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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Hospital Expansion Started: To Increase Cahadtu Bu More Than Half

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Constructon has started on
limlnary
the new $700,000 Venice Hos- 000 atilt 'la planning needed, In said the 300'-. area of the present hospital by parking area just south of the pital pharmacy and physiotherapy public lounge, treatment and vide the area with the neces-
addition which will current about one and one-half times existing hospital clos facilities"
pltal hInf building fund campaign. The building department. conference rooms. sary medical And
crease by more than Leach emphasized that new construction will extend ed.Dahl The ground-floor level also The new addition will increase he stressed his remarks by
again the present 70-bed capacity drive for funds Is still in the south 155 feet from the asked that nonambulatory will contain a doctors' lounge, the capacity of the hospital pointing to the ever-present I

gresl. "We hope to get Con-. feet present from structure The and west 135 patients begin using the elevators, Hospitality Shop, a to 110 bcds.Lonlrrange overcrowding during the winter *
siderable, Rialto to the rear emergency entrance lobby with about twice the call for
Groundwork for the new two. more in gifts," he north-south area plans season
40-bed addition was be. said. alley which bisectsthe which is reached by way of the of the present one, chapel, further expansion to the south "We have patient I on
story last week by Moore Con. Other members of the build The hospital property. alley behind the Worthington storage rooms for Hospital boundary of the property at stretchers right now," said the
has
gun struction Co. of St. Petersburg ing committee with Leach are the city agreed to vacate Apartments off Palermo Auxiliary equipment and sup Sovrano .Street and an addi- administrator, "waiting for
the general contractor Col D. R. Van Sickler, W. A. behind portion of the alley Place plies, and expanded telephone tional rise of two more floors beds to be vacated
the
Bramley and Mrs. Carl new addition in ex- First floor of the new addition switchboard facilities. for a 200.bed facility. Target date for completion at
Roy L. Leach, vice chairmanof Hamilton L. change for. a new eastwesteasement. will house hospital service The second floor will house "If we're going to keep up the present 40-bed addition is

the building committee and Kenneth A. Dahl, hospital arena such as central storage, patient care facilities with ac with the growth of the area," Dee. 1. Architects for( the new
the man who spearheaded administrator, said the Access from the Rialto medical records, medical library commodations for 40 beds, a said Dahl, "we're going to addition are Reynold, Smith
new (Trail side
much of the work on the pre. addition will increase \the floor ) already has been emergency suite, ex- fourth nurses' station. medication have to be in a constant building and Hills of Tampa and Jack
l' blocked off and \the former panded x-ray department, hos rooms, nursing: office, program in older to pro- sonville.
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1964 VENICE, FLORIDA PRICE 10 cents
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Show In Spotlight To Grants Hospital Aid I



The spotlight will be on Ven marked by a parade which
ice area business and industryand will include high school) bands

ea+ wekl their products at the first from Venice and nearby com V i' Hospital may receive
annual Home Show and Indus munities. The parade will step LJIk OW) m matching federal

trial Exhibition, now shapingup out at 2 p.m. Wednesday from $ r I under a grant from Hillm ,
for its Feb. 26 opening in the downtown area proceed 17 f help finance its new
the Ringling circus arena. east on Venice Avenue to the I 'oj I "ul, lotion now under conn .
Sponsored by the Venice Trail and on to the Home Show I I ust south of the pres-

Area Chamber of Commerce, headquarters in the circus are <,'II',' -I i ,tat building.
the show will run for four days ,, I
naThe T i nt on which the hose
i4id' through Saturday Feb 29. Ad- line of march also will tit i! l l bird. 'is yet to act, was I
mission will be free and enter- have beauty queens military a ''in"."K'rd Friday by the Flor-
tainment will be presented five color guard, an array of floats i'' 'm i iii',tpment Board. Maxim -
times daily. from civic organizations and Hill-Burton grant is 50
The show is designed to give dignitaries from the area, per rnnt of the total proposed
home owners new ideas, with along with decorated cars and cot' IUC, t lion cost
) something of interest lined up trucks from the various businesses (' ,,' ",if the new Venice Hosu I
a'J for nearly everybody. The exhibition of the area. .
S ,. I ,u ,l tion will run approx00 -
will be one of the big- In the show according to "
% $ 00.000, including the
wy ,Ab'O 'u jest and most colorful ever producer S. M. (Jim) Jimison u, i I'f dip/ neral contract, plus
J held on the Florida West Coast. will be sections for merchantsa I nt .t fees and other conn .

At"l Big Parade trade fair industrial disContinued I 1'O' An estimated $300.
Opening of the show will be ( on pace 2)) ion 1 1 s needed in the current

hl diC i fund drive. I
rtiia '1'\\ ,o iher Suncoast hospitals

Afternoon id i milar grants-in-aid
Sunday
I
.
fl m the Hill Burton funds.
s li i .i,rnj Memorial Hospitalis j
i "I I.llt, (i to receive $376.000 to
CONSTRUCTION BOSS Lew Stusak of the surveyor's transit as workmen m th( buck help with its planned $860000expansion
Talent Conteststhe Moore Construction Co, Tampa, general] contractors ground begin erecting the consi II ""w '-r mi\( I program Charlotte I
for the new $700,000 Venice Hospital for the project. Target/ date for completionof o
addition now underway sights through his the new 40.bed .Addition is Dec 1. (Continued on page 2))

The Jaycee-sponsored talent shows will be staged!! every
r' contests at the Gulf Theater Sunday '
tit will be changed from Wednes first-run An Alcoholic. By An AAKiwanians

Trust T- A day nights to Sunday afternoons The first .
_ beginning next week. petition
Now m their third week, the tween .
alcoholic but I not taking a drink for 24 hours that the Venice also runs ads in the personal
amateur talent shows for the
-.- contests drink 14 of A A. of about 40 meets column of the GONDOLIER
a m -- by taking one day at a time group
benefit of the Loveland School
i.J: L: j NKLE Bob Arnall) points to the spot on his for Retarded Children, were top mary spots. to the good work and by attending the weekly I oveiMonday night m the listing': the location of the meet.
I" by Alcoholics of the A.A Parish Hall of St. Mark's Episcopal ing place and giving a phone
meetings
8 90. :re ne was clipped by a stray shot-gun pellet The originally scheduled to run on The next
a visiting Kiwan- The speaker reminded the Church The local A.A. number alcoholics can call
weM :"oc,>t was one of eight people! injured in the freak successive Wednesday nights, again be The Monday meetings are
members at -
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:p lurr Thursday in through! April 29. the three ---- said buton
; night pirate torchlight parade Kiwanis Club open meetings, he
Beginning Feb. 23, however, peting in a {
3 (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Maggie Clampitt) Friday nights they have
eighth
who must of closed meetings in various

Half-Shot'-Bob 'Arnall Quips of compete on anonymous visitor in in ',, ,lumbers i II"'-, The homes object of for these members Fril .

talent Grand attended many I l,I(\ 'uituiga\ 1 is group) therapy
club's weekly u i d i (discussion" of mutual
week when
'I 1 MVGCIC CLAM PITTEWOOD felt something hit the terrified of ,: Early Wvnn's. 1 'i '..h'c l 111' Thus, by helping
gun I me screams a woman semi-finals s
I ; I lot's I h, 0'h r. plus a belief in a
He fact
is in a
near the right shoulder I realized just across the aisle and one prize, a $ r l I'I ,
( .. a 1 I' ritual power, A.A.'II
f "I of the West II p
am very this was the wadding and row behind me. motor
"' Kiwanis Club ,,,1' l 1 tll help alcoholics quitIn :
I
"pellet ,
hit me ". A bit of the fear he must Mercury ,
4t'!'' of the 11 -'
r action to his Chicago
," The "how" of Thursday have felt Thursday night seemed Marina of "' ,riff! the speaker de- .
I i j'' nee at Thurs-
I "'-,', ., !''ilicht parade night's near-tragedy Is now to reflect in Bob's eyes cury alcoholism as a (Continued on page 2)) r
t being thoroughly investigatedby "She was covered with blood; be $50 in
'' one of quiet her neck, her arms and her $2.1.' consisting of 1
the Tampa police They
""l a .. mental 01>-
(iv wife and I Winners
'i ; enjoying theo want to know how and why a stomach had been peppered"28 contest lack the I Mighty Racket .
Intermingled times with shot gun pellets
live shotgun shell became
fi the that
4 'our seat in the Venice with facts .
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with the blanks. Unaware Hit .
nd to million
seven
n two men with da

I '-: ;non appeared Arnall of Arnall's the owner I.G.A.and Food opera-liner in a baton- country and F h2t : By NPC Siren '
tie about to shout warningto tor 14 people who (
J big floats, was a Ruth Ann
tt 1 ;1 they shot the the 'gunmen' when I heard (Continued on page 2) with a is destined to j I
\trM' ,' PORT CHARLOTTEI
I Drinker' I I 1 Ii 1\'P a powerful warn-
----- an alcoholic as 'H r n. -, 'n 1 hire now and you
k Instant taking one drink j n I p''ii it by a lot of peo.

r ?ahrY months.'I'm how far he will pir: 'I"t I ,t it gives out loud and

\ i What's physical- this com is ''T'H' : surplus siren got

,
r it*, Ill" workout last Wednes
Liquid
}hen Mayor FlaviusW
that makes a r \\
ton .
,
an alcoholic" d pr sand the button for'ivt'inute

plastic snip-off "is if he II christening blast j
It 'n 11I'
and daily
Izer In a '
These problems come It .1? heard for miles
.. new food all have he / {, I' art, md and startled motorists
the as an escape' 5 h r "in U S 41 braked to a crawl.
on
home the alcoholic has Snow who heard the familiar
with the the point of : 'DcTriton"i warnings in
J Extension usually turns I | W, -1,1' 1 War II. must havetboujll
An church and oth they were in the mid-

and ,array j die if another
white .t.ttA1P' After Mayor Wood's two-

barbecue there is only ta minuti c'liislemng blast. Civil
\ en call up the A.A. ) ''O f.n", "e Director Lee Oldham

O and types A.A. can help, took over and gave a demon-
; if the
4 will bring have a genu- r n standard na-
fir ," he added. ti nab i civil 1 defense signalsTh .
"push-up" he starts In by I : 0' nr'ude' one long blastto
r' Lemon : kra i ni'v the blue alert, oscil-
containers a + ling: w.,113 which mean takeover '.
NI and fish Item (' < and one three-minute .
blast to indicate the all-clear

./ i- a able.The Meet At Wednesday's ceremony,
Mayor Wood expressed ap-
food will
q NSN hE S1A'E of of special XIBST PLACE WINNERS IN THE 5th Annual Talent Show preciitbn to the city commission -
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( ers Another members at Venice Elementary School were Mike Hmklcv. left, and and to Hubert McKibben,
iS I product In I Area Board of Mike Hulsbeck. They performed a "Man on the Street" skit civil defense communications
teurired made at the with Hinkley serving as the newscaster and Hulsbeck portraying officer and president of the
tain I ( meeting tomor the many persons who were interviewed following the ar- board of directors of the North
'EBODY: ; Cockrl1lS'Aere ford with a sense of humor or one who just qualities much or : : rival of a space ship on the Planet Earth Hulsbeck capped Port Fire Department; Fire
GOOFED Th Paul l didn't care. The topsy-turvy tag was issuedto peaches will be at 8 p.m. his performance by assuming the Identity of the occupant of Chief Doe Hendrickson and
,. al'ln't! Issued this upside-down license the Cockrills, probably inadvertently: by I under room, Sara. the space craft. Second place went to Susan Edwards, Peggy Police Chief Alfred J. Sendkerfor
fOr the exactly lure whom they should Sarasota County Tax Collector Miss Charlie long as 30 I & Loan ; Arone and Donna Erb, who danced an 'Irish Jle their efforts in obtaining ,
'yen. that It boo.boo. They're almost sure, Hagerman. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Dillon) Assn. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob OLondorf) the siren. I

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ATTENTION 1ST -"Yr..R1 CITY HOM SHO..W WINTER RINGLING QUARTERS BROS. ', :


0'si MORE TO SEE IN '64 I I /Wi/ce
rfuran ,Wo/eio/eri/ / ReroM.rctanri;/ ANNUAL For Space Call' 483-4106'

'1 Admission, Door Prizes, Eentert.lnment. FEBRUARY 26 TO FEBRUARY 29 OPEN 2:00: P.M. TO 10:00: P.M. Sponsored! by Venice Area Chamber of Commerce ''I'Iv

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on the grounds of a McCall] Cory, Pa, Mrs Elsie Welge : WITH PAT BANG HO IEINDUSTRIAL
. Obituaries Road apartment house which,I of Houghton N. Y. and Mrs Cape Haze Man

he recently purchased. Vivian Legters of Findlay

MRS. JEVME BEAVERS He had been a winter resident Lake N. Y.ServIce. SHOW
CLARENCE BANGS since 1945 and a permanent were conducted by Banging It Out
Mrs Jennie Beavers 71, of After
Clarence Bangs, 87, winter Charged
a
Route 1, Englewood died Fri residence since 1959 He The Rev Addison G Hardeeof (Continued from pan it
visitor from Mass.
Barnstable
Venice was born in Davenport Iowa Englewood Methodist plays boats, cart, L
day at HospitalShe IIIobi1a
for the past two months diedTtaer'sdey native of Indiana and came to Englewood from Church Saturday at Rawles homes displays by horn bIuJ6.
'home.at a local convalescent and came was here a six weeks ago Fillmore N Y. Funeral Home Chapel Englewood 2-Car AccidentA About EnglewoodA en, travel, recreation iflrfT"*?

on a visit from her home in Mr. Paulsen, a retired farmer Burial in Gulf Fines by exhibits.Entertainment.
He realtor In Barn-
was a Elwood IndSurvivors was associated with Don Memorial Park.Summer Haze resident fasel win 1neI""".
43 year-old Cape Was
stable His Winchester and stopped.
birthplace was Street
Basel Real Estate Co. in A car pulled up on Mango hand balancing act |
local
include K
Martin Valentine
a
son. -
unexpected
got an trunk
Mass in the
because there a large cage open
Englewood.He rated was andA ent and style shows, With, J
Beavers of Elwood Fri.
There are no immediate survivors ; a Day and birthday gift and having a very happy
was a member of Englewood Program : monkey was playing grams at 2:30: and a3Q; T
daughter, Mrs Thurea Lou day night when his car crashed and lawn to the front w Oa
Methodist Church Oriona man got out and walked over the ditches afternoon, and T,JO 7
Reed of Anderson Ind. vehicle in frontof 8.30
Services will be held in Brew- ; a into a parked the front door >*
Bob Scott. Opened
Lodge 229, F&AM. in Fillmoreand door was so surprised to see 9:30: In the evening.The .
brother Hershel Kinsey of the Tami-
Lanes
ster, Mass, today with burialin Myakka on wanted to use thephone
and in he walks, he had run out of gas, ot
a member of Englewood list exhibitor
Brewster Cemetery. Rawles Texas; two sisters, Mrs Fern Under DiscussionBy ami Trail. to daft
Funeral Home was in chargeof Terwilliger of Elwood and Mrs Chamber of Commerce According to the police re- he was on his way to all ministers on It before we Includes!
local arrangements.. Irene Pederson of Elmhurst, Survivors include his widow, port, Robert W. Herren, who the Englewood School, where speak of it. If they approve, R. L. Anderson Inc., ekes
Ill, ; and four grandchildren. Mrs. Edith Paulsen; two sons, was born Feb. 14, 1920, was they were having a pet show If not cal contractors.
-.. --......... ....- Beverley Paulsen and Donald E'wood Post fine. DO. Adam & Houser
Funeral services and burial driving north on the Trail and The phone he called was out of ..o- Ranlwit
ALLEN will be in Elwood. Rawles Funeral Paulsen both of Fillmore; a lost control of his auto and It order so he had to walk back of the Saramans <. Bestway Sale, radio and'IBritton' \'
Convalescent and Home was in charge of daughter Mrs Camilla Le- ENGLEWOOD Preliminary struck a pickup owned by We watched the monkey until To an members Pioneers House! of Funullut
local arrangements monde of Englewood, a broth. plans for the summer pro- Jaime H. Miller, 72, Box 30:%: he returned with the gas He Telephone Show Burcal Custom Flirnroyi
Nursing Home er Harry Paulsen of Pike N. the third annual Hobby Specialists.
gram activities will be discussed NokomisHerren was a honey .
24 Hour Hurting Service HERMAN: PAtLSLXHerman Y., and five sisters Mrs Ann at the regular meetingof suffered cuts and -.0- will be held Feb. 21 at Odd Fellows Carpet Center.
Paulson 64, of 292 Jsgeacks of South Venice, Mrs. Hall in Sarasota 1 to 4 Water
Phone Venice 488 rOS the Englewood American bruises and was given first aid Mrs. Helen Burnett of Englewood Culligsn Condition
+ Car PONCS Dl LION 1VS. Magnolia, Englewood, died Hilda' Phillips of Buffalo N. Legion Post to be held tonight at the hospital and released. housegue p.m. The Hobbies are painting Cam-Pact Company (
have
will a Camp
--- .. Wednesday as he was working Y., Mrs Marie Donaldson of, with Post Commander Clark He was charged with failure to around the 15th. Mrs. John K. drawing, etchingsculpture in the, en.

f ... .r .AiLl.U'f'J t__.. .Jo In clay
On the agenda for discussionand Damage to the Herren auto Mass arts. cus restaurant.
lework leather, metal, glass,
action are the annual was estimated at S32S and to -0- Ringling Winter Home
'-we, Legion anniversary celebration the Miller vehicle $250 Mr and Mrs. John Young on plastic crocheting jewelry,, Cleven er'. Awnings
uiI 54b Collections stamps
Community Easter Sun Patrolman Bill Fann Invest I Cowles Street had Grace's si.. coins shells., curios, china-, autographs First National Bank of Vg
rise service, Memorial Day gated. I ter Virginia and her husband historical items. ice.
observation and other Legion Sam Barbee from Arcadia W, T. Grant store
; The State Hobby Show will be
Gulf Tile of Venice
activites. HALFSHOT'Continued don for three days and every
1and
held in Clearwater on May
Social program chairman I minute of these days it rained.0 Green's Fuel of Florida,
Legionnaire Hleginbotham: announces ( from page 1)) 2. The Brorein Council will Gulf Liner Marine.
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that he has arrangedfor In Englewood was not aware The Elsie Quirk Library Discussion hold a show in April. The Blue The GONDOLIER.
an outstanding "social he had been hit in the ankle I Group met last Thursday Ribbon winners from all coun- Heintr Fabrics

hour" program to follow the until after the police arrived. ( with Rev. WHam Huntsman cil shows are eligible in the Home Builders Assn. of T.
; post business session with a The grocer was full of praise J moderator and Dr Harry I, state show. Keep this in mind Ice.

is 'wItho hom $ v colored slide travelogue and a for the Tampa Police Depart I Ia Becker of Cape Haze as guestpeakeI' -o- H & H Sales Ine.
delectable buffet luncheon. ment. Read in a science magazine, Lillian's Dress
.. I! The topic: "The Increasing Shops
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rr.. ma.., A .. AAAA 11 that the is entering two-
AS is customary, an sojourning 3 V" "" "v Cost of Health," was sun a Littrell Concrete Co.
legionnaires are invited seconds after they heard the covered thoroughly from the year ph.se'ery minor sunspots The Men's Shop.
% to attend the meeting and scream. It took only a coupleof early 1900s to the present. or disturbances so here's Morton & Hall Inc
u ..Sarasota i social as guests of the comrades minutes to notify the standby hoping we have two good yearsto Na-Mack Ceramics
The Discussion
r of Lemon Bay Post. ambulance at the Islraround to the public meets Group the, open last balance the past two we Niagara of Sarasota.
Sr. Vice Commander Ben : that an emergency ex have had. Orange Lumber Co.
i Thursday of each month at 7:30:
Lane, membership chairman sted Even so, some time ",as I -0- Retty Electronics,
p.m. Quest speaker will be Mr.p.m .
will report on the achievementof lost as the calls for the ambu Guest speaker will be Mr'Our The Home Economics Demonstration Ralph's Ansa-Fone Service
the in its 1994 lance were drowned in cheer I
post mem- Inherited Animal In had their big display Roger's Electronics.
bership campaign. which greeted the arrival of status." at the Lemon Bay Worn Sears Roebuck It Co.
Dance Chairman Bill Schultz one of the huge floats at the last
an's Club, Tuesday. Cars Superior Heating & Cooti
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The nomination committee
will report on the arrangements north end of the grandstandArnall lined up on both sides of Cocoa- Sun Paint Company.
for the Washington Eve I related. this year are Mrs Robert Wulf. nut Street from McCall to Man. Southern Insulation Co.
community dance to be conducted Arnall said it was the firs* tog Mr. Cecil Duff-Stevens,
go. The pine needlework was Servisoft Water Conditionijj
lime he and Mrs Arnall had and the Rev William Huntsman (
by the legionnaires on
out of this world even to lampshades Robinson Industries
d! Friday night, February 21st.Chult.z attended one of the night extravaganzas The annual( meeting and The shell plaques were Tamlamf Amateur Ri
and despite the election of officers will be held
.4 idw ; requests that legion. unusually attractive, as was Club
; relies make returns for dance unpleasant encounter with the Monday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m.
the jewelry. Lovely corsages Taylor Hardware Putt ta(
ticket at Monday nights miniature cannon seemed quite -0- made from the bark of the Venice-Nokomis Bank.
meeting He urges the legion impressed with the whole performance Had two very pleasant Inqul. and
punk tree bags and pocket. Venice Mower Sales Se
p this
nil week. One by phone
laires to organize parties for books made of
alligator. vice.
Everyone U 'looting for ways to save money on' the dance at reserved tablesRed" Emergency Room and the other by letter. The had a few tea tables where They Venice Camera Shop.
He also found the one by phone we handled right
their new home With a low service charge. low I a West Coast Landstrum's combo wil popular provide room at Tampa General emergency Hospital may. This lady called asking they had a social hour of tea Venice Travel Bureau.VeniceEnglewood

Interest rate and a Modern Open.End Mortgage, t- ,-ha; : modern and old time dance a fascinating experience. If we knew any organization and Elephant cake. Table There, and was anything a White Assn Coenxtoorgists -
"While we were waiting (eight or group interested in collec
Sarasota Federal cm save you money on your lumbers for young and old. left unsold was to be donatedto Venice Boat & Mot Inc.
people tion of handcraft
were injured) the staff things frol1'lnearly
home financing now and for years to come When a s handled a knifing, a shooting every state in the Un church rummage in the near West Coast Water Conditu

you find the home of your choice, stop In and s, 1 victims from two auto accidents ion. These people were friends future. ing.Walker's.
jfl Elferdlnk's of Osprey and gave of the gal who was calling. She Hardware.
l learn how emergency
our horns financing etperii can help a treatment to two children, one didn't even know their namesut Dr. and Mrs H. r. Lewis of Venice Navy League CaaatS
you save money. W $100,000 Liquidation Sale. of whom had swallowed something I in a trailer they have been Appleton Wis, were entertain- Lazy Susan Flower Shop,,
{* |] l'P TO 49% OFF kids sren't supposed to out since last May and were "d d by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ron.Del's Lamp It Shi
Rf swallow I never realized how till going on. Told her to call I Lewis in South Venice Dr. Shop.
ARASTA loin. I Lewis is an elder brother of Venice Nokomis Tridiii
DC Qt many problems they must Pearly Johnson and sure
handle." rough she was interested Shewill I Ralph. He is also dean emeritus Poet
t: of the Institute of Paper First Federal Savings
At this
point a sollcitious cus. give this person a booth
savings and loan association tomer hurried over to inquire and let her display and man it (Chemistry, which is connected Loan.
if Bob was "all rlah." She had in the next Hobby Club meeting with the Lawrence College in Webster Nurseries Ine
VENICE lfef Problems seen the Arnalls leave for their at the Woman's Club Shall J Appleton American Cancer Society.

A* Near evening in Tampa and expressed 'go and see it then tell you -0- 'Venice Shrine Club
446 So. Tamiami Trail her shock and concern when about it Alys and Joyce Arnall of Venice Lodge B.P.0. Eh

ihe heard a news telecast slating The letter will take little North Broadway, spent the No-Vel American Legion!
DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE STICKNEY POINT he was one of the victims more time Want to interview a weekend with their aunt and Loveland Retarded QM-
171$ Main Street So Trail at Bee Ridge Rd. So. Trail at "I heard you were shot" she uncle, Mr and Mrs. C. West of rests School.

Sticlmty Point Rd \ '>egan. No, jut half.shot," Orange Trailer Park in Sara. Venice Boy Snouts
Job quipped with a twinkle in sot a. Venice Girl Scouts
BPW Card
YOUR 1964 DESK CALENDARS ARE AVAILABLE his eye. Party -0- r.: It E Associates

PICK ONE UP AT THE OFFICE NEAREST YOU Englewood had its first community Coast Guard Auxiliary.
.."'., concert last night at Tamiaml Memorial VT
f..J/ ... ______"'___... _. .) ) THE BEST Wednesday the Englewood<< Elementary Post
l School.
FOR LESS The musicians were White Cement Specialty
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Call: by Venice Area Business ) I Wern, Sucott Morris and 3rd District WTO l
rI&1um:.T*" HUGH and Professional Wom Harold[ Taylor violins; Jack

! FIRST & FINEST IN "eot1i WUT McPHERSON en's Club will be held Wed- Telfer Shields, and French Vernon horn; Harold Confab Held Here

nesday at 7:30: p.m. at Venice Breltreutz
P59-140 488 6567BOB'S Civic Center. clarinets; Paul Webinga p|. Officers of the 3rd Dittnr

Mr. Irene ano; Ray Scott, drums; and di. Veterans of World War I, if

SHOPPING AREA VENICE charge. Proceeds Shockey will be Is used In rector The Williams one-hour, trumpet here recently in a special-
TILE in-
CO. for the club's civic projects, program lion called by DepaiW
eluded the "C-4 March" Robin
which include Teen Commander William
Owner Haven,
Children's Prir.." from Han The conclave, attended bT :'
South
ROBERT REA for Sarasota County Assn eel and Gretel, "Lady Betty district officers, was held *
Retarded
Children and
"
OWNTOWN a Overture "DeMolay Com- the Italian Villa.Comm.nder .
ENICE Ceramic tile bathrooms, scholarship fund. mandry March Robinson Ion (

kitchens and sills All kinds of card games will There also were several vocal the chain of command 51

Marble bathrooms and sills be played Prizes will Be soloists. and a group of reported the proper proctAr<

Quarry-Slate awarded and refreshments will slng-alonf1' tunes for audience to follow in cane of oomph
thrifty shoppers take be served. A donation of $1 participation.
please against barracks officers
note. NO JOB TOO SMALL will be requested.Tickets This was
an Idea
Work Guaranteed chamber by the The correct way to fill <"
mar be obtained at of commerce. Many application and B-I formi
PHONE NA 5-7297 Dick and Meadows Rexall months ago they started working th topic of Department Q+'
YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER DOWNTOWN! Port Charlotte Drug Store on West Venice on the program. The admix ermaster Arch Maclntyr >
_, Ave or at the door. lion was free. partment Adjutant Albert HUman .

spoke on publicity II"
...;.., _
letter.wnUIII'Conreaarnen.
'""' ''' urged more
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MEMBER
TALKS
lk DICK & MEADOWS .
PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP K 3. ..r-'s. gmj Ji] (Continued from page J) A report on the number t
deaths in the department
TUSSEY CLEANSING CREAM I MEN'S SHIRTS . . . . $5 to $5.95 scribed Alcoholics Anonymous: made by Department Cn.f*! ""

Reg. $3.50 . . . . . NOW $2 Stripes Stripes STRIPES range as a fellowship of menwomn and Raymond Phillips, wlu I
who share their exper brief report on the 5th

I 231 W Venice Ave 488-4776 Medical Canter, Bldg. s1ate LUMBER "t iences, strength and hope with Met blood bank and W f
225 W. Venice Av.. ill'
438-1620 a?? each other that nanclal condition was I''
-- ........... COHPANYMr. 9eae4asrs.a they m.rsolve v>
.....' their common problem and by Commander Robinson
t VENICE OFFICE help others to recover from district commander also i
I MACHINES
CO.
g
*
I. SHRODE JEWELRY Remodeling alcoholism. ported on a weeklongvisi

I I, AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings says a Only Requirement the nation's ctpltol.

Sales' Service Supplies We Repair All Males I Watchet Silverware, Jewelry' "The only requirement formembel'1lhJp The meeting was;Venice' coed,r

Stuart Marriclt, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair is a desire to stop, by Arthur Jones of

135 W. Miami Av,. 488-2473 W Venice' Ave 488-311 drinking, he added "Thereare District commander.
t:: no dues Or fees for A.A.
..... membership; and A.A.
tl -- is not

.: TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF Now THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN { allied nation,with political any group sect,, denoml-organsation !- HOSPITAL GRANTCODtlJlaaed

Aluminum or Metal MAIL BOXES as low as $3.15 Mutiny On Showing The Bounty Showing CHB5H! ) 1 The or A.A.institution. ( from pare 1))
t does not wish to **

f I alto Alphabets Mail Box for Stand's Your Name Starring Fridty MARLON and Saturday BRANDOAluminum I Monday The ,Green February Escape 17 engage neither does in any it endorse controversy or op\; home County$237,900 construction.A for Hospital its 8475,000.will nunW ret I

PAT with
BOONE
; In pose any Our es
cause primary also !
213 W. Venice Ave 483-4909 vew// Canary STEVE McQUEEN BULGING WALLS? purpose is to stay grant of $330,000 *>
sober
......... and given for a planned $2 i*
I ...
1[ help other alcoholics
-... __ __ Enclose Your to achieve general hospital for childrw'St.
Screen "
i : k VENICE TILE & FLOORS Porch sobriety Petersburg. Mound park*
The
speaker was Introduced **
Welcome To Or Carport St. Petersburg, will ft
"
by Program Chairman Joe $200,000 to add 78 beds te *\
CARPETS VINYL FLOORS VENICE No with Farle,..
] SEED & FEED STORE worm ORANGE STATE'S psychiatric wing. __

FLEXALUM SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER ONE STOP SERVICE

311 W Venice Ave. 488-1117 248 W, Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457 / Q'cr Materials;-

& -- '"'--_. ilia / Reliable Service

"I VENICE STATIONERS: / Experienced Workmanship


,J OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES JIM WRIGHT'S / Prompt courteous attention Small Orgti S.mc.
"- Up to 7 jr. financing
\ Typewriters, Adding Machine (Mechanically Operated) .

1 Chemically Cleaned Just SHIRTS SLAX
$12.50 Plus Parts If Required 4884690I
state lumber
211 W. Venice Ave 488-4113 121 W. Venice Ave. w range ca.Ci .
488.3080 108]1& AIt.,S.H<* /BO*,** /CIIIIar *.,,. 48-fee. Service
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FEBRUARY 17, 19" ''PAS;
MONDAYF
THE VENICE 1 GONDOLIER 1 -

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McKinneys' Kin With VHS CastMouse' Overbrook GardensBy II VENICE MOVIE LCG' i I



Leave CyprusMr. To OpenAtVLTMarch4 MARY E KROUPA"It III...GULF.' Tan ".THEATRE......, f*. It-M DRIVE-IN TROPICAL THEATRE

I of Mvlm' II..... .In a 5.ir.. If_ Oft nS &III
Horace Krider
Mr.
la to nice to be home, reports
9 and Mrs. Samuel Me- 4 4"Th. 1985 Fairview Dr Mr. Krider has been confined In the Venice "MUTINT ON TRI BOl'NTT"' 5'E5 CAB I

Kinney of Darling Drive have I Hospital for a few weeki. We wish him a speedy recovery, Lad Times Mo, Feb. 17
received a cable from( their Mouse That Roared," and are happy to ice him home.
son-in-law, Thomas Lee O'Con- the play to be presented by the -0- FHtor-IUteriir! F... It-It "THE GREAT ESCAPE"With
ner, that the McKinney' Senior class of Venice High Mr and Mri. A. J. Maain of 1425 St. Clair Rd entertainedwith YELLOW CANAHT- Steve MeOuee aid
daughter, Tatlana, and their School, on March 4-7 at the a dinner party Monday evening. Those present were Mr. wish PM BOOM and B.rc.rm M .. James Garner
grandson, Kevin Kemal have Venice Little Theater is shap
and Mrs Joseph Robbins Mr.
been evacuated to Beirut tog up rapidly built on Crest Avenue. We hear
and Mrs. Bennett and
O'Conner, a. side !in the It is now in rehearsal at the Wesley the new residents will be Mr.
American Embassy In Cyprus high school but will soon moveto their guests, Mr. and Mri. W. and Mrs. Allen Truran of Pitts-
Pierce of Zion 111. MORE PEOPLE ARE READING
is remaining at his post for the Ltttl Theatre so the cast field, Mass. We are always
-I: the present but has already can get used to acting: on a -a- happy to see new residents AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER
Mri. David
Mr and of
Brown
DAVE'S DIATRIBEBy I been assigned to New Delhi, real stage. come in. I
India. Belvedere, 111, arrived Tutsday -
The seniors will more In and -o-
to enjoy the hospitality of
DUFFY LEWIS Mrs. O'Conner and Kevin take over the theatre and all Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh
Mr. and Mn. Bennett
Good reports are given by travelers to this resort although Kemal are due to leave for Its operations for the week of on Alien Street Wesley for a few days. of 1941 Fairview Dr. are entertaining YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn
friends do not enjoy the United States before March March 17.
strangely enough travelogues from those Opening night is Before going to the Bennetts as a houseguest this
who have made the trips. You doubtless have met these 10, O'Conner said, and will March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Brown stoppedby week, Mrs. Don Aceto of New Auto Insurance
voyagers who give glowing accounts Of the cruise ship! Egomania Immediately come to Veniceto The seniors today expressed' Mr and Mrs Joseph Robbins York City. Mrs. Aceto is now I 1. NEW LOW RATES
that takes you there. be with her parents. He will appreciation to the Venice Little on Fairview to "hel employed at Bankers Trust ,
They discovered it In a catalogue published by the Intro- join them here as soon as possible Theatre board of directors, lo." This is the Brown's say first Company In New York. Before 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS .
?.* Travel Agency, with worldwide branche. in every conn. before they leave for and especially Seymour Smith visit to Florida and they really Mrs. Walsh retired to Florida 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
try, that describes the satisfac- India. and Christopher Magee, for love It here. several years ago she was the
fjo Isle of Hy as apt sometimes this The McKirtneys son, George their help and advice on the chief! operator at Bankers Trust
Friends man -
hondria. who have thinks they are more apt to C. McKinney, who is with the technical end of the produc Mrs. Connie Thompson enter. and Mrs. Aceto was one of 11 -
been there find it so pleasantthat recite the ailments of their organs Virginia State Port Authority tained with a table of bridge at girls who worked for her with
some intend to migrate. including the removal In Brussels, Belgium] will ar tion.Sth. her home on ManasoU Beach whom she cultivated a lasting AGENCY
a tight little rive In Venice with his wife, We hope to have
however friendship.
It Is, thereof Those
past, present or pros County GOP Wednesday afternoon. 116 W. Venice Avenue
two children and R'g
|Islet where one enjoys life completely pective. their nurse who played were Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Aceto as residents
:
alone and undisturbedby If you have friends and relatives for a month's leave in April. Club Is HeadedBy Rea, Mrs. James Townsend, I' here in the near future ( Telephone 488-2289
.
They have another
satisfaction ion, Fred-
other. Greatest who've Mrs Nan Berh and the hostess as they already have the foundation
H to be had upon return In describing -,Isle of Hypochondria never visited how the erick Henry McKinney, who It Cadwallader Mrs. Thompson Refreshmentsof by having purchased
the topography, clio with General Electric Corp. In mince pie and coffee were a lot here in the Gardens.
mate and peculiarities of the the lucky least you hurt are.who It is the ones Bogota, Columbia and are W. C. Cadwallader of Golden served. &55055 playing.0 ,
the
resort in minutest detail to all squeal notifying him of the visit of Beach Blvd. was elected -
friends, relatives and even to loudest.before the Some dentist patients starts scream his the other two children so a president of the affiliated Dr and Mrs. M. L. Townsend
complete strangers who will drill. Those hurt most family reunion may be arranged South County Rr publican Clubs of 1760 Overbrook ltd. enter-
listen. The place seems to cast erally the most are Yet gen it here In April.McKinney at a meeting of the executive' tained with a fish fry: Wednesday
of spell over its visitorsthat quiet. was a member of board Thursdny
ort evening. The guests were
i wouldn't be
fair to take the
creates a compulsion to the State Department staff in Also elected were Mrs. Bea'I Mr. end Mrs. James Townsendand
passports from those
tell others about it. Just as the who travel away to that Athens Greece from 1958 un Jenkins of En-lewood, vice- Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Bakerof
Ancient Mariner pinned downthe fascinating til 19 2. He retired that year president; R. M. Wright of Petersburg, Va Birthday
Island without which I
unfortunate wedding guest would, have little left to they talk He and Mrs. McKinney, a noted Managota Key, secretary, and cake and ice cream was served Funds'for
of a hazardous, European artist, born in Gerdta of Venice I
with his tale about. George Gardens in honor of Mrs. James
real or embellished, voyage, so Russia, met and married in treasurer. Townsend's birthday. All had a Ample
you will be button-holed to It is a trite but friendly greeting Europe. They came to Venice In other business, the bylaws delightful evening.
on the street to "How last .
bear about Hypochondria. say year.NPC for the coming year were --
And the glowing tales of yourfriends' are you?," even though you adopted.An Another new home Is being
may regret it if you are in a -
trips you will find to -----
be as boring, if you are that hurry to be on your way. The Republicans Church Launches
old, as the family album. and answer can be anything from, $35,000
iterecpucan views of unknown "Oh I'm as well as can be Hold Card PartyNORTH !
kinfolk! shown at the turn into expected," or "Just fair to
this 20th century. Or if you middling" or "There's no use PORT CHARLOTTE Building Drive This WeekCommunity
don't go that far back, you'vedoubtJelOS complaining as it won't do>> any The Republican Club of I
good," right on to a complete North Port Charlotte -
been a captive guest sponsored
official of
the United Room of the Venice
"organ recital" with all stops their tint Dessert Bridge
audience at home movies of Too seldom Church of Christ is due in office First Federal Savings
open. you ever Party at the Community Center
people you'll never meet manyof hear fine Venice today to launch a $.15.- and Loan Assn. at 2:00:
anyone say, "I'm The attendance was
whom the hosts are not verygood
000 building fund for o'clock. Mrs. Charles Franklin
"
"In the pink or "Feeling fit. and 106 ticket were sold campaign
sure about as to exact names the denomination's church Towne heads the Women's *
Yet cheerful soul HOME BUILDING
and relationship. one in town for the affair which was termed
here. Project Committee
does give this cheery answer a huge
According to description by success He is Roy Timm of Buffalo, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday -
when asked how he is
doing: Potted plants and gladioliwere !
devotees of Hypochondria, it lea
N. y of the department of and Friday evenings of
"Well
I'm best I
doing
as can used in the decorations
terrifying place. They teU Church Finance Advisory ServIce this week Timm will meet with
with the
tools I've got nd the taffeta Republican
yon of heat and cold floods, of the Division of Church the 37 canvassers who will
(inures from earthquakes vol. Unfortunately one' personal Elephant unmlstakeably domi Extension of the Board of conduct the drive. The following HOME BUYING
canoes spewing lava and all ailments, imaginary of more nated the scene at the center. Homeland Ministries.The have been appointed canvassers .
torts of phenomena that hold relish than real, continue to be President Dorothy Schuelerwas drive will culminate next : Clark D. Adair, Wil-
i peculiar fascination for them, of paramount importance\ to delighted with the response Sunday with a canvass of ber J. Barclay, George Ii. Bell, I
though they lark reality when many people even in these daysof and expressed her homes of members and friends Vernard Bradley, Major Henry
viewed from so far through so many diverse' Interests gratitude to the representationFrom of the church.Tuesday R. Chamberlin Jr, Frank R. I
another's eyes. Back In the hill country where the clubs in Charlotte Wednesday and Charge, N. Shuler (Cole Clarence HOME\ IMPROVEMENT
Tou ve already] guessed that we were horn, where the old- County, Venice and Sarasota. Thursday afternoons of this F. Cooper, William C.
ftli travelogue takes to the timers had no electricity telephone The club's Republican food
Colonel
you week Timm will meet with the Dove John L. Ferguson
iiland of ailments, one of the radio, TV nor any' of sale will be held on Friday, ladies of the church In the James G. Fyfe Philip E.
moat satisfying cruises made our sometimes doubtfully blessed Feb. 21, from 10 a m. to 5 p.m. Haglund, E. Walter Haig, Walter
by many, and certainly the improvements, perhaps we in the North Port Shopping P. Harbath, Marvin Y.
least expensive. They comeback can understand that personal. Center. If you wish to donate Ve-No Club Card Hawk, E. Robert Higgs, COMMERCIAL PROPERTYVENICE
: to describe with delight ailments were prime conversation baked goods pleaae call Mn. Joseph J. Jossart, Wendell D.
their pains, purges and palpitations pieces.. Schueler at 428-1700. Kincaid John S. Nullby, El-
: none is too small to So the story about the lady Party WednesdayThe wood M. Larsen, Thomas W,
get a hearing A tooth-ache, an up in that country in those Marvin, Howard Mason Arthur
earache a boil, a blister, even dare Is understandable. When Dinner Sessions Venlce-Nokomis Wom McBride Clyde R. Moore,
i sandspur in the toe is a conversation asked casually how she felt, an's Club social card party, Grover C. Moore, William E. OFFICE
piece.. And if one of her standard reply was reported to men and women, will Moulton, William F. Packard,
volcanoes] on the Island has to be, "I'm poorly, thank Grace ChurchThe open BO hosted Wednesday by Mrs. Captain Hubert E. Paddock,
erupted what a lovely chance God and thank you for ask :Lewis Danklefs, Mrs. Fergui USN (Retired), Ralph Eugene 601 South Tamiami Trail
to describe the operation to Int." Hunter and Mrs. W. S. Rine.< Pedcn Lawrence G, Raymond,
friends. adult class of Grace hart. H. Chester Reed, Frank P.

Speaking of operations, one Methodist Church has Initiateda I The parties are held at 1 Reynolds Harry L. Sanders, Telephone 488.2233
lady told us that she dreaded Epiphany Hobby series of monthly dinners, p.m. at the Woman's Club Walter F Tefft, F. Bartram
going to club meetings for they first of which was held on Feb. building on North Harbor Towle C. Lawrence Vickers,
were usually sure to include an'' I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Drive. Mrs. Walter Geisaer is and Harry P. White. Each
organ recital And she didn't Club LuncheonMembers John Schroeder on Riviera chairman of the parties and member residing between
mean womens' societies elt- The dinners will! feature foreign Mrs. E. H. Browning, co-chair Sarasota and Englewood or
elusively either, for men are Epiphany Hobby dishes and, if possible, man. Venice East will be visited.
Club will have a covered dish travelogues of the country featured Door prizes will be awarded -- -- HRST7e2ZI

M luncheon Thursday during the that month. and refreshments will be serv
-'" hobby club meeting.The The first dinner entree was I SW '
ed. not
Reservations although!
Elferdink's of I club meets from 10 sm. spaghetti!, with John Schroederand J11InS7o
and I
required, are requested
800,00 LlqaMatfcm sal.1! until 2 p.m. at Catholic Youth Lloyd Murphy as chefs. A. may be made by calling Mrs : SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA
I Center, Tampa and Nassau musical program was presented Grosser or Mrs. Browning. WaterAT
t'P TO 49% I Paul Sanders ,
Streets. Those attending are by guitarist Duplicate bridge is playedat DOWNTOWN SOUTH GATE ST. ARMANDS
covered dish and Mr. Reide
F.
asked to bring a Onley, or
the club on Thursday after South Trail 361 Herding Circle
and their own place settings. ganist. 200 South Pineapple 3550
noons at 1 p.m. and members, Warm Mineral
guests and friends are invited.


DECKHOUSERESTAURANT Marquette Mich. Springs

12 Miles South of Venice I

On US 41'

Folks Take NoteFormer

at the JETTIES MN ff1 fNNNN efNN NIN NNN

residents and visitors .

OPEN NOW from Marquette, Mich
will hold their annual Florida
picnic March 15 at Holiday Inn Dine Out Often jj

NIGHTS A WEEK Sarasota located on and U.Bradenton.A S. 41 between I IS Iit's

7 poolside chicken, ham and
meat-ball dinner will be served
sa 5p.m. to 10 p.m. daily at 1 p.m.Reservations.
fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY =
may be made t .,
with Mrs. Phil Spear 22 Island

SALAD SANDWICH LUNCHES Circle, Sarasota before March 4 tI
10. 0 \
p In tile Bar dally

UVFD To Service I O'DOLAN'S BAR


t SERVED SPECIAL MONDAY FAMILY then WEDNESDAY MENU Area From Gulf GRANT'S' "SKILLET" SPECIAL J 4. 'LO AND TOM DOLAN, Owner

Year choice of Manor\ AirportThe finest PIZZA this side I
Out
Carry of Ireland
area lying outside the
5 ENTREES $1.50 Venice city limits from Gulf SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES
Manor on the north to the airport BUCKET of. KOSHER CORN BEEF
i_ on the south will be served ITALIAN MEAT BALL '
Served With hereafter by the Union Vol. PHONE BAR.B-O FORK OR BEEF '

-==-: COLE SLAW TOSS SALAD unteer Fire Department of Noomis. 488.1153 Located Just South of Intersection 0'

; This. arrangement has been Chicken Routes 775 and U.S. 41 On The Trail

DINNERserved worked out br mutual agree
SPECIAL SUNDAY ment of the Venice City Fire

Department, the South Venice .r

12 noon, 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Area and Volunteer the Nokomis Fire Department depart. \9 All WHOLE 2'/2' LB. BAY VISTA

ment. ja i. CHICKEN ((10 Pena) II
THIS, DINNER
WEEK'S COMPLETE ROAST BEEF with WHIPPED POTATOES $2 50 The area affected Includes WITH I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SLAW, RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE

CORNISH GAME HEN with HERB RICE Gulf Manor, Cornwell-on-the- '/ DOZEN HOT ROLLS Beach Rd. & SD 775 Englewood Phone 474-BBO i'II
Gulf and Golden Beach. Resi-
Dinner Includes our fameul SALAD BAR lents are requested to Join I all orders packed In foil lined buckets) FISH FRY rn All the Fish 'I

OUR REGULAR GOURMET MENU IS AVAILABLE NIGHTLY at the$5 UVFD annually.as social This members member- Phone Ahead a your order will be ready Every Friday $flj 3v you can eat

hip entitles the holder to vote
NIGHTLY MANHATTANS In UVFD meetings and the PHONE 488-5075 CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE SALAD BAR

r MARTINIS 501 each] services it offers Member- W. T. GRANT CO. ROTARY MEETS HERE TUESDAY AT NOON
COCKTAIL HOUR 4:30: to 6 p.m. HIGHBALLS shin dues should be sent to Dinner Served 5-9 p.m Weekday*-12-8 p.m on Sunday

t UVFD Inc. P. O. Box tI8. Nokomis RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE : Short Order and Lunches 1 II 1 a.m. to 5 p.m.II .
3355$.
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FOUR THE VENICE GONDOLIER -
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Maggie's Magpie Youth Jibes At



Venke q o>hu c c h By MAGGIE CLAM PITT Responsible In Panama I.


A recent visitor to New Orleans vious of people who can paint
MEMBER: or TUB ASSOCIATED!: FKL83!: UEMBhB OF TUB FLOBIDA PRKM ASSOCIATION
reports most of the peo pictures, that is, (I'm pret-

Tin AnKwUttd. Piw I. ..du.lv."lr ..tllI... to u M for rcpntillriitloii. of .H ..... dlnpttrhiB erodftad., tott ple he met on Bourbon Street ty good at walls) and those GILBERT
.rnot ollMrwlM erpdlud In thin peon. and .M local. MWI publtolwd IMM,4, All lobe of r ubll..tlae were on the rock who write poetry especially By EUGENE
of pwml dtepftfcrhM ..... .bo iM.i.> TlM .eau ..., loc.l idTCHtalni insist of Uill Mw.p pv ta Mmrrlifctad u4 H> nvubllntlm. bPNHlr f backon Is old thing. II
furtiddMi snipS .by wrttu tvrmlMk. If we'd had the Beatles a pretty Youth Research, Ine.
the farm they'd have lived records show it was used in Gilbert United
the
FnMlihrf, K rr Moiidv and Ttiindur From II Ml I. Mlunl A mmEnvnd up to their name. My mother the ancient Greek theatre, Young people critical In of those
A. Snond CI_ MuMr At Port Off", At V....., Florid would have "beat" the you- penned by one Aristophane States are in the Pan
riots
know-what out of them and Shakespeare was not adverse who triggered
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher sent them to bed without their to the limerick and every ama Canal Zone by raising the

COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor supper youngster will remember American nag alone.
Goose's; contribution than four-fifths of the
-0- Mother More
New and Editor
SAM DILLON Newsphoto
What Joy is in store for many "Hickory Dickory Dock"Queen 1237 boys and girls interviewed -
ZURAW Advertising Manager
GEORGE teen-agers when they discoverthe Victoria historically in our latest survey are
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent sheer ectaay of dancing famous for her prudery, hired aware the demonstrations were
cheek-to-cheekl! Seems the one of England's early lime- touched off by high-school students -
SUBSCRIPTION; RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $3.75 Twist is now passe, so Is the ricists as her drawing master. who displayed] the American
t
per throe months, 10 cents per copy. Out ot county, $tI.25 per year, $4.25 Mashed Potato. These classics This talented gentleman was flag: without at the same
per six months $3 per three months. have been replaced by the Edward Lear His Victorian time raising the Panamanian
Monkey, the Dog and the humor included such gems a>: flag. And 71 per cent of them
-- Slop. According to one adolescent "There was an old person of say the students were not justified -
expert to dance the Mar Woking. in their action.
Four For Six key, "ya" just monkey around Whose mind was perverseand Many of the teen-agers say
;" the Dog, "ya' dog H," provokingHe the high school students were
and to all appearance nothingis sat on a rail. wrong because they violatedan Yhif
In baseball/ parlance, a f barter who KlMliag Diane Lenhart and Aim McDonald more aptly named than the With his head in a pall agreement between the U.S.

goes four for til U doing better inanaU reflected great credit !not only Slop. That elusive" old person of and Panama Neil Levine 18,
-0- Wokine. of Miami, Fla. said "The
themselves but also the caliberof
upon upon WIncheD for his advanced
right. famed agreement to fly both flags
teaching at Venice High when a total news on a little bit of "There was a young lady agreement between the
was an
By the tame token fhe four Venice: everything and anything, reported whose chinResembled
of $15,000 in scholarships' was awarded two governments. The American
High seniors who won four of six i Sara- in a graduating clan numbering 108. last week: "The N. Y.World's the point of a students were In effect .t '
Fair Texas Pavilionwill I '
pin: the law into their own
tot County teaching scholarships t+. Further evidence of the high quality feature frankfurters-on-a- So she had it made sharp hands taking, and disobeying the law 1' It

other day turned in, in the bell pliyw'i of our young peopl. and their Instructors stick. Pipped in corn "meal batter And purchased a harp, Linda Ulrich, 18, of Evart a

language, a fence-busting performance. was widened last spring when a total I new,and?? deep Pronto friend.Pups (Thai same And with played her chin several" tunes Mich., says ]the have American known students it .
"should
' Their achievement i is all the more of $15,000 in scholarships was awarded. thing, Winch, old top) have would cause trouble even if

remarkable. considering the fact that Yentce For the fine record the high school been on the market for yean, Alas and alack, the limerick they had the right. Several i
H gh's student H much smaller both at carnival hot-dog stands apparently the delight of the other teens pointed out that
body has made in the pest and will continueto and for home consumption.. Victorian funny bone fell into solutionto +

than any of the other/ county schools par. melt In the future, all of us art indebted Agree with WW, however, in rough hands becoming a pawnof violence] problem is rarely, and a the situation

ficipating in the scholarship competition. to Principal John E. Davis and his observation it will never poets whose Ideas were less, any should have been discussed
"replace Coney Island kosher shall we "sanitary" than
Dun tie four Ptmala Lee his say calmly and rntionally.
Douglas able staff
franks in a roll mit sauerkraut those of Edward Lear
Students Praised Also
und mustqrd mit relish mit A. Nony Mous aptly put It: Nevertheless some of those
honions." (Pass the bicarb) "The limerick packs laughs
I Heart MonthFebruary -0- anatomicalInto interviewed feel the students
in the right.
The manager of a posh West space that Is quite were
J ai Hearth Month, and ned phases of heart i ilk, diets, circulatory diagrams Coast resort recently discovered economicalBut believe"They is were true showing patriotism what "I
.
Sunday is Heart Sunday this year. and explanations, are waiting for an inebriated female the good ones I've says Kevin McCormack, 17, of ,
around the
The City of Sarasota has Mrs. Marie use. School programs can be ranged( golf guest course wandering at 4 a.m. "What are So seen seldom are clean Brookline, Mass. Adds Elise ......J.. 1

Langer as Heart Sunday chairman, BUT also hospital in-service programs. you doing out here" asked the And the clean ones so seldon McMahon, Fla.,, 18."The of Fort students Lauderdale felt- AMERICAN TEENS say the U. S. students In Panama violated -
the council has not yet been able to manager. "Looking for a pieceof are comical!"
Funds are available for needy cases string," replied the fema- Now, if I could lust tell you that the Americans should fly an international agreement and should be punished.
"Haw anyone agree to accept this position if they have to be sent to other placesin lush. (Could be she wanted to about the young lady named the flag because the American '

M South County. Nor are they able to the state for' further study and tie one on.) Ransom but the publisher! government"has financed muchin help given to the countries Modrlcamin 18, of Brookline,
"hove Heart Workers in the area because even -0-. keeps reminding me this Is a Panama. through U.S. aid. Others such Mass. "Most of the countries
there is no che rmaft. out of the state.Research rye always been deeply en "family newspaper." The that teen if -the agers students generally were as Rubin Kaplan, 18, of Brooklyn need to nationalize their
agree
N. Y. feel we should] be industries to gain capitaland
,
Yet many heart attack victims are from benefits all of n South wrong they should be punished, against situations keep the nation's resources
on our guard
fish area. They are entitled to all theaerviees County too. And yet the council has to but the question is how. Roger such aa that which developed ," she gays "If they

the Heart Council: provides rely upon very weal means of receiving THE Calif.Birkenbent, 18.the of punishment Sunnyvale, In Cuba. pay the proper amount for the

for clubs and funds from there by mail. It certainly should be says"very severe and There were some boys and property, they have a right to
programs organizations "
; girls who agree with Miriam appropriate it, she says.
with" speaker and movies provided when doesn't seem sensible. {i( PEOPLE strict."They should be asked to r ..I

fisey" are went-ed. Surely the South County heart U deserving apologize] and then let it be

Written data suds as phamphtefs on all of better than this. SPEAK forgotten" says Kim Keubel,
18. of Indianapolis, Ind
What should be done if simIlar JJarsmt; #iu Person
We Vote For Unknowns -- situations arise in other

To The Editor; Committee we provided also, South American countries and

In the long history of this republic Wish to thank you for the architect-engineer supervision American property is damaged
:,
directly by the people. Another is that
fine front page picture of the and construction was directed and lives are lost By THE REV CHARLES I. ROWE
only a comparative handful of people every citizens vote would count equally.Still city officials, my ugly puns, br Guy Curwood, for the city. In answering this questionthe
I have voted for the President and Vice another i is that political activity and Mr. Hamilton, at the Casino Ed Henne was the special teens seem more level Emmanuel Lutheran Church

I President of the United States All the would be distributed through all of dedication, in the paperon building sub contractor, to headed than adults might be. : 'e.9 aZ M'
parts build the hyperbolic paraba- Many of the boys and girls
Monday, Feb. 10, 1964.
red of the electorate "has' voted for groupsof the\, nation and the two-party system in; Unknowingly, you gave me ]loid structure. Most all other favored diplomatic action and 6

men and women who, for the most vigorated. the title of Architect. which I sub-contract work was also only a few advocated the use When this appears In print v.e will have entered the Lenten

part, are totally unknown to them. Opponents of the Direct Popular Vote am not. My partner Cy Tuck. local talent Naturally, we are of force and U.S. troops. Season Lent is generally looked upon as a time for selfdenialand
er is the Architect, and I ama all quite proud of the unusual "Take the problem to the self-examination. It may seem foolish to some, because they
This, of course, is due to the electoral Method argue that it would b* unfair to Professional Engineer We structure, due to uniqueness, United Nations and the Organization say that what we do during Lent is really what we should be doing

college system which, after much debate smaller fates; lead to national election have an Associated Achitect- strength, and economy. Our I of American States," the rest of the year. And this is true.

r and compromise was firmly, embodied in laws at the expense of state sovereigntyin Engineer practice, and I haven "hypo" is believed to be the suggests Mary Becker, 17, of Yet Jesus said to hia disciples, and surely he Is saying it to
separate consulting practice.. largest timber wing type in Denmark, Wis. "The U.S. government us: "Com ye apart and rest awhile," rest awhile, not merely
Article II of the Constitution. Ever since, this area; and encourage the major The reason for pointing this the world, and Is slated to be should lodge a diplomatic physically, but take time to think, take time to examine yourself,

:I cores of proposals I have been made to parties to concentrate their campaigns in out Is that I wish to avoid the given publicity in Architectural protest to these actions take time to commune with God, take time to pray more earn-
the difficulty of explanation to the and Engineering[ magazines, and claim damages and ask
fundamentally change it, none successful. heavily-populated cities, at the estly."The
; > the D.F.P.A, for negotiations," E. Ross "
Board of Architecture, in their by As Dave putit says Pause That Refreshes Ours is a fast moving age, and
And this year, no doubt, another effort pense of the Interests of rural areas and possibly arriving at the conclusion In his dedication speech, Serener, 18 of Hamden, Conn. even in the midst of the lushness of life, spiritually we may find
will be mad for the change. smaller communities! As a practical matter I have given myself without the faith of the city Good Nelrhbors ourselves in the midst of desert wastes. Then we are lost if we

it i it also said that such a constitutional this title, even though you officials, (and the energy and Legality and the need for cannot somehow see the face of God and hear his voice. Some
Under the existing system, each stat Innocently and unwittingly tag- courage of Dave himself] and friendly relations between one hat said: "The physical world is a hodge-podge to a child or
has as many electors as it has Senatorsand change could never b* ratified 1 be- ged it on me, without my local engineering and building America and her neighborswere a savage. But the scientist brings to it the faith that it is knowable .
representatives combined. This i is of cause of the opposition of small states knowledge. This has happened ability, and, of course, the taxpayers stressed by the young -that it is 'fit for human intelligence' and it rewards hu a
tome two thirds of them would lose before and I wish to avoid it funds, this project could people. Dave Brigham, 15, of faith and his work with its secrets." So, too, the perplexing mysteries
obvious advantage to the smaller states, relative in the future. I realize that it not have been accomplished Sunnyvale Calif., advocatesthe of our human lot remain largely meaningless unless se
h that they have th_ two additional I political I in uenc.. Is generally understood that an economically. We believe Ven- use of discussion to solve bring to them a faith in the heavenly Father's will." Then the G
Another proposed chang is the Dis ice now has one of the most such a crisis because "these ventures of
1 votes, represented by their Senators, regardless architect and engineer are considered life make sense where they didn't before.
I trict Method, whereby the unit represented almost one and the attractive and unusual beach countries are our closest neighbors We do not suggest Idleness during Lent, but spiritually some
of population. Thus, to some en- pavillions in Florida, thanks to and we should never times
each elector same by the public, since they give perhaps we need to imitate the practices of some peopleof
f b
tent, t ,t.t.'I mere size it minimized.It by would switched are both licensed! by the state everyone Involved. Our sincere up trying to keep peace with India who sit down to permit their souls time to catch up with

also b said of the electoral from the state to a district within a to practice design, etc., and hope that all the local citizens them." their bodies. Whatever else we practice during this season, maybe .
can stat and there it support for the Proportional can easily understand your enjoy using it, and that Venice Speaking for the few who we will be better people if we will "draw nigh to God," belie
college system that it hat worked. At the Method making the error But, the continues to enjoy the distinction take a more militant attitude, ing that H* will draw nigh to us!
tame time, it has produced distortion in which would providethat practicing architects and engineers of the most potential small Moira Whalcn, 17, of Hamden, Hunter! Beckelhymer concludes one of his sermons thus: In
the of results for the each candidate would receive the and their state boardsare city In the state, and will con- Conn., says "troops should be his "Vision. of Judgment" the English poet William Blake wrote
I appearance reason proportion of the electoral vote as his very strict about this, and tinue to develop its assets, sent to guard American citi- "What, it will be question'd,1 when the Sun rises, do you see a
that the candidates who a state, no which are to the zens," because "American round disk of fire
carry share of the states popular vot All hold the person involved somewhat many great. somewhat like a Guinea?' 0 no, no I see an
matter how tiny their majority, receive responsible in correctingany est advantage. property as well as human Innumerable company of the Heavenly host crying, 'Holy, Holy,
have their advocates all their Wm. LIndh P.E lives cannot be taken Holy is the Lord
100 per cent of that stags electoral l opponents.In situation, given Incorrect.: by any God Almighty! which makes clearer what
any event, something said by Dr. ly, particularly when made people or country. Jesus could have meant when He said, "Blessed are the pure ill
votes. This was exemplified in 1960. The The teen-agers took heart for
James Bums, professor of Political Science public. To The Editor: a more they shall see God n .
late President Kennedy ran up a substantial I'm sorry that I even haveto Englewood Boat &" Country forceful point of view about .
electoral college majority. Yt at Williams College, seems to cover the bring up this subject, but Club plans to feature enter the nationalization of American
problem pretty well: "Reform of the electoral to protect Cy Tucker and my tainment the year round at its property by South American -
his popular vote margin ever Mr. Ninon governments. Many said THIS CURIOUS WORLD I IPAGE
college is. a highly complex self from criticism and attack, Saturday night affairs and invites -
was next to invisible. Actually, Mr. Ken It Is really necessary. Cy those with a talent to the government should fight
nedy received a fraction lest than 50 subject that needs confrontation by the Tucker could not be presentat come and share it with the for this property If it were
per best minds in the Senate and outside the dedication, and I happened club. The management thanks necessary, and pointed out theI
cent of the total 'SW' ?
vote cast because of
,
The electoral college i Is not just a technical to be present as a spec the some 80 guests who helped
.. the votes which went to the various minor tator. Cy, with myself as part- make the recent "Hootenanny"a .r
party candidate : electoral: procedure It is steepedin ner, as architect and engineer, complete success The "4 I
p1; politics it effects the balance of respectively, made the design Hoots and a Holler" made a I Elferdlnk'i of Osprey Y

1 .g,I J Various methods of reform! of the system parties, the power of Interest groups,, the and plans, under the directionof big hit with their numbers and I I $100,000 Liquidation Sale]
Dave Hamilton, chair. are invited to make
as a
repeat
are always under consideration Probably \ of /4
strength the
ideologies, fates of poll-
man of the Berch Building performance. UP TO 49% OFF e
.
the simplest i is that\, the President and titian: Reform! has proved' impossible HAPPY and JACKIE LASSEN ..k

t":, Vic President shall be elected by direct f became politician have feared that Englewood.

i.'; popular vote. The arguments in favor' of it might upset or threaten political arrangements rI I

this are many, the principal one being that thy have. found congenial

I that, if the President i is to f b* the man or at least predictable and dependable IFI .ITP A t1ae4TirPletlt

pat i : of the people, he ought to b* elected ." > rcTwg a4aa4w ,

.. ''id ATTENTION DRIVERS! ATwd t c I 1I
Gone Glue rys. YNM/9AtA6QrTP

:tt Library Column If you've been In the w sr INDIAN orcx opAIvM fvO

workshop working with glue is FEBRUARYYOUR CENTIPEDE
I and bave gotten glue on galilktdArlT8d oe.H,
j f 't your clothing, you're probably FonT Les
I ll Naked Came I: A Novel Of Rodin In for it with the little LaNallt b tkiN
BIRTH MONTH? 'ilea AT'AHBIW
I woman.
By DAVID WEISS ONa HOP
I A REVIEW By ELIZABETH MUZZEY BROWN However here'i a way to
: ,I II hide from the wile the fact
I AUGUSTE RODIN is pictured by His sculpture was the natural strengthand that you were a little messy. IF SO, please/ check your driver'slicense.

: Weiss as a boy and then as a man of beauty of the human body Even So-called "airplane" cementcan /
I I'' strength and determination Paris was scandalized by Rodin's strong be removed from cloth. It may need renewal. 1 f EW WiSt ti
Ing by an Immediate applies.lion KOSe
II, Rodin struggled against physical odds, realistic etatuea.Recognition of lacquer thinner I IAt IN
': and the derision of the fashionable .
I ,1' poverty finally came to Rodin This works on some other'
I artists of the salon. even before it came to most of his con- Remember, too. JOHN T. GRAHAM .
t He is also pictured as a selfish man, temporiea who were forming a new however, don't dlkxassts t
1.j because his art came before family or school of Impressionistic! painting.You smoke with using the thin. Sarasota
1 ner and use It only In a well County Judge BuAtDOrtasOTWWp' I''
friends. His only] real concern was this will like this novel. It tells the
t upyu
art and It war a new form to Paris and story of the artists and life In France, ventilated area. IsIppq By lksseON t//

the world. *J we.I1lie\ story of Rodin: hmuelt

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FEBRUARY 17. IW
RDAY. THE_ VENICE r GONDOLIER r PASEFfVl?
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pr eahest Il m aaw esaC '
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Boyer To SpeakTo A i
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Coast wJpl T i a te4! l ae 1

Youth Orchestran Democratic



Local Appearance Thursday Women's ClubSarasota I I


County Sheriff Ross
',e ,5.mr mber Florida West Boyer will address membersand
r 1 Vnu'H Orchestra will apVci guests of South Sarasota AAI
in the "
:K Thursday If' County Democratic Women's
.' ,. .> c"nrcrts by the h. Club at their noon luncheon
,Ml I this week I
"I '. UI'' t tP tf meeting/ today at Early Wynn'sSteak tr
here, jointly
c'' i House.
"
d in the Optimist Clubs Sheriff Boyer will discuss
'
.: B: r and the Florida
I I operation of the sheriff's department
,' r' *t fc mphony: Orches- He has been county
a.:j be at Venice HighatBi1ePl w, sheriff since 1952, is past president
) I; The Sara T aI of Florida Sheriffs' Assn..
be in
a member of the board of the
soil the Saturday concert National Sheriffs' Assn. and a .

;, : : I? member of numerous state
;rs of r eon tickets for u committees on highway safety

wet m Fund (Optlmuti He will be Introduced by Mrs.
.i) cu I- >l ie' lee or the George Gibbs Jr, state Demo .
Orchestra concert
Onv cratic committeewoman and Jp
u be rdAttconfli their member of the local club. I
,_. t of
11 Mrs. Adeline Ballard, president !. I '
the two I
b ween '
'e +
I will conduct the meeting. Y
shad b"'h the Youth Or-
; The public is invited.
.;I1 and the Asolo Cham.estra # ,
," '. appearing, here
iy and the two agreed! WINDOW CONTEST WINNER Winner of man of events: Kny re, Ived from bowline
? v\ .ne In sponsorship of Esthers Slate the National Beauty Salon Week! window shop donations and rumor: -a and bake sale
1 h Orhestra program. decoration contest last week was Hicks Barber in V<- .::e and Cr:: !'ewaod: wu> be turned over
fj,'3 Cj, amber Orchestra and Beauty Shop in Englewood, which to the gn.-'jp'. tc:: :ted ,*h:rity. the South i
ippear here later in them Business MeetMrs filled its window with real-hair wigs. Theweek's Sara_TI C" mty A'n tor Retarded Children .

in the Lyceum Fund activities were sponsored by the local M ;s Ziekarth was: a*_.ted by Miss
frt tencjs Arthur P. Swanson of chapter of National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Carol HiKion\ and Mrs Betty Nelson. Mrs.
Veni,:e area youths playt 429 Park Lane Drive will be with Miss Ruth Ann Ziebarth chair. Trixie Nelson la chapter presIdent.
0: 'hestra, which is hostess to the Esthers of VenIce s foil
-sed of students from at their business meeting

1 :a and Manatee Countyr Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at 25th Anniversary Party MacArthur Guests I
and se-for high schools her home.
Junior College.
Monroe She will be assisted' by
i member is an honor mu- Planned Methodists
.f i dent in h J school and be- Mesdames Etta Arthur, Florence By Hold! Gala Party
,. member of the Youth Graham W. Biggs and -
invitation. Area A Valentine supper, celebrat- mer Phelan and Harry White,
Ira by Gene Trefethen YOUNG MUSICIANS IN THE VENICE Miss Jennie Brown, was 111 when the picturewas A. C. Traver. ing the Woman Society's will provide the musical entertainment The eighty -uests at Mac-
,'m, are Don Wern, Billn AREA who will appear here Thursday in the made. The appearance here of the 75- The group's public card party twenty-fifth anniversary and Arthur Beach Retirement Hotel -
Hi'l Wendy Dillon and Florida West Coast Youth Orchestra concertat piece orchestra, directed by Paul Wolfe, is set for Feb. 27, has been honoring the new pastor and Villas Drive, attended a
Miss Venice High School are shown with the under the joint auspices of Florida West changed to Wednesday at 1:30: the society president, will be Churchwomen are Invited to gala Valentine party at the
Brown.
Jenn ''J Coast Symphony South County schools music director, Donald Coast Symphony Orchestra and the Optimist p,m. at the :Masonic Temple. held tomorrow at 7:30 p,m. by bring their husbands and other hotel! Friday.
t West the Goss. They are, left to right, Gene Trefethen, Club of Roberts Bay, sponsors ot the Lyceum Dessert and beverage will be Venice Nokomis Methodist guests Tickets may be obtained Miss Esther Burkholder was
sirs sponsors group with Scott Hill, Goss, Don Wern, Bill Brown and, Fund cultural series.GONDOLIER. served and door and table Church Woman's Society of from circle chairmen or at in charge of arrangements,
1"e of 'fu" projects as chairman, in frontendy Dillon. The sixth member, ( PHOTO by Sam Dillon) prizes! will be awarded. MrsL. Christian Service. the church office, and no tick which included preannouncedpoetry
L er
Guv ets will be sold at the door.
fttlfe, Symphony Orchesr P. Scott is chairman, existed The supper will be at Drift and crazy hat contests.
3r also directs the I The program wil. Include Williams' Concerto G rosso! for may be obtained at Hart's Import by Mesdames James Nixon, wood Cafeteria. Honorees will The supper is being held instead Charades were also on the
r
Floyd Neil, Stella Spicher and be The Rev. and Mrs. John of the February Society program. Elmer Christie was
f 1On 3tra.sdays "Homenaje a la Tempranica, String Orchestra and Liszt's House and Young's Gift
,- concert will be by Rodrigo; Beethoven's Fifth I Hungarian Rhapsody No 2. I Nook, on West,,,Venice Ave., or Gretchen Nichols I Louis Crofts Jones and Mrs. John meeting. master of ceremonies

!fret of the annual serieshe jymphony; Gayne Ballet Suite Tickets are $1 for adults and at the door the night of the concert A donation of 50 cents will I for the, president. of the group -
young musicians. by Khachaturian; Vaughan- 50 cents for students They be requested. I past two years
for
Speaker the evening will
be The Rev. Fred L. Martin,


rs. Peterson Lincoln Day Jilleys! Happily Married 64 Years"I I I Conference district Sarasota superintendent District of the of the Methodist Florida of the GIFTS when yen move .

Church. The South Venice

Baker; For RepublicansL Just don't know" what I Earl Men's Smith Quartet, Frank, composed Bemm, El.of when a new baby arrives

...... will do next summer a
S'.\ift newly elected "You can come and stay
,iw v (our Welcome Wagon .
l 'y Ev'cutive C m- with me. Orange Blossoms
Hostess will cap with e J.i
: rn'an, -dcd "Alright"The
c prr a
i : n, ht at the Lin1 first speaker was a boy, basket 01 rifts and
1 D1: r held in Sarar the second, a girl, and thus Meet In E'tiroodENGLEWOOD friendly greetings from our t r
tr, sponsorship of in 1899 Oscar Jilley proposedto religious, civic and business -

i t Cst of Florida Re. Myrtle Talcott. They were A meetingof leaders Just let us 4!
i W, r MI'S Club. More married on Feb 8, 1900, in the Orange Blossom Club, '
n '4ed. Maynard, Iowa and have just an affiliate of the Rebekah ." ,
celebrated their Lodge 80, was field last Friday knowMe1donie i
i IE.f :M Pet-on( ns.t sixty-fourth
i T m of the Re. 1 i wedding anniversary at the evening In the Odd Fellows l F4Magon
'their Mrs Hall, Englewood Road, with 36
I :i Nu':. anal Committee, + home of : daughter,
: 'I, D. C w-s gust Maye Rasmussen of Bayshore members attending. \
a
Mi Peter ,n sue Parkway.: Blanche Dolbee, president, Phone 488.1046 I
..
conducted the .
88 and meeting.The
The "newlyweds"
are
+i Mrs C ire Williams of I I'' .'bra. who resigned 84 years young, twinkling, next meeting will be - -- -----------:.---,
r-rr
held March 8 in the Hall
when
alert and happy Both agree
'
jn' to become the
II
I WELCOME HFACOMEKI
plans will be made for the
If S. Irl) they found the right marriage an-
C Shank of St.
i, Mo., the first ,of the partner, although he, teasingly nual banquet and election of I I Use this coupon to let its know pn're here IJ
officers for the (
expressed it: "I can't find ensuing year. I I'I
lcTt of Venice Rcpubf anything wrong with her." She, Happy birthday: was sung/ to NAM

i :tending( the dmiid more sedately, merely said she'wouldn't member Elizabeth Hall and a 1 ADDRESS. I
birthday cake served followed -
,. 'd State swap" and even was II.
Senators by games after the meet- CITY
Hcrderson, Mayor SIU3. LLLY 1'LlhKMJNmd : : after 84 years wouldn't compare I. Please have the Welcome Hostess ran en me
D. Bi 'hard Justice of him with her other suitors Ing.A n Wagon I
card 'I
,ce F: S. Raymond, Mrs Mrs Harry L. Barker not having revealed their was announced party open for to the Feb.public 22- D I would like to subscribe to the Venice GONDOLIER

L. Hu:r Jton, Col. andD. Mrs. E. L. Swift, Mrs Ann names to him, to this day at '7:30: in the Hall tickets 50 G I already subscribe to the I

R Van Sickler, Mr. Lord and Robert L. Schroder. I The Smart two woman have been spendingthe cents.and a ham dinner to be I fill out coupon and mail to Circulation Dept GONDOLIER j

served the following day, Sun.
winters here with the
Chinese Dish FeaturesolIaQder's Rasmussens for the past ten WILL YOU BE MY VALENTINE was a rhetorical question, day, from 12 to 4. L-rrrrrrr-r rrr'rrrtrrrrrrrrr,J i

arty years, and after Dr C. Ras- really, when Oscar Jilley presented a heart-shaped box of
musscn's death several years candy and a card to Myrtle Jilley on Friday They had just

Special Menu ago, with their daughter.The celebrated their 84th wedding anniversary on Feb. 8 at the r
anniversary was celebrated home of their daughter, Mrs. Maye Rasmussen of Bayshore RELIABLIITY r
with a dinner at home, ParkwaYe The Jilleys live in Maynard, Iowa, and for the past
I Gourmet Club's Febru- 1 Ib. sirloin steak, cut In attended by the couple's nephew .- ten years have been spending the winter months with their
.her f du :JUT' who will plan bite-size pieces and his wife from Clear- daughter. They will be here until May.GONDOLIER .
I supervise the monthly dm- 1 heaping tbs shortening water and The Rev. and Mrs ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) IS THE BUILDERS SLOGAN AT THE 1954 VENICE
of
[ the group Wednesday, 1 tbs soy sauce Melvin H. Meyer of Lakeside
Nay's GONDOLIER food 1 tsp. sugar Lutheran Church. Mrs JilleyIs ested In today's events as he I In the Insurance business for
J.TUI guest 2 cans Chinese fried noodle now wearing a white was in his father's stories of 29 years PARADE OF HONES

1 II Gerard Klyn. Casey Salt and pepper, to taste ceramic heart, engraved Civil War experiences His They have two other children
Use heavy aluminum or father and Mrs. Jilley's father daughter In Michigan
a
Key, who "Myrtle and Oscar, presentedto
bought the prop black Iron pan. Melt shortening her at the dinner by Mrs. were bunkmates during the and a son in Maynard, both 6 beautiful model homes are OPENat
onions Civil War, which led to the
erty on which high heat, and add of whom called their parentson
Meyer.
the Klyn home soy sauce, sugar and seasonIng Of the two, Mr. Jilley Is the meeting of the Jilleys when Feb. 8. There are two
ft is located eight Cook for three minutes, more loquacious and as Inter. they were youngsters granddaughters and five great-
1 4 years ago. A then take out of pan and place They still live In Maynard, grandchildren.Jilley .
1 native of Hol- pieces of meat in hot pan for her home town and his family Is greatly Interestedin

land, he enteredthe one or one and a half minutes BahretsToIIostGrange settled on a farm some 30 the passing scene, is cur
nursery only.Put miles away when Oscar was rently concerned with the EAST GATEon
business in sauteed onions over Social 8 years-old. When the child I Ii cigarette controversy (he quit
Mentor, Ohio meat and serve on the noodles i hood friendship led to courting smoking) and plans to be 4+w

after WWI. He which have been heated in a Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bakret I days, he would take a train to around the next 12 years,
11111 1 had previously slow oven, just before serving will entertain members anduests within eight miles of her home when he will reach 100, to observe -
and Serves four.Garden, and walk the distance for
worked In Holland, the International situa
of Venice Grange at a
,"*, Germany and Eng. social[ get-together Wednesdayat weekend visits. She recalls E. Venice Ave.

"rviinng in the Dutch 10:30 a.m. at their Coquina vividly one time she took the tion.Their prescriptions for a
I In ClubbersTo rig In to meet him at the train
Court home. happy marriage
!e Kyns still own the I The afternoon will be devotedto and when they returned a She: "The two should stay
skunk had been killed under r21.
n1/ W spend six months a workshop In preparation close; find out what the other
year in Mentor and six I Tour JungleA for' the Sarasota County Fair in the house.' It wasn't too bad, wants, and try to please him." ,
she said
W Casey Key home. He horticultural tour March. Bahret will be charge except upstairs., Het: "A man should keep his 4 f
w two sons also own an- guided Jungle Gardenshas of the Venice Grange booth at They vowed, when they mar mouth jhut and, barring that, %
r nursery in California. of Sarasota for Venice the fair, ried, they would give up farmIng ALWAYS let the woman have

AU glens also have a daueh- Garden been Club arranged members for Those attending Wednesdayare when he reached 50, and the last word." /C(

'\ three ot the children, at 11 aim requested to bring their they; did, although they had a The combination evidently
serried, live In I Thursday lucrative farm. He then work
e Mentor, Members and their guests sandwiches and place settings. was "

1 recipe for van of Chinese will assemble at the Sarasota .,. "II.. r.l1tik! i
I 'V ? Federal Savings and Loan Skewer cookery: thread
, dislike the lengthy chicken livers and small mushrooms r
Assn. parking lot at 9t3: a.m. s JAdJ
. preparation of most on small skewers. Brush
CUSTOM &
' They are requested -
lie dlshe. to go as a group.
f to ,require It wee to bring their own with French dressing and broilon :
the Wyni by a Chinaudent lunches for a picnic which will one side; turn, brush with 1 f rra3't

a doctor from Hong Kong, be held at the Gardens. Fee more dressing and finish broil- STOCK C
ln Boston
who Ing. b B.
to visit' with them during will be $1. 9 <

'e,student she HonWas always.. prepared a CHILD CARE CENTERa e FRAMES

Kong meal and 6 a WeekDAY e I
her favorite Open Days )
V 'It's, i, well MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE
CARE-7.30 a.m. to 5.30: .p m. ..
hlnese Steak> !"h't.' NON GLARE GLASS
s and Onions KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 9:00:
rugs raw '
sliced "
onions
-...:=: SEPAR1TE11lJRSERY' ': BABIES v "'
FOR E E. L. PITMANCHURCH I I II

I 6 Months to 2 Ytan. ">J: $ I j
: I'1'*/ '! of SCHOOL DAILY '. !, jI jI I
Osprey PLAY STREET NOKOMIS I
.l;) \
100,000 ; .
.
Liquidation Sale I LAUREL DAY SCHOOL One Bloc N. E. of Railroad Crowing I

tp TO 49%) OFF AND NURSERYLaurel PHONE 488-3393 '11ii

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School Menus In PRICES EFFECTIVE i0 CUP ANDREDEEM

MON., TUES., WED.
Fer The Week 17, I 18, 19 THESE

1Th41 COUPONS ;
L
Dinner menu planning for VALUABLE
area mothers of school children
Is being made ea.ler. they
report since the GONDO- "
LIER, in cooperation with 'xcixTIA 1.hi
school lunch room supervisors, P'REE
!is publishing the week's school I'a

lunch edition.menus in the Monday rfplJO1x1[ ,,aAti t' II ( Oreen......-.SIBps.

This way. they say Johnnie CEPACOU MOUTHWASH
has no "out" when he doesn'twant
91e
to eat dinner, by laying 14bot. I
rw w tees
"Oh I had THAT for lunch Nm50ma..x
Clipping the menus and placing Af>tKETS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
then in an easily accessible
spot prevents the mothers from n
inadvertently repeating 'h ecoon
entree. .AI !50J"
Here arc the menus (always os
subject to change because of 0 ( Green Stamps<
deliveries) for this week: eIa ere. erw.dPa.e.e.
j Nokomis School M StoiaJen Steel .Jedtr. | Blades.

XOVDATMUmt a.wruw .ea w_ Tt pt. 91c
Dot_ N.. Peet.iauu.W ..... .. -
0MoO1o Bar WHERE SHOPPING mmmmwmKGreen
P.drTI
f VII'BIIDA1''" IS A PLEASURE!
Tree Pie
Grooo Ymtekl 8oMFiokM 1 5O'51t8
.. BootoAvritat r
Pio Swift Premium Tasty s t i
Ii.a- !
Stamps
WtDMSDATItartoeuoo'Milk r- ... LII. e.pe.d.........
T4r. .. Coraleel Beef
tuition- wka se. 3 LUX LIQUID DETERGENTc
Lned U.re.ApPl..r 2 22+*. tboi SI. .
..
Mlle -. P r 1 l".4
Yet asDAYHe... 8.4 ..N G..rM a QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO om50ml.W.A
..Wed lb.59c I
Ton.b 8.Per J.. l
II.I ApplorW. on* Bwer '50
Min i i.bl
FRIUATBnturo, Swift' Premium Smoked Por
..
then Tv. rbk aural lIaW' SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN Green Stamps*
"'_kol.*...Lee. .l Car eta. LIe..e.e.d! HroWt 04 j
Blttond
('hoer.. 'fWo.klnnoo.t' Dktbd r) ColoBr B el Tongue TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED SNOWY DIY BLEACH
Mi ud Buuor
MilkEnglewood Elementary School' BEEF .!-Hs.-pkg.ram a 44c tw IQI i

""OAT B
oooo oooooooooooo
49'T
hperlCurt ran, *f4 Lied OnrwRno Ib. ss

"' bou Hattm
AprlnomoTlKiOAT 5 EaReEi 55Od7

Met 4er PIe Swift's Premium TastyiJag
Cheo* Corrou ( Green Stampa*
(\.e. Cebh.a. ROUND STEAKs ..a W 000SNOW'S ....*.....
H.II'"
a.nnweahLPOAT Sausage CLAM CHOWDER j jJ
Gpat Ben toll MM 17e
11.-- -. M lA ea.5V1111 .


1HI'IUIDAY'(C.bhr.ep.nre G.II.'onobrwodPearhea.aw..6aid.. 3 lbs. 9 jc: :: T7 (T B

r..., euHot with Fount Botoor. fR i.'O
Hot Roll
Pln..pplorRIDAY New ;. Sealed Pure i' cSif
Tun. Mxaral EMIhoao J,1 Green Stamps!

(P-eras Stick.tirkUteeun i-"I's g:r Gni($ lb. J ; ML Me STRAWBERRY e.d e.41w.eSCRIMMEL PRESERkRs

Unnneoiee 3 12.aa. Len SI.
\ Elementary SchoolMOSDAT ...b.. toed. IM to IW

lle..h.Hrewa Hot EouorkronlCirrot! Doc. SUnilt o* Boo_* lb. 59cr r ?PPPPUPPPUPOOj>0liJIJ>|


>' Cw
Milk
Tt G.Iorth.fcBDAT ... Bnno.; U- r L 'wMSKRAFT'S
Onto.Blewletter. Pat SoJod
iTMh. BuiniOrMUM

Muffm,Ik BravlM CROSSE Ci BLACKWElL
PHILADELPHIA BRANDo
F kDIeLDATLpeabMU POSTTOA5TI15
x- Kale
Cole ...

Apple P.it.d MilkTHBed lied_,. sod Nedp"loIWl' Better CREAMCHEESE DATENUTI

--
beef
.
Meshed. foU- I
>...*. TurniFlrkkd G.-
19cRUB
Appwsr. Boot Lure 8-oz. pkg.
Pee Rose
Milk,
FilmA...,"... PaUl. ONE
Mhols aced CortI
S Lot_ Liked Tereatee.Cekrr .
Ills lOc
Mdit.Chorale. Bred P.d4l. B.olr. con

Milk Venice Jr.-Sr Hljh Schools GET 1)) FREE! : 29cpkg. ,

MONDAY H' ....-iU. Onlo4. BU, O>lp4H (limit 2 per custemtf. w/
..hbrown Tooter outoeileed limit I deal pof,uses.pvehe.e .".r purchase of S3.00 M more)'
Applo Crisp */ of $] CO or move
Mdk
TI IUDAYTR.kd
flee. "oa4i04 Beet Patty"
Mwreel. Lied
Hatred. PrePen
.Rrrd .nd Better. IIIIk"Y.D"F.8DAT
WhifehouM Delicious

t hkk.Tarr Pot Pkfirero Rtemd r.hh",",. Juice b bqi.: 25F < down produce lane frozen foodsChicken :,
Apple ;
APPO' Lied. 1.1I.-) .Ith C1IlfI. .. .. . .
Preset tnPpln"l eel .ut.. IIIIk ,_
Cr P Flavor Perfect StteHw'
THURSDAY Crisp Florida PascalCELERY I

F"eah Letter.rile w.der RIrE. .iIJI Prtrtk' A..fNBeen. Sliced Beets .. .... .. .3(00n 10 & Noodles "::-- 69"PIctowaat
Pudding '
hells' Bred Mrs. Bell'i Strawberry. let? *rFordhook
7'f '
Milk* < Limas 4':;; 89
Ieh_
Col.jSL Gram BlewPeeb wilh Rendwleh PoUtooi Preserves ................. J,2r, ; 25 FldtwMi Cioojoj PeekCauliflower

Uptldonlowm Cu Creomettei PopularMacaroni r
Milk 4', $1J

J .. .... ... .7S log per C ,......... riwM Froth

I A I Royal Assorted, Vanilla, Chocolate, Butterscotch, stalkChik Brusscl Sprouts 41:; $1J.
\ Dark Cr Sweet ChocolatePuddinas r {

'I'"f','- .. . ... 4 :B.45"::; i ? FIt -- ,

I eel t r yr J1 ,-=. \_ k1 '

0

._",... lnrkKW.

White Bread . 2..h.. 3lcS.1W. Venice
REG. 33c SIZE
'
o. SniMlh w C'.hp

BLUECHEER Peanut Butter . 'tT39cAraixr : ,1 I' Shopping Center

*. Star c..... Geed ;

Beef Hash :I.0.1:: 39cArmodr'i 1 { I Store Hours:

You'll Me our equtpmtn too( Slr il Mon. Fri. 8:30
.. 9:00
:
:
Roomy moving v nt. ..ipecla MARKer
(zed moving tackle trained Tree.e . . 1 ;-.M7c ; 4 r
.
h.lp. But our rates are morate. < .A.... '. Star Sat 8:307:00II : :
.
Drop in and look us over

TODAY.THINK OF 33e. 19c'IZI Beef Stew':'':'. ... *=- 49c

\ i

limit 1 per customer w/ WE RESERVE kraft's sup erose l f beech-nut drained

I' : purchoiei of $5.00 or more THE RIGHT TO aI 1.purpose oil sweetener baby foods


LIMIT QUANTITIES '=' 49' B sire.A 69' 10 =' 99'



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By LOIS D. ALSTON reported a very enjoyable trip! An advance notice given br

Bill Lake, 10th St., and BiD -o- I "Pete" Bostwlck of oar )local

Allen, Placlda Road, were feted Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Boat and Country Club, Palm
with a double birthday par Kramer, who usually spend Point elates that on Feb. 29 I

ty, last Tuesday, at Lake's their winters here but who are Hop Lady's Night Sadie

home with Mrs Sena Andersen this year in Miami, have written Hop Lad'f Night Sadie

,,, of Spotless Town, actingas this column and encloseda Hawkins gets her man. Be hi
from their shape for this one, gala lYe
hostess. Among the guests poem daughter
WE VENICE GONDOLIER Houses For Sale Rentals Class Of 1973Applicant were Mrs. Sine Owen, Manor Madeleine She graduated Phi your night to howl. Dree M

CLASSIFIED Help Wanted Road, Archie Chapman, Chap Beta Kappa from Hunter College appropriate. The Cart Ektaorl

VENICE GARDENS FOR RENTALS STENOGRAPHER Bookkeep For man's Motel. Will Stamper, and is now teaching Eng will most."

RATES Furnished $15,500.00 In Venice Area err One who could become New David Safety, Harbor just and arrived Lake's from son lists and. Literature Here it is on, titled Staten"The Isl Mr. and Mr-o-*. WTOara )tad>-
to
Save secretary busy College
big executive.Also .
rent-Mo. on clos See Scotia, N. Y. for a vacation Gates are Locked" and dedicated man Hibiscus Drive, celebrated
log experienced
bartender
$4,20000 also
Charge Rate. both Thunday down takes CHIPS JOHNSON broiler cook. Phone What may well be the youn with his father from his em. to "the little boy who their tenth wedding anniversary
everything 488-
and Monday Editions Located $90.00 per month. Realtor 2295. est college applicant in AmerIca ployment with Male Associates hurries late to achool"'The last week with a dinner -
on one of the choice has filed for admission to in the north. 1 toll of chimes at the Bay Vista Restaurant
$1.50 waterfront Iota in Venice 308 W, Venice Av. the echoing followed by dancing atWood's
$ nation's
Gardens, with all 488-227 I Auto For Sale newest college. "Happy Birthday" was again Rings the lateness lot I
utilities. Cocktail Lounge all
Seven-year-old Roberta Der for Lake and Allen laterin
sung
Rush pell met deserted
Shape through
((12 word minimum! and size of lot afford BY OWNER. 3 Bedroom fur monda of Atlanta, Ga. hIS the week at a card party streets night They were accompanied '"

Additional Words, such 6c privacy in large back yard Dished home, by month or SACRIFICE, 1981 Chevrolet heard about the shortage ol held at the home of Mrs. Staring woodenly and friendless by Mrs. Kachman'a parent.
overlooking lake. :J bed year $139 per month, plus util Impala Convertible Excel space at fine colleges and Isn't Mayme Petitt with refreshments Mr and Mrs. Edward Hyne
lent at i
rooms, m baths, built in ities. Prefer retired or working condition. Full power. R. taking any chances. served by the hostess you.In and her aunt, Mrs. Marie
CASH rates, both* Thursday stove and oven, Screened couple No pets. 420 Harbor & H. No down payment Phone Roberta has Just made formal grim reproof. Hyne, from Huntington Station

and Monday Editions porch on S.E. side for year Drive. Will be vacant Feb 18 4B8-49B9 after 4-30 p.m. application for admission toNew Larry Nicol has been homeon Only the the clatter of shoes hitting N Y., who will remain

$1.40( round comfort. Perfect drain or 24th.VENICE. College at Suasota a fortnight leave from the furious pavementIn for a fortnight and then envplane
2 Misc. For Sale pace
age years old. Good new at Tampa for the return
furniture. Brand GARDENS. Furnished !in the Class of 1973. 1 17. S. Naval Station San Diego, Startles the silence.
new twin
112|; word m1nrmumJAdditional ) beds, Ref., drapes, carpet 2 bedrooms, :2 baths. Season NEW USED GARAGE ted-with The application was subm_ I California. Only the nervous flight of a
l Wnrds. each 5c dishes cooking utensils, or thru October. 488-3581: EQUIPMENT. check enclosed by ...0- frightened bird trip.Venice
her
mother
Mr..
Betty flea. Masons
For
--- blankets and yard tools. Tile Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication Another Navy man, Richard company.
to eI_ AT OSPREY, on Private Estate monda (1175 La Vista Road, Too late too late .
far roof Argentine Equipment Lee Shawgo, ia also stationed
A'.tlIA.d.rivMd .. .. grass, nice Repairs.
unfurnished N. W., Atlanta) behalf Meet
''Ir4' 4 bedroom; on 01 too late! Tonight
HIM I" ana Ixwrtin. ...a planting. On quiet dead-end TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. the at San Diego after enlistingJan.
I living second grader "We
room with
iii' ,* Mr* martlan IkawaftrrA street with expansive turn. fireplace; 1070 DeSoto Rd. hope 7th, according to his Venice!
,
Lodge 301, F&AM.
she
kitchen
af II la II may make the
u"I1M ; dining room grade In
.. (nr ... a, G..I'P.o.' around in a neighborhood of bathroom ; laundry; Sarasota, Fla. the future grandfather, Roy Stremmel Mr. and Mrs John Marie will meet today at 8 p m at
said
... ...,... M. opt/r to elu "' ... well kept homes that are not( one ; gas furnace and. Call collect 335-1240 monde. Mrs. Der Englewood, himself a veteranof spy, from Willis Ave., Port the Masonic Temple.Refreshments .
stove
I all alike.MYRON. ; GE refrigerator; vegetable World War I. Richard lathe Jefferson, L. I., N. are In I I will be served
ITION... garden; garage; available 2 MATCHING Grey Rugs One College President, Dr. son of Donald Shawgo, the Morrissey eY.on Pellvcan after the meeting. AU Master
McGLYNN Realtor March first, rent $100 9x12, one 8x9. Phone 488-3840, George F. Baughman sail: '
Chandlerville, Ill. and Road, Groveland for
1wr1d.y! or Monday p.prir 452 "New a graduate an ;Masons are invited, according
Shamrock monthly College is
Ph. 4884974BY annual basis. Phone dedicated to
of extended winter vacation with
word __ 8c Petersburg, Ill., High to Worshipful R Col-
George
Seaman 1959 I'H.P.( MERCURY providing
!868-2825: motor. the very best education
or own -
your
School. He intends to continue son Robert and daughter Mrs.
]lett I .
Jr., M8I
Minimum 12 words) Used little. $75. Phone r.I
( Realtor. very possible in the
OWNER Ideal location coming his education through the U. Herbert Bayer with her two .
ASH DISCOUNT 5% Near Gulf. 1 year old. 2 B R., 488-11A5. veer of the uncommon man. S. Navy program children, from South Action, I

2! Bath. Large living room, din Mobile Homes COMPLETE WARNER Electric The gesture of the Desmonds I .- Mass Willis Ave, !In Port

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY !log area. All-electnc kitchen, Co. rubber stamp outfit indlcatea they have a genuine Mrs Jewell Yates, a winter Jefferson, was named for 1 E1f rdlnk'e Itf Osprey

On Edition, per Inch: $3.00 disposal and refrigerator, FlorIda 10x38 MODERN TRAILER, lOx In unopened crat .. Sell one-. concern for the future. W. visitor from Illinois and house Charles Willis now a permanent
will I I $100,000 Liquidation
Both Editions per Inch: $3.50 room, utility room. Heat :20 concrete pats with full half price.. Sunbeem electric watch Roberta's progress guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn resident of our Pelican SaleJ

a n d aireondjtioninB! T M a I aluminum awning. All in excel mower, new motor. Many electric with interest and Join with her Griggs, took the cruise to Nassau Road. who gave the land fromthe 1 IP TO 49% OFF

ads In roof Landscaped 100x150: ft lent condition. Lot 174, Venice power troll Phone 488- mother in hoping she will be a New Providence, last Willis farm on Long Islandto

An ot Sprinkler system, own well, Municipal Trailer Park. 1687. member of"a future New Col week: with Mrs. Griggs and build the street there I I L..,,__....... _
advance except eftabliihed City water, sewer Many 1f'8"t9 elans
tccountfc 408 Valencia Rd Call 438 ex.trn. 10x45 ft., 2 BEDROOMS, front COOKOUTS WITHOUT ....

5178( for appointment. kitchen. Screened patio. On SMOKE. GE Rotesserie. Oven Legal

CANCELLATION canal. Venice Bay Trailer Broils, roasts, bake,. Used
or Part Lei 153. Wily ..... M.
nw
PRICED Bred do ot
FOR QUICK SALB little Excellent condition
ADJUSTMENT ap llD-.p. 1116.
Regents for cancellation .. South Venice 2 Bedroom, 1 1O1N6 FT. MODERN TRAIL pearance. Accessories stand, JYWEPB: H. BMOWX \isOP4 THRU THEReal '
bath home. Walking distance to, ER. 10x18 ft. long cord, out and indoor use MRJIJ..11,7.a1ii.aNd.IN
:
b of utility room
,
or adjustment| Ie. v s *
bay and gulf. Beach. Terms F 50x100 ft. lot. Private subdivision. $2S:: M Phone 4881109.rNPRD THB. COUNTY fVTXSVS 0011.1'IN
rror must b. mad for J. Korln k AND roll SARASOTA OOUhTT< ,
924-0158 7638 V
Cc
ion. 81 .
Hatchet Creek Rd. Vence
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Terr ROYAL TYPE.'lUT'R rLOWDA. W! J-BOBAIB I Estate
? Sarasota. I Bay Trailer Park. IN WDi: tPTATB Or I
5 fin. MI Monday. For Won- \\ '; with metal stand. LAJJDON< BAKNkS Daiauad.Probala .

day Gondolier BEFORE 5 3 BEDROOM freme. Comer NEW AND USED TRAILERS "Colde" filmatic 2x2 slide projector I *COTTC TO M* Ha. T,l.

[UK. os Thursday. lot, city water and sewer 1$' to 50', See New Moons. Fla. and equipped with strip TO ALL CREDITORS CBKDITOWI AND PERSON 4 '
Walk to school and store $7.250 Metro Models. H. J. Darlington projection equipment- All excellent HAVING CLAIMS OK DfcMANL! lie Corner

PHONE 30 per cent below cost! Call Sales, Nolto U., Hwy. 41. Ph. condition. Lot 75, Municipal AGAINST Vo, an SAID karabr ESTATE noUfiad:! and Twin*
488-1510 after 4 or weekends..TTRACTTVT" 4882808. Trailer Park. II fUa ur _. at d...... wUck 701mar
.h... aaiuiM UK ears rf LAN.
488-3125 A. INN BARNkS, D.M CJ, "U* frf R.r.- II YOUR GUIDE' TO BETTER HOME
": HOMK: In nice 10' x /$' VINDALE. ALUMI Boats For Sale: aye Coiuitr. Florida In ttx .,,,.. of
section of Venice Two bed NUM. 1 bedrooms, tiled bath, }t-. JOHN T. CRAMAJ. Cu-uou I

rooms, two baths, !screened gas heat, large gas tank wall MUST SELL %%' "Revel Bow.... Jixlt Bwou.... h FloHiU.m. Canny wllIol.l OoirtM ... k AND LOT VALUES

Real Estate porch and carport, 1001 Noko- oven, Kelvinator, sliding! doori, Craft" cabin cr er. standup skis mom*, (on,. Ui. bu ct U*
mis Ave. So. Venice flnt publlcatloi ol .*.U Notion.
,
$14.000 exceptional closet and
spare/ head: twin 1361: 40 H.P. ET- rash timln or tanut ewe b* IIIwrluni.
Low down payment No cloaing cabinets, TV antenna awn' igs, rude "Lark" motors. Loaded I ... l> dU| .h.n .....
CORNER PROPERTY 170xM costa. Call 488-8701. covered patio. Not new but re- with extras. tin. rlx. o( ...1.) .... u4 port ofllotmtirmt
in
ft. S unit Everything ex < tko ..
motel. 4 efLode. cb o CUmurtt hall b Iwont
.. Must sell tainted and refurnished.\ Nice cellent condition. Only by ... ClalmuW. bto ..... or U> ...
-Illness. Priori FOR SALE or LONG TERM location and wonderful neighbors Phone 4118.4961.' ton>vt" ball. W. aoaauwnlod. br I Loo MODEL HOUSE I 2 BLOCKS TO I
below property value On Lease Comer, 1 block sovth Lot 150 or call at office $1"75'1 nu.. Im, and ur ...I. rlaln. or doun
she Trail in Venice. Phone for of Venice no. n Ned .hall .b. ..... Tb. flllu f. !In East Venice Downtown Venice
limits US
city 41 HARBOR LIGHTS. LegalNOTICE 1/1/1/111 mar .b. adj" to tiw amount .( ..at....
particulars, 483-6635. CB :2 bath house originally designed .nil. rkUra ion... .mar III ooialnvj (ran 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
for conversion and '1M Conntr Jud... offlt. 3 Bedrooms 2 Beth City Water
FOR SALE by owner, First ansion to offices *x- PersonalGENE OF WTKNTIOW TO MARGARET. rAWOtTT. BARNES Formica KiTchun Paved Street 50' x 1 120' Lot
or other REGlSTUt FICTITIOUS NAM' a Ariminlfltntrlv." e La., of the Ka
Mtf. on local property, 8% commercial use. Zoned CI-A. Taa' aaoanliiiad doaa aarabr aarllfr au af LANIION BARNES, Dooaaa.Atairaarl Carport & Utility Centratly-ducted/ Gas Heat TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00,
Int payments monthly. Pre.- (Chief) get in touch thai aha la oonifucUni a Gift Shop >u I li l- r Prepaired
Realtors Screened Porch for Air.
nit balance $4,489.80. Addre with Rita In Milwaukee Important. at ftttt Illaml Any W., ..... tha'Irtltlon BXASWEIX.. BROWN. H. N. WIMMERS'
Byron Markle Ruth May '' n45 Slmatuxa 0.5and! Vanloa-Nokomli' Bank Bide Corner Lot 85 I I ISO conditioning
Bot SOl, Lake Worth, Fla. 488-4708 483-1833. V.., aaM tOw la .,mpad of .... foP P. O Boi T4T.VOTtea REALTOR
,.. ,. Fbrida.Pofcnrlll 10'
"F.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. .r ,"'paraoaa.... .a.*whoa a* fallows naiM,iJ ant e45.a fab. Ira t< ..< ..'. I. 10 inIK 221 W. Miami Are

Lots For Sale BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool I Mondays, 8 pm St. Mark's ,......, M.Pho.nenby.... racy.. Mlaari A.... W. THE COUNTY JUDOB8 OOUR'I'III GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT 488.5308

home. :2 bedrooms den, FlorIda Episcopal; Church: i'erieh Hall. ., of Slanatan GaJtery b n AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY 4886413INTERESTED'
room. 21x31 screened patio. Call 4884794. '>lowit) FLORIDA IN PROBATC

LOT O.V HIGHWAY 775, 142'xMI' Furnished it desired. Good flIncing. J.It.... M.II_Pana..........IM... par... An.ant.Saraaota ... ... IN RBI H.tSTATU LUX. Daeaaaoa.0VUUUU __ __ -
fronting on 2 paved 2102 Georgia Are., Eolewood. Business Personals cl ritti...-a.s- Q-;; -4.; f.; ?sass, nr nay '1M IN SOUTH VENICE ON
wads W. Geary Rt. 2 Box Count Flori'. Nonce TO CREDITORS
b nsbwth.
?
Grove City. .
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PkRSONS: JAMAICA ROAD
1381 aa.M aana Bitnalara' 0011... .....
Naples Fla. TYPEWRITERS and Adding lha ......._ of Ch...... IO'". law.of HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 2-bedroom CB home, terrain

LOTS 18 and 17, Block 1848, UNCLE JOHN new 2 bedroom NELSON house has anearly Machines (mechanically op- Florida mr Atta..of....1M1Wltaaw thk. llat aa> of AGAINST Port rated) Chemically cleaned, ,.....up. I... to lla mm claim! or dmait4 which paRs
Charlotte Subd. Re- Can handle on small down pay- like new Just $12.50 plus parts lUNl M. rayvsPubtl.h ban walut tha 0.4545 of HUGO ports, large lot landscaped.
added and zoned residential. ment Phone 4882307. It 1 AU makes. Venice ... I. I'. I'. ". 1N4 H. LUX.. ,-.... .lau of Saraaota Only $8000. GOOD TERMS.
required. Oountr. Florida III .... affloa. of
Telephone week days 488-6647. Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave H... JOHN T. GRAHAM. Earaaota.Countv H. N. W/ramers/ Reo/for/ ""
l"Chts and Sundays, 488-6342. NonrR or INTENTION: TO Joda-a, la ire Counlr Court CITY OF VENICE LOT
GOLDEN BEACH gulf 888111t REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAM' How at 811........ riorlda, wllita, its
sear Water Sewer PavementIn
on.. tndanlnail dam h.... nartlfr ralandar .....\h. Don. tha "... o( u.. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent City ,
LOT 582 Venice Gardens. Price Two bedrooms two bath. us do your PAPERHANGING that .h. la _oI1Ic&I.> a T...... and tint _11.._ of thU Notlna, and paid for. $1,900.
11850, (). Write Walter Polskl, and painting. Reason- 0.-a., bal..a Noaoala' Florida, Kwh .. or danced .... bo Mmtin for Wetter Union lel.qrapfc
SM 30 foot Florida room I nrtar .. tletl..... .... af VENIrE. *. ass .. duplioaui ahall .....
73rd Ave., No., St. Petersburg able. First-class work. Kroupa, TERRAZZO a CEMENT COMPANY tKa piss nf rraldcnoa, and port ..tit.. Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I Martin S. Stancik
Fla. on 112 ft. corner lot. 742550.reismaklng. ... that Mid firm. h aompoaad ol th< ..d.... of tat Claimant tball. .ba nroraW
,. .. .._. CLOSED SUNDAYS
REALTOR
p raona wboaa and br Uia Cl.lm.nt. hla amt ar bla' attnrneTI -
OVIR 519 GULF STREET alterations draperies 15..45 _I"""... an aa tol_INokomia ihall ba. aooompaniol br a 1100
AU(> I VNir BLOCKS Of RES. I.OTS!! Jawh R. 8...... P.T1- P..kwllp. fill.* -. and anr end elalm or damandnot HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice 488.5443 7
*. LOU BUalNtlia_Batas etc. reasonable 4M 1130 < FIori4oI| r. 0. Box IKS. Van- ooIM thall ba Told. Tha Mini faa -
J11" 'ACO B. "" mar. .ba added la the amount of claim, ,
For Sale O..ble of VanlM T...... 4 Ca. and rlalm formi mar be oIMaI... from. ..
ELK INLET!: Seawalled: private Apts. .ama Companr" b aa follow.I JoMph lha County ,."..'. "'11... _
boat SHEPARD H. 8...... lot Bar _&. MAUDE A. LUT.aa .
basins E. L. Kiiton bedroom CB home
It b air Intmtlon to apulr' to till .TimitiHw of tha Relate Lovely 2
Baythort Drive Nokomis. DELUXE COOP. 1 bedroom, 1 Clark of tha ClrrnM Can In and. fur of Intro: H. rile II....... with Fla room, screened
bath and 2 bedroom, 2 bath, LUMBER CO. Bans Can,, FlftHfla."< 10 ,.el.tw the AUnrnwl RRASWBI.L a BROWN,
RIVER LOT V nJc., Good for furnished I or partly furnished. I raH. ..... VFNlrS. TERRAZZO CO. Vanlfla-Nokntnl.. Bank BM"H NEW breeieway, carport, corner
cation 1003 N. Waihington Blvd. MEN COMPANY ..... tha prorblomf P. O Bon 747, r let 120' r 100'. Landtcaped.
cottage. Sacrifice '8-5698.. .. ....
Law. of Florida Mil I vmla, Fknsd.M..1' 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME
It t Sarasota fr.SOt.:
IWOO. Call 824-S484 Sara of Fab IT. 14 and ..'. t. t. !M4 Completely furnished Including
ota. cad Centrally Located washIng
_Rental__n _._ CITY WATER, SEWER AND PAVED STREETS stove, refrigerator -
ELLIOTT PAULfor machine, lawn mower,

SOUTH tomeait-f VENICE near beach.2 prime Low- vawirn 1 gar, PIa. B.. d.DANDY EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES $2,000 DOWN etc. Owner leaving. Said tell.

'* prices. Box 800. Et. I, ... sea 1 ps 80...V.f..I0.wI'h ...'-.r.45.4.aa. bay.c.a I ROOT TRUSSES I C EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY 10895.
gmta Springs Fla. LOU JAC08a. 4a'.1I1f Alum. Windows & Doors. $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER H. P. HORN

Contract Roofing A Painting TRADITIONALLet
MODERN FURNISHED: FRANK C. RAEBURN
Phone 488-2132 Venice
Houses For Sale rooms, bath. Central ducted us style your favorite vate REALTOR

-vE heat, cedar closets electric or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. REALTOR PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

aakar lrE. I Bdr. PI. R.., a. kitchen. Adults. Yearly basis, Business Opportunity R..,;;;-a a Restyllage 251 W. Venice Ave. Phones:: 488.1600488.2649N1oMEaiJ.' '
ii..- 1 tor BOIL "DURBAN Pee.rat. $60 month. Write p, O. Box 41 and Albee Rd.
Pri-.q. """Iw lll,_. All Lamp Report
J" an LOU JACOBS 48t-tsir 1302, Venice Investment .
LOW CAPITAL required
Worl and -
by Experienced Designers
to purchase! equity
4
MODERN FURNISHED
NEW
2 bedroom HOUSES rooms, bath, electric kitchen, front local moving and storage Craftsmen IiBllllli --...,,-
2 bath. City water closets central duct company. Excellent opportunity
With cedar THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
$$11,300 ,8'ptte tank C.B.S., heating, airconditionlng. Adults for owner-operator representing EAST GATE

Venice Garden. Yearly basis, $110 month. Write one of nation's largest I CHOICE LOTS
bedroom 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
1 bath, city water P.O. Box 1302 Venice. transportation companies. Cur
Aseptic. tank. C.B.S., 11. rant business established two Min. 85 feet wide

Venice Garden. DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS. :I years with excellent reputation SEE or CALL

".tebedroom.naeeerr'., 2 baths. City baths, complete, by season or In area. Business includes storage LARRY REDFORD

Itr.elt.!100( ). East Gate Ail. CBS.with ,paved 12. year 5698.. 100 The Esplanade, 488- bonking, local inter-moving and, packing!intrastate and IT'S' A HONEY FOR THE MONEYS AMOC.

41ge, Phone 4&-6413 or 488- furniture moves. Owner must bestway'JANITOR CHIPS JOHNSON

CASEY KEY on the! Gulf. J meet van lines requirementsfor 3 BEDROOM HOME CITY OF VENICE Real Estate
furnished house transfer franchise. All replies
SOUTH VENICE, S bedroom 8airconditloned. I bedroom 4882151. confidential. Write to P. SERVICE 306 W. Venice Ave.
bath, heated Screened porch. 488-1333. LARGE LOT, LARGE TREESI! Your own picnic grounds. Phone 88.360'1-0488.22'' I
I 0. Box 304 Laurel, Fla.
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Be tyPe hone.: City water and .aw... Garbage Disposal, Automatic Water
Owner. Tel
188-1682, r We Sp-ci.liie In Softner, on paved street Best section of town.

;WATERFRONT;;: INSTALL RESIDENTIAL SERVICEAlso LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN

HOME. :2: bed- Commercial BUY THIS LARGE HOME $1 4 WHETHER YOU'RE
bath QQC
: I WEATHERTRON-
WASHING OF EAVES
Drlvl RM"0" ble. Margaret i EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY Viu t BUYING
laurel Villa.lVnEAClWK. WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS OR
All ELECTRIC HIAT PUMP COMPLETE FLOOR CARE WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW! SELLINGYou're

,T-Bdr. Washing Waxing
Buffing Best
Wttai; T 8h.ddIExclluudve Warm Mineral Springs Area Values Are
HIATINO
10caUon. Q FREE ESTIMATESALL Found HEREIliI

tIt, lOOx500. SeawaU d. No WORK GUARANTEEDAll 3 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEWI! $400. Down. $67 Monthly

W'IaJl. BJ' appointment only. Payments including (merest and Principal.
our equipment h NEW for fatter,

I better and more efficient work CHIPS JOHNSON realtor

BEDROOM, completely fur GERALD W. CONEY, Owner end Manager ,

W'lehed' Separate aT rage. coon* Box 287 Nokomis Phone 4883392lIc.nsed 306 W. Venice Aye Phone 488-2241

B 11Ia U'RllbY.Mineral MargaritaO'6 COM and Insured or

41203 t., Member Chamber! of Commerce Branch Office at Kant Motel", Phone 488.1695
Vente Fla. 4884359
Inspection ire 744 Venice Av. E. .

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY_ 17, |ft: '
PAGE EIGHT H VENICE r GONDOLIER r -


END SEASON WITH 8.2 MARKLil LVWGA Event Won By Johnson, c. Rul(


Ruth Johnson I consolation..
June Johnson and Charlene consolation and finished I Next week's event will be
Indians Beat Rule shared honors in the and Florence second Beatty in the 9holeu low net tourney.
of the first and
Lake Class A Venice, 18-hole Women's division Golf ..........-.......'................................-;;;-.

As. n. "point tournament"Wednesday i
r..w
McIntosh 3530The at Lake Venice 1
Golf] Club with 32'f,
Rella Belghy and Thelma I es-

Demarest tied for second place Ii
Liz Indian of Venice 'capacity crowd in the high a 7 St with 31'.. w-r tsaw*
Junior High School ended their school gymnasium. In Class B competition, Mary i
basketball season on a winning Paced by the fine shooting 01 i. Veach and Ella Swett ended in
note here Friday afternoon by forward Richard Blizzard Venice a tie with Si's while Lela II I #
downing the previously undefeated grabbed a 22-15: lead at Hermanson was second with a e
county champion McIntosh halftime after the first quarter */ '
Eagles, 85-30 before a had ended in a 11-11 tie The 30.Pris McWilliams was first in I SSl. SsSiJUsiff
Lit Indians increased their 8-hole] play In Class A with a EX
margin, 27-17, after three periods IS and Adra Heise and Grace II j i
Kaydets Drop but saw it almost vanish Tomlinson tied for second. SE eM
when McIntosh scored four r Betty O'Shaughnessy/ Florence z 1
baskets in the opening minute Beatty and Ruth Johnson tied i ta/u/ B ; t
of the final quarter to narrow for the top spot in Class C feilEe1"K
R 76-66 Decision the gap to 2825.: 4 14iL. with 18's.Rella .
Belghy and Mary I
A full-court press by the S fWBTM IIKw =1 J<
Veach were tops in the 18-hole 1
Eagles backfired and they r DENT
' 1 :, EO ,
Eg
Fort drew repeated fouls that Venice
} To Myers converted to preserve the 1 } }r a pEVARTUA 1 1g

win. The Eagles tallied six' field Annual MeetingAt

KMI scored a whopping 51 goals and one free throw in the ... ....-_ .. i s
points in the second half Friday fourth quarter for 13 points n 8 a i
night at Fort Myers, buta while the Li'l Indiana hit for POWER SQUADRON OFFICERS New er; C W. Zabriskie, lieutenant commander, !
frigid first half was too seven points on a single] field Venice Power Squadron officers were electedat and Robert Eldredge, secretary, They will be Grove City i 1
much to overcome and the goal and five foul tosses installed at a change of watch party on 1
the meeting of the group Tuesday at Tarpon
Kaydeta went. down to their Avenge Earlier Defeat March 14. Committee heads will be appointed ENGLEWOOD The Grove I
13th defeat in 16 games, 76- The victory avenged earll.er Center Yacht Club. They are, left to after the installation. The local squadron City Civic Assn will holds its Why experienced
right, W H. Graham treasurer, Tom HammSr. is 6-years-old. Wednesday
.1 ', 36-35 ]loss to Mcintosh and annual meeting on
66.The tan Greenies sped to gave Venice an 8-2 mark for ., first lieutenant; L N, Taylor, command- (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf night in the Charlotte County
25-5 lead at the end of tin Building.The .
the year. The Eagles had a 9-1
opening quarter end led at record the same as last year. highlight of the meeting travelers goTrailways
halftime 4515. KMI had the Venice tied for county chanvJionahip Naples 57 Venice 50 Seeks To Outlaw will be the election of a slateof ,
edge, 28-14 in the third period last year with the Mc. officers for the ensuing year.
and 23-17 in the fourth Intosh five as each team A pre-meeting covered dish
Cliff Keller, Fort Myers forward traded victories when they met. dinner will be held starting at I i
was high point man for The LT1 Indian !second loss this A hot fourth-quarter by Venice .- White Sand Conference action Snook Snatching'The 6 p.m
with 28 Sophomore fell seven points short Friday tomorrow night when they
the home team season came at the hands of All Grove City Civic Assn.
Burr Prewitt tallied 18 Brookside 3735. ]night at Naples. and 57-50 the meet the Tigers at Palmetto Sarasota County Commission members are urged to attend Traflways treats you belter .an over the map I
Eagles emerged with a
for KMI and Roger Burrin was Morton Chiles was runnerup non-conference Venice Landgraf, 1-0-1; has moved to outlaw this Important meeting and 1 Travel !trst'classlnAmerica's most modern busei
victory over
runnerup with 13. to Blizzard Friday with eight the Indians. Hawks! 0; Sikora, 6-5-17: ; Mor. the taking of snook by snatch Grove City property owners in- i Vista-view windows. Reclining seal Immaculate
The teams took a total of I gin. 0-2-2; Byrd, 3-4-10; Harrison hooks. terested in the welfare and improvement -
Gibson, the
points. Jerry ,
Venice trailed 45-27, after i restrooms.And people schooled to make your trip
M shots from the foul line and 8319. Totals, 18-14-50. A resolution to this effect are invited to at
tallied
fame's leading rebounder -
hit on 40 of them. KMI was seven and Steve Dalton] like three quarters of and the at looked Naples Pease 1-1-3; Ritchie was drawn by CommissionerFred tend. { a pleasure. all the wayl f fPemee.e
22 for 35 and Fort Myers, 18 five.' Guard Mike Graff went week's a repeat 61-38 loss to previous Naples. I 1-0-2; Bowen 6-1-13: Haigh and adopted by the All who attend are requestedto I
for 36.Fort. Clark, full commission its Feb. provide covered dish, card
into the fray early in the fourth But the Indians came back, 9.4-22; Berson. 71.15: at 6 u
Myers copped the jayvee quarter after McIntosh had Morton, 1-0-2. Totals, 25757.: meeting. 1 table and cHairs, if available,
and trailed three
tilt. 61-33. strong by . The resolution directedto and table service. Coffee will 'iilli !
narrowed the Venice lead to points, 51-48, with. less than Venice .9810 23-50 was
The KaydeU meet Sarasota three points and played an outstanding two minutes to Naples ... .. 11 14 20 10-57 the county legislative dele be served. I *X0 X0i
at home tomorrow Conference night clash.in a floor for the LIT Indians. Steve Clark, 6-5 go.Naples center gation with a request that it The committee In charge of -- I t
White Sands includes CharlesE.
take the matter up with the arrangements
KMI-Hcpler, 0-3-3; McCray In the preliminary Mcln- man, was with the 22 game's-six coming!high point in Program On Diet state conservation board, inasmuch Yale, Clayton Rhodes, i --S------ O
S-2-8; Prewitt 7-4-18; Lage- osh's Junior defeated as it understood. the James Padovano, Mrs. Clayton :
rangy varsity the final minute and halt of
naur, 0-1-1; Cockrell 0; Me- the Li'l Indian Jayvees the contest. board would act on such mat Rhodes, Mrs. Charles I
Gowan 1-2-4; Wallet 1-0-2; behind the 12 effortof ters only upon request of a Spmosa and Mrs. William E.
38-26
point
For the third game in a row, At VG
Toncray, 22Cooke; 1-1-3; Handrick. ThursdayThe county's delegation. Herdman. Ii
Billy
Bob Harrison the Indian
Sharpe, 3-2-8; Burrin, 4513. was 1 i Easiest travel on earth
McIntosh led, 11-6, after the top scorer. He hit eight field I
22-22-M.
Totals, second diet will. Ever fill frankfurters with Notre Dame and the Air
first quarter and 22-12 at the goals and three free throws program 1
Fort Myers Radcliffe 5-5- be held Thursday at the Ven- sticks of Cheddar cheese and Force Academy will play their : From VENICE One-way

15: ; Keller, 9-828; Hillmyer, :2- helf.periods The was score, 2917.after three i against.'Iso in Naples double for figures 19 points.were ice Gardens Recreation Center, wrap with bacon before broil- first football game at Colorado I MIAMI ,........ .......... $ 5.40 I

1-3; ,Stonecypher 3-1-7; Costello 5-2-12; 1-1-3 England ;- The loss dropped Venice toe Jim Sikora 17, and Bruce at 8 p.m. Dr. William E. Des log Extra good! Springs, Colo., next Oct 10. 7 Convenient trip*-only 5 hoursI

Hendry 2-0-2; Fussell. 1-0-2; 5-3 mark for the year and Byrd, 10. Fortes Sarasota cardiologist I TAMPA .. .. .. .. ... $ 2.10
Stickles 1-0-2. Totals 291876. left the jayvee standings in a Naples won the jayvee contest will about act sodium as moderator restricted and diets talk I V/OLFER MOTORS, Inc. i 8 Daily trips-only 2'/l' hour I

KMI 5 10 28 23-66 three-way tie for the title. Sharing 54-46. for cardiacs. RAMBLER DODGE : I ST. PETERSBURG .. . .. $ 1.95
Fort Myers 25 20 14 17-76 the championship McIntosh with and the The Indians will return to Dr. Samuel O Sager Venice ?I5 S. Tamiam! Trail 488-3965-488-6IS0 i 7 Daily trips via Sunshine Skyway I
Lit Indians
St. Martha's.are cardiologist, will be on the SPECIALIST IN i LOS ANGELES . . . $70.60

WilliamsThornburyShuffle Top point maker for VeniceIn SJHS Ekes Out panel as well as Mrs. Pat e Brali Repair Lubricate Chats! t I i New Thru' service via Dallas-Phoenix
the ]loss to Mcintosh was Rickey, director of the Venice S Front End Alignment Oil Change i
WinnersGrace Randy Willis with 10. Steve .I. Hospital l Dietary Department;. e Front End Overhaul a Adjust Headlights Beams PLAN YOU J
and Mrs. Julie O'Keefe Director
,
Brown was runnerup with Wheel Balancing a Electrical
Repairs
Williams of Nokomis seven and Terrv Owen was 35-34 Victory of the Venice Visiting e t iiiiis.
and Fred Thornbury of Indiana next with five. Others hitting I Nurses Service.. Radio Engine Repairs Overhaul a Any Automatic or Standard TRAIL.
teamed up to whip Frank the scoring column were John Mrs. Rickey will explain Transmission Repair ..
Hanks and Lou Jacobs of Venice Drawdy with two and Jim polyunsaturated fat diets, how ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT VENICE BUS STATION
61-3, in the finals] of the Kulakowski and Greg Chapmanwith Over KMI FroshIn these diets are differentiatedfrom Aircondifioning Repairs and Installation
bi-weekly game of pot-luck at one apiece. saturated fat diets, what 135 Tampa Ave. Phone 488-5412
the Venice Shuffleboard Clubon makes a polyunsaturated fat,
Coach Al Budner has a record
a contest that saw the
and how today's diet affect
can
Friday.
of 17-3 his two at
in years
lead change hands on almost tomorrow's heart health.
Thirty-four participated in the helm of the Li'l i Indian
every field goal or free throw, Miss Katherine Blackshear,
the tourney. varsity and Bobby Ball is 10-6 r
Sarasota Junior High eked outa home demonstrator for the
with the Junior varsity. 35-34 win over the KMI Frosh Florida Power and Light Co. P
So T.ft.E-T.C-II" Friday afternoon in the closing and Mrs. Catherine Love, t w 8 y, ?

rr DOLLARS _........ u.,,_ game of the season for home demonstration agent for ,; Lkr'lQ4: w r :+
both teams. Sarasota County, will also be a B 1?
Elferdmk's of Osprey \ Bruce Brantley scored 17 '
Call: present. Mrs. Vivian V. Rice :
\ points in a losing effort for the will the Sarasota I
suwnaiwwa HUGH I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I 3 3I represent
Kaydets The defeat gave KMI County Heart Assn.
:
sawwi's"ia McPHERSON I VP TO 49% OFFl.'j' C a record of four wins and six Anyone who has a specific
P59-141 488-4567 losses on the season. Sarasota would like
question they answered
'- ended up with a 3-7 mark should call the Heart of- !

fice in Sarasota at 955-9376 and
-
these will be channeled to the
proper speaker for that night

1. DItINER SPECIALS

Game And FishCommission -r rwramW



Sets "Z M *JllijLaajtt ttfe -.- r* ms J 'aH.",..""*"' l.r 1 KlMLaiM' w4L

r EARL Y.\\fYNN'S ] Public Hearings


Hunting and fishing rules
and regulations for the 1964-85
season will be discussed at 29
public meetings to be held
throughout Florida by the
MONDAY, February 17th Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission during the months
ROAST LOIN OF CORN FED PORK of March and April. sNoaRIN" ;{
S2 45
Fresh" Apple Compote According to A. D. Aldrich
Commission director, these annual

TUESDAY February 18th meetings represent an CONDOMINIUM the new wonderfully eiciting concept s'3
effort on the part of the commission
for *
a multi-family dwelling Maintenance and i
LAMB SHISH KEBOB CO CC to provide the sportsmen worry-free, every ?;,f
his
owner owns residence
of Florida an opportunity apartment as hit home, with separate
Rica Pilatt I. T V* 03 title and deed.
a to
urgu. express an opinion and to
have a part in establishing Punt Gorda Isles fates LONY 'J
WEDNESDAY, February 19th both great pleasure in announcing the' x
/ hunting and fishing regu season's most
ItH' excitinq new entry in Florida's condominium $
I BAKED CHOICE CALFS SWEETBREADS ON TOAST CO CC also lotions provide The the public commission meetings an stiles the ,Isles Colony condominium apartments sweep- Condominium

i Mont. Bello Wa .ww opportunity to explain the rea- Discover this luxurious new carefree life! Discover a wonder. 4

aching behind certain regula ful future in the Isles Colony, a waterfront apartment complex : Residences
THURSDAY February 20th and tions. The final 1964-65 rules truly designed for tomorrow's living today! t? Visit Punta CJorda Ikies-"The Sportsman '''
regulations will be established
'

SOUTHERN FRIED SPRING CHICKEN at a meeting of the Where else in Florid and all the Caribbean can one find >s; many s Paradise'-eons discriminating i See why so .,
$$2.65
Country Gravy Corn Fritters and Bacon commission in Tallahassee In such incomparable features: ? the Isles Colony for year-around people prefer or ;,:;
late April, after all 29 public {, winter
S On the s residence.
FRIDAY February 21st meetings have been held. fashionable southern shore of Charlotte' Harbor

Pre-regulations meetings Include Each waterfront condominium unit overlooking fabulous mePUNTA GORDA ISLES

Casserole of Lobster, Shrimp, Scallops au Sherry : tine vistas and gorgeous crimson sunsets j: .
S2 55 First District South FlorIda at the city of Punta Gorda, U. S.
a U Newburg : Dade City, March 9; Bar. I A private beach for sun and swimming. Highway he41, south of Sarasota. S::?

OVEN BRAISED FRESH BRISKET OF BEEF tow. March 10; Tampa, March S Your own private boat dock for Follow signs. ft'S
CO yr 111; Sebrlng, March 12; Ft. sailing, pl.asure-cruising. or y featuring exclusive waterfront '
Pot.to. Pancake V Myers, March 13; Sarasota, fishing in Charlotte Harbor, the largest body of shelteed nomesitei custom-built water-
March 14. Gulf waters ,south of the frost line in the United States. front homes and the Isles Colarion ,.

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: Soup Baled Potato or French Fries, Vegetable du jour S On. mile to downtown shopping centers, churches, hospitals, k 1796 any W.condominium Avenue apartments

Salad Hot Rolls Beverage and DESSERT for schools, ate.Generously + Punta Gorda {tiff
an r# Florida ts;
Have Your Next Dinner At enjoyable GOLF S super-large one and two bedroom condominiums hj

EARLY WYNN'S STEAK HOUSE! day of priced from a moderate $17,990. land Included. {{ 'Y

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U. S. 41.4 MILES SOUTH OF VENICE I II SARASOTAGOLF PUNTA

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For Reservations PHONE
488.2295 i DAILY r

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Entertainment Wednesday Through Sunday II I 1 Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. A JLLljkJ Punta Qorda. FlorM.T .
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