Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00165
 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 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00165
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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. UAi Finish DriveIApproaches ,r. _

..+J .. .. -.... .. Waterboard To Study'Quarters'

Goal Line Leaks

push Is being made near our quota," Hendersonsaid

,,fully close out the rCa
Area United Appeal "I'm t
confident that our bus I' r
11. ness leaders and citizens will The City Watcrboard will the leaks within the area were Blackburn laid he was expecting

,,,,"ilor Warren Hen. respond quickly and favorably t meet Fcb 8 to try and work repaired. I some developments,
I h.rman, of this year si to the letter appeal, and th ,t "tr out a solution to the severe Sobosky told the meeting the which he did not want disclosed
I.d i today scores of ap within a week we will be able leakage of water in lines serving lines serving the homes in the presently, and suggestedthat
s are going out to to announce to our neighbors it the Blackburn Quarters area are owned by Blackburnand I the matter be taken up by
fnms and individuals that the south countv area which house the city's Negro that the city therefore had the wulerboard in a week or so
l' missed during the finally succeeded in putting the population. no authority to undertake re- The Feb. 6 meeting date then

Sl' of the drive This United Appeal Campaign over The date was set Thursday pairs.He I was decided upon.
'jl will be our final the top. night at an informal session attended added It would be useless David Hamilton presided at

1'1, push the campaign "We are anxious to get this Albert E Blackburn, to try and repair the lines because the informal session. due to the
f flush line, Henderson drive out of the way so that owner l the quarters, and the of their severe deterioration i fact that a successor has not

work can get started soon< on waterboard.John end that the only solution been named for Ralph Anderson
s I near our goal: oft setting up our own south count; Sobosky, waterworks would be to replace the entire now a city councilman and
it woul4 indeed be United Appeal Fund organ! 'a. superintendent, told Thursday system. I former board chairman
fortunate setback and tion. We cannot continue to ex night session that last month Even if the waterboard wanted Anderson sat in on the meeting \
the master meter on the main along with board member
1l1l'nt for the scores pect Sarasota to provide for us to undertake the expensiveJob
,., volunteers and the going into the quarters regis Jerry Hill.Airline.
king things we can, and: should, of replacing the system, So
1 leaders if the drivei provide for ourselves It will tered more than 58,000 gallons, bosky added, it would have to
I i when we are so take time to iron out all the details '. but that the city received pay- be given easements before it
-2. r. ,, ment for only slightly more
necessary get our own could legally do so. ServiceIs
than 29,000 gallons, or a loss
fund-raising organization off Blackburn said he would be
1- estoJ Cards the ground A charter and bylaws Wi.N AN vQ> W;:.vltNf Aht!: BUSt at work Venice Avenue. Also in connection with the of about one-half, on collections happy to give the city ease-
: .: will have to be drawn up on thf new treatment plant for the city's project are new well field and installationof from individual meters at ments and let them maintainthe

and approved A board of directors $563,000 w.,ter expansion program. Spear, new mains The well fields are completed the homes in the quarters lines if the city so desired. Inaugurated
will have to be appointed Inc of Venice is the sub-contractor on this and many of the larger mains have been in- 100,000 Gallons Loss But he added he himself was ; f

: Returned and officers elected. We will phase of the project, Site of the plant is at the stalled.GONDOLIER Sobosky said subsequently not going to make any improvements -
: ; also have to establish a budgetand rear of the Public Safety Building on East ( PHOTO by Bob Obendoif) the loss was around 100,000 "I want to sell the Bakers Are FirstFirst

admissions committee before I gallons a month before some ofISarasota I quarters," he added.

t: :npid Clip things the will next take drive time., and these First Federal Help Wanted! Venice Airport arrivalson

"I'm sure speak for all our Reports the newly inauguratedSouth
citizens i i in the south county The GONDOLIER Is expanding Federal Sets Ctntral Airlines service
r"+ 5 000 Homestead Re- when I say we are Indeed most I Its circulation and Wednesday were Mr and Mrs.

c.,(ids mailed out oner appreciative of the full cooperation news coverage in the South W. D. Baker of Montclair, N.
,' 12.000 had already have received over I Record S&L Increases County and Is In need of correspondents J. lion and daughter-in-law of
1, d back to the Coun.Af."jor's the a.e; from the Board of i to write personals All-Time Mrs. C. A. Keller 0( Laguna
Office in Directors of Sarasota United and club news and other High FiguresSarasota Drive

I up to Tuesday Appeal, and for the unselfish activities In the following: The Bakers had been on a
\ A'issor William N. manner in which they have I The annual meeting of mem cent below that of 1962 He Venice Gardens vacation in Nassau and cams
{ ".''wilt' announced this seen fit to provide our com- bus of First Federal Savingsand I added, "D rectly.made loans South," Venice Federal Savingsand increased to an all-time record to Venice from Miami for a
; +till' same time urged munity with important health Loan Association of Sarasota were augmented by the pur- Venire East Loan A1ociatum held its of $4,017.196. Mortgage stop-over visit with the Kellers
I owners to be patient and welfare services, even was held Wednesday in the chase of loans in other areas" Mobile\ Home Parks annual meeting and election of Loans were made by the Association .
I ,,I mother week or so though we were unable to raise "Community Room" of the The net increase in mortgage Interested correspondents rectors and officers( at the during the past yearin The service Is between Tam
king inquiries about sufficient funds in our annual South Gate office. loans after payments was $14,- are reou'led to mill the Assoclatlpn main office 1718) the amount of $12,716.653. pa and Miami, twice daily,

I1t drives to fully cover the actual Ivoy C. Taylor George K. 109.879,32. First Federal madeits GONDOLIER:: editor, 488- Main Street, Sarasota, Wed. and savings increased $7."18,. and a twin-engine Beechcraft
II as his over-burden. cost of such services providedby Page and W. Davis, Parker first condominium apartment 5808 ncsday afternoon. 560 to a total of $68586243 eight passenger capacity, is
IS able to process then Sarasota's United Appeal re-elected to threeyearterms loan during the year. Directors erected for a new Dividends were paid to share being used for the flights
n ', of cards returned agencies were directors of the Assoc Reserves were increased by three year term were William holders during 1963 in the Venice Travel Bureau, 314
f, w days, each homer "We also appreciate the val Iation.as $362,299.70 during 1963 to bring Realtors Launch P. Carey James E. Kirk, amount of $2,698.293, a record Venice Ave., is handling the
r 111 receive a blue uoble assistance we received the total to $24379387 on Peter Warren, Venice, and for the Association." reservations Fare to Tan.Ia is

'I, the mail This will be from the Sarasota group in organizing -I In other business., George Dec. 31.Another I Ii John W. Whitesides. Directors Overton further stated, 'In $7.50 Miami, $18.90.
I ,pt, Stuart said, and the current campaign Page, executive vice president all-time high dividend continuing to serve from prior terest rates and service
I v ryone to keep the re Leonard Burch, executive director and managing officer, reportedon i was paid quarterly\ during I Year's Program election are Thomas J. Bell, charges on new loans have iieW:
the year* activities which On
safe Chairman, Richard E. Arnold, Jump
I n a place as proofcsUad for Sarasota's UA, made included record increases in 1963, at the rate of 4V4 per cent been lower in recent monthsin
John 0, Binns, Fred L. Mac
I I' has
exemption many trips to the Venice area per annum, the rate which a very competitive lending
both and loans. Save
(In' rated for 1964Applications conducting instructional meet- savings Donald, Dr. A Lamar Mat. market. Mr. Overton then
First Federal of Sarasota has
ings climbed to 83273221.13, Tomorrow Night thews, and D. William Over- Over Weekend
Increasex ings for volunteer workers, and increase of $13,447,017.32 paid continuously since January pointed to the strong reserve
"" an : ton, president and managing
I assessor also report. assisting our campaign committee during the 1962, For the year, dividend position of Sarasota Federal
It over 1,000 new Home- in carrying on the drive, year. paid to savers totaled The year's first once-a-month officer and he declared, Sarasota A flurry of business hit the
\polications had been I am certain that the know Loan volume did not keep up $3,240,767.32. la the past 29 meeting of the Venice Area Officers elected were Federal was built on trust, City Police Department Thursday -

n I his office in the west ledge we gained while working with savings flow. Mr. Page years, a grand total of $17,113,. Board of Realtors will be held Thomas J. Bell, chairman of confidence, service and stability and Friday, including a
.' I hl' courthouse In Sara closely with Sarasota will be stated, "One significant reason 019.14 has been paid In earnings at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the community the board; D. William Over In our more than eleven hIt-and-run, a break and

III.ill'ating a number of most beneficial when we beginto was that single family resi or dividends to the people room of Sarasota Fed ton, president and managing. rears of operation, we have purse snatching.
""H s have been built in put together our own fundraising dentlal constriction in Sarasota served, eral Ravings & Loans Venice officer: Warren B Jarvis, executive always maintained the highest I' Copt Hank Flemming of Tar.

'. ',I County the past year. program." County was about 15 per In the Board of Directors branch vice president, Lydia principles of good business pan Center Marina reported the
\ I of over 3.500 is expect followingthe One new member and two S Drummer, secretary; Char- practices and by following theft of two 55-gallon drums
meeting, immediately I
j '" I" filed before April 1. annual meeting, all office associates will be inducted and les E. Bruin, Newell Gurbada, these methods we will\ continue from his establishment, one
",0 urged new residents erg were elected for the ensuing the board's new by.laws will Walter W. Tamer, Peter Tim- along the same basis in the containing 40 gallons of mine
I eligible 1 for the $5,000 Much Talk Little year. They are: W G. be presented. merman, and Sidney Ulmer as future. Any changes are always eral spirits and the other empty -
,Id Exemption not to Shepard president George K. The agenda also includes a assistant vice l presidents; made in the best inter- He aid the drums were
; .
lithe 1 last minute rush Page, executive vicepresidentand resume of part of the programof George W. Neubauer and Leslie ests of our savers and borrowers taken sometime between :5 I p,
'heir The the Realtors' quarterly L Rice as assistant secre- We know that Wednesday and 7:30
application. officer J. J. our customers m : a m.
''I l is April 1. he empha Done On SmokingJeweled Williams managing Jr., first vice; -president meeting in Orlando Jan. 1011. taries. The election of officers realize the importanceof I Thursday Officers Frank Co-
I Mrs. Adda Maahs, vice- In the notice of the meeting, Including the following promotions bUilding their Associationfor yule and Bill Fann are investigating
.., ; : Everett C Andrews, "
"1(0 It more convenient president and personnel officer Secretary J. Herschel Morris stability rather than size. .
residents to file theirs O K. Cummmgl, vice said the GONDOLIER would senior vice president; George ---- : Also reported on Thursday
Stuart said he, or Judging by cigarette sales pipes for ladies particularly president: and branch supervisor have a photographer present to L. David, vice president. Rich- morning was the theft of 50

f 1'1., staff would be in it looks like everyone in the In the New York City ; R. M. True, vice-president- make pictures of various ard C. Adamson will continueto Duffy A Banker cents in pennies, $2.50 in
'I" d. at the Recreation Venice area is talking about area, and that they would stock treasurer controller: James J. groups for use in future issues serve as manager data processing stamps from the lobby of the

r ['110m+ 10 a.m, to 3 p.m. quitting smoking, but practical. them if demands began com Heagerty, vice-president, loan and also for use in connection and Cecil M H note El Patio Hotel on West Venice
T is in They have had only one with new Real Estate will continue as chief sppraiafr Avenue Covill, who investigated
I I my 22 end FebruaryN ly no one doing anything ing division: Louis A. Hollis, vice- a
iii Port Charlotte in about It.Althouah. so far. president, loan servicing division Column the newspaper plans to I Harry F. Boland Jr. and Now A Director said several items of food i

I +u.',rnl office from 10"lion it is too early to Bryant said the sales of tip ; Dean L, Fie schman, vice- inaugurate with the cooperation ; Lester loan E Henry( were and appointed were also taken from a refrige.
officers Mrs. G
and to 3 for women had ns relations Ann of Venice area realtors. rator
1pm tell accurately whether cigarette ped cigars president, public : .
"'n February 4 and 23: and sales have fallen off en considerably since the re- Gilmer, assistant treasurer; }He urged as many as possible Ruth councilor Dew was appointed savings And StockholderENGLEWOOD Purses Snatched
; 113. greatly since the federal report port was issued Saturday. Dean A. Platt, assistant treasurer to attend Mrs Corinne C. Frost' and
'I C' \'de Hare, a member branding them as a cancer Local sales counters reportno data processing, Rofer I President Overton stated in Mrs Maude Paul, both of 509
r "I Iff nor do the large auditor Helen I. giving his annual report that David W. Granada Ave.. reported Wed.nesday
and a resident of cause was Issued on Jan 11, change, Fleming, ; My- "
.. will not 1963 had been one of the most (Duffy) Lewis, widely known night just after 10:30:
"Ill also be at the most retail outlets report no grocery chains They era, cashier. Firemen Report
I successful years in the historyof Grove City raconteur and GON p.m. that their were
until recordsare purses
OH! Hall from 9amP far. know for certain
appreciable drop so And David A. Allison asst. ,
the eleven and one-half DOLIER
columnist J is also
next week year a snatched by two youths ns they
111 daily and made within .
9 a.m. to There has however, been a vice-president and cast secretary old Federal Association. As- banker now walked along South Harbor
II' II :Saturdays from March heavy increase in sales of they said. senior loan officer: Lucien Situation Quiet sets grew to a new high of I Drive
Lewis of a short distance from
I'I"n to-citizen check was one a group
April 1reminded, A cit zen- '
G. asst. vice president
pipes, tobacco and cigars, according Fluty, $77,191,314 and reserves were which last week bought the their home
I II showed picture.
new resl Robert sales a Dorothy D. Roberts, secretary
hen to Bryant, Although persons are ; The Venice Fire Department First National Bank of Punta Mrs. Paul said her purse contained
they come to any of Eli Witt Cigar many Florence G. von Sy-
representative their to : had things well In hand last Gorda from the McNulty chain. about $50 and accordingto
hl.lnt'h' evidently closing eyes '
offices to apply Co. of Biadenton, which dow, asst sec y and loan officer Venice MasonsTo
The who Mrs Frost she had
month, purchasers, were approximately
the threat one woman reportedthat
I stead .
exemption to be retail out. William S. McGraw, asstsecy
supplies many R. Bud) elected members of bank $90 in her "purse Both
d she attended a party for Fire Chief Julius ( I the
bring the legal de. and loan officer T. M.
'i if their with lets. 20 this week, all of whom Trousda loan officer lone: Ad Divine, reported three alarms Meet TonightThere board, were Lewis, Matthew S. purses were found in a garbage
i her property Pipes For Ladies smoked before the report, and : were turned in, three were answered Sandier Jr, and Wilton H can at the rear of the Lindh-
deed taxit Sanders
a or a ley, loan officer John M -
will give this inforhs Ifs said the company had that only two persons there loan officer; Richard W. and total damage was will be a regular meeting Davis Jr., Charlotte County Tucker building on Miami
added. noticed the rise in popularity of vere still smoking Wichman, loan officer; Jamesf held to $200. of Venice Lodge, No 301, ranchers; James Payne Clark Avenue. The only thing missing
: The department conducted Free and Accepted Masons, at Jr., certified public accountant when the purses were found
.;;;;;;; ;;.;;; ==--=-= C'::..-- Maddox, vice-president and
fire schools at all\ four public I die Masonic Temple on East ; Dr. Carl N. Reilly, Dr. was the cash.
office manager St Armands schools in the area, participated Venice Avenue tonight at 8 Robert H. Shedd and Frank The victims said the youths
$ Key office; Harry D. Raby, In a number of parades collected I clock Wolitzky, all of Punta Gorda were both slender, one about
S asst vice-president and office and distributed Christ- Refreshments will be served Lewis is author of the popular five feet six inches tall and
manager, Venice office; PaulA. mas parcels for the needy and following the meeting and "Dave's Diatribe" and the other five feet, 10 Inches.
Lanius, asst manager Vcn spent many man hours helping Worshipful George R. Collett "Painting Englewood With Duf Police Chief John Shocker
Ice office. handle crowds and police the Jr, Master invites all Master fy"' columns which appear in said that this was the first re-
1I The directors are: W G. circus auditorium Masons to attend. the GONDOLIER. (Continued on pate 2)
Shepard, J. J. Williams Jr.,
[vey C. Taylor, Ernest C. "

Sears, Emmet Addy, GeorgeK.
Page Vermin Kimbrough

J'V and W Davis Parker ;

Hams Lend Hand

s On Panamanian
u t
ss; i ir
Ham radio operators In the

Venice area were kept busy !
last week during the Pana >X' 71 wa

manlan crisis when the tele- i r.Wr.
phone Information center In

White Plains, N Y, was reporting -

all calls delayed: for 24
hours (

One member of the Tamlaml

Amateur Radio Club who requested I '
his name be omitted,

ARBOR DAY GIFT Venice Garden Club shown at center at the planting In the park transmitted more than ISO messages -
lied the Jerusm opposite City Hall W::1 her, left to right, NEARING COMPLETION The six new model residencesto 1 for an eight-week run. The models, from right to left, & r
city with Parkinsonla ( the Zone in the l
Thorn a are Mrs. Helen David, club vice-president, I to Canal be shown In the Third Annual Venice Parade of Homes being constructed bj Chester Mayer, Al Welch, Don Heath, ld
) tree
In of Arbor
y .aj Mrs celebration Council Day and Mrs. C D. Schlier, chairman of the club fcommutes. two-day period ending on Jan. are In the final III tea of con ru on at their site on East Paul Cocknll. Gulf t st Development and Harley Whlteaker,
Blanche CellI. City t
parka and recreation committee head, J* tree 12. Venice Avenues in East G.ite. The ?*!*<}*' will open Feb. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) i it


t t


-- change meeting time f"'"
= OBITUARY I POLICE NPC evening to afternoon, so more

I Lyceum Benefit (Continued from page 1)) & Notes can attend. Please watch t the
of watching since News papers for the announcement
JOSEPHS he Joined the department 13 -111MAROVERI1E- of any time change
.--- ago. PETERSON The Republican Club win;;
Mrs. Martha Paige Joseph,. Program AgainAt years
daughter Asst. Chief Allen Slater was hold a card party on Feb. 7 ,,
of Mr. and Mrs. Alon-
NORTH30UND TO TAMPA investiga World War I Veteran 1:30: at the North
SOUTHBOUND TO MIAMI JO W. Paige of Casey Key and put in charge of the The : p.m. pn
Schenectady Y. died Jan, lion assisted by all other memo Auxiliary held its first regular Community Center Bring yoy
LV. VENICE 930: arm' 250: p.m LV. VENICE ,10:00: arm' 8:20: p.m. 8 in : itM She wa Gulf TheatreRobert bens of the department. meeting of the New Year last own cards. There will be door

Ar. Sarasota / 9:40: ,.1'1I.' 3:1: 0 p.m. Ar. Punta Gorda Flag Stop Flag Slop 38 years old. Truffle MishapAn Tuesday afternoon with their prizes, table prizes and alto
Ar St Pete 10:10 '.1'1I.' 3:40:: p.m. Ar Ft. Myrl. 10:25: p.m. 5:45: p.m. Mrs. Josephs .is survived by I accident at 0 a m. Fridayon newly Installed officers in of candy prl.... Dessert and cof.

Ar. Tempe . In:35: '.1'1I.' 4:05: p.m. Ar. Miami 11:30: p.m. 6:50: p.m. her parents; her husband, John Auburn. Independent the corner of Cockrill Street chart. A Joint Installation fee will be served. Tickets win
P. Josephs of Pittsfield: three motion picture producer will and The Corso resulted In an the Veterans and Auxiliary was be $1. If you wish to get a
present his color travelogue, I estimated $110 damage to the held last Thursday at the Com- ticket call either of these
FARE TO TAMPA ........ $?,50* FARE TO MIAMI..... $18.90* Kate daughters,' a son, Mary, John P.BeUy Josephs and ""The Tour Faces of Spain," al vehicles involved. There were munily Center. Past District bers, 426-1700 or 426-1800 nun

Jr. and a brother, A. Winslow tht Gulf Theatre Thursday tl no injuries and no charger Commander John Rogers of I The Republican Food Salt
FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CALL OR SEE P.180 I Jr. of Schenectady. I pm. The travelogue is the were filed by Officer Bill Krug- Port Charlotte installed the will be held Friday, J.n,17 ill
Funeral services were held third in a series of six whichare er, who investigated. men and Mrs Geneva Mima, : front of the Palmer Furniture
VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU on Jan. 10 at St. Stephen' sponsored by the Optimist According to Kruger, a truck past auxiliary unit presidentfrom Store In the North Port Shopping
Episcopal Church in Pittsfield Club of Roberta Bay being operated by Dick Rich, Venice, was the installing Center. Sale will be from

314 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE Burial was in Vale Cemetery, Profits from the series will 44, 209 Park Blvd., was head officer for the ladies. 10 a.m. 'till II p.m. There WIn
ed north Cockrill while an The officers are; President homemade
Schenectady be placed in the Lyceum build. on new be pies cake,
*Plus 5% Federal Transportation Tel Standard Baggage Allowance 40 Ib.I per ng fund. The Optimist Club auto being driven by Terry Mrs. Louis Schmelke; cookies and chill Those wht

aaa aaaa a ENGLEWOOD LEGION hat established the fund so that Sourbeer, 19, 121 The Corso First Vice President Mrs E. wish to donate may call 43.

IW- --- "' -'-' rL> .---. .....- ".. "'_.-, A firsthand account of the hey may erect a large building was headed east when the two I L. Quigley; Second Vice President 1700 or 426-1800.
development of the atom bomb! suitable for presenting a vehicles met at the intersec- I Mrs Eileen Millett; Sec- The next meeting of the R*.
/ ; at the University of Chicago wide variety of events of Inter. tion. retary-Treasurer, Mrs. Louis publican Club will be held on
during WW II will be given by est to the many clubs and organizations Kruger said the Sourbeer vehicle Carsten; Chaplain, Mrs George Wednesday, Feb. S.
SeweU Bartlett at the meeting In the South County slid on the slick street In- Woods; Conductress, Mrs.
of the Lemon Bay Post 375 at area to the left front of the Rich Clarence Hale; Color Bearer,

the Englewood American Legion Auburn grew up In colorful truck. There are no stop signsat Mrs Wilfred Lrssard, and Competent Experienced
Hall today at 8 pm.WATCH North Africa. He served in the intersection Kruger Patriotic Instructress, Mrs ReliableACCOUNTING

World War II as a photographer added. Peter Crean.
A hit-and-run at the A&W After the joint installation,
NOTICE cf CHANGE with the Marina Corps in the
South Pacific. He attended Occidental Root Beer is also being inves approximately 60 attended a I TAX SERVICE
College and Stanford tigated. An unidentified motorIst dinner and reception at O'- Monthly, Quarterly or
University and graduated with reportedly ran into one of Tooli'i Restaurant Annual Accounts Solicited

r In order to completely service your a degree in engineering. After the upright posts there and The auxiliary meets the first T. R. BROWNTAX
/ VENICE several years as a petroltun drove off without reporting it. Tuesday afternoon of each

needs In body work and upholstering engineer in Arabia and VensueU month at the Community Cen. CONSULTANT
PARADE he realized that his real A Full Slate ter. Highway 775 At Overbrool

eF forte was motion pictures, and ...0- BOil 735 Enqlewood
returned to the school of cine- Of BasketballThe The Republican Club of 474-1720

BOND USED AUTO PARTS .atography. USC and earned basketball schedule for North Port Charlotte held its
regular monthly lastVedneaday
HOMESELFERDINK'S n advanced degree in Motion tomorrow featuring local I meeting
\ evening at the
Picture Production.
teams will the
300 Seaboard .. get underway Center.
A" V.ntce 88-6550 Tickets for the film may be afternoon when Venice Junior Community Mr. and

I obtained at various local shopi, High School travels to the Riv- Mrs Haven Page from Siesta
HAS I -- from club members or at the ervlew. gym to meet Brookside Key and Mrs Augusta Haigh
PURCHASED ii- theatre on the night of the Junior High in a Sarasota were guests at the meeting

how. Ticket may be purchased I County League game at 4 p.m. Mr. Page candidate for county
at a reduced rate if quant! Both U'l Indian Junior varsity commissioner, 1U. the guest
Venice Maters Garage & Upholstering Liquidation ContinuesUp ties of six or more are invok I and varsity teams will see speaker talk. and gave an interesting .

To 49% Discount ed. action against Brookside. Mrs Reginald! Schuler, president f
On the high school front KMI
219 GROVE ST. PHONE 488.1759 VENICE BUSINESS & PROPERTYFOR .w.....w,,,.w r....+w- 'will host Riverview and Venice pro-tern, spoke out atron,.

SALE ALLEN 'will be at home to meet Sara- !Iv against the trend to remove
"In God W Trust" front
I ELFERDINK'SOiprey I II Convalescent and onference:iota Both and games varsity are contests in the coins, schools, government and

Home ] rill be our lives.
Florida Nursing preceded by Jayvee
I The Republican Club
24 Hour Nun'fig!' Service meetings at 6:30: p.m.Legal may
i j .[8:30: to 5 Sun I to 5 I Phone Venire Ml-S70I ,

"" <- "... ,- _....- -'-.-- ..... -.. ... LIJ:.: __lit_rONCI_: ..Dl.M._LEON_....AVK....._.. ,N THE COUNTY Vt'lK.Bt: : COI'XT I MOVING TO FLORIDA?
I N AND FOR SARASOTA TOUNTY.rIOKIIlA. Lowest Rates Bonded Drivers Modern Equipment
rw RFl K8TATE IN OF PROBATE Rate 2000 Ib.. 4000 Ib,. between. Venice and
HENRY WENHAN ALLEN: li. ....* New York $194,80 $347.60
P""' .%. Kilo No. TIM
NOTICE TO CRFDITORS Cleveland $19320 $346.<10Chic.o
I MALI. CRM>rrnRJ AND rllOlNII! $19480 $349.60
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Mattress Replacement SALE !

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that's easy to live with. Carefully planned home financing by Choose. F.\\;

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r T' \\HA-V Ball Chairman Committees Are Announced II

Mi Harold Smith will be ly Wynn Lanes. President Mrs I I I She will be assisted by Mrs The Rev Donis D. Patterson rations\ .
d 311"f1mn of the Venice Hos- Burnam Jones announced at Carl Henlcin as -C'halJ man St. Mark rector, welcomedthe Assisting them were Mesdames
pi;.il Auxiliary Volunteers anni I the IlAV meeting Monday at I! In charge of the other committees group There were 96 mem- I
Norman H. Borden, A.
il bull, set for Feb. 8 at Ear- St. Mark Episcopal Church will be Mesdames bers and 12 guests present.
Russell Tilt and Harlan M Guests were MID Either M. Coates, Charles R Chamberlain .

: Walter, tickets; 01. Fergusonand Wheeler. Mesdames Harris Os- : George Crompton, William I
Smiths To Give ReadingTo i Veah Handley, decora- good, Harold Garfield, R. M Dear, John L. Ferguson,
tions: Virginia Schroder, gigolos Fox H Chase Arthur Lock. Howard Giletle, Guy Halliday,
; Mrs Rex Sowle, grab wood, Fenton Raber, W. B C. H Harrison, Leslie Heath,
Ve-No Woman's Club bag and door prizes, and Mrs Maske, Harold Clapp, Clifford Arnold Hebb, Carl Henleln, '
L. Barnes, wrapping of packages J. Pearsall, Margaret Calahanand Fred Hohman, Alexander
ra I Ethel WeeksHostesses Hooker Clyde Higel H. Cyril
r 3
th Mr and Mrs Seymour Smith Avon. Tickets will be limited to 300, were Mrs Joseph Jackson D. A. Manes, Harold
will be in charge of a Shakespearian He will take the part of and Mrs Tilt and Mrs Walker Fey tel, general chairman, Mrs. Jensen Edward Kelley, W. J.
reading to be present.I I Shakespeare; Mrs Smith i request early reservations Samuel Cutler, co-hostess and Kelsey Frank Kershner, and
I Queen Elizabeth; Mrs Charles Mrs Sowle requests that dona Mrs. H. L. Brant, table deco John L Sullivan.
at the of the Ven-
meeting Becker the Dark Lady, and tions for the grab bag or door
''e-Nokomis Woman Club at Ralph Chase, the Beefeater prizes be taken to the Venice I re 444.4__ VENICE MOVIE LOG t"4444_+
its luncheon
I 1 meeting Luncheon reservations may Hospital switchboard from now ,
at the
I bor.Har he made by calling Mesdames until Jan. 31 GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
Leslie Lovelace, J. Carrol In other Important business,
In celebration of the quadri- Loughlin, H C. Elam or MrsJ. there was a discussion of proposed MaT.w Dim..M wile" ..T.-...J..Wt4.Jin ., .'.*-"-II DRIVE-IN THEATRE i
1 centennial of the birth of the W Butler by Tuesday noon amendments and It.It.II-II I _H.. N..tk. .. II.N. 41 4
*4 playwright, Mr and Mrs The next social card partyat changes to the Auxiliary ByLaws rAIC S"HI'OIIR; wFEx: FNUer.nie Off Frl-Hita., On"ITIhwhto 4.

Smith will present George Ber the club will be held Feb 9Duplicnte which will be voted upon i S....... Tr: Troy H.rdln IHmnhn, Hlrt.nl... C..1......". II PER.'t.CAR r. 4 4
s nard Shaw 'The Dark Ladyof bridge la played at the February meeting, and f and RaM (......dn..Frt..80I. 4
the Sonnets' which was writ every Thursday at I p.m The announcement of an anony, i rri...tak-Sim. J.s. If!.IIJulli .>< 4I
ten for the opening of the Strat parties are members.. I H rrU a rlilrt 111Rwhird '-'m
LUNCHEON The open to mous $500 gift for a nursingszholnrahip J J.n U 14 U J:hn.m R.: ImMpk1HK i
BTHPAY::: College Clubof mondson! ; Mrs Donald Stevenson, recording ford Theatre. Stratford-on- guests and friends. Imrn L.." I.NNO'e I. Htl MING
Venire Area was live yean old last -- .- 4
Se secretary, and Mrs. :
) .
Harry Hager, corresponding MIVUING TAB STORE _dmow. 4
\ end member c'lebratcd with a birth.d secretary Standing are Mrs. Homer r.d' Rna R .e.t.aTORP6I10 '
'I nncheon Officers are shown looking Fetzer, vice-piesident, and Mrs, George 3 M.U.. ..... K.., I f... RI i
Uw ciub s record book. They are seat O'Connell, treasurer ,
..... JNJlJ/
Bed left to right' Mrs George Ed. (GONDOLa PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)

ollege Club Founders STEP RIGHT: UP FOR! SAVINGS!

IAttend 5th Anniversary r

r Fs Mrs Bertha Per. bers and guests and Mrs Fer sett and Louise Meyers Luncheon SHOE

'a ,'" :.II'. Joseph Hurt gus Hunter introduced the guests were Miss Joan
I r',' at the fifth birth. guest speaker, Joseph Gerard Hurt and Mrs. W. L. Hunts.
I of the College His subject was "Grapho- man
'. at l'le' Venice Area Tues- analysis" u
Next meeting of the group
Three new members were will be an evening coffee on
{ C. rise. Edmondson'M added to the club s roster: Mesdames Jan 27 at which husbands of
mcd the mem Grace White, Betty Wm- the members will be guests e

fenosons Art Men's Garden Club Meets V LADIES 0(i/ --:

few To Start I Under New Officer Slate e iw ; DARK DRESS SHOES\

New officers of Men's Gar spring and fall. It is fait growing $10 or 2 pr $18
Venice Today I den Club\ of the Venice Area cold hardy and salt lolerant .

n took over their duties at the I CASUALS... $9,2 pr. $16 /
group i meeting Friday i The bottle brush tree, whichis I
Dorothea B. They were Introduced by re. fast to 20 feet, has DARK FLATS
by growing
r $5 2
j ..
of Englewood, form tiring president Dr. Harry ,'lacy willow-like foliage with RECEPTION FOR LIBRARIANS The VenUe Drive. They are left to right, assistants Mrs pr
i Mogford New president is W Area Friends of the Library invited orea William Grot and Mrs Kate Duifee and
of red
spikes drooping flowers
C ':ne<:-ticut of Connect-direcSociety L. Glenzing. Other officers and blooms Intermittently all citizens to a reception Wednesday evening at librarian Mrs Dorothy Lantz Mrs Frank J CANVAS SHOES ........ $3 y
are: Robert B. Eldridge, first Mayer and Mrs. Rockwood Bullard were in
I I'' .. men, will be exhibit year. There are no growing Venice Civic Center to meet Venice's new
show vice-president; Dr. Mogford, problems with this tree here charge of refreshments, assisted by Mrs. BEDROOM SLIPPERS... $2.49ALL
s nt man todayF I second vice.president; E H. librarian and her assistants Approximately Raymond Edge, Mrs R W. Hardee and Mrs
; he said
1 b 7 at the Venice SALE SHOES
Browning, recording secretary 100 persons attended. Mrs. Carl Hamilton is Roger Isphording Presiding at the refresh
"I i .f Sarasota Federal 'I The loquat tree, an oriental ment table Mrs. Hamilton Mrs L A
L, W. Barnes, were
; corre
serving the three women who are on
1 nd Loan Assn. I which 20 to
I ra in will be held by sponding secretary, and W. H '30 evergreen feet high which grows Is cold duly six and one-half days a week at the Ven- Hester, Mrs R D Clark and Mrs W S SHOE STORE

.t "k >n J in. 24 from S top Raudenbush, treasurer. i i I hardy and produces a fruit in ice Free Public Library in the Vemce-Noko- Rinehart
Speaker at the meeting was mis Woman's Club North 209 W. VENICE AVE. VENICE
f1 to introduce Mrs.p ,i the spring. Bldg on Harbor (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendoitt\
Hansel W, ,
to the Shed Young, Ospreynursery f .
public. - --- -- -
I The cattlye tree, I.
and 1 landscaping guava
company -
"r ad 1961 ind. came to En- owner, who discussed:;, which grows to 25 feet. Is pest Bowles To SpeakTo
"'' trees and shrubs suitable for :: resultant, fragrant, produces $959.
i 'rrcst watercolor I growth here. three crops of fruit each year HERE IS YOUR ITINERARY from
I d T sting" arose from heri He recommended burfordii, I I and has dark shiny green foil.I ChurchYomen .
i I" S \,th Louis Wolchonok, r
I : opera, or raJt paUtku, and ,I age with the new growth bright
: i York
Now etcherd
p O\\':t I.'r. with City whom she I savanna holly for either small' red. It produces. a white pompon The Rev David A Bowles 1 :; : Discover the best of all world travel-on lane),
flower.T Kill be
guest speaker at the
I (11ft' :h\ ing work basic In design her New.forr i dwarf tree or shrub bush planting with luxurient As a |I h e southern magnolia, general meeting of Venice-No- .yY4 tr on tea, and in the air. Fly to MILAN by luxurious

I ill. C"n, tudio she worked foliage but without berries, hesuggested grandiflora, which grows well komis Presbyterian Women of ALITALIA DC-8 Jet, and enjoy warm Italian hospitality
the but Is slow usually the Church tomorrow at 10 am .
comuta growing
I\ roe.1\, t 0 ai pieces s in the in creation silver, holly Most holly I varieties x rotunda I requiring 40 to 50 years to at the church fellowship W Tr" I I... all the way across the Atlantic

A"1, '. topper, enameling end are salt tolerant and frost mature hall Coffee will be served '. ;I I See Venice, Geneva, Naples and famed Mount
I d Js, and also Instructed resistant, he said The jacaranda tree which preceding
\ I'' ( ,ifts. Other trees suggested by I produces feathery leaves and the meeting at 9:45a ". Vesuvius on an exciting ADRIATICA cruise,
'( i Mve painter, she has Young for planting in this area clusters of blue bell.like flowers .m.
\ 1 In Englewood, YenT are: in the spring. Mrs. Creightun Mitten, stew- II : lr t/ Enjoy leisurely days at sea erasing the Medi
I The native yellow elder, ardship chairman, is in chargeof
=ota and has taken The camphor tree, a nativeof You'll Istanbul
terranean. at Trace
I I1, "I water colors and which can be grown as a tree China and Japan, which the program The Rev. Mr stop Turkey.
c.--, ih) one of her paint. or shrub and produces bright grows to 30 or 35 feet. Bowles will speak on "Wor s : the glories .of Greece and visit the glamorous Isle
1 irg in the Venice- yellow tubular flowers in both I ship and the Service of God." I
The Parkinsonia or "Jeru of
l 1 Art Assn juried show salem Thorn' tree which Mrs David A. McIntyre will ltd ; I Capri

\ r rat f r.It'tional wis Bank awarded of Vend an- Wow! Mink StoleIs I bears grows clusters to 25 or of fragrant 30 feet yel and sing Circle"The Two Lord will serve Prayer.refresh." / :[4 r ; t Return dome with memories to last a lifetime

I ,. I tendon. ments and give the devotions. tl CJ ,
low flowers t 4. 'r,
t'I r .""T instructors were A Door All interested women are invited I
\ ic Whitaker and Herb PrizeA /The vitex, which can be usedas ,
\ a hedge shrub or a fast- s r
mink stole will be one of i {
\ 'n '1,1', ,m to her paintings, the door prizes awarded at the growing tree. It presents no of :
The Kentuckyhas
'I-ii of her metal and enil two presentations of Sarasota growth problems, Young said, University I II
I two of the tallest guards in
'r *' J. will be shown The Jay e-ettes "Symphony 1 n and produces fragrant lay college I basketball l in 6-6 sophoj .
II : rt IY be seen Fashion" today at :2 30 j
during : .
p.m. ender flowers throughout the
more Tom Kron and 6 5 senior
-ir banking hoursuild's and 8 p.m. at Sarasota Municipal Florence Cathedral and Baplisfry > ALAI/ l ; old
-- Auditorium. summer, Charles Ishmael I 1 r ft

The shows are for the benefitof I i101 AA1U
Cookbookow the Florida West Coast 22 DAYS
Symphony, Tickets are avail. EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES ,

able here at Young Gift NookELFERDINK'S .

L""! Till
gourmet dishes and
IIe\ family recipes have i us style your favorite vase ARRIVE MILAN, ITALY

sir''Q' and con:piled by area rcsi- Liquidation ContinuesUp or ceramic Into beautiful lamps MARCH 5th Air j.w of Co//oieum// and Arch of Constantine

". "Heavenly published In a cook." To 49% Discount W"-S Rtviiino a Restyling/

"b is now on tale Morsels by the, BUSINESS & PROPERTYFOR All Lamp ftepo/n e 3RD DAY-VENICE-Morning sightseeing. Em. 12TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning visit of the National -

""'i Guild of St. Mark's SALE Work by Experienced Designer and ; bar ation: 12:00 noon-Sailing for Bari I 1:00 Museum. In the afternoon, excursion to
'copal Church. Craftsmen p.m. Cape Sounion and visit'of the Temple of

stnbution of the book, pro- ELFERDINK'SOiprey L ', 4TH DAY-BARI-Arrival at 11:00: ..m. in Bari.! Poseidon. Return to Athens.

"i dA! from which will go to- Florida THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. > I 1:00: p.m. tailing (for Piraeui. 13TH DAY-NAUPLIA-Departure from Athens
the purchase of choir 5TH DAY-PIRAEUS-4:00: p.m arrival .t Pir. along the Sacred Way.
e"church coylte\ vestments and B:30 to S Sun. I to 5j 2M N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA aeul. 14TH DAY-TRIPOLIS-Departure for Tripoln.

discussed youth acts itieg. will 6TH DAY-PIRAEUS-Morning at leisure 3:00: Excursion to Sparta and visit of Mistra. Return .
at a meeting of .---
Mother's. Guild p.m. sailing for Istanbul. to Tnpolis.
Him at the parish tomorrow hall 7TH DAY-INSTANBUL 200: p.m. arrival in 15TH. DAY-OLYMPIA-From Tripolis proceed

guild projects will also Istanbul. Sightseeing: Galata Bridge, Blue to Olympia Lunch. Visit of the ruins

""cussed at this time, Mosque, Hippodrome, Serpent Column and 16TH DAY-DELPHI-From Olympia, proceed to
cookbooks are on sale at JANUARY CLEARANCE Theodosiui Obelisk, Beyazid Square, University Patra. Lunch at Pa"",. Crossing of Corinth
'adowl Sewing Center, Dick and Mosque of Suleyman the Magnificent, Canal and on to Delphi Dinner and over.

Venice Ave Rexall __ Boulevard Atatur night at Delphi.
?.St Mark Thrift Shop u. 8TH DAY-ISTANBUL-E.cunion along the Bos 17TH DAY-ATHENS-Vint of the ruins of Del

rue Stationers and Young I DRESSES $2.00 $3.50 $5.00 phonic In the afternoon, visit the Archaeological phi. Lunch Proceed to Athens.

l\ George! R Museum, St. Sophia and Great Bazaar 18TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning at leisure. Transfer
I host at' tomorrow's Jr. I GIRL'S AND TEENS'BATHING 9TH DAY-ISTANBUL-Sightseeing: Old Seraglio to Piraeus and embarkation on M/V San

'tin*. Refreshments will be I SUITS $2.00 $3.50 a $5.00 Golden Horn, Eyub Mosque, coffee Giorgio of M/V San Marco 2:00: pun sail.

/ed..,. Mr.. Victor Bo Is pres- house of Pierre Loti. 2:00: p.m, sailing for ing for Naples.

all weather $3.00 10TH DAY-IZMIR-8:00: am. arrival at limir. 20TH DAY-NAPLES-6:00: ..m. arrival; Naples.

1 1VATCH I Excursion to Bulbuldaq and Panaya Kapulu. Transfer to hotel. Afternoon lightseeing: National

GIRL'S SWEATERS $3.50 7:00 p.m. sailing for Piraeus. Museum, Posillipo, San Martino. Seethe
I IITH DAY-ATHENS-8:00 a.m. arrival at Pir. Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius.

BOY'S SUITS $4.50 aeus. Landing and transfer to the hotel in 21ST DAY-CAPRI-E.eurjion to Capri. Visit the

Athens. Morning at leisure. Afternoon visit Blue Grotto town of Capri; Anacapri;, Villa
VENICE of the Acropolis and sightseeing of the modern San ichel". Return to Naples

PARADE town. 22ND DAY-ROME/NEW YORK Departurefrom (

"OVOr J Naples to Rome. Rome to New York
0'' SEE

HOMES : 223 W. VENICE AVENUE 314 W. Venice Ave. VENICE TRAVEL R BUREAU Phone 488.2238 !




.?.. M& MONDAY, JANUARY 20.1544

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Talent ContestTo ?

Be ConductedBy BUTTERMILKBiscuits


Junior CofC I t SHOPPING

iditioni for the Ven c'
Junior Chamber of Comnur,'
Amateur Talent contest will, I ISA
be held the next two Thu) MARKETS ,
days tt 7:30: p m jt Teen

Haven The .actual contests will br, PLEASURE! 1 1.lb. reg. 5'
gin on Wednesday night Feb ctn lOc can
8. at the Gulf Theater and will
be hold each Wednesday nigh o N
after that time for a total oH
The project l I. sponsored b:>-- (LIMIT 4 PLEASE)
the Venice Jaycees In cooperation (LIMIT 2 PLEASE)
\Y with the Gulf Theater and 'i11111111'( '1IIlL
it i designed to raise money to ,d
that I contribution can be Ao
for made Retarded to the Loveland Children School locatedin \ \\f.IIII'I/'II/'lf""Jlli'fr'/' / 'l ;;;!!; w r. _"" ..::1"11:' ;:JIOO

Englewood and Nokomii .
tj Persons of all ages are urged ", .
to attend the aud tions and in our meat crept. t
tryout for the contests if they. .. SWIFT'S PREMIUM !FREEGreen I00Jll
be amateur and not profesnlonils ,
Valuable prizes Mill be : GOVTINSPDQUICKFROZEN ... Quick Frozen Shoulder.Cut
: GRADE A, SHIPPED, _- Stamps
the ,
warded to the winner.
conteita Anvone interested a DCrD LAMB ROAST .0k this_-.4.-...
obtain further informatlon Slksd
may Swift tnmlim Super
by calling 488-9716 or by LUNCH MEATS
railing Dick Campbell a local 3 5c I pke.. ITt. ...
school leacher at the Venice 8J BAKING Ibi walrN W.o. ,...... IL I B
Junior High School at 488 3352. : Cut S 000000000000000000
or at 4883853. Tasty Leon Shoulder-

A top grade movie will bc'. ...
shown on each night either before := LAMB CHOPS
or after the contests. HENS ,::;; 50IDllRTfEA'uVV SO

oeg, Ib.45c S JT// Greon Stamps:
wood Rebekahs .ire IoIa e.p.a.4........all
Swift' Premium Super Sliced o Htrmfli Drang Band Wumn.

Install LeadersENGLEWOOD 35C If LUNCH MEATS =HRQ IA AAAAAAAAAAAftAAAAAl...1.,.. Wool.lb.,.59c...... a. IaN r1 f*"-* I

Lemon Bey 3 pkgs. 87c
Bebekah Lodge No 80 of /; s

Englewood held open installs Last, Piclli Or fm.nulH O 5)) 0J7l
tion of officers last Thursday (Sllcd Lbg.m. Smrery ,somElflfeA:
100 ft 4M. G.MH Slompi w/coupt*
evening with 130 present in
the Odd Fellows' Hall. Engle- Herman' Orange BandWIENERS / Green Stamps
'Yoood Road. ..,d 5.15_,..4...<11...55. I
Noble Grand Elizabeth Hall \' SQUIBB ASPIRIN TABLETS )
presided at the opening during I/I' ; \ .' 400'i lisa $1.39
which Sister Edith Byarsand jl' ........ ...
Golden her Days husband sang the 'I 'IIJ ; I I I I \\ lb. 59c7tJi111 OOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO wwr w.o. IL. r u:my;J,]

The meeting was then taken .!M SO tttn lrt. SbIl G_ Stimpt ./".,,,
ever by the installing staff

which Deputy consisted Jaunetta Kerrs of District as j installing 50 eF: lrEAm-50J7l
officer with Marshall 50 FREE Amso
nrotlucc Innc .
Mabel Bryant and Leona MeLoed ; Green Stamps'AlKA
Violet Hand Echo Ben Jll Greon Stamps
.. .
baker Besswr Ridnocr. Eliza. I ......._...-.4-"_.. Western Grown Cello Pock.dLUSTRECREME at thi 1..4 aril. oft I
Allegra O'Brien and Mrs A C large size 59c
Dlxson musicUn 12size.. ,$1.19 Carrots p.cg.QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ,! 1 0 wMr.. wN ,..u.... 12. 1a.Y ..
eons WW .ar U. IK4 t1;
Those installed, besides Past N1Q0 e o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO
Noble Grand Hall were: Noble
C Grand Blanche Dolbep; Vice
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Noble Grand Helen Beasley
Warden, Alice Harvey; Conductor .. gJ, "IJt
f .
Gradebelle Curtis; Recording Yrr.rr u.r w/ Ir.wr. =
Secretary Mayme
Fftitt; Financial Secretary
Bontikoe all as elected officers ,
Those who were appointed to GET ONE
rt'fice were these: Musician PAPER
Florence Hughes; Chaplain
Cora Bathrick; Color Bearer
Edith Paulson; Right Supportto FREE Tide
Noble Grand Myrtle Hud N kips
dleston: Left Support to Noble
Grand Irene Robertson; Right
Support to Vice.Noble Grand DEL MONTE 14.01. EOT.Catsup.
Clarine Hoffman; Left Supportto
Vice-Noble Grand Mary c
Towlcs. ; Inside Guardian Ar gt. 49
\'ella Johnson; and Outside Dkg
Guardian, Virginia Cleveland 1
Brother and Sister Leon reg.Pkg. lOc
Page sang a duet and violin; .
music was played during the (Limit 1 deal per customer 1 (Limit 1 w/purchoicf of
refreshment serving following and purchases af $3.00 .r more) $3.00 or more)
the ritual Noble Grand Dolbee
Cave each member red rose,
as well as to : :Installing; > rt Ivj:
E .t KWAtf* :j.:>
staff Gifts were presented to V.Jftl : ......
the Installing Officer and to
the Marshall.
In Noble I ( Libbys Pineopple-Graperuitr
turn outgoing O rXlxTRA"'X'5 0
Grand Hall presented each of -... PRICES EFFECTIVE MON., TUES., .

her officers with a gift and l Green Stamps 20 21 22 1964 Fruit Drink
was duly presented gifts from WED, JAN. ,
I X*Sill MM*.-4 KI'dltM>h <=
them. Officer and friends t
each thanked her for the sue 20-MULE TEAM BORAX cod +-

cessful year and voted her one '*9. pk,. 59e = orb'.w. 31-u.19C
of the best leaders with II ., wN, Ia....... u. .... clairt.specials
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BIT TT TSHJE ITH First Baptist Church Circle Meetings' AnnouncedJanuary .

circle meetings of The Faye Taylor Circle will home of Mr! Paul! Dunning of

Women's Missionary Union of meet tomorrow at the home of Grovelund Ave at 7.30 p.m.

First Baptist Church of Yen- Mrs. Marcus Brooks of Nokomis The Jean Favell Circle meeting
is set for Jan. 28 at 7:30: I
let will be held tomorrow and at S:30 a.m. and the Nella p m at the home of Mrs John

on Jan. 28. Dean Whiddon Circle at the Stunkard of Nokomis


Real Estate Houses For Sale Rentals Situation Wanted Misc. For Sale SALE

A HOME'"ou seat,
WANT 3 Br. 3 BII,. bedroom
Beautifully fur- furnished house.
bed with Choice Location
horn and mortgage Experienced general office cover cocktail tables !
get nlshed. Screened
A. Cond. & Heat. Sea. porch. 438-1333, 433. Like
new. Call after
work dictaphone
We get lot even Steven wall. 100x500 ft No 2151. billing Ph. 5 p.
city lax 474-1451, or Box 349 m. 488-3335.
r.fs diSCusS it right now 488-4006 Engle- Stancik
Martin S.
M. MARKLE. Realtor wood.
BYRON Mobile Homes AIR CONDITIONER suitable
phone 488-4706 FOR SALE or LONG TERM office or living room, giving REALTOR
OUTS VALUES Lease-Corner, 1 block south NEW AND USED TRAILERS I Business OpportunityHOME strong or medium coolness.
of Venice limits 15' to 50', See New Moons Fla. Good condition GREATEST SELECTION!
OO) reduction on this cor- city US. 41. Metro ; removed only Venice, Fla. phone 488-5443
$3 H. J.
', 2-3 bedrooms, 2 CB 2 bath house originally designed DarlingtonSales REPAIR and Furniture because changing to central
nor property Nokomis Hwy. 41 Ph .
I 2 carports, furnished for conversion and expansion Repair and Refinishing busi conditioning. Sell any reasonable .
baths QE I!: built-in kitchen, to office or other ness. Equipment machineryand offer, due winter season ..
come circulating heat. Owner trans commercial use. Zoned CI-A. 10' x 46' VINDALE. ALUMINUM stock. Sell! as one or sep 488-3860.

o erred. Byron Markle Realtors Ruth 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, arately. Call 488-5752 after 8 MEN'S GOLF SET, woods OF HOMES FOR EVERY BUDGET NOTICE!
438-4708 May gas- heat large gas tank wall p.m. irons, bag and Bag Boy HOWE LOT SEEKERS.
Waterfront seawall, deep 4881833. oven Kelvinator, sliding doors, Personal Golf Cart. $BO takes all. Phone IYER OFFERED! We have a good selection of
eater dockage Modem 3-bed- exceptional clone space and 8-3828.
VENICE the best home and lot val-
GARDENS. 3 bed-
room 2 baths. 2-car garage (cabinets TV antenna awnings
Landscaped lot, 3 blocks to rooms 2 baths air condition- covered patio. Not new but repainted ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.' M1NEOLA TANGELOS. Fresh WHY NOT SEE ONE sea available. To save you
bank and shopping center. Only ed. No brokers. Can be seen: and refurnished. Nice Mondays, 8 p.m., St. Mark's picked, $4.00 per bushel delivered time and money why not call
}1,300 and assume mortgage by appointment. Call 4H86718 location i and wonderful: neighbors Episcopal Church Parish Hall. Small or off-color fruit OF THESE REALTORS today. We may have in our
week days 488-1770 Sat. and I Lot ISO or call) at office Call 4884794.Business. for Julce$27S per bushel delivered listings |lust" what you are
Gulf View section of Venice Sunday. HARBOR LIGHTS Both cheaper if you TODAY looking for.
and call for. Phone .
gulf, bay shopping 488-6481
Near PersonalsTAX
center,, This) lovely 2 bedroom BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool I Lost H. P. HORN
furnished home. Reduced home. 2 bedrooms, den, Flor. 2 RECONDITIONED RCA
j bath.500 on account of death in ida room. 21x31 screened patio LOST 14 carat 3 opal stone COMPUTATION AUDITING VICTOR COLOR TV SETS. REALTOR
family, Furnished if desired. Good fi- ring at Venice High School part-time bookkeeping; $200 each. MODEL HOUSE PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.
nincm,. 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood Friday.: Reward 4HB-4218. reasonable rates. Fine references ACTION TV, INC 41 and Alba Rd.
PAUL E, NOWtAND Grove City. Venice and Northern; So. Trail So Venice In East Venice
BrokerPh. Help Wanted 15 years with one film Phone 468-4574
Registered UNCLE JOHN NELSON has a Norman 488-3880. Preferably I Bedrooms 2 Baths City Water

488-1231 nearly new 2 bedroom house COUPLE to cook, serve, shop, forenoons. FOR SALE Fireplace wood. Formica Kitchen Paved StreetCentrallyducted
14 UNIT RENTAL property, Can handle on small down pay live in Private home. For David Butterfield, Phone 488- Carport ft Utility Gas Heat $7,995
All occupied. Near chopping ment. Phone 4882307. February and March. References TYPEWRITERS and Adding 6443. Screened Porch Pr.paired for Air. LAUREL FLORIDA

and gulf. $15.600. Brokers pro. Call Venice 488-8197. Machines (mechanically operated :50 USED TVs, 14" to 27". working Corner Lot 85 I 150 conditioning: 2 Bedroom t Bath
Il'<'led. Call 4im-S fl9 GOLDEN BEACH near qulf ) Chemically cleaned, order. One group at $29, *
ARE YOU LOOKING for a like new. Just' $12.SO plus parts Masonry
Lots For Sale Two bedrooms, two baths good part-time or fulltimeincome if required. All makes. Venice come early your choice; one GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT Financing AvailableH.
30 foot Florida i in Part Sarasota Co. ;or Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. group at $35; one group at $50
roomon 4184413INTERE.STED
up with 1 yr. pix tube and
I Many Rawleigh Dealers 488-6113. N.
Venice Gardens Price .
112 ft. lot. 3 mo.
corner: parts and service 50-50
earn $2 SO and hour.
Write Walter Polskl. I up per REALTOR
$1,850 519 GULF STREET Write Rawletgh.! Dept. FAA- Dressmaking, alterations draperies warranty Alpha Music& Ap.pliance .
". 4 \73rd Ave., No., St. Peters- 563-28 Memphis, Tenn.ANNOUNCEMENT ete. reasonable. 481-1130 Opp. Theater Since 221 W Miami Ave
sag Fla.O''ERBROOK. I I 1948, Open til 10 p m. 488-2818. 488-S308

( GARDENS 93 IS hereby I ?
ft frontage on Forked Creek. made that the Civil Service SHEPARD .
Board of SITE
waterfront homesite the City of Sarasota
on Excellent Forked Creek Drive. Easy !:: BEDROOM apartment will hold a Police Entrance Examination LUMBER CO. REALISTICLY PRICED H. N. WI"me'I-Rea'for'
access to new intracoastal waterway near Nokomis Beach Monthly on February 1, 5.23 acr... Can be used at S
or season. Phone 488-5127 1964 Applications for examination 1003 N. Washington Blvd Budget Homes
Less than $40 per front Individual hometitei if desire REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
tint Phone 488-5437, will be accepted until 3.00: Saraiota td. Full price 653750..
COMPLETELY FURNISHED for Wastem Uitlen UWapfcMeoday
p.m., January 24, 1964. call 1 TERMS And Lots
J ADJOINING LOTS In Noko- HOUSE. Near beach. Season Beginning salary $4,310.00 ELLIOTT PAUL AVAILABLE tin Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I
mil East. One fronts on RaTenna rental. 488-6517. annually. I H. P. HORN ClOSED SUNDAYS rrA 1 a I 8....... !!.......
.... -ph. no.
for t I7.Al/
.11. t >
St., the other on River SLEEPING ROOMS. Meals I After six months satisfactory REALTOR
op service U,528.00 ROOF TRUSSES HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN ... .. no.. Ras
Blvd. Zoned for trailers or tional. Call 488-3917 or 474- annually. PHONE 488.3785 ANYTIMEU.S. w.I rr err I.. .......
houses. Phone 488-1M4 2636. After one year service 84,- Alum. Windows ( Doors. I 41 and Alb.. Rd.WATCH 8..n
610.00 annually. Contract .. ....k.
Roofing S Painting 1 L... a 8wk' r. V..I.
BY OWNER Gulf Shores No. BEACH CO-OP. I bedroom All! applicants must be 21 Phon. 488.2132 Venice .. p...d. ..root. t.rl ene ..... a.w. ./
1 I. Lot 34, $2,000.00. J. H. Bu- apartment. Seasonal rental. years of age end not over 33 DUPLEX BAYSHORE ESTATESEach .., .4.
lick, 120 S. Pine Scoring, Fla., 488-2S89 or 438-4243. years of age at time of appoint I I N.. I Bit.-, t Rath oIlp ...1...
tide coniiiti of 2 bedrooms tile bath ... ... ....
IV MW7 ment. Good health Is required; Auto For Sale 1 dining area, ......1 hNL I. 4. p. L
ELDERLY LADY for companion. vision 20/30 without glasses, light airy kitchen with Formica: counters and cabinets: "..1"

LOT 742.UNIT. 13, Venice Gardens 300- Large bedroom. Kitchen 20 20 with glasses; minimum 1953 FOUR DOOR 6 i'l. Cheer' I weaned porch, large utility room with eitra shower basin

II E, ,11th$1,800 St.net., Boca Owner Raton. facilities' Quiet. Near town. height for Policemen 5 ft. 8 in. rolet. Good tires good running VENICE and commode, Frigidaire automatic: washer and dryer, CHIPS JOHNSON
Phone 3953764.: 488-5133.: Application blanks may be condition. $100 00. Phone Chrysler Air-Temp central: heat end air conditioner: for each REALTOR
SLEEPING ROOMS. Outside obtained in the Personnel Office 438-4373. PARADEHOMES apartment, water softens and chlorinator, double concrete:
OVIR t Bixxnn or """ M>TSALX Room 9, City Hall. drive and large lot. Completely
carport beautifully groomed
' entrance. Also furnished Venice Aye.
LOU JACOBS. I.MH apartment. 4883912. MAN FOR UPHOLSTERY Boats For Sale furnished in eic.lltnt teite. Must b. teen to be
work appreciated. ONLY $2'.950.FRANK Phone 488-2279
Experienced. Phone
ELK INLET SeawaUed pnv- ,ONE BEDROOM efficiency 488-6550 BOAT FOR SALE. Must go. Branch Office Kent Motel
ate boat beams E. L. Kilton, Seasonal or yearly 251: Nassau Best offer, 1XK) lift. Viking C. RAEEURN TamiamI' Trail
Bayshor Drive Nokomis St., So. CORRESPONDENT to repre- and tilt trailer Phone 488-3997. REALTOR 625 So.
-- sent Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. 251 W. Venice Aye. Phones: 48J-IWO-488-2649 Ph. 488-1695 Venice.
RIVER LOT, Venice. Good for FOR -RF-NTALS' .
in the Venice area on a part
vacation cottage Sacrifice Pets ... -- -
In Venice Area 'to,
al $1,500. Call (24-5484 Sarata. time basis. Applicant should
See have general knowledge of
CHIPS JOHNSON business in this locality. Apply TRAIN YOUR DOG! Sarasota
SOUTH VENICE, 2 prime Realtor by letter stating briefly work Obedience Training Club's FIRST & FINEST IN
homesitei near beach. Lowell ,306 W. Venice Av*. 4382279 experience and educational new series of classes start Jan. Eii
prices Box 800, Rt. 1.Bnnita ; background to R. W. Andrew, IB, 7:30: pm. Sarasota National
Springs Fla. 100 THE!: ESPLANADE. 2 bed- P. O Box 271. Tampa 1. Fla. Guard Armory. Information

Houses For Sale 4885698.furnished' room apartment.. By season Beautifully or > Female Help Wanted BEAUTIFUL 488-1268. SIAMESE Seal- I1 I SHOPPING AREA VENICEIIIOWNTOWN

BUY A LOVELY NEW HOME. IK-V i '.'18r'l I WAITRESSES. Full Or part point female kitten. 0 months
Pay for It like rent. F. C. MMiubto Mm'RNIUHKD_ O,U.. .. time. Apply in person. Venice old. All shot*. $1]. Phone 488-
.. Penman Building Construction. tall LOU JACOM. .'.-1117 Yacht Club. 3011. I1ENICE
Phone evenings 488-5M3: or ,
*nte P. O. Box 334, Venice.

WATERFRONT- No k o m I s A \Warm Welcome Awaits You I
Acres-2 bedrooms, 2 baths,

dock $1 ,800. Owner. 488.3495. I thrifty shoppers please take note. .

2 BEDROOM Modem house on At ,
channel. Central heat, air I

Conditioning, Florida room. DOWNTOWN!
Mortgage arranged. Channel YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER

|lane. Nokomis 488-5062.: FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE

... .........
SOUTH VENICE -es>,tap ---", -_ --- c
Furnished! $10,000 00 : THE MEN'S SHOP ,.
J bedroom Florida room DICK I & MEADOWS PHARMACY *

screened porch car port, util CABANA SETS
!ity nxim plus outside storage. I by JANSEN and HATHAWAYIn

"f. Built-in stove and oven "WIND & WEATHER" LOTION t CREAM Plaids, Prints and Strip
washer, drapes, rugs,
mower and garden tools 231 W. Venice Ave. 488-6776 Medical Canter Bldg.tmmmmimimamiMMmKntwmHimm : 225 W, Venice Ava. 488-1620

Twin J beds In one room. 120x mimimmmmair r m..n ...._ ___ "'_........,... __......4:10: -
100 foot corner lot with convenient

Jigncd for year round com"ft. w Wedding Rings Diamondr Stona Set Ring
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD Watches Silverware JewelryWatch
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor Sale Service Supplies W. !Repair All Maker
452 601 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL and Jeweler Repair
Ph 4R84974Bv ij
Stuart M.rricl, Owner W VenieaAv.. 488-3119

OWNER Low down pay. 235 W. Miami_.Ave.. 4M-2473 -____ 4>-,,_ ..........._ ......., ..wpleaa ,vvaaeaeete
ment. I bath SERVICESSAVINGS ___ -- At.
*II' Phone 4381827.WATERFRONT Showing I Open Frl., Sat. ft Sun. Only

ACCOUNTS MORTGAGE LOANS 'Ia Sherwin-WillJami Paints Bruning Paint PALM SPRINGS WEEK-END Showinq This Wael-End
HOME, 2 Bedd -
ro0ma. lw baths Interior and Exterior Starting Friday
2 4' Rea, nable. Phone garage 488- U. S. SAVINGS BONDS 0 HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS We Carry A COMPLETE Hardware Line WHO'S MINDING THE I plus -
2/3! W. Venice Ave. 4884909n..JtIOIfI7 RUIN
-- -<: "
1 bath. Florida
1>:TV1 Golden Beach section CHECKS PARKING LOT 4 VENICE TILE & FLOORS Welcome/ To
tIterR berle St., Venice MIke TRAVELERS I

C 1 u. Jiu"JACnee.AHial" "ii" > i' ra 488-1117 I W. Miami Ave. Dial 483-3457
311 W. Venice Ave.
b RGE NEW 3 bedroom 2 ; urnw --.e_.....___ __ r' ....-
CoaUl on corner lot. Gulf 8'_ u.nt q
t Blvd. Small down pay. Mon. Frt. 9 A.M. 3 P.M. I ', VENICE STATIONERSOFFICE Venice LILLIAN'S Englewood

mom; Phone 488-2307. HOURS ,a iI i/ See Our New Collection Of
ver rstlo CLARA TIFFANY Spring and Summer Dresses

Typewriter. Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated) In Misses and Half Sties:

ELFERDINK'S w Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Required VENICE ONLY OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 PM.

Liquidation UP To 47 Continua 1 211 W, Venice Ave 48S-4II3 207 W. Venice Ave. 488-2525

BUSINESS S%PROPERTYFOR Discount: FEDERAL I -. I _1 r r dI.................... 6



I Man's and Wome,,', Garment 481.3080)I
: I 121 W. Venice Ave.
I Mo 5 223 Miami! Ave. 488-1562

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Fes' ;. ij Rob:rts' Radio Englewood I

: It Out About

\Work Recognized(:
YBIIaKR .,r Tnt; A'A1Eb IIL Elizabeth II when we loaned them our r'.
.. .., ...., . Thin came from Li ndon. I England: publisher whors trie heater They have h .
.. ,. ,. w Canadian
now..t 1'41o'th. Ti moon,
.. today made a baron Roy trailer in Tampa and
I stations
.. a
,1 Irl t. h and television
I... p.blbbM, ......" A. '..... .1 ,q.," .' By City Codicil! controls a network of nlt..papein radio other coun. placing it in a lot of this,I
Ms .... ........Lno Canada. the United Stal.s.tries. Bntian and some in the choosing in ShadHan J'
.. .,. .., _. '. elevate d to the British peerage
_. .." lint, .d, N" .r 'h R R', hefts. local bar Thomson M, was leave us Jan 23.
Jim r.ille.rae r caps""! f ro'ir.' rl" i> Year Honor List _
tl'k H.lm" radio opera Queen New have lost contact 0--
fr'- .,, for his Since Jim Jessie left Punt. Ootla we Herald
NATIONAl fOlTOlUtlAsffbcgti wJ >' but it end the Englewood The Evelyn Shy
with the Punta Gorda paper
'it latter held Tues8ht on McCall Road IS n, '
N .,' ; / then Uayor Smyth '' were controlled by the Thorn, guests Mr. and Mrs Gordon to up Calhoun Center on I It".

') Br' hard presented him with son chain when Mrs EdnaScrrell N... of Pembroke Ontario, Ave over this week nd ,
jn engraved pen and pencil and I were its Canada and Mr. and Mrs L. hope to be open fnr hu"i
Edward D. Ball. Editor and Publisher, net during the regular meeting staff in Englewood WOrlun'j) Welk of Killaloe Ontario Monday the 20th Its h.. ,

e. Courtney Willis. Eieeut.v. EditorGeorge of city council. !I oWe the niece and nephew of MrsNass long time since we talked t I
\ r E' S DIATRIBEBy I I Roberts who Is beginning are. lookiag WRIT I Mr. and Mrs H T. Baker Mrs Fernandes and wes
I Lola .
Zuraw, Advertising ManagerRoger ofTamiami the arri; al of Mrs also entertained ,
his third term a* president of Point O Pines long chat Know sh I:
Kilby Mach niul. l S.e jrii DIFFi LEWIS t call us the
She promise *
national recognition ta When the
gained their cousin) -0-
RATES In county/ IS 25 per year. tt M per I day she planned to leave Pa' '
SUBSCRIPTION Good it is to find someone who can still write a long amateur radio circles following len left Canada the temperature
*2 75 three months 10 cent per copy. Out ofounty I The house here on CocoonwVhas ,, below The Water Comp itvering
six months per letter in this speeded gadget a*.. Once upon a time Hurricane Donna was 23 degrees th
montna trenches
$6. IS M 2; per six months 13 per three and bound for been cleaned shadows removed stopped In the
d per year letter writing was an art 1ft tself, preserved The mayor reviewed Rob- and the house has a zero. Enroute they the road with \"r +"dwhat
posterity in many cases In fact some letters fetched high erts' addit wnal ac'n'aiea in Washington D. C and visited thc\! .
racket t
"1 Air Age Returns prices Still do it written to the wrong personA the radio fIeld in 111-1.ng the look have of the expectancy old dead trunk We are of theHibiscus tot,, the late President Kennedys horrible a noiso us'
of the New Yorker magazine
lone winded lady friend Cuban situation in October. ,
let *. down, have al' Irave. bombing in M" '
the. atr returned to Vemee wo of the town that we i cut
age AlHfcmster sometimes has a letter in the topics 1962 when \ tr'(e a' chartered Mr. White 1 This is their first visit to remcmbci I -
of SOIIfh Central ready spoken to Anyone
H cam in on the wing Rermms j ent 'of her CIvIl! DPI .
enjoy I on roe maps and they have so enjoyed
tile huts right in our direction It could about it I' back'
Wednesday. andiag I
nespr.I I ** flight lenghty letters .n ore from our as an evocur i p'er for the colorful flower. and
have been nothing but a quick t oWe -0-
it hits here Mm" I .
Flofde Air Tai called Englewood friend rf! t nd the
.< *h I II Mr. Tetter '1.
otestM who writes of his transplant to eccenti "p'.1 boEUHl \ I they are going to
eg.Th. handed the girl. and there, was ,f Venice for the Christmasards their trip
friend to cover 'n rn
-d. service, one ftp: ..rtfI Chicago He may not approve I I before .
start of the twea- v a surprised and delighted smile" She not only called us Miami and Key West ",
.ed) .*. tew. *. removed Venice from the ._1.... ,...atiafto of that city. but his unfortunat business lies v ''on her face and a few ii "rdA I a jo, but drove down with a I going back to Canada him trees last with night bags J, "ek h.., ,
but for his choice
of the. finest a.rpects. w the CMirtry I thanks and she left cards ..0-
.iiamima there rather than here. Here, e rge bag ed our Camb'>l i and I "
no asjmpiafWal. air *.,,ice. what he had to say New Year I "Now it may have b." n v ( eaps. Iota and oodles Tanks I We are losing our nice new ering shrub The In Ie

The chamber of commerce has boon pluffl hard fw Eve, 1883"Dear :- most banal end ama'u." \ -0- neighbors, the Sisto Huelga ....e might save .
a'.. .. tfw. maior .., l.net. to come to Verne We .fce*.. Dave: While it is still sketches and )it for rr' tt r The former Jean l'w re- I They have had it Seven daysin

Mod feeder lino tarv.ee. now ,in South Caflh*!. Lrt'l.t fresh in my mind here i. on I was something 'o''' ti'.f.! nlv:J married to this weather without heat. '
a ...1tIIptlliWy I well humorous Ir' T have moved into their new I The company is In Sara Harvard won this 1 I'" ,
eiw end (. .t flyin ill and out of Vtlllee. of those little vignettes that I as n gas
peh reap '
i incree ill the number" of flights in .... *" find so characteristic of Chicago | idea of this 'old 20"t t -f f fill e across the street from sota and se\en days ago they ern hockey till v 'h
an and so much a part of ""* riding around I,i ii' brook Gardens May YO'J', called them from our house victory over Best?n C''
too dlubet \ I 1 there in your --- .
the fascinations of the city. I buses, sk.tchng an' happiness -=" ""Y'" --.-_- .
Yesterday it was terrible chick within range ond ,1-( 1 ,* home -- -

Left Lane Drivers cold here. and I found myself handing them the sketches u id -0- I
his The New York Club has 148
unavoidable appointment WOOIWORTH'SYOU'D \
lire list state Uflitlature eme up' with *.">e row witn an ,.i.''ben now They met at'hi' [ j
on my hands q'nte a "Me continued on hI.I a\
down accidents If may are a
traffic .Ui which should' cut on ways on the northwest side I completely undisturbed and un. Veteran Hall Tuesday I
lftty) enforced. but they patted up on* of the. matt' inn' had to transfer from one bus abashed although he must M New members are: Mr. and I EXPECT TO PAY

pertatit. here the smooth flow of traffic o* a f*_r.|lane to another at a point that was have been aware that more Mrs K B. Hetken from Sid

highway Is ceocenodHw the first stop out of the down people than not in that grub- n i Mr and Mr. Earl Ben TWICE/ AS MUCH! ,
many time have you driven for miloi on a laugh. town on the line t needed by neighborhood would have "'Iln of Branchport; Mr 'and
crowded two-lane highway only to raach! a fovr-lan* stnykb. There must have been a traf reproached him at his age for M r. F G. Much of Buff'alo.!

and And you have to pan on the right if VM are to 9tt fie tieup in the downtown. because devouring unsuspecting sexy .nd Paul H. Donahue also of

round "the" slow diver ill the left-hand.. lass after a half hour waft girls visually and then trying Buffalo: Mrs G B Cornisk
thorn the it often stymied in the cold and a lot of objectionable to get a smile and a few kind of Meridan; Mr Carl Stevensof
right I
Your effort to on
patt language by the word out of them by giving B. ROBERT Ridgewater; Mr. and Mrs I
in that lane "
either slew driver or
there is .
h_.. Mr
passengers a transit supervis them the sketches He shoi'd \ H Bacon of Albany; .
traffic en the. right' n going by you at such a clip that. YM or vacated and turned arounden oerhaps have a better use for 1 I crcd! east rf f PJim Beach last and Mrs S C Moreaca cf

have to wit for a breed MI that lots >line before nuking incoming bus and put us his time but then again what I October All three ,f these New York City; Mr and Mrs

your move on bard better can you suggest' event took hours and *',urs of Ham Flagle of Omits: Mr .a'n'
The sign along the right thouldon of the read "$l*... Perhaps it ls so long since "To me there is somethingin I "Ham" radio "on the air" the and Mrs L. L. Ackley and Mr \

Traffic Keop Right," toorm to have a liHI affect on 1 tf.i you've ridden a city bus that this akin to the fascinationof mayor pointed. nut and Mrs Harley Olds ofOieonta

loveri of the left.hand lane. you may have forgotten that digging into the mud at the I Microphone PresentationIn I ; Mr and Mrs RenE I

At first you cans them the benefit of. tilt doubt thmk.ng just inside the entrance there bottom of Lemon Bay and pull turn Roberts prevented! Pettet of Sidney; Mr. and

? they are going to make left.turn at the neat interactionBut are opposing,. parallel seats :ing out a handful of exquisite the city a microphone to be Mrs G. L. Zimmerman of .
irdnseetien. after intertetticn. goes by md they are along the sides, each holding little shells this love of beau I ,used for the Vence: Civil De Canandamue; Mr. and Mrs FStevens ." .
about four passengers, before that down and down, I tense radio station WMRDY of Cnaument ; Mr and ,
still glued in the Ian. driving .t .bout half the maimumtpeed the transverse aeats start I seeps Mrs William Hayden of Coo-
The the
until all seams lost then _U.I: mike was given to r Fod'; ; to '
limit got the first transverse seat to up suddenly and stubbornly local amateur radio club by pertown; Mr Mrs Herman 9 Aluminum ,
If YOII'Jiv, them the horn during daylight hours you get the left and filled up the remainder an unexpected place ,Cliff J. Ooette of Station I I Paulsen of.Fillmore; Mr

all .* loflkt from the! driver and the ,.".ng.,1 of it with a samplecase "Well. that Is holiday K4JU in Inverness I land Mrs. Howard Venherin of

and tW driver just| ..-. to b* moro determined than ever I wan carrying. story for you for this my year. I Ater! hearing of the Venice ,, Wales; Mr. and Mrs William ; Chair & Lounge
that he hat something he itnt The bus of course. filled I, Henninge of Greene; Mr and
giving up am spending New Year Eve (club s plans of inaugurating a
At night. blinking; of your headlightt will girl torn" rapidly and 1 soon had sitting quietly with a few bottles of radio code and theory class for I I I Mrs. Fred Turner of Buffalo; I 5 Strap

ef the mane. alert driven an ind cation of your intention to right ahead of me in the long |I Heinecken and some very aujthentic I itudents from the 6th grade Mr and Mrs M Connolly of
titudinal seat, a callipygoussexy & Green and White
past en the loft But in a "majority| of instances that down but hardly slick chick f old-fashioned German through the 12th grade, Qoettelonated New York City and Miss 1
work. Christmas cookies. hard to the microphoneThe Nancy Jackson of Repeat. has Positions
even with a Nordic air about herm I Lounge
Our tar momi are going into construction of. miles of green stretch pants under an I find But by chance I stumbledon club will begin weekly I Norman Frazer again .Is I''

multl'Uned highways but th! reason for t+r... highway is overcoat with a wide fur col'ar' 1 I a little bakery a few blocks I classes in radio code and the- president Leroy Lafountain Full 6 Ft. Length

losing much of its purpose so long at there ere thos drivers ,surmounted by a tubular fur down the street right in the I>ry tomorrow at 1:30: p.m. in vice-president Mrs C. Armit
heart of Hoodlumville and justa age treasurer and Mrs V. I Double Tubular Arms
t clubroom at the Venice
who along in the left hand lane without moving over 1 hat while from the gap between
creep block from Skid Row bak .
I olice i>> and Fire Station. Dale Marcus secretary.After
I them protruded delicate
Into mo. slow I.n. of traff c. rg some authentic Pfeffer ;Johns of Sarasota will instruct the and dinner r CHAIR LOUNGE
If of thet (lovers of the left.hind lane I and regular if not the pret meeting 1
you are one beat I features in the world anditrands I assisted by club members a song-fest was held anda
won't you plots move over and give th r. rest of us 4 I "In line with the Chicago Grand March
J of blonde hair so disarranged To be known as the "travel.
chnc. All your follow. motorists want is to use the lane to I as to suggest but Story I read a Time review I I II ng mike" the instrument will I An amusing incident, not S3.29 $7.95

p." you and then he will get back into the right lane tot: without a definite hint that that quoted some sayings of I if loaned to deserving youths enough chairs to seat them all I 'I

until he comet up behind another slow driver. 1 his was an intentional manu I the Chicago journalist who who have completed the radio I they went home and came

1J J'acure rather than the result I wrote the Mr Dooley column ,Dora and qualify for Federal back with folding chairs, You're Money Buys Moro At ;
of f natural causes. She malave \ in the past. One of his gems (:Communications Commission -oMr + w vl3+'
been just a tramp buthere I I (minus the Irish brogue) Is I icenses when it JS n t bein. and Mrs H Na-i of VENICE SHOPPING CENTER -

Library Column j was something underu- Reformers want to suppress used at CD Ht-j Iqu0 ,rs. \"cnl"Jr.n Gardens have h, u st .. .
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ably that set her apart everything. but politicians only J. 1r n awaw.- -
Diagonally opposite her in' want to suppress evidence'

he: far corner of the lonci i. Where else but Chicago wouldanvone
: ITS DIFFERENT ADROAD :udmal seats. an old gent hadaken accept the trulh and

By HENRY CALVINA t a seat The alight derogation then blurt it out so casually" fF1 ....

Review by Elizabeth Brawn I{ implied in gent is even Welt folks. there the "Chi !t .. 1
This is an unusual supense story made so simple in the I lomewhat above any social cago Story" for those of us 0.

telling that "ne feels Jt could happen to anyone. I IA pretensions he may have had v.ho.ve never been then. We
spinster from Scotland is at lust free from years of c ir suggested He did lock have known a few Chfcagoians. 'ifAf.c J"'IN \
filial duties so travels t" France In a small red car to visit somewhat more than a retired including; some fine boys in

her sister and brother.in.law who are vacationing there I actory hand but still the mos school but an adverse press \ "
She becomes involved m violence and theft and in COIII prosaic and middle-clua Imai;. during the prohibition massac .
treat, with a French "garagst" of great charm who comes j nable. He wore an old-fash' and at election vote count. 0LIE

often to her rescue coed beakcap that was oversize I ng time has given us warped .
I liked the easy manner of writing and the humorous way enough so that he could views of the ."windy city" .
Mr. Calvin deals with the disposal) of his vlllians and their pull it down over his ears without What's it like friend Gale 1 r

valuables > lowering the earflaps The 'mm your viewpoint after SNACK BAR O'DOLAN'S BAR
only thing that might have I banking there for years and C
seemed to be incongruous wasi meeting all strata'
THE i piece of what looked like I BILLIARD ROOM DOLAN Owners
rater-color board that he car :.>>i finest PIZZA this side

WTOTE 'led-wrapped on its face and United Church L '/ of Ireland

Poi t foreign'led into language a bundle with some I I Pool T.bles 3 Snooker I Billiards SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES

newspapersHe I I "Genuine ivory BaUs" KOSHER
must have been a rej Circles To Meet CORN BEEF

I liar passenger on the run be I U OPEN 10 ..m. to Midnight ITALIAN MEAT BALL
ause he had entered into whatwinded Mrs. Alice Norman will givea 'PHONE BAR.BO PORK OR BEEF
; SUNDAY 1:30 to Midnight
By p.m.
like a familiar con'ersatlon dramatic reading "In My Located Just South of Intersection of'
VICTORY I VICTORY : Yes that s the word around I I 488. M
with l
1 the bus driver Father's House at the meeting Routes
\JHS The beat KMI in the first basketball of 'I 775 and U.S, 41 On The
varsity game md if there was any foreign of Circle One of United B Trail-
the season The score was 38.29. Venice played Sarasota Jr. I iccent in his speech it was of Churchwomen Fellowship today ;: DINING SPECIALS
High on Tuesday. The final score was 37-24 as Venice did it I he slight sort common to the at 1 p.m. at the home of
again Die junior varsity score was 28-17 to give the Lt'l 1 Indians second generation Mrs Howard Aldred, Citrus NON BREADED PORK CUTLET 1.40

a clean sweep VJHS plays an away game against "We were travelling through Road. TUES. SLICED B'OUE BEEF or PORK $1.40

Brookside at the Riverview gym tomorrow afternoon. The t tI the dreariest of n.ibborhood.1 Members are requested to I WED.-Ro.st Tom Turkey Sage Dressing $1.40 -- -_ -- -

I I'' game begins at 4 o'clock. -just small grubby, commer '
bring setting equipment i
I The Student Council sponsored dance Friday night It I
r (ial vulgariansm not even the work session.JIITCH. 1890 S. T.mi.ml Tr, Phone 488-5888 Venice
waa from 8 to 11.30 p.m. It waa the first school dance of tile I aromatic slums of the sort that '

1MI-M year and everyone seemed to enjoy it. evoke visions of the nobility of RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE

A newly-formed band called The Shifters' furnishedthe mankind in the hearts of do- lCWI"e_ .u' "..... "'. ai> Beach Rd. & SR 775 Englewood

music I iooders Apparently nothing ,.0-
Another dance which is just for the junior high students ,was happening and there is no o.,;; ......... "' WI FISH FRY All the Fish
will be held on Feb. 14. This will be a combination ValenI nay of knowing if the old 5150 I
tine. Day ball and a victory dance since it wW be the last .(ent' habitually seated himself Every Friday you can eat. I
basketball game of the season for VJHS The event will be ext to the door to be on hand VENICE LOBSTER SPECIAL I
sponsored by the Newspaper Club. I for' the sequel when ver DOS. PARADEof I CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE SALAD BAR I

If you re wondering why you've been seeing kids walking I ible. There was then nothing A FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ROAST TURKEY SUNDAY DINNER 2.00
around the campus with red and white buttons on. it's because noticeable till the girl got up ) CALL 474-1880 I
the Pep Club bought buttons for all the members If I to leave end passed him. Come fay Boat Come by Car Open II ..m. Dinner Served From
5 to 9
you would like to join the Pep Club contact Ltrell Griffin or "Then he tore off a piece of .- pun p.m._ L
Cindy Henne paper from an ordinary notepad I HOMES THE DECKHOUSE ,
Another great issue of the INDIAN: SMOKE SIGNALS : which had been: hidden al!1
comes out on Jan. 31 Everyone will be sure to buy one since I the while behind the parcel t4 TARPON CENTER (
CALL 488-2391
they re only 5 cents. which he had been holding up. ,' t I


s. Tamiaml Trail I Venice ''I A'l. 4 Mi South of
)liS l S. Tamiami Trail 488.3965-488.6150 r from '12 to 2 p.m Venice 488.2295DUGOUT '
"Your Complttt' Entertainm.nt DINING ROOM OPENS 12 NOON
Brad Repair lubricate Chasm ',I.-II.".H.( t ,.._ Served fi Bull Pen
End .i _1 Bar Open NightlyRIDAY
Front Alignment Oil Chang SNAfK BAR 1
Front End Overhaul Adjust| Headlight Beam canine U.Nr1.r : from 5 to 10 pm R I :
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Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs a i In WIFKLT Out 1'..IKJtOB.... C.nter"I I S t Pound SPECIAL ;

I Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard .I OPEN BOW IVOTil I I II PLEASANTINFORMAL Maine Lobster Dinner . .. .. .. . $525
I Radio Repairs Transmission Repair t ,... "_ j I SUNDAY CANDLELIGHT BUFFETts _
nmr' SI..... Plni SURROUNDINGS I Served from .
I to 6 .

Aircond tioninq Repairs and Installation .. the ORGAN NIGHTLY OPEN DAILY
.0 7 A.M. TO
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