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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 24, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00175
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE INLET STUMP PASS af"J'41 CONTENTS

Feb 24 1:07: pm 5:10am- 2:09: pm 5:48: am < J43 4j9' OBITUARIES ........ ........... PAGE 2

9:19: pm 3:21: pm 10:21: pm 4:00: pm 1 GENERAL NEWS ........ ....... .. .. PAGE 3

Feb. 25 llTpm10:18pm: 5:55 4:32: am : 11:20 2:19: pm 8:33: am EDITORIAL ... .................. .. ., PAGE 8
: : pm : pm 5:10: pm (,
Feb 28 1:28: pmll:09pm 6:31: am 2:28: pm 7:09: am6:0flpm SOCIETY ... ... ....... .... .. PAGES 7, 8, 9

: 5:28: pm : CLASSIFIED . .......... .. ... ... .. PAGE 11

Feb 27 1:28: pm 7:02: am 12:11: am 7:45: am AREA SPORTS .... .. .. ... ... ? PAGE 12

ll:58pm: 6:17pm228pm: ; 6:55: pm NEWS AND FEATURES .. .. PAGES 13-18

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida's West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis( Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte

OL 20, NO. 16 18 PAGES_ MEMBER: ) THIS ASSOCIATED TRESS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1964 VENICE, FLORIDA MEMBER: FLORIDA PRESS: ASSOCIATION i'RICE-IC carts-




Enter $4,500 Contest ; We're Sporting 30 Per Cent Water Rate Increase





hate In Cash Prizes New MakeUpBy To Be Voted On BV Council Tuesday


The GONDOLIER has officially put before the men and women of this area one of thei LudlowWith

.t opportunities to win anew automobile or its cost that hat ever been placed before'We

,, : of ent hat 1 been of made of. a $4,500 Subscription Contest, In which $2482.50Custom this Issue, your GONDOLIER ---..II By EARL AVMANN
ana. Is The New Water Rates At A Glance
wearing a brand Wafer
I inert in the City of Venice; will !begin! at
Special two.door sedan or cost, $500 in cash, a $500 U, S. Savings Bond or its new make-up. It's Tempo paying
least
1 $$259.95 Frigidaire mobile dish washer,. a $209.95 General Electric air conditioner, and by Ludlow. (A) Inside City Limits: I IChar. I a 30 per cent higher water bill neat month under e" I

rl timated a S750OO In cash bonuses and commissions will ba awarded on a fair basil of vote I A Ludlow Typograph machine .. P. I ordinance Council prepared. for Introducing at tomorrow night' City .

ndih; "i issued;; ; to people who enU ing in this area are eligible to strings or catches attached to I and a has new been family installed of the Motor. Minimum Gtlnno For Ch.r.M. <;.1100... P. Over M. Gb Nin.6u. ,. I meeting.More than 1,250 customer of the city water works are affected f--

ha contest NOW and FREE use enter The GONDOLIER'S contest this contest offer. It Is a I popular, easier to read !4' t 3 ;O Mmin"m'3,000 Nat.39 7,000 PI:3: 'oOO [ by the proposed hike In addition, torn !ISO of those
time" gathering 500 Every possible safeguard straightforward propos 11 i ion. will be billed at
? i Tempo family of type acquired I" users a slightly
T It! COUPONS from people will be thrown around those I And it is fully outlined in the I to "dress up" the 8 6.50 11,000 .39 .30,30 higher minimum charge baaed the city limits a minimum
alb .1by who enter to make fairness the I 17/ $ 13.00 10,000 .39 I chare of $4 90 instead of *.
GONDOLIER contest announcement. There prv
,911 t The ; : paper and to make the ads 2" 20.80 16,000 .39 ,30 on the size meter used.It .
main feature There :: ent $4 00. These charge allow
and renewal are no (Continued on page ) :
b, securing new more attractive 3" 39.00: 30,000: :.39 ,30 is anticipated that the new minimum ot
ijieriptinns.to I The new machine and 4" $ 65.00 50,000 .39 ,30 I ordinance, amending the pres- I a of water swage per rnontr.3.000> week has been desig- type replaces the system 6" $130.00 100,000 .39 ,30 ent ordinance to include these The
:! I approximately 1 150 users
"ENTRY WEEK" in formerly In use whereby I higher rates, will be introduced -
ri si I II inside the city affected by> the
Several head on most news stories I at tomorrow night's regular -
coni est. people rein meter differential would pay
?. Venice and nearby and some of the advertisingtype (B) Outside City Limits: I council meeting and at : an increased graduated scale

'ai havn been invited to en. had to be hand-set. Cbsee.. Ice G.la least passed on first reading I of prices based on the size of
but the, may not do it. I Instead of using the old Motor SI.. Minimum (CIIor. Gall". far Minimum ever Mlolmum Meter DifferentialThe the meter being used insteadof
; man or woman more I hand-set type over and over %" $ 4.90 3,000 .49 new schedule of rates I the $3.00 minimum charge
ii err it ye.irs of age residing new head and ad type I" $ 8.13 5,000 .49 will provide that the approximately at present. For example, those
I
will be set In hot metal by 11 16.25 .49 1,100 present residents
Southern Sarasota County or 8 10,000 using a one-inch meter will paya
ir the county: line In Char- 3)J I the Ludlow. With each onetime 2" S 26.00 16,000 .49 inside the city limits using minimum of $6.50 for whichhe
county is eligible to en- use, the metal Is tossed 3" 8 48.75 30,000 .49 / three-quarter inch meters is allowed 5,000 gallons a
hit few will do it. Nearly ;I back into the melting pot for 4" S 81.2S 50,000 .49 J would pay a minimum chargeof month; a one-and-one-half inch
of them will think that of new type for 6" $162,50 100,000 .49 $3.90 instead of the present meter will pay a minimum of

..dwdi of others will enter, : each Issue.Some ".. ". _. $3.00 and those living outsideEmsOlympic $13 for which he is allowed
ads In this and nextThursday's
I that they wouldn't stand I 10,000 gallons a month; two-
lance, Issue were made inch meters will pay a mini.
Can't Lose R up with the old hand type Swim Star mum of $20.80 for which he is
before the
new Ludlow :
I entitled to 16,000 gallons; three
To win one of the prizes or equipment arrived I last
inch will
meters pay a mini.
handsome sum in cash
I1
week. After the "
Thursday
commissions does a mum of $39 for which he is en-
uses! or J
new type will be used In all
titled to
'--- i ii 30,000 gallons; four.
require super-effort, ex- t
I ads and you'll see the
..ordinary ability or the ex- inch meters will pay a mini.
difference "They're Faster Today'By mum of $65 with an allowanceof
of thin dime
iditure a ono I
part of those who enter the j | Improve This Is your one GONDOLIER more step to, 50.000( gallons a month; and
six-inch meters a minimum of
't rt.Ul I (the only newspaper printed _._ .. $130 with minimum allow
--- - a
] who enter will i{ according to the rules. f
by South Countless "There are so many young
( Outside
e only way to lose is to stay --- Users
for South Countians. swimmers today doing such
ot/ the contest, put off en. 1 I '. I marvelous time."' The meter charge for water
mf from day to day or i That's the opinion of George! users outside the city limits
... that you couldn't win if \ Fissler, formerly of Long Is- ire increased proportionately.

did enter. W/iTJIA./I t RegistrationFor land, now retired and takinglife nq The increase in water bills for
hese larger meter will
f users
TK winners of this contest easy with his attractivewife 1
1 be the people who won't'rexcuses \ I at Pointe Whitecap Apartments ., not be as large as they may
for I NN appear at first nler, the ones being who/ unable have VotersSouth velopment, the Just Bob off Hamilton Tarpon Center de-- t \ all are allowed a far greater

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mfidrnce, initiative and Road. (Continued on page 3))
quit enough time. Such '" tee County voters will be And he's one man who should
Till 1> are few and far be- "'""' ,';; ,. given an opportunity to register know, for Fissler-in his time,

a. They are not plentiful "y !:""' for the May 5 primary in a few years ago-was one of Mouse Roars
the average community. If { >> 11- I IiI their own areas under a sched- the scant few top swimmers in
M ire one of them, you .. to l ule of visitations announced by. the United States and a mem- For SeniorsDo i'
'' ld come forward and make ; Mrs. Virginia Meade, supervisor ber of the U. S. Olympic swim
'
Jnelf known. This is "con. .r Po : of registration for Sarasota team at the 1932 Olympic vP riy; xm n g4D you believe a mouse
t entry week." Since the an- County. in Tokyo.
.. games can roar?
,.
fflcement appeared not .i ," Clerks from the county of- Fissler' contemporaries Included You will be able to see for
ugh' have entered to take .M. fice will register voters from Olympic champions and !March 4-7 at the
.. jL ,_ .. yourself, ,
prizes offered. You can en- -- --- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at four different later film stars Johnny Weiss- I Venire Little Theater, where
DOW and win the grand FRUSTRATION Seems as though there'd be at least one locations in the South muller, whom he defeated in the Senior Class play, "The
wLle: around for lifeguard like Vicki Walters to rescue dates win the world's back I
ie others hesitate. It'sions boy a pert County on the following : 1927 to Mouse That Roared," will
that counts in this con- -which probably accounts for the n-year-old' pensive ex- March 19 Nokomis fire. stroke championship and Buster be presented.The .
', not thoughts of action. pressten. Vicki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Walters, house. Crabbe, a colleague on the i seniors are working
Everyone Safeguarded 112 Field Ave., E., Venice, is a senior at Venice High School. March 20 Venice Civic 1932 Olympic swim team. hard to make this, their final
nljr men and women resid (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob ObeiKTorf) Center. He was, in fact with Crabbe effort of the
Fissler, former world champion money-making
when the latter made his Initial WATER BUG George
March 23 Englewood Recreation screen test for the title role in backstroke swimming titleholder end a member of the 1932 1963-64 school, year, a sue-

Center. "The Lion Man." Crabbe later U.S. Olympic swim team, displays two of the many trophieshe cess
Page Set For Gala Opening March 24 North Port Charlotte appeared in many other motion won in swimming events back in the 1920s and 1930s. The The costume committee also .
city hall. pictures demonstrating his mounted scroll held by Fissler was awarded to him for win reportedly has been working
Mrs. Meade also announcedthat swimming prowess, and wenton ning second place in the 200-meter relay event at the 1932 day and night preparing
the county registration of- to become a favorite with Olympic games in Tokyo. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Dillon) authentic costumes for the

fice sota in will the be counthouse open Wednesday at Sara youngsters of a !generation or was national swimming champion They were the ones who refus. production.Tickets for the comedy will r

P// First Jri-City Exhibition evening, Feb. 26, from 7 to 9 Gordon two ago film as the series star of a Flash in 1933. He also took time I ed to obey rders. They tried I be available soon from any

o'clock for the benefit of voters out during World War II to (Continued on page 3) member of the senior rliss.
whose Jobs prevent daytime TamanWelssmuller serve with the U.S. Coast
\U set for a gala Wednesday> Larry Rhodes, Ralph Wolfer, the show will feature free entertainment registration. as nearlyeveryone .f Guard, where he was assigned !
raoon opening at the Ring- Harry Raby, Richard Fletch. five times daily, The county registration/ also knows, starred as to teach swimming. His pupils Start Savings These Coupons
; circus arena is the Ven- er, Frank Sovereign and Jack including a hand balancing] act will be open Tuesdays and Tarzan in several filmed ver- were Coast Guardsmen and .
rea's annual Tri-City E. Riehl. by Howard Merrill staging two Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m., sions of the popular Edgar Rice Spars, the USCG's wartime
11e Show and Industrial Ex- The No-Vel Post color guard performances a day, and pupils all during March. Burroughs classics.] women's auxiliary. Will l Be In
it on. will include Legionnaires Roger from the Earl Adkinson Fissler, who was 26 years of "It's a cinch to learn to They Every Paper .

[,lcomng! visitors to the Sanborn, Robert Sanborn, School of Dance at Sarasota in age when he took part in the swim," said Fissler in a
vat 2:30;: p.m. opening cere- : Wagner Eskelinen and Paul two shows daily.A 1932 Olympics, decided against double-page spread about his
Mi fo'Iowing': n' parade I Sanders. The Shrine Club will! hair style show will be pre Funds Offered swimming as a career in favorof revolutionary teaching techniques They Help Win The Prizes!
ndownvwn, Venice will be be represented by the presi- sented at 8:30: p.m. daily by a Job with the New York in the now-defunct Col

Wr Smvth D. Brohard and dent, Earl D. Edge.FourDay area cosmotologists and beauticians Hospital NOTHillBurton City engineering which he retired departmentfrom two lier's magazine. "All you haveto These coupon! count toward winning the 1964 Ford and
cut of oil r7 Brea dignitaries. Run and a special style show do is trust your instructorand other prize offered in the $4,500 Subscription Contest. You
assistant city en-
Taking part in the ceremon- Produced by S. M. (Jim) by Lillian's Shops of Engle- years .ago as do what he tells you. Half can enter the contest and turn them in to your own credit or
gineer.He
wficuiy opening i the fourexhibit Jimison, the show will run for wood will be an extra Saturday to my class can swim after the who enters If enter the
continued, however, can credit them to tome one you
will night attraction. of five thous- you
be members of four days, Wednesday through first lesson. Out
swim competitively with the friends to clip and save these for
Venice City Council, direc- Saturday, from 2 p.m to 10 Kicking off the big home The $150,000 federal grant New York Athletic Club and and, I've had only six failures. contest, get your coupons
i and officials of the spon- p.m daily. .Besides displays, (Continued on page 2)) offered to Venice Hospital in you. They help win._ CLIP HERE
InC Venice Area Chamber matching funds for its construction I
Commerce, the color guard Ir program was not Hill- AquariumAt -
Council Against
\
NoVel American Legion Burton money, the GONDO-
i"'D. and the Venice Shrine Venice 37 Years AgoThcre've LIER learned Wednesday C d0d t..$ 0 eo $P'61\O _tve6$(I. ()t.Ir .

Wlmmers M.C. Ii Been ChangesWhat administrator Kenneth A., Dahl said all hospital Hill- City Beach Raymond ;

Busier of ceremonies for the Burton funds allocated to Florida FREE VOTE
,I opening of the show at have been completely exhausted Ir
rrirt suits which look like Council President E, S. .the proposed marine aquarium J '
w.nter ouarters of I did Venice look like Ing for 1964-65, with no City to o $4,500 Subscription Contest Good
cling sacks buildings which told Venice I could net the city revenue
; Bros and Barnum & 37 years ago? meal more available until ID68. (Bill) Raymond
'try' Combined Shows will I Not quite as It Is today, still are part of the city's Dahl said the $150,000 fed- Jaycees that the council has develop public facilities beach along and rec-the : 500 FREE VOTESI oi

H N. (Bud) Wimmers Ven- but there were a lot of life eral grant, on which the hos- turned thumbs down on a pro-I reation 5,000-foot strip of airport hereby cast 500 FREE CREDITS to the
sal estate broker and long. thins around then you'd There's a picture of one pital board of directors has not posal by a group

.,earea resident. Dr. E. Rob- I still recognize today. Councilman II, N. Wimmers, yet acted, would be from a establishing a marine aquar- I beachfront.The offer. made to the city, of ... .... .... .... ..... ............. .... ....

liable United pastor Church of of the Christ Ven- week The acquired GONDOLIER a copy of last the who as a lad was as just he Is as today handsome at 39. fund ment: earmarked or development for improve of diagnostic ium Raymond's at the city assertion beach. was according to Brohard's an- :<1 ADDRESS .... ........ ............. ... ........ ono :
for an annual
City I'deliver the Invocation Venice NEWS of Friday, We have this found rare someone edition to In and theraputic facilities made meeting at the the Jaycees'day before Feb- nouncement rental ,to was be paid for the f Cast by .. .. ......... ........ ....... ... ... ....
,
C'unci] slick encase also couldbe
members said the ruary
1927. It's on He money
parP1t1n
3
June based on a percentage when neatly clipped, with name .o
time property This
In Brohard
>l in the will color front transparent plastic used for that particular Mayor Smyth D. an- coupon :
ceremony paper with a full of the income from address of contestant, filled in, and returned c.o
Council| President E. S. lithograph of a"patio to exhibit It at this week'sscene area of new construction. nounced at a press conferencethat gross :e and I a
"i) Raymond and Council- page or may not Home Show and Industrial Hill-Burton funds, accordingto the city is being asked to admissions. to The GONDOLIER, counts and 500 other Free
may the
you Evaluates Offer Credits toward winning car
'n Dr of its public
John R, Exhibition. Dahl are for the construction lease a portion ,
,
Hogan recognize ; told the Jayceesthat TURN IN MANY AS YOU CANo
Raymond prizes.
Orbs V. Celli and Ralph An- are crammed From time to time pie- : and furnishing of general beach for the attraction. tl This must be p:
ron, It.. 50 pagei re-photograph- Brohard said he feels the City Council carefully 5 THEY ALL ( coupon ')
around Ventures will be hospital facilities. Mayor .o voted before 9 March 20, 11)64.) i
full of scenes this be- evaluates offers made by businesses on or p.m o
In eventually
imHrMentin<< the Chamber of prominent In ed and published The South Sarasota County the beach must
seek
Ic and people and other
(Nick'ffewm) Keller be executive Admiral di'tar C.- the life of the b city then newspaper.a good It should make for likely Memorial act Hospital on the board proffered will city come is commercialized to realize its full if the p0- ing the use of city persons facilities for ')i\l\: UI\ 9O$\) '7.OI.9:) t1 $ Oa() O$(C)PoC9 .

There are wearing yousoldtimers.. tential. And he stated his be- commercial purposes The
along with Dlrectc. girls bath- sonic of grant at its next regular meeting 3)
'' with the Continued from pare
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lief that an attraction such as
% Rohlwtn president, on Friday March 13.
', Ewing .. ..
Earle L. Kilton JO .
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MONDAYFEBRUARY 24, ,19I
TWO THE VENICE GONDOLIER I -

-- .d. 0' lite fol.bwn th" rid "M..... II rmpa..... and pbruof hart. .. ,. Florid., :: .* I,
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deacon and Sunday schoolteacher ment public relations programfor ABIFF PAUL KING LegalIN foil..... the Mill HUM eJw..tu. till. .
ObituariesFORREST at the South Venice 13 years and Chief of Abut Paul King, 69, of Ave. I.r.ldenr...M ,.ar,..r sub, 111..1 A... W. of the Florida.k>Art.. of o(Ch.pt Its,. 0 TJU, wM U
Baptist Mission. Foreign Visitors Desk, USIA Ida Bahia Nokomis, died Feb. THE COtrWTr "OnffS COURT V..i... 1'1.. pllnr" II rfollwnt Wltneaa mr bid ttla ,
He was employed by the U. In Washington for four years, 17 at Venice Hospital: I IN IN P1BOaATRUNIY. O..blp 01 S/grl.n 1...?. IM4. lu. /r tJDNs
C. PENMAN: man had resided in the Venice S. Army Corps of Engineer from which position he retired A resident of the area since IS.OmPA .___ eL ....... 1110 orb a. ...__
area since 1958 and lived with In 1957. IN RBl BSTA1B or L ;;n;:; ; weir. to tMrnblbb'' PA t. 15,57. '4. III "'*
Funeral services taD Forrest during World War II in Brazl 1930( Mr. King came here from LANDON SMINEa oProbo...-<< I yGtba M -- *
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his wife at N.
112 Gardenia Rd. I'll.
,
Cranfield Denman, 55, Venice Born Oct. 3, 1908, at Reddlck After coming to Venice he Forsyth, Ga., his birthplace. A NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Venice Gardens He
area seawall contractor who was a licensed Fla., to Mr. and Mrs. I. C was publicity representative of In Georgia, after com TO ALL. CREDITORS! AND Pr-RSONI WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
was fatally Injured in an automobile general contractor and Denman, he moved with his: Venice Gardens of Venice, Inc. fnhr he was in the commercial HAVING CLAIMS OH DEMANDS DODGE
KSTATBl
crash Wednesday, were real estate salesman and was family to Tampa at an early when the development opened wholesale business AGAINST You art SAID b.r.br notified and requlreJto RAMBLER -

to be held at 10 a.m today engaged seawall at the construction.time of hs deathIn age and lived there until 1934! and held the position for two supplying sea shells to retail Inn fll.hav.anr.claim..I..t or tba dem.nd K....which of LAN.ion ?IS S. Tamiaml' Trail 8.3965-488-6150| |)
when he moved to Miami. He years. shops. He was a veteran of DON BARNK8 [)eo_.... Into of Sara.aola SPECIALIST IN.v.
(Monday) at the South Venice Mr. Denman was a member moved from Miami to OcalaIn He was a charter memberof WWI and a member of Venlc Count. Florid. ,In the offloa olHon. Brake Repair Lubricate Chitttl

Baptist Mission of the National Association of 1952 and four years later the National Press Club In Nokomis Methodist Church. *.OHM Jud...,T.III GRAHAM.the County BarMoUCount Court Front End Alignment Oil Chang
moved to the Venice area, Washington a member of the Survivors Include his widow Hour at SaraMrta Florida. wltiln/ .1.l loalonder .
A Florida
native Mr Den- Headlight
Home Builders and was a th. dab of 11.fiN' Front End Overhaul Adjust Btni
month from C
Long. active in church work, Georgetown Alumni Club and Mrs. Donnie Wade King, anda | publication of Ohio Notion.Kaoa Electrical painEngine ,
,- he was a former member and of Barracks '764 Veterans of son, U. S. Navy Cmdr. idle. or domand ....1 .. I.wriunr Wheat Balancing
r deacon of the Melrose Height WWI. James Paul King of Tokyo Japan and I. duplH-UI. hall ..." Overhaul Any Automatic or Stind.rd !.
nine
Baptist Church at Miami. Survivors Include his son, 1. ; a brother, James Allen the.dd...plaoa.. of of th.rMldmof Claimant' |and.ball. po be t ..wornta Radio repairsENGINE Transmission IUwr;

NOW IS THE TIME He Is survived by his wife Homer A. Guaack, a special King of Macon, Ga., and two tornrri br. IB.; shill Claimant. .b. accompanM hi. a.mt b.,.a hi.II at-.Mflllnl TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Mrs. Reba Nobles Denman, Investigator with the USAF grandchildren. fro, and anr aueh claim or demand Aireonditionlnq Repairs? and Installation
?t TO FERTILIZE YOUR Venice; two daughters Mrs Offices of Strategic Inform Funeral services delayed not ao. fll added.l .hall ..the. ...101.amount Tha of fllln claim fomar .,
ba U
Marjorie S Edgar, Miami tion at Jackson, Miss, and two awaiting the arrival of Cmdr. and claim form" mar. bo. obtained" fromth.
LAWN Springs and Mrs. Sandra sisters, Mrs, Sophia Porton ot King, were conducted Friday Conntr *uH e.' offlmMARGARCT .

Biorseth Englewood; a sister, Tampa and Mrs Estelle Sittsof morning at Rawles Funeral .. Ad...."'....FAWCKTT.,.. eta, of RARNM.the Ib.tot. .
Mrs. Shirley Tldnell Tampa, Oceanside, Calif. Home Chapel by The Rev of LANDON BARNES Dn ono ._
SHRUBBERY and three grandchildren. Services were conducted Saturday John L. Jones of Venice-No- ad.AtUrnert.
komis Methodist Church. Burial BRAIWFJLL a BROWN
Officiating at the funeral at Rawles Funeral Venloo-Nokomla Bank Bldf,
CITRUS services were to be the Rev. Home Chapel with Rabbi Bern. was in Sarasota MerrTia P. O..Boi TH.V..I. I re' FOR. CLEANING .dbIllar..4. .B jToaa of n.... ...
TREESWITH ., A. M. Spiller, pastor of the and P. Shoter of Temple] Beth Park. Pnblbkl ,.. 17 Florida, 14 and Mar. t .. IM4 war. wClad..MJNBRIbUT, and .......1_ oo II .11. W. wa.b ih
; South Venice Baptist Mission, Shalom Sarasota, officiating.
OUR V.C. 666 FERTILIZER .' and the Rev. Richard R. Lloyd
pastor of the First Baptist Toy House IN TUB COUNTY JTJDfWg POt"RT Sunbrighl Janitor Service
"Especially Mixed CAPT. MORRISSEY I
EARL
For This Area With Church of Venice. Arrange. R. IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY

All Secondaries Added ments were in charge of the Funeral services for Cap 'Santa Claus' FLORIDA IN PROBATE a w. ..... cep .""d ....... toe
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Farley Funeral Home. Earl Richard Morrissey USN, HUGO H. LUX ....... ire
WAX a SLY' It h. p.t_
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--- who died Saturday at his Man. Probate File No. 'IN
asota Beach Road home will To RetireJames NOTICE: TO CREDITORS r. 0. BOI IUT VllflCJI PBOlfS dIII-IN4
HARRY CVSVCK TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS L..a04. a moralS
be held tomorrow at AnnapolisMd ,
> L. Palmer part-tlm HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 11.be ot Qw.br 01 C..ara
with Interment In Annapolis SAID ESTATE
Harry Gusack 70, veteran AGAINST
Naval Ceme- Venice resident will retire Vim ... herefcr aotlfM' and required.
newsman and U. S. Public Relations Academy .
I June I as president of Marshall .. We oaF claim or demand. which ft*
FERTlLlZ.RS executive, died Thurs- tery. Field, Chicago' larges mar have acelnrt the Err of HUGO
day at a local convalescent Capt. Morrissey was 74yearsold H. LUX Penoeed. ..... of Sara-
department store .... .
Countr. Florida In the office of
home. He was born in Bloomington J. L. (Count) Cornwall a Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM SaraeoU
He was born Redbank, N. Wls. and retired to this close friend of the County ad... la tha Countr Court
department ........, ,. .
@ Florida wlliln H -
J. and five from Washington "feme at _II -
came to Venice upon area years ago store exlculive, said the announcement Calendar month from the d... of Ibo ...
retirement in 1957 from Wash D. C. of Palmer's] retirement tint publloatloa$ of ttu. Notlea.
ington, D. C. A graduate of' the Naval was made by the deb al.lm or demand art .. mrrlunr.

VENICE SEED & fEED Mr. Gusack was a graduate Academy In 1912, he broughtthe Marshall Field board of direc "the place, and of .In.id.duplicate.... and I port.h.ll officeeddroM eute
of Georgetown University Law first flotilla of submarine tors. Palmer will reach retire of u.. Claimant .ball be .-...,
School and was an active from Honolulu to the east ment in March. to br the Claimant hb .....1 or hi. >ttorneri -
age .
.h.ll ba aomnpanled" br a II Mflllnf
newspaperman in the Washington coast of the United States dur Palmer will be succeeded as fee and anr .tick claim' or demand
STORE"The area for 40( years, serving log WWI. He aerved on the president of Marshall Field by not OK filed'' shall ... .....d. The fllln fee
White House mar bo added" .. tha amount of shim, UTTRELL CONCRETE COMPANY
as
correspondent USS Texas in ]1914 and later Gerald A. Sivage. and .1.... forma mar obtained from
for the United Press was submarine fleet commander The Marshall Field president "'. Count I.d..'. offloa.MAUDK .
Complete Garden Center" and International News Serv He was attached to the fa best known in the Venice A. LUX.
248 W. MIAMI AYE. VENICE PHONE 488-3457 ice. He was historian for the Chief; of Naval Operations staff area as the donor for many .. Exontrll of toe' E.UU CONCRETE HEADQUARTERSVenice
War Crimes Trial in Japan in In Washington D. C., under years of toys and treats for of RUOO H. LUX. Deeaued.
1947 and was with the govern- Admiral King. During! WWII. Cornwell's annual 7or Hou.eChrl.tma. Attomerl BRABWELL a BROWN. Englewood
--- Vonlce-Nokonl. Bank ,
Copt Morrissey was a member party: for area Bide
P. O. Boi T4T.Venice. .
of Norfolk (Va) Masonic youngsters. He also is a member .
Pbrld.Fsbi5h Exhibiting at the TRI.CITY HOME SHOW
Lodge and the Bloomington, of the Venice Yacht Club ?.... IT, 14 and Mar. i. I. IM4
Wis. Congregational Church. and an avid gardener.
JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER Survivors include his widow, Palmer and his wife, Eleanor Feb. 26.29

515 Irs. Helen B. Morrissey; a have a winter home at 418 NOTICE: or WTENTIOIf TO
aon. Blair D. Morrissey of S. Park Blvd. Gulf Manor, REGISTER FICTTTIOUS NAILS
Montreal Canada; two daughters where Mrs. Palmer currently The .nderaltnai" doea hereKr oertlfr,
.
I is" making her home while her that aha I. oonductlni a Gift Shop bulln ,.
Mrs. R. A. Juts of Elm .
Grove \Vie., and Mrs W. E. husband is in Chicago 1 flotitioiu' at ttl name 4 Ml.ml of 81.Are...'...WH 0.1.nndor...... and the I.--- _.._................. .. -.......

ac nr INC. Betzer of Coronado. Calif.; a ,.. __ _..__.__.. ..- r-"l---_
brother, R. D. Morrissey of HOME SHOW
8 Bloomington, and nine grandchildren -
(Continued from page 1)
0IIGVUILT ASK DAD-HE KNOWS !
Farley Funeral Home was In how at 2 p.m Wednesday will
WnH: tHAT OOtP charge of local arrangements. be a parade from downtown -
fooH'it1: : ii; -mt< WHEN HE BRAGS ABOUT HIS CHILDRENAND
ands> area beauty queens and
ALLEN floats of various exhibitors in HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN,
At the Shamrock Blvd. Entrance to Venice Gardens Convalescent and the line of march AND HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S CHILDREN
More than 70 exhibitors have
PHONE 488-4885 Nursing Home
been> signed up for display bat the experts ere correct In their prediction of
:
P. O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida 24 Hour Nursing Service pace in the first annual show ,

lit Phone PONtl Venire Dl LION 4S8-270J spa which will feature new products 214,000,000 people In the U.S. by 1970
for the home and leisure
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-- -"'; manufactured in the area

FIRST able Visitors to purchase to the show will be Also that the expert can not create additional land during this period.
& FINEST or place ord-
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nearly all Items on display or
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to incorporate in a future new MISSION VALLEY ESTATESLAUREL
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AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI jj Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings

Sales Service Supplies" We Repair All Male [I Watches Silverware Jewelry MONDAY February 24th
Stuart M rrclt! Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair a1.W DeeoMr
235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2471 W. Venice Ave. 488.3119 GENUINE CALF'S LIVER SAUTE $2'75

cBNSe.liit.Jo..0: _, _<___ ,_ ""' '' _. .- The time-saving Smothered OnionS, Crisp tU on

TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN TUESDAY February 25th

Now Showing Showing FRIGIDAIREDISHMOBILE : LAMB CHOP MIXED GRILL
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GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS $4e60
Monday, February
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r "THE FACTS OF LIFE"with
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j 213 W. Venice Ave. 483-490 Paul Newman Bob Hope and Lucill A ill WEDNESDAY February 26th

.."''''"'''' .......,.......... ""' ...." --. -...-- ._- ....... e Dote dMH' lit f ifmMinntampwituTM ROAST PHILADELPHIA CAPONETTE
up to 120 $2 65
V VENICE TILE & FLOORS Welcome To timer lonjsf Uenaverage .Savory Dressing Cranberry Sauce s

CARPETS VINYL FLOORS I VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA hand wtshtnftHoldlltulldiy'lilliliaifor THURSDAY February 27th
average family of 5 ROAST FRESH JERSEY
HAM
FLEXALUM SHADES VE'IETIAN.BLlN) COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER e buy,front loading $2 70
248 .No Instillation, CM k Bavarian! Sauerkraut
311 W. Venice Ave. 488-1117 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457

eB maairn.ni.!>uiim>-'Mij--. ....,, aiiwmmWi-...- .Colon bullt4n! chopping latar/ block bp FRIDAY February 28th

VENICE CASSEROLE OF LOUISIANNA SHRIMP CREOLE
STATIONERS $$2 (65
St"iI'Ied* Rice' '
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES JIM WRIGHT'SSHIRTS 5288PER OVEN BRAISED FRESH BRISKET OF BEEF

Typewriter, Adding Machine (Mechanically Operated) I SLAX Potato taeiU $2.75
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Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Required WEEK INCLUDED< IN THE
Soup Bated Potatoes or'French Vegetablesdi
Frie Salad
WIT lour
211 W. Venice Ave. 488-611) 121 W. Venice Ave. 488.3080 Hot Rolls Beverage Dessert

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WIN PRIZES will mind\ Jump that hundreds of others scriptions will have an equal community The more readers i.! the most difficult stroke. N. J. Passengers in th carryall -
at this Contractor
Area
(rem pegs 1) Some will think about opportunity opportunity. a newspaper has the better it 'Oitce you know the crawl," he \ were Penney's wife. Mary,
(fwlinufd to but entering As an Inducement to get entrants can serve the people of the says, "you can roll over and 54, along with Harold Crott,
they will
way for anyone that ire they have oleo think that and get them started area it cover do any other stroke" I 56 and his wife, Lena, 49. of I
*'II*.?! wt credit one connected put It off until plenty it of is time and toward winning, a cash bonus All that is necessary to en- Ten minutes Is Fissler'i instruction Fourth Liberty Corner. N. J. Crott
not! el.-ned.. ) No is eligible The schedule of too late. of $300 has been offered. ter the contest is to come to record. Confidencehe FatalityA sustained a fractured !fit trm
With */ newspaper does not for new and renewal votes issued Come to The GONDOLIER office The GONDOLIER office and says, is the secret of his and a head Injury and was released I
Thii com Is subucriphons and Investigate this offer. get a working outfit or phone being able to pack Into this after treatment.
In 'nondenU who write arranged so that the Then you will find that It is 488-3341 and ask to have the brief time what It takes most South County building con for failure to have his vehicle< ----- -
early
(. They are not en entrants will !net the most impossible] to lose supplies sent to you. people weeks to learn. tractor became Sarasota Cows under control was Lewis M.
credit for
" regular clanaacloeetunder their efforts If you Entrants in this contest will The quicker you make ; fourth traffic fatality of Danklefs, 62, of 900 Nokomis
up
lhe tla' be brovht enter today, and become active find the work easy, pleasantand your mind to enter the better Fissler attributes the fact the year when he was killed Avenue, whose car struck the .SwimlnS7o
the
locked and first that few records of his
week after you enter, profitable. They will find will be your opportunity to sports Wednesday night in a three. Denman car from behind,
otl1t.d! ballot In which con- the subscriptions that you se. that they have many friends win the new 1964 Ford or its generation are still standing to- vehicle crash on U.S. 41, near knocking it into the path of a 1
IltlSnt. WIt I deposit the votes cure from your friends will I who will be only too glad to cost. Right now It will be easy day to greater speclallratlon in the entrance to Venice Gardens carryall truck, Danklefs
hat hIve been iwued I to them Yield an extra cash bonus' help and encourage them in to get your friends pledged to all athletics "The kids" todayare daughter, Gretchen, 13, suffer AT
the .,ubiishedrheduleaAn They also yield an extra vote their efforts to place The GONDOLIER save the Sop FREE VOTE training harder, he says, The crash victim was Forest ed a split lip and another passenger .
,! Impartial board bonus for each $30 worth. By in every home in this COUPONS out of their copies adding that most colleges ands C Denman, S3, of 112 Gar. Jackie Heise, 13, of 125 Warm Mineral
,TJ..I' .1 canvass the) votes entering now and becoming area. of The GONDOLIER. It will great many high schools to- denia Rd., Venice .Gardens, E. Alba St., Venice, was un I
and award Ford active, you can accumulate a If day include swimming in their who died in the injured.
nrposned you participate in a' contest also be easy to get new and overall athletic emergency I
or c. and other prizes. vote reserve that will guarantee of this kind you not only renewal subscriptions becauseof programs room at Venice Hospital of injuries Driver of the carryall which Springs
Get Started NowThe success help'yourself but low Few Top Stan received in the crash.
your merchants the price that will be also collided with Denman's
cant) start Is the thing Equal Opportunity who advertise, your in effect during the contest. "In my time," said the former His wife, Reba Nobles Den- small foreign car was Curtiss I 12 Miles South of Venice
\11\ count*. The majority. of All who enter the contest now friends your churches schools You can enter today and Olympic record holder for man, 51, was hospitalized with S. Penney, 53, of Martinsville I On US 41 .
'/ .ihf! :'ate to enter the and tart !gathering 500 FREE and other organizations that "skim the cream" by getting the 200-meter relay, "there leg, chest and back injuries
.oiy1! with> the thought-In VOTE COUPONS and sub make up a good, prosperous your friends to pay their subscriptions were only four or five top sustained in the accident Her
- -- to you before others swimmers in the entire coun condition was described as sat-
make up their minds to enter. try." Isfactory Friday afternoon by YOU CAN SAVE 7 WAYSOn
Why hesitate You have all\ Fissler also contends that hospital authorities
to gain, absolutely nothing to the only really amateur athletes Danklefs Cited Auto Insurance **
lone It costs you nothing to today are those in the Cited by Trooper Don Nolder I 1. NEW LOW RATES
enter. It costs you nothing to United States, Canada and the
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
win. Let The GONDOLIER United Kingdom Most of the RATE HIKE
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
know that you are Interested. other countries, including Russia (Continued from page 1)
You are under no obligations. he asserts subsidize their minimum increase in gallon-
r No one can help you unless athletes, training them for age
&
r you make the first move to months before competitions in The 30 per cent increase In -
help yourself communal training camps. water rates does not come as
0- IF IT BELONGS IN A GARDEN Fissler] trained for his Olympic a surprise since it was announced onL AGENCY
SWIM CHAMP competition with Bob Kip- some months ago this 116 W. Venice Avenue
huth, famous Yale Universityswimming Increase would become effective -
(Continued from page 1)) coach, after he I as soon as any one of the Telephone I : 4O8-228O
WE HAVE IT to think for themselves." came to Kiphuth's attention by five' sections of the waterworks
Anyone Can Swim winning the national back Improvement project was completed '
PLANTS It's Fissler's claim that he stroke championship and This increase in rates
BULBS SEEDS I can teach nearly anyone to breaking records in other vas necessary to comply with
FERTILIZER TOOLS GRASSES swim in just one easy lesson I Amateur Athletic Union i federal government's conditions XXK XX- XX- ick c l'

t First," he says, "you must (AAU) swimming events. for making< the $566,,000 VENICE MOVIE LOG
WILKINSON I loan for the work
overcome fear of the water. Fissler continued competitive They claim.
I You must also demonstrate ed our water rates were too
swimming and water polo as a
srik
ORTHO '
low, GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
buoyancy.. I do both by instructing hobby at the New York Ath-
SUNNILAND all at my pupils to hold etic Club until 1958. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
their breath, keep both eyes North Viet Nam
He is particularly proud of and South
open and sit on the bottom of Viet ..aa/n Tkruih Thu+., .
a life membership he holds in Nam each is roughly the T.nlrlit. Only
GULF the pool. I do it myself first to size of the state of Georgia.In .
the Jacksonville! Fla, Lifesaving THJ FACTS OF LIFE"
show it can be done'You're TUB PRI7B"
I "' Corps where he was an In- With
not afraid of any tnictor end member of the Wild Bob H.... ant mill sail
1935 helium-filled balloon
thing can see," Fissler a -
GARDEN CENTER' III you. "So keep your eyes open explains group; in 19 4-25. And among reached a height of 13.71 r..1 )/..... sal.. North, n t.S. 41
ils other reminiscences of j.I
a
j miles record for. manned II
And you can't stay on the a PER CARAT
S. Timiami Venice notable swimming career In
417 Tr. bottom as long as you hold < flight that endured for 21 years
9 which he hobnobbed with many
c' 488.1331 your breath of the of
phone great sports figures ---- -- ----- -- -- -"
Fissler't technique I Is to
the time, is his recollection of
teach the crawl first because it
caching Eleanor Holm, female
Olympic) backstroke champion,
tin winning technique. I
Fissler says he may open

When you're buying or building a new home, SPECIFY Venice private when swimming he catches classes up on In lWm

all the things he hasn't found 1
time to do since his retirement.
He says. however, that any
It/I4
such teaching will be done on THE
a limited basis no as not to Interfere -
with his life of retirement
i i
"I don't seem to have NESTLEWOOD
time now," he says "to get
all the done I'd like
things to .
SUITS .
do." : DRESSES:

by DAVIDOW DAVID CRYSTAL

AQUARIUMContinued SPORTSWEAR: iYNBROOK

( from 'pare I) ; = KORET 01 CALIFORNIA NARDIS 0'' DAllAS

council president went on to 4' JANTZEN COVER GIP'f'' MIA /I

report. the marine aquariumoffer. HAYMAKER APOLLO

V He further stated that the a, ALEX COlEMAN 0' CALIF MANCINI of CALIF,
d city has 5,000 feet of beachfront LADY MANHATTAN I
which is free to the public LADY VAN HEUSEN HALF SI".IES: I

and non-commercialized PAULA DEAN 0'
r and that the city intends to I BATHING SUITS :
keep it that way MNNEAPOLISJANTZEN
.y Raymond went on to tell of HARMONY FASHIONS'

the many "honky-tonk" promoters CEEB 0' MIAMI 0'' MIAMI
r operating on a shoestring
t who merely want to JEWELRY HANDBAGS ACCJf''I''I":
commercialize the city with lit I
t tie benefit to it. He said offers Gilts For Every Occasion -
from these companies are always I
turned down. W Venice Ave.. Venice
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is several fold: ((1)) primarily; to increase the already nounces a startling, amazing offer through which to reward
large circulation of The GONDOLIER throughout," the area. its friend and readers who will enter as contestants .
We also envision that such tremendous circulation Increase and assist in the undertaking. This newspaper it ,
will also be of great help to the business houses of $2482.50 FORD going to award a new automobile, cash' prizes and corn.missions .
this area; ((2)) to gather advance subscription payments I valued at approximately I I $4,500.
from present and new subscribers, and at the same time
afford our friends and readers an opportunity to turn This general undertaking is launched and will be I
their spare time into profit. So it is a plan that works both conducted upon a plan worthy of the integrity and lr Jj.
ways and to the ultimate good of all concerned.In lion of this newspaper. While there will be competition I
OR COST IN CASHCustom for size and value of the plan does not provide
order to gain these objectives quickly and advantageously the old contest 4wofrI I or losing.I It's a business :
the most valuable and attractive prize list proposition from start to finish one in which each pan ,
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Such a contest plan is straight forward and simple. Guarantee. Any Entrant Can Win This Prize .
It is most impartial and is outlined on this page from start .
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Rules and Regulations HOW PRIZES WILL BEEntr.nt.


1. No salaried employee of this newspaper or their i AWARDED I
families or immediate families of firms furnishing prizesare .
under the rules ,
eligible to enter this contest. This does not apply to can win prizes ai follows! :
correspondents The person entering from Southern Sarasota County !

in Southern 2. Any Sarasota reputable County person, over or near 18 years the county of age]line residing in an MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX or cures near the the largest county vote line total in by an any adjoining or all county of the methodspublished who te- 'I

adjoining county is eligible to enter and compete for the 1964 FORD< In this announcement will be awarded the NEW 'I

prizes. To Be Supplied By and Be on Display At nothing extra two-door but must sedan buy or own cost.license The and winner pay pays the
3. Contestants are not confined to their town or community state sales tax.
in getting subscriptions, but may take orders anywhere
in the United States BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY The entrant finishing with the second largest vote
total will be awarded
4. Vote credits issued for subscriptions will be in the $500.00 CASH PRIZE.
accordance with the schedule published in this issue, including "fhe most afordable/ / fords in ftorida" After the Ford and $300 prizes are awarded the entrant
the first week cash and vote coupon, which will residing outside of the city limits of Venice with
become first period coupon minus extra cash, one week the next largest, vote total will be awarded the $500 US
U.S. 41 SOUTH 488.6787
after a contestant makes his or her first cash report. This VENICE FLORIDA | SAVINGS BOND or ill cost.
I coupon will decrease In value 25.000 votes every week, After the $500
starting one week prior to the close the first period.I out of Savings Bond is awarded to some entrant -
\ Venice, the
elO
entrant
with the next largest vote
Right is reserved to issue extra rot to exceed the total will be
awarded the
value of 20 each of these coupons, also on extended sub MOBILE DELUXE NEW 25"5 FRIGIDAIRE
DISH WASHER.
scriptions.
5. Votes are not transferable. One contestant cannot SECOND PRIZE e The entrant having the next largest vote total' will be
withdraw in favor of another contestant or give subscriptions awarded the NEW $209.95 GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR
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Fann investigated the reportby GE WednesdayGeneral tires, barrels and other trash CLOSE OUT ON FALL COSTUME
Egg ThrowingAa Murphy that eggs were being littering the property. .
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., -" Maggie's Magpie LOOKING


'@ THE II, MAGGIE CLAMI-IIT BACKFrom

W( PEOPLE I don't know about you but that government remarkably report un on shook!the, the tilt of the Gondolier
horrors of cigarette smoking has left m. Yean
and over.welght after (15 Ago)
7 I'm alive, healthy
SPEAK I figure as long as fatal date with
smoking my for the
a couple of decades of fairly heavy Funds proposed Flor-
destiny will be engineered by means other than a cigarette. West Coast Inland Waterway
-- ROIl not so with mY gold friend, Joe. Joe devoured every Canal plans for which have

; ; OF TUB: ASSOCIATED PRESS __ MEMBER OF THK FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION To The Editor: e They chose the un-godly printed ;'-rd-; c emijgthe corners, hoping against hope. aroused a storm of controversy
battle of the cigarette vs lung habit and In Vf'nlcehave not been In.
to have fun. could kick the
Th. Awnelftted fnm .to ..... .*>r MitHM to m* for rvpuhllrmthm. of all .... dltnwtrhoi, nwrillnl toN The contents of a story from hour of 4 p.m. these cancer convinced, I am Nick until help arrived.Joe eluded in the federal budget
or not otlwrwlM er...Hl...l I. Uit pap r. end alas tool. ..... .pabllthcd B_.. All rllht of rtpublktalhm. Thursday's St Pete paper fill- Now in all fairness to puff would hold out whenhe for next yearInformation.
of MM-eitJ I 4tptvhM ar oho .-.001. ed me with disbelief and right rowdies, it must be conceeded sure one more did a double-take
",. .... mil .fen) .dv rtiiln. ontMit of lh. .nr>pm>or b anorrtcoM. M4 to npubllratlon. b o eous indignation Just who do that they ARE citizens, the send' him straight to the sur- arrived at the market to this effect
prMlp I forbMdm' "" they are? The following list of help pay for the casino and When Joe stopped smoking "Closed For Repairs"He J. Leighton Cornwell, publicity
I PublbhH Ivrrr Mittdv ud. Ttnimlir From 111-14 K. Miami, Aa.au.F.ntand their crimes should be publish. mainly, we have failed to erecta he became absolutely unbearable was the picture of dejectionas director for the Venice Area
A. Sraond CI M MMU. At Font Offlo. At Vmlc' Florida He snapped at his wife, the wheel. Chamber of Commerce by U
ed for all to see: sign reading "No dancing no he slumped over
snarled at the kids and kicked drove slowly S, Senator Spessard L. Hollandof
He
teenagers doT
e They were enjoying themselves quitar playing, no What to
j: EDWARD D. BALL Editor end Publisher on the public beach bya allowed on the public beach of the dog. around town somewhere, Bartow. The message said
c I COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor ( ) dancing at the new casino, Friendly Venice. My friend, determined not to somehow he must find a candy "regret budget did not Include
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor (b) by playing musical Instru MORGAN LUCK, be alone in his misery and like machine or a gum ma. west coast inland waterwaysin
ROGER KILBY Mechanical i Superintendent i ments. Venice. so many reformed reformers chine But all our hero could recommendations" to con.
sought to get all his friends find were machines dispensingsoft gress.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year $3.25 per six months $2.75 enmeshed in the same miser drinks and, horror of horrors -o-
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $625 per year, $4.25 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYBy able mess. cigarettes.. ((10 Years Ago)
to Ms watch .
He even agreed to come at
I He glanced Citing the rapid growth
per six months, $3 per three months. expected
9 i KAY their rescue any hour of the a half-hour elapsed since in the area in the near
-", RUSSELL night or day when the urge to Nick's frantic call He retraced future, Taylor Scott Sarasota
Modem day educators may sneer at Horatio Alger stories as light up seemed about to get his steps and as he openedthe manager of the Peninsular Tel.
Equal Representation unrealistic but they will find it hard to laugh off the modern day the better of good resolutions front door of Nick's home, ephone Co., announced this
story of a Georgia boy who came to Florida with $9 in his pock. Joe would arrive, armed to his worst fears were realized. week that his firm would starta
et and a sincere desire to "Strive and Succeed the teeth with Lifesavers, There sat his friend, cool as new expansion of facilities
The Supreme Court of the United a countywide basis, which means the George W (for Washington) Jenkins started as a $15 a week chewing gum of all flavors end a cucumber blissfully puffing here shortly
States hal ruled that congressional dir northern part of the county can dictate clerk in a Winter Haven chain store and a share of the gross. a wide variety of snacks This, away on a cigarette He sighed The most important project,
trich in each state must be redrawn to the election of the South County candidate Hard working ambitious, and he believed, would so divert nicotine deeply as he fell into en he said, would be constructionof
their minds the desire for Nick with
an ability to please entitled "When a Woman Goesto easy chair regaling a new 34 by 40 foot exchange
give "equal representation for equal it considers will be more beholdento and uncanny hold customers enabled Market." would be forgotten.And his misadventure of the early building on the northwest corner .
numbers of people" as far as practical. it. The fact that the South County this young man to increase the It is an exciting and thrill- to his credit, let me any morning. of Miami and Nokomis
.
store's weekly receipts from ing story of America's market he succeeded very well. His As he talked he became Increasingly Aves, behind the present small
It was the second time the court has commissioner nine be resident in the particular circle of friendswas of he
expression
$1.300 to $6,000 He was ad. ing advancement and gives aware exchange.
Injected itself into the 'issue of equal representation area doettV cut much !ice in a sorry vanced to managership of the Florida's George Jenkins full loaded to the teeth with of sheer happiness exuding -oResponding
having ruled previously that predicament as this. chain's largest store which credit for his leadership and shrewish wives, psycohotic from Nick the haunted to a recent pita
states must reapportion their legislature In this glaringly inequitable situation grossed $7,000 a week. This courage in helping bring it off-spring. and terrified canines look was gone from his eyes, from Venice police for a directory .
was in 1928 With money he had about the tight drawn expression Joe of winter visitors, the
to afford the tarn equality.It there are some who, feel they get an saved he opened a modest storeof It reveals the importance of Yes, Joe did a good job. had grown accustomed to see board of the Venice Area
it reasonable to assume She, high even better shale on occasion from some his own. Then he opened a research in the field of the until one Sam. when his ing had vanished. Chamber of Commerce last
second store. His from shopper's psychology and he friend, Nick called Nick "Okay let me have one," he to set
week voted
gross up "POst
court eventually will the matter of the north commissioners.Some a
pursue county about to have a nicotine fit,
1 rewards that await those who barely whispered the request.
the two stores was a phenomenal card" registration system for
right down to its ultimate the precinct outspoken South Count.ins have $200,000. know how customers think and needed the moral support Without a word Nick handed tourists.

Uvel. gone so far as to say that from the kind He then formed the Publix react and provide the goods and chewing gum, he knew Joe him a freshly opened packageof !'

When and if the court does get around of representation they sometimes get, Food more Stores ideas Corp.than George a dog had has pating and services their needs they want and provid antici could Joe supply.was equal to the occasion He his inhaled favorite brand.deeply, sighed Two new members were added .

to it, it will find a most interesting and even on. South County member is one fleas He decided that customers ing them with a flourish. He pulled a pair of slacks again this time with satisfaction to the Sarasota County
enlightening situation right here in Sara too many. would respond to the right Jenkins set out to make over his pajamas and headed The frustration was gone. Planning and Zoning Commission
type of service and showman. "shopping a pleasure" end for his good buddy. He knew "I guess I always knew it on Tuesday when the
sota County.Sarasota These individuals must have formed ship. His stores were as modern adopted that slogan for his he had used the last package! would end like this," he grinned county board of commissioners
County ha an estimated their as tomorrow. He provided Publix stores He set tender of gum before he went to bed. sheepishly. appointed J Douglas Ar-
impressions by having sat in
population of 91,200. Of this number 31 I,. on one everything for the shopper's traps for housewives that they (by now one stick no longer At last report things are nail of Venice and William P.
of the commission sessions wherein, the comfort and convenience Marble could not resist. Every conceivable satisfied him. He had been pretty nearly normal at Joe's Croom Jr of Sarasota to two-
better
950 than third live South
or a in alley cat yowling reminded more of tile and stucco replacedthe inducement was offer known to chop away on fouror house and among his friends. year terms on the PZC
County. old drab wooden buildings, ed the shopper trading stamps, five sticks at the same
another rubber in a game of f.o-bit politics time ,
Sarasota County has 26 voting landscaped spacious parking gimmicks giveaways and hid. )
precinct rather than a deliberation by states with covered walks to den treasure made a sort of But he wasn't worried He READY-MADE DRAPERIES CQ 25
*. Of the**, six precincts are in South areas kept a reserve supply in the
that
the .
County. The offer 20 precincts are in th.northern men. protect music with from the no weather blaring, soft announcements game play. customers lovedto glove compartment of the car AS LOW AS . . . . . . p,.

part of the county. Everyone has a right to his own opinion soothed and How well these Inducements figuring he could draw on this
Sarasota has but for our part we have unshaken pleased the houswife while she succeeded is evidenced by the to thwart his pal's morning CARPETING, Wool or Nylon S5.95
County a governing bodyof browsed about the well stock. steady increase in the numberof madness. FROM . . . . .. .. .. Up
five commkiionen. Four of then commissioners faith in the good judgement of the South ed stores Publix stores and the Increase Joe broke all speed laws

are elected from northern Sara. County voter. Given a fair and equal Jenkins' leadership revolutionized in gross sales In 1951 getting to Nick's As he DRAPERY FABRICS Cflr

ota County, one from South County. place at the ballot box h* will, do the Competition the chain grocery followed business his lion Publix and sales each grossed year they$18 have mil halt brought he his reached car to in a screeching the glove FROM . . . . . .. .. .. .. Yd.

On the basis of these facts in choosing the right Und of To his
South Sara. necessary lead, adopted his ideas but skyrocketed until 1963 they compartment. amaze THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH
iota County with a third of the population individual to run his governmental affairs. he always managed to star out totalled over $200 million, with ment and consternation it was
in front against the stiffest 99 stores in operation and 12 emptylHe !
Hat roughly one-fifth of the precincts W* abhor the idea of the Supreme competition. stores currently under con- muttered under his FEBRUARY

: and one-fifth of the representation Court or any other court becoming in So remarkable has been his struction or in the planning breath "Those dkids!" He CUSTOM DRAPES BED SPREADS. UPHOlSTERING,
oa the county commission.Not volved in local affairs but if r.liefdoesn't success that he commanded stage. More than 5,200 em- started the motor with a vie-
our
,
lousness that could be likened
national attention First trade ployes proudly wear the Pub- DECORATIVE FURNITURE
only that but the election of
through the only to tank .
come legislative process journals then national magazines lix emblem. a powerful storming
county commiuionen M itself rigged let the courts take over and male began to tell his story. For a fascinating storv secure Into the thick of a pitched HEINTZ FABRICS
against South County. The election is on equality a reality. Last fall the Saturday Evening a copy of the March battle.
Post carried a feature story Reader's Digest and learn how He headed for the town's
about the amazing Publix operation the American housewife has only all-night market at break 55 Deaborn St. Englewood 474-ISM
II Uncomplicating The Complicated and the current issue of become the world's shopping neck speed, careening around "--
the Reader's Digest carried a queen with merchants competing

There'i a precocious contraption in the Sarasota airport. The pilot radioed condensation from the article for her favor.if'TOTEMEpOLE .

our shop which some refer to disdainfully he'd male another try and if he couldn'tcome ITS A SMALL WORLD SEE IT!

a* The Monster. in safely, he'd head on to his next
FAR AWAY PLACES ARE ONLY HOURS AWAYVENICE
Other+ call it Margaret's Machine. stop. Thankfully, he made it on his fourth .,

That's because Margaret Curwood, our try, spraying up great geysers from the 11

gal of many talents and computer mind, waterlogged runway as he reversed the TRAVEL BUREAU

., is http to The Monster's eccentricities and pitch of the propellers on his bucking

usually can coax from it a reasonably Convair.
FOR WORLD WIDE SERVICE
honest effort. By 4 Mr. Dorneich performing
p.m. was By ANNE TIIARP and PATTY JOHNSON

By way of enplanation,, if you're still the necessary surgery on The Monster Friday, Feb. 14 the Student Council sponsored another assembly Representative of all
with us, The Monster is a piece of precision He found the trouble, which could be for the studentbody The Riverview High School Orchestra AIRLINES STEAMSHIP TOUR COMPANIO ES
with electronic located only by an experienced hand.It entertained them by playing selections by Bach Brahms,
t equipment an eye caused broken rubber and Hammerstein. This third annual concert was thoroughly en- "You'll enjoy/ preplannedrave/ fin if yo.! let rt map of you tripf'
being
which tales a photo and converts it into was by a
a graven image upon a piece of plastic. mounting which costs about a dime. This joyed by everyone --0- See Our Booth At The Tri-City Home Show

The plastic in turn is slapped on the press resulted in the stylus, or engraving needle, The LT1 Injuns played their last basketball game of the sea FEBRUARY 26 Through FEBRUARY 29
son against McIntosh Jr. High last Friday. The Pep Club sponsored
plates which, print the pictures you see wavering erratically as if jittered back and a red and white day and an attendance contest The game Office at 314 W. Venice Ave Venice Phone 48-2711

of your yourself and your neighbors in this forth across the plastic.At was well attended by the students because of the Importance of

newspaper. 10:30: p.m. Tuesday night Mr. this game. It would determine who would be the cochampionsof Dash ___ ....... -
the county. The ninth grade won he attendance contest. There
The Monster is Mad in Germany, Dorneich was airborne again, Guatemala. will be a plaque placed in the trophy case honoring the ninth OPEN
end there are not many of its kind in bound and The Monster was itself again, grade for winning both attendance contests for football and FOR YOUR INSPECTION

this country. Its full and formal name is rasping back and forth with its electroniceye basketball.The .
Venice enthusiasm was overwhelming and the final .. -
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Klitchograph K.150 Frabril Nr. 7240251.It and cutting needle going in perfect score was Venice 35, McIntosh 30, to make Venice county co-
was inherited from Pete Conover, former unison. We hope you noticed the improv. champions

owner of the paper. How Pete came ed quality of the pictures in Thursdays -0-
The Girls' Sports Club basketball team was picked last week
to acquire it, we don't I know, but there paper. The members are: Connie Perkins, Linda Brown, Diane Mont. I rh
seems to be no basis in fact for the rumor All of which points up the old adage gomery Carolyn Jones Lila Joeckel, Roberta Merrill, Lacy h

around the shop that it was "liberated"in about the battle being lost for the want, Schless Earnestine Dunbar, Annette Reie, Cathy Wilson Susy
White, Anne Tharp, Carm Huston, Becky Somers Lynn Pheif
World War II. of a nail, but in this case w' were luckier fer, Charlotte Carter, Lana Breeden, Shelly Lee, Donna Breding.WlIlene .
Recently The Monster began acting because somebody knew how to find and Hendrix Dorothy Blades. Cherolyn Seeley Loretta Grif
fen, and Brenda Owen The team will play the faculty In assembly .
up a fact you probably observed from replace a dimes worth of worn-out rubber,
on Feb. 28 and are booked for playing Booker Jr High. The
the quality of the pictures in the paper. On the way' back to the Sarasota airport girls are really practicing for these games

Even the efficient Margaret couldn't find Tuesday night Mr. Dorneich, who uncomplicated --
1 what ailed it, Last Monday it went completely our complications, relatedan An event of Valentine's Day was a Valentine's Day Dance
sponsored by the Newspaper Club. This dance featured door
f laput. It couldn't have picked a interesting story of how hid gone prize. The winner was Gloria Saputo and she won a box a of

more inappropriate time, for we were in about overcoming some of his own candy. Another winner was Kathy Kisgen who also won a box
middle of of candy. A smglntf trio sang a few songs for everyone The trio
the putting together the biggest A* a young German he decided two
was composed of Karen Bortolottl, guitar; Lacy Schless, guitar
paper ever years ago to make his way to the United and Amy Wyckoff, a singer Another event of the night was a
A long distance call for help was pot States He failed in his direct approach dance contest. The winners were Elaine Ellis and Johnny Salt.

'In to the Klisch headquarter in Great because h* didn't have a sponsor or the ers. They received a box of candy.Library THE 1964 VENICEPARADE

Neck, N. Y. They reported their engineerfor $1,500 required of such emigres

the Southeastern section of the United So he took the indirect approach. H* ColumnBy

States was, at the moment in a place went to Canada, which is easier to enter OF HOMES

called Hamilton, Texas than the United States., and from there B. LARZ NEWTON

The man in Hamilton said he was pursuing came on to this country, also easier via Editor, FRIENDS OF TilE LIBRARYThe

other such emergency calls and that route. old lady who told the minister that she found much con- 6 Beautiful Model Homes

couldn't make it here for a week or so, Once in this U.S.A., Mr. Dorneich solation in "that blessed word Mesopotamia" was not entirelyat

but he'd see what, he could do. quickly found employment with the Klish some sea.words.There is comfort as well as beauty in the mere sound of Completely Furnished Completely/ / Equipped

Shortly there cam a call from the people because of his interest In electronic A literary journal once printed a list of the ten most beau FLORIDA LIVING AT IT'S
Klisch office In Chicago. A man who and his German background But tiful words in the opinion of an unnamed poet. The ten were: FINEST!
SEE
Identified himself as Richard Dorneich in order to keep the job, it was necessaryfor DAWN MIST
HUSH
aid it just so happened that h* would him to return to Germany and a periodof LULLABY LUMINOUS CHIMES The Malibu The Southern Belle The CardinalThe

b* leaving at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning training in the firm's factory at Kiel MURMURING GOLDEN Martinque Maison Bleu The Starfire II

for Guatemala on a mission similar toours So right back to Germany he went. TRANQUIL MELODY
Matthew Arnold appreciated LUMINOUS he likened the
that he'd detour via Venice. Now his in the United States as
gladly happily poet Shelley to an Ineffectual angel "beating his luminous wings AT EAST
I In midafternoon Tuesday we watched' again and rapidly becoming Americanized if vain.." GATEEAST

t with sinking heart as MtDorn.lch'l plane because h* is a young man who, could You may make a vivid study of words by consulting! some of
the books in your Free Public Library. The librarian can guide
groping around in fog and a driving conquer his personal complication just as VENICE AYE.
you' VENICE
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fenice-Nokomis' Woman's Club Opens Country Store On Wednesday I




.- Club's Annual FundraiserWill .a WF! 71 1 II I I

Feature Lunch Tea 4 I
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Nine Bazaar Sales BoothsVenice


Nokomis Woman'i 4:30 p.m. Mrs J. Leighton 1 t
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Club will be decked out in all Cornwell is chairman and Mrs.
sorts of old-fashioned items, Leslie Lovelace, co-chairman.
from a butter churn to a crack. Jewelry, ceramics and trinkets
er barrel, for its "Country will be offered at the Ght-
Store" Wednesday from 10 a. terbar, at which Mrs. Margaret 'c'1.s.D
m until Ii p.m at the clubhouse Busbey, chairman, and
Mrs. Walter Geisser, co-chair.
The Country Store, a bazaar, man, will presld.
Is the club'a major money- Both dress and casual hats ,t
raising project this year Mrs will be at the Bonnet Bar. Mrs
Donald Stevenson is general Glen Stephens is chairman and
chairman and Mrs. Walter will be assisted by Mrs. David
Wolf, co-chairman Goodman and Mrs Charles
The decorations committee Is Wynne.
responsible for the country Homemade cakes, pies, cook.
store atmosphere in which the lea, candies, rolls, jellies and
bazaar will be held Mrs Lloyd casseroles will be offered at -
a Shirley is chairman, assistedby Grandma's Kitchen of which
Mrs Lewis Eator. and Mrs. Mrs. Maurice Marr is chair.
Arthur Laughlm. man Her co-chairman is Mrs
New and old articles, useful Charles Brunet and she and
and ornamental, will be offered Mrs. Marr will be at the clubhouse
by the Trash and Treasure by 9 a.m. Wednesda
Booth which will sell such receive donations which will be
things as rugs, belts and a coffee accepted up to 2 p.m.
maker. The Book Nook, with Miss
At the Cracker Barrel Lunch. Laura Robb, chairman and
room patrons will be serveda Miss Anne Lothman, cochairman .
4 homemade lunch for 50 cents will sell books, paperbacks .AAier
M'n. and coffee for five cents a cup pictures, prints and : :; III
Decorations Committee: Mrs. Frank Burton, Mrs Lewis Eaton, Lloyd Shirleyand from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. magazines. A World Book En. Sew Sew Pretties: Mrs. Ray Lapping Mrs. T B. Richardson,
Mrs. Arthur Laughliar Tea will be served from 3 to cyclopedia will go to one of the Mrs. Glen McLeay and Mr.. Henry Lake
patrons at the end of the sale
Mrs August Waeldin la
'. chairman of the Country Post
.-......- Office, assisted by Mrs. Mark
Ever, and packages from 25
.
... "
cents to $2 will be offered at
that booth. l
a '
'
:r rn 1 Aprons and other handmade a 4R
sewing items will be displayedfor
.... sale at the Sew Sew Pretties
booth Mrs. Henry B Lake
will be in charge, with Mrs.T. '
,1
-y B. Richardson, cochairman. s
t.I .
r;,;' "," )0. 1- Seeds plants, flowers and
't"r!:' miniature rock gardens will
be sold at the Daisy Mae Car a
den booth with Mrs. Herbert 1 r- ,
f A # '
-.1.4 .. I. 2 Elam as chairman and Mrs -i w
J ...r1 rw. .str w 5 C Turkenkoph as cochair.man. .
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;.!,_. .... rr.7s Mrs Frank Burton will be
storekeeper and assist patrons
..... with selections

I Joseph Gerard will be on
S:. .. ., hand to analyze handwriting :
for the patrons.Former S
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t.// {rw.';' i' !; ;> : .
( :- Educator
'; .' ..t ,:<. .\t;,... ; .'. Speaks At GrangeMilo itc
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; ?"::,; : ';.'j:, Winchester of Millerton S
.
I; I > f":, N. Y.. former Dutchess Bonnet, Bar: Mrs Lewis Hester (club president) and Mrs. Glen Stephens
I f'' :f' .i.ir1d.71:1 : County (N.Y.) superintendent

I ',' ....----.__ .,_._._. .."_, _._. ._4 of the schools educational, will be in charge of .I I
Venice Grange program at Wed.the Postal Officer f Will Address Stamp CollectorsVenice
r Cracker Barrel Lunchroom: Mrs. Robert Wilcox and Book Nook: Miss Ann Lothman and Miss laura Robb nesday at 7:30: p meeting.m. at Venice
Mrs. Leslie Lovelace Civic
Center. Stamp Club membersand other postal affairs it the club Loan Assn. *
guests will hear E L. Sal meeting tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. The public is invited George
ey. Postal Service officer of I at the community room of Sarasota I I Youngberg Jr., president will i1
St. Petersburg, discuss postal Federal Savings and be in charge of the meeting.
the ZIP Code and
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FMf Will Visit SarasotaUSA

IJ' Lt. Marion Davis and

a 41'it Staff interview Sgt. Shirlee applicants J. Gardmierwill for Helena ShopWEST

officer and enlisted positionsin
the Women's Army Corps tomorrow VENICE AVENUE
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f Dresses and Sportswear for tf
11 Y No appointments will be
t 4 necessary. Further informationmay every occassion.
1
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PAGE EIGHT THE VENICE GONDOlIER --

Entries In Dessert' Contest


Barber Shoppers Venice Jr.-Sr. Students I Set For March 10 JudgingPreliminary


Show I in the Judge will be Mrs pit

ThursdayAt w e b ... A Eat "High On The Hog" statewide Orange judging Dessert Contest ey Mrs., Venice Rita Duel Hospital, dietitian Rw-i

k sponsored by the Florida former v.

Gulf TheaterThe 't ,,, a 9h iJ Gourmet-t pe Spanish rice, over to sample the fare Mrs. Ol1e! Salter, eight years I Citrus, Commission and Including several Ice ics High teacher School, and home Mm econ Doro?

gqu',:h, r "narh, pickled beets, Just how well Sarasota County there is in charge of Travis vegetables -, utility Power companies and Light Co, Gaynor GONDOLIER Woen
app!' r Iad with nuts and pine. students eat, by rigidly en. ; Mrs Thora Florida March 10. '. Editor.
"Barber Shop Chorus" + apple, garlic bread vanilla forced county standards, and eight years, salads; bread Mrs will be held here on Winners from each
Sarasota prize winning groupof pu 'ding, milk how sumptiously they eat at Grace Mann, four years, The contest closed Feb 15 district Q< ;Ibr
Violet even to
harmonize, will present an A deluxe menu, at a deluxe VHS, by any standards, should and butter and Mr and contestants will take their the wettw,.
evening of songs at the Gulf re aurant, at deluxe prices be good news to parents, who Hawkins, the newcomer to the entries to the Florida Power division will compel fa tt\.
Theater Thursday at 8:00: p.m. No. certainly did not get this kind staff, i.i a helper who began and Light Co. kitchen on W semi-finals In Saraaot
will This was last Thursday of school lunch when they were a year ago Miami Ave., between 2 and 3 March SI. The state ItJ
The group i appearance menu at Venice High School In high schooL! The dining room take in between p.m. on March 10, w
mark the fourth musical program H and the for and $7000 a will be choMn: in the fy
in series of six which I a cost as heaping a Many interesting facts came $8000 Mr. Katherine Blackshear. .
the Optimist a Club of Roberts plate as any student wanted, to light month, all of which goes to the FPL county home service representative competitions on April 2j{ It
I t was 33 cents (by the week) or upkeep of the VHS school lunch will be In charge Winter Haven.
has this First the lunchrooms ,
Bay sponsored season are required set low in
r 40 cents (rash Salaries
j I to a certain -
A GONDOLIER reporter, serve Sarasota County with incentive

The Sarasota Chapter of curious and drooling after amount of protein vitamin. A. raises, achieve a maximum of -- -----..._r r r--..
to each student
SPEBSQSA i II under the diree I scanning the school menu and C and butter $193 a month after five years, ,
tion of E. A Hinkley of Ven- which now are a regular tea- each day. This keeps the with additional amount for
ice This group placed third In ture of the Monday edition, school on Its Type A rating, course taken by the lunchroom : keep weeds *
'a\Yay
the Florida State contest In f; called Mrs Maragret Weave, which Is required at all Sarasota worker. This, Mri _
j 1962 The Sarasota Chapter VHS lunchroom manager on County schools The lunch. Weaver said makes for good
has previously appeared in e. are expected to produce one. and for 1-2
I Thursday and invited herself help, their staying longer : years
Venice upon several occasions I 1 third the required dally i taking a more personal Interest

be Tickets for the program may It uIF VHS amount three of.fourths the nutrients the daily; at in the Rtudents II with one application!
obtained at the Gulf Theater SCHOOLMENUS amount ii served Staff I* "Tops"She
on the night of the perform I k required says her staff i II tops,
ance. Tickets may be purchased County Schools G tt Aid and Principal John Davis II
in advance at Hart's Import \ The adherence to Type A echoes her, including Mn II onr.o
House, W. T. Grant Depart f rating permits the school to Weaver In his statement, I
LOX
ment Store, or from members School lunch menus in the take pert in the state-admin! "The are so vitally Interested 1" TR
of the Optimist Club. area for Feb. 24 through 28 are tered federal surplus-foods aid in" the children and the ,

The Lyceum Building FundIs published today by The GON lions. school program that they will : .
sponsored by the Optimist THERE IS AN UNHEALTHY senior or JunlorVlgh school DOLIER, with the cooperation do anything for them banquets -
Club of Roberts Bay and is student in the Venice area two person surely NOT respon of the school lunchroom man. milk can be sold to students fish fries, dinner and ,
dedicated to the construction sible are Mrs Margaret Weaver, right Venice High School] agers, for the convenience ot for 5 cents whereas the cost II all sorts of extracurricularthings t
of a large building which can lunchroom manager, and her assistant, Mrs Juanita Anderson mothers of the students 6 items% cents, and other available surplus when money is neededby :i'
accommodate a wide variety of one of the two VHS bakers, who is shown doubling at Venice Elementary School the are made to the students," he said "A
schools
programs of interest to the the cash register during lunchtime. The deliciousness of the MONDAY good part of the time they do --.. .-
many civic and cultural organizations food and the varied menus are the responsibility of Mrs. 8n wballaMaihtd Next, to insure proper eatIng it for nothing. but sometimes I is the easy way to destroy weeds In Ip
with
in the South County Weaver (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) mt.torcrap no corners cut, no there is enough to reimburse TRIOX brick walks
ores beanCorot .U.ka school Is permitted to have :In them somewhat he addedDavis patios driveways etc. iI
the bank more money than Is
Uranus
1 rvid and batty" required to feed the student and other teachers, Get rid of weeds which spoil tile appearance of your I
I TtKSDATlTnrkw M'lk a month Surplus goes into bet. professed to be prejudiced I patio driveway brick walks garden paths eta tRIOX

"...11. ter eating, or rather, fancier when they said they lunches believed I not only kills weeds, it makes soil barren preventing
the best school anywhere
tiffed a*trrLe cuts of this and that.
plant growth from 1 to 2 follow label direction
aped tomatoaafrmh were served at VHS. years.
uea And last, but not least, the I
ENTER rawb.ir bananiuK ..hltaekaPen students may have all they So i I. the reporter- who hadbeen and cautions. I

roll want. The meat dish is served dieting when she showed I VENICE SEED & FEED STORE I
I Milk for lunch and would probably -
1 but more is always addedat up
WFDNESrMI.Hamburnr. II.... the student' request.. Everything have thought baked nails I The Complttt Gon/M Center/ I
Union Reap-. Dill Co paR else is there for the itu delicious. Still, her memory 24t W. M/om; Art. Venice/ ...,.. Mote 4W-J457 I
CULLIGAN'SHARD ,d llllM. poUUwaWaldorf dente to was good enough to make com-
help themselves
except .. ...
raid '
w.- "
Puma dessert, and only rule ii parlsonl: -. :;, .:;; .:., ;. .. .:-.;_ ___r
Molk that the student should clean: For sure, the past generation
rsrltsodvlnrkd his__plate. never had it so good.
.
Her.Rekd .
WATER CONTEST pMataaa "I don t care how much they IIaeRdla. pia
Ewll.h; i pas est but we do feel waste
Apple wadntPumpkin should be discouraged" Mrs
R. ,In brad pie Weaver said ASK DAD-HE KNOWS !

WIN MilkFRIDAY. The school feeds from 700 to _
'.Ian plus 800 students a diY In three
ro...".. old sittings, from VHS and
VJHS.
P.niry ",.,_ THE URGE TO ESCAPE FROM THE WORRY, STRUGGLE NOISE AND TENSIONOF
The .
0t... ...IVaPh enormous immaculate kitchen CITY LIVING-
'""ocI psch. contains four stoves with
fREE Milk ovens and two additional baking THE DREAMS OF A SUBURBAN COUNTRY ESTATE AS HIS OWN PRIVATE

ovens, a walk-in refrigerator HAVEN OF SECURITY.
$100. Nokomis Elementary School
MONDAY: a cold storage room, a THE NEED TO EXPEND A BIT OF ENERGY SEEDING, PLANTING AND GROW.
Pork and petals aaaaaroteBu dish room and bread room and ING THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS, SHRUBS, TREES AND FRUITS THAT ONLY
.
I salad
d a and dessert refrigerator
r anparar '
Annie carrot and ral.ln salad FLORIDA CAN PROVIDE TO BEAUTIFY HIS ESTATE.
(on purchase of Culligan Automatic 8..W.' rud.".
Milk Baking Done At VHS
Water Softener) Ttre9DAY. All baking is done at the A Visit Inspection and Purchase at

On. suereamd rlre school, by Mrs. Juanita Anderson -
T..ad. eai.dmmarrbrad and Mlsa Betty Evett They
MISSION VALLEY ESTATESLAUREL
.
,
I and .butur appUaanoaBread have been at VHS eight years

FREE MlaWCONCSDAYr The and seven fact that years mrle, respectively teachers: ROAD: EAST LAUREL FLORIDA

Hamburg,,".rd PI.'takK ,atoeaH ave over their pies and cakes Will prove the best Investment you will ever mate in UnJ The seven hundred awn
"II.r'-I p imraf Is all that is needed to speak of developed estate parcels will appeal to all who want a
.
i AQUA SPRING rent 4 .lo for their products
Hrt' ,all li minimum of one acre for a homent
Milk The main dish I.1 prepared
TRIIKDAYiDili daily by Mrs Nellie! Taylor, Estate parcels are priced at far lest than city lots. Reasonable down payment

HOME WATER PURIFIER K. p'rnlr.u d "II'Hmi,.h hun_*,ndwlrh In. Esther Johnson and Miss end attractive terms.

rut ha', alydAot Betty Brock Mrs. Taylor and You Ate Invited fo KiewAe Parachute Jumps by The Mission Yatttf
p\o\ lias Brock have been at VHS
r Milk Sky Divert Every SundayWEDNESDAY
FREE FRIDAY. for nine years each Mrs
M", .. .l ,led. .h_ .11_ Johnson, for five years --- ,.. ... '
Rnllrrd phal. k.l .ors .
Itu ore) roan beauOraniMi --
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Each Night at TRI-CITY HOME SHOW k ; i FEB. 26
Venice Junior' and Senior I

Feb. 26, 27, 28, 29 MONDAY High Schools I 10 am. to8p.m.
Soppr vasnutted
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ma rd pass
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THE VENICE I GONDOLIER I n __ PAGE NTNEIAR


Will Send Mrs. Alber

Mahoney "Ruins"Meat

I c Conference Next Month ty i is


Alber will be theDaughter The collection contains some ,4, 4rt DeliciouslyDaniel
larry
r.tkeChaPter'grE ofEAmerkan 12,000 items of miscellaneous Vk I
\ dele decorative art manufatts

to the stale conference which belonged to families V. (Dan) Mahoney, wrote It:
% 31 through April 2 In prominent in the early history 1 r'k today guest for the GONDOLIER Charcoal-broiled Steaka
'a : of the country. Various state food column, warns la MahoneyI
*a vowels; ; elected .t the societies maintain period dls that before he gives his reel prefer to cook a round.

_*! Wednesday play rooms but items from historic pe for charcoal broiled iteak a boned sirloin, two or more Inches
/Up'f were Mesdames Carl periods prior to 1830 are la Mahoney he wants prospective thick and weighing eightto saa tr
,-essrr W T, Pettit, Benjamin in general displayed in the museum followers of the recipe to nine pounds
dr. Alexander Murphy and and state rooms. know that they probably will Trim all fat from the steak,
,?,, Mrs William The r+- -i think they are There will be additional trimming '
museum, open to the
art Thayer ded at the tea ,public on weekdays, is located u jruinlng the needed, even after the -
..11 prey Mrs William in the administration a meat. butcher trims it. Then apply a ?
h. President' and wel- of the National building BISHOP IIARGRAVE H I 11 friends, thick coating of salt to the )
In charge Society
Th/
1I1'e was the first time steak on both sides and rub :
,med a "** member Mrs. they see him it in with your fingertips. (This

::am E. Carson of Kansas G. Howland Bishop Visits r prepare it, are is the step that most persons r
y, Named sure this is so, fear is ruining the meat since J
Samuel Marshall pre. he said He the quantity of salt used is
Mrt USF Honor At St. Mark'sThe
old a program on the Nut- Student promises that much greater than one would
DAR Museum In Wah Gary Howland Venice this Is not true. apply for seasoning after cook
,.I student -
Rt. Rev William L. Har-
anointed! by Col. Evan P. Mahoney was ing.) j
at
ion, University of South of St,
grave Petersburg Episcopal c
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born
Cook
the
showed slides of Florida I in Wash. steak over a hot
,rice who Tampa, was one of suffragan bishop of the
the relics In the mu- the Mahoney Ington, D. C? charcoal fire seven to ten minutes
of 247 students in USK
ne s stu- South Florida diocese married
was entertained a native WashingtonIan on each side, dependingon
um dent body of 4,GOO to be named at breakfast and
a yesterday was to honor status prior to confirmation Georgetown University Law .
THE BEST Honor students are those rites at the 9 a.m. service School. He was a patent and The salt forms a crust, when
who earned an average of 3,5 Twenty-three persons were trademark attorney in the nat the steak is put on the hot fire TEETH CHECK TIME last week at sees Other dentists who contributed their, service
FOR LESS while carrying a full study confirmed. Bishop Hargrave ional capitol for 10 years un- and very little of it Mont Calf load during the fall trimester. celebrated holy communion at til he Joined a large New York the meat It seals in the juices assisting the Junior Section of VeniceNokomis mond Duke, Dr Frederick Stiamme f,i
Those who maintain the status the 7:30: a,m. service, firm during cooking and Imparts avery Woman's Club in their annual program Leon ferry and Or far) M; lwm The iro- I.
s e was HUGH for two trimesters will participate The breakfast was for the He became firm partner In i piquant flavor to the Dr, Ronald] Higel is shown examining the cram( is the major junior sc :hun pr n .t
SfSSi i McPHERSON in the Honors Convocation confirmation class] the vestry 1932 and continued with his meat. teeth of some of the 280 students checked at Mrs Robert Jones is chairman
//59-140| 4886547 which opens the academic members and their wives and practice in New York City until When the steak is removed Nokomis Elementary School on Thursday (GONDOLIER PHOTO b, Bob Ot.-___. "_'it 1
year in September. the bishop his retirement in 1958 He from the fire, the salt crust is

.. ,, and Mrs. Mahoney live in Gulf removed to prevent its over. "
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Elferdink's! of 0
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Mahoney Is a member of ter Slice vertically as you
RESORT & CRUISE WEAR Venice Gourmet Club would a London Broil but in Ladies Elks Auxiliary $100000 liquidation Sale! I
Here is his will meet tomorrow at t pm.
he
tD recipe, M slightly thicker slices Seen Soon On f
at the Elks Han on East VenIce UP TO 49% OFF

by. B Ave.

McMullen" Evan Picon. Stacy Ames Six Couples Make Slam Bids NPC Shop CenterNORTH .t

R Jlm Ltigu Majestic Branigan L
Social Cards i
CHARLOTTEA
PORT
During
PartySix
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Roger Vans Cole of California jE break-through in the long

k Country St Lady Arrow drawn-out discussion on the
i 0 couples bid pad made a silver bowl. Hostesses were
r slams at the Venice-Nokomis Mrs Lewis Danklefs] chairman proposed shopping facilities In
DRESSES from .................11.95 Woman Club social card Mrs Fergus Hunter and North Imminent.The Port. Charlotte appears S moll Oig* Service

S HORTS) from .................... 6.95 party Wednesday at the N. Mrs W S- Rmehart board of directors of the
Harbor Drive clubhouse Duplicate bridge is playedat
North Port Charlottes Civic
3LOUSES from .................. 4.95 They were Miss Jean Kent the clubhouse each Thurs- Association feels] recent steps 488-6690 '
S Petites Juniors MitssWonWs Sits and Mrs John Irvine; Mrs day at 1 p,m. Members, guests taken by General] Development]
Elizabeth Caldwell and Mrs and friends are welcome at Corp., in formally petitioningfor 4.Hss r s-.... JoU J. Liston: :
Half Sires James Caldwell; Mrs, S. C. both the social card parties change in deN restrictions -,
E Turkenkoph and Mrs Elizabeth and the duplicate bridge. indicates a willingness to I Iprovide
Caldwell; Mrs. John R. the sought-after shopping .- '
THE RESORT SHOP Hogan and Mrs. Hilton Ridlon; < center
Bible
Mrs Joseph Welgler and Mrs Study Group The directors have agreed to no soaking '
SWIM no scrubbingwith -
205 W. VENICE AYE. VENICE SUITS Elizabeth Caldwell and Mrs. Hosts Missionary request property owners in the ( ,
Thelma] Tresher and Mrs. Hil- Fifteenth Addition, which surrounds safe 'flower-fresh' ''=

..""""" ...;.. J.. o"I ". _""", (lI.! .:..... _.....__......... ton Ridlon. Mrs.Guatamala Jean Olsen will, show missionaryto slides the proposed center, to

.........-.-... ....- The site of the center is on ,
bridge Door prizes were
a meeting of the Matrons' Bible '
the north side of U.S. 41 between CLEANING by Duraclean
awarded to Mrs J. Peter Cos Study Group tomorrow at
!fun, Mrs P Leathley and Biscayne Drive and Eager r AItORW we,rtttor. colon I
ASK DAD-HE KNOWS I 8 p.m at the home of Mrs. Ii
St., directly across from i
Mrs S. C Turkenkoph I James Dempsey of 224 Salerno the All Mrvlc. ton I, you ho,,. ,ti i
present shopping center.
Mrs Hunter's -O '
Fergus refreshment St FvmMtlngi dr*In in. Mm. dovDURACLEAN "+. j 6

The experts In 1930 pr.dicted our U.S. population growth to b. en hundred s!.tyf table centerpiecewas Mrs Dempsey's cohostesswill During the has past recommendedaction year the association ""f lrtErrEl h

f five million by the end of the 20th Century This figure has already been *.e*.dd of yellow and orange calendulas be Mrs, Jack Wilkinson.All on an access road fronting 1ate Ma[
] daffodils and ferns In women are Invited.
by more than IS million peopl.. the proposed center by the
city commission General De-
THEY NOW PREDICT velopment Corp has also requested --
Dental Check Is SERVICE
CompletedOn such steps and action
OVER 214,000,000 BY 1970 ((6 years hence) by the commission is expectedIn Rt. I I. Boi 69C Nokomis Phone 488.1104

AND,2 OOOOOOO BY 1980 ((16 years hence) 874 Elementary Students Members the near of future.the associationwill --I'ti

be brought to date lit
What Will Land Values Be In The Next 6.16 Years? The Junior Section of Venice- Elementary] were Mesdames the entire situation up by Director on-

Nokomis Woman Club in its James Burns, Frederick Robert C Orr Jr, who is 1 KENT
THE OPPORTUNE TIME TO BUY IS NOW! annual dental screening, < program Strammer, Bill Cline and Lynn alto] chairman of the newly. SAL ErORTHOCRO
with the cooperation of Younger. created City Planning and Zoo.
MISSION VALLEY ESTATESLAUREL local dentists, checked the Assisting the dentists at Nokomis ng Board LIMITED I I SUPPLY
teeth of 874 students at Epiphany Thursday were Mrs Every member is urged to
LAUREL FLORIDA Venice and Nokomis Elementary Glenn Stephens, Junior section participate In this meeting at
I
ROAD EAST Schools last week. chairman, Mrs. Gene O Hel 7:30: p,m., Wednesday Feb. 26
Offers you 3. 4 and 5 acre stt, "parcels at attractive prices. and convenient Area dentists who donated ser, Mrs Donald Pattison and at the North Port Charlotte .'
payment (Estate Zoning allows one home pr acre.) their services to the projectwere Mrs. Dwight Hines. I Civic Center

PS.-Worn. of Mission Valley/ Sly Oif.n Club fVoc&uf Jump Every Snd Fredrick Strammer Dr Leon chairman. action
YOU ARE WELCOME project by the members on a
Wecrlh.r Terry, Dr Ronald Hegel and Parents of children needing proposed change in the byaws i
Dr. Jarl Malwin dental attention are notifiedby If adopted, nominations I ALL PURPOSE
The junior section has been mail. for the office of second vice.
JIRIIIr'-: Ul li II ,__flIIIIW} .WIIJI, n."" hollMII1IIIilIINMIQI S li J u sponsoring the project for nine president will be made from

years. They raise the funds by the floor with election to the LIQUID PLANT FOOD )a
presentation of their Venice Lgion Auxiliary post to followlmmediately, } I

Follies each year Dental work Talky Pertinent committee reports Bay one at regular' price of
Will Hear
for needy children Is cared for will be pre ented. A color travelogue .
HOUSEWIVESWIN from the funds.Assisting will be ,shown after the $4.98 and get 2nd gallon for IcR

at Epiphany School Mrs. Adams meeting. ( .g. Price 9.96 for 2 Gallons)
where elementary school age Mrs. Benjamin Adams, past Announcement of the rules
FAME and FORTUNE! in the children were screened Wednesday New Hampshire Auxiliary vice governing a contest for an acceptable NOW 499 SAVE 197VENICE
were junior section president and past national design of a North'ort

America"CONTEST members Jr and Mrs Mrs. George Edward Wheeler Vitale., Auxiliary northeast vice area-president, will be,of guest the be made Charlotte, All entries city seal must will ben SEED & FEED STORE

"Mrs. Assisting that day at Venice by April 1. The winner will
of
speaker at the meeting
receive a $2i.00 government "Tfce Complete Garden Center"
today
American Legion Auxiliary
bond and
at 8 p,m. at the Legion the the design will appear 241 Miami Ave. Venice Phone\ 488-3457
on
next issue of the
AT VENICE EAST Nokomis East Hall
city directory.
Her talk will be "The Shot _....JIId

AMERICA" IS NOT Heard Round the World," a
I "MRS.
Zoning Talk discussion of the world effectsof

a beauty CONTESTER the assassination of the late

OVER of th. title. MRS. VENICE Newly] elected officers of Nokomis President Kennedy Mrs Arthur -
winner
East Assn will presideat Swanson will be in chargeof the
EAST will receive a valuable prn* and 90 the group's meeting tomorrow the Americanism pro ram
on to Miami all *i.p nm paid to competefor at Nokomis Fire Hall I and Girl Scout Troop 7 will
$3 0 0 0 0 the title Mrs. Florida." The housewife L. W' Barnes is the new present a flag ceremony.
chosen Mrs. Florida will compete for the president.The The public is Invited and refreshments smartestswim

coveted title of "Mrs. America," at St. Ptriburg business meeting will will be served ,,
Hr'i your chance to become Hi. follow a covered dish supperat The troop met with Auxiliary I
IN PRIZES worlds travelmgeit housewife, with all expenses 5:30: p.m. to which members members Wednesday to make \Y
paid. Thousands of dollars in cash and! are requested to bring a cover poppy corsages for patients at suitsare

Sponsored by VENICE EAST the fabulous prizes, including an all ..".nse ed dish and their own cups and Venice Hospital during Poppy
of silver Mrs Elmer Wiltse is Days on Feb 28-29.
Siriioti weeks vacation for two, on the Island
County Mrs. America
chairman.

Contest' will b. held SUNDAY, Curacao, and the a complete form blow fashion and have wardrobe it In supper Speaker of the evening will Does Will Meet het.e !

MARCH 8th at Venice. East Complete be Francis X. Nutto, chairmanof 1
LA the mail before March 5th Any merrledST the County Planning<< Com- New Officers HUNDRED'S OF NEW SUITS
DAY FOR REGISTRATION woman, 21 years or older, who I. an American mission, who will talk on zoning ,
Thursday, March 5th. citizen and a resident of Venice, Sarasota and answer questions from Venice-Nokomis Drove 141, t' ; ALL FAMOUS BRAND NAMES

Englewood, and Port Charlotte, or area the audience- Benevolent and Patriotic Orderof have arrived!'
Does, will meet Thursday at
Other officers and board
may enter. members new are H J. Stites, vice- 8 p.m at the Elks Hall with the One and Two Piece .... $8.95 to $21.95
-
;- president; Edna M Frech, secretary newly installed officers pre. Sires< 10 to 46 Many with Skirts and Jackets '
OFFICIAL "MRS. AMERICA" CONTESTENTRY I and treasurer, and siding
1 board members W. C. Cates, Members are urged to attend '
CLIP I BLANK : George Huitema, C. L Tivenan the meeting to become ac. t THEY-RE HERE : OUR BEAUTIFUL
R B. Wade and Elmer quainted with the new officers
I 25th ANNUAL "MRS. AMERICA" CONTEST I Wiltse Does officials said \ SPRING COLLECTION

1 Fill In The Entry Blank And Mail To: I .

AND 1 "MRS. AMERICA" CONTEST HDQS. I CHILD CARE CENTER : 'of Misses and Women's [,
i
I 1278 NORTH PALM AVENUE Sarasota. Florid I I Open 6 Days a Week A f" ( DRESSES SPORTSWEAR
I $ i) '
MAIL I L would like to enter the Mrs. Amric*" Contest. Please I I MISSES DRESSES SUM to
I DAY CARE-7:30: a.m. to 5:3'0: p.m. .Io. t 10 20
send m* rules and complete information. I KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 9;00 \ -. WOMEN'S DRESSES SUM I2'/' to 241'/,

am to 11:30 a.m. ':" "
TODAY : SEPARATE NURSERY FOR BABIES l t
Name """
6 Months to 2 y*..... j'1 \' s' .i ? Elegance Wftftovf Extravagance ,

City, T- : PLAY SCHOOL DAILY '
Address !fy
,
7i COTTON FAIR
LAUREL DAY SCHOOL THE
Zip. Cod. __ Peon.Signatuje I '''
.. State --: : '*'
a AND NURSERY 234 Tamiami Tr. Venice Phone 4884743ONDAY II

__ -- Date I 11. Lurl Rd. t Old Trail 488-2639 a

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I A'N 19-Inch SILVERTONE PORTABLE TV

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Given Away 9:00: PJ. Saturday, Register at
Sears Home
February 29th. Register at Sears l jJ Show Boothl!
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1 E Venice Home Show Booth! \ ,. t : 11 You Present Need To Not Win nB.!

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Our Finest! Reg. $239.95 Lady Kenmorci



i 9-CYCLE, 12-POUND

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l r- Hugh 12-lb. wash load capacity! 9 611-fabric cycles Include Pn
1 I i :: 1 f r '' Wash, Cold Water, Spin only!
: 'I One dial sets proper Time, Speed, T Temperature! Fills to any watt
L' level saves on water!
y' I Exclusive self.cleaning lint filter traps all lint, flushes it away .
= ==Ei:
tj I iii you never touch itl!
= 5-YEAR
;IiIuh fh1zu = F. GUARANTEE Automatic bleach and rinse additive dispenser!

-'r"------" Fr.. replacement end (*rv> Matching AllAutomaticElectric $15 8

ice of any parts which prove Dryers, Sale . .
defective within of 0 0 0 0sele.
PRICE I CUT $$31.95 3 1 9 5 I!I parts. In Defective automatic one gear washers year:...


is 14-cu. ft. ALL FROSTLESS Coldspot for only tnttallatton.replaced yeah, charging for Free 4 additional only replacement a, Save $$31.95 9 5 KENMORE

of defective
Refrigerator Freezer parti within 30 days porcelain : 30-Inch Electric Range
:if tale) r 4! r,


Regular $319.95! $ 2 88 YOU A TRADE-IN NEVER NEED AT r 11 ee e e e Regular $189.95! $1 CQ

White or Coppertone SEARS. I White, CoppertoneNO 19 0
MONEY DOWN '" '
+ ; ,cr 'r NO MONEY DOWN, NO TRADE-IN NEEDED!
NO MONEY DOWN NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED! UP TO 36 MONTHS TO w"" "
PAY Ask Sear taleiman "'
Fan-forced air stops frost, maintains steady cold temperatures how you may; have up to 3: v ""- Buy 30.in. Gas Rang tn whl!* or Coppertone at
TRUE freezer stores 151 Ibs. "zero fresh 23qt. twin crispers full yoan 3 pay for' SeanHome kEr ''p came price! Hat bUllt'ln.grlddl.., clock, timer
Appliance j ,. ay Vitl-Bait* oven door. Electric with automatic
,. rang
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shelves inch of and let I ... ..
Spacemaster use every space you design :-- ;r oven, infinite heat, ttorag drawer, removable
your own refrigerator. Clean-back styling fits flush to walls Expert ServiceDIAL door.Price .
958.5511
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23-Inch Console TV


(overall diagonal) SS
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4X area reception! Sealed tuner locks out dust corroulv dementi! atturi s+r "' ;'
.L S :. peak performance and greater dependability! Push button on-off switch, tat '
'; and forget volume control! Big lighted tuner dial. Slim decorator-dengnd _: a
lowboy cabinet Is leu than 13-inchei deep!Genuine mahogany veneer and cabinet; s
r 1 1 t 14,000 0 0 0 BTU Coldspot



; Air Conditioners $159.95 ALL CHANNEL r SEARS DOES NOT ESTAB.

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Save In C h Portable TVs .= PRICES to allow or "tradn"pricei. totalled"discount" \! !

n w w Seari original prices
$$201 I $199.1 ( diagonal) f'' '*' = ere low pries.f .


NO PAYMENTS UNTIL JUNEI! Save $$20.85 5! $ '1 39 f t : :' ,

Ultra-Quiet cooling padded air passages, lows speed. fan, t";' f" 90-Day FREE Service ,_
engineered for least sound s I.Yeal'Tube! and PartsGUARANTEE
2 speed, thermostat control set it, forget it NO MONEY kf. A : ::..
DOWN, NO TRADE-IN NEEDED! '' r i Fnw tuou Mnio*M in?ftlnrtoM OTNol*
Metal I parts Zinc-Clad inside and out to resist rust an d. l lin.. overall diagonal', 174-iq. I In. 4 { .TY.. viewing Upl.nL8iInuOVil'PralfHLandy *
area. I.-aROrra.rxdn.nlu\ 90dq.
weather all year around ? I I uP-front eonrel- Tinted. akYrr"oLen. .... IT Mr tulM or put,1 Onpfetunbih : >
Kenisan air filter traps dust, pollens "avail: glare. LJ9htw.'9llt' Compact built for S r 1 xrnra '.-, proTMifofcoUnvitlr DO tt? .


f' SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE -
1201 South Tamiami! Trail SARASOTA
SHOP
+: SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK SEARS Phone 958-7711 I Free Storeside Parking I I MONDAY THURSDAY NIGHTS, FRIDAY AT, SATURDAY SEARS 'TIL AND 9r

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pONOAY{ FECRUARY 24, 1964

THE V E N I ICE GONDOCIER: I ,pAE ELEVEN
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-- Boats For Sale Boats For: Sale | Wanted ;-Buy--


14FTFEATHERCRAFT, 18-F'T. 1960 VIKING BOAT, HEAVY DUTY DEEP SEA "
il aluminum fishing boat. A-1 with steering and controls outfits Good condition.
condition. $1110. Apply "Pla- New paint Job. Fiberglass top Reasonable Phone 4B8-1843.
more" Myakka River, So Windshield. $140 38 Plumoaa
Venice. Dr., Venice Bay Trailer Park.

58, 19-FT INBOARD. 75 H.P. FREEPICK

...., MUST SELL 22' "Revel Valve-Pinto. Hard top, plywood I I
,
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Craft"
cabin cruiser standup fiberglass top and bot-
CLASSIFIED Lots Wanted Rentals head; twin 1961 40 H.P. Ev- tom. Tunnel stern controlled UP YOUR FREE Sch-(
Business OpportunityFILL Trailers inrude "Lark" motor, Loaded either forward or aft. 12-in. warm) basic record library
1-j-j0 LOTS. Must be reas.enable. draft. Suitable for bay or gulf catalog at Alpha Music & Appliance I
RATES State price, location, MODERN FURNISHED 2 ENORMci SDEMAND--: 2 LARGE: CORNER LOTS and with extra Everything in excellent Sacrifice 1500. Can be financed. opposite theatre. Opentil
BB. Box 746. Venice. rooms, bath. Central ducted A Multi-Million Dollar Indus Trailer. Florida room, 37-foot condition. Ph. 428-4961 Phone 488.3157.ONESTO. 10 p.m.
Rr* both T1tund.y.mI heat, cedar closets, electric try Today A Billion Dollar carport front and rear walks .
Qatai i kitchen. -- .... -
Adults. ...
Monday Editions Houses For Yearly basis. Industry Tomorrow. Amway cemented. 11x11 CB utility
Sale $80 month. Write P. 0. Box Corporation has over 50 pro room screened porch. One of
SUO SACRIFICE For Quick Sale 1302, Venice.MODERN. ducts for home and Industry. the best. Longwood Parkwayand I

Save 3000. Beautiful 1 bed The largest direct selling or- Shady Lawn Place, Noko-
FURNISHED 4
((12 word minimum J I room, air-conditioned CBS rooms, bath, electric kitchen need ganization distributors in the world. We mis East.
. Additoal' W 6c home. SmaU mortgage month cedar closets central duct for every
ly payment $37.30. Large. carport heating alrcondltioning.I Adults state and$50 to Canada$10,000 Investmentsfrom Auto For Sale I

CASH rc+./. both Thursday many needed extras Yearly basis, $110 month Write size of Distributorship.dependingon Tremendous V
\i Monday Edittoni Make offer Owner, 119 Aero PO. Box 1302 V nlce.
,nJ 1962 MERCEDES-BENZ
Ave.. North Port Charlotte. profits early retire. 190D
J $1.40 DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS. 2 ment. Investigate this Business Diesel Radio, Heater, air AUTOMOBILE
BY OWNER. 2 Bedroom, 1U baths, complete by season or Opportunity at Amway Booth conditioner. Good clean car. l
I mInImum I bath, central heat air-con year. 100 The Esplanade, 488. "Trl-City Home Show," Feb Excellent mileage. Call 4882030 '
|112| word each ditioned. Furnished or unfur 5698. 25 29, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Ring :: after 4 week days. Anytime SERVICE ;
Addition! Words Se nlshed. 300 San Marco Dr., ling Bros. Winter Home Ven on Saturday.
Venice CASEY KEY on the Gull. 2 ice Airport. Ask for Mr. S. M. f4 .
M A....* '*.' sloe bedroom furnished house "Jim" Jimison.ESTABLISHED. '64 CHEV a/4.TON Pickup, less
"
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*.. ,." _. 1_".'.._"U'LiTl BY OWNER. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Screened porch. 488.1333, 488- than 2,000 miles $2,000 lakes I
rea baths Central it. 447 E,
*" Li tHm *l 'tTTritl'wl e heat, air-con 2151. ANNUAL Pro- Hazelwood Road
us. .... .*" P.O. ditlonlng. Near beach. motion. Will\ sell Venice Gardens
brW* O* Many Venice and
... ...hor r ,..11. to ......,.... extras 400 Mahon Dr, Venice. FOR RENTALSIn Clearwater Franch'ses.! $10,000- Complete Body Upholstery and Repair Facilities

Venice Area Will pay big dividends on In. '61 CHEVY WAGON, take over REPAIR FACILITIES
"CLASSIFIED DISPLAY See vestment. Part time. Financ payment 936 Groveland, be
Doe. Edition P*' Inch H00IcHi WAT1WKONT SPECIAL CHIPS JOHNSON ing to qualified persons. Have fore 2:30: p.m. 2 TYPES OF WRECKERS OFFERING {

'" Editions per' Inch $3.50 Aw..u., ,.....tJcajlp _. .f.I. Realtor other Interests Ask for Mr S. ,
W.. I UK. Irma TtW bull sod M. "Jim" Jimison at the "Tri-
All C...;/n'J .d.* p y.w. Inudraec..xc.pt ......,. k>IH-l, OB. r\... Urn 306 W. Venice Av*. 488-2278 City Home. Show," Feb. 25-29, 64 Buick LeSabre4Dr. 24-HOUR SERVICEFREE
10
lot. a m. to 10 .
ferMMd awe VENICE p m Venice
onrlookln GARDENS. Furnish. ?
.. established+ ..... Hurt M to wprwteunlu ed :2 I bedrooms 2 baths. Season Mingling Bros Winter Quarters Hardtop Sedan TELETYPE SERVICE THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH
.
ace- 111,100, tarn*. Br ownir. or thru October. 488-3582. Airport.
Parts Available For More Than 100,000 Vehicles
JIll U.PUIH. Dr, Orcrtwook Gu. 3000 Miles
CANCELLATION 0 r 4...., BnvWwood.VENICE. AT OSPREY, on Private Estate LOW CAPITAL Investment re-
ADJUSTMENT unfurnished 4 bedroom; quired to purchase equity was $4000 Car Free Courtesy Car While Yours Is In Our Body Shop I'

Requests for cancellation ... GARDENS i living room with fireplace;: from local moving and storage Now $3500R.
tr idjustmtnt b. e i u.. of Waterfront $17,800.00 kitchen; dining room; laundry;: company. Excellent opportun BOND AUTO PARTS AND BODY SHOP

I in f must* be made for 3 bedroom 2 tile baths, show. one bathroom; gas furnace and ity for owner-operator repre- I I. RHODES
er off master bedroom, stove; GE refrigerator; vdr onting one of nation's largest
Gondolier BEFOREI 300 Seaboard Ave. Phone 488.6550
Thundty Florida room, closed garage table garden; garage, avr ransportation companies Cur. Magnolia Ave. 1i t

,/II.Gondolier on Monday.BEFORE For Moo4 5- plus finished utility, modern able March first rent $100 years rent business with excellent established two Nokomis i ....---........................... -
kitchen with eating space. monthly annual basis, Phone reputation Tel. 483-5310
"11I. on Tnursdey. Lot 85 feet wide, city water Seaman 966-2825, or your own in area. Business includes storage -- -- -
and Realtor local moving, packing and
PHONE sewer, paved street withcurb.
booking! inter. ,
and intra-atale
Best of drainage. Plus
Boats
488-3125 washer, dryer: mower,, Wanted To Rent meet furniture moves. Owner must For Sale
drapes and pump for water van lines requirements \4/1 THRU THEReal
Ing. No work or expense :2 I BEDROOM FURNISHED, for transfer franchise. All replies MUST SELL, 14-ft BOAT, 25
needed. Clean and in best of air condition home for confidential. Write to P. H.P. electric starter motor
Real Estate 0. Box 304 Laurel Fla. trailer
condition inside and out. three months. Call 4885980. canopy windshield. Estate
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor Fully equipped $260. 1028 I
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL -
Myrtle Ave.
S adjoining Iota with 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Mobile HomesNEW Help WantedMALE IS

tar each on newly 4lanedTunianu $88 MONTHLY Including taxes OR FEMALE for
credit
Trail (U.S. 41) with and insurance, buys a 45x20 :2 Bedroom. 1% manager. Good f t4Jj Corner
starting salary ,
d.pthi ranging from 223' to beautiful new 2 bedroom home baths mobile home. Set upon with chance for advance- BEAUTIFUL

5U' backing up to 60" wide No cash needed if you have your lot, $6,250. Phone evenings ment. Retirement, paid vacation HOME
deep canal with access to Int 5'1 good credit. Byron M. Markle, 488-4647. and other bene-
toned company YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOME I
coastal waterway, I
Realtor. Phone
Ideal sites for motel, restau- 438-4706. ALMA, 21ft. trailer. Good con fits. Age to qualify, 30-4J years. PRACTICALLY NEW

rut, marina filling ctatlun, SOUTH VENICE. 2 bedroom, dition. Sleep four. $40()- Apply W. T. Grant Co. LARGE LOT >dp AND LOT VALUES
and forth. Thl 1 the 1 bath. Florida Weissman, Palmetto Rd., No-
wops to room. Carport WHITE COOK and housekeep. BREATH TAKING
komis. I II
Trail frontage of Sorrento utility. Work shop. Air er for one lady. To live in. VIEW

SIlo,". Will cell one lot or all conditioned. 488-4227, 10x47 STEWART, :3 bedroom, Driver's license preferred. Call .
us lou for i,000 e.ch- 9662836. 148' SEAWALL '
crrened patio. Waterfront.

Terms.'tr visit Phone Sorrento Venice Shore 488-5027 Sale, FISHING ING 2 SWIMMING bedroom ,custom BOAT Priced reasonably. Lot 53, Har- Many, many extras J tn- p I MODEL HOUSE 2 BLOCKS TO
hoc Light, Venice. Misc. For Sale I
built home on channel. Central tercom lawn Venice
Office located 4 miles N. of sprInklers. In East Venice Downtown
heat. Alr
Venice, 9 miles S. of Sarasota -conditloned. Below 10' X 48' VINDALE ALUMINUM PRICED
cost. Channel Lane, Nokomjj. 2 bedrooms tiled bath, FRIGIDAIRE Almost ELEC. RANGE. 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths City Water 2 BEDROOMS I BATH

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. 4885062VENICE.- gas heat, large las tank wall 5, or Saturday new. Call, 488-4390 after BELOCOST Formica Kitchen Paved Street SO i 120' Lot

Large enough for thirUjn I lUr. rim. a..., ..,. oven Kelvinator, sliding doors, Carport & Utility C.ntrally-ducted I Gal Heir TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00
loU with 15,000 *q. ft. in each. DANDY. I BDR. Bl'HUAN K.llrM' M exceptional closet space and GOLF CART Cushman Elec Screened Porch Prepaired for Air.
... .
Zoned R-l. On maintained tor "Ii...,. I I'lubr .. H.
county Jill Till lAU JACOII8. 4SSJSIT 111' cabinets, TV antenna;awnings, tric. Good order, $275.00. G. Comer Lot 85 i ISO conditioning N. WIMMERS
street 200 ft. West of covered patio. Not new but repainted Quaint Tel. N Port Charlotte Other Excellent Buys REALTOR
Timiaml Trail 3tt miles I WATERFRONT HOME. Z bed and refurnished. Nice 426-1613. 221 W. Miami Are
Nonh of Venice, % mi. South, rooms, Itt baths, garage location and wonderful neigh. ACREAGE. GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT u
488-5308
4 Sorrento Shores. $19,000 dock. Reasonable Margaret >ors. Lot 150 or call at office. NEW & USED GARAGE WATERFRONTGULF
ttrmi. Call W. L Sutherland, Drive Laurel Villa. HARBOR MOHTS EQUIPMENT. TO 488-641J
Venice 488-5027 or 488-2791. Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication BAY ,
GULF BEACH FRONT-3 Bdr. Business Personals Equipment Repairs. PROPERTYBEA '
TIIo h" IBAUTIPUI.IMPROVr.o' eat NuSmvlalnN"RON' I.OTN 3 bath, alrconditioned. Completely TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. IN SOUTH VENICE ON

A."nWOOD 54100. PIIIVATII furnished. Exclusive location. TYPEWRITERS and Adding 1070 DeSoto Rd., JAMAICA ROAD
!MAT IL!?. CNGLKWOOD rnoNBNm 100x500. 2-bedroom CB home
stun Seawalted. No Machines (mechanically operated Sarusota, Fla. terrano
city lax By appointment only. ) Chemically cleaned CaU collect 33 .12411 JENKINS ,! INTERESTED ? floors, apesyed-crete can
R. "1'HNKM IXT ABOUT $55 488-4000.: like new. Just $12.CO plus parts I ports large lot, landscaped
."H INDIANA A VII. OPPOdlTIC! If required.! AU makes. Venice STANDARD ROYAL TYPE BROKER
"I-IIH JMOiiwnno OB TOUT lANt 1I.0IUtIl.a iNqiiRB. TEU 2 BEDROOM completely fur Stationers, 211 W Venice Ave. WRITER with metal stand. Phone 474-1244 Only 8000. GOOD TERMS.
nished. Separate garage 488-6111. "Golde" ilmatic 2x2 Elide projector H. N. WlmmersRealtorREAL / /
CITY OF VENICE LOT
TO 170 ACRES. High and Warm Mineral Springs. $10,500. and equipped with strip 470 Dearborn I
dry. Located between Venice Russell-RiRbv. Margarita St. projection equipment. All ex- ENGLEWOOD ESTATE AND INSURANCE City Water, Sewer PavementIn

and Englewood. $300 per acre. Phone 4261203. Inspection in SHEPARD cellent condition. Lot 75, Municipal Agent for Western Union Telegraph and paid for. $1,900.

Saraiou Excellent 9244915.terms Call Owner, vited. LUMBER CO. Trailer Park -.,. Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I I I Martin S. Stancik

PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR I
STEAL ON GULF, large lot, South Venice 2 Bedroom 1 Sarasota ,
100 ft. Gulf beach 364 ft. bath home. Walking distance to can HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN Venice 488-5443_

depth, with dock on Bay. 2 bed bay and gulf. Beach. Terms r. ELLIOTT PAUL f'' best :Jr'lUi..JE.J".II:':Z'jI;. !< r.
worn, concrete block home J Korinck 924-0156, 7636 Cove -way ..
hilt blear garage. Use a. Terr, Sarasota. for
I wee home or convert to in- ROOF TRUSSES JANITOR Lovely 2 bedroom CB home
tome or Investment property. 3 BEDROOM frame. Corner Alum. Windows & Doors. SERVICE with Fla. room, screened

Ueally Zoned Rj reduced multiple for ties Dras-sale Walk lot \f.city school water and store.and sewer.$7.250 Contract Roofing & Painting We Specialii |In, NEW breezeway, carport, corner
quick lot 120' 100'. landscaped.Completely .
w $3,500, only MOO cash. Or 30 per cent below cost! Call Phone 48S-2I32 Venice RESIDENTIAL SERVICE 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME furnished Including
all trade for good Iota. 488-1510 after 4 or weekends Centrally Located
No Also Commercial stove, refrigerator wash
,
dOllnr' coats Byron M. Mark- CITY WATER SEWER AND PAVED STREETS
ATTRACTIVE HOME In nice REMODELING Repair. e ,
I It. Realtor. WASHING OF EAVES ing machine, lawn mower
Phone 488-4706- _
section of Venice. Two bedrooms Carpentry Masonry WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS $2,000 DOWN etc. Owner leaving. Said ill
'ainting. Interior and exterior.
OR SALE two baths, screened
by
) tt on local owner. First porch and carport, 1001 Nokomis Quality work. Phone 4886495. S COMPLETE FLOOR CARE $10,895.
property 8% $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER
181. Payments monthly. Pres- Ave? So., Venice, 14000. Washing Waning Buffing H. P. HORN
lit balance $4,4811.80. Address Low down payment. No closing FREE FRANK
Dressmaklor, alterations draperies ESTIMATES C. RAEBURN
Ml_ Lake Wcrth.. ria. costs Call 4886701.BEAUTIFUL eta reasonable 488-1130 REALTOR
ALL WORK GUARANTEED REALTOR

lots SWIMMING Pool All our equipment it NEW for fitter, PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.
For Sale home 2 bedrooms, den Florida 251 W. Venice Ave. Phones: 88.1600-488.2649
Personal
room. 21x31 screened patio. better and more efficient work 41 and AlbM Rd.
WATERFRONT LOT IN SOR Furnished if desired. Good fie GERALD W. CONEY, Owner and ManagerBox a

"*tact Ward SHORES.Sutherland 5300. nlncln,. 2102 Georgia Ave., En. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, 287, Nokomis Phone 488-3392

168-5027 or 488.791. Vanlee glewood. Grove City. Mondays, 8 p m., St. Mark' Licensed ana Insured ewa em. sseaeawwii +
TWo I Episcopal Church Parish Hall. Member Chamber of Commerce f

LOTS CAPE CORAL. GOLDEN BEACH near qulf Call 488-4794. EAST GATE
Listed
rlfice 3850.$4.850 M.each.F.Will Shaner sac, Two bedrooms, two baths 1M. "__.4" ......-................."" ..-.-....-" I' rHOMES[ii CHOICE LOTS

wi ral l Delivery Nokomis. 30 foot Florida room I Min. 85 fe.t wide

LOT 112 ft. lot. SEE or CALL
IN BAY on corner
POINT
Nokomis
ASK DAD-HE KNOWS !
10 Rih' and Dry. 55'xl25'. Close 519 GULF STREET LARRY REDFORD

Offer.beach. Value 1,350.. MaCe: IT'S A HONEY FOR THE MONEY Assoe.

i: 488-8e29. For Sale Land In 1930 Could Be Bought For A Song I CHIPS JOHNSON
107
581'ON HIGHWAY 775. 142* Apts. (But who could sing during the depression) C 3 BEDROOM HOME CITY OF VENICE : Real Estate
frontlnr
on 2 paved DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom, 1 I 306 W. Venice Ave.
ssdl.
:128 Naples W. Geary, Rt. 2, Box bath and 2 bedroom, :2 I bath, 1964 land value will look just II ridiculous In 1980 if the experts prediction of ARGE LOT, LARGE TREESI! Your own picnic grounds. I; Phone 4883609488.2241
Fla furnished or partly furnished. 260,000,000 population U even reasonably close. Remember there will only be City water and sewer Garbage Disposal Automatic Water

LoT 682 Venice Gardens. Price 488-569R. the same land area available today to satisfy the 1980 needs Softner on paved street. Best section of town.

sel.850.: Write' Walter Pol8klAT LOT ALONE WORTH 5000. YOU CAN
Rentals YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO VISIT AND INSPECT THE SEVEN HUNDRED
No., St. Peten- WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
burl, rla BUY THIS LARGE HOME 513 995
LARGE APARTMENT by ACRES OF IMPROVED ESTATE PROPERTY NOW AVAILABLE AT EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY 4
orb
I
Alai B'Alf1t1l np "p, LOTS month or year. Trailvlew.
)
," M6 T.NIcc' LOU JACOBS nt'sjuR9e. Aee CITrS-essrItLILINLET.SeawalledIt ; 1000 sq./ ft. Vacant March 1, MISSION VALLEY ESTATESLAUREL WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOWI! OR
1964. E. Tampa St. Tel. 488- SELLINGYou're

prl a 3M forenoon. ROAD EAST LAUREL FLORIDA Warm Best Values Are
boat asins. E L. Kilton, Mineral Springs Area Found HEREIiii

,Chore DrI. .. Nokomis 1 Near Nokomis APARTMENT.Beach. Good Prices on 3, 4, and 5 acre tracts are reasonable and terms are attractive. 1 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW! $400. Down. $67 Monthly

RIvEa LOT Venice. Good for fishing. Call 488 J271 'lymenti 'includino! 'Interest and Principal
'IClbOll (Estate zonIng allows one horn per acre)
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eoq "OW'M 924-8484 SacrificeCall Sara. GROOM.and bath. Call Private 488-4774 entrance r\S<-See she W/u'on/ Volley// Sty 0/vert/ rVrocAu/e Jump. Every Sunday. CHIPS JOHNSON, realtor t ,

i UTII daytime- 488-2537 after 6.VHMCIt. (wtafliff permitting I 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-2241 j I ,
,
ENICE
I primenear
hotneaitll t aPia tm, 01'
"beach. law .
DANDY I $ pa. 11 M.rxd wMMe -j jf Branch Office at Kent Motel Phone 488-1695 !
,1Price.. B< 800' Rt. 1. seer. "IcJa. ..tIett 4 Mr. -- -, ..- .__. .--". '" ,--, =-- --.- .. .. 1 .
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\ COMFORT CARAVAN General Electric's traveling display judge for themselves the quality of heating and air condition .
of 1984 central air conditioning and heating equipment for the ing installations, according to Harry Drehouse of Superior
I )home will visit here Wednesday Heated and cooled by a Gen. Heating.Cool ng Corp.. whose firm Is sponsoring, the visit of
eral! Electric Weatherton heat pump, the display known as the Comfort Caravan" during the First Annual Home Show i I:
the "Comfort Caravan' will be open to the public at the Ringsmg I r
and Industrial Exhibit, which begins Wednesday and runs
.
: Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus arena from 10 a m to 8
pm. Homeowners visiting the display will be able to better through Saturday. j I



I. Rams, Palmetto Tie For WSC Title; I




Whip Venice, KM I In Friday Games for furniture from


14 and went seven for eight 1759. F R E E 1 'house of furniture
from the free-throw line to'' 59 Venice Sikora, 4-19; Land BRITTON'S
Palmetto 78 Riverview
score 35 points. Sophomore graf, 10-2; Morgan, 022;
Burr Prewitt and Junior Roy 'Byrd, 14-6; Harrison, 7-6-20Rmgo ; WITH PURCHASE OF ANY
Lagenaur were tops for KMI 113; Delvac, 0; Hawks,
Kaydets 61 with 19 and 18 points, respectively Indians 43The 0-I-I, Totals 14-15-43.
Riverview 18 18 12 11-5 9
KMI was in the game for the High Venice. 8 20 8 7-43
Rams of Riverview TERRACE COOP
Paced by the red-hot shooting PALM APARTMENTI!
of T J. Carter, Palmetto's first two quarters and were behind School downed Venice, 59 41,
Tigers remained in a deadlock by only six points at the before an overflow crowd Fri- I
with Riverview for the White intermission, 4136. The second day night in the Indian gym to for '
1964
an 31
and March
half the Kaydets hit for 4 between 20th
Sands Conference title Friday saw tie Palmetto for the White February ,
night palmetto.The by beating. KMI, 78-61, at 26 points 37.The while the Tigers tallied Sands ship Conference champion. enjoyable day of 1 Q OLF F -

slender Carter took It win was Palmetto'seighth After his charges had taken for full information ;
shots at the basket and hit on in league play as opposed a 36.20 lead at halftime, Ram TRY q i I
KMI chart
to two losses
dropped to 3.7.Riverview .and Palmetto !semi Coach.stall Al and Brown Venice ordered didn'thave a SARASOTAGOLF see BRITTON'S booth at the

a chance to gain groundon CLUB
been scheduled
have tentatively
BEALL'SVENICE to meet tonight for the the visitors from Sarasota YWKN I SHOW
HOME
E:i S3.00 TRY-CITY
championship, which Sarasotawon The Indians had a cold first .
last year in a play-off with quarter and trailed 18-8 at the I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. ; } i
KMI end of the period. Venice came | South of SarasotaUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII : [ _'
SHOPPING CENTERPORTRAITS KMI's classy junior varsity to life in the second quarter I ,, Feb. 26 thru Feb. 29
team trounced Palmetto, 49-22. on the shooting of Jim Sikora
I Ed Ferris led the well-balanced and Bob Harrison and eutscor ( ,
attack with 11 points while ed Riverview, 20-18 It was 30 L.I
Garry Yeiser was runnerup 26, Rams, with less than two THEVENICE "Enjoy all the advantages
By with 10.KMI minutes to go until the half but
VANCEBELL Rapier, 4-08; Me Venice could get no closer as LITTLETHEATER l of a condimoniam
Gowan, 20Lagenaur; 7-4-18; Wayne Hanson hit three field { "
Toncray, 2-1-5; Waller, 2-1.5: goals in a row for Riverview f without any of the disadvantages.
Cook, 0; Sharpe, 0; Prewitt, while Harrison connected on
8219; Cockrell, 0; Burrin. 0-2 one for the Indians to send the Presents
2. Totals 25-11-61. teams to the dressing room w BE SURE TO VISIT OUR FURNISHED
r
Palmetto Hill, 24-8: Til. i with the score, 36-28 THE DIARY
= -1 lett, 8218; Carter, 14739Curl : The Rams tallied 12 points
'
I _' MODEL APARTMENTS ON .
4-311; Palmer, 2 2-S; In the third quarter and 11 in OFANNE ;
;: the final, while Venice hit for Y '
Wright, 0; Fielding, 0: Hurst, 9 : rW
0; Schultz, 0 Totals, 301878. eight and !seven, respectively, FRANKA l4. ; 521 WEST VENICE AVE.
i bd KMI .. 15 20 12 14--61 Mike Fetzek, Riverview for.
I' Palmetto 21 20 16 21-78 ward, scored 24 points to be
Q ; the game's high scorer Har DRAMA IN 2 ACTS

2, '\. : with risen 20.The was. Venice's top man Feb. 28 to 29 ::3tttiia: : HOUSE OF FURNITUREand

,41; ;/ I junior varsity game ,
.I Widman
Mrs. WinsLadies'
: went to the Rams, 56-45, Jack Wed., Thurs., Fri.,
Wright and Martin Satava had
.Jt 13 apiece for Venice and Paul Sat.CURTAIN.
t :. ,.}.. SinglesShuffleboard Peden made 10, TIME
,,, .
Riverview J Hansen, 3-
2-8; Fetzek, 9624: Gilliland E. R MALONE CO.Florida's
YOUR CHOICE Title 226; Keene, 0-3-3: Kilmer, 2- 8:30: .
2-6; Michaels, 1-2-4; Tjaden, 0;
8x 10
11 x14
or W. Hansen, 408. Totals TICKETS ONLY
-
BUST Mrs Vi Widman of New 21'1 32.00 TAX leading bedding manufacturer and Venice's lead
York defeated Mrs. Grace Williams INCLUDED

VIGNETTEonly Ice City of Nokomis ladies for Shuffleboard the Yen politically Viet Nam since has Vietnamese been divided of Available. at ing furniture retailer join to present preview of FLORIDA'S

championship Thursday at the all persuasions succeded in VENICE NOKOMIS BANK
Venice Shuffleboard Club ousting the French, who maintained I HARTS IMPORT FINEST MATTRESS!
SJGO The first game went to Mrs. a protectorate from the BOX OFFICE
Widman by a 79-34 score; the end of the 19th Century to the I I
second was won by Mrs. Wil I middle of the 20th. Illllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll II 1 I I I /
THURS. FRI., SAT. hams, 80-61; and the third saw fI'/flltA
Mrs. Widman out in front, 83 I _
Feb. 21, 28, 29 34 I,

By virtue of her victory, JIM PONDER'SDRIVEIN 7. f4:10
Mrs. Widman won permanent
W. will limit pictures to possession of the Venice.Nokomis LIQUORS f NEW
(I Ilona) to a family. We Bank trophy, Prior to 125 W Venice Ave. Venice Phone 488.6508 ; '
will photograph additional Thursday's match, Mrs. Wid-
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had two each SPRING AIR !i
children on approval or man legs on the trophy d
bring the entire family and Mrs. Williams one CABIN STILL
and hay a group portrait. The men's singles champion. ,= .
ship will be played this week RACKSUPPORTER
$2.00 extra for each add; 6 YEAR OLD -

tional select person.prints. Parent must J i< Kentucky Straight Bourbon
Medical research has found a
mixture of oxygen and heliumto Fifth Full Quarts 'fi
HOURS 10 am 5 p.m. be helpful in treating asthma I
and other diseases MATTRESS
respiratory
#j $429 $519 I


VENICE SEED & FEED STOREThe I Rag $515 Reg. $643 .


Complete Garden Center I !fr GUARANTEEDPARK "At.\U


q Supplying _ _ x
i >2
EVERY NEED & TILFORD I FULL QUART f

EVERY SEED CANADIAN
YIMIHOME 53.49 Q .
for the WHISKEY
3 for $10.

GARDENER! ISTAMPS I $ .69 FREE DRAWING!


IT'SNEW LIMITED STOCK (ICanadian'SEAGRAM'S '
I CROWN ROYAL for set of Malone Mattresses, valued at $159.

register<<; at BRITTON'S house of furniture display

BoostI 3 FOR $10.50 at the TRI-CITY HOME SHOW on Feb 26 thru Feb.

fertilizer h.j Imperial Blue Grass Kessler Corby P.M. G & W !' Adults only may register. Drawing will be Feb.
Ten High brook Charter Oak Philadelphia 29 at 8:00: p.m.
VISIT OUR RETAIL PLANT inS;.ct t control .; Guckenheimer K niey Welker Gin Fla shrnann Gin.
YARD WE ALSO HAVE Tom Moora Haublaim Creme da Menthe G Iby Vodka Win $500. Furniture Certificate Toward An Apartment At Fabulous
STAMPS
BiRD BATHS I / PALM TERRACE

FEEDERS WE GIVE


I CLAY POTTERY I TV STAMPS 421 S. Tamiami Tr. Malone Mattresses PHONE

I 248 W. Miami PHONE Ave.488.3457 Venice I VENICE Florida's Finest 4884643MONDAY


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fAos! Sacred Dubbed COVI'IRSOTA State Sales Billion Gasoline Nearly Gallons 2 I'I EXPANDING. I II



Rep Robert No tax would be paid on the
: of Manatee County, first $500 in these cases but t tfor better!
to
"nded; t hOmestead exemption the school tax levy would be The volume of gasoline sales I serve you
moat sacred 1 cow" 01 applied to the next $1,500 with highway use in Florida last I
Florida>the legislature In joint the following $5,000 free of tax year was five per cent higher t
of the Sarasota County for school purposes than in 1962 slightly above the
rlill' and S c h 0 01 I rJaycees national average increase, the
rord 11nllsonera, Florida State Chamber of Com _,
11ondwh. o failed to get merce reported in its Weekly a
Push Business
Review.
Kaaed' !" homestead.. ,exam. h "The total Florida volume of 1 1Mf

' of the legisla- taxable highway-use sales
session
hit' ,u' ed alu p. .,- a 19SAFETY4Road came to nearly two billion gal j
' ; ,l" He tagged theIt Ions during 1983 An additional
ego
"tax- amount of approximately 140 !
homesteadelaw ." DriveThe million gallons was used in the 4
n homeowners who pay state for on-farm and other ti
? for bond IsI tax exempt purposes and on
axes can vote Florida Jaycees will military property. ,
paid by others make an allout concentrated "Trends in gasoline sales area
detailed report presented Tax effort to carry the SAFE- valid indicator of the direc ij
the Joint meeting by TY-4 campaign into lion in
Stuart indi- every com which the state's economy u1
.elOr William munity in Florida, Cody L, is moving. County totals I 1i
'
will bring an .
j the change( Eailey, state Jaycee president, are less useful at this time r I
in taxes,
,959
1 nil $207 rate. announced in Tallahassee. because of chI ngea in whole. j a .aoeasai hic"
,>d on the present sling and
monies will be used to Bailey, who la also a member reporting practices I
we of the followed In recent "
of the county Florida Industrial years, the !
j te coffers and will come Safety Committee, said that trade body pointed out
-d 1 system
the 19-SAFETY-4 will
" \ii.C8 homeowners who be program
incorporated with
tie or no taxes under the such traditional J
and Duraclean
homestead law. continuing Jaycee Unique
.at
safety traffic bicycle
programs as
nost an equal number assessed of teen-age safety driving, Says Fredericks"This
hcders: whose and the statewide vehicle safety -
,won: Is in excess of $7,000, check is really a unique service I
.$. will pay no additional Cov. Farris Bryant has recognized ," E. J. (Fred) Fredericksof
',, according to Stuart'i re- the Jaycee vehicle safety Lyons Bay Road, Nokomis, S T"*=J5Wv tiafv* i ;i** 'si'''' ./ *r* T&KKg-
check by proclaiming the explained. Fred i is referring to I
It referendum will be pre. day of the check, April 11, the new Duraclean dealership
'ed to Sarasota voters in I Motor Vehicle Inspection Day that he has just opened and A portion of the trucks and crew employed by R. L, Anderson, Inc. standing before
i and, if passed, will be In- The state Jaycee executive which will serve the Venice the new building that house* a large showroom and offices
ed on the state-wide ballot 1 area and vicinity
committee and board of directors
\member unanimously adopted the "Thirty-four years ago the j
11 proposed amendment 19SAFETY-4 program as a originators of Duraclean undertook
d levy a tax on the first project for the year after it to solve home cleaning
V d of the assessed value for : was presented to them by State problems scientifically," he I
-01] purposes only. The next Industrial Commission Chair said "They studied the causesof
yi will be tax exempt I man Worley Brown at the fibre i deterioration i and as a ,j RI L. ANDERSON
''Cage I for lither tax pur. group's winter conference in result came up with a process \
i would be levied only afbt Panama City.Radio to clean rugs and upholsterythat INC.
'! first $5.000 was exempt is not a wet soaking or
, ,"ustrate just how the scrubbing process It's no long. :
noted amendment would af- er necessary to tear jip the
the Incividjal; tax payer, Worthless house and send things out to
it took as his example a :be cleaned We come into your I 205 E. BASE AVE. VENICE
vrtjr assessed at $5,500. home and your rugs and furniture ,
"d on the school millage of Batteries Taken is ready for use the same ''I ;
1 mills the tax would day that the servic! is rendered : 'I T
at to $27.14 on the first ."
(. The next $3,000 would Thieves have been at workIn j
.
Fredericks, a resident of the '
u exempt but the last $500d Venice this week Venice area for five years, I is r I We invite you fo stop in and see our new offices
be subject to a county A portable radio valued at
:f t$896, based on the coun- $42.00 came up missing about Chamber a member of of Commerce the Venice and Area theAmerican I and showrooms all part of our recent expansion
" age of 13.91 mills. Add- 7pm. Tuesday from I _
o the J27 14, the taxpayer the store of Paul evening Goldonsteln, World War Legion II, he. served During 3 II' ; ,." ..... .,. .>. program to enable us to serve you with more efficiency
pay a total of $34 10c The radio was Japanese I and beffer and faster service.
tax assessor said this years in the U S. Army and : ii "ai give you
made, Model 10129. Venice
was in the European Theaterof I
pared with a tax of $1374
4 m the present exemp- police have requested anyone Operations for 18 months. I JB I f
We hope you will visit our booth at The TRICITYI /
t rt 1the! first $5000 of valua- seeing such a set report it to "Duraclean is a nationally I
{r an increase of $20 36 them at once.Thieves advertised cleaning service I I 1'J' HOME SHOW on February 26 thru February 29 at the
and is recommended Amer
Mil entitled to the $500 by ,
allowance for widows, also made a meager ica's leading furniture and department =::: Ringfing. Winter Quarters.
.
Ujr and veteran disa- haul at West Auto Supply Mon. stores throughout the {
exemption will find this day night. They made off with country," Fredericks stated. I i' e
( .a 11 We will have complete display of all our CARRIER
ingcd Stuart reported. four used batteries, absolutely "Today, if you use this service, ( I' a
revealed an oplolon from find that it's no longer
you 1 / "
worthless, according products.
attorney general states to police necessary to replace furnishings I a 1
' exemptions would be ap- and some chrome. Total value because of untimely wear : 101'r
[1 before the taxable 2000. $7.00. caused by soiling<< ,

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FOURTEEN THE V E N ICE. GONDOLIER I
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the newly elected president Mr. A. C Kennedy,
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presiding, the Community Club of Englewood met at 8 for dinner IOO B.. :: IOO
More than 200 were In attendance. The program wag pre-
tented in two parts: Janice Anderson and Lori Potter entertained .
Stamps
with a variety of dances, delighted everyone with "The Horn. O Fr+f A R K B T S r JW Green. +
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piper Boogie "Janice With Her Wooden Shoes "The Birthof
the Blues" and others, displaying O ANACiN TABLETS
She will remain here until the
fine versatility 100 ct. sii* $1.25
Mr. Denver M. Wright a end of March. ...01_ "''''4 .... .. a_ r::;:,
world traveler, showed moving -obit rtrs "
pictures of a trip beginning in and Mrs. C. H Sweetserof kv; QgOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
San Francisco and extendingto 257 North St., has a relative
India. Mr Wright spends visiting, an uncle, Mr Frank
much of his time making pictures R. Burleigh, from South Yar i p \ 50 fREXTR50
for various mission mouth, Mass He will be here
( fields. until the middle of March. L L J" Green Stamps

The Welcome Committee for i + C 4 mayr E 001..?_he......eM.,t
the evening included Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Morton 1' I ,
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Mrs Scott Ashworth, Mrs from Arlington, Mass, a cousinof I .. 0.0.M.d" .s...,.....u.r.nlw.. _
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Lena Cook and Mrs. Grace Mc. w ,.. .
Mrs. Sweetser, were also LI r + t.
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Clain On the dinner committee ,..01_ "''''4 a
:houseguests for a week a
were Mr and Mrs Allen Florida three- % S B
stopoff on a : $ Y' I 00000000000000000050mE
Bacon, Mr and Mrs Walter weeks vacation. One day waspleasantly I ,s ,
Card Mr and Mrs Howard spent at Mrs Sweet- a _
Frick, and Mr. and Mrs Omar r { t at
ser's brother's house in Estero, ya"t q fXXS
Cibbs. I where they had a lot of fun, ERE 50
The previous week the club swimming, playing shuffleboard 1 e .
+ held its annual election of officers shelling and picnicing. 1 Jfil Green Stamps
In addition to Mr. I Kennedy -0- .I*All MM_*.*_.* <

ed: Vice, the.President following, were Mrs elect.Jean Mr and Mrs Harold Philcox r c dt, i M STOUFfER'S CHICKEN ft NOODLES ,

Treasurer Eastman; Mrs Secretary Frank and Ba- from here within Darin,a Conn few days., are They due we 9 4j '. '1 t s ..I1.l'z::: r g.6: ;.. P:1
will open up their home on the
bucz; Directors, Tex Randall Bay. Harold is the step-son QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSO
Paul Ness, Leroy Bowdler, of Grace Young on Washington
Paul !swift Peg Junking, Nels Street. r
Carlson and Allen Bacon. "
I I The club extends its thanksto The I. Carte-,,',-on Bay Street mB..weA: Q SO
Mr. Bacon, who preceeded have houseguests over the '
Mr. Kennedy as president, and weekend, Royal brother and t o"' 471 Green Stamps <
to all officers for their services his wife, from Upper New g ...tole_-......-...
during a very successful year. York State, Mr. and Mrs. B. N r PRICES g AERO-WAX FLOOR WARt

I Miller. t EFFECTIVE six* 79MM. <
Miss Katherine Sommermao -0- wO A ..- '. r.*. M. in* rt
finally got back to Alaska. The Mrs Hamblin told us they MON., TIlES, WED.. rI:
had some friends, Mr. and Mrs. 000000000000000900
flight was Interrupted and they
FEB. 24 25 26 1964SWIFT'S
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Roland Condo from Amboy,
were put up in a hotel over .
night at the company' expense Ind., stop in to see them. They
and continued to Anchoragethe had planned to remain In Englewood .
next day. Katherine was for a time, had been PREMIUM GOV'T. INSPECTED .
to several motels but they Swift's Premium Sliced
tired
but glad to be home
gam. were all filled up Mrs. Hamb SHIPPED TENDER-GROWN D&D FRESH NOT FROZEN e
lin took them to several more
I Mr. and Mrs.-0-Raymond West they didn't know of but to no DRIED BEEF

Mrs-from Milan West's, Term two ,listers are visiting here They avail 1, reached so they had Bradenton to t go before on- "FRYER QUARTER SALE"t.! : l: :

in Englewood, Mrs. L. E. Bishop they found a place. That I
and Mrs, R P. McHughesMr. sounds like a full house all! : 4-ox 49c
I along the line :

and Mrs-o--. A B. Collins -0- !iitiLtSl5 lli5 : pkg.Swift's
and small! daughter Virkey of Mrs. Bob Horde, our neighbor or
Tampa visited Mr and Mrs. on Mango Street, has had a
Wiley Williams over the week. the job for Venice the last four weeks, at Premium Bar-B-Q Pork,
end. Yacht Club, as a
waitress Bob has been laid up
Mrs Al Skinner- Mrs. Neil. with a bad case of laryngitis : BEEF HAM
son Snyder, Mr. Joe Snyder -
Lola Wallace Sc
and her
and Mrs. Winnie Knowlin, all niece lb 3
of Mary Bobbins were off for a
Grand Rapids, Mich., are
wintering in St. Petersburg but day's outing to Fort Myers, : 8oO%.
were in Englewood as guestsof for the day was so nice, seeing 59cpllg.
her sister, Mrs
Mrs. Rita Tuttle, down there. David C. Welch .

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Mr and Mrs Paul Coderreand -0-
family from Arbon, Minn, Mrs. Fred Eccles redeemed
herself
are guests here of Paul's father by bringing over her
E. D Corderre on Langs- daughter, Mrs. David Alston
net Street. and the little grandson seven
weeks old at 9:30: p mShe

Mrs. Fred Harris-0-- from Bran scared us pink, we were watching r u
don. Minn, is a guest, of her TV when we hear some
daughter, Mrs. R- Swanson on one knocking at the window,
Beach Road-0- we was jumped adorable.a foot. The baby L11LLE1 UffHIThIIt

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Jean Thompson on the telephone p
Best news we have had for
this
morning told me
some time is on March first
that Albert had cleared a three
we are to have a resident minister i
foot circle around some of their r
at St. David's tt
Mission.
trees,
worked it and fertilized
it and The Rev Arlo L. Leinback
planted onions, carrots,
from St. Barrabas' Church,
parsley and the like in these
beds And they are all coming Gay Ind., with his wife and
four children will thevicarage.
occupy
up. Very brave little vegetables .
to raise their wee headsup

in this weather.0 ..... ..
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Junita Barton paid us a vie vy, r 4
it from Sarasota Scot. Water 1
recently Problems
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ty is having trouble with his
teeth. Terry, their son, is re As Near
covering from his operation.
As Your
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We enjoyed her visit so very
much. They are two very wonderful telephoneSERViSOFT' ..
people. | .. ..
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1350 Englewood Road has I
Mrs. Denman' sister
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houseguest She Is Mrs. Helen i iPeterak 4M-44H Whitehouse Brand Tender Sweet Cello Pack

from Harbert: Mich. I Apple Juice .. . . . . boot::: 25'c

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Pork & Beans . . 9 cans#3- 29

range r =:'7: Kraft's Mild AmericanSpaghetti dairy specials
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state baeiigauanaIUM9ER "r""w Dinner . pkg.Libby'i 191-
COMPANY l-t.muis Swift' Altar**

i""' ta tStS1nRFJ.1 Mexicala BrandButter v I (

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1 Prunes .... . if 35< S: 65* frozen foods .


( [] R [] )_ r Y Suniweet Prunes Large Size 1 1.lb. 69* Downy-Flake Frozen

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BULGING WALLS? o Jello Puddings 4JZ;:: 39* '

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ored guest celebrating his 87th winter vacation with Mr. Me- they were-together at Swift ; 1
-1- Overbrook Gardens birthday. Those present were DougalTs brother and wife, and Co. in St. Louis. Mr. Thorp j ;
Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Townsendof Mr. and Mrs. Ken McDougallon has retired and he and Mrs. l- -1
BT MARY E. KROITA Overbrook Road Mr. and Manasota Key Mr. and Thorp live here permanentlyon
Evangelical Free Church have started a Youth Group Ing Mrs. G. E. Baker of Petersburg Mrs Keith McDougall like Third Street. .\ '>
The very h.ve 10 many Interested In -0- Va.; Mrs. Bess Tuttle of Manasota Key So well they 1
helping
I.nd they 0 are school ageptotg organized. hav, an enrol!. Mrs Will Alma Anderson of Sarasota Society HIll, N. C., and Mr. plan to settle her In the near Mr and Mrt. Harry J Nor ,, '' I
hlldren of 12 bays and 14 girls to date. They boys are called a luncheon and dinner George Cartner from Greensboro future. wark, who owns and managesthe i pd : ''t -
Went Bo yLoren E Loren" and the girls are called "Christian guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. C. Our congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchellof "Manaaota Bridge Motel" .
Chadian,. : Darrel Sphar i. the leader of the boys ....nil1lrl .. Bobbins at ,1957 Fairview go to Dr. Townsend and East St. Louis have renteda are entertaining a. house. V
; KenyOft II the Drive last Thursday may he be blessed with many house on Fifth Street on guests their friend, Mr. and "
girls with Mrs. pledges and songs. They meeton more years of health and hap- Manasota Beach Road for their Mrs Emil Pekirek of West
/ ruld. The I Tuesday evenings from '7 Mr- and Mrs. James Town- piness. winter .vacation. They are well Orange N. J., for a few weeks i i'i
1lrl InVirginia are busily orcu- to 8:39. send of Bayshore Drive enter. acquainted with Mr, and Mrs. winter vacation. They too have ,
: They hope to !
m with I see more tained with a Birthday dinner Mr. and Mrs D. Keith Me- Homer Thorn who live on their motel filled with the following pi
"*, Bible hour, new faces at their next meet- Wednesday evening with Dr. Dougall of Metuchen, N. J., Third Street. Mr. Mitchell I : Mr. and Mrs. R. Over. ;
M. L. Townsend being the hon. have been enjoying their mid. worked for Mr. Thorp when burg from Ontario, Canada;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Withers from i I
Dallastown. Pa., and Mr. and
Mrs. If. Knox from Wayne, ,
Mich. They all hope fishing .x ttov
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distinguished fishing i license i and must be
used for improvement of fresh
professional water fishing.

According to A. D. Aldrich,
6 It guidance to lend director, Game and FreshWater
6f .: r e Fish Commission. 150.
f I that elusiveno'te 000 of the anticipated i $308,100
has been allocated for construction
of selective of fishing lakes, construction
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subtle elegance hatcheries, and general improvement -
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Council Okays Water New Tax TablesAnticipate : ty ,l ji': Visitor Auto ChargedIn Mishap 1 I I I Hunting in Florida Season of all I east Over and Central In StateHunting Florida

I > ,.,4 ,:) A Sharon, Mass nurse has birds and all game animals March 28 to April 12.
game
Cut with leaving thescene closed
been charged I rabbits :
except UapnAected animals
of an accident i and failure I one-half hour after sunset Sun birds which i.,
Lines For East GateThe .i '. to have her vehicle under may fee takes,
Laurie W Tomlinson, District ,, control following an accidenton :day any time i in Florida inch!
Director of Internal Revenue d Miami Ave Wednesday Gaily rabbits and iinprotected bobcat, red and grey fog, tic
announced that new J4M morning animals and birds may be tak- man opossum, nutria, tiltl1l\k\
Venice Waterworks
received withholding tax table (Circular M until opening of flying squirrel English Ba"
Mrs. Ruby Eggers, '4. accompanied en from now
tentative approval to E) giving effect to the lax her husband, t the special spring turkey gobbler row, armadillo, crow, rite,
by
extend city water lines two Statewide Meet reduction bill now pending It- Clarence Eggers. M and driving hunting season in certain mice bats, moles, shre..s .0
block Jn the Ea.t Gate subdivision buzzards
fore mailedto North-
Congress are being her in Northwest
a vehicle owned bl'; counties
from the Venice City
all Florida employers and
Council in its informal meeting employer, Mrs Corona Browalee -
should be in their hands this
Tuesday afternoon Set By Council weekend, by also of Sharon, hit the
back rear fender of a parked RETTYNIOTOBOIIA
The to be aerved by the
area Tomlinson said that the Internal by Martha IdurrayMorrow
owned
r r'' a ?tot car
extended line if In the second
The chairman of the Florida Revenue Service was i of Nokomis.
I i block off East Venice Ave., I Council of 100 has called for a furnishing these tables in advance Shortly after the accident,
bounded on the east and west statewide conference on in- the o
at
of passage of the tax Mrs. Eggers appeared
by Cherry Street and Beach dustrial development to help bill so that employers could police station to report she had
Street. Florida attain "progress make the necessary changesin been the victim of a "hit and
Nearly half the money to finance through unity" in meeting the their pa'rolll'Btem. and be run" driver.
the project has been problem of a state growing at ready for the new rates as However, Officer William
pledged by the property own- the rate of 8,000 new citizens soon as the President signs the a Kruger, investigating officer, SALES
era in that block, according to a week. bill The new tables give effect required little time to come SERVICE
City Planning Director Paul A The plan for a one-day meeting ., the inci
to the 14 per cent base withholding up with witnesses to BEAUTIFUL 1964 TV AND STEREOat
Yountberg Other deposits are of all public and private rate agreed on by Sen dent. These "witnesses told the SEE THE
expected in the next few days, agencies concerned with industrial ate-House conferees The effective officer It was Mrs Eggers who the Tri-Cify Home Show, Feb 2627Phone
he said recruiting wa outlined I date of the new withholding I ILLUSION ON TilE BEACH-Even aj people gathered did the hitting and running 311 W. Venice AWl.
Begidrnls Queried by Raleigh Vf Greene, rates is expected to be I at the beach, Marla Fava, 18, continued to present the rather than the other way Gulf Theat Bldg. 488.6382

All reported in last Thursday Jr., speaking of the General before Insurance 150 members about March 1, illusion of stretching her figure (Legs belong to a friend.) around ---- -- --- _....._ --
'i GONDOLIER all residents Mr. ;.c;
Tomlinson cautioned
employers tgi'F
Agent and Managers Association I
are being questioned ai at their annual ] that these new rates a
to their desire to be served banquet in
Orlando. should not be put into effect
with city water and their will- Greene said the Council of until the bill is signed by the
ingnew to pay a dollar per 100 has the full cooperation of President and become. law. He
front foot assessment for the emphasized the advance tables
Governor Farris and
extension of the present lines Wendell Jarrard. chairman-di Bryant are being furnished to enable
When the result of this questionnaire rector of the Florida Development employers to put the reduced
are determined, council Commission, for the conference rates into effect promptly on
is expected to pass an ordinance which could be held in passage of the bill. Director
the whole subdivision Tomlinson suggested that
affecting connection with the Florida Industrial employers -
watch for
announcements -
Exposition at Orlandoin
Youngberg also told council April. in the press and on
he and Councilman Ralph E. Greene indicated that planning radio and television of the
Anderson, along with Acting for such a broadening of date on which the new rates
Water Board Chairman David Florida' economic foundation will become effective
Hamilton contacted Federal 1 i. a necessity for a state whichis
Aviation Agency (FAA) and now eighth in population,
US Coast Guard officials in adds a city the size of St. Petersburg FEDERAL.
Miami last Friday to deter in population growth FIRST ,
mine the exact requirements every 16 months and is heading Elferdlnk' of Osprey t
neceraary to obtain approvalof toward three times its present U
rifht-ofway for the extension population by 1980 He estimated I $100,000 Liquidation Sale aIs-- .
of Harbor Drive to the 25,000 new jobs need to UP 1'0 49% OFF first choice for .
southern Limits of the Venice be created every year to absorb -
Municipal AJrport.Youngbl'rlaaid. the increase
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the local officials f <
received the necessary

information and David Kelly from of Ray the Peach FAA INSTALLWEATHETROrr- < SOUND FIRST MORTGAGE J'

and Commander p. A. Hansonof ,;, !! h : ,
the Coast Guard. I

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THE VENICE 1 GONDOLIER __ .GE SEVENTEEN


I Miss Dometria Odom Elected I Contest Entrant Padovano. Named At Grove City I IGROVE


1 Girls' State Conference I Out Of Town

1"--- DomeU a-r ;; CITY James D.Padovano the feasibility of requestingthe ment a* nominating chair.
I tt" ,00--Miss()t auditorium progressing is Invoke man.
till;1 Mr. and Must Win BondTo the new president county government to
of favorably.
,,, d] UBhtcr: law
of the Grove City Civic Assn. the current state Prior to the association's I
of East
Tickets
;, Orom are now available The Grove City Realtor was which authorizes the county officials business session, a covered
elected get men and women residing ,
won from >
street the
I members
,' "I of the aux. elected at the to clear such
limitsof unanimously annual propertyand dish dinner was enjoyed by the
at thei outside the city
''wood iliary
'I i I n1 priced at SO cents ...
""I'' Conference to per Venice to enter the $4BOO : meeting Wednesday night exacting payment for membership under the super.
t, i I"" s' person. Subscription Contest, the prize In the Charlotte County building ; same by the property owner. vision of a committee including
v" ""J ,I" 1,itlahassee duringmonthsL The committe in charge In- list has been arranged so that rW a Action on the proposition was Mrs. Charles Spinosa, Mrs.
k ii', "r In the c udes Mrs. Pete Gassaway, some entrant must win a $500 Padovano is an associate of deferred pending further Investigation Clayton Rhodes and Mr. William
I I a, hool junior appeared chairman; Mrs, Roy Meehl U.S. Savings Bond or its cost the Grove City Realty Corp. into the facts and E. Herdman
I' ,0 H I ''I i S co-chairman; Mrs. Norman In each and one of the organizers of its legal status. Padovano announced the appointment
,; i t.A'1.,, I ,n Bay Lesion Post Auxilit Unit. Coulon Mrs. Hilda II. Clare, Everyone that enters Is eligible & civic associations which he Karl Yungel, chairman of the of the 1944 refreshment

i''i I'' in ri. ular meeting Ernest Mrs. Clayton Rhodes, Mrs to win the $2,48250 Fordor Y xl served as vice-president last nominating committee was accorded -'I committee as follows:
i Thelin.
Mrs
Harry year. a "rising vote" of com Mrs. John O'Donovan, Mri.
',,,1* and made a very its cost In cash and the !, '
!,,T',tl pression, on the Wyatte. $500 00 cash prize. After these In a brief address he stressed : mendation for his accomplish- Eggert and Mrs. McGarry. r
I Plans were initiated for the advantages of an organized
nxiliarv the two prizes are awarded, the
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'. ,.; t i ,'i :une Whitcomb, celebration of the 45th anniversary entrant residing outside of body in obtaining benefits
3 .id alternate of the institution of the Venice with the next largest and improvements over
as
d fciu American Legion, to be held total will get the bond or cost. Individual efforts. He urged
I Jointly with Lemon ,qpy 44aw the members to make a special '/lQRDiSIDE1iI DS
)
Bay post Other prizes will go to entrants ;/rt y t L .
nth i yorng ladies were Legionnaire on Monday night, with the next largest numberof effort to enroll their neighbors ....
,1:11' d' d by the faculty March 19. in the civic association. !
'r vote credits All who fail to '
High School, Other officers
V ce elected all
Unit President Mrs. Hilda H win prizes will share in the / '
standH
d' 1 i I I icholastic Clare commissions. without opposition, were Clay-
designated the following\ cash 5
} ton Rhodes
vice-president;
committee to make arrangements This extra prize Is being SHOVELS
business meeting ot Mrs William E. Herdman.secretary .
., reported for thl* affairMr: *. offered to induce people residing i : : Charles.
-treasurer.
i t 1s away ;
? Ernest
Thelin. Mrs. Marie U out of town to enter. v
for the card Spinosa R. C.
i '3 Stephenson and
':. M inon'ored by Lem- Albright, Mrs. William Hast In a contest of this kind reAl. John O'Donovan, directors,
.',1 "r Unit on the after. and President Mrs, Clare dents of small communitiesand Reporting on the assorts- LONG HANDLED
f V 10 in the Legion Past President Mrs. Marie in farm areas get the Idea V tion'i campaign to curtail
'1 L. Albright and Unit Chaplain that they don't stand a chance a "drag netting" and "stop net- Square or
Mrs. Clayton Rhodes reportedthe against people in larger towns. REALLY BEAMS-Wh nthIJ-St Bernard it out on a ting" in the Grove City water- RoundedPoint $195
1964 poppy day campaign This is not true. If several enter rescue mission, he really beams. Under his cask hangs front canals by commercial

was an outstanding success from the larger town, the two fog lights, which help him In France's Menthon Pass. fishermen and other, Pado-
and provided record votes split between them.
a breaking are vano said appropriate signs
sum to be used in the And in addition to this no entrant will be placed at the mouth of
I1. unit's veteran rehabilitation is confined to his own each canal in the Grove City
program. community. Votes can be ob- area
Gala Festival At Lemon Post
The chairman expressed her tained from anyone, anywhere. The membership discussed WE ALSO CARRYSHERWINWILLIAMS

appreciation to the citizens of ENGLEWOOD Plans for. ration of the American Legion the proposition of clearing the
the Englewood area for their a gala celebration honoring the are being made by Lemon Bay: I few unsightly and overgrown I PAINT EXTERIORS
generous contributions for this Passion Play 45th anniversary of the organ-! Post 726.Junior. vacant lots in Grove City and
worthy cause.
B Among those assisting Mrs, Ernest Thelin Vie is e chairman Commander of a Any leftover boiled potatoes G.E. LIGHT BULBS

+r Albright were: Mrs Clark EC- At Lake WalesA steering committee for the Cut them up and team them
I rt N. cles, co-chairman: Mrs. Ralph GDC Announces event. He will be assisted by with cooked snap beans and COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE & HOUSEWEARS
...... L. Athey, Mrs. Hilda H. Clare, Civic Effort Legionnaires Charles E. Yale, French dressing for a good PLASTIC & GLASS TABLE SUPPLIES
Mrs. Norman Coulon, Mrs Jay Fitting William Haste; luncheon salad. Other cooked
Jack Long< Mrs. Ernest The. Multi-Million Unit Members Mrs. Ernest leftover vegetables such as carrots
Lin. Mrs, William Haste Mr. With the opening of the Pea Thelin, Mrs. William Haste, cauliflower and peas may TAYLOR HARDWARE
Wm. Stroud Mrs. Pete Gassa- lion Play season at Lake Mrs. Marie L. Albright and also be added to this combina
way, Mrs. Clifford Cain, Mrs. Wales, that central Florida Mrs. Louis Sheppard.The tion. Serve the salad on crisp
George Beach, Mrs Roy community is once more demo Building PlanA has the greens and sprinkle with paprika 213 W. Venice Ave. Venice Phone 488-4909
post now largest
Meehl, Mrs- Clayton Rhodes, onstrating what can be done .
membership in the history of
Mrs. O'Donovan Clark Eccles, when whole town behinda
j VENICE a gets multi-mlllion-dollar program the organization, according to
William Stroud, Clayton civic
project. of land development and an announcement made last
Rhode, Bobby Stephenson, Each winter Lake Wales
home construction was announced week by Senior Vice Commander -
& FEED Richard Hampson, Charles present one of the country's today by General Development Ben Lane '
SEED I, Bauer, Cathy Alston and Beverly foremost outdoor dramas. One
Corp.
Lane, chairman of the memo
Alston local ,
hundred and fifty men
Vice for Operations
Following\ a brief business women and children contribute president bership campaign, said even '
STORE
Orren R. McJunklns said GDC though<< the post has attained
session, the ladies of the auxiliary their cervices as actors to augment r
would begin immediately to its 1964 all
membership quota,
were guest at the post the professional cast in
"T//>e Complete hour spend 'in excess of $10 millionfor efforts will be made to continue
social program featuring an the two and one-half play.
land improvements, water- the drive to enroll
Garden Center"Dial interesting color slide travel The youngest in -\is: group is every
construction and home in
eligible serviceman the
Englewood
way
ogue by Charles F Allen anda four and the oldest 80. There
488- 3457 bountiful buffet luncheon are lawyers merchant, citrus building at Port Charlotte, area. r
housewives winter Port Malabar and Port St. Lemon Bay Post hopes to receive
24S Miami Ave, Mrs Jack Long and Mrs Jla- growers, ,
rie L. Albright were co-host resident and school children. Lucle three of the eight com special citations and YOU CAN MAKE ANY DAY A
esses for the luncheon. Some of the girls taking part munities the big development awards for its early achieve- "SPECIAL MY" WITH FLOWERS I
are from nearby Webber College company has under construction ment in attaining its member
There are even a few who on both Florida coasts ship goal from state and nat FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION! I

come from neighboring townsto MeJunklns said initial steps ional Legion headquarters. The ,
I participate in the produc in the program at Port Charlotte post has received many such s iAZY SUSAN FLOWER SHOP
tion. None of them receives a the 92,700-acre tract on awards in the past >
cent. Tickets takers are volunteers the southwest Florida coast, Post Chaplain Louie Sheppard -
SEEKodak as well a* the officers consist of the following: announced the Englewond t 110 Nokomis Ave. Venic Phone 488.3316
and directors of the local organization Legionnaires will sponsor the
Seventeen new home type
that assumes the responsibility are offered combining the lat annual Community Easter Visit our booth at the TRI-CITY HOME SHOW, February 26.29
of operating the Sunrise service March 29, in
Passion Play Amphitheatre est ideas for subtropical living conjunction with Englewood I PHILODENDRON AND HOYA 24c ...
where the Play is presented. submitted by leading architects churches. ,
from Florida. California, I
Several times during< the sea .
at the son special Passion Play trains Georgia and New York. I'
roll into the Lake Wales sta A major road construction I
TRI-CITY HOME SHOWFEB. tion. Hundreds of local citizensare program. Already under way,
waiting with their cars to it is progressing at a rate of I
26 thru 29WE" transport the 500 to 1000 train one mile per day. The program %3 OFF Jim Wright's OFF
minimumof
passengers from the station to will last for a
the Amphitreatre and back 30 day. ; I
SHOW yOU THE .
again after the Play. There is e A community beautification -

NEWEST MODELS! no it'*charge another for way this in which service Lake- program: of i COATS
A atepped-up program SHIRTS. SLAX AND SPORTS
Walean help to support the waterway construction to add

WE'LL GIVE YOU THE Passion Play. of the mile of new waterways to the

LATEST INFORMATION! munity The Chamber businessmen contribute of to Commerce the com annual more than man-made 100 miles canals of Interlacing exist SHORTS BELTS UNDERWEAR

ing in the 12,000-inhabinant
Passion Play advertising fundto community

From the Areas help promote the project. e Construction of six new

Oldest and Leading Camera Shop held This year a Passion a group Play of teenagers Tag Day bridges is already work under will way.begin Specialty Shop
Upon completion
and the Garden Club sponsoreda
LOOK FOR US AT BOOTH 51 "Dollars for the Passion immediately bridges and on three six dams.additional :
of
Play" drive. The people
')''T THE SIGN OF THE FLASHING CAMERA" Lake Wale are proud of their e Expansion of the water facilities -
Passion Play and want the rest at North Port Charlotte. I ONE THIRD DISCOUNT!
of the state to know about it. Construction of a large
VENICE CAMERA SHOPONLY I
This year the Lake Wales disposal plant.Installation I

FACTORY AUTHORIZED DEALER IN THE AREA Passion performances.Play win It i fa run presented for 44 two. miles of water of more mains than to STARTS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 ((1 I WEEK ONLY)
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every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday serve I
32J W Ventc. Av. PW 48J-242I and Sunday through April Construction of new repair
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. Tom Adams Here Wednesday. A. M.I Training Girl Scout Course RotariansTold- Top Records I Here's To Be The Your Next Chance Mrs.madam Florida, I



Van Orsdale said a non- RONA SEARS, Gilbert Youth Service to compete for the title of
select
Secretary of State Tom Adams leaden Of Agriculture By to MM
Training for Girl Scout George Harrison The competition
been Invit- and
has chosen partisan group has Rmgo Starr John Lennon Paul McCarty Champion Florida. The date of this corn:
Venice for one essistant leaders and troop Number County's
Sarasota
ed hear cabinet have the
to the popular
the Beatles, again will be
of his first known to u. as contestant In petition announced ]lat.
appearances on the member. committee members of Gulf- Hold Your'Hand" and homemaker and
campaign One song. in the nation, "I Want To contest will
trail. Adams is reelectionto coast Council NeighborhoodFive Within AreaThe their recent the Mrs. Florida
seeking The were a smash on er.All
Ray Van Orsdale chairmanof his second term as secretary has been scheduled at 10 "She Loves You.the Ed Sullivan boys Show and at Carnegie Hall.. reach a climax at Venice Easton state winners and the
Adam South Sarasota of state a.m., Wednesday Feb. 28, appearance Won't on Me," by our little redhead Lesley Gore March 8 (Sunday). champion homemaker from the
"You Own
County campaign. announced The South County Committeefor Mrs. Wilbur Stevens of Port > ;Importance of agriculture second All married women 21 years District of Columbia will re.
the candidate will outline his Adams includes, in additionto Charlotte, will lead the discussion Sarasota County daltressed U still The in Four Seasons place.who haven't seen the chart In a while.are and over are eligible to com ceive free trips to the St pet
platform on pertinent issues at Van Orad ale, Mrs Paul which will be held at the last Thursday by Ed. making for lost time with their beautiful arrangementof pete. Entry blanks may be obtained ersburg finals for themsalvu
a coffee In his honor at Fisherman's Taylor Mrs George F. Gibbs Punta Gorda Scout House on ward Pastonuf, assistant county "Dawn (up Go Away)" which roomed from Number 18 to at Venice East, Venice and their husbands. A free JO-
Wharf from 9 to 10:30: Jr and Mrs Samuel H Iler- Retta Esplanade on the bay agent at the weekly meetIng three. Also moving up rapidly la "California Sun" by the Riv- Area and Englewood Chambers day stay at the luxurious So.
a.m. Wednesday morning. ron Jr. front. of the Venice-Nokomis !eras.. of Commerce Publix andBeall'i reno Hotel while the home
.. The purpose of the meeting Rotary dub In the Early Wynn New Additions: Only two new addition. this week "See Department Store In makers are competing for the
is to help leaders and girls Steak House Goldsbo. and a real Shopping Center. Mrs America title will\ be
For The Funny Little Clown" by Bobby Venice |in.
HOSPITAL
and LIFE INSURANCE1fETBOPOLITAN have a better program The speaker a graduate of eluded.
cutie by Diane Renay "Navy Blue. of the annual
Brownie The excitement
Leaders and
Ohio with degreein
\ troop University a Pick Hit of the Week: "Who Do You Love" a great nationwide homemaking Local and state winners will
committees will meet Wednesday I ornamental
agriculture
LIFE
noon at the same place to recommended such cold-resis harmonizing effect by the Sapphires, and the incomparable competition begin. at the local receive tiaras by Kramer" .
make' plans for the BrownieOutofDoor tant plants as Tree of Gold, Beatles with "Pl:ase, Please Me"This Weeks o.Week level, increases at the state the "Diamond Look
INSURANCE CO. Last Two to be held in St. Petersburg The new Mrs America
Day to be held at Viburnum Suspension, P flo Artist The List contest will
Week Weeks Song and Recording through 12 and win a week's vacation tot
Warm Mineral Springs on Carpus Makl Wax: Myrtle and April 2 her
747 Sarah St. V.niee, Fla. March 21 I Ligustrum as especially suitable reaches a climax with the Mrs self and her husband on the
C. A. (CHUCK) REITER C. T, The 1 1 1 "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and national pageant. The Caribbean Isle of Curacao
4 (CHUCK) REITER afternoon session will for planting in Sarasota Beatles . .. .. 5/4 America and
"She Loves
Phone 488-6321 Phone 488.4590 also include plans' for the Junior County, You 5 state contest will be one of the a complete fashion wardrobe
RfpreitnMiYft Serving Jamboree at Cecil Webb 1 He also pointed out that there 2 2 2 "You Don't Own Me" Lesley Oore 2 feature. of St. Petersburg' including coats suits, daytime
1 18 "Dawn (Go Away), Four Seasons and after five
OSPREY NOKOMIS Wildlife Area punaa Gorda, on were three types of Australian Festival of States sponsored dresses j gas
VENICE ENGLEWOOD April 18. These arrangements Pines One is cold tolerant but 4 9 ( "Urn Urn Urn Um, Urn Um....,.. .. by the Suncoasters an organization range and dryer $50000 in
. . .. *
Major Lance
NORTH PORT cash and
CHARLOTTE will free
be formulated by Junior I killed by extreme cold weather of leading businessmen a trip to the
; Leaders and troop committees another Is cold tolerant but 5 6 8 "Java"Al Hirt . .... .. ....... 3 Mrs. Venice East will also New York World's Fair for the

.. .. killed by salt A third variety t 9 18 Think"What I Kind Am)of," Fool Tarns(Do. .You......... 4 go to Miami in the near future whole family
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V .IaM.IBI' s ..... ,......wM t -"'" 0 Al ..,, .... .. -. .-........... .- '.w. 1 spreads choose the easily best by variety sucker., for So 7 8 10 "For You," Rick Nelson . .. 8 'm. "11
8 4 I "Hey Little Cobra," Rip Chords 8 H
i THE WORLD'S your soil and climate he 9 15 "California Sun." Rivieras .,..... 2
LARGEST
f stressed 15 About ," CUSTOM &
He also reminded Rotarians 10 11 "Talking My Baby ;
.. 4 1
Impressions
DIRECT SALES that pasture cultivation 1s very 11 I 4 "Out of Limits' ," Marketts' ': : :: 8 [
ORGANIZATION profitable when with
sown
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clover or Bahla grass, and that 12 12 'Hooka Took.," Chubby Checker 2 STOCK C.: ::
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13 17 "Stop and Think It Over,
such cold weather crops as Dale: & Grace .. ... 2 -
Amway PRODUCTSDISTINCTIVE citrus fruits lettuce radishes and celery, cauliflower in- 14 14 19 "Southtown US.A.," Dixiebelles 3 FRAMES f :
murk lands add 15 13 > "There 1 I've Said It Again,"
many Sarasota dollarsto Bobby Vinton . . . . 11
PRODUCTS FOR HOME AND INDUSTRY the economy of 18 19 "I Only Want To Be With You MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE

What Make, For Top Money Earnings? County.The speaker announced that Dusty Springfield .. . .:... 2 NON GLARE GLASS
No. I rating in DUN AND BRADSTREET for AMWAY CORP. the Sarasota County Fair 17 7 7 "Anyone Who Had A Heart,"
WE HAVE OVER 50 HOME would be held in the City of Dionne Warwick -; .. S
AND
INDUSTRY PRODUCTS. '
18 See The Funny Little Clown, E. L PITMANCHURCH
This" it our proof of our FINANCIAL RESOURCES and our ability to GROW Sarasota urged on March 18 to :2 nand Bobby Goldsboro . .. .. .... 1
one to attend
WITH AMERICA. He was every introduced by Col. 19 20 "Come On," Tommy r Roe .. 2 I
STREET NOKOMISOne
Donald R. Van 20 "Navy Blue," Diane R a, : 1 I
Sickler
AMWAY FORGES AHEADto chairman of the day program Block N. E. of Railroad Crossing
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PHONE 488-3393
Glass Catches On
offer truly outstanding taUt opportunity At Grand Teton, licensed Sagging
hunters have been permitted to ff'5""I;,. .......:,..,!:--..'aWtlFk ..- ..:1Y.Jl'.1f't'Y'.. .. .... ""'H rA r.- It.
THINK BIG ACT BIG .
BE BIG ENGLEWOOD
harvest elk, but some 1,170 Glass saggmg .
,c+ with, the independence! and opportunity offered distributors hunters were able to bag only a wacky hobby of firing

INVEST $50 to $10,000 280 in 1902. bottles, window glass plate BOWL

depending on the size of distributorship glass or just any old piece of WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY THIS SPORT
INVESTIGATE THIS! BUSINESS glass until it softens and sags,
"S-T-R-E-T-C-H": : is the latest here And
? OPPORTUNITY AT [ -I'YOVRDOLLARS it's all due to craze two enthusiastic AT ITS BEST !

Amway PRODUCTS I"1.. teachers. Miss Sibyl Klinck "l!, Og1
Call: and Mrs. Elizabeth Newcomb ,
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met. ,annul. HUGH who are teaching young and
TRI-Cmr' HOME SHOW, FEB. 26 29 Ringling Bros Winter Quarter .aurtia"" McPHERSON old the art of glass contourIng -

Ph" 584. 072 SEE JIM JIMERSON Box 32-*> Inverness. Fla P59-141 488.6567 \ MYAKKALANES
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Owners of a studio on New
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"Sibet's Slump Shed," the --

WATERVIEW( WATERFRONT teachers will announce be most welcome winter visitors to 1- bright, airy, pleasant atmosphere

see their wares being made,
and even enroll in a new seriesof convenient; stack barr
$ six lessons. The lesson. will
$3680 teach the basic essentials of
594OLOTS glass contouring and the student LOUNGEFEATURING
will have made six glass
containers to take home The
-- classes will be arranged by NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
100 x 150 FEET appointment. Telephone Miss
Klmck at 474-1214 for detailsProbably i
BETWEEN SARASOTA AND VENICE ON INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY
the bottles have af-
PACKAGE STORE
7'/2 MILES SO. OF GULF GATE 4 MILES NORTH OF VENICE forded more fun and comment .z
than any of the other glass
HIGH and DRY! dishes. An oil bottle or prune .18 Phone 488.3117
sAaesoTa Linn juice bottle fired just enoughto

So Close to the Gulf unique slump vase a Or bit if, laid creates on its a $ FEATURING SPECIAL PRICES

aide on a mold and decoratedwith
Roll In stain, gold or bits of
II eAas l broken mold glass it will sag into 300 Tamiami Tr., Venice Lanes Phone 488.6351
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