Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00171
 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 10, 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: UF00079934:00171
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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iolf Equipment Gale-Like Winds Inflict

Seeks Site

I Damage Injuries In AreaBy

Chicago manufacturer of lee. One of the new items soon
.ccessories is in the Yen- to be added Is an Al Vincent rr ,
'f +e
', '?,, seeking a site for putter for baseball players( e y -

,.shinj a similar industry Vincent is a scout with the e1 DOROTIIT GAYNOR The Injured woman was Mrs Greatest damage! in the VenIce -
Houston Colt 45.. ll. Joseph Landry of Palm and area caused bv the gusty
frill Jones of Chicago, Winds estimated at 55 to 60 Park She which
D J Wright was Instrumental in Pines Trailer was thunderstorm began
c'3T of Rebel Golf Corp. bringing Jones here, Swift, told miles an hour in the Venice admitted to Venice Hospital at around midnight and continuedfor

:, :"'ors in the firm are the GONDOLIER Satutd;,y Nokomis area early Saturdayput 1 a.m. Saturday and is being approximately two hours,
on E Swift and AI Vm'ates one Nokomis resident in treated for a back Injury. was the breakage! of the Sara

-I t ,:! of Jim Wright Hasson Running the hospital and caused sever Joseph Landry, also in the sota Herald-Tribune plate
I g; City Golf Club in Vent al other smaller accidents. trailer when it was blown over, glass: office window on West
.- For Second Term was uninjured Venice Avenue. The windowwas

'I ,i produced by the firm 1st Steps Taken Several other trailers near broken out when the
i putters club head coves State Rep John W H' on the Landry Trailer were shifted newspaper company's sign was
.; and other accessor- has announced as a card I, To Organize SV off their bases and suffered wrenched from its base by the
for nomination in the \lay minor damage to roofs and winds and crashed through the

Democratic primary Business Assn. patios. Three travel trailers window
Contract Hasson will be cPr>" cd tv: nearby were moved from their Chief of Police John Shockey
;Jcl Rep. Ri "sell Jc, d.11: r. w ''I The first step toward organ positions and one was shifted estimated the damage at approximately -
already has.announc' d izing a new South Venire Busi some 20 feet and stopped by $900 He said that
Hasson and Jord :n nessmen's Assn was taken last the fence enclosure. there were many reports of
wded Journal leagues in the last ,. Wednesday with the election of The Landry trailer was toppled trees damaged and other signs
session. However dun) th, J Hartley P Dermond as temporary over onto the automobile blown over but would have no
T ._ chairman and Irene belonging to Joe Clothier the estimate of the total damagefor

Cfimmission I Ia It Bureau of Bureau and Bureau Landry's neighbor to the east. several days
1 real estate brokers, as temper The car suffered only minor Winds were estimated at 30
ary secretary. damage other neighbors said miles an hour at Venice Airport .
,.s S ota County Com-, I I'HOUD 1 M\ILNT:\ Venice new $54,000 ground, left to right, are City Councilwoman Dermond, who is vice.president Roof Blown Off but no damage was recorded .
i 'as awarded the Sara- Beach Casino was dedicated Saturday morn Blanche Cclll, Council President E S. Ray and public relations officer The roof of the Landry's 35- there. The U. S. CoastGuard
J r ) the contract for mond and Mayor Smyth D. Brohard In the of the South Venice Civic foot trailer was blown off and Loran Station took Its
.-'v, legal advertising in!: with David Hamilton chairman of the Commissioner Assn. landed 50 feet last i j
background Is County Boyd appointed a committee some away on recording Friday evening
)> next, 12 months building committee serving as master of Gernhard who, with Councilman Dr, John R. consisting of John Enckson, of the next street. The inside of at 8 p m, and said gusts up to
te: was four to one emonies.. Here Hamilton and William H Hogan were among other dignitaries, visitors Walker's Hardware; W Frady, the trailer was practically demolished 20 miles per hour were recorded
,C'T\If.: s.oner Fred Haigh I Lmdh, the architect shake hands in mutual and townspeople present of Bill Phillips Ford Co ; WaIter at that time.
i i j negative vote at i rgratulations while looking on in the fore- (Photo by Pete Conover) M. Sweitzer of 79 E Seminole -
'i meeting. Drive, and himself as a
ire the vote Haigh maden committee to call on those not
tilt t the contract for Jet present at Wednesday s meeting : Water, Mains Work
1 i'{ertising be rotated Landing Sally Stubbs VE Writer and urge them to attend I

j the county's newspap- the meeting at 9:30: a.m. Wednesday -
nd t' 't it be awarded to at the Cue Club scene

GONDOLIER for sue .. Creates! A StirA Mrs Sally Stubbs has Join (live on Sandhurst Drive, Vence of the two previous meetings Reaches New Phase th'
,i and the Enclewood ed the GONDOLIER family of : East It was thought more businessmen
JOHN W hlAt!::
for months. His moL ,
SIX correspondents as correspondent could get away in the
f .d of a second. tenures a special re ipp rt'! in lot of people got up frome for Venice East. T morning than in the afternoonand
the motion of ment session reuc.d: Ssola's .1 mnertnble and raced out .i Crews are scheduled to begin contractors, Weissman Exca
'seC:-Kiing I Mrs Stubbs has bt<;en a resi- it is hoped to have most oi
Boiler; Boyd Gernhard, House repn. i.n Iron ::0 the airport Friday evening dent of the area for 13 years the 62 businesses along the making! permanent repairsthis voting Cn of Bradenton end
the contract be awarded from two to oneActivities ',\ lien a four-rnqme jet-prop and for 12 years has operatedthe Tcmlami Trail represented at I week to cuts made for installation Mackle Brothers of Daytona
Journal, Commissioner flew in low and landed. They Bon Ton ladies wear shopin -eSe. the Wednesday morning meeting ; of new water mains Beach are responsible for putting .
Hr"Jn said he did sojse Column though it was in trouble. It the Gulf Breeze Hotel. when permanent officerscan across city streets. in conjunction / the streets back In complete .

I found out I couldn'tfor wasn't. She came from Dayton Ohio. wn be elected and a by-law with the city's $M8.000 repair, Youngberg said.
the Englewood Her- Studied By Realtors The big Viscount aircraft be. and lived initially near the committee appointed. water expansion program according This phase of the proiect willet
longed to the U. S. Carbide to Director
I i-the GONDOLIER. Neith0cm A proposed weekly column Venice Golf and Country Club. Planning
when all mains
,. Corn.,. and flew In from Buffalo Paul <; underway
theV'emce Younpberg
qualified on real estate activities in
: : : where she played golf regularly. have been chlorinated and,
'tjr Attorney Richard E. vicinity will be discussed i N. Y to pick up some passen She still plays a good g me Model Hone Thefts He explained that only temporary tested for bacteria by the State

.n advised the commission at the monthly meeting of "t'rs. presumably officials] of golf at Quad City Course. Under Police ProbeCity repairs have been made Board of Health In addition to
wwkly and semi.weekly the Venice Area Board of Realtors who were staying at Boca In Venice East as docs her since the project started because the tests
.papers are qualified to in the Community Room Grande It left Saturday morn- mother Mrs. Justine St 11 'v ; Police are investigatingthe the new lines had to be pressure

ill such legal advertising. of Sarasota Federal Savings Ing.The Mrs. Stubbi and her mother; ; theft of a range hood and pressure tested before put into Youngberc further noted that
-.tJ the GONDOLIER and and Loan Assn at 8 p.m.,'l'eb. crew declined to discuss a commercial-type wheelbarrow operation and the fill had to the new well field InstallationIs
Englewood Herald are 18. their mission except to say it from model homes in theCa settle "as niurh as possible" ( 98 per cent complete, the
,:vd to handle legal ad- Participating/ In the discus was a "business trip." Enforcement :WIg and have been handl- lion will hf Edward D. Ball, Propjet military aircraft I The range hood, valued at repaired making It impractical per cent complete and the water
!.;h business for years inK GONDOLIER publisherThe have used the airport beforebut $34 was taken from a modelat to pave the cuts prior to treatment plant 25 per cent
.' I legal ads from Sara- new bylaws will be presented this was the first time a' 1311 Cypress Ave. and the the testing complete

J County departments other for final approval ai privately-owned plane that big I Classes To Open wheelbarrow from a carport of Hampered By Rain Macklr Brothers also have

s the county commission this meeting has, landed here. one of the models under construction He pointed out that the city the contract on the treatment

!!!!,JIIIRS Chester Mayer, has been cooperating with the plant but Spear, Inc of Venice
For Ciiy PoliceA president of the 1964 Parade two contractors in keeping the has contracted the
SALLY STUBBS of Homes reported the theftsto cuts in repair, but the rains actual construction Mackle
police have made this difficult. The will install\ the equipment.
series of classes in Law En- .
forccme will begin 'Thu slay. '

at under City the Police the Public sponsorship Department Safety Building of the Morton. Hall Oven Anuarium Making.. Firm H

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peace officers including North Months of experimentationand equipment has heretofore been sons, King Jr who is with the businesses. including C and H
and Countv
Port Charlotte police research in development ofa unavailable for the showing of Tennessee Slate Forestry Serv- Trucking Co. nod Halls Disposal
Deputy Sheriffs and Florida means of displaying saltwater these fish because of the tech ice and Paul Donley, who is Service. The Halls have
Highway Patrolmen stationed tropical fish have led to nlcalities of developing/ smaller associated with a Tampa stockbrokerage two daughters!: Janet and
In the area, have been invitedto the opening{ of a new manu tanks which withstand the corrosive firm. Their daughter Marjorie both students at Venice -
attend the sessions facturing firm in Venice qualities of saltwater, Sharon U a Venice High High: School.
u The program is conducted by. Morton and Hall Inc, 428 Hall said School student. Morton and Hall are associated f
the Florida State Dept. of Education
Division of Vocationaland East Venice Ave.. began operation Mr and Mrs !Morton came They live on Gulf Street in another business en i
last week in productionof to Venice from Knoxville Mr and Mrs. Hall have lived engineering development com-
Adult Education. Assisting
aquarium cabinets suitablefor '}*.nn. In 1957 on a visit and here for 10 years He was pang WIth headquarters in Atlanta -
will be Talmadgo
police fine decor display in homesor restaurant the following .
coordi- opened a owner of Interstate Products GaIn
a aM Rushing, South County offices. The company is spring He was coowner Mfg/ Corp. in Chicago a the course of expamon of
St. for Sarasota Community
f Schools. owned by J. K. Morton local and manager of a Knoxville furniture manufacturing plant I the plant, which will remain

Instructor for the first ses- restauranteur, and Harold Hall restaurant and cafeteria company before coming here In this! m Vine J the rwneri plan to

sion will be Lt. J. C. Wingate of of Venice the aquariums.Gardens, developer They have two married area he has owned several I use loi al emp:',yment sources

the Police Dept,
of Sarasota
The five stock items so far
Each class will last three
developed will be featured in 9
hours and the first portion of 4
the Tri-City Home Show, Feb
the program will total 80 26 through 29 at Ringling Bros .t
hours Sessions will be held on
Barnum it Bailey winter quar s.-\\ .
Thursday nights to start, each
ters, and Lee Schott, tropicalfish
beginning at 7 p.m. authority in Sarasota, will lal@J l\
Items to be covered by the
be present to answer questions
program : about maintenance of the
Rules of Evidence Laws of
equipment Schott .is an employee -
Arrest. Search and Seizure,
of the new firm,
t. f Case Preparation and Court 4F
e One of the acquarlums Is
Accident Investigation
,,, Procedure Police Public Relations presently on display at King'sTabe
] South Tamiaml Trail
and First Aid
? and a second will be displayedat
Venice.Nokomis Bank this

National sales outlets are

Opens March 4 presently being will set be up and through distribution

The Senior Class play "The aquarium stores and large department -

Mouse That Roared" a com- stores. Custom-built y .'M vR
edy in two acts by Christopher items will be Included in the t

/ Sergei Is scheduled for open- plant's output at a future date.
!Il n t ing March 4, at Venice Little The present designs are in
Theatre five wood finishes, built to con-
The play Is the story of a tain from 10 to 40 gallon tanks ;
small country, the Duchy of i and will range in price from s &J--
Grand Fenwick with a popular $30 to $100 Interior fiberglass
lion of (tOOO()( peons who sud construction permits the cabinets
denly find that their only to contain salt-water, -
means of support a fine wine necessary for the display of

Grand Pinot, Is being imitated salt-water varieties of tropical .w ----- .
and sold cheaply in the U.S. fish usually not found in home
r t Gentle Glorlanna the 12th, and office displays. A NEW BUSINESS IN VENICE, for the man- Table, North Tamiaml Trail, and another will
Duchess of Grand Fenwick, decides Major advantage of the ufacture of salt-water aquarium furniture, He shown later in the week at Venice.Nokomis

.. -- _. that she cannot sit back equipment lies in the fact that opened last week on East Venice Avenue Bank. The new company will have an exhibit
-, u- the 60th annual Pirate In- and let her countrymen starve salt-water tropicals are generally when Morton & Hall, Inc. went into production in the Trl-City Home Show Feb. 26-29, I
I"1 That' what these lovely were aboard Parade for of the Pirate which start so she asks the United States larger and more highly Harold Hall, left, and James K. Morton, at Ringlmg/ Bros Winter Quarters. The aquariums
Frills, "Pirates" seem to be saying as Session and today to launch a week of for foreign aid. Through a se- colorful than the fresh-water the owners, are shown looking at the first will be nationally: distributed
shoreward from the afterdeck of ed at Tampa fun. (Continued on page 2)) varieties l Non-commercial aquarium to be put on display, It Is at King's (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)

only full-rliMH." pirate mhlo.. They iwashbuckhng
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r IIIIIilllllllllillllllllllllllllillllllllillllllllllllllll r: : I I lllllfllllllllilllllllllllllllllll r ObituariesMRS. of Briwnsburj Evans if Fillinore and Mrs. Ind.Norman ;r Mrs. Busbey "t'

VENICE MOVIE LOG a brother Robert Mullin of Painting EnglewoOd
Hamilton Ontario, C,'iudn : I
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL MARION ESTES ROBERT A. STEIN two sisters, Mill Jean Mullin New RepublicanClub \

tt"'ln Ftb IIr.ll MORRILL Robert A Stein 67, of Oak and Mr*. Marv Brown of. By DUFFY LEWIS
'D.nr'i: DRIVE-IN: THEATRE Grove Trailer Park, Englewood Scotland, and four grandchi
Mrs Marlon Estes Morrlll,
Tat J SWORD IN THE STONE I vIlM North .. V.9. 41 a retired U. S. govern dren. .' President And Hit GHOSTS
65 of Lane
413 Drive
-PI.-- Open Prl-(Ut. 8..., Only ment draftsman died Fridayat Services will be held tomorrow
IEI.LO*MOSK I IBSIhr. pA.Mf> ...1... died Friday at Venice Hospital in Jaaonville, Ind, with,
II PER CAR Mrs Morrill came here from Venice Hospital. -
To..... S>l>rdw Frfc. II-IsJet. Wellesley Hills, Mass. in 1935. He come her from Washing burial in Lebanon Cemetery I Mr. Margaret Busbey of 103 r-
.... ton, D. C. aix months His there. Rawles Funeral Home N. Banyan Drive. Venice Garden all o gwwp
OR. I ago. and doing
W.n. N.u-.n rrt .. *i>. F*. TI She is a native of Pittsfield, In charge of local 1964 president Good it 1 Is to have et quail t i
was elected
"" birthplace was Bessemer, Ala. *, afece
MoLISTOCkWW : Ft;N II ACAPULCO: Maine I was with N ..1"1 ment arrange-j Venlce-Nokomis Republican writer appear a u
VAl. t r Tjj ._ Mr Stein was a 32nd degreeMason of the
In Venice she was\ a memberof strain the do outdoor as well as bu
M.U.n Pit 1s. I >... TOB"'CCOtOAD Women's Club at its copy lust when you ,
First Church of Christ Scientist think some all winter Icng.
In brain to up
and Survivor include a son Dr. MRS. EMMY V. VAN EXTER meeting Wednesday noon febrile AU manner of
RepublicanWomen's The ghost
Steak House. weekly words. %11i
Robert A. Stein of Cincinnati, the Early Wynn 1,000
Club.SurvlvoTl Ohio, and two sisters, Miss Mrs. Emmy V. Van Exter, She succeeds Mrs. Carl L. I. lady. andfdear.".Its wife diverse occupations you ty
include a niece. Miriam Stein of Birmingham, 73, of S29 Fiesole suffered a Hamilton who has served as one near One was watering huge llba
EXQUISITE Mrs. Justine Estrs Marks, and palm that he Just had
and died quote.:-
Ala, and Mrs. Dora Weinsteinof heart attack Tuesday president for the past year. Doris whom we teas i
two nephews, Elmer Estes and N. C. shortly after admittance to Other officers elected for this happy .t' planted to his grounds, Party.
"We very
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY Daniel Estes, all of Unity the bay men were
Services will be held this Venice Hospital.A year include Mrs. Harry J. Sandspur Shores First we are up mewfe.
9 TRADITIONAL Christian Science services week In Birmingham with burial native of Hoboken N J. Barker, first vice-president! grandparents to a sweet little their nets t>n the net spread,
and later resident of Ocean William C. Bose, second her Another was pumping gas ,
at Bessemer Rawles Funeral a Mrs. girl we didn't see w
Let us style your favorite vase conducted by the First Reader. Home was in charge of Grove, N. J,. she and Mr. Van vice-president; Mrs. William baby know; she1 sweet be- selling shrimp bait to (iju
but we
of First of
ceramic into beautiful Church Christ Scientist while his
or tampt. wife
t held local irrangements.MRS. Exter have been winter res E. Rudolph, secretary; Mrs. cause her parents areEDon : men tidied B
Venice will be today
dent here for eight correeoondine the motels. And you find
year Robert D. Eldredge
Rew/ing; Rtttyting Roll !/>'
at 2 at Rawles Funeral Carlene
p.m and
She I Is survived by her hueband and Mrs. that
' All/ Lamp Rep ira Home Chapel. SIDNEY BELL CRAIG secretary; Ohio."Second. n\i\:
rain, have
ed people taken
Peter Van Enter; two Kirk Tlschler. treasurer. up t p
Wars by Ep.n'nead Designers and Mrs. Sidney Bell Craig, 72, sons John Peter Van Exter of Senator Warren S. Henderson : We got a phone take up time from thinking t c'''
Crafhme .---k_=-____ of Brownsburg, Ind. and Redbank N J. and Victor A. was the> guest speaker and Call (collect) J:30 am. from their infirmities
Elferdink'a of Osprey Queens Road, South Venice Van Exter of Clifford Beach, discussed the proposed amend our son Terry Blaha whose Time was when w. tees
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. died Wednesday at her South N, J.; two daughters, Mrs ment to the Florida Constitu-- Navy ship 1 I. back in a Canadian "senior citizens" retired j 1111',
I$100,000 Liquidation Sale I Venice home. I. Fliender of MlllvUle, N. J. tion pertaining to Homestead port after exercises in the arm chair or sofa with not
204 N. TAMIAMI 1 TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA VP TO 49% OFF I She arrived here from and Mrs. Dorothea E. Conditof Exemption in Sarasota County Pacific. ing to do until the Ir.ndch'dren
Browsburg on Jan. 13. Her Rockawav N. J; a brother, that will be voted on at the "Third: We collected for the called to brighten t,
.JL.,_ I' birthplace wa Irvine, Scotland August W Berner of West New first primary election on May March of Dimes from our day Wow! it'* different not
--- --- York, N J. and 12 grandchi]. s, Downing Street to Berkleys I Those grandparents are ict
Mr*. Craig was a member of dren. Reddish Lodge and the people voted as though charged w...
the Christadelphlan Services and burial win beheld were so generous and nice to radiation. The,. make thm*
She Is survived by her hue at Bridle N. J Hawle Lutheran Ladies us. Thanks Folks they do things they |k.,.
band John Huston Craig; two Funeral Home wa in chare This has been Mrs. Dave healthier by not lust lift.!!
r--' daughters, Mrs. Jean H. Craig of local arrangement. Valentine Tea alias Duffy speaking so far." and contemplating rheumit\
!f' around ailments. They fashion thin
\ Good folks abound ;
Plans for a Valentine tea and
here as Doris just ssld. To go from plastics, from pine flee
AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION institution of a hobby programwere
out collecting for the Marchof lea, from shells, from sty
discussed at the February
@ ii meeting of Lakeside Lutheran Dime is not a task that< ever available and do so ?i,
would for and feel at it.One.
Ladies Aid at the group'sThursday you apply
"dd t7CTTON a aN meeting at Lakeside hurt if you weren't "hired/ lady who had never k
This is the bottom of our line. Lutheran Church. but It 1* a Job where you meet fore picked up a paint brj<
x would showed us pleasing work th,
.. The tea will be held Thursday neighbor you
Ttofcft Sport Coupe) t e N P ;;a' + .AA'.p,119iT4 ri she had done at the ,
at 2 p.m. at the church and otherwise call upon and find Wo" '
> members of Port Charlotte out what a fine neighborhoodit Club painting sessions. 'rIwall ,
Peace Lutheran Church Ladies is within which you live. ,. one landscape that t>
P n HI I I Aid will be guests Winter visitors So, when the Lewises "got would b" hupny to hang Inn
and other friends are also the call" Dee and Dee hitched own house if the wall's "'em
i I ers d Invited, the group' officers up the little, red wagon and already covered with conttirorarr !!,

...... .'_ t. "' ..... -;...... -__. said.The went up and down the prescribed -. artists art from neighbor!)
hobby program "Hobby territory along the waterfront
Days" will begin Feb. 18. The street; of Grove Clty-on- At two houses we found m
Wednesday Feb. 12th group will meet the third Tues Lemon-Bay. Often we walked dents had been out on the tic
day in each month at the I from house to house to see the flats during these extra I In
church to work on members' neat grounds and gardens. winter tide, to gather hon>
e at 2:30: p.m. individual hobby project never once getting "dog-bit" conch shells These they t*:
At Thursday' meet The though most neighbors seem to up, bleach, polish and mat
-- -- 733 Picnic Street Rev Melvin Meyer presentedthe keep a dog Maybe dog knowwe into hanging flower planter
program and Mrs. Morri like them. We shore raised i Other neighbors: palnatikmjfather ,
Q PORT CHARLOTTE FLORIDADRIVE son gave the devotions. Hostesses a passel of them in our time. o'lantitiea I of uncli! f
were Mrs. Helen Cur. It doe you good to meet fled shells to make prrtt

r.. ? U. S. 41 TO ELKCAM BLVD. TO isl wood .and Mrs Vera Fleming your neighbors and are the I bright walks: around !Ib'
---- pride they take in their homes
LAKESHORE CIRCLE TO PICNIC STREET. SENIOR PLAY Every one of them invited us Everywhere we went in Of
in And in we went, for the TOWN we found a chert
This is the
top. g 2 BEDROOM MASONRY BUNGALOW-LIVING Continued from pip 1) elder Dee Is full of curiosityand friendliness among the but
(Pontes Grand Pus) $ ROOM-DINING AREA-TILE BATH-VERY a ies of incredible blunders she want to see everything people. Noticeable to outer
R finds herself> in charge of the
visitor a well, this "esp
as he uses up his mileage. The *
There are 28 models in between NICE KITCHEN-LARGE UTILITY ROOM c American Glorianna government 12th is First things that strike you are de corps" was mentioned ii
played by recent editorial in this
the pride people take in keepIng t-
Pontiac Pontiacs. EXCELLENT FINANCING Janet Buswink while the male their grounds and gardens sentlal GONDOLIER when
lead Tully Bascom.
played neat, and then the cordiallywith large meeting of Englewoo<
Pontiac Tempests. by Gene Eddy. The Presidentof
Inspection Day of Sale which resident "manifested
are greeted,
4 the U S. i Is hv you
Pontiac Ie 1lans.. Fred Butler. even though you att cumin! 8 warmth of gloving fellowshitIn ;
Noon Till Sale Time the of the
c ccall "The Mouse That looking for a "hand-out. opinion guest
Pontiac GTOs. being produced and Roared"directed U Of course folks now realize That why we like It hero

I Sixes. -8s. All with Wide-Track. by George Mahar, head drama what a wonderful work the
Fm h.e Ag so 1. Mom 4d2.euI coach at Venice High anti-polio campaign has ac
All with Rntiac-stIe styling. complished. It is another vic Candles Cooke>
I tory in sight for medical I ,

Why would anyone go looking ALLENConvalescent science.. Not one neighbor refused
a o n0e w l I and to give, whether it was On Nokomis HOC
anywhere else for.a car? ew I.w Aw AUCnaaTruan RA r one dime or fifty dimes.

Nursing Home You get a cross-section of
24 Hour Nuning S.rrie/ your neighbor dally live
Fewer and fewer people are. 1 AUCTION AUC110N I Phone Venice 488.1'7112( when you barge in on them Meeting AgendaThe
Set your tuthoriad Pontiac dwhr AUCTION AUCTION n? rovci DI LION AT* with .hat .In hand during the
for a wide choir of Wxfe-Triclu mt geed rued nrs too* ; morning Dour. The Mothers' Nokomis Home Pern

; ". STINNETT'S' PONTIAC SERVICE INC. SOUTH March to be held of Dime at night 1* supposed with a day stralion will Club feature proram1111I'demonitn\ \

I CENTRAL AIRLINES SCHEDULE porch light lit by thoee who lions on candle making ix
wish to donate. Our "..Ie. push-button cookery

240 N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota Man'reTl" decided to march Members will meet at 101
NORTHBOUND TO TAMPA SOUTHBOUND daytimes, and for us solicitors m. at Nokomi Fire Hall for'
the day 1 I. more pleasant workshop eion and MB

LV, VENICE 9:30: a.n. 2:50: p.m, LV. VENICE perhaps for the soUcltees a* Mark Bishop will demonitnu

A Warm Welcome Awaits You Ar, Sarasota 9:040: ..m. 3:10 I p.m, Ar, Punta Gorda 10:00 FI.q: Stop am' Fle9 8:20: Stop p.m. well in daylight At least and you smell.ee more the making of beeswax candle

Ar, St. Pete . 10:10 I am. 3:040: p.m. Ar, Ft Myers 10:25 p.m, 5:45; p.m. good cooking Often it more was at will 11 show a.m.how Mr.to Calvin make Santxn maid

Ar. Tampa 10:35: am, 4:05: p.m. Ar. Miami 11:30: p.m. 6:50: p.m. tear noon dinner time and we ing candle holder The fordemonstration
j had to refuse many cordial invitations cookery w
jI At on
I FARE TO TAMPA ........ $9.50* FARE TO MIAMI...... Si 8.90* or surely risk going be given by Mrs. Robert Hi*:
back on a diet. and Mrs. Louis Pietz,
You find everyone busy In I A covered dish luncheon wil
FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CALL OR SEE the morning with few TVs be aerved at noon with )1ft

turned on and none listening to dame Walter Wood, MKarweskl '
TRAVEL BUREAU those that are. Folk were Francis Dili fitJam.

washing roan, weeding gar .. Dinan In charg-
314 W, VENICE AVE. PHONE 488,2238PI" dens, raking lawn, sprinkling The afternoon business art

I /" 5*/ Federal Traniportation Tat Standard Baggage Allowance 40 Ibj Ironing, baking, baby tending, lion, act for 1-30: p.m. will I bt
par washing, painting, reading devoted to discussion of tbt t .

,..........-.-.-.-.-."..- ............. ............flfNfl.............visiting_ neighbors, feeding the club'Sarasota bake sale County to be Fair held V

r ..,, Garden Club

....,,,, Dine Out Oftenit's Party FridayA

601 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL a4 dessert luncheon and clll
v party to be given by Veda
SERVICESSAVINGS E = fun FOR! THE WHOLE FAMILY feature Garden a Club fashion on show rrlda11.preMed

by Msa Brother of Stf

\ aota.The will be held II
N 1f'
+ef11NIfY1INfle'IN eD '
+ Pm Early Wynn Steak Rouse

Feahif'Hn JOHNNY ALBRECHT At The Oran $1.25 and proceed will V
t the club' building fund. D") !

From 12 to 2 P.M. I TO SERVE eon chairman. Mis Viri 0a
From 5 to 10 P.M. YOU
i ,: Come By Boat Come By Care To will be commentator and rand
: : i ell will come from Sarssot
rte wiflMr >bI
THE DECKHOUSE Assisting Mrs. Elam
I *. Arthur Walker and

Mon. Frt. 9 A.M. 3 P.M. I TARPON CENTER CLOSED TUESDAYS 4S8-2J9I, W. W. Hottol, ReservstW 0''
u may be mad by caning
HOURS ,, ,, N111NN11NN N1NyarNf NINPNNa'111N1. ,
Fridays S 8 P.M. e mug i iK I- BAY Y 1ST A committee member J


: FLO AND TOM DOLAN Owners Beach Rd. t SD 775 Englewood Phone 474-1880 Ins 70
s I finest
RAL PIZZA this side
/ of Ireland FISH M All the Fish WaterAT
tv Every Friday. W
you can eat.
f fi BAR-B-Q PORK OR BEEF Dinner Served 5-7 pjn. Wldyl2-B I
pjn. on Sunday
488.1153 located Jut South of Intersection oi Short Orders and lunches 1"1 *jn. to 5 Springs
Routes 77S and U.S. 41 On The Trail". -- -_ p.m. _9 of Venfe
wS II Mile South

On US 41 -..JPAGE ,


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II Overbrook Gardens Lemon Garden I Baneine It Out About Englewood! With Pat Bang I


We owe a lot of thanks to the Ways and Means Committee sota Miss Key recently entertained Club Flower Mr and Mrs H Stassel from MonroeviJIe. Ind, and now at After the dinner they bad a
.j jjr. David Foss, President of the Overbrook Gardena Assn Lee Smith of Nokomis as 201 Washington for the balance of the winter, had more or sing along then a dance which
W' A. a luncheon guest. In the afternoon : less of surprise party last Saturday evening Their
Mri- Thompson a many
InS and and Mr.
Leo :
Mr. Kropp for lot of fun and the 1
was a grand 1r 1
they played golf I at
rrantinlf to beautfy the entrance to Overbrook Garft Show Dales SetENGLEWOOD friends helped them celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. march.
w, have palm tries planted on either side of the enfine .- City golf course near Venicewith The out-of-town guests were: Mr and Mrs Reedy Orthwein, I
and a' Boon a the trees are settled they will be covered Miss Smith being the win. from Ohio; Mr. and Mrs Henry Roster Mr. and Mrs Leo Mr Norman Freser. QUI
.1 rock 1 and colored lights nero -Early plan Farra from Fort Wayne, Ind; 'president, has a request to
n ::U' be installed to enhanced poria, Va., ai maU clerk. We (for the Spring Flower Show, and from Englewood Mr. and eight Ladies In for tea. Lucky make of all members, new 'q\
n greets each guest with a handshake -
beauty of the entrance. are sorry to lose these good Mr David R. Ferguson of to be held March 14-15 at the Mrs. Thomas Forman and old. PLEASE register eithci
4! who have made thisj people but are happy they are Viatel Center, N. and who Englewood Elementary School brother William, Mr. and Mrs then goes off to the with the hostess or the set rtary <'
J'hOH: thYB not returning till they
by happy and satisfied in their is employed Is a bv the Lemon Bay Garden F. Imbrock and the A. M. porch We must have your full
possible to then the
esrd parties andnshowing new environment. house guest of Mr and Mrs. Club were announced at their Halls Mr. and Mrs. Earnest are Individual ready handshake depart, for goodbye name or initial and the townor
movies Ire Mrs. A. J. Kroupa L. O. Gillette of Bayshore February meeting last Mon. Foran. then off he again city in New York State If
ssn Max Miller, Mrs Joseph Recent visitors of Mr and Drive. Other recent guests of -- goes him you have failed to give this in I
un day.According The Joyal'i found one
Bobbins. Mr and Mrs. Horace Mrs. Tom Bohon of 1953 Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gillette were Mr to Mn. James S. License plates for cars, formation please do so as soon i
Krider and Mrs. Charles Bern- view Drive were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. R. Crowe from O'Brien, general chairman for trucks, and trailers will be sold morning long ago a tiny as possible
bundle of fur their
I Emmett Hill of Washington, D Chevy Chase, Md. Mrs Crowe the show, the theme for the In the Charlotte County build- on
h.rdt.We' he has been their dog The next Is March
inn wish to thank C. Mr. and Mrs Hill have been was a former emoloyee as artistic arrangements! will be Ing here in Englewood, Feb. meeting
m Gardens, clerk for entitled : 11 from 8:30: 'till closing. ever since, going wherever 3, 14.
-i. of Overbrook living the past three months in Mr. Gillette In the "First Steps. Since they --- .
e Drive and friends Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Bohon Agriculture Department the club Is only five year old --o- go.
u elsewhere Birthore who have so graoi- and Mr. Hill are friends of long -0- this month, and this i la their Mr and Mr. Merrill Erring Mrs. Lola Wallace-- is improving WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
a make this project standing as they first show, this Is one of their are having a delightful visit
helped were associated
cuily Mrs. Laurence: Codner of slowly but surely. Har sister RAMBLER DODGEMS
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
in first
the toward
Government steps maturity.
poiiible.wi; Printing Leawood Road with her husband, Mr and
I Office witha "First Ernie Hinz. from Anania, Wis. S. T.miami Trail 488-3965-488-6150
committee also want in Slept" will be divided
Washington before
a* Mrs. Donald C. Welch
bridge came
N party Tuesday. Those
thank Mr. Bill Llttrell of Mr. Bohon retired. into seven classes! of artistic They came down in a trailer how ahe SPECIALIST IN .
t Ie present to see was getting
Mrs Christina up
and have it parked In
a nearby
Co. who has arrangements. "Toddlers" will S Brake Cham's
Repair Lubricate
Dunham, Mrs. Elsie Griffiths, along, and stayed overnight.
generously donated the rockto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oak include miniature park. .
m 10 Mrs. Bessie Kennedy. Refreshments arrangements They own and run a trailer Front End Alignment Oil Change
put around the trees and ley of South Milwaukee were of Ice cream and cake "Beach Strolling" and The John Halls from Ware- park in Fort Myers. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Beams
Mr Fred Byrd of Lemon Bay guests for a few days of Mr. were served. "Woodland Walk" will feature town -0- Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs
N. J., are finally with us.
lumber who donated the vis- and Mrs Ced Logan on Nep outdoor beach and woodland! Did we tell about a Mr. .
They were nine days on the you Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard
9rw queen to be put under the rock tune Drive. They have renteda Dr. and Mrs. M. L Townsend beauty "Step East" and "St..pW..st" trail, stopping for a visit In and Mrs. Sutton from Venice Radio Repairs Transmission Repeir
will show
house in
Englewood and will arrangement l
-0- Gardens who down to
of Overbrook came
0r Mrs Millard Hoganramp of be living[ here during the winter tamed as a weekend enter.guest with Oriental and Western In. now Washington in Deer D.Creek C. They Trailer are bring us a huge carton and I ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

Bridge Street reports Mr. Holaneamp months. their niece, Miss Kathleen flucnrei "Stepping Out" will Park but not for too long. We large marketing bag full to the Air-conditioning Repairs end 'Initiation
is well satisfied with -0- Poindexter of Daytona Beach. emphasize !glamor, and for the hear they have bought brim of Christmas cards? They
a <<
to Em. Mr. and Mrs. "Top Step," only professional piece
transfer George Mayle-
r the mutual of property and the house Is were so delighted to have a
ben on Fairview Drive entertained flower arran ers will be entitled place for them. We thank you
71 being redecorated. When" com- :
last week as house to exhibit. both, for it took both of to
._. pletely finished they will pull :you
Osprey guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert In preparation for the show,
out carry them from the car into
Valentine Theme again, for the East Coast.
Elferdhik's of McMillen and Mr. and Mrs. Ed workshop"! are already In the house.
v Their new home will be near s ORMOf tErftl INt

I|1MAM Liquidation Sale Schoettle They plan of to Cincinnati go to Miami, Ohio be. progress., chairman Mrs. of Joseph the Artistic Newman and their grandchildren.son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.- -Norman Cou- 'v
CP TO 4r. OFF fore returning home. Highlights Event Division Is training a group of Ion on Fray St., have had a
-0- e r
-0- beginners In flower arrange. The Halls called for Johannato lot of company recently. First staie ; 1S7 '
s Miss of ManaI ment On Monday morning, ; t
Jayne Shaw take her their daughter, son-in-law and CDMfANY ; l
t Feb. 10, Mrs Chas. W. Zabris- marketing, rather .. __. __ ,,_.. .......
late in the day. They stopped their son (Mr. and Mrs. Irving .-- ....., ; ,
By Woman's Club kle, chairman of the Horticulture In for refreshments on their Conway and "hris) from West
Division, will demonstratethe Palm Beech Then two couples Mr. Remodeling
ATTENTION way home, and while they were says a .
grooming of plants at the here in came Ralph and Jean from Indianapolis. Mr. and
b I A Valentine theme was used Enclewood Savings and Loan Lewis from I East!: Venice, so we Mrs Harry Reynolds and Mr.
K I MANUFACTURERS, RETAILERS, WHOLESALERS It the Venlce-Nokomis Worn- Building 10 a.m An all-day had a sort of party and enjoy. and Mrs. Raymond Schmidt. B.
sn's Club's social card party clinic, giving questions and ed it a lot. The latter are very interestedin
x ST. ANNUAL Wednesday with a monochromatic answers on flower show arranging -- buying property here.

!4 TRI.CITY HOME & INDUSTRY SHOW red centering gladioli the arrangement refreshment In S, at the, will Englewood be held on Savingsand March I as Miss guests Bessie Mr. Rasmussen and Mrs. Wil-has The New -0-York Club met

I I February 26.27-23-29 1964 table.Decorations were done by Mn Crawford Loan Association T. Bickford with in : their liam Joyal dog. Lucky.(May and He is Bill a)well and Tuesday at Hall 6:00 on p.m.McCall at theVeterans' St. i( [] R\I )

x Rinqinq Bros. Winter QuartersTHIS Mrs Earl Wright, chairman.Her charge. trained dog and plays hostwh..n The membership now is a-
The Flower Show will be
hostess assistants bout 160 with the following new .
Bessie had
w..reMrs. a group ofEnglewaodWWI L- r
aVr William Court and Mrs. open to the public, with no ad- members: Mr. and Mrs L. [i
! mission from
chargeRebekahs Vanvlor Stewart City,
t If your product or service! pertain (to sports,, travel, George Lawrence N. y. : Mr end Mrs. Harold BULGING WAILS?
!f recreation er !Kobbiet this! show It for< you. Forty members and guests Green from Rochester; Mr. Enclose Your Screen PorchOr
r SPECIAL PRIZES GIFTS ENTERTAINMENTFor were present. Door prizes went Attend Leonard C Peacock, he put
r 'Information' Regarding Booth Space Contact* tr Mrs. Joseph Nonrse, Mrs Vets' Auxiliary California, not his New York CarportNo
Lloyd Shirley and Mrs. Alex
District \
Meeting home: Mr. and Mrs Geo
t S. M. JIMISON ander Hooker. SlatedThe Pearce, from Rochester; Mr. worriei with ORANGE STATE'S

fi.rf. VENICE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The next social card party, ENGLEWOOD Twenty Party and Mrs. Harold Cary, no home ONE STOP SERVICE
PHONE 488-4104 to which members, guests and members and friends of Re- Ladies Auxiliary to Englewood !: address; Mr and Mrs William
rfr friends of the club are invited, bckah Lodge No BO attended( Barracks 27<<. WWI Burrles, New York City; Mr / Quality Material
..__,.ua'W.. tI!Zit1l3'lJ11'. will be on Feb. 19. Duplicate the meeting of the Smith Western Veterans will give a card party and Mrs Wayne W. Hill, Albany J Reliable Service
0 bridge Is played at the club- Association In Ft. Myers Wednesday at 2 p m. at the ; Mrs. Marie L. Albright,
house every Thursday at 1 last Friday night: The gathering North Orange.: SL Recreation Albany; Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Experienced Workmanship
, p.m. Included those from Arcadia center Miller. White Plains; Mr. and t/ Prompt, courteous attention
x I Clewlston Fort Myers, Guests may play the game of Mrs E. C. Tafft Albany; Mr.
1 il i Punta Gorda, Bradt-nton and their choice prizes will be and Mrs. J. Scott who put t/- Up to 7 yr. financing
? SEAGRAM'SSoven Englewood who enjoyed a revered awarded and refreshments will down Cape Hare; Mrs. Ada I
t Canter Society : dish dinner followed by be served. A donation of 50 Burns Augusta; Mr. and Mrs
>r an entertainment program cents will be requested. Ward, Oneonda: Mr and Mrs mrana2 sfcafcs: lumber co. I
7 There was a reading by Elsa An auxiliary business meeting Eakley, White Plains; Mr. and
Crown Meets In Tampa Chamlers as well as several at noon will precede the Mrs. Jones, Walworth; Mr and a.T( Ti, rt.-8 Gnus> .Ac, fumy I.Stideer Pit N I C law N. Bees.
I Mrs Lewis, New York ? -
songs/ by the Melotones a Ft party Members are requestedto Ralph
Myers quartet of men Then bring their own sandwiches City.
Key volunteer leaders who there was a skit by four ladies
tapnUfr $409 will participate in the 1964 entitled "The Green Bench." _J"" I_ __ L.-ror, \Y.'W _

Educational and Fund-Raising With over 100 present the Lemon
Crusades of the American Can Bav Rebeknhs received the
to be conducted In FIRST & FINEST IN
Filth : cer Society cup for having the largest
Sarasota and Charlotte Counties number present. The next
i::? I have been Invited to attend meeting of the Association will
a special conference to be In Englewood May 20th.
I be held. Friday at the Hawaiian Lemon Bay Lodge will sponsor t SHOPPING AREA VENICE!
Village In Tampa. The a card party in the
ab ilby'. Vodka I Sandy MacDonald/ & Sandy Scot 'meeting will be culled to I.OOF. Hall, Englewood

3 fifths 510. I SCOTCH ........ $4.49 fifth ''order at noon, and adjourn at Hood, on Saturday, Feb. Blh r4t
3:1:IS pm The ham dinnerto
at 1:30: p m .
1sn I The month of April has been be given by the Rebekahs OWNTOWthrifty ENICE
1nan MYAKKA LOUNGEPACKAGE .designated as Cancer Control has been changed from Feb.
Month by an act of Congressand 16th to Feb. 23rd, when it was
STORE so proclaimed by the found at the Chamber of Commerce
"DRIVE-UP SERVICE" President of the United States, that there would be conflict take note.
ISO S. Tamiami Trail Venice 488.3117 and the Governor of the Stateof on the 18th with a barbecue shoppers please .
rx Florida. by the Lemon Bay School.you'll ,


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b FRENCH SUNGLASSES IMPORTED . ,'0 $1.95 to $5.95 Palm Beach, Pro Walk Shorts and Pro Slacks

tber aa We're "FIRST" again with the new !high fashion glasses I In Pleated and Plain Front Styles!

Both MEN'S and WOMEN'S
t"we Medical: Center* Bid\. 225 W. Venice Ave
1P dy 231 W. Venice Axe. 488-6776 \! .
..;111..'" -............. ._._ -- --

Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings:

an Sales Service Supplies! We Repair AH Make Watch and Jeweler Repair
Stuart Merrick, Owner W Venice Ave 488.3119

235 W. Miami Are 488.2473 asa


I TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. Now Showing Open Fr'" Sat. & Sun. Only

r WALT DISNEY'S Showing This' Week-End
h u Aluminum or Metal MAIL BOXES as low as $3,15 The Sword It The Stone I Fun /lit Acapulco

deMail I Box Stands- Yellowstone/ Cubs -plus
an Aluminum Alphabets for Your Name. Tees Thru Sat
John Wayne In "M C/"fod"/; Tobacco Rood

213_,W. Venice tIII Ave.1Il 488-470 .. .....,... n 'I'1.. ....... ., .




fM1de No need to get: all dressed up. 311 W. Venice Ave. 488-1117 248 W, Miami' Ave. Dial 488-3457

Each Neighborhood office has a -. ....-

ample off-street FREE parking\!,
making it more convenient for

you to do your business. Come IF YOUR AD WAS HERE OTHERS LIKE


211 W. Venice Ave. 483-4113 .

association 1 _
savings and loan I


noWNTOWN So. Trail at Bee Ridge Rd. So. Trail lit t Stickney Point Rd.
1718 Main Street WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, GULF THEATRE, 7:30: P.M. 121 W. Venice Ave 488-3080 I ;t

savings placed here on or before February 10. Earn from February 1 ft ,.. ._ .


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FEBRUARY 70. Md' !

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1lenkeJJ qon .rie4 THE_ JAt Rocky Vs. LBJ In Fall With Latter staying I

MKMBEB or THE AfttKHIAlKD rllt..
ntHM" tn far rrrnhlknt of np.W
Ito AjMotUtod VMM !10 mrhvlvelr" +nn ,
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d-h, rndtM{ b I. ?r nn1, aMnv rrr1 '"I n Ih" r, n.d i
Mal .... ublhb<4 kcrtla. AH '...... o( rci'ubllollun o( ......'.1 d"p.tkho. LUSPEAKM Several agreed with Maunm'
... aloe ......od.n. L Eugene Gilbert Kroyak, 15, of Leicester\

..... and bor.l .......,.... rniwt of the m.. ........ I.! .......,""' 14otI and president, Gilbert Youth Mass., who say Nixon will bi
6 .......bU"."". 10 .._.17 (",10, 'ha"n ,u',It lor w i ten rrrmi"un.ORit -' Research, Inc the Republican candidate be.

To The Editor: I the welfare of his country. A coast-to-coast cross section cause "if he came sis clone >,
NATIONAL EDITORIAL' Just a note to say that I enjoy : Being the editor of a newepaper of America's politically conscious he did to beating Kennedy, ht

; your occasional editorials I would assume that you young people predicts could most likely beat John
+ J : : dealing with our national goy would have more reference that Nelson A. Rockefeller will son."

j'k ernment. Or, to put it strongly than I. Is it possible that the face Lyndon Johnson in the November One New York dry youtk
the lack of it. radio station, REAS, that recently election for president! took a defeatist attitude on be.
Edward D, Ball, Editor and Publisher
Your editorial concerningCarl stopped broadcasting into but will be defeated, leaving half of the Republicans and
4r/0N 1 Courtney Wilts, Executive Editor Rowan's appointment as East Berlin, comes under the Democrat in control of the said since they were going to

George Zuraw, Advertising Manager director of the USIS was time Mr. Rowan's department? I White House lose anyway, they ought t*
ly. Just recently I either reador am sure there is more to this These young people, whom nominate someone unimporu
;+ Roger Kilby, Mechanical Superintendent heard that the USIS would
action than meets the eye. we have just polled, generally ant.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5 25 per year $3.25 per shortly begin to give our In closing I would again like asserted that voters generallywant If President Johnson is not

six months. $%.75 per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of down worldwide the associates announced a candi run- to say that I do enjoy these the policies of the late available for the Democratic
county, J6.25 per year $4.25 per six months, $3 per three months on editorials. I think that if every President Kennedy continued, nomination, the teens would
dates for the presidential race.
for the
of paper in the country would run and praise Johnson way pick Attorney General Robert
Even the
though post
he has taken over the chief
them, maybe Just maybe, the Kennedy Twenty-eight
USIS director is supposed to percent
duties.Eightythree .
Patent American would remember -
PiracyIn public the
of girls and 21
be non-I>oht'cal. I just imagine cent of percent
that a soft posterior per of the boys selected
how Mr. Rowan will handle the
those interviewed in our latest
i recent yean a new and dangerous type of espionage this assignment. As indicatedby end full pockets do not spell survey think the Democratswill late President's brother
has become a threat to our national economy and security. his complete turn-about descrIbed a secure win the election and almost Minnesota Senator Hubert

It is research espionage and it is being practiced not only in your editorial, I John L. Graham all 85 per cent assume I ..O Humphrey and United Nations
by our enemies but in torn caw by our allies. would assume that Mr. Rowan 875 Second St. President Johnson will be Ambassador Stevenson come

As we are all aware, American firms, foundations and will place the "party" above Englewood the Democratic nominee T, next Democratic on the candidates list of possible

OManiutionllpend hundreds of millions of dollars and many ... Past surveys show that teenagers man received 10 per cent of Each the
years of effort in research. This research is conducted by on the verge of being is young people's votes.

private industry/ in an effort to provide this nation and the voters themselves, hold political Teens And Parents Agree
School views of national significance.
world better things for better living. High This is due in part no ; More than half of the voimj
This is particularly true of our pharmaceutical I and electronic doubt to the fact that most of ; 1 people say they agree with
industries whose research hat developed the American them concede they have given their parents' political views

knowledge and know-how that has been a bulwark of our great weight to their parents' Thirty-four per cent say their
free enterprise system. The products and techniques developed NewsBy viewpoints, but in part also to opinions on politics are at variance
have their interest in with those of their parents
by this costly, independently financed research own increasing
and 14 per cent aren't
steadily enabled us to maintain our economic leadership and things political
DIANE LENIURT and GENE: EDDY As Gail Stuart 17, of Redondo sure whether they support or
extended our political power around the globe. With the passing out and signing of report card now at an Beach, Calif., says, they : repudiate their fathers' be lets
This industry of discovery has become a $10 billion giant end, students all over the school are making resolutions to study think the Democrats will win The teens who agree with
entirely' private and competitive. It has given us the products harder, especially those who have felt the pen that marked because they "are the incum their parents' political .:w.
or the future and helped protect our high standard of down an "F" or "D" in senior English. Let's hope we can stick bents and the fact that Presi- points generally respect the ex.pertence .
living and our high wages. to these good intentions and I dent Kennedy was martyredwill and wisdom of their a
From it have come the automatic computers, new light resolutions from journalism. The teacher, influence people to vote for elders

and durable/ metals and plastics, life-saving drugs and useful -- Mr James R. Lewis, has form hi* successor." the present time, and 33 percent get the nomination.The Kathy Forrest, 17, of TON
chemicals and the new miracle of electronics and chem The brother and sister clubsare ed this class to help studentsto David Kalish, 18, of New think he will represent the reasons for the teens ranee, Calif., said she support.ed .
busy as usual. The Key enable them to speak in York N.Y., expresses the sentiments I Republicans in November choices vary widely. Many felt her father's belief became
istry.It front of large groups. Very lit of many teens when he too conservative "he has explained and showed
is imperative that the fruits! of American research Club, holding its regular week. Arizona Senator Barry Gold- that Goldwater was
tle will be done with
work predicts Johnson will representthe represented onlY a how his view are best foi our
be as carefullguarded as are the secrets of our military I ly meeting tonight, will host textbooks, and lecture will be because "he's water is close on Rockefeller's "
the Club from Sarasota of the small segment of the Republican level of living. Those who dis.
While Key cent
American with 30
activities. research knowledge is protected by heels per
virtually non-existent, accord himself in the White .
proving and the country.Otht'rs. agreed with their parents usually -
.. and some foreign patents, other countries afford no High School. The Venice Key ing to Mr. Lewis. Instead, the House and he's genuine." young people saying he has t ie party such as Robert J. Corner felt the older people were
such protection and if they can steal this knowledge and Clubbers are making prepare- 20 students will work on unprepared Rockefeller In '61? best chance for the GOP nom too set In their ways and often +
tions for their divisional rallyto of Blue Hill, Neb., ft1tRockefeller's
produce the products of our costly and time-consuming research be held at the Terrace Ho- skits and readings round Like their elders, the teens ination. 17 divorce hurt his were too closely tied to mt
by manufacturing these products with cheap starvation lei in Sarasota March 8. At. table discussions, and speech. are not so sure just who will be | Former Vice President Richard for the nomination party. Don Meador, 18, ot De-
es. All members will be "en the nominee. Thir Nixon take third place on chances
wages they can undersell us and thus weaken our economic tending will be six clubs from Republican out that "Gold. catur, III., said his fathis
couraged" to join the Nation. cent think Rocke- } the teens' list of possible candidate and pointed
per and I lIke
throughout the world. "stern Democrat, 1t
power the immediate vicinity to elect has good reputation as a
of water
cent a
al Forensic League Fourteen per
to accuse feller is the most promisingcandidate "
Several valuable research formulas developed at great committee members for the to look at all the facts.
I II he will senator.
them think a
tom to public speaking for the nomination atji" > the young people
cost and effort haw been stolen from under our noses, tate convention in Jackson- ..
.hICIcon 10
carried to other countries. In on. case at least, the U. S. vine, April 16-18, according to large building variety of ova

Government contracted with a foreign firm to supply it t the lieutenant governor of this DeMoIays Appear Program comodate of Interest a to the <.r ;iy 'f'f
On Lvceum grams
i district, Ray Joelson. Che Key. German; Film
with a product developed by our own research. This was ties have recently admitted Before :Masons: !,; !! civic and cultural org -. I'
offered lower -- ------ -- -- -
at since there research -
a price was no costs members to their I eI tions in the South County area
seven new
far as the foreign producer was concerned and it was Venice Lode,: No. 301. Free s
They are: Pam Payne,
produced with cheap labor in direct competition with American xmolla roup. Kirbv, Liz Smith, Nan. and Accepted Masnrs.,, meet tonight I Neil Douglas adventurer,IT I Ausburg. Jar Wilkinson averaged S39
at 8 o'clock at the Masonic and film produc the traveloguemay ft t.
high standards r-y Taylor Janie Ridlon, Bev photographer : : Tickets for on 117 carries for Duke' b
Scientists and researchers employed by American firms CarroJl. and Denise Wise. The Temple. cr, will, present his new polacol be purchased at the tick. ball team in 1963. He scored
Preceding the meeting there or film of Germany at the Gull et office of the Gulf Theater, 12 touchdowns
omnle of the Key I
hay. found it profitable to steal highly secret and valuable counterparts
will be the
a presontrtion to Theater at 8 p.m. Thursday. be purchased at
Information and pass it on for a price to some foreign firm. Club also are planning new unl. Tom recently or they may .. ij
lodge by Foes, Mr. Douglas' film, "The Undiscovered Grant's Department Store or "" j
forma of dark blue
I "Drug piracy" cases involving patented drug secrets and consisting installed Master Councilor and "
Charm of Germans Hart's Import House. A reduce Elferdink's of r
skirts and light blue blouses. Osprey
antibiotic cultures developed by Lederle Laboratories are I' other officers and members of is the fourth of a series of six ed rate is offered for tickets

now before both civil and criminal courts, pointing up the The National--Forensic Lea. Robert E. Lee Chapter, Orderof travelogues which the Optimist bought in quantities of six or I $100,000( Liquidation Salt I '.,
critical situation faced by industrial research leaders. DeMoIay. Club of Robert's Bay has spon- more. t'P TO 49-4 OFF t
has announced the results
gut William E. Hendrlx, senior funds tD
The research thief who peddles our industrial secret sored this season to raise i
01 their election of officer The The Lyceum Building fund
warden of Venice Lodge, will
for their Lyceum Building
by securing documents end formulas from employer filet elected are: Bob Duell, presl- confer the Entered Apprentice wilt be used to construct a -
and selling them to competitors are undermining the dent: Susan Murphy, vice- Degree. The Lecture will be Fund.
nation's strength just as much as the thief who peddles military president; Gene Trefethen, given by Judge John T Gra Douglas graduated with honors u I fit
as a civil engineer at La- Jr CHILD CARE CENTER
secrets. treasurer; and Linda Case ham of Sarasota County and c
Anything that weakens. our national economy and destroys secretary. Jv'FLer will travel I Ito member of Cary B. Fish fayette College in Easton. Pa Open 6 Days a WeekDAY \ 1i
and played for two as an j\
our world market is as harmful to our national welfare to Sarasota Friday, March 7, Lodge, No. 346. Sarasota. Re- L ifa\-
All-American center on < 'i' 1.e
and our future as art the fruits of military espionage, and vie for honors with 20 other. freshments will be served following ette's national ehampir-nsh)> CARE-7:30 a.m. to 5:30: p.m \
Congress' would do well to take vigorous steps to protect schools. in III speaking cateones. the meeting and all Entered football team. He is a tr.r. KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 900; J. e't+ed I
research and Apprentice Masons are a.m to 11:30 '.m. .... 'J:'.
industry against this vicious and writer and world tra\el pre' --{,
invited to attend. r' SEPARATE NURSERY FOR BABIES .
contiibu'c-'l ,
dangerous practice. lalist who has .J'
A DOT district convention
-Russell the new Encyclopedia An.p-. & Months to 2 Years.PLAY t1 I \
Kay will be held next Saturday, }
*4 In "Too Late To Classify March S, at Early Wynn Lanes, Duke To Address cana and is listed in UK -- SCHOOL DAILY 8n\

according to Jim Ballard, Disrict "Who's Who of Science." I NEIL DOUGLAS'hots LAUREL DAY SCHOOL ; .;:t
7 Representative and memo Men Gardeners"Shrubs To get his picture for the I \, ""' V'
Library ColumnBy bee of the Venice DiversifiedCooperative I That Like It Here"will "Undiscovered Charm of Ger- at Volkswagen: at Wolfs- AND NURSERY 'i" r
burg to see n i of the days of ate
Training organizeon. be the subject of a talk by many, Douglas explored 1 I' the Rd"i' > nj, at Cologne and Laurel Rd. & Old Trail 488.2639 J
B LARZ :NEWTON, The DOT Coordinator. Mr. Gerald Duke local horticulturist every area of Western Ger- -- -- -.-
His film ---- --------- ---- -- -
almadge Rushing, will be at the meeting"' of Men's many for five years.
Editor FRIENDS: OF TilE LIBRARY among the expected crowd of Garden Club tomorrow. hows the Wall in Berlin as I' J,
a I can be on guard against my enemies, 200 members representing The meel.ng11\ be held at well as the new developments 111
but God deliver me from my friends! clubs from Sarasota, Lee, 2 p.m. at the community room here. I II ort
-Currer Bell. Charlotte Manatee and Hard. of Sarasota Federal Savingsand This comprehensive film an :Iii
CURRER BELL was the pen name of Charlotte Bronte. ing Counties Loan Asm I exploration of Germany r.+rr t
She wrote JANE EYRE under that name and everyone --o-. The public I 11 invited.; es from the modern produ Is ke es
thought the author was a man. There was quite a literary The folk singing club sponsored PaY
sensation when it was disclosed that the author of that virile by our new teacher, Mr I n

book waa a shy spinster who lived in a remote English village Dave Corbett, has been organized '.... r.r 1 1f
for students who enjo' '"
As you probably know her sister Emily wrote WUTHER- folk music If you can't play
ING HEIGHTS Another sister, Anne, was the author of the members will be glad t, g
AGNES GREY. give you a f.-w lessoN. The ir ---.. ts
The three gifted sisters all wrote at the same time in terest aroused in this new clu''
their bleak house on the Yorkshire moors was so intense that over 40 ask
Their stern and eccentric father, the Rev. Patrick Bronte, ed to join the club before it' 'p.' : ''(
was rector of the parish of Haworth. first meeting. '"

In your Free Public Library your Librarian can direct -
:you to interesting biop aphi'-al! material; about the Bronte sis\ With the beginning! of a nr ,
ters. And, of course, th' r books ...a worth reading again. semrstir a ertrh; c c'
USE YOUR LIBRARY miur.'I' 'v ,y f *
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First Church of CMit; Scientist/ Sarasota Florida/

Thousands have lamed through Christian Science how to

find; freedom from fear, sickness, end limitation. ; QX

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of Chicago, Illinois

Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,

The First Church of Christ Scientist, In Boston, Massachusetts

Thursday, 8 p.m., February 13 VENICE

Sarasota Municipal Auditorium
1F g k 1
t f 4t !North Tamiami Trail at 8th Street tr iIriONDAY ;-

II I I II I y 4 1 .
L 1 OF

if m The Auspices Of


SAINT VALENTINE'S DAY fall on F way Mermaid: Jude Sen. :!r to go for a vai E e+
en for r.: n under water at Doaneilon'i I, E. tfnw
of this week so it 1* appropriate enough for Rainbow Sa>rll1iS, Venice Ave, Venice*







; Robarts Becomes Here Are School [ Handley's Deluxe Dish: I f

I3ride Of Mr. Pattison Menus, Mom, For Chick--Er, You Name It I

UL Anne RobarUK
1 Tr Today's contributor to the et; the studied Inspection of
David "
dL5 H Patti801 Food Column the careful selection -
d GONDOLIER'S the availability;
PIi In an To assist mothers of Venice,
Ing ceaemonYoat Trinity Nokomis and Englewood school is a gourmet, golfer, gardener, of a properseeminglive
oon in Arcadia children, the GONDOLIER today philatelist, photographer and fowl; the messy backyard
ochlt Church begins publication of the writer. execution; the laborious prepa-
Feb I. y weekly school lunch menus. I This busy retiree, R. V. ration of the carcass and then ,
J daughter; of'SndMrVward In cooperation with the lunch Handley of 150 Center Road, the eventual culinary achievement .

W Rob- Nip s ; room sup':-visors at the area 1 Venice Gardens, which almost invariably f1
,"I 7 Arcadia The groom NI schools, menus for the week spent 41 yearsin was in the shape of chickenand
of Mr and Mrs C m M will be the merchan- dumplings, \'
the ion published on Mondays I
t 720 Apalachi- field with "What difference In jj'
of X so that area mothers dising a now
:a"goadiand lives in Clewls- I ac avoid menu conflicts In plan.may paL Mont gomery the market one can make a
Ward, Chicago, choice of a whole chicken a
fling evening meals. t "J/
L double ring ceremony w School menus are subject to and retired in cup-up chicken or any particular '
J" !1
performed by The Rev change, because of occasional 1957 He and parts that the palate desires ( .1/.1a /
t Grecnbergcr of Venus, delivery problems, Mrs Julia M r a. Handley or the occasion dictates
0 friend of the Hastings, Sarasota County stopped here in all\ cleanly plucked, efficiently tI
1 i personal 1961 to visit drawn and eviscerated; ready
The Rev Raymond d lunchroom supervisor said. a j'r
oA: and of ml friends, while i 1 for the skillet, the pot or the
Supervisors at the
of Arcadia, pastor area
i tx en route to AriIlandley oven 'I'!
Church For schools areMrs. Margaret -
sty, Methodist Weaver zona, ilndp ;- "In the ordinary home sixty
candlelight cere- High School
1 ,dock and chased their present home be- years ago chickens were either :
?, ,the church was decor.I Venice Junior High School: fore departing fried, stewed or roasted ,
/ of palms and Mrs. Ruby Hill, Venice Elementary
i with, banks School Mrs. They have two sons, both Today, thanks to the increased AI
:wry with altar arrange- Curry, Nokomis; Thelma married, and four grandchild proficiency of the poultry raisers I I
,? Of white chrysanthem- 1j4a School and Elementary ren. Their eldest son is a design the processors and the distributors t
j and blue carnations. Englewood, Mrs. Helen Duvall engineer in New Jersey and to the inventive ,
,sanist was Mrs Roy Ap- Menus( for Elementary the School. and the other is a salesman in genius of the designers of the T TH
week Feb
J, Soloist, Walter Rail, 10 Michigan. modem kitchen and its appurt-- j'
'. ''Because" "Ah. Sweet Hartley's golf prowess Is attested enances, there are literally II ,
5ry of Life" and "The NOKOMCg' ELEMENTARY SCHOOL to by a hole-In.one at hundreds of methods of pre. d 1 '
idmg Prayer" Mond., Lake Venice Golf Club two paring this favorite and eco N I
",e bride was attended by Gonluh) (Trounci Bi..f, macaroni tomato weeks ago and h., was, that nomical article of the American I II'

Linda Bennett of Arcadia, t TVi-.nl Salmi same week, elected presidentof diet i I r
nut_ Lima Beam Here is of favorite
and brides- Venice Contract Bridge one my
of honor, and
maid Butter
Michele Pattison *nM,," Club. He is a member of Ven- methods of preparing that is I G ylY
,ci Marion, Miss, Ind., Miss Gailh t Milk. ice Gourmet CluMen's Gsr- neither fried, braised, baked, Mm nSm Ajaii ,"'JiU" lA3S Sumti'' -

of Naples and Mrs Frank Cuban !Sandwich Tutad.* den Club, Venice Stamp Club, fricaseed nor sauted, but a DESIGNER STEPHANIE TAKORES shown with a vestment
'sort of comb ition of all of
Hiitltml and bridge and clubs
splash the golf
ato of Miami. Miss Patti- WM. Ko..1 l Con these designed and executed by her toi Catholic Church of the
He is from RIch- processes
II' cousin of the groom. Fruit Cobbler originally / Epiphany turned pictorial) artist trv 'a' verve age and is
Oven Chicken Nulll
mond Ind
Hand and ttuttn having her first one-man show It (1 1 Han Villa this month I
brother of
maid Milk. His recipe 2 broilers, cut-up, or the
own developedsince .
was best man. WxhtKlar. The show sponsored by Venice N ikomta Art Assn opened
groom he came here, for Oven equivalent in separate
Sgt Francis T..rk. and Gmstem.d with a reception at Italian Villa vi, "I vial from 4 to 6 p.m.
omsmen HlcaHuttored Chicken Nulli! Secundus atteststo pieces
'amm of Baltimore Md.; Pm.urrd his interest in food preparation H c. of cooking oil t GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf

am Robarts of Arcadia, ,- arenas and lluttar He also accompanied the H c. of chopped chives
bride brother; and Luth- Milk. recipe with his musings on Salt and fcepper to taste

lavn and Richard Mattson Lost with,ThnmlarMiat (ataupHuUoiwd "then and now" in the prepa .2 tbs dried tarragon soakedfor Kiwanis Club Sponsors
Lewiston. _. "' _." New' PoUUwiButtered ration of chicken dishes, whichIs an hour in 1 cup of dry
CJrwn Beans white I
ie bride wore a gown of Mr. and Mrs David H. PaHiton Hread and R"KterCoiklea quoted below:
j de trie appliqued with (Pea.ait Butler Rolled Wheat) 1 Chicken for dinner, in my 1 tsp monosodium gluta- j
ned Alencon lace and Pa.; Mrs. David Ackerman Memorial) Hospital School of Milk., Frldar boyhood days, was an infrequent mate (Ac'cent) Hoxie Circus At VJHSHoxie
loned with a portrait neck- Venice winter visitor from Nursing! In Miami. Ns.snl' sod (;b_ and very special event; it Place chicken pieces in skillet .
' and basque waist fromh Basking Ridge, N. J.; Roland Mr Pattison is a graduateof S Uevlled KincButtered usually signified a holiday or or chicken fryer boniest
the bouffant skirt fell in Kappelman of Nokomis; and Venice-Nokomis High School Hot Kolli 8tenmei with )Butter Broccoli some other reason for celebration parts down. Dribble cooking oil Bros. 3-ring circus will aerialists. gymnasts tumblers J

toed pleats into a chapel Mrs F M. B Schramm, Mr and Worsharm College of Mortuary r'rul'J. ollo over tops rs evenly as possible, come to Venice March 16 under wire walkers and a score of '
i Her fingertip veil of imfd and Mrs., John Farley, Miss Science In Chicago. He )1I1k.ENGLEWOOD i "The proceedings in advanceof then the monosodium gluta- sponsorship of the Venice funny clowns in their two-hour
English Illusion was at- Carol Saladmo, Mrs DonaldA. served his professional apprenticeship EIFMFNTARY SCHOOL its final culmination ere mate and chives. Place In oven Kiwanis Club, President Louis performances.
Pattison and son, Bradley, in Sarasota and Venice M naar complicated and Included what which has been pre-heated to
ed to a pillbox hat of pcaui Aombnreor. on Bun H. Moody, announced this The circus will arrive in
i and alencon lace. Her and Tom Ewing, ell of Venice. He is owner and directorof Oven Drown PoutoRplnach would, in these days, amountto 350() degrees. Cook for one hour week. Venice m the morning of

Jewelry was a string of After they return from New Pattison Funeral Home Toned Salad a disproportionate expenditure without turning At end of hour The tents of the show knownas March 18 and old timers a<
!i, i gift from the groom Orleans, the couple will reside Clewiston and a member of ennui I Butur Condi of effort. There would be pour wine and tarragon over "America's cleanest fami'ycircus" !! well as children will be ableto
{tamed a crescent bouquet at 438 E. Sugarland Highway Florida Funeral Directors Milk the trek to the farmers' mark. chicken and leave in oven only will be spread on East watch the big top go up

ft roses and tiny whites in Clewiston Assn In Clewiston, he is a Chicken TaaadarFried long enough to warm this Miami Avenue on the groundsof the circus unpack and the ants
s centered with a white Mrs. Pattison was graduatedfrom member of the Lions Club the Yellow Uic. liqUId. Makes. a sufficient servo the Venice Elementary mals fed lust like in the old
DeSoto County High Elks Club and the Masonic I. Grange Slates ing for six.Laurel School will said.
1 'id ( inneM Cabiuujt Salad and give two performances davs, Moody
e bride's attendants were School in Arcadia and Jackson Lodse RlicultPrarhM one at 4 p.m. and The proceeds of the event

i ry] gowned in street I Milk Potluck SupperMembers Acres To another at 8 p.m. will RO to the Youth and Underprivileged .
This edition of the Children's Fund
'h de soie dresses oft WadiwadayMeat vear s
.blue and wore matching Miss Thompson Of Houston p- Loot of Venice Grangewill elect 1961 OfficersMajor circus features ground and and tickets for either performance -
aerial wild and domestic bo
Ipccpg j and accessories con host a potluck supper Wednesday displays cm purchased from
fnbbaq B.1nd item of business of animal acts, elephants, -nv member of the Kiwanis '
i tamed crescent bou- at 6:3: () p.m. at Venice
i of white carnations To Jackson Swift whoa C.kl' Roll Civic Center the meeting Laurel Thursday Acres will Civic be Assn.election horses and ponies as veil as Club
i. RobarU wore a beige Tlranaa The public is invited. A donation of 1964 officers.
brocade gown with match. Rout Fork of 50 cents will be requested The meeting will be held inth'e

accessories and a corsage I Announcement is made today A.o.r.Manhed...PoUUaUlery and those attending are community room of Sarasota YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn
!. ;shell orchids and blue of the engagement of Mi.s Stick asked to bring a covered dish Federal Savings and Loan
. Lezah Muhl. Thompson of H,* Roll and their place settings **
uses The groom's mother rs Jrllo Assn at 8 p.m. Auto Insurance
gowned in brown velvet I Houston Tex and Jacks: E: Il Milk Mrs. Lydia Keyser Is in In other business the beautification I. NEW LOW RATES
i with matching acces- Swift of Venice and Danvi!!:. Frldar charge, assisted by Mrs Richard of the Laurel Acres
I i Fish Fillet Boyd, Mrs Harold Lance, 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
'i and yellow Ill e entrance at Lake View Drive
green cymm Swart PotatoHread .
orchids I will be discussed Willi'vi L
Miss Thompson is a teacher Oro... Slice Huntley.
e reception was held at in the Houston public schcji and astirValmtia The group's regular meeting Drown, president will be in

.+-u Country Club system. She received has Milk, C.ke will be held at 7:30: p.rn. charge : t9
sjtants: were Mrs. Jim bachelor's degree from the -
"ett, Mrs J, A. Simmons, University of Texas and h:i VENICE! ELEMENTARY Mond. SCHOOL -g I1.:i..."ar'1

Dave Carr, Mrs Bert master's degree in English and Bar.R-Q.Pork on HUM" Keystone State I Elferdink's of Osprey

icr, Mrs Fred Grady, Mrs art from the University of Whole Kernel Corn. I ; 116 W. Venice Avenue :
Pln..ppleTheo. Picnic I
ohnson R Duncan. and Mrs. John Houston. Swept itch*. Apple 81D .. Cole.Mlk Area residents Saturday and visitors I I I $100,000 IP TO Liquidation 49% OFFs Sale I S Jn Telephone: AOS-22G9 :

e newlyweds are In New The groom-elect is a profc TutadirChuck from Washington County, ,

an. on their wedding trip.Patllson's sional golfer. He is sales man, Yellow Waion Hire" bteaka Pennsylvania are Invited to the

J traveling cos- ager of Bristol-Kroydon Golf Knillih Peal annual picnic of West Coast
.. e was a nquil-yellow knit Oranire and Pineapple PII... residents from that county Sat-
worn with black accessor- Co and is associated with Bmd Cinierbread and ButterMilk Appla Sauce urday at 1 p.m. at the Kiwanis

and i white orchid corsage Quad City Golf Club during the Hall in Bradenton. E SPCIALEARLY I *

Tong the out-of-town wed- winters. Fried' ChlrkenMaihed wd.rdqOw. Those attending are requested
I : guests were David Devine Is for PntntoaaToued to bring a basket picnic and I
The wedding planned
Marion, Ind,; Mrs Hazel Salad their own table service. There
'est, Venice, houseguest of March and will take place in .BananaaPllcnt Feaehai will be a short program Mrs -I

Pattuons, from Newcastle, Danville. MI'S' IEZAII THOMPSON fan Rolla Thomas Walker Wessel of Bay-

101,Ik Th......., shore Gardens, Bradenton, is wYF s

f OilH lettuce-.Baltlma Broccoli Glorified SaladFroren chairman of the event ]

r" Q, tI Cinnamon Roll"M"k
k Reservations for the Cedar
n.h win Rapids (low' "get-together
I Red Sirs Potartota Club" luncheon meeting on
Cola' Slaw Feb 18 may be made by calling

i- ? pnno OranffeaENICE George Swab, 42S Beach MONDAY, FcbruaryJOth p
Muffin Brood Park Blvd.

Milk The meeting will\ be held at GENUINE CALF'S LIVER SAUTE $2.65

t"" >' JR. FR.MondirRarbeeue HIGH SCHOOLS noon at Early Wynn's SteakHouse Smothered Onions Crisp Bacon
Pork on KollPotatoea All Cedar Rapids winter
In JaeketaOreen visitors are Invited. 11th
nom TUESDAY, February
Apple Sauce Cootlea Milk UesuUU .' :
and Meat SaneeSquanh ::1
or Buttered CarrotaMa'rbkt'cake : Madame Marie Fresh Mushroom Sauce Vfc'tw

': Culls Bread. and Milk
edneadar. PALMIST : WEDNESDAY, February 12th
Fried Oilrken Creamed Potatoes
Toned Buttered s.indPnoppr Peaa wide flown Cake INDIAN HEALER UU BRAISED ROCK CORNISH GAME HEN $265

Bread. Butter MilkThureda ADVISORI Wild Rice Current Jelly

g Stew with Poison and Carrot I will Help' you on any U THURSDAY February 13th
.1 s a Blackey Peal of I lif. U ,
Pre problem
Chilled Tomatoes, FlckleJ Bar
leach Bread a Cohbler Butter Milk Iii 2 Miles North of UU CASSEROLE OF BEEF RAGOUT CO.35
IPrld., VENICE ON U.S. 41 UU Poppy Seed Noodles I
Fhhwlrh with Tarter 8.ur* or Cataup
Potato China Buttered. Cora Phone 488.4785 UUUUUUUUUUUUU I

Proeolllrrlut Cocktail Milk FRIDAY, February Nth

Taoii y A Saute Meunier. Vt.


Sauce Polonaise



FRAMES French Onion Soup Chicken Broth, Fin Noodles
Baled Potatoes e French Fries
tie Jour
Chef's Garden Green Salad
< 4 :e Apple Cherry Blueberry Pie

e Sherbet or Ice Cream l
Hot Rolls Beverage .
--.- aWJiSaaaa : Mu..-.-.-...... -- I I

'8 SCOUT left to right, M R. Currier, institutional representative STREET NOKOMIS I
123 chartered
Y It a M was : Clayton Walter, club president; .. ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY i
J I t en Club dinner at Grace Methot Police Chief John Shockey, pack chairman One Block N. E. of Crossing { ,'

Church.i The Methodist Me'n' Club is and Cub Scouts Stephen Ramsey, Henry Zel--: PHONE 488.3393 U.S. 41 SOUTH VENICE PHONE 4882275THE 4'1 I

u". shown the> pack which will haw three las (and GONDOLIER Robert Hunter PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) "" .:m, 1:' :.:...: -
in charter wemoniei: aver



iXtlNISAY, FtBRUAn( 10. ""


Circles Of WSCS

Begin February 11111 p SHOPPING WHERE

Meets Tomorrow IS A ,

February circle meetings of PLEASURE! .
The Woman's Society lor
Christian Service of Grace
Methodiat Church will be heldon
Tuesday and Wednesday.The !Dr
Tuesday meetings wdl
Naomi Circle 9:30: a.m., at
the home of Mr. Clayton J.
Walter of 821 Armada Road:
devotion and program by Mrs.
W. C. Bo e. IOO lpT.rt IOOI
Rebecca Circle 10 a.m., at
the home of Mrs. Ben Moats Of
eiJ8' Beatrice Drive; devotionsand Jftt Oreen
program by Mrs. LaVar I +**.t--.Stampsl
Smith. nmrmmm *
Grace Circle, 1'SO p m., at 700 EXTRA LUNCH. MUTS I ,!
the home of Mrs. D. V. Stapel- .t ".'. .LN'... U. 1_PI

ton votions of 407 and Maggiore program Road by ;Mr de-. FREE & Nii BooooooOO OOOOOOOOO[3

Edith:Either: Fuoas Circle 2 p.m. at the i GREEN
church with Mrs. Reide Onley 1 POIX[ B IOO lp TEA IOO
as hoatecs; devotions and program '
c by Mrs. Arthur Swanson. STAMPS
M A R K 6 j Ifil Green Stamps
% T s
Miriam Circle 2 p.m. at
... .
home of Mrs Austin H. Beebeof ,0 w fg F. 'di I 4* < <*
648 Menendet; devotions by DECAF INSTANT COFFEE
Mr. Orvis Dots and programby 8-os. jor $1.44
Mr. Glenn Norquist
Lot Circle S p.m., at the .vr ,at 4 t 8000000000000000000 ARIrSWIFT'S
home of Mrs Harry R. Show.
acre, 518 Venezia Park; de- y PREMIUM GOVT. INSPECTED
\otions and program by Mrs SHIPPED TENDER-GROWN D & D
C S. Keeter Jr. i t.A FRESH NOT FROZEN 10 0 rXlXTRAnlO0
On Wednesday the Mary

p.m.Martha at the Circle home will of meet Mrs. Russell at 1 't "FRYER QUARTER SALE" J"f Oreen

E. Lux of South Venice t, I 4*All MM ml Rk t 4
Blvd.: devotions by Mrs. Robert EXCEDRIN TABLETS
Gamble. REAITS (with 60-cf.6ot. 93c PJ
v ribs) ntwin r*. u. IMMQlj
| A A A A A A n A n n n n n n n A
E'wcsd Legion

Slates Dance 't e or LEGS 1OFReaiOO

J7Oreen/ Stamps

ENGLEWOOD will-sponsor EnglewoodLegionnaires the I wa. ale aw...4 rya. tor I

third of a series of winter com MODESS PANTIES
munity dances on Friday night; down) produce lane C stretch' style $ .
Feb. 21, in the Legion ballroom ,, DM*. ?.. 1* IMA I"'t"
At the regular bimonthly sea.lion
of Lemon Bay Post 276, Tatty Vin..RipanadTOlllafoes

held chairman his Monday committee Bill Schultz night has,announced engagedthe dance- bri basket qt. 39c )t !50 lj. lIAm50

west coast favorite Ked
Landstrum and his dance combo ,
V ass.rya I
to provide a program of live
music for modern and squared Swifts PremiumD MODESS BELTS (Deal Pack)
lancing! that assures all who '" o ANY SIZE...ANY TYPE
attend a lively night of dancing Dinner Franks . IK 49 wim -. r u, tw !
and socializing. Admission Boo A A A A A A A A A A A A A ooEJ50mlp i
to the dance is 75 cents per
person and tickets may be purchased .
at the door.
As in the past party tables f { lIAm50
can be arranged The chairman REG 33c SIZE
urged all legionnaires to SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN J" Green Stamps

attend and suggested organizing MIB b j GOVT-INSPECTED TENDER-AGED I w*.*..mM.4 MnkMt tit I
neighborhood parties for a HOUOWAT House HXZAM
hilarious evening of entertain WESTERN :
f A MUM** eW ((MM*
mint U-o ,. .
Schultz announced the dance .Nw, ..,...pk rM 79 U. 1N1)
committee will meet at his itD i ROUi S OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ 4 B
home 190 E Wentworth St., on
Monday night, Feb. 10. BONELESSe
The committee of legionnaires 5O1&5 0
in charge of arrange

merits chairman includes; Hugh Green Bill Schultz, treasurer I J"' Green '

a'' ; Clayton Rhodes Ben I ...*,i...H...stamp.1
Lane, Ernest Thelin, Clark I 9 IAJT-OFF PINE I
Eccles George Austin, G. F 33C Y
Higginbotham, Jay Fitting, t11f41 C .....bot._
Harry Wyatt Mrs. Hilda H 7 9
Clare and Mrs. Ernest Thelin. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOlimit
During the Lemon Bay Post Ibt I
Commander Clark Ec- I
meeting par customer wI A PRICES
cles announced the appoint purchase of $3,00 or more 5QiuVuuVMON.TUES.WED. (
ment of Legionnaire John EFFECTIVE
White to the office of post ser J"
geant.at-arms, pro tem Green J..a.!
Senior Vice Commander Ben i y I .t+u.eMr psl
Lane 1964 membership chairman FEBIO, 11, 164 GOLD SEAL GLASS WAX
reported the post mem- pint con! 59e
bership is nearing the quota '=' eYt4 M la raN '='
mark and urged all members '
to renew their 1964 membership claim COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC
at once to aid the post in ,. ,r .' ,
attaining its quota thereby tad y Betty "' '
Delic1ou '':
qualifying the organization for Kraft' Cheese Spread 501rnIXTRA"X'X r50
state end national citations and 5"
awards. Lane also reported the tN P'une 0 "Velveeta i 2.Ib. J" Groen
Englewood area veterans Information t' J Ulee ..... ..1001 F, 89 w....W-.. .
census project is Vary Fine q t.
well underway He called for j hot. 2 9c Crocker SALADA TEA
Betty Chocolate Re III ,
more interviewers to volunteer A I or Oatmeal i-: 100-d. pk/. s.ampd
assistance in the project. P le IIIr'I -- -

pard Post reported Chaplain a detachment Louie Shep-of f Borda"!a Tarry Sauce 2 'Is.z. 25c IDI Cookies . .15.o39

legionnaires recently officiatedas site
pall bearers at the funeralof 114 501 -:
Chocol frozen foods .fm50
Charles Brooke Mears, a h ,
veteran of WWI. Those who attended ate
80 fg .hi
: Green
were Chaplain ShopI DN .
Browa IOe Cinnamon Powdered
I part! Commander Clark Ec tii Cato or Sugar wNe ...,/ AN
i cles and Legionnaire Cliff ILP s. Dr.t DrW
10.0w : Asserted
i Hill, Ben Lane Bill Haste and e ens Donuts ... 3 $ $ J PJ
Amon R Dunham, Intermentwas ... kl". l. .n9 was BTe
at the Gulf Pines Memor. t' Teo-B k 6 ii OioQ r. sa sseaCOf1s
tat Park. $1. o QQ
Institutional Chairman I Ye' '
George Austin reported h* had

attended a recognition banquetof Penn DgSirh 64.et. ;#
Sunnlland Council of Boy y.Sorer LIquid 0 39- J Venice
Scouts, held in Sarasota in the pk9
interest of the West Coast Boy

Scout Chaplain the program.post Sheppard sick visiting, reportingfor committee KrGft..fpergenf.! 3 22'oz. $1 It' POOEIX Shopping Center

stated that LegionnairesSam ..
Spinosa and the Rev, Wil G J Store Hours
liam L. Everhart! have returned rape I :
home following hospitalization Jelly : M A R K E r s

Reynolds and that and LegionnaireFritz Herman W. 'f o". 37 s Mon. Fn 8:30-9:00: :

;'<,;, ,< ." '
Musolf are on the sick list.
U. S. Navy veteran Carl R. ."f Sat 8:30-: 7:00THE :

Dakln enrolled in the American ,........-......
Legion at Monday
and was administeredthe
Legion obligation by Commander .
Eccles and Chaplain

Sheppard.Sojourning legionnaire welcomed .
as guests at the meeting J S a
were Carl Wiley of PoseyviUe,
Ind.. James Cook of White
PI";n N. Y.. and F H. Denton
of Pittsburgh, Pa




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a % 'Q'ICg1.6L E Gs14liyOBRaa Kiwanis Club Damage Totals Police Report

,.... +.+ Series Of TheftsCity
21Nr '
Sell Sees Scout FilmThe
/ / 0 Police Thursday reported .
To Autos In
varied activities of the $$565 an attempted break-in
Gulf Garden Center. 417 S.
Explorer Clubj, a subsidiaryof Tarruami Trail and, an attemptto
the Boy Scout: of America ,
Tuesday MishapHenry steal hub cap from a sports
to keep up the interest of the
car at Kentucky Military
older boys, were shown to

members of the Venice Kiwan- J Stiffens, 53, Rt. 1, tute.Several of glar were
Is Club Wednesday In a 25- Box M229, Mobile Gardens, removed from a rear window
IjHE minute color sound film. Englewood, was charged with
at the Garden Center but there
VENICE GONDOLIER Houses For Sale Rentals Business Personals Scene photographed in all failure to yield the right of was no evidence of entry and

CLASSIFIED Library History part of the United States were way by City Police Tuesday nothing was missing police
FOR QUICK SALE North CLEAN ATTRACTIVE duplex. TYPEWRITERS and Adding shown and the activities included after a two-car: collision at The

Port Charlotte Nearly new 1 Furnished. 2 bedrooms Tile Machines (mechanically operated skin diving, canoe trip, Rialto and Sovrano Rd. said.Capt.. Robert Cain, a teacher

BATES bedroom CB construction. Bath. Electric kitchen, gas ) Chemically cleaned ToldRotarians sailing horseback tripe, trout According: to Patrolman William at KMI, told police he thwarted
Heat and airconditioned. Loaded heat. Carport. Lovely neighbor. like new. Just $12.50 plus partsif fishing and father-and-son Kruger Jr., the Investi- an attempt to steal hub cap

Rdt.s. both ursd.y with extras. Tax: free. $3,300 hood. Citrus Highlands Phone required. All makos. Venice hunting trip as well as Jazz gating officer, the driver of the from his auto when he spottedtwo
Charge Monday EditIoN cash. For further information 438.2789. Stationers 211 W, Venice Ave. music and square dancing second vehicle was Joe E. Mc- youths removing them.

.nd I see Owner, 119 Aero Ave. 488-6113. By Library Head"Once The boy In the Explorer Murray 23, 1064 Roberta St. When they saw him they ran

$150 NICE ROOM, private entrance. Let us do PAPERHANGING Clubs also took up more educational Steffeni, who was driving from the scene after droppingthe
FURNISHED or UNFURNISHed Reasonable 1036 MyrtleAve. and your subjects such as electronics east on Sovrano told Kruger two "cape" they had re

|112| word ,minimum 1 2 bedroom, 1 bath. FlorIda ., Venice, Phone after 12, chic First-class painting. Reason you get the library" missile launching gas that he did not see the McMur- moved.
.ddilional Words each: k I room. 200x100 ft. lot. Trees 4881858.DELUXE. 474-2550. : work. Kroupa habit Rockwood you Bullard start learning engines juvenile delinquency.A ray auto approaching from the l lV.Do
galore Phone 4881542. five-man south on The Rialto when hr
inter-club delegation
2 BEDROOMS 2 Friends of the Library told : ':: : .

CASH rrtes, both* Piursoay GOLDEN BEACH baths complete by season or Auto For Sale the Rotary Club Thursday, He of Kiwanians from continued across the intersection Elferdink'i of Osprey I a
after the
Nearly at
stopping stop
Edition year. 100 The Esplanade 488- Southberg, Pennsylvania, were
Monday children should
.nd new 2 bedroom urged that
2 bath
5698. books guests of the local club Wednesday sign I $100,000 Liquidation Sale] t
screened porch reading good an
S1.40 patio car- noon in the Early Wynn Damage to the Steffens car
port utility with drapes, NEW CO-OP Apartment. 64 Buick LeSabre early age.Speaking. Steak House and received a ; was estimated at $300 and to fP TO 49% OFF i

word minimum: ) double antenna. Many extras. Near beach. Swimming pool, at the weekly meet. big ovation as well as 11 visit. the McMurray auto $261> There i
|Ill 5c Only 10% down Phone 488- host dock. Feb. and March.Ph. 4-Dr. Hardtop Sedan Ing of the Venice: .Nokomls Rotary Int; Kiwanians from other partsof were no Injuries. :,:-.:,:,,
Words-each .. .
Additional 1643: for unusual buy 488.5980 or 488.2639. Club in the Early" Wynn's the United States. .
3000 Miles Steak House, Bullard traced
y. Ana 'fy Y: "'': MUST SACRIFICE 2 bedroom FOR RENTALSIn Was Car
: :i : $4000 the history of the free public
.. Ihrn M I wrUnh te'.Y: 2 bath custom-built CBS, Venice Area library idea for the Venice ed they hoped to have their
a. "d.t: ;:
-"I $3500
lilt :' : aaarn Inaartlaa af li aaala to near beach. Central heat air- See area from the time "we started own new library building within e-INSTALL-; I
wnM. PQw..lay conditioning. Fully modern. R. J. RHODES the next two They
:/., h af tha CaaMiat CHIPS JOHNSON to talk back In May 1962. year
.. ylplir w ea..lfleaa 4881301. Realtor I Magnolia Ave "But it was still Just a lot have a 100 year lease on a .
I 200 200 foot lot Nokomis
of talk," be said "until we :x on
Either GULF BEACH FRONT-3 Bdr. 306 W Venice Av. 488-2279 No.omisT.I.488SJIO
ONE EDITION got the county commissioners Ave. In Blalock Park at $1 a
Monday 3 bath airconditioned Com.pletely year rental and have over $26,-
TIMIrsd.y or paper Interested in the Venice li HEATING
I furnished. Exclusive lo. CASEY KEY on the Gull. 2 '
000 toward the construction of
8c :
word brary. When they allotted .
,ig us "
cation. bedroom
100x500. SeawaUcd. No furnished house.Screened ,
building He explained the
12 words) $32,000 last for the .
(Minimum year upkeep
city tax. By appointment only. porch. 488-1333 488- t
only they not
reason were
:ASH DISCOUNT 5% 4884006. 2191. Boats For Sale of a library we were Inbusiness"
he added a camn' l I the present time was due to
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I VENICE GARDENS Mobile Homes MUST SELL, 22' "Revel The $32,000 cannot be used the present' -Mve for an addi--

One Edition, per Inch $3.00 Waterfront $17.600 Craft" cabin cruiser standup for anything but the purchaseof tion to the Venice Hospital. g 6SgNO
I 10x46 FT MODERN TRAILER head twin 1961 40 H.P. Ev- books and expenses of maintaining -
bedroom ;
Both Edition, per Inch $3.50 3 2 tile baths, washer "The library I la Important but
I dryer drapes lawn mow. 10x18 ft. utility room, inrude "Lark" motors. Loaded the library he explain I CORP

ads 'In er and extra outside pump 30x100 ft. lot. Private subdivis- with extras. Everything in excellent ed. But through this grant we so Is the hospital" he declared 744 Venice' Ave. E. Venice, Fla. ....'359 I
All for watering. Modern kitchen .on. 81 Hatchet Creek Rd., VenIce condition Only 1475. were able to make a deal with "we need both of them."

iJviica", eicept established with eating space. Large fully Bay Trailer Park. Phone 488-4961 the Venice-NokomIs Women's I
iccounNk Club to take over their libraryfor
improved lot nicely landscaped : NEW AND USED TRAILERS '58, l-FT. INBOARD. 75 H.p. a rental of $250 a month'

CANCELLATION er street fronting and on wide paved 13' to 50'. See New Moons. Fla. Valvo-Pinto. Hard top plywood and I hire a full time profession
overlooking wide Metro Models H. J, Darlington fibreglass top and bot al librarian. I
ADJUSTMENT expanse of water. One of Sales Tunnel controlled THRU TIlEReal
Nokomia Hwy. U. Ph. tom. stern, 483 Card
choice location
ttqimh for cancellation: : .. Gardens. in Venice 488-2608. either forward or aft. 12-ln. "We opened the women's

of adjustment b e e au. of draft. Suitable for bay or gulf. club library as a free libraryon
irrar must be made for MYRON McGLYNN. Realtor 10' x 48' VINDALE ALUMINUM Sacrifice $1,500. Can be financed Jan. 8 and in just one t

Wxlay. Gondolier BEFORE 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 2 bedrooms tiled bath, Phone 4S8-3157. month's time we have issue) f Estate

5 i pjn. on Monday. For Mon- fas heat, large gas tank wall 483 free library cards: to theme!
2 BEDROOM completely fur- Oven Kelvinator sliding doors, Misc. For Sale
d day Gondolier BEFORE S who live in the Venice area
ninhrd Separate garage. exceptional closet space and and l loaned out over 3,000 '
P.IIon Thundav. Warm Mineral Springs. $10,500.RussellRUby cabinets, TV antenna, awnings TWIN BEDS, complete dresser books" he stated Corner R.

PHONE Margarita St., covered patio. Not new but repainted and mirror. Ideal for Bullard also explained thata ,
Phone 426-1203. Inspection in- and refurnished. Nice boy' room. Phone 4881856. large number of new books r

488-3125 rited. location and wonderful neigh. had been added to the 8,000
bors. Lot 150 or call at office. volumes in the women's club
2 BEDROOM, Modem house on HARBOR LIGHTS. $85. Phone 488-3235.
library and the free is
channel. Central heat air library AND LOT VALUES
conditioning Florida room. SPARTAN IMPERIAL Mobile LOT ON FIELD AVE. close to now open 47 hours a week Instead

Real EstateA Mortgage arranged. Channel Home. lJ'x20": Florida room new church, 1850. New 6 of the 13 hours aa formerly

Lane, Nokomis, 4885062. 16'xl5' cement carport, cement gal Mercury gas tank end .
I walks, 12'xl2' screened porch, hose, 18-gaU tempo side tanks lie also" mentioned that In i
STEAL ON GULF large lot BY OWNER. Low down pap 12'xll C.B. utility room, on 2 used. Will swap for Trolling addition to the local papers,
1(10( ft. Gulf beech 384 ft i ment. 2 bedroom, 1 bath city lots. Will sell for : outfit Phone 488-1845. the library has copies of the
corner 2 BLOCKS TO
depth with dock on Bay 2 bed. New MODEL HOUSE *
home in Venice Gardens. Must cash: or will take lot in Venice York Times the Wall I
rom, concrete block home sell. Phone 4881827. area as down payment. 488- I, NEW It USED GARAGE Street Journal and the Chris In East Venice Downtown Venice .
rth.! big 2 car garage. Use as EQUIPMENT. tian Science Monitor on hand

nice home or convert to income 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath. Florida 4118. Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication for those who wish to read. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths City Water 2 BEDROOMS I BATH

or investment property. I Room. Golden Beach section Equipment Repairs In closing] the speaker atat- Formica Kitchen Paved Street 50'x 120' Lot
Zoned R3 multiple use. Drastically 828 Roberts St., Venice Make Help WantedMALE TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO.
Carport S Utility Centrally-ducted: Gas Heat TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00H.
reduced for quick sale offer 1070 DeSoto Rd., Legal
to C3,500, only $5,700 cash no I OR FEMALE Sales. Sarasota Fla Screened Porch Prepaired for Air. N. WIMMERS

dosing costs Byron M. Mark. FOR SALE or LONG TERM man for Model Homes built Call collect 335-1240 IN Trig!: COUIfTlUnGE'S COURT Corner Lot 85 I ISO conditioninq: REALTOR

It, Realtor. hone 4884706. I Lease-Corner, 1 block southof by leading Sarasota County IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY *
Venice city limits U.S. 41. Builder. Venice Area. Licensenot BLOND WURUTZER Organ FLORIDA IN PROBATE 221 W. Miami Ave.

FRONTAGE U S, 41 Clean CB 2 bath house originally designed essential Phone 488-1474 or No. 4600.. Perfect condition. IN RFl FSTATK WLNMAN OKIILNUV ALLEN Dm.-d. GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT 488.5308

high dry $50 foot. Near new for conversion and expansion : 4882528. Phone 4B8 3235. Prohat FII. No. 7SH 4886413INTERESTED
courthouse site. Phone 488-6160. to offices or other All CREDITOR CRKDnoRHTO AND PFHROm
-- commercial: use Zoned CI-A. WHITE FEMALE for general Found HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS r

FOR SALE by owner First Realtors housework and cooking Family FOUND-Young female, black AGAINST Voe ara. HAITI hereby ESTATB notidfd' : and ra.julTHfile A GOOD BUY JIJ
MI,. on local property, 8%: Brrnn MarkU Ruth May of two. Must have transpor.tion. In any .1.," Int. Presnt 4R8-4706 4881833. Steady employment. Ph. and tan German Shl'l"erddor. m.r h..... ...t..t tha K"...... at HENRY City of Venice: Lot 75 x 150,
payments monthly. ........ ..
Phone 488-3485. WKNMAN ALLEN is of .
balance $4.489.80. Address I 4B8-133H Sa'...... Cunt,, Florida in tha office ? City Water, Sewer and Pavement
Box 801, Lake Worth, Fla. VENICE GARDENS. 1 bedrooms of H... JOHN T. GRAHAM SirunUCaamr in and Pair For, $1,900
Jud... !I" the County Court
2 baths, air conditioned. : Situation Job Printing H_ .t Sa......., florid" with!. all J
INCOME PROPERTY Own.er' No brokers. Can be seen calendar month from th. ..... ol th.lirot H. N. Wlmmers Realtor FOR RENT
by Call 4886716Week CLEANING* WORK or care of publication of Ohio Nolle. -
living quarters plus 7 All of business and Keh, clam or dmaixl mint U Inrltiiur. 2 Bedroom Houte (Unfurnished
overnights Can be days, 488-1770 Sat and convalescent: or invalid. Ex. types and la duplicate ahall "a..
to Sunday. perienced. Write P.O. Box 1012. personal stationery, cards, pla- tba .1... ot ...Id.... and |x.l offictaddraai REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent ) in Venice Gardens.
ffic\-ncy apartments 238'on ards, tlrkrts programs etc., of the CUIm.nl hall .ba .wro .. $95.00 month
Trail, zoned commercial. Venice .b>. the Cla'm.nt, ha scoot or hi.ittorneyf .. for Wetter Union Telegraph per
Pool be for quickly
SWIMMING can yon
Low dcmnpayment 6% interest BEAUTIFUL home. 2 bedrooms den FlorIda RECEPTION-CLERK. Experienced properly and for a air priceby .II 1.00 Mini.ahall fa* and.ba _ace aiieb p..tool ilaln br or a Monday thru Friday 9 to 5: Saturday to I Martin S. Stancik

on balance to qualified buyer room. 21x31 screened patio. References. Phone your Florida hometownlewspipcr. d..nand not Hi flied .h.ll ba Told. Th. CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

Will consider trade-in medium Furnished if desired. Good finmcmg. 488-3363. Equipped for both at flllnafat Mm.. .. and may claim ba addl'dn. fnmu mar the amount lo ob.talnad .
priced residence downPlyment and offset drilling .. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice' 488-5441
for 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood letterpress from the C etc. Let as FSTrUCR TORRENS AM.EN.aa -
Ph. 488-6039. stapling padding, ..y;
Grove City Personal Kxertitrlt!: at tba t:rtata ofpnAswru ,
quote yon on your next job. Henn W........ AI". fleaAtb.sm -. '
ANONYMOUS, P. O. Ko 747,
nearly new 2 bedroom house.. I Mondays 8 p.m., St. Mark's 118-124 B. Malml Ave.. I Vwiica-Nnkomla; Bank Bid...., Priced Right To Sell/
handle small down Vanle Florida
Can on payment *
IN BAY POINT, High and Phone 4882307. Episcopal Church Parish Hall. Phone 4M-31U: I Put.ll.ln 1... 'S:*. 17. Feb 1. Id. 1 M. NEW only $10,900Very

dry. SS'xm'. Close to beach. I' Call 4884794. nice: 2 bedroom home.
Value $1,350. Make offer 488- LegalNOTICB I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BATH HOME
3 Beautiful kitchen. 17' 16'
8629. GOLDEN BEACH near qulf ANY LADY 21 years or over REOISTtR FICTITIOUS NAM x
whose last name begins with Th. undenlvnad doe haraby eartlfylhat Centrally Located livinqroom. I II' x IS screen
Two bedrooms two batht !: OF TNTFNTIOM" TO h. .la eonduetlnir a Terrain) and
who cuts out ad of O'Do- CITY WATER SEWER AND PAVED STREETS '13' 22' 100'
LOT 582 "A" REC.lSTtR: FICTITIOUS NAME Ctmant builnm at Nokoml Florida. porch. x carport.
Venice Gardens. Price 30 foot Florid. room lan'i Bar and presents it Tues- Tha undania-nad don harchr Inch under tha flctitloo. ..,.. of VENICETt.RRAZZO 158' lot. 1375 ft. under
11.850. Write a CEMtNT: COMPANY i sq.
Walter bulnau DOWN
Polskl. will receivea that ah la aaniluctliw Girt Shop $2,000
585 73rd Ave. No. St. Petersburg I en 112 ft. corner: lot. day or Wednesday at 111\40\ Miami An., W, inter. tha and that aald firm .la eompoanl of th. roof.
FREE pizza pie. Must have fi.utbu..us. of Eltiutura. G.II," and following. Dcraona whoa name and
Fla. 519 GULF STREET Identification. Call Monday for Oat .Id firm It ..m....... of the followlar plug of rmldenna ara aa follow t $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER LOW TAXES AND UPKEEP
po....... whnaa nom. and place* Jnappa. H. Brown, flavTlvw Parfctray, CONVENIENT LOCATION I
eves I "'.""H" O" SIC':!. IT" ronfirmation. Tom O'Dolan of Nalifrnnt ara aa fnllownJuti. Nokomia, Florida I p 0. Boa H'J. Van.k. .
AlSo VENIrE 11!' 'NII8a MITES M. Parna. 128H Miami A.... WoOVe"i. .. rut FRANK C. RAEBURN H. P. HORN
_OWNER. LOU JACOBb.Hfy For Sale Personals ... ria.Ownmhlp. O..hl. of Vanlra Tnraaao 4 C* .
Apts. of Slinabira Gallrrr .la aaMIOW.I m.nt Company la aa followai JoacphIt REALTOR REALTOR
Soon. 100 _t.
B-K INLET Seawalled. priv- CO-OP. bedroom 1 Dressmaking, alterations draperies Jim. M. Payna. 100 Mnt It .la my lnl....llon. to apply to th.Clark 251 W. Venice: Ave. Phones: 0488.1600-488.2649 PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.
ate boat DELUXE to the' of tha Clmilt Court In and for
basins. E. L. Kilton It" mr Intanthx to apply .
bath and 2 bedroom 2 bath etc. reasonable Ckrk of tha' Clrault. Court ,la anj torSaruol Saraaota County, Florida to rarlitor th. 41 and Albee Rd.
Jayshore Drive Nokomis ..... ....
furnished. County Florida, to rwUtartha VKNICI TFRRAZZO CEMENT :-
furnished partly
or aald ...... Simon Galltrr nndwtha COMPANY vndar tha rrovbloniof
8I RYE LOT Venice Good for 488-5698. vrorlllona. ft ChipMr 10>6l. Lays n..... ....... L... of Florida, Asa I
/acation cottage. Sacrifice SHEPARD of n.'I.... A.... of I 4I.Wltaaaa of 1X1.Wltnaai.
m, .bnd u.ot. day of Tny band this. lint day ofJaaairy. Wx1 .- 1
JM1.500. Call 924-5484 Sara RentalsC
January 1M4.
-- .b..h. Fob. e. 1ft. 17. 54 1164. .., I.". M. Fyh. t. 10. iT 1506
SOUTH !: prime h..... ...I .BilL... ...U.LooaMd.lth .,t.... .. ." 1003 N. Washington Blvd. COMES CHOICE LOTS
omesites nearEbeach. C.H LOU JACOB 4M-IMT Saraiota I 85 feet wide
eq Low- call IMPORTED .
8o prlcea. Box 800, Rt. I. FURNISHED or UNFURNISHed SEE or CALL
Sprlnga. Fla 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Flor. ELLIOTT PAUL '

ida room, 200x100 ft. lot. Tree. for Seagrass LARRY REDFORD
Houses For Sale galore. Phone 4881542. ROOF TRUSSES r" IT'S A HONEY FOR THE MONEY Alice.

SMALL SINGLE Apartment. Alum. Windows t Door PATIO RUGSIdeal CHIPS JOHNSONReal

.AI.... aDR.I 8UBVIIBAN lI.tl......' No pets. Heat. Light cooking. Contract Roofing & Painting A 3 BEDROOM HOME CITY OF VENICE Estate
.re. U.d.e
JM c .: OU JACOBS, .$11.11.e5.5ATIbedrppm Utilities furnished. $8.50 week. Phone 488-2132 Venice for the screened porch: 306 W. Venice: Ave ;.

488-4006. patio or family room. LARGE LOT LARGE TREES! Your own picnic rounds. Phone 0488.3609-488-2241

HOUSES City water and tower Garbage Disposal Automatic Water

i 2 bath. City water 'st' s i R.,. 35e 22ct.Reg. Softner, on paved itreet. Best section of town

'Iii.306'L Venice teptic Unk. C.B.S.. SUNBRIGHT Sq. Ft. .... .. LOT ALONE WORTH 5000. YOU CAN WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
Wlth 2 bedroom 1 bath city water JANITOR SERVICE '" "' <<. i BUY THIS LARGE HOME 995

Venice septic tank C.B.S., 111.IJ .- $37.80 EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY VlWl OR

*: bedroom Gardena. 2 bath. City THE BEST WAY TO GET YOUR CLEANING DONE! 9' X 12' PATIO RUG .................... $24.95 WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW! SELLINGYou're

51 Esst Gat.. All wlth'pavedI of experience behind us. !

I ilk!u. Phone M41S or <08- Whether its floors to clean or walls, eaves 'APlil. Warm Mineral Springs Area
if P
-- and windows to wash CALL USI! I I 1 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW! $400. Down $67 Monthly

101J788 VEriICE. 3 bedroom 2 Also equipped to shampoo rugs andcarpets. 'lymenti Including Inferett end Principal

lIt, heated alrconditloned.f88.1 Can be walked on Immediately.

--- PHONE 488.1964 264 So. Trail In Venice 488.2198 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-J24!


dOCk room.Reasonable, 1% bathe, garage, License Insured Member of Chamber of Commerce See Our Large Selection Buy From Our Large Inventory Branch Office: at Kent Motel, Phone 488-1695 i iI

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PAGE,_,..nCircles, r

Begin Meets February Tomorrow Of \WSCS i In I) I r w SHOPPINGIS WHERE ""

February circle meetings of U D PLEASURE!

the Woman's Society for
Christian Service of Grace
Methodist Church wiU be heldon
Tuesday and Wednesday
TIM Tueiday meeting will
Naomi Circle 9:90 a.m.. at
the home of Mr*. Clayton J,
Walter of 611 Armada Road,
devotion and program by Mr.
W. C. BOMRebecca IOO lp TEA IOO
Circle 10 a m., at
the home of Mrs Ben Moots of Green Stamps
(W Beatrice Drive: devotion sY 6It_...p.J r ea
and program by Mr LaVar rp SDcW..
ti Smith. 700 EXTRA LUNCH" MIATS1isfees.".*,l.t.. IT* g
Grace Circle 1'SO p.m., at ,01"t..of" I 11
the home of Mrs. D. V. Stapel. ,. ; RZ7.
ton of 407 Maggior Road;Mrs.devotions : w FREE & H 8000000000000000000 ,
and program by

Edith Bather: Fuos Circle 2pm. at the r 1 POOLIX 1 GREEN
church: with Mrs. Reide Only k E 8 IOO lXTRAh1OO;
as hostess; devotions and program ,, 7I 1 STAMPS
1' by Mrs. Arthur Swanson ,- ;e t % M A R K i T s' J"j Green Stamps! : *
Miriam Circle :2 p.m., at the .
home of Mrs. Austin H. Beebeof PJso ;; u I DECAF INSTANT COFFEE

Mr 686. Orvis Menendez Dell:and devotions program by v Zi 'frae 8-01. |Jor SI.44

by Mr. Glenn NorqulstLot ( 0 e
Circle, 8 p.m., at the t 8000000000000000000 11III
home of Mrs. Harry R. Show- # r SWIFT'S PREMIUM GOVT. INSPECTED
Sit Venezia Park devotions
and Mr
Q S. Keeter program Jr. I FRESH NOT FROZEN 10 O X'XIXTRA"X"XI; 0 0
On Wednesday the Mary A ,
Martha Circle will meet at 1 "FRYER QUARTER SALE" J1i Green Stamps !
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Russell i'0 !
'rl Ma i4s..rdawdreh
E. Lux of South Venice o
Blvd.: devotion by Mrs. Robert
Gamble. BREASTS (with 6O-ct. bo*. 93e
yu ribs)
4 8000000000000000000 lID
u+ .: ,
E'wccd Legion

Slates Dance e or LEGS looEXTRA, IOOI

5O J" Green !

ENGLEWOOD Englewood I ..**!$- stampsj.
Legionnaire will\ sponsor the
third of a series of winter community
dance on Friday night, down produce lathe C ttratch' :style '
Feb. 21, in the Legion ballroomon P'I
McCall Road. lb.
At the bimonthly
regular se-
(ion of Lemon Bay Post 276, Tatty Vins-Rip.n.d t

held chairman Monday Bill Schultz night,announced dance TOl11atoes, bri boske qt. 39c 50mlr' laAill'50

his committee has engagedthe '
west coast favorite Red Green !
Landstrum and his dance com sh1. IItIa_ stampsj.
bo to provide a program of live MODESS BELTS (
music for modern and square Swift'l Premium ANY SIZE ...
; dancing that assure all who D Dinner Franks n,49< MM. Ptt. U i.e
attend a lively night of danc ; . i t3oo ooB
ing and socializing Admission / o

to the dance is 1i cents per _ _
and tickets be
person may purchased M
at the door. r Am 50
A* in the past party tables! soGreen
can be arranged The chairman REG. 33e SIZE oe SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN

attend urged and suggested all legionnaire organiz to, GOV'T-INSPECTED TENDER-AGED I .itk.*...- stampsj

log hilarious: neighborhood evening parties of entertain.ment. for a. BLUE D HEAVY WESTERN BONELESS HOUOWAY Vfch MHMtt ;

IC-ea. pki. 79
Schultz announced the dance ROUf.D Soo ferNr. wM. IM 'f OOQB)
commute will meet at his CI.IEER
home, ISO E Wentworth St., on

Monday The committee night, Feb. of 10 legionnaires e !50mlp l:: 50
in charge arrangmenti -
includes Bill Schultz i J1i j Green
chairman; Hugh Green, treasurer
n M+Ifs
en///.Iw s6
Clayton Rhodes, Ben C P8j
Lane, Ernest Thelin, Clark 19 EAJT-OFF PINE SCOT PINE J J14oc.
Eccles, George Austin, G. F. 33e bor. 5Se
Higgmbotham, Jay Fitting, sing C
Harry' Wyatt, Mrs. Hilda H. 7 9 E1mQooooOOoooQom8
Clare and Mrs. Ernest Thelin Ib.
During the Lemon Bay Post
meeting Commander Clark Ec- limit 1 per customer wI PRICES ("'
cles announced the appoint. purchases of $3.00 or more 50 r1rKIIXTRA"'Jr50
ment of Legionnaire John EFFECTIVE
White to the office of post lergeant J1i Green
-at-arms, pro tern I M+1lsepse./a.d.ssi
Senior Vice Commander Ben r FEB. 10, 11, a'64 GOLD SEAL GLASS WAX
Lane 1964: membership PJ
celt Sto
man reported the post memo
bership is nearing the quota 4 '. ... 8000000000000000000Loci. .
mark and urged all membersto
renew their 1964 member \." ., .. claim specials
ship at once to aid the post in s. ,. J', "
attaining its quota thereby Betty W .u 50 fREti("'
Delicious .r r' Kraft'* Cheese SpreadVelveeta UUU uuu50/
qualifying the organization for

state awards.and Lane national also citations reported and the rune Ju= .' i 89* .bI preen M+ Slamps
Englewood area veterans in. W.ss.ee/d.dweli
formation census project is V.ry 'i". .ce 2 9c SALADA BAGS
well underway. He called for >> bot Betty Crocker Chocolate or Reliln, OotiMolCookies. 100ct. plaT:! 51.04

more interviewers to volunteer A 'Ie '1S .... -- -.. .... .. -

assistance Post Chaplain m the project.Louie Sheppard P 5 aUce J Jo... . pili. 39 IIIIr

reported a detachment of Borden'i Tom' Dutch 6 Slig. 25 c
legionnaire recently officiatedas ,
pall bearers at the funeral C hocol frozen foods.om 'wr.Am50Lib&
of Charles Brooke Hears a
\ i r\ veteran of WWI. Those who at. a f e rg .hi p<< reen

f I.'r I t tended, Commander were: Chaplain Clark Sheppard EC- yi Deep-Brow.. C:n' 1 Oc Morton's Cinnamon or Powdered Sugar $.Fs Diet ee.awe. Orirt?raes.dlseslet AnerM p.1

1 Hill cles, Ben and Lane Legionnaire Bill Haste ClIff and lJns! Donuts 3 'fe M, J reg. com. 87Venice .

Amon R. Dunham. Intermentwas 6 #2 B, rtrNw IW1. M U. 1-
g .
at the Gulf Pines Memorial cons $1 QOQQOOOOQOOOOOOOOQC
Park. j. .
Institutional Chairman I u ury
George Austin reported he had ry ea Bags
attended a recognition banquet Fenn 64-et
of Sunmland Council of Boy y Sarsr ... 3 9-
Dish Pkg,
Scouts, held in Sarasota, in the M
interest of the West Coast Boy
Scout program. ; Shopping Center
Chaplain Sheppard, reportingfor Kroft'. rgenf.' 3 u.oi. pooiix
the post sick visiting com. Popular S'8' $1 '
mittee stated that LegionnairesSam f
Spinosa and the Rev. Wil Grap Store Hours:

liam lion Fritz home, L.Reynolds and Everhart following that and have Legionnaire Herman hospitaliza.returned W.. e Jell,. 'f :"' 3 7 k;: RK6ts,: MoD. Fri. 8:30: ..9:00:

Husolf are on the sick list a a 'riy "' ., \ ,. Sal 8s30i.c 7:00
U. S. Navy veteran, Carl ItDakln ;..;;.; 1 ->#:l:,', ", :
enrolled in the American it -+ae'aemAfOis' ,M
Legion at Monday night
meeting and was administeredthe
Legion obligation by Com

mander Eccles and Chaplain Save More in '6 4
Sheppard. <
I Sojourning legionnaires wel S tamps 1 1t !
corned as guest at the meeting ,
were Carl Wiley of Poseyvllle
hid. James Cook of White t
P! ;n N Y and H Deni-
ion ot Pittsburgh, :.,




10. 1964

Kiwanis Club Damage Totals Police Report

Series Of TheftsCity
4wr Sees Scout FilmThe
QUYHI,Rf Police Thursday reported .
To Autos In
varied activities of the $$565 an attempted break-in at
Gulf Garden Center, 417 S.
Explorers Cuba, a subsidiary Tamiami Trail and an attemptto
of the Boy Scouts of America, I
steal hub caps from a sports
Tuesday Mishap
to keep up the interest of the
car at Kentucky Military Insti
older boys, were shown to

members of the Venice KiwanIs Henry J. Steffens, 53, Rt. 1, I tute.Several of glass were
Club '/ednesday In a 25-: Box M229, Mobile Gardens removed from a rear window
minute color sound film. Englewood, was charged with
at the Garden Center, but there
THE VENICE Houses For Sale Rentals Business Personals Scenes photographed in all failure to yield the right of was no evidence of entry and

Library History parts of the United States were way by City Police Tuesday nothing was missing, police
CLASSIFIED FOR QUICK SALE North CLEAN, ATTRACTIVE duplex. TYPEWRITERS and Adding shown and the activities Included after a two-car collision at The said.

Port Charlotte. Nearly new 1 Furnished. 2 tted rooms, Tile Machines (mechanically operated skin diving, canoe tripe, Rialto and Sovrano Bd. Capt. Robert Cain, a teacher

RATES bedroom, CB construction Bath. Electric kitchen, gas ) Chemically cleaned, ToldRotarians sailing, horseback tripe, trout According to Patrolman William at KMI, told police he thwartedan
Heat and airconditioned. Load: heat. Carport. Lovely neighbor.. like new. Just $12 50 plus parts fishing and father-and-son Kruger Jr., the investigating !- attempt to steal hub caps

Rafa. both ursd.y ed with extra. Tax free. $3,300 hood. Citrus Highlands Phone if required. All makes Venice hunting trips as well as jau off.cer, the driver of the from his auto when he spotted
f3MrgI Monday Edltlolll cash. For further information 438-2785.: Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. music and square dancing. second vehicle was Joe E. Mc- two youths removing them.

.cod/ see Owner, 119 Aero Ave. 4886113. By Library Head"Once The boys In the Explorer Murray, 23, 1064 Roberta StSteffens When they saw him they ran

$150 NICE ROOM, private entrance. Clubs also took up more educational who was driving from the scene after dropping
FURNISHED or UNFURNISHed. Reasonable, 1036 Myrtle your subjects such as electronics east on Sovrano, told Kruger the two "caps" they had re "
word ) 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Flor. Ave, Venice Phone after 12, and painting. Reasonable you get the library" missile launching, gas that he did not see the McMur- moved.
[112 1 First-class work. habit start
minimum learning,
4881858.DELUXE you
Additional/ 6c I Ida room. 200x100 ft. lot. Trees 474-2550. Rock-wood Bollard, president engines, Juvenile delinquency.A ray auto approaching from the
galore, Phone 4881542.: south on The Rialto when he
five-man Inter-club dele ,.,
:2 Friends of the Library, told 1
CASH rHei, both Thursday i GOLDEN BEACH baths complete, by season or Auto For Sale the Rotary Club Thursday, He gation of Klwanlans from continued after across the at intersection the Elferdlnk's of Osprey
Nearlynew stopping
Monday Edition year 100 The Esplanade, 48856D8. urged that children should Southberg, Pennsylvania, were I
,nd i 2 bedroom S bath start reading good books at an guests of the local club Wednesday sign.Damage I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I
screened the
S1.M i porch patio carport noon in the Early Wynn to Steffens car
I utility with drapes, NEW CO-OP Apartment.Near 64 Buick LeSabre early age.Speaking Steak House and received a was estimated at $300 and to UP TO 49% OFF ,
double antenna. beach at the weekly meetIng the McMurray auto $26'i. There
mInimum Many extras. Swimming pool, big ovation as well as 11 visit- .
|112| word ) Only! 10% down Phone 0488i hoat dock. Feb. and March.Ph. 4-Dr. Hardtop Sedan I of the Venice Nokomis Rotary Ins; Kiwanlans from other partsof were no Injuries. ._ ... ,-A
Additional' Wwdi- each Se Club In the \ -------
i tatS for unusual buy 483-S980 or 4S8-2S39. Early Wynn's the United States.
3000 Miles Steak Houae, Bollard traced
:- APr A:-.'....':':,t."tGONDOLIER I MUST SACRIFICE 2 bedroom FOR RENTALS Web $4000 Car the history of the free public INSTALL -

.,.;.I f.'... t.u... I' ...... I 2 bath, custom-built CBS, la Venice Ares Now $3500R. I library idea for the Venice ed they hoped to have their "
: near beach. Central heat own new library building with
:. : son If airconditioning. See area from the time "we started WEATHERTRON""IATINOQ"
"A...r.tr... ..tlrr If ".0. Fully modern. CHIPS JOHNSON J. RHODES to talk back In May 1962. in the next two years. They
,M aeathar to. nNlrC to eteeerrUe*. 4881301, I Ave. "But it wee situ just a lot have a 100 year lease on a
Realtor I Magnolia of talk," he said, "until we 200 x: 200 foot lot on Nokomis AIL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP t
ONE EDITION Either GULF BEACH FRONT-3 Bdr 306 W. Venice Av.. 488-2279 Nokomis got the county commissioners Ave. In Blalock Park at $1 a

1Iursday! or Monday papt" 3 bath, airconditioned. Com Tel. 488-MIO interested In the Venice li. year rental and have over $26,-
pletely furnished. Exclusive lo- CASEY KEY on the Gulf. :2 '
000 toward the construction of
Pit' word Be brary. When they allotted us .
cation. 100x500. Seawallcd No bedroom furnished houie.
{Minimum 12 words) city tax. Screened 488-1333 I $32,000 last year for the upkeep a building. He explained the .
By appointment only, porch. 488- only reason they were not making
of library in '
:ASH DISCOUNT 5% 4884006. 2151. Boats For Sale a we were .
business," he added. a camn*.!l""n for funds at
the present time was due to
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY VENICE GARDENS Mobile Homes MUST SELL 22' Revel The $32,000 cannot be used the present Mv* for an addition

On Edition, per Inch $3.00 Waterfront $17,600 00 Craft" cabin cruiser stand. for anything but the purchaseof to the Venice Hospital. 'al"'" C6OLINO
10x46 FT. MODERN TRA : head twin 1961 40 H.P. Ev.1 books and expenses of ma n-
Inch $3.50All 3 bedroom, 2 tile baths, wash. up ;
Both Edition, per "The library is Important but
er, dryer, drapes, lawn mow. ER, 10x18 ft. utility room, inrude "Lark" motors. Loaded I taming the library, he explain. CORP
cluulf.d er and extra outside pump 50x100 ft. lot. private subdivision. with extras. Everything in excellent I ed. But through this grant we so is the hospital," he declared 744 Venice A... E. Venice, Fla. 488-5359 I
ad payabU In for watering Modern kitchen 61 Hatchet Creek Rd., Venice condition. Only $1,475 were able to make a deal with I "we need both of them."

inct except established with eating space Large ful Bay Trailer Park. Phone 488-4961. I the Venice-Nokomls Women's
ICCOIll1t.. Club to take over their libraryfor
ly improved nicely landscaped NEW ANt USED TRAILERS '58, HEFT INBOARD. 75 H.P. a rental of $250 a month

CANCELLATION lot fronting on wide paved 13' to 50'. See New Moon. Fla. Valvo-Prnto. Hard top, plywood and hire a full time profession
or street and overlooking wide Metro Models. H. J. Darlington fibreglass top and bot al librarian I

ADJUSTMENT expanse of water. One of Sales, Nokomis, Hwy. 41. Ph. tom. Tunnel stern, controlled 483 Cards THRU THEReal
Requests for canctllation( .. choice locations in Venice 488-2608. either forward or aft. 12-ln.: I "We opened the women's 8

or iduitmant[ became of Gardens. draft. Suitable for bay or gulf club library as a free libraryon

MTor! mult b* mad. for MYRON McGLYNN. Realtor 10' x 46' V1NDALE ALUML Sacrifice $1,500. Can be financ- : Jan. 6 and in just one
nwnday Gondolier BEFORE 452 Shamrock: Ph. 488-4974 NUM :2 bedrooms, tiled bath, pd. Phone 4B8-3157 I month's time we have issued 3 Estate

I pjn en Monday. For Mon- gas heat, large gas tank, wall 483 free library cards to those
diy Gondolier BEFORE 5pJ4b 2 BEDROOM, completely furnished oven, Kelvinator sliding doors, Misc. For Sale who live in the Venice area
Separate garage. exceptional! closet space and and loaned out over 3,000 '
on Thund.y. Warm Mineral Springs. $10,500. cabinets TV antenna awnings, TWIN BEDS, complete, dresser books," he stated. I CornerYOUR

PHONE Russell-Rigbr, Margarita St., covered patio. Not new but repainted and mirror, Ideal for Bullard also explained\ that
Phone 426-1203. Inspection in and refurnished. Nice boy's room. Phone 4881856. a large number of new books k

{884125 vited. location and wonderful neigh had been added to the 8,000 fi
bors. Lot 150 or call at office, TOOL HOUSE, portable. 4x8x8, volumes in the women's club
2 BEDROOM, Modern house on HARBOR LIGHTS. $85. Phone 488-3233. 111
library and the free library is
channel. Central heat, air AND LOT VALUES
47 hours Instead >?
now week
conditioning Florida room. SPARTAN IMPERIAL Mobile LOT ON FIELD AVE. close to open a
Real Estate Mortgage: arranged. Channel Home. 12'x20 Florida room, new church, $1,850. New 6 of the 13 hours as form I

Lane, Nokomis, 488-5062 16'x35' cement carport, cement gal Mercury gas tank and erly.
lie also mentioned that In
screened hose. 18-gal. tempo side tanks !
walks 12'xl2' porch
A STEAL ON GULF, large l lot, BY OWNER. Low down payment 12'xll', C.B. utility room" on :3 used. Will swap for Trolling addition to the local papers, rtt.w -
100 ft. Gulf beach M4 ft bath outfit Phone 4881845. the library has. copies of the
2 bedroom I
city lots. Will sell for 2 BLOCKS TO I
depth with dock on Bay. :2 bed. home in Venice Gardens. Must comer cash or win\ take lot in Venice New York Times, the Wall MODEL HOUSE I

!mm, concrete block home sell. Phone 4881827. area as down payment. 488- NEW &: USED GARAGE Street Journal and the Christian In East Venice Downtown Venice
Hi. big :2 car garage. Use as i EQUIPMENT. Science Monitor on hand '

i nice home or convert to in- 2 BEDROOM I bath. Florida 4118. i Hydraulic Jack &: Lubrication for those who wish to read.In 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths City Wafer 2 BEDROOMS I BATH

cone or investment property, Room. Golden Beach section I Equipment Repairs. chine the speaker stat- Formica Kitchen Paved Street 50' x 120' Lot

Zoned RJ multiple use. Drastically 828 Roberts St., Venice. Make Help WantedMALE TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. Carport Utility Centrally-ducted Gas Heat TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00
1070 DeSoto Rd.
reduced for quick sale offer. Legal
Screened Porch for Air.
to $3,500., only $5,700 cash, no OR FEMALE Sales- Sarasota, Fla. Prepaired H. N. WIMMERS
closing costa Byron M. Mark. FOR SALE or LONG TERM man for Model Homes built Call collect 335-1240 IN THE: rOUNTT JUDGE'S COURTIN Corner Lot 85 I ISO conditioning REALTOR

It, Realtor. Phone 488-4706. Lease-Corner, 1 block southof by leading Sarasota County AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, *
Venice city limits U.s. 41. Builder. Venice Area. Licensenot
4600. Perfect 488-5308
FRONTAGE U. bath house designed essential. Phone 488-1474 or No. condition. .
S. 41 Clean, CB :2 originally WLNHAN ALLFN. Deerr.d.Pnd.t.
high, dry $50 foot. Near new for conversion and ex 4882528. Phone 4IIR.32.15. Fit., N... 7814NOTICF 4886413INTERESTED
courthouse site Phone 488-6160. pansion to offices or other AIL C'RKDITORS AND PFRRON4HAVINfl
-- commercial use Zoned d-A. WHITE FEMALE for general ('LAIMS OR DEMANDS
FOR Realtors housework and cooking. Family AGAINST SAID EATATBlYnej GOOD BUY
SALE by owner, First FOUND-Young female, black ere berebr notified' end raralmlto A
Mtg. on local property, 8%: Byron Markle Ruth May of two. Must have transportation. fife mnr ejeiia or demand whlrh row
hi 4R8-4706 4881833. Steady employment, Ph. and tan Grrman Shrperd m.. have uelitit lh. F.l&. of HENRY!: City of Venice, Lot 75 i ISO,
payments monthly. Present dog Phone 488-3485.) WhNMAN ALI.FN. Dtreaaed. late of
and Pave.
balance $4.489.80. Address 488-133 I nereaola. Cnnntv. Florida, I In the offVeof ? City Water, Sewer
Box 801, Lake Worth, Fla. VENICE GARDENS. I bedrooms Hn.. JOHN T. GRAHAM Sanaota ment in and Pair For, $1,900
Wanted I Count* Judire. la he Counljr Court
2 baths, air conditiotv Situation Job Printing H- at Saraaota Florida within I.
INCOME PROPERTY Own- ed. No broken Can be seen I .=. month.m,. to. ... d the H. N. W/mmers/ Rcoffor FOR RENT
1,5 .blleoUoo of thlo Noll.
era \living quartera > plus 7 by appointment. Call 488-6716 CLEANING!: WORK or care of All type. of business and I i Fish claim or demand mint be In 2 Bedroom House (Unfurnished
488-1770 Sat. and convalescent or invalid. Ex and In duplicate baa atate
overnight Can be convertedto week days, I wntinf. 1
Sunday. perienced. Write P.O. Box 1012, personal stationery, cards, p4a- the place of rceldcnoe and pct office ) in Venice
effic' ncy apartments. 238' ards, tickets programs etc. I addraaa of the Claimant i ahall be .worn $95.00 month
on Trail, zoned commercial. Venice. for la hr tha Clamant, ha rant or his Agent for Wetter Union Telaqraph per
be quickly
Pool can printed you
Low do npayment 5%: Inter. BEAUTIFUL home. 2 bedrooms SWIMMING, den, Flor RECEPTION-CLERK. Experienced properly and for a fair price attorney II Oo Mint, ehall fee and be accompanied.n,, euro. claim hr ordrmand a Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I Martin S. Stancik

est on balance to qualified buy. ida room. 21x31 screened patio. References. Phone by your Florida hometown .. not ao filed ahall be mid. Tha CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR ;to;
till fee he udood0 the amount
'f. Will consider trade-in medium Furnished if desired. Good finmcing. 488-3363. newspiptr. Equipped for both .f claim, and mar claim forma mar ... obtained ..
priced residence for down. Ave. Englewood. Letterpres. and offset, drilling from the Conntr J.irlirea "fn.... HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice 488-5443
2102 Georgia
P'yment. ph. 488.6639. stapling, padding, etc. Let us ESTHER TORRKN8 ALLEN =
Grove City Personal aa Kiecutrll of the F.ntata ofAttornert -
quote you on your next Job. Horr. Aensm. All".. Drow.d. :
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS.Mondays P. O. llo. 747.VIOINokoml..
. nearly new :2 bedroom house. 8 St. Mark's llt-124 E. Malml Are. Bank BM"., Priced Right To Sell
Can handle on small down payment I Venice Florida.PubHaM .
LOT IN BAY POINT, High: and Phone 488-2307. Episcopal Church Parish Hall. Phone 4M.5115 Jan. jo, n. Fee. 1. H. 1M4. NEW only $10,900Very

dry. 55-X12S' to beach. Call 4884794. nice 2 bedroom home.

Value 1629. $1,350.: M ke: e 488- GOLDEN BEACH near qulf ANY LADY 21 years or over LegalHOTIC8 REGISTER NOTICE: OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAMK TO 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME Beautiful kitchen. 17' 16'

whose last name begins with The vnderelimed doaa berebr eartlfr Centrally Located livinqroom. I II I' x 15' screen
-LOT Two bedrooms, two batht. "A" who cuts out ad of O'Do- REbl8Ta.II OF FICTITIOUS TffTFNTION NAME TO Cement that he builneaa I. coaduetlnff at Nokomia a Terraiao, Florida and CITY WATER, SEWER AND PAVED STREETS porch. 13' X 22' carport. 100'

582 Venice Gardens. Price 30 foot Florida room Ian' Bar and presents l it Tues 'Tha underela-ned doea. herehr certify under the flctltloua name of VENICE I 158' lot. 1375 ft. under
11850. Write Walter Polski, will receivea that aha la eonduetlni a Gift, Shop bmlnaae TKKRAZ/X5 CEMENT' COMPANY I $2,000 DOWN
w ttrd Ave. I on 112 ft. corner lot. day or Wednesday at N3 4 Miami M., W., under the and that aaM firm I la aompoard of tha roof.
No., St. Peters. FREE pizza pie. Must have rictltkrae name of Blmature G.II..., and f.III. p.rmr w_ ..m.. and UPKEEP
burg pie 519 GULF STREET Call Monday for Nat sod firm ,la eompoacd or tbe fol1n..1. plorrf rwidma an r fnikw.tJonh $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER LOW TAXES AND
Identification. whoea namea and plane H. II......, Barrlrw pa.....,. CONVENIENT LOCATION!
OYu IItllf'1la' confirmation Tom O'Dolan! of raalncnce" paws are aa fnll".... Nokomia. Florida P. 0. Box lltl. Vanloa. .
AU" Vl-Nlrg" Rl'fllMCSI or'RF.S circa IOTA I".. M. P_.. J2S'4 Miami: A_ w., Fla.Ovnmhlp FRANK C. RAEBURN H. P. HORN
of Venloa' Tcrraaao foment
o. LOU IACOBS ue-1117 Apts. For Sale Business Personals Venice. FlaOwnenhip of Sltnatura Gallerr la ae Companr la aa followai JoaephH REALTOR REALTOR'I I
ftllawllJnn. Bmwn 100 per _t.
ELK INLET Seawallerf prix bedroom 1 Dressmaking, alterations, draperies M. Puna toe Per Hnt. It .ti mr ,Inhmtloa to apply to the 251 W. Venice Ave. Phones: 488.16004882649IT'S PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.
DELUXE COOP. 1 Clark of tha Circuit Court la and forSaraaota
al. tha
. Bayshore boat basins E. U Kllton, bath and 2 bedroom, 2 bath. etc. reasonable 488-1130 Clerk It la of mr tlx latanttoa Clrault Court to apply In ..to. for C.....,.. Florida. M _i.l.. the 41 and Albee Rd. .
Drive. Nokomis. furnished. aor..... Cant Florida to retlatertha aald name VENICE TERRAZZO A CEMENT
furnished or partly aald ".... Slmetura Gallerr ander COMPANY lader the provlalomef .
VER LOT Venice. Good for 488-5698. tha ....m.In.. of Chapter lO.r>I. Lam Ch....r t"MI, tan of Florida. Aria
Y.cahon SHEPARD of FWI.lt. Acta of 1X1. of i54LWIN.
H t. cotta reo Sacrifice "I.n. m.. band Iblo 1115 do atSrsrr mr 11Ioo4 the acrd. do. ofJr. WD.-- --
Sara-: Rentals ., ...?. I.... .
-- F.... I, 1ft, 17, U. 1554. P"hll.h, Jw n. Fob. I. 10, n. 18"
DANDY t PPL Unfamlahed aabarhailMM. 1003() N. Washington Blvd. CHOICE LOTS
SOUTH VENICE, :2 prime *.. par auk wild eetlen to hays [HOMES
bOrnesltel CaD LOU JACOB" 4M-IMT Sarasota wide
fSt8 : near beach. Low- c&U: I IMPORTED Min. 85 feet
ta Springs Fla. :2 bedroom. 1 bath. Florida ElLIOTT PAULfor

room, 200x100 ft. lot. Trees LARRY REDFORD

Houses For Sale galore Phone 4881542. ROOT TRUSSES A HONEY FOR THE MONEY Auoe.

SINGLE Apartment. Alum. WIndows & Doors PATIO I RUGSIdeal CHIPS JOHNSONReal .
Retlremeat No pets. Heat. Light cooking. Contract Roofing Painting 3 BEDROOM HOME,
,J el dlf ,'- }U""*'ACOB l'1' *. 4atWfJri Utilities furnished. $8.50 week. Phone 488-2132 Venice for the screened porch, 306 W. Venice Ave. ,

488-4006. patio or family room. LARGE LOT, LARGE TREES! Your own picnic ground Phone 488.3609-488-2241
NEW HOUSES City water and sewer Garbage Disposal, Automatic Water
pith room. 2 bath. City water CeLat N R.,. 35e 22C sq. Softner, on paved street. Beat section of town.

>$13.500., 1: Venice p Gardens.Unk- C.B.S., SUNBRIGHT d's Sq. R. .. .. .. ft. LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN WHETHER YOU'REBUYING

Z iik bedroom, bath. city water JANITOR SERVICE BUY THIS LARGE HOME $13,995

g Venice tank. C.B.S., $11,- Reg. $37.80 EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY OR

eAtr: mi'Garden a b aths City THE BEST WAY TO GET YOUR CLEANING DONEI! 9' X 12' PATIO RUG ......."........... $24.95 WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW! SELLINGYou're

and wer---:. $12,. W take pride 'Tn our work and hava year Beat Value Are

sirEaat?; Gale AU with paved of experience behind lit.Wnether Warm Mineral Springs Area Found HEREI!

4196 Phone 408'.*13 or <88" I/ !h floor to clean or wall., Mve eAePII,1 I I

-. and window fo wish CAL USI I: I 1 Bedroom Horns. LIKE NEWI $400. Down $67 Monthly

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Coin Club Stow

l\\\ \ IndiansVhip\ VHS Spring Sports To Be Discussed

Plans for a coin show to be
held by Venice Coin and Cur.
Cardinal Mooney Underwayout rency Club will be discussed at
Practice the group's meeting Wednei.
day at 8 p.m. at the commun.
Frosh 39-17 Caudle Is Ity room of Sarasota Federal
Don't look now but Springis Righthander Terry the VHS 'avlngs and Loan Assn.
very evident around Venice expected to F. G. Douglas, president will
Venice Junior High's Li'l Indians High School these days with diamond squad this from season.vet be In charge of the business
won their seventh game the track squad already having He'll be given help meeting. An auction will be
in eight starts Friday after- a month's practice com erans Craig Thompson held afterward
i f Joel-
rer noon by trouncing Cardinal pleted, and the baseball team Moser and possibly Ray '
Mooney, 39-17, at the Cougar scheduled to start drills this eon CHARTER BOAT
gym in Sarasota, afternoon Both coaches are without -.1
The Sarasota County Junior Coach Jim Somers, starting several key players who will "ALBATROSS"FISHING
High clash saw Venice race to his sixth year at the helm of not join in workouts until after DIVING '
an 18.2 lead at the end of VHS thmclads is high on this the current basketball season, Captain Bob HWricti
the first quarter and then coastto year's team "We're lookingfor which has almost a month togo FISHERMAN'S WHARF
the victory, the third in a a good year," he told the -
row for the IJ'l Indians after GONDOLIER.Their .
; ldL losing to McIntosh In the final first track meet !Is
Jf came of the first half of the scheduled for March 5 against NOW APPEARING
schedule. city rival Kentucky Military
McIntosh Is still undefeatedin Institute I AT THE
eight games. Somers feels his chances of _
fielding a strong team this MYAKKA LOUNGE
Center Morton Chiles took year is due to the return of
scoring honors for Venice with key field event men, led by BEA HUNTER
14 points Steve Rayburn was strong and durable Bruce MacDonald -
F runnerup with 12 of Englewood.Also V
Song Stylist' and Organist
In the Jayvee contest, StMartha's being counted upon In '
came from behind to upcoming meets this season 'For Your Entertainment'COME
down Venice, 3324. The loss are pole vault and high jump
dropped Venice to 4.2 and tied and pole vault veteran Bob JOIN THE PARTYS.
the Li'l Indian Junior varsity Harrison and sprinter Paul TamlamS Trail Venice
with St. Martha's and McIntosh Peden, who Is just a sophmore. -
for first place in the lea. Meanwhile Coach Ed Fan
gue standings, ning will be working with
pitching and catching prospects InterestedIn
Randy Willis scored eight as he begins his second To All Who Are
points to lead the Venice scorers year as head of the baseball

JUNIOR ASSEMBLY MEMBERS atc; d a C -y Hat D:.. 3 and John Hamilton Shown left to right wearing their crest seven, Terry, James Owen Kulakowski came up with had program. Fanning will be assisted Mutual Funds
at their party Wednesdry at B)'ron't Sty 3 a r > re ns, are John, Tina, Michael, Jane, Groff and Gina. The five and Steve Brown four. by Jim Powell, a former
I awarded to winners in three citr* >rl.i! Ft i t r I i pr. .' A. :mbly is sponsored by the Junior Section of Veruce-Noko- Auburn baseball standout.
treat went to Jane Wai'ace:: and Mi-hael Dunn t.8: f.... it mss Woman' Club, Next on tap for both Li'l Fanning has just about a W. art a company that represents Mutual Funds
GIna Brown and Goeff Jones then ;t Co C *:3 M : 3 (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) Indian teams is Brookside here month before his first game eicluiively. We do not maintain a staff of salesmen -
I Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm. with Bradenton's Southeast
The season ends here Friday High furnishing the opposition and w. do not call on people without their

Kaydets Rally For 72-70 Brookside 47, with McIntosh the opponent. here on March 7. perm inion. However, w. are In a position to give

you "unbiased Information on any of them and help
I I Disabled Vets Income DueMore I
KMI Frosh 44 Reports you teleet the ones best fitted to your needs and

Victory Over CharlotteKaydets than 8000 disabled veterans completely, with care to desire The president of our company will be 'In
Brookside nipped the KMI and dependents of deceased avoid folding or mutilation. week
... Venice during the of February 10. Appointment
veterans throughout They should have been returned
., Frosh Friday afternoon, 47-44,
Florida are warned that the to the VA by January 31. to see him can b. mad by calling 488-3278,
Roy Lagenaur and' ed in 25 markers while Charlotte Southeast In a White Sands 'in a Sarasota County Junior final deadline was January 31, Otherwise the VA by law wouldbe Venice.
:Burr Prewitt shared scoring : got 18 in the period. Conference ,ame.KMILagenaur. High Basketball League game 1964, for their annual income required to cease paymentof
honors with 19 points apiece, It was only the third victoryin I 7-5-19; Hep- The Kaydets, led by Bruce report the pension to those who
but it was the jump shot by 13 starts for KMI The loss ler, 0-1-1; McGowan, 3-1-7; Brantley, were out in front 15.8 Rufus H. Wilson Manager of failed to report their income. MUTUAL FUNDS
Waller in the final Charlotte's record to 5-0-10 Cooke 1-02 at the end of the first
John seconds dropped Toncray, ;; quarterand the VA Regional Office at St. Pension is paid on a basis of
that produced a come'Trombehind 611. I Waller, 5-4-14; Prewitt, 75-19; 24-17 at the half but steadily Petersburg, that cards need, Mr. Wilson said, and to
7270, victory for Charlotte copped the Jayvee Cockrell, 0-0).0. Totals, 281672. saw their lead vanish over which the says income report upson exceed the estimated income INCORPORATED
KMI over Charlotte High Friday game, 43-38, to avenge an earlier I CHARLOTTE Quick, 7-5- the final two periods. must be made have been mail- ceding results in removal from
night at Punta Gorda. loss to the Kaydet junior 19; Funk, 11-4-26; South, 5-0- Brantley tallied 15 points for ed to all recipients in the rolls The income report Is 903 Fint /WeraBuilding/ St. Petersburg, Flo.
The Kaydets were behind by varsity. It was the second 10; Baerwaldt, 1-02; Lavine, KMI, while Jan Van Doren of pension VA's way of finding who is
five points, S247, when the straight defeat for KMI after 306; Adkins, 317. Totals, 30- Brookside was the game's high the area. eligible under the income pro TELEPHONE: Sf. /Petersburg N4-JS77
final quarter got underway but 10 straight victories 10-70 scorer with 24. These cards should be filled vision. -.I
suddenly caught fire and pour. The Kaydets travel to Brad. KMI .. .... 12 22 13 25-72 I
enton tomorrow night to face I Charlotte.. 17 18 17 18-70 .

, Quad City Sets

Naples Defeats

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I Feb. 23A Indians, 61-36 "e' ,,_. '

'64 JEKMOOTH LUXURY CKEntOLET-lmpftl/ Sport Coop.' -
hold.in-one contest with I Naples turned what had beena I'Wright was next with IJ and
first prize $1.000 In cash has close game for two quartersinto Paul Peden bucketed 11. .r-;; \
been announced by the Venice a rout here Friday night Satava has now tallied 59 / .
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Kiwanis' Club and will be held by scoring 36 points in the last points in his last three games -.. ..- .,;,
Feb. 23 at Quad City Golf half while Venice wan managing Venice's win was the fourth --
Course, just south of Veniceat only 15 for a 61-36 victory, this season and the second in
Venice Eost over the Indians I a row.
The contest is being held for Venice trailed 15.7 after one' Naples led at the end of the
the benefit of the Florida period, but rallied for 14 in the I opening quarter, IS.9, by 26-20
Heart Assn second! quarter while Naples at the half and it was 37-37 ALL.NEW CHEVELLE-Mititw Sport Coupe
Second prize will be $200 In was collecting 10 and the At the end of three periods.
golf merchandise plus $800 donated teams went to the dressing During the final eight minutes
to the winner's favorite rooms at the intermission wit.> it was Venice on top, 1613.
charity the Indians behind, 2521. Venice will meet Sarasota
I The contest will be held on Both teams traded a pair of I tomorrow night In the Sailor i y ,Sp
, the number one and four holes
baskets early in the third per. gym In a White Sands Confer
with nominal fee being '
a entry
iod, but then Venice went the ence game. .
charged to enter.'hootenanny'
remainder of the quarter "and i NAPLES-Peace, 21.5; :Bowen -
six minutes into the fourth' 3--12: Clark, 9616;
Set without a field goal. Meantime Ritchie, 1-0-2; Beraon, 4-210; '64 THRIFTY CHEVY B-Ilea Sport CeepM .
the visitors were combining j Koch 0; Morton, 5- -18. Totals:
By E'wood Boaters: free throws and field goals to 202161.

ENGLEWOOD All memo steadily pull away. | VENICE Sikora, 4-210;
1 bers and guests of the Englewood Bob Harrison was high points Hawks, 0-0.0, Morgan, 0.0-0;
I Boat and Country Club man for the Indians with 16 ', Byrd, 1-4-6; Harrison, 7-218;
are invited by host and hostess Jim was runnciup, with | Delvae, 0 n.n anrturaf, 00.0
Happy and Jackie Las- 10. Bruce Byrd, who had scored Green, 000; Ringo, 2-0-4
pen, to attend a Tootin, Rootin, 60 points in the last three Totals 14-8-36,
Hootenanny, on Feb 8th, at the games, hit for only six-one Naples .. 15 10 14 22-'61
Club House Palm Point, whore field goal and four foul conversions. Venice .. ... 714 8 71-38 SPORTY, BORE POWERFUL COCTWUKora Dab Csop
the headliners will be "The I
Four Hoots and a Holler," nevi Venice Jayvees Win .: :T'E"; !n
er before featured In this entire .
The junior varsity was a real Elfrrdink's of
area There will be new thriller with the Venice team
voices and mu*lc to listen to i I I $100,000 ospn'l
scrapping from behind to whip
and sing with. Have you a talent Naples, 53-SO, Martin Satava'' I IP TO 49% J JIF
II' Come and be a part of
was the big gun in the Venice
I'' the entertainment! t 15a'
A beef Stroganoff dinner attack with 23 points Jack .':\t'.& i'jiIt".dI'JtNtt

i will be served from 7 to 9. If '64 EXCITING COWmt-Sftn!! Ray Spat -
you do not care for the menu,

the entertained hosts nay There to come i is no and charge be ..fj'I;+ ;r .;/ -II'. r<<::. : -::" .i..L.:: ':

other than for the dinner and

drinks prices at Jackie the Club's will usual welcome low t MOVING !' YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HAS MORE TO OFFER:

those who wish to dine, and if .
I L any wish a table reserved for

'I r a Country party, just Club call after the Boat noon and on SOMEONE YOU KNOW [; ... luxury cars, thrifty cars, sport cars, sporty cars big cars
Saturday The phone Is MY. is moving into' new com tl' I ,
7-3381. munity, let us knee too. '
A (friendly cill by the V.el- 1\\ small cars, long cars, short cars, family cars personal cars
Fox-Widman Duo I come Wagon Hostess with her basket of lIfts and Wp'ul!
n f information, will mike the newcomer feel quickly! at kMie

Shuffle WinnersDick Join in carrying on our community's tnditnMl sfvit of 45 DIFFERENT MODELS OF
Fox of Venice and Vi hospitality. Just live their name and address tot CARSWhy
., Widman of New York defeat. .1 ,
I," ed Arthur Brooks of New Jer- '

.q, :I 77'21 sey and In Frank the bi-weekly Jehan of pot Venice.luck t ll'MmeagonPhone ) / / one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's is like having your own private auto showAnd

'I Club at the on. Venice Wednesday' Shuffleboard Twenty- 488-1046 < if we had room hero we could go on and list all the seats and those without And the hundred at different

: t! four members participated in engines Chevrolet offers ranging to extra-cost
the 488.1771 up an y-TIl accessories,including the new estra-coet AM4TH radio
-- ._-------------- 423-hp V8 in the big Chevrolet. And all the different JESSSP But that's best left to your Chevrolet dealer That and

WELCOME NEWCOMERSI : transmissions. And the umpteen different exterior and fflMi exactly ]how reasonable the
for an price can be for to be
enjoyable GO If Use this coupon to let us know you'rl bra I Interior color choices. And the models with bucket able to enjoy so much car you

j, day of NAM I IADDRnt I THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy n Corvalr Corvette

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": SARASOTAGOLF o Please have the Wakema Wagon Host" e'It ee w. I .

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