Venice gondolier
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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
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System ID: UF00079934:00166
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VOL. 20, NO. 7 '16 PAGES *'""".;:.. rs os dmr' d..:.':'?...** THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1964 VENICE, FLORIDA En e:;' t,1'A'"V: ? w"r'=:a PRICE 10 cola

'Miracle Mile' Beach Area Development

Cleary Major Hurdle With Street PImSchool

Harbor Drive Extension Is Given

Building Co-Op Water Rate I

Approval Of City And WCINDBy

Decision Awaits
Program Ok'd W EARL At'MANV astically hailed! the agreementwith

The long hoped.for extensionof the WCIND.
Further StudyA Harbor Drive to the southern Brohard said, "I considerthis

\ will start shortly on awarded Earl Lamb Construe. limits of municipal airport, a great step forward in

million dollar public tion Co, by the Sarasota County envisioned eventually to be- the development of our beach
expansion program in Board of Public Instruction routine hearing on water come Venice's scenic "Miracle area, and I'm deeply appreciative -

i ,: with the new facilities, Tuesday: night. The firm will rates charged cooperative yK 3w 6 r Mile," is now a virtual certainty of the WCIND coopera-
11 11.ork apartments developed Into a ice
20 new classrooms, tion in giving us the choiceof
( have 200 working days to complete 1
weighty discussion at city hall
for occupancy at the the job This development came Mon routes.
of the fall term The board Lamb's Tuesday on what a coopera day with city councils author "The extension of Harbor
,t for the work was' base bid of $473,209 accepted tive apartment is or is not. ization of an agreement with Drive will give us access to
I I plus addi- The question of the water the West Coast Inland Navigation that mile of beach property, ,
tional alternates which broughtthe rates was unresolved at it. a w District whereby WCIND plus paved access to our golf
total of $495: .004. conclusion and it was decided will pay for construction of the course which lies in the same
first National New Classrooms that the water board would 22-foot paved street. area."

The base bid Included construction look further into the matter The extension will clear the At present there Is only a
of SIT additional The meeting was a joint, informal way for opening up the nearly narrow shell road extending

lib Among New classrooms at Venice High one by city council and one-mile 1 long undevelopedstrip down the gulf frontage. The
School, alxIt Venice Juror' the water board on a' petitionby lying between the air new road will be at least 22

High and eight at Venice Elementary three cooperative apartments C port and the gulf, from the feet wide, paved and built to
seeking a reduction in '' 'A present terminus of Harbor the city's street specifications.When .
orida Banks Alternate bids accepted Included what they contend are discriminatory I t Drive on the north to the completed by the city's
the following: water rates charged Caspersen properties on the engineers it will be taken over

I The First National Bank of S Galvanizing outdoor lockers them. $ south. by the city for maintenance,
Three peek; Cut the same as other city paved
Iecf ranked fourth in total $330 : WCIVD Funds
The cooperative apartments : fYP streets.
;Hits among the 42 new S Installation of an exhaust seeking the reduction Council action was taken at
are Director Paul
dnki which opened in Florida air system in the shop and 1 waiver-of-notice City Planning
a special
Palm Terrace Pointe Whitecap
A. Youngberg, who with Coun-
I it year, woodworking department to meeting following WCIND's
and Venice Beach
Apart- Commissioner Masel C.
released remove dust and fumes In
Comparative figures this on Friday of
ments One Inc They are be- Huston has been instrumental
Dye -
v the Florida Bankers Assn department which '11be\ alr- ing $62,945,30 to pay for the construction
represented by Attorney in out the
"awed the Venice bank conditioned and windowless, of the extension. The working
Hazen Lt4 agreement with the WCIND,
':cb opened on March 29, $4144. money will be put in escrow,
In their the "
petition, apartments was especially elated I am
| <63. had total deposits of $4- S Carpeting<< of the new Dewey Dye Jr., the navigation! "
said they were being I be he
Just as happy as can ,
12 2000 at the close of the year. science lecture room to improve district's attorney, explainedand
charged far out of proportionto said. "It will open up the entire -
I The local bank total was acoustics in this area will be paid to the city on
the charges levied on non- airport beach at
I it $18,000 less than the Plaza accommodating 120.130 pupilsat r v a definite schedule 50 per property "
cooperative apartments. practically no cost to the ,
la aioeal, Bank of Orlando, a time, $1,438Conversion It cent when the road is designedand city
cited for example that a he said.
frhch had deposits of $4.578O ,- r of two classrooms the rights-of-way approved
non-cooperative apa r,t men t President E. S. (Bill) Raymond -
> Into a single 30 cent when the road
area to .J per
32 units presently is smilingly added, "We
I First place was held by the house[ a complete Art Department pay.ing '.. is half completed and the bal-
an of $93 month have contemplated the con-
ter National Bank of Miami $7970; and conversionof average a :-: ance when the paving is finish
:3 than a cooperative witha .
t 1:1$8: ,S56.000 and second two other classrooms Into e like number of units. ; ed. Continued( on page 2))
k act was held by Business Education The city was the
University Depart : given
The .
question of the status ofa ..j
lauonal\ Bank of Coral Gables ment, $7,908. choice of building the road on

\ th ))4.979,000. One Bid Rejected injected cooperative into apartment the discussion was -- y:.. ...... ,...-.-........... ..........'.1..-.............-.;-.'..."-. ..-*' the east side of the airport Schools Forego
[ Figures previously released The board rejected one alternate when Water Board member along the right-ofway of the
eed First National of Vent -. bid, for carpeting of David Hamilton asked whether HARBOR DRIVE EXTENSION Dotted line Inland Navigation District, in lieu of a previously inland waterway or extending Full Holiday
t in first place among new the new elementary school I occupants of (lower part of photo) between the airport and considered extension of Airport Avenue. Harbor Drive along the west
Ifflki which opened during the buildings. j co-op apartmentsare the Gulf of Mexico shows the approximate The new route will make possible opening up Hide of the airport property to Sarasota County public
owners or renters.
'ear on Florida's west coast. (Continued on page 2)) I (Continued on 2)) route to be followed by the new stretch of the undeveloped city-owned mile of shore the Caspersen holdings! The schools will hold classes on a
pare Harbor Drive when it is extended to the Cas area into one of the finest beaches on the city naturally chose the latter shortened schedule Friday instead u;, .
persen holdings south of the airport. The ex west coast. route since it will aid in the of having a full holidayas
tension will be financed by the West Coast development of the citys gulf originally scheduled.

beaches The change was necessitated
IIt81g y. uM aluraa. Rights-of-Way because classes were dismissed -

Annual Mothers' March The only hurdle still to be last Nov 25 for a day of
TuesdayAn overcome is securing the right mourning following the deathof
of-way across the U. S. Coast President Kennedy. Fri-

5 Guard Loran Station propertyand day's schedule is required to
"r"- announcement was made welcome the marchers. speed research of a possiblecure a small adjoining strip make up for that day.
-v.n this week by Roy E. Dean The Venice-Nokomis Bank for arthritis, further Im- now reserved for the U S. Teacher conferences hava
.. _. I{ Chairman of the Venice area has again kindly consented to provement of the Salk vaccine Air Force for observation purposes been rearranged for Friday on
h March of Dimes, that the annual remain open the evening of the and to relieve the crippling effects the basis of the following
Mothers' March would Mothers' March in order to accept of birth defects. Mayor Smyth D. Brohard schedule of class dismissals:

...: 00 J t take place In the Venice area : the deposit of funds received Mrs Charles Becker, Chair- said he is consulting with the Englewood and O s pre y,
; '-" : : on Tuesday, Jan 28 I during the March, Dean man of the Mothers' March proper government officials 12:30: p.m.: Nokomis and Ven-

As in past years, all residents -' said requests that anyone interestedin and hoped to reach an agree ice Elementary, 1 p.m.; Venice
are asked to leave their I The monev collected for the taking part contact her at ment soon. High and Venice Junior
to outside lights on in order to March of Dimes is used to 4881992. All city officials enthusl- High 1:45: p.m.

J.lgSPPtt, ar 'n"a..tiau+ -

POSTHUMOUS. New Chamber Regime SetWith s Broad 64 Goals! I

MEDAL (. ,
a new slate of officers] public marina and Improve- Talks On HighwayThe cilities to be built at the inter. mood.
at the helm, the Venice Area ment of public beaches both in Saturday night banquet section of US 41 and State State Senator' Warren Hen

Chamber of Commerce em- the City of Venice and Sara speaker was Don King, executive Road 773 and Mayor Smyth D. derson served as master of
i k rf M barked this week upon a broad sota County secretary of the Tampa Brohard talked briefly on city ceremonies The Rev. Mile

and ambitious program for e Support for the construction Bay Regional Planning Council, affairs. DrPagter, minister of Grate
19R4 of an overnight trailer who stressed the need of a Parker and his Wife, and Methodist Church, gave the
The program was laid down parking facility in the Venice Tampa-to-MJamil1mited access Mayor and Mrs. Brohard were benediction.

I !( HER FIRST in and new officers were installedat vicinity. highway which would pass justto banquet guests as were Com Following are the 1964 committee .
PUBLIC APPEARANCE ceremonies placing him in the Police Hallof
I Slnt" the death of her the chamber' 40th annual C Arranging for a winter the east of Venice missioner Fred H lgh and : assignments of the Venice .
husband, Dallas PoliceD Fame. She retained her
, J. composure banquet Saturday night Har- meeting of a national flying "There is no official from Mrs. Haigh, Commissioner and Area Chamber of Commerce
Tippit who was .lau> moments throughout the ceremonies which ended with
after the >late President Kennedy was aasaasi.rated the unveiling of the memorial plaque in the vey Rohlwing took over as group at Venice airport this region federal, state, Mrs Boyd Gernhard, Commissioner :
I Nov 22 in ,president, succeeding Frank e Attracting light industry to local who does not wholly Johnson Warren, Commissioner Advertising and Publicity
Dallas Mrs. Tippet' came to Police Museum She returned to Tampa Saturday -
and Edward J, Ew- endorse the of efficient Mrs Masel Chairman
the National Police Sovereign, the area. concept an and Hus Larry Rhodes; Ed
Hall of and Museum and for Dallas Sunday
in North Port Charlotte Fame evening. emplaned log became vice.president.The S An east-west road from arterial highway down ton, Floyd Potter, president of Ball, Jack Briggs, George
take part morning! oath of office was given Venice to State Road 70. the west coast to connect the the Englewood Chamber of Cummings, Clifton Hendrix.
'* X- X X- X- these two and three new directors S Necessary traffic control state's two great metropolitanareas Commerce, and Mrs Potter, Area Development: Chair.

-Larry Rhodes, Earle lights in Nokomis upon completion ," King said W R. Chance, president of the Ed Ewing.
Plans Return Kilton and Ralph Wolfer, by of four.lamng of U.S. He expressed hope approvalof Punta Gorda Chamber, and Area Promotion: Count Corn-
f1rs. Tippit Municipal Judge John J. Blair 41. such a highway could be Mrs Chance; Venice Council- well, Larry Rhodes, Fred Han.

e A road side park on U.S. achieved by 1972 woman Blanche J. Celli and son, Murphy McGrath, Eric
Earle L. KUton was givena I 41 at Eagle Point Sarasota County Commissioner Mr Celli; Councilman Dr John Erickson, George Devlin
standing ovation st Satur- I e A 1964 goal of 500 members L. L Parker spoke on R Hogan and Mrs Hogan, and Transportation and Indus-

I for Summer Visit To Area the day member-retter.chamber's night VACC champion banquet new as the "South 40" courthouse faI I Council President-- E--S. Ray (Continued on page 2)WEATHER )

It was announced that K 11-
ByDOROTHY GAYNOR found she could not reach America were presented to her ton has brought In Ill of the
A return visit' Charlotte at the John H. Debalz, national A
]to| the National I North Port by chamber's 400 members ,
oho> Hall of Fame and scheduled time.Brlnrlnr. secretary of the organization telegram of congratulation to .r 'bl

luseum In North port Charlie Children The ceremonies were brief. him from the state chamber sea}) + aat + )

u being planned for this Charles was read to resounding ap-
She left her children,
&bVKMA'. J. D. Tippit, and Kentucky Military Cadets plause.
Brenda 10
Dallas of'tr 13, Kay Michael Skelton, Steve Sam-
police Curtis Glen, 5, in Dallas The 19G4 ProgramThe
killed Nov mons, Cary Spence and John
22 .
I shortly this
tier! the assassination contemplated return trip Miller posted the colors, the chamber' program listing
I L' of the will be to show them it intends
President summer American flag and the Hall of projects upon which -
Mrs. Kennedy. the memorial to their fatherin to concentrate during the
either side of
Tippit, 'In her first Pub- Fame flag, on
e ap earance since the death the National Police Museum the black! -draped plaque in year Includes:
f her husband who and to meet again the area front of which the presentationtook S Support for a strong spectator
an was felled citizens who she said, were so place. Cadet Charles t sports program for the
i -rvey Oswald to arrest Lee exceedingly gracious and kind Weimer trainer of the color Venice area. P

m to North made a flying to her guard stood by. C Expansion of tourist at-
dturday to Charlotte She and Mrs. Anglin were I tractions in the area, such as
f valor receive the medal driven to Tampa later Saturday The guests of honor, introduced I promotion of t fishing pier, a
her husband included
by Arenberg
to and emplanedfor
i4 take Part in dedicatory afternoon Wood of North
Mayor Flavius
ThST' of a plaque' Plac- Dallas Sunday morning, Port Charlotte and Mrs. Wood, Deadline Nears ;c.
ill J the National Polic. More than 500 persons crowded Mayor Smyth Brohard of Ven t tI

Fame into the Police Hall of. ice. Venice Police Chief John On CofC Guide J
'r,5av'"lved In Tampa Fame and Museum, overflowIng Char v I ,
on Shockey and North Port Advertisers desiring to be Included I III
lend' and neighbor.' !! Mrs b'. Bill a area.Into Resident the central Director Ger. lotte Police Chief Al Sendker in Venice Area Chamber e.--+ II :.

ngOUlided *'ter.ivin been aid S. Arenber arranged and The Rev, Terrence Peterson, of Commerce Visitors
in charge of the day sevents chaplain, openedthe Guide, now ready for printing,
ew rleansbThe? weather In was which began at 11 a.m. organization should call Sunshine Press immediately I CHAMBER OFFICERS SWORN IN The oath of office was right: E. J. Ewing, first vice-president[ ; Judge John J. Blair, +

ad been! let for< ceremonies medal of valor and car program with a tribute to Adm. C, A Keller, administered to four new members of the Venice Area Chamber who administered the oath: Earle L. Kilton, first vice-president -
Friday noon The of merit from the National the late Patrolman Tippit and VACC executive director said of Commerce official family at the chamber' 40th an- : Ralph Wolfer, treasurer: and Harvey ROhlwlng, president -

rdsy morning HCB until it Sat WM I tificate Police Officers Assn. of ,his fellow officers, today nual banquet Saturday\ night In \\h. above photo are, left totl tarty Rhadee, n.w IecrtAl', wu curable to be preeent.Cjr .



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I Obituaries MRS. ULLU.V FATNE' H.UUUSON I, 'MIRACLE MILE |i DeMoayToInduct! Hospital Report'c.T VENICE FURNITURE

(Coetiaxd fr m Ml 1) I
Mrs. Lillian Harrison Payne. ZKLlsohsran
Foss CouncilorThe I
$1. of Mi Edwards St.. Englewood I ftructaen of a paved reed alonf::1 I' .etsl w. rwr.t.r.et .
LEONARD: GltFLXL Port Charlotte died Saturdayat 4M !has home. year said to get it 41 oe oat Robert E Lee chapter Jot'. a.eaw.1. J.a.a, v_. a.w .
ard Ciipin. J" of 2G to th city's I.t e. here Venice will v ilia. a. aw GALA OPENINGthe
taxpayer o DeUaiay id
St.. died Frt- Mr Booker came hereeel in She was a retired seamstress : ::::. =: Ls. 5.4s
Englewood I
Fray from Portland. Ore. Hi* and senior partner ut Parties : pectally rati/yui mjtali Thomas P. TOM as master :. sift w....< Cain a.i.uswiss.
dar at his home I lei Councilman Ralph E And.r- councilor! Sunday afternoonat [ .,
> birthplace was Pbeaa CStjr Englewood. She came hereU
He was bare m Suckfastletca. from sea long an dirocat at the 2 M p m at tile Masonic I.tsrt ter.sr.r. .
Birmingham 1- ar..r
Devonshire. England: Aia.I years, Mich.ago Her birthplace was development ol the Venice Air Temple. I f row. **... ........ a. facilities have been
his home in NorthMd. I H. was a retired CoastGuardsman laid 't, toe, rent.a.1w; Mire, da''- new
t.td made port property amhifHly
St. Clair Township. Much tMtaUtBf outer will be Paul Laos .. '- 1:0.: .*..... p
N. J. after r-ming to and a member of Mrs. Payne was a member fratified with the urrc-I O. R.TmOlld.lso elected to '.e... '-_. Oww. MM. .... : with the helpof
North Port Charlotte WWI merit with the WCIXD.' 1 tm i.e. ..._ P505 raae.w 4Iaat made possible
of Church of new officers were
paltrytaer Metaphysical serve as
Barrack J743. aad Loyal Order .
i Shrine the Mar especially pleased that the city James Phillip and Larry Man-
fie of 301_. Lodge :2121. i: road through I IliJL Y..... Pin.H. contractors.
wood years ago. ter. Sarasota. BOW fet a pared tern who will be se *or aadjunior Jai. I': r..a w, these
SotrYige" ktchstfe his niece. Mr. Booker was a member I I Survivor include her JOnI the airport at no coat to the / cwvMOsr. respe )i... LflUaa Cocw y cl En|>- of North Port Charlotte BapItttt Wilbur O. Payne of Englewood taxpayer In !lieu of a road David Bowl is. James Ballard In, rare S. .... Vas....

worxl.: I Church I ; a brother William Har- I along the waterway that would I Carath Walmsler. The Jai IIA.....*> / B.IMV"-
Tie Rev.! Addixe CHar. Survivors include his widow. rises ef Detroit; three sisters.
.. of bflewood Methodist 'Mrs Lefltta B. Rocker; two I I Mrs. C F Fillmore of Capac. ten property. and organist Raymond Hill will n..1 La'. H. r/L. yer an es't..1 .. -
J Ckurch: conducted the funeral daughter Mrs C W Dar Mxa. )ors. Rex Boner of Fin Coope ratio* I assist Raymond I "_ a lawn. v_. tS' a
service Monday at Rawles and Mrs A. E Vincent of Rochester Mich. and Mr. "I sin very happy with the Miss Francis Webinfa and ...... ..-11.

Funeral Hasne Cbapel Englewood Portland: two sisters, Mrs. G. j I Lfla West of Pit-mouth. Mich ; fuss cooperation accorded the EW.n Lulls will provide vocal 1 a. II: Pa..a wn.ee" -.10: Venice Furniture
Borial was m Lemea A Wri,bt and Mr*. George '' two grandchildren, Basel PPa'TIo city br Huston Dye and ..Bthe selections during the instaOatfen. ''U_ 1'.'_' 4sY.1/.. II. .v.; Isere' Congratulations

Bay Cemetery. i i Ramsey of Phenu CHy.. and ef the United States WClJfD member The en- The pubic! is IB"ted.I' _$.e'.5, t.S tarn. t5 w.fa.dM as late'.a.1. C 0w.I
four ,"ncr ltiMre1l. I{ Coast OiiH. Mian! and Mis WI agreement was worked :' .. Finish Material Furnished byYALKER'S

GEORGE D. BOOKER; Funeral ..,.,ices and burial Sylvia D Payne] of Englewood. out without"a single tu tch. That I... III ........a I....... V. .. :'
were m Portland. Rawles Funeral >: Fireral arrangement an in 111 unusual. he added. NEW CHAMBER SWM. tarn t W_ ium Se'a. '
George D &. .-k. e. (... of 'ME. Home was in charge of complete. Rawles 1 Funeral I Councilwoman Blanche J. CeatiBied( frem pate 1> I .. ,.. JMM fc -.. : el*"woo?? rs.If" I /

]I Hyde' Park s.."d., North local arraagements. j I Home Englewood.: is mcharge. CetU said, "I think it i* won I' trial: Earl Cross W. B. Tyt- _ri.. w. aafe.w.t r. .--A e'5_ i.e.Tsasa
I i derful. It mean the beginning rell Larry Redford. Waiter .-_ ...... Sets.-

I I of the development of the airport Weeks. William Laedfraf. J... u. ...*. __ T ux.. 1UMvo
ALLEN LA.SDOS B.ULVES Jaycee Talent Show at last." Gene Virckeiki.: rwr...> ra am uK. -wtas.s. 1879 S. Trail Phone 488.4843
rats Vass.trrr.
Councilman Dr. John R.Hofin B. AIM
Convalescent and London Barnes !8!t. cf W Venice Area Representativeon la..n 11'_. rate...
Nursing Horn Englewood: Road, Jr..oOO.l: : I Auditions! for the Venice I agreed with the other I Light industry Council, Rice svr.r. .- "--. aiuw. S. VENICE
died Junior\ Chamber of Commerce that "the extension of Harbor r. 5s. r.r a I airY.tLass. 1 1In.
Saturday at his home.
24 Hsir V,,,,',,J Serric Amateur Talent Contests to Dries to the south limits of the Miller.! .......... Caw... late'a. '
I AxiatjooQtairmaa Jack .
He officer in the I
PIIOII. renireroxcs 413Tiltns Merchants was Marine aa for 10 be herd: in cooperation with the airport 1s of special benefits tothe I Riehl. Dick Steiner JoN Fraser. auc....... j'
year I
e UOO ata
I Golf Theater are to be held City of Venice and I am
and ,was having a retired been newspaperman I!I at the Youth Center 'Teen pleased with the arrangement : George. Wheeler Paul Youngberf Jr.. RalptAlld.fXI. .;:' ..:... '':=:'. =. ::::: I Ii

.; reporter | Haven) today and next Thursday as loaf as we have to hare Y harees n .val. tn....
i -- -
m tie Albanv 'X ) Herald- Adviser: Tom Walsh. I immilH ar.a.a I .y::.. Ml. wa.a.
Tribune f at TM: pm. a waterway run through the Better Business Division .. ran 11"- ..' G.. x.w.: r..
< >r 10: years tobin '
ELFERDINK'SUquidetieo referement. I I, AH amateur talent old and city." Chairman Harry Raby. Harrty .w. J.u I. tm, ..._ fart. ..... f P.WEEKS -1
I I young, are urged to attend the Dr. Hogan vas ooe of tII4ttron.t tar .. a.sa ".-
Cot innei He was bom to Albany, later auditions so that! they may objectors to the city's Rohlwing. Ed Ewing V 1II.. J.J.Mbwaw a.aC v.. Jw
To 49.' DiscountBUSINESS red Nantucket Island.! Earle Kiltoa. Larry Rhodes! .1- Lnasas. L. MACHINE SHOP
en hare a place bt the series of compromise agreement to allow Ralph Woifer; Dick: Fletcher. *. Vies <..... >miilB .
Mass, and came to Englewood<< contest to on successive Mesa tmfrm4. **
: I PROPERTY:: run the waterway to te built M vt
::T years ago.Surv'vcrt Wednesday nights for 13 I Jack Riehl. Frank Sovereign. 101_ HIM fin CkvMH I.s..w
the controrenial C-t
FOR SALE along Budget and Finance: Chairman sway VMM, JWUKW irk v Mt -
i Include his widow weeks, beginning at the Cut Route.
; That agreement also! Ralph Wolfer. Mrs. Earl e American Buildings
Mr Margaret Fawcett Barnes Theater on Fib. J at T 30 pm. specified the WAND J.. .' Ass A......... Y.... Jul.a.a .
and on.a I II George Voungberg tns rare -.
a brother. Taurtow Barnes would 30 of Steel Fabrication
feet rifhtefway .
Charles Brum. :I ca. __ Y.7.ew .... :
Flot4. rf Petertborough.! X H. SCHOOL BUILDING I along the waterwayand Hotel Motel! Apartment W _.. P- res.Is .
1.33 to 5 Son.", + t. 5 Rawles Funeral I Home, Covtiaaed from pare 11 I I the city would donate an :f,Chairman Freak- Sovereign: .mn,* *Twr.a,. 554.(-wm. Kite I.... T u>. General Machine Work

Ecglewcod: was ia charge of additional 30 feet of airportproperty I Bob Pool. Erie Erieksoe. ... _. .
/ it onxfat 11. Id..w.I
Dr. Russell: Wiley, eo t'1 I : e Electric & Acetlyne Welding
."I1I,. ntl.go.l with the tmderstand0f -, Ralph Church, Bob Youn,. .n rw.w 10._ Po roc.P
school superintendent, said the .
-- --- : the WCINO would provide sat Eq.-. M.. luhe'. &aor
Gerry Shell.Membership _. Tool 4 Die Work
Lamb Company> is one of the v.a c.1" !war
the and marl!
drainage trade a ] : Chair l mac trrr r.k M Qaarw.Jr 1
urratQQ Jorne most experienced school construction access road to the Caspenen Earle Oton. Mrs. DonevTischler 'I' ladW ..... .-. Lair tb Special Machines & Engineering
e'i firms on the west property at the south limits ofthe Linden Pins BillBodsger. I "a.Y, r.,.. e... ,_ y_.
coast having built s-r.org SmJwI---
others 1} new schools. in airport. | H. C.. "Andy" Anderson law w, T.sea' 5.. Tent I CONGRATULATIONS TO
265 Nodomis An. Venice Pmellss County.At This was Intended as a replacement George .Sar..," Williamson Cta4. .= r+a..4. tw.rG.es ,
for the -. ter: Sias _,.,j, lace'
I 1
I Venice High, the work Beach Rood from U. S. .1 i .and W ........ aa.ar, Ct. __ VENICE FURNITUREP.
Retail Chairman
will Include two new buildings Merchants: I> a.b4 poor!, can VjtaM* I
r.:: west of which the waterway wig cut. Dick Fletcher. BIB Ham. Har1rv I MJM, tan wnu.r. IIK'1.1.4. '
the Use cafeteria and oPpoeite However at a WCIXD meet, Brttton W. B. Matthew. I J_ 11 wane ass VMMI .... O. Boo 764 Phone 483-5323
present C wing.! This lag Dee. 13 the ) >. iuelut. members *
Sill Stu-'gis. Bob Miles, Dick .
..... .
space win be occupied by th.tncl.trial ; sea aw anw -
r voted to build the road to the! O'Shaughnessy.! I gain.uet.. Ian tn.rrt J.. 240 Warfleld Ave. VENICE
24 Hour Arrb,,'axe Serves "Phew- 44t-221l Arts Deoartment. city's spec icatiocs to Venice I CIa... __. J.. ,...,.: h..
three mathematic classrocms would it N .... 11\II tw.r. Aar 1I.1I.u.
accept as
FAVORITE BIBLE VERSEA and three dash for foreign I' a I' ..-. wwy [en.., Y.-.
for maintenance. I I CO.OP WATER 1_ .... ar..a ...... Sac'
lanruages. I _. ..._
It It
end tlwau
friend I woo etie-d to q>*oe kin favorite tV ene. "H The sue new classrooms at This the city agreed to dog (Ceotiaaed from page 1) 1_ tens., Y..,... T_ lark :

CT To Pen," He ..'<1. Tkii wit tomevhet+ of a Surprise the Junior high school will 1 replace and at a special meeting of f The answer was that co-ops ttarw

because it n not even a .e e. He iesls+d l t*hat, "AflJ It five portables now :muse the council OB Jan. T sect the are owned tv a corporationthe I! HlfiTHS-
Came To p.u".It tK.. host meenifl'ul; I to bum; Eveypreb'em and provide fT the annual WCUTD a letter of Intent tont.1I4 coop dweller are tenants- [ II VENICE

every c ar c*If', end" every trouble' did: Dot! com Increase hi enrollmentAt Airport. Avenue to connect and pay for their occupancy em'' 5..1111 *r n.4 r. %*-< t... I
'IFt1b1. proposed access .. ......
n Ova.CswW
to riy. C* cb.rec'er t4 would the eletientarv scn<*- the basis of $ lease p. l S's..a
perMAaltv 1 Item a ,coon along the a -Ttar 4.. a sa s...
toed leading
from tte* in-pflnt, but. rt *ai trot, of itielf, a fi..li+y. It d Id I two new buildings win be constructed to the Caspenea waterway which! they !hold instead ef a ,I BCST. Wmt 11... A.... a...... ;..
I each with a cluster of property. deed.It I *mi. Oi...> Om. .... 5e. TERRAZZO
not carve to day, it came to pen four classrooms south'' At the same time, however, I| ton J.. li; u15e.
!Ii .
I m a letter was sent to the WCIND was pointed out further I| wanarr. ./ ....1 an. tatas, Lv.
OnSerorces Are Available 'campus. These likewise: T. that .._ Ourtnr. TMIV. lone __
= J. All *''lord.... i. coops concentrate valuable .
replace portables and the old pointinc out an extension of ... Js. .. asr
ef fiec Cmttmtn converted barracks South Harbor Drive along the taxable property no a & CEMENT CO.
I IIOW'ue. ia side cf the small area tart that ',h.t"-
west airport would
Cl O* Tiaras
be preferable to the present ants are denied !homestead fI. z rods w.s amuse --
1 planned road along the waterway emptioaCounetlaas w. laa .. ... we'an. QUALITY

and would test no more. aafpit tsder ,oa u r w w w.--. .. ---.a --
SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES SCHEDULE At a later meeting between who before :inmtf. ei rrJ 1 -. ._ se's __f trLai /. e DEPENDABIUTY
.J..4 Aaa ._
council was titer 'inn < sham 5es.e
Vingberg and the WCDiO.nmu" its s. ewe. ... ,_ roMd SERVICE
a cat estimate for men said 'N> tm-t nd ten" t"WI M4 p.n.. ,,s..J ._
under the later-timim! nr -.-inc'time as N e. ar.1 -.
the road
TO MIAMI that ,
worked out at S "..HS.30 tumni nnlmn: 'i of

LV. VENICE 1.30 2:50 and the city given the optionif arriving >t water matte undmtrevision. SUPPLIES
p.m. I5.OO .
''' 5.20 per. H. ser mH i inn
A,. Sarasota . / '.4.3 sin. 3:I O.Ift. A'. Pun+s Gord. Flaq StoP' Flay Stop choosing either the route it preferred schedule tkri '.., m.wt. t "'lL\ TIIC.I 'Vastptaau4eTiOa
AI. St. Pe.. . 10:10 1 since road would I.r PHONE 488.1858
ass J:40A. A. F+. Myer 10:25 ,.m. 5:45 provide a paved access to the water meter sue wi.i.1I TO

At. Tama. . 10:35 an. 4C5: em ArMiaoi +11:30 D...... 6.53 D.m. Caspersea property.Condemnation I charges being ba* i Tn "w
suits for the sue meter used and poomr.a. ClCXtMEAOowsPHARMACY' Nitei Saturday and Sunday Dial 483-5603

FARE TO TAMPA ........57.50* FARE TO MIAMI ..._ 518.90* needed rightsofay: through! volume Figures ccosumption.which Pocono Tr. & Seaboard Ave. Nokomis
Cajpersen property, the South may serve a.i I
FOR Venice Cine Assn.. South Venice -' a basis for a rate icbt-tuf arm. si..te in .O TM-
TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CAll 01 SEE were presented by Engineer
Corp. and the W & A Construction Oust. 1Q sn a DOLToIIrr
I' Co. are scheduled for< I I William Lirdh. The water I' ...CIt'Tll..1\.11O j I
VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU 'trial' in a week or so and the I board U to study th'M f r-j.."'. eec PeltaniPriOr nuts
WCIXD at its Friday meeting in seeking a suitab ..-

314 w. VENICE AVE. PHONE 411.22311" ::, also approved a court depositI structur sreo'trenrr, earotll

-' 5;; Federal Transpse+a+;iee Tu S..'I.rd S.99"i' AIevssce! 40 lb a 'Of' I I .lion$235.000 costs as to security meet eondemna-for prop Council Rednrti,r .Presid'p'rlll..I'E F= WEST COAST REDI! MIX INC

.. ..... ._I' .rty own r*. rtvind said tl'1t1'14 re... er ,
ably 1 1 would not mean .*" QUALITY CONCRETE
:'011 for the c'---ei 1

apartments and nets in

what he described a,: a melt
equitable basis. ii: 4884617 J

In any case, all water rctes: 1

are to be hiked b) ::1 i 'Set tent 488-1148' '
upon completion of the ha. ,
million dotter waterworks expansion : Seaboard Ave. S., VeniceCon9ratulations
program ti'. j ;L.

progress. This is a -'dt'-rj

increase to meet reqericj; I
for financing the f' j-raJ j aft

obtained to faaoceie expan l From Clevenger'

I sic,.
Sam C Cutler Jr. and Trim RAIN GUTTERS

Walther. who are dcve:>pingi
mobile home parks sat ia on 1 SHEET METAL WORK

Tuesday's meeting inasmuch
I as thy wU be sheeted by the
water rates. I i

I ;" Heard about Dart's new V8 ? It's getting around fast 11II I 223J S.Ffom Tamismi E.ly Tf Wynn. Venice PHONE 488eJSAcroia


Hot is !to term tN!describes I
I1'IIna with Sayre thin
: t adequate ImIr7 grid !r.wl' )pate) tllallll1Ol'.tIIU.'ew' paler VERY ,
pe rmanct.. It descnbes mmgtu
Cart's 225 w i, $41 eidryt! Tills And WtI! Cart J04I.bo get a lent strong 5-yarl5C.ocn-lIII i
Sol has been more that a tratch! of
other!! ampacts' extra cost BEGINNING 1
asrraMy' (There Dirt.
goes .I/YUlI/ JOt more again 0
el"iJnes. So shy a new V1? We. .anted tI do
something special I
''I I .. far !the lIlY :who" never quite fJt sport cars out of IllS syr..em one ,waa- a.r,,,., a.tssni ts te anus ens.ea -...mo..car'I IN 1950 e
= aes..n.r..s.s.r.
I And here d ISI! m CUbiC inches of bald VI V1fJt. =air. sw..r, w: .- ew a a ann. Barr erne.. .

I Gt-quick from) I Sop. Plenty of rwerw for hi hwi'w". _sass__- r..awe... r..._. bait t .... _.. I.t 6 I I 4 P
This! reponsw; power plant tuna e. .. ?SSSSa ae.r redo
njyilar into -
pi prtm>uffl SZZT
*. Prove It! just =... =:: : : w ass : ; I
ladle the) pedal I kwirtf ttw. arpet. and _. E SttZZZZSZ: .. for
fxi-w pt tilt '",...,-rlll ZZ ? _,.,ra beauty and !
(juieM! Afld tsnl it jIm ih Ctrl to =-*.. ZZ We !. Urn I protfirttnn
LitpoaBOceseine.: Cart :. ::::====== arfiitefW to serve "many famiKe. from
already fa '
? mere room,cwnrwt an-nrw tSnTMrrr Tr wall of We; Freer
e e) gay ..'ss.r every tile very beg/:*;*, MT |u,
been a service beted, en the Highest id..rs! and principle I LESTER DAVIS ROOFINGNO

Compact Dodge Dart *t ear prvfeW4_ I




22$ W. Venic A... 4114741

"f JONDEO. W. Specl.lize {i" Commercial Jobs. I

r 915 S. Tamlami Trail Vtniet. Fla. 0"7' T4erepy Service A.I FHA APPROVEDRt.

i 24 Hoer /..to <., Senate I
Ui that sue MOff --.' Ia C-IV.CKC WV kOCAl li,natfc 41, Nokomis Phone 488.5913* '!
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GALA OPENINGOF I Congratulations I ITO



=_ 80 McCaf! Rd. PhoneENGLEWOOD =n
414.3201 H

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ST I Our new showroom the only air-conditioned furniture i Rt. 2*, Box FRAMING 2112 FINISH WORK
1 NOKOMIS PHONE 488-2568
display in the Venice area! :

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(i) dL&1SEE. ,m HilL\ & HILLPLUI1BIllG co.V .

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: Complete NEW line of furniture. available in Venice for E \REVaia wE INSTAL66Aa'I1 SELLN aNo
ST t'rar
_ 1 = 1st [time. The largest display of good furniture in Venice area I t0

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11,000 SQUARE AIR BASECongratulations
PHONE 488-2665

(-0'0: : ]I SEE.

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always been 1st in quality and 1st in service. i iI DIAL 488-2825 253 S. Nol omis Ave.. Venice

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__ 1st prize magnificant HEART SHAPED decorator bed with ELECTRIC. INC.

; i U.S. Koylon foam rubber mattress! INDUSTRIAL Specializing COMMERCIAL In :

Base and Coc rill Venice
1 17 YEARS 0 F GOOD S E R V ICE S. Tamlami Trail PHONE Across 488.3425 From Venice Gardens Office

;_31_ 1f! t"lH..,. .1 "n J 1";[ ] :lTT" J'I'r-f!::' ;:; :!!'' !I"J! ,: '\= :!On !]LJi:: ] = :: 115'11.' L.--..:'

25 Valencia Rd. Phone 488.1933


I U.S. 41 S. Venice Phone 488-1553 488.1250 I SALES AND SERVICE r t
DIAL 488.1425
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PAGE THE VENICE GONDOLIER .. Mr and Mrt. Her.; -='
Monday to Dover ,
,.ifl': J -t ?(
i'b L
NPC Club News f t" late pans, J. : Uit ensuing Mr and Mm Latham.

News Continued from page i) I The next regular m e1nJ!
Navy ( will be held on
THE well attend- Thursday r.k
ms'rt' at the Boat dub meeting TThe< meeting was ,
11etiQondolie4 1 11 i id in the Community Center I 1 and guests introduced were 20 at 7:30 p.m.
( Area Navy and Coast Guard All the officer of'the club I ....
( PEOPLE men activities report are in re-elected and Mr. Ken '
if were
the service news this week. I neth Gibbs was elected to the INTRODUCTORY OFFER
Coast Guard Lt. (j j.jI.) Don board of director, A treasurerwill PATINTID
_...... s.,,r.4 m .tor uh''".".. of dlM. SPEAK the next
TM A p."1 aid D. Hanson son of Mr and be elected at SPACE CAPSULE
,M .. "V "IK"t)3r) ..,.. r ,adt.i i n tT.. polar .n1.... '
dkp.uhe. r /
1..1 .... .ubh.... mein' 4.h./ .. oJ ,.,ub".$tl_ *f .p..l. ......... Mrs M Dwight Hanson of 829 meeting in February to relie'eMildred FOR LIVE BAIT
.Ioe ...,.a4. -- Laguna Drive has reported for I Brink of the burden of I .. D..,...t 'l.rI..,..,,

1f.. ._ ...d Ir.l I .......101.. w"bo5 .r Ma _.._ It .op..ht44 ...eV duty at Naval Air Training two offices Mildred will continue I. wkbn. ,,1.a,4.. "'brill.,,
To The dent"
Editor in Panama
.nose i commo- ..... ... .
I.p./llari. II 5arew.ll brwas twist M Nrauwnt Squadron 29 Naval Air Station to serve as rear LOST y55 R s ywI5N
Pursuant to my policy of I lived in Europe for four Tex. The I .. alas
Corpus Christi doie I .wly reoII
NATIOMU' HHTORIAl' compiling an annual report of pears, not because I wanted: to squadron is a unit of Naval The Auditing Committee consisting IA'T' w. NICue

:f A VpTI NA the work handled during the but because the governmentsaw I Advanced Air Training Com of Leonard New Frank I fw.ho. -- _....1'. Dolloe" BeN .Ia porf.A .......1tIoe tis''
by the StateAttorney's fit send there and If
preceding to
t : year u* mand. Wood and Rome>'n Utley gave II wheni,5. i5. 5555 es-lwi. bw..s a A.e'.
Office of the 12th hired help superior tome
Judicial Circuit I am forwarding my i In intelligence then I should I Nave men In the news are their report at the meeting.the ? ,. ...,,1( i h..... d." $300
k The group discussed pon- I I .' sash she
Edward 0 Ball, Editor and Publisher; our 1963 report for release shoot mjself I Thco E. Dandridge Jr JohnA. boat-a-c,ide INTRDOUCTOn lUll orrn .. .. ...,
J.biloly of another .. W-"* "-'. loot sw.a
T Hamm
/h For each information or indictment In my mind the Ugly American Wallace, James but Ray" tw.-fl t M '
Courtney Willis, Eiecutive Editor Jr and Paul E. Mendelssohn I up the inland waterway \ "" COMPANY
filed we investigatedabout I Is the newspaper! men who postponed indefinitelydue : GRANGER
i this was
d Georg. Zuraw Advertising Manager four others so that over In this country or elsewherewill Dandridge a dentalman to the extreme low tide M > Roger Kilby, Mechanical Superintendent 3,000 felony complaints were ell their country for a J USN, I I. the son of Mr and ately L- PM'' '"'I"' '' ,tmsd

investigated during 1463' cent copy. Anything for a Mrs Theo E. Dandndg Sr. of The board of directors metat
During the past year we also story! I suppose it saves time 441 Riviera. Ht i i. serving I' home of Commodore
$3 25 the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county U 2S per year per
handled 505 suits for child support so they can get back to some aboard the attack aircraft car.
six months $2.75 per three months. 10 cents per copy. Out of pursuant to the Uniform of the "ughes with whom they rier USS Ranger. a Pacific I --.

county, $8.23 per year $4.2'j per six months, $3 per three months Reciprocal I. Enforcement .of spend so much time and money 'Fleet unit currently undergoing

Support Act Of these 302 suits I six month overhaul at the THE
: were forwarded to us from out HELEN HUDSON San Francisco Naval Shipyard SEE 1
:Mr.\ Hart's Vision of state, and we initiated 203 Nokomis, Fla. at Hunters Point. Calif The TAMIAMI"BUILT I

suits in the local court (Editor' Note Apparently Ranger: normally\ : operates out

took flier. into the We also appeared on behalfof we were In different parts! of of Alameda Calif .. ,,..,,
Hart rr"
Englewood Banker William U a ---
the State of Florida in a firope: and In different firmmManres. _"
;=.future" i 11 a humor-spiced speech the other nigh number" of other chit action Mrs Hudson P. AntiSubmarineWallace ,. :

::- including 11 bond validation S. the price is a dime IIow.1) aviation anti.,,nh-, .
hit stockholder Mr. Hart f fiied 1770 *i
In talking to ,
suits and over 100 actions for marine warfare technician
the time of hn eieursion from the realm of reality into the reatoration of judicial competency 2 C. USN. is ser'ng'! aboard
realm of fantasy. On hn journey Into the future Ke found To The Editor: the anti-submarine warfare ,

these things, among ethers: During the year 1963 we attended Franklin's January birthday.17 being Benjamin I'm wondering i carrier USS Intrepid out of h +Jlr6 X11 o..tiens
and served 31 Grand I' Norfolk Va. in the Caribbean
1. Englewood had tripled itt population to 12000 in Jury sessions in seven cows whether you agree with He Is the son of Mr and Mrs.
the good year 1970, while a place jail to the north! by the him and President Johnson Arthur Wallace of Route 1, No-
ties.As that if everybody in these Unit.
name of "Venetia" had shrunk to a mere 4,000 souls the direct result of the ed State were educated to the komis. His squadron Is taking ,
decision handed down by the part m operation SpringboardIn
2. You could travel all the from Engtewood to point where they know how to '
way US. Supreme Court In Gideon the Antilles Islands It flies
Sarasota and have the bother of only ONE traffic light in vs. Wainwright we received 240 grow tomatoes on gooseberry the twin jet-pnwered SikorskvSH3A
bushes we'd have no poverty
V. in. (Loud laughter) petitions for new trial from Inmate LANE KOHR "Seeking< ," which holds y tit
of the State Prison Most the world peed record ot'
A. to Mr. Hart'i first point, about the only thing Veniceca" of these prisoner had been Venice and Wan gh. N Y over 210 m p.h
that men dream, can't ha, ? ennvicted while they (Fdlto: ,'. Note. 1'0. !
My it a can previously Jimes T (Torn) Ham-n Jr a
That l Is, If they said It.
were not represented by counsel
On count two, the cHucklet of hit audience indicatedit ermore, being fond of Sir'j airman apprentice USV i in

i caught the point of his needling of Venice and ill long Because of the age of thee toes the eating kind) serving with the Light' Photo BUILT BYGULF
graphic 62 Cecil
line of t'ow-ehanging' traffic lights up and down the Trail. cases, some of them being nfond el gooseberries, ", | Field Fla Squadron The unit at provides COAST DEVELOPMENT & BUILDERS, INC.
sari hate to see a thing like
than 10 old, we
more years
The traffic light Situation to which he good-natur.dly have had to spend considerable I that happen t* a tomato.) I carrier-based photographic reconnaissance
IY lot $9,995
for Atlantic
referred it fact than fancy in tliii 1964. It't all
more year time checking into the past .
Fleet with the
too true, but it ti to be hoped it will be tolved, come 1970 determine the fact of each To The Editor: 1.Ph'>tO Crusader supersonic air Rf<" VENICE FURNITURE CO. furnished __ $1.500. _

through the projected U. S. 41 Venice By-Pait. case My children will not allow He 1 Ia the son of Mr and Mrs SEE! $11,495
after dark I have to
We obtained conviction bvplea i me out so
One more thing Mr. Hart found in 1970 was enough to or jury verdict in 361 of judge the "Venice Little Thea James T. (Tom. ) Hamm of 1200

gladden the heart of the whole of the south county. That the 448 cases deposed of, that tre" by what I read in the Cypress Ave.Mendelssohn Spray Crete Eiterior Central gas heating end prepared for air-condi
when. he painted this gladiome picture: "All the were filed in 13' Convictionswere GONDOLIER. Even the Theatre I 17 Is the son
was way floors Spacious dining area -
p Guild occasionally flunks, of Mrs Frances Mendelssohn' tioning 2 bedroom 2 bath T.rr.ao -
of the SI r
from Sarasota to the heart of Englewood the highway was obtained In M I
but I had the of 328 Glen Oak Road He is Screened Formica cabinets
Gideon cases returned for retrial for some time Master bath includes dressing room porch -
built solid with business firm and there was a $23000
a reservist and his
that the "VLT" was completed
We therefore anticipateat feeling Built-in G.E. and oven Carport, utility and storeroom
to $25,000 house on lot in EngUwood. range
every the end of the current termof rather etheral. Not any more. seaman recruit training at i
Circuit Court to dispose of The production are no longer Naval Training Center at
Hoar Hear! Mr Hart. You're talking our language now.
the actor Great Lakes, 111 this month I Behind
alof\ the pending criminal inhumanly perfect or Directly
Whether wonderful south by the name
this county area goat convictionsin unnaturally talented Hooray A senior at Venice His INC. OFFICES
of Englewood Vans, or whatever it of small consequence approximately 80 per cent Peggy' back! School he i I. attached to the 2 MILES SOUTH OF VENICE ON U.S. 41
just to it .leapt going. of the 199 pending cases Maybe it'* mean to want to I Naval Electronic Sub-fudites'''

In Sarasota County Itself, read a few faults On the other et-Sarasota-Bradenton Airport ___ _____ ____ u ___ arilxa
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there were a total of 156 cases. hand it makes the applauseseem I

Today Show 120 new informations filed, 79 so much more sincere
convictions, eight acquittals. 88 My own faith in Peggy's Judgment I
dismissals, 11 other dispositionsand is firm. But even if the
Some reader have complained, with understandable 141 pending nice, hardworking lighting set

indignation, about an item," in this newspaper on December Also in Sarasota Count*. and costume people wish, she HERE IS YOUR ITINERARY from $S59.M .
23 to the ffocf that the attraction of the Venice area would there were 239 petitions for retrial were tide up in Victorian cornets I .

b. on NBC "Today Show" between 1:30: and 9 am. January 90 petitions denied 139 under a full spot none
10. petitions granted 61 convictions can deny Peg's writing abilityor
one acquittal 28 were quibble with her honesty. In -

What they actually taw was a panned shot of a second dismissed and' 58 are pending truth "VLT" ought to feel like J rf Discover the best of .11[ world travel-on land
duration. best the could make FRANK: SCHAUB.: I a neglected child someone finally -
W to showing as viawert out State care enough about to a' t on sea and in the air. Fly to MILAN by luxurious
Attornev.Twelfth """
the vr
something resembling ) jetties. : '
Judicial Circuit spank 'i'1':1 r it; ALITALIA DC-8 Jet, and enjoy warm Italian hospitality .
I Anyhow, from the point of t '
After reading the on. frequent" visitor organized Bradenton.To :
an early morning watch paper party up north to let her neighbor view of this theatre lover whodoesn't t _" ........ S all) the 'way across the Atlantic'

so the glories of the Venice ..r.n..y. were gypped by Why The is it Editor always the militarywho I go review to the was theatre refreshingly the"Arsenic" 'IOU'- .;-. See Venice Geneva, Naples and famed Mount
what amounted to one of those Subliminal perception quickies.The .
: has to be slapped at in meaty chewy and very .... Vesuvius Cn an exciting ADRIATICA cruise.
GONDOLIER published' its information in good every unpleasantness? I'll bet satisfying Welcome back toPeO'I ....

faith having received it from the Florida Development Co",". you money who it wasn't responsible a military bring back! Now her, when column will* you .. r" Enjoy leisurely days at sea crusing the Mediterranean. .
dependent was
mission, via the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce." The for the so-called "flag incl- I -LAH. :' You'll" stop at Istanbul Turkey. Trace
development commission in turn must have gotten. it from I Ir '
the network press agentt. j !i the glories of Greece and visit the glamorous Isle

A number of other West Coast newspapers publicized "r 1' "W( of Capri.

tit, show which was supposed to present the virtues of their High School Return home with memories to last a lifetime,

_. communities, too. At a result the network and the show' got t

s lot of page one publicity. The) papers and their readers

just got taken.If NewsBy 'M M

the networks have to resort t. that kind of trickerynow

to cadge publicity, look out. They've bean living mainlyoff /e

cigar.tt. commercials! and with a clampdown in prospecton DIANE LENHART and GENE EDDY w

that lush source of revenue, they're liable to come up
: in the future with all sorts of phony pitches to be.f up The big topic around school for the past week has been" fen/'ce; St. Moii'i Sqaere
the Senior Play which will be "The Mouse That Roared. I
ratings Tryouts were conducted on Wednesday Thursday and Friday, I
and the selections posted Monday morning Several of those ,
chosen have had previous acting experience Queen Gloriana flDAYS.

(Janice Buswmk), for Instance, laid the participated in ''t lot .
The Innocent' Offender of school plays" in her former home town. She even had the I _
lead in one! The casting is taken care of, but Mr. Mahar, LEAVE NEW YORK CITY

director reports he still needs people to work on costumes, MARCH 4th
-ey- He alto counsels Juvenileswho make-up end the stage setting. President of the Senior Class,
GILBERt 1OITH SERVICE have been arrested not to Gordon Bradford will be in charge of tickets, programs and ARRIVE MILAN ITALY 'I

plead guilty in fear and haste, refreshments.
On the theory that young people and without proper advice -o- General/ View of Naplti
may violate laws without In addition to all the excitement about the play student
being! aware they've commit "A young citizen who has have been studying for semester exams which were taken on

ted any crime a district court been arrested for violating the Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. Hope everyone did their 3RD DAY-VENICE-Morning sightseeing Embartationt .
judge In Nassau County, New law Is a frightened person," he best on them! S: 12-00,: noon. -Sailing for Barf 1:00 12TH DAY-ATHENS-Morntng visit of( the Nttonel *-
York has prepared a booklet says "He is not equipped to -- : Museum. In the afternoonscunion to
titled "The 'Innocent' Offend determine his own guilt or In ?m. Cape Sounion and visit of of
In THE TOMAHAWK has decided to expand its 1t-man staff 4TH DAY-BARI-Arrival at I 11.00 aim in Earl the Temple
.er. nocence. every case for the coming semester This is an invitation to any sophomore 1:00 for Poseidon. Return to Athent.
should contact his parents and p "' sailing Piraeus.
: The author Judge Jerome seek competent legal advice. or junior interested in joining to contact Mr. Richard 5TH Y-PIRAEUS-.tOO arrival at Pir- 13TH DAY-NAUPLIA-Departure from Athena
Lewis or Diane Ltnhart. the
along Sacred
M. Lasky outlines the penal. No young citizen should ever aeus' Way
ties for such things a* "..tart.in -- 14TH
for Tripoli
plead to violation of
guilty any to Mr. Mahar other 6TH OAY-PIRAEUS-Mo"ln at leisure 3:00
Talking VHS English Instructor the
or participating in a fight Excursion
( to
iaw-even a traffic offense Sparta and visit ef Mittr. Return
afternoon we learned that the Sophomore PENNY REVIEWwas p.m. tailing for Istanbul
except in self defense (penaltyup
merely u matter of conveni to Tripolii.I .
to 10 year in prison), haz The a a big success. They sold out of the first issue but hopeto 7TH DAY-INSTANBUL 2.00 p.m. arrival in
I il. ence. serious I 15TH
consequencesof DAY-OLYMPIA-From
in j have another one out soon. Istanbul ; Trtpolii, proceed
ing high school or college, a conviction and a plea of Sightseeing: Galata Bridge, Blue/ to
: 'imprisonment up to one year, guilty has the same effect as a --0- Mosque, Hippodrome, Serpent Column and Olympia Lunch. Visit of the) ruin*.
but much more if there's permanent eciviction make It worth the The annual Football Banquet has been tentatively set for Theodosius Obelisk, Beyatid Square, University 16TH DAYDELPHIFrom Olympia, proceed to
Wednesday Jan. 29, at 1:00 In the School Cafeteria. ,.tr.. Lunch
: m.
disfigurement), or time and effort required to p Mosque of Suleyman the at Ptrt. Crowing .f Corinth
a slingshot\ In All-County and All-Conference players will be introduced and Magnificent, Canal and .
carrying your prove your innocence if you are Boulevard Ataturt. on to D.I P hi. Dinner and overnight
pocket (which classifies you asa in fact Innocent several award* given. These include the Rawle Scholarship et Delphi.
Juvenile delinquent). Award Lettermen's Sportsmanship Award, and Most Valuable 8TH DAY-ISTANBUL-Excursion along the Bos- 17TH
Some of the laws that Judge Player Award. The co-captains for the 1964 football sea- phorus: In the afternoon, visit the Archaeo DAY-ATHENS-Vitit of the ruins cf Dal-
These are New York laws, Lasky says are frequently violated \ con will also be announced at this time. Anyone not specifically I logical Museum, St. Sophia and Great Bataar phi. Lunch. Proceed to Athens.

and definition of crime and its by youngsters principally invited, may attend at $2 a person. 9TH DAY-ISTANBUL-Siqhtseeing: Old Ser.. 18TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning at leisure. Tram-
accompanying punishment naturally because they for to Piraeut and embarkation San
are unaware of -0.- Golden Horn on MA
I differs across the coun their existence, or the serious On Wednesday Jan. 22. the Keyettes and Key Club col. Rouse of Pierre Eyub Mosque, coffee Giorgio of M/V San Mareo. 2:00 pen sail-
try. But the idea that Juveniles !, 2 00 .
effect lected : p m. tailing for
that from
arrest the homerooms
an can haveon money for the March of Dimes. inq for Naples
(and adults, for that matter) ,.
their live,. Include: They collected "yards and yards" of and It
ij money put on long 19TH DAY-At See
often don't know the law 10TH DAY IZMIR
strips of Scotch tape. : 'm. arrival at Izmir.
scarcely debatable Standing on sidewalks or a Eicursion to Bulbuldaq and Panaya Kapulu. 20TH DAY-NAPLES-*:00 ..m. arrival in N.p'-'
street corner and making insulting Transfer to hotel Na'11TH
"Our society imposes many 7.00: P."'. sailing for Piraeus. Afternoon sightseeing:

rule of conduct which we expect pedestrians remarks, or annoying about passing such MOVING TO FLORIDA? DAY-ATHENS-1.00: rani. arrival at P.ratus. tional' Museum. Poiillipo, San Martino. S.*

"our young citizens to pedestrians (May be classedas Lowest Rates Bonded Driven Modern Equipment Landing and transfer to the hotel In the Bey of Naples' end Mount Vtuviu*.

obey, the Judge points out. disorderly conduct.) Rates 2000 Ibs. 4000 Ib,. between Venic.and Alh.",. Morning at leisure. Afternoon visit 21ST OAY-CA" I-e.cur"O" to Capri. Visit the
"Much time and attention is New York of the Blue Grotto town of AnauprirVilla
$19480 $349.60 Acropolis and sightseeing of the modern Capri,
devoted to Instructing these "Pranks"
such as putting San Michel Return
Cleveland $193.20 $346.40 young people in academic sub nails on public highways, turn"ing 22ND
Chicago $194.80 YORK Departure
frets, but we apparently exp.ct in false fire alarm, or cutting $349.40
them to learn the standards of a book in a library. (This Serving all northern point and Florid including Fort SEE from Naples to Rome Rome) to New Yes

conduct imposed by society by I* malicious mischief.) Myen, Punta Gorda, Charlotte Harbor Naples, Sarasota by ALITALIA DC-I Jet

.: some vague process of absorp etc Write for rates and cost estimate" from any city to
Riding a* a In
passenger a
tion. car which has been taken Itb- any Florida point or CALL COLLECT 4S8-2S9I

:I > ".You can be arrested and out the owner's permission. TERMINAL VAN LINES 314W.tleniceAve.! VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU Phone 488.2238<

punished for doing somethingthat (You can be arrested even J Chorven Moving & Storage
you did not know to be acrane. though you had nothing to do Agent Co-sponsored by THE VENICE
128 So. Grove St. GONCO LIER and
.. --. with the theft iuxlT, )) Venice, Fl* J l VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU --'

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Notes By BERTHA PERKINS CharlottePersonals a .
News & Phone US1655 P. O. Box 185. Nokomis I .. jluaU S&H

-B7MABGfERITE- I suddenly realize that the until his retirement Mr Ging .
PETERSON year has started and Is well on rick was superintendent of con- GREEN STAMPS
its way, resolutions made and struction for Brown Davis and Mr and Mrs Ed Quigley Jr I Ir
Civic Association will already broken, auto tags due White Co and their four children Lam r
The its own seal and income taxes hanging over our Bobby, Karen and Lynn, art I w v...IN. h.
coon have heads, so !here> visiting Mr and Mrs. Ed -
accordin to the an- many things happening Mr and Mrs Albert Ander- I I I
emblem first to remind us that time Is L Quigley on Aero Avanue FRIDAY
It. egg of Hill's Road are flying to THURSDAY SATURDAY
meettnt."tF23 "vines bondber pushing on and on relentlessly, Lynwood Calif, for a visit of The Q'tlgley, Jr family drove .....
awarded to the memo and we suddenly see and feel several weeks with relatives down from Billerica, Ma s..
b.lubmlttuii accepted design that we are elderly. Ghastly This Is a celebration of the An- and are really enjoying the EST A U R A tn
Entriei will close on April thought isn't It?.. deregg'a 45th wedding anni difference in the climateo HONE BAKED BEEFVEGETABLE COUNTRY
details will be -o The -
versary. trip a present
1st next week.pomtedEeerttean For several years a charm. to them from their brother-in- Murray and Helen MacKayon
ap tag couple, Harry and Helen law and sister Dr. and Mrs. Bumford Avenue have at STEAK PIE
I t.Pmt Rummell their house Miss HelenMcCormnck
I and have come down Peter Pirrlos of Lynwood. guest SPECIALS
from Indiana to spend the win. from Nallck, I
Hadley namNgpgeneralncheirmen
Mr' Ethel A. ter, somewhere around -- Mass Miss McCormack expects

. .of follow-committew they or Nokomis.have panned This year, I Venice hear yea Mr., from and Mrs Warren Allen, Pa.Verm, have- to spend-0-two. weeks here 87( 77( lit
us by and
: Lloyd
were moved into their new home on
Dorothy Wangensteln East
gone to North Port Char '
beautification. park -
Hill s Road. Avenue had her husband .
lotte. At least, they should Sydney
Aground, and youth activl-i stop
-o- Chief Yoeman Charles K. I
say "Hello" to the
nee; John Boyle,and entertain social friends who would like to many see The Rev. and Mrs J V Wangens'em of the U.S. Navy : SUNDAY SOUP
went recreation them. They had better Jones have gone to Homesteadfor home on leave for 30 days
mini hjslorSeltlwelcome; ;;,Rob-cen my place to see the eagles come who by the next three. months. Charles left Jan. 3 to return to COMPLETE' TO U 99tIMAAlOX.

commercial/industrial have a new nest, and new family New York and duty DINNER DESSERT
ert Orr. zoning to greet them through Har.ry' Recently Mr. and Mrs Henry .0-
development, planning ; Hohl Mr and Mrs. Dal Hancock
Americanism wonderful binoculars of Hill's Road celebrated
Paul Palmeter and their golden wedding anniversary had Paul Miller drop by for a
education waterways
drainage, Rodman, roads, Mr Walter F. Ludwig ?r. of with an open house attended visit earlier this week. Paul
; Frank 135 Forrest Dr., wants to I locals by 62 guests. Many friends was formerly the recreation di.
Lois iteti,Schmeike safety, transportation, public utili-; Mr. Leroy Phelps, of called with gifts, rowers and rector at North Port Community 88 IICONTAC. 91tlI
wel- some here in Nokomis. He has all !good wishes The table was Center but recently moved .
and general .
siee' health a message for him from Mr. decorated with a three-tiered his family to Deltona Fla.. e e e e
' fa and where he Is working for a subsidiary ,
by-laws changes Joe Fought of the Washington, bride groom wedding cake,
Propod D. which with of the Mackles in that
C, telephone company punch was served
and discussed and

'I will changes sees be read 26 voted is meeting the upon addition at One the of of February the a plicate Sounds Maybe by complicated Mr.phoning Phelps! Mr can, doesn't Ludwig.uncom.it? throughout Another the couple- evening- being welcomed Gibbs area When on Mr Marius and-0-Mrs.Road Kenneth return. I Reg. $1.2 ti: RINE 1 1I

-o- on Hill's Road are Mr.

I second proposal vice will president.be be adopted followed,Shouldthe nominations by. er Mr.and and Mr.Mrs.and George Mrs. John String L. and Robert Mrs.Blackburn Repp parents who of have Mrs ed were home to Chester accompanied from ,their W holiday Va by, they Mr.Gibbs' visit .. UUEFERIN er e 79 e e. e e 37t

Crofts Bayshore Drive, have moved Into a new home.
of a member to this of.
election mother Mrs. Sarah
gone to Miami to attend the
annual -0-
fjc The*. board of directors outlined formal banquet of the Red Mrs Adelaide Mueller flew Gibbs warm, Florida who plans sunshine to enjoy while the Reg. 69c Reg. 51.00

an ambitious program and for comprehensive 19fi4 Cross honorary of the Masonic Constantine organization an- to to Louisville visit friends before and Christmas relatives. she is here. I II I II
.which should community result betterment.in considerable Gables, to Country be held Club.at the Coral She the too time., was Returning snowbound recently muchof Mrs Lawrence at her Sullivan home is recuperating on ( *

After the meeting the members with her was Mr. J. W. Kelly West Hyde Park Avenue after
and guests were regaled withan Mr. and Mrs Don Dilling- of Louisville who will spend spending several weeks In the
exceptionally well presented ham and daughters Sherrl and some time here Venice Reg. $2.00 HOME
Lisa of Carteriville, Ga., are Hospital.
travelogue in the newa.0 of .places currently visiting his parents Mr and Mr W. G. Hillen-0- of Syracuse, I II HAiiiSPRA I I1r

Mrs. Felix Dillingham at Palm N, Y., who came by for a short powder Ever add to canned a pinch condensed of curry I PERMANENT. 99* Y 98t
The North Port Charlotte Republican and Pines Mr. Dillinfham is stay, then to Ft. Lauderdale, tomato ? .
soup I
Minister of Music and Education -
Club held its monthlybake and on to a Caribbean (rnilie
and food sale last Fridaywith at the First Baptist Churchof where he is reported to behaving 1111I11I1 I
food result The sale was Cartersville. a wonderful time. : r.1: :a CAKE
held in front of the Palmer -o- -- HACClOMt
Furniture Store In the North Mr E. M Pridmore of Detroit Mr and Mrs E. F Lolterleof II WATCHFOR |Castes S-he aswr MODERN
Port Shopping Center There Mich., is visiting his Connecticut and Mr And
ni a fine non-partia.n fellowship daughter Mrs. Myron Shoen- Mrs Tolf of St. Charles, ILL' ,. I SAVER POLE LAMPS
_ of some of our citizens fetal of Hills Road for the win are guests at the Mueller a Yeh4 wllnl a1/YIIa/N, MANN Y.MNrin1 (LNM
We are delighted to meet new ter. Apartments for the winter. .Hiss IoM mYa
Gloaming aluminum ,
- In New cover h.etN Nun a eN.m/m
Republicans not only our -0-
:. with bottom. NNYinnY, .halal M
The Nokomis East Assn. held glass Ideal
city but Warm Mineral Sprin sand Friends of Mrs. Christine 6 n.e heYM.uNlist Ir
surrounding area and wish a pot lurk supper last Sunday Binder, who has been quite ill I b '# fa keeping perlshsbie 1 sacs Pelee
to extend an invitation to all of that was well attended. Good In the hospital, will be glad to I' Hcmes .. F, bake goads at tastea DISCOUNT ;
them to attend the next meet. fond, good! discussions' and know that she Is now 1 tempting rmhntu.DISCOUHTPRICE. .

'm| on Fob. 12 at the Communitv much congenial fellowship. sting at the home of recuOf'r'l aR':vr st 69"' f'T'TBx"'v! 'c .. ,
Center at 7:30 p m. Let's have them more often. TY Webber, Riverview I t u 2.00 VALUE
Those contributing. so gvnertuily -0- Nokomis East 61W1EL ==
were M". Minnie Run- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gingrick .... -. aN.wa1+rM.LmNrrMt ya
kit, Lillian Downs, Hazel have returned to their home on \ 99C

Portia Street after spendingsome .. .... ....
Klmjer Vera Burlingame. Lillian EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES 1100 --' t. a .
time at their former
Davidson Marie Sendker, h I"'..'.Ml Tall w..041 wtNIM "
ha Doan Marie Churchill. home Coral Isle] Pa? where e EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY M ... e..Na lid. able nrYb/ -
Mrs/ Gordon Nixon, MargaretDalhman _aN ..... a.a.n M a
Mrs. Martin Keisling and Tena Ii .
I TRADITIONAL I II --s_Nall h"a .5.
Rita Boyle Velma Ware. ROSE BUSHES BABY
j Mackay and Caroline Pickins. The next meeting will be on Let us style your favorite raw S.-.N..Iw.u.tN. 9.97 [ PIANO

The next -Community Sing Feb 8 at 7:30: p.m. at the Community or ceramic into beautiful lamps. Garden special! Chole.'GrItty! of GR AND
sill be held on Tuesday evening All members are urged to Rest> Ing a Kntyling' beaulflll! Texas grown roe bushes to A ...., weed
Jan :Mat '7:30: at the North attend and residents from e All Lamp Repairs make pill I *, im>pl".
t Port any AT LAST! your garden 0_,
Charlotte Community Center wild iMtrittltlbook
the Pittsburgh area are welcome Week' by Eap.rleneed! Designers and olive wit!! color
\ On 4'is .
Tuesday, Feb. 4 the to attend these gather Delicious Full-Strength cud bnck.'CimiltiiHy
elates of Wisconsin Minnesotaand in... Craftsmen III Chalet of colon. peeb..d .
Iowa will be honored. -0- CHEWABLEASPIRIN "" es late ......
Bring along any interesting I Mr. Jerry Hamor, commander THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I Tle 20 keys, J cetera
Hems or songs and join in the of Flotilla 98, Englewood SARASOTA FLORIDA t. cheew "'_
was On Jan 7 the state of Pennrylvaiua .
(Continued on C)
Dart '' 3 for
was' honored and It$ true"! You can
there were 27 Pennsylvanians 'ir.REtAil now buy regularS 379
for the sing About 55 people 11iCHfAB11 'tram aspirin inj $7.95 I
turned out for that evening j; ,,-eP delicious fruit. $2.00 : VALUE
'111 g test Once a month a different W[ I
state T11AVrtPS'CHtCK% JI flavored, chewable -
or region will be I' .
honored. I \. .. 'i, !fi .aa" tablet made -

The Volunteer--Fire Deportment adults.- You'II like especially the way Retail for Ylla Coo.hm M ,a RSY.M.. TRAVEL KIT BAG 1N

and Auxiliary will hold Ctienable Aspirin banishes the I Mm iwnr.. lei
'll< regular meeting tonight at e5, 00nd l4. MTRAVtl .. ,
'th, Community bitter taste of regular aspirin. IroN..dnw.h..eIDYn. L. ....n.,..ndv,. Lw/Nl..Nndw......'. .WIM ..
Center at 730.: .,,knobs'N It's Y 1 t Yteem.
Next time you need fast, effective .. ....... .
Dominations U Yell .11 Ilia 10,1. .ell.IM
for the election of I e./.s./Ned .. .. ....
NY'll NN ntN to M ''NY
officers in February will be pain relief, reach for Retail err n..y no e I. M 1 Y.wIM,

held, Chewable Aspirin. "-." .... "" -
0...,a rN
4 NNa Y/ma
; 50
Members the Greater Tablets 74'tang ......,100II 'YpIa1NiN
Pittsburgh Club of North Port r'r
$1.19L,44 ,. .
iT2to held a basket picnic' .eYr.wnhnl
Thursday at the Commun- 9c
"y Center. i c Lose S 1.00
After dinner those .
Pl'rIent played carda and fin- I 6 I-- _j wrrYln.YLII... VALUE

Ished the day with shuffleboard -
Guests introduced at the
fleeting were Mr. and Mrs. Control 4 kinds of 1 BED f LAWN FURNITURE
Carl renn ". Mr and Mrs. cold miseries with
William' i Fennell aNMe, NI.t NNY .N N btMN.
Mrs. Maurice. and Mr and this 1 new medicine I I tie M.db.Wert r/.N r dIN lial.w.a.ar NOW 4,9g Mad of 1" aluminum tubing and' sturdy, orl-

theThe,Club 1c were members Mr, and attending Mrs. e NOli"ABVWTMINO C.. NEVI (flt'X(1If) colored wibblng.' Fold for lay iroragi..

; Molnar Mr. and Mrs. CONTROLDMedicated
Lucien Mr. and Mrs. TRAVELERS CHECKSI! 1r
Kenneth Boohep. PRICES.
Mr. and Mrs. Liquid .
Jame, Bates. Mr- and Mrt. Wotable' .
Safeguard lund by carrying money
Raleigh i your
Guy ;!'ulTalbert. Mr. and Mrs. Travelers Checks you can buy at the Venice-Notomii Bind CONTROLD is" I
and +
S Mrs. W. delicious cherry
ri menico i'"\ 80n- Mr and Mrs. Before you tale off on your nest trip, itop in and pick up oj'iu flavored blend 4 CHAP

!.! r.Talotta, Mr. and your Travelers Checb. They ire. available In denomination G? !" cold fighters to II
"Mn'.nd'M Adolph| McKr.il.Ellenburger.Mr.. Mr.and of $10, $20, $50 and $100 at a COlt of Iud $1 I per $100. -- shrink swollen meinj

'nd Mrs. Lester D- Elkin< Mr. SWING/ THIS/ COMMUNITY FOR 31 YEARS branes, clear 297
N. D. H.rr. Mr andPLUMBER and sinus area congestion

to dry up watery eyes,
and stop constant coughing of
colds 10 active ingredients work FOLDING r
Alcoa Aluminum
fast to help you feel better fast! CHAISE

IOOOTHMS"Ifll Aif 'KI I 3 ci.98 6 01. $1.69 ritcnsT-Decanter Te la..baat ,n lower k*

bIY'Q e For mmnj. lervmg, ilminj'' want, tivtwiyi>, beet, lie 597a
GEHTiDlE'W' Lehi tilting pout spout tin Keep a seat iris QO|
AID /a I I r I
MaST coat T. 79c sdrl4het,00
etNeats. a

r-A ...m... -,"...wrI _

Hartle. S1.25 I Reg. 59c

I i\\NACIN . $1.091 ELK -'\ TZEP 51 ( I Ir aWe

...... ..
I. Raserv the to Limit While LII'it Fdril T* Wir. AepliciblaTHURSOA i
'llii DRIVE OVER PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE r Right Qutntitin Suppliit < i

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I ATTENTIONMAS.SACTVSE Damage Totals $550 :Pistols, Ammo 'Elderly Man Is Victim


ST. ANNUAL In Trio Of AccidentsA Stolen; From Of Mugging'By Women

I Elephant and that he hid ,
j-.vef.ja'inf ream up Xr
February 26-27.28.29 1964 ino at :xiderit3 twoA I Avenue on tS 41 to the Barone car She oU CX- Ct. Pt'nce *rt 'n in MLMOUJI.: the girls! .,,f;;
Ringing Bros. Winter QuartersTHIS :yAday: and tone 'A l/ooaat; According u> Krufer. R ntyh'factr Kruger that her windowsI Five: pistols. rune boUt ol toe reported Nokomis muffin man Saturday tan to wait in their car j--
a damaged vehicle involved a n pulled out c4 a service I' were steamed over and she did! ammunition and a camera O-year-oid the Venice Shopping i iCenter i his daughter came to pa k ".
estimated taisad resulted .1 I I tton solo UM Trail cad hit anorthbowad see the approaching auto m
's AN [X oIlfT'O"TVpt! SHOW l..c with a to**; v-iiue of Mi were parking I M by two women up
R arrest of on* of the drivenTSere auto .bang operated Damage to the Baron car The Mite Elepaam that .
If ; ..a.elsaa 'I| stolen from He told police he r-( "j
your po.cr 0"t+ O sports .
were BO injuries.O by diaries W. MageJ. 'It _' HJs) and Vnic
was estimated at vojtht Shop on Eaat the complaint. but they forced him in---.
5obt hi toe According to
9. t1 t iro. i toe.iPECAL Alhambra *
.cer Bill Kruger Jr of UMVenice Shaman vehicle MS I Avenue aomeiime between accosted by : car The girls then begin .
G C Cowell waa
Damage to the Roust aMoipproximated |
Ponce Department .I) ,I A U-toa driven rrudncht Satvrday 111and and poking" at hirr
truck being about J* or Jl :, tirif He
For (_to: Pegare' &Wi Ssace Ce,t. |ated .U i: three and charg- Nttt, ear tl. jby Marahall 41. Mi a m rear of "e when be came ,j finally got s op .r4
S. M. JIMISON *1 s.'T''.OQ Rouih 79. 70S Tunverl. ,IE. Caracas aad a car operatlad to cay police report out of a barber hop at the ; they lt him out
VEN.CE APIA CHAMBER=I CFPHO'.E co..c ER.CE .. L.---O 0Iu0nll fai.jre on A Laurel Sunday Avenue monunf accidaM by Michael R. Bowers N :! Entrance vat famed by pry. thopp-nc center After striking |I[ It want until Sunday -, .
v* 4IMI36 .end i ine right of way fo-; near Lift ; Hi. .VO were unoiv.t ia( a board off the back door .rsallOll with him' he discovered that tao Jjfi s
a '..fr..c..r C0.SAn! S>as- Oak Street, involved auto* t t ed to a moor accident Maymoving .:, and reacruaf tarouth and unockiaf jp nd a car that he was wait1ag were missing from h.s A ,, ..
driven Hannah learning I
.?'., of T..pa by May Shan- it.Saraaota. ,
the Inciden-
-y rnoon north under the traffic light for his daughter to pack < -> -
non Ie 100 Laurel Are. and I i
bar been ,ate
t tW KUersectwe of VS.: 41.
Donad A Barone a IU. 1. and Venice Avenue. I'| aiened u> check para shop He said the only t.r-n -,
Get More Mileage.. B- I TO Nokomis the stolen article and information ,.
''if TIRES VUtoa otwirrd Krugar said Bowers hadtopped for and Girls Athletic money. could have btfn..
I under the light to t let on the breaking was alien they were > r
TVepor shows that B.
& Cut Tire Costs... NEW MOHAWKS "' *' drnj ear Liz.e a vehicle make a !left turn in entering was tea out on theH.gbwae Assn. ActivitiesAre him He could not :iden' :.
l I ,'SED: TIRES. AU SrZESSUAiANTEEO I ;:cV ;:o r..nr.- front of him onto V Venice Patrol! teletypeAmaranth ; girls but said they werrin

i ) RETREADS S695W roo'C :c '.eA'. .n. Are when the truck anenrpted Announced I a. red.....car;... t.u ...... .
.. Dr. AS LOW AS . 114 to make a I left turn onto !: Order Br CINDY SCHEPP 'n. t .ft. -
'111111I( Venice Ave Tbe left rear 'treatment for shock and .
.1-to :Cams h.been selected -
t o-eft;. < the track caught the es tact the uiciden'
RADIATORS \ \ \WATCHFOR tr.: rear bumper and fender of Meets TomorrowAdvance to represent Venice High I| Police Chief John 5-! ,
School foHowuif! the recent I ,
f ..no. warned residents and --I
REPAIRED FLUSHED "' Damage to the Bowers car night for ail ottKtn Girii AthletK: Atari tourna Ito i the area to be on v<
r held at meetmf ment They are currently practicing .
will be the for "confidence"Tf
NEW JEeuiLT USED tilJnf 1 --cc a;>orox.r$' aced tM and :10 the I Venetian Court. Order of m preparation for competition women now that the -< .-

.... Amaranth, tomorrow at I p m.at with other area i is here. He sad that t> '",
Budget Terms T"< f>y New i the Maaonic Tempie ,I schools limo when three! pp! r. .
6 Mr Mr Arthur Pick-: Captain of team No. t la : .
Venice Yacht Club and ,i around the state and -,
VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR Homes ford will be holt and bocteat.Carnefie !Sharon Morton Other momben !: kinds of "MIl game. .
+ of the team are Georgia .
Annual Meeting Seta lain money from their '
Serving' Ve.."ce For S y... Teeh', bMketballrecwrd -. Marilyn' SlcPher- ---
S'",," A"io: Loc."b 1ft j'j' TAMPA AVE, VENICE: FLA. BEHIND THEATRE -. .0. r-.r. >rf the'r holder it Bill Sofia. Between ron, Mad<* Grove.: Beat Voor-
UACE"4TO".4 FCRT M7E7.! PVc-e, a8. ?!9 !le ..fc. *T9....I.u. Ga.eaa -- ". ': m oe meld J 8T-.1 he seared 1.5'11oiM. been Pat Lanwr. Jane Che-
........ ..... r.' -, '* .jb p t nault.Holmes Mary Kelly and Joyce Lemon BayRegatta
-- - ------ 1r
r Pam Payne will captain team
No J. Her teammate are Joyce
Lerew. Nancy Bradley Dor. Set
othy Orthwew. Linda Pond.
-a Linda Haakma. Janice Brew.too. .
ns! Mary Timmer and Chn. For Sunday
5T ARMDS tine Whitcomb.
>*rt activity: planned by the -
r- GAA la a basketball fame between ENGLEWOOD The ,
the school team and the lag of the Tom Adarr, 7
the driver who co'''c
physical education depart- to -
_\ <" menfi all-star team This is to most points ".i..I! J'cr: .
be a tundra sing project: to finance I Eighth Annual Lemon B,> :hoI
:::. : field trips for the club. gatta here on Jan 26
1. { i I Plans are being dme.assed for I Sponsored br the C' <

........ v li ,i told trip to Tallahassee! with of Commerce and n.nr. ; .
1wc i possibility that a croup of der the sanction of the .A
i, ,- egtl a .. ,4or, GAA: members will: be able to'tend can Power Boat Assn 'e
r. :re 1 7r a a swimng extt:bdion hird race of thr so.< r +
;. there: ne -ontli I Florida Gr: pefm.t c
;. Jack Stanford owner of S
; I 1 ford Fishing Resort u
I I man of the ever.!
*" *F- i* *** Seven ..asseof .
ELF ERDINK'SLiquid.fia race-:
iPff.f. V nrvfiiflatraL / Continue he d. with 14 heats. in C 0'
I1 .iJSrfI B, C and D hidros .'r4 c' I'
.-:... Up To 49 Discount and D rtm.bouta.Several .
BUSINESS i PROPERTY interested r> <,-
FOR SALE and businessmen have o -. '.
f&izT !0r I uted to the prize none i -
ELFERDINK'S I now totals 1490.

I Cop,,,. Florida I I will Adams.present Secretary the trophy of $-'

I 1:30: to 5 S..... I to S name to the winner He a be
accompanied here by Mrs '
7 e am.
t- !I I Ray DeRome of Mijrr.
At Advartlted-- It, *---, !' Bill Hyde of Ene!:Iewood. v a
GOOD race referee and pit rr.rrenpectively.
Local organizations In"
Why rent or buy | ed in operating a food ard -
i I bu* tK. bet .U it eoihno 11, (I dunk concession dur.nj .cI
I ,more ) I II race are asked to contact S
lT I ford at Stanford FK I r; t
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State Fair Races

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LIVING"JUST i ail all-around race driver mI
Rental With I America Jud Larson of / =.
tin. Tea will return tc .e
i site of his most thrilling cv -,
Option To Buy I: when he competes in the f .
sprint tar races, at the F r.
!I Automatic Mir.cl Wa, Ida State Fair here Feb. .'
; tw SoftMK t-12 and U.
k """" .... equipment
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tfi- t. won manhandle from a
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.. 5 championship car, will whet
CENTRAL SOFT, DELICIOUS WATER. \:' I Month the Mocca Offy which carried
Don Carr and Hershel Warner
DEEP WIDE CANALS JUST MINUTES FROM THE Automatic Sulphur to many wins her accord.if
GULF PASS.DIRECTLY re.mov.l to M. E. Twedell.: secreUrj- rmanager
.quipm nf.
of the
1'- state fair.
j i As low '3 Pw Larson last appeared here in
OPPOSITE THE FAIRWAYS OF THE i al Month 1953 when he qualified second "

LONGBOAT KEY GOLF COURSE. with a time of 2493. Just a
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2 MILES TO ST. ARMANDS 80 SHOPS. record of 24 82 seconds get by
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I MENT. WATERFRONT NEAR A CITY IS DIFFICULT I i United all-time States records and in abroad 1963 according set: I

[ TO FIND! 1 CONDITIONING to Ralph Wolfer, president ,I
of Wolfer Motors Inc,
Rambler dealer in Venice.
m CO. Wolfer aaid worldwide sale

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but also>> marked the first year
Water In which Rambler passed the
COUNTRY CLUB Dealer half-million mark.
I 217 He added that sales of 194
Seaboard Ave. models are moving at a record
Venice clip. "The Rambler American
in Venice. Saratota ," he said, "already U running
and Bradtnton at I rate 43 per cent

follow Turn West at U. S. 41 to Rt. 780 over the Causeway to St. Armandi Circle. Turn North at The Circle and [ YOU CAN SAVE 9 WAYSOn

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DOROTHY GAYNOR Schmitt Chosen Glittering Cast Of 65 In UVFD I Rotary Is Told

(Jottings Women' Editor About Fossils
Again To Head

Items to 4U4RM
13th Annual Minstrel Show

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one will ever know (un- They vowed to keep at it. how. I A cast of 63 will present 23

No he reads this) the extent ever as long as the snow lasted Charles E: (Chuck) Schmitt, act. at the thirteenth annual talk on prehistoric fossilshe
I a which the dedicated and iacfcins They also reported they of 118 N. Banyan Road will be Minstrel Show of the Union has recovered in Florida

reporter will go for the have a GONDOLIER party elected president of the Venice Volunteer role.Fire of was given by. Dr. Jar! E. Mai-
of the reader weal Our each week to mull over the Gardens HomeownersAssn win at last Wednesday's mert."

ntribution k. this week was a hometown news, we were de for the second consecutive Venice Elementary School Caf- ing of the Venice-Nokomis Rotary (

nt1flc experiment costing lighted to hear These nice year Monday night at the etorium C1ubIncluded
i rent" m money and two young ladies are Misses Claire organization s monthly meetIng Final rehearsal will be Mon- hi his presentationwas

,url time weak-willed WAY Suter, Nancy Hahn, Andrea In VG Recreation Center day, according to Mr.. Ernest a broad spectrum discussion
irr for the non- Helleis and Maye Weedon Schmitt heads a alate of Peter, general chairman and A on the wooly mammoth,
(male) and non-svelt (fe- eight candidates selected by director. Assistant directorsare rr a t.a mastodonts early i wolves,
din'ale) fellow-sufferers( caught Two the nominating committee and Mrs. Sidney Schroder and a i. it ka eY bison ground sloths, camel
trap of the cigarette )hab- charming visitors to the since there has been no nominations Mrs Ward E. McCotter and eguus (prehistoric) horse
,the area whom
we met this week
Some the other interesting
slim ones will simply from the floor the George Devlin interlocutor
(The are Mr, and Mrs Roger Fraserof ,
,. to use will-power. They Portland Oregon. eight will be elected by acclimation since the first presentation, specimens the Venice dentistbrought
They are for the Rotarians to
.In afford the 10 to 20 pounds guests of his will again fill\ this role End
the habit is supposed parents, Mr and Three of the will be Ed Joe examine were the claw of the
reakmj Mrs Norman Fraser who have remaining seven men Warner,
coat t) Anyway, we bought a been winter visitors from are also being elected for Carney Phil Gange and Paul r'ant! of all animals which onclttvI'd
THOSE cigarettes, their in what is now Florida.
of 1
chafe second term. They are: Taylor.
Rochester N. Y. to Englewood 'f I The claw is approximately one
package of ciganllos and for some time. They Incident- Oliver H Collett of 106 Hick Scenery for the show, created foot long and the animal

robed with two packages ofe ally organized the New York ory Road second vice president by Mrs McCotter Mrs 9 V '> er which once bore that claw
filtered and non-filtered State Club last season and it ; Mrs. Ben J Peter. of Peter and CoJame.\ Kalec A e? as j must have stood at least 27
ands we smoke we set out has taken on" beautifully. 114 Sheridan Drive recording will be silhouette cutouts de-
feet hih when on its hind leg
tidal. afternoon to solve the There were 120 present at this secretary: and Mrs. John J. picting typical minstrel show } ,
So we puffed the first months party they said. Wilson of 119 E, Shamrock acts with the center stage silhouette w n i I he sauL A Whopper

we would rather ...0- Blvd., corresponding secretary the theme of the show,
you-know-'what; ate a "Lucky Thirteen." a Dr Malwin pointed out the
to remove the Recent arrivals at Venice The four animal known as the megamprlum .
new members elected f

I tried the little ci- Hotel include Mrs. MargueriteCecil for New acts this year will be (the giant of all ground
10blem, one year are: Charles
we loved but knew and Mrs Henry Witz- D. Worstall of 105 Driftwood vocals instrumental, readingsand sloths) had a foot print nearlyas :
learn to inhale in no mann, both of Nashville Mrs Road first vice president specialty skits. large as a modem bath tub

all (besides which, Cecil reached here last week in Charles L. Wilson of 114 Forest; New Acts //v fit( I and contrary to popular belief
time to attend a Robert E Lee I it was much larger than the)
these we felt like a Way treasurer; Walter Gels Miss June Hider the department
rotor (to our sex). Then we party at the hotel and reportedit ser of 107 Pomelo Drive and 's "Miss Flame of 1964" j :: e I wooly mammoth which most

loved smoking our brands great fun, Samuel S. Roth, of 117 Sandal- will present several vocal solos t scientists generally regard to
and Miss Nan Bradley will be the largest of all land animals
'ihile wood Drive, trustees.According } f ,
Two Venetians mho trekkedto to the report of give an original reading. A tf in early Florida.
Then we repeated the Miami to attend the premierof the outgoing officers 1963 specialty skit will be the workof Other interesting specimens
, twice more CON. OUR circus on the 16th were one of the most successful was Jim Parisi and Fred Lang presented by the speaker werea
tl,IS10N: The abovesaid wor- full series of teeth representing
Mr and Mrs. Murray Mc- years in the history of the late.
t ere have three choices: 1. Try w l I one representative tooth
J lose all\ their friends Grath. Because of the growing, VGHA one of the greatest victories Laudon Pitts will present a 1'i I, ,
> quit from each of the six differentsets
end enthusiastic number of local
being the taking over of guitar and vocal number as
Id to
enough weight inire -
\ laIR of teeth the wooly mammoth
condition 2. circus buffs, we expectedto Venice Garden streets for will a brother and sister combination
heart Stay
a ; has during his life cycle.
theirt hear of many more who maintenance by the Sarasota Lynn and Dave Cor-
seek out
. Hi THOSE or The smallest had
went over for the event but County Board of Commis- belt specimen a
>ildhood supply of rabbit to- chewing surface no larger
have not
so sioners.
ceo or com silk and incur faro Other new instrumental acts than a dime while the largest
Tr and/or nervous breakmi will be a guitar and banjo number had a chewing surface of 14
!, : or. 3. Quit reading sellnr \ Lucie Grey wrote this week rye by Bo Schless and Brenda inches long,

TV sets and radios, sever from Charleston that young Carter and an act by the Dr. Malwin said he started
with smokers Roddy and Vallie created great "Curry Cowpokes."
I relations non- Year's Program collecting fossils on the local
i-d reformed smokers, and family excitement by being Invited Returning to the show, after beaches when he came to Venice -
to take in the 1964 Plans for the activities -
part year's
DANGEROUSLY. several absence Bud
,IVE years' six years ago to open! his
March of Dimes Telerama will be made at
a meetingof Lawrence will several
present dental office. This ultimatelyled
there And they the stars the Benevolent and Patrio-
were selections
him to begin diving in the
Those two delightful sisters, of the show, she said while admitting tic Order of Does today at 8 \
Acts from former gulf, rivers, springs and lakes
and Elda Bagg, repeated
!den Vining a slight prejudice in p rru under the leadership of
I ,ve compiled a list of ugsiions their favor The Grey. are now the newly elected officers years which have become popular for fossils.RobartsPattison,
for travelers and residing there but traveling headed by Mrs Lillian Artman, trademarks JUST A SQUARE in tho Social Circle" torium The costume itself should bring down
mmiscences on their Euro- back here to their home when president will be John and name of the comedy vocal "Ginny" the house in the opinions of the show director

an trip made last summer, homesickness strikes, for short The meeting will be at the Sleasman center, will sing in the thirteenth Ella Peter left. and assistant director
I itch the readers thereof re- visits. Elks Hall Sidney Schroder minstrel show the Union Volunteer Mary Miller, right: Mrs. Schroder is also an II Wedding Plans

I. rt to be a work of art. Cer- -0- Committee chairmen and cal, Mrs Thomas Dept of Nokomis will present Jan. 30- assistant director Mrs Ward McCotter is in
inly their story of the con- their committee members are tap dance number 1 at Venice Elementary School Cafe- charge of the costumes. The wedding of Miss Patricia
Mention must be made of the
Paul Taylor and Anne Roberta 01 Arcadia and
between two
nation overheard beside the top-notch commentary and filmon announced today by Mrs Art- I dour," a the direction of Hubert Another "old" act, in the Meadows. 'David H Pattison will take

ki, "Rural England"' given by man I composed of Mr. Female members will show since the first presentation Alternate for this act will be place on Feb 1 at 3 p.m. at
in the
de Milo statue The chairmen .
l'nu. Alfred Wolff at Gulf Theater are: Mrs.Anne I Gange, Mr. and John Stunkard will be by the Chuckles." songs by Hubert Young. Trinity Methodist Church in
is the best of this
or last Thursday. A witty and informed Baukat auditing, Mrs ersen, Mr. and ., Walmsley, Robert a comedy group composed of Curtain time all three evenings Arcadia.

njt other ar.0 speaker, Wolff kept the Evelyn Siegef membership; ner and Mr. and Warner William Mill Charles Edwards (only original will be 8 p.m. I Miss Robarts is the daughterof
Mrs LIllian and
audience highly entertained. It May Mrs Whit. George Gus Wcnzel Joe member left). Chuck Reiter Tickets are on sale at Venice Mir and Mrs. Howard Ro
The four Florida belles at must have made the Optimist Garland Bowden publicity; specialty vocal this \ Don Heath Ward Mc Jr, Bill Kruger and John Hunt- Rexall Drug Store Noko- baits of 604 W. Oak St., Arca.
I rcjila Intermont recently end Club happy to se the theatre Mrs. Bertha Perkins benevolent sing "Alouette," and Misses Kathy mis Pharmacy and Devlin die The groom-elect is the son
I >' their first snow and so comfortably filled. Certainly Mrs. Anna Anderson, en i the chorus. and Caroline Warner er.The "Coquettes.*. a young Nokomis Garage They may I of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Pattison

. rote a combination letter those present _appeared to tertainment and Mrs. Irene Chorus members are Jim 1 matrons' vocal group, will also be purchased from members of 720 Apalachicola Road.
i me about their experiences be a cross-section of area cosmopolites Rawlea Girl Scout.. Pete Petersen, Roland again participate this year. of the cast and the Nokomis All friends and relatives of
fity borrowed' trays from Next travelogue in Also Mr.. Bowden year The chorus this George Egglefield Members are Mesdames Jay firemen. the couple are invited to the

te college cafeteria and took the aeries is on Spain and takes book; Mrs Isabelle Simmonds. Chick Mmtle Gus Lumley George Koenig Rich. Members of the Ladies Aux wedding and the reception

tray rides on the slopes of the place tonight. Producer and courtesy; Mr.. Josephine Haz- Hubert Young Norm ard Satava, Sam Herron David illary are assisting with the which will be held at Arcadia i
t lit around Bristol until even commentator is Robert Auburn en. lapsation, Miss Elaine DePagter r, Bo Schless and Doug Palmer Dorothy Koenig, Bill show and several are in the Country Club immediately after
frfj feared for their grades Tempas judiciary; Mrs. Jua-. j Smith Ed Fanning and Jerry cast the ceremony.
nita Norwood good of the order

; Mrs. Dons Cutler and Mrs.

Carolyn Mitchell EngagedTo and Bowden Drove means Forum co-chairmen; :and Miss Mrs Tempas Carrie ways To Alaska V Follies Begin Final Rehearsals I

Wed Gary P. Howland Breeding vision screening.Missionaries 2 Week Venice Community

Head meet tonight to begin
The Rev, Miles I rehearsals for the "Fol.
: The engagement of Miss Car. Church ProgramA Grace Methodist 1964" which will be pre

t.'n Delores Mitchell of Port administrative officer of of two Florida Feb 8 through 8 at
Missionary Assemblies in India rater selected to '
C\arlotte to How. Venice Community Hall.
Gary Paul
and former missionary to Korea and
as a preaching
M is announced today by the will be speakers at a pub- ing "missioner" for South Venice organiza

I j'I ae-elects parents, Mr and lic address at Englewood Meth- program are participating in this r6N
hI .. odist Church Wednesday at 7:30p amateur talent
George R. Mitchell of 216 Forty-seven Mrs Rose Kirkley is di

MoryAve? Port Charlotte. .. 'm, isters and laymen, and general chairman
Their appearance here Is un- and
! Tht bridegroom-elect is the i der the auspices of the Florida tle yesterday second year
to Anchorage
its of Mrs Anthony J., Elmo Chain of Missionary Assemblies will group take part in a is Mrs. Char- r
J' ,, and area committees of the Foster. She is also cos
of 409 Mahon Drive and W entation program
chain met last week at the Englewood designer and all costum-
Foul Howland of Denver, Colo, 1 ,1\ A Church to hear Mrs today her direction are

, M,s Mitchell and Mr How- Artist Ford of Fort Myers. They will meet Assisting her will

!kid both were graduated from chairman and Mrs Edwin MIt- of the Alaska Ella Turner, Ida
then spend eight Martha Brink Lee
1 tenice chell vice-chairman,
High School last spring with them in their
Etta Frances
Chain Steele
the of Missions and to
sod are now students at the ('.. A minister and Ann
Richard and Ade
plan for Wednesday's
tmversity of South Florida in meeting will be assigned to III'"I'M Johnson 1.JI j : i it
tdtnpi Speakers will be Kenneth and The Rev Mr co-chairman and
1 pects to assist at _
Chris Mathe- is Mrs
No wedding date has been Potee and Mrs tla church manager
M, MISS CAROLYN MITCHELL I son. Sunday and again / Gjerberg. She will be
by Jack Mills, Theo
Establishment Ellen Bresnahan and Vir-
I church at Sitka Driver Mrs Foster will

(Theme Of 13th Hospital BallIs 'I cour to during the of Rev this Nashville period, of make McNamara ceremonies-up. will and be

the mission and
ber of the General a Foster will be in charge THE "HI-NOTES AND LOW-NOTES" of mer Phelan Elsa Corkum Ruth Miller, Mar

' "Cabaret Internationale'"CABARET Evangelism of the lighting1effects and South Venice Civic Assn. will present a vocal ry White, Mildred Pedersen Earl Smith IWIItS
Church. ,. George Richart and act titled "Let's Take A Trip" at the South Pat Mills. The ninth member of the group, I

The Rev Mr, Gracie will assist Fos- Venice Community Players Follies of 1964 Frank Bemm, was not present when the picture
I Claude Booth and Har Feb 8 through 8 at the SV Community Hall was takenGONDOLIER.
Travel return on Feb. 4.
posters from Hawaii will handle props They are, left to right Ethel Sukeforth El- ( PHOTO by Bob ObendorfU
snd bert Hasler will
many European and South with Alverda Ed-
Poreccountries will deco- Methodist Church Joyce and Thomas the actress portraying Cleopatra Earl Smith Frank Bemm, ing

fate, the ballroom for the Yen- lit that time.Chamber. Stage curtains and vijl not be revealed until Harry White and Elmer Phelan The South Venice Square
I e Hospital Auxiliary Volunt"fr. were designed by Mary prodltion night Mary Sagenis will take part and the Hi-Notes Dance Group will present
'" .' thirteenth annual ball\ on and Mildred Peterson chairman and Catherine will present a Gay Nineties "Around the World in Rhythm*

Ieb 8 at Early Wynn Lanes Coordinator Peabody choreographer number Elsa Corkum and with Gerald Mears as soloist

![ The theme of the ball will be A 'Arry and 'Arictte" skit Mildred Pederson are chair and Elsa and Bill Corkum Vi4
U Cabaret Internationale' and coordinator' will be Eu- will be presented by Bill Harvey men and Earl Smith is director and Harry Schoenmann Linda

'rations chairmen Mrs R t Boyd Eddy who has Grace Powers and Gloria Participants are Ruth Miller Harris Janie Tamer Pat Curry -

t'Handley and Mrs John Fer.JJOn Jaycee years of production ex- Phelan. Elsa Corkum Pat Mills, Janis Curwood and Elcn
with the USO
have been forM Flame Dance Ethel Sukeforth and Mildred Moody as dancers Sharon
t travel Harvey G. Marguerite Adair will "The Flame Dance" will be Pedersen Trueman and Mike Sagen will
agencies for some
roe L contractor and charge of music the presentation of the South Shimmy" Number also take part. Choreographersare
'Ii' background decorationsfor 1 the recently show will open with a Venice Area Volunteer Fire Margaret Hamilton will do a Peg Walmsley and Char

Other of the Venice Area number Les Filles," Dept's Ladies Auxiliary Mrs solo number "I Wish I Could lotte Foster,
Made Hags Decorations will in. Commerce for ed by Mrs Peg Peabody and Mrs Foster Shimmy Like My Sister Kate Cigarette Girls," under
[ balloons and floral 1st members of the and presented by choreographed the dance and The South Venice Yacht Club Elaine Totten as head hostess,

fomentsrri2r five Chamber of Venice Civic Assn. Martha Elsener is chairman of will star Frank Jones, Joe will serve refreshments during
-"piece combo "The their guests at a Auxiliary Ruth Hub- the group Dancers are Mrs. Elsener Fannie Harvey and Intermission The girls! will be
r nosh directed by Ed cee meeting chairman. In the num. Elsener Helen Peterson Mary Mildred Pedersen in "Sailor Diane Petersen Anne Driver.

I Plane will for play' for dancing the First Federal Mr.. Walmsley Eve- Sagen Patsy Booth Charlotte Beware" Janice White Suzanne! Peterson .

' being the floor show are Room. Olive[ Petersen Foster Fannie Harvey, Ann Another solo will be a dance Sherry Chamberlin Mau

I Gar t HenIein completed by Mrs ut ( White Helen Buskirk Richart Hazell Norvell Cath- routine by Charlotte Foster reen Clark and Harmony Har-

t hri Harold Smith co-chairman: tu' a} Rohlwlng of of Peterson. They will erine Peabody and Pat Mills. "The Great Disappointment" den, Lee Chadwick will be in

Nauman it general cees planned and many being two other numbers. South Venice Ladies Auxiliary The Fire Dept will present charge of refreshments, assisted i
Ticket Insuranct Bowling Hobby Group will present the "Tambourine Trouba by Ruth and Joe Krantz.
\ the Venice Area
ticket will be limited to 300 INTERNATIONALE" will be the theme of the Commerce and will present a "Cleo- "Two Old Gale." under the dour. in a novelty act feature Carl Kirkley and Dick Peterson

:0'i'; Tilt and chairmen'Harlan Mr KU annual Venice Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer. Ball. project briefly number Cast members chairmanship of Ruth Hub. ing Nita and Harry White, are In charge of tickets and

tatter Mr.. M, thirteenth Feb 8. at Early Wynn Lanes Decorations chairmen Catherine. Peabody, bard. She and Florence Mayer.hoff Olive and Pete Petersen, Dot program and publicity are being -
ggest that PurchasUP.rur set for Ferguson, center, and Mrs Veah Handley. right Rohlwing asked Woodruff Arthur Van- will play the two roles and Phil Gange and Flo and handled by Gary Brink and
bt (> them early since Mrs Ola travel r the world to port of the Jaycees Bill Corkum. Charle. "Let's Take a Trip" will be Ed Warner with Marguerite Rose Kirkley Posters were ti
tarsusyear's ball a number off have written They areRahover admiring one received all of these Mike Powers John Au the South Venice Civic Assn.'. Adair at the piano made by Murray Martin. In

f,aaym:; to be turned ute decorations England with Mrs. Carl Henlem, left ball co-chairman constructive George Richart and HI-Note and Low-Notes offering Sonja Suni a guitarist, will charge of park in" will be How. j

ball from Harold Smith Ideas from the Steele. Charlotte Foster The South Venice Barber present "Gypsy" for the EastSide ard Chadwick, Albert Zielke
will begin at I p.m. with Mrs. 'GONDOLIER pHOTO j by Bob ObendotO J'lceelb.rollibol4 the slut and Uu &am ol Shop, Quwlclte composed ol improvement Club's oiler- and Dyliht: { Feabodjr,




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Commodore's BallAtVYCOnFeb.l
Epiphany Guild

1 Barracks 764 Installs Annual BazaarJan.31Feb.l 1 1I l

New '64 Officer Slate 1 I Major event of the eveningat I Restaurant were Inadequate

I Venice Yacht Club's Com- and the present clubhouse way
First "World's Fair" event uodore's Ball on Feb. 1 will begun in 1960 and commiMW\
Charles D. Worstall and Mrs be Mra. Clyde Kammerer, senior in 1904 in Venice will be the I be the formal introduction of ed in 1961.Largest.
w fi Evtrttta Mound, .* commander vice-president; Mrs. Rex Epiphany Guild'a "World'a the( new commodore and other private club quarUn!
and prealdent of Barracks D. Sowle, Junior vice-presi Fair Bazaar" to be held Jan. 'flag officers to members and in the area, Venice Yacht Quk
764 WWI Veterans and Auxiliary dent: Mrs John Wilson conductress 31 and Feb. I at the Catholic guests. now haa large facilities for vu.
will be in charge of the or. ; Mrs Jarvia Hender Youth Center. The flag officers will, form sting yachtsmen, a large dmint
ganization' activities this son, chaplain; Mrs Lydia Key- Booths will be decorated! to the receiving line at a cocktail area, a pool and paved parking
JJ tikr year. ser, guard; Mrs Harvey Mimi, represent Mexico, Germany, party preceding the dinner. : area Additional storage aid(
They and other officers were legislative chairman; Mra. Italy Canada Ireland France, Archie Newell and his Or- locker space were added 1"
elected and installed at the Ernest Kukkuk hospitality; Japan and the United Statea chestra from Clearwater, will 1963 when the pool was can
1sIW meeting ol the two groups Saturday Mrs. Charles Worstall treasurer and workers will wear costumes play for dancing after the din pleted.
and Mra. Conrad Schmidt from these countries.
nero The club was formed !in I IJtf
hospital and welfare. and food ,
Other WWI Veterans officer Merchandise representative Dress Is forma and reservations
will be: Clyde W Kammerer Mrs Clarence Klrchway was of these countries may be made by calling I
t i senior vice-commander; Jarvis elected a two-year trustee and will be on sale, and the United the club. Club officers said ;
Henderson, Junior vice-com Mra. Mimi, a three-year trus States booth, patterned aftera early reservations are essen Epiphany Guild
mender; William A. Frampton, tee. typical U. S. snack bar, will tial. 1
Installing officers were Harvey be for refreshments both of i
quartermaster; Conrad open One of the leading events
Schmidt, chaplain; Harvey Mimi and Mrs Edythe days from 10 a m. until cloaIng the social season here, the Fair Fete
Mimi, legislative officer; Homer Weiss. From 5 to 7 p.m. on Jan. Commodore's nail was first Sets
Stout, judge advocate and A covered dish dinner was 31 a special New England baked held in 1951 the year the club
Americanism chairman, and served to the 150 members and bean supper will be served was chartered. It operated asa Top award at the "World
Wilbur E. Fleming, service: officer guests. Bazaar chairmen will meet aemi-prlvate club until 1953 Fair Bazaar," set for Jan. 31
Next event for the organizations Tuesday at 10 a m. in the at which time it became a private and Feb. 1 by the sponsoring
John Wilson was elected a will be a card party on church hall to complete plans club. There were 50 charter Epiphany Guild, will be a 21-
Feb. T at 1 at Venice Civic
p for the fair. Mrs. Christopher
trustee for one year. members but the membership Inch color television set.
---THINKING Other Auxiliary officers will Center. DiCrocco, president, said grew so quickly that leased The bazaar will be held it

quarters in Tarpon Center Catholic Youth Center, Temp
Course In Math and Nassau Streets, and hours
Art Students Fashion Show will be from 10 sin. until |
Offered AdultsThe Voters League Sets p.m. both days. There will bt
At St. Mark'sA
TomorrowSarasota nine other major prizes award

STARTING Are EligibleFor School will Sarasota offer a Community course in Feb. 11 Event Meeting City CommissionersDavid ed.Among the booths listed,

mathematic which will permit Fashions by Helena Shop and Cohen and William most of which will represent
a review and a refresher for Young Vogue, with Mrs Ralph Montgomery will speak at a various countries and their products
ContestA men and women working in Thomas as commentator, will meeting of the League< of Women are a religious articles
A service industries, technical I be shown at the St. Mark'sEpiscopal Voters of Sarasota County booth and a special servin
contest for an official library fields, metal trades and building Churchwomen' annual tomorrow at 1:30: p.m. at the booth for handwriting analysis] ,
[;1 A
trades practical ap. manned by graphoanalyst Joe
book mark! has been announced preach of instruction will be fashion show and luncheon South Gate branch of First
by the Venice Area on Feb. 11 at 12:30 p.m. Federal Savings and Loan eph Gerard.
applied to this refreshercourse The Japanese<< booth will lit
Mrs. Charles Rickard is Assn.
Free Public Library general
NEW HOME permitting time for chairman, assisted by Their subjects will be recreation decorated with art object
Members of the art classesof group, individual and special brought from that
Mrs. Walter Johns as cochairman. country by
and water facilities in
the Venice Junior and Senior problem instruction Areas to
Mrs. Sam Cutler Sr., Mrs J. V. Taylor. The booth
High Schools are eligible to en- be studied include fundamentals Sarasota feature flowers
t will plants, and
luncheon will be
chairman assisted Coffee will be served at 1
ter and they will be assisted by of arithmetic, ratio and shrubs.
.fWho their teachers Miss Ann McDowell proportion a review of algebra by Mesdamea James p.m. and all interested persona
will handlethey Frank Fisher Donations for the
and Mrs Carol Dunn applied geometry, logarithms Dick Joseph are invited. bazaar
m 1* The drawings may be completed trigonometry and slide Feytel, June Deegan and F.O'L. may be left at the CYO Center
: in any sire but the pro rulea. Killorln. 1 today and next Thursday don
The Coquettes will enter- BACK TO WORK ing the Hobby Club sessions
portions must be ao that the Ronald Royal will be the Instructor ,
mortgage ? work can be reduced In sue to tain luncheon guests with several MIAMI (AP-The) Northeast which are held from 10 a m. to
2 inches by 3 inches. The class will register forth musical selections. Miami Woman' Club collected 2 p.m. Further informationmay
<& Other chairmen will be 500 golf balls for use be obtained by callnf
There will be three prizes, semester and hold its first by patients
$20. $10 and $5. class meeting Tuesday in Elwood King, table Mn'l; at South Florida State Miss Ellen Bresnahan,
Dr. Carold Stryker, presi- room 105 at Sarasota High Mrs A. Bradford Smith, Hospital
dent of the artist association, School. Registration fee is $3. ing arrangements; Mra. WIl. Then they started a new only undefeated
will name three members of Additional information is liam Novcs, stage setting; Mrs. campaign. The hospital needed varsity team during 1963 wn
the board of directors to serve available I at the Community Robert Becker, programs and I golf clubs.A its squash team
Before you aa judgea. All entries are to be 858-1332. tickets Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts,
in by Feb.1S.Swim .
Assisting Mrs. King will be Offers
1 1st Services Held Mesdames Sam Callaway Stringer Readers

H build or buy, InU7o In New SanctuaryNORTH Ing Mark Victor Bishop Bo Robert, Gilbert Spauld-Andrews His

PORT CHARLOTTEThe Tom Bladea. Margaret Ruffed Grouse Recipespecial
First Presbyterian Busby, Donald Stevenson, Iva
WaterAT Church of North Port Charlotte Good and Ann Lothman.Mrs .
preparation method that
talk it spent to
prevent espionage -
over its Roberts that
held first service in the new requests preventa wild game from being in the manufacture ol
Sanctuary at 111 N. Biscayne reservations be made aa soon
too dry was devised by fire-control for antiaircraft .
I Warm Mineral Blvd. at 11 am. Sunday morning as possible since the setting : apparatus
The church which will seat capacity la limited to 136 and r FjGf\l. withSarasota 200 last minute for tick- 'ion eso bar, he designed and perfected a
people at present, was requests : .
George Stringer machine for the ol/
Springs nearly filled. eta can seldom be met. Ticketsare production:
Dr. Terrence Peterson announced on sale at Helena Shop. I .ftad in, and ia used asbestos siding
12 Milei South of Venice that special dedication ruffed recipe for Both he and Mrs. Stringer,

a I Federal On US 41 services B at has 3:30:been p.m.set for February Bridge LuncheonOn +I\\t ,....-i, which he grouse contributes who come live to this on Bay area Shore from, having Clean

.,rd II Ir11,.t VENICE- MOVIE LOG r+1++++ ..+ I DAR ProgramMyakka j-,.. ... to[ the food GONDOLIER today col-- water In antiques In 1960 and, are their interested home li

filled with antiques from both
Chapter, Daughtersof
i GULF THEATRETk.r.Frl.g.t. TROPICAL the American Revolution, umn.Stringer has her and his families.His .

DRIVE-IN I will sponsor a bridge luncheonfor I Stringer been an avid recipe for ruffed grouse.
J.n. SS-SI SSJwtr THEATRE members and their friends hunter, fisherman and or partridge may be used
i WHO'S I G""TBu.. STOKE op.I .ih., rl.N.uh s.l. :.U.a,. el I Tuesday at 12:30: p.m. at The 'throughout nil life and is un- equally as well for pheasant
55.W. r...... 0.4 Bridge Studio, East Venice usual in that he 1, interested quail or any other small game
Bring your home I building> plans to Sarasota Federal and g,t = -II..M..T.-...... II PIR ccar,4 Avenue in getting his catch to the bird, Stringer said

I i J... tl.SI-SI.tt -....-.... J.... tl.SMI : table, in edible form. Ruffed Grouse
; a home loan that's easy to live with. Carefully planned home WHO'S lIE!!,., III HKPINO J.IU R.rrla rl.1,. Rim. Miniature biscuits are delightful By profession he was an I Parboil the which
IN MY liED Rleftard. JnhnMW nnM To.."'o to serve with soup. To engineer, a Navy grouse (
Slarrlnit n..n M.rtln. Jl St. J<*., Tans HAUNTINGO'DOLAN'S make these, use a rich baking special agent usually dress to about 'Mb.,
Sarasota Federal and -. An. ..........04. Lu.l BiraMtlUtlllM I and Inventor During WW I ha
financing by plentyof -sad-- bird
biscuit which
can save you money powder recipe, roll the constructed plants per makes a liberal
.. for the
i 84U. g.k 1 >.n.Ve CI. TORPt.IIO P.d Rr.tot HUN.orpl.. dough about V4-Inch thick and for the manufacture government -.1 serving for one person) and
it. You'll also like the convenience too four convenient e cut into small biscuits with a of place in a skillet after drain
..D.e-amNaNN!!-"! >>_..........#.._... Mnch round cutter. aerved with ashen Navy in WW II in,. Brown quickly in butter.,
as ait's Add a can of cream, nf tnunhi
r countywide offices to give you fast efficient service. Coma f1111f111f1111fIf1111fe11111f11111f1111if1111f111fIf111111, 11111'f11111111Ni 1111111111d 111111. room soup -)Vi--cup-milk"' and

salt and pepper to taste.

in soon! i Cover tightly and simmer for

Dine approximately 45 minutes 01
Out Often until tender, adding more
liquid if necessary

7t"' When ready to serve, add
Modern Open End MortgagesLow Ill to 1/3 cups cooking< sherry
I and baste for several minute
fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Serve on a bed of cooked wild
Interest Rates of 5 1/2, 5 3/4 and (>% > rice and mushrooms using 2/1/
= wild rice and 1/3 mushroom)
\ for the mixture. Serve wit)!
o t
Low Service ChargesNo IM111l1"NIMl1RllAlllMIII H"H.U.'I scalloped potatoes, green peal
and cranberry Jelly.


Pre-Payment Penalty : FLO AND TOM DOLAN, Owners Public InvitedTo

1 finest PIZZA this side

Fast Local Service ,V of Ireland SERVE YOU Church Film"A

KOSHER CORN BEEF Letter to Nancy," feat-
ure-length film made by Family
: --- BALL
0,. -- 'I Films at Paramount Studios
I I IM!,i ir PHONE I BAR.B.Q PORK OR BEEF BAYVISTARESTAURANT will be shown here Sunday at
408. Located Just South of Intersection o'' 7 p.m. at Lakeside Lutheran
r Routes 775 and U.S. 41 On The Trail Church.

Beach Rd. I SR 775 Englewood Lutheran Church, Miraouri
Synod produced the film
and loan association FISH FRY which is a drams dealing wit!!
9 All the
f en Fish
a successful lawyer and his effort
't Every Friday Ml. JU you can eat, to pass on his conviction
LOBSTER SPECIAL to a nine-year-old
a mutual swings" ; \\ntitvt\on! \ JtditvltJ to M t CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE girl.
SALAD BAR The public is invited to the
flcovrogen>Mf ol thrift and promotion of /home ownenA/'p; V FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ROAST TURKEY SUNDAY DINNER 2.00 show which Is sponsored by the
CALL 474-1 880 J Lakeside committee on Missions

Come by Boat Come by Car Open I II I ajn. Dinner Served From S. p.m. to 9 p.m. as part of a special evangelism .
program Committee
THE DECKHOUSE members are Dr. E. P. Huth,
W E. Fleming, John Morri

Venice Office TARPON CENTER CALL 488.2391 son.Clain Ed and Cruse William Francis McCain Me-

446 So. Tamiami Trail CLOSED TUESDAYS chairman.THE .


1 U.S. 41. 4 MI. South of Venice 488.2295
12 to 2 p.m.
IILU r Bull Pen Piano Bar
1718 Main Strut Served t Open Nightly FOR
5 to 10 p.m.
So. Trail .t Be. Ridge Reid FRIDAY SPECIAL. |
Colorado Mountain Brook Trout, Saute New
I Mauniara $2.85 I 6
So. Trail at SHeltney Point Road 1
Sunday Candlelight Buffet-Served from I to 6 p.m. I

Pasturing Prime Ribs of Beef .... .. .. .. $3.95 I ::1 Homes
r ..
A 2:30: A.M. --'AI'. .11II
:..<'!I; ( ...10. .




JANUARY 23, 19&.f

-. -
I' lAj 1, W rira.e I
e Auburn Appears Secretary Group

{ I Ir Plans Card PartyA

: Tonight On Gulf ,yt d P tV,,, unique feature of the first

public card party to be given ,
by the Venice Chapter of the '
Lyceum Program National Secretaries Assn will

i be free transportation for 1

| The political gcogiaphic In. guests :'
dt (trial and human aspect. of The dessert party will hE! .
modern Spain will be the sub. held at the community room of 1 S
let of the film to be shown Sarasota Federal Savings and i
and narrated by Robert Auburn Loan Asan, at 7:30: p.m. Wed :;:

HrJ-( x today at 8 p,m. at Gulf nesday. fr;
i Theater, : There will be table and door :*
t An independent motionplc prices A donation of 50 cent JMl
sicuTtf\1/a tli lure producer and former Ma. ] ) be requested. jj
I nine Corps photographer Auburn .
I Mrs Jack Scott Is chairman
i was at one time a petrol- ,"d Mrs Karl Billiard, cohnrrmn > t"
urn engineer in Arabia] and Reservations ?
7r may
; : : *
Venezuela He holds an advanced i ieern.dc by calling Mrs Blb
degree in motion pic "Id ..t I 488.1847 or Mrs. Mar.rir ;.:
1 lure production from the achool Dd.-10 at 488.SOS). '.
of cinematography of the University
of Southern California f ueao' l may play the game of _*.
Ha also attended Occidental i ",r choir< md arrange their
College and received his engineering ',n ;i1b ,I', T,'hle* for couple ,
degree from Stanford ,"rJ '11':1"1 -. will] also hP arrang-

Univer..ity .it.hairmen slid

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' .uu.. il'" !! i

SHOW The watonolors and oil Thompson, left, is assisting Mrs, Newell Our IlilifiliNATCH
; Dorothea Thompson of Engle. bada, assistant vice.president of the bank
currently on exhibit at Sarasota and ahow arranger, hang one of the seascapes .
1.MAN 1 ,r-i and Loon Asin Venice gal A reception for Mrs Thompson is be i FOR
I how opened Monday and Mrs lag given at the bank tomorrow from 5 to ( (0

p.m, (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Obendorf) t
New '

fate Democratic omens9 1 RAINBOW GIRLS Miss Norma Owen, tell, othert left to I II'' Mi--is Li .du Hi.., Stet- Homes'ANUABYCLEARANCE
newly elected worthy advisor of Venice As erson Charily D. nine Lash Hip and
sembly :67; Order of the Rainbow Sharon
is shown Morton Faith Mi* Jmie Blum .
with three of her top officers at installation worthy associate ldvl: services Saturday at Masonic Temple, Th! when the picture was made -
Is \ :: <;'
coder Luncheon Gueste a

Miss \

.. members and I Timmer EngagedTo '

were present at theS i
"' ota County Demo-
w\ '"en'i Club luncheon
t j r noring Mrs Fred ; Mr. F. J. Lamberts
of Wnter Park, second S1.59 TABLE
Ie .'"it of the Florida ROBERT Al' lRS: I

The film Is being sponsored I' Announcement Is made todayof Timmer of AI bee Road. I Values to $4.98 1
e ueats were Shi rr by the Optimist Club of Roberts the engagement of Miss' Mer The bridegroom.elect is theson SHORTS SETS SLACKS
"' .* and Deputic' Lrv Bay and proceed will go I nice Ann Timmer of Nokomis I of Mr and Mrs. John Lam- r BLOUSES S BOY'S SHIRTS
nd Curry Carrol Into the group's Lyceum to Franklin James Lamberts, berts of Holland Mich.
Rr,,v Graves, picsi-- I Building Fund for conslruuion i also of Nokomis, by her par Miss Timmer is a senior at escorted tires .
l ,resident of the of a civic auditorium' for cultural I..nlll. Mr and Mrs Howard I Venue High School, having '
i C"'jntv Democratic and educational presentations I I 'moved here with her parents COORDINATES
I, r D<.vii-. Venice High a Use of the theater Is I in 1962 They formerly lived in
p 1 n> .nil Rep. and being donated by the owner 1 silos 'Michigan, She is an active COTTON KNITS
'Rt ''I 1 Jordan and City William Mitchem member of GAA and Rainbow
Jr''n Blair, Tickets will be available at Girls I l' SLACKS SKIRTS BLOUSES
0* 3 was Introduced the box office an hour beforethe The bridegroom is a graduate I
", Core, : Gibbs Jr performance Single tick. of Holland High School and Teen and Junior; Suet; 20% OFF I
th, focal club who eta are $2 is now employed at Helsers I
.nt of the SevI The film and lecture is one Sinclair Station I
.c-.jnal D;.Irict of a series of 12 traveloguesand The wedding is planned for I DYED TO MATCH
:1 tie' Women's musical programs being the, late summerEsthers .
"e cnl' ,iT1llte' presented by the Optimist] Club ---- I WOOL SKIRTS & SWEATERS
'; ,r> it on \' is de this season
t T R'v J<')hn L Among the typically Spanish } ; Sponsor :
Sues 7 to 14DRESSES 20 OFF
V' Nokomis ,
me u toms and scenes he will
.1' C nth' and the dub : r show and discuss, are gypsy I t Card Fete Today I I

Mrs Adeline Bal u .-0_. .. M I dances, bullfights, i war d GIRL'S
t 1.d.'t. manufacturing I Moorish i architecture I- The Fathers of Venice will I
j ; sponsor a dessert card party I
:: rpokc briefly on
0' t and religious buildingsand 52
',,dullo/\l Democratic feted Mrs Fred Owles, state club officer, at a luncheon Mun industrial fairs. today at I p.m at the MasonicTemple .
day at Early Wynn Lanes and Mn Owl lea addressed the 45 I I II
n >n make to their --------' Values
"' attending members and guests briefly With her are Mrs I In charge are Mrs E J Peterson fo $7.98
:,.1 > lul're.te School En. Adeline Ballard left, president of the local club, and Mrs I Calypso BanditsAt I Mrs L P Scott Mrs Sites 4 to 14
.e Venice High] George Gibbs Jr., local club member and state committeewoman Charles Shaw and Mrs, A. P. I has
n t "L I Icr I, inks thr direction entertained of'!' right, (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) j' Colony Beach I SwansonELFERDINK'S I II Y
tomorrow at the Colony -- -
Opening, '
with I
n guests sev Beach Resort on LongboatKey MISS MtKKHlt: 11MMIK: III
//1. Alps Scenery To Be Shown the Calypso Bandits from
\ I' I I''',d announced that
Trinidad will bring musical entertainment -
f, III l meet for a noon
"1 ,nd an evening study I filled with humor, Pianist Davies Liquidation Continues I II
,,, Club Mrs. Betts vitality and wit.
'slid Monday of each College By Real Calypso music. like that Up To 49 / Discount 1/N
11")" study will
group played by the Calypso Bandits At BuccaneerOpening BUSINESS & PROPERTY
,' 1 30 p m, at Sarasota Mrs. Mildred Betts of photographers I
photographer nia group employs chiefly guitars and FOR SALE
-" ;' '\In'_s and Loan com has The two-montn took themto II
and artist who trip percussion. This group has tomorrow at the
,' n and the luncheon spent ,the winters In Venice for spots. usually inaccessible to travelled widely, all over the Buccaneer Inn, Sarasota'a only ELFERDINK'SOsprey ::1
alI" I be announced later,
'' the past seven years, will ahow tourists United States and during the Holiday Dining Award winner Florida I
1 ,
"I color slides of the Alps at a I past five years have been well for the third straight year, :iI 223 W. Venice Ave."d
Mrs Betts Is native New
r >"I : the lunch. a
I it Feb 17
[ 30 ,
received by audiences] from popular and well-known Char. 8: to 5 Sun I to 51 !
1 \\11'' be Sheriff Bo\er College Club coffee Monday at I Yorker who taught art for several I Phone 488.4108
Las Vegas to MiamI. lie Davies.
\\.a- ;;" oft 8 p.m. In the community room years at Syracuse University Featured leader of the band Long a favorite of vacate ,__ ..............,11.I
grease top
of Sarasota' Federal Savingsand Her retirement Inter. Toners and residents Davies ;;7 :;;
1 to tlse for the first time Loan Assn, ests are painting and traveling David dcCastro He is a well .I in known for his fine piano
'" "P this surface from known composer of Calypso style and excellent vocals,
r: A dry surface might The pictures were made on I Members desiring more information songs and an active and energetic He will play at the Buccaneer .
.' re with the doughs abil! a photographic tour she took I about the coffee may member of the "Band- nightly for dinner and late r

stretch and rise, last year with a small Califor- call Mrs Ward Wright. its." supper.

Venice Furniture Opens' New Showroom Saturday I IJ. [ THEHAZEL D -SHOP---

'J. ket'",,ng with the rapid la a first for the Venice area
\h! jf the Venice area, the It is a magnificent Decorator
lice Furniture Co Is holdingcaia Heart Shaped Double Bed valued specializing in

opening( of their new at $100 I
IW'v'"m] Saturday at 10 a.m, Kenidents tll ear
I hand to perform the tra'' Long-time f Misses and Women'sREADYTOWEAR
'',n,1,i nbbon cutting will be The Wade Ballard Srs. owners J'ft. .... 0
le Sen Warren Henderson. of the Venice Furniture Co, VENICE FURNITURE co .
are well known throughout
The n: n addition, which has Venice, having lived here for
'n designed to display ev- 20 years and having operated \ '
new lines of furniture to their furniture store for the

I advantage, adds 11.000 past 17 >ears Both Mr and .ear ? eww ) rl SPORTSWEARSUITS
"ye feet of floor space The Mrs Ballard have been activeIn
:GmE and t a .tofu I 11 I y Eastern Star and Mn Ballard ..leipa5 la .

'I''"I\ Pieces Include French will be remembered as t
Gluon I Provincial, Colonial i Mother Advisor to the Rainbow SLACKS
1 Modem with the new lines Girls when it was first organ.
frying such famous names ized here. I BLOUSES
Broyhill Premier and Broy. ... --,. -- fat ifSESSg
!hEa On hand to help and advise t. : r//i 'I \ COORDINATES
which U Danish in.
''rtd. customer. la Jack Schramm, _._ ._ .. Ks SSzi$ $te "

One sales manager. Jack came to \ Ii V IMPORTED Bathing Slits
of the highlights of Venice Gardens office,
ATTRACTIVE ENTRANCE of new showroom acr08.from the
enir> day will be the award. Venice six years ago from Columbus I Bob Obendorf I ACCESSORIES
at Venice Furniture Co., on the South Trail (GONDOLIER PHOTOS by ) .
f w
seven door prizes but Ohio, where he V
rttily the "FIRST PRIZE" extensive experience with nat. lanaI companies as a sales representative .quito broom," which back In fronds, the broom in a happy
the old days was an absolute reminder to the Ballards as to thru
I "must"' as a piece of traveling how much Venice FurnitureCo 14 I 1
u T "We are"a complete furniture apparel to keep from being eat I has grown and how vastly 11 SHAYNE/ 01 MIAMI
store, Jack explained
i'18 alive. Made of palmetto the Venice area has changed.
I Our inventory covers every /
I'r ar, ; L i TOLLENTO Hand Screens
I, i room in the house as well asa I
carpeting service that includes Jo;',. ALMA PETTI! ORIGINALS :
area carpets or wall to wall .
carpeting. We have a fine selection 1' SCUBASKIN I 1 PHIL ROSE of CALIFORNIA I ',-- ".
of lamps and wall plaques %
I and are very proud to MISSES & WOMEN'S SIZES 8 -20

have added such nationally advertised DIVING HALF SIZES '
12'/a -221/a
*M, bedding line asSealy .

t '*, Serta and U, S. Koy Open Mon. to Sat. 9:30: a.m. to 5 I _
I: I o r. 7 Ion," INSTRUCTION! liY) p.m. :-.

4 I This opening, is quite a .
-milestone for Wade Ballard
Sr. who first knew this area For information' call or tee :: ,

some 35 years ago when he R. C. (Dick) TOWSLEY
from small
sold furniture a 1' t
truck between Punts Gorda 120 Fmenie Ave, S. Phone 486-W.59. l

and Bee Ridge Road Just; south 8 years of experience '

AN INTER of Sarasota APPARATUS AVAILABLE FOR INSTRUCTIONS 249 Nokomis Ave., Venice Phone 4831995URSDAY :
OR SHOT of just a few of the many I
Idvertised On prominent display in the i
the new .how-
J! ** furniture on display in
"*" Yeast Furmturt Co. ,new building will be has jno I i --- Ir

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-- DURING ANNUAL RECOGNITION DINNER New Zuraw "1 ells 1\.lW-anlS '

Retarded l Meet CAP Starts

Called TuesdayOn ; Col. Grove Presented Silver Beaver Courses Under About Talent HuntHow IIJ.I'

I big I league baseball I I Stressing that the future is a.of play"In addition ball the to baste being thing able,to,
Scouts Three LeadersThe baseball today
Activities By Sunny Land Council, Boy talent tracks down was explained promising to player the bright major as ever should Zursw encourage said, to look run for U and the throw.prospect's have abm u*,

of Civil Club last Wednesday Parents and
Venice Squadron Venice Kiwams than ever to body control power and
I Presentation of a Silver The National Camping i scoutmaster; Troop 64, sponsored Air Patrol I* starting a new by George Zuraw : their sons more effort Into most important of all the dean
Joseph W Girard director of Beaver to Col William AGrins I Award, presented by Col. by South Gate Community schedule under direction of southeastern supervisor of put a little extra In j Just a few to want to be a. good player.-
the South Sarasota County of Venice was a highlight Grove to Troop 11, sponsored Awn, Inc., Albert Simon, John Norman Ward Wright scouts for the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball Colleges more and Zuraw paid tribute to Jot-,. .
Awn for Retarded Children, of the annual Recognition by Sarasota' First Presbyterian scoutmaster; Troop M, spon and Frederick Butler. of National League lean will be giving scholarships Brown, general manager of thi .
announced today a public Dinner of the Sunny Land Church William Hunter, cored by United Presbyterian Newman and Wright will Zuraw. who has a newspaper more baseball for a boy Pirates and Rex Bowen ac it.
meeting concerning association IS, Church of the Palms, David One for all newcadets in Pennsylvania and what belter -vay
Council, Boy Scouts of America scoutmaster, Troop sponsored teach Phaae background education than ing director, "We are all work. -
activities Tuesday st 7 p.m. m Sarasota" Tuesday night. by Holy Name Societyof Johnston, scoutmaster, and Just joining, and Butler and 4s also a former ball player to get his baseball ability Ing to build a winner for th.., lJ
at the First Federal Savings Col. Grove has been active In St. Martha' Roman Catholic Troop II, sponsored by Sarasota U to teach Phase Two to cadets ia acting advertising man through hu Pittsburgh fans and despite !ti.
and Loan Assn community scouting for the past 10 years, Church, Raymond Deacon, Bay Rotary Club, Edward who have passed Phase ager presently for the Venice He pointed out that many poor year we had In 1963 .., 7{
room. has served as a committeemanof scoutmaster; Troop 28, sponsored Howard, scoutmaster GONDOLIER during his baseball factors enter Into the makingof are thinking in positive terry a
Plans for the 's Lemon Post 276, Vetere Certlflrste/ One.CAP activities includes flying His scout
group proposed Troop 28, chairman of the by Bay "off season for the upcoming season" a
school building will be presented Sarasota District Campingand American Legion Englewood, Scout Executive Fred L. at least once every other ing territory Includes Florida a major league ball player 4''
and discussed by Ron- Activities Committee, and Lee Walker, scoutmaster; i Treat presented a Veteran certificate week. Pilots are Dale Johns Georgia Alabama and southern !ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii : -
;, ald Arone and Sidney Frazier more recently has served as a Treep 28 aponsored by Venice to David\ M Dickson. and William Mitchems and South Carolina and during iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiicRuTs'E'cbupoN!!!
architect The association's member of the council's executive Nokomis Rotary Club, District Executive, for 23 years operations officer U Stanley the playing season he travels =5 I ,
Loveland School for Retarded board and chairman ofl its George H eman, scoutmaster; service. Levin 35 000 to 40,000 miles ; !/ and mail, this for information on ....
Children is presently meeting camping committee. Troop 34, sponsored by Bay Council President James G There also will be at least "I'll see not less than 200 ===1 Clip
, in temporary quarters at VI'niceNokomis Two others were similarly Haven School PTA, Don Haas- Spencer Jr, awarded bannersto one bivouac a month and a 50 Barnes: this year, look at nearly W' AIR SEA ITALY MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE
> Methodist Church. honored. They were George ler scoutmaster; Troop SO, the units that met their goal mile hike planned during the 5,000 prospects, and still won- B
k In other business representatives Sanders of Fort Myers and William sponsored by Pine Shores Press In the recant "Adventure Spring school vacation der at the end of the season if =, and mail to:
of the state and nation- A. Day of Bradenton. byterian Church, Fred Riegel Roundup. Sarasota" District Johns is offering communications I've missed prospect perhapsin j;
Bl retarded children s association Other awards given Sarasota Jr, scoutmaster; Troop 80, units which qualified were: Instruction on Monday Toccoa, Ga, or Alva Fla.," si VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU ii
will meet with the mem- District leaders at Tuesday sponsored by Concordia Lutheran Pack 28, sponsored by Lemon nights to interested cadets he said In describing the scope ;;
bers and the interested com- night dinner includedDedication t Church, Paul Yoder, Bay Post 278, American Legion Classes are at CAP headquart- of his travels gl :JI4 W Venice: Avt, Venice. Fla.Si ; SlI
munity citizens to acquaint Englewood, Michael Soy ers municipal airport Zuraw said the Pirates have .t.I t..
them with the demands required an, Cubmaster; Pack 50, sponsored It was announced today that 12 full-time scouts and "the I i
to affiliate the local by Pine Shores Presbyterian three contests are being conducted whole responsibility of keepingthe l I
group with top level organrations Trissels Feature t Church, Roland Green, : Pittsburgh organization 1 NAME . . . . . . . . ..n I::i'
in the retarded children I' cubmaster; Pack 71, sponsoredby 1. The cadet who recruits the moving depends on the type of i : 11 :.

field Alta Vista School PTA, Jack most paid members by Feb. 26 prospects we sign," he added = ADDRESS . . . . . . .. . .. .. .
Dr Leon Terry will peak on B. Goff, cubmaster; Pack 78, will be given an allexpensepaid Some prospects we follow i iIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII j.
dental health and care of the Nazarene sponsored by Northminster trip to summer encampment for years and never fcicn: ," he 1 l
children teeth Program Presbyterian Church Donald at Tyndal Air Force Base continued 'Those are the CITY . .. .. .. . . STATE . .., .'
Hardin, cubmaster, Pack 101 ; this summer. borderline cases and we will I==, -
The Tnssel Family from vibes harp accordian, piano sponsored by Faith Presbyter 2. The cadet turning In the even try to help the boy get Into ]=1

V/SCS/ ScheduleIs I Palm Bay Fla will be featured and organ Debra Marie frequently ian Church, Don Poire, cubs neatest and most will original be awarded CAP- college" and watch his pros I IIIfl!II Ill'UIIIIIIIIiiflIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I lI 1i
I at the "Youth Week" activities steals the attention of master; Troop 11, sponsored by recruiting poster ress. 5
at South Venice Church of the audience as soloist and asa First Presbyterian Church, one hour flying time as an b
the Nazarene Jan 28-Feb. 2, member of the trio. She also William Hunter, scoutmaster, observer
AnnouncedJanuary each evening at 730.: plays the organ and the vibes Troop 15, sponsored by StMartha's 3. The cadet selling the most THIS CAN BE
candy during the February sale
Church ;
The Tnssel family is a complete harp.
circle meetings of evangelistic unit The The ministerial emphasis of Deacon, scoutmaster, Troop I will be given a complete CAP YOURS !

ts oman's Society for Christian Rev. Paul D. Trissel father Rev. Trissel's messages will be 21, sponsored bv First Christ- uniform.
Service of Venice Nokomis and minister, has served in toe," ard the needs of young people Ian Church, Harry McVay,
Methodist Church will be held various parts of the country as in this 20th Century, Members scoutmaster: Troop 23, sponsored Swift Is Named r(,
Monday and Tuesday. minister of music. pastor, and of the local Young People by Trinity Methodist
The Frances V Curry Circle evangelist Mr. Trissel received 's Society will be asked to Church, Robert L. Smith, scoutmaster I Bay Shore lead
viill meet Monday at 2 pm. at his education In Owosso College take part in the services from .
(the home of Mm II E Sterling : and Alma College in Michigan night to night All services are And, Troop 24. sponsored by Bay Shore elected Estates officers Homeowners for \.
Sr of Heveniva 5t. with\ Mrs High Point College: in' open to the public and a cordial Episcopal Church of the Redeemer Aosn board of director'
Carl Vennerholm" conducting North Carolina and Pacific welcome is extended to every Thomas Jerkins, meeting 19fl4 !at a last week Earle L v w f 'l 1S PE
the devotions and program Bible College In California scoutmaster: Troop 28. sponsored -
I Venice Nokomis Rot Swift will head the group this
will Traveling with him and assisting one.The by -
The Tuesday
in the music are his : Victor Hullinger Music ary Club George Hileman, year.
be: Store of Bradenton is lendinga Other officers are: James E
wife Mary and daughter, D.bi i scoutmaster; Troop SO sponsored <
Martha Circle 9.30 am at bie. Mrs Mary Triiiael an accomplished Baldwin organ to use during by Pine Shores Presbyterian McClearv. first vice-president: E
the home of Mrs. Ethel Bickel musician, plays the I these service*. Church, Fred Riegel Jr., Albert F Swanson, second
tit 408 S. Harbor Drive program vice-president: Frederick R. L
scoutmaster; Troop sponsored -
by Mrs. Beulah Smith Pickering, treasurer and Mrs
by Venlce-Nokomis Presbyterian -
and devotions by Mrs I I. Van Church, Raymond Mabel O Lambert secretary "
Clemens IMission's First Service The association's annual
Edge, scoutmaster; Troop 80, P
Porter Circle, 9.30 a.m at sponsored by Concordia Lutheran meeting on Jan 14 was attended
the home of Mrs C. J. Jesse. Church Paul Yoder, by approximately 100 mem- I A tic
Payview Parkwuv program The second South County St. Martha's In Sarasota First scoutmaster: Troop 64, sponsored hers. New residents and members
and devotions by Mrs 0 laVfll mission to be organized by services ware held in Venice In by South Gate Community were Introduced bv the I
Day. Catholic\ Church of the Eplph- 1311 Father Cumrmnes is the Assn. Albert Simon, scout >ut-noinj president William F I E

Ruth Circle, 2 pm"t the anv met for its first service second pastor of Epiphany, muter; Troop M, sponsored by Isrney ]
home of Mrs. Alfred (Hinner Sunday at Warm Mineral succeeding Father Michael! United Presbyterian Church of Members nf the arrangements JOIN US at Gala Opening Saturday Jan. R
of 41< Sunset! Beach Drive Springs with The Rt Rev. Reynolds who was pastor from the Palms, David Johnston committee were P Ray I our ,
South Venire. devotions by Msgr George Cummmgi celebrating 1934 to 19S scoutmaster, Troop (1, sponsored Crlckson. James E. Lambert
Mrs Harold Beer and the mass Homor S. Perdue, Arthur J. 25th and the .
Mrs Gerald Mears program by Sarasota Bay Rotary Stewart and Earle L. Swift register to win magnificent S900 :
by Some 300 Catholic parishon- Club, Edward Howard, scoutmaster
Prlscilla Circle 8pm.. at era from Plamore, Warm Mineral Troop 101, sponsoredby chairman.
New York
the home of Mrs. George: Bovd Springs and North Port Party Faith Presbyterian Church I charge Table of decorations Mrs. Lloyd were W. Shirley In- Decorator Heart Shaped Bed FREE! sr
of 729 ApaUchicola! Rd devotion Charlotte attended Jerald Thoraon, scoutmaster,
assisted Mrs. William
Marian Smith and projram by Mrs. begun The Englewood In 1957 and< mission now meetsat was Tops AttendanceAt Shores and Port Presbyterian 50, sponsored Ourefc by Pine, P, Harney, and by Mrs Arthur A Leava your name' and tddVeu. You !need' not fea prevent to win s

Ethel Blalock Circle 8 pm. St. Raphael! Church there, Michael Wood, ad,.;_. Laullhlln.
at the home of Mrs H Eddy which was built the next year.
of Albee Road devotion and The new mission will be All StatesThe Auxiliary PlanningFor VENICE FURNITURE CO- s
program by Mrs Walter named in the near future by Grace NickelsOn
Schutr Archbishop Hurley head of the Two ContestsPlans SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL ,
Hazel Woodard Circle 8 p mat St Augustine Diocese. Epiph- New York Stale party of 'r
the home of Mrs Bruce any parish boundaries extend All States Club drew the Urg for selection of a poppy Across From Venice Gardens Office PHONE 488-3425
Thompson, Bayshore Road, from North Creek Osprey, est attendance of the season, VG ProgramA queen and Girls State representatives I
with Mrs Cornelia Blackburn, south to the Sarasota County approximately' 300, Jan. 18 at the meeting will of No-Vel discussedat Unit ""P- ....... -- .-
co-hostess and devotions and the club s weekly party st VenIce _
line.For painting will be by Mrs S. J. Eggert Civic Center
program the present, services will the first stroke of the brush to Legion Home Monday at 8 p.m.
be held each Sunday at 11 a.m. Seventy New Yorkers participated the completed work ready for President Mrs, George Kaup
in the Warm Mineral Springs in the grand march, framing in a two-hour art dem will be In charge C
Hostesses Named Restaurant building! led by Mr and Mrs. Harley onstration at the Venice Gardens Mri Carl Kirkley, poppy ,r
Mother church In the area is Old., long-tune members of the Recreation Center at 10 chairman, will distribute poppies "BABY" G Gl

For Auxiliary club a.m. Saturday to be used on the dresses lCr
There were 30 door prizes The demonstration will be of the Junior group contenlanLs l
and refreshments were aerved.Tonight'l conducted by Grace Nickels, be selected Feb s
Mrs Jay Kellerman Mrs Set
John Wilson and Mrs Marv party, at 8 p.m, at artist, teacher and lecturer 19 epnw'rNlb'\ : completed r'
Eastman will be hostesses at; I I he Civic Center, will honor widely known In the Venice the Feb. 28 and 29 poppy distribution YOUR d.
residents and former residentsof She started first .
area the
I at Monday's meet.
the February 3 meeting of the
Tarruaml Memorial Auxiliary By LutheransThe Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, adult art classes In Venice under Six members of Venice High 'rG
8118 at 8 p m. at Venice! Civic I I Minnesota and Iowa, and nextweek's the Adult Education System School junior class will be nom rl P
Center. I Rev Carl Driscoll of : honored states will xPennsylvania inated by the faculty to represent BUDGET ,>
Hostesses and New Jersey Mrs. Nickels presently Is I the auxiliary at the af'I '!- ;
at the
January i Tampa assistant to the president -
: The club's first membership in Sarasota
1 teaching nual Tallahassee Girls State
meeting, were Mrs Donald of the Florida i Synod, will
Smith Mrs. Robert F. Leonard i be potluck supper will be held conference this summer, Mrs .
guest speaker at the dedication -
and Mrs. Clara Niemchek service of Emmanuel 'I Monday and reservations must Instead of baking two 8-Inch I Richard Sauerwine, Girls State y '
Mrs Thomas Foreman of Englewood -I Lutheran Church Sunday at be made by today, Mrs. Mary layer cakes, bake half the batter chairman said The two winners IN 64 3S''
was initiated at the 10'30 a m Elliott, publicity chairman, in the big pan and the remaining will be selected by popular S'B
said In muffin pan.. vote of auxiliary members
and President
meeting Mrs The program will Include a .
Clarence Kroener was in processional by the ministers, -
charge of the business session. the church council, the senior hL
Members of the group who choir and the youth choir.
visited Bay Pmes Hospital pati- Choral anthems will be "Im- !
enti last week were Mesdames mortal, Invisible by the SEETHE"CONNECTICUT" *a S F
Kroener Claudius Rasmussen, youth choir and "Now Let All "
Harry Howard, Louise Dman The Heavens Adore Thee" by ,A R t

and Ben Hemmings The visits the senior choir .. ;- ', -...- .- ...................._- --- -- r rot
are made monthly to deliver to The Rev Charles Row is : :. k
I the patients articles made by pastor Y '
t .
the members during the interim Scheduled to speak at the ;:: > M S
church either Monday or on j :
Venice post and auxiliary Jan 31 Is The Rev Anders L
members who attended a reception Hanson who was chaplain to d
for District 10 Commander Chiang Kat-shek and served r I
ll:V, Lum Dalton Jr.. and 9 years In China and 10 yean J
i "' auxiliary President Mrs Kenneth on Formosa after the missionaries r h
r McLean Sunday in Fort were evacuated from
i Myers were: Mr ands Mrs, China e+.. I
Kenneth Norwood Mr and The talk will be at the church P
Mrs Kenneth Wood, Mr and parish hall st 1:30: p.m. and the
Mrs Harold Girard, Mrs I definite date will be announced .
Kroener and John Lundqulst later this week A CHECKING ACCOUNT HERE AIDS
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KINDERGARTEN BUILT BYGULF Beceuse a checling: account gives you a concise record of cash deposit o

COAST DEVELOPMENT & BUILDERS INC. and expenditures, It helps make budgeting osier, And, your canc.lled d
NEW LOWER RATES check m I.gal proof of payment. A ch.ckin9 account offers
Register NOW t+ on your lot $12,950 conveniences: and .t very little COlt. Open your account tod.y.may

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COUNTY IN CHANCERY > hav> ....... th* Haul nf Wfu-
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Charge Rata., both Thursday I I lid.' In th. <.?CI.. of H"*, 'OHN 1'. 1
NOTK.K Of CUlT .RAHAHI.. Sarainu <'ounc. Judn. I.'n"n" laI
and Monday Editions TO, FRED W. WIT1E.' *R.. I IC. ( Court HOMO it tarawta.Murlda. .
PI... of HnUnirv., Ill ....,h''.. wllhi ill Mlmtar _.,Ito
S1.50 A,.nu., Huwthornv, New orkFlic cv... .the d... o< Ih. COO! pubh., ...... ofNotlir
if Kmpliym IMwnadi th" .
>.lrr, Br.wr. 101.. York :ark .1... or d...... .... M .Is0iIi.C.
((12 I word minimum) You 0... h.nfcr BotlfM th.l th. .nd I. d.plt.,., .h.1I sty.to. '.
I 1- Real Estcto I H.c-j:=3 Tor _I... I bovnun l Hrtltk.n.r. lilT WolvwlMWnM. ala<: nf r..lrtniro andaddrw p.o lirir*
-'""... RsntcSs! Situation Wanted Boats For Sale Additional Words each 6c II......... Florid, h.. fiM. I .1 tI.. ( I.Io.ti' .hull. "ha .
DRY-Lo: P.lltleil I. IC. buv.trl Court furII. U by th. (' .'...,., hie artni .. kla a'v. '-
tI' be.
[iGH AND BY OWNER. Low down I'OR RENTALS TYPIST RECEPTIONIST .. idoptlin of Uif minor child n.med ,. ." .h.it b. ac*>mpant'4 fcr a 51.00tIiPf.sedavess.h.l.l'e.ea".4
II Venice and Englewood. pay BOAT FOR SALE. Must go CASH rctai both Thursday thuS. in4 you tr. mulml U .how I '
tween acre. 100Letts ment. 2 bedroom. 1 bath i In Venice Area Experienced general office Best offer 1960 IS-ft. Viking and Monday Editions MUM wlty 4,5 iMn. ibould not .bt crknt- not .. fll.d ihall >. *.Id. The fitHs ,.
I'D $300 per
acres, home In Venice Gardens. Must work dictaphone billing. Ph. and tilt trailer. .d br ....I.. a lOp itl rour wrlttvnd may M ad approved for citrus, $350 sell. Phone 4801827.WATERFRONT See Phone 4B8-3997 .f...... I If ..r. .DMI IVANS, THOMAS and Halm form. ..., W ......... InmUl.
CHIPS 474-1451 or Box 349, Engle- S1.40 4 .. ,
her Call o"ner. Sarasota 924- JOHNSON eoyi.em Atloriwi far P..Ion. County Judna offloa
|4915. _ _ _ HOME. Bed Realtor Boat TrailersONE word : kr...... riorlila, ... b> fillni Id.Mitcrvd HKRKNin; WTTH MrKTBBCN,
minImum .
300 |112| ) Adialnkrratfli C.T A. .1.0slv.t.
W. Venice ,. .. 5
-- rooms, H\, baths, Av. 488 2279 .ri.ln.1 tI.v.f .ltIt Ii Clorle .C "
; garage, RETIRED NAVY CPO desires ., ... ... ft xiuAaa M. Kmllh.Allorni .
I OWN A LOT dock. "" Additional I Word each Sc: c.u" OIl o. looPo. .h. IOlh day r. ..
Reasonable. Phone 488. t'NrURXIHHKlTHOMS, 16-FT. TEENEE Boat ... ... 1..
A HOME vesSEl: work In Venice, Englewood C ,. I''' .th..i S 5C be
WANT 2484. SI...MbU H.nl Option to ..,. Trailer Price $69. Phone 488. .fiilwt. you artntlnf Mid: adup* .. t Blair, and P...,.
yoJ jet home and mort lice. c.11 urn JACOBS. m-iiiT or Punta Cord area. 35 years 1010 C.. A.... an..... Ie .I.- II... 117 ...... KtroVonlnv $.
.... .
.. .. _
I5. to 01 55C .
Electronic a ... .. ,
experience. Prefer
I We get lot. even It even.Let' I BEDROOM, 1 bath Florida b. 'or ... '.....1_ Ms _to S wrrNEsI h. .n' 50. .1 '"t Florida.
discuss it right now. Room. Golden CASEY KEY on the Gulf. :2 broadcast, TV Station or Ma- 0.5. 1M .5.5 I....... Ih..r.. tol' CIs'I .t s..Ma. (s.d'". CtOe lnld.. PbiiO, Jan K, II, '0. P.C.. S IOU
section. bedroom Pets A ....... .... UUl d.c of Jimurr. A. D. ItHl4.
furnished house.Screened rifle radio. 1st class .h. of II to It
, BYRON M. MARKLE. Realtor 828 Robert St., Venice Make ..... e.. ... ., tho O.d.II.e. P55.B. W. A. WYNNE.dork .
phone 48847(3jiTRENTAL( offer porch. 488-1333 488. license. Phone 47 -2671. .. ....... Ie ......ius .. _...... of It lie limill o".tt Floriddi
2133. GIVE FOR VALENTINE'S, an Br Prwlon. Knapp, Venice
n. "" Cl.rlr,
property. Veal..III. ..."..tlM. mil NUB RAKI.AINI Business Opportunity adorable miniature poodle. ONE EDITION Eith.r EVANS. THOMAS isoyesroo.AItons DEPENDABLE
t .,
Near shopping ml *|,ik .ptun. Mobil Homes AKC 8 weeks old. Phone 488- Ow PSItHm.
.All CALL LOU "' \-OBa. 411-ltll I 4838.TRAIN. Thursday or Monday paper Colt nl r.'... Bank 0siid.... DRY WALL
and ,ulf. 19,800. Broken pro- LARGE NEW: ....NiJ UiED TRAiLEKS HOME REPAIR and Furniture Par word ___ ____ le S._ .',...1... SERVICEC.
NEW 3 bedroom ... .
Call 488-3669. i 2 Publt.h I J I' 10. P.C. a I' 10"
Kted : 15' to 50'. See New Moons. Fla. Repair and Refinishing bual-
bath, on corner lot. Gulf YOUR DOG! Sarasota (Minimum .12 words) W. Curwood 488-1)30
Coast Blvd. Small) down : Metro Models. H. J. Darlington ness. Equipment, machineryand Obedience Training Club' ASH DISCOUNT s% IW THR: CIRCtJir COURT OF THft .
Lots For Sales ment. Phone 488-2307. pay. Sales, Nokomis! Hwy. 41. Ph. stock. Sell as one or seprately. new series of classes start Jan. TWFLrTK, JUDH'IAI. ClPriHT OFF1.OR1PA.
i 483-2608. Call 468-5752 after 8 28, 7:30: p.m. Sarasota National CLASSIFIED DISPLAY IN rIBNnRY ,

OR TRADE. tots 11 and GULF FRONT p.m. Guard Armory. Information C_ N*, 11.101
11. Gulf View Ven- 3 Br :3 Bth. Beautifully fur- 10' X 48' VINDALE, ALUMI. 488-1268. One Edition, per Inch $3.00 iw mt:: PFTITION ati Competent Experienced
IS, Blk. NUM 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, Both Editions Inch $3.50 '. Nuwro ..,d DOHA I n Reliable. .
nished. per
aewtr, near beach and A. Cnnd. & Heat. Seawall Personal
iet. City NbftlONKoTint\ ;
]< heat
gas large tank waU ACCOUNTING
gas ,
.hopping. Minor Cross 2930: 100x500 ft. No city tax. Misc. For Sale OF CLIP'
I Walnut Ave., Mattoon. Illinois 488-4006. I oven Kelvinator sliding doors, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, All classified. ads payable In TO aCDA MAY M.MTONUurfrcwboro. I & TAX SERVICE;
exceptional closet space and Trrnmo '|M( "
advance eicept eitablithed Monthly: Qnrtntr' e'4nnjol
Mondays 8 St. Mark's
LOT 581 Venice Gardens. Price FOR SALE or LONG TERM cabinet., TV antenna, awnings, Episcopal Church: pm'pia Hall. 20 CUBIC FOOT CHEST Freer- account Y.. .id..u 0" h.......eddrftt'aMiflsI' tho' 110. Sb- Accoiih SoVicrfetf
$J18M. Write Walter Polski, Lease-Corner, 1 block south covered patio. Not new but repainted er. 750-lb. capacity. $100. Tel ....... F.titi.o,.... or 1111 Moon !' Call 488-4794. ._,_.. : 0. nOd. .. PctliIn -''
585 73rd Ave., No., St. Petersburg of Venice city limits U.S. 41 and refurnished. Nice ephone Sarasota 924-4915. U. o.MUrM l Ktorkm.i Uiurt:v (or a O>. .d"'.- T. R. BROWNTAX
Fla.lOVEHBROOK. CB 2 bath house originally designed location and wonderful neigh CANCELLATION er II... ft th. ....1_ .hldmo ....... tirrchr CONSULTANT
for conversion and bors. Lot 150 or call at office. Business Personals TRY DIADAX Tablets (form- ADJUSTMENT I. .Id P'.. ... e..l'-vt, to .tv'.. to""
GARDENS. 95 to offices other expansion HARBOR LIGHTS erly Dex-a-Diet). New name, Requests for cancellation .. . ..... .,ovid nut h> irai'tcj. byr Highway 775 At Cverbroei
or l f written Jpfcnftw.
a opr ivy'
frontage on Forked Creek. TAX COMPUTATION, AUDITING same formula. Only 98 cents. 1 Boi 735, Enqlewood
It. rvAim. THOMAS a
b of I!
commercial or adjuitmant > vmn
Zoned nr.
Excellent waterfront homesite use. CI-A. Help WantedMAN part-time bookkeeping; Dick It Meadows Pharmacy. e c au. e BOYU-TON AI......... Iw .....11........ 474.1720WATERFRONT
Realtors be for
error mutt made IKJKA D M'W.
/ F NrWTON Mill
on Forked Creek Drive. Easy Byron Markle Ruth May reasonable rates. Fine references 11 FT. FRIGIDA1RE Modern, Thursday Gondolier BEFORE TON .t P O Bm IITI, $$-vA. t.I....
cesi to new Intracoastal waterway 488-4706 FOR UPHOLSTERYwork. Venice and Northern; Id.. .ltd hr tilt,. lh. orliin.l. thtmfi
Less than $40 per front 4881833. Experienced. Phone 15 years with one firm. Phone Clean Coral. $75. Phone 488- 5 pjn on Monday. For Mon ... i tin Clwk or ..,. Court. on ....t boro. .-
6290. tile 10th tn ol t. b-So
'fOt Phone 488-5437. VENICE GARDENS. :3 bed. 488-6550. Norman t88. 80. Preferably' day Gondolier BEFORE S ", ....1.. S TVrr. m.> .b. .nt...... !
orsnoons. EMBA MINK long shawl) p.m. on Th uN ADJOINING LOTS In Nokc- rooms, 2 baths, air condition. COUPLE to cook, serve shop, WITNRSS: m, hnd l and ...1 ofmrl ..Id I
|j lar. Reasonable. Ph. C01.// ,. ,,, LARGE LOT
ed. No brokers. Can be seen live PHONE r. at .....01. C.... FlnrWa U
nil East. One fronts on Rtenna Private home. For and Adding III! d.r ,.f J.....'... A I) 1M4
\ St.. the other on River by appointment. Call 4886719week February and March. Refer. Machines (mechanically operated SOFA BED, 2 matching overstuffed W. A. WYNNe 133 ft. X 360 ft.
JBhd Zoned for trailers or days 488-1770 Sat. and ences. Call Venice 488-6197. ) Chemically cleaned swinging rocking 488-3125 Clrrk of. .t*. Cirrtill. 'lon SEAWALL
,: B H K Hum1putr
itaiiei. Phone 488-1564 Sunday. "ike new. Just $12 50 plus partsif chair All In good condition. (;I..k. BOAT BASIN
CORRESPONDENT to repre- required. All make. Venice $300 value for $95. Phone 488 EVANS, THOMAS HOYLTONsit.
OWNER Gulf Shores No. BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool sent Dun & Bradatreet, Inc. Itationer, 211 W. Venice Ave. n.,, I.e nB''j I Located Lyons Bay
home. 2 bedrooms 4454. When candy mixture has OW;: 101 Palnor Bmldtav4a > ,
den Flor- In the Venice a
I, Lot S4. 92,00000. J. H. Buk area on a part .. Luella Lane
vic' 120 S. Pine, Sebring. Fla., Ida room. 21x31 screened patio. time basia. Applicant should Dressmaking alteration, dra. TWO CHESTS 36", love Beat, reached the soft ball stage, a PublUhl' Jai. 15. '0. F.*. '. l la. >M>I
furnished if desired. Good ftninclnf. little of it dropped Into very
have of
EV 5-0977. general knowledge perlp*. eta. reasonable 488-1130 bed with cover, cocktail tables applyTAYLOR'S
2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood business in this locality. Applyby I Like new. Call after 5 p. cold water will form a soft IN THPJ POTTTrY" 11'0111111: TOI'RT
L0T742OJNIT, 13 Venice Gardeni Grove City. letter stating briefly work m. 488-3335 ball that flattens on removal IN AND nOKIDA KOR HAHA'OTA IN I'KOBATB roi'MTV/ FOOD STORE
$1.800 net. Owner. 300 and educational from the water.
experience IN Rf )"TATB; OK'UZAHKTH
JNE. 11th St., Boca Raton. UI.CLE JOHN NELSON has a background to R. W Andrew, SHEPARD AIR CONDITIONER suitable : !: M. SMITH Albee Rd. Notomis
nearly new :2 bedroom house. A K A LIMBIB M SMITH nm >
Phone 395 3764. P. O flow 271. Tampa I. Fla. office or living room giving P""' ... K,h No *2TKOTICT
Can handle on small down pay. LUMBER CO. medium coolness Job PrintingAll > TO ('PRFIIITOI:
eve, I rllomi fir KF*. I,cmtitn ment. Phone 488-2307. strong or ro AIL cRtniTimn: AND H.RSON ------ --
VEIKK fUNFM! MITES Female Help Wanted 1003 N. Washington Blvd. Good condition; removed only HAVINO CLAIMS OR DFJU-NDS I NEW FORDS '
. OW .EII. LOU JACOBS ....nlt Sarasota because changing to central types of business and ,

ELK INLET Seawalled GOLDEN BEACH near qulf SECRETARY with typing and can conditioning. Sell any reason personal stationery cards pisards Falcon, Fairlanet Galaxies. :
prir- dictation ability Filing experience. able offer due winter season tickets, programs, etc., SITE
Truck i
Two bedrooms
it* boat basins. E L. Kilton, two batht. Must be neat and 488-3860. can be printed for you quickly, I
. Biyshore Drive. Nokomii. 30 foot Florid. room have attractive personality.Phone properly and for a fair price REALISTICLY PRICED I 2 Year Warranty

RIVER LOT Venice. Good for en I III I ft. corner lot 488.1949.WAITRESSES. ROOf TRUSSES: MINEOLA TANGELOS Freah by your Florida hometown 5.23 acre Can b. used at 5 $35.00 DOWN

vacation cottage. Sacrifice Atom Windowt & Doort. picked, $4.00 per bushel de newspaper. Equipped for both individual homesitet if desire 136 months to No credit
Full or part letterpress and offset drilling,
it H.500. Call 824-5484 Sera- Contract Roofing & Painting livered. Small or off.color fruit ed. Full price $6,537.50. I stock
in to
Mil, time. Apply in person. Venice for Juice.$2.75 per bushel delivered. stapling, padding, etc. Lei as TERMS AVAILABLEH. I problems. 100 '
Phone' 488-2132
next from. See call
Yacht Club. Both cheaper if quote you on your Job. choose or

SOUTH VENICE: 2 prime Wanted To Buy call for Phone 483-G481 you P. HORN I! LES ARQUETTE I II
tommies Situation Wanted THE VENICE GONDOLIER. REALTOR I
near beach. Low.
"I prices. Box 800, Rt. 1, WANTED 2 Bedroom house: I Auto For Sale 2 RECONDITIONED RCA 11S-1Z4 E. Malml Are., PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIME I BILL PHILLIPS FORDi'hon.4f86787Yenke.FI..1:

lomta Sprint H"la with large lot. In county. BARTENDER 15 years ex.perl.nce. VICTOR COLOR TV SETS Phone 188-31ZJ I U.S. 41 and Albee Rd. [I I ,
Sea 1960 FIAT 8 ---- --
Cash waiting.. Box 746, A. A., References passenger $200 each. -
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Lots Wanted Gondolier. sonal position. Phone 488-3657. pie. $200. phone 488- MulU'1 ACTION TV, INC. ---

So Trail So. Venice THE
5""ro2 20 ACRES wanted with Rentals

Mme frontage on Trail. State ,

Gondnlirr'Oration price. Box 746 D,D., DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS, 2 FOR SALE AS IS Real Estate

; baths complete, by season or \
year. 100 The Esplanade, 488- NVENIERDENEW

Houses For Sale 5698. BY BUILDER SALE f

VENICE EAST NEW CO-OP Apartment. 2 Bedroom, 2 bath, .ir-conditioned t t CornerYOUR

Price $17.500.00 Near beach. Swimming pool, cement block home 59 Plymouth $298H.
boat dock. Feb. and March.Ph. .
Central Top Cpe.--0407
heat and air condiuon- 488-5980. EASY TERMSI NO CLOSING COSTS! GUIDE TO BETTER HOME
tnt 2 $198
; bedrooms with adjoining 58 Plymouth
living, dining and Flor- BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED 4 Dr.-781 I

dl r room,. Finished utility, :3 bedroom, 2 bath home. $79 per month Ph. 488,6653 '58 Plymouth $148 .,
mplete kitchen and outside Near gulf and shopping. City

"wage opening to carport. All water and central heat. Season, ---- 2 Dr.-852R NOTICE!
n nis large and expensively $400 per month. Call 4884344. 57 Dodae $128 $7,995LAUREL

wcorated.. Large fully Improvf WOLFER MOTORS Inc. 850 FLORIDA HOME LOT SEEKERS.We .
nicely( landscaped lot ovecing ONE BEDROOM apartment RAMBLER DODGE Wagon- have e good! selection of
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wide boulevard and Nokomis Beach. Month. 57 Buick $198 2 Bedroom I Bath
near 488-3965-488-6150 the best home and lot ..I.
T mimi Trail
Golf )IS S. .
Half Interest 488-5127. Masonry
In Phone
ly or season. Waqon-738 available. To
eOr, well for watering. SPECIALIST IN. Financing AvailableH. ass save you
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor SLEEPING ROOMS. Meala op S Beau RepaIr I Lubricate Chaiiii 57 Chevrolet $298 time and money why not call

451 amrock Ph. 48874 tional. Call 488-3517. or 474- Front End Alignment I Oil Change W.qon-817D I N. WIMMERS today. We may have In our

2636. Headlights Beam $298 REALTOR listings ) what yo ere
BY OWNER Front End Overhaul I Adjust 57 Plymouth Just

3: year old quality built home I SLEEPING ROOMS. Outside Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair 4 Dr.-4l5 221 W. Miami) Ave. looking
$ ,WO under cost. J BR. 1 entrance Also furnished S Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard '56 Ford $118 488-5308 H. P. HORN

8. l-car garage, large acrecn- I apartment. 4883912.:! Radio Repair Tranimiition Repair
@d'in 4 Dr.-405D REALTOR
heat ONE: BEDROOM efficiency. $198
'Conditioned 56 ANYTIMEU.S.
; large 251 Nassau Initiation\ PHONE 488-3785
< Seasonal or yearly. Aireontitioning Repair and
P7 Laurel. lot.Ave., Venice St., So. Waqon-423D MODEL HOUSE I 41' and Albee Rd.

FoR SALE aajB SMaw3a MB Mt i i -------- 55 Cadillac $198 In East Venice l _ _p
Beautiful new, 4 Dr.-7t4

"luxurious per 2 bedroom home. TIlE '55 Metro $188 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths City Water
month. No cash needed. Paved Street
Wty pay rent? Byron M. Mar. SEE! "COMPACT"r1. Cpe.-4 I 40 Carport Formica &Kitchen Utility Centrally-ducted Gal Heat GAS STATIONFOR

Realtor. Phone 488-t7De. ''54 Lincoln $58H. Screened Porch Prepaired for Air.

SALE BY OWNER Well-kept -, Top Cpe.-825 Corner Lot 85 i ISO conditioning SALE

Lovely horne, edroom, 2 bat"landscaping. *. ''53 Buick $38 *

dll\ance\ Walking ', \:'' "" ."'J .;''iC:) "I'o ',\'..\" 4 Dr.-413D 1 COAST DEVELOPMENT Choice Location
to b'ch and poetof- 'n "c." "Jf'J ''A!,".'to GULF
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hlnk $98H.
from beach. 1 end Z 53 Pontiac
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partly Top
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BUY'A LOVELY!: NEW HOME. -h-- ;;r 4 Dr.-4I2D
r/a', totj j it -F-v jIv L- -
like rent. F. C. := Chevrolet $148

Phna iian eveninga Building Construction.488-11863 or n- 53 4 Dr.-4l7 H'. N. Wlmm, rs Realtor f

"rite P. O. BOJr 34. Venice. .. '47 Dodae $98 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent Budget Homes

wtttRFRONT: No It 0 mis -cz..L; 4 Dr.-422D for Wetter Union Telegraph
Acres And Lots
d lid:. 2 bedrooms' :* baths TRUCKS Monday thru Friday f te Si; Saturday te I

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2 BEDROOM> BUILT BYGULF 52 GMC CLOSED eL.CI. 55 51.555 .11t D...

rhael Central, Modem house on COAST DEVELOPMENT & BUILDERS INC. 1 JIIJ' Ten L.W.B. Flat-855 HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN S.I..r..., fA.. .. fin.. .'J
heat, air
Iiditloning '50 Ford $88 s.\,\ '11.1'.
Florida room.arranlled. _-s------- -
rtgage 417 ... ,... .... _
; Channel on your lot $7.995 1 JIIJ Ton Picl-Up- 1. 5 11.- v. .h.
ne, Nokomla COMPLETELY FURNISHED BY : -S P5-vd .I.5. l.Isdlas. ..... ..4
i, 488-5062. furnisMngiTotal 1,000 '50( (;M(. 5298' ESTATESEach usm a ..._.
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VENICE FURNITURE CO. $8 995 3/4 Ton Pick-Uo-406 N.... 1 II R., a..... ." elm.
5178 side consists of 2 bedrooms, dining area, tile bath, ".'ral _..I. 1... ..... .......
19 Chevrolet- light airy kitchen with Formica counter and cabinets, .It....

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1550 and commode, Frigidaire automatic wisher end dryer, CHIPS JOHNSON

In.'' Terrauo Floors built-in range and oven new Moan fiituret wnuER: Chrysler Air-Temp central heat and air conditioner for each REALTOR r.

throughout Ample closets Carport Store room. apartment, water softener and chlorinator, double concrete

New drive and carport, large, beautifully groomed lot. Com 306 West Venice Ave. I I

6 Directly Behind MOTORS. 'INC. appreciated.pletely furnished ONLY In $29,950.FRANK excellent. t.stl. Must be teen to be Phone 481-2279


SEE 2 MILES SOUTH OF VENICE ON U.S. 41 915 S. T miaml" Trail REALTOR 625 So. Ttmtaml Trail

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'AWARY' 73 14


'ONDINE'- --- SCRATCH WINNER Third Baseball 'Rams Conquer

Sloop 'Conquistador' Captures Fleet HonorsIn Clinic Session Kaydets, 58-49 II

Venice Classic Slated SaturdayThe I fourth- quarter was Burr Prewitt scored 24 polnti
SORC's St. Petersburg the A difference poor here Thursday to I for romped the to KMI a 89-47'jayvees win over M they the

session of the KMI lost 58-49
second night as *
__ "B" team
''' I leader
The 40-foot loop C"onqtll- [did' not finish Her deck was fleet and first in Class C ;I The race from St Petersburg ear. tne recent 71-mile mwnuto Venice Baseball Venice Clinic High was White Sands Conference I KMI will meet Sarasota tomorrow
Conquistadorwas Riverview
of the Cat Cay event. staged at the
owned Fuller I E (' damaged: shortly after the start The course was extended this wan the second season night, there, in a con
dor bv SORC Saturday
third. Under the baseball field lad It was their ,
the SORC I tho Kaydets
for For
ta'i she withdrawn immediately -I 42 miles hen a south iI
i and can year clash
III of San Fran wo eitherof than 30 ference
way Doubloon, last year'sSORC ward run from Venice to BocaGrande I Ondine Won The First rules yachts may use morning and better fifth straight defeat and left
sailing with a crew of P d< champ was fifth in the and return was added i Ondine took the first of the the two races for the first ofa candidates turned out for ad. them with a 1.3 mark in the

Coasters captured both ..._,,. ... ... series of points to be built up vanred instruction in fieldingand conference The Rams are now 1111I11I1
Class B honors in the annual ." ,,-, .
and ,
q P" additional races to baserunningChief and the win
'''', '' > ( : during 5-0 in league play
Venice 1r: ) : \IW-
: '
to ;
) St. Petersburg o .' the season s champion. Instructor George Zu was their ninth straight WATCHFOR
Southern Ocean Racing Conference "II' d-. .- '. b This will put Conquistador and raw. who la a scout for the ahead 1312
,: Riverview was
race last weekend i '. k third
? to the
Ondine even going Pittsburgh Pirate. was very and 30-27 at
First to crow the finish line race of the current season pleased with the results of the after one quarter outscored the 1
+ 'just outside the jetties after the hostto indicatedthat the half.
',' Venice Yacht Club was first two sessions. He
third period
105-mile() event was S. A Long Rams. 12-8 in the ,
the skippers and crews at far the clinic has been
Ondine a 57-foot vawl out of :\r ', : weekend and led 39.38 as the fourth New
the end of last race. a complete success six
Y but she had stanza got underway With 6
Larchmont N. who
The offical resultsII : "We have lot of boys
the Kaydets enJoyed -
+ to settle for third in the fleet l minutes left
since she was sailing scratch ,-.. \ nM nu.... r..fad "- are very basic interested fundamentals in learningthe Someof a brief three-point mar 1 Homes
10:41. 15,45 67 111 .
I. fanptutadne
Seventeen sleek craft left the : ,. HII gin, 45 52,
".11 IS Mil
. L these youngsters are going
municipal pier at St Petersburg ': ::: ... 0.11. M:n.m N,w.w AI In just a Press Pays Off __
be fine players
Saturday morning at 10 ;: I. .Vltltto.' M:It.M 10:11 07 AII to The Rams then took a time =
\ : .; DoublcM mat, IS M II II <'' few years" stated Zuraw
a m. under ideal sailing conditions ''1 ; \ \ -., I. ....." It:"M M:W 01 Ct This Saturday session will out and when play resumedthe i
but just after reaching: I RwuiUi It'04.II 11.110. AI visitors put on a full court
the winds died i'I ., DII l ,rm> tt,4*.M II .IT 14 r* be taken up by a hitting drill that halted the Kaydets
Egmont Key I Jtm.1 moo a7 11,11 4t A4in and another game will con press ty
and the entire feet anchoredto i '"f...... II,IT tl It,M.M HIII workout. Drills will and turned their mistakes into -
prevent being driven back Ar.M.. M,1H1I nt:tone PIii elude the points for Rivervww.
t:, (> ..oh. 11''sl m n:11" m "I begin at 10 a,m.
toward the starting line I I1. H"rr ...M tl 01 M tl'm ti 14 Zuraw is being assisted by The Hansens Wayne and
First under the Sunshine Sky II. 1'....... 1411.51 l tl,mil CI Jim were high point men for
.' R.bh,, 11 M W II,4.... rIt Courtney Willis Bill Stahl
was Ondine followed the Rams with 21 and 17 points
s way f''.mim t1,.. It N 40 Of Chit Jimmy and Adrian Garrett and
Conquistador. Falcon, Solution a .. IWrf not fl..'". Clay Carroll.Winter Roy Lagenaur out of action for
and Racuna -- the past two weeks with an ankle -
Conquistador. however. wa sprain was tops for KMI
leading the pack at the No 4 Haven 58 with 13. Fred Toncray was
Ebersole Five
buoy off Egmont Key Then right behind with 12
Falcon Soiut ai
eame and Racuna.Ondine Ka>"dels 37 The United States farmer 4 I

Only A Breete Whips Myakka offense gets about 38 cents of each dollar -I rA
KMI sputtering I
When the wind finally returned spent for food h this country
could only muster 22 points in
it was only a breeze bu'
three periods at Winter Haven
yachts were able to get /lh, .
Lanes 97-70 Saturday night and by that
and began arriving in por'
time it was too late as the Blue
8.20 a.m., some 20 hours aro ,0
Devils posted a 58-37 victoryover
minutes after the start either
Failing to control ,
Crossing the finish !1m' at boards. the Myakka Lanes lost the Kaydeta THE
R.47 was Conquistador fn.., ,* to a taller Ebersole Sod five The host five had a big 48-22
ed by Solution at 6 51. Fu'' or <.A/,:HING THEIR BREATH A quintet of run from here to Boca Grande and return. Mondav evening in the Sara lead at the three-quarter mark

at 7.30 and Jamel at ( a n, -.eek rj shown here berthed at Yen Ondine was the ratch winner and Conquistador sola High: 97.70. in City and added 10 additional pointsin
The last to come In was Cla\ I ,'i Y .'. C Jb Sunda) f,,::owing the annual the fleet 1 winner allowing for the handi- Men s Basketball gym League play the final period while KMI '

more at 1 33 p m Onto. one of Southern Ocean Ruing Conference race cap The crews of the 16 participating craft It was the second loss for the tallied 15.
the starters Ciclon owned by I from St Petersburg to Venice. which "was" were entertained by VYC at the end of the Mvakkamen: as against three John Waller was high point AFFORDABLEFORDS
George Thompson of Tampa increased to 105 miles this year by adding a event (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Obendorf) win man for the Kaydets with

Former Sarasota Sailor star Rick Robertson 8-& center .

Jim Strickland, now a budding the big man for Winter 10'1

Venice Fails In Upset Bid Over SHS baseball prospect with the Kan with 16 markers
; sail City Athletics scored :34 I
I points to lead the victors. ;
Teammate Chad Ellett had 27.

Gary Jenkins, hustling back County Junior 5
Defeated In Spirited Battle 7362Venice court star for the Myakkamen

led his quintet in scoring with
19 while Al Uebelhart had 18 5r
Standings r
Junior High School I a 22-19 lead A pair of foul conversions goals to insure the Venice vie- with an easy 31-20 verdict over and George Zuraw scored IS

varsity basketball team copped i! by Morton Chiles and tory. the Brookside jayvees
its fourth straight' County one by Steve Dalton tied it up Chiles Scores 14 I Venice was out in front '6-1 Venice and McIntosh Junior e PAY ONLY

League victory Tuesday after I but Brookiide took over again Chiles was top scorer for the at the end of the opening period McIntosh Defeats High Schools will meet Tuesday f 1,
noon by turning on the heat in on a field goal by Doug Van Lt'l 1 Indians with 14 points, and extended it to 18.7 at at the Riverview Ram 7

the final moments to post a Doren while Dalton was runnerup halftime. In the second half KMI Frosh, 34-24 gym In a crucial Sarasota :
34-2. decision over Brookside at With time running out Chileswas with 11, Van Doren Brookside the U'I 1 Indians had the scoring County Junior High League \
n' the Riverview, High gymnasium fouled and connected on center, was the game's high edge, 1513. The Kaydet Frosh of KMI contest Both are undefeatedafter 'I $39992awae |
both free throws to run the scorer with 15 Chiles is leading Steve Brown and Randy Wil lost their second game In four four games

Leading 1 19-17 at the end of count to 24 24 Les Thompsonhit the varsity scoring parade Us paced the Venice attack starts Tuesday afternoon when I The Standings
the third period, the Lit 1 Indian f av.up for the Lit, 1 Indians with O points in four games with 10 points apiece. Brown undefeated Mclntosh outscored I W L Pct 1.Dt\\ sax::
this quickly to put them out in front for a 11.25 average has now totaled 38 in three them 14-4 in the fourth periodto
saw margin Venice 4 0 1.000
vanish as the host five hit on K-24. with lees than two mm Venice is tied with McIntosh /carries for an average of just post a 34.24 victory I McIntosh 4 0 1.000 t- A MONTH
ides At this for the loop lead. under 13 per KMI kept with the polIshed -
a field, goal and three free remaining point game pace 'KMI' 2 2 5oo I
throws to give the Barracudas i iI Dalton took over and conv..rted In the junior varsity clash Both teams return to action McIntosh five for three Brookside 1 3 2W ii
two free throws before hit. the LI I Indians posted then Tuesday against McIntosh in a low.scoring quarters but faM I
1 3
-I 'ing for three straight field third win in as many starts battle of the undefeated ered in the final. Sarasota 1
Mooney 8 4 .000

Banquet Slated I I .

Li'l! Indian Basketball Teams Rema in Unbeaten Wright-Rule 1I I

Wednesday\ I The Indi rs of Venice High'i straight defeat in White Sands as if they were going to run the a 53-48 margin at the end of L vVGAVinners PAY ONLY j F i

Venice High School's football School air, up wIth one ofthe" Conference action while forth Sailors right off the court. Withsenior the quarter. In the "Matched Play I
team will be honored W dnoi be" rrm., >f th< season I I Sailors it was their usual guard Bob Harrison Venice came back to narrowit Against Par" tournament held f 1

day night during the annual Tuc..dt, ri Ja but m't the re "ory, after four louses leading the attack Venice raced to 56-54 with four minutes to yesterday at Lake Venice Golf
football banquet in the school l leafetorlum. ,jurJ J -d the ball game The h"it Indians went to I to an 18-11 lead at the end play. But here the fast paces Club by the Lake Venice Worn $ 45 .
'I '
,t u 62 I I o oik earl in the contest and of the first period and with and the fine rebounding efforts en s Golf Asm. Dulcie Wright AfbA
Awards will be presented ", F V' aF.1"h 1 I'... n- c'' two o rte'-s looked I than four minutes to play ir 1 of the Indians against their and Charlene Rule tied for 3
and dll.c"nl'I rer Class A laurels with a "1
all-county up
the second it the
quarter was taller opponents t took,. its toll "
players in addition u+ t : : Indians out in front 2716. and the Sailors outscored them to par tso 4-DR SEDAN
A\ Em Rohm arm was
Rawles runnerup
jv At this point, Venice shoot 17-8 during the final stages
Lettermen's Sportsma n a p in the IS-hole division with a
Ing turned sour and the Sailors I The decided A MONTH
Award and the Most Vauab: outcome was at score of "even par In ClassB -
took advantage of the missed I the free throw
Player Award line as Sarasota it was Leila Hermanson in
Coach JIm Powell Will! 3 v shots to haul down the rebounds connected on 21 of 25 attempts, first place, "even par;' and S.
u introduce the co-captains for and turn them intc I while the Indians were only Duke second "I down to par,"

the 1964 team scores Sarasota racked u p I converting 14 of 31. In 9-hole play, Frankye Powell .

The program will not me:ude seven straight points to nar, Ken Rmgo. getting his first captured Class A honors
row the gap to 27-23 before Jin I start for Venice led his team with "2 up to par," white Bob
a guest speaker
kora. hit on free throw t o I by Caldwell was "1
a runnerup,
T .kets for persons not ipaeificalh with 17 points Harrison hit for
invited are $2YOURI i give the Indiana their 280 I 12. Brice Byrd and Jim Sikora down to par
point Class B laurels went to Irene
Yta3 had 11 apiece, Sam Morgan
-.r: y The Sailors held Venice e I came up with nine and Tomthe Bryant with "1 up to par." In
I scoreless the remainder of I Landgraf had two. second place were Lucy Jour. PAY ONLY
quarter while they hit on si>t Jeff HIpson led the Sailors neay and Ruth Evers "even." { 1

of eight foul shots to go out ir I with 20.The Barbara Hackett won in

!: CAR fret 29-28, Junior varsity game wentto while Class Betty.O'Shaughne.sy C with an "even" score and

; I v Indians Come Back Sarasota, 5937. Jack Wright Anna Yarger tied for aecond 49"A

-by- Coach Dick Brown orderedthe I and Jerry Hawks were top with "2 down to par."
Indiana to use a full.coun I scorers for Venice with 13 and Dulcie' Wright and Charlene "a'

B.1I Phillips press at the opening of thi.e 10 points, respectively Rule each scored a 92 to take

third period and it paid off ai I Venice travels to Fort My honors in the low gross department -

More than 7jfl:; .004 new cars .e they once again regained th e! ers tomorrow night to meet A
sold in the U S, last year were lead at 3631 and 3933 befon! the Greenies in a non-confer- Next Wednesday the event MONTH

equipped with air conditioners, the Sailors got hot and sped t 0>> once tilt, will be a low putt tourney

In 1961 it was only 430,000. I Y I ...-uAI__ __...... yyNOTICE
Raising hemlines on women s
skirts contribute to safety

Why' Headlights pick up worn I 'rf'i

.t en's bare legs or stockings and
i ;I, reflect light making them I

easier to see along a dark roador I ..
a streetDefinition.

speed: Driving of 1 like safe you driving were I a PAY ONLY
on the way to your own dental i f l,

appointment I I ., "
By the end of 12 there were

92 million drivers in this coun' order to completely service your I $3964AMONTH
try up by 3.5 per cent over KENNY RINGO GOT HIS FIRST STARTING assignment

previous year California has Tuesday night when Venice met Sarasota and did an outstanding needs In body work and ,
the most with 9 7 million followed I. }I job both in scoring and rebounding Here he gets off a upholstering

by New York with 7.9. jump shot In second half action of the White Sands Conference .
Pennsylvania with 51 1 and III game won by the Sailors 7362. Sarasota players Identifiable

riots Michigan and Texas with I are Larry Pritchard (15)) and Eddie Morton ((14)). Ringo BOND USED AUTO PARTS -
4 million each.Looking scored 17 points during the game tops for Venice and second
for a good used car? high for both teams.

We have all kinds here at BILL (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) 300 Seaboard Ave Venice 488-4550
We take in good used cars on

trades inspect them, service! MYAKKA LANES .r HAS PURCHASED

them and repair them. Then S. Tamiami Trail Vanity + e Bu' PHILLIPS FORD
we offer them for sale on our

used car lot. If you want a "Your Complete/ Entertainment Cenrer Venice Motors Garage &

good-buy. fine-condition used. lint MI'me IV I.OLNIK Upholstering
car see BILL PHILLIPS F'.-B.t..H.. -a ,... "II a.... U. S. 41
FORD "Where we need, want a KNACK BAR 229 GROVE ST. PHONE 488-1759 VENICE 488-6787 !>
and appreciate business Bwr,HI D.UCI.M I I'M*
Come in today 1a: WrEKLT LiQLOl SPECIAL* VENICE
I* Mr Pxhw awn FLORIDA
Beware of red tall lights on a a ness MOWLINOnil
I dark road Be sure the rig Is t .... HMtUI M WW. Snmm .
I moving at a safe speed -r II M. Pin Pe Q..I fMInttrveltom.
off see the roadway Slow down to AFFORDABLE FORnTHURSDAY (


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: flP Rams Defeat KMI Freshmen Nip Brooks.de, 35.31 .

tie KMI's Frosh outscored the Kaydets to maintain his

r Venice 61-45 Ctooksidc. 16-10, in the final tot'rid pace. Twelve of his total
X r
a ", ; h p.'nod to eke out a 35-34 win came in the fourth quarter

II ( ; N Friday In a Sarasota County when KMI rallied from a 24-19 I

Junior High; School league; con- deficit I
-- .. In \WSC/ Contest
.=:; 'w_ t<.rt. For KMI it was their second

Bruce Brantley tallied 25 for victory in three starts.

Myakka I. Lanes Early Wynn Lanes Rivervlew High School's

: ,I h' .n Nilhl. t.o PIY' I: a B ,..... 1'_. Rama, undefeated In White
1''I r ",nllny, 81)0 ..m..hw W.Ih.n. 221 .nd X01, 11111 Van StneMrn. Sands Conference action, had
? thud I ,U In th.I '. Hoo..
> .
hi Cull. bhk ,
: I ;; .troght 1 .... 214.od 602 Th. their hands full against Venice
: ;" alto I"1" IHtokh. loll and toll '
Anchor oil 31..!, Th. U.rkhmt.T'eijiL, Friday night for nearly three .4ON
, \h. blah.t and Eur Was Ueanera quarters but used fr :
,lit "? .Y iv.mBuModi superior 1
kK..w.t M
, b"" I ",, lI1, ,, ,.kk 800. Lonw 8. 1aml.ml TraiL .Uh''"a"..1'"'* a "."rlaa -- F... height and a strong bench to P
.. ''
,. .
or lOO f Flttt ..
'" hot pIW the
overcome 61-45
:: lh Indians.
;; :: ,0.1,. :. Fnd Nelru.I ', 147 191 and 30. Show Ina. 181. n'w Ano. ELaf IOA's UND
1110 la81. Slandlno" Show In.. Venice bidding for its first NISTORICpASPARIU.
; ;, ;; ''''''' '' Kimiewoo,.! B.
tMI put _h. but nk 11..1, and Mel Wood conference victory and out to +
1,1' Ix'.I, < durt. tho t0.t Som..8.. 1 AN TH>M GULF [XI
lrkmh NY break
L1 I I I bo.... Sooty W n.... a seven-game losing
ys'g" ia OJIO' >nn Luck* Bur.
:: w; yarlNra din. a"l. ua end IU fur JoT, Herman streak, trailed 15-13 at the end a
Duke ill ud aUII; Bill Van Ho... 81U of the opening quarter and 31-
t.: ralitaff: Earlr Blrda{ Hnry Mood Inwr. 1JW
I.IO Baibar. Smith. 23 at the half. The Indians narrowed
... jar a-o 4l t WIII.Du-lnn 1041: Colts 0'.o.. powdvr r _
it to 31-27 in the 4'
'm''' M.n lnPI Pun Oil. Puff -uty Solon W4 ; Jo Stool Will. 1 r
'I,' ,, Al itonta. 1U'-1:; S" Uu-lnn. all .nd 626.; WIII-Du-ln 699 : moments of the third period
? ,;i Kdwarda Awnlnna. 10-a. Wwh &...1 Laundry 1..4. Bt.ndlnni only to see the Rama stretch
XIUwY, 'li.mr.nr. ; "I'\\". Rockvlll.:: WIII-DU-Inn 41-HI Poorfn- Puff II..." _
n so' Co.tomlln Salon IH.28 .nd DouUi.ru, Spring a the margin to 43.31 at the end
H.d. PliimMni, Wit. SUunpln 16tS.itk of the quarter on the strength

,iNlwo.!, 461 W.llr Milll.\: Curnui B. ... 106voter J10-!1al t Florid. Cnulnictlon Ed o>. i of eight straight free throws t
If n ..In. t'07. Illll tjrhuber UaMl Inc. Kwltor. IUD; and two field goals.
;1'-0 ( : ,, Wiit.ina, Blilchi Shin., 188 .nd r
,.5 SS4the4T,0.7ud47.10,., Uowtor. of th. 491 ; Bob 8t.phna..n, CaPO U... War. The Indians scored four field 1 '

: suns wklto' and Arthur BwkHI. Worst. U3. Ilandlnp. BII..h' Shuw goals but only had one shot M1 t
: .
Marp : Skunk 40.14 Kttbomd & .nd Lan 40. d
h Mw OJ 17 .nd .. from the free-throw line during i'
Cow Wat Wo.ko ,
r (1..27
'" ,.. .'11...., IM f Hot Oo.. 8lm..lm. H...I...' Trio Horn... the third stanza. I

"hn d 'Mrh.n Domln. Norwood Hoofing, IRI .nd 68S In the fourth it River. 0.844h
n.nd.r: y:jhIK.M Mel Wood II....... 44H uid 1 l84. SUnilInnt -
'. T. Anfenoa 224- Mil Wood byilotna '.12. Norwood view on top by an 18-13 mar- ,
",, :I' n:t Co, J75-8H70. S|8Kb.>:IIUP. 5 "n. 10.11.'tIo.. TV..-.5 and gin. Mike Fetzek and Wayne 1 A
!Mourn TV t-40.
IJ nMd.oolhttl, 4.7-10 Hansen were top scorers for (
I Ed. V.i> Ond.1. InnraM. _
11. week. Barium YaruMAm the Rams with 15 and 11 points
gundlnnl' Kur.1. 0 4 U Metal 148 and 6S1 ,
IN 4HMI' : i M.hka fcntoc- Wwka Ma hln. Shop loll! 0 4 O M... Sam Morgan and Jim Sikora

;. :J'' FUnw Electric, lU, Wtrti loot HUnitlnca M..hln. Shop, GaG 44-11 Mrt.1.and Claw 47U. both sophomores, set the pace

niKi .Ubrf tVrt N....... NJo Apia 4(1111( ,. for Venice with 13 and 11
(ll5l.0.r,,, 1 ''.. '1', B .._ and 17 ud 6M, .P. r
hltrb Kufri.ni 811 .nd (275Maalm : 1 -
.. Junior varsity r
>'n, "h..d. loa and 118. OIL 8l.nrtini.. 8qu.r4..
e,, ill .nil !00, tul Jim Rufri.ni ,.., M....... 74 and Impa .-<. whipped Venice 41-30 in a low- VENICE SHUFFLEBOARD WINNERS who took the runnerup spot and Vincent Jacobs I y n d
\ Mf'(;'.,.. Ul Ha.YI RniUwml.VMM| M... Amell. scoring contest that saw the Representatives of the Venire ShuffleboardClub and John L Sullivan consolation winner
I...., HI'01000 and Muck M.x-kmBblrdi, let .nd 4..., Jack Indian "B" learners behind 12-2 made a fine showing in the Louis Con. Two of the eight trophies awarded in I -

I .th. w0.h.Wnt Dhrpberd Auto Ber.mfe and. Bullock.t.-.. 601 ;Mlutbtrd.Illrdli.. .1198 144 Bunding.and 6711! Hlu Bird-*. at the end of the first quarter.The radix tourney in Sarasota by taking a second the three-day tourney were captured by the :

1'harm.rv, II-2S loa 2410. lu"l.cIo 241..II yq and U. win gave the Rams a place and consolation honors in a field of 93 Venice trim a ,
', I".n"'.. and !-' Ouutoor. W- .....b.blen 11.16. 4-0 mark in the conference and teams. From left. Ken Nellson and Dick Fox (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
:...........F.W.n Mll' <4 Judy os4
4001.lm0 1,10 8.1.5.r. III ; 1eu. Emburr. Willow 8-4 overall. The Indians are (0.4In ) 00V
0.411 An. K. $0.00, Loot Court, HT and
5. J......", II". HoolnI 47t| ('h..1too Her, Willow Ln Court the league and 1-8 in all Other point makers for theLl'I
: .... SlmoMon Split. eonJonc. lI.t: Kirk KuykmHaU .Lnilrwood" .Uun.drr games played.Kaydets.
; I IM VJHS Basketball TeamsContinueWinning Indian junior varsity were
Dairy Mart til Willow Lune. I 1
,,..." S ?IxwlM BlmonaiMi. 1p."lIn., 4710Wmmert c..... 4M. sundlrxai, 1'Jn.,lewood. $.. Willis 2; Gurda, 2, and Kula-
Inn 4 U..n .21. Pet'. 'laxarn 42W kowskl 1.
He l K uu and ,
55 5.j0.5'5' W.t'> Auto Ber- .nd Ora.. City 81. WJ2. Drop ._. _--
", A, n. K ItoMiUr Shop t-i. Bill PhIlU,. Ford M..... Pat Car- -."
,an S '.ll. Mad. 1'......, 17*. air., Oil.... Adklna booty Shop, I72t! Non-League Tilt ;. ,.. : .I Florida...
I and .I... Pirelli in!, Ror.l orwland, HeaKrn Auto, ill' ;, Ways
l'w-N-1-e.r, 11)24;; Jamo Whl ...k.r, "..... FiirnMur 211
I Horn, SKI4 Ho..... ol and 141, HclM Pod land 0 Sun. By 68-57 ScoreThe ; at its most beautiful
." (ap.and Nmttrr Pon> Ill, Standlnnt (timni Sal' 1..11.. 1
Hendrirkl ("ontlriKtion Hebrra Sinclair Ut1H.< B.'ll.rdi T..- Kaydets of KMI dropped
i i, i-ft Grant. Women, KK 4l4 .nd land '0 B". 4H-II4. The varsity and junior varsity the Jayvees it was a hard- natural best
t u
,. I""...... Coon BoHth Early Wy.. &.!.. J. M.... Pow. their third straight game here I teams from Venice Junior fought 27-20 decision over st.Martha's. .
'. "lion, Kiwinto ..d forHn en Ill ud Old I Lind. Pond "IIon.; Friday night when Fort Myers High School continued unde. MOVriiNG.
.. '-4. nle Hrtta 410 ;
came from behind to 68-
.. post a feated after action in Forward Richard Blizzardand
.......' Nnreirr TAb Norman Early Wy Juni.ra Lind. H.rHa Friday ,
I A ", 0211| Cloy Cooiwr, ISO .nd 1441: Jud Curwuud IDS ud 4 SOVenk. 57 win in a non-conference tilt. the Sarasota County Junior center Morton Chiles hit imagine) Florida before resorts...before tourist) and
r '. 601 Vtnetlin U... Flemintary 1.1,. Trady. Paced by center Marty MeCowan's High league by posting wins for 10 points apiece to lead the I crowded beaches. lush, beautiful lazy,warm! and
'.l Hiiwler of the ..... Hob 124.222; Jeff roorkoKT It) end HI!. i but
,, ""I"! ":.,. Hoodt Dairy 1-4, Enubwwt.! F.lr..Ia.E.._ P>yM 12 points KMI was over Cardinal Mooney and St. i VJHS team to victory. All 12 quiet It's still very much that way at Cape Haze,
,''iic W, S-1 Venice Meat Center, 108 Kodnry harper 10L out in front 28-28 at the Intermission Martha's respectively. members of the team saw actIon with modern touches to add to your enjoyment Ex-
IA Bay n.n. Tavld Rutto But the second half > : elusive not expensive this lovely community has
,,.U.en Cart. Judv Celll, 100 ; 71 and ISO,, (heryl. Smith lilt and w-or the Li'l l Indian varsity it and others scoring were: Is moving into i new community, ,yet and
? .Norwood. Rooftni, IOU 1 I" was all the Greemes as they a 53-10 romp over the I Rezek 6; Walker, 6; Dalton let ut know too A dirndlf nil tr a private Gulf Beach large swimming pool
., ............... Gun Club for skeet and
| I." W fnllt poured in 42 points while hold Cougar ninth graders, and for i 4; Gibson, 4; Young 3; Glea- J the Welcome Wagon Hosteu wIthI cabana clubhouse, private
I.' Henrietta Hrookhnin WHERE TIIERP/S SPRAY iI and shrubbed roads'and central
r.. ing the Kaydets to 29. her basket of itti ind helplul trap shooting, paved
hnnon. t-n-IDi HarrieU. -I son 3; McDonald 3, Graff 2; (
tor. OoroUir Thompson, ..,.. BIO PINE KEY, Fla. (AP) I Fred Toncray was runnerupin and Thompson 2. inlorniition, will, make the new- water system. A paradise for bathers boaters' and
'.) Ker. .-..10. Bowler ttt the -Fire fighters here are asking I scoring for KMI with 13 com r. feel quickly at home. Join, sportsmen. .Just 6 miles from Boca Grande's fine
,4 I I* '' ,", T r. t'" 5........ N.....,. 49't9P a points.. Also in double figures 20-2 at the end of the first traditional toirlt of hospitality. tarpon for home in
'' s Baton. 44-21 i .U..burr look before reporting a blaze. I with 11 was John Waller High half Isolation.. .the perfect locale your
period and 31-4 at the '
Just 41s their name and address residential sites from $3500.
The engines have been called Florida.Two-thirds acre
scorer the night was Fort
.. ... Forward Steve Brown son of
"' HooIl.q"I./ JorMt I
"I''-,1 M. NVI.v, IIlS Kw0. out twice recently by citizens Myers' Bill Radcliff with 21 The Road For Two Dick Brown VJHS athletic di- :
.J llowlera 01 the week I IJar who saw what they I Burr Prewitt kept up his tor. rector and VHS head basketball IsW'ckoh \
rtt and H.nh Maraulrr OtteI0. smoke. It turnedout
.".er too Huih M....'.... d,<- thought was rid scoring pace for the KMI coach scored 22 points in d 'gonPhan.
l I.. Kk, too-tol.' ; Paul Blake. to be billows of Insecticide jayvees by pouring in 29! points Basketball GamesVenice the jayvee win.. CAPE HAn CORPORATION
{f." I Mow",," 104 ; AI 8ten.trom from a truck spraying for his team copped an .
20' r .,""I> and Uoyd Twin, as over St. Martha's used a full-court :: 4881771AiMrna. Q 0.r. P. o. Bus /9t Placida Flo.lda
,' .. mosquitoes. time 65-60 decision over the '
in WhY .I."h.nl"1. press from the beginning and ""b
o Hu K? Acenrr and American Fort Myers "B" squad It was will meet Fort Myers during the first quarter it paid -';,:M'"N7wc'M711S11; l i : ana Imo iii.
INk,. .. Bararlaa Nave.Oet.ld Duke 1-4., Z(0. 57-57 at the end of the regulation and KMI will meet Sarasota off as Venice mistakes gave U.. lea 4..p04 t 104 w MOW B.'a' IkN. I ,,, 0.6 0.w.0.da.t.. 77. er n volt G0. N.G...
playing time. Gerry Yelser tomorrow night both local .. I NMhlwd w 116 AwN ll,
SmK Uefeat 'oo-t ll. Jail II as the visitors a 7-3 lead at the
.1. ", 50 161 nm. 0.ond I was second high for KMI with teams are out of town. The end of the opening quarter. Ntr. I i NN NM ea 61.0 Reed 0.lM.rd.cY,

>....pi' t*(.era from Id Onke.the ARC 101 and Other.!< LTL 19 points. Venice-Fort Myers game will Center Jim Kulakowski's rebounding I n.Ae:w 50.0777. M+'t oh

,5. ,I'. '3. Z'f and 017 Vie iii: be non-conference while the improved floor play UtQ, I .
i Fart .
F.d. 220. R. < :< White '
.0'001. orald D"... and KYt. PINE: GROVE MEETING : Kaydet-Sailor clash is a by Randy Willis, Mike Young Pino .dm tho W.lcom. WiMrj I
... ENGLEWOOD A meetingof Sands Conference affair and Pete Gurda and the shootIng 8..,... oN" Y ...
I .uM lik.I,, Mbmibe;" to lito I
nriien, HII\ WalmiVr. tlV the Pine Cove Assn. was The Indiana dropped a 56- of Brown led to a 9.9 tie

'" ,'., 1, ',.10'4. .Bplttler Don. ,Bplttler XOI-S2D. tl Hill held recently in the Englewood 53 heart-breaker to the Green. at the half and a 16-16 deadlock 0 I ilraiil> HbMtib.. ," .la MM I

> 'S'IX.k Eilklna. OIlt, Hon Savings! & Loan Community tea in an earlier meeting while at the end of three quarters FII,, Ml aoHDM and .Ml.. to Cwahfloa I

., yFOtlor< mill", Stamliniral Ilrr Wall 5.112.FSII Coo.I" .. fa Room at which officers were KMI will be playing Sarasotafor In the final period, Veniceout 01 D.\II.\ I

Onetrurtlon. '-1;, Stall elected to serve during 1964. the first time this season. scored St Martha's 11-4 _all ______ J
I.. and V ',,n., l.umboe Co.. 414 Ann Those elected were Joseph Saturday night the Kaydets
I 1 I. nh,. >, Kadlord Coutractloa
4 .mi Krft'i wow S-l King president; Walter E. Hol- will host Charlotte High of .

I'lieri' Blarlalr VI Pitman, tjYarai 4.. comb, vice-president; Lorraine Ptmta Gorda in a nonleaguegame.
I Iaf'
177 El.a Van Hu..., Flor.Plic .
King treasurer; John Rassau, Chevrolet'One
let 4701 I Kk.rld. Pin 1 1I 1t CHEVELLElby
and All three varsity contests will
'% II: ". Bowler of the week, E"Ia Carl Stem, Isabel Holcomb
.. ..,.., Spilt convertadl Bert I 1.11. Calvin Garden board of direc be preceded by Jayvee prelim
vlu' 4Avla" Hans. 8.2.10.r'.N inaries.
E.iiD'; d ran, 41-211, tore

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Malibu retains
B.4m, ,. 1..1'' Hood. Dairy, 11 GORGEOUSQ,1 Chevello's finest. Front bucket seats, many
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DEEP SCROLLPATTERNS vinyl Interior in seven colon. A wide all Chevelles, it's a good

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Overview Slatesr. high-performance engines. 1'luli. and handle. Yet inside surprisingly Tlush-and-dry rocker panels Your

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Football 300 Pinetree Rd., Venice Gar. II .1.1.. SURF GREENMOTHPROOF NPES SPORT C011VERTI7L8 SPORT CWPg 90005 52055 'C
fans will have still w
dens proudly displays near. ,\ ... .'"
lother opportunity to see 'a ly 40 lbs of snook caught ) .'\
Jme (live, ) when the graduate Thursday morning in South THE :,. ",

"eniors of Riverview High Creek The largest weighed : \- t\ \

.-nool meet the upcoming senii 25 lbs and was 40 Inches In CARPET CENTER ;". .. .

tomorrow night at Ihrig length. Cultice was using a i -- : <
geld' .
at 7:30 '
p.rn. and Barracuda
20-lb.( test line a
Tickets for the game named dude for a lure when 264 S. Trail in Venice Phone 488-2198 CONYFATIMt

'e 1 Rams' Senior Bowl will be he hooked the beauty. It took BROADLOOMS RUGS CARPETSSee
adults and 50 cents for some 20 minutes to land him. Our JPCR' SPORT COUPS 4ooa btOAN
Mdren. Our Large Selecfjons-Bay/ from Large Inventory
The others weighed 3, 4 and
1 All proceeds from the bene- 5 Ibs (PHOTO by Obendorf)) '
affair will be used by the

lame Club to purchase equip. ._ .*, ,.,.
ant for W lWl4OOOR
other athletics, includ-
f1e' Pitching machine for the

wball team and addition-
i scoreboard and clock for the 400010 BEOAMI.. f.I'I\SSENGER STATION WAOOM

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Mumbin Co. P. O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida

448.00102 488.5282

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FOURTEEN d pb.rate ..,"'Plt.. T\tJs\ incident is cynicism: at.quests. .' L those who tsar
ui" "?it' an This mem K> make certain
it la more ttJCongress
in ;tiding) the existence I of the Ha rawest But whether ,Is not again dec.,?
HALEY REPORTForeign kind of thing -
the adminiill is the
unoblii' iled money or aid officials did or did ed, by deliberation or by iT
I ',itors of the program foreign of norance, about the needs
Called are abysmally incompetent, in not know of the existence duty aid program. The other otul
Aid Action Is 'Outrageous'By the money which lays a h
Spending that they are unable appropriatedto to keep on Congress to look with great thorough'going: overhaul of fora!
track of monies
skepticism on all officials who elgn aid administration praej,

REP. JAMES A. IIILEY j"grew limited to $3 billion the such cut. in unspent and unobligated Just Lovely In their the use second place, the Incident Just can not break the spending urea such which a large make sum it to possiblih be "hwi,
During the brief period In ,foreign aid appropriation for But hardly had Congress gotten funds, from prior year appropriations Well, that just lovely, and shows that The Congress habit. until after foreign aid ,
which Congress was out of ses- I'the current fiscal year This out of Washington for an which they did not proves a number of things In was overgenerous in appropriating Scrutiny NeededIt otherthings. pnatlons have been fixed tppn
for two
,ion, the people of the nation Thus, (he first the existence of the $3 billion it did allocate also calls
know had. place
step was taken despite weep eight-day break between sessions they we were One 1 Is the most searchIng If these two things com.
and their lawmakers shows t It
as wwere aid-and
ings and wailings and loud out than (we learned told through the press. the foreign this little hidden "kitty" shows to foreign possible of all future pass we may yet see the
treated to an outrageously aid could be kept of two things: Either the further that those of us in the scrutiny flee
) foreign program when the taxpayer
the requests
cries from foreign aid peo- press .I foreign aid money will
of the I' limitedthe v
glaring example cyn ple, who claimed our foreign officals came up with a "surprise going foreign policy would not foreign aid officials who pre- House who would have and a thoroughly hard- heard singing Happy 0,:
with I -
cum which public enemy to $2 II billion "
had happened be destroyed, and neither sented the agency'a budget to appropriation "
number The policy, perhaps our Nation itself they just boiled attitude toward the re- Are Here Again
one Big Spencing of absolutely right.
Bureaucrat treats the would be destroyed by any to "find" some $669.876 would the Nation The Congress were guilty were -

taxpayers their dollars, and
their Congress
As you know as almost :Its
last act of the last session, Con.
-- Limit One Your Choke with $S or More Ordr White or

,,1 Works\ Of Artists: ftk\ TIDE C tee 29c

eergent Giant 4 o ARROWGtetPfc

P To Be FeaturedIn / Size *

VG ExhibitsArea )

artists will be invited You Save More When You Shop KWIK CHEK Plus You Get TOP VALUE STAMPSTHRIFTY
by> the Venice Gardens art
committee to exhibit In the MAIDcELLEN .... -
monthly shows hung in the "

Recreation next Center month, there according beginning Apple Sauce 225fCAMFMUS :

to Mrs. Stefanie Takore, !
committee chairman. BUSCH OR a
The shows were initiated :In "Wsf1"
December with Venice Gar. Pike Iffdrt J- 23 TV, Jr ,
dens artists participate VENICE STORE ONLY OLD
Tomato Soup.lir' '
There are SO paintings in the /
US. Collee
January show representing the "So'.N: '
Exhibitors are: Stella Adams 9 am to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Fri .. ,
N. Y. Byrd, Joyce Dunn 9 *.m. to 7 p.m S.t. Saltines P\f. '19-

Handley back, Thomas, Estelle Gardner Huneke,, Veah Mrs Rights K.iene4 ...
B E E R .
.Lockerby, Frances Mendelsohn Buitoni1aYeEF 1e ASTOR \ N: C
Pat Rogers, Stefanie Ta 3 9 Com Gtt 9
kores, Martha Tennyson, Gar WH TU P.rda/.f OM Pig Ftr 18t I-lb. Can
Tmsley Inez Voorhees and .. r I J. r
Virginia White.Serving THRIFTY I MAID AUthdA
on the committee mf1l1fi (
12-oz. bottle
with Mrs Tjkoris are Mrs ffll Tomatoes 2--25c
Handley and Mrs. Huneke.

r 4 New Subjects Cheese CRACKER BARREL. SHARP. ''% 49eKRAnS C 7 9 C Sweet THRIFTY MAO LARGE Pens _2 ==25'-

Cheese Sticks *? 57e FOL'-ER1s49

Biscuits. W 19c Prune Juice29
School CoursesFour GOOD LUCK plus deposit
Limit One Your Choice with$5 or More Order ..
new subjects will be In. .
eluded in the 11-course curricu \
lum of the Sarasota Community Coke Mixes.25e
School adult education .t"fi.':r.: ')"1 T"'a, !
classes which began on Mon. ., DIXIE DARLING SEEDED BROWN SOVI .=
day, ? '.': '. le iw Nw Eaaajwd Out P/1! r i
Offered tat the first time will W-D IRAND WN FRESH -.39' "
be a course in basic English, : Rolls
the rudiments of writing and 1
reading, which will meet each {; t 'r .. Ground Beef 5 cJak $199 DIXIE DAKUNG.ONNAMON I
Monday from 7 to 10 p.m. at .
Venice High School ; 'j t.:: ,Buns -/33e
The other new courses will ;
be social studies and communism re LYKES SUGAR CREEK Smoked 14 t A r r .
from 7 to 8:30: p.m., taughtby w .
George Mahar who will also I f1 YV6ole or FoO Sbn
teach English from 8:30 to 10 m STAMPS V
p.m, on Tuesdays and Thursdays so EXTRA fOP VALUE / Per Pound
.. _ _ C
; general math from 7 to wa..gw W.M-- mr.r.. ."

from 8:30: p.m.8:30: to and 10 general p.m.. on science Mondays ., .. AIPie Fier a 79c ;LWJiI:C--,,= '- 'HAMS Full Butt Half 43

.. t u __... )
and Wednesdays taughtby .a. ..CIooo. a '.
John Hams These and all antra.M4 ls tYTOMU II.
the other courses except radio '.' II. eJ
and TV repair will be taughtat
The radio and TV repair

course and Thursdays will be taught from 7 Tuesdays to 10 p. PYAYESTAMPS ti P W ............l.1

m. at Laurel School and will Lykes Corned Real
be limited to 18 students H R Nash = hoo VV-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
Scott will be the instructor ..... .tl w.I ._J IDAHO BAKING =
Other courses offered this e." C.ra 1.
term, which extends from Jan .=.V.w M..h=a BEEF'
SO Bookkeeping through mid,-May Tuesday, are: and Potatoes = =

Thursday, 8.30 to 10 p.m., A '
J. McCarthy, instructor, SO EXTRA TOP VAlUE STAMPS lbe t Center Crt dock
........ .
Shorthand Tuesday and wII Ih.sopse -- .5C 10
Thursday, 8:30: to 10 p.m., Mr: ....dw...Whl. I B.

Lillian Typing Copp, Tuesday Instructor.and Thursday o.M.I..at Plata. 108 cw.t_89c..._ ALL PURPOSE SWEET Roast 59 C i
instructor Creative, 7 to 8:30, : writing p m ,,Mrs Tuesday Copp, I' we.town,m dllIYwata1TaMYa Crisp Apples. 51 49*

and Thursday 7 to 10 p.m? : FANCY THIN, SKINNEDYellow
Don Stone, instructor. a
Clothing construction, Tuesday Afl Kwdc Owlc SMaH (wr HOUND BONEShoulder
and Thursday, 7 to 10 Onions 5'. 39c N
.. the Oovtmmcnl Stomp ef Roast ..,69c
Mrs: Irene Hertz, instructor .
Tal ,
Rushing South County .11II..1 OuohlyYwwl6flnd.atk i

coordinator School said for that the all Community requestsfor .. : : a I 2 stalks 29c cut plainly maHmi W-D BRISKET Rib POTBoneless Roast k 79c N,

classes In the area have "'roncll-your euvratiM .,
been met. He asks that those m FANCY SNO BAILCauliflower N Roast .. 79c
desiring additional or other that yoe buy enty' the wry ENDER BUPPlato ......) .
courses in later curricula notify !>*>t. "'
him of their wishes 50 EmATOPVAlUE < head 3ge Stew. .. 19c .j
The social studies, basic education .11II...._......... TENDU TASTY .I Ilj.p

science, general and English math, general courses W : :!?STAMJI1m !' .70"Z = Rib Steaks ,. ..' 79c .
I ?, are high school credit courses 3 ; I (

I( and For Students the the other registration is may$3.courses register cost, the at is registration the$1. iD ;;;:;;;;;[ I MORTON FROZEN ?... ......r .1 HI!

first class meetingPersonal m, Dinners f | UESHj. :2 BUTT

I.! Income she ea..e.a Sad.. .,s.5 Dr.39c
i. .
I Herman's Omega land
Shows IncreaseFlorida's .. wlta.rt a.59c I'I'u Tremendous ARMOUR STAR REGUIAISliced

.. total personal income :!! O..a.rr slat. e.a 0N11Y ca.s a cunoMU_...._ j Value! Each 3 ge Bacon 40C

I jumped eight per cent twrw v.W nw.rr J wry u .. ,
I from 1961 to 1962, according to FARMHOUSE r:::> .Arm OR PEACH TARNS
a study just released by the HOG 1AG1 UNO Ot PATTW
University of Florida. ltmUlt.mlJ.&tl Fruit Pies. Ea. 29t
The per capita income for R Sausage 63e
the state advanced 3.8 per cent VALUESTAMPS. BIRDSEYE FROZEN I. .
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.during the the current same Issue period of,Economic reports 1' ;]il? 'J Broccoli Spears 4
1" Compared Leaflets with the nation, .. .until osl Ma cunoMJa:_ MINUTE MAID FROZENOrange Gef T |ether Meat Loaf R 1 ::- 89

Florida personal income TARNOWS

'stood country's two six per per cent cent above Increase.the ii'iiih.. Delight 5-89':. Meat Loaf "
However, the per capita figure CANNON $I29
was a fraction below the nat- CHEF FROZEN /
ional gain of 44 per cent. The 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS DIS h.

figures were compiled by Dr 'ale i nlr c (-wit CMi t Wtao tal,IHra I Pizza with Cheese *>. 59C "M Sliced 12..
Madelyn L. Kafuglls, assistant I Sara It*Checelal Pk.. 4ge Bologna 39rCOf
research professor in the University U. E.. 79, CHEF FROZEN .
'* Bureau of Economic FOLDING COf ELAN01 N THE PIECE
f .f' and The Business current Research leaflet la concerned assess;mwMJ.w.rss PizzawithSausage Ea. 69( Sun Cot Etc. sS95 Braunschweiger 49'p

with personal income in lfJ >
s Florida and the United States
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i!I rnouldern plant over again. They have I I Bridge Scores

I That oforementioned orw- thousands to lose where we Area Radio Club Englewood Charlotte Library

hoi 9 farm where we worked have but a few dooryard pet i KN.VINO, 1_ Ink
'mi innards out before pUck. plants. It's different with our soIITHI
for give, w.ly to baler., was local nurseriea of course,, but Is Formed Here Adds BooksGrowth; Reviewed I Mr. J. -H. KUIM sad .... T C.Karhnni .
i Ucd in one of the coldest we don't hear their wails awe ; 111'.. .
I Mr. R. N. faoald Mra. i. I.
pockets of Upstate New York do those with frosted
+ a pe I By MRS. LEOLYN S. MERCER Librarian No Ion. 111.
I at Bainbridge. Close to the tunla: The Good Lord gives us I. Cat Vlmant Dim m4 Al Jaar.naay .

Pennsylvania border, It had our weather and it is all good Officers NamedA Cnglewood-Charlotte LibraryThe I 4111..... tartar''- UI RarrlaM sad Gam. L. I

no body of water to protect it for a purpose even when we New Year brought a n umber of new books to our U- H. Miller, I4V.

other than the Susquehanna, find it in conflict of interest Citizens' Band Radio Club brary shelves. "Florida Bird ife" by Alexander Sprunt ands I Mm.FAST-WEST I* V. PMiaa and T.. sCartar .
which was not so big since it with our plans. beautifully illustrated by Franc and John Dick will be a help 55.
t started only a few miles back Always we keep the sweet, has been organized within by operators mile to those persons interested in tl le identification of the birds in rMr..noMs L.L Barna... 14'VI
living a 30 Mrs Janai J. K 'l Nr
at Cooperslown. Farther north flowering spring water running radius of Venice. the area. Another standard in I this field U Roger Tory Peter- Lucy ,......._. MV .
there were the finger lakes that in the farm kitchen sln't' It was son's "Field Guide to The ] 4-Mm., Harry Lawranaa sad I**
molded the climate for The organizational meetinglast 5.!: ..... 7FN
grape tribution there. Circulation figures
a wonderful hillside spl'ing witha Friday In the communityroom Birds. :VK.NO. I... IX*
wane ,rownln,. The grapes trout in it to eat up the bugs. of First Savings Loan New books on shells and for the same period in I M... Mar BUM .4 Mr*. BJaaaalXrlaorhiUno
\ve tried either froze their budsin Year around it ran a full shelling Include Abbott's"American 1962 were 1999. 4>'4.
.... _
Assn was by opera. t Mm U V.. Ma. a4 *
--.----".., -=- .. the spring or their stems in stream. So we thought it tors from Punta Gorda, Engle. Seashells" ; Percy A tptal of 700 books have ard Huirilna. ...

the fall. wouldn't freeze up. It didn't. wood Port Charlotte, Nokomis Morris's "Field Guide to the been borrowed from the State 1 Mm ,Sarah. ..'Plprr 4KN mat HafnrtHuMliM

DIATRIBE Mother said she remembered But there was no cellar under Osprey Sarasota and Ven Shells"; "Handbook of Florida Library on a group loan. In .VE-NO 1_ Utk
a year when she was teachingin the old kitchen part. So the Shells"; "400 Shells Along the addition, 43 books have been NORTH-SOUTH
the Bennettsvllle red schoolhouse drain froze and shiveredout ice.Ham Florida Gulf and South At. I-A.! O. Camphall sad Al Jimn.ilJr.
Bj DUFFY LEWIS up we Operator Louis P Her obtained from the same source ., far%;,.
that there was a frost in the early morning, there berger said area operators are I antic Coasts": "Handbook of for individual borrowers. A I Mr and Mrs R. N. Oo-Ut 1MVI /
Good it ii It to look back over your shoula, not as Lot's each of the twelve months. was the whole kitchen floor a ready to assist the club in Florida Shells," published by total of 147 reference questions -Mm. le.: ... Huns. aad Can. L.. f,

wife,, did with evident longing to be back in that wicked S. & G. During our farming day. it skating rink. every way. Others who spoke the Great Outdoor Publications were answered. I 4 __Millar., Prior IOAW ...< .... I I. If...... .M4.FASTwrsT .
City, but just to see how comfortable we are here In Florida, in frosted eleven months one the But ; "Shells of the Florida I "
Those were days. we included L. B. Widney of Englewood Total of .
expenditures $2,080 .
.....,..... YlaaaaiHum.
evidence from those who 1 Bernard) uU CM.
pite of the rumble always "It'i too year. Gardening was fun as a like these better It got down to and Roland Wendt of Coasts, by Francis Hall; "In 58 for this period included sal "'".

hot" "It's too cold. gamble. You could expect to 28 below there one time. That" Manasota Key.Temporary troducing Seashells," a pamphlet aries, books and other library t M.ron SrHoMM" ...J CJ. Yes
What brought on this wave of wellbetawas the discovery lose to frost the first of June I froze the babbling brook so officers elected for the beginning shell I N._. ...
1.. nf, nM photos taken when _._ had .. .anl...! t and/or the last of but enthusiast.For materials furniture and equip 1-4 M.. I. R. Meet.. sad t-
01. coup e v .u ma. arm. August, that neighbors could cut Ice were William P. Way, president ment for new library quarters Sane. 01,
back In those days '"" if you didn't you could have in one deep hole. Dave mistookchipped John Landis, Englewood, the gardeners, there Is and 1-4 Adm and M... R. C. WiiMa, PI,
; operating expenses. .. '
One to- we hive a freeze here in not. tomatoes and another Watkins book "500
W, r th.1 some ripe mel floating ice for the vice-president and Al Young,
II What else brought it on was so-frostproof Florida. Let' ons. solid, snow-covered. He fell in Osprey secretary treasurer Answers to Your Florida Gar. There wereJ5 new books 1-OoL. vine,,, nitaaj ... Banmr4
\ added to the collection Of ._.... .
bowl i that goes up every take a look over our respectiveAgehfi After that early fall freeie- and went running up the hill Directors named were Mrs. den Questions" and the "ABCof these, 230 were gifts, 205 acquired 1-Mn. T A.. If.Parrott.. sad Mrs W. aRi

up you could see your garden home with his frozen felt boots Nancy Priest, Nokomis; Charles Orchid Growing"; "Your ., ISO.
---- ------" Guide to Florida Landscape by purchase Book l-Mm. C. s. Bryant a.d Mart ..-
and flowers bake and wilt in and overalls rattling as though Harman Harry Showacre, count totalled
3869. aw. 114.
for the friendly Indian summersun. made of tin. and Tom R. Vining of Venice. Plants, by the same author. New Home 4 M... R. N. Caoolcl v4 Y.. I. I.

j Ice fun trying though. We It's better here. If any of you The club will meet the first "Exotic Plants," by Graf covers Two major events highlighted "AST.WEIIT N..Inn III',.

AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT keep planting bananas in our feel bad about your hibiscus, Monday in each month. Way 1,300 house plants and is the last six months Firstof 1-"... Jame, O. 10100 ..4 y.
/ front yard now. Nobody fight have look at the red urged all walkie-talkie and 5- minutely Indexed, although the Prlor ...',.
come a
all, we moved to larger ; :
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illustrations are in black and Clan
(11/10., COMPANY mother nature We play a biddie with her feet stuck into watt operators to call Secretary quarters from 100 McCall (',...11. ,It.Mre. .
( gambling game with her. Whenwe the wool in April. We expect to Young at 866.2534, or call white. Road to 1560 McCall Road. '- I. R MwM ..4 Mir GWiMW

\ 22,000 Sq. ft. Space try to fill an inside straightor swim in the bay that month Way at 488.1720.Commercial. Wyatt Two new Blassuigame's histories of Florida"First: In addition to new book 4-Adm. and,. 152.M... R. C IT.. m. Ill>-.

tidy up a four-flush, we can here. We did take a dip shelves, we have added a UN.VE-NO. I... IT*

ACROSS THE StREET expect to lose, mostly. No use I I Thanksgiving Day to show our Art Book During of Florida"the Civil and War"Florida" by magazine rack and a newspaper i 1 J- NOBTH-MUTH Mm. J. P. I.nrr pad ,.. BFACTWEST .
complaining, aa some of us do. northern kin-law visitors thatit file We now subscribeto ,'.n... ...
OR ACROSS m WOKI.D Those photos that we men could be done Don, if you Johns and several stories the Abridged Reader's Guideto I-M.. and 55... W. L ..-.. r5.a .
about for ... .
young pee.pie Mrs. Mai Rrid.e '
let M arrange all details of your moving and storage tioned were taken 3 April, 1921, read this back Dave up with Course OfferedA have been added to our Periodial Literature. This ..n.
I on the aforementioned farm. any of your doubting Sheffield will enable students to locate !
t Florida shelf I-M.. W. LooffMr. aad .... WGrlairr .
Venice Transit and Storage The date is authentic for it Is Lake neighbors. course in commercial art "The Lion's Paw" is a delightful information in current periodi- .MI /..
written on in mother's fine Although talking about our techniques will be offered by story of a little boy cals. M... W. Warraa sad .'. I. Bdnaaholta .

Established handwriting she always a good weather we might men- Sarasota Community In October the Englewood- U.HI ..
1947 the whose hopes for his Daddy's Mm. "Bvrnard" r-raadmaa and .
I trustworthy person. One snapshot tion how good it is to be surrounded School to employed people who speedy return home were Charlotte Library became partof Prior' Ol.n, IAVa .
S52 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-1317; Site. 488.3513.488.2592 shows an "A" chicken by talent. We went to in are associated the Charlotte County Libra. ..ln> Cantrart KridM IkA
some way based on his discovery of the .
\::==:= = surrounded with and the Venice Little Theatre's production system. This will extend the J.a irtk
coop snow with the advertising field of "Lion's Paw" ry I-Mm Jam*, o. Ealaa ..d W.
baby chicks creeping out in of Arsenic and Old layout, lettering, design and Other books for the borrowing privileges of our Prior. IM-..
wonder younger 1- M,. lorr Joamar an4 Mm. T a.
Lace and enjoyed the members to include
surprise They were some the resources
production newspaper readers are: "The Talbot P....., 111
Black Jersey Giants that were ful job they did. It was so well wholesale and retail trade dis Boys"; "Freddy Goes to Florida" of the Punta Gorda Library 1-4 ("ol Vlnrrnt Dow, ,, sad BezedFr.lm.n
ANNOUNCEMENTMODERN being hovered by one of our cast, so professionally playedand and the Port Charlotte 10.
play. and "The White Marble. I ,
1-4 1. R rillott CM. Ir.
capons who make excellent with just the light touch High School graduates withan For the Library as well as our own. Nrteoa 155.
stepmothers due to their vol- that such a delicate theme re art background will be ac who must very very young A County Librarian Miss I-.A'... and N... R C H MOTI 'PI'..
depend on Mommy '.......
enjoyed It I- Mr and Mm R N. ( 1ST.FN .
Frankly we
umnious plumage.In quires. cepted. The current use of a and Daddy for their story fare Margaret Rippere will super .VE.,NO., j,.. IMk
ah the other picture there area even more than In the original more creative approach to ad- there is the delightful I vise this inter-loan system. I-A n CSpMl1IMl ind _...
.. of on Broadway years ago, where Work has already commencedon .-.n..
couple Shropshire sheep
has "
and publication
We Are Now have to vertising "George, the story of a poodle .-4;"'. L. H. 1111I. ..i OoL"Ia_
nosing through the snow to Boris Karloff didn't appear narrowed the line between so- who found his own family. a union catalog which nlO.... 51%,
'1T' find some ,rus. Riding on one in skin-graft, for he was called commercial and fine Librarian's will list all book titles in the l-Mm. W. E Camm and N,... J I.

In Our NewBuilding sheep's back Is a Rhode Island there in person. We are luckyto arts, however there are certain The report of the Report Librarian of 'three libraries, plus those in 4 Mm Nnkvi J. K M Mnrrte and MrnaiSrhoanMd

Red hen with her feet have good players along basic skills, aptitudes and the Englewood-Charlotte Li the Punta Gorda High School. M

t stuck down in the thick woolto with good climate and many study that form a springboardfor brary covering the June-Do I Reference books which are too'

keep warm. There she other good things. the commercial art studentto cember period 1963 showed a costly to be purchased by any

squats, and if it will make you One of these is having artists guide material to its reproduced total gain of 196 in borrowers.The one of the three cooperating available to each of the libraries

feel warmer this weather, of merit and stimulation in our or displayed form. library was for Circulation libraries will be purchased by .
midst. In last week's mail we open the head County Librarian and
come to the southern office of The course null cover the of books 151 I
days or
EQUIPMENT indispensable GONDOLIER fora had notices of two exhibits by basic fundamentals of object- 1,057 hours. There were 3,973 housed In her office, which has We look forward to a bright

look. The day we took those local talent. Bernie Reading drawing figure, perspective, books borrowed. This includesthe been established in the Punta er and better new year for our

EXPERIENCED MECHANICS Fix: we hitched old Dobbin to of Oyster Creek Drive, has a composition, color and design books taken to the Placida Gorda Library but will be Engl \\'ood-charlotte Library.

the cutter and mother and January one-man show presented and advance into display materials station every two weeks for dis- r OIJ1jJ'l/I'- --.-. "", A.L4 ertar ..t7rsaryr
t ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT IGNITION PARTS TO TUNE Dave took a brief sleigh ride by the VenlceNokomisArt as paper sculpture,

YOUR ENGINE before the snow melted off Association in the Italian papier mache, cut-out display.Art Wednesday evenings from 7:00to :
there being no Chamber of Villa Restaurant; and Kuzulka for reproduction will deal 10:00 for 18 weeks with H. BLALO

EXPERT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE Commerce In those parts to Pine St., Englewood, is exhibiting with pen and ink, scratch- O. Davis as instructor Davis JAMES T. CK AGENCY INC.

frown on an exhibition of "un from last Sunday through board, water color tempera, Instructor at Sarasota High ,
I seasonable" weather January. Norton Foster is also airbrush lettering and type. School has a background of n6 u r a n. ct

I What we are trying to proveis exhibiting in Florida this winter Layout and the mechanics of commercial studio art. Addit
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All Work Guaranteed that we are so lucky to be Greatly we (with "Mrs. reproduction as used in letter ional Information may be had

here. We had better be happyin we") enjoyed a preview showIng press and off-set printing will by calling 958-1332 or stop in at 1..f-C 243 W. VENICE AVE.

spite of a little nippy winter of Norton's work when he be covered.The Sarasota Community School > VENICE. FLORIDA

snap. Those who complain and was assembling it at his Mana- class registers today and Office, 1001 S. WashingtonBlvd. Select and Consult Independent
B & W AUTO REPAIR cry about losing some of their sota Peninsula home for exhibit. will meet each Monday and PHONE Insurance
flowers or shrubs are beyondour Not only are we proud to 488-e79l) as you
comprehension. The big have such artists for neighbors _. would your Doctor or Lawyer.

629 E. VENICE AVE. 488-3502 truck farmers In the Everglades but we are pleased to the i
have threeof r __. _11II_. JS .LA l
that hung
don't cry they extent w.
know they gamble for the earliest them on our walls There ELECTRICAL

crop in the U. S. So theyAmple hang Leah Lasbury Norton
Foster and Bernie Reading. We Venice Area Church Directory

decline at distance to tell you

which work we prefer but if MAINTENANCE
you come have a look: we'll be -
pleased to listen to your own ,..,.. 9r-Wr ., Mrrtla' Annul ...
LIGHTING SUPPLIES Trail. H" aaat of It 41Notovta
opinion.See KM Victor Me5rM FutorRnadar
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I Funds you at the art galleries\ School. 10too am.Mornini u-.. I. CastsU.fr.
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when away the you crust are from making the bread soft' Base & Cockrill Streets Phone 438-0794 METHODISTCHUKCH NORTH CHI PORT'aCRKS I(,RABLOTTS

bread crumbs. ,-,- Palm. A....... PolnMtia. 4II-M1S FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CoatHuBltr: Oananr CHURCH 5

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Tile Ra*. CKarlai L Ran Ii4l a.": Wanhrp gaiiai
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they've got a car 11:II .... EPISCOPAL MISSION
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601 South Tamiarnl Trail Selltni fatter than ewr before/YouTI How? With stunning new looks, well IIIlalo...,CHURCH Hartal A. ..... CONGRRCATIONAL.CSRIMIAN RIFORMTO:
find that Plymouth-Valiant Dealers are known economy, and outstanding performance Kl Tha suit, ,, VrnlraTalaphaiial The S.'.. S. R hart Ckakla Pk.D,

488.2233 not taking any credit for their success to give it the "big car feel'they're nar, School i 1.41."'.-1111.... III.hald.....temporarily. n tfca
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with pride to the As proof sales .soaring faster than at Wonhlp Sanin Sunday: ass | Vaak-a Garilma Raenatlo Cainar at U
just pointing Palkiwahlp Nan 11 ..., Oardra use ...
'64 Valiant. They'll tell you that any time in Valiant's history Come ii tuaryIAINT. "'T'karrlk new sells itself. and drive one and prove i it to yourself am we.pUs adatt .'_ 5>4. .....
power-packed compact EPISCOPAL CHURCH IMSa.
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