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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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TIDES CONTENTS ,

VENICE INLET STUMP PASS OBITUARIES ......,................ .. PAGE 1 I
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Serving the Fattest Growing Area On Florida Wett Coast Osprey Laurel Nokomis, Venice, South Venire, Venice Gardens Venice East, Englewood North Port Charlotte

L 20, N0. 18 12 PAGES MEMBER! THIS' ASSOCIATED PRESS VENICE. FLORIDA. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1964 MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION PRICE 10 cent

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STUPENDOUS TERRIFIC i
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SAM DILLON
of 1 i Great!" "Terrific! .
Tremendous! "Outstand iiA
I
ing!"
These and nearly every I
ad"t other superlative in the diction. *" *
ily f iiJw-'W t3$
ments ary were from samples exhibitors of the and com visitors IrI T i'' ,

'P .. to the first annual Tri- 1
City Home Show and IndustrialExhibition
i which closed l Saturday -
night after a successful
four-day run at the Ringling ,
circus arena.
"It bore out the fact that
this area is surging forward
every day in growth and progress
kcv1kr ," said William C. Payne
t president of the First National
Bank of Venice, "and dem-
onstrated the tremendous upswing -
in building, expansionand
improvements going on.
We were gratified at the tremendous .
turnout and we were
proud to be part of It."
"The reception by the public
{ has been excellent said Harry
White of the Venice.Nokomis -
1T Bank "It far exceeds anything .

we've ever had in Ven
T .4 ice," added his co-worker at
the banks exhibit Mrs VirSinia -
Ramsey."I r
think its been an outstanding 4
rTHESE show," declared Dick p '
Doudna of Littrell Concrete

"both from an attendance
standpoint and the quality of
the exhibits"
MODERN MAYDEN LADYES" found the hunting most terrible Saturday ---
New
VistasMost
when they went on their leap year man-hunt, variously equipped. Mis
Frances Webinga left used a fishing net (now discarded), Miss Mary Burris of the persons queriedfelt OUTSTANDING SUCCESS The first annual Trl-City Home ors alike ran the gamut of superlatives About one-half of the
center, found her slinky evening attire no more successful and Sharon Muller the Home Show had open Show and Industrial Exhibition closed Saturday night at the exhibits which nearly filled the big arena to capacity can be I
success with a borrowed hunting rifle (now returned) was nil. Maybe in 1968 ed up new vistas for Venice, Rmglmg winter quarters circus arena after a successful four. seen in this high-angle GONDOLIER photo by Bob Obendorf.
(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) "Its been very successful day run. Comment about the show from visitors and exhibit-
I'm very well pleased and glad I


Leap Year's Over Gals we're manager Robert participating for Green's Caudle," Fuels enthused district ofFlorida SV Area Business I

"It's a good thing for Puzzler: What To Do I

Unlike bachelors who regard ""leap estait may be: except and of awls"glf the Venice areahe continued

,ear" with a rather jaundiced eye, single (which if) he can make it appear that he "and we're already "look. Group Selects
is betrothit ither woman he then hall ing forward to next year.
(irli look upon the extra day every fourth ane
year u open season on all single male be free." Caudle added that he felt the About Fire I
And, fellows, you can blame it all on In other words men, It was give up or circus arena should be used Engine Official Name w
the Scots, who atarted it all back to 1288 pay up in those days. more for such events The !
nth a law that reads: Shortly thereafter France took to the Home Show is only the second -
"It I is statut and ordaint that duringthe tame law quite happily at least the women time the arena has been used NORTH PORT' CHARLOTTECity tain legal possession of the sion chose, it could enter Intoa SOUTH VENICE The
rein of Hir Maist Blissit Mejeste for did. It was a slow two centuries before for a public function aside from commissioners of North 1926 unit contract with the volunteer South Venice Area Business
ilk years knowne as lepe years ilk may. the custom became legalized in Genoa and the circus rehearsals for whichit Port Charlotte will seek legal Obviously irked by a published fire department for the purchase Group U the official name of
den ladye of bothe hlghe and lowe estait Florence, Italy was primarily constructed. advice on the course of action report that the venerablefire of the vehicle. I' the new organization being
she And then, somehow the men took over "I'm tickled to death with it follow In of the
*ill hue liberte to bespeke ye man to disposing engine was Inoperable, The combined group will also formed by business leaders
,des, albeit he refuses to taik hir to be his and the whole thing was dropped except myself exclaimed John city's one piece of fire fighting Mayor Flavius Wood and the have the city attorney check along U. S. 41 from Center
U ful wyfe, he shall be mulcted In ye in the memory and minds of women, Erickson of Walker's Hardware equipment. commissioners met informally their Insurance policies coverStog Road to the Englewood Road
1
wm ane pundis (one pound) or less a* his where it will, no doubt, always be in force we'll.really"I imagine have a show next here year," The engine American La in joint session Friday afternoon the equipment and its attendant intersection

France circa 1926 sits in solitary with Fire Chief F. H. (liability with an eye to The designation was decided

.--.............. 'Outstanding'Palll splendor in the parkinglot "Doc" Hendrlcksen and Hugh eliminating any duplication. upon at a meeting last Wednes-
.. ----- ... ... Cockrill of the Venice of this city's only shopping MacKibbon, assistant chief. day attended by merchants
Area Home Builders Assn. center. Owned by the city, the Hendricksen and MacKibbon representing the varied business -
classified the show as "very In. piece of apparatus U operatedby assured the commission mem- interestc in the area. A
teresting" Said Cockrill "I the Volunteer Fire Depart bers the truck is operable, "we Boyer Celli! committee also was appointedto
At A Glance! think the crowd 1 ia terrific for ment. This group would like to had it running this morning investigate possibility of
Politics the first year," I The chief said neither he nor erecting sign boards at the
of
1--- King Morton local restaura- get a more modern piece anyone in the fire department RacesTwo northern and southern limits of
Enter I
(Continued on page 2) equipment but first must ob- authorized the published story the South Venice area business

new, contestants have lumped Into the race for teats on the Sarasota County Como The engine was purchased in district.
Floyd Potter of Englewood a candidate for the District 5 post, and Larry 1961 for $1,000 by the City of more candidates announced The group expressed consld.
y are District I.w I. North Port Charlotte and has over the weekend inadvance enable interest in recently
the job for To Lead
Sarasota
seeling -. _- Again been used and maintained by of Tuesday' opening published population statistics
Fourth candidate from the the volunteers Maintenance date for formal entry Into reflecting the tremendous an-
South County and the third Re- has been a problem as parts the May 5 primary. ticipated growth of the South
publican to seek the District 5 Cancer DriveHeading for this model are no longer As anticipated, Sheriff Ross County "It looks like we in
nomination for the Sarasota b available and must be "hand I Boyer announced as a candidate South Venice are going to be
county commission Is Floyd + tiy" made," according to MacKib- for the fourth four. right in the center of things,"
Potter of Englewood: y" the 1964 South County ---, bon.The year term. Boyer, a Democrat Temporary Chairman Hartley
The 50-year-old Englewood Cancer Crusade fund drive I II. manufacturer charges will be opposed by previously P. Dermond remarked.
building contractor announced for the 17th straight year will J $8 an hour for a mechanic's announced candidates
his candidacy last Thursday. be Mrs Charles McG Robert time plus travel expenses. Constable Jack Knuckles of
Potter will face fellow Republicans of Nokomis. MacKibbon said rather than Venire, William A. Sullivan Car Jumps Curb
Charle E. (Chuck) Mr. Roberts' appointmentwas face such an expense the vol. and John B. Johnson of Sarasota
Schmitt of Venice Gardens and announced last week by unteers have attempted to do all Republicans.Joe Joseph L. Johnson, 74, of
Robert M. (Bob) Wright of Dr. Leo H. Wilson Jr., president the work themselves V. Celli, former Ven. Duxbury, Mass, wa charged
? Manasota Key In the May 5 of the Sarasota County Commissioner Hubert Fox, ire policeman, announced as with failure to have his car under .
sb GOP primary. Lone Democrat unit of the American Cancer acting chairman of the joint a candidate for the constable control after it Jumped the
candidate in the District 5 con. Society session, told the group City At. post now held by Knuckles curb on West Venice Avenue
{ test so far is incumbent Masel, Dr. Wilson congratulated torney John Wood, suggestedthe Celli!, son of Councilwoman early Friday afternoon and
C. fusion who will be seekinghis Mr*. Roberts on her outstanding truck be appraised Then, I Blanche J. Celli, Is a Repub crashed into the Blalock Insurance
1'I first lull four-year term on achievements during past he related, if the city commls-i lican. Company offices.
the board. campaigns and expressed con
I appointed to the fidence that the. 1964 crusade
Huston was
Board of County Commission. will be as successful as the Prominent Successful People I
ers last year to fill the vacancy other 16 she" has "so expertly ,
created by the election of FLOYD POTTER managed
LARRY MURPHY Warren S. Hender Mr. Roberts' tireless work
Chairman --
son to the state senate. I for the society was praised officialslast by Enter Contests And Win Them I
Posts Florida cancer drive vd '
Many Find Cats DO Friday at a stata meeting
wo Sites For potter a lifelong Republican In Tampa. In communities throughoutthe obtaining the next largest vote gatherings, all you have to do
is president of the Englewood (Continued on page 2) \MRS. ROBERTS ___ I state and nation where total will get a new $25985 is to ask for the votes
rG' Firehouse Chamber of Commerce, Have 9 Lives newspapers have conducted Frigidaire mobile dish washer In contests like the one The
past vice president of the contests and offered the choiceof and the next a $209.95 G,E. air GONDOLIER has announced ,
\dice Englewood Builders and Con. If you want to find out howto i Rock Fossil ExhibitBy cars or cash and other conditioner All who enter and the busiest most successful p
He-ion' of two sites' for tort tractor Assn, past chairmanof asphyxiate a cat don't prizes leading citizen and fail to win prizes will receive citizens of the community can
,
ItlUon of fire department the Englewood Recreation ask Ben J. Peters. business people have enteredto cash commissions on the subscription do a good job.
In Venice Garden Council and past chairman of For Peter is convinced now W. EARL AUMANN today. "I want the people of make them successful and credited to them. The one who realizes that by
L South repOrtedly been offered to the Englewood Cub Scout Com that the furry felines really do "Hundreds of rockhoundsfrom I. Venice to see what we have I won them. There' only two way to expanding the circulation of
Ir Fire Venice Area Vo\un-\ mittee. have nine lives Especially the our southeastern tales right here at home," he added. The GONDOLIER la now or- get the prize-winning<; votes their local newspaper that theyare
'> Department by deW I He Is a member of the Englewood wild ones i travel thousands of miles each The Rev. Mr. Jelks Is not a anlzlng its $4,500 Subscription One i la to get your friend and making the community a
John E, Porte. : Volunteer Fire Depart- The Venice Gardens resident year to Arkansas, Colorado, commercial rockhound but collect Contest and i* making an effort acquaintance to clip the 500 better trade area will consider .
I iftmiChuck) Schmitt, ment board of director and related to members of the VG Arizona, Wyoming and Mon specimens of rare rocks to enlist some of the busiest FREE VOTE COUPONS out of entering this contest and
In the Venice .Gar. : recently was made an honorary Homeowner Assn last Monday i tans in search of rare rocks, as a hobby and cuts them into I men and women of this their copies of The GONDOLIER help build a growing industry
I "omeowner Assn. told ; member of the Englewood night how as grievance I when we have a wonderful Cobochon or oval shapes and ",sea as contestants and give them to you or A GONDOLIER reporter has
F'February meeting of the Board of Realtor chairman he was called upon variety right here on our own fashions them into settings for The grand prize is a new turn them in at the office to been checking newspaper
i> ICreed lZatlon the VG official Potter was appointed by the recently to rid a neighborhood west coast of Florida rings, earrings, bracelets and $2,48250 Ford or its cost in your credit. No string are attached from all parts of the United
to donate a location Straaota county commission toa a variety of other things.!: to these They such
In, on Center to : of a quartet of prowling That was the reason given each The second prize is $500In coupons State where contests
recom-
re Road or In the special committee all' can be votes with or without have been conducted On one
tone plan pussycats by the Rev. Hendley F Jelk 1 give away to friends cash. The next prize a
of reorganization
the proposed mend a Council Peters said he wa called bya for )hi ".All Florida Exhibit of I can produce in my spare $500 U. S. Savings Bond or its subscriptions newspaper l in an area like this, !
center Industry *
Onus at the Light I
Blvd rn for the of the woman resident of the cub- time," he said I was on the cost will be awarded to some Everyone is a prospect for the entrant were the most
Schmitt I han>rock after the' resignation members. division and Informed she had Rock and Fossils" to be seen receiving end so many yearsas entrant residing outside of the the winning vote. If you see substantial, most successful $
'IVI said< the SVFD exe- envious council in the lobby of the First National After this people day if attend best known people. Many of
board has explained that he ia i the four predator locked in a Baptist minister, I feel city limits of Venice. every you
( ? voted unani He U awarded the entrant club meeting. or social (Continued on page J) l
1COlllillileel on pft 2) I (Continued ou page :2) _. ,Continued oa page J) Bank Venice starting/ (Continued on page 2) prize( la "




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MONDAY, ,
MARCH p,
THE GONDOLIER

POLITICS Hospital ReportADMISSIONS ROCK HOUNDS

PROMINENT (Continued
I Obituaries from
(Continued from page 1) It Is my time tothing give pan I"I
interested in promoting
(Continued from pare 1) life have remained a country "vitally orderly expansion of the P'hklNoko"i'rJobnne1.Lod.' .! to ethers "to!{
EARL JOHN HAVENS daughter Miss Sibyl Klinck an I
Many
It Is apparent from newspapers school teacher afraid that he industrial potential. : VuIce Varieties
Earl John Havens, 78, of i 1617. IJew: Point Comfort Road the participants were people published in other lections would do something that his county's The father Of three including "n.lewo"l HIII, V..t"l lI.n.rot 11010&S. 'o.IM.Des'nn. Vevr Among the many |Inter .

Venice Municipal Trailer Park Englewood. whose only reason for enteringwas of the country that many school board or patrons Mrs. Mahlon Brown of i'eIs" : Wlnllyd l FuII.ot'n.J,j"nlto.I specimens of rocks I 1
died Friday Venice Hospital. He had pent the winters to expand the circulationof successful and influential two hob, is Fbnws from Florida Mr jH
at people wouldn't like. Other example. Cincinnati, N. Y., and ... Naken, 0.
Crlb; s.010's
Born In Mich. .here Ao! .the past 19 years and their loral paper and widen behind their "ood'I Cal I showing a large '
Kent County, have gotten like this could be repeated school-age children Bruce 15, dhehls.n 1 1 r.ral o : }:, komi. ,jaw
he came here nine! years alto came here io live permanently 1U scope of Influence and use- local newspaper drives and put without end. Some of them and Laurie 11, he has been rd' I ...mVe1Si' J.nd a prehistoric mwnnmihS t '
from Mount Clemens; Mien. He .attar his retirement in 1901. fulness to the merchants, the them over not merely for probably applying to people In active in the Parent-Teacher .: 'Ann.... Noko",10 Csa'h I BonJ..ID 1'o"NJ'. right here on the vl?r;,
:Formerly of Knoxvllle 111, he local organizations the churches what would receive for rase Vo. N..t". I Pert beach. Another ?'
was employed by Holland Fur they this section of this atate. Association since moving to Venla; B.b Do' rare fladi
nace Co., there for 4) years'until owned and operated a'funeral and schools. themselves but to help their Big Opportunity Englewood in 1957. III hit.. E..l.wood, ., I huroedrt.Yenk.1ma the local beach! !! Is a 110111'of '
V. .
his retirement in 1954.: .home there for SI )'aan. One of the entrants in one of hometown paper get in positionto If opportunity ever knockedat Potter and his wire Lois, also "k. Ve.'oo 11t' Brow. V..I.. ., ('h..I.JlorandVr r.Itl.le mastodon's upper! p1 l''
He is survived bv a daughter, Mr. Klinck was a member of the contests was a prominent render greater service to your door it Is knockingnow. have been active in the local ,. En.lawood aD" a. showing portion ot fostlN,

Mrs Lucille H. Havens Mor i Order of the Eastern Star and doctor's wife. He had a large their community. It', up to you to recognizeIt. library movement and organized is. 21 nov 0urandl. V... with the nerves easily da; .J
ris of Baltimore Md., and two the Masonic Lodge in Knox- and famous clinic. Another was The attitude of the people ofa No matter what business Englewood'i first com tai, M..OFns&ae D.odlo..,.. 1II"I.wood'M.I gulshed.
grandchildren 'ville Ha was also a member of of a druggist, and another the I fast-growing and aggressive you are in, how busy you are, i munity concert. ('..It""" EnslmodI. K..I Fbyna ... Although his collection
Rawles Funeral Home was the National Funeral Directors manager of a large departmentstore. community was demonstratedin how much you make or whether Born in Scotland, he grew rnrJan''.'''I IAprlu'a". ;naN./ s.4 tarns many specimens ,eo"

in charge of arrangements Assn and Illinois Funeral Directors one of these contests in a you are rich or poor you up and attended achool in rub U .Au'ims5. ;..1.Vred. LFdwsd Enpi tied oyster shells] (which TV'

: Assn.Survivors Another entrant !III one con. county adjacent to Jackson. owe it to yourself to consider Englewood N. J. He was elect Jr.. Venlee4/Stoll.D.lOth B".I 6.lOta'' excellent earrings) h. Is /'
include three est: was the wife of the president ville Fla., recently. A man what it means to you and your ed secretary of the PalisadesPark H. J. Sit''"..''''' V..o aerbl I Worse peclally proud of an agate e,

KNOWLTON C. KLINCK daughters, Miss Klinck Mrs. and general manager of a who had established five large community to participate in N. J., Republican\ Clubat J.F i."iv': "-'E;,, BUV.H Yenlat l Das. oyster itself. Inside the std
Knowlton: G Klinck, 82, died Gene Bragg of Fort Myers and large leather manufacturing supermarket entered his this contest. Many people who the age of 25 and served BU..b... NnkwilIfN : Arde. M.Kern. found near Blackburn'i bit
Saturday at the home of his Mrs. George Essex of Mount company that employed over wife in the contest. He was have entered such contests and as justice of the peace and a Vmlo.ttad. Rocs.. at.G.nd.I Pesnbnel, .... on the Myakka River: ';"

r.wewnuww......................-..........".. Pleasant Iowa; and two sons, 2,000 men. running a page advertisementeach failed to win prizes have said member of the town councilin VOid........; Nokomla 1"" aunlM' Rak EnInroodI Mr. Jelki also hal a v
ALLEN Willard D. Klinck of Knoxvilleand Then there was I man that week in the local paper.In that the knowledge gained and Pharsalia N. Y. .. I Rau Pltune,... Nokm.lsl, I A Ch.l II.. number of yellow caldt a
Jack Klinck of Atkinson her he said the experience obtained was ... H'.I.both.' C1urbtlw Tsar stale In lime
ran a huge hotel that entered entering name Also active In church work, No.... ro,", Get'Mm stone maim\
Convalescent and 111 t and won. Several other people that if she secured any new worth all of their effort. the Potters are members of St. N.wll. V.nlml, Liu Ho.kl. 011'01'' They were found in a cm '

t' Nursing Home Funeral service and inter that entered and won other contests readers for the paper that it Public admiration respect Raphael's Catholic''Church. Knurl......1-.no"_ H".h Vmm" Dew, Vmlert, M.,., the Mvakka River by s s.,
24 HOt ment will be later this week in ran country stores. In two would help not only his business end compensation In cash awaits MfRPIIt r..... VonIH'tI VI.I. Lnn. 1Dn.'ewood'H.'d sot. High School boy, ".hoh'
Service
I Phone Venice Nursing 4812702 Knoxville Farley Funeral towns surrounded by good but the business of every the men and women who Lawrence E, (Larry) Murphy 11....... Vmlet Velal' Wilbur/ ton"Von'OII refused to divulge the loch.:,
I., rONCI DB LION A v.. Home was in charge of local farming areas all the prizes other merchant of that area have it in them to come forward director of the county' Vonleo' Dun Ann Cnlenm DI.I. Qullll"idVminl, of the cave hoping! to titan,
I She won second prize. enter the contest and be- Nokombl" Ar"" E.he. Nakm' new
..ww..w.wmww w.wewww arrangements.CUSTOMS were won by farmers or their Public Information Service sophls Llaalt many specimen 4-.
wives. One paper listed a sher Stop and Think come active. The winner of the and former assistant editor- .. aM.rI Leo.onl, V....... the summer vacation *
lIII'I'JiJIJte DJ. .ijit; ? iff's wife as winning first prize, Out of the hundred of capable Ford could be you but you publisher of The Sarasota Fab DISCHARGE'"ob. Another prized rock found
must give the chance
T and another listed the police men and women residing yourself News, today announced his It Alta D,.. Nok..t". the Myakka River wctta,
-- chief as winning. A barber's in this area who are in positionto to win it. candidacy for the Sarasota Chrl.tla Adhino. Vmlal II...,... II.... the south county Is the M; 1
:
Clip the blank and mall g.hwl 1 1Iv
wife won in one contest Three enter and win with a minimum entry County Commissioner In District knslsodt: W..doI. IN.. Lon..11 Cloak, fled dropping of a prehiitiJ
Dsrbors
I'I+ newspapers listed rural mall of effort it is doubtful if it today or come to The GON- I I 1, subject to the Republican VonIOl'Pont, Wllllun Dos 4r.ndol 0....... Venle.t, JerreDItm Dinosaur.
DOLIER office and let it be '
I ,
STOCK carriers or their wives as first any of them have stopped to Party primary. ioko..t.1, ThornOr- .. Nok0CC Seaeow Rib
known that interested.It Nokmnb.Feb.
p prize winners, and one listed think how easy it would be for costs you nothing.are You have I During his 14 years In the I..B..ba.10 Cobman Edwt"/ &nsan. 00...,050151I 050151I.en. From this same lectio- <
I the wife of a postmaster.Four them to win the new Ford. all to you field of journalism, he special -.. LI.tna Vnle.t, Wllh..I.1a. the south county cam slot,
It.
gain, absolutely nothing
J other newspapers that Men and women who come In to lose ized in government reporting Lo.d"" ,NokOlllI'1.,., MmruVmlanl'' Jos prized possession opah
H.
FRAMES h were checked listed schoolteachers contact with other people will and analysis] and was publicly Hel..I..ood VonlN'' Goren 110.... Noka rib of a Manatee or ueo.

as winning and two see all of their friends and recognized and commended by 11I10.r.h. Brlna. VonlOlI l showing the need for the I'lt';,(
MAT AND MOUNTING SERVICE others' listed paymasters, one business acquaintances any NINE LIVES various governmental units in Dorothy II Cnrrla.Nelr Venloo, 0.61. rWksass. supplied by the Mvaklti Jm'
for a factory and one for a way. They will talk with them the Elmira N. Y, area when iokomlo'' WI.I/.od Full.rtoa.s.a Mr. Jelks explained opi'it'
e NON GLARE GLASS about (Continued from page 1) !i.II., J/.d.. .. I
something By enteringand R.M.NV.naI stones the
hardest
mine. Two newspapers listed her garage. he was employed by the Gannett l HU. Vonl.l .l Kopf I are md f.
restaurant people a* winning, starting your campaign And he went on to tell how Newspapers before mooIng 1'.nl.Walter Woton. V.nle.1' D''">. Klklund.M fleet the various colors bw

I E L L PITMAN and one listed a tax collector. among your friend and acquaintances all was quiet as he and to Sarasota in 1957. V..o Fah, /ohn A.d. 1I.Iood) the agattzed stones rest '
your candidacywill born In Elmira "S" hardness followed
Several other newspapers VGHA president Chuck Sch- Murphy was M.r" Br lforf. Comn's, Vrollall Al- by petrel,-
were checked and it was found soon become widely I N. Y. June 7, 1928 He received Kokomli I Plora specimens. All teke l "ondt'
mitt armed with a shrimp net Ends.wadl
Ellis'
CHURCH STREET NOKOMISOne known. In a short time will f.od Idd,. CHIfWI J.ma
that the winning list Includedtwo you approached the building. Quiet his early schooling in Elmira Ernot H.Hw. E..I.wood'' Wl|. ful polish he added.
1 Block N. E. of Railroad Crowing priest several ministers, create enough interest in the that la, until they opened the and later attended St. II... r.! ....". Nokwnl.1' shay B.b Bw.V The recent drec"lnit it |p v

PHONE 468-3393 lumber leaiers, several insure contest to make participation door. Andrew's Preparatory SchoolIn '?ib...IS Iwlt I H.rtm. Vtnlet! Charlotte has produced! i m
e once people or their wives, and easy pleasant and profitable. Then according to Peters, Rochester N. Y. and Elmira Gibbi / l ber of other Inter!! t1n, spr
f f''f J ,,;jIf, ,MoitW.QF ether people of all walks of In addition to being unable to the cats were all over the College where he studied eco vS5. | AM. Smith, 0.It...Nrs1.11Lnn. tmttor.Nnkonli mens among them a lit
lose Imm.koloe
l
anything by entering the MMIO
t nomics.He tt of calcite
VmlM.Clir. group crystals '
place, dashing frantically a- ; Ann" C.mphioMn. i
contest active participants will round the climbing the joined the staff of the AI.... Flitch, Noknmltl: Job.Loofbourrow another group encased la m .
room .
widen their circle of friends Gannett Newspapers In 1948 flat with the
walls and knocking things .. same chiridtIstics .
(4 J m AD
I and acquaintances. At the from shelves. and served in various editorial i wood I Fr.nk II..... V. sa.IEnrrrldh' as the famed mud Hi
same time you will gain department until V.nle. Ttrrr Or*)!.". VmlwlChTrli ,
JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER enough prestige and Influence At this point, the two Intrepid capacities KM".l Entl.wo.dl, P-Ur. M..- In the western states Ht t'
to make the venture cat hunters decided to put 1957. For one year he also oul... V..,." Jtnf. MomnJl. Vtnle.1' plalned these mud nail el t-
profitableto managed weekly ..... Liur.li, Corn.llm; Van
their quarry to sleep by running a newspaperin Pour M. west are found in the dried.>
them in more ways than the exhaust from an automobile the village of Horseheads Tv6 F.6.V..I.21 .- *"<**. NokowUlK.U I bottoms of prehistoric lik

one.Activity into the closed garage. N. Y. .rln. H.rurN"*>?"' V>'"... and are cracked into mportions ,
in such affair as Murphy discontinued his association Dull, Booth &nd. Indt I C6ola F rrlw .
I"r inch
That didn't work either. an or two
.. 0''_. Su Ches.Mlrh.l
y this has started peeopleon EmrlnroodOu:
ad INC. many Forty-five minutes later the with the local news I ".11 Bh..., Endses.dI I Pad l diameter.
or the road to success Take paper when Mr. and Mrs KentS. Puns Nokon.1.1, M.... _Ilk. H-Ao. Molten Glass
alive
cats were just as
the of the unknown as ever. ... Br dtn" n! .
case timid mill, CUr Bp Fr.jl
McKinley sold the
t publication The site
backward school teach. But the crowning blow came Wllllim. It Pmnbartl, IAn... of the ancient..
'
country later to Pennsylvania interests Chirlot' mill town of Woodnwi
er who doubted his ability to as they were discussingthe 505 Port it 11intcmectlon
and subsequently the -
accepted
harrowing experience witha of U S. 41 IT
accomplish anything at all in
retired veterinarian who livesin county appointment.He the Englewood Road his finished
,,.,,3 BUILT WiTN THAI one of these he found contests. To his the Gardens. is a member of the Elks HOME SHOW some specimens! of mi
that he
surprise Influenced
people to help him "Don't you fellows know" Club was charter secretary of (Continued from pace 1)) ten glass' that have local m<
I asked the the Mannsota Lions Club and a hounds
vet divided
disparagingly. into their! ,'
op
win. from he Harold
Starting there with
and partner
former director of
the Florida teur a
At the Shamrock Blvd. Entrance to Venice Gardens ran for the legislature and was "that cats have nine lives?" West Coast Blood Bank. He is K. Hall in a brand new industry Ion One as to their origin!

% PHONE 4884885P. elected Then he ran for con- I a former director of the Sarasota here the manufactureof grow contends 6'
gress and was elected. He later I FIRE HOUSE County Chamber of Commerce salt water aquariums for brightly colored ipecimr'

O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida was Governor of his state. Hadit (Continued from 1) and also served on the tropical fish said he had were forest formed fire by the disaster
pate that
wiped out it
not been for participating in executive committee of that heard wonderful comments on
the contest he probably would mousy] for the shopping senter organization. the entire show "I think it's saw mill and entire ton
.
-1 -u-_-- --- ---..."..-,-" ..-"'-<<-_ _-_.....-.............'''''... site.Porte last year agreed to donate Mrs. Murphy Is the former outstanding for a first show" The Woodmere several yean ,r
theory being that the Lie'
Jane French of Elmira. The said Morton, "and we're veryhappy
a site for the sub atation
In
l' the
." sandy ground mt:*
couple have four sons and re- with It
In the Venice Gardens
recrea-
from the intense hut and
"
side at 2944 51st Street. The 'Its been a very excellent re-
tion area, fronting on Pomolo colored by various rocti a ft(,
7\\ Road. So many protests were family attends St. Martha turnout something; the town
ground.
Church. has needed for a long time
DOWNTOWNVENICE received from residents of the John E declared Harry H Britton of Another croup scoff at i Ii
Wenger Jr of 3128
that
area however plans for
sawmill theory and claim \tin
of
building the branch firehouse Browing Street will serve asMIrph.y' Britton's! House Furniture.
ships from Italy eomlni
there campaign treasurer. Britton was one of the Ihow'loriginal
Meanwhile were scrapped The Sarasota Bank & Trust planners as a memberof Florida for Its vast tail
a direct access
road from South Venice to Company is designated as the the Retail Division of the supplies brought slcllia basing
Venice Gardens has been official depository for funds sponsoring Venice Area Chamber rock from the famed r
proposed of Commerce. glass sections of Italy over
for better fire protectionin
the Gardens and specifications MORE PEOPLE ARE S. M (Jim) Jimison, producer South County as ballast m
have been received from ESCRIBING TO AND of the Home Show, call dumped the rock out n till
t the READING TIIEGONDOLIER ed it "one of the most successful loaded vffh lumber It !
county engineering office :'\ ever held on Florida's West known that in the days oil II
Areat
First & Finest Shopping !
-- Coast" three-mast schooners afar

Jimison said the outstanding practically all shippirf 1',1
\ ---SPORTSCARBE. aspect of the show were the one-way traffic it WII nit!'

displays which he said were sary to carry ball st of IO!!'

i., DAZZLING SPARKLING better on the average than sort on the cutroing trip.
te, many of the national displaysin The Venice beach hu 1 lDri
other shows. been famous for the sharp<
1-/ BARGAINS VALUES! And Jimison
went on to express his appreciation teeth found In its sandy b'all
to the specimens for hive bet'
4' exhibitors both sa
With the New 1964 Tread Design from himself and the Venice black. However Mr. Jells bJ''

--- Area Chamber of Commerce. three ivory colored lha't' r

DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY THE MEN'S SHOP $7.95 $8.95 Venice.teeth found He in feels a marl\the bdn W

ivory color is due to the CRUSADE
NEW BEAUTIFUL EASTER JEWELRY PALM BEACH BLAZERS Any Size Black lime deposits in the mid I
Size
Any White
$1.00 and $2.00 I All Colors . . . . $37.50 (Continued from page 1) which they were found.
The South County chairman Other interesting lpaebnrII

.t 231 W. Venice Ave. 438-6776 Medical Center Btdg. 225 W. Venice Ave. 488.1620 PIllS Tn. Exchange, or applied to your Sound Casings is widely known throughoutthe are petrified ship bamn:e
Venice from the Myakka River! ; w
.....-,..- -- M. _, W'__'_''''''' in area many for civic her participation pro- lone colored pieces of con

VENICE jects. Her record of from the Venice beach; s JIIII(
OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY accomp
lishments includes aiding in of agatized coral from BiBi

AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings the establishment of a public Point in Tampa Ball! *
Sala l I Watches Silverware Jewelry beach at Nok oils, building! of pieces of limestone with P**
I ServiceSupplier I We Repair All' Males
Stuart Owner Watch: end Jeweler Repair the Venice Hospital and orranl- fied sea urchins from O;::
Merriclc W. Venice Ave. 488-3119 s ration of the Hospital Auxill.: State Park north of Kd
I 235 W Mieml
Ave.
488-2473 Springs Just off U. S. Hs.Mr.
n_._ .. ary.Mrs .
1 -- LF'niEATRE-TROPICAL Roberts also] Is active Jelks U widely ltnw
----.G DRIVE-IN In St. Mark's Episcopal Church the Venice area hlvln'O w*

TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. Showing Monday March: 2 work and once was chosen to Venice In I sd
Now Showing Kentucky Military Institute pastor of the Venice Bf!

i, BAHIA RAKES . . $3.98 WALT DISNEY'S"MISADVENTURES "GYPSY" I "Sweetheart." Church. He retired as an KW1minister
o'' "," I WithI In addition to the annual in October 1942New .-
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213 W. Venice Ave 4884909 MERLIN JONES" I Natalie Wood and Rosalind VENICE South County Cancer Crusade,
I I Russell Mrs. Roberts also carries on

-- -_.-.._-"" T .. _._ ,.. 513 Cypreu One BIL. E. of E. Venice Ave. a year-round service and educational I

\- VENICE TILE & FLOORS Welcome/ To I American program Cancer Society for the in (

I'' .. the South County area.DON'T .
CARPETS VINYL FLOORS I VENICE SEED & FEED STORE I I

FLEXALUM SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER

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A lot tile a JIg sew pvne? If the pieces don't fit together
perfectly then there no paper.
Actually, newspapers are so much e part of our daily
life than we are prone to lust "accept" them without taking
into consideration: [ust erectly how muck work goes into each
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of event to be made, the advertising' layouts to be designed
end submitted for okays and changes But this is just a small
part because once this is done, both copy: and layout
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There are the linotype operator with their deft touch:
and mage: machines and the men who compose: the copy
.nd ads Once each page is completed: it u matted under a
thousands of pounds of pressure
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cylindrical: shape in metal so that it will precisely fit the
roller on the press.
Plastic cuts of photographs are stuck onto the metal
cylinders, each cylinder: n locked into place and the pressis
finally ready to roll. s
Each man has to be a specialist, for each operation is
interdependent upon the proceeding one and the step to
follow. .
There's a great deal more to getting out I paper than .
the I 10 cents you place on the counter: or in the rack cup Il'pi' ....
would imply I''
I-Dot Gaynor worli at Woman News r and special: I We hop. you'll vis t us at our booth at the Tri.City I '," &j&S8SL1 .awrwe
f futures. .Home Show. We'll have an exhibit we hope you'll find both ; 1J1: rr;
interesting. and informative. ;, I s < *"%
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billing ',
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J-News editor Sam editor and 'l f Ent $4,500 Contest Akgpya }
GOhIDOUEREwdorBk ; a fJl pr'e'* t r ; 30 Percent Water Rate increase
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MONDAY, MARCH
J. '964
THE GOMDOLIERI r
Sunday was his third Ja jam;;


Church Drive Tops $35,000 Goal Mrs. Green Joins Loveland r Jump war civilian*tyl In*.,a but now crouched with lumln wide pos gp\::

arm to atabUiMIf the

Venice United Church of vice far the Board of Homeland The congregation recently Faculty As Speech TeacherA you are planning drop 01IIIIk.

Christ oversubscribed Its 135,- Ministries, who arrived engaged Frank Folsom Smith, Ins that drop. r.member"
000 building fund goal in a here last week from Buffalo, Sarasota architect, to develop Venice woman has come count, after you jump ?

membership canvass Sunday, N. y. plans for the five and ona-half up with a solution to help pupil Civic one thousand; two one'flu/
Charlotte
according to the pastor, Dr. E. Aiding Timm and Elam In acre building ait* in Venice of the Loveland School for W. and; three one thousand" '

Robert Chabl. the canvas were R. D. Clark Gardens purchased s o m e Retarded Children Improve Committees the chute: should Open, but
Dr. Chabl Mid Sund.,'* vice chairman; Clark D. Adair, month. ago by the church. A their speech. Group It hasn't by the time 7011 Mg

drive by a 33-member convass CoL John L. Ferguson Mrs. tentative master plan for the Mrs Gene L. (Fifi) Green ENGLEWOOD The West "six: : one thousand teal ht4
committee, headed by Herbert Edward R. Naar, Arthur H. building was shown to the congregation former speech therapist in the Charlotte County Civic Assn better break out the ,

C. Elam of Nokomis, raised to Payson Frank P. Reynolds, recently by Smith.A Milwaukee public schools, will standing commutes for 196 parachut Incidentally, ern::
$51,012 the total amount to far and Mrs. Charles F. Town special meeting of the congregation Join the faculty of the school on were announced by President w w your streamer shoots oge
received or pledged for three has been called for a volunteer basis Charles E. Yale at this month' slow you down to about 5m

;year, beginning March 2. Monday evening. March 9, by Mrs. Green majored In meeting of the organization' .ph. Static line Jumpers !
The overall total include Million $ Month Adair, chairman of the Board speech at Marquette University board of directors last Friday a line attached that toe hare\

7.294 in gifts designated for of Trustees, to take the nece.. where she received her Ph.D. nldht. muter flat( >in the Plane
specific memorial or other Hit By TurnpikeThe ..,., step to proceed with the and did graduate work In The committees named are leave) can pull to make "
purpoaei. Dr. Chable add building program. Th meetingwill speech at the University of Delegate to Federation ot DAVE'S DIATRIBE the diver doesn't form lUre

Elam reported M calls yet to Florida turnpike report. follow the monthly church Wisconsin. She taught speech Civic Assn, Charles E. Yale, open his chut*. At least only"

II be made and he anticipated ed today Its first million dol. family fellowship dinner at 8:30: therapy in the Milwaukee Fred Pfefferkorn, Robert Se. By DUFFY LEWIS the way w* understand It, B.!
'1"" these calls "will increase the lar month since it first opened p.m. in the Venice Garden achools and public speaking in benmorgen; alternates, C. FHlffglnbotham was blowing out of the northwest last Sun- fore w* 'Jump we'll make sun-

total subscriptions significant Its lanes to Florida toll traffic Recreation Center the adult education program of John Kimball. d.y.Guf SXnd took off cms-wind on th. paved road out for sure. '
In January the Milwaukee electric com. Recreation Council: Age Ski. out of the open There
ly. 1937. one country and the three passengers J jumped| are 17 active members
I', The fund drive directed The record period coveringthe ptny. olvlg. anvwa/ all much alive, healthy and napW In the Mission Valley
was door They are very Sky
Church Finance Advisory Ser 30 days of Jan 20 through Bill AngerIs A tireless civic worker, Mrs.Green Schools and Safety John L, though the 20 miles an hour (higher In gusts) wind dU in. er.' Club at present, with mTfor Dlr

by Roy Timm, director of Feb. 18, was the first month has been affiliated with Graham, James padovanoSally urfara with soma of the later parachute Jumpers landing close more if you'r so incline
fund drives and other Helm Prlscllla Gauguin,
,
the 2e5 mile many /
long turnpike was and will learn the
in full operation between Mi CandidateFor community projects. She I I. Mrs. James Padovano. to the ground target. That by Nathan is president of the sport. It 1* good clean rules of the?
Swim ami and Wildwood.The president of the Venice Little Library: Age Sklolvlg. the way Is a big red cross on Mission Valley Sky Divers, his of doors and a fun reported cash Theater, a director of the Aso- Membership: John Kimball, canvas lying in an open field charming wife ("doesnt wonderful tn.

Ins 70 tolls of agency$965243: charge account Relection 10 Theater at Sarasota and a C. F. Flees, James Padovano, manned by a Jump club memo jump") Marilyn is secretary.treasurer. Jump satlon,step they of say 4 and They 7 have ,
Water tolls of $48.257 and Just member of the Vena-Nokomia Ernest Thelin, Sam Splnosa,, ber who stands on whateverpoint It was she who briefed feet whtit

under $85.300 in restaurant and I ENGLEWOOD H. H. (Bill) Woman's Club and the Venice Frank Scholl, Fred Pfeffer of the cross will give the. us on this, to us, unknownnew you practice*. Also Jumps wltwparachute
AT service station lease revenues. Anger, commercial fisherman, Area College Club. korn, Gaud McMullen, Prts man hanging in the air the direction sport Bill DondanviUe I.I learn to roll with you ham j q
said Monday he will seek re She came to Venice In 19S4 cilia Gauguin, Walter E. Hoi in wnlch to guide his vice-president of the club, both when the the punch

Warm Mineral --.......... ........... election to the Charlotte Coun From Paris, France, where her comb, George Thompson. parachute toward a bullseye he and Nathan having over (0 meet you. earth The comes jumper up t k
ty Commission from District 5. husband was an attorney with Publicity: William E. Herd. landing. jumps to their credit. They did '
I Elferdlnk's of Osprey < Anger, 49, 1* a native and the U. S. Department of State. man, James O'Brien It's fun to watch, an unexpected the free falls from two miles such a friendly, alert, InWgent

Springs I[$100,000 Liquidation! Sale J lifelong resident of Englewoodand The Greens have three children Development Commies I Ion sight in the area and up. Take ;your binoculars with talked bunch. Some with who!*
1 II the owner and manager Mrs. Ronald Cyril of and Zoning: C, F, Pfefferkorn this greatest show offtheearths to the meet. Jim Bellar we are students st tin

12 Mlles South ef Venice UP TO 49%" OFF I of Anger' Boatways and Ma Miami; Jill, a Junior at the John KimbalL even free to the spectators. and Miss Grady have more of Manatee them Junior who had College Tnr?
On US 41 rina. A Democrat, he was first University of Florida and Terry Water Resources and Conservation Only the Jumpers are chargeda than a score of jumps to their been i*.,
tililui i__ _; elected to the board in IBM and a Junior at Venice High : Frank Scholl, John fee to cover the expense of credit, Sunday being her 22nd. doing their military sane
will seek his third term. School. Klmball. the Diane to lift them up there Those on the "static line" told us of the transition back la.
2tiC He has been the Charlotte Utilities: Sam Splnosa, C 'T, Into-the cold blue sky.: And who balled out this day were to a student boa.' after thru or

County representative on the 'Flare, Al Duncan there are plenty of applicants,, Dave Hurkatt. Kurt Lewis Jim four years absence "To tin
VENICE MOVIE LOG West Coast Inland Navigation Government and Public Services so that not all could be youngster we are all mlddi..
Pedigo, Joe and
ka'3o Vargha John "
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL District (WCIND) and 1* presently Nelson CandidateFor : Charles E. Yale, WalterE. the day we watch Greer Jr These have had less aged men they said.
Our only sky dive
.
serving as vicechairmanof Holcomb, George Thomp. ed. This sky-diving appeals to than six jumps, with the exception witcUtt

.
outside of movies
M1ADYevnis DRIVE-IN THEATRE the group. son. many more than you would or TV, ''u
of Greer. He
-Tee MIBLIN JONES', or The candidate said he feel Legislature Waterway and WCIND, think. In fact if it weren't for paratrooper in World War was II a Just before the armlstic n

M..a that his past experience In dealing Beaches and Parks: Fred some physical handicaps, this where he made 20 for War One A balloon corps dp.
a Jumps
fMnw/.wrrWr."rdn r with the problem of the west Pfefferkorn, Bert Guthrie Age old kiwi would ask to take the Uncle tain friend took a couple slut
"MOVI OVSR DARLING": ereYrN.bp end of Charlotte a. M. (Gus) Nelson of Sarasota Skiolvig Robert Seibenmorgen, jump. And it's not the Sam Some of them in
w..a ... a-1I.4 Rw.ll.. County quail. age the hard Battle of the Bulge I (Continued ea page 11Contestant's )
ties him for re-election and has announced as a candidate Ernest Thelin, Ray Wolke. handicap either for Bernard

TIandqtreww .."..fIt stated he has had many oppor- for the Republican nom Taxes and Budget: J. C. McFadden took his first Jump

"OVIR A4n 1 m... I al" .r CA51.e5AN wheel.: : M nr with all phases of county gov- tepresentatlve from Sarasota Lane Frank McCook, Sally Everything is shipshape (sky- PledgeNot
He of the
County was one two Helm.
ernment. shape) at the vast grounds of
Anger will be opposed In his lepublicans in the House from Roads and Bridges: Walter Mission Valley Estates, east

bid for re-election by Mrs. Sarasota County from 1980 to E.; Holcomb, Claude McMullen, ot Laurel. There is a roped off I
To Cut Contest PricesIn
962.
Dorothy Flowers his ex-wte, Ernest Thelin. area for the "pit" where the
DINNER SPECIALS and James D. (Buck) White- Nelson was born In Illinois During the board session divers fold their chutes and get
and graduated from West Pointin President Yale outlined the
aker. Into the
1921. He served 27 year in activities of the Charlotte harness. That folding fairness to all contestants, I, the undersigned, upon
the United States Army in all County Federation of Civic ot parachutes Is the all important entering as a contestant In The GONDOLIER'S $4,900
VG NewcomersGet from part of the Jump as you Subscription Contest hereby pledge not to accept sub
grades second lieutenantto Assn. and reported Sklolvlg, of
I[EARLY WYNN'SMarch I colonel retiring in 1948. In btanasot Key, had been elected can I.: tucked well Imagine into place Everything with the scrlptions at prices below those printed in this announcement

WelcomedBrand World War II he commanded to the office of vice president of and on my receipt book.
greatest care. There Is the
.
I new residents of Venice n Infantry regiment in the of the federation main parachute and then a

Gardens are in for a warm tattle of the Bulge and receive It was the concensus of the mailer one for emergency, SIGNED .. .. ..,. ... ....... .... ,....... .. ..........
2nd 6th ed numerous United States and board that closer Ilasion should Contestant.
from their' neighbor in
welcome i just case, though that case
foreign combat decoration He
be maintained among the several
in the residential community, should never occur when all iso

Monday, March 2nd two miles south of Venice, under has ota been since a 1M9.resident of Sara- future civic associations in the well planned.For ADDRESS .. .. ... ... .... .... ...... ... .. ............
promoting
thereby more
Roast Sirloin of Beef a newly inaugurated program In addition to his service In the trip "upstairs" they
au {jus of the Venice Gardens concentrated action for the welfare had
S S2.75 a sleek Cessna 170 four
the Florida House of
Represenstives of the area.Vagrancy.
Homeowners Assn. place plane piloted by skillful
Nelson was a Sarasota Rules and Regulations
'
The VGHA's Membership. pilot Fred Lovlngood, who had
March 3rd County Commissioner from
Tuesday, Welfare and Hospitality Com 95S to 1959. H* was Chairman Charge to be good (no pun) to take off
Braised Rock Cornish Game Hen 52 85 mittee, headed by Charles Wor- ot the Sarasota County Commission and land in that stiff cross 1. No salaried employee of this newspaper or their

Wild Rice, Current ,N't' ,. stall, has divided the subdivis- in 1951. In that year Against Wilson wind. For gauging the wind famllle or immediate families of firm furnishing prises
Ion into eight; districts, each he the they drop a yellow wind are eligible to enter this contest. This doe not apply to
was
March 4th captain and I Republican candle Dale H. Wilson 18, of Flint .
Wednesday, with a "precinct" dale! for Congress from the streamer when they get aloft correspondent
several workers Mich., Is free on S100 bond on to show direction and speed. 1 Any reputable over 11 ef
Broiled Corned Brisket of Beef Seventh District and was d*. person year age residing
52.75 Their will be to welcome a charge following I
job feared by James A. Haley, vagrancy Pilot Bill Scott's young son In Southern Sarasota County, or near the county line In in
New Cabbage, Partlay Potatoes newcomers to the community, Democrat, the present incvnv his apprehension by Police calls this a "wind screamer" adjoining county, U eligible to enter and compete for the!
March answer the questions they will bent. Dispatcher George Wilkins to find the "darget"Sunday's prizes
Thursday, 5th Inevitably ask and make sure early Monday morning..
Gus Nelson I I. the President sky divers were na. 3. Contestant are not confined to their town or com
Breast of Chicken saute, Virginia they are properly oriented. Wilkins was called out to as- lives of far and lands. in
$2.65 ot the Republican Party Lea- near munity getting subscriptions, but may take orders anywhere
Captains heading up the gue which now has over 700 slat Patrolmen George Kinder They came from Pa 111., Ky., in the United States
eight: districts are Mrs. Marorie and John Harris when the Mich, N. Y., Rhode Island and
members In Sarasota 4. Vote credits issued
County in
= for subscriptions will be
March 6th Williams, Area 1 Mrs. burglar alarm at Shrode's
Friday
; even one each from West Germany
He is Past-Chairman of the accordance with the schedule published in this issue, including
Sroiled Sea Margaret Busby, Area 2; Miss Sarasota Jewelry store was tripped Hungary and England.The the first
Deep Scallops County Republican week cash and vote coupon which will
about
$2.60 Anne Lothman, Area 3; Mrs.Clyde 3 a.m.
from
Executive Committee and la entry England was become a first period coupon minus extra cash one week
On Toast Rasher of Bacon Area The In
KammerT 4; Mrs. Michigan man, an apparent petite, attractive Michelle
after
now a precinct committeemanIn a contestant makes his or her first cash report. This
Oven Braised Fresh Brisket of Beef CO Clarence Ktrsy> Area 5; that organization. Nelson attempt to avoid Kinder Grady the only lady of that coupon will decrease in value 23,000 votes every week,
75 Mrs. Eugene r "kman Area and Harris who were
** has been active in Republican guarding day who Jumped. Perhaps Itwas starting one week prior to the close of the first period
German Potetoe Pancakes 8, Mrs. Hare 1 Jensen, Area the front of the store on West I because \
she Right
politic since 1952. was lightestof is reserved to Issue extra votes t not to exceed the
7, and Mrs. Samuel Roth, Area Venice Av*., ran directly into the lot ( value of 20 each of
INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE ENTREES 8. Nelson helped organize the the arms of Wilkins who was we've still to learn these coupons, also on extended subscription
Sarasota Visiting Nurse Assoc the technical points) that the *.
e Soup Baked Potatoes or French Fries ---- ation and was its first presi- approaching the back of the establishment wind carried her over the target 5. Votes are not transferable. One contestant cannot

V(.",tablel! r1* ;"ur Salad New Speed Limit I dent. He has served as president According to Police Chief into another field, the withdraw In favor of another contestant or give subscrip
of the West Point Society round crew racing after hero tions to another contestant. Contestants violating this rule
t t' i Is a 't verage Dessert rest) In GardensLegal John Shockey, jeweler Don
the Florida West Coast, the see that she got loose from are subject to disqualification

HAVE YC '+EXT DINNER speed limit in V' i', ired Officers Club of Sara. entry Shrode and found said apparently no evidence noth-of her chute all right Collapsing 8. Any collusion on the part of contestants to nullify

Gardens has been set at la and is now president of tog was missing. Later, however the chute once you've landed competition or any other combination formed in the d.tri
at EARLY WYNN'S STEAK HOUSE miles per hour through the ef '!he Board of Trustees of the it was discovered an ate end done ;your somersault is a ment of this newspaper or contestants is forbidden. Contestants
orts of the Venice Gardens Concordia Lutheran Church tempt had been made to enter neat trick in a high wind. Onecliver' taking part in such combination and violating tliil

Homeowners Assn. Foundation He la a member the El Patio Hotel, next doorto chute didn't deflate unil rule are subject to disqualification at the discretion of the

U.S. 41 4 MILES SOUTH OF VENICEFor Speed limit signs have been of that church. He Is also a Shrode's, by breaking e it had dragged him along management.
erected along the subdivision's member of Sarasota Bay Post glass in the door the ground a bit. 7. All votes Issued to contestants may b* held In
Reservations Call streets, along with stop signs No. 30, American Legion, and Ages of the club's: divers reserve and b* published discretion of this newt

PHONE 488-2295 placed at important inlersecions. the Sunshine Post No. 3233, range from 17 to 41, with the paper. Published standings twW1'show only enough votes
Veterans of Foreign Wars. He Gardeners youngest of all being Foxle to show the leaders for the prizes.

Entertainment Wednesday thru Sunday Streets in the Gardens are has belonged to Mount Herman Sack whose age we didn't re- 8. The winners of the prizes will be decided by their
I now patrolled periodically by Lodge No. 304 & Slate 2 Sessons cord. bale not being present earned vote credit, said credits represented by votes 1 issued

heriff's. deputies to enforce lumbua., I his day to Jump. A special har- for cash subscription collection, extra votes for
the new speed limit. : ENGLEWOOD In pr4>para. ness and parachute had to be turning them in at certain e and the free couponiclipped
tion for their coming flowerNflffN made for o'int
the toy fox terrier from this newspaper. t can win two of
fNNIf I f INNIf1 NNHINffNNNIfNINNf fNNN.Nf IfIf11tf1ffNNffNfNff11Nf1i I how, the Lemon BayGarden diver. They sr he loves it and the prizes listed in this announcement.
Club: has scheduled two meet- beg. to Sometimes
go up. It's 9. Contestants in this contest are authorized representatives
for this week.
r yy ngs reported that he comes even of this newspaper but it I I. understood and
The first will be the regular loser to the target than his agreed that
they will be held responsible for all money
Dine Out Often k'v monthly membership meeting human competitors, without collected and will remit such amount in full on regular
: today at 10 a.m. at St.Javld's ends to pull the guide ropes. report days to the Contest Department.

j, Episcopal Church, Yes, the divers have a rope 10. No
statement
v S : with the program featuring in each hand which or promise made by any representatives
I. they can varying from the
rules and statement appearinl
v flower containers. The
pull alternately to in this
turn Ute newspaper will be I In

it's fun FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY i iI'h S: fer speaker, owner will of be the Mrs Ceramicraft Jack Tel. chute In the direction they case of typographical or other recognized error by in the a rule publisher or oats'
wish. It has two vents in the meet, it 'II understood that neither the contest managernor
: Studio, located on New Point Ides to aid steering we pre. the publisher shall be held responsible except to make
v v Comfort.; She will show a var. ume, though we forgot to ask. necessary corrections
upon discovery of same
e \ : lety of containers to illustrate We did ask about the free falls 11. To insure
absolute .
her discussion. ; fairness in awarding the prize
Ira I The ot 3,000 feet that some of the hiVS t'it.wu'' be brought to a close under a sealed
: second meeting will
consist
GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL experienced members took bee ?, n which the find 1 return will be placed and
of
,I en all day clinic and fore opening their chutes. opened by a board of three impartial Judges st a liven
.. workshop on flower arrangement Dropping) free is hour
By
a great sen- dolnW., no n. managercan
: -n even the contest
Carry Ont to be held on Thursday, Ration they say (and we can possibly know who the prize winners will be. Tim
.
DECKHOUSE March S, at the Englewood well imagine) for they float at precludes any possibility of favoritism and insures abs
Savings and Loan Assn. The a speed between 120 to 230 }lute fairness : awarding the prim. The decision of *'
BUCKET of.! V. leader for this workshop will miles per hour and can judges will final.

RESTAURANT be i Mrs. Crawford T Bickford, : swim" in the air by holding 12. In event of a tie for any ot the prlz" s prllt
a well-known judge at flower their and identical In
arms bodies In cer. value will b. given each tying contestant
NOW OPEN shows and herself an arranger. lain positions Some of these 13.; ALL CONTESTANTS will be paid $3.00 for esch
"
The morning session will beheld "free club during
CIdcken .wheellng" Jumps were the first week vi activity Active contelt.ntl
/ from 10 to noon, and the started at about 12,000 feet. who do not Zin prizes will b. paid '10<> rcent cash comemissions
; DAYS A WEEKSalad afternoon session from 1 to 3. "And it was awful cold up on amount of cub collected for subscr.ptioniBont !

Members are requested to there down In the 30s first week. This commission will be paid when the
::1 7 ring their own materials and about froze my hands," Duffy close. It la distinctly understood. however, tllst t
containers for the instruction Nathan said .n event any contestant to
..- becomes INACTIVE, falling
'f, $2 60 WHOLE 2>/ LB. Sandwich Lunches: of make the weekly cash reports he or she will at the discretionH.h

; a CHICKEN (110 Piece.) management, become disqualified and forfeit .U
SPECIAL FAMILY DINNER MENU to a prize or
WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SLAW, 14. This commission.
1/2 DOZEN, HOT ROLLS newspaper guarantees fair and Impartial J
5 SI.1 50 treatment of aria
contestants
V1 but should question
I all orders pocked In foil lined buckets J choice of Entrees the decision of the management will be any tlnal.

;. Phone Ahead your order will be ready S.rv.d.With Cole Slaw TOM SaladCocktail Small Sign' Service of the U. car If,the twenty first(.20 prat%!> percent winner will choose be deducted cash lntllad from l J

: I I; PHONE 488-5075 Hour 4:30: to 6 p.m. the delivered price for advertising.
43 V!

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488-6690 abde8'h.I1vb.ec! a contestant each person agrees
+ : ;t \Ve T. GRANT CO. HIGHBALLS, MANHATTANS, MARTINIS MeAT above rules and condition

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and name persons gave YOU the and ed to The GONDOLIER count 900 Free
Win one of the big coupons \\.n them In now They give you a start In the contest They help YOU win Credits toward winning the car andCAothNer
1I prizes
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; $2482.50 FORD $500 U. S. SAVINGS BOND OR COST




j OR COST IN CASHCustom DISTRICT PRIZE IF THE CHOOSES DISTRICT A BOND WINNER


$500( BOND IT HILL BE DELIVERED BT
Custom Door Six Cylinder Conventional Drive With Standard Shift, Seat Belts,

Heater and Defroster, Oil Filter and Air Cleaner, Turn Signals, 2 Year 24,000 Mile For Entrants Residing Outside of City Limits Venice Nokomis

Guarantee. Any Entrant Can Win This Priie of Venire
OR ITS COST IN CASH

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the Ford and 1500 In cash have been award. ,
After entrant from this district with the next 'I .::0:. i Bank :: :.
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first step in order ta become a contestant and In order to make fairness a feature of this content, a .,,,, THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY
compete for a prize, is to clip the nominating or entry committee of local business men will be selected with
coupon appearing In this announcement, fill in your name approval of t the contestants, to act as advisors and official ENTRANT
addres *ncj mail it to the Campaign Manager of Judges. In this way each contestant who enters can be
ThinG. GONDOLIER Venice. Fla This coupon entitles you, assured of fairness The official Judges will check the and
or the person whom you might nominate' to 8,000 ENTRY records and make the final count and award the prizes Supplied By on Display at
votes These totes are given ai a starter, and speed you when the contest comes to a close MAY 2.

011*")1 your be way to win. Only one such nomination entered. coupon Do not hesitate to enter You cannot lose, and you will VENICE VENICE STORE HOURS
accepted from each contestant be receipted for all your votes and cash turned In. The
early start is the thing that counts Come to The GONDOLIER SHOPPING MONDAY TO SATURDAY
j office today and talk the proposition over with the '
contest manager. CENTER 0 it 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

HOW TO WIN
PHONE SARASOTA DRA tNtON FRIDAY

The first step If to let The GONDOLIER contest man How Prizes Will Be Awarded 488..943 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
seer know that you want to become a contestant Either
clip the ENTRY BLANK below or phone 488-3341 and ask Entrants under the rules can win prizes as follows:
for a fret outfit, consisting of an official receipt
working The person entering from Southern Sarasota Countyor
,
***.
sample: copies of the paper and other. informationfelaUv6 near the county line In an adjoining county who secures -
to launching an active campaign.tiVoThus the largest vote total by any or all\ of the method FIRST WEEK
equipped you have to go to your friends, rely published In this announcement will\ be awarded the NEW ENTRY BLANK
neighborstheir thisand havt them lub- 1964 FORD two-door sedan or cost The winner pays
Woe subscription to through nothing extra but must buy own license and pay the Cash and Vote CouponGOOD
7u. Should you fall to get subscriptions or If you .e1d'en5 ittt tales tax GOOD FOR 5,000 ENTRY VOTES "
BE to fiveS
SURE to contact FOR
ask every person you
The entrant finishing with the second! largest vote
aen4 you the Boo FREE VOTE COUPONS from his copyX
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 Votes The William GONDOLIER Lancaster, Contest Manger, ; '
t an early start will give you an opportunity to get the After the Ford and 500 prizes are awarded, the entrant This Coupon when accompanied by. 530 worth of subsrrtp Venice Fla
Mast volts for what dot; also the chance to set your residing out i 'ilk nf the city limit of Venice with
you
ends before someoneelse sees them. the next largest vote total will be awarded the $300 U.S. If lions returned Is WORTH In the FIRST S3.CO CASH WEEK and after 100,000 entering EXTRA the contest VOTES Date. ., .. .. ......._. 1884 .

i Ia get The biggest step toward winning the biggest prise the la SAVINGS BOND or its cost No....... ... Subscriptions at f 5.00 .... $... ......... Plea, enter the person whole name appears below
lint started early and do:ta: BEST WORK who during else l is After the $900 Savings Bond In awarded to some entrant No.....,.,.. !Subscriptions! at 110.011 .. ... S ........ In the $4.1100 CONTEST and send full detaUI:
I week entered Instead to see out of Venice. the entrant with the next largest vote ..........................................
going to enter. More votes and more cash can be earned! total! will I he awarded the NEW *29.95 FRIGIDAIRE: No.. ..... .. !Subscriptions! at 114.00 .. S ... .. ... Miss, Mr.. MI'I.
time.during In your FIRST WEEK OF ENTRY than at any other MOBILE DELUXE DISH WASHER: TOTAL .. ..... .. ... ..... ............ $3000 Street No or Route ......................................
fact wt pay you to get started toward wlnnlo'ring ......... .. .
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the first week you are entered, we will pay you The entrant having the next largest/ vote total will be Deduct $3.00 cash 100 Town ................. ....... .. .. .. Phone No...........
WM CASH and give 100000 EXTRA VOTES for each awarded the NEW $20993 GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR ... ....... .....
TURN IN at contest office 2700
? worth of ub cf'Ptton' turned In at the contestVotes CONDITIONERALL AI... ...... ... Do you have access to a e.r'.........

ettic issued a declining basis WHO ENTER AND DO NOT WIN PRIZES will Contestants Name .. .................................... Occupation ............................................... '.

The' contest la for divided subscriptions Into four are periods on Subscriptions be amount paid of!tin money percent turned(lu, i into C.1ti!their$ COMMISSION credit for new on and the Address .... ....... ......... ...... ............... Resident of .. .... .... .. ............. Town-Elistriet a
""cllft during the first period tarn four times aa many renewal subscriptions to The GONDOLIER. (Set Rule NOTE No limit to the number of these coupons a contestant NOTE: You can enter your name er that 0' a friend. Only I j I
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To The Editor: pictures, except those bought
ITEMBEll Of TUB ASSOCIATED PKIOM: MEMBFR OF Trig: FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION from Woody Thayer, as well
Mr. Morgan Luck Is out of as editing all the copy, laying "
Tho A.e4Nd Aar 10 .IaoI..1F ..tltIM Ie w fee p.....bl.......... ." an g..'_ dl.pntehr Sts ills,. bIS line when he asks: "Just who out ads, making up the dummy
r ram oth.l md.W. la this p.p..M aIM IoeaI publlsb" .b.rw AU rl.h. of l'OPubU..Ilo.at do the Venice teenagers think and 1v 1 tF la )1f i
.p.enl ......." ... aloo _.. the voters ) doing the page layout aq
? We are
they are assigning all 1
head ,
writing,
Tho m. .,d lr.l .dr.t.k..tw.t at Ible .ew.p.pr 10 ..rrtahird, end .Its rrpubHritlon b .>. of tomorrow, but we are still of gr
..._ .. stories and covering many r
pr..ly I ''''''"Id. n..pt by .m..Iota. .
young: enough to enjoy ourselves them, helping in the back shop

PnblliM. Tm "......., sad ", ......., From 11M4 B. Miami AmitM and handling all the duties that
'" Also, if we are not allowed to fall to a publisher, it
FAt A. Bond Ctu> Mitter Al Port Offlm At recta Florid normally
use the PUBLIC beach, just got to be too much for me.
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher what are we supposed to use? Many times I simply couldn'tget
Just who does Mr. Morgan the last picture finished
I. COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor
he
Luck think isT quite' in time to put them on
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor BETTY KELLY, the II a.m. Wednesday bus and

ROGER KILBY Mechanical Superintendent Senior, Venice High School. had to chase it to Sarasota at
60 to 80 miles an hour. Even
ft (EDITOR'S NOTE: (a)
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3 25 per six months, $2.75 Morgan Luck Is a she, not a though I kept a cot in my of.
fice to drop onto when I had to
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, $4.25 he. She's the wife of Dr. work late I often was unableto
Luther Luck. (b) Read Mrs. ,
per six months, $3 per three months. Luck's tongue-in-cheek letter use it after those frantic dt M r'

again; she took your chases and had to start right
side (c) Go right ahead and back to work when I returned.
beach It's official. The only thing that kept me
use the )
I The Little TheatreI going on such days was the \\\\4\\\1IIfm4e
)breakfasts that this same Mar f.
I
To The Editor garet Curwood so thoughtfully
brought in and put on my desk
I Venice Little Theatre h" |lust a small space. They were effectively I enjoyed your recent editor. while I shaved, and the know.

concluded I memorable four-night run of answered with a performance long to be sal about" "Margaret's Mon. ledge thtat everyone on the r a< i\ PitJ&
pier, more formally your staff was putting equal effort
"The Diary of Anne Frank." remembered.It Model K-150 dual-screen Klis- into our attempt to give Venice .

proved that there is sufficient ama chograph electronic engraver, a good newspaper. Still, it ?
It of superb actIng
was a masterpiece and the trouble had with it
teur talent of high calibre hereabouts and you finally became evident in 1959
tilled direction end artful set con audiences which besides recently I think, however, thatI that this bus-chasing methodof
appreciate something had better set the record handling pictures couldn't
struction. Many who have teen the >Kowperformed" the so-called sophisticated plays straight with reference to your continue and I began to look

by professionals acclaimed filled with sex, bilge and billingsgate. comment that there was a into what was then available in ky k
around the that
rumor shop the electronic engraving field.
VLT'i amateur production II equally as Even Broadway has proved this. "Soundof this German-made machinewas
To shorten what has already
better Music" and "The Music Man "liberated" in World War
in ,
good
some respects. among become
too I decided
Two. long a story, due to the fact that parenti
There were some who felt the locals others, have been smash hits without usingone against a Scanagraver or- come to pick up the students

had taken on more than they could handle cuss word or over exploitation of set As you so aptly put it, because of a rather fantastic and they pick them up in dd.
there is no truth to the rumor mixup involving the key to the School
with such t difficult production in such and the biological. furthermore, I have reason to men's washroom at the new High How ferent of places traffic., disrupting Bill Krueger tilt,
feel much affection for this
Fairchild plant on Long IslandI Jeff Kunkle and
machine and as those who ( won't go into that now) and have been, out Gent
Ii Hootenannies read the GONDOLIER duringthe chose the Klischograph It had Eddy policmt
Legalized the
traffic
the with object
01
15 I owned it will tell
I years been put on the market in Ger NewsBy the traffic out
getting as quick.ly
you, I don't lightly pass off many after the American ma.
I If the Venice City Council were to a hootenanny fan or not. At least it'i a even humorous remarks that chine made its debut and had ] and as smoothly as posubli
r to facilitate the busses' exit.
run for reelection today, and teenagers wholesome way for the kids to work off reflect on either people OR the advantage of being able to DIANE LEMIART and GENE EDDY' -.0-
things I adhere to. This includ several of
engrave on types
could rote, it would win by a landslide. some of their excess energy. es machinery, which after all, easily obtainable flat plastic Well, things are fine now, and almost back to normal. Excuse us please: The Ker.
And if don't at the is but reflection of man's intelligence said that they ette induction was held Feb 27,
you get enough a and on zinc, lead copper and Thursday, Feb. 20, eight teachers called in and
Council gained the favor of young. and ingenuity and is record of some kind, but not instead of the previous
beach, there's a fine program put on several other materials, including couldn't teach that day. This a
start, and a lot of oldsters as well, last each Monday night from 7 to 8.30 at progress. I don't mean that I old X-ray films The the type that makes a principal's heart pound with joy. A solution Thursday several complaints night. We and received wish to I
took offense to the editorial. members of the Future
American machine used onlya was found, though, and two of the
j weed<< by squelching a rhubarb over wHeth. the high school. The Monday evening It's just that since the questionof plastic material sold by the Teachers of America were called on to teach to help fill out the apologize for any inconvem-

er the beach pavilion could be used for musical, organized by David Corbett of where I got this machine, engraver's maker. This par. teaching roster not completelyfilled ence we may have caused any.
etc. has been raised I of their high-school years. body.
figureI'd
Sunday afternoon music>ma ing by the the school faculty, is sponsored by the ticular Klischograph was purchased by available substitutes.
better it and
answer once in August, 1959, from Anne MacDonald took over -
younger set. Keyette Club with members of the Folk for all. the Tribune of Kokomo, Ind, Mrs. Dunn's classes, French The school newspaper was

Go ahead and enjoy yourselves, council Singing Club contributing their talents.In To first lay that "war liheraLion" which in turn had bought it and art. Diane Lenhart subbedfor out Thursday and included in Dave's Diatribe

said in effect, that's what the beach this time of rising concern over rumor to rest, let it be eight! months earlier The publisher Miss Piercy, the girls'] phys. the issue was a follow-up of
noted that no electronic en. there told me it did high ed instructor. The students' the editorial published in our
(is for. juvenile delinquency, we can stand more gravers had been Invented quality work, but that anothernew cooperation with the student last edition. The editorial expressed (Continued from pare 4))

It was a wise decision, whether you're of this kind of thing, not less. or at least developed to the invention, the Swiss El. teachers and their behavior in concern about the emphasis test pilots from the First Ait
point of practical use in grama, would handle a plate those classes showed an excel. placed on sports rather Base, at ColombeylesBelleiFrance
Germany or anywhere else up twice as large and that this lent example of the caliber of than scholarship, and the up to an observation
. What Others to the time the war ended and capacity was needed by a people we have at the High recognition given the "foot balloon post at the lines. Wed
Say. for some years later. As you daily. Since a new Klischo School. ball hero" in comparison always wanted to go up in not

may remember, engineers graph then cost $12,000 and this with that given the student of the things instead of shooting
there and elsewhere were oc one was offered to at
me just
with an exceptionally high at it.
The problem presented by increasing a source of crucial within with Class started sellIng
unemployment cupied other, less peaceful over $3,000 I considered it a The Senior scholastic standing. This, of
automation wW- machine: of an aU that industry. But the telephone companiesnow matters during this period. In bargain despite its eight tickets last Monday, Feb. course, aroused much controversy The big its"sausage"cable was then tat-
at a
fact it until 24 to their annual play that is ging up
was not 1948 that ,
months of The fact thatit
most incredible adaptability replace the employ more people than ever be the first of these devices became has not required use. thana to be held at the Venice Little with both students and prettily, and it was our turn
human hand and' do with for. more faculty. The Tomahawk is Interested next time up. That turn didnt
many jobs a vast a reality and it was a half dozen service visits from Theatre Wednesday through in any views and wel
!instead
increase in efficiency and economy Automation, modern style, will create former American war contraCt Klischograph mechanics in the Saturday, March 4-7. The cast comes any and all letters that come. and Two started Fokkers diving came tnl
tor, Fairchild and Aviation for the "Mouse That Roared"has
confroafc tU Unfed States, 'and is a problems. It will demand difficult read Corp. of Engine Hagerstown, last five years and is turning been devoting three nightsa any individual may care to shooting incendiaries at the
out first class engravings for
source of concern: to industry labor wo- justments. There is not the slightest doubtof Md, that developed and you, when you have first class week to rehearsal, and things write on the, issue.Concerned concerning, their, views gas bag. Then as the winch began

Sons and government at aJ levels. flwrf. But the chances are that, in the marketed it under the name photos, is indication I was are really humming in the costume to haul the balloon down,
alt hell loose from the
.0- broke
The and
"Scanagraver. derived departments.
Without minimizing then problem 3rs long run, it will' make more jobs, higher- name right, and I still feel a sense props four anti aircraft batteries
I : from the fact that its of wonder when I see it speed. In charge of costumes are Pam with the
essential' that we take a loot i: at a 'W paid jobs and contribute to a higher electric eye "scanned" photos ily punch out engravings and Lee and Mary Boone. These traffic problem on the school around. AJ the two observers
as they revolved before it ona girls have their work cut out grounds after dismissal, the jumped and their chutes opened
facts and drew tome conch'-'onl bated. standard of living and working for us all. think of all the intricate, labor. t
drum and with a heated sty ous work with lights and for them, for they are responsible Student Council has been busy they were in a cloud ,
on then facts rather than $4... frightened To deliberately delay the progress of lus punched out an engraved chemicals, whirlers and pad. for making costumes for with plans to correct this situation white shrapnel smoke. Toe>

emotional! reaction expressed by some automation would be somewhat similar to replica on a plastic sheet revolving dlers, that was necessary some 30 actors who have to be Already having painted enemy planes got away, cur
t another dressed in clothes of the Medieval yellow in men got away, the beg f*
segments} of ow population.The seeing every American destroying his automobile on drum. Of under the old zing engraving stripes the senior
parochial interest is the fact and Modem times as parking lot the SC plans to away (with some bolesmend .It
American Economic Foundation and buying a horse and buggyto that the Sarasota Herald-Tri system.' But more important was the well. Mr. Mahar, the director, follow through with the Issuingof ) and we didn't get ow

says that: ". automation does not un- take its place. Automatic machines can bune was one of the first pa. fact that with it we had, for says that, all things considered, parking permits to students

employ labor, it redeploys labor" Ac.eerd'ing produce Wit than human beings can, pers in the nation to install a the first time, complete control he is pleased with the way that drive cars. In their last ride.The
Scanagraver, just as the GON of every step needed in things are going, and predicts meeting it was brought oyt by New York World's Wr
to accepted estimates, it goes thus lowering the cost of each Item pro DOLIER was the first paper in producing Venice's newspaper. a very funny play. We wish Charles Winters, head of the of 1964 marks the 300th w*

en, 18 million jobs were eliminated bymachines duced. For instance, consider what the Florida to install a K-150 Klis- Instead of having a picture the senior class good luck in Traffic Committee, that a ma. vrrsary of the use of the ail

in the 195040 period. Yet, in cosf of a handmade automobile would be chograph some 11 years later. deadline two days before the their last fund-raising venture jor part of the congestion is name

I960' there were 7 million more jobs then compered with+ the price tag on modem The out year was the the Scanagravercame same year our weekly Hoe issue rotary began press rolling(and the off w --

t there. heel been in 1950. So, automationnotwithstanding mats produced vehicles." Automation that I became owner of the GONDOLIER is still one of the SEE THE 1964 VENICEPARADE

25 million jobs wereueafed has made this possible. GONDOLIER. As a former few weeklies in the south with
OWl news picture caption desk Us own rotary, by the way),
that The of automation will .
10
during year period. progress perhaps chief and a former Milwaukee we could provide photo cover.
after all said and done be for the Journal assistant picture edi-
AanVxnetioH, is an agonizing experience age right up to press time
Is not new. ft ;is simply an advanced stage nation but the end result seems to tor, nothing would have pleased when need be. It was tile final OF HOMES
me more than to have been
tl the hduttrUI' revolution that began justify the agonizing transition period. It able to install such a machinefor step DOLIER toward self-sufficient making the GON not i

over a century ago with the introduction wit be da. building a new highway. One the GONDOLIER. But Ven only as a weekly, but mechanl.
el &e fin workable And ice had only a handful of residents cally able without major
steam engine. any
must put up with several I months of rough, then and the staff of the additions, to publish semiweekly .
here. are many specific examples where paper consisted of myself
bumpy dusty driving while construction my as you now are doing,
mechanization has made room for many wife and one printer, Howard and tri-weekly or even daily as
snore workers than it has eliminated. For Is enderwey 'in order to later enjoy a Briley, and even at that it was seems probable in the fairly

example, ft was widely feared that intro smooth, safe road. tough paying meeting for the the supplies payroll and we near saved future.me personally Also it probably from a p"

clucfe of the dial telephone wovld be -Naples, (Fla) Daily Newt HAD to have. So not only wasa breakdown. The
6
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Scanagraver out of the ques "Monster" Indeed. No other
tion, but we couldn't af ; Southern
even machine in your shop does so ,
ford running water In the photo much for the and '
IWl appearance
n Library ColumnBy darkroom polite languagefor appeal of your paper and has t4 Models Belle '
a broom closet under the needed so little maintenance
stairs with a blanket over the attention in return I suggestyou
door and had to do all news rename it "Margaret'sMarvel"
.. picture processing at night out
and bow down beforeit Y
B. LARZ NEWTON Here are some quotations we have enjoyed of buckets carried In from the at least once before every The The' The

Editor, FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY and noted in our own BARTLETT rear issue. It has certainly been one

THERE IS NO LOVE LOST BETWEENUS Blessed is he who expects nothing for We WERE fortunate In that of your most faithful mechanical Maljbu t
a time The Herald made j'
friends, just as it was mine. "
is a familiar quotation you will find in for he shall not be disappointed. many of our engravings on its Bleu gu@

DON QUIXOTE, in an Oliver Goldsmith -Alexander Pope.It machine through the invari PETE CONOVER, e
able courtesy of Dave Lindsay Former PublisheJl.P.S.Congratulations .
play, in the Correspondence of David is better to live right than to who had just become publisherof on /the n

Garrick who was the life-long friend of die, rich.-Samuel Johnson.It the paper his father had Ludlow. It was the one machine The

Dr. Samuel Johnson, and in a play by started after World War One I wanted and didn't get
is much easier to be critical I (
As Venice and our picture coverage around to buying. Another step Cardinal j
Henry Fielding who wrote TOM JONES. than to be correct.-Disraeli. grew, though, the load forward. The 'e

Clifton Fadiman: Today's Quotation is became too large to ask Daveto (EDITOR'S NOTE: The
6II
I not and other
am a politician my staf'fIF@
Tomorrow's Cliche. continue handling it for us. above Is acknowledged with
THE ONLY THING WE HAVE TO habits are good.-Artemus Ward. So for almost 10 years '. deep appreciation. From now 4:

People ask for criticism but they even after we had put up our on The Monster Is Marga
,
FEAR IS FEAR ITSELF. Of course Franklin own newspaper building with ret's Marvel but we reserve 1'I

Delano Roosevelt! But in John Bartlett'l only want praise complete darkroom facilities, the right to refrain from I

I FAMILIAR will discover -W. Somerset Maugham.. INCLUDING RUNNING WATER bowing down before graven
?QUOTATIONS you all of our pictures had Images). .-
that Thoreau wrote: Nothing Is So We are interested in others when to be made up two days before

Much To Be Feared As Fear. they are Interested in us.-Publiut. press time and sent to St. Pete '

In your Free Public Library you will We have all sufficient strength to to by be bus converted, marked for into cut zinc sizes en, Elferdlnk' of Osprey OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT

derive fun and enlightenment from BART. endure the misfortunes of others
gravings. I$10 ,OOO Liquidation Sale]
LETT. On the same reference shelf art -Rochefoucauld. This worked well enough fora

t i the OXFORD DICTIONARY OF QUOTA. Nothing succeeds like success since long I was time.personally But gradually taking,, UP TO 49% OFF EAST GATE ON E. VENICE AVE.

TIONS and others -Alexander Dumas processing and printing ail the -"' "M_' M" ,.' ''' '','.._ ._ ",. ._, ...._ ....J
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nyintadeish I TV Star, Writer Will Narrate I Botanist SpeaksAt Tanned And Healthy Lady Golfers


TalksjTampaMeet Caribbean Film Here ThursdayTelevision I


star Col. John D won an Academy Award for Garden Club In Schedules !
Craig, three-time nominee for his underwater photography Include Social Events

t Emmy awards for his ABC adventure "Over and Under the Caribbean" Miss Carol H. Beck of Se- I
Oetj program, will be in bring, a botanist with Florida I .
prize.winnlng Venice Thursday starts in Florida and That beautifully tanned woman .
to narrate his -
Mac- Park Services and Highlands r. .r-
framabst Archibald covers the Dry Tortugas, downtown late yesterday w.
saw
j film, "Over and Under the Hammock State Park, will be you ,..
"r.7.ddres. theFestival Caribbean." Grand Caymen, Haiti, the afternoon the one you
f The Virgin Islands and Bimini. guest speaker at the meetingof remarked looked so healthy I..
Florida
travelogue will"
1 be at Venice Garden Club Thursday
1 University of South Flor. Gulf was probably one_of the 64.
Theater
: and Sat- at 8 p.m. It Is at 10 a m. at Venice-No- enthusiastic n
Friday The 64 are the '
III Tampa the fifth In the Lyceum Fund Loomis Methodist Church fellowship ,
series sponsored by Optimist Country Store hall. members of the Lake VeniceWomen' (
/will fly in from his British win-" Club of Roberts Bay. Miss Beck will give an Illustrated Golf Assn. and certainly -
: in Antigua Craig is also author it was late afternoon you I
home of talk on "Wild Flowersof
d Indies to participate He "Danger Is My Business," a Attracts 700More Florida." saw her since they, for a fact,

1 make a talk and read from at Literary Guild book of the Hostesses for the day will" be were at the golf course duringthe

,orki Friday at 8 p.m. month selection. He also has than 700 persons attended Mesdames Ik W. Moomaw, early afternoon, whateverthe
Free
University Theatre Venice-Nokomis Woman' William Morgan, Alexander day.
public may be The club Is one which Is larg-
,ell for the Club one-day "Country Murphy, Everett Noland and
theatre box of- Esthers Of Venice except on the
the ely unpubliclzed
at '
awed Store" bazaar Wednesday at M, B. Paschal, chairman.
f" during the afternoons, the sports pages although they
club house and the stock
Will Meet At social
,i today through Friday.iicleish Home was cleaned out before closing have several large

'! has won both the Of Mrs. Floyd Neil time, Mrs Donald Stevenson, NARCE Meet events during the year and v "1w,.
to-
In
uer and Pulitzer prizes chairman, said. plan to have monthly get- tf
,"-r end his play "3. B." Mrs Floyd Neil of Sunrise She was assisted by Mrs. gethers from now on. .
two Tcny awards for the Drive, Nokomis, will be hostessto Walter Wolf as co-chairman. Called At PC Mrs. Emma Manning Is the
',play and best direction in the Esthete of Venice at a Afternoon hostesses were Mrs president, the fifth In the present
; social meeting at her home Lewis Hester, president, Mrs. District Leader Emerson club's six year history,
1{graduate of Yale, he holds Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. J. T. Blalock Mrs. Carl Hamilton Johnson has called a meetingof She was preceded by Mrs.
::0'ary degrees from many Assisting her will be Mesdames Mrs Arthur Laughlin and Retired Federal Civil Service James McPherron. Prior to

,tee, including Harvard, Ralph Anderson, Fred Mrs, Charles B Richmond. Employee at Port Charlotte their tours of duty, Mrs Guy
t ,mbia and Dartmouth. Borden and James Nixon. ---- _--- Thursday. The meeting will be Sipe, no longer here, was the
at the Port Charlotte Civic first president. Mrs. Edward
Party To Mark\ Assn. building on South Easy Buford was president in In
epublican Women Install Street I 1960 and Mrs A. A. Urankar

7th AnniversaryOf The District includes all retirees filled the office for two termsin
from Federal Civil Service 1961-62. R
New Officers Wednesday from Bradenton to Fort Mrs McPherron was first 1 wit
Safety ClubA Myers and including Bradenton president of the Venice Ladies '

or officers of the Venice. safety. Sarasota, Englewood, Ven- Golf Club, parent organization, i 1st"
.axis Republican Women's. Installing officer will be Mrs. theater party for elemen- ice, Port Charlotte and Fort which was formed at Venice
:
tary pupils of the South Coun- Country Club, no longer in ex-
will be installed at a Carl L. Hamilton retiring Myers Several officials of the
!i> will istence in 1955. When the Lake
the
10 p m. luncheon meeting president of the club. ty mark seventh anniversary State Federation of NARCE ,
of the Sheriffs Safety officer Venice Coif course was com-
at the Deckhouse, and a national are expected
Inesday Center Club. to attend. The meeting pleted in 1959 the club moved

'pan it. Margaret Busbey heads Kas-Mo Fla. Club Sheriff Ross Boyer and will begin about 1:30: p.m. there and changed its name
1964 elite of officers as Deputy C. N. (Cap) Stevens A covered dish luncheon will and format.
Other new officers will be hosts for the party be served at noon. Members, according to Mrs.
start Elects OfficersPORT Urankar are so in love with t
,
which is
Mrs Harry J Barker, vice expected to attract
the that they would be
about 600 game
,dent Mrs. William C. youngsters
second; vice president; CHARLOTTE The Announcement of the actual Jaycees Schedule on the course morning, noon

.e s.,liuiam Rudolph record- Kansas-Missouri Florida Clubof date of the Safety Club party' Talent Audition if and they night could., fair She weather is one or foul of a, FOUR PRESIDENTS of Lake Venice Mrs. Emma Manning, right, Is the Ineum.Women's j

: secretary; Mrs. Robert B. Port Charlotte-North Port will be made through the trio known in golf circles as Golf Assn., organized in 1959, who bent top officer They are, left to right Mrs.
wedge, corresponding secrev Charlotte elected officers at its schools Auditions for the Venice Jaycee the "Three Musketeers" (with are still here posed for a picture this week Buford ((1960)), Mrs. A. A, Urankar ((1961-62), 1
in the Civic Additional treats will be In series of afternoon
and Mrs, Kirkwood Tisch- February meeting Sunday Mrs. Olive Arnell and Mrs at the Lake Venice course, The first prestMrs.. James McPherson (1963) and Mrs Man-
Center. store for the kids, with the talent contests will be held at
treasurer, here Mrs. is longer in Venice ding. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Sam Dillon)
) dent Guy Sipe no
Danny Major, no longer ,
,jest speaker will be H. L. The new officers are M. E First National Bank of Venice 7:30: p,m. Thursday, March 5, whatever
former chairman of Streckenfiner, president; contributing "K now Your at Teen Haven youth center. who played the course
,
;ann heldat the obstacles when the week the rest of the time will sponsor monthly covered to Mrs Urankar. There are a
National Safety Council Claude E, Kean, first vice Presidents" and "Outer SpaceDialOMeters The contests are being a ,
expert in drivingES president; Dr. Abner Quin, second ." The dials are 2 p.m, every Sunday through back nine was being redone. being used for homework and dish suppers, after a mixed few in their 70's who play with
: an vice president; Muss Fran constructed so that informationis April. Proceeds will go to the "The only thing that keepsme other activities best ball foursome event during the group, and play well, she

cis M. Hill, cochairman for revealed in cutouts when Loveland School for Retarded away at all," she said, "is Mrs. McPherron is considered the afternoon. said.Members u
Meets Thursday North Port Charlotte; Mrs several arrows are lined up. Children the fact that my husband is the best of the players, Mrs. "Some of the women hope report the courseis

",pier 248, Order of the Violet A. Sansone, secretary; Radio station WAMR, in cooperation At least 20 more entrants are not a golfer and" baa a penchant Urankar said Her handicap is this will interest their husbandsin becoming more and more
,tern Star will meet Thurs- and Mrs Viola Lessard, treas with the Safety Club, being sought for the final series for eating. 13 and several other membersare the game. Certainly it is a crowded each year and whereas "
iii at the Masonic urer. will salute the youngsters by of contests. Persons Inter. According to friends, he eats running close to that. Those wonderful way to enjoy each they could get around the
p.m.
,pie on East Venice Ave. The next meeting will be tomorrow donating colorful red, white ested in auditioning may call well, for Mrs. Urankar is famous who have a handicap of 24 or other's company with the course in 1960-61 in two and
isituig! OES members are at the Port Charlotte and blue caps which will be 488.2589 or 488.2773 if unableto for her cooking. She restricts less are eligible to.play with families present," Mrs Urank- one-half hours now it takes almost .
ltd. Civic Center at 7:30: p.m. given out at the theater party, attend the Thursday tryouts her playing to four days the Mid.Gulf Women's Golf ar said. five.

I Assn. and 10 of the Lake Ven- The social schedule really Mrs. Manning Is assisted
ice members are in the other began when Mrs. Urankar was with her club duties this year I

I f HS SERVICE CLUB KEYETTES INDUCTS SEVEN NEW MEMBERS I association. The rest are working president. During her term of by Mrs. Ethel Bickel, vice-
hard to become eligible. office covered dish suppers president; Mrs. Jack Sebastian I
Once a year the club is host and "toddlers and teen's day" secretary and Mrs Cecil
I arerih Are Present > ess to the Mid-Gulf Assn madeup were initiated (with teen foursomes Reichard, treasurer. Committee
i1 of women golfers from Sun hunt for tots
a ball the I heads are. Mrs. Beatrice
t Formal Service City to Lake Venice. Also yearly and a weiner roast) and other Stewart, Mrs. Frank Belghey
a large invitational tournament events scheduled to include Mrs John Geiglev, Mrs Harold .
tires! members of Venice :t1 Is held with several other
husbands
and children Naegele: and Mrs. Harold
i School sophomore class
clubs invited. After 18 holes "When we get together In Beake.
Sire members of the Key. are played, prizes are awardedat cocktail and evening for
-i in formal induction servo a luncheon held in one of the gowns The group has one honorary
don't know each
parties we
life member Mrs Frankye
i it the community room of local restaurants.
other we are so used to seeIng -
-
Powell who
was organizer of
it Federal Savings and t
For the members, there is a
and in slacks,
being seen
,9 Assn. Thursday evening. 4 r' fir Hallowe'en event when the original club of 22 members
ee yearly skirts and shorts," Mrs. Ur I .
'"he girls, chosen for leader. members play in costume, anda ankar said.Weekly .
qualifications and scholas- Christmas luncheon at which
] tournaments with"
Handing, are Misses Bev club prizes are awarded. ,

toll, Louella Kirby Pam Beginning Sunday the group prizes members for the winners serving and as hostesses certain .1 EUerdink'a of Osprey
|fie, Janie Ridlon, Liz
are held in the 18.hole ( '
fft, Nancy Taylor and $100,000 Liquidation Sale
LegionnairesPlan division as a regular part of ,
use! Wise. .. the club's activities. Va TO 49% OFF
II tsa: Gayle Drehouse, presl-
Members in from
AnniversaryEnglewood range age
t. was in charge of the
the 30's to the 60's, according
"ting, attended by approxl- o j American Legion I
ely forty guest which anted will discuss plans for the 45th

parents, friends, KeyL .. .. -..- ., National Anniversary celebra
---- -- WAYS
L! members and Keyettes. YOU CAN SAVE
tion on March 16 at a business 3
kers were Miss Joy Lew. .
meeting today at 8 p m.
club sponsor, and Mrs. ;! Junior Vice-Commander Ernest On Auto Insurance

'Othy Gaynor, GONDOLIER q A s Thelin is chairman of the I 1. NEW LOW RATES
TOn'i Editor. Refreshments Al Er
will work
committee which" 2, SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
"I served after the
meeting
jointly with an auxiliary committee
.senior club members, in planning the celebration -
e club is sponsored by the Assisting Thelin will be
Club, which is in turn Charles E. Yale, Jay Fittingand -
lasted by Kiwanis. Club. William Haste.
members are chosen Clark Eccles, commander, AGENCY
"* I year by vote of thenbers FEDERAL4 will preside at the meeting. 116 W. Venice AvenueTelephone T *
>' on the basis of char.er ..r r 1-
service and mainten. Though the Chinese ruled all ea-2280 |

of a "B" average, of Viet Nam for 1,000 years, the
mice to VHS and the com- Vietnamese retained a remark
lily' is the club's purpose 'I able cultural unity and national 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
i Miss( Lewis said the club Identity
War has already exceeded
'I' Performances in
its proJ.]



1"jfy I.themselves from have either, or with completed some, _BRAND NEW KEYETTES, seven of them, are shown grouped They Gayle are Drehouse, left to,right Nancy, front Taylor: Misses and Louella Bev Carroll.Kirby, Back Liz Smith row,, FREE LECTUREON

tech: other groups, these around the club president, Miss Gayle Drehouse, at formal left to right: Misses Janie Ridlon, Denise Wise and Pam

.t( benches painting, acquiring the high a induction ceremonies for the seven VHS sophomores Tuesday. Payne. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) CHRISTIAN SCIENCESUBJECT

r:able stage for the school,
'I and a spring
winter
fall and
includes Tampa,
wring a movie, a bi-week- trlct which
ootenanny St. Petersburg, Palmetto and convention.
collecting
can-I
district conven-
1. toads for the needy at Sarasota. District meetings are I This year's it.
tion will be in St. Petersburgin Anyway you figure .
!odes, purchase of mlrI held three times a year:

for the Athletic Field rest Luncheon meetings during thellethodist'Vomen May. THE FINEST "Christian Science Reveals A New
1\1, cleaning and redecor- '
"I.the teachers lounge, Church Rummage \ WE'' nnMR
."wg when needed and as- I
,JlI civic and school events. Slated This WeekThe TO VENICE View of Man"LECTURER

|w organization is aiming Will Hold SaleA Women's Fellowship of r .: WAGON
I unified state group, so Venice United Church of Christ I IS WELCOME
.
loosely knit. The Venice, sale ,
b i. a member of the dis- rummage/ sale by Women's'Society will sponsor a rummage at 245 S. \ II'.f A visit from our hostess wilt make
and Friday
of
Thursday
of Christian Church Service will Tamiami Trail. Y ..I f jou feel at home, with her basket William M. Correll CSBOf
Grace Methodist contributing articlesfor of gifts and answers to questions ,
at Those
hristian Church be held March 7, beginning services and
Its
I W Venice Ave. the sale are requested to Y J about the city,
8 a.m., at 120 bring them to the building between facilities. Just tall Cleveland Ohio

o Hold Dinner Clothing for men, women and 1 and 4 p.m. Wednesday.Mrs. A -

children, household goods and Dorothy Miller and t- Member of The Board of lectureship of The Mother Church The First Church or
?e First Christian Church furnishings will be .displayed Mrs. Wilbur Barclay are Vlcotbt :
I Venice will have covered for sale, chairmen. Pick-up of large \ agon Christ Scientist, of Boston, Massachusetts:

I h, dinner immediately fol- Mrs. Arthur Swanson may be articles may be arranged by .
'ng> the worship service, called for further information.. calling Mrs. Barclay. /Phone 488.1 U4b PLACE
day,
March 8. 488.1771
e congregation at -' ------- ------U
meets ----
------
Church of Christ Scientist
Mason First
c Temple, East Ven- NEWCOMERS! ,
I Avenue, each Sunday at LOOK! April Special a. WELCOME

|I'j.1 110 S sm for for Sunday School Use this coupon to let us know: you'ri bars 600 West Venice Avenue Venice Florida

the morning wor- MacARTHUR HOTELON
P service O MW
j
THE BEACH ( TIVE


1st.- ; 14,500 enter The contest CONDORs you- 0 Private WEEKLY Room and RATE B..* with 3 Meal.K$40. Ao0Rfo CITY Sunday Afternoon March 8 At 3:30 P.M.

w IU to gain nothing to doubleREGISTER I Q Please haw the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me I

r e.or It Csts you nothing to en- single. D.p$65. O I would l like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I II f

see, I'.noneof the valuable IN MARCH I D I already subscribe to the GONDOLIER YOUR ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTENDTHE
you fall to win a Fill out coupon and mail to Circulation DepL I
,:ted you share In the esU- Ph. 488-5447 I ...." JI
1730 -
In cash bonuses and I ISAY
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THE GONDOLIER: r .....
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Mothers: Here "Chef" Louis Suter Creates Leap Year "ManCatcher" Fashions Shown I




Are Lunch MenusAt One Dish Shrimp RecipeThe Show PresentedAt


civic and organizational
1 1MI
background of today's contributor l

Area SchoolsThis to the GONDOLIER food r I Does LuncheonAnd

column, Louis Suter reads like 1

a Mr. Venice candidate record. yv >
tt.
IJytI
j week's menus at the orpi ,
Since coming here In 1944 I
area schools are published by from Washington D. C, to Card PartyA i *

the GONDOLIER, with the cooperation take over managership of pal '
of the lunchroom
Venezia Hotel until then <
manager open Year fashion show k
ated by his father, Suter has Leap r
The menus are subject to featuring eye-catching as well
served in civic
i change because of delivery numerous ca rrt as man-catching clothes was
e
.4 J: emergencies, the managers pacities.He presented at the Does luncheonand

n said I continued for two years card party Thursday at

Englewood Elementary School more as assistant to the U. S. Venice Gardens Recreation

Quartermaster General in the
"(lltOAI'. Center
J I Hot doe .. ..... Capitol at which time he resigned There were approximately
/..-.b.md.r. and took
over :year-
..aaarkraDtCairo I 175 guests at the event arranged -
round operation of his hotel
otI... by Mrs. Richard Sadey
I "-..... asks here.
e general chairman. A patriotic
Milk
ITEHDATlRoot Suter has served as Venice 1 iI motif was used in decorations

Bwaat! port I mayor and magistrate was 1"CHEF" : centerpieces on the cafe-slzo
PaUtMlGraaa with aptla ineai
'I DaanaCVtorr acting postmaster and servedon tables

I ...
TbMM fcufflnPhiMtppIt" the first city sewer board.. Mrs Ruth Sovereign was

'r Mil He also served four years on LOUIS SUTER commentator on the fashions

.. Milk the Governor's Highway Safety presented by The Cotton Fair. v
Wtn.NESDATlPrlxl
.. ehlrkM Council and as warden of the recipe below, to men who like I! Sports costumes and bathing

Maibad pataloaa. t...., Civil Service and Ground Ob- to cook but dislike the washingup suits ensembles and street

P-WIMa&.1I server Corps. He was first director afterward. It requires only and afternoon dresses in satin

e-4 0...... for the Sarasota County one utensil for preparation. brocade and other cotton

nil NIII RSDATlrhaeb Welfare Home for the Aged Skillet Shrimp finishes were shown as wellas

.atm ataakRloa and has chaired county drive 154 lb. frozen cleaned and jerseys, knits and orlon and

b and ....", for several groups.Active de-vcined shrimp dacron dresses.

Buttered aaJadMacaroni aarrotaCaWan In American Red 1 can water chestnuts, sliced -'
BI.wt.ADDI.rr' thin In the During the program a corsage DAYTIME SORCERY for the leap year Is shown by meal
Cross, he has served as chair- SPORTS OUTFITS guaranteed not to miss leap year and three-tier birthday
MdkPRIDAY man of Sarasota County Chap- 1 small can mushrooms hunt are the silk and linen three-piece outfit worn by Mrs. cake presented a to Mrs. 1 L. three costumes destined to help snag the unwary male Us!

I' '. ter and retired as director with 1 10 oz. package frozen peas Grace Langiere, left, and the two-piece swim suit modeled by was time member of to right, Mrs. Donald Heath wears a three-piece weskit rut!
P. Scott long
.'. 'bwa M elRurmrd .IUI_.arlr the maximum ten years aervce. 1 tbs. soy sauce Mrs. Victor Retty Jr. The show was presented at the Does the Mrs. John Artman a silk shift and Mrs Richard Sadejr i

S,h,._ ....... 1 tbs cornstarch Luncheon and card party with Mr. Frank Sovereign commenting group striped sharkskin Jersey.
Wb... mufflaKokomls 3 tbs. salad oil on The Cotton Fair fashions, Show models were Thelma (GONDOLIER PHOTOS by Bob Obendorf!)
.
P-eha He has been president and Mary Lou Rctty,
Put oil in skillet, add shrimpand Hamman
PMdk held other offices in All States cook) until shrimp turn pink Adelaide Mueller Mae Wrede

Hub, Venice Art Assn., Venice and curl. Add mushrooms and Grace Langierl Mary Balr, V-N Presbyterian Circles

School Little League, Duplicate chestnuts plus their liquid, Helen Raymond, Lillian Art-
Overbrook Gardens
MONDAY' Bridge dub 32nd Degree
and peas. Cook until peas are man, Betty Sadey Martha
Spaibattl wlUI
Bottarad p. MI aaaaa Masons Club Tampa Scottish tender. Add soy sauce and Gossman and Alene Webram. Will Have Meeting TuesdayThe

Rtaamad.. bM oabbanRolM rolfcApplaaauaa Gourmet Rite Masons, Rotary Venice Club, cornstarch to thicken. I By MARY E. KROUPA There were 52 table and door)
Club Area
Serve with fluffy rice. Serves prizes. Door) prizes went to Circles of VeniceNokomis Circles Two and
Milk Hotel, Motel and Apt. Assn. four. Mrs M. L. Townsend few to St. Louis Sunday to be with Galloway Six 1IiI
TVEHDATlBnllad and Mesdames Fern Presbyterian Women of meet Jointly at 10 a.m. at Fl
SPBSQSA. He is *
now a her niece Miss Kathleen Poindexter of Daytona Beach. Miss
bear wttti kamMl Ruth Sanford Lore Spilman will meet Tuesday. Ida Pines Mobile
..d prom rid tate director In the American Poindexter went to St. Louis to Barnes Hospital to have an open Thomas Barrett the Church Court tbmunlty
Sniffed aalar ., Hotel and Motel Assn. and a I I Lena Kelly Circle One will meet at 10 center. Mrs. Cnn]
? ik pianul trcttar GOP's heart operation. Mrs. Townsend called her husband, Dr. M. L. Kester
1/' Englewood Lena Lewis Peggy home of Mrs. Lewis Gleason will be the
anonMunkn.l trustee and board member oleniceN Townsend Monday evening to report Miss Poindexter had the a.m. at the hosts .
o k o m 1. Methodist operation and was doing fine. Henry Baukat, C. M Meisner Eaton of 102 Park Blvd. N. The co-hostesses will be Mn.
WCIIVE8DATI Church. Meet TomorrowTo -0- nurse's training at the Blod- Eva Milk and Frank Dalglelsh Mrs. Mark Even will be the Robert Caudle and Mn. Hilton\

I Special' aafloVfehHuturtd gett Memorial hospital In Assisting Mrs. Sadey with co-hostess Mrs. Corrie Graft Ridlon. Miss Kate Huntemu
Suter also has
In Jacket served as Dlsrlct Mr.
potau Mrs Edwin 0. Tan
Unit and
Buttered Is... .Lrrreh Commissioner of the Organize Grand Rapids and will graduate arrangements were Mesdames will give the Bible study will give the Bible study
Boy nehill of St. Paris Ohio
are
aebbI- in September. She is on Mueller Baukat Artman Circle Three will
Milk Scouts of America and plays Charlotte County Republican in of Mr meet it
living an apartment
I her month's vacation and will Harold Gavreau, D. M. Goss Mason 1-30 at the Venice
TBI lUfDATlPVM first violin with Venice Civic Meeting : p m. Gait
leaders will be present at an and Mrs. Joseph Machacek on
; .h''...* Orchestra. be a houseguest of Mr and man Scott Hoke Bowden, dens home of Mrs. A. JLnufek .
Englewood meeting tomorrowat 'enisota Road in Manasota
Cranbarrr aaaaaTomato Mrs. Smith. Charles Reiter Ward Baier. of 107
RioToaiUil tataa Cooking) has long been a hobby 8 p.m. at Englewood Savings Gardens. This Is the eighth Eric Johnson and Don WilsonMrs Slated TonightThe Mrs. George Churcher Juniper will Drivt

R.tt_ .prep .... > of his and he especially and Loan Assn to assist year Mr and Mrs. Tannehil Mr. and Mrs Oscar Peter. regular meeting of VenIce bi
In co-hostess. Mrs. Edna
Fn'ted 1.1Ia recommends the Skillet In organization of a Republican have been coming to Englewood Ralph Anderson was Brod--
Shrimp Lodge Free and Accepted
son of Elmhurst 111 arrived 301
,
and head will the
charge of the card party give Bible Italy
Silkd Unit in the Charlotte Countyarea to live during the winter
Masons will be held athe
Monday evening to be house-
CutlerJr. Circle Four will
Mrs. Samuel
prizes and meet .t
PRISSY of Englewood. months They have made
t efcM" .........* Venice Elementary: School County Chairman Donald friends and they love it here many in guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph had charge of ticket sales. Masonic Temple on East noon at the home of Mn
Bvlnaell Robbins for a few days this Venice Avenue tonight at 8
........ whol bond on MONDAY. Fisher.' Vlce ''B.,,_ Hot t-t. h. Mrs. Richard Ackerman WIll
applea I Catherine Travis and County abode in Manasota Gardens
Milk Park b..... -a- Refreshments will be served the Bible
airy Stl. finance Officer Marvin Hemp. Mr and Mrs Wilford Pierce Venice East following the meeting and Worshipful give study
Appla 100d000A..b..1a Circle Five will meet at 1 1X
field will be
Venice Junlor.Senior present.
Mr and Mr.. Edward O
returned to their home in Zion, George R Collett Jr.,
at the home Mrs.
of Herbert
High School Milk Purpose of the group will be Smith of 1994 Greenlawn Dr. III, Monday They have been master invites all Master p.m.
BOND\ AT I TVERDATlPoorbora to provide a medium of discus- visited with Mr and Mrs Walker Municipal Trailer
houseguests of Masons to attend.
Hot donPouu ......... eo h- aim of political issues and to Mr. and Mrs Contest NearThe Court. Mrs. Melvin Clevenja
Ralph Miller in St.
.. Petersburg Welsey Bennett Allen
eklra 0.. b. petrrsuttw.d on Street will be the co-hostess and tin
further the of the
Bmtand._ bnema cause traditional uesday. the few
Cote alarnlt 0...... _.. two-party system in -0- they past went over weeks to While the here east town's buzzin', cousin Miss Hennis Returns Bernard Bishop will live t the

Milk aoektall Chooalatt pddlaMik America organizers said. Mrs. Byron P. Richardson Is coast to do some sightseeing uzzln' with the big news about Miss Bonnie Hennis, tormer Bible study.Circle .

TIESDATtHrana "'ERNEBDATtMM AU Republicans in the area confined to her home with thenu before returning home.A the contest March 8 to select Venice area resident who mov. Seven will meet it I I

and and tomatoaaSpinach tiamRica MulwdOrm Loaf p.0.krG. i are invited. We do hope she will feel i i Irs. Venice East. ed to Daytona Beach in 1962 pm. at the home of 111

B..... .and J.bro. pleM kaita ...... I better soon family fellowship dinner There's still plenty of time to has returned to Venice. George Youngberg Jr. of KK

( bawd llilood 1oe.t_ Jon -0- will be held at the Assembly let in the competition but don't She is now a counselor at Menender. Mrs. Richard Doui
A.I. 5.WBrwd Harden
Milk .d .terror Makes Mr and Mrs Edward G of God Church in Venice Mon. wait too long. Entry blanks Gulf Pines Memorial Park. na will give the Bible study

WEPNESDATlBarbaraad ahlekx Milk RIT's Dean's List Smith of Greenlawn Drive day March 2. For entertainment available at the Venice Chamber While living here two years All women Interested fe

G.,..be.. .. .IUI p. rauRSatn frla ........ went to Sarasota Wednesday Rev. Byron P. Richardson of Commerce Beall's Department ago she was associated with Presbyterian fellowship are IJIo
!
Word has been to meet Mrs. Smith's grandniece will Store or Publix
Fruit en* Rloa aad rr received put on a show of Sarasota Memorial HospitaL vited.
Brrad aid kW_ Tow aalad from Rochester (N.Y.) Institute Miss Marilyn K. Jones, I magic. Mr. Richardson is an Market In the Venice Shopping

THl Milk HSDATl, Frelt Appla...11__...-. 5.5 of Technology that Jon who flew in from Grand Rap. officer of the International Center, must be mailed before I

Pork and .. rla Rod, a4 butte Harden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ids, Mich. Miss Jones is in Brotherhood of Magicians.: March S. Venice Area Church Directory

Ruuiad CafcbanBvUftrvd CarrotaCraabarrr : rRJDATlMacaroni Milk William H Harden of Hudson -- Mrs Venice East will go to ,

...... itiaia Road, made the dean's list for Miami to compete for the VTNICB ASSEMBLY or GOD VETENTR BAT ADVENTIST

Hot rolla nt Jnr Hard aaokad. .....f_ the fall quarter. Library Acquires New Books Mrs. Florida" title If successful Vanlaa' Brown at HrrUa A_.. Persons Trait. H ..I. aa4 rf MNokoBla SRe.
MilkntlDATl r-. .b lad Jon 1962 graduate of Venice Victor Manrloa, Paak Fla.Pailor. .
the
,...... tenelp ..- a there, she'll go to Reads School ICiOO, ..., L Cant
A.wlm Pin.Porn. Met Mix High School, is a first year For 25th annual Mrs. America pageant Mornlnt' Woranlp. 11 tM a.m.rBNICBNOKOMIS ftrrfcOTt SatnrrfaT.iMoria tan.... 5 a
. Light Serious
.pw.fetwe. i.k.ras..4 Hot roll ud, batter) HrBrwl student in KIT'S School) of ReadingNonfiction to be held April 2 through _nins 5M.... .Itea ... Frarar Sarrtoaal T tlO TuadW rmt'*
W.4nrdw P wa MmJas. .100 p."
Milk Printing. In
te.4er 12 In St. Petersburg conjunction -

New titles of adult books,] and reference with the Festival of NORTH PORT CBARUrmCHURCHES

both fiction and non-fiction,I books Include: 'Nefertitl a States RMITBODI8'r

have been added to the Venice Biography of the World's Moat State title holders and their aha. Aranoa Pohl_..... 4M4MI FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CBT (*
John Lank Jonai, ,...... Community OntarPr
Free Public Library collectionduring Mysterious Queen" by Wells; husbands will receive a free I Worahlp ...._. ,,10 .-.. aad II Tarranf* J. Pota_.. Mrkm!
the past week. I "Dorothy and Red" by Sheean, trip to St. Petersburg where ..... Siindar II r50 ..r. Wen iCaildraaa e'rcbh
The fiction I kbm1, 1111 .... ClaM boW a1raWM.U.4I. -
works
"Indo" "Let's
are Fish Guide
I a to Fresh they will stay at the posh Yoalll PsI1eh/p, hlO ... .1.. AdultTRINITY s.nk
4j H't ,. 4ej s by Hahn "To the Far Mounains" -, and Salt Water" by Zarchy, Serene Hotel and enjoy specIal .

; fd by Ovecholser: "New "How to Organize and Operatea membership privileges at IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCA mjTHODIST CHTJK

Moon with the Old" by Smith; Small Business" by Kelley; both the Sunset Golf and Country 100 & T.ml.ml Tr.. +l LH1/5 Community Cntr
I Paator Tha Rar CnarlM L
Rowa .
Smoking Mountain" by "Everlasting South" by Sim- Clubs and the exclusive Chanh: SVhooli till am.Wonhlpt AKa A. Soldo. Mu, '." .*.*

i Boyle;; "House That Tai Minguilt" I kins "Horses, Their Selection, Bath Club. lui a.m. and 10110.... SiuuUr 1141 a.Wotahlr. n
by Lee; "Spy Who Care and
Handling" by Self,
Mrs. America of 1964 will LASESIDB MISSION
Came In From the Cold" LUTHERAN: CHTJRCH EPISCOPAL
by "Lyndon Johnson Story" by win a week's vacation for her. 4 _I. South .. U S. 41 Al RMO! Bama
Le Carte "On Her Majesty's Mooney "Confessions of an self and her husband the TJa _. MaMn !L II./.., 411100rose Mad**. VWr.Saadar .
Secret Service" by Fleming, on Wanhlp Sarrliaa, lOilO .... .... Wofalu. a.."
Man" '| 4..i "Shadow of Advertising by Ogilvy Caribbean island if. Curacao, a Sandw" ....... I ill ..*. >
a. a Tiger" by Davis, "Child In the Glass Ball" by complete fashion wardrobe Blbla aaiaaa till, ....
A 0. "Second Wife" by Mayer, Junker, "New Complete Bookof FWST BAPTIST CUM
from nationally famous Hess's
y "Venetian Affair" H. BlaeairM BM.
by Macln- J'IRBT CHURCA
Flower .
1 Arrangement" by Department Store, in Allen- : TICIWIT. Tka .-. Cbarlaa B. pOb..weel
and
T"qY 'dP rrw ,1 J,0u net Cadell."Come Be My Guest"by Rockwell "Hong Kong Surge own, Pa., and other gifts. "'.. Vanlaa. A_'" Bwdwt 1e/ae.YM .. .......
on"
Li
by Shu-fan, "How to Wsd
Also "Wind From the Caro- Stop Smoking In Five Days" YOU may be the nation's Sunday 1IonJ.o.;; II150 ill{ar. = ':

IfAAd .X eZi9.I II nas1' by Wilder "Richmond by McFarland "Latin America top homemaker. Only requirements Siiadar School, 11 ..? Fe. N_
ply' Wadnaadar. I ...
Raid" that excell In G.rdwadn.d.
by Buck. "Witch's : World in Revolution" by are you Raadln Roomi; 10 ask 4 p... "dy .,Td0, Tf50p p ., .
,dr xi ', Hou.. by Armstrong; "False, Beals, "Stretching Their the homemaklng arts and must :capt Btindara and llIwa: u d FrWr or 1e..1ea _
Colours" have poise and atanlnn ham f to
w Y y by Meyer "Run Mea Minds" by Fine, "Comolete personality

River" by Giles "Sing For Peace Corps Guide" by Hoopesand good grooming. GRACE METHODIST CHXTRCHOornar cauBCli or TI NAUuNI

Your Supper" by Frankau, "Autoblograph of a Yogi" of Ctald and Datla. SaaUl Vaaloa A
i d r "Last Raider" by Reeman, by Yogananda. Ba.. Mllai DaPaitar. ;.rf Cart dsos..50'i'
t Maulever Hall" DDE Card Wanhlp Bvrtoa 1,10, .... a M "
by Party
l> 9d Hodge, Also "Gettysburg- Long Hunter School hit, ..... Phonal 484001.
"Of Good and Evil" by Gann, Wanbl .... suede tetual.. ,W a.m.Horrla
tM ,jS f bI "Land Breakers" by Ehle Encampment" by McLaughlin, Set For M T. P. Barrtoa lioo, p..UiOo. "'.......... 10SI ..*
"Overland Journey" by Gree- ThursdayHMS atud Youth 1enl.alw ""
"Long Shore" Bible ,, Till p., Wadna iar. : .
"Professor by Langfus, ley, "On Safari" by Denis, Emlai Sarrtna TiM MaHlM. tNM.

Stewart Descending": by "Hidden Heart of Baja" by Phoebe Chapter, Daughters CATHOLIC Wadnatdar Prayat _

"Savage Place" by Gardner "Homestudy Course of the British Empire will CHURCH OF TH* EPIPHANYortb. REIORNECAYDDeres
Slaughter, "Fool-Be Still" by for Civil be hostesses RakerDtM and Sataaau (traat CALVARY
Service
Jobs" by > at a card party Talavbonat 4e -nil OYEN1Ca
I Hurst "Bitter
Iron"
1t by Young, Turner "Television and Radio Thursday at 1:30: pm. at the R. IU*. Man Gaona W. Oanmmai, 101 Norm Baora DrhaT1a ...
"Enchantress" by Bolton and Putor fca.. Frank J. Shaarar. fBtinda
Repairing" by Markus "Afri community room of Sarasota Sunday .._ ....
Wagons West" .WintaiaVbadnla erbm"w
by White. ) *
Everyone )li looting for ways to uve money on tiro.. s can Creeks I Have Been Up"by Federal Savings and Loan liM a.m. OtOO a-ia. a-m. Hornlnf Warahlpl' 5IN ai
Spencer "Furniture Finishing Seen!' Confmalonat; Batarday :iOIO..S: Canununltr H.::.inalii l 11N MST.
their. home. With low servIce low
4 new a charge, .m. and TiM u StW ....

Interett rate end a Modern Open-End Mortgage, Decoration and Patching"by Party hostesses will be Mrs. RAPHAEL'SOF
ElferdlDk' of Osprey Pattou, "Modern History of Eugene Mahon, Mrs. William VENICE-NOKOMIS PRESBYTERIAN ONOIL0D

Sarasota Federal can save you money on your Ft Japan" by Beasley, "Mathe Retallick and Mrs. Alex Gait. CHURCH W. Oa a*"
I $100,000 Liquidation Sale ] matins Mlnbtarl D..W A. BowUa. Kb R.. Y.. flaorw
t home financing now end for years to come. When ;: for the Millions" by Reservations and cancella- 4t ii,. aialu, Vantaa PaatorRnndar .
UP TO 49% OFF Hogben, "Art Through the lons be Talaphonat\ 455.5 a HaM Sr9 .- .
.; you find the home of your choice, atop In end 1 Ages" by Gardner and "Crea Mrs. may made by calling KiraoVy Schcoh. Ii4l .... Holfdar Hum ,.00 ...
y'"E George Key not later than MEVANOXUCAL -
Wanhlp Melees Caafiaahma; Baton
Sundayt IM _
: a.m.
learn how our home financing experts can help tive Hobbles" by Zarchy. Wednesday allawablp H.lll u a-aw. Gads Baaa.taarp .

cosGREcATIoNAGCNRIFRAS
you lave money RLFOa11fa
AND
SAINT MAR '" EPISCOPAL CHURCH Tha .... t Robart CaH 'fcMlnlatar ,.<
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Manasota Key Group Rlolara' M Sorraata t *

SARASOTA X2LA1L rid __ Donla Daaa Pattano*, BactecT.IO 5"_ Mss hald t s5.P rwW -, U
Will -a....., a-__ Vn.... G...... Rawaatlaa CaaW.m.
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY Elect OfficersOfficers .... Holy Vmanmkm. .. Sondara j alChardi
PiOO .... Family Wonhlp Maralnt Sckool savings and loan association TRADITIONALI and directors Prayar t th. ** <* *!
will be
111* .... Adult I 5R,4,5amdp rid4mR.._ Cantor "Adult tw jt
us style your favorite vase elected at a meeting of Mana- Chuiab School : .::: a* Cant.; **JT H-

VENICE or ceramic Into beautiful lamps ota Key Assn. Inc. Wednesday lit .... Moralnf Prayar aa4 aY.wr.LOl.erid.s '"" ... usm
........ .
O at 2:30: p.m. at the Club Houseat a _
Tamiami Trail
1 446 So. e Rewkln s Rtrtytlng Early Wynn's Steak House. ":
e All hemp flat BAPTIST CHURCH OF VtNlCI SOUTH VINICB BAPTIST f.1JI
STICKNEY POINT Repairs Residents and property own. Richard S Lfeyd. Fmtor arrta or OM uw. .
DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE ers who live in the from J-ind.y Srhaol. Ii4l a.. KM Anknr M. Blow *
I, 1718 Main Street So. Trail at Bee Ridge Rd. So. Trail at I Work by Experienced Designer end Manasota Key bridge area Wanhlp t:::. 11 lOO a.ak south
Stlckney Point Rd. Craftsmen to .. . Swrka at wenhle 11.N *
the Sarasota County line are Evanlnt;' larHoa. tilo p.m. ---. -----
Invited to attend this meeting Wdord.. p...,, M' tl ,. ,,'8 ..n. VBHI01 araLil) CHD**
YOUR 1964 DESK CALENDARS ARE AVAILABLE THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
( .. and become association memo lasT CHRISTIAN roe S. Tanlaml TraODM rfI1I
PICK ONE UP AT THE OFFICE NEAREST YOU j hers CHURCH Ua' B. F' Rlahara-a.
i I 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA M mik T'21,' 1"" ? CT.lit /udw sea..L '' S..' "JI...
Robert M. ?!; W Y.nln AMI .. smut. R..ming f.r I A
Wright is .
[ '. :;1.'II"r.J." : ; I'n""" .hI: 11 man of the chair- .!::. "h -, G. y, pt Pore m5 Bnk .t...... 1N W
group a.
w1'aya
'W' w.4n555wMhiq ta out ar.

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PAGE NINE
y MARCH J THE GONDOLIER


r



Top Records f .



Compiled by Rona Sear
of Gilbert Youth Service

The new spark of life to the record industry The Beatles, I Il

are Hill in the lend with thci jolly tood hits "I Want
To Hold Your Hand and fahe Loves You" Another blii-K

buster by the boys from Liverpool, Pleuse, Please Me ha*

oared into the No, 6 pot on out surves'.
The Four Seasons may want "Dawn" to go away, but the

teen-ager* lure don't, They've selected It as the No 2 song
in the nation' Another t favorite i Navy Blue 1 ," by Diane i Re
nay climbed from No. 20 to No 7 '.You Don t Own Me by

Lesley Gore Is third, and "Java" by Al Hirt is fourth
New Additions: Back on the charts again are Sam Cooke
with Good News..' end Sammy Davis Jr, in his incomparable
style, with The Shelter Of Your Arms" Also making
their first appearance are "I Love You More and More

Every Day," by Al Martmo, and Who Do You Love by the

Saphires
YYYRhAWNw Sucmfwjp cmfwyp cmfwyp cmfwyp mfwf

I N. EVIDeNCE that Venice\ Wei- in concrete by city employes] When complel, Pick Hit of the Week: Jack Jone end his offering, from

| and louru from both north ed IE tor this week, the new sign will be backed the movie of the same name, Love With The Proper
r w.Ih a solid hedge of greenery and set off.. Stranger"
new!" en' :led at the
I r j this Ilgn. b) colorful flowering plants it the base His Ihls Last Two Weeks on l
IlL Letter for the ngn. 'le,t I lr. ited just south of the entrance to the Week Meek Weeks fonr; and Recording Artist The List
f uncilVtoman Blanche J. C I,'sr Muni ipal Trailer] Park
I in department w"r.. r. .jit (GONDOLIER PHOTO h> Boh Ohl'nrlorf) 1 1 1 "I Want to Hold Your Hand and
1 --- -. --- She Love You" Beatles .. .. .. 6/5 a. y13ETTERLOOKING- -- Badger
2 3 18 Dawn (Go Away" BEATLES are these sari Capasso, Janle Tamer and Sandy
ABOUT ENGLEWOOD
h
to
Four Seasons . ... ..... ... 3 representatives of the female of the species, Ball) participant are requf Don Own Me" Venice who as the "Beatle Bugs'! their beetle hair.do* Hour will be from 8pm
3 2 2 You four girls will I
I Haley Report Lesley Gore ( will make their first appearance on March 7 until midnight: Also entertaining

Banging It Out 5 8 < Java' Al Hirt; :: :: .... :: :: 4 at the Teen Haven Beatle Ball Theyoung be the Chevelles, ObendorO

A. HALEY 5 9 IS California Sun' Riviera .. 3 vocalists are left to right, Cindy Hen e. Su (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bon
ByIlEP. JAMES 8 Please, Please Me' Beatles 1 -

', re'!ntly have heard 7 20 'Navy Blue' Oiane Renay... 2 NPC Heart Fund Drive Nears End II

." the w.,vi were being With Pat Bang 8 13 17 Slop and Think It Over' Adams Pays Visit
,,M for launching the tax Dale It Grace . . ... 3 ; NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE Hellig Mr*. Viola Peterson
i'wcd! Mve-.body, I great deal 9 10 U Talking About My Baby"Impressions -Many of the resident of Mrs Arthur Brigham Mrs.
.' : some rather un The Friends of The Library of Englewood- Inc, had an open .. . .... .. 5 1 1 :North Port Charlotte have opened Neil Mackay Mrs Edward
,r t. ,< from d sources about fed house last Sunday at the Elsie Quirk Library This occassion 10 4 5 Um, Um, Um, Um, Um Um Van Orsdale Area their hearts and their Frank Mrs Oliver McShanofi,

,r-; m responsibility The was in honor of the new addition to the building made possible Major Lance .. .. .. .... tU to contribute to the < Mrs Lillian Davidson, Mrs
rr fi;; 'I 1 of big new spend by the commissioners of Sarasota County Book circulation has 18 'See The Funny Little Clown" i Heart purses Fund this month Miss Gertrude Walker and MI*

,ponent' $ have been being Increased! each, year, with a high of S.014 In January A total of Bobby Goldsboro . .. .... 2 Ann Hardwlck, chairman of Evelyn Maloney,
,' ore !,1ms books been with 114 others for the Cooke . 1 Chief 1
indeed while the bill. 46 gift have processed, along 12 Good News Sam Campaign the fund drive here, says it is
!'Y a (" tax cut was on, month and the volunteer hours 13 18 19 'I Only Want To Be With You nearing completion and we ,

h f f.r tve tax cut has I numbered 97, Mrs Eloise Meder, India, Dusty Springfield . . 3 Tom Adams I should know very loon now
I'M r'w tint the I The Group Discussion" 14 8 4 Little Cobra' Rip Chords T Secretary of State of
Hey amount contributions -
Mrs Janet Pel yon of Cape just the exact
i all Intents and pur- .. .' . 6 candidate for re election Home Burns
'r JIM I rush open to the public meet the Haze, China; Mrs Lucille 15 7 8 For You Rick Nelson a made from the area
'n.. a -!Hy the gold last Thursday of the month at Linn The Semiole Indians; 18 8 9 What kind of Fool (Do You tea this cabinet"post., The ladies working on this I
J son .n' not the old fashM 7:30: p,mMr Hart Import House Israel Think I Am)" Tsms .. .. 5 what he called a non politicul .- are Mrs Viola Lassard, Mrs LAUREL The frame build,
then
i of courie. but -o- I The Mrs Schellhassa, Yale 17 U 3 Out of ImitV" Mirkett .. 7 visit to Venire W ednesday' Florence Shidler, Mr*. Dorothy ing occupied by the Will Hoilenquest -
'
federal know
.. tr.;t leads to the Flora Wilson from < Sterns and others were in costume 18 "I Love Vou More and More Every Adams: said, We don t Wangenstein, Mrs Paul family was destroyed

i it:sury Brandenburg Kv. had an art 1 Mrs Boyd Lipett and Dny Al Mi mo 1 just what the political problems bv fire in the Laurel Quarter
For 'ance as I write this exhibit Monday Feb 24 at Englewood Mrs Schroeder are cochairmen 19 The Sh let of Your Arms'Samm if any will be friends I am of state on problems! The building Wal owned by the .
old retary
in Wash . I happy to meet my
1, I're Umbled Savings & Loan There of the exhibits Mrs Dr' s Jr ," and activities in the county Johnson Chapel] Church
, ,n hint called the Uri were several pietures in oil. as I I.inn, The Semmole Indians; 20 Who Do y.ru. Love -:- Saphires 1 1I t"-:c and to make new ones Civic leader The Union Volunteer Fire
M' i s Transportation well as water color and ink "an Orsdale Named
JI I Frank Babucz and Mrs Frank I I Dept of Nokomis responded
fitted
Oridale] is well
L mmittee. This I is an sketches. Local subjects in Rowdier are chairmen for The secretary was introduced Van to the call when it .,
in promptly
TranXE Van for the task shead Active .
f i le American of them to Venetians by Ray
\ .1 : many the "SilerTea"A received but the flame
I and civic affairs, he is a past presl was
,:.. h has a member Oisdale insurance man
JJ. < I Mr. Wilton studied at the -0- Venice Junior had made too much headwayby
J. 'I of 0 >f the ration s 1,200T Art Center in Louisulle and Vcnke campaign! chairman for dent of the and the time their truck arrived
, ind its purpose in now has her paintings hung in I tea and fashion dhow was the campaign or Chamber of Commerce Chuck Mmtle a volunteer
I :: tondtn state director
. here is to get thee held at the Methodist Church 'I informal coffee currently serves as
. station at
1 Louisville ( in the
museums in and fireman, was
.sve a mass Iran this past weekend. Tea was F Sherman's Wharf of the Jaycees
r ; ,>pr at the call wa* rccelv'cd -
Mr!*. Wilson has been called of Venice Area Association i the time
served bv the Methodist- Ladies' president
l'l.'1 I ,. Van Or dale will
id The
f Ilk Adams $ and sped to the fire
of of
out town the death
1at by a Cncles The model* were Mrs I of Insurance Agents
Inthlll group is his (,impaign activl I UVFD remained I ',he scene
. :e sister, but the exhibit was Vera M,Her, Mi'* Dot tie Davis supervise forthcoming At the time of his visit here I 1
innocent
, 1 seem* ties dunn the than an hour .. aI
? for more
( shown She Is the sister m-law Mrs. Pat DAVIS Mr, Harriet no one had indicated a desire
embodied in the He w l o nerve on the flarnW
.
1. .r of Mr*. Jessie BlakeinanMr Ives and Mrs Jean HancoekThe .Ic'tj.m In his bid for I precaution against
..1 I ,'et Only $75 mil -0-- I a como itte of SIr, 3 111 Co.ini Ito opposeAdam spreading! to other building*,

'" ,:i for to get the Fred- Eccles came fur Tumi children Harris Jane models Hill, Lollieflrtiwler were' dt: I>n 10 Inform the see._-re--election I -, -.
fiscal
. r > in -
mg
. I d $"5 million burketin i is In our after copy 6. U this was morning on the table a little but Moore Sally Moore and Beth "These Are My\ People!" !

I drip in the |
IIer not In the envelope, As soon asue
budget The UrT heard him drive in. dashed Commentary on the fashions >

... '. insportation Steer to the drawer and grubbed shown were by Alto Moore, | WELL WE DON' HAVE CHARLIE WEAVER

11 ft would have the nn envelope and tueked it In SwimsuiU. sportswear and HI'SI
le..e this is the und went to the door with it. di esses weie modeled, The at ON OUR STAFF BUT WE DO HAVE

I He said very seriously "Ddn't, Ic-ndance was o\er 150 and was
jth Is that thu't know if >ou were. sealing! an a terrific success. BROTHER

,1.OJ ,ibsidy proposal nnvelope or playing the harm -0- I

a federal taxpa>'ers. >'me'a," A new game! i Is being plaedIt I FANCY PLUMAGK Few people pi >babiy are aware that LES ARQUETTE .;;
0 biJl1nn, end probdc of the Kentucky
4II -0- Fn lewood It's an 1NITIAI the colorful plume on the caps of some
I more, over A card party at the American game, of one, two or more UtItrs : Military Institute! cadets have a meanin' IIU I then own The that LES Is now
to announce
if this author hall We happy
Leniun at their on re
I One is talking to someone .adei of lice I the batal:ion
one
onlv b
pending in 'the Munh 10 Door prl/e and refiikhments white plume I is w >rn ; >
and all of suddt' .
a n they
( ,,,,milleeshuuld- Fioin ]10 to 1:30p v'ill fling these initials] at commander, The thre membei' of his staff wear black selling for. "
you
I, !law. I .m. Don"ition SO cents T M for example it Tate plumes, Commanding officeis of the Band Company wear

tor a moment at -0- Mar keto We haven done so red plumes and the captain and first lieutenant of the INC.
dark
1 II' bill which al The Newlvwed, Mr. and WOLFER MOTORS
bud but has
one us slumped sport jellow gold plumes ,
n approved bv Mrs Wayne W Hill nephew ofMr four Kentucky Rifles companies
What does MS stand
for
, 1 intempHle* $ 7r, Ivnn Stoles and his wife mavbe i is being played up in It Modeling three different colors of plume in the picture are South Trail. Venice DODGE. .;:;

dinut subsidies. htv Beixip, Stile are in the Venice. Doe anvone know Major Edward Clay Kerton, batullion commander: 1st Lt RAMBLER 915 TRUCKS

& m,IIion revenueprogram h 'ime they have rented down -0- James L Crissey, bullion adjutant, and Capt Gordon Roger USED CARS NEW
. nndmiUd the street at Urn: Attention all New Yorkers'!
loan Jolly of B Company
pro *
: The club meet* March 4 at
be uied by )local I The United Presbyterian! Or'amation 6'30. Veteran Hall Bring your :::
I,,' bodies in build'
'! of the Community
own table service, plus a covered f
11 l II ''fI
'J ai iifficial. invite you to t thur "Silver evening ..,... :,--
... .. would de.Ibln lea and Our %01 Id" exhibits 1 ,
.. ..
HItas would March 4, from 1:30 to I

\Massistance. 4,30 pm .. .
..
known now how .. -.. -
.0-
.
bent'ht. Bat the I The following people are Flferdink's! of Osprey I : 1; ;ftUtjJ.d<
I ,H tells me there sharing collections from their ;
I
.. .., ",dard metropolitan navels with as: Mrs, Jean I $100000 liquidation Sale I
.
country, And a Thompson England l : Mrs Eli IP TO 49% OFF I .
d for the Federal ?ibeth Giecnfield' The Holy

lows that the cost Land: Mrsiv an Yale ...
1'W"'''''''''''_", ,
- m j transit needs Create; Mrs La Verne Arm.
"f he $10 billion m the Stearns and Mrs Beth Baker and staff welcome you at

Of Ih o. imd!!r the Hawaii: Mrs Ruth Babuc z :

frl''oral taxpa\er and Mrs, Ethyl Gould Italy: t r .i : =,
- D something more Mrs Ada Foster Thailand; [a;rii
1 'In Lynch and Mrs,
,
Mrs Regmia I.'....".
i. ..uld not unfortu- Zabrenski Japan Mrs
Glidys ; Ca": FEDERAL
FIRST
.. '.the end Remembercovers Marv Brend.Cohen, Spain and IIA1M:=' I"AI.' HUGH
only the Sicil>'; Mrs Irma Bendijs .1I'IrlCO..1I'I
-- 40 of the 212 metro- from Foil Myers, three South McPHERSON

. Obviously when- American countries; Mrs, Pol. P59-131 488.6561I
. ) f 'in to get theirs, I ly Martin of Venice, Mexico;

perhaps all. of the I ;;;:;;;:::;;;: ,____ oW
172 areas will be .
.
VENICE j

;,.. m for their share of REALTY ".

n..,' a program which .
6 .
''hip with the *ed :
-
-11 .r ,f 3aid program VIEWS More and families in this fast-
:rim I Is financed by i more

'i (axes on gasobi -
.. les, rubber acnd I telling Yet they have much growing area are getting ahead at

it benefits not more money Invested In our Venice office. They like the '
but the entire I per
.- TI their house than their car
.n ma s transit -
'\ be financed prould bs I I 11 1 get the point" ,he s* d sonal service, neighborlirvess and '

the Federal Tren,. with grin, ",III m.h it at
..... I' I ,t would benefit onhf I attractive ai possible And friendliness of Harry Raby and his
JOHNSON
f :rt, and operators by CHIPS fit up the tereen door and entire staff.

U sutems Why un't my home iH thuttert May even paint it
,", ever was a progrim ing?"' a friend ailed (he other inside and out."
n tuld be handled at then day 'We have to leave Topi ferolrn Drbwll. P.nl I..h.., 'ttonttfLWt ,..-
d !fl.te level and 1" Two waekt later we told to rirttl M,(Ml'.i Hot K. KkU., !Wk. Diuihtrr. *...'w Houib I
another month and ....
,.
[ m n by town in the hous It looked attractive Bottom Hwrrr O Rftbr. oil ...."
private '
enterprise '
..
III J It we would lite to get our like a girl about to FirtfMI; 'iI .1. ''Ii{'"',
told before we go" W.
piece have her picture taken. And
Well *f course, that put it appealed to several buy '

me nqht en the ipot "Look, ert. FIRST I

Glen," I laid. "if you were :
what Let ut help tell your SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA
going to tell your car,
would you do first?" property .

I guett I I'd have it cleaned CHIPS JOHNSON VENICE OFFICE 601 S. Tamlami Trail
and all the
and pol.ihed. REALTOR INSUROR
dentt taken out of the fend

erl." he replied 306 W. Venice Ave, MAIN OFFICE SOUTH SATE ST ARMANO'S KEY

Sure you would' Most Branch Real Estate Office I 200 South PineeppU 355 South T amiaml Tail 361 l Herding Circle .; I :
But d be turprited '
folks do you I t'
how many fail to get KENT MOTEL See The Jo* J. Men Photo DupUy in Our Venice lobby ,

th.ir..._n'house In top hape for Phone 4882279 I II -. 'ill.

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NotesNORTH OPENS TUESDAY I


PORT CHARLOTTE 4
_Th. Women's Society of o1PdOURoos INWINTIR
ChrtatUn Serrtet of the Trinity
Methodist Church of North
.
Port Charlotte will meet on
Monday *t 2 p.m. it the borne 0i 9 HAVEN
o of Mrs. Frank Carroll, 110
Talbot Street Mr. Willis Funk
will be in charge of the Study 'yE lo
Co HoetnH' will be Mn .TORcOp
James Olaigow and Mr. Tier

yt enc.is The preodent Sh Methodist Idler. Mr.ladies Robert held Orr ::::;


their baked food ale on1
/ Saturday from I:30 a.m to 2 2 .
i p.m. in the North Port Charlotte 1 0/ Swift's Premium Sliced
Shopping Center.0 601D
/1 WHERE 5
rNEtNtUtIA
The Michigan Club will mitlUedneaday Canadian Bacon *t. 9cI
1 at Center 7:30: p.m.Everyone: at theCommunity SHOPPING I

i 't. Swiff' Premium TaityDinner
from the state of Michigan la
9 +, urged to attend. and ft acquainted ISA I.IbPk9. 0
j with their neighbori 49c
;
Franks
'1.! The Greater.o.Pittburgh Club PLEASURE! o II e i

will meet next Thursday I
March 3, at 7:30: p m. at the
Community Center. This Is en SWIFT'S' PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT. INSPECTED :
active and
growing club. Many I
tit the former resident of
Pittsburgh lure finding it a lot TENDER-AGED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
b of fun. I

The World-War- I Auxiliary
I will! hold Its regular meeting ROUND STEAK (boneless)
en Tuesday, March 3 at 2:00: ,j 1 ter
p.m. at the Community I Center,
The WW I Veteran meet
on Thursday, March J at 2:00p :
m at the Center
-
The Hobby Club meet Wednesday -
at 8:30: a.m. at the e"OIm'Ib.79c
Community Center. These
ladies get together each week MICE
and exchange original Ideas for + treN y r EFFECTIVE
making thing in their club. WON., TUES.,
Anyone Interested may join the '
group. WED., MARCH
-0- 2, 3, 4, 1944
The Executive Board of the i
Women of the First Presbyterian I
Church of North Port
,
Charlotte met last t r f + t .e I
I Tuesday l'"" oo iOO
morning at the home of their s rREE
president, Mr*. Edward Frankon 1 / ':
Bumford Avenue The board delicious buffet treat ,d ( areen Stamps
met to formulate plan for the > ah w ..
four Circles and the next quar SKIP TILE CLEANER
terly meeting of all the circle qt. alas $1.15
to be held at the church on BORDER'S (LIMIT 2)) t .. MMn Pirak 4 IM4e
Monday, March 9, at 2 p m. x n.;t
ThOR attending the meeting ; I
were Mr*. Lucie Keliey Mr*. CREAM CHEESE
Spencer Riley, Mr. Gordon ooo't3reen
I Blend, Mr. Ruth McWillUm,
Mr. Wilfred Churchill Mr.
John Plant. Mr*. Doll claunch \ S tamps
and Mr*. Edith Peterson 3-0%. 1 Oc ; : r Ma ab wrp.r.i...o
.
Circle No.1 will meet Tuesday pkg t ,, SKIP TILE SEAUR
March 3. at the home of ,
r SI,49
Mr, Frank Stubbs, 171 East P"" .
.NrN WN.W.K wNNI. Ila/ ,
Sydney Ave. Mr.
Robert In-
\
flea will be in charge of the

Bible Study CROSSE & BLACKWELLDAlENUT '<,s .;, :4r' .
f
Circle No
2 meet the following t
day, March 4 with Mr.
Ralph Rodgers 231 Talbot St. ROLL I ,
Mrs. Gordon Nixon will give
the Study.

We are happy-0- to welcomethe p AJAX LAUNDRY DETERGENT :
following new resident to limit 2 w/ '\ Sex kin, us. $1.35 _
C '
our City of North Port Charlotte fags : Mr. and Mr*. Cecil H. can 1 0 of down produce lane ? | ;
O'Connor, Grobe Street formerly $3.00 or mar 7.
of Fredrick, Md.; Mr. and ;
Mrs. Joseph H. Bell, Chlcopa TXX ':
Street from Sommerville, N. FIRM HARD GREEN Il rRuMew.

J Mam.; Mr., Malaluka and Mrs.Road Harry, from C. ; c g J7( Green Stamps] 1

Ashland, Ky.; Clyde Davis, + CABBAGE ../Md ..Atj
Dorothy Avenue, from Findlay, KAISER ALUMINUM FOIL
Ohio, Mr. and Mrs Charles R Breakfast Club limit( 2))
25 ft. rail 3}.
Hartung, ,
Deming Avenue
from Ludington, Mich.: Mr MARGARINE iun 4 MM i :i
end Mr*. Charles H. Stewart C i. w.en.ri 1
Miriu Road, from Cahokla, '.
111; Paul Hedyl, Grobe Street, c
Mb.ctn. .
from McDone'd Cleveland Agrens, Ohio; Avenue Reid W. 10 Ib.Hunt's J SOW AmI50 i

James Si'llvan, Merril Street l l.x
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Herlng, Assorted Flavor* Green Stamps I
South Biscayne Drive and Em. I .l*Alt MWM*W....*...k i I '-
inett Weist on Midas Place. : 0 Y AI. GILA TIN Dtffclou! DECAF INSTANT COFFEE I
-0- seer Mushroom Sauce 2 27 5-o*. Jar We ,
Member of the South County ? cane -
>
Epiphany Guild met last 8000000000000000000 '
Underwood BrandSardines :
Monday afternoon at the Warm rcg. 5c
Mineral Springs Recreation p g.
"enter: for their m ,nlhly meet- . . .. .. 2 caflat m 39'Three I ,
"g. Plans for n imming limit 6 with purchase of $3.Ou or more Diamond Brand SOyft V CEXTRA"X'X'X'FREe UVUPURPLE o
]p.>my:: were r" > led due to Volley Broad J
t
ch MSGR.'1 Py weather.Cummings from PLUMS While Meat Tuna 3 ;I.;". $1 1 ( Green' : p.1; {

Venice Will guest speaker at Red LabelKaro BAYER ASPIRIN TAIIETS \
the meeting.
I The next meeting of the 2V2 C Syrup "tt 3VJNOTIp '00 ct. bot. 79. I
'
Guild will be on Monday, 29 -
8000000000000000000
March 16 at 1:30: p.m. '. con Alaska I
(
-0-
The. TTrn1' rarden Club> metal Penny .o"r Pink Lotion Salmon SI 57*
I :n 1,<. lues i ''Y, rve u ''I: arrt heard an D r TI5RGENT Dallelauily DifferentMinute I
lil.htt.mns i '; discussion on the
}) ,i I ,, Jll Oreen Stamps "
care iiid+ n.n.' tenance of omol"f' Rice *
t i,$ I in.'n':4' panta: in this area. $ .. .IS45 I ***.. ww. *.... I
f The new committee members 3 22 oz. 1 Anorted Scent Glade tTWl SPRAT DISINFECTANT | i i iB

appointed are Mr. Frank sin 7-.*. *J*. 98e _:
Carroll, program chairman; Air Freshener . . .. bomb.pray 59' ...... "'........... fret, .. uw l
Paul Palmeter, publicity; Bill 000000000000000000
I Thomas, beautIfication; Claude o dairy specials 1
Kean, and William ,
ways mean.; Et 'lIzw;
McGee, membership; Breakstone' J we.
VeniceShopping
These committee chairmen, Broad Ir I :

make plus the up officer the executive of the board.club, SOUR . . . .. ft: 39 f leIore ,' Center I
Pillsbury CreieentDINNER ,.
There was much discussion
at the meeting concerning ROLLS 8 Florida PUDIX[ t
beautification of the area . . .. ;:: 29'
around City Hall. The committee Store
on beautification will re VfQiioffi t ;M A K K R T 1 1 Hours:
port recommendation. for this ofrorcit foods r l d'

i project In March.at the next club meeting Peppe'ldg Farm' Anorted Flavor I11t n. Fn 8: n .. 9'00:

Mr. Claire C. Coon. i I. president i:

r of the clubCongratulation.. PARFAIT CAKES . .. .. pk rei.,. 49' f ., Sat. 8:307:00: :

*- to the winning ::

I team of Anna Basom and ac'cent lipton's lipton's lipton's liquid alldetergent lux
Eva Macomber who cama in liquiddetergent handy-andy ;
first to win the prize in the seasoning instant tea tea bags bulk tea
Shuffleboard League Contest liquid cleaner B

Second F'n- prize went' to the team I''M; 29 ., $133 V-r 67 v..". u....
of r.te1or'I""o and Dora .1.; Ok*. 45- ,"! 79' 57* "_.
I tl.e O'D'I"I1'.., "" '" tubers of __ __ :! __ .In liePAGE 69"
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GONDOLIER I PAGE E1.EVENCLftSSIFIED
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Ideas Not Gripes April meeting of the Venice !PIII-.' Osprey

y Gardens Home Owners Assn. I Elferdlnk's of

{ 4jar Wanted For Center Saraaota County voters will l $100,000 Liquidation Sale I

\ 4 Residents of VenL-e Gardensare have an opportunity to adoptor
I evr'a being urged to communicate discard the proposed new UP TO 48% OFF

their suggestions for rejuvenating legislation In a referendum at
activities at the the May 5 primary election. ..

Recreation Center with a new

r ly organized recreation com 1
f .
1ea .
-- --- ,,-,-- -" mittee.
Members of the committeeare
Houses For Sale Mobile Homes seeking ideas on the typeof
Lost entertainment and activity range m-

RATES FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bed. 10x47 STEWART, 2 bedroom, Hodson SpeakerAt that would Induce more residents
room home, air conditioned. ...''''''''
the Gardens
of to join
$100.00 month. screened patio Waterfront MAN'S BILLFOLD S t ate LUM9ER
4883626. Sunday
Ch 19' R.t" both Thursday Dock. Priced reasonably Lot K.M.J. parade grounds the Recreation Assn. t COItSPAJlYMr. kM.a1.ata
: d Mond.\! Editions 53, Harbor Lights, Venice. Committee member are
$afl MONTHLY Please return Irntlfication I
including tax. Kiwanis Club Charles Worstall for< the Ven
es and insurance papers, Reward Hall Osprey
S130 beoutiful buys a 10' x 48' VINDALE, ALUMI 924-3506. ice Gardens Home Owners Remodeling says .
new 2 a aII1N1II
bedroom
home Assn. Mlddlemlss for
NUM, 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, George
((12 word minimum)I No cash needed if you have, gas heat large gas (s IK. wall CONTENTS OF PI AID pocket. Adequate classrooms and Venice Gardens of Venice
good credit-
[ Add tieml l Word. tacit. k Realtor Phone Byron M. Markle oven. Kelvinator, aiming doors, book left at MacDonald's equipment are essential but Inc., and Mike Cappe for thesubdivision's ,

488-4708. exceptional closet spii'''e and Tues., Feb. 18. Please return "the real quality of teachln home builders

1ftulld.y cabinets, TV antenn.,, n\> imgs contact lens, prescription sunglasses comes from the right kind of
CASH.nd Monday Editlone FISHING, SWIMMING. BOAT. covered patio. Not new but' repainted personal papers. Ph teachers," Robert D. Hodso Cornell Club's
INO. I bedroom, custom. and refurnished. 488 6197. told the Kiwanis
Nice Club Thura-
$$1.90 heat built home on channel. Cenlre location and wonderful neigh day In paying tribute to his Meeting Today ( =1 J
Air-conditioned. Below' bora. Lot 150 or call at office fellow teachers at Venice Jun. 1

| Additional(III word i W rd minimum.. .aehCLASSIFIED ) 5e CT tea:?'5062-. Channel Lane, Nokor.ua, HARBOR LIGHTS. Legal lor Schools High and Venice High Dr.of J.Cornell L. Zwingle University, vice president will. I IBULGING

Business be the guest speaker at tod'Y'1annual
Personals Hodson, heed of the science
WATERFRONT IN THR CITNTT lUnGE'1I CURT meeting of the Cornell
Arw ': "':, ": "'=. HOME. 2 bed IN AND FOR sARAsOTA COUNTY, department at VJHS for 11 WALLS?
/ 11 .r
.:_ Y ehm room. IM baths Club at the Azure Tides, Lido
garage, TYPEWRITERS FLORIDA. IN PROBATE r the
-. and Adding years, was speaker at the
,....,..N ...::. IMr.NH.A dock. Reasonable Margaret Machines mechanically IN RRt ESTATE!: OF Teacher Appreciation Beach, Sarrsota. Enclose Your Screen PorchOr
.? operated 1ANDON BA-KNKS, DwMMd.ProUt. Day program
0;:::."".n: M'::'I-';..: Drive Laurel Villa. 488-2484. ) Chemically cleaned .. til. 1'... till of the club at EarlWynn't Richard W. Cooney Is club
L; ,Ar r ",Ile M .1a.tII_ GULF like new Just $12.50 plus r ..5* NOTICE TO CREDITORS Steak House president. A social hour beginsat CarportNo
BEACH TO ALL
FRONT-3 Bdr if required. All makes CREDITORS AND PERSONS noon and lunch served at
DISPLAY 3 bath, airconditioned. Completely Stationers 211 W. Venice Venic Ave, HMINt-T,iXilNIl SAID(IAJMH ESTATE: OK DEMANDS He traced development of 12:45: p.m. AU Cornell\ men worries with ORANGE STATE'S

furnished. Exclusive location 488-6113 Ym .r* bmtv. BotlfM. and mulradto I the Junior High science program and women in the area are ONE STOP SERVICE
One Edition, per J Inch $1.00 lOOx OO. Seawalled. No fil. any cl.lm .r dead which roil step by step from the Invited.
fcrti Edition, per inch $3.50 cIty tn. By appointment only .. DON...r h.BARNES'. mlut IMtMMd the K.UW, lit..*of of LAN.B> .. days of the old Laurel School. / Quality aterials

488-4006. SHEPARD Kit*. County JOHN florid T. GRAHAM.In Ih. offle ftinuoUCounty .fHon. "At first by grouping classes Jordan To Explain / Reliable Service

I All diaifitd adi payable In14v.ecs 2 Jurii*. la the gate Court according to ability we foundwe
BEDROOM, completely fur. ....... Hew Homestead Bill / Experienced Workmanship
e eepr established"CANCELLATION LUMBER CO. HmiM M S Florid., within illnlmdnr could do a better job of

e eounllr. Warm nlshed Mineral Separate Springs. garage$10,500. 1003 N Washington Blvd. tint publlr.il.m month o front( Uin. the Roe UU.... of the teaching" he told the Kiwanis. The proposed new Home. / Prompt courteous attention
Each el lra or demand mult W In "But stead Exemption law will be
Russell-Rlgbv, Margarita St., Sarasota rllini.. and I. duplleaU. shill >...... after couple of yearswe explained to Venice Gardens / Up to 7 yr. financing
w Phone 42 -1203. Inspection In th. pines nf mldcne* Mid fxt allies turned to the popular teach .
vlted. call 4driM. of the Claim.nt. I shall .b. >wornto er-team program whereby a residents April 27 by Rep. Russell
ADJUSTMENT ELLIOTT PAULfor br the Claimant/ hi. a rest. or boo attornqr team of two or teacher Jordan of Sarasota. Qibpanna state lumbar! co.
for cmcilUtion ... : .ball be aooorop.nlrxl. br a II.00 more 6
quMh 3 BEDROOM ,.., Jordan, one of the authorsof
frame. Corner mini anil .r inch elalm' or ihmanl taught groups up to 100 stu-
E dlustment" because orLror lot, city water and; not *, filed .hall .b. sold, Th. flllnl. dents. This method the bill\ at the 1963 sessionof 0III1.t C..1i Ace.l.Mdl SIIcWy'hd lit /talk......
be mad for sewer. ROOF TRUSSES mar ba addnl. to Ui.. amount of claim.and gave every. the Florida Legislature, will .11
must Walk to school and store. $7,25( Clam' form nay b. obulnad from one a chance to do laboratorywork
TkmdiT Gondolier BEFORE 30 per cent: below cost! Call Alum. Windows & Doors. .UM Caste Jud..'. stn 1.., ," he said."Recently be the guest speaker at the

1 5 p'"'. on Mondiy. For Mon- 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. Contract Roofing & Painting MARGARET AitmmlatratrlT.FAWCETT at a., nf RARNni.aa Ili. E,.. we partially returned -

day Gendolier BEFORE Spia ATTRACTIVE HOME In nice Phone 488-2132) Venice .sets t of LANDON BARNES, tae >aAttornrrt to the ability grouping IReal

011 Thursday. section of Venice. Two bedrooms BRA WELL a BROWN, plan in teaching science" he
baths REMODELING Repairs V.nlrNnkonla. Bank Blrt.., added. "This enabled us to ot.
PHONE two screened Carpentry Masonry P. O. Bo, 74T.Vmlm tee accelerated classes in bl. THRU THE
and .
porch carport, 1001 Nokomis Florida.Fnbll.li '
Ave, So., Venice, $14,000. Painting. Interior and exterior. I F.... IT 14 and Man t. t, 10(4 ology and physical science
488-3125 Quality work. with "
Low down payment. No closing Phone 488-6395 ample laboratory work.

costs. Call 488670LBEAUTIFUL Hodson said that next year Estate
Dressmaking, alterations, draperies
IN THE COUNTY JITDniPS COURT
etc reasonable 488-1130 IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, they Intend to eliminate more jj I
Real Estate SWIMMING Pool FLORIDA. IN PROBATE of the teacher-team program, :
home. :2 bedrooms, den, Floret Personal IV RBi ESTATE OF and while still keeping the accelerated .
RAIL FRONTAGE TO CA. a room. 21x31 screened patio. IIU,0 11. LUX, Deuaatd.ProhaU. science program, to
NAL. 8 adjoining lots with Furnished if desired. Good dnlncing. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, File N... '.If Initiate a two-pronged science Corner

JJ)1) etch on newlylaned 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood Mondays 8 p.m., St. Mark's NOTICE TO CREDITORS PFRSONS program that will aid those xI
TO AIL CREDITORS AND
runlimi Trail (U.S. 41)\) with Grove City. Episcopal Church Parish Hall. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS preparing for college as well
.pthi ranging from 923' to Call 4il8-4794 AGAINST SAID ESTATE!: as those who desire the vocational I YOUR GUIDE TO BETTER HOMES
.. ..... .. .
3' backing up to 60' wide 5 Y ar. b. aotlflM aid r itilra4 training.
GOLDEN BEACH near gulf to file claim. demand whlrh
ate or yoamay
IMP canal with access to Inter- Help WantedREAL h.v. analnat u.. fcuu" of HUGOH. Hodson said the county AND LOT VALUES
Ul waterway, zoned R3. Two bedroom., two bathe IUX. Doroand., lata of fiaraantai school board had been generous -
led! sites for motel rest au. I 30 foot Florida I C.",. Florida In Iha offleo of
room ESTATE SALESMANwith to,,. JOHN T. GRAHAM. Saraaotabounty In furnishing the Junior
ant, marina, filling station en 112 ft. comer lot. license. Full time only. Jad..... In tha County Court, High with equipment and with
w>pi and to forth. This li the I. 519 GULF STREET Englewood Realty Co., 474-1985 calendar louaa at month Saranota.from Flnr'da the ,date within. of Ux all the: new science classroom
r-ifl frontage of Sorrento or 474-2569. lint publication of this Notion that have been promised for
lorn. Will lieU one lot or alls \ --- Faob: claim. or demand mod .ba m the: 1964-65 school year, the MODEL HOUSE 2 BLOCKS TO
Ion for 12.000 each WANTED Young man between stun, and In diipllrat.l I .hall a.... local school can look forwardto Venice
Downtown
Homes For Trade the of rMliWnca and ofrico Venice
20-30 Must plae poet In East
ages
-mil Phone Venice 488-5027, yrs. odd_ of the Claimant. t ahall ho seen onother very successful
i riut Sorrento Shores Sales be> high school graduate. Field to by see Claimant hla amt or hi. .o. year. 2 BEDROOMS I BATHSO'
:"1Ct located 4 miles N. of WILL TRADE HOMES. 2 Bed representative for local finance h"n.y; .hall .b. atcompanM. by a II.M :3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths City Water Lot
... i 120'
fillet f and any aueh elah..e' d..4 Paved StreetCentrallyducted
itnice. 9 miles S. of Sarasota. room, 1V4 baths, CB home, company. For appointment call not an pled .hall ... n>ld. The flllna; fw Formica Kitchen
large lot on deep canal with Mr. Toler 4885266.Situation may. bo addod to u.. amount of rlaim, Carport & Utility Gas HeatPrepaired TOTAL PRICE $10,90000
dock in Laurel Villa, for comparable and sidle forma may" ha obtajnod ems Safety Course Screened Porch for Air.
MALL TRACT IN GROVE. U>. County I ad"'. offlr H. N. WIMMERS
or larger home in Venice Comer Lot 85 ISO conditioning
i
Ure enough for thlrt n WantedLADY MAtTDB A. LUX REALTOR
Phone 4882464.
-u with 15,000 aq. ft. in each. area aa E:>o>utri> of tha BMato *
'algid R-l. On county mainlined BOOKKEEPER full of HUGO H. LVT, D......... By FlotillaAn 221 W. Miami Ave.
GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT 488-5308
For Sale
street 200 ft. West of Apts. charge. Rapid typist. Excel. Atton. BRASWELL BROWN
'amlami Trail 3\4 miles Vmlot-Nokomli Bank Bide, 4886413INTERESTED
lent references. Permanent res-
of Venice DELUXE CO-OP. bedroom. 1 P. O. Box 77, weeks In IA
or H ml, South dent 4R8-54B8 mornings eight course
bath and bedroom 2 bath .
2 ,
Vanlca Florid.
safe
Sorrento boating will be
Shores. $19,000 --- -- practices
furnished or partly furnished. Punlbh: Fab.. IT. tl and Mar. *. e. IW4 '
'1'1III. Call W. L. Sutherland, 488-M98 Misc. For Sale offered by the Venice Flotillaof 8 Suite Apartment Furnished,
min 483-5027 or 488-2791.III the Coast Guard Auxiliary City of Venice. Each suite has

Rentals CHEST ON CHEST, 40 in. Meeting Called Beginning Monday, March 9, living room, bedroom, kitchen .
FT.111I1, ON (INKS* LOT Ann'T ... blond, 4 drawer; matching at Venice Bay Trailer Park. ? and bath Rents for $750

GUwonn. iwnuNA BANK AVB.INQT'UE OPPOSITE TEL 1 BEDROOM<<. I'NrtB. IN VENICE night stand; full\ size head. GoldensteinPlans The course of Instruction willbe a season. 8 times $750 means
(" "Mm 01 TOl'* PIIORER. OK A Sl'BlRRAN IN .HO. TBNICS board.> Phone between 4-7 p.m. By open to the public, with $6,000.00. Paved treat city
JUST CALL. LOU JACOBS 4M-I5IT
488
-5121 classes scheduled for
7.30
Lots For Sale I MODERN, airconditioned for a meeting of all\ m, every Monday at the: trail.p. H. N. Wfrnmers Reolfor water end Will sell
CASH AND CARRYI! for $21,000. $2,100 down.
stores available in South year-round South County residents er park auditorium.
|I OR I LOTS in South Venice. : Venice Shopping Center. For Inexpensive unfinished cabinets of the Jewish faith 13 Included in the course will REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent This could b* a handy man's

High and dry, with trees. Information call 4885858. for kitchens, utility tears of age and over, "for the be classes in practical sea for Wetter Union Telegraph gold nugget
aeonabla Phone Englewoodlariat rooms, etc Wide selection of benefIt of the community"have manship, rules of the road, legal
REASONABLY PRICED two sizes been announced by Paul requirements of a boater, Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I Martin S. Stancik

bedroom, furnished home VENICE MILLWORK Goldenstein. chart reading, buoys and mark CLOSED SUNDAYS
|tao mraovEn BAT FRONT TATS Private Gulf beach. April-No Air Base 488-6213 Goldenstein asked that all ers and much other informs- REALTOR
II. 8UBW VISION. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
vember. 4881015. 'ewlsh interested in ion
IJIUCIWOOD BATOIt PRIVATE NEW 4 USED GARAGE persons designed to making boat. Venice 488-5443
altar: IIILIP. INGLIWOOD, PHONE J 2 bedroomsand EQUIPMENT. undertaking a community proJect ind a safer pasttime. .
BEDROOMS or
Hydraulic Jack te Lubrication to be decided upon by the The course will be free except
Florida room living r
plTH VENICE, 80x100 on Al- ; Equipment Renairs. group: contact him by calling : for a small charge for a .
I lifitor Canal. Any reasonW room w/FP: extra utility room. TRI-COUNTY 88-5331 and giving a first and textbook. It is open to all persons .
; In city children or pets Ok EQUIPT CO second choice of and Lovely 2 bedroom CB home
( offer. Phone 488-5052. 1070 DeSoto Rd. a day whether or not they owna
month. 4885528 after ,
5
$75.00
Sarasota, Fla. hour for the meeting. boat. NEW with Fla. room, screened

PATERFRONT LOT IN SOR- p.m. Call collect 335.1240 breezeway, carport, corner

RENTO SHORES, 5300. LARGE APARTMENT by 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME lot 120' i 100'. Landscaped./

:filllt.ct Ward Sutherland Ven- month or year. Trallview, Auto For Sale Centrally Located Completely furnished Including -

li'te5027 or 4882791. 1000 sq.' ft. Vacant March 1, CITY WATER, SEWER AND PAVED STREETS stove, refrigerator, washing .

3.OT5t2 Venice Gardens Price 1964. E. Tampa St. Tel. 488- ONE 1958 BELVEDERE PLYMOUTH bestwayJANITOR t machine, lawn mower,

11.850. Write Walter Polskl, 1321 forenoon. 2 door, hardtop. $2,000 DOWN etc. Owner leaving Said sell
if Wrd Ave., No. St. Peters- New paint Job. A-l condition.
:,orb, Fla. MODERN FURNISHED 2 Guaranteed. Reason for sellingtoo SERVICE $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER $10,895.
rooms, bath. Central ducted many cars 154 Hudson
OllR AI.IO, a swims or mts I.OTS heat cedar closets, electric Rd. 48ft-5260. W. Specialize In FRANK C. RAEBURN H. P. HORN
VENICE Bl'BINBSS SITES
basis
kitchen. Adults. Yearly ,
OWN I.. LOU JACOBS 4HutaiC $60 month. Write P. O. Box Boats For Sale RESIDENTIAL SERVICE REALTOR REALTOR

| INLET Seawalled priv1 1302, Venice.MODERN. Also Commercial 251 W Venice Ave. Phones: 488160488264 PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

.H boat basins E. L. Kilton, ONE 14-ft. GLASPAR Outboard WASHING OF EAVES .
r .r.bol't Drive Nokomis FURNISHED 4 with 25 h.p. electric Johnson. 41 end Albee Rd.
WASHING
rooms, bath, electric kitchen, WINDOWS AND SCREENS A
Nokomis Marine
483-
FIVER LOT Venice. Good for cedar closets, central duct 4607. Ways, r COMPLETE FLOOR CARE

ncation cottage. Sacrifice heating, airconditioninir. Adults
f: 11.500 Call 34-S4M Sara' Yearly basis, .1J1 month. Write MEYERS ALL ALUMINUM Washing Waxing Buffing e ......

." P.O. Box 13"2 Venice. 12.ft. fishing boat. Handles 5 FREE ESTIMATES i

SOIlTH H VENICE: 1 prime DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS, 2 h.p. motor. 550 Ib. capacity, All WORK GUARANTEEDAll I EAST GATE

wmesites near beach Low. baths, complete, by season or oars included. 18-inch deoth. our equipment Is NEW for fetter, ES'II CHOICE LOTS

I? ,Wees Box 800. Rt. I.gggtta year 100 The Esplanade, 488- 48-inch 1885 Revenna beam. R.St.P., Stull Nokomis\, Box better and more efficient work I 1 Min. 85 feet wide

Springs. rUIJJousesFor. 5698. East I GERALD W, CONEY, Owner and Manager SEE or CALL

Sale0pA.VSVR CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 12-FT. GULF LINER 7 h.p. Box 287, Nokomis Phone 488.3392 LARRY REDFORD

a.naoolf. bedroom furnished house Johnson Motor. Excellent Licensed and Insured IT'S A HONEY FOR THE MONEY A woe.

AN UNFUB IN SO IN, VRNHB.VBNKtRj Screened porch. 488-1333, 488- condition. $150. Phone 488-S052. Member Chamber of Commerce i| CHIPS JOHNSON

J1Ar.CALL LOU JACOBS. 451.11,1 2151. 3 BEDROOM HOME, CITY OF VENICE I Real Estate

'BEDROOM CBS Home, heat, FOR RENTALS Stores Also Located In 306 W. Venice Ave.
conditioned, extra large In Venice Area BRADENTON and FORT MYERS TIRES ARGE LOT LARGE TREESI! Your own picnic qreundi. Phone 488.3609-488.2241
carport. utility and screened See City water and sewer Garbage Disposal, Automatic Water

wch. Better than new, has all Get More Mileage... NEW MOHAWKS Softner on paved street. Best section of' town.
Zl'tt'300 cash will handle, CHIPS JOHNSON USED TIRES. ALL SIZES
LOT ALONE WORTH $5,000. YOU CAN
payments Realtor Costs. S695
$37.30 month. Owner Cut Tire ,. GUARANTEED RETREADS

cItariottEEPTIONAL 1 11$ :: Ave.- North Port 30U W Venire Av 4M-M78 1 AS LOW AS . ... .. .. .. ... a 14 BUY THIS LARGE HOME C1Q QQIt WHETHER YOU'REBUYING

Mobile Homes EXCELLENT TERMS. FOR ONLY VIWjVWM
o C6t t
VALUE, by RADIATORS t t WHY WAIT MOVE IN NOW! OR
'w", r. 1 bedroom, :2 baths WHITLEY, 85-ft. Will accept i ii iy SELLINGYou're
?ntral' heating, Mock and beet offer or sell for Blue REPAIRED FLUSHED 't, ti Best Values Are
2 IlIIa oonstr,. Uon. 4 blocks Book figure Phone for appointment y Warm Mineral Sorings Area
Vacuum e NEW REBUILT USED Found HEREI!
PPlng 4885033. Kirby ''I
center.: City water HOWL Home. $400. Down. Monthly
H"Ir, 3 Bedroom LIKE NEW! $67
$15,000 Phone 488MODELCharm- Co. g J'.
34i4. Budget Terms Payments Including'! Interest and Principal.


ho BUILDER'S I : bell room.PERMANENT for sale Completely, with MOBILE 11x24 furnished.Florida Home S VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR CHIPS JOHNSON realtor

at utility room W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-2?"
306
"biUntlal saving Also garage I
Venice
Ch covered patio in Serving For 5 Year :
bJlen8lSa..Just, south of Pres-: washer-ironer.Covered boot well. Very y 313 IAMPA AVE., VENICE FLA. BEHIND THEATRE or
within I walkAl1 rear Branch Office at Kent Motel, Phone : dl'h, reasonable 1908 Ravenna StiNokonUfEwt. Phn 483-1259 'In the 'TewerUti" Garage
Of
ehopFtng cen-: .
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MONDAY, MARCH 2, |19(
PAGE TWELVE THE GONDOLIER I ------.;,
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KMI Eliminated ,I Indians LoseIn r Osprey. Oracle I


From TourneyBy Tournament By BETTY KAUf'FMAN The sooner the better
realize how many
Wowl Little did this new correspondent The GONDOLIER has
,
about Osprey fc
SarasotaKMI Opener, 74-47 people are .0 eager, earnest and enthusiastic Residents and lIon.re.ldents some stiff competition in .

its trials, tribulations and pos.ibihtle. ot the raleed-eyebrow Osprey area since the n,.j(
ended Its 1964 basket Hot-shooting North Fort My- alike, have evidently had enough to work and fight for the of December, when the Ospr
Venice 74.47 Fri treatment and are ready and willing 4 H girls and boys
ball season Thursday night at era whipped the center ot Sarasota County started pi
Sarasota as the Sailors eliminated day night at Punta Gorda in future of this small community lication of the Osprey 4
the Kaydeta from further .E' the opening' round of the ClassA coast line. It has been most prey PTA; TrIStaU Trailer Round.Up, Osprey's own co,
tournament competition by ,=: Group 12 basketball tourney. gratifying and encouraging to Park Venetian Pools; Nan's munity newspaper! The edit\
;
pouting a 64-33 triumph In the Playing without the services hear from so many people who Gift Shop To fill the quota of are Karen Kauffman and Ri
opening game of the Group II. starting center Sam Morgan, hope this column can continue, U players, two more sponsorsare Reardon and they are do,
Class AA tournamentA who was out of action because needed See Joseph La- a wonderful 'job on this
big Sailor fourth quarterwas ot illness, Venice was able to There are two churches In France if you wish to becomea weekly publication. The Ii|
the difference ai the winners nailm keep pace during the first Osprey the First Baptist for this team. write the news, formulate t
tallied 20 point while ao M9)..ab quarter but fell far behind in Church with 150 regular members sponsor editorial material, solicit t'
holding KMI to nine, Sarasota 4 the second and third quarters.The and the Rev. Edward announced last advertising and roll the prei
y r was out In front 35.24, at half. Red Knlh1s( from North Owens as pastor, and the First Clyde Bristol the Fellowship of the es. The boys take care of U!
time but the Kaydets rallied Fort Myers led after the open Church of God with 67 members week that of God will build circulation of approximate'
& for 20 points In the third per r ing period, 15-11 The Indians and the Rev. Charles W First Church Senior Lea- 100 copies of each publloatl
for the
iod to knot the count at 44-44 .rrrrrw 'Iz hit for two quick baskets at Jones as pastor. Many Catholic the dugouts Little League at five cents per copy Th'
(', going into the final qu tor ? : a the start of the second quarter residents belong to the Church gue portion of the thanks are In have several regular subset,
In the fourth stanza with the 1iEL while North Fort Myera garnered of the Epiphany In Venice of Field Many men I Rev. era Mrs Catherine Lou
!core tied at 50.all Sarasota one to narrow the countto which Msgr. George W. Cummings order for these Baptist County Home Demomtrat''!
of the First
racked up 10 straight point 1715. But from this pointon is pastor, Other denominations Owens the Farm Agent, reports that, to b
I end KMI was never able to It was the Red Knights on attend services In either Church will manage knowledge this Is the only 4 r
recoup from the deficit top without any trouble.It Sarasota or Venice. This Team this year. group In the state who I I. pu
The Sailors had three man In was 33-19 at the half and spiritual outlook together with -0- lishing a regular newspaper::>
double figures Jeff Hipson hit 55.28 after three quarters. The the Osprey Elementary School Square dances are being held Hats off to the Osprey COMmunity
for 19, Eddie Morton had 15 Indians matched the Red and its attendance of 152 students every Thursday evening at 8 4-H Club and the
and Ron Blackburn t) John Knights In point making in the is the heartbeat of Os pm in the recreation hall. leader, Mrs. Geneva Reardon'
Waller paced the KI.vdet attack final period as both teams hit prey.Economically. Last Thursday evening, 64 -
with 14. while Roy Lagen- : for 19. square dance enthusiasts attended Beginning March 1, the Sun
our registered 11 I : TroublesTo there are this popular event. day School of the First Churt
KMI: Lagenaur 3.1ItTonerav ) Foul needs in Osprey The writer The, regular meeting" of the of God will\ launch an attein
add to Venice's woes, has been asked by several is
Recreation Assn. ance campaign. The
4-0-8; McGowan 2 0- Osprey campal;'
I 4; McCray, 3.0Cooke 0 i .H44JL three players were lost via the businessmen of the community scheduled tonight at 7:30: at the will take the theme Hike th
Burns, 1-1-3 Waller 5-4-14 foul route Tom Landgraf committed to urge and encourage the hall. All members, residentsand Kite to Sunday School"
i ;
his fifth foul In the sec formation of an Osprey Development friends
Interested are urged Each Sunday
the kite
Sharpe, 0, Prewitt S.0-4, Ve. w.
a ond quarter, Bruce Byrd was Association. This will be
a
to attend There rise or fall according to
*T, 11.3, Cockrell, 0 Totals sidelined in the third period of organization needs atten
type
x 7.58. report on the dock, the tennis ance. The men and boys w.
and Ken Ringo in the fourth. leadership and promotion. Eco- court and the speed limit on U. oppose the ladies and girls lo
Sarasota + .rwwr
Hipnon 9.1.19 Ringo was leading Venice In nomic leaders is th
w now
S. 41 at this meeting.We honors A June picnic will t h
Prilchard 3-39 Cabak 2.0.4, scoring with 10 points when he time for you to come out of the the reward for the
received prelimi
have a wmmni
Blackburn S-l-11\ : Morton 7-1 ( .p. fouled out. bushes and let the area know limit team. :
16! ; Carey, I.ORuh 1-02() asryy ro Jim Sikora ended the game you are ready to work for civic nary report on the speed
Mushrush 1-0.2 Ramsey 0' mss as high point man for the Indiana development. Don't hide your from Abe Cornell, aide to Rep. -0-
HarD"eanes, 0 Totals 29-6.64 e a ,. with 14 followed by Rin- light under a barrel. Osprey Jack Hasson. Hasson went to The often-delivered lecture
l by Russell H. Conwell
> for the reduced speed limit called
p s si with 10 Bob Harrison bat
KMI .. I u 12209-.f3 go was needs you a dedicated you! it to 'I "Acres of Diamonds"
in by bringing mijht
next with nine and Jack Osprey
The Recreation Assn
Sarasota IS 20 9 20--64 Osprey well be
State Road symbolic of
the
of
Wright, up from the 'jayvees, has offered the use of the recreation the attention Osprey
1I".JfoIIIW. hit for six all in the final hall as meeting place Department in Tallahassee Each time one of the char.
a last week. He asked for Immediate acters in this wonderful ston
quarter.
fl Ilferdmk's: of Osprey The loss ended the season for Civic for any Development group interested Association in a action to reduce the looked far-afleld for hu for

Venice. The win put North I of this type, speed to at least 45 m p.h. approaching -\' tune he was unable to find
j $100,000 Liquidation Sale I Fort Myers in the finals i I Philip Smashey long-time and through the village -.elsewhere had been at dome
i ('P TO 49"% OFF against Charlotte High, win. Osprey resident and ardent I Thank you, Mr Cornell. I I right in his own back yirdINCOME .

ners over Naples, 8371 booster, reports that there are I ..-.
R\'P';. _. .e w..1 VENICE Landgraf, 1-02() ; 36 business entities in the area
I I VENICE HIGH SCHOOL GOLF TEAM Off son and Danny Kiehl; second row, Ken Walk. Sikora, 54-14; Ringo, 3410; From North Creek to South
..-..0 to a /good start against other county hijh; er and Martin Satava. David Bowles was not Byrd, 1-0-2, Harrison, 3.3.9; Creek Yet the village needs a
F.ST CLAIMSERVICE schools) is the Indian [ It team, coached by present when the picture was taken. Recent Green, ((1..2-2; Satava, 0, Bowd- shopping center, barber shop,
[ 8b Athletic Director Bill Smith, who Is shown victories include a win over KMI, Sarasotaand len, 102; Wright, 306. Totals, pharmacy, launderette, etc.
,......., I here with tour members of the five.man Riverview in a four-way meet 17-13-47. Professionally, Osprey needs
Call: team. The team from left, front, Bill John- (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) NORTH FORT MYERS a general medical practitioner,

I l"7 u!5KTmi HUGH Schroder, 1-0-2() ; Estes, 0, Mc. a dentist, an attorney's office
1 ."..1It1 COM'''' McPHERSON MORE PKOPLE ARE Evans, 75.19; Watson, 0, Swallow and a real estate office. Theseare TAX
P59-137 488.6567 StBSCRIBINO TO AND Nancy Malone Captures WGA 6.6.18; Volmar, 0; Thomas just a few of the alms of
RE4DING THE 43-lIj; Bartlett, 0-22; Mitchell enterprising residents.
GONDOLIERWOLFER -- Weekly Event At Lake Venice 74.18; Wizcnroad, 2-04() -
Totals, 2720-74( Osprey Recreation Assocla-
MOTORS Inc. Venice 11 89 19-47 tion officials have announced RETURNSPrepared
Nancy Malone took honors in ors with 34 s. E Smith and B. N Ft. Myers 15 18 22 19-74 that in order to defray expenses -
RAMBLER DODGEMS the 18-hole division of the eclestic Stewart were runners-up with36's in the improvement and
r S. Temiaml Trail 488.3965-488.6150 tournament held Wed. maintenance of the Recreation
SPECIALIST IN. Field, the entire park will be By
nesday at Lake Venice Golf Betty Shaughnessy scored Motor Home' Is
named in honor of the
S Brake Repair Lubricate Challis person
S Front End Alignment Oil Change Club by the Lake Venice Women a 34 to win in Class B, while who will donate $1,000 to this Former Internal Revenue Agent
Golf Asan. with a net Pauline Rayburn was second worthy youthful
.. Front Wheel End Balancing Overhaul .. Adjust Electrical Headlights Repairs Beam score a of 70. In the runnerup with a 38. Class C honors went Big Travel HitIt's The following merchants cause. are. JOHN T. GALLAGHER
sponsoring the Osprey Merhants
Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard spot with a 72 was Rella Beigh- to Amelia Muck with a 35.
Little League Team this
was Hazel McClynn 729 C N. TAMIAMI DRIVE
Runnerup the
Radio Repairs Transmission Repair cv biggest travel news year! Tacheny's Grocery
;
ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT In the nine-hole division with 36.Qualifying. in 1964 the Dodge Motor Franklin' A. Smith, plumber; PORT CHARLOTTE
Airconditioninq Installation c ii;, ACI' Ton "non and Frankye I for the club championship I Home. This handsome, beautifully 'oung'i Nursery; Townsend
Repairs and I
Prwol! nod for Clan A non will begin Wednesday equipped vehicle means Construction; Webster's Nursery NA 5.6534
that "where "ever you go ; Bob's Used Auto Parts; 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE
you're home.
'ibb's Used Cars; Elferdmk'sf
For two days, Monday and Osprey Hoosier Inn; Os. '---
Tuesday, the Motor Home will ..._ -..
"- .r. 7
SPECIAL. AN NOVCEENT be on display at Wolfer Motors,
Inc at 915 South Trail. There

will a be full Dodge Wolfer representativesand sales force SEE THE ALL NEW

To Introduce the 1964- Bums on hand to to provide those interested.The all the information .

Motor Home Is an entirely
new concept in the world
of travel It is ideal for many DodgeMOTOR
"TF EE WHEELER"AT uses, vacationing, touring,
hunting, fishing and skiing and
is as self-contained as a home
can be with all the comfortsand
LOW LOW PRICES conveniences.You .
,
can nap, cook or eat
while you roll along the high HOME
ways. It 1 is equipped with bathroom
: running water and refrigeration
that all work while
you travel.
t : Special l interiors Include ones
: Designed For ; e : EXCLUSIVE of washable textured walls,
walnut paneling and all-nylon
i Those From t8l DEALER upholstering and it can be -

i manufactured to a modified or II
I .. FOR special specifications so that it
can be used as a show room,

4i IN 'Jr,, i, ttr SOUTHSARASOTA sales This room I is a and YEAR other.ROUND use. j '


; I ALL-WEATHER wheels. No matter where home you on ;;

1 COUNTY pull off the road you can relaxin ',.
!wr'w spacious comfort. .
Everyone is welcome; everyone -
is invited to see the Dodge
I Motor Horn on display both

I days from a aim until 6 p.m Monday & Tuesday, March 3 & 4.8 a.m.lo 6 p.m.

A NEW CONCEPT IN FAMILY TRANSPORTATION .

(V' *i. II I Mrs. Gomott Wins WHEREVER YOU GO YOU'RE HOME

1 II FOR ALL AGES Quad City Event I '. I

I A FEW OF MANY FINE FEATURES SPECIFICATIONS VENICE EAST: Catherine The Dodge Motor Home a modem magic carpet that sleeps UP 00eight
Gomatt was the winner of the
A rolling home as telf-contained as any home can be. Ideal for vacationing,
Free Rear Aile
I Paper Delivery Wheeling Quad City Women's Golf Assn.
touring, hunting, fishing, ,
I Hospitals Rear Reflector weekly tournament Tuesdaywith s iing. A rolling home "without equal for comfort and

Small Package Delivery Sturdy, Lightweight Construction a net 60. eonvemenc *. Carries passenger ear license In most itate, can go anywhere.There .
Cycle Club. Front Wheel Caliper BrakeShopping Irene Paulton, Mabel Callahan .

English Style, Easy To Peddle Sires. and Genevieve Balmer I. VnJ'. of comfort options to pick! from. The Motor Hoots
were runners up in a three-way has 200 hp. .
Trailer Part Transportation Large Basket tie with net 6 Interplant Delivering of Supplies Delui SeatHeavy brake are all standard equipment to ,make driving supremely easy.
Ideal For Senior Citizens .
Duty Bearings It's easy to enter The GON-
Healthful Exercise One Tear Warranty On Mechanical Parts DOLIER'S 14,MO contest. Just -u-NlV00S"VpUVl'iUyou, roll along It highway! spe.eI. Bathroom,
turn to the advertisement! all
in work WHILE YOU TRAVEL
OPTIONAL FEATURES TO CONSIDER
this Issue, clip the ENTR

Lights Rear Fend.rs BLANK and send It in or come
'p Horns Locks to the office and enter.

I Umbrella Speedometer \ WOLFER MOTORS INC.

And other available at extra cost for an

*3 Speed Rear Axle Optional Extra enjoyableday GOLF ,

AVAILABLE AT YOUR "BICYCLE" HEADQUARTERS THE FRIENDLY of 915 South Trail, Venice. Phone 488-6150



'1\\ WESTERN AUTO SERVICE SARASOTAGOLF TRY CLUB Everyone Welcome. 488-3962



t I West Venice Avenue Across from Venice-Nokomis Bank DAILY FEES .GREENV'e00.E. $ Dodge representative will accompany: tU unit, and a full

Phone 488.3516 Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
I South of Sarasota Wolf.r Sales Force will 1 I:;>, On. hand to assist;
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