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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00178
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving I the Fattett Growing Area on, Florida1! West COlst Osprey laurel, Noloniii, Venice, South Venice Venire Gardens Venice East, Englewood North Port CWIotteI ?

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I j Rapped By Mayor


Gordon of Forte nance and land IE
S r .t
( : has been elected has earned him \ E\ By SAM DILLON

'l ,I tnt of Venice East ends I Who's Who In the South I Jw Condition of the road now under construction to East Get.

rhead an accelerated tr''F Southwest. I II subdivision end the 1964 Parade of Homes developed Into a
,
t for Land the Development community fiad I I ,,4 full-fledged battle Wednesday following City Council daemon
S
e u td today f Noon Lions Club the previous day to hold off on the paving work. I

T !ement said plans Mayor Smyth D. Brohard told the GONDOLIER Wednesday

s shoVtly for afternoon he had instructed City
r 'e public
r 1 builders last October to complete
'1 of new model Planning Director Paul A. the project within 90 %
To Get Charter
1 i in V',nice East ranging/ Youngberg to go ahead with days.

from $10,500 to $25,.
"t ca the paving work.
.",den and the dent I City Obligated
b
d nC'N But the council apparently
of new sections "And I feel like a commlttment
NightThe said
1t Saturday rescinded it, the mayor, "
rated program, it is a committment, said
v ) ar "at another of their informal
r. :, c..1 1 be supported by an I d I Ii meetings," the mayor, '"and the city oughtto

'" .J'" and publicity proof recently organized Mayor Brohard said the city live up to it"
;. t.onallcope. ice Area* Noon Lions Club Paul Cockrill, East Gate developer
1 r. i made a committment with the
ld \ Foe great confidence receive Its charter at a and spokesman for the

:i fut.re: growth/ and dent tation dinner at Early Parade of Homes builders, declared *
11
-: of this idyllic sec.t Stenk House Saturday night the condition of the

r of Lve West Coast of Flor- 7:30.The: City Proposes road is affecting the sale of
r Gordon said presentation will be homes in the subdivision.Said .
District Governor Robert Cockrill, "People have

Fast Growing show ROBERT S. GORDON ham of Sarasota. The ;!! Summer Jobs definitely slowed down in buy.

Ertmomio surveys will be International houses because the is
ing city
coasts of Florida, totaling more
Is destined to bens /
11 t this area r4r "'
Robert Halquin of Fort not living to its agreement
than $30 million. He is also up
fastest
of the
one grow- of South Shore Development The Noon Lions Club The spokesman for the builders
in the nation president
For
: sections sponsored by the Venice TeenagersVenice 18
Gulf States Cap- Company, Ltd., de- reported approximately
rmore, of luxury homes in Club (evening) which has a homes have been sold since the
Pensacola, \elopers
of recog-
I Corp in existence 16 years find show started. "But lot more
of Venice Nassau, Bahamas area teens may a
'I the potentials considerable Before coming to Florida In Evening club meets e a summer employment with the would hove been sold," h as-
has made
.t L-r 1 tmcnts in the com- 1955 Gordon held a seat on the Thursday at 6:30 at city under a plan broached at serted, '"if the city had carriedout

t ," he concluded. American Stock Exchange, and man', Wharf. The noon Tuesday informal brain its part of the bargain."

The I r new President of Venice was a senior partner in the meets at the same place storming session of City Coun- Clean Tp Parkway

st hat been associated with New York Stock Exchangefirm Tuesday cil by Council President E. S. "If the city can't fix up the
Carl Toler Is president of
,- successful subdivisions of Tobey and Kirk. His ; d (Bill) Raymond streets Cockrill continued,
r
in fi- noon club. Other officers Raymond, also a director of
west and east extensive background "why couldnt at least
: ;;:h the t they
A Blitch Jr
N. ,
clude Teen Haven youth center, suggested :-
clean the And
parkway
vice president; Luther the city might employing up
he went to note that the
ardson, second vice Col.'l.; ..r.-_..:- --- students- for such lobs II naint- north lane on of'the parkway
'All Setded; John Shockey, third vice traffic lines streets,
mm\ ident Paul Lanius, ; you wait until a of Mr and Mrs John Trimmer of Venice on ditches city and which presently is being used
; clearing drainage
found their
with your tickets to the Gardnnsi.appear here Jo }-have for two-way traffic while the
Merle! eraser treasurer; senior class "The tickets a bottle that washed ashore at the cutting: grass at the airport, south lane is under construction
play
III W, Estes, lion tamer; beach. The play began last night Said Raymond, "We wouldbe for himself
but do recommend municipal was paid by
Is Pelt tail twister Dr.
Van
II Needs Money ; helping out the teenagers

ald.Higel directors and John Dr.J. sponsoring tickets in class advance to be the and Venice will continue Little through Theatre Saturday building night at the at and getting" a bargain at the and development.Robert S. Baynard for the

one year time
; same
"That half of the road"
E"So far as I can see, the loiutvon ty to the north end of the cut las Williamson and Robert hilarious, twin production.daughters airport.(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) He also suggested that towns- Cockrill pointed out, "was pen y,
directors.
two-year people be encouraged to save
I 'v has its problems through VeniceBids gan ed in less than 10 days and has
I pI t wel:1 settled," said May- for the dredging of the COLLEGE any household chores the students carried an the traffic both
Boca Grande to Alligator NEW could do until summer "
r Smyth D. Brohard. ways for the past five years
.. III just a question of Creek section will be receivedat to help the youths in the quest And he asked "Why is the

; ether they can get the mon- the Jacksonville office of for vacation jobs city in the road building bush
the U S. Army Corps of Englneers A poll of the council members -
> appropriated from Con- Trustee Chairman ness when they apparently
at the informal in-
Casey session
eaIru; cannot complete the job'
was the mayor's reply According to Kumpe, the so- dicated they would support "They obviously don't have
called C-l route of the water such a program "It's okay
he GONDOLIER when ask. the equipment he declared,
through Venice Is in good SAM DILLONA serving' winter residents of Casey Key to the Venice area in generaland with me," said Councilman Dr.
for an opinion on a publish- way By "so why start it in the first
I
1 statement that officials of shape now. The only remaining finance for the past five years, spend- Casey Key in particular by John Hogan, "as long as itdoesn place?"
problem deals with the location South County Ing six: months of the year here close friends, Herman and 't put the head of a house. know the
Dist "We definitely
I
Coast Inland Naviga-
of sufficient spoil areas, widely recognized and the remaining six monthsat Molly Myers, longtime residents hold out of a job" "
wants it finished
n District the mayor asserted
are hopeful I his extraordinary home in SalIsbury of Casey Key.
which Mayor Bro- ally for chair. their summer Raymond then pointed out
matter on
a Cockrill "because
: intracoast we
portion (of the ,
i ganizational abilities, has Conn. Close that the to have
the hard also] commented accomp Family proposal was have met with him We know
waterway)
around city
chosen to guide the been They were first Introduced her the students do the
Venice will be underway by I "The WCIND set up spoil Mrs. LaMotte shares only jobs he has tried to push Paul a
., 1965,"' areas some time ago," said the Sarasota New College husband enthusiasm for fox which would require hiring

fie! conjecture was contain- I mayor, "but I could never see chairman of its board of hunting and sailing. The La extra help. (Continued on page 2)

in I how they were going to be ade. teesHe Election Motte family circle is a strong
i
f dilly newspaper story of
I H LaMotte
Is L
of three
Brohard wenton one, composed sons
( that bids for of quate. Mayor
dredging out that the main Key, executive vice and a daughter, all married, I
le lec'.on of Inland waterway to point Business Many Areas Without
of International and
the nine grandchildren
''!"I Boca Grande north to.ator spoil area designated by Meeting
chines before his LaMotte Interest
> I : Creek will be receiv- local canal authority is a triangle 1. H greatest I'
active management .
March of airport property comprising from outside his family, however
Construction 24 about 40 acres 19o9:; after 39 years with of Mayer, Mrs, Harry Mogfordand appears to be allied with .

'Ai! 'ator work on Section Boca "We could use some for fill Since retiring, he has : new di George H. Wheeler Jr., his greatest talent getting Active ContestantsAs
Creek to
'"1nde) made on the lower end of the golf ed as a member of / ', one year along with people," declares a
was possible by and
board of directors sketch of his
"
said the o n day. biographical
property,
tjOOOO appropriation which course "and I was hopeful man of Its finance in the The new slate of nomineeswas career with IBM in the April, most of the communities! come to The GONDOLIER of.
n. Spe :ard L. Holland and mayor, ." LaMotte was named submitted by a three 1961, issue of Business Ma. in the area covered by The ice and enter or send the Entry

o. James A. Haley were we'd get some added that chairman of New College member nominating commit chines, a company publication. GONDOLIER are still without Blank from the advertisement

to get included in the last Mayor Brohard retained control weeks ago/ to succeed -David ex tee composed of Youngberg, "He has a touch with others live-wire, active contestants in in this paper, then see a

''leral, budget Just before it the city location has of the spoil areas Hiss of Sarasota, who Mahon, David Hamilton and Jay 1964 O'Dell. that is rare," the article goeson the $4,500 Subscription Contest, few of your friends and neigh
whose
ned over .
to devote his time to Only persons to state, more entrants are needed to bors, get them to subscribe or
It had appeared earlier that inside the city limits.for the canal a book on modern school and dues were paid before March 1 "Outside of IBM," the sketch take the prizes offered or share renew their subscriptions or
for
of
fri would be no appropria- All right way has now been lecture will be eligible to vote at the continues, "he has been an asSet in the $750 in cash bonus and clip the 500 FREE VOTE COUPONS
in this area George
for continuance of the "Red" ; annual meeting.
with Nicknamed to many organizations. For commission distribution from their copies of the
1''' the WCIND, Mrs
'k this year. acquired by portion In Known universally In E. Additional nominations will example, he not only served on It is not too late to enter the paper and give them to you

Estimated cost of dredging the last remaining obtained last business world of IBM be accepted from the floor at the board of directors of the contest and get off to a winning Same Opportunity

;ie ton 4 J ij $900000. Col week South under Venice a court order of "L.H." or "Red," LaMotte yoers Frank; the March 23 meeting, (Continued on page 2)) start All you have to do is to Under the contest plan, every
rge Kumpe, WCIND execue been a member of the New entrant has the same opportunity .

director, explained, how. taking 1 --.-... .-.--. .-...,..,......."....----.11.. _.''$11I'.w.. .. 1 to earn an extra cash
*'. that it Is not necessary l and vote bonus the first week

r all\ the funds to be appro- To Be Chosen I after entering or becoming an
Florida1Candidate
I .cl.Wed before letting the con- Mrs. Sunday active contestant.
I : Most of the men and women

A lSl ,000 approprla- Sh ,. ( ,. I who enterd the contest last
I on he ) >F ,'. )f' __ Finalluduinr win be Sunday .
budget went for ... '* aF F week have not become active
I !' in the Mrs Venice East Pageant
; ment of dredging already contestants They have not reported -
I Dieted! to select an area candidate -
from Manatee Coun- that they have securedany
for the Mrs Florida con.
'
votes But it s not too late
rf test at Miami for them to get started. While
And should the entrybe
area
they off
are putting starting
41 Bypass crowned Mrs Florida, she from day to day, a new entrantcan
will go on to compete for the come in and be on even
title and $30,000
Mrs America
terms. The majority of the men
Still Nebulous in prizes at St Petersburg and women who lent in Entry
Late entries in the Venice
Blanks have not added to the
East competition still are be- "
5,000 votes given as a starter.
the Sarasota County Com.IIslon ing accepted at the Sarasota Others who started in a small

has given top priority contest headquarters, 1278 N. way may get discouraged and
1
acquiring rights of way for Palm Ave., or at Venice East drop out of the race This is
11 U, S Three hopefuls have enteredthe
41 bypass around the reason that new entrant
Inlce and for Initial work on contest to date. They are are still being accepted.

:e Projected highway to Arlbe Mrs Victor Retty Jr., Venice; The prizes in this contest are
and Mrs
Mrs Suzanne Dysert
going to be awarded regardlessof
commission budgeted George Kunkle, both of Venice how many or how few enteror

l0,000, for the bypass acquUl. East.Latest entry in the contest is become active, and regardless .
and of how much or how little
$437844, for the prod -
known to her family
Mrs Retty
,
Arcadia road which they accomplish. No one I is
and friends as Mary Lou.
id be required to have
a 15 mile linkup with any certain
-''Ite t Mrs Retty emphasizes the importance
Road 72. number of subscriptions or
These of physical fitness votes, The entrant
mounts Included obtaining
are
I- that time I
and believes finding
the commission 196465 the largest rote total will win
dId But when the actual for personal fitness and appearance the new Ford or its cost. And

ark on the by-p M and the 1 jI contribute to a there l Is only two ways to get s ,

nadir road become reality is tcaae4 r L trnrttassfl en .... t>
pge
JK.I -
> )REX!
I lIAS.Kl2.I .
IIethlng to be determined in DXSEBX MRS. GEORGE: KVWUJE; :
h
1 "certain: tl ur.. MRS, D. DONALD





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THURSDAY; MARCHt., ..
FOUR THE GONDOLIER I ,

-" High Schoolers
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THE Wanted By Navy


a E RIp'.. :JJarsou l to JJcrsun PEOPLE In Application the U. S. Navy for en"are b1N

( 'ii( ccepted from high
: graduate for enlistment School

\J j By Th* REV. VICTOR MAURICE, : SPEAK June Walter July P. and Boitlck August, recur Oller! 11\\

iIi/ ___ Pastor, Venice Assembly of God Church In charge of the Sarasota I\t.\
..... cruitlng Station aid today
I of them presumably) one Bostick said '
To Th Editor: It applie,,, ,
ttZMSII or om ASSOCIATED: HEM ... MEMBER: OF TH: STOKTDA reese ASSOCIATION 1______ 0' for each of his precious yr, would be processed In
I read, with much Indigna- and noted that his name was April and May prior to grup'a'
",.. Aunrtatod ...... b jclu.lvilr ..".'001 to HM for Nnubllullon of ill ..... liMlcho ....11..t. M 'Jesus Is real! I saw these words in neon lights atop a tlon, In this morning' Sara- not mentioned. If a boy of that ation and applicant
M or .M eth..'lM eradltH. In this ..._, end .1.! best .... mibll.b h.r.-i. All rnhu of npubllntlo church in Springfield Missouri, some years ago. The first the of a 16 1 licensed to drive a earthen choose the time wig
they "
.f .psM. .......... *r. ftlM ronrvtd.fortidd thought that would to follower of ota report age *
come a Jesus Christ U that l.n who usedthe enough to have for
I I. old leave enlistment
"... a..a sod ....1 _10''.. _...... 01 the. s.aspupp wrrl.ht.d! .d !Is. ..publle.Ues II w.Pe..p such a sign la unnecessary. We think In ourselves "Everyone boy South Harbor h* and being sonvlll after at Jack
ocwt, kr wntuaPtblteliH por.ootoL knows that Jesus Is real." palm tree on his name publicized undergoing B,*!
Drive a aQ automobile held up to the ridicule h* deserves tal and physical: exam.
Cnrr Mondw end. ",.rod., From 111-14 B. MluU Amu. a day But of such double la not the case; even with church goer We live In slalom course, knocking down for a prank like thi*. Those enlisted in the l MA!
standards a day in which people, so to speak,
EoUrW Ai k.nd Ow Mitur Al tot 015.. At VmlM. florid.. "talk It his name ws withheld to school graduate training ,,,?.
11M' out of both\ sides of the mouth. There i* deception onevery protect his parent It U myopinion gram will attend a Class

EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher hand. In diplomatic circles, in the advertising world, in j that if in those 18 years naval service school win, ,
the home as well in some cases we sometimes feel to be the filid
instillin
Haley ReportBy able to of their choice
hsven't been : which
they
COURTNEY WILLIS the .
I I Executive Editor victims of deceptive doubletalk.We respect end aelects a,
their eon proper pllcant prior to
SAM DILLON .. New. and Newsplioto Editor almost get to the place that we say to ourselves, "What consideration for the property ment.Postick. elf
Is truth What is real What or who can you depend! on when In REP. TAMES A. HALEY
I ROGER Mechanical! Superintendent real need" of others, then they, too must said those interests
Amid our economic and intellectual advances, there Is a The significant! point i I. not be held responsible for such an could call by hi. office In its J

I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5.23 per year $3 M per six months, $2.75 real need to return. to the fact that Jesus Christ is rest and that that the Organization of Amer. set of vandalism. east wing of the Sassy

I per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, J3.25 per )year $'23 Cod's Word is truth I Jesus Christ can be depended upon! Today lean State fact-finding officiallythat com- GEORGE: !: F. OERDTS, for County information Courthouse, room iSnrogram. JL
I per six month, $3 per three month.. as never before we need supernatural help. We need something mitt* has concluded in 337 Gardenia Rd. Concerning ,
that we can hold on to. All of us want reality and "what a blessed Cuba ha* been engaged ? .
---- -- -- --- ----------- ------- attempting to subvert government Venice
comfort it Is to know that Jesus Is real! He is the same yester FREE
day and today, and forever! He is not just a character in the in the Western Himpher !*- s The : VOTE: COU.
Bible nor just another person in a minister's sermon, He is the *. (Editor's: Notes Jannlle PONS will appear In ever, !.
Our Wares Son of God who gave Himself for our sins, that He might deliver Everyone already< knew that Court records are closed, sue of The GONDOLIER Stunt
Showing us from this present, evil world and give us life eternal and for the fact-finder to have therefore the games. of JBVnlle *- .svin*; them. You can enter
Remember this when you attend church when you read your com up with any other discovery Involved In such tares contest and vote them for your
Bible! when you pray, that Jesus is REAL. Ha "want to help us. would have made a ere not available for pnbtl- self or give them to somton,
The first annual Trl-City Home Show f.. As the closing word of a Christian song declare: mockery of the whole Pan ration). who enters as a cnntel!.1It.

end Industry Exhibit closed at the Ring. Until last week few people had any And He'll/ come to you, if you ask Him to, American prOt...

ling circus arena Saturday night after e idea of the variety and quality of the He' only a prayer away" The important point 1* that Venice Area Church Directory I
position, face-
tremendously/ successful four-day: run. things produced in small industries of the to-face the hemisphere'with Castro'. Commun

"Greatl"! "TemficI"! "Tre- area, or of the many things available in Jet Cuba I. one step nearer the
8EVEWTK BAT
EMBLT or SOD AIIVIIITIIT
rCMtCB A
mndousl"! "Ouhfending!" were some their own local stores showdown stage. The OAS V.nlt. 5.-.... >t ..,rtl.! A iuKn. "..TruLNmL.w.1esII"

of the superlative used by area leaden Those who by force of habit hive \been + OFSTA6E' matter Council In now the must light' consider of the Rio the .School.Victor. MiuriM 10,00 .,...f. fSunrt.r Pi... ... I.. 0...,
to describe the event.It elsewhere to do of their It Momln Wonhlp II,M .... 5-Ia.I r.S.taH.v.. a 19 .... IB'M,
going some shop treaty for mutual defense. Evrnlnl ........, ',M *". Praysko, "It IMwUr m,...
was all that end more toe. The ping know now where to find the things promptly voted to do so. Wdosdse. M.. M.il,1, .,It ....

many thousand who visited the circus they need right here at horn. By RICHARD LEWIS This that consideration of our U some Latin VCNICE-NPKOMIS: METHODIST NORTH CR\J.C.III PORT CHARLOTTI

auditorium echoed the sentiments enpreif The Venice Area Chamber of Commerce thing neighbors would some just as soon Pale A..... a CHl'RCH roi.' .ni.. U''III riRST PRESBYTERIAN, CMVRd

ed above. Virtually all went away en. is due full credit for sponsoring -."'" ","-.-. .. ..............."' .> .............. not have happened. Mexico'sFienident ..lii John,. Strtfcoi Uiito 1 i*I"..10.. >ftVfr.W .. ...' H ..-ComtimnftT M I. 1.s.CentarIY ,... MtakM. ,
thutiattically looking forward to next this outstanding event which went long Lopei Msttos said "...., II iM sea W.nhi" tm
a We could be polite and express our dislike for all those folks publicly the other day for in- fFuA Iohoe" a CS 5... L511d.""! ClM: let!4 imiluum.
years event being even bigger end bet.Eye way toward "selling" ill of South County. who are always making it clear that their preternatural talent atanee, that the United Nations M..hodl.t .outb ,.IIo".h,.. slut' ... pith, Aill :"J-'j'*.

for accurate forecasting of the future has again been verified, was a better place to deal with EMMANUEL LUTHERANMO cst'nCN TRINITY METHOPIST CHIIMI.
but the truth is, this time we want to be an "I told you sol" We Castro because, he said "Cub.J S. Temlut' l Troll < Wt41Putir 4.snn' C.'..
I FatigueThe told you "Anne Frank" would be an outstanding triumph for the J is not an active member of \the Tt" Km. Chub. L *.. Alva. .. 5.Nnw. lIi.I_.
I Venice Little Theatre in spite of the fact that it did not follow OAS any more." Chores Wor bl'"M4'1 l i:IS,a a..:II< and se.10:H .... '..d.. 5,55 .... "Wanbe" e.m
the VLT pattern of bright and breezy humor. This serious drama But the Rio treaty wa setup seasEPISCOPAL
was received by the VLT audiences with intelligence and under LAKESIDI l.UTHHAM CHUltC MI5110. $
of the Florida considered. to deal with
president
Optome- precisely
quite ,
..
US. 41
I t SouUl' Al gust HMM
standing and was also enjoyed by them equally as much, we from outside.l ,. .. M 4U4064Wonkl ...... ...
aggression 1t Hr M M H rw. Paw VK
trio Assn. persons tendency to fall In the of TV it could be TV "
a case
"
says
believe as "Gigl "Light Up the Sky, "The Man in the Dog Whether Cuba I I. Inside or outside "* SwvlM lads em. *..4.. to"0 WmkiDMT g.wia
sleep while reading or watching television fatigue brought about by the mediocrity Suit," "My Three Angels," or any of the other comedy hits of OAS 1* utterly beside the Rmidw. ClMM.5 b.t"I ill'ItHIM. .a... e. .

may not be due entirely to the of some of the stuff they're dragging VLT intelligence history of We the suggest VLT theatergoer that we stop by insulting intimating the"they taste don'tlike and point, regardless of what political N. 5ATIST Even. ... list CWVJCI.
lateness of the hour. down of the attic these The foot-draggi ng some OAS Pine CHT'HCH Of CHRIST. Tk. ROT. CkwUt; R. CMkkMMlliMam.
out days.
anything but a !laugh and start giving them the variety member nation engagein SCIENTIST II........
t Eye fatigue may b* the problem adds same could be said of some of the reading of dramatic fare which the Venice Little Theatre is capable of this showdown.You may KM W.t Vmlu At*'" ......? .... .. 5.d., .......

Dr Paul M. Kessler of Orlando. All of matter currently being turned out, furnishing community.. "Anne Frank" IU' a hit and don't forget probably noticed that fenlm.VMIMSutiin 11 ...a.Kundv 141 r_. Yens Wmki r.*assia l<
where you heard it would be first WE told you so. sweetness and ......, II tm.I M..
Castro
which be quit true, but there are but if the stuff you're reading puts to gave a .rssh.Wdn.da .
may you George Mahar that busiest of fellows, has conned us into wdn.dn. P m. '000.M G.rd
timed to be ,
light interview, .. _
alai ,
10. Ie a Md Pm'
I" Room' r 1150 5 m.
tome other valid reasons which could be sleep, you can always change!! books helping the Venice High School Senior Class production of "The published just as the OAS com- mmnt ....d... sod bolMna ... Fro gee.w.
Mouse That Roared" which runs March 4-7. The production of mittee released its accusation d., .aim. Irom t to ..
this show take the efforts of most of the Senior Class and muchof in which he soft-pedaled United CHURCH Of THC: NAIAREMB
CHURCH
the faculty and has always been outstanding in CIUCI METHODIST .
an success, States at Guantanamo .lk Vnle.Jvt
Too Late To the pest under directors Don Stone Tom and presence c.s..1 WU sad D.vll. East ., JuncUo." 41 ..4 HIa
Pierce George
now
m ClassifyBy murmured about payingthe a.. Mil. lI.r_. M. Au........ Mlnbt'
Mahar. We hope all of Venice who can possibly crowd into the British something for the W.ntl. ...,.* I.M m.m.Sgiulv pay 4W40UTSundV
m VLT will be on hand to see the result. of a great deal of work stole of SfhaoU. .'.S .... &.....L 5w,: ....
Shell Oil plant he and. ... ...
Worship Srte side Momim w...,.", 10 .
RUSSELL KAY During the Yellow Fever epidemic, and effort by Venice High School. course, thought highly of the M. Y. r. Sea >.. YMitk a.f._ 5<,ap...
The cast for the last show of the VLT season "Love Rides Lopes Mateo suggestion which likte, .....,. Till r_ W.4im4.,. "...,.. tale em.Wd.a .
Th* average parson considers Key following the death of the fort physician the Rail., or Will the Mall Train Run Tonight has been cast would the Russians and Pray r Msdna. tie paCALoiel
West the southern limit of Florid, but et the Federal Prison, Dr. Mudd volunteered and will soon be underway. This show will serve a. a fund raiser their stooge give in the UN a field (ATM!OTICcRiiam ,

the truth It the boundry of the state ei- to da what he could to help and for improvements on the Theatre building. We must say thatIf day at our expense. Huh/ or Drtr.TIeS cad rriFHAwrK MTM. Itrat : 6uialGA noEENti"

fends 61 miles further west to include the his work saved lives. He himself as many Improvements are made next year as! have been What will happen 1* extremely T.tmb..r' 411lfllnt. lass Mann 5a... D5mma
W. Omaha
many made this under President Fifi Green we will soon have lUt MM* CwnM *
year important because, it ,.. ... Trash J. /Mavt' rwOuWv
Dry Tortugas, a group of coral Islands became a victim of the fever but he a theatre to be proud of. seems to nic, there i* no way Moan MHM iWHiW- .........1 khe.l., Seal aM.sls. .. ..
Don't forget the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Tampaon fill .... sea .-.. I"''M a.s.foln. .. lI'bfo' 11 eu aC..m.ke .
given their name by Ponce de Leon.It recovered and was later pardoned by for OAS to avoid its responsi- ha. w suee..d Ronelsr. tie .miT
March 19 20 and 21. 300-400 acton directors i tibini.r >
was In Florid waters near the Dry President Johnson. critics producers bility without destroying its fiM W lit ....
are to be on hand for what sounds like a mwiative opportunity for existence RAPHAEL'S CTWCV
reason
Tortugas that the United States CoastGuard The expression "''Vs name was Mudd" to enjoy yourself very Therefore, how this issue is VENlCE-NOKOMIft: rKEJBVTEIUHCHt'Rni or CNGLJCWOODMJO.

recently captured the Cuban fish Is based upon the experience of this kind See you. met is quit likely to have far IIm_, PU A Bawto M. >.>. ,C...-n. W. 00...lw

ing vessels and brought them to Key West ly doctor whose life was wrecked and his I 0' greater historic significance to ass Th. RilH.,.4ll-ld. VmlMTtlmlun ....... M... SHe. ......
the nations on this side of the H.lrdu Mw see a.C.al
where they were turned over to Florida heart broken became he innocently practiced I Atlantic than any other problem milrr S-kanlt lIerwI.eia.aw.shle 5nndu.m., 1.11 ..... __ W- NamCoMGaeoATWM

authorities for trial his profession In the service of his I High School facing \them today because p.llowohlp 5411 11 .... Gudoo 5.waM An.Oanl: I ImAN

Although seldom visited by tourists fellow man, the victim of the unreasonable It may prove that we IVAmrtUCAL AND RbTORMB)

I I due to lack of transportation, Ft. Jeffer- hate of an inflamed nation seeking have this a collective hemisphere action that systemin faces RAIN MAll ErtSCOPAb: CRVRCtJllvlar The HOT, SJ. 5ab.5.Qoab" 110.Ns.Ys.

I Florida Is located In the Tortu its ultimate and >t SrrMITh ._..., ....... b.i.e bald u..m e.It ..
son, Dry revenge. News up to purpose, IU- Donto Own RwtOT Vms.a. UotroI- Ro.su. Gr.. II U"n.
...,_
functions or that we do not -5.545 .
and Is National Mudd exonerated. His 5sd."
gas operated today as a was never fully tie: am Ho" 0.mmwaIa let ,5a.e.d
Monument the United based his have any mutual defense system .... Pse/N/ Wnhle MemfSs 5.5...,..wllIt... des es.-155, ...
States humanitarian
by Depart.meet pardon was on j at til. Poem ........ She _. "II
of the Interior. Ft. Jefferson was services during the Yellow Fever epidemic. By DIANE LCNIIART and GENE EDDY In thi decision of course Tree: .-... Aden drank('IkW ScliinlI Sum., ... a 55 m w.twn' 'I. C--d r.ea.dd.: Mm 55"mmd .
; : '"*
planned as a ,"ilitlrya"\ !In defense of Relatives have gathered e mountain of Graduation that long-ewdted moment I I. fast approaching, may well rest the future and of the of I toe .... Mm e.n1.a+,.. rmw ..4flRST Vms. 'Oar4om.adeht, 5eS S _" *
hemisphere -
the American continent and the gigantic facts that show his Innocence In recognition bringing with U for most seniors the uncertainty of the future. the western United State. If under our CH11'
1
BArnT
SOUTH VINICK
This emphasized this week because graduating seniors BAPTIST CHURCS or sconce
feeling was
I fortifications were Intended to rival Gi of these fact*. leadership, OAS is unwilling to B.ftl. rc. 4) 014)) I..- 14-
ordered their engraved cards and announcements and paid RI. a. LW4. fwlOTSillier
t braltar. The fort, built at a cost of $61/ 'In 1959 a resolution passed by the their cap and gown rental. There 1 I. now only about three monthsof come if to grips with Castro to all- Webb... .S..'rvW..|. |lliDO... .. R. Anon..it-" M.',iI a sill.a..l lVEMICC .. r's.ee.adu ..

million was begun in 1846/ and lOll 30 Congress paid tribute to Dr. Mudd and school left and it seem to or the wy we are in support unwilling of an go OAS nmns TN'.i.: _tI......... 1:11 r:.n .aa.... en5..1 Wohh5'. 11e1 a

year In the building. Today It Is the recognized his unselfish service but mid be going so feet! cheering each afternoon this move to top Castro's encroachment tt'"' .... Pra..r U"rtln.. t M ."' BIS1.1 OVCH
-- week. Friday eight girls will TrJllund.r
largest brick \building in the Western no mention of his guilt or Innocence of Member of the Junior Class be elected from approximately then the future in fllfcT CHRISTIAN CHUBCHTl I1to 5.ire. ,I S. P TMilurf aihsrlua r-

Hemisphere.Used the former charge.The !! have swamped the entire Venice 30 trying out to represent of the democracy western hemisphere and freedom, end TMII> /"I of EH CVrirtlMwmlt Vrnlu. A>mir ......, 5.b R..plne M." *iW........... YPr. .M 5s..
the Federal resolution Alvin area selling; subscriptionsfor Venice High School during the world will be dim ..l...r H Rn. a M. fwnr ..., .n< B.il.. essay, nIM "
by by
sponsored the
government was whole
as magazuias to earn money 1964-65 football and basketball ...... 5M.l. hl5, an.wyhln "W'''hi..lwWonhh. .
military prison during the period of and M. Bently of Michigan and Dante Fascell to put on the pectaculr Prom season indeed. 18 am errlM. plus__

following the Civil War It was her that of Florida, and it was signed by President which they have already begun -0- -

Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, who set the leg of Eisenhower.The planning. It i* to be held on Thi week has been spent in .
15. hour of rehearsal! the
May by
the assassin! John Wilkes Booth followingthe United States Department of the -0- long members of "The> Mouse That FREE LECTUREON

assassination! of President Lincoln, lOll Interior in recognition of Dr. Mudd's This year's Sadie Hawkins Roared" which is being presented

imprisoned.It service, erected a plaque at Ft. Jefferson, Day has been expanded to In. by the Senior Class.
clude who] week instead of
a opened Wednesday even-
has been established beyond any authorized by the Congress end In its literature just one day as In previous ing They and will continue through CHRISTIAN SCIENCESUBJECT

reasonable doubt that Dr. Mudd wet innocent descriptive of Ft. Jefferson Na- years. It will begin on March. Saturday.

for he did not know at the time tional Monument states, "Dr. Mudd, knowIng 16 and climax with the annual"chase"
and dance on Saturday
he treated Booth that h* was aiding the nothing of !President Lincoln's attasilnation Mar 21. 1 UHCTHCtt AO*. OF

man who killed LIncoln. However, the cI.I .- had set the broken leg of John DICKt.MEADOWSPHARMACY $

I: t lire for revenge was so strong at the time Wilkes Booth. The innocent physician was With over basketball and their cheering season barely year. "Christian Science Reveals A New

t i'' 1 f that Mudd was charged with aiding and convicted of conspiracy and sentenced to completed, six of this year's

betting and although a citizen of Maryland life imprisonment at hard labor." For cheerleaders. have seen what 1.porb.bl TMtY'Yg COT A rs'ST View of Man"

he was tried by a military court intl nearly a hundred years the descendants !, their list year of CkAM PACSCRIPTION
cheering. This of girls Is
Washington, D. C. and escaped hangingby ef Dr. Mudd have been gathering facts helping hopefuls group for next year's CtPARTMtNTANDCOMIHI6HTOUT

tl one vote but was sentenced to life and fighting to claar his name fully end squad learn the techniques of AND LECTURER

t I imprisonment and sent to Ft. Jefferson. completely. Mayor Proclaims SAY SO/ ?'Je William M. Correll, CSBOf



I I'' : What Others Say Save Vision WeekMayor w Cleveland, Ohio


I Smyth D Brohard Member of Th. Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of

; It is surprising how time seems to tale ment, in many cases. has proclaimed the first weekof Christ, Scientist, of Boston, Massachusetts
March "Save Your Vision
: care of most of life's problems, even The psychiatrists uy that the mind! is Week" In as conjunction with the

I :\ though some of them seem insoluble at a wonderful instrument, which gradually sight-saving program of tie'' PLACE

the moment. blocks out unpleasant memories and experiences Venice Are Noon Lions Club.

J t.; Nevertheless, time) Is the greatest and heals over wounds In a Your Observed Vision nationally Week" wee, "Save first First Church of Christ, Scientist

I healer of all, and even the most melancholy beautiful fashion, given adequate time. established last December by ,.

i : j I turn of events can be softened, ,nclt:1 Therefore, w* uggest th'1' >''i,* worriers resolution! a Presidential of Congress authorizing procla t .m..w w 600 West Venice Avenue Venice, FloridaTIME

: I even erased, by the passage of time. and the fretteri relax a bit and eut- mation.
!
t! ': } We mention this because life today live many of life's daily vexations and irritations. The resolution authorized the

1! 'j'f f is I great strain because of the fight for A serene philosophy, based on President to issue annually the"a Sunday Afternoon March
proclamation designating 8 At 3:30 PuMa
: f; the dollar, and the pace today is one knowledge, faith, and ether encouraging!! first week in March of each :

\ :1" 1 1 which has created tremendous mental and thought, will de/ wonders for you, your year a* "Sav Your Vision

j psych, '- !j'cai!: problems, 11 wet i as nervous personality and your health. Try it. Week* wore invite r*by and Congress mayor YOUR( ARE OPfIAI! II.Y INVITED TO ftTTEHrrASE '

:r j disorder, frustration and disillusion-; -UL* WM! News to Law similar proclarrn'uM. -


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I .NPC-/ Club Notes- I Venice East NewsBy Tax Assessor I Insurance Tip From VA I

The
-8)ARGUEJtITE- Methodist
PETERSON hold Ladiea wu> Veterans holding permanent rendered for the full cash value
Republican Club execu. I food! sale their on regular! monthly SALLY STUBBS Ing former associates vacation. Branch OfficeSarasota type GI insurance should consider all protection ceases forever
?e met I 7 from 9.30; till Saturday 2 March Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen are back In their Paddington In> here. Mr and Mrs. James borrowing on the cash because the law prohibits
uvt board, the home President shopping center. p.m. In the Road home. The Aliens come down every year for a few months Moir came from Wellesley, Tax Assessor value of the policy rather than a veteran taking out GI insur.ange .
JIOOII t Schueler. 301 E. Saf- but their plans are to soon be permanent residents here. At Mass Mr. Moir is In the general William County N. Stuart will cashing in the policy when confronted again, Wilson explained.
DorothY Ter. The regular meeting The North Port Woman1 present they spend the rest of the year in East Tawas, Mich, office of the telephone maintain a branch office at with a financial emergency Policy loans can be repaid I
,ill W 11 held, .t 7:30 on: p.m. .t the .' next will hold Thursday its regular afternoon meeting Lake Huron. As an extra n____ _IntM-mt____.-__. th_.-!._ ,v....._.. _Mr..ow. .All_..... .h.. _. Mrs. Jerry Marshall; are from Venice 11 to April City 1 to Hall assist from area March tax The Veterans Administration four per cent is computed on
couch
which taken painting. She is and said today apparently most the balance and is due
Center at March 12, at 1:30: at the Community up study Pittsfield Mr. Marshall Is payers. unpaid
community and cakes .
carried out the Valentine
< nominating commit. Center. Mrs ing under the direction of Kalulka a former officer of the Telephone veteran-policyholders have forgotten annually on the anniversary
urns the present Its slate of of.flcerl. meter is president Paul Pal. and her medium Is watercolors I motif. One little misfit Pioneers In Springfield, The office will be open t s. about the loan provision date of the loan. Should the
Iss, "Ill the club and oils. Since their re- had to be sent away during the Mass. Mr and Mrs Mendall m. to S p.m. dally and from 9 on their permanent type I veteran die before repayingthe
-0- :
have one month to con The Jim Gardner Club turn to Venice East they have party, Pierre Mane's French Colburn and son are from a.m. until noon Saturdays policies, one of the many de. loan in full, the unpaid balance .
\
,iir prepare for meet next Thursday evening will entertained Dr. and Mrs. Judd poodle, couldn't stand the excitement Fitchburg, Mass, where Mr. April 1 is the deadline for sirable features which promp Is deducted from the policy
aojnrin lionstfroand the floor. the center at Austin from Tawas. The Aus and was sent to a Colburn worked for Mr, Ole filing for homestead ted them to convert their original proceeds before the beneficiaries
tins are their neighbor for the duration of before his exemp 5-year term policies many
on
son
'C list will be posted for way to Mexico the retirement. tions. are paid.
I party
month at various points Intha The City Commissioners will and came via Venice to Mr. and Mrs Lester McDonald years ago
one -o- Stuart said the Venice
office
visit the Aliens.Mrs The GI policyholder may
city. meet on Monday evening visited the two families.
SeVeral candidates are exacted March 8 at T at the CommunIty -, -0- The guest lists at the Fran They are from Providence, R. would accept new homestead borrow up to 94 per cent of
to speak at the meeting Center. Brook C. Apper of Iron. da Caverly and Scott Oleson I., and Mr. McDonald was a applications renewals, assist in preparing the cash surrender value of his
_, '..I. ''a in excellent time to ton, Ohio, has arrived at the homes this past week read likea former associate of Mr. Cav help prepare personal permanent type policy and the
and
u.,,t acquainted with the people Harold E. Seall home on Venice New England Telephone and erly. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrongwere and lend intangible tax returns policy remains in effect, although
intend to vote for. East Boulevard. Mrs. Ap Telegraph Co. convention. Mr. here from Dedham, a hand on other the protection is reduced -
tax
rat Republican Club's last NPC per Is Mrs Seall's mother and Oleson and Mr. Caverly are Mass. There must have been matters. until the loan is repaid
nit sale for the year Is la will stay for an Indefinite time. both retired employees of I much shop talk among all Rufus H. Wilson, Manager, VA
pedaled for March 20 from 10 The Sealls are both ardent NET&T and have been co-host- these friends Softball Regional Office, St. Petersburg
Tryouts Florida, explained. Only
golfers and have
in front of Palmer'. Fur they been entertaining
? j Personals GI term insurance has no loan
the a golfing couple
iiturs Store in shopping value, he added but the six
from their former
home in Slated
Charlie
Arquette Weaver SundayTryouts SERViSOFTLOOK
(miW. -0- Xenia. Ohio. Their guests were types of permanent plans
Mrs. Vemone Tracey of West available the loan provis
Mr. and Mrs. Gil Oglivle. Gil carry
flu New England Club held Hyde Park for Softball teams
had ,
her
friend
Id first meeting last Tuesday Ruth Dell from Detroit here Is manages a professional the Xenia and owns and Look Aliue, For Good Reasontelevision both fast and slow pitch, will ion.Once the CI policy is sur
,afternoon at the Community for several days visit. Ruth has Club. Country be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the
Center and 48 former New Just Venice High School athletic
returned from a six month

Enflinders Dorothy Schueler turned has out. beenworking Mr. tour abroad and had many interesting The Albert-0-Honer home on quette of East fame Gate and The Lee close Ar field. April Special .
experiences to share
Sandhurst resemblance Is not without A spokesman for the
to get with Drive 1 I. the scene of group
;>ii dub fr.rfea: the next three Vernone and they spent many family gatherings these i ., good reason either, they're said two leagues would be n MacARTHUR HOTEL
evenings this
week brothers and "Charlie" Is in formed this year for men of all
netting will l be held March 20 days. Although the relatives w
watching color slides she THE BEACH
at took are not houseguests private life Cliff Arquette.Les ages interested in playing eith ON
1 the Community they are
pm.
it on her While
trip. abroad she
Center and officers will be visited In Portugal the British all vacationing the area and who has recently joinedthe er fast or slow pitch. Last year 0 WEEKLY RATE
rtected for the following year Isles Norway, Sweden, Den.mark come and go and get togetherat sales staff of Wolfer Motors the league operated four team. Private Room and Bath with 3 Meals
-all slow
Jin. Schueler is serving as Greece and Switzerland the Homers Mrs. Homer's; has all the warmth, charm pitch. K $40. single<< $65. double
temporary chairman and any. Ruth is an art teacher and I brother, Mr. Robert Gara, is I and humor of his famous brother The number of team. formed
$25. Deposit
information the here from Lehelghton Pat Her and has proved himself to
IM deuring on Mrs. Tracey also taught art for will depend on the interest
dub may phone 436-1700. I many years In Detroit IJs r-ln.law and son, Mrs. Joseph be an accomplished musician shown REGISTER IN MARCH
public at
This Club is for residents of schools Can and son Edward are r a tt with his own orchestra. A native Sunday's practice Ph. 463-5447
t
jarth) Port Charlotte. Mrs. Tracey said that on from Long Island.] Two other I of Toledo, Ohio, Arquette'adance session..
-o71 Sunday she had sisters Joining with the visitors band was one of the
thrill
a big
at the Horners Miss most popular throughout the
North Port Charlotte when Mr. and Mrs. are Kathryn -
George Gara of Venice and area. He is also salesman of ,
Hobby Club met Feb. 24 at the Latchchaw and their two small Mrs. a
Community Center and after sons from Ann Troll of North Port Char. many years experience, having I
BUY
Cleveland Ohio A
,
session lotte. been associated with several
iJn morning of work came for a visit. Mr. Latch-
and eftchanglng of Ideas the shaw Is a famous -o- well-known business firms in
,troop drove up to McDonald's has been playing puppeteerand at the A delightful birthday party the Venice-Sarasota area. DON WATERSOFTENER
ift i Venice and had luncheon to- University of Tampa. His show was given for Marie McAteeby The Arquette family came to
other." Thorn attending were "Quillo," a special children's her mother Mrs. Herbert Venice some 14 years ago
Veadames Tamer Wilson, Lent Theater of America was McAtee Jr., at her home on through Ed Ewing owner and ,
Wisch, Genie Von Reh- by NBC last November.sponsored Venice East Boulevard. LES ARQCETTCIf developer of Mission Valley Estates t

fir|. Anna Xes r, Iva Van- He was one of firs Tracey' For her daughter's eighth I ever there are two exact Jane Arquette and Louise until you see Jack Hill
.\UU, Hazel Klinger, Edna instructors in puppetry and she birthday Mrs. McAtee Invited look-alikes, they are certainlythe Ewing are sisters
Houck. Dorothy Cole, Sophie worked with him in the Institute Marie's playmates from Ven- famous Charlie Weaver of When asked what his hob- SAVE UP TO
lye East and $100.
Himolskr, Olga Johnson Heln classmates from
of Arts In Detroit Mich. ---- ------ bies are Arquette replied "I
Itf, Rose Gogolya, Gladys After their visit here they went her school grade in Epiphany love to play golf, fish and hunt
\lass. Florence Balanov, Kathrrn on to Miami. School. The guests were Lori, Mattress Is WonByMrs.Pfeifer but like so many of us who
Guaranteed For Tiers
Williamson, Mabel Hale, : -o- Patty and Lire Ryan, Karen make this our year-around residence Fully 10
'.imes Wilson A. McPsstlln, Mr. and Mrs. Herman P. Schultz, Jane Sibley Kim and I find all too little time ATBRUHER
rdwin, Walker\ Mary Ellen Furchtsam on Agress Avenue Karen Anderson, Mary Ann to participate In them. much
\"n" Clara Maxwell, Mary entertained house guests re Blair Helen Marie and How as I'd' like to." I GULF-SHAMROCK
icon. Vat Gladys Schofield ard Cheesman, Kevin and Meg It was Mrs. Theresa Pfeifer'slucky Wolfer Motors doesn't have
cently. Their niece and nephew Apt Stlilea{ q m at
md a guest, Mr. Evelyn M. Russell and Laverne Dean Deegan, Beverly and Brenda day at the Home Show I Charlie Weaver on their sales PLUMBING, INC.
and Industrial Exhibit last
foil\ Comber Karen Hazen, Sandra
from Wausau. Wis., enjoyed a staff but they have certainlygot
The Bobby Club meets on visit here and the men especially Hall, Cathy and Margaret Met. week. the next best person and 628 E. Venice Ave Phone 488-4247
ednesday morning from g:30: enjoyed the successful calf. The children played Mrs. Pfelfer, of Brook-to-Bay the nearest fascimile in Lei
a U at the Community Cen- fishing trip with the former games and one guest said "in Trailer Park, 1891 Englewood I Arquette.
' r. All Interested ladies are Everglades guide, Sam Urban- stead of putting the tail on the Rd., won the $159 Spring Air

tied to attend. ski, from Everglades City, The donkey we drew whiskers on Malone back supporter box J Hf.flRjL.''' ''' ____ _,..",.,...___ I
Deans also visited with Mr. the cat" Of course the refreshments spring mattress in the drawing
The World War I Veterans Furchtsam's brother on the were the highlightof conducted by Brltton's house
meet today at :2 p.m. at the east coast and attended the Miami the party and the ice cream of Furniture GIGANTIC WEEK-END
,Community Center Mr. Frank I Boat Show where they TEACH
,lames jj Commander of the purchased a sailboat for their FREE
3 mcle.. twin sons. John and Edward EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

-0- Dean. Other visitors with the
GIFTS
The Greater Pittsburgh Club Furchtsams were Mr. and Mrs. EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
meets tonight at 7:30.: There Frank Smid from Chicago, 111. TRADITIONAL
rue good turn out at the last DOLLARTO
meeting In February and in- II Mrs Frederick Rocks Is recuperating Let ut style your favorite vase A AUCTION
erect is growing In the Club. at her home on Porto of ceramic into beautiful lamps DOORYOUR
Come on out and join the fun. Bello Avenue after undergoing -
I surgery at the hospital in a Ktw!;/ing Restyling PRIZES
The a ,1.1Lamp/ Repair
Quarterly meeting of the St. Petersburg. She is getting
'omen of the First Prnbytpr.IIOturcli along fine now. Work by Eiparienced Designer and HAVEMORE
of North Port Char. --
rte win be held at the Church Mr. A. L. Kelsey" on Herbtn- Craftsmen
Monday, March 9 at 2 p.m. son Street Is still in the Venice THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. AT FUN &
TK executive board will be In Hospital recuperating from a
berg and all four Circles willow heart attack suffered two PRIZES
FLORIDA
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA.
their reports. Mrs. Spen- weeks ago. He hopes to be
r Riley is program<< chair- home seats noon CENTS! BARGAINVllLE
i1IIII.IlI'I.. GALORE!
Frank Stubbs was hostto -

'ternoon.,. Circle 1 last Tuesday A Warm Welcome Awaits You 4 BLOCKS SOUTH OF
and Mrs Ralph Rod-
Tee Wednesday.was hostess to Circle :2"i 4035 South Tamiami Tr. SARASOTA SOUTHGmtHOPPINGTRUCKLOADS


CIrcle 3 meets Tuesday, At
''*arcls 10, at :J p.m. at the
' Of- Merchandise Must Be
Sold
J e of Mrs. Gordon Blend,
'n, Dorothy Ave.
CIrcle FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE
4 meet en Wednes-
'*V.,borne, March 11 at :I pm. at Everything Brand New and Perfect! !
of Mrs. Willard Pick-

mil Members 3M Los of Rios the Circles Street enjoy IT'S FUN TO BID AND BUY AT AUCTION !

< Bible Study and fellowship


our fie With Trinity refreshments-0.-Methodist FANTASTIC SPECIAL I TRAVEL

lurch! official board will meet
jj Tuesday afternoon March BARGAIN POCKET SIZE IRONS 25c

mat tJpm. at the home of Mr. ALL ,

lid shot Mrs Street Frank Carroll 310 BUYS ON a: TRANSISTOR --a With Cord


601 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL APPLIANCES
RADIOS .
JEWELRY.z: ': n 1500 Ft. Beam

.... 5c
SERVICESSAVINGS LUGGAGE -

ttia. SilVERWARE U $100 :z-: Flashlights

I II III IIITAICE ACCOUNTS MORTGAGE LOANS RUGS W Includes .t-I_


U, S. SAVINGS BONDS HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS LAMPS Qe Earphone, Battery .- "Ladv Presto"
I POWER TOOLS en a Carry case

MONEY ORDERS LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SEWING DON'T MISS THIS Ironing B oar d25 C


TRAVELERS CHECKS PARKING LOT MACHINESETC.ETC.ETC Pad & Cover
SPECIAL I !
COMMUNITY ROOM DRIVE-UP AUTO TELLER

A
4*. COME EARLY QUANTITIES LIMITED ON ABOVE ITEMS WHICH ARE SOLD
I A LOOK f INtO untraar
7Ne I! MIRRott AND'v LJ! + t+.ae DURING DEMONSTRATION SALES ONLY

,WOttr Qe SO SUQEtbU Mon Fri. 9 A.M. 3 P.M.

CAM JUD6E, PEOPLE AT HOURS ,r u p

FIRST GLANCE Friday S 8 P.M. iv+t ato SATURDAY U SUNDAYMARCH

' FRIDAY
.ar Insurance program reflectsw F 8

family's fuhr, Let ut at. MARCH 7 EXTRA SPECIAL SALE
'"9 e the right coverage for you MARCH 6 2 GIGANTIC SALES
lit will mirror protection and"wiry 2:30: P.M.

for you and your family.III FEDERAL 7:30: P.M. 2:30: P.M. & 7:30: P.M. DON'T MISS THIS

SAVINGS AND'LQAN ASSOCIATION' EXTRA SPECIAL SALE
rtmi TA
n
:

/DO DOWNTOWN San* MM a I Y'ALL COME LOTS OF FREE PARKING NO MINORS PLEASER4URSDAY


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THE GONDOLIER I 5,1964

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Overbrook Gardens Manasota Life . .. .. .- Talent Contest FAST CLAIM" i
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By MART E. KROIPA Firm FormedA i Week's 'Winners wumt Cell: I
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Mr and Mrs Joseph Machacek of Venisota Road in Manasnta ;' : ; : : : rr :''rAL HUGH
Gardens had a surprise visit from Judge and Mrs Donald group of Venice area Insurance Two vocalists and a youngster salsaa5rus McPHERSON I
Yaeger of Courtland, N. Y., last Friday Judge and Mrs. Yae- men have organized ;-:::-- with a comedy routine P57-IJ7 4884567WE I
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ger and the Machaceks have been friends for as Manasota -- --
many years Life It Casualty Underwriters the winners of this week's ----
the Machaceks retired here from New York. It has been four Inc, with office at i I Jaycee-sponsored were talent con 1
years since the Yaegers have been in this vicinity and 218 South Tamiami Trail test at the Gulf Theater. NEED MORE

tney were surprises to see so returning home they stopped! In The firm members include Winners of the Sunday after I
many changes in our community Englewood to visit with the William P. Toole, Kenneth B noon preliminary (competitionwere '
McBndes, Chadwick Laurence CoblenU Eddie Thomas, a pupilat
Mr and Mrs. Walter Cor- -o-. and Paul E. Sanders Venice Elementary School;
telyou of Bushnell, Ill., who are Mr and Mrs. Ray Leach of It represents a varle'y of George Oesterle, 417 Valencia ,
wintering in pine Island, visit- 1941 San Remo Point Dr, hadas companies and besides general I Rd., and the South Venice Low THESE: CARS
ed with Mr and Mrs. Ray overnight guests Sunday Insurance specializes in group I Notes, a barbershop quartet
Lesch at 1941 San Remo Point Mr and Mrs Ray Hallen of insurance, estate planning, Young Thomas presented a MUST GO !
Dr. Monday. Mrs Lesch is co- Wheeling 111 Mr and Mrs business Insurance and tax takeoff on Andy Griffith witha
owner of the Avenue Apparel Hallen left Monday to go to the counselling monologue entitled "What It
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Shop in Englewood. Keys then over to Bermuda Was, Was Football. Oesterle 63 GaU;e $219900

-0- before returning to Illinois worth, Ohio, returned home by sang "I Forgot To RememberTo '62 Falcon $129900
Mr. and Mrs Edward McBride ," to the accompaniment -
-0- I Forget Her '
plane Monday. She has been a 60 Oldsmobile .
of Neptune Drive have Mrs. Paul Richards of 1891 of his own guitar, $109900
i had as house guests the past Englewood Road fell last week Guy house Woods client of of Mr 1860 and Bayshore Mrs while the Low Notes gave their '62 EconoVan $1399.00
week Mrs. McBride's brother. while in her home and we are rendition of "I've Been Work.in' '60 Corsair .
Dr. Mrs. McEntee is cousinof $59900
In-law and sister Mr and Mrs. sorry she is incapacitated at a y ar On The Railroad" and other '
Thomas Se p from Easton, Pa this writing Mrs Woods. old favorites 59 Chevrolet Wgn $$699.00)
Mr and Mrs. Seip had been -0- -0- The Sunday afternoon com- '55 Ford . $9900
vacationing in Nassau and on Mrs. Wm. McEntee of Wads. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thorp petition was the fifth in a series 55 Oldsmobile .
$16900
of Third Street in Manasota of 13 talent shows plannedby
I Gardens have as house guests the Jaycees. The final showon '60 Pontiac .. $129900
O FRIDAY C 0 R A L For a few days, Mr, and Mrs. April 26 will be a contest '59 Lark .. ... $299.00
Ed Evans of St. Louis, Mo. .
finalists
SATURDAY between the nine semi Renault
62 ...... $79900
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in three preliminary runoffs.
SUNDAY OFeofaring '60 Comet .. .,.. .
We are happy to have new BIG WATER SOFTENER City Planning $566,000 waterworks expansion program. Contestants still are being $78500
tenants in our community Director Paul A Youngberg (front) and Engineer The raw water from the well fields will be sought for three of the April '57 Ford .. .. .. $285.00
E M M Y LOU I U They are Mr. and Mrs Robert William Llndh check on the progress of pumped through aerators into the clarifier shows, with entry blanks avail- '62 Comet . $1485.00
Martin from Bellville, Mich. Gulf Theater or by
the 140.000 gallon clarifier which will purify tank where impurities will be removed and able at the '
N Their new address is 18C8 Bay. 2589 488 2773 for 54 Oldsmobile $65.00
POPULAR SONGSTRESS and soften Venice city water in the new the softening chemicals Introduced. calling 488- or "
I shore Drive. information '64 Chevrolet . $286900
Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage I G Proceeds from the shows '61 Chevrolet . $1199.00
I To reduce the danger of Knudsen Speaks Nokomis/ will be donated to the building
At Popular Prices E bends, deep sea divers breatha NettingBy fund of the Loveland School '62 Ford Pickup $1199.00

VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAil mixture of oxygen and hel At CB Meeting for Retarded Children. First '56 Oldsmobile . $299.00
urn. MARY ALICE MURRAY in the contest is a Mercury -
= Pinch prize '62 Rambler .... $1399.00
d 1. Sgt Whitey Knudsen, Florida ( Hitting for Bertha Perkins) outboard motor valued at
Highway Patrol safety officer, It is nice to report that Mr. George Scudder of Nokomis $273, second prize is $50 and '57 DeSoto ,. ... $599.00
"These Are My People! spoke on the perils of thoughtless East is discharged from the hospital and at home, and we are third prize $25. '63 Rambler . $1599.00
rapidly from his
sure recovering recent heart attack
to, driving to members of the
THIS IS ONLY A
Venice Area Citizens Band -0- Chapter
** IS WELL WE DON HAVE CHARLIE WEAVER Club at the March meeting Mrs Lyda Natale! Padua Court, has had her brother and HMS PARTIAL LISTING'!
wife visiting: from Arkansas lately We hope they here
e of ON OUR STAFF BUT VvT DO HAVE HIS Knudsen illustrated his talk long enough to real are Will Meet Tuesday
with a color motion picture enjoy our old friend, Mrs Roger C BILL PHILLIPS
BROTHER depicting death on the high good weather.. Haas, with her last week. She Mrs. Raymond Eves, assisted -
.0- returned to Miami and was to by Mrs Bert Tremaynewill ,
LES MQUETTEe way.Fifteen new members Joinedthe The had Frank Estella Vandewatershave Vandewaterwith take a trip to Nassau and be hostess to the HMS FORD GO
young radio club at the them from shortly return to Miami. It is Phoebe Chapter Daughter of
Monday night meeting in the Y She has also Rochester been N. nice to hear that people like the British Empire, Tuesday 1562 So. Tra1 48847877Ae
r>! */ re happy to anno'""><* that LES Is now community room of First Fed her daughter, Mrs Hinton visiting from Mrs. Haas, though staying in The meeting will be at her Most Affordable fords/
eral Savings and Loan Venice I Miami some winters from Wat home, 345 Glen Oak Road, VenIce In Florida""
.. .. selling for branch. Chuck Harmon, mem- i Georgia -.0- ertown, N. Y.. is entranced Gardens, at I:30 p.m.
bership officer, has advised with our West Coast beaches --
Mr and Mrs Earle Huxley Next winter thereafter,
and
persons with membership
V/OLFER/ MOTORS ING blanks to mail them to him at have had a pleasant surprise will probably be around Venice VENICEUPHOLSTERY
visit from Mr and Mrs
617 North Trail, Venice, Fia Peter or Nokomis and has been

RAMBLER 915 South Trail Venice DODGEUSED Guests included members of Court Moll of, Bradenton Southern Pines Trailer stay looking about for a place to & DRAPERYAnnounces
Venice Composite Squadron of
CARS NEW TRUCKS -0- ...0-
the Civil Air Patrol. Mrs John Romer had her ,.'
Locally our little card group

met at the Eldon Weyricks this ANOTHER SERVICE past week. A good time was
had by all and we realize how r :: 7
short the time is for you, Ar VENETIAN
dis, and hate to see your departure
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SEE THE BO soon.

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Mrs Clara Luckman, sister 2 ?;
of Mrs John Schiller, has returned ,
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gSDAT, MARCH 5. 7964'T_ fl E BOrlDOCIE PAST SEVEN


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Annual Girl Scout Week Begins Sunday;






Local Troops Plan Varied Activities I






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Scheduled For MondaySome rbr1 q>


+ zt 175 area Girl Scouts and east to Arcadia. It Includes
will appear at their churches Neighborhood 5, which includes
t Sunday in uniform, first activity Venice, and also covers Arcadia
,i a e 4 in the celebration of Girl Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte ; ,
.e Scout Week, March 8 through and Englewood t Aa pOl

14.The The Council receives its orders 44 t
week of activities, made from the national Girl -
official in Venice Monday by Scouts of America offices in
the signing of a proclamationby New York and the regional office
-------- Mayor Smyth Brohard, will In Atlanta

OFFICERS of Venlce-Nokomls Repub- garet Cusbey, Behind them, left to right, Include a flag ceremony Mon Mrs. Gibbs and Mrs. Cutlerare
Wc-nen's Club were installed yesterday are Mrs. Harry Barker, first vice-president; day at 4 p.m. in Hecksher Council board membersand

John T Salmon of St Petersburg, Mrs Kirkwood Tischler, treasurer; Mrs Park, across from Venice City serve as vicepresidentand
1- of the National Federatlon'i mem- Marion Rudolph, secretary, and Mrs William Hall. Members of all of the sev- troop consultant, respectively

I> committee The retiring president, C Bose, second vice-president. Not pictured en troops of Senior, Cadet, Junior Mrs. Boyd has recently :
\ Carl Hamilton right is shown turning Is Mrs. Robert B, Eldredje, corresponding and Brownie scouts will taken over duties as troop organizer $ ri
the gavel to her successor, Mrs. Mar secretary take part. for the Council. Mrs c -

.. Individual troop recognitionof Donald B. House of Port Charlotte -
__ ". or .- the meaning of the week will is Neighborhood S chair

I St. Pete Artist be made by various ceremonies -
II conducted by each troop at man.Mrs.
BT DOROTHY CIYNORO Gibbs has been In d
I its meeting during the week. Scouting for 13 years, having 4y

Women's Editor Lectures HereFinal Scouting in the Venice area, organized the Mariner TroopIn r
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: .n for the girls, began in 1937 1950. Mrs. Cutler joined her .

J. Phone Items to 488-5808 painting demonstrationof when Mrs. Lota Mundy and the next year. They took eightof ; ,

\ the season for the Venice- Miss Dellena Jelks organizedthe the members to Cuba in il .
I Nokomis Art Assn. will bring first troop, before the Gulf 1960 and Mrs. Gibbs took fourto -- -

a+++r .wr.v artist LeRoy Nichols of St. Pet- Coast Girl Scout Council Mexico the following year. SCOUT LEADERS, with from 11 years experience Gibbs Jr., and Mrs. Edward Vitale Back
Most deceptive street any., Mary Jo and Laurel Jean. ersburg .here Monday.He (which now Includes Venice) The troop disbanded in 1962. to relative newcomers to scouting row, left to right: Mrs Louis Jacobs, Mrs.

here, that we know of, is Mark Is now enrolled in Epiphany will demonstrate his approach was formed. There were 7 Two more troops were form- will conduct ceremonies for area Girl Scouts G. S. Keeter, Mrs. Jud Curwood and Mrs
;since Avenue anytime after School (he is the eldest to individualism, working members, including Mrs. Pat ed here in 1948, led by Mrs. this week in celebration of National Girl R. L. Surencamp. Unable to be present for I

pm, Most of us can remem- of the four) and possibly Mrs. in oil. The program will be Wimmers Simpson, Mrs. Virginia Dick Rich and Mrs. George Scout Week. Gulf Coast Council members and the picture were other troop leaders, Mrs
tt our first visit here and a Peterman and the children will held at Venice Civic Center at Ponder Higel and Mrs. Botts Jr., who started the first troop leaders, above are; Seated, left to John West and Mrs. George Wheeler Jr., and
Pat
tie down that street window- become a welcome addition to 7:30 p.m. and a donation of 50 still Orr active Patton Mrs. Patton is Brownie troopMembers right, Mrs. George Boyd Jr. Mrs. George Gulf Coast board member Mrs. Sam Cutler
of Mrs. Rich'stroop
as a troop leader,
of swiming
after a day our cents be
will from '
> requested
impin and sunning. It seemed community..o- I attending non-members. in Sarasota scouting who still are in the area Beecher and Mrs. Jud Cur. by Kiwanis Club, meets on by the Lions dub, meets at
now, like the i Seven Troops Here are Mrs. R. L. (Hider) Anderson wood. Thursday afternoons at Catholic Catholic Youth Center on Monday
and does Mrs. Emmy Reillv of Nokomis -
KB village which "rollsp Nichols was born in Pittsburgh -I The present seven-troop roster Mrs. Donald (Bowden) Cadets Troop 7, sponsored by Youth Center. Leaders are afternoons. Leaders are
rurbial arrived in New York
sidewalks" after sun- N .Y., and was educated I' includes one senior, one cadet Crawford and Mrs. Shirley the Does, meet at Jane Britton' Mrs. Raymond Duke, Mrs. Edward Mrs. William Burke and Mrs.
the isn't around long, Tuesday on the last lap of her at the U S. Military Acad- three Junior and two (Rich) Aokl. home on Tuesday nights, Vitale and Mrs Sam Her- George Wheeler Jr.
in. One he finds out journey home, after a European emy at West Point, Ringing Brownie troops, averaging 25 Experienced Leaders and are led by Mrs. Cutler and Brownie Troop 240, sponsored
vet before and inactivity tour of four or five School of Art, University of members to a troop. : Several of the present troop Mrs. R. L. Surencamp. ron.Junior Troop 305, sponsored by St. Mark's Episcopal
ut t the quiet months. Last stop there was Florida, Amagansett School of Three area women, Mrs leaders have had more than Junior Troop 75, sponsored by Grace Methodist Church Church, meets at the churchon
,at reign there are complete- Rome where she visited with Art and the Leslie Posey George Gibbs Jr., Mrs. Sam five years experience in local by Rotary Anns, meets on Mon- meets at the church on Tues Tuesday afternoons. Leaden
of this busy-as-can- .
inpicat her daughter and soninlaw.She School of Sculpture.He Cutler Jr and Mrs. George scouting. day afternoons at Venice Civic day afternoons. Leaders are : are Mrs. Louis Jacobs and
e town after dark. If there should be home in a few has exhibited in several Boyd Jr., are active on the Leaders of Senior Troop 93, Center. Troop leaders are Mrs. Mrs. G. S. Keeter, Mrs. Ed- Mrs. A. Bradford Smith''
it something going on at days. one-man shows and has won Gulf Coast Council. The Coun- which meets on Wednesdaystwice John West and Mrs Charles ward Van Pelt and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Edward Vitale h in
IT or the schools or lodges, -o-. numerous awards throughout cil Is the ruling body In the a month at Gulfbreeze A. Cowan. Edmundson. charge of local scouting publicity
',en the community rooms of Which reminds us that Mrs. Florida. He lives with his wife area from Bradenton to Naples Hotel, are Mrs. Raymond Junior Troop 139, sponsored Brownie Troop 91, sponsored .
K banks and loan associations Carl Hamilton of San Marcd and daughter in Sarasota and
humming, or the private Street mill be off soon for- teaches at his studio and the

id jbi.ion or any the Civic street Center, however In and of what this-a woman barge hasn't trip dreamed down- Art Club in St. Petersburg Duplicate Pinochle Rules Miss Maryann Greene Weds

He is member of ManateeArt
jrt will have several cars the Nile in Egypt. This somehow a I
League the Art Club of St.
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lied at some house where a conjures up the most
neeor bridge party Is in pleasant thoughts.We Petersburg, Sarasota Art Gerhard Weber In New York
Assn, Longboat Key Art Assn.
swing' As we said, it'si -0- ,
; : shout the most deceptive Into three nice the National Federation of Art To Be Used In TournamentA i
't". and town, one can find. couples ran down from Toledo very the and the Florida Artist Group. Mrs. Ella R. Greene of at First Presbyterian Churchin
here ever was a small townc ice announces the ven'l Forest Hills, N. Y.
other night who are, us a couple
I
J something for her daughter, Maryann, The is the son of Mr
ace is it. everyone trio (if there is such a thing) Mrs. Paul Taylor new way of playing pinochle duplicate bridge rules and will Miller, also of Point Pleasant, I Gerhard W. Weber on Jan. 30 and Mrs.groom Wilhelm Kircher of
touring Florida for a few worked Bernard I of Richard of .
out by permit the lovers the gameto 4U4 points; Doyle -- ----- -----
Heilbronn West ,
-0One months. They met because of Freedman, may well start a compete nationally for top East Orange, N. J. and Walter Germany
of the activities that Is their interests in both trailer Heads UVFD AuxMrs. country-wide duplicate compe- honors.At Wolf of Venice, 40 points The bride came to Venice

jprisincly popular around vacations and in square dancing tition habit for the game, aa the up-coming tournament East-West Positions 1 Venetian Court with her family in 1949! and attended

re, considering the fact that and have had a most en- Paul Taylor was elect- it has in bridge. total points for each Charles Newell of Philadelphia Venice High School. She
"r man Florida town is a be ed of Ladies Aux- majored in journalism at the
joyable Florida tour. They'll president The rules, worked out by player in the three sessions will and Carl Schoenholtz d'
ftirement town," is square here the rest of the month iliary of the Union Volunteer Freedman over period of be tabulated and trophies will Connersville, Ind tied with University of Florida and was
mat. There are two Tues. (There should be an unwrittenlaw Fire Department of Nokomis several years and a taught to be awarded to the four top Mrs. H. B. Shaw, Englewood, Sets MeetingsI graduated with honors in 1957. M
;11 night groups, the Old about women having more at the group's Monday meet other Venice players, beginning winners. Trophy winners last and Carl Raush of Schoharie, Since that time she has lived
"rat, Club which at the (in New York City where she
' meets than one purse, because their ing.Other in 1960, will be used in year were Abe Mandel and N. Y. for first place with 49 tt
.I.C Center, and the Gardened names are in another purse at new officers are; Mrs. the 2nd Florida Pinochle Charles Newell of Philadelphia points; Arthur Brooks of Rah I meetings are on the is an editor on the World and

who gather at Venice home, so we shall recap with John W. Ham, vice-president; Championship Three-day Tournament way, N J. and Jack Goldy of month's agenda of Venetian Its People series, published by
ardens) Recreation Center that next week.) Mrs. William K. Boatner, secretary here Tuesday through Freedman, a resident of Cleveland, .Olt points; Mrs. Court 39, Order of Amaranth, Greystone Press.

'ten Saturday nights, the I -a- and treasurer, and Mrs. I Thursday at Venice Civic Center I Toronto, Ontario, Canada is in Naomi Darrow of Cleveland beginning with an installationrehearsal Mr. Weber came to this country .
K'oni and Bows dC dances I Pleasant to announce visitors Elmer Wiltse, chaplain. 1 Venice for approximately six and William Kozin of Harper tomorrow in 1958 He is employed] in
Englewood, there is a months each Incumbent and newly elected the International Division of
I -awful to announce depart- Players here, who meet year. Woods, Mich. 39'i\ points; Mrs.
.fly sprinkling of square ures, however necessary, The at Venice Civic Center Further information about Mae Newsome of Albany, Ga officers will meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow Charles Pfizer, Inc., New York
weekly
ores at the Thursday night HAY Meets MondayAt the tournament be obtained at Masonic Temple for City.
Frank A. Dratzes have boughta during the season, have form- may and August H. Wemzel of New
J States Club. It is not at by him At the first rehearsals. A special election is home in
condominium in Fort Lauder- Mark'sVenIce ed pinochle club which lists calling Jersey, 38'/\ points.Delamarters, The couple at the
Saint a
J unusual to see weekly vls- will be held on March 13 at 8
dale (their son lives there on 50 members. session one may choose any Jackson Heights section of New
rot from Sarasota, and points his boat) and will be leaving Hospital; Auxiliary Freedman approximately started the partner; at the second session p.m. at the Temple to fill the York City after a honeymoon
Jr rt. and from as far south within the next two weeks. Volunteers will meet Mondaynoon checked the national publishing group partners will be paired from Host office vacancies.On in the Berkshire Mountains.

'fort i Myers at these dances. Their lovely Robert St. home is at St. Mark's Episcopal houses and rules expertsFor among the winners and they March 14, Mrs. Faye Nor-

wl, dancing, too, being sold already, and though they Church parish hall. possible duplication of the must exchange partners at the man will be general chairmanof
:ught "for free" by the have only been here for a few Members bringing guests are game and came up with a third session, Freedman said the installation service St. Raphael's Men
arkIt'1 on Wednesday (we years, we surely hate to see requested to notify Mrs. Joseph workable duplicate system At the weekly I tournamentheld I Nocturne Club which will be held at 8 p.m. at

m to think this was an old- them go. Bon voyage, and all Feytel, hospitality chairman, which is beginning to be usedin Tuesday at 9 a m. at Venice the Temple
toned Set Dinner t
' term for ballroom that, to two fine persons 'andmay ] before Saturday noon. Civic Center, top winners On March 21 a rummage Sunday
wng) U creating another they return often for Members are to bring their other cities. and scores were: sale will be sponsored by the
"V: ot devotees hereabouts. visits. own sandwiches The set-up is similar to the North-South PositionsMr Meeting Tuesday group at 120 West Venice Ave. ENGLEWOOD Men of the

'lost astonishing aspect of and Mrs. Abe Mandel, From 8 a.m. to S p.m. Mrs. Holy Name Society of St. Raph
'!* gatherings is the very, 55Ya points; A. G. Campbell of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Dela- Fredus Boda will be in charge. ael's Catholic Church will sponsor

."Iry""healthy look of those par- I Last Art Assn. Show Of Season Opens Sundayhas I Venice and Dave Rapp of South manor, recently returned from Last meeting of the month a roast beef dinner SundayIn
"nr. Fun, too Fallsburg, N. y 53 points; a world tour, will present a will be the regular business the parish hall.

-0- done considerable serious Leslie Heath of Venice and program of International music meeting on March 27 at which The affair will be open to the
visitors are still swelling our Venice-Nokomis Art Assn. While in Brazil she studied and is director of Henry Metz of Venice, 50 for the Nocturne Hour Music the newly installed officers will public with serving from noon
exhibits with Pedro Bruno and Edson painting a
*, will wind up its gallery points A. S. Porter of Point
most pleasantly. The ; Club Tuesday.The take over their duties until 3pm.
.."tar Wallaces of for the season with a show, Motta and taught her own the association. Pleasant, N. J. and D. M. will be at 8
Casey Key meeting p.
The third exhibitor, Dorothea
featuring classes. She had two one-man
i* Sunday,
hosts
; to a long-time friend, beginning m. at the Delamarter home on
shows in Rio de Janeiro and Thompson of Englewood, recently
local artists.
* three
ipj Drew of Farmington, N. show Avenlda La Palma in Nokomis
had at
a one-man
't appeared in joint exhibitions Blue Army Arranges
They of Tatiana McKinney,
were erstwhile neigh- Works Mrs. Delamarter will presideat
honorable both Venice and Sarasota galleries
01'1. He is a state Charles F Mink and Dorotheaof there. She received two the organ. '
engineer Federal Savings
of
Sarasota CommunionThe
in the 1950 Church
mentions
o1id is U.S. KEDETTES
here will be shown.
on vacation. Englewood Salon and the Catholic and Loan Assn. She is During the business meeting,
-0- A reception from 4 to 6 p.m, National Salon of 1955. also a director and vicepresident Blue Army of Our Ladyof conducted by Mrs. J. K. Hill,

_1in Irwin Yerkes ot 418 will open the exhibit. be Mrs.in Her University residence In Greece, of the association.In Fatima of Epiphany Catho- president, officers will be elect- OUT mesh wedge with instant comfort
denote Road Is doing a bit Robert Handley will from 1958 to 1962 permitted her addition to her paintings lice Church will receive corporate ed for the 1964-65 season.
;entertaining these charge, assisted by Mesdames exhibit Mrs. Thompson will communion at a 7:30 a.m. The hymn of the month will
there.
too. show
days and ,
Brad- to study, teach Il'i man Tdt Meond bile his
John dip Kettles
and Virginia Schroder Charles Betikofer, here her first show a case of her metal, enamel mass Saturday. be "Oh Sacred Head Now yon asset wedge,
"en two of the\ lucky ones Ish, Clinton Tooley and Misses Upon coming at ,Dartmouth and glass creations, in After the service, Mrs. Elmer Wounded." The club is a memo fooll feel wonderful Decline the special inner sole sod the solid

, *. !ook In the Mardi Gras Frances Whitcomb and Louise major College show and from was the show, she which mediums she worked Wolf will lead the group ber of the National Federation wedge bed are designed la cuihlon you walk And the/,thable

' viUes In New Orleans and Whitcomb. several paintings to the primarily before she began in prayers for peace and a de- of Music Clubs.A open'weir* fabric k designed to keep yon snot Come, lee for
sold
ea their return, Mrs. Yerkes'miam' Mrs. McKinney was top college's collection. painting, seriously, afte< coming votions service in honor of Our social hour will be held younelf lod.il Hun t Medium width,like >n V.s.KedeUetBLITCH'S
; Mrs Fred Anderson of place winner in the recent heldat association Charles Mink will exhibit his to Englewood. Lady of Fatima. after the meeting.
' Members Show

'ur4olaw J! York, City Mrs.and her daugh- Sarasota Federal Savings realistic work done in oil-water -_." _.._. ___-6.J 4.... t""" 'n_ .___ ...... .,
" Donald And- bornin color and charcoal. He was an
": arrived for a visit. The and Loan Assn. She was architect by profession, asso-
educated in Riga,
and
of them went' to the East Russia dwith Carson and Lundin
for Latvia where she studied art ciate ASK DAD-HE KNOWS!
hoot few days. Mrs" Vinagradov. and John Russell Pope of New
i i H Anderson; returned with Professor Samuel Will of Chicago. He was a lug Fdua tvswOtt wsotgr
wine last She and her husband,
I week Arriving Sat- their member of the American Institute THE URGE TO ESCAPE FROM THE WORRY STRUGGLE
bar at the Henry McKinney, since NOISE AND TENSION -, ([rly
studied
Yerkes and
home will of Architects
't Miss I marriage In 1928, have lived In OF CITY LIVING-
Louise Hachmeiater'a Union and Mechanics
''a I Washington, D. C. (she was England, Brazil and Greece. at Cooper Institute and at American THE DREAMS OF A SUBURBAN COUNTRY ESTATE AS HIS OWN PRIVATE
FDR''I They came to Venice last year, I HAVEN OF SECURITY
rid staff for many years, retirement from the Beaux Arts of New York

'4rs. Frances en on Kelly '.anafn- U.upon S. his State Department. City. Since his retirement, he I THE NEED TO EXPEND A BIT OF ENERGY SEEDING PLANTING AND GROW. 0

duute t for > ING THE BEAUTIFUL/ FLOWERS, SHRUBS, TREES AND FRUITS THAT ONLY ,
; Itay. Son Bob too, u FLORIDA CAN PROVIDE TO BEAUTIFY HIS ESTATE. .'r
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home .. INSTALL -
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college.t E A Visit Inspection and Purchase at
!o! are Street WEATH RTRON
fS Gusack
7 t ;
Harbor 9
'JrJJ III Drive is hos- MISSION VALLEY ESTATES
1-,1, her brother and slstertr All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP '

'I tr,* i"SAF. MaJ. Gen. andy LAURa ROAD EAST LAUREL FLORIDA
I Clair Street of Lusby,
v "t an Indefinite stay. HEATING / e Will prove the best tnvectment yea will war make in land. The seven hundred cm BEALL'SSHOE
of developed/ estate parcel: will appeal l to all who want a
'J/t"eels have visited henTbe- minimum of OM acre for a hometit.

'rltl1daand i have made many Ettat parcels are. priced: at far /IMS than city: 10+.. Reasonable down payment STORE Department Store I t
a the
area, and attractive terms 209 W. Venice Ave. VENICEDOWNTOWN

\fie 1a at th:Anthony Elm Yes Aft Invited ft new Me Foroctirtt Jimpt bf T*. Wiw/od ran SHOPPING

:' 409 Mahon CORP I Sky Divers Every Switfoy
d her dlUehter, Joan Drive Petermaare -B359 VENICE CENTER 111 G Ga
Xent Venice. PU. 48.
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TAGE EIGHT THE D O LI E 'r



Johnson Girls Keep T Typical/ 1 7H Teenage Quarters I BPW Members I TV Star Shows ;I.1



N w.a MGWr w el M White House Will Hear Talks Film TonightI


Rooms Are Full By CandidatesSouth Sunken treasure ship. Navy Citation with three cluatery.
frogmen and voodoo dancer I As a writer and TV star.
e candidates will be featured in Col. John has published several book?
M Of Girl StuffBy for Sarasota County commissioner Crai,'* film, "Over and I the beat-known of whichS
ro 44 county at the Under the Caribbean" at Gulf "Danger Is My Business.'. (IJ
will be guest speakers
,'t a rw LYDIA BICKFORD dinner meeting of the Venice Theater today at 8 p.m. has appeared as the star IM\
of "I
narrate the narrator Search
will for
Associated Press Reporter Area Business and Professional Col. Craig M.
venture,
the "Kingdom
Wednesday at film which he took in Haiti of the
Club
Women' "
WASHINGTON -The room Steak House. Virgin Islands, Bimini, Grand Sea "Danger Is My BUM,
of Lucy and Lynda Johnson in Early The evening Wynn's wilt begin witha I Caymen and the Dry Tortugas. ness" and many of ABCs "tl-
the White House look very and His appearance here 1 I. being peditlon" TV aeries produL
C social hour at 6:30: p.m.
much like any teenage girl's. the Optimist tions.
served at 7 I sponsored by
,. dinner will be p.m.
School book are tossed hastily of Robert Bay as the Col. Craig Is holder
I 4 alttiysr 6 ") on the beds. There are likely backgrounds Reviewing and their giving respective their i iI fifth Club In its series of adventure Academy Award for his undetl.!
r 4 I to be abandoned shoes on I local will' films. Proceeds will go toward water photography and sou
problems
'views on
the floor. Bottles of hair spray I the first photographer to
be Masel Huston, Floyd Potter: the'construction of a Lyceum mike
and containers of rollers are I I combat 'natural color movies
1\\ of Englewood Robert Wrightof CoL Craig flew 35 I of the
r visible. Record are every Manasota Key and Charles missions with the USAF during ocean floor. He has been nog.
where. inated for three
} Schmitt of Venice Gardens. WWII a* a photographer. TV "Emau"
In their room set 'Just a bit He was granted the Legion of awards.
apart in the family living. Member sr Invited to bring the Distinguished Flying
the White House' guest and should make their Merit
quarters on with four
I Cross, the Air Medal
bf second floor, Lucy and Lynda reservations by Monday by Oak Leaf cluster, the Purple Kids Krusadc
Mr. Elizabeth Cunningham -
can forget they're national figures calling with three battle stars
Heart
and 'just be themselves Florida Pines Mobile and the Distinguished Unit
Favorite costume for the Park. Begins Sunday .
Johnson girl when they're relating -
at home are ,jeans and i
sweat shirts. Lucy who's been Contract Bridge Club n
*
dating Wisconsin freshman

f Jack a University Olsen of appropriately Wisconsin shirt.has ....,l ._ ...".....,...........'.......... .-..-...._ -,-- =_. 1 National GameVenice I-. pa
Co-Sponsors
*Fo ypti Lynda who Is engaged to Ensign DESPITE the ever-present Secret Service agents, Lucy menages I

Navy Bernard shirt, Rosenbach and conversely, hasa dates with University of Wuisonsin freshman Jack Olson. Contract Bridge Club ed to top pairs nationally and

a Sink Navy number which she she rises, breakfast In the keep looking neat without so will be co-sponsor of the Nat- to highest over-all district
bought when the University of kitchen of the family quarters, much attention. ional Charity Game tomorrowat winners with the Malburn-
.,
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"" '1' '1 ''' Y'' J" "' Inn, Sara- Howe Silver trophy going D
'f white
Texas played Navy in football and then hops into her When it comes to clothes buy. 8 p.nat Holiday
The
LYNDA, shown here on the White House portico, combine The girl will soon have a Corvair to drive to school, a Ing both girl choose "what sota. the local winners.master game point
sectional
I classes at George Washington University with social duties a* recreation room of their own Secret Service agent in the father likes." Other participating sponsorswill has a
the President' daughter. when the third floor solarium back seat. School begins Father likes straight skirts be the Bradenton, Sara- rating.
used by Mrs. John F. Kennedyfor promptly at 8:05: and she' and bright colors and often sota and other Venice area This duplicate tournament is
her nursery school, i* re- rarely home before five to come back from trips bring clubs. The game Is under the unique in that the same hands
furbished. Then gregarious kick off her shoes, and havea ing dresses for his three wom- auspices of the American Con- will be played throughout the
Secretaries :
Swim In-7 MeetIn Lucy who' likely to bring the half-hour gab session with en. When he was in Finland, he tract Bridge League. I hand ti'o '.
Joint SessionThe gang home after classes, can her mother. returned with brightcoloreddresses of the Venice country. The are pre. .
o/ have a place for some swinging Lynda 1* at the universityfrom and on a recent trip to The weekly game for March 8 at dealt and pre-analyzed. At the
WaterAT Venice Chapter of Nat-- music and storage in the 9 to 12, and 1* on call California, chose striking ranch : Club set has been i conclusion of the game printed
Civic Center
ional Secretaries Assn. will Ice box for soft drinks. during the afternoon if her colthe Venice i of the hands will be
members analyses
have a combined business and School Comes First mother needs her help with social Thanks to their mother'straining cancelled so may I
social meeting with the Manatee participate in the charity func distributed so that those par
The demands of the academic functions. both girls have been
Warm Mineral Chapter on April 7 in the world come first with the Follow Father's Tales "biil\ -conacious" for some time. tion. ticipating may compare their
community room of Sarasota Johnson girls. Lucy' mother Of the two, Lucy is more They've handled their own personal Proceeds will go to the bidding and play with that suggested ---
Federal Saving and Loan checked with the headmistress finances including drawing American: Cancer Society and
Springs Assn. clothes conscious and Lynda by the analyzing ex The Rer and Mrs. WeDaIC
of the Cathedral School before more frugal. Neither Is inter- checks and working on United Cerebral Palsy Assn.
Plan were made at the her daughter was allowed to ested in closets full of glamour their Income taxes for several Last year's game, held at Ven- perts. An eight-day "Kid's !Kzoe
12 Milet South of Venice meeting of the group Mondayat the invitation business ice Gardens Recreation Center, of Von sade conducted by The
accept to reignas clothes, but Lucy pays more :years. Lynda gained extra At least 20 members Rev
OnUS41 I the home of Mrs. S. G. De- queen of the Shenandoah attention to the way she looks. experience one summer raised $350 for the Institute of ice Contract Bridge Club will and Mrs. David M. Wellari,
Lao, 428 S. Armada Road. Apple Festival. Permission was She likes her new long pageboy when she worked at her moth- Logopedirs and the National take President R. V. will begin at Venice Assembly
granted for Lucy to take two t and sets her hair daily. er's radio station KTBC, as Multiple Sclerosis Society. part, of God Church Sunday
days off, if she made up the Lynda's bubble cut is easier to just another Girl Friday. ACBL trophies will be award. Handley said. The evangelist have brew
work on two following Satur conducting children's smic*
day mornings.. for many years and for tile
Lynda' studies are two-fold, For Girls State Jobs past five have devoted their
she spends three day a weekat Six Compete lime almost exclusively M
George Washington University these crusade
Small Sign Oervlce and than takes two correspondence The service feature pap

courses through the pets, a treasure chest, gospel

488-6690 which University she recently of Texas transferred., from This Summer At FSU In Tallahassee I magic and novelty pictured musical stories! ,inept belts

A keen student of history and : ments and treats.
an avid reader, she get high
Sunday's services win be it
4&Ho. Service JoU J. Usron marks with ease. Six Girl Slate' candidateswill of representing Venice at Girls Connie Jean AH, Bonnie Anne there were 2,800 contributors to 10 and 11 am and 7 p-m.
Luc,'* day begins at 7 when appear before American State at Florida State University Au, Sally Capasso. Carol Austin the fund with a total of $410 collected Weekday service will begun
I I and Norma Owen. Chosenon for disabled veterans
Legion Auxiliary Unit 150 Monday : Tallahassee this summer. I at 7:30: p.m. Each service lasts
: the basis of leadership, and their families. The drive approximately one hour
to for the honor They Linda Stevenson .
are
compete
--- character, courage honesty was held Feb. 28 29. Parent are encouraged t la

carc0-i burn ? 2fiC -X ;* scholarship physical fitness cooperativenessand they were Mrs., report George that Kaup a special president come Rev. with Victor their Maurice children, pastor, The

( High you up ) VENICE MOVIE LOG High recommended School faculty by the for Venice the membership asks all drive members is underwayand to assist said.

GULF THEATRE TROPICAL competition.From and report the new members -
the six the auxiliary to her at the Monday
Twilibt. O.ITr.m DRIVE-IN THEATRE membership will select two by meeting. It will be held at 8
Need constant >AND Find NDFB Bmrftt"OVER THE Cads ... SfttvrdarW.H vote of those present after the p.m at the Legion Hall. Young Vogue
CARIBBKAN Ufcnirl girls speak on "Why I Would The drive will end March 20.
fe'
BIG RED-
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doctoring Like to Be a Girls State Rep A special award will go to
H ---
High repair costs got yon Frtdar ..< s......,. "CITE WEEKS IN A BALLOON" resentative. Mr. Richard Eighth District president, Mrs 223 W. Venice Awe
IiI'' feeling low?Rambler has the ,"MOVE OVER DARLING". Sauerwine is chairman of the Louis Fisher of Punta Gorda,
.
vllk Port DfSinuUr
JMM GMMr seeds and MOIl' '
OJ ruggedneas of Advanced Unit TBS LONG. HOT 8LMMEB project if the district of which Venice
I J Construction; keeps runningso ran Wrtim, wlikt Mrs Carl Klrkley Poppy i is a part is top winner in the
faithfully it's America'sParalyzed CHARADB" hA N..._.. act Jaa..a weedadweb Days chairman, reported that! state membership drive.

by top-celling Ompect.payments .11. Monk M W. .. II
.
c... Grant and Aidrar N.pb.r. ? ve ..

? Mrs. Lewis Hester Elected
Squeezed dry every month?
Rambler American savings include Only Rambler gives you all.. three
America's lowest price*, extra-value features at no extra cost
low upkeep. Price comparisons g Stronger Advanced Unit roiMtrurlion V Double. DECKHOUSERESTAURANT Episcopal Churchwomen Head
baaed on manuCacturera'sarel Brake system V Roof-Top Travel Rack on 5 of I
suggested retail price* for Rambler's wagona"Deep.Dlprulltproollll< lowest-pruxd models' Armored. exhaust Many many morel president of Episcopal Church- and Mrs. Maurice Marr, UTO
women of St. Mark' Church, custodian.
NOW OPEN elected at the group' meeting Delegates elected to the annual
Tuesday.She convention to be held at
Get cool savingsGet succeeds Mr. Sidney Daytona Beach April 212J '
J DAYS A WEEKSalad Schroder. were Mrs. Hester Mrs. Oram 1711
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Other new officers are Mrs. and Mrs. George Bangs. Alternate
7 Frederick H. Oram, vice-presi will be Mrs. Sidney
Rambler Americanthe ...,.- Sandwich Lunches dent; Mrs. Donald C. Steven. Schroder Mrs. A. Bradford
son, secretary; Mrs. A. Brad. Smith and Mrs. Margaret Gu- [(
ford Smith, assistant secre- sack. .
proved Economy King SPECIALS MONDAY Thru THURSDAY retary and Miss Ann Lothman The new officers and secretaries ,
treasurer will be installed at the
5 1.50 Elected department secretaries llam. service Sunday at St.
choice of Entrees _..._.... are: Mrs. Marshall W Hayward ;Mark'

Served With Cole Slaw Tou Salad Christian education; j
Mrs. Russell L. Twlng, Christian A pound of ground beef

Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6 p.m. social relations; Mrs. should measure about two
George F. Gibbs Jr., College SHIFT
work program; Mrs. William cups. To make eight thin ham GAY
HIGHBALLS MANHATTANS. MARTINIS Soc
J. Shannon mission and supplies burger use a one-quarter cup
AT THE JETTIES ; Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts measure of the meat for each. RED WHITE AND[ BLUE
promotion; Miss Lucy These thin patties may be Size 3.to 4;X

sandwiched together with various S3.59
v. fillings to make stuffed

you e tg117VItP burger -

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-.. our GRANT'S' "SKILLET" SPECIAL


Carry Out
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I BUCKET

Ramble American 440.H hardtop,with new room, nut ride new beau,:, MARCH 5, 6, & 7 3 DAYS ONLY e

Wire making room for our new spring merchandise!

DRESSES WOOL SUITS JUMPERS Chicken
naiB COMPACT.CAR SALES Rf llll/iKl tic 110.1111 USEFULNESS TO THE USER
SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES

Sim 8 to 20, 7 to 15 and Half Site

ALL DRESSY HATS /2 PRICE

ONE TABLE OF GIFTS DRASTICALLY REDUCED \ WHOLE 2'/i' IB.V&tUlf .
CHICKEN ((10 Fteeet)

WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW,
REDUCTIONS FROM 25% TO 75% I Vl DOZEN HOT ROLLS

WOLFER MOTORS, INC. All Sale FinalNESTLEWOOD f fall orders packed In loll lined buck lJ

I Phone Ahead ready
your order will be

915 S. Tamtam! Trail Venice 488.3965 SHOPVENICE PHONE 488.5075

I W. Ta GRANT CO.

Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS.TV.Wedn day wwinget AVENUE VENICE
RIALTO
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"'---,.__ __ THE GONDOLIER: I AGE91ro'
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Loveland School Sponsors Show, Coats that lead a double life


11p k E ,tI Sale Of Antiques Next Week

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An antique show and sale, be antique costume worn by
sponsored by Loveland Schoolfor famous personages here and Rain I
abroad, furniture
antique jewelry
Retarded Children! will be
guns and other items. A
held at Gulf Breeze Hotel collection of post cards showing or
I 1I p March 10 through March 13. the evolution of Santa Claus
y e The show will open with a from his first plctoral representations
{ e in this country to
. preview reception Tuesday the present day will be shown, ShineDEBUTOG
from 7 to 10 p,m. Members of
An admission fee of $1 vlll
the school staff and of South be charged for the preview and
\
Sarasota County Assn for Retarded 50 cents for the other days \
Children will be present when the show will be open .-
I s from 1 to 10 p,m.
to preside over the refresh I JRS.
, / ment table .
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/ Oscar Lundvall and LaVerne ;
ROCK-BOTTOW
Bower arranged the show, Tackle Twills and fine poplins, someIt
which exhibit for ,,, ,, RATES
will sale antiques ,,
are reversible all are unusual
from 13 north east and Call:
; mid-west cities There will be arannssaenq:' HUGH fabrics you'll like. Sizes 7 to IS, but
..... ... ...... "SAlCteo,1IIIY auaauaie
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door prizes each evening of the McPHERSON E; they run large.
PRACTICAL NURSES, graduates in Rose Comber, Bctte Comber, Miry Robin- show from the collections. P59-I3 4884567
i t Friday ceremonies in Sarasota, Include son, Anna Mae Gillchrest and Margaret Among the items offered will
hd Venice women above who will work Lockhart.
I ,*,'Venice five Hospital. They are, left to tight, (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) It .ii I 13" 16"


: Nurses Finish Training Some styles have matching

unbrellas at these low prices.RAINCOATS .
Graduation services, ending there Venice Hospital Superintendent .
'I months, of training for prac- The training i Is part of the Kenneth Dahl and Mrs. st
1111 nurses, Included five Ven- Sarasota County School pro- Plotsky are on the Practical fashioncan
women in the ceremonies gram directed by Clifford Nursing Program advisory
rr6,1b at Sarasota Municipal 3allem, which conducts two committee
juditorium.I classes each year The class The eighth class began last y
I the class were Anna Mae which just graduated Is the month and includes, from this be6omfortable "
ffllchrert, Bette Comber Rose first one in which Venice Hospital area, Mrs Margaret Greer of
Gomber, Margaret Lockhart _participated as an affihatea : Englewood= l !_ Mrs. Franceseltizens tby tb 4 For Girls and Women
ud Miry Robinson All five nospiiai. The area students Baird of Nokomis and, from
I nB be employed at Venice took part of their training In Venice, Mesdames Margaret
Honntil In the near future, Sarasota and part here Instructors Coo r de s, Elizabeth Curry, 299 teDressy 699
lln Virginia Plotsky, RN, dUmtreM who came to Venice Phyllis Curry, Rosabel Fuehrer -
of nurses, said Mrs conduct the classes were er, Evelyn Lewis, Nadine Roberts .
!DbInJOII! is already at work Mrs. Martha Wmtate and Mrs Velma Runyan and Mr 'n practical,
Florence Waycaster RN's. John Wisamath

Honey Is Liquid long-wearing.

I I 'South Of The Border Night'

Gold In State Party Set For All States

flu!' nectar that bees carry It will be.South of the Border participated. Easier Parade Hits
!from the flower to the hive to Night" today at 8 p.m, at Mrs Mabel, Barker of Toronto -
make their honey is more Venice Civic Center when All sang "We've Come a Long
..b liquid gold to Florida States Club honors all the Way Together" and the group
keepers. states south of the Mason-Dix- joined in singing "0 Canada" have to include .
Honey production Is not just on Line and Wai, I Swan, Gid-dap
lifeline on the farm, but a An evening of dancing and Napoleon," with special verse 3Pc. SuitLet
mill.million dollar industry refreshments is planned and dedicated to Mrs. 0 L Mahon, Contrasting
hit it growing year bv year, door prizes will be awarded. club founder and director 3710
imrding to John D. Haynie, The public is Invited. There were 37S persona present '
ipcultunst, with the Florida Canada was honored last us show you the 1A99 i
Agricultural Extension Service week and the hall was draped A Saint Patrick' party Is
Although bees aren't aware with Canadian and American I planned for next week when best selections at | U J
tf the turn value of their hard lags In honor of the assocla. i South Venice members will be 9 DEPARTMENT z
wit the nectar they convert- tion of the two countries Bernard i in charge of the program BrALL'S STORE Materials: Shantung, Boucle Linen-Lite,
'4mt honey in 1963 amounted Freedman was in charge The. All States season closes I
11 record statewide produc- of the program and he and March 26 Last politick upper VENICE SHOPPING I CENTER Double Face Knits.
,:a tilt 8 million pounds The Ifrs. Freedman led the grand for members will be held on
tmomic value of last year's march In which 56 Canadian March 23. w
p to .Florida beekeepers was .
m ;Ion, third highest in ... a. 1Ip
nation, says Haynie.
,y production has jump Our Racks Teem With
1"11 m the past five years from v,,. \" ".. ., j ;
:lion pounds In 1918 with "R" '. !i I It"
: :
i bumper crop of last year : New Frocks of the Wanted Fabrics!
:
J., ,
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lollete Club .. '.) 't.i I Jersey of Nylon and Arnel, Whipped Creams that

\Hill Hear TalkOn \ "j are creating a sensation; all Dacrons and Dacron
: 1
Conservation'A ',, Blends; Bembergs and Fine Sheers; Seersuckers of Cot

Citizens Responsibility .:: '1< tons and Synthetics; Rayon Linens in solids and prints

Co-nervation will be the subct .- l. f many more, but you must seem them to know
of t
.r s talk by Sarasota newspaperman -
W C Burnett at the the appeal.
;
rink(, Area College Club : : '
luncheon Tuesday ? J i: af
College
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The! luncheon meeting will beIt 5" 6" 8" 1099 1 13"
12.15 pan. at Myakka Lanes ; t"ift
Gourmet ,
Room
"rj George Edmondson, .' 'i Whatever prices your budget dictates, you'll find r
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president to bring, requests to! the club meeting members t f d (. .of course) 'f, +t '., ;' more in your size to select from.

rem plated t questionnaires ,...- if. .
which will be used In planning '
the inn! iroup s activities next sea. 1 / .: ...J li'.l'1' EASTER r rr

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Diii Phillips :, p;; t YOUR HAT BOX!

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<;.1" I I (4, New style straws, appeal"
brake One "manufacturer now has a ; .J.; j ,, J ing colors and styles new
the brake perfected pedal that almost portions flush : J and refreshing ''I

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the floorboard of the car "
'II Wl allow for quicker brak J ;, 399 4" 599
'nr, l Jus chances for accident .\ r" ,
II waking. Now if some car /, !J. ... SMALL HATS

p"All cer will only buy the w'IT..{.;. r
Clr :: ; 1.99 2.99
thieves stole 11 per cent : .f. a
lII'r ears in October of 1963 ..',
'j .
thin ;> -
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they '
did
the before iL' '
wf yneh'>. recovered..two per cent year of the can Now You Buy Fabrics Seen In Expensive

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most Hates, you mint low-

"are/ YOur within headlights 500 feet of when meeting you But let THE SCHOLARSHIP CLUB pay a large part Ready To Wear The


nip a talk Ir feet.He hnopale Dim. '' when No fancy following sales-at By joining NOW (the Easy way to finance college !) Same Season!


loon No high' pressure or balPayments -. Recently 1.00 I Yd. bought fabrics shown in ex
or pickup payments If child is now under sue, you can assure him of the opportunity to attend college by
your
Here at elusive fashion show.
BILL PHIL.LIPS '
i FORD In Venice> we- Joining the Scholarship Club, All you do is start a savings account and save $1000 monthly.

Ott TU a car, *, help| This savings account always belongs to you. You merely donate the earnings to the Scholarship CHOOSE FROM PETER PAN, KLOPMAN,

If Jry U nerd Thpr:'a well a difference recondituwd : Club. Then, your child receives from' the Scholarship Club enough money during his w STEVENS, BURLINGTON, MALLINSON,

.o.k''raM
11nd at the our one lot you ful1 want.When we'I1 you will cost you relatively little to send*your child to college. We highly recommend this
6e
there to serve you unique program and urge you to come In'and get complete details from one of our officers.
Freeway driving under six.. So don't delay. Putting it off
er unfldted I; Damaged Remember, this program is open only to children mmmmm'Benice

1 I high,<1! or lpeed tires roads are Undermflat-suicide on I, might cost your child a college educotion. CopY'ichl.lIG1 I* Un CorpoIW."" far EdIlCAl
heel unbalanced tires or bad -
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trendy magnified! at fre"ifll"110" Center
Shopping
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a, STw". Pick off as knife tt4 OPEN 9 TO 9 EACH WEEK DAY I r :
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with biiorr 'nt cloth He-
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:: '' The BALMORAl-8,950' '11,865 ff:; n'r '
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(t((' '450 down, '83 month 3 bedrooms 1 bath
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2 bedrooms, 1 bath 133 per month EXTENSIVESHRUBBERY r

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I Sarasota Motorist ChargedA


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Sarasota motorist was mated at $900. The driver was drug store In the Rialto center.

charged by Venice police with uninjured. I Police also are investigatingthe
failure to have his vehicle under ; Dispatcher Frank CoviQ Jr. theft of three wheels and

control after his 1962 Renault reported that a penny gum machine I tires and a battery from a \
overturned at 11:40: and a 10-cent toy vending 1962 Chevy Nova along with
:;... 1IWj' J"j.I'I;: !\. """'*'" ;- p.m. I
i Tuesday near the south city machine were stolen Monday several parts from a Cadillac

CLASSIFIED Houses For Sale limits. night or early Tuesday from the Bond Garage 300
Rentals Boats For Sale The mishap was investigatedby from In front of the Pic'n'Pay Seaboard Ave.

RATES 1 BEDROOM. CBS Home, heat. Police Institute Patrolman] Bill Fann who
ir-condjtloned, extra large MODERN FURNISHED 4 ONE 14-ft. GLASPAR Outboard listed the driver as Harold

both carport utility and screened rooms bath, electric kitchencedar with 40 h p. electric Jor heon. Livingston, 34, of 2007 21st St.,
CltIl'9' R9.. Tltund.y.nd porch. Better than has closets central duct Nokomis Marine Ways 488- New Sarasota. Fans said Livingstonwas
new aU Policy On ANNOUNCEMENTMODERN
Monday EditiOlll extras. $3.300 cash will handle heating, airconditioning. Adults 4607. headed north on the Trail
payments $37.30 month. Yearly basis, $110 month Writ when he lost control of the
$SL50 119 Aero Ave., North Owner Port P.O. Box 1302, Venice. Lost car near the entrance to the

Charlotte. Stray Cats Rialto Shopping Center
DogsStray
((12| word minimum) DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS. 2 LOST SATURDAY Gold Lov Fann said the car swerved

Jiticml 1 6c VENICE GARDENS year baths 100 complete The Esplanade by season 488.or er's Knot. bracelet in or frontof dogs and cats pickedup across the highway jumpedthe We Are Now i.. I

Furnished $II: OO.OO 5898. Publix lobby or front Gulf inside the Venice curb at one of the entrances '
lim- 'T
Met, both TWiday Save Theatre at city careened back to the Our New I
CASH big rent. Move on clos- or Home Show its will be boarded on a trial In ;::
and Monday Edition ing. $4.20000 down takes I LARGE ROOM. Private entrance Psrt of matched set. Reward. basis with Dr. C. S. Palmer, northbound lane and overturned 1'0. I
everything $90.00 per month. and bath. Call 488. Phone 488-1478 area veterinarian. near the Kent Motel Building .
$$1.40 1 Located 4774 I Damage to the car was esl.IiliI\ 7 l
on one of the choice daytime. 488-2537: after 8. I Police Chief John C. Shockey .
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waterfront loU In Venice Legal told members of the City Council II j
(hi word minimum' )1 Gardens with all utilities. APRIL 15, 1964 to Jan. 15, 1965. at Tuesday afternoon's Informal
Additional Ward, .acn 5e Shape and size of lot afford Beautiful house furnished IN IN AND 1HB COUNTY FOR JUDGSS COURT meeting he had reacheda O r

privacy In large back yard 400 ft from Gulf. 3 large bedrooms FLORIDA.SARASOTA IN PRORATE(COUNTY tentative agreement with Dr. EQUIPMENT

.Pa... AI.c.e. ......Papo. ..III N--- overlooking lake. 2 bedroom 3 baths living and din. EOKFNWILER IN mci esrA l'g op CI.FKA. o. Palmer to hold the animals for I
u...- .-_N -to I" aaj 1H baths built-in stove and log room furnace garage o. .KAKlNWIItK HAYWOOO' ;PMCUW kCLtRA / Five days at a nominal fee to e0 HAVE EXPERIENCED MECHANICS
1.. mla.-.... .. .. -'.. Y oven. Screen porch on SE. ahuffteboard. Reasonable rent NOTlrB 10 CRtlinOHS' the city. HOT
?1. ,w .. Q. _....... P.O. side for year round comfort. for right party. Phone 488-8383 TO HAVING ALL UiKDITORSS CLAIMS AGAINST AND PKMONR SAID Shockey said the strays WATER DAY ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT IGNITION PARTS TO TUNE .
e? .rot III _I" 1 .I adn,4e Perfect drainage 2 years old. LSTATx.Yn..n:. would be delivered to the AND WIGHT- YOUR ENGINE
-'- Good new furniture. CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 Kmhr aaetfM end "".Irod
Brand Palmer Animal
to Sit ol.lm l lm Hospital in OUR HEATERS
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CLASSIFIED DISPLAY new twin beds. Ref., drapes bedroom furnished house .7 hiv. ...1... ar tho .,...... of CU.4 CM Edition, per Inch $].00Be carpet dishes cooking uten- 2151.Screened porch. 488-1333 488- O.CLERA HtKENWIIER O. IXKKNWJUH.HAYWOOD.D-./k/.. south of the city, where they ad- I

Edition, per Inch $3.50 ails, blankets and yard tools. !.!. ot R>r.ot. Co....,. Klorld. In lhofriM < would be boarded for five days FUNCTION
Tile roof. ot ".. JOHN T. GRAHAMfKruuU RIGHT I
Argentine before
grass, FOR RENTALS County Jude In tk. Lo..." being turned over to the All Work GuaranteedB
An elaiiified .di payable In nice planting. On quiet dead Court HOUM >t htruou. Florid., .....h.i. county.
eiceptCANCELLATION..stablishedavawl" end street with expansive la Venice Are. i. in lmili>r month. Iron tot. d>.W Shockey said his men pick
dince of the .
flora mibllutlun nf title Nntleo.EMU
turn-around in a neighbor' See claim or d.n.nd met .b. In up a dozen or so animals every
hood of well kept hornet that CHIPS JOHNSON writing ud I. 4tplt.ul| .hall out* month and the department has REPAIR
tho t\mt\ at Mldmr ... & W AUTO
are not all alike. poet off Indd
or Realtor > ,.M ot Uio Claimant I hall ... no place to keep them since
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor 308 W. Venice Ava. 488-227 bli atlornwl dull h. aeoonpanM br the animal pens at the rear
ADJUSTMENT 432; Shamrock Ph. worn to bv th. CI.I,. ,. hu _Mt of the
488.4974BY -- station
police torn
-- a II Tl Mini f"a;, and anr ;.eh el. were 629 E. VENICE AVE. 488-3502
canceller .
for .
fawih Mobile HomesIN or demand not an ftldhall b* ad.ma down.
.r edjuitmant b e e II II of4ndr OWNER Mini f' tnir ... ,addH. to th.mint Council members agreed Informally
of
claim and .1.1 form
HIM it be mad. for S-yr-old Quality Built Home na obtained from tha County Judctaofflea. mar to accept Dr. Palm-
urray Gondolier BEFOREI $2,500: under coat 2 BR. 1V4 HARBOR LIGHTS 45'xlO1: er's offer and suggested thatan ..
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B. 2car garage, large Tamplco Trailer Screened /ARTHUR M. HAYWOOD investigation I be mode to .-
Monday. For Mon- aa AdmlnbtrMor of the r.i.ta:
DM.' on
screened-in pool and terrace; porch beautiful corner lot. No of CLERA O. ECKFNW1LTR see if county funds might be r
Gondolier BEFORE 5
d" central heat, air-conditioned; 86. Phone 488-4264. HAYWOon. .Ik. available to help pay for the
CLERK 0. bCKENWILER:
p.IIIo o. Thtuday. large landscaped lot. 837 Lau- n-.t. service. 1was pointed out
PHONE rel Ave., Venice. 10' f 48' VINDALE. ALUM AMs.awt Kirk Plnkerbtn, eanse. that more than $1,200 has been THRU THE
NUM 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, Tro.lk A MM'I.It.nd,
collected by the county for dog
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Isle Mat RsIMlsg
MUST SACRIFICE 2 bedroom gas heat large gas tank, wall _, TlorldaP.bt licenses ia the South County II IIReal
488-3125 2 bath near beach oven, Kelvinator sliding doors. I Tai: .... I'T. Mm.h a IR int.
Very modern many extras exceptional closet space and Estate
400 Mahon Dr., Venice. cabinets TV antenna awnings, White Shrine Audubon Member
Real Estate covered patio. Not new but repainted .
MODERN
2 BEDROOM 1 and refurnished. Nice Will Address

TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL bath cement block home. ocatioA and wonderful neighbors .
t adjoining loU with Venice Gardens. Carport fin. Lot 150 or can at office. Club In E'woodENGLEWOOD Men's Garden Club i' CornerYOUR

4lanedTimiami Urge utility room, HARBOR LIGHTS.
XT each on newly
screened porch with Mrs. Howard Moore of Cherry
Trail (u.s. 41) with adjoining Another Valley N. Y., and Nokomis
patio and barbecue. so.
depth ranging from 223' to Low down Business Personals GUIDE TO BETTER HOME I;
payment. $83 per month in- clety has made its debut on a member of the National Audubon
!JIT backing up to DO wide 6' eludes tues and Insurance the crowded calendar of social Society will talk on

(rtp canal with access to Inter- Must Sen. Phone 488-1827. TYPEWRITERS and Adding events In Englewood. The new- "Birds" at the Men's Garden AND LOT VALUES
"naval! waterway zoned R-3. Machines (mechanically operated I ly organized White Shrine Club Club meeting March 13. i
Met! sites for motel reitau- FISHING SWIMMING BOAT. ) Chemically cleaned met last Monday in the Com The meeting will be at 2 p.

ran, marina, fiUinK station ING. 2 bedroom custom. bite new. Just $12.50 plus partsIf munity Hall of the Englewood m. in the community room of
our and to forth. This ia the built home on channel Central required.: AU makes. Venice Savings and Loan Association Sarasota Federal Savings and
TIll! frontage of Sorrento heat. Air-conditioned. Below Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. 960 McCall Road, for its first Loan Assn.
Shore. Will sell one lot or all cost. Channel Lane Nokomis 488-\1S. formal meeting. I The public Is Invited. A gen- MODEL HOUSE *

ax Iota for $12,000 each 488- 062- This club will welcome all eral discussion and question In East Venice
:ermi. Phone Venice 488 5027 Tills SpaceAvailable I
relatives of Master Masons to and answer period will be held

T Tint Sorrento Shores Sales WATERFRONT HOME.: 2 bedrooms SHEPARD attend the next meeting and after the meeting. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths City Water
)flit! located 4 miles N. of 1H baths garage- join the group. Those eligible William Glenzing president, Formica Kitchen Paved Street .
rake 9 miles S. of Sarasota. dock: Reasonable. Margaret LUMBER CO. are all Masons in good stand- will be in Carport & Utility Centrally-duered Get Heat

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. Drive Laurel Villa. 4882464. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. log, wives, mothers, daughters Screened Porch Prepared for Air. For Your '
sisters half
or sisters of hus- cherge.'I
Large enough for thirt n Sarasota ''I Corner Lot 85 x ISO conditioning:
GULF BEACH FRONT Bdr. bands, brothers or fathers in Rear EstateAdvertisement
'ota with 19,000 sq. ft. In each. 3 bath sirconditioned. Completely can Masonry.A *

Zoned R-1. On county main- furnished. Exclusive lo- elLIOTT PAULfor spaghetti dinner will be GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT
uiwd street 200 ft. West of cation. 100x500.: Seawalled. No served at 6:30: March 31, priorto p
imiaml Trail 3% miles city tax. By appointment only. the next meeting of this new I 4886413INTERESTED\
orth of Venice V4 ml. South 488-4008. BOO TRUSSES organization in the same Com : t

d Sorrento Shores. $19,000 Alum. Window. & Doon. munity Hall. The business session -
Onn' ,. Call! W. L. Sutherland 2 BEDROOM, completely furnished Contract Roofing & Painting will follow at 7:30.: Reservations t. /if
\mice 488-5027 or 488-2791. Separate a
garage. Phone 488.2132 Venice for the dinner may be
Warm Mineral Springs $10,500. made by calling either 474- 2 BLOCKS TO
ml'll
RI'IINMR 1.01''IIOIIT W*
Pt OM INDIANA AVR. OPPO ITS Russell-Rlgbv. Margarita St., 3533 or else 47 -252:1.:
WIIWOOD RANK INQI'IRB TEL. Phone 4261203. Inspection In- REMODELING Reoairs- ? Downtown Venice
.O,01 oa TOtR BROKER. vited. Carpentry :. Masonry 4J
'alnting. Interior and exterior. Power SquadronElection 2 BEDROOMS I BATH

Lots For Sale 3 BEDROOM frame. Corner Quality work. Phone 488-6395. of officers directors H. H. Wlmmtrs Realtor 50' x I 120" Lot
lot, city water and sewer. and auditors is on the
TOTAL PRICE 10900.00
!LOVELY SO. VENICE Home. Walk to school and store. $7.250 Dressmaking, alterations drawrlet agenda of Venice Power Squad. I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
ate near beach. Only $700. 30 per cent below cost I Call ete. reasonable 488-1130 ron at its meeting Tuesday at H. N. WIMMERS
501< 800, RC 1, Bonita Springs 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. 8 p.m. at Tarpon Center Yacht I Agent for W...... Union Telegraph! REALTOR
Personal Club.A Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I
221 W. Miami Ave
ATTRACTIVE: HOME !in nice
section of Venice. Two bed. n executive committee Just playing it cool! Ha'i toelaitd CLOSED SUNDAYS 488-5308 .r
BArsHORE'ESTATES ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, meeting will be held at 7 p.m. because wire moving!
rooms, two baths screened
8 St. Mark'sEpiscopal receduig the general meeting. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
Mondays ,
p.m.
his furniture. No worriet withur
lii9h1y porch and 1001 Nokomis
elevated choice (of. carport Church Parish Hall Three directors and two auditors
IDS' frontage. Across itreet 1 Ave.. So., Venice, $14,000. Call 4884794. will he nominated from expert help. So beat the

from Roberts Bay. Beautiful Low down payment. No closing the floor. The panel of officers ''heat. phone TODAY. FREEmoving 8 Suite Apartment, Fumiihed' ,

.t',.. RHw.110M/ costs. Call 488- 701._ Help Wanted to be presented by the nominating advice. City of Venice. Each mite hat(

I t.5047.. BEAUTIFUL" SWIMMING Pool committee Is: Lawrence THINK OFGREEN'S Irving room bedroom, kifehM -

home. 2 bedrooms, den, FlorIda -I MAID FOR APARTMENTS. N. Taylor AP, commander; and bath. Rents for $750
EAST room. 21x31 screened patio I Daily\ 9-1 or 7 days a week. Charles W Zabriskie, AP lieutenant NEW
8 timet $750
I GATE. Choice loU min. a icaion. meant
Furnished if desired. Good fie Phone 488-2802 for appointment. commander; J. Thomas
18 feet wide. See or call Lar- lamm, S, first lieutenant; Robert 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME $6,000.00. Paved street city
7) Redford. Assoc Chips John- nincing 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood B. Eldredge secretary; i_ Centrally Located water and ._. Will tell
! Grove City. PART TIME SECRETARY.
Ave.lilt Real Phone Estate. 306 W. Venice Typing essential. Mimeograph and William H. Graham S, CITY WATER SEWER AND PAVED STREETS for 21000. $2,100 down.
488-3609. 488-2241. reasurer.
operation and shorthand Triii could be a handy _n'.
BEACH gulf The Change of Watch $2,000 DOWN
LOUR GOLDEN near party
LOTS 75x138.: Close< to desirable. Apply to P. O. Is scheduled for March 14 at gold nugget.
sopping center and hospital. Two bedrooms two bathe Box 1478 Venice, or telephone
10 Per' cent 4881051. Early Wynn's Steak House $104 PER MONTH TO QUALIFIED BUYER Martin S. Stancik
cash, balance easy 30 foot Florida room

:monthly payments $1,995: each. on 112 ft. corner lot. ARE YOU LOOKING for a FRANK C. RAEBURN REALTOR
81aronNM. Markle. Realtor. Ph. FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
' W. 519 GULF STREET good part-time or full-time I REALTOR Venice 488-5443
Income in Part Sarasota Co. or
tiST GATI!: 3 choice lots. Venice. Many Rawleigh Deal. 251 W. Venice Ave. Phonet: 488.1600-488.2649 -

0+ner. Phone 4885470. Homes For Trade era earn $2.:50 and up per hour. Member Chamber of Commerce ..

"L*T IN BAY POINT NokomU. Write 563-26. Memphis Rawleigh Tenn._Dept. FAA. DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE NO BETTER VALUE!

>*"* and Dry. 55'xia': : Oose WILL TRADE HOMES. 2 Bedroom Heating and Air Conditioning Bayview Parkway, 2 bedroom,

tl beach, $1.3S0. Make Itt baths CB home, InstallationsGas terrazzo, screened porch.
value Heating/ 6 Air Conditioning
488- large lot on deep canal with Female Help WantedSALES Only $10,750.

'i >Ra dock In Laurel Villa for com Ranges Water HeatersFree e

>{IiJcb LOTS in South Venice. parable or larger home In Venice AND MANAGEMENTin Estimates Alto have fully fumithed; ,

11t0fllable.and, Phone dry. with Englewood trees area. Phone 482454Apts. Beauty Counselor cosmet- No Job Too Big or Too Small [HOMES_ 2 bedroom home "'-. South

cs. Build business of your own. 263 So. Trail, Venice Ph. 488-2271\ Venice that it a terrific buy
For Sale For appointment call Sarasota for you at $10,875. Screened
Ne rIPROyge BAT TRONT LOTS 24-7458.
and Florida
' 'A U T L aUioivtniow. porch room
1 i aaaln Ia'i PRIVATP DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom. I
1l1oI.'LIP.. .NCLlWooD. races bath and 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Situation WantedLADY S100. DOWNBUYS H. P. HORN

\ furnished or partly furnished.
\VA1iRrRONT LOT IN SOU- 488-5698. BOOKKEEPER full best-way A REALTOR
RtN'l'O charge. Rapid typist. Excellent PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIME
SHORES $5,300.
CccItact Want references. Permanent res 3 Bedroom 2 Bath HomeIN
i Sutherland, VengjjttT Rentals
* or 488-2791. Ident. 4B8-5488 mornings. JANITOR SERVICEWe U.S. 41 and Albae Rd. i,

toOT BKDROOM t'Nfl'R.' IM VENICE VENICE GARDENS
582 Venice Gardens. Price I HO. VBNH'SJUST .
a'880 OR A SUBURBAN IN Misc. For Sale Specialize In
Write LOU JACOBS. 4M-IMT
Walter CALU
Polskl-

bur"73rd Ave. No.> stJACOBS Peters- MODERN, airconditloned STUDIO COUCH matching Alto RESIDENTIAL Commercial SERVICE $71.00 Per Month WHETHER YOU'REBUYING

- available in South Good
stores chair. Green nylon.
Itta atss lLOf'as OP 555. lAIn Venice Shopping Center. For condition. $35 both. Phone 488- WASHING OF EAVES INCLUDES INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL OR

A II'J SUsrsgss. 411-IUf a1TRe Information call 488-5858.: 4090. WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS
COMPLETE FLOOR CARE SELLINGYou're
!'J.IlNLtT :seawalJed privSG J BEDROOMS or 2 bedrooms G.E. FULLY AUTOMATIC Warm Mineral Springs Area Best Value Are
boat beans and Florida room; living I Washing Waxing Buffing
E. L.I Kilton, WASHER. Good condition. Found HERE
o! Drive. Kokomis. room w/FP; extra utility room $90. Phone 488-48:2. FREE ESTIMATESALL 3 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW! $400. Down. $67 Monthly
! In city children or pets Ok Payment Including Interest and Principal.
UVER
LOT Venlc.. Good for $75.00 month. 488-5528: after 5 NEW St USED GARAGE WORK GUARANTEEDAll is
MM aI1011 eottlge. Sacrifice pm. EQUIPMENT our equipment! I It NEW for fatter,
, .500. Call 924-54B4 Sara FURNISHED Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication better and more efficient work CHIPS JOHNSON realtor
,
- MODERN rooms bath. Central ducted Equipment Repairs GERALD W. CONEY Owner and Manager 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-2241 i

Houses For Sale heat cedar closets electric TRJ-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. Box 287, Nokomis Phone 488.3392 Of
Adults Yearly b.aia, 1070 DeSoto Rd., Llcemed and Insured
kitchen. 4S8-I695
! Branch Office .t Kent Motet Phone
"hlDloci If. liNn',. Ilf VllflC'S $80 month. Writs P. 0. Box Sarasota Fla. Member Chamber of Commerce .
lIIIt4 a v Oil: collect i.1&-1240 I
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'AGE TWELVE THURSDAY, MARCH 5
THE G 0 N DOL I E R. 964
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I BOWLING CINDY SCIIEPP ----GOLFING

Representing Venice High

;J ,, LfI at Schools the Bowling Girls "Playday"Athletic Assn will r .6 with .

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be Jane Chenault, Merilee Tim. 1

mer, Joyce Lerew Bonnie CARL ROHMANN I .o00W I 7'7'I

Belts Linda Haskins. Georgia PRO.MANAGER

Earl Enileweod: Bantam fittl Roth, lot Williamson Linda Pond, Sharon LAKE VENICE
> Wynn aidUIJIoru, : '; 1M Plait, Hi. Haucke Jean Linder and GOLF CLUB J
L.,.. ,. Gloria MNW,1.NINMY INM'' _
Bar 1141. Cb.i7l: Smith Brownlee 1.1L.r64WNLM1Nl,1CONFUSION
I, a B P..... Bill Tr.ho6.. Kul 127 and W fur tU. David BuUock. Wand .
W., \.I..n.. IU ..d .n; LM Fry.., M for 174.Saturday The "Playday" will be held I\ GOLF
The Detkhouea, On. and $66. U.,. Mint" Sweeper "I..... Saturday at Cones Lanes SWINGSo
Mulberry, 00.1k... ,.. JIM end Ml ; fcn- Fred tlimerly' .4. ,
........ Bait Hmee. l00< and 1W1 tt. and Hl.. and a4d Vio McLaln Bradcnton, and will be sponsored many golfers question daily the mistakes they make
.....dln./ .;' Anchor Oil, 71.!611. Deck Bowler, ef the Mont W,..... Fran by Manatee High School. and are confused as to the reason why? There
thousands
bouie, II-to; and gmitlwa Bread MVfcmilke Bullock 004. Km Mavleban. 41 Dorothy The next of book. are
dS\. Bull and B..... Domln, .... NIL project planned by on the bookstands today that cover the golf swing ffcqi
D........ Mel Wood M.I T..... 416. ltd: Tracy Ill and Lrt the GAA is a gymnastic meet. from inside out. These books are terrific reading material 1)
Wad. ......... 177 and IW Iran Bui BroUt .t 4.M It will have three divisions: But In most cases they do more damage ,
lock. arlltoni Howe or ru.nlt.ure, itud Mat by confusing the
tumbling
441 ; MM U god. "..lem.. 7W and rope climbing, golfer who is trying to correct a fault than in helping him.
H71. aundlnii! than I.... 50.il Enttowoud > akka Lanes: and free exercise. The meet is One
liana. 'Uo. and Venice fur- open to any girl who has paid major factor you as an Individual must remember Is

., SM7EarJ Community Poode Harrlette. H.nd..Ia her GAA dues A 25 cents admission that you cannot imitate another person's swing and get re
>> "'.. Clenta. Harold 1'8.6"6. Hub suits The
Snilb. Morman lit Ur. golf
BIB, III and W4 ; 'r..', Hourtjeer lit ; Hi..... ol7 Brlltotii, rurnltnre, .t.r. fee will be charged to mentals swing is an Individual process and funda
of
Julia Hinueworto, SI4 j Jack Bulluck. 2426 H.rrlelu H..d.lx .nd lalry Plv..n. parents and relatives of GAA each swing must be adapted to the natural ability all
(... ', ho,,lvn 01 the work. T.m 1I.h.: member. wishing to this each person has. So in correcting faults of the swing which
MOM InMitanre. Mud, 126.641 Lorry N.en.. 218. 24,6..d 609 see result in
GjOTMitl. HaeJi Howl Uuiiriir-. ilii Vlnln. "tlmer ,. !It..I1,,.. H..o.l. lJ..rr.. ".. n..".'. eventWyMtt. the bad shot, it would be disastrous for me. as a
star. 6un-oa.t 110>..... All and (,.,..., U.11 Brtut'1, ( 'rurnlure.;-q1!%: teaching professional to change a golfer's swing but Instead
Ml; Utrurv.de Kluk, bllC \\ ladII... 111? I smooth or correct a fault in that natural movement.
lint KW; Joe Klwa. H Wl.h, MO HelMrl Sinclair. M..O) Kenn. 184 u.. vert.Heneewlree and. DM Hmdricln, boffin of ,
,,tudint>i Will-On., tOV37" '*, Helen l""'..ll. 474 Marchlunei Ketlaurant Keeping this In mind following are few of the
1 Venlee. n_... Kl-ISi; and bull WInd 608.1&64. Nook of tile week. Ma.a Fuilliu Kliim, Vent. bad shots have a everyday ,
Maria 46 ,". .. brnn Mary Hther/ ronterted the I"10 II., G.rd.r., Id* ; VI 1-ltnun Anne you and the reasons for them. You, as an
Seat rlerUa Cenetnrtloii' Mlted and 6.10 .pill, 54.041.1' belli. Ueed K Heeilr. !Khop Ml Com <,.'". TM; Individual, must correct either your mental or physical approach -
DarlaM Ckadwlok:. Uueeo B...."... 17'; (..,. S6-M Logy .Noun Flays, eOVj\ th Anne. week K Uniutr" Shop W7J. Bowler of to these various mistakes if,:;,
87', Luc,llei. .. Pauline KlKUM and VI Pit.
Bruot Kbetweln. l'.nU', Cu..... Up- .r. 44-44. .
.......'., III and Ml ; Billle Kawla Senruw'i Wlllard Shepherd. and man Luclle Split .conversion.. Cora Devlin e-t i SHANK Striking ball with heel of club. : .
Hood Dory. 4M. Sundlnni (..0... Larry Johneog. 116 Bill Plnder. 104. l.lt 8.(l.her chapman. .6-T fran Lrnn I.101, Reasons) Standing too close ----..-.--- ........;
1-4 10
; Helen Caiall. 1-10 to ball (b) Reaching too
li' Hatw Work., 114. ;; Hie Paint 200 .d lit for (112; caul... loft \I at. and 171 far ;
4-.6461.4661. Btu', ,lib... tn-18 and er. 11111-3078. Bowler) of the week.. Bill and Com' Gala 8landlnn" tt WM.I Shnde All'Jewelrr Sen, out when striking ball; (c) Loose grip, causing hands to SHUFFLEBOARD CHAMPS Mrs. VI Wld- downed Frank Jehan. Score. in the Widman.
roll club
Intltwood
Savlnn/ 1 I.. 6"8. Plnder and Monk Shock. "ta.d...., .'It II. Venetian head over .
Wriinllni Bo..I.. Trie Berneta Venice Lumber. and Culllran Hot! \I.t..r Trn.purutlon* IV G.pdw..nd Hoiiihi man, right and Dick Fox proudly display the Williams match were 79 34, 61-89 and 83-3t

KIU Oonln Norwood Norwood, Mel Buorin Wood. 1M S and, Ml : .Blata, tl-D Beer; JUdford IM.I4.1I..hH..rl. Con.tructlon, 10.12, (arllni I Black Lnb.1H.d\ Smith. PUSH: Ball leaving tee at right angle (not slice) :: trophies they were awarded after winning the Results in the Fox-Jehan meet were 54-78 I

and Ml : No..o>od Hoofni, .>-.iom.4K.. Mel 170 .. Tavern Clot W..''.. Auto fcervlre. MtMilil, WeMi (a) No right hand use; (b) Grip too tightly; (c) Moved ladies' and men's Venice City shuffleboard 84-35 and 7982. Shown with the "champs':

Hood Sreteme. 1180. "01.6)44.0.1'. I Mel Kuuniu. liaipyland. s 4t2 ; Cmlttyi .Auto..... rVrvlw Rill" 601-!714 Bowler" of Uit body or head position forward on downswing, causing club championships Mrs. Widman defeated Mrs is Mrs Blanche Celll!, city councilwoman and
Wood 1,._. 40.'7. Norwood Hooflni. Beef }...4.r. .. IMW. Happy land., tfS, Bodamr and Harold Km:Ui. head to be late
.. Curly Wolf. getting thru for her title Dick Fox head of the city recreation department
2601 Grace Williams while
.U; and Action TV II.." Bowler of the week Clelo Kuo ... VicMcdaln : Traydon Baker. tali)
die-ten. Unulale I......... Loa.._ 240 Sundlnin:, 61.0491.04, Goon Leonard, tat; John Scanllone, SLICE Ball -
Kiltie Bteln. Paynee of :.. "'_ ,. 221 27.6 rulf-en.Ba>. 2210. Imll..'. and 224 ; HII fflxne, f24 ; Larry Riven* 2261{ : going out and circling to right:
l.V...... Jaetbel Bud. Barber "Miop B.B Bar 2t>.12aldwell Bill Bodwer. 212. C.len Quaint, 12! ;: (a) Starting club head away from ball on outside line

1Ad....: Sttutdlnni Mueller. Woeai Mach,.. Shop.. (' Court Ad Mueller. 1'1... 6udln IUIt BaWnr" W..t'. 6116. ,:A.to Bob Basle I'/uoan, .IA251..'''6. rather than inside; (b) Pulling hands and arms into body on Baseball Track ShuffleboardBert
O e G Mewl.
ti Federal lit ; K4pl.bw: Lariiury B4... downswing
111: Para*. of KntlewoBd 1. It'J-40U, ; ...,...... ><1 : Enilewoud JIo....... IK. 42MLlltrell. FainUnf. 41-11: Lea Oatdoor. instead of pushing hands away on an outside line i ,
.nrl Waaka Machine Shop, M-4J rent roderal,. IMW Bowlera of the Concrete thru ball; (c) Falling away from shot in hitting area instead Porter and
.,, Teacken Arthur
M.r. Leaitae Howard Archer, week. Wed. Crane and Ad MII teller. kmMayleben ; Maddo>. 171-474' ; John Davli. Irra, of eliding pivot through to left foot balance
Irnna 1171 1 Ja Klaek, 1781 B b Brooks both of
Wa.fr.' tl< rolled/ 112 and Dora Jean Hedrkk 4H., Will Ito., Ml Hot Seasons To Start New Jersey
Jmpe no !
U40. SUndlnn; Mattel, and Trafumen. Bane a 204.. Bunding., PnvlewoodNunery "''hola. 1666. Bowlera' of the reekl, I.... TOPPED BALL: Ball rolling along ground: defeated Edith Porter
; tra/tomen of
11-11 Mae- 64 New
__.F.i.I.. ;IIIL;;,;.;;. ..A.Iwi.;.__ 'L"- Ion. It'-II'.- ,II'j Fi..'. Artl.tlr Fad..1.- Beauty IU6. KaAmeriran (Maddox.n'too._.. ,_,_n and__._ _au'Bill_/_. ..Blewltt.. OoL" _" .-BtandlnniVerai __ ........., rat Pulling original position of body nn 9hnnk' Mftinif--'" Jersey and Vine Jacobs of
MKed' area Instead
r......'. Willow Lane Court, 171 lair and Reeflni af K.li I.o4; Vi.lie.nte., 4Ki-lJi/!,. of keeping original posltlon'through' the ball: Both the track and baseball his assistant Massachusetts by
dill ....... Lee Lindry. Knrlewood, Laundrr. U4 ; Tharedar Mint Mlied Helen. KIU HITTING BEHIND BALL I a score of
; raldwell.
Jihit I>oty. 1II.lJu.l.n.Grove. t<2,City Willow M. Frank Mathew. Enilewood, Auto Scr. hr. ))6t Jim handen. 1M ; Pet Kun- teams at Venice High School The complete track acned- 40 to 10 in Tuesday's bi-weekly
Lane Can tire. St4 Modern Phillip. M. 10..088(' kle. 414 ; Are ('h_m.n. 144 : Mrakka (a) Starting to hit from top of backswing instead of wait game of potluck held
NWIIIDuInn <
!1 4iundlnnt Bowlen bnterprlnei. ing will see action this week! as ule: at the
( ... of the week Frank Mathewiand 04-2141. Bowler* of the to hit from the base of the b
Enilewood Kavlnm I ana week. swing; ( ) Keeping weight on Venice Shuffleboard
Lap Lakmkl fundtre K., Aden Evw HII and Are Club.
Tavern'-M: Kllllnilna ll 14-JH: and PMe". ex. 11.11 ; White Elephant 20-12 American K inkle. converted the I.7.Cheexman 10 ;I Hulk Mr.POI right foot rather than letting the weight shift to left foot en the regular spring schedule for March 5 KMI at Sarasota,

Rill. Phllhpl rarl Milrd KltHe Roofn., .Midera hllllpa el and Ph....... 4-8.1. Rovalo Cahlneta. >>. abling the hands to come into the hitting area the two spring sports ia Inaugurated 2:30: p,m. ; March 14 County -
Std, ,.. Cape Mane. 19 IISummera 18 : Mvakka Ent.."....., N1440s1rke.w r
Gla and' till; Jamei Whltnker. Venice "....' Phil Sheridan : : I anenjoyable
riirnltaire. Ml; Dava timer. Gladyi Spear Inc. 240 : AI Simmon.. Hard ri20 Parlr: JAn Bird Manal- Harriet IIOl). Henri M (a) Turning body away from ball; (b) Falling away from The track team, under Coach Palmetto at Palmetto, 330; p.
Adkln Mnnuftirturinn 104 211 and ItO for :
Beauty Baton. a
III and (tt shot ( GOLF
c)
Rolling hands
;
Madre Adkln. Braity Salon. MB and 640 eeriea. VVnitlan( Gir.Irn.. >4t, .fpearInn. ierberlrh Land-OS.6641! Venice, Tea Co.' and thru shot. Jim Summers, will meet KMIin m ; March 20 Fort Myers at
I4M. 8tandlnei ulann. .. 2706. Bowlera of the week. Harry Kill Venire Cat (.... tin. 4>ta of
Bakery 71-11 As
e4; Helieri Mnrteir. '81,- 01,, and Land Lanlu. and AI Slmrn,,.. Harry Lanlu. Halt.h I Eduardi. and Ella Ch.I...._. I stated, the above faults are there. The reason. in a dual meet this afternoonat Fort Myers, 6:30 p.m. j March Y
bowlen
'O linn. f.l-41. 228 ; Curly Wolf 222 : Goo... Ilevl"namcrled of 2I..4. Standnini. Ven most case. are there The few tips on how to
them
AJBC HO< .'IIVn PROGRAM the 471111 .PinStandlnn, ice Cal Co. 4 : Pure Oil, 18. are there These few correct 2:30: p.m. at Ihrig Field in 25 East Bay at East Bay TRYSARASOTA

1:..., Wy.. Benler H'th Carol Hrtod. Dairy. 14.II. Am r fan .Lev! ,.. Land 14 ; -Edwarda O.Sun. .2IS_Awnlnff II.Ulelerk Seymour and others The above tips is may help ut'Ia Prd still: not help Sarasota. 3:30: p.m.; April g Palmetto
advice brief
tVumtle lOT and 411 Mara Po..... Ir-him Well. Taylor Hnrdwara and hopOt will help,
Inrarance ......
SOD; Allan Dnmln, 121 Bard Manufac,,Jrmf, to.. 11.11. Duncan. Onnln. Indian bascballers will kickoff Relays at Palmetto; April 10
Early" Hynn Junto. ... '.. ,.. Chevrolet' I1I440I Rawka Uve GOLF CLUB
II. 11400. > Rank G., and Doll. Onee. 1007-TOIO. Bowlen of the week. RECORD BROKEN the Edison Relays at Fort My
A"Uon' TV 1<4 and 4>1 Linda Harr.. Per 01.? I.. 1"n., John Hunter Ilkr"4 J_le Hailer ..d FI.I,. season Saturday when DAILY
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161 and 4enlre ; 17 Sarasota at
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lo" beer' I H..dri 1 C.to..r 1 18" P.hot f m. at high school athletic
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and 171 ne 121 Robert /II...., 111 and I ..6). _' ...! 1 I' W. .fet.. One-Hour*mean Martlnlalnf Chevrolet' ,, 6 00441.4 S/I records in February when 5,326 golfers played the beautiful |f field White Sands Conference meet; Just Off Bee (U. Rd.
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112 for Its. Makk. LP G' 001... 11.11 04 Rook. V.re Onea. .0... 18 hole layout Fanning is head base. May 2 Group 6 meet; May South of S* .ofa
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Pix On ....' .. ." ". .,
prizev/inning; Display Question And! Answers Publix To Open :

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At First Store No. 100 r"i

;;!Jn' jhowing of photo- come Marx'i major activity About $4,500 Contest t.
art by Joe< J. Marx, since his retirement as President -I :
: of Cincinnati and now of the SoLo Marx Rubber After The GONDOLIER i I
announced
( a on display in they Company the $4500 Subscription the largest vote total The other Winter\ Haven

I 1' of the Venice office As an added feature of this Contest several people prizes will be awarded as "
and showing, of outlined in the announcement a ,
Savings one the
pictureswill
federal asked .
,
; numerous questions An Keeping pace with the ever
inn
Each contestant know
M.OClltlon of Sarasota be given away absolutely, attempt will be made here to will expanding economic growth of ,: t
how have been .
t free to many deposited I 15ir
will continue some lucky winner. 'Pfi( .I.I'I'I'Ib.n
'* Mt There is answer some of the questions. by other contestants, Florida, the Pubhx Supermarketi -: ,. (
no
obligation ,
JunrchM just Q Why Is The GONDOLIER opened their 100th store in "' ,.
I,,'" moth pictures from tiny register for the picture of your conducting such a costly Q How many will\ enter? Winter Haven this week. .. 1i.... '., l1e'wtR <.. :-"::.:: "" ,
are being featured choice, which will be awarded' contest? A Several may enter but tl; lit'a; 111II ii ;' .' .
,
a families -' "
"With 6':1rat.t;
';''.. entitled, March 20 at 8 p.m. not one out of ten will\ makean new movingInto 'u1 ;:
groupings '
', Cruise," "Peo- A To, place this community effort to add to the 5.000 our communities every >te. .. 1z: as- 1BttA 'h' :.\, 1 ." 'ti'-'!1", "e
" crrarean: and "Children'tl"s paper into as many homesas votes given for entering. This day, Pubhx recognizes the "p" 11;..\f...
,
' "I" I Ij
' i pi Folks" The possible in this trade area; means that it would take about I, great opportunity to serve and r i. 111 .oj I ","
young I to let the know that and in of ,
people grow prosper one
Cruise" seriesa fifty entrants to have enough I ( I1 'I
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'crranean cruise aboard they have a more complete to take the prizes at the finish. America most dynamic t : l .
ten on I"Leonardo da newspaper with advertised bar If fifty would enter, not more states," say George Jenkins, t $'
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hip
r <
gains that will save them President of Pubhx whose
* many
than four five
end March or can be count
.. ,
in February dollars during the year on their ed on to collect any of the 500 markets today dot the map of .
" purchases, and to give the Florida. Publix stores span anDrea
free vote
and send in
: considered by the coupons
n li most ambitious men and women from Daytona to Miami,
subscriptions The who
to be the ones
i imnufacturer of this area an opportunityto and from the Gulf to Atlantic
photographer( in the enter and start campaigning d.
, share in coasts.
that would
money
submlnia- Immediately will be the winners
" amera. have to be spent to expand. The ones who enter and Opening the 100th Publix! Is E.,

with prize.winnings Q Who can enter the con. hope that they are "lucky" will a milestone for Jenkins and the tTT1TWEEKLY l
{: up. He has: received numtards test and win the Ford or other not win city of Winter Haven. Over 30 -

; and credits from prizes or share In the estimated Q How much time does it years ago, the people of Win
of the Min $750 in cash commissionsand take? ..
I -ut. urers ter Haven saw the opening! of ,
\ i v filch l.t I no larger bonuses A Time is not a factor. the first Jenkins store, and the .. ....dl.lt; ; ..:t. ;
I'' :r tte lighter. A Any reputable man or It's a matter of entering and beginning of his well-known Uj :'i. """;.a ..:,1I: M:... IaU-
t' d ,i a hobby ten yearst woman more than 18 years of getting interested enough to shopping services.
t pictures hate be- 1 r age residing In Southern Sara. ask the people you see about VISITOR to Venice is the Good ota on the return trip or from Sarasota' down

acts or northern Charlotte paying subscriptions or clip- Ship Lollypop. The 250.passenger Diesel pow- here in the morning. The boat leaves the

:pened Tin CanslaylnRefrig county the area served by ping the 500 free vote couponsout didacy will become widely ered boat makes a round.trip excursion from Sarasota' Municipal Dock at 10:30 a.m, arriving I
; this newspaper of their copies of the paper known. Then will find it
you Sarasota' to Venice every Wednesday and will in Venice at 12:30, The Lollypop leaveson
Q What does one have to for you easy to get subscriptions that
Venice Sara- her return trip at 2:30 p.m.
either from to
: DO TO ENTER? Q-Can present subscriptionsbe you thought you couldn't get. carry passengers
.' bestir: to leave most A Clip and mail the Entry paid in advance? Q When should I enter?
:n pentd tin cans In your ,k klf Blank out of this paper or A-Yes. Any subscriber now A Right now TODAY
t tt-'n to tran,fcr come to The. GONDOLIER receiving the paper can pay Several people may think about
or plastic con- Carolyn *ing, 18, University of Contest office and let your interest one, two or three years in advance entering end never do It. It I
i, irding to a Florida Honda freshman from Bartow,u be known. and proper credit will be action that counts. The contest
'il Experiment Stall given If I subscriber is now manager and his helpers are
State Watermelon does have
Q-What
new Queen. a
person
> roblologist paid a year in advance, he can now enlisting entrants. You are
[r Gerald Kuhn explains She competes in Jacksonville to do after entering? pay three more years for invited to let your interest be JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER
March 9-10 for the National A Start the 500
gathering
a ''?rn cans are heat ster- $14.00 and his expiration date knOby coming to the contest 11
:z.: and are enameled inside Watermelon Queen title at the FREE VOTE COUPONS from will be extended three years. office or by phoning. Sev-
rent any reaction be- 50th Anniversary convention of people who get the Gondolier : Q-Do contest entrants have eral people may say that they
the National Watermelon There is no limit to the papers interested Several
n f had: and metal. Grow any certain territory? are may
is fruit which and triburors Association and there are no strings to the that they will come In and
,d e:: M ers A No Anyone who enters say x
19 i ';.vc 'D off.flavors and number of the coupons that you can take new or renewal subscriptions enter, but few will do it. If you NC.
!!' 'f a'ter being exposed can collect. They will\ be In from anybody residing are a person who can realize
Ki'in recommends that Choral Group every issue of this paper and anywhere in the United that you have all to gain and
. er fait be stored in there are no strings attachedto States nothing to lose by entering,
'I !r con ;mer them. While gathering these Q-How can I sell newspaper you should take advantage of orcot
coupons you can also take new this opportunity while others
subscriptions? I sold
Formed In SV never
and renewal subscriptions and anything in my life. hesitate.Q .f :,li !lfroWge

they will earn votes toward A Being a salesman has How can I win
1 < '. SOUTH VENICE A new winning in accordance with the very little to do with winning a A Enter. Get interested. 1
... p4 choral group to be known as vote schedule published in the contest of this kind. When you Ask everybody you see about Af the Shamrock Blvd. Entrance to Venice Gardens
..
advertisement in this issue
the South Venice Singers has and Don't
enter, you don't act as a solicitor votes subscriptions.
been organized here with 25! Q-Is there any way to lose? or salesman You are a let anyone discourage you. PHONE 488.4885p
II charter members. A No! You will be paid a contestant trying to win a com- Don't be afraid of competition, O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida
Earl S. Smith of 2 Darwin cash bonus to become active ,
)petition. If you tell your listen to rumors or idle talk.
F. Road, the director, the singers:, the first week after entering. friends that you are trying to Just keep on trying And you "
were organized at a meeting If you fail to win a prize, you win the contest, soon your can- will win.
In the community hall las,I will receive cash commissions
..
Wednesday for enjoyment and I on all subscriptions that are
New Sonotone relaxation of its members H, credited to you.
THINLINE eyeglass added that as it progresses, the Q How do I know that I CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET-a great highway performer
would get prize if I enter
choral to provide
hopes my
aid can correct group .
knng special holiday programs for, ed and won it? ... ., --' -- -" ..

most hearing losses. It's a the South Venice Civic Assn ai I A The firms that are fur r" .. --- .
:;r.:s:stor hearing aid built well as other clubs and organizations ., nishing the prizes are run by ,- .

:::0 Sonolonc's slimmest reputable business people who
Both secular and sacred I will assure you that you will
)!test temples. Fits womIBS music will be used In their re. get the prize that you win.
: ,men's eyeglass fronts. hearsals on the second sac I Q- Is there any way to give 3r1.6s
( R BETTER LOOK BETTER, fourth Monday of each month,. anybody votes or any "loop
BETTER Exclusively/ at- he said holes" where favoritism can
In addition President and I be shown to any contestant?
SONQTONBof Director Smith, the other officers ,. Where Is the catch?
elected at the organizelional A There is absolutely no
meeting were Mrs, way for any contestant to get;
Claude C. Booth, secretary; votes that are not earned. The
Florence Meyerhoff, treasurer; 500 FREE VOTE COUPONS
SARASOTA Elmer L. Phelan, librarian, must come out of the papers
1666 Main St. and Margante Adair occompamst that are delivered to subscribers r
TEL 955.1772 or by sample copies to nn r kt r 1 1italibn

e. ,,,........._ uu.-I&: !<& .-... _". .._"""- .. '......; boxholders. Subscriptions of turned sub-
in by contestants by
scribers for contestants yield
votes In accordance with the
INCOMETAX published schedule. This schedule -
can not be changed. There
ore no "loopholes" or no
tricks or shortcuts." This is
a straightforward, spare time NWiibe Si pcr Sport CoepaI
Sedan
Door
business proposition for people i
with initiative and ambition
Q How will the winners be
decided?
A Men and women who enter
as contestants will be receipted -I
RETURNSPrepared for all votes turned in
and credited to them. These
receipts will be held by the
By contestants themselves until I q t
the closing day. A locked and

Former Internal Revenue Agent sealed. ballot Participants box will will be total installed -

the votes on the receipts Issued
JOHN T. GALLAGHER w and deposit them in the secret
box. A board of contest judges
729 C N. TAMIAMI DRIVE J will be selected upon approvalof
the contestants.. These
PORT CHARLOTTENA judges will open the ballot box,
5.6534 check the deposited vote receipts
back against what has
22 YEARS EXPERIENCE been turned in and award the

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PAGE FIFTEEN
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'V/fc; t Young People Think" l !Bridge Scores
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RecordsCompiled ,, .. fUgdln. P.k. II. I ill tm. : 'J
, Top NoKTH.bJ\ f'
I Mr.\ R N Goulij ind >>.. I. INMlllHl ;!4
hey Want Movies With .. 144''J
by RONA SEARS 2 H. 1It..arl and AAmb Pal. 1 1I
A. Go Campbell and k. N. ..",,141.
of Gilbert Youth Research 1'1.
4Mrs. C>rt.r HirrlKKi and I<:.> I I.
Less Sex, More Story Top honors on record- once again go to the Beatles for H. Milter ..au''',.

"I Want To Hold Your H ind" and "She Loves You." Their I tin"fAST-WENT. 1) A. HU..r and Mn ,
third hit on the charts. "Please, Please Me" la holding down C. C.: l..rd...r, 114',',.
the number five upot I_ Mra (,. K. Bry.nl and Mr HumMi
L........ 'I'.
Another couple of ear-pleasing sounds are "Stop And .- ,.. J. H. Morrta and Col' VlncmUUiin '
(0 LETS GI/E Think It Over" by Dale It Grace (No. 7)), and "I Love You 111.
I ad,,.. and M... R. l' Hi in. '\1CRrldrt
Ed TNCOLcyx'aov7000HNOT More and More Every Day" by Al Martino (INo 12)Lesley ). "10411.. r.... II. 1< t.mMi. .
l Core, who hod a six-week reign at the top has I .. r H Mulrwrn and Htr M.bw l + 1 i ell'n
dropped down to seventh with her beautiful hit, "You Don't M.nhi.f N>,
Too ,, ,
2 Mn. Maa a.y. and Mn ClMnocHrlaochlUno
I Own Me. I.
k DEEP. LOTS OF New Additions: Elvis Presley Is back with "Klssin' CousIns I -Mr. ...dII.\ ... T. R "M.ri' 1\',.
.
1M... Lrln Uoubll. and Mr. W
Also new "Penetration, a great instrumental by the
"'.101.. M''(,.
CORN BALL Pyramids; "Hello Dolly" the title hit of the new Broadway Rrldi.' sod,.. ,.... It, 7 til p... i I E

show sung<< by the versatile Louis Armstrong; and "Live I NOKIHBOIJIHMn. Cans. Hirrku sad Mn L HMlllfr .
Wire." by Martha and the Vandellas. one of the hottest isa''iI I
group In the U.S. Last are the Dave Clark Five, who have .Uil.. Ira Nflmn sod Myron gehom

replaced the Beatles as England's number one group and are l-4-Mn.fi-M. III'w',.. K Huldn and Cm M.
feeling "Glad All Over."" S. Newton, HIV
Pick Hit of the Week: "All My Lovin' promises\ to be M-Mn.Vmrmt J.m Dlmm.: ,J.III'KilM,. ul Cal! I

another big one for the Beatles EAST.WrftT
I Mrs. Ruth (......11 sad )I..... taut JUnertb 0I
This rant Two Weeks on 12I'VAilm '
lv .' and Mn. It. R. HII.IOK. IllVa
Week Week Weeks Song and Rerordinf Artist The List .1 -M.. and Mrs. W. H. Wild 117.aMi' I ,1
.1k and. II... M.rk E..... JlI'-'.
W.... > thtk, F*. 17, 1.11 t...
1 1 1 "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and MlHlHSOUIrr 1st Lt. John D. DeBdlz (rf-ht) squadron
of Es-
J, K. Hill, and Harry Rlmr. lllli KEY TO MOBILITY Estil! Balsmger to
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"She Loves You" Beatles .. . 7/6 1-Mn. R. N. (Miuld and II... i. I.Nnlnn til's Used Cars turns over the keys to a 1954 commander Looking on are Stan!>) Lavins
:2 I :2 z 3 "Dawn Go Away)" lily'
donated executive officer and H. M. Ir.
Chevrolet station he has to squardon ,
Four Seasons . ... . . 4 1-l 1M a. FMIott and Mrrotl 8ehoM" wagon< Chuck cadet command.ntGONDOLIER
,.Id, IIS''{. the Venice Composite Squadron of the Civil ( ) Place
3 4 11 "Java" Al Hirt .. ... .. II I-M,H Lucy I""" ",... and R. N. staff and runabout ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
for ear
4 II 8 "California Sun" Rivierai . 4 Gonlil. 111EAST.WEsT, Air patrol use as.- a -- p.
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5 6 "Please Please Me" Beatles. 2 I-Mi- Eth.l, Mark. and X.... }. H
r" 6 1 :20!}.-"Navy Blue" Plane Renay ,. 3 Morris 127I .

7 8 13 "Stop and Think It Over" I I--Mn Adrn.. Lam and Mrs I.. I.R.nmu C. and Huiton II.....Ill FR. t 7aJfe d 1tct E
&cL tt5ilay Dale & Grace . .. . .. 4 Rvborn. JlI''v tj << ( a;
8 12 "Good! Nt''' s" Sam Cooke . .. :2 I 4-Vn H.... U.n.M and Ii.... J.
W. Kimball III.Brldr. .
8 3 :2 I "You Don't Own Me" Sm-IlK. ,.h. U. ItN p...
I Gore- 7 KOKIHFdUTHIMr.'
Lesley
i.'i; ; .. rTM Unda. and >>.... BullS tiii
10 11 ID "See Th Clown" -
Funny ......,
of life. Adds I IlL
( The A+Rerlated< Press) like our way Bobby Goldsbom .. .. . .. . 3 I-II.. and MO, V.n B. Cen.r. 100'.. ; f.i! LI
Lea sex and more story, Anne Wilkens. 18, of Rochester 11 "KI stn' CouHins'. i-II.. '.1<.... ".....hl..o art X"

'That! 1'e what the youthful mo- N.Y., "I don't get anythingout Elvis! Presley . . . ..... I >M.:AST.\\'T. II...... 12',. -7--....,......'!"':'........ ... .... ........'..' _. ".......,....
of It if I have to read I
ton picture audience In AmerIca 12 18 "I Love You More and More t-Mrs and Mrs. w. p. Caren. loa. RUG SERVICE '-

w snts. titlel.II Some teen-agers with Every Dnv" AI Martmo .,2 2 I Mn Mr.. and W. 101 Ma.....Jelin. and Lawmn X.... C..I'An' HOME FURNISHING
agree
These youn peopde tell us 13 13 18 ") Onlv Want To Be With You" SrNomhilU, 91 l. PATIO SHOP
h hot that they want atrictercensorship Dennis! Taylor. 18, of Decatur Dusty Springfield! .. . . .. 4 v.nx.no, ,... ..l Rrldaf.Club FREE DECORATING
111., who points out that the I'. 7tSI ptaIMU.
and a stronger .. 1
14 "Penetration" Pyramids .
different 1-Aim 1 and Mm. R. C. Hetnn. tsl';j. ACCESSORIES
acne of morality In Hollywood tastes of people abroad are 15 10 4 "Um Urn, Urn Urn, Urn Um" 1- MI.. I..., Jmo.a7 and W. Prim. GIFT IDEAS
by our new from ours and therefore . 7 !
Judging Stator Lance . ..
movies. .. .
their films appeal to different I. Mr, Lnuii J. Unmk ant AkaIldo
a
fOIst{ t to coast survey they : 18 19 "Thee Shelter of Your Arms" iT(.
.
eel( motion picture I producersunderestimate type of Audience. Sammy Davis, Jr. . . 2 I M... I'. K. anent and N. K. P.1-
.
I Foreign Films Artistic "Ol. tit.a
I
the taste end In- 17 20 "Who Do You Lov." Sapphires 2 M.. .nd Mm. W. P. I'hllll.71.. .. 34ttHOUSE
K1: jence of the audience, and The foieign! films have their I 13 "Hello Dolly" Louis Armstrong 1 e Mr and Mm. W H. Wlid. 170'':;.
supporters however, who note Phnb ., II'.... I'a''" T..ra.m.t 4
want to tee some changes: 14 1 "Glad All O\'l'r"-Davr Clark Five 1 .
they their artistic value and thought I Adm. sod M.. R C. HH.n. K70'_
lIIade. 20 "Live Wire"-Martha & Vandellas I I It,.. love J"'H'" an4 W. rrim, .

Many ajree with Judy Barker and provoking girls mentioned ideas Several that boys foreign I Aral M..': J.mn O Kalw. and Cot V. OF FURNITURE
who
i of Fairborn Ohio .
i7 "nh.n
"more refreshing I films are interesting<< because I Mn. L11V7. 1',It man and MyronIrldt.
cUd prefer Coin & Currency Club Sets ShowThe e'hmnf.iS. UP,,. 421 S. Tamianu( Tr. VeniceAt
dramatic movies. with less s M.. ..,d Mr,. Rnr C. Mnb. Kin''., Venice Shopping Center
and more plot. Stan ., 8 M.... r. It:. n.nand, N. K. P.
m .. ..... ... .
ETS CO ACROSS ..... .10'.. --- <
t"ina 17, of Blue Hill. Neb., Venice! Area Coin and coins or currency are requested Studio, ,... It, I.a1 *.ml IC. rm JI
tar'I If>s glorification of hood- rue srREETAiioscQNAMERX Currency Club will sponsor a to contact anv member of I ..l-,,4 rr dm.n and l..l.l Vlnmil

JTII and criminals AN fMF show to which the public la invited the committee. Members who l-Mn",a....Ix-iHp 70. i. l'nml and Mn. C I SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR J 15 YEARS

Here are some other suggests next Wednesday MarchII. have already reserved space R. c.-.. ALa
. by the teen-agree on howr 1I for F. W. Douglas II... W. E: "'......k.r and MnW .
will held In display are .
y The show be -
F Or.". HIS. I I'tr ': ]
ft .!nu'd be Improved.'Thrv I place of the regular March Clyde C. Bnner Larry Mcln. i.: I. H. M'llw' and Mrnrn *fhr.n- _
should be geared torn I f 1 1.p 1R meeting mats Mrs Sally Stubbs C. E. I fell' "'.. ___
dilt mind,"' says Ingrid L l dli The show will be in the Roplm J. E. Roach William
c tmm 18 of Pennsuaken Hall. Walter Haig R. W. Bitter 9'I
Sl' William Granger and two

Improve censorship rules. Savings &. Loan from 7:30 p m sons Billv and Bobby: Ronald I
n Cheryl White. 17 of Gobs 7 7i until 10 p m Reed of Venice Coins. Robert
Mi .h adding<<, "Some of i The committee in charge! of Johnson of South Venice Coins
':e t', 'lei put out are noth- a the show is headed bv R W and J W Scott of Scott's 1
.
t .t dirt' i Hitter, and imhides E Walter Coins Sarasota

Ecnnv Wiley! IS. of Bowling yr nl Wig,j Larry McIntosh and There is no charge and any
r: cen Ky wants lower prices Ronald Reed Anv member one interested is cordially invited
Ira (fewer w<'stern features who wishes to show or exhibit to attend. I
'More thought! provoking and
bit rctual stories," asks Norman M DAYTONA BEACH

Bntton. 18, of Torrance :
l.f fi
i ii." Hfnderson. 16, of Deft they show different tit
'' I', wants "more movies plates and people] a gawr a

II' 'd for the whole family David Kahsh, 18, of New / c rwA s, SKANI
1IOt. of t the adults or kids" York City holds that 'the foreign
American Films Better Mm maker has exploitedthe

D>'Pi"f the criticism Amer. art, where we exploit the # E GUt.F OP. MEXICO',
.i't ""' generally rate high- money" Carolyn Crutcher 16. 'r71 o
" than foreign productions of Nashville Tenn., likes the

''H' :ht per cent of the scenery In foreign films
I and girls like Hollywood Many boys and girls echo the

.el t'!ter than foreign sentiments of Jesse Weatmore.
, 'though,: more than land, 17 of Nashville, Tenn
'. who "I haven't seen
"EI ourthi haven't seen any says, any
TorUd pictures recently foreign films except on TV and

icier 'tingly enough theK they weren't very good. i i iJ

. : nd more foreign mo- T
*I, but the girls like t them

titter. Tufnty-two per cent of Does Plan e
lit young men, but only 17 per d j a'a 1 L

ant of the.young. women, had .
teen a foreign film recently.0e ForMarch
the other hand only M per Party +
wit of the girls prefer Ameri"n _
.
mc..a,. while] 62 per rent
of the bovs 12A ,
say Hollywood ? PM
Pll1ures are better AL'J I
The n atone for this prefer- "Get Acquainted Party"on i. J iiiaJ

rays Jd from a lack of unit March 12 will climax a PLYMOUTH BEATS

.fc. i ling. << of foreign films toe membership drive now being
" fe ng that they are too conducted by Benevolent and

.r Bill Heuer, 17, of Au- Patriotic Order of Does Drove
M 3<' say the "moral !Ml.
,
"Id" of Hollywood picture. The party will be held at 6:30:

ru,. Ugh apparently. low)'seems p m. at Elks Lodge. Refreshments ALL COMPETITION
".
fM comparatively" will be served

'rmr":Mooreheiid.. 15, of De- The club's monthly meeting<<

I leeiin"x Stilt. summed up the will be herd at '.8. p.m, before
bt Manyby'explain jog<< the party.with Mrs. John Hartman -

tmnc.n movies are "mMe president in charge.: .. )'.' .' >" '','tfJIn .
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Imagine Florida before recor s..before tourists and and streaked across the finish line today to win the famous'
crowded beaches luth, beautiful' lazy.wal'J11
home lit.t in the winter time quiet It's still very much that way at Cape Haze, but "Daytona 500" first-second-third I Averaging better than '
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under rainy autos condition with modern touches to add to your enjoyment has Exclusive 154 miles per hour, Plymouth proved its ability to take the
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JOHNSON where we call 10 to 14 a private Gulf Beach, large swimming<< pool and rugged grind of competition racing and come up a winner as well. I I

No one can lay that Flor- feet above I" I lev.1 J "highI cabana clubhouse, private and shrubbed Gun Club roads for and skeet central and If this Is the kind of durability you want in your new car, I
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hat had a good wintereatherwi.e ground," your choice of f trap water shooting system. A paradise for bathers, boater and Get up and go Plymouth for 19641

that it. Alm property that it high and sportsmen. .. lust 6 miles from Boca Grande's fine
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been
a very unusual i
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adjoining county, is eligible to enter and compete for the CONDITIONER.ALL .
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3. Contestants are not confined to their town or com- be paid ten percent (10'.) CASH COMMISSION on the
munity in getting subscriptions, but may take orders anywhere amount of money turned Into their credit for new and
in the United State renewal subscriptions to The GONDOLIER (See Rule
4. Vote credits issued tof subscriptions win be In No. 13).
accordance with the schedule published in this issue. Including .. a
the first week! cash and vote coupon which will
become a first period coupon minus extra cash one week
after a contestant makes his or her first cash report. This
coupon will decrease in value 25,000, votes every week, DISTRICT PRIZE
starting one week prior\ to the close of the first period.
Right is. reserved to issue extra votes not to exceed the
value scriptions.of 20 each of these coupons, also] on extended sub- o $500 BONDFor

5. Votes are not transferable. One contestant cannot Entrants BesldiBg Outride of City Lh Its/
t withdraw in favor of another contestant or give subscriptions .
to another contestant Contestants violating] this rule of Venice
are subject to disqualification. MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX OR ITS COST IN CASH
8. Any collusion on the part of contestants to nullify
competition or any other combination formed in the detriment After the Ford and S500 In eash have been awarded -
of this newspaper or contestants is forbidden. Contestants To Be Supplied By and Be on Display At the entrant from this district with the next
taking part In such combination and violating this highest vote total win be awarded the District
rule are subject to disqualification at the discretion of the Prise. Na entrant eau win ewe prises.
management. BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY"the ,
7. All votes Issued to contestants may be held Inreserve
and be published I at the discretion of this news most afordable fords In ffor/da"/
paper. Published standings! will show only enough votesto FIRST WEEK
show the leaders for the prizes U.S. 41 SOUTH VENICE, FLORIDA 488-6787
8. The winners of the prizes will be decided by their
earned vote credit, said credits represented by votes issued Cash and Vote CouponGOOD
for cash subscription collections extra votes for .
turning them in at certain intervals: and the free couponsclipped FOR
from this newspaper No entrant can win two of $3.00
Cash and 100,000 Extra Votes
the prizes listed in this announcement. SECOND PRIZE
9. Contestants in this contest are authorized repre- This Coupon when accompanied '*y. SM worth of eoksrrhvtlons.
sentatives of this but it Is understood and
newspaper Is WORTH I3.M r ASH and lMew EXTRA VOTES
agreed that they will be held responsible for all money If returned In tile FIRST WEEK after catering the contest.

report collected days and to will the remit Contest such Department.amounts in full on regular No........... Subscriptions at I 5ee.r... tNo ............

10. No statement or promise made by any representatives $500 CASHAny .........., Snbscrlntlont! at ItO." ...,.., S..I'.
varying from the rules and statements appearingin Ne......, .., Sabacrlptlons! at .14........... $............
this newspaper will be recognized by the publisher. In TOTAL. .. ............................... 130.11I
case ,of typographical is understood or that other neither error the in a rule or statement Deduct U." cash ......,..,..,....,....... a.M
it contest manager
nor the publisher shall be held responsible except to make Entrant Can Win This Prize TURN IN at eontast office .,..............,.,. *1*
.1 I necessary corrections upon discovery of same
:\ I !'. II. To insure absolute fairness in awarding the prizes, Conte tant.. Name .......................................

f I" the contest will be brought to a close under a sealed Address .. ... ...... ............
ballot box, in which the final returns will be placed and FOURTH PRIZE .. ..... .........
i opened by a board of three impartial judges at a given THIRD PRIZE I NOTE Ne ilmtt' to 'th. number of they eeupons a contestant
hour. By doing this no one-not even the contest manager ear ase the first week after entering
can possibly! know who the prize winners will be. This NEW $209.95
I precludes any possibility! of favoritism arid insures abso-
lute fairness in awarding the prizes The decision of the NEW $259.95 DELUXE
judges will be final. 6300 btu/hr. 115-V Room G.E.
12. In event of a tie for any of the prizes a prize ENTRY BLANKGOOD
identical in value will be given each tying contestant.
13 ALL CONTESTANTS will be paid $3.00 for each GSDA1RE! DISH WASHP AIR CONDITIONERTHIS
"club" during the first week of activity. Active contestants FOR 5,000 ENTRY VOTESThe
who do not win prize. will be paid 10 percent cash com
missions on the amount of cash collected for subscriptions GONDOLIER
after first week. This commission will be paid when the PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY William Lancaster, Contest Manager
contest closes. It is distinctly understood however, thatin IT'S PORTABLE Venice, Fla.
event any contestant becomes INACTIVE, falling to ENTRANT
make weekly cash reports he or she will at the discretionof THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY Date .. ,.. ... ....... ......... tllt4!
the management, become disqualified and forfeit all ANY Supplied By and on Display at Please enter the person whose name appear belowIn
right to a prize or commission. the $4.!500! CONTEST, and send full details:

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

the decision of the management will be final. Supplied By and on Display atVENJCE. Street No. or Route ......................................
IS. If the first prize winner chooses cash Insteadof
the car, twenty ((20/ ) percent will be deducted from Town .................,.............. Phone No...........

the delivered price for advertising. Aile.. ,........ Do you have access to a CarT.........
18. In each kw SARASOTA
becoming a contestant person agrees to ELECTRIC BRADCNTON
abide by the above rules and conditions APPLIANCEAUTHORIZED Occupation: ...............................................

I 1?. list This pf contest the contestants officially, opens and continues with the until first May published VENICE Resident' : of ............ ........ ........ Town-District
2, 1964 SALES AND SERVICE SHOPPING PHONE NOTE: You can enter your name or that of a friend. On'ie
I 13} W. VENICE AVE., VENICE PHONE -.4B-2834 CENTER 481.4943 ,000 entry votes will be credited -

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MARCH 5. 1944
THURSDAY{ GONDOLIER I PAGE SEVENTEEN
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WIN! One of 67 VAN CAMP ,


Rogers 1833 Five Piece '

SILVER SETS '

One To Be Given Away At Stoktely, I

Each KWiK EHEK\

Ned Not Bt Present To Wi.I.tNo Ob8gitioaiNo
Purchases RtqutrJ x 'I'' l'll' ; :

67 WINNERS ,
0 '
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FxCEI.I-E C1G AI [n'r"1 Mutt B* Deported
No later Than STCKELY A6f11.c.l
PrlcH EH.ttlrMuch 5 Thru 7 i+R Sat. Night, March 7 PINEAPPLE JUICE t-: :_ YOUR CHOICE
STORE HOURS: STOKELY .... to MIX EM UP
9 .an. to 9 Pall Mon thru Fri. WINNERS TO BE TOMATO JUICE :JSTOKELY J-:IM
F.w
ANNOUNCED MARCH 9
9 am. to 7 p.m. sAf. zk '"
OS. 41 SAN MARCO DR. ,y r '00.Cmlav. .
All GrllD Cd ASPARAGUS ; illUnit I'
Qnutrty Rights Roton CONTEST RULES four

Simply estimate length of STOKELY BEANS 303wC. 4$1 1
YYhol.Gr.en
ribbon on duplay In your fa Limn Pm.1t .
h yorit. Kwik Chek. Closet eitimate -
475 Fertilizer entered at each Kwik citn PORK & BEANS No.Sav.16.Unit J'i Can.
wlh.tt Chek will win beautiful' 5 Pour
place ilver set.
50-lb. OOf STOKEIY SPINACH N
Bag limit One Your Choice with $S or More Order umR_rover ,


6 6 6 FertilizerCRANULAR COFFEE Sare l6c STOKELY STOKELY Lima BEANS limit:303 JOJ SOY.C.Con Four I.. for $100for ;

5011. 99 C Whole TOMATOES Limit'"Firs", $100
Bag FOLGER'S FLOUR .
ASTOR
STOKELY Cream Style >OJCo
.r Whole Kernel CORN 1:41.
light

i.Ib S 14b c Bag 39( STOKILY BEETS ::.;a '.
Cut
VIGORO limit llghr
Can
Limit ono STOKELY 30)Cm 8 forHampers $1
14rr\
SPINACH
4ov.40climit

::Colon|-/Cothei limit DETERGENT One Your Choice with $5 or More Order Chopped Groin SAUERKRAUT Until lav.JOJ HgM I Con JO.gklSTOKELY


VAN PORK & BEANS tot.CMSav. 32.
Sm24c (AM P'S ,
_ _
AW* WHITE OR BLUE ARROW VAN CAMP'SPORK sDSt..t
STOKELY
FOIIIu. $199 & BEANS Sweet PEAS Sav.31.Umll Six'. o
for

100% NYLON Giant Pkg. 29C 12 s: $1, Cut STOKELY Green BEANS Iani6f 101 limit Can SI*

Throw STOKFLTTometo 14 OE.III.S.V. .
Rugs
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CATSUP 29(
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42bchoi 2. .fa. I, F.A. efOO| 7 Juice 24o3.Btl.LimitTw"' "29C STOKELY FreihPikWhot.D.8. PICKLES iari17:. l.r for $100


SAVI ISc SLICK THRIFTY Sare4St MA ID' f.-S.TQKELY DOLLAR SAVIN'DOLLAR VALUES '
Lawn Mowers
I $)I00 HalresorSlicedJ. \
(,de DogFoodl5 fall& I
irlWs4StnttaEngles $4495 J. Peaches W-D BRAND U. S. CHOICE
SAVE 20c DEEP SOUTH No.T
32OE.aPS Cans $100 < b' b
Scatter i I : BEEF SALE !

Limit U.S. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED BONE


Each y ST l1KS 30c SAVE Ib. Sge .,.,

I 1/1'/ <'J"r Per Pwsd:::

TOP ROUND

Cream f ._' STEA'is" 20c SAVE.Ib. 8ge


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'# less oast lb.> 89c
NO LIMIT
FULL CUT ROUND-SAVE 20c Ib E.Z CARVE RIB SAVE lOc lb. r

IDAHO BAKING Steaks 79c Roast 79
CENTER CUT BONE IN CHUCK I
BEEF

FROZEN FOODS 01010e5 10 59 C PLATEft.1: :. 19c Roast *. 59 r

......,. VKWM Pak Vegetables I Butter Sauce. lb. Bag mm mm_ VALUE_ _?
PetS
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FRESH STANDARD FANCY DELICIOUSApples SWEET CHICK QUICK FROZ.COVT. W.D BRAND SLICED
Mixed) INSP.GRADE'A'FRYER S..10c
Oysters. 1261.Cln 99c 4 49c
Vegetables LBeg 49 With lb. iLJaCOn Da.
49c
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'ARMHOUSUROZN AWE,CHERRY,PEACH FIShCakeS I20E.-pi< 39cu.s.. NO.1 1 MORRELL'S ROLL

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BALLARDSBiscuits
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SHOPPING Ad Vertorlals Solicited --To the Modern Student, a Typewriter I ts e Necessity Homestead Plan I

I SARASOTA Genevieve and paid Sandusky for by ELLIE'S BOOK & STATIONERYMetal


& Wood Furniture, Filing Equipment, Business Papers and Aired At Meet 1

RUG MART FOR CARPETING WEST COAST LUMBER COMPANY Forms Standard, Standard Electric end Portable Electric .
I Furniture -- -
Typewriters Business
I Tax Assesgor --the present home'iteadII
Finest Broadloomi"Such Lumber Paints Roofing Hardware Glass Bloch ENGLEWOOD \
"Featuring America's These and thousands of nationally tomers William N. Stuart explain Unfair Burden
Hardwoods Cabinet Work Millwork a Specialty No can help judging by He declared this
famous names as 'Alex home so that you may select< known office supplied one So ed the intricacies of the proposed pUc,d ,.
ander Smith Cabin Crafts the type and color best suitedto This is one of the best known personnel make an estimatefor and equipment were selected the evidence of his efforts senses the amendment to the Home. unfair burden on other i' r
because each is an outstanding give your business law at a public -ers, especially burine 3 t ,..
Guhatan Wunda-Weve mean vour needs. firm In this area. Whatever you. If you need help in using stead Exemption
the Rug Mart has America's Their own experts are fac- your need in good building materials planning, or in selecting the product in its field.If help they deserve, by meeting here sponsored by lishments who must In t o

finest collection of broadloomand tory trained They install your and lumber, they are type and quality best suited you are proud of your business only Consult the finest.ELLIE'S BOOK It the Englewood/ Civic Council of their pass the customers additional ecu on to

decorator rugs for every carpeting and cut area rugs to ready to furnish top quality, they'll gladly help you. if you depend upon it STATIONERY on any equip- Sarasota. 'their prices. by r"Jl':

purpose, taste and pocketbook. any shape or size from carpet- nationally known products at a Make it clear In your spec! it deserves the very best. You ment or furnishings problem. Stuart avowed his neutralityIn A property assessed at '
ing of choice Every rug, reasonable price.. House Joint $ 11))
your the
It I Is the largest and finest fications that you want WEST do know that the quality of Their years of experience Is outlining and now compleU
home-owned exclusive Carpet or carpet they sell is 100 percent For nearly 35 years WEST advantage Resolution No. 1030. The pro- tc,.
COAST LUMBER CO. productsused your office furnishings, papers, sure to work to your exempt would pay a s'' -oi _
COAST LUMBER COMPANYhas co-intro
Store in this area The Rug guaranteed. You'll actually and is re 1344 Main, in Sarasota posed amendment was under ii
exclusively. supplies equipment, of $27.14 the 1963 J vC
Mart has a beautiful displayof See them also about any ol gone ahead in the community duced by Rep. Russell Jordanof \buy <
besides being flected in the of cus Phone 9586577. mills
save money eyes your 13 57 Stuart laid
cleaning. They have furnishing fine materials and Rep.
carpeting, including woven your rug Sarasota County
assured that material is .
.
the "Host" system of dry building their own reputation, every Wadsworth of Flagler The tax assessor pain: i ou,
and tufted carpets of wool, Ac- William
Titan Nylon Viscose and cotton cleaning carpets .* approvedby never missing an opportunityto I up to. or above the specifications Orr Reports 65 Per Cent County during the 1983 sessionof however that Sarasota C;:Jr"
okayed
all available in a wide and carpet manufacturers. You Improve their worth to this the legislature. If passed by voters an addi::waj\
colorful variety of solid colors -, can clean rugs yourself at a area Stop in at 1128 Central Avenue Waivers the voters In Sarasota County mill school levy in a r 'Cn!
'Center'
tweeds and patterns. cost of approximately three When you plan your building, Sarasota or call 955-4228 Signed it will be subject to a state dum Nov. 5. 1963. Schoo tan
cents a square foot. stop in and let their skilled for information. wide vote In November as a millage could be Incrc j i.
They also have a large display -I A H. Noelke, the presidentof NORTH PORT CHARLOTI'EApproximately proved. Originally, GDC would constitutional amendment affecting 15 57. If this happened the

and stock of thousand of the Rug Mart Inc., is proud i, LAD 'N LASSIE 69 per cent of have the final word. Now Sarasota County only. $27.14 school tax would be uo..
accent and area rugs by Cabin: I that his firm supplies most of property owners here have plans must be approved both scheduled ped to $31 l.1t
Crafts and Regal I, usually the carpeting in the Venice I Infant1 and ChildiWi Wear signed the necessary waiverson by the city planning board and Flagler! has not the proposal.a "Is this Just a wedcj to w! .
found only In the metropolitan referendum on
large area. Stop in at their downtown deed restrictions to permitthe the developer (who will even. in and eventually do ??, .
centers, but at lower location opposite the Post Office Shop Now at either of and novelties for showers establishment of long- tually build the shopping complex First $2,000 with homestead exempt::- en- "
prices. their stores for all your ('hildren'l and new arrivals. amendment Is tirely'" was the
at 120 S. Orange, Sarasota I sought shopping center, according ). The proposed query of oni
Their trained and experienced phone 955-0104 see the widest Easter fashions. These delightful stores are to Robert C. Orr, Jr. North Port Charlotte City the levy of a tax on the first of the spectators Stuart did
will with at the lowest Lad 'N Lassie makes smartness literally hung with the newestin
people help you variety pricesof Orr, head of the NPC Plan Commissioners are expectedto -
any carpeting problems. They any store on Florida's West and quality the foremost Easter fashions anythingin ning Board, told between 250 meet in the near future to COMPARATIVE TAX STRUCTURE f
will 1 bring samples to yourMUSIC Coast. features of their specialized the shop would make a delightful and 300 members of the NPC put the stamp of approval on Present Tax Proposed Tax

service Individuality, so desir. outfit in the Easter Parade Civic Association last week, vacating a plotted street dedi- (with Homestead) (with Homestead)
able hard to find in
m yet so the committee hopes to get 100 cated to the city. The street Based on 1963 Millage (11.57)
CENTER infant and small children'sclothes
I I is constantly widening: Stop in at LAD 'N LASSIE, per cent approval of the II has never been built and exists If Your Your Tax ,

III Coon "Triumph In Ton" I their circle of friends and customers South Gate Shopping Plaza or property owners in the area on paper only. Value Is: Your Tax Is: Will Be

Organs on St. Armands Key. They will between Eager and Biscayne. The vacating of the street $1,000 . . .. . $0 ... . . $1357 .\
The great appeal of the the world over. It Is surely These shops a large be glad to show anythingin He assured the group, how and the lifting of the deed restrictions 2,000 .. ... ... . .. 0 .. -.. ... . 2714 :
Conn Organ is due to the fact commendable if you furnish line of nationally carry advertised l stock Prices are you so low that ever, the remaining 35 percent will be subject to 3,000 .. ..... ...-.." 0 ...... . . 27.14

owners that in of a Conn short Organs time, are the this Stop great in Inspiration at the store today Sub brands.Teens For-Girls Boys- Tots Tots thru thru they plenty will of surprise free parking.you. Always Alsoa the project.present A no simple deterrent 51 per to sus public seems hearing to reflect but the the concen desire 4.000 5,000:: ::::::::::::::".... 0 0 ::::::::: :::: : : : 2714 2714::)

playing their favorite tunes. learn how easily you can own 14. convenient lay-away plan. cent is all that is required he of the residents for the shopping 5,500 .. . ... .. 13.74.. .. . . 3410

The Music Center will guarantee some of the world's finest They also carry, a lot of Phone Sarasota 958-4872 or 388- advised. facility and no oppositionis 6000 . .... ....... 27.48 .... .-.- . 410J
to teach you to play a Conn musical instruments beautiful and useful gifts, toys 1737. Orr itemized, in detail the expected. 6,500 .. ... ... .. 4122 .. .. ... . 4801
Organ in 10 easy lessons deed restrictions which must Dylenskl Fleeted 7,000 . ... ......... 5496 .. .. .. 5496
In the Piano line, the MUSIC of For these you lovely can purchase instrumentswith any BAGGETT FLOOR STYLING be changed from the original William Dylenski was elect
CENTER features the Kim- General Development Corp. ed second vice-president of the Based on Maximum Millage (15.57))

ball, Janssen and Estey pianos. a low down payment. Armstrong linoleum & Tile I planning, Although the area, association fc"wmf: th- adop-- $1.000 . ... ..... $ 0 .. .. . $1557

If you have children, a MUSIC CENTER Azrock Asphalt Tile "Floort Are Our Business" earmarked for a shopping cen- tion of by-laws creating this 2.000 . .... .. .. 0 .... .. . 31.14
piano or an organ is an Inspiration 250 South Gate Plaza, ter. provided for almost every office. Dylenskl now retired, 3.000 .. . ....... 0 ... ... . . 31.i4
in the home, creating Sarasota Phone 955-9331. I Baggett's Floor Styling offers Asphalt Tile or the Vinyl Plastic kind of retail snles outlet had been a practicing attorney 4,000 . .. .. .. 0 . . . . 31.14

an atmosphere of dignity See them for Guitars and you enduring distinctive Tile or one of their other known to man, it restricted the for a number of years. 5,000 . ... . ... 0 .. . . . 3114

and culture that is recognized Sheet Music.I floors of beauty and durabilityat types of floor coverings.Baggett'a sale of beer and wine. I Charles Schmitt, president of 8,500 . . ... . 14.74 . .. . . 3810

moderate cost you will also offers the best Beer and nine Venice Gardens HomeownersAssn. 6.000 ... ... ..... 29.48 ... .. . . 4505

find them sanitary easyto wall tile for bathrooms, kit The city planner pointed out ., explained the working 6,500 . .. . . <<.22. ... .. . 5201
C. A. HAWKINS keep clean.BaggeU'1 chens, etc. They have any type the change was necessary policies of the Sarasota County 7,000 . ..... ... .... 68.96.,. ... . 58 % I
have a full wall tile for you to choose
rangeof
WELL DRILLING PUMP REPAIR colors and sizes. Ideal for ; from. since plans call for a super Council of Neighborhood Associations - -- - -

I homes, stores and offices. I Only skilled craftsmen are market and "what supermarket A committee will be $2,000 of homestead value for not deny such action might fallow
Sprinkling. Systems Berkley and Sta-Rit Pumps I Baggetts are floor specalists employed at Baggett's All would go In if they" couldn't appointed by Carl Meyer as. school purposes only and exempts the passage of the proposed

Motors Rewound Repaired Rebuilt New & Used MotorsC. Jim Baggett, the owner, has work Is performed to bring out sell beer and wine sociation president, to deter the next $5,000 value amendments.
had over 25 years experienceand its artistry as well as Its prac Orr also said the restriction mine the feasibility of associ. from school millage. The county "Real liard ship"
MOTOR Skill Saws and Power Tools. calling for buildings to be 25 with
A HAWKINS was originally trained by ticality. "Cheerful Free Eatimatea" sting the county council. millage alone will be appliedto Protests heard
SHOP is prepared to handleall They also repair and rebuild fc'et apart would also be lifted. Other Business $5,000 to were from
the value
the Armstrong Tile Co. You any time. over up retirees with fixed incomes..
your. electrical motor problems water pumps.C. are assured a first class Installation Located at 1108() N. Orange He reminded a common the wall large between audience In other business, the association a total assessed value of 7000. Said one such senior citizen,

A. Hawkins also specializes whether you choose Ave., in Sarasota. Phone 955- : Any assessed value over $7,000 "Our incomes don't fluctuate
They provide expert motor in drilling both deep and the nationally known Azrock 1707MOWRER'S stores is a convenience for cus. e Agreed/ to participate in a will not pay any additional tax like wages do. We live on only
work from the most minor tamers and a saving for the Gay Nineties Picnic on Saturday -
shallow wells from two under this amendment.
much and tax change
so a can
detail of to com I builders. April 11.Instructed.
repairing thru eight inches. Don't hesitate PAINT GLASS Double Stuart admitted he was not mean a real hardship to our
and rebuild Approval a
pletely rewinding Director John
to ask for "Free Esti- "
ing for electrical repairmen, r Among other restrictions list Boyle to make arrangementsfor familiar with the wants and budget.
mates and Inspections. An Quality Paints and Glass for PurposeMowrer's
dealers and industrial units as phase of their business - Every ed by Orr was the manner in monthly dances at the needs of the Board of Public Fred Haigh the only count;
well as farm motors. important have become a mix 1600 colors. which final plans would be ap community center from, commissioner at the meeting,
when
is Irrigation and Sprinkler Instruction queried
Concerns or Individuals center offering complete paint This firm has served the stressed the difference between
sending work to this companyrun Systems.C. and glass products for the community since 1935 and they .- the audience as to whether or appraised valuation and assessed

no risk, because all their A. Hawkins has all the West Coast. All kinds of glass are skilled experts with the not an Immediate and specific valuation He said Sarasota
for autos, windows for furniture experience and the knowledgethat need exists for the additional
,
work is guaranteed. Estimates needed supplies and he has County assessments art
are given on all jobs and the established a reputation of and desk tops. They have will help you in all your ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION monies. "Should the amend- based on 60 per cent of appraised .
customer knows the cost before treating you right. Dial 924- the skilled men and the equip- painting and glass problems. ment pass, It will probably bea valuation.The .
ment to cut glass. They They have fine line of windfall for the county
a
any work is done. They 3563. Located at 5043 S. Tarn- any commissioner said
have a stock selected from paints and painters supplies schools he said i
repair all electric motors, iami Trail In Sarasota MAINTENANCE home must be appraised at
some of the largest nationally Be sure that their skill, and Norman Coulon, a memberof
known manufacturers-they're their expert knowledge, back- the civic council, said Representative slightly under $11,000 to haw
During Your, Stay at Sarasota, Visit Beautiful LIGHTING SUPPLIES an assessed valuation of $7OTO
always glad to estimate glass ed by their years of experience Russell Jordan
and thus additional
I or paint work. will work to your advantage, told: him the annual coot of escape

MIDWAY GROVES INC. Valspar and Carpenter-Mor will save you money. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.Base educating one child is approxi- taxation.
Stop in at 525 Kumquat mately $500. Coulon said More than 60 persons attend
Finest Citrus Fruits Shipped or Home Use, "Tree T1 You" ton Paints Varnishes, Larco- Court, cor 6th &. KumquatCt. many families with five or six ed the meeting at which Scot

bid Enamels and their remarkable . off 6th between Orange & Cockrill Streets Phone 488-4794 children live in homes com Aflhwoi presided.
take home
For the finest citrus fruits a quart or a
special machine & Central. Call Sarasota 955- s----- ___
pletely exempt from taxes by
to ship or for home use, for gallon filly] our thermosDon't .
\ back the very latest thing that will 1797, for further information.
the perfect gift select large forget the folks

oranges and grapefruit go home Select from Florida's CAPTAIN ANDERSON III. A7"e' April 4 Date
to MIDWAY GROVES. INC finest tree ripened fruits. Send

Remember the name Tree them a gift of famous "TreeT' I
Sea Leave Pier SAM.Rtturn For Job TestsFlorida
T' You makes the difference. You" brand citrus These Daily Deep Fishing City .
All gift packs and boxes are make a perfect gift, one that 5 PM. Bait Fr. Rods & Reels $1.00

decorated with kumquats young and old alike may enjoy For citizens interested in
a new thrill in fishing Examine the fishing advant-
while in season. and appreciate. into the of state careers dealing with cter.
a i sea excursion Gulf ages of Sarasota, especiallythe
Many of these large color. Every item shipped by MID Mexico for every memberof deep sea offer the best ical, social work, sanitation or

ful boxes contain jellies and WAY GROVES INC., is guar- the family, there's a deep fishing along the Florida West for a technical operations are encouraged -
marmalades in addition to .mteed to a. rl\e at its destination sea boat going out from the Coast to consider. statewide
the luscious tree ripened in perfect condItion. Ship City Pier in Sarasota bring examinations set for April i
fruits home
Stop bv the Midway Groves candies and idlies. CAPTAIN ANDERSON is one ANDERSON III, you can go happy change Director Gerald L. HaweD,

midway betMer-n Snrasota and Phones 3556203 or 3553231. of the largest Party Boats on deep sea fishing all day, and Tallahassee

Bradenton. on U. S. Hwy 301, Mailing address: R R. 2, Honda's West Coast. They keep all the fish you catch ,_ Applicants qualifying 01

enjoy the fresh ice cold juiceDRAPERY P. O Box 28, Sarasota. have ship-to-shore phones rods and reels are one dollar k\ ) movejjjj these tests are ranked on registers

I everything for safety, and but bait is free I Make up a and as vacancies occur in
MART sandwiches, coffee, soft drinks, party and fish from the CAP merit system agencies, the top

I I I take: your own party'a lunch TAIN ANDERSON, enjoy deep # 4r \ e five available names are sent
READY MADE DRAPERIESAt along you like, picnic aboard sea fishing at its finest) The to a. for consideration. Applicant

the Drapery Mart at 3898S. Ida standard windows have fun I Fare Is only $6.00. for this series should be mailed
by March 18. Graduating
Osprey Ave., In Sarasota No matter what your needs I
you will find over 5,000 pairs in draperies, bedspreads and I DARBY BUICK, INC. I seniors may compete on exam
inations school
of ready-to-hang traverse draperies pillows you're sure to find just Buick Authorized Sates end Service requiring a high
in all the new colors and what you want and save mon diploma prior to graduation.

weaves. They also have a complete ey, too, at the Drapery Martin The most wonderful milesof I' what must be done and how Examinations for office p*
line of bedspreads and Sarasota, at 3898 S. Osprey your life, begin the moment to do It. They'll do everything sitions include bookkeeping,
pillows to match. Ave., one block west of Bee you get in behind the possible to make yours a bet secretarial stenographic tvp-
You don't have to wait for Ridge Rd. and the South Trail wheel of a new Buick. And ter car. Give yourself the sat- 1st, and transcriber duties, the
special sales at the Drapery Phone 958.3697 So stop in soon it's always a resl pleasure for isfaction of knowing that your director said Shorthand snd
Mart as they cell all their and look over their complete the friendly people at DARBY car Is in the hands of trained typing performance tests must

draperies at the lowest prices, stock. You'll really be amazedat BUICK, INC to show you this experts where prices are be completed by March 18, for
every day guaranteed to be 40 the large stock, the qualityand marvelous performer They always reasonable admission to the scheduled ex

per cent 'below I custom made best of all the Low, Low are justly proud of this greatcar Stop In at 2199 Ringlmg Rd.. amination.

draperies of comparable high Prices. that is adding new ad- in Sarasota. Treat yourself Other classes cover beverage

quality materials and work While at the Drapery Mart, mirers wherever it is shown to a ride in the beautiful new, enforcement, conservation officer
check at the MILL END CAR If your present car no
: 1 manship. turbine-drive Buick for '64. hotel and restaurant, motor
.
I They have all perfect fabrics PET SHOP in the same build matter what make needs Look over their always fine vehicle, social work and
purchased directly from the ing, for carpet in colors to service, take It to DARBY selection of traded-in cars sanitarian fields. Social Worker

manufacturer, which are made match your new draperies. BUICK, INC. The recognizedskill Call 958-2138 for further information I and Sanitarian I candidates
into ready-made draperies, Here you get $9 95 carpet that of their first class mechanics e must: have completed accredIted
right in their own Sarasota is near perfect for only $5.95 Is widely acknowledgedand college training. San
factory in sizes to fit all Flor- square yard does meet with customer "When Better Automobiles itarians work with local County
approval are Built Buick Will Build Health Departments under the
SARASOTA INC. These men know exactly Them!" State Board
PALM GARDENS OF MODERN of Health.
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I Formerly Palmer Nurseries; I CRAWFORD DOOR SALES CO. FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGE hich Technical school students classes" graduatinf open to

Professional Landscaping Shrubs Trees Crawford and Tilt-A-Door Sales this June include Draftsman I 1.

so CUANI No soot,w fume,no blackened Engineering Aide I, Biological

are glumr-styled
with ON "bnotfekok.
Palm Gardens of Sarasota Palm Tree, Citrus and Rose Crawford Door Sales Co, door Is the first thing your pa.... Walls and eurtains stay Colon Aide I, and Photo technician
Inc. offer a complete service, Specials plus their own owned and operated by Mr. guests see when they drive clean longer. ,,too I. Applications may be obtain!

including every phase of nursery Azalea, Camellia and Gardenia and Mrs. M. F. Leming have into your driveway. SO fAIn Super pnd nit* start heat- ed and clerical performance
landscaping and planting. fertilizers. been serving this area continuously The Crawford Door Is good 30 COOU Pure flanehes electric beat fag faetaaUy. Foods took fa las water tests arranged with local Stat
cooks Uu food
Graduate architect and designers Palm Gardens of Sarasota for 15 years with complete looking, sturdy weather tight bat -not the cook.Goodbye ,.,retain more JUror and .1tooatiM. Employment Service offices or
to kitchen.!
are at your service. Inc., guarantees that each sales and service. Spec slides up at a touch of SO lArd No open Ham. Ma eonUntbumitif the Florida Merit System i in
They are in a position to plant Is grown right dug right ializing In all types of doors the hand. Ask about the elec SO AUTOMATIC!Nopot-wakbingThank! pilot lights Aa elecMe sse as- Tallahassee.

give their customers a wide and sold right. for garages and interior doors trio door operators. to automatic contests,a modem electric completely worry.free and chfldprocC,
variety of specimens from These men are conversantwith for your home plus they rant cooks food smfcly eren when you
For double utility-for un from bane ASK any woman who cooks eleeMaOy. A BUST COACH
art
now have the Pella Folding away
select a
ell
which to They carry conditions of the soil
aell I tell ..'.
Doors dividers, decorative que beauty for lifetime con > you no better..,.Vht AP) -
for (
full line of container grown mate and exposure They room SO MODERN Th new electric rang your Electric Applbno LOUISVILLE Ky.
Dealer
venience buy Crawford today.. the
stock, and over 100 acres of know exactly what should be and many other uses. John Dromo does much of
large field grown stock. done to make your grounds a Thev sold and installed practically Garage Door In a complete basketball recruiting for the
In cooperation with the University show place. all the doors in Venice range of styles and sizes ) University of Louisville, serves
Gardens. More than a million in dailyuse. kJ and head
Horticulture
of Florida 'itOtlal'L as assistant varsity I
Main Office and Retail Nursery f.g.md.! .
Come in and see their! ana
have coach
Station freshman basketball
Experiment they Personalize your garage I
Ave. .
at 3700 S. Osprev .
models at their warehouse a *
display
rt ""*"'. rose
developed s special all-purpose Sarasota phone 958-5529 with a Crawford Door so thatit at 1227 N. Lime Ave.. i in -ltej) varsity golf coach this way-
fertilizer. This Is sold under It wasn't always
the trade name of "Palmer- Charlotte Harbor Office and has beauty character and Sarasota. Phone 955 1595. "We \ FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT .COMPAM When Louisville hired Drome

Grow." Besides the Palmer- Retail Nursery on U.S. 41 at distinction, important now Sell The Best and Service The aaaoee '"1'. esesean 12 years ago, he came here .*

Grow, they have their own south end of Port Charlotte, aday because; your garage Rest" Miitant football coach.



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