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

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$4,500 Subscription Con"test .Stas""is







VENICE TIDES 1

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on FlondVi West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis Venice, South Ventce, Venice Gardens, Venice East t. Englewood, North Port Charlotte

PL :20, NO. 15 28 PAGES MEMBER, THB ASSOCIATED PRESS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1964, VENICE, FLORIDA MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION PRICE 10 cents_



Population Forecast Shows New 1964 Ford Or Cost,




South County With 31,950 1I, $500 In Cash, $$500 Bond



m eye-opening set fnrr1::; A survey completed Jan. 28 projected population estimatefor I
IJB t statistics c showed 10,650 meters in use by 1970 in the South County And Many Other PrizesMore
nendoui\ anticipated growth South County householders Is 82,000, and for the entire
he South County area over Figuring an average of three county 155.000. I ar
next decade were released persons to a family, the cur. In the following five years 1 1.I than $4,500 In prizes cash, Savings Bonds and commissions
Jnesday by Joseph A. Ryan rent estimated population for by 1975 the research firm I including a new 1964 Ford Custom Special two-door
vice district manager for the area from Blackburn Point sees an increase of nearly 20,- I Iw sedan or its cost, will be awarded by The GONDOLIER in a
Florida Power and Light Road through Boca Grande 000 for the South County, fora .I 111 mammoth subscription contest, which opens today for the enrollment
stands at 31950. total of 80240. Projected of contestants
V figures, compiled for the Now 91,200 population for Sarasota County The $4,500 worth of merchandise, prizes, cash and bonds
fl by the First Research Using the same yardstick, by 1975 will be 200,600. : will be awarded to the men and women of this area who enter
,--noration of Miami, also in Sarasota County total esli- A breakdown of current estl! : their names as contestants and use spare time gathering 500
,de updated population esti-! mated population at the closeof mated population figures for I FREE VOTE COUPONS, and new and renewal subscriptions
itt for the various South January stood at 91200. the South County by communl for The GONDOLIER This contest is fully outlined in this
,sty communities, based on By 1970, First Research Corporation tie, follows: newspaper from start to finish Readers can profit by reading
number of meters now in predicts that the e Laurel (Blackburn Point about it regardless of whether they enter to win one of the
by consumers of electric- population of the South County Road to Nokomis), 2,000. valuable prIZes.
will virtually double itself. Thebrine In addition to the new $2,482.50 Ford or its cost! the prize
e Nokomis (to Venice city DELIVERY OF A NEW 1S64 FORD (if the Bill Phillips Ford, completed arrangementsfor lt: includes a $500 cash prize, a $500 U.S. Savings Bond or its
limits), 4500Venice winner chooses a car instead of its cost in the delivery of a car to the winner while cost for entrants residing outside of the city limits of Venice,
e (city limits), 5.200. cash) Special Custom two-door sedan as first Wm G Lancaster right, who has been em. a $259.95 Frigidaire mobile dishwasher, a $209 95 G. E air con.
[ Aquarium a South Venice (subdivision), prize in The GONDOLIER's $4.500 Subscription ployed to manage the contest, looks on. The ditioner and an estimated $750 in cash bonuses and commissions
1,900. Contest was guaranteed Friday when car in the background is the Grand Prize. to non-prize winners It costs you nothing to enter or
e Venice Gardens (subdivision Edward D. Ball, left, publisher of The CON Full details about how the contest will be win Every entrant wins a prize or shares in the commissions,
), 1,800. I DOLIER, and Bill Phillips, center, owner of conducted are pubuished in this Issue. (Continued on page 5))
onsiders Venice 190.e Venice East (subdivision),


(subdivision C Warm ),Mineral 725, Springs Politics To Fore As Candidates Announce I
Leyor' Smyth D Brohard an- cite several advantages of e North Port Charlotte (city
nced at a press conference such an attraction: an In- limits), 1,800.

wrday the city has beenpreached crease in the number of tourists e Englewood (Saraiota); :* :X- :* :X- :* *
by a group inter- with an estimated 100,000
.M in establishing a marineutrium yearly necessary to support County), 5000, Temperature of the South the parade of candidates by Republican Robert M (Bob) assured of a contest at the Sullivan of Sarasota, formerlyof
here such a project; a payroll of ap e Englewood (Charlotte County political pot raised I announcing in Tallahassee he I Wright of Manasota Key, May 5 primary election. Re- Venice. Sullivan will run on
I can't give you the name proximately 18 persons, including County), 4,000e from a simmer to a slow boil would seek re-election to thecongressional A third District 5 commission publicans currently hold the I the Republican ticket
Brohard said two and Manasota Key (Sarasota this week with the announce post he has held candidate is Republican majority on the commission, A candidate for re-election
t fa group, marine biologists;
Kause they are still lookingother increased advertising for VenIce County), 500, ments of two more candidates 12 years Charles E. (Chuck) Schmitt of with Huston and one other to the office of South CountyJP
locations" through billboards locatedon e New Point Comfort (Char- for the District 5 county com Latest candidates In the Venice Gardens, who announced Democrat, Johnson Warren of is E. S (Bill) Raymond of
V mayor said-the outfit In- all main roads throughoutthe lotte County). 2000. mission post, one for sheriff commission race for the single his candidacy two weeks Sarasota, as minority mem- Venice, also a Republican.
e G r o v e City (Charlotte and one for justice of the peace District 5 seat Include one bers Raymond is the only candidateto
tad in the attrac- state brochures
building plus
here operates one of the the city promoting County), 1.200e from District 2. Democrat, Incumbent Masel ago.With two Republicans in the First sheriff candidate to announce announce for the post so
oo'i oldest and largest ma- He said discussed at 300, Cape Haze (subdivision), Rep, James A Haley Joined C Huston of Venice, and a commission race, the GOP is U William A. (Bill) far
plans X- XMYbEL X- X-
in another
it aquariums two Informal meetings with Placida area, 600. --
it "They know their busl- (Continued on page 6)Colorful ) e Boca Grande, 1.250,
and are financially re- -
wible," Mayor Brohard

M.t. Show I wab M s
mayor raidthe, group tIn bWwtM Home
establishing its 1' dr
fvAm somewhere between
draton and Venice, pref- c t ) f k ; e 1 sic

Biggest
( highway And he noted .
5 '
it t Venice meets the require- sv4
nti better than any other
to The Vanlce area's first Home marketed and manufactured in
rohard said an area approx- Show and Industrial Exhibition the area, the show will have
'rely 275 by 375 feet Is need. opening Wednesday at the something of Interest for nearly C ..., r.
for the attraction, with a Ringling circus arena, prom- everyone Admission will be i
'alive location at the city ises to be the biggest and most free and entertainment will be '
>ch having been discussed colorful ever staged on the staged five times daily. rr III
'e actually have only one Florida West Coast Besides well-established products
that would suit," laid the Set for a four.day run visitors to the show will (
'er and that is the public through Saturday, Feb. 29, have the opportunity to see -. .-. -
cli.:" from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m, daily, brand new products for the E, S. RAYMOND ROBERT M. WRIGHT C, 11LSTON: WILLIAM: A. SLLUVAN: REP. JAMES A, HALEY
Advantages Cited the' gala event will be kickedoff home and leisure time activ I
a1O\ Brohard went on to by a parade starting at 2 E S, (Bill) Raymond, In- Robert M. (Hob' ) Wright of Masel C Huston, South County William A. (Bill) Sullivan, Congressman James A. ra. ,
p.m. in the downtown business ity.Jimison said the show will cumbent justice of the peace Manasota Key, Venice buai- member for the past year widely known Sarasota County ley announced Tuesday he
m district consist of 70 or more displays, for District 2, has announcedhis nessman who first came to of the Board of County Commissioners sportsman and long active in would' seek re-election to the
To Parade Sponsored by the Venice designed to acquaint people of candidacy for re-election on Sarasota County 14 years ago today announcedhis the fields of conservation and House post he has held for 12
bin Area Chamber of Commerce, the area with a wide range of the Republican ticket. has announced he will seek candidacy for the District animal control, has announcedas years The representative from e
Sunday the show is being staged by products. In announcing his candidacyfor election to tie: County Commission 5 Democratic nomination to a candidate for the Republican Flonda Seventh Congressional
Kentucky Military Insti-! veteran producer S. M. (Jim) Visitors will be able to pur the nomination to a second in District 5, subjectto the same office for a four-year Party nomination for sher. District filed his qualifyingfee
<- full dress parade will be Jimison in the big auditorium chase nearly all of the itemson term in the May 5 primary the Republican Primary term iff in the May 5 primary, with the Secretary of
U I Sunday at 3:30pm, at the of the Ringling Bros, and Bar. display, or merely window. Raymond cited "improvements At the same time, he announced Huston was appointed to the A Sarasota resident since State office in Tallahassee
ode grounds on West Veni num & Bailey circus winter shop for ideas to incorporateIn "' he has made that B. W, (Pat) board on April 4 last year by shortly after the county was prior to announcing his candidacy
i Avenue. headquarters at the Venice a future new home. since taking office in January Kearney, former New York Gov. Farms Bryant to fill the created in 1921, Sullivan, who Haley Is a Democrat.
f tea for visiting parents Airport. Opening ceremonies at the last year, including: State congressman for 16 unexpired term of newly elected for several years operated a The veteran legislator will
f friends will be held after Designed to give homeowners arena by Venice city officials e Establishment of a cen- years, will be his campaign sea food business, is makinghis seek his seventh term in office
} Parade at the KMI Venice new ideas and to display and other area dignitaries are trally located office at 410: E treasurer, The Ve-nlce-Noko- State Sen Warren S. Hen first bid for elective pub- from a district made up of
ding, new products for the home, (Continued on page II) (Continued on page 8) (Continued on page 8)) (Continued on page 8)) (Continued on page 5) (Continued on page I)



I Annie Ruth 'Monkeys Around', Comes Up With A Gadgeting I



By SAM: DILLON Invention Is a device to aid each time the unit I is used. ," states the instructions, would be if allowed to grow
LAUREL The four years nurserymen in the rooting of "The second time it Is used," "place Dura-Bands in a solution In flats where the roots could
Annie Ruth Summers spent cuttings A Dura-Band unit states the advertising brochurefor of fungicide to sterilize. intermingle,
"
"monkeying around" with an consists simply of one dozen the new product "the Drain and reuse, Rooting
idea for a product that could metal sleeves, each about two nurseryman saves money. Experiments with units of 12 Square shape of the Dura-
prove a boom to the wholesale inches square across the open Each subsequent time it is Dura-Bands in the metal tray Bands also encourages the
nursery business has paid ends, and a rectangular metal used, the nurseryman makes for growing annuals and rootIng roots of the cuttings to grow
off in a brand new industryfor container to hold them .open money" cuttings are said to have down Instead of winding around
the Venice area end up. Another advantage of the been above average in resultsto the sides, as Is common in the
Bit the popular Laurel nurse On the "build a better Dura Bands, as cited in the the grower. Neither are the round containers.Mrs. .
erywoman insists the lion s mousetrap" theory, Mrs. Summers \brocnure:: is the resistance of roots damaged in transplanting Summers, who has been
share of the credit belongs to and Brewton hope the I metal to fungus "When reus- from Dura-Bands as they (Continued on page 2)
r Lee Brewton of Leco Engineering new tin-plated steel containers
Warfield Avenue, will eventually prove so valuable
Venice, who developed the Idea in the prorogation of
I
into a workable and she plants that they will be used I 'Hootenanny' Stirs Up Tempest
hopes, saleable product. by the millions.
Brewton, on the other hand, Durable
r 4 Is just as insistent that the Greatest advantage of the Venice City Council will in. boys had their youth center ference Nevertheless, the per.
0 L bulk of the credit should go Dura-Bands over other rec. vestlgate the report of an im and should not be allowed to formance was stopped about
to Mrs Summers, who saw the tangular types, according to promptu hootenanny at the congregate on the beach. 4:30 p.m. and the performers
need for the newly developed Mrs. Summers, Is their reus Venice Beach Pavilion Sunday Police Dispatcher Frank J. persuaded to leave the beach, '
device, and minimizes his partin ability She also cites the ob afternoon. Covill Jr, said a report of the Covill saidCouncil .
its development. vious space-saving advantageover Acting on the complaint of incident had been made to police postponed discussionon
Indispensable the round pottery con- in irate citizen, police found a Chief John C. Shockey whois
Nearly as simple as the tainers, along with the lighter group of local boys playing out of the city. He told The the operation of the Casino
paper clip and the safety pin, weight and virtual indestructa musical Instrument outside I GONDOLIER many people on until next Tuesday afternoon
Annie Ruth hopes her inven bility of the Dura-Bands. I the pavilion. : the beach Sunday enjoyed the when Robert A. Byrd, the
tion will become just as indispensable The inventor and manufac- Gen. Lyle H. Miller, U.S M.C. boy's musical "fforts. Several beach pavilion operator and
'L trade with Bunny Thompson (left), to the nursery turer also contend that the Ret, of 632 Granada Ave, people testified the youths had
INVENTOR
I Annie Ruth Summers (cen- nursery in the sales and distribution end I trade. somewhat higher Initial pur who made the complaint, demanded done nothing harmful. Donald S. Bredmg who ope
,II|oWner at of the Summer. Nursery on the her of the partner business, and Lee Brewton, owner of Registered under the trade- chase price of the DuraBandswill the musical program Many citizens said they could rates the beach concession can
\Unite Laurel she dreamed up one for the of the wholesale Darau Leco Industries at Venice, the manufacturer, mark "Dura-Band," the new be offset by amortization b* stopped at once. He said the see no reason for police Inter. be present.

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ATTENTION 1ST YRI :CITY t HOME SHOW RINGLING WINTER BROS.QUARTERS .f ,

MORE '64 I
TO SEE IN I
P""' Y JIMISON' PRODUCTIONS i
Voaufecturen I H'Ao/ew/efi/ / ReferMereAwiri/ ANNUAL 1w'Space Call 488-4106 f

Fees Admission, Door Priiei, E M r *inment FEBRUARY 26 TO FEBRUARY 29 OPEN 2:00: P.M. TO 10:00: P.M. Sponsored by Venice Area Chamber of Commerce I li I

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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20

PAGE TWO THE VENICE GONDOLIER w. aoknnlaFab.
Ill Bouddar. VenlalBarbara .
Peb U Mania.Hoeall .

Hospital Report JUdmoad.I..n.Vanl Colaina..l $4111.Jlokonilil D.I.. Ima.ra. Hkontlll ..- :Is'. Nakas1.Cosafard, C4r1.. Oam LtaA'ii: vie

I Obituaries r Barbara Jean Shot,. v... Onld Mama Vealeei lI ?* I
I
AnMlS810NS Nokomtal Lorvtta
t.. Port Chan asap. V.k
Pat, 1. o..rl l.xp' Val..l Feb. Hi Bilk 1"1. f .... 14 Edna Amy
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V.1.IC. Earl V..1t-
r.lmw C.II..W Venleal
W.rtorta Snyder
A. nl. IImn. Plecl.U .
WWI noroth Sl... Emlwrnodl' .. KrlorMDownlnt lotto I Guy Roy M.e.d...... Oapraylrbaru. I and :..... Venloai RdwSl\ ...,
Barracks 744
ALMER L. CROCKER Revere Copper and Brass Co.. KONSTANTIV BUCINSKI Nokomis Methodist Church. Englewood JCnilnroodl: I Uury Mrm, Havana, Vanloal Hollywood.. Edmund al! Caarlea Klelnhulien, Loio.

Almer L. Crocker 68, of Chi Chicago where he had worked Konstantin Bucinski 83 of Survivors Include his widow Veteran Englewood Shori vxla.rb.... II Yrd n, rq,1.n. YmkaAttest '.. .. Farrlar. Chwlottal JR. .. lie IATou", _. Venleewffiv. ,
Nokomis visitor for the Vennerholm a Civic Assn., and Englewood h Part 4'A.rlatni' W.... Uorth Port V"lal Dorothy ..... ant
cago a I for 38 years. He was a nativeof Venice Municipal Trailtr Park Mrs. Janice S. ; 1. Kane N. .. Frank Stern Van."Trrtt
H. _. Vanlaal Feb. II ,,
Roth CI Katlim
of Community Club. WIII+... fmngtr.Kink V..I.: "d_
past two months died Saturday Chicago. died Monday at Venice Hos- sister, Mrs. William Skelley member of Boule. V......, Marl Wallah. Nakamb L. rall .IMI, any llenardo ..,....
He was a Morgan.
at Venice Hospital. Survivors Include his widow pital. DeKalb 111 and a nephew IT Patay JangIaltan. 1 Hot Rohs. Part (#arlotui, Mal

He was retired In 19ST from I Mrs. Lillian E. Crocekr; a His summer residence was Clifford'SkeUe,., also of De- yard Presbyterian Church in Feb.: U 1..1.. H..Edeln.: PI..IcIa 11.0-, Maotte. NoIIom'.1 w.tkln.' Vir.Enekemll G. (ib..... W _Manarat_ Venlrai Wltoy, Vmlaal Samuel! SnW.

daughter Mrs Ruth Matzelle, in Ind. He had beena Kalb. Columbus.He Ida re DlofMI.hl..n: ..... 0.0007 Coal'.. V..I., ...... Ahm.l" ,
i Kewanna his widow o0. U.p.V, "..... L. a.tth. VmlalInd .1. V.l.a P..... Ch.. 111, (vxplrad).
la survived by NoIoIo.
ALLEN of Chicago; a sister I Mrs. Kate winter resident here for 12 Services were conducted yesterday r. Para, Nahanbt Funk K.II1.k Ilan T. Pan" I .... IS Frank navli rfena .
of Engltwood. ....,. enmdaiDane Sank, Rind.. lndl.na "
Mrs. Laura M. Sargeant 1'amphrtl .
Vnle.l "' Downing, Eulnran'TEnllawond
FuneralHome ... WaleFeb.
and Rawl |
Convalescent and Anderson of Chicago two years He was a native of Panavize at s Wllkuad, Vanlai, Barbara Rapt IA Nad. M. II...ad Roe HanInn.Rut. | .
grandchildren. Lithuania.Mr. Chapel by The Rev. ml.. Plan rr.tr.pum. VenloaiSantera '
V..t. HlKl. Vanha,
Clara apmeee Ja.q
be held tomorrow -
Services will Nokomh: t
Nursing Home Services are being held in Buclrmkl was a retired John L. Jones, pastor of Ven- John Elanar Part Chark4tal. MM. Pin-. 24 Hour S.rvie.Phone ; burial in Mount Ict-Nokomis Methodist Church- at 11 a.m. at Rawles Fu BndF ILk I Cell NkhM.eb Co.,1.nep rom......, Vonl. '
Hurling Chicago with farmer and Erie Railroad em Fort Mrent
nerd Home Englewood with BIRTIISiIOWNING &jr. ., 10m... *"*.. Pak Char. F.b.. 17i Hcle. RI.hp. N......,.
488-1702: Rawles Gulf Pine Memorial !!: _
Venice Olive Cemetery there. ploye. Burial in .., Fmtl ro..dl.' IneaMMXh laMJn n.1I1, Venire. i .
The Rev. William I/ Everhart lottel' ...... v......, Oa"Xeotal
SIT PONCE OS LION A VI. Funeral Home was in charge He was a member of the Roman Park. Mr. and M... Roy R, Imloakea! K.th..ln.! CunNok..I. -. Manly
.... et Englewood Community ., AKklf Pal Klin, ,
---- ., a.I.a.. V"leaFloe. I.glyd( ..
of local arrangement. Catholic faith. Presbyterian Church official.Ing. En.I....... dauthtar Valarla JcanetU ....... Ic John_ Jon. ...n....... V.1.oo1 mbl: .AllMlltal.. V....., B.
... FRANCIS H. STONE JR. V ...... V..,..,
Po.
.. ..
I Survivors include his widow Graveside services at Cull Downing, bars Pet.. II at <4:41<: am.KOPF .., ....kl... ........ loan A
For HOSPITAL and LIFE INSURANCEMETROPOLITAN Francis H. Stone Jr., 75, a John W, Van. haId' EARCRRPek. vala.1 Mime. v0..
Mrs. Frances Bucinski; two Pines Memorial Park will be Mr. and Mn. .. William R<.e. Venlrai" Ber 8hl.n. Vance, Karl Puedbh" ,
sons Leon Bucinski of Kewan- winter visitor from Providence conducted by Venice Lodge lea, ..... John Scott Kant, born Feb. II ........' Oeorga ('",w.n. W. v.. Clad. Naknmk a....
LIFE na and Walter Bucinski of R. I., died Sunday at his Sun- II at 4:II a... Naknl.l'INIW.s Cranehaw. NokomtelUattla Vm/.l. Heta WIIIIa... ..,
.
301 F4AM. Fl IS Barb .
.
He and Nokonta. Auguat Ravara.M. Rape V.
rise Drive .. I
Miller Park Ill; three daughters quarters. COLEMAN Mr. .nd X. Klckloul .. J.fUt. ,! J..wh Rat.. Ve.lc.1 I Item kbubnsag. V..I.., bit
Mrs. Stone arrived here Jan. Maria'
Mrs H. Grobman of JOHlOACOB GRUENBAUMJohn Ir% Nokomla daughtar, Uarllrn Harold Maim, Venlcal 10150 Wbltaa- p.ob Vmaa
INSURANCE CO. cat.... born Feb.. II at I 07 p....
Mrs. Genevieve
Winimao. Ind. 80
23.He Jacob Gruenbaum ,. .
native New L., Ven.ee.
was a of RHOCK. Mr. and Mm Morrla
747 Sereta St. Venice Fla. Bates of Chicago and Mrs. Bedford Mass., and in Providence 1149 Bayshore Drive Englewood ...... J'1.. h Paul Shock, ban ".'., -
also] of Chicago .
Stella Kawall died Sunday at his home 1. .t o.4 mHBNDER8ON.
C. A. (CHUCK) REITER C. T. (CHUCK) REITER 15 grandchildren and 14 was associated with fire. M.. and M... Gene W, c

Phon 488-4321 Phone 488.4590Repruutalivu I rest-grandchildren.; Grmnell He was Co.a Inc.member of the while A native fighting of Marysville a grass Ohio Bkomte, d.ughtar. bora Fab. II. at t:41 g ak&J f 9 ultdtaQ2bS ome

Serving he later lived In Takoma Park
I Funeral services and burial Cruising Club of America the LegalIN
OSPREY NOKOMIS VENICE ENGLEWOOD will be in Wlnamac. Rawles Old Dartmouth Historical So- Md.. until 1045. From Takoma Nolomia Are. Venice
Funeral Home was in charge Park he came to Kissimmee me: CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
CHARLOTTE the Club of Rhode
NORTH PORT clety Hope
'" where he lived for three OR CHARLOTTE COUNTY FLORID
of local arrangements'CARL years
Island the Agawan Hunt Clubof A, IN CHANCERYCane
before moving to Englewood
No. M7I 1
Providence the Wamsutta
*.2t-l' * -1'1' VENNERHOLM Club of New Bedford, and wasa 15 years ago. WIT MORTGAGBPAfL TO FORECLOSE!:
Mr. Gruenbaum retired
was a
O IIIDOIIJ: and
former commodore of the
VENICE MOVIE LOG civil service employe. He ADRIAN RIDDLE ble wife.flaint.fi. .
Carl Albert Vennerholm 83. Sea Scout of Rhode Island, .
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL of 60S Armada Road South He served in the Navy during was a member of EnlewoodCommunity 24 Hour Ambulance! Service Phone 488.2291
Church and past ..,
died at his home.A WWI a lieutenant EEBTHUD1: "AVENPOIIT
as junior grade
Sunday -
.
Laat Tlrna" Teai.ktMarkn DRIVE-IN THEATRE treasurer of Chapter 717 Nat K. DAVENPOliT.b.
native of Hallands Lan .. .
.iI. a etadafandnl. NEWEST
la"anrrmT
Branda VENICE'S
ional Assn. of Retired Civil
P0d.7 .n4 aat.d.7 ..
Sweden he lived in Wauwatosa Survivors Include his widow
on TBS BOUNTY
"GOD'a WTTLE ACRD Employes. NOTICE Of SALE
_..4lrMnAaad.f Wis. after coming to this Mrs Lydia Stetson Stone; a Survivors Include his widow, NOTICE IS HI RFBY GIVEN the L Serving from Osprey to Boca Grande and North Par

pd. n.1I nrcurnrn ROAD" country. He came to Venice son. Henry B Stone of Salisbury Mrs Mary A. Greunbaum of EDWARD Muter L. CENSOR, purauant tha to a nndenignedpaelal Final, Da- Charlotte. Third generation in funeral tervice with 11:

"TILLOW tANur ...... sal M....... seven years ago. Md.; three daughters Englewood; a son, Oliver HGruenbaum .rea dated! February 1. IM4 and randrad most 50 e'perienct.Our .
... ... ... Mrs. Mason Cocroft of of Charloliaoumv yeart
Px and Ed 1M Bap .1.0,01. lI.n He was a buyer for Nunn- Providence o f Lakewood, by tha Circuit Court
.ae rlorlda. In Chanmry. In which
lab Hin n...... Y+. BJfTH "T81 PACTI or tier Bush Shoe Co. and retired in Mrs Richard Boyer of Calif.; a daughter Mrs Lucile thl. axe to pending will on Monday oil06// To All/ /
1957 after 45 years with the Rawlmgs, Wyo., and Mrs. Crum of Takoma Park; a brother 'ebruarr 14th., 1954 during Uia lag.l Our Services Ae A Rigardttu
razor Gerald LauDerdale] 6f Concord hen of aale and ., tha Front Door deta
-)1.r)' N.nk CM. n of Financial Ci'rcvmsfoncethi
company. William Greunbaum of
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.. tennu
.h Pool v.,0 II P.". ." Mass. and nine Countr CourthouM Saraaota -
He was a member of Venice- grandchildren. Marysville five grandchildren County, Florida, aell tha following I
Memorial services will be and one great-grandchild. ascribed propertr 1 baud In Saraaot
held In Providence. Rawlei Coon,, Florida, to-wlti hi tnlluw oil Florid
Services were conducted at Lou 1 and II. Block 4i. TJnit I'.
Funeral Home was in charge Rawles Funeral Home Chapel WARM MINERAL SPRING! .. per
Vista of local arrangements ,.pl.' of an amended pl.t of I'nlta M I -
Bay Englewood Tuesday by The rough 17, recorded .In Plat Rook 10.
Rev. William L. Everhart with Papa H and 2-A thraugh. II-F. of tiniblia .
EDWARD p. SARQEANT burial in Sarasota Memorial racordi of BaraaoU County: FlorIRAL -

Ur- RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGERoute Edward P. Safgeant 68. retired Park. OS ALSO Lot f!. BI..11 4.. tlnlt Sl an'
chairman of the board of let 54. Rlak 4. Ut Oa, WARM MIN.
775 474-1880 Anderson Law Book Co. died aPRINbh, aa per reply I ofimandcd sa
,
LESLIE JOHN McBRIDE plat of Volta" M throuih 17, KENT 1 SALELIMITED
Tuesday at his Shorevie Leslie John McBride. 75, ot! recorded In Plat Rook 10. Papa II and I
Good Food. Drive home In! Englewood. tM W. Yale St.. Englewood, II-A tiromh 13-F. public record.. of.raanta [
He Countr I ALSO 00. Block' IIt
was
l a native of Cinch died Monday at his home. tint 60. MLoI MINERAL I I I SUPPLY
nail and later lived in Colum- He was a native of Warren, SPRINGS .. per plat thereof recorded. I
bus l Ohio from which city he Mich later I. Plat Book 10. papa It. It-A andsen
Prices lived In
Reasonable Rochester publla record of Sor_ Countr '
came here
two
years ago. Mich. and came here from' ALSO Lola. f and t. Block "H" WARM
Mr. Sargeanfa fraternal and that MINERAL SPRINGS SUBDIVISION,
city 15 He
years was .
ago.
Mired To You Satisfaction organizational! memoersh .. per pl.t thereof recorded In Plat Book
Your Favorite Cocktail Expertly Ips
i[ retired from Parke Davis 4 parra I*, of the publla reeorda of Sarama ORTHOGROALL
f Included Triangle Lodge 148. Pharmaceutical Co. in 1948. ("...... Florida I k> the hlghait aad
LUNCH served from noon 'til 5 F&AM; Community Chapter bait bidder for ra..h.Thl. .
; Survivors include his widow, not(. dated February. 1W.
DINNER from 5 'til 9 Weekdays Sundays, 5 'til 8 227. Royal Arch Masons; Ancient Mrs. Ella M. McBride; a son, at Punta Gorda riorlda.
Accepted Scottish Rite, William H. McBride who I.st.tioned is ,i, EDWARD L. CERtON:
.. PURPOSE
.
Valley of Spinal Muter In Ch.n.
TERESSA AND JIM PARISI), Managers Columbus and Aladdin with the U. S- Coast Puhlloh' Fah e. 10. 50, 10"
Temple AAonms. all of I Guard in Portsmouth.
(Formerly of B rtl'.y, Mich and Champaign-Urbana, III.) Columbus! ; Ohio Stat Bar three daughters, Mrs Ulg Va.W; IV THE!: COUNTY Jl'DGES COURT LIQUID PLANT FOODBuy
'\l sn.; American Bar IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY.
Assn.; Henry of Croswell Mich Mrs
.... ...... :; I. FLORIDA! IN PROBATE: .
.A ..... NNN..f e..NNNlNI11t.f _..__ .+e'eN..f..N.N/1NfdrNNN..rd4 HJIIIS S. neage 01 Detroit;: : 1N RE Th Fiat f to
one gallon at regular of
Entitle M. HILTON No. t41i price
and
Mrs. Celena M Grunowof
i ; Mt. Clemens Mich.; a D NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO $4.98 and get 2nd gallon for leReg.

brother Clifford J. McBrideof PERSONS: ALL HAVING CREDITORS CLAIMS AND AGAINST OTHER: ( Price 9.96 for 2 Gallons)

Dine Out Often Tampa; five sisters. Mrs. THE: ADOVB FSTATBilua !
Ruth Miller and Mrs- Thelma are hereby notified and requiredta .. A" A97
demand. hleh
flla any clalma or 4
Ferrier of Jensen NOWVENICE SAVE
Beach Mrs ran mar h... ...In.t tha sail' e.ute
e5d Elizabeth Rhodes' and Mrs. In tha office of tha County Judn of

a Cit's Elsie Jessop cf Brandon. Fla. SoT_ County. Florida, /. the Uourt.hnuea ,. SEED & FEED STORE
I at S........ Florida, within inIt
and Mrs. Marion Hoffman t>f ) calendar month from tha data oftha
fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Bradcnton. foot Pllhll.."" of the' notlca. Farhelaint "Tfce Garden Center"
as t or demand mimt b. In wiltlnr.In Complete
Services will be held tomor. dupl"..'" and mmt ot... tha placeof I
row at 2 pm. at Rawlf'a Fu- resilience and poet ofloa add_ nfIlia 248 Miami Ave Venice "Phone 4 8-345!
.
neral Home claimant and moot ba .worn l 0 I IUia b.
Chapel Engle. claimant, hi. acent or hla attorn..
I wood, with the Rev. Addison or It will beoome void according to ao'
G. Hardee of Englewood Methodist E. G. UOOlsK

I Church officiating. Bun Rana. Nan a Ea.eu1.r.lnardln6
lal will be in Sarasota MemorIal Florida Power a. Light Building' +

GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL ITS OUR PLEASURE Park. Ventoa. Florida.Attornayf for Eitata.fubllihl a eal

Feb '.H.80.IT. 1....

ANNIE RUTH IN THE COUNTY JUDGE: COURT
Carry Out IN AND' FOR, SARASOTA COUNTY FREEDOMOF
(Continued
from page 1) FLORIDA IN PROBATE
TO SERVE YOUO'DOLAN'S studying horticulture and IN REt!!: ESTATE': OF Cl.FRA OErKENWlLER .

BUCKET of. botany since she was 14 HAYWnoD. a/k/a
years ....
CLEHA O. rxK: ENW II-I'R. !lor.
"f
age. said It takes a plant NOTICE! TO CREDITORS
from two to four months to TO ALL CRFDITOR8S AND PFRf\ rlgNAVINU CHOICE
CLAIMS AGAINST SAID ,Qo
become
a salable cutting. And
EKTATHYoa :
she estimates that another two an harbe notified and! rwilratmar .
Chiek&tt BARFLO I to four months Is saved when 10 .I.Im, or d..n' whlrh coo
ha'a anlnit. tha F....' of CLERA
the roots are not damaged In O ECKENVilLER HAYWOOD, aka
AND TOM DOLAN. Owner transplanting.So CLERA O. ECKEN\\ILER. Dareaaail.lula .
t' of Paraaot Conntr, Florida In thaoffica
finest PIZZA this side confident are Mrs. Summers at Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM
and Brewton that the "FaraMU" Cato Jude In tha Coontir
$160 WHOLE 2'/' LB. of Ireland new Dura-Bands will be Court Haw ., F-araiMa, Florida, ..7th.la We ha.,. learned long ago that you can be bed ten'
an all calendar month from tha 4.1.d through freedom of choice In casket election. Your p'
CHICKEN ( lOPiecet) SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES overwhelming success that tba tint publication of Ihla Notloe.Each .
plans are being made to : claim or demand mutt ba In tonal testes, finance end family preferences can be WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SLAW, KOSHER CORN BEEF them at the rate of about produce writing, and In dupllcatal aad, ahall offieaaddreaa . of mldenct
1/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS ITALIAN MEAT BALL I' one million per month at the tha plaoa eth.. Claimant I axxt hall ha.

r all orders packed In foil! lined buckets} !1PHONE! Located* BAR-B-0 PORK OR BEEF Warfield Avenue manufactur won tin' ....to....br...tha hall Claimant be vmmnanlrd h.. amok. bra or
Just South o'
Intersection el. tag site.And II.TI filing .... and anr auch .Id,..
Phone Ahead your order will be ready Routes 77S and U.s. 41 On The Trait an exclusive distribution or demand, not an filed+ ahall ba void.Tha RAWLESFUNERAL
filing faa mar ba added to thaamoant
488-5075 and lalea agency has been setup ef ...1..., and ...1. forma ratrM
PHONE with Mrs. Summers and obtained from tha County Judn.

CO. Bunny Thompson as the prin- if flea. ARTHUR M RAYWOOD, HOME
W. Ta GRANT /
BAY VISTA cipals.Brtwton. aa A4minhtratm nf tha Eatataof
VENICE 11 and his staff at Leco CLERA O CCKENWIU, 225 W. Venice Ave. 488-47(
.
RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER FR HAYWOon k/a
worked all the
RESTAURANT out engineer CLERA a CCKINWU.EK{
COCKTAIL LOUNGE log problems on the new DuraPands Oxygen Therapy Service/
Beach Rd. &. SD 775 Englewood Phone 474-IMO and machined the dies Attoraarl Kirk. Plnkarton. Sparrow
Trawlrk
which are being used in the 1100 Main a Building McClalland., 24 Hour Ambulant/ Service

FISH FRY All the Fish! manufacturing process 'Samota, MaN:
nbllani Feb. ,
Several thousand 10 IT. N. II. 1M|
units already
3LW
Every Friday you can eat. have been manufactured

CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE SALAD BAR and are in storage awaiting
I Immediate shipment upon receipt
tthI ROTARY MEETS HERE TUESDAY AT NOON of the order.

: Dinner Served 5.' p.m. We.ld.ytJ.8. | p.m. on Sunday The Dura-Bands are packed WALKER'SHARDWARE

f ''I'H Short Order and Lurch.i I 11 I ejn. to 5 p.m. I 500 to a box approximately as
I =
, large as a medium-size grocery

: carton. The Dura-Bands
*- N t S
THE are flattened to aave apace in

H, SPECIALSFRIDAY a final manufacturing opera
HOUSEWAREScomplete
tion Just before packing and

AND SATURDAY weigh only 24 pounds to a car
CAPTAIN'S ton.

Florida Lobster Dinner Thl Is Important says Mrs.

All' You Summer., since most nurseries
f Can Eat .................... 52.95 employ women in the rooting

T.V. Vodka .................... 3 fts. for $8.50 sheds, whose job it would be to
Park move around and lift the car LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES
Tilford Reserve .. 3 fts. for $10.00 tons.

PLUS TAX Mr,. Summers with 23 yearsIn SUNNILAND AND GRO.TONE FERTILIZERS

S. the nursery business, operates *
the Summers Nursery on

Specialty of The House the Trail at Laurel. PLYWOOD DOORS
BOARD
PEG
FRESH SEA FOOD AGED STEAKS


Daily Luncheon Specials ......e......... $1.00 Swim

When Cooled In Sight It Must B. Right Ins 70 GLIDDEN PAINTS

.: : TRULY FINE FOOD

., WaterAT
1 LUNCH COCKTAILS DINNER WHITE'ELEPHANTRESTAURANT
Do It
I : BILL CHURCHILL AT THE ORGAN NIGHTLY Yourself Supplies

) :li and LOUNGEON Warm Mineral

FISHERMAN'S F WHARF F 1879 S.
I THE BEACH IN ENGLEWOOD TRAIL 488-4843 SOUTH VENICE

d f VENICE RESTAURANT OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. Springs "YOUR

LOUNGE PACKAGE STORE OPEN 10 AM. to MIDNITE 12 Miles South of Venice COMMUNITY HARDWARE"I

RESERVATIONS 474-1310 On US 41
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raftUARY 20 1964
THE VENICE GONDOLIER I e ,
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..R. ,.. ., ; ;[.: :' : :",;'" ; :' : VENICE SHOPPING CENdTERCRAZY E

..... 11 1"" .. 't.JiLl. Club I .,1 "

.a l + ,. n t r., .1
. '
i '"cr of the Yen DAZE
-to 1 SALE
.. ",1 1 l'ru.medical I
.. I 'idiv began. : ; j'j'rM '
" 111 IIn v iht week
a I, ] ,In,1,1 df'mon-
] r] ota Memorial
.
. DOUBLES t
,
I+ ''I !l'e hold there DRUGSTORES & H GREEN
011 f'1IIn' 4'15 t<'
. ," ,n's Amilian''V STAMPS
s M 'dicnl i so,
4 ON ALL :
tt' .
I In o coursed
.'f.>. <- will be PRESCRIPTIONSVENICE
..
0 .olc'"Y. blood
11" try, radiology SHOPPING CENTER
II ']alherapy nd VENICE AVENUE .
,
I
D. _n'-- "" ''i'Ij;
,
4rr
club formed this

m tli"M mnsorship('Adoo andS RESTAURANT SPECIALS I

o ''T Miss Mil.. :.. "'.;',4,", .
a'' t; 1> faculty advla.oW

'" .".. ....
\ .......... ',' THURSDAY FRIDAY
..... .. ; SATURDAY
I :
II II I OES Officers MONUMENT DEDICATION A marble participating in the aft, I
I moon t program
f'ke:' Over Today Christus monument In the Garden of Devotions were The Rev Charles Rowe The Rev T-BONE STEAK07c
1- SHRIMP CREOLE
BEEF STEW
.. 3. V T To. H. Ballard Sr., Gulf Pines' Memorial Park, wee dedicated David Bowles, The Rev John Louis Jones I I
Jed worthy matron Sunday'afternoon with several membersof and The Rev C M Andrews Eugene H.
1 e r new officers will the Venice Area Ministerialssn taking Grayson, president of the board of directors
I. i r' itlons at the meet. part In the dedication service. Dr. E, Robert of the Park, welcomed the guests Refresh. 77( Tit
,I \ ". \! Chapter 248, Or. Chable is shown below the monument reliver- menta were served by the directors' wives I :
it t: r-iitern Star today log the dedicatory.. address. Other ministers after the dedication

.I p.:1.t: the Masonic Mh R"4l'.IVi' !:'.''''''''_''''''_ ..t"---" ... r..ili a'.qJ'I;: i


I BEAUTIFUL 'I SV Studies Street Lights II COMPLETE' SUNDAY DINNER 99ft j:



SOUTH VENICE A The association's .... ..,.. _
HOME reso public re the south end of the community .A. """" "" "'
Tern.I' lution calling for a study of la'jons of/itlnl also noted that building parking lot following I
PRACTICALLY NEWS I', the possibility of installing a new sign pointing the way a minor accident duringthe
street lights along the main to the "Community House" has follies" I
LARGE LOT ; and improved roads of the sub. been installed on Lemon Bay Jacob Mills, legal relations' I SAVE Reg. 69e SAVE
1 BREATH TAKING I division was voted down Mon Drive. lIe further reported on director, in his report said i ptn ELECTRIC d r $1.00BRECK
VIEW day night by the South Venice the progress being made to install "I don't think there is much to nrC BLENDER PACQUINSMANIMAGIC W" SHAMPOO j
Civic Association. a sign with eight-Inch reflective worry about S".iset Beach
148' SEAWALL The proposal by Max Kaplan letters on U.S. 41 at property owners losing: any. CARRYING HANDLE 39c CREAM RINSE

Many, many extras (n.1 met with opposition froma Sunset Beach Drive thing" CHROME FINISH I
contingent of SVCA mem DcrmonJ also expressed the Mills further reported hat a Chopi erates, cream, Both
tarcom, lawn' aprinklera berg who felt the resolution appreciation of the SVCA to check in the ai",,jnt of $80,.000 and whips Two speeds, a ;
PRICED should include all roads on oil persons who aided in the has been placed in escrow for 1 43 For
which dwellings are built. production of the 1984 Follies' the SVCA under a court order 1799 (
BELOW COST An amendment to that effect and he repotted on a "nice pending a final judgment! in I (r (limit I)
.
long ride" to Venice Gardens the association right of way 1 I If'
by Robert McNamara was (Limit I)
taken Monday afternoon by .he suit cainst the We t Coast Inland .
ruled out of order by SVCA .
Dicycle Club Navi'Ttion District
President She rid Foster and
Other Excellent Buys asubsequent Col E. J. Ricker, directorof Cl)'arles V'olt. president? of f .. -
vote on a motion I< ot fI>>j! 4 t'.1.dQ rl9ssas. : '
parks and beaches, said no the South Venice C:;mmunltv .
ACREAGE by McNamara to table the
word has been received from Players presented a $423
resolution until the next meeting
WATERFRONT the the check to the association Reg. $1.00TONI
county on dispositionof cover. CORN WHISKBROOM
passed 50.44 in show of
GULF TO SAY lands. a several park sites in the Ing half the purchase price of .: Reg. 25c '
subdivision. Col. Ricker :Iso the piano tired in the Follies, !
PROPERTYBEA : Hartley Dcrmond, public relations reported that recent winds had clue $75 to reimburse the .
director, reported enomplamt a helped rather than hurt th: SVCA for use of the community CREAM RINSE FILLER PAPER
that some house South Venire beaches hall during rehearsals &
holders are leaving trash cans And he further warned that --' Rr
JENKINS In the front yards of their individuals caught dumping LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) t 57t
BROKER homes and said a check had trash around the lake at the The University of Louisville 27( .09(
been made on whether such north end of the subdivision has won 20 of its 21 basketball
Phone 474.1244 action Is prohibited by county would be subject to the same games against little I (limit I)
470 Dearborn ordinance. Dcrmond said sub. penalties as commercial trash Georgetown Ky, College .... a
ENGLEWOOD sequent violations will resultIn collectors The only time Louisville lost -
a letter to the offenders .Dwight Teabody, safety dl. to Georgetown the Cardinals
from the SVCA legal depart rector, reported that guardrails finiahed[ with a flourish to take
... '
.Ia. ,
: ?: J UH'j: ; ':-1 ment.
were installed along the Fourth place nationally in the Reg. 27:
I culvert on Lemon Bay Drive at 1959 NCAA tournament li, SAVE Reg. 98c"REPARATION SAVE

SIMILACLIQUID St31nIus Stee3
1 ,
"U"I I YkubloerelUe.w a
I 1 N
OINTMENT. J
'

- '.i.: -: \ 62( (Limit I) 1 i iI W


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1.',..',.:... Reg. 59c Reg. $1.00 14-or.

'\.. CANVASUTILlTrBAG RIVEROUEENMIXED '
.. ELECTRIC IMMERSION ,


.. { HEATER NUTSSACCHARIN



d The Versatile Spectatorby 'b ,k.;U. \ 38( 31- 66( ( tIi r


r; ;." ?. '.: o -. ........_........,."... .. ...,.... v--- :; Ii


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Y SAVE wESTINcaouss"Dro .Dowa SANE
; : p BATH 98c
Reg :
( ; PORTABLE PHONO 1

They look wonderful in the morning with cottons 4 sped chanR'.P PRIVINENOSE

wonderful the afternoon with linens,wonderful E Automatic TOWELS
i Ib.ut.off.
la the evening with sheers Never was there a if "I;.'..j...... .. It". 43-1. DROPS
doe '
so versatile, ..or so .comfortable as Miracle f a
Tread ;; :.. -
I
$13.95BLITCH'S WHALE OF A FISH STORY -. A .00-pound pilot whale, 1J4S" S8( 44( (limit I I'
either injured or with suicidal tendencies created considerable 0
excitement when it was found early Sunday morning
washed up on Casey Key beach Measuring 1114 feet In : """"" --r'--' -

SHOE STORE length, the monster blackfish was hauled away by prisoners _..._.__
hereIn
of the Sarasota County labor gang who lire shown -- -"WI
a tug-of.war. attem.,ting to remove the monster mammal

2W W, Ben.ce. Ave, Venice Phone 438.4951 Venice's carcass Farm Road The whale landfill was for taken burial.GONDOLIER .by coun'y truck to the Reg. '89c TEXAS ROSEBUSHES

( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
QUART LIQUID
.
'-4eemaee ,4---- ..--- To Hold
Esthers 1/4 gr. 1,00011L.


ASK DAD-tIE KNOWS! !-, Social TodayThe DETERGENT49g. 69- .


Esthers e-f Venice public 3 for $1.87
e
CHILDREN .
WHEN HE BRAGS ABOUT HIS
card party will be held todayat
AND HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN, 1:30 p.m. at the Masonic

AND HIS CHilDREN'S CHilDREN'S CHILDREN Temple ..I i

The party had previouslybeen
That the i experts are correct In their prediction of scheduled for Feb 27 CouponPACKAGE

214,000,030 people in the U.S. by 1970 Dessert and beverage will be I: SAVEr/ Reg. 49cALOPHEN SA VE SUPER"
served and door and table '
280,000,000 people by 1980 prizes will be awarded. A do OF 5 POWER'! ,:"
nation of 50 cents will be requested ( PILLS tila PORTABLE ELECTRIC ,
LIGHTER FLINTSFREE
Also (that the experts can not create additional land during this period, Mrs L. P Scott is chairman MIXER
And that to hold and to enjoy your own estate at 3 spetda. Beater
NOW it the time to buy She will be assisted by Mes 34c ejector will hanger
dames James Nixon, Floyd a and rest.
ESTATESLAUREL Neil. Stella Spicher and Gret
MISSION VALLEY chen Nichols (limit I)
with this coupon
ROAD EAST LAUREl, FLORIDAYou .;I n".flI t I

ire invited. to thin 700 acre development ALL ZONED ESTATE Elferdink's of Osprey I In] .- I h
inspect I
I $100000 Liquidation Sale : -,,,
Site One Acre)
(Minimum Building ul I
SEE OUR MISSION/ ALLEY SKY DIYIKS,EVERY SUNDAY tP TO 49% OFF i ia We Reserve. the Right to Limit Quantities +While Suppl Last Federtl l Tax Were Applicable

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I- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1fb4

GONDOLIER I .... .
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They Must Depend on You Maggie's MagpieBy


MAGGIE ClAMPITT

tf of thou people to whom the very
If you're em (
to the insert relax! The rtIt"
strikes) terror
dieting drive" 'vthunry
EASTER SEALS diet, guaranteed to
with e champagne ik
come up Ole
O U 5A O blues and tend glamour to the odious routine
to the
n n'. very simple. In addition ehimpagn tJlntd w*"
the .dlstic experts, you drink a glass of e with .VI7
ifEMnra!: rr\ TUB: ASSOCIATED! rnws MENSES or THI FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION
mesh at the horsameat and the

Th taeliu4 ,..... to .odoI..l1 .....,1.. Now r-vuHlnUla-i' of ill sin dlmtrho .rod''..... la Think of the exciting of depres-posslbUHUi. Jly perp is perplexed at flab W be\!
H .. not MlMnrlM .r...nwl. III tI... ..._. sod IM! 100oi iw-ft ...bl....... kmin. AU rllht. 4 nrnbllMtlMi No feeling found in his dish.
of ftMelrJ dbrwwlM. sn site ..-.. .lon which normally accompanies
Th. Mm sod feral .rt. m.lnt" oinlMil of this .... .y* II MprrlfhM cal IH rVukllMtln h ... dietary deprivations.And And poor old dad eon,.
reMlr fwblddw txH kr ........ p.rotlettw.. I t to what If you don't las. pletely bewildered by the ML\

weight you don't cut the boiled bacon scrambled saw!
rit>llih.d Erarr Moid. and Th.r.UFl*>- 111-14 E Miami' ArmiMrntal champagne additive make it sag and a poached ell pat! ,
i Al Sword. C1u MMtw At Port Offln At V.alM, Florid aU worthwhile |log atop his coffee, beet t a

Avenge Housewife, hasty retreat to the tieiru
EDWARD: D. BALL Editor and Publisher Mr diner
conditioned to her early morning
COURTNEY WILLIS . Executive Editor bout with frying au.g*. Mama completely] obllvio,
SAM DILLON News and Newiphoto Editor scrambling eggs stewing grit to the havoc her unusual) }

ROGER Mechanical Superintendent (or whatever one does with the has created, goes her hsppj

''b repulsive thing), making the tottery kay. Lucky she boUiJ t
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3.23 per year $3.23 per six months, $2.75 1 t II I. Tf pot of eye-opening coffee and two bottle of champagne

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, $4 23 dishing out canned horsemest 'vile hardly seems IMUCh (r..n
for the pup and fish for the kit. breakfast
per six months, $3 per three months
t)', may find sipping! champagne If the champagne diet. t sam
a pleasant, albeit unusual a bit too complicated for yow J
: r change from the norm. household, the experts kin

South County On The MoveAn The prescribed Bury shirt still another the "No CA
ran present a delightful switch ory" dI.t.It' .
from the usual orange 'Juice. .
authoritative Washington research And it's going to require some live Metter of fact It will, undoubtedly ed if it's equally as much simpl.fun but. dub.

organization, with a worldwid. reputation wire activity en the part of our chambers taste to food one glass just eat nothing A person en

for the accuracy of !its findings and con of commerce and business organizations; will Can't not suffice Just, visualize I the ten a hospital and doesn't( en

citations( took a long and penetrating look going after the right Und of people and harried I you hmisewlft: and mother a ed blamed goal Is thing attained until the den
At
,t Florida a while back. the right kind of Industry' coping with the situation after glance it seems a lot (hap
more
n.
On the bull of what it taw, It fore- South County hisn't even begun t. a tittle breakfast Johnny' of bubble will 'Wet set ?the pensive but Jt may be cheap

cut for South Sarasota County the fastest spread the word of all Itt tremendous kindergarten en Its collective then the champagne bit.Did' .

growth of any area In Florida ever advantage These advantages overshadow ear when he arrives ","rlnlMary's breakfast at the des!
blue hair. ribbon nor, the original cot of till
the lied 10 yean with an overall Sara those of ether areas tn the state with bright champagne, added in
Mary bless her heart, il 1"1Yt'AtriC
sofa County population of 160,000 by much less to offer but which have .>. none the leaa a sensation when treatment for Johnny and

J774. ploited to the fullest what they do have. : she arrives at her first trade Mary a vet for the dng and
cat may make a hospital
home room sporting Johnny's K
This time projection. gave three of The Florida Development Commission Camp Itichlgnonev sweet shirt, seem a mere pittance

the .t.t.', larger counties Breverd tends out questionnaire* annually to each red pedal puahir and one blue Everyone to his own tirt

(Cape Kennedy), Broward and Orange community asking for a list of th. things r and on. whit tennis shoe. Her you take the hospital and
bizarre outfit is mad. complete me I'll settle for
the
a greater Increase In actual population It might hiva to attract tourists and in
THE by a pair of Kelly green champagne or you take UK
numbers, becuse they have a broader dud, ,. This information is compil.d and m socksl! low road and I'll take the huh

bate upon which to build, but gave South distributed throughout the nation. An of. d 7re7 The cat turned up her noteHigh road.

the ofall. ficial of the commission disclosed the (i( PEOPLE
County highest percentage gain { Flint Lingo - -

ether day that Venice had not even bothered If you have purchased apotted

The figures given 'In this report teemed to reply to these questionnairet. SPEAK read tie plant little I at any instructiontag tuna and School
Last
the
to many at the time to be escessive summer Cleveland Indian attached to it, you have
ware reported interested In location like
but now comes a brand new survey, lust a probably seen something
hereabouts for spring training. If serious To The Editor To The Editor: the following: "Place in full
at authoritative, with substantially the I any !iun In a cool temperature." NewsB
tame projection. effort we made to land them there Doggone it. Thought sure Want to congratulate you on It seems II though plant
has been no Indication of it. someone would come out and the fine editorial 'Needed: A people don't like to be too
These new figures bated on calculations say it, but looks like I get to be Few Belly Laughs: I did one instructions
In their ,
by the First Research Corp, and Tie Boston Red Sox returning to Florida the one. With all the hoopla on the same subject last week specific and this aide of getting DIANE LENBART and GENE EDDY

the U. S, Bureau of the Census fixed next year after becoming dissatisfiedwith surrounding the invasion of the -but yours was better. book on gardening, you are VHS teachers were pleasantly surprised Monday morning

Sarasota County's total population at Arizona, are reported interested in "Beatles," didn't anyone else MIKE: CHANCE, left on your own to figure when they entered the Teachers' Lounge for their daily break.
this area if somebody would show tome consider how fortunate we in. Editor & Publisher, out what they mean. Over the weekend the Keydette had painted the furniture,
91,200 in 1963 and predicted this would this area ar. to have the consistently However the Instructions! secured additional furniture from the Home EC. Department
climb to 155,000 in 1970 and to 200,600in interest in them. They would bring a lot fine musical taste of The Dallv News, do have tome meaning and bought a table and completely cleaned the room from top u

1975. of money end a lot of people int. the our own radio station WAMR Naples Fla.Editor's here are a few definitions: bottom. This coming Saturday, these busy girls will attend

area, not to mention the national pub. plays good popular standards, "Cool" means a temperature district convention in PalmettoGayle Drchouse of Venice l'
( Note Now, now,
All this could weir come about but whole Broadway scores, and a : range from 40 to 43> de vice-prenident of this district. which include! St Petersburg
Mike, don't yank too hard on
It wont if South County sits on its licity.Other daily (short) hour of classical greet at night, (SS to 60( de Palmetto Sarasota Bradenton and Venice.
for know full
resort areas in Florida have music. And there's not an announcer our leg yon greet on sunny days and SO Tonight Feb 27, the Keyettes will have a formal induct)
haunches and well It and another
it ,
to in who was yours
expects happen the
lust bunch
taken up torn of the off-season slack degrees on cloudy dayt. for their new members at the First Federal beginning at 7.
]Monday titled "W.'of.
shouts in fact each sounds
became somebody said It would. Dim light" meant to Member families and friend ere Invited to attend.
by offering attractive For Unknowns, and on both
It' summer family like an intelligent man addressing place from window in Th. Key Dub has become quite active lately and wort-
going to take lot of herd work audience of which the usual credit was away art
package rates. With organized effort, an intelligent the Interior of the room. log hard to sell tickets to the Hoxle Brothers' Circus to be he:don
at a team and individually on the (which of course, w. unintentionally left off. We
South County could do the tame. 'Full tun" meant just March 18 at the High School Athletic Field. Also in coordina-
part of South County community dang well are). Just aa the herewith acknowledge fully chat it In direct tion with the
.very contact
lays: Keyettes, they are planning a beach party on Feb
Even so, ours I Is a rapidly developing GONDOLIER is a part of my and freely your authorshipof with the sun, such as a ruary 29.
W, going to require change In the area with new homes going up and life WAMR is friend and both with a recommendation south window.

thinking of those who resist any change new peopl. moving in day. Imagine company. It seemed needed that you write more of "Indirect sunlight" meant Saturday, Fab13, was a busy day for several student council
every saying. your lucid editorials we can members
who spent their time painting the yellow lines whist
sunlight diffused by < lightweight
,t all; those who want to kelp things what could be accomplished with some C. R., share with our reader curtain placed be- mark the parking lot. This is a step towards Issuing parking per

II they have been In the past with South competent promotion of the multitude of Venice. with due credit, of course.) tween gun and plant mils to eliminate the congestion around the High School tad
_.. .
------------ ---- -- morning, and afternoon.
County going itt quiet and pastoral way, nets with which w* are so liberally "Subdued light" means a

uncluttered by people and progress. bletted. north window. The final National Honor Society Induction for 1M3-J4 wi
1 "Warm" meant temperatures be held during the assembly this Friday. Following the brief
from u warm aa 80 to
+ ceremony, several members of the National Forensic League
. Not Here, Sir BernardIn : OFF STAGE S3."Moderate temperatures" will compete against a panel of NHS members in a "Brain

; meant above 70 degrees.STRICTLY Brawl." This I is a type of quiz program in which the students
Sandbach, England, Sir .. tn which h. would allow Mi engine are asked questions from a variety of fields including science,

tovell, director ot the Jodrell Bank die down and then rev it up again," ; By RICHARD LEWIS math English social studies music, and art.

astronomy center, says observation Bernard said FRESHAn

star 10 light i it being We think of Good Ship Lollypop Is ComingThe
least .
years away can at one, Sir .
-=.... .- .- S Y egoist Itn't alV' bid;
by a courting couple. Stick around the corner of the you'll never find him talking Good Ship Lollypop, a gathering shells on one of the
Sir Bernard said electrical and West Venice Avenue here By RICHARD LEWIS about other people. huge diesel-powered craft capable finest beaches in the slate"

ence, probably caused by the othlf'u. our town around midnight. You'll When Venice High School puts on its production of "The of will carrying 250 passengers .- The boat I leaves Sarasota tl
become
any soon familiar
a 10:30: a.m. and arrives in Venice
lading
Mouse That Roared" in early March, which we are sure will Most girls today try
of a young man taking hit girl bucks Idling to the in sight in Venire. at 12:30.: The scheduled departure .
young up be a success, w. will know that it was done well in spit of a suits on for sighs.Alimony .
home cuts into the beam of the then gunning their jelopiet and serious handicap, the lack of a school auditorium or theatre.All Th. owner of the vessel U. for the return trip ii
now making weekly sightseeing 2:30 .
radio and obliterate the drama productions at Venice High have been pro : p.m.The
telescope ., around the corner on two v tripe from Sarasota to Lollypop ties at his,
duced in the gymnasium which is sccoustlcal nightmare, up
an
"It happens night at about not for but for Venice and has distributedsome Deck House wh
every romance Just the without benefit of a stage, or in the cafeteria, which 1* equally and persona
same time and I can think of no of it. disappointing 10,000 brochur. to advertise would like to make a one w.,
the excursions. The literature trip to Sarasota will be welcome
The Venice Little Theatre has traditionally recognized
its offering the usa advise "adequatetime aboard at about half-
community responsibility by very kindly
. It's Your DoughH of the VLT each year for the annual Senior Class Play and DJBfI is allowed in Venice forE fare

has to do this ,,,..,,,........._
graciously agreed so again year. .Tf/jHSE WrT-Si..\!! ritwnv TtmmnniM fnaminriirTiffin'1CUSTOM .
.. .. .
There is a great deal ot interest and talent at VHS In .. ...........- ..... ltJ." !: ...tt .Q.: 0.: ... ..
i. Th. United Nations hat added Kenya any sleep over coming into a bankrupt e .
dramatics which is being frustrated by the lack of adequate
and Zanzibar to its ranks making them erganitation. Then always Uncle Sam facilities We hope sincerely that this is a condition which it like paying' !Installments & rt

the !112th and 113th member of that to pick up the tsb. will be rectified at the earliest possible date on a car after it 1\\

august debating\! society.At Th. UN exists largely the hat.been wrecked.
upon Mike Cappe, director of the fourth show of the VLT season .
I about the tame time they cam. largesse of the United States Such pow. tells us rehearsals of "Th. Diary of Ann. Frank" is at Ladies! Did you know the STOCK II:

H Into the UN, Secretary General U Thant art as Russia and France Ignore their assessments last hitting on all eight cylinders. Up to the past week, illnesses sneaky banks save all the

gave out the tad newt that i it faced and It It due to the refusal I and unforseen circumstances (such as 'Margot," them check you write husbands and lend at FRAMES
Kathy Brannon, coming down with the measles' ) have hemp
a $134 million deficit up from last tea- of the Reds to pay for their drag UN ered rehesrsals, but everything Including Kathy's measles' the nolo each month? "

son's $74 million difference between )Income operation in Africa that the UN I Is to has cleared up and "Diary" promises to be the hit of the HOT LINES I C MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE i

; and outgo. deep ,tn, the red (small rJ.)
season.We commend the Play Selection Committee on their vie. SOUTH MIAMI, Fla. (AP)- NON GLARE GLASS .
,II. But Kenya and Zanzibar need not lose How long will this nonsense continue? ion in selecting something as challenging and out-of-the-ordl- Dade County Commissioner

nary as they have done in this show. We hope this shows a Arthur Fatten didn't realize E E. L. PITMANCHURCH
nI trend which will be continued next season a spirit of wantingto how warmly he was debating
FUNNY BUSINESS attempt the extraordinary and a realization that often proposed amendments at a
times failure with the unique is more rewarding than success Chamber of Commerce meeting STREET NOKOMIS

with the common. until the microphone began On. Block N. E. of Railroad Crossing
smoking.
I : PHONE 4SS3393TW&Q&M3S69MMffK.
'I 1"" Another play which promises its own brand of uniquenessis Th. debate was interruptedwhile

being put together for the fifth and last show of the season the troubl. was repaired. fWi>tg. _,_t !. .
at VLT. "Leva Rides the Rails or Will the Milk Train Run .. .
Tonight an old-faahloned "mellprdrama" which combines t
H Hd drama with musical comedy will serve as a fund raiser for
1"t further improvements on the Theatr. George Mahar whoIs
o ,P Q surely l capable' of melodramatics himself, will direct this JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER ;

show. for which tryouts were held last week. You'll b. reading ,

t + abnut the cut later In-0--the GONDOLIER, so watch for it.

': Th. St. Petersburg Llttl. Theatre opens Feb. 23 and rune
through the 28th with Its production of "Ann. of the Thousand -
Days." As always, It will be a hit

r.I r. 0- INC.
I The University of South Florida has two rather unusual
r productions upcoming. The first Is George Latshaw and his
J fa-"iotn puppets In a show titled "Hand in Glove. This Is a

= ipuof on everything, from Will Shak-ir>f>ar. to Mik. Hammer
': ; The clay date will\ be Feb 21 On Marc 29 an ordinal
., play by Webster Smaller, titled "Pn. Man with the Ohoe"
WIU be: produced under U. of S. F.'. Peter B. O'Sulllvan. This

:1.1' show is receiving a great deal of attention from all parts of
\ 't'J the theatrical world. Broadway director Alan' Schneider, of"Who's At the Shamrock Bl/eJ.
Afraid of Virginia Wolff and "The Ballad of the Entrance to Venice Gardens

: s Sad Cafe" fame, and Drama critic Henry Hewes, of Th. Sat. PHONE 4834885P
urday Review, have announced plans to attend the opening.
d r "Wall, will the vote for you?" Th. clay! calls for It scene changes and 38 actors. O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida
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THURSDAY
Ii VENICE GONDOLIER PAGE FIVE


1-ii New Ford Contest Prize- SULLIVAN HOME SHOW communities interesting also displays.have prepared YOU CAN SAVE WAYS-
3
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Uc office. Entertainment at 2:30: 330: ,
1) He la currently employed by scheduled for 2:30: p.m. Wed 7:30: 8:30: and 9:30: p.m. will include On Auto Insurance
(Continued from page Sarasota County in the area of nesday. Also taking part In the twlce-deily performances I 1. NEW LOW RATES
Who Can EnterIf Start animal control and works Inaugural ceremonies will be by Howard Merrill with a professional 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
you reside In the southern Saving These Coupons closely with health departmentand area beauty queens and a color hand.balancing) act 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
of Sarasota state conservation officialsIn guard of armed forces veter and the Earl Adklnson Schoolof I
Char
near the county line In They Will Be In Every the control of rabies among ans.Included Dance of Sarasota. Local
f its County you are Invited to Paper. animate In the show will be beauticians and cosmetologists .
take part exhibits by area retail will present hair styling show _
and mer- a
enter prlze-wlnning eventgnat They Help Win The Prizes! mal Sullivan Day was in 1922 born in on Parish Christ., chants, a trade fair, industrial nightly at 8:30.: AGENCY
enter and fail to display., boats, cars, mobile
:
hould you Fla, in neighboring Manatee Saturday evening, a special
can't That count toward the Ford and homes, displays by homebuilders
coupons 1964
win one of the prizes you winning County. The family moved to style chow will be staged by 116 W. VenIce Avenue
commissions or other prince offered In travel, recreation and
the ,
Cash $4,500 Subscription Conteit. You
MM. Sarasota County in 1923 where Lillian's Shops of Venice and Telephone: 4882289READ
bonusef are guaranteed according can enter the contest and turn them In to your own credit or Sullivan obtained his early boobies Several South County Cnglewood.
to the contest rules, you can credit them to tome one who enters.. If you enter the (schooling. He later attended
you can enter today and get contest get your friends to clip and save these coupons for : schools in Lake Placid and in which he was also a major
paid one week from today by you. They help win. Columbia S. C. stockholder.It Americans each use about ,
wing In only a few new or Shortly after the atari of was after he had liquidat- AND USE CLASSIFIED ADS
renewal subscriptions during --- CLIP HERE. World War n, Sullivan enteredthe id his Interests in both concerns 400 pounds of paper a year.
Jour contests of individuals Army. His overseas service that he turned his ef
This for Included the invasion of forts to working closely with
more than 18 years of age b& Normandy'and four major conservation and health officials ITS A SMALL WORLD SEE IT!
School groups and organlza.tlon. one aeo a oe So to o o o a 6o 3 campaigns as his unit moved He has served as a spec. A a I

as such are not eligible to I across France, Holland, Lux.embourg lal deputy with the state for
MR MM PLACES ARE ONLY HOURS WAY
enter. FREE VOTE COUPON Belgium and Germany approximately four years,
you can enter this contest, I serves ss a volunteer mobile ..
get a winning start the first 14,500 Rub Contest Good For It was during hit four years radio operator with civil defense VENICE TRAVEL BUREAUFOR
erlptlon
week after you enter and get I In Service that Sullivan also and is a member of the
paId for doing it. Could anyone 500 FREE VOTESI acquired extensive police experience local Veterans of Foreign
a fairer proposition through his various Wars Post.Sullivan .
mike you fcOO CREDITS to the credit
hereby cast FREE .
thin that? No matter whether military assignments. Following is a member of the WORLD WIDE SERVICE

you have ever won anything In of .. ... ... .... ..... ,............,.......... his discharge from the ser First Baptist Church.He .
life or not here is a prop- vice in December of 1945, he Representative of ill
your married the former Barbara
::4 Po
ADDRESS where he
returned to Venice
where are guaranteed
you COMPANIES
ojillon 0 Stovall of Hollywood, e AIRLINES a STEAMSHIP TOUR
lived for before movingto
If enter a
loss. you year
against
Calif. in 1958 The Sullivans
this c,ntcst, It costs you nothing Cast by.. .. Sarasota. have two sons and two daughters. "You'll enjoy/ pre-plonned/ f/cvef, fun if yo ,let in map out your trip?'
And there Is absolutely no This coupon when neatly clipped, with name v ei In Sarasota he organized and .
for you to lose ;4 and address of contestant filled In, and return I boe became president of his own : See Our Booth At The Tri-City Home Show
way Get Votes ed to The GONDOLIER, counts 500 Free oq$1 company under the title of Sullivan Sullivan named F H. Min. e'
Eisy to Is aimS Credits toward winning the car and oilier Sea Foods Inc. and later turn as his campaign treasurer FEBRUARY 26 Through FEBRUARY 29
The contest plan enter very prizes TURN IN AS MANY AS YOU' CAR'a became vice president of a and designated the Sarasota Office at 314 W. Venice Ave. Venice Phone 488-2233
tie. When you you get THEY ALL, COUNT! (This coupon must be
4 second concern known as South Bank & Trust Co as the official
1000 free vote credits toward voted before March 20, 1964. o '
0 on or II p.m. Florida Sea Foods Inc In depository for funds.
Is to addto .
The object oQeO'j0e
winning these votes. To lay the foun- 10 OOeP 00 ..., ,- .... ... -" "... ... .... ""II
elation for the largest numberof
voles pet everyone who gets
The! GONDOLIER started sav-

leg the out 800 FREE of copies VOTE of COUPONS the- be no losers. All who enter and pUance, 133 W. Venice Ave.,
become active the first week and will be on display at the
piper for you.in each The issue.couponswill The after entering will receive a store during the contest.
appear March special cash bonus. All who The $209 93 General Electric
will expire
first group! start and remain active to the air conditioner is being supplied
H There are no strings at- finish are guaranteed not less by De Sear's and will be
tidied to them. 'Vhile gathering than ten per cent of the on display at their store in the
800 free vote coupons,
the
amount of mosey credited to Venice Shopping Center during
that new and renewal
remember subscription also yield them for subscriptions. This, the contest I ft
the in itself, is an excellent business Work Is Easy
votes toward winning One of the easiest things to
proposition for spare time
Ford. Get as many people as effort during the next few do at this time will be to take I
you can to pay subscriptions new and renewal subscriptionsto
weeks. I Mw
and give you credit for the This Is not a "lucky-draw- The GONDOLIER. This WASHER

votes. lng" or something-tor.nothing newspaper expects to grow
h v e
Subscription prices m affair. Instead, it is a business and expand. Readers will wantto
reduced for the contest subscribers
keen become regular
in which
The! regular price of The GON proposition every so that a list can be submittedto i
participant will be rewarded in
DOLIER U $325 per year. advertisers to show that r ,s
accordance with results obtained I
Right now you can subscribefor business they are getting their messages
or produced SALE !
one year for $5.00, get the Into the hands of the
The only way that you can lose I
Monday and Thursday issuesof people. Every effort is being
is to fall to enter or to start
f the paper, and JO.000 prize. after enter made by the management and
winning vote credits. Two campaigning you staff to improve the paper An
I
Tears cost 110 00 and yields Look at Prizes extra effort will be made to I
40,000 prize-winning votes. And If you enter and want the record happenings and activities
11400 pays for a three year' new 1964 Ford instead of ita of this area that can't be a.
lubacription and yield 100.000 cost in cash, it will be suppliedby found in any other newspaper. .
votes toward winning the Bill Phillips Ford of Ven Therefore, gathering subscriptions I.
prizes. Add $1 each year for ice is just a matter of seeing
out of slat subscriptions.Study The $500 cash prize will be and asking people to subscribe '
the vote schedule print paid by The GONDOLIER. All who take part in this
ed' in the advertisement In this If the winner of the $500 U.S. contest will find the vork easy LYKES ORSWIFT'S
Issue and you will see that sub- Savings Bond chooses a bond pleasant and profitable. Fairness PREMIUM 10 lb. HAM
crioUons yield the most vote instead of Its cost, it will be will be the main featureof
,
rredit in the first part of the delivered by the VE'niC'e-NokOo the contest from start to
contest mis Bank 304 W. Venice Ave. finish. So, don't hesitate to i
Get New Renewrle The $25995 Frlgldaire mOo enter. Remember, you can't iI WITH
or I YOUR PURCHASE OF !
Although The GONDOLIER bile dish washer is being supplied lose. A cash bonus or commission iI THIS SPECIAl WASHER VALUE
by Venice Electric Ap. I. guaranteed
hu a large list of subscribers, I -- ..... __
the publisher expects to make
this a banner year by getting CHILD CARE CENTER ,
every available subscription ; Our Recommended Best Value!
in the trade area. At the same Open 6 Days a WeekDAY \;\

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and women of the communitiesserved KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 9:00m. .
by The GONDOLIER r1; SPECIAL FEATURE THIS WEEK
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Everyone who wants to seeMs i
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Englewood In 'Jewel-like Setting' Want To Know What's A I Finial? Ask Libraryincreased


throughJanuary be part of the Venio..ce
I _. steadily ,
last Sat- next year
to 62 on the
.. Meantime, Venice Is
month. enjoying
Lemon urday of the
Quiet
Alongside Bay
( They students are getting repairing more to and the Us are librarians enjoying their as much: jobs as they

to more and Mrs. Lantz was induced
By MAGGIE CLAMPITT sional and amateurs, have settled a wide range of reading materials + e reading room on Monday here from the job l to
seeking a come of
ENGLEWOOD The quiet here and local art exhibitions Thursday nights, librarian in Franklin chief'
beauty of Lemon Bay and the offeredto '+ quiet place to do their themes County
are frequently
Ideal Weather g idI other homework. Too, Pa. She was educated at Syri!
glamour of the blue Gulf of the public. and
The average temperature of from the schools are cuse University Library Schoolwas
Mexico combine to provide the Wood carving enthusiasts are group librarian
Jewel-like setting for the com inspired by the birds, fish and the Lemon Bay area Is 73.4 visiting, and the librarians and at Harrisburg
and Waynesboro
prior
munity of Englewood- small woodland animals. Replicas and the average annual rainfall the schools are cooperating librarian job to her
Both Sarasota and Charlotte of these natural Inhabitants is 50.7 inches providing closely One rainy morning re- ed county here with her and attic
said, they husband
Lantz
Counties furnish governmental are the delight of the days and weeks of warm sun- cently, Mrs.
Lantz Dec. .
Boyd on 2
facilities for this unincorp- artists in this field of endeavor. shine, perfect for fishing, or looked up when the door the opened St.Mark' live on North Park Blvd. The)
in dripped
orated community, since the just plain loafing.Educational and
five-year- Mrs. Durfee, resident
Kindergarten a
line divides the area Into novelists since
county Distinguished facilities Include
olds who sat on the floor while 1943, Is active in many civic
almost equal parts. poets and historians have the Lemon Elementary -
new Bay
them several and id .
their teacher read projects a popular
! Numerous civic and social found the leisurely living provided School and Junior High stories. at Venice Little Theatre actress

organizations provide a wide in Englewood ideal for (Charlotte County), opened in of the libraryat She had never worked in .
area of Interest for men and producing outstanding literaryefforts. 1962. On the Sarasota side is Major purpose a ubrary
build its before, but loves it.
the the moment is to up
women of greatly diversified Englewood Elementary
books. Such services Mrs. Grot lives with
of her
church School established in 1952. collection
backgrounds and Englewood boasts two public library husband, retired
record-lending a
government
flourish with varied Senior high school students as a
groups libraries The Elsie Quirk Pub-
and (a: is being done in architect-engineer, and their
activities. lic Library, donated to the travel by bus to Venice in "
cities, now) a painting dog, "Mickey, in Venice Gar.
and Sarasota Gor- larger
Gardening, fishing, just community by Mr. and Mrs. County or Punta
dens. They came here
loafin' in the sun offer delightful Wellington Quirk, is supportedby da in Charlotte. collection for lending are nowhere from
The Va., last
in present plans. Arlington, year Thu"
pastime for the retirees Sarasota County Funds Senior high facilities, how N
who have found Englewood the Charlotte Colnty funds sup- ever, are being planned for theLemon t new library building, part of is also her first venture in the
I of Friends of the library field, and like Mn
ideal place to make their port that county's branch library Bay School. the project
homes. in the community. Both A Volunteer Fire Depart .------.......- I Library whb made a Venice Durfee, she wouldn't do any.
Many painters, both profes- facilities are well-stocked with ment was chartered in June, CHANGES ARE BEING MADE in Venice January and the public library opened its library possible, probably will thing else, now.
1949 and a firehouse built in and new habit patterns established since Mrs. doors on Jan. 6. The library it free to residents
1952 Modern equipment, including Dorothy Lantz, Venice Free Public librarian, and offers now a magazine and newspaper
READY-MADE DRAPERIES a resuscitator, well. right, and her two assistants, Mrs. Kay Dur- section in its reading room, which is

AS LOW AS . .. .. . . . S3.25 Pro equipment maintained fire and trucks portablepumps diving taken free, left over and operation Mrs. Jean of Grotez the, center increasingly, have quickly three becoming librarians a are habit there with five Venetians.The and a half. HICKORY FARMSHOME

are provided for the popular library facilities at VeniceNkomiaWoman's days a week and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Mondaysand
CARPETING, Wool or Nylon S5 95 welfare] of the citizens Club building. The Friends of the Thursdays. They are shown before the OF FINE FOODS

FROM .. .. . . .... .. . Up Both Sarasota and Charlotte Library of the Venice Area leased the quarters new bulletin board, now featuring prize-win-
County sheriff's departments formerly the Woman's Club Library, in ning books. EXCLUSIVE
DRAPERY FABRICS provide radio-controlled, 24- *
50c "f "- >F 1f )F
hour "
FROM .. .. .... . . . . . Yd. two-county police community protection for the The three greatest argument- 2,500 books will be added, two reading tables, with
shelves of books of interest to
The easy life or the act. settlers in Venice these days mostly non-fiction works use- teen-age readers. The reading LISINGER'S FINE SAUSAGEFROM
THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH ive one each person can are the soft-voiced and smiling able for reference material. section is becoming a popular MILWAUKEES.
dictate the tempo best suitedto librarians at Venice Free Public Still, whatever is needed will Venice with more and
FEBRUARY his individual desire for Library, which opened on be ordered, and if it is not in more persona spot forming the habit -
Jan. 0 at Venice-Nokomis. the Sarasota and neighboring
Englewood offers the
CUSTOM DRAPES, BED SPREADS. UPHOLSTERING, location. perfect Woman's Club. Englewood libraries, Mrs. newspapers of stopping. The by library to read pro-the S. PIERCE FINE FOODS
what the of fence will further afield to
Just Lantz
top a go
DECORATIVE r
FURNITURE vides The New York Times, the FROM BOSTON
Andy Komer holds the career post is caUed (Ca finial) was aid the researcher. Christian Science Monitor and

HEINTZ FABRICS (1,085)) and season (315)) duck perturbed soup for them,called when on a Magazines AddedA the Wall Street Journal, as well
rebound records questioner new innovation this monthis as the GONDOLIER and area
at Carnegie the telephone to get the matter
the section of the OVER 100 KINDS OF. FRESH CUT
55 Deaborn St. Englewood 474-1864 Tech He operated between settled. It's a1In\ the day's magazine withFebruary. newspapers.
which will Business
open Booming
library
work for Mrs. Dorothy Lantz, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHEESES
1957 and 1961.
lihl'Al'lan And her assistants subscriptions. to 18periodicals Since the doors opened: business
The interest range nas been From
booming.
Mrs: Jean; Grotz end Mrs: Kay; .
-
includes such varied publications Jan. 8 through Jan. 31, 449 persons
Durfee. Not so duck-soupish as Consumer Reports, Atlantic registered for use of the A STORE FULL OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
was the name of the boy who
Monthly, Time, Newsweek library. These users withdrew
saved Holland his GOURMET FOODS
by sticking
Science Newsletter, Pop 2.591 volumes during that time.
finger in the dam that one
_. they never did find.- ular Mechanics and National This month, Mrs. Lantz said,
Geographic. Racks and storage they have started keeping tab
Answering questions is Just dividers are already on order on services rendered, tele-
one of the services rendered by and are on their way. phone, check-out and reading, HICKORY FARMS
them five and one-half days, The pleasant atmosphere of and through the first seven
and two nights, a week at the
days of the month 385
the library, added to greatly persons
CLOSE OUT ON
FALL COSTUME
free
new library. Dispensing had used the offered services.
the gracious reception given
by 2 Miles South of Venice
books, primary job at any library the libraries and such Mrs. Lantz was most pleased on Highway 41 Next to Early
c is another, and this pleasant by surprises as a bowlof she said, with the growthof Wynn'i Steak House Daily 9 to 6 Sundays I 11 I to 6

JEWELRY ( \ brings forth the not-too-well mints on the checkout desk Saturday morning use which ,
.A.U known fact that present-day
$ Is housed in three rooms. The I
c,; lad; lIbrary exchange systems
reference
Regularly $1.00 r make available to anyone here check-out desk and

NOW 69c lo... .v..: .;,,-. ? ,0 university any book,available public and at national college, ters works the are library on the through left as one its gay en- a .RU&KLlitiMttd
door and the
,.. -.J libraries anywhere in the East. coral-colored juvenile I
Regularly $2.00 ; The local library is doing section is in the same .tfi3
J'1P
tJf. CARS
0 the right, with one UED
4a pretty well by itself, however, room on ,
NOW 51.39 awM its with (able there for the little ones. '
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having
1. ; .. ". some 8,000 volumes in the \ second table will be added ...-.-- S \ \ ... / '..' ..Q.
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'oil .. .. r l' stacks (from the Woman'sClub J oon. -- --
For A Limited Time Only \ -1f' Library) and having added The room on the right houses if --- '-- ..
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[Cracker Lunch At Country Store Art Show Draws rrm!"'.''.'''''.'''---.v,' r" ':. .' -

,;;" :'.' l
I ,
500 AcclaimedAs l'I//> < tTI I "
Venice-Nokoms[ WornClub'l ; .'
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one big annual I/'h' i
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dralsmf event this year --- One Of BestBy It' : ..

Store fealur- -
Country ,
fl be ( .
: 4 I
cracker barrel lunch. M
e DOROTHY GAYNOR "
and eight other booths .t .

Uf a variety "treas. By far the best allmembershow
given by Venice-Nokomis
to
?,' from jewelry aprons. Art Assn. since its first in 1958, 4k41

jte, one-day "store" will op. brought BOO area art lovers to

on wedntsday at 10 a.m. ate the opening reception Sundayat
Harbor Drive Club- the community room of
North ftJ Sarasota Federal Savings & sa'
,use and will close' at 5 p.m. Loan Assn.
will be
,e public luncheon First place honors went to
Ned( from U am. to 1:30: Tatiana McKinney for her
will be servedmJto4lOpm. semi-abstract still life oil studyof
and a tea
,.
n white gladioli titled "The ,
: 'II' .1
e tv Vase." Her prize was a $25 .
headthe ll
Donald Stevenson,
.
:yin f a gift certificate from Venice < k I
and means comif -
\ ways Stationers Second place win.
tree, general chairman* ner was Burton Bartlett of
4 Mrs Walter Wolf cohairman. Cape Haze whose watercolorof
ti ,
1 S a deserted shack beside the .

Frank Burton is store- i a ty water brought him the second t ri
Lr, Mesdames W. J. Rid- prize of a $10 savings account, :

n and Frank C- Raeburn, 1. donated by Sarasota Savings
and Mrs W. E. hr & Loan
'a51lrere.
-mingham, publicity chairon The voting was by those t :
present at the reception and I
._ _
do handwriting 4 170 votes were cast. Art association

on,nlvsis hand for to Gerard the patrons, grapho-will f and Patsy members Ryan Jack were Kail in I ART SHOW WINNERS The public voted sots Federal Savings and Loan Asm. and the

i Joseph f iil charge of balloting I I Sunday afternoon al the Venice-Nokomis i Art exhibit will continue through March 8. The

jlyst.h Reception Hostesses were Assn reception, which opened the group's four top winners are, left to right, E. F. Stan- I
.- e booths will be manned Mesdames Ted Howell, William all-member show, and chose the above four ford-Blunden, third place; William P. Way

gowns sands old-fash- h Way, T A Parrot (assocIation I artists' works as their favorites. The reception fourth place; Tatiana McKinney, first place,
ed bonnets exhibition chairman who was held at the Venice Branch of Sara- and Burton W. Bartlett, second place.
decorations, to be in
rth arranged the show with Mrs
with the wares sold, A COUNTRY STORE MANNED BY turn-of- President Mrs. Lewis Hester, Country Store Newell Gurbada), Charles which accept paintings by any Sentinels," Marlon Muir'* erful pieces.

,ping in charge of Mrs. Lloyd Ihe-ccnlury costumed ladies will come to General Chairman Mrs. Donald Stevensonand Mink and Normand Patton member, regardless of previous Morning Silhouette," Patsy Also of great Interest to the

rley, chairman, Mrs. Lewis Venice at the Venice-Nokomis Woman's Mrs. Walter Wolf, co-chairman. A public Board members and artists' experience or training Ryan's "Cathedral Swamp"and reviewer was Clinton Tooley's
too and Mrs. Arthur Laughn Club on North Harbor Drive Wednesday as luncheon will be served at noon and a tea were present to discuss the This show more nearly resembled the prize-winning "Hope "Down Under" in soft hazy

the club's annual fund-raiser. Looking over during the afternoon. show and entries with the reception a juried show, in Ranch" by Way. greens and the highly amusing

conjunction with the Book final plans are, left to right, Woman's Club (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) guests.Exceptionally. which only paintings held to They ranged from purely and very good "Office Party

,,k, some lucky donor will good hangingwas meet the judges' standards are representational to semi-rep for a Big Wheel" abstract sub

ire a World Book Encyclo.i Earl Wright will be In charge of Mrs Her Charles! Brunet, Archie Wood done bv Miss Cissy Mori- hung. resentational and exhibited an mitted by Rockwood Dullard.

before the day is over I Home-baked items will be bert Elam assisted by Mrs A. and E. S. Gerberich. son, Mrs. W. Seymour Smith Tatiana McKinney's paint- astonishing range of technique, Only! piece of sculpture submitted
'4 Laura. hobo i is booth sold In Grandma's Kitchen, EBethel and Mrs S. C. Tur- Fine sewing items will be and Ted Howell ing, because of its subject mat- mood and approach. was Leila Wellington's

,man, assisted br Meset I with Mrs Maurice Marr as kenkoph offered at the Just Sew Sew Third place winner was E. ter and aemi-abstraction, spoke Stephania Takores "P r i 1- "Madonna and Child" which

Arthur Laughlin, J. chairman. She will be assisted Mrs. Bernard Freedman is booth, presided over by Mrs. F. Stanford-Blunden who sub highly of the artistic critical meval Forest" and Dr Garold was very, very well executed,
.rdl( Loughlin W. S- Rlne- by Mesdames Charles Brunet, chairman of the Trash and Henry B. Lake and her assist. mitted an oil portrait, titled abilities of the area public. It Stryker' "Flower Study" as one would expect from this

t, Fergus Hunter and Miss Harlan Walker, Paul Nowland, Treasure booth. Her assistants ants, Mesdames Glen C. Mc- "Oldtimer." William Way, winner was a surprise winner since were in the abstract to semi- oft-prize-winner artist who

-e, Lothman. Earl Browning, William Shannon are Mrs. Alex Gait and Mrs. Leay, Herman Caton, Ernest of the association's juried usually a public vote show selects abstract manner so well repre- works in both the pictoral and

t luncheon will be In George Devlin, John HoTom Weaver Exon, Ray Lapping and T B. show this season, won fourth a purely representationalwork. sented by "The Vase." All sculpture mediums equally

>rgt of Mrs. J. Leightonwell gan, Harry Rubenkoenig, Walter The jewelry booth, the Glit Richardson.Hrs. place with his watercolor en three were exceptionally pow. capably
assisted by Meson Wolf, William Bose and ter Bar, is in charge of Mrs August Waeldin will be try, "Hope Ranch." Among the best in the representational ., .
In of the Post Members of the in ru."o _' I.rotm.!' x" may,, <'.1!* Leslie Lovelace, Robert Alexander Hooker. Margaret Busbey, assisted by charge Country receiving category, this
-or, Robert Anderson and Daisy Mae Garden Booth Mesdames Walter Beisser, Office, assisted by Mrs Mark committee were artists Mild- reviewer's opinion, was the a COMMUNITYHYMN
Evers, and the Bonnet Bar will red Betts, Veah Handley Lucy prize winning "Oldtimer," y..xt t.

brought forth the fact that be manned by Mrs J. D. Journeay and Elsie Parrott. Dorothea Thompson's "The SING

most of the places visited by Stephens, chairman, and Mrs The greatly increasing popularity Old Relinquishes," W. F. Mc
David and of the association's Cartney's "The Castillian "
Goodman
Mrs.
half ,
DOROTHY GYNORWomen's the audience and a good I
of those present had visited the Charles Wynn shows this! season has, in some Margot Lee's "MediterraneanJ0hnsBns I.! GOSPEL SINGING THAT

(fotttngs Editor country had not included This Is the first year this manner, increased the quality t 1 YOU'LL ENJOY
these spots. Douglas had some type of fund-raiser has been of works submitted In seem 1 '

items to 4885808 beautiful shots of flamboyant used by the club since Its or. ingly direct ratio. Unanimous IIcsis ; SUNDAY 7:30P.M.:
Baroque architecture in the ganization 38 years ago. Receipts comment by reception guests
will be used to financethe and association members was

._- film. -0- club's civic, communityand that the show was extremely At VYC Bridge AT THE
social projects Mrs. Lewis well-balanced and of a caliber
ind when "they" do get ,White of Venice Gardens, who Speaking of Europe, a Valentine Hester Is club president. unusual for all-member shows, CALVARY REFORMED CHURCH
>ad< to relocating congres- has been combing the files for cocktail party at the Sam Mr and Mrs C. Chidester I

il district boundaries It Information for a research McKmneys on Darling Drive Johnson will host the Venice

"A! be just fine if they could paper on the circus' moving Friday presented one of the Yacht Club mixed bridge evening I 1602 Banyan Drive Venice Gardens

a the Venice population here. She Is one of the seven prettiest supper tables, laden 20-Piano Concert Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Inspiring Singing Organ and Piano

it In late February We Venice students at UFS: Winston with exotic Russian dishes, club. OUTSTANDING MUSIC

i:Jd have a congressman all Caldwell Jr.. Louis Ferguson seen this side of Paris, where Progressive bridge is playedbut HYMN CHORUSES SOLOISTS ENSEMBLES
own. Right now the town is Jr., Gary Howland, they also know how to prepare
"all that a restaurant dinner Carolyn Michel, Isabel Olds, and serve them. The Russian- TalentAn foursomes are welcome, EVERYONE WELCOME
Draws Area
art to come by, so is a Woodrow Owen Jr., and Mary born artist-hostess combinedher r Mrs George Grassle, cochairman

ing space and the wises We hope she makes an "A" artistic and culinary talents said ..- .1 v. "'"" ', < .""' '" :.-
head for the tour traffic or whatever top grade they to produce creations too
is if they want to get use at USF.A pretty to eat almost Innovation In musical berta Merrill, Diane Petersen,
'. the Trail. News thisk -0- -0- programs on the West Coast of Lila Jaeckel, Mary Keeter,

would be who doesn'te Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atwood Florida will bring together 400 Alise Angel, Sharon Keeter,
guests, and the visitors delightful note from Wil- and their three childrenleft youngsters, 19 from the Venice Debbie Wolfe, Patty Edmond- \

lifting the gray spirits of ma Pitchford Hays, popularchildren's Mankato Minn., Tuesdayand area, in a 20-piano concert Sat son, Karen Prevatt, Carolyn if JJI
tells
authoress,
book at at Sarasota Jones Donald Woodrum, Ron
.Mica who otherwise would expected to arrive tomorrow urday 8 p m. ,
1 be miserable about the us she and her husband, R. are for visit with his Municipal Auditorium. The ald Jones, Patty Johnson Jan.
a
erabljp gray skies. Vernon for Hays two, are month's back in work-the aunt, Mrs Carl Hamilton concert will be repeated in et Duke, Linda Shanks and !, O '" w. Venice Ay.
area a Wendt
Bradenton on Sunday at 3 p.m. Melody
Mrs. Hamilton is busily huntIng -
visit. With two or three books The youngsters will be divided -
group of visitors, acmeerresidents usually "on the fire" at the a baby-sitter, or was the Local participants, students !in 14 from (frtrr ** \
of James !Mrs.\ groups ranging
and some just same time, she is, of necessity, first of the week, so she and : Mrs Hightower, the very young to advanced
.ui| here, gathered at thee working. Little-Brown is her the At woods can move around Benjamin Lamont and Mrs. students.
of the while they are i Clarence Wood, have been
Alex Stevensons Venice Elementary more freely
publisher. Concert numbers will be "A ?
Verdi Street after- here practicing for the concert since
Monday School children will rememberher 4
Mountain
Cha-Cha, "On the ,
i for fun and chitchat. The -0- the latter part of Novemberand
from talk she there "
gave "Peasant
a "Senorita Pepita,
'nuons, who have been last winter. With the Hays this Mrs. D. Dalton Smith of 236 have been attending week Dance," "Dude Ran c h,"

M residents for three year is her mother, who Is San Marco was the delighted ly practice sessions in Sarasoto "Dandy," "On the Trail,"
ra, arrived from their Nash. visiting with them from Lincoln hostess to two of her dear and Bradenton since the "Syncopated Clock," "Shep Easier Parade ofChildrens r
first of the an
e, Tenn. year.
home two weeksAt Robert Campbell
Neb. friends, Mrs. herd's Hey," "Jesu, Joy of r
Monday's gathering -0- of Yarmouth, Me. (and form Paul Wolfe, director of the Man's Desiring," "Minuet and

e Nashvlllians Dr. and erly of Venice) and Mrs. David I Florida West Coast Symphony Trio," "Rumba," "Pavanne,"
Ream Bradley, Mr. and Mrs Robert Baynard of St. Young of Boonton, N. J. last 'Orchestra, will serve as direc "Gavotte," "Contra Dance"
Overton Thompson, Mrs. Petersburg and formerly of 1 week. They were here for a tor of both concerts. The programs "March Militaire," "Corona ( fashions

Oft P. Rhett and former Venice has been named chairman short visit before going on to I are being sponsored by tion March," "Donkey Sere- ,
"vfllians. the Ed Balls. of the Delta Gamma Nat Pompano Beach. Sarasota County Music Teach. nade" and "Praeludium"
!II ional Convention which will be ers' Assn and Manatee County -
,1.11'1. Rhet'. IeterFMrs., held in Miami in June, Lucie i -o- Piano Teachers' Assn. An Although this Is the first time

I Goodall, and Mr and Grey writes from Raleigh, N. Another short visit from audience of between 1,500 and such a program has been attempted

Hugh! Dallas. Dallas, Tex. C., where she and her peripa long-time friends last week 2,000 is expected at each con- on the West Coast, it ai
has been done In two other
arena: were Mr and Mrs tetic family are now living was paid the George Grasslesof .. ,. .
.
Florida cities with consider.
3. Mercer- Other Venice Delta Gammasare Casey Key. Mr. and Mrs. cert.There admissioncharge '
Mrs. John Crofts and Mrs. Irwin Prabel of Detroit stopped will be no able success, chairmen said.
-- and the public U invit- Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Ansel
i
their
overnight on wayto
rdents at Crest Apart. Lyle Miller, the former Lydia by ed.
Gridley are Sarasota chairmenand
and fishing
II do some resting
Domm.
North
red Harbor Drive, south of Naples and fitted I Local students who will take Miss .Leonara Stewart is
or.of /. and Mrs. Fred -- right Into the busy Grassle part are Sheila Kaplan, Harold in charge of the Bradenton

dine Momence Ill (their The successful Venice Gar social schedule while here. I Kaplan, Philip Dick, Ro- concerthilm -
anniversary) and den Club dessert bridge and .
ore Turville -- -- ,
of Port Stan- fashion show Friday created

Ontario Canada (!his several pre-party parties I

hday) at; a dinner Friday ,Among these was the luncheon
lappyland
had Restaurant. They given by Mrs. Van Carter and P
day. ?afternoon barbecue on I Mrs. Clinton Tooley at the :

v;. There for the season Tooley home on Beach Road. I i;, 'r
and I
Mrs John Bocl- Gulf Shores women ware
01 -
.e West Virginia, Miss Gen guests and then went on to the
1 Bourke and Mrs. Ann afternoon of bridge and fashions c

.7. Timmins Ontario, .
Mr. and t tV
.V Mrs. Vincent -0- '

> tests Woodstock, N. V. end It Is wonderful to be able to AT

olii. Taffolo India-' say "Welcome back" to Sam / THENESTLEWOOD
sirs Mnr; and Mrs 'Sam and Joan Dillon and their

been DeMotte Ind. children who have returned r n ,a .
left for hf a month but from their brief stav In Mara ; ii, ;'n-nmns-A'--5.' kq

derdal the Keys Fort thon. Sam liked it fine; Joan, SUITS: '. DRESSES:
and Cape Kennedy
not at all ( a real case of
DAVID CRYST1L'AIGLON
-0- by DAWDOW *
Venice- homesickness, probably -
\nd: from C. S. Palmer ) and the youngsters they R

10 New York a whirlwind are glad to be back, too. If SPORTSWEAR: LYNBROOK
showed City where Joan isn't up to her pretty }
of CALIFORNIA
Shadow, the Wal- KORET NARDIS of DALLAS
arley'. neck in VLT activities by
Great Dane at the because JANTZEN COVER GIRL of MIAMI
'miner\ Kennel Club now, we'll be surprised ii
adlson Square Show the telephone was ring- HAYMAKER APOLLO

'red 11th. She Garden the ing off the wall with VLT ALEX COLEMAN of CALIF. MANCINI of CALIF
"of, trained the, who did the members' calls as soon as the i I o EASTER DRESSESfrom
4-yearold LADY MANHATTAN
11pion Dillons got here.
in conformation and
e procedure, -o- LADY VAN HEUSEN
red Shadow was I f PAULA DEAN of $4.98 to $12.98BOY'S
a. a special end did I A different slant on what to
<
CflPet, for points. FarIn see and do in Germany was .. 'BATHING SUITS MINNEAPOLISHARMONY SUITS
New York Venetians at the Neil t 1
) t on business, given JANTZEN FASHIONS
Ooink In the show Douglas film and commentary i I
the
$4.98 to $9.98
eM the Thursday because he had taken CEEB of MIAMI of MIAMI
The '

'11ere, got home Monday, the-way Ms camera spots Into and the filmed out-of- JEWELRY HANDBAGS ACCESSORIES Both Site 3 to 14 I !. II: \

vin,GONDo R has been smaller villages and the colorful G/7/i/ / For Every Occasion
hOlt festivals
historical
recently to a cute folk and
enterprising University| of connected with them. Lobby W. Venice Ave, Venice
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THURSDAY! FEBRUARY 20 ft,,
PAGE_ EIGHT THE VENICE GONDOLIER: I 'J


RAYMOND courtroom facilities. | the state of New Jersey until All States Michigan NightTo

(Continued from page 1) A resident of Venice for the entering the armed forces during Crazy Man Crazy WhiteakerRuns
World War II.
past 14 years, the 49-year-old
Venice Ave Raymond was born at Key He 1 I. a past president of Draw Biggest TurnoutMore
Setting up of regular office port, N. J., and was educatedIn Venice Area Activities, the For County Post
hour from 9 am to 4:30: the public schools there. He non-profit organization which
Those than 500 persons are Mettger, at the Ohio K
p m. also studied traffic engineering financed the Venice High Days AgainIt's
the All party last week. Mrs.
Employment of a fullllme I at Rutgers University and School athletic field. Raymond ENGLEWOOD Another expected to attend Rid
secretary. was employed as a field supervisor also is a past president of Vent candidate has announced his States Club Michigan Night, Wilson entertained with a r
Establishment of adequate in Ice-Nokomis Crazy, Man If in the largest party of the season for ing: and the Ohioans pit
traffic engineering for Rotary Club, past Crazy. week; and the S&H Redemption Intention of running
don't it for club, today at 8 p.m. at did a waltz number to 'Be
exalted ruler of Venlce-Noko- you dig you just store where your green Democratic primaries the "
mil Elks Lodge, past troop ain't "hep." stamps become reality in the county commissioner DistrictS Venice Civic Center. ful Ohio. Four hundred
FOR CLEANING walls committee chairman for Boy It's Crazy Days again, beautiful and wide choice of Charlotte County James D. The evening's events will be tended.
ceilings and Scout Troop 28 and a director Thursday, Friday and Satur.day articles you can redeem. ((Buck) Whiteaker, of Manor in charge of Ernest Stanke, in Canada will be the boo,
all types of floors you'll find of Teen Haven youth center. at the Venice Shopping I There's no doubt about It Road, Englewood threw his the absence of Mrs- O. I* Ma- state on Feb. 27.
td I Center and this year the merchants the Venice Shopping Center hat into the ring Tuesday, hon, chairman, who was called The public is invited la
SUNBRIGHT can do It all. We wash" The JP candidate Is serving business to De. parties.
have really gone be- Merchants have gone "price alongside of the hat already out of town on
down eaves, windows and scr'Insl! his eighth year on the Venice serk- There are special sale crazy" And in addition to tossed in by Mrs. Dorothy trolt. There will be special entertainment Club members win star
Council and his fourth I
City as and
Items for everyone in the fam saving you money they offer of Englewood, a door prizes potluck supper Monday R
president of the city's governing you friendly courteous service I Irkerln the sheriffs office. refreshment in addition to the tratlon will not be ace

Sunbright Janitor Service body. ily.Woolworth's is offering the combined with the efficiencyand They may be Joined in the con square, round and ballroom after tonight, officers said
He is Republican precinct gals a special magic turban pleasure of "one-stop" test bv Mrs. Fowler's ex-hu s' dancing.
P. O. BOX 1647, VENICE PHONE 488.1964 committeeman for Precinct that Is self-sealing and requires shopping band H. H. (Bill) Anger, present Eighty-sis person took part Assert
We clean rugs and carpets too 21, and a member of the Re. no pins. It's perfect for bed incumbent, who has not yet tMrs.the grand march, led by Ainger
To make your trailer sparkle like; publican Executive Committee or bench to keep curls In place announced his candidacy. Mary Elliott and William
r new. of Sarasota County, Republican De Sears' have their General WRIGHT Whiteaker was born March He Will Run

LET US WASH, WAX & BUFF I Party League of Sara. Electric steam and dry iron on (Continued from page 1) 12, 1924, in Jonesville, Va, and HUSTON
it for youilicensed Iota County and the South sale for less than $10, while moved with his parents to Englewood ENGLEWOOD L. A.
Insured -- Sarasota County Republican Adams and Houser has drastically mis Bank In Venice has been in June of that year. (Continued from page 1) ger said yesterday, that ,
Member of Chamber Club He also is a member of reduced the price of selected as his official depository He graduated from Venice-No- trary to reports published i,
of Commerce the American Legion and "et- chamois. for funds komis High School in 1941. derson. a Republican. where, he will be a card!
erans of Foreign Wars. Wright, who became Sarasota had defeated HUlton -
This is fine weather for I a Enlisting in the US. Army, Henderson for re-election to the Char
baking and with this in mind, County property owner in December 1942, he served in three years before in the County School Board.
1951: has been a full-time resi- for the District 5 county
Publix is making a special of. me South Pacific Area during race Alnger, the operator o
fer on 5-pound packages of dent of the county since 1959. World War II. He returned to commission seat. C supermarket, will be red
Gold Medal flour. You hare He is president and a stock the U.S. for flight training and Huston said he has only one"plank" Ms fourth four-year term,
your choice of the plain or holder in the Diffley-Wright attended William Jewel College in his political plat the board of public instruc
the self-rising. Five grain aspirinIs Corp. of Venice, which dealsin Liberty, Mo., and also St. form. "If I am elected to serve In citing his reasons
the Liggett Crazy Day special industrial supplies and Mary's College, near Livermore the people of Sarasota Countyfor seeking the post, Atnjer
so be sure to consult the equipment as well as a full I, C&lif. When he returnedto an additional four years, ferred to the appointive non
ad on page 23 for a really marvelous line of electrical boat hotels. Englewood, his permanent he declared, "I promise that I of naming a school sup
smartestswimsuits Canada NativeA will continue to serve aU of the tendent to into
saving. go alter
4. home, in February 1948, he en- :
native of Hamilton On. of aU the county in the
Beall's Dept. Store has dad tered the construction business people Charlotte County for the I
torso, Wright was born March same common-sense, open- time on Jan-, 1965.
in mind this week and has in which he is presently engaged -
31, 1901. He received his education minded, non-political manner "I believe 12
ilashed prices on their sized my yean
ji. and stretch men's socks. Now in Canadian schools and that I have served them in the perience will be an advantI
came to the United States in The candidate Is married montha and in the
11
past would like to
is the time to stock that see a good :
so
up and has two sons, the elder,
u 1921 where he entered the business same manner I will continueto carried out
you can "turn trim ankle"in gram !in
a machines field as a Conklin D., serving as an apprentice them in the next 11
pro serve
school and I would
L here the months to come. duction engineer at Buffalo, with the Earl Rawles months- lib

$ are there For are mothers fine savings and daughters at the N. Y. a Funeral student Home at Lemon and the Bay younger Junior "The office of the"Sarasota help do incumbent It"The said he .

HUNDRED'S OF NEW SUITS Terrace Shop where a group Seven years later, he became High School. Mrs. Whiteaker County Commission. he continued anxious to see Charlotte ]I
of A-Shaped skirts have been a manufacturer's agent, dealing "has become a full- School meet the qualified
the House of
runs Fashion
ALL FAMOUS BRAND NAMES in the sale and installation time operation in this fast-
cut to half price and the Center dress shop, owned by the family set up by the Southern An

Al have arrived! Beauty Salon is giving a of school equipment. Wright located in Port Charlotte. growing county of ours. The ation of Colleges and Sec
free color rinse with each moved to Detroit Mich., in problems and 'growing pains'are ary School and to see
One and Two Piece .... $8.95 to $21.95 shampoo and set And whileyou're 1934 to become sales manager many. educational facility regain
shopping for yourself, for a tool company. "During my service of the accreditation.The .
Sizes 10 to 46 Many with SUrfs and Jackets take those soiled men's trousers In the late 1930's he Incorporated HALEY past 11 months I have become school was dropped I h
along with another garment his own firm of R. M fully aware of many of these the SACSS accredited !Ui
r THEY'RE HERE. OUR BEAUTIFUL to Wolfer's One-Hour Wright Co., Inc., dealing with (Continued from page 1) problems facing our county. 1962 because the present ted '
"Martlnlzlng." You will really industrial supplies end equip Sarasota, Manatee, Polk, liar- Some of them have been solved superintendent, W S. (rt
SPRING COLLECTIONof be amazed at the price set ment, and still maintains an dee, DeSoto, Charlotte, Highlands and some we are in the Hancock, lacked the secede
for cleaning and pressing Interest in the concern as process of finding solution. qualifications required
chairman and Okeechobee counties "All of them," he added
them. of the board and ma. SACSS.
Misses and Women's While you're on Jority stock holder. require a lot of good, commonsense Hancock, whose term
your shopping
Haley announced that
DRESSES and saving leave Business Major Frank open-minded, non- superintendent expires !r
SPORTSWEARMISSES spree D. Henderson of Bartow wouldbe
your car at Quit Garden Auto Wright attended the Univers his political thinking, which in my 31, has indicated he may
DRESSES Sizes 10 to Center It, of Buffalo, where campaign treasurer and opinion has not been the
20 they'll give it t lubrication he studied that enter the political fray *ibid
; the Citrus and Chemical ,
t WOMEN'S DRESSES business course of action taken at various
Sites l2'/j to 24'/2 job for considerably less management and Bank of for Iherlff.MARINE .
r 1 than a dollar. sales. In 1928, he married the Bartow was designated times by a majority of the
former as his official campaign. Board of County Commissioners
: Also Dorothy Manuel
l waiting to serve you are of
Without Elss', famous for their beautiful Corning N. y, The Wrights pository'' The Congressman'sofficial I AQUARI
Elegance
Extravagance and original artificial have two daughters Mrs district office also is "I am concerned about the (Continued from page 1 II
flower decorations and arrangements Charles Johnson of El Paso, in Bartow. operations of the office of the the city council called tor
THE COTTON FAIR ; Don Pullen's Texas, and Mrs George Men- The Sarasota lawmaker, a Board of County Commissioners. sponsors of the proposed
Barber Shop, which specializes old of Detroit, and five grand former president of the Ring- It Is one of the largest traction to pay the city an
234 Temiami Tr. Venice Phone 488-4743 in "family service"; Whit- children. ling Circus has long been an business enterprises in Sara nual rental for the prop<
aker's Koin Kleen laundry, Wright still maintains his outspoken advocate for economy outs County. It entail the ex based on a percentage of
open 24 hours a day, 7 days aNOTICE I membership in the Recess in government and pendlture of large cum of income from admlssirnucs :
I I Club in Detroit. > hi,.1"; ?.._ al/ainst ......I.'ufn..I,",_.'" money. It in often ea8"f' to fnr. gross _
man' organisation.. Helga- spending. 'Hji--tpo-r;;; ;;t sane get the value of the dollar 'Tve said for av a\IUDS good mrnyear. ,
member of the Venice Yacht ionty on two ranking committees the taxpayer's dollar in a I ," declared Broke
Club Interior and Insular business such this.
and the Venice Power Af as "that Venice is never going
Squadron, and is president of fairs and the powerful Veterans "We must do everything ta realize its potential until
the Affairs our power to get full dollar
Manasota Key Associa- Committee Is of a beachfront is commercial
tIm great value to all Florida. He value for every dollar that we ..
and I'll stick: to that il
Mr. and Mrs. Wright attend ranks near the top of both must spend. ment.
Raphael's Church in Ensle- committees and is chairmanof Huston went on to say he is Brohard further
wood. the Interior Indian available, meanwhile to Mayor
Affairssubcommittee. discuss
BUILDING dared that such an attract t
H.A.R.V. PLUMBING WATER He also heads any problems with his
could realize sufficient ft'
the
subcommittee on Veterans constituents "I am sure," he
WOULDN'T STEP ON IT Administrate. 3e-election iU said, "that this can be Instrumental nue potential for the city

CONDITIONING AND ELECTRICAL JACKSONVILLE Fla. (AP) move the tall, energetic FlorIdian in furthering our 'em.ploveremploye' beachfront develop its into mile a public of air t'
-A school principal was surprised Into the upper 20 per cent relationship."
to walk into a classroom of House membership in length The 48-year-old Huston has reational facility.
EXAMINATIONS FOR SARASOTA COUNTY and find a barefoot of service. been a resident of Venice and
teacher carefully sweeping the Sarasota County for the past
I' floor while the pupils sat with .. 14 years. A real estate broker I
feet pulled Up on their seats. THE BEST and builder, he has been active
The Department of The teacher explained in civic affairs in the South
Regulatory Services will hold Sarasota she
County Contractors had lost one of her new con FOR LESS! County for the past 10 years.

Examinations Saturday March 21st 1964 at the following locations tact lenses. She discovered a 1.1.1Lt1 Call Huston and his wife, the
:
short time later that it had former Lucille Hale, have two
: just slipped to one side of her "WSsT: '. HUGH children, a son, Trevor Lee, II
"""""""""" 24.
graduated
eye and the class returned to McPHERSON from the Uni
normal. P59-140 488-6567 versity of Florida last May,
and a daughter, Shelley Rae
,
Building Contractors -- 8:00: A. M. 14. a student at-- Vrnin.. -.--- .ui.k"."

I County Commissioners Hearing Room JIM PONDER'S' School


p Room No. 129 Sarasota County Courthouse DRIVE-IN LIQUORS Orchestra CutsDay's .

,
125 W. Venice Ave Venice Phone 4884508


HJULV. Contractors -- 8:00: A. M. Rehearsal

CABIN STILL Toda)'* rehearsal of Venice

County Commissioners Civic Orchestra and Chorus
Hearing Room 6 YEAR OLD has been cancelled so that VENICE

Room No. 129 Sarasota County Courthouse Kentucky Straight Bourbon Youth member Symphony may attend Orchestra the

concert today at Venice High FEED

Electrical Contractors. 8:00: A. M. Fifth Full Quart School Next at rehearsal 8:15: p.m.wffl be on SEED &

Feb. 27 at 7:45:: pm. at VenICe STORE
Room No. 150 County Courthouse 8429 5619 Junior High. School. Direct
tor Paul Goldenstein says the "Tnc Comp/ef/
orchestra badly
needs
wind
Reg. $5.15 Reg. $6.48 and string instrument and Garden Center

t. Master Plumbers & Journeymen Plumbers -. 9:00: A. M. GUARANTEEDPARK teur players, adults professional or youths,or and ama request Dial 483- 3457

I that anyone interested 248 Miami Av .
r Sarasota Vocational School, in playing with the group get -
In touch with him.
Machine Shop & TILFORD FULL QUART =--


t t t\" \ I South Trail & Browning Street $3.49 CANADIAN VENICE MOWERSALES

: WHISKEY

c: Water Conditioning Contractor .. 1:00: P.; M. 3 for $10. &

,+- l/j STAMPS $5.69 SERVICE
Sarasota Vocational School

; i Machine Shop LIMITED STOCK (Canadian) International Harvest

.' South Trail & Drowning Street SEAGRAM'S CROWN ROYAL Lawn Boy

Tore .' Kee

i No applications for examination will be accepted after March 5th 1964. 3 FOR $10.50 Aden's Riding Mower
Imperial Blue Gnu .
Kessler
Corby P.M. G & W .
Applications shall be filed at Room No. 150 County Courthouse. Ten High Stillbrook Charter Oak Philadelphia '

Guctenheimer Kintey Walker Gin Flaiihmann Gin ,- Introductory Offer
Tom Moore- Heubleim Creme d. Menthe Gilby Vodka r AT OUR NEW STORE .

; : K. D. I/I STAMPS J Ir 1131 I S. T.mUmI Trait
.
Brumbaugh Supervisor WE GIVE IJ- ,P ROTARY

}, BLADE SHARPENINGwith
., Department of Regulatory Services .
TV STAMPS this coupon offer good ttl April 1 h.-


i NOW LOCATED

432 S. TWamt Trail Phone /St-S7#


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rn. ..qAy rMARY 40. 1964 1 _
THE VENICE GONDOLIER PAGE NINE
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Hunter Son NamedTo BEAIL'S GOES WilD !I


Political GroupAndrew VENICE SHOPPING CENTER I


A, Hunter of Boston, WITHCRAZY
Ma*s., son of Rear Adm.
George P. Hunter and Mrs.
r Hunter of 100 the Eaplanade,
: 1 was appointed Friday to the
j ; Advisory Committee ef the
l
;toe American Council, Atlantic DAYS
: Assn of Young Political Leaders .
;:jrr : .

.,.',,'oJ'.. ..,,.r by cil The FEBRUARY 20. 21 22
u ue1.yo f'j: !

; 1...,... "'\ .lJr", two and month parents :. SHOP US AND GO CRAZY WITH JOY SAVINGS!


: :;. their
''J: .' .. ).. vember I LADIES' SPORTSWEAR i I
: on

:;: live George in .- BROKEN CO-ORDINATES 1 Values
to '
The 1/2 RICE SALE 450 700
fliJlI' national FAMOUS LABELS 8.99 to 13.99

ed of of the
,.., both and SLACKS CAPRIS
tII8Io.-- Its in Values SALE 1 1.50LADIES'LINGERIE
|ES iNTALLATION-Officeri of Venice Chapter 248, Order ly and New WHILE THEY LAST Were to 5.99
'e f ',rn Star,, were Installed Saturday evening at Ma- crats Republican been
TI "':e and approximately 250 a
s attended the installa- to
In ; Mrs Forrest Chapman of Sarasota, left, past ing of
.;:d : Iron of the Grand Chapter of Florida and Masonic its first Executive alternate I r I
5t:' tea was installing officer. Newly worthy matron
the Repub
WI.! W.de Ballard Sr., center, and new worthy patron, political At
I)'TI i.::: J right. Mr. and Mrs Bruce Rigby are the retiring other
c. :y t Iron and matron United Republican Hunter FLANNEL AND CHALLIS Most Original 2.99 and
(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) 9roApr
ties year platform servo SLEEPWEAR/ sizes and 5.99 Value 0I
Bank the
,ircle Meetings Lay Readers with He Is reso cur
1953 He
the foreign

''ated By \\VSCS At St. Mark's .I and of the nat and LADIES' DRESSES I

William H Blewitt, A. Walter .

brtarr, : circle' meetings of were Johns licensed and as Russell Episcopal Twlng lay FAMOUS NAMES Values Were SALE 5.00 & 7.1GIRL'S 00
M or m t Society forn readers during/ special services YOU WILL RECOGNIZE to 16.99
Service of Venice- ,
Mark's
at St. Episcopal Church
i Methodist Church
I be held Monday and TuesV Sunday The licenses, conferred by : '
The Rt. Rev Henry I. Louittit, FALL MATERNITY WEAR REDUCED 25%
.
Mt'dar, meeting of the D.D., Bishop of South Florida, g g g g
,'.' V Curry Circle will were presented by The Rev hold ,
it i pm. at the home of Donis Dean Patterson, rector dIe-light
i C I Vonnerholm of 605 Only licensed lay readers In evening Mrs. ,
,. ''J T:ad. Mrs Russell St. Mark's parish they may of God Mrs. Buck I I[ WEAR \I'
sre /and Mrs. George now assist the minister In the punch '.
T be in charge of de. of Ralph kept the
d program ing reading prayer,morning read the and epistlein even. of clda ,''J TOPPERS NOT MANY BUT 1 OFF 5.99-3.GO
circles will meet
the sacrament of holy /2
EXCELLENT BUY ORIGINALPRICE
and
is follows, : communion train others In lay Lowland nr 1 13 99 7.00JEWELRY
: ; Cmle 9:30: a.m. it reading and read sermons pre COATS IF YOUR SIZE .
:f Mrs Ray Lapping was
pared by bishops and priestsof
Devotions and pro- the Angelican D.
Communion
r'i "'le! Ethel 8,30, Bickel a.m. at licensing They were by The recommended Rev, Mr Pat for by bride' her j L 1 I
f Mrs- Russell The
) > Tilt terson and will be responsibleto with attend'w
1 I. Dolions and pro- him In their lay reading

i it C Mrs.rde Hugh,Carl 8pm Kefauver Taylor. at, capacities and ding ';1 3 GREAT SAVINGS,' GROUES I g a I'I. g I g 23 43(! 93tj !;

.a. Acne' Osprey by Mrs Deprogram Pre-Exhibit!) Fete sell sonrj The j Plus Federal I Excit end Stat TeaMEWS

"' !"?k Circle 8 p.m. formal i 1 I
of, Imis Mrs. Ave.M Cousf Do-- For VG ArtistsA neck taffeta, WEAR I IpnRT

1 i by Norman Mrs. Arthurr Park. reception from 2 to S p.m.Sunday double Her COATS JUST IN TIME Values I Int
.
at Venice GardensRecreation I carried 515
525
r SEASON to 520
FOR
.. 2 p.m. at the Center will honor I ed with -
W. T Pettit, the artists invited to show in of L : ZEnS CHANGES 29.95
Nokomis De the art exhibit opening there an ,
I A W, Hanner Sunday va
'n: by Mrs Arthur Hostesses will be Mrs. R. V land:s't I I 1 LONG SLEEVES SPORT SHIRTS Jt. SALE 1.27

,, ""d Circle 8 p.m Handley. James, Mrs Takores Vincent and HunekeMrs Mrs., matron was of ;- ,
e of Mrs. RaymondC E F. (director Virginia) White, recreation with :
rims) Drive Noko- quet

':r-IL: 1. F is Blackburn.. and program Garold Among are Stryker artists Lee, Leila Lasburv invited\Vatlm to, Dr.exhibit ;-. Cole to .e 4' FORM FIT SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS S OBOY'S tLt toa3 99 SALE 1.77I

--- ton, Alma Bell, Jack Kail, Cole, a i
fees To Tatiana McKinney, Lorraine tical dre
Sponsor Johnson, Clarice Shaffer, Gwen with
I
I WEAR
Lockerby yeah Handler, Stcfanla taffeta. ,
Year Gala Takores and Kazulka pink 1 Lc..r !l i

p'cap". amis Drove 141, E'wood-Crusade- I sheath line.moiner, WASH AND WEAR SLACKS Values to 3.99 SALE 2.47

'i I id Patriotic Order Chairman Named Hayes
I v. i I Hayes,
sponsor
Leap
r. ':n and Fashion a ENGLEWOOD Mrs. Bea 3.74
DRESS WEIGHT SLACKS
Carawan Values to SALE
l''. 57 at 12'30pmC Jenkins, local real estate broker man 5.99.
dens Recreation and active civic worker, has. and
been named 1964 Cancer Crusade
e"i''' r'", ird n and Sndey Mrs Is Frank gen- wood chairman area. for the Engle- Cole mony A SWEAT SHIRTS Values too 129 SALE 67c
t 1 II
be comments The appointment of Mrs
!pod by /
,' ns from The Cot Jenkm! was announced this of the. A
week by Mrs. Charles McQ by- fern the 80 KNIT SHIRTS 6.8.10.12 Only SALE
: "' will be Mesdames Roberts of Nokomis, general Beach Values to 89c 6ft
.
t, Ralph AndersonV chairman of the South County .
(I'
'I i< Jr. II W Bau fund dflve for the 17th straight WWI 111 a I
I Gauvreau, D ,
M year evening
I ,In R., K Norwood, C. AjF Mrs. Jenkins owns end operates contests I LINENS ZHD FLOOR I
nk, Blackburn and the Bea Jenkins Real Es. hat"
tate agency She also la president PORT Walter
v If' Baler will he In of the Business and Professional third d w i c h, ORIGINAL 2.99 to
r .
of ".w th. n-usic A dona Women t Club and. of World BEDSPREADS 1/2 1 iO to 5 50
r"' ""r wit'IS I be may requested be made. the Republican. Club of Englewood \will hold prize Mrs. FAMOUS NAMES PRICE0.99. .

.:,.1.'0 Mrs RichArd Sade)' meeting Rush.
S. C Cutler Jr. The Dominican Republic was Yacht
ruled by dictator Rafael L All most ri- 3U GRAB COUNTER YOU'LL BE SURPRISED
Trujillo Molina from 1930 to :
,Wonal: )) ) Youth 1961 assassins, when he was slam by urged Barracks to ),

........... .
L i 1 r i' ..1
JW To Visitors I FABRICS .. 2ND FLOOR

r, ,7 I ; RESORT & CRUISE WEAR

I 'r:hunh lub ibprs, of entertained St.of Epl Mark's coI D by. r i' B r rL SELECTED CROUP VERSITABLE PRINTS SALE :o69c: 23it yd

\I Jlhs of St WU McMullen Evan Picon*' Stacy Ames
,I. "' 'a, at a pizza I
ai" the Jelme Leigu Majestic Branigan Ii
'r r*
evening prayer Country Set Lady Arrow 0 1 1
;I j'('nk. the supper of P'z' E I ,
a film strip on k DRESSES from ....11.95 .,
r
,\ 1 or:" Teenagers,t was We wish to show for patronage with "Crazy"Savings
"ni i- dancing of the evening S SHORTS from 6.95 U !( our appreciation your
and
fcl HOUSES from .................. 4.95 S i to you .. Shop Yellow Signs :
S Petite Juniors Misses .
STRETMIOin WoW 0 Half Sizes I
; DOLLARS s a E WE INVITE ; i' 12 FULL HOURS t

Wuglw? Call- E THE RESORT SHOP YOUR CHARGE' E ALL S OF SHOPPING l'

I., HUGH SUIT EACH WEEK DAY
( .A5 McPHERSON SWIM 70S W, VENICE AVE VENICE ACCOUNT VENICE SHOPPING/ CENTER I
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(59.141 4886547 r. ... ,.. .......... "., .... ... ................... .,...,.", ,, '""" "'."" ,-"'"' ':N' im> "mill, ;I .., t. .


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'THURSDAY, FEBRUARY "
2tI, '
_TEN THE VENICE GONDOLIER I _. ... ___..._...'"'-..._.... ....... -....- Ii.--..64:.

I NPC Shopping Center I CERTIFICATE



Runs Into Legalities .

.... ., I

-Mayor NORTH Flavius PORT CHARLOTTE Wood says' ,..".
there are "many legal aspect ". ,
SV Day In '
*" to be cleared up before YM
vacating a dedicated street to ,
pave the way for a proposed ,
chopping center. I Contest At '
Robert E. Huff, central
manager of General Development Sunday will be South I ,
Corp. in North Port Char Day in the Jaycee e l ', :, / '
lotte, has requested that the ent contest at the Gulf I city not only vacate the street, with all acts on the 1'0.', ."/ #. -
but has asked for amendments bill from the South t '
to deed restrictions. Huff says area. ,
these will be necesssry before Headliners In the :: fit"
construction can begin on the ent show will include th .
center. Notes, popular South <<
The proposed shopping center barbershop quartet w
to be located at the cornerof members are Elmer '
Biscayne Boulevard and U. Frank Bemm, Harry
S. 41 (directly across the Tarn- and Earl Smith.
taint Trail from the city hall), The Jaycee talent
hu long been the subject of have been changed to
controversy between the local matinee., beginning
leildents and the developers A movie will follow the
The city commission passed ute amateur talent :
a resolution last week specifically I tray IW'n
+' '
the requesting center, the prompt promise actionon of SV Choral I e"C
which has apparently been on I
lye Mayor promise Wood until indicated now. the Rehearsals for furniture from
city fathers will move as rap ..
SOUTH VENICE A
idly as possible to remove any -
rbntacle which might stand in choral ed here group, with will first be FR E
GDC's way for this project P BRITTON'S house of furniture
set for Monday st 7:30
Huff In requesting the city
action, did not commit himself in the Community group will House.The WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
as to when work will start
on the center. He said he was twice monthly on the
"not at liberty to say any more fourth Mondays. Only
on the subject at this time sites for membership
new choral group are TERRACE APARTMENT
terest in music and the
Stuart To Address to carry a tune,
E'wood Civic Meet an ruary announcement meeting of at the the between February 20th and March 31, 1964
ENGLEWOOD-County Tax Venice Civic Association.
Assessor William Stuart will --- ;
explain the proposed homestead The Florida Business t '\' ? for full Information
exemption changes at the of First Research Corp. :t
meeting of the Englewood Civ- ami says that Highlands
ic Assn of Sarasota County in ty and the Sebrmg ; ; -\n\ see BRmWS booth at the
the American Legion building be one of the primary t "
Tuesday at 8 p.m. areas of Florida in the -
; TRY-CITY HOME SHOW


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.- DRAWING!


for set of Malone Mattresses, valued at $159
register at BRITTON'S house of furniture display

at the TRI.CITY HOME SHOW on Feb. 26 thru Feb.

29. Adults Only may register. Drawing will be Feb.
))E 29 at 8:00: p.m.

sa I Furniture Certificate Toward An Apartment At Fabulous

3 PALM TERRACE


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Boats For Sale Boats For Sale READ AND USE


14FTFEATHERCRAFT., MUST SELL 22' "Revel CLASSIFIED ADS
:' aluminum fishing! boat. A-l Craft" cabin cruiser stand.up .
condition. $150. Apply "Fla- head; twin 1961 40 H.P. Ev-
more" Myakka River, So. inrude "Lark" motors Loaded Venice, Florida
Venice. with extras In
Everything excellent DEPENDABLE I
condition. Ph. 4884961It
MUST SELL 14-ft BOAT 25 DRY WALL

HP. electric starter motor, takes one acre of healthy
trailer, canapy, windshield. forest 20 years to grow the SERVICE
.1 Fully equipped. $260. 1028 lumber for a five-room frame c. W. Curwood 488-1330
THE VENICE GONDOLIER Houses For Sale Rentals 'I Myrtle Ave. house

Business PersonalsLet Misc. For Sale -- -- ..
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CLASSIFIED $88 MONTHLY, including tax- FURNISHED
es and insurance, buys duplex, us do your PAPERHANGING TRY DIADAX Tablets (formerly I
a reasonable I
Citrus
beautiful new 2 bedroom home. lands. CaU High and painting. Reason- Dex-a-Diet). New name, ,
BATES No cash needed if you have 958-5492 or 488-1056. able. First-class: work. Kroupa, same formula. Only 88 cents. I

good credit. Byron M. Markle, \lBN''I. I 114.. PI. s.... a. 474-2550. Dick 4t Meadows Pharmacy. I

Charge Ratet. both Thursday Realtor. Phone 8.4706. DANDY....... ale I ea NUR.. .linl..I.hd. wl'h .pll.,..bu.h.t. bur.. Dressmaking, alterations, draperies NEW USED GARAGE I ONE STOP
end Monday Edition SOUTH VENICE. 2 bedroom C.B LOU JACOBS. 481-MST etc, reasonable 488-1130 EQUIPMENT.
1 bath Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication I
$1.59 Florida room. Carport MODERN FURNISHED 2
,
utility Work shop. Air. rooms bath Equipment Repairs. ,
Central ducted '
(112| word minimum) conditioned. 488-4227 heat cedar closets, electric SHEPARD TRI-COUNTY 1070 DeSoto EQUIPT Rd, CO. \e AUTOMOBILE -

Additional Words, each 6c kitchen. Adults. Yearly baste
FISHING
SWIMMING, BOATWO. LUMBER CO. Sarasota, Fla. '
I 2 bedroom, custom. $60 month Write P. O. Box Call collect 335-1240 SERVICE
1302 Venice.MODERN. (ID03 N. Washington Blvd. !
CASH rctes, both Thursday built home on channel. Central
and Monday Edi+ions heat Air-conditioned. Below FURNISHED Sarasota COMPLETE WARNER Electric
4
,
cost. caU Co. rubber stamp outfit
Channel Lane Nokomjs. rooms bath
electric kitchen,
S1.40 in un-opened crates. Sell
488-5062* cedar closets ELLIOTT PAULfor one-
central duct half price. Sunbeam electric

m'ntmum' Vc-Airs. a ... heating, all-conditioning. Adults mower, new motor. Many electric
|11 l2 word ) Rd 1n. s.. basis
Wordt. each Be OAADT h._ ,.RDR. SI"BlJRItAN It.u....a Yearly $110 month. Write ROOF TRUSSES: power tools. Phone 488- Complete Body Upholstery and Repair Facilities
P.O.
Additional l..s Call. LOU'I..m.UCOBI"'.d.,. fl8.un"...... Box 1302. Venice. Alum. Windows X Doors. ]1667.

u All Cn lr*> Hi II""t- Contract Roofing & Painting REPAIR FACILITIES
yj.U.n .. '"'" .' ."'. DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS 2 Phone COOKOUTS WITHOUT
1!? to .. ll.wrtl.ll. M wnt.J S WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedrooms baths, complete, by season or 488.2132 Venice SMOKE. GE Rotessene. Oven 2 TYPES OF WRECKERS OFFERING
..... .
J_, M5 .NY .1. Iba..11M 114 baths year. 100 The
garage, Esplanade, 488- Broils, roasts, bakes. Used
..A. ,.rrioI... ...dr".6.e.lln lie" dock. Reasonable. Margaret 5698. PersonalALCOHOLICS little. Excellent condition ap 24-HOUR
.. SERVICEFREE
D..h.r. b nII. 5. .s..ln. Drive Laurel Villa. pearance. Accessories, stand,
CASEY KEY on the Gulf 2 long cord, out and Indoor use
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY GULF BEACH FRONT Bdr. bedroom furnished house ANONYMOUS. $25.00. Phone 488.1109. TELETYPE SERVICE THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH
Inch $300 3 bath, alrconditioned. Com- Screened porch. 488-1333, 488- Mondays, 8 p.m., St. Mark's
One Edition, per
Editions, Inch $3.50 pletely furnished. Exclusive lo- 2151. Episcopal Church Parish Hall. STANDARD ROYAL TYPEWRITER Parts Available For More Than 100,000 Vehicles
Both per Call
488-4794.
cation. 10Ox metal
00. Seawalled. No with stand.
ads payabl. In.d.lnce city tax. By appointment only FOR RENTALS "Golde" fdmatlc 2x2 slide proLector Free Courtesy Car While Yours Is In Our Body Shop
All elanified 488-4006. la Venice Area Business and
OpportunityFILL equipped with strip
encept establishedCANCELLATION See projection equipment. All excellent BOND AUTO PARTS AND BODY SHOP .,
Iccount. 2 BEDROOM, completely fur ENORMOUS DEMAND.A condition. Ph. 488-4061.
nished. Separate garage. CHIPS JOHNSON Multi-Million Dollar industry Ipal Trailer Park.
or Warm Mineral Springs. 10500. Realtor Today. A Billion Dollar 300 Seaboard Ave. Phone 488.6550I

ADJUSTMENT Russell-Rlgbv Margarita St., 306 W. Venice Av*. 488-2279 Industry Tomorrow. Amway Auto For Sale i I .
/.4. S.se.llafen", ; __ Phone. 428-1203. Inspection in- Corporation has over 50 products "'"'-' ----- -
I vitro BY OWNER. 3 Bedroom fur. for home and industry. '
; ;-nt-b';
di e a u I e of 61 CHEVY WAGON, take over -
Wished home, by month or The largest direct selling organization
for payments 936 Groveland
be
mult made BY OWNER
rror I. year. $133 per month plus util ;: in the world. We fore 2:30: p.m. ,
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE 3 year old quality built home ities. Prefer retired or working need distributors for every
5 p.m. on Monday. For Monday $2,500 under cost. 2 BR. 1H couple. No pets. 420 Harbor state end Canada. Investmentsfrom
Gondolier BEFORE 5 B. 2-car garage, large screen- Drive. Will be vacant Feb. 18 $50 to $10,000 depending 64 Buick THRU THEReal
p.m. on Thursday. ed-in pool end terrace; central or 24th.VENICE. on size of Distributorship. Tremendous LeSabre
heat air-conditioned; large profits, early retire 4-Dr. Hardtop Sedan
PHONE landscaped lot. GARDENS. Furnished ment. Investigate this Business
837 Laurel Ave., Venice 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Season Opportunity at Amway Booth 3000 Miles I Estate
488-3123 or thru October. 488- 582. "Tri-Cily Home Show," Feb.

VENICE GARDENS 25-29 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ring. was $4000 Car
Furnished 'IUOO.OOSave AT OSPREY, on Private Estate ling Bros Winter Home, Ven Now $3500R. '
unfurnished 4 bedroom; ice Airport. Ask for Mr. S. M. Corner
big rent Maw
: on closing. living room with fireplace; "Jim" Jimison.ESTABUSHED, I. RHODES
Real EstateS $420000 down takes kitchen; dining room; laundry;
everything $90.00 per month. one bathroom; gas furnace and ANNUAL Magnolia Are.
Pro I
Located on one of the choicewaterfront YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOME
stove; GE refrigerator
TO 170 ACRES. High and ; vege motion. Will sell Venice and Nokomis
lots In Venice table garden; garage; available Clearwater
dry. Located between Venice Franchises. $10,000 Tel. 488.5310
{end Englewood $300 per cere. Gardens, with all utilities. March first, rent $100 I Will pay big dividends on investment AND LOT VALUES
Shape and size of lot afford
monthly annual basis Phone
{Excellent terms. Call Owner, Part time. Financ
Shcrtsota 9244913.I privacy in large back yard Seaman, 966-2825,, or your own ing to qualified persons. Have
overlooking lake 2 bed, Realtor. other interest.
Ask for Mr. S.
HAVE GOOD BUYS In South rooms, 1H baths, built In M. "Jim" Jimison at the "Trt- "NOW they

Venice lots and homer Also stove end oven. Screened Mobile Homes City Home Show," Feb 25-29,
buyer for 2 bedroom home on porch on S.E. side for year 10 am. to 10 pm.. Venice have an MODEL HOUSE 2 BLOCKS TO

: to 5 acres close-in. Call round comfort. Perfect drain ALMA, 21-ft. trailer Good con singling Bros Winter Quarters. Downtown Venice
\ vkendall Real Estate 488- age. 2 years old. Good new dition. Sleeps four. $400-()() Airport. E.Z.RAKEGasoline In East Venice
"a 34 4 miles south on U.S. 41.lA furniture. Brand new twin Weissman Palmetto Rd., No 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths City Water
beds, Ref., drapes, carpet, LOW CAPITAL Investment
komis. required
STEAL ON GULF, large( lot dishes, cooking utensils, to purchase Formica Kitchen Paved StreetCentrallyducted 50' i 120' lot

100 ft. Gulf beach, 364 ft.depth blankets and yard tools. Tile 10x47 STEWARD, 2 bedroom, from local moving and storage equity Carport & Utility Get Heat TOTAL PRICE 10900.00

with dock on Bay. bedroom roof Argentine grass, nice screened patio. Waterfront. company. Excellent opportunity Screened Porch Prepaired for Air. H. N. WIMMERS
concrete block homeith planting. On quiet dead-end Priced reasonably. Lot 53, Harbor for owner-operator repre- of Corner Lot 85 I ISO conditioninq
big! 2-car garage. Use as street with expansive turnaround Lights, VenJce.PERMANENT senting one of nation's largest I REALTOR n,
i nice home or concert to In- In a neighborhood of transportation companies. Current 221 W. Miami Ae
rome or investment property. well kept homes that are not MOBILE Home business established two GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT 488-5308
Zoned R3 multiple use. DrasiHcally all alike.MYRON. for sale, with 11x24 Florida years with excellent reputation 4836413INTERESTED

] reduced for quick saleto McGLYNN Realtor room. Completely furnished. in area Business Includes storage
JO.500. only $5,700 cash. Or 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Also garage, utility room, local moving packing and
.?..J] trade for good lot!!. No washer-ironer, covered patio in booking Inter. and intra-state IN SOUTH VENICE ON
elating costs M rear. Covered boat well Very furniture
Byron Mark. moves. Owner must JAMAICA ROAD
BY OWNER Ideal location. reasonable. 1908 Ravenna St.
,
Jr. Rc 't
or. Phone 4884706. meet van lines
requlremenl.for CB home terrene
2-bedroom
,
Near Gulf. 1 year old. 2 B.R., Nokomis East.
CORNER PROPERTY 170x 2 Both Large living room dining transfer franchise. All replies Powered ? floors, tprayed-crete: car
I 145 ft. area. All-electric kitchen, 10x38 MODERN TRAILER lOx confidential. Write to P. porte, large lot landscaped.Only .
8
unit motel, 4 eWe! 0. Box 304 Laurel Fla. Rent It! Buy If!
er"Its. Must sell-illness. Prlc- disposal and refrigerator, Florida 20 concrete patio with full $8000. GOOD TERMS.
ed bc''' i room utility room. Heat aluminum awning. All in excel-
wr property value. On Venice H. N. W/mmers/ Reaffor
the Tr'U in Venice Phone for and airconditioninz.. Tile l lent condition. Lot 174, Venice Wanted To Buy Mower CITY OF VENICE LOT

Particulars, 488.6635.F roof. Landscaped. 100x150 ft. Municipal Trailer Park. 432 S. Tamiaml Trait REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE City Water Sewer, PavementIn
HEAVY DUTY DEEP SEA
lot. Sprinkler system, own well. and paid for. $1,900.
SALE by owner, First City water, sewer. Many extras. 10x43 kitchen.ft., 2 BEDROOMS, front outfits. Good condition. Phone 488.5722I Agent for Wetter, Union Telegraph.

.Tn'' Mlg payments, on local property, 8% 408 Valencia Rd. Call 488. canal. Venice Screened Bay patio.Trailer On Reasonable. Phone 488-1845. Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I Martin S. Stancik
Pres.mt for
5178
monthly. appointment.
balance 448980. Address Park, Lot 153. CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

{go* 8(11( Loire Wrrth. Fla. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. NEW AND USED TRAILERS HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice 488.5443 r

South Venice 2 Bedroom, 1 15: to 50'. See New Moons. Fla A Y -
Lots For Sale bath home. Walking distance to Metro Models. H. J. Darlington best- ,
bay and gulf. Beach. Terms. F. Sales, Nokomis, Hwy 41. Fh. wax 'r
jt-OT i: ON HIGHWAY 773. 142'x J. Korinek, 824-0156, 7636 Cove 488-2608. Lovely 2 bedroom CB hem

561' fronting on 2 paved Terr., Saraiota. JANITOR SERVICEWe with Fla. room, screened
muds. W cary Rt. 2, Box 10' :X 48' VINDALE, ALUMI NEW corner
breezeway carport,
|1281 1. Naples. Flal 3 BEDROOM frame. Corner NUM, 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, n ,
Specialize: In 100'. Landscaped.
lot, city water and sewer. gas heat, large gas tank, wall 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME lot 120' x
LOT 582 Venice Gardens. Price Walk to school and store $7,250 oven, Kelvinator, sliding doors RESIDENTIAL SERVICE Located Completely furnished includ
11850 Write Walter Polskl, 30 per cent below cost! Call exceptional closet space and t Also Commercial Centrally ing tore, refrigerator, wash-
W Wrd Ave., No., St. Peters- 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. cabinets TV antenna, awnings, WASHING OF EAVES CITY WATER SEWER AND PAVED STREETS ing machine, lawn mower,
turf, Fla. covered patio. Not new but re ,1 i $2,000 DOWN .tc. Owner leaving. Said tell.
oars ATTRACTIVE. HOME In nice painted and refurnished. Nice WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS $10,895.
"l OrKS or RKS. LOTS .
ALRfI VIN"| R "I'KINFSS' SITES section of Venice Two bedrooms location and wonderful neighbors COMPLETE FLOOR CARE $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER
_OxRR. LOU JACOBS .....m two baths, screened Lot 150 or rail at office 1 Washing Waxing Buffing H. P. HORN

ELK INLET Sea walled prlv- porch Ave.and, So.carport, Venice, 1001$14,000.Nokomis HARBOR LIGHTS. FREE ESTIMATESALL FRANK C. RAEBURN REALTOR

. Bayshore ate boat basins E L Kllton Low down payment. No closing Business Personals WORK GUARANTEED REALTOR 488-3785 ANYTIME
Drive. Nokomis PHONE
costs. Call 488-6701. All our equipment it NEW for fitter 251 W. Venice Aye Phones: 488-1600-488-2649
ii RIVER LOT Venice. Good for BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Paul TYPEWRITERS and Adding better and more efficient workS U.S. 41$ and Albee Rd.

I Motion cottage. Sacrifice Florida Machines (mechanically operated GERALD W. CONEY Owner and ManagerBox
den.
It 1.500 Call home. 2 bedrooms,
924-S484 Sara ) Chemically cleaned
287 Nokomis
Phone 488.3392
iotaSOUTH 21x31 screened patio.
room. .
Like new. Just $12 SO plus partsif
Furnished If desired. Good fi- required.: AU makes. Venice t Licensed and Insured ,,.......

VENICE, 2 prime nlncln,. 2102 Georgia Ave., En- Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. Member Chamber of Commerce
oomesites near beach. Low lewood., Grove City. 488-eill EAST GATE

et Bm Prices. Box 800, Rt. 1.LPrings. -- --- ....... J ...--...... .. [rHOMES- CHOICE LOTS
Fla GOLDEN BEACH near gulf Min. 85 feet wide

lots Wanted Two bedrooms, two baths, SEE or CALL

30 foot Florida room I ASK DAD-HE KNOWS LARRY REDFORDAssoc.
1 TOIO
.LOTS.State price Must be location.rearenable. on 112 ft. corner lot. IT'S' A HONEY FOR THE MONEY .

I B!- Bnx! 74fl. Venice._ 519 GULF STREET Land In 1930 Could Be Bought For A Song CHIPS JOHNSON

3 BEDROOM HOME CITY OF VENICE Real Estate
j Houses For Sale (But who could ting during the depression) 306 W. Venice Ave.

-- Apts. For Sale values will look the of LARGE LOT, LARGE TREESI! Your own picnic grounds. Phone 488.3609-488.2241 5
VENICE GARDENS 1964 land (lust at rediculout in 1980 if experts prediction Automatic Water I
.. Waterfront $17,60000 260,000,000 population it even reasonably close. Remember there will only be City water and sewer Garbage Disposal,
CO-OP. 1 bedroom, 1 Best section of town.
bedroom, 2 tile baths, shower DELUXE 2 bath, the same land area available today to satisfy the 1980 needs Softner, on paved street
bedroom,
bath and 2
oft master bedroom, furnished. LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN ,
FlorIda' room, dosed garage furnished or partly YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT AND INSPECT THE SEVEN HUNDRED BUY THIS LARGE HOME WHETHER YOU'RE
Plus finished 488- 698. S13 995
utility modern ACRES IMPROVED PROPERTY AVAILABLE AT BUYINGSELLING
RltrViAH with\ eating V Ipac. OF ESTATE NOW EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY
Lot Rentals
end 8J sewer feet, paved wide, street city water with MISSION VALLEY ESTATESLAUREL WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW!

eutb. Best of drainage. Plus LARGE APARTMENT by You're Best Values Are

rasher, dryer, mower, month or year. TraQvlew.March, ROAD EAST LAUREL FLORIDA Warm Mineral Springs Area Found HEREIl
Ipel Vacant
and 1000 ft.
ND work pump or'w expense water.o 1964. sq E. Tampa St. Tel. 488- Pries on 3, 4, and 5 acre tracts are reasonable and terms ere attractive. 3 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW! $400. Down. $67 Monthly
needed. Clean forenoon. Payments Includinq Interest and Principal.
and 'In best of 1321
eonditlon (Estate coning allows one home per acre)

4tYRON UZ McGLYNN Inside and out.Realtor 1 BEDROOM Nokomis APARTMENT Beach. Good P.S -See the Mission/ Valley Sty Diva PoracAirfe dumps Every Svicfoy.VeofAer CHIPS JOHNSON, realtor '

Near
-amrock Ph. 488 4974C
lIy : fishing. Call 488-8127. ( permitting) 306 W. Venice Ave Phone 488.2241or

OWNER. Low down PlY.
l" bedroom, 1 bath 1 trance ROOM. Private en- Branch Office at Kent Motel l, Phone 488-1695

WL 1 Venice Gardens Must and bath. Call 488-4774 _" ..__" __ _.'M < ,__u -Jl I.
4 room 488-1827, j dgtD6r 484 25)7 after 8.



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I CampLeII-Rapp Palmetto Beats Scheduled Final Tryouts] By GLLThe I I; YOijfJ

BOWLING GOLFINGCARL J
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Take A FirstIn -lji"I with Indians, 72.58; signed of tryouts to a for regular III boys Junior In not Gulf B or.' -by-.



Pinochle PlayA. PRO-MANASER ROHMANN Still 1st In WSC urday senior Little League at division the city will team diamond be held Just Sat. Phillip,


Mir I Ir1.5 orftIt 777 an4 till JoI_ louth of the municipal trailer
I Do superhighways
EarlyVynn Whl4.h. Iii ..4 III' Uoa 'ocbr 11481r1.w..d G Campbell of Venice and : LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB Venice threw a icare into 'lark. rot don,
ODd .... .... .... Tueg- ?
x4.40.. PMII 8.,1 Dave Rapp of Fallsburg N. Y .w1..5x..1.1 r..w..4w.w.1.IIITTERS Palmetto for two periods Senior division youths, age I 'n accidents They sure do. 0

EARLY WYNN BOWLING.arse.a2.dA..wa' 117. '-7 .,..... 11$. won first place with 63 H pointsin SWINGERS day night in 1 White SandeConference he 13, 14 and 15, will practice atI I,,19 different sections of o'
In
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Union B. _. played
C'borrl game the 9-year
Q..4. City' Colt Club, 11211: JobB 6r.- Smith 4$1! DivM Bullock. .... the North-South position in The recent blast that Arnold Palmer unleashed at PGA but big third 10 a.mAt 1 p.m. Dada compared with the ne'oad
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1w.. Anchor Ol. LM .. Tiger gym, the field, followed
la TheDdkhouM ,
rry Hlnnan la Th. 66 Wjna I....) olds will take there
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the duplicate pinochle tournament tournament director Jan Gacquin concerning reducing the five $, was a per
Ml, Quad civ OoK Club, gcralra gwaraar, 8alar4ar "' .ht quarter enabled the host 10-year-oldg at :2 P eel
141..1118 gundlnn: Anchor Oil Joa Mor...n.t.m sell I Joha KlrlnMyakka at Venice Civic Center tour to 20 events per year ii evidently causing a furor within to down the Indians 72-58, and by the iduction In traffic deaths!
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.*!.. lira 1Iwkh.... el-it u4 ".lk.online V86: O. E. 82/tit/ 705 j Ani. Lampo, Tuesday. the touring professionals ranks for m. and the 11 and age I'
tied with Riverview
.n flat 77$1 j CUll 7111. n. remain bracket at J p.m. I Think trucks are small pot,
Draawta. Mortfca Robert., Other North-South results Included Each Sunday the TV cameras on the Wonderful Worldof the league lead. need
ttxm" Inc. gin and i M, 11'... Hullork Golf cover more time on the putting green than on the tee The auction to select oesT There are over ?,2(
8rt"".'. H... of "''Md'u", XII and Lanes : Palmetto led 9.1 at the start ed for the six Venice', "
,4>. $... I or, MM and 'U" StandInat Second Leslie Heath of Venice or fairways Why? Because this is where the pros go, or stay but the Indians staged a de players will be rms In this country that se!
*5.. I... ';,18. bnilewnod liank and Henry Metz of South away frdVn the "pay window." To paraphrase a very old but teams In the league !! othing but trucks!
...,. reuanltr Foe* termined rally and gained a The
night.
*-le and Venire Fllr.' ll-U. Madia r-owara, held Saturday
5.117 W,.. Ibuele' Harold Smith, l.4-4.., Henrr Wenkman. UO-tlOl< : Venice 62Vi points; third, Mr, true statement "You drive for show but putt for dough( 19-19 tie early in the second Venice Elks, Venice Do you know our semi,
loOk Hood. Dairy, alK-Uea.''' Devlin Jimmy Mann in his column probably stated the reason teams are
Venice bolt Club 2el and 5 7haraian torn converted and Mrs. Abe Mandel of Venice Bob
1 IHika The Hem $h.p. 146KdnVaa the ....1 and ..V aplita and for Palmer's statements better than anyone when he said quarter on a jump shot by Lions, Venice-Nokomls Bank, manager, CLARK \\H1TCCM
Ondale '..u.....* .11I and Blanche 1.111 act 44-7 .pllt Howler. oftha 53't; points; fourth. S. Sha HarrisonJim Sikora then con Nokomis Lions Florida Power
IIUll Sundlnx, Edire-Vin Undale In. ...k. Kmlly! Leo and Henry Wenknan. piro Toronto Ont., and Carl "Arnie enjoyed three years of a hot putter and because of nected of free throws Rot. here at BILL PHILLIPS FOR
C! .ur_ 24-ia Terminal Tr....... !0'.jllt HUvndlnir." : Allen Ntininf Hum. Schocnhotz of Connersville this 'only] he Is today enjoying the wealth that comes with it. on a pair for the & Light Co, and Venice in Venice? He's a good tntit I
and Hoodi 18-4 to give Venice the lead
Laka VOTIM Hill Club 10-14 and Dairy. : Devlln'a G.
bnlf Trailen m-14 nun. 14-10, K1d.. Adklna Ueaut Ind. 53 points; fifth W Wolfof Now that the putts aren't dropping he's just another one of only time In the contest. iry.The know. He can help keep you
"Moodr. I...... Lear/aa t.la Car Simp US-lilt.. __ Venice and Richard Doyleof the boys. Many of the players are far better artists with fair. league has purchasedtwo running the way it rhoult
'... _do.... eprln.. Slamplnit .1.1...a Sinclair Lull Oarlock. way and tee shots than he, but can't 'buy' a putt." Score at the half was 3228in pitching machines this car
East Orange N. J 52Vi relax drive
as
U. Helen Lets you ii
C.W411 ,
1W, "Maria G..h... 8unooaM Mulel I, Florida PI. you
4 M, Elmer ftl...... gunooaM Motel, 171 Court, IU-1401. Bowler. 01 the ..... points; and sixth A. S. Porterof Two other major factorS enter Into his troubles also as favor of the Tigers. year and players will be calling stead of worrying about .
and 4IW, ....... Venice Area Volunteer Marlon.P>U... 161 14 plna over heravenue. Point Pleasant N J., and many of the teaching "club" professionals realize more than The third period was all Pal- on residents throughout the breakdown. Isn't it about tim

1'1._.dl.l>ent.... WIII-Du-lnn lli Bon_'V"' Motel'. Powder 1771 ".1': Lay Standlnm S...., Flower Eatlla,Uaed dtSUtalarchlonea Pan, D. M. Miller of Point Pleasant anyone else. First, throughout the history of golf, seldom metto's as the Tigers hit for area selling decals for a $1 you had your car back born,

Puff Beautir Kaloa 44and Vanlct Roo..o..... l....1',. N Y., 28 points.In does a "hitter" last very long.( Names such as Jimmy Thompson 25 points while holding Veniceto donation to defray the cost of to BILL PHILLIPS FORD fo
Heatlni 4tUKiwle I garviaaft Don Dunk and BID Ralph Guldahl George and Mike Souchak who had the A booth will
Bayer Indians
nine.. The the equipment.
..od-Fal.larf 111... FI".. StulKl., SHI, Don Dnkla 60.: Vmlra the East-West position a !good checking over?
41... Laldwell Grove Clur ... 17.. Du- Lumber C.41081 Radford ()...,.- were all hitters, compare little with the many "swingers," edge, 21-15 in the final quarterbut also be set up at the Home Have had a tune-up lately
... 1_. Pel.. Tavern SOU.: Wanda 4 im, IOM, Jack. Bullock, 821; Carl l... with negative scoring, the winners such as Snoad, Boros Finsterwald Barber and Hogan, who the damage had been done. Show In the Rmgling Circus you
mrtla 421: and Ked Onrtla UI of Wlkkw a. 110. M. Bolvh. 111. B..,o.0 ? Not you, your car. You
t were two newcomers to are still visiting the "pay window Byrd Scores 1} auditorium where one of the
Una Cc>u1'&. WIII-Do'I.. III? and .... weak, Don Dunkla and larl l... car will run better start caner
Wllk>. Lane Court OH. Slmndlnnl. Knrlewood .- .... Stajidinr.: Radford Con.t" "." duplicate pinochle, Mrs Mae As teachers, we know that the natural rhythm of a swing Tiller center T. J. Carter was machines will be exhibited and cold if it
Davinn Loan ....l, 1'..... 10"; Venire Lumber Co. 17-71 Culll. Newsome of Albany Ga., and results in very little error in timing so naturally results in the game's top scorer with 23 additional decals will be offer these days it t
.... _. ., ,in 11..1\ Watar IM.Baarh condition. Also be
Tavern < and G Cllr '1, -.T. tip top sue
... Mrs. C. Rawlmson of Plainfield less chance for error. Palmer is a hitter and when those 15 Venice
Bill Phllllaa F... Mi.eel KitUe, Bavarian T. Ralph points. Byrd guard, ed for sale.LVMGA] check the thermostat
SMu. Gladra Ailkina Heautr Balon, Arona t44s, Vice. M.1.6 124.: Herman N. J, with 37 points. and 25 foot putts don't drop, he just can't do it. was runnerup with 19 Bob to en
lie, Tommr Tompklna, Waiura Auto Duka 114. ....." Beer. 1711717.Herman The other factor and much in disguise and only of opinionIs Harrison and Sikora had 11 Schedules have the anti-freeze checked
Other East-West results Included
,
HZ Via $
11$. .ertruda KI..... Olaena Bolo..,. Duka McClain 28 Wouldn't hurt to rotate th
4A1 rtlll Benefleld, Ballarda T....., Mil Bill Gnoa till Palmer R.... 1211, : the rule change of 1964, where now the pin struck within apiece for the Indians and Sam
til. Ill and (741' Venice Furniture Ali 8h..... tuO-tlli I Jim Pond., 60 feet Is a two stroke penalty. Could this new rule have Morgan tallied 10. 4-Ball TournamentThe tires either. Gives better traction
'11. 8..1..7 UM week, Doa Bl..... Second Mrs M. Hughes of
Soft, W.Urn Auto 2'.. Standlnni 01. of and extends tire life.
that much of a mental effect on his short and putting? Palmetto Is 6-2 in conference regular weekly event
aunl Bakerr ..-.,. 4.4-().8.. 0-M, enaon and Painter Kwa gtandlnni Philadelphia Pa and Charles game
,
and H........ Sinclair. IT',""'. Happvland 10-41. Gulfetibay, 11-41, Uatrojtar > Newell of 40 If you check back through tournaments, you will find that action and is tied with Raver- the Lake Venice Men's Golf What ever happened to till
Seath PIo.... TonMrartiM HelenWunlna. r-bh (amp, 17V.4. Philadelphia Palmer "bold" "four ball Nash automobile No longer
was approacher and would his Assn. will be a
a very charge view for the top spot The
II"'b'. 8h..., 170 and 44 l i Ed Aaierlean Koallnt Bnea fald.well joints; third Charles] Widmanof produced (last made in 1957
Tr2,. A4... Apparel. Ill Bun Btapharina. 1521 I Dm Haucka 5211 i Bruco raid- Kingston, N. Y. and A. putts, using the pin as a backstop in many cases- Rams defeated Southeast, 47 team point system tourna
C... Hate Hater Work., ..HIPliUh1. : wall toll: Maneo-Crawford. 10.1. KeyAevney. Now, with the pin out, those same putts from 15 to 25 night. ment. A full handicap will be there are still 322,859 registered
-43. Tuesday
$h... .04 and ...,. landlnnl "09. AI B.........., 1241[ Brooks of Rahway N, J., 45 and in use.
('_ Haee W.terwork. n.... Blltch. Ilruea Caldwell. 115-131: Don Haucka points: fourth A. B. IVof feet must be delicately stroked for distance also. It takes Venice will be at home tomorrow used with a bogey countingone
Fhoel M-U end The Paint Mart MMHtrarrllnir iH-121, Ken D.u.... 1211 IM loll only two or three of these missed putts to place anyone In the night to meet River- point a par two points a I Do you have a favorite drlf
Il III'! Jiihn "",_.. fll-tla.' Bowler. of Port Dover Ont., and W. S. "also] ran" class. birdie three points and an Ing or safety idea? Stop by and
view.
.
Bewlera 74.-8. Fry U warki Don Hanrka and John Da.veau. Franklin Simcoe Ont. 46 Vi,
Action TV, 1ft. Emma Vo.t. )I......*. Standlnmt Key A...., Ift-tl points fifth Mrs-, N Darrowof There is no question that Palmer was a great putter for Tuesday night's Junior varsity eagle four points. The event tell! me, and maybe I can UM
Kooflnr;, 41>: Mel Wood ,-... .n While tlephaot, lHj aad Capa II..., ; three years. Why not blame the tool which brought him for game( went to Palmetto, will begin today and will end it in this column.
and 1U<. Ktandlne.1 Mel Wood II,.- 1410.gaaimen'. Cleveland, Ohio, and W. Ko- I ______
for
tunes this
streak of bad luck he is
Instead of knock. _
am. 44-1II. N..... Buoflnt 40.10..4. Nnraery Jim !l1.h_, into U-52, after Venice was aheadby Sunday.
A145 TV 0"1. Taylor Hardware 141, Carl Ruhmann, zin of Harpor Woods, Mich., 48 ing his fellow professionals and promoters who will never 2621 score at the half. _.__,-._ __. .__ ----
a --------- --
.....V.. 0...... Tnaaraeiea KittlefUetn. WAMR. 114: Tutor Hardware. IOMI7DO points; sixth, G. Coon of Toronto desert him.Possibly. u ---.
Martin Satava scored for
21
III LnMarleban Curly Wolf. til:; BUI gtuurta. Mil:
.
Parnea of Fnilewnnd. : Ont and C. Walton I
( Land-O-$ 1070 and W24. gtandlnni 100-120). ) loan Wlllla '11. Bowlen oftha Sarnia Ont., 49 points; and more to this sport of golf than pulling To the pros, this Venice Landgraf 1-3-5
.... ;
Apta.ItViMU 4 Jim Hiihtower and Xocr> seventh Mrs. H. B. Shaw of
Metali ttt ClarNJo
G 0
is
phase but all
pay day to others it's just another part of
and. W.. Mot,.. Sho San born.CaldweH. Delvac 1-0-2; Sikora, 35-11;
Covet- Anne..edhinm, tlM; Englewood and Carl Raush ofScholharie. a friendly discussion as to "how many I missed and how Morgan, 5-0-10; Harrison 5-1-
HJ7.Muonlr. Jim 11..._. "rVmarea, Km Mayleben" Itll' FIrM/ Federal. 10112vOt. N. Y., 50 points many I made."
til, Joa Kla>k. M...., 241 .d >M! Betty M.A.. converted the .-,. 11; Byrd 5-919; Green, 0-( Totals
1.0 The next session will be at Lake Venice is enjoying one of its finest
Why
Maalrn M7 and 120. SUuidlnnt Maa.tT. .pllt and Vlda Jarrett the 54.10.Rosk1. seasons. 201858.
It-It, lIqu.... lt-11 and ... 14- of tha ..k. Em 11..1_ and 9 a.m. Feb. 25- not come out and enjoy it with us? Palmetto Hill. 4-0-8 Tilett UTTRElL CONCRETE COMPANY
.. ;
14. r'leanor I Fl.. .. Btandlnval! Envlewoodutr .
...,....V.. 111... 1145. ", 50 111I, AUolle Mutt Baton.VanleaNokamel 2-2-6; Carter 111.23; Pal.
775.4,. 11441... Il, D4. C..rdl.aI $117: &1.01 I Ft'e Podm.l. 'WL mer, 2-6-10 Curl -2.10;
Pra Bullock ... : JarJi Bollotk (MKlrdlM ., Bank Carl and Don.Mod. KMI Sailors In WSC Tilt 6463The ;
.
Nips
.OI and M2S gundiiunl Birdta .. Power. 184: Polly' Hmdenon Wright, 20-4; Fielding ().t.l; CONCRETE HEADQUARTERSVenice
H9-14, Dlnrblrda22Vi and Untuuchanlx 1001 I hal Sanden, 'I2<: Lea Parrellla, Hurst 2-44; Rathgeber 1-0-2;
iT11! Myakka LP (w. IOU| Klw.tm.
95.91AJnf ROWLING PBOCRA .11" $,.,.. of the ..k. Polly Hen.deram Schultz 0. Totals 281672. Englewood
Eirlr, W,.. Bailor J. Mara P...- and J. gtajord. gtandimra Pie- EMS Kaydets pulled a Bill Cooke hit for the Kaydets pletes the regular season Sat Venice 13 15 9 21-85
.. til, XtO and >M; Unda Pond 11 land N-Piy and Hendrfcki ,,..... .... lull mild upset here Tuesday night and it was the host five out in urday night at Naples. Palmetto 16 16 25 15-72

Dun Klcr.1 470" : Ft.IDI..,.1>Bowcra 0 and 1M tol for and...Ut: ll, K1.s155"Myakka LP 4 C.Pabat.. 1111.Blua Ribbon, II- by ekeing out a 64- 3 White front again, 3035. The district Class AA tourna Exhibiting at the TRI-CITY HOME SHOW

Eirlr WT.. Jank. Mika Craff.Veniea Hoaarwlraa Emma V,,". tft-4M" Sands Conference victory over Eight Point Lead ment will get under way next Bob Ussery has led the rid
.. and 4M., Unda Harri ('_'. nab. fill, Houaht Transportation
1:1. 1M
the Sailors of Sarasota High Thursday ers at Hialeah three times. He
<. Gulf Tlla. 170 and 160. Ii71 Lucy Wea,er atmverud. "'. Lagenaur started to hit with Feb. 26.29
v...... ElnanitarT Jeff Roarbarr ..! ipllt and VI Pttnun th. ....10. School. consistency and KMI took an'' KMI won the junior varsity led them the last two years

I Bowler, Rhrode..1h..Jewelry week. ,Jinet 141, Add Cora.glandInva G..b-, Sarasota ended its confer. eight point lead before Sara- i tilt 41-36 as Gerry Yelser and also in 1959. Bill Hartack:

II'' WI.-..,'. Rral Eo"'" 16. ence schedule with a 4-6 mark, iota could find the range. It scored 19 points for the Kay. and Ted Atkinson are the only] 1-

USED CARSPECIALS Senior. Ike Cltitena w....-.., long Zada, loon Thomnaon.1M4M M.... while KMI is 3-8 with one gameto was 54-50 after three periods I dets, who are now 12-4 on the jockeys to win the honor four

.1. 1401, Never w..',. 102111, Hal Beena.I'M. go. The Sailors are 9-12 overall and the Kaydets glowed thepace year. times at the Florida track. ____.." _.
Bowlen, of the week dele WI they and the Kaydets are 513. down in the fourth quarter Sarasota Blackburn 4-3-
and Ray O'Ori.n. Other hlirh
-
irameeRoy
O'- .. 1041 Jean M... tot.Standlnm It was the first time this sea in an attempt to preservet' 11; Morton 21-5; Pritchard --
Hlrr Dlrera. 12UJH, son KMI who downed Jesuit lead.
: narrow
Sktink 54o47..., 6411: lip..., 4717.Llnrell Saturday night, was able to .. 1-0-2; Cabak 4-0-8; Hipson, 7- Presenting .
the
Canrrete Teacher. Paulina strategy worked but not 3-17; McCague, 73.17; Mush-
Itl...., lilt' John Davb. lot-llti: Millie win two In a row. before the Sailors nearly closed rush, 113. Totals 26-11-63. -
Rochevllle. 171, Braea Jones, (41.Lurky The Sailors jumped off to a ,
1959 CADDY the gap on free throws With HART-SCHAFFNER & MARX
Joaa, ...1-1.27. Bowlen of tha 18-10 lead at the end of the KMI McCray 3-0-6; Pre...
week. Irba Maddoit and Ttrara I.... the count 64-60 Sarasota got a itt, 3-0-6() McGowan
Loaded $1895 first and increased ; 35.11 ;
quarter
Sunillnni Clean Pwaem, I4-I9I Lncky pair of free throws, connectingon
Jon. .011., Four P.i.... 41-41 their margin to 24-14 early in both but the second Waller, 3-06; Toncray, ()..2.2;
Thanday Nl.ht Mind Ua Hill.1KB was Lagenaur 11-3-25 Cook, 4-0-8
the second With less ; ;
1961 period.
DODGE .
| Jim Sundera, fnl-S4l| Pea Ktm.kla nullified when a Sailor was de.
407: Royala Cahlneta, 7M-22MRowlera than four minutes to go in the tected over the line. Sharpe 0; Burrin, 0. Totals,
Like New $1395 of 4. ...b. Babe Rlre and 27-10-64.()
quarter the found
Harry V....... Standinevi Royal Tahlneta Kaydets the The Kaydets got a shot in the the
17-11 : JXv.lika Entornrlnea 6H4- range and trailed by a 33-32 last few seconds but missed Sarasota 16 17 17 13-63 distinguishedlook a

1962 VALIANTOne 86' : Venire' UrhoUlery, 004.6714. score at the half. and the Sailors brought the KMI . 10 22 22 10-44
Carllnia Black Uhel Scratch Hr.ld
Maneo., t<7-<011 Jim Adama, 10i. Roy Lagenaur who was the ball down court. A Sarasota
Tha M..'. Shop, ..41: Nnkomla Ph>r.maqr game's high scorer with 23 attempt missed and a KMI
Owner $1495 172*. RIM firova, 1411, Jim Ad. points, put KMI in the lead for for
player knocked the ball out of an
ama J28: Bill Trahan. Ill: ft Boden. of.
221. Bowler nf tha week. Jim A 1959 ......dl...' Weifl Ann Service. 42-17; center Jump that opened the enjoyable
.
PLYMOUTH the
on clock the Kaydets
..'
MM.... Palntina, 89-80: Outdoor.Nokomli r
Pharmacy and 8.. Paint, Co. second half of play Tim Me- elected to let Sarasota take a day of
Wagon 10.01. :ague came right back to give shot and _
use up the time with.
r.M.ff Karrf Bird 11. P...
-
the Sailors 3S34
Only $795 en. 101-817, Drwey Motley, 211! Mel a lead but out committing a foul. Larry TRY QUALITYSUITS j
TVrrlll. 51I: Seymour Mnall, $561: Pnra Pritchard took the shot Just as SARASOTA'GOLF
nil, 186S Bowler. of tha week, 24.41.Po4. .
1960 CHEVROLET ... and Dewey Motley. Madra P... VYC Pram Fleet the buzzer sounded and it was CLUB
era bowled an alll>... 171 frame and good, but the ball game was -
((2)) $1095 Alice Coleman picked tin u.. 4-1-10 Wins At SarasotaThe the Kaydets'. DAILY GREEN
V.1,.
.11.. fttandlnni Pur Oil and I 53.00
G., 11-11, Seymour Mute. 20-ltl FdM. Venice Yacht Club Pram At Palmetto Next FEES /
1960 .. Awnlnl, and Land O'Run. 11-11
RAMBLEROne
KMI
journeys to Palmetto Just Off Bee
Blalork Ineariinra Millie Roche Squadron garnered a second Ridge! Rd.
Owner $995 ell(.. 1454111| Evelyn'a. Fabrlca, I04A.f .. and a third in a regatta held tomorrow night to wind up the South of Saratota SLACKS
>09. Bowler of tha week Millie conference schedule
Ttnrherllle and Mao, p....,. Mnrlr. Saturday at the Field Club in and com --
1960 PLYMOUTH 1'...... 1711 Hurrlett Hendrix. 108: Sarasota. SPORT COATS
Remle Domln. .... Rtandlnrai Duncanrhevrolet.
(0.544 W.II..'. On-Honr Fred Brown got the second WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
Sharp $995 ManlnUInK M-M I Cu.tomlln. B...., and Skip Halback the thud in

88 H"O'.. a field of 26 entries Others RAMBLER DODGE r A.a..a.I Is

1959 PONTIAC representing Venice were John >I5 S. Tamtamt Trail 488.3965-88-6150 9 ,

Star Chief Myakka Lanes lalback, Billy Hamman, Scott SPECIALIST IN. .

Bruit and Judy Halback. Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis

Loaded $995 Win 74.62 Scientists of Front End Alignment Oil Chang
some 20 nationsare
Front End
Overhaul Adjust| Headlights Beams
AND MANY MOREo Riding the crest of a complete taking part In Ul. International Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair

team effort, the Myakka Upper Mantle Project. Engine Overhaul .
Any Automatic Standard
or
Lanes broke their losing streak Its aim is to study intensively Radio Repairs

SEE US NOW AND Monday evening in Sarasota by various means the outer- Transmission Repair

Men'f League Basketball witha most 600 miles of the earth's ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT r

SAVE0 74-62 victory over National surface Air-conditioning Repair and Installation

Guard in Sarasota High's gym

And although Gary Jenkins -

was high point man with 22 it 1

WOODCHRYSLER was teamwork that paid off in
i
t l {' logging their fourth win as p WHERE YOU
:I against six defeats. The Myak- CAN ENJOY THIS SPORT

I t. kamen now have two games

tournament; time. Q 'iJ

Besides Jenkins' scoring AT ITS BEST Deftly failore'd in the

spree Edgar Gay hit for 18 ;

PLYMOUTH and did a good job on the ,
finest fibers and fabrics


"II, MOTORS INC boards Ing with 17.,.his 10.while George old Al form Zuraw Uebelhart while chippedin scor-regained \& .( 'tJ? M V A K K A LANES THE VIRACLE with DACRONsuits j



Rudy Eigl led the losers with about
$85.
II 1500 South Trail 20 points. -- --

Venice Zuraw 5-0-10 Jenkins 11-0- o
bright airy pleasant atmosphere
,
22, Gay 6-6-18 Ball 2-3-7 Bud-
PHONE 438-6745 ner 1-02 Uebelhart 6-S-17.

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bead I Why You Have Never Won And How You Can






Win A New 1964 Ford During Your Spare TameAre




.
: patch, the first winner< was especially during: fan hunting
: Mrs Jean Adams who won the season. They had five children
You The Kind Of Person first car she ever owned and the oldest 13. But she

I << the second winner was William found time to almost win the
"
r rb Nicholson who delivered on a grand prize.

Who Can Win The Contest? ; !ttlih' R Nalr1rotM lDRMIT--I.J' milk route. On the Troy, Ala., dally one
; I
wife of
; In one of these contests in competitor won. The
\ ;. iAi.:W Sistersville, W. Va., the first the man who owned the radio
LANCASTER wc{ 1' ". I prize winner was Mrs. Cecil station, two drug stores and a
G. AWMII
;, WILLIAM YOUR AMBITION volunteer. He doesn't do It himself a I Underwood, a housewife with restaurant accomplished more
Contest Manager I but he knows that hund- ". ": one small child. Her husbandwas than anybody else while keepIng -
..
HELPS YOU WIN reds of others will. He thinks ,. ... ... minority leader In the house for five children,
Thousands of contests of one THIS IS LOGICAL REASONING vicepresident arrangements for the
I State Legislature, a making
nd or another are conductedthis FIRST REQUISITE for winning therefore, this make! 'I ":. of Salem College, and he state DAR convention and
country every year, butt a prize in this contest or public reaction exactly oppos- ran and was the first Republican helping attend to some of her
1 one person in a million any other contest Is to have ite to what the public thinks It elected in 28 years for Gov husband's business.In .

er wins anything. ambition and intelligence. Pea is. A little thought here on the ernor. South Haven, Mich., Mack

This is not because the con- pie without this requisite, gel. part of any intelligent man or I In Punxsutawny, Pa., a Catholic Cole, a senior at the University -
dom make any progress in any woman who forms definite i of Michigan entered the
sU are phoney, unfair, set-up, Nun took first prize and the
undertakings, least of all a con- opinions makes this the OP- weeks before having .
._ contest two
''t,1,, and dried or too hard to .. wife of the owner of a hotel
-derstand. It'a because so few test where they may be com- PORTUNITY OF A LIFE- i ('""", ....'.. .t"' ,.' won second.In to leave for school. He got
peting against alert TIME. ";"' his .
enter them.To intelligent,, which such a good start that parents
eople resourceful people, who know Lots of people should enter a contest ended recently continued campaigning for

get the details ot this const what it takes to succeed.As one of these contests to help': THIS IS IT in Enterprise, Ala., the him and he won first prize.In .
before the public, this a general rule, people themselves and their community grand prize winner was the another contest in a nearby -

.c paper is being sent into lacking ambition and intelligence but they don't. Nearly I wife of the mayor. She had town, the wife of the Owner -
early every home in this area. never read beyond the everyone has some reason for THIS IS AN ACTUAL PHOTO OF A 1964 cash. If yon reside In Southern Sarasota three small children but with of a factory won first while

headlines. They depend on being unable to participate, FORD GALAXIE sedan, like the one that County or near the county line, you are Invited the help of her husband, she the manager of a warehousetook
con-Js "hearsay." They are of the and not one as to why he I will be delivered by Bill Phillips Ford of to enter the contest. It costs you nth- found enough time to do more second.In .

ON that is good toward win- opinion that everything and should. This leaves the field Venice, to the man or woman who enters Ing to enter, nothing to win. You can't lose. than ten of her competitors.this In Tuskegee, Ala., a Raleigh

it\the prizes. The person who everybody is crooked and that wide open to the most ambitious -,' the $4,500 Subscription Contest and obtainsthe All entrants who don't win prizes will share another contest in 1951 on, the grand same products man entered and secured
can clip these coupons there is catch in it. So type of individuals who newspaper subscriptions than
rttri a they largest vote total to win the First Grand in the estimated $750.00 In commissions prize winner was the principalof more
'OKI his own paper and get never venture anything, never know the value of good public all the rest of the contestants
Prize, then chooses a car instead of thee the grade school. The cork: i
relations and will let it be
em from everyone else who gain anything. together.: In comparison a Watkins -
,ti a copy. Newspapers have been run- known that they are interested. test ran through November and products man in another

If you want to win, enter andart ning contests since the first one People who would be the best which puts them in the position last year, the grand prize win. first prize winner was Mrs. December.activities In addition she to her the town entered and finished last.
gathering/ these 500 FREE was printed. Some of them contestants seldom volunteer. they are in ner was Mrs Emma D. Eller. Robert Shaffer of Distant, four school was In the same town the wife of a
OTE COUPONS now -before award thousands of dollars In It never occurs to them that IN THESE CONTESTS It The Ellers came to Florida miles from town. She had six owner and operator of a motel man who ran a book store won

tpapers containing/ them are cash and prizes. All newspaper they could or should enter until seems that people who have about ten years ago and the small children was active in and restaurant. She was the second. In the same town a few
strayed. While gathering the contests are conducted for it is explained to them. been ambitious enough to succeed family became active in several the American Legion and other busiest person in win.the county, years ago, a country preacherwon
but found time to
iiponj, always ask the person more than one purpose. The Hundreds of men and women have the best opportunity enterprises, including real organizations. Her husband who first and in another one
A West Virginian
nng them to you about giv- main purpose is to increase circulation living in the community have for success. People will help estate, house building, motel was assistant manager of RMS busy before that the wife of a court-
the first prize in Braxton
( you new or renewal subnptions. and the value of the places of business Jobs and the people who have been ambitious operation, etc. The second winner Furniture Store. The second won of trY merchant took first.
advertising to the advertiser.The other activities that bring themIn enough to succeed. In was Mrs Grady Proctor, winner was a dairy farmer who County was Forrest Boggs The first prize winner In
secondary purpose is to contact with a large num- becoming successful, men and of Nocatee. Her husband and lived eight miles out of town. Gassaway. He had the county'soldest I i Cartersville, Ga., was the wife
and
Don't figure others enter. insurance business
on create more reader interest ber of people every day, but it women must have it in them to his father ran a general store. In another contest on the same of a man who owned a shoe
the contest and turning in and advertise the products will never occur to them that merit the help of other people On The Sumter County Timesin paper in 1956, the winner's was one of the few to realize store. Second was a man who

t coupons out of their paper used as prizes.CONTEST. they are in position to win one No one makes a success With- Bushnell, Fla., the grand neighbor. Mrs Arthur Shu- that winning was just a matterof ran the cafeteria in a mill in a
interested to
their enough
own credits. of the contest prize with a out the help of others. Only prize winner was Mrs. Bill maker, the mother of six small getting nearby town.Another .
Host/ people glance at a con- minimum of effort during failures try to go it alone and Jackson of Sumpterville. The children, took the first prize do some campaigning among prize winner in West

-1 announcement, think about NOT WIN their spare time "v ... expect to be helped without Jacksons had a general store and the second went to Mrs the people that he saw while. Point, Ga., was the wife of the
Ming but never take the The vast majority of peopledo trying to help themselves and roadside stand on the main Nellie Arner, wife of a florist, attending his own business.In owner of the theatre. In this
it to read the details. The OR LOSE AFFAIRTOO not recognize opportunitywhen In trying to figure out the highway. The second winner near Rimersburg.In a newspaper contest com town another winner was a
last
dally
pleted on a
outfits that pass through they see it. They are persons who would be the most was Mrs D. C, Beville of Cen- a contest for The Grove in Rumford year Me. the Presbyterian minister.A .
er minds are: I've never MANY PEOPLE look blind to the opportunity to help likely contestants, nobody considers ter Hill City, Pa., Reporter-Herald, the first paper prize winner the, assistant police chief, Sam Howlett,
10 anything in my life too upon contests as a propositionin themselves. They are blind to the successful people of Other Florida contest win- car winner was Mrs Dean of was the J. C. took first In a contest in Rochester
,any people will enter I'm which you either win or lose. the opportunity to help their the community and they do not Critchlow of Harrisville, the manager Mich., the son of a
ners include who Store. He using
Penny
man ran a won by
0 busy and don't have time They seldom consider one as town, their community and consider themselves. a wife of one of the largest dairy factory owner won In another
hotel in Green Cove Springs, a only part of his time. In
I never was lucky, and that's it really is a commission and other people. And they will Some people will say "get woman whose husband had farmers of the area. She won addition to his spare duties at the contest in the same town anda
(far as they will get. proposition with the prizes as not consider this contest an op- the high school boys and girls the third prize in a contest on farmer's wife won still another. -
three
super markets in Clay store, he had a milk route. His
III recent years, numerous bonuses for the most capable portunity to do all of these or the young people." That, county and the wife of the the same paper in 1954, enter extra activities brought him so .
iitesti, "give away" pro- participants. In all contests things but it la that and more. too, is a sure way of getting/( the county judge In the same count ed the second contest and took forcefully to the attention of In one contest In a dairying
aIDS and chance propositions which require the contestantsto What most people don't knowor contest off to a bad start. Very ,.. first. The second winner was the main men in the Penny organization section, six: of the entrants

'e made it hard for the aver. produce, the laws say that never gave any thought to is often the young people do en- In Homestead, Fla., on one Mrs. Janet Hunt, wife of the that upon completion were people who had milk
e individual to distinguish participants must be compensated the fact that everybody benefits ter these contests and "set the contest, a farmer's wife, Mrs. Sandyville postmaster The of the contest he was given i routes. One of them won first,
Indirectly from world fire" for a few days. third winner in last another came in on the prizes
tween promotions based on as set forth in the rules directly or on Bodil Lowe, won the grand year's con- a better Job with the companyand
i and those based on know- of the contest. every subscriber-of this news- Then suddenly their enthusiasm prize and the winner of another test was Kenneth Cooper of transferred to a large and the rest dropped out be.

ge, ability or effort. The) rules of some contestsare paper. vanishes. They are disil- contest was a man who rana Slippery Rock, who won secondin store with more pay. fore the contest finished.
It would be nearly Impossible simple, others complicated.In Merchants advertise to help lusioned, discouraged, finished service station. the 1954 contest. In a contest in Bedford, Fa., In a college town in Tennessee
find
witty who has not tried his as they possibly can be, yet vertising they help their customers that one of their competitorshas W. Va., a town similar to this contest, conducted last year, was Mary R. Ritchey per. students won first prize. This
uck"' on winning something very few who enter will botherto by saving them money. been campaigning. In rare and with the same kind of prize the first prize winner was Mrs. sonnet manager of the G. C. also happened in a Michigan

1 failed. A ticket was bought. read them. Very often this They also help other places of I Instances, youngsters have it list, the car winner was Mrs. Raymond Rankus, who was Murphy store. Christmas sea- college town.
represented one chance in means trouble. The people who business that don't advertise i In them to carry on to the fin Garland Cope. She helped her employed -by Knox Glass and son was in full swing, new employees V. W. Plummer, assistant
i thousands. It didn't win, but don't read the rules will soon- by: bringing more people Into I ish but in most contests when husband run a large super the second winner was Francis had to be employed professor of business administration
e ticket purchaser did not er or later declare that the contest their community to trade. If they have won prizes, thelf market, had two children and Fusco of Fusco's super and trained, evening classes at Tenn. Polytechnic In- r

udder the odds against win- is "crooked or unfair" an advertisement in this newspaper parents became active and was active in church and civic market.In were conducted, but enough stitute, Cookville, Tenn., won
"T. So he says, "I never was just because they did not know attracts one family, that proved to them that IT DOES affairs. The second prize winner Emleton, Pa., the first spare time was found to win first prize in a recent contest
'ky. I never won anything in what was required of them. family' may buy anything froma pay to finish something you was Marl! Winter, who own- winner was Mrs. William De. the first prize offered in the and the daughter of a country
y me," In a contest of this kind car to a Coke and have a have started.WINNERS. ed and ran the largest hard- Long, the wife of a construe contest. The second prize was store owner won second.In .
every safeguard Is thrown deluxe dinner while shopping. I i ware, feed and building supply tion foreman, and the second won by the wife of a farmer. Bellefonte, Pa., the winnerof

11 1 ducount their chances of around participants in an ef- All this keeps more money at FROM ALL store in the county, ten miles prize went to Mrs Keith Row. Her husband was a state con a new Chevrolet was JohnF.
wuig will be the whov fort to protect them and help home. Money kept at home from Ravenswood. ley who ran a news stand. servation officer and was away Reish. He was selling< a

tried their knowledge.ones them win the valuable awards. provides more jobs for more WALKS OF LIFE : In New Bethlehem, Pa., the On The Blairsville, Pa., Dis- from' home most of the time, (Continued on page 16)
*T have written slogans that The credit schedule is arranged people. This cycle means con- ;I
to make early effort profit tinned growth for a community -
7 thought were good but : i RECORDS of contests compiled -. ._- ,
1n't win. Missing words have able. A board of Judges com- Every new reader of this over a period of years .
posed of local men of highest helps keep the cycle
en supplied but didn'tn. newspaper I reveal that people of all walksof
they Is selected to award In motion. The people who '
Puzzles have been worked integrity, life enter and win them. ,
Perfection but didn'tn. the prizes. There is not any help secure these readers help I The majority of winners seem '"* fCfe'FJ-' <
they one can get credit which is themselves, their community', whose ; \
The last lines of Jingles way to be men and women Ixinl
"e been filled in but they not earned. and all other people. Business and social activities .. EET Voiiice-ltokomU, ;

n't win, EVERYBODY In and out of UPON ANNOUNCING a prize bring them in contact with other : 1'' ''
Perfect these contests can pick a win- contest most newspapers expect people. The winning list includes -vv ?*" < ? y

like i WHITE 25-word sentences on ner with the exception of the to be swamped with entries bankers or their wives, : 'tt....: !,.... < J" .:, i ,;' "

SUDS because""been contest manager. His hardest so when they don't materialize factory owners or their wives, \1'iilii.J"J: ..r I\1.

in't' win written, but they task is to find Just three or a representative has ministers, doctors, lawyers, ,.: '. .. ,.J
Why If few
so :
peoemr in the .
four men and women to be sent out to "hunt con- politicians or their wives or e
''s the contests, why Where average community who have .." And that is the reason some members of their families : .. rrbni nTyp51-, !? .' .i ? }, ,
catch ; \ .,,,.\ 't' x r
or did 1"1\ ""
1e prizes they give what It takes to get In the con- for having a contest manager down to high school grad- ( ", "I. n, i1" i' 19ft
Then away? test, stick to the finish and who knows frbm past experience uates and college students i p f 4' ":f!' i'f..1 : ..0\.0.i'i\" --'" ,.+
I. ,
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was no catch; and the > what to expect during who were assisted by their "'t .
; "
'*, were awarded .:.. Just aa win.The majority of people think the drive. parents. .},; ii': t t. Lj t .. t $t 'f

vsa ill stated that they would that thev are too busy to enter. There Is no one class of people .' ,, ,.t}, ; ::1i. :o.:1 ,

the rules and regulations. And half of the ones who do enter that does a better job than .,p., .

e few contests entrants read : don't do anything but sign WHO SHOULD another class. It all dependson '
mice. Not many get their the entry blank. the Individual, no matter
tries I In before the deadline. Too many things can happento I ENTER CONTESTTO whether h* is a laborer or
i one in thousand sends a cause active participants to capitalist. If you have built up

.addressed envelope and re. quit. WINIt a reputation .of "doing things"the
Wi a list of the winners. So RECORDS OF CONTESTS contest offers you an opportunity

:"r doubt that the prizes were kept over a period of years Is doubtful if there Is a to further build that '
arded, show that VOLUNTEER ENTRANTS man or woman in this community reputation.No ..;a p tT 0

The first thing to do to win are few and far be who knows what kindof two people in the same % 1 1rd

content l Is to read and find out tween. And as a general rule. person It takes to be a real business, profession, or posit :
YOU are supposed to don those who do enter voluntarily contestant in a contest. But all ion take the same attitude toward :
do It promptly and quit after the first flash of enthusiasm of them have their own Ideas: participating in extra '
rrecu! wears off or is brushed all of which are helpful in securing activities. One might consider w e IT t'AY rr ct.rS' y ;
The we"-meaning the kind of it like this to 4' n
person contest
contests that attract the off by some entering a > r' ,
1St number of entrants friend. There are excentlon* to takes to be a real contestantin be of service to the community -

e ner time requiring effort, but the they use area are of this are not rule found however In one but contest they There a contest.will be people with the the while opposite another attitude.would One take will I ffiJJFjlwfiJipi; *; ft' "tt ifythat+ 'p9ncyJjia "hcerf, R'dc'1 osjUJ In the VerneeAi ,-;" II

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.r ,
n' '
I wrest and easiest and nut of a dozen. mistaken idea that those who think that his own business t a v

'/, .'. no losers. are down-and-out the needy or stands to gain, another will '-.4 "- "dknais' bark, jin a.SnecIal'' to raw nrizcs'offend 'ntthe'0e'v ,

Thai' s the kind of contest this TO somebody whom everybodyfeels think that his will suffer. One ,, a r' ,** ,-.a ." .'. o
Paper, has FEW VOLUNTEER sorry for will make the Individual will be afraid to use d e 1
hat t announced. contestant. These people prestige while another will use uJr f i ti0 (OnteSt
,
best
are your chances of enfind CONTESTWhile ,,xa ( ppanlirr o t th

ri U winning ENTER mean of well needy by as prospective submittingnames will It and think gain that more.they Most are people too FS t tSli, 'a+'S. r }hj a1; "fr' "f i Y i t WR I
few
YOU that people
Is true
oea read beyond these it contestant contestants, but the records busy to take on extra activities
you may become Inter become volunteer to convince show that not one of them has but the one who does Is twice

,3 derate dwandpbelievragwhat It anyone Is Impossible It's true. EVER won a prize In one of ss busy as the person who Is '>le zl 4a i ,,
o0' treads these contests. The reason for too busy PYOaldent
the contest -
tead
I end follow a few ofw..tructlons. Everybody who l a01"l this must be because they lack In a country conducted by y o 1 aY Y

ann I ly certain
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a leading feature of the program of extension uA
Th object of this big prize and commission I distribution expansion of its present circulation The GONDOLIER announces
Is several old* ((1) primarily I to increase the already a startling i amazing offer through which to r*
large circulation of The GONDOLIER throughout the area. ward Its friends and readers who will enter as contest
We also envialon that such tremendous circulation )increase ants and assist in the undertaking This newspaper! ft
will also be of great help to the business houses of $2482.50 FORDOR going to sward a new automobile cash prizes and commissions .
this area; (2)) to gather advance subscription payments valued at approximately $4,500.
from present and new subscribers, and at the lame time
afford our friends and readers an opportunity to turn This general undertaking Is launched kAd will k t
their spare time into profit. So it II a plan that works both conducted upon a plan worthy of the Integrity and tridi.
way and to the ultimate good of all concerned tint 6f this newspaper. While there will be competition
COST IN CASHCustom for site and value I of awards, yet the plan does not provide:
In order to gain these objectives quickly and advantageously > the old I contest method of winning or losing. It's a businen
the most valuable and attractive prize list proposition from start to finish one in which each participant >
ever offered by any newspaper in this i section has been 2-Door Six Conventional Drive With Standard Shift Seat Belts will be rewarded in direct proportion to the i
made ready for distribution among those who enter as Cylinder effort expanded and results obtained. This is YOUR OP.
contestants. Heater and Defroster Oil Filter and Air Cleaner Turn Signals 2 Year 24,000 Mile PORTUNITY. Enter and make the most of it. It cow I
nothing to win.
Such a contest plan Is straight forward and simple Guarantee. A" Entrant Carx Win T>! !is J'rfcfWINNER II I
It is most impartial and is outlined on this page from start :: !!. : ,
to finish. A board of impartial judges will be selected to ,
make the final count of vote credits of the contestants.So .
don't hesitate to enter because you can't lose. THE ONLY WAY TO LOSEIS



COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER! TO FAIL TO ENTER


COSTS NOTHING TO WIN!

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Rules and Regulations HOW PRIZES WILL BE


AWARDED
1. No salaried employee of this newspaper or their
families or immediate families of firms furnishing prizesare -
eligible to enter this contest This does not apply to d Entrants under the rules can win prizes as follows:

correspondents. l- ...... n>>.. The person entering from Southern Sarasota County
I.
3. Any reputable person over 18 years of age residing or near the county line in an adjoining! county who secures
in Southern Sarasota County or near the county line in an MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX the largest vote total by any or all of the methods
adjoining county is eligible to enter and compete for the published In this announcement will be awarded the NEW
1984 FORD two-door sedan or cost. The winner pays
prizes.3. Contestants are not confined to their town or com To De Supplied By and Be on Display At nothing extra but must buy own license and pay tM

munity in getting subscriptions, but may take orders anywhere state sales tax
in the United States BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY"the The entrant finishing with the second largest ooh
4. Vote credits Issued for subscriptions win be In total will\ be awarded the 1300: ,00 CASH PRIZE.
accordance with the schedule published in this issue In. After the Ford and $900 prizes are awarded, the entrant
afordoble forda"VENICE / /
most fords In
eluding the first week cash and vote coupon which will residing outside of the city limits of Venire with I
become a first period coupon minus extra cash one week the next largest vote total will be awarded the $500 US.
after a contestant makes his or her first cash report. This U.S. 41 SOUTH FLORIDA 488-6787 SAVINGS BOND or 1U cost. I
coupon will decrease in value 25,000 votes every week ,
darting one week prior to the close of the first period I After the $500 Savings Bond Is awarded to some entrant '
Right U reserved to issue extra votes not to exceed the out of Venice the entrant with the next largest wee
value of 20 each of these coupons also on extended sub total will be awarded the NEW $25903. FRIGIDAIRE: I
scriptions. MOBILE DELUXE DISH WASHER.The .
.. Votes are not transferable. One contestant cannot SECOND PRIZE entrant having the next largest vote total will t be I
withdraw in favor of another contestant or give subscriptions awarded the NEW $9)993) GENERAL, ELECTRIC AIR
to another contestant. Contestant violating thi* rule CONDITIONER.
are subject to disqualification. ALL WHO ENTER AND DO NOT WIN PRIZES will
6. Any collusion on the part of contestants to nullify be paid ten percent (10%) CASH COMMISSION on the
competition or any other combination formed in the detriment $500 CASHAny amount of money turned Into their credit for new SM
of this newspaper or contestants is forbidden Contestants renewal subscription to The GONDOLIER. (See RulNo. '
taking part in such combination and violating this 13)).
rule are subject to disqualification at the discretion of the J

management.7. AH rote Issued to contestants may be held In Entrant Can Win This Prize
reserve and be published' at the discretion of this news
paper. Published standings will show only enough votesto nUT WEEK
show the leaden for the prizes.
8. The winners of the prizes will be decided by their
earned vote credit said credits represented by votes issued Cash and Vote CouponGOOD
for cash subscription collections extra votea for
turning them in at certain intervals, and the free coupons FOR
the clipped prizes from listed this In newspaper.this announcement No entrant can win two ot EXTRA PRIZE FOR ENTRANTS OUT OF VENICE $3.00 Cash and 100,000 Extra Votes

9. Contestant In this contest are authorized representative Till Onnoo, wfcea aeeomtkanie4 by $M worth of sobsfrtj" ;
of this newspaper but it I is understood and dens la WORTH W.00 CAKE and 100,000 EXTRA VOTE
agreed that they will be held responsible for all money If returned the FIRST WEEE after entering the eonU:
collected and will remit such amounts in full on regular N............ Subscriptions at f $.00........ INo. ............
report days to the Contest Department. $50000U. ........... Subscriptions at HOOfl ....... SN ............
10. varying No statement from the or promise rules and made statements by any appearingin representatives .. .. Subscriptions) at $1100....... I....1.......

this newspaper will be recognized by the publisher. In TOTAL ... .... ................................ $30"
case of typographical or other error in a rule or state Deduct $3.00 cash ..................,1..... I"
1' : ment It is understood that neither the contest manager
', ,I't. nor the publisher shall be held responsible except to make TURN IN at contest office .................... V*

t necessary corrections upon discovery of same. S. SAVINGS Contestant's Name .......................................
11. To insure absolute fairness in awarding the prizes, BOND OR COST
the contest will be brought to a close under a sealed Address ,.................................................
ballot box In which the final will be and .,
returns placed NOTE: N. limit to the number of these eoapons a ear
opened by board of three Impartial judge at given
a a testsat
the
,'I can me first week after enteringENTRY
: hour. By doing this, no one-not even the contest managercan -
possibly know who the prize winners will be. This IF THE DISTRICT WINNER
precludes any possibility of favoritism and Insures absolute
fairness in awarding the prizes. The decision of the DISTRICT PRIZE
I judges will be final.IS. CHOOSES A BOND

In event of a tie for any of the prizes a prize S500 BOND IT WILL BE DELIVERED BY BLANKGOOD
identical in value will be given each tying contestant.
13 ALL CONTESTANTS will be paid $3.00 for each
"club" during the first week of activity. Active contestant For Entrants Residing Outside of City Limit Venice Nokomis FOR 5,000 ENTRY VOTESThe
who do not win' prizes will be paid: 10 percent cash commissions of VealceOR
on the amount' of cash collected for subscriptions GONDOLIER
after first week. This commission will be paid when the ITS COST IN CASH William Lancaster Contest Manager,
contest closes. It is distinctly understood however that After the Ford and MOO In cash have been award. Venice, Fta.

in make event weekly any cash contestant reports becomes he or she INACTIVE will at the, discretionof falling to highest ed, the entrant vote total from will this be district awarded with the the District next 8 Bank .. Date 'o. .... ..1.. .o. .... ........;!1 ltd
the management, become disqualified and forfeit all Prise. No entrant can win two prtses.ENTER. :: Please enter the person whose name appears be -
right to a prize or commission. In ,!the KOQ CONTEST and send full details:

treatment 14. This of all newspaper contestants guarantees but should fair any and question Impartial arise Miss Mr., Ins ......................................-.

'I 1 the decision of the management will be final. Street No. or Route .. ...................................
13. If the first prize winner chooses cash Instead
I of the car twenty (20%) percent will be deducted from Town ................................ phone !f5........"I

.;. the delivered price for advertising. **............ Do :you Hare aeceaa to a Car..".*...
)
J 18. In becoming a contestant each person agrees to
) T j abide by the above rules and conditions YOUR NAME NOW Occupation ..............._..............................

:. luthed 17. list This of contest the contestants officially opens and continues with the until first Mays pub- Resident NOTE: You of.. ....r,.....II..............o. Town-W"Ow?

s 19 4.j GONDOLIER CONTEST OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P.M. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS ,000 can enter entry your votes name will or be that credited'AGE of a friend

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You MUST ENTER the contact a* a contestant to win.
NEW $259.95 DELUXEFRIGIDAIRE The first step Is to let The
Tog will never win anything unless yon make a atari. GONDOLIER contest manager -
You cant wait until the last minut*-like many do in know that you want to become a contestant. Either
"cap" conteits-and win anything The vote scheduleb cUp the ENTRY BLANK below or phone 488-3341 and ask
this contest ia so arranged that every subscription tumId for a free working outfit consisting of an official receipt
in during the first week of entry earn four times as DISH ASHER book, sample copies of the paper and other information
relative to
much Tote credit at during the final week of the contest. p launching an active campaign
Winning i* a matter of getting started NOW and using Thus equipped, you have to go to your friends, rela
four spar time throughout the entire contest. tires, neighbors I and acquaintances and have them subscribe
ITS PORTABLE or pay their subscription to this
newspaper through
The one thing that keeps many people from winning
: Lt you. Should you fail to get subscription if
or you get
We prizes in contests of this kind Is the mistaken idea
THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY them BE SURE to ask everv person you contact to give
that hundreds will 'lump at the chance to enter. The exact or send you the 500 FREE VOTE COUPONS from his
opposite has been found to be true. It is a fact that any of the THAT'S copy
piper ALL THERE
IS TO IT,
in and win while the except
volunteer entrant can get news.paper's ENTRANT that
t an early start will give
you an opportunity to get the
contest and helpers are trying to eU
manager
most votes for
what you do also the chance to
;
see
the fact that they have a chance to win. your
other oo friends before
Supplied By and on Display at someone else sees them.
If you are one of those few person who are not skeptical The biggest step toward winning the biggest prize I*
about the prizes being awarded and the fairness of to get started early and do your BEST WORK during the
this contest-if you are one of the rare few whose every VENICE ELECTRIC APPLIANCE first week entered Instead of waiting to see who else is
sentence is not filled with "ifs" and 'but*.*' It you are going to enter. More votes and more cash can be earned
DOt one of those specimen who are always) too "busy" during your FIRST WEEK OF ENTRY than at any other
doing nothing! in their spare time to do something, then AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE tIme. In fact, we pay you to get started toward winning
you can enter this contest and make it a point to get a During the first week you are entered, we will pay you
r few subscription and free vote from your friend and III W. VENICE AVE, VENICE PHONE 488.2834 $3 00 CASH and give 100,000 EXTRA VOTES for each
acquaintance each day and win one of the biggest prizes. $30.00 worth of subscriptions turned In at the contest
office
Think this over. Then-act right away. And YOu will Votes issued for
subscription
are on a bast
declining
win a new car while other hesitate and "put off acting The contest 1 t. divided into four periods.
from day to day. You can't lose. A cash commission of Subscription
FOURTH PRIZE turned In during the first period earn four times as many
art lea than 10 per-cent 1* guaranteed. vote a* in the final period. (See schedule of vote in
this announcement).
NEW $209.95 .


6300 btu 'hr. 115.V Room G.E.


P HOW TO ENTER y AIR CONDITIONERTHIS Judges Make' Fairness Main


The firs step in order to become a contestant andcompete
for a prize, is to clip the nominating or entry PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY Feature Of ContestIn

coupon appearing in this announcement, fill in your name ENTRANT
and address and mail it to the Campaign Manager of order to make fairness a feature of this contest a

Tb GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. This coupon entitle you Supplied By and on Display at committee of local business men will be selected with
or the person whom you might nominate, to 5.000 ENTRY approval of the contestants, to act a* advisors and official
vote*. The** rote are given a* a tarter, and speed you Judge In this way each contestant who enters can be
OB year way to win. Only one such nomination coupon VENICE STORE HOURS assured of fairness The official judges will check the

vat be accepted from each contestant entered. SHOPPING MONDAY TO SATURDAY records and make the final count and award the prizes
IJ I. when the contest come to a close MAY 2.
CENTER 9A.M. TO 5 P.M.
Do not hesitate to enter. You cannot lose, and you will
PHONE FRIDAY be receipted for all your vote and cash turned In. The
early start Is the thing that count. Come to The GONDOLIER -
TO LOSEIS 488.4943 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
THE ONLY WAY office
today and talk the proposition over with the
contest manager.

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de'ae aeo o'eooa eo'e'o ao'o$ CAN'T 00 CAN'T EARLY START MAKES
o $750

FREE VOTE COUPON LOSE LOSEIN EASY FINISHThe


W.M4 MMertptVm I Cont) Good For
advantage of an early start are manifest. Not
c 500 FREE VOTES o; only do you hive the FULL TIME In which to secure the

I hereby: cut 900 TREE CREDITS to the credit CASH COMMISSIONSIt winning votes, but from now and up until the contest
end, you will receive the maximum schedule
Of .. .... .. u..nw....n.u. C of vote on
? .miADDREbS
.. I is stlm r.d that $750.00 will be paid out in commissions to get contestants started toward winning the subscription get Then tM ,cream too, the of first votes in and the field subscriptions will undoubtedly


Cast by..................................... ,I big prizes, and pay commissions to non-prize winners on a basis of ten percent of the money turned in have while to those take who put off entering until a later date will

This ceupon when neatly clipped, with name for subscriptions. Every contestant who enters and remains active throughout the contest will get a what is left.
and address of contestant, filled in and return fYe.e Don't lose valuable time
waiting to tee what the
ed to The GONDOLIER counts and 500 other Free share of the commissions. This INSURES compensation to all contestants. It makes it impossible to lose. other fellow 1 is going to do, but pitch right In now and

e prize Credit TURN toward IN winning AS MANY the AS car YOU CAN- Everybody wins something. For Information, come to the GONDOLIER office, Venice, Fla., or Phone chow the other fellow how to do it.

,,4 THEY: ALL COUNTI I (Tails coupon must be 0o 4885808.
voted on or before 8 p m. March 20, IBM. 0

.OgeQeOeeQeOQoQ.OO ,

NOW OPEN FOR ENTRANTS
Prices and Schedule of Vote for New and Renewal. Subscription



INFORMATION COUPON PHONE 488-WW 1:4 E. MIAMI ATE.Tb .

OFFICIALLY CLOSES MAY 2Contestant's

WK C. LANCASTER following number of vote will be Issued for subscriptions during the $400 Subscription Contest: .

CAMPAIGN MANAGER let PERIOD 2nd PERIOD Sid PERIOD FINAL PERIOD
The GONDOLIER THE GONDOLIER Thrq March it Thru April 10 Thru April 24 Thro Mar S

Venice, Fla. PRICES VOTES VOTES VOTES VOTES
I Tear ............ $14.00 100,000 90,000 (0,000 75,000
Dear detailed information. I am J years ............ 10.00 40,000 M.OOO 30,000 23,000 PledgeNot
Interested Sir: Please send m* distribution. 1 year ............. J.OO 10,000 8.000 7,000 6,000
In GONDOLIER'S prize
The Add $1.M per year 200,000 VOTES ADDED TO THE ABOVE FOR EVERY $30.00to
above out of state. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS\ TURNED IN. To Cut Contest PricesIn

Min, Mr. or Mr, ........................................ 22.000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY > P.M.
NOTE: AU money turned In count on MO clubs. No subscriptions accepted for less than 1 year or more than S fairness to all contestant, I, the undersigned, upon ,

Street or RFD ....,...................................... years la advance. Payments count from present date of eiplratlo.: (See Inside Cover) entering a* a contestant in The GONDOLIER'S $..1100 i,
Subscription Contest, hereby pledge not to accept subscriptions

Postoffic ...........,..".....,.......... ......,......... ment and at on prices my receipt below book.those printed In this announce t I 1


AM.............. Do you ow a c.r1............ Phone 488-3341 or Mail Coupon TodayGONDOLIER SIGNED ....... .,..........e... ...........ContestantTHURSDAY ................ I:'1; ,


Occupation ................... Phone No.... ......... t
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 1744
PAGE STXTEEN THE VENICE r GONDOLIER


I Scout-Goodwill Drive Is NearSouth


Are You The Kind Of Person Top RecordsBy County residents are reasons why non-profit Good

being asked to give helping will is able to give Jobs to
people more than 300 handicapped
handicapped
I RON SEARS, hands to
and women.
Who of Gilbert Youth Service and at the perform same good time heeds Boy, men Clothing and other article
Can Win The Contest? Scouts
Our Top 20 has a case of Beatlemanla again this week with It's the annual Boy Scout given to Goodwill are repair.
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "She Loves You" in the clothing collection for Good ed or renovated by the handl.

Number One spot. Lesley Gore, who still holds the second will Industries which starts capped employes and are then

(Continued from pare 13) dividual will be invited to eater selves in the public eye by many credits the contestantswill position with her blockbuster, "You Don't Own Me," has recorded Feb 29 and ends March 7, sold in Goodwill sales store From
the store the
brand ot well-known productsand participating in all kinds of poll the final day. Their a new album of teen-age ballads called Lesley Gore Scouts will! distribute folded come wages
the handicapped.
Insurance His home was But very few of them will see public affairs, reserve votes have been accumulating Sings of Mixed Up Hearts. It's already moving up on the LP Goodwill bags to homes on for Goodwill
in a small community ten THIS CONTEST as AN OPPORTUNITY since the contest charts. Also climbing on our Top 20 is "What Kind of Fool Feb, 29, asking residents Many employ
miles from B lef) this organization
A 1961 Chevrolet was won VANTAGE of a FELLOW- themselves know their own 18 to Number nine. and fill them with articles for and con.sequently .

by Jane Wable, a well-known MAN'S lack of resourcefulnessand Needed To Win voting strength There Is NO Talking about hits, we can't fall to mention the Impres- they no longer need. Scouts burdens to the tax.
farm woman residing 15 miles enter The few who enter WAY for anyone else to find sions with "Talking About My Baby (No 11)). will return for the donations on payers Employed: by Goodwill

from Mfyendate: in Somerset and become active will gain People do things in strange out. WHO IS GOING TO RISK New Additions: Chubby Checker and "Hooke Nooks," and March 7. The two dates are they become taxpayer, Gond.will'a .
county PRESTIGE and INFLUENCE, and different ways, especially HIS MONEY sending out sub- "California Sun" by the Riviera Tommy Roe, who recently Saturdays slogan I Is "Not Charity,
Walt Weiae, a rural mall plus a small fortune for spare in these contests but none can scriptions under such conditions scored with "Everybody," Is back with "Come On" Dale 8t The annual drive by the But A Chance" For The Handi

carrier of Salisbury, also wont time, at the same time develop be blamed for doing wrong. ? Would ;you? Grace of "Deep Purple" fame, are seen with the new addition ._rr._>ni___. _!I._ on..n.r *. of the principal capped
new car in a contest on the their own personality, confidence All of them start from scratch "Stop And Think It Over."
'same newspaper in 1966. assurance, and knowledge No one has had any experience Our last two new additions are former pick hits, "I Only INSTALLWEATHERT-
t Several prizes have been of people to make their in affairs of this kind or nature Guaranteed Fair Want To Be With You," by Dusty Springfield, and "DawnGo

won by rural mail carriers or decision the most valuable one It is purely a ease of ( Away)" by the Four Seasons,
some member of their fami of their entire lives.REGARDLESS trial and error, Much experience And Square DealBy Pick Hits: "Abagail Beecher," a wild sound by Fredny .;
is gained by the particl Cannon, and quite a different sound by Sammy Davis Jr. -
liesPeople of how much I using! the BALLOT BOX "The Shelter Of Your Arms"
connected with feed publicity, how many letters, pants In fact, any man or AIL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMfHEATING >
METHOD of
bringing:
who in a contest
establIsh- woman campaigns one
stores or hardware
bow many telephone calls are This Last Two Weeks on
to close contestant
ments have won prizes by seeing made, it is seldom possible to of these contests gets experience ia ABSOLUTELY a every GUARANTEED Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List
their which becomes part of
customers
enlist than 25 to 30 contestants -
more
Politicians and their families Few of these can be an education to be found no a FAIR and SQUARE 1 1 1 "I Want To Hold Your Hands" and Q. .
have come in for their share considered contestants because other way deaL The men or women who "She Loves You" Beatles ... 4/3
of the prizes in these contests. do not become active Out ONE CONTEST participant thought that sending out a few 2. 2 2 "You Don't Own Me"

Time, children, household of they the number listed several will see a few friends and subscriptions and paying for Lesley Gore .. . . .. .... .. 4
duties, or being busy: in club promptly forget that they have relatives and then swear that them would win have not etl :twtellesY nsw'cmfwyp cmfwyp cmfwyp cmfwyp mm
work or organizations can't I entered the contest, others lose I "everybody has been contacted shown any activity They 3 4 4 "Out Of Limit Marked a p61.1W0
Just started in the contest, 4 a 5 Little Cobra" Chords
keep individuals from enteringand their supplies while others while another will takea "Hey Rip 5
winning if they are ambitioua "study it over" until they hear trip over the country, see awaiting the final day Theycan 5 .6. 7 "Um, Um, Um, Um, Urn, Um" CORP

NOT BE guaranteed anything : .. . . . 4
The busy people always that has become half a dozen people and declarehe Major Lance .....,
someone active -
make the best contestants. In and then do not start has "seen everybody. They DO NOT know .6. a "Java"-AlHirt .. .. ..,.... 2 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fla. 488-5359 .
one contest in Grand Lodge, themselves. While one participant will HOW :MANY subscriptionsothers 7 7 .6. "Anyone Who Had A Heart"

Mich.. the wife of the assistant another will may get What would Dionne Warwick . . ......... 4
get on the phone
postmaster won while taking Some will talk it over with send out letters and, cards and :you do? 8 10 12 "For You" Rick Nelson ..... 5II
care of five children and acting their friends and upon getting expect astounding results. If One of the main features of 18 20 "What Kind Of Fool (Do You EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

as secretary of the bowling some "sage advice" about contests they do not materialize itmeans the contest will be to provide Think I Am" Tams ........... 3
league and president of two will never mention it a- spare time employment for local 10 13 17 NA Fool Never Learns" EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY

or three other organirations gain. Still others will start in disappointment. men and women It Is a Andy Williams . ........... 3 TRADITIONAL
She baked special pastries for a small way by getting a few Many contestants may be in community affair which will be 11 15 18 "Talking About My Baby"

weddings, etc, and worked promises of support and never public places and come in contact profitable all participants Impressions .... ... .... 3 Let M style your f vorU! use
part time In a store. She won get beyond the "promise with people daily: but contestants subscribers, the 12 "Hooka Hooka" Chubby Checker 1 or ,ramie! into beautiful Iempa.R.wirII9 .
and never missed a bridge par stage." few of them will make use of business men and this news- 13 3 3 "There! I've Said It Again" t
a a
A FEW WILL START off in their advantageous position paper, perhaps not in dollars Bobby Vinton .. .... . ... .... 10 ; Reatyn"f
ty.A few years ago the principal a big way, bubbling over with They wont think about it until and cents, but in expandingthe 14 111 "Southtown, U.S.A." Dixlebeiles 2 a AN lamp Report

of _a..country school entered enthusiasm, but when they their friends start asking them circulation and finding out 15 "California Sun" Rivleras .,.... 1 Work by Exp -. ,; one vi inese contests ana won have seen their friends, they I how they are getting along, whet people want in their pa- IS 6 9 "Louie, Louie" King.men ...... 11 Craftsmen
the first prize He made so will be finished There will be and then it may dawn on them per while the contest is in 17 "Stop And Think It Over"

many friends that he decidedto no one else for them to see that they are in a position to progress.IF Dale k Grace .. . .. .... .. IIS THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
run for office. He did and They will claim that everybodyhas do something YOU HAVE READ this "Dawn (Go Away-Four) Seasona 1
was elected, too. He is a member 19 "I Only Want To Be With You"
already been contacted and article kind
the of
are
you person 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
of Congress. their campaign will be over who can ENTER THIS Dusty Springfield. .,..,.. IA .
Participating in a contest of So, when the entrants get People TutOffEntering CONTEST and WIN You have ? "Come On" Tommy Roe ... 1

this kind very often leads to a done eliminating themselvesnot ContestAs what it takes. All have to
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several are always better on positions the alert People for will be in there pitching the vast majority of people But will you be afraid that -
*
men or women who have some throughout the entire contest. are "putter-offers, they too many others will enter and I SAVE MONEY N0VI!I
They will be the ones who will will put off entering the contest
will have i
ability and are not afraid to :you too much com
figure the weaknesses of their or will "put off" support- .
talk to other people Many petition? You read this article.
do enter and
and take ing those who
opponents advantageof
contest winners They didn't. Surveys made
now hold positions by
start campaigning Any con-
those weaknesses
that they would not have many newspapers show that
with
had but for the contest bringing It seems that everyone who testant who can put is up the not more than five per cent of I Give
the "putter-offers" on SUBSCRIPTION
them to the attention of enters a contest takes a defeatist's road to success, the people read more than a a I
attitude his I
employers and the public. toward THE BUSY MAN or woman few lines of any long article.
Many business people have prospects of winning "I and Two per cent read editorials
who will enter the contest
made their business better by wouldn't win it, so and so win," Multiply this by the circulationof

putting themselves in positionto all of them declare. "I was plan easily his ,campaign efficiently can and conductit without this newspaper and :you will
i FOR YOUR OWN
set extra publicity. never lucky. I never won anything interference with regular find that you and just a few COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER I
"
in life is
As many men as women are my a phrase duties and have the same opor- others read THIS FAR In this
the winners in of that can be used by nearly small percentage the
among spite tunity, if not better than the are people
the fact more women enter as everyone in this country Most we look for as contestants
contestants In some contests people have taken chances on person with plenty: of time.As One of them will be that ultimate e
a general rule, the people i
a competition develops between cars, radios, other merchandise who do anything in these con- winner.. WILL IT BE I
and cash
That represented YOU?
a man and wife This '
testa the busiest in
are people
chance in
one thousands and
makes the affair interestingand
the community. They come in ,
just because
"they didn't win"they
very often wins.Contestants think they can't win any contact with other people by How To .ej
Win
being busy. They know the
thing. These confuse this type

Often of contest which with require chance nothIng propositions people confidence and and have respect gained their suchan This Contest I [ I

extent that a word as0
Beat ThemselvesSOME but the purchase of a First you must enter. If you
what is thatis
they are doing all
ticket and on which no pub- are really interested, go to the
PEOPLE DEFEAT licity is permitted in the needed. newspaper office and ask for PUBLISHED ON MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
Many people do not participate
themselves in these contests. mails. These newspaper contests the contest manager or mail
The first thing to do is to con- are NOT chance propositions in contests because of malicious the Entry Blank out of the ad- I
own fears and inhibItionS You in rumors that start soon
quer your get paid accord- vertisement in this Issue

others., then you can conquer to be forth ance with and the effort you put after the Such announcement rumors also keep appears Second, contact all of :your YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS
Everyone seems your ability to produce friends aad acquaintances and i REDUCED
sure that some one else has As very few people enter many capable people from becoming get them started saving the .
active after have
more time and can do a better this kind of contest, they don'tknow they 500 FREE VOTE COUPONSout
than do himself. what become contestants. In every
'Job he can they are capableof of
their copies of the
Then when he hears that someone doing. The to find contest, these rumors have paper.
only way
else has entered and started out is to try.Contest I caused contestants "quit or Nearly every resident of this
campaigning, instead of let up" with the grand prize almost paper area will Each receive a contains copy of this i CURING THE SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST I

buckling down with a grim determination won. There is very little of these paper one
to be outdone by Offers anybody can do about rumors. coupons All that you
can collect count
toward winning
No one can keep them from
no one else, he starts giving
reasons or excuses why he Real OpportunitiesIF starting or stop them after While you are getting
can't do himself they start these coupons, always ask fora ENTER THE
anything CONTEST
The vast majority of people EACH CONTESTANT in I A DAMAGING RUMOR may Make new or renewal subscription i OR ENTER YOUR
a list of an I
will never win anything in a one of these contests could hear start from some remark like promises,
contest They won't let them the reasons and excuses of this: "I think I'll get in that the date when you can pick up

selves win. They won't give other contestants if each of contest and send out a few subscriptions your promises and 500 free
themselves a chance. They I them could get a clear pictureof and win. That does vote coupons, then pick them

know that they can't win, and the attitude of his competitor it That remark spreads: grows up on that date i SUBSCRIPTION NOW!

make sure they won't by not he would KNOW THAT and not only keeps others from Third, take advantage of the I
entering. In contests like the THIS WAS HIS OPPORTUNITY entering, but causes them to do extra vote coupons appearing
one announced in this newspaper little after they enter. in the advertisements in this

it has been found that That is what is meant when Here is where sound reasonIng newspaper Read every word Then
the intelligence of the peopleof the statements is made that and intelligence come in about the contest, study the you can cast the 500 FREE VOTES out of your

the community can be accurately the contest gives a resourceful handy. It is time to study and vote schedule and do your best
measured by their response Individual an opportunity analyze the schedule of vote work during the first part of copies of the paper to your own credit or to the

and reactions In aggressive to take advantage of a competi- credits issued for subscriptionsand the contest.

communities, more tor's "defeats thinking," and form a sound opinion.Let's Fourth, don't listen to Idle I credit of a friend who may enter
people give themselves a win while others hesitate I assume that someone rumors or talk. Don't figure i

chance to win, and few are In classifying people who with money gets the absurd that others who enter will do

skeptical. In backward communities might become good contest- Idea taht he could put it to any anything, Not one out of ten =I IF YOU ARE NOT
where ignorance dom ants, records of contests show use and at the same time be entrants will do more than A SUBSCRIBER YOU i

inates, few put themselves in that. one person in one walk of certain that it would do any mention the contest to anvone.
position .to win, and most are life may enter and win while good. In the first place, no one Pay no attention to who enters'

skeptical, others enter but fad to do anything is going to risk his money or how many enter. Most entrants I CAN SUBSCRIBE NOW PAY LATER
J '* If the men and women who at all.BEING while the contest is getting will not do anything but

enter the contest let anything AFRAID of "criti underway. How does he know sign the entry blank. The I
f or anybody but what some capable hard-
discourage them in cism" keeps the majority of majority of them will not read
I their efforts they can't hope to hitting man or woman will enter anything about the contest.
where
people just
win anything In the they are, and produce more than he They will
average think that
contest, doing the same things, never Is willing to risk. He would not they are THE GONDOLIER
not more than one or taking a chance on a car and CLIP AND
I'' two ever go in to win and work trying anything slowly for else. Progresscomes and risk it in the first of the con- that if they are "lucky" they P. O. Box 746
men
women test because he does ==
to
J that end. The majority lack not know will win,
the courage and selfconfidencethat who are. scared of hurtingsomebody' but what someone else has the Fifth, find out for Venice, Florida
feelings. Hundredsof yourself
it takes same thing in mind. No
to succeed in this one how

or any other-venture. They people get are jobs never and promoted keep the else does would not know risk who It else because has the he ter each many week, votes then try you to can do bet get MAIL Gentlemen: I want to ale .dW.g. cf{ your SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION I
each
i same jobs. They are cautious same thing in mind What week Beat ;your own ::
OFFER to SAVE '
They are always afraid record every week and MONEY
Hundreds Will Be they actually happens, the records youwon't ::
will do something the boss have any; competitors to
prove, is NOTHING. It's
'Just
Asked To Enter wouldn't like and fail to consider a lot of big talk. While these worry about. YOUR I will give my subscription! ; to someone who
the fact that the boss people are trying to get their Sixth, report every vote that Bfif your 'Kwo Contest G

During this coming week, would be happy to know that bearings, they are doing nothing you have on regular report for the amount chtcted} below; ==

hundreds of people will be contacted he has an ambitious, aggressive but waiting for developments days, then you will try to get ==

by phone, by letter and individual in his organization In the meantime, YOUor more votes for the next report 0 $14.00
in person. This prospect list This contest gives many SOME OTHER contestantwho day Save something back and ORDERTODAY FOR 3 ;YEARS & 100,000 VOTES I
will contain the names of many people 'Just such an opportunity will show some activity ;you will not try to get anymore =

people who will make the con to show what they are capable while the vote credits are at Then, ;you will beat D $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 40,000 VOTES
test an interesting affair if of doing, but few realize the maximum can pile up sucha yourself, _

they enter, but YOUR NAME I It, I large reserve of credits that THE WINNER CAN BE YOU 0 $ 5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 10,000
may not br on It. Send It in. After reading the above lines it would he impossible for anyone if you will enter and give yourself VOTES -
AMONG THE PEOPLE sit down and take MY NAME IS .
con stock Recall to defeat you during the a chance s:
tacted will be the ones who to mind all of the really final! davs of the contest.
want to "think it over," and big Important people of history IN ADDITION TO THAT, m MY P.O. ADDRESS IS
the ones who will suddenly If they had been afraid of the contest ia ._P.I ...- .-
brought to
a MY HOME IS ON
become "too busy" the ones criticism afraid to tackle close under strict secrecy. A Elferdlnk's of Osprey: PAY l LATER1
1 f who will have to talk it over anything and had done nothing sealed ballot box is installed (Name of Road:!, Street- and House No.
I$100,000 Liquidation Sate'I ) r
with the husband or wife the to further themselves, their Participants in the contest deposit CREDIT VOTES TO
ones who would but couldn't names would never have been their final returns and UP TO 49% OFF i
{ the ones who could but recorded In history. Recall how RESERVE': : VOTES In this bel- :.:::

wouldn't every type of Ia1 great industrialist keep them lot box. No OM KNOWS how llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l ullll I IIIIIII1111111111U111111111111111111111

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FEBRUARY 20, 1944
THE VENICE I GONDOLIER: I PAGE SEVENTEEN
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By SALLY STUBBS Ad vertorlals Solicited

II -he Venice East Community Assn. held Its regular month. SHOPPING SARASOTA and paid for by
meeting last week in the offices of the U. S. Land Develop-

.nt Co. The business meeting was conducted by the new Genevieve Sandu&ky"Sarasota's
dent Mr James Smith. Roll call! showed 37 active memoreSI I
..:.vet The program for the evening was the ..hn.W".i..>... ..*
l V'I
PuVveiogue by Greece
Funk One was on Mr. and Mrs. 'James E.
'Ir oared by Vincent Price; the Smith are enjoying a visit from : Y
'and on the Island Water their former next-door-nelgh-
third on Fresh hors In the north. Mr. and Mrs. -
the Best Known Sod Center-
j shill. A social hour followed Smith lived In Solon, Ohio, and r'4S I STEINER UPHOLSTERING .
Mrs Lester Davis, Mrs. their guests from there' are S FRANK'S EVERGREEN SOD CO.
:II Montgomery and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Ralph Wilcox Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Rebuilt and RecoveredHere
met acting as host- Complete Wholesale & Retail Service
Ibur Funk -o- we can have modern occasional chairs, breakfast
.ei. Dr. and Mrs. A. T Moore of 2200 Ringling Blv'd Sarasota, Phone 955-7960 or antique furniture restored nooks, kitchen and dining
-o- for the 162 Venice East Blvd. will be For fifteen yean, Mr. Herman Frank, the owner, has served to sturdy new life and pleasing I room chairs all upholsteredin
list past
on the sick returning to their attractiveness. the finest fabrics of your
Bernzott, Ed- St. Louis, this entire are with the very finest sod service available
ire Dolores
e rt Mo. home next week. They' anywhere.He Another skilled service of choice.
U Moore
and RUSS i Your furniture will be made
told want to
hospitalized. keep' company with offers supplies, a wide variety of eneellent sods- Steiner Upholstering is the
like work.
oil| Mrs. Moore'a father her new again. Skilled
0- sister and brother-in-law while with .WUgii rat end always entirely dependable free estimate and advice, complete repairing rebuilding men win rebuild or remodelto
Mrs. Lester W. without obligation.Mr. and recovering of Truck seats. '
vfr! and whom he makes his home to suit your ideas as requested ,
AU
work is .
vii. of 264 Venice East Blvd. Hawaii. Mrs. Moore's father go Is Frank knows about soil conditions, about different guaranteed.Dale Charm and comfort addedto
\\'t been entertaining friends Mr. C. L. McDonald and Is 98 fertilizers. That's right, he knows lust what is needed to male J. Steiner, with over 20 your piece or suite by ex.
1 relatives from their form- years young. This week they your own lawn thrifty and beautiful! Take advantage of this years experience, offers the tra padding where needed and
home state of Connecticut. entertained overnight guests really dependable wholesale or retail service. He's always people of discriminating tastesa relying loos springs or replacing
,?. were visited by their airand who are wintering in Ft. complete service and here entire spring units with
Lau-
y Call for
brother-in-law Mr. ands ready to help you In any way possible. 955-7960
,
of the
derdale are some special ser new ones.
Mr and Mrs.
B.
Frank Kuban from Nor. Winkelman, of St. Louis. Last F entirely free astimetea-you'll be proud of your lawn! vices: You select the exact Located at 2040H" Bee RidgeRd.

k. and Mr. and Mrs. WUT week they had as house guests ---- quality, price and color fabric .'in Sarasota, one block east
) Crabbe of Stamford. Withr Dr. and Mrs. E. Clay Frye. LYON'S PAINT MART for your living room, suites of the S. Trail. Phone 9245253.WARREN'S .
fuests the Davis' visited Dr, Frye is in the PresbyterIan I
:ei of interest in Floridan Ministry in University Devoe Hanna Vetvon Masury Glidden PaintsA
St. Petersburg to Miami City, Mo. Dr. Moore is retired Complete Stock of Wallpapers EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE
-c.-
.nr, and Mrs. James E. from the same ministry. Besides the obvious beauty, 'vice is sure to be helpful to Open! Friday Nights Until 9 P. M. I

itjomery are two of theer -0- few things are more pleasing you. They have made a deep Nationally Advertised Brands High Styles, Casuals
,' residents of Venice Ten day visitors In the homeof than bright new colorful paint, study of the business, and their Orthopedic Fitting Specializing in Prescription Shoes
..1, They built a new home at Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Morgan properly applied. thorough knowledge is sure to
Venice East Blvd. this past 134 Venice East Blvd, are "Save the Surface and You work to your advantage. Warren's bring you the loveliest Important too. Here are the
1mer and are now perman- Mr. and Mrs Donn Kinzle, Save All!" is an Important So, don't gamble, go to 1965 pumps, sandals, slings, skilled fitters who will teach
Floridians, Dr. Montgomi from HoUidaysburg, Pa. Mrs fact. In this sub-tropic climate, Ringling Blv'd. This homeowned exciting new styles, leathers, you that you can wear stylish
i retired from the Medi- Kinzle la the Morgan's daughter. each surface requires paints or store should be your paint fabrics . the newest fashions comfortable and becoming
Department of Chrysler The three little Kinzle'sare varnishes especially adaptedfor headquarters. Good paints are constantly. shoes it'. all in the fittingto
or Co. Recent visitors at also here and they are BEAUTY AND BRAINS are a happy combination in the per. the individual use. Folks at reasonably priced and the Here is quality. High spirited your Individual foot.
Montgomery home were Karen, Kerrie and Kelly, and son of Esther Lynn Barrazone, Port Charlotte, contestant for LYPN'S PAINT MART understand ; almost equally valuable infor high-favored creations that Warren's have devoted years
sod Mrs Howard Bauer of what Joys for their grandparents the title of Miss Charlotte County. Esther is a straight "A" paints, colors, harmonyand mation is yours for the asking. speak your language and are to foot comfort. They offer yon
hm nd. Mich. student and one of two Florida girls chosen to represent the contrastUnless I Call 958-2379 for a dependable the perfect answer to every outstanding name brands in
.- -- Sunshine State at Girls Nation, Washington, D C., last spring. you are a thoroughly paint and painters supply ser vogue minded woman any. smart shoes.
She Is a senior at Charlotte High School and will celebrate her qualified paint expert, their ad- vice. one who loves beautiful shoes Yoa too win appreciate the
18th birthday on March 7, the day of the Miss Charlotte County unusual expertness in selee
pageant. MODERN MATTRESS COMPANYBuy Style starts at a woman's lion, the remarkable shoe values
I feet So whether' or not we are the sensible prices at
Direct From The Manufacturer and Save well dressed depends largely WARREN'S EXCLUSIVE
upon our shoes. SHOE STORE, 1464 Main, Bar-
Small Sign' Service Homestead Act Value ReviewedThe -I The Modem Mattress Co is tured to your own personal Yet comfort is tremendously asota Phone 9589470.
more than a business firm in specifications. There is no long
their home city, as they do a wait for their custom made
Shop Penney's You'll Live Better, and SaveJ
most orders filled
488.6690 large business all over the products
proposed constitutional amendment, Stuart pointed in 2 or 3 days. "Tuk-In" Bedding I I
amendment which would tax out, would take effect only in : surrounding territory. is exclusive with the Mod J. C. PENNEY COMPANY INC.

4How Service John J. Ustoe. the first $2,000 of Homestead Sarasota County They are equipped for the em Mattress Co in Sarasota 400 South Gate Shopping Plaza Phone 955-0214
Exemption value in Sarasota Stuart said a detailed analy rapid manufacture of mattresses at 1322 27th St. Free Delivery
County for schools only would sis made' by his office shows ,- box springs,, Hollywoodand Within 50 Miles. a new building, housing stores of this great organiza
raise approximately $208,000 in there were about 23,000 Homestead : I Bahama beds, of superior Hotels, Motels and home- one of the oldest and greatest tion.There
additional revenue, according Exemptions in Sarasota quality and make them in odd owners, call 355-6323 for any general merchandising enterprises are other Important
to Sarasota County Tax Asses. County in 1963 and that almost sizes at reasonable prices. of your bedding problems.The in America. Throughout policies, of course. Penney'swere
sor William N. Stuart. This es- 50 per cent of that number, or I They are specialist in Dual owners, Mr. and Mrs. Gar- these popular stores is the spirit among the first to insist
timate of additional revenue is 11,500; would be affected by Purpose Furniture featurIng rigus are sure to know just that makes people willing to that each store manager be
based on 1963 tax rates. the proposal. Stuart reported the "Tuk-In" twinette, ex what you need and can help come extra miles to trade at an interested OWNER in the
The proposed amendmentwill that all homesteads assessedup elusively yours and manufac you. their counters. great chain of fine stores.
be voted on in Sarasota t* $7,000 would pay some Behind the steady growth of The J. C. PENNEY STORE!:,
Helena Shop County on May 5, and if it additional tax, and that those the J. C PENNEY COMPANY in Sarasota is justly proud to
carries in the county then will assessed at $7.000 and over THE MATERNITY SHOPPE INC., during the 62 years of welcome people from the
be subject to a statewide vote would not be affected. their existence, is a simple neighboring communities. Pen
WEST VENICE AVENUE in the November election. The Stuart gave a report on the Complete Apparel for the Mother-To-BaInfanta principle, laid down by Mr. J. I ney's have been doing businessin
homestead exemption Mondayto Layettes and Gift Items C. Penney at his first store, in Sarasota for 30 years. You'll

the Sarasota County School The Maternity Shop, In their bathing su'ts and lingerie, as Wyoming. receive the same courteous ser
"Quality Must Always Be vice that has done so much to
1 Board and commission well as scientifically designed
county
Dresses and Sportswear for Elferdlnk's of Osprey and other officials and pri new location will, for every foundation garments and bras. Higher Than Pricel" This pol make Penney' "Shopping
waiting hour, keep you looking icy is as effective today as it headquarters for the entire
Their clothesare
vate citizens. said play
the
He easy-care
every OCCISSIOn. I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I] .
I analysis of the homesteadswas pretty with little care and created for fashion mind was 62 years ago. It has family. Remember the address
t'P TO 49% OFF I the most detailed ever money. How lucky for a moth- ed mothers-to-be who want coupled with friendly serviceto 400 South Gate Shop.
VENICE,, FLORIDA made by the assessor's office er-to-be because here, con- comfort, plus charm I Come in draw countless millions of ping Plaza Sarasota phone
d -,,-- in Sarasota County. veniently located In their new soon and choose your whole customers into the nearly 1,700 I 9550214.SCHAFFNER'S .
I shop in Sarasota at 1513 MainSt. wardrobe for less than you
., Phone 9589219, she can think. Shop by using their lay
Furniture
find all her clothing needs. She away plan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Inc. I
i can choose from an assortmentof Stofer the owners, say "We Furnishings for Home, Garden and Patio
flower-fresh cottons forhappygolucky may look expensive, but all
%3 OFF Jim /3 OFF 'I carefree days, our clothes are modestly pric Here are people who know much of it BO that :you can
Wright'sSHIRTS. suits, skirts sportwear, ed'''" exactly what their customers "see" how it will look in your
have a right to expect for their own home. SCHAFFNER'S.INC. ,
STROUD CONSTRUCTION home-furnishings dollar. Such show the best in outdoor
CO.
I qualities as beauty, comfort, living, for sunroom, patio, garden
Remodeling Additions Cabinets Swimming Pools and durability, plus pride of lawn
SLAX AND SPORTS COATS I possession.So Ask Schaffner' about their
For 40 Jim Stroud has
vears Here is a man with the skill, interior decorating and planning -
whether you're a young
served F onda' West Coast. the experience and the equipment _
couple furnishing your first service this free service
Thousands of customers have to carry through! efficiently home or an older couple, is a wonderful help. Stopin
SHORTS BELTS UNDERWEAR R E learned his to judgment.Let trust him. and respect dertakes.on any STROUD contract he CON un adding a bit here and there at 1507 S. Tamiami Trail,
in Sarasota call 958-0950
: for more comfort and beautyyou'll or
him tell you about cus- STRUCTION CO. is outstanding BIG FREE PARKING
be wise to stop in atSCHAFFNER'S
tom built, custom designed, in its field. Alterations, INC.You're FACILITIES!
highly accepted reinforced con Cabinets, Florida rooms, For. always, welcome of Watch for the opening of s
Specialty Shop crete SWIMMING POOLS. mica tops. These folks take course The more you buy, their new store in Venice,
Pools for residential and commercial deep personal interest in their
U.S.
the greater your savings. It's sometime in April, on 41
purposes. They also work. Like all good Aorkmenthey're
easy to shop at this great S., just opposite Venice Gar
give maintenance and repair to show
proud
you completed dens. with the
store where a beautiful selection Serving you
service. tasks so that you may of quality furniture is same quality they have always
Ask for free estimate and judge for
( yourself.
ONE THIRD DISCOUNT! planning financing to fit any 2337 12th Street, Sarasota, always artfully displayed upheld.

budget. NO Money Downl! Ask phone 9554754 niter and
about Marcite, the lifetime fin- Sundays 958-0942 for free esti ROYAL TIRE CO. '

STARTS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 ((1 WEEK ONLY) ish. mates! I Your Tire Headquarters 'w Sarasota & Venice I


AIRPORT GROVES Citrus Fruits 1 Royal Tire offers a service' hind the Venetian Auto Supply

I All Varieties Tree Ripened Citrus Fruits Shipped that should be of interest to alio offers the Bear Wheel
of Season SaleTO automobile owner as Alignment Service and complete
every
for
Height Temple Eating Oranges Ready Shipping Now they specialize in saving you I brake service.

Ship remembrances that delight packed to insure its safe ar- money on tires. For Safety's Sake See
Florida'* golden sun rival. All shipments are individually Since the first of the year, Royal Tire Co., A Home
GET ACQUAINTED WITH OUR MANY WINTER TOURISTS shine -. tree ripened citrus guaranteed they have installed all new, Owned Company That Is
fruits direct from the With The Area.
groves. AIRPORT GROVES fruit is electric molds for recappingwith Growing
In fancy gift packages suitable brought In fresh daily from the newest 1963 tread Phone Sarasota 958-1161 or
for Birthday Remembrances, their own groves, washed designs.If Venice 488-3765.
Illness cheer, for Anniversaries waxed, graded and shipped the Watch for the opening of
Y30FF30FF' -or just a lovely packageto very same day. Their gift you have passenger car their new store in Sarasota at
Y30FF / delight friends and business packages are a delight to the or truck casings, on which you 6050 S. Tamiaml Trail this i
can have take them to
associates eye, and they are certain to repairs will give their customers the
AIRPORT GROVES ship to please your friends, relativesor the Royal Tire Co., they will benefit of the most completetire
anywhere in the U. S. or Can customers. recap them with first grade service in the county.
ada. So say "Hello" with some See the fruit packed, stop in materials and their all electric The Royal Tire Co. is your
ALL WELL KNOWN BRANDS method means thousands of dealer for U. S. Royal Tires
NEW AND fabulous Florida fruit. Delicious at the AIRPORT GROVES opposite miles. ,
more best tire bargain.
.-- oranges all varietiesgrapefruit Bradenton-Sarasota Airport your
straight or in mixed on U. S. 301. This company located at 741 This is Sarasota County's
boxes, baskets, decoratedwith Write for free brochure to Central Ave., in Sarasota, and I Leading Tire and Recapping
VAN HEUSEN NORRIS CASUALS INTER WOVEN SOX kumquats in season. All Route 2, Box 15, Sarasota, in Venice at 513 Cypress, be Center.

OPEN COUNTRY JAYSON SLAX by Hubbard Buccaneer 1 fruit is carefully chosen and Florida or call 353-5078. HAPPYLAND RESTAURANT

Leading the Parade of Progress on Florida's West Coast
Miller WALKING SHORTS BERMUDAS I I I
Contacts THE NATIONAL BANK OF SARASOTA Specializing in Seafood Cocktail Lounge

Dine Overlooking Beautiful Sarasota Bay
has in a few short years heavy traffic areas, and is
ALTERATION FREE NATURALLY vividly demonstrated that the In easy reach by main thoro- People come from miles per person. 12 Noon Sunday
CUFF American public quickly recognize fares. Busy mothers like to around, by car and by boat, Specials Monday and Thursdayat
and does appreciate good combine their banking with to relax and dine in the charm. $1.95 Friday and Satur
T ALL "TEEN-MEN- service. shopping, and appreciate the ingly nautical atmosphere of day, Lobster All You Can
SPECIAL DEPARMEN This bank' acceptance by "informality" of being able to this spacious restaurant and Eat at $2.95.There .
their community is evidencedby bank from their car at drive-in cocktail lounge. Folks know are private rooms for
the fact that they now rankin windows. that since Bet & Bill arc back parties and groups special .
ALL HIGH STYLES the first 1900 of the Nation's THE NATIONAL BANK OF they are serving the ,, .* in groups always welcome.
14.000( () commercial banks. SARASOTA is conveniently sit Seafood, steaks, chic, i'll Everyone is sure to enjoy the
1 SLIM JIMS TAPERED SHIRTS IVY'S DAK MODELS The bank's personnel, head uated in the heart of the enjoy every momer t at wonderful food the courteous ,
I ed by such able men as Robert South Gate Shopping Center, HAPPYLAND RH: ANT( service, and the warm and I,
L. Ettenger, president, and Gilbert I and offers ample parking -you make yo'n choice friendly welcome. By car take
DOWNTOWN VENICE N. Parker, chairman of space, as well as drive-in facilities. from the salads red In generous Midnight Pass Rd. to South S r t
the board, realize that a mod profusion at their salad end of Siesta Key. By Boat, i
.
I ern business must offer features If you're not already one of betwen Markers 41 and 42 I I
121 W. Venice Phone 488-3080 Hours: 8:30: to 5:30 that appeal to a highly the thousands doing business bar.They're open daily serving You're Always Welcome! Call i ,i
mobile clientele. with the NATIONAL BANK OF breakfast, lunch and dinner 924-1746 for further Informa
''YMiles North of QUAD CITY GOLF CLUB I Active businessmen and SARASOTA, drive in today and on Sunday, a big complete tion. CocktMl Lounge Open Un
.homemakers prefer a bank You'll find banking here a Sunday Dinner all the fried til 1 A, M. Roy Newman at the
that located away bom the pleasure] 1 chicken you can cat tot $100 Ol'iaA.pAY .



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THURSDAY, rtnV.QV ha
PAGE EIGHTEEN THE VENICE GONDOLIER _



I Library Lists 330 Recently Added Volumes To Its Shelves NPCClubNotes


Sale tomorrow front jj ..
-Br- .
In the 41 day the Venice announced today by Mr. Dorothy Express, Graham's Grove of Untermeyer's Modern American Howie's William Shakespeare, and Book of Facts, 1964, Web- MARGUERITE PETERSONThe to 5 p.m. in front of the paw\
Free Public Library has been Lantz, librarian Eagles, Benchley's Winter's Poetry, Modern British a Biography, Felsael's Los ster' Third New International Furniture Store fat the Nor
in operation at New fiction, received last Tale, Selfert's Dr. Scott, Sur- Poetry, Reinflld'* World's World of Quintana Roo, Scott Dictionary, U S. Bureau ot Installation of officers Shopping Center. "
mis Woman' Club venlce.Noko-l week: Tracy's First Day of geon on Call and First.prize Most Popular Coin, Gaer'l Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue the Census Statistical Abstract for the Peace River Grange The Republican Chib'i etas
new books have Friday, M MDonald's The Stories from the O'Henry Memorial What the Great Religion Believe 1964, Pitt's 1918, Th of the U. S., Information will be held tomorrow night: at lion of officer will b, held
It
the collection Chill, Huxley's Incident at the Awards, 1919.1963. Hay In the Beginnings; Last Act, Semenow'i Question Please, Almanac, 1984, u.. S. 7:30: In the Community Room March and the Installation w!
Majority of the additions Merry Hippo, Cenedella' A Non-Fiction: Asimov's Human Early Man and His Gods, and Answer on Real Estate, Post Office Dep't. Directory. of the First Federal Savingsand be in April. A nominating a-..
have been reference works or Little to the East, Cheever's Body, Smith's Boat Carpentry Duelles' Craft and Intelligence, 0,,'* Introduction to American of Post Offices, McGraw-Hill Loan in Port Charlotte. mittee was) appointed, at TZlows !
non-fiction books useable for Wapshot Scandal, O'Hara' Tebbel's Complete History Gesell'i Youth: The Child from Government and Aslmov Encyclopedia of Science and Walter E. Wood Chaplainof : Mr Otto Roots eh*
reference There have, how. Hat on the Bed, Fowles' Collector of the American Newspaper Ten to Sixteen, North' Rascal, Human Brain Technology Magill's Masterpieces the Florida State Grange man; Ira Doan, Mtriin.Dalhman .
ever, been a number of )Juvenile Je sup', Cincinnati Kid, McCall's Sewing Book, I Sloan' My Year With Gen Reference; Harper Encyclopedia of World Literature in and Mr*. Wood Deputy ot and liftBai,..
books and fiction, severalof : Vlnln!!', Take Heed of Loving Harbin's Fun Encyclopedia, eral Motor, Whitney's Com of Science, World Book Digest Form, Magill' Cyclooedia Pomona,wiland their Zwicker.
the latter in the new titles Me, Westhelmer's Von Ryan' Rosten's Religions in America, plete Book of Dog Care, Encyclopedia! World Almanac of World Authors, Ma cam from Venice be the The) eight new mmbms
gill's Cyclopedia of Literary officers.Refreshmentts *f,
installing the club
Secretary' joined were Mr,
Tainlor'a 11\
Characters
win! be served
Mrs. William Fredericks.
Bell. t M1and
Handbook meeting which\ will be .
Reader's Encyclopedia and after the Mr William llarr/Kia
Roget's International Thesau open to all former members Francis Hill, Mr*. Chrlitit,.
d and their friends. Floody, Mrs. Isabel Or, &
-o- Mr. Edward Morgan
The C J T 1 e Aaeedatfon'aBoard
next
rua.New win meet The regular inestto. t
College Gets of Director scheduled for
at the Community Wednesi
today at 10 a m.
March 11 at T.30: p.a,

IBM GiftNew Mr*. Canter Ethel Hadley, parliamentarian The North-0-Port Charlot\,
$$10,000 will give an outline
Boat Club will meet tonight! e
procedurethis
on parliamentary 7:30 ,m. at the
: p Conummit.
Feb. 20 at 3p
I College has announced afternoon Center.
a gift of $10,000 from International .m. at the Community Center,
Business Machines Corp The public if invited to attend Mr. Alan Dan, pin'
Dr. George F Baughman, this das. chairman announced a (11-
president, said the gift was -o- titled "Fishing Lore" will b
presented by IBM Board Chair- The North Port Woman' shown at the meeting
4'F man Thomas J. Watson Jr. The Club held its Annual Presl- Refreshments will be sent
letter of transmittal said IBM dent'l Tea and Installation last after the meeting and all men
had heard of the "progress you Thursday at the Community bers are urged to attend.
are making I in establishing Center, attended by 60 member -0-
New College" and guests. A party of nine, headed I-
"You may be assured we The Valentine theme was Mr. J. E. Scott, went deep
will follow the development ol used throughout In the club' fishing last Tuesday on tt
your institution with interest," decoration and even the pretty Judy II, out of Venice M!
ha head of the world-wide research little pink and white sandwiches Sven Nelson landed a rt-
and industrial firm I and small white cakes grouper which proved to I-
I wrote. : decorated with red hearts, the largest fish caught! by U
M New College, which is a privately spoke of this special time of croup Others on the trip eel'
+ t'e endowed college of the year George Wolf Fronk Cam
t liberal arts and sciences, Is Mrs. Reginald Schueler, the Merwin LeClair, Carl] Mtyt
scheduled to open in Septeraer. First past president, was the Dean Roeder, Harold Harnli
Dedicated to "uncompro- installing officer. The new officer and son J, Harnley.
mising excellence in education installed were Mr* Paul They reported that a rO(,
," New College has received Palmeter president; Mrs, time was had by all
gifts in excess of $7 milions. Francis Carroll first vice president -0-
; Mrs. Eunice Braun, sec All former New Englander:
Dr. Baoghman said the gift ond vice president; Mrs. Eileen Interested in forming a ]Nt
by IBM symbolizes the spiritof Millett, recording secretary; England Club in this area ct
private enterprise aiding Mrs. Horace Payne, treasurer; meet at the North Port Chi
private education and Miss Mildred Clute, cor. lotte Community Center ne'
I The company has been Worsted responding secretary. Tuesday evening, Feb. 25, i
II I in New College for several On the new board of directors 7:30: p,m. Come on out it
++ year In 1962 a team of are Mrs. Hubert McKib. meet with your neighbor an
IBM specialists visited the ben, immediate past presidentand get acquainted
campus to discuss new elecronics chairman of the board of -0-
systems in college directors; Mrs. Robert Peterson The Republican Club 11.
teaching, The same year, Mr, Reginald Schuelerand hold its monthly food salt ti
Louis H. LaMotte, now retired Mr. Michael Gellner. morrow from 10 a.m, to 5 pain
executive vice president of The next meeting will be held front of the Palmer Fun
IBM, and still Chairman of its on Thursday, March 12, at 1:30: ture Store in the North Po:
Executive and Finance Committee p.rn. at the Community Center, Charlotte Shopping Cents
1
accepted membershipon -o- Anyone wishing to donate too
the New College Board of Fifty-four' people attended may phone 428-1700.
: Trustees. LaMott hu a homeon the meeting of the NPC Republican -0-
Casey Key. Club last Wednesday The Volunteer Fire Depar
4 evening when they met at the ment Auxiliary will meet tiej
MORE PEOPLE ARE Community Center for their Thursday, Feb. 27, it 7:901: j
"" SUBSCRIBING TO AND
" regular monthly meeting m. at the Community Center
READING THE
.
t VENICE GONDOLIEb.I An Interesting tape reeord- Mrs. Eevelyn Henricsen: i
trig made br Mr. Ray Humph I President.
rey, titled "More" wa heard -0-
b1 the group. I The Trinity Methodist Churc
Elferdlnk's of Osprey During the course of business Official Board Meeting 111
the club heard a report on the held last Tuesday afternoon t
[ flOO.OOO Liquidation Sale ] very successful Dessert Bridge the home of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth
P UP TO 49% OFF Party held earlier this month, Gibb on Marlus Roar
and further plans were made I The next Board meeting I
for the club', Baked Goods scheduled for Tuesday Man
10, at 2 p.m. and Mrs Franc
Carroll of 310 Talbot Street wi
be the hostess


YUARDWA E.fql Drown New Pre}


For Laurel Acres


SHOVELSLONG LAUREL Newly elect,
president of the Laurel Acre
CIvic Association Is Robert L
.r
Drown.
Other 1964 association off*
HANDLED era, elected at the annual meet
Square or ing Thursday night in the San

MAT IS THE VAST DIFFERENCE in these people? RoundedPoint 195 aota Include president Federal Robert; Mr community G., Theresa Schott,room vice R

Drown, secretary; Oscar I
Lund vail, treasurer, sue
George S. Koons three.yeixustee. '
It is simply that some of these men and women have college ,

degrees some of them do not. THIS MAKES A VAST WE ALSO CARRYSHERWINWILLIAMS stalled The new by Frank officers Tawl were, senior ta

DIFFERENCE! INTERIOR vice-president of the Sarasota.
PAINT County Council of Neighborhood
EXTERIOR Associations and a flak
College-educated people usually earn far more than those CONA officer.
G.E. LIGHT
BULBS
Beautlficatlon for t w
plans
without such training and other of life similarly
many areas are entrance to Lake View Drive
COMPLETE LINE Of HARDWARE
& HOUSEWEARS
enriched. Folks with degrees get the better positions S PLASTIC & GLASS TABLE SUPPLIES were members.discussed by association

today and advancement comes more rapidly.
Aa advertising campaign If

DON'T DEPRIVE YOUR CHILD OF THE OPPORTUNITY TO TAYLOR HARDWARE now in progress for the ills if
of Orange-Glo bread, m>

ENLARGE HIS LIFE INTELLECTUALLY AND 213 W. Venice Ave. Venice Phone 488-4709 with pure Florida orange Orlando juice
by Merits Bakeries of
FINANCIALLY. It may soon a-o national.
-
aeaeaaa


i'' : t SEE OUR CONSULTANT at the First Annual TRI-CITY HOME SHOW




I : fo be held Feb. 26-29 at the Ringling Bros Winter Quarters




YOUR CHILD DESERVES THE BEST WE WILL HELP YOU PROVIDE ITI! IF IT BELONGS IN A GARDEN

I


e WE HAVE IT !


PlANTS BUlBS SEEDS

1 FERTILIZER TOOLS GRASSESP"

WILKINSON

.erne r ORTHO

SUNNILAND all at

,.area

GULF



f GARDEN CENTER

1 SARASOTA COUNTY'S OLDEST BANK 417 S. TimtemJ Tr Venice

phone 488.1331



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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1944 PA&E NINETEEN
VENICE' GONDOLIER!

visiting with. her children. Barnes, Ted MoultoN, Mr. and

I NPC PersonalsMr -0-- E'wood Bank, Established Nokomis Nettings I was Mrs.had Ray by Wade.all .-A the good trip time over

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Celi and beck from Bradentxn on
and Bumford Mrs. George Avenue C Herbert Marshall from Fluff. nor on Talbot Street have en- In 1957Has Steady GrowthENGLEWOOD I By MARY ALICE MURRAY the boat and going along Mo
woods on Ion, Ohio, came by for several tertained house guests for four Telephone 4885349 the dock the second in U-
were, surprised to have their days visit with the Woods fam- days this week. They are Mr. (Pinch flitting for Bertha Perkins) from the pirates head ship WM
John
and nephew, and ily. and Mrs. Otto Established than seven ,.eara.
Deice Mikltta from !ta a life time. expect
Balr, from Falrbom.nhuT -0Mr. Candlelight Trailer Park In Orange June 21, 1957, the Englewood The bank's approximately Mrs C. N. (Cap) Steven has Just returned from a reeula, a rect.once I II
drop in for a visit over and Mrs. Kenneth City, Fla. The Mikitta's Bank is a shining example 300 stockholders have been re grandmother's chore of being baby-sitter for a few weeks tot
the weekend. Promptly after drove his mother Gibbs left Saturday to return home. that friendly service ceiving semi-annual dividends her grandchildren in Groton, Conn. You all remember weU ho,
dinner Sunday the Bairs drove Gibbs to the airport Mrs. Sarah --o-- really pa.s.The since the second :year of opera.. daughter Barbara and son-in-law, Don Forte. Barbara has 'jun
down to Lake Wales to see took the Plane for where she financial facility out- tion.William undergone a very serious operation but you will rejoice with
flaw, passion Play. Pa. The elder Mrs. Gibbs Pittsburg. Mr. Luicen Kelsey of 216 grew its original building and L. Hart is presidentof her that she is well on the way to complete recovery. Good I
Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. pent six wonderful has Herbiaon Ave. is Improving remodeled the original: structure the bank. Other officers are for you Barbara and family,
weeks here nicely at the Venice Hospital at 99 Dearborn Rd. in Dan H. McLrroy, executive and lucky for you, Don, thai i town of Chicago:
vice president and cashier Mr. and Mrs Ted Moulton
1959- This enlarged facility ; you have such a good motherin I
after suffering a heart attack proved inadequate, however, John Sheppard, vice president .law. I am sure her presencein I have as their houseguesU Mr .
earlier this week. His roommate and in 1962 a new building at : ; Margaret E. Leach, assistant your home helped speed the and Mrs. Edward Thompson of TtphpritSERViSOFT
is Mr. Ernest Hallen on 333 South Indiana was constructed vice-president; R. N. recovery of Barbara. Good Portland, Me.Florence .
Merril Street who had the misfortune to meet the banking Stephenson, assistant vice luck to you all.
Complete Home Furnishings of falling while workIng needs of the community. president; and Robert L. Vas- Mrs. Stevens now has is hw and Archie Chalk
I brother and sister-in-law of the
6n the
new Trinity Metho- binder, assistant cashier own bouseguests for few I
dist Church in North Port. Mr. The bank offers residents of Hart and Mrs. Leach have weeks, her own mother a and Harry Chalks, attended the
Hallen is getting along fine Englewood and surrounding been bank officers since its inception I. father, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Casparilla celebration in Tam-
and expects to be home again area complete banking ser in 1957. I. Brown of Atlanta, Ca. pa last week. They were accompanied -
soon. vice. The institution is equip On the board of directors are by the Clayton f
rnterlors by /peck 01776distinguished -- ed to handle all banking trans L. A. Monger, John F. Bass HI, The Eldon Weyricks of Re- I
The actions from a checking account Hart Frank W. McCook, Me- verses Street, Nokomis East,
Executive Board of the to a complicated trust Leroy, Sheppard and John A. have had as their houaeguest
! Women of the First Presbyterian fund all consummated Stanford.
this past week Mr. and Mrs. 4r
Church of North Port with the welfare of the
customer Ralph E- Horton Sr., is chair- Warren McKee of Burr Oak
Charlotte met last Tuesday afternoon uppermost in the minds of
of
man the 1964 Advisory Mich., as well as Mr. and Mrs.
at the home of the the bank employes. Board. Other members
president are Harry Day of Three Rivers, JI .
Mrs. Ed Frank
Bumford on The bank's deposits are over Charles Czerwinski Jr., Walter Mich., and Miss Fern Weyrickof 1'
professional formulated Avenue Plans were $5H million and are steadily Deli, Bryce R. Harris, WyamnM. Naperville CL All are ardent
for the future meetings increasing. The number of em. Miller Roger Mashke, Lois fishermen, though not
guidance to lend Women's and activities of the four ployes at the Enrlewood bank Potter, Margaret Tate and much luck was had by an on
Circles that meetonce has grown from 4 to 24 in less Rhys Williams. their various safaris into the
each
that elusive month. gulf. Better luck next year,

The Rv. Terrence Peterson I New School Courses I folks.
note of selective Pastor of the First PresbyterIan -
Church, announced there Mr. and Mrs Newell Wormwood
subtle will be Sunday evening service The second course In Political be taught on a bi-partlsan basis of Riverview, Fla.,
f eleganceto held at the church on Action! to be offered by and is offered as a public servIce brought their son Newell Jr.,
North Biscayne Boulevard at the Sarasota CommunitySchool by the school and Carlson and his wife to call on the
your home. 7:30: p.m. and a special series in cooperation with the who Is donating his time. Rudolph Murrays. The Newell
of prophetic messages will begin Sarasota Chamber of Com- ; Therefore, no charge i* made Jrs. are residents of Suffolk -
this Sunday evening. merce and U. S. Chamber of for the course. Va., and are on their win-
NA W408 P. 0.
BOX Mil Commerce started last week.It For additional informationcall ter vacation. All the Wormwoods .
NA W920 PORT CHARLOTTE is held each Tuesday at 7:00: 958-1332 or visit the Com are late residents of the
Gulfstream Park reopened pm. in room 111. Sarasota munity School office, 1001 S. former town of the Murrays
FLORIDA recently to assume the role wens Mich School. Washington Blvd., or call the namely Hampstead, N. H. We In Florida.
of Florida's year-round With the increased Interest Sarasota Chamber of Com- were sure glad to lee you .
tourist attractions. The track's in political news at the pres- folks.
rounds will be open to visitors ent time how many of the following merce.Food Service Course
daily with free admission. questions can you as a A new class in Food Service The Edwin Jenkins have after bowling beer is a natural
r-- --- -_-.......--- aloe voter answer? I is being held on Tuesday at been recent guests of the Rudolph ,
candidates for ( Murrays. They from Boston
How are primary 7:00: pm. in room 307 Sara.
elections selected? sots High School. Mass., and now on vaca- After you've bowled game or two,or when you're winding up
ASK DAD-HE How is a precinct leader selected The course is offered by the tion at the Suntide Apts., Lido the evening at neighborhood bowling center, k'l good to relax
KNOWS! i Sarasota Community School in Beach. Fast becoming fisher. with friends and compare scores. What better way to add to the
Why has political party organization cooperation with the Sarasota men and sun worshipers at spore and the sociablenea than with a refreshing glass of beer

The expert in 1930 predicted our U.S. population growth to be one Hundred iixty den been called "hid- County Health Department and Lido. However you take your fun-beer always makes a welcome

frve million by the end of the 20th Century. This fig** bas already been exceeded ,0vernmenU"What could happen if you asa I will Essentials include of Good topics Table such Sere as: Calling Mrs. Clara Lo<'k. addition to the party.
by more than 15 million people. voter do not take an interestin ice Functions of Food Service man, sister of Mrs. John Schil Your familiar glass of beer Is also I pleasurable reminder that
,
candidate selection ler. She was with the John we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy
Personnel Know Your Foods
THEY NOW FRlOICTOVER The answer to these and and Service as wen as Safety, Schillers for a month and then beet and ale, if we so desire,is just one,but an important one, of
went over to Riviera Beachto
other those personal freedoms.
many questions concerning -
214,000,000 BY 1970 ((6 years hence) "Political Action" will be Sanitation The instruction and Hygiene.by Miss Bo-- visit other relatives there.

AND 260.000.000'BY answered in the course, which finger, who has had over 26 Friends here are hopeful Clara In Florida...beer goes with fun, with relaxation
1980 ((16 .
yean hence) uses the "discussion method" of will return soon so they can I
years food service here and card before she TOTTED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,INC
What Will Land Values Be In The Next 6-16 Years?, with leader.Arne Carlson as discussion in New York, will be supplemented renew goes back to games the cold home PO.BOIV1 wean roes rLORDA
by movies, speakersand
THE OPPORTUNE TIME TO BUY IS NOW The course i* based on and frequent discussion, per-
will use the same material as
"Action Course in Practical iods.Although \the Instruction is a
MISSION VALLEY ESTATES Politics," which Is recommended structured mainly for persons I
for an citizens by the U. S. in the Food service trade, '64 Corvair Monza ,
LAURR ROAD EAST LAUREL, FLORIDA Chamber of Commerce, FlorIda those who are Interested in en-

Offer yes 3, 4 and 5 acre extat perch of affraetfv prices end convenient Chamber of Commerce, tering the trade and learning
Sarasota Chamber of Commerce the technical points are encouraged
payments (Estate Zoning allows one home per acre.) by Chevrolet'
and many of the largest to attend. The fee
PS.-.Jfine. cV Minion; Volley/ Sty Divers C/to./ fWcMe Jimpt hey Ssfldoymffi businesses and private organizations for the class is $3.00 and ad-
Weather ,.,/, ;*?. YOU AM WELCOME in the U. S. ditional information is available
The Community School said at the Community School
it wished to have it clearly understood office, 1001 S. Washington;
--.--- .. ..-.. the entire course will Blvd. or phone 9581332. If
Law For Laymen Class '
The second class in Law for
Laymen will begin: registering
Tuesday at 7:00: pm. in room
204 of Sarasota High School.

The class has been organized ,',
to alert the small businessman ,., r
4M'Y z and private citizens to : ,'
A- ,Y
i' legal pitfalls in his everyday
operation of a business and
then seek professional guid
i ance.
Some of the information to
r.e be included in the instructionwill
be: contracts, negotiable
instruments, sales of personal
property, bailments, descen- .
dent and bankrupt estates, t r R 9'.rr1"r
agency, partnership, surety-
ship and real property with
1 r """ to such
answers questions as:
Did I make a valid contract
Is there a time in which to 4 \
cash a check How do you

form a corporation What are e R Al ., {qrci
the requisites of a valid will V A I R
The instructor for the class V r"
is a well qualified person to ;
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1&. .t.t1.r 1t.R- "' P 1 as he is a practicing
.' : Sarasota attorney eeiaz _
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t...... The class will meet one evening -
.J;.. ;.J.< .. .....Q.... ... a week for 12 weeks ((3
>': :? : :: : ::: : ::::::::+::: :m ml:::
:.tisty 1; tlSuahat'sialsssu; ; :isci2: hour sessions) and a registration -
*o/ fee of $3.00 is charged.

"f \ ;.h w. ,,,i'. ,'x i -:!// W,. + Call 958-1332 Community or visit School the office Sarasota

.::: 'Y :: at 1001 S. Washington Blvd.

CONDOMINIUM the new wonderfully e.citina eoneep* y LES for additional information.

for. multe-femfy dwelling Maintenance and worry-fr., every *: #'
owner residence at has home, with separatetitle +
i nddse.partment OLONY r
'64 Corvair Monza Club Coupe <
Punte Gorda lile fetes great pleaiure In announcing thee .

<. e ieVt most exciting new entry in Florida'l condominium sweep. CondominiumResidences i eJauewnsarAY.. ueaur.ua (that puts,:superior! traction under you)
t a le. the Ida' Colony condominium apartment

Diicover this luxurious new carefree life! Discover a wondw- ; :;
complex +::;:. 'o Some do best the highway:Ouscrs! and flat cornering make anything from
ful future In the Itlei Colony, a waterfront apartment Visit, Punta Gorda Isles"The Sports k:::1 t 0'Laa cars on
truly designed for tomorrow's living today! man's Paradise"-soon. See why so *::: C seem tailor-made for city driving. rush-hour driving to parking a cinch.

and all the Caribbean can en. fold : many discriminating people prefer i m Then tiere'i Corvair-that gets along Take back-road driving. The weight ofCorvair's
Where else In Florida kct
the Isles Colony for year-around or ; +
such Incomparable f.aturex :. winter residence. 2;. tBll just great most anywhere. Swishing along engine bearing down on the rear
Charlotte Harbor f a highway. Scurrying around in traffic. wheels gives them remarkable grippingOr
On the fashionable southern shore of
\
PUNTA GORDA ISLES };' wading through soggy tray power on most any surface, whether it's
fabuloys meq
Each waterfront condominium unit sunsets overlooking at the Gorda, U. S. 25 i P Take highway driving. Corvair'i got a loose,solid,dry,wet-or even snow covered.
sine vistas end gorgeous crimton dlofmouth of Sarasota : with else take note of '
.th :: bigger new engine) horsepower up Something :you can
A private beach for ass and iwimmSn ; Follow the exclusive signs. waterfront f::: : DROP $'CNE- nearly 19% in the standard version. But too: There's no radiator to overheat or

Your own private boat dock for tailing, p'' .. .-aulsinq, *! : e featuring h0mesU -: custom-built water- .:; ITA6OODTHINTO < in case figures! don't; Impress :yon,just! wait; run dry. No hoses to check or replace No

fishing In (Charlotte Harbor, the largest body of "' .Iteed. front bomeeend the Islas Coo ;:t;:: .NeW WAYS until you bead a Corvair for tome far need for antifreeze.The engine's air cooled.

Gulf| w.ters south of the fret line In the United. State any W.condominium; Marion Avenue apartments.17M \ : 0" COINiSt TlW4c away places. You'll get the messags.' Beginning to sound like a ear :you can

B One mile to downtown shopping center churches, hospitals. Punta Gorda, Florida Be sure your tmurene pregrem Take city driving. Corvair's really] warm up toT Then there's ;.

tchoolt, etc, %{' keep pace with your progress trim size, light steering (because szDa only one thing left to take:a ride

Generously tuper-large one and two l bedroom wndominiunespriced : Some unforeseen event could the 'engine weight's in the rear) in one atyour: Chevrolet d ak'.,'
wally let back In financial
from /moderate $17,990, land Included. you your
advancement. Go OVII'yoUI' THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS 'C1tnroIet.CIIeteIIe. Cb.*yn.eon.- cats

this week.Insurance coverage with us See there aat )lour- Chevrolet. Shoecroom. !: f




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laljlllO Punt. GorcU, Florida 'l. ( AVI

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Chase v Sanborn All Grinds (lni..y sit ecltilS ,f, ii l39 ::: ;..A
114 Sf 1lb. 59c'bC
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lIee . 0 can Meiolo Corn Oil

(limit 1 per customer w/purchetet of $5 or more) Margarine ......... ... a; 31eSwift's
Pilltbury TaitySnowflake
Premium All Flavors Rolls .... 2.:;:. 45c6"e ,
'real11 half: 69 Borden'lring( Your Coupon) 19al
e Cream Cheese ................ :;:- 33c
Dole Pineapple Grapefruit Chfddar Cheat
0 longhorn Cheese .............0-:: 65cWlKonno 1
R II yfi 46-oz. $1
IDflIl 1t ( Kraft I Diluia American, Pimenla or SWIM
: 9 O CI "W cans Sliced Cheese ............ 1.m 39c
Swift's Premium Family SiuBeef 7/

Slew 24.oz. 39c \
eon s' 1Swift's

All Shortening ..
Purpose 1
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN

Jewel! 0 o o 3lb.o con. 49c :_. ._._ \ PoTne TENDER-AGED GOVT, INSPECTED
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
Ga. Red Standard Conned _
,
Tornatoeso #303i 25c 1
i flM cans

0 Chuck Steaks lb. 59c

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Comitocki Dallciaui .
Cherry Pie Mix *!? 35 PUBIIX .
ilOr t Ribs 0 0 39C

SpVcedVTaches 3 *>!:' $1 1 1Gratn .

G anr Cream StylaGolden / 1 Ground Beef 49c
I Corn .4 :;.3B0 2.J 59WHERE 4 .

Groan Cant Brand SHOPPING
Cuf Asparagus 4'c' :\tei. $1 1 1Na o frozen foods 0 ,
I IS APLEASURE .
w
Bug i Mr Lady Shtlf ) ,
Paper .''I,;'.". 39 'II-III.i.', 39 Ferm Houe Apple, .aeh or Ch.72....
fruit Pies .................. 3 ..... $1.
Gointt Doe Food.
Train 5. b. 79 ,, Pee Rib Convenient Tasty ,
Gravy k,. S'I Pie Shells .......................new; 39c I r
Hobluoi New Cracktr Trial }l e
av.-Ol. Southland. Froien Speckled ..... / I
Chicken In A Bisket F.,, 41 Duller Beans ........,...,.,...I.h' 49c
Srnetmann'. Family Favorite With Pearl Onions Bird Eye
Tasty Fig Bars 'tspke:k '' 39 Green Pecs .................... "'.*' 29c
.Alosh. Bird Eye Tender Sweet
Far Lent Royal Brand "! White Corn ............... 3 : 59c
Red Salmon . ::?: 59 .
Holloway Home Quick froen ...
Far Lont, Rayal! Brand Aloika Baked Potatoes ...........,,. 12...., 39c
Pink Salmon ... COli toll 59'Braaklait Booth'i Deep-Sed
Club Enieh.d. Frozen Scallops .,.,..,..,..... iki 79c I
White Bread 2 ':,:;* 41 Emprait Brand DonlshRob.rt'
Cut. Lobster Tai's!' ................. :::: $1.19
i BI-R Swift'i Premium I Sausage

Green Beans .. 2 *con.303 25* Breaded Singleeon4 Oysters Quick Froien.............. ..I,89c Brown 11 Serve 49c
V pkg:
.
s Swift'i Premium Tasty Fresh
o rfoitit produce feme e
Chunk Bologna 3 ,bs. $1.Swift'i
HARD GREEN
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Premium Smokies or

afbbage Abe 5c Polish Sausage Ik: os.' 59c

l Old Fashion FlavorCopeland

I h Sun-Kisf Brand Juicy Franks. ?fb be; 49c

Lemons . . dOl. 39 t p Tarnow't Whole Hog


I'' D D'Anjou Pears Juicy. . . . . . . 6 a//_ Bag Sausage . p S9t

Good 01 Gold (For Lent) Pitted _
lO-oi For Lent, Delicious
D Dates . . . . . .... .. .. ... pkg. 25'"
"Icui'eii Sea, Bass Fillets ,. r. .r ,lb. 49#

UOOO EXTRA FREE 1 OO 50lliEFxRTEA OSO SOlliEllEA 06S0 tvctits" Lenten Seofood Treot

e $Green ] J l Green Stamps &"l Green Stamps Lake Mich. Smelts ,lb. 25
I rh e?...p....d pwdrr,1PSII ; eA his..p...dwdaw eh I :: ...h. 6?ap....4 o..ch...eI, I
CAPRI I BATH OIL Gillette Stainless Steel Razor Blades b Herman 0.B. Cooked or Baked SI.Ham
32 79c plus \\6
-oc tut 6-pock 89e 6-ox. pkg. 69c Be
r:1: <( I. rik U r i 'rw il, IN ) Venice
tO I O. .OOO muxW SOOI I O 'OI IOO S So) o I QioB Shopping Center


somEflEA OSO somE. l E 50 50mEF TAAmso I POOE1X ; Store Hours:

J Green .! J3/ Green J H Green Stamps / Mon. FIt 8:309:00: :
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.a-1psll N rive ewp stampsll Ilk.1 le WWM end K.chwa eft / M A R K B T S3 I
1 GLEEM TOOTH
Tarnev/i Mono Lice SaL8:30-7:00
1 (Se.Off Pack) extra. assorted ROYAL INSTANT PUDDINGS S1 e : :
... .. : 4 pkgi SOc
(1..1.1.0 r U IM4) (1..1. t.t r e 12 1M4I' '
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!1'IURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1964 THE VENICE I GONDOLIER: I PASE TWENTY.ONE
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Mrs. Gibbs Leads Diogenes Douse ............ r"" ... "'N"-"


\ Demo DiscussionCHARLOTTE Your Paging Dlogenest Lantern! ASK D4D-HE: KNOWS! _

We've found your honest

ems'rv HARBOR man. THE URGE TO ESCAPE FROM THE WORRY, STRUGGLE, NOISE AND TENSION I
Mrs. Mary Gibbs of Venice led He* Porter Llttlefleld of 9
a discussion of the responsibillties Richmond St.. East Brunswick, OF CITY LIVING-
of county Democratic I N. J, THE DREAMS OF A SUBURBAN COUNTRY ESTATE AS HIS OWN PRIVATE
Women's Clubs at the Saturday Deputy Sheriff C. N (Cap) HAVEN OF SECURITY
of the clubs of the Littlefield
meeting Stevens reports THE NEED TO EXPEND A BIT OF ENERGY SEEDING, PLANTING AND GROW. t
Seventh Congressional District found wallet containing five
Mrs. Gibbs stressed coordination $20 bills a Thursday at Nokomis ING THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS, SHRUBS, TREES AND FRUITS THAT ONLY :
of club activities with public beach and promptily FLORIDA CAN PROVIDE TO BEAUTIFY HIS ESTATE.
the county executive committee sought out the law enforcementto
organization<< of new clubs return it. A Visit, Inspection and Purchase at
+ I and liaison for information on Loss of the wallet Wednesday
tt, the Democratic party afternoon had already been
Featured speaker at the reported to Stevens by Mrs. MISSION VALLEY ESTATESLAUREL
meeting was Mrs. Annette Baker Darwin L. Cunhman, 3451 Sun
of Clearwater, state president nyheart Jackson, Mich. ROAD EAST LAUREL, FLORIDA :
r.IP of the Democratic Women The popular South County
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Will the best investment will mate In land The hundred acm
that prove you ever seven
s Clubs of Florida deputy further reported
Mrs- John R. Jack Jr., presIdent he quickly reunited the lady of developed estate parcel will appeal to all who want a
of the Charlotte County and her lost valuables minimum of one acre (for a homesite.
Democratic Women Club, Estate parcels are priced at far lest than city lot*. Reasonable down payments
presided at the luncheon Mrs Other Venice Democrats attending and attractive terms.
Jack introduced the of the Mrs
honor, including Mrs guests Hazel Adeline Ballard meeting, president were of You Are Invited to View the Parocliiift Jumps fcy Die Min'O/! Volley
: ",; + Talley, of Bradenton, holder of the South Sarasota Club and Sky Divert Every Sunday

9 v i many important posts in the Mrs Mary Taylor, club secretary ......... "" 1
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QUICK, HENRY, THE FLIT A swarm of everyone else when the four members of the
which 'Invaded Early Wynn Lanes Walker Hardware team stepped out on the
Mttef alley to play, attired In
"bu the their borrowed Beatle
night failed to mana Ie-
Monday top knots. The quartet, members of the E&B
gent Not only didn't they call the extermlitor Pavers League, Included John Erickson,
in fact, they just laughed And so did Gene Stansberry, Ed Ross and Earl Collins



Ir.Marani Talks Gerald Duke Addresses


Men's Garden ClubThe "FIRST FEDERAL e
'o College Club .t. .

ten shrubs suggested as soil are ligustrum, hibiscus, T
the best growers in this area gardenias, crotons, bougain first choice for
On Teaching were discussed by horticulturist vilba, ixora, podocarpus, carlssa e .
Gerald Duke, in his talk pittosporusm and virbur- r
thirty members and guests "Shrubs That Like It Here," nam .
Cilleje Club of Venice were Friday at the Men Garden Fifty.six members and '
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eitnt it the group s luncheonthe Club meeting guests were present William 4' '1\\
Gourmet Room, Myakka He also discussed the factorsto Glenzing was in charge of the SOUND FIRST MORTGAGE
nn! to hear Dr Jean V be considered in shrub cultivation meeting ,
.mt of Sarasota discuss such as maintenance Second speaker was club
ucational Horizons." requirements, size, rate of member Austin Beebe who J I .., I MW"' _. \. "vIFJ
:)r. MaranI Is curriculum growth foliage, flowers and ave an illustrated talk on os- M- "r rr'wr.- HOME LOANS
"tCtOr of Rivemew High fruit. The plants he considers mosis, as related to seed germination .
hardiest for the climate and .
mlr

:) MaranI! Is curriculum ,
rational approaches must !I :a

11II' u world event patterns l
ft and that today the entire I
rational enterprise is reed -
u a means of attain
understanding, a tool of
:mal defense and an eco- R. L. ANDERSON, INC.

.u asset. She said the task Residential, Commercial, Induitnal, Heating and
educator Is to plan flexible
T m. to prepare youth to Air Conditioning Installations
idle changing requirements! Sheet Metal Fabrication and Installations
I lob political involvement Planned Maintenance
d human relationship.. Bau Ave. E. P. O Boi 297 Venice, Florida

:a discussing new teaching TELEPHONE 488-1766 st
Ktioni, she said that revls- ,
in the approach to mathetn .
ind science now ac-
rodate our new insights inK
inas and Introduce stunti ANNOUNCEMENTMODERN
to ways of discovery pe-
v to each discipline. -I .
She also talked about theopinion ,. --I'
of the student ca- a
'ty' which has led to relo- Ol. ,t We Are Nowi.aI !jfiJi"I' q
00 of courses and whole ...tIn ,
:tenia of subjects in the Ou.r New "} &- -. .
rides. Rote learning of I -
today is being eliminated, .\ ,', 1
Building p
laid, and students are ask i .:
to rasp the underlying I
'rture of the discipline Exratory .
.' courses In new areas,
the lower ovation, and alert schools IMPORTANT FIRST FEDERAL LOAN "
xperimerting with differ EXPERIENCED MECHANICS
: rranEfments! of teachers, FEATURES B '
"e and classes, she said ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT IGNITION PARTS TO TUNE
''''"us* the cost of good edu YOUR ENGINE Long term loans
'**\ Is high she said that in
'future year-round use of EXPERT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE Reasonable Interest rates
"a
tin and faculties will be
,de.
Moderate closing costs
Dr. Hanoi was introduced All Work Guaranteed

!Mrs.. chairman.Fergus Hunter, prom Prepay part or all there Is no pre-payment


:ding appointment the business of meeting Mrs. B & W AUTO REPAIR penalty
Direct reduction Interest J
1ree vie Jr to fill the charged only on
,1 "' .president to re"rs 488 3502 unpaid balance each month
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Homer Fetzer who 629 E. VENICE AVE.

'WW. was announced by Fast service l by> friendly, experienced loan -
!president, Mrs George Edodsoni -
officers

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TAX ASSESSOR'S VISITSIN ,



COMPLIANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTES 193.11

AND FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE TAXPAYER

Don't Miss The Venice 1964 "PARADE OF HOMES"FIRST

WILLIAM STUART


SARASOTA COUNTY TAX ASSESSORwill -

visit! the following precIncts to accept returns of r

INTANGIBLE HOMESTEAD& TANGIBLE EXEMPTION PERSONAL APPLICATIONS PROPERTY and : i ecl tat



NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE, February, February 25 and March 3 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA

'iron i 10 o'clock until 12 and I ''til 3 PM at the Municipal Office. ,

VENICE OFFICE 601 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL
ENGLEWOOD February 26' from; 10 o'clock until 3 PM. at the Engod !.. 1 a

Recreation, Center. s MAIN OFFICE SOUTH GATE ST. ARMANDS I t I

200 S. Pineapple 3550 S. Tamiaml Trail 361 Harding Circle f \ I

VENICE'Th. branch office will be open from March II thru April I, from 9

0'el I.k until. $ daily, and 9 o'clock until 12 on Saturdays, Venice City Hall P


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THURSDAY FEBRUARY fc
TWENTY.TWO THE VENICE GONDOLIER:
island was named Two luxurious hotels
the et
ing vessels which carried it to have been attracted to the briney deep are constantly beIng for i whom. reported to have area the foibles of the wealtl
all parts of the world. area in impressive numbers. sought by piscatorial devotee fabulous treasure in the near-wealthy Other TI
I Boca Grande: Tarpon Capital Boca Grande is still an Important Until six years ago, Boca I *. a and dreams of finding the loot less well-heeled can
port of call for ships, Grande on Gasparilla Island, Excellent guide boats are have brought a multitude of their stay in good molt
although the phosphate now was available only by boat. A available for those who desire hunter to the island other tourist accomod.
treasure
By MAGGIE CLAMP1TT: ous the world over. -co, became the logical export arrives there by the train-load toll bridge, privately owned, the advise of the experts. Other over the years. Winter or summer, t
The discovery of phosphateon point. The Importance of phosphateto now provides access by land fishermen use their own fish It was here, according to the poor, Boca Grande Ie
BOCA GRANDE Phosphate the banks of the Peace River Early in the development of the fertilizer trade has for $1.50 round trip for car and boats or are content to legend, that a U.S. gunboat lightful spot. The breeze
tarpon and tourists have in Polk and other northern the mineral, mules and scrap made Boca Grande one of the driver. from the docks, the excellent finally cornered the bueaneer, the Gulf of Mexico ma.
made the deep and shelter counties in 1885 has been liken ers were used In the mining outstanding export centers in The land access has made fishing pier near the phosphate sank his l ship, putting an end summers enjoyable an
harbor of Boca Grande fam ad by some experts to the discovery operation and barges were employed Florida Boca Grande available to docks or to surf-cast. to his nefarious activities warm Florida mm adds
of gold in California to float the phosphate. Tarpon Capital everyone and the tarpon, Rich In LoreGasparilla In Excellent accommodations popularity of Boca Grand
Boca Grande at the mouth of down to Boca Grande Here it I Known as the Tarpon Capital -. snook, mackerel, kingfish, Island If rich I available in Boca Grande ter*.
are
NPC Chic Assn. the river on the Gulf of Mex- was loaded on full-muted sail- of the world, millionaires trout and other denizens of the pirate lore. The famous pirate


Meets Next WeekNORTH STORE HOURS:
9 a.m. to P-m. Mon. thru rrl.
qa.mtolp.mSat. Wtl $5 Ken (War
PORT CHARLOTTEThe : VENICE STORE ONLY tit OM Ywr choke or
Civic Association. of iy\ DR.
& SAN MARCO
US. 41
North Port Charlotte will hold I
,' their regular monthly meeting
next Wednesday evening at
7:30 at the Community Center. ConftcT ne ft that ind.nuusM. COFFEE

Carl Meyer, president announced +4 something that brings cvttomweIntft
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a $:lS 00 Savings Bom'
will he awarded to the person ? our stores exich wok end
Fp submitting the winning entry CHASE & SANBORN3ge
1 Laves with thorn the fooling that EXCIWHT ASTOR
9j for the seal to be used on the
new City Directory for 1964-M, I r. no matter whoro thoy might havo
to be published and availableby
May I, 1964. All entries r shopped,they couldn't boys don '
must be submitted on or before 4ge

win" April 1 to be eligible to b.tt.\ :sae Cu Can

Important business to be con.
sidered at the meeting will be
charge in present by-laws, I'
"which will permit the electionof
a second vice-president. It
this l Is passed a member o It
the civic association will be Colonial
elected tn this office at the
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meeting Wednesday evening.
After the business meeting
Robert Orr will show a film Flits quality foods 11..wid. low prlcf one!
featuring "Central America friendly service twUl Us suitoniir cwfldtiu I I
and Mexico," which have cur. I
rentlv been in the news, and
ehould be of great interest to
all.The rricsi/ Effective Fslfwrf 20 Tkm F.l arj 22 SAVE lit BLUE BAY LIGHT MEAT

plans for civic the future association betterment has Rlgta RiwvaJ Chunk Tuna 5 :: $100
Qsantfty
of the City and these will be .
discussed at the
meeting.
SAVE 17< lRAVOCorned
All members are urged to

attend this important meeting r Beef 3: ",: goo /


SAVE et SJIVER flOSS

Lockard To Give Sauerkraut I t t Na2l5W UmJtTw! 15c

Shells CourseENGLEWOOD ( V jR ft SAVE ec THRIFTY MAID
Na2ViGa
d Sweet Potatoes Ltdttew 17' I
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David I : fir u.w .
Lcckard, retired naval officer ,
end expert conchologlst, will SAVE lie -UBBY'S GARDEN
:. direct a four-week course. in ffi-
T Sweet Peas 2 35'SAVE
Conchology Recreation for the Englewood .
;:. Council ( A:
The classes. will open at 2 17c CRACKIN GOOD
p.m, tomorrow (Friday) at '
Orange Street Recreation Hall. m MI Jumbo Pies 3 :.? $100
:. A fee of 25 cents will be donated -; .
: to the Englewood Museum ;, r SAVE 5-CRACKIN'GOOD

;; Fund.Lockard'a. ___
private shell col.' Treats 5(
lection has been termed one of Crispy .TT.2.: : *
the most valuable in the state.
-+ DIXIE DARLING RAISiN DIXIE DARLING fRUIT FIUED! I
His tour of duty with the Navy
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look him into moot. of the great ...oo. '
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: -29' 39MlnirAlVw
: Bread Buns.
:::
I ports of the world and his col.: .
MCtion has been greatly aug-

i = topic by these of this travels.course The $ "w LYKES SUGAR CREEK SMOKED

however, will be shells foundon 7 Street,
the beaches on the Florida JAnI" .."
West Coast. His Instructionswill 'IaITI( 6 to Sib A
Include the proper way to ONLY vg.

identify and qualify local ""re,", Per Pound
shells CMRYINe rase PICNICS 29
Membership in the class has
been limited to 30 and the 'rmrJJ1lJdJU1 lrNINll', $
Chamber of Commerce reportsit 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS WHOLE
has been entirely filled. At rIM Ma.wWn end IhrNAINN.r
!least 25 additional people attempted 10 Di
to join the group on Asplrie taro w'21 I v"
'
Monday but had to be turned O"' Ch 1"" .W.iNDD
U.S. CHOICE BEEF
s a"'ay. "Mil ONI "I cunoMU
,. ,..
will eNN y.u Ih.h- "U
Monday mark the quart.
erly meeting of the recreation TARNOW'S EXTRA VALUE RIMMED

office council of It Dr.will Wade be H.held Williamson at the r/lhW7f11J rlt r I Wlm\ ; SEW"' Bono In CHUCK

South Elm Street. IOOEXTu.rOPVALUESTAMPS Wieners
h
Members of the council Include .Mi" Ihfc Mur ud MM pwdiiM
Mrs. L. N. Shining, Business DcafImtintCoHM .w
y N Rocist
and Professional Worn. *,? $134 n Pkg.n /C
en's Club L. O. Gillette, Nat-
; 04 wlr Kwk CUk I Wm-VI! '"ItwM
ional Association of Retired lien. owl rn CUIIOMHCM
Civil Employes; Thomas E. c. _>..V.M_tfcrSO -"_0I !
McDonough, Boy Scouts of tl: mJm.r. ln I l\WYltnm\

America Girl Scouts; Mrs.of America Clifford; Mrs.Hill rJJ.N.mNJ.l.u I f rJ
G. F. Smith, Lemon Bay Worn EXTRA TOP VALUE III'4 9
en's Club and Dr. G D. Suds _...."..,...04....rynMN.I
daby, Englewood Chamber of S laULTII'aI14l l1
Commerce. I' ,,:''a 57c
Also, Ace<< Sklolvig, West e.i4 wly era Chib 1 .,. Fit, $ 99 ( VALUE TRIMMED
:JC..Yd4Th.h'"n J-;;: :
Charlotte County Civic Association stein' ONI Fill
; John White, Sarasota ",. P otatoes 10 < %. a Rib Steaks 7BCXT
Abe County C Kennedy Civic Association, representingthe and I {mmJ''fnmYJ'fmr'mlfmrIJ.Ul.lU: mUlUUm. ga; 59 yaw r

Rotary Club and the American FANCY GRIN TENDER SWEtT A VALUE TRIMMED IUPI

Legion 50 vUk EXTRA ohio n.TOP.M*VALUE*4 riu f..STAMPS......01 Plate
Goan', Pack Cabbage 5 5c- Carrots a Z R 19 FRESH BUTT Stew13
I 39
Nlpiinl250 h9ose: Pork .
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1
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MEAT VALUES
C.....Y.14 rh..h hbwry II Roast ,
wfJmmlm"frlfi111NmtJ''I //NORTON FROZSK Ii0AT

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( S+Rshury i N t

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III. Francs (D 0 s

I"c.1 BrsMlid Shrimp. ':: $Il9IIMII I" TASTE 0' SEA .OZENfERCH.. fROZE RITE OLD FASHION.. e

: e.d..hxrach.aawa..al.usiwa. ONI. Ile CUtTOMU Fillets 2 tin,.. 89c Bread 3 (*.", 49c PiE AfiarywlafeM Per
Ceo'"" Void thr.nh hbractil C
DIXIE THRIFTY FROZEN ORANGE CHUN kING FROZEN 49

1>>1J.'fi1B1.r.tJL. _@ Juice 4 t* 1GO Chow Mein Pki. 59c ( I llltS Pound

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SO EXTRA... TOP....VALUE.. ..STAMPS........ c"39c
*Pel-Hitr Frozen Mw r Fruit Pies Lads 29c I Ice Milk I Hall GaL 39 Steak 149c

PlaSheU12P.1178, .
.1...4 Mly. Kwlk Ckrt t WIDl.li Itam LENTEN. SPECIALS VAN HOLTEN'S
twit ONI are CUITOf'H
Want vacation without irritation t"H*V.W ThiMfh Nkra.T tt TASTE y< SEA HEAf 6 St-RVt PERCH OR TASTE O SEA HEAT a SERVE Snuerk .39
? Then, let ut do your move taut
for Household furnitureor Haddock Gold'NCsnOL
ing office you.equipment-our sere lI! t't'U'\(!\' \\\\I(\(\( ( -65' Wht1.35c COPEIAND'S SECRET SEASONED roll BOLt

ice will pltaie. Moderate ratal. I I I OEXTRATOPVALUESTAMPS WI eIsu. ..,.'.......01 WISCONSIN MED. CHEDDAR WISCONSIN DRICKMUNSTERCaraw/Ay/ Margarine Sousa A

THINK OFIII .aL,1IIn.D rf..dd. 'Fraitn 59 I" Cheese .. 65 Cheese .. 69 4Ls.='00 SARASOTA I.49c

seal oMli. -N Ili tR run"w J; PAlMETTO FARM COLE SLAW, MACARONI OR BRAND CORNED!


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FEBRUARY 20, 1964
THE VENICE GONDOLIER I PASS NVENTY.T14REE


;1-U.S.. Generosity Reaps Insults ... -



4 i Rp JAMES A. HALEY the young embassy aide (him. the kind of plo who bite e '
111 self a pe the out the old checkbook and witlessly Y r
,' have been witnessing re- stood up Negro against incidentally the mob) who hand that feeds them, presumptively pursue purchased friend a 4p
W. and
in
".i fitly rulU another of it foreign policy kept Stars it and from Stripes desecrating The the they will be fed the more.hope Unfortunately that- ship.The time has come (it came I II'

.i "lbe largely on the theory involved here la newspaper this is no Isolated at. long ago, in fact) )for discarding .
. based friendship can be bought an independent not_ lust titude on the part of those who this type of foreign policy.
. Im referring to what i. hap. Nkrumah'g organ it is have been the recipients over The time has come I repeat,
. I Tin Ghana. an African piece principal mouth 'she years of the 'lavish handauU for us to develop and stand
pe mni -emergent" largely be- The we have made In the foursquare behind a foreign
.... a.dOll outpouringlnf Ghanian Times has been name ol "mutual security." I policy based on what is best o y
of I generous venemous and irrational I
in
paM American dollars in ltO-CaU. extreme In its the At this very moment, for InStance 'or the United States, not on
vindication
01 of what is Vest for other nations.YOU .
rutu aid. this American, Emerson Play, we are fighting an interminable
exchange for this eeneroe.J er, aa a Judas for having war in Vietnam,
kept
111 r,fit Ire getting InsulU. and his own flag flying. What kind with helicopters and the lives I'
,ore from the Ghanian of people are these what and welfare of American boys UN, DEFEND ON ---
p/'flident knunah'* Soviet. kind of man I is Kwem Nkr. and men. for a people who revile A SIAM TO .tl YOU --- --
rile dlctatorahlp haa offer.dJlfrtunct.ory mob, when such vituperative us. We woo a man named nCM' IN A UUMV.ANO
apoloill.. for the tommyrot Is allowed to Ben Belle glorifying him as YOU CM CBTIO!!) OH'
treent Indllllititl perpetratcd"alns In Accra's tightly-controlled: : appear the liberator of his people, and THESE ARE "WAYOUT" SAVINGS
lbe United Stain in press? he goes home and says he is DICK&h4EA GNSPHARMACY : : R
iceri, \his capital I think the answer la fairly a friend of the Soviet; Union. t
But the apologies were followed obvious. The Ghanians at The French, who twice hare for everyone in your family! You'll enjoy/ the/ ease of
in a matter of hour, bye I least as represented by the been lifted h? American lives
Ticious newspaper attack on mrumah administration are and blood from beneath the TO f U YouaPSISCRIPTIONS shopping of our "ONF-STOP" Shopping Center where
crushing boot of the German IM A courtesy and efficiency combine to make yours a
Army, still take HURRY!
1 United Church Fund Campaign but thumb their our notes money-at us TNtrstRIuARSIToo 1. pleasant trip while offering you service
while Charles de Gaulle makes t $

Venice Unitfi friends with Communist China. ::' THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Members fthe calling on the members from Pakistan accepts our money
Church are hold. Sarasota to Englewood and for airports, then uses it to rw 8m
week of meetings before Venice East. build .
h a a road to Communist ,
"""""
-- _
building; When they "" ""7 ""' "
\see first Sxtunday have completed China Nehru turns a cold faceto 11
Mijn if !launched their calls they will report back us when ",e ask for friends,
with visits to the homes of to the Auditing Committee at but when the Chinese his
cross e.
members and friends of the the Recreation Center, under border he screams: for help LU WANE MAGIC TURBANAS THE TERRACE R SHOP
church by 37 male canvassers. the chairmanship of J. Herbert and we send !t. '
The canvassers are under Hamilton. Sunday evening at And what do do*
so we
(the direction of Roy Timm of 8 o'clock the members will for one thing we sail\ wheat, Well to SEEN ON TV SPECIAL LADIES' A-LINE SKIRTS

partmeniNof:; Y.Church, from Finance success gather for of the the report on, the Russia to keep the Reds from Reg. $4.98 Sizes 8 to 20
campaign to
starving while they devote Regular $1
Service of the Division make

Advisory of Church Extension of the building, on possible the five immediate and one. to their destroy efforts us to And finding for another ways. I Value ...................................... 87(
REDUCED TO '! PRICETHURSDAY
half
of Homeland Ministries acre
Board site the church pur we let the Kremlin's agent,
of the United Church of Christ. chased sometime ago at the Castro, run a Cuban school for .
Ladies of the church have comer of Shamrock Boulevardand saboteurs and revolutionaries F F. W WOOLWORTH .
teen balding three afternoon Tuxedo Road in Venice trained to turn Latin American FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

campaign muting this director week with and the the Gardens 230 members The church in its now first has 18 And, governments of course we against still whip ua. Ir_ _................ .. A' __ ,... .Hr "tIf

an to do the canvassing are months --- PERMANENT
each evening. Most
tinting
meetings are in the Community SOQS GENERAL @. ELECTRIC
Room of the Venice officeof SHE C(. CP RETTYMOTOROLA FLOWERS & FOLIAGE

!(tie First Federal Savings & NEW YORK CAP( ) Being a
\Loin AMD. of Sarasota. Goalor
cry-baby is
{ the drive is $35.000. new for actress a profitable bust STEAM AND
Nancy Baker
At the church service Sunday S9.95 EISS'VENICE
morning in Venice Gar. She flair for accidentally whimpers discovereda and bawling DRY IRON ..,."""............ by
low Recreation Center the
on a TV show several years
canvassers will be comrnis- sgo since! then has been called
sinned la a special ceremony on to howl and sob on more SALES i DE SEAR'S' SHOPPING CENTER
> I
conducted by the minister, Dr.. than 100 video programs and SERVICE
E. Robert Chable. The
mornirf 200 radio
assignments. plus PHONE: 488-4874 VENICE, FLORIDA
message will be given by several! stage plays SEC THE BEAUTIFUL 1 1964 TV AND STEREO .
,M,. Timm. Following the .tr. Miss Baker is now part of et the Tri-City Home Show, Feb. 26-29 I -.r. "
Itt the canvassers will be the Broadway drama "Tele- 318 W. Venice Ave
the Served church luncheon before by ladies of machus Clay," providing soundeffects Gulf The.ter Bldg. Phone 488-6332 GOLD MEDALPlain I SPECIALThurs.
they begin for the her as a child.
----- ., FrI., Sat., Feb. 20, 21, 22



WATERYIEW WATERFRONT FLOUR or Self-Rising P E:: 39* AND TROUSERS With PRESSED Cleaning CLEANED..of....Any......Other........Garment... 29*


(Limit I Please) DAY SERVICEWOLFER'S'


I $3680 $5940 PUBLIXCHAMOIS ONE HOUR "MARTINIZING"


T" ''IIOiIur-- -_......._ P't: _
LOTS 100 150 FEET

BETWEEN SARASOTA AND VENICE x ON INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY S & II GREEN STAMPS '

7'/" MILES SO. OF GULF GATE 4 MILES NORTH OF VENICE .


HIGH and DRY! Value SINCVNffg
SSAnASOTA $1.98

So Close to the Gulf C MISTS For .. .... .. .. $1.59
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You Can .\
Hear the Surf + CPIEEN

Roll In. ID'"" vi ADAMS & HOUSER HDWE, INC STAMPS


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QI1tr4lfe l THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
;
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GARDEN AUTO CENTERTHE


LIGGETT DRUG CO, INC.

t 1'1 VENICE AREA'S MOST
.
III. ._ .
CONVENIENT AND MODERN

MEN'S' SOCKS LAUNDRAMATWHITEAKER'S


'Iho w ':'tt KOIN KLEENOpen
it t Values to $1
6711

Sized and Stretch................ A WeekTHURSDAY.
24 Hours A Day 7 Days

;

1_ BEALL'S' DEPT STORE


: Chooe your own builder! One of Florida1 finest central! water system under i
The feast boating and fiMnq" around the peninsula of construction.

Sorrento Shorn Terms are available, :
Dr' he brand four-tane I highway "South ,pt
T ;r.miT.it.; . 'nine new miles to Sorrento Shore a Four model hornet for your i inspection j gs

beautiful waterfront penintula. Pick up a brochure and Twenty-sii homes completed more under construction DON PULLEN'S 4


.A look nd Urge Boet around.tract Dodo has been dedicated for Community Center 1964 MODELS OPEN isr H lees a p t Y+ iwT t c cCE



A 20 MINUTE DRIVE THROUGH PROPERTY WILL CONVINCE YOU BARBER SHOP TEf ,


SALES OFFICE OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. PHONE VENICE 488.5027
Sundays 2 'Til 6 P oM. ............- .. --,"'- p

,

C. E. PITTS THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY



SORRENTO SHORESA FREE COLOR RINSEWhen l le e _


Short Drive South of Saraiota en U.S. 41 (Timiaml Trail) You Get A Shampoo And Set l1.

On the Gulf tide of the Trail bordering the Inhco.sf.1: Waferway a

CENTER BEAUTY SALON

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FEBRUARY 20 r964
PAGE TWENTY.FOUR THE VENICE r GONDOLIER _
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. Venice East Sponsors Homemaker Champ I Venice Area Church Directory Diary' Opens 4-Day


A South County representative en and who will win the title compete Free entry blanks
in the contest for Sarasota of Mrs Venice East will go I may be obtained at Venice
VKNITB ASSEMBLY Of GOD BKVENTR DAT ADVENTISTP..Te.llKsdN.dR.01:
!County champion homemakerwill I to Miami to compete for the East the Venice Area Chamber rnlM Rr-W., .t Meet Arm
be selected March 6 at Mrs. Florida title. Mrs. Florida of Commerce, the Engle- KIT. Victor M.u....., Pule !oIulco..'.. PI*. Run Next Wednesday"The
.... .... .
I Venire East holder of the fran- will represent the state in RMdw & 10:00: m.m.Mornln 1'. lee., I 0..t.e.d..tod.e .
wood Chamber of Commerceand Wonhlp 11,00 ... I 10 m.m. 1"41.
chile to conduct competitionhere the Mrs. America pageant at E...,.. Bprvto" fW( BM.Wxlnmlw. Pnv.r 80..,... f ISO Tu.d.r ranlni
in behalf of Mrs. America St Petersburg April 2-12. Publlx and BeaU's Department Prmrw M_.a. liM ..... Diary of Anne Frank," I has worked with ProvinoetownMa es workshop productions and

Inc. All! married women 21 years Store In the Venice NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE fourth Venice Little Theatre ( .) Hal Players, Lake backstage experience
The homemaker to be chow 'of age and over are eligible to Shopping Center. VENICE-NOKOMIS METHODISTCHUHLH CHURCHES' production of the season, will George (N. Y.) Gaslight Village Ralph] Thomas male lead tr
Pita AOTIM A P.liurttl... 4M1S1SrMMANVKL FIRST PRESBYTERIAN' CHURCH fourdayrun Opera House, the Asolo this season's "Everybody
for
Wednesday
.. Q.nnuslte C..e open a
I 11' .hlp lobo..Lew.b.a I.,.10'.d r II p,.. '1'...... I. P...... 00MI.0.,. at the VLT playhouse Theatre Comedy: Festival.West Loves Opal," was a newcomer
::. I".d.p 11100 .... wo..h'p' 0.5,1esCh1Me' The dramatized by Virginia Historical to the Venice Little Thcau
l7aeeh &h00t.. ... a.M0.dMO .. Ct.. Mid daulas.o.NV play,
Adult France Goodrich and Albert Drama A 'Ift. and was for two group last fallKenneth
1'.11I F.IM.sbM" I..N pa :"': :-.
Hackett and starring Susan years on the resident staff of Walker; a vthraa'
LtTKnAN CRITKrH TIIINrrT MVTHODIST CHURCH Strasburg during its Broadwayrun Pittsburgh Playhouse of VLT
.., plays,
10* S. T. ... Tnril 4M4D4IPutnr many carried
Thot R... ftolM L B.". OmmnnllT >nt.r was taken from the Anne Fin Green, VLT president the male lead in "Light
ninrrk Bchooll lilt, .... AKa A. Roldnrr. Mlni.lcr Frank diary which dealt with has directed acted and servedon this Up
..... Bendy1140 a.s.. Warship' Strrlr The Sky" season Kath
WonhlBI 10>M well
as
o. as
families VLT committees
the story of two Jewish leen Brannon appeared in
two
"' EPISCOPAL MISSION who took refuge from the directed for VHS and Milwaukee -
LAKERIDI LUTHERAN CHURCH of the three plays
---
: --.. ... .. Slim_ School plays She : presenter]
;; I Ml Boutk US. .1Tho At Nazi regime for three yearsIn High this by the
:
"""<" \ .. year newly formed
.
R. MeMi H. Mrr 4M-M04 P tor Mad Vies Venice in 1D54 from
loft in Amsterdam to
Wonhlp BurrlM. 10,10 .... Bandy ":0:) a.. Wonhlp Sorrlol. a factory cam VHS Jesters, a dramatic club
Sundu School, t'II .... Holland. Paris, France. She holds a doc Tim Waidelich is making his
Bibl' dm.. Sill *.!.. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ellen Parks Sarasota High tor's degree from Marquette Initial
M. B......... BI... School student, will play the University appearance behind the
ST PIES CHURCH OP CRallT, Tin .... Ch.... K. Culhtartoon.H' .. direct footlights.
lead role Mike will In
1SEA1 aCIENTIOT .UUr.Swdvl Cappe Rhodes has been active
-_ M W.t VralM Aunt t......, fltindw School.lltOO and Seymour Smith is in VLT for several :years, and --'RU. ..
YNIe.PNd. a., Wonhlp. Sonic* charge of sets, sound and the male lead in theIroup' -
.. played
..
IIonIooo II as5Daly ONO Tonnf P v>
aah.t II .... MM.OI00p.m. lights. production of "DeskSet" EUerdlnk' 01 Osprey:
Wed..d. a .. O.e0 So-plea.. John Erich Sarasota High
5004105' 5,0..p.10.... a 0 pa. d.lI! 11'- 1.00 p.... M14-.h P55e School in 1962.: I IOCIOOO Liquidation Sale
YAH SURE! WE BANE HAFF A SAIL 000050 500d.5.. sod hott04..d PH.a..0.ssu teacher will play the Gerl Becker appeared In this
-- ,.... Paa part of Anne Frank' father. season's production of "Light UP TO 49'% OFF

CHURCH OP TUB NAZARENB Fifi Green Is taking the part of Up The Sky" and Claire
CRACK METHODIST CHVBCH Booth Vonlc' the mother. Other in the cast Stone's VLT experience includ r IIlll! il

of 6piece DANISH STYLE LIVING ROOM GROUP OoriMT....of Mite P0lsod DrPurt D..Tta. J..0.E.M t of Aidmn.Jnnetto.MlBburPhoMI 41 Mid m are Larry Rhodes, a businessman

11'_. 0..1. Sse .... 4WI001Snwhw ; Gerl Becker, the busi '
Sndw School, 0:10, .... School. OtP nn.Mornliw nessman's wife! Claire Stone !5e Rosjdenttal 5ftes
....
WorphH ttfrif lilt .,
Wonhlp. 1 >0 asToatb
M. T. P. 540p.n.Bibi. ....1... ..10 p.m.Prmlnt a young Dutch friend; Ralph
St.dr., Tilt p.a.. WooIaoodap. Borrtco. flM p.... Thomas a kind.hearted older "
t. NOW $169.00i Wodimdir..,. MoMlDl, tiM .... Dutch friend of the Jewish

CATHOI 1CcmmcH families; Kenneth Walker, a
or THE EPIPRANT CALVARY REPORMtm CHURCH dentist in hiding with the
Drl. ..d Strum Stnrt rtORIOA'S
North Hirtor or VENICE GARDEIII HISTORIC GASPARIUA SOUND
Trbebon.. 4M-2711: Frank family: and Venice High SON .
.
,- Rt to. ..., Gnrn W. 0s.al.e.PY.M .. 101 IU.. North rr.nk J Burn. Bhe>..Drrr.Thx .. PirtorSiiBdtr School students Kathleen Bran- AND THE GUlf OF MEXC4T't )
0 t :tr..y50aswtsAaawep
rMixhiM School. .:41 *..m.Mornlnf non and Tim Waldelich, who
110 iWlnter
nnilw TiM .... 0.DO ...... 10,10 .-.. Wonhlpl 11 MO ,.... .. make their first appearancewith
Omr.-l Snwrtw 4,SO M I.Mm. Community Hrmnlni f tlO p VLT
.ml 0:00, to 1.10 p.m as daughter and son t
of the
SL aApRAJlL'II CHURCH families.
V1NIC6-NOKOMH PRESBYTERIAN 0" ENGUlWOOD: Tickets are on sale Monday:

CHURCH D..M A. BowtaS4I It&1ft.. ..,.. Conm W. Cnmmlnn.. | through Friday: at Venice-No-
.. lllnktrr Th. Hi.lto V..... Mm liOO pda -(.... komis Bank from 10 a.m. until P?
TdcvttofMI. .MS-IMI HolT 7 An WOO.MP*, School RtrrlM.i4 Son4.fl-m- S,M ..., & ... MOM House from 1pm. until 4 p. ,; J 4
REGULARLY r.lbw kip Hmlll 11 .-., Cwdn 5.500 m., and at the theatre box office

BASSOTT SOFA . $12400 aYe.. CONGRrGATIONAIXIHRtS'nAMEVANOELICAU AND REFORMED for the four show nights.All ', h fTAd r

BASSOTT CHAIR 4400 SAINT MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Th. .... K. Rohvt Cnablo Pk.D. seats are reserved. Tickets

2 STEP TABLES ., 6000 ? al.... "* Sorrenton krlnf. MlnlitorSmin h.ld Mnponrilp .hi DM I IV are $%. Curtain time is 8:30:

4 2 TABLE LAMPS 1800 .... -Donit Dotn Swrieor P.t_ RwtorSunday ...m.".Bod.nC1eM G rdcn __ .. eo... at II p.rn.Mis. Park' theater experience

k 1.>* sow Hnlr. Omnmiinlo School with 0 cuuuwi for all includes apprenticeship :

$248.00 K ( IdO .... Ttmlti 1'..,.. Wonhlp. s......- HoraliK .nm, RoromUoa newt UN Cmur adult. Adult 01_ cl>.>4l* I am,41a to the Warsaw Ind., Wagon-
I:M ..... Adult Blhl. &ad, .*. .... at anni. of Cipt. and Mra Rah wheel Playhouse and parts in
Oiurck School mond H KnlKhl KM Bhamroell. 81.... Manatee Players "The Music
.... n4
IIM Monlnc' Pnnr V.itM Gardena,
THESE PIECES HAVE -'_ "The Man" and as Helen Keller" in
Miracle
SOUTH VENICE BAPTIST CHAPEL | Worker.
Reversible Foam. Zipered Cushion SIRS BAPTIST CHURCH Or VENICCRlrhtH B.mo, Dr Ok Endnrood. Rd. Krlch came to the area recently

Walnut Finish Frames and Step Tablet' -., School.R.1:41:Uord.. tWorahl >Putor. Rrr. Arthur tvhoot." M I.,4t Bpllln,am8.rrK \ .. FwlorOnnd.T : from Pittsburgh. He
9-TTK* lliOO ..!.. of worship IllOO am.VENICB was graduated from Baldwin

MADE IN U.S.A. NOT AN IRON CURTAIN IMPORT Tnlnlnc Rrrfilnc' .Unhm...rta." *. .11 M.10 p.p.. Wallace College in speech and
Wwlnwovr Pmi. M". ... 1400 ..... BIBLE CHURCH theatre work and has his master 8 TL
--------- ---- 170 S. Tamiaml Trail
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Th.* rUt. B. P. Bleh....., PaitorPumur of fine arts from Yale Uni- !
IDhelpl..0" Ctirl.t &_ I to am.Sunday versity School of Drama. He
... .. AraBu.FMor Ervonlnc Brrvloa t:,10 tm.Prarrr .
YNI
iwonta' Tonpl. <
TS R... G. M. FMTTSundw and Bible Rode, 111* P...
VE FURNITURE CO. INC. .
WednoldwWonhip
School. U: tot
....
W..h,... I* t.m Srrrlc" H,W Parking SpacesAt


-'" 1734 S. Tamlami! Trail Williamson Goes To Eye SeminarWPWlr High SchoolYou'll

ed utilizing tissue sent from
17 YEARS OF GOOD SERVICE! ice Dr.Ophthalmologist Douglas Williamson, the Venice Branch Eye Bank. need a decal to parkat 6
I' February has been designated Venice High School begin /
ed in an Eye Seminar :
at the University: of Florida ven\\ Eye Bank Month and it is ning Monday. ...
p',1.,1, marled-NO HIDDEN DECORATOR FEES partment of urged to pledge :your eyes BO Four parking lots are being
that others have their lined out, with seniors given pFlorida.
Gainesville. the may
Among $! beautiful
I ents discussed were two whose I sight restored. the privilege of parking immediately
: in front of the school
Dr. Williamson
sight had been recently: restor- reports more bestlliiiagfnv
building. The will
than 30,000 people are on the faculty parkto
waiting list for this type of ope I the west of the school; Juniors -_.
Sophomores and Fresh -
ration. Pledge forms and a

rJ Ir wallet card are available from men the will north.park across the streetto Ftorttti before reioitf...bGrbn tanbd and

the Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers crowded beaches...
Quad If lush beautiful !lazy-warm end
a student commits a traf-
at Venice HospitaL fic violation he'll lose his quiet If*ttil very much that way at Cape }lama. bat
parking decal. Which with modern touches to add to your enjoyment.) Exclusive
means : ,yet not expensive,this lovely community has
he'll have
to leave his
4 car at
a private Gulf Beach large and
swimming pool
4S
home
and walk to school.
cabana clubhouse: private Gun Club for skeet and
City Chief John Shockey: and trap shooting, paved and throbbed roods and central
members of his police force water system. A paradise for bathers boat fS'and
PARcr e.. are helping the student council sportsmen..Just 6 miles from Boca Grande fine
.
4 paint the parking lines for the tarpon fishing and golf facilities. Seclusion without

tl1 newly designated parking Isolation..the perfect locale for your home hi

l areas norida.Two4hM*acre residential sites tram $3500.'

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NEW YORK AP
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to be about 30 entertainment "
I" BUTTON features at the 19S4 sow 0 P. a BFI drY I'IariIIo 1 rIaolola

wI World' Fair, but one of themwon't 41 -'" ..n N u. e..a
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Costs are cited as the cause W. II G4 N.w
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Babe's Plumbing Co. Plans for presenting a series 41 p:;,'H. .-711 ... c...

44.it HOLES! Lighted! Driving Range Open 9 ajn. till ? Radio 4S8-2402 Equipped- 488-Tracks 5282 of concert considered at an and outdoor dramatic as mall an alterna-are attractions being A .".".-


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path to your door. Does it apply to a robot too? If so, then Chicago' Marc Berman
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oin Club Sets Exhibit Date 1 Senicr Citizens

Potluck Dinner
", Venice Area Coin and tlans were made for the portion of the trucks and crew employed by R. L Anderson, Inc standing before
:, Club held its regular first Venice Coin Show and Ex.
houses offices.
? the new building that a large showroom and
-'"/meeting Wednesday, hibit The committee in chargeof Mrs. Violet Mitchell in 1 In
1 12 in the community room the show Is headed by R. W. charge! of the Venice Area Senior -
i' Sarasota Federal Sav- Ritter and includes E. Walter Citizens first potluck din.
,*and Loan, In the absence Haig<, Ronald Reed and Larry ner of the Reason Wednesdayat
*president F. W Doug. McIntosh The show which 12:30 p.m. at Venice Civic
VIet President Larry Me- ,will bt open to the public will Center.
presided at the meeting 'be held instead of the March Those attending are request. ANDERSON
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regular meeting on Wednea- ed to bring a covered dish and
,roll, call showed 48 pres.to :day, March 11, from 7:30: p.m. their own table service. Mrs I
Three new members INC.
the club are Mrs. Mary I until 10:00:room p m of in the the Venice community Mitchell Information.may be telephonedfor
Tanner and W
'er son,Mrs.Roy Morrison whoen branch< and, Sarasota Loan. Federal Savings New officers will be electedat
In Venice at her home the group's business meet. .
}Oil Drive, Is from Hunt. The lucky winner of the 1D63 set for March at 1 30 '
ing : p.
She is also U. S. Proof set was Abe Man 205 E. BASE AVE. VENICE
W. Va a
in '- ,
del, making him a two-time m. at the Civic Center -
,her of the Huntington Coin '
'. I winner as he also won the set All senior citizens in the area J_ I
i at the January meeting are invited to both functions.
ler is from Warrensvfllehti ____ ,
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the Euclid Ohio, Coin ;;-- i I We invite you fo stop in and see our new offices

,it The the Hellers Worm are vacation.Mineral NOW IS THE TIMETO ., and showrooms all/ part of our recent expansion I

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t Un fuests V. Martin present of were Frank.Mr LAWNSHRUBBERY 4 ,'\ ,' I ''J ,I We hops you will visit our booth at The TRI-CITY I

Kr,, H. McKrell, Allegha- HOME SHOW on February 26 thru February 29 of the
*, Al Smith of Nokomis, l
;Jackson Adelaid Mueller Swift of of Venice Noko-, CITRUS TREESWITH 'ti:! I i, ,; I Ringling/ Winter Quarters.

and Mrs. Frank Roebuck I 4
mice, Mrs. Russell Estle OUR V.C. 666 FERTILIZER i j We will nave a complete display of all our CARRIER

"nice, Gardens Mrs R. W Ritter. "Especially Mixed For This Area With f -4 products.
mice and Genii "
S. Newton, a regular All Secondaries Added!"
i risitor to Venice.
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although costume
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY tyty.
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.._M,.. W. ....1rtO ... Sir. ledla raMo>.*and MHAn. Mrs ft. d. KM.

...701.Do.bk.. R. 10.r. 0'w' hit ad Mn. x W, a Mi Tat.*...Hamr".... Uwram *"< ?Vands. ; "\
WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK Scores JI..N....... 1t- 'lob. I 1II...to. .Halaraar, .
IrIdn ( '' .
I Bridge VOftIoo r.GnhW;r*.. it ,". 1... Millar 11' .. aOuA.a
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NORTH1rOU'rN1Mrs ... R. V. Jlan,""" 1M" .. ..
an' M. Wolf ,
Teens To See World's Fair ,... II B. Hold. ad c. at a. I. .,
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Eager Soda IM4I II..... r.K III* lri'" l-Mra Naaton.:
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NORTHSOUTHRirnaM IH .... KORTH-OOOTK 1111' |_Mr Natas. and"i. NS4.Mra, Hut >_ ,*. IF-Mr.SolaodiltuM Bam 41... ... Me, .....

1_. rrodniu ..4 A. O. I-Mra, .. M Oarlock aod T. M. IIAS1'.WF.IIT: and. Sir'. Earl ....... 555.M .
.t-Mm Cut.pb.ll.. Carter IOIVt H.rnGot!. tJf*X._.Hill ilL ri Carl Ha ra h, "1701.' ,. I. B. lIIomo and B.rnatdFades. a5llt I a 4
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But Many Doubt They'll Make It ,--J L. .H K. MlllrrINS Hill: and 'Harrr,, Rrlmw' 1'1.,. -UeK... ......* Brldf and ... Bag and .NK5M' _loa. .INOltTHIIOUTH WIld, 5504' Elferdluk'l of Oipr r
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a[ 1an.. B. N. Gould and. Mn. J. J. PvMla. 1S7H
r\"JT\ 551 t.. 4-Mm.. Kl:_or Sdaohllan, wdMra. I-III. end. Mrs, x N 0-14.. 1ee%\ I $100,000 Liquidation Sale I
WFe 11414. ..
Mar Rama. .
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B ECGENE GILBERT ... a-Mn and 1W. I
; l-Alex 0." .it' W. Penna. RAaT-Wa5T UP TO 49% OFF
sad Mira
President, I--M.... Clam Ctrlton and 101... L V. I-Mra. Ixmll J. VnrtJ. and Mra.I I-M."" _. 1.'.V.. FF1 1.
Plturan' Hi' 0. x Cats In.
Gilbert Youth tcsearch, Inr. S-Mn. H. F. Wllra u4 W. Prior. -Mra. Corrla Ora/f and II'". L W. 1-l .Hra IIJAS1'WF.IIT 0.' R. ,....... arrf ?. ...
4-n.: : J H. llnrrto ..4 OoL VhiamtPlvon IIrl.k.II. 1
Young people across the .*.
country are looking forward Brldi. 8MJU.. Mmdw. Fit II,
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eagerly to the New York NORTH-lIOlJTH f .

World Fair opening this I-M... Ruth Saraa a4 T M.oh. .
spring 4 ._. ,II.M' '
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t .ad. 1. E. Rnl 45.Mrs. COMPLETE
J '- '" SoroJa Pipe
Ninety-one per cent of the !-! 0. R. CoM ad II.. W.
1210 teen-egers interviewed In T...,... ea14. I FACILITIES !

our latest survey say they're I-!Mr.EAST.WrBT: and Mn: Frank Hallnnm .>i. UNDER ONE ROOF.
interested in seeing the Fair, l 5-Nn. Lrlla Double and Mra W.
although only 58 per cent thinkthey'll eaiab' lO.t.: .
,
j/ a-n.e. 1".11. 11..11.00, N14
actually get to go. Brides ....,.. ,.....,. Pak 11.
The boys are more confident tA.a aa w Some or" oar jerr/cei For yo.tr

of attending than the gl-ls. 1-Mr.NORTH.anUTH and Mra. R. K OcnM. H7V4I Needs/
Eighty-three per cent of the -!Mra. T. A. ,..,.,.. ..d Dr. R. T.Wllen Personaand Buttnett
young men think they'll get to 1ST.S .
-!Mra. Carter Harrlam anj c... L. H.
CHECKS
attend, but only 44 per cent of Millar, III. FREE IMPRINTED
the girls are planning the trip '_111... W K. Roldn and Go. X.t. .
to New York. l rr Nxrtcm. IlL Uteri 01 Credit
P 4-S-CoL: Ira WIMW wad 11-- Aufo and Mobil Home financing!
The World Fair as might Rhanreld ilL

be expected holds greater F.A.1'.WESTIMI... I.ar Janes sad W. Friar Bank Drafts Mortgage Loots
appeal for them than state and h< .
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local expositions. Only 26 percent slhI hMn.0., R. Br7UIt ad Mark Banking By Mail Mortgage, Not and Mac. CoIteeRons
F.n 515
usually attend their state t-Mm. Mark fcran and AI Jonrnaar Night Depository
fair and only 43 per cent turn I.. 110. SIlliness Loans
1-1\1.. sad. ten. W. Rho"_. 105%.
out for the local fair I 7 W.-ak Club. Thaadn. ,... 11 C Cashiers Checks, Gift Checks, and Personal Loan
If the young people's expectations ....
come anywhere near NORTH-SOUTHI Money Orders Qualified Depositary for
-Mra. Carter Harrlao sad Can.fald
true, the New York Fair will Rt I. H. Millar, III'". Chri.rmas Club Aecowih Federal Tues
have a larger teen attendancethan w R-M.rou. & sad Laa B.
the one in Seattle, since s I-Dr Pillars: R. 115.F. Vllm and Col Vln- Collateral Loam Regular Checlmg Account
only three per cent of the boys amt Dl>on, 555
and girls visited the West + m 1 .-.R.na N. lea.FARawrar Conld. .s 1'B rurd Pnad.nd Consumer Financing Safe Deposit.
Coast exposition -
Those who did attend the I' I-lf.! I. W. Kimball.. M.... Hurry Escrows Savings Accounts
symbol of the Fair and are to see it.
I M TEENS KNOW about the unUphere, eager!: larn. 5N.
Seattle with Fair the were space most needle.impressed I.-Mim.Maria Gthrl, 121.Uoriaol and M.... /. R. P.8-LA. Tit!. I loans Securities

Interested in attend era! other supported Margie me," says Jane Collcns, 17, of .--Aln Gait and W. BnnM, ItOU.
Seventy-nine percent of the they were
4Mra. C. R. Bryant sad II,. K. F. Foreign Remittances and Wire Special Checking AccountsTraveler
of New York City, Worcester, Mass.
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girls say this was their favorite ing the World's Fair, many Mayleas Wll..... Ill
exhibit. Other attractions were teens agreed with Chris Bos- who wants to visit the Fair "to The science exhibits and projects Transfers Checks
the people and the foreign pa. trow, 19, of Minneapolis, Minn., see the achievements of people attract Benny Wiley, 15,
villions. who says, "It would be a very all over the world." of Bawling Green, Ky. O 011)) When asked to explain why educational experience" SevTHEY'RE Some said the Fair would be I Those who said they did not Ir-
a unique experience which want to visit the Fair general.
shouldn be missed, and others ly indicated they couldn't expect BANKING FREE AMPLE PARKING
stressed its value as a look to go anyway, and so WE ALWAYS ADOPTMOOfRNMeTHOMveUBET
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They agreed with Imelda A WO SO, AS TIME RAISES, ui an opportunity MY
THE WONDERFUL "The and the advertisements history of the aboutit Fair Hum, 18, of Evansville, Ind., THE BETTER NATIONAL BANK of Venice are here to give you f. t. safe, efficient and
who said, "It will be too faraway WEtt
make it sound interesting to confidential tervic ... -
to even think about at -,
AURORAmotor
tending."

Woman's Club There were a few teens who '
modeling followed the reasoning of Dirk HKStMHAMt ::1 ggj HUSTMUHrrCt

RACING SETS Bazaar Feb. 26 Freeman, 14 of Torrance, |
Call "It would be a bore, and FIRST nATIOnAL onnK OF VEnuE
Announcement of the Vel ce. too much money," he said. li

Nokomis Woman's Club annual VINICI t lp nOUOAPlymouthValiant
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/ \ bazaar on Feb. 28 and introduction Tnsi'r I v
of Mrs Archie Wood as anew E'wood Rebekahs e.
member were made at the YOUR HO/04f-CWNfD Mf
luncheon meeting of the club Plan Socials *.M.,.. iIIiiiIt

ACCESSORIESIN Wednesday of last week.

Mrs. Fergus Hunter presidedand ENGLEWOOD A large
Mrs. Lewis Eaton was in delegation from Lemon Bay
HO SCALE charge of decoration.. Ninety Rebekah Lodge No. 80 and
CARS RAILROAD CROSSINGS members and guests were from the Odd Fellows attended
TRACE, CURVED & STRAIGHT present. the funeral of member Her
e SCALE MODEL GRAND STANDS Entertainment was providedby man Paulsen, last Saturday.
GUARD RAIL TRESSEL & POST SETS Miss Rosaline Zoccano, lyric Nobel Grand Blanche Dolbee
soprano, and William Pos- presided at the regular Thursday
TOYTOWN no, tenor, who sang several romantic night meeting of the Re
duets. in keeping with bekahs at which plans were
I the luncheon Valentine theme. completed for the card partyto
260 Tamiamt" S. Phone 488-2310
They were accompanied by be held Feb. 22 In the IOOF
Marvin Tiehaara.ffo'i Hall, Englewood Road, with Dealers aren't just lucky. .
door and table prizes as wellas

a home-made donation of refreshmentsfor 60 cents they've got a better car to sell-/ ,

This will be followed Feb. 23 e j
with a ham dinner from 2 to 4
p.m. for which the tickets are :t
$1.SO. Reservations may be
made by calling 474-2525. VALIANT


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D NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE
-Gerald Duke, Venice horticulturist
was guest speaker s
at Tuesday's meeting of the I .
Men's Garden Club of North
Port Charlotte.He .
discussed "Plant Care
and Maintenance in the North
Port Charlotte Area" answer-
ing many questions in the
minds of garden-conscious new i

residents.Duke, a graduate of the University I

of Florida, has spec
ialized in ornamentals and anu.an55 M t o"
has been a landscape garden
er since 1946. In addition to his
academic background in his \
chosen field, he Is doubly familiar "7a
with Florida gardening
since he Js a native of the Sunshine

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Osprey OracleBy Baptist Youths


: I BETTY KAIFFMAV Choose Banquet This is famous Miami interior designer a

Do you suppose the day has com when a spotlight will be
" Unsay turned upon the Osprey area? Every)' dog has his day
tots, ana Osprey to quote win, has been a IOrte"nomsn's 'Star Starlet' George llarwat.
I rf land" heretofore, lying between Venice and Sara. Vl.f I
ota, This little village Is coming to life again aster: the
pro-
J tinged construction Job on U.s. 41 and the outlook has lie Miss Patty Cheek and James :
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been brighter for the possibilto -- Linderman were chosen starlet He usually decorates homes
I of Osprey becoming the hub This Is the first time that and star by popular secret ,
of Sarasota Cop ty. the writer baa ever attempt.. vote at the First Baptist "'
ed to formulate) a regular Church "Evening of Stars"

''I The new Osprey Post Office, column for a publication so banquet for the intermediate costing $50,000 and
. \under construction will be I am in hopes I can do Jim. and young peoples' departments up.
Mol Lice to all
finished and ready for occu- concerned. Thereare Friday evening.
sometime In March. many good people In Osprey David Goodman, master of
parry facility will be modern and son very nice ceremonies, led the group In
Thus well-equipped and able to things are being done here song and games. Valentin i--
and efficient service to every. and I can't help but belbve boxes of candy went to the
give The census of the area is Osprey will com Into Its own winners in the competitions i i
oni.In the off-season and bal. in the very near future. Ik Roberts, Training Union
850 to 2,000 during the winter I would ask that everyone director gave the invocation
loons In the Osprey area pleas and Ronald Mitchell led in the
eason. -0- call me with news for the singing of choruses and hymns.
column and I win be more Miss Cheek was presented
The permanent residents are than glad to write It ap. with a box of candy and cor- rrtfil' ;
poliguing to the many wln- Church news, personal news, sage. Linderman received a
eV visitors about the absenceof business news, recreation boutonniere and a box of
the dock which was demolished news, political news, school candy.A r
in one of the last storms. news, service news and eol.Ie..e quartet composed of Richard -
It if to be replaced by news about our :young Belgian, Duane Curry,
county\ but for some reasonthe people aU will be most _l- Charles Anderson and George!!
tug well-used old landmark come. AraII aad The Rev R. R.
hoe been delayed in its rehabilitation. Can 968! .!H5 or If you sere Lloyd entertained with vocal
Trailerites especially to mail It to Box (32, Osprey numbers. The message of the
who come to Osprey every Fla., I will be most happy evening was by The Rev. William
year miss the pleasures of to reeelv it. Self, pastor of West Brad-
dock fishing and sunning on -0- enton Baptist Church.Veterans .
beautiful Osprey Bay
Osprey Bay is probably or* My elght.year.o1d came over
et the most beautiful bodies of to my rocker the other day and
later In these parts and perhaps said with his eye as big as WarnedOn
on \the West Coast of Flor saucers, "Mother, Osprey
Ida must be a pretty good town.
.0- It is the name of a bird and it
Home LoansRufus
sounds Just like 'Us PravV*
desirable business
Many" very j
So, on that note of childlike
have recently located In
the Osprey area. In town we simplicity and faith, I will H. Wilson, Managerof
dose for this time. the Veterans Administration
row have the Aril Gray Art r,
Studio and Gallery. At the St. Petersburg Regional Office,
has a word of caution to veterans 1e
outskirts of
southern the vil-
loge we have the Caribbean VFW Auxiliary who may own homes fo'
guaranteed under the VA'sloan
Manufacturing! Company (shell ;z s
work), late of the Sarasota- Leaders Feted guaranty program. a dr r
Wilson stated such veteran
any i
Bradenton Airport. In future
columns we shall interviewthe Mrs. Clarence Kroener of who may be considering
people who operate these Colonial Lane Nokomls enter. disposal of his house shouldbe
businesses and their crafts tamed the officers of Pert: 8113 extremely careful to protecthis
manship. Veterans of Foreign Wars Aux future financial situation.
-om iliary at an evening party at Merely selling his GI home w'r
moor home on Feb. 12. does not relieve the veteranof
Osprey: Recreation Assn. Mrs. Kroener is Auxiliary his liability to the Veterans
wy active in the furthering of Administration Wilson said. A
president
youth activities in the area, is number of coons have arisen
headed by Joseph LaFrance Honorees were presentedwith where the veteran sold his t
this year. Joe is one of those! badges of appreciation for home, the buyer defaulted on
fellows who gathers little fellow their service to the group. the loan resulting in forecloe.
to him by the droves- He They were: Mrs. Donald ure, leaving a deficiency for
never seems to tire of directing Smith senior vice-president; which the veteran is liable to
Yet he
loving and helping boys many Mrs. Palmer Haymes, 'junior the VA. decorated these new Port Charlotte
!numbers in addition: to his vice-president: Mrs. H. D. Miler The veteran may be releasedof
ova two boys. conductress; Mrs. Harold his liability provided certain
-o- Girard chaplain; Mrs. Ken. things are done before he disposes
Richard LaGasse Is rice neth Wood treasurer; Mrs. of his home. If his loanIs homes. (The most expensive one costs 11575.)
president of the Gulf Little Clara Niemcheck. guard; Mrs. current the purchaser obligates
vfaye Rasmussen trustee, and himself by contract to
League in Venice. The Osprey .
- members of the Mrs Kenneth Norwood secretary purchase his property and assume -
earns art
Venice Gulf League Seventy liability the purchasersatisfies "I like the freedom of space in these

boys attended the first practice the VA he is a good
session at the Osprey Recreation National League third base- credit risk, the veteran can obtain -
Park last Saturday. Osprey men were led by Milwaukee'sEd a release of his liability, "
has two Little League Mathews last season He provided the holder of his homes Mr. Harwat said. ;
Teams the Osprey Recreation made only 13 errors in 121 mortgage and the VA both ,
and the Osprey Merchants games. agree. I
The Senior League of 13 to 15- -
year-olds is sponsored by residents ,e. r.- - -.' .. ji
of Casey Key. This team
is the Casey Key Pirates. keep 1 -
-overran : away weeds

Bass took five 4.01Soya
from his Community 4-H for 1-2 i
dub to the Florida State Fair : years
to Tampa last Saturday. They i
area newly formed group and with one application i
all came back tired but with
stars in their eye and some I I
food Ideas about their own exhibits I .sine 1I THE SUNFISH-$7,990 5 $249 down, only $49 per month THE TARPON-$10,250 e $350 dm, only $65 per month
ia the Sarasota
Fair la March. County buys this beautiful 1 bedroom, 1 bath home. GlaM Jalousie windows Two bedrooms, X bath screened porch, carport. Triple width jalousie
I II with screen, marble window a>lla, terrazso floors, complete modern windows in living room make living bright and airy. Cross ventilation
.0- I kitchen, 30-gallon gas water heater, beautiful landscaped lot with 2 in bedroom Factory finished kitchen cabinets, marble window sills
For the safety of the travelers shad tree and twelve ahrubs are just a few of the quality feature landscaped lot with solid aod both front and aid., two shad tr.- '
u well as for the residents t I 'tnoorponUd.in this" lovely, "home (Carport' and screened porch. optional." ) and twelve shrubs.. A beautiful example of Florida. indoor. ,outdoor living..a .
01( Osprey Ills understood that t ,
a speed limit through the village t I I
will be set soon. To this I I
end, the citizens of the areaway
be called upon to support 1 ,_ __ I
this action. At least 45 m.p.h. 1 i Is tilt easy way to destroy weeds in I .

*it being being requested moon preferable.'nit with 35III.P.II 1 TRIOX patios brick walks, driveways, etc. I

writer has heard several 1 Get rid of weeds which spoil the appearance of your I

residents on the of other absence areas of adequate remark .- 1 patio driveway brick walks, garden paths eta TRIOX I

limits on the triffic 1 not only kills weeds, it makes soil! barren, preventing I
through Osprey. plant growth from 1 to 2 years. Follow label directions I k e._ ..
--. 1 and cautions.
The Osprey Baptist Church 1 THE EGRET $11,575 5 $375 down, only $74 a month THE SAILFISH-$9,990 a $340 down and $63 per month
VENICE SEED & FEED STORE :
his a kindergarten this year Two bedrooms 1 bath screened porch and carport. Concrete block Two bedrooms, 1 bath. Concrete block construction, gas wall heater,
and it has proved to be a very 1 lie Complete Gardtn Ctnrer24S and stucco contraction, aluminum awning windows with screens,large factory finished cabinets formica sink top Bias jalousie windows with
wccessful undertaking Mrs. W. Miami/ / /.-... Venice ?e... Phone 4SS-34S7 1 kitchen with storage room (storage room ia easily used! u a pantry), screens marble window sills, 30-gallon water heater, landscaped lot
"Jna Rex is in charge of the 0 marble window sills, gas wall bettor. factory finished kitchen cabinets, with solid aod front and sides, two shade trees and twelve shrubs. The
pre-schoolers on a 8 to 12, -- ass--------msaa-r formica topped sink Undamped lot with tree and ihruba. Honda after our moat upensiv* homes and provides truly
.very regular school day basis living at Its finest i:=:: ra-t. ooet.(Screened porch and carport optional)


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Freedom of spec is I what you'll find in the** any decorating problem you might hare. Come ""0T"
THE WORLD'S LARGEST f new Port Charlotte homes. Freedom to move, out to Port Charlotte this week-end. See these s MgklaeaAtorn \

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DIRECT SALES ORGANIZATION your favorite furniture shall be arranged. The you're at Port Charlotte, take a look around; 4L

four new home models you sea above are being you'll sea even more shopping and recreational 4
shown for the first time February 22 at Port facilities, more community services and activities ep sea
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also to show what inspired his unique interior residents live then. n e

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depending en the aloe of dittributonriip, 5 e meet George Harwat in person.

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ELECTrnC14LOutboard Club Overbrook GardensBy Ex-Hoofer Makes Swap:: :



dinner !MART E. KROCPA Show Biz For Food Biz I

dance of Venlce-Nokomis Out Our I'mpathcae.. out to Mrs. John J. Cruenbaum and
MAINTENANCE for their loss of husband and
CONSTRUCTION board Club will be held Saturday family of 1149 Bayshore Drive
father who died Saturday afternoon of a heart attack while
LIGHTING SUPPLIES at Deckhouse Restaurant fighting a grass fire near their home. A son, Oliver H. Gruen- ENGLEWOOD Jim
Cocktail will be served at baum of Lakewood, Calif, and daughter, Mrs. T. C. (Lucille) Paris, genial manager and
8:30: and dinner at 7.30: p.m. Crum of Tacoma Park Md- are here for the funeral and to be bartender at the Bay Vista
ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. with with their mother. Restaurant and Cocktail
Eve Acheson and her Combo and to Introduce her sister. Lounge, brings a wealth of experience

his & Coctrffl Streets Phone 488.6794 will play for dancing after Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Salt Is ra- -o- Noble to his establishment.
.. dinner. tertaining as a houseguest, Mr. and Mrs. Frank"hostess"to Jim spent 13 years as head
Reservations, which should Mrs. Salt's sister, Mrs. Elea. were members the "host"of and the "Sewing bartender at Adrian Cotter's,

READ AND USE THE GONDOLIER be made by thus evening, maybe nor McCoughey of Akron, Ohio. Circle" Club last Saturday an exclusive suburb restaurant of Berkley.in the
Mrs. Salt invited few neigh Detroit
a
made by calling Fredus with buffet supperat
for
Evening a The was responsible
war
CLASSIFIED ADS bors in for tea last Saturday I
Bode or Harley Cauvreau- afternoon for a get-together their home on Neptune breaking up Jim's chosen profession. -
Drive- The ladies of the club
and his twinbrother -
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....r1 II I had their husbands a* the hon Mike, made up a comedy
ored guests. Those attending dance team which seemed des
were. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph tined to attain great heights In
Mr. and Mrs A. J. t r
Robbms show biz. But when Jim an-
INTRODUCING Gospcters, Mr and Mrs. How. swered the call to colors In
, ard VanHem, Mr. and Mrs A. 1942, the team which had won
: J. Masin, Mr. and Mrs Horace acclaim all over the United 'ti:
Krider, Mr. and Mrs. James States and Europe was dissolved
Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Tom _
1 1 Bohon, Mrs. Dorothy Fischer, He left the service In Sep-
I : j ne Fred Cromwell, Mr. and Mrs. ttmber, 1945, determined to .,
Wesley Bennett and their find another field of endeavor. viuM.
guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. Seeing Double .a rkt
Pierce of Zion, Illinois. Ham Even so, the Perry Twins,
and all kinds of salads, one known ,
I as Jim and Mike were
r Y better than the other, cake and professionally, joined forces
coffee were served. again and worked for the well-
4 I -o- known Detroit departmentstore
i Mr and Mrs. George Mavle-- J. L. Hudson ..ellingmen'
I ben and son Mike visited Mrs.Mayleben's .
shoes and suits. They
uncle and aunt, both also worked at Cotters.
AlII
._ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Strachan In
With the twins behind the bar, I JIM PARIS! I
DAVID S. LIEBSCHUTZ LUKE RICHARDSON WILLIAM R. HARRIS DONOVAN SIBLEY St. Petersburg from Friday to many a customer might have
President Sale Manager Office Manage Service Manage Sunday. felt he was seeing double and guessers would be confused.The Key.In.
-o- indeed he wall! Mike and Jim combination typical boy meets girt
.... The Englewood "Button and The twins literally stumpedthe broke up however In 1961 fashion, romance blossomedand
," Bows" Square Dance Club met experts when they appeared when Mike came to Fort Lau- Leeanna became a bride.
r- ,11'/" Sunday evening at the Lemon on "What's My Line" in derdale with Jordan Marsh. Salad Bar Popular
Bay School for their annual 1958 With the panel blindfold. North Too Cold The Bay Vista caters to pen.pie .
meeting to elect officers.
new who enjoy good food at
ed and with both boys answer-
eih They are as follows: A. J. Jim and his charming wife, reasonable pricesThey ran
Ing the questions, it's easy to
Masin, president Vaughn Teressa, too bad a to leave
v' ( ; see that even the best of the yen serve parties up to 200 and ad.
Nighawander, vice president; the frozen northland and when vise reservations if the party
Mrs Don Green secretary, the opportunity presented Itself exceeds six persons. A daily
and Mrs. Clark N. WhitcombJr. to invest in the Bay Vista, they feature of their dinners Is the
i.J.KENNETH ., treasurer The directors Saturday CardsScheduled were elated. salad bar, so popular with all
i are Ray Binder Peter Bru- Jim Is a native of Chicago; their customers.
baker, Leonard Gold Clarence Teressa is from Champaign. The restaurant Is open from
__ .' ? Green, Howard McGillivray In VGA Urbana, 111. She was a legal noon 'til ::5 p.m. for lunches and
KENNETH WELCH CHARLES COWAN WILLIAM BURCHETTE BOB :ARBUCKLE and the past president, Charles secretary in the twin cities and short orders: from 5 'til 9 P.
? Salesmen/ Salesman/ Salesman Salesman Bernordo Jr., was also electedto after the war when they wentto m. for dinners on weekday
be a director. The club 7:30: p-m public dessert Detroit she was employedby ] On Sundays they serve from
meets every Saturday eveningat card party is being sponsored the Wayne-Oakland Bank in noon until 8 p.m. The bar also
REpRESEjrriNu209 YEARS BUSINESS EXPERIENCEWe the Lemon Bay School for Saturday at Venice Gardens Berkley.Jim opens at noon and closes at 2
dances. the
square Recreation Center by is assisted at the bar by
to the South a.m.The
Ladies Auxiliary
their delightful daughter, Lee- expert chefs, Ralph
cordially solicit your business for NEW CARS, USED CARS or ANY Water Hook-ups Venice Department.Area Volunteer Fire anna. Leeanna came to FlorIda Wade and Hal Dow, have come
Miss Farisl but that
as to Florida from Cape Cod and
SERVICE you miqht need on your present car. Urged In E'wood Guests of their may choice play the and card door situation soon changed. She are completely proficient In

You'll get the best service, the best price and above all, the most ENGLEWOOD Officials of and games table prizes will be award. met Louis Vignolles an ex- the preparation of sea food
Marine who was visiting his and steaks, well
as
as other
the Englewood Water Districtare ed. There will be a 75 cents do-
courteous treatment
anywhere. aunt and uncle,. Mr.
urging residents who have nation.Reservations. and Mrs. items on the large and varied
Dick Kuenneke of
Manasota
menu.
50,000 MILES OR 5 YEARS WARRANTY paid for installation of water may be made
meters to have hookups madeat
by calling Mrs. Walter Smith,
once. general chairman, or Mrs, Punta I
Gorcla Isles
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT Records of the water district Alice Scott, ticket chairman. Apts.
reveal tome customers have '
Proceeds will go toward the
not yet placed their meters in
use. However, they will be subject purchase of a two-way radio Are 'Something Different' |
to a minimum charge of for department tnicks.Richard .
1550 SOUTH W A VENICE $3,00 per month, required 30
days after the meters have B. Keating, State PUNTA GORDA ISLESTheIsles FM radio antenna.
V V been installed. Beverage Director, says the Apartments, now under The two-story apartment
TAMIAMI TRAIL PHONE 488-6745 This minimum charge provides state is nearly $2.' million construction at Punta Gorda buildings feature stone veneers
the user with 5000 gal. ahead of last year in cigarette Isles, will provide a distinctive redwood accents, color

Iotw__ "" _-.d: -'LIIc.-1'-L: : ; .,. ::L![,....____ ...now .-- Ions of water. and beverage tax collections. I sum 12-unit for garden type condomin ful panels on aluminum rail-
those of discrlmating ings and professional landscaping .
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"1<" .. taste. to add "that touch of something
Located on the shimmering different.


1964 Venice Parade Of Homes will waters Harbor contain space,of each delightful 812 with one-bedroom sq.110 ftof Charlotte sq. ft.unit enclosed of Historical Tea


private screened terrace. The

.... two-bedroom units will contain Slated
SundayThe
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r. r- r0 I 1,150 sq. ft. plus the screenedarea

t:. with each apartment designed Fifth Annual Membership
to open directly toward Tea of the Sarasota Coun
I Ia" the harbor so the residents ty Historical Society will beheld
I You are cordially Invit. may unobstructedly feast Sunday at the W T Rob-
'L t their eyes on the marine pano arts home in Sarasota.
'. ed to Inspect the 3rd Annual rama. Tea will be served by Mrt
_a, Completely equipped electric Homer Hebb, chairman of the
VENICE PARADE OFt kitchens have been arranged affair, assisted by Mrs Ralph
for maxium efficiency, with all Longley who is in charge of
appliances, even to an electriccan the Hostess Committee and
t ra' j HOMES, where sir new opener and equipped for Mrs. Ed Corrigan who Is in
the installation of clothes charge of the refreshments
I. model homes offer you the washer and dryer. However, Mrs. W. T, Robarts is the official
coin-operated washers and dry. hostess.
,. finest in design plus all the ers are available on each floor Also assisting is Miss Cindy:
A central ice machine will provide Hebb, Miss Sandy Freeman,
1w.:: ,, special features that spell cubes.a constant .supply of ice Miss JoAnn Anderson, Mus
: Doris Anderson and Mrs. Joseph
and fine Florida All apartments are Individually Curry.
THE MARTINIQUE by Chester A. Mayer efficiency THE MAUBU by. AI Welch airconditioned with re The affair, one of the high
verse-cycle heat pumps and lights of the Historical Sect
living. the bathrooms have infra-red .
ety' activities
from
C t" will be
heat ceilings.lamps recessed into the J:30 p.m. to 4:30: p.m. and is
,> ) open to the public. All residents '
Telephone
% ; outlets are provided and visitors Invited.
These homes are clas f in the kitchen and bathroom The Robarts home are is at 3338

4b sic examples of how mucha each Is of equipped each apartment with a central and- Old Road Oak just Road east off of Siesta the Siesta Key

all-channel television and Key Bridge.

home can offer and stay ,


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