Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00170
 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 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00170
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Jan. 29 71 4)) No Rain
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'M Jan. 31 76 56 N.Ralp

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Feb. 4 68 58 1.91RaJo:
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Serving the Fastest Growing Area en FlortdVi West Coast .Osprey, Laurel!t. Nokomis V.nTc., South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood Norm'" Port Chariot! Rain for February .... 107.

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Ii p .. Authorities Refute
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'Jt'JI n t t I I Reuorts Of Student 'Bad Blood'a

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A ... A Sunday night fracas bal anImosity exiting! since! the and it lit in our convertible Sunday night incident, tIe add.
looncd by out-of.town published cadets arrived last month for John used prof"ne languageand ed that as far as his depart.ment '

reports Into a flareup of their annual three.month stay. asked the boys to step was concerned the incident [

Irns"simmering "bad blood" These accounts went on to over in the field and settle It. was closed. He added,

among Kentucky Military In- say there hod been rumors of Hit In Mouth "reports of 'bad blood' and

stitute cadets and Venice several fights involving Venice "We walked over there and rumors of several fights' were

youths, was discounted todayby area youths and cadets and four or five KMI boys followed purely figments of some re
school and city authorities that to date nobody had been us We'r! not sure even if they porter or editor imagination

as a minor incident of inconsequential arrested. were the ones who flipped the ."

SII proportions Brief Duttlp cigarette I got hit in the Col! Charles] B. Richmond,

h The two Sarasota newspapers What actually happened Sun mouth and don't know if John KMI president, also refutedthe
published on Mondayand day night, Chief of Police John got hit at all The KMI boys newspaper reports of "bad
r Tuesday accounts of the Shockey said, was a brief left and s police car drove up blood" and told the GONDOLIER
affair and said it evidenced altercation involving a half "We told the officer (Patrol- "it is remarkable the

d dozen cadets and two men man Bill Fann) we had had a fine feelmj that exists betweenthe
one an automobile mechanicwho little trouble with some KMI, Venice public school and
I VeniceArcadiaRoad works here and lives in but it was all over When the KMI and between KMI ear'

':>''' '- ,\,! Sarasota and an upholsterer. policeman asked me if I want other youths of the communIty
e ,,: 4 When queried by the GONDOLIER ed my mouth treated, I told ,-
a .' ....... '
,. :' t. about "bad blood" reports him that I was going home Fine Spirit

n r. ..... ;.....:...;.. '. f#.' .. ... ...... : ... DiscussionCounty and why no arrests had< and would have it taken care "There has never ben a
1d been made if there had been of. finer school spirit displayed by

1'I ;": :0 ? .DICATION The attractive new eyecatching curving hyperbolic paraboloid roof, has been finished i except Commissioner Fred several "fights," Chief Shock "My mouth started to bleed Venice High School and KMIIn

'II ", I 1 Casino will be dedicated at a brief ceremony for a touch here and there. Already] it has become the most I Haigh and Boyd Gemhard will ey said there was no evidenceof again on my way to Sarasota their two meetings in bask

I, ,3 .-1, The unique, $54,000 structure, with its gracefully photographed landmark in town make their regular monthly bad blood and that no ar- so I went to our family doctor etball this year and even with
visit here Saturday and will be rests had been made because for treatment the keen rivalry shown there
I. -
at the County offices E. there had been no fights Shockey said he asked Pills- wasn't a single Incident," Co!.

each Casino Dedication Saturday Venice Ave. from 9am on. until He said the incident Sunday worth if he had heard of any Richmond stated
noon night was not entered in the "bad blood] between the ca- With regard to the KMI

., police department complaintbook dots and local youths and version of the Sunday night
The two commissioners will since the parties involve Pillsworth "No."
I, W, EARL AIMANN: He reminded the chief that o Permission to erect direc across from Bowden Food discuss the proposed new had not filed] a complaint. answered altercation he said Shockey'sstatement
would suffice
now is the time to build up a tional signs to St, Mark's Episcopal Mart There is already one highway that will connect Ven- Shockey said Donald Pills. Shook Hands I
r' C je new Venice force The youth added that while Principal John E. Davis of
police and that Church on the parkwayat curb cut on the property and if ice to State Road 72 between worth, 18, him the following ]-
gave Venice
will be dedicated High School said there
I I council members should Fann was talking to them he
Palermo Place and the Tarn permission i h for Sarasota and Arcadia The
given a sec- statement Tuesday
r at 10 shook had !been no bad blood" evident
ceremony hands with the KMI
more about a candidate education iami Trail; to the Venice Area ond curb cut the bus line is route for the new road la now morning concerning his partin between KMI and local
C' 'ur.lay morning and boys.
physical fitness He Free Library on the parkwaynear being surveyed.
contemplating: remodeling and the altercation with the
c ne was agreed upon Shockey emphasized there youths for the past five years.
he would favor in Gulfbreeze ]
a raise the Hotel and
; : enlarging the will also
building They discuss cadet
Council which progress : Said Davis "The relation-
has been
bv C r no indication of
the salary scale if it was necessary in front of Teen Haven at Ven- for any
,d to mike the cerey to a Trailways] Bus Station being made on construction "We (John Lee Brewster, 21, trouble between area youths ship has been only the finest i
.0 attract good men and ice Municipal AirportS At present it is located
on East of new county office facilities wain the auto with Pills.
the attractive $54 and the cadets
prior to the (Continued on 2)
; keep them.Shockey. page
Heard from Councilman
a report Tampa Avenue but it is too on the 40-acre site In South worth) were driving In the alley ]- '"
i- n' an informal one announced a 200 Ralph] E., Anderson that small The extra curb cut is Venice Working drawings are between the Dog 'N Suds
T.r ',' lure with its hy1 hour police school will be started he had gone over all leases at necessary to allow busses to now being prepared on the and the laundry and some
1 'boloid roof for bul this evening at the police the airport and found some of enter and leave on the Trail. buildings and it is hoped the KMI boys were walking i Stuart t Asking Return
', I.illy open weeks station from 7 to 10 p.m. as apart them had expired Action on all these matters facilities will be available] for through the alley on the way
q r tw! past two of the county school system i S Heard a report from City will be taken at the of
David Hamilton up regular use at the end of the year, the to the Dog 'N Suds One I"
i it
s adult education Director Paul A. I
program.Lt. Planning council meeting Feb 11 commissioners said this week. the cadets flipped a cigarette
t .'C. 11 1 he had been told Wmgate of the Sarasota VounRberg! that he would starta
I --' "
p m st photographed To Tax Assessor
Police Force will be the first preliminary survey of the ex-
I I it area, He report instructor. tension of Harbor Drive to the
J essential work had Juvenile School I Casnersen property at the I i

c ( 11 I' ted except the The chief was also authorized south end of the airport in a Sarasota County Tax Asses.
', 10' and paving of it hasr to attend school the few I
a on daysHeard cor William N. Stuart has announced
sit.1 until more favorSC handling of Juveniles held by I t a request by contractor for re-election to a
: ,e, the Tampa Police .Force on John M: '(Jack) Bea. 'I second term subject to the May. t rY
Council Pleased Feb 17, 18 and 19, for law I ty in behalf of the Trailwa a 5 Republican primary.
[. ,u i ..nit the- special ca. flll'4eII&.ofCietre.- Bus LMM* (or permwufo. 4* cut I,' Urlris announcement, Stuart
a '1'1''IUee' the councilho Other matters discussed en'j the curb in front of the now listed a number of Improvements .
'- <>-s expressed satisfacr the Informal session : vacant Dairy Mart building he has made In the of.
t a'e' '. work and point
fice during the last three yearsto
'n 'citizens had ext
t t Sure at the com provide services more to efficient the and
greater public.
Seeks Huston's
i' I IIre. despite some Schmitt L6a In outlining his qualifications -
the unusual design *
for tax
continuing as assessor -
I I I,"')posed. Stuart said he has been
T e r', feted as its own selected by state officials] for
'l'I.' .nor with DirecF -
I Commission PositionCharles I- three consecutive years to ,
I' Works Guy E
erve as Instructor at the State
1 ",,,, the
seeing con Tax Assessor's Seminor in Tallahassee .

'I .
E. (Chuck) Schmitt .,
Police Candidate I { .
J lk rA+ l He added that he has extensive
F tossed his hat into the South
t'I I 'ft John ShockeyT experience in real] estate
'" County political ring today
"t icsday s inform sales] and appraisals in this
with announcement of his can
r "f'' on the names of county and that since becom-
sC '1" I' ''I", candidates for didacy for the Republican nomination
I ing tax assessor he has takena Y
nr'" the Venice Po- for the Sarasota County \ number of appraisal courses r
I T'wler.' L Commission from the Fifth
so that he can keep abreast of
("' 11.7. Aurora St. and District in thp May primary. L
.. change and developments in W. N. (Bill) STUART
D H Irrt s of 38 Tarpon Schmitt, of 118 North Banyan 9 the field. i
I I' F"!i men veteran Dr., Venice Gardens, thus got lF z
are 1 tc Stuart said he has upgraded valuation Addresses w e r a
'br'a 'f the Police AuxiliI the jump on other GOP hope- .
services In the office and instituted lacking on the Assessor records ,
I ,I I ,ih full] One of them, Kirkwood A.
"l are in their mid- i' : changes to modernizingthe previously he added.
Tischler of Flamingo Drive,
assessors office. Among Stuart also] reported that one
', ,''i official action on previously mentions as a pos- accomplishments in his first of the new services is the mailing
"Irma these two men can. able] Republican candidate, removed term has been installation of of Homestead Exemption

\until Feb. 11, most himself from consideration modern data processing equipment 1 Renewal] Receipts Ht Mid he
had decided
helS' appeared fav by saying, he said Stuart. This has enabled has expanded operations in the
', ,'C, confirmation. definitely not to make the race. his
Ir office to absorb the South County area by opening
II t f' ,.' man Dr John Candidacy: CertainOn ---- ------- --------- additional workload of a fast branch offices at the City Han

,n ,,1 ked the chief toa the Democratic side, Incumbent TIlE 1964 VENICE PARADE OF HOMES Gulf Coast Development] and Builders Inc.. growing county without additIonal in Venice during March and by

't1e 1 more informare Masel C. Huston said opened Saturday with traditional ribbon cut.tmg witness the ceremony The opening was term- expense he added. The setting up branch offices (in
: the regular council this week he has not decided ceremonies by city officials and members ed highly successful f" How ing a steady flow Assessor cited other, advantages North Port Charlotte] and Englewood .
whether to seek to continue in 6 of the participating builders. Mayor of visitors on Sunday. The "Parade" will run of the data processing at various times dur.

the $6.200 a year Job. However, Smyth D. Brohard cuts the ribbon here while through March, In addition to Gulf Coast, system, including the complete ing the renewal period of January -
his supporters consider him a -.- ;27 -- Councilwoman Blanche Celli!, Council President other builders are Paul Cockrill, Al] Welch, address of property owners on 1st to April 1st to help]

ustrial Show sure-fire candidate before the C. E, (Chuck) SCHMITT: E, S. (Bill) Raymond second from Chester Mayer, Don Heath and Harley the County Tax Roll, along taxpayers file returns without
March 17 filing deadline. right, and George Kunkle, an officer with WlUteaker. with the legal description and requiring a trip to Sarasota
Huston was appointed to the also a member of the Repub-

xbihits Readied 4 county to fill commission the unexpired last term April of lican County Club a director of South of the Sarasota South

Warren S. Henderson, Republican Venice, Area Volunteer Fire KMI Draws High Commendation From General I

when Henderson was Department, member of Masonic .

IS$ Start Nears elected as Sarasota CountY'1first Lodge 301, F&AM, the ..
State Senator under re Lake Forest Country Club, and Kentucky Military Institute

!IL apportionment.There Venice Gardens Mosquito Con. drew high commendation from
: hill t (re beginning toP is a disadvantage! Major General Normando Costello -
(Continued on page
<: I for the areawide some people feel, in filing too commander of the 20th
Y +
'Shaw, and Industrial Ex. early for a county office, since. U S. Army Corps, Fort Hayes, n. Has,? r
be held Feb, 26.29 I in the minute a prospect announces Columbus, Ohio, at the conclusion ] .
i 1 o IBS Bros Barnum & his candidacy, whether he Celli! ChargesAre of his inspection o( the

1'o circus auditorium, has actually filed or not, he school last Saturday
Producers have ;inform. must begin making weekly reports The performance of the f ta
}rotors',' that booths will of his campaign contributions DismissedCharges corps of cadets also went off I v

',, n'tted and ready for ocst snd expenses to the satisfaction of school authorities
1 r' 8 a.m. Feb. 24, with Filing Date and the thousands of ,
of assault and battery
1 exhibitions being per. The date for filing for county spectators who lined Memorial rk
to move in Sunday af starts at noon filed against City Patrolman "-
e commissioner I Park from one end to the I Ilaa
0 Feb Joe Celli by Gene Giddens
I 23 on March 3 and ends at noon I other
,'1,1' SU(1ested!:( that exhib two weeks later so all prospective following an altercation between Cot!. Charles B. Richmond, .

.l t up as soon as possible candidates have nearly] six the two on West Venice president of the Lyndon, Ky, ..+M
of Jan. 16 ++r..w
''d. the night
'" ,. last minute rush and weeks to get on the band Avenue school, and Col C. E, Hodg-
n. have been dismissed by Justiceof
,, The show will close] wagon. Ins, commandant, said they
Feb. 29 and nhibiU, in his letter to the Peace E. S. (Bill) Raymond.
t"be Schmitt, were pleased] with the praise
removed by 8 p,m, county clerk, dated Feb 8, announcing Raymond took this action after Gen. Costello heaped on the
: I. Giddens had the preliminary -
intention to file
his tl"r
ROTC unit after a morning -
Chow will! open each day "at the earliest possible date" hearing postponed on Jan: of the military Installations .
J1:: Md close at 10. There names Oliver H. Collett of 431 24 and then failed to appear and classrooms and the
d last week to testify as the
""T fashion Venice Gardensas
shows Hickory Road full dress parade climaxing, the
;at and! entertainment A hilt campaign treasurer and complainant.Police morning's activities,
Chief John Shockey
'Ill kickoff the National] Bank of r
opening the First Record Crowd
week that Celli
announced last
,I rrr'nOnies.) Venice as his depository. Patrolman Morris Sande- The 89 degree almost] perfect :
Painter will be avail l ewcomer and Florida weather brought out a
I 'II the auditorium, for ex Schmitt is a comparative fur were resigning from the record crowd and they, too, L
l'I'rs.r ( to Sarasota County, department. Shockey said Cel .
additional] newcomer were rewarded with two features ,
.limaIck?!,? Briggs' has been having/ moved to Venice Gar li incident orally with resigned Giddens prior and to said the seldom seen in a dress I :
C ? official April 1961, but since --- -- ----------
Photograph dens in parade a troop the line I""
to California
in he planned to move
jpSSlJ*. available]) for p'cI that time has been and active is start to be with his brother. His inspection by the general and LINE INSPECTION is being made by Major General Nor- the general in the above photo are (right) Capt. Thomas M. r t'

a"ul\ local civic affairs presilent I. resignation is to become effective the presentation of military mand O Costello, 20th U.S. Army Corps commander, who had Fallon, professor of military science and tactics; and (left) I
,' 11"from> 111 N tied for In* his second year as Gardens March 1. Sandehu was proficiency bars to two out. high praise for Kentucky Military Institute and its corps of Cadet Capt. James Brice of Scottsdale, Arizona. ., I

e to 7' p.m", Homeowner of the Association.Venice H. it effective: Jan, 31. (Continued on page 2)) cadets at \the conclusion: \ of Saturday\ full dress parade Wit (GQNDOUEa PHOTO.by Bob Obeodocf)



'. i 1 \ ,


1 SCHMITTContinued SEEKS Mayor, .l 1 uumffiS
Graveside services were I In Albee Road and Park Drive tral Alloy District and of Orchard BirthsCH1IYN1'
I Obituaries I charge of Venice Lodge 301 Nokomis were held yesterday Hill Country Club In Can Do.M 11.. kit ( from page Eye Bank MonthMayor

F&AM at Sarasota Memori. ,it Catholic Church of the ton. rln.land( : Ave:. Mr., VmIM sod' Mot 5".. Joh. Frka Irol Commission.
Park. Epiphany. Survivors Include his widow. Chet... hoes r..b. a. I:11 pm.KASTOR He is well known In golf eir Smyth Brohard,,
MART LOUISE KRAl'SERFuneral LEMl'EL E. STAIIL Mr. and .... Marrln' A. the west coast of signed a proclamation dedg
I Clark died Sunday at Mrs Hazel M. Lerch; a son '" del along
F O. V onlee. Ohio natmg February as Eye Balk)
services for Mrs. : Lemuel E. Stahl 69 of Colonial CHARLES BROOKE MEARE Venice Hospital Ray F. Lair of Chagrin Falls I Alan Kaitor, shun F*. 1. Ilp57RP'.n. Florida and northern Month.
Mary Louise Krauser. 72, of Lane Nokomis died Saturday Charles Brooke Meares, 70 She came here with her husband Ohio; two brothers, Herbert P ADAMS. Mr .a4 Mra. Carl, Ru_I.. having won the club championship The Venice Eye Bank
722 Guild Drive will be held today at Venice Hospital. a retired mechanic and veteran Richard S. Clark last Lerch of Canton and Guy S. 110.D.lt Ad'aiHSThf7; iTl ..i.BALDWIN. at the Uk Venice last September ??
at 4 p.m. .t Farley Funeral Mr. Stahl was owner and of WWI diod Jan. 29 at hiOyster year from St. Petersburg Lerch of Cleveland and two Mr and Mr.. Caiy. E., Golf Course In 1962. He also organized Venice Hospital tey; ''

Home Chapel operator of Stahl Heating and Creek Drive home in where they had lived aince listers, Mrs Henry Hager of Puma Corda. d.uthur.. I.II Kh.rl P.... PaosaaHwOSPITAL won the 1963 Venice finished DeMolay in the as the sponsoring Awniu! ,,

The Rev. Melvin H. Meyer Air Conditioning Co. in Indianapolis : Englewood.He 1961 She was a native of New Massillon, Ohio and Mrs. H. tournament and and with Dr. Douglas organintim
events en- William
was a native of Oakhurst York City.Survivors. M. Smith of Naples. REPORT the top four In six ,
pastor of Lakeside LutheranChurch Ind., prior to his corning Coast Golf son as the medical dlrrctnt
and to West ,
Fla the area
will be in charge. Mrs to Nokomis in 1956. A native include her husband Services were, conducted tered in the To date 100 pledges
from Miami in 1959. ADMISSIONSJ tournaments.Schnutt W
Krauser died Monday at Ven- of Richardsville Ky., he Survivors include his widow, ; three daughters Mrs. Thursday at Rawles Funeral' Vwlf.i.. Assn. been received and four pairs
ice Hospital went from there to Indianapo- Mrs Ruby G. Meal-en of Englewood Helen Knapt of Lake Mahopac, Home Chapel by The Rev tom l ..11 1 Huntar.Nh.l! Nokomln rrmonftlfc' CtmaMWhltton. born In Paduoah of eyes have been donated
Shj was born In Oswego, N. lit in 1934 a son Carl B Mares N. Y. Mrs. Katherine Daven- David A. Bowles of Venice-No- ". In.kwoodl I Clifford M.... NokoD.1. Ky., in 191. spent Ma earlier The first successful tan*

Y., and came to Venire seven He was a member ft Richard of Lakeland; ; ,two daughters. port of Hyattsville. Md., and komis Presbyterian Church. Whl.. Chrt.tln.... Enfknroodi ScammMi., Juno Vmlr.1 lUll Frrr In-: life and received his Primary transplant on the southww
from N. III i Ky..) Methodist Mrs Veronica Sullivan of Nokomis education in Wadsworth. Ohio coast
>*ars ago Lewiston s v e ( Mrs. Audrey M Taulk of Englewood a- Florida was perforrnerf<<
Y. She was a member of Lakeside Church and of Brookside and Mrs. Sylvia M ; and eleven grandchild LEAH SUZANNE ZICHECK ..n. Sol Lmn.1 StahL NobmklDoohe Vi.ltar a town of 8.000 about 40 miles recently at Venice Hoepltatutilizing )

Lutheran Church. Lodge 60S, F&AM in Indiana Halley of Lakeland; two sinters ren.The A. Burk. 't'vI..n::: Carl{ ftehomholu.Indian. south of Cleveland. one pair of the donated
Survivors Include her husband polis. Mrs Grace Millets and rosary was recited by Leah Suzanne Ziecheck one- .I Mary W.rtlll.. Nob....., WndaMarl. and engineer eyes.
Earl A. Mar* A
of Mr. and Rule
Fred W. Krauser and a Survivors include his widow Mrs. Daphne Patton both of The Rev. Michael O'Nell Tuesday -year-old daughter lleed, tnikiwoodi ,_.. M. Gsaes, he attended Geor
brother Austin Mack of Niagara Mrs. Bessie Stahl; a son, William St. Petersburg, and six grandchildren evening! at Farley Funeral Mrs. Kenneth Zlcheck of West N.k..1a. Wort :rats College, in DouglasGa :
Falls N Y. Home. He also conducted the Palm Beach died yesterday at J.n. SlFlow.... LmMM.
Stahl of Laurel; two sisters Port ('harlot'FOI17 I R T .ian. Eaglwood : ... ., working summers at the BAD BLOOD
Additional funeral services Mrs Virginia Dalton and Funeral services were conducted funeral service yesterday at a West Palm Beach hospital. I Corn.llul Van Tot Von''''. Babcock-Wllcox Co., in Barberton -
and burial will be in Niagara the church. Burial in Cal. F.b. tl Phrllai Cbwna, Vonl.., Ralpl (Continued from par 1\)
both of Indianapolis Rawles was
Mrs. Iva Totton Friday at Maternal grandparents art marine engine
+ W.I...., V..,... Ntlll. Ma. snow Ohio In the and to my knowledge
Falls N. Y. ; four grandchildren, Funeral Home Chapel Englewood vary Cemetery St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham of ._d. Nokomlil Irrlnt Lamdan V nlM' department. hasn't been then
--u._-uuuuu.u.-__ two of whom Raleigh Stahl by The Rev. Raymond South Trail and the paternal Harrli Hart. Entlewoodl Clara. U.Vibr'll'r'.Tld for several a single incident
ALLENConvalescent and Mrs. Shiela Patrick residein Allington of St. David's Episcopal DAVID II. LERCHDavid grandparents Mr. and Mrs. town. y.-lest. ArthorS After working General Mot W* have been meeting KMI; la
Venice and several great Church Englewood George Zicheck of Tampa The Qu.... Port Chn o..I. A.ntok >>... firms, Including basketball baseball track and
and H. Lerch, 87, of 12 S. other .&11.. VmlMi, Edwin, Crabtrw anelwsends ors, Schmitt started Mi own golf over the year and si
grandchildren. Burial was in Gulf Fines Kenneth' Zichecks have one .
Ruhr Jordan and presl
Venice Blvd. South Venire Eva Travl. Nnkomlll business in 1945 was though the competition
Nursing Home Funeral services were held Park.CATHERINE. child Terri, aged two. L \ir.l| Ethel: I Par.roa.1 Entkrvood I IHarvCT Packaging hu
died Drums
Venire HOI'pital.
at Steel
I Tuesday at Farley Funeral Sunday Red, Mokonl.' | earn Sate, dent of been spirited especially i fa
24 Hour Nuning Service; ) The young parents were both En.IOWOIIOI, Gall Ad..... V.ireF.b. and Accessories Inc., for basketball there has beta
Home Chapel with The Rev : MARIE CLARKFuneral
11 John Ixnfboarrow, Entl: rool i the
Phon Venice 4X8 1703 reared here and graduated before to
Mr. Lerch here from 15 moving trouble"KMI
Melvin H. Meyer of Lakeside services for Mrs came ROM MaeNcll Entlewood: Goo... Bakw.Nokoml. years no
lit roNCB ns LEON Ate Lutheran Church officiating. Catherine Marie Clark 69 at: Canton. Ohio in 1960 after his from Venice High School. They .i Mary H.l.r. EnfVwondlStart I Venice area. This corporation
----- retirement from Republic Steel were married here in 1960 and ( Cow.ll Nokoml.i Arrhl. Urlna, designs, develops and manu-

" after 41 years with the com moved to Tampa that year. Ohrlniv Veoat I ,Gf Vanlo.'rf. Rlrhirt.) Sopbronla venial DoUon.Feb. Abe. factures special steel contain. PARADE
They[ lived in Tampa until last Oen.. all branches of the armed .
pany. At the time of his retirement q' ers for (Continued from
page 1)
he was foreman of the September when he took over William. Canton Mill. His birthplace! > was managership of a family own VmlMi, Klara Ovnvaard tfe.rUwoodi long term storage Gen. Costello
"AIR CASTLES ARE FINE Ohio. ed motel in West Palm Beach. ro..... Vll,r. Nonb. Port by
Millersburg and his partner
Ch.rlotl.l i Frank J Colond ('... Coral Cadet SFC Louis w. Flih.
He was a member of Republic Funeral arrangements were 101....... Bullotk. Vmloii. ,.,....oo (libKfi .- Woody Lanlus, engineered and man, of Louisville Ky, wq
$ ] Steel Foreman's Cen Incomplete last Kokonlil Rlckr Ganvalla, NokoJ.n. built the pontoon bridge to
Club night. .. i iDISCHaRGE' awarded his bar for atttlnini
UNTIL YOU TRY TO MOVE INrMake Casey Key at Albee Road.In the highest score in a recent

t9t Thoma. B Ha.kln rvxplradNokomi. ) announcing his candidacy physical training test which Included
I I ., Ber... C. Voorb_ N.I' Schmitt said "We are all livIng exercises in
< < York! Banlamln Adama, South V..lMt agility es-
wonderful of Florida
in pert
J'QAQCj! J'iri iaQ Jon e .o O. Hut Nokc.mli: Ixral. NemeUirniktwoodi a ordination and endurance.
dreams : ., Tblma' Morri. PlaidsIWass but Sarasota County with Fishman is a member ot Company
your a realityWith I Wllmer V.nlal| Stet Cutbrla.' all its assets, has still much to B.
anflrwoodi VI."' V. Jaiin Nokonl.1
265 Nolomis Ave. V.nica Ifarir. Boott \'ilnl John Fl.wart (... be desired along other lines Sgt. Gerald N. Yicser ot
a home designed and built . kind. .. Cvrald Vanlotl' Du., s.......Rnanoka.. K. ammo W. V.Oa.prer ... "I feel there are many thing. Winchester Ky. also won i

JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER Howard Char Entlr..ood| Mrrtl. lo be done one of which is to bar for being the neatest cadet
Muawp.ah. Nokmla'/ elect men into office who haveno the '
during past quarter He 11
.... lot Tlarane. alone Vmlo Hrml.
By .. ,. Flichcr V.nlc' l lord Geld.... No.komlil business obligations and a member of the band.
--"""""' Harrr Gob v
V..t<.,, V"I Marl.. TubaPlod.', good of the county. as called for by Odd!

adior INC, 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291 I... a1 Hama. '..pi. .. "Having a n engineering Major Edward C. Keetoj cI|
IC Ven. l Rnben Gtriekl.nd Puny
In addition to Winchester Ky.. followed the
..: luanlta Whltnnr. Vanle.l' G." Bell.MIMred background, operating ,
GOD IS OUR HIDING PLACE 0.nla: Brunt. Venlnel John my own business for traditional pattern of the
DuMinrtr. Fort Cbarlottel, Mark F.r.ler. .
''. many years I feel I am quali'led school's Sunday afternoon !reviews
I V..ir'l How.r4 Johnton Vnlr.1'
(St. John, 17)) Ruth Mark, Nokomi: Chris Molnar, to be of some assistance except retreat was omt-
N.omlat. ; Rleh.rd. S.see, NokotnUlChrtatin. in the operation and management ted. In its place the KMI! i!
aUKTWiTH/ THAT ADDED IQlX rT David acid "Thou art my hiding place. This meant that Whiney Entlnrood "
Fete ll \\.,., Burka Venire.I/ EraToderr. .< of Sarasota County. piece band under direction of!
God is 4 shelter for all who trust him. Jews prayed for his ., Fntlrwoad i Alma HmdenhM, Schmitt is married and hasa Capt. Thomas Holowitr! plived
disciples and all who believe on him through the word of Eruilewood. : Krnm Hodton. Vmle.tlorothr .:
Hopwood Fnflewondi Uon married son, 21, and a married Hail to the Flag and the Stir
At the Shamrock Blvd. Entrance to Venice Gardens his apostles H* prayed that w. may b* In Christ and in Hunter. Nob wit Clifford Mar. Noko- daughter age 23. Spangled Banner while the entire
God. (1St. John 17:21)) Are obedient and we mia. : H. W Mu.ol. En||..oodl Aawna and visitors Hood
PHONE 488-4885 : we are rki O'I>Onn.IL Venial, Gilbert ,_ corps
I I trusting him? W. must trust, and w* must be obedient if law. Veniar., ChrUtin. 6......... V.,.. Cloves make a vanilla sub at attention.
P. O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida we are to find this "Hiding Plac." E.k.:Ptahl Mnrr" (nplredl Bebellrk, .., .Nokomla Noll....,"p William stltute, put a ting in perfume Before the start of the !review

Feb Ii Clara Ellla, Enilewoodi, Fair flavor toothpaste ease toothaches Gen. Costello addreind
I __ I tr'' JohnM. V.nlc.i David UrekPea. l.-< the cadet corps, explainiri
ands.. {'... .... and are chewed like gum
.' ll Helm ...... Nokomk; MarloncK.lvcr in India that his visit to Venice wu to
CHEVELLE vin ... Scott x,110! Enrla.wnodi evaluate the progress the
MALIBU SUPER SPORTS by CHEVROLET Ih.rlr &Hlldrvth.h..on. rnak.o.Pe>rrr. EnilewoodlFeb. .' CARD OP THANK school had made in its ROTC

it Rftkil R.rnold NokomhlllffoH Hlk' dorluat rr.tll.dt .. utond program of training
lrN;I! R'r t Mlenheettt, Brad. ? ,. t..IEd. this word .( thank. '., Iht mm Aggression Possible
t I sin Trabtrea, Entlewood I Phrllai and kind a.. ., "..p..h., ..._ tr reminded the cadets hIt
R.br BCT Cheyna. Venice. : riara and thoitht/il Mind Than kliilMMnmit He
k J 14 I II Baby 11,., Kaetor Veruo! Nellie lprlninmt h... nnrli u ... this country is new living In .
Noknmto, R, Koran Krlder, Etlewobdl > MRS. noitnTncA; .. rrcwART.
I, of possible
I I rtrrr Wklt Enilewoodl An- ..d f...".. period
1ck Melrulra, Vmka such as America has never
known before.
"That is where your ROTC
1 training and knowledge gum'
at KMI will come in good stead

t'I I in the next few :years to come,"

EXPENSE I he said, "since it will be up lathe
youth of today to furnish
IS AMATTER not only the military leaden
ship of the future but the polio
OF tical and economic leaderstp:

YOUR OWN as well.
,,1 Y oAO General Costello pointed out
CHOICE a it is the avowed Intention dour
communist enemies of not!

only destroying us physically
but morally spiritually and religiously -

as well.
, After he talked there Mew
How much shall we spend To every family this questionwill ed the review to the sum (

a n 1a tome day arise We have in recent years advised strains of John Phillips Souit'I

bl '"e l many families in advance of need. W* have services here Stars and Stripes Forever,

to fit any circumstance. with Company C winning lOP
proficiency honors of the d.T.
The general inspected I D*

it i- RAWLESFUNERAL Kentucky Rifles the 2J-m
the I
precision drill team under
dual command of MsG

Lousing, of Huntington W. Vs.
HOME and Sgt. Keyes, of Oncuiniti,
225 W. Venice Av. 4884761Valentine'i After the review Gen. Costello

gave his impression o
Oxygen Jhtnpy Service the Venice area.
"I have been coming to tw
24 Hon Ambulance Service; area for the past 12: yean and

: to my mind there is no better
t place than Venice in all ;Hi*
world he aald.
To Live Her
He confided that he expert
Day u.February.. 14 to retire from active duty the

..---... ..... <..... fall and live in the Lyons BiT
*x >- district where he recently purchased

\ N/ Gen. i Costello lot. a vigor"01
J man still in his prime. Is s

veteran of the North African;
'I 1 rL and Italian campaigns end
\ w& .' served in Europe with tw\

: thI '. ... I 1st"
'.. .' : S. Patton. H*

I latkgraund,nu Clwv.ll. Malibu Sups Ipso Coup., fof.gteurd,Ctxv.ll. M.IIIHI super Sport Convtrtit. twv ." served In South. Vietnam old

What's so super about the Chevelle Malibu Super Sports? "- /.' in He Korea.by was Col.accompanied L. M. Marrs to,Venice W

chief of staff at Fort Hay*

I. Late start with the inside. You get individually adjustable front and sports-styled simulated walnut, steering wheel, to name a few. iMANT Valentine Parade y\1\]
Next Cadets
bucket seats soft, color-keyed leather-grain vinyL Special InltruEven the exterior gays it's super-special moldings and emblems w. hold their Sunday annual the St. Valen

mentation-ammeter, oil pressure and water temperature gauges. special nheelcoven that define the highly maneuverable Chevelle tine's Day Parade .tartlt1r.t

Bright metal console panel with either sporty 4..peedatick shift or 115-inch wheelbase. (Chevelle is smaller than the Jet-smooth luxury _"tOTY 4 I p.m. This Is a day the .","

I Powerglide floor-mounted straight-line shift. Chevrolet bigger than the popular Chevy II, and fits beautifully in ,, tire corps looks forward eotn'to
Under the hood? Lots of choice. Two Sixes standard since on that day the four
120-hp and between them.) ;, Make your mono 0" V.lenti"e'e Day,, panles of infantry a! well"

optional 155-hp'. Three V8's from the standard 283- 'job to (you're reading it right! 327- u.-in.- this aalute the compew
up ) < Try SS Coupe. and Convertibles is their price. And there's so No other Irigrtne companies

one to flatten out hills! much more to find out about them, the only right way to malts a woman sweethearts chosen each etc"y1'
more feminine by ballot of the cadets In
Some mighty appealing options, too. Electric tachometer take it all in is to drive one. Your Chevrolet dealer can fl more attract*. company.The .

Positraction rear axle, sintered metallic brake linings take care of that, too. 'Optimal at/ utn tott. Spray Milt .. ,-,,,.,,,(3,75 plus\ tnc..UI.A. choice Is not limited is"

As P4.5m...r /,.- Venice area girls and oUtlm"
THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy II e Corvair Corvette the sweethearts chosen .rt
the Kentucky area.
ta; See them at your Chevrolet Showroom usual the Kentucky H"1""

DICK & MEADOWSPHARMACY will 3:30: give p.m. a prior precialon to the drill revie*


I EUerdlnk's of Osprsy

231 W. VENICE AYE. VENICE MEDICAL CENTER I '100.110O )Liquidation' Sl|

US.41 and Englewood Road Venice Phone 488-3067 I Ii Phone 488-6774 Phone 418.398 UP TO 49% Offl'



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: '1 'NlceAREA"Jive Art Group Schedules Two "'"


( Events For Coming- WeekTwo exaf! SGREEN &

: L activities of Venice-Nokorms Her formal painting training
Itf. ,, Art Assn, are scheduled was undertaken in 1956 as a STAMPS '
: IID I00 for next week beginning witha student of Clare Nickels and
public reception Sunday for she has earned honorable mention J
90 the Stephanie Takorea one-man In two consecutive association
U show which opens that day at exhibits One of her paint e.nler "s-"eplnt" Cwitor, W Trnlco AT
Italian Villa. was selected for thegroup' '
N 80T I On Monday the association's ings '. juried show which clos- ___ l1.''b-\Iirl'w\ : r> JIIiII--! _,_ _
second art demonstration of ed recently at First National
I the season will be given at Bank of Venice. THURSDAY! FRIDAY SATURDAY
7:30: p.m. at Venice Civic Center Among her other work here
Ei0 I by Isabel White of Long was the dealgning of the vestments RESTAURANT BONE
p Host Key! She will illustrateher and ciborium covers for STUFFED. GROUND BEEF I IflAfi
approach to impressionistic Catholic Church of The Epiphany -
E Sop landscapes in oil. She also executed the textile "
40 I The Takores reception will painting on the covers and STEAK SHRIMP & RONI
E be at Uw Villa Sunday from 4 vestments r
to 8 p.m, Hostesses will be Mrs. White, a faculty memo SPECIALS
30 A Mesdamea Clare Nickels, ber of Long Boat Key Art Cen
I Gwen Lockerby Estelle Hun- ter, is formerly from Indiana' 87( 85c( Hi ,
20 eke and Tatiana McKinney. and studied in Cincinnati and
i iIO Mrs. Louise Mahoney will be Chicago prior to moving to
in charge of refreshments Long Boat Key, She receivedthe :
A third February activity will 1958 Artist and Model
,t st be the association's annual Award and the Zollner Corporation COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNER. .99(
member show at the Venice Award in 1962 in Fort .

,I theo branch Savings and of Sarasota Loan Assn Federal, which 1959 Wayne and, Ind 1960, Art her Museum landscapes In ,.'- __ ._F.l,;>';:.. t ";:'....___ ,,::. .

will also be preceded by a reception took Best in Show awards at
UNITED A AWAY Each member may en. Van Wert Ohio and In 1962 she Reg. 98eDRISTAN Reg. 98c
ter one exhibit and awards will exhibited in the Hoosier Salon,
be made according to public Her works have also been exhibited
vote Mr.. T A. Parrott Is exhibition in Michigan, Ohio Indiana 58<< LISTERINE 59 II
chairman and infor and Florida. .
mation may be obtained from A 50 cent charge for the demonstration
her and from Mrs, R P Mathews will be asked of nonmembers -
Mrs, treasurer Takores came here with of the association Reg. $1.96 60 Tab. Multi-Vitamins I Reg. $1.00 Tube w ShampooONEADAY .

her husband 11 years ago from __ ......:
IEADY TO BURST The weather hereabouts may not berg Connecticut. A graduate of 1 $1.0911 61 ( 1
the thermometer near the breaking point, but the McDowell School of Fashion in Elferdlnk's of Osprey | r.I
., ,r tmometer! depicting the status of the Venice Area New York City she is a pattern I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I]
a:, j Ar31'' campaign has reached the top an dis expected>> draftsman and clothing desn.I' !!! .
I;of -t at iny moment. ffi: A, (Nick) Keller, executive direct I' er. While living In Stanford UP TO 49% OFF I Reg. 69c Cream
-t Venire Area Chamber of Commerce and a UA comi she also taught sewing for Sin1 .
he d, points to the highest<< mark ever reached In a ,1 rer Sewing Machine Co. there. -- I AERo'siiivE II Dodrnt.: : : /

;"r''.t Sen I'e"Warren re This Henderson year's goal, campaign I tfas $20,000<< chairman, and according, final tab.to .16<<< SECRET 42*

W'.L.a' wJ::. show this figure to be surpassed YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn ,
(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obcndorf) 3

I Auto Insurance 98c Value 32-oz. Liquid'

Are Open ,r by five the top Merit available System thereby I 1. NEW LOW RATES I MiNUTE II /
names are
referred vacancies.to an agency for occurring 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE RUB 49c<< DETERGENT 59 .

fo Collegiansr
0 Offices of the State Employ
ment Service maintain Job outlines &
r students facingr I << helpful to students seeking r/-' ":;,,,,...
> j-mmer graduation field related to their educational -
i rr my: examinations i I I'ft attainment; likewise AGENCY ? ICE CHEST GAS
en'"' revel profession. these offices provide application 116 W. Venice Avenue I f
't With, various staler blanks, or they be obtained -
may S/SSi:J 488-2289 I
waling: to Florida by writing the Florida *-\. :.4- Telephone l : J Lu,., y.t CAN --
., em Director, Gerald Merit System, Doyle Carlton Iiybf u. III a
.' Bldg, Tal1l1h s et'. i Ie.raf.-
in* requiring! seato c G..nsr.el. ONE GAL +
v the 'revel of ado
r. k..p fe.l ,
? (
-ee will be held r CAN .
.' of accounting, adin :Jorlj'Si'Y::: : :''.'' :r;;:: TI'IJ5.Jf.2-: : ;:;; :;;. tel/qN r,, .
r engineering, pub- feu d.Y', ALCOA ALUMINUM '..?:..
"I and social work Ft "h .. ; LAWN EDGING 770JIZ
r inning to gradu354 s 1 EFabulanl
ry\ apply by Feb. Make Home Improvements J,', 7 4-lnchoi klo>. T. ..* l I. flowirbidt { Gal I AllLIhtw.l".1 o
walks, driveway, Iran, .tt.KM .
:m on to March 7 Metal with .
Mat trim. 49 Lee, .
'9minations, the

!, .["''::;-.6 merit! examination I.j NOW-BY BORROWING HERE! 1p j 395 VALUE 1.79 VALUE 99''C ". FUxable Sprout
177 DISCOUNT PRICE j $2.95
I. !i '..i nplicants for conon i Dlscoul4t $2.44

v. ..'> agencies served i PRICE . ValueROSEBUSHES i ...................... ,
LL---- '1 7':: :.1' ..BII. c C:':' J..m< .JIr.-LJ;
Jlii"'L'I!''I.di''iI["; u. 1'1' iIiIii


! Tax Returns -
t OF
" .,rrVXD: ) Charlotte 1 STACKSTOOL I
its here will ben ,
e >t in preparing GUARANTEED -
1 inrible, property r 1/" TO -:_-
.' Tday, and Wed 7sr
I U' T-jt As lessor Claude f4 s. cal 6e16"square GROW SPRINKLER
1 w'l 1 bo at the CharB Swtcpt" a "rain-Ilk potrn .
", ding on Pla- *| 99 : IfS ever iq ft.of Sit**In. ap spray t* lot I
-1: Horn 9 a.m. until 4 3.95 VALUE TiI.e}) Hi control.
I IV iy and at the Caper r

r 1 on. Wednesday from 10 ,a.m. uni DISCOUNT PRICE !! !L- --3 R9

id and other exemp-
n itions will also be l 3 $2.00HHBBHB
'4<1 during those two e

r -':" Jrfi 3ES t-

; .

Rill Phillip !e1 ABOUT A LOAN


.W heard of the Ajax ear? 4 Wr CONVENIENTTERMS >I
back in 1925 and '
r 1 4.
17 registered that
1. The i. era were around a
S: a T8 registered.

I 11 '!"r. find either one now, Spring 11 lust t around the .

mr there was SIBS mll- corner and there's no better
, Spent on auto research.
w$25 million Is spent an- time than now for making

3. 'k'kon fuel Improvement re- those OF 'I" ALUMINUM TUBING ,
improvements you'vebeen
Nto aii yes tIe," the rubber p about all winter A GREAT AND STRONG COLORFUL $5 97 iubin.I Aluminum' Stropq $5688 .

" In your car? First thinking BUY AT .. .. $2.99 WEBBING ... .. .. ..... .... Colorut W.bbing ttw".w. ,
*rth a cleaning conoenf Don't let lack of funds ,
Ttn f F'>r whitened stains, :\; .. .:' ,
U )lh t black shoe dye or deter you it', easy to arrange
e Wiih! There also is a U 10-IKCH
, rubber dressing you an improvement loan Sturdy Bar Stools ,

"'*I\ore\ You find it at auto Ask" For Full Details here, and you pay nothing CAST IRON r

" have firs with expfrl'lore down, can make payment
'F'10"m our Venice Stop by and over a convenimNy.xtendedperiod POLE CHOICE SK1llF1SHELF
| wed ,
car manager
of time!
, ,"I irs! are put In top OF
,I r UUica1>' I and reek .rotd..ah.N ww
; appearance .
: 0 before COLORS dorM w'v. rr* i*
we offer them ::
, If _woi dry .
, you'relooking for naked teal itW
*t'JlIOd ar. don't buy any. I'' ,.;.;,., r
: "'orn anYone, until you ,"Uf IN NAME ''I T lust IN MCI -
'Ur:' used
rt 0'*lnr PHILLIPS, tr'lIer car FORD value W at FIRST nnnonni j\\11 ennK OF UEHICE 3.97 1.98 Volu. e
'1 1 be nInf. \ 9 9 ,
d on \\he lafe aide $6.88 DISCOUNT t I
1 Sllow conaidera I 4ct; VENICE FLORIDA ':::"" PRICE... II
!kUf. Avoid( sudden< 'h 5tert braking' the cer a'"If yOUR NOuIQWNlDANK \ (:t-i:i :
?he Mgin In low ,ear. ...... ;:
ory] flrefully.' autoclde ... W* R..,... the Right to Limit QuantitU. VMiiU Suppl!.i Lad Federal Tax Ware Applicable'
d a traction of a sec-






I ;; Wood state deputy for Taml- -- ---- -- States Club Nokomis Nettings
Haven Hop All
Get-Together Set By NPC Grange ami Mrs. Pomona Astrld Mascoe Number, Two state, Teen Friday I

-NORTH get-to-gether PORT CHARLOTTEA for Grange: First Building Federal in Port Savings Charlotte& Loan and home master economics of Everglades Winifred committee: Denton Pomona To Feature Impacs ComboFlorida's Party To Honor 488.1SS5 Br-BERTHA P.O. Box PERKINS IW Nokomis
and Mrs -
i members, former members I Special guests will be WalterE ) here but phoned and
state for Everglades Happy Birthday! ThIs 1* a let the
and friends in this area will be :. Wood, chaplain of the Florida reputy Number One teenage of the Impaes It was impossible I at least it is grandchildren aIR,
Pomona Number Nine. regularly birthday month "Hanm
held Feb. 9 at J:30 p.m. at the State Grance and Mrs. Mr Edward Lloyd Pierce has band will at Venice make Its Teen first Haven appearance -- to bong acheduled them here Saturday for a nght New EnglandersNew to Abraham Lincoln George Birthday to You Grandfather!

charge of the arrangementswith I tomorrow night dance accordng to Al Bradley Washington and M*. and I suppose -aWe -
CHILD CARE CENTER Mrs Loren Thompson in Teen Haven drector. He sad Englanders, both former some few thousand other were lOrry to hear thai
charge of the program Re. The Impacs will play for that consequently the Friday and visitors will people. Anyway today is mine. Mr. Thelma Curry, the
Open 6 Days a WeekDAY served area teenagers at the popular residents nice people I say cap
) freshments will be by night M a* chosen. be honored guests at the All And to all you able manager of the Nokom
Mrs. Robert Grassie and her local youth center from 8:30: to I Birthday from me. I
CARE-7:30 e.m. to 5:30 p.m. committee midnight. The famous Tampa He also ponted out that if the States Club party today at S p. Happy it because I am also saying School cafeteria had a little
that landed
KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 9:00: ,0 combo, although strangers to Impacs are well received tomorrow m. at Venice Civic Center say goodbye, for a while at accident her in th,
Just rest
a.m. to ":30 a.n ... :\ the airport location of Teen night efforts will be The party is open to the public I least. I developed a stubborn hospital. up and en.
SEPARATE NURSERY FOR BABIES (((j- James D Norris, owner of I Haven, appeared at the Ring- them back to and visitors from the New Infection of some sort In my Joy :your stay, and we hopeall's
.,s to well
made now.
6 Month to 2 Year .... I 11 "- the Chicago Black Hawks and ling arena under the auspices England states are especially antram that is more than old- :
PLAY SCHOOL DAILY head of Spring Hill Farm, got,I of Teen Haxen two years ago larger quarter in March a* Invited, club officer ssld. I time sinusitis, so we have de- --
LAUREL ::"'\ atarted in harness racing last The TV and record stars have part of a big dance show. i There will be refreshments, tided for me to go to my old Our deepest sympathy to Hi
F' DAY SCHOOL year by purcbaseing a $4,000claimer i also appeared locally for other The usual admission price door prizes and dancing. home town New Orleans, family!: tf Mr Thomas B. Bit
AND NURSERY i' named Gallant Star organizations. They also play will be raised to $1.50 for the Pennsylvania and New. Jersey where they have sharper kin of Nokomis East,
Laurel Rd. & Old Trail 488.2639 I His trainer-driver is Frank frequently in Bradenton. were the featured stateson knives, or better saws or somathing. -4-
k Myers. Because of the full bookings appearance of the Impacs. Jan. SO and 350 persons attended Anyway, it has been Delightful recent visitors
8I __ --____ -_ __ __ .""' ..._,.\--nn.----- --.....-.-----..- ---' with M guests and wonderful doing the Nettings town were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 1 II
member participating In the for the GONDOLIER and Moser of Bluberry Hill Can.
I grand march Albert Porter, knowing all you nice people. field. Ohio, who were houii
club treasurer and Mrs. Porter I hope to be back before
Blellyoll. of the
guests Ralph W.
led the march: with Eric you have time to forget family of Laurel Villa.Uostt.
Larson and Mrs. recording Larson. secretary me Moser' retired last January if!
(Editor's Note: Harry ter more than 40 years with
Feature of the evening was back, Bertha, for we shall the Young town Sheet and Tutu
"loud .shirt Winners and skirt were competitions Robert- mill your sprightly column Co.
THE Feder and Mrs William Cleve until you do take pen ID hand -e-

VENICE 64 land. sraln. Meanwhile In, Nokoml.who'U maybethere's Interested and interesting vis.Itors \ .
The Feb. IS party will feature someone to our community lilt
the state of Ohio and a pinch hit. for you week were Mr and Mrs. William -
Valentine theme will be used sway) J. Myers of Ft Meade,
For the evening. Fla. Mrs. Myer l Is state preu.
Members attended the club's Speaking of birthdays Mr. dent of the Auxiliary of the
first potluck dinner of the season Thomas M. Wrede, known and Florida State Firemen's Assod.a .
Jan. %7. There were 240 loved as one of the real real Having heard glowing
HOMES"OPEN present Next supper will be on Venice area oldtimers, celebrated accounts of our firemen's Mm.
"PARADE OF Feb. 24.Ever. his 79th birthday. stray Show, she and Mr. Myert
Daughter-in-law Mae (Mrs T. came over as weekend house
guests of Mr and Mrs WiUltm
M. Jr.) prepared i delightful
mash a ripe avocado.
J. Miller, Pinewood Drive
dinner with a beautiful cake fora
season it with .It. freshly real family celebration. The (Mrs. Miller i Is our local Aux.llary .
and lots of
minced round onion pepper and serve it all(!Lakeland and St. Petersburg I II show, and president the party) enjoyed given the

NOW TO APRIL 1ST-10 A.M.-5 P.M. DAILY a dip for com chips I relatives were unable to get I day'Cardinal'show Villa for the after east Satur.and it

workers A real tun packed
To All Who Are InterestedIn weekend.

Mutual Funds Goodbye, to you, and thanki
'" for your help aDd appreciative
The Cardinal f
r i We are a company that represents Mutual Funds
? Tear f'Ire II
2 bedrooms, separated a.tJfJt :; ::;;J t' t exclusively. We do not maintain a staff of sales Coin Club PlansWednesday

for privacy. 2 bath, air- .: tar Ksr 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 men and we de not call on people without their

conditioning and electric .,{ a. I" car garage and large permission. However, we ere in I position to give Meet
heat. Built by Harley gg4f, t'a 4 Ian! Built by Don Heath you unbiased information' on any of them and help

Mit' If. you select the ones best fitted to your needs and The Venice Area Coin and

desire Th. president of our company will be in I Currency Club will hold !Ki
regular monthly Wed-
Venice during the weed of February 10. Appoint- nesday, Feb. 12 meeting in the com.

meats to tee him can be made by calling 488.3278, enmity room of the Venice
Venice. branch( of SarasoU Federal
Savings and Loan.
F19.eRw tae" Member are) urged to bt
MUTUAL FUNDS I resent a* plan are being art
The Southern for an unusual March meeting
h. INCORPORATED Anyone; interested la any form

Belle r The Malibu. of numismatics 1 is Invited As
1 added incentive for
an mm-
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 bedrooms, baths, 903 Fire Federal tuiltinj Sf. rWs/sii/rs" Flo. hen to be present, a current

23*'' ','18rl feet unrVf u a r ."91... foil llb2 ein ad oirfsneibu t. TELEPHONE: Sf. ,,,.,,burg/ '''.7571 United State proof act will be

f.roof.. Built by Gulf Cf: a.ve..en; a .. '. rbalgy ilt ks lation w.J given as a prize.II.
I Developrent and t. l ''r- "+ + tom. ""+ Built by AI W.lch.;

"', I.....

t High prices got you down?

-- ,,
r7A ,:

Maison Bleu ? o ; The Martinique

2 bedrooms, 2 complete t.t" .i j .. I it All electric Medallion e t ;

baths, I large patio and --pr""r-----L' I r= 'I a "..... z t home. 2 bedrooms, 2

'family room. Built by t", '. .... baths, formal I dining
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1----Venice East News I Thew 1 Neighbors J)-Little-Theatre Selects Gay Fleming ElectedBy I VFD Shows Film On Survival I Ia

the following new neighbors to 90s Melodrama For Finale GM RetireesLeo tn program aimed at acquainting staff members could attend.
oodrose Avenue Venice East may have a new house the Venice area: the public with work- They were held at 7:30: a.m.
tic''m M. Fleming of Venic ngs of the Venice Fire Dept, a and 2:30: p,m. Demonstrations
rat Elmo Hanahan's Boggstown, Ind, who own ay Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Hopkins Venice Little Theatre's fifth quire singers, dancers and other .
Venice and out Gardens was named presldcn: 'ilm on survival was shown on the proper use of fire extinguishers
In ;: art viewing model houses. 537 Riviera from Orlando.
ere, art froe and final play of the season, extras in addition to the 12 .
ink Mr. Hanahan retires the Indiana State Soil Commls- Mr and Mrs. William Dodge the annual fund-raiser will re- of the General Motors Retiree Monday night to the Venice were given following
they Plan to use the house i j!or vacations for themselves and Verona from Germany. speaking parts. Assn at its meeting at Largo. Civil Air Patrol unit and a filmon the film presentations I

rim \tune eons and families Their sons are great golf en- Mr. and Mrs Harold Hagen I The carting committee announces The organization was formedfor "Fire and Your Hospital"
bell from
\btJr New York
100 The Esplanade, from Boston tha tryouts for the 12 The world's least briny scathe -
anxious the social fellowship was shown at Venice Hospital
they are Mr. and Mrs William H. purposes
thusiasts 10 and Cape Haze. speaking parts will be held Baltic has only seven
thus and the dissemination of i
During .
jO Jet down here. Hanah.n Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson Wild 521 West Venice Ave., Sunday at 3 p.m at the theatre information the Tuesday.Two parts of salt per thousand of

VM of Md Mr.Mrs.and MB. By. New NPC Church Pointe Whitecap Apartments from Mr.New and Mrs.York.William Hunter George Mahar will direct numerous GM concerning retirees in this showings of the film sea water as contrasted with 43
guestl the play a Gay Nineties melodrama
from Minnesota.Mr. snail in the Red Sea.
art were held at the hospital
ron Sutherland.fl Dedication Set and Mrs Harold Benjamin 100 The Esplanade, from titled "Lov' Rides the area
313 Park Dale Dr., from New Jersey.Mr. Rails, or Will Tht Mail Train The association will hold its
lrfr and }.frs. Sigwald Larsen NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE' : Long Island N. Y. and Mrs. Ctrl V tall, Run Tonight." annual basket picnic on March
(1IsS/ us Circle are enjoying -The First Presbyterian Mrs. Ethel Young, Michelan- 1348 Tarpon Center Dr., from Play books will be available 1J at Philhppi Park near Safe- ELECTRICAL
t from their daughter, Church of North Port Charlotte gel* Drive, Sorrento Shores, Toledo Ohio. only at the theatre the day of ty Harbor.
urT Albert Hawker. from announces the special dedication from Maryland. Mr. and Mrs E. M. W.nemliker the tryouts. Those winning to I
Wheaton, HI. Mrs Hawker will service will be held next Mr. and Mrs. J. Doerttr 832 100 The Esplanade, sing or dance are requested to Ever fold strawberry preserves -
] short trip to Fort Lau. Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Riviera from Toledo Ohio. from Tennessee be there for registration but no Into a boiled frosting? MAINTENANCE
i.rdile to visit a longtimeftST Donald MacNair chairman of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whyte, Mr. and Mrs E, H. Bixler, tryouts for these parts will be CONSTRUCTION -
Mrs Jane Goettache. the Board of National Presby Renoir, Sorrento Shores from 325 Bayshore Dr., from New held on Sunday.
tenon Missions of the Ohio. York. LIGHTING SUPPLIES
-o- I Evangel-
Ical Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. I.: W. Wolfson Mr. and Mrs Carroll White, Rehearsals will begin after E1ferdlnk' 01 Osprey
Mr' and Mrs. Herbert Mao i be guest speaker. Synod, will Casey Key, from Michigan. 921 West Venice Ave, from presentation of "The Diary of Inc. I
Atet, of Venice East Boult- Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown, Port Charlotte.Mr. Anne Frank" on Feb 26 $100,000 Liquidation Sale ANDERSON ELECTRIC
surf!. have a gathering of their I IIImily The Kentucky Avenue J Presbyterian : \1307 Cypress, East Gale, from and Mrs. C. M. Shattuck, through 29. Mid-April is set for UP TO 49% OFF
from Mobile. Ala. The I Church Choir from New York. Pinewood Drive, Nokomis, the presentation date of the Bate & Cockrill Streets Phone 4 8.6794 I
a the i Lakeland will sing the anthems -
TgdloCommunionalt their Mr, Robert Huff, general Mr. and Mrs L. A. Phelps, from Michigan. melodrama. e:: -
El Greco Drive Sorrento
JYwnter Marie at the Epiph- I IlilY manager for General Development -Shores, from Fairfax V%.
Church In Venice on Sunin I Corp will bring words Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hatton,
The guests are Merae'sGrandmother of greeting. Beuna Vista Drive Nokomis, UNLOCK THE DOOR
Mrs. Herbert The congregation which has from New Hampshire.
Sr, her aunt Mrs. been holding services in the
MscAtee! Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schick, Q Y t I
Hiom s Koppersmith; and her Community Center moved in- El Greco Drive, Sorrento
pet Tommy: a great aunt to the new church and the first Shores, from Connecticut. 'I TO J
Jlrj. Edward O'DeUj: and worship service was held on i Mr. and Mrs George Ma. YOUR FUTURESEE .
Sunday Jan. 19. The
)jlrt'Bobert( Boler. Mrs Kop-\ church is tuck, Fiesole from Pennsylvania
Mrimith is Marie's Godmother located at 111 Biscayne Blvd., or.
and Mrs. Boler is her fath- North It Is modern in architecture -
Mr. and Mrs. George Ftssler -
eta Godmother. Little Marie fully airconditioned andis Points Whitecap Apartments :
received many beautiful me- equipped with a large Conn from Long Island, N.Y. ,
Organ with built-in
aintoi of her communion. tone cham- Dr and Mrs. Harry Venable / ,
-o- bers. Seating capacity is 400 100 The Esplanade from Louisville
with a knockout wall for future
The Winard Walkers certainr Ky.
) have a large circle of expansion. Mr and Mrs. William Wy.
friends There is hardly a day Dr. Terrence John PetersonIs coff. 821 West Venice Ave.,
that there i I. not an out-of-state minister of the church which from Vineland N J. I
car la their driveway. Mr. and will be received into\ the South- Mr. and Mrs Boyd Zook, PARADEv.
east Presbytery of the denomi- Pointe
Hit! Walker were formerly of Whitecap Apartments,
Hockessin, Del. Last year Mr. nation at the dedication ser from New York.
Walker retired as a technical vice.The Mr and Mrs. Max Stemfield,
advisor with the DuPont Com- public Is invited. 238 North Park Blvd., from v. 4
This past summer they New York. e a
wnr.bought a lot in Venice East The New York Yankees' Mrs Kathryn Vivian, 521
ind built a house. They moved minor league players will West Venice Avenue from
Into their lovely new home In tram in Hollywood, Fla, next I Indiana, HOMES
September. Among the many spring, I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Camp.

fntnds who have been enjoying i

tile Walkers' hospitality are IMPORTED :
!Mr and Mrs. Edward Calla-
Ihin of Baldwin. N. Y.J: Mr.: - I

from ind Wildwood Mrs. Robert N. J.j:Sheppard Mr. and re r Seagrass I : OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION

Mrs" Walter Mendinhall from
Wilmington, N. J., came to visIt PATIO RUGS
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j it the process of viewing prop- I c1 Ideal for the screened porch, '
erty to bur in the Venice area. family I ;
patio or room.
)lr. and Mrs. Walkers sister JJ. r A
ind brother-in-law, Mr. and 11: Reg. 35c 90ft Y EAST VENICE AVENUE, VENICE

Mm, Joseph Helm of College '//-4. r. . Point, Long Island, have pur-
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VeialiceJQcwut1ie'z THE r Dr.SafferHAVljpeakei-

\ pursuit #to |Jcrsmt Samuel Sager will dis- HAV switchboard operator!
IJiij of HavIng will meet Wednesday at 2 p min
PEOPLE Importance ;
MEMBKR or THE A5OOC1ATKOTM (Agra : C w cuss "The Examination" the hospital dining room and

A.oeldwl, 1 Prow to nrlnltrir mlllM ta HM fhr r-tmhllriitlod of .n! / a Physical meeting of the the president, Mrs Burton
K.n d"p>t.hm rrwIttH to It' i"r not therein. ernHlwl !I. thm" ftnprr end alorlooil I SPEAK a1 By TilE REV. R. R. LLOYD, Tutor at the February Vounteers Jones, urges all the operator
I n.m pnbllihKl .iMnlik AU rights el reimbllutloa of 1",101 d.'b. Venice Hospital
ON .... .....MII. .x First Baptist Church of Venice Monday noon at St. to attend.

The e..d bed ..........,.. maul d thi..ompw Ie e.mrtshW\ rod Mark's Episcopal Church parish -
.. ...... IIoa'1oa 10 ......1' f..bldJ.. wspt by ...u.. pwmtwkw.ORIp ----- hall. WWI Auxiliary
To The Editor: To The" Editor: I After the meeting, an indoctrination
''NAtiONAL fDITOIIALI I have been asked to com I Last October Amherst College course will be held Social CardsThe

q I IA sS c6TIG3NM merit on the position of the broke ground for a new Ideas have legs Today, Ideas not men, are marching to con- for new members and those
county prosecutor and the and larger library building quer the world. A century ago a terrifying idea was born in who have not previously takenit Ladies Auxiliary to Vet
plO fcr tf.-,.-.. M..H.-.I 11 J county court relative to the recent the fourth since this small New the mind of a German refugee living in a dingy London attic. ice Barrack 764, WWI Viler<
y, attempt by the city government England College was founded HIS name was Karl Marx. His idea was the Communist Mani ans, will hold a public dl"sercard :
h'' Edward D. Bait!, Editor and Publisher to "transfer" a case back in 1824 It was dedicatedto festo. In 1903 his Idea had captured the minds of only 17 men I TULSA, Okla. (AP) An party tomorrow at 1 p.nat

'1/oN Courtney Willis, executive Editor presently pending in city court, a great American poet in Russia; by 1917 it had captured 40,000. From this Isolated Oklahoma law, still on the Venice Civic Center
involving the cutting of telephone Robert Frost a member of beginning in the then obscure backward country the idea of statute books, forbids racing of Mrs. Rex D. Sowle It |Ir
George Zuraw, Advertising Manager cables. the Amherst faculty for twenty. world communism has spread and now engulfs a billion peo.I I steamboats on any river in the charlie Reservations mat)\
Roger Kilby, Mechanical Superintendent It is my understanding that two years and a man whose pIe More than 37 per cent of the world's population. state. The law apparently dates made by calling her or Mr
the county prosecutor either fame and influence extends How can We stop this idea on the march? Not by bavon- back to the days when steam Conrad Schmidt.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5.25 per year, $3.25 per has, or will decline to place throughout the world. nets. Not by bombs You can wipe out a city but not an Idea. boat races were popular and A donation of 50 cents ill bt
six months. $2 75 per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out oft this case on the county court Among those present at the The answer is a counter-idea And believe me the only answerto boats sometimes exploded. requested.
county, $8.2! per year, $4.25 per six months, $3 per three months docket. ground breaking was Archibald atheistic communism is the counter-idea of Christianity.

I y In the event the prolecutordoes McLelsh former Director of the We must believe there is a God. We must act like there is a r __
in fact decline, I concur In Library of Congress together God. We must believe that God makes a difference in the INSTALLWEATR
Bad Blood? Where? that decision. with the then President of the daily affairs of our lives. We must believe that our chief goal

In 1961 the county court United States, John F. Ken- in life is to be worthy Sons of God.
Kentucky Military Institute, the nation'i oldest Institution handled a driving while Intoxicated nedy, This is the only defense against communism Yes it is
of its kind, it a tremendous asset to this corner of Florida. case which the city government Said the President: "A nation a battle of ideas And the Christian idea must muster an HEAT
failed to progress on I which disdains the mission army of Christian witnesses if it Is to wIn. All ELECTRIC PUMP
For 32 years now, Colonel Charles B. Richmond has It.s docket, .and 1.have bee I of art invites the fate of Rob- I
been bringing his cadet corps of 300 fine voung men to liven to understand that there ert Frost's hired man, th HEATING /
Venice for three months of schooling while the snow flies Is yet another driving while intoxicated fate' of having nothing to loo Coast Symphony To Feature
case involving a backward to with pride and
back at home up in Lyndon, Ky.
former official of the City of nothing to look forward to wit

A substantial number of "KMI families" call Venice Venice, apparently dormant for hope Libraries are mem MJC Choir This Weekend .
home. Over the years they came to visit their sons duringthe about 13 months, which also ones and In this library yoi
the decidedto has been "ordered to be trans will have the memory of an extraordinary .
winter term, med what they saw in area,
erred" to the county court American: you will The Manatee Junior College concerts of the season, on
settle here permanently.The forum also have the future for all] the,II Community Choir, directed by March 19 and 20, which will CORP.

cadets of KMI are no angels. NeitW ere they\ a The cable cutting ease appears young men who come into thii I Rita Bullock, will be featured I feature Zara Nelsova, internationally I I
to have been laid in s library will touch something renowned woman cel 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fla, 488.535?
rumble healthyand
bunch of touqhs, out looking for a They're proper jurisdictional forum; i Isof of> distinction in our national in the Florida West Coast Sym list
high-spirited young men full of energy. > some vintage, and has i In life, and, I hope give somethingto phony Orchestra's second sub -- -

of military school\ fact already been tried out it. At Harvard, Professor scription concert of the season
As in such group, Tn or out ,
will into mischief. once, although the result wa Kittredge once said they could] Friday and Saturday, Director 'Jt &
who occasion
you'll find some on get a mistrial.It take all the buildings down but tpJ 7a41e

The relationship\' between the cadets and the youth of appears to me that the ]judicial if they kept Widener Library Paul Wolfe announced this .
branch of the Harvard would still exist week.
city government -
the the has balance, been remarkablyfree
area through years on of Fending the time when the
is quite capable The Friday concert will be In
of friction. For this, the young people of Venice can handling the case Venice area will have a large Bradenton and the Saturday
share full credit, for here we hive as fine a group of teenagers This is not a matter of cooperation and beautiful Public Library In concert in Sarasota. Time for \1-

as can b* found anywhere.So between city and Blalock Park the Friends of both presentations is 85: p.m. .

unless the providing Free .. .. .... ... .... ............
it was with some shock and dismay that people \hereabouts county governments, cooperation Library are The BO-volce() choral group _....-_._.., 't"';:;, ""\-'- ,- -"t'
Public service hours
be defined as one Library 47
Schubert's Mass in G
will sing
read in the Sarasota papers! this weed about all the man assuming the work of a week in the Woman's Club for voices and I RUG 'SERVICEHOME
Major strings.
"bad blood" and "fights" erupting around town, of all the another; the county government Library building at 200 Harbor e FURNISHING
combatants going scot-free and nobody being hauled off has always cooperated Drive> North. Residents and Opening number on the program e PATIO SHOP
will be Bach's "Air from
with the city government. We property owners of Sarasota 9 e FREE DECORATINGS
to the clink. "
Suite 3 in D
No Major, played
might note, however, that the County together with our north. ACCESSORIES
All of which\' stemmed from I little Sunday night fist. city government, once in 1961 em visitors will be warmly by the orchestra's string a GIFT IDEAS
with split lip. and in welcomed You will find the sections. Major symphonicwork an
swinging, in which one casualty emerged a again 1963, was requested of the will be
to cooperate in a financial latest editions of scientific lit.
It's a good thing the chronicler of these horrifies wasn't manner during the building of erature and reference encyclopedias Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony
eround in our youth when we stepped out back of the qin- the Juvenile Detention Facility, state and out-of.state (Pathetique) which will be atttowHOUSE
played by the full 70-piece or Jx
house at Marion Junction, Alabama, to settle our differ. but on both occasions declined, newspapers as well as recent ,
ences. Man, they'd have called that murder, mayhem or even though seventy to eighty fiction. A portion of the library
per cent. of juveniles! handle is devoted to books used by; Tickets! may be purchased at
woru.Smile_ come from within the city lim- "young adults" and another the door for both these performances OF FURNITURE
Its. section is being expanded for and for the final

You're On CameraThere's Approximately three weeks use of the smaller children 421 S. Tcmlami Tr. Yenic
Judge, ago one of the city Judges approached The present Free Public LIbrary iR adlVkI J; At Venice Shopping Center
me on the matter, is Just a beginning.! !! To .t
been a clamor of late to permit TV cameras to first, of sitting as municipal accomplish the aim of the I Elferdink's of Osprey I ... I --- :m-r'ib7

.. go Into trial courts and record the proceedings "live" for Judge; then of having this case Friends to provide the sort
the viewing public.Mr. tried in the county court form of! Library which will be a I $100,000<< Liquidation Sale I] SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 15 YEARSPlymouth's

J. Hoover director of the Federal Bureau ; at that time I noted that source of pride will require the tP; TO 49% OFF I
Edgar ,
the matter could be presentedto support of every man and
of Investigation, takes a dim view of the whole thing.In the county prosecutor for filIng woman who believes in the future I T!, f1# ; l'm'

a directive to law enforcement officials throughoutthe of information, but that, as of Venice and its surrounding -

land, Mr. Hoover forthrightly made known his firm op- In the 1961 DWI case! such area.
could not be "transferred" tothe Gifts to the Friends of the
position. In it, he said: county court Library are deductible from f

To my mind, commercial jingles, station breaks, and Nevertheless, the city Judge, Federal taxes. Thanks for list- v
panning television cameras are incongruous with the dignity with full knowledge that suchan rung.
I and solemnity of courtroom procedures order has no legal efficacy, ROCKWOOD BULLARD,
"ordered" this case "transfer- Casey Key.Hereford.
Most Americans agree with the honored concept thatno \' red" to the county court.I .

one Is free "to obstruct or to contaminate the pure consider this a thinly welled -
stream of (justice." It is a remarkable tribute to our society : attempt to make it appear

that, in exercising the many freedoms we enjoy, the people to the press and public that it Asking
need for counterbalance of Is the BURDEN of the county
have never lost sight of the a
rights the assurance that the practice of one right shall so court appears to handle that this rather case. It than al- Return To Post low price
Invade another.
not infringe upon nor ASKING the county court totake .

1 I The administration of Justice Is one of the more basic this case, which the city

: constitutional guarantees. It must be allowed to proceedI government either is unwilling In Claims CourtJudge

without obstruction from any source. Yet, an Integral part or unable to handle, the city. is classic understatement.
I government has become deandmg a
ef our way of life is the publics right to know. The obligation William M Hereford,
and privilege of keeping the public fully and promptly
I see no valid legal reason! Judge of Small Claims Court
Informed fall' to the practitioners of another of our most for any such "transfer" as hasbeen for Sarasota County, has enounced
cherished constitutional freedoms freedom of the press. "ordered"; moreover, Iquestion as Democratic candidate -

freedom of the whether the case properly for renomination in theMay
The framers of the Bill of Right saw
should be removed from primary. I
effective democratic
I press as a necessary prerequisite to the pure atmosphere of the Judge Hereford was prevlusly '
i action. The true worth of this priceless safeguard hal been city' non.partisan form of appointed to this office i
proved time and again Democracy, as we know it, could government by Gov. Farris Bryant on Nov.

not exist without it. Lives of Americans, generation after Certainly those donning 18, 1961, following the resignation -
generation, have been the richer for it. udge's! robes (or trousers) of Judge C. J. Wierstem-
ought to be willing to wear er. Judge Hereford Is
a prac-
of the in Its broadest and mostliberal
Even so, freedom press
these garments whether the icing attorney in Sarasota, ands
I interpretation is not an unlimited and unrestrained Judicial weather is fair or a member of the Sarasota

right. From the beginning, responsible journalists, while acclaiming cloudy. County Bar Association, the
and enjoying press privileges, have always rec- JOHN T. GRAHAM, Twelfth' Judicial Circuit Bar
oganiied their obligations to other free Institutions Judge of County Court, Association, the Florida Bar
Amen, Mr. Hoover. Sarasota. and the American Bar Associaion. -
He has been practicing
i law in Sarasota since 1959.

I Looking Back I The Ivy Hockey League Is'I'

In its 29th season. Harvard has
won the title the last three

From the Files of the rooms; Thomas Suteau, Otis thereby eliminating the danger par. I .
GONDOLIER Davie, Cleaton Davie, Beedie I that city would be "cut up" or
Willoughby, Louis Appolson, I the highway serving it wouldbe
(15: Years Ago) Council President Albert Sie- rerouted because of the

The Venice-Nokomla Chamber grist, Gen. Lyle Miller, Con. project was proposed this
week Capt. F. M. Hendry,
of Commerce is no more. tractor George Youngberg and by
former chairman of the Hills- PAA
an anonymous resident All of
I That is it will no longer be
railed by that title. Instead the the last group donated either borough County Port Authority.
I organization will henceforth be time, materials or funds for the The route, in brief, would
rebuilding. cross Tampa Bay and run inland
officially I designated as the
east of Venice utilizingthe
-0- ,
Venice Area Chamber of Com
merce. ((10 Years Ago) Manatee, Bradenton and
t tl j Myakka Rivers to reach Char.
The new name was proposed
Two Venice residents
more area lotte Harbor near Punta Gor-
t r i at the start of the regular session State Rep. W A. Wash- da. It would go from there to Y
last night by George M. a e i
burne Jr., and City Council Fort Myers by way of the bays
Edmundson, new president of President Smyth D. Brohard, that already are used as an inland
I the chamber and owner of a tossed their hats into the state route. Talk about value-and Will-the
f' you only invites
( business in Nokomis. political primary ring this -0(5 comparison. YouTI probably find

'I, -o- week. ( Years Ago) thing equal to Plymouth's low price is that, car for car, model for model feature
I ; Thirteen Venice residents Both filed Republican nominating In a move to give this area Plymouth's classic good looks I It's a rare for feature ,
who voluntarily contributed petitions on Monday, more representation on the you won't get so much car for
their time or money to rebuilding the deadline for candidates to Sarasota County Planning and 9 combination I. one of the most handsome so little-anywhere! So and
t of the bandstand and other enter the party races that will Zoning Board, the names of cars on the road at a kind-to-the-pocket up go see
improvements in the Civic Center be decided in the May primaries J. Douglas Arnall and Lloyd your Get-up-and-go Plymouth Dealer
; Park, will be honored by a price that will amaze you. And Plymouth
Murphy, both of Venice, and t now He's got the BIG Plymouth values!
ceremony Washburne announced for re- William P. Croom of Sarasota,
nomination to his present post were submitted Tuesday to the
7M: tonight. and Brohard filed for the senatorial board of county commissioners
j Those who will be singled out nomination. for consideration as appointees. J

I ,I L; at for t the special ceremony commendation include City i at new residential-0A subdivision far as could-oAs -be ascertained Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth

k I Coun,' man Vic Hetty who die Golden Beach, was added yesterday, there had beenno ,
rated the bandstand reconstruction this week to those that have new developments In the
i ; Dan and Leo Oprl- sprung up during the Venice controversy between the VenIce -
) siu, who have worked on then rea's real estate "boom" In Memorial Hdspital and the
'. project eveVv\ day since its the past year 10 nursing staff employes who WOOD CHRYSLER
1 start; K nneth and Bill HIgel -- "walked off their Jobs on Jan. t PLYMOUTH MOTORS. ;
who rewired the area free of A west coast Inland waterway 28 in an apparent protest toa INC
ch-ii'SP : tcr.hen p. Susniar! tllnlll l route that would series of actions by Adminis-

who painted the park rest completely by-pa** Venice trator Lloyd Ionian,.---- -, p 1500 South Trail Venice


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By DOROTHY GAYNOR Floor Show, Gigolos, Mystery Guest, Plus BPW To Observe


l Phone Items te 1885808 Other \World Affairs

Attractions On Tali For HA V Ball

\VeekVednesday\ I

- u s attracts of Mrs ore ; a mystery guest and dancing -
I" 11 1 icky In Sudie Wolf 40 with the In observance of InternatlonU .
,, well ss tour-I Valencia Road. Although prob- "gigolos" will keep Week
Business Women's
: 'I ; Venice are busy Saturday
.', tike I ably all Floridians are hang evening at the Cabaret Inter Feb 18 through 22. the world
q'II P cosmopolitan ing their heads and mumbling will be In
nationale, 13th annual Hairs committee
of the l highly add -Ito I themselves about the weather Ball at Early Wynn's Hospital Steak chnrse of the Venice Businessnd
I \cr
I I' I, ,r new (and long-:I that may be some comfort to The ball, dinner meeting Wednesday at
sponsored by the
I' ,dents. One inter-,I visitors Fishing, too, seems to Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers i J Afetalfjs 6'30 pm. at Early Wynn's
I' I' who recently I I be good hereabouts and Dr. 0
will begin at 9 Steak House.
I p m and continue
the H. L. Mej Weihe
ir is an avid
I r fisherman. 4'!
I until
1 a.m. with music Miss Margareta Heljdlng,
,, Drive
Sheridan his
: Perhaps catch will make for
dancing by the "AristoI Venice High: School exchange
,.. ,,' I as He lea retir1 them forget the rains cats -
1 directed by Ed Rousch student from Stockholm, Swed.
I safety I -o- I Larry Rhodes will be master en, will be guest speaker She
d ">r of consult-I I Two long-time winter visItors of ceremonies. will talk on the differences be. ,,:
n ( I"" safety : have recently arrived for I The ball will be decoratedwith tween the educational, political
It 11 titled the remainder of the season travel posters gathered and social systems of the United
I 1 was: published in I Ir They are Mrs Mabel Estey from European and South States and Sweden ,
has been Bn of
Brattleboro, Vt and Mrs
He American
r : !! countries by Mrs. O BPW correspondence between
and i idea
mani Ann
r Salzman of Royal Oak
Ferguson and Mrs. R V Hand- this club and clubs in
: mean of com- Mich This year, both ore foregoing ley, decorations committee
foreign countries will be diacussed
.iths The Mce -
dc use of their homes here, chairmen.
Mesdames Maria
Here from Irvuijv Mrs. Estey's In South Venice The M by
offered Polo, Ruth Sovereign, Flora
i and Mrs. Salzman's in '
J Englewood e
intermittently between breaks a Suteu Alta Jennings, Florrie
-0- I and are apartment In dancing, will be an exhibitIon src Blackburn, Carol Saladino and
II, Vr.! nt B. Dixon off dwelling in Venice of square dancing, arranged Mae Wrede
r Read(' was host by
I', t Mrs. Martin Dixon I Also recently arrived for the song numbers by a, sister banjo and and Members should make their

l I i week They ar- season are Mr and Mrs. N. F. brother team, Dave and Lynn dinner reservations with Mrs
jai: 27 during a be- Green of Louisville Ky. Their Corbett, end "The Bashful Betty Cunningham by Monday
:-i Lr' ak at Massaj winter home here is at Yacht Bachelors," Lauden Pitts, A evening
of Tech- 1 Other February activities Include
Irtitute Club Apartments. Dave Corbett and Ned Stafford,
he is working's a public card party on
11' 5 -- with their music and
: degree. Tom Venezia Hotel is host to two routines Feb It and a district meeting
nel's other son former Institute In Arcadia on Feb. 23. Card
tle Kentucky Military Clues will! be given during
j !dent at the Unirf patrons, \Jrs Jean the evening as to the identityof party donations will be $1 and
F "rlda, came home Palmer of Shelby! ville, Ky the mystery guest, a well- tickets may be obtained at
\' to be with them. I I.J and Mrs Hazel Romlg of known local personage, and the rt Rexall Drug Store on West

.J 1 to school Sunday I Ij Akron, Ohio They arrived last award to the first person car-: __. Venice AveVJHS .

j Mann Dixon left week. rectly Identifying him will be

i 1F -o- made at 10:15: p.m.
-0- Other notes on KMI: Janu- Gigolos," with Mr. and Mrs. Is Featued

:f-, Sena Andersen gave a ary guests of Lt Col. B. G. Jay Lumley in charge, will
':'e tl"1" recently at her Williams, instructor, were his dance with the women guests,
I j Town" home for sisters, Mrs. George Alexander for a small fee for each dance,

r i who have recently ar- of Atlanta and Mrs Earl throughout the evening. Among ---_._ ---= --- On Hi-Time ShowMore
f-r t'! winter. Among Carey of Detroit. They were this will be
a group Jay Lumley,
CABARET INTERNATIONALE, the thirteenth annual Venice man of the ball, Mrs Harold Smith, right, are the ticket
rat were Mesdames here for two weeks and have Phil Johnston Dr
Douglas students fromVenice
ii ,
pr than 200
Hospital Ball, should be a sell out today or tomorrow tick chairmen, Mrs Russell Tilt left and .
Mernl: of West Virginia; now returned to their homes Murphy, Jerry Meadows, Dr, Mrs Harlan M, Walker, Junior High School will
r nd! PJ'ty George of Cape Also, Mrs Jane Keyser and George Boyd, Bob Miles Earl et chairmen believe The benefit ball, sponsored by Hospital center Major ball events, thIs' year, set against an international be guests of WFLA.TV, Channel
Auxiliary Volunteers, will be held Saturday at Early Wynn'sSteak decor be
and dance
song entertainment the
bra: Grace Jacobs Miss Mary Reichspfarr, staff Rawles, Dr. Leon D
i i. Terry, House. 8, Saturday during the Hi-
Reporting on ticket sales to the general chair- guessing of the mystery guest
C: Pratt of West members, have been visiting Bob Anderson, Dr. Ronnie Hig- time program at 4 p.m.
'n, C in j Ruth Davie I Florida relatives Mrs. Key el, J. Howard Vaughn, Bill Cost of the trip Is being paid
ofW.3, and Runey ser, his sister, Mrs. Claud Smith, Ralph Thomas, Sam tin, Harry Baby Charles Beck-1 were made by artist Cha'li'S Porder's Liquor Store, Smitty and Jay Lumley. by the students and five busses
'd' Ontario, Canada, Brown of St. Petersburg, and Herron, George Wheeler Jr. er, Dr David Palmer, Ralph (j Mink Printing of the tickets 's, Burnam Jones, Normand Grab bags containing 150 have been chartered to make d
-s for the party was Miss Reichspfarr, her niece, and John Blair Lanius, Bud Dawson, Dave was provided by Mr. and Mrs. K. Patton, Nestlewood Shop, gifts donated by HAV mem- the trip to Tampa and return.
?. Arffen's houseguest, Mrs. Cecil J. Shryock in Fort Also, Roy Dean, George! Corbett, Lauden Pitta, Ned Delbert Weedon of Del's Sew- Taylor Hardware, Dick and bers will be circulated for sale Departure time has been set
. 'iw, Mrs. Martha Myers. A former KMI staff Grassle. William Bose, Dr. Edward Stafford and Charles Clapp j ing and Drapery Center Meadows Rexall Drugs, S&t during the evening Mrs. Rex at noon.
i ,n M Lake Worth Fla member, Mrs. Marguerite Wyman, Dr. Dean C. Aus- Posters advertising the ball Door prizes were donated by Green Stamp Center, Beall's Sowle is In charge of these and
1 it canoe returned to hero Greene of Frankfort, Ky who Department Store, W. T Grant the door prizes Mrs L. Barnes

ie. was dietician for the school, Department Store, Venice Stationers Is in charge!: of the wrapping of Does To Honor
has returned home after a Eiss', Adams and prizes.
r. and Mrs Richard Weihe three-week visit here Dr. Marani To Be College Houser, Mrs Lloyd Dittrich, General chairman of ball
Mrs. Carl Henlein, Mrs Bar First Members\
is Mrs. Harold Smith, assistedby
ney York, Mrs. Pauline Schurr
Mrs. Henlein, co-chairman
Club Guest Tickets and reservations Nokomis Charter Drove members 141 of of the Venice-Benevolent I
SpeakerIn Precedes
Party chairman is Mrs. Russell Tilt and Patriotic Order of I I
who may be called for reservations I
Does will be honored at the

r Dr Jean Maranl of Sarasota, In Education for 1964 Art Journal and Trend being sold. Only 300 tickets are : Founders Day meeting of the
a chosen one of the top 10 teachers and has authored numerous Her name was placed on the Hospital The ball is a benefit affair ; group Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. at Elks
in the nation in 1962, will articles for educational jour- National Teacher of the Year and all HaILA
will be used
address the Venice Area College nals Including Florida Educational Honor Roll in 1962 when shewas The annual Venice Yacht for Venice proceeds Hospital needs. social hour will be held after
Club Tuesday at the club's Journal. Southeastern chosen by the U. S. Office Club cocktail party preceding I the meeting
12:IS luncheon meeting in the For information about the the Venice Hospital Ball will

Gourmet Room of Myakka luncheon those wishing to at- be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sat 1fRes tfenl 'Atq
Lanes. tend may call Mrs Ward urday at the club. .go :

Her subject will be "The Wright I The ball will be held at Early

Educational Horizon Mrs. George Edmondson, Wynn's Steak House, beginning
Dr Marani! is a native of Illinois president, will be in charge of at 9 p.m. A percentage of the
but was reared in Sara- the business meeting cocktail party proceeds will go
sota. She was graduated from I to the Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers \ ON FLORIDA'S HISTORIC GASPARILU SOUN

r Sarasota bachelor High School of arts, receivedher degree err' Artist Nickles Dinner. will be served at the AND THE! GULF OF MEXICO

from Florida State Universityand club from 6 to 9 p.m. also and
her master's degree at Returns To VG reservations may be made by

George Peabody College. Her calling the club.Phoebes .
Clare Nicklcs Sarasota
doctorate In secondary education
afe' ist and art lecturer, will make
was received at Ohio State
l1nversity.: her second appearance in the I MeetingAt \
Venice this for
+tb area season an w
She is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa, is listed in Who Who oil painting demonstration Sat- Mrs. Graham's r Y
urday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Ven- .
ice Gardens Recreation Center Mrs Florence Graham of
; The artist gave a demonstra 722 Nokomis Ave. will be hostess .
Overbrook Assn. tion there on Jan, 23 and 72 I to members of the HMS

ti persons attended. Phoebe Chapter of the Daughters -
cl' dJ% lat of the British Empire

Names OfficersBy To furnish paper for a New Tuesday at 1:30: p.m. at her
York newspaper's annual use, home.
the net annual growth from She will be assisted! by Mrs
MARY E. KUOt PA DR JEAN !MARAM 500,000 acres must be used Thomas Marvin

>rt New officers were elected by of Education, the Council of e? r t+ r a 'res. .
3 k the Overbrook Garden Assn. Chief State School Officials and nrvr F
at the annual meeting Tuesday
Look Magazine as one of the
V'6iSS night in the recreation top ten teachers of the year. FEB. Hill IS.
room of Englewood Savingsand In Sarasota she is directorof .
Loan Assn attended by 61 curriculum and teacher of

members American Problems at River. > E
Tom Bohon was elected view High School. She is a
president; David Foss, vice- member of the American Assn.
resident; Mrs. James Hicks,
of University Women, Sarasota
lecretary; and A. J, Masin, Community Concert Assn,

: JANIS GAY CURWOOD, Miss Flame of 1964 of the telh t reasurer. Florida West Coast Symphony $v 4ws&J

Venice Area Volunteer Fire Department, was crowned Seven new directors were Orchestra, the Parent-Teacher l
"day night at Venice Gardens Recreation Center Miss lected, They are: Leo Kropp, Assn., the Episcopal Church of
good will represent the department In the state Miss I Foss, Frank Wilson, Mrs. the Redeemer and Sarasota r
ame contest In Clearwater .In May. Runneu-up were: first, Laurence Cod n e r, Bohon, Bay Country Club.lEI. ''
is Yvonne Marie Wolanski and second, Miss Marie LeBonIransenu I Mason\ and Mrs Hicks Two 4 have

The new Miss Flame Is the daughter of Mr and loldovers, Charles Casali andJVelch eOON'T t
'I. Gerald Curwood of 1908 S. Tamiaml Trail South Venice. \" Whitesell, complete the FORGET Yoh Florlda. i
Bob Obendorf) jine-man board.
The yearly report was pre. To STOP ATDICK&MEADOW at its most beautiful

__ s ented by outgoing president
Foes, the secretary's report by
occano Posno Entertain Mrs Hicks; the treasurer's report $ natural best!

)>y James Walsh; Improvement PHARMACY

committee reporty AMP PICK UP THE

h Woman's Club Program Mrs Laurence Codner; and 5A1Y'9 PRgicgaPnort.r naglnt Florida before resorts...before tourists and
ways and means committee report crowded beaches. ., lush, beautiful, lazy-warm and
':* by Mrs. A. J. Kroupa. c Jiv* quiet It's sub very much that way at Cape Haze, but
Rosaline Zoccano, ly- chestra. The meeting unanimously with modern touches to add to your enjoyment Exclusive .

prano, and William Pos- Reservations for the lunch a pproved a change In the association ,yet not expensive, this lovely community has
l1bel1 tenor[> will entertain the eon may be made by calling by-laws. SEEOUR i !private Gulf Beach: large swimming pool and
i let and guests of the Mrs Leslie Lovelace or Mrs Mrs. A. J. Masin and Mrs WIDE SELECTION OF cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet and ,
b bat Nokomis Woman J. Carroll Loughlin until Tues Emerson: Gilmore were hos- trap shooting, paved sod shrubbed roads and central
? their February meeting day noon t eases VALENTINE water system. A !paradise for bathers, boaters and
1neBday at 12:30: p.m. at the CARDSCHILDREN'S sportsmen.,Just 6 miles from Boca Granda's fine
hOUlI on Harbor Drive. 'ay PhI tarpon fishing and golf facilities. Seclusion without

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/ "\\1\ :t or pink varieties but one at the March Everglade, 18 to Hotel March InMiami I Annual Bazaar

African Violet Is Popular Plant Growing ReadilyIn !wen.'r three treatment. week will once cure a week your 21 show, This with, on will members be a from regional allover At St. Raphael'sSt
I thing
The important j
I r 'ubc the southeast meeting for Raphael's Cttholl.
.; to allow the pants: to dry.. convention and competition Church will hold its '
normally: : bef re re-.atering. the among their plants. bazaar tomorrow and Saturdu annum
Hundreds Of Beautiful And Colorful VarietiesBy do not ship re-
tail The but Connerjs of course they sell Re-retail stores John to and talk I with often fanciers appear In of at Englewood the church Road parish EngltwoM hall on

at their greenhouses. African Violets and share Hour Friday will be front i
PEG BOGERTThe orescent! Lamps" which they gardltM of the variety: and the knowledge of ho* to grow to 9 pm. and on Saturday
African Violet (saint t 1 all 'The Green Thumb You there are over tOO new ones to our plants" Mrs Connery from 10 a.m until 8 p.m. (V:
paulia ionantha) is the nr-,>st rr Can Sw.:ch On." Mrs Con choose from the plants sell at said better"We service: stores from max of the bazaar will be the
popular house plant in the rery exp dined. "It explainedvery just 90 cents each. Nashville-Knoxville area to awarding of prizes, including
world today, and the AJfrLaa f the fact that all travel in tandum, the
s :np y They Orleans and throughout color TV set, at the close of the
Violet Society of America I* r plants need light to stimulate thousands of miles each year Florida" bazaar Saturday.:
the biggest plant society in the U:'ir growth. whether its sunlight usMw! commercial hybridiz A barbecue chicken
work!, What makes this di *> ""' and whether you're among the dinner
: u- i or artificial lighUS" ers all over the country So in charge of Francis '
native plants so popiuar' The When asked how often to buying the best of their new varieties 'initiated' or the "untmtiat- will be served Saturday Matheme,
answer is that if proper care water African Violets, the Connerys and always attend the ed" the Connerys, John and to 6 p.m, Cost from
noon will
and treatment are taken and answer Is benever National African Violet Show Mimi, will be on hand to help u
applied with knowledge, no they are dry! I and Convention to secure the you or introduce you to the $1.25.
plant offers the grower a wider latest information on the plantas most popular house plant in Among sale items will t be
; variety of beautiful colors and "In our moist humid well as to become familiar this country if not in the many handmade articles in.
rich foliage recommend watering entirely with the varieties. eluding shellcraft, aprons, pj.
new world next Friday
said ,
from the top, they
lows and pillow cases,
Next Friday MimI and John .If so much water. is used that "African Violet shows are I know of at least one sale good and pineneedle bakerj wort,
Cannery of Deland one of the1arelt it into the saucer be held In in the .
runs over every big city that they're ABSOLUTELY. Plants will also be featured
of African Violets
growers low the Oxer- Mi-
empty saucer United States every year Items
in this country and leading watering is the most frequent mi exclaimed "There will be cured cf mine,
authorities in their field, w..1 -
death of these
cause of the
hold a clinic at Voolnonhs at 7r. plants Leaf stems become soggy .
the Venice Shopping Cc:ter translucent and finally the Hairdos Match
They will have a large d::; ay leaf droops eventually falling For 1964
showing many of the popular: off Overwttering causes the ,
varieties of the plants as well Chapeaux'i
plant to rot"It
ai new hybrids that they have I
added to their lift They will Is impossible to set up any
lecture and answer questions firm and fast rules about watering New Styles Featuring
The plants will be available for since the size of the pot
sale to all those interested and the type of soil used are
Mum and John hare traveled both governing factors But the By Gilbert Service
African Violet should not be allowed -
some 4 000 miles this last Like the 'Jaunty, chipper nit
to become as dry as a +yslq i
summer adding: about 350 new
that crowd the hat bars
should it be wet ot
varieties to their four largegreenhouses cactus: nor as
favorite store but
devoted to as a water lily The best bet is ti your irt
nurturing this plant entirely: to check the soil if its dry afraid that wearing one will
water the if ire ",st ruin your hairdo? .
"As to variety and types" plant: m .
Mrs Cannery explained, they let it alone Violets in plane or It 'just Isn't so. this 1964, because
range from variegated foliage TWO GREEN THUMBS AND A SINGLE clinic on African Vl.>lets will be held tomor. glazed ceramic pots require hair stylist have beg
and bloom, through all shades HOBBY Mr, and Mrs H. L. Fuger, 505 row at Wot worth's in the Venice Shopping about half as much water as Mew since discarded the too>bp!
of blue, pink, lavender and Armada Rd, stand beside some of their 100 Center by: Mr and Mrs, John Cannery those growing in porous clay: bouffant hairdo In favor of i
white and anv combination of African Violet plants in the living; room of est growers of this 'hl.t in the pots more natural simple look,,
these colors We have tome we their home For the past 19 years both have Many new varieties will also be on sale The Connerys pointed out 4e't + infinitely becoming to all \two t
call blue and pink' and they been avid fanciers and growers of this popular store l.r'.J that they water 200.000 plantsat I age faces.
bloom with either pink! or blueor end delightful indoor plant. A special: a time In their greenhouses If you start with a binctH!
any: combination!: of these entirely with a garden hose.They simple style, it's possible r
colors on the same bloom blooms with green edges andso they could write volumes on lUll, Is bet," they said "A water from the top over tranform it into three other
ltalk," on." this subject they love beat. And large unshaded north window the leaves But the point Cat variations, to bran.
Raise Doubles One Interesting factor about because they have received will. usually produce blooms, they make Is that all waterir.-: med- hate, bretons accompany and high
"We raise mostly doubles," these plants is that no true such a volume of mail from allover But each grower must study is done AFTER sundown and crowned models. t
tomato red and no true yellows the from lovers his by wet leaves :
vie added, and many: have country conditions because a large morning any fla r rI.
frilled edges<< which make them hart ever been developed although of this violet they sat down and overhang, an adjoining porchor have dried It is the wateringin . _. For the basic style. the lint
look like small carnations, hybridizers are working summarized the most frequent. a large tree each of which the sunlight that cause leaf BASIC imparted -hat; style well .under e wool I tweed beret wilpom cut all of a length apron ;
Some blue blooms have green hard to develop these colors ly asked questions. Copies of would. shade the window-will spots trim. imately: six Inches long with
edges, some lavenders have this mimeographed sheet can frequently make even a south When asked what fertilizers I pas the front and sides Just eke
white fringed edges, pink Actually, The Connervs said, be obtained at no obligation by window too dark for bloom. they use they: explained that r--- -" ,-. -- longer than the back The hag
writing to them at their placeof Another interesting solution there are many: good and adequate is curved gently under stilts r
business 1100 Stevens Ave, which the uninitiated would products on the market ,-N.. .... ,, t ends, left imparted, and !tin ,r
in Deland. probably never consider is that produced Just for African Violets 1 effect of a bang is achieved b? ,

Naturally the most frequent. most people, while Mewing Here the important thingis ,'. ... ., angling the hair across tin
S Small Sign Service ly asked question is "why TV use a table lamp The not to OVER fertilize and '" temple.
African Violet I cause root burn '' 1
doesn't my Connerys suggest that The to this Pest Problem '
bloom answer move their plants from the win. propnat for vetf
according to the Conner)"s is dow sill to the table lamp for The bane of every gardener kr with. knit stocking. campus Un\
simply that proper light Is the the evening hours This they Is his constant battle with the o'.hanter. other versions cap or
488.6690 most important factor affectingthe assure fanciers will\ help to Insect world Only the "optl. be made. The ends en bi I
bloom of healthy plants It promote heavy bloom. mist novice" would ever believe can
is lack of light that causes lack that because a plant was flipped up for a more inputs
of bloom Hallway Light Indoors it was immune to insects treated look; or smoothed bad
,? 48-Hour Service John J. liston "tsu&Jy: an unobstructed A fluorescent light 12 Inches Mealybug and eyclenen 0 7 over the ears, then curved f fan
east or west window. rJ\J1z the from the violet, burning four. mite present a problem. The t. ward or parted In the center,
plant the morning or sdtemoonWOOLWORTH'S (I teen hours a day will produce mite feeds in the crevices of and slightly: elevated at tin
Vooms: the of buds crown for a bit of height
even in the darkest tips plants or re-
I -allwavs. suiting in stunted and distorted I
I I "The esUighouse! people plant growth. It cause a downward Sam Cutler Sr, luncheon cfat '
I have a small pamphlet that puckering of the leaves I man, is Mrs. Burnam Jones,
: can be obtained by writing tothem and a silvery blistered appearance FLIP up the ends ef your hairdo, suggest a small side pert, and co-chairman. Mr*. Fred Oman
on their P'ant-Gro! FluMrHame r on the underside. Mealy.bugs you're ideally suited for this off.the-face profile hat. will assist Mrs. J. Elwood taj
of worldwide distribu. on the serving committee.
a..eo. III! II I: t tion, belong to the tame family I Luncheon and show enter

U MariePALMIST : as scale insects The Con St. Mark's Annual Fashion tauunent will be provided b1
nerys suggest that you place the "Coquette," a vocal! group"
BRING YOU : your plant out-of-doors) in the of local young matrons
: shade and spray with a special:
for African Show Scheduled Tuesday
spray developed

S ADVISOR II found at any: plant counter! The annual St. Mark's Epiccopal shown by Helena and Young
"You can, if you wish" they;
Churchwomen St. Valentine Vogue Shops. "
I will help on I added, "wear rubber Dear' "Happy Minstrel Kids
you any gloves s Day fashion show and Models will be Meedames
AFRICAN U problems of life. I and completely: ] immerse your luncheon will be presented at : John Meadows Delbert Weedon !- Thank yoy all for the wry I
2 Miles North of I I plant in the solution. It won't the church parish hall Tuesdayat Z. D. Berry Maurice Marr beautiful flowers. It war I
0 VENICE ON US 41 _I damage the plants even thoughthe 12:30: p.m. Robert Anderson James Pon great pleasure to play for

' ... VIOLETS Phone 488-4785 I It might plant is spot throughly some soaked Mrs Ralph Thomas will be der II and Robert Mahon Modeling your mitred and "in my
open i
I ; the fashion for youngsters book" you are a wonderful
1..1..RUNIU .1 blooms, particularly on the I commentator o n fashions
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MR. AND MRS. JOHN CONNERY will conduct an Fridays HOURS 5 8 P,M. e sous n u vpeeyq THE ADS RUN BYe -

African Violet Clinic at Woolworth's on FRIDAY uoey'v _taae.u.y ..

FEB. 7th. Over 100 different varieties will be displayed.



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Shopping Center PHONE 1'VENIa.. FLORIDA

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'>4 FEBRUARY i, 1944

Area Joins Beauty Week Observance)Eubanks: Man Of Manv" Musical 'Talents I

.. of Nationalnd _.. Lemer and Lowes popular Hulllnger at' thr Br dontonI
I Ii ptor "Th way I feel about his ;
i iBOB
I I' .. Cosmetolo- the Inmates, Mrs. Dorothy talents," said one observer, lOW)I "paint Your Wagon, wherehe ,yeas, Feb 10 through Feb\,
\ b.. planned a full Hicks of Englewood and Mrs that we're just lucky to have I will appear opposite Janlej I 16.
I 1I : u i"*. beginning! June Carringer of Englewoodare him here; he belongs onBroadwayl" ,
I II ,. ''ebiaIon i of Nat. in charge of the two groups '
,', .Ion Week, Feb. t and request area beauty least
, I opera. This is how at one of i
M i II tors to call them it they can Bob Eubanks fans feel about +
,, Zlebarth lan e assist on that day I
Ann I afggM
1 I rn his piano and vocal abilities I'
... .. assisted Mjy Chapter members will attend
1 '? IU] by 1 pe I when he performs evenings at :'q aco
. Alh \no and Miss a I Englewood Methodist and SanRaphael' the Early Wynn's Steak House eR"n 1 iny
", blip, Trixie Net s Catholic Churches in In South Venice
," "re'ident, two groups at 11 am, after
" which they will keep the area For a young man, Bob has
rut the national
had a full and varied career
WIgTLpOr beauty shops open in the after.
n local char-
""c 1 n a in the and theatrical
l. music
all fund col. y noon to raise funds for the world.
'e I'I 1"brat ion to ; school. t
ii On Currently teaching chorus at
raised here Tuesday lairs. Lena Sanders
I h owner of Comb and Brush the Venice Junior High School,
5 "I d('a Coun- 't
eb .ulcd.,, Childrend j Beauty Salon, will speak to the this personable young man can
\ \ ) Venice Senior High School boast of five years experiencein
5.1'JI. now .
., -14ri home economics class on hair summer stock in his home
1t h..Jdt t Ven- qett
\1 l .lodist Church, : ., and beauty care and Miss Ruth town of Ft. Wayne, Ind, wherehe
Ann Ziebarth of Charm Beauty appeared at the Wagon
) determine the Salon will speak to the two Wheel Play House and two ,
play on Nat Venice Junior High School years with the San Diego Star.
:' oneek In home economics classes on the light Opera Co.
'I I be judged Sun. same subject Friday, He has alaoIUI'Ig with the
J ,n The 35 chapter members participated Horace Heidt Orchestra and
""'" .-aL-.... ..--.l-.
, I members will god NATIONAL BEAUTY SALON WEEK begins Children Mrs, Tnxie Nelson, unit in bowling sessionsat was star performer at the
ainlng Center In Sunday and members of the local Unit 36 of ident, is for right pres- Myakka Lanes Saturday and Mecca in Sarasota before be-
plans the week with
|t'i era,. a retarded child. National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Miss Ruth Ann Ziebarth, left Sunday and a percentage of coming a major attraction ai -----
and to the mental Assn general chair. the proceeds, donated the .
oo are devoting the week to charity man of the weeks activities, and Mrs by Early Wynn's.A EUBANKS
in Arc 1dla to give hair events Recipient of funds raised will be Albano, center, publicity director, Betty lanes, will be presented to of.. graduate of Indiana Unl
,. treatments to South Sarasota fleers of the retarded children
j hate County Assn for Retarded (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) versity, where he majored Invoice I-
association in brief
s a
ceremony on Wednesday peared and in such piano,popular he has musicals ap IS THE TIME
, ; Thursday has been designatedas NOW
lesion as Carousel Show Boat
{ Poppy Queen Mondau I ,trading collection stamps day by and the donation chap- and Damn Oklahoma Yankees, Kiss Me Kate TO FERTILIZE YOUR

1 ter
The American Legion Auxill- Saturday the group will holda Appearing with him In Carousel .
964 Poppy Queen will be rummage sale in Venice anda were his two charming
little 8 old LAWNSHRUBBERY
,:' d and crowned MondayS bake sale in Englewood. Fri daughters year
I will be devoted Judy and 5 year old Diana
S p.m. meeting of theI day arrang
They will Join him again this
-t 159 Auxiliary at long for these events.
a I The sale will be summer when he returns to
nHtllp rummage e
ebb from Sam. to 4:30: p.m, at 135 Ft. Wayne to appear in the CITRUS TREESWITH
)0 I'.-. *(ing for the title are 0 t W Venice Ave The bake sale ballet version of "The Soundof
) Chcnault, Patricia ,"
will be held beside the Englewood Music OUR V.C. 666 FERTILIZER
Nancy Peter.
r ft f Post Office and will continue His current obligations In the
r:,d L,"-nn* Peterson The Mixed For This Area With
or through the morning or musical field include his taking
r ":er w be chosen by Aux until the products are sold, the lead role of Julio in "
y and Post members ont All Secondaries Added!
r ;- of pr'se, personality AMERICAN LEGION Il --
i Ir < -''y-decorated gown. -

.tarn,' "IT pojters and, made Senior by High Ven- PUxetmnY" CUSTOM &
r' ,
\M Kir'-nts, will also bed ,' : ONv
h ';( and winning artists will '. POPPY '
awarded prizes. HAND STOCK QJ Vii' I IJ flERTlLIZERS@ J

Pie election of the queen is ,:I. ;
e it of the Poppy Days pro- f,1

I. im.\ an.. year annual on Legion Feb 28 event and ,",). H I FRAMES _
tin! Or) Kirkley is chair- lg '
i1 x
oixhy's: meeting<< will be :Ii S NON GLARE GLASS VENICE SEED & fEED
ceded by a covered dish

, per. at J.30 p.m. Auxiliary WITH POPPY DAYS in Venice officially set Mrs Carl Kirkley, poppy chairman, and Dianne -' I I E E. L PITMAN I'
'I i request that those ate for Feb. 28 and 29 with the signing of the Sauerwme, 1963 Poppy Queen The new I
-t: bring a covered dish. proclamation by Mayor Smyth Brohard this queen will be chosen Monday at a meeting of I STORE
iaton of 50 cents for week American Legion No-Vel Post 159 and the auxiliary Receipts from poppy sales are j.; CHURCH STREET NOKOMISf.
I ':J and 2] cents for child the Auxiliary. are getting plans set locally used for veteran rehabilitation and welfare l One Block N. E. of Railroad Crowing f. "The/ Complete Garden Center"
be raked! and proceedsI for the forty third year of distribution of the work, The poppy is the memorial flower of ; PHONE 488.3393 !
I in to the auxiliary. edu pojipies Shown with the mayor are, left to the Legion 4 ;a 248 W, MIAMI AVE. VENICE PHONE 488.345T

teal l fund for Gina State!. right Mrs, George Kaup auxiliary president (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) "11 "" '1 : .._.. "1:4.7\W_ _\___ _::__ .w,11< ..
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SPORT SHIRTS Reductions* Are Drastic In Every Store Dept CAR COATS Infants

Look for "YELLOW SIGNS" everywhere they Toddlers "
Entire Stock of Long Sleeves assure bargains!
Girls i


h Wash & Wear Flannels 1/4
Dacron & Wool BlendsQuality Stock

Solids Prints Corduroy& Plaids Stock Entire 1 If I I :.

4 0 0 FF Women's, 0 SETS r

R REG. 1,99 REG. 2.99 REG. 3.99 4

Sulkies & Novelties
NOW NOW NOW Girls Toddlers

|47 224 297 3 to 14 and Teens Wool Jackets, Skirts, Men, 1/4 ftff

Some had been previously Capris, Slacks, Boys k _
A real savings on a garment -
REG. 499......,. NOW 374 marked down you get a Cullottes, Shorts, that is never out of style Big choice of :

double saving. I Jackets, Tops Good choice in every dept, fresh buys.


5l'li FUNNEL Tor. h> Teens STOLES 1 CO Girls Paddle & Saddle THOUSANDS OF Shop Boys Dept.

IIIIGHTWEAR I 144 544Originally WO. BLOUSESDrlginolly Frocks '" Queen Algene Casuals YARDS OF FINE JACKETS Qi\\ :

ot least 2.00 13 IncludesCottons FABRICSSACRIFICED ;
/i{ to clear -
OFF re priced Wash & wear s :
/ I
and Knits !
I .122L9 quickly tam $2.24 Fully lined ;

Orlons & Wool Blends Warm
We quilting f :
over bought .
MEN'S DRESS to Novelty Fabrics. they were pretty Waist Cottons or Long& N Length ( J. :::

4 but just too much. I { 1 :

SWEATERS $$4.74 Space has 444 6 6 i -

Entire) stockNow$4 T and run they out 1344 :' "" \

Y. $6 $8 MO Make good : ;: Ladies Flannel must go! I Save ]I66 to 433 -'

( SAVE 1 1.99 to 4.95 froc' .,Were' BARGAIN LOTS -- 01 f

2,19 to 5.99 Sleep SWEATERS
Plenty to choose from. We over bought and! you Kate Green. I

1 can benefit. Orlons, Wools, Blends, that include away and Wear OFF 39' -
4 Entire
Mohair & Kodel with wool. other known stock

Sizes 36 to 52 But shop early! !aaeto Sizes U. W cannot hold off, we need the '11 OFf

Special I Purchase countenaurfineKatGawrlsd 6 9 C /4

Pajamas ore .all Included;
& Nylon Cord

ta,5 t r 'L1SLACKS 477 mmmmm'm 89'' FALL ''12 OFF :

Wash & Wear 1

4 good colors and mode by slack house to fit properly. Venice Shopping Center enC7 i HATS Small hots, regular' ''t

28 to <42 X.Size 5.77. AlSO {$ Sl39 shapes including whites. 11 l

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FEBRUARY i, ;"y4 I

I Dorsey Tischler Presented Citizenship Award Nocturne Hour WHS Honor ROIl- '

Sperry Mrs. Drive and Dorsry Hutchinson was Tisrhler presented Citizen'nt Flammgo th. To Join Annual Has 6 With All! As

hip' Award for the Southeast 'Music Parade'In
rrn Region at a luncheon here Six student at Venice Junior Doody, Michael Dupon:) \\Var-
Tuesday. High School made straight A'I ren Fos, Suzanne GtrdnT
Mrs. Tischler, who has managed conjunction with the National during the second grading per. Pamela Griffin, Kethrt
the S&H Green Stamp Redemption Federation of Music lod, four from the ninth grade Leighton, Linda Martin, Jamll; ,
Center in Venice i a Club February "Annual" Parade and one each from the eighth Meadows, Phylh Meyers PIer \!
since 1961, was one of the seven of American Music, the and seventh grades. Pfeiffer, Richard Pttixia>
Nocturne Hour Music Club the ninth grade Catherine Smith
regional winners to receive Representing Kirkwood!
the honor. The Southeastern will Illustrate the four pl1.... were Charlotte Carter Morton Tischler and Twyla Wheeler
Region includes Florida, Georgia of American music at its meeting Chiles, Patricia Johnson and Those making the Honorih' ].
the Carolinas and parts of tomorrow. Donna Ross From the eighth Mention (B Average) HOHM
Tennessee, West Virginia and. Hats will be Mr. and Mrs. grade was Sheila Doody and Roll were:
Maryland There were more Bernard T. Bishop of Venetian from the seventh Steve Brown Ninth Grade Myles
than 350 entries Garden. Laurel, with Mrs Other ninth graders on the Susan Capasso. Jean Brown Craft
At the nO Early Wynn's Steak House, meeting will be at 8 p.m. Dorothy Blades, Lana Breeden, Marlene Falrcloth, RichiM
Jackson S. Smith Jr., S&H vice The format *If the programwill Linda Brown, Constance Burt, I Fitzgerald, Woody FOil, MM
president and regional manager be taken from Leonard Scott Cook, Maureen COIUan.1 rill Frytmger, Mike Gtrtck.
presented Mrs. Tischler Bernstein' article, "Whal Richard Feldman, Linda Harrlman Mike Graft, Latrell Grltl.
with a $100 U.S. Savings Bond { a i Make Music American" and David Jones, Sheila Carm Huston Kathy Lye ,
and Citizenship Certificate for V.. member will present ex- Kaplan, Jeff Knuckles Shelly John McClain, Linda Ntc|;,
her contributions to the community 9r t J 4 amplei four categories: Pop Lee, Jim Park David Richards Lacy Schles, Girtha Shaw R,|
in which she lives and ular, gospel) country music Eugene Trefethen and becca Somers, Linda Siircn.
work Smith said, before an i F and orchestral The hymn of Scott Walker kamp, Jane Tamer, Roger T'"
audience of city and business ''r the month,,:"This: Is My Fath I Additional eighth grader rell. Joel Underwood. jJIWhite
dignitaries, that Mrs Tischler l J er's World, will be reviewedby were Janet Blackburn Lynn and Catherine Wilson.
was" chosen because of the wide $ Mrs. Ann Lord and sung by ErJers, Peirce Elchlberger Eighth Grader
range of her community activities the guests. Tome Embury Kathy Johnson
and the success she has In the popular category, Mrs James Kulakowftkl.! Paul Eighth Grade Adn nrn
c achieved! in civil work. t r r Hugh Kefauver will play selections Pfcuffer. Harvey Rohlwlng<<, Aldrich, Robert Austin Shan
Mrs Tlschler's activities coy from the works of Linda Schanks, Marilyn Sharp, on Britton, Gerald Brubaker,
er a variety of fields:: government George Gerahwln, Mrs. Marcy Inez Stevenson, Marlene Slur- Sherry Chamberlin } n\tt\
education, business, Renick will present examplesof lea and Randy Willis. Us China, Barbara de Stolfe, Phv,
community and social She is syncopated music and Mrs. I Seventh Graders Cephart, Ma'roIorle

now in her second year as pub --.... ":-J_ ___OJ_ __ Carl Hauerbach will sing selections In addition to Brown, seventh Kathleen: Hall Liberto Deborah, Carol Hswitn Mona
licity chairman for the Venice typical of other typesof graders making the select
Business and lint Richard han, Carol Olson, Diane Pete.
Professional were Austin Cynthia
Woman's Club and MRS DORSEY TISCHLER manager of S&H Green Stamp chandise manager, Tampa; Early Wynn, former big league A popular duet of American music selec- Salem, Charles Benardo con, Mike Rich, Deborah Rob.,.
an active gospel
Redemption Store in Venice Shopping Center was honored pitcher and now pitching coach for the Cleveland Indiana; and song ert*, Diana Shattuck,
member of both the Ions Randy Bernlus Maria
Venice will Berg ,
be Mrs Sherry ,
presented by
I with a luncheon Tuesday at Early Wynn Steak House In Jackson S. Smith Jr., S&H vice president and regional manager ret Taylor, Paul Their
area Chamber of
Commerce Ethel Anderson and Mrs. OWeldman Stew Blades Clark Briggs, .
South Venice after being named recipient of her employer'sCitizenship Her awards Included a $100 Savings Bond and a Citizenship George-Ann Thompson
end the Venice Kim Burt Julia Jots
Shopping Center Groff who will Coker. Nancy
accompany :-
Award for the Southeastern Region Shown her Certificate GONDOLIER PHOTO Bob Obendorf
( by ) Valderrama, William
Merchant Assn. ... ,,, ._ ,;._ Mrs. Anderson and vl
1Y 141 N31.. {1a un, "V'I> .G/'. afa/ W1114yaw goon AA'Vk- Howe.
She fa co-chairman of the herself on the piano
Venice Nokomis Republican Special guests attending the president of the Venice! Shopping Bank of Venire; Stall $e". The group will participate in NPC RepublicansNORTH Seventh! Graders
Woman's Club Study Group luncheon included City Council Center Merchants Assn.; Warren Henderson; Early 1 the singing of country music. PORT CHARLOTTE: Seventh Grade Moatt
and works on ",et.out.tha. member Dr. John R. Hogan Mrs Carl! L. Hamilton, president !- Wynn, Cleveland Indian pitching French Is GivenPsychology In the presentation of orchestral -Senator Warren Henderson Birdsey, Larry Burrl, Jane!
vote" campaigns at election and Blanche J. Celli); Harvey of the Venice-Nokomis Republican coach; Jim Wright, pro- music, Mrs. J. X. Hill will speak on the HomesteadAct Byrd, Gretchen Danklefs. BIN
time Rohlwlng president of Woman' Club; Mrs manager of Quad City; Golf resident, will review the his- next Wednesday eveningat bar Drobich Sharon Ecclet
She works in the PTA and Venice Area Chamber of Com Hope Pierce, president of the Club; Mrs. Clara Horton, lifetime tory of the Florida West Coast the North Port Charlotte Republican Donna Haucke, William Hun
the Little League and Is helping merce, RockwOOd Bollard, Venice Area B P W Club; member of Venice Junior PostAtNewCoDege Symphony Orchestra: Paul Club meeting at T:30 drick Stephen John, Linda Ken
to raise funds to build a president of the Venice Area felror will discuss the Venice! at the Community Center, Mark Koenlg. MIchael
library in Venice In sports she Friends of the Library; Bud George E, Youngberg president Senior High ParentTeacherAssn Civic Orchestra: and Mrs. Blsh- He will! deal with facts on this Leet, Howard Maurice MelU-
is a league bowler and has won Ruth, manager of Publix and of the First National op will talk on the New York subject of Interest to all Fiords sa Murphy Sally Murphy
several city titles in golf 'hilharmonic Orchestra and resident. Thomas Peden Caroline Rno
Mrs Tischler is also the the Orchestra's 1M2! opening The Sara Stare, William Stash
nominating committeewill
mother of two children SARASOTA New College .t Lincoln Center In Brian Sullivan and Richard
Rare, Lemon Bay Post Plans Poppy Drive Septenver. be appointed at this meetIng -
ber 13, and of Kirk Lakeside 12, and is Lutheran a memo years named of a experience psychologist in the with field 20 > -, and the last call for 1M3 Walker
Mrs Km will preside at the due
I given.
of educational testing it*
Church. a* I
I ENGLEWOOD Detailed ry Wyatt and President Mr.. 1964 membership quota and College Examiner and Professor business; meeting. Refresh The club I II sponsoring a dessert
plans for the Lemon Bay Post Oar The date will be announced has qualified for the state and of Psychology. Appointedto ments will be served during the card party tomorrow at
Unit 276, American Legion pop. later national citations the post was Dr. John W, I social hour after the meeting 130 I: p.m. at the Community
Jerusalem Film py campaign were outlined at First Vice-President Mrs At the conclusion of the meetIng French senior research psychologist Center There will be numer-
the bimonthly meeting last Norman Coulon, chairman of the customary social hour and chairman of the i. Next time you are baking atwolayer our priita awarded. Bring
Monday night the unit membership campaign was enjoyed with refreshments Educational Research Group of) white or yellow cake your own cards.
Slated Past Presidents Mrs Marie announced that Lemon provided by Mrs. Roy Meehl Educational Testing Service.In fusing Inch layer cake pans), The next Republican Food
Sunday 1.I Albright, chairman of the Bay Post Unit has attained its and Mrs Pete Gassawsy making this announcement Fold a third of a cup of finely Sale will be held on Friday,
shopped c pecans or walnut In- Feb. 21 For
1964 poppy day activity, report John W Gustad, provest I more Informationall
ed that Saturday Feb IS has ;;t : !la: half the batter 426-1700.
At dean of the. college.
,4 Baptist been designated .. the poppy Sarasota Choir In Sixth laid: "The College Examiners ,
day for the Englewood area, a unique post in educationHe .
An hour-long color film on and that an extensive campaign will be responsible for Electronics Lab 'ILGI"
Jerusalem, with Evangelist will be conducted to assure Annual Sing Here SundayThe helping to determine each stu
Billy Graham. narrator, will the success of this pro dent's ability to progress
be shown Sunday at T:30 p.mat s ject.Unit through the curriculum to
Sarasota Choir
First Baptist Church of Clare President Mr. Hilda H composed of choir. from Union, find him move faster, or to; Added
Negro At
Venice. announced the following r NPC MethodistsNORTH areas for pedal help VJHS
Churches In Sarasota
committee to conduct the sale: County, New College's individualized I Iwitt.
The motion picture, made will make Its sixth annual
Mrs Marie
L. Albright, chairman appearance PORT CHARLOTTEThe
program for learning will require -
by World Wide
Pictures which ; co-chairman, Mr. Clark here Sunday at I Rev! Alva A. Soldner, I
won the American Film Fes- p modified systems of ob- In order to better prepare school Industrial arts In -
tival's! Golden Reel Award on Eccles; Mrs William! Haste., m. at Venice-Nokomi Methodist pastor of Trinity Methodist t alnlng information about itu- students for entrance Into the structor so that six ,student II
Mrs Don Week. Sr., Mrs Hilda Church, has announced that immediately -
the Church. I dents and their abilities modem of complex scientific work
age of
filming of the Graham's may on experiment
H. Clare, Mr. Roy Meehl, after next Sunday I
Team's 1960 African Itinerary, Mr.. Pete Gassawsy Mrs The musical program issponsored morning' service they will The new appointee Is a graduate advances, Venice Junior varying degree of difficultyat VENICE
was written by James Collier, Jack Long. the have a cornerstone laying at I of Phillip Academy High School has introduced in the tame time
by chuzch'aWomen'
directed by Dick Ross and Andover and Princeton University the Industrial Arts Departmenta Each unit of the
A :
comm ttee meeting will beheld the new church site on West-
scored with music composed at the Lc jn hall tomorrow Society of Christian ley Lane. The time is 11:IS He was on the facultyat modern electronics labora lab is nine week in length and FEED & SEEDSTORE
and conducted by Ralph Car between 4 and S:30: pm Service The proceeds will go a m Princeton teaching both tory.The Is available to advanced
mlchael. for the purpose of assignmentand to support the "Old FolkaHome" The Women' Society of psychology end physics In laboratory la manufac- eighth grade students and all
The script trace the trans! to obtain boxesTentative for aged Negroes, located Christian Service will hold a 1944 he joined the College En. tured by Science Research Associates ninth grade students This
tion of the area from the beginning plans for a public on East Myrtle AvenueIn Food Sale on Saturday, Feb 8 trance Examination Board and and is designed to class Is following the trend of
conquest of the Holy card: party were discussed and from 10 am. to 2 p.m. in frontof i In 1948 Joined the Educational teach electricity and electronics the new field of industrial art "T/i Complete :
Land to the present-day dilemma the following committee was Sarasota. A new wing is being City Hall. Testing Service, the College using the "bread In promoting the study of elec.
of the divided city There designated in charge of arrangements added to the building, now Mr*. Hubert Fox on W S. Board ooerating division. He board" approach to fundamental I tricity and electronics. This 1* Garden Center"r
arc sequences showing Solomon's Mrs. Gassa- filled I served in the Navy during electricity. in reality an
: Pete to capacity.The Highway Drive was hostess to applied approachto 248 Miami Ave ;
World War II and has al.obeen.
Quarries, Hezekiah's way and Mrs Roy Meehl, In this
the WSCS last Monday afternoon teaching procedureall the expanding field of
Tunnel the chairmen public Is Invited Thereis > a member of the Department Dial 488-3457
newly excavated! : Mrs Clayton 1 The study topic was on components are mountedon science ;
areas on the sites of Solomon' Rhodes, Mrs Norman Coulon, no admission charge but a Women of the Bible. Mrs Rob of Defense Organization peg boards for quick assembly .
end Herod temples and what Mr*. Ernest Thelin, Mr. Har ;free will offering, will be taken ert Orr Jr is president A nctive of New York City, and disassembly. All IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Is presumed to be the first he i i. Fellow of the American connections are solderless so IIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

production footage taken of the I Psychological Assol cation;, that all experiments can be VENICE MOVIE LOG :
new British diggings below the ," Treasurer of the Psychometric completed and then disassembled
Southeast comer of the city | Society; Fellow and Memberof in one 50 minute class GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
wall, the site of the Jebusite & period.
the Council of the American Thur Frt" t-i-Mo ,
village stronghold conqueredby Experiments are ;<*: Mi..MieWalt DRIVE-IN THEATRE L
David r Association for the Advance- DluoriTHK
that students 1 .11.i I4.a'a V.1t. .1
There will be no admission ment of Science; Sigma XI, from simple door bell progress circuitsto : SWORD IN fez' (TON* 0- '....,...L.S.... 0.tr 1D.al 1.

will charge!be: but taken.Sarasota a. freewill offering md other scientific and educational motor control circuits, three TUM..Wed. r.... 11-11 .. rat Lassa CACJob. 6.

IY societies Dr. French has tube radios, and complex photoelectric Wwnt, Mturm. OHM S
written extensively on methods relays. "MeLTNTOCICr. Frl-ht *.*. f*. MCIUGBTIIIP .,

Trip and result of educational test The > .. RIOT i ifp.
laboratory has been
I I arranged Mane.. Ban a. Aso a.... lOT-BOP-CANO I
For OutboardsFebruary by Mr William Ble- II I.

,Ntf111NltNNNINe r._.. _____.
activities of Venice L
.Nokomis Outboard Club, I
discussed at the group's meetIng ) u 1
Monday, will include a
cruise on Feb 18 and a Valentine A Dine Out Often L x l :

22"Cruisemaiter. dinner dance on Feb. I I k

L announced cruise Harry plans Sjoblom. Club t

1'1' _& t member will dock their boat it's fun FOR THE WHOLE
., between 9:30: -10 a.m. at the / rlI i FAMILY ;

city ramp and cruise to Sarasota I

Bay. _____ ____
Harley Gauvreau, entertainment 0 ------------.... ._..__#4..* "..'..."' ''.....:EMI Nyy 33s..N1N;
I chairman, will be in LIVE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY 2 .M
I'! charge of the Valentine dinner Featuring JOHNNY
dance ALBRECHT At The Organ 8''
which will be held .t i
Deckhouse Restaurant rrs OUR PLEASURETO
Commodore Bode nresldec I LOBSTER SPECIAL .

j et Monday' meeting- ....,, LUNCHEON SERVED I DINNER SERVED NIGHTS ;

When recipe directs you to From 12 to 2 P.M. I I From' 5 to 10 P.M. ; SERVE YOU

"punch down" yeast dough ell NEW SHRINE CLUB OFFICERS Ralph Watching the proceedings, right to left, are Come By Boat Come
I you have to do is to plunge E. Anderson, past president and a memberof George Stringer secretary; Jack M. Beatty, I By Car To
your fist into the center and the board of director of the Venice Shrine treasurer; and J. Howard Vaughn, vice pres I
then pull the edges of the Club D. far left, hands the gavel over to Earl ident. Directors J W. Mumma and Harry D. THE DECKHOUSE I $:
dough from the sides of the Edge, incoming president during ceremonies Raby are not In pictureGONDOLIER I i
bowl toward the center. Tuesday night at Fisherman' Wharf. ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) TARPON CENTER. -e CLOSED TUESDAYS -. 4882391 BI'
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II FLO AND TOM DOlAN Owners Beach Rd. &
I # I I SD 775 Englewood Phone 474-1880 2I
MYAKKA LOUIE III 1 ,, finest PIZZA this side

Mineral BEA y of Ireland I FISH FRY All the Fish .

Warm HUNTERS SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES Every Friday 5150? you can eat. ,



12 Miles. South of Venice COME JOIN THE PARTY Iii 488.1153 Located Just South of Intersection ol I Dinner Served 5.9 p.m. Weelcdyt-l2 pm. on Sunday) 51

I On US 41, S. Tamlamt Trail Venice '. !- Route 775 and U.S. 41 On The Trail Short Order end Lunches. I II.I *.m, to 5 pm.THURSDAY =

1 j





-. ...:;:

I Th WOL WITH Pinochle Play I PTA To Observe Founders Da, I

Attracts A Founders Day Sliver Tea I presented by 12 Junior and

20 and a talk by Mr. Arthur Neff senior high school students under

I of Sarasota will be hlghli'ht.j the direction of Donald

Twenty players participated ol the Venice Junior-Senior Goss, South Sarasota County

lSV.r. In the regular duplicate pinochle Parent-Teacher Assn. meeting schools orchestra director and

tournament Tuesday at Tuesday at 8 p,m. at Venice instructor. The ensemble will

the Civic Center as L. Dulling-I High: School Cafeteria.The also play the background
er of Barrnnett, Wis., and A. I
tea will honor all past music for the tea.
dOlI, Brooks of Rahway N. J. took
presidents of the
and Robert
r Henrlqut'llwill
! 1_ ..__ __. .__. I I the North and South positions Invitations have been sent to give the pledge of alleji-
p THE VENICE (:WNUULI/ Blouses For SaleS with 54 points. honorees, Mesdames
Mobile Homes Misc. ance devotional and Mrs.
For Sole Taking In the East
' Rouser Alexander .
CLASSIFIEDRATES UTif"V VENICE, 3 bedroom 2 PERMANENT MOBILE Home :W and West positions (negative H. S. Bowden Bruce William, will B. be Eichelberger in charge president of a
bath, heated airconditioncd. LOT ON FIELD AVE. close to =- scoring) were Mr. and Mrs. MurphY'j
for Harry Sjoblom
sale, with 11x24 short business meeting.
Better Florida now church 1850. New 8Kal. Herman Grobman of
type home. Winamac
: Owner. Tel. Jr. Palmer
: room. L.
bll Completely furnished. t21i'II An executive board
488-1662. Mercury gas tank and Ind. with 33 points. Arnall meetingat
Also Douglas Gene
>1101 garage, utility room, hose. 2 18-gal. tempo side tanks Other winners In North-South 7-30: p.m. will precede the

flume Rates t both Thursday WATERFRONT 2 bed. washer-ironer, covered patio In used. Will swap for Trolling competition were: Mary Clancy, end Mr. Thomas program.
Mond.v EditioN rooms H, baths rear. Covered boat well. Very outfit. Phone 488-1845. Walmsley and Mr. J. Douglas I
'" .nd garage, A. G. Campbell of Venice
dock. Reasonable. reasonable 1908 Ravenna St., Arnall. Mrs. Douglas Murphy -_ '
and Dave
$$1.50 Drive, Laurel Villa. Margaret Nokomis East. NEW &: USED GARAGEEQUIPMENT. : Rapp of South Falls- is in charge and Mrs. Test V.nic.;i Florida
burg N. Mr.
sit V.j; and Mrs. Abe Brown and Mrs Lloyd Murphy i DEPENDABLE i'

,.fIt ) FURNISHED 10x46 FT. MODERN TRAIL Mandel of Venice; and R will preside at the tea table. '
word minimum or UNFURNISH. Hydraulic Jack &: Lubrication
\!In. ((12 Doyle of East N. J.
ER Orange
ed. 2 bedroom I tOolS ft. utility room, Equipment Repairs. Mrs. Nfff DRY WALL ]i
.l Additional; Words, each 6c bath Flor. 50x100 ft. lot. and W. Wolfe of Venice all president of Dla-' ,,4''
Ida room. 200xlOO ft. subdivis TRI-COUNTY trict P-T A. SERVICE
lot Trees EQUIPT. CO. tied with 9/ will] speak on I
tIll 3D1) points.
!, galore. Phone 488-1542. ion. 61 Hatchet Creek Rd, Vena 1070 DeSoto Rd. 'New Adventurer In P-T A."
both Thursday L. Heath of Venice C. W. Curwood 488.13301
ell, CASH rf e. ice Bay Trailer Park. and |' i
Sarasota Fla. A musical rmll be' __ __ .: .
eli, .,nd Monday Edition. GOLDEN BEACH Nearly Call collect 335-1240 Henry Mctz of South Venice,
10' x 46' VINDALE 33 nointu.Iii .
new 2 bedroom 2 bath ALUMI.

r eI $$1.40 screened porch patio carport NUM 2 bedrooms tiled bath, TRY DIADAX Tablets (formerly F "Ta.r' I '; the East-West rmmlion, mmrrrrmmTIfllTInmmiimmrrmmn) ( IIllIIlIIIlIHIIIllhIUhIJjjji '/

T. utility with drapes, gal heat, large gas tank, wall Dex-a-Diet). New name Mrs. H. Hughes of Philadel- = '

'Uet |112| word mInimum? )III. double antenna. Many extras. oven, Kelvlnator sliding doors, tame formula Only 98 cents. Sn phia and Charles Newell of =

Additional' Word. each Sc Only 10% down Phone 488. exceptional closet space and Dick It Meadows Pharmacjr. Philadelphia; and Mrs. H. B. THIS/ IS YOUR

4645 for unusual buy. cabinets TV antenna, awnings, To be sun \that/ your bullet Shaw of Englewood! and W. K.

Afim '.nc.ero.. hi la.. k covered patio. Not new but repainted CASH AND CARRY! Tengelson of Huntingtown, L. = LOCALLY OWNEDBESTWAY
: .5 SI
'nne .m .N BY OWNER 2 and Inexpensive makes I., tied for second with 41
' ... lITnu IIUMTUM a* *ont* I bedrooms refurnished. Nice unfurnished cabInets the rffM connection
.r. 'M ( .:--r:: Irwnaftot.j Florida room. Separate utilIty location and wonderful neigh for kitchens, utility points

< GondollOT l> .oral*P.O.Skt room. Carport. 800 Cypress bors. Lot 'ISO or call at office : rooms, etc. Wide selection of always point your pin Fourth was the team of A. I JANITOR SERVICE I

... n." .S ...11. S sWfS.dat. Ave. HARBOR LIGHTS.SPARTAN sizes Venice Millwork. Air B. Ivy of Port Dover, Ontario,
hy Bate 488-8213. and W. J. Franklin of Simcoe,
in I ah direction. We Jc1.lir. inRESIDENTIAL
ONE EDITION Either GULF BEACH FRONT-3 Bdr. IMPERIAL Mobile I Ontario with 41'4 points.A. Ip<

bl .iday! or Monday p4pW 3 bath, ail-conditioned. Completely I Home. 12'x20'; Florida room, BLOND WURLITZER Organ,, I S. Porter of Point Pleasant E SERVICE
n furnlihed Exclusive lo- 16'x35 cement No. 4900 Perfect condition. N. J. and D. M. Miller of
word Be carport, cement is A SIf, $POOIN E alto Commercial.
'er. ,. cation. 100x500. Phone
Seawalled. I 488-3233
No walks, 12'xl2' screened porch, Point Pleasant, N. J., were
obo (Minimum, 12 words) city tax By appointment only. 12'xll' CB. THE fUTlOIAL) RIFt[ASSOCIATION( fifth with 43V4 points
utility room on 2 ...... ___ .. .. GERALD W. CONEY, Owner & ManagerBOX
:a. >SH DISCOUNT 5% 4884006. corner city lots. Will sell for Lost ..." ""A'I D'Conw.ul w..11t., I."" ..".u...

2 BEDROOM cash or will take lot in Venice Tuesday at 9/ a.m. in the Civic 787 NOKOMIS PHONE 488.3392
)hi completely furnished Legal
CLASSIFIED area as down payment. 488- LOST Center.
Separate garage Licensed S Insured
One Edition, p.r Inch $3.00 Warm Mineral Springs 4118. Ladles red bill/old. Owner's addra, f PbS
$10,500, ClalUUUItl shall W
Both Edition per Inch $3.50 Russell-Rigbv, Margarita St., name and address on charge .. br U... Ct..s, fan unit or hti. atloner Ron Hunt of the New York Member Clumber of Commerce
i ..U b Meta led National League second -
aoomi> .1.d br a II HOliUnc
Phone 426-1203. Inspection In. Help WantedMALE plates and driver's license. ,.*. end anr mob claim' or demand basemen in errors last
4n 1 cl"ified ads payable In vited. If sent to home address, not .. Iliad Shall b* ...04. Th Mini UIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 11I1/11I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111/ 1111111111111
with 26 in 142
mar b* adH.d to tho Mount of -. season games.
Ir. aJoinc' eicept ..st.blhhcdas 2 OR FEMALE Sales. please call 488-1923. Please and .lana for... .....'be obtain** Iron lmI
Modern house on return personal items. tk* County '. offlt.
ceeunK, channel. Central heat, air man for Model Homes built i'rm':; SMITH McKIBBEN I I
by .
conditioning, Florida room. leading Sarasota County ... AdsisitoI.IS C.T A. of to*
FoundFOUNDYoun ..
CANCELLATION Builder Venice Area. Licensenot tat* of CIlMtxUi: M. smith.
e or Mortgage arranged: Channel __ _______
oil ADJUSTMENT '.ane Nokomis, 4885062.BY essential. Phone 488-1474 or ;;; Attnri Blilr' sod Dm.. THRU THEReal
iIo 438-2528. female black tit. Nai.au B'.. ,
RICIV" for cancellation and tan German Sheperd V...* Florida.
OWNER. Low down pa,. Fnr.ll.nt" .. 14. tJ. toh. 9
idiuitmnt became of WOIrttNto d light homework dog. Phone 483-3485.
ment. 2 bedroom. 1 bath ? ,
II astor mult be made for home in Venice Gardens. Must rare lor mvana, live in. IN'" Tua CIRCUIT cOURT OF THII
Home and salary, Ph. 474-2561. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Estate
. Thursday Gondolier BEFORE sell. Phone 4881827. LegalIN FIORIDA IN AND JOH' SARASOTA

2 BEDROOM 1 bath. Florida position. TUB: COUNTY CM* N*. 17401
Accounting background IK RE. FETTTIOW ofJ
Golden Beach section. COUWTY. F NEWTON and DORA D.
pjn." on TW day. 828 Roberts St. Venice. Make qulred. Submit resume. WriteW. KIXJHIIIA., IN FKOBATI NEWTON: '" Corner
KB Th. 5.ia..5"
PHONE ffer. D, Box 748 Venice.Situation iolllLlE ... HILTOM JNOJICS .. HaS NOTICE: OF SUIT _
TO CII&DITOU MurfroMbora. T..n_ (but known
433-3125 FOR SALE or LONG TERM Wanted TO ALL CREDITORS: AND OTHER rwlilone odd__,.
Lease-Corner, I block south PLRMINS!: HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Tot art bomb Botl'lrd that th* ....,- YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOME
ot Venice TRIG ASOVIo 0.51Tf. ..mod Prlltlon... of 1114 Monad Cur**.
city limits US. 41.CD CLEANING WORK or care of Po, or.. b.rebp .otII"! .." veii.5 05,0,55. Florida ...... flirt a Petition
? :2 bath house originally deigned convelescent or invalid. Ex to fll. anr ........ *r **mandro > .blt-Jo I. to* ilKWMUlod Coin (or to* adop.tioa. AHD LOT VALUES
hv .., ... .. ., Ik* .1_ ehlMr.ii named tlirra-
Real Estate for conversion and extension perlenced. Write P.O. Box 1012 mar a m t th* laid *
I In thi sOfia of Ui* Count* Judji *f ,fa sad FOB ar rnulrd to .h cauMKr
to offices or other Venice. I Saraaota Countr. )i.-Pd. I. tho courthoui U>. aam* ihould lot b* irantM .brMnrlac
commercial use. Zoned CI-A. It SaraioU. Florida, wltbla .1,. a *opr of r.ur ."It_ d.1..,..
AX EXCELLENT Buy on paved Realtors l tsp l ..10... month from tn. "dai. of H ur. upon EV A NIl. THOMAS *
road. 2 acre fenced and Personal I th. IOnS publication o( thu aroi... Each IIOYUoTON. <""r p..tlnn.r..
Byron Markl Ruth May claim or drmand b .... J. F. NEWTON and DORA D. NEW.'
muit la .1"
'* C B. house
i 1 bedroom 488 4708 In duplicate, and muil ..... th. TON. at P. O. B<. Hie, So... .. Plop.Ua. .-
488-1833. Clara HOUSE Priced To Se/1/
living- area with fireplace( ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. I of mldonr and pat ofle. addrw of and .br flllni lb..noasOth, ""'" I"

tuport completely furnished. VENICE GARDENS. 3 bedrooms Mondays, 8 p.m., St. Mark'aEpiscopal U th.. .w..Uimant' .....,. hla and aont murt .r h* hi..won attornor W br for sitS. till tAn Cl loth.rk. dar of taJd.. Court F.h....on.... or 1M4.b..050Oo. : In East Venice only 510.900

Good water and land close to Church Pariah Hall. ...., ...Aa tJoen b* ontorodagainat
:2& baths. air condition. or It will beam void d,5' to law I .mar nice 2 bedroom "home.
reir-round Call 488-4794. E.: O. ron anattnc ai4 adoption. Water Very
fishing. Call Kuy- Pd. No brokers. Can be seen BOONE WITNESS xr .kind and s.si ., Mid 3 Bedrooms 2 BatH City
LiiMlitor. Beautiful kitchen.T
tadall. R. E. Broker 488- by appointment CaU 488-67K Bnoo.. __. 4 liphordlmr! Court at .,-.. Cointr, Florida, till Formica Kitchen Paved StreetCentrallyducted \ s 14'livinqroorn.

:5M, 2387 S. Tamlaml Trail, week days 488-1770 Sat. and Business OpportunityWILL Florida Pow... C Llsb' Buildlw. Seth dar of W.".A.....WYNNE.... All, 1M4. Carport & Utility Get Heat I II I' i 15 screen'
VaalM Florida,
Venice ListIng. wanted: acre- Sunday. Attorney for luilat Clerk of th Clrmrl Corl Screened Porch Prapaired for Air. porch. 13' 22' carport. lOG'S

ie.homesites homes bust.I5I I INVEST money and experience r-ubll.li, ,.... '.11.SO.IT. IMt P.., BoOty..J*. S m, Comer Lot 85 s I ISO conditioning 158 lot. 1375 sq. ft. wider
Dmnrr Cl' k.

home. 2 bedrooms, den, FlorIda Business, local area. C. F., FOR LJIARJ..OT'I'IC COUNTY IN 70.o&AND .......-. for .010bs.n, LOW TAXES AND UPKEEP

FRONTAGE. U. S. 41 Clean. room. 21x31 screened patio. Rox 74(1( Venice.Business IDA IN'CHANCERY_ ,. till* TOl, Florida.Pabllihi Palnr, Bulk Bnlldlnaviruota GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT I CONVENIENT LOCATION! Ii''

high dry. $50 foot. Near new Furnished if desired. Good fiincing SUIT T TO 01 P08000 IW7t LOSE Jan. M. '0. ,.... .. II. reed

wthouse lite. Phone 488-6160. 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood MORTGAGI 4886413INTERESTED H. P. HORN
"'; Grove City.
Mtg on local property 8% UNCLE JOHN NELSON has a us do your PAPERHANGING -- COUNTY IN CHANCERY; PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIME

it payment. monthly. Pres- nearly new 2 bedroom house and painting. Reasonable EUGENE K. DAVENPORT and] IN RCI PMItfM U.S. 41 and Albee Rd.

rot balance $4.489 80. Address Can handle on small down pay First-class work. Kroupa, hi OEltTKUDK* *,il *t:.K... DAVENPORT PAUL..THOMAS""" ,.... n.OIIJJS.n... a

Sop i 801. Lake Worth..... -Fla.--- ment Phon. 488-2307. 474-2550. drfmdanu.NOTICE. TO FRED"W.:'Win: i PR.: ?
or SALI Plata of 1I.ld..... (41 FrUllaa -
INCOME NOTICE 18 HkKFBY GIVEN that I., Aranu. Hawthorn New YorkPlane ,
PROPERTY Own- GOLDEN BEACH TYPEWRITERS and Adding EDWARD 1. GtRSON the ,sdo.s,5apiaIStopoc.ssaSamslR. .., DelwooiDalrr TRAIL FRONTAGEON
I er'i living near Machines (mechanically .. I
quarters plus 7 op. .
Mow York.You
|w rn.htj! Can be converted Two bedrooms, two batht. rated) Chemically cleaned .1.*, diUd 1'011...... I. 1M4>> and .*.... ... h Brewrer rebr totlfled that th* H. Wlmmers Reolfor 41'
rad br th* Circuit Court of chariot
I to efficiency apartments. 238' I 30 foot Florida room like new. Just $12.50 plus partaIf CatV. Florida, In Cb..,.,.. In which.Ihl. .bove-nimed. 55Nento.Petitions Florida, KIT ha.WolrarlnHtret. filed .. NORTH OF VENICE

|OIl Trail, toned commercial. requlr" AU makes Venice ..,o. ii p.ndlni will, on Monday, Petition In the .ho.....,'. Court fop REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
I 112 ft. lot. Fbruarr 141*. lass durlnt th* ....1 400 feet at $65.00 foot
I Low on corner Ststioners. 211 W. Venice Ave. th* adoption of th* minor child tamedIhervin per
| downpayment 5% Inter- ...
hour of and at th* Front Door of and you ar* required to ..howeaua. f Agent 'Ion w..t_ Union Telegraph
J eat on balance to qualified buy. 519 GULF STREET 488.6118.Dressmaking II,. Countr Courthoua., In SariaoU. fcara- '. whr the -m-- not .b* granted i Monday thru. Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I ON U.S. 41
iota' Countr. Florida, nil th. followingd .
Will of writtenfenee.
jw. consider trade-In med- _. br ms-lu t copr VOOp SOUTH OF VENICE
alterations draterles propcrtr loraud ,In SaraiotaCountr "." .. If sop upon VANS. THOMAS CLOSED SUNDAYS
I um priced residence for down- Florida, o-wlti ..... .
For Sale a BOTI.HTON. A. for Petitioner 526 foot frontage 446 feet
Apts. elc. reasonable 488-1130 Loll 1 and II, Klort 41 Volt ...
payment. Ph. 486-6639. PAUL THOMAS GILtIS at P. O. Box
.. at foot
I $60.00
MINERAL SPRINGS! porroplat deep
int. Baraaola Florida, and br flllnt Oh.opisteni per
DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom 1 cf plat of Veil Mthrouth thereof with th. Clerk of ..Id -----------o-- -

Lots For Sale bath and 2 bedroom, 2 bath SHEPARD polo .81 17 and. Nooritod II-A throufh I. Plat M-F.Book of th.ubll II.. .Court'. ..on 1X41 or before otbarwie the a toth deer. dar*, mar of Feb.irr. h*. Martin S. Stancik 0

furnished., > roord of Saratou Countr. Flor- ... .
I furnished or partly .*. ..Iut rva trantlnt aald adoption REALTOR

IWT! l IN BAY POINT High and 8-5698. LUMBER CO. dai ALSO Lot It. "look 4!. Unit M ..odTM WITKIM. h.nd..dth."aI.foaid ,

l dry. J5'125'' Close to beach. 14, BWk ... Unit II, WARM MIN. Onrt 'at nr Saraenta Coo.... Florida, Venice, Fl. phone 488-5443.
Value 1350. Make otter. 488- Rentals 1003 N. Washington Blvd. fcHAL Sl'KINCS. .. nr ..,.1., of anammdrf tII,. Ilia rt.r of J.nuirr. A. D. 19(4. NEW
plat of Unit M throuth IT,
6 2t. Sarasota W. A, WYNNE.Clert I
r,eordd In Plat Hook ID pan II and of the Circuit' Colrt.IT .
UNFURNISHed call $5-A throiwh M-F. public ,_rdo of .
I .....
II. Countr AIJ1O Lot "l. Blorkt. ,
OR TRADE 2 bedroom I bath. FlorIda Drputr CleritEVANS.
", Bib 18. Gulf View Ven- room, 200x100 ft. lot. Trees SPRING a* par plat' ........., racordodI Attorney. Petitioner. CITY WATER SEWER AND PAVED STREETS
Ice. City I I. Plat Book 10. par It. SI-A and ... 370 CENTER ROAD
sewer, near beach and galore. Phone 4881542. Suit POt > Palmer 11. Building.Saraiota
It-B. ,ubll..010 of B. Countr
I Florida.Publlir.1 .
shoppin Minor Cross, 2920 ROOT TRUSSES ALSO Lot T and t, (lock "If" WARM "... II ... reh. I. II. toed $2,000 DOWN New Never Lived In 2
l Walout Ave.. Mattoon Illinois. ATTRACTIVE Efficiency Alum. Windowt & Doors. MINERAL SPRINGS SUBDIVISION, Bedroom, I1/ Batht
I apartment. Heated pool. W.Venice ai .... pint thrraof .....01..d. In POst Book }
IWT 4883681. Contract Roofing & Painting 4, pan 64. of th* public I record of Saraot $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER TOTAL PRICE $12,500
MJ Venice Gardens. Price I Ave. Phone Phone 488.2132 Venice .;.. Florida I I to th* hlhM' and O] Shown by Appointment.
'l.85O. WrIte boo blddir for eaih
Iii 'I3rd Walter Polskl. NICELY FURNISHED Studio This nolle. dated Frfiniarr a. 1M4.at FRANK C. RAEBURN
No., St. Petera- Putia. Gorda Florida.
for two on CaseyKey.
burg, Fla.v.1 apartment /./ ..DW ARD 0.. OH1WON.ftpmHal REALTOR REALTOR
Call 488-4846. Auto For Sale Maiter In a.......,..
| a Vl OP Rts LOTS Pl.bll.hl. Fed. (. II. '0. I.... 251 I W. Venice Ave. Phones: 488-1600-489-2449 221 W. Miami Ave.

uo.aa .tU Bl'SINEbS OPTIC SMALL SINGLE Apartment.No I960 FIAT. Make offer. Phone 488.5308
pets. Heat. Light cooking. 4AR-A427! IN AN" FOR SARAIIOtA rOl'NTY,
ELK Utilities furnished. $8.50 week. FLORIDA. IN PROBAT1m
INLET Sea waned prlv. REi F-8TATE OF ,

Bl1Ihort Itt boat basins, E L. Kilton. 488-4806. 64 Buick LeSabre A/K/A ELIZABETH LIBBIE M.: M BMITTT SMITH Dasm.5. ---
Drive. Nokomis. DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS. 2 Probat Fll. No. *aTIKOTtrf lii,

laths complete season or TO CREDITORS
LOT Venice. Good for 4Dr. Hardtop Sedan TO AIL CRIDITORg AND PTRSONSrTAVINO
IIcltton' year. 100 The Esplanade, CLAIMS OR D UIIUS CHOICE LOTS
cottage. Sacrifice [HOMES"IT'S
:l.8oo. Call 824-5484 SaraVEmCE .u ..* fconnr notlfM and1 o.nlld. Mm. 85 feet wide
NEW CO-OP Apartment. was $4000 Car I Ia fll. anr *lhn or dcrnind which n>.
mar hiv atalncr 5.. E.taM: .f Ellia.Wlh SEE or CALL
800TH Near beach. Swimming pool Now $3500R. M Smith .fIr,. Llbbl. M Smith.
J prime boat dock. Feb. and March. Doraued. late of aaramta Cnntr. Flo" LARRY REDFORDAssoc.
borneli.... near beach. Low. J. RHODES Ida hi th* efflo. of H... JOHN T '
Oil Prlcea. Ph. 488 5980 Or 488-2689. GRAHAM. 11.c.w.. ? Judnth. fa A HONEY FOR THE MONEY .
hut1 Box 80. Rt 1. Magnolia Ave. Countr Court ROOM at Sarawta,
SPring.. ria. RENT WITH OPTION to buy Florida. within ill ......01.. menth.fm.th.w.ttha1tmtpsbIla.tIas.5. CHIPS JOHNSON

2 Bedroom., tile bath. Furniahed. Nolomii thli Molloa.. JiB1im 3 BEDROOM HOME. CITY OF VENICE Real Estate

Mjoujes For Sale Palmetto St., Venetian Tel. 488-5310 Earh .1.'... *r ilomand ....1 .. I.PSftine. I. 304 W. Venice Ave.
call I and I In dupllaaUl .hall (tat*
Gardens. For Information ''he_ MI.._.__ __._ ___Id..___n___ ._...._ _.__ "_u"M_ LARGE LOT, LARGE TREES! Your own picnic ground. Phon. 488-3609-488-2241
By OWNER Sarasota 935-8028. City water and tewer. Garbage Disposal, Automatic Water
v.* old = Softner paved street Belt lection of town.
e,MB quality built home FOR RENTALS Boats For Sale on

3-c.r under coat. 2 B R. 1V4 In Venice Ana Agents for LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN ,
garage, large icrecn' JUST SELL 22' "RevelCraft'
terrace central .
; cabin cruiser standup -
"I.'d alr-cond1t1oned: large CHIPS JOHNSON head; twin 1961 40 H.P. Ev. EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY OR

lped Lallrel lot.Avt.. Venice 308 W. Venice Realtor Av. 488-22T9 with Inrude extra"Lark"Everything motors. Loaded In excellent COMPANY WHY: WAIT MOVE IN NOWI SELLINGYou're

*FEW condition. Only $1,475. 22.000 Sq. ft. Space Best Value Are
I bedroom. HOUSES CASEY KEY on the GUI i Phon. 48 06t.! J Warm Mineral Springs Area Found HEREI
bath City water bedroom furnished house .. ACROSS THE STUn .
'1 ,:.... IPPtlc tank. C..S.! Screened porch. 488-1333, 488- Wanted To Buy 3 Bedroom' Home. LIKE NEWI! $400. Down. $47 Mentfily'

bedroom Venice Gardena."I 21S1. OR ACROSS THe WORLD Payments Including Interest and Principal. .

tb eeptl0 I bath, city water USED BOAT HOIST Phone U* u< arrange all details of your morlivrj and storage
tank. HomesNEW realtor
Venice C.B.S., $U.lte .- Mobile 4881878. CHIPS JOHNSON
Gardens.S : I b. t.
Venice Transit and
r rOOms. 2 baths, City ANU USED TRAILERS Misc. For Sale Storage 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 4 alld
sewer C.B.S.. $12.. 15' to SO1 See New Moons Fla. or
I '
East Established 1947 "
Cate. AU wIth paved Metro Models H. Darlington Office at Kent Mold Phone 488-1 i9S :'
4186:11.: Phone 488;0413 or 438 Sales Nokomis, Hwy. 41. .Fa TOOL HOUSE portable. 4x8x8, 552 E. Venice _Ave._ Ph. 488-1317.. ; Nitet 4883513._ .488-2592_n 'e-.0 a "
f85. Phone 468-3235 -- --- --
488 2608. \,;4' -4- '



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LCI! Indians Whip SarasotaIn

Venice Indians 67-58

Jr. High Contest 42-29 ,

C r": 1 Mooneof Sarasota Smithers, 8-218 T '

I .a... t Md leen closet 967Venice
thea .16 15 R
The LH Indian vanity pain'ed Sarasota's for threw periods, Venice with IX Brown had seven t ,. l '.' "I pen in third
and Erb one. 1 .. inight in the Mooney 14 K\
an easy 4228 victory over but Venice erupted for 11 1 ''' ii
Turning point in the fame .nd the hOlt five ---
County Junior '
Sansota in a r
Hi h School League UK Tueeday points in the final quarter while was the rebound; of V n, s :_i 7 ;\8 non-conference The Yankees will rr
afternoon in the SHS gym, holding the boat five to three Terry Owen and Jim G.aaon I :..!a Indiana of Venice spring training cxh lb' i

but the junior varsity of VJHS for the com&DC-Irom-behiDd and the fine defense of the entire r Hi *1 .c', ton against Baltimore, Mr
had to come from far back to team in the final quarter I fc-ii.kr-1-for-basket dur- Lau4erdale on M rend < i
I It i
win.At Both VJHS teams meet in Richmond '.
e" out 3B-1 decision over withIn it
a the end of the first PfJ'o101I t lvt! fl >t two period
Brookikle Junior High t twnor< k 12.CARPET.
tile Midshipmen Jajrvee ding: a one-point April
Richard Blizzard and Steve It was Sarasota 3-0 and row afternoon in the Venice I thlrT n; r halftime. ,
at the half it waa Sarasota out High School The vanity I. 7 I..d at
Dalton scored 12 and 11 points belongeda
td! quarter
T :
respectively. to pace the m front by a 10-2 score Venice game Is at 4 p m. with the jayvee e once again Vent ,

smooth-working Venice varsity began to hit ih the third quarter tilt to follow. M rd ny the at Jd 1: on the basket CLEANING NEWSHomemaken Midi
The Lai Indiana held an 11-3 The varsity is now 6-1 on the :.e the
and narrowed it to 14-9 I i (, | behind 46-39, at
margin at the end of the open- In the final period Steve year and the jayvep are 4-1. -f LVrcrodMcaney everywhere i

keg quarter and increased their Brown and Randy Willis scored t ,riled 21 In the last +

lead to SM at halftone five points apiece and Power .1 ',t rr.njtcs. while the Indi are turning fromo'd.fahlon.d
Sarasota outscored Venice David Erb one to account for Squadron a' a0b4 < rnered 19 scrubbing
Mf.. to the second half as + ;
: C 'teara came up
Coach Al Bndner gave his reserves A basket by Brown tied it upat Sets Office t I Tie we ",,:anted attack with a methods to the modern
an opportunity to get insane IB-It with 1) second to go L: different man taking over In I Duraeleon process
game experience and with just tour seconds togo Election Meet 1 rter to supply the
lL e-: :h qu:'
Morton Chiles was third top Willis was fouled and on a i IT. CONSIDIHATIl No t|
point maker for the winner one-and-one situation sank the I pent production houM with Dunclon. N<. j
followed Officers! of Venice Power -- It was Bob Smlthers In the days for carpet and furtuti
with eight Jerry Gibson first to give Venice the lead .
Gill Thiatre and w!:J continue for 12 more Art Piestch In the Our Kchnlciaiu: do *U thomoTinf
with five Let Thompson for the first time He missed Squadron will be elected at JAYCEE TALENT CONTTST PrJS:!:-Cleve first period
had four and Pat McDonaldtwo hu second attempt and Sara. the general meeting of the Guess, left owner of Gi J V, .,'d M1 I in W ': 10:_' s. A woe v,.;iity of talent isi second Bert Grout in the third clean your. and fun, ?
fer M _t. .It ::.:>d to appear. int.Jdins baton twulersT Tom Goldsworthy in the quickly r
to close nut the scoringfor sou took the rebound but time squadron Tuesday at 8 p.m.at Nokomis and local deer; .. :arr c nnd bom"flowiefrnh,"'reed,;.:; iIn
the Lil Indians. I ran out before a shot could be boards. is shown here prerer'. jar r 1.I c.. rs, hootenanny permers: singers<< fourth. a hw boun.
11.Point Effort I taken Tarpon Center Yacht dub. Sam Allison chairman of the Vince JL >r ire toiaters and others A movie wul be Goldsworthy was top man for IT'. SAFISTr The an
The Jayvee game was all Willis was high point man for An executive committee Chamber of Commerce :lent 'nest.: The sh! "wn each ntht: ; in con;anu on with the tal- Mooney with 19. Grout and boorptlon proc 11Dimdetn
meeting hi charge of Comdr. motor to be given as first prize In the contest ant contests The bunk; of the proceeds Vo"lllo Smithert had 18 apiece and ...1.. ruln0U5505 king intntchanical .
was donated by Kiekhaefer Mercury to the Loveland Schools for retarded child. Piestch 10.Venice's. ocrubbinf Dun. B
Herman A. Huhn, will be held Corp. The contests began last night at the ren. (JAYCEE PHOTO) Jim Sikora had his ..<111II....boo KMI In Conference Loss at 7 p.m. I second successive 23 point sofa ss plain w.t.r. c l i A
The slate of officers presented game to lead both teams in dona just snob it In d.

I by the nominating commit: Lake Venice To IIostState scoring with Bruce 18 Byrd was runnerup laboratory IT* THOROUGH_U. Duru'.un, U 'lade', r nt I

tee it: Lawrence N Taylor
The Indian Jayvees held off a mom than ''u r
To Riverview Rams AP commander; Charles W late Mooney rally to win their location McC I'.T.tirdfdtl..- Ptrt-u Ib i i

Zabrislue AP lieutenant commander third game of the season 44- tilt at approval! to DunHouaewimaandbusinwmea

; J. Thomas Hamm S. I Junior Tourney 38 Martin Satava paced the "d ,
The Rixemew Rams protected 0: Toncray 1- Prewnt, 1- .
: first lieutenant Robert B. Venice team with 20 pointi the world ors proving Dur j|
their half-game lead in 1 0-2. CocKrell O. McCray 0; I Eldredge : and % J.I Venice outscored Mooney, superiority to ibRnatlvto e4J...
the White! Sands ConferenceTuesday Sharps 0-2-2. Totals 18.9.43. secretary, \'ou'U prove It too whoa M
first periods
24-15 in the "V\o
night in a home I ham H Graham. S. trea irer Host for the 1964 State Junior Beach and it was approved at t: supporter of Junior golf and I what cow aft do for your p .M
Ram "arslt, Fetzek 5-3- but it was Mooney on top, 23-20,
Also the be such
on agenda will this of FSGA directorlin : conducted several programs furniihlnr
Golf tournament sum.
test against KMI by a meeting Itrc
13 J Hansen 4-210 Gilliland.
con-I : the second half.
reports on the national conference will be Lie Venice Golf Sebring last weekend. in Ohio prior to coming in
the Kaydets 0845.The 5-3-13: Bixler 1.0.2 M1Ch8ill. I held recently at Miami mer ; I More than 100 I Both Indian teams are at CALL FOR A FREE QUOTATION
here in 1960.
II | Club: according
for the event
visitors remained in I Exact dates
Hansen 204 Tjaden meet
: home tomorrow night to
Beach ]
and committee t in
game for two quarters but l4Kilmer: ;1..2.( Keene 0- reports:I II to a ;J"lIIt an will be announced following a junior golfers participate I
I After the business Naples
Riverview scored 36 points in meetinga n or, em ent : meeting of directors and Rob- the current program at Lake
2-2: Fetter, l- -ll. Totals: 23-
will be shown Stan Venice Sikora 10-
I movie by fran Carl Roh I Venice Vanity -
the second half while holding mann Carey stated.
MC to 20 2044 I Bennett. I n in. pro-man. I I 323; Hawks. 0; Morgan, 11.3,
at Lake I When advised of the FSG\ Byrd 82.18, Harrison, 4-1.11;
Greg GOliland and Mike Fet- car
rek scored 13 points apiece to it \'..:. .:e, and Bill dec;lion. Rohmann was elated Yale Coach Talk Landgraf 0; Green 0, Ringo,
: and said "We should be very I 215. Totals 25-8-S8 Service +,r
lead the Rams Tim Hepler had VHS At Home C :r y execu
Tonight live orC'C"or: of proud to hue been selected Mooney Varsity Grout, 9- '
13 to lead the Kaydets Roy ; Slated TuesdayYale
Lageaaur. KMI leading point hoFI0ri8a 1 i for the site of what I consider 0-18.; Goldsworthy. 7-5-19; Pies E. J. (FRED) FREDERICK
State one of the biggest events in tch. -0-10 Roberts. 0-22, Phone 488.1104
maker, was held to two field I Golf As r: Football Coach John : -
goals by the stout Rnemewdefense. I Hohmannmade the state Pont will addre: the Yale I w
Kavdets At Charlotteand a pitch| He said about 300 youthful Club of Sarasota on Tuesday,

The victory tipped the Ram Rohm inn for the tourney golfers and their families Feb. 11. An article in Monday s WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
conference mark to1 and last week while attending a Aould come here for the GONDOLIER had the date cor. RAMBLER DODGE I
lowered the KIll chart to 2-5Riverview Venice will host Naples tomorrow the Eagles. Charlotte! PG\ meeting in West Palm tourney Rohmann is an ardent I red but the headline had the US S. T.mUmi Trail 4S8.396S-48S-6ISO
s junior varsity night 11a non-conference High Tarpons downed the day incorrectly as Saturday.The .
broke a KMI 10-game win game at the high school Ka>'dets in the first came between Sundown Patrol Operates DailyThe I date is Feb. 11, the day Is SPECIALIST IN. .
streak with a tt-H win Kay. gym whIle KMI will be on the the non-conference foes. Tuesday. Brake Repair lubricate Chassis!
det Ed LeBlanc was high point road for a return contest with 74-64 Front End Alignment Oil Change

man for the contest with 14. Charlotte High of Punta Cords. KMI will be at home Saturday Venice Civil Air Patrol big of the three planes the patrol a.IIoIrL _Wi. -- Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlighti Beam
while the Rams had an even It will be the first meeting of night to face the highly Squadron under the leadership will l use. The CP has recently I Wheel Balancing< Electrical Repain
ly-balanced attack: with no the year between the Indians regarded Manatee High Hurricanes of newly appointed officers acquired an L5 St r.son I Elferdlnki of Osprey Overhaul Automatic Standard
Engine Any or
man posting over eight points. I of Bradenton. Manatee John DeBaltz, Dale Johns and and they will also use a plane '
KMI travels to Puma Gorda _. _, _.. is ranked in the top 20 in the Stanley Lavins. this week inaugurated owned by Caro:vn Hunter of II JIM.900 Liquidation Sale I I Radio Repairs Transmission Repa'rENGINE

tomorrow night to meet Charlotte 1-: = == state and will bring one of the a Sundown Patrol' Venice Flying School and the I I rr TO 49% OFF I TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
High and on Saturday the 1 of small owned by Henry .
Kavdets will! host Manatee 1 1A nere for the n?league clash. craft in distress Zelias and Phil Todd. .. -----
Both are non-conference contests The patrol will operate seven Johns is operations officer of

da>'s a week unless small craft the local squadron which is
KMI Vanity Htpler 8-1 Methodist ClubSponsoring warning flags are being flown now headed by: DeBalU as

13; Water 4-19: VcGouan. from 430pm. to 8 p.m.. between ; squadron commander.. r
4-2-10; Lagenaur. 2-1-5: Cooke. Venice and Boca I Purpose of the patrol is the x

New Grande. spotting of crafts in distress,
i The 24 Cadets in the programwill which may signal by boating
Myakka Lanes accompany the pilot at observers distress rules and methods and
i On duty this week are which are asked to remain in enjoying yoUrVJS
Cub Scout Pack I Cadets Steve Johnson Roy the location until the spotters ,
Eger Steve Norwood and send help. The patrol now has *. **&
Lose 78-75To David Girard. Later the 17 senior radio equipment which will be vacation? ;
y.''Tt than 200 members ands members of the SquadronwiL installed shortly ,
of Methodist Men Cub : in observation, Stanley also due a
I assist They are to receive
Sarasota LanesUnable Grace. 1 the Methodist charter Church dinner Latins executive officer ;Ji the near future a carryall ,
.t-I and pilot said. for ground search and rescue
I ,b Scout: Pack 123 .t i
La"IJ1I.n1O* pilot! win be work and a generator to operate -
to overcor '. -,11 Monday assisted bv Dave J("*.ni and a mobile: unit radio sys- v :
period lead b Sarar'a ', C.1 & >ut Chairman Pcre) .
% *
Lawrence N cut'S j we p..o. "e-n f"r the cam -all ZL
Myakka Lanes went c i -, f.ef John Shockey was mar
defeat 78-73 l0r of ceremonies I /i X i
Monday He ; I Ji
.... -;:;;.,.. I..I ei L
at Sarasota HIgh'a gym m CMen' club is sponsoring thenew : : 1
Basketball League action LANDS A EE WTY-James pack, which has a membership a
A H.g-itoier. o2S Rivera, of 14 at present Members Y
It was the fifth loss in a row proudly displays a 94.Ib. of Shocke,'s committee 1 CENT tom, w
for the Myakkamen who have bass he caught recently are George Brown David Far. SALELIMITED V Y
von three. while fishing on the north Icy, Larry G. "Williams Ken l it I\. t / ,
Sharp-shooting Gary Barten side of Lake Okeechobee with Brown. and Den Mothers Mrs I I .. .I r e
former Rhremew High I ace: Major Pace of Kentucky Militarv Caroline Hunter, Mrs. Frank SUPPLY aD h
led his team in scoring with 33 Institute and several Meyer and Mrs. Paul Theen -- -._-, '." Q00J a r
points and it was his early first coaches from Sarasota High Dick Fey is cubmaiter -- : 1 Y
period scoring that turned the School! He used a blacks Parents of the cub scouts Y
tide for the victors ,:'oon with pork rind for and wins of club member ORTHOGROALL { P
Al Uebelhart rang up :25! !ha tMen's were eues(.. J
points to pace the Myakkamen Taking part in the ceremonies A L
while George Zuraw tossed in I were Dave Dick son of Sarasota pr K
U. Edgar Gay 13 and Gary :; Golf Assn. district Scout represents PURPOSE make 41 A t
live Richard Currier inst r
Jenkins IS :utional -
The Myakkamen hope to get I representative and Cub 4M

back on the winning track this ,2-BalI Tourney Scouts Stephen Ramsey. Hen LIQUID PLANT FOOD FLORIDA and VENICE 4a
Monday against Eborsole Sod ry Zeus and Robert Hunter ai

in the 9 p m game. also at theI I This WeekendA ] The dens will meet at 3 30 Bry one gallon: at regular price of at
Sarasota High gvmflyakka I p.m. each Wednesday at the Home for your BUSINESS and FAMILY!
Lanes Uebelhart. hornet of the den m>-,:hers. $4.98 and gH 2nd gallon for TeRj
9-7 8 Budner 244. Ball\ 1.3- Men s Golf Assn sponsored Parents of young men from I
; ( p'c.e t.H for 2 '
( S. Zuraw -2,18: Jenkins S.2,12: \ two bill best ball tournament to 10 years of age who are interested Gallon) Florida sunshine has no comparison! But did you know that
Gay 8-1.13. Totals 30-15-75. will begin today at Lake in having their sons 4" 4"VENICE Florida best climate Is Its business climate Check the facts. i
I '.' Venice Golf Club and will run participate may call the den NOW SAVE Compare them WIth your State's Industrial advantage ki rele-
f' through: Sunday. mothers for further Informa ton to your business or Industry.

Results of last weekend's tion. SEED & FEED STORE
dogf ht' show Buzz I
rear. W. H. Witt Ted MaloneT. MORE PEOPLE ARE "The Comp/efe/ Garden Cenfer"
Causes Damage L. Hatcher the winners\ witha srascnrniNG TO FLORIDA GUARANTEED FREE ENTERPRISE MANPOWER PROVIDES
I ; score of Plus 10. Tied for .1 READING AND 244 M*.... A... VWM Phone 48S-)457 THOUSANDS Of WIWNG WORKERS READY FOR YOUR INDUSTRY.
Drivers and passengers escaped second place with Plus 7's nORIDA PERSONAL INCOME HAS GROWN 211* SINCI19SO.
injury Sunday morning were Lou David Doc Evans VENICE: GONDOLIER
in a two-car accident at Harbor Ed Buford and Lei Lovelace ; I FLORIDA BOASTS OF A 20 BILLION' DOLLAR SPACE INDUSTRY AND
{ and San Marco Drives. but and C Piers F Bt:>....dler. F. A GROWING BILLION DOLLAR CONSUMER MARKET.

I', the vehicles! involved were Beighey and T Muck I r SOUTH CENTRAL AIRLINES SCHEDULE Equally Important Is your own health and the happiness of your

damaged an estimated 1760 Jim family. Where else but In Florida can you expect to greet each
According to city police the Carroll a guard from day With sunshine, each day with' a new zest for uq and
collision occurred<<: whenn Pel Atlanta Ga will captain the gatUng thing done"I

ham R. Uvsey. 83. 1711 Forrest fall.Notre Dame football turn next NORTHBOUND TO TAMPA SOUTHBOUND TO MIAMI 4
St.. Venice. attempted to make I

a left turn onto San Marco and I LV VENICE 930 .m 2i50 pant, LV, VENa 1 I0.2 .""- 5:23: pmA. '011110III DETAILS OM MOW YOU CAN IECOMI A
his auto was struck by one be for en I .. Saeetota '::43.3:10: p"- Ar. Paste, Gad. \ FI.q Stop Flag Stop CONTACT M''". WENDELL JARRARO CNAIRMAN.DIRECTOR PERMANENT FLORIDA FLORIDA RESIDWT OIVELOP"'ENT AND BUSINfSSIHIANTHE COMMIS

bit operated by Neil E. Calk- GOLF'enjoyable AI. Si. Pete .. 10:10.:4O: pm ,4i' Ft" t.et1 10:25 P"'" 5:45 pin.Ar aioee IN TALUHASSU Oil THI CHAMltll 0' COMMERCE or THI COMMUNITY YOU Alii 5ISITINO.
tow 21. P.O. Box !177, Venice.p.trolm.n T..o. . IfS; .,m. 4:05 0"I I h. MaL: 11:30 o.m.' 630 om "/ .. '
: ::
? '
Bill Kruner who i ,"
day of _. ":",, ;:_:).: : .
"xtigated said Livsev told -
.' not **. I the ap- FARE TO TAMPA __... 59.50* FARE TO MIAMI..... 518.90* -- \
: .hert\ I TRY
: sir a* he

.., !I
1 '-,*4 Livsey with VENICE TRAVEL
i I failure to yield the right of1,I FEES CO.AA

1 was D.mt> tn the f a'ur: n. ":jsnr '" I Just OH Ste Ridge Rd. 314W, VENICE AVE. PHONE 488.2238aflus

i -i..4Mto and one :'"iiLi I Soutii of< Sarasota 5.1. Federal Trl"porlet Tn Standard! Baggage AHowa"Ce! 40 ID.. p.I ..

+ -, icy car f2;:;i, __ J I r aaRa. iee e -: ,





FEB UARY 6, I 1964


r rmi',' BOWLING II I Naples Rallies For Win New Hunting, Little League Registrations- I

I Over Kaydets, 63-54 fishing Laws Are Extended Thru Saturdau I

their The ninth Kaydets decision of KMI In dropped the end of the half as the lead Effective July 1 1norida' I Registration in both the 'Junior Reiter emphasized, they must on April 11. Practice sessions-
Early WynnM. Myakka Lanes Saturday night starts changed hands consistently until and senior divisions: of Gulf register this Saturday or they will begin Feb IS.
as the Naples midway through the second 1964-69 hunting and Little League has been extended will not be assigned to a little
Eagles posted a 63.54 win In a quarter. At this fishing regulations will be Saturday will aim be a
P.rlr .Ind H.rold point center established for another week accordingto league team at the close of the
.nd MdyAlhA.aG.IdL pumltura 1111, Mel T.rnll C..I.Pun Cp.lr non-conferenc, tame at the Steve Clark boosted Naples into during the month of C. A. (Chuck) Reiter registration school year. "work day" at the municipal
." ;" 3101 I. Mandlnfal AnTha joss : .. F.nlture, 011, Kaydet gym. I a 25.18 lead before KMI April and become effective
I'" 821
et ni : was chairman.
J" athletic field site of all little
I DaekhoMa 48-St| .... ,
tranm .1'.8.' .. I.. Oa. Ill, Pure OIl, 7pmvm: It was nlp-and-tuck all the able to regain Its shooting July 1, 1964 according to an To date there have been 141
?? Laod..Bun. I"" B.... All youths, 9 through IS are registered in the 'Junior division league home games League officials
.. nraixrlia. Fahrlra Carfc morn. M.la" 11010.1 Ed...... way until forward Martin form. announcement by A. D Aid-
"" ? l.wood Hank; 1IM ; 'N m.eld.ok. Awaler. Bowen got hot and led Naples The rich, director. Game and Fresh eligible provided they were 9 and 6S in the senior division managers and other interested -
'o ,. lei Kr.n It.1'M Kaydets went to work In prior to last Aug. 1 and will .
I n, Ino ; 1..nnn BrrM. to a 20-point fourth Water Fish Commission The junior group will operate
', H FVre tunll e0Ale.d, D.nun Chwnlet. 2204091, Dole. quarter He the third quarter and on the not be 16 prior to this Aug. 1 persons are asked to
Herhan as an eight-team league
Yen.w. I..n liar scored eight of his 18 points in long shots of The annual regulations meetIng "lend '
H ? 1'.IIf, Roy Lagenaur and Those still interested In regis a hand" in this endeavor
fchoM Inc.. 45 16: )on. N.An 'Horn. Duncan that final period while team. again this year with six teams
l'h..rolat, haa
I ;..'0. Brltton Hoaaa ofji 'IT: PuII. Renrn. as 7mNn I. Fred Toncray took over the been advanced to tering are urged to call Reiterat from Venice and Nokomis and Reiter aald.
.. V.nlo Furnltura is 1741u/t PhIIIIM N.Ir Dr/n.. Rnllr. Buzz Berson and Bill lead by 40-33 score and appear. April In order to provide ad. 4886321.He .
two from
Oune.n hwrokt.. b07LP.ebe a 1W/1 Morton were cashing In on foul ed to be on their way to a vic ditional time for printing of Osprey There will be ,

I'M 'O?!' .I= ,. ill, B.ed !, .Cltl.... I_ TII.......... I attempt.. KMI could only mus- tory. However, a last-minute regulations. Prior to the April pointed out that boys eligible three teams from Venice and CHARTER BOAT
n/t D.
e.nhw 1114 990t Mlllio ter 12 )in the for the senior division that one from in the senior
$ quarter Osprey
.' { vuj tie; Lamon, III; 1111 I.. M.aN .11/ ron spurt by Naples put the Eagles meeting both hunting and fish. "ALBATROSS"FISHING ,
/ Cola
I .11. 1101. of the wok. RhN end 1071.llIfI.Xlbert The score was tied, 28-28, at out in front, 43-42 as the period ing regulations were established want to turn out for the VenIce division, the same set-up as [
,, |a..ranM BWIIa C.vlock. Wlthw..Lndnnl, Hloh Umm, .7..... ended. during the month of July High School baseball team last season. DIVING
'. 171 ;; Lou :::1. Sk..k HoJlnwa, 16411 sot
: ; Do o. and as a result fishermen often will be permitted to Join a
a Slamnlnir, .a. H.: Clark, a husky 6-5 sharpshooter CopMn Bob Htndne.itFISHERMAN'S
,out Motel. 177 .nd ... found themselves fishing with. team following the conclusion The 'Juniors win open league
III. Berneta
ziLJiy B. 1-.. Domin led both teams In WHARF
.ja r, Sail u-UI.I S4S Vrnlca| PowderBU Hnat- v Aoa...chemman., 141.Omni.Buwlrra Knnkla of tha,weak loll, with 19. Bowen was runner-scoring out rent full regulations.knowledge of the cur of the high school season But play on April 10 and the seniors t------- I IADD

Anna Yarkw and Aoa Ihanman Roai up for Naples with 16. Lagenaur
Fktflda r.a<........ Ca. rio Babatw. aonrarwd th. S-7 apllt. MrakkaPria.
t was top man for the Aldrich said the
Kay In
En. S0421IS Jack
r Dull Rnllor 111 and Utandimni R,,.. Bullock
6' lot Dirk, Anna SI4 i ('.bl._. 66411, Myakka Mt...vrlaa dets with 17 John Waller who dates of the regulations meeting
.,, ,n. Pannllla Oiatom U,.. I I.... dui' +e4t, rhhn EIoct.1e .nd got six of his 13 points in the was enacted at a regular ( ) ( Il.err'
Pannlll diatom tlp- V.nlr U. I0...... .O ........ 'final -u'--- {
quarter was second business meeting of the .
high commission
Don Ka.ll Rmltor TK4 ; Utlr.U TMchrra4DO V... n..1e, _
.!!I4. Plandlnml The Carry Mrm, 1XSj -' V..... YleLntw n../. Take Keg LaurelsJack man for KMI with 13. In Gainesville, Jan. 24.
2"'j. Blltrha Rhoat, 5,9 I Will D... Lela Bn.Nn. M In the preliminary the The regulations meeting will
R' Waurworka, 1040.El.r N. ...'", Bohh4 Harl .nd .
Bowlara. Trla Bern.t r GarIy 17 Ms. Bullock det Jayvees won their 10th in follow a series of public meetings
.2./ and Berneta
!. BofinaI2S and M4g, !."Ssfrat'rri, 4O.a8. / Domin as many starts with a 60-46 victory that will be held through.
4;0 and 1111. GI.,. "Bowler of the over their Naples counter. out the state during the monthof
Jualirt. M., V.. ajrClata. /1/I Month" honors for January in
dato Inaaranra : Th.
an, O Tmjftn .. .. parts Ed Farris March. The public meetingsare
ghoti ,
:. too and 44ac! }101| Bod. P.Nnns a roll-off held last weekend at paced the
n,, Obi I and Z>-S. BlandtlaraN 2-Ml Hamld Manna?MSl' Yip MrCUin. KMI attack with 26 points. conducted annually to obtain -
', and Tory Kourhwr. EICurl' Early Wynn Lane, with handicap !.
0' "'. j. < W..ko M. Wolf Randy Harris had 20 for the opinions of sportsmenIn
.. Apia 2Mt I flar feoper 229. Tear s..._. scores of 708 and 624, re Nap
regard to
and fishing
/III Oay/ Cowr. SOSi Frod N.laon.\ les. hunting -

T"tnmy Tompklna. Crafu- .801... 11..1. .f, the. wrkt Pnd NeNml, spectively. Naples! Varsity. rules and regulations
VI. McClo" Spingler 0,
Fundlnm ,,,'
a...4 >4S Crartaram, S80 aadflqiiaraa A.u II....'... O-U I IInoI..... P.Nt/nr\\ .. Bullock combined single Bowen '1.2-15. dark 6.719. Dates and locations of the public ,., l
1141 Trafu- I7.Z"! u' Ou_ IJfa 16..u.R. game. of 182 244 and 236 fora Pease meetings will be announcedat
I .pa, ID-Id Maaona, 10.10) .....'... II.... H."... 108-1111, 662 scratch His handicapwas 5-13 Morton S-M, Koch. 0, Berson 4- a later date.
.. flels Cwle 19.1 I 0..10 .rhnna till' <<. Mrs. Domin had a 566 9. Totals 23-
,.rpw.6Y.llr,, MI. Ray n. Hein C..II. SOS. Now'-. rf 1/00 wok. 1763.
t ..d 4H1. Dran Cardinal Mary .Hrhur and Hwnia aeries on Individual game I .. ..
grhram .. _
aid (27 Brokara, MS and IIh...... 1..1".. tot.tK4.. SUndlnmi scores of 202. 171 and 189. Her KMI Varsity Helper 24, .
.t, Rlrdlaa Untouchahlaa., Sl-lSg,IS-lt Blua- Ph...... J.... .... 17., Dow's Cala.. 11.11| handicap was 58 McCray 1-0-2. McGowan 2.3.7 Elferclink'a of Osprey I
.lwaad.Falataff' Judy Fmhnry': GardMa, lid Cooke 0, Lagenaur 7-3-17 Walter
V.nlr-Nnk.nla" ., Taking second for the !
,irt, 171 and IIR!i Mar Rank Can sod Dnna men 413, Sharp 1-1-3 Prewitt I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I
-Pre Slark.' 1X1.181.1/t4A11" Tom R,. was Fremont Hartman with
.':: : I ?J.M: l1TT BlOT. .. "l.. : Pla-N.Pay. K2. Lee Brobst wa. third with a 0, Toncray 4-0-8. Totals 21.12.54. UP TO 49% OFF 1
H. .$ a inn, O-SO: PrUa 10661 i P.I.t Bw. S017. Roa-lrra of thaI Naples 14 14 15 20-63 A ROOM FOR FAMILY FUN!
I *rh. P.e Slack and ..,.. 637. Nedra Bate. was I
Larry RI.
Grora City SI, 47-81 runnerup .
Rtandlnni KMI ..13 15 14 12-54 _
Hndrlrka Oinatnirtloa, 11. the .._ :u
,I 1.phtfllpa,,-j.'m FaH. IM-and Bohh 47S| Ort rrrd,. I: Kiwanla., 10-41 ple-N_.Pay. 10SSaniiiera' 819 among Pat Carney women came keelers: In'third with Add a 'Family Room' to your home .... ideal spot for

\' I Chr .ulrr-Plvm' ,.0th. IllN YmKmn GardfM Niraary, Y7Bob via Norma.MeCUIn.V.. with 614.Youth. faintly/ relocation and Informal entertaining Finance the
*n Anto. 121 nd ItIR : stun Gardtna. Ml job the economical with VENICE NOKOMIS
Bakery M.M H.' : Bob Pnuwa. way a -
m...4r.1> | lUna-0 i -Ban-, h_.. In.. SOU, V.. McTlain. VanMian .. BANK low-cost Home Improvement Loan.
Gardffia 6011; Dick Pry, Hard 1II..u'....
1U.ln. Illt: ar. Ina.. a..o.i76i.| fowkr TourneyAt *
AJBC HOWLING PROGRAM al th. WMI, PT.IK.I. MeClaln POLO' At Sarasota County's eldest bank, you can get a Home
ftrlr Wine' Srniar U Mara Pow_ IN Sunn-market. Stanillnni Hood SEAGRAM'Sr
Improvement Loan liberal T And
on yew CM
a Bovwi 1011 t Bonnla Bvtta Dairy 15-II' ; Vmctiaa <.arn na. 9.11|
A...'... Lo ion,, /di Bsd M....'.. Early Wynn'sArea get it promptly for our Loan service is fast.
JrIT *...,.. At.C.Idwrll .
Ml t Flrmmtary 8oarbtr,
SuZanna Palmrr, 107M Ce." Em Mayltbrn. tail 7 DRIVE OVER
,l Seven Crown ,
Hina Janlor Ullka Rraff, Nil.. Norwood. 611 l Lnilawood N........ boys and girls will compete
Llnrta Hama.. 140 and IOSrn "' '60'. Bowk* of th. reek Nita Nor in the 2nd Annual BPAF OUR HANDY PARKING LOT
loit Oaola, '1. ..... ...Z.\ Anirtie B..u4 taloa. 10401, Mail-O-Graphic state -
Mina Ray R..'.., David I.E. .L La.h..,. 11..1...... /.-! team tournament Saturday at k9Bme1
s .... Imkaya SO A.orl.. arfinr 1m. C.M.ell. Early Wynn Lanes at 1 p.m. $405
117 Km
Kandrlrka. ,
-- -- : Inn ManmCrw
ford, 1074 Enilnxmd' Auto. femca There will be three divisions
out 110-.'" rt tha. w...k. J. Em......... -Bantams. 12 and under Jun-
Bridge Scores 610 8tan.tlr.rai. ( ... H.... m, KrF ; Fiftti
Aa.nry. 114i Whlla Elfvhanl.. 1041| ors, 12 through 16; Seniors 15 \jJ

EN.\I!.NO.. J.. 17lfeji. Amman.......'/Rooflnt- w., 10 fchopard..S. MSI Doe through 18. There will be boys I
.'ra and girls teams in all divisions.
Splitter ac. Waat ..
| Coait Rrrll' MI
I. f La. and t,1' >aaHarraKM ,. i
., i I lend; V.ole. LnmWr. solli, Vmloa/ Scores will be mailed In to
." Umtar. 14-Sl, Badlord Conatnirtlon,
0' and C.O. U 11-41' rullliana Wau-r lion,..., 1041 the state officers where they
1, .M.137.i ....M..k _.... 11'10. Wmt C""'.., 041.911. 10SRaarii will be compiled. Trophies will Gilby's Vodka Sardy MacDonald & Sandy Scott
,,1 P..dr.e Ra'arun Hrrm.a Tnik.. SWl, be awarded to the top three I
and A. 4 Rud I- dh.m. 407 ; Rmlltya BWfMt. 3 fifths $10. SCOTCH ....._ $4.49 fifth reu.ee
... teams in the state in the six
.. N. Gould ... Mrs J. J.N.f 99.9724 L Hham. S07.Bnwlrr Rtandlnm VtM Bmlttya.k. Bwf.Bud classes. 2140.

'. rte,. 14$, Happy Land RMtaurant.
V, Plow sod 9... ll-Si, Culf..N-e.r, 11DHrolwr. Flak MYAKKA LOUNGE

'.irUon. .. 110'I ? Camp. D4.f..nlry ,..... Many good pound cake recipes
H. Morria and .. N. Ad Rralh.. 1DI4KS call for vanilla and .PACKAGE STORE
| .Don HMlh. Sit Don Rplttlrr. 8.11 I mace
AI.... Nuraint. Homa 'P" Dmlln. as flavorings but also !.
L 1. Unartla ; you can
G...... n'.. Standlnn. Allrna Nira.ln .
Barn and Y,. Urea Hnnia. 14-11, Hood. Dairy., 1042; DwPulls' add a little grated orange 300 S. Tamiamf Trail Venice 488-0351 SARASOTA COUNTY'S OLDEST BANK
; B._ Pimp I. .. rind for a very pleasing effect

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w.>d&. Taikar end Mrs C. B.

Sarah Plpar Ned Howard
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S. Kllntt and R. en ..hn.., S*. "t'
'.. UK and Lh.rll' Vandar.tvr .
1 'raaay I,. and A. O. C.: .... '
.k.n.d'. Fn.a..d Mia.T g Since Entcnber opened its model homes In Sarasota, the public response and

L Yn Vu M... Mvtsm acceptance has been more than gratifying. We are grateful for this fine reception

N....(.)vriT' I... .... and for the many compliments and kind remarks you have expressed. It is

h crow Harrlaoa. ) ... a... U B. Interesting to note that the features you liked most about the Rutenberg Homes

'Nn ar. RN. IM. Rould ..... II... J. J. is are the same ones we have been most proud of. \Vhie! we have kept no statistics

"...... IMS.Vla \ r ., a t, t' on what features ranked foremost, there are some statements we hear almost
n. paw end Dr. .. F. p from thoae who models.
'..., mi' t d every day our

i Vrtr .r.-\GWId and 11'. B. DoIII_ ilL I Probably the 1 first remarks we hear are the "ooohs" and "aaahs" that come

...N.. 110'. rd. e.wrd rk.dY t spontaneously when a person first sees the beautiful exterior designs and professional

.* t. H Morraj and Miaa BtMJiw t landscaping of the Rutenberg homes. These architect designed homes

'- ,a J,.117 W.\\i.KUnh.ll and Mia.'nr are sinking in their exterior appearance and each home is available at the

Uwnmw, llj same price in any one of four different and distinctive exterior styling
tnv R. P. !! and P... J. '
U Urn.MI* ,'I tl- 1.7.x6 Once Inside the home, the remarks usually center around the large rooms, the
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JORTH. OUTH O' 1- lla .::: many closets, the beautiful kitchens, and the attractive decorator baths. And

Si,. Tl"1\ ',"** sod Howard Hmjj' > > t { the way the Rutenberg Homes are furnished and decorated bring many many

1111 aM. Mm. Vaa B. Cartar. TO. :, .. 'j{ \ .. '""'; ' 1.AST.WEKT.. W. 11 a..... II. ? ......... - and furnished by our own staff of interior decorators and display the finest in

-Yn. .. furnishings and appointments;
.SJ'St Ned *" II.E we
-E fhS.r ..d Mra. W. t .B.k. THE "' The men are most Impressed with our unusually high quality construction'

-Nt .N.=Jones end Ms The three bedroom two bath Carmel features gcpar- f" "f methods and materials. They like the styrofoam! insulation in all exterior wal.ls.
'4 4414. roof trusses the solid construction girdled by ribbons
un CNI.w RrYre" CI.Y. J_ ,hti ate owner's suite with its own private bath and huge P the super strength masonry !
NORTN.aIRr'ntOr. A delightful screened patio 'is entered of steel, the tempered glass in our sliding glass: doors and the manyother
walk-in closet. \
h,10,4.:: J.. a Pkw end .. &[UarM from the spacious living-dining room through sixteen features that make a Rutenberg Home BO maintenance free. .

-YhNmLjeId.71Am0: ;; Bed Y9r.. feet of sliding glass waIL The Carmel is priced These are just some of the many favorable comments we hear daily, and we

'YR i 'Yllh.C.r4r, fl.nYe. end C... L at $15,750, land costa additional. Also shown in the rr. .. .9 ,t: appreciate your enthusiastic response. But If you haven't seen the Rutenbergmodel

'YN: dhd IAI.MnrNn. end MR I. J.rOBT area are the two bedroom two bath Laurel model homes we Invite you to do BO at your earliest convenience. We believe

, "'RtlATY $12,650; and the four bedroom, three bath Riviera, that you too, will enjoy what you see and appreciate the extra high quality and

:__ ., V 1: yea V lIondl..... ISO. $18,750, plus home ..ite including full house air con1 attention to detail that Is part of every Rutenberg Home. Our models are open
'. Ask the Rutenberg Home counselor about :' weekends from 9 to 6 .
hk. tail w. ditioning. J> n every day from 9 a-in. to 9 pm. On ajn. p.m.RSCAY.
'1-Na' ro0 Homes complete lot finding service.
, :: ; Mm. D..Id R.PI'. 171. Rutenberg
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; x or 801 on Webber Street .1

Babe's -watch for model homes / I I

Plumbing Co just west of Benera Roadat I I

tae-Mot iiggegjI' 8430 Webber Street '

aldlo' ":""P"*" Trucks

> 0, 80 t 454, Nokomis

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Underwood's Tasty Periled
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Nabiico't Ideal Chocolate

Peanut Bars .IH..oz.. pkg. 49! 3 for 19c

Nabiico't Delicious Chocolate

:- + ; \ 4 .. PinwheelsStrietmann't I ... ._YpklR. 49! Avocados For Salodl Tasty Florida. h19'

Cookia Treat
Del, Montt 'Ift..pp''.!",."uit '16 Hard GrMB FlorMa
I 1i Fruit I Drink .. . . .. . .. . 4 46 cam-os. $1 1 Vanilla Cremes 'k:: 39*! Cabbage .">. 5*
Dtl Mtnto FlovtrfulFruit' AH PurpoM Aluminum' Foil Juicy, California Sun-Ki1t'

i1 Cocktail . .. . . 4 *cam 303 $1 J Alcoa Foil . .2il:k:: 33! Lemons ............. .. . ..... dozen 39"lee
Mtnto Now CanntdZucchini

.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . 4 #cam 303 $1 IDtl "
Dol' Mont Tondor Cut .

Green Beans .. .......... .. .. . 43e=3 $1 : "FRESH PORK SALE"
D.I Monto Early Cordon '

Green Peas .. .. ....... .... .. . 5 #rant 303 >1Dtl auWil Pork Hams Ib. 53c
Monto Toity SttwtdTomatoes O 0

.. .. .. .. ............. .. 5 #COOS 303 $1 : (Boston.Butt)
D.I Monto Croom Stylo \ j:: Pork Roast. lb.39c
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Golden Corn ... ........ ...... 6 tool $1
Del Monto Zttty Flo. "4Tomato Ribs lb.45c

Catsup . . . . 6 bot 14'01.,. $1 1 Spmli'e 0

Del Menu Nutritious 01"' C ndd.e Pork Sides 39cSpinach J
.. .... .. .. .. .. .... ... .... 7 rant $1 1 a e e
Pork Hocks 29''t

Pork Steaks lb.49c
A/sorttd Flerors, Pork Lou. ,. ..
Cream .. .. soil:: 49c I's FRESH PORK

Plain or Self-Rlsing (limit 1))

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Kraft' Blended llimlt 1)) _

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Stobrook Formo Quick Froion
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1.' Bag Sausage 39c
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I North fort Charlotte I Haley Report I IE' wood Cof C Open House; Record Membership I

Bj REP. JAMES A. HALEY all bent I -
Club Notes credit on grabbing as much ENGLEWOOD The Chamber C. B. Med r, and man L. L. Parker; Commissioners 'I Mrs Gray; Commissioners H
as possible for the bid
Ttfe large volume of mall 1 I for votes which this so-called of Commerce' "openhouse" were Mrs. Ethel lloate..1 Fred Haigh and Boyd II (Bill) Anger and Ed Ryder

have received in the last few civil rights bill held here Sunday to tive secretary of the Gernhard, and their wives; and Mrs, Ryder, Steve Doy-
week hi i reflected the I represents celebrate the completion of the Mrs. Meder Mrs, I
_BTt14RGCERITE- Mrs. Hadley Is deep Tom Fitzpatrick, executive chak, manager of the Punta
PETERSON in this field eminently qualIfied concern the people at home In mentioning what I regardas organization's enlarged facilities Mary Woodward and Mrs: I vice president of the county Gorda-Charlotte County Chamber

tereating and and \both In. feel over the go-called civil ] the bill's three most objectionable attracted a throng of visitors Ruth Huntsman. chamber; and Venice Chamber ; Port Charlotte Chamber

Th. North Port Woman's are assured.informative sessions right legislation. Even now as features I mean in no including county and Greeting guests was the current President Harvey Rohl- President Ken Wolfram and

Club will! hold 1 Its annual pr .I. -0- we begin debate on this bill in way to imply there are not chamber officials from Sara. "Miss Englewood," Miss wing and Mrs. Rohlwing. Mrs Wolfram.The .
and installation the House of Representatives others Title IV which opens sots and Charlotte Counties.
dent's tea World War I Veterans Francis Webings. The delegation from Charlotte new addition will be used
ptetthg Thursday Feb. 13, at 2743 will meet Barracks I would be misleading you if I the door to nationalizing our I Chairman of the event was Visitors fdom Sarasota County County included Commission by the clerical staff and win
at i the Community Cen. today at triad In any way to Indicate to educational system Title III, Don Basel. He was assisted by included Commission Chair Chairman
I p.1IIo :2 I p.m at the North Port Char- which would subject Roy Gray and (Continued OB page
you that there I I. any hope that every city I
ter. be lone Community Center. The passage ef the bill by the House and state park: in the country

reed Valentine Mrs.mRegine d Vets are starting an Intenllivemember.hlp cn be averted. There I., actually to dictation by the federal government .

out. drive and Mayor only the hope that determined and Title VI, which
Seller will be the installinge Flavius Wood who will be intl- Southern-led could force every farmer who

Ifflcer .nd the follows elected lated into the Barracks, will may result in some opposition modifications receives price supports or other
e'fficer. are as : Mrs.pul get the drive rollln,. of the monstrous bill farm program payments to 18)I

pelmeter, president first vice; Mrs. Guest speakers will be Mr. with which we are dealing open up use of his land by fishermen I
Francis i Carroll Carl Braunao pres-ndI H. L. Shaffer Junior vice commander As many of you who have hunters and others under

(dent; Mrs. Horace ; Mr W. A. Frampton. studied this bill have pointedout the pretext of civil rights.:
... Mrs.
I ( : department deputy chief it la less In
treasurer Mrs. LilianMillett ; of a "civil rights" short I am against this
Payne, ; staff and:! Mr. Ralph Dunn., bill than it is an "extension of civil rights bill we are considering .

f MildreddaCluteeCcorresPmdnt ; past chief of slaff of ConM:t.i. federal controls" bill. It has I believe it to be both s.

vll I] Elected to cut. Alfred:! J. Sendker. chief of been described as containing I legally and morally wrong c al
Mesdames police will also speak at the 10 per cent civil rights and 90 t
directors are -
of ,
the meeting. per cent an extension of controlof
Hubert McKibben, Paul Following the business meetIng the federal government over NPC PersonalsThe

Ericison. Reginald and Schueller Michael refreshments will be servo the lives of the people the S 1 S Q
Robert Peterson ed. slates and private bus'ness.
melodious strains of
Gellner o The most shocking 7A
thing about
Retiring President Mrs.. Hu- Thirty-one member and this bill is the fact that it was "Happy Birthday Dear Elea.
bert McKibben urges all the -uesU attended the Hobby drawn up by the Justice Department rang out when several

ladles to attend this important Club's covered dish luncheon and was reported out neighbors gathered for a Pot X41I
Luck the homo
Supper at of
J tetJI'0 Wednesday at the North Port of the House Judiciary Commit. Bill and Eleanor Prutrman on A

Charlotte Community Center. tee without hearings, just 30 Maureen Avenue. After the
The Greater Pittsburg Club Those attend< were Mes- minutes after it was presented
rU hold the regular monthly dames Leone Wlsch Tamar to the committee. It is the most supper the group played games
and movies..
watched Those attending
meeting tonight: at 730.: The Wilson Gen', Von Rehberg, brazen' and calculated attackon were the Prutzman's

club is growing( with many i Helen Haas, Katherine Rhoden, individual freedom and son and his family Mr. and

former Pittsburgh reeidentsfnding : Mabel Hale, Kitty Hema, Mary property rights in the historyof Mrs. Archie Prutzman and

!] it a wonderful place to Kean Florence Balanov, Kay' our country.I their two children, Billy and
meet with old friends and meet Williamson Dorothy Cole El hope we can modify some Karris Mr. and Mn. George

new ones Come on out. len Kirk, Helen Throckmorton, of the more objectionable features Guthrie;, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence p
-oThe Hazel Kllnger Lillian Stewart of the bill. These includethe Sullivan Mr and Mrs.

city commissioners will Esther Brown, Hulda Blend public accommodations I Louis Carsten Mrs. Prutz

meet on Monday, Feb. 10 at Sophie WoNky, Edna Houck section the provision to allow man's mother, Mrs. Ida Brown.I .

T p m at the Community Center Stella Wilson Sophie Hamol. denial of federal aid to all I lee; Mrs. Lillian Bissell. Mrs. r .k ; i
for their regular meeting. sky Iva VanAtta Louise Mac- types of public projects if they I Virginia Bolin and Mrs Ver. '

Mayor Flavious Wood will pre Cosham Olga Johnson, Florence are in areas segregated by law none Tracey. The Archie Prutz- f

side. W* tlund, Rose Gogolya or tradition and the provision man are visiting here from

-o- Edna Miller Anna Keser Helen which would create the frequently i Washington, Pa.
Lee, Miss Gladys Schofieldand discredited and repudiated .
Eight new members were re. I -0I -
reived at the South County Miss Mary Ellen Kean. Fair Commission.But Employment Practices I Mrs Winfield Miller on Los

Epiphany Guild meeting last The Hobby dub meets every I to I Rios Street entertained several :
afternoon when theymet Wednesday morning at 9 30 at say you frankly that
Mmday ; not I house guests lately. Among
only do we from the South
at the Warm Mineral the Community Center. The have little them were relatives Mr and ?
chance of preventing ,
Recreation Center club welcomes members. .
Springs new Mrs. P. C. Miller from Butler
a civil
The ladies of the guild had bill, but we face an uphill rights fight I Perm; and Mr. and Mrs
I booth at the Bazaar which J. E, Montgomery, from Edewater. -
overwhelming odds in
"as held in the CYO building : Md. On Thursday Mr
Passion the effort to modify the bill in
Venice last week. Mrs. Eileen Play'Opening material i and Mrs. William Rapier of
any respect. The rea.
}MJlrtt! was Chairman of the son is that this is not legislation Slippery Rock, Perm., dropped
booth. The hostesses Mrs in for a visit.
primarily designed to eeY
Brunswick and Mrs.
Margaret Sunday -e-
conditions which demand
!Pierre Nouet served delirious Mr. and Mrs Israel Hamol- a
correction; it is not a bill aimed
refreshments after the meet- sky of Chicopa Street have
primarily at protecting the
mg. I At Lake WalesLAKE legal or moral rights of minorities been busy entertaining house r
The! new members are Mes- What it is is a mercilessbid guests. Their son and (laughterin .

darnel Gems Von Rehberg, Ann for votes of controlled minorities -law, Dr and Mrs. Milton

Watson Marie Antil Mary WALES Final rebearsals in the great cities. Hamolsky and their three

Thiteside, Annie Maguire Msm are in swing and last. It is obvious to many learned children, have been visiting

Sendker, Elizabeth faro minute touches are being applied students of the law that from Providence, R. I., and

il and Rita Boyle. for the opening on Sun. major portions of this bill, if their daughter and her husband

The Guild meets the third day, Feb. 9, of the twelfth an not the entire bill are unconstitutional Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stern

today of each month nual winter season of the fame and that it will from Forest Hills, N. Y.

-o ed Black Hills Passion Play in trample more human rights -o- r

Presbyterlsn Circles Number the Lake Wales Amphitheatre.A than it will protect. But this issn Mr and Mrs. Thomas Morri

fun and Four will meet next nonprofit| community project election year and hence son on Bullard Street have her

"!*. Circle Number Three the Passion Play features the opponents of the bill are brother and sister-in-law, Mr. i lI

'JI| meet on Tuesday Feb. 11 Josef Meier renowned Christus confronted in the House by a and Mrs. Donald Boyd here fora

11 p.m. at the home of Mrs. portrayer and a cart of 30 professional powerful coalition of Republicans two week vacation from 1.

Terrene Peterson, 375 E. Safrt l actors, supported by and Northern Democrats, Lakewood Ohio.
'< Terrace, and Circle Num- more than 100 citizens of the .

her Four will meet Wednesday Lake Wales area as extras .

"fternoon at the home of their Done in old-world tradition, I Venice Area Church Directory I
circle] leader Mrs Wilfred but with dialogue in English

Churchill, 346 Fremont Ave. the Passion Play Is presented

After the circle study the ladies on a stage 350 feet wide Ia a ,

taw a fellowship hour and re- natural amphitheatre eeetlog as..NetT CII' ocoLk. svram PAT ADTWTISTPDOOHO

Mrs. Charles 3,900. A camel caravan and ..w_ 00& ..,. ._.. rr.fl. H. Bit ..t of SL 41Nofcoinli. 5.
enas _. ._ Kit
Nweka Pa.k.aaad
jointer hostess to Circle mounted Roman soldiers add a r Srkool.. II:M .... Prim, w... I. Guns
lumber One last Tuesday af. touch of realism to this age- Mwsiee WonHI] II MM .... IVnlMi .'-"..J.,. I.SI 0 .... II t4l.Pwtr .
moon and Mrs. Clair Rauch old religious spectacle which s:....,.. 8m.. t:M .m. Senkait I SO, Tu. M._... ItM ..
w./.t.e Pnunr p.
entertained Circle Number Two had its origin in the Cappen- NORTH POUT CBARLOTTSCIKRfHES Mere then' half the ewmtrie *f tW world Ten evy sass __ earn reed resfa. .eeWr apes f1fII
It her home
on Wednesday. burg Monastery of Luenen
-0Mrs. .- Germany. In 1242. In 1932 it, TENICB-NOKOMIS CHURCH: METHODIST under a partial or complete bleck-oul el newt., newsp p n. Dar (is and day out, +they ere able

Fred newly was brought to America: by ,ala A..i.. a P..Nt411taJln' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Commnnltr" CrnUTI CHURCH through cantorthip. The people of these! cotm- to report the .newt comp/ere/y/ as only newspapers
'wted treasurer okthe North Josef Meier, of the seventh Job. Loalo 1 I.... P..... >.. v-*.. J. frtrnun. Mlnhtor.
Port Woe.bip.] 14ra..1 1:50: a& pd U ..den 11 tut .-.... Worship] fcorrla trial have lost a guiding light to freedom can deliver ill
Charlotte Civic Assn. has generation of his family to en- aRrboraY Chi I..,...'. CUM .held. limalUiwoujwiUi
been named general chairman act a role in the Play. &hrlrd a.. Adult wrlo the complete, true knowledge of all that it tap-
: And the peopU of our abort want not only
'f omen's Performances ......ndl.\ Youth ?.4t.w.aIP, 1,10 ..
activities. Civic will be given! pen rag in the world.
President Carl Meyer advised four times a week through EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH TRINITT M1THODIST CHURCH accurate newt but all of the news. The proof: m

thai i Mrs Rocks as a member April 19. On Tuesday Thursday SOO S. Tunlunl. Trail 4'.-.>UPulor Comnnnltr OntrrAK These countries have loaf their freedom of thepress Since 1920, during t period which introduced
.... .
"< the board Th Ctolx L BomniitKk > A. Sodn! MinnlrrS.odw '
represent of directors will and Saturday at 7:30: p.m., &.....It till a.Ww.hlpe .. 1:41: :-m"..Wonblp] Snle because their governments k know that what both radio end television, newspaper ales more
feminine Interests and on Sundays a twilight per. ] lada...
and viewpoints in the overall formance at 6 p.m. The customary EPISCOPAL MISSIONAt Thomas Jeff.rson said was true: "When the prettis than, doubled every day over 60 million copies

Cede]Mrs betterment Rocks program. Good Friday performance LAKESIDE 4 nit Bout LUTHERAN o. US.CHURCH 41 Pit.r 11.01.Scout..Hoar. Vlor.tmitt i free and every man able to read all is ..Ie." of 1,800 daily newspapers art circulated. That's

feels many worn- will be given on March 27, Th< Dm. M.lvl. H. Mmr. 481-6004 llOO -, Worship SrnlM.FIRST more copies the. the number of families In our
'n : : The leaders these countries 'know that
members favor special pro.tech at 7:30 p.m. In addition there W..b]. 80".'.... 10,1., a.Saedu sup
that ahould be sponsored will be two special matinee &b.4 .'11 a.eat. 1Do BAPTIST CHURCHN pressing newt supprestei not just the peopl:a Nt Ofl.
for .. C1-.e Cole ....
the benefit of the performances: Wedne s day. nlt commun-
!7. she will welcome any sug"ions Feb. 19, at 4 pm.? and Wednesday masT cmiwii or CHRIST. a... Ib.rl 1I'"tor.8u. I:.. Cnthbntooil. voice In government but the people/ themselves. To 'keep up with! ibis demand for newt,, the newt-

'' and Ideas Feb. 28. at 4 p.m. SCIENTIST ...... 54"5. Pmd.e ..h..... In our nation, freedom of the press and public paper Industry has been continually working to
Mr,. 1M Wot v...... AntM II ,OOt-m!! Koralllp BrnlctSi4S
menhd nofftheaciivic parlla- VtnlMRnwhr p.m., v.... Prop education were made an Integral part of our Improve their service by Introducing the most

lion!, Hans a series of talks IIIlIocla.on joined Bruce the Sollbakke Washington of varsity Seattle Kt .&v "h.Ion'U... II *.1DoWad. .-.. ,lOG..... Oo Met i..l e.nlraWdn.dcr way of life, because our Founding Fathers also, up-to-dtte communication and production methods ,

.....,. T100 ..... Mod..Y PrMCHURCH .
Plrllamentary S F. I knew that Thomas Jeffsrion'i statement wan true.
procedure and basketball team this season ... .... ,
\ iu jln] ( Room 10 ..-. to 4 II|> e .. ..
members and their guests are after averaging 13.8 points in nMM toads u4 holMtn u* Frt And they planned our government to rest i. the
Wed1] to attend the initial ses"W 19 games for the 1962-63 freshman dv iMninn from I M S. OF THE NAZARENE: : So, white most of the world lives hi darkness,
hands of the ..
:] at 2 p.m. Thursday. Feb. squad. H. is feet-7 and South. v...... poop our newspapers serve as a light of freedom making
at t the GRACE METHODIST CHURCH tmH But ( Juaetloi 41 ud T1S
Community Center 202 pounds. I Corn* >f Pact. and 1Jo..lkBOT. a M l A..d..., MlniMV The job of making all of the news vtiltble t. a big difference, in people's live
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Rhubarb Pie Stamp

Lovers Here's 7th Annual Distinguished Homes Exhibit SetTen To Host Scouts will be Cornerstone CeremoniesNORTH

Area Boy Scouta special of PORT CHARLOTTEJust speak on "The Church: ]
guest at the meeting Foundation"
outstanding example of' dente, now a part ot New College Drive. be worn In the home duringthe Venice Stamp Club Tuesday at 19 months after Its organization From the Community ,
Prize RecipeMrs. beautiful homes in the Sara. Campus the home of Mr. The architecture and furnishings exhibit. 7:30: p the communityroom I Trinity Methodist the congregation/ will Cent
aria area, three of them, on and shown from European tmsaso: Savings pro *{
Mrs William L Adams at range Proceeds will be used by the Federal Church of North Port Charlottewill to the church site just off .
Casey Key will 1 be opened Feb 760 Forty-Seventh Street Sarasota castle influence to con Circle to landscape and main and Loan Assn.
of Its
Harry Sjnblom of 737 cornerstone cayne about thre
It and 20 fro mlO sin until 4 ; the Longboat Key home temporary. tain the gardens at Sarasota lay the
Myrtle Ave.. promised GONDOLIER visit will bea fourths of a mile north of u
pin for the Seventh Annual and for Purpose building next Sunday ;:
obtained Memorial
of Mr and Mr. Walter C. TIckets may be Hospital new
reader a of herdaughter' 41, cornerstone lourat .
copy Distinguished Homes Exhibit Utah, 549 Sloop Lane, and Mr from Founders Circle membersor maintenance of the Sarasota display of stamps commemorating The ceremony will follow the 11:15 a.m.Participating.
I :
epic.ed of Founders Circle of Sarasota the Boy Scout movement
from the Allied Art Coun- Garden Center :Memorial Gardens
and Mr
Colin Brown, S60 service starting In
rhubarb pie recipe when) Garden Club by Mr. H L. Brant who regular Sunday the ceremony ,
she received it and the baa Ketch Lane; the Bird Key cil at the Sarasota Chamber of the Community will be Arthur .
merit in Dors
will also talk on Scout at 9:45: a m.
The Casey Key homes home of Commerce Showcase. Mrs
done are Mr and Mr Earl S. of the
DOW chairman building
so those of Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Retter at 203 Robin Drive; and Robert E. Windom of Sarasota L'il General Stores, Tampa- badge requirements Center. A special music James A. ,conmittee
The daughter Mrs. Barry 1. tangle: Mr and Mrs. J Walter the Sarasota be called for further in will be presented at ; Ch me<
Konneker of Carbondale 111, homes of Mr. and may based bantam market chain George Vonngberj Jr.. president program president of the board of tru,
Hammonds and Dr. andMrs. ''Mra. Kenneth L Warriner Jr.. formation. had 47 per cent more sales and of the the worship service by the tees Ernest Hallen, the
was a state winner! in a nation. Warren L will be In charge : bUilter
Spurge 1677 Hyde Park St., and Mr. Women viewing the exhibitare 64 cent more profit in the minister
per and the Mr. Soldner and the
al bake contest, in which she Other All Interested Trinity Choir ; emir
F home be meeting persons
to shown .
art and Mrs.
Arthur C McDer- !
requested not to wear spiked first half of 1963 than the same
tided the pie recipe. will gathering.
Always: a the Charles Rev Alva A. Soldner
kitchen experimenter.. Mrs. Ringlmg Resi mott of 1806 South Lake Shore heels since these may not period of 1962. I are invited. the

Konnvker has had cooking asher

a youngster major hobby Mrs since Sjoblom she was .... .,....... wr.' j.dYtaaas:. ....... _.

said. Her scholastic field however J Sate 20c lAUD 0' SUNSHINE( :I"; Sav 20c COLONIAL

is her the master's arts and degree she received in I ri-T'\: Sm! THRIFTY MAID i

English University from in Southern Carbondale Illinois in Buller Sugor

December. Ice Milk
Her husband, who i Ia in graduate ,
school there, will receive
his master's degree in June f

The recipe: Half :; .- 5 ,Ibe C
Spwed Hheib.zb Pies Per t -
thk ftart Cge t
It.-k*. .5))It Gal. 39 1 Pound !lI 1 1Uce Bag
4 a fle lCraurf s
Tint 011 ..rawU CH G 5 ngta tt
SP..n 1.o5a .... lor I
: ,
a .11I0- n54 IQt'j.r; : I "
,. ..
Pour t<*-f .* ."".... aid l iMMix .. .., lkn. Des With S5 t f .... ... Wide ss I
flour sugar, salt and like '''.--....... ,tin Mmry I .(,\IW(. ... ;\ !. ND 0'S HJI{ .a..... Drlw ti fh Maa! Order.
rhubarb. Add orange/ rind, VENICE STORE ONLY > = ( = C"""' -
juice and red hou Turn into ::1" ,
bottom crust Dot with butter. 9 STORE HOURS: .w -?: rn.._ 4 :j i :- ---"-,. :.... :::".:J.:,. --:Y r-s9yt arw-r? +
Cover with pastry strips lattice '.1'1to 9 pjn. Mon. fhr. Fri. '
fashion Bake m 450 degree 9..In. to 7 Sat. 's 20 'ar avn' e DETERGENT T F1SCHfR'S ALE Or
oven for :20! minutes: reduce .frailty Rl/Bt :/ ,4a ASTOR
heat to 350 degrees and bake !

:20: minutes longer.Assembly. O1IV/APMR I; inso

Of God Tomatoes 3 1: 25SUWANNEE Coffee '. ; Beer r

Missionary Meet Beans CUT CUSM. 3 3- 25c c.t Giant Sare : 39C' 12Pak $149 r''

'R. To Begin SundayThe _e_ altSkT..cw. 1-lb 39 y WHITE OIILIIIC 12oz.

.MKtlMU101\ VKWTTAKI-VARIETY Can Arrow Q, tSiu 29c No Deposit
Third Annual Missionary
Convention of the Venice Aembly *- 00 S3"0: Bottles San
7 J i "
Soup; t$1
God Sundayat
of begins 38c
7 with the showing ofa R Laic 0..With $S. Mot DeJ4r f hilt 0.. Tea CL.Ict W'd SS w Mora Oder "
pnv SlICED. _
72-mmut Christian film entitled THRIfTY MAIPeaches) HAMS 0* = .., ., 'r'-"

The, film"The Is Unfinished about a wealthy Task." 5 ;:' $100 SUGAR CREEK Canoed Pork Shoulder -

engineer who is bitterly disappointed

become entering a missionary his father's insteadof firm .Bread 2.49C 'J'I-'I
Eventually through his son's 9 9
work, the father begins to realize DIXIE DARLING MCANTwirls pl I CNICS

that every Christian has a P:t;

job Christ to da to in the helping unchurched to proclaim millions 3 X100 Can sAVEI

On Monday et S p.m. the \)00"UIP"
Rev. and Mrs. Henry A. Swain Cokes. /9
will be the speaker The W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF

Swains appointment are under to Korea missionary and will l/MI (Q Ws .. Naturally Nature Aged For Tenderness

present the challenge of their SO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS ,
field of labor. W*M unit IMl r. wn.w d WD IRAN! VS. CHOKE tOHt M CHUCJC:
The Rev. Quentin Shortes I pdLH.ftalnl4a ,, I.
veteran missionary to Guatemala Steal IIaal "?/ $143 I -.
will be the speaker for ad-d1x..ef.lawr.ad.a.a. ) tiS Per
Tuesday at 8 p.rn. CwM.urn y.t/sae w aw.cusiorN wont t rte Roast Pound 49c

Concluding the four night r.
missionary convention will be 'flffffffftJ'Jtfl'f1J.: M r

the Rev William Lovick whose W.D tUANO U.S CHOICE U CARVI JI8
field of labor is the trouble- el ")
torn continent of Africa. Time: tOO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS ....1t ? -

o-4 8pm. Wednesday wM 100M*0..MUM.,-c.*.*..,..c_ II' Roast Per 69c
meetings All are invited which to are attend intended these DOMINO OCARETTISMtn$2s Pound

to help us see the need of sending Reg. Els s2u
the gospel aw.*Knit CM. t ultra W IMM
... .
crew y. Thraxk Mknwv 1
throughout the world. '"
'JIJiJ'fF'fftf1mmJlftlffjm'f1! + W4 HAND KCUND EOHE SHOUUU

JlJNJf j ( / : SONOISS rusK PORK (. The Nnr
Balance In Road fJ NIJU.ftm
c c4aanitntcn fIVMPsk Roast A.BOKSISS 59c
50 Roast
..-...- ,..-d ">. iifil/ W-0IRANDIwFr i
Fund $7S9 U '+M eWEr POT
+l4aItlrM M a3< I. Ground Beef
The State Road Department (.c.4.de kwa tact a w1a.N..IMMI Bacon "> 49c Roast n. 79cc
his notified Sarasota County lain OMI cOWOM KUN... 'I .
Commissioners that the coun- YoW Howe P5' a TARNOW'S SUCtOBologna C 99
ty's secondary road fund bal ffmrmfffff1fffll.tfFffll Ibf. W-O HAND tfi CHOKX MATt
ance through June 30, 1964 is 45
S789044. According! to SRD n "' Beef Slew & 19c
Comptroller Richard H Judy COf RAND'S All MEAT SKINLESS .
this was the status as of Dec .teas-www. ....... sad 12.n'
:31, 1963. *.Com: ;? Wieners PIc,. 39 .- .
I 1.00 1 A ,
H..31,_ .
..... -* wTew Mia, RATH BREAKFAST ,' FROZEN id6dSfAlMHOUSC > .
Chamber :; UI& 7 .
Englewood ONI / CUSTOMS t.'. :
(Continued from pate 15)) 'Vtlrnmttmtmflffftl'fm." Sausage 3 loa. looI I rktdYNar I>ai9a. i' fRCZ H

serve as a workshop New ,/ : Sainsonitd

equipment machine included and a other mimeograph of EXTRA TOP YAIUE" STAMPf .In: Our, ,iDAlRjf) .QEPr> 4 f Cream PiesN.A

face machines. awrww.awAwd f J f HAIRDRYER t
Cook Quick Brand
The chamber membership WISCONSIN :&URPCheddar: I
mI5 t n. 1 '
meanwhile has grown to a 89c
.... .. .. ': ...._ I
.t,' record 250 Roger Mashke, ,I. ... Cheese. 69c a" laltialuemanauwrre /
I membership chairman, report. urn 0. cunOM" t"
I. j CY0II4'--' -'' WISCONSIN SLICED NATURAL i sitedv; ,* -
ed this represented an increase 3 $ |oo
I r of around 20 per cent over last 0 Swiss Cheese *' 79c for f

year The chamber operates on a m ,(lmucu.: ( ltm PUSBURY OR BAUAXDS CANNED Z i'k'

$17,000 budget from memberships so EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS Biscuits 4 IsLGet 39c .
and contributions from
-rotww""'- dr 1 ASTO MOXIH

Counties both Sarasota and Charlotte ; Frearli Yahl4inl hia: Fnaa ;FRESfi PR bQ E r- hluiiuutl 1 ,, 1. Limas 4 C
The following new members ..wdrx.awaw..a.nstetw.. J' e for
have been signed by chamber :urn oat;: ut=
i i directors with C B. Meder accounting RUSSET BAKING FIOZEN (lAJYLimas
for seven of them and fJml'f1'f1'111'f1lmmfftlJ
winning the prize of two steak Potatoes
P .14 89c
dinners: rJJ.mJJ.umJI.lIJ.'lJJJmf/J( / 'for
Bill Phillips Ford Woodbine 16
-' '
49 REO. CW
Store, :Joe Czerwinski, -f.-; =.froedwed N ( 'fi: N ;y;"
Bavside Dry Cleaners Cajun I Beans 5 for 89r

Club, Englewood! U Rent It, ..... ....I.... w. .__.... TOMATOES .
White1 Fruit Market Dun UMII OMe 111 C""OMU" Ib.23cFANCY
rovin Apartments, Poinclana t-er YoW IYwa4.......,1 CHCTfROZEH

Apartment. Short Stop No.3, OEEH HEAD 'OIIIWII DtI'III 10 .e
Charlie' Garage, Palm Island rerowan4 Of Waffles 5 $100
Estates, Arnall IGA, Jiffy 't IJ/lJllJ.JJ.uUllJNJJ.f Cabbage ettaitsvrN ,
Stop Lee's Propane Gas Llnd lb 5 WITIIOIT' CAWBEU-S fWZIH
say Newspaper. Ryder'. Congress SO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS TAPf9 414.u OYSTER
Inn Venice Gardens .ea ww anew Will IM aed flOW
Williams Hardware, MyakkaLP Du. Croivn Apples 5 ft PIac TIX few 3 1 i ONLY ,
Gas, Orkin Exterminators 'AT 99c 49(' ,
......... .... _
I Gulf Rent Cowan Construction tlOlAJ
ttal; = LARGE SNO BAIL KEAO \'Y BiRosm' FRoaw vwrrt
w Storage, ,
eves toad WIIY"Q WI
Craig Furniture Alstnn Elec ; ;;itrh'+ Cauliflower 29c _. Corn. 5 for $boo
trio Fvelyn' Cloth Shop and { -- ---- .E4 .
First National Bank, Venice. <