Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00176
 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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00176
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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High Low High Low
February 19 64 58 .05
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7:03: pm 2:31: pm 7:41 pm Ifj.. February 20 61 42 _
Feb. 29 12:42 am 7:52: am 1:44: am 8:30: am February: 21 65 3T I
1:39: pm 7:48: pm 2:41: pm 8:20 pm y February 22 60 48 .29
Mar. 11:27am;: 8:18: am 2:29: am 8:45 am February 23 59 40) _
1:58 pm 8:36: pm 00pm: !9 14pm: February 24 63 34 _
W ar. :2 2:15 am 8:40: am 3:17: am 3:24 pm February 25 69 48 .09

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


ndustriuIrorngtiO Council Blesses Beach I

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or AreaFirst R' Hootenanny Hipsters .

projects of ne It'. legal and permissible now for teenager to hold Sunday afternoon hootenannies at
sad: three-county the Venice municipal beach. City Council said so Tuesday night. Council gave its unanimous
rticipauon industrial approval after rec.iving e petition signed by 36 teenagers asking permission to use the patioof
neat enterprise are the new beach pavilion for informal dancing Sundays between the hour of 12:30: p.m. and
be in the Venice 5 pm. A contingent of teenagers, headed by Louise Hagler of 1224 Pinel and Ave. as spokesman -
to venture 1 is pleaded their cause at the informal afternoon council aession. They were advised by a
t>e new Industrial sympathetic council to present a written. request for formal action at the evening meeting. The
II org nif council and adult members in. the audience at the brainstorming session generally concurred
aden the area's that no law had been broken *
and provide at the hootenanny a week ago
JIll reone! In Beach AquariumIs and, line the beach is I public Second Aquarium
'e and Charlotte t place, there was no legal
)flicer, directors and k I, grounds to refuse permission
, tt f the advisory It was agreed, however, thata
'!IDC include several Out; Airport request in writing and council Project May Be
'a bu,me'smen. approval might: be the best

jngberg he First Sr.National. board Site Suggested approach The issue came before coun- I Considered Here

i''-e is a vice cil after a resident demanded
J. Ewing. developer i\ that police break im-
i Valley Estates, La \ The Venice City Council promptu musical program up by a The city: may receive a
arector took a stand Tuesday night second proposition on a marine
.ld.L group of youth at the pavilion
Advisory Board ._. u .. L."."'" against a marine aquariumat aquarium-type attraction
---- ---- Sunday before last. They were
the city beach but said it tied in with a marine
\Members! of the ( Weblnga, Miss Englewood; Miss would welcome performing before an appar research
) >: a proposal to laboratory, if the
,rd! from the South ; ; Miss June Hider, Miss Flame of the establish such an attraction ently appreciative audience of first group declines to consider .
. Venice both youths and adults.
Earl Cross, Fire Department Acting as master in the municipal airport an airport beach site
, C A. Nick) The complainant assertedthe
man; ( (Bud) Wimmers area: instead of the city beach
,'olive director of ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) An informal proposal had youths should stay at their W. G. Hawkins vice pres-
Chamber of center at the municipal airportand
Area been received from an undis- ident of Donald Durrell &
'rce, and J. Howard closed not be allowed to congregate -
asking whether Associates of Falmouth
dent of the Venice city council would look with on the beach I, Mass., has indicated his com.pany *
Bank.. favor on establishment of a would be happy to consider .
4 suggestion that the marine aquarium at city The Venice City Council expressed the airport site for a
tied industrial group beach. appreciation end proposed $3-million marine
'vitiate the necessity ;, Victim In discussing the matter commendation Tuesday night/ aquarium installation
amg the Light : it was pointed out the city for the comprehensive water Hawkins said the Durrell
incil of Sarasota beach is surrounded by: a rates story: by Staff Writer marine scientists consider
t made at Tuesday's to Nokomis where their daughter residential area and that the W. Earl Aumann In Monday's Venice an ideal location for
Tiimssion meeting by had visited several timeson airport area offered much GONDOLIER. research because of the
stoner Masel C holidays from school and better possibilities for a tourist The action was taken on a abundance of fossils.
luiton raised this work. attraction of this kind. motion from the floor by The Durrell official said his
casting the lone Besides her parents, she is In other action council: David Hamilton, member of firm would, in fact, prefer to !
. vote against a lease survived by one sister, Ann a Passed on first readinga the water board. Hamilton locate on a portion of the I
:* the I4C'i Sarasota (Stevie) Spauldmg, and her new water schedule increasing said that usually when utility 3,000( -foot airport beachfront
Mrs S. M rates rates are Increased numerous but stated
grandmother by approximately that an improvedroad
lone of the Venice Brown all of Nokomis, 30 per cent. protests are made. In for access to the cite
,pants however, Left the this cave, however, he said
up to Judgment would be an absolute neces
* to go on record : of Fire. Chief J. R such protests were mimlnal sity,
wit time as to the Three In FinalsOfTalentShow (Bud) Divine the question of as a result of Aumann's Hawkins also said he was
Jie organization's the -city""Iire complete story which explained disturbed
department greatly bp a reportin
w. I 1; answering calls to fires out the increase was Monday': GONDOLIERthat
Said Ewing "Several : side the city limits. mandatory under terms of the other gro ap's propo-
t been tossed i Was informed by Paul the federal loan obtained to sition had been turned down
d wi get some First three semi-finalists in Youngberg, city planning di finance the waterworks expansion by: the city: council without ..-
organized we won't the weekly amateur talent contests rector that the Olson Co., of program an opportunity to make a
t what we are able to sponsored by the Venice Sarasota was no longer inter. formal presentation or a public
The whole purpose : Jaycees were selected by popular ested in moving its opera Police Chief John Shockey hearing
puny," Ewing 2)r vote during the Sunday tions to Venice airport. said he relayed the complaintto Council has indicated it
to be able to aid matinee at the Gulf Theater a Heard from Chief Shock- Mayor Smyth D. Brohard, would turn down any such at.
financing projects W Top winners of the first series (Continued on pate 2) (Continued on page 2)) traction at the city beach.
'ee-countv area." --- of three weekly contests
'"V GCIDC organizer were R. L. (Bob) Anderson
!list! $250.000 from ainging "My Funny Valentine" Need Active Entrants
g offered to the ; Jan Buskerk, singingand
at one dollar a dancing to "Stupid Cupid"and
"k issue has been Lynn Corbett, with the I
the Florida Securities popular folk ballad, "Black Is
(Continued 1963 the Color of My True Love's
page ) New- Hair These" winners will compete To Win Contest Prizes

in the finals of the contest on
nuckles 2).I the last Sunday afternoon in The GONDOLIER last week newal subscription is proof i wanting to enter and win the ;
she April against the winners of put before the men and wom- that nearly everybody who prizes It is apparent, then
Sheriff the two more semifinal contests en of Southern Sarasota county read the announcement thought that everybody: hesitated to en- s
or yet to be held. one of the greatest opportunities that The GONDOLIER office 'I ter for the same reason.
trust First prize in the contest is to win more than $4,- would be swamped with people (Continued on page 2)) rI
yit a Mercury outboard motor, 500 in prizes and cash com- *
1 second prize is $50 in cash and missions that has ever been
Park third prize is $25. placed before the people of any Start Savings These Coupons
section of this state, .
When this newspaper decided -
to award several prizes and

cash build bonuses circulation and commissionsto and arranged They Will Be In Every Papei. .

for a new $2482.50 Ford

car prize or, it its was cost thought as first that grand the They Help Win The Prizes!

prize list was so liberal that
scores of men and women These coupont count toward winning the 1964 Ford and
would volunteer as contestants other prizes offered In the $4,500 Subscription Contest. You
and use their spare time to can enter the contest and turn them in to your own credit or
cash in on this wonderful opportunity you can credit them to some one who enters If you enter the
to win a new car or contest, get your friends to clip and save these coupons for
other prizes you. They help win.
( In addition to the new Fordor CLIP HERE -
cost, the prize list includesa
$500.00 cash prize, one $500U.
i S. Savings Bond or its cost i iOO
for some entrant outside of e 8 0 DO DOO OG b Oo o 0aOO a
s Venice a $259.95 Frigidaire
lLARD (Jack) portable dish washer, a $209.95 o-a oa7A

[rat South County .r ditioner General Electric and an room estimated air con FREE VOTE COUPON
Sarasota Co : $((750.00 in cash commissions to 54,500 Subscription Contest Good F'' '
Wakes for Sheriff non-prize winners
1 Constable Jack Few Have EnteredA c 500 FREE VOTES o;

ddacytorythenR check on the few men and e I hereby cast 500 FREE CREDITS to the creditof
women who have entered the
Ration in the May contest was made yesterday. It 0 .. .. ... .. ..." .. .. .. ..,;.. .... ..... .

r,*and'others. ; reA them revealed had that become not enough active to of !::0 ADDRESS .. ... ... .. .... . ..... ...... Ooo

' They are take the prizes offered. The Cast by .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. _..
'.T" and< William. ( ) prizes are going to be awardedto ,
1, both Sarasota. I o This coupon when neatly clipped, with name
the who
; people enter the .
'Jounced Is Q and address of contestant, filled in, and returnO.
'! Democr a ; contest and secure the largest I p ed to The GONDOLIER counts 500 Free oSk
Jb"t Sheriff Ross vote totals regardless of how Credits toward winning the car and other
1liho wrvinu his fourth ,u many or how few become active t5 prizes TURN IN AS MANY AS YOU CAN- ,
'ed in likely will be participants in this com THEY ALL COUNT! (This coupon must be
mar,.the 'prin' distribute poppies to patients. She petition just starting. .0 voted on or before 9 p.m March 20, 1964 lo
above making a pre-Poppy Days The fact that only a few !

"'Ved Buckle County,, a since resident 1952i of to Hospital Superintendent Ken have ering entered the 500 and FREE started VOTE gath I 0Ob0e0 e09O b4 O OeDeG Ce ed QeodG "

'("' "tlnue II constable,) on page for ) ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) COUPONS and new and re

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TO SEE IN 64 I Product bf JIM SON : r1.CT10N'':
Mora/oetwer s r/Ao/eso/en/ Retail/ Merchants ANNUAL For Space Call, ,
Fn. Admission, Deer Eentertainment FEBRUARY 26 TO FEBRUARY 29 OPEN 2:00: P.M. TO 10:00 P.M. Sponsored by Venice Are. Chamber of
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PAGE TWO THE GONDOLIER I I And he pledged, "it el,..'
KNUCKLESContinued to this position, I"guarea;;:
WIN PRIZES department of trained ml? '
BIRTHS HOOTENANNY ObituariesRUSSELL ( on page 2) criminal detection and tee "
I LegalNOTICE I 1) his *
Continued from page County) since forcement. >
(Continued on page t) ( trlct 2 (South
POX Mr. and M... 0.... E, Noko.lnl In 1960. Active In
... ion David W...... Fox F.... II who agreed to the suggestion Everybody thought that every election to the office youth work Jc and
II,IT 40.MORANDI they be allowed to continue as GLENN KYSER and Mr,. Ruth Bunyan of LM else would enter the re Former Detective lee' is a charter member sit\)
body theDetroit
Mr. and M... Richard. S, NOTVS: is HEREBY GIVE THAT and be detective with Venice Teen Haven
seven it
> remained orderly. Cruces, New Mex., few let A former YOllh!
long as they of that
Nokonla' .. Joarph Koran, Russell Glenn Kyser, 63, suit being Department.Knuckitl ter and president
.. 'aP0..l I, SooU HuMllnoim Smith who .a> rundchildrenj would be interested Police of it.
r b. It, 117 Said Shockney, "I've been 148 Morning Dove Lane, Englewood known that they
... 1951 as
In adviaory board.
.lot services win one
Funeral were
Mi-XFRNAN. Mr and MM. Robort ?? ... County Florid al Iha Jury' term getting letters that I ran them died Tuesday at his in trying<< to of theburglal' is
Vanlca.,. inn 8l. *.M Dale )lrX..n.... rah.I inarmf A U. lee,. of the ./ .,.. of off the beach." He added that home Monday at Rawlef Funeral of the valuable awards. lieutenant in charge He a member ot the *. .iI a.m.CATLF.TT. ... lie Church of
Rroaklnaand ontorini and .n_ Home Chapel, Englewood, with squad- the
Mr. and II... Jon S.. ....ro. to I month to 11 ......, will he .imply advised the youngsters He came here from Atlanta L. Everhart This Is "Entry Week"The )recipient of many Venice-Nokomis Elks EpiPbill>
B r> Curds. oon. Arliur Bilor, Callrtt apply fur elrmmry to th. Stat Board "to tone it down and last week. He was a retired The Rev. William contest Is NOW OPEN The his Ledg.
>'* ... till p... pf hrd""... Tallahanaoa FlorUa, at Man knock it off at 4:30." I hotel clerk.Survivors. of Englewood Community Pree- This U "Entry -awards and citations during Optimist Club of RobertTs1'a
riTTMAN, M. and Inn I. 8, .t rvolar mortlu.SCOTT. byterian Church officiating. for long career as a law enforcement charter member of the
Noaomla.' dauihur. lUbmra Loa Pitt- Include a brother, Week." It Is the week to CJ,
The teen spokesman supported Countynominee tan
I R. SMITH the South Club Quad
Graveside military serviceswill officer, City Golf
men P.0. 14 II til ptn.ILLmnhK M. W. Kyser of Scarsdale N. active.Every rv>
; !. Mr and Mrs Rlrhard. PvblMil Fob. H and Muck .. 1244aLQeyuKehaQ the police chief's assertion be conducted in Burwell enter and become issued the following South Trail Volunteer nT
Y. and three sisters, Mr*. these lines is
E" V.lm Klahard Roaaoa Ellor* didn't usoff. reader of
aon. "Mr. Shorkey run of his candidacy partment and the
American in support
kaa Jr. Fob. 22. II 41 ant. ." she declared. Flora K. Weisend of Englewood today by the BunreU urged to reed the advertisement statement Republican Club.South Co.ur.
Mrs. Lucyle Eaton of Legion Barracks. and then :
In this ,
Ke*.Uoa Immediate of experienceIn Married to the
"My 30 years former
West Palm Beach and Mrs. this liberal offer Leer
This stirred Immediate reaction ROW act on law enforcement In the stateof Ritchie the couple
Fentress Rhodes of Jackson, unless you
help you '
) one can and as constable children, five inJT
with Michigan sons
f around town many
Miss. to help ,
John G. Loofbourrow 61, retired make the first move 0
adult. taking sides with the of Sarasota County qualifiesme daughter. Gary of
t Funeral services and burial little of pomp
Associated Press newsman It takes very
Venice youngsters. Some declared that will be in Birmingham, Ala. diedof the details to run for sheriff of Sara. City Jim In the U S. 1.Iar
265 Nokomis Ave. and onetime actor time to get
your administrative
at time when efforts are being sota County, both on the Corps at Jacksonville
a Rawles Funeral Home was in cancer at Venice Hospital about something which can &
made to combat juvenile charge of local arrangements.MRS. Monday. He retired last year men hundreds of dollars to levels Don Patti Ann and Jeff!'!.,."

T delinquency, it was better to and since last November had ;;;; something;;:; In which you
have the teenagers participating LAURA CYNTIHS SIDE lived on ManasoU Key. help yourself your friends and
r in such activities on the
1 Mrs Laura Cynthia Sipe 99, Episcopal funeral serviceswere your community. REALWVIEWS
public beach rather than fol. of Cherryville, N. C., motherof held Monday afternoon You can enter this contestnow
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291 other pursuits elsewhere
lowing Guy R. Sipe, former Venice at the Farley Funeral Home in and get well started toward

i GOD GIVES INSTRUCTIONPsalm resident, died Thursday in a Venice with The Rev. Thomas winning, the Ford while
The sentiment of council appeared Raleigh rest home. C. Redfern officiating. The others hesitate and wait to see

( 32:8.9)In : ) overwhelmingly:! with Services were held SaturdayIn body later was cremated. who else is going to enter and

these two vanes the Psalmist uses the words of God, the youths from the start of Cherryville Loofbourrow was a victim of become active. Hearing that .t
Thursday night's brief discussion Guy R. Sipe now lives In the same disease that two others have entered or are going telling. Yet they hive mud,
thee the which thou
"I 1 will 'Inttruct and teach thee in
.way at which their formal petition Inverness, Fla. Other survivors rears ago claimed his wife to enter does not mean that mere money invested
tha It go: I will guide th.e with mine .y.. Jetut told the was presented after the informal Louise Groddy Broadway become active their house
are; sons, Melvin L. Sipe, Bryan a top they will enter or then thai ''
apostles |Iud before hit death that he would send the Holy afternoon .session. W. Sipe and Eugene C. musical comedy star of after entering. It Is action "I 1 eer,

e. Spirit to them, and that he would be their Comforter who Tn Jocular mood. Councilman Sipe; daughters Mrs. Pearl the 1920's. Together they shared that counts not thoughts or get the point hi said

would bring to their memory all that he had taid. When Ralph Anderson, obviously a Peeler and Mrs. Grace Mc. a host of friends.Loofbourrow talk of action. with I grin. "I'll malt it II

the Spirit came to them they poke at the Spirit gave them Dixieland fan, asked Miss Nair, and a sister Mrs. loa retired Feb 1, The closing date of the contest by CHIPS JOHNSON attractive ei possible And

utterance. (Ach 2)) This Is the instruction and the teachingof the session Beam. 963, from the Associated has been set. The schedule "Why isn't my house sailing fin up the screen door injshuttert. d
Hagler at evening
God, the guidance he hat promised to hit people. Press because of ill health. He of vote credits that will be friend ailed the other May even paint H
if he voted In favor of the renewal \ I "
RAYMOND CHARLES had served four years as night Issued for new and Inside and out.
Our Service Art Available To All Regardless/ Sunday afternoon performance, KOTZEBUE city editor of the AP local subscriptions has been an. dlY. "We have to leave Two with liter

of Financial Circiimifancet he could be assured they'dplay desk formerly the New York nounced and will not be chang town In another month and we told
Raymond Charles Kotzebue, the house. It looked
City News Association.A ed. The vote credit schedule we would like to get our tttrte.
Lleenaad la Indiana and P'lorldaI some Dixieland. He was 71, of 409 Park Lane Drive native of Oberlin, Ohio, is on a declining basis but place told before we go." tine, like e girl about to
told they'd try. died Monday at Bay Pines Vet- Loofbourrow in London have her picture taken
in Peters grew up every entrant has the same Well, of course, that put And"
The teenagers who signedthe erans Hospital Ohio. Stage struck at nearly wte-getting opportunity the the "Look it appealed to several buy.
right spot ,
burg. me on
included Beverly age, he wrote books and entered.
week ert.
WOLFER MOTORS Inc. petition first
He came here seven years Glen, I laid, "if you were
Carroll, Sally Huston, Gene lyrics for student shows at The first period of the contest
RAMBLER DODGE Hough, Debbie Lenhart Kare ago from Lancaster. Ohio his Kenyon College: in Gambler ends March 27. By enter. going to tell your c.r. what Let ui help sill your

U I5 S. Temiamt Trail 488-3965-488-6150 1 Tischler, Hartley H Adkin 1949 birthplace from Ha Winchester was retired FireArms in Ohio. ing now and taking advantageof would you do first?" property.

SPECIALIST IN Robert Porozynskl, Pat Me- Co. after 20 In 1921, he came to New the FIRST WEEK CASH I guess I'd hIVe it cleaned CHIPS

Brate Repair; Lubricate Chasiii Gaver, Ken Ruth Pat Luesmg, association with the firm.years York and managed to obtain AND VOTE COUPON you get end polished, and all the JOHNSON

Front End Alignment Oil Change Steve Sloman, Gordy Martin, Survivors Include his widow, parts in a few none too sue a winning start. This coupon dents taken out of the fanderi REALTOR & INSUROR
End Overhaul Headlights Beami Eddy Brown, Alice Davids, cessful Broadway shows. entitles you to a special $3 00 "
front Adjust Mrs. Alyce Kotzebue; a sister, he replied.
KMI Cadets Loofbourrow began 100,000 306 W. Venice Are.
Jessie Hagler and
cash bonus yields
Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair I Mrs. Anna Combs of Lancaster "Sure would. Most
Guy LaFoDette, Byron R. Ison newspaper career as a police extra votes toward winning. you Branch Real Estate
Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard and Glenn C. Hanks, Louise I| a niece and a nephew. reporter for the old Cleveland folks do. But you'd be tor- Offltt
R.dio Repairs Transmission Repair Services and burial will be News in He returned fail KENT MOTEL
Hagler Ronald Sulaty, Linda held in Lancaster Rawles 1922. to AQUARIUMContinued prised how many to get

ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Davids, Dare Harmon Sam Funeral Home was in charge New York in 1926 and joined ( from page 1) their house in top shape for Phone- 488.2279

Airconditioning Repairs end Installation Rubin Jerry Voutoc Jim of local arrangements. City News, then an Indepen-. ey that no-trespassing signs advertisement
dent organization which
Mawes, Isaiah Vernnn Cunningham supplied had been placed around the -
Jr., Ted Ponder, Jack AUSTIN S. ANDERSON Manhattan's daily newspapers area near the high school ;(>.. -Slo"' .
:+ :* Early, Christopher Hasoldt, with coverage of news where deep ditches are being
Austin S. Anderson, 65 of events In the city.
Huston Rinehart, Bill DeLoach
MOVIE LOG : Maryland Ave., Grove City, dug for a water line to pass &
VENICE Chris McCray and SherRetch ry He remained with City News under the Intracoastal water. i CUSTOM
L died Saturday at his home. when it was absorbed by the
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL I He was a native of Ballagh! Associated Press in 1942.A way. These diggings, some

DRIVE-IN THEATRE Neb. and came here six yean dapper man short, stout 30 feet deep have been fill. STOCK
T.IphtdOnnl with water and posed
ni>frtBARBFR ago from Burwell Neb. He was with a trim mustache and in log up I
\ SHOP < HURl'SOF FrM.r aad Kalardar"ROME '- .'. CLAIM retired mail carrier. a danger! to children playing
SARASOTAWed ADVENTIRF"TEENAGB a later years a fringe<< of white
..anlPrd. A fFAsi" Mr. Anderson was a memberof hair he bore close there.
a resemblance -
Thro T...... MILLIONAIRE" \ e Approved City Clerk FRAMES
Englewood Barracks 2744,
,......,\ to movie actor CharlesWinninger. Hager's attendance at i
W.1t 01.
m'r II.n4. ..nMader Callsl7ITrnMMTUl Veterans of WW I, Harry
RRC MISAnVIiNTI'RES 11.10110 Ww.d RII.4 E..15 a school for city clerks t. be
Survivors include his widow
or MERLIN 101\E8" HUGHwgff.ciM.rna In the 1920'., Loofbourrow
-in- held at the University of MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE
"GYPS" : McPHERSON Mrs. Susan B. Anderson; a became admirer
: an from afar
,% .-FrL-Sak Florida the latter part of NON GLARE GLASS
son Jack Anderson of Seattle,
MOTE OVER: DARIPtG 1 all. 1'1.' ", .n U.L 44 PS?-137 488-6567 Miss Groody a tiny, blue- March.
miss Jaiaol Cantor Dorla Day /t PER CAR Wash; two daughters, Mrs eyed dancer and then the toast ,
Concurred in Mayor Erehard's -
Shirley Matousek of Venice of Broadway. Not until
years re-appointment of city E. L L PITMANCHURCH
later, after
f 4.44/4444.Nl4ff4Nf444444.444w+fft'ffdMNf4e14etfff444444444444Nl4N4.4fI444NfflftwDine prior marriages, water board members and
did they meet. They were marled the addition to the board of STREET NOKOMIS
In 1949.
Miss Groody developed cancer Harvey Rohlwlng to fill the k One Block N. E. of Railroad Crowing
vacated when Ralph An.
JJil il in the! mid 1950's and Loof- post PHONE 488.3393
derson was elected to city:
Out Often bourrow .
was a devoted comanlon
4j > to her until her death council.. Was Informed by the ,"' + 1'A.. """Ii1 ,.....,..........j .;\........ ., """ '......

Sept. 18, 1961, at their summer mayor that the police and
YI home in
Canadensis, Pa. His fire departments are being
own health began failing shortly instructed not to )lend themselves

its fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY afterwards. to out-of-town
I He left no close relatives. promotions such sponsored as"free" WE NEED MORE
maintained aNew rides for children, unless
York apartment at 16
o written permission is
Park Ave. first obtained from council

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of tint puhlleatlun of thta NotlovKaoh No. 12-P
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choice of Entrees .................... ChIcken lha or It. will _, _his. aimt dd ..or.-.II.his .attornar; to 10..,. "th,. /plaaa*. mnd at _In Id.' .pll....and'" .fan..n oHtoa.atat '62 COMET ............................ $1,599.00Stock 0

P. O. BOON, add_ of the Claimant ahatl I
Served With Cole Slaw TOil Salad No. 117-A
Eiamtar.'lortda ..... to b. tha Clamant. lib a*.it or

Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6 "hors. If.Powar.. l* Light lmbunlly Bnll'dln*. a ala II attonmtl.71 fills ahall faa, and bo _ass sad..104..101.o. or. '62 RENAULT .............................. $799.00Stock 0
p.m. Vmloa. Jl'lnrldo.A""rn. ......nd not ao Rid ahall ka void.Th. .
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Mint fo> nar bo aM to Uiamoont .

HIGHBALLS( MANHATTANS MARTINIS MeAT $2 60 WHOLE V/i' LB. Fab. '.11.10.". I.... ao .b..l.of.....from.., and tha alaloi Carp fomu. Judo ma? '62 FALCON ........................... 1299.0 0

THE JETTIES I CHICKEN ((10 Pieces) offleav/ARTHUR M. RATWOOD.a Stock No. 147.8
WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SLAW, and of. Admlnlttrator CIERA.; O ECKENWILAttomarl of tho Batata- '61 OLDSMOBILE .................... $1,499.00
r all orders In foil lined bjcfcef J I Nursing Home Dlo..a.d. '
packed 24 Hour Hurting Service Kirk. Plnke_. Sparrow, 60 MERCURY........................... $899.0
Phone Ahead order will be Trawlrk t MeClolland.
m your ready Phone Venice 4MKWlit IMC Mala Bulldlnc Stock No. IS3-A

PHONE 488.5075 fONCR 01 LION- -AIL- Pnbllahl p- .Raraaota.-. -to.. -rr.Florida.-M.>-M.k-- -as..- .,.-.. '59 STUDEBAKER ........................ $399.0

I .\ W. T. GRANT CO. 'Stock No. II2-A 0

i t. ] 58 CHEVROLET .......................... $699.0
I No. 7S-BI I

57 FORD ................."................. $299.0 0


OF '57 CHEV. PICKUP .................". $699.0 0

i CAPTAIN'S' AND Stock No. 130-B
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t SATURDAY aeO 55 OLDSMOBILE ........................ $299.00Stock

Any Style, All You Can Eat..... $2.20 No. 44-B

i'I ROOM T.V. VODKA .................... 3 fts. for $8.50 '55 FORD ...................................... $19 9.00


.q! 6-year-old .............. 3 fts. for $10.95PLUS '54 OLDSMOBILE ........................ $99.0 0
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Actually, newspapers are 10 much t part of our daily r
lif. than w. ar* prone to just ".cc. t" them without taking
into consideration Just sadly how much work 'goes into each
Ther. it the copy to be written and edited, photographs
of events to be made, the advertising layouts to be designed
and submitted for okays and changes But this it just e email
part because onei this Is done, both copy end layout
must bl transmuted into METAL .
Ther. .r. tIM linotype operafore with their deft touch ','
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and .ds. Once each page I. completed, it i. matted under ". .

thousands of pounds of pressur.. ..
AI .ch p.g. I. matted it I.. In turn, cast In thl '
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roller/ on the prlls.
Plastic cuts of photographs are stuck onto the metal t,
cylinders, each cylinder I. locked into place end tIM press
is fin.lly) ready to roll. '
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interdependent upon the proceeding one and the step to "

follow ,
Thers I great dill more to getting out I paper than r f r.y
the 10 cents you plea on the counter or In the rack cup

'- WI hope you'll visit us .t our booth .t the Trl-City "}s v > "
and I I
Gtynor News
I works at Woman's Home Shaw Will have In exhibit WI hope you'll find both 'e
interesting and informative
-Bjrbara Ian us tales care of boolleepmg and i4 1 + "" 4" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,
billing. / Gi Jd ss'' J' :. .:x1.,;.r p.n.4"'r.' ." x

editor Sam" Dillion and Ed Ball editor and ti I a3News I y; ;' vEntef' $4,500'Contest; r
P"blhf of the GONDOLIER work in tandum.Margar i 'a Share In Cash,,Pmet< Ih" To B Voted On By Council Tuesday '
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cuts the plastics for all photographs 'y "' ; .., ,; ;; ,'c.,: tx 5wr3 aaa3 fi5fSVssr'4ff
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scrutiny from th Shop Foreman, Roger Kilby. A i "
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Harvey .
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Doug Debn.", .
''May Stephens puts the fmun ng touches on a 'rte' r Y'M"
nearly completed page prepantory to matting f ; v'"' $ '

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on t ,
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of Bob Obendorf "" a
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PAGE TWO THE GONDOLIER I I And he pledged, "if .1. '
KNUCKLESContinued to this position, I guarantl4;
department of trained rW'
HOOTENANNY WIN PRIZES on page :2) criminal detection *
BIRTHS I ( and W
Legal I his *>
Continued Z) I Continued from page 1) County) since forcement.
( on page ( :I (South
POX Mr. and M.... 0.... B, Voko.tin. trlct 1n 1960.Form.r Active In youth
Km, Da.ld W.,.. fan. P. 11, who agreed to the suggestion Everybody thought that everybody election to the office tea Is charter work Itl1\1rl\
11:17 sinIAORANDL. NOTICE hey be allowed to continue as GLENN RISER and Mrs. Ruth Runysn of Lu elae would enter the re Detective a member <*
Mr. and Mr*. Richard I., NOTICE: HEREBY GIVEN THAT remained Cruces, New Mex., and seven let It be A former Venice Teen Haven youth rl'
N.k.nU, ton, Paul Joarph MpmtdtPub. .. lone as they Russell Glenn Kyser, 83, of cult being that few Department.e ter and president of .7
I. Pepsi HuMilnann Rmllh, who cam grandchildren; would i be interested Detroit Police iu *
tt lilT a.mMcKfKNAN. Said Shockney "I've been H8 Morning Dove Lane, Engle- known that they 1951.. a advisory board.
convicted In the Circuit Court of Sara held retired in
Mr and M.... Hobart F., tov (....n... Florid, M .... July term jetting letters that I ran them wood, died Tuesday at his Funeral services were In trying to win one nuckles of the He 1. a member of
Van tea., Km, Sunm. DaJa MeKornafl. Pak ''h_', AD I Ilil, of U. otfnua ofBrMiklni off the beach." He added that home. Monday at Rawles Funeral of the valuable awards. lieutenant in charge: the Ctll\-
lie Church of
14 till
am ,
with the
..... and antvrlnff and atntanordtharafor ] advised the He here from Atlanta Home Chapel, Englewood Week" burglary aquad. Epipn
he simply youngsters came
CATLETT. 11. ud Ion S. to 1 mmtha to U months, will This If "Entry fA many Venice-Nokomis Elks iT
Bar* Cran< ., us. Arthur Uikj t stkN. aonlr f.r elam..ir, to tha a.... Board "to tone it down and last week. He was a retired The Rev. William U Everhart The contest is NOW OPENfor The recipient during his Optimist Club of ,
hI 14. I M mm. ../ Pardon Tallatanaa Florida. l. I of Englewood Community Presbyterian awards and Cltatiolll RobertTfi1a :
..... ,. M knock it off at 430.; I' hotel clerk.Survivors. This Is Entry -
1'ITTMAN. Mr. and I." S.Nokomli not ....1.. ",...un.. Church officiating. a. a law enforce- charter: member of the D"tan
daughter, Ktbw LM Pitt- Include a brother, is the week to long career: !:,'
The teen supported Week. It Club
spokesman Countynominee Quad
SCOTT It SMITH. serviceswill South City X'
Bin, trtk. 14, II!tU pA.II.LFH1IKB. M. W. of Scarsdale N. Graveside military active.Every ment officer: the Golf '
: Mr and Mrs Richard Publlabl'. *.k. ft aced Hank I. 1M4 the police chief's assertion Kyser be conducted in Burwell enter and become issued the Mowing South Trail Volunteer n-i''
B, Vaalca, Klohard HOMO Lien didn't us Y., and three sisters, Mrs reader of these lines if .
KHI "Mr. Shorkey run of his csn- partment and the
..... today by the Burwll American statement in support South OWr
aaa Jr. rah. IS II 4 off." !she declared. Flora K. Welsend of Englewood urged to read the advertisement Republican aub.
Mrs. Lucyle Eaton ofWest Legion Barracks. and thenact dldacoy
In this Issue, Married
Reaction ImmediateThis of experiencein to the former
"My 30 years !kot
Palm Beach and Mrs. offer. Noon
gUMhaQ Q Lorna stirred Immediate reaction Fentress Rhodes of Jackson, JOHN G. LOOFBOURROWJohn on this liberal unless you( law enforcement In the stateof Ritchie, the couple haiT,
'akQcI can help you constsbleof children, five
f around town with many Miss.Funeral. G. Loofbourrow. 81, re make the first move to help Michigan and as son and,, ,.
sides with the County qualifies daughter, Gary of
adults taking I Sarasota pan
services and burial little of
tired Associated Press news.man It takes very ;
yourself. Jim In
sheriff of Sara- City the U
youngsters.. Some declared that will be in Birmingham, Ala. details me to run for S Narr
265 Nokomis Ave. Venice and onetime actor, died time to jet the
your sdmlnistrativ Corps at
the \t
at time when efforts being County, both on Jacksonville
are iota
a I Rawles Funeral Home was in of cancer at Venice Hospital( about something which can I Don Patti Ann
'". T ln'ednec'o combat Juvenile I charge of local arrangements Monday. He retired last year mean hundreds of dollars to I levels and Jeffrey. ,
better to
e. r4: e It was and since last November had you; something In which you
have the teenagers participating MRS. LAURA CVNTIHS SITE: lived on Manasota Key. help yourself, your friends and

in such activities than on fol-the Mrs. Laura Cynthia Slpe, 99, Episcopal funeral services your community. REALTY
beach rather
public of Cherryville, N. c., motherof were held Monday afternoonat You can enter this contestnow :
l Hour Phone 468-2291 other else-
24 Service pursuits
lowing Guy R. Sipe, former Venice the Farley Funeral Home In and get well started toward -

GOD GIVES INSTRUCTIONPsalm where. resident, died Thursday in a Venice with The Rev. Thomas winning the Ford while
The sentiment of council appeared Raleigh rest home. C. Redfern officiating. The 'others hesitate and wait to see VIEWS

( 328.9: ) overwhelmingly with Services were held Saturdayin body later was cremated.: I who else Is going to enter and t
the: youths from the start of Cherryville. Loofbourrow waa a victim of Hearing that
In there two vanes the Pialmitt wet the words of God, become active. f
"I 1 will Initruct the. and teach the In the way which thou Thursday night's brief discussion Guy R. Sipe now lives In the sam disease that twoears others have entered or are goIng telling. Yet they have nod|,
at which their formal petition Other claimed his wife, that mere invented
Inverness, Fla. survivorsare ) ago to enter does not mean money j Ia
halt I will quid th with min Jeiut told the I
go: ** eye. after the Informal .
was presented ; sons Melvin L. Sipe, Bryan Louise Groddy, a top Broad they will enter or become active their house than their p,"
apottUt |lust before hit death that he would tend the Holy afternoon session. : W. Sipe and Eugene C. way musical comedy star of after entering. It is action "I:I the "

Spirit to them, and that h* would be their Comforter who In Jocular mood, Councilman Sipe; daughters, Mrs. Pearl the 1920's.( Together they shared that counts not thoughts or get point, he said
would bring to their memory all that he had aid. When Ralph Anderson, obviously a Peeler and Mrs. Grace Mc. a host of friends.Loofbourrow talk of action. with a grin. "I'll" mete if ?

the Spirit came to them they spoke at the Spirit gave them Dixieland fan, asked Miss Nair and a sister Mrs. Ina retired Feb. 1, The closing date of the con. b/ CHIPS JOHNSON attractive as possible And

utterance. (Acts 2)) This ti the instruction and the teachingof the session Beam. 1963, from the Associated test has been set. The schedule "Why Itn't house wiling fie! up the screen dear and I
Hagler at evening my ,
God, the guidance he has promised to hit people. Press because of ill health. He of vote credits that will be ?" friend asked the other shutters. May even paint B..
if he voted In favor of the a "
RAYMOND! CHARLESKOTZEBEE had served four years as night Issued for new and renewal Iniide and out
Our Service Are Aiailablt/ To All Regardless Sunday afternoon performance, city editor of the AP local subscriptions has been an- day. "We have to leave Two weeds later

of Financial CfYcvmitancefLlaanaad he could be assured they'dplay Raymond Charles Kotzebue, desk formerly the New York nounced and will not be changed. town In another month and the house. It looked w* sold!
City News Association The vote credit scheduleis w* would like to get our auras I
Ig Indiana and Florida some Dixieland He was 71, of 409 Park Lane Drive A native of Oberlin, Ohio on a declining basis, but place told before we go." tive, like a girl about tt
e told they'd try. died Monday at Bay Pines Veterans have her picture taken
xrofbourrow grew up in Lon entrant has the same that And
in St. Peters.burg. every Will, of course, put
The teenagers who signedthe Hospital don Ohio. Stage struck at an vote-getting opportunity the "Look it appealed to several buy.ers. .
the ,
right spot
WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. petition included Beverly early] age, he wrote books and first week after entered. : me on .
Ha came here seven years Glen I laid, "if were
Carroll Sally Huston, Gene lyrics for student shows at The first period of the contest you Let
RAMBLER DODGE Hough, Debbie Lenhart, Kare ago from Lancaster Ohio, his Kenyan College in Gambier, ends March 27. By entering going to sell your car, what us help sell you
,15 S. Tamiaml Trail 488.3965-488-6150 birthplace He was retired in do first?" property.
Tischler, Hartley H. Adkin, 1949 from Winchester FireArms Ohio.In now and taking advantageof would you
SPECIALIST IN Robert Porozynskl, Pat Mc. Co. after 20 1921, h* came: to NewYork the FIRST WEEK CASH I guess I'd: have it clean CHIPS JOHNSON

Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis Gaver, Ken Ruth, Pat Luesing, association with the firm.years and managed to obtain AND VOTE COUPON you geta ed and polished, and all the
Steve Sloman;] Gordy Martin, parts in a few none too successful This REALTOR &
Front End Alignment Oil Change Survivors include his widow, winning start. coupon dents taken out of the fend.en INSUROR

Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights BeamsElectrical Eddy Brown, Alice Davids, Mrs. Alyce Kotzebue; a sister, Broadway shows. entitles you to a special $3.00 ," h* rplid. 306 W Venice
Jessie Hagler, KMI Cadets Loofbourrow began bitne..p.per cash bonus and yields 100,000 Are
Wheel Balancing Repairs i Mrs. Anna Combs of Lancas- would. Molt
LaFoBette, Byron R. bon career ss a police "S_ you
Guy extra votes toward winning. Branch Real Estate Offlct
Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand and Glenn C. Hanks, Louise j ter, a niece and a nephew. reporter for the old Cleveland folks do. But you'd lie wr-

Radio Repairs ard Transmission Repair Hagler, Ronald Sulaty Linda held Services in Lancaster and burial will Rawles be New in 1022. He returnedVew to AQUARIUMContinued prised how many fail to get KENT MOTEL

ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Davids, DST Harmon, Sam Funeral Home was In chargeof York in 1926 and Joined ( from page 1) their house in top shape for Phone 488-2279

Airconditioning Repair and Installation Rubin, Jerry Voutoc Jim. local arrangements. City News, then an indepen ey that no-trespassing signs advertisement
Mawes Isaiah Vernnn Cunningham dent organization which sup around the
had been placed
Jr., Ted Ponder Jack AUSTIN S. ANDERSON plied Manhattan's daily newspapers area near the high school ''''.:' ''''''' .fIri! C ,
Huston Rinehart, Bill DeLoach, Austin S. Anderson 63, of events In the city. '
VENICE MOVIE LOG Chris McCray, and Sherry Maryland Ave., Grove City, He remained with City News dug for a water line to water.pass CUSTOM &

GULF THEATRE TROPICAL Ritch. I died He Saturday was a native at his of Ballagh home Associated when it was Press absorbed in 1942.A by. the under way. These the IntracoasUl digglnps! some I

T.nlrht I OnlrLrraarn DRIVE-IN THEATRE Neb. and cam here six years dapper man short, stout, 30 feet with deep water have and been posed fill. STOCKFRAMES [1]
Pad DtnefltBARBFH 1'.1... and Oalardar ago from Burwell Neb. He was with a trim mustache and in ing up y
SHOP MORI'Sor to children playing
or SAKASOTA -ROM! AnvrNTlRB" FAST CLAIM a retired mail carrier. later years a fringe of white a
and- Mr. Anderson was a memberof hair he there,
bore close
a resemblance -
Friday Thra. T.....araTTTE "TEEN ACE MILLIONAIRE' SERVICE Englewood Barracks 2744 Approved City Clerk
to movie actor Charles '
11'.11 01. d M.nd.r IalYlmtl Call: Veterans of WW t. Harry Hager's attendance at
v mlS N.tolle WWanan R..Ilna RUw..rL.8ot. a school for city: clerks t. be
Survivors include his widow
OF MERLIN :. fTiTtnMWTUl HUGH In the 1920', Loofbourrow held at the University of I MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE
'" Mrs Susan B. Anderson a
"OTP.T"YOYE mJSSS&m McPHERSON ; became admirer
an from afar
+s Florida the latter of
son, Jack Anderson of Seattle,
OVER ARUNCMU.. N..k .. U... 4 PS?-137 488-6567 of Miss Groody, a tiny, blue- March.
wttk J.n>. Glow Drl Iter n PER CAR Wash; two daughters, Mrs. eyed dancer and then the toastof
Shirley Matousek of Venice Broadway. Not until years hard'. Concurred reappointment In Mayor of Bra city I E L PITMANCHURCH

later, after ,
tJf 1NNN+NN NdNNNNdNNteffffff/"NNNNleftflNdltlNNNNNNlNNNNN+NIffNdn prior marriage., water board members and
did they meet. They were married the addition to the board of STREET NOKOMIS
In 1949. Rohlwing to fill the
Miss Groody developed can- post Harvey vacated when Ralph Anderson On Block N. E. of Railroad Crossing;
t cer in the mid 1950's and Loof PHONE 488.3393
was elected to city
Dine Out
Often bourrow was a devoted com-

panlon to her until her death council.: Was Informed by the 1':.;;''j. -... h..I ,. .

Sept. 18, 1961 at their summer mayor that the police and
home in Canadensis, Pa His
fire departments are being

it's fun FOR THE WHOLE> FAMILY \. / own Iy H afterwards.*health left no began close failing relatives.short. instructed selves sored promotions to not out-of-town to lend such them.spon as I WE NEED MORESPACE

Loofbourrow maintained aNew "free" rides for children, unless
I 4 \ York apartment at 16 written permission it
Park Ave.
first obtained from council




: M. HILTON Ns 741. HAYWOOD, .'11/.
DAYS WEEK You am borobp aotiflol aad molr t.a f/l. anf .1101.... or damaada ..klcaa la Ilia anr .1.,. or drmand which pus
7 mar nan Malnat U,.. said aratan mar Mm aialrat tto EXaW nf Ct.r.RAO. End of February
Carry Out .... offloa rt SaraaoU ....
Coontr Florida I la Court- CLERA O. ECKENWILER.; Dmaiad
.- Sandwich Lunches h.... at s.._ Florida within alt law 0< Paraagt County riorlila' In 111.ffle .
(lei I ralMdar malha from .... ..... oftha et Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM, tock No. 14-P
!BUCKET cf. tint publication thli iiotlea. Kadi $."-' County Judxa. In tha County
SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER MENU Malm In or demand must. ba In tha milling. Court H... at 8...._ ".,.Id.. with. '63 CHEVROLET ...................... 2199.01
duplicate and mi t auia Plataof In all raltndar months from tht daU
ratldinea/ and pct oflea addraaa oftha of the lint publleatlun of thla Notion. Stock No. 12-P
5 51.50Served I..a. claimant/ and mint ba amen to hp bad. alalm or demand aunt .. I inwrlUnf.

choice of Entrees .................... ChelA ... tha or U claimant will ba,sm.hla acant told araoMInf or hla attornar to law.E. ,. \ .\ plaoa. and of .In.Id.duplleawi... and ,pct h.nh. null.<...* '62 COMET ....._...................... $1,599.0

With Cole Slaw Tots Salad I ';. a BOONS.Exarator. Admof b Ms Clalm.nti .h.1I loa tock No. II7-A
swan h. the claimant' hlo agent erbla

g Cocktail Hour 4:30 to 6 RoofM.Florida H.P......., S a Light iKphorrilnf Billdliw, 5 II 1.11 attarngl Mini haJl fled.. amompanid Mr inch alalai hp '62 RENAULT .............................. $799.tock .01
: p.m. ,. ..
Vnloa. F1.Md.Attu ,
or damand mat an MM shall .old
... No. 31-B/
C ro. Th Mint faa mar ... add.i la the

HIGHBALLS, MANHATTANS, MARTINIS We $2 60 WHOLE :'/ LB. PubUob,. roe..1.I1.10,1T... 1N4..... ba unmet abuilnad of alalm.from, and tha dais Covatf form Judni aur. '62 FALCON ............................ $1,299.0Stock 0
w. m.w w. w a. n.Y. ,
JETTIES CHICKEN ((10 Pieces) 'fftoa
AT THE No. 147-B

: WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW, Convalescent ALLEN and of Admlnlitralor CLERA O CCKENWIL.of Uia ,...... '61 OLDSMOBILE .................... $1,499.0Stock 'I
r all orders In lined bucktis) Nursing n-.t. I
'i 1 packed toll 24 Hour Hurting Service/ Attornari Kirk.. Pin........ Spar.... 60 MERCURY........................... $899.0

Phone Ahead your order will be ready Phone Venice 488.2703air 100 Trawlrk Main a Bulldlnr.McCldland. Stock No. 153-A

I PONCI DS LION AIL Raraaota. Florida. '
; PHONE 488-5075 FnM.hl r*. 10, rr. Mank I, II. 1M4 59 STUDEBAKER .....?................. 399.0

W.T. GRANT CO. Stock No. I II2-A
i'' 1 I
I 58 CHEVROLET .......................... $699.0Stock
No. 7S-BI I

: V '57 FORD .................................... $299.0'


I OF '57 CHEV. PICKUP .................... 699.0 0 1

ji 4 SATURDAY ,,, 55 OLDSMOBILE ........................ $29 901

:,' Any Style. All You Can Eat..... $2.20 Stock No. 44-B

J ROOM T.V. VODKA .................... 3 fts. for $8,50 '55 FORD ...................................... 199.0'


6-year.old .............. 3 fts. for $10.95 '54 OLDSMOBILE ...,.................... $99.01
I PLUS TAX We have learned long ago that Mn be bent served

555 through freedom of choice In Col.Iou ilction. Your plr-

Specialty of The House tonal tastes, finances and family preferences can b* co. V.- Remember. W. NEEf
\ ordinated here It it sensible and sound. '
48t end'

t I Daily Luncheon Specials ................ $1.00 your BUSINESS,

TRULY I L FINE F I FOOD F 0 When Cooled 'In Sight It Must B* Right RAWLESFUNERAL II. I promise. you In all the Suml"wsrWw.lcom. "'



and LOUNGEON 225 W. Miami Av*. 438-4741/


VENICE LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE OPEN 10 A.M. to MIDNIJE 24 Hour Ambvlonti: Service/
1562 So 488671r
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perfectly then there no paper.
Actually, newspapers are to muck a Dart of our daily
IiI, than wi are pron to just "accept" them without taking r
into consideration just .racily how IIIUdt work goes Into each
There II the copy to I be written end edited, photographs ;
of .vents to be made, the advertising layouts to be designed
and submitted for okays and changel. But this is just a .".,all
part becauM OIIC' this Is done, both copy and layout
must b. transmuted into METAL r ,
There are the linotypa operator with their deft touch
and magic machines. and the men who compose the copy .
and Id. Once each page is completed, it is matted under
thousands of pounds of pr..sur"AI ro
Itch page il matted it Is, In turn, cast in the
cylinderical shape in metal 10 that it will precisely fit the
rollert on the press.
Plastic cuts of photographs ar, dud onto the metal. '
cylinders, each cylinder i. locked into place and the press
i. finally ready to roll.
Each man h.. to be I lpeclalist, for each operation Is
interdependent upon the proceeding one and the step to
Th.1 I great deal more to getting out I paper than
the 10 cents you place on the counter or in the rack cup
would imply.

I-Dot Geynar works at Woman News and special W. hope you' visit UI It our booth at the Tri.Ci
f eeturK. Home Shaw. Wi II have en exhibit WI hope you'll find both "
Interesting and Informative .
2-8arb. uniul taker care of bookkeeping and ; 1

'-N.w, editor; Sm Don|||; endGONDOLIER Ed Ball|| editor and p, ,;-i."U.Entj .' $4rOOCft'CpOnt0t1 ieSlatr 30 Per,Cent Water Rate Increase
publisher of the work in tandum. 3 iShoriln ( '
t t 1e +
*-M.r9aret Curwood at "Mirgartt'i machine" that ( $,Wrr ToBe Voted On By Council Tuesday + ,

cuts* the plastics| for all|| photographi. 4- ;-

'-Th.| ad! deoartment in full swing with Courtney s, P' .r err w aa Y ;.,- 'd I
Willis, and pg Bogert. : q
'-The t I i
individual pages set up in lead get dote
icrutiny from the Shop Foreman, Roger Kilby.78ill .
> Meyer refer to Copy ai he lets I large ad. f"n', r '; t'" ; Cti '' ; { fcr se laC

'-J" Page mat i I. being cast in lead by Charlie
Harvey.S'r Ex-Olympic Swim, Star: g|

'-Doug' igtit Debnam.copy (news) ii let by linotyp. operator Thiiy'ri Faster' Today? |psf&ySTa

I Ray Stephen putt the (finis ning touches on In"rly & x"""'l ,. :',' e 6
I completed page preparitory to matting.P R err n,,:r
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on the b ss:
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The Photography department ll in the able hand a t i
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Bob Obendorf.
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l3-Chec eling for any flews, Bob ha. |Just finished de.ytl s ,x a t
ping a photograph and it about to place it w Y _
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Maggie MagpieBy

layer of administrator for e problem or any negative reactions that. may be en CLAMPITT

ORIp a decision to get through countered Especially since the. proposed MAGGIE

Among the major recommendation of changes will radically effect certain per- "Eight' ball In the side pocket! !
that staff the communlcation I gripped the cue stick took dead aim m t ti
Confidently .
the 1963 Study, therefore, are those aimed ton now seeing on cautiously figured just the right
J had PIe
at bringing the decision-making officer problem* that may be Involved little"b.nk"white the shot I was going to win the game. to

of the school district Into closer in "selling" the new structure, assuming The cue passed euUy through my flllere back sb
relationship with classroom teachers AI. its wholehearted acceptance by the Board forth .. a gesture, characteristic I'vi been told, of a tnae pod :
so, among the major[ service provided te of Public Instruction, may of necessity player.I Billiards, however, date bleak '
administration the. consultants/ devolve the Board Itself hit the white ball (CII4 ball, to claaaical times The ScruC; I
ircncm or TM: AMOGUTCD rtm ._ $ MbU or TUB FLOUDA PRIM AMOCIATIONAll the by may upon my friend It hit the tight Ian philosopher, AiuchariiT
have been those advice* related to the A number of other recommendationsof ball lie a ballet dancer reported he saw a game ;
_.. Pre, II wh.lwy. s.Ulla. r rev I"_ ., .11 .... .1......... _It.. ra of and the Interest and Importance are skimmed across the table. logoua to billiards while trivet 1n
w w..hnH,. maned r lb. pw. ... ars 100oi s. .. .$.... ....... All rl bti W np.bll...... careful use language Import'ante uncommon de
'" ..-. M W ....... of honoring regular line of com Included In the sections that follow. It it pocketlt didnlickoand Quick It ing in Greece

fte sd 100oi ..1..drr..l./ .10 U aepntara. ... Ir. ......R..... II that the overall report will satisfyone table Jacques Bonhomme said, h
...1r M_ wM M .dt.a __ munication. hoped hit the edge of the 1885, had billiards been a R,5.,
The organiiational changes proposedIn taxpayer with whom we met who implored rolled to the right and droppedin an diversion, Horace would assuredly
riklhkol ]I.., Motfey ... Th. d.r rna I1M4 B. Mluil AnWME this study are relatively dramatic and us to "write the report In English, the end I loet! have devoted an ode to
I >tw>l Aa lin.4 OOM Minor At Port Offlo Al "... Ftorld that Pool, long considered strictly it and Emperor Nero
it seem quite possible that both the. pro- not In Educatloneiel" More than a man'a game 1I' rapidly I gaining have been diverted from would hit

EDWARD D. BALL ...... ........ .... ................... Editor and Publiaher fettionel staff and the lay community will however, It It to be hoped our. report will favor with many of the famed incendiary exploit bj H

COURTNEY WTUJS ........... .... ..... .......... .. .. Executive Editor require extensive explanation of the. mesons seem sensible to those who have tome weaker MX. But. it surely has agreeable a pastime
The popularity of
its ptculiaritiei.I the
SAM DILLON ....... ... ...................... New* and Newsphoto Editor underlying them. It tt of court fe Idea of whet "educational ._1I0tIC'" always thought "EngUah" haa led to Its invention gimi being

l ROGER KILBY ....... ... ..... .................... Mechanical Superintendent be hoped that. this report itself' provide! and who hold to the dream was a language. Now I learn claimed by England, Chlu;
sufficient rationale for the. changes' and really meant it'. something you "put on the France, Italy Spain, and "nit,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3 23 per six months $2.TS would be unfortunate if the tuperlntendent that. Sarasota County may tome day ball." The pool pl.yeelk orally, Russia. However, noth.
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, |8.21 per )year $4 29 It about right English, left English ing la actually known about the
staff suffer the blame for achieve HI! I of
per six months, $3 per three months. and hit reverse English true origin bUliardi
don't know what it meanf except Women have made Unit
if you have it the ball mark in the game. The Enn.rlopedla .
goes In the pocket if you lists Ruth Harris
The Postman Fights Back don't it gone somewhere el... Thelma Carpenter, JojcJ
The School Study "Scratch" doean't mean the Gardner and Agnes Morris I.
treatment normally given a having been top profestloiuii
Tfce Poet Office \\i going to get wen slew we and poor lII'r l/II.nship. mosquito bit .. "Scratch" during the 1930'a.
: A drttlnguiiW group of educator tow It, was oe or* self/ motivation with who don't like poitmen. The Port Office Department says its means the cue ball falls in the Another peculiar term In Dm
from Harvard and where Me / dogs received about 7,000 dog pocket or in the game game If 'bank." Not I depot),
foe have
Syracuse Emory Urn.verutie yoeitgtreri were trying The weapon It'l going to use In ait carrier known aa "eight ball" this little tory for money, it merdymeana
hat completed a searching study themselves/ rather than'' adapt to aerosol bomb of a spray called "Halt. bite a year, costing $1 million annuallyIn ball goes some place other shooting the cue b,J
of Sarasota County public ichook IH roles dictated to them, by their'' feocen. *. equipped with Hiepeppery lest work time substitute pay and than the pocket you have dealg- against one side of the tabs

finding are wrapped in a bulky, mim- lit other words Me,, tttdtiiti were Come spring potttnen medical nated. (or cushion) ao it bounce
up stuff will be able to repel or expense.Venice The word "pool" doean't across and hits the object bad
noqrephed, dovbe-ipaced! report of 312/ leaning iy participating In tefoTrtttlon / to the Post Office Department hope area postmen have had their. seem to have much hlitory. Or hitting the object bill wtk

IMg' / rather then adopting to on amino who leaps t* the attack. there of problems with biting clogs Three The Encyclopedia Brltannica the cue ball, ao it heads for i

It would fake. some long and earnest environment/ of Outs control/ any "Halt" Into the dog'i hove been. bitten one of whom wet out refers to pocket billiards pocket. ,
By praying "known in North and South English, cushion, bank
reading to digest the full Import of thitttudy To ", fnr* 11 vital! tinctio ot fee, postmen should be able to perform three w.*.*. In one instance, mail delivery America aa pool and very I just wish/ I knew how to teal

and it would b* well if every parent our school If democratic Ideals/ his duties end the dogs should suffer ire was halted to a home until IH popular with amateurt" (they that eight ball in the aide pock.

and everyone connected with the tdtoolt art to turvive fAy will/// 00* to only' lasting harmful' effect dog wet muzzled. can a.y that again) I Ir et.

could read it from cover to c_. intofar at we cow create and maintain According to postal officials three Now the postman will be able to r

For thou. unable to obtain a copy" or Ind'rridtal; / freedom, ovrooomy, months of felting the prey In Detroit.Baltimore iwiftly complete his appointed rounds THEPEOPLE

haven't Hie. t'me: to read the full report and privacy.- Miami and San Freneiieo have without hindrance from the. element -

the study group tummartted its finding With. respect to the adult who makeup shown' It to, be 84 per cant effective. The) or dogs provided h.'. fad on the drew L F

under the heeding "General Obterva the professional staff the most striking I 16 cent rat* of failure wi laid to end hit aim It good. (

front; These obtdrvetiont make partic quality w* observed It their genuine: per

shady' interesting reading to South County and sincere Interest In boy and girl*. IW SPEAK
r* idnh who have followed the school The foregoing observation about youth rilaunu
situation and who occasion have STRICTLY FRESH .-- w'
on morale are almost certainly related to
spoken' their. mind. It it for the benefit! To The Editor: time and evidently wars 1110
this quality 'in the teacher,, and the community
io llctnnn About beatniks: Anyone A few" boy were playing ruining others. The Benin
of thOM m particular, and South Conn- may well take pride In the accomplishment ': who looks like Abe Lincoln musical instrument on the have earned seven million dot

taint In general I, that the. salient point of its teacher with respect to ant be sA bad, Venice beach or a recent Sunday lars with exotic maneuver
I In the text of the. "General Obtervationt" child well-being. e e afternoon according to last and shaggy wigs and whether
TIll REV JOHN LOUIS JONES!: Want.to Impress mnMone week's GONDOLIER. The Gen. the General likes it or not t,,
are pretented herewith: This Important observation netwith- with dull facts Mike a eras) must have been joking their act la enjoyed by mil
GENERAL OBSERVATIONSThe standing, the professional climate of the Minister, Veolce-Nokomle Methodist chart out of them. when he reported the Incidentto lions of people.

Study Staff hat one overriding Sarasota County schools It not, sufficiently p4 I. Chore: the police. With all the ju- You are over the hill on its
venue delinquency we have In one, General
general reaction to the effect that the charged with excitement and an appropriate .. vw.. the world and all of the moneywe
Sarasota County School System It tignif. tense of urgency. Leadership in iv. .adwr..a spend to prevent 1It ia L .W, DROWN

lastly different from the. system eianvhed the schools, and at central-office levels, WHAT DO YOU EXPECT II difficult to conceive of anyone Former Superintendent
objecting to a harmless good, of Schools,
In 1956. Both the. community and the range from very good to very Inadequate, When Jesus said, "Seek and ye shall find knock and it shall Venice
school system have grown, with school The tame must be said of the classroom be opened unto you" Ha gave us one of the secrets of effective VOTE CREDITS win the
living What one gets out of We depends largely upon what he prize offered in The Gondo- ... ...
enrollments torn 80 per cent greater teaching about which we obtained evidence. lier's $4,500 contest You can -- ---

then In September, 1956. Innumerable The people with whom" we" talked, expects. get the winning vote by entering Elferdiak's of Oeprey
change have taken. place In the school teacher and leadership people alike, Many people pray without expecting anything to happen as A gossip .o a person who and getting people to rive I
a result of their praying. We begin the new day without expect- lets the chat auto f the bag. you the BOO FREE VOTE COU HM.toa Liquidation Salt I
system and molt of these have, of course, were all too rarely aware of the frontier ing anything interesting to happen to us during the d.,. We go PONS out of their copies of the CP TO 49% OFF B
been for the better. Evidence It abundant that lie waiting to be conquered and in to church without expecting anything to happen and we come An optimist Is a person paper, and by getting new or
that the staff hat worked their and away without having received any reward. who doesn't give up smoking renewal subscriptions. __ JJ '
professional to general! aspirations eipecta- Some people never expect anything beautiful to happen to and hopes.
Implement the. recommendation of the tiers were at a lower level' than we had them, and nothing does They never look for the beautiful end

1956 study, end on the whole the 1963 hoped to find. therefore never see it. They never listen for lovely music, and Venice Area Church Directory I
hear it. are not receptive to joy and joys
situation it better end stronger then the One looks in vain for example, at the of course, never
them b '.
pass )
on. In 1956. questionnaire and/or Interview data to VEKIC AWMBLT Of COO SEVENTH DAT ADVINTOTFooou
A woman was known for her sincere goodness and a sense ''Fut-ITP V,il<. 11.11' .t Mrrtw A.... .
f '
At the time find teacher who not contentto Trail RiL cut of tU. >
same many new problemshave many are of humor once said "I never start out for church that I do not I 51w. Vlttor tUurie. PMor rJokonli. Fla.P .
appeared. Some of these derive be left alone by the principal and say to myself 'God is going to speak to me this morning,' and SoncUr School. sums ..... .tor. tioo,.. I. Goal
Moraine Honhlp. II:00n.. !t+nk., ...tu...,. I 10m.. I1'1Pir
from the rapid growth of the school system whose awareness of and Interest In current He always does. I have noticed that I am not in the service very Use Head Ewnlni, SOTie., roe per .. cVrrleai I dO :,...., iw**
long until some word or phrase that fits my need seems to leap tt ln..d.,, pr y w M..tln.. ,,00 ,.m.
with attendant problems of staff curriculum development is significantly Bam! BamIBamlCRACKIThat's !
out at me, .though it was meant especially for me. I seldom NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE
recruitment, physical and financial resources above a token level. This It not try to carry the whole sermon away with me. If I can find just the way it goes VENICE-NOKOM1S CHURCH METHODIS1: CHtRCBESFIRST
Internal I communication, and the to that exciting and elicited teacher one or two sentences to tie to for the week, that is about all I when you drive nails into a Film Anew a Poinwttta. 48S-II1 PRESBYTERIAN CHURC1Lommunllr
say ask for." And might add those words or phrase leaped out plaster wall. Yet, it need not. I.h..1.. Jor., ruse,. / l nt rPr.
Increasing complexity of managing a far- were not to be found In Sarasota, for this we them. When driving a nail into Wonhip, .r._, t:10M.. md. 11 Tamers J. 1'........... MI....*.
at her because she was expecting .
.. Pund.r-55,00... Wor.N' .."'*
flung and expanding enterprise. Other was" certainly not the case, but their num- plaster, stick a small piece ot rhunh. I'r-h..It p'C' am.Y"hodub IhlMrra-i duo hold .,... !U.IMllh
If we meet our friends with the spirit of expectancy, they tape over the spot first This y..1JI '.I..p'p.. Isle p erxMYANURL Adult wrrlr
problems derive from a changing sociological hers are simply insufficient to support usually respond according to our expectations If we expect should prevent cracking andcrumbling .

and political climate, not only in and sustain the kind of curriculumimprovement something unpleasant we nearly always" receive it. But if w* of fsrrd; But, 100 L TI..I/ LUTH1IAN'hail : tNURMI TRINITY METHODIST CHWI
tl. county itself but in the southern program that it needed if the expect something pleasant, we are almost certain to be satisfied don't hammer rape, Th. IU.. Ckuh L c'S..su Row. Coon..I ..
If you are driving woodscrews Clwrt Sehwlt' Ins .... Alva A. Bold,., Mimt.a
region and the nation as a whole. Still schools ere to move forward. That the. A public speaker who had spent many years on the lecture Into the wall platter Bor.hin t.lt one. .4 IQiie, one S.nd..r |4I ...... WonbV 5a'...
other problems derive from the recent In-service training and program-develop platform, once said, "There are two kinds of people in every will be found to chip and .
audience those who came expecting something, and those who not hold the screw To Improve UIBSIDS. LUTHMAM.. CHURCH EPISCOPAL MlMIOAt ..
turbulent history of the school system, merit activities carried on and supported came expecting nothing The first class consists of those who holding power first rtn !t.r.Hi.M,M IIototit. H w.US.....41 48 .*W< Scout How* .

especially the administration, under fire by the County have not sufficiently come In, sit down, look about them with a smile and say, 'AU drill k small hole In the plas. Wtnhlp. School 5nIx. Hill..... a.BundW Paw- liOO Mxtan., ..wIp"-, VlrofuniUr
the right let's go let's have a good time' The other class consists ter and pack It with steel 1:11 :
from certain quarters for a variety of "reached" the minds and heart of arc dim till: one
of those who come in, sit down carefully stare straight ahead wool then drive tho screw FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
reasons teaching corps It therefore one of the and say, 'Very well, now please me if you can'." Into the steel wool. 115'1' CHURCH 01' CHn10T N. BbMnM Bird.Th ..
These problems, and others related to problems fo which" leadership people SCIENTIOTInc IU*. Ch.rlo. E. Cuthberbw,
It Is not only In the lecture hall that we find these two classesof was Vmlet A..... M'tUtar.: .hooL
them, seem in part at least to be a reflection must turn their immediate attention.The VtnlMSuwlw SuluUfi! e'4saa., Sliindv
people We find them in the church, at public entertainments, If you are In a public place; toriM. II tOO..... Yo..rohlptorfI.*
of the turbulent times In which administrator of the Sarasota et dinner parties, and conferences They always carry their attitudes If your business trims you In '">....", ...... ||11 one a. .,.. ....., YoutuPwHf

school' people are living. Candidly, however County schools have had at least their of suspicion with them, and everywhere they go they find contact with other people you WidimUr., Rorai t pm.IU4mi 10.. .m. to 4 p.. ..1Jr M p ..., Oo.p Y.L.1 l S.rw..

they must also be acknowledged eta there of such problem, and the relativelygood what they are expecting to find. should GONDOLIER'S consider: $4,800 entering contest.The MMM Ww.lnarro.lra"'nd_ ... holMin, ..d| ,rI. W.de.4ar,IonI n.5.
reflection of certain weaknesses in progress that the school district Let us go out to meet life with a confidence that we will find You may win the Ford or one
good and beauty in it. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they GUts METHODIST CBURCICornar CHURCH OF THE: NAZARENE
either the structure. of the school system has made since 1956 in the face of such shall see God. of the other prizes.ea. of PW4 .nd D... Sooth VonleaJt
of incumbents the to be lightly regarded.However Ko. Mil. D of the behavior In problems It not I Wr hip, SvnrlM ,,10 tot U ADd...-.. MlnkurPhono .
hierarchy. It seems to the Study Staff that mssal.a. ....., School. I:4t .... I 4oOOT
Wonhlp K nrle., lllOe: *.., Snadir. "boo. >tW rem
One of the most striking things about the public-relations problems of the district M. Y. P, I iOO p.. Morning, Wonhlp. 10:10 a.alYooth
BEADS AND BAUBLES Bibb, Stud.. Till p..,, W..n.>4.r.CATHO .. .."... S 10 p m.Evonlng .
the Sarasota County schools it the apparent remain more numerous and more ,,.... *T tOO ......
.Itih good spirit and the generally serious than they should be, and the level ( !.IO Wodnoidar Parr Mooting/ Til*-Pe
and beautiful
things CHURCH or TBS
t ,:nF. wholesome outlook of the. youngsters of professional Improvement activities (fy North H>rbor' Drln ..d SiruoU Stow CALVARY REFORMFD rOTRCS
U kon i 481-2711 or VENICE:
themselves. Though it It both difficult and within the staff It considerably lower than. FOR YOUR EASTER OUTFIT Rt R... II.|.. < ... w. 0........... 1101 North Situ DriM

unproductive to compare entire population seemt possible. Both of these problems, s 1 ...d... MUM.... ,Pulor,-winter Scfc-doUl. *n,. .JUr>. .School. .Prink i T:11. ..
of children with other, the mem- In turn, teem to be aggravated by various : ) ) OHitatloiui: Eatiirdar'00..10:10 CIO: to 1:10 m Wonhlpt. shoe fliO> .*
Community Hrmn.lnn
ben of the Study Staff nevertheless tend failures of communication. The problemof ..... ..d tilt to lilt ....

to take note of the Intangible elements communication, In fact, wet the one VENICE-NOKOMIS PRESBYTERIAN ST. RAPPAFLS LNOI.EWOOD: CHUBCIiOP

that constitute "pupil morale" at they about which the consultant staff heard U'Ut' 'CHURCH Dray A. 11..1.' Itt. Bm Mig>. 0.rt. W. Qua."*

travel from community to community. It more complaints, from teacher and laymen 141 Tilwhoiwi ii,. Klilta 4HMI.il V than other tingle matter Bialy. School! t,4l ..... MOM SlOO one
may be significant thet the Study Staffsensed alike, any Worship Berried sundae I:SO ..._ tonfoMloni Uot... M >
In the Sarasota schools a higher The communication problem teems to 411w lu.1'7 r.Uow.hlp H.ll II| ace.. Cud. 110... AN

quality of pupil morale than It usually be partly related to the ways th.* tuperlnUndent rViY"i C EVAWKICUCAl LONG R xoATIONAL AND CH HWO"RIs11

found. One of the consultants expressed and staff have chosen to behave, SAINT MARKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Tho .... E. Rebus. Ckabfe n.Do

his reaction .* follows: and partly related to the organliational a KEY CHAINS $1.00 ma a... Do..10 RI.I...Dan N eorwtl Parses.. gal.Seedy ., kolas MMIiuroWvlcv hold UnporarlWVoain ':t"fi. 0

,I "At I visited/ with W talked/ re structure within which communication T d S I Marine fIO.: ..-... Hot 0 eml.,"............ Sund.ra Oord.nl aouwtlo CM"'
,, ANIMAL PINS $1.00 e..Uo one F..il. W.rohlp & ..1, with etaMoi M "
formerwould Yuraln
:' the student of Sarasota schools/ / wo tales plice. One ample of the ti; S.tof 2INSECT pew Somoii .._ awns r,. adult. e'41'A.
tilltm.: Adult Bible assay. ud .I Rnroatloa Con.... Adult 01'' ,.
/ proclivityfor
,I struck with the degree of naturalness be the superintendent's **
PINS . $1.00 Church School" >m at of Cunt : |
of their, communication. They teemed colorful and creative phraseology, a N.eklae..nd Earrinq lliM .... MOPHIIM.Honiioii.'IRST frtnt ud mond Vonloo. H W.'nK.rd..., foe 11'I":

I fo me fa b* more comfortable/ with which sometimes leads to ambiguity or '. s SETS . $2.00 to $5.00 CHAf'1-
j l /Aemief'' / fo have achieved more misinterpretation; a different example I II ; BRACELETS . $2.00 Rkhsrd R. LI.yd. Parr. B.mn Dr a Old End.w' ed:

\Ill person' autonomy than'' II! true of the occasional tendency of some central- ... RINGS ... .. .. $2.00 Sunda Wor.hip, 'rhllD Smlot: A Oise,{lieace.... Sunday ROT Arthur ShouL) M ti4l: Spill...alank. **. fu/m

1 it students that I have observed In other office people to circumvent the proper Tr.lnln Fvonllif: SWvIo Unl.,. 1:10'::10 .1'....... of WenYla 11100_.

i location/ They seemed to dttnon- channel In passing Information up or DICK & MEADOWSPharmacy Wodn..d.. Pr..? M.nlnr., 1i.0 p r VENICE BIBLI: CH RCI1SS'.a.j

I strafe a need fa Improvise/ / eW foerefffe down the. line. Structural malfunction! en FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH n0 a Tyml.mi':: Tnu Pr's

; their,, own solutions/ fo protems. the ether hand, It eiemplified by the 213 W. Venice Ave., 488-6776 Venice Medical Center, 488.3985 //.1.Farm Tplo.0Iorl.l. .t Ioot: Clirtot V..I.)1.1. ..., :sS'iJr, ;:

1 / Tie school/ atmoiphtrt, M 1f I prevalent feeling that "there are too many Mtyy Wambip',erh 7h..h :'ii' .a a. q Pmrp. Pram Wod".and.,ink ,. :
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BlalockWill : 1' 'c [,_= ."T=Y'i : "I':: ",=;: _I'" rfA -
nrs. I Epiphany Guild Makes Plans CecSian Society
Give Talk: For
Busy Schedule Tuesday e & H GREEN
,,, J;,DIM T. Blalock will Event Features xatt STAMPSON
) Epiphany (Catholic
Challenge of Church) b All
,, on Thf $ guests women of the e
, ,oa1,, 1 Concerns" ate will have a full business pariah and winter visitors .it ALL
''Il'n of the agenda on nominations and invited.
L' 'ml t-so::\< ]icly meeting of Christian activities plans at its meeting Hostesses will be Mesdames Multiple Pianos PRESCRIPTIONSVENICE 1
?"'" an'Tu.-dny. at 1230: p.m.Jt Tuesday. at 1:30: p.m. at the Vincent Huneke. Dominic
njc church.A
;, Grace Methodist Church. Struble, J. W. Shannon, Frank A program of two. and four. SHOPPING CENTER VENICE AVENUE
delegate to the South West Schneider, piano numbers,
Uri. Fred Stiffler Social! Relations secretary Coast deanery meeting will be George Oesterle Floyd, Robert Mayo Fed., Mrs. Lester Wendt arranged, will be given by. -=''''UIII'l.R., .. I ur.. t_ _.._
01 Christ m A lenten de- elected. a nominating commit er, Earl Vensel, Loretto Rohrs at the CecUlan Music Society .
will be In charge. tee will boa appointed and plane and Sties Ellen Bresnahan. meeting March 5 at 10 a.
votion will be given for an April:\ card party and tileroup's I II m. in the sixth grade Sunday
hFI annual bake I
t < sale will school room of Venlce-Noko-
Those attendingare requestj -. be made Supper Is Planned mill Methodist Church.
tt b,.fl" their own Iandies Mrs. Margaret Kester is Mrs. Robert Merrill, presi FRIDAY SATURDAY
!; De ert and coffee will chairman of the bake sale, proceeds By New York ClubNew dent, will be In charge. Host-
IL .rr'",,,:1 bY members of they from which will go to York State Club eases will be Mrs James Kier-
Mwtha Circle. the Camp of Good members nan, Mrs Johanna
Council. Maier and
/, _, :\.A women are in. Announcements concerning p.m. for will a meet covered Tuesday dish supper at t Mrs. Bernard Smith. DEL MONICO SEAFOOD BREADED
.i ;i. the St. Augustine Diocesan at Englewood American Legion The Cecillan Society Is a fed.
Convention to be held at Lido Hall. erated music club. STEAK PLATTER VEAL CUTLET
- Beach in May, will be made. President Norman Fraser requests Numbers by classical and
Slides taken at the shrine of that those modern
attending composers will be
tUerimVn of Osprey Fatima will be shown duringthe bring a covered dish rolls and played.If 87 9U 77
Liquidation Sale I program by Mrs. Arthur their own table service (
I$100,000 VanLlll who will give a com All New York visitors and you have thought about en.

IT._TO 49% OFF mentary Members on her of visit St. Raphael's there. I he former aaid.. residents are welcome, this tering week.the $4,500 contest, do it ltt. :"' U\ _____._ 1___ ..... ,,... I
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Society Englewood will

SEE Missionary To India .
'''' \ .:.y ;\ _i_ _

Will Address Women's Group Reg. 1.49 Reg. 1.10 Mennen

Dr. Vale Cleveland medical M D. degree from Tulane. I II

Kodak missionary guest speaker to at Indian the,Sarasota will be schools She taught prior to in her the appoint.Florida KAALOXLIRID 88( SKH I RRACER 64

ment to Kolar, India in 1959.
district meeting of Woman'aSociety ,There she don full time an.
of Christian Service of esthesla and some pediatricswork Reg. 89c Reg. 69c Wernets
nf the the Methodist Church Wednesday and la secretary of the

TRI-CITY HOME SHOWFEB. Sarasota.at First Methodist Churchin 'Methodist program in medical India. scholarship I I ROLAWS 51 ( I DENTURE CREME JAtf

Theme of the meeting win b* .
26 thru 29 "Witness Through Service."
Registration begins at 9 a.m.
WE" SHOW YOU THE and the meeting will concludeat s Reg. 25c Bottle of 60 Vitamins'

NEWEST MODELS! from 3 p.m.District Venice. officers and Englewood attending HOPE HOUND DROPS 13( I THERARAH 2.73

WE'LL GIVE YOU THE are Mrs.MuM J. and T. Blalock Mrs. George, MrsIrrin Alt NEWDIALCET .

Clark. Mrs. M. L. Turbeville, (
LATEST district president, will preside the modem war Reg. 89c Gillette '
and Mrs. Nevin Simmons, president to laths

Oldest and From Leading the Areas Camera Shop WSCS District, will of the welcome officers host the will church's guests be r I STAINLESS BLADES 56( II SPRAY STARCH 59( I

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rAGE SIX THE GONDOLIER 1 -:-::::-:-:: -

I Scores Adult 'Trike' Critic's Verdict: 'Superlative''Diary' Halloway YORK, best(AP)known- Stan!2*

Bridge Broadway as Alfred p D-JJ

Production: Yet tie in "My Fair Lady," i i. ) .
Brand NewA Vl T's Finest ing back in another muaitcona'
Reid* Bindle. Mnnd.r' Frk IT. 1 Dm. Brl'.. Stadia. Tuauta, F.k, lick "Cool Off," .
NORTHOn' m .1 T if ..... ......
1-Hr ..n1.... ),la,.k Pvrn: 117' .. NORTH-SOUTHt new phase In bicycling Starring with him i in th,
i-Mrt., El: i M rlam and Mr.. J. W Till Oboe af Ann Frank show, described as an
t Bernard" P..... .. and Cot VlnetnlD the trl-cycle for adults and optinll
Klmball 18I y. .1 aon, llj' M. trash ____.___ luhn Ho.hMlop tic fantasy, Is to be
11 here and the
Harrlaon and Gen. U H.tattler youth now Hermione
-011. larwr .
1M... arttr HarrUon. and Gen. 1. HMilter _. __. .. 1.1 I" atomMo. Jerome
H. vehicle that makes all this fun Baddeley
ItBI Vsa nun ____ G. I' .r Weidmaq
d-Mnm.. ...'.ld and 41 J.en.q --M... Harrr Low..... and 11.... possible can be seen at West- Mr. Van bun Lars llh. ... +r lr co-author of !. |is du
I. N. Jam.. U KalM, 117 Pow .. _u Tim Wa, -"rhMn. ., Y ing the book and the
RAIT.WUT.tM 4- B Hilton and A. 0. Campbell.IIOi. ern Auto Store. Frank ______ ten Groan r scort u
G. K.IP and Mir LucyJmlrPPA :
Jam __ 1 the assignment of
.. Store owner Fred Corbett is Mara- Frank KalhVon BrannonAnn "i Hop.H
101.1Adm. If AST. F8T Frank ,,__ 1 lien P.rka Blankman
previously !
and M.... 0. C' H.mUnb 1004.Mn I--MI. Lucy Joumrar and Mi... Mark showing the Burris Three M. Hniee __u __ Ralph Thnmu the com\
$- I. H. .MorM..nd CoL Vine.nt101l011 aver, I USt Wheeler, a light weight but Mr. Dinari 0_U___"_ K.n Walkat { ti poser of an off;Broadway athibit.

4-..*. Clan. N'.r.rtaon and Mr.. L. V, -Mn. 1.. H Motrla. and Mrs I. J.NeoMn solidly built American manufactured PEGGY BOGERTFor N "By Hex,
By -
Poops n. three-wheel bike with
Mends. Fab IT, heal |In Nflani and Mrron SchotnMd .
Brldn Sludlo 7.1. amKORTH II*. a large metal basket located want of a better phraseI
.!0O2' rvt 1N.. K.. ration and ft. V Handler. between the two rear wheels. have always called!!' it a 'full Swim

lMr I_Mra.,and M.v M.WE.B.re.. and Canon III.... KleanKAT M',. 'Inply.W.maa'. Cluh, Tho.....'. ,... "IIII' The tricycle weighs about 50 feeling." It is how I feel when Ins 7 0
.. ,. ." AI r.... pounds and can be peddled I've read a particularly wonderful -

-Mr.. .A..ndllnno' : T R MweeIV.... 1- Mn NORTH. T.nw<( Harrfcwn and dm U H. with the utmost ease thanksto book wellwrittenit WaterAT
and" Kv7r' Mr. M .. NltWn' 01. Mlles, 144. either a free wheeling or a is how I feel when I've eaten
t"r I Mr.. riar Carbon. and A. O. C...... .
Mr.'; Hulk Srrrnr ... T M ShavarMaadowt Ml, IMSMn. three speed rear axle. The delicious food, excellently prepared '

1 Mr" Do"" ud Mr.. I T. B. HI.h........ and Col.Vlne.t three-speed rear axle has a or heard music masterfully -
noon, 110'10.I down shift is how I Warm Mineral
W. I.". II to produce more interpreted It
..... J. w. Xlmball'iMn and Mo., Hoary
120. power. have felt when I've walked out
YOURCAR eoer.nn Use of the classy, yet serviceable of a theater on Broadway after
I "ro It N. Onnld Oft' Pin, I. J.Nwlnn Springs
110.I vehicle are many fold. seeing Katherine Cornell, Maurice
I' 1"1. and III R (1ow.n. III'". Adults of all ages can easily Evans or John Gieljud It
1 Mark KviFrvcdman .... and .Rwnard. peddle the trike to the is how I felt )last evening whenI 12 Mile. South of Panics

'I A.n.. rat. 111'y.d and Hop 0. Mulr store load up the basket with walked out of the Venice Lit. On US 41

-bY- 117,. groceries and be back home tie Theatre completely satisfied ...J
Brldita Stadia. FrMar sea 11.1. I pm.
NORTHSOUTH with ease. yet getting in some !
:: Bill) Phillips 1-Mr. and Mm. V. H. r....... 07 good exercise I For their fourth vehicle of !
2- "Mra. Fred. Brldaa and Mra, Ruth A school ,
boy girl would
"Mrs,.. "', the season the theatre group
/-Mr.. Corrla Graff and )(... K WFrickann find the Burns Three-Wheeler has undertaken '
Mike others see as \
sure you .
72 a handy and fast means of
the diff cut
drive Watch pedestrianseyes W EST !
e. you hint about their movements I- Mra. Flrannr IIoI..hi_. and 101",. transportation task of producing l r ": I-. .II
to Mar Karra. Til As for retirees it's just the IfGj "The Diaryof Il '
Watch the left front 1.1 B Younc and W E. Tour.. 01%. ticket because of the ease with L I5yfe-, -- .
Anne Frank
wheel of cars for am sign of I-Mr. Paw Ones and Mra H. L.
P.rtolnmew. t"'.. which it can be ridden and the touching h .
veering or turning Maintain a V...1.. ("........ Brldaa ("Io'ri. fact that it will not turn a storyof ,
safety margin.Did .... 'M. II." T:1t ..... over eight Dutch :
Mied Po''" B.....I Corbett points out that norm J Jews who seek
you know that sedans 1-Mra. I. V. P ttmaa and MrroaSrhomfrld ally such tricycles built for .: refuge fro mthe I HANUKKAH CELEBRATION scene in 'The Kathy Brannon as Margot Frank, Gerl Becker AHG /
more weight on Mr,
carry mlI Rhodes as
adults are custom-made job at as Mrs. Van Daan, Larry
front wheels than the --Mr. and Mn. W H. TVMna." IKIHi. Nazi- regime in Diary of Anne Frank, current production I f .
their and
has I- Ad... and Moo. R. C. Home. Kit. costing a great deal of money Peggy Bojert tlny"flat in the Venice Little Theatre, features the entire Van Daan, Kenny Walker as Mr. Dussel, f
rear? A station wagon 4-Mra. damn fl KalK, and Col! Vlntmt I But the Burris Three Wheeler Ellen Parks as Anne Frank, Standing are
Amsterdam It is a story told cast. Seated clockwise around the are
its wheels. D IM
weight on rear on
more Stoneas
This is more I-M. and Mra. far r. M.ilrBrida ITS". 'is manufactured bv an out. through the eyes of a little air in why rear wsgons tires. Sedan carry use I--"orl 111"' Zooh. .d Mrs I. I. No.s. standing maker of English bicycles who confides her fears her Frank, Tim Waidelich as Peter Van Daan, Miep (Gondolier Photo by Dillon)

air in their front tires Stadia, Satardar" ,... find.I and an American-made loves and her enthusiasm for :
more *.ia. conversion kit. life to her It is her voice Each is in love .,... :
I-n.t It about time you had 1-Vrrna Srhoenftld and 111... J JNealon See these diary all this fine, then It must be blacking out the stage withoutthe amateur group ...._ r r
trl in
a brand new car' Isn't it time II',. fascinating -cy- that begins the prologue as the said that the stage set and convention of pulling the with his role and all are NAVE! yOU tJOTICOOW
you put aside worry about car -Mn. C. R..Caaa and !Mn. Look J des at the Western Auto boothat story unfolds her voice that lighting are without parallel. curtain The effect of this is love with the play. The result vcRy Few PEOPLE&
ntrtlv 7I the
Tri-City Home Show
repairs, worry about old tires, I-H.I ,.,., RMmrr and I. K. Hill "'.. the speaks the epilogue. Everyone who so much as lift. startling since it eliminates .he is a superlative production CAM SNEEZE AND LOOK
Ringling Winter
worry about mechanical breakdowns /- "W....B.W C.R....W''r. T4 and Mre. today. tomorrow and Quarters It is amazing that a group of ed a finger toward .:.. creationof "finality" that comes with the As. for the director, Mike NONCHALANT'Looting ,
and roll into your Saturday. amateurs can take so difficult the set and toward the closed curtain through the Cappe he is to be commended .

own driveway in a brand new INDUSTRIAL a vehicle and come through achievement of the effective I effect of lights then darkness, In the final analysis, nonchalant ;Isn't ,."

Ford Stop by at BILL PHILLIPS \ I with what I consider their and beautiful lighting deserves the audience never loses the it's the director who Is responsible when you are faced with a f t.

FORD in Venice and Continued from page 1)) mssterpicce I don't believe an "Oscar" in his own right. feeling of continuity, the feel like the captain of a ship, nancial liability. Mala sure yot

look at the huge selection of mission and more than 15 percent ta and allied] manufacturing that this play could be any One of the most interesting aspects ing of a series .f closely knit in seeing that "all aboard have complete Iniurangt Cowage .

Fords and Falcons You'll be already has been subscribed activities in Sarasota and Man better done by anyone. of the mechanics of the episodes The dark dimness reach port safely" Cappe has see us this week. and
glad you did. by area financial institu step counties It really isn't important who play was constructing a four of scene changes I ill beautiful in certainly proved his talents we'll let.
Don't load anything In your lions and others working on "We knew there was a great ;Is in the cast since each person room flat on the tiny space itself, since the off-stage light- and his worth. help you up t plan.,

nr' or wagon so you can't see the formation of the develop. interest in promoting industry has lost his identity in his char offered by the local theatre ing throws the set into panelsof I can only say that I hope

ahead or to both aides. This is ment group ," Salvatori went on. "and acter presentation. There are stage The effect achieved is light and shade that are fascinating that no one in this area will deprive
illegal in most states and is Federal Funds the tireless efforts of superlative! Through lighting, -
bankers, no kudos for anyone only himself of the opportunity
just good common sense as Sale of the $250000 in stock businessmen and other citizensin the amateur engineers achieved The actors and actresses
well'! will make federal funds up to the past few months proves For everyone associated with four sets in one. I have played their parts witha to see The Venice Little

Lane hoping Is hard work !1-million available from the it" the production The two act play is a seriesof sensitivity a poignancy and I Theatre ride the 'crest of the
You must look in three direc Small Business wave" with its
tions almost at be safe Administrationto Salvatori said the SBA encourages Without Parallel'If scenes The changes of understanding that tar outreaches I finest production -
ehead once to the development company such firms and reported the actors themselves are scene are made simply by the expectations of any to date.
.e rear and the side
With the GCIDC
you're toward. And money hopeto that Gulf Coast is the ...--.._...........-. liLlI',.--"t"" -
moving be able to offer industry
first that will be broadly owned
you must judge speed and distance favorable' terms Indu.trialoark -
of four cars those ahead sites buildings and by the citizens of the area a'
being served And the GCIDC 1964 VENICE
and behind SEE THE
In your own ment explained its president,
president went on to note that
lane, and in the lane you enter Philip L Salvatorl head of
throughout the nation local de-
t "'etalPgal?'7xR_...ysa.et-1"r Obng Laboratories in Saraso- velopment companies are being .

formed under SBA regulations .
P"r4? ra' S to alleviate unemployment -

and expand the local industrial -

:;;r best-way economy.Public-owned

: "But only the Gulf Coast

|, JANITOR/ SERVICE company" Salvatori declared,

"is organized to be wholly owned -

W. Specialize In by the public."

I RESIDENTIAL SERVICE The in business development and has companyis opened w

Also Commercial; offices at 367 Harding Circle,

WASHING OF EAVES St. Armands Key Sarasota. Its

WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS executive secretary is Keith
Now at
COMPLETE FLOOR CARE Morrison, former executive Open
secretary Sarasota County

WIShing Wasing, Buffing Light Industry Council.
FREE ESTIMATESALL With the money from the sale EAST on VENICE

of its stock Issue and the government ,

our equipment is NEW for faster, a'e plans to acquire and develop

better and more efficient work Industrial parks, build and !

1 GERALD W, CONEY, Owner and Manager lease industrial buildings or .

; Boa 287,, Noltomit; phone 488-3392I sell a complete industr: ..

'J: I Licensed end I lrn ,d age to expand local
or new firms interested pat'k'i ...- L _
; Member Chamber of Commerce cating in the region, ,

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'It,a J Chosen District Head ,

enjoyable (and luc their seven-months-old daughter

4k 11!ost/ imagine) project Carol Lea, from New York Second Time
would be emulat- City where he Is a staff actor
r4 e Venice area Is the with RCA Studios, will p1 .4.4q
4M\ der"the circle of the Sara. be with her parents, tel Nor. Top Job Filled ,
Club'a Distinguish- wood Smiths of Shore Road, ,

Glrden ExhIbit Their leV. Nokomis, for 10 days Joan i ia is Venetians .sei .

lomel Innual program beautiful, featur uate.1952 Venice High School grad. I'y By p i '"V ,
;10( of the homes in and -0- Mrs Mae Wrede of Bay View
unusual Parkway will be the second
held lastend
I .d. Sarasota, was It most From Nevada, Iowa, Mr and successive Business and Professional
| found
we Mrs Henry Scudder came with Women Club DIs-

C'so'ma 'Inspiring beautiful their daughter, Frances, to 1 ) trict 9 director to serve from r1' ; :
visit .
Mrs Schuder'a parents, the Venice chapter. ,
old and new, In
10 both the Normand Pattons of Casey She succeeds Mrs. Lillian '

and suchuannexhbti Key They are sharing their Bent, retiring director, and
three-week stay with the Pat will take over her duties in "
j ,o over very well here tons and with Normand Jr in k's June. She was elected Sundayat ,. s sJLLT

Key West Frances is a studentat the district meeting in Arcadia
oi Iowa State University r
from thepaperman
-Jc.i 's point of view, -0.- Also elected to district posts I

already) blessed Mr and Mrs Arthur Fisherof .. k from the Venice group were
r (
those Mrs. (4
Inlet Virginia Ramsey, alternate -
of humor who get Circle (she is the 1 i_ tr .
newawriter'aon. former Helen Vacheresse who delegate, and Mrs Irene -
,1 I up In a Shockey, delegate to the state
We ruefully surmise preceded ua In this Jotting nominating committee from TOP BRASS VENETIANS in the District 9 Business and Pro-
Jottings likely holds the spot) had no more than arrived District B. feosional Women Clubs are these BPW members shown at
a world record at this in Venice Sunday night un STUFFING PARTY-Busily engaged 'stuff Frank J. Korinek, campaign chairman and The state the district meet Sunday in Arcadia Two were elected to
convention will beheld
having last week in thir- til word of their arrival was In, envelopes for the March 1 kickoff of the VFW past commander. Clockwise around the in June District posts; Mrs Lillian Bent, center, is the retiring district dIrec-

!tort! lines displaced one "on the wires" They are here Easter Seal campaign, sponsored by the Sarasota table are Mrs. Melvia Wood, treasurer Mrs. will be installed at the officers tor who is being succeeded by Mrs Mae Wrede, right Mrs

,,an, torn asunder a from their Belpre, Ohio, home County Crippled Children's Society, are Olga Girard, chaplain; Mrs, Elizabeth Boyle, District In Englewood May, Virginia Ramsey, left, was elected alternate delegate to the
and the length of their is members of Tamiami Memorial Post 8118 trustee Mrs. Clarence Kroener, meeting
e and remarried one of stay ; president; Other newly elected l officersare I state nominating committee. Mrs. Irene Shockey was elected
to another person, noted presently undetermined but Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary The Mrs Hattie Howard, flag bearer, and Mrs. : Mrs Mary Frances Caldwell delegate, (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Maggie Clampitt)
probably distressingly short. auxiliary's aid in the project was enlisted by Clara Niemchek, guard See -
I, It was quite a feat, I ( story, page 13)) of Sarasota, assistant '
lank goodness they were -0- 'I rector, Miss Estelena di'I'
JI and enjoyed the joke, The William R. Marchmans Pinochle Players of Fort Myers. recording
'"heleis,, we're aghast, of 400 Beach Road, who form Robert Baynard AppointedTo retary: Mrs Helen Townsend Nicenwonger
serer want to live through erly lived In Fort Valley, Ga., Will Meet TuesdayThe of Sarasota, corresponding sec- ,

.1 gain ... were host and hostesses last Pinochle Club, open to Episcopal Diocesan JobRobert retary, and Miss Marilyn Whiteof
.0- week to Fort Valley friends, DeSoto
the County, treasurer. Mr. DeTienne WedENGLEWOOD
public, will be in chargeof
Mr. and
'I j w Common of 811 Mrs. Albert Evans Venice members attending
,rbra St., has returned who left on Sunday They were Bernard. Freedman at itsBam S. Baynard, a com the district meet were Mesdames -
r her lix-weeks "most on- only here for a few days and meeting Tuesday at municant of St. Mark's Episcopal Val Matter Ann
Venice Civic Center :, Margaret The couple will be at homeat
'!e" trip through the rmdLst I though the weather Church, has been appointed
Thompson Kay Zeugner Dorothy of
Abe S. Mandel was In chargeof Nicenwonger 160 Dow Rd., 160 Dow Road Port Char.
and has brought! vlslI Mrs. Marchman said play at the lay co-chairman of the Diocesan Rhodes, Virginia Ramsey Port Charlotte, and Arle N. totte.
I home with her, Here for it was even worse in Tuesday Capital Funds campaign
Tying for first place were Margaret Redford, Mae DeTienne, of 2830 Tenth St.,
| rt visit with here are Mrs according to their guests A. G. for the Venice area by Bishop Wrede and Ruth Sovereign Grove City, were united in
Campbell Dave Rapp
r i Schmidt of Davison, and Leslie Heath and Henry Henry I. Louttit of the Dioceseof At the all day session, which marriage, Feb 14 in the eve Scout Banquet HeldCub

o and Mrs Albina Com The former Jacqueline Men Metz with 68 points for both South Florida. convened at 930; a.m., attendance ning, at the Port Charlotte
U Flint Mich. and. now Mrs Harry Jackson I teams This expansion program for trophies went to the En- Community Hall, by the Rev. Scout Park 122 had its

of Abilene, Tex, was an honor I Second place winners, with the next three years calls for glewood and Port Charlotte Harold A. Ahalt, of the Holy Blue and Gold banquet of the
j-9 visiting here recently student at VHS (she graduated 64 points, were Mrs Abe S. 70 to 80 new missions through. chapters G u eat luncheon Trinity Lutheran Church A reception -
t Dr. and Mrs A. G. Reese in 1960)) and also at Universityof Mandel and Lewis Dullmger out the 32 counties comprising speaker was Miss Della Rosen. followed with refresh year last night at the sponsor

Goudersport, Pa., !guests Miami before her marriage. In the east-west position, this diocese. A revolving loan burg of Starke Fla., state ments served by Mrs. Joe log Venice-Nokomis Methodist
kr, and Mrs. J. A. Nourse Her father, Robert Menand of with negative scoring, winners fund of $2 million will be raised first vice-president, who spokeon Mapes, aunt of the groom and Church.
Park Lane Drive The Lemon Bay Drive said he and Mrs to finance these new mis "Personal Development"Mrs Chuck Fields assisting
were H. B. Shaw and Carl Members, and den
|'sea celebrated their wed. Mrs Menand have just received Raush with 41 points. sions through early stages I Bent presided at the parents
Attendants from Port Char mothers attended Robert
anniversary while their word from McMurry College Other winners were: W. Wolf, The Immediate program also morning meeting and Mrs Donald
lotte were Mr. and Mrs Charles lett is cubmaster,
in were here and the party in Abilene that she Is Includes $350,000 for of the Hope Pierce gave the luncheon
Richard Doyle, S. Shapiro and care
with ,
Field, Becky Nicen Haucke, committee
Kled! the Eugene Packs of Invocation.Mrs. .
making the dean's list there Carl Schoenhotz. aged in the Bishop Gray Inn Mes.
acting flower girl. and den mothers are
(Hartford. Conn., who are too. She is a sophomore at Mc Other low-point players In of Davenport, and $350.000 for Wrede is a charter Guests wonger from Englewood included dames Bill Stulgis, Florence
The member of the
Siesta Venice
on Key. BPW
rung Murry.
work with students at Florida
the negative positions were: and Thornton
the groom's aunt Stephens, Jean Peg.
I1 and the! Norses met on a Atlantic Chapter, which was organizedin
G. Coon, C. Walton, Mrs. M University Stetson uncle, Mr. and Mrs Joe Laps and Shirley Schless
holm tour to the North 1955 She has held the local gy
[ and
University the Universityof
Hughes, Charles Newell, A. B. Mapes, Grove City: his parents -
e last summer. Secretaries Meet Ivy, W. S. Franklin George South Florida. I offices of recording secretaryand Mr and Mrs. Alvin De
and the
president for
--otljrweds past
Srhalz. Mrs Mae Newsome The long range program over Tienne; Mr and Mrs. Homer Start saving the 500 FREE
Tomorrow two has been
Duchess (Wil- For Plans chairmanof
o Mrs Naomi Darrow and W the next decade contemplates years Kenyon; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton VOTE COUPONS out of your
the world affairs committee.
On) and Robert Hodson ROBERT S. BAYNARDfor
Kozin. an additional revolving loan Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Mathias copies of The GONDOLIER.
| arrive home tomorrow Venice Area Chapter of Nat. She has held the district officeof
fund of $3 million for new con Bowser and Mrs Millard Hog- They are good toward winningthe
local Secretaries Assn coeducational .
nf from Gainesville for a older people; a new recording secretary.
gregations the establishment contest prizes.
nd visit with her patents meet Monday at 8 p,m, at the HAV Doard To MeetThe of three Episcopal: residential preparatory school; a Originally from Wisconsin, encamp
;I. H. Williamsons of 1210 home of Mrs. S. G. DeLao of new preparatory school for she came here in 1936 and in
colleges at the above named
\ II I Ave They will return to 428 Armada Road. March board meeting of universities two -homes girls: two new camps and 1943 married Thomas Wrede I
'!lvllle on Sunday Plans will be made at this Venice Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers ; conference centers; a new Jr. They were away from 1950 LOOK! April Special .
meeting for entertaining the will be held Mondayat chapel at Camp Wmgmann, a to 1954 while he was in military

[other visiting young Manatee Chapter in March and 10 a.m. in the communityroom DeMolay Car Wash chapel for St. Andrew's Pre- service and upon their return MacARTHUR HOTEL
I., Joan (Smith) and for National Secretaries Weekin of Sarasota Federal Savings paratory School: endowmentand she, in 19j6, became executive 0
id Howard are here with April. and Loan Assn. Scheduled SaturdayDeMolay a chapel for Berkeley Preparatory director of Venice Area ON THE BEACH

School; establishmentof Chamber of Commerce. She o WEEKLY RATE
members of the held the until 1961 at
The World Center for Liturgical post
Robert E. Lee Chapter will i Studies: support of the which time she took a position Private Room and Bath with 3 Meals

laurel Couple Wed In 1864; wash your car for $1.50 Saturday University of the South at with a Sarasota constructionfirm K $40. single $65. double

at Helser's Sinclair Station Sewannee Tennessee, and ul for 17 months. $25. Deposit
timately the establishment ofa She is presently employed In
Satisfaction Is guaranteed, new Episcopal liberal arts the auditing department of REGISTER IN MARCH
ji0/j//// Celebrate Tomorrow the members soy. The hours' college in Central or South Ringling Bros Barnum & Bailey PS 4885467Topi

will be from Bam. to 4 p.m. Florida Venice headquarters ;

'\,nice -- "rt.fnm: .T. '"
was a city Of onehe I ; ..- .
and a railroad station, tit '
a box car on a railroad sid- ... -.t',. .'. .:.' .,

| behind the present Breeze. .ft.. .. ,
t Market site, when Mr andF .: .: << --r-: -- ;. .

P M Harp of Laurel E1J4! i Ib.. t. v

there 40 years ago. ea 'ist f

Pwy didn't, however, "grow e a .' It'rs'

'Ndy with the city they were ...,. .. :
'grown" and that year
brated their thirtieth wed-
%: anniversary

sorrow they celebrate an-
I' their seventieth.

I inning nonagenarian and still, he driving is still I =' and staff welcome you at

I garden produces flowers
fresh vegetables for them "

I year round. The driving f is

necessity, aiQce they are I IL FIRST FEDERAL
sped from Immediate shop-

!', and he has a driving recfew -
1 could equal if any VENICE WASN'T when Mr' and; Mrs F. M: Harp came hereIn y'' eI

|1'"e he has never had an ac- the early 20's. He came as a superintendent in the turpentine
'"nt In all hIs years behind extraction work in the area, and they stayed on In Lau '
wheel tlft
rel, where they will celebrate their seventieth anniversary to- VENICE
to. Harp is In ill health morrow. They are members of Venice Baptist ChPHOTO I ) ,
i he also does all the cook. ( ) S

and housework as well as -
"I care of her. The annlry '
> celebration will ;1''; More and more families In this fast-

1 *. at home this ear

h i only their son, Charles, and for Easter. growing area are getting ahead at

1 his family here from Sara. .. 0
a. They have another son, &; our Venice office. They like the per.

el, who lives In Oulfport SUITS

v Ir.. zte, ekJt + n'h sonal service f neighborliness) and

had risen to the
friendliness of and his
nn profession In turpen- I Harry Raby
e iM
extraction work In North
10lma and came here in the by DAVIDOW I entire staff.
ly' '
M s to superintend that
us'ry In this area. He later

I rated Postmaster a country store and the essence of P: hvNG,1 \ NOq
at Laurel for I
rears He has been busy the elegance in Spring ,,
It few Carolyn PrUooll P.I, Lola "IterniV FVW
years _
ions tutoring fellow Fashions Loft to rights MHdki Bob Knuckle, Brekr pauehtnr. K rw Hough 1h I i e
t being a member of II Bottom i Uarrr P. Kbrt offic aunty X 55. ,
fraternal organization for o SILK AND LINEN "r st
Is also a Knight

J1 Ira Baptist Harp founded the Ven- FIRST SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

ve Church and they
the land for Englewood

601 S. Tamiami Trail
Nettings columnist, ,
the couple on Sunday rap DRESSES

capability. He claimt .
was one of his lax e JEWELRY j 200 South Pineapple 355 South TamUmi Trail 361 Harding Orel
combed Mrs.
!ill formate e HANDBAGS see our booth at the TRI-CITY HOME SHOWTHE

l for a good mar- ACCESSORIES I
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III( il 921) U "hard work, 1 W. Venice Av.., Venice :
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; m1fu.i.n 27,


Alaskan Visit I Klyn Serves Up Butterfly Chops"" PW" T BW T- I

Gerald of- Casey Key ten by Gourmet Historian Dan 1 e'r'r'. ',. e''", .t" 9II .
., I"
I Will Be read by Nor I
SubjectAt wa
r and Mentor, Mich., earned his Mahoney I
chef du Jour hit Wednesday at mend Patton.
r the Venice Gourmet Club dinner The Klyn: married 43 year, 'i
Men's Club in the Gourmet Room of came here eight year ago af A4ie
Myekka Lane, ter having wintered in North
His menu consisted of Chi Miami and Lake Worth for 10
The Rev. Mile DePagter, home it
nM vegetable appetizer butterfly year Their northern
Grace Methodist Church pastor chop (pork chop prepared In Mentor, where their two .: !
who recently attended a with a spiced Huffing), : sons daughter and six grand'children
minion to Alaska will show spiced apple ring, pea with live.
elides on his visit and discusshis ihredded ecarole, a four-tier He was born In Boskefp Hot. t ritI aSVi
adventure at a public Texas salad topped with whip. of nurseryman,
land Mm a
meeting of the church' Men'sClub French roll, cherry L
ped cream, and after travels and language
4 r .Y J, Monday at 8:30: pm. at pie and coffee', studies in Germany Franc
the church. Jim Kalec presided a* executive and England he served in the
Women aall10 invited. A
chef and Bob Handley and Dutch army during WWI. He
covered dish will be
upper Tony Thomas assisted In prep cam to this country In 1918,
served at 6:SO p.m. and those in
Holland briefly
reterned to
attending are requested to President BIN Court fee 1918 and returned hen permanently
bring along a covered dish. credit to False for a
special in 1818, entering the i'NEW
The church office
requests set of Individual
vQt complete business In Mentor. He
that those to attend
planning place marker for members month of the
till spends six:
call the office by tomorrow and their wives and e lighted year then, running; the family
noon I rostrum which he designed and They
busmen with his ton*
The Rev
Mr. DePigter
made for the club. alo own a second nursery in
9 one of 35 U, S. Methodist ministers
Included Dr. and Mr.
Guest Calif., area.
and IS laymen .elected the Los Angeles I ....
of St. Louis, Mr.
D B. Flaveu
TLFJUNIORS for the mission which spent Robert E.: Qulnllln of Klyn' hobby 1* rose, which JOURGerald Klyn won his
and Mr* at his CHEF DU chef du!what
DANCE The Junior Cotillion an' Club building on North Harbor Drive. other two week Alaskan!in Anchorage cities end Columbus, Ohio and Mr and tome he grow. He also extensively like to travel, I for his dinner .nerved to member\ of the Gourmet rl.Wednesday.
sponsored by the Junior Section of Venice- Several of the member and their guests are Mr, Jamea Ktornan. has made six visits to Holland He and Mr, Klyn are shown with Major DOII'nBUl
I Nokomis Woman' Club, held its third danceof shown above. There will be one other dance The Gerald Klyn story> writ- and ptana another trip to En- Court,, right, who made the hat presentation.
the season Saturday evening at the Wom during the season for the young people. Episcopal Women rope this summer, (Photo by James llslxa

Elect Next Week President Fetes

Officer of Episcopal Church- Other Officers -,
women will be elected at the
1 meeting of the group Tuesday Mr*. Clarence Kroener, pre,
at 10 a m at St. Mark. Episcopal ; Ident of Tamlaml Memorial
Church. Poet 8118 Auxiliary of Veteransof
The program win begin at 11 Foreign Ware, entertained
a.m. with The Very Rev Lloyd for auxiliary officer at her
A Cox, dean of Fort Mver Nokomis home on Feb. 21
I I I Ie deanery, speaking on "The Honored officer were Me.
Work of the Church with Migrant dames J G. Eastman, J. R. a
in Florida." Kellerman, George Dahm,
e I Luncheon will be served at Jasper Guam, Robert Leonard, YOU CAN MAKE ANY DAY A
noon and reservation must be Roy Vtrebow, Kenneth Nor- 1 "SPECIAL DAT WITH FLOWERS
made by tomorrow with eitherof wood Carl Springer and T. W FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION!
the hostesses. Mr.. Fred Foreman> Other guests who
Larsen or Mr. Henry Baukat. assisted with the entertaining,
were Mrs, Donald Smith and ; LAZY[ SUSAN FLOWER SHOP
Mrs, Farmer Haymes, vice- 2
0<_1 ire sidents.
x 4 Elferdlnk'i of Osprey The auxiliary will meet Monday r' 110 Nokomis Ave Venice Phone 488.3316
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FEBRUARY 27, 196\

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I ,. Parade145 Of Them At All stride Part I

The ht P AJ'"'ri'g ,Thu',., (Club day Michigan ot Ven- OPEN 9 TO 9 EACH Pi It: "II 12 Full Hours of

n"" f brought out a ay+arel t' ar
r;,r I' c 000' with) US vj itora f LI: t; 1.1:
1'',,,[h I"of" i I. ,jn'l of that J..j. Shopping Daily

woo,f ,hlf'',f par t in the grand I
AT BEALL'S Venice Shopping Center:
"inert' / ,nvnt w ,I furnished!

tM 'KInen Brill Park
P I Trailer
Mi 11'
\'rl1lCn costumed bandmprovsed
t8.111el.l'r' i ul I IT'S
,. '10''
.h.h !1
their numbers -" "=" :
'1"111111"1' ,," Six Trombone
end were 'R..fu Sc Ru'tus Johnson ilDlI1JI C'

Brown The -,","1 march was led by r IlOW>
: ''dred Bou'dJ''Y and
//11 ,
ErneRI!Ira Stance. who also ar I t\ f w e

of,', Mipr;'sram O LIn| Mahon the abC -, .pt t1 \LSL 4 ; \'

rha.?m ,,, who W'S, ill.dessert Cherry a : IN FABRIC DELIGHTS!
served as k
,tarts II'' r.J ,
Tnn1Cparty' at 8 p m.
.t the C" t Center, will honor 50% 50% Skimmer Cotton-Satins
residents! and vial-
,10"II from Canada. COTTON AYRIL WOVEN PATTERNS Highly mercerized,

All stafi south of honoredt Solid color, littl. "Inning,
tine will be 45 In. Prints :
!(n Dixon otto finish print & itripef.
--- s.1L
/t, next week party ) Appealing partfm
The parties are open to the IT WAS A LONG LINE at All States Club party of the All States season, this year 500 F %./ little Ironing 45 In 45 In.
public. Ballroom square feat.and Michigan Night when 145 Michiganders pa. attended Ernest Stanke was in charge A Peter ] ]19 6 Colors '169 15 styles 149
round dancing are always raded during the grand march Thursday at portion of the "Kitchen Brigade" is shown ...r Pan I
used md there are always door Venice Civic Center Traditionally the largest: above. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Obendorf) /
and refreshment

Nickels Orchid ProfessionalWill r/ JllI c) P
Clare Overbrook GardensBy Btoutlful Alt-Ovtn Suits ore nest Important In the 'foshtenr4'
Address picture. Vault find a tremendous collec
\Will Demonstrate Group, 1 I'9' YD. l, 2" YD.tlon of fabric In patterns, check &
Brown of Sarasota
art- E, KROt'PA Raymond r l matching solids end If you choose
dare Nickels, Sarasota professional orchid grower, r f New In colon wonderful far ihtatrn
the 3'P'K.' suit, we have smart blouse
lit will give her third oil Mrs Paul Richards entertained a group of ladles In her will be guest speaker at the & church d....... Also' children l dresses
painting demonstration this home at 1891 Englewood Road Monday with a luncheon and Venice Orchid Society meeting fabrics, towi
& ason at Venice Gardens Recreation after lunch they played cards Those present were Mrs Leah Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at the i' a f .. SILK AND RAYON
Center Saturday from Burden of Punta Gorda, Mrs Myrtle Stoliker of Sandusky, community room of Sarasola i r
130 to 4:30: p.m. MICh., Mrs Harriet Davis of New Jersey, Mrs Dorothy Rcnzer Federal Savings and Loan 'I 100% DACRONS LINEN AND RAYON
The two paintings done in the of Flint_ Mich._ Mrs. Mary Mueller of South Windsor, Conn? Assn. f COTTON AND RAYON
abet demonstrations are hang. u Mrs Irene Atwell of Chicago The program was arrangedby y Whipped cream, High Noon. The most used
ift in the center's Invitational Ill., Mrs Olive Berry of Hil- I wishes of many more happy Mrs Tom Fels. fabrics In ready to wear. You H love 'em.
119to 1 199
lit show which opened Sunday man, Mich., Mrs. Florence birthdays were extended Brown will discuss the genus: n YD.
with more than 200 persona Bu s of Schnectady N Y., -0- phalcnopsis, one of the best 199 sad J 269
attending Mrs Jennie Beardsly of New The Women's Society of the home culture orchids which
York and the hostess, Mrs Methodist Church gave a Tea bears long-stemmed clusters of '
Paul Richards and Fashion Show Friday afternoon white, pink and red orchids POWDER PUFF
VFW Auxiliary Head -oWe President Dr. J.r Severson '
Tea was served at SPORT FABRICS
are sorry to hear our 1 1:30: in Fellowship Hall and will be in charge of the meetin L t PRINTS & 00
Visits Home ShowTo paper carrier, Mr. Ray Duvall continued in Lampp Center ?. Ship Ahoy, 39 Isstripes. MUSLINS 1
VFW Booth who lives on Wentworth Street, with the fashion show, present. The exhibit table Is expected ... 4 Pattern* A 1 1.00
See is ill and in Sarasota Memorial ed by Mrs. Irene Scott of the to be one of the best of the V "or el ceuiel .reds. Pratt.er. than tv.r.

Mrs. Edward J. Bias. Flora hospital. We wish him a speedy Avenue Apparel Shop in Englewood season since this is the heightof
recovery, The models were the blooming season, a club
Department president of spokesman said.

Auxiliary the Veterans, will of visit Foreign the Wars VFW Albertson Mrs Joseph, N.-Y.,-Mandart has been from here Harriet Davis Mrs. Vera, Mrs Ives Miller Pat and,David Mrs Mrs.,Dottie Gene Mrs. ]All interested persons are in. THRIFT :srss; : NOT COMPELLING REASON TO SEW!

booth at the Trl-City Home the past two weeks visiting her Hancock The children were VYC Ladies
Show and Industrial Exhibit parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Tammy Harris, Lolly Brown BridgeIs Women like to SAVE, and the opportunities to SAVE are real in sewing but the joy of
Friday evening before depart. Dunden and her and Iv, Sst For TuesdayA
uncle aunt : Jane Hill, Beth and Sally
jig for a weekend council Mr and Mrs Emerson A. Gil- Moore They modeled daytime creating a dress from a pattern chosen by you, and of personally selected fabrics, made to her
In Ocala. Venice Yacht Club ladles
meeting more on Forked Creek Drive. dresses, sport clothes, swim
Mrs. Bias \lives In Sarasota. Mrs Mandart expects to fly and play SUItS. The tea and bridge luncheon is planned for own measurements is the real compensation of sewing. Let our experts aid you
XFW Florida Department back home March :L0 fashion show was a big suc- Tuesday noon at the clubProgressive .
Commander Thomas B Glaze, cess. : bridge and foursomes -
also: of Sarasota, came to Ven will. be played.
Mr. and Mm
for the Wednesday Joseph Vadler --0- Hostesses will be Mesdames
ct paraded
later inspected the VFW of Warm Mineral Springs A Hobby Show and Card George Presson Theodore Hed Anticipating Early Easter
nhibitIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J Party will'be held m the Gulfto lund and Hazel Ansel =:
Kroupa on Neptune Drive last ,
Bav Trailer Park Community Reservations should be made -
Sunday afternoon Hall today They will have not later than Sunday br.ill. t
many beautiful and interesting 'ng Mrs Pn s>on or Mrs Hcd c We have already received hundreds
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson A. thing and the cost to pip hind. They should also be noti-
THEVENICE Gilmore of 1395 Forked Creek cards will be 25 cents fled of cancellation
LITTLETHEATED Drive entertained with a com e of Spring and Easter Dresses & more
bination birthday dinner in me tbs/dzntr- ;
honor of their birthdays in the
month of February. Those comes with every mail and express.
present were Mr, and Mrs :
Presents I Holt Mr and Mrs. John Dun.
den of Forked Creek Drive and Such
Are So
THE DIARYOF Mrs. Joseph Mandart of Albert 4tr ttok; '$ USTf134I'GASPARIL1.A. so'r- They Pretty. .
son, N. Y. All reported enjoy
Ing delicious dinner and 4, Abif3 ; tSLf of MEAscQ'i
a Choice
Value & In Your Size !
: '

Cliff-Dwellers \\I. s ,
',:i 1699Particularly
Feb. 27 to 29 Retain Jessup Nth + to

Re-eleeted president of Ven
Thurs., Fri., Sat. ice Beach Apartments 2. Inc ttr I
100 The Esplanade, at the sec ( e Strong At
CURTAIN TIME ond annual meeting of the ,
board of directors. was U S. 1 I 'rY

8:30TICKETS: Jessup. Jf' JAe 99
i >
I r \ h
Other officers elected w'ete a 1O 1399
ONLY Dr. James Flood, first vice +kv
i president: Gerald Ludmulon, + li a \

Tax I second vice president: Mum J Half sizes 8 to 52 5 to 15
$ Mildred Burt treasurer Miis -It ; 4 '. ,
Included Dorothy Ellis, secretary and f' r Petites & Betweens
Mrs Miriam Mcllvene, assist-
AYlilable atBOX and secretary

Beyer, J. Pat Maloney and Jerseys-Linen-Likes
/ / MillS Helen Tietz. w F = r hY IN BembergsDacronsArnelsSeersuckersWhipped

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j'.I. Florida... .,1 cottons in appealing 599
I. Straws (t2 ):- prints and styles
at its most beautiful
'4't: la. Cinderilla Miami made for Florida'Suits !

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Imagine Florida before resorts...before tourist! and / ; l We hove them In depth,
TUESDAY. MARCH 3. 1964 crowded beaches...lush beautiful lazy warm and I knits end fabrics.
; quiet It'f kill very much that way at Cap Haze, but This World! Airess
at 2:30: P. M. with modem touches to add to your enjoyment. Exclusive Real 99
,yet not expensive,this lovely community hasa 11 0
963 SOUTH OSPREY AVENUE private Gulf Beach large swimming pool and Outstanding Nanette ChoiceRenowned
cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet and
SARASOTA FLORIDA trap shooting paved and shrubbed roads and centralwater Values !
e A paradise for bathers boaters and r
Lu usurious" 3 Bedroom l'/2' Bath Bungalow with nryatradive sportsmen.system...lust 6 miles from Boca Grands fine
efficiency Garage Apartment. Kitchen .quipnnenf tarpon fishing and golf facilities. Seclusion: without selections, wearen't
T 599
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F Bungalow with Parquet Floor and Fruit Tr.... 2 Car Florida.Two.thirds acre residential sites from $3500. letting you down.

Garage with ihower. Garage apartment furni.hacl.f :. 4 a
Easter is very early, 's You'll see sheers in cottons and Dacrors, Nov-

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., peak performance and greater dependability! Push button on-off switch, set -
and forget velum control! Blighted tun.r dial. Slim decorator-designed
lowboy. cabinet 1.1 lew than I 13-inches deep! Genuine mahogany veneer and cabinet"; :
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j'' Air Conditioners $$159.95 ALL CHANNEL I SEARS DOES NOT ESTA8LISH -

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engineered for least sound w'r r'A, d 1-Year Tube and PrUGUARANTEE
2 speed thermostat control I _
set it, forget it NO MONEY
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Wra Q ae Y E ''01IJIeClialiu WQT It costs -to
alalae 0> M wa1.0..I you nothing enter
Boats For Solo FREEPICK
The GONDOLIER'S $4,500 con-
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i2.FT. GtJL Vp. test You have all to gain,
I Johnson Motor. Excellent warn) basic record library nothing to lose. Why hesitate

onditlon i $150. Phone 488 5082 catalog at Alpha Music & Apiliance -

opposite theatre. Open
MUST SELL 22' "Revel til 10 p.m.KEEP .
Craft" cabin cruiser stand- IBBIl'I' Ii I
-- ---- ---_- r"7"' ir ;-.'--- up head; twin 1961 40 HP Ev-

CJ.qSSIFIED) Houses For SaleBUILDEHS Inrude) "Lark" motors. Loaded THIS PAPER. It con- Elfcrdlnk's of Osprey
Rentals Business tains 500 FREE VOTE COUPONS
MODEL-Charml OpportunityFILL Situation WantedLADY with extras. Everything In excellent that will help you or 1100,000 Liquidation Sale

,BiTES 2 bedroom, Hi bath MODERN: FURNISHED 2 ENORMOUS DEMAND. BOOKKEEPER full condition. Ph. 488.4961 someone else win the Ford or CP TO 49% OFF
home at substantial rooms, bath. Central ducted A Multl-Million Dollar Indus- charge. Rapid typist Excel. other prizes offered In The
Chars -III* bctl1 Thursday Church St.. Just south of rrre. heat, cedar closets, electric try Today. A Billion Dollar lent references Permanent resident 16-FT. IflfiO VIKING COAT, GONDOLIER'S $4,500 contest.

,rd MrEdition I byterlan Church, within walk kitchen Adults. Yearly basis Industry Tomorrow Amway ) 488.5488 mornings/ with steering and controls
S1e9::1 ins distance ot shopping $80 month. Write P 0, Box Corporation has over 60 product New paint job Fiberglass top. '
'II ten 4884408. cen 1302 Venice. for home and Industry, Misc. For Windshield $140 38 Plumosa
The Sale Dr., Venice Trailer Park
largest direct
organization -
|112 SALE
OR RENT in '
Additiansl) Words each 6c room home. air conditioned.- S bed. rooms, bath, electric kitchen need distributors the world.for every We' CHEST ON CHEST, 40 in. 58, 19-FT. INBOARD 75 H,P.ValvoPinto. I
cedar closets blond, 6 drawer
central ; matching
$100.00 month 438_3828. duct slate and Canada- Investments Hard top ply.
night stand
rctei. both Thursday heating airconditlomng I Adults from ; full size headboard wood', fiberglass top and bot
CASH basis J $50 to $10000 dependingon .
Yearly Phone between
2 month Writ p.m. -
and Monday Editions BEDROOM I P.O. Box sUe of Distributorship. Tremendous 488.5121. tom Tunnel stern, controlled
bath 1302
block home. either forward or aft. 12-ln.
early retirement
SI 11.140 ished Venice Garden Carport, fin DELUXE: 1 BEDROOMS, 2 Investigate this Business CASH AND CARRY I draft. Suitable for bay or gulf LIGHTING SUPPLIES
large utility room, baths complete, by season or Opportunity at Amway Booth Inexpensive unfinished cabinets Sacrifice $1,500. Can be financed -
(t7 word mlni"um) screened porch, with adjoining year. 100 The Esplanade, 488- "Trl-Cily Home Show," Feb. for kitchens, utility Phone 4R831V7 ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.Base
patio 11
Addl ,.I I Wnrda each 5c and barbecue, Low down 5898. 25.29, 10 am, to 9 p.m. Ring. rooms, etc. Wide selection of .
payment $33 per month inrtudM ling Bro. Winter Home, Ven aiz... LostMAN'S
r.. 4TVa sa .... taxes end Insurance. CASEY ice A Ceckrill Street Phone 488-4794
hi A.A KEY on the Gulf. Z'' Airport. Ask for Mr. S. M. VENICE MILLWORK
,, .5.... .1 II _to Must ,
t* '',: Ia..rf.ae .,aW Sell. Phone 4881827. bedroom furnished house "Jim" Jlmion.ESTABLISHED. Air Base 488-B21J BILLFOLD Sunday, -
H r :: Imnllea, IMmf1.6 Screened K.M !. parade grounds
11'4 t;.. .. eh.re, -.I.'''. : SACR1FICK For Quick Sale, 2151. porch. 438 1333, 488- TRY DIADAX Tablets (form Please return identification!
.. Save ANNUAL
J.:: .Mmh.: to 01. "' room, Will sell Venice and ) New name Osprey
air-conditioned CBS FOR RENTALSIn same formula Only 98 cents 0243506.
-- home SmaU mortgage, month. Franchises. $10,000- Dick &. Meadow
Venice Pharmacy NOTICEApplications
CLASSIFIED ly payment $37.30. Large carport Will pay big dividend on In. CONTENTS OF PLAID pocket.
One Edition, per Inch $3.00 many needed extras See vestment. Part time. Financ FRIGIDAIRE ELEC. RANGE. ; book left at MacDonald's,
Both Editions: pr Inch $3.50 Make offer, Owner 119 Aero CHIPS JOHNSON ing to qualified persons. Have Almost new. Call 488-4390 after Tues., Feb. 18. Please return
Ave. North Port Charlotte Realtor other Interests. Ask for Mr. S. 5, or Saturday. contact lens, prescription sunglasses for Ei.min.tiorn for Matter Electricians .
ads payable In 306 W Venice Ave 488 2279 M. "Jim" Jimison at the "Tri- personal Ph
clawified papers.
All -
and Master Plumbers will be accepted until
established OWNER, 2 Bedroom, J City Home Show," Feb. 25.29, CART, Cushman Elec 488-6197.
'd.ar,:' except baths Central heat 10 am. to 10 tric. Good order, $275.00. G. twIt
air-con- Wanted To pm., Venice March 5, 1964 at Building Department, City
iccounf. ditionin. Near beach Many Rent Rmgling Bros Winter Quarters Quaint TeL N. Port Charlotte Venice Florida.
extras 409 Mahon Dr., Venice. Airport. 4261613. ,
ADJUSTMENT WATKRrcoNT srenxt three air month condition Call, home 488-5980.for LOW CAPITAL Investment required NEW & USED GARAGEEQUIPMENT.. DEPENDABLE GUY E. CURWOOO,

RtqueiH for cancellation .. Atutl., tnrOetnr e... ..n.Ho. to purchase equity Hydraulic Jack Sc Lubrication [ DRY WALL Director of Public Woft
or adjustment because of 1 Bas .km,.. TIM .Ulh u>4nnltr. Mobile Homes from local moving and storage Equipment Repair. ] City of Venice, Florid ......
error mult be mad for built-in C.B. nni*. Urn company. Excellent opportun TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. SERVICE

Thursday Gondolier. BEFORE lot BrrMMd tmk' wboklnt WHITLEY, 35ft. Will accept ity for one owner-operator of nation' representing 1070 DeSoto Rd., C.. _W. Curwood 488.1330
Monday. For Mon."w'. Iliut M to wprnhu.lu best offer sell for largest Sarasota, Fla. 1I
S on or Blue
fjn. ..1 ...... transportation companies. Cur.
111.100. Br Call collect 33V124HWanted I.
Gondolier BEFORE 5 Book figure Phone for
diy appoint rent business established I
fete Nrfihin* Dr, Owbnok c;.. two
pm. on Thurtday. tnt, In......... ment, 4B8- 033, Kirby Vacuum years with excellent reputation I I
Co I
PHONE In area Business Includes storage

$88 MONTHLY Including tax. PERMANENT MOBILE Home local moving, packing and LARGE POOL TABLE WANT- THRU THEReal
{83-3125 es and insurance, buy a for sale, with 11x24 Florida booking/ inter- and Intrastate ED by Venice Youth Center.
beautiful new 2 bedroom home room. Completely furnished furniture moves. Owner must Call 438-2131 after 3'30 p.m. A

No cash needed if you have Also garage, utility room, for meet van lines requirements
Real Estate good credit Byron M. Markle. washer-ironer, covered patio in transfer franchise All replies Trailers Estate
Realtor Phone 488-4708. rear Covered boat well. Very confidential. Write to P.
O Box 304 Laurel, Fla. 2 LARGE
TRMl, FRONTAGE TO CA reasonable. 1908 Ravenna St., ,
FISHING SWIMMING, BOAT. Nokomis East. Trailer. Florida room, 37-toot
N \J, i'h 6 adjoining on newly lota 4-laned with'W ING. 2 bedroom, custom- Help WantedREAL carport, front and rear walks, I d i Corner
built home on channel. Central NEW 49x20. 2 Bedroom IV, cemented llxll CB utility
Tan! i"ui Trail (U.S. 41)\) withuptlis
ijiiginj, from 223' to heat. Air-conditioned. Below baths, mobile home. Set up ESTATE SALESMANwith room, screened porch. One of
13' to 60' wide J' cost. Channel Lane, NokomJs. on your lot, $6,250. Phone evenings license. Full time only. the best M. Shaner, Longwood
deep ( smut with up access to Inter 488-9062' 488-4647. Englewood Realty Co., 474-1883 Parkway and Shady Lawn I YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOME

ud si ial waterway, toned R-3. testes. 1 aid.., n. K.... .u. 10x47 STEWART 2 bedroom, or 4742569. Place, Nokomla East. 488-4118.

ido,d i MCS( for motel), restaurant DANDY turn err BDR...,.BCRHAN..... I'ne. It.alt".."..'.... screened patio. Waterfront. >a AND LOT VALUES
marina, filling elation, Jwt can LOU JACOBS ...-lIit Priced reasonably Lot 63, Harbor WANTED Young man between Auto For Sale
(Inrpe and so forth. This. la the Lights Venice. ages 20-30 yrs. Must,
Trail front ge of Sorrento WATERFRONT HOME. 3 bedrooms be high school graduate. Field ONE 1958 BELVEDERE PLY
i Shorn. Will sell one lot or all m baths, garage 10' x 48' VINDALE:, ALUMINUM representative for local finance MOUTH 2 door, hardtop.
MX Iota for $12,000 each dock Reasonable, 'Margaret :2 bedrooms, tiled bath, company. For appointment call New paint job. A-l condition. 2 BLOCKS TO
Terms rhone Venice 488.5027, Drive Laurel Villa. 488-2464. gas heat, large gas tank, wall Mr. Toler, 488-5268. Guaranteed. Reason for selling MODEL HOUSE *

or M.it Sorrento Shores SalesOffus GULF oven, Kelvinator, sliding doors, -too many cars. 134 Hudson In East Venice Downtown Venice
exceptional closet and a Rd. 4885260.
located 4 miles N. of space
Venice 9 miles S of Sarasota 3 bath, airconditioned. Completely cabinets, TV antenna, awnings, good part-time or full-time 3 Bedrooms, 2 Seth City Water 2 BEDROOMS I BATHVf
furnished. Exclunive lo- covered patio. Not new but repainted Income in Part Sarasota Co. or 1962 MERCEDES-BENZ 190D Formica Kitchen Paved Street i 120' Lot

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. cation. 100x600. Seawalted. No and refurnished. Nice Venice Many Rawleigh Dealer Diesel Radio, Heater, air Carport & Utility Centrally-diicred Gee rWPrepatred TOTAL PRICE $10.900X10
city tax By appointment earn $2.50 and
only. hour
up conditioner.
Large! enough for thirt. :n location and wonderful neighbor per Good clean car.
lots with 19,000 ft. in each. t88-400If. *. Lot 150 or call at office Write Rawlelgh, Dept FAA. Excellent mileage Call 488- Screened Porch for Air. H. N WIMMERS
.OJ.vn_ ,... D'1un'" aq._"uwny_.._... _1II..n'_.;_ Z_ BEDROOM_ __ completely tur- HARBOR LIGHTS i 563-26, Memphis, Tenn. 3030 after 4 week days. Any. Corner Lot 85 i ISO conditioning .REALTOR

tamed atreet 200 ft. West ot time on Saturday *
nished. Separate garage, 221 W. Miami Ave.
Tamlaml Trail 3'G miles Warm Mineral Springs $10,500. Business Personals MALE OR FEMALE for credit GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT -M 85308IN
North ot Venice tat ml South Russell-RigbY. Margarita St., manager. Good starting salary 64 CHEV. VTON Pickup, less
ot Sorrento Shores. $19,000 Phone 426-1203. TYPEWRIVERS and Adding! with chance for advancement than 2,000 miles. $2,000 takes 4884413INTERESTED tit
terl'lS. Call W. 1. Sutherland, vlted. InspectlOQ Machines (mechanically' operated Retirement paid vacation It. 447 E Hazelwood Road, I
Venice 488.5027 or 488-2791. ) Chemically cleaned, end other benefit Venice Gardens
l lowo like new. Just $12.50 plus parts SOUTH VENICEOn
PRICED FDR QUICK SALE Age to qualify 30-45
l'III'RU\'r.n RH'' FRn'lT TOTS I. if requir,>d. All makes. Venice years Boats For Sale J.m.ic* Road
1'1 South Venice 2 Bedroom, Apply W. T, Grant Co.
I F. A I'' T I r II I. HI'BIIIVI.InN."R '
f F.I\OUII DAYOII rRIVATE bath horn. Walking dialance to Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. 2-bedroom CB home, t.n-..
Roan slip. r.NIoLEWOOD, nose bay and ruIl. Beach. Tenns. F, 488-6113. WHITE COOK and housekeeper ONE 14-ft. GLASPAR Outboard to floors, sprayed crete,
-ioo J. Korinek, 924-0158, 7636 Cove for one lady. To live !InDriver' with 25 h p. electric Johnson ? carporte, large lot, landscaped.

rllR1FR or. a', :Ivfi1N1'Il'rVFRa Ave.ID? All'OProslTR! T Si', Terr, Sarasota, SHEPARD 9C6-2338.* license preferred Call Nokomis. Marine Ways, 4884607. Only $8,000. Good terms

174.3109 FYGrtwlon' OR Yll ROVK R ,R'I::; 'I.RI 111.! 3 BEDROOM Erma- Corner MEYERS H. N. Wlmmers Reaftor AT VENICE EAST

lot, city water end newer, LUMBER CO. Help Wanted Female 12 it. ALL ALUMINUM I 500 feet U.S. 41 466 feet.
FOR SALE by owner, First fishing boat. Handles 5 on ,
Walk to school: and store, $7.230 1003 N. Washington Blvd REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
h motor. This has tremendous
on local property 8'JGt 3D poor cent below cost! Call p. 550 Ib. deep. area
Int. pavmenta monthly. Prea 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. Sarasota YOUNG WOMAN for bindery oars included. for Wetter Union Telegraph potential. Now offered at
ant balance 4.489.80.. Address can work No experience neces 48-inch beam R.. P capaCitY'1 Monday thru Friday to S; Saturday to I $53.00 per foot.
BoT 801. Lake Wrrth Fla ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice ELLIOTT PAUL sary. Part time. Riehl! Printing 1885, Revenna St.,
section ot Venlc. Two bed. for Service, Inc 488-4217. East. CLOSED SUNDAYS Martin S. Stancik

Lots For Sale moms, two bathe, screened BOOT TRUSSES HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN REALTOR
porch and carport, 1001 Noko- I
SOUTH VENICE, 80xl00 on AI. mia Ave., So, Venice, 14,000.. Alum. VVIndowt & Doors EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Venice 488-5443- r
Igator, Canal Any reason- Low down payment No closing Contract Roofing & Painting r
able offer. Phone 488-5052. costa Cell 4886701.WATF.RFRONT Phone 488-2132 Venice EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY


RENTO SHORES, $5 300. home. :3 bedrooml, den, Flor. REMODELING Repair u Let NEW with FI*. room, screened
Contact Ward Sutherland, Ven tla room. 21x31 screened patio Carpentry Masonry M style your favorite vase breezeway, carport, corner
ice 488 5027 or 488-2791. Furnished If desired. Good tiiW0 Palntin,. Interior and exterior or ceramic Into b..utjfullamp.. 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMECentrally lot 120' x 100', Landscaped.

flinging.: 2102 Georlta Av., work. Phone 4886395. Rtwi.ing Restyling Located Completely furnished include
glewood, Grove City.rifice a All CITY WATER SEWER AND PAVED STREETS washing
Lintel $4.850 each. Will sec- alterations, dra- Lamp ftepo/n ing stove, refrigerator,

'3850. M F. Shaner, ptrles. ete. reasonable 488-113) Work by Experienced! Designers and $2,000 DOWN machine, lawn mower,
General Delivery, Nokomill, GOLDEN BEACH near gulf Craftsmen. etc. Owner leaving. Said sell.

488-4118. Two bedrooms, two bathe" Personal $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER $10,895.


High and Dry. 55',125', Close 0" 112 ft, corner lot, Monday, 8 p.m. St. Mark's FRANK C. RAEBURN
to beach Value $1,350. Mire 519 GULF STREET Episcopal: Church i'erish Hall. I SARASOTA FLORIDA REALTOR REALTOR
Offer 438-66211. I.Call 488.4794. .
I : 251 W. Venice Ave Phones 488.1600 488.2649 PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

LOT ON IIIGHWAY 175, 142 To l .
561' fronting on :2 paved Apts For Sale 41 1 and Alb.e Rd.

roads W. Geary Rt, 2 BOil .
CO-OP bedroom, 1
1281, Naples
Fla. 1
bath and a bedroom, a bath, : ; -
LOT 582 Venice Gardenl. Price furnished or partly furnlahed. : .

SI,850. Write Walter polakl), 4118-5698. ",Cil"D.lonTh'J
565 73rd Ave., No, St, Peters- EAST GATE
berg, Fla, Rentals (HOMES" CHOICE LOTS

eve, f al.Orxa op BR. Lore ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY; Min. 85 feet wide
41.50 vRNI'R,, nl'aVRae.. RITFR .} ,
OW ER. LOU IAcoulI 40a-lea apartment. Heated pooh W SEE or CALL
Venice Ave. Available
ELK INLET Seawalled pity Preferably by the month 488- FOLLOW THE LEADER c' Ckm.; M.ywAucrlomr LARRY REDFORD

a ate ayshore boat basms Drive,E Nokomis.L. Kilton 3681. w IT'S A HONEY FOR THE MONEY Atsoc.

RIVER LOT Venice Good--torM Itores 0 D ERN available, alrconditioned in South WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11th, 1:00 P.AtJf"r. 3 BEDROOM HOME CITY OF VENICE Estate

vacation cottage Sacrdlc, Venice Shopping Center. For ,. 306 W. Venice Ave.
Iota.tl 1,500 Call 824-5484 Sur Information call 488-5856. ; CASEY KEY MOTELf' LARGE LOT LARGE TREES! Your own picnic grounds. Phone 488.3609-488.224JJ 1
City wafer and sewer Garbage Disposal Automatic Water
( _. .'
SOUTH VENICE prime REASONABLY PRICED two ? IM 5 FURN. UNITS CASEY KEY FLA. Softner, on paved street Best section of town
homesltes near beach. Low' Gulf/beach..prl1.No home.- !; in' ;!' ,! 1't 'v WAV WATIUMONT I ON 1 THI. OM INTHA-COAITAl l.4rM .w1T1 LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN ,
tat Private 8 .. IttleUw *0.'pi.l Owmri AM. 4 Om./c/t.a-S .
prices Box 800, Rt I, -
8onite vember 4881015. .. ttnctlM. tnwoll I IAIIMINT IO UL, Or MIKICO BUY THIS LARGE HOME C1Q WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
Springs; \I'll. ., WAIN Jl.to... t. l ". I ... ..< rliMx 995
bedrooms "F8 t'o%, a? 't4't NA..1wa.| 4 {.5eIN' : BltlCriONli, I M U S. 41 /: EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY VlWf
Houses For Sale 3 BEDROOMS or 2 y5u CAsk, t T Coi.y ti.r-1siif-J: N M C : .:: OR
_ and Florida room; living lox 17*: KEY RD. : T rlr.J' WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW!
room w/FP: extra utlllty room. SELLINGYou're
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE, by In city children or petl Ok. riORIDA'S LAtailT IIADIN9 _
SHVICI Beat Value
Owner, 3 bedroom, a baths p15'00 month: 488-5528 after S Warm Mineral Springs Area Ark
heating, block I
frame contruction. 4 blocks p.-m. .-- "Tie i Voice of Experlenct"l 3 Bedroom Home LIKE NEWI! $400. Down $67 Monthly

shoPPing center City water, LARGE APARTMENT by FREE FREE Payments Includinq Interest and Principal
city Rawer $15,000. Phone 488. month or year. Trallvlew APPRAISAL
-3444. 1000 sq. ft, Vacant March I, x'" U e S. Sfr&'kt&jl I CHIPS JOHNSON realtor ji'I 1
BY 1984. E. Tampa St. T.I. 488. CALL ,
bath OWNER central:2 heat Bedroom, airditlond. Ili 1321 tor.noon. 1& SAYING! ST, PETERSBURG 306 W Venice Ave. Phone ..as.224tOf

I ., .1.. BOND 862-5548
Furnished or unfur. BjJ."tfi.::
I .5..4e Branch Office at Kent Motel Phone ..88.1695J
nhhed. 300 San Marco Dr, a.... Sae e. ... .... MEWL ..,. eur .
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KMI, VeniceIn -N-r.C- .5NN5.. '5 GOLFINGwith I Gulf Little League bets


TourneysThis ?* Q. I


WeekendBoth ; h. CARL PRO-MANAGER ROHMANN Final Registration DayFinal

Venice-based basketball Rente* Cltlnena Karfa Thompeon, William Burke, Brian
Myakka\ Lanes 1 1474.. Krank Vondra, IlKl, Ito, 0' ;: LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB ert Laps David Theen. Ken Grlgsby

teams will be entering tournament R.'.... II*. Bowlen of the wrek, tulaThonpeoa. ................-...........- _-_..__..... "'..- registrations for par neth Windgate, Bobby Free- John Sleasman Charles Han!
action this week, KMI in Frank Vondra sod Bill Rama. on ticipatlon in junior and senior cock Clifford Scgerlind
'_...to, r.dr Polo HenAereoe. ... "2'',, Deegan Wayne Bruce
( ML HUndlnni High Dive II', Mark
Class AA and Venice in Class l..-....;: Ton Enoch, Wl! H..... Skunk Holluwa H-tf a..,., 4HJHralauff FLOCK OF ACES division of Gulf Little League man, Brannon Billy Erb and Philip Surge.
Wenkmn, ,11I. Dnllni Ge.r... Ml Earlr Bird Harold Crali, With this year of 1964 only two months old more hole-in. will be held Saturday at the Bell Patrick Thomas
A.The will meet Sara. Brittoaa "" ..i....... sass Bo..torn of ',.., Oil, nil.Lendo8un. and 63 combined. In 1 to 4 Towsley Edward
Kaydets .. [ Furniture tU-Mi! Pure one'i have been made than in 1960-81-62() municipal field from Walters -
._ .
rl Hhepherd
Deal Mary Samuel
Uw De
> .
in the Sailor .. .0671: Lola Ballon, P.r. Sells holed out in one shot Stephen Ramsey If you enter The OONi .
!iota tonight gym sod Shlrler. A...... H iln Po. picked L.nd-o-Sun. January Bob Johnson and Ray p m.
oil. t2lll Lit Swlfher. James
at 7:30: in opening round action up U 1-7-10 will.. KUuidlnm Hood. 11.-.... Howkn' of Uie ...h. Lan This month Bob Handley and John Geigley] Joined this exclusive Tryouts for boys registeredfor Richard Barone, Rush LIER'i M,500 contest, every
Horn .d Pfeiffer
in Group II, Class AA. The Devlin Duke .Oral(...,Alton.. IMt Nunlnt| BrltkMe farniton V.Button..... winner will meet Manatee tomorrow 14V11V. \ IIdw..... A..i..... 12-14. I For each of the men it was their first held from 10 a.m. until noonon Pelto Hancock, by giving you the 500
night at 7 p.m. and BoI_'. 111..1,.. Marr H....., 101Lol .' Ulaletk. Inanranra Helen Ruby, Holes-in-one art scarce at Lake Venice because all\ Par Saturday.The Wright J, Gordon VOTE COUPONS out FREt
barlora. 4'II Lucille Yar.*, ... M_ KM, Madie Po...., I demand excellent long Roger James Frank Pel- of their
Riverview will tangle with Fort Venloa 3's are from 150 to 195 yards. They run
1114. Bowler at th* week. Be l to Bl nrh.rd. Dan,.. Ihevrolrt. tat! Harkbra. Red practice schedule for David Robinson John copies of the paper or by gv.|
Myers in the nightcap. u pint .rer as rrw.. ttpllu ml- I irons and in many cases wood shots. to
Lemon Bar Lumber to
Plot' Lod. 06V farm team boys, according Imhoff Jerry ing you a new or renewal
veiled LoU (ark k. 1-7-10. and Ann Gary
Friday night' winners will IKll Bowlera of tin .k. Helen Kll.br I Congratulation to all of you.
Mo....., o.7-la. gtandlnni EMU. KI.de.. Km ma Volt ... rosters set up by age groups, Alan Gunter Samuel scriptlon.f .
nnd Mara
meet at 8 for No. 17 HOLE CLASSIFIEDI Burke
Saturday p m. Uwd l.... H-Wl, Lee awn Fknrera,
the right to enter the district n"H-.
,, meet at Tampa Chamberlain Berrteaft Larrr Joh...... tit Ill 2l I ClutomllM Homes that the dogleg No. IT water hole is high on the list of unique 1pm.-Eric Maler, Claude coll.\ -'T.I': .. .""' .....
K441I. Ann. K Lout Snup 1(1X11, 446.4141. Fann John Conley, Garry
next weekend. OM Milw.uk... I.... Ho ,ler of Ulw golf holes in the state and country 3 p.m. Charles Hawkins, EUerdlnk't of Osprey
In Class A action, Venice .*.. I.rank Covlll. Bill Pl......, MliUl Just Sunday two close friends of mine from Cincinnati Capasse, Jeffrey Highfield, Dunn, James Conley,

meets North Fort Myers tomorrow ., Dnwr 111i, Carl Make Jeneen 501.2101, ill.| hhuidlnniVenlc Prank GoIII Early Wynn Lanes one a pro the other a fine amateur, visited here. They had James Kilgore Robert Hand Log- R.Michael Todd Britton, Michael Step'hens i\ $100,000 Liquidation Sale I
Zelias Paul
night! at 7.30: in the Umber. Co. .nd Culllmm tollWater played the course two years ago and wanted a second chanceat gins, Henry Benny Bear. David M UP TO 19% OFF
Charlotte High gym at Punta Service. KM, Bedford lonatnu. EAR P.... Bill Van Howe.Tarlmi No. 17. We played the back nine and their second challenge. Lester Powell, Terry Penncr Harold Kaplan Allan
Corda. In the nightcap it will lion. I'-'. glatl Beer, 17-11. Blnrk Label.! IM nnd (111, Joe resulted in no better fate than on the first visit Douglas! Spicer, Samuel Her- Stone
Bear Bavarian Tavern Bill Gmvn, Klaak. The Decbhoiue. >HI and III forCO James Deans Kenneth Hill. John West John Deegan, 'II __
shot that ,
belted tee Thompson,
be Naples Charlotte There WAS one dIfference pro a
vs. 21K. 1M. ut.--411; Gulf en Ha,. NOl; ; Lee Prre Th. I>oehh !21. Ml
The winners meet Saturday B A a Bar 1"1. Bo.ler of tie weak and '10. Err War CI......., 1067, Th. started across the lake and clammed into of all things a Boudreau, Edward Stev -
Jim Pads OUier kith name aJid earl Ovrkhoime, .(Ml. Sumdlnnl Anchor Oil the bird Peter Privateer.
knocked and
night with the victor earning a I.l Larry al.,.. 110, 151. 216--IM.( .1.... The I>oebh..... 17-tl and _Ut. pelican which had started to rise. It not only enson
berth in the District Class A Hlandinni, Mainland, 14-4: ....IU.... ., Bread. ..',,-..'.?. out temporarily but also my friends for the day. The 2: p.m.-Albert Bundy, Rob-
tourney next week. Bert. Laura IMl I Uetroller KUl" Camp, .Ilk'a Drnperlea' Fran Bullotk, last I heard them say was "we'll be back again. Pro."
d. leVafe.raU.. BHtlon'. Raw of Furniture fey and TOUR OF CHAMPIONS TOUGH .................
ell. Cnrt Sharon Mean-row, 92.1! Helen Krndr" anon lot, 1591 l En.
There 1 Is no nerve shattering sport today compared to the "/" ".
IM-eail rim "od (741 ArlBtuBeaut ."wood Bnnk 701. VPW Aua till ROCKBOTTOMR4TES
Salon IMl. Bowlen of th. week.. lift gtandlnm Shan I... 41-SI, r.... everyday tension of the tournament pro. These young men Small Service
VHS Golfers tiharon M_"". and Uarmret Gar llewood Bank 41-SI, and V..... furnlture ui9fl;
".1". converted Marie Johnaol, ..10 I 1416.KARLT dare not smile or chat with people, as pros in other sportscan
11...... Ho...., .1-111 Don Jean Banna7 WTNN CLAWIC Harold for deep concentration is a must if they expect to become LIY.I N.t57k01951001055.
.- Blandlrmi. Intlewood: Nureery, .OVII .|. and lie for .M Cell
Smith III. S2I a aeneai I champions. :
Post VictoryVenice ArtlatM ..', 488.6690
1"; Beaiitr baton .
H. Meokln 231. Fred Slmerlr 121.Hoedr
UHl Pint 1"001." ..". 1541. Inearann 1 Miiedl Celln Faaa, Last Saturday over 5,000 fans Blood in disbelief as a :WOrww01 t' HUGH
A nurleen KeMtni el" gntlawoadHuth .- Powder Puff Beailtr Baton 181 and4W champion who was supposed to be a stuffed shirt etc. n

High School's golf 10611, Modern MaoAller.Phillip.. 1114401... 1021.Key A.&........., | a MarDowell, Waih Bowl. ,LuinfHandlnnt stood amongst them Joking and signing over 300 autographs.Jack McPHERSON 43-How. SrvK Jolla J. I.Moa
Will-TO Iss
team defeated RIver. dre. loll Jo. KI..b 1151
Sarasota his that and apologized P59 m 488-6547
of the .k, John Keller and FraneiaMalhern WIIl Du I. 4M5. Powder Nicklaus was enjoying clinic day even -
vied and KMI last Friday in a .. Staniltnini Key A....' Inurano. Salon- 41-91 and Vonlc. for his round of 72.
four-way meet at Lake Venice Co. and Wall Blephent 1"1! Hratlnc Puff Beauty 411-11'. par In _, _.0 ._. ... _.., _.____ _
Modern I'bil"I.U) Cap H.wP4,1Yn.d But come March this same young man will return deep a. 1ar.4
Golf Club. Auta Bervle. and luiikwoodank Bah Florida CO. MId concentration as a challenger for the St. Pete's Open and in
Ann Stool, To' Paint Met IM
The Indians had a 163 team ...,.U-ll.... Nnnery Roe-er Itanbom tH'l| a. W. J.-.... Th. Paint Mart mental training for the Master's in April. He will not be giving
total while Riverview was run American. Lotion 124-1741 VenetianGardena. IU1 I Be Oitorhuber. Una Baeel Inc.Renllor. .. a clinic that week.

nerup with 174. Sarasota came .MIt... Bowler. of 4'.k. "_ ..d. lot 1296.sod Sundlnmt toll I Th. Paint Th PaintMan Mart All of the touring professionals are fine young men anda ,

in third with 177 and KMI was lt-4 lIDo.lanhor., American Btandlnn tAt..... 11-1'1 Hood Venetian Dairy WS1I2I. (.... H.* WaUnrorb I credit to their profession. Every shot they make 72 holesa
fourth with 201 Gardena, 17-11. ..-... nnd BII...... Bhoei 1741.SlrnKillntl week, for nine months a year are tensioned packaged.One A1JI: f/\ HI FOLKS! '
Bank .. and DolU Bewlere Tri Kay Fry .
Martin Satava was low Vee>le-Noe me! G. ;
man mental lapse cost them 50000. This la why they
1'.. Slack. 1B4-610I I Larrr Johnaon, ArUon TV, lit; BrrneU Domin, Nor-
on the Venice team with a 37 1411 Terrr SoorHew. 414, Mrakkn LP wood Rooting, KIT I A..... TV. 4781 Mel cannot afford to play "clinic golf." I'
Ken Walker shot a 39, Danny Ga>. 1U6I-IIII Bowlen of the werk Wood ..,'......, 1181. Mandlnrat Mel 'd. : 9'NEED
Kiehl a 43 and Bill Johnson ; Pet Six, Terry 8ourb r and Don Wood Bntema 47-18. Norwood _I.. : A NEW OR USED
a Hendrlcka Sundlnfai Headrlrk Conatruetlon. 40.U and Action TV n....
... ts-4i Pabrt Blue Rlboon, 1" _
Oradal Inaarane Ladle
Edie-Van *
Athletic Director Bill SmithIs II| Pi. -n.P.,. II.10. Nrdra Balm CaU 14..... 1001 Kay Auction Men's Bowling / CAR OR TRUCK? .
.....I_ NeiU .,.... 180: Mart.Ira Miller, Paynea of fcnilcwood. Wet| Player :
VHS golf coach. Bnarh. .811 (Cora G&K 7157 We>t'. (,AG Me.... 1020, P...... of En.le_ ;;-"
A... oorvlee, till, Bin>ler of Ui. ..k, I.... Btandlnnl Gao MrU.1 11-11, P.... Event Slated 4.... .,
ton Dnlln. Onlda Bord rldied, up the nd Lnilewood. tiU-l.U and Cku* We Will Trade For Anything of
l-|.]. spilt Standinni Bhrode J.wNresnd Nslo Apt.. HH-40V Held In GLLThe
Winners ListedIn Corn Gala.. III I Won AnU fierw. Maaenk Leama Floyd Matter.Manona .
., Ill .W5s...' Neal, .t.t.. 17. IB* and till; Ruffian 171 and At Bowlerama Value. Cows Horses Mules
.. .
LVMGA ( BUrk Label BrrauhGUnn !2M. BUndlnnt Sguana 11-la. Mete*
EventA quaint. bea O.t toor Life, 1HI.tod 17-11, Craumra 17-1, Imp 1111.EnileweedVenin six Venice-Nokomis area *
'", 4-"Hll I VK. M.-<'Iolo, 1>4, 101. : MI.... -- Marl teams in Gulf Little League CHARLOTTE The Goats Chickens Tools Boats
foursome composed of C. 121-till' ('..... loonnrd, !28'I Fred Hardy 1971 I>ooIn C.n.1, I.' snd 4241 I Sat. II PORT -
Nelaon. ift, Cl.r Cooper, till Harold held their player auction annual Southwestern Florida
tmlly Lei d.' Final Standmnt Blrdtaa
I Piers, C. Schaffer, P. Maurer Johnac.. 121 bowler of the week. Vie 41.14, Broker 11-21, Bluebird. 10... urday night to bring their Men'i Bowling Tournamentwill i Motors Furniture Real Estate. .
and J. McWilliams tied for Mctlain and G. F Smith ...ndi.... >.',. M, kn, bi.... Ml/li, Untourh- to the player lim
first place in last weekend's Weitl Auto ervlce.. .'.18, Bds.,., able tt.17, iArly Bird.. z4HS.> Th squads up open at the Port Charlotte
P.i.',. Lei' Outooor sod Bun Paint it. A total of 33 boys ages 9 \:
ll_ ao... nnd Bhankera II%""'*. Bowlerama at noon on Feb,
four-ball!, team point system Co., 40"1, Tltiphiea ...* awarded to Dean Cnrdi/ through/ 12, were selected from WHAT HAVE YOU GOT? 0
tourney at Lake Venice Golf Lltlr.ll' fencrete Teacher. V., n.l l Fran Bullock and the wlnnlnf, team 29Carl 'N : .
Club with the team of L. Davla., 17I-4H: John I...... t4U; of All. sod Dean Cardinal lid Marl the: player pool. Campbell Bowlerama I' "'t
V.. Vltllantei, III, Clean 8...... and Harry Hardy The new members and their Manager laid Tuesday the I CALL OR SEE US TODAY! ,
David W. Cox, H. Evans and 17... Rowlera ef the ... Vera and I.nile.eed Fabtaff MId One ,, "
R. Duke with scores of 123 John I>.. .. SUndlnttt Clean Bweepe.MJ Webber. Ennlewood Savinn A Loan, I respective teams are as fol- competition will continue v erf
Liwkir Joey .....i Will Do a, 1711; Duan. Keaeer. Pete. Tavern, till Iowa: through March 1 and then resume ,
points. 4641.Thiradar. Judy rmbury Willow.. Lan Court 4511.I March 7 and 8. / /
'a Second place in the Lake Highs. Mlied Anna Man Frlede. Pet. Tavern Mil P.*. Venlce-Nokoml Elks on ...
Venice Men's Golf Assn. sponsored y.,., 1711 H-rt MrAua, lull H.I. Tavern, ..! ... 1401. gundlnnt. En. Joseph Winesette, Charles Pe- Bowlen from North Port
KIn., 4111, John MrLaunhlln. OIL dermal gavtnn A loan ""., Pert Charlotte and Englewood
event with 118 points Bowlera of the. work, Jim Korlnek andAnnn Tavern M-.S sad Wllld"o-I.. eO-l. den Jerry
were Buzz Migliarese, Ted Ma. K..... PUner Elertrle. M7141I.Htandlnirst Bill, Phillip.. Ford Mlied NcdraBatea Robinett, Jeffrey Hamilton and through to Naples will be
lone John Geigley and Eric Ronle, r"1...., M4| M,. Weitern Auto, tol and .91, Bull Ralph Breeden. among the 108 five-man teams,
akka FnterprlM. UVk-MMl. FUher EI_ Felniori. Hoist Tran.(*.. !ll, ttt for 123 doubles teams and 246 singles BILL PHILLIPS FORD GO
Erickson. tri 1145. 1I..d.. ..! Olaon'. "i>kry participating in the event
70-10. Lana-O-Hun ll-M and Heller .. Robert Pearson Joel Pearson,
'. Rlnrlalr .OU-S.i4.Earlr Jeffrey Butler and James 1562 S. Tamiami Trail Venice Florida
W,.. Senior Dirt School -
Dick. This is the week to enter
YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn Donna Whentlrr 1771 All. Domin 1W|
Linda pond 444, I. Mara Power 4>7. Venice Lions David Knott GONDOLIER'S CONTEST. .
Early Wmn Venlc Elementary John i_.A". Charles- Wvnnp. Eugene r.-a. ""' ;0'? '...'.,"'... > ,.....",."' _..____ LI .....!.
Auto Insurance Lien Frady 1111 I Candao I... till -
Jeff Bourheer 154. 1(4 for lo.. ; Fowler I Kn etiie
I 1. NEW LOW RATES Early Wow J....... Bill MeNah and Thomas Pitcock.
Firm National. Bank. IM and 4141.
Ooben Cirtla Rna II......, Sheriff, 110 Florida Power & Light SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTTo
and 1011; Gulf TIM, ail nnd ISM.
.,.1._ Flementary. P.ttl Roth Joseph Dalton Pan-
& IIS and III for (211 Fred E.., M and ton, Richard Karl Gale Spicer
lid for toy John Henry Lawrence Jeffrey
Lemon. Bay Elementary Do bI.
Thot II nnd .1 fo 14Tr, Tommy Wil-. and James Imhoff Introduce the 1964 BurrisWHEELER'
AGENCY Ii.,. II and nl fo 114 -
gatndar. Nip .._ Winner.M Venice Rotary-James
116 W. Venice Avenue ........ John Lenhart Charles
Joe M.,....es. M4.Ind Michael Hinkley and
Tl4 I phon.: 48a-228O ........ Miles
;::1J;: Jim Minaehnan. I.'. Gerald Perlick.
Joe Mown.tem. (40.Fred JonDavid Mos- "THREE
Bimerly. 787
I Bowler of th. month to he held, Eun* er, Randall Britt Philip Mit-
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE d.... March 1 at 1 n..... and I p:m.if chem Reginald Shaw and Eric

._ _._., ... .. ... Shaw.
-- -- -- -- -- ------ -- -- -- --
__' .. -"'IIi'S
a ra: The other two teams In the AT LOW LOW PRICES

league are Osprey Recreationand

Osprey Merchants.

GOODBUSINESS get League underway play on is April scheduled 10, with to i j :
5r Venice Lions meeting Venice Pl ,

Rotary following the tradition. .; ; ,

al benefit Softball game and"beauty" Designed For I .fJt' *; EXCLUSIVE
contest staged by n I 'I".e
p adult members of the Lions. .... (
Those From
and Rotary Clubs.Playoff I M VR'" DEALER

2 to 92
J : -:> _# FORCOMES


to bank where t-r .
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: \

you get At Quad CityA 1! '"


playoff will be held Sunday .

SERVICE! to determine the winner of

last Sunday's Kiwanis sponsored .

/ blind bogey tournament at

See forHOME Quad City Golf Club followinga
us i" tie between George! Middle-

-0,' bias and Courtney Willis A NEW CONCEPT IN FAMILY TRANSPORTATION .
LOANS The winner will receive an

] expense-paid weekend for two FOR ALL AGESA
r AUTO LOANS at a St. Petersburg Beach hotel

t and the runnerup prize is a FEW OF MANY FINE FEATURES SPECIFICATIONSPaper

PERSONAL LOANS i # driver.
"Lucky" Severance of Gram, Delivery Free Wheeling Rear Axle

Maine was third and won a Hospitals Rear Reflector

dozen golf balls and a record Small Pacing Delivery Sturdy Lightweight Construction

We cordially Invite you album. Larry Rhodes won a Cycle Clubs Front Wheel Caliper' Brake

putter for finishing fourth. ShoppingTrailer English Sryl Easy To Peddl Tirtt
to visit us at the The $1,000 cash award for a Park. Transportation Large Basket
hole-in-one on No. 1 and No. 4
-plant Delivering of Supplies Delux Seat
TRI CITY HOME SHOW went unclaimed. Syd Frazier ..
For Senior Citizen .
was closest to the pin on No. Heavy Duty Bearings

Thursday thru Saturday I 1 They and Lloyd received Murphy merchandise on No. 4. Healthful Exercise' On. Year Warranty On Mechanical Parts

prizes as did 13 other participants OPTIONAL FEATURES TO CONSIDERRear

On March 2nd there will be a display of stoner and fossils collected in I variety who of won categories.first place in a ; Rear. Fenders

Florida by the Rev. Hendl.y J.llu. Soma will be polished, some slabbed. Horns LocksSpeedometer

s.. this interesting display in OUR LOBBY. I Umbrella '

for anenjoyable And others available at extra cost

W ifflS'Ta.I '* fiAl F *3 Speed Rear Axle Optional Extra

flat w MAHI "III W FIRS? in uwci of WVLITRY I



FEES .. )<]. Venice Avenue
,,,, I Across from Venice-Nokomis Bank
} I' Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.

ir i I I South of Sarasota Phone 4833516PAGE

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Park John Johnson Seeks Sheriff Post I
cadside PlansIjowOnViewAtVACC w!bi E

John B. Johnson, a building charge from service he lobe
Inspector for the Sarasota Commonwealth Life Insurance
County Department of Regulatory Co. and a subsidiary of the
Services, has announcedas Corning Glass Works in the capacity -
a candidate for the Republican of sales co-ordinator and
Venlce-Nokomls Eagle Point owners have offered I nomination for sheriff in in their public relations department I
,pane, >mrk ran now be seenSfvSIct to pay for this fill and the March primary.. .
,.! Area Chamber will donate land for the major' Johnson pledged that if nominated Upon coming to Sarasota, he
portion of the worked Sarasota Precast
rc' Keller propoaed road- and elected he would
comm"Nl.k" execu- side park. Products, after which he servo
C, A.director of the chamber, However, In order to prop- 4 rrw law jive greater enforcement consideration in South to ; ed as general manager of a
Ie County CO1mis.! erly utilize this area, the bulk County. -j : building supply firm.
ecoMaeel Huaton delivered head \lines on Roberts Bay and Johnson is a member of the
plan to him last Curry Creek must be extended. Johnson, a native of Detroit, Sertoma Club, TransportationClub
proposed tfich., lived in Louisville, Ky.,
I In accordance with state law, National Office Management
ri, park will\ encompass a a public hearing will be heldon for 30 years before moving to a Mason and member of
plot on the east side' this matter in the near future Sarasota in 1957 He began k the Presbyterian Church. He
( work with the county in 1960 ,
coached Sertoma's
"IT'S. 41 with' approximately wa Little League
land to be given by1.lale Keller said the Chamber of r, as inspector on the housing rehabilitation JOHN B. JOHNSON team for several years. In \\I''
and the remainder by Commerce, in cooperation with program when It I Louisville he managed a Little
point, Inc. the Jaycees, selected the parkas was instigated.He I ed the University of Louisville I I League baseball team and *.as
rte the channel Is dredged a project in 1964 because to was educated In Louisville before entering the Navy InWorld manager and coach of a junior
When Inland Water. the best of their knowledge, t public schools and attend- War II. After his dis I league football .
r the loc proposed m must be found there is no such facility pres- .,rr --- _..-____.__..._..m .. ._ -.. -
J' the spoil. The Idea ently located in Sarasota
creating an inland in Rob- County. .u.-\; .a.. I
.,r Bay i.;s not met with 8p" VENICE'S ANSWER TO THE BEATLES tomers. They are, left to right, John Dlstaslo, VISITS'
.oval and the alternate plan As an added attraction during last week's annual manager at Liggett's; Ron Kurlander, seat TAX ASSESSOR'S
\to hU certain of the lands Out boarders Set Crazy Days at Venice Shopping Center, manager at Liggett's; Ed Wolfer, owner of
\nail by the state and Eagle! the Merchants' Assn went to a minimum of Wolfer'i One-Hour Martinlzing; and Dave
wt Monday MeetingA trouble and spent no money in acquiring the Winter of Eiss.
services of this quartet to entertain the cue.rsr. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
progress report on con IN COMPLIANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTES 193.11
struction of the recreation cen-
the ond reading by-laws on will amendments highlight the to Easter Seal Drive To Start

Nokomis March meeting Outboard of the Club Venice- WILLIAM N. STUART

Plans for a pancake break. March 1 ; Korinek In ChargeA
fast to be held on a March SARASOTA COUNTY TAX ASSESSORwill
date not yet announced also
will be discussed. former Venice area man Seal drive benefit crippled
The meeting will be held has been named to head up the children and adults through visit the following precincts to accept return of
Monday evening March 2, In 1964 Easter Seal campaign in established .ehabilitation centers INTANGIBLE & TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY and
the Community Room of the Sarasota County. treatment and summer HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS
Sarasota Federal Savings & The appointment of Frank camps. More than 75 per cent
Loan Assn. Korinek of Southpointe Shores, ) of all funds raised in the local
formerly of South Venice, has 3 drive will aid Happiness House,, NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE, March 3 from 10 o'cUi unfit 12 end
been announced by Clark McDonnell a United Appeal agency. I 'til 3 P.M. at the Municipal Office.
INSTALLWEATHERTRON- president of the Sara "United Appeal helps defray
sota County Society for Crip- the numerous expenses of Happiness
.; pled Children and Adults House," said Korinek, ENGLEWOOD, February 26, from 10 o'ctocic until 3 P.M. at he Englewood -
The SCCA Is the chief beneficiary "but it takes a lot more mon Recreation Center.
of the fund drive in ey to support an operation ol
ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP Sarasota County. 1 v... this type."

A tireless civic worker, Kor- An open house program It The branch office will, be open from March I II I fSni' April I, from 9
scheduled March S-t at Happiness -
inek has served charitable -
HEATlNG.Q. causes since many moving to i House, 401 Braden Ave.,, o'clock until 5 daily, and 9 o'clock" until 12 on Saturdays Venice City Hill.
Venice in 1955 from Barrington Sarasota, to enable the publicto
111. Also active in veterans see the school and treatment

affairs, Korinek served as I I KORINEK center first hand. -. ." .--.......---...........
commander of Tamlaml Memorial FRANK
3 NO Post 8118, Veterans of William DePrie He presentlyis
e Foreign Wars and as 10th District affiliated with the She rill
CORP VFW commander, Embry real estate brokerage When you're buying or building a new home SPECIFY
744 Venice Ave E. Venice, Fla. 488.5359 Korinek, a real estate salesman office in Sarasota. ,
was associated here with Civic Worker
Said McDonnell, "Korlnek
was chosen to head this cam-
.,, h_. :wear.esstiararwworaarswunaearwaa, paign because of his interestin
-----1 handicapped children and
THE adults. When he lived in Chicago -
f he was very active with I
the society there,"
DIRECT SALES ORGANIZATION I Beginning March 1, the cam- n
paign will run until March 31 f r v
Other members of the committee j tYsL
I will be announced. A
Amway PRODUCTS Proceeds from the. Easter


What M A.. For Top Money Eontngif
No. I rating in DUN AND BRADSTREET for AMWAY CORP. Rally Sunday .

TV i i. our proof of our FINANCIAL RESOURCES and our ability to GROW their husbands formerlyof i
Oakland County, Michigan, 8f
WITH AMERICA. and OES members presently
living in the area from there
AMWAY FORGES AHEADto will hold their second annual + i.3N
picnic at the Tropical Shores
offer truly outstanding tales! opportunity Community Club House, Liv s r

THINK BIG ACT BIG BE BIG ingstone Street, Sarasota, next N
with the" Independence end opportunity offered distributors To get there from Venice
INVEST $50 to $10,000 take U. S. 41 to a point three

depending on the MM of dittributonhip miles south of Sticknev Point,
turn west on Vamo Road to
OPPORTUNITY Members are requested to iSiYiO/INAkCIiG
ATAmway bring a basket lunch, to be
PRODUCTS I served at noon, and their own
table service Reservationsmay
TRI-CITY HOME SHOW FEB. 26.29 Ringling Bro. Winter Quarter be made with Mrs. Harry

"Pfcon.- 584- 072 SEE JIM JIMERSON Boa 1M. lown-. ".. Hillberg, Sarasota 924-1459, ,
or Mrs. Walter Weitzel, 924- r



Sarasota FederaTi COLD SEAL home loan plan Is designed for you. This sound method of home

financing permits you to dictate the terms, the conditions, and the Interest rate that jrcm pay, sine

Y our COLD SEAL formula considers your present Income and family needs and Is tailored to fit you.
The rate of Interest that you pay depends upon the percentage of loan to the value of your property,

and the period of years required for payment (Interest rates start as low as 5W per annum).

Sarasota Federal's helpful j Joan officers will carefully explain the terms and conditions to which you

are entitled by virtue of your personal drcumstances-they are on your team, too, because they want to

make a home loan that is easy for you to carry
Get something off your chest. Your knees, for instance!

1964 Is the year for you to buy a home In beautiful Sarasota County, with Sarasota Federal's COLD

SEAL home financing Stop in any of our four convenient offices soon.

D. William Overton
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And that goes for backseat passengers as well as travelers up that takes no sass from any size car, President, Sarasota Federal ;

front Because Dart Is a compact In the large economy size. Lots of But don't let the comfort and sizzle fool you. Dart is a compact

room for hips, heads,feet and kneel Family-size room all-round. Witness its low price,easy upkeep,great gas mileage,and snappy
And what goes for Dart( in the comfort compartment goes ditto parkability, and you'll know what we mean. If you're tired of
in the performance department Standard engine Is the famous cramped, underpowered compacts, talk to the man who can do

Slant 6 that'll outscat (tie extra-cost engines in most other something about itTj'our Dependable Dodge Dealer.

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Tl 91m. to 9 p m. Mon thru Fri. Kwik Ch.k. CIoIGst Eitimote Entered At Eoch KWIK CHEK Will Win Beautiful 5
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    FEBRUARY 17, W4

    ISchool Bells Rinq For Police -I wood LegionReaches I VENICE FAST. .NEW I!
    -- - --

    By SALLY STUBBS tentlon of looking for a home-
    officer got a re- RecordENGLEWOOD I site in the area .
    AI'fI M:;ct the medianttrTSwH Mr. and Mrs Russell Moore, 130 Sandhurst Drive, are entertaining -0- I, .
    ./ and learned their friends Mr and Mrs Tom Nesbitt The Nesbitta i I
    The Amer- are from Seine, Ontario, Canada. and Daytona Beach Miss Yvonne Wolanski was I
    i ,rv of taw" u; r w ra ican Legion Post has attained Venice East!'s entrant in the
    '- 'bent se-.;\Ion Peace Thursday OfTr I Its 1964 membership quota and I The Frank F Starrs, 106 Paddington Road, have been visited South Venice Fire DepartmentMiss
    rd' has reached the highest pointin Flame Contest and planed
    ,ht t School by a close friend from their former home Daytona Ohio :
    membership in the history Yvonne the
    :ling I second is
    err She is Mrs Miriam Bartley,
    of the Sara.
    Wingate of the organization Announce. of Mr and Mrs
    John daughter
    l.t.t Is In- and plans to spend 10 days with
    :ce Department II ment of this achievement was Chairman for the Quad City Frank Wolinski of 190 East
    'liP' course, whichunder the Starrs Their next house- Thursday Ladies Golf Leagueand
    (for the sari made by Senior Vice Commander Venice Blvd
    rutlor II aw"1' of the Ben Lane at the bimonthly guest will be Mrs Starr sister I she says she also gardens,
    CO'IOtt adult educanUir session of Lemon Bay Mrs Mabel Wilson, of killsrutworms, removes ticks
    ,r .01. X Post 276 Monday night The Akron, Ohio, who will fly down from stray dogs and takes ) jrm
    ( will be held for three y report was received with acclaim next Sunday for a two weeks time out to give advise to her O))
    1 week and stay neighbors.
    one night a by the legionnaires.
    it t.rf course will require dyal r Lane, chairman of the mem -0- -
    ,J.I months to complete' bership campaign, stated the Mr and Mrs Elmer N Hed Mr. and Mrs Raymond A.
    police:' history, Home drive will continue in an effortto een of Lee Circle announce the Watson have moved into their WE ANLY SELL I''LEA5E
    strider, (opU 'to I* covered will :::i % 'iiffllw enroll every eligible ex-serviceman marriage of their daughter new home at 153 Sandhurst ANO
    the indent investigation, in the Englewoodarea Sonja Gustavi to Mr. Jeffery Drive. The Watsons are from .
    ,-lute of suspects and P Sittison The ceremony took Elgin and Danville Ill. Mr. 7 J' rfru
    rmsation*. general law enforce. It is anticipated that as In place Feb 8 in the Norwood Watson Is a retired civil engineer l
    MIST ruin of evidence, search former years Lemon Bay Post English Lutheran Church, Cmcinnati of the highway depart. At pS
    '('lit. laws at local, state will receive a special citation Ohio. The bride was merit for the State of Illinois
    .11 teirure onal levels. case prep ,1 i and awards for its earlyachievement given away by her father and They have already entertain < GUARF M'CCD .
    court work, crimI --------- In attaining Its was attended by her sister some of their hometown friends
    snd SCHOOL
    _,11011 instigation ind a long members of DAZEIts back to school for Wingate of the Sarasota Police Department, membership goal, from state Sara Ann Hedeen The couple and relatives Mrs Watson, JvSTALLFDttnCtC
    I related< subjects the Venice and North Port Chsrlotte during the Initial session of a 200-hour course and national Legion headquarters attended Wittenburg College sister and brother.m-raw. Mr [
    4 of Dictating police departments, shown here t&Wng last Thursday night They will reside in Springfield, and Mrs C. E Hoffman, and
    Tin not Not here," laId u win notes and listening to the instructor, Lt. Jonn (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Dillon) A feature of Monday night's Ohio their two daughters visited

    ,'Ie. "to come in and change and he spent the first hour outlining I ment, Wingate said, "tends to by stone age men He further session was a colorful and en The Hedeen are formerly with them for a week Also
    Police Department in detail the tertaining travelogue illustrated from Mansfield, Ohio where from Elgin were Mr and Mrs
    ,Venice proper give a man the right perspective stated, however that the re
    10 tell Chief John Shockeyr ; method of taking notes in police work" corded history of policing dates with color slides presentedby Mr. Hedeen was in the metal Wm Markawadt and Mr. and
    j tin !, Allen Slater During the second hour of And he declared that the 15 back to 600 A.D.. with its beginning Charles F. Allen of Point fabrications manufactu ring Mrs Edward Aderman The !
    t to rue the department" the initial session, Lt Wingate years Just past have seen the in the British Isles o' Pines a world traveller. At business and is sun active vice. Watsons report the Adermans ; ;JtJiw
    Wllllate. however, stressed began a summary of police his greatest advances in the entire Lt the conclusion of the travelogue president of Lexgate Development are returning soon with the in-
    .creed i in police work to learn tory from the Municipal Police history of policing Wingate said the police a bounteous luncheon was Corp, of Mansfield
    r procedures and to think Administration manual, the Ancient Calling system, as we know it, came enjoyed jointly by the post and Their guest list for the past J
    opt ke, "Green Bible" for municipal Law enforcement, Wingate into being in the small "tune"or auxiliary members, prepared month included many Ohio NOW IS. .
    villages of old England with and served! under the ( friends Mr and Mrs
    said the
    11Ie Instructor police departments and the related is an ancient calling, supervision P F
    the desire of
    the to
    rue would require com pre,1ItV' Guide to Modern Police Think going back to prehistoric: times villagers of Chowder Chief" Legionnaire Haley visited from Mansfield; t I Il
    conduct their own affairs, Independent C, F Mr and Mrs Nels Nelson
    note-taking on which ing as indicated HiKinbotham from
    ) by drawings
    ., students will be graded, The history of law enforce. scratched on the walls of of the crown During the brief business Bellfontine: Mr and Mrs Alex
    ..- caves Police Chief Shockey noted meeting initial plans were Schwanner, Mansfield, and Mr '
    that the Venice Police Depart. made for a gala celebration of Ed Suter of Ashland, Ohio .I SOLATI N 8FOR
    .. ment had a 100 per cent turn. the 45th anniversary of the In Mr. Suter is currently win. .
    out for the first session of the stitution of the American Legion tering in Tampa and invited
    ASK DAD-HE KNOWS !I course, with the on-duty fire. in Paris in 1919. Com the Hedeens to visit him there
    man handling the dispatchin mander Eccles designated a during the fair at which he had
    Job at the police station, as has committee in charge of ar the concession for his famous YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT r
    THE URGE TO ESCAPE FROM THE WORRY STRUGGLE, NOISE AND TENSION been normal in past years rnngements for the celebrationto salt water taffy. They viewed
    Of CITY LIVING- North Port Charlotte had be held on Monday night, the Gasparilla parade from can
    four of its five-member staffon March 16 The committee includes his Embassy Hotel Apartment
    THE DREAMS Of A SUBURBAN COUNTRY ESTATE AS HIS OWN PRIVATE hand including Police Chief Junior Vice Commander With all the traveling and visiting SOUTHERN
    HAVEN OF SECURITY, Alfred J. Sendker and Patrol Ernest Thelin chairman; and visitors, Dolly Hed
    THE NEED TO EXPEND A. BIT OF ENERGY SEEDING, PLANTING AND GROW. men Richard B. Bagbv, Louis Legionnaires Charles E. Yale, een still finds time for outside INSULATION COMPANYP. !
    N. Pasch and L. Jay Fitting, William Haste and activities is
    FLORIDA CAN PROVIDE TO BEAUTIFY HIS ESTATE.A Healy, with the fifth man re Thelin unit members Mrs. William Mrs Ernest Haste treasurer of the Venice East O. BOX 1257 VENICE, FLORIDA
    rosining on duty. Community Assn, Handicap
    Members of the Venice PD Mrs Marie L. Albright and -- PHONE 488-6641
    Visit Inspection and
    Purchase at Mrs. Louie Sheppard
    attending the first session. be I
    Louie AWAY your
    Sheppard. FREE ESTIMATES
    sides Chief Shot-key and A set. t
    Post Louie copies of The GONDOLIER.
    MISSION VALLEY ESTATES Chief Slater, were'Slit.. Verlon announced Chaplain Legionniaro Sheppard They contain 500 FREE VOTE SM Our Booth At The rf

    LAURel ROAD EAST LAUREL, FLORIDA L Kruger Ball,Jr.Patrolmen. Frank J.William Covill Jr.E.. Sarasota Jack Lone Memorial is a patient Hospital.in the or COUPONS one of your that friends will help wIn you the m1 TRI-CITY HOME SHOW k4Ul' I' a;:

    Claude C. (Bill) Fann, RobertJ
    Will prove the best Investment yew will aver male in I.nd.l The swan hundred l acres Galvm George L Kinder Sheppard announced the Ford or other prizes in the FEBRUARY 26 29
    of developed'! Mtate parcel will appeal to all who want a Policewomen Inn Hatchitt Legionnaires will sponsor the $4.500 contest .
    imnitmm of one acre for a "hom* to. Mary Ellen Blalock and Geraldine annual Community Easter Sun.

    Eat,.. parcels are prwoj *t W 'UM than city I loH. lUMooabU __ pyMoitTM Plattiwr. Dispatcher rise services. on March as has 29 been in conjunction customary -I
    end atk.ctre; (arena. George E. Wilkins. and JohnD. with the Englewood a .
    Are /vrrfW ,. W) M. Por "./. Jwnpi fry 1U MMIMMI roll.., Harris, door checker One churches of denominations\ !I
    G. Cow '
    SAy Dirtn Every Ssrdoy Auxiliaryman Ernest Veterans Club Inc.. Presl. 64 CHEVROLET-TIie I
    course an Jr., also turned out for the dent Age Skiolvig announced great highway performer

    appointment of Legionnaire
    I Clayton Rhodes as general
    manager of the Legion buildIng .
    during the hospitahzaUon!
    of Jack Long

    NOTICE New


    GONDOIIER welcome
    these new neighbors to the C J Frra
    Miss Anna Westhphal 904
    Groveland, Venire, from
    Mr and Mrs Arnold H.
    Polokoff, 7Q8 Valencia, Venice }
    from Arlington. Va
    Department of Requlatory Services will hold Sarasota County Con Mr and Mn t. R. Burner,
    872 Pointe Whitecap, Venire
    tractors Examinations Saturday March 21st, 1 1964 at the following locations from Indiana and. Port Char. v t i u"',"+t
    lode tai tr
    : Mr and Mrs Fred Me
    Quire, 3It: Chinnpa St. !North
    Port Charlotte, from New

    Building Contractors 8:00: A. M. Jersey Mr. .and Mrs, W S. Jaml

    son. 113 Porto Bello, North
    Port Charlotte, from MirhJ
    County Commissioners Hearing Room ran.

    Room No. 129, Sarasota County Courthouse Mr. and Mrs Wendell KenTon -
    201 Rumford Ave,
    North Port Charlotte, from
    Battle Creek !Mich.

    H.A.R.V. Contractors -- 8:00: A. M. barn Mr, Blvd.A. F, Close Trailer, MO Acre Black- vt1

    Mr and Mrs John Barofflo, ,
    County Commissioners Hearing Room 347 Barno St., North Port
    Charlotte, from Pittsburgh,
    Room No. 129 Sarasota County Courthouse ,. Pa. ):
    Mr Alfred and Mr Kjel { '"
    Scaring, 105 Afress Ave., North

    Electrical Contractors 8:00: A. M. Port, Charlotte V. V, from Lone Island .

    Room No. 150, County Courthouse octrowd' Chevrolet Unfult Sport Coupe Background.Clwvroltt Impala l Station Wagon nth. roof Wail*cwnf*
    t wlL'BE SACK AT

    Master Plumbers & Journeymen Plumbers 9:00: A. M. THC WORK WI MAO PRISCBI'TIOM' vtttv nutD SOON.AT Feels like somebody put a runway

    Sarasota Vocational School, DICK&MEADOWSPHARMACY where the road should be !

    Machine Shop

    South Trail & Browning Street IS Draws row. HIM woes/015$ J With engines! rp\ to a 425-hp VS' and its luxurious Jet-smoolh riM* you may not

    I notice where air travel leaves off and a Chevrolet Impala begins Takeoffs/ are

    f smooth and effortless. Hills seem flat as prairies. A big coil spring at each wheel

    Water Conditioning Contractor1:00: P. M. and over 700 sound deadeners throughout the body and chat. make you\ feel

    you're hardly on the ground at all. You'll find all kinds ol? jcl-age luxury iiibido an

    Sarasota Vocational School & Impala's big, roomy Body by Fisher, too. Wide dxp-cushionef scats, tailored 'lithrichlooking
    ti t i fabrics and vinyls. Thick wall-to-wall! carpeting.. Soft background music

    Machine Shop ;rom AM-FM radio,if you like.You can even get an automatic: pilot (we call it a

    South Trail R Browning StreetNo speed and cruise control") that lets you log milo alter turnpike mile without

    ouching the accelerator. AH in aH, it's sky-high living at down-.

    applications for examination will be accepted ,after: March 5th, 1964. earth prices. And nho but your Chevrolet dealer can offer
    III way to go quite like that! otto-/ ,
    Applications shall be filed at Room No. 150, .County Courthouse., ,
    LKI IM.I.M.1 NA. In IE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet. ChertHt. Chevy H.Corvalr Coattt
    r Set them at t your Chevrolet Showroom
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    K. D. Brumbaugh Supervisor IIeII

    . . Department of Regulatory Services DUNCAN CHEVROLET I l :

    j j1iiUR'
    uS.41 and Englewood Road Venice Phone 4883067 ,


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    The first step In order to become a contestant and order to make fairness a feature of this contest a
    compete for a prize, ia to cup the non;inking or entry committee of local business men will be selected with PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY
    coupon appearing la this announcement, fill In your name approval of the contestants to act as advisors and official
    and address and mail it to the Campaign Manager of Judges In this way each contestant who enters can be ENTRANT
    The GONDOLIER Venice, Fla. This coupon entitles you assured of fairness. The official Judges will check the
    : or the person whom you might nominate, to 8,000 :loon records and make the final count and award the prizes Supplied By and on Display at
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    vote,. These votes are given as a starter, and when the contest comes to a close MAY 2.
    your way to win. Only one such nomination coupon
    will be accepted from each contestant entered. Do not hesitate to enter. You cannot lose and you will VENICE STORE HOURS
    be receipted for all your votes and cash turned In. The VENICE
    wrI early start is the thing t>i-* counts. Come to The GONDOLIER SHOPPING MONDAY TO SATURDAY
    office today and talk the proposition over with the '
    contest manager CENTER De I SEARS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.


    I The first step Is to let The GONDOLIER contest manager HOW PRIZES: WILL BEAWAR I 488 4943 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
    know that you want to become a contestant. Either
    I clip the ENTRY BLANK below or phone 488-3341 and ask -
    Entrants under the rules win
    can prizes as :
    for a free working outfit consisting of an official receipt
    book sample copies of the paper and other information The person entering from Southern Sarasota Countyor
    relit I I.re to launching ',n active campaign.Thus near the county line in an adjoining county who secures -
    ., the largest vote total bv any or all of the methods
    <" 'ppcd, "it ha:e to go to your friends, relatives FIRST WEEK
    ; published In this '- will be awarded the NEW
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    1964 FORD two dnor do\ BLANK
    t >r cost. The winner pays
    or pay their tut>scripnon to this new p.per throughyou.
    nothing extra but 1 U license Cash and
    Should you fail to subscriptions' .or it you get state sales tax must '"u 'wn and pay the Vote CouponGOOD
    !them BE SURE to ask every person ynu ontact to give GOOD
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    or send you the 500 FREE VOTE COUPONS from his copy The entrant finishing ''h the second largest vote FOR 5,000 ENTRY VOTES
    of the paper THAT'S ALL THERE IS TO IT, except total will be awarded the $500.00 CASH PRIZE. $3.00 Cash and 100,000 Extra VotesThis The GONDOLIER
    that an early start will give you an opportunity to get the
    After William
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    and $500 prizes Lancaster
    are awarded the en- Contest Manager
    I ; most votes for what you do; also the chance to sea ;your trant residing outside of the city limits of Venice with Coupon when accompanied by $30 worth of subscrip Venice Fla.
    I friends before someone else sees them. the next largest vote total will be awarded the $500 U.S. tions, Is WORTH S3.00 CASH and 100,000 EXTRA VOTES
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    Nokomis I New Hunting, Fishing, Rules, water. Interested study sportsmen I

    NettingsBy Hunting and fishing regulations I portunity to explain the reasoning door writers, elected publiceficials
    h' w i vraeratlaaaa rI for the 1984-65: season will behind certain regulations and the general pub

    MARY ALICE MIRRAT, I r be discussed at six public i Meetings in the South Flor are invited and urged to
    (Pinch Hitting for Bertha Perkins) s sy meetings to be held In the Ida Region, District One of the tend the several meetings,
    The bad as well as the good news hereabouts seems to South Florida Region of the State, will be held as follows Following 29 such Pub
    travel just as fast One never knows what the next to>phone Game and Fresh Water Fish Dade City, March 9, Civic meetings to be held through
    call will be We'vo heard both kinds this week. We are all sorryto Commission during the period Center; Barlow, March 10, Florida, the final 1964-65 ru
    hear of the bad news from Mrs. Harlie Brandt. It all started March 9 through March 18 Court House; Tampa, March and regulations will be esti
    out to be so gay and happy. Mrs. Brandt accompanied by MissMarian rYrt According to J. O Brown, 11, Criminal Court Room, lished at a meeting of the co
    Rairri and- her housezuest- started out to the East Coastp Regional Manager, these an-. Court House, 3rd Floor; Se- mission In Tallahassee in It I
    --i it nual meetings represent an effort City Pier on April. The early
    to various friends log an RN, she was allowed to bring, March 12, pre-rew
    reached on the part of the commission Fort Myers, tions meetings and
    No sooner they bring her mother home from Lake Jackson: an Cal
    fie East Coast when Mrs. North Miami General Hospital to provide sportsmenof March 13, County Commission- establishment of the 1994
    Brandt had a heart attack. Her and is with her now and will Florida an opportunity to er.' Meeting Room, and Sara- rules and regulations! and k
    two friends had to take the bus be with her for a while or until express an opinion and to havea IOta, March 18, County Commlslloners' sons are expected to meet w,
    p wished to part in establishing Room wide public favor
    home, as neither Mrs. Prevette's husband, Dr Meeting from spar
    drive and Mrs. Brand's daughter hunting and fishing regulations Is 8 men of Florida,
    John Prevette, deems it safe also Time of all meetings p according 1 i.
    Mrs John Prevette of for both to take the trip to The public meetings m. Brown said Brown.
    Smithfield, N, C. came downto North Carolina provide the commission an op -

    take care of her mother Be- --0- r -. ,

    Mr. and Mrs Allen Chaplin
    1 1.N 1t
    of East Sebago, Maine, are ocoupying -
    the Becker Trailer in
    Nokomis East, on Jessica b 1I

    Street for a month or more, ; I
    : --0- I 1 V
    Mrs. B W. Wye Is at Hoi AN

    I land Shores on Casey Key fora t t
    month or more "* v+
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    Mr Frank Brady had an PIONEER EDUCATOR J B. Roberts, prin- history Said Roberts, "I always tried to reason
    unfortunate accident this past cipal of the old Laurel school from 1931 until with the youngsters and told the teach
    I week. In a fall he broke l his his retirement in 1953, regaled pupils of Mrs ers to earn their love and respect if it took
    New Sonot0neT111NLINE'
    lower leg Alice Sleasman combination third and fourth half the year" Roberts said he didn't spare
    eyeglass He did not remain In hospital grade class at Venice Elementary School recently the rod, however, when it was badly needed,
    hearing aid can correct but is convalescing, at home. with anecdotes about his early school (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Dillon* :
    Get well quick, Frank, you .
    most hearing losses. It's a know you can't stay still for :
    transistor hearing aid built long (Roberts' History Lesson TODS Dol1

    into Sonotone's slimmest, -0- ::1mt
    Miss Barbara Chalk of Charlottesville I < < _
    lightest temples Fits women Va., her t.i t.iI >
    men's fronts. par One of Sarasota County's pioneer The pioneer educator began ment on last years ruling by
    s. eyeglass ents the Archie Chalks on their
    educators, J. B Robertsof his teaching career in 1908 and I the ,
    U S. Supreme Court banning
    to visit with the
    Laurel, held a class of third completed more than 40 yearsin -
    Chalks, Nokomis East. Bar. Bible reading in the nation
    LIVE -
    BETTER Exclumthat-(
    and fourth graders at Venice the county educational sj'stern ,
    bara is of the modern '
    s public schools. Said Rob- -
    Elementary School spellbound upon his retirement in .
    'i.J [.!! P.HIof smart girls She is head of the ,', ,
    last week with one of the most 1953. He is proud of the fact erst, "I never opened school R
    neuro-surgical at operating Hospital room in popular history lessons ever that he holds three life certificates without the reading of the '.1 ; ?C
    University likely to be taught for teaching and declares Scriptures" f "
    Charlottesville. Hope you 11 ,
    For Roberts, principal of the that he met every requirementever 6 Qa@J
    have real nice weather, Bar p
    SARASOTA asked by the state.
    bara, and enjoy the rest of now-defunct Laurel school e I
    from 1931 until he ritired at the And he had a final com-
    1666 Main St. your vacation to Texas and f
    TEL 955-1772 back.HICKORY age of 72 in 1953, related '"
    stories, not only of his long

    career as an educator but ofhis CB Radioers ,,,
    i own early school career ina
    one room log schoolhouse in
    FARMS rural Georgia Meet MondayThe cv AESTAURAnrpqr ': : ::

    The pupils listened Intentlyas f
    the pioneer schoolman related < I.i' I.
    HOME OF FINE FOODS one anecdote after another first Monday of the '

    EXCLUSIVE about his early school career month meeting of the newly J ,!" _
    and their questions afterward organized Citizens Band Radio JLI'
    reflected the close attention Club meets Monday at 7:30: t'1 .,.
    they had been paying. p.m. in the Community Roomof ;;
    USINGER'S FINE SAUSAGE The pupils were the combi- the First Federal Savingsand f" .
    I FROM MILWAUKEES. nation third and fourth grade Loan Assn Venice office
    class of Mrs John Sleasman The speaker will be Sergeant \ j : "
    "What kind of games did you Knutsen of the Florida H gh. t .. .. M." -
    play at recess*"' asked one little way Patrol. There will be a full
    S. PIERCE FINE FOODS girl And a boy wanted to color movie showing what a
    fROM BOSTON know "Did you have electric highway patrol officer sees Made-IuFIorIda
    lights?" when called to the scene of an
    What did you write on?" accident-and this part is for
    "Were there wild animals in adults only, Pats up "prthtl" service, Care Products
    are a ftakU-nada lift t aoonnfr ra aandfelka b
    OVER 100 KINDS OF FRESH CUT the woods the school?" ary ,
    Nonmember CB operators len, cut-rate mover can only back tuna.And than a no and to tha
    IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHEESESA "What kind of clothes did you and their wives are invited twist you up. Our moving Is pradurta (ma 7 COO kl )

    wear them?"serious The questions and many, all of of strictly "de-luue" yet rates made for Giving =! tha Sunahina 8toa, ::

    Instead of baking two loavesof are reasonable.Phone TODAY. alaotria pow aa w*
    them showing
    bread from a recipe that THINK OF ..t arad that IIpIlOl1b.Yo._and than
    OF IMPORTED thought, came thick and fast. the"hM af ae. krriutiM
    STORE FULL AND DOMESTIC calls for five to six cups of gift thoufk-an to*
    GOURMET FOODS Several hands were in the air Plurals IMaml tat Omm.hi r the(.-
    at the same time as the POpu- flour, you can bake 'one loaf ofbatawlQl .....,.,+abau....ails IM
    lar answered and a dozen rolls Bake the .. .
    former principal i ii ) \Ur .ib talaUaa wIIW
    rolls of inches
    couple ,
    a apart
    i the queries in turn until time
    'I on a greased cookie sheet :2

    HICKORY FARMS ran Roberts out. now in his 83rd year I Both bread and rolls may be
    and still extremely alert, told I baked at the same temperature .
    but the latter will need
    how he came to the area that' 1111111Ryles
    only about fifteen minutes In r t iZOOOOOOOOOOOOOM P I I .1 1 11111"
    2 Miles South of Venice on Highway 41 Next to Early is now Sarasota County with the oven .' ../C. "..,..
    his parents in 1905 at the age
    Wynn a Steak House Daily 9 to 6 Sundays I 11 I to 6 of 14 and completed his educa-

    tion in the Sarasota schools.
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