Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00172
 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 13, 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: UF00079934:00172
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Jouncil OKs Preliminary r 54T r. Faye Buys Trailer Acres;

ark On Drive Extension ,

council gave the go- 'I Council okayed the contract tion cost of $60,000, or a fixed Y y vLk f Sale Price Over $300,000

for engineering work on.reposed with Lindh, subject to deletionof fee of $3,000 -r-
extension of Har- a percentage figure in the
lit1 Drive south through airi clause specifying the amountof Youngberg City Planning explained Director that Paul ill
property by approving a payment. The clause calls the Sale of Trailer Acres to Boris Both corporations were own. available on 99-year leases Is
i contract Tuesday night for payment based on five percent percentage was Intended show onlyas 1j 4ef P. and Fanny Kaye for a purchase ed by Leonard Tanner, a New located on the Tamiaml Trail
a yardstick to the bas e r
William Llndh. of a minimum construe- 1s on which the fixed amountwas > price "in excess of $300,000' jersey promoter and develop about 12 miles south of Venice -
v- : v was announced Wednesday by er. ,
computed City:: Attorney attorney John J. Blair Blair said the Kayes plan to First InK: CompletedFirst
ii! A Braswell, however
IAINS AVAILABLE termed the clause Blair said the Kayes, ownersof continue with the same development unit of the waterfront
i Iou s" and recommended"ambigl the Kent Motel near the plans as the former mobile home development has
south city limits of Venice, owners, including construction already been completed. Plans
Water changing<< itPreliminary bought out the Interests of Nat- and operation of a first-class for the development include
ast Gate Check Lindh will Survey onal Trailer Parks of FloridaInc marina on the Myakka River. central water and sewer systems
provide the preliminary and Academy Homes Inc., Trailer Acres, a development paved streets and construction -
survey, design plan a Massachusetts corporationNokomis of mobile home sites of a recreational area

Ordered By Council and under construction the terms of supervision the agreement and Including swimming I yacht pool.club, marina

\ More than 1.000 waterfront

extension The proposed. tentatively Harbor called Drive Wants To Get locations mobile home will dwellers be available when the to

Hock! by block survey of I cil, water board and the city'i Airport Drive in council discussions development Is complete
East Gate subdivision to consulting engineers,. A public will terminate at the 5 Trailer Acres already "has
rune the number of pool hearing will then probably be south boundary of the airport Back Its Lost Seawall"A nearly 50 families living in the
city water users was scheduled before the new rates property. developed area, with some 350
end Monday night by the are adopted. West Coast Inland Naviga- additional sites under lease,
let Water Board at its reg- The water board also agreedon tion District will pay the cost lot of agitation to get the between the county' and the
monthly meeting in the the names that would be of construction to provide an seawall put back on the county Corps of Engineers
kin placed on the two foot by two access road to the Caspersen 'island near Nokomis public Chamber directors instructed WEATHER
tr Planning Director Paul foot six inch bronze plaque on property just south of the air beach" was reported to direc-
Youngberg explained the the new water treatment plant. port, which will be cut off from' tors of the Venice Area Cham- Keller to write a letter to the High Low Rain
pletion of the new 10.Inch The names agreed/ upon were the mainland by the intra I ber of Commerce Monday night Board of County Commissioners Feb. 5 T1 111 .93
er main along East Venice Mayor Smyth D. Brohard, al waterway. coast'I'I i by member Earle L. Kilton of endorsing such action Feb. 6 70 62 .32
nut to the city limits now members. of the city council, In other action, s Nokomis. The VACC board also adopted Fcb 7 72 51! -
,es plenty of water avail- members of the water board, cepted the recommendation of: ; a resolution to the State Feb. 8 70 52 .25
and i if a sufficient rumof the city planning director, water Mayor Smyth D. Brohard for i e The seawall, which formerly Road Board the Feb. 9 112 38 -
property owners desire superintendent, consulting the appointment of two men protected the island bayfront endorsing con Feb. 10 66 46 -
water, additional mains engineers. and resident engineer to vacancies on the city police from erosion. was torn down struction of I-75. the proposed Feb. 11 70 44 -
be laid In the subdivision force. Council approved the when the channel was dredged interstate highway Rain for Month . . 2.57
also said the hiring of George Kinder nut several months ago for the
wiigberg sur Supt, Sobosky reported that as patrolman
would ascertain if suf. at an annual salary inland waterway
,,nt number of property pumped 13,155,550 in gallons January of water, a slight were of $3,600 and John Harris as Col! George Kumpe, executive Dillon Is Back Joins I
MI would agree to pay the decrease in the 13,301,720 gal door checker at $3100 per director of the West Coast ;
dollar a front foot assesst lons pumped in December, year Inland Navigation District ina
t when the work Is comd Both men will serve a six- letter to VACC Executive
Instead of taking five month probationary period be- Director C A (Nick) Keller
i to pay it off. He explain- fore being permanently appointed reported that "the complaint Staff Of GONDOLIER I ISam

ins work cannot be includ- 'Maggie's Magpie'lIlrle' HAPPY VALENTINE Jill Nun ol, Vcniie! High School senior apparently is on the reductionIn
.1 n the $566,000 moderniza- Fill Vancancles makes a petite and fetching picture as she poses behinda area of the Island rather
and expansion program ) Magpie," win.ner The super bikini size Valentine in the surf at Venice Municipal than in the shoaling which Dillon, veteran newspaperman the Sarasota News and more
fill two
new policemen
in progress/ but must be of the Florida Press As of the three vacancies createdby Beach If you don't get the message she has for her extra takes place in the channel. widely known in recently was with the Mara-
had with waterworks rev- sociation's first prize for the I, the recent resignation of special Valentine, turn to page 5.GONDOLIER. "The problem," Kumpe'sletter South Sarasota County, has thon, Fla., Keynoter He and I
funds, which are natur- best original column In 1961 Don Knuckles, Morns Sande- ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) continued, "Is complicated joined the GONDOLIER as his family returned to Venice I
;united, will become a GONDOLIER editor. this week. I
and newsphoto
by the fact that the shoalingis news
fur Celll. The
and Joseph new
Engineering Study feature, starting on the edi- appointments become effective occurring within the right. Dillon formerly was man- In Florida since 1956, Dillon
urge part of Monday torial page of today' Issue. Feb 15, although Police Chief 'Tis Valentine Day of.way in an area for which ager of the Venice bureau of and his family moved to Ven
\titwo and one/half hour The author of the column John Shockey reported that the federal government holds a ice from Oil City, Fa, wherehe
not the water board was Is Maggie Clampllt. former both are presently working on perpetual easement" Sarasota' I .- was associated with Venango -
oil 1 to an engineering woman's editor of the Char- an hour ..bas.is.. .. County is the owner of the fee I > Newspapers Inc., publishers
v n an endeavor to find lotte Herald, Punta Gorda. Girls Year TooWhat title for the entire island. of the Oil City Derrick and
on equitable system of la addition to her whimsical Both men were former members Leap the Franklin News-Herald.
said A L. McKnight, f
Kumpe ,
of the Venice Police Aux-
'r rttes A group of co- column dealing with 'most Dillon first came to Floridaas
chief of for the U,S.
line apartment house de- everything from buttons and ill cry. I" 'f editor of the Englewood
:Jell recently complainede beans to elephants and re- Patrolman Celli's resignation more could any enterprising .' of romance and affection had Army Engineer District at Herald, a position he held for
Venice City Council that bras,' Mantle will be constantly becomes effective March 1. American girl want curious beginnings. Jacksonville, agreed with him { several months before joining;
present rate schedule was on the search for Interesting An occupational license fee than the combination leap| The Roman Lupcrcalia fetwal that It would be Ideal to consider the Sarasota News staff
iminalory. A special engiui features on people of $35 was established by City year-Valentine Day that Is being for lovers, in honor of a bulkhead along the He started his newspaper
study of the present and things In the south county Council for Jodel-American, provided for Her Highness Juno, the goddess of marriage, fwr career in 1948 as county seat
were made by Russell & area. new light/ plane manufacturingfirm tomorrow? and the Pan, god of nature, right of way line, since the reporter in his hometown of
na tea dent engineer Wil- Prior to entering the newspaper located at the airport It should be InterestingThe was celebrated on Feb 15. problem Is the protection of ex ,.. Mercer Pa., for the Green
Lindh, Youngberg and field I she was the director The Jodel fee U the same as Valentine' Day part of The Church under Pope Gelams isting uplands in the right of ) ville (Pa.) Hecord-Argus After
r works superintendent of sales I promotion t fora I that paid by Fette Aircraftand the combo was written up, or In 496, moved the festivalto I six and one-half years with the
Sobosky and a tentative nationally known paint' is Intended to cover a not written. up, really]] as short Feb. 14 to give It a Chris.tian way Record-Argus, the first five as
schedule of rates worked firm. H>r column will relate similar type of maintenanceand a time ago as a few years meaning, on the day hon- The Corps of Engineers offic county editor, he joined the
some of the humorous experiences storage service. back, when encyclopedias ig. oring two martyred Christian ial also stated, according to staff of the Titusville (Pa.)
'rover no details of the In her travel around Council emphasized, how- nored it, or said the historywas saints, both named Valentine. Kumpe, that permission has Herald in the birthplace of the
reed new rate schedule the country as well as the ever, that an additional license unknown. The facts have The day was celebrated In the East Coast Pennsylvania oil industry
made public until it I things that play an Important may be required, if and when i finally]] come to light and the England as early as 1446 and been granted on He left there after one yearto "
iw finalized at a conferw and often Irksome, part In the firm begins its manufacturing history agreed upon now, however -' by the 1700's the gentry were for the owners of property extending join the staff of Venango
members of the coun- our everyday lives. __I operations and it seems that this day I meeting! In homes, the nightof into the right of way New 'pape s as advertising account -
Feb. 14 the men drawing to construct a light seawall to salesman, and six:
? names. of the ladies and wearing prevent erosion. Kumpe said months later moved to Florida.

tHS Seniors Cop Four Scholarships nn their the name sleeves drawn for several pinned the proper course of action I ren The four Dillon of them have enrolled five child in :.lI

I days. The familiar "wears his would be direct correspondence SAM DILLON the Venice public schools I

heart on his sleeve" statementIs
quartet of Venice High .- a supposed to have stemmed
of 1 seniors made history from this custom
heir alma mater this week In this country, cards were i VAAC Accepts Jaycee's Proposal I
voting four out of the six being sent to sweethearts on p pAn
teething scholar. this day as early as 1700 and
s allotted to Sarasota F 9f they. became quite elaboratein I
tty, th- lat. 1300.. As far back offer by the Venice Area and smaller committees to bet- to man a booth at the upcoming
!e two remaining $1600 ( is 1E"0 they were quite exp Jaycees to aid the Venice Area ter equalize the committee assignment Home and Industry Show
veal scholarships were -n!we, as costly as $10, for Chamber of Commerce in Its load for the 1964 Feb. 2629, at the Ringling
> Sarasota High School the handmade examples. campaign for a roadside parkon goals which he said now falls circus arena. Included in the
11. Comic i valentines, oddly U.S. 41 at Eagle Point has largely on Vice President E. display will be the chamber's
nice' High winners of the enough!! began appearing in been accepted by the VACC J. Ewing fossil collection and literature
a'Yur srholarships were the United States in the 1850's board of directors, Tabled by the board for fu- about the area
ela Lee, daughter of Noble and were known as "penny Sitting In on the VACC board ture discussion was a letter Keller laid the booth will be
1.ee, 109 E Alba St.. Diane dreadfuls." meeting Monday night, Jaycees from the executive committeeof centrally located in the arena
art. daughter of Mr and Today, sweethearts, friends John A Johnston Jr, and the Venice Gardens Home and will serve as an information
I Jack C Lenhart and ... all utilize this dav Williams told directors
2 Corn- en s W. Eugene Owners Assn suggesting fewer booth for visitors to the
the ,daughter<< of Mr and Mrs. 7. Continued on page 2)Don't ) be "more than glad to" VGHA letter "It is the consensus Directors lauded the January
1 McDon'ld, Venice Farm ,Jri --- help In whatever way we can of opinion to have fiscal report which showed a
: and Douglas Kiesling, "We want to work hand-In- just one solicitation a year, cash balance of $4,350.29 at the
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Worry, hand with the chamber," John- end of the first month "The
.I.' 1 g. 1100 Pine Road ston said. and he suggestedthat with the funds being pro-rated only thing that concerns me,"
a Sarasota winners were Only Dyanmite! the Jaycees work out a among the various charitable said Keller, "is that there are
Y Anne! Gordon and Ann plan and present it to the organizations plenty of 1964 dues still payable -
f Ileld, both seniors| VACC board for approval. Construction ." .
at Sara If you hear a aeries of VACC directors also decided '
High' Ichoolt muffled explosions like sonic of a roadside parkIn
Good In State the Eagle Point area is one
booms in the next coupleof
,' scholarships may be weeks, don't worry It of the Chamber's 1964 goals Something For Everyone
any Florida college will only be dynamite.E. Liaison Setup I
student wishes to attend J. twins;. Mission Valley Chamber directors approved
repaid by four years of Estates developer, told a recommendation by VACC At Home Industry ShowInterest
hog td after graduation. Venice Area Chamber of president Harvey Rohlwingthat : j
the student elect not Commerce directors he has a Jaycee member be '
,nlf the teaching field afnduatlon I received word construction named to serve as liaison on There will be something old Io everyone" said S.
the scholarship I II crews working on the Cow. the various committees of the and something new and of interest M. "Jim" Jimlson, show producer -
Cf regarded at the West "Besides new uses for
hii as a loan pen Slough drainage projecthad senior organizatIon. I to everyone
paid bark at the rate I run Into a ledge of rock The board also adopted a Coast's biggest and most colorful well-established products, via
10 a year, \ iL : 1 In Shakett Creek, north of suggestion by Executive Director Trl-cities Home Show and itors will have an opportunityto
'arnlnallonl\ for the scho- -. Laurel Road, which would C. A. (Nick) Keller that I Industrial Exhibit here Feb seem new productions and
uPs were held' earlier' In ......... require blasting. 1964 committee assignments 2629. applications. There will be 70
,Ichool year at Sarasota t the four Ven- Kiesling, upper lift, Diane Lenhart, upper EWln, said he was In- be "reworked" after immediate The event being sponsoredby or more displays"
'"''d SrhOoI UNUSUAL ANGLE Here are made history right, and Ann McDonald, lower right, Photographer formed the rock ledge extends past president Frank Sov- the Venice area Chamberof The show and exhibit will be
'I, VMS" Principal John E. ice High School seniors who six teaching echo] Bob Obendorf made this photo by some 1,500 feet and ereign pointed out that some Commerce, will be free to in the spacious auditorium of
uC.a/e very happy when they won four of the and which "shooting from the floor" with his camera will require several charges board members were named to' all comers and there will be the Ringling Bros Barnum & ,
at our school aVships allotted]] Sarasota County after competitive aimed straight up and his subjects standingon of dynamite to break It up committees outside their own five shows each day, plus door Bailey circus, the biggest
Well In the examinations were awarded this schools They are chairs and looking down at the lens. so the creek bed can be field. prizes arena for exhibition purposeson
.we are very proud of testa 1 in all l the county high deepened. Keller recommended more "There will be something of the West Coast ,f'I
clockwise; Pamela Lee, lower left;, Douglas - - _ _ I


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LEWIS OLiVER SUVLE !MRS ROS. S. MaeMEL r.b. I. HUIK. Huator. Xokoe. Bolo \t ;
n SlrfekM4] Ir.kw..i4, Jo w. So.,v i :. _
Lewis Oliver Smsle 67. < fOld I Mrs Rosa S MacNiel, 81. of v .m; Aim II,nn ... JUM CIt> TotalIn .. I Y' ,,,......
Trail, Laurel and St 410' Yale St Englewood died M.i I...... Ve*.ee; Carl Mlllv, VwUubul .
Helen Mich died Monday of i.. Dewy Issa.rd. Aetier
Monday at VenIce Hospital w,.. ae4.waPN. .'.,..
M apparent heart attack at t tH She was a native of Evanston I. Vlry.... "F,14r irtmdIcr r ii tt ,
( rs Landing, Blackburn Ill] and came here from ..4 uwnn. Vri. "ud.) MMVn South County Il,
Lonna 5eh' V.? HOI' d
:Road that city seven years ago She H..,... v..... Krtb W.br. v... r
He came her three months was a member of the Methodist ...; D.." toryllK,. Pta>l from St. Helen H s bIrth. Vas: II... _. xsrew14.4. ,/, MeP
ago Church Evanston.. The March of Dimes for the
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a. ", _, rbw.a a-. 4 9' h 1
(l lac* WM Wuifhcm Ontario, Survivors Include her husband ...to..... South County area resulted in I wit It" d.
Canada. r.... r: Mu4. unarm Visa,. Mary contributions of more than $%.. ,
Arthur B. MtcNiel; two Uofi,>r4. Vdteet, Cl_ ItaMk. Eittl
Mr. Small was a master sons. Charles J. MicNiel of wuod Nincr' Iias. EL..d<1 BeitfVihMlur 500, which exceeded all expectations
plumber and a member of 11.._". Ind. MwAu]nir Chairman Roy C
and Harold
Englewood B. Mac-
United Auto Worker. Local v..., .. _ol Humn), Cap MM ,
Mid l of Evanston; a daughter, A, fflt, lur4wwd.F Dean reported
1T-M la Detroit. .. I. wuhnmr' Loa'... Nekn4, said the of
Mrs John Erhardt of Arcadia. Dean generosity
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Survivors lnclud his widow, Asa 1), .. Mine .
Calif; a sister. Mrs Sophie ,...... seen r.k.r. P..e OIar, _. residents and visitors was
Mr*. Janet Small; two sonsHovsrd .........
Glenn of Evanston: two grandchildren t. & V,14. J..nle Go.d-, deeply appreciated. He also
Smile of Royal Oak V..lr>. A. Peul Klni, Nokomil, TV.nu workers
and< two creat.rand. paid tribute to the
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Mich, and William Smile of rraM tiokomn .11. DM'n HV
children. ..tk., "'.nd ViMb. Ian! 0'....... who make the campaign such
Killeen, Tears; two sisters Adios >'nl,<*: rnKH. P.P..... .o.. success
Mrs. Ann Hop of Bradford, Funeral services and burial bnnte C.>J4 Mt.".. v..l,, Am. .. a
Ontario Canada and Mrs are being held this meek in Craekv IllMto: Clmrm K]tiikuiMiNckon "In view' of the many apeals .
.e, V llliui R.aw. V_...: C.*.
t Jean Parker of Regina Saskatekawan Evanston Rawlei Funeral .I* PkrmcA].... v....*. for funds which are mad
t;. Canada; n i n egrandchildren Home was in charge of local rrt. 10: TkonM FxInM! Ntrtk' r rlTtgnoi throughout the year" Dean
arrangements CAnkt. w.wr, We..., V.. .. said "and at this
and one great I u. c..,.&". E..I_ Fan' ,. L0-
grandchild V..ik.: AnHur SckubrltuUiml time of rear, It is gratifying
be \'..,... hank I>e.... Le..."; J_ to note that Individuals and< -
Funeral servicei will at ........ ...
Port "' .11 Cre w.
SpauUi funeral Home, ;i Services Held ford. Own ..rl .ta.d...... Via, businesses recognize, through I _
their contributions of dimes -
Ftrndale Mich with burIal] in I IFemdaJ. M. Alresko.a Unto KotorttVmlra

*. Farley Funeral! (odv,. ..BMJUI...6... ,visa POlO..: .... V.I MU !n t'.:?

Home was in charge of local For Miss TalbotMiss kin. era Via which the March of Dime !her last week changing the location of portable expansion program! at the Junior high elementary i 11 '
r.i. II : LI. Awq VW. td..rd Foundation has done principal. TON were In addition to the six classrooms: at \.rr.i"l1t
arrtngementt. I .... Vmto, K-_. Lltmll' Vt-.<. classroom at Venice Junior Hugh School for construction of high, schools I
Susan Abby Tabot: E..... .,..,..... Rne4.rod, WoOl' oak I ly with regard to the near. classroom on the site The portables' were high school will, get six and the elementary schoc ?.!.l; AJ
THOMAS FR-v>ns I-NDORF krown to Venice residents as ... >,a tan 0......... eradication of poliomyelitis six moved permanent the street from VJHS and will continue to be are expected to be ready for the fall term.
Mist Sue since she came and is doing with regard to across GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob <:
MSCBAICKSTvk. Lamb ( ber'op:
Thomas Francis Undorf Mef used during the remainder of this school year, Earl
1 here in 1927 died Sunday InSarasota providing cures and help for
SOS Verdi St. died Mondayat I She born in 18"9 I. f: B.t t L v,., Vt.lr.. syb..ear .
"U" those afflicted with birth defects
Dolwaii. Vmir. Cell Adn,, V_
Venice HotpitalMr in Passaic, N J. and came to .., Arrki. Lrrl. Vw,..: Will,ta DmFeb. and arthritis"
Undorf was a mechani: Venice Vt. ..... anskwooa:
Cal engineer and a member of from Brandon I, P- Gemptofi. v...... VnS Special Praise Chamber 'Blue Card' Policy I IThe
Vnion Lodge M. F1AM. in hiss Sue was club and active church for !.unl w.h.: .Liiiilt Cents Bulw, C.. .... :N.Ruhr.kmk.>JordM: Ethel,I IUirm The March of Dimes in South

+ Tbom..ton. Conn., his bIrth. many yeors in Pen.t E.r4".M' 1/.11.. Dolo.. County concentrated this yea -
place. H* later lived in Bristol, work in Venice and was one Er4...d... Mt. o..m'd. r.e>rInd on the Mother March and Venice local unit
Ilona Nok.4 via.T"nlwer. solicitors wanting the \ACC ed a suggestion that
of the charter members of St. Gmma Venice Area Chamberof
Conn and here from accorded
came '' Yh.Fab. special praise was
in other LIt
included In a :
b* bt'
!,lark s Episcopal Church She '., .. Commerce has tightened identification card area
that city two years ago I Men H. F.nr4w d Irs. Charles\ 0 Becker, Mrs, -
Survivors include hit widow was also a member of Venice t. FhIPo. Wine Mw, ...sI' PerronRene. toy Dean and Mrs. Robert M. down on the issuance of "bluecards' Blue cards are issued by the all shipments of fruit by Hayes approved a re
Chapter :248 Order of Eastern Gibs. )C asA, PJ:_, to magazine solicitors Chamber to out-of.town solicitors !. Grove of Nokomis The shipments by Keller: that b. 'ai J rmoling '
Mrs Grace Undorf; two dauh t.lt Pen Cbvlot.. Lane 10.01... Jones for orgtnis, and helping -
tell Mn C. R. George of Ithaca Star Venice.Vkom a Woman's M...*nl Kl>n'r> Men tmne.dVsna. to conduct: the Mothers' VACC directors voted Mona and door.to-door salesmen number about 20000 Venice on V S 411 I ,

N. Y. and Mm Harriet Club and St. Mark Episcopal M.rl.. Mornu... ,...,noSprlnn ,.. >.. March night to withhold issuanc only aft. they are given police boxes annually, the"boards was Warm Mineral Sp -') t
I. "ht obinr] Winn 1011..1
tnderf: of Ukiah Calif : and Churchwomen. She has teen' : : Edna Ol..r. v...... Rubr of the identification card from clearanr and their credentials told. south and Laurel R. j u t
two grandchildren. ill for the past several years 0.... Vtu. ,. Conry. SAMV,4e] : They In turn Joined Dean in all magazine salesmen except thoroughly checked. Jaycee member John A. north be moved u i 1 r: ,.
En T..... oklo : P'7 T......., Its.nunma. : expressing gratitude and congratulations also loct..- v'n
The Rev Miles DePagter Her Venice home was" on ] ttnaflde residents of Sarasota The card is intended to Indi Johnston Jr, of Nokomis distant n Ce.pi

conducted the prate funeral Pa'ermo Place] I ,.. at t.hrl... r..to (_.. to all those who and Charlotte counties. cite only that the holder hat asked for a supply of Venice: ent contract ex i :

services. Farlev Funcrn'1 Home She is survived by two .Hen. ..11oo'_.Re.i, I-.J: .ad P-.W.H, .B]lir, worked to make the event a The board's action will not been crocked out and does not area literature to distribute at "I think th ; 5105
Cruse V.As. E.H
was in charge of arrange counsmi, Bernard Howe of San N.4. : I.........: JT... "..,.k. success These Included cap. affect the annual fund raising constitute Chamber approval I the national Jaycee conventionin ready con'm." d t to! .
tnents Diego Calf and Charles Wtb- .... EKflewood: : KMT V.'InUD. ]**.. taint for specific areas, Mrs magazine subscription sale by Keller edd.Chember. Dallas, Tex. which h* will they see the ":;s :rl 1.1: :

ster, of Sanford. I mm.Feb Virginia H gel. Mrs F. Law. members of the junior class at ; directors also! ok.,. attend as a delegate from thee are now" Keller r i
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1,0lair. xntn4: Tbs..a .1p. rence Jones Mrs Luther Luck,
Funeral services were conducted Co..... II...... lleor14 D.ndlk. Venice High! School.
CARD OF THINK* at St. Marks Pend.] .. I"\oroaH ,. Mrs Paul Voungberg, Mrs
I yesterday n.run 000. Chamber directors voted to
M., 1 ..k. t..I .Mlu .f ,lh.k'lit Inns NekoK,, V...: Artier Qu m, Joseph Farley, Mrs Sal
e'r ,...... ., Church bv The Rev Charles restrict the further issuance of
I" Mlrhten! Ir I iff ( VmtMr Port 0........... 'apasso. Mrs, Merle} Graser
r Hyiwl' ra D., 11..141 Muse, r, H. Ricker of Sarasota Burial ,
the blue cards after Executive
.,. .. Fit III liner> Pinta. Errtn.sd Mrs Glenn
k M il m of r lkT i..r i. Stephen. Mrs
.. ..?......,. Thar ...._,... I was in Manasota Burial Park .iKkr Gimn, ] Nokon.'. : ,Von Hm Lloyd Murchy, Mrs Charles Director C. A. (Nick) Keller
,. Oneco Raw lei Funeral aact? 01. H.mnb.maN.tr4
Men t d .alr 1 aponw4t,4. told the board he recently had
; n <* MuNM! nln< Ent B!, Wynne Mrs James C. Hill
fRED XR41EPK. was in charge of arrangements 'ivaptf: TVMBM Mrvlek' V.n:o*: been "beielged by magazine
? Ptorwio ribrr Monk. Port Char_ Dale Boudreaux Mrs.
-. -- P.k. lit Olorii BoMk.. 1..IowoM: William Cline, Mrs W. Eugene '
r- I Mir..-M mink Vnln Prink fok : Williams, Mrs Donovan
0001.! fan Cor* E"..b.,k May VM>.
.I,. *.dnr Mill, V.il.,. Linda Bob.na. H. Sibley] and Mrs. John Erick. Lemon AuxiliarySets
R.borHo .. Cna rIK > .on.
g'OAlq g'u LehaQ cEMarae i av'ea; _.. WUII._.. W
I II V.. A special! thank you" went
to Mrs William H. Moore of r
Poppy Day
I 265 Nokomis Are. Venice Englewood who" collected near.

Births I ly *!00 in the Englewood area

with the assistance of tile Girl ENGLEWOOD: Poppy Days I

'T1\IC'ltLANI'I, )I.. and M... rb,..Ioa Scouts and Boy Scouts. being observed Saturday by
f it. II& I. Bet I.H. bit rrxt. m. 1bl'
members of the Le
John" U. Itmi..n4, tor" tai. I I The Key Club and Kejettes American
t:M p.m.DAVlt. Club of Venice as usual con. ,ion Auxiliary'. Lemon Bay
.. knit i i
Mr M I" Winiui M re.Popplen
ributed much
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 443.2291 HI, bili' .4. ilujfbuf. 1...$. Ant time and effort. kt t
D..... torn F'". 1 .. I.U e" The Keyettes marched during are worn once a yearto
I FELT Mr, .a4 Mrs Suv F.. BatW the Mothers' March and put OB express the feeing; of reverence ,
TO MEDITATEIf o.... ....k.r. .. a4e. SHIM felt a hootenanny to for the men who died in I Ib
replace March
.. 1
bon F'" M earl.: two world wars They are I ,
ot Dimes funds stolen
you really want to know yourself, editett.t To meditate Ere:CANFIILP nn4. b II,aeo. and Mr CiJda* Mrlvh C.efeid I.., Key Club.Hasson. from the mad by disabled veterans in

it not lust| to think. John Wesley, the founder! of Method .bon F.... II M 11.II ... Veteran. Administration hot! .w

said, "W* hen need daily to retire from the world at lent ijtsls who derive a doable

morning end evening to convene with God, to commune SpeakerFor benefIt from the work Employment -

more fully with our Father which is in tecret Nor indeedcan ALLENConvalescent as they earn money
for making each flower and the
man of eiper ence condemn even longer seasons of and COMA :MeetState therapy of having busy hands KMI HELD ITS ANNUAL SWEETHEART Venice, Company A; Cadet Capt. C: 11

religious retirement so they do not imply any neglect of Nursing Home and minds to help aid in theu PARADE Sunday with aeveral thousand on 'y and Miss Myra Ratlibum San: r many

the worldly employ where the providence of God his 24 Hour Nursing Service recovery. hand to witness the impressive event. fiveof B: Cadet Capt. Robert Hulbe I t:1!
placed ." Rep. John Huson will the six sweethearts are shown here as they ferri Hurt ,'
u* Phone Venice 'SA.Z7n All donations Louisville. Ky Con -t t.
entirely for
lit rowers DS LEON "YLYou'll I ddress the annual meeting of go I are accompanied by their escorts the company : Cadet Capt. James Frederick and Mi S.- .r.1
the Sarasota .,. welfare activities Mrs Marie
Council of M h commanders to the stand .
reviewing Bradley Venice V t"
Company D Cadet
Albright chairman and her
borhood :
Organizations on legislation From left Cadet Capt. Scott and Miss Sherry ward Keeton and Miss Melanie B"'
committee Mrs G
concerning: mental rardation. *- tor g e Spires, Leesburg. K,., Band Cadet Baton Rouge
I each. Mrs Clark Eccles Mrs I company << representing the b::..
Treasure the pleasure ofQ)1IJVlIOOOJ The meeting will be held William: Haste, Mrs. _Don Capt. John Waller and Miss Madge Grove staff, are not shown See story pace: n

Teb. 21 in the weewsor.. Mrs. Hilda H. Clare,

of Loen First Assn.Federal community Tamiami Savings room and MI'I.Meehl Pete. Mrs.Gaisaway Jack Long Mr*,. Roy are City Council Orders Study Of Church To Start

( ) ( ) ILR( IHrJrIN( ( Sara souOfficers on Trailin selling these poppie..

All residents in the Englewood .
for 13M will be elected Handrail Proposal At Beach
area are urged to con-
and installed. Drive For FundsA
tribute to this most worthy -
, Outdoor Lighting maiM: your terra. patio sad garden part of cause. by a donation in the coin
Senior citizens: may find it Pavillion was turned down by
your home after dark .gtvei you more living tpice and more boonof boxes in exchange for the little fund drive to finance r*
enjoyment It sets the mood for fun and enUrtainoMHt... 'TIS VALENTINE poppy easier to dunk themselves in the council at Tuesday night'smeeting. jin
struct ion of the first b I
the warm waters of the Gulfat The sale of such
CTMUS dramatic contrails and beautiful effect l in your garden. Further details the for the Venice United C JI'tof
on proposed the Venice items
Continued from public beach if is prohibited in the city's
Electric Poit Lights l at driveway borne entrance page
are >
pecully card: party scheduled toe Christ on its five and ow
a study by City Planning DI. on the concession at the
desirable for safety and protection. They brightly welcome off. Mostly sweethearts > held on Tuesday afternoon rector Paul Youngberg vll1lon. half acre Venice Gardens UK
your guests and discourage trctpuaon New model are available and mostly with the time.honored arch 10th() will be outlined by fessible will get underway Monday!

with a "mafic eye" that automatically turns light ON at dusk, card: though the courted Chairman Mrs Pete Gassa- City Clerk Harry Hager was The campaign will l wind u'

I OFF at dawn-whether you're home or away female today may also reap all way, at the regular meeting Youngberg was asked by instructed to notify.the author Sunday Feb 23, with a catvass -
for to be held next City Council to check on the that the city "won t let down friend!
Lights outdoor living are easy to inital surpnnnfly low sorts of expensive gifts, from Monday night. of members and
cost of the barriers
in cost See the I fin aelecuon at your' favont lctncal contractor candy to jewelry. Other Important activities installing a rope handrail or change thelease" of the church
will be extending from the beach to permit sale of the Dr E. Robert Chab:' churtpastor !
or lighting itor. The male? He'11 get a card. brought before the : into the water for the benefitof book
membership for discussion and said Roy Tunrc of t> Bit
ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET "OUTDOOR LIGHTING" I And also!maybe leap a year female Unless since he Its action. Following the business 'I beach older facility.bathers using the city The council In other action: falo N Y.. will arrive bf"

Fun at dM la nip roes ta ptauuntor heeds for the hills. session, the regular social hour e Accepted the audit of the Monday to conduct tl din
mom fun bMutyFIOIIU udrlNJ a.Dty will be enjoyed in a Joint; but.fit i And they can thank a fellow city: p n.ion fund. for funds The fund rannj o

spread with the post memo oldster. Ragnar Lindbloom of C Tabled a request for an pert is with the depart-nent; 0''
-- bere. 117 Sorrento St., who urged the church finance advisory **
) : );r.flamele f I retaliation occupational license for a one
of the
Elferdlnk'a of in vice.
: Osprey The ladies have been Invited ropes a day antique show
.Ir' "un f'S to attend the after ; letter to Councilman Dr John Goal get
rt $100.fIOe LlqaldatiOll Sale ial function with meeting the so R. Hogan city beach director. C Heard a letter of com- Coal for the building to"i

rOWEI t IIIIT CtMMIIT VP: TO 49% OFF members which" : will feature poet a I Council President E. S. (Bill) mendatlon for Patrolmen William campaign !has been set at IJl.

NfIl.d IelL1 ,{ORII/ color slide travelogue in ad-. Raymond agreed the idea was Kruger and Frank Covill 000 by the congregation of *

lotion to the buffet luncheon. I a good one. Said Raymond, I from P. R. Uvsey 1711 For. I II church, which held Us fit*

"I've seen it done in the Atlantic rest Road Venice Gardens worship service Just 16 month!

Ocean and I don't think e Received a letter of ap ago,

1:1: 1, it should be too difficult in the predation and a promise of Dr Chable said the cburtf

t tI tI tI tI Ill f Gulf" continued cooperation from already owns more than ill

I Ifj Temporary 60()-day permit Venice Composite Squadron of 000 in furnishings and equipment \ !

{ rrit iI1 for the erection of directional the Civil Air Patrol with $12.000 In addi'low

OUR signs on city property for the o Learned that the Venice. funds presently in Its buiito
Tnends of the Library St. fund
I Nokomis Outboard Club has
I I FUNERAL Marks Teen Episcopal Church and dropped plans for a clubhouseon Architect for the proposlt
Haven were authorized T. Snit
city new church Is Frank
property at the muni
by the council. The city will Clpal of Sarasota who is devslopb
HOME launching .
I1 o Install the library sign in the Center Road.ramp on Tarpon a master plan for the entity

i 1: i iPy parkway opposite the Gulf site calling for a sancluMJ
n I breeze
I and issue temper Popping corn after the bar. fellowship !hall religious ea '
ary permit for the other two. admini tn
tI becue When tlon facilities and
you mlr: the
I 1 An application by Mrs M. pop.
w corn with melted butter live offices'
I ege'kfl i.e t I I rf' C.sell Thomas for permission to margarine, add an ellra touch or The upcoming building fwd
,8 copies of !her booklet on will be OA
fdll Mad.erAlit With campaign, however.
Is IA keeping with the ren wnd* beauty. ef this are and fossils at the new Venice Beach Ian cheese. grated panne. Iy for the first unit to bl determined

P i r' + we, *ip.ei lly dittoed for our residents and visiting bY the congreliw"".

(.mil where they can b. served by an establishment Commute MembersT

{ 211 P offering our *rvici' *. a price that they cm afford. h building commIttal'
t headed by Col John L ft*

: aon. includes Herbert C ElllIIo

J. Herbert Hamilton E!: E obtDrI

RAWLESFUNERAL Higgs, Clark D Adair
e' A M Clark, Marvin Y Hawk. CaPf
AMAZINGII) Hubert E Paddock, Frank"'

t HOME Reynolds and Walter F WJ!

Dry Directing the fund raisinl

225 W. Yen** Are 48 J.4741 Muwd : campaign will be a e"71"
a ; E1''"
n w committee headed by

I Oivg** Therapy Senr/c assisted by Clark, Adair. Cf

Ferguson Mrs Edward ""J-
pO M. rs.b N.. 1II..t ar.arla
24 Hoar Ambilantt Seme else Vaar Arthur H. Pavson J lit,.

olds and Mrs Charles

Town. with Dr Chable M o

tx-otticio member.iFR7fi2 .


> FEBRUARY 13, 1964


Cooperative ducation;; Clubs Democratic Women To Hear BEAU'S -

'I State President TomorrowMrs WE OPEN SPRING
Guests Of VHS '
Group Feb. 8 THE OOH
Baker of Clearwater cratic Women Club will be Cffi0D] O@lli]
Yen're H gf. School Div rsl. Florida Democratic Mrs Adeline Ballard, presl 1 10 A
cooperative Training Club Women Club president, will dent; Mrs, Paul Taylor, vice- I
lied host Saturday to the District address members of the Seventh president, and Mrs George IFUlEVENT:
.11 I leadership council of Co- Congressional District Glbbs Jr, who will preside at A
Education Clubs offlorid" j clubs at a meeting. tomorrow at the meeting. Mrs Glbbs Is ,,,
operative SteakHouse 10 a.m, at Ryder Congress state vice-president from s
at s the SEASON On the threshold of
in South Venice Inn, Punta Gorda Seventh District and a state I Icommitteewomen. f/ a new

Talmadg Rushing, DCT coordinator Among those attending from I fashion season, we invite you
at VHS and district South Sarasota County Demo- During the business meeting .
,dv' sor. was 'In charge of the plans will be made for the Nat. I I to review the lovely styling-

I :HJO' day students e'-:1t., from Approximately Manatee, w w Jx Orchid Growing Club tonal conference Democratic which Women will be ,l I ''r FR so fresh, so Intriguing Every
,rasota,, Charlotte Le and +p, held in Washington D. C, in ... J't '
April day brings
I Collier counties attended. w new shipments to
began at 9 a.m. Mrs Baker la presently Mrs. I)1'1
The program
,I and la contests led until and 3pm business, with Society TopicA Gibbs Center houseguest home. at her Tarpon / [ i1.. be added to already large

talks. I-
stocks Personally selected
I /p-tetrJ on the agenda Bob __ Y discussion' by M. J. Bates, The local Democratic 'W6m ( al
Fornel president of the local : ;M Bradenton orchid grower, on' en'. Club will meet Monday by our buyers from the nations
I of the complicated neon at .
Club, was master ceremon 1 Ifi procedure Of Early Wynn SteakHouse .
\lea, and Jim Ballard, district raising orchids from seeds was with Sarasota County .; best sources. I
representative) on the cxecu- presented at the meeting of the Sheriff Ross Boyer as guest
lire beard, assisted in makn; ; Venice Area Orchid Society speaker.
tans for the state convention Wednesday evening The meeting will be open to 1-
in Tampa in May. During/ the business! meeting, the public, Mn Ballard will We Invite
The Rev Miles DePagter, Dr. J M. Eevtrson, president, preside,
( Grace Methodist appointed Mrs _A. C. Traver to
pastor '
charts; gave the keynote addreu fi oiarnnanawp of the orchid sec. Your Review!
Guests of honor at the lion of the Venice-Nokomis Fashion Show Set I
l luncheon were Mayor Garden Club flower show to be
noon Brohard Ron Brit held In March, Does At "
Snyth D. By VGA 4
Thirty blooming orchids, Just
in and
Sarasota County ache'1 come
brought by club members, t
board member: and Dr. Hus. were exhibited on the display leap-year luncheon, card
sell Wiley county school superIntendent +1 tJ table during the meeting party and fashion show will be Lss. : :% see for yourself
Bates expand: in his talk presented by Venice-Nokomis 1t
Venice Betty Kelly won the ixrr a that orchid see .s require threeto Drove 141, Benevolent and _
untiling contest and Katherine twelve months to mature. Patriotic Order of Does, on Here ot Beoll's we never
Hardily/ of Punta Gorda took The seeds are planted by the Feb. 27 at 12:30: p.m at Venice
st In the impromptu speak grower In a sterile growing Gardens Recreation Center. A6 high pressure but our

ill contest : mix In sterile bottles fitted with Mrs. Frank Sovereign of The ... prices are lower and selections
Tug Skit Winner special corks and sealed with Cotton Fair will present the "
plastic. The seedlings are then fashion show and discuss the are better, whether
For the second year in a row,
Venice won the skit contest I''I transferred, under a sanitary I styles II which will; be worn this c1<. you wear straight sizes,
plastic box with holes for the spring and summer Mrs Richard o
ash. "Marked Up Marked Juniors Ptites Halfs
arms, into other sterile betties Sadey is luncheon and
Down starring Nicol chairman tl ..
party BetweensArea's .
Fred Van Patten, Larry Isgrig:
: Seedlings are transpired Hostesses will be Mrs. Earl
Bob M tchem, Bob Fornal and
Gary Lassen Carm Geigleywas k twice more, into community Rawles,, Mrs. Harold Gavreau, fir
the director. _pots for 20 seedlings and later Mrs Ralph Anderson, MM: S.
f.t individual pots Five to six C. Cutler Jr. and Mrs. H. W.
The local 1 DCT club 111 roads a ,ears are required from seed Baukat Best Selections
'"' -
up of; tudent.In the DCTc. first bloom, Bates said, and Door and table prizes will be! ,
.3S. The Diveraitlve Coopera. WINNERS IN THE le amateur collector was advised I awarded A donation of $2 will
live Education program In. SPELLING and Impromptu Speaking that purchase of community be requested. 1A99
I eludes three classes, DE forM contests cil of held Saturday during the District 7 leadership coun pots of seedlings is con I 899 1399 1699
Cooperative Education Clubs of Florida .
es training, CBE for secre Steak at Early Wjnn slderably cheaper than growing
(anal and DCT for all Job House, were, left to right respectively, Betty Kelly of his collections from seed.
training categories. At present Venice High School and Katharine Hardesty of Charlotte High He explained that many Amer. Elferdink's of Osprey I II1MOOO
DE and CBE students at VHS School of Punta Cords (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Obendorf)) lean brldizers now offer or. I '
are in the DCT class. The DCT local clubs and rhld seeds on the market and Liquidation Sale I The Mood !
Rushing are close friends that commercial UP TO 49% OFF j : Spring
clubs are composed of all class The state convention In May and Rushing will Introdnce the growers use
I categories and the state Cooperative I I will have Dr Dekle DeLoach, speaker at the convention them as well as seed from
Education Club assistant FBI director, as Five VHS students will attend numerous foreign countries. ___G .. The Style
draws its membership from all gust speaker. Dr DaLoach Ms delegates .

YOU CM SAVE WAYSOn High 'Wide Handsome

| Church Groups Join Prayer Day Auto Insurance 3 a" ,

1 I. NEW LOW RATES 014 L: I I Honestly, styles are
Women groups from nine! charge of music, and Mrs service program Is written bya 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
Protestant churches in the Ven Giles P. Miller, invocation' different author. Services be. 3, LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE prettiest, materials
id area will celebrate World Representatives from the gm in the. Pacific Islands and
Day of Prayer Friday at 10:30: other participating churcheswill continue around the world et finest
am. In a joint service at Grace I tike part in the program hourly for the 24-hour period, e 4Mf are
Methodist Church They are: Mrs. Palmer Rice last services being held in Alas. lt/ 4
Mrs Sherwin. Forbus, vice and Mrs Lucian Smith, Venice kaThis AGENCY .
president of the Women Society !
Nokomia Presbyterian Church; year's author is Dr.I I '
of Christian Service of the Mrs James Sims, Union Missionary Madeleine Barot, executive 1f' 116 W. Venice Avenue
host church, will be in chargeof Baptist; Mrs Emory secretary of the World CouncilOf ."." Telephone 488-3209 f ,
the program. themed Let b ta era,
ShAW, Johnson Chapel; Mrs Churches department of l
li Pray She will be assisted Henry Sourbcer, Emmanuel men, women and children in I ., 299Featunlsg 10 599
t by> Mrs F Reide Onley, In Lutheran; Mrs John L. Crofts, church, family and society. I
Mrs. James T. Blalock, Mrs
Bridge LuncheonAt T B. Richardson, Mrs Fred ,
Gorenflo and Mrs Roy Ber- I We challenge you to equal
VYC Tuesday flue, Venice-Nokomis Methodist 7 the selection or values.
Mrs August Waeldin and Church; Mrs Margaret
Mrs. Street Gusack, St. Mark Episcopal
Ralph Chase will be host-
cues at the Venice Yacht Club Church: Mrs. Daisy
ladies bridge luncheon Tuesday Stevenson, Calvary Reformed MORE CHRYSLER
noon at the clubProgressive Church, and Mrs. W, J. Barclay Spring Fabrics
bridge and fourwnes United Church of Christ

will he played. The hostesses The World Day of Prayer,
may be called for reseriUm3 observed each year by United
'" not later than Sunday Churchwomen on the first Fri. Continue To Pour In! -
They also request notification day in Lent was instituted 75
of cancellations years ago and each year theoirn.enereti.

.. Take a morning or afternoon off and r

FOR THE VERY BESTVALENTINE leisurely shop these literally hundreds of

new weaves, new patterns, improved

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c STATIONERY Two strong lines, "Ship and Sail" ;
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JEWELRY FOR LESS MONEY patterns for sportswear, ;

CANDY slipless dressed, shifts. We match

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I S run w SO,000 miles.wtiieluvw cornel first,against;delect, in metauh and workmanjh; sod will replace r or roper il.i ChryslerMotors :
4 Corporal Authored Dotler plan of business,the( angina block held and internal parts, Intake manifold), water pump by women who know materials who do sew themselves and have
1 transmiiiHXi case and,mtimsl pirtiwclud manual'dutch).torque converter,drive shaft universal joints,rear sate and Keren'
I lul and rear wheel taring of Is 1964 automobiles,provided the owner has the angina oil changed every 1 months or 4.000 nt Usfiidiever the knack of selecting best patterns. They confer with readytowear -
comes first, the oil filler replaced every second oil chap and the carburetor air filter cleaned every I months and
replaced every 2 years.and very I months furnishes to such I dealer evidence of perlormince the required service,ind requests buyers and study pattern and fashion forecasts. Just shop
the dealer to certify((1)I)race pt of such evidence and((2)) the car'i then currant mileage.'
rinse our fabrics and compare with any dept. You'll recognize the




Phens 488.677' ... .... 'fl.. .. .J. .
V'"ea Mtdeal Center Phone 488.39a5 "" .v 'JrY. ..... w7IURSPAY -- ,, ,

1500 South Trail VenIce Phone 488.6745 I




To make croutons for Caesar

Too! OES To Install slices Salad of and white other bread dishes In' one cut,
[ Here--Fashions I inch cubes
DOROTHY GATNORWomen's : Spring's half Toast the
I ( bread cubes In garlicflavoredolive

jottings Editor SlateVenice oil until golden brow,
: Spring is here. Officer and crisp keep heat low and
: Items to 488-MOJ Forget what the calendar I allow plenty of time for this

newspapers, radio, TV and Chapter 248. Order of --
-I.1ottJnca .. your five senses tell you Some Star. will install 1964 rI
140 Venice area women who i
is breaking a heretofore being so at the very large attended the St. Mark's Episcopal I at an open at the I Elferdink's of Osprey
hard and fast rule today, crowds which continue to turn Churchwomen's annual 1w 8:00: p.m. tomorrow
for a very special reason for out for the Sunday afternoon I fashion show and luncheon Masonic Temple on Venice I!' $100,000 Liquidation Sale I

aver, special person. That inimitable Venice-Nokomis Art Assn. receptions Tuesday are already hatf-way Avenue. HP TO 49%/ OFF
and effervescent per. for the one-man showsat into summer after viewing the Elective officers are: Worthy -
ion, Mrs. Bertha Perkins, left Italian Villa. Again, Sunday, latest in spring fashions and matron, Mrs. Wade H..
a short" time ago for treatmentfor I some 250 persona (and that is I.a 'they wouldn't know the mean Ballard Sr.; worthy patron, -
a serious J sinus infection in I large group for this town) ing of the word winter at this I Tom Suteu; associate matron, -
New Orleans and we heard this showed up at the Stephania point. Mrs. Thomas R. Barrett; as
week that she is quite ill. Since Takores reception. A good -
And no wonder, for the fashions sociate patron Wade H. Ballard BOBDY Sick
.t least every other persona show, we hear, though wehaven't Mrs Ehhu
presented by Shop Sr. ; secretary BE SURE YOU NAYS
hereabouts loves her dearly, yet gotten there and Mrs
and Vogue one Roberts treasurer,
Young presage B. ;
would want to unable to attend Sun.
we thought you were on conductress,
of the prettiest in along Griggs
springs Glenn ;
know, so you could ae..i her a day long time. The accent on Mrs. Donald H. Conn; assocl- DICK* MEADOWSPHARMACY
card If don't know the address -0-
? you fit but fitted Mrs Alva
slimness, ,
t ask one of her close Mrs. Mary Mitchell of Fie. DonaldH.
dresses and comfortable narrow and sentinel,
friend, or call us. What a won. sole St. has as her houseguestMrs. Soldner, COMPOUND HISPRESCRIPTIONS
suits practi-
useful gal, and won't it help a Helen Orem from, New cal-whatever-the-style jacketed put Florida Conn. /

lot for her to hear from allof Albany Ind. Mary was away women right up on top this I Appointive officers are:
us? from Venice from October Until a chaplain Mrs Willis R. Funk;
with their Northern sisters T
...0- the first of the year, and it year who can afford to be less I marshall, Mrs. Foy White;
t And since the rule Is being is good to have her back. comfortable, since they live in- 4 ? i e organist Mrs. Grace Schwen- i aIltftl a
broken today about mentioning --- doors. neker Adah Mrs Russell

illnesses, we'll continue doingso The C. L. Schliers and the This popular annual show, always Driscoll: Ruth, Mrs. Walter
for one more time, this one George Spenders of Gulf Shores sellout, has reason to i I Weeks; Esther, Mrs Chas
with a most ironic twist. The are entertaining with a noon be so.a Great attention to detailin ,I Cardon; Martha, Mrs Bruce
Jeanis auditions are due to be picnic tomorrow on Manaaota the decorations, food and Rigby; Elects, Mrs Arthur
held tomorrow and Saturdayand Key for Gulf Shore residentsm show planning assure the local I Bowers, and warder, Mrs
VHS student and song honor of visitors in that sec Barrow Simpson.
women of a pleasant entree into
stress bliss Jennie Brown, is lion Mrs. Thomas Edward
ideas. officers will be:
being; sponsored by the Cecilian Hanson Jr. of Walled Lake, spring .. ,.... Installing
.. -.r -
tables Chapman
Music Society as its contestant. Mich., Mrs. Schleir's sister, is This year the small Mrs Forrest
Mrs. Brown told us Tuesdaythat here as are the Gordon( Rowes were charmingly decoratedwith SPRING CAME TO VENICE Tuesday at the stage are models Mrs. James Ponder III and grand matron of Sarasota;
Jennie had just gone to of Cape Cod guests of the John valentine trees hearts and St. Mark's Episcopal Churchwomen's annual daughter, Tracy modeling two of the newest Mrs. 0. K. Simonsen, past matron
I bed: with the MEASLES and Anthony of Sunset Road. other valentine idea centerpieces fashion show luncheon. Fashions by Helena spring costumes Mrs Charles Rickard was Venice Chapter; Mrs
that Dr. Kaplan said, via first Should be fun Mrs. Hanson and the menu from the Shop and Young Vogue were shown, with chairman with Mrs, A. Walter Johns, cochairman Brent Livingston, past matron, IIX 1r. la.1lENlaap
telephone report, they LOOK whom. we met at the St. Mark's crisp green salnd to the chocolate Mrs. Ralph Thomas, at the podium in the One hundred and forty area wom- Sarasota Chapter; Mrs David
like the old-fashioned kind not luncheon, is awfully nice and icebox pie would have I background, presenting the commentary. On en were guests McIntyre: Venice Chapter and
the three-day variety. And fun. She'll be here until the pleased! the moat discriminating Mrs. Frances SchulU, Sarasota 1 //I
Jennie has already finished her 25th. as it did. less shift which Florida D. Berry, Maurice Marr. Robert Burnam Jones, James Dick, Chapter.
1964 competition ballgown aUI -0- The guests themselves seem women will probably NEVER Anderson and son, Michael Frank Fisher, Joseph Feytel, of refreshments
herself and ed to have from Vogue give up-and an electric green James Ponder and daughter, I June Deegan and O. L. Kill- Those In charge
by !! Bless her, cross This Is a belated welcome to stepped Mrs. Arthur P. Swan-
and Bazaar, fine and black geometric print, Tracy, Mrs Robert Mahon, : -
Harper's a
fingers. the
your George Fisslers of Pointe orin.Ticket Mrs.
fitted al Master David Palmer and Mistress son, Mrs
-- White Cap Apartments setting for a fine show present. slightly conjured up chairman was Mrs.
Very Taylor, Mr. Clyde Tay
I ed by Mrs. Ralph Thomas as most-forgotten warm weather Kerry Smith. Charles McG. Roberts Mrs. Clyde
Mr. and Mrs. John Nye (he belated They moved here in lor, Mrs Chas. Shaw, and Mrs.
retired as publisher of the November and every time we commentator.Show wear. The popular young matron A. Bradford Smith was in I Tom Suteu.
Nashville Tennesaean not long see them we plan to mentionit theme was "Come to Predominantly shown were vocal group, the Coquettes, entertained charge of seating arrange
ago) came to Venice to escape then promptly forget. He isa the Fair," and the models were the easyto-wear fashions during intermission.Door ments. r
the Nashville snows and in the former Olympic swimming outfits suited for the Gasparilla always on the Florida scene prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. Elwood King was in CHILD CARE CENTER %
week this charming couple was champion. incidentally, and festival, the county and state and now, thanks to the perennial Mesdames Pelham Livesey, charge of table serving, assist
here the sun hardly peeped out. both are very interesting and airs and the World's Fair in Chanel, sweeping the coun Frank Hady. C. E. Hodgin, D. ed by Mesdames Sam Calla- Open 6 Days a WeekDAY

They were terribly disappointed welcome additions to our town. Chicago. try. The pretty suits, from R. Van Sickler, William Bose, way, Mark Bishop, Robert CARE-7:30 ..m. to 5:30: p.m. .a' "
of course, although Mrs.Ny. k>, welcome, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thomas wore a cowel- NEW navy blue, with a difference William Loeffler, Roy Deming Spaulding, Victor Bo, Gilbert KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 9:00: \
said, "But at any rate, itisn't George Fissler. I neck coral and bone dress (the to melon shades filled Thomas Shera, Russell Twing. Andrews, Tom Blades, Margaret
cold!I" They left on Sun. -o- coral was In the polka dots) the show with aleek, slim (and Harvey Spaunburg, Charles Busby, Donald Stevenson, SER1TEI;: 11:30 NURSERY: a.m. FOR BABIES ( :
day. It has happened that way Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kam- covered with a slim, slim slimming) magnets. Brunei William Birmingham. Iva Good, Ann Lothman and )
for them, however on all their merer of Venice Gardens had a sleeveless straight coat in cor The youngsters made beautiful Norman Magee and Miss Ann Frederick Oram 6 Months to 2 Y.ers. d.il \ l'\
winter Florida visits What a reunion at their home early al. The dress sleeves were full and charming models in Watterson.Mrs. Mrs. William Noyes and Mrs. PLAY SCHOOL DAILY "\
shame. \his month when they enter. and tightly cuffed. their sharp blazers (the boys) Charles Rickard was William Grove arranged the LAUREL DAY SCHOOL .k".
-- tamed Mr. and Mrs. Harold and very feminine full-skirted chairman and Mrs A. Walter stage setting and Mrs. Bob
hats shown
Another short-time guest, Spiller of Chatham N. J., and twice Derby with sports were outfits, and little girl dresses. Johns, co-chairman Luncheon Becker made the rosebud and AND NURSERYLaurel
who is so busy being entertained ilr. and Mrs. Charles Ponton their ,dressier counterparts, not Models were Mesdames John chairman was Mrs. Sam Cutler lace-covered Valentine pro Rd. & Old Trail 488.2639'atMeetirsAaofefgeil84r
that she doesn't have time of St. Petersburg. The men shown at the show, will be complementing Meadows, Delbert Weedon, Z. Sr. assisted by Mesdames grams. .
to know whether the weather is served in the same Universityof __
-- -
-- -- --
the costumes at theestdressed __neee4M+aeaheiaewaeanaaa_ -- _-- L Ilr _
good or not, is Mrs Charles M. Michigan ambulance units
> events in the country
Hanneman of Columbus. She in WWI and had a fun-three- -
arrived on the 8th to visit her days of reminiscing. this year. THE BEST BLUE PRINT FOR O
sister and brother-in-law Mrs There was a sprinkling of
O. L. Mahon of Venezia Park, The Richard Framheins and floral prints in the show, onea .A RELIABLE I BUILDER!
and her appointment book is tour.m nth-old Kathy Lynn bright bouquet of flowers HOME OWNERSHIP l
chock-full, right up to depar- tram Ossming, N. Y. are here sprinkled over the blouse of an
I ture time. Three days after, as visiting! his parents Mr. and easy fitted dress with the
a matter of fact, for she plan- Jrs. Theo C. Framhein of blouse appliqwd on) the lemon
ned to leave the 22nd and parties Tirenze, East. They will be yellow skirt. Another hyacinth
are scheduled] through the here for two weeks. He is with : pattemed belted dress Brewpleased
25th. No wonder she's a delightful the Westchester County Park comments from the au I
person and is well way police force. The senior dience.
known here having been a iYamheins have been here for Another boldly-striped sleeve- i PARADE OF HOMESOPEN

winter visitor for the past seven Iwo years, coming from Yonkers -
years. N. Y.
-o Mrs.McCreeryCongressman -
Peg (Mrs. John) Bradish J. R. Houser of Hauser Lane OPEN FOR YOUR

lays that her singer-cousin, Lillian lived for 38 years in Sleepy II

that aha Knight is ,singing wrote aboard last week the Eye,a Minn more(provocatove and can you imagine name WedMrs. EAST GATE ON EAST VENICE AVENUE. VENICE. FLORIDA

Italia which Iris C McCreery of
was at the time for a town?) and is now unofficial -
cruising between New York Florida host to all Minn- Rome N. Y. and Venice was I
City and the Bahamas. Lillian esotians heading Floridaward. married on Feb 8 to Illinois I
oct hopes to be in Venice again Recent guests at his home here Congressman Edward R. Fin- 6 Beautiful Model Homes
late in March. Also, Pete Brad. (he came to live permanentlyIn negan. I ,- -
Ian and his bride of October 1961 but has been visiting Mrs. Finnegan has maintained j .
write that they will stop by en here, winters, since 1937)) were a winter home in Venice: on '" r. ', '
route from San Angelo, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Her- Apalachicola Road, for several 1 ,J _
to the North. They didn't say tel of Fergus Falls Minn., Mr. years. j a.j 1 1- J

! when but the Bradishes are and Mrs Arthur Godfrey (yes, They were married In the .

I happy about it. whenever. that's right) from Mount Lake chapel of DePaul University in l' ,.... ..
iinn ..
II and two couples from Chicago. The Rev. FerdinandJ.
I There, is no. reason to be varprised. Sleepy Eve, the George Woold- Ward, C. M., performed the J JU1Ihf
but >m lOW we keep ricks and the Pershing Snows. ceremony.The r 1 ,
I T"tH.. Twu1Ti'r; -- .

M j Art Show To Open Sunday I ,L::':::'\t,..,. 1/ 1t v'i ,. "-'".,. I k ? :T. !

''''''''- '' '''
:'' big event of the art year -- d
i '
;'/1 in Venice, the All-Member
: Show, will open with a recep-
.' : tion Sunday from 2 to S p.m.
at the Venice Branch of Sara. THE SOUTHERN BELLE Gulf Coast
sota Federal Savings and Loan by Development THf STARFIRf II by Don Heath
Assn. and Builders, Inc.

The public Is Invited and -- -

show winners will be chosenby awea
, vote of those attending.
Each member of the association I
composed of both amateur 1 .T
and professional artists may
a enter one painting, drawing or R
piece of sculpture and entries i

may be submitted to Miss Lucy 4f
Journeay. receiving chairman !
d, I through today at the savings .

/ and loan association. I ..... __

A 525 gift certificate donated 1 h. w x

by Venice Stationers, will go ,
t to the top winner and a $10 savings I
1 account donated by Sarasota I
Federal Savings and Loan ,
Assn. will be second prize. '..
zev'a+ s ++ :-.L ..
LWA"IVI ) Mrs T. A. Parrott Is general i '

Jack chairman Kail of will the be exhibition in charge and of i THE CARDINAL by Harley Whiteaker THE AM/SON/ BLEU by Cockrill Developers & Builders, Inc.

balloting. .

IVI Refreshments will be serv y

ed Mrs. Robert Handley will C:
be in charge of the reception
committee, assisted by Mesdames .
I Garold] Stryker. Rock. I II
wood Bul.ard, Charles MmkTed I I
How.-.j Normand
Patton and I
; Wi. jm P Way. ,

Miss Ethel Morrison is In i L.S. ___
charge of hanging, assisted by I
Mrs Seymour Smith and Mrs 6 ]
BIGGEST ART SHOW of the season In Venice is the Venice. Hays Watlington. J : iinudt
Nokomic Art Ain All-Member Show, which opens with a reception
Sunday afternoon at the Venice branch of Sarasota Most of the artists will be

Federal Savings and Loan Awn. Winners ar chosen by popular present it the reception to
I vote at the receptions. Prizes are donated this year by answer questions regarding j
I Venice Stationers and Sarasota Federal, and the art club their entries, art association of.
f president, Dr. Garold Stryker, left, Is shown receiving the finer said.
I awards from Charles Bruin local Sarasota Federal manager The show will be on exhibit i
and David Hamilton right owner of Venice Stationers during banking hours through I THE MARTINIQUE by Chester A. Mayer THE -

(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bub Obendorfj March 8, --c--n-: .. .. ..... MALIBU by AI Welch _



tniY. FEBRUARY 13U4, \

IIA V Ball Big Success ,dwN a W Y ( ; Spruce Up, Gals, It's Beauty I

! In Both Fun And Funds Week For All The BeautifiersArea

hairdressers and cosmetologists general chairman of the
: are midway in i events, assisted by Mrs. Betty I
. Batven waa a lucky number several established round The use of the ballroom was then activities for National Albano and Miss Carol Hus-
lay for the Venice HosI I dance patterns as well as the donated by Early Wynn Lanes Beauty Salon Week which ton. Mrs. Trixie Nelson, president
*.w tail try Volunteers. new "Hash" dance. which also contributed a per 0f winds. up Saturday with a bake opened the first event of
,at Nr, thirteenth annual charIit Lynn and David Corbett presented centage of the evening's pro- ale in Englewood and a rummage the week, a breakfast at Woodbine
I i netted more than,$2,000, I two instrumental and ceeds. Venice Yacht Club, sale in Venice. Restaurant in Englewood.
:;rr3t sum derived from vocal numbers and the Bash- which held a cocktail party s X Proceeds from the week's Wendell Hicks officiated 03
v of the annual balls. The ful Bachelors, Lauden Pitts, preceding the ball, also madea kas activities arranged by the local special director.
will be used for pur- David Corbett and Ned Staf- contribution.Mrs. J! chapter of National! Hairdressers The Saturday rummage Bale
.<.<. nay JSf of equipment for Veniceie'zSO ford, received great applause Harold Smith was gen k and CosmetologistsAssn in Venice will be et 135 W. Venice -
: for their Instrumental and vocal eral ball chairman, assisted by will go to the South Sar- Ave. It will begin at 8:30a :
to 300 guests were numbers Bob Anderson Mrs. Carl Henlein, cochairman. /4 asota County Assn, for Retarded m. Items for this sale may
Sd at the door of The completed the evening's entertainment Mrs Rex Sowle was responsible i Children. be left at Trixie't Beauty
itou* at Early Wynn with a vocal number, for the door prizes r Miss Ruth Ann Zicbarth is Studio
npl bY HAV President Mrs accompanied by the Aristocnts. and the 150 grab bag gifts, donated t ..
mam Jones The ballroom Winners of the door prizes by HAV members. Mrs.L. _
decorated with gay travel were Mrs. Raymond Duke, W. Barnes was in charge of
,tars and individual flag Mrs. Delwin Link, Mrs. Harold the gift wrapping.The .
I Ie': decorations, in accord- Smith, R. D. Lanlus, Vernon "Gigolos," wearing I w
., With the Cabaret I teri Waite A. Walter Johns, Jack hearts on their sleeves sold
1 nale theme Denton, H. JMmmerman. Albert tag dances for 25 cents each to
,ie jij -v Guest, whose Lundwall, John Crofts, the women present.! This has
ntY,: w'M revealed during/ Phil Johnson and Ray Van Ors- been one of the popular feat t .
'. 1 i' ring by a succession of dole.Door ures of HAV bulls for several 1r 1r 41P
'?s w i correctly guessed prizes were donated bv years. The "Gigolos" are recruited iNuEk a
..r 'e", nd clue to be Col. Jay Lumlev] Ponder's Liquor from the ranks of local F'
i R ,r.mond, Kentucky Store. S4H Redemption Center business and professional men.
-" In :'tu'e' president. L. Adams and Houser, Dick Decorations were plannedand THE 1964 POPPY QUEEN:: Mi s Jane Che- test ants Patty Feldman. left Nancy Peterson
,vman, end Mrs. E D Ball I and Meadows Drug Store, executed by Mrs John nault, will repre- nt the Amenc Lejion front, and Suzanne Peterson right look on
'I the: prl -winners. I I Beall's, Nestlewood, Taylor Ferguson! and Mrs. R. V. Hand- Auxiliary in the Legion allvitk on Poppy The queen was chosen by vote of Legionnaires
>' : (for dancing was play- Hardware, Grant's, Venice Stationery ley. They were assisted by Days, Feb. 28 and 29 She was elected and and Auxiliary members present at the
'." the Aristocsts Elss', Del's Sewing Fred Wilson and Mesdames S. crowned Monday night at the Legion Hall. meeting. Miss Chenault is the daughter of Mr. (G
rftrWinment was providedhe Center and Burnam Jones, who W. Rogers Leonard Nason, Last year's queen, Miss Dime Sauerwine is and Mrs. A. L. Chenault Groveland Ave i f sftrHeii
Gardenaires, directed contributed an oil painting of Leslie Heath Wesley: Mathews shown placing the crown on her head as cons (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
piton Markle They exhib- St. Tropez which was framedby and Mr. and Mrs. Philip CaJd- X- X- *
i both square dancing and Normand Patton well. Mrs. Russell Tilt and

) charge Mrs. Harlan of tickets Walker and reserva-were in i Jane Chenault Poppy QueenMiss I
1 'uons. Jay Lumley was in Sure to Win Hearts
charge of the Gigolos.
and Influence Intentions
Jane Chenault, dau She was elected and crowned commander of No-Vel Post 159
Cadet Valentine ter of Mr. a Mrs. A. L. at the group's meeting, Mon The new queen will represent
nault of Groveland Ave is h-I day night, attended by more i the unit during Poppy Days, MEN'S PAJAMAS
Parade Colorful American Legion than 60 Lesion and Auxiliary Feb. 28-29 and will deliver poppies -
i 1964 Poppy Queen. members. Her father is post- to patients at Venice Hos- 1 They're candy striped in
Despite somewhat chilly
| pital and assist in other
I weather, one of the largest
Days activities.
I crowds of the winter season
was on hand Sunday afternoonfor Cecilians Sponsor Meanie' She was crowned by Miss DI- S5.95
the Kentucky Military In- ane Sauerwine, the out-going
[ stitute's traditional full dress queen, and was presented a pair
I review in honor of St. Valen Entrant Miss Jennie BrownThe poppy charm, an Auxiliary pin,
tine's Day. her tiara and a poppy corsage.A HE'LL "HEAR"

I When Cadet Major Edward poppy poster contest at
I C. Keeton of Winchester, Ky., !I Cecilian Music Society of Bay Shore Drive, Engle- Venice Junior High School was How Much You Love Him .
sounded the adjutant's call at will sponsor Miss Jennie Brownof v.ood, is the only area entrant won by Rick Feldman. Second
3:50: pm. the six girls chosenby Englewood in thJ $1,000 this year. The second federated prize went to Rusty Arquetteand JOCKEY t
ballot as the sweethearts Jeanie scholarship contest to music club here, the Nocturne third place award to Lynn VALENTINE SURPRISE Sl.95
I of the five companies of cadets be held in White Springs to- Hour Music Club, is not spon- Ehlers. A similar contest at
1 f, : d U eI and the band were presentedwith morrow and Saturday. soring a contestant this year. Venice High school was won by
corsages and introduced Miss Brown is a Venice High Dave Burley, with Connie Au v
I One of the largest Florida
db .y nIlF WJ r to the corps by the battalionand scholarships offered aspiring School senior and contralto soloist winning second place. Legion- 'Qhr c ( en's hnp
company commanders to women singers, the with the Venice High naires and Auxiliary members
the tune of "Let Me Call You I young Stephen Foster Memorial Com- School Chorus. She also is so- present judged both contests.A .
Sweetheart.: mission's Jeanie contest is be- loist at the First Congregational Valentine party yesterdayat
I The young ladies were then ing held for the thirteenth Church in Sarasota. She is Loveland School for Retard.
escorted to special seats in the year. The first place award, organist of Englewood First ed Children was given by the
reviewing stand and the full prior to this year, has been Baptist Church and plays Auxiliary. In charge were Mrs
itr dress parade in their honor $500. There are four $200 run firing bass in the West Coast Dick Rich, child welfare chair VENICE FLORIDA
proceeded as usual with Com- awards. Youth Symphony: Orchestra man; Mrs. Curtis Boyle, com- ,
pany A winning the military ner-up and Venice HIgh School Or- munity service chairman; Mrs
efficiency honors of the day. Miss Brown, daughter of licslra. She> plays a saxaphono George Kaup, Auxiliary president El Patio Hotel 225 W. Venice. Ave.

:7E: LETTERS IN THE SAND" It's Jill again -- con- I Representing Capt. Scott P. Navy Cmdr. and Mrs Brown ,n the Venice Hich School'! band and Mrs Walter Surls

r.t: from page one with a ery special message to a Bcrdine, of Leesburg, Fla., 1.- ,'"--_. .- -, .._. .. ..0- .____ __ _---- --- -- ----- _. -
the Band --
and was
I special Valentine But she didn't tell us who the lucky company
Miss Sherry Spires, of Leesburg -
J:* man is. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf ; Capt. John L. Waller of

Atlanta Ga., and Company A

NOW APPEARINGAT was Venice Miss; Capt.Madge Gordon Grove R. Jolly of,

THE of Sherdeen, Ohio, and Company -
,: B was Miss Myrna Rath- BIG .y ALUES !
MYAKKA LOUNGE 'bun of Sarasota; Capt. RobertP.
Hulbert of Stronsburg, Pa.,
BEA HUNTER and Company C was Miss Terri
v Hurt of Lousville, Ky.; Capt.
James D. Frederick of White
'For Your Entertainment' Oak, Ky., and Company D was
., Miss Nancy Bradley of Ven-
a t Song Stylist/ and Organist; ice; Cadet Major Keeton and @,23 IN.CONSOLE.

COME JOIN THE PARTYS. the headquarters staff was Newll"PORTABLE --
Melanie Burgeois, of '
T.mi.mi Trail Venice Miss
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Maggie's Magpie

\lml I He's Trying to Give Up the Habit

Venice qoml liet" I By MAGGIE CIAMP1TT

Why not a woman at the head of our government?
MEMBER: OF THE: ASSOCIATED FRKM .- KtMBEa OF TRI FUOlrEA. PUSS ASSOCIATION Chase Smith's astounding a.minfoFheTcindWacy .
i for the highest office in the lad
TM .-..... Pree w erludnlr sauna! M w far .....Uk.lM *f M .... tflmtoha radnd. to .brainaY of the nation have either smiled lilt
N w .e ........ wrlwd .. teath 10 .._. .,4 .W Cml. .... p.hrkr A" erCI of .--' ........... an .5. r.w.d.TM tucking their littto heads under their wing to conc.their :.: :
..n ... bd. .'_1.. _k.t d .10 aw.wpw 10 a nr4aMr sad ... .....__ to a.pn5r 'PPlrent self-satisfaction or have mad bad >
_1_ aw,1 hr ."Its.. ....1 oio.. Idealistic Intention
about her ty?" Will MCS btwrne
u M
P.bllohol r...." II.... ._ ", ...... r.II..... L rum' 1 A.wwalsd But again, why it not have? to be known as LBJ JFK and fDa

A. seal a- ..... AI P.r Ortloo At ._.... f1ori4o the Just WHITE why:does Howe With a The damsel of our directing fair: the xJtinies ..,

it couldeonc.i..bI7 land w!
EDWARD D. BALL .. ....... .... ........ ........ ... .. Editor and Publisher woman at the be cis helm Pink House necessarily be among the II

COURTNEY WILLIS . ........... ..... .... . .. .. Executive Editor the Blue Home the best-dressed women. Mome*
SAM DILLON .. ... ............. .... ... ...... News and Newsphoto Editor Lavender or House Heliotrope ous decisions must be midi! b,

GEORGE ZURAW ... .. .... . .. . .. .. .. ... .. . Advertising Manager House Any .others with her dress designer at tilt
frocks and
ROGER KILBY .. .. .. . ..... .. .. .. ... Mechanical Superintendent the intestinal fortitude to defy client will make gowns her in which
the tradition of a male preu- The pAn: i&pearances.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.23 per year, $J.2S per six months, $2.IS -Th s dent could Just a weU of the changethe big the president !Is a poor woman fells: K H Id(
per three months, 10 cents Out of traaltional color lows her
per copy. county, $4 23 per year H U 1600 Pennsylvania dressmaker shotfj,
per six months $3 per three months. building at a man) must not only] COM

,' Ave.; would up with something t k
-- - "hot line"
i The famous make his client
have an extension to thepresident's bewitching.!
Scout WeekThis \ private beauty M- beautiful or temptingly tan s
Boy but must be sure the dtsin
Ion. mat courage,
can. be worn by
decisions might be made all
week, millions of Cub Scouts Boy pact on the development of our ".tiOll', ing the manicure table!!II! ages all\ remember, sizes and the coloring 11,

Scouts and Explorers across America are man and boys. Decisions such as the Cuban Mamie's bangs and popularly Jbckr! '
of Vietnam.
observing Boy Scout Weed, at a part ofa Boys, with the boy-level Ideals of crisis Zanxibanan, the vagaries zanies all pouff 'twill be nothbik

gigantic Anniversary of the Boy Scouts Scouting, associating: in the program with might vie with such important comparison to the Magee Q,

of America the dedicated men who serve as leaders, 1/ d E matters as whether or not thepresident' tit or the Smutty shift.
a nail will look bet Since the beginning of tint 1:
into almost counsellors and Committeemen in the
Reaching every community ter on television painted a women have fascinated

of the land the character-building, Scouting movement, mate' fine participating strident shade such as "Full They have been a Challenges] ha

program stressing; Citizenship Boy Leadership citizen under the slogan "I 1 will do Stop known Red.to the trade or a as soft"Maiden pink curiousity, an Inspiration. Va

and physical fitness has during" the my best to BUILD I SERVE AND Blush." have had to come to \terms ri

past half-century had a tremendous im ACHIEVE." Happy 53rd B.rthdty. boys!! Did the leader of our great women they hart m4

republic agree to the terms them an. object lesson.
dictated by a foreign bigwig
I Well Done. LH Indians '- because she was wholeheartedly More power to you, Marpm
( in accord with the plan or Chase Smith, lift us from U*
; rr because the hand curling the mire of male despotism to lit
A bench of well-.crubbed, welWress- sponsibl for' their youngster proper rtis- hair OB the head that rules the precious pinnacles of penetm.

ed and well-mannered youngsters ing. nation was becoming Impatient
appeared ing petticoat patriotism
? Truly "only her hairdresser rA
on the popular "Hi-Time" TV show Yo the students but
might say were .- - - - knowi. out pedantry with polyphonic

in Tampa lad Saturday afternoon. "dreswd to kill" for the occasion. But a And if we gals are successful love for our fellow

I They were from Venice Junior High daily visit to VJHS will show, for' the THE Comedy Comer In putting one of our own sex (and woman).
in the nation's top Job wh.twOl
School and they represented South Sara- most part that both the boys and girls she be called Will It be

IOta County families who live in Osprey, tale pride in their everyday grooming. Itdoesn't {iJ.l( PEOPLE Madame President or Mrs.

Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, Venice Gardens tale a special event calling for a has President been? addressed Our head as of "Mr.state STRICTLY FRESHWhen

South Venice, Venice East North Port little .tra ear in choosing whet theywear SPEAK President" ever since the office

Charlotte and Engl.wood.Every was established back in Wash the going seems!

In South County is proud of rev sear i ington's time. The French appellation easy check to make tore mi
Linda Brown, student body president w1on "Monsieur" has never arc not going downhill.

our school system, and justifiably so. Not did more than speak on behalf of the To The Editor: a public viewed show to been applied to the men in office .e.

only for the scholastic, athletic and other students as others haw done In the past. I have recently been informed make it one of the best on that : if Mr. is good enough for A dollar doesn't do M
extracurricular endeavors but also for the that Sam Dillon who was them 'twould seem Mrs. much today u it one Odd;
She added greatly to the program by formerly with the Sarasota program in a long time. Let us should suffice for the distaff but then we don't seem It
teaching staffs second to non, who instruct introducing her fellow student body officers News, will return to Venice this stop and think as "Senior Cit- side

and guide them. week es a member of your izens" who have come down Will the advisory group con
as well as junior honor society officers -
Parents in particular can tale pride in staff. here to get away from it all tinue to be known as the "cabi
and representatives of the football For what it is worth I would net" or will a female poesy
the school and that there kids here who
community spirit displayedby and basketball teams.A like to sty this I believe that are bring further change by dub IIdo
VJHS students in their "hour" on Sam Dillon is one of the finest have to grow up to be well bins her collective department

camera before Channel 8 vitwtrt. For tip of the hat to our young'uns. newspapermen this city has rounded citizens. Let US get I heads the "vanity?"
ever been blessed with. out and support them la anyway Bureaucracy may well be a
after all the
they primarily did !
are ones re- They proud. I personally know that Sam thing of the past bureausare
Is able and accurate. I believe possible. "Oh, /by) the way, the strictly for men Instead of

that your paper U moat fortunate AN OLD TIMER, doctor says he think the Federal Bureau of Investigation / u much for It either
I Needed: A Few Belly Laughs in having obtained the services I need glumr we may well find the
of this man. Nokomis watchdogs of public welfare An unwished police officer .
For ret sons obvious to you will be the FDI. Federal is like an old penny! to
It is an unhappy 'fact that today most for a column or so of p'tasant t rn in9' I em asking. that my name be "Dresser" of Investigation.If that they are both d dirt; op:
of the - - - - -
news seems to be bad. Newspaper Unfortunately' this cannot be said of Rep. wnnneid. elected: do you suppose the per eIt's .

headlines tell of riots 'In Cyprus, Powell or Malcolm X of the Muslim tribe, SUBSCRIBER Lady from Maine will continueto

trouble in Panama, the death of' fine neither of which could hold Col. Julian's High School use her full name or will I good quite window Interesting washing! oa
Venice. she shorten it to M. C. Smithor
young Americans in Vietnam Sukarno braid-drenched military cape when h* got M. Chase Smith. Will she be do for a dreary day.

threatening a donntybrook: in his neck into high gear I I dubbed "Maggie" or "Smit-

of the woods, I.I grand Cholly of Franc Some fellow was always sitting on top To The Editor: NewsBy

not tiactly acting lit* the good and true of a flagpole for' several weeks to prove Recently I had the pleasure
to watch the local junior hie"Ichool Venice Area Church
friend he's to b and Directory I InY'EMTK
supposed so on absolutely nothing except that h* which appeared on Hi-

and so on. needed sent dough to keep the wolf TII1on a Tampa television DIANE LENHABT and GENE EDDY

One can get up in the morning feet- from his door. The Dodgers station To say the least they Sophomore Junior\ and Senior classes at Venice High are rune AVUCBLY or GOD Day) ADVINTBTPom
way were
were monderful This only really on the ball with b:, plans for the future. The Sophomores V..1M ar w.r ., Mrfti. Anus
'ing fin. and happy to b* alive thinking where they ought to be in Brooklyn to show the local skeptics goes of are working hard oa the upcoming Sadie Hawkins Day Dane, R.... VMot MUFM PMtocKlMv Trot Hi* ria._, W KhokMit I

clean thoughts about friend and foe alii. and had sense enough not to win any our youth that the majority of where and, at least once a year, there are an equal number of Manse Sriml.Wonkl 1,*::llt4 44 ........ ....!COO,_, .....Umn....... S L M Gut u. i ea
But this our youngsters are weU-behaved sliTs gals at a school dance. bv virtue of the fact that the Sraae a.nns TM pa __,
glorious feeling fades fast In the When started Pnr. t-.14 Twxbr I'e
pennants. they doing that, and trustworthy. So much girls' ask the guys to the dance. W..MMlV. ..... JI_... I,4* **.
face of the barrage of bad news that they became no better than the filthy. has been said against them thatit After a great Homecoming, carry announcements of interest Nona toRT CBAILOm

comes from all odes and slowly forms rich Yankees., makes people believe we are the Juniors always the busiest on upcoming events. Y&IIaClWloKollla cruses IIICTIIODIBT CHURCHES

'into a lugubrious cloud of despair and Babe Ruth's annual holdout for raising delinquents, this is far class, are planning a prom Just issued by the Student ,... Aver a NpesU roast rRMBTTMIAH: CHCK8
more" from the truth. It is true that cf equal quality. Coming in the Council this! last Wednesdaywere J.... Loa J.a r-. =-..tty a.rrPer.
sadness before it's time for the noontime twice Mr. K's Bear ls the of ww.lq 5.vCe. aN: 5. ... U T... 3. P.m. ICU
money was as eiciting: as there are a few that cause future annual mag- copies the Student Directory ..aleek a._.. 11:01 .... Wtnliil. Mr"TMNJTT
whistle to blow. whacking of a U. N. desk with his scuffed- trouble but these are lAh.. az ne s X sponsored by the The committee members ( aehmld asN.hdS CAddrah Clew "II wh..w
Jurist dats. will be for this Tatl,1r..5M If ...It.A..II ...5..
What this country needs is good minority. Venice teen compare They out responsible were: : pa .
a broganss.Then
up equally to in the soliciting for subscriptions, Nancy Hicks, Janle Johnson
any nation -
belly laugh (or at last a full-thrated there was .the. eitti n who pIeced ; they have talent and ability raising money to help pay forth Nancy Taylor Diane Lenhart, ale EXMAKOZL a TMlMl LUTKKIAN Trod CHURCH Sue-less XrrHODlST CHVK

I chuckle) at least once a week, Some a bal of hay on the Whit House lawn, to develop! into fine citizens.! prom. and Gene Eddy. The directories Ckink Pmt., TW.t*.4i...tilt. CWU. L W.S Ales Ctu A. SIsd..ltr.w.CnUr MliiS -

fellow once said the country needed most threw a sewing needle into the middleof I understond through the GONDOLIER -o- cont.inhI, and lI.mu. addresses w..Hp. lire ....M. .taf S,4* >.H.WonluMISSION: Sew
telephone numbers
Tomorrow the Tomahawk
of all a good five cent cigar, but things it and then determinehow that they bare had
proceeded to our school newspaper, will of each student On upcoming LAUSIJ) UJTBUAN CHURCH JlPICOPAL: !

have certainly changed sine his day.It long it takes a man to find a needle some tie athletic squads at come out. With each issue the projects, the S. C. is TW km* .reds!. .Bonk H.M.U'_"..41 H*.le t PC.Al SHOTS 11'v.awe.....

seems to us that lif. red to behappier in a haystcck. This was very import*nt the school this they can look staff members seem to put out used finishing a trophy case, to be .W...ntK,. Bvrtoi. seas a.. eadu see! .a.Wonti' Ifnsr
better to house all scholastic Brkail. Sill .s
to with pride I think the local a paper as they gain experience.
few yean ago. One reason this information; too. Millions of people hare We hope that this awards and notices, and the eau> rim. ..11 ... BATTIST CHUKS
high school
was so, perhaps was because of a good wondered about it. should look on the newspaper being started Just reinstatement of the honor roll FIBST CHCKTJ OP CRBJ8C. M. m.... 55d.Tk. .
of first "Juniors" and take to mind this will become a program in order to give due BCIKMTUT as Duke IL aAa.a'AN4arn
class Mchretrs" And that year permanent
few of
crop (
somepeople was only a the fine the spirit and debts that the instillation at VHS and recognition to all students that en 11'.. rwll.. A_ -...."/ ...s.... ...... ...hoJI.It. .
called them plain nuts) who made things that make ...... ..." -
happened to reading "Litte: will have little both hold nigh scholastic ; w.
Indians" displayed on a "pull" avenges ...... -r.... 5,41 Tma P.h
I reading the day's news a joyous pltasur the newspaper a joy. There were ro the TV program and especially with student body and faculty. !..*,. say 1 .... pa ".... ..
,. *
wdn.a. s i S"
There was "Wrong Way" Corrigan crumby; stories about a British call girl everyday in school I have -o- Members of the VeniCe Chap t-M 5.., I* .... te 4 p... *",I ITCBteO ," ,.......,tie. ,tOt p.moa..>. M..'. Mnw:

who, when refuted permission to fly the end her perverted friends; or about a traveled this state and many dent In Council clubs activities is currently the work.Stu- ter of Training the Diversified organization Cooperative attended -a.pu ..-5n.two W -..... ... Pre. Ion'- _

Atlantic' swore ft* started out flying on. beautiful but shield actress living with parts of the nation but never ing on several projects. Recently a convention held at GBACB MSTBODIST CBUVCHCWMT CHURCH or TH1Swtk NAyA5aS1

way but wound up going the other so another woman's" "husband while trying to have I found a more energetic completed was the repair Early Wynn Lanes last Saturday ef now ..4 D..ta. mm 41 mi Tdrm .

he landed In Ireland much to his utter buy a divert from her own "husband. group of young ladies and gentlemen and re-painuag of the bulletin Feb. 8. On the agenda forthj eons.**e..le. kill...es.arrow.... J.s Co Zoot a..aS A.Jmrtk Nt'S".
board on the wet end of the convention 1154505SIMS
were skits -
surprise and Jeep chagrin Call H escapism if you pleaie, but who take such pride in gym. Donated by the class of food and finally entertainment eerp WOTrtw aehrs ferrta 1:10 Hi, **........ k.....". ale mm.Wmkfe. .

Col. Hubert FauntUroy Julian. "1'\\.. you cant deny the news was a lot more representing their community 'i8, it is now being used to a business meeting. Skit competition M. ,. T, 404 .... 1II1a1,... 8trrl...k. ....M 14 pea M L" ,
tAh Sub, toe ...... .
fit Black was held p. W Pole Pa's 0-la p.
of the
Eagle Harlem was always good enjoyable than it i is now chapters and Venice among emerged wd.wd.r Pnrw CURS, tats ecas.vAsT :

FUNNY victorious in this CATHOUO :
I T' BUSINESS field. Entertainment CHTTCH OF TBS crasjANT
was provided for the link B... Drtw sad SUMOU SMrt vZDDDxn'
I And Blue ow VKNIC.
Orange Plates r ;. 7 the T.lnkm, 4MI111rtt.
attending by VHS ensem .... HOT. Gone W. euu...... sees Ness t."i.....
ble. .
Resulting from the business n. 5m. Iwh
i Twiitar ....... ...
Infer HIM. Srkooli l'4Monlni
Cries of anguish are going up all license plateSome S meeting was a decision to t,M as l..* .... .SrMubl Hit W...H i.l 15U L"
the from Florida's northern border form a district treasury, according c-t._, lumfer 4iM to lit L. (;-..., Hy.-*l *M MIR.
rj way auto owners take comfort 'In the+ ftrti., to our district representative. *.. .a< til t, lit ...aTxwiceaeoxowre
I to the Biscayne boondocks over the clashing fact that the plates carry out the same 1 eO Jim Ballard CAPNASLY (1TOs'

I color' scheme" of the 1964 auto tags motif th -o- PIIUBTTU.I4Jf EIIGt..IWOODIII.
as colors of the University of CHUIICJI J. HNTT. Gene W.EVANGELICAL a.aw
P 9 The esthetic senses of the complainants Florida. But that seems to be stretching The "Jesters," the dramatic Mukrr ere Tk.. I.TU I......A.Vrkcnli .5mlw...... tsars.
rev ,
offended th e club are resting on their laurels To.......... 105415 nmaw M. :01 .arnlydy
are ,
assert the
:11 y by things bit.Th.r. after their Pe.dp .u ... ) 11- eN .a
of -
color combination of bright blue on burnt .', a crumb cf comfort though "Happy" Journey" and "Open hiBo1I W_l l. IUrrtc, u ........Or. IM*. U L"_, C..fwr. &or- NewCONGa0ATIONAL _

I d orange' for' the unhappy ones. Florid has End. Individually though the ternUDR CII
only "
member aND S.
I J:' ,. They've got something there because" one plate on the rear so at least Kathy Brannon have is been now rehears active. MAWS EPISCOPAL CBOKOI Tau *... (. R...4 c1ww ttr.s.

1 were yet to see an auto whose color you don't have to look at ing her part in RMm M Sonmu
1 them going "The Diary of no ... D oolo 0... "--.. 1.4w5mdsp Mil*=
: scheme blends with the loudly maligned and coming. Anne Frank" and Kenny Walk. -' -,- GuM/ fNca..h
er was cast as a policeman In f.Nu.H.1" 0.-... s"oas
I N .... MM.t wtuo 'W'
the rullr wale ....,..
recent .
'j' production of .. -
"Arse 1 e
1 I 1 I: ?Next. Mootel? nic and Old Lace," put on by I" .... Ahq I's-.5.dp eo- ...d51nw w,5.Gown Adna end .1_ ...
the Little ... Ma d C.M JJo'o
1 I Theatre group. Bev vtt..ww :.:.'k snuck: ass ..h.awhYwW
Jones playing the part of Mrs. _
El L About 80 Ruhr dairy farmers, beset site in en Essen suburb will Bascom in the Senior Play -c t'
Incorporate BAPTISTStfTtal
'.. by West Germanys severe l labor short.its' electronic devices "Mouse That Roared" was al 'IJUT IIAPTUIT ayMa. L CIIOICB L...... or VPlCI SOUTH VEWICB :
to issue Prw Dr. OHVtMCJI :..
I proper ration so In the original! production eery -.. Ir:;
Cue .. ,
age, have banded together In the world'sfirs of fodder ..... .k a. ArmsC. e .
to each cow of the Jesters. Woroht. .. U.. Brodyeh".L 5,40 .. .
: Mr. George '\1'11.1.. U..... .. :: .. .
"cow hotel1 where their 1,500 animals seeks r _. .. 11'a0_
Large Kale mechanical milting will Mahar Is currently directing aa.e S."a. ore pa
will live In (usury 'In Europe's biggest enable the "cow !hot.!" the Senior wr era Panr II-a, "Ie.. BIBLE CHUM
to Class .
be play teaching
run by
barn. a 'Cut to sell your watch? It's the only thing that nan CIIallTlAN toe .. T..1.1 Tr.a hwPM
small labor fore. -- and directing the Little / Cnuaca054,1. 5w, L P. Rkk.
oundt of
1 The modern. building on a 6S-acre AcJitung! How now Brown Cow? i00C: : Theatre group's "love Rides "_,-10 Tsep.. ter CIIrtotl V..... A_.. soda es.dy =i.aN'e.'a.. ',11.-....

The Rails," -- -- S._ ......., ij .... p.,. ...... red llihlo 5.d.. "II
W.... II wdn.a.r
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THURSDAY-rECM"Y 13. 1944
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I Talent Show Today-Tomorrow At VESl Dr. Sager SpeaksAt I Looking

The! 'ih Anmnl Venice Ele- twiet dance b\ Sherry Trues- Winesctte and Wayne Bell John Hamilton HAY M'TOTEMPOLEfly 1i BackFrom
School Talent Show chel'; several versions of I "Hand Dance" ; I ; a comedy routine Meeting
/frnJry with Marjorie it
presented at the school "Mary Had A Little Lamb" i "What Was Was Football
11 be today and tornor.prform8flcs Bernice by Crawford, Mary Keeter, Gale 'I" by Eddie Thomas; and ( the files of title
Becker and The Venice Auxiliary
Tonya Hospital
Rumbaugh Claudine
Stikeleather Secerlmd. I the final act la an organ solo by
; a pantomime Diane Saucrwine Volunteers meeting Mon. Gondolier) 1
I.\\' Kathy Luzar, Brian Grlgsby.
today at 10 a. Hello Mother Hello Father"by Melissa Frady Debbie day was attended by 115 members -
1 r.m. will be for thedfnt Barbara West. Jem Pierre Wolfe I Admission to the program I.I Is and guests The meetingwas PATTY JOHNSON and ANNE THARP It Years AM
Arquette and and .
PI the And a twist by donation. Tickets are available held Mark's Lured by perfect w erthft
and Friday group by Sherry at St. Eplao-
body. Billy Albano .
; "I've Been WorkIn' Another issue of the school sold Friday Jan.
will bender Busklrk. Diana from sixth grade students pal parish hall. paper was on and music of the Kentucky Military
performance t8prn. Linda Roberts and Lynn Wiklund Will on the Railroad," sung by I. and also at the door on Friday Guest apeaker was Dr. Sam. 31. The newspaper staff is mak;ing final plans for a Valentine'ssorrow Institute band, an estimated
ihe public. Albert Bundy Cary Hinton, Day and Victory Dance for ton The dance will be feat-
for Is the direc. son; a ballet of the birds "Loin\ night. Proceeds from the event uel O. Sager. Mrs. Burnam 750 persons attended tire
The show Crawford du Ball" Kathleen Meyer, Sammy Waltersand i will be used toward the sixth Jones presided and Mrs. Hazel uring the "Du-Prcs" and is ati rictly for Junior High students ceremonies dedicating the reconstructed
Shirley by Hardee
lion of MI'S. Ouida Boyd : David Robinson; "Thanks grades' annual trip to Silver There will be no charge for Uu s dance and students are asked bandstand in the
and fent- Enuly i McGlynn Introduced tM
teacher: Boyd and I to the Sea "
grade Rolling a duet by to school clothes.
"xth Springs next month. wear Center Park last :Friday
the following acts, some Tammy Brown; a cannibal Lisa Peters and Nancy Peter. i guest: Meadames W A. Park. -0- High School appeared on Hi- Civic
urea every grade: dance by Eric Maier; "Peg O' son; "Peanut Butter Commercial" er, Hugh Fitzsimmons Caroline I Time. The Student Council night.
Irom My Heart" danced by Karen Spadone, Warren Walters The Physical Fitness Club chartered four Trailways busses -0-
'Bubb'e! Sleasman Gum. a pantomime; an Irish Butler and Dorothy Freeman; "Stupid by Cupid Brian,"Dietz by Jan; a solo Bus-, All States Club Harold S. Garfield Harris B. which meets everyday after i to take the 160 students and Agala "King Tarpon" :Festival
Peter 20 hike last which is will
(bv "Davy Crockett" by Joe Chase, Ethel M. Weeks Mildred school took a mile it hoped
Edwards. Peggy lung kirk; a skit by Jeff Pender and four teachers to Tampa to appear
JK;, by Susan Wenzel, Harold Duryea and month. The boys under the di. the television rival the Mardi Gras, Gasp'
on program.
and Donna Erb; "Tango rection of Mr. Blewitt left Venice Sara-DeSoto and other
iione Miss Ethel Wheeler. rile
Bonso," a piano solo .y.KarenPrevail To Honor OhioOhio Mrs. Sam SuUer Sr. introduced about 8:15: and started walking Our Mattox four, Mr.sponsors Budner,were Miss Hunt Mrs. famous pageants in popularitywill 14

,"a group song Koemg Away Special Ceremonies Set Dr. Sager whose topic was toward Snook Haven and and Mr. Cambell. herald the opening of the
WI Go, by Lynne "The Importance of Having a the Myakka River area. The In the beginning of the pro tarpon fishing season in Venice
Mitchell Melody SlapIt will be the honored state i
Pamela Physical Examination," boys Bay they really enjoyedthemselves this year.
Graser baton at the of All States gram, the cheerleadera gave
and Shaun ; meeting but rather
He defined examination were -0-
twi: ,in* by Carla Wallace and Club tonight at 8 p.m. at Venice as a general a physical health Inventory tired upon returning. The class 1 two Hi-Time.cheers The: Venice majorettes and Hello fallowed A city directory for the Venice .
Jeffriei a tap dance by Sunday At Gulf Pines Civic Center. .
Cheryl and emphasized the is now working out on the horizontal with twirling demon. area was promised this
year-olds Tammy Brown The public is invited. The bar and a for
"Anchors importance of having a yearlyone. doing some stration. The Student Council week by a representative
and E-'iUv' Boyd; club meets weekly during the The three tools, which enable tumbling. President Linda Brown, R. L. Polk & Co., directoryfirm
_'e'h'!' sung by Shaun Grasan Several clergy belonging to honoring the guests pre
A dent of the board of directors season a physician to make a -0- sented Jack Stirr and Jean of Richmond, Va.
er Interview by the man-" the Venice Area Ministerial of the Memorial Park will welcome and former residents from various diagnosis of disease are the Honor Society members Morris each tomahawk anda -0-
the-street and a "Martian, Assn. will participate in the states each week, for a .
those in attendance following patient's medical history the cleaned out the fish pool on document making them honorary 10 Years Ago
't -uring Mike Hmkley and. dedication Sunday afternoon ofa which the prayer of invocation dancing and entertainment. Refreshments physical evaluation and the Jan. 31. Tho neglected pool has Indians in the tribe from At a special called session
Vike Hulsbeck; "a quartet ..ing.In marble Chrustus monumentin will be given by The are served and door laboratory studies, he said. long needed attention for sometime I Venice. She then introduced the that was said to be an informal
"Do Lord with Laura the Garden of Devotion of Rev. Charles I. Rowe, pastorof prizes are awarded. This type of examination Is now. The members jokingly other Student Council officers conference not an official
Rose Boxanne Holmes SharonBreeden Gulf Pines Memorial Park on Emmanuel Lutheran Churchof The party for the New England an integral part of the practiceof said they were doing it asa and the presidents of many of meeting, the Venice City Council -
and Dixie Welch; an the Englewood Road. The cere. Venice. States last week brought preventive medicine he explained fund raising project after our other clubs. on Wednesday afternoon informally
icrobaUc exhibition by Cheryl monies will take place at 3:30p : The Rev David A. Bowles together 365 party-goers. Fifty stressing that it is Important they found 19 cents in the pool.I Ward Curry and Lynn Taylor went on record as being
Collins.:: m. and are open to the pub pastor of the Venlce-Nokomis I New Englanders participatedin not only to the individual They plan to paint the pool were introduced as representatives in favor of the U.S. Air
And a baseball skit by Joe lic. Presbyterian Church, will de. the grand march, led by but to his family and to next Friday if the weather is of our football team. Leslie Force re.activating the Venice
Stevenson; "The ChipmonkShow Eugene II. Grayson presi- liver the Old Testament lesson, Mr and Mrs. Fred Bortolottl the community. Using as ex favorable. Thia service projectwas Thomas and Scott Walker Air Base should the occasion

," featuring/ Debra Duna. followed by a reading of the and vocal entertainment was amples the two killers cancer well worth, the effort of the were introduced as representatives arise.
way, Virgie Edwards Gina New Testament lesson by The provided by Misses Karen and cardiovascular diseases, he Honor Society members and of our basketball team, .0-
Brown. Ann Caudle and Bar- Amaranth Elects Rev. John Louis Jones pastorof Linda Bortolotti and Amy Wyc- showed how early discoveryof has considerably improved the and told the audience about our David Edge son of Mr. and
ban Thompson; a trio singing the Vemce-Nokomis Methodist koff. Miss Bartolotti accompanied symptoms through complete appearance of the school. wonderful record so far this Mrs. A. E. (Pete) Edge of the
When I Should Feel So Sad," Tomorrow Church. herself and Miss Wye- physical examinations assist in -0-- year Venice By-Way has been selected .
nth Trudy Morris Eloise NightNew Dr. E. Robert Chable pastorof koff on the guitar. treatment and possible cure. On Feb. 7, the students received Later in the show there wasa as the outstanding 4-H
Whit and Carolyn Rowell; a the Venice United Church of The largest crowd of the sea A preliminary report on the their annuals, Wigwam dance contest and VicH? Club boy in Sarasota Countyfor
officers will be elected Christ has been invited to deliver son is expected to be present Hospital Ball held at Early I' Glances. The 1964 issue was Becker and Jim Clements were 1953. it was disclosed this
and grand appointive officers the dedicatory address next week when Michiganderswill Wynn's Saturday night was really great and our thanksgo the winners. They each received week by a letter the youth received
will be honored at the meetingof and the given by the Chairman Mrs. to Mr. Sleasman who from Asst County
Swim prayer of dedication be honored. The club grew helped records for being the best
, InS 70 Venetian Court, Order of will be offered by The Rev. out of the Michigan club originally Harold Smith who stated that make the annual possible dancers of the day Agent Frank 1... PeUull of Sara-
Amaranth tomorrow at 8 p.m. Frank J. Shearer pastor of the !! and the founder, Mrs. O approximately $2,000 had been I -0- A well-known group that note
Water : at the Masonic Temple. Calvary Reformed Church of L. Mahon will be in charge of cleared by the event. The ninth grade students sang was a trio from our own I -0- 5
Honorees will be Mrs. Margaret Venice Gardens and president the evening's entertainment. A new activity of the HAV I were given the results from the school. Karen Bortolotti Lacy Ground will be broken for
AT : Traver, grand charity; ,)f the ministerial association.The will be on Arts and Crafts Shopto statewide tests which they took Schless and Amy Wycoff madeup the area's first "drive-In"[
I Mrs. Faye Norman and Mrs Rev. C. M. Andrews, make articles to be sold in I in the fall. These results are this trio and while being ac. church sometime next week. it

Warm Mineral I Eva Taylor, associate grand pastor of the Church of thc To Our the Hospitality Shop at the helpful to the students by show. companied on their own guitars was announced yesterday by
lecturers, Mrs. Inez Voorhees, Nazarene, will conclude the Welcome Hospital. This will be held ing him where his strong and they sang with the students the Rev. Robert I. White pastor .
grand representative to the ceremonies with a benediction every third Monday of the wea'!c; areas are. This, In turn, "Papa Joe's." of the new Vemce-Nokomis
Springs State of Louisiana and Charles after which refreshments will month in the Community Roomof will guide him in eventually' The program was really en Presbyterian Church..
Shaw, grand representative to New NeighborsThe St. Mark's Church at 10 choosing a career. I -0S -
be served by the wives of the a.m. joyed by everyone and at 6:05:
, 12 "Mile, Soutfi ef Venice I the State of Maine I park directors in the park of. and all members interested in ,, -0-- I p.m. the students were on the Years Ar0
On US 41$ A refreshment hour will follow fice. The public is encouragedto GONDOLIER welcomes that type of work were urged Classes normally in the portable busses and ready to head A near-capacity crowd on
j the meeting. attend. these new neighbors to the Ven. to attend. I classrooms were rescheduled I home Thcv stopped to eat din Monday night heard State Supt.of .
An orientation for new members on Friday. The classrooms : ner at McDonald's but were on p-iblie Instruction Thomas
I ice area: was held after ''''e meetIng were boosted up ard m vr-i I their way again at 8:15.: '} n'iley) dedicate the rew
LAMPS AND LAMP Mrs.HsrryK, u thlngton in the across the road i '\:"' e Junior High School and
EXQUISITE SHADES Hospital dining oppo t te the The students sang and had
FBC To PresentAd Apartments f- ''r New York. the new addition to the Englewood .
room. Mrs. Virginia Plausky school. Now construction on the one big "hootenanny" all the
0 EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY Mr. and Mr V\ '. G. Punch R. N., director of nurses and new science building can com- way up and back and upon returning Elementary School to
812 Cincy St., \ cake, from Atlanta Kenneth Dahl, hospital administrator mence. I were very< hoarse and "the men and women who will
TRADITIONAL Flail Ga. addressed the group. tired. The busses arrived at later become "the leaders of our
Program Richardson Mrs. Joseph and Saturday, Feb. 8, Venice Jr. the communities
Let M style your favorite YaW Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Feytal her school about 8. 1 1
or Ceramic Into beautifllilemps. 612 Guild Dr. Venice, co-chairman Mrs. Sam Cutler, I -- I
Arrangements have been from Memphis Term announced that the followingwere Suggesting that a public '

c-9 S Rewiring/ / Rub/ring made by the News Departmentof Mr. and Mrs. John Kuipers hosles-ei for the day; the Moomaw Heads Nokomis hearing be held, the directors
a All/ LaMp Repair the Sarasota County Chamber 329 Trailerama Dr., Trailer ?sdames William Q. Home, of the Venice Area Chamber of
of Commerce for the Flor. U A. Jacobs, A. R. Johnson Commerce at their semi
. Acres from Michigan
Wort by Experienced' Designers and Ida Development Commission Walter Johns James Keighley, South monthly mee*'nj on Monday
Crafhmen to present its spring and summer Mr.' and Mrs. Harry T5 1 1.Jt- Sigwald Larson David Lewis, County GOP Club night declined to support tbe
ings 219 Blackburn 1>1\\1., Casey Key Assn. in its cam-
advert''? ng program in Carrie Logan, Glen MeG re
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Sarasota The pi' ntation, will Ve burg. Kenzie David Mcintyre, Maurice tired of Laurel has been named i Swift said Dr. Do' fiunty Commissioners from
204 TAMtAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA made br Foe representative : Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, Mart W. H Mathews president of the newly organized Murphy, club presideed vetting any of the $731,000

at 4:00: p.m. at the commur .30 Blackburn Rd., Trailer Fred Mar EIght Morison Os- Nokomis chapter of the something should )", ,.... (<' md "ear-marked" for construction .
room of Sarasota Federal Sings ..\ \S, is, from Canada.Mr. borne Y. Murphy Russell Nar- South County Republican Club. before the club bPca.:0\ of a new two-lane
fc.: Loan Man on Main and Mrs. W. L. Lull Or. amore, Leonard H. Nason, A. Vice president Is Sherburne P. large to find an adequate meeting bridge over the inland water-
duna Warm Mineral J. Nedzel, Samuel Wheeler and Sweetland of Mission Valley way on Albee Rd., Nokomis.
James Sumpter, Director of the Springs, from Missouri. Miss Cordelia Andrews Mrs. Estates. mittee to make a study and
I VENICE MOVIE LOG I : Tourist Division, will head the Mr. and Mrs. George Dem. Harlie Brant was in charge of A lifelong Republican, Col.! recommend a solution.

GULF THEATRE group. ing 1108 Dorothea Ave., North table decorations. Moomaw is serving as a party The committee, headed by NPC Methodists '
TROPICAL The development commission Port Charlotte, from Port stalwart for the first time lo Frederick H. Hanson recommended -
TO"'flRT"' : erect"' DRIVE-IN THEATRE is extending an invitationto Charlotte. cally. after months of study

ITJIPRONT ORCRUTH' 5 .11.. Mortll .. 0.5. 45op's attend to approximately 100 Carmela and Helen De Viro, UDC To Hold Tea Sweetland has been a member that the area encompassed by Lay CornerstoneNORTH
be divided
the club Into
pd...., ...._ M. 14-11 rri.o4at.010" people within a 73: to 100 mile 104 Aero Ave., North Port of the South County club six
... chapters with two officers to
ft. "10 C.
, radius. Charlotte, from New York. and, before comint: to Florida
;<* Win* Murm O'ltan. II PIR CAR be members of the
Mrs Newell Giarbada In was president of the Hunting. parent PORT CHARLOTTEThe
.: "Ttajtmcirnitr Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ber.i In SarasotaThe club's
executive committee
.. charge of public relations for i 388 North ton, N. Y. Republican Club, Trinity Methodist Churchof
ftam W'4. rII. Frl-fet.*... F*. T.... geron Bullard Port Next meeting of the club will
....... ..... .. Sarasota Federal, is workingwith Charlotte from Miami. committeeman of his district North Port Charlotte held a
he held in
ACAPl'LOOPin. March
FIN' IN early when
"MITINT OH'" THI BOCJffTT"H the Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Kirk. Co!. John A. File Chap delegate to the state conventionand special ceremony Sunday
.u... s.u ai .... | .... TOBACCO ROAD in handling details of the Patrick 326 Chiaopa St., North ter of United Daughters of the was elected Suffolk County Dr.nntnes Murphy of the committee will announce mem morning (Feb. 9)) for the layingof
auditor for two terms. the Corner Stone for the
meeting1. Port
Charlotte from Illinois.
Confederacy will meet for a bers.
new church under constructionon
- W tea tomorrow from 2 to 4 p.m. Earl L. Swift chairman of .
{ NWeN w 4 Wesley Lane.Declaration
at Colliver Hall First Presby. the Sarasota County Republi. I of Purpose and
| 5 terian Church, Sarasota. can Executive Committee, told Johnson JoinsFinancial Invocation was given by the
Honorees will be daughters the newly organized chapter at pastor The Rev. Alva A. Soldner .
S. t of confederate veterans and its first meeting Friday in the Firm Arthur Doreey chairmanof

Dine Out Often past presidents of the chapter.A First Federal Savings and the building committee!, gavea

musical program will be Loan community in South room Coun.that John T. Johnson has become short summary of progress
membership the
associated with the investment from June 10( 1962 when a

securities firm of Hardy Hardy Troup of 46 interested persons

& Associates, Inc., Sara. "athered at the Community
it's fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY sota. Johnson, a native of Vir- Center for the first worship
einla and former resident of service, to the present day of
best-way Winston Salem N. C., has laying corner stone of the new

been in the securities businessfor church.
-. "#f.,,......,......#.,.. .4'I4'#"" "H# N-HHH ,.H..n.-.I'. ..HH".' over seven years. James Chancy president of

i I LIVE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY : ; JANITOR SERVICES He started his business career the board of trustees spoke of
the congregation being formed
C Featuring; JOHNNY ALBRECHT At The Organ S as a insurance agent. from 15 denominations and 18
jl! ITS OUR PLEASURETO Specialize I In He was formerly connected
stares, all working together to
- FRIDAY AND It RESIDENTIAL SERVICE with Harrls-Upham & Co. inWinston
build a place of worship in
S LOBSTER SPECIAL Salem and. thereafter -
SATURDAY NIGHTS Also Commercial acted as institutional investment their community.
LUNCHEON SERVED | DINNER SERVED SERVE YOUO'DOLAN'S WASHING OF EAVES wholesaler for Lord. Ernest G. Hallen, contractor,
jj From 12 to 2 P.M. I I From 5 to $10 P.M. S WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS Abbett & Co. and Distributors stated the efforts of everyone

\ Come To COMPLETE FLOOR CARE CJrbup, Inc, New York City, contributors trustees, commit
Bv Boat Come By Car i tees, labor and skills of members
N. Y., covering the southeast
Washing; Waxing have greatly contributed
ern part of the United States
:: THE DECKHOUSE FREE ESTIMATESALL i at which time he moved to to the the building successful Hallen progress presented of

I .
I|I Florida.He
I TARPON CENTER CLOSED TUESDAYS 488-2391, WORK GUARANTEEDAll has been residing with the box to Mr. Soldner who in

.*** **&*..._......-.........._......ehaaka..a .atAaVa **..t.VBRANT'S our equipment li NEW for faster, his wife and three children in turn read the following list of
BAR better and efficient work articles enclosed: names of the
' more Clearwater and I U in the process -
SPECIAL GERALD W CONEY, Owner and Manager of moving to Sarasota. 43( persons temporary board
"SKILLET" :7J officials, members received at
TOM Owners
FLO AND DOLAN Box 287 Nolomis Phone 488.3392 J time of organization members
finest PIZZA this side Licensed and Bonded From the remotest north to Joining! during charter period

: Cany Out 'y of Ireland Ii Member Chamber of' Commerce the speak farthest the same south language Vietnamese and present persons and official organizations board and con.all

SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES are physically similar. .
tributing to the building fund

BUCKET KOSHER CORN BEEF '- three bulletins date of organization .
ITALIAN MEAT BALL I ground breaking, cornerstone .

f1HONE Located Jutt South of Intersection 01 Magazines. The box was

ChIcken -. >. Routes 775 and U.S. 41$ On The Trail placed and cornerstone placedby I
Mr. Soldner and Hallen.
NORTHBOUND TO TAMPA SOUTHBOUND TO MIAMI There ent. were 106 persons pres

LV, VENICE .. 9:30 2:50 LV VENICE 5:20 .
am' pm 10:00 em. : pm.Ar
a Sarasota' . 940 a.m. 3:10: p.m. Ar Punts Gorda. Flaq Stop Flag Stop -
2 60 WHOLE 2ft Ar St p.te .. 10:10 ..rn, J:40: pm AI. Ft. Myers 10:25: p.m. 5:45 p.m. our

'S. CHICKEN ((10$ Pieces; ) S 'r. T.mpa 1035; a.m. 4:05: p.m. Ar. Mieml I 11:30: p.m. 6:50: p.m. WaV.r Problems
C l/l DOZEN HOT ROlLS Rd. & SD 775 Englewood Phone 474-188C FARE TO TAMPA ........ $9.50* FARE TO MIAMI..... $18.90* r:
'O" orders pocked' loll lined bucJref/ FISH FRY CM PA All the Fish,, ,
- hone> Ahead your order will be ready Every Friday .; yOU can eat TelephoneSERViSOFT


: Dinner Served 5-9 p.m. Weekdays-12-8 p.m. en Sunday .

,, TO SHOPPING_CENTER VENICE Short Orders and__Lunches_ 11 1 ..m. to 5 p.m. D 5 / Federal Tra"Iportatioll Tax Standard Baggage Allowance lb.. per

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.. KMI 7775KMI
- Southeast Nips
.,r5f' ,
i ,
; !. t
for the 12 and 10 points, respective-]
\ ), made another gallantbid kins was with 29.KMI's I The Kaydets sect Fort M',
ld : to knock off a "top dog" varsity broke a ers, there, tomorrow night at
jj junior
with" 1 In the White Sands Conference I losinr rtreak by Jesuit here Saturday night

CARL ROHMANN Tuesday right at Bradenton, whipping tl.ree-game the Seminole Jsyvees 1' KMI Hepler, 3-C-8j; prev
Southeast scored four 5-1-11 McGowan,
PRO-MANAGER but 5039. Ed Farris was the big itt, ; 4-12-8
points in the final minute of Kaydet attack with Waller, 2-0-4; Toncray, 6.0.1:
LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB play to edge the Kaydeta, 77- gun 15 points. Jerry Yesier and Lagenaur, 8-4-20; Burrin, 02-;

Skelton followed with Totals, 28.19.75.
I For the Kaydets It was the Rickev
third in a row they have -
With aO of ym here looking for the Florida sunshine It eA game but
tallied 72 points or more
must be very discouraging to see nothing but rain. In check. they have only won one of the ONE WEEK ONLY
Ing back since the first of the year, Lake Venice has been three.
closed 14 days out o{ the last 40 So .e are as unhappy the
The victory upped
; 19
13 TO
as you son' conference chart to M
PROVD AS HOST ( for the Seminoles while KMI
:No doubt you have recently read of the appointment of Is 3-12
dropped to 24. KMI GET WHEELS
Lake Venire as host to the 1961 Florid State Junior Championships overall and Southeast Is 18-3. .

i on June 11-13-14.: I The Kaydets led at the end
This achievement I am very proud of as many clubs but ALIGNED
of the first quarter, 20-18,
considered for this We look forward
were event. can to over
fell behind by a 40-33 score at
:200! here for that week
,, youngster DO WE OR DON'T WE halftime. It was 54-53 in fav- ; I HERE NOW!
or of the Seminoles at the close II
,, Lot week 1 visited the new PGA home in Palm Beach S
of the third period and the edge
Gardens, just north of West Palm Beach. This new headquarters FOR SAFER DRIVING GET
went to Southeast, 23-22, in the
is one of the most beautiful in the world The million final quarter, OUR WHEEL ALIGNMENTJOB
dollar clubhouse, which sets on top of a high terrace, overlooking I Roy Lagpnaur and Marty
the entire 36 holes, is one of the finest architectural
McGowan had 20 points apieceto
designed buildings in the world.
lead the Kaydet attack. Fred
Ever since leaving Dunedin two years ago, for these
Toncray and Burr Prewitt were FRONT ENDSPECIAL
new quarters, every golf professional who Is a member of
y also in double figures with 12
the PGA baa heard all kind of stories about these new S5.95 I
quarters. Through last week, .Mac.Vrthur: the developerof and 11 points, respectively a a e e e
Steve Summers of Southeastwas
Palm Reach Gardens still owns the lease to the grounds
and buildings I with 32.the Teammate game's high Dale scorer Gas- With Purchase of One or More Tires
The word is that he will turn the lease over to the PGA
per agreement. But. what kind of an agreement I Retread or New

Yesterday, 1 received a form letter, as did every other Or With This Advertisement I
PGA member signed by Mr. MacArthur notifying us that the
time period reserved for professionals to buy lots surrounding BASEBALL HALL OP FAMERS Paul Waner, pointers are, from Waner's left, Jackson I MORE SPORTS I
this course was exhausted, and now, lots would be openedto left, and Heinie Manush, right, paid a visit to Swift, State Sen. Warren Henderson, AI Vin VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR :
public purchase. Quad City Golf Club Tuesday and before teeing cent and Jim Wright. Swift and Vincent are
Evidently. Palm Beach Gardens, the long-awaited homeof oft in an exhibition match tried a little associated with Wright in the Par 58 course ON PAGE 16 Behind The "TOWERLESS" Garage II

the PGA, is still owned, at present anyway, by Mr. Mao putting with the more familiar weapons of at Venice East. i W TAMPA AVE. PHONE 488.1259WALKER'S
Arthur, and not the PGA. Over 6000 golf professionals are their trade. Others intent on getting putting (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Sam Dillon) ,
asking WHYT

Come out and visit beautiful Lake Venire where last 29.24

year over 33,000 golfer enjored: the finest In companionship,
either on the course In the dining room or on the driving

range Brookside 37 VJHS 35

I Indians Drop League Brookside knocked Venice from about 25 feet out-a, two- Venice salvaged the Junior I S. Tamiami( ) Trail Venice

Junior High School's basket. hander-and it swished the net varsity game by a 29-24 score,

ball team out of the running just as the buzzer sounded to It was the Li'l Indian jayvees SPRING LAWN AND
for the Sarasota County Junior end the contest. fifth win in seven starts.
1 Tilt To Sarasota 78-64 High School title Tuesday afternoon The loss dropped Venice to Sieve Brown led the Venice
by edging the Li'l Indiana a 7-2 mark. team in scoring with eight
37-35 in a real thriller. Chiles was high point man points. Randy Willis was runnerup
McIntosh beat KMI Tuesdayto for the Li'l Indians with 10, with six, John Drawdyand
A 14-point lead built up by with 12.The cop the title. Last year Venice followed by Thompson and Terry Owens had four
Sarasota in the first half
was Sailors had four men in and McIntosh were co- Richard Blizzard with nine! apiece James Kulakowskl 1111
the difference Tuesday night as double figures. Jeff Hipson was champions. scored Gilkison and
the I apiece. Jerry Gibson three, Jim two,
downed Venice,
7384 the leader with 18, followedby
in White The Li'l Indians fought back five and Scott Waller two. Venice Pete Gurda and David Erb one
a Conference
Marty Cabak with
15. Ron
from a 30-22 deficit at the end played without the services opiece.
game at Sarasota. Blackburn and Ed Morton had of three to tie the I will be home
quarters of guard Steve Dalton, one Venice at tomorrow
The Indians kept pace in the 12 and 11, respectively. 31-31 one-hander I
score at on a of the team's top play makers afternoon to close out
second half, outscoring the The junior varsity contest
by> Morton Chiles Les Thompson and scorers. the season against McIntosh.
Sailors 21-13 in the third quarter went to Sarasota, 59.39, after came right back with another
but falling behind in point Venice led by a 19.15 score at two-pointer to give( Venice -
making, 2S-18: in the final per. the intermission Martin SataVa the lead for the first timeIn I
iod. led Venice with 17 points the game 3331. Ivy-Franklin Team Take 1st

After trailing as much as 17 Venice travels to Naples tomorrow Jim Van Doren tied it up at
.. points early in the third quarter night to meet the 13-33 for Brookside and with I
Venice rallied to pull with. Eagles in a return game. It 53 seconds to go he hit again In East-West Pinochle Event ALE
in six paints of Sarasota at the will be a non-conference affair. to give the Barracudus a 35-
end of the period Venice Landgraf. 02.2; Si. 33 lead. Thompson's driving

Indian Bob Harrison was the kora, 3-2-8; Morgan, 5-4-14; lay-up gave the Venice fans I. B. Ivy of Port Dover, Ont., Mich., 66 points; Mrs. M. I
gime's high scorer with 24 Byrd, 6.0-12; Harrison, 6-10-22; plenty to cheer about when the and W J, Franklin of Simcoe, Hughes and Charles Newellof
points. Runnerup for Venicewas Green 0; Rineo, J-fl-6; Hawks, two-pointer: tied the game, 35- Ont. took first place in the Philadelphia 66H points; Reg. $4.98 Gal.
Sam Morgan with 14. while 0; Delvac, 0. Totals, 231864. 35, with 14 seconds left East-West position in the duplicate Mrs. Naomi Darrow of Cleve- (
Bruce Byrd was next in line A Swisher pinochle tournament land and Mrs Mae Newsome of ORTHO-GRO, Liquid Fertilizer
Brookside brought the ball Tuesday at the Civic Center Albany, Ga., 78 points..

Myakka Lanes down court and played for one with 40''t points.In The order of finsh in the NOW 2 gals. $4.99

shot. Bill Pritchard took it first place in the North. North-South position, second
SELECTUSED Lose 75-61 Tilt South position were A. G. through sixth place, were as Mb. Bag Reg. $2.73NUTRI.SOL

To Ebersole Sod Seitz Registers Campbell Rapp of South of Venice Fallsburg and Dave, N. follows L. Heath: of Venice and Hen. .... Now $1.94

I Y. with 77H points. 10 PIC Reg. $1.87 ,
CARS ry Metz of South Venice, 69 H
Lacking a steady scoring Other results in the East- points Mr. and Mrs. Abe Man. 'I,
punch Myakka Lanes dropped ; MOSS .... Now $1.59
Hole-In-One West position in the order of del of Venice, 64 points; L. DuI F
its sixth in
a row to EbersoleSod
were: 6 Cubic
Monday evening at Sarasota linger of Barronett, Wis. and Ft. Reg. $5.75
High's 75-61 Mrs H. B Shaw of Engle- A. Brooks, Rahway, N. J.. 57 PEAT MOSS Now $4.89
62 AMERICAN gym as action ....
wood and W. K. 51
i continued in City Men's At Lake VeniceJohn Tengelson, points; Richard Doyle. of East
Convertible Basketball League play. points; A. S. Porter and D. M. Orange N. J, and W. Wolf, 50-lb. Reg. $1.49
The Myakkamen Miller of Point Pleasant. N. J., Venice 50 points; Mr. and Mrs.H. .
'60 T-3IRD Co-ino! three to date. have won Seitz. a winter resident 58 points: S. Shaniro of Torontoand Grobman, Winamac, Ind. MICH PEA .... Now $1.29
here from Skaneateles, N Y. W. Kozin of Harbor Woods, 42
507. Organic
George Zuraw
((3)) 60 RAMBLER led the Myak garnered his first hole-lnone
kamen in scoring with 12 points 50-lbs. 6-6-6
Wagons Tuesday on No 13 at Lake
while Gary Jenkins and Ed Venice Golf Club.

'60 PONTIACS.C. Gay were close behind with 11. He used a No. 4 iron on the Special $1.39
Al Uebelhart
managed 10.
4Dr. Big Jim Strickland paced the 170-yard hole while playing in 5-Ib. Bag Reg. 75c
a threesome with Mrs. Seitz t
victors with 25. and George Miller. 5% CHLORDANE ,. 49c
59 FORD Galaxie I Mrakka Lanes Budner 3-2- I COUNTRY ?? :
f It was the second bole-ln-one I
4Dr. 8, Zuraw 6-0-12, Ball 3-2-8, at Lake Venice this winter
Rietr 011. Jenkins 3-5-11,
'60 V.W. Bus Gay 4-3-11. Uelbelhart 5010. -. .... -I ,

((3 seats) Totals 24-13-61. YOUR .y BOY .

'61 RAMBLER Second Round Set : /. CARby

Super 4Dr.


Wagon rounds In the club Bill Phillips '. t THURS. f HI AND SAT
championship tournament will -
59 CHEV B.A. 1
be played next week by members GARDEN FEBRUARY
4Dr. of the Lake Venice Men's When were the first sealed 1959 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF $985 I 13. 14 AND 15

Golf Assn. bum headlights used on cars? 4-Door, P.S., p.B., Radio Heater
53 RAMBLER Results of the 2 ball, best ball It: was on the 1939 model car. Automatic HOSE

Wagon ( O.D.) event David,held Doc last Evans week, John show Gelg-Lou The units and accurately were hermeticallysealed focused. 1958 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF ........ $675 50 feet of HOSE 5/8"/
4-Door. P.S.
'59 RAMBLER ley and Buzz Migliarese finishing This type was used for the next P.B.. Radio, Heater, Automatic SPECIALS

on t < with a score of 16 years. 1959 "
Wagon (AT) 67In You should move over into 62" $1795 Reg. $3,79SALE

JnhI '59 MERCURY neeond place with a 68 your exit i lane on a high speed'reeway 4-Door Fully Equipped with Air. One owner
were F. Beighev, C Richards, I or expressway at least 1960
.'. t H.Top Sed. G. Gerdts and R. Handley a mile before your turn. This CHEVROLET $965 $3.19RYE
jives plenty of time Door, Standard. Sharp
you so you r .
don't have to cut across traf'ic -
200 4-Dr. VENICE INLET TIDES quickly 1961 FORD CONVERTIBLE........... $1695
High Low You hire an expert to repair 16,000 Actual Equipped "

It Thu. Feb. 13 1:19: 8:57: am your hi-fi set, .your expensive 1962 !
WOLFERMOTORS ll:40r: ( pm 6'00 pm camera. You also need an ex- VALIANT 4-Door Std ........ $1275 SEED a 12c ib
pert to repair and service your a a a a a a
Fri. Feb. 14 1:33: pm 7:26: am car. We have Ford factory 1960 PLYMOUTH $885

il INC. fl 48 pm trained auto technicians who 4-Door. Lite New. One Owner PENN. BAIIAI !
, r: Sat. Feb. 1J 12:23: am 7:57: am know your Ford inside out and zge lb.
Rambler Dodge r.lgpm 7:40: pm backwards here at BILL PHILLIPS 1953 CHEV, 2Dr. Stick. Nice .._ $195 a a a a (!

Sun. Feb. 16 1:11 am 8:28: am FORD, in Venice We can

', 915 S, TWam! Trail 2:22: pm 8'37 pm do a fine repair job on your 1957 LINCOLN PREMIERE .............. $265 Sunniland Fertilizers Gro-Tone True Temper Tools
car quickly and at a fair price.
VENICE FLA. 4Door. Al h I
I Mon. Feb. 17 2:04: am 8:58: am Try
us Milorgonite .
t 2:51: pm 9:39: pm Ortho Products Black Gold
Keep your eyes moving when 1954 MERCURY -
I driving. Move them up and 2dr. As is .............. J99 Dolomite
WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. down, side to side. Check rear 1953 PONTIAC. 2dr. Bahal Rakes
As !
RAMBLER DODGE mirror every five seconds to ..... 585BANK "THE HEALTHIEST
find out what's going on behind FINANCING IN THE AREA"
715 S. Tamiami Trail
48B.3965-48B-6150 TERMS TO SUIT YOU
SPECIALIST IN. you.light( for Always cross check traffic.a green I YR, G. W. WARRANTY

Ii,' Bralie Repair Lubricate Chassis What' the average cost of a

,:?' I Front End Alignment Oil Change gallon of gasoline! in 50 representative WOOD CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHMOTORS WALKER'SComplete

Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beam states? Answer: Last

.j Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs rear it was 30 64 cents. That

: Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard includes an average of 10.28 INC.
cents in taxes Twenty years Lawn
1 Radio Repairs Transmission and
Repair ego it was only 2043 cents in "Where Garden Supplies
T ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT those same cities, Including Your Friends Buy"I550S.

Airconditioning; Repairs; and Installation 5.97 cents in taxes amiaml! ? Tr. Phone 488-4745 1879 S. Tamiami( Trail Venice)
j jI jt Phone 4884843T

I ,


'11IIIr -.:- -b rwTHURSg

Y, FEBRUARY 13, 1944 ,
-- .

crida Nation's Welke Joins Rutenbere Farm Population I ; Mines Bureau Award Is Given

tird In Getting Home"When, your you home buy a is Ilutenbcrg checked, your new factor.home. Its a very Important Down, Production Walter H. Tomlinson Venice

r unsolicited I I
three times
Welke who has many yearsof Walter H Tomlinson, who retired
first; year you live In it," Dick i
Businesses selling to his credit and
few I Welke explained "If there who has been a resident of Continues Rise to Venice last summer I

Incorporation should be any defects In construction Venice for the past six years, I after 34 years with the U. S.

yew business!reached 11,279 last they are attended to came here from Rochester, N i While Florida's farm popula Bureau of Mines, has been pre

I.orlla only two other stalesId Immediately. This Is one of the Y and began his career as a lion may be decreasing, the sented a distinguished service
nd I many things that
the Florida about this impressedme real estate salesman with the importance of its agricultural citation, highest award of the t ?Dot
hsmerrof I concern when I General Development Corp of ,
Commerce production keeps soaring
alt C < Joined the sales staff and why Port Charlotte He and his Department of the Interior, by
ported in ill Weekly Business I belieye we're an outstanding wife Joyce, reside on West Dr. Cecil N. Smith, agricultural Secretary Stewart L. Udall
I I1Imber economist with the University -
;,,lc; "decided upturn In the organization Our customer. Venice Avenue. of Florida's Agricultural Tomlinson, who lives now at
relationship Is all "
businesses According to Welke, Ruten 907 Inlet Circle his
Stations began
of new Welke has Experiment reports 1v gov-
i ior in Florida began in recently joined the berg Model Homes pioneered that from 1949 to 1960, ernment career in 1929 and at
Ilrlered and
Is sales
ember last year The last for the representative the "on your lot"- building in Florida had a 78 per cent increase the time of his retirement was
Rutenberg Model =-
month of the year mow Homes In In its cash receipts from training officer in charge of
the VeniceSarasotaarea : ; the Bureau of Mines' varied
cent over pre. farm marketings This was exceeded
10 per
and his
up feelings toward ;"r',
,ou. year The national gain the goals of his company are only by an 85 per cent and widespread safety educational
increase in Arizona.
cent. programs
l' .ix per warm and confident.
".1 r j year-end gain in Flora "We have an entirely differ In 1960, Florida ranked 16th His citation enumerated his
a ,'most strong enough ent 'format'," he added 'We t In the nation in the value of Its valuable contributions to safe. l
wipe, out drops in the early started about 10 years witha t farm receipts.. In 1949, it rank ty educational activities, coal
on: 11 of the year for the year single house in Clearwaterand ago ,, ed 26th. a mine and other mine inspectionwork r

,.,? only one per there cent was below a have blossomed Into S (...- \ This spectacular rise In age!. and investigations of I
,2;2 Nationally major companies selling more cultural production seem seven mine fires, explosions, and other
cent gain last year. more phenomenal when serious mine accidents, and WALTER n. TOMLINSON
per than 800 homes a '
of chart- year. ....
The m-'only new consider that in 1960, the his leadership In mine rescue
\ on the simple basis of you
establishment OUR PORTRAIT IN :SHELLS-Robert Baumberger of 62
, the
Ircult reorganized in business logic, YOU have to be good to number of Floridians classified Park Ave., Venice Municipal Trailer Park, is shown here witha and recovery work. Disciples Group
, 'Ifor inufacturmg corporations build that many homes. Butwe're as farm residents amounted to replica of the GONDOLIER'S former masthead, which he Before coming to Venice,
e. rters of non-profit or.atenI offering something more only 3 2 per cent of the state'stotal fashioned from a painting with a border of shells and worm Tomlinson was in the Bureauof Meet WednesdayFunctional

J, c : are also Included in than cement blocks, wood and 1 population. coral. Baumberger, a retired Toledo Ohio, upholsterer, started Mines office at Pittsburgh. 11
glass we're offering a What is 'responsible for this coming to Venice five years ago and became interested in Previous assignments Included committees and
figureS,jar's new Florida service that means that we fantastic increase In the face ofa shell portraiture When he presented the above, Baumberger Vmcennes Ind., and Norton, the church board of First
:ail ereoffsetby732busi- care how happy you are in declining farm population! said he used between SO and 60 different kinds of shells andit Va. Christian Church (Disciples of
'10''1 failures, as reported by Dr. Smith says that the increased took him 10 days to finish The Tomlinsons chose Venice Christ) will meet Wednesday
's use of technology on at 7:30: p m at the Venice
with (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
ind Bradstreet because of the number of former
a Joint Session the farm has made it possible branch of Sarasota Federal
totaling $46 mil- friends and neighbors in
-I,Abilities for fewer people to produce a Savings and Loan Assn.
n, These figures were downper DICK w LLKE:: Norton who now reside In Venice The congregation will celebrate
abundance of the crops VLT (
greater Sets
cent and 40 per cent re- By WWI Groups I order to offer the buyer a and livestock necessary for TryoutsFor Among them are Dr the Week of Compassion
..cllVeI Nationally, failing George Botts, eye, nose and
wider choice of location of lots keeping our population fed and< Sunday through Feb. 23.
.J ''is' were down nine per cent The first joint meeting of the within his own choosing and clothed. throat specialist, and Dr G T. The church is meeting temporarily -
H -b flies 18 per cent year for Venice Area Barracks at the same time, allow him Foust, their family doctor in at the Masonic Tem
- [ Florida l accounted for 6.07i 764, Veterans of WWI, and the to have a custom built home. Season FinaleTheater Norton. ple for 9:15: am. Sunday
r nt of the nation's new Auxiliary will be held Saturdayat "All these homes are arch! UM Band Camp They have one son, WalterL. school classes and 10 a.m. worship
I m' st year: for 5.09 per 8 p.m. at Venice Civic Cen tectually designed," he said, Tomlinson Jr., a freshmanat services each Sunday A

Jit r343. of the cent failing of the firms liabili-and ter.The "with only the best workmanship For TeenagersApplications buffs who want to so-bright friend the villain'shireling Ala.Troy State College, Troy nursery is provided for both f

> per Each of these meeting will be preceded and the top materials prove their talents behind the a female cafe owner services.
total. proItoni
'! bv a covered dish dinnerat used. Our standards In every being footlights should appear at and her French maid, an elderly -
shows improvement
It 6:30 p m., with meat, rolls detail are the highest now are of Miami's Venice Little Theatre Sundayat railroad engineer, a bar.
corresponding mid-year the '
taken for University
im- and coffee furnished by the "We have trained and qualified and Orchestra 7:30 p,m. for tryouts for the tender, a buxom dance hall
jr marking an Summer Band
ti\ement Auxiliary. Non-members will home councelors to show VLT's last presentation of the hostess and a police officer.
in state'a which CLOSINGOUTALL
the econ- Camp opens
\ be asked for a $1 donation and demonstrat the numerous season Extra parts will be railroad
June 14 and continues through
1. Charles D Worstall will preside Rutenberg features men July 13 on the UM main campus. The play, a Gay Nineties workers and.women patrons of
at the Barracks meeting who will answer all questions melodrama, "Love Rides the the cafe. The singing and danc- I
and President Mrs Everette about construction, design and be in Rails or Will the Mall Train ing parts will be those of cafe
who will or
Job Training Noland at the Auxiliary meeting will furnish literature a* an aid above Students the eighth grade In Sep Run Tonight," calls for 12 entertainers

Reports on legislation, to potential\ buyers tember eligible to attend speaking parts, singers, danc George Mahar, director of CHILDREN'SLEATHER
Americanization, membershipand lie presently Is selling at the are if they have the ers and numerous extras Tryouts two other VLT plays this sea.
ought For Vets the recent district conven- model homes at 3430 Webber recommendation camp of their school scheduled for last Sunday, son, will direct and has writtenthe AND CANVAS SHOES
tion in Tampa will be on the St. In Sarasota next to the new were postponed because of the
for "on.the.job"UllinC agenda Forest Lakes Country Club. band or orchestra director. shortage of books. The books lyrics for the musical num Large Selection I-
for teenagers, the
Designed bers.
are now available at Hart'sImport
it being of sought disabled by the veterans Veter camp is I conducted by a staff of House, West Venice The play Is the annual mon- X2OO$3.OO0NEWBERRY
A Place high school band and Ave., according to Mrs J. El-
j Administration as the Baptists Seeking directors. Campers will be ey-raiser of the season and is ,
wood King, casting committee a departure from the
'eat way to obtain perman- housed In Eaton Hall dormitory chairman. type usually
i employment for the veter. will attempted by the theatrical -
at the UM and
i led when his training is com- ,: To Locate Junior College be served in the university cafeteria pious Speaking widow parts and her call daughter for a, 'the selection group It committee is, according, also to a SHOE STORE "

Merely to train veterans in I Florida Baptists. are looking It must have adequate utilities Cost, for five weeks of hous a typical Gay railroad Nineties villain, roof-raiser, and offers one of Gulf, Theater Bldg. 3IOW., Venice An. [
a pompous superintendent the widest selection
of roles
itional schools !
or colleges around for a place to establisha and drainage .
trig food, instruction, recreation the hero and his not- that the theater has presented
comphshes only a part of the new junior college in Flor Communities which are In- and local transportation is

i-they are still unemploy- ida.Pursuant It must be accessible to the
1 Their handicaps rather to action of the $225.Further
I IHere's
of the general area
,their abilities may loom state Baptist Convention last population Information and application
of its' location and in a suitable forms may be obtained t
gets a prospective employ. November, regarding establishment
i eyes of such a college the environment from Fred McCall University
On t the other hand, VA offic- Florida Baptist Education The topography! must lend of Miami band director, or
above learned, if an employ. Commission has made the following itself" to campus development from senior and Junior high;
trains the disabled veteran announcement: rested in presenting proposals school band and orchestra directors

his own shop, there I Is strong The education commission Is should, in addition to the the "fine print"that .
Jurance that he will retain ready to receive offers of sites site, stipulate any other resources -
I trained veteran "tail- college to that could or would be I .
as a for a Baptist junior ----
!Mde"\ employee( be located in the state. Such available. with
The! VA asks the aid of the offers should include the following Offers are to be sent no later I of Osprey goes

trans groups, employment requirements: than April 1, 1964 to Mr. I I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I!
wies and the business An adequate campus site Charles H. Walker, Chairman, OFF I
TO 49%
rid' In general in locating of no less than 100 acres It Florida Baptist Education TP Plymouth and Valiant's5year50,000mile
Ployers who will offer dish must have a clear title and be Commission I 230 N daE33Iftrd -.A
but ambitious veterans a an outright gift .Street, Miami i i, 0 I J __
ace to take training in ..
zed lines of work with a I warranty* I
'11 of permanent employ.

.ent totencedOnDWIa VAo Alf oJ on the parts that keep you going.

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Whe Jones, S4. of Laurel i r ( r rHERE'S ri
.*W Innocent in municipal ra THERE'S NO FINER PRINT AVAILABLE. / rr r
lot to a charge of driving
''t Intoxicated, Judge John I
Blair found him guilty and
him $150 and suspended

'.rT8* for three months i

.JJw suspended $75 of the

:""t TV" Adler, 74. of 421

t Lane to a Drive charge pleaded'of failure tenant HOW THE STRONG 5/50 WARRANTY PROTECTS YOU:

Wd the right-of-way. He Chrysler Corporation warrants for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever

"vjcte sentence
VA Dawson. 27, of Laurel C NORM ADVUTinNO,I- replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's

ire g."ty aavehicle runder place of business, the engine block, head and internal parts, Intake

wl, tohjav and was fined $35 or BUSY HOUSEWIVES PAY BY CHECK! manifold, water pump, transmission case and Internal parts (excluding

nd to. days in city jail manual clutch), torque convertor, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle

Since they haven't the time to race through town paying and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles, pro-

.e monthly b.lli. they pay by check When bills arrive In the vided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles,

mail, trfey ]Iud write checks and mail them out. It'i easy whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change :. \

? t and it't lafe. and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every

check Checking' Account at 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of f
by Open a
You, too, can pay
o the VENICE-NOKOMIS BANK this week. You'll find our performance of the required service, and requests the dealer to certify

Checking Account Service Charae ..r. the lowest in this ((1)) receipt of such evidence and ((2)) the car's then current mileage.


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YEINDEtD; 0JEi ( All they ask you to do Is carry out a normal service, but it gives you a priceless bonus- .

WOD W schedule that 5 miles worth of of mind I II 1
RHist3 ABOUT maintenance any proud owner does years or 50,000 peace ,

CAY : IT( : LAsT automatically In fact, this warranty acts as See your Plymouth-Valiant Dealer and discuss

"ter' a ready reminder to you when it's time for the "fine print" with him. Then you'll want to

I driving* |II |hazardous| regular check-ups-just like going to the doctor! take a test drive In a View\ Plymouth or Valiant.

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Mrs. Hlozft\ : :gun\ t -rc"i r't two i Republican and terms served Club as the president Worn Top Records Two McNeils, No I Venice. East Personals I

ForGOcstMrs !>> She ii a member of the Br SALLY STl'UBS 1 new group of enthuMasUt! vi.I \ \
Florida Federation of Republican Kin Are Bazaar Venice Eaat to Mr. and Mrs. George Cros- cle riders. Joining in the ft
Br RONA SEARS Welcome to
Ma.. and! have far are Mrs. Flmer HeSJ,
Women finance chairmanfor Fitchburg ,
Of Service residents are from
Helene M Morrii of Gilbert Youth by. Our newest Mrs George Gllbrc"\II
the Seventh Congressional Road \ p
Sarasota announced thit week purchased a new house at 138 Paddlnton Mr
her candidacy for the office of I District a member of the National The British Bombshells, The Beatles once again have the -0- Cavsrly and Mrs Canpl
Republican National Committeewoman Republican Women's Club two number one songs in the country "I Want To Hold Your Prize Winners Mr. and Mrs Francis Caverly are back 111 Venice East for and Larralne: Ryan with Lu::

for Florida. and other Republican party Hand" and "She Loves You." Their magnetism is catchingthe their .. the Hoffman. house each Lisa behind her on her tr!, .

She is treasurer of the Republican clubs nation Beetle type halt cuts and wigs may soon be a common ENGLEWOOD Two winners year aThenCavedys! permanent home u Salem n. n. fre. cle. Free of heavy traffic It k

Committee sight in your city. by the name of McVell East development are the a wonderful place for
State Executive Mrs. E | ;
Gore Caverly's mother lie. c.c1lnt
Lesley relays an important message with "You not related walked off with
of Florid for and Stat.Commltt.ewoman IT FELL ALL RIGHT Don Own Me," still number two. Another girl with tremendous the top prizes at the bazaar Twin, is spending this Wlntll' --

Sarasota talent Brenda Lee, has edged the chart after with them.
County BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. up slipping held at St Raphael's Catholic '
down with "As Usual" -0-
A native of Boston Man. ihe (AP)-A youth in the city rec- New additions: At HIrt, the big man with a big horn and Church Saturday Parish Hall last Fridayand Captain and Mrs John< M. JIM PONDER'S
was graduated from State reation program fired an arrow of 132 Venice East
"Java Al has collaborated with songstress Ann Margaret to Francis McNeil won the col- Blevins
into the air It resulted DRIVE-IN LIQUORS
Teachers College In Masiachusetts produce a new best selling album Our second new additionis or TV and James McNeil the Blvd. are entertaining their
and did graduate work at In a claim for damage againstthe by the Dixiebelles who are heading for Southtown, U.S.A," trip to Nassau son Pfc. John Blevins Jr. John I2S W. Venice Ave Venice Phone 46J4$0$ |
transfer of the
Boston Universe]! She came city and and for hltsville Winners on the Trombola a paratrooper, was assigned to

to Sarasota tn 1946 after sons program to a new park. I Pick hit of the week: "Dawn (Oo Way)," a beautiful romantic were: No. 1. Mrs. Edna Schoet- Camp Campbell Ky, and lion
Ing for four and a half years a' I The arrow, it seems, cameto ballad by the Four Seasons tie Quilt; No.2, Mrs JosephStlmac a short leave before reportingto
a major in fie \VAAF-'. wasa earth perforating an awn- I Thin Last Two Weeks on Card Table and Chair; his new assignment at Fort SCHENLEY j SEAGRAMS

pioneer in the d'vt'opme", ng at<: the home of ArthurHarUi Week Week Weeks long and Recording Artist The ListFirst No. 3. Dr II.. !M Saunders Sr., Bragg N C. U
of the Saras-1 .I .
Rep! .car I I -oAs CALVERT
11x1 11/0 "1 Want To Hold Your Hand" and Pine Needle Bag; No 4, Dr L. usual the Scott Olesen's Full

"Site Loves Yoa" Beatles . 3/2 M Sanders Jr. Mosaic Wall Mrs
:2 2 13 "You Don't Own Me" Lesley Gore aa Picture; No.8. Mr. John Ev- household 1* a busy one Quart
9SJt)1 a 4 "Thera r I've Said: It Aaln" ers, Bird and Cage!: ; No. t, Mrs. Olesen sisters are spendingthe 399

r 4 aogtbmoA's 4 Bobby Vinton . . . . .... II Ella Kinney, Potted Palm, No. Mrs winter Ethel with Wilson them., of They Greenville are- -8feCROWN I
4 4 15 "Out Of Limita" Markettl .. 4S 7, Mrs A. S. Trowbrldge, HandMade CharlesConnell filth JtaoniBrt
Maine and Mrs
a r I 8 "Her! Little Cobra" Rip Chords 4S Stole' No 8. Mn. Joseph ,Belt al .

KtT0Rrc gAS&ft&UtFlorida. 7 .20 'Um Um, Um Urn' Um. Um," Pfouth, Shell Picture, NO.9. took of Haverhlll quick trip, Mass north CASE '! 469W5

Major Lance . . . . 3 Miss Helen Tralno, Coffee They all Mrs. a Wilson in Hunts I
T 8 18 "Anyone Who Had A Hear Table; and No 10, H D Mae- leaving
Ala to visit her daughter
Dionne Warwick . ... . .. .. 2a Pherson Barby Doll and yule and family Mr. and Mrs
"Java" Al Hlrt .. . . ... 1 Wardrobe ,and her four.randchUdren.
9 I I "Louie, Louie" Klnsmell ....... 10 Two other prizes were a basket Archie Steen. The others wenton j
of fruit won by Mrs. A S. .
10 12 12 "For You"flick Nelson ....., 4
? r. Auburn Mass to visit
rwrt l tr II 11 2 "Surfln' Sird" Trllhm.n ....... 8 Trowbridge, and a knitted stole to ,and soninlaw HALLER VODKA
the Olesen's daughter
12 15 I "As U.u.I" Brenda Lee ....... ... T von by D Sluss Mrs William 3.19
Mr and
13 17 "A Tool Never Learna" The hall was decorated by FIFTH

Andy Williams .. ..,. .... ... .., 2 Tullio Vincent and Mrs Bruce Kent and their children and Elizabeth RICOS FIFTH
Gall Douggy. PUERTO
14 14 17 "Daisy Petal Pickln' Caldwell with Hibiscus Trees Larry
and "Palms'1 here and there, The Olesen's have part of their CARIOCA RUM
Jimmy Ollmer and Fireballs .. 4 3.69
15 11 colorful crepe paper streamers family near Their daughter
"Talking Abaut My Baby"Ireprensiona 3 FOR $10.50
: . . . . .. 2 on end around the booths sym- and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs
18 18 "Baby I Love You"" Ronettea 2 helloing Florida with all itt color TTiomsi Ryan, live In Venice
I t7 10 3 "Pc>psiC'1es and Icldu" Murmaids 7 > and made it indeed a fancy East They have three children 3 FOR $10.50
who alfto their grandparent
"F.ir. keep
18 20
"What 1 Ami Kind- of Tame Fool (Do You. Think. 2 Tho e who were, responsible busy Mr. end Mrs. Glenn 'Imperial' Blue Gnu Kessler Corby P.M. G i W

"I "Southto"'n, U. SA," Dixiebella I for putting on the Bazaar were Robinson of New Port Ritchie Ten High Sdllbrcok Charter Oat PhiladelphaGuctenheimer
20 13 5 "For'e 111m" Mrs. John Brejark chairman spent the past weekend! with
Bobby Rydell I Walker Gin Flaiinmann" 6n
'4 (President of Altar Society) ; Mr. and Mrs Olesen. Busy. -
Awl Mrs. Thomas Edmonds, cochairman they are entertaining, Mr. Ole Tom Moore- Heubleim" Creme de Menthe Gilby Vodli

Presbyterian Church of the Altar Society; sen still finds time to take an
Hr. Frank Gray, chairman active part in the Saramana
md James McNeil, co-chair- Life Member Club of Retired
man of the Holy Name SocIety. Telephone Employes He is the
Sanctuary Dedicated SundayNORTH They wish to thank the chair. ,. club s present president Mr. 6 TVGSTAMPS
Men ef all booths, including the Olesen retired as PBX foremanfor

PORT CHARLOTTEThe : Grace Presbyterian Church St. chairman of the chicken din Western Electric in Fitchburg -

First i Presbyterian Petersburg Other ministers attending nen and all'1 co-wrrkfrs for j Mass.

Church of North Port Charlotte were, The Rev. Charles their time and effort in doing I -o-
dedicated Its new Sanctuary at Cuthbertson pastor cf the First a good job. I* A daily sight I<< around the Ven- .

special dedication service Sunday Baptist Church of North Port -wel.aaaerrg;.............. ......-"r" ....:.;::...:.:;- --.>IL.-_........-.".....,... .....-.......-...-..."-...-, '''- -,..,. "'- --"" -to
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approximately Charlotte and The Rev. Olson ,
225 members and e of the Evangelical Free Churchof

guests The Church present was received into Lee Englewood 01 d h.a m represented YOU'RE IN FOR A

the Presbytery of the Southeast General Development Corp BIGi
of the Evangelical Presby and expressed gratification at
I .. tartan Synod at this serviceThe the completion of a new church I

congregation began holding in this growing city
at Us most beautiful
services in August 1981 In Dr. Terrence Peterson is the I
the Community Center and in pastor and founder of the
natural best! I
General DevelopmentCorp church end announces there
donated four and one- will be both morning and evening .
half acres on which to build services held each Sunday
Imagine Florida before resorts...before tourists and the church. Ground was brokenon at 11 '00 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.
Sept. IS. I8 3. construction
crowded beaches. .lush beautiful lazy-warm and
started in October and the
quiet It's ttill very much that way at Cape Haze, but con
with modem touches to add to your enjoyment Exclusive gregation moved into the new Indians TopicOfDr.Mahvin
,yet not expensive, this lovely community has Sanctuary. on Jan It of this
a private Gulf Beach large swimming pool and ye.r.Specl.l
cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet and Dedicatory anthems i
trap shooting, paved and shrubbed reads and central were sung by the choir from

water system A paradise for bathers boaters and the Kentucky Avenue Presby Dr. Jar! Malwin spoke on the
sportsmen. ..Just 6 miles from Boca Grande fine tenan Church in Lakeland and original Florida Indian tribes ,
tarpon fishing and golf facilities. Seclusion without The Rev. Donald MacVair, and exhibited his collection of :
isolation. .the perfect locale for your home In minister of the Convent Presbyterian Indian arti/acts at the II I
Florida.Two thirds acre r.sid.ntial.ites from $3500 Church in St Louis, of Nokomis Lion Club on Feb. I
and chairman of the Board of ..
National Presbyterian I Missions

I It was Ladies'
Night for the
gave the dedicatory sermon -
and officers reported one
CAPE HAZE CORPORATION I of the groups largest attendances -

p n e-. are PI. .... were at the meeting and by Mrs A M Hanson
11 a. among and Paul
.'. .... rw r ass ._ the churches *
besides Taylor
e71 IW wN N VNI,. C.. ; "t
N.N 771 N t. INn. I The Rev ftulard Armes.
." ::'h--a(: : :U.: INN 771 41 I r the choir and other members of I
--10... .,,11... .1 ........ the Lakeland Church were The I
1 t..II.,. .. 7/I. t.rNl1 .\ Rev, Thomas dank'
P .. .. ......mI sow '- Sidebotham of Osprey 8
41 :;. Faith Presbyterian Church'

Sarasota: The ReW.1 1:,am I $100,000 Liquidation Sale ]
.7IJuj I Cordrs Ian Church, York Drive Bradenton Presbyter; and IP: TO 49% OFF I I e I 'l' : tr'b

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bi the low-price Held ((318 cu In. V8)). It doesn t cost extra at for rf Ae 1
you such a fine automobile,but why should you? Sc the gas pump, either! Regular grade fuel suits It Just fine Dodge Dealer Instead!II k 6Sn
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thick wall-to-well carpeting-ill standard equipment Yet fl r1r
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Cigarette North Port Charlotte II'First Baptist DOUBLES -

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:edit!twt!! Cigarette smoler In Venice Club News And Notes i To Begin'Book'Study STAMPS

, added $9,177.24 to the Venice ON ALLPRESCRIPTIONS
Fl'the In January. mak.
;3 : total Members ef I MondayA I
of $ 9,0IU5 recelvii the North Port meet on Tuesday Feb 18 at
It', from the tax on cigarettesold Woman's Club gather this afternoon 7:30: p.m. at the Community
In Venice for the seven at 1 o'clock for the Center, Interesting and Informative four-day study of the Book i
ckhy01ht from annual President' Tea VENICE SHOPPING CENTER VENICE AVENUE
months of the fiscal year and Installation talk on gardening in'' Ephealan will begin Man
July 1, 1983. of offjcen Mrs. Dorothy Florida are Given and anyone day, Feb. IT, at the First Bap _
- The January figure II! a de- SchueUr will be the in. interested may attend these list Church with Dr. R Raymond A
crease of H.W1 from the tailing officer. meeting, Lloyd as the teacher. The Reg. 35c 100 Tab 100 m.g.VITAMINC.
received in December, The Valentine Theme will be -0- study will continue through ,
amount carried out and Mr*, Ethel Feb. 20 I I I II
W Approximately 20 North Port
$111 t>0
A decrease was expected, Hadley will and Mr. Sue Gibbs ladies are enrolled In the ladies Dr Lloyd, pastor of the C EARd51L SOAP 19t 29t
however, in January due pertly Mr pour*. Exercise Class which meet Ridgtdal Baptist Church, .
to advance sales to beat the of Down Is chairman each Thursday morning from Shattannngt, Tenn.. Is the ton
and temporary resentmentLjr the refreshment com. B to 11 at the Community Cen of the Rev. and Mrs R. R
the Increased tax. How. mlttee ter. The able Instructor it Mr. Lloyd Sr. of the First Baptist
the drop i la expected to be Mrs. Hubert McKibben, pres. Nona Leonard from Port Char Church, here. Reg.
temporary and financial (dent, urge all members to be lott who hal spent I I II I I II
only years In addition to his pastoral experience HAiR
present at this
650'I ."crease,pert pack I from have would five predicted produce to eight the lame cents in. in,. -o Important- meet I the Instructing dance! in-Calisthenics- and logical in the Southern Seminary, Dr. Lloyd Baptist at has Louisville taught Theo-, TONIC 49t

million in 1964 for the state Fjfty.thre people attended Several North Port Charlotte ,
140 Ky. and has conducted study
I ?However t whole.that was before the Pitts burl meeting Club of last the Thursday Greater ladie buttons will for help the solicit Heart contri Fund of Ephesians several times this Reg. $1,19 ANTISEPTICSEABREEZE.' Reg. $1.96 '

rK report nt U on S the Surgeon smoking harmful General and effects now s ter evening Seven and at the guests seven Community were new. mem Introdueed Cen. Those Important helping work with are Mrs this Florence very the year.Classes public, .which will begin are open at T:30:to I 69( I II I LILT| milk wave $ U
cigarette Shldler] Mrs Viola Peterson
01( iU
I to one will hazard a guess as bens! Joined the club. Mr. Jim Mrs Arthur Brigham! p m daily, concluding et I I .
to how much that report would Bates played his tape recorder Mr. Oliver McShanftg, Mrs p.m.
\ rut into the state revenue and and there were table of card*. Viola Lard and Miss Ann ---
wnsequently Into the City Of The club I J. holding Its first Hanlwlck. Reg. 89eSPRAY
I Venice revenue. dance on Saturday, Feb. 15 at One of these ladies will be NARCE Schedules
w: Sarasota County itself fared 7:30: p.m. In the Community calling on you soon I I IIhl. I FillER

.19 (32 well,000 in from December the race track receiving tax a Center dance The every club third plan Saturdayof to hold February MeetingThe STARCH 59t PAPER 2 26( I

compared to $29,000 for each month. VG Club
fund as
(the same month last year The next regular meetingwill February business meet \ .," UiIL:: 'tfJ&eEffarisElUxMiaif..... ? .. ... .l1J.
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.69 Sarasota$218,123.60 County in January also received as its at 7:30:be p on.m Thursday. March 5 Show Set Friday Chapter lotion for of the Retired National Civil Assoc Em THURSDAY 1 FRIDAY $j SATURDAY

hire of the seven cent gasoline Th Venice Garden Club ployes will be held Wednesday, "
tax as compared to $182 North Port Charlotte Fashion Show Feb. 19, at the Lemon Bay I
Boat Club meet next Thursday. luncheon and RESTAURANT sue.Tom'
081A9[ received in DecemberJD63. << evening at 7:30: p.m. at the card party Friday! will be held American legion Hall In En. BAKED RED
Community Center at Fisherman' Wharf at 12.30 glewood '
.W There is important business p m. A potluck lunrheon at noon
hue Pay (GI[ Loans to be taken car of at this The show presenting fashIons will precede the meeting Persons SNAPPER inSAUTE'butter I STEAK
meeting and Commodore Bob from Maas Brothers, (' I
GIs Off Anytime Sarasota, attending are asked to SPECIALS
Canfield all the membersto was previously ached. N
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Sanduskyi specialties Candy, Cigar, Tobacco, Cigarette, Drug Perhaps it is the extreme Don't miss THE!: GOLDEN
Temple Orange Are at Their I Very Best Now! Sundries, Janitor Supplies Institutional Groceries. care that goes into the preparation BUDDHA!
Sarasota County's Men' Store of Quality Complete Line of Paper Product of every food they There one finds a tempting
at SAPRITO BROS. Here' a firm that mates it possible for the thrifty serve, whether choice steaks, variety of fresh vegetables
PIC t.rs end Shipper of Fine ,Citrus Fruit 1448 Main Street businessman to heap available a big stock of quality chops, wonderful fresh vegetables prepared to retain all their I
Distinctive merchandise. or any of the Chinese natural flavor
Apparel for Men in
BROS. offer the Stop In Featuring Such Famous
HsAPRITO any time, look foods that's exotic, prepared Chinese
A Family Dinners. One
of Florida' around. You Name as: Society Brand SMITH SPECIALTY COMPANY men Is always ready
can Hathaway Fashion native
surely find Part Dobbs to all by Chinese you'll must find for himself what a
KripS* fruit. The golden Just the right combination of Kingsridge Stadiverl) Clarks of England Michaels various give items you the cooperation you need to move their enjoy every moment in THE pleasure it is to eat where
I. from the these wonderful luccessfully.At .
lunshine products GOLDEN BUDDHA.
t,II hin of. State. Thj whole. Stop in SAPRITO BROS. Stern Bass Weejuni Gent Manhattan Arrow liod Hwy. 301$ & 47th Street, Sarasota, Phone 355-5191 If you like cocktails and prices good food of consistent is combined modesty.with

K friendly I gift' suitable for 1801 Main St., in Sarasota and of 'London London Fog and others. for prompt .service 1 mixed drinks served at your YouTl be glad If you drive

tint to anyone; friends, stock up from a fine selectionof "wrcB in siyie ana comfort. your longest, busiest day. Har table, you'll enjoy the marvel. over for a delicious dinner
Kive' *, neighbors, employ. tree ripened citrus, but don't Wear clothes that have every. mon's have a fine selection ft VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU, INC.All ous service at this charming Open daily from 4 'till 10 9.in.iSuradaysfeom
1., Young and old alike appre- forget the folks back home thing you want; color, light fresh, flattering I restaurant, whose style and
patterns and Expense Tours and Cruise 12:00: to 10 00. At
ate arid enjoy these delightful send delicious Florida Citrus. weight, comfort, new styling. shades ready to quality set it apart from other :
.1 wonderful gifts. Every item shipped Is guar Clothes that are skillfully tailored wardrobe a pleasant lift. your All Steamship and Airline Foreign and Domesticno eating places. Delicious, tempt 7113 N. Tamiami Trail, Sara. \
SAPRITO BROS specialize anteed. They include only from the mill' finest. In Make it a habit to drop in u matter" wnere you plan togo your contemplated trip. They ing food delightfully served sota. phone 355-8466 for reservations. -
fsncy gift boxes and baskets. the finest fruits In perfect con- cloth fabrics that are natural. often at HARMON'S at -how much or how little you make short work of all airline, and carefully prepared. .
;wr to ask them to Include dition. Stop in any time for I ly wrinkle-resistant, hold press 1448 Main St., to see their late plan to spend-Venice Travel steamship and hotel reservations .
.enerous supply of their Jum. further information on pricesor and keep you comfortable styles, their complete line of I Bureau, Inc., can make your etc. In fact, they take ACME TIRE COMPANYGillette ,;
.Shell Pecans their shipments. offer the maximum in trip more enjoyable-yes I
Paper lasting slacks and sportswear. The even over all the troubles of your
,nderful jellies, marmaladesd Call 955-1270 for further and satisfaction best in top quality shirts and more profitable to you. trip from beginning to end. Tires for Car or TrurL G...,.n fu.A La

i candies. more complete Information. The Dupont miracle fiber nationally known haberdash. They specialize In tours, VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU ; By experience, car owners Fort Myers. Either of these ,
Dacron, blended with wool to both domestic and foreign. owned and operated by Dick know that they can save at fine stores will provide what.
Color Film Laboratory ..tNORTON'S make the finest, handsomely ery.You're always welcome at They know exactly what shouldbe Steiner has for over 5 years least 50 per cent on tire ex ever service your tires need. .
styled, easy-fitting suit that HARMON'S, for over 28 years, done Their entire resourcesof taken the hardship out of their pense, by having worn tires They are prompt and efficient
I CAMERA CENTER keeps looking fresh through leaders In men's wear) knowledge, equipment and clients' travels. recapped. Recapping by skilled Their recapping will work
experience are at your service. So, stop in at 314 Venice workmen,
using factory-ap
wonders for
Eieitma) News For Florida Photo Fans JENKIN'S GROCERY They handle and plan every Ave., Venice, or call Venice proved methods and first class all prices appeal:your to budget the .
Here ii Sarasota's complete. CAMERA CENTER, buys, I I detail of your trip. All the 488.2238 for service materials. thrifty.
Kodak equipped processing I sells, repairs all makes of Groceries Meat Produce Open 4 A.M. to 7 P.M. Daily bothersome details that take so Private consultation on tours, ACME Tire Co. guaranteed In Sarasota, 1943 N. Wash.

,nt for Kodacolor film and cameras, representing aU the Your shopping trip win be I and constantly offer them at much of the pleasure from cruises or steamship travel.EARL'S recapping restores worn tire* ington Blvd., phone 958-3665
nIL Kodak trained person. world famous names. So, stop easier and your money will I entirely reasonable prices. to new usefulness adding Drive III for a fast, free
using the very latest eleccally in "Where Good Pictures Begin last longer if you shop at this Meats are always: kept In TRAILER SALES & thousands of miles of carefree tire
'! controlled equip- ," at 1481 Main Street. dependable Grocery perfect condition by their efficient I Mobile Horn Air and ---I service. Inspection. Skidding Is a
.",(, painstakingly assure (Free Customer Parking on It is well and favorably refrigerator system. All Conditioning They aim) have the PAN frequent cause of accidents ,
[.(fid. professional results. their lot) 20 years in downtown known to the people of this stock Is new and fresh, temptingly Travel Trailer Supplies- Repairs AMERICAN TIRE CO., at 3086 do ;your share to prevent them,
REMARKABLY, elimination Sarasota. area. For years, it has held an displayed, carefully arranged Here's a firm with the skill, pendably comfortable. Mr. Fowler., phone ED4-2552,, in by keeping :your tires SAFE!:!
intercity shipment and This is truly a friendly store enviable reputation for fair in this perfectly sanitary the equipment and the experience Houseberg's years of experience -
ode laboratories, permits where expert advice Is available dealing better meats and and modern market. to do first-class trailer in trailer work will surely RISSER'S
new low price: 3 X-JUM- on any photo problem. groceries, select frozen foods- There Is always plenty of repairing offering a better work to your advantage."If FOOD SHOP I
COLOR ENLARGEMENTSeach Their interest doesn't end with ice cream all at reasonable free parking space, and a job at a reasonable price it can be fixed, he can George Shorter & R. M. Rissw. Owners
and ONE DAY the sale always plenty of prices. cheery welcome: for you, Trade EARL HOUSEBERG, the fix IU"! Is not an idle boast. Riser's located in Sarasotaat promoting have
RVICEt free instructions with any pur. It's a problem to buy to the where your business is appre owner, promises his best in an Earl's reputation for dependability 638 So. Washington Blvd., ban been destroyed powers by artificial not ad-
sarasota's Photograph- chase. Come in any time, best advantage: but you makeno ciated. Where your dollar Roes effort to give entire customer is unquestioned) important health food cen ditions or process.
Headquarters and Audioual you're always welcome! Phone mistake when you shop atJENKIN'S further at JENKIN'S GROCERY satisfaction He offers complete 7707 S. Tamiami Trafl (four ter. They have every food for They offer whole grain Bakery .
Dealer I NORTON'S 958-4674. GROCERY. They 27th and Church, Sar. mobile home heating and miles south of Sarasota city special diets. Goods, Salt-free Dieteticand i

know quality food products, asota. Phone 3555695.. air suppliea conditioning and equipment.Be service. plus limits), Sarasota Phone 924- Your health depends upon Natural Foods, ,Vitaminsand

SARASOTA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND BIBLE BOOK SHOP home sure that :your mobile I 4448 for service and supplies wholesome your eating diet.a well Eat balanced sensibly sources.Minerals Raw from Sugar,natural Raw
will be steadily and de beyond .
I I your expectations live sensibly exercise
Religion Literature Bibles Honey, Unbleached and Sun-
sure get good food, plenty dried Unsulphered Fruits.
Christian Fiction Devotional Boots and MaterialsFor SWIFT DELUXE DRY CLEANING of sleep and fresh air."NOTHING The
| Venice Art Office 446 S. Trail Chat Bruin, Mgr. I owners are to be praised
the Christian family, no of Christian Fiction. & LAUNDRY IN YOUR LIFE for their work in bettering the
D. William Ovtrton, Fret. Savings & Loan Facilities
gift is more appreciated than Here are gifts, yours or any WILL EVER BE SO IMPORTANT health of the community. Ris- I
".los association was organ- Savings & Loan Association is the gift carefully chosen from other family will be glad to Expert Worlmanship, Modern Equipment Insure Satisfaction AS YOUR GOOD ser's Health Food Store is an
] to provide a safe and evidenced by the fact that assets the beautiful selections of religious own. They are always appreciated On Cay Service if Desired HEALTH AND VITALITY!"
Iitable place to employ the are now over 77 million offerings at BIBLE always in good taste. A This store has a fine ReJection Important contribution to the
ing! of thrifty people, so dollars. BOOK SHOP.Devotional beautiful selection of Bibles, Richard Simmons. the manager 3910 S. Tamiami Trail, Ph. 924- of NATURAL FOODS welfare of the area for any
t thc)' might earn greater The association Is one of the Books, Children's most with genuine leather of this great service, has 1532 1150 27th Street, Ph. foods whose natural health information phone 9582904. .
built _
until his firm is
unequal. 958-C530 1904 Stickney Point !!
dends and at the same vital factors in the continued Bible Story Books, Pocket backs, illustrated with
e help other people to buy development of this community Testaments, Scofield Bibles presentation ed in this area. Folks say "LetSWIFT'S Rd., Ph. 924.9243 Magic City
pages, maps, etc. NUNN
I own their own homes in I Stop in at 449 S. Tamiaml Cruden's Concordance. Wed. Stop in at 1515 Cross In They know Shopping Center, Ph. 355-3933 I j I
i that no effort has been spared call and
or they'll stop at
Trail, Venice, Phone 4888701 Certificates I Stritinqly Beautiful i Hiah-Fathion Shoes
area ding Bible Games, Sarasota, let Mrs, Alma Gray, to make this cleaning and laundry door ..
'here ii no risk Involved, as or in Sarasota, 1718 Main Plaques, Program Books; Sun the owner, show you the splen. service the finest. your very soonthey'll bee Nunn Shoes, Inc., for firsts, dress shoes, wedges
r lavmgs are safely insur- Street, Phone 955-1161: or day School Lesson Commen : did selections of religious Rugs, deliver your laundry or shoes that are so much more Sun-Step and Reds tubabl.
jp to (10,000 and more, by 6306 S. Tamiami Trail just taries. Vacation Bible School i hooks. Call 955439 for further drapes repaired., spreads, cleaned, dyed, dry cleaning, fresh sweet- than an accessory playshoes. Add a glowing
tonIc accounts by an north of Stickney Point Road. Materials and a fine selection Information. smelling and bright you'Ulove A wide range of sizes: and touch of color to spring neutrals
Phone Complete Family, Bachelor this service! They serve styles In exciting colors
cry of the U. S. Govern. 955-1181. new a colorful character
nt. The money is always Visit the Venice CommunityArt OUT-OF-DOOR and Shirt Service-and 'Sweat Coral Cove and our areas on new textures, new shapes, boost to summer pastels with
SCHOOL On Siesta
KeyF. ers 'Draperies 'Curtains Lace
Jable to its owners, and Gallery in their lobby. I Monday Thursday. marvelous new constructionthat shoes as light and lovely as
II\ high dividends, comnded Peter Warren director of N. MUNRO, A.B. MX Head Matter' Table Cloths a 'Blankets Bed RICHARD SIMMONS, manager makes them the most sparkling wine, shoes without i
Spreads Slip Covers they I
or paid quarterly, SARASOTA FEDERAL SAV- we want 10 C8.l1he attention This fine school has an envIable do It all, and perfectly! promises better cleaningand comfortable high-style you've season foiall your gayest i
pt wile policies of the man- INGS It LOAN ASSN., repre- of parents to the fact that record of achievement. Bring your bundles to laundry every time a ever walked in. Thousands of hours. Let them show you
nmt of Sarasota Federal senting the Venice Area. there is a particularly effective Under the able direction of F. choice of their four locations your: truly unequalled service! new beautiful styled and sensationally shoes for resort or city wear,
school for as gay and with tall or petite heels.
boys and girls on N. Munro, AB, M.A., the

Dependably Serving This Area Since $1932 sota.beautiful Siesta Key in Sara from summer mid day June camp to mid is August.open CUSTOM AWNING COMPANY colorful. as as many a spring open toed bouquet as shoes They're you've here been the looking kind for of;

I KER'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCE STORE I Attention'Small J Classes 'Individual Call have today so that your child I Beautify Your Home With Canvas Awnings Fine Quality closed NUNN shoes.SHOES has them all, in new, wonderful, light, accessories slim construction for
'Transportation will an opportunity enjoy
Dealer for BABCOCK Florida1 Finest Furniture available from Venice Area the finest schooling.OutofDoorSchool Free Estimates, "Always A Shade Better, All-Ways" new shapes, new fabrics, your spring through summer

how styles of furniture and truly good furniture priced in Tutoring 'Sports 'Swimming is an essential Custom canvas awnings add will Install them expertly.ED Gold in every category, Clogsin fashions
pit in every price range. terms of thrifty, careful econ Dancing. Boys and girls factor and a contributor charm and style, and furnish MILLER, the owner, many colors patent leathers Stop in today at 1501 Main, ,
'1 stress simplicity and use- omy. pre-school through the tenth to the educational development comfort and protection. They wants to give you a free estimate in colors that are fashion in Sarasota, or call 958.3400.

ess. Here are functional I BABCOCK WILL TREAT grade. Full school .-ear-short of this area. We are gladto literally air condition your on your next window,
ei with warmth and char. I YOU RIGHTI"! This isn't an term students member of praise its able personnel. On home protect your furnishings porch, patio, trailer, boat, GEORGE & RUSS MOBILE HOMES INC.
'r, planned to go amiably I idle boast as their dealer, Secondary Educaton Board Siesta Key, 4520 Ocean Blvd., add an air of friendly beach, lawn or truck awning I I
each other, BAKER'S FURNITURE, offer and Member of Florida Council In Sarasota. Call 924-1013 for hospitality. or cover. "Anything in can 3 Locations: To Serve You
iUCER'S have made their I you the best from this widely of Independent Schools. further information. Awnings look cool are vas!" Top Quality New & Used Mobile Homesthe
: prices and easy terms well I Ion known firm. "Your Credit is cooler, lowering room temperatures 2046 Harvard Street, one-half You
to just about everyone. Good!" So, stop in at 1570 6th "The New Tempest ft An Exciting Carl"STINNEIT'S I as much as 15 degrees block S. of 12th Street, Sara home can own your for own mobile easy terms will In many
easily this
nyc kept pace with Florida Street, In Sarasota There's always furnish real protection sota, phone 958-0657 There Is reliable cases, be less than rent andalways
PONTIAC INC. I and dependable firm has
U of against sun and rain. no substitute for custom built be infinitely better, because
daily living.
of free parking! fine mobile homes to suit I
Hiether you're marrying, plenty PONTIAC TEMPEST SALES AND SERVICE Your choice of fabrics, canvas awnings. "We fool the every you wi\ soon own a
] Always friendly, thoughtful purse or taste These fine tastefully furnished, comfortable
I tailored fast and the rain! Call I
beautifully sun sun
ing or simply adding, Even if you're not, at the moment in only the most expensive big homes are built for enduranceand home.
ER'S have the recipe for a vice. Call 9584303 for further in the market for any cars. colors, competent workmen free estimates. I satisfaction they're an ; The reputation for honestyand

Jtiful, livable home information. car, please spend a few seconds Tempest. is the only newsizecar La GASSE PLUMBINGSeptic adventure in smart living. One straight forward business
reading about this re with big car performanceand modest Investment brings youa methods of GEORGE & RUSS
V, T. "P.t" lynn Jr.. Owner C. W. "Bill" Bauer Mgr markable car small car economy. Similar Tank Cleaning Installations Repairs comfortable, tastefully fur- MOBILE HOMES, INC., makes
The tempest is not a stripped to the nationally famous Drain Fields Installed Grease 24 Hr. Service nished, entirely modern mobile theirs the logical place to buy
LYNN COMPANYDoctor's Traps -
OPTICAL down big car, it is a Trophy V-8, so that repair men home, equipped for gracious either a brand new mobile
[ Prescription Filled Broken Lenses Duplicated completely new concept in respect it, the Tempest Trophy This thoroughly modern firm miliar with every detail of the living, for travel and vacations. home, or an excellent "trade-
size, design, engineering and 4 develops more horsepowerand has powered vacuum pumps- business, making his one of Their mobile homes are up In." "
pittct Leases Fitted Artificial Eyei B & L Binoculars construction.. It is a high quality greater torque than any large capacity tank trucks. this community's most valued to 20 ft. wide and 60 ft. long They always place the goodwill
w opticians at Lynn Optical to your own complete satis motor car with a low purchase production passenger car Thus they are able to do all services. nationally known such as: of the customer first. See
are fully qualified to serve faction. price and amazinglylow "four" built In the world! cleaning jobs quickly and For septic tank cleaning, installation MANATEE, WOLVERINE, the exciting display at 6558 N.
lr. our optical needs. They Let the friendly folks at operating cost comfortable STINNETT'S PONTIAC without offensive odors. Premises or repairs, call 924- CROSSLAND, CHAMPION Tamiaml Trail I, Sarasota
C the importance of prop- LYNN OPTICAL COMPANYmeet seating for six big SERVICE, 240 N. Washington! are always left scrupulously 8428, if no answer, 924-9073 or and the great FORTUNE, built Phone 355-7601, Midway Lot at I
fitted lasses and will asJou -- your optical needs. i men easy handling a Blvd, in Sarasota, 4s authorized clean and sanitary 924-7753. You'll get prompt, efficient right in Sarasota, a really fine 6703 N. Tamiami Trail, Phone
in selecting a frame Sarasota office and off-street soft, quiet ride, but with sports sales and service for PONTIAC GEORGE LaGASSE Is not service the kind that mobile home! 355-5324 or at Cortez Corner In
>sble of providing high stylk parking at 1849 Hillview Street. car stability perfectly balanced and its new TEMPEST. content with average service.He always assures customer sat Any mobile home, new or the Food Fair Shopping Center,
and at the same time al. Phone 938-1388 because the weight on They offer first class repair insists that nothing be left isfaction! used, can be financed so that in Bradenton
Proper vision. Bradenton: Downtown, 1021 the rear wheels is equal to service for any car, and a nice undone to assure perfect customer Mailing address: 2325 Bee -
ey' will fill your prescrip- Manatee Avenue, phone 742- the weight on the front wheels selection of traded-in cars! satisfaction. He is fa. Ridge Rd., Sarasota. TUCKER'S SPORTING GOODS
*> the letter, with theattt 1591 104 Manatee Ave. E, results, the Tempest rides Call 955-4105 for further infor
care to perfection and 744-4131. with the stability usually found mation. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, INC. I Complete Fishing and Hunting Supplies I

I '7uc er'. Tactle Tales Em"
Commercial Residential Industrial &
"The Most Professional Care, Most Homelike Atmosphere" Wiring Rewiring

AUTIFUL SARASOTA JUNGLE GARDENS WILHELM'S NURSING HOME licensed & Bonded for Sarasota City & County Here is Sarasota's oldest and hunting and fishing Informs
most complete sporting '
feel wel-
One of the World1 Great Tropical Plant Collection I Adequate wiring Is but a or shop. store. They are very well :;eTh&e you're you
Completely Air Conditioned I 18 Year In Sarasota small part of your building The most disastrous of fire buyingor

,Amtting Rue Bird Exhibit Bring Your Camera This fine nursing home Is new and modern RETIREMENT cost and adds greatly to your often have their origin in faulty known Rods, reels over, this toys wide, baseball area. area's visiting. They handle Oho
11 thousands Usguests. MOTEL. This remark. investment and convenience.. Owners should be strictin greatest variety of na.
impossible for me to Adding to this beauty\ I outstanding in its service to wiring. equipment, basketball, golf, tlonally known and
you about this most re of birds, some very rare Offering wards, privateand ably fine nursing home has the Be sure to plan a modem, their requirements only guns, ammunition, etc., equipment advertised
sporting goods
table exhibit, in so brief Flamingos, many varietiesof semi-private rooms pleasant homelike atmosphere adequate electrical wiring sys competent, licensed electricians to play most price that
are sensible.
ac.. Here is truly a Jungle Cranes, Black and WhiteS Registered nurses always on so much to be desired, yet so tem. Since wiring Is hidden in should be employed. Even many of any the game.tourists S. Coastal They Geodetic also have Charts U

where uncounted w a n, Macaws, Cockatoos, duty Occupational and physical hard to find. the walls its importance is Their business Is electrical can tell you about TUCKER'S Marine Paints ,.
Clod, colorful birds, from Peacocks, colorful and proud- therapy Complete RUTH WILHELM, R. N., often overlooked. Actually, wiring contract wiring for homes, motels SPORTING GOODS. They are Small boat, Sperry and Sail Topsiders boat
ry continent, roam un.d plus more than 14 varieties of treatment room.WILHELM'S owner, and ALVIN WILHELM, I is one of the most Import. commercial and industrial Official Bo Scout Headquart. Hardware
';, And the tiny, jewel-like wild ducks, waterfowl and NURSING Business Manager, give freelyof ant steps in building a home, concerns, but they are always ers, dealers) for Lionel Trains. Stop in ,at plus TUCKER'S accessories.State
L of lakes set against many other birds vie for your HOME is a member of American their own time and personal shop, or garage. I happy to make small repair headquarters for fishing & Pineapple Avenue Sarasota.Get .
,tropical and subtropical attention and Florida Nursing Home Interest. Art Gatz, the president, and and give "free estimates" any tackle and jns. This great ,
:drop of endless varieties The SARASOTA JUNGLE Associations Accredited 1507 S. Tuttle Avenue, Sara- employees with their knowledge time. firm is really in business for acquainted, look over their
Palm, royal palms, hibis-| GARDENS are located on U.S. Under Intensive Nursing Care sota Phones 9589794 or 9r)8- and experience can help Call I I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS your pleasure. wonderful selection In sporting
oleander bougainvillea, 41, 1 mile South of Ringling by National Council for Accreditation I you plan your wiring. Good INC., at 1819 N. They're always happy to goods. Call 958-1757 for further
'as, tropical' hardwoods, Museum on Bayshore Roadat of Nursing Homes. 2133, for more detailed Infor I wiring will help you enjoy economical East Ave., in Sarasota, Phone give out free and dependable Information.GINNY'S .
ha trees, bicdaf-paradise, Myrtle Street. Be sure to The Home is adjacent to a mation. and efficient use of 958.8445, nights 924-6855. No job
Iei'll and lush either your new or old home, too large or too small.
.. flowering see this world renowned beau. BRYD'S AUTO PARTS INC. FASHION FABRICS .,

e Photographers true, dream ty spot! Open 7:30: a.m. to dusk 24 Hour Wrecker Service Heavy Equipment PALMER FIRST NATIONAL BANK I "The Most Complete Fashion Fabric Shop In The South"Belts .[I

every day. Complete Body Repairing Auto Painting Auto Glass & TRUST COMPANY OF SARASOTA Buttons, Sew-On Monograms flowers, feathers, ornaments,
Laces, Trims-All Pat- veiling, maline, hat wire, sizing
Nationally Honord Gold Label Guarantee ar Bear Wheel Aligning, Axle and Frame Service Complet. Banking Services -. Wait-In, Drive-Up Windows terns Dress Fabrics' a gay glue, chicken wire, cape

LEW DE SERVICE "Call Byrd and Relax" is nit, Axle ana Frame straigntenmg. In the selection of "your cooperation to assist you In get- riot of colorful beauty, rivaled net and millinery fabrics .- :
I I more than just a slogan. Also wheel balancing bank," in choosing your bankIng Ing the greatest relations with only by the flowers In spring in fact, anything In millinery

__ :"Where Experience Really Pays Off!" Whether it Is just a minor re- and glass installing service.We connection, two matters of them. time. supplies.
'".1'' won' always' atop be- ods are entirely safe and prac- pair or need a first class paint know of no concern that prime importance arise: They This great bank, member of Liberty Lawns-Plain, Printed They're sincerely eager to
4 the mot. is overheated. tical. Member of National Au. job-t-or if you hpve the misfortune Is more fully equipped or better are safety and service.At the Federal Reserve System, and embroidered Moygashel, help you at Ginny'i and their
the carel*" driver will tomotive Radiator Assn. They of meeting with an accident prepared from the stand. PALMER FIRST NATIONAL and Sarasota' Oldest and Largest Irish Linens lightweight Mohair years of experience In this exacting .
"bSi.P5y. excessive re- issue Gold Label Guarantee! you have every confidence I- point of workmanship to be ,, you'll find both qualities Bank, welcomes the accounts pastels for spring Raw field is sure to work to
and ', already LEW DE MAR Is an expert in this reputable firm's able to turn out work of class in marked degree. of patrons seeking i Silk full line of plain and your advantage.No .
for repair job 2060 Harvard St. Call 958. management this bank has They have ample fund. to take line of fabrics ['
IIIcreased gas and oil because he Is doing a good job at a reasonable price. a complete pattern, what your choice in
conPtion. at reasonable price. Use good Byrd's are considered expertin 6922.Byrd's served this community faithfully care of good loans They also for sportswear, Including many materials, a stroll throughthe '
1' thrifty driver h" his judgment a drive your car, all phases of refinishing and Auto Parts, now at with the utmost security have a complete Trust Depart- mix and match fabrics, Crowns aisles at Gmny's Fashion I I t I
|,s radiator checked beforebIt truck or tractor into his shopat body work (wrecks a specialty the same location, have all for its depositors funds. They ment. The Trust Dept. asset, and veiling for brides all Fabrics will well repay you.
start. "'. "'Payioffperti 1464 Fourth St., in Sarasota.Let ). They are in a position to types of later model parts are a member of the Federal b now under their care and management this and more, shown bv the Call 958-3939 for any further In I : !
actualIr paYing him him check the little things be of the most valuable assistance available. Byrd's buy and sell Deposit Insurance Corporation. are in excess of 100 friendly I folk at GINNY'S formation. Better still, stop in '
-I thrifty he has this money that stop expensive repair to automobile owners ai wrecked cars. Come In or call As to service-you will find million dollars. FASHION FABRICS. at Ginny's Fashion Fabrics at
e by who work may stitch in time saves well as garage men at the lowest about new or good used car not only desirable banking ser Bank at Main & Central Stop in soon and see their 1548 Main St., between lemon
"\iOlly f a Tn -II U a use theHarrison nine bills.!""A Phones 958-7994 if no possible cost. parts at a big savings at vice at your convenience but Free parking; on First Street complete millinery supply de- and Orange Open Friday \\11

slog M6th045 Th_ meUl.- IAIWer, $88-1021. .- lIyrci'< do Beat Wlxeol Align Byrd'i, .. -, a iftftl ef willing cucdia PilOM S55-J141, s ..,. p&cLil3cD They bav frames, .Aiiht. 'LilIN / ,




""' ? AY. PUWAKY I'J. 't'4

PASEtr rerl -THE VEN'CE--- c GONDOLIER-..- .-- --Mrs. ftf'lfbl !.eC".a1r-- Mr and Kr, 3Ter.-'.. 1-:
: 3f Siaruv' "" T ere t". "r-t'' 'in' '. Psis. X T TheCevaJ 3lI' Court have bees Cllr and that r.tny MMrs. ,.
.V- Tawaj tScky Mataro
NPC Personals wi.--er of the ,:'ft,y ... : peie i:'aer.esta :f M-* : .a Oec30 piss, W Ita r tOr twO -Ja :y entera.amg RtitL I J-PIa Cm-!.. D.as a.d:
rented a :
Haley's Report I I m.. Sew:
Mfc and hate tl/: ; wjm 0Yw to
ICjn at :;.ie EpP'.&:!TI aa-a-ac* Aeaj T" hoot eo *. T
next for four wonderful
By MA1GCEUTE: rETEWOXM.i luau a Venice !taM west. -- cuM M Area. Da Graf. and* I.t two death| Ian
4 RUXTTSe I t' :he Watt from TortWayne :ion. Their currert: Iar
By KEP VMta i I -0- ],Ir. and Mr*. George Don :crt wets lieN Mn.aad LtC'&U"1 __
brated her wfcue they I
Ve-aone birthday an op.portnwty i vw
I Mr Howard Croaby and lid. Thai was 1
Nel.: (
Mr aad M.Staniey :
and .
:aest 'f F.i: Catro'Iuvrttra I .ouMfueata from were here daughter Nancy. tram St.LCKLM Mrs. Margaret Paai..rirother few cd: friends to Mr* Gilbert Eatcas
the rlting off of I I Rjchey FU M.-, Mabel Xkh3lj I -0- I Mo stopped by for a I K n out spent ih Caeuv* veecead Island campi ofi- of C art.* ,allllel. re- reminisce. MI' Graf; Ia as ot5c- tint Father Bert 'III
the water ...;p:y fir cur rata a former ajautaat pnacvpel NroJPO" Charlotte was "lSIt T.eaday afternoon with fort i> :Myer on Tie two couplet. tuned name la.I& week after sal of the Mifoarot Corp. foe- MTTV'
ae.nl te at Guac'tr- 8a"-1 ; of Detroit Pob;.e Sc: ooi.I. well prMeti at tilt South Dr. sad Mrt Terrence Peter ..ft Saturday moraine and retorted several months malt with her which Mr tX3a ago ..* Mr. and .'''If P'k.:
a,pe.rt to bYe been tad Mr*. Xicfaoa brother and Venice roU s. Tboee attadxst wo on East SaSord Terrace. I II tome !ta'e Saaday after daughter and famCy ta Pmt I formerly empk7ed. eN on Los Dio S rest .
act o< caU era'a prcvoatuar.Nat !hi* wife, M- and Mru Forest I from here were M:. tad Mrs. ; .,Inma.. Pat Pttateff tJnt.Mn. : w their houjetoMU Jf" t7oar
thaw outr.(At a..re Weed >Ia retired aoce. I They were [tad to !hen their cousin Mn.
Weed. Mr a Louis Carwen. )(r. tad Mr* Mr tea Mr*. Louis oetal ooBuIItrd Dutch from te h- City u
... taecubve of Swtft aad Co. taOueajo : George Guthrie. Mr 1J\dra.. I Street ire entertainmg I -0- Emery behost.t dau,ht t Dean aid !her rnfnend Gordy from Cfcarrbrr,.
It ta nooeJieieuid d.JttMzs1 Alter retime. bah LawrencSuUffea! Mn. Lillianasset. their .pttr. Mr* Seina: ACes and Hue Watt an *" Barber Cartwrgit hen Penn and Mho, Mary
"&.11 uBderhae plain: I I are maJdnc their home in NewPort l:, Mn Virgins BoWl Oasis. of Worth!e :'e wed for firm aad defm-rive I Rirtey MViehoU Ml.. I and1'1.. Vtnl tl. TraCey. Mr and Mr*, Hartley Payne friends Vr and Mr*. DeVall: vLrt -
'atat wtth the XnmLn'IMs
'. ttouhte-maktr ia the
'-iinkM* are sad, tor lkt
-'*t..r. all of s. WereranltpBr
; < It aiM .odarfaiMeBMd CENT r..;..<; :!.,- :rriiirifff---: :: ;:'.:.:..: Jrjr.'Z "C' I'1'-JIO'' orM '
a u.rcO "" $S.1ii 1SI'It
"e for" reufac! set er e
;. : aft ut the threat* at MTBamarUtn
: __..... I tat I
-'III fetr'jj.!. met the Prt2. *. TAB-TOP
'. < poa.'..on a tar cotrony Coffee:
'. hu been aefteuifTktf .
4 wrmea !e*> thM MV
OM after the shutdown of BUSCH BAVARIAN

wMr :ruses to the &aat Baw -
.. MM, and by the t:1Ie yea r I
:wrens .. rtnafii !Y what ,
awwld be s natty dsedcpaegportion 39c
i may hare cha* tabre p,cjrelot BEER lz.fans89c::

u thugs ... *t Otomoneat C
.t w uJd MelD to metht
the tine b4 OOBM stale -- --

any) to damp doer ta Ctnt **- rM. Cuba with! a tight sad ftIr -
liealy! effector* nrl (Md
err, t iT aeeeeaery) block***. I STORE HOCIR5: ''IIt -+< .....\. TJ'.1.L: : '.u..+ -" d71 ''j;. .

.aspect that wuh (uca aa a< 1 '.1'1. te 9 pj Moo rtty Frl;. ShorteningVENICE
ice on the pert of oar timiftrrtntioa 9 *.:w.. to 7 pjn. S.t.
CaJtre eetntnvouuwou
our au.on and ,..,.. STORE CMYUi DUPsocmcw.. Mm
.t Caantafiemo get thirety raPtle./eebwstt..65wT 31b. 29 C SAVE!
Mt.awh:':e. the State of hit 41 a SAN MAACO CR.
id* *to perfectly within tt* ri kMto Preserves Can JOe
ptaeacutiarthe Qot "fl h- ...., ? a-M
arm.," wbo teraded the ---- 3 u .. s 1003ge
.tat*'* water. sod I Mt nor vrt I9e-eiAou oooo m .k .
.*.. why either testate or 2"' '''- LWtn-cw.
Csick From ES 7 Pood
the federal oreromettt cbovldyield WTwa.vS to Aitap
1 't t t
"J n.
to Catro .

tactic> torn coocmm to a tubject them.T more Milk N w I IDe 799 Chck Drinks Lamb

ptee *nt, at last to me. I r iHVI2J t t t Legs
would like to tU you of aorrethtef <-Aj'GIFIJffCockJaiL 15 T1 .100
whirt haa taucaed ray GNLT '
be netrt f i. It Ia 1 ale diet "k* 5 303c..sIoo U.ltRfaee:
woo tocteth not iii.a hem W0 or
teB sot. her. it berth f. sad.w
aka.- Bvtt I hare ba honored T4ge OC ge.tGrA4t..Mea6.1 Rap Half 49 C

r by e horaif In an my omctal.nt horn tooled!\*for*- Salmon . =staaasaaddnP= Giant Dart P. P =JShank

tics., addressed to the BoueBdBfned 8AVI 'lOc-tMauTYM" ?

by afl a frf my eel- 2 ttoF 25e 5; ::: .s 49c two. Par
iMfia on the Inters and la- Catsup .. Half. 59c
near Affa.n C mrn.tta. I am
told that this U UDpI'teMtIIMd tAVf 45<-TH WTY MAO TOMATO

la Coat ret*. ;
A4 Cha.rmta ef the Indian Juice 5'1 :
.1 t
Affair Subcommittee. oae of 112Jc_TnUTY MAG CI1AM STYI "" IATH IAC.( ;>KAWK, Isis XXtO

my major*!fur;yenta nipontibUitio has been to, workout forever Corn 10'i s 'IMSA Bacon Is' 49* ;

" a and adequate arrtnfetneat ,
I to compeneate Juetly (112c- MUTTMAtAD L&OGI SWUTPeas. ..fJMIMlUOsuaD d
the Seaec Nation, when
treaty nhs were tol*!*d 8 ts10 Bacon 39"
when federal eoeetruetioa cf &. 1
the Kinzvaa Dam wiped oat s' II their AHecany Xaeerrttiao in 3o3fr ; //1 'ItSTRCSFAHEAAiISRYETdH ?
Hew York State. Beans WFaw I 10 M"
1 t. Sticks 79sCOfOAWJ
That touchy and
task complex: SAIII.c-'WSQ'14; I Pig to
wee completed u far *
committee action WM concetrvd .32n.Jw3 ge Sf 100 WNCHKK Cl ci: 1 f;
a few day ago I prepared Mayonnaise :;
led sitned the committee report Bologna. n 49CTAtNOVTS ;
to fee HOUM But tt ny SAY J5 6tU SCVTn f IAM.T ,

Bran**. when I read th fiMl lYA0M49C I WXOU HOG:: aAC3,IMS 0 FAn !
drag I found that my colleague Butter IrB.
*. meetfe behiM my .
S All< 6ct..a.r.t MAB TOMATO Sausage 63'
back had attached tt it taiftatement Eso c a. -
e .. ct "irtdhrldmtl Sauce 3 W-23' -
: .
TT* wiah to nenentte t3teatieac W-OltANDllS.CHOIttt Er
( sod uaderttanllafa t j;
a h o w by RtpreaanUBre P Pumpkin 2 25' *.awco U.S.CMOK1 OHtrlChuck I

Stoat A Haley. chairnefl :
y4 abeomtnir* on ladlan Af- clxi CAUM IAN CPi SAMON 1 P.
fain in punulnt the amt efJuftlot 59c (
for the Seneca Indian .29' 1
in their! negotiation with the PH1k! Roast &
: u
federal fovererreat: We com- : IOA
mead him for hit undtrieUafpr W.D EtAND Ui CHOtat*
Ter nc! in achieving! a Bread 2 41' -
felt settlement far the Seneca Steaks I. 79c
Nation in ai-cordtnce with our t
Arrtricta :dealt" W4! B2AND UA CHOKX tarnATI
I am dee":r touch'! and! SEAMmiGnaVA' :

Cratefx'. .r.d t:ao very proud blxtuTtctr1TftCW4fMMS Slew .&.It 1 ;;

Juice 4 'IM 1 Large
State Collects MESH FICZIM s..KT9Strawberries I
3 sib EGGS :

Record Taxes M

Jar.a-, .aks: and uae tax 2 li'I00 S
co:. .7'S f AlM O'JS! r.l KAOt 2doz-S1.00 PotatoesLR
Fonda totaled
t-c :n : : I

fcirory S23,Ml 304 of( ,the tr tax! highest ut the Fruit t Piestt.tt. 3 w *1 lwA5T01 .8!,:

The lncr t... which tapped' HOI N 1 1 -

the prcvioua record! high cf lat French Fries 4i $100 l lOAlRV "m '1JS< January by M 408/ .1T3. wiped
out the approximately $150040 '
defdt rf the talei and bee tax Plastic Ware FAlfSctotTomatoes D;
of collection estimates for the I*)
: 1 1Cheddar
K first six months of the current M* Ha lb. 23 2 3
'ItJi" Lseal period WSCOMSCI: hruts Sl rer Tr ir Ida

r", ii'1J' The increase over last Jantiary Cheese L 59c ': naSC9T9 49' n MOE NHtO
11 I
2302 ....
i was per cent and ,
I brought total col'ectiont!!'! for the WISCONSIN> t CWNK: MUINSTH Of 1 p Cabbage lb- 5
year to 1127! 027,447. an increase Brick Cheese.59c
of 111I.821.m. or 18 10 'APCYALLpUQti
:;'f per cent over the same period SUPUtUNO COHACI Thermos Jugs I''

last year Cheese z-w 55e i+t 29c Apples 5 49"
;f. "We lid tnH',",nn'H a sub} w- 16s. tha
tUatlal upsurge bat not taJ GOlD'N EOIY4 OIL 69''
I ret1!," Straufhn taid "Tbia FANCY YH1OWOnions SO
most favorable revenue total! Margarine OOc vet
I prov let the stage with a cuih. 539 3 g tl
.....r ..
v-,.' r -
lent po'f'?t any wei''neise io11NdotA4a rr1L.lr jSO -
t .
6 i that cor:.e, ..1:11: cod: develop EXTRA TOP YAWl STAMPS TWrJrTWrttr'O i't r /end.. M -'l1JJJJJ.'ll.... .. '!"."wmJ/llJ.JJmn .;r.JJJJlNPJUJN. St I
II n the u'i tax or etherpjrcei ..._... ... 50 KTIA TOP YAWS STAMPS ltrJ
'; of the jrrent durlrt f jf the:si re-:-.a."i-'er 1 c Meww lurpeei. d5.; p.i..r :" ae r_Ue...Fwd..tIwPWie W M.w..d M....0.tI -EXTIA..j.-TOP t ti VALUE<......STAMPS- a r yetr [ sites. ; $123a.r.dre..rrraso l I .: 89c4. Year JeIoctioII tIc.Iy togas"- 110.... eliMlRtMrlUe -
t l1at.M :: 905w : J'mu
J' ., eaerw a.eo.rc .+....CWo 5____ .. ........CWo 5__Yaw Wri 'l 1.Mere 89c. 'N
-...vw n..r.-II Yin ae earn __ etc raemessL -.. e.dalr wit eta err the a sate seat Yew .adadrs..aai dQ'I
< eGEtOw s !'t.f1'1'1frrr c-reed stet...ra..v u 0V.54 t-0 SE.-,Ii c-reed....a..-......If e.ww Yea VdNt.,5..a.5 ONI. na = IhA ,

i'' ; 1'1'fltrrftntllftrmrrrrr1'IJ.JJJJJJJJJJJIJP'I.J1J I
mttr'fft'ft1Q '
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.S.Me.wvtir.i.rArar.a STAMSVM brl
.. YeeKWIK Star .v.:;:r..w SaeTame. rAc = A..*M swee-.Pd..Y 1 rea steer, tI ffMVMtMrf r..riwr SO-EXTRA..._TOP.VALUE.......STAMPS- It{.
.x Mat' ,. : sin I" .. iMaimMiUTealldi 110IIHouto Prws.a Iond'
r- I e..4ldp....CWo ,_ Marra U.PIm I S&is, ':. s239ac 2fe5&
.I awed. ....eel...Ow 5 Ye..a.r ............ ) ..ie 2..7a.
< t Yra w v.d eel rr..r' 0.550cm,re q. Y.r, oat w rr 5 cwrorVw. -wr- ......e.Ye.....er.*e rac 5 dame r.ac late ..... r..CWo,___ k

CHEK STORE firmrmlt'tlrtllmrftl '-vda 0.U.q Ne 1!. ..rid rt.r.weep n ,. e-vrd netts.....Si : ass r:..cu::= II t,

U.S. Highway 41 end 'j ,f. u I rid ..ItIJa....,.. .. I UJ.! _. :; '_ br

San Marco Drive, Venice Itu.

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... TO T WOLWITh Duke University( gained 8Twns

,. i Overbrook Gardens (i, .1 paing, one more
than: their opponents, during

" 1.'f" .._ i--,: / .. ".'Rtf / the 1963 football season.

... "'- s--: .::::.--. """ By MARY E KROUPAMr. i

" '. ', ::-.:: "I 1 and Mrs. Clark Whitecomb Jr, daughter Christie and O)}

son Clark 3rd and Mrs. Martha Schumacher of 1305 Bureau

," Road, visited Mrs. Whitecomb's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs

... J. J. Johnson, in Sarasota Sunday. Mrs. Schumacher is from 1
.. .. Dearborn, Mich., and is here visiting her son-in-law and daugh -

1. I ter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brews Sr. in Englewood and her cItAtutp'rI.lEPWPLE

. _:granddaughter. Mrs. Clark
r-TvENICE 60NDOLIEK Huses For Sale Mobile Homes Boats For Sale Job wnitcomb and family at 1303 have other property. Mrs Mar. '
PrintingAll a:> -
Bureau Road. Mrs. Schumach.
CLASSIFIEDBATES GL'.'uLy: j Jf .,.LJ{ -. Nearly 10x48 FT: :- 'MODERN" TRAIL-' 2iCraft" I er Is 83 years young, flew here I Andrew tin Is a Jones.sister to Bailey; and I ., BECAUSE

.. new 2 btdroom 2 bath ER. 10x18 ft. utility room, MUST SELL : ."Rev. types of business and. by 'Jet and reported 'M enjoy. -0- OUKILLX0O
screened cabin stem personal
porch cruiser itatlonerj. cards, pissrds
patio carport 50x100 ft. lot. Private si,bd.vl. every minute of It. 55 ATE.D
utility with drapes Ion. 81 up head; tWin 13CI: 40 H.P. Ev. tickets, programs etc. We are happy to report Mrs
double antenna. Many Ice Hatchet Creek Rd Ven. Inrude "Lark' motors Loaded can ba printed for you quickly, -0- Joseph Machacek of Venlsota

*SK3" nllrsd.y Only 10
Editions 4645 for unusual buy. NEW AND USED: TRAILER cellent condition. Only $1,475. by year Florida hometown aon Alan returned to their confined In bed for a few more

I 15' to 60'. See New Moons. Fla. Phone 4884961. oewsptper. Eonlpped for :botbletterpress home in Fitchburg, Mass, by we.k*. W. wish! her a speedy
S1.50$ MUST SACRIFICE 2 bedrr.- Metro Models. H. J. sod offset, drilling, plane Monday. They have been recovery.
2 bath, custom.buUt] ri! ", sales, Nokomis Darlingto 58. I*-FT. INBOARD. 7J H.P. stapling, padding, etc. Let us house guests of Mr. and Mrs. -0-
11 i? word minimum; ) nnr beach. Central heat I 488.2608. Hwy. 41. Fh.I Valvo-Pinto. Hard top, pi)'. quote you on your next job. George Rettinger of 1949 Forked Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley

Addition"1 Words *ach 4e conditioning Fully moth, wood, fibreclass top and bo THE VENICE GONDOLIER Creek Drive for the past Bennett of Allen Street are en- iWinTIirw41
fD8-1301. torn. Tunnel stern, continue 11!.1M E. month. Mrs. Gaudet and Mrs
10' X 46' VINDALE ALUM Mslml Ave., tertrlnJnf as houseguesls. Mr l
rctai, both Piuridayd either forward or aft 12-in. Phone 4883125TIPPER Rettinger are sisters. Mrs
CASH GULF BEACr MUM 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, draft. Suitable for and W. Pierce from Zion
bay .
FRONT-3 Bd or gul
Monday Editioni 3 bath, airronditioned. Completely gas heat, lar.;a gas tank, wall Sacrifice 1600. Can ba finance -0- IU. .
fumjphcd. oven. Keh'inalor, sliding doors rt Phon 488-3187 Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kroupa of
S1.40 Exclusive 1 10- )
ration. 100x500, Seawailed. exceptional, closet) space and 1898 Neptune Drive entertain. ? J
No cabinets TV antenna, awnhs-, ed their son-in-law and daugh.
city tax. :
I |(12 word mf.itmuml) 4884006. By appointment only covered patio. Not now but repainted LegalIN ter Mr and Mrs. Harvey Steinof CUSTOMS [

Additional I Wnrdt each EeA and refurnished. Nice 1HB riHCIJIT COURT IN MID Wentworth Street last Sunday
VENICE GARDENS location and wonderful neIgh. FUR CHARLOTTE COUNTY. FLOR with a birthday dinner In
A:fit* Afl.Cap type .b. rleUn born Lot 150 or call at IDA IN CHANCERYc. honor of Mr. llJ:
office. Kroupa and Mr.
H ( rham e. II eon II Waterfront $$17,600 ".. IOU STOCK :
'lobo H..:- en*Inienlan Ineertlo*."lAareafter M eeat*. a 3 bedroom 2 tile baths, wash. I HARBOR LIGHTS. SUIT MORTGAGE TO FORECLOSE Stein's birthday. They both declared j ) Ii f
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"i ewrlee .h..... .. ..... .. er, dryer, drapes, lawn mow. PAUL O. RIDDLE and they were only 39.
... ., .... 0..11er PO. ADRIAN RIDDLE bu wife.
lor .oo er and extra Help WantedMALE -0-
...her .w ....11. .. ___ pump J-lalntiJf. FRAMES ,
toO for watering. Modern kitchen -- Mr and Mrs. S. L. Martin

"ONE EDITION Eith.. with eating space. Large fully OR FFMAT, for credit IWCENII GEkIRUDR: II:. K.DAVENPORT s.d who lived on Chadwick Drive

Improved nicely I landscap. manager. CcoJ starting aa bio wif., .t II, DAV&Io1POIIT. sold their home and moved to MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE
Thursday or Monday p.pvrPir ...........
ed lot fronting on wide paved ary with chance for advance. Clarksville, Term., where they
word street and ment. Retirement paid vacation SALE
overlooking wide
(Minimum 12 wordi) expanse of water. One of and other company benefits EDWAKU: I. GIKSON. th. underlined

:ASH DISCOUNT s% choice locations In Venice Age to qualify 30- 3 year area Special, dated MoO'February... piirauant.. 5004 to a and Final rendby De-- F&jPTLGCKU Venice, Florida E. L L PITMANCHURCH

Gardens. Apply W T. Grant Co. .... the, Circuit Court of Charlntt( DEPENDABLE !
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CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MYRON McGLYNN Realtor ARE YOU LOOKING forgood tbl'. tauao to undln' will .. HondaFabniur ,. DRY WALL STREET NOKOMISOne
One Edition par Inch $3.00 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 a 11 Hi. lu'l, durlni th. Iw.
: part-time or full-Urn boun of *al. and at ta. Front Door of "Going hunting with SERVICE Block N. E. of Railroad Cresting
Both! Edition par Inch $3.50 2 BEDROOM, completely fumshed Income in Part Sarasota Co. or Iht County Courtiouw I In So......, Sara PHONE 488.3393nmwmwwWowm.w.
tola Ca-sa,. Florida., Mil th. tollowln C. W. Curwood 4881330V.
Venice. i
Separate gara< Many Rawlelgh Deal- agrlbd property locaud In SarawU I younger boy? ,
All clanifiad ad payable In Warm Mineral Springs $10,500 era earn $2.50 and up per hour. Coast,. Florida, to-wltt 1 _! I
.st.blished! Write Rawlelgh Dept. FAA. Lota 1 and tl. Block 42. Unit U Teach .;
idnnca aicapt ussell-RUbv./ Margarita St., WAlSH MINERAL SPitING, him thtoA -
a pr.
.ec&m Phone 4281203. Inspection In 563 28, Memphis, Tenn. roplat of an .'.." plat of Unltataroiurh 81 I
vited.! 57. _dad In Plat Book 10. I
MALE paw HI and 12-A thnuih, 12-F. of tb" gun' not I toy.B. .
OR FEMALE Sale p.hlterdo of Straw .
FOR SALE man for Model Homes built ...'
I ADJUSTMENT by Sarasota ALSO Lot It. Block a:. Unit M lid THRU THERed
Lease-Corner. 1 block south leading County Lot 14, Block 42, Unit us. WARM MIN M Sad Jloclw
Raqiittti for( cancellation of Venice city limits US. 41. Builder. Venice Area. License IRAL SPRINGS .. per nplat of aamndfd I
or idjuitmant became of CB: 2 bath house originally de. not essential Phone 488-1474 or plat of Unit. M throuih IrottnM ? THE NATIONAL RIFLE(ASSOCIATION

rror mult b* mad. for signed for conversion and expansion 488.2528.WHITE. I-A Uinuirh la Plat 55.Book,. publla 10. pan retard tl,asJ of Estate I

Thnday Gondolier BEFORE to offices or other ...,. .sas County ALSO Lot .t, DiorJ ,
5 on Monday. For Mon- commercial use. Zoned d-A. FEMALE for general SPRINGS Urlt HI. WARM MiNERAL
fjn. u per plat tberaof rewrdodn !
d. Gondoll.r BEFORE Epj Realtors housework and cooking. Family Plat Book 10, p.... H. O-A sad :
y of two. Must have transportation t-B. p.bl'rdo' of SaraaoU County IJlII,1
*. e* ThuTeday. Byron 488-4706 Markl Ruth 488-1833.May Steady employment Ph. ALSO MINERAL Lou t SPRINGS and a. Block i SUBDIVISION"H" WARM : i Corner .

PHONE 48R.133, at prr plat th' .roof. ....rdtd I In Plat Boo
I. pan 64, of th. p.bll.rd.. of Sara.iota .
BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool County, Florida! to th" blghoit and IN YOUR '
488-3125 home. :2 bedrooms den Flor. Situation WantedRECEPTION.CL2RK. "bout bdd.nolle for. dated ea.hThto Fabnair .. IMi : YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOME

Ida room. 21x31 screened patio. at Punta GorJa tiorlila.ll I
Furnished if desired. Good fl. E-cperi- EnW Ar.D L. GFRSOy,
nincln enced. References. Phone Cn-cial Muter I. Chanorry.Khi AND LOT VALUES
2102 Georgia Ave.
En. ... ,clt. .. U. so. took
Real Estate lewood, Grov. City. 488-3361. I
A STEAL ON GULP' large lot nearly new 2 bedroom house IN BE Th !o'.'. of
100 ft. Gulf beach.! 3M ft. Can! handle on small down pay. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. kMILIC M. HILTON No. T41NOTICE
depth WIth dock on Bay. 2 bed. ment Phone 488-2307. Mondays, 8 p,m., St. Mark'i td. : TO CREDITOR Ii MODEL HOUSE I
torn, concrete block home Episcopal Church Pariah Hall. TO ALL CRBDITORS; AND OTHER!: In East Venice Downtown Venice
T.:i big 2 car garage. Use asa Call 488-4794
alee bam or convert to Inoma GOLDEN BEACH near gulf ar .kareby notified and ...qstosdia 3 Bedrooms 2 Beth City Water 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
<' or investment property. Two bedrooms, two baths Business Personals file any Ilalma or demand.. .btek J. W. MOORE Formica Kitchen Paved StreetCentrallyductad 50' I 120' Lot
,... may .ha.* again* th. ..,d ..ts..
Zoned RJ multiple use. Drasicallr I 30 foot Florida room I. th* vfflc. of the County Judi. o' PLUMBING CO. Carport S Utility Gal Heat TOTAL PRICE $10,90000
reduced iII_ C..a.,. FlorMa.. In th. Court.
for quick sale on 112 ft. corner lot. TYPEWRITERS and Adding bOON at Sarawta. Ionia. wilila ai.> Screened Porch Prepairecl for Air.
10> $P.500 only $3,700 cash no Machines (mechanically operated iSO) ealmdar month., from th. ..>* of arbor( LIghts On The Trail Corner Lot 85 150 conditioninq H. N. WIMMERS
loiinj cost*. Byron M. Mark 519 GULF STREET ) Chemically cleaned. th. finS publication of this' nolle*, Each PHONE 488-4450 REALTOR
.aim or d_..d niuat b* I In wrltln. *
Ii, Realtor. loon 8-4706.. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts : .. 221 W. Miami Ave.
1ft duplieat* and mu>t BtaU th* pi.
If reaulr>d. All makes Venice V.., _._,......R....'. .u.... _R'. v""rI__ ._...._._.. ,ft'.. GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT 483-5308
FOR SALK by owner First Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. th.JoIssa0sodssatb..w.'sstoblSwst.iw..n.. :
Mt For Sale h''. axent or hie attorney,, 4886413INTERESTED
local Apts. 438-8113.
on property 8 or It fill become void. accord it,, to lawE. .
Int payments monthly. Present G. BOONt, ASIS -- -
balance $4489.80. Address DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom, 1 1 Let us do your PAPERHANGING Executor: .
n. Haven A Inphordln
Box 801, Lake Worth, Fla. bath and 2 bedroom 2 bath, and painting. Reason- Florida Power A Light Bulldhx, : A GOOD BUY
furnished or partly furnished. ble. First-class work. Kroupa, v.t.. Florida.Attomeya a
488.M98 74-2550.. fur E<.... SALE City of Venice, Lot 75 x ISO
Lots For Sale PubU.li o-R 'uiI.aorT IM4. City; Water, Sewer and Pavement .

Rentals Dressmaking, alterations, dra- IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT perles, etc. reasonable 48$-1130 TWElFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLOK1DA
LOTS 18 and 17. Block 1648, IN AND *'OH IAUA OTA

Port Charlotte Subd. Re- ANDT I nm. V.f.rnl.hW s.b.h.a OOUN1Y. IN C...CHANCERY".. 11.101 55 Pontiac... $195 H. N. Wlmmers-Realtor FOR RENT
frictfd and zoned residential. ......, HI P.T HI.. With >ptl*. .. ..... w HE!:i pFTrnow ofI 4-Dr.-446D 2 Bedroom House (Unfurnished .
Telephone r NEWTON and
week days 438.5647.lghl8 HEWTON REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent ) In Venice Gardens.

and Sundays, 488-6342. MODERN FURNISHED 2 LUMBER CO. TO REBA NOTICE MAY': OF NEWTOW.Murfreeeboro. SUIT '54 Nash ........ $295 for Western Union Telegraph $95.00 per month

LOT 582 Venice Gardens. Price i teat rooma, cedar, bath.closets Central, electric ducted 1003 N. Washington Blvd. ",_ addra.. Tenneaeea) (I... known. 2Dr. Overdrive, original I Monday thru Friday 9 to 5: Saturday to I Martin S. Stancik

$.1850 Write Sarasota .. notified) that, the .5.*-
Walter Polskl You hereby paint. New tag-443D
kitchen. Adults. Yearly basis, CLOSED SUNDAYS
'15 73rd named. Petitioner) of 1821 Mound StowS, REALTOR S.
Ava., No.. St. Petersburg $60 month. Writ P. 0. Box II......... Florida, .han filed a PetitionIn "

Fla. 1302, Venice. ELLIOTT PAUL th of. .th_. *minor..)." ..children Court for named th. therein adoption 52 Chev ........ $3454Dr. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN.... Venice_ _4885443a_ r

yin i RUMTCS or urs, tore for I and yon at. required, to .10_ ..... Power Glide 'b .
JUin/ VEXlra !I4IVB88' HITP9U NICELY FURNISHED studio why. th' aam .hould not b* ranted by.owIsi ..
Original paint _
of written defenaaa -
NE(. LOU .. a oopy your
apartment for two, on Casey Alum. Window & Door If ..,. upon EVANS: THOMAS aBOYLSTON. Lovely 2 bedroom CB horn
for Petitioner., .
ELK INLET Key. Call 488-4648. Attorney 49 Ford ........... $95 ,
Setwalled prlv- Contract Roofing & Painting I. P. NEWTON and DORA D NEW.. with Fla. room, screened
I at. boat basins, .. Kilton TON. at P. O loa 1176. ....... Florida
E I.
MODERN FURNISHED, 4 Phone 488-2132 Venice' and by fllln th. vrldnal) thereof 2-Dr. New tag-441 NEW breeteway, carport, corner
I' Bayshore Drive Nokomis. rooms, bath, electric kitchen, with the Clerk ot Mid Court on or .5.. lot 120' x 100'. Landscaped.
duct for th' tot* day of Fob.....,.. 1984 : 59 Hillman 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME
central $295
KIVER LOT Ventc. Good for cedar closets, Auto For Sale Mherwla a Deer* may b* entered. ... Completely furnished including -
) acation cottage. Sacrifice heating. aircondltionlng. Adults ...I.ot yon (.rantln aald adoption.WITNESS Centrally Located stove, refrigerator washing
I .... of ..aidCourt Wagon New tag-434D
hand and
It Sl.5oo. Yearly basis, $110 month. Write my CITY WATER, SEWER AND PAVED STREETS
Call lawn
| 24-S484 Sara SACRIFICE, 1961 Chevrolet ., Eanaota County, Florida, thlal machine, mower,
Iota. P.O. Box 1302. Venice. tb day tI' January, A D IW4. 55 Pontiac $275 ate. Owner leaving. Said sell.
I Impala Convertible. Excellent W. A. WYNNE. ... $2,000 DOWN

SOUTH VENICE.!: 2 prime LEAN, ATTRACTIVE: duplex. condition. Full power. R. Clerh- Betty of the K ClowN Steer*. ConrtBy 04.Wr.-424D 10895.
ftomesitei near beach. Low- Furnished. 2 Bedrooms, Tile & H. No down payment. Phone eputy Ctrrk $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER
tit Electric kitchen, gas 88-4989 after 4-30: p.m. EVAN THOMAS BOYLSTON. 50 Ford H. P. HORN
prices. Bath. $95
Box 800. RL 1. Attorney* for Petition.. ..........
loOts Springs, Fla. heat. Carport. Lovely neighbor- Suit lOt Palmar Bank Bulldltv. FRANK C. RAEBURN REALTOR
hood. Citrus Highlands. Phone Misc. For Sale ......... FI'O5'I5.. / Ton Pid-Up-417
.bll.h'' 3.5. 55. 10. Fob. .. 15. 1"4 REALTOR

Houses For Sale 88-2785.. TRY DIADAX Tabltti (formerly I "52 G.M.C .... $195 251 W. Vanic Ave. Phones: 488-1600-488-2649 l PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIME

NICE ROOM, private entrance. I Deit-a-Diet). New U.S. 41 and Albae Rd.
;jj;; name, I I/I Ton Flat-411/ I .
I..M1.. 'or BOR. SUBURBAN Retire. .*...! I Reasonable 1033 Myrtle sCone formula. Only 98 cents. F- .
.,. .
h0 r.q UU) JACOBS l'Bj., MI-Hir I Ave., Venice. Phone after 12, I DIck Meadows Pharmacy. 50 G.M.C. .... $295
3-1856.. I -
NEW TWIN BEDS!: complete, dresser % Ton Pi .Up-406
J HOUSES DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS 2 .and mirror. Ideal for

with bedroom, 2 bath. City water baths, complete, by season oryear. boy'. room. Phone 4881856. 59 Chev ........ $495 EAST GATE

$11JW., .. Venice septic Gardens tank C.B.S.. 100 The Esplanade 488. NEW It USED GARAGE 2Dr. Wagon-838 [HOMES CHOICE LOTS

2 bedroom, 1 bath, city water 5698. EQUIPMENT. Min.; 85 feet wide

150 with! Septic tank. \.B.S., $11,- FOR RENTALSIn Hydraulic Jack& Lubrication "61 Ford ........ $795 SEE or CALL

"bedrooms Venice Gardens., J baths City Venice Area TRI-COUNTY Equipment EQUIPT.Repairs.Rd. CO. 500 Book, 2Dr.$1155-843 NADA IT'S' A HONEY FOR THE MONEY LARRY REDFORDAssoc..

500 and sewer. C.B,S., 12. Sec 1070 DeSotO ,
East "at. All with paved CHIPS JOHNSON Sarasota Fla. CHIPS JOHNSON
treeti. Phone 488-( 41J or 488- Realtor Call collect 3331240Found 56 Chev ........ $1954Dr. 3 BEDROOM HOME CITY OF VENICE Real Estate

Wagon-423D 306 W. Venice Av.
SOUTH- 306 W. Venice Ava. 488 2279 LARGE LOT, LARGE TREESI! Your own picnic grounds. Phone 4883609488.2241

VENICE 3 bedroom 2 FEMALE bull terrier WHEN it's '57 Chev ........ $295 City water and sewer Garbage Disposal, Automatic Water
1bsth, heated l. alrcondltioned. CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 FOUND
\ l3rp' home Owner. Tel. bedroom furnished house wearing collar but no 4-Dr. Wagon-817D Sourer, on paved street Bast section of town.

f8 ,. Screened porch. 488-1333, 4881151. tag.; Owner call Pete Conover, I time to MOVE LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN 1 WHETHER YOU'REBUYING

488.310. I "59 Ford ........ $395
HOME. 2 bed- You'll lit. our equipment, too BUY THIS $13 995
435 ,
OCk.000ii,i 1Vi baths, garage, Roomy moving vans special EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY OR

ilvi. Laurel RCSsonable Margaret zd moving tactl trained WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW! SELLINGYou're
Villa ilp. But our rates are modate. -
1'01\ ... Drop in and look us over
SALE North TODAY. Warm Mineral Springs Area
ort -

kd room Charlotte.!, CB Nearly construction.eJat new 1. MAINTENANCE MOTORS INC 3 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW! $400. Down. $67 Monthly
; -
and alrcon''Itioned. Load. Payment Including Interest and Principal.

Si extras' Tax free $3300i SUPPLIESANDEa501l Rombfer Dodge
V For further information LIGHTING CHIPS JOHNSON realtor

:.r 119 Aero Av*. 915, S. Tamiiml Trail I ,
BY ELECTRIC Inc. 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-2241
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lOent. Low down pay. VENICE, FLA. .."
a In Venice 2 bedroom I bath> Be.. & Coc rill Strt Phon* 4884794 I Branch Office at Kef/Motel, Phone 488-1695

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Defeats p.y.,.. 4.m. 44421os.1ev .
Faculty ----- --------
: -a. y. _.., r.. I- 'r \ all types of quality trucks
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'women fn.tr tfj S ba.. b.U! W e .4* T.4.. f& #"'JJ I
game Along with M-u: Piercy -. lR.,4x44'. ; peto; 00 f6llll11 roan.r .
Mn Chable. Mrs Dunn Mitt 4U'1. ,.. .. .-.q\\
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to tile Qua They were Miwluat. l>u. M ,
KIM .1__. and KIM tAST'.w totli R.eo;. $3' tI) I
1. 5 x44e W 1584
: itb. =:",: ftld. 9' X 12' PATIO RUG ............... S24.95 :
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a o* excitement the "old -. ",. =
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.' '\nn by defeating them W p.9'M f." y _

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thrill out nf the 'Bone. t. .
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The MO in tik* w for 'he CE TTER.
fame will I! be .wd:\ --. GAA pro- v: wrvrP m **4. tin I....

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P n 'eo aM ... R. t 264 So. Trail in Venice 488.2198
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Shuffle 'inners cfai inelTwo body sizes: 6% rid 6l

I H\':' .y I nd 127 inches. ;
I George Craver of New Jtr. II Bodyextends
r ,"y and Henr:.n E-..r.:1 .. '. I L
I ke defeated D.ck For a'P' "AIR CASTLES ARE FINE I ride yvith coil sprJns; l lftarifard

rw Lewis ofen!e. V -
Friday in the relY'ar hly ,,'"'.' : ,

fleboard pot-luck Cub at the %T'r.r:', *t S<-';:. t UNTIL YOU TRY TO MOVE IN!" 1 1 4 / t 1 1 / 4 '

members event .pertacipated .n :r' ( engine is230-cuin. six. A 292 six Or 283Vraiib

ake dreams | at extra cost Afso 4-wheel drive.
You can ttret'.n 'h'> w 45.15 your a reality

en WIth rhh con (4' .p B.,,.*..

the hamburgers on tx,.n dIn Jp' With a home designed and built .
a big ek..iet! 'hpn arid: t't
chili and let it !2.44' en". JUST A LITTLE BIT NICERBy

.hle the burger fn: .sh COqltJIIC. CHEVROLET



enjoyable GOLF

day of _TRY / "me Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

ADDED TOyOfAt /;, O --'


DAILY GREEN the ShamroeV ElvJ Entrance fo Venice Gardens


Jut Off see Ridq. Rd. P. O. Box 1014 Venice Florid
Seu i of S.r.to*.

U.S. 41 and Englewood Road Venice Phone 488.306J