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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00169
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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CONTENTS
INLET TIDES
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High lAw
-- PAGE 3 Columns, General
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I .. -- Serving the Fastest Growing Arm en FlofldVt West Coast. Osprey Laurel Nokomis VenIce, SoutH Venice. Venice? Gardens Venice East, Enqteweoii. North Port Charlott, GE: 8 Sports, Genl News


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; Business Assn.Canvassed Clue Uncovered By Police I






?- In Salacious Phone Calls

't ,)f the news I interest was simply in seeing ;
s GON that the than
'1dl'Y'' more 1,200 residents .
62 differentthe of South Venice and the I'
".iii: > rapidly businessmen along the Trail Venice police developed a ''made to women in Nokomis Some of the women reported g.
section of come to know each other bet t'S strong lead over the weekendIn Venice and a mobile home the voice sounded like that of
the Tami- : their effort to trap the park. a 20-year-old; others said he

t, nets men and ter.He pointed out that the per, ;young man responsible for a The Thursday calls were between might hare been younger.
Wed. rush of suggestive and obscene 12'45 and 1:15: p.m.
jrmally manent residents of South Venice Anyone convicted of making
the s telephone calls to area women. I Most of the calls appear to
to explore spend more than $2 millionut'h such telephone calls\ is subjectto
king a South "W> have something to workon come from a residence, imprisonment
year for personal living a $500 fine and 90 days
I said since there Is y
1 r now" said Chief of Police Shockey no
"n and at the rate the new homes or both "We'll do
p f" ,pond, viceref.Itions are going up in the subdivision Jc>hn Shockey who has thrown background noise. However, at our best to see that this individual \
v.t his entire force into the effortto 'I. least one call was traced to a
another $1 million Is being gets I both," Shockey r
West Venice Avenue sta
t ,th Venice spent each year in constructioncosts. cat :h the culprit. pay
nI'', d as ternjf t Shockey described the calleras said.
the meet. Too much of that money is + rncF 'depraved at heart and sick

new organl- being spent outside the South .r of mind" tion.Swift

no connec- Venice area he declared and if School Dropouts Heads County
\, lout that his a businessmen organizationwould He declined to divulge parUcjl'irs .

-"'- get the businessmen to A Vf of the Information in
y1
.
Inow each other better and hind but some individuals
a the SV residents to know the r known to the police were being
businessmen and the firms .v checked out as were school GOP In Unity MoveSarasota r

they represent, all would bcne dropouts
fit The calls began several -

I Most of those present spoke weeks ago and continued intermittently County Republicanshave night to succeed Warren
Jr1 In favor of forming such an organization then became more made a broad step toward Harding, who resigned Hj
rwiNl I but no one appeared frequent the past week On unifying their two factions by election was preceded by W-

I to want to accept the responsibility + ,Thui.day alone five_calls were electing Earle L. Swift of Venice hind-the'scenes maneuvering
of taking the chairman of their executive for a show of unanimity by consolidating -

,, necessary steps to perfect the committee. both groups getting
organization United Appeal Swift was chosen Friday behind SwuX

After much discussion it last year.Honor.
was Swift was placed in nomination
finally agreed for everyone Exceeds QuotaState at .
Friday night Sarasota
\ tII ........... .... .
: present to "think it over" for a -- Accorded meeting by Mrs Bea Jenkinsof
week, talk to other businessmen NOKOMIS BIRDSEYE VIEW Here is an south toward Venice, was made by GONDOLIER Sen. Warren Hender Englewood. Seconds were
along the Trail and then aerial shot showing the progress being madeon Photographer Bob Obendorf from an son, Venice Area United Appeal made by L. J. Rainey and Gus.

I meet again next Wednesday at four.laning U. S. 41 through the Nokomis airplane flown by Talmadge Rushing, direc- campaign chairman, reported Esther HardenEsther tin N. Nelson Harry H. Schall,
,); I 2:30: p.m. at the Cue Club, business district. The entire six.mile project tor of the DCE program at Venice High to members of the cam- mentioned as a possible nominee
1\ scene of Wednesday's meeting, from Blackburn Road to Venice is due for School and Instructor in the Sarasota County paign committee at a Friday for chairman moved the
t to take definite action completion by summer This view, looking Adult Education program breakfast meeting that drive Harden, Miss Veniceof nominations be closed Swift
receipts now total more than 1964 and a freshman at the
\ got the job with a loud chorus;
I I the $20,000 set for the Venice University of Florida, has been "
Area this year. pledged to AlphaXamba Delta of "ayes. I
1 t I.: RU-oELL: C,, A New Englander who mowed
HomesWeeker Parade Beckons After He said a final report on the national honorary scholastic
\ ji/ i announced campaign will be made later organization for freshmen to Venice three years ago
for r,:nomma- this week women. Swift is a newcomer to county

roaching Dem. The committee also! discuss. Miss Harden was tapped in Republican affairs He has
r Jordan was ed plans for an annual "Dutch recognition of her high scholastic been a committee member a
1'" 'est legislative Ld 'Dress Rehearsal'pleted Treat" recognition dinner to average Only between two year.

.- r'1, Currently Is onr.m celebrate the success of the and three per cent of college He had liven In Boston five
,
committees drive women become members years and before that was a
.
It took a lot of last-minute The street In front of i I production" billed for an every. en and Builders "Malson Others attending the break. The daughter of Mr and resident of Attleboro Mass. H*
preparation but the third annual the "show" had to be put into day run through this month and Bleu;; Gulf Coast Development fast were Cot William Grove, Mrs W. H. Harden of Hudson retired! .. an executive with
yard Presented Venice Parade of Homes shape for travel on opening March and Builders, "The Harry Raby, R. M. (Dick) Fletcher Road South Venice Miss Harden Remington-Rand after 42 years
opened over the weekend to a day I Participating builders and Southern Belle" and Harley C. A. (Nick) Keller and graduated at Venice High service. He and Mrs Swift live
steady flow of visitors to its A spokesman for the members the names of their models are Whiteaker, "The Cardinal Leonard Eurch last year at 425 Bayshore Dr.. Venice
| # Powell. site on East Venice Avenue in of the group sponsoring as follows: ------- -

:.''I er Ntaat cY7tL- the Farad! of Homes said the .Qie ter Mayer, "The Marti.ntque'1 -
Furmtuiv; Vas still*'being\ opening over the weekend Al Welch, "The Mali- Shepley Retires Then i
,::1 I I j' CH UlLOTTE moved into some of the modelsas could be termed a "dress re bu"; Don Heath, "The Star- Keeps Busy
1 the fire" Paul Cockrill Develop ,
4 II of Fort My late as Saturday morningand hearsal" with "polished ;
'n' La best Ie II. the landscapers were on a


", ,vice pent,,the of Award guest the phase"crash"of program the operation to get com-their Building PermitsIn Default Judgment Running For Governor Of Missouri


Y., ,"i the Charlottei Given WashburneSarasota

r 1> ,'I hid i \ Annual Tricks Of MagicDelight \ Rise County Circuit Suppose you retired after an that he developed a deep and "Another point is that when 1 versity post he returned to his
1 \\ednes- Slight
r '
::31,11, PUintaH i Judge John Justice has signed active and distinguished career continuing interest in state governmental one political party remain. for' St Louis law office as a sort
s Rotary default judgment in as attorney, university chancellor affairs an extended time in control of of "elder statesman" memberof
(l.1 \. rh a $10000 i
> >r I favor of William A. (Bill) and wheelhorse in the civic It was with this backgroundthat state government to the extent the firm,
', ,from Phila. Robert L. (Bob) Fldredge Over last Year Washburne against the defunct and cultural life of your city, he agreed to run for governor that it doesn't have to worry I He is a director of the Northwestern
Philadtl-
I"e local amateur magician, again First Development Corp in what would you do to keep when he was approachedby about competition it develops 1 Mutual Insurance Co.,

n best sell.. I proved the hand is quicker! construction In the connection with a development busy a group of Missouri Republican bad habits the Southwestern Bell Tele.
i I"" best selli "one Building If your name happened to be leaden and businessmenlast "Still another is that our phone Co., the Anheuser-Busch
that which fell through.
I' id than the and of Venice got off to a fair project here
i I set- I eye
City
or
a wortha in The Judgment also awarded Ethan A. H. Shepley of St. October to toss his hat into state is badly in need of reform Brewing Co, and Manufacturers
Go Home"Land. sleght-of! -hand trick is start in 1964 with $86,025 interest at six Louis you'd be busier than ever the ring. in its penal system The record Bank and Trust Co., of St.
;H I 1 ." issued in January Washburne $750
. t b II Pio- thousand words" in entertaining building permits to $60,821 in per cent from Jan 2, 1962, and running as a Republican candidate If he is successful in the August on this question is deplor- Louis, was president of the
made In. compared
ssia the Vl'nlce-NokomlB court costs. for governor of your home Republican primary he will ably bad. There have been 143 Community Chest in 1930 the
tie $27,20
f t on the Boca 1963 and $72,445 previous state of MISsourI. oppose the Democratic candidate stabbing in 31 months in the United Charities in 194(1, Great.
," \' I Rotary Club Thursday. year. First Development Corp. was At the moment Shepley and in the Nov. 4 general state penitentiary. There is er St Louis Community Chest
', .president of Introduced as the "speaker"at The most encouraging part organized by a group of East the his wife are taking a breather election totally inadequate supervision in 1942 and 1948 and chairman
!I. master of the club's weekly meetingin of the record it the fact that Coast promoters to develop from the gubernatorial race for His Platform\ First offenders are mixed with of the Republican Finance rand :to
r ''lie', absence of the Early Wynn's SteakHouse four permits totaling $o ,SOO city-owned beach frontage opposite their fourth winter visit herewith What about the platform on hardened criminals Disgrace Committe of Missouri in 1947
'
The judgment
P the airport. -
1'\i Ernest attempted to I for residences were issued his brother, John R Shcp- which he plans to challenge the fully low wages are paid prison 1948. He is a Yale gradu
S G '. Eldredge in Washburne's favor was
i is .
< Is ill Mrs "
not ate and member of Phi Beta
this January while In 1963 ley, and Mrs. Shepley of 408 Democratic state administra personnel a
for the
""I 1 the Gavel teach President George H. single home permit was is for his services as agent Drive John Shepley lion Shepley was chairman of the Kappa and Omricon Delta Kappa -
Bayshore
of existence
I out
I' ,' }tan presented Wheeler Jr.. the Hindoo knots-I'I'a by Guy E. Curwood city corporation. now former banker also retired "One of my planks" he tolda board of Washington University honorary societies
I Star his untiring In. trick to the amusement inspector busies himself keeping his newsman, "is that govern. a private institution withan He's done a lot of additional
;i ling the histori- rope First Development obtaineda sleek 33-foot cruiser Hunnen ment, on the state, county and enrollment of 13,000, whenin things and at 68 he feels that
of the Rotarians A $24,000 permit for a utility I long-term lease from the I municipal levels is a business 1954 he was made acting running for governor is no hill

--_ ., I and recreational building was city, with a $15,000 down pay shipshape performing certain functions chancellor Upon request of the for a stepper '
issued to Frank C. Walther for I ment, three years ago Its Ethan Shepley is undauntedby and should be treated and run faculty committee he became He's- tall\ keen-eyed. soft
i a 25-acre mobile rental parkhe 1 plans never got beyond that the fact that his party has like a business not as a contest chancellor in 1954, and held spoken and ramrod erect And,
la building on Ridgewood i stage. elected only one governor ofMissouri I i between political machines the post until his retirementin in his own words he isn't one
Road just east of East Gate Washburne was representedby in the last 32 years 1961, When he left the uni- to "sit down and be still "
: Terrace. The other $5,525 in 1940-44 the additional'I
Haz-
I the law firm of Boone,
for alterations statistical fact that there are LI'
iM permits were en & Isphording. I
I and additions 60,000 more registered Democrats rho
I and recreation building, $24- than Republicans in his
for .
$50 -
If it had not been a state.

000 Cafeteria permit the issued first to month Driftwood of I 000.Gordon Struble, Lot 4, Block First Try

r last year would have consisted' 5, East Gate enclose screen This Is his first try for den $
of alterations and addi porch live office, although he long
solely Carl Gronlund, Lot 5, Block has been interested in politics

tions. 1 10 East Gate, residence, $13- and good government As a
'
M Here Is a list of the 10 permits young attorney he served in the
issued in January, 1964. 1 500.Edwin W Clawson, Lot 19, law department of the City of

Minko and Anna Milch, Lot Block 2, East Gate, residence, St. Louis and in 1943.44 was a

3, Block 17, residence, $15,500. $10,000. delegate to the Constitutional
Arthur H. Payson, Tarpon Convention which undertookthe
Mr and Mrs Charles Geher, Center, addition, $15,000.J. job of rewriting the state's
Lot 3. Block 10, residence, E. McClure Carpet Co., Constitution.

$15500. Lots 48 to 51, Block 55 new I As a convention delegate he .
a Frank C. Walther and Company facing to commercial building, spent the better part of two

r r 1 17i new trailer park utility $3,275. I years in Jefferson City, his
state's capital, and it was then


J 2 Airplanes Shipped In Kiwanis Is Told


I'j About MillageThe

For Jodel American Use Venice Kiwanis Club was
given a brass tacks talk Wed
nesday on "What the four mill
school tax voted in Novembermeans
Jodel American Aviation Inc on August 1 of this year High
Venice Junior
to
has two airplanes now, They In an interview published last School right now," by the
July 18, Gerald Cameron, secretary
: arrived knocked down in a -treasurer, said Installa- school's new principal, Guy T.

crate aboard a railroad gondola tion of manufacturing equipment Rose.

car last Wednesday was expected by Aug. 1 Speaking at the weekly meet.

According to one report' the and that the target date for Ing of the club at the Early.
two French designed wood and start of production was Nov. 1, Wynn Steak House, Rose explained -
' ---- Cos- fabric aircraft were manufactured He added that approximately that none of the tax '
o tornrnS INSPECTION Major General Normando Hayes, in Spain 120 aircraft would be produced money voted last November .. t j
olurnbul of the 20th U S. Army Corps at Fort to Ven in the first of operation. will become available until the -
thorough Jodel American came year _.. ......
Ohio .tltute a .
gave Kentucky Military In has 1964 63 school but know -, --'
not
f 1"1'over) school 11) ice last summer, moving Into Thus far the firm year ,
uch high' Saturday In the first Inspection of the full dress the municipal airport building produced an airplane and there ing what they could expect, the RELA..CES-Ethan A. H. ShepIcy Icy, during his fourth winter visit I to the area
dt ) ranl ing officer Before th. noonday ]t' is evidence that it school board was able to release CANDIDATE watches while I I
f: in prog- vacated by Zelair Corp s no physical Republican Here Candidate I Shepley I left, ,'
for the
classes Louis candidate
' ? i honor General Costello visited held In of St ,
reserve
Band Com- occupancy Is based on a one- will be In production on any money Missouri vacaUoned John Shepley tidies up thAt woodwork of his JI
-
l 0ftheJlnterro8at" Cadet Roger Schuler, distant for certain item tor right nomination for governor of ,
use
ill1. year lease at $3,000 annually, such scale in the near or I R cruiser HunneDoMCE
Ferdinand John Shep-
his
Mothers
with
Ind I here
GONDOLIER PHOTO bjr Bob ObendortJ) to be reviewed by City Council future Low, I




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MOflDXY. FEBRUARYS
PAGE two "V. _. THE VENICE SONDO HER"I .__ 19 6!
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. ObituariesJOHN Ohio came Survivors in here March include from, 1963.Zanesville her mother -, Veteran Broker Joins Florida, Canada

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Mrs Ann Littick; two I
A. STEWART son, Daniel E. Stewart o daughters Misses Lee Ann Border r 1'i e
John A. Stewart 63: of 700 Landover Hills. Md.; a daughter .. Tobin and Joan Arline Tobin Sign
Laurel Ave. died Wednesday at Mrs. Ann Smith of Sara- of Zanesville, and a brother. Sorrento Shores StaffThat
Venice Hospital. sot; throe sisters, Mrs. Em.. William O. Littick of Zanes ,
Mr. Stewart came here In ma Beall of Osprey, Mrs ville. AgreementFlorida
1956 from Hyattsville, Md. His Mary Hutchinson of Hyattsville Services will be held In fast growth community,
birthplace was Washington, D.'' and Mrs Alice MacCartee 01 Zanesville with burial in Sorrento Shores, whose sales and Canadian prov
C. He was a retired civil servo Ellicott, Md.; and six grandchildren Zanesville Memorial Park. have rocketed over the past ince of Alberta have signed an
ice employe, having been a Rawlcs Funeral Home was in two years, has added a person agreement that opens the border
poet office dispatcher in Wash. Local services were held charge of local arrangements able and experienced salesman of each to the trucks and
ington for 20 years and a city Saturday at Rawles Funeral to the staff. He is Ward Sutherland buses of the other, ChairmanEd
carrier In Hyattsville for 15 Home Chapel with The Rev. HERMAN ROSSOW registered Real Estate Mason of the Florida Public -
)'eara. Richard R. Lloyd of First Bap- Herman Roasow, 79, of 724 Broker. Utilities Commission said
Organizational affiliations in. tist Church of Venice officiating Groveland Ave. died Friday at Sutherland is well known w today.
cluded membership in National Chapel services will be Venice Hospital.Mr throughout the area having It i is the first such arrangement -
Assn. of Retired Civil Service held today at 3 p.m. at Arl Rossow was born In come here in 1954: from Stan- between Florida and a
Employes, Chapter 717, of ington National Cemetery, Wayne County, Mich, and later ton, Mich., where he operated. foreign province, Mason said
Englewood and Venice and Fort Myers, Va., with burial lived in Detroit. He came here a hardware store Florida doe have such agree
Petworth Lodge 47, F&AM, there. from that city in 1948 He wasa "After making a half dozenor ments with 33 states.
Washington! D. C ------.- retired carpenter locally more trips to Florida, Thel- All fees and taxes, except
Mr. Stewart was a member MARIE A. TOBIN employed from 1948 until 1956. ma and I decided that this area regular license and fuel taxes
of First Baptist Church of Mrs. Marie A. Tobin, 45, of Survivors include his widow, of the west coast was 'all and are waived, Mason said, under f
Venice. 204 S. Harbor Drive, died Mrs Vera Rossow. and two everything we'd want for our terms of the arrangement.
Survivors Include his widow, Thursday at Venice Hospital, sons, Harry Rosnow of Dearborn future home," he recalled. Trucks carrying Florida produce
Mrs Dorothea R. Stewart; a A native of Beloit, Wig, she Mich and Herman Roa When Sutherland first arrived and products have been
sow Jr of Detroit. in Venice he was associated ; subject to Alberta's taxes, /
with local real estate firm.
Funeral services were conducted a to
sometimes amounting; several
WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. by The Rev, David A. rive years later he opened hia hundred dollars on a single
RAMBLER DODGE Bow 1 e a of Venice-Nokomis own office and recently Joined 1 vehicle, and mileage taxes 2ti, ,u
?US S. Tsmiami Trail 0488.396S-048a.6150 'resbyterian Church Saturdayat C E. Pitts and his son Lau- have been charged to Alberta
Rawles Funeral Home den as a sales representative in Florida.
: SPECIALIST IN. for Sorrento Shores WARD SUTHERLAND truckers operating :
Brake RepairFront Lubricate Chasms Chapel. Burial will be in He is active in church work
End Alignment Oil Change I Wayne County, Mich. in Sarasota and feels that one Arcadia Mother\ Tampa ConventionSite d.: .
Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Beams Golfers still follow the 13 of his most Important works is I
Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair basic principles of "gowff" laid with the Gideon Society dispensing Faces Worthless For WI Vets
Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard bibles in the various
Radio Repairs Transmission Repair I down by the "22 noblemen and hotels, motels and other hostel Check ChargesMrs. Seven thousand World War I
gentlemen" who organized the ry's throughout the Venice Veterans will hold their 1965
ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Royal and Ancient Golf Club of area as well as other part of Betty Lou Williams, 24, national convention in Tampaat
Airconditioninq Repair and Installation St. Andrews in 1754 Sarasota and Manatee County. .
: ot Arcadia, was arrested Wednesday the new Curtis Hixon Memorial
by authorities there and Convention Center, It MISS JAN DILLON HAS BEEN NAMED recipient of u
m I Gen. John B. Medaris, former returned here to face charges was announced today by.Ralph anonymous $500 scholarship for nursing school upon compltt
I Elferdlnk'i of I leader of the U. S. space on six: charges of Issuing worthless Chapman manager of the ion of her senior work at Venice High School. Mrs. Charlei
team, receive,, an honorary checks. Greater Tampa Chamber of McG. Roberts, scholarship trustee, is shown presenting her
-- Sponsored by I| $1W,000 OFFi i degree in space science at The warrants were Issue by Commerce Convention Bureau. with the gift Miss Dillon Is the daughter of Mr. and Mn I
THE I t'P TO 49% Justice of Peace E. S. (Bill) The Chamber's Convention Samuel B. Dillon of Marathon, formerly of Venice. She ii
ceremonies
WATCH FOR commencement of Raymond and she was brought Bureau has been seeking this staying with Mr, and Mrs. Earl Edge while she completlher
VeniceDrove 17 the Brevard Engineering College here by Constable Jack Knuckles big convention for the past two high school work here.
THE of Melbourne. who said warrants have I and a half )'eal'8. Tampa was (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorfi!
cIJ 2nd ANNUAL been issued in Highlands and officially selected last weekend
CHILD CARE CENTER Manatee counties charging the at a Washington, D. C. I
ANTIQUE e I mother of four with similar of. board' meeting of the organize.ion. Antique Show Henry Parrolle
Open 6 Days a WeekDAY fences. .
Benevolent The World War I doughboyswill Here In March
CARE-7:30: a.m. to 5.30: p,m. \:: She la being held In Sarasota
SHOW KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 9 00 \: County Jail under $800 bond, hold their meeting Tam
Patriotic ; ;
1 ajn. : ,Ygt awaiting a preliminary hearingon pa, Sept. 18-22, 1965.OPTIMISTS Eighteen antique dealers New Head Chef

j to be held in Order of SE R TEI1tlJRt1y FOR BABIES f ( the charges in this county. from throughout the nation

MARCH I Q 6 Month to 2 Years. MEET will participate In the annual
Does PlAY SCHOOL DAILY w.c.1. ; In 1962, an hour's work In a Joseph Gerard antique three-day show and At Early Wynn'sHis
: graphoanaly-
No. 141 LAUREL factory bought 2.2 pounds of sale to be held here the second
DAY SCHOOL at will
speak on handwriting
roundsteak two in 1942 .
pounds week in March. name Is Henry Parr*
AND NURSERY analysis at the dinner meetingof He Is the head chef the
i and 1 5 pounds in 1932.Swim Sponsor of the show, to beheld at El
Laurel Rd. & Old Trail 488-2639 --- --- Optimist Club of Roberta ly Wynn'i Steak House
1>x at Early Wynn Lanes, Is
? Bay at Early Wynn's SteakHouse Just aa a fine artist killfi:
.. In tomorrow at 7:30: p m. the Benevolent and Patriot ly applies his paints to the ti
.1.. Order) of Does, Drove 141. Pro
870 He will analyze samples of vas, Henry uses food at t
I the members' handwriting for ceeds will go to the group. media to create come of tt
WaterAT distinctive personality traits, charity projects.A most delicious food an''Whr'With
Ward Wright, president said. preview tea will be held 1): years of experience b
hind him in some of the mo
-- the evening before the show exclusive resort spots in t It)
> f Warm Mineral ALLEN opens. Mrs. Garland Bowden is country, Henry knows wf.
Convalescent and chairman of the event. he's talking about when t

Springs Nursing Home Assisting her will be cochairman says:
Mrs. S. C. "Our first Interest, of courv
No guessing 24 Hour Nursing Service; CutlerJr. Is to build up our client'a T
12 Mites South of Venice Mrs John Artman, Miss
Phone Venice 4R8 Z10I
I we do by serving them t
: On US 41 Elaine Tempas and Mrs Edward -
lit PONd DS LION AVI.
'Knob. very Itntff. ..wI that, t UV)
1iilii1 -- "f.
'ajjii about the money ray hey But f a
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going even a step furtfo
r we're serving the public got'
met food at a price that near
best bookin DINNER SPECIALS every family can afford

"We know that for the nw<
ey, we have a steak dun
thislibrary that you couldn't possib'y: bon
k' the east coast for the >ai
EARL Y price but not everyo'
'k llLLL ![ Ywsir ] time.wants What a steak we're dinner offeringa all t

very large moderately'variety of priced fine"tw

As any woman knows v A.
n"M has ever even heated a bowls
Eahp'8 yM STARRING canned soup, the flavor ''
a et (taste is no better than the i'
BOB gredients. This is the d iff erf n
and the importance of Henry
cuisine, only the very fiw-
components are used to crew!
EUBANKSAT his deletablo dishes.
m With such reknown "e
cries" as the Lake Placid a
; : THE PIANO and the Hollywood Beach Hot
to testify to his skills, Hen<
F is one of the "MichelangelOfof
featuring his trade.Polling.
0r

Li- EMMY LOU Place

RUSTY iMovedToVG

o
The polling place in precu'
fat MONDAY February 3rd eight was officially chaw
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I from the Venice Municip.

ROAST PHILADELPHIA CAPONS *A Trailer Venice Park auditorium to U
I II IIi 35 Gardens Recreate
avory Dressing, Cranberry S.uce M* Center Thursday by SamE!

I TUESDAY February 4th County commissioners.
Despite the objection of Mr
BRAISED LEG OF WESTERN LAMB Virginia Meade, supervisor
Za4J registration, the relocation *>
Fresh! Mint Sauce approved by a 4-1 vote on tt
resolution with Johnson Wren >'
WEDNESDAY February 5th
I casting the dissenting i bI

ROAST FRESH JERSEY HAM lot.The
: t 52.35 change was requested r'
f Bavarian Sauerkraut the Venice Gardens Homeor

J It'i t Sarasota Federal lIVings pntbool-and the only thing better, ti having two THURSDAY. February 6th group ers Assn.termed because"access of what sr'B*''

Sarasota Federal savings panboott or at many ai you with" for whatever reasons you LAMS CHOP MIXED GRILL or parking problems" at the traen .

,j.-I; choose. A vacation !trip to Europe, t down payment on I home, a new sports car, a Broiled Tomato, Rather of Bacon, Pork 52 Dv Mrs park Meade site contended a po-
Sausage, Liver and Mushroom Cap log place should not be chan'
college education all tale money and the bat place to find that money ii your Sara ed during a presidential elf
FRIDAY, February 7th 2 SPECIALS "
iota Federal Mvingi Account. Start one lOOn! Savings In by Feb. 10, Mm from Feb. I. tion,of citing "the greater tout .r
j, BROILED DEEP SEA SCALLOPS ON TOAST 52 35 the relocation voters and would the cause"confu I

Rasher' of Bacon her basis for objecting to **

OVEN BRAISED FRESH BRISKET OF BEEF commission resolution.She .
newt I v
52 65 agreed that the
DOWNTOWN STICKNEY POINT Potstoe Pancakes radon la more accessible tH

1711 Main StreetSOUTHSIDE So T.61 at Sticka.y rW RJ. will provide adequate parkin*
I ALL ENTREES INCLUDE but recommended it not t to|

CHOICE OF changed until 1965.:

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So. Trail at Bee Ridge Rd. 446 So. Tamtam! Trail Bated Potatoes French Fries for an

Vegetables de Jour enioyableday GOLf f
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Sherbet or Ice Cream TRY

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I jVeiU Night Classes Grove Banging It Out we The had Tetter a good-0-Duplex time! doing Is takenon it. Motorist Cited In 3-Way In Ladies'Deadlock Golf

both sides now ZeUs Raines
new coarse have been Real Estate Course City and Cleora I Pigg from Terre
announced Three by the Community The second 12-week course in Haute: Ind, are her for probably ['wood Mishap and Dulcie June Wright Johnson, Nancy tied for Malone first
They to'clud" Real With Pat Bane months side
Estate two
School In Sarasota- Fundamentals will on one place in the low putt tourney
: register Wednesday from S to GleaningsBy On the other side are Mr and held Wednesday at Lake Venice
Education 7 in Mrs. William Warneckl from I
Driver p m room 201 of Sarasota ENGLEWOOD A North Golf Club br the Lake Yen-
The class in driver education, High School. This is from the "Follower" of the Baptist Church. Read it Detroit. They are here for at field, Minn. resident was charged Women's Golf Assn. with
watch U i recommended by the Richard Traugott who has LOIS D. ALSTON carefully and give it a thought o r two. "The 23rd Channel-The least three months. with failure to yield the scores of 31.Runnerup .
.tate 20 years of age who are"ulle in real estate in Sarasota anda Woods, daughter of Mr and eth me sit down and do nothing 1 for HI. name's sake, because itt We hadn't seen Lola Wallace after the car he was was Em Rohmann with
for a driver. license.IUC former teacher of Sarasota Mrs Morris Williams, Placida, requlreth all my spare time, I I: keepeth me from doing my about yesterday so walked driving was involved in an accident 32.
105 of Sarasota High High will again teach the and Alton Moran, of Punta Gor- duty as a Christian, because i it; presenteth me so many good over to see if she wss all right. with a motorcycle at the In the hole division, Dnna
School.' course. da, were married Thursday, shows that I must see It reston, my knowledge of the things And she sure wean'She\ was intersection of McCall Road Wild Grace Tomlmson and
Students interested In enroll. Included in the course are January 23rd, at 2;OD p.m., in of the world, and keepeth me as sick as a pup. Called Dr. and Fray Street. Frankyp Powell tied for the
log In the class must furnish the following class headings: the Placida Church of God. from the study of God' Word for her to reach with her hands Williams to come as soon as he Highway Patrol Trooper Hen- top spot with IS I 's. Hazel Sebastian -
valid earners permit or driv. Definition of Real Estate, Real The Rev. B. E. Newell, pastor, It leadeth me in the paths of and lift herself to a sitting position could. He was there by 1:30 ry 0. Walters said Russell F. was second with 16.Elferdink's .
I health certificate. Estate Market, Right of Owner officiated in the presence of failing to attend the evening It'. quite a contraption and she has the flu We are ao Turner, 64 of Northfield, was

!5afeeof$500whlchinclud. ship in Real Estate, Legal Aspects the families and a few friendsof worship services, and doing -oOn glad her niece, Mary Robbins, traveling west on Fray Street iI"I A If Fa ......
$300 registration fee andMOO of Contracts, Real Estate the couple. A reception was nothing in the Kingdom of God. the 23rd of this month we is with her. However, we will and turned onto McCall Road
es book deposit.The Contracts, Land Surveying, held at the Fellowship Hall of Yea though I live to be a hundred lose our nice new neighbors, take turns going over to see if into the path of a motorcycle of Osprey !
will meet each Transfer of Interest In I shall we can be of any assistanceFoxNelson operated by Richard C. Martin
clalll Real Es the Church after the ceremony keep on watching the Huegla's. They have boughta I I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I
7 to 9 P.m. for IS tate, Deeds, Taxes and Assessments The young couple will reside in my TV set as long as it will new trailer in Sarasota and 24. Englewood. ;,:
and students must and work There were no Injuries Dam- t'P TO 49"1.. OFFlIIfIlIIIIJIIIIIIIIIJJIIJJIJIIIIIIIIIIII I 1
weeks the many others. Punta Cords for it is my closest companion are having it brought down to
mVke arrangements Satlur The class should be of value -0 Its sound and Its picture Shady Haven here in Englewood Team age to the vehicles involved
Jiving( instruction on to persons in real estate, loans they comfort me It pre.lenteth and moving in shortly wai estimated at $30 each ........_h..._...
The class will be limited banking, title insurance, law Diane Celest Willi., daughter entertainment before Doubles TitleistsDick -------- ---
days given to office of Mr. and Mrs Charles Willis, and iIIIII IIIJIIJI IIVhIIIIfIIIUIIHIIIlIIItIIIIIl! II !
with preference being or any other profession me, keepeth me from doing
who do not have the which has association with real Pelican Drive, Groveland, important things for my Mr. and Mrs Paul Sayler Fox and Ken Nelison of .I
persona made her first communion at from Dayton, Ohio, will spend VENICE MOVIE LOG
estate.A
to take the course famIly. It fills my head with Venice defeated Len Williams
ipportumty during the day program. For registration fee of $3.00 II the Church of the Epiphany, Ideal which differ from those several weeks here at the homeof of Nokomis and Higgle Roper
.dditional Information call 958- charged for the course and Is last Sunday fet forth in the word of God. her brother, Gresham Scollyof of Venice Gardens Wednesdayfor GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
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1332 or visit the Sarasota Com payable the first meeting. Additional Surely, no good thing will come Alta Vista the men' doubles championship MniiT.M..WW Ir.nk NInNn. D..F.*,;..III. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
unity School, 1001 S. Washington Information Is avail. Kevin Morrissey, from Port of my life, because my TV of the Venice Shuffle- A.'.. xkln .. I.ml. A...... r nn.. Norlh .. V.1t. 41
Blvd.Schmitt._ able at the school or by phoning Jefferson, L. I., N. Y., is hereon offereth me no good time to do Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnall board Club by the close scores 4 FOR TEXAS!: (I..... PrI..8..? OftI7
958.1332. a visit with his brother the will of God: thus I will were our guests at a belated of 79-78 and 6 -63. .hl. PM'"
Speed Reading 'ourae whose home is on Pelican dwell In the place of the Devil birthday of Mr ArnaU's. They Th.r.E,1..O.tea.. ,-r-a ar PER CAR
Again A new class in Speed Read. Road. and his angles forever. (With Next time you make meatballs Wtll nuitmiTFK
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ing will be held on Mondays apologies! to the Great Authorof had planned to be with us on from ground beef and WORD IN THK STONK hl .t. s-a-a
and Wednesdays, from 7 to 9 Mr. and Mrs Johnny Goodman the 23rd Psalm.)" that evening but the new shop pork, add a little grated Par tJHAGSTRir-PL.- RIOT
VG Assn p.m. in room 210 at the Sarasota and baby Paula, of Tam. -o- needed their attention. But we mesan cheese along with the M.an., s... a .... t .... HOT ROD GAVGr I
Heads High School. paid visit last toasted him just the same and other ingredients. D
A registration pa, an overnight Do all of you talented! people
fee of $3.00 will be charged Monday-Tuesday, to Johnny's Nfffff11rN1111fN fin f ..........-..-..-..-..-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-.- -. H __ _.
Charles E. (Chuck) Schmitt for this course. parents, Mr and Mrs. George know about the $500 contest the ; --- ----.... .....-.....-...' .............-...4

las been installed for his sec. This class is designed for Goodman, Placida Road Jaycees of Venice are puttingon r/ 4
end term as president of the adults who wish to increase -0- ? No matter where you live, J Z
Venice Gardena Homeowners their reading speed and those When the weather doesn't or your age, as long as you are
who wish to improve their suit you, cheer up for it I. unpleasant not a professional, y'ou may I I Dine Out Often I
Asher officers include CharlM reading ability. on that other west enter Rehearsal is at Teen :
D. Worstall, first vice-presi- Aid is available for business coast bordering the Pacific. Haven at the Venice airport on
dent; Oliver H. Collett, serving and professional people who Mrs David Lewis, 21 Downing Jan. 30. The time Is 7:30: I understand Y
his second term as second vice. have vast amounts of reading St., had a letter from her Navy but you can check on
president, Charles 1.. Wilson, to do in very limited time ton Terry Blaha this week in that when you Inquire i it's fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY F&
treasurer; Mrs. Marguerite schedules. Techniques for read. which he wrote, "I'm In Seat Went visiting last evening to !
Gntfin secretary; Mr.. John Ing more rapidly with better tle now and It'. real darn cold Orange Street to see the Reeds J
Wilion: serving her fourth term understanding will be given. here. It hailed about 30 minu Their coin booth in the Drug :
is corresponding secretary; Machines and materials tes the other day and I almost Store is well in Van. INNrItIII1NfNffINf.111+ ... .
doing .
are very -- .---....----....-.-..-.-.
Sam Roth and Walter Geisaer, available for practice froze to death. Its been rain. ice. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT .t
three-year trustees; Vernard The class is designed to meet ing for the last week and foggy NIGHTLY
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Bradley and George Hough, the individual reading needs of The weather out here is Featuring JOHNNY: ALBRECHT At The Organ i
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Mrs. L. Riser drove down
H. ITS OUR
each awful. PLEASURE
one year trustees, replacing T adult, with each one work.
from Venice Gardens with
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Willing and J. Biederman; Ing on the particular phase of -0- : LOBSTER SPECIAL FRIDAY AND
Ralph Chase, chairman, James reading improvement that in New-comera to the Grove. very large box of Christmas SATURDAY NIGHTS Z
Wins and George Cook, nominating terest him, whether it be speed, land area are Paul and Fred. cards for us yesterday We : LUNCHEON SERVED DINNER SERVED t
committee. better comprehension or theacquisition die Bierre who have purchaseda sure do thank her a lot.. : From 12 to 2 PM. From to 10 P.M. TO SERVE YOU I

Committee appointments Included of a better vocabu home there, and moved from -o -
: le levy their old home of many years Alys Arnall! vent, off on a 24 Come By Boot Come By Car To |! '
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Chaplain, The Rer. F J. For additional information in front of Fnglewood School hour ramping trip with 28 Other
!Shearer; assistant, Conrad call the Community School Of. Also returning to this area members of her Scout group. r THE DECKHOUSE
Schmidt flee 958-1332 or visit the office after several years stay in Riv- They pitched four tents (each !
Blond Bank O. H. Collett, located at 1001 S. Washington erview Fla., are the Bill Goffs tent holds seven girls) but only Z TARPON CENTER CLOSED TUESDAYS 488.2391O'DOLAN'S l .
chairman; John Wilson, Mrs. Blvd. Bill is employed by the Seaboard 28 were there, at Mrs Clifford ...--...........-.....-.......--............-.......
J. L Ferguson, A. F. Schafferand Electricity Course Railway Hill's house on Bayshore Drive BAYVISTARESTAURANT i i'I
Mrs C. E. Schmitt. A course in electricity designed Brand-new-comers here are Friday after assembly call all '
Grievance Committee Ben to extend the knowledgeof Mr and Mrs. Charles Reece girl. got their bed roll. out and BAR COCKTAIL LOUNGEFLO
J Peters, three-year term; persons employed in occupations and two daughters who hail then made a "PorcupineStew
Clyde Kammerer, two-year that require additional from Kentucky. He is employedin ." This consisted of Round 'I FLO AND TOM DOLAN, Owner Rd. & SD 775 Englewood Phone 474-1880

term; Sam Roth, one-year know how. The course includes Punta Gorda. Beef, onions, tomatoes mired finest PIZZA this side
FISH FRY All the Fish!
term. basic electricity, national elec. -0- with vegetables Alys said they S1.50 l
Auditing Committee C. F. tric rndes, definitons of elec' Mr and Mr.. W. O. Rigdon. thoroughly enjoyed it. of Ireland Every Friday you can eat.
Ball;, chairman; J. F. Bums, trical trrms. electrical materla's of 10th St? spent last weekend Saturday morning aftetroll V SPFCIALIZING IN SANDWICHES
0 H. Collett and mrthnd in Winter Haven visiting call, the girls got breskfsst: KOSHER CORN BEEF CHOJCE OF SALAD FROM TLU SALAD BAR
By Laws Committee. This la i a 18.week course and friends. eggs, fruit and rmla Then --I, ITALIAN MEAT BALL ROTARY MEETS HERE[ TUESDAY AT NOON
George Hough, chairman; begins Tuesday. Registrations: -- cleaned up. A contest was heM PHONE BAR.B.Q PORK OR BEEF Dinner Srved 5.9 p.m. Weelday*-128 p.m on Sunday

C George I E.!: Schmitt Gerdts, Mrs R Hatch, will night be and accepted also on on Feb.the opening 8 and St The entertained Fred Ecclen their! ,daughter Mango of and knot hope tying.to do They It again all lovedit soon 488.1153 touted Just South of Intersection o* a Short Orders and Lunches I II I em. to 5 p.m. )

Mosquito Control \Committee: 11. The class will meet each anb son-in-law i Layne end Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holland Route 775 and U.S. 41 On The Trail

O. H. Collett, chairman; Tuesday and Thursday from David Alston and small grandson from Kenton, Ohio, are .
George Jaros 7 to 10 .m in David Keith, of Fernan-
C. D. Worstall, p ? a classroom in here on a vacation. They are _
t. A. Venice dma Beach, Fla., over. the I 1 ::!" _
Winn, Wm. Loeffler, WailerGeisser High School. The instructors touring Florida to see where
C, E. Schmitt. will be Mr. Diehl and weekend. On Monday eveninga Ken will feel better At present -
Entertainment Committee Mr. Hale. family get-together and spaghetti they are house guest. of
FIRST & FINEST
Vemard Bradley, chairman; Further Information may' be dinner was given at the Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hall on INI
Lois Garlock, Mrs J. Bieder- obtained by calling Mr Tal- Eccles' home for the George Washington Street
man, Mrs. C. Kirchway, Mrs. madge Rushing, South County Alston family The David Als -
1. Wflson. Coordinator, at Venice 4118-6726, tons returned to Fernandina onTuesday.
Welcorninr and Membership or the Sarasota Community Mrs. Harry White Is home SHOPPING AREA VENICE
from the nursing home in Venice I
Committee C. D. Worstall, School, 9581332.20PerCenTRise. -at-
chairman Dick Geary's father, from where she went after her
; M. Busbey
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Min A. LMhmae, Mrs. M. Wil- Toronto, Canada, has spent a hospital discharge Mr. White
warns, Mrs. C Klrchwa month with his son and wife has put up a sort of trapeze
E. Jackmsn, Mrs C. RammerWeJfe ), Mrs- Florence at the New Point from the ceiling above her bed, OWN TOWN ENICE
the bar near enough
Roth, lra. ***. In Illegitimates Comfort home. He found Dick having
: very busy with his sign paint.
CONA Committee ing and Florence with her eight
Walter
Censer, chairman O H. JACKSONVIlLE-The State piano pupils. Dick came originally 1 .0 '
'It't, C. E. Schmitt.;Alternates Col- Board of Health today said the from Canada where he thrifty shoppers please take note
J' Wilson T, Williams, Geo.: birth ratio per 1,000 population served with the Canadian .
Lenn of illegitimate babies In FlorIda Army.
has risen 20 per cent in -o-
10 years. District Deputy of Odd Fellows YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER DOWNTOWN\ !
Party For Elks Comparing 1952 figures with Oscar DeMann spent the
those of 1962, Everett H. Williams weekend with Past Grand John
( Jr, director of theboard's Albrecht, 81 North St ... ,
Slated .to.- .. _nrR: .--- __ ___ -
FridayJohn Bureau of Vital Statistics -0-
said, "Some of this may Mrs Grace Newby and Mr. t I DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP
Townsend Is chairman be due to better reporting but Clair King, of Chicago, were
d the annual Elks Millionaires mostly It represents a true recent house guests of Mrs SHULTON'S DESSERT FLOWER DEODORANT I Palm Beach Pro Walk Shorts and Pro Slacks

Party, net for Friday at 8 p.m. rise." Sena Anderson at her Spotless Vt PRICE SPECIAL In Pleated and Plain Front Styles
at the Elks Club. In 1952 there were 74.219 Town home.

Members and visiting-) guests births reported 5,989 illegiti -- 231 I W Venice Av.. 488-6776 Medical Center Bldg. 225 W Venice Ave 488.1620
are invited. Door prize will be mate. In 1962, there were 115- i, ,..?--?.. .. IN.in in 11 in i 1 111 imimn """"".
iIIIIII1Tr -.n w. -
awarded 248 births reported 11,149Ulegitimate. YOU CAN SAVE WAYS I..a..
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VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRYS
Williams said illegitimate On Auto Insurance e t Rings.
Wedding Ringi
Tabell To SpeakOn births rose among white and OLIVETTI
non-white during the decade I 1. NEW LOW RATES AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD I Watches Silverware Jewelry
Investments but the ratio for non-white was 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS Sales Service Supplies We Repair All Male Watch and Jeweler Repair

still about nine times that of 3, LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY Stuart Merricl, Owner W.VaniceAv,. 488-3119
Edmund Tabell of New York the white r 235 W Miami Ave 488.2473 _
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wiy, ;known in financial circles He said ci compared with I S3* S8-"' > DRIVE-IN

II ant OIIe of the five most important countrywide figures, "Florida's & *TAY'ORHA'RDW': RE & PAINT CO GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
iii on Wall Street will be ratio of illegitimates i Is considerably Now Showing Open Fri.. Sat. & Sun. Onlyragrplus
Sarasota for a one.da, visit higher. This Is due almost SLIP-EX TREDS 4 For T* oi Showinq Thil Week-End
Thuroday and will give a public l entirely to the higher j \ D Kief
lecture. on investments: at 7.30: proportion of non-whites In 116 W. Venice Avenue Sure-Foo+.d Safety and Comfort While You Shower or Bath Starts Friday I -

Pro at Lido Casino. Florida and the higher ratio of ajw. ''Q: phon.: 488-22BO The Sword In The/ Stone Hot Rod Gang
l8 aenior non-whites over U.S. 2<(3 W. Venice Are 488-4909
dent ail and viceprealwalalon Co., and- non-whites.Florida The United States ] : ... ._. .......1 ......lea'1trrf"IW'r "

head learch of department the companv's Walston re- and race Florida show ratios little for differencesover the white VENICE TILE & FLOORS Welcome' To

JL.!Co. Ia a member of the the past 20 years" VENICE SEED & FEED STORE
York stock Exchange He said 70 per cent of the Illegitimate CARPETS VINYL FLOORS ,
Tlbell will be guest of the com- births In 1962 were ATTENTIONMANUFACTURERS FLEXALUM SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER
:e'a Sarasota office while In to mothers under 25. a slight Dial 488.3457
248 W Miami Ave
Increase over the 1952 figures. 1 RETAILERS WHOLESALER 311 W Venice Av*. 488-1117
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ST. ANNUAL
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES VENICE STATIONERS

TRI.CITY HOME & INDUSTRY SHOW IF YOUR AD WAS HERE OTHERS LIKEVALENTINE
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY FOR ALL THE FAMILY
TRADITIONAL I February 26-27.28-29, 1964 I

let us style your f,vor vsieor Rinqlnq Bros. Winter QuartersTHIS PAPER PARTY GOODS YOURSELF WOULD BE READING IT!

ceramic Into beautiful Ump IS AN EXHIBITION TYPE SHOWIf 488-611J
t 211 W, Venice Ave. ,

Rowlrlng Rostyllllg/' your product or service pertains to sports, travel, __ .n ,__...._.__'P-, 1 ,',f r1'
All Lomp Ktpoirt; recreation or hobbies the, show It for you. I '
SPECIAL PRIZES GIFTS ENTERTAINMENTFor . I I
Deilgnsn and RUTH'S ALTERATIONS JIM WRIGHT'S
Work I by Experienced ContactS. ,
Information Regarding Booth Space j
Cr.ftamttl M. JIMISON FOR THE FINEST A T RATI9NS. SHIRTS SLAX I't: !

THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I VENICE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE In Mn'l and Women's GarmenH v enlce, Ave 488.3080 \\1

PHONE 488-4106 22J Miami,' Ave 08-1562' i
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I If ou happen to be who one did of Literary Expression Materials, Interpretation, Interprets of!

The Editor: that rule was enforced. ':5 hundreds of people tion of Social Study Reading
fora
f MENDER OF THE A&MHIATKD rMEs5Tb. Why not advertise Venice as A NEWCOMER not omplete requirements General Mathematical

--laW Prey .la eicliiil,..|I. milled" M ,ww for ......b''...._ of all I doT Venice. hUh! school diploma and find Interpretations of Abilityand
d.p.teb..r"IItM. k It nr no' .'hrr.w,. rrrdaM ,. 'h.. .."..,. .nd .... it more difficult to get and obtain Natural
Joe.1 ..... publbbed. lama All mhui," of npubllcaliol apacial dlapeUhmf Affix to the back of the envelope To The Editor position without one the Science.
.... of each letter writea a
an r--L you Community School A recent study in California.

T. .._ ODd i....l., d.mtline mn"'nt > thl ....M,'.per..h enprrlehted' and seal from "Circus Animal I want to thank you very Sarasota the G.E.D. of 606 graduates from Jun.
... administer or
it apuhllawo .a ...r,...lr forhddm' "".' I b. .rIrn ..'m'.I.' Seals" (Venice Stationers, 36 much for the splendid cooperation will week. Colleges and a four year innb;
for 15 cents) with these words: you gave us in informing Tests next tution showed that 81
fOITOIIAl I and the senior desiring to take the I per cent
NATIONAL Visit Venice Fla., Winter the handicapped Anyone had entered after
completingthe
ORj T' of the Greatest Showon citizens to register on January toot must have a yean residence
t Quarters G.E.D. Test
q\ 20
be yearsof
11El. : : Earth. 18th. in Florida,
desire additional
If .
and must havea you Information
I have delayed writing you as age or older
., MRS. B. H STENGER, History such as cost, possl.
the American
I wanted to present occults credit in
h Edward 0. Ball, Editor and Publisher' Route 1, Box 527, : and Government or pass an bility of retake, history examination .

; c., Courtney Willis, Eiecurive Editor Venice, ns.Editor's Total registration, 292 I equivalency test on the nub- such, hours, call 958.1332 of examination or
riAVE'SDIATRI and Isis
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excellent -
'O ( Note: An Sarasota 225.Venlce.Nokomia.
George Zuraw, Advertising; Manager; Idea. Mrs. Sttnger). 54 l I Ject.The five testa which take approximately the Sarasota Community

Roger; Kilby, Mechanical Superintendent Englewood, 13. By Dl'FFY LEWIS 10 hours to complete School Office at 1001 S. Wash
handicapped, 97 Correctness of ing ton Blvd.SEVENTH.
Physically Includes:
.2S Good it Is to hear that a frl end in far-off Manhattan millesdon't
$3
RATES In county $5 25 per year. per
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To Editor
SUBSCRIPTION The : In dire need of financial assistance of
in at least one
six month. $2.75 per three months. 10 cents per copy. Out of, From the beginning, the Cityof 29. this mess of words when they appear GONDOLIER

county, $6 25 per year $4 21' per six months, $3 per three months planned Venice and has developed been so that well I Age 35-40 grouping- 4. these Here's fast-growing what the man, semi-week says: .'V);Vhat'y editions I mean of is our I, will that cancel if you are my I Venice Area Church Directory 1

streetparking not going to write any more I 1 lor the paper
am wondering why any 40-49 50 "

To SeeIt is allowed: Comparatively 50-59 125 subscription. that So I don't try anymore. So I
The Man heard from us
large cities I have visited 60-54() 53 Having well at the VENICE ASSEMBLY Of GOO !: DAY AOVCNTIST
we considered going to our 50th found myself pretty I .. Trail. H ml eaet ef Rt
delivery r- 41Noaomla.
lure ti nice to know the man to see when you want require every car, even 65 and over 57. class reunion, he writes: "I front end of the platform. Venice Br-War .t Mrrtie'P.A.mn.... Fla.PeatM .
cars to run into a drive Average age of registrants, Rr. Victor Maurice I.
I Ganta
Ueoree
bureaucratic jungle.On .
something done in Washington's don't don't to local comes along] School. iota., *-m- I
; way before stopping 55 yrs.. 7 mos. see why you go "Well a Sundar 11:00, .... Saturday' t.M a-m. lest
Smathert rose ; the reunion if you have the and I get on the front car. H t Moraine Wonblp.. Prayer ServiceI till ""...., sons..
two recent occasions Senator George; of that The Rotarn Anns did a remarkable EvenlMService./ ': p"
This means, course courage Of course you could hot night and most 6f the .tnevl. Hearer MerUns. IrM a c.
lend hand to the Venice area when it job in Sarasota, and a W '
to the occasion to a cars not in use must be run into make it, but not me. I was windows are open So I find a NORTH PORT CHARLOTTI
encountered frustration after frustration in dealings; with garages Garages then the Jaycees were most helpfulin 1916 but If I am alive in 1966 1'' seat the car is pretty well VKNICE-NOKOMIS METHODIST CHURCHES

federal agencies. could not be used for storage Venice don't think I will go All I will crowded at that on the east IHUKCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
s This Is not too inconvenient Now that we have these bald the | P.I. A...... a Poln","" 488JHI (xommantty Center
and
purposes is bunch of old from
officer from Venice, see a side of the car away .
,
Force PMUWWonhip
Air I MutUlerSundar
Item: Last August an facts I hope that we will be John loule .onae. fir Torreaco reWnoe
home about the when one gets used to jerks the kind that Barrett platform. Well across the seat ., &.._. S,SO ..... and. II llnW .... Wanhlp Manus
stationed at the time in Vietnam wrote able do something for these
it. And the streets look wonderful to Wendell had in mind. And one from me is an old couple of Children Cla a held ilmuluamnwile
diet-deficient orphans in hit area. The Venice Area Chamberof entirely free of cars people. f'bu..h .5rhal" .. 1:14. as Adult -:k*
order of the few, I must say disadvantages course as my sainted mother Method, y..b F.llowob, ado ,.. J ;
Commerce organized "Project Vitamin C. In short Police cars would have to PHIL L. SALVATORI, of retirement is in used to say 'AGE Is relative'

area residents and Florida citrus processors contributed 15 tour streets occasionally to see Sarasota walking the streets in the day- well the guy is an old jerk of EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH TRINITY METHODIST Center CHURCH

tons of juice. time you see so many old and about 70 (wow! I guess momis HOC Pate.5. Tamiaml, rhe Re Trmll. Charlm. L a's-lass Row Alva Community A ...Id.... IIlnl...,.
haul the thoroughly unattractive people right the pot is calling the Church School.! S,IS ..". Sunday .:4: a.":.,.warship "Kemie.EPISCOPAL
to juice,
which supposed
The Air Force, was ....
kettle black) well, let'smake Wonhip$ ID,10 i
backed out after the Saigon government was overthrown. 1-- Too Late To Classify : MISSION
"I few him a little older
rent free in a Sarasota went to Chicago a LAKEHIUE LUTHERAN CHURCH Al Scout H.....
Meanwhile the juice languished years agd," he says in continuo "He has the real, live, wide 4 ml South o. US. 41IT P eter M.... Vicar.
warehouse Finally, the VAAC appealed to Senator Smathers, ance of this theme, "and I ran awake expression of the farmer ,. R... M.I.o l l H. M..er. IMSOMWonhip Sunday It0 a-m.' .Wonhip ...**
who referred the matter to the Navy't "Operation Hand. By RUSSELL KAY into two or three of my old in Grant Wood's 'American ,,' 110",1.... IDiIU .. .,

clasp" and things began to happen. Hafpily. the Navy There are some interesting characters in Florida among classmates.I They would come Gothic. His hands are clasped Sundar UMM 1"b.S cite .am.Hlble ..... FIRUT N.BAPTIST B....,.. Blvd CHURCH

got the project off the ground a couple ago and them Dick Pope of Cypress Gardens and Tugboat Kate Thorn- up and say: 'Hello Gale! Well, on his knees. He is perhaps a The Rev. Cberlea E. CuthbertewiM'aiater

now the juice is on its way to Vietnam. hill of Miami. While most of us are quite familiar with the Dick Duffy, they were bald, fat, and porter or maybe a night watchman FIRST cHRCHTOT CHRIS, 41a.m.., Sunday. Scho'IKMa.m

Friends of the of the Venice Area, Pope and Cypress Gardena story, few have ever heard the almost ready for wheel-chairs. He is dressed in his best 101 W.t Vmt.a A...... Sunday II Worahip. Set ion
Item: The Library amazing account of Mrs. Thornhill, probably the only woman I would never have known shirt and tie and his Sunday Ven""," slaps, Touni People'

Inc. a non-profit undertaking, began trying last August to stevedore boss in the United .. .. I them. It was discouraging, No blue suit and on his head a fine Sundir "-'I.... II s ssuds Qoapel Mwt. Sen' .
-04))
L t m.
obtain from the Internal Revenue Service the designationof States agea to overcome her Duffy, I say to hell with It." looking hat. You know the kind Wednmdar School.. S p U m.I a.nu Wedn.....,. TON p... Mid..... Pne.er .
itself as a charitable organization. This was necessary to Written for the popular cap. nanal'l I But Gale must have looked in of a guy who probably wears Reading Room 10 ..... to I c m. dallr ..,.1...

make it ta< enempt and therefor. make it eligible for donations Reader's Digest feature, "The A truly remarkable : the mirror while shaving, he a cap during the day :I .dar..wt...Sunday..I.n from and f hoUd.to S. ,., and Frt- MAZAREM: :

including one of 10000., Most Unforgetable Character I Togboat Kate Thornhill.Tangibles being smooth-shaven and nota "Well, the window is open I CHURCH OF .THB
VenloeJwt
Ever Met," by Anne L Bowes, Beatnick when we last saw behind him. I Just happen I GRACE METHODIST: CHURCH Eart Soul ef JuneUoa 41 and tilC.
After endless correspondence with the IRS and getting; it recounts the amazing experiences him in spite of his living in to be looking that way and seea Corner of Field and D... M Aadre... MlnbterPhone .
nowhere, an appeal for help was addressed to Senator I of her mother whose SlowIn Greenwich Village, for he hand Stan to come thru the Rev. Milm, DoP..... ..........1.

Smathers. The senator got busy and on last Jan. 22 the varied accomplishments are so seems to have had a change of window. The doors close and Wonhip, School.Service.S ItM,4S .am.Bandar .... Sunday.."i"' .School.Wonhip.S M 1e:1I em.M : ....

IRS got around to doing the necessary. remarkable that it is difficult heart and mailed us that up- the hand closes on the 0 J's Wonhip Service, 11KK) .... Youth ....-. Ill, p..
Mod M. y. r,. I'M Ermine ........ t,09 p m.Wedneaday .
lifting-of-hopes pm.Bible
It's. pity it takes such string-pulling to get things done to believe any one woman FiledSarasota d magazine hat and off it comes grasped Studr fill ..., Wedne. .,. Pt.yef Mretmi. 1M ..,
could experience so much in a Being em Maturity one mag we had firmly by the hand. The O.J.
'm this democracy, but on the other hand it's good to have single lifetime never happened to see It's inspiring clasps his head and looks up, CALVARY REFORMED CHURCH

someone to build t fire under somebody when needs be. ."That stout hearted woman County Tax Assesssot to read about the diverse thinking I suppose that the CHURCH IIP CATHOI THE EPIPHANY OF VENICE GARDENS

a the Miami docks pursuits of us senior citizens wind has taken the hat. North' Harbor Drl. and fcarauu Wreet IMS Non rUnraa Drrve
standing on
William N. Stuart an Telephone. 4 S-! IIHI. The .... Frank J. s__, PaamtSuadae
To Tell The Truth and barking orders at tough "Then I hear hearty laughter Re.. M. r f-eonto W Cuunmmia.Paitor i School, .:4. .-...
longshoremen is. I always have nounced today that as of Jan. Edna Ferbrr has a feature and there's a man on the Moraine Wonhlpl IllO ....-

to remind myself, my mother," 31 only 20 per cent of the 1964 story in this current issue platform waving the hat. The Sund visa,a.M._. SiOS I Winter.... .IVhedulol IaN, a.m. I Ce..- Ry.Mk.sl rise ps
President Johnson has chosen Carl Rowan to replace states Mrs Bowes Tangible Personal Property where she says, "To be aliveis train starts to move. The O.J. Oonfe ionat aturdar 4 M *> I,M I

ailing Edward R. Morrow as director of the United States Then she goes on to tell how Returns had been filed in his a fine thing. It is a unique turns, sees the man, jumps up ..... and t.M, te ale p... I T. RAPHAFL1I FNGIXWOOD tTKORCBOF

Information Agency.: we happen to find her there today I office. In 1963 there were approximately thing. It happens only once in yells, 'Stop you so-and-so' The VbNKE-NOKOMIS PRESBYTERIAN fa. ... 11_. Geem w. 00._
let's I 4.000 Tangible a lifetime. To be alive, to know old gal with him is convulsedwith CHURCH PailorSunday
bellowing, "Hey get
Carl Rowan is a remarkable man of considerable achieve Kaeld A BowleaS4 SiM, ....
Personal Property Returns consciously that you are alive, all therest Mintetert Hem
laughter as are
!1" "What do think I
going .
...
_to For thing he the handicap of being you The RiaHo. Venice Holyuay Mao SiOa
overcame
and relish
on. to
am paying you for?" Grinning filed with a total assessed valu- that knowledgethis of the passengers who had Trkpha.a.sass. Cenlemkma Before Mam
bom a Negro in Warren County Tennessee, and went on in response, her steel muscledmen ation of $28561,421 is a kind of magic seen the incident. The O.J, is %ind.r School 5u, a.m.Wonhip
.....,
to become an internationally-recognized+ \ newspaper reporterin swing into action. Hatches Stuart called attention to a Indeed it is a "kind of mag on his feet, his face a beet red Frllowihlp. Hall Henrlcee| II Bonder..., bardetl 5:55. lane- CONGRBOATIONALCpRnmANIVANGK1JOAL
Minneapolis. More recently he has been U. S. Ambassadorto open. Tons of bananas shrimp, provision in the law which ic" to enjoy being alive. Not and he is jumping up and KiarrSAINT. AMD RHPDRMliO

Finland.He rice and other imports come makes it mandatory that a 10 everyone seems to be of the down He .Is wild and when we The Bee H MlaleterServlcee II".D..
from below decks opinion To the question polite. get into Astor Place whereI MARKS rPIRrOPAL CHURCH ..... hi *
boiling held MmperarHy
gave up newspapering; when the late President and whiz up down the per cent penalty be applied for ly banal "How are you?" thereis get off, he is still jumping Riviera at ............ Venice .ardeM _,... Center at 11
called him to to help fashion the New conveyorsto failure to file prior to April I. often the "Well I'm The Rer Donla' Doe P.._ Rector .... Snndava.Church .
Kennedy Washington the waiting trucks 1964. He said he does not like answer up and down and yelling. Well I -Sunder ....__ School, wife .emmea for aSana
Frontier. just fair to middling There'sno 1155 .... .
Duffv that' your Baghdad-en- : HolY.mlDoaloa the adult .rlaea Sid. a.m.at
This unusual stevedore boss to penalize taxpayers and urges etrevt .
...
use complaining It won'tdo remember S 04J Famlhr Wonhip Mania Recreatkm (Voter. Adutt .emm. I 41am.
As so often happens in such cases, Rowan began loudly is a sort of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. all personal property tax he-Subway( at you pro_ .SermonS at home of C.< and ...., lee.mond .
you any good. And yet we ... .
it. .
M Adult Bible iliad aivdChurch _
.
: Bhd
o
to their H
Is KnhrM
scolding his former profession for the very practices by Hyde personality She Just as payers try to get personal know a man downtown who School
which he gained world renown for himself. much at home dressed in an property returns in at the agrees with Edna in replying So, with this sardonic story lea .-.. Mornlni' Prarer a.d Ventae Gerdeua.
If _..
Yorker off
evening the our New signs
gown conducting first opportunity. CHAPEL
BAPTIST
to "Howd'ye" with "I'm alive SOUTH VENICE:
On occasion he blasphemed the for being Inter-American Music Confer you read the Chicago story ina ,
one press According to Stuart the State and glad of it" This magazine FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OP VENICE Barfta Dr. 4 Old ? ile. p nn4l Kd
too "scoop conscious" in reporting governmental affairs.A ence which she organized with recent issue we can now supply Richard. R. lord.. P..tor Her Arthur M SpllleT. PrSnnder .
in law also requires an up-to-date! emphasizes those kinds of the correspondent's name, Bundav Babel S 4S ... ..,....... Sl4 ....
reporter isn't much of a reporter if he isn't "scoop headquarters MiamI. return be filed each year and folks. with his permission. He Is Fred W ..hp, ....,.., :lltoa a ..... ........ d tv..h.. II... as
conscious" and Rowan was a good one. When not bossing her gang that his office cannot accept Having brought up the subject Tralnlna- Ualou' I,M p.Emins au
Gottfried for whose family our .. VENICE BIBLE CHURCH
the docks she is at Service. eso p.
on
'' quite "same as last year" written on of us who have ripened to .., ........
As President Kennedy's Deputy Assistant Secretary of home Gottfried Creek is named. His WeHneular Pr. Meetlnr/ t:Be pea m L T. Trail
playing a Chopin con the form. maturity or beyond our Man FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Rev. .
B. P. Rlchardeom. Payne
State for Public Affairs, he authored a "press guidance"edict certo or giving s tea for her 'I hattan correspondent continues family was one of the original .1110,1.1_ of ChrletlPaxtor ........, ........ I:M ....
to U. S. officials in South Vietnam suggesting that newsmen fellow artists or for local and Personal Property consists! of with an under-the-street settlers on New Point Comfort N.mk. T.1e. Pea Or A .5. Wonhip Bon.... It:M .-....
furniture fixtures scene: where his cousin Mrs Dick The n>*. O M. Peer Sunday ICeveninaT Sen km, T *t p.m.frarer .
inventories, ,
not be shown "undesirable stories. foreign dignitaries. "So the other night," he ( ., School.. ails a.mWonhip. and Brote 5554'. TON pmWedneKmy ..
machinery, equipment or fur Geary still represents the clan ID an .
After separation from her writes, "I had to
In other words tell the and the gone uptown
only good suppress nishings in rental units such as .
husband she located in Miami see one of my former customers
bad or doctor it to make it look good. hotels, motels, rooming houses .
and began looking about for a Well I took the Lexington

The United States Information Agency is supposed to means of supporting herself includes and rented water houses.and sewer It also Avenue Subway at 42nd Street Warm\ Welcome\ Awaits Yon

tell the world the truth, the whole truth end nothing but and daughter. Willing to tackle in mobile home parks systems and coming home. Well I never
the truth about this country. anything she became managerof have been able to figure out
in subdivisions where
the systems
a wholesale reptile firm and which of the myriad entrances
How much credence with the rest of the world, friend played nursemaid to 600 baby are privately owned. get you to the end of the train. At

and foe, place in the word of a U. S. Government mouth-- alligators as well as numerous If you have not received a

piece headed up by an individual who accentuates the snakes and boa constrictors. form for filing, Mr Stewart
positive and eliminates the negative in the stuff it peddles She accompanied them to TV suggests you contact his office, ----
as factual shows checked rattlers and in Room 203, west wing of the Elferdink's of Osprey! I FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE
cobras to be sure they were courthouse or telephone 958- !
properly defanged. 5581 and his staff will give any I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I

She was the first woman to assistance necessary in fillingout I'P; TO 49% OFF

Library Column ever fly with the Navy's crack your tangible personal

stunt team, the Blue Angels. .property return before April 1. .. ..
-- jf', er J\(\ ll -x
She was ready to try anything
DOES IT MIKE INTO A BED once. -

By LOR.NA NOVAKA Later she became manager

Review by Petty Isphordmg of an aircraft parts companyand
quickly became an experton iiange I = :
DOES IT MAKE INTO A BED is the gay lightheartedstory cargo planes and their pays j I ry
of Marylee Archer and the return to her small hometown load capacity. From this ex. H1.wIUMBER

of Smedley in Texas and her plan to bring culture to the penance she developed her own state :$

women she has grown up with. shipping company and built up corlPRlfr tlsM we

Her campaign includes organizing a chapter of the Junior a good business shipping livestock Ci/17f1'-w: : ... 'v' -;: 601 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL
League sponsoring a Debutante Ball and a few other projects from the States to South

all disturbing to the men of Smedley who are perfectly America, her planes returning Mr. Remodeling says. a a

.it.' happy with their wives as they are. with cargos of local productsof SERVICESSAVINGS

B 1 l ." Sam! MacDougall, Marylee's step-brother heads up a the countries she served

committee of one to rid Smedley of this walking organizer Then an unfortunate accident
r
! This vook is strictly light reading shattered her leg and caused ACCOUNTS MORTGAGE LOANS

Even though it is filled with an abundance of familiar spinal Injury that doctors con-

cliches there are equally as many amusing paragraphs concerning tended would prevent her ever U. S. SAVINGS BONDS HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
the principals, including a perfect squelch for ending walking again Determined she '[ '
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a pseudo-eophisticated dinner
i'
party. would not be helpless she re- 1t1'1Frres55lrBULGING MONEY ORDERCTRAVELERS LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
All things considered DOES IT MAKE A BED is worth fused to remain a cripple and
reading but don't too much.
expect through grit and courage man- CHECKS PARKING LOT


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FEBRUARY 3, 1964
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THE YEH1CE' GONDOLIER: I AGE FIVE
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war VHS To Compete 'Marchiones Wed Jan. 2 5 ; I Bridge Is Held Luncheon By DAB


it
Again In VFW Hostesses for the My a We a

At Home In San Chapter, Daughters of the
Diego American Revolution, bridge I

Essay Contest luncheon Tuesday were Mesdames -

I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frank William Grove, Frank
Mulhern, Mania Brant, Ray
Marchione at home In San
are
Venice High School students, mond Edge, Ivan Carter,
Diego, Calif., after their Jan
state winners in the Veteransof James Kalec and Mrs. Guy:
25
wedding in Seattle, Wash.
Foreign Wan Auxiliary: essay Ramsdell.
and brief
a wedding trip to
contest three times since Carmel Calif. Va Door prizes were awarded
I 1960, will have an opportunityto to Mesdames Lee B. Elliott
The bride is the former Mrs
1'r d rr compete again this year for Doreen Ann Foster of San Di. E R Higgs, Howard Hugglns
local state and national prizes. and R Serene
ego, daughter of Mrs, Frederic -
I Essay material may be ob- E. Foster of Seattle The
tamed from Don Stone, VHSEnglish groom, stationed in San Diegoas ,
department head, who a Navy lieutenant until his i
was given contest rules and release from active duty on (A
I materials last week by Mrs Jan. 15, is the son of Mr and
U I
Kenneth Norwood, chairman of Mrs Frank Marchione of 71)) SEE [
the contest which is sponsored Pineland Ave, THE1964 {.
locally by VFW Post 8118 Aux- The marriage took place at
iliary, Entry blanks may be 11 a.m. at St. Paul's Catholic '1t TRI-CITYHome / .
obtained from her. Church in Seattle with The a
Rev. Quinn performing the ShowFEB.
r This year's subject will be double-ring ceremony.
"The Foreign Student in America
The church decoratedwith
i, An Opportunity: for standards was of white Block :&-29

VENICE: FOLLIES OF 1964 will pre Curtain time for all three performances will Friendship" on either side of the main altar Open.

t French 'Cancan" aa one of lu num. be' 8 p.m Heading the show, presented by local first place winning entry with tide altar bouquets of 2
through Saturday at South the South Venice Community: Players, is Mrs. will automatically be submitted white stock and pink carnations. pm.to 10 p-m.
1--\ Csmmunity Hall Cancan dancers, go- Rose Kirkley, director and general chairman, In the state competition. .
?h their pace for the photographer, assisted by co-chairmen Mrs Charlotte Fos- Mrs. Earnest Bright of Sara- Nuptial music was presented
Walmsley, Olive Petersen, Evelyn ter and Mrs Virginia Gjerberg. Robert Mc. sota is state contest chairman. by the Seattle Preparatory
Verona White and Helen Peterson. Namara will be master of ceremonies School Glee Club, directed by ... .: FREE
The "
national writing contest, the bride's brother, John F "
begun in 1935, pose a research Foster, who also was organist. /: ::

Woman's Club Invites Card problem in patriotism, citizen- John D. Gilbert, a cousin ADMISSION
resbyterians ship or a related subject, for gave Miss Foster in marriage ENTERTAINMENT
the country's youth. Maid of honor was Miss Mar. ,

Parties For The local contest was Initiated ilyn Johnson of San Diego. e DOOR PRIZES
leet TomorrowThe Wednesday Plav in 1960 and Miss Janet] Bridesmaids were Mrs Ralph

Marshall, local winner, also Larti and Mrs. Lyle Anderson, .
Veniee-Nokomla Presbyr The Venice-Nokomis Wom William Court.Duplicate placed first in the state con. both of Seattle. Peter Schlesser 1
Women of the Church an', Club invites Venice area bridge is played at test. Miss Terry West, in 1961, I of Staten Island, N. Y., was n sponsored by
r wiJ hold their Februv women to bring their bridge the club every Thursday afternoon also won first place in both the best man and groomsmen were VENICE AREACHAMBER
r.a and other card parties to the at 1 p.m. Members, local and state contests and Jeff Hunter of San Diego and

t.rcle; meetings One will tomorrow meet at 10 biweekly Wednesday afternoon guests, and friends are Invited. Miss Marshall took local first I Arthur Cook Jr. of Auburn ....,,;0. >:.J of
home of Mrs. card parties at the club- place in 1962 and came in third Wash.
,n. at the house The bride wore a gown of F. Marchionelace COMMERCE
on Harbor Drive. that year in state competitions.Miss Mrs Joseph
of
,met Weaver 15 Ginger Door Music Society white satin with a Chantillylace
Harold Beake will prizes are awarded and Linda Pond received first
sad Mm refreshments are served place in last year's local con. and attached to a pearl over beige satin and beige!: was graduated from Seattle 7 et theRINGLING
Bile study
\t the Two will meet at 10 The next card party: will be Meets ThursdayRobert test. chapel train. Her fingertipveil accessories. Her corsage!: was University. The bridegroom, a
Circle Wednesday at 1 of Illusion was edged with of graduate of the University of
.a. at the home of Mrs Nor. p.m. Reservations Eubanks, music director Cash awards will be madeto lace and attached to o pearl yellow roses.The I
Florida and member of Delta
are if .
a Forca of 501 S. Park Blvd. but requested, possible at Venice Junior and first, second and third place crown. She carried white orchids reception was held In the Fraternity, will enter ARENA
are not Upsilon
i. Walter Kelsey will be the Mrs. Walter Geisser. required., Chairman Senior High Schools, will pre winners at VHS and the award and stephenotis. church social hall. Assistants graduate school at San Diego VENICE
hostesi Mrs. J. N McKibn sent a program of American amounts will be announcedthis Her attendants wore corn were Mrs. Harold Schneller, -e
or Mra. E H. State University tomorrow His MUNICIPAL
n give the Bible study Browning music at the meeting of Ce- week. State awards will flower-blue sheaths of chiffon the bride's sister; Mrs. Lucille
be called for undergraduate major waa phy
Circle Three will meet at 1:30: may reservations cilian Music Society: on Thurs be $100, $95 and $50 savings over satin and carried bouquets Lundstrom and Mrs Frank sics. : AIR PORT ,
w. at the home of Mrs. J. Mrs Earl W. day. He will be accompaniedby bonds. t>f pale pink roses and carna Baehr, the bride's aunts; Mrs. ear y o/
Wright will be
td Witherow of 930 Bayview Mrs Lester Wendt. National tions. John Gilbert and Miss Kath-
chairman of the first place award
we, in East Gate. The co- hostesses for Mrs. Paul Webinga will be leen Maloney, cousins of the EXHIBIT
the afternoon assisted will be 1000. Other prizes Mrs. Foster wore a beige and
Mrs
Ness wul be Mr. Esther George Lawrence and by Mrs.CREATIVE hostess to the group. The meet. will be $500 $250, $100 and 20 gold brocade suit with beige bride, and Mrs Harry Moskal I Elferdink's of Osprey: I SPACE
wn and Mm Sadie Johnson log will be at her home, 2021 and Harold Jacobson, her
I five the Bible study East Crest Drive, Overbrook cash additional honorable mention accessories and a corsage of close friends. I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I! con
awards. The four top tangerine roses The groom'amother
fui's: F':ar' ill meet at noon WRITING Gardens, at 10 a.m. winners will receive gold medals who flew out for the The bride, who Is a claims 1 IP: TO 49% OFF 488.4601 4 I
:J home of Mr,. Virginia Always wanted to write THere The program was arrangedby
.
Forty-two thousand stu- ceremony and returned to VenIce representative for the U. S. .
Is
chance Join the Mrs F. Reide them-
.tidy! of 1101 Nokomis Ave. your Onley, '
ents participate nationally last on Tuesday, wore green Social Security Administration, ;
Creative
i Earl Edge will have thee Writing course con. ed to the National Federationof
study, ducted by Donald Stone, whose Music Clubs' "Parade of year. -
l', ore Five will meet at 1:30: unorthodox methods of teaching American Music." The society Deadline for the local contest !
n. it the home of Mrs. are producing results. Is a member of the national is March 15 and the winning I
r'l R. Swapp, 101 Larch. Classes meet at the Venice federation.Mrs. essay will be submitted I
odR'id: in Venice Gardens. High School Library from 7 Robert Merrill, president to the state judges on April 1$. $99.
''i Albert Coates will give p.m. to 10 p.m. every Tuesdayand will conduct the business State awrds will be made at I HERE IS YOUR ITINERARY e from
".ble rtudy.r. Thursday and the course session and assisting Mrs. Web- the Americanism banquet at
r. Six will meet at 10 a. will run through June 4. Regis- inga will be Mrs. C. R. Joelsonand the VFW state convention in
.1 Lie rnme, of Mrs. E H. tration fee la $3.00 Mrs. E. W. Rayburn. Cocoa Beach in June, I ,'''''

i r of 32S: Bayihore Drive. n Discover tse best of all world! travel-on land,

': Del I., ',Traver will give theI. on sea, and! in the, air. Fly to MILAN by luxurious

(: le Seven will meet at 8 r ALITALIA DC-8 Jet, and enjoy warm Italian hose
i It th home of Mrs t
.,I ."' 'i Hatten of 1005 CoopSt pitality all the, way across the Atlantic.

Mr- George Youngberg See Venice Geneva and famed Mount
wgive, the Bible study Naples
I II: wen'! : interested in ii iiI a Vesuvius on an exciting ADRIATICA cruise.
I b yterian fellowship are in-
t Enjoy leisurely days at sea crusing the Mediterranean. .

--- I / 'F You'll at Istanbul Turkey. Trace
I .. __$ stop ,
eta _
Chapter -4 the glories of Greece and visit the glamorous Isle

nduction Set P of Capri.
IL 7 a a

\I!n'od. John 111'the Sleasman Zeta Chapter will be :
Delta Kappa Gamma So-
If t International at the
>up'> F jnders Day Ionsh.I .
Saturday noon at Zinn's
aurant Sarasota.
yew members and charter
',>>er, will be honored
"Hi Mrs. Lota Mundy was
M honorary status in De'Dber Polano KeccAi'o eW Fiona dtlla Signora ?

and will also be imtlInitntlon -
d. will be con-
ted by Mrs. Charles York n DAYS \
1 Mm D F Somers 1
The organization Is celebrat-
Hi thin -fifth anniversary, LEAVE NEW YORK CITY ,
Sarasota chapter was or-
flied 23 years ago. Out'ndlllg MARCH 4th ;

women in the field of ARRIVE MILAN, ITALYO
Jtttion ire invited to mem- MIDWESTERNER RETIRES HERE D r- retired to the Venice area after 48 ;years eon-
!'!ship tmuouj service with his business. K M. MARCH 5th K/'etr Florence tram ffo iron/ A/icAe/oitjefo/ /
and board
\Irs. win Johnson, center, vice-president is his left and
H. C Roeaner, presl- Knopf, firm vice-president, on ,
m will be In charge. Hos- member of a Minneapolis commercial photo O. M. Dye, founder of the firm who now lives

'ses will' be Mrs. John E. graphic processing firm Minneapolis/ has at Fort Lauderdale, is on his right. 3RD DAY-VENICE-Morning sightseeing. Em- 12TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning visit of the N..
heb
1 MIss Wilma Watson bar ation: 1200: noon-Sailing for Bar! 1:00:: tional Museum. In the afternoon, excursion to
Leo Wotitzky and Mrs. J. p.m. Cape Sounion and visit of the Tempi of
Foster I
'Md I Is Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Crompton 4TH DAY-BARI-Arrlnl at 11:00: em In Barl. Poseidon. Return to Athens
then new program chairman. mtsttaoa sareatse e 1:00 p.m. sailing for Piraeus. 13TH DAY-NAUPLIA-Departure from Athens

... Hits members sota are Garden Speaker 5TH DAY-PIRAEUS-4.00 pjn. arrival .t Pir- along the Sacred Way.
I Mrs. V6'ghIaoLawless of eeus 14TH TRIPOLIS-Depertur for Tripofis.

.nla Gorda. Mrs. L. W. Crompton Jr of TELL THEM ABOUT 6TH DAY-PIRAEUS-Morniag .t leisure 3:00: Excursion to Sparta and visit of Mistr. Return .

Tampa will be in Venice Thurs p.m. tailing for Istanbul. to Tripolis.
IMSPhoebe day t oaddresi the Venice-No- 7TH DAY-INSTANBUL 2:00: p.m. arrival In 15TH DAY-OLYMPIA-From Tripolls, proceed
Card komis Garden Club at Its 10 WELCOME WAGON Istanbul Sightseeing: Galata Bridge, Blue to Olympia Lunch. Visit of the ruins.

Thursdayfin a.m. meeting at Venlce-Noko- Mosque, Hippodrome, Serpent Column and 16TH DAY-DELPHI-From Olympia, proceed to
\ cols Methodist Church fellowship ( If 'you know of i family who has Just Theedosius Obelisk, Beyazid Squar., University Patra. Lunch at Pafras. Crossing of Corinth
Gladya Bails will berhVk'1 hall. arrived in your community, bi sure to Mosque of Suleyman the Magnificent, I Canal and on to Delphi. Dinner and over
1"1 of a card Her aubject will be "Flower tell them about Welcome Wagon. TheyTWill Boulevard* Ataturlt. night at Delphi.

.r oe*. Chapter given by the HMS Arrangement" The business devoted be delighted with the basket of rifts 8TH DAY-ISTANBUL-Excursion along the Boa 17TH DAY-ATHENS-Visit of the ruins of Del-

e British Empire.Daughters of meeting' will be largely of the March helpful information they will receive phorut: In the afternoon, visit the Archaeological phi. Lunch. Proceed to Athena

,1.30 8.05. at the Thursday flower to a ahow.Hostessel discussion. I our hostess, a symbol of the com Museum, St. Sophia and Great Bauar, 18TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning at leisure. Trans-J
community '
It of'Sarasota Federal Saw will be Mesdames 'A tradition! hospitality. Or youWELCOME 9TH DAY-ISTANBUL-Sightseeing: Old Seraglio far to Piraeus and embarkation on M/V San ,

cs and Loan. F. H Neel, James Palmer, G. I 'I. Ai Golden Horn, Eyub Mosque, coffeehouse Giorgio of M/V San Marco. 2:00: p.m. sailing .
Utai'T may: be made I'' R. Leach, A. J. Loufek and t9l of Pierre Lot!. 2:00: pin sailing for for Naples
!!!!! George Key. Julian Harmon. I V elco ; Ivnir. 19TH DAY-At S...

e agon 10TH DAY-IZMIR-8-00 am. arrival .t Izmir. 20TH DAY-NAPLES-4OO: un. arrival in Naples.

INSTALLWEATHERT- Excursion to Butbuldag! end Panaya Kapulu. Transfer to hotel. Afternoon sightseeing: National
i Phon.488.104b. 7:00: p.m. sailing for Piraeus. Museum, Posillipo, San Martino. See
.; 488.1771 I IITH DAY-ATHENS-8:00: e.m. arrival at Pin. the Bay of Naples end Mount Vesuvius.
-rr..rr r.r rrrr rr r- .rrr --r1 seas Landing and transfer to the hotel in 21ST DAY-CAPRI-Excursion to Capri. Visit the

NEWCOMERS! I Athens. Morning .t leisure. Afternoon visit Blue Grotto, town of Capri, Anacapri, Villa
All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP Use this coupon to let us know you're here ENAMV I of the Acropolis and sightseeing of the mod- San Michele. Return to Naples.

I ern town. 22ND DAY-ROME/NEW YORK Departure '
HEATING r.
II I from Naples to Rom. Rome to New York : : :

ADORCSl. SEE by ALITALIA DC-8 Jet. I
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n CITY Heist have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me J q

O I would like to subscribed the Venice GONDOLIER !I Io 314 W. Venice Ave. VENICE E TRAVEL BUREAU Phone488.2238 : \\1' \

a I already subscribe to the I .

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Bernie 1-Man Art Reading's Show rc( ( ;Uu hU1+


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Draws Plaudits .- Vbe


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By PEGGY BOCERT

"My main concern is to take
the paint, or any other mater
111. and apply it to a painting i I I I IA' .
surface a* truthfully as poe- / I
Ible. The classification of the JlrI'll
work is secondary" /
This is the way Bernie
Reading, widely known area t1U I / I
artist expressed his feelings I ,
and his desires about his art
work. A one-man show of 22
pieces of his bold and aggressive FI
work was on display
through last Saturday at the
Italian Villa Restaurant on St. i
Augustine Avenue, Just west ot
the KMI Gym
Though he claims to have
very little formal training and
is mostly self taught he did CRISP ytry Fine _

Lakeland not attend only Florida technical where Southern he knowledgebut gathered in RED YORK Apple Sauce 2 ;a00 25C

the knowledge of techni
ques. He has been painting for
the past fifteen years APPLES Florida Punch, Graft, Orange, Pin opp! -0rang.
His work is non-representS' C'a' 4G.oz.

tract tional yet and some others are all abstractOne semi-sb- -w. Ho-C Drinks 3 1:1 .

of the most dominant of 1 4 Iba bas
the show is titled "Algebra of r
j of Power
Lots
Love and Hate." Cleaning

tried"The to feeling convey in that this I pointing have- t r Comet Cleanser f=;' ''lOr
"
"
\ Reading explained is 39c
the interdependency of these
two emotions their close
relationship to each other and F&P D.6ctsea,
yet the fact that each hag a 101
definite area and are relative Sliced Beets ... ......... ceo 101Mrs
opposite."
"Algerbra of Love and Hate" felft StnwkwrrPreserves
.
.
feet Is approximately wide and two 1 and feet a half in ,. a LIMIT 2 ....,...,......'11.,la'LiIob 25

depth. It is an abstract of
,', C.OO"
passionately emmeshed forms 11....
done with the use of oils onMa1lOll.ite BREAKFAST Corned Beef .,... ..... .... 39'
with a series ofglaze
of transparent enamels CLUB Pmabaa,.
and runs the color gamut from
lemon yellow to deep brilliant dairy specials Pancake Flour ... .. k : 35
reds.

Two his other"Sun stunning Dance"paintingsare and IOO lr TEA IOO Pillsbury' Delicious 0 LEO

of'Stoning which are of a compositional Prophet" both abstracts Jw Green Stamps DANISH ROLLSONE
which are dramatically I al+Is.see.ed.dw a6 !
suggestive of form. One of the A-DAT MULTIPLE VITAMINS
most Interesting aspects of 100 et. cite $2.94 9s-os. C '
these paintings are their tech t.pu.a w.... r*. i, awn ; pk,. 29 1-lb PUBIIXa,
:
nlque. Painted on plexl-glsss, 6, OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOO ctrl leaaaefa,
a special bonding paint is used
fnr the basic composition. Over Betty Crocker White or FoJjeFROSTING

nf this desired Reading colors applies and enamels finishesthe IOO :ItA IOO

work. The with effect a transparentglaze. I is one of ,J7// Green Stamps SWIFTS

depth and illumination I N..ssseedak 14-01' 39*
The entire showing reflect a SQUIBB'S MINERAL OIL pkg. PREMIUM
boldness of execution and
strength through color, formand C'1' -tns.7: :: : a c w rt BONELESS
technique.
Reading has lived in this OQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ.CO CANNED
area for the pest 25 years and
frozen
I is currently associated with foods 4ch41j
Berlin Signs in Venice. IOO I! lEA IOO
.
1 use to have my own sign HAMS
business in Englewood," he Aunt Jtmtma," Frozen
..icl. "but I found that being >JW Green Stamps
my own employer left me little I S.ill'l"r sssowsedawdaoah OREEN ,
time to pursue my interest I Baseless! Ceased WAFFLES STAMPS $99
ia art." HallliS i ,

1W>o.S...Ib.wrco.rs. So. uaa S 3 (9$1, can

Winter Visitor rJOOVVVOVVVVUVOVOO plus 100
"
z Chtf Boyer-De's ext%ne
In Auto MishapA !50ml FREE 'SO Green .

Jn! Green Stamps Pizza with Sausage .

collision between a car anda I ..*'Is( -.4.....-.... BREAKFAST
.
truck late Wednesday on the 13Vz.es
69
Trail at Turin Street resultedin VISTA CAR WAX kI- CLUB
no injuries but did damage 10-os. lisa $1.39
approximating $65 to the vehicles < EVAPORATED '
involved. 8000000000000000000 8
According to Patrolman Bill
Fann Roy L. Huntington, 66,
Montrose, Mich., was stoppedto 50mw so PUBIX'[ MILK r
make a turn off the Trail .. ...
when his auto was struck from
behind by a truck being operated J" Green Stamps .
by John E. Yelvuigton, I al i*tilt sago mi.."*._alt. ;
2%. Fort Myers. JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT toll 1 i
Oc
No charges were filed. 46-ci. alas $1.49 PRICES
,.. con all I II
r:;:, I4No w., So uwt EFFECTIVE

New Boat OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Ramps MON., TUES., WED. Limit 6 per j

For FishermenFlorida's !50ml.xRTaA 50 FEB. 5,5,195-4 customer purcfs.eaJ,1 w/

fresh water fishermen Green Stamps PENNY ef $3. or

boat ramps will find and a number launching of sites new I M.ala.areed......._... SAVER more

this spring. The ramps are BUMBLE BEE CHUNK STYLE TUNA
available for public use and 3 flat cons $1. WASH DAY Swift' Premium Slfife-SeoJed
''l I
,i i were made possible i through and rI: "'WN.rMwaaw Pure Beef

t j f I accelerated! of the public Florida access Outdoor program ::::' ? 0 0 00 0 00 00 00 0000 tLj, SPECIAL! Franks . . lb. 59'Swift's

I Recreation Council accordingto Premium Chunk Style:
John Woods, chief fisheries detergent
;!
5050
division Game and Fresh Water Braunschweiger
.. ... .. 39f.I
Fish Commission in Talla .Ib.
I': hassee. J" Green Stamps
The new ramps are locatedas I M+s4wpsedsadeaah. Light, Flavorful ChoetoSwiss
follows: Lake Stella in Putnam .- lORDEN'S INSTANT COFFEE st. 39C '1.0s.
County; Peace River in 9'oz. Jar $1.23 pkg. Gruyere .. ..... 4 6 plugs, 43'
Hardee County; Conservation
j Area 3B from 147 L-23 in n.Nna Ili IMa
and
80
Dade County; Lake Panasof- L 0 o o "o'o o oo 08 rr WHERESHOPPINGISAPIEASUREIVenice !
kee in Sumter County. Other '
ramps under construction or EXTRA limb 1 per custema 1
on the drawing board are located 500 FREE UUU 50
on the Escambia River in w/purchases
Escambla County; Chipola Jw Green Stamps of $3. ; Shopping Center
River in Gulf County; Lake
I w.*a4 saw.4.....-* 1B
Swoope in Polk County; Her.nay -
Sr more Store Hours
Pond in Glides County and Chef' Bty-Ar-De Pine With Saving* IR A R K t ? :
the Withaloochee River in 13V.os. pkg. 69c
Sumter County. Mon FrL 8:309:00
: :
Since the beginning of the 80000000000000000008 ,
boat ramp and public access rr
program the Game and FreshWater Sat. 8:30.7:00we : :
Fish Commission has
constructed 119 ramps on 83 reserve ronco thin ronco elbow
bodies of water in 45 counties. i pompeian swift's meats riceland rice

I If that af of homemade the right to spaghetti spaghetti olive oil for babies tender longgraine'dllk.
1
bread i* hard to cut neatly refrigerate limit 12_.
2' 4_
} .I tend slice it after it ;? 39' 2 ,.... 39' .... 23- 3 P". 79' O1<
is dIiJlec1.I
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His Recipe For PaellaA I



cosmopolite who was born' company, beginning In 1938, pimientos( ) in a 12-cop bIIbnc
in London, ranched in Mexico, was manufacturing engineer, dish; cover tightly.

and aa a mining engineer, manager with offices in New Bake in moderate oven em

VENICE GONDOLIER Houses For ,, worked all over the world, York City. 1 hour, or until rice Is tender
Sale
THE Wanted To Rent Lost likes paella, the national dish The Courts now. live in Oa- and liquid U absorbed.

CLASSIFIED Da.d, I Rdr. 5.bth.t-MtUKMt.BUY of Spain. prey. He is president of Venice
A. bo..I. .. _p h.... VENICE AREA Grades Careers In fact William F. Court of Gourmet Club. Remove cover; garnish paella
LOST
2
____..___( .11 I... ....... I-IU' bedroom with more diced punienfav
house Ladies 8 Hunter Drive, contributes hit Paella
or apartment. Unfur. red billfold. Owner's
clams inand few
RATES A LOVELY NEW HOME nlshed Reasonable rent. Call name and address on charge version 01 me I .....,.r,.,... euttiara 55 steamed clams a in their freshly shell
Pay for it like rent. F. C. 488-3287 after 5pm. plates and driver's license Trouble MostTeenagers dish to the I of ...110, nlnoxi ,
Rat.s, both Thursday Denman I I 4 cup allta oil or aalad ail if you wish. Serves 8 to 10.
Charge Building Construction If sent to home address. Gondolier food 1'4' sips my Iou'oai. y.llo. ....
Editions Phone ..... ... Serve from its baking dwh
and Monday evenings 488-5683 or please call 488-1923. Please 1 column as his I pound Italian .OR.,
Help Wanted .iI.... 1 OtiS tlilrk at the with
write P. 0. Box 334 return personal favorite recipe table thick shoes of
S1.50 Venice. Hems 1 lara. onion. rboppod. fl avt)
$ Hit recipe, I .... __. .hnpI ..... crusty brea and A big green
2 BEDROOM Modern house on WOMAN to do light housework, which he says li ... 'limoS. 14 oa.) rhlckan boSh salad; add fresh fruit and .coffee ,
|112| word minimum I channel. Central heat, air : care for invalid live in. LegalMOTirie 87 Eugene Gilbert I-) from Valencia a .rlamataaapoo..11 .. (about T ... aaoh) ....... for dessert, or in true

Mtionil Words, each. k (conditioning Florida room. Home and salary. Ph. 474-2581 differs from the MM Spanish style serve a chilled l
Mortgage arranged./ Channel !: or TNTFNTION TO President, Gilbert Youth dish served I ...._ p prlkapon4 creamy baked caramel cust
PUBLIC UTILITIES position. RIK.1BTER FICTITIOUS NAHC aa I .*.. .h."..*. ...1....
rote'. both Thursday .ane, Nokomis, 488-5002. TM MdMin tarn. h._ rtl,,,. ResearchInc. In Madrid In ... d.M.5! ard. 8
CASH
Accounting background re thai k. t.l .oBduotlni' s TwrmiM and Today's several minor I 4 _._. .lis4I ----
and! Monday Edition BY OWNER. Low down pay. quired. Submit resume. Write <*mmt ....1._ .( Noh"", ... riorlilnnritr teen-agers no longerfit p.ad f-b. no.0 ....,1o i
ment. 2 bedroom 1 W. D. Box 746 Venice. tII. fkuiluu. nun. of VEN Id: into the popular pattern of w -.I.. """''', I eu (t ...) .,......_ dic-l,
bath 1. TERRAZZO *. ('. U.IIT irresponsible adolescents Interested Court of the
S1.40
$ home in Venice Gardens. and th.t MM COMPANY one ma Brown chicken with garlic in Mrs. Bea Jenkins
Must lira to .
sell. Phone 4881827. MEN OR WOMEN to canvas IoII..t.R pw-w... itt...MnpoMd. .....* s.d Ui only in popularity, dates, jor ingredient is thinly sliced\ olive oil or salad oil in large
word mInImum) door to door checking name ,1- 01 ...., .,... nrw ,. followat clothes and surface values. slivers of eel and the chickenIs frying pan remove stir in
|112 ; ;
Additi .1 Word each 6ca 2 BEDROOM 1 bath. Florida for new city directory. Must be Kokomla AtomS" H Florida"", ..P., O.8..1 fin_UM 1'.,..v....,.. Our latest survey of 1590 omitted. Too all the shell rice; saute until rice is golden;

Room. Golden Beach section. good spellers and have plain fl*. rln. young people shows their chief fish, including more varieties add sausages onion, and green GOP Club PrexyENGLEWOOD

.. !>.w Aft.(".. to 828 Roberts St., Venice. Make handwriting. Ages 1845. Permanent nat Owaaraal at Vnla... Tarrua *. (!.. worry Js school work, fallowed than this recipe calls for, are pepper; aaute 7 to 10 minutes
.... ..,......_II u t_.J.um_of II _II .taNw.i. Ciit.sI.n offer. position for those freeto H. Bmw Coopanr.. 100 Mr I In nt follm! _. cloMly by concern over a served in the shell and the diner longer; stir in chicken broth

IN,.. .-,-. travel. Write R. J., Box 746, '* 'II Boy lnu tlo to ...lr .. ... career. must guard hIs teeth carefully minced clams and liquid salt The Engle-
III. ....... ...,. .. FOR Clark of Ida Clreult. Court
of SALE
II I I. and
or LONG TERM for .
..A.. ,.. to tCt of .... o..4.h.,. p.n. Lease Venice. Baraaou Oounlr, Plorlila. to _...., tb. Forty per cent of those interviewed during the eating. and paprika; cover, and cook wood Republican Club of Sarasola
... ...her .IS mpH.. w ......n.... -Corner, 1 block southof S&T&K&JFEKJttZof : pointed to schoolwork Court served with the Sea. 10 minutes. County met recently at

Venice city limits U.S. 41. MAN FOR PART-TIME work "..... tOtil, Un of rtorlda,. as a No. 1 problem but forth Highlanders during WWI Layer chicken, rice mixture the Englewood Savings and 4
ONE EDITION Eithac CB 2 bath house originally designed in Auto Center. Apply, in per Of 1941.Witt AM the boys and girls! differed and then went to Mexico as a shrimps, tomatoes, peas and Loan building. Next year's officers

Monday for conversion and eJr- son. Gulf Garden Auto Center ,., mr hairf ISIS ttH" **r *f sharply on the subject. Half of refinery draftsman. His venture were elected and will be:
Thiwsc.y or p.pPvword Januarj, 1M4.
Be pansion to offices or other Venice. JOSrPH H BROWH. the young women said grades as a Mexico West Coast Mrs. Bea Jenkins, president;
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commercial use. Zoned CI-A. ..110.,1... rr. rat t, Ia. 17. 154. troubled, them most but only ranch owner was of short duration VFW Auxiliary Bob Scott, vice-president' : Bob
(Minimum 12 words) Realtors Personal 22 per cent of the boys were and he came to Floridafor Pond, secretary, Bill Inca corresponding .

:ASH DISCOUNT Ii% Byron Markle Ruth May in THR!: rouxTY ianr.vg! COURT worried about marks. a visit at which time he secretary; Ken Ro-

488-4706 4881833. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IN AND'FLORIDA Pus SARASOTA, IN FHOBATS COUNTY: The boys Indicated a career met and married Mrs. Court, Slates Card PartyA mine, treasurer.

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY VENICE Mondays, 8 pm, St. IW RRi FilTATB: OF wu their main problem with also from England. i The club voted to become affiliated .

On".* Edition par Inch $300 rooms, 2 GARDENS.baths air condition 3 bed. Episcopal Church Parish Hall, HENBY WENMAN Probiu ALLEW.Fllo Dw.d N' .. 36 per cent calling it as their He shortly rejoined Shell Oil dessert card party Fridayat with the Affiliated Re.
n.
Both Edition per inch $3.50 ed. No brokers Can Call 4R8-47B4. NOTICE: TO CKt.DITORX chief worry. One third of the Co., for whom he went to Mex- I p.m. at Venice Civic Center publican Clubs of South Sara-
by be see TO HAVING ALL CREDITORS AND PFR9OK: girls also indicated they were I ico originally, and worked with will be sponsored by the sota County. Mr.. Jenkins and
CaU
AH cltnifiad' ads payable tn week appointment.days, 488-1770 Sat.488-671 and Business OpportunityWILL 4GAINIIT SAilS CLAIMS UTATI OR:, DEMANDS' troubled about future occupations them from 1923 until his retire- Ladies' Auxiliary to Venice Mr Bob Scott will be representatives .
Yoa smit iambi .otlflool sod ... ment. His last position with the Barracks 764, WWI Veterans. to this
.Ind this organization.
making
,dv.ne except established Sunday. to file sot 01.,. or d..nnd .hl.h ,.., problem r.n"oJ. ........ ..1.... th. <<.._..
INVEST money and experience 'no, h... ....1... th. !..... .d HENRY second only to school work. of thr-ch; i cir; I State Sen. Warren Hender
ccounKh BEAUTIFUL in small WENMAN ALLEN. .. e and prizes son. was speaker and he
guest
SWIMMING: Pool expanding v- I. Dr Joyce Strom It, of Merr I
home. 2 bedrooms business local C. Saruol ('01'." Florid I In tko offlc. With The Men will be awarded.! listed proposed changes in the
den area. F.
CANCELLATION Flor. of H... JOHN T. GRAHAM, 8.ro ot* Field, Minn., summed up the Mrs. Rex D. Sowle is in
or Ida Box 74fl Venice.Business .. Homestead Exemption Act
room. 21x31 screened patio. co.sty I.d. t. SI. tountr Coast feeling of many of the girl
ADJUSTMENT Furnished if desired. Good fl. HOD" ., 110..10. Florid. wails .1. when she said "I try to keep charge assisted by Mesdames which will come' up for vote in
nlondir ,
Requests for cancellation .. nlncmg. 2102 Georgia Ave., En. PersonalsLet tint publlntlo mom hi of 1..h.thl HorS AsIa* of tAn my grades high but I'm always In The ServicesSailors Ward Mims Sutherland Charles Harvey the May Primaries. and other
H.
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Worstall
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or adjustment because ofrvor glewood. Grove City. .b .IsS. or dm.nd nut b. I Sn afraid I won't." election issue'
"rltlnr. Madeleine
.d In diipH Voi' ball atau Connelly, Porter,
must be made for us do PAPERHANG. Uio plan of noldrnno and mat off,IP.addraa Another facet of the sam John Wilson Everette .
UNCLE JOHN NELSON has a your of xi.,. (claimant .hall b. and Marines in Noland __"" _;.p.niol1J_; ,_.._. .
I nor* figure -
niund.y Gondolier BEFORE nearly new 2 bedroom house. ING and painting. Reason 10 kr tha Claimant, hla ....., or hi. problem troubles Nancy Clegg Ernest Kukkuk Byron Robertson -" -
5 tm. on Monday. For Monty Can handle on small down 'able First-class work. Kroupa, .IM.. .. aSall b. ............,... b, 17, of Attleboro, Mass, who armed services news this week Conrad Schmidt and WIl.bur I Llfrrdink's of Osprey I
pay. '11 CD fillnr, fM. and .., aurk claim or said her chief Is Marine Lt John B. Joseph,
Gondolier BEFORE 5 ment. Phone 438-2307. 474-2550. demand net ao filn anall ... void. Th. worry "getting of Fleming.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I
I II son Paul $1011,11IIO Liquidation Sale I
"
.. .... along with the teachers
Thursday.PHONE. lSlLntf.. mar. h* adtfed to amoun' Reservations may be made
"m. M TYPEWRITERS and Adding or. eiaim" and claim. forma mar' .bo obtaliMd Careers a Concern! Joseph of 615 Laguna Drive. is by calling Mrs. Sowle or Mrs. I IT TO 41>r OFF I
.
GOLDEN BEACH from tha Countr .do. offlta. reported serving with the Maine -
near gulf I Machines (mechanically I
op. ESTHER TORRENS ALLEN Many of the boys said they Schmidt. A donation of 50 cents
'crated) Chemically cleaned .. Executrix of _.. Corps Refueling and .
tbo
Two bedrooms two baths 1 cfHnirr will be requested. ..
I .. were undecided about their future -- -"'- -
Transport at El -
like new. Just $12.SO plus parti W""- Allm D raaad. Squadron 352
488-3125 I 30 foot Florida room if required. AU makes. Venice A........" PRASWrU, Jt. imOWN plans and were worried Toro Marine Corps Air Sta-
P. O. Boo
on 112 ft. corner lot. Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. V..IIIo..I., 'no ssk 81d", about which career to choose. lion, Santa Ana Calif., and NC)W APPEARINGAT
488-61 U.Oresimaklng. : I V..I", FloOds.PaSAt.hi The matter of relations with Gerald W. Yount son of Mn.
519 GULF STREET Os.. ,. ...
Real Estate w. 57. rob. 54. family members was next Inline Mary Yount of 1117 Gulf Coast THE

alterations, draperies on the girls' list of worries. Blvd., completed his Marine
etc. reasonable 488 1130 I NoTice OF INTFNTIOH: TO Almost one fourth were troubl.
For Sale ) corps recruit training Saturday rAKKA LOUNGE
Apts II REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAMBTb.
FRONTAGE U. S. 41 Clean I nndrralvnad *Ma ,.,-.,., ...-.,,,. ed about getting along with in San Diego, Calif.
kijh. dry. $.',((1 foot Near new DELUXE COOP. that tho la ........,I.R > Gift bop ...... heir family and agreed with The Navy reports that Wil-
I bedroom I
E A HUNTER
at t2*H Miami AT.. W. it4rr, th
raurthouse site. Phone 488-0160. Ruth Tenenbaum 19 of Brook
bath Ham H. Nicol son of Mr and
and 2 bedroom 2 bath SHEPARD 1 Intltlovf COO* of Blvnlur Gallorr aid :
roR furnished that> told firm la oompnood of tAo r... lyn, N. Y., who said i her family Mrs. George Nicol of 1004 '
} SALE by owner, Find or partly furnished Inwinv poraoni whoaa ....... *M plr. oesn't "understand this Groveland Ave. is 5009> Sfylist? end Org,, ;rf
)/t,. on local property 8% 4A8-MRR LUMBER CO. of ........* *.. *. cot,.... young. attending
lot payments monthly. Pres- I 1003 N. Wathingfe* Blvd. VMiloa a,.. M".Pua. .. IMH Miami Aw, w.. er generation. Aviation Electrician's Mate 'ForI 'our Enfertanm; nt'
A significant portion of the School at the Naval Air Technical
"balance 448980. Address Rentals Sarasota 0n..htp of .Ip..... Caltarr. hi *a ME. JOIN THE PARTY .
Bo follow,iJtm group expressed a worry about Training Unit in Jackson
r SOl, Lake Worth Fla. call M. Pw... IM Mi ville. Ha is airman '
NICELY FURNISHED Studio Wttmf aMtig wIth members of an apprmv I S Teenier nl Trail Venice .
-NCOME PROPERTY Owo- i apartment for two on Casey ELLIOTT PAULfor Ttork.II to of mr tti.feiMXam ClmHt OMIto to wpkMM and mraraart \M opfxwHe sec. Twentyoneper tice. :: .
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er', living quarters plus 7 Key. Call 4884646.FURNISHED Ooa..... Florida. to lailaiar cent of the boys and 18 percent --
.. .
.
ho Ham Blrnaturv Gallrrr Hndarth
of the troubledby
"vernlghts Can be converted :EOOf TRUSSES provMona *f Ch.pUr. 10'''. t.soaor girls were
to efficiency apartments. 238' 2 bedroom 1 Florida. Art. of ml this problem. An equal num.bor THE
"ii Trail, zoned commercial. bath large house. Extra room Alum. Windows & Doors. wit,. mr hand thIS lt! dar ofannarr. of young men listed person

.x>w downpayment 5%: inter. and bath out back. $80 per Contract Roofing & Painting z 1M4. JVKE: M. P A TN!:. .1 finances as their greatest

est on balance to qualified buy- month. 8 months or year's Phone 488-2132 Venice Pnkllih Fak. I. 111. IT. tl. 1M. worry after schoolwork and a Real Estate

'1'. Will consider trade-in med. lease. Near everything. 536 Nokomis career. The girls however were

urn priced! residence for down- Ave., Venice or call 488S89. not concerned about money

paym@nt Ph. 488- 639. 2 Auto For Saleii placing It far down on the lint

Ricky Keneshiro, 16, Honolulu Corner
SMALL SINGLE
Apartment.
Lots For SaleS JEEPSTER Ph. 488-4365 Hawaii expressed the
No pets. Heat. Light cooking. plaintive cry of many teen-

S Utilities furnished. $8.50 week. 1960 FIAT Make offer. Phone agers. "I always use up my al- '. YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOME
OR TRADE. Lots 11 and 488-4006.. 488-6427. c1i" lowance so fast that I never

35, Blk. 18, Gulf View, Vents DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS 2 ; know what happened to it," he AND LOT VALUES

City sewer, near beach and SELL or TRADE 63 FORD aid.
baths, complete, by season or
Walnut'topping Minor Cross, 2920 year. 100 The Esplanade 488. I Galaxie 500, 4 door. hartop, The girls' money worries also .

Ave., Mattoon Illinois. 5698. power steer, air conditioning. centered around the allow. VENICE GARDENS BIG VALUE i
phone 488-4365. sore problem. "I don't think 1 1get

LOT II860 saz Venice Gardens. Price NEW CO-OP Apartment. : enough of an allowance," 370 CENTER ROAD 110' on U.S. 41 Corner

",M\ '73rd. Write Walter Polskl, Near beach. Swimming pool, Boats For Sale Marianne Johnson 13, of Phil. New Never Lived 'In :3 lot 145' deep 2 bed.
Ave., No., St. Peters- boat dock. Feb. and March.Ph. delphia.. Pa., said. Bedroom, I I'/j' Bathi
home Carport
burg. Fla.OVER' room -
4885980. Family Finances OK
'68, 19-FT. INBOARD. 75 II.P.ValvoPmto. At the other end of the scale TOTAL PRICE $12,500 Screened Porch Appon. 2Mi.

;lMVENI.lt Al.ora HIMNFSa(>r" K' 'R. SITM IXVM RENT WITH OPTION to buy Hard top ply both boys and girls were least Shown by Appointment. .. of Notomit.

J(!)W555. LOU g JACOBH. 4..-..n I 2 Bedrooms, tile bath. Fur. wood, fibre glassed top and bot- concerned! about family finnn- H. N. WIMMERS Price
ished. Palmetto St., Venetian tom. Tunnel stern, controlled Full $7,900
ces. Only seven cent said
!ELK: INLET Seawallcd priv- Gardens. For information call either forward or eft. 12-in. his was their chief per REALTOR (This I It A Sleeper)

sit boat basins. E. L. Kilton Sarasota 955-8028. draft. Suitable for bay or gulf. Several who were worry.troubled 221$ W. Miami! Aye

Jiayshora Drive. Nokomis. Sacrifice, $1,500. Can be fianced. [ rhipcU's k b1> this situation agreed with 488-5308 H. P. HORN
.
D udy r.furabha I 11ooi **
4883157.
RIVER LOT Venice. Good for s.borto.* rtl......" 555.55 .r Far' Phone Roger Campbell, 17, of Tacoma REALTOR
ncation Cottage Sacrifice lama b. Call We ...1Io, 4II-I917 Wash., who said "1 worry

It M.500. Call 824-S484 Sara. Misc. For Sale Hunting and stiootmi about how much of a burden PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

IOta. I, FOR RENTALSIn 1 am on my parents." MODEL HOUSE 41 and Albee Rd.

S Venice Area CASH AND CARRYI ire lots of fun Mary Lou Rittelmann 17. of .
OUTH t t'ENICE., 2 prime See Inexpensive unfurnished cab- Baden, Penn., noted "I'm In East Venice

bomesiUs near beach. Low-II CHIPS JOHNSON nets[ for kitchens, utility More to when ixpertly worried about having suffici. A
nl.Prlc"Box 80. Rt. !. Realtor rooms, etc. Wide selection of tnt funds for education." 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathi City W.far TRAIL FRONTAGEON

-ita Springs Fla. 806 W. Venice Ave. 488-2279 sizes Venice Millwork, Air and itttlj done.B.ASafeShoetw." When asked how they got rIdof Formica Kitchen Paved Street
..
Base, 4886213. their worries! several of the Carper i Utility Centrally-ducted$ Gus Heat U.S. 41

Houses For Sale CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2; enagers said they compared Screened Porch Prepaired for Air. NORTH OF VENICE
1931 ANTIQUE FORD coupe. themselves to other people and Corner Lot 85 ISO conditioninq
bedroom furnished house. 0
G New tires, battery and new 400 fact at $65.00 foot
iDEN: discovered this made their own per
Screened porch. 488-1333 488- *
BEACH Nearly 2151. upholst@ry. Excellent condition. THE NATIONAl RIflE ASSOCIATION troubles diminish. Jack Gad- ON U.S. 41
nell' 2 bedroom 2 bath ,, TeL 488-1321 or call at 717 bois
SCrttntd 18, of Bralnerd, Minn., GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT SOUTH OF VENICE
porch patio car. Groveland Ave. said, "Compared to
pOrt Mobile Homes someone 4884413INTERESTED
feet
Utility with 526 foot frontaqe.-46&
drape who is
really having a tough
double BLOND WURLITZER Organ,
antenna. at $60.00 foot
Only W* down Many. extras PERMANENT MOBILE Home No. 4800. Perfect condition. time, my personal problems deep per

46iS for unusual buy.Phone 488- for sale, with 11x24 Florida Also tool house portable become rather insignificant." Martin 5, Stancik

room. Completely furnished. 4x8x8 $85. Phone 4884235.h'REE a

By OWNER 2 bedrooms Also garage, utility room, ? REALTOR
Florida w.she..l.roner. covered patio in More than 100 concrete To All Who Are InterestedIn
Ity room.. Separate util- blocks. Irregulars. Aproxlmately Venice, FI,. phone 488-5443.
I1Iorn. Carport. 800 rear. Covered boat well. Very
. CypressGULF
\11. reasonable. 19')8 Ravenna St., 30"x30"x30". Ph.
H. N. W/mmers/ Realtor
: okomls East.O'x42' 488- 705. Mutual Funds -

I baIts BEACE FRONT-3 Bdr AMERICAN TRAILER, PLUMBING FIXTURES. Several REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
rc<>n Pletety furnlahed. lo.Ppolntment on beautiful comer lot. Har Lavatories white and I W* art a company that represents Mutual Fund Agent (far Waiter Union Teleqrapk $100.00DOWN
CltiOll. colored sinks white and color-
bor Mobilsites, Lot 105.
city ta I00x500.. By Seaw.nld. Nd Lights ed t toilet seats, white and col- icluiivcly. W do not maintain a staff of ..I... Monday thru Friday f U I; Saturday t. I

only. 0x46 FT. MODERN TRAILER ored. Real Bargains. J. W, men and we do not call on people without their CLOSED SUNDAYS
ball ft. utility room Moore Plumbing Co. Phone
REAL BUYI Only 13500. Waterfront 0x100 ft. lot. Private subdivis- 488.4450.. permitiion. Howvr w* are 'In a petition to give HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSIN

horn. with 2 bed.- Ion. Don StumP. 488-1809. yen unbiased Information on any of them and help

rOOm,. 2 "tlUn.. YERS PUMP, piston, shallow you. select l the ent bait fitted to your needs and A
Screened In room NEW AND USED TRAILERS well type, like new. J. W.: Venice Gardens
11Ohoni. 458-4858 carport Shown 1 year old. 15' to 50'. See New Moons. Fl. Streu, Wlnfield Way Nokomis. daiirat. The prtiidtnt of our company will be in DUPLEX BAYSHORE ESTATESEach

t.CHEERFUL. by ap. Metro Models. H. J. Darlington Venice during the wt of February 10. Appointmanti .
side consists of 2 btdroomt tile bath $74.00 month
ales, Nokomis Hwy. 41. Ph.488Z608. Schools dining area, per
CBs 2 large bed. to M. him can be mads by calling 488-3278 light airy kitchen with Formica counter and eabinatt, Include Int. and Principal

I Bon15 tli. bath, fireplace Venice. screened porch large utility room with extra shower basin

and large utility room. 10' x 46' VINDALE ALUMINUM KINDERGARTEN. Registernow and commode, Frigldair autom.tic washer and dryer I CHIPS JOHNSON i
Plallo. tiled bath for 2nd semester. New
tine 2 bedrooms, ,
'Khborhood.' west Chrysler Air-Tamp central heat and air conditioner for each
rs1l low St. Mark's MUTUAL FUNDSINCORPORATED
wall rates. Pariah INSURER
$ heat large tank REALTOR -
gas
13'500Owner. gas ,
488- doors Day School. Phone 488-3401 or apartment water io'tner and chlorinator double concrete I
Kelvinator sliding ,
oven. closet and 8-2186.. drive and carport, large, beautifully groomed lot. Completely

M. completely fur.Wthlhted. abinets exceptional TV antenna space, awnings, furnished In excellent torte. Must be teen to be 306 Wait Venice Av*. L I

Separat garage covered patio. Not new but repainted Instruction appraci.t.d. ONLY $29,950.FRANK Phone 488-2279 .'I'

I!a5e1l.RiRb7 Mineral Springs $10,500. and refurnished. Nice 903 First Federal Building St. ','.rs/ml./ Fla. C. RAEBURN Branch Office Kant Metal ).

Ph Margarita St.. location and wonderful neigh. GUITAR LESSONS. Including I '
REALTOR 625 So. Tami.ml Trail .
: 428-1203. : TELEPHONE St. er-nii/rj i
: W-7577
call at office. the
'U InspectIon in- >ors. Lot 150 or harmony and 'ry. Phone
&UAKBOfi LIGHTS." U. I 2SI W. Venice Ava. Phon*.: 488-1600-483-244 Ph. 488-1495 Venice.



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PAGE EIGHT THE" VENICE GONDOLIER,
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BRADFORD 'MOST VALUABLE PLAYER I Uinner meeting

Venice Breaks Loss String

I Indian Football'Team Honored Slated Tomorrow

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With 72-67 Win Over Tarpons made MacDonald and Han
is
selection
The Gn
Senior tackle Gordon Brad entation was John Brockman. choice joined senior fullback lyLVMGA
ford captured most of the laurels Bradford also received the by the faculty Moser, Junior quarterback He
during a banquet and pass ] Earl Rawles scholarship and Sportsmanship Trophy and Junior end CharlieHodges '
Down I six points early in the early /hi 1M third crnarterSflcora In the preliminary. the Tarpons ent.ation-of.awards ceremony In was recognized for being a Steve Muurer, senior guard., Joelson in the trek to the speakers The low net, full handicap!
fcwrth period, 61-58. the Venice fouled field downed the Indian of the Letterman / irnament held laat weekend
was on a jayvees honor of the 1963 Venice High/ member of the White Sand.AJI.Conferel1'e was the winner table to receive their
High Indians came fight goal attempt and sunk both "B" team, 01-51. in what was School football team Wednesday I team. All-Con 'a Club "Sportsmanship from Sports Editor it Lake Venice Golf Club by
awards
ing back to garner a thrillingpsiconference shots to up the Venice margin perhaps the best effort of the night in the school: cafe Terence players were feted Trophy Bradford is presidentof John Garrelt of the Sarasota the Men. Golf Assn, was won
victory over to three points and Harrison season" for Venice With Jerry tena earlier in January with a ban the group and made the Journal in recognition for being by J, Snyder with a 66 ErErirkson : '
Charlotte High of Punta Gorda stole the ball lidded moved to the varsity came in second
I and two Hawks up The three-year veteran was quet in Sarasota presentation. selected to the All-County with
Friday night by a score ol 73- more to make it 66-61 with and starters Nash Uebtlhart voted "Most Valuable Player" The Rawles scholarship goes Also recognized were the. Bradford was an honor. a 67, while Lou David :rd
C7The LIme running wit ind, Jack Wright out of the by his teammates and was only to linemen and is in the other two members of the All team.able mention selectee on this Ralph Waller tied for th::d !
win not only "broke an With the crowd standing! lineup) because of illness. awarded a trophy signif 'ing amount of $300 to be used in Conference team, tackle Bruce with 69 f.
It-game losing streak but also! throughout the last two or David Bowdler and Martin (his honor by the Sarasota Her- furthering the recipient edu- MacDonald and right halfbackBob squad. Powell announced A meeting of the LVMGA wm! 1
avenged a 93-S3 defeat at the three minutes of the thrilling Salami came up with 23 and eld-Tribune Making this prey ':ation at a college of his Harrison Coach Jim had been be held tomorrow beginning at
hands of the Tarpons early in contest both teams traded 18 points, respectively that 1964 captains and 3:30 p m, with a special i If
d the aeawn.! : baskets as the five-point Charlotte outscored Venice! chosen by their teammates event A dinner by reserve: n
For Coach Dick Brown ft dians.held for 34-18, in the first half but the I because there of a tie would vote be for a a cap-co- only will follow at ( p m At
was the first time this year Indian jayvees led in the sec captain 7pm, the business mee::.in 1
he" got four good quarters out Byrd and Sikora paced the Hid half 33.27Charlott. lam and two cocaptainsJoelson will be held and at 8 p.m a
o< his Indians, and it was a Venice attack with 23 pants .. Varsity Funk 9-4- will be captain and color movie of the 1963 Bl ;R
kl big 24-point fourth period that apiece Byrd !got 16 of his in 22: South, 3.1-7. Uvine! 237 ur MacDonald and guard, Powell Bob introduced Open will be shown
turned the tide the first half while S kora took Bearwaldt 0 ; Quick 13-3-29Adkms : I Somers co-captains member of the
After"" Venice had forged to up the slack in the second half 1---2. Totals 28-tl-67) r yM, every
the front 19-8, In the opening with 13. T'Vf'ntY'lix of the first Venice Varsity.-Sikora 8.7 Y 1963 team and made in a few lieu remarks of- Army Recruiter
each
quarter, Charlotte came back 31 punts made by the Indians 23. Morgan. 42.10 Ringo .. I Iy about
were bv Byrd and Sikora. having a principal speaker Sets Visits Here
strong and scored 12 straight 3: Bvrd, 11-1-23 Harrison 4-
points while holding the Indians Morgan Score It 1-9: Landgraf 2- scorelCM Venice then Harrison hit fur nine, seven Total 30-12-71 was noted that Venice had the Sgt. Dan Couey of the CS
found the range again and of them coming( in the critical ---- best offense in the conferenceand Army Recruiting Office m
tallied 12 to only five for the fourth quarter Morgan had 10 of the five games lost three Sarasota will be in Venice e ."i
Tarpons tn lead 31-IS at the eight of them m the second + 1, were decided by a total of 13 Tuesday and Thursday ft m'
ntermMMon half. Tom andgraf! came up Games TuesdayOut points, The Indians won five to 1:30: to 4 p.m. to interview
Led by Wayne Quick's 16- with two big! baskets in the end up with a 500 record, prospective enlistees
point effort the CharMte five second half, one In the third Principal John E. Davis senr Interested :young men n4
raced to a 51-48 edge at the period to narrow the lead the ed as master of ceremonies, women may call the Sara :i
emS of the quarter, outHconngVenire Tarpons had gained and the Of TownVenice The high school athletic depart office, also, he said
:28-17! second as time was running i ment sponsored the e"alr.To January enlistees from the
The fourth period started out to give the Indians a six iI I Venice area, for three y af
tIObt the same fashion with point margin just before Char I make straight or curved terms, were Oren S, Gordon
the Tarpons gaming a ", point lottc David Funk converteda will be out to extend lines and stems, dots and Jr and Thomas C Adam
lead on several occasions, thelent free throw for the last tallyof its current win streak to two e 8I .
buds, use a plain round openIng Gordon I is the son of Mr and
tomorrow night anonconference
tone at 61.56.Vence's the !game game in / in your pastry tube, Tubes Mrt, Oren S. Gordon Sr. of l
Turn 'Ken Ringo! and Charles Del I contest against f with flat notched openings, are 304 Center Road and Adam' .
At the .stage of the game vac alternated with Landgraf Cardinal Mooney at Sarasota sometimes called 'leaf parents are Mr and Mrs
The Indians the first time tube."j
won
!ft was Venice turn. and played fine defensive ball.
and form leaves and Thomas P. Adam of Nokonr i ,
Bruce Byrd hit on a long: Ringo scored! three points, that the two met this season _
Jumper to narrow it to 61-57, I while Delvac was blanked I 64-56 ltI
Sam Morgan followed with alayup i The win was a fine team effort KMI will also be on the road
and Bob Harrison tied and the 72 points was" high tomorrow night to meet the
tt up at 61-61 on a lump *h tHe I for the year for the Indians I Ram of Riverview in a White
was fouled on the pins andconnected It wus.a well-plav,'d game I Sands Conference clash at I t"f Y
on his free throw to :i wIth only :42 mil being called, Sara!not a. Rivervievr was the t
put the Indians hark n front.. IB on Charlotte and 14 on Vannee. victor in the first meeting, 58 ONE
at 65l, for the first f, time t since I 1)) J49 I ICENI ::: .;; 'f.: -r' t."fIt. "t '-"" U'-'"
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COACH FEATURED SPEAKER INDIAN CAPTAINS FOR 1964--Quarterback paign. Serving as co-captains will be tackle
Ray Joelson, left, will captain the Venice Bruce MacDonald, center, and guard Bob
High football team during this faU's cam Somers, (GONDOLIER PHOTOS by Obcndorf


I Yale Club To Meet Saturday I National Guard I k I >F >F >F >FI .. will get YOltG000/


7orn Font, head football
exact at Yale Universal cut
seek to members and V"" i a t Past t I Is
area i*.l* of the Yak Cata Squeezes
JI ,
Sarasota on Februuiv II i .t-
President Stanley W J.,eq: t
announced! the lunching (.,) Myakka 62-60 sr Jf'j
Wilt be at the \' ,
,r Room of the Azure Tick J1 I
following a natal hour be ,.11 Unable to overcome a slow gri One State Farm Homeowners Policy
Bung at 11:45: a m. and deliberate type of offense
Pont was a star halfl iik ,i set up by the National Guard, I provides four kinds of protection-
Miami University totuu I at the Myakka Lanes dropped a
1949, 1950 and 1961, be,.( 111tJ1t 62-60 loss last Monday eveningIn home, contents, theft, liabilityandcosts
heed coach there in 1956 iihrn; City Men, Basketball Lea j
Ara Paraseghian went t to r gue play at the Sarasota High I up to 25% less than four sepa.
Northwestern After an resrve gym j
'tnrJl| -
record< at Miami, \I I ( e It was the third defeat in a rate policies! So call about it today!
his team won 43, l lost .1 l and" row for the local five who to
,, date have also won three
tied 2 games in seven nit. male -
George Zuraw led the Myak HUGHG.McPHERSONAGENT
accepted the coach m o! .. -
mgnment at Yale In Mitt, kamen in ,scoring honors with
IMS His team had a 6 won, r I IS points while Al Ucbelhart
3 boat record in his firstiar. \ri was held to only 12.
at New Haven, closing the season Rudy Eigl. hit from all anglesto
with a 204 victory OVl r pace the victors as he scored W fe gi .
Harvard 36 oomts I s
Lane Uebelhart t 255 S. Tamiami Trail
Visiting Yale alumni, .coil Myakka Venice
their guests will be hell, "'1 5212, Graham 0-7-7. Ball 2-0-4.
Jacques said, and ma "" Zuraw 7-1.H. Jenkins 317, Phone 488-6567 '
reservations! bv ('allm"j Itv I Gay 215, Reiter" 1-1-3, Lamb TROPHY WINNERS Tackle Gordon Bradford and guard ,. ?._
nr Mrs Storer at th, 2.3.7, Steve Maurer left to right, congratulate each other after being
Tides before noon F. h 10) awarded trophies during Wednesday night( football ban STATE FARM nrt and CmrtyCompany 'A.
quet. Bradford I was the Mont Valuable Player" and Maurer Home Office
: Bloomington, Illinois ''at....'!
.. s the "Sportsmanship,
&"
Lil Indians I I -- ---- --- -- --- -- -- -- -------------
Flferdink of ---
Osprey -- -

I $100\ ,000 Liquidation Sale I I IIP I i THE HOMES OF TOMORROW .

Defeat KaydetFrosh TO 49% OFF

Yale l Football Coach John Pont I

4332Bruce 1 __ I i ARE HERE TODAY !


New York Club IMPORTED i
\ ii

Brantlev continued his Meets TomorrowMembers ;
flooring, ways for the KMI rw.d Seagrass i see :
Froeh Friday afternoon at the md guests of the
Venice High School gem but a New York State Club will meet PATIO RUGS I mgns I Ii
balanced attack by the Venice for dinner tomorrow at 6 p.m.

Junior him to overcome High was too and much the Kay for of Englewood Hall American Legion deal for tile screened porch, i at the fl "

deti dropped a 43-32 decisionto President Norman Fraser patio or family room,
the once-beaten LI'I I Indians. said all former residents of I
Brantley bucketed 17 points New York or visitors from that Ug Ft..Z 2C Iq.q. 1964 VENICE PARADE OF HOMES
ft.
for KMI and pulled down more area are welcome Those attending > .
than his share of rebounds, but ( are requested to bringa o
he got little scoring help from covered dish, bread or rolls I
his teammate.. and their own table ,service, he Rag, $3780 i at EAST GATE .. I

For the LI'I Indians, Richard said 9' X 12' PATIO RUG, .................... $24.95 Ti
Blizzard was high point man --- !
EAST VENICE
ON AYE
,' with 13. Steve Dalton and Mor Vincent.Jehan I ITJER I
I t't!II}. { tnn Chiles were next with nine r1 tai
Shuffle L ty
r I apiece. WinnersVI M LW 6 BEAUTIFUL MODELSThe d
The first started .r
quarter Widman
of New York
slowly and ended with Venice and Frank Jehan "'
of Venice ultimate in t
ahead, M The quickened -
pace teamed
up Friday to win the '
in the second period and
regular bi-weekly game of potluck "woa' @
Florida LJying +
at halftime it was the LI'I 1 Indians at the Venice
out in front, 18.14. A big Club by a neon of Shuffleboard 683 over 264 So. Trail in Yei nice 488.2198 MwOPEN
16-point third stanza upped the i
loners B ron Lewis of Venice BROADLOOMS RUGS CARPETSBuy
Venice lead to 34-26 and in the
the and Fred Bartolott) of Massachusetts Se. Our Large Selection From Our Large Inventory
fourth quarter host five led
NOW
In scoring, 9.6. I "'::1 .. WrJ
VJHS is now 5-1 and KMI Is I


3.3."Reds"The preliminary and the Whites between was the SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES SCHEDULE FORINSPECTION c :

the "Reds," 14 8. Both '
won by ------------ i .
squads were made up rf mem-
bers of the Venice JunIOr High NORTHBOUND TO TAMPA SOUTHBOUND TO MIAMI I
'Javvee team THE MARTINIQUE '
Terry Owen and Randy LV. VENICE ''' 9:30: '.m, 2:50: p.m. LV. VENICE 10:00: a.m, 5:20: p.m '
Willis had four points apiecefor Ar. Sarasota . 9:40: un I 3:10 p.m. Ar. Punt Gord. Flaq Stop I Flag Stop THE MALIBU r
the winners, while Pete Ar, St, Pete .. 10:10: ..m, J:40 p,,". At, Ft. Myers 10:25: p.m 5:45: p.m 1 1I
Gurda scored three of his Ar. Tampa . 10:35: a.m 4:05 p.m Ar. Miami 11:30: p.m 6:60 pm THE STARFIRE II :is. ti
team's six points.
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travel Both the to Sarasota jayvees and tomorrow varsity FARE TO TAMPA ........ $9.50* FARE TO MIAMI.....: $18,90* .. MAISON BLEU ,e ., t

afternoon to meet Sarasota I .
Junior High FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CALL OR SEE THE SOUTHERN BELLE :'

j United States farmers use VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU THE CARDINALI : lee r'f 9M

enough electricity annually to e 8 ,,

furnish all the power needed, by 314 W, VENICE AVE. PHONE 488.2238"Plus
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