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 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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00164
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE INLET TIDES

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High Low Rain
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t. fan. 18 1:10: am 9:07 am Jan. 9 75 88 _
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4:01: pm 9:52: pm Jan. 12 71 88 I.U

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4:3: pm 11:09: pm s wa.a wuwwuce Jan. 14 III 40 _
Rain for Month . .. 918
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___ new Industry which intendsto and airplane parts at its new I will go later into productionof produced by the millions\ in 36
rli4 _____ .- employ 79 skilled and semi base at Venice Municipal Airport the four.passenger Ambas different sizes, electric cable
1 vk M'd'ir skilled workers when it reaches sadeur executive aircraft for for marine use, steering cable
full production begins movingto The Olson Company has Jodel American. and starting ropes for out-
t Venice today contracted t* manufacture jigs Plane Parts! boards, all of which have a
It is the Olson Company and other fixtures for Jodel) Olson said he also would continue worldwide market.
which has produced marine American Air Craft
Corp,
production here of plastic Olson said his engineering
fixtures at Sarasota-Bradenton based at
municipal airport.
aircraft canopies, which he department would start moving
Airport and is expanding to include Willard Olson said
president,
recently started in Sarasota to Venice today and would be
1' r1sMt'r] manufacture of airplanesHut234 yesterday his company also He said these canopies are for housed in part of the hangar

., such aircraft as the P.51 fighters occupied by Jodel American
P} 1 tl+a ra of World War II which are He added that he expectedto :
KMI being converted by Trans-Flor be in full production within
ida Aviation Corp. in Sarasota six months or as soon M space
into executive-type planes and is available through rental of
-L i iel also] are being rebuilt and refurbished existing buildings and construction : .
:
for use by air forcesof of new ones.
In First ParadeDespite Latin American nations. City council Tuesday night
Olson, originally: from Michigan authorized Jodel! American to
has been operating for 12 sublease part of its space to
threatening weather cadet officers are chosen from years at Sarasota.Bradenton I Olson and also approved leasing -
a crowd of more than 2,000 the senior class and this year Airport turning out marine products the airport building formerly -
turned out Sunday afternoonfor those winning the coveted honors which he will continue to ] occupied by Wynn Warren
the Kentucky Military Institute are: Capt. Scott P. Ber- produce here. Construction Co to the Olson
Cadet first full dress dine, of Leesburg, Fla, Band These include outboard motor Company The latter buildingis
l y parade of the winter season on Co; Captain John L. Waller shear pins a propeller safety to be used for storage purposes -

.... the Veterans Memorial Park of Atlanta, Ga.. Co. A.; Capt. device which have been .
parade grounds Gordon R Jolly of Sherdeen,
D,IKE THE WHALE SWALLOWED JONAH In one big annual season, the circus headed for Miami and its official As usual, Sunday afternoon's Ohio, Co. B; Capt. Robert P.
tu'p t :V double length tunnel car seems here to be devouring opening today after completing rehearsals at its winter Hulbert of Straudsberg, Pa,
colorful event followed the traditional VACC Head
pi .d truck. the Ringlmg Bros Barnus & Bailey Circus home in Venice (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) KMI pattern with the Co. C; and Capt. James D. Rohlwing ;
krer red for its departure Monday Setting out on its 94th Adjustant's call at 3:50: pm. Frederick of While Oak, Ky., I

followed by the lowering of the Co D
American flag to the strains In addition to Maj) Keeton,
Heads Council of the National Anthem and the other members of the Installation Saturday
aymond Again City
; opening remarks of Col Charles !Headquarter! Company are::
E. Hodgin commandant of capt. James A Brice 01 -
the Lyndon Ky school Owensboro, Ky., Executive Harvey G. Rohlwing, build are available but reservations
After extending a welcometo Officer; First Lt. James L. ing contractor and owner of should be made at once at the
Committees For Year Are Named the crowd that lined the parade Crissey of Lewistown Ill, Bat- Venice Beach Apartments was chamber office he said
grounds on three sides talion Adjutant: and First Lt. elected 1964 President of the Refinanced
Col! Hodgin recalled that KMI James P. Webb Jr.. of Louisville Venice Area Chamber of Com- Kell)Building'r also announced the

I E!: S, (Bill) Raymond Is 'mond' and Hogan explaininghe purposes both the lease and the mobile home zoning classification had been coming to Venice for Ky., Operations and Sup merce Monday night at the orgamzational signatures of 37 chamber
e- ,I b, nt of Venice City Coun felt precedent should be sub-lease to run through the winter season for more ply Officer. meeting of the (Continued on page 2)
t r 1964. I followed in having the senior August when the Olson and I a dedication of than 30 years He added that I new directors Rohlwing succeeds ----
elected hislow member serve as Jodel American Approved a the three months spent here Frank E. Sovereign, wit
| R { nl<:nd> was by president. leases will be of for \Weather
right way extension of Longjohn
council at I have become an importantpart re director Record Traffic
l members; Raymond announced the fol negotiated I Airport Avenue to intersect nrda I
I night. first official of the cadets' school J. Ewing, of Mission '
n
"y lowing standing committee assignments
with the
| e Placed on permanent status existing right of way
Valley Estates
n ""f the year. lie sue year. was re-
: two city employes who lof the Caspersen access road. "As usual today's full dress Frosts AreaVenice elected first vice president;
Mj Mrs, Blanche J. Celli(. I Up
\:|C''UI1C Iman Dr John R I Mrs. Celli: Trailer Park, have completed a six months I This action was requested by parade is dedicated to the Cityof Earle L. Kilton, of Nokomis Counted On Trail
Parka and Recreation Streets; the West Coast Inland Naviga- "
probationary period They are Venice he added. second vice president: Larry
chalMiyor
who
unsucessfully -
g D l Hogan: Beach New Projects, Steve Simon, fireman, and tion District He then introduced Mayor put on its heaviest Rhodes president Radio Station -
l iced rd in last month'Smyth. mayoral Brol !' Paving, Anderson: Airport; Gaylord George, water depart a Set 2 p.m next Tuesday as Smyth D. Brohard who re overcoat this week in an at- WAMR, secretary; and Weekend
((1'Oil was chosen president 'street Lighting; Raymond: ment employe the time for a joint meeting plied. "It is again my happy tempt to keep from freezing. Ralph Wolfer, president of During
Agenda, City Business Sewer a Authorized employment of with the Municipal Water privilege to welcome the KMI! The city was covered with Wolfer Motors Inc., treasurer.
ohm.The 'I Raymond said appointmentof George E Wilkins as night Board to consider protests to their 32nd annual visit andI shrouded shrubs and trees All officer. will be installed By police count traffic hit
a city judge and city prose radio dispatcher at $1.37 an from cooperative apartment trust the school will spend Tuesday night as citizens attempted Saturday night at the annual an all-time high through Venince -
first official 1964 ss- cutor would be made at next hour to replace Don Knuckles, owners on water rates. their winter season with us for to protect their greenery ACC banquet at the Early on Tamiami Trail (U.S.
Ion of city council played I Tuesday's meeting resigned. In other actions, the city: the next 32 years. We are glad: from the fatal freeze suf.fered Wynn's Steak House. Execu- 4last) Friday and Saturday. sf
o an empty house. Writ almost I| Council took the following e Authorized a wine and I Approved a replattmg of to have you and. hope we can last winter. Official tive Director C. A. (Nick) Kel- Those were the two days on
temperature readings registered which Bros Barnum
action at Tuesday night a cession make your visit a pleasant ler announced a few more Ringling
beer license for on premise a portion of block 25 in the one." a low of 30 degrees dur tickets for the and Bailey Circus held its final
at
$4
At the start of the S p.mfsslon I : consumption at the new restaurant Gulf View Section at the request Led by the 45-pIece KMI ing the night while unofficial banquet dress rehearsals to which
Tuesday the audlI I I I a ApprovedC sublease by at the Rmgling circus I of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. band, under the direction of readings at 11 p.m. were 26 in the public was admitted free-
nee consisted of three city Jodel American Aircraft Corp. auditorium after holding a I Giles property owners Capt. Thomas Holowitz, all some areas. It was still around Magee Hospital before leaving for Miami and
mployes there to make re- to the Olson Co of SarasotaInc public hearing on the application -i e Awarded a contract to National four cadet companies were 30 degrees by 8 a.m. yesterday the start of its 1964 season
rts and two Individuals! ? of a portion of the space I Cash Register Company greeted by spontaneous apeplause Head 10th Time Traffic was backed up
eekln* a beer and wine IImse in the main hangar at municipal final Service stations both
for for
e Passed on reading $109 maintenance of a from the audience as reported a bumper-to-bumper morn-
for the new restaurant I It airport. ordinance No. 374 amending I city office machine. they passed. run on antifreeze Tuesday Christopher Magee has been ings from the turn-off to the

t the circus auditorium. |'I a Approved lease of the west I the code of ordinances to placea I Traded Lot 21. Block 202, As usual all commanding and yesterday and a spot- named by the Venice Hospital circus grounds to beyond Nokomis
hree newsmen were at the nose hangar at $150 to the newly.annexed 29-acre area for Lot 6. Block 208, owned by c h ec k rev sal a d no frozen ra die: Board to head the hospital affairs on the north," Chief
reM table, Olson Company for storage I east of East Gate Terrace in ''Kenny Norwood, to extend city ators in the area yesterday i for 1964. This will be his John Shoi'key reported
When the two seeking the property on Seaboard Avenueby Snowed In; It's Hank's Cities Service Station, 10th term as "We had to close the circus
J crme jot what they want- | I 50 feet. which remains open all night, president auditorium at 9:15: Friday whenit
p d. they departed Later on Cold There TooThis reported that 13 cases of antifreeze !- Other officers was filled to Its 5.000 capacity
1 the session a l lone 5peCI I Cops Logged Plus Miles' a Directed that trees and were sold there through elected at the It was closed at 9 am. Saturday
ilor, who didn't have any I shrubs along 10 unsafe inter- week's frigid weather Tuesday night and that sup- board meeting There must have been
minem |In hand before the I sections be removed as recommended and 25 000
accompanied by blizzards plies were running low Indications Monday night I between 20,000 people
"until, strolled In, I The Venice Police Department There were a total- of 109 cases by police Chief John throughout much of the eastern were however from are Col D R trying to !get in to see the r
"When we're doing thingstult 't three cruisers piled up of vandalism and stolen property Shockey. part of the nation forced this and other stations, that Van Sickler and circus each day,"
., them the people stay enough mileage to more than reported to police the Samuel Scala family of late-comers would be able to Roy Leach, Shockey said he counted
t home," quipped Mayor twice circle the globe in patrolling Telephone calls received Long Island] to postpone their protect their radiators shouldthe vice presidents; 1 1.000 automobiles moving
myth I). Brohard "\\hen the city in 1963, Chief from within the city numbered Beachcomber Sold free vacation trip to Venice. temperatures drop again George Wheeler north alone in the one hour between
i don't, they turn out In John Shockey reported Tuesdayto 13.578 and from within the Scheduled to arrive here below freezing. Jr. secretary 2:30 and 3:30: Friday afternoon
roves." city council.In county 1,780.Complaints. To ClevelanderThe Monday, the Scalar remainedat Smudge pots were placed In and Frank Rae- This, he added, thedue
__....__
Venice Gardens Tuesday night .u in to the heavy seasonal
Shock the airport in New York for -- bum, part
his report answered totalled
year-end
H"- of 283 miles two: days before calling it'quits' to protect the vegetation there I Magee One of 'h'etarllest traffic and not altogether\
said total 61.
a
nd, a veteran mem- ey He 1,030. Beachcomber on Golden and returning to their No shortage of heating supplies annual meetings! of the to the circus crowds becausethe
r i r mcil served as presi-, were recorded in patrolling The police Issued 225: correction Beach has been sold by War- home. were reported although hospital group with 75 mem- circus did not let out until
"f the<< body twice also gave the following totals: tickets and 213 summonsesfor ren S. Henderson to Harold W
The family won the all-ex- suppliers of fireplace wood bers present, preceeded the more than an hour later.
:::1 1 and 1962. bt'fore'l I0 Vandalism and stolen property improper parking Martell of Cleveland, Ohio. A x-nse paid trip here in a contest were kept busy all this week. board meeting and reelectedfor When the circus let out we
!! '> Anderson, new mem- totalling $13.268.50, of They investigated 123 traffic 'deed transfer listed the sale sponsored jointly by VenIce Gas supplies were adequateand three.year terms board got so busy we had to quit
r' X f mcil: nominated Ray which $5,140 was recovered accidents which resulted in price at $60,000. Junior Chamber of Commerce Florida Power and Light members Robert S. Baynard, ',: counting Shockey added.
-- total damage of 34829. The two-story, nine unit and Swezey and Newins 2o. reported the load on the Marion Braswell, Mrs Burnam I "That's when a real grade \
Cases taken to city court to apartment motel will continue department Store, PachogueN lines was no greater than expected Jones Roy Leach Christopher traffic jam developed.
talled 250 and fines and forfeitures under management of Mrs. Y, Magee and Earl Rawles. "There were cars from
amounted to 3048. Thelma Smith until the Mar- According to Ray Van Or. Meantime Venet' took John Maddin of Manasota everywhere in the United
The city jail had 268 guests tells arrive this spring at the dale, president of the Jaycees cold comfort in the standard I Key was elected to fill the un- States Some come from as far
prisoners and sleepers-during end of the present school termto the vacation is now planned greeting "I think 111\ move expired term of Cecil Duff. : away as Dad County (Miami)
i I the year take over tentatively for Easter week south" Stevens, who resigned to see the circus "



Bank Promotes Payne; Adds Vice President Two Directors m

-

The First National Bank of

Venice promoted one of its top v .
officers, added a vice-president y.WILLIAM
and elected two new membersto a
its board of directors Mon-
M,
day.The a
board elevated William y. w + +
C. Payne from executive vice
president to president and H
*rct
N. (Bud) Wimmers was nameda eI t

vice president s,
George E Youngberg con.tinueR
as chairman of the
board and Merle L. Graser as
vice president and cashier I t

ry'M This action by the board followed i .p ,
I
the annual stockholders
meeting at which E. G. (Dan)
Boone and William G. L. Loeff-
ler were elected to the board.
The two additions were to fill -'-'-- ..,, ._ --....,-... .

,: one vacancy caused by the decision O E. YOUNGBERG SR. C. PAYNE n N. WIMMERS: E. BOONE WILLIAM G. LOEFFLER
sArUB .f William R Littrell not
to seek re-election and to fill Wis, and graduated from the Realty Co.) on the union's sales manager of Penn.Dixie Millwork &: Supply Co., from County Planning and Zoning
the other post created when the University of Wisconsin In Venice development.When Cement Corp of New York 1950 to 1960. Commission and a past-president

FOR CIGS1 You can tell from the way Mrs WilHam) stockholders voted to Increase 1914 with a B. S. degree in the BLE decided to City. Ex-Mayor of the Venice-Nokomis
West, 318 East Aurora /holds the pipe she doesn't smoke the board membership from 11 engineering.He have its own engineering de In 1948 Youngberg returnedto Active In civic governmentalaffairs Rotary Club.
ne. She doean.t smoke cigarettes either. But she makes a to 12. came to Florida in 1925as partment Youngberg was placed Venice to operate his own I he served as mayor of The Youngbergs have a
ratty subject to demonstrate what the gals may be coming Started With BIB chief engineer for Southern in charge, and remained in building construction business Venice in 1952-1954 and in the home In White Cap Apartments
''I if they take the advice of the federal commission which Youngberg was the bank's Construction Engineers of that capacity until the BLE his Florida Legislature from 1954 .
'.armed against cigarette smoking. The pipe It belongs to first president when it openedlast Sarasota the Initial firm employed abandoned Its Venice project. and In 1959 began devoting I t" 1958. Operating Head
hotographer Bob Obp.ndorf and came from the Isle of Csprh I March by the Brotherhood of For the next 19 years he time to land development Heal Youngberg also Is a former Payne First National's opt *
!la doesn't smoke either Ht was born in LaCrose Locomotive Cnguwws (BLE was sales engineer and district, *o WM president of VetUct: chairman at the Sarasota Continued on yap )


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THURSDAY :JANUARY Tj
hI!
THE VEN C EGO N DO.. E It

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we bank + n a --
.
to getting
Births HOSPITAL REPORT ROHLWING BANK PROMOTES H. Is a graduate of the Urn Lyceum Denet
with B. A.I
Obituaries Florida
of
AMUMIOfttI (Catiaed froaa fit. limember Coatiaaed .treat page 1)eralmf ) I Lenity I
TS.Kn. .. ... 1'., It r.- I I j' and L. L. B. degree
Venice
Oar 1.... ra... .r t... .w. I a nfc> blw b..lr.Mr .< bad bees ecvred ascoiitTDen bead since it opened Before moving to Slated Tonight
I. ? GEORGE: r. 0000Ceor ; n.or.rSCEI."BE Dar Aa.- J. ,- Xa- !had eitestne experience inaankang law In Lake
w' toaa1Q. aatf... aDd the Fits Boone practiced
:: = .61. : r.lew. Twat Lae a.
I
... ,
ail. L .
..... I ){ M. JUche. VIot d.. Urea Mr..di.a.n I a.a banal Bank of Venice bad re- a Florida before coming CUT and Oalnevill H was
Florence
r.rts
.a.awe i .N
Old
q; *e R Of.Pod 15 of .. 1- -.. I : I and reH- :
last 111., Lecturer-photographer
to Venice year. LaSalle,
Jr.1 financed the JUMO mortgageion In A1V
_. bOna
.1 Road died Tu ri-
Black bunt .. a sea
.. ; Road. d edMonday a- -
... Venice Osprey
eat-iKpL a arl.m. : I JJTbe! re co-rinf' to Seth and Knoxville Wolff wll: present hu
.
e, .. :...... day at Venice Ho prta' T < .wmuw i. the ctar-.ber bwJiiiafI ed In Chicago 1 feature 1
!Mratol. caraasrent
td.w.z w e-" t
.
-
tn.ai eat ,- :,. of Xt .., \s- t. I.. i I The sew director: were fur .ct tie wis xecj.ie vcewxtjdem : Tenn length film on "R.', ft;
.. : me. Sfc? .a. i r.i-.ve A.- ,.U h.. ...... ..atre.M i 1
.,
abaTra'... ... Y.. n- r. '..em N J ...->4 ..1H.e d J' B. .r.w ..... an. la.r. 'V.j.vd a uncial ,natentz.! << the M.rathon Hall of FameAt land" at Gulf Th 'cr todj
'
Hf 11.' a :tt-:eC V.TA'HIj. : arw for the eadaif Slate Banc of Marathon. a at S .m.. under the
:T bon... t A s tor. N J So* came here three 1-.1,111- os I o< the VACC year was p spy
v.-. can her IT :H$ frosr: 1- To.w.'a. I\ Dec 01! 1.O Ihcow x( ti>e yK be bad held snore Ittt the university Bane/ > ship of Venice Lyceum fiat i
5r ;r.'L Hi birtapiace year ago 1/. W AM I...... ass..no. .. .'chamber I fuuahed the rear at' Before that he was assistant elected to the University lull crt Optimist dub of &belli
.''as Hudun. )I.. i I I. supervisor.A retired Mis telephone lUctae company mass' (.ab. te..t GIn raw+ _1.. --.1-- I I tf>e Mack with a cull balance I cashier and cathier' of the of rime and a member of Blue ;t By.

ELFERDINK'SLq.idtt'on 3 _r"- V"'1 -nr.ude two dribs- member ot Hewed Telephone =- :: =:: a.c:: I Fast National Bank of Homestead Key top campus honorary soI Wolff I I. visiting in Vem,
.... Marc I 'dent' aDd cashier He wa* student orientation "
V... Ida Oegoad of Pioiian ..,.... She .u iMtetneat also rerealed I *ioepeu ciety. with longtime friends, Mr.
; ConC-met .,' 'l" ktd !Mr*. Benjamin too member of the AJtarSociety ..... (,0_ wQtMMLahr. -r aaoeu of m 74S and of tile Pre American Bank chairman two year, ;i Mr*. Warren Kennedy of III!
Iet1.- I
Up Te 49' D' coj"t :- ,.is 9< Sarasota: two of Catholic Cburcb ot Ierra c.V rse_a rtalr.lii.Y total 1 liabilit of flUI'! lose f of Miami! wke.-p< a1deat of the chairman: of Homecoming hi* i Venice through Saturday Sautl 1rIuIt
'..- and oae twm" aN/ of 114.1.13! Miami Read Firm NationalBank senior year. !
l BUSINESS I PROPERTYFOR r' < great- the Epiphany. ro it a.snm mr aet amen showing the film in aew'l!
.-' SALE 1.1_ ............ mm- hews Florida Wet Coast citi,. Nn
: _'..< ...n'.c..,> were heidi Mrs Anna Beirae of Moat J ow". v...... I..Na 0. -+ a 14 budge dhovtoca cashier of tilt First National 'lag ROTC cadet and served ..1 Wolff accompanied hjra'
n'. .i-: Rt 11..e* FjoeraJ Arlington N J raw -.1.... \- v.. I total estimated income of BaaJc of Melbourne cadet colonel of the corps. Florida although she e,
usu..
ELFERDINK'SCwey '; Cpi ."- The! JUt ServicM will be m BWwior< 3*teem. u. ra.AM.Dart Mh. at.a..a taat r ... r..fiU-M sad u!*al: ezaeaan ofy Payne wa born in Dotban While practicing in Lake remains at the family horn;
Far! :de '. T"P6rpanor of with burial m Oak of HeavenCemetery. s_ web ,,_. son 1L r.nw J ,1..35011. y: \Ja. attaaded the Oiuversity City be war elected secretary I Wilmette III. while her l
.
.30 to 5 S+n 10 SH "' .> -:." O._!- y- Hanover N J 10. -.-..... 'e.1..tat6 rwd r _K.a.dMa -1 Tie expenie budget fur lest of Alabama sad served IB the ofh, Florida Junior Chamber band is on tour. tux
1 9 .. '" .:. G...! Kir'ejr Funera: Home was ..aof rai,, ..- y- ae.. aaJ.s.. It K41S under _..u.--! wadaeta.Ih J C S Air Force in World War I of Commerce In 19M and| be
L !S. local __. tar 1sJr although I n At tile mivenitr be wa outstanding Jay-j Tickets may purchased r.
....:a -! F.I. ct.rge arrangement Ka.wi., *pent m i mi.tfcere 1 received the
1 tlawl w_T Joedm Kan sum.aw bJ been aa erumaMdi a member of Delta Kappa cee State Chairman' awardfor the Gulf Theater box ottn.
Maw c a. Lama a. w.a5. increase i in total nlane of atlas trateraity.He the 1953. ( which will open at 7 p m ft
year
; ;
ALICE B. CILSOXMrs Twt. = he's. Mam5w. $l.3M for IMi.Salary. I has Oren tMUiiiiaerit EP'I of; of the theater for the Lieu
raw.Issas founders
-
allraw.awe 1ve6 He is one of the is donated
being
a.r I b.ntuia1 affairs m the series by Ibo
.Vie 8. CLWI S5 "fl L Goa.Maur. p- Radpet the Lake Venice Golf Aimn
erred management.
1' i s _. .. Read Laurel. died Su.v.i -I.hd.aM.W.. = awls ta fart the ]IfIH salary hasmg o as past "" was chairman of the $100.000
I dent of the Miami Chapter. Ticket and resen
I
.:> vtice Hospital I v- I budget of 110440 appears rot Expansion Fund Drive of Yen1iceNokomis a'yumay
( I
Americaa lartitute of Bankkkg also be obtained
TO PEOPLE I lfGu wa came to Laurel: I 4KUKJI: be the biggest Item in the total]//l : Methodist Church fret
.X: fern Woodstock. Vt ] : pas president of tbeFianda I of the Frank Bemm head of :trot i,,
FROM THE / I : iMTwt 'it Ye.W expeftse budget of faJMTii ) -! Confereac National |currently is chairman ;. or '
1'a- project members
Hrinpiace mu Lebantn ; P.m ae ) .h.r.r tecfede a W 111 yearly:i Stewardship and Finance Commission -: ceum (
and
Are 01'" Auditors Club.
ta.an .sow the Optimiit
., NORTHERN N H : .. -s5.arw ,- W r.aJafoe- the executive tree-] of Grace Methodist
I J. P
tile
aid of GreaterMaarna
Oamptrolierf -
AREAS a'a member .f 4JiOr3 ., Tma t'a- tor: (3.030: !or secretary Aj: j Church to which he transfer-1 I Individual tickets *-, sato
a4o : er erf Eastern Star .nd the ..._ .-'L Pa.ady, l-w..r x+1..1.dhw. 11.38: ear tecreurr B: and 1 deaneg House \ red membership three year adults and $129 IT ce
I: Ve-Jiodict Church in t.a.Doft. W.aa ._. a.ae R40 far dent Ticket may be
.-. T. soditicg ecpecte. Ls''] served : go. I I pc
Pays ate has on ,
S_"-nvor include her h I't- .... -- the' chased in of
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I oditfoo there wffl be day Boone and his wile, group sx It|
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Lis Jeffery
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Peterson' of Lebanon 0.a rnaw -. ]r a cumber of pioJeciyoss !Jj 4. live at (30 South or the five remaining cam
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Jo e* v V ot to tee et peop'e ten I' Riwlet) Fjnertl, Home was J.._ r...... -. ha.Y for IW4 aad from th member. series preientations.
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come to a be.*et BrvC'et'lftoirj by CO"nl9; t. 'n in Post; in charge of arrarcemer.u tie is a deacon of VetuceNokonus -
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rraagS'4e'i money I .,h... ..... ....- Its let vi3 cotr.pCe a ftrst
Tw w: J 4n and a member of the fcwani
Fc of ...il>d. ( VmS Katy for preteiution at 'At Iamal:
Nokomis Sets Tav D..w 1mrh..d EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
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FUNERAL HOME A s < ..d I find 11. .._.. J.uM..Pha. I LoeffJer. one of the betj or ceramic into beautiful lampt.Rtvifg .
The cupper .._.J begin 'I 1-. aer s adgelt.r '' ALLEN known r"er. in the 1ta!.>(Ift'* .!
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JANUARY Id. 1964
THE VENICE GONDOLIER PAGE THREE
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.VAAISetsMondavMeeti Nokomis just In front of the library room taken some time off from the
-gI ? NettingsBy and will always be a Living. stress of business and the cold
quarterly meeting of the week. Tree, of Springfield Maas. to spend
of director of Venice BERTHA PERKINS -o- the time at his horny on Magnolia -
Activities Inc will be AH directors. are urged to at. Phone 481-IO&S P O. Boa 185, Nokomis One of our Nokomis boys we Street. I I
ITbe Monday at Venice ''High I tend as Important matters will are proud of is Walter F. Zeig ___
Well a belated New Year's greeting to from her, of Venice ,
at 7:30: p m Ken Breed. be discussed, Breeding laid In you me graduate High Mr and Mrs Less Bubb of
who went up north and learned the of the .
announced this meaning word snow 1962, who is SOS 3 on the
his Patchogue, N. Y who have
announcement_ ,% bound Truly, I was stuck up on top of a hill completely surrounded Nathan Hale, based at New
_. ...- ._ by that beautiful while stuff I grant it's lovely to lookat London, Conn Son of Mr and often visited Mrs Carrie Swez-. ] I
moved down
but oh. my, after days of looking. when nobody can come Mrs John R Zeigler, Bay ey, have now. permanently a
un'", and nobod y g o d own I Point Avenue, Walter is enjoying
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out SOS
I Fortunately we plenty to his furlough, with family
I eat and drink dh;heard talk: -0- and friends An older brother, Miss Priscilla Squire spent
'lot 800 Eloise and Ronald Mitchel and his the weekend with friends in ri
HTHNSIH6SINGING l I gallons of oil, enough to Hagood Zeigler wife
had their I +
I warm all of Florida, I do be. problems but theirchildren came over from Jacksonville to Plant City .
; 'Bays had a wonderful 1 tune join the family over the week. -0- i
I GOSPEl ) i YOU'LL ENJOY : We played gin rummy until playing the snow, end Mr, and Mis Ward S May of
-0- Terra Alta, W Va., are spending -
I I I we ran out of nit klea, end Mrs Ralph S. (Marguerite) Mr. William- Kohl- of Pough- the winter at the Orange
SUNDAY NITE 7:30: P.M. scrabble until we were out of Hudson, Blackburn Road RFD Apartments
Y., is house
words and the keepsie, N. the :
fed sad little
I'{ I 2, Nokomis, is in Sarasota Memorial I ---
guest of Mr and Mrs. Alfred
birds
on the window sills.
Calvary Reformed Church I I saw a White Christmas and So a, Hospital where she recently Bahret, Nokomis East. Mrs Harlie L Brandt, Padua ast
White underwent major surgery -o--. I Court, spent the holidays in
1602 Banyan Dr, Venice Garden.MEN'S I again for New: this Years little too ole' Cracker Never- We are happy to repot A delightful couple we have North Carolina visiting. her
she is showing improvement daughter and son in law Dr
residents Mr and
next time as new are
Ill
QUARTETVENICE go in Augusto and extend to her our best Mrs. James W. Whyte. The and Mrs John Prevette and
I -o- wishes for speedy their delightful children
NOKOMIS METHODIST CHURCH a recoveryand Whytes have moved into a new
am not the only who
one an early return home
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Inspiring Singing Organ, Piano, Outs+ending Music, had troubles, Mrs, Thelma Curly -,I here home on from Renoir Brilliant Drive,, (coming Ohio, Recent guests at the Hi u

Hymns Choruses Soloist Eniamble Nokomis School lunch room Other news at school li that where Mr Whyte retired from Frosts were Mr and Mrs Anthony
I
EVERYONE WELCOME man '!er. went to Alabama to the living true pit' fired in the the Ohio Power Co. Mrs White Leenhouta. from Ontario t
!* her new granddaughter. ( Chri She, too, stuck and had .
got
to h' no\' been plnnled I School in which she had been I -o--
caching Mrs Whyte I 11 a Zeta Mrs Sadie Pinkney has re
Tau Alpha while Mr. \Miytes turned home ,after> spending the y syj
hobby is photo'i onhy, having holidays with he. son and family rt4
iM'4cw' exhibited in P.S A. We welcome Webster. N Y e
Me them and feel (certain -0 .
I ad that they will find congenial Mr and Mrs Bas) Giard >f tee i
friends and Interests Michigan, spent the holiday
-o- with her parents Mr and Mrs
I Another couple we are haopy Gus Terra of Nokomis Acres i
to welcome are Mr and Mrs, -0--
rt l tt I F Virgil. Welf-h, South Shore The Thomas M Wrede Si
I Drive They lived in Upoer family seem to ha\<. had quit
/\ ,. .. i Montclair N J where Mr. a gathering here. St Petersburg .
i iI I \\', Ich was assiilnnt regional Lakeland and f"alat, \
""ommJS loner of alcoholic tobacco Brandon At the home of Mi. .
1 I tax, internal revenue and Mrs David Merlin gathered FIRST ENTRIES IN %HL: to..a.:1i .;., Area V..jne:
The hobbies are fishing and the families of Hancock Fire Dtpartmeat Mi. F nn'):\If re A : Mu i Ie Di ver
| boating, and of course. our McDonalds, Strickland j I ,
16 left and M..uIJ'D E. :i' .; ii Mist Oi er I irewith .
wonderful Florida climate Dukes, Stones Peters Mont
1 .t. .1 j gomer and Wiedes seniors! her patents Mr and Mi i.J'lIl': ]," Onvei Arro\. head

? Road, South Venue She is five reel lour Inches in height,
tt = == Mr Edgar De Mover has and juniors Quite a gathering(
// M to cement family bonds of love weighs 145, and her measurements are 302638. She has

rlPgeu. a. .,. f fj IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIiIIIliiilillIuhIIllihWATCH and friendship I brown hair and green e>'es. Miss Clark is five feet one-half
-oDon't -
1 Vol. inch tall weighs 104, and her measurements are 34.23-33. She
fail to support our
:j '- l FOR unteer Fire Department Minstrel t lives with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Pfannkuch, Piedmont .

: Show coming up soon. Did Road, South Venice She has auburn hair and brown
i. VENICE you know that two of the end 'I eyes The contest will be judged during the department'sregular
men Joe Carney known as
I Feb 3 at 7:30 Venice Gardens
PARADEof meeting on : p m In
Hastus. and Ed Warner, known :
,as; as Oleo have been with the'' Recreation Center. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
group for 13 years' George
V Devlin has also been there
m HOMES
mnce the beginning Pretty I
ry .', faithful, t would say
:= ri YEAR
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i \I ANNIVERSARY I
t Ethiopia embraced the Copic -
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:5 form of ChriJtmnitv. in 330.I I
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'{ f..l: Duplicate pinochle weekly resume Tuesday, Jan. 21, and

and tournaments will I will be held every Tuesday
Chevrolet's new low-cost quality ( JAN. @FJ&6 lesions --- thereafter during the season

.+*.. *** twee delivery truck! I from Dam until noon at th.
Civic Center
111Ii J'W.CheotJVM-OW..ecOC'lomJ' and out. Certain sections I
are treated with
high rint
delwtylnlct. iiJ' *"*"* :** The program is open to all
t content primers; others with an alumlnumwa inochle players in Venice and
4U bae low prtwi tea; over 40 sq ft of npletery preservative MAS LA liD'S ALL WOOL WILTONS : mr round.ing localities both
naabto fM floor 7H ft.
the
long engine up front and The windshield Is a big flat practical icn and women
lot ol quality fa"**** wMcti make It a better buy. The big 90-hp cylinder standard engine one-piece(Is more unit REDUCED FROM 1995 SQ YD. \ I Tournament director Bernard .
The body and foe>ra -ftoor a,. welded together. The 9altlla Freedman points out that
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powerful than some 6s, yet ,Is remarkably/ economical, Gorgeous, Deep-Scroll Patterns
r truck h s4aoag, gjd statto. Door see double.wallcortslrMrtJoii.v if need pinochle players will have no
.. you more power CheV1'Van offers a 120-hp six
**-**:* --- IN GOLD, BEIGE OR C"lMO difficulty in acquiring the
at extra cost. Side doors and rear windows SURF GREEN. Dfiw 'know how" of
duplicate

,Chevy-Van d ooffoelon.bos wwimf wtntanc* to rustm ...'/61::, ,d also cosle.lra. II Further information pinochle can

Elpedelly vulnerable area Last but not least, It's a Chevrobt Which 1is be obtained from Freedman at
such ee front
k tepwaN are galvanized. snorer seas means that it Is built to work for you a log 488-5144
Sealers.are med at_aN.critical Jo t* inside amass cesruur time at minimum cost. iijlJiD.CENTER.i i 4
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roar ejbouf Chevy-Van or any !type of trudl with '

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I J. W. MOORE Election Today,

DUNCAN CHEVROLET" 264! So. Trail in Venice 488.2198 I PLUMBING CO. Venice Chapter 248, Order of

BROADLOOMS RUGS CARPETSSee I Harbor lights On The Trail Eastern Star will elect 1964
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THE VENICE GONDOLIER I 'AGE FIVE
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Magicians Form I' Hammonds New PresidentOf ., '


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Casey Key Association S&H
Society HereThe
I J Walter Hammonds was to the .elfar* of the Key. ,
I elected president of the Casey Under the presidency of Pat. GREEN STAMPS h I
latest addition to the day of each month in the Com. Key Protective Alan during ton the association reached a ,
long list of clubs in Venice Is munity Room of the First Fed the organization's annual meeting record membership of 177 \ r '.. \ ',
a different type of organizatIOn eral Savings It Loan Awn last Monday at Cardinal ,
the Circus Villa-Nokomis, attended 90
known u City in Venice. The next by
Assembly of the Society of will be held Jan. 27 when meeting consideration residents of the key Kiwanis THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
American Magicians. ( will be given to the Others elected were Richard Hearing I
It was formed recently by an organization of a junior as H Moeller, vice-president,
Initial group of men who believe sembly. and Frank J Mayer, secre RESTAURANT T-BONE SHRIMP BAKED th,
is sufficient interestin
there tary-treasurer. Named to the Tests StartedThe
legerdemain to warrant such board of directors were Ham.
an organization in this area. Bullis monde, Mueller, Mayer, EricC. CREOLE
They are: The Rev Byron P. Reviews Erickion, John I, Snyder, annual Kiwanis Club STEAK OVER RICE LAMB CH oP87t
Richardson of Englewood, president George Cummings, Herman hearing tests for South County SPECIALS
( William Morgan of Venice Myers, John H. Grier and M. school children have started at
vice-president, Robert B. Life In Russia K, Patton Venice Elementary School with 77t R2Nta
Eldredge of Nokomis, seers.tary The association Is composed Bruce Hudson In charge, as.noted
and treasurer The Rev, of residents of Casey Key for by a number of Kiwanlans -

C Orra Lemert C. Lemert of Englewood and Millard; Harold Before RotaryMembers the toning purpose ordinances of and maintaining in general Tuesday, the Kiwanis Club '
of Nokomis, Or COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNER
T. Hayes protecting the property will move the three electric 99( .
J. Mogford, C Edwin .
Harry of the Venice-No- rights and values of the Immediate audiometers to Venice High .
Housh, William L. Glenzing komis Rotary Club were givenan area. School Wednesday to the Venice
and John Johnston of Venice. excellent view of life in Among the accomplishments Junior; High School; Thurs ..,..___-...............rwI_ _.7___ _-._ .._"_ f T'i 'jf't""" s '
Morgan has been a professional Moscow and Leningrad by Dr of the day to
association Englewood Elementary
in 1M3, un
performer for many Kenneth L. Bullis Thursday der the leadership of School and Epiphany School; REX
and past-pres ALL CUT THE COST OF LIVING SALE
)'cir In Ohio was a close noon at the club's luncheon ident M K. Patton, was the and Friday to the Nokomis and
friend of the famous Houdini meeting in the Early Wynn Initiation of Osprey Elementary Schools.
a study ol the Red
The Lemert brothers Mr. Steak House Tide problem by county, atat.eand These hearing tests have LAST Ll\ST\
Richardson have and had Eldredge considerable! and Dr Bullis, a winter visitor in federal governments, en. been a project of the Venice MAN I ITEMS /2 PRICE
Hayes Englewood, is a retired educa couragement of construction of Kiwanis Club for many years
experience on stage Most of tor having served on the faculty the pontoon bridge and maintenance and in cooperation with the DAYS DAYS
these men are and have been of the University of Massachusetts thereof and various school officials over 1,300 child COME IN FOR YOUR FREE CIRCULAR
of other assembliesand
members for 31 years in the other projects directly related ren are expected to be tested
of the International Brotherhood
department of pathology He this year
of Magicians made the trip behind the Iron All children in the ..unl"adM RUBBER TIPPED BLUE ORAL GEL '
is
Circus City
The Assembly Curtain last summer as part of CHllnREN'S
are given the testa no
of the Hospital Okays
the only assembly Society American
of American Magicians on sons an and brought tour back of 11 many per. that covered each two years all pupilsare BOB B B Y R RUB BIN I G
Coast of Florida.
the West Iting color slides of the places VISIt.ea. ANTISEPTIC ASPIRIN I
ex t e ride the privilege of twcom_ Credit Card UseVenice The results of each child's
charter members until Ffb: Some of the things that impressed test are given to the school

24 to any one sincerely! and seriously the professor was the principal. They in turn release P INS MOUTHWASH ALCOHOL 100 TAB
interested in advancingthe cleanliness speed and attractiveness hospital hM joined a them to professional nurseswho AND GARGLE
cause of magic. of the Russian subways guaranteed hospital in-patient each year give further 59c
The assembly will meet at and the absence of bicycles account program sponsored by tests to about 10 per cent of Reg. lOc R 98 Reg.98e Reg.
1 30 p.m. on the fourth Mon. and horae-drawn carts as the Hilton Credit Corp, whose those examined. Many child- ego e5t
I cards, Carte Blanche, provide ren do not know their hearingis
seen in most other countries.
WWI Vets Elect I The street novelty sweepers of seeing also<

At Center MeetNew ed Dr him Bullis pointed out thereat hospital The program', inpatient first national account, Educators be corrected.have long recognized ___..

very little difference between guaranty 'by a credit card the fart that impairedheenng
officers of Barracks 764 went into doe affect the mental
the Russians and the company, effort Jan. '
'WWI\ Veterans, and the Auxiliary people of other countries except I, in more than 1.200 hospitals attitude of the student affected BODY Reg. $1.19 MILK OF TWIN PACK
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will be elected and installed t in Hudson
they appear grim and fifty states and:l Washington, explained
at the meeting of the groups D. C. It --- FUNGI REX
serious as they stand in the guarantees the first -
Saturday at Venice Civic Cen endless lines, M common in $200 of hospital bills incurredby MASSAGE MAGNESIA 79( ,
ter.The Russia in-patients and provides O) ?> j .
be PLUMBER POWDER\
8pm meeting will He showed many pictures of them with immediate credit !
preceded by a covered dish dinner cathedrals and churches that recognition There is no cost LOTION TABLETS
for member at 8:30: p.m.. had been converted into mu for the service either to hospital Reg 6ge Each
Mrs. Myrtle Swenson, department seums and other cultural uses. or card holder OUR BUS/NESS/ WE Reg. $1.79
president, will be here The homes of former Czarist "This program has been developed UIJOCRSTANDwfIUNETHE Reg $3.50
for her' official visit and will be nobility, enriched with luxurious as an additional convenience 2 R 89t
in charge of the installation tapestries, crystal chandeliers and service' for Carte SKILL 89(
services and statuary of a bygone Blanche card holders," said W MET AMUCIL $2.19
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--------- 31ft', have ulna "been turned::1 In M Cockrell. executive vice 0 > For Athletes Foot
Mother Of E'wood to communist propaganda centers president of the credit C rpo.
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Resident Injured The group viewed East Berlin useful on trips end In emergen.cies ;. Reg 85e 24.0UNCE
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r} URSDAY JANUARY_ 14. "w :

Y H EVE'" C E G.., NDOi.'Elt HU -
PACE : -- --- 1 went ID the for &n a xi <*;.,: '
----- --- -- ...........- : HaleyReport 'cations, bill l which .would ., .

I prohibited! Export.Impor > ",

Ven \f /qon olieJt.tv. STAGE ty credit private or lenders credit. for fuarar such!"r.,<, ,

I riiiTHE : But this prohibition unf'r ,.
( xgOFF lately did not survue opposTO '.
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.. 'Yr .xr ..10. ... rsaitV BT ELI JOIES JL B.UL\ m the Senate and the S.a'e

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> "' -M M W w N.rpM SPEAK Department
= raw,-.:...::: ':, :, :.-:" 7"'.n "',;:w' /' .y.a- Yaw'M : <11I.U15 I Aim* u 1 ;lrte had be r. The result is that all we -.,'
M .arrw. : DO break to'een iessuOns jo is sit and seethe whttev.- "

."., .... ,.... .., ..-. .. .... -.,.,.... -".- ... 1 4 yaw Cana-"a u. bark a Rasoagoa free world' nations set! 'Fr.. .
-...... .. .. I "",. '. --. T' ':'A Edam .t! whether a be tot a mealv wotid near I for what may be I II i am. furplu foods to Cuba ai i .-,
W* promised yea that after lM..p yea esethr yeuleag communist nrtions .r: i
7 .' ... Th daor-.al wravv eery to ants er 0
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rant gat
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the .
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UTIOlfU/ onOI"L ....r lk.tdo PrerJO'wa) .I t.! + .*y hard >(-, flat idea tram GoYellab... fIINcUr fit Aran or and .ylon mtern+sed .t loterwas seethe. that .1. wh'e: .-tour "
Elp tbd stay of the Terse Latie Theatre. rear Trw 10 earword Istarrnal ..veaisd surplus to Russ< aother 'd
flarM She own
C for"A the bY
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t J auMct: 4 federal fret gnbuaag rairtla q from
j jufcranes bus -- to art as hear
U.A mer erer, Georf eleClaOO yew communists nations
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brings. up a few .... 1 eauMag aesdaaoss" r a a.- a pnedmtuai
ban Take ever, -.*. I -tL 1&
psQue tx.fl perhaps th* auatn of i musl'tYAM yet a} **em* *. Aa we 10 bait to

,4\ ::: E"j".4 D Ieil I4Rr ..... ,...-.. ," 1IaI arc Busy ctinsidi I can I m* thai an accvrat survey *f .,.. very paaMtitt and iateabl aid todies murder twelve 1 was baanerto Jebwa( to a beat Iua lUte from Lighting Contest
; .pk aNy. r a pnvae perar poi M Ir1 rM led ea -or M si slevtn-nn aM their nrother Ml a* *aanaant and PreMeIIt -
d ?7/oSd c..Aaey 1 *;" &** who .... ... a :CrtU5 rrsarrh nemar erecter d a arsneao- art ily not so ....... --- twelve or r at thirteen I j at ... v.- weaap. that be
5l '?** g* T/AdT"... t"01eo' -.- I MIl UIInokJ8c mer die eiNct d 1I OY ...... tit irw4able for asITIIIC Thai w extremely fanny. real fafn contady I! ere -I&C \II bMW ncom- Winners Named
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V/JIfjrjajjjJp' tnct.- ... for fiecal
riirt j \ -.ibIII a free pssb. .l i -
L (.'by Med. +.... ..,... he JiIInI r this .... I can 1 q for aetgce 1 feel ors '7fe paragrepb abase k'. t.Id ..... a..ItIe the ballet toa whack will .* lower than were ) First place in the first .-r ...'

1ft18HJtI'ff': ;:A;'i :. "'_'T M Z5 per year, >V th perM I I r a way pnrum r ... I= My e.ordrl prn.M : a canvas jacket and a padded cefl= prate m tits ;' dnuatftrstioo reeomroeooauoo Venice Gardens Lighting Outd Con ..rCttrtamaa
) .. ., K o Orf bus slit ewren* beard d ice t7nrsk .add lief as meat But, when von coopi* the word to magus tad -Araenac tat fsacs I- : !
t\ :0 *
tOl per ePy.
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_. < t27; ;. r r O three anarlrr r d t.. Library. ara am on iWIt IUds a vs.la and Old Uc" everyone soul** with yen At Sen** ttnty would i It IS tree the fiaeml IMS. bud >> went to A. C Shaffrarek -'t
; weary It Z' f1"1' t ,' U ;ire >.J[ rrMaro. per SM fare plea. frees my A. fat r ebe Vetere Library erode they bad heard of, the play; sT they had. **en a enter : ret proposal i* only half a bJ- Peppertree Lane the \'er'.e

re..Pdt 1 hard diet die foe, .e c ICraed. I sbsaW bile to en tot stage *c screen the ami would be ja.d by ntnnitAnd :Lon dollars coder the fiscal Garden Homeowners A--
Ugly American JuniorTV I oral gnvemMnnet r a.lpparans 'Jeer out that and d that cant cb.dda. 1 im proposal SuI the sunnVcaace 'I I announced
pvaac Isbrrass wavy a.umur ew557 week Ate of, ttus .lime a the fad I Mrs Patricia Schmitt! J Jtb 1 !;
a = for Arsenac sod Lace of, the .
nfhtly Old r ear second place t '
won
iMv tone uraaor > Banyan
*fty rd with grit ,sbrmeacc I.Jredy der. 17amg that thai a the first
U* Apagtea IH4 teear+t rds.. btlfvi.I' Any program 'A swppert jj\ de.IWtI tune tad .-,. members final iait plays of the theater and an esiresnely pray movieThentovo. many years that m" II or, and third place! was wor .
,?*-**'* ___ eurblA of k'HT. 1.' Pa.wa ... -..t : ryato r.nadate prvar ead'. 'I 'A tree .board d the 'needs tit .however. did not approach the stage tiantnum mhomor ; creased tpendjBt has not been Warren Fnschknecht. 108 L:

I Mw ...... were .--.u.. s. ialwq irrmg fbagh S nA+t'l .I local eeesmwndy s tepp at cI the ,:the library peI'hC1Itarty Mrlibrary. coolant, for lie meat foot plays it lent atunrthaiftraacBMo. a propoacd and from that one Lane

..." .* A4 ,,o *d rte ,,cold.N WITH LOCAL CON- lay Odell MYe gathered money On ocfimuen of poetry r that tit. that which a mar .>* .t I**** a glummer c.l I Receiving honorable flier'5
TROL The .ttihde at the ,f tope beat facts lost s> tra later, and perhaps a pnraphran .... do tor die : that the tetra row were A. H. Hacke IM:! V -.
..........J n.. h the ra61.N .kigA. ..., still fceC4.412p oral gooemment seems ..f-:; I tuOn awrvey, myth projected theater; food toaster is that which is ioat r tranajtinei when !bop ready to try to fet back to the I! rock N. N Hottois, 103 S., -.

4 *.$ + "a egri. .'regaLNra. Ie"c faire fa .** that a !library should lie w4yioq.th figures. etc !to lac traaaUtad to die movie scenario= and the cwnatf room I dunp" of fiscal respocstbil.1.1ft rock M. K. Jones. D-:ft *.-* .

.tv. U.f, Sf.*H f fi.9 m M .."..;".* *...*.- ported b:1: die crlsmuny .marts avae.ey has bar< taaed to that Arsenic and OU Lace i* an open sesame to Ac actor anUf ) Charles Wsrsta: Dr:.':wand .
drriy.a tile 1IeIId' faaos It II purpoa.esaua There all the tile world to to ta While )fr. Johfisott first Lee Sweettand: HI k -
in move |
is room act.
f It _...,.-:1: eel *. Wn. <4t |vt a f." aexaat44. iTe cwnoww .e1PrRt r Alan a tft IIIIIjed ef pier.Chown asked for 'I
play comedy to the lull and ore every dene known to the i ii nail to Coacr***
main Iwo bee bleedsS r..., the >** of ftyif.9 *..* 'rwoly then wiD f..1 nun it m" be. web to brat. theater or at least. every theatrical dene known to die aom skate abate I cannot I
,.... ........" c.lu: ett4 .... Shan .ad Ships. aid ..... ee funds lie aJloca1ed 10 tupfM1ft' mind dMt V__. .Leff is actors playing m the play Like that other guest play Th support t certainly can and t
I meat end. better the .1'Y.ce eve aaI\'IfIIe' 01 ..... god peao.otiut
wiriwd
-1 hwu ts.4 bap set.dfd Rival by SoerMan. n hart a bad part< a* a; each part a* asbf will support his proposal forreduction
die crxnmwty has "me eau do. 't r. a yr7a know. aa the actor can make it And currently at Hat Venae r federal expenditure
VAf fht do rf? JM* for fly> .hell" erf if, .,.,..'.'rfty. ehc.s It WANTI. i was d die few cities 18 Little Theater a parcel of temporary /el J lunatics are doing and employment, the latter -

I pttaarr0y feet that nay IU Cf'MIIIy ehMb was panlMd! be- >ut that to A and L and waking the play we thank, into what because it is a necessity zf IStTO.we
rafxhet. .hs
tit:. twwlly) f'" tad. MCIW***. wiuah dollar wI be .sand more __ fore M esdslenee 'heir'
tee ra. yoeiw d."".... b lhi U. s. kwW (j.N fall I, wpplyeg.. boorAra for duJdftll Good library .met. 1ike wB be a very fun-filled evening of pare theater ) acbMwd reduced apendatf is to be

_try ifto 6t''i wredlig fo evsid1LA .. ,.__.-.u. and theft "rinds tb.l for many msythmg eta v.". COIU "1o thai production the job of the director maaaly and j OB another iub>ect I am TlWII 1'
Burr Beee e sew projects 1rI>t to slop the actors f 'a breaksof up ilau > air Oo eiiuii nt is angry lot ta da taVENICE
PAlf, It Pse.ma teedw"irb rig bon de.s. W .11 mcludulg mrsdet wtudt lied Caresgae and :arge pnvau fog! excuse me) over their own line. Tins t* sometxmts a bad [ anjry. and too, probably are
eb wt tM g:.w ,+lira rec4nifwl' pot*!* -**+ Ovrf herd. between oeaIJIIIIII ...... It downrtu cA libraries arm to omen in a play for it may mean that the play at j you the sate br Brit-
I owe I' a
wt'II COrM s fw ell w.'r. ror h b4 ate back.Tkwe happened tote a few yean acct. be cost At )sat. no was has 'ta' humor; humor that is funny only at the context of-the '. u angry*> firm of some 400; buses< to
r yes may reca8! 1ffetell IUds eMWIMtIt to the- theater.. that will leave the audience dead. 'anteed of roil 1 yo1ee aawly wind, boimg
i wryl. ranS f., vane f...4 ._tIt fs...dtw 'n the seared plane it is my ';'eftice Area Tree Public LIsalderardmg JIll in the slates)J. But Arsenic etc., has something tar sCIt TOO communist may wonder'Cuba. AM why some we did of lor pour IN I*teed sat. a shows Mek44 the resort t bent
that tile Verna "'rsry, as far as I know! r. it
i* a rare treat to hear two sweet little tads not really turn the beat on the rr data w lyniiofM. pow
Atft lnee Pubic Library r rretrr aI to s. the to very **
publJe
:;..... World S'.f n #e UmM S*...i .k.. pmcM1b1lkrr oper.u g w.W2' a contnIct: support what beMlJu III ally caretjOy" erpiajunf the ingredients of a lethal cocktail and Bntash fovermnent to prevent I t apwtrem* t>wa or perhaps raid a tH hww or

upon billioni; iirfo foretytlucc c4v'ris; iw ...,dfy. .Irk hleraaote Count. (./deb Again I sMuJd hie to emir telling of I its ef'ect 'One of our fentletnen eves bad tan to thus ask to the unfriendly

.Mfvl. .M", to bvf fr .....p. turn crJIIIncU with the fed. huln that I ftIte rrrdy r a say. how deucious,' say Abby haH J'. Steer Castro GONDOLIERamr
Well I can ten why. Be-
oral IOYefftlnftltl. Oar' library prJYate, But I feel that you e
WMU the+ ,. bill 6l>l k.v.. i.4": dish+1 ot. wilt, sk.h. may withdraw from this cooa bag IttIp per..bat been made b- "Now I would not care to explain why the above if ,..,.. Caof the tntudrty of Con-
(in tai: t-x#+ry don to win .*4, | _ifrK. fr.MJip; of tract at are tune the awnanan wsr4 god hbnry eerwke forty I would prefer not to mention the whole tbasf to i sayer to frees m deelBf 1 last month
let be had seen the play there are people who r beheew. sale of United Slate :
thatanyone with
; the
.... of Icr ? Gals wmabla b the \\ (
tn rKipyM{ our ttt 5nre c sAn Venice arts. i do hope. for )n
with an interest in the tPIOtIt
,. GMd. theatre or the i lesebig peeks- wheat to Rossi* and other communist
a being JIII nur community'. rker that we
Tic _".. it prociout lifrl. It alao eeeena to me that IN aJl..1D support Mr Lantz, tile soon is.. a borderline case anyhow, and I am balM oc bwdicount bloc nations, we are in

Vero Reacts editorial 1OTd< II IIIW bbr.nan and work toward B* poattion to complain about '
For $tHuvj$ fire p..wic r tI.*'. tUndpoutt it i. : ttS-lfrU fSS-1111
on* t ni sales by Britain or any other
very ecrurfdul 'A the wino that the gosJa of a building and "When you see Arsenic and OM Lace and want to tell ----..
.,
ad .j _
a -1 .tory. tax money mlcnt be spent: m sinks and service whICh we your friend to go they will ask you what iI w abet Dart boa. to communist nations 11 woxoM MwconomM : 1t
Do sew a w has
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Of towte y>* "n't c*""4""nn *..ry bv ..tf".t cart PLANNING esthey pa a 11. an aU tA proud fIf.bra" tell them; don't even quote me or you may ........1' from Meanly is obvious to another we cannot nation thatthou say t pee 1Iubec I II

abroad at an mfx" p.*.... rW* md'*.d *r* torn* able' hurnbl"c"cur a rnmmunity I hay In,. my.1- ROSEMARY FARLEY] them society in a cloud of white coats and butterfly nets Just tell abaJt not sell to the commotusts I lit I
and
to
'owl d..J c.e. d kvt from pervanat b--...+M go when they return from the show you rat then I
ones KXT- ways I,1WIi that r-lannUlC &Ys Venter how it came about that death and transfiguration becax while we are blithely II
mtfaf; vxt. doing what would
wan terry comic. and what precisely we
--------------------- were they laughing/ at.
prohibit their doing. C ": "-.. --
.A'ooy of Ihoa( tnt t( ro.-1 or wio '''f'd On aftur TVfl let the white; coat haul them sway It was to avoid just such a I =:. rN : : I II
tKe w. rev miffitt; the conldnt, get a |job at home Thanks a :tot, George We .on't mine it s.tua':cn U we now find cur I CI-" won a e.oaae a eaI I It

And once *f'y *.i..f.d atsottw country Hwy Fwum.: kq High School v....es in that the House last t CI--I _' a M I II

tWt: viii* a biq; tit!!.. 1 big>>; r'''qwt; orad mansion, a hout* seas "on sought to Lock: sales of I DMiaer e.wed era a cit. I

f'J 4 (*rv.ntt and M .ir of trl'0141\t.. *urr. us whe.t.to communist ; J
.oc n.ttIS: V.e put aa mend- .._;.-===.:.:.:
SometmM; t+x servants *tp* i.ll/ in tf.. eate of News

mftVtary partonn*! ware far b.t*.. *duc **d and with, r ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION

I lot' mor' wlM.l l background 111." rK.. mattart. who war*

lord; ')] it ova fawn By PlANE LLle1L4RT end GENE EDDY

In the. !I.t, 40i and arty Kn stool l worVari and otftrtfr'xn The Mid of the second grad log period is near and students : I .f '
ti* are busy getting in term paprrt !xx,k reports and preparing i ir MAINTENANCE
building r.d" w're t.nt with thin f.mflis to
h./lp rebuild;) bon : the membership of the I FHA (Future Homemakers ofT LIGHTING SUPPLIES I

.* ...", ,,1. ... PoNwdem. The fn.*t hotal) m to.nWai American)) ha* swelled from 1 '> ro 75. Mrs Hanson, sponsor of
stored bouts th.. the FHA explained that the cli ub had expanded to Include all
to t. >/nericam\ To the dismay of Hume Economics students ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.
th* Nefherlandari and their *.ll.b.ha.*d childrafi. th. Arnrinn This I
merger will help get morepeople Friday J"n. 10, during assembly .
lids; teen wild. Their; partntt d dn,'t do much batttreornarm on the club pr /ji>cts Hapf/y Jjumejr" one of Bat & Cotlnll Shuts !Phone 483-4794 : 8 ayI .e Y v

r ; the itimpy lupplof warm b..r and tough ttaatt I making the club able to do a Thornton Wilder s earliest __ +
all the .. U. boaitng, how much bettor thmqt wen bad better j'.rb plays, and "Open End" wnl- c .u la' reJ 9. a rl e K 1 ,.

in ")f>* ,t.t..." The iturdf tfflandri. bra.thd .ugh The Key Club after donating ten: by our own Mr. Mahar .

of relief whan! the y ".(.;.d their '.", ili.. and h.
horn. KeyetUs paint the new by the students The cast fur 1' i (}:
portable stage bought for the Happy Journey" included
f H Jwi d;ip.k>.. from S.i'Jon< the other day mant ond KtvKil with money from the Kathy Brannon, Charles Copp, JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY
INC
the n.m. of the. off eial no* ill charge of the U. S. gov Keyette treasury: In their other Pam Lee, Ron Dickens and rl
.""" ....t ;informat; bur au tWa' This Mine individual activities, the Key Club is Linda I Moser For Open End RlIdiQRCP
blundvrad into tfi. Gwmnn line with two other newsmen working at collecting money there wa George/ Fichelberg
tar the I'M) March of Dimes. 'r. Kenny Walker Nand Tfoy.I'll' fifoo/nAed* 1929
World
in War II. Th* G"m.nt tapt the other two but threw I'
chit fine the /littl; one b.clr, H. tutioquently wet cut and i ill planning to sports a and Rock DtPagter. ?i ) 243 W, VENICE AVE.
foota dance in the near future Recntly In other happ'c'ings around '
., an ;incompetent, but loot where U i i. now the, Key Clubbers announced VHS the acpohomcres heaved VENICE. FLORIDA

Small wonder things ate in tuch a fe; ill V;ctNam.Another that they had made iighs of relief when they finaly I PHONE Select and Consul an Inda-
tm helping the Rotary Club finished their STEP tests pendent 'Insurance Agent at you .
...tampl ;n that. of an abla.bod;ed. draft eel Christmas/ .. trees. A headache lust to pronounce: I 488-4791 would( your Doctor: or Lawyer k

dodging U. S. citizen of 'iqhtin1< aqa who' w"nqld a war Tn the Keyrtte, there I I. also these Sequential Tests of Ecludtional j
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aui>]nmnt. at correspondent for of all things. a one*'a- very little idleness After the r Progress/ were /given '
"'OfI'h.yovth ma<]"i n*. withdrawal <,f President Margaret first, second. and third periods .
LiKhtfuoot<< Gayle Drehotiw '>n Tuesday, Wednesday and
At ,last account this |joker. who mad: Irill nq on the >. was elm.ted to serve in Thursday, Jan 7, 8 and 9. Machine INTRODUCTORY OFFER
bUrl market. lei a biq hot ill the American bureaucracy her place for the remainder of : /graded, these tests covered .
PATENTED
ill Europ H* swapped his southern drawl for phony the year. Norm Owen was Mathematic., Science, So-
elected to the vice-presidency. ':sal Studies and English and ) / SPACE CAPSULE
foreign< .cent. sprouted lush patch of whil;ilart and wee
The FOR LIVI BAIT
Keycttes next project to tested the student knowledge
serving advisor to ambassador and adm rail ...
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replenish their rrpleted funds learned in these subjects and De.l..sd far .i...... .

Multiply th_ by th. thousands, spot them in mot will be to Kp>.niior" a moviematinee ability to use It. :J. LOST END u wn.n-an k.tv urdi I; yw,pN ihrinp.Co yaw.. SI
select and 'II this Sunday at the "The MOUHC/ that Roared" Is
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any country you you tee why Uncle Sam i nunlevwd Gulf BAJTI Mss..why wh.rs yea I '
dnpta hi generosity. Theater entitled" "Palm the name of the play to be /given rail itl

-- ------ -. -- Springs Troy 'ma hue March Mr. Mahar the d rector lk. k.f e... ...-.*.... bcuiMi. a lootSIUIM.I .
The National, Forensic Lea took the Ik
over senior Erg
ALUMINUM CARPORTS debate gun in preparation for their lish classes Monday to famijlanze INTRODUCTORY MAIL' OFFd ]I Pub.edg I of1" ..... .... $300 Florida In

at Jesuit II gh School 1 on / the student with the Sir; rw'- one f... ...l-....1-.kj* BMI Mil ..... k
I 10' i 20' Aluminum Roof Saturday, Jan, 2.1. went to Sar- script. Tryouts were held Wednesday ? at its most beautiful
1 asfjta High School lust Tues- ;:: GRANGER COMPANY
and Thursday, Jan 15 .w
I I. S130 Installed day, Jan. 14, to learn about and 16. A list of cast members nee 7303 Atlanta' Q.. 3O3OO natural best
t formal! debate procedure Because will be posted in the near fut 0..,., ,..y/".. ,netted

DO.YOURSELF WOO most it the members ure.
have Wit participated in debate
or anything ever 200 feat
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JANUARY 14, l 1964 PAGE SFVTMotttnqs
(( THE VENICE GONDOLIER
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r By DOROTHY GAYNOR Venice Does Install New Officer Slate For 1964 All States Club



J Women. Editor Mrs Lillian (John) Artman, ,n rf Sets Special Night

Gf Phone Items to <488&ROS< a charter member of Benevolent
and Patriotic Order of
I
Does, Drove 141, since its organization P BA.Q ,h1 For New Yorkers
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seven years ago, t.,, DOES try
It wee with a great deal of flourishing! start, Certainly they will head the group for 1964<< d I

1 1cure, that we accepted an an having a lot of fun, and this She and the other new officers Visiting New Yorkers have

1\vnation to Venice Municipal I we know because we are right were installed at a buffet } y dk a special invitation to New

lIT''" at the there every week trying to dinner and Installation r York State Night at the AU
J,111, r Park hard times cos I keep up with these expert I service Tuesday at Elks Hall k tj' 4 4wr. States Club meeting today at
Tuesday night, and twirlers
.
. une party Mrs. Anna Anderson Is the 8 p,m. at Venice Civic Center
the
: displayed by
-o
le ingenuity first counselor and Mrs. Dorothy Honored state on Jan i was
there
sports Holiday visitors
good from Rhode
cadent, Mrs Marc Island arpenter, the new senior Florida with Mr, and KrI.I' .
a job were Donald Nichols
it quite
? 1 Ie counselor Mrs Elizabeth '
1 Thomas M. Wrede Sr and Mrs
of
c.irter i clever creation and his roommate at Brown I'
from Sadey will hold the Junior Charles Curwond leading the
fashioned College in
and hat Providence, Jack
L" vn I counselor office for
the year. I grand march. Wrede is one of
, comic papers worn Murray. Hostess was Mrs
III' y Other Incoming elective officers the pioneer residents of the)
paper bag shoes surely Grctthen Nichols of Park Terrace !
I'll'
Bret: Mesdames Jose- and both he and Mrs.Wrede .
area
"t'd times about asi Apt. who is most regretful 1 er
[pa phine Hazen, secretary: are native Floridians,
and
i us they can get, at their departure
ad
h Evelyn I Siegel, treasurer: as is Mrs Curwood
ipman's$ fishing pole -0- ;
,,1 )
-\lid that no matter how A return visit to Venice from Mary Bair, inner guard; Mar. Of the 250 guests, 51 are

II L".u, set, you're not out, Mr, and Mrs, Jim Prince of tha Gosman, outer guard, Doris I permanent residents of the
Cutler, conductor: Garland state and participated in the
",',1' at you keep figuring a Miami Is on the agenda this
r U was a real "fun" I I weekend. He Is the son of Mr Bowden, three-year trustee I grand march. Sixteen door
'ih 're must be many ad and Mrs. Arthur E. Prince of During her seven years of prizes were awarded

,.,",' "I' in trailer living: these''' Laurel and she, the daughterof membership, Mrs Artman had '. .' On Jan. 23 the honored states .
,
rites 1 seem to have a Larry McIntosh local businessman held all the major offices in will be Illinois, Indiana Wisconsin

"t II',,.rr,' I, 'f.11 time together, cer ''; He spent Christmas the organization except the Minnesota and Iowa.

I day with them in their new presidency, '?' : The club meeting are held
dn'0 home in weekly during the season and
Hialeah
She Is married
]local]
to
and a ...,," ... .." .;. to all residents
courte- are
open ,
A i "I t pleasant businessman and came here 14 .. '.M.
happening i this week Recent the from Phoenix --- ------- --- --- guests and visitors The entertainment
t' : guests at home of years ago Ariz
n ceptlon given by the the John Biedermans of Venice Her daughter, Miss Elaine 1964 DOES OFFICERS New officers of Benevolent and Lucile Thompson Esther Bradley, Eugenia Lubahn, Jessie feature ballroom

d. of the Library last Gardens were their son and his Tempas, will serve as chaplainof Patriotic Order of Does, Drove 141, were installed\ Tuesday. Wilson, Nina Doyle, Nita Norwood, Edythe Hack, Garland round and square dancing sand

It to introduce Venice'st family and Mr and Mrs Charles the Does this year They are, front row, left to right/ Mesdames Martha Gosman, Bowden, Doris Cutler, Isabelle Simmonds, Lucille Bates and refreshments.St.llark's.
?\ I .r,\rlnn, Mrs. Dorothy I Stevens, both families from Evelyn Seigle, Miss Elaine Tempas, Anna Anderson, President Irene Williamson Installing officers were Mesdames Mae
nd her assistants, Mrs. I, Maryland. Which reminds us Appointive officers Installed\ Lillian Artman, Dorothy Carpenter, Betty Sadey, Jo Wrede, Doris Cutler and Bertha Perkins

, \' ,m Grotz and Mrs Kate that a very nice person in Venice Wilson Tuesday, assistant were: Mrs conductor Jessie Hazen and Mary Bair, second row, left to right: Mesdames (Photo by Don Crawford) \ Slates
,
Not only has this hard.
?" Gardens
'u" passed on some
''-01' dedicated group work. I holiday guest news to us this Miss Tempas, chaplain, Mes- bearer, Juanita Norwood, at- Installing officers were Mrs. The address of the eveningwas Former presidents of the

d P ,..I. ilv to give the communnry I week which we shall in turn dames Lucille Bates, first color tendant to the president; Peg- Mae Wrede deputy supreme given by Mrs. Bowden, group are: Mrs Perkins, Mrs Annual Show
I I it has done so on to next week bearer: Irene Williamson\ gy Hill, second attendant, Eu- president, Mrs. Doris Cutler, the retiring president, who Simmonds, Mrs Helen] Ray
pass
,,' ('juslv and efficientR we've run you out of room this second color bearer; Esther genia Lubahn, third attendant, deputy supreme conductor, was presented a Drove pin by mond, Mrs Wrede, Mrs Cutler The Episcopal Churchwomen
(" kwood Bullard, presit time Bradley, third color bearer, Nina Doyle, fourth attendant, and Mrs Bertha Perkins, installation Mrs Wrede, chairman of trustees and Mrs Bowden, who, of St Mark Church will present .

t )1, f the group, and all his -0- Lucile Thomason, fourth color and Edythe Hack, musician chaplain. served two terms in the office'Arsenic' their annual fashion show
, \ ,jrkers deserve a strong -- -- and luncheon on Feb 11 at
it thanks from us all But we must mention that 12:30 p,m. in the church parish
ote William A. Buckley Jr has just WSCS Meeting hall.
-0-- completed his bachelor of arts Full Of Laughs Despite Rough Spots I
Mrs Charles Rickard will be
Home again after a visit toe and science requirements and Theme AnnouncedTheme
general chairman and Mrs
York, are Mr and Mr.. Fred P. Stafford his bachelor /
I Ieo, C Framhein of 118 of science In business at FlorIda of the general meet- Samuel Cutler Sr will be in

By PEGGY BOGERT the years fesslonal timing and good sense surrounding her, and as a girl charge of the luncheon Seatingwill
I" cue Ave They spent the State V'nhersitT. And also ing of Woman s Society for
Currently running at the of comedy as the distractedand who is charming to look at, be arranged by Mrs. A.
(> I ,ys with their three child that MIM Diane Riehl, fresh- Christian Service of Venice- One thing is certain Jos- Venice Little Theatre through dismayed Mortimer Brew- Elaine fills the bill to perfec- Bradford Smith and Mrs.
cn, In Blamelt, N Y., where man at Rollins has been named Nokomis Methodist Church the
eph Kesselring, playrightwho ster who suddenly discovers tion.
Saturday evening, this wonder. Charles McG Roberts will be
,t ton Theodore, lives with to the term honor listLadies Tuesday noon will be "Cod's authored "Arsenic and Old ful farce will certainly afford that his doting aunts have mixed Vital Members in charge of tickets ?
Other son, Richard, Mission and Ours."
f milv
I' Lace" the
took not-to delicate bit of
its viewers multitude of a arsenic with old
I a Also excellent as two vital
from Fashion show theme and
r.j hi' family Ossmingtbre Mrs. William Pettit will be subject of premeditated murder chuckles and a heap of belly lace As the romantic lead members of this "murder in-
I' as was their daugh- in charge of the program and out of the macabre and laughs, Clapp Is to be commended as corporated" cast are Bob Ma- plans will be announced in the

Miss\ Lois Framhein of BridgeTuesday will use as her subject "Our turned it into a delightful "aperitif Unfortunately it is not the one of the brightest assets to hon and Chuck Place Bob, who near future, Mrs Rickard said.IT'S .
York City Also presentIre I "'
'w Mission The for tea and
Today. meetingwill crumpets best production to from romp the local stage in many a usually is cast in romantic
i the three grandchildren, be held at the church fellowship without leaving a bad taste Inanyone' come year.
'. core J.. Janet and Rich- hall.Devotions mouth. the local group, though the roles in local productions,
I ind his wife s three-monthhter EventThe t will be in chargeof produced with Boris Originally Karloff fault is not in the play itself Equally good and one of the proves in this one that "goodlooks NATURAL TO
Venice Theatre .
I which affords professionals great favorites are only skin dorp" when
Kathy Lynn. Cold Mrs Robert Hull Broad
Blalork and Josephine on HAVE WITH IN MEDICIHf
and amateurs alike the opportumty is Georgianna Rice as he appears as a replica of
I I t' Mr. Framhein report The Ethel Circle will in 1941 of the
Venice i Yacht Club ladies Blalock way it was one for a heyday." Aunt Abbey. Georgianna is always Boris Karloff as Jonathan WHEN THE PRESCRIPTION
I but where i mt it cold'I host and hits of the and has
bridge luncheon Tuesday noon the meeting requests season remained in command of her char Brewster. Place as Jonathan'ssidekick
t I said they had a mar will be in charge of Mrs T A those attending to bring their a favorite of both theatre Where the local productionfalls acter and always excellent. She in crime, Dr Einstein HAS BEEN nUEO BY
t I'' ime Parrott and Mrs, Elgin Morn- own sandwiches and audience throughout short is in the set, the is better
-0.- I lighting and the costuming never than when she adds a good touch of real OICKaMEA00nSPHARMACY
son is doing and this to
comedy
play slapstick an already very,
H"e for several month. are since even the best of lines can
Onlle) Browns of Detroit, Progressive bridge and foursomes Miss Owen To Be InstalledBy be enhanced where the correct is perfect for her talents. Com very funny play
will be played. Either plementing Aunt Abbey is a delightful Ken Walker, another local
residents until
I they re- atmosphere creates plausibility
hostess called for newcomer Edith Johns theatre "old timer"
be reservations gave pious
I J to their native Detroit may I as well as effect. About the on
I no later than Sun Rainbows On portraying the very "fey" and dignity as well as a touch of
\ ,'ir They are visiting! Saturday Ily effect the set creates is that
their sorv-m-law and day, and they also request notification 'of garrishness It is a sort of kindly co-murderess, Aunt comedy to his small part as v
of cancellations, Martha Her voice is surely Dr Harper the minister and
", and I Miss Norma Merrill musician pseudo-Victorian affair that exactly NNI
, 'r. Mr Mrs Fred Owen, daughterof server; Roberta what I I'v
Kesselring had in Bill Granger as the stage
,
'n1. and enjoying one of An evening of mixed bridge Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Owenof Susan Jones, choir director I falls to achieve even the dubious mind when li
he created the part. struck Police Officer O Hara. 1 1I 1i
11 vorite hobbles, square will be held Wednesday at 8 Spadero Drive, will be installed t and Carol Layne, rose lecturer title of mediocrity I The
Perhaps the
f happiest actoron adds another new face to the i
i' ,re 1 Wonderful dancers p,m. with Mr and Mrs Ralph as worthy advisor of 'lighting which could have been stage in and out of char scene.
Chase as hosts. For members Venice 57 of the Or- Installing officers will be
'u re too. Assembly tremendously effective had it acter is Dave Hart who Supporting members of the
-o- desiring dinner, which is servo der of the Rainbow Saturday Miss Nancy Cooper Assisting been sombre and eerie, is blat Teddy Brewsler harm.poretrays cast their with
a play parts
Wh, ed from 8 ,m., reservations She and the other officers her will be Misses Carol
brings up the subject p Layne, ant and the costuming is, to less, happy Imperialistic Ted- humor and plausibility Theyare
f I new square-dancing club should be made by calling the will assume their duties after installing marshall!: Barbara put it politely, non-descrlpt. dy Roosevelt. Hart is obviously Ken Walker Jr., J Elwood

ark organized here. Mem- club. the services which are set for Lyle installing chaplain; Linda Despite or in spite of. these having the time of his life King, Al Kielke Walter Johns
I I re the Gardonaires who ', All members are invited to 7 p.m. at Masonic Lodge The Lynn, installing recorder, Mrs failings "the play is the thing" He loves his role, he loves the and Bill Kreuger as Lt Roon-
nee Tuesday nights at Venice make up a table but couplesare public Is invited and a recep-- F Reide Onley, installing musician It s a load of fun for both the play and he loves the hearty ey of the Police Force who
""I'd, ns Recreation Center II welcome, according to tion will be held after the installation end Robert Henriques, audience and the actors laughs his portrayal so justly couldn't avoid being the most

14 then seem to be off to a Mr.. George Grassle ceremonies installing soloist fine TalentIt deserves astute bit of casting in the play

Other officers are: Misses is a never ceasing wonderto The feminine lead is acted by since Bill is a member of our
Janie Bruin, worthy associate me the amount of fine talent Elaine Smith, another familiar Venice Police.
,Democratic Women's Club I advisor: Linda Rose Stevenson, VES Schedules that a small communitycan face to Venice Theatre audiences If the play has its drawbacks MMEEISSEsssBHsa I

Charity, Diane Lash, Hope: produce People who are As Elaine Harper, she they can easily be over-
Sharon Morton, Faith, LynetteYounger Open HouseAll much more than dilettantes, is the daughter of the Episco- looked in view of the hilariousfun

iTo Host Monday Luncheon recorder: Louclla\ people with tremendous abil- pal Minister and is engaged to that Joseph Kesselring! has
Kirby, treasurer, Janice Brew- rooms will be open and ity who can take the amateurout Mortimer Brewster She is well offered theater goers and
H ton, drill leader, Suzanne Pet student work on display at Venice of the amateur status and cast In a part that calls for George Mahar has directedand

Democratic; candidates andr erson, Love, Merilee Timmer, Elementary School's Open touch it with the professional. briskness, directness, no small produced for the Venice
sent office holders from religion, Sandra Wright, Nature House on Monday at 8 p.m. at Such is the case with Donald about dismay at the mystery Little Theatre.
"Ie Bounty and city levels the school Clapp who makes his first ap
n expected to attend theIr Also Sally Capasso, Immortality All parents are invited and pearance on the Venice stage
I ','i itic Rally and luncheon w : Inez Stevenson, Fidelity requested to discuss with their Clapp has obviously had a good I

I 'nday noon at Early Wynn t ; Brenda Owen, Patriotism; children's teacher. the stu deal of previous stage experl-
leak House, according to Mrs Willene Hendrix, Service: Jane dents' progress at this time, ence but this certainly does not JANUARY CLEARANCEDRESSES

riffle Ballard of Venice, 44 44l 44t McDonald, confidential observer according to Principal JamesS detract in merit from his tremendous
-c"tdcnt of the South Sarasota I Sandy Badger, outer ob Dunaway stage presence, proC -
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\ July Democratic Women
lab.

Mrs. Ballard, who Is in
''large of arrangements for the

elf said Gov. and Mrs Far-
52.00 83.50 55.00'
I Bryant have been invited -
''OIIg' with all gubernatorial

indidates, Sarasota All Sties
County'ste 'I\\.
. Representatives Russell f1;
;ordan and John Hasson and r\ ,
'leriff Ross Boyer BATHING SUITS

Featured speaker will be it
.
''n>. ::
Fae Owles, Democratic l $2.00-$3.50-SS.OO
omen state vice president. ', \ kt"'a..9

'11 will be introduced by Mrs Girls and Teem
"7 Gibbs of Venice, state ,
'Ire president of District 7.
Ths Public is invited and tick- MRS. FAE B. OttLES BOY'S AND GIRL'S ALL WEATHER

'18re.95.\ Reservations may door' There will be door prizes I

N made at 8-3225 or at the |I and entertainment: JACKETS e S a $3.00

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St Mark's Election


'ark'Election of vestrymen of St FOR NORM AOVBETB1NO to* GIRL'S SWEATERS $$3.50

Episcopal Church will
BUDGET THE EASY WAYIAll
he
place Sunday at 11 am g VENICE Sizes 3 to I.DOY'S 14
the church Parish hall. you need It e VENICE.NOKOMIS BANK Checking

::50 other be church business will PARADE Account. Pay for everything by check and you'll have an '

'1. The conducted at the meet 5 ofHOMES accurate record of your ipendmg Open your Checking SUITS S150
meeting will be In
Account with this week Our Service Charge the
are
*)i of the u<
11 ..m. service and
Sue 2 to 7.e
)fjee hour, lowest in this ar...

"The 7:30 a,m. communion YEAR YES, WE HAVE TRAVELERS CHECKSSARASOTA

"ret and the 9 a,m. family 3
= ANNIVERSARY
Nice of morning prayer will SALE -
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.'. Tatty Sugar.Honey 15-01. Apple Tart .. ... .. .. 26u.pk.. 59'
Grahams . .. . .. .. .. .. . pkg. 39 SWMtor lutte,,,ilk Sty"". ,
Morton Biscuits 2 I:;;::: 49' a"
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Chose & Sanborn
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Coffee . . . . .. .. .. .. . Jar 99 HS IWlss'stCa k-' .".,..... 12..79'P'. P0ien SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOV'T.-INSPECTED
Serve Campbell Delicious '
Chicken & Rice Soup .. 6reg,I $1 S.uthlondl WholiPotatoes .... .. .. ... 2N; 39' TENDER-AGED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
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Serve Campbell'i PopularChicken 6 tt9' $1 Sole Fillet ............ IA; 59' STANDING RIB
Noodle Soup . cam ..
Garten TFrozen"
With Soup, Serve Striermonn'i Scallops ... 7k"; 49'

ZestaSaltines . . ....... .. .. '16-ei.. or Q1pkg R OASTD

Lady Betty Tasty, Healthful r

Prune Juice JU; $1. '
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Peaches . 4 CO tt $1. 1 / Lb.

Libby's Rich 'N RefreshingTomato

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Bennett's Prize.RecipeIHayonnaise Ka

. qraarrt I 39 Rib Steaks lb. 89

Breakfast Club Enriched 8 UG

x White Bread 2 fllS.y 47c GREiIJSTAMPS D Short' Ribs. lb. 49

; THURS., FRI, SAT. D Ground Beef ">. 49
JAN. 16, 17, 18, 1964

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Swift'i Premium Sweet-Smoke Flavor J// Oreen Stamps

+ RSNIERS ALE Sliced Bacon .. .. .. .. 1.lb.pkg: 49 I SINSUTONS iliaeNNrJMiN16 QUICK FROZEN I
., Swifts Premium Tasty Fresh PIILID DIVIINED SHRIMP
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Ifcf'I: ; 'I 7 Chunk Bologna I . . 3.lbl. 99 OOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO I :! TmaOreon ,
f Swift'i Premium Fresh Pork

Bag Sausage . .. .. . 3-Ibs. 99 5VVV FREE UUVgo
Tarnow'i Cooked or Baked J."( "" Stamps

l and You GET Sliced Ham . . . . 6-01.pkg. 59 I STOUPPIRI Iddtei'INNredardwrl QUICK' FROZEN I

I, "I / ?)/GREE r.T1\MPS Popular With The Whole Family. 1lb. CHICKIN ItVitt.b,t V NOODLES|. 7],
I Tarnow Wieners .. . pkg. 49 OooO' '" sti IOOO .,fftiandYouG
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GRFENbTAMPS A Real Tatty Seafood Treat
I !I Sno-Whites I Deep Sea Scallops r.r:' 69 5o'UVV EF leA: 050

O CauliflowerGolden . .. . .. head 29" J7/ Green
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Htrmnn'i lend Smoked $'
BananasFlorida .. . . . . lb. 9f! SHOPPING i Dying. 69e 191'lb.
ASNIERS lE Juicy SweetOranges / 1 C fnrtw ...,Jan, II i rlaaS r.:::.

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THURSDAY, JANUARY U, 1964
VENICE GONDOLIER
PAGE NINE

," ; ,"" TI ... .. festivities and enjoying, the several families visit;! them-

...._ I I"J Hootenanny Livens Up NPC PersonalsBy birthday cake were Mr. and lately, Mr and Mrs Clarence

_. w Mrs, Robert Orr Jr" Mr, and Besaw from Traverse City

1, Mrs. Paul Palmeter Mr and Mich. and Mr and Mrs Frank
MARGUERITE PETERSON Mrs. Maurice O'Donne 11. Mr Dunham of Ontario Canada

,t p Annual Tennessee Fete Mr and Mrs Kenneth Gibbs Edna and Thyra Wolkeraun and Mrs Harold Fidler Mr Recent house guests were Mr.
and Mrs Arthur Mr
Dorsey, and Mrs Charles Schugers of
I have returned home aft a r left to return home to Muake-
: I and Mrs Guy Fuller Mr and Highland Ind
,
I spending the holidays with ret gan, Mich They left Michigan i Mrs Carl Nordmark Mr and
atives and friends in Chester that blirzard before
Mrs. R. W Billmgton of I H.; E. L. Olson of Cleveland ; during just Mrs William Campbell Mr 30 YEARS OF THEATRE I
Va.
W. their former
I home- Christmas and only traveled
Franklin Tenn was hostess at H Fisher of and Mn Gordon
Chevy Chase, Wright. Mrs Va
(AP-
town. RICHMOND )
I about 75 miles the first day and
a Tennessee party last week at Md ; Miss i Gladys Leavitt of Hattie Poole, Mrs Carrie
When the Grand Theatre
--a- had to at motel in Michigan opened
stop a
Venezia Hotel her 201 li annual Effmgham, N H Mr and Bauder Mrs Gertrude Walker
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I here on AUK. 10 1933.
Mr. and Mrs for several days and wait .
here 1 Jack Kraich
party I Mrs, W, H Ripley of Oswego, and Misses Margaret and Ru- Charles B. Hall attended and
who reside on Agress Avenue out the storm because the ,
I N Y. Mr. und Mrs by Scharlau.
Guests of honor were Mr. ; Russ 'had their daughter, Dolores roads were hazardous.We he has been going pretty regul.
Kriss of Cleveland and Claude ---
and Mrs
Benjamin of'Armada He he has
Gerig arly since says attended
I Road, former winter M. Duncan of Coalesville Ind. I i Kraich here for a two week see so many Michigan Mr. and Mrs George Doen 1.775 movies there and
.visitors at the hotel before Also Mr and Mrs. C. W.I|I vacation recently, ior'f; a cars on the Florida highwaysthis on Merril Street have had paid $55862 In admissions
foreign er d winter and when
I we inquired -
Newell of Media Pa Mrs I
f their recent marriage l He Is .
retired from the State Depart Eunice Barden of Spring Lake I';, Magazine said about that it. one Michigander ,............x VENICE MOVIE LOG ee....4.-.++ m
-0-- when he left last
ment, having completed his Mich. : Mrs. Lillian Kelly of .. :r
Clark Lake Mich. Mrs : Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred week there was only one man
!government service in Geneva ; Hazel 'I i
Switzerland Romig and Mrs Florence Churchill on Freemont Street left there and he Just couldn'tget GULF THEATRE TROPICAL i

""v Mrs Billmgton is the widowof Bugh of Akron; Mr. and Mrs. I have been doing a great deal his car started i Th.t:Pri.-Kit. J... I'll I* DRIVE-IN I THEATRE

FIVE GENERATIONS Mrs Olive Miller, 86, left of St the late Dr R W Billing Earl W Stevens of Eaton Center : of entertaining lately with their A ?KI.IMH APFAKSurrlnt I Kiln t 9w''
North .
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Petersburg. is the oldest of five generations shown In this ton, who was an orthopedist N. H ; Mrs. P. E. Won!- son Donald and also their Mr and Mrs. George Woodson ; : Bhlrltr JiHin, (Yle I Yxni, 1 Opni Pri Hit .M. L'S.Ofilr<| '
her of daughter and son.in-law visiting Bumford Avenue have been RN pnllon.. l anb. Jens Ifcnhl. :.?. !
phoio With at a recent birthday )party for Mrs Miller in associated with the late Dr. ford Grand Rapids; Rafael I KM
gt Petersburg are left to right her daughter, Mrs Sol Hunt. Fred Albee Mendez of Mexico City Luis them. Donald Churchill left entertaining lately with holi i ...-M..T............. II PER CAR ,

tt, Ravenna Street Nokornis; Mrs, Hunter's daughter Mrs Plantation punch and five Pachero of Spain; Wanda 1 Sunday to fly back to Ann Arbor day and birthday parties for e J... II.Id.Jl->! pre.-".'.,"Son, J... IT.11-HIJok. t
Duke Wilson Mobile City, Nokomis: Mrs Wilson daughter, kinds of southern fruit cake Ward of Cedar Rapids; Rema Mich, where he works as friends A surprise birthday .PAIN' IIPIIINS WFFKKNnS I Ii .. I..d-- IWxkj "Mi' km.THB 4

jlrs, Raymond Baxley and Mrs Baxlev baby daughter were served For entertain Berg of New York City; Rafael I a research chemical engineerwith party was held for Mr Woods i 8..m4 mrr n Tr. Trvr H..di.llonohu.. ",.r..l., ("P.,7.... 1 I !: rAST AN., 'TDK: H'RIOl'ft
Tammy, 840 Laurel Ave. Venice Mrs Miller has 29 grandchildren mcnt, a hootenanny was arranged Menedez of Egypt; Col and Gelman Instrument Co and also one for Mrs Carl td & .... Conet ./. t
46 Mrs. Frank Van Richard Mrs. Churchill said she was Nordmark who also celebratedher Colt Vlo.RhT'
great-grandchildren and four creat-Ireat-Irand- with Dr. Adolph Anderson Wyk I s TNR nawgi
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I quite sure Don got Florida natal recently Neigh H. PiaL a h. I Manin.' A.h7 M (i d.. !
children most of them living In Florida of Huntington N Y. Doyle of East Orange, N. J. : day

playing an Alpine harmodo- Walter Davidson of Indian. sand in his shoes last Thursday bora_._._and friends attending the .1lNJVl1NlMNINIl1,...*........P#.......
apolis Ind. Mr, and afternoon when the family en. --- --
Mrs
odlesock and LouiS Suter, a ; I l.Ml\. 11 I I
banjo mandolin. Bernard Freedman of Toronto joyed a day on the beach at T

Joint Church Program Guests were Mr and Mrs. Canada and Mr. and Mrs. Sanibel and Captlva Islands

Adam Marshall and Mrs. A Paul Martin of Sault Sainte with their daughter and her
Lawrence of Anchorage Alas- Marie CanadaLibrary husband. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -- BuTCH'S JlUJ.16. 17 18

Seven Christian denomina- appearances and the final lee ka : Mr and Mrs. Hugh Dallasof DeLisle from Detroit Mich ,

tons md other affiliated orS tures in the series will be held r: Franklin Tenn ; Miss' EdIth They both recently graduated
Ijamzntion will present the in Miami Feb 28. i I Fish of West Newfield Maine: Lists from Wayne University on Dec +. 33I
J.,4th: annual program on "World Theme this is the interpretation I'I I Mrs. Helen Kellett of Ames. ]13 when Mrs DeLisle receivedher ??
Mission of the Church"' In Florda year bury Mass. Mrs Orrie M.s. Degree and Ralph his
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beginning in Jacksonville of the ecumenical I ISluiter of Grand degree in Electrical Engineering -I
19There movement as presented In the ;i Mich Mr and Rapids Latest BooksTwo i.7 .j
iJan interdenominational mis s i Ion : Mrs Norman -0Midshipman M E '
will be 20 speakers study theme, Southern Asia" I Harcourt of Centerville, Ind ; 1/C James R.. RlC .

(touring the state and two will and the home mission theme, Mrs, Courtnev Armstrong of new encyclopedias, an< Pasch of the U. S. Naval Academy 00

.peak In Englewood Jan. 29 at "The alangmg, City Challengesthe Knightstown Ind : Mrs Jessie twenty other books were added Annapolis spent his holi

englewood: Methodist Church Church" | Bailey of South Effingham, N.Program's this week to the stacks at Venice day leave visiting! with his parents .

|The Florida Chain of Mission The program is mterdenomi I Free. Public Library. Mr and Mrs Louis N

larr Assemblies arranges the national and interracial The encyclopedias are the Pasch on Shumock Avenue in

ThemeIs 1984 edition of Encyclopedia North Port James will gradu. LADIES DARK DRESS SHOES
Britannica and Compton's Pic. ate from the academy in June 4-7N:'
\\I I Venice Area Church Directory tured Encvcloped and Mr and Mrs. Pasch plan VALENTINES or BUY ONE PAIR .t

Foster WeekNational Two books by Lamer on Income to attend the graduation and tw S1A Regular Price and buy C1
tax now in the library 'the "June Week" activities Second Pair of equal |

are Your Income Tax for -0- V or lest! value| I
I TFN1CII: : WMBtr Of Ton SKVRNTH: OAT ADVCMTItfTPIKMH Stephen Foster 1164 and Arco 14 Income Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson t
V.n g,.W.r .t II,",. h....* .i. Week was observed I the Cecil "
a... Vlrttir. 11..__ PxtorItindur Trail. 4 W Its atNnauwn by Tax Guide on Talbot Street entertained -
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Srhoul It.M tmMont _. .. P4P an Music Society at the January Other new reference worksare guests for a day last week *
U. I. Gera LADIES CASUALS
... Wonhp. II , w.dn.d7 I..'.',''''' kr.k4, moo..Slot 11_.'..... /A5. pr. 1'.... IOan_t T ae 1'.._, _.... tion at the home of Mrs Lester 1003-11164.1 American Book of per from Milwaukee, Win The PENALJOS
Wendt on B ynard Drive Authors. 1600 1 1900" and"Tw..nheth oerpers have rented a homeon FORTUNES SO or2pr. SI AS5
NOIITS POSIT C.ABIOTTE
ntNICR-NOKOMIS MKTHODIST I HI HI'MUD My Old Kentucky Home," Century Authors" East Hyde Park Avenue and
A_ a Pommti ....,
ita g1MarJana c- M41w.
herself
.. accompanying on the "Junior Bonk of Authors" by -0-
tent _. Pro.emAa T.rn.ss J. ....' 51.arr.Rands .
...._. ails a.... sad II II.t01 ..... _-..bl. .hwvwiHr auto harp wan. the Footer number Kim tz: School and Library Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Deme
Lw.nwnl.. .. ', (A_ MU ._......_ used to celebrate the corn'poser's Atlas' nf the World," "Dicti!"n. rest have returned to their LADIES DARK FLATS
khndt .
q
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Yeti Pllo..by. Iae I nmr memory Foster is one arc of American Biography"and home on Malaluka Road for a
TRINITY MLTMOUIHT( ('HI UH of two American musicians to ppleinrnt American winter vacation They spent COVER GIRLSGLAMOUR *
CHKANIEL LUTHERAN CHUI' (_..,, Una.AM. be accepted to the Hall of last S9
in
MiamI.
M S. Tarred Tuft 4a.a.q .. A. ...._. Ma.a.sad. Book of Days" by Douglas Sunday visiting .' DEBS Tip,.
FKt r. Th. lUt (t>rWCtorrk L ., -. 5,45 a.,.W_.. t' Fame and each year all fed "Complete Book of Etiq iett The Demerests are from New (JI.
Srhooll pea UK.gcWiim crated music clubs honor him by Vanderbilt and The 1963 Jersey.
tabs t- 1I/'tJrAL. Misloa the second week in January
Al Oaaat Report of American Iron and! -0-
LAluwa p.., r.da.. ,,"'.... Mrs Robert WilliAms, program Steel Institute" Mr. and Mrs Horace' Rice DISCONTINUED CANVAS SHOES
LUTHERAN
i 5.s .5 u."CaURCat al 5.01.. 55: :-.W,: _... s..a chairman, combined: the i New non.fiction works : on East Safford Terrace said
tin 1In. II..... a. M..r.. 4M.OOM, Fouler program with <>ong "American Way of Death" by their goodbyes on Monday
? BAPTIST CHI RtJHK MISC SHOES
Flag
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wa.Ap to ,.. Bbl from Ute Kentucky Moun when Mary's mother Mrs
Liao Milford "Vietnam Diary" by
50,47 Srboul I II *._ I All Sol. Shoes 83
elr CUan I.li ..... Tki .... <.* .*. .&. a41,1.1..hrrw tains" explaining the back. Tregaskis 'Rotks Remain Alice Smith and two aunts IY

t ... .? "rSwutar ;i....' &1ad ground of these folk songs. Re. I by Maxwell and "Youth: The Displayed; on Tables a
pigs, CHURCH or CftlUST, 11 ... .-.. ww>hit > ....- cord ings of a program by Years from Ten to Sixteen" IIIIIIII IIII IIII IIIIiii'11i111I1I1IIIIIIIIIIIWATCH
set PNTltera. : .44, ., To P....
p m c children from the : School
wit v...... A_ Y.aSill. Decoy by Gael)
v... .. in Kentucky were played "
bonus New fiction books are: Living -
5..ie." II a. ,.... ..... LADIES BEDROOM SLIPPERS
.&.... a.iay II as W.d..Ml.. '....-. II. 1'- Number:" included "S had y Reed' by Buck, "Naked FOR J
wded7. 5 p a Grove "Pretty' Fair Maiden"and Came I" by Weiss: "Ice Sta \
..a..Aa. Roo.., II a.m U d... ..II, CHURCH or THE NAtAR N* "Guide Me. Oh Thou Great lion Zebra" by Mac'Lean; "All VENICE ALL STYLESBROKEN S2.49
"w aud7..nd hoi d.... ..< PH.W pmiUi VniMJwt Jehovah." SIZESBLITCH'S
... .. the Gods and Goddesses" by
.I. inn 1 to a VM4. of 4a.cUM 41, sad. fMC PARADEof
M A.d..... M,nbur Mrs. Williams accompany Martin and Best American
CRACK!: MK1HODIKT CHURCH .PR.,.,, /411011 Ing herself on the auto harp Stories. 1963 by Foley. I
,....., grOoDi.N B SO .... "
Cormr of tkld .... D..... ... presented two numbers I

Wwrtp,H.........Mil._l I ItoPHtrr M ._ Toulli rm.ltoni Wonk i. 150.! p.".. Wonder. When I Shall be Married DALLAS HOMES I SHOE STORE
APPEAL IN
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ln.d.y Brhonl. Pal: .._ *;...... Swrln. T M p and The Little Photos
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".. ,. Wad_ P.ra MMI.e, 1 r5 v.CALVAVY In
.h nlc I1.4K (.M.K of the Decoy School were displayed DALLAS. Tex (AP) a YEAR I
Y. F. t.oi) HDLBl letter read all Dallas 3 209 W. VENICE
RurossnI1HIt1CR pastoral in = AVE. VENICE
Btudr, 1,li ".., W"' _. I ANNIVERSARY I
or vrNitr OARPRNSI4fll Method churches BishopWilliam i
., The hymn of the month Be ,
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CATHOUO Th. HOT. Nun kr..k i 110.SliM" .Orl.. PKu !Still I My Soul" was sung by I C. Martin urged U 1
.. rmiECH: OK THE rflPHANTin ,l., .Srhool, t.41 .... Mrs J. Lumjev accompanied Christians in the area to purge ---
.. Uuh. IMv. anH teruuM..... Mammy Wonhlp' U.MHy.a. ar.e by Mrs Russell Twing i their lives of the "insane bit.
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Tehebad' 4Dvmil u, r : paBT.
iI&. A.. Twenty-eight members and terness and hatred" which In.
Mar' Gr.. W. COO..I..
...... IIAPR..r.ll11 CHURCH guests were present Assistingthe spire such crimes as the

5rd7 Crap. .wln4, W.da45 .Oil' .KNGI.JoWlOODR& .....:. C.a.a4Prw : hostess were Mrs. Ed assassination here of President
101La: tot mm. 1010. m.lini.j K.. W.
Orr..i.t 11. a.la, U I Se.a Roush and Mrs Paul Webinga Kennedy, ) t I
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MARK"I rPIHCOPAL CHI(ROM c.o_. Adall 0- 5,44
KM.' tt ones lo .IIM n.r ., 1'l, and ra .Rar. SNACK BAR O'DOLAN'S BAR
"" .... Dnt. D.,> ..... Raw .mind 7 H.loom.bIR_" KSOITH >. lOll....... 81..... I
'&.ad., S.nlc4. Now For Second SemesterST. C UE DINING ROOM
M! .... vria. 0.nkr.
Holr O... ..... i PLO AND TOM DOLAN, Owners
110 ..... "...11p Wurahlp HorallifPr.r VKNirr BAPTIST HACK BILLIARD ROOM
.. l 110...... Nash Dr: Old Bf>.1_ *<'. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ;, finest PIZZA this side
5'M .... Adult BH,,to Rude andChnnh R... Arthur M tfl\T\ Pram ,
SchoolIB. .., 41 f.mSi L of Ireland
hat: > ..I.. ..... ..dttorevm. Sun. < Hrtnol,. ..
.rlr. rf W h p It 1M PARISH DAY SCHOOL I II I Pool Tables 3 Snoole I Billiardt SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES

nN'CBlIBL&: CHVKCHttt "Genu"aory; 8011," KOSHER CORN BEEF
I I"? RAPTIBT S. T.m,. "l Trail 5M RIVIERA ST. VENICE
CHURCH or nN1CI!:
Rchtnl' R. I...,,... Pwlor. Hi* II... B. P. Roh., ........ P "*o, U OPEN 10 a.m. to Midnight ITALIAN MEAT BALL
JM*, grkool. t.41 a. ...d., SchoolItonKIp 1'10 as PHONE 488-3401 OR 488.2186SEE' PHONE BAR-B-O PORK OR BEEF
1V01Ohi.. Swln, 11.00 ... S.rK... Ivan: .-... SUNDAY I:30 to Midnight
,,.10,., u...... IaO: p... SuadtT Rov"i.R S.r.le... 7:55: p..i. I : p.m. Located Just South of Intersection of
v ..d HIM It..d,. t.l 0 P... 488.1 1153
: Playa
Route
: 775 and U.S. 41 On The Trail
;.: :..:::::.. 7a.a Widimd.r _

I I B DINING SPECIALS

THURS ROAST LOIN OF PORK $I.40

FRI. FRIED FILET OF SNAPPER $1.40

SA. HOT SLICED KOSHER CORN BEEF $1.40 "

I SUN. ROAST BEEF AU JUS. . .$1.40 B/.Y-VISTA/

1890 S. Tamiami Tr. Veniea
RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGEBeach
F
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FISH FRY ni 50 All the Fish

LOBSTER SPECIALFRIDAY Every Friday 0 you can eat.

CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE SALAD BAR I

AND SATURDAY \ ROAST TURKEY SUNDAY DINNER 2.00

CALL 474 1880
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Come by Boat Come by Car L Open I 11.I. <.m., Dinner- Served -From.. S.- p.m- ,. to -9 p.m.- ,.

THE DECKHOUSE 8


TARPON CENTER CALL 483-2391


CLOSED_ TUESDAYS_ sr LUNCHEON EARLY WYNN'S STEAK HOUSE


Served u.s. 41, 4 Mi. South of Venice 4882295
from I 12 .to 2 .
PJTIDINNER
DUGOUT DINING ROOM OPENS 12 NOON

LUNCHEON SERVED DAILY

t' u,A, '4 + Served Bull Pen Piano Bar Open Nightly

us from 5 to 10 p.mPLEASANT I .
1 FRIDAY SPECIAL-

:: 12 I Pound Main Lobster Dinner . . $525 1 t I
INFORMAL SUNDAY CANDLELIGHT BUFFET-

SPACE JAN. 23rd JOHNNY ELBRECHTat SURROUNDINGS I'. Served from I to 6 p.m. Prime Rib of Beef $3.95 } !


the ORGAN NIGHTLY OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. TO 2:30: A.M.THE .
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'" 1- --- .. FISHING NEWS [Little League I Bridge Scores : BOWLING


ror'J" plague Bad' the weather fishermen continues as only to La-V.-Na, Jaa 8uN.S. I _j I

sporadic catch dtta been I Junior Division 1-Mr. and Mr. Mark Evers,
turned in to bait BVA.\ I
shops. 2-Mrs. Carter Harrison\ and
From Lou Betzner at North; Oen L. H. Mtllser. T7H-
Jetty, Fish Camp, earn this report vn FbW n" F I4 1tiN<< .
BUYING ORBUILNG Registration Set 3-4-Mr). J. U Cornwall and Early Wynn Gertrude Klask. OUen'i _
Bob Kimball and wile, Nokomis Myron Schoenfeld, '1. err ITT and 47j Tommy Temp.
three trout, and Tom Mc 3-4-Mrs. R. N. Gould end I'I*." Eerl (3syt kiss, Westera Auto, 204; x..r. ,
Cartney Nokomis Mb. snookTbes Registration for participation MM. J. J. Nosiest 71 land I,: Tom H."' BWktera Burdin. Heber's Sinclair, MI
catches from the My m the junior division of Gulf EW. and 308: Joha &aCUooe Venice Camera 823; Went
akka River "er* registered' at Little League this year will be 1_MM. Harry Lawrence and 201 Od 213 and 111: Enaleo Auto 2321. Standing: olaeayBake
..
Snook Haven: held Saturday morning at Venice Mif C. E Bryant 19'''t. Anchor Bail Hous and; Sound I ?. S7-l, Reiser's Suvcuoj32t
W H. Sheteld. Beckley W Civic Center from 9 a.m. 3-A. 0. Campbell and Alex wood Florida W7S: Anchor -2SVi and Ballard'f' Texac
? Va., two bass up to 3 tbs.. and until noon. Gait 61. Oil.JP1 Staadlftl': Anchor ()..l51.a. 4343 sad. Palnun By Quan
a 7Hbsnook.! Calico BUI Boys who will b* 9 before 3-Mrs. H. J Ridlon and Mrs. ne Wckkotw 41-31.aDd 4343.
plug; W. H. Sheffield Jr., a JIb Aug. 1, 1964 and. not 13 before F. C. Raebura 54. Bill. Phillips Feed 341.3314. Earl, Wy.* CUssl .. j""
bass; Joe Mixon and Jerry tile same dale are eligible. En-Ve-No, Jan 6th rtea. Tabele/ Suncrly'f 2TJ t illbe hlghitisuigl '
Lee Mixon Sarasota bass. tattk's 11ft,* league game of th ,
,
*
a I Registrant must be accompanied I-Mus Sarah Piper and How. -Martha Roberts. Shoo lac.. stv
two bluegill worms; James A.Vuslebe I by either a parent or fan. H* won a cKampagn tklsteak
ard Muggins.! 41 I |Ill and. 4455, : Floes CaUaha.., .
.4 Arlington, Va a 4- "ia.* in the Dug Oul
and must bring a
guardian 2-Mr. and Mrs. T. K Horsy,. Britten's Furnitur, 4JS: 8"t.tOil" -
lb. red, shrimp Dick Schneider Insurance and Black Beauty Bcwlag
; birth certificate and a $2 2319.Slaadiags a
\ CHECK THE ADVANTAGES OF FINANCING AT Sarasota 1-lb. bass and two fee.Sector. 3a1i.3MrL. W E. Hendrix and Furniture Shoes 131. Inc.V'd 38-13, Bald from Early Wyna Lan
m-lb. bass, Bit) and : Pry put together
spoon; Lee
gamesof
division boys IX Mel
and
3T.
sges Mrs Lydia Double 33-18,
Engteweod Bank
19 bass and 171 for 651
DoG Markley Sarasota 254,222 Rudy
14 and 13, will register Saturday En-Ve-No, Jan. 7U1Col 24-26.
\ and a catfish' artificial black Jao 23 at the Civic Center Wood System Rutan 231: Gerald Duke 221
FEDERAL IN VENICE Vincent bison and e.rZO'h. \ Helen
FIRST worm; Dick Whitesker and Bill from 1 to 4 p,ra. This will Mdr Insurance and 211; Bill Van How un
82.
Sales,
Hawkins Venice, seven bus, 3 attend Buaklrk Sill Trailer Wa steak dinner willy his )5|
enable the older boys to
-col.. Ira Nelson and Myron '
flicker
Elmer ,
to 3-lbs. artificial black 204 and 464; game and 640 serIes.
the baseball clinic in the mornIng -
worm; and George Lyon, 7-lb this Schoenfeld, 77. Suncoaat Motel 185; Joe Early WIIII Senlore..ToWBullock ;
Youths U to
prior Van-
3-Alex Gait and Charlie 47e WIlL-
chub. Klank.' Witt-Du-lM ;
Dana I 132 Marc Power
; IN
1 not eligible.
MODERN OPEN-END LOANS Roy' Sporting Good report Aug. are derwater, '5. Du-Inn 841 j Sil's Trailer Sales and 323; Leonard Crane UO;
Tb sam registration requirements 4-IJrt. Carter Harmon and VTill-Du-Inn I
ed the following' : 1799 Standings: Bonnie Belts 391.
A. M. Sherman. Venice 21's-1 prevail for the older I Gen. U H. Miller. 72.li. 3$-22, Southern Spring 8Stamping I Early Wyaa Junior*- Colm
\ \ REASONABLE INTEREST RATES and 12-tb. snook usmg Varas- grou*. Woman. Club, Jaa. ash 35-S5 aM Pvwdef I Curtis 124 and 351.; Mike Graft
\ pook. Shakett Creet; A. M. League officials haw advised NS Putt Beauty Stop 35-23. 18) and 535.Enjlewood
\ MODERATE CLOSING COSTS Shermaa, IDS' and 14Mb.' that! formal practice sessions 1-Mrs. Mark Even and Mrt South Florida Construction Elementary..
snook using nurrorlure, Shak- are not permitted until C. E. Bryant 10Ha. Helen Wiggins. BUtch's Shoes Karen Payne 10; Fred Eajtr
ett Creek; Claude Booth, South Feb. 15, when the league insurance 2-Mrs. Carter Harrison and Iii; Bob Stephenson Cap 113.
\! LONG TERM BUDGET PAYMENTS Venlc and Rober Humphrey, goes Into effect. Gen. L. H. Miller 100. Haze Water Works. 209; Maria : Venice Eleneatary Con.ni .
Harbor Lights 40 trout using C. A. (Chuck) Reiter, president 3-Mrs. James a. Kalec and Surds, Publix Markets, 479; Beit 121 ; Kent Frady 1)7;
ahrimpv Venice Inlet. of Gun Little League for W. Prior 11. Tommy Tompkins Cape Has Jeff Sourbeer 137.
t NO PREPAYMENT PENALTY the past three years, is serving EW. Water Works: 530 Standing: : I L e m o a Bay Bantam* ,
ss commiwioaer. player agent 1-Mvroo Sehoenfeld and Leo Blitch'a Shoes 44-24 Th Paint I Cheryl Smith 113; David B'A
DIRECT REDUCTION SAVES YOU INTEREST Outboard Club and chairman of the registration Eaton 99',. Mart 43+.-24'i, EJlCJeweod Savings : lock 130.Bewler.
committee this year. The 2-Mrs. C. C. Gardener and *> Loan 43-23 and Cap I of the Tear Tounu-\
new president is Harvey Rohl. Mrs. D. A. Hathaway. I$. Hue Water Work 43-33. l meet Winners Ladies; N d.ra .
FRIENDLY, PROMPT ATTENTION wing 3-Mrs. W. C. Bose and Mrs The !Stragglbig Bowlers Trio Bate <2t: Fran Bullock:
In Sunday Cruise T. A. Parrott. W'',. Berneta Dorrun, Norwood 512; Lois Benrfichl 534. Men:
.. .. En.Ve-No, Jan. 10th( Roofing 114 and 491; Norwood Jack Bullock 663; Coy Lamoni
Plans tor a cruise. to LaCoata Jesuit Defeats NS. Roofing 444: Action TV, 178.; :I 844; John Scajhone 830; Her."
]Ialan4 Sunday were made at 1-Mias Sarah piper and. How Standings: Mel Wood System man Duke (28.Myakka.
SEE HARRY RABY OR PAUL LANIUS TODAY the meeting of and Huggms, 83'i. 34-11 Nowrood Roofing 28-19, I
tomi* Outboard MMcecfub Kaydets, 4910The 2-MM. U M. Carlock and T. Action TV. 22-23: and Rosen
last week M. Shaver 78.3Mra. TV, 8-JT. Lanes
Venice Office Kaydets of KM I, down Ruth' Serene and Mrs Fdge-VaB Predate InsuranceEm
Cruisemaster Harry Sjoblom 31-21 at the end of three quar- _
announced that the club wkUfathC Fred< Bridge. 71 Mayleban. Land-O- Blakwk Usuraac Hedge
Oault's Marm Pia taro Milled fop 19 points In EW. Sun, 221 and 580; Bud's Barber Power.. Duncaa Ch'Y\'Olat, II;>.
601 South Tamiami TrailS cida. aM at !IMMbe" at Itm. a. tie final period but It went for 1-Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Carson Shop 983; O 1 G Metals 2895. 621; EvJyn't Fabrics JOCJ,
for LaCoat naught as Jesuit won the nonconrerence 75.2bin.. Standings: O it O Metals 44-24. Duncan Chevrolet 2363. Bowler
( TTsdu Boda is commodore.ELFERDINK'S clash by a 49-40 C. R. Ptullip and Weeks Machos Shop 4l-T. of the week, Madg Pow.r .
score Saturday night at the Mrs Doris Westaway.:\ 4. Clare-N-Jo ApU. 39'i-28H and Shirley Cocknll of Bea Jenkirn
Tiger gym In Tampa. 3-Vaa B. Carter and W. HTornlinson. Paynes or Englewood 39 H28Vi.Masosu :! \ Realtor converted< the 4-7 split
Jesuit ran up a big 15-3 advantage 64. Joe Klask. Masters Standings: Duncan Chevrolet
FIRST in the first eight mini Venice Contract Rridg Cleat, 2W and 328; Imps, TS7 and, 54-:2; CustomliD Home, 47V'
ute, of play and outscored the J... Itth 2264. Standings: Imps ft-2. 28"; Worfer's One-Hour Mituilzing >
liquidation Continual Caydet by a 22-14 margin In N.!'. Square M and Ruffians HEnlewoodVenloe -. 42.34.
Up T* .9% Duoount tbs second and third quarter I-Miss Lucy Journeav and Fran FalsUff Early BiNs Still

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTAMAIN BUSINESS & I PROPERTY Robert Hankin of Jesuit Mrs. 3, J. Neaton, 1MZ Bullock Bluebirds Ill; Carl Miller, Ellis Auto :Service, 23;
FOR SALE was the games top point maker -Mr.. T. A. Parrott and )Qr.R Piers, Brokers. ITt; Amelia H.: Wtnkman. Pur Oil 381;
with 11. for KMI. guard F Wilcox 100. Muck Mocking Birds 432; Lewi Pools, 849; Land+&A,
OFFICE SOUTH GATE ST. ARMANDS Fred Toocray was high with 2374. Dora !Banes 200.J11Standings.
Mr. Jack 503
ELFERDINK'SOpry. J- and Mrs. R. Contel- Bullock Bluebird ;
200 South Pineapple 35SO South Trail 361 Herding Circle nine points. man, 9*. Brokers TJ1 and Kid: Standings Purl Oil. Seymour
FUrUi Music and Ellis Auto
Burr Prewitt again paced E.W. : Birdie 23-4. Bluebird Service,
1:30 f. S SMM. I M. 5 his Xaydets Jayvee 1-Mrs. c. E. Bryant and< y. 11"-111"1 and Untouchable 8-4
with" 29 points to K. Patton. 114, 11.14.En.lewe04. Seaiof riUitas LU Swuh.er. .
a 3-39 verdict. The 2-Mrs. Harry Lawrence aDd 169-432; Jan Manzi, 214.SU .
for varsity Is teamma".J i Leo Eaton, HAdm. FaUaff Florence ; Stnkes, 1008: Has Seem,
C aid we)!. Grove City M, 2960. Bowler ol the week, E.
three while
3 .
game, : and Mrs. IV C. Hus 170
Is 12. 'Of93'i.. ; Judy Embury. Willow Miller and Caroline Jenwn.
Lane Court 187 and 473; Standings: High Divers 40-24;
THE VENICE SHOPPING CENTER MERCHANTS ASSN. 'Kirk" Kuykendall. Engle ood Skunk Hollows and Spares 36-
IF ITS fOR SAL I E ADVERTISE Laundry, 234 and SSg; Grove 28Cubs: and Hot Dog. 33-M
I City: 64. S73 and 232ft. Standings Thursday Night MhLed-l..iM
: Englewood!: Saving! Jt S nd.r.. 184; Barbara Ysrger
PresentsTATHAWS .. THE VENit C:: GONDOLIER :loan 4922, Pete's Tavern 3921 489; Harry Yarfer. J13-JM;
and Grove City M, 3.-2J. Gulf Coast Development. 5M.;
Royal Cabinet: Co., 2327. Bowk\
ers of the week. Harry Yarger
PETTING ZOO
and Liz Hilt. Standing: Rotate .
Cabinet Co.. 43-2311yakka:!

([Got car headaches ? ) Enterprise.Electric LlUrelt 37'Concrete.-30'4.42H-23H Teachers-; Ftsktr


John Davis. 237-523; Laura
Ferguson 133; Vera Davit
fc P.s.No.1.On/y/ Iu'JJIerlitt. 414: Will Do's. J9T; Clean
TAME Sweeps 589 Will Do' 1S&
flit lei II tllese ; .
Bowlers of the week, John Davis
i.; "!; b4nw' utra nbi ftjturts sod Laura FergUKHi. Standings .

f JSafe,aotdAdwnredt : Clean Sweep, 44-24;
BABY and MIDGET < I I'nll! C..elrs.ti.a Tour Points, 31-31. Luck Joes
A 1 Dree-Ch iiMtarMf.Ug 38-32.
) if to the not1neJD.a11..S.hly Car II l a g' Black Land
Scratch Chuck Taylor, 2C:
; ANIMALS OwnitasguzztaT BawM mr by car costs? Irak. ole.".teA Bill Grove C40; WoLf c's Martiaizing. -
thirsty car is an ei- Get instant relief with a Rambler Arnured eihawt Va- 970-2744. Then were
pensive headache.But _Ill vi... start with the lowest .. .. 28 gam rolled over 200 and
a Rambler American i h prmd U.S..builtcu..EnJOyhlllh VCiMed-glais side three 500 series Bowler of the
famed for ward-win. trade-in' value;muy: Rambler. wiuiowa.ah.dsb week, Bill Grove. Herm
rung fuel economy tra value at no extra coaL VHt. f.T., Travel{ Duke cam* up with a :rlII\
LAMBS 0 GOATS lac' II 0.f 1.agoarP.SN3L open[ bowling following league
play Standings* \Vt'l Auto
CHICKENS DUCKS Service. 38-18; Nokomis 'IIa'"
RamkltK macy, 30.24; The Men's Shop.lAl' ,

WHITE TURKEYS by r"tt.! 'u means tap quality It Outdoor. 2921Housewives and lIodl.rP.intlllL.

lonl' '. Ai1ICI'119watprlCSi' Vera Davil, I
PEACOCKS 0 DOGS beauty Rambler American Wimmer's Real Estate. :13;

pay effcra yeu th*to v.t. Marilyn Botch 39Z; Wimmer'i;
and many others tt Ie priced modtU bvjl Real Estate 7182038. Bowler
my.e r Does your biitn nttle? in th* U.S.A of the week MarUyn Roach and
Vera Davis Janet Eiflefie1d
Rambler's
Advanced
or Unit picked up the, I-T.IO II'lil.Standln.s .
\ cw.ij; ) Construction : West'. Auto Service
; hat _
I root no body bolts to. _
Wunmr' Real Estate
looMa and rattle) t
FASCINATING F I Children K 1-2 Beauty: Stirode Shoo Jewelry, 53. and Am

and Adults by this unusual collection w-.wYrwMed... d-wwrt.wa.,4wA4a..uwka .,....ea.n. Sunnier Nursery Lyl'
Ross, Venetian Gardens, Zit;
of{ tame and friendly animals from aIr Al Simmons. Bard Manufacturing

over the world.ENTERTAINING. Get instant relief-get Rambler 6 orV'8I den, 967 Co.; Bard J89;Manufacturlrt Venetian Gar-

t 297t Bowler of the week. A4
Pastir. Standings: Honda
Dairy and American Le_"''.
I I I special feature of ENTERING THE CORAL. wfaere the animals! can 4-0; Wishing Well, Spear lie,
and Bard Manufacturing O
be fed and petted provides rare entertainment for everyone. 31.
Out aa4 Dolls L. r r'
Bivens, 219; John Hunter, 36i-:
Martha Stevenson, 198; Janet
SPECIAL from the Holy land k a Sicilian Donkey that das the SIGN OF THE CROSS 01it* Trimmer, 517; Grant's Women
1 1a.mayr and Pabst Blue Ribbon, lull.;
back ONE OF THE WORLD'S RARE ANIMALS. .Grant's: Women, 2D41; Blalock
]Insurance, 2869. Bowlers of the

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Monday, January 13 Through Saturday January U WOLFER MOTORS, INC. =I HOMES

915 S. TAMIAUl mil VENICE flORIDA 1 I) YEAR

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THURSDAY, JANUARY R.1944
THE VENICE GONDOLIER I
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-E'wood Legion Seniors, Handicapped UrgedTo t I ISenior




Sale Saturday. Register In Job Poll



ENGLEWOOD The semiannual citizens and physical. as It is hoped that many job"I I

rummage and bake sale ly handicapped person are for all will be the ultimate
r urged to register Saturday between result.
of Lemon Post
Bay Unit
278 ( am. and 5 p.m. "The purpose of the Total

. American Legion Auxiliary will Phil Salvatori chairman of Employment Committee is to

be held Saturday from ( a.m. the Sarasota County Chamberof help the handicapped," Salva-

) THE VENICE GONDOLIER Houses:: For Sale Mobile Homes I'urlda!, rlthia .Ia ......d.. .ntho until 5 p.m. in the Legion headquarters Commerce Total Employment Lori said.
LegalIN loos N. dale of .. tint pubtlasua.. etlIIi. McCall Committee, said the committee "We cannot adequately do(
\ CLASSIFIEDRATES Natenlaab .. on Road.
SOUTH VENICE IN THe IvIUNTy JUDGIC'a DOURT Naas bound .,l bs I. ii In a position to help our job unless we know how
Furnished $10,000 BARGAIN. Concord 10x55, 1N ANI) poa SARASOTA ('()UNTY .,lane, OIId .Ia .v.II....' .h.U ..... Mrs Jack Long, chairman of those eligible but because they many people are to be helped.
II I 2 bedroom, Florida screened patio Carport. Waterfront l IN PRQBATO tha .1_ or ...I .... and |M..t aftlrid the committee of arrangements have not There are industries interested -
room Of RBI K8TATK orBUIABBTH .. previously registeredand
screened porch, car port, util Lot 54, Harbor Light. M SMITH. I br tha Claimant'. hi. ....., ar hi. .. urges and do not know the total number in locating in Sarasota
ity room plus outside storage Wm. P. Hsagy. 488.6198. A/It/A UBBISJ M, SMITH, _. "bawl i shall .ba aaoompanlod b> a '1.00 friends to make donations of are unable to do so. County if we can provide an
t Charge, Rites both Thursday Pmhata. rih Na. UI4 Cilia fo. and anr turfc claim or _..d used and unwanted articles of
. and Monday Editions BuUt-m stove and oven, NO'Mf'II 1'0 common not to flM halt ... void.' ",.. Mini fa. clothing or utensils for the The day long drive coven all ample supply of this type of
ref., washer, drapes Business OpportunityHOME TO AI.'. KKUlTOSa AND PFP.RONSHAVINO mar b. .d..... to Mir amount of claim, of .
rugs, Sarasota
mower ('I.AIMt OK PtMANDS and rl.lm form mar .ba obtain. froaj sale. county with re, labor. There Js no need for
$S1.50 and garden tools AUAlNsr SAID ESTATE tha Counlr titration locations
Ita Judfr.1. offifta.BKKrNICH including
Twin .... ..... Persons wishing to donate anyone to be reluctant to
. beds in one room. 120x REPAIR and Furniture fOOl 1I0un.. and e.ulyd : SMITH\ .MnKIRBIN. Sarasota Federal in Venice rej.
l word minimum 100 foot corner lot with convenient Repair and busi 'II. aar.. eras. .. ar dma 4 whkh ran. a. AdmlBl.lr.trU c., 4. of t items for the sale may leave and the Chamber of ister," he concluded.
((12 ) Refinishing w h. tile Gtw nr RNaabeA 1Do..., of JUIiabotk .. NnlUi them at the Legion Hall Commercein
; Words tacit 6c circular drive Designed ness. Equipment, machineryand N. aatb./k/a Uhbia M. Imlt!>. D.eretAtb.wt Fri. Englewood. Cooperating with the Sara-
Additional for year round D....d. ku af Swaaota Count. Fri Stale .... Doo.. day afternoon after :2 p.m., or
fort. com stock. Sell as one or eep'I'I .Ida In lie affl., of NPR JOHN T.GKAHAM. tn 101... Rtw5 call Mrs. Long who will make Rotary Anna of the various iota County Chamber of Com
arately.\ Call 488-5732: 1.._ O..,.'? Jndaa .h V..t.... "Iold. I Sarasota Clubs
CASH rite, both THunday MYRON McGLYNN Realtor 110. Cavatr Cos.Nona b "'._.. Psblrbt I... Se. 55e. Feb. I. tats arrangements to have the articles Rotary have merce Chairman are the
Monday Editions 452 p.m. picked volunteered to serve as reg.
, and Shamrock Ph. 4884974BY up. istrars in the drive and state State Employment Service
4earlw Na lien Articles may alao be given to Florida Division of Rehabilita
Misc. Sale
$1.40 OWNER. Low down pay.: For the following members of the employment officials will be
ment. :1 bedroom, 1 bath tPOMT Or CONDITION OP TBS PIMT NATIONAL BAM OP YIVIIK, committee: Mrs. Harry Wyatt on hand to help in answering tion and the Rotary Anns.

|Ill word minimum) home in Venice Gardena Must t z. RECONDITIONED RCA o( Vtaka., lai ... Rtato ... PlorMa. a. tko aMaa af baaliM oa Dar...... M, ass Mrs. William Haste Mrs. Louie, questions.

,., Additional' Words each 5er sell phone 4881827. VICTOR COLOR TV SETS. rn.lbftad ..UXar... n.Y.. "II ,U.Ya.. CMvw1MiuuuT w, Sheppard, Mrs. Don Weekes Salvatori pointed out that Venice, Florid

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NORTH $200 each Sr., Mrs. Bert Bryant, Mrs. women 40 years and over and DEPENDABLE
AIIC.P ".. hi daa* PORT CHARLOTTE;, ACTION TV INC. Assets 45
AIIU men
V. *. 'h... It akana of ... Save $3,000, on beautiful 1 1 I So. Ca>k, kakn" with nrh r ......, ... .a>. Item, li. Hilda: H. Clare Mrs, William and over are considered DRY WALL
Trail Venice
< Hwrrtlaa. H MIIU bedroom home So. .-- .' ell.... ...-. ..................______......1 HT.rTIHOM P. H. Stroud, ). Henry J. handicapped and are eligible -
':' (.: ::: ......tI.. .h.,.afl... with many add 488-4374 V.I... II.... Gown..l ..II..U.... ....., aal Kisthardt. Mrs to regiMer Regardless of SERVICEC.
I
A ....t.. .h.... af .."<. 10 ed features. Down payment ...,....... IN..I one ......, __________n_______.__... IU''U" Clayton the: degree of I
..*, tor >N af /h. GanJotlar. P.O.ta $$3,30000 : FOR SALE Fireplace wood. h..loo.< of SlaM aad ..IIU.., wbdlvbion.Not Rhodes, Mrs. Barbara DeGar- a person's handicap W. Curwood 488-13JO
..,... ill ,.. M U../(..<... assume small mort- ( of aar roMrvn) .._n.._....__...........____.._ MM mo, Mrs. Clifford Cam Mrs he or she should register
page payable monthly $37.50 David Butterfield, Phone 4886443. Olkor. _.... ...., and <_'.'. (Including, 5e/aOM.1// oararitio.of Earl Were .
Owner 119 Aero Ave., phone t lodrral. atouin. and oraoratlon aot ni.r.ntord br U. B.) Mrs. George Stewart .....i'. A ...:. J'r "tiiiosr !!"IAaasrryVae.;:::-"I\d\
ONE EDITION Either 4261741. I Not of an/ e.ensl' ....___nh___.._.._......____._...,_ /45,00/.11 Mrs Norman Coulon Yw/Rttllhr
50 USED TVs 14" 27" working Corporal ._. (Inrludlni' 111,06000 .taca III -....'.1 ab..hl -...
Monday to
Thursday or pepbrPer ) (Not aC.e raomal I ........_.....____......._. U not 00 Members and friends of the You Get The BEST DEALESTIL'S
word 8e WATERFRONT HOME. 2 Bedrooms ardor One group at $25, Loan. and di_... (la.ladas30.01 swdrah.) '''____''..._. I.'''.'.'fI auxiliary are requested to contribute .
IVa baths come early, your choice; one /I'oNIora'' Cnd..ld .._, _- ---__.__..__ ____ .._. HOM homemade
(Minimum 12 words) dock garage, Dlrort laao. flnaarlni. ..............__...........-.-_....-.-.... Joo... cakes, pies
at $35 at
ASH DISCOUNT $". Reasonable. Phone 488- group ; one group $50. Sash .....1.. ownod '171.011.11. furaltun and fl..... 171,010 _. tuo.ao/ and cookies to be offered ten-
2464. $75 up with 1 yr. pix tube and (Bank oromtaoi. end aro .0hJ'" to I Nona Urn aot aarumatl the sale
3 mo. and service 50-50 br bank)
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne 2 BEDROOM. 1 bath. parts anal ..ta owtwd. olhOT than bank prcmlaia] __.............._.. MMind Mrs. Don Weekes and Mrs,
, Florida warranty. Alpha Music fc Ap A...._ ,......... la aorporatlona ar Maw ate oominf Henry J. Kisthardt will be !in
Edition, per Inch $3.00 Room. Golden Beach section pliance, Opp Theater. Since bank prmMa ar .aw ra.1 .a..w On.
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828 Roberts Cwtonwra'llaHIIV, f Ihu bank ;; ; =::... charge of the bake ale, and
Both EdItIons, per Inch $3.50 St., Venice. Make t 1946. Open id! 10 p.m. 488-M13.! oa aoeoptanoai ouUtandlns Nona
offer. Otk to Atoala ., ,, ?_._._. .'.I2U'! will accept donations during

AH classified ,di payable In vevlrs" W H.P. ELECTRIC MOTOR. TOTAL, AS3BTS .-_??..?_-__?.__-/du4N4M: the morning of the sale at Legion
.hlll CORNIa headquarters.
IIARGAIN I
a.'Y .. ,el. tank and Dayton pump.,
advance eitabHthed twao amt ..11... I
except CALL IX>U JACOBS. 4M-IIIT Simpson, 747 McCall Road, En' LIARIUTIIMD

account glewood. naa4. dw.lt. af .tadlrldu.U. .."....hl..... and oorporwiuna .. .._,5tsesns.1s
GULF FRONT Tim' and ...t... aoaooiK' of Individual. ..".....hl... and oorporaucu- 1.aUII4T BEAUTIFUL SITE
, 3 Br 3 Bth. Beautifully fur- Doaialta of Ualtod till'. Ge..,...nt on.ludina', poilal, ...1..) .... 181.01141\ REALISTICLY
CANCELLATION or DIVAN foam rubber. Good Drpallo 11&.. lid polltleal aobdlrUioni' .u.._._____...__. 4TI.l....' PRICED a '
ADJUSTMENT Dished. A. Cond. & Heat. Sra- condition Plus slipcover I.pfl.lbi of baa ....._................._....._________. PUll!' 5.2) acres. Can be used et 5 111 7
wall. 100x500 ft. No city tax. See to appreciate. 488-5656. OartllM and ."1....' .hrk.. ota. _.....-- .----._____........_ OS,171.M Individual homesitei if desire at
Requests for cancellation. tar 488-4000. TOTAL, DBCOHITS .__..._....______ll era lit II
(b) TMal annand d or adjustment beeauieef BLACK LACQUERED Coffee (b) Total I Urn. and >a, .; ; .ix;iu .._ 1:401:III ITMorl 1
, irror mil. t I be made for FOR SALE or LONG TERM ao> or otkor liana, I Mono o* .bank pnmlMO and I Nona TERMS AVAILABLEH.
Lease-Corner, 1 block south Table, 20x46 inches Glass: oa athrr ml .,... .........__......____._____._....___--. H_ P. HORN
Thursday Gondolier' BEFORE of top. Casey Key. $12.00. Phone 1tKll.ai untai and olhor MaMHtia. for bot..d monrr __....... Ni.. .
5 t fjn. on Monday. For Monday Venice city limits U.S. 41. 488-1308. I Palest 1 ru... purrhMod _....__..... __ __.--._......._.a.-..-_ NoM REALTOR USED
CB 2 bath house originally designed _.._ ......... N 'or amount of'' a. bank sod oawadlnp. Nnna CARS
Gondolier BEFORE 5 for conversion and Out r II. I\I"\ ..._.....?.._....--__....._.-....__._... IIIJO U PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S. 215 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE 488-6541
expansion
LADY'S BLUE HARRIS Tweed
pjn. on Thursday. to offices or other coat 1820. Good condition If TOTAL LIABILITIES _.....--_____...,..__...:aaul0aro 41 and Albee Rd. ,

l PHONE commercial, use. Zoned CI-A. Interested call 488.3857.Situation CAPITAL ACCOLNTSato.k '64 FORDS '64

Realtors -w. .____.._..__.... .. ...._._..... ]01_ Illlllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllh.WATCH CHEVROLETS
Byron Markle Ruth May raowM. par valvo par ahara .....__ _1 Nnn.Na.bw..twdia. Two and Four Doors Two and Four Doom500'a
488-3125 488-4706 WantedBABY .........___._. Hone
488-1833. OPOJUWOJ otoek par ...... por aharaNo ._...... sass end Galaiie'i Hardtop and '", para'.
......> ...-... ____..._.._11.110. FOR
VENICE GARDENS. 3 bedrooms SITTING. My home. No. ....... nand .._.____....._. 101_
]: baths air conci itlon. Nat ....... _dl.* .__..__...__ I.GOt 1".110II" VENICE $400.00 OFF LIST
Age 2-f. Hour I:M s.n.
e.I.l __.___..._.... aue.e'5.
Real EstateOWN ed. No broken Can be seen 1:30: pm. Phone 468-1111. U.ara..iiaIs ______.._......_._....."_. aOTnas,
by appointment. Call 48M718 .._.________..__..__ N.. PARADE

A LOT? week days, 488-1770 Sat. and I Female Help Wanted TOTAL CAPfUL AOOOUrfn .________.5 Ielem.n/ ef' '60 '61 '61
Sunday
WANT A HOME
.1 TOTAL UAsrumn. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .._...Hn1asi.M. Rambler Chevrolet Corvette
You get home and mortgage. LARGE NEW 3 bedroom, 2 I WAITRESSES.. Full or part -- HOMESYEAR Convertible

We get lot, even ateven.Let' bath on corner lot. Gulf time. Apply In person Venice ....... NOT'Is. 4-door. Automatic Impala Hardtop
i rtntw'1 de .At .di.. .__.__....... 4H'MM 2
discuss it right now. Coast Blvd. Small down pay. Yacht Club.CAPABLE 3 $995 51795 52595
; M.W L. Owe, Yb'r.M.t a C..hM. .bo..nd
BY MARKLE. Realtor ment. Phone .l. ANNIVERSARY
4882307. : :
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WOMAN to live .loro Kial Mr t+p.d .t naan M .n. ... a u. Y.t .
Phone 488-47M kwl.b.1 and ....w.
BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool with woman needing assist MEMR: U CaASI -
5''Ii ACRES. Waterfront nn 3 home. 2 bedrooms, den, Fiords ance. Prepare meals. Phone
aides Zoned R-3 Multiple 4R8-5550. W. tho anyoe.l Ih.dn ."oot1M rot Mh n.et.6 emdnlo.
or room. 21x31
screened patio and dorlaro. that H h. BOM oiamlrml br .. lad U tk. bo>t of our ks iada..d
Residential Dwelling Phone Furnished if desired Good ftnincing. .kallaf k troa aa4 amoa*.
4881930. 2102 Georgia Ave En- rrfHQTt r. YOUNGBEIU, BR. 1 TRAIL
Personal
W n. PAYNB I PrraatnraRICK
glewood, Grove City. W. MII.LTR

OUTSTANDING VALUES UNCLE JOHN NELSON has a ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. FRONTAGE

(5,000 reduction on this corner nearly new :2 bedroom house Mondays 8 p.m., St. Msrk's WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. 300 Ft.

property Z-J bedrooms, :2 Can handle on small down pay Episcopal Church Parish Hall RAMBLER DODGE
Call 4884794.
buths, 2 carports furnished ment. Phone 4882307. 115? S. Tamlami Trail 88.3965-488"50' at $65.00 per ft.
home. GE. built-ln kitchen
SPECIALIST IN .
circulating, heat. Owner transferred GOLDEN BEACH near gulf Business Personals e Scale Repair S Lubricate Chassis Martin S. Stancik

Two bedrooms, two bathi. TYPEWRITERS and Adding C Front End Alignment Oil Change REALTOR

Waterfront seawall deep 30 'foot Florida room Machines (mechanically operated Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beams

water dockage Modern 3bed. on 112 ft. corner lot. ) Chemically cleaned Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs GREATEST SELECTION! Venice, Fla. phone 488.5443

rooms, 2 baths. 2-car garage. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard .
l Undvaped! lot, 3 blocks to 519 GULF STREET if required. All makos. Venice Radio Repain Transmission Repair -
hank and shopping center Only Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. ..
$1,300 and 488-6113. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
assume mortgage
RentalsCOMPLETELY Alrconditioning Repairs and Installation NOTICE!
Gulf Dressmaking, situations draperies OF HOMES, FOR EVERY BUDGET,
Near View section of Venice. FURNISHED ste. reasonable ttl-HM HOME LOT SEEKERS.We F

enter..gulf This bay lovely and:2 bedroom shopping, HOUSE. Near beach. Season >--- EVER OFFERED! have a good selection ef

2 bath furnished home Reduced rental. 488-6517. 1 Agent for the best home and lot value .

4,500 on account of death in SLEEPING ROOMS. Meals op. SHEPARD WHY NOT SEE ONE available To save you
family time and why not call
tlonal. Call 488-4517 or 474- LUMBER CO. AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT money
today. We have in our
2636. may
OF THESE REALTORS
1003 N. Washington Blvd. COMPANY what
PAUL E. NOWLAND listings just you are

Registered Broker BEACH CO-OP. 1 bedroom Sarasota tooling for.
Ph. 488-1231 apartment. Seasonal rental. can 22,000 Sq. ft. Space TODAY .

488-2889 Or 4884245. ELLIOTT PAULfor 5J H. P. HORN

14 UNIT RENTAL property. '= ACROSS THE STREET REALTOR
ELDERLY LADY for
All compan
occupied. Near shopping ion. Large bedroom. Kitchen ROOT TRUSSES OR ACROSS THE WORLD
owl PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.
gulf. U,800.. Broken
'ected.' Call 488.3(169.( pro- facilities. Quiet. Near town. Alum. Windows & Doors. Let us arrange all details of your moving and storage MODEL HOUSE 41 and Albee Rd.

438-5133. Contract Roofing & Painting I I In East Venice
Venice Transit and
StorageEstablished
Phone 411.2132 Venice
Lots For Sale SLEEPING ROOMS. Outside 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths City Water
Also furnished
entrance.
1947 Formica Kitchen Paved Street $7950.00
2 ADJOINING LOTS In Nokonils apartment. 4883912. I Carport & Utility Centrally-ducted Gal Heat
SS2 E. Venice Ave Ph. 488.13171 Nits 488.3513 488-2592
East. One fronts on Ra. WE BEDROOM efficiency Auto For Sale Screened Porch Prepeired for Air. NOKOMIS EAST

enna St.? the other on River Seasonal or :yearly. 251 Nassau Corner Lot 85 i 150 conditioning 2 Bedroom I Bath
Blvd. Zoned for trailers or St.. So. 1953 FOUR DOOR, 8 cyl. Chew Masonry
houses Phone 4881564. rolet. Good tires, good run
YEN KB I'NFURNIKHhD!' HOMtuoiotli nI'o LOT 50'X 113'H.
[BY OWNER 1. Knl OpUt .. a.,. n. $100.00. Phone GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT
Gulf Shores No. C.ll., UU JACOBS, 411 ttH 4884373. HAYES GROVE N. WIMMERS
I 4884413INTERESTED .
Lot 34 ,00000.
.
J. H. Bu- '" '
nick, 120 S. Pine Sebrinl, Fla, AsKi on th. Gulf;; 2 ., REALTOR

EV 6.0977. bedroom furnished house. Boats For Sale 221 I W. Miami Ave.

3 LOTS> Dragon Rd., South Screened porch. 4881333. i Nokomis, Fla. 438-5308

Venice Sacrifice. $659) cash. 100 THE ESPLANADE. 2 bedroom SALE 20-FOOT fiberglass boat. GROWERSSHIPPERS ?
Call 488-1168 evenings apartment. Beautifully Hardtop Custom Fisherman.

LOT: : furnished. By season or year Inboard, Intercepter 120 !horse- .
742 UNIT 13 Venice Gar- 488-5698. Anchor winch, .
dens, $1,800 net Owner 300 i _____________ depth power finder.engine.Sleeps two. Gal. n 01quality H. N. WJmmers Reoltor
Homes
NE.\!:
Budget
Phone 11th St., Boca Raton. FOR RENTALS ey, head, baitwell, aeriator. o Citrus Fruit REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
395-37M.
In Venice Area Cost $5,000, sacrifice $3,200.

Lets See Phone 488-1619. Agent for Weitem Union Teleqraph And Lots ;
All! r *
VEl'OrM ( I'TE' CHIPS JOHNSON NOW IN SEASON Monday thru Friday to S; Saturday to I FAA ea1R.dl.. W._.
_OWNEH LOU ... ,
JACOBS. .11$1 PetsBEAUTIFUL auraeen so sic. else Do "
Realtor CLOSED SUNDAYS
ELK INLET. Seawalled pries 308 W. Venice Ave. 488-227 MINEOLA TANGELOS w.t.fna. T..u s5 I... 5arewwall
ate boat bases E. I.. Kilton. SIAMESE Seal- HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 518fae

_Bayshore Drive. Nokomts. Mobile HomesNEW point female kitten. 6 monthsold. S TEMPLE ORANGES LoU I Bbrkl. -tram. raIn Bark.M ":
All shots. $15. Phone 488- .>..4 .".... 'hitMlitl. vttar ..4 ..
RIVER LOT. Venice. Good for AND USED TRAILERS 3011. I PINK AND WHITE GRAPEFRUIT -----, ..... !<.-.

at vacation 11,500. cottage. Sacrifice 15' to 50'. See New Moons Fla. e MURCOTT HONEY ORANGESTry r DUPLEX BAYSHORE ESTATESEach N.I UK-. S sub, Mr w.lw.Mitral .
Call (24-8484 Sara. Metro Models. H. J. Darlington Lost ..." Saw Case F.J...t.1" .
IOta. Sales, Nokomis, Hwy. 41. Ph. Our Delicious tide consists of 2 bedrooms, dining area, tile bath, '''.

S SOUTH 4882608. light, airy kitchen with Formica counters and cabinet, -
VENICE. 2 prime LOST 14 carat, 3 opal stone
homesites' near beach. Low- 10' x 46' VINDALE, ALUMINUM ring at Venice High School, TROPICAL JELLIES & CANDIES screened porch, large utility room with entra shower, basin CHIPS JOHNSON .'.

est, price. Box 800. Rtgonlu 1. 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, Friday. Reward. 488-4218. and commode, Frigidaire automatic wISher and dryer. REALTOR :
Springs Fla. heat., lugs gas tank wall GROVE AND PACKING HOUSE Chrysler Air.T emp central heat and air conditioner for each

oven.gas Kelvlnator. sliding doors, Ueated en. Albee Farms Road, North End of apartment, water softener and chlorinator, double concrete 306 West Venice Ave.

Houses For Sale exceptional closet space and Job Printing Venice By-Wey drive and carport, large beautifully groomed lot. Completely -

cabinet, TV antenna, awnings, furnished In excellent tatte. Must be teen to fas Phone 488.2279

2 BEDROOM. Modern .. on covered patio. Not new but repainted CLOSED SUNDAYS appreciated.: ONLY $29,950.FRANK Branch Office Kent Motel

channel Central and refurnished. Nice GONDOLIER: ,- -- -- Trail
heat air neigh THE VENICE: ---- C. RAEBURN 625 So. Tarmamt '
location and wonderful l
M'nditionlnl|
arranged.- Florida Channel room bors. Lot 150 or call at office. 118-121 E Maims' ATS., 251 W. Venice Ave. Phon..1488.1600-488-2649 J Ph. 488-1695 VeniceI

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THTHE AY. JANUARY t&, 1'64
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VENICE GONDOLIER LanesLose
Myakka

TWELVESTARTS KM1 WinsLow 1st 80-74()
Cold As ,
SATURDAY Southeast Nips Both Teams Hitting at a fantast pro en

age in the first quarter s,,,,,


St. Pete To Venice Rac Kaydets, 5048In Scoring WSC Game, 38-32 ka sofa in League the Lanes Lanes City at Monday won the Men over Sarasota s night Baskvi.d the M\80 Air! a."'


Si

WSC ContestFred led 20-19 at the 5-Polnt Quarter 10 kora points was, respectively runnerup for Jim the Indiana gym the first defeat of th
Circuit In a low'scoring<< game, featuring The Kaydets the Indians I KMI added seven more nine Bob Harrison It was
SORA with
but Mvakkamen
2nd On a tight defense by both intermission in the points on three field goals anda hitting in double season for the
baskets been trailed 3
has they
Toncray and his Kentucky little offense scored two quick while holding who Even though
and throw, out
teams very free fouled
third I Venice,
Military Institute teammates KMI defeated Venice 38.32, first 30 seconds of the three foul ahots anda figures for after 12 at the end of the first piled
host to one of the blC- real show here out in front by a Venice to in the fourth quarter Mvakkamen batilr ,
The Venice' Yacht Club win play put on a Friday night before an overflow period to go twopointerVenice early the
Southern Ocean Racing before bowingto For the next seven I single scoring only five points almost pulled it 01
when the and
gent sailing event of the year Tuesday night crowd at the Kaydet gym 23-20 score guard Bruce Byrd back
Associations St. Petersburg to Venice race takes place the strong Southeast Semi' It was the first win of the minutes of the quarter Venice high point man for the Burr Prewitt had a hot night of the fire
was
Uua weekend notes 50-48 in a White Sand.Conerenl'e year for the Kaydets and for could not buy a basket of while its night with 14 while Marty Me for the KMI Jayvees as he Bill Howard .led the ii u i as
The annual race ha a new 106-mile course and start.inC clash the hapless Indians it was theirseventh KMI connected on five made Gowan and Roy Lagenaur set, scored 26 points in a 64-45 win mainly on one hand set ,1101 i
The boats will leave St Petersburg at 10 s.m Toncray bucketed 21 points straight loss after an many attempts and one the for KMI with 11 and over Venice's "B"' team Gerry from outside, as he pur' !
thu
time year morning The course run through the aouthwei to be top scorer of the game, OpE'n.ing-lame victoryBoth foul shot to gain a 31-23 lead. pace Yelaer and Ed LeBlanc had 11 through 40 points.
Saturday rounding the, Steve Summer hit 20 for were 1 l' ,1
at Egmont Key down to Boca Grande while apiece for the Kavdet junior The Myakkamen I
passage and back to the finu* line at the Venice jet Southeast to ably assist Prewitt. the scoring column bi 6'd: I 1"".
there varsity
I sea.bouT The Kaydets built up a 30-15 I Venice 65 57 I and Jerry Gay with 19. George /"n
tie* of SPetersburg end of the first period Palmetto Defeats Nash Uebelhart
Co-chairmen of the event are Lew McMasters Jr., lead at the Hawks scored 19 and 13 points, managed 15 as did Can J"II.:l
and C. C. "Chip Johnson, Fleet Captain of thVenice but hit scoring drouth in for Venice. ins. AI Uebelhard had 12
second and ted by only one respectively
Club. he I with 18 and 18 points
Yacht The roared back in Ice '
line off the Vei- point 2726 at halftime A 16-8 lead posted at the end game Venice Morgan .
5 boat at the finish I Charles Delvac and Sam ,
committee
Aboard the and tied ?
five
for the Southeast! second quarter FLORIDA
held the TO
Sidney C Schroder. Vernon margin of the opening quarter apiece. Tom MOVING
Mrs had seven
Ice jetties wilt be Johnson 44-39 at the end of three at 28-28 as the buzzer
ti i. Mason, Merle Graaer, William Abtlea and George Cum- was Scoring in the final I up for the Palmetto Tigers they the sounded score to end the first halt, LandgraJ scored six, Terry Lowest Rates Bonded Driven Modern Equipment
quartl'rs .
here Tuesday night as Bruce
53-43 Green hit for two and 4000 Ibt. between Venice and
minga. stanza was 8-8 in favor of KMI posted their third straight Palmetto built up a converted free throw to Rates 2000 Ibt.
Air Patrol Burr Prewitt led the Kavdet White Sands Conference vic edge at the close! of the third Byrd for the New York $19480 $34960
innovation thiyear jayvees to a 58-52 win over I ISoutheast'a 65 57 decision quarter only to have the Indians close out the scoring $193.20 $34440
hard fought
A iuftaet and dawn air patrol I it a new tory a Cleveland
... "B" team with a the to (1-57 Indians
tunes to at Indians narrow gap $349.60
theM the fighting
check at $19480
over
Philip Cooo of Venice will of arrival. Numerout 39.point productionKMI Scsool with two minutes to go in the T. J. Carter's 17 points topped Chicago Florida including Fert
and expected time I of Venice High all northern points and
certain the fleet position .
lomorrow
host Fort Myers Tiger scoring Serving
will the
hand to assist boat I without the servicesof game Naples, Sartiotaetc. .
auxiliary craft will l be on i Playing Gorda, Charlotte Harbor,
power confer- Punta
non- and Jim Sikora Jerry ,
: night in a guard Bruce Byrd. who has I Bob Harrison Nash Uebelhart and Myert from city to
ui entering the jetties will travel to Ven for rates and COlt estimate any
and for Write
forecast by enee game point makers scored 18 points apiece .
Another innovation will l be a apecul weather been averaging 18 points per was top Hawks COLLECT 488.2591
r WTVT Channel 11. with long range prediction. Winter Haven Saturday night to lead the Indian jayvees to any Florida point or CALL
of .
:Roy Leap another non-league affair I TERMINAL VAN LINES
and Red Marston St. Petersburg, I for a 58-42 win over the Tiger jayvees
weekend Leep
for Time the Outdoor race Editor will! pre-empt Salty Sol FleischmanSports '. :VJHS Li'l Indians Take Two Rlverviewtomorrow Charven Moving & Storage Agent
Venice race skip! Venice will meet
Pulse time at 6'15 pm tomorrow. Venice, Fl.I .
pert will gather at the Venice Yacht Club to view this/ special | Additional Sportson i iIii night at the Ram 128 So Grove St. .
program and get the fleas' on wind direction, velocity etc\ ] Victories From Sarasotaand gym in a conference game
Maraton u expected to be on hand in Venice for the finish Iii i Page 10 !

Trophies are now on display at the Venice Yacht Club for __ I
awarded late Sunday -- the and junior Indian varsity breezed to a 37.
member and their guests and will l be varsity .
afternoon Expected time of presentations 11 5 or 5:30: varsity teams of Venice Junior 24 decision over Sarasota Junior

Since this "will" be a new course with new starting time High School posted victories HIgh.
there is no way to predict accurately the arrival time of the LVMGA Slates here Tuesday afternoon in the In front by one point 14-13, '
fleet, but it la hoped that the new air patrol will be able to< ActivityWinners Sarasota County League, For at halftime, Venice poured in I I I
assist in this. A brunch will be served the captains their Weekend I the varsity it was the second 23 points in the second halt I
crews" and members of the race committee at the Venice In the Four Ball. in a row without defeat and for while holding the Midshipmento
Yacht Club probably between 1 and 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon Best Ball tournament held last the Jayvees it was their first of 11.
A cocktail party for the captains crews and race committee weekend at Lake Venice Golf I I the season in si many starts The Li'l Indian Jayvees constructed I I I t tif
will aim be held in the late afternoon with music pro Club by the Lake Venice Men'i Led by Morton Chiles and a 16-2 lead at the intermission
TIded. A buffet dinner will be served from 6 to 9\ p.m. Resetvatona Golf Assn. with scores of 5( Steve Dalton, with 12: and 11 and coasted to a 23-
; will be first given to the race participants. All timer were T, Hatcher W. Witt and ''points. respectively the Li'l 17 victory over the Midshipmen"B" ,
are approximate since arrival time is unknown. The cocktail Ted Malone. i team Randy Willis' nine ::11.I
party and awards will be held on the patio weather permitting In second place with 58'* paced the Venice attack I ICI 'I
points
: y all I ''ll'llII
Tony unguanti, Paul Baseball Clinic Kulakowski and Terry .
were while Jim
follows
a Entries the race as of last Friday, are as : Maurer and Dr. W SchaferBuzz Owens controlled both :;

Yacht L.O.A. Rig Owner" Home Port Migharese. John Geigle\ boards for the localsMyakka .
and Erick Erickson came in ,
Onduie sr Yawl S. A. Long Larchmont N Y, trird with 59's.A Set Saturday II '
Jamel 51' Yawl J. B. Turner St. Petersburg blind bogey tournamentwill Lanes /
Solution 496" Sloop Thor H. Ramaing Greenwich Conn l be hold. beginning today
Avante 44 Yawl Vincent S Lazzara St. Petersburg through SaturdayOn :
and running At High School from H>
Marblehead Maw (Continued Pace
Robin 4r Yawl F E. Hood Sunday a Mixed 2-Balltoumey
Racuna 45'8" Yawl Peter W. Grimm Quincy MassYawl I will be held. Trimmer and John this
week, Janet Yu net ti Ids time to buy niFrigidlmi
Galloon 428' J M. Brown New York City I .____ _- \ Weather permitting the second Hunter. Standings: Grant's rimgaratar. The price tills you
Falcon 40 Yawl Dorsey OWIAnnapolis E'wood Boat Club session of the Venice Base. Women, Blalock Insurance, Pic It i a don't.mllt-it value. AND,you'II let this i
James P McHugh Chicago ball Clinic will switch to the
Inferno 41'10" Sloop I and Pay. Co-op and Hendrick'sConstruction Ffigidsirt Flip-Quick Ice Ejector si i bonus!
Hurricane Yawl Homer R. Demur St. Petersburg Plans Saturday Venice High School diamond 3.1.
Doubloon 36'\9' Yawl Joe C. Bvars Tampa this Saturday morning beginning -
C Bradenton Social EventThe Last Saturday', American Roofing A Sten-
Sabre 38' Sloop R Dungan at 10 a.m.
Claymore 37'10" Yawl Sandy McArthur Chicago Englewood Boat and the clinic opened up at the MunIcipal ilrom, 239: Herb Macauley,
Club will have a Field with 44 baseballaspirants 576, White Elephant, 1040:
Also Apache Conquistadone Rabbit. lolanthe, Papagayc Country smorgasbord and musical even. taking part in drillsThis Cape Haze, 3019. Bowler of the !
MId Ciclon. Saturday at the clubhouse Saturday session is expected ..week, K Baldwin. Standings: FRIGIDAIRE
cog m Palm Point Hosts will be to range from fieldmrGolf Cape Haze White Elephant i i i iean. I
Mr and Mrs Fred LanglaiseKMlFrosh ;;- ito. another I Rawle of Englewood, Keaser I
HOUSEKEEPING MAGAZINEWhy on the mental Brothers American Roofing
At Adverted ,n GOOD lecture period 31.
and Key Agency MADE IT!
baseball.Joining
rent or buy anything but the best when it COin no more Down aspects of I playing chief Instructor Caldwell Court Harrlette ,

GUARANTEED 60-16 Zuraw scout for the Hendrix, 204; Em Mayleben,
Soft Iron Free Water Mooney, George Pittsburg Pirate, for this 547; Norwood Roofing 1010849 : ------- We priced it!
Brantley was the Ad Mueller converted the
Bruce will Al Vincent
week clinic be
24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week whole show Tuesday afternoonas who is a scout for the Houston i-7 split Bowler of the week IT'S A BUY!
the KMI Freshmen evened Colt 45s Vincent is currently Anna Gerstlauer Standings' w
I
OPTION TO BUY their .eason's record at 1.1 bv City Englewood Nursery, 4721, Artistic ____
RENTAL WITH associated with the Quad .
.
trouncing Cardinal Mooney 60 Beauty Salon: ... ""i ......
Course
16 The Kaydets were out in bury Real Estate 42-26.
Miracle W. Zuraw and Vincent a Huge 100-tb.
Automatic Autom.tic Sulphur rr Also assisting
the
front by a 37-3 margin at I Busch Bavarian Tavern
ter Softener equipment I are Courtney Willis, Bill I zero zone freezer,
of the first half Stan Allen
end 213
remover hardneu andiron metal equipment. Stahl and the Garret brothers. Larry Bivens, : Biv a Automatic defrosting
Adrian and Jim both professional 212; Dick Fey, 578: Larry rar
; At low $3 P. from' ens 564; Smitty. Beef Eaters refrigeratorsection..
baseball players
AI low $C Prat es . . Month e Competent a Experienced 9372662. Bowler of the week, Twin fruit and
. W Month S ReliableACCOUNTING Sarasota Herschel Llewellyn. Standings:
Smitty's Myakka Lounge, Hap- vegetable Hydrators,

SALES SERVICE RENTALWEST I & TAX SERVICE YOUR pyland Shell Patio, Detroiter j and lots morel!

Monthly/ Quarterly or Fish Camp, 3-1Serv ,
COAST WATER Annual Accounts SolicitedT .I-Soft J. Adams 230;
c'1 CARby Larry Johnson 618, Bill Bod-

CONDITIONING CO. R. BROWNTAX ager, 810. Old Milwaukee, 1065. '

CONSULTANT -by- Spittler Dry Wall, 3031. Bowlerof c ltl, S25995 I
MIRACLE WATER DEALER the week, Larry Johnson and I I IIIiU'll":
AUTHORIZED Ovtrbroot
77S At
Highway Bill Phillips Bill Standings- AnneK Moen Fos t>t z
Bodager
pro
J 217 Seaboard Ave. Venice 4883587 Bon 735 EnqUwood Beauty Shop and Radford ? 12,21 tu.1L

Offices in Venice Sarasota and Bradenton 474.1720 HOWDY FOLKS! Do you Construction, 4-0; Spittler Dry 4 Colon or whltel WITH TRADE I

.1 I like to get more wear, more Wail Blatz Beer and Venice 10 DAYS ONLY! OFFER INCLUDES ICE EJECTOR!
pleasure, more economy from Fire Dept., 3-1.
your carT Most of us do. Every Helser's Sinclair Gert
week in this space, I will show Klask 191-457, Lucille'*Yarn., VENICE ELECTRIC APPLIANCEAUTHORIZED I
p you hints and helps and tips to 594-1673 Bowler of the we.k,

SPRTNG A R. aid making your driving economical easier, Eve Stump Standings, Estil SALES AND SERVICE i
safer, and more Used Cars, 39-21 : Lazy Suaan
Watch here for YOUR CAR! Flower Shop, 3723, Marchi- 133 W VENICE AVE, VENICE PHONE w-2834
h your teenager mature 31. !
one's Restaurant 29-
.
br MALONE enough t/i drive? Does h...- accept __
responsibility Does he ::::
show good self-control and
judgment? If so, he Is probably "'i ANNOUNCING I I I I I
Mattress Replacement SALE ready to drive. Hell try hard 1 -

not to let you down. _
p. Seat belts Yes I believe in f(
Only because this model is being discontinued. ore them They save lives. Get seatbelts AH.rDr

you able to SAVE $40 per set.. Quantities Limited in your car Use them all ---1li \ w I I I
the time, especially on short ) .
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in Venice, for a tune up,
or for regular servicing and repair > FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JANUARY 16, 17 AND 18
I 9995 that any car must have
If it's been too long check with

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Quality Service On All MakesAt t he towel I shop NEXT TO EARLY
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Twin or Double Size SPRINGOALE. Don. Last year there were HOUSE 488.1184
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arguments over the right of *

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