Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00179
 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 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00179
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Mar 12 12:05 pm 11:112: am 1 :07 pm 6:30: am AREA SPORTS ....._............... PAGE 8
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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida's West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis.. Venice South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte


'. ,,, '''''' r '11""'" \ ,' FOUR VIE FOR KNUCKLES
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.ft> tld.: .I ... Cstabe Race Pepping Up

Four South County candidates three Republican .

have announced they will seek the nominations of their was

? the District 2 constable post at the May 5 primary fol\ I

Republicans seeking the nomination for the office

Knuckles, s GOP candidate for sheriff, are Joseph C. last

H. Caiger of Tropical Shores and Leo Beluto of Venice.
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THE FOUR new model homes Hamst, Kimberly and WaT"o mora. -
1---! yesterday at Venice Gardens the illu.rruburg and Kin.. B"J' will open I !
; The other three are the in the near future.

Ivenice Gardens Exhibits ;

buaiiet l Of New Models c


,"i of the six new model log subdivision on U. S. 41, just by the use of a variety of natural -
-j t :g offered this sea. south of Venice. I decorative materials and
1 the owners and dereln I Located just off the Trail at'' attractive functional design.

ot V:-.: a Gardens op4 Shamrock Boulevard, the new I The four newly opened models ,
Sunday In the fast-gro vI model homes are distinguished are the Meridith, Kimberly
Hampton and the Wavcrly. Not I
yet complete are the Williams-
Wicket burg and Kings/ Bay.
'Sticky The Meridith uses coral from '
the Florida Keys antique glass

Water Kimberly and cypress makes paneling.interestingUse The SHERIFF BOYER JOSEPH C, CELUceill
of wrought imn and a '
courtyard design. joined the city ,
' The Hampton combines the force as a patrolman in This
new vistas In Florida indoor serving nearly five years of '4
Supply Running outdoor living, with pocketed Dahl ResignationStill fore resigning Jan. 13, act
sliding glass doors opening run for constable. < -

from the living area into a The former policeman
",yini to keep consumers softening process which will be large patio. The Waverlv features Unofficial he resigned, effective Feb. Com
ud with a steady flow of added when the new treatment a covered patio adjacentand with the intention of filing
tr while the city's new plant is in operation. directly accessible to living the constable nomination if and
'O: water treatment plant Soft Water room, dining room and kit. present incumbent, Jack since
J .tr construction. was deled City water users will have. chen. Magee DeclaresThe kles, indicated he would
t as a real sticky softened and treated water literally Architectually planned by seek re-election. Knuckles in
M by City Planning Di"P right at their fingertips announced his
Hudson and Root of Coral Gables week
', A. Youngberg.eerg when the plant Is complete and the home priced train report that Kenneth n.. dacy lor the GOP civic
date are Dahl Venice Hospital administrator : : Y f
:.: Id The CONDOR in full operation Target for sheriff serv
to $15,900. pricesare
he be for completion of the protect since lOts has
h ped to using Noko
guaranteed by the Venice submitted his resignation to Celli 26, declared that
tr from the new well field is late September or early October been
Gardens Building Company fora the board has no official in law
hospital background
< next this
t' the city: within the year.
full year after the signingof acknowledgement, according ment and familiarity with
FIb. He described that Work on the distribution system -
of the waterworks ex Youngberg said, is about a contract by a prospective to Christopher \Magee South County area, along

-s x pro rnm "about 99.99 90 per cent complete under purchaser board president armed forces experience of
cent con-:ete." present plans He added, however Interior decor by Sirktn Intemationnl Magee! said Saturday that curity, would be valuable .
"He! new supply of water, acting that additional lines may of Miami incorporates the matter would come he- sets to the District 2
to the city planning be added to the distribution an interesting use of fore the board at its meeting post
turn ,hInrs act.
and modern !
few wJl be as good or system with whatever money antique Friday. Dahl was away from A native of Boston, for
tr than the water now be. remains in the contingency with fabr wall covering the city and could not be moved here in 1954 with
Mi even without the (Continued on.. page 2) and original dr,perv effort\ reached for comment. parents, Mr and Mrs .
inofficial: reports that Dahl V. Celli The senior Celli First
had submitted his resignation painting and decorating
Market due to health reasons and to tractor. Mrs. Celli is a ', is
ublix launches < de
attend to personal business ed real estate saleswoman
were made last week member of the Venice 2)U:

He has been In hospital administration Council
for the past 35 The constable candidate

year and during his tenure I: ceived his elementary ,et
I here assisted In planning the I tion in Boston and was a to
F hospital expansion now underway : graduate of Venice H \
Three years ago: he School. While In school two
also assisted l In the planning Joined the Naval Air (

ot an additional wing on the training unit and, upon ; and
hospital pleting high school, I at
The IMhls live at 525 Nokomis active duty at Opa-Locka .

Ave., South. val Air Station in MiamI..


Help ContestantsOff

To Good tj ; :

Readers of The GONDOLIERcan Ford, the $500 cash or
help entrants in the $4.500 the other prizes :
Subscription Contest get off to As fewer than 10 of the )
their and women have
a winning by paying
subscriptions in advance, extending contest have shown any '
their present subscription ity, new entrants are jr'
or by clipping the 500 cepted.
FREE VOTE COUPONS from Several of the men and
their papers and turning themin en who entered the :
for the contestant of their ter it was announced
choice ready dropped out
who .
The 500 free vote coupons Some entrants
have! been appearing In every entry blanks and turned
issue of The GONDOLIER. The or two 500 free vote
____ subscription
-- 'a "'AH. nnn and a
wunn ww i
coupons inai are
votes toward winning the $2,. made any more
I plly assists KSSSK,5= I 482.50 Ford car or its cost and I That's the reason new,
I world water other prizes will expire Fri. wire, active entrants are

.er Have&F1USSSSZSXS, Owner George Jenkins hapin the ceremonies. -.L g. day ,March 20, at 9 a.m. Thereis ed In most The of the ;
no limit to the number of covered by
attention to a scale Still Time
called entrantcan
Industry contest
!f to the food coupons that a
OtndI1lI inl up with the tver- contributions in Florida, as well a'his I model of the first Publix store. collect or that their friendscan It's not too late to
economy and popu. enthusiasm for the worldof For Jenkins and his associates, turn in to their credit. win. A few vote ,
grow In Florida It small replica recalls warm subscriptions have been
q bitt Taking the shape of If no one entered in the con
'*!7 Publix Well be opening our golf replica of the memories of those early days test has asked you for the 500 up here and there, but
'II." store ,In bout ,u,, a sculptured Florida, mounted on a The 100th Publix attracted tree vote coupons out of your majority of the people
Firs nnunced George award many other business representatives GONDOLIER, never been asked for
President polished wood panel, the copies of The
; and Found publix location and w PubIlx each clip
ni Supermarkets In pinpointed H. B. Bartleson, the contest Anyone who will T
The huge the office and enter
Haven state.
'e'nies at the opening In the bordered with one hundred General Sales Manager, nnd yourself, NOW. start a real campaign for
\ cf his 100th PU- for Martha Logan/ ,home economIst those has the same
illITe WJ Tuesday. I Mary Meyer, both of Swift entered as contest those who have already
who have
Publlx store.
T each ,
store opening was I It Company flew in from ed.
in Thursday'sIssue
'Hcisi will
al- ants appear
homecoming for Winter Haven Repiesentlng the
of Chicago first
flu05, The city of The GONDOLIER A During your I
who to Swift /&
his first recognition Division of
Jb." opened so gave special Florida and women entry you can earn an
of the
few men
3( Market In Winter Hav Jenkins Presented In the form Company were: G B. Cathey, entered have collected a cash bonus and get 100.
Years igo the readat and A. B. who
However declaration
of a written District Manager, tra votes on each $30 Car-
l s also drew special Mayor of the Tarn few votes. ,
opening Manager
"enthIQ> the Pulix Zipperer for the contest new and renewal at't-
from people near and made Jenkins Unit.Barbara The race I
Richard Dantzlef pa Sales prizes Is just starting There is to The GONDOLIER I \ .. ':" '
citizen of Winter Cooper Clack of ,
fewtatives \ an honorary world clenty of room for some real, Present contest :: ftF
of national former
Cypress Gardens, 'If,
Haven. have not added to the ,
tf wire entrants
nal food companies ski champion, cut the imbitlous, '
'-'"' memorable water '"n'ng' 'otes elven unon o "
? a recognition award An especially ribbon officially opening the who will 'tort ccrrn"' \
Jenkins payln tribute to moment occurred when Gard.nI Dick Publix store to the public. determined to win! the new (Continued on DAte
OIitatolndlnl leadership and Pope Sr. of Cypress






subscription from. Others will ABOUT ENGLEWOOD

make an effort to win, enter find aU kinds of reason for School MenusArea Gardens
the contest yourself.If their failure to make progress. Overbrook It
(Continued from page 1) I you have heard that someone There may not be a man or Banging Out
urged to get busy and report else has entered, don't let woman entered In the contest school menu for the By MARY E. KROCPA :
what they have done by 9 p.rru that discourage you or keep today who has the courage of week are published today by Overbrook: Gardens
of the
determination to make an effort the GONDOLIER In cooperation The officer and director
Tuesday, March 10 Everyone you from entering. home of Mr.
that reports will get 26,000 I Many of those who thought to win. with the school lunchroom Assn. held their regular monthly meeting at with President M. With Pat Bang
for the convenience Bohon at 1953 Fairview ,
vote toward winning. that they would enter and men If ;you have ambition, determination managers, and Mr* M. T. present. New
If are not of dinner planning for area T. Bohon in charge. Eight of nine director were
If of friends is tioned it to some friends never you *i
one your were 474-12M
ready entered in the II-I acted. Other who entered decided timid or backward you can mother follows* wa* transacted and new balrman/of the Ways and rkoD
President_ M. T. Bohon.
and asks you for your aub not to try after the first enter this contest today and Venire Junior-Senior High : n Mr. Ben S. Gamer, preside tit of the National '
tion and vote, you can Help flash of enthusiasm wore off win. MONDAY Mean Committee; David rose, and Clarence Perry of St. Petersburg. Pioneer of America, and I Mr. Ralph 1.. H'\m1't\ 'II.
him or her get started by or was brushed off by somebody If you are Interested let your e..b.ew Pnk e.aRuttn chairman of the Membership It wa like Old Horn phone will be et the dinner March IS b I
ing it now. who condemn every- Interest be known NOW. Torn d. 14 Mr. Committ with Charlie Casali Week ,being together *. Mr tonal secretary dinner, in the banquetThe room 1'7U Main St."L:*
If there 1 Ia no one in the thing. b I O.YIldd 500 free i Awto .** and Frank Wilson a* cochairmen Thorpe Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Evan having a i* free to all mem here! but guest will lit T7*
who the contest vote the maximum MilkTTJIWDATl Whitesell chairman and Mr. Perry used to dinner *
test that you care to Some enter ; Welch be secured at the i banquet room. It will
if no one ha* mentioned the will ace a few friends and rela- credit until Friday, at the By-Law Committee work together at Swift and Co. Ticket should lit....
contest to you or if someone lives and declare that there'sno March 20. By entering and becoming In..heW lIP''.WC.Mn sea Met err ; Mr*. Laurence Codner, in St. Loui Shop talk "natch" ed *t < pm. :Mr. Gilrner !I. Th' following ott( ,..,
has and you don't think he will one else te get vote ore active the first week .MI ..- chairman of Park Improvement was the topic of the conversa vl.ltin ell W Member 1M4! were elected at tilt;,.
after you enter you can be on f.i'II be./N ( Committee\ ; and Mr*. tion. pubs on the Florida WtCoart. meeting of 'llxi rrlemW
even terms with anyone now In Ilk A. J. Kroupa, Publicity! chair -0-- AU member ere urged Library of EngUwwj ?h

FRIDAY CORAL the contest. WEDNIS&ATlMilk eMpp", J_ man. Mr. and Mr*. Max Miller of to attend.Mr. Mr. Allen Berets, per"
SATURDAY Purer t. ,..rbMorbr Refreshment and coffee and Neptune Drive visited friendsin -o- Mr, Floyd Potter vim'
/ Mrs I..r.rtur cookies served by Mr. last White dent; MlIItI VirrlN.\.
O OBITUARY e.e.Aeplw.r were Dundee a few days and Mr*. Harry ,,
SUNDAY'l'I l' M. T. Bohon at tie close of the week. who are wintering in Se secretary: :; Mr WsJt*
It feortriiM I I.OLO M6NETTI C.h. meeting. t -oV7 bring from Star City tod., are treasurer. w|

EMMY I LOU U Eolo Monettl!, '72 of 4M Bay- Til'RSDAYt -o- offer our ympathy: to hou eguesU of Mr. tnd Mrs. Continuing D ltciorl
Sd nard Drive, died Thursday at Rout bnf ... Ire.1sd Mr. and Mr. Homer Thorpeof Mr*. J. A. Sebrtag nd fmlly James Hamblin. 'They came Cecil Duff-Steven, ft.re
POPULAR SONGSTRESS N Venice Hospital.Mr. Tumi" frwmiButurvd Mr Fussier Street entertainedwith of Manaaot Beach Road down for the Indiana Dinner Becker, Mr. Janx A jTMM.
Monettl was owner" and iwrrotaAnpt. a dinner Tuesday evening whOM husband and father which wu hold in the IOOF1 Hyde Lsrbury ?
Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage of Rumson BarberShop wM Those present were Mr. and Wednesday morn (>
G operator Hot nil ..* .Uy passed away Hall on Englewood Road. Elate Quirk honorary jJ:
Prices Rumson, N. J. until his MilkraiDATt Mr*. Dan Mitchell from East ing. Mr. and Mr*. Sobrtng There wa* a turnout of 70. Newly elected! ear(:
At Popular E retirement in 195S. He came St Louis. HI.: Mr. and Mr*'I were one of the first! residents Mr. Hamblm blare her gima Schlaback and Vnt
VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL here from Rumson last Otto Ortu ruk rthte....daett..d tattvAtrtoM Ed Evan from St. Loris. Mo., who retired on Mana+ota heart, when Johanna told her Mder. Mr*. Splllma.1ant

ber. He was born In Malnate, c.M ...._ nUl1SDA1'. Beach Road. They are former the old gal was not feeling toowell Librarian and MraiTIv .../
Italy e..8-Qno ..liarY. resident of Michigan. .
mkMCanibnM brought a six pSTtlUonplate Libranaa.
He was a member of Catholic .'_ M.Cu'ie .
... .o- of all the goodie served Under the
Church of the Epiphany. Milk .... :juldanca; M
Survivor include his widow, Stbeei .,--t W* are sorry to loe u real- at the dinner *o w* wouldn'thave rection of the pant Orwie
.TTENTION- Mr*. Teresa Monettl. and t Venice Elementary 10.- dent Mr. and Mr*. Dave Con- to bother with getting: a Mrs. Floyd Potter tliit.: .

suiter, Mrs. Esther Segali of MONDATlOooont sera .... .nos ..-07 iJTlATM..M Mil nora who live on !St. Clair Road! dinner. And was it ever good; Library. ha* grown 1111
aw .wa.aa and former owner of the Englewood have had some of the Into
Milano, Italy.Services 11.- '.keysRud never ponded a Iulllt"llt
0. '
were held Saturday b..Mai Hardware Store.( Mr. thing before( must be typical The recent Open Hoop
"" de
E. L STEWART owner and builder of at Farley Funeral Home with -ro-.k. 00I00Y alS. aMfal .... p..l and Mrs. Connors left recentlyto of Indiana. eating the new addltwe ,:
The Her. Michael O'Nell of M UK o..arlo- visit some friend and relative ...0- tribute to her ntveMnLterest

this beautiful, 2-bedroom, 2-bath home ficiating. Interment in Sara- TVaw.an: Mriwick Milk in Portland, Oregon and Sure wa* sorry to hear of Mr. in making the 1 llbni,
air conditioned with 1- IOta Memorial Park. Whole kOTMlUmm. NOW Nokomis Elementary School they will go on to Wisconsin in C. Nickerson of McCall] Road fine center of knowledn ]
completely .llCudlxl ... May where Mr. Connor ha being back in the Venice Ho Iced water cooler, theo

year guarantee against defects in ma- FLORENCE T. BOCKItTS Fruit tar p-. Gn.d .., iliixllMOlTDATl employment: awaiting him. i>ttaL He will undergo surgery book depository, Ole' Wii
Mrs Florence T. Bocklu, and M.eb'epa. chair
terial or workmanship solicits your In- Milk this coming week. the deli'htfullCltI,
/US, of 428 Bayshore Drive died WEDNMDATlTnrk St. Cecelia Circle met in the -- In patio are a few lit ilia
spection. Located on Blackburn Rd., Friday at Venice Hospital. .r M .O(>kU.4 .kertSnfM <..- Milk Parish Hall of St. Raphael') I Mrs. Frank Miller (Louise) new features plus tht
She and her husband Walter M! IT TUeDAY, in to see u* yester ins stream of borti"tt
Molnar Subdivision Laurel Shores. Will P'n.i _lifiwCab.rt frtmt ekhkMBUUM4 Catholic Church last Tuesday dropped new >
Allan Bockius came here six ...airF'IW rim with eight members present day. Its been simply age since added to the shelve! ,
be open each day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. yean *co from Wilmette Ill talk J.1IeHot T_ Ml4FnltW Jtltor They were Mr. Thomas Edmonds we had seen her, and she look week Mr. Cecil Duff.

This is your chance to make a sealed Her birthplace wa Sedalia, Milk -4 chairman of the circle marvelou She i I. rather hesitant and Dr. Harry Becker 00chc,

Mo.Survivors TBVUDAYtaoIMU MilkwIDNUDAT.. ; Mr. A. S. Trowbrldge, about coming to the New man of the monthly duo*
Include her husband sad s.t
bid over and above the existing mortgage Col ..! P.-k U.4F Mr*. George MayUben, Mrs York Club dinner due to her group are pleased lit!Ui n,

on this home. Bids to be opened Private and two graveside brothers.service Appl ....UCkoeoUU po-<..... ae-_tan..5.- Raymond Harris, Mr. A. JGospeter diet. We hope they make Ito cord attendance of?|or mat
Gtrl<. bud ...... .IIM Mr*. Thomas Drum I the last meeting hnl II I
will be held today at Gulf
10 a.m. March 16,1964 on the premises.E. *h_. roll
Pine Memorial Park. The MilkFRIDAY MilkTfURBDA'f1 Mr*. George Dahm and Mrs. Mrs. Norman Coulon with a Gardner spoke on the mti.\

Rev. David A. Bowie of Yen- Flab.Mk,n John HuUhinson. MI'!!. Conway, came In Sunday "Our Inherited Anlmil$ !
.ta- "
Ice-N e k: o mi.1 Presbyterian '- .*. sewed 110 vkoktBatlOTH k..d we Following the regular business and a* usual they have had a shorts This group, opt\
L STEWART, Owner Church will officiate. r LMMM..irr flat.nldo** si** > .am kHOttt ... meeting Mr*. Edmonds batch rt company Mr. and the public meet thi ]Ii
Rawle Funeral Home wat in F. iUEnrlewood> gave about the Southwest Mrs. Carl Helms from Fort Thursday of dell mend
charge of mtMnnt* iNl Coast Deanery to be held Ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Will. 7.30 p m. 6ust speaker k>
I SchoolMOKDATl IRI1Ak.e. ....... ..kpae..d in Sarasota March 10. Mr. mott GOodaU all from Indiana. M, will bot Mr Mat tart;
Elementary .... ".Yb.'i" A. S. Trowbridge and Mrs -0- hen, teacher, lecturer and i j'
(Manasois Life & Casualty Underwriter, Inc.) nom (,oII-_ .-.... George Mayleben were host. Received a card from Ralph 1st.
aou...a __ Copes and served fancy Home and Jean Lewis from St. Pet. -e.

THINKING ABOUT INSURANCE? Net GMs,roll Weak Milk Oom Baked cookies and coffe ersburg They had lunch at Following the regular Jj
ores. Port-G-CIU which they enjoyed *
MilkTtTs much with on Saturday, the melbft n
then very the music of
INSTALL h e Englewood Camas
PoraophLA. Guy Lombardo' famous or

CALL FOR PAUL c p-Ch_. M mamWBDNKSDATt 001.. .; WEATHERTRON! chestra.appoint But In were the development rather dia-Club music enjoyed a prop: !

p--Milk Itself. The Lewi1 stayed at the Mr. and Mrs. !Uyiu
Out Rigger Inn Scott of Oquage Last, 8.1
PAUL\ E. SANDERS Barf Mum r.* All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP and Mr. Joe Smiley tl I

Phones"" 488-4738 (formerly wish Ke+ Gmvr 1\'.. __ -- Platy, N. Y., presented MW
TOOLE INS. AGENCY INC. U. S. Marine Corps) Tons ul.dUr..p, HIATINO Mrs. Pauline D. Hlnchliffe groups of song *nk H
irk Q. came over Monday afternoon Frank Walthers at the pin
1 end brought me her Christmas and Mr. Walthera funiai
card, stayed a while end vis-.
the baa
on a Tuba,, i b
ited. She has old her homeat mad Instrument n iin
155 S. Oxford Drive to Mr
great sVlll. Included la thin
and Mrs. Grant E. Mudge from
gram was delightful nth
0L1110 a
\ 60 Michigan and Is now living at of Irish songs anticlpiuw lPatrlek'
COM Oak Grove Mobile Park.

.. 744 Venice Are E. Venice, FU. 4SS-S3S9 Mr. and Mrs Scat in it
.4A b 'STICKY WICKET' active in the Engletrood Cn

VNL * * cert Group which hai twt
(Continued from page D heating during the'sac

VENICE VENICE MOVIE LOG fund. The group has alrsadytnr" "
ed one concert to an A>
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL The new waterworks plant itle audience. The Mil! *

DRIVE-IN THEATRE will have a capacity of approximately to be on Monday (Clod,;) k
\ n.-r o.w It%-mllllon gallons followed with another Hi
4 ae+.. n.d daily from 42 wells including 30.
t. First & Finest Shopping Area PltmMITT STBING UATTtnm MM**. MOT tTW1 the 10 new ones. A breakdownof
tr lM d area
Pna. tt *
Greeting members
f t > 4 ; .. LONG HOT intuit* the daly gallonage show a
capacity of door were Mr. end Mn,l
Htk 1,100 gallon
per art hick and Mr. and Hi
DAZZLING SPARKLING M. N.M4 ,,_ wwraT.d. minute. Robert Rugen. The dmnirtcmlttee. -
: Half Done
'iW" .," ... wrMdwCBAaDI. Youngberg said actual (true. Mr. and Mn.Junkln. >

Jt BARGAINS VALUES! sin t mti* N. tk M U. I. 41II rural work on the water treatment Mr. and Mn lit
Cap 0.4 Adrr ....... f* mr plant Ia 1 about 50 per cent Korhl. Mr. and Mrs: X*

complete, with the overall pro1. Buchanan Mr*. Edith tam
ect about one-quarter done Mrs A. a Kenned ni It

And he went on to explain that Bernie Newman.
LOOK! April Special the variance In the two figure Mr. A. C. Kennedy, JIlt
THE involve the Installation of the dent announced the ijf

SALE Medium and Weight MacARTHUR HOTEL water softening equipment, ment of the following *'
Our Beautiful Selection of Heavy 0 0Wlttom ,
some of which will be delayed men; greeting Mn
EASTER CARDS I SLACKS JACKETS S. SWEATERS SHIRTS ON THE BEACH until the buDding Is complete ; decoration, Awl*

20ft OFF 0 WEEKLY RATE "we will have to get the lanj; sunshine Florenci*\*

231 W. Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical Center BIJg. Prfvete Reese and Both. with 3 Meeli plant done. laid Youngberg, er; bazaar, Peg Juntas,**
225 W. Venice Ave. 4IJ-I420 IT $40. single $65. double before "w* can hook up the talnment. Jerry HSIMT, (M
** llclty, Lois Wright
$ts. Deporft Actual work on the Next dinner will bt **
REGISTER IN MARCHPh. project was begun let M.
i AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds" Stene Set Ring ,. 4tS-M7 Oct. 1. with completion of the
Sa''.. Service Supplier W. Repair All Mate Watchei Silverware Jewelry, water supply phase scheduled
Stuart Marriott, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair. In 120 working days the dl*. NO NEPOTinCPHOENIX
W. Venice Ave. 4IS-3II9 tribution system six month 111
235 W. Miami" Ave. 4JJ.247J and (AP) -
plant corjtructlon one record, defense counsel I*
murder trial methadlcallfdtermined
",I .1.. Jr..... M.... o lationaJUp between
\ H. till feutlon.
{i BAHIA RAKES . . $3.98 BAR ADr. LONG.noT O 1JJfIC'-! Small Sign 0 enfce ALLEN ant, the. witness and \

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P.1 Nr.M' .d !w w..e d
213 W. Venice Av*. 48M909 wMl Nil.:. 6.05.1 r.M.i Convalescent and
'. CUT Ciwt ... AWnr twos.. 0. U. L III 488.66904iHear
P. eo..... Nursing Home
24 How Nndeg! Service

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Too Late To Classify Wimmers Tells Englewood Auxiliary Plans I

'04 City HistoryA Card Party Tuesday NightThe

jie4 ::: i By RUSSELL KAY numerous unsolved problems man who played an Important -
c that make economic commer- role in the foundingof Englewood American will present a king-size birth.
You think this la fast cial of such im
may a use a plane Venice described the early Legion Auxiliary will conducta day cake to the post Coffe
moving world but our speed to- practicaL
nlstjry of the city to membera Spring Card Party in and cream will also be
day, even in our fastest jet While no actual target date of the Jaycees at their March public auditorium Tuesday served. It is planned that the
airliners will seem slow when has been set, it is expected the the Legion music for the usual
meeting beginning at 1:30 p.m. from
new supersonic planes now on supersonic plane will "
new e local singing of WW I tunes
Bud Wimmers,
H. N. ( ) and
: Or THE ASSOCIATED FRB8S MEMBER OP THB FLORIDA FRCSS ASSOCIATION the drawing boards have been ready for delivery in 1970 or and resident of Venice At the regular bi-monthly dancing will be provided
built, tested and placed in commercial 1971. Some believe Russia may Realtor meeting of the unit Monday
",.. AI... ..... .Y .lu.I..1r mthid, 5. a. ,.,. ..,.bU....... 01 .n ..... el..t.h a.dltd. t.Is use.Writing have one before that date. How since ita founding by the Brotherhood night, Mrs. Roy Meehl, cochairman It was announced that the
en "ore ethnwl., audited Ie this P'_. sad .... IooaI eabiieh.4. hnetm AU rtahla d t.p.baatb. of Locomotive Engineers of the committee of auxiliary will aid tho
post in
safe reliable
., ._Iat d.p.teh..n.i.| ........... in Science Digest and such planes in the 1920s, related how annual
flu .... .nd lad l xtv.rtbln. ...,..., of tWo new mg. bforblddM gRkhted. nJ 'IK Kpuollemthm. to nI James H. Winchester discussedthe prove to be is a matter of the city was founded as a re- arrangements an for abundance the party, reported of the service to Community be held on Sunrise March
._?Ir wen b, wrlttp..l..b.' .. plane of tomorrow and conjecture.In of
for members
I tirement city door prizes 29 and President Clare .
points out the fact that the the past our best and most table prizes and desi,
PoblUhed. Eye T,M.nd,, otiC Tt.nd.r fran lll-M L Mlini AnniMEntml Anglo-French Concorde, designed reliable passenger transport the railroad union. will be awarded. Mrs. Meehl noted the following as a com.
l At _.J ClaM Matte At Port OfflM At Vonloo, Florid.. to whisk passengersfrom planes have been developed on Wimmers told how, as secretary said that tickets for the affairare mittee in charge of arrange
for the BLE Realty distributed and all ments: Mrs Louie Sheppard
'. Paris or London to New the basis of military operationand being
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher York in three hours is alreadyout tests, and this pre-com- Corporation, he had an active Indications point to a well-at- Mrs. Clark Eccles, Mrs. Clayl
part in building the community ton Rhodes, Mrs.
of the mercial use testing has made tended party. R.
COURTNEY WILLIS .. Executive Editor design stage. The
out of what then nothing will and Mrs.
was All of cards games Clare William E'
tab for Us $450 million cost is planes trustworthy enough to
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor but wilderness and swamp.He be played. Admission is 50 Herdman.
being picked up Jointly by gain the confidence of prospective -
ROGER KILBY Mechanical Superintendent told how the streets, the cents and tickets may be obtained
French and British govern passengers. Mrs Fred Wilhelm, an su_.
and the electric
ments, hoping to be the firstto Not wanting to be caught water system at the door. Neighbor mar member from
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 put such equipment in service asleep at the switch in the power system were all built hood parties can be accommodated ) Saratoga
and owned the BLE and N. Y.
Legion Springs
by in the spacious was a guest
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.23 per )year $4.25 and enjoy the attendant event the new type supersonics how everything was designedby will be at
Hall and the meeting.At
political and really perform satisfactorily

prestige advantage
per six months $3 per three months.Hazaradous
the in the
top city planner served. Ample parking spaceIs
France's Sud Aviation and with reasonable re-
the close of the busine
__ of the best
and ,
nation two .
0'----- available.The
; the British Aviation Corpora liability and safely, such aviation
known architectsin session, a social hour
most comprises:
leaders widely committee was en.
tion Lockheed
and Bristol Siddeley are as Boeing,
doing the developing and and North American are the nation. Mrs. Pete Gassaway, chair joyed with Mrs. Louie Steppard
IntersectionTried building. working up airframe designs Wimmers further stated that man; Mrs Roy Meehl co- and Mrs Clayton Rhodes
r although the depression and chairman, Mrs. Harry Wyatt,
While definite Information as and engine designs at a development as hostesses
hard times hit Florida before Mrs. Hilda H. Clare, Mrs. Marie
to what the Russians are doing cost of around a billion
lately to maneuver your way appears to b. a continuation of the Trail. in this direction is not known, dollars the 1929 stock market crash, L. Albright and Mrs. Nor.

out of The Rialto onto the Trail during Many drivers, travel-weary after hours it Is rumored that they are well Because of the Intense heat the BLE the City heads to continued protect the building Investment man During Coulon.the meeting, Unit Swim
advanced at such
generated high
the traffic hours? behind the wheel not alert possibly further a- speed of Hilda H. Clare
peak are at at head hazards of the members President Mrs. InS
than the Anglo-French !In some engineers see tough
be. 'fail to take heed the union. announced that the auxiliarywill 70
they They the production of an SST-Sup- to overcome. It is believed
If realize taken
to, you you've your He said when the crash final participate In the Legion-
of the markers indicating that the Trail ersonic Transport that stainless steel or titanium
life, Into hands. in 1929 houses which nairea 45th Anniversary celebration WaterAT
your The United States Is admittedly will have to be used. One ly came ,
bends to the left. At result cut be held March 16
a they had been built by the BLE to
Virtually day there't near-milt behind in the race but hazard facing the SST Is prob-
every a to the left at the last minute into the structural Friction were rented out to the few She stated that a brief joint
plans the awarding of a design able fatigue. -
at this! hazardous Intersection. with the will be Warm
entremely the
local residents merely for meeting post Mineral
path of driven who are acquainted with contract for its own supersonic of the air on wings and
held after which
which a
cost of their water bill program
Drivers proceeding north must resort the situation and have stayed in the plane and engines expected fuselage with attendant there was then $1.50 per month. commemorating the anniversary -
to be superior to either mal stresses also there la the
to t |jack rabbit take-off from a standingstart proper (ana. the British-French or Russian possibility of metal creep. Laboratory Wimmers went on to tell how of the origin of the Amer. Springs

et the stop sign to mate it from There already are, In the opinion of designs. testa will have to be the Florida power Power system& was Light sold and to ican with the Legion ladies will as hostesses.As be enjoyed. 12 Miles South of Venice

the Railto, all the while keeping an too traffic lights the Aviation authorities are not much more extensive and far
eyepeeled many, many on how the BLE Corporation was is customary, the ladies On US 41
too confident of actual more costly. .
to prevent a head-on collision with Trail. But it would team in order that tional success. The subject opera is While such planes may Se. dissolved and went into receivership -

the onrushing southbound Trail traffic and something should ba done to correct the controversial from the standpoint built and flown by 1970 or 71 with Wimmers as the ."

at the) tarn time to avoid being tide- situation, possibly by fleshing orange of safety and economic most authorities feel that receiver.He .
went on to tell about
wiped on the right by northbound traffic. lights and a big, ttragegically-located operation.While engineers and technicIans another actual I operation 10 years will or be more necessary of- South Venice sub-division, a REALTYVIEWS

sign warning that the Trail narrows from agree that it Is possible to to prove their safety and project adopted in 1952 by the

That's the hazard this in- four to two lanes there. It would ba good construct a 1,400 to 2.000 milean reliability to the satisfaction Chamber of Commerce and
of the It is how the project became so con tt 'Ea
hour public.
fersection. passenger plane capable traveling a
insurance against possible smash-up at troversial in the that at
a with billions area
of hopping the Atlanticin big/ gamble at
Intersection from the north, the Rialto that danger point. three hours or less, they see stake. one time two Chambera of a
Commerce were in existence. .
The speaker also told of Dr. r.
rums rt Albee, reknowned orthopedic & :
. What Others
Say THEPEOPLE surgeon, and how he L _____. home site in the winter time
came to Venice with the Idea of under
rainy season condi!

President Johnson gave the American the appointments that were announced, Center establishing in the a Florida building Medical which by CHIPS JOHNSON Lions Believe ma, in a county

people "very good grades for the period and the disclosure that a secret program if( is now the Gulfbreeze Hotel. where wa call 10 to 14

of hit first hundred days In effica.Wa set up in 1959 hat borne fruit in an experimental In a final word, Wimmers No one can say that Florfeet above" sea (level "high
that SPEAK pointed out how most of the ida hat had a good winter ground, your choice of f
would give him a somewhat low. long-range interceptor major improvements for the weather wise that it. As property that it high and
er marl for his first performance in the "far exceeds the performance of' any other city involved some controversyand a matter of fact we've probably dry and wall drained in the

difficult central role of a live-broadcast aircraft in use today. --- w warned the Jaycees to be established a new record rainy season h important

press conference. Ha said that ha agreed But announcement of such facts doe To The Editor: South coming Venice to Venice and to we live plan before on to aware such and controversy ready to stand should up amount of rain ,fall unsurpassed Let .us show you tome ex-

with Jefferson's view that the collective not require the paraphernalia of a presidential Last summer my wife and I long. We are subscribing to the they incur It in their commun- It has been in over 60 unusual years. cellent home sites at BUY

Judgment of the many was preferable to press conference. The advantage were in Venice for a few days. paper so we can know the ity projects. winter. a very ERS MARKET prices.
conference and Wa had a wonderful time; enjoyed things that are happening and
the selective decisions of the few. But of the press it its give
every minute of it. we might also find a home or However, all clouds have
in reply to reporters' questions, he provided take. something for sale Stamp Club Meets their silver linings. In thisease CHIPS JOHNSON
little specific information' on which In this respect President Johnson did We also enjoyed reading the the
GONDOLIER while we were L. S.Inkster.. "bright tide" it for REALTOR
the many might base their collective judg not give enough.But there. We have some lots in Mich. Tomorrow NightA the prospective real estate a

ment.It. another benefit of the press conference swap session and business buyer. 306 W. Venice Ave.

it at easy to sympathize" with Mr. it the impression it presents of I meeting are on the agenda of Never in over sixty years Branch Real Estate Office!

Johnson as to criticize him. Ha does not public man's emotional commitments. Here Community School Venice Stamp Club at its meeting hat the prospective buyer KENT MOTEL

bask in the spotlight. Hit sense of' humor there teemed no doubt that Mr..Johnson the tomorrow community at room 7:30 of pm.Sara in had the opportunity to tea Phone 488-2279

it said to tend toward the "story" rather felt the gravity of the problems hit replies sota Federal Savings and Loan

than bon not. "He't more like en ordinaryman sometimes skirted. When he said he Welding Classes Assn. -- r advertisement .,..

," said one appreciative ordinary sincerely and genuinely believed that the -

who had lived of the world wanted aboveall
viewer through eighty years people peace The Sarasota Community dents with new methods and

of presidents. else, wa wished all the people of' the School, located at 1001 S. Wash practices used in the metal

Above all, wa felt, the President was world could have teen and heard him. ington Blvd., will register trades and industries. New

conscious of the weight of hit words being Considering the way Mr. Johnson hat welding classes on Monday upgraded equipment instruction.at the school The new.has

sent around the world. Rather than say risen to to many other occasions in hit March 11th or Wednesday est equipment is the Hellarc

the wrong thing, ha would err on the tide hundred days, wa have a feeling that. at March 18th, between 7 and 10 unit which affords an opportunity A. man ought to

of caution. The result was an impressionthat he become accustomed to being "live"in p.m. Interested persons may for tradesmen in the getwhet
register for either Monday or area to extend their skill in
some questions were not so much being our living rooms, he will supply more Wednesday, whichever day is this phase of welding that is

confronted' as explained away. nourishment 'for our collective judgment. preferable.The growing rapidly. Total cost of lie pays forIt

In the hard-news category would coma Christian Science Monitor course Includes theory, the course, including registration
instruction and 24 hours of fee, Is $15.00. Additional in-
actual practice on the equip- formation may be obtained by
I ment. Practice on Hellarc, calling Sarasota 958-1332 or
What Others
SayEvery Electric and Gas Welding stopping in at the Community
equipment is designed to extend School office at 1001 S. Wash-
skills and acquaint stu ington: Blvd. doesn't make good sense for you to pay the price of a Chrysler
now and then you'll hear old. do '0.

timers say: "Our downtown's dying on During these same decades, during ..and end up with a Chevy. Or a Ford. Or a loaded compact car. Our

the vine. Nothing can"save it. Before long, which certain businesses have continued to FUNNY BUSINESS Chrysler prices start as low as the tags you'll find on some of these.

it'll be a ghost town. succeed, others have gone out of' business.But And this
Don't believe that chant. It is chorused such an event does not always mean for little money you get a husky, grown-up Chrysler. You

all over America, and has been proved an actual business failure. If may meana N / o get big car pride. Dig car ride. Backed by 40 years of engineering

wrong thousands of times. Shopping centers change in family circumstance an % "
or r nwaJI leadership. We don't sell small-size
are here to ttay. They're a new manifestation opportunity to get into a business more ; Chrysler versions We're big car

ef' American retail business. suited to the owners taste, or anyone men. And proud of it! Stop in. Size up all 3 of our great Chrysler

They ere a product of the great spread of a half a dozen other compelling reasons series: Economical
"of American towns and cities beyond city Newport. Sports-bred 300. Luxurious New

,! !h, limits; of' the fact that every family has Downtown Vero Beach has, throughout r Yorker. We'll show you how easy it is to get what you pay for.
1' at least motor vehicles for
f one shopping Its many decades of' existence, undergonemany r,
of' the fact that
use; population growth CIOMJI01ElPI0
j many changes, and most of them
has caught downtown areas without adequate 'for the better.

parking space 'for shoppers.
Change it the that hat
one happening
I Downtown Vtro Beach was a shopping __
been with America every year of its life.' J I I .
center itself once, and many, many merchants /rfi
The 'fact of' constant change it especiallya
there have prospered without let.
certainty in Florida and in Varo Beach.
up through the years. Many ef these lame
We expect it, we want It, it is citing, .s u. .
merchants much I
are prospering today, at I Q ; -
at ever, and have the know-how and the it creates opportunities. II Ili w'6 t v

force of body and mind to continue to Vero Beach Press-Journal. ty ,. gjl

This button lower the) teat and gets rid of those on
coffee break when I think they've been her too long;!
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PRESIDENT JOHNSON signed the found only by broadly Informed wisely GREEN'S
law that authorizes vastly stepped-up aid sympathetic, spiritually inspired minds, ,mI 0 ..JllAEl FJS1'iAUTHOIIIZIDDIAJ.IIII

for libraries. Said our President: the product of general education that CORPORATION

properly blends the practical and technical -' Member Chamber of Commerce CHRYSLER
fAY MuioaasaaroAjra.
t with the liberal and cultural." DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE c

MOST EFFECTIVE WEAPONS Your Free Public Library, which is Heating and Air Conditioning
.' j IGNORANCE sponsored by Friends of the Library of Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas // ?

I : Venice Area, 'It designed to help peoplefind Ranges Water Heaters

i DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER speaking the answers Free Estimates WOODCHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH

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MARCH 1964

Foin; Collecting !Is Fun, Venice GrangeInstructs Florida KMI Alumni And Families ,

Instructive Lucrative SixA Staged Venice Reunion Yesterday \ I

class of six candidates for

lays; Local Collector Venice take Grange instructions membershipwill In first Afternoon Eve

and second degrees at the ,
group's meeting Wednesday at l

'' 7:30: p.m. at Venice Civic Center FestivitiesSome
[ollectors Hold -4T' .
more instruction sessions 125 Florida alumni of
xhibit Hereiednesday will be required before Kentucky Military Institute
membership and these will be and their families gathered in
rr conducted on March 25. Venice Sunday for the first
The degree team, and their Florida homecoming in several .
/ ly4'eatth.1 subjects, are: years.
DOBOTHV GAYNOR t a Walter Wood, master; Mrs Special events for the day
? Walter Wood, overseer Miss
f ; were arranged by Capt. Char
':'11 -im of gold and the. Etta Huntley, lecturer; Milo lea E. Hodgin. The alumni and
of highly polished silve Winchester, steward; Robert their families were seated in
,or donated( man since them < ijS Hicks, assistant steward; Mrs. special stands at the afternoon 'w r p
of : Charles Salo, chaplain; Arthur dress parade at 3:50 pm. and ,a, w
\ '!:.mitlS! or coin collec Bower, treasurer; Mrs. Robert a reception in their honor was
probably started their Hicks, secretary; Paul Worthington held immediately thereafter.
;winitswaythefirstyeair gatekeeper; Mrs. Elsie Hostesses at the reception was
the first coins were pro Madden, Pomona; Mrs. Fred Mrs. Charles B. Richmond,
ancient Greece prev ra Beckmen, Ceres; Mrs Beth E.
ed in : Mrs. Charles Hodgin, Mrs.
!n 700 B. C Since 400 B. !Sindwirk'; Flora; Mrs. Robert Charles A. Hodgin and Mrs.

,(eh: 'wy of mankind can Hicks, lady assistant steward, Mary ReichapfarnMember.
ced continuously through r nd Mrs Alfred Bahret, pianist of Manatee Girls
i prints on the face of the Choir of Bradenton entertained

1.1 c in', I at the reception with several
L, id Larry McIntosh,, 1111 o-1 choral selections. They and the
.prudent of the Venice ,111 ee111a Swineharts Wed alumni and their families were

and Currency Club and / a1eL entertained at dinner by the
at the exhibitor and ar e/11 eras In Bradenlon faculty and the group attended
en of the club's first show Vesper Services at 7:15: p m. at
;:, r.i i be held Wednesday Announcement Is made today which the choir sang several
m. at Sarasota Fed.Si by Mrs. Mary Jungerheld of other numbers.
;-0 p,igs and Loan Assn. Venice and Kalamazoo, Mich, Reservations from two out- KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE hostesses E. Hodgin, Mrs Charles B. Richmond, Mrs.
'v room. of the marriage of her daughter state alumni were received at the Florida Homecoming events yesterday Charles A. Hodgin and Miss Mary Reich

-Je our c,ab, three-years-old,, --- ----- Mrs. Mary Beals Eastman, from Jessee L. Persmger Jr., greeted some 125: alumni, their ami. spfarr The alumni were later tendered a
from 12: to 45 mem- to Emmerson John Swinehart '49, of Washington CourtHouse lies and friends at the reception following dinner by the school and a special vesper I
.gown> its organization. A COIN COLLECTOR, or numismatist, Larry McIntosh, right, of Englewood on Saturday Ohio and C. Thomas the dress parade. Presiding at the refreshment service was held, at which Manatee Girls
wee: has been
Interested in the hobby since 1950 and is shown with
'ber of Venice collectors his The wedding/ took place at Miller, '45, of Cincinnati Ohio. tables were, left to right, Mrs. Charles Chorus sang
also (Red Mcintosh who is
son. ) a beginning!
fat from near-by cities The Church of Jesus Christ of faculty alumni who participated
I lector. They looking of the
are father's collection
offer for view parts, or which over part Latter Day Saints in Bradenton in activities were Lt. Cot dren, were received from: Wilson, '56, of Miami; Daniel I Nichols, 52, of Daytona Beach.
will be exhibited with others from the
{their collections. A guardbe Venice Coin and Club Show area, In the in a morning ceremony. >J. C. Hodgin, '25, and Capt Frederick S. Hull, '38, ot Miami O. Nichoson '40, of Miami; Several alumni from near-by
of Currency Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Swinehart will A. '49. I of I communities attended, without 1
on hand should any Charles Hodgin, ; John Fay, '48, of Miami; O. James Clark Jr., 55,
( Bob Obendorf
by )
make their winter home in from reservations
i ;ore find the wares ir- Advance registrations Mason W. Baldwin, '34, of Winter Haven, and William R previous
.tible Venice after a short wedding state alumni, some of whom '
; Sarasota Omar N. Adams
ones, never used. The their wives and chil- ; AttendWoman's 1
Reasons Vary nary trip. brought Fifty-Six Guests
52, of Sarasota J. Maxwell
C Briner Mrs Stubbs ;
Sally ,,
for coin collect. hobby developed descriptive I I
"t reasons Barnes Jr., 60, of Sarasota
C. E. Roglm, J. E. Roach,, ;
ire ai varied as the col- terms of condition and a of Club Social Card Party '
Albert W. Moreman 35,
fine" coin is considered William Hall, Walter Halg, R.
In the case of Mclnhe "very UDC John Fite
iri Chapterh
W. Ritter, William Granger Nokomis; William R Reeves, Fourteen tables of bridge refreshment table, with white
almost uncircu
,,as in business In as good as an '
and 39, of Bradenton; Roger W. in play Wednesday at gladioli arranged in a large
lated "fine" is sons, Billy and Bobby; were
., to one A coin
cc'Ji; W Va. prior com '
Hall, 59, of Bradenton Robert
Ronald Reed, Robert Johnson ; Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club palm frond on a green cloth.
the but still hasa
hen and began his col- worn on edges D Troup, '44, of Daytona Mrs. George GerdU was in ,
social card
and J. W. Scott. party
ji( in 1950 when he found clear date and a coin whichis Celebrates 37t Birthdaywinning Beach; Thomas Milner, '58, of charge: :
but still readable Ritter will head the show, Hostesses were Mrs. George
unusual coins passing quite worn
11 Richard L.
Petersburg; Door prizes went to Mesdames
assisted by Hair, McIntosh Gerdts, Miss Anne Lothman,
ih hit hands. is labeled "very good"Some himself and Hall '59, of St. William. Vander
Petersburg Mrs.
and Reed. There is no charge The thirty-seventh birthday honor for :; Mrs. Archie Wood and Mrs. Koogh
'tr he came to Venice and uncirculated U. pennies his He was captured Sidney W. Eline, '62, of BoynR Charles Worstall Earl Browning -
of Col. John A. Fite Chapter, company.
and the Is invited. Pinkstaff chairman
Austin ,
,ht his present business, of the early 1900'i are public U..u.d Daulfhterea..Cnn. in the Ratt1.' .* CUt....,.... Achi.Raloh Stewart. '52, and Philip Leothley.
u.h'i American Service more difficult to' obtain than federacy, will be observed after a valorous charge, and' ::t Vero Beach; Edward L.; : Only *nielam wa. bid and Next social card party will
:i he branched out Into ancient Roman 'coins and are Grace Methodist I Wednesday afternoon at Sarasota exchanged for Federal prison- Jackson Jr., '49, of Vero made, by Mrs. George Gris- be on March 18. Duplicate
Using from other cones therefore considerably more home of Mrs. Forrest ers after the close of the war Beach; Gene B. King, '48, of dale .and Mrs. S. C. Turken- bridge Is played at the club

eta t complete his various expensive.. Circle Meetings Wise, 419 Hernando Avenue. His only living descendantsare Tampa; Raymond W Edge, koph.A every Thursday at 1 p.m. and
He specializes in United McIntosh considers his Type Dessert will be served at residents of Sarasota, the '49, of Venice; Dana B. Huoni, St. Patrick's Day decorative members, their guests and
t and Canadian coins but Set collection his most valuable Begin TomorrowMarch 1:30 with the business John Fite Robertsons.The '55, of Eglm: AFB; H. Stanley theme was used on the friends are invited. I
:: pm.
It contains half cents, !
i of the club members United Daughters of the
to at :2 -------
meeting begin p.m.
cent., small cents, two- circle meetings of theWoman's
e other specialtiesfore. It was in 1926 that Mrs. Confederacy is patriotic
for Christian
ju, currency, pennies, cent pieces, three-cent piecesof Society John Carter Sr., Mrs Mary character Its objects are memorial I
nickel and also of silver, Service of Grace Methodist Trailer Park
'in and numerous other Phillip Hall Brownell and Mrs. historical, educational,, OECKHOUSFRESTAURANT
Church are scheduled for to-
half-dimes, five-cent pieces,
pry assemblies.j J. J. Williams conceived the benevolent and social.The
nunismatist could teach dimes and 20-cent( pieces. morrow and March 18. UDC yearly provides .
Idea of starting new Chapterof
: m pointers on reticence, These, Issued from 1875 to be The meetings tomorrow will the United Daughters of the scholarships to colleges and Plans BazaaiMrs. \
Mcintosh is no exception. 1879, are the shortest issue of : Confederacy in Sarasota and universities for worthy young
_ue of his collection Is any U. S. coins Specific coinsin Naomi Circle will meet at for they devoted their people. Junior high and high NOW\ OPEN I
a year
the home Mrs.
(.-'nated" but he did say the set bring as much as 9:30: a.m at of untiring efforts to this end. In school students who show Rollo Bouldrey will be
the average collection In $200 on today's coin market R. N. Gould of 225 Venice East March of 1927 their efforts promise and Interest in historyare general chairman of the Ven. 4 :

area, for those following Coin Collecting Growing Blvd., devotions and programby were rewarded by an organizational given special awards ice Municipal Trailer Park's DAYS A WEEK
Mrs M. B. Paschal.
h::5by for sometime, Collecting, McIntosh aaid, meeting held at the CoL John A. Fite Chapter annual bazaar, set for March
:et from "a thousand to has grown so much in the last 10 Rebecca at Circle the home will meet of Mrs.at home of Mrs. Courtney Hamilton Follows the general program by 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. F .. 7 Salad -

t u thousand" doll r.. few years that in just one I Herman a.m. Caton of 109 W. Aurora Siesta Beach Road with presenting at each meeting. Division chairmen will be ...,-
his to say no one tells year' time, from last year until -i' Ave. with Mrs. J. W. De- 20 women In attendance. historical events and biographies Mrs. James Druce, door prize Lunches
vie anything about his color today, the supply of silver co-hostcns devo- Mrs. N. G. Robertson presided of outstanding southern registration; Mrs. Clinton Carter
other than mention of dollars in the Federal Reserve mombron as ; Mrs. during the nomination of men. A review of these events table arrangements; Mr. SPECIALS MONDAY Thru, THURSDAY
or that species of special. Bank has diminished from approximately tions and program by officers when the meeting was is prepared by the chapter historian Hiley Klrvan, advertising: end
ta And needless to say, all $50 million to $18 Lauren Sheridan. formally taken over by the Mrs. C. H. Spurr. This I Mrs. Charles Williams end 5 51.50Served
c ctors keep their prizes million. Some banks are setting Grace Circle at the will home meet of Mrs.W at. newly elected president, Mrs. month the "Lof of WadeHampton" Mr. Martin Phee, refreshments choice of Entrees ......_.._..
: p.m .
cutely! deposit boxes Ini special windows to sell Hall Brownell. will be given.
up H. Raudenbush of 401 Park Mary Phillip With Cole Slaw TOM Salad
( to collectors the new proof sets Other officers were Mrs. Court Mr. Therman Clark and
i law part of his collectionweek and coins for "looklnff! over." Lane Drive Mrs.; devotion Van B.and Carter program ney Hamilton first vice-presi Mrs. Albert Barker will be in Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6
and it was iieii--ere-mad;for col Esther Circle will meet at :2 dent; Mrs. O. E. Heckman, Columnist Addressei i charge of a table of bake p.m.
J":-*eit any rank by the mints with spe-I Ar- second vice-president; Mrs. N. goods and handicrafts. Proceeds HIGHBAllS
of Mrs.
p.m. at the home V.N Woman's Club MANHATTANS MARTINIS 50e
from these will to
hobby, dies from special high. go
History of 429 Park G. Robertson Sr., secretaryand
thur P. Swanson
tamnjful thing when blanks. They are never Drive with Mrs. James Mrs. Yancey Silvertooth, Guest speaker at the Venice- South Sarasota County Assn. AT THE JETTIES
'torn the backs of coins.Silver by hand and are quick. Lane Buckets co-hostess. treasurer. Mrs. John Fite Robertson Nokomis Woman's Club Wed for Retarded Children. -
Dollar bought up by collectors. Mc nesday luncheon meeting will
Miriam Circle will meet at and Mrs. Courtney
:TK* his said 1950 set of his be Helen Griffith newspaper
| collection a 2 at the home of Mrs. Hamilton were appointed on
tla silver dollars from cost $2.10 at the mint p.m. and columnist.
Nokomis committee
of 825 the Credential
Morgan dollar until Is now valued at $135. Ave.Parke South Haynes with Mn. W. EC- Mrs. Sidney Perry was appointed The meeting wil be at the A Warm Welcome Awaits You
ISsue in 1935. They collection of these is con cles Huff as co-hostess; devo registrar North Harbor Drive clubhouseat
minted in 1794. He growing, as is that of tions and program by Mrs. Col. John A. Fite was In 1861 12:30: p.m.Reservations,
l complete set of ordi."p collector Eula Lake. the young captain of CompanyB may be made At
Jet, or Liberty nickles, beautiful to the eye of Lois Circle will meet at 8p.m. 7th Tennessee Regiment of by calling Mrs. Leslie Love-
'aJOi. The most his coins that we saw are at the home of Mrs. Volunteers which subsequently lace, Mrs. Arthur Laughlin,,
liberty heads today Indian Head Type Set of Spence Keeter of 100 Alba Ave. became a part of Archer's Mrs. Herbert Elam or Mrs
: S valued at $63, and coins. He also possesses W, with devotions and program Brigade and in turn a part of Jesse Butler. They should be FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE
*'issue which in top gold Liberty Head Type Set by Mrs. W. E. Kruger. the Army of Virginia. In 1802 made by tomorrow noon and i I
ould bring about $ aix coins which includes Mary Martha Circle will Col. John Fite held commandof notification of cancellation
bar an uncirculated $10, $5, $3 and two $1 meet on March 18 at 1 p.m. at his regiment, and led in must be made by 5 p.m. tomorrow -

Wlerion nickles-the the home of Mrs. W. R. Ste- every engagement in Virginia, h
exhibitors at the
minted-and Drive
genga of 48 Lemon Bay ;
;entieth century coins.Jdrculated have already reserved devotions by Mrs Robert
coins ire are F. W. Douglas Gamble ,

S. Tamiam/ Trail 488.3965-488.6150

Installation Drew DoItYourselfEaster SPECIALIST IN. .


Repair Lubricate Chassis
Of Two Hundred Bonnet Front End Alignment Oil Change

Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Bean 601 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL
JProumately 200 members chairman of the County Executive Session Is SetA Wheel Balancinq \ Electrical Repair

,' Nes4 of Venice-Nokomis Committee; Mrs. Helene Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand.
'1Ublican Women's Club at- Morris, state treasurer of the workshop on Easter bon Radio Repair .rd Transmission Repair SERVICESSAVINGS
lidspecial installation ser- Federation of Republican nets will be held at the Noko- / and Installation
*Deckhouse Wednes- Women and candidate for National mia .Un". ..,. e -Demonstration-- AircondiKoninq Repair
'''! Restaurant. Committeewoman; E. S. Club's meeting Thursday at ,I ACCOUNTS MORTGAGE LOANS
,?hIohn T Salmon of St. Raymond, candidate to succeed 10 a.m. at Nokomis Fire Hall. I
installed the new himself as Venice Justice of Mrs. William E. Randolph, "SKILLET" SPECIAL HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
,"wri: Mrs Margaret Bus- the Peace; Mrs Blanche Celli!, president, will demonstrate U. S. SAVINGS
trident; Mrs Harry J. Venice City Councilwoman; hat-making and assist the
'ker. first vice-president; Walter Caiger, candidate for members.A Out MONEY ORDERS LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

L.William C. Bose, second Constable; Chuck. Schmidt of covered dish luncheon will Carry .
president; Mrs. William District 2 and Haven Page of be served at noon, with Mr. 9 TRAVELERS CHECKS PARKING LOT
P 3. candidates for County of.
secretary: Mrs. District Brooks in charge. BUCKET
.*? B. Jack Knuckles Marcus AUTO TELLER I
'.dJn Eldridge, corres- Commissioner;; Members are to bring a cover- COMMUNITY ROOM DRIVE-UP
secretary, and Mrs. candidate for sheriff dish and their own table '
:i? Tischler' treasurer. Boyd Gernhard, candidate for 'hag
.. Carl L. Hamilton re- clerk of the Circuit Court. __ service. ulna eaMon.
"I President, was appointed ChIcken
."m chairman for 1984-85. Frt. 9 A.M. 3 P.M. ,
ese.given' a tribute for her YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS HOURS ; ? ?
'il"Viet by Mrs. Salmon, Nat- Fridays 5 8 P.M 'o tuw ..Pvv"r
Federation tosto'vEpEpAI
lftlttee chairman membership On Auto Insurance \ / /til WHOLE V/j' LB.

J 111\"i1tepeaker\, was H. L. Mc- I. NSW; LOW RATES SAVINGS %P/UU CHICKEN ((10 Pieeet)
author of DRIVER
safe driving SAFE

ety and presented a pro- l/j DOZEN HOT ROLLS ,

accidents 'In toil lined buckets)
rsnr Included The Hon- aAGENCY ,all orders packed i

Grizzle> state represen-. Phone Ahead your order will be ready '
iemlym! Pallas County,
',I llslllure,' and the first and 116 W. VenIce Avenue 'F'FI

,'I",8"twman* K.representative Wood of Sar-; Telephone 488-2289 Wa T. GRANT CO. n'F fil';

j\C" Women and vice. .' :

t J"

A OND'AY, F1<11R {
THE G 0 N D 0 'I. I SERTax

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Pouring In At ss

A Fast RateA # STORE

total of $$224,053 of the
1963 tax roll was collected up i CEIEBRAiIONY
to March 1, or 80,23 per cent
of the total $$280,458.66 assessed -- ,:
against the real and personal /
property of the City of Venice, v7I1I1/
City Clerk Harry W. Hajer re
\ today.
This U considered a good .
rate of collection among cities
the size of Venice he said.
This month (March) is I the C
last to which taxes can be paid f
without Incurring a penalty of F
,, one per cent a month and at
least another 10 per cent of
1 taxes is expected to be paid PUBllj
ti before April 1. ,
Records in the city clerk's
+ office since 1958 show that only -

a total of and$86,531 the biggest U still part outstanding 1.

of that has been in the past L '
two years. In fact only $44.58 t
lj outstanding in 1958 taxes &_
and that is on two pieces of
vacant business property. r
City Attorney M. A. Bras- .
well explained Venice has no _
provision in its ordinances for
ceiling delinquent tax certificates
as is the practice on
county taxes but the city can QUICK-FROZEN SQUARE CUT SHOULDER
institute foreclosure suite after
two years. However no foreclosure
have been made since

the Today depression tax collections days. are si LAMBROAST

most a self executing process, dairy specials PRICES' EFFECTIVEMON.TUE.WED. :
Hager said and referred to the 4
fact that even the 1959 taxes .
lected.have been 9971 per cent col Borden'l Tatty

The record also shorn that CREAM CHEESE MARCH 9.10-11,
97.99 per cent of 1960 taxes
have been collected; 94.78 per 1964
cent in 11161; and 94.49 per cent ft 29'Betty
in 1962.
A perusal of the tax records
l In the city clerk's otlice also Crocker ButtermilkBISCUITS QUICK-FROZEN' LEAN SHOULDER lb. 29
reveal the steady growth of
Venice during the past six
years. In 1958 the total tax roll LAMB CHOPS
was $154.170; in 1959. $166-] *
626; in 1960 $185,919; in 1961, 6 2!., 49
$232,760; in 1962 $263,091 and
in 1063, $230,458.Easter "

frozen foods. lb. 39


Birds Eye Frosen
Swift's Premium Par

By Englewood POTATO 8.01. PUFFS 0 Beef franks. 59t KnLOGG"S

LegionnairesThe 5 ,"g.. I Swift Premium Brounscnwaljer or

Community traditional Easter Sunrise Englewood services Morton's Parfcerheuie or a San'ich Chubs 2 :pkgs. 6 ge CORNFLAKES

will be sponsored by the Cloverleaf Rolls
Englewood American Legion in
conjunction with the pastors of 2-ct.
the churches of the area The 29- down produce lane .
ministers of the various denominations pkg. ,
will conduct the
Inspirational service. CAROLINA
Lemon Bay Post Chaplain 50 O e,. TeA W5O
Louie Sheppard reported at the
regular post meeting held on 10''C a-OK. C
J" Green Stamps Yams lb. lO
Monday night that tentative
plans for the annual event have I : na W .k pkg.
:5 ;m Cook.J se _.,
been initiated and details will
: __ _
be published later. M CHICKIM ?> _. _, .
Post Commander Clark, EC- ... 6-..... pkf....... 69c, *r JP""lSO 'nrmM; . :
cles announced that the next 8 .1.- W- II. act ilia .W'-- -.- -"'. *__,_ p _- _- LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER W1TH
post meeting on March 18 will 000000000000000000 PURCHASES OF S3.00 OR MOU
be a joint session with the Assorted Flavors
Ladies Auxiliary Unit and will
be the 45th anniversary celebration FRE5O Jef/o 2 'lo.rge 37c
marking the anniversary IIZ. j
of the institution of the J Green
American Legion in Paris, Hunt's ,
Ma aleee.e.ew/Mdwau
France, on March 16, 1919. A I
joint committee of arrangements LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE Tomato' Juice 1"nlOc
for the affair comprises 2 jt. pkgs. 59c 4 ; 1
Junior Vice-Commander Ernest to..,lr.. WM. Mire II. 1-
Thelm, chairman, and 81 lID Gassed Luncheon MeatSwift's
_Charles Yale, Jay Fitting and DETERGENT SALE!
.William Haste. Pre 'Jr: 39c
Senior Vice-Commander Ben l! ,,, :
Lane said that despite the fact 5OJ,1 ,RERm"5O REGULAR 33c SIZETIDE
that the membership cam. F&P Flavor PerfectSliced
paign has attained its quota the Green Stamps!
campaign will continue. He invited
Beets. %: WeSwift'
recent arrivals in the
1 area who are members of Legion JOHNSON'S COTTON BUDS .
posts in the North to arrange 88-ct. pkg. 59c
for a transfer of memo ;: Wee. M a &eN r.:;:, e

bership contacting to Lemon him or Bay who Post Post will Adjutant by- 0 oo O O'O OOO Corned Beef '?2o? 39c

Bartholomew arrange Uc
the details.Legionnaire 19c
Bill Schultz post [ FlmrM' Y WInstant lilt

dance dance,chairman the final of announced the season a, Jw 1 Green Stamps Coffee ,......,...':- $109
which will be held on March I NA..._w..4 w......... !
20 and will be a "Leap Year FLOOR WAX Chof a..Doe LIMIT T Pit CUSTOMER 'WITHPURCHASES
Dance" Music will be Meat Balls 29 ,
vided by Ray Scott and pro-His pint can 6 9c SpaghettlFREEWAX & T Of $3.00 Oft MOIl

:!. Combo Donations are set at 75 8)000000000000000008 I CM lor-er-D
cents per person )
t Legionnaire John White reported Ravioli i ... .. . ..............'iT 29
I on the Boy Scout and
Cub Scout activities and Institutional ( !.REEA Chef Bay-erDee _
Chairman George Austin 50 50 Beefaroni .. ........,!. 27 fI

reported and participation on the Scout in program the- J"( Green Stamps N.eh'e. .. Fusses LW WHEK SHOmSG B A PUKMI .r.

Good Will Bag collection. I SCH1MMU aiNewwdr.ekw.k STRAWBERRY PRtStRVB Vermicelli .. . . .2 ;5* 27'j j

lay to UM! Soa. P<4.. ky
1 12-os. /for. $1 I t '
Frost ..... .... Venice"y'
DamageIs r=t MMNI 110 a_ C'I Brillo .... 27' > v
......... .......-.. stun

Curable oooooooooooooooooO Ws ekr7 ..; sloe / ] Shopping Center 1',,

Toilet Soap .. .. .... 2 'M'.... 25 1 .
Frost-damaged plants and 50mexTRA
OO50 t
CaIN lash !Kaker

shrubbery health again can be, says nursed horticulturist backto J" Green Stamps Dill Pickles ...___._....'?'T 33 StoreMon. Hoarse r -
R. D. Dickey of the Florida ... M A R T i .
I wi'Me ww rea.e.k CCH las" SmoMhPeanut
Agricultural Experiment
Stations. AH Flexor Royal mutest ridglsos g Butter Its- 33 Fri. 8:30-: 9:00: j
Frost-bitten tender plants 4 ro 9. P k 9 50< e= .. i
such as poinsettias will usually r:1: : b...... WW Hvril ale 1- IP H.MMs*..M ....' '
sprout again in the spring.Dickey lAAAAAAAAAAAAnAAAA AlHu. '. Sat. 8:30W: :
says you may trim off Clorox.-'......____..;:. 39' I
the unattractive parts within
several Inches of the ground .-
without slowing re-growth.
Hardy plants such as azaleas b & m b & m scott scott scott gerber's strlJineCl
I and cameliae should not be

I damage pruned too cannot soon be fully since deter frost baked beans brown bread paper cups paper cups pJace..mafs baby foods ,

mined until spring Removal of u.... ''e' ,- 24Lr ea.
29' 19' 1' 25' ....
,, undamaged wood could harm ea rt"eke.25f u.... ek/ Ne 39 10 ... 99rztsee '
the life of the plant. __?? .. : ... .J

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uoNPAIf, MARCH 9,1464

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II'I.tiUBATES rev. J- _.. .Je ao..d dw tN b w1.e
C Houses ton hi term to -M mmlnlntto
For ,. .
Sale .
Rentals 5.W .,4 v5. .1. wMM 55. an' all bldo .- -
Female Help Wanted Lost ..hllt'. L "tl7UK1ftl. M ....-.. .S... -.-,....w..wklane ..1.. u, and all ormalHw to i...1
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brick SATURDAY Gold Lor-
front bale 11M... w>4 _.. la aewrdaiMia witk ... OP SARA5OTC
I.... both T1tmd.y roome, } bathe, central! Road Nokmnla. $80. Three adult, March II *rs Knot bracelet fat er front 4w ..1 I.." .eat .... .. west.bid see ft.. pCTfomamw rOUNTY. nOKTPA.Bri .
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porUUon. Reference Theatre *M in*. .,. .
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51.50m 1 Phone 408.4786.NEW Marble. Realtor \ fc BEDROOM:Pine Trailer TRAILER.Park. Phone Palm Telephone M6-254S before 1* Part at matched Mt rUward .aM.. WML VmlmSiyrM 1. It. *.*.w ,t.8.Nae7ve I __. .II/ .wi4.....Board.. U at a bid.. .11.kd.... .10

a-In. Phone 4881479.Legal. _
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CBS hOME ow COLT five Ioe >akniltu4 5..npnnl" to ROCKEOnOHJRATES"
word ...1"IIIIIIfII'Ad 1 bedroom: SALES AND MANAGEMENT t"t !. tffif t. "",., It.. Ieee M..l. BulM-,
ltr..1 Words. .c11 4s 1 bath BuUt-ta kiteb,... Util SLEEPING ROOM tent 1.10 S. e o8(5..r w w h> FIMW."or ,a5d.5ws.r
ity room In Beauty Counselor cosmet C..r1 .f_ ,--- r T4. Mt'
heat patio, o4 I Can 48M517 before Jl ..m. 1 ic*. Build business of your own. ,'If TRa 000.. nlMn ooUaT tr. T.o .. 1M .ttoo MI 1M wflI M iIOd he N.IYftrID.
rrt.. Nth 1'IIlIrad.y fumiahe< Priced right or afterl:30pm. For appointment call Sertaota PI Aura roe aAa..or4 OsuMTt M hbM 1-. r'N I'' A..k ... to 4w ,now toM ... Call:
CASH ) _
for caih. Flrtt house 0l. b w Ilerd AwwMw5s. .""10" _
on right, 914-7458. Dr at SetA77 OjtWeATDI.Axos ..1t4t... Mil. R. ..... lor.. wasp' ., 1 HUOH
sod Shamrock Dr., off Trail, South 2 BEDROOM Furnished, uawu Dw.w. f**, rvr 4 f : "11 .m.. M Thaw" I Tb.a.b. ....hI4J./ .. _p''I.' __ twinP5
140Edan. Venice. month or year, on canal ingrove. 1nMw rile ... fal *w. Hunk M,.rJ. M .M<* ttaM an I_ 551 .,.vII155't' ,a .... 0. w. IM McPHERSON
$ Situation Wanted HOTK-I TO cuoiroaa bow $ 5.blt.b..r M .... ."... of mid Arahll. ...% Ml
NEW!: Hardwood! floor 488 TO' ALL CIU>ITOM AND PFoUO' W =: r ow ass, '1.=S I IBrrr ...tk Paha. Axnm riorMa, -IW 488-6M7
DUPLEX in .. .
) Venice Gar 3700. AVIMO CLAINa O* eanaiwe W / .r..s.b r .M let atftal r ald Sup...liiMidmt.
|112 word"minimum' ) dene. 2 bedrooms each aide HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR BOY 0410 UTAT8' ,

AJdjti1 l Words each SCUSSIFIEO Central heat and air-condition MODERN FURNISHED 4 desire work after school and \.rx: : b.aweld Wrwob.dw AA_ .A.A. . "A..AAA.A..aII .

.. e4/ A.ctive '..1._ 1___,...,._.n._ room*, bath, electric kitchen: Saturday In Venice area. Ph. _Sits..see.. ....."".......se_masse.ooo., 55.Do .

4.R 0A:=-XAU Mrn :O .."= Phone 488-4835 or 483 6051.BY cedar closets, central duct 488-5572. 0-.JJla..,. ,.D.ry... M w W.r,...Ws.n 01

.....:--S kw tnwww' heating, aircondltioning. Adult. LADY BOOKKEEPER full 5a 10&01 1' GRABAJe, On The
Bayfront 3 bed.
Yearly beaus $110 month. Writ owe hw r w 8-.e. CIootft
:': ':i: r'H room, 2 bath home and rent. P.O. Box Venice charge. Rapid typist Excel. 11- M 5.w. FYnaO ..4.w Premises
1302. __, ..
5.r.. ....lt-rds- al unit $27,000. Call after 5:30: lent reference Permanent res "U. s.5- r row Ns w x.tlaa..b 4.s. r w Rain It

p.m. 48S-em. DKLUXE: 2 BEDROOMS, 2 ident. 488-8488 morning a1... w Ls.w..." .. ..
DISPLAY' bath, complete, by season or _..,..W.. a.4 r t-IO.r 4 LNbwi .5(8 ..,wW or

CM HitiM per Inch IJjOO VENICE GARDENS year. 100 The Esplanade, 488- Misc. For Sale W4n. Ik. CkHMMtlM =E Shine !
5498.t W Ctaiuih kktorwri
.Mk,.. WWww.All per IIICII $UO Furnished $11,50000 >k>il MMMMuM W n... :
Save big rent Move on tens.tot. STUDIO COUCH, matchingchair. Sills fc. ... ..r iMk cttM :1.1 i I; t GOING FOR WHAT IT BRINGS .. .:
C.L Pd
LARGE ROOM. Private ffid .eft payable 'hiM $4,20000 down takes entrance Green r > ".Tr. FOLLOW THE LEADER
>. ; and bath. Call nylon. Good 5 .... t> MM MMM *f Aac-w
ednllCl .*,t ashbIWrdCANCELLATION everything $90 00 per month. 4774 488- condition. $U boU. Phew 4M- Mm fanM wr W H.|..< fiwiH
daytime 438-3557 after 8. .
Located on one of tne choice 4000. Y n.J.r... aAStnla

waterfront lota la Venice : ----5 .+., r w sK WEDNESDAY MARCH 11th 1:00 P.M.
Garden, with an utilitlea. APRIL 15, 1 1964 to Jan. 15. 1969 NEW *; USED GARAGEEQUIPMENT. : : =WM00a1 a4pe e. 679.-. ,

ADJUSTMENT *c Shape privacy and In size of lot afford 400 Beautiful ft. from Gulf.house,I large fumnhed.bedrooms Hydraulic Jack *. Lubrication. 8 s 5 5VR 5,.:. we, : ':i .. ,t 'I,. : 'm CASEY KEY MOTELS 1.r.t
large back \ (
yard '
iqveih few cancellatfo ... overlooking lake. 2 bedroom. S battis, living and' din. Equipment Repair ,. a l !4 FURN. UNITS CASEY KEY, FLA.

ar ftjjurhnenf k e a .* af IK baths built-in stove and< ing room. Modem facilities! g. TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. (:(). trbbb.w,elie.i. l'.4 .... L .. tiesIM y' t ,;j; W.aINT ON fH' INoa.COAsTM wAlia
rage, shuffleboard. :i..t
Reasonablerent It
IMO Delete Rd. I: r 1 0. 5. i
oven. Screen I
U for porch SE.
trap milt made on for right pel"" Phone 4B8S388I. Sarasota, Fla. m :-I: tubnre 9D0acus .. : =:; M I 0.-n ON, :;055... CIt 55..
TWW.T Gondolier IEFOREI aide for year round comfort. Axe (Ibis? TO 0, MIKICO.wr5w .
Perfect Call collect 319-1140 roeAIA8AWTbn .,. tflltni to 1,. ..,r", Loo* H.M.' ,
,*. OR Monday.' For MenSootier drainage. 2 years oW, ..F.t::. :, 'L ,..aw,... 1..,.. ..d twlmoli.4. DIHECTIONii,i I M Ul. 41 ta
Good new furniture. Brand IIVOO L '-'. '''11. ''''''"11 .' .h urn wet rw Cw :.,. N ..
.v BEFORE S CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 BICYCLES One Ladle and LUx.r' PlIo na C- r I:; 14 : SOS' : : l'.iCIWNIIOg
new twin beda. Ret, drapes, T1Kci .... ffiBTii .flinSui,[ '
e. 1"htncIey." l bedroom furnished bone one man' bicycle, used only; ''W'G eQ ]woes' ITk. CAHT KIT ID. .INANcI. IN u.
Ice carpet, dishes, cooking men- porch. 488-ltn, 48B- several times, one-half price. ID" L e:1I: III.q r"""" :
PHONE silo, blanket and yard tool*. Screened Apartment II, 1331 Tarpeai Center seems axtit- evohi.Tw .AI.urN .OI'A"U.IJ' UAOIN UNIJT AUCTION SIIVICI

Tile roof. Argentina graaa, Road. 4M251T.Auto b.5, eMflr ... ...4.rM LIST Touiraomn: WITH
48MI2SRtal end planting.: On quirt dead FOR RENTALSIn : 1110 _, d..wI" ,w.as. Tkt" V oft of I.flttll ftCO. I
street with expansive e 1 e'. rOOoI
-around in a
of well kept home tAt =I :. "ro"ft;; nT. tN4 krrww'dow /) n APPRAISAL
Estate are not all alike. CHIPS JOHNSON lino OLDS W. Full power end I..Ira I 10 w fin,. a-t iri .. L ;O i C'nCt\lCg { 1t .
1958 Austin Heal." Call 48*. lose,. "P.*,. ..... e. uv 09 CALL :t}:
MYRON MeOLYWN Realler Realtor ": .. fSYIBBS 1I00StU'. "0ICf1 '
HAH, TltONTAGE lots. CANAL. 432 Shamrock Ph. 48-4974 lOt V. Venice A.2m 3109 after $ p.nt. 11'r..=.r:. .l:" &.Ictnlt4 Itll"e4 ,. ,....'14 ST. PETERSBURG

< adjoining with '60 PLYMOUTH. 4-door. Std-4 + eblw MO I. MNwA.I Osa.I pet.4..n.M_b lOll Utfc St. Ne.. St. frtcnkyr.' ,. Ie 862-5548
i KDROOM .145
IV each on newly 4-lsned tip A i. :.n.1 C. C :=.i;alias M ;:;;:
hmiuni Tr fl (U.S. 41) with H'''' CAIU LOU JACOBS. 411.IMf Cool tire Excellent condit- 5. lor .. _... ... .. ... ...
Jll1 toW ....., .... .
fahl rangwg from For SaleIfxM' ion ." table saw and motor, s.g55W M a sale
d..w.4.l- 01as.
I backing up to W wide 5' MODERN 2 BEDROOM, I 10" electric fait, newer. uaed. runst w fnd".tea a. ...4. ,1a 115., hew
canal with to inter bath, cement block home .......
deep < twittl wsterwsy, Dined R-3. Venice Garden Carport ffnlshd : MODERN!: PurnUhed first house on right, Shaav ..1 ..... 5-a .w s ........ now Real Estate Corner
Trailer with large patio, carport cork Dr.. So. Venice. CttoMao Jvd.... .,...
Mill stun for motel, restating large utility room, Move in and start living Coon, A. .1J1.
msnne, filling staHon, acreened porch, with adjoining -
Boats For Sale'
Lot 174 Venice' Municipal (;
This it the patio and Imrbeeue. Low down
ewes\ lad so" forth. ASwwwsraAC e7.v..w --.
Trtfl! front,.ge of Sorrento payment.: $/RJ pr month include trailer Park. COME!!: IN and see *e Urgent ........ 8-5 8111I.

Own Will sell one lot or all taxes and !ttllliranee. IN HARBOR LIGHTS. "'aU" selection of If Skill available tir Ps.1: MODEL HOUSE *

M Ml Ph'e $12,000 rich Must Sell. Phone 4B8-1827. Tampleo Trailer. Screened on Florida's West Coed loo r. n. as .e Cwt a .. to In East Venice This Space
TtnM" Venice 488-5027,
Priced from $995 to $1,895, at '
torch, beautiful corner lot. No. TITB OmJKTT TOTH 49r8 OOtTWTW
at ntit Sorrento Shore Sale. WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedrooms M. Phone 48M3M. Hansen Chrii-Craft Sales, 1201 Am roa .ta.IIO"A oomrrr> 1 !.dream, 2 $atlis Ciy WahrFatmlc.

Offiot! located 4 mile N. of 1H bath,. garage. North Tsmlaml Trail, Sara- IK Kit MT ATBnrar or IM PSOaIT Kitchen Paved Sheet Available

Tuk, I mile S. of Saraaota. dock. Reasonable. Margaret 10' x: 46 VINDALE, ALUM sota. Phone I58- SI5. DAN OIACIicA.er4UWb.P.W .. CtI't I Utility Cetttr.IIy-ducfad Gel ))4..tSeree..d
Drive Laurel Villa. 481-2464. .....
NUM. 2 bedroom, tiled bath, M h a 5040OflQPa Petals Pnpeirad few Air. For Your
CULT BEACH! FRONT-3 Bdr. gal heat, large gas tank, wall DeLUXE BOATING Outfit TO ,.mesasx4 Comet Let) IS 1 ISO conditioning
lw Urge with enough for in thin each.n I 2 bath airconditioned. Completely owes, Kelvlnator, sliding door, Lake N Sea all fiberglass ttrruett&nn'ia; Uo agoeeppii Real I Estate
15,000 aq. ft. runabout with TeeNee Trailer,
furninhed. Exclusive location. exceptional closet space and IIo\QI UTTAT,
bid R-l. On county meinttutd 1 100x500. SeawaUvd. No abinets, TV antenna awnings folding top, 35 Johnson, electric Tw w Vink M>V<<4 ..< iMikilto GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT Advertisement
raw teta 4mM vkkk miv
ftreet 200 ft. Wad of Excellent wv w
Tuuiml city tax. By appointment only covered patio. Nice location starter generator. b .' MjMI the (atot* f lOA" 481413INTERESTED
Trail Sob" miles I 4884008. and wonderful neighbor Lot I condition. $795. Apartment RACK arAiruprwa.' ti..l w r
Hath of Venice, K mi. South 21. 1325 Tarpon Outer O. w. rvirt*. to e I
150 or call at office. HARBOR E1o: r. .:
tonvnto Shores. ftt.OM 2 BEDROOM, completely fur LIGHTS. Road. 488-2517. to Ik* .,
few. Call W. L. Sutherland, niahed. Separate\ garage.

***. 488-MJ7 or 4M-S7M. 1 Warm Mineral Spring. ItO.SOO. @B
Business Personals
Rualsell-Rigby. Margarita St., 2 BLOCKS TO

Lots For Sale Phone 42 -12a3. Inspection In ?
vited.S TYPEWRITERS: and Adding best-way Downtown Venice

N VERY KmBiWTiAL. IAlft.LIn Machine (mechanically op. 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
tiMirs misiNBSft' SITM BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot erated) Chemically cleaned,
CALL Km JAOOBH. "MIUTWR city water and aewer. like Dew. Just $12.50 plus part JANITOR SERVICEWe H. N. W'rrlllJer.-lealtor 50' i 120' Lot

QUICK SALE :3 LoU Walk to school and store. $7,250 if required. All makea. Venice TOTAL PRICE 10900.00
lOxltH, South Venice. Owner. 30 per cent below cost I Call Stationer. 211 W Venice Av*. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Sa clalh .U
Plm 48M706.U 488-1510 alter 4 or weekend. 488-9113. RESIDENTIAL SERVICE Afe.t far w..... U4... TetarapfcMemUy REALTOR

>VtLY SO. VENICE Home- ATTRACTIVE HOME!!: in nice Alto Commer.t.l tin Frldat 11. 5; Saturday H I 221' W. Miami Ave,

lilt near beach. Only $700. section of Venice. Two bedroom D CLOSED SUNDAYS 488.5308
*>I Mt, Ri. 1, Bonita Spring, *, two baths screened
Mi. porch and carport., 1001 Noko- LUMBER CO. WASHING WINDOWS AND SCREENS

mil Av*.. So., Venice 14000. C COMPLETE FLOOR CAR
BW.Seraiota .

IAYSHORE ESTATES Low cost down Can payment 488-: TOI. No closing W.shlll'!, w./ttt/ Bufftn, 500 feat on U.S. 41, 466 feet

Hlflily elevated, choice lot. eaU FREE ESTIMATESALL deep, at Venice East told lest
1$' frontage Across street$1 BEAUTIFUL! SWIMMING Pool EUIOTT PAULfor week.
"Irons Reeerti Boy. teautiful home. 2 bedrooms, den, Florida WORK GUARANTEED OWNER WANTS TO SEW
21x31 screened patio. All ..* equipment h NEW tW feeler,
!. We have another 200 x 466
lot Reasonable. Plane
WS047. furnished U desired. Good finincing. ROOF TRUSSES etrer and more efficient tewt 7 CHOICE CITY LOTS feet on U.S. 41 at Venice

2102 Georgia A..., Englewood : Alum. Windows I DOOM. GERALD W. CONEY Owner aid') Manager East at $50.00 foot.

Grove City. Contrast Roofing i Painting Bo, 217, Noiomit. Phone'- 418lJtJLlcni FOR THAT MODEL HOME OF YOUR CHOICE Nice lot in City per of' Venice

lAST. GATE; Choice loU, min. "We- 418.2112 V.nlc.REMODELING j and Insure) 2 to 4 Bloeki to Venue. Public Bach
1 feet
wide. See LarvT
Redford 4a oc. Chip or call John-I GOLDEN BEACH near 9111 I Member, Chamber. of Cwnmre CITY WATER AND SEWER $1,900,00Martin

** Real l Eatate. 308 W. Venice: Two bedrooms, |w. bcthl. Repair I Fr-.*. From '"' t* ISO

jg Phone 488-3400, 488-2241. I' 30 foot( Florida room Carpentry Masonry S. Stancik

I Painting. Interior aa4 exterior. PRICE: $4,500 and $4,700
POUR LOTS 7J.,,13$. Close to I M 112 ft. oomer let. Quality. verfc. Phone 488.6305. REALTOR

11*If1t>lIIg center and b lrptal.} lit GULF STREET = CRANK C. RAEBURN Venice 488-5443
t per cent eaah balance easy Dressmaking, aJteratkw, draperlea. irangestateml-e

J"% payment $1M5 each. e... reasonable 4M-1130 REALTOR -
"* M. M.rVIe Realtor. Ph. .
-11I8. Homes For Tro .

WT GATE: S choice lots I WILL TRADE! HOMES. Bedroom Bayview Partway, 2 bedroom,

':g"; "*. Phone 4M-M70. I IH betfcs, CB home, WIDOW DESIRES middle age Mr. terrazzo, screened porch.

"LOT W BAY POINT Nokomii.rh large lot on deep canal with woman to semi share home.bath.Private Remodeling says Only $10,750.
room, -prlvat.
In Laurel Villa, for com a

"tc and. 'Value Dry.: 55'1Z5', Make Close dock parable or larger home in Venice Full privileges of of home. Walk- I Also have a 'fully 'furnished,
$1.350. distance shopping cen-
tog _
area. Phone 488-2464. hers Call 4861850.ALCOHOL NOM Ea 2 bedroom home In South

st 1 Venice that ii a terrific buy

:E5; RONT LOT IN sonRro Apts. For Sale ANONYMOUS for you at 10,895., Screened:

rdIst SHOalS: $3.300. Mondays, < P m., St. Mark' I thi porch and Florida room.

1ft 41a Wud Sutherland, Van- DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom, \ Episcopal Church Parish Halt ( )
80iq or *>8-27: lV $100. DOWNBUYS
bath and 2 bedroom 2 bath, Can 4M-47M. 1 H. P. HORN
112't1U Garden,i. Price furoiahed or partly A REALTOR
$1188. Write Water! PolU, M. Help Wonted ANYTIME
1nof. Ave. No, St PeterWtET *- 1 PHONE
:: .. Rentals'r YOUNG/ HIGH SCHOOL graduate -' BULGING ? 3 Bedroom 2 Bath HomeIN U.S. 41' endAlbeeRd.WHETHER .

** 'with mechajiic l_aptitude WALLS .
Me< toM Seawallej ptlv aaeRnOC. WWWE. rw vrNir for small manufacturing Enclose Your, i'' VENICE GARDENS
basin* E .L. KUum.! \lIUIf w '"'ifi
al' jp
Oa A .. oompany in Venice area, to as- '
Jj 1Ihort Drive. Nokomi LOU UCO. *
JUST CALU aid plant manager In operation : Or Carport $71.00 Per Month YOU'REBUYING

*''iR LoT Vegtee. Good tore MODERN: aircanditioned [ and maintenance of mechanical No wwrie with ORANGE STATE'S
***"- in South
cottage. Sacrifice tore. available production equipment.
et0 4.O CaD 9245481 Sera Venice Shopping Center. For run time, rnany benefits. ONE STOP SF-RVrqE INCLUDES INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL OR

Information call 488-585t. growth opportunity. Call Mr. / QuaJity MMerW.ReJiaUe SELLINGYou're

Hoary For Sole I BEDROOMS or 2 bedrooms meat loyal: at 8a Florida soU. State Employ Serrk Warm Mineral Springs Area Best Value Are
T SACRIFICE a 11 room and w/FP Florid; extra room utility. : room. APARfMENTS.Paily .J Emrieacect! Werlmtxlglt p I a.4toom Heine LIKE NEW! 400. Down. $67 Monthly !
5881, S --"UI, lieU beach. tn city children or pU Ok.: ( Dcr 7 day a week. / Prompt, courteoo y4t sHDlg ymeH taflludlrxj 'Interest end Principal.

"\l modern menjr etraa. }'*.eo mbnth. 48M528 after 8 phone 488-02 for app Itltmen\. .J.Up to 7 yr. ilNUtdlj

Dr. .. realtor
,.Venice.--! p.m. tl CHIPS JOHNSON HEREIY.

a bedroom MING),cust6fnon BOAT-- 'rooms. bath Central ducted : Typing. essential. Mimeograph -"I.IIUIUr" X* W.. VfnJoa A... Pone "'.2241

i pose, c" jh1eJ. Central I heat, cedar closets, el. trl<> operation and *hort> bt..SnIIIMtIL t fjL
4.t bend desirable. Apply to P. O. Keflt'Metel Phone 4H-I4
.t'r' liUvned., Below i kitchen. Adult Yearly ox lICh Office at ,
"'*. P. O. Sex 1478 Venice, or telephone .
\ Line 0 menU. write 1
; 'l\IIel NokorMa. .
": J302, VeuCC.--- '' .: 488-10BI. -' '. .... ,, ':"' .. .. .




Charlene-- Rule Indians Win Track Meet 77124512' I Arcadia Sarasota County I an of (GOLF

Health Assn is I _
Takes Low Net second annual art
Venice High School's Indians Daoplt (KMI), Harper (V). T Pierce Wood I TRY

opened their track season on -17.08 ? pital through March'It"y I
Gross Honors a successful note Thursday afternoon 100-yard dash Peden (V), 1 The show, with I CLUB
by defeating KMI Hyman (KMI), Cockrill (KMI), Sarasota chapter of
Charlene Rule 79 took top 771,4-45'4, in a dual meet at T-10 8.Mile. 'y tt Assn of University : Y. GREEN S30
honors in the Class A. 18-hole Ihrig Field in Sarasota I l r u n- Glassmeyer r assisting opened I I ()
Minion of the low net tourney Bruce MacDonald and Paul EMI( ) Thompson (V), MaurerV ception yesterday : ': t Off Bee Ridge Rd
Wednesday at Lake Venice Peden each captured a pair of ( ). T-4:52.8.: p.m. at the hospital of Sarasota
Golf Club She also had a 96 first places and Bob Harrison 880-yard relay (Tie) Ven- Patients are ......
for the low gross score of the garnered a first and tied for ice and KMI T-1:39.3. Mrs C. Victor -'
another for Venice.MacDonald 440-yard dash Weaver 1), ..... :
day in the regular weekly .. !
event of the Lake Venice Worn led the field in (KMI), Rezek (V). Henriques f"e ear .
en's Golf Awn the shot put with a heave of (V). T-58.1SCO VENICEPARADE
Tied for second place in 48 ft 8 in. and won the discus -yard run Krueger (V), SEE THE 1964

Class A were June Johnson with a throw of 135 ft. Peden McCray (KMI), Simmons I mk
and Dulcie Wright with 81's copped both the 100 and 220- (IKMp.) T-2:12 8, +
4 Mary Veach captured Class B yard dashes and Harrison took Low hurdles Boone (V), HOMES
laurels with a 76, while Jua the pole vault and tied with I Harper (V), Jochim (KMI), T OF
nita Seall was runnerup with Nelson of KMI and Charlie -23.1.
78 Hodges of Venice in the high Sprint medley relay-Venice -
In the nine-hole division jump. I Boone, MacDonald Pease and
Thursday's results: 'Pitts). T-2:14.
Bobby Caldwell came in first
High hurdles Pitts (V). i 220-yard dash Peden (V),
in Class A with a 38 Bea Stew.
art and Irene Bryant tied for Miller (KMI), Henne (V), T- i
E'wood WWI Auxiliary
second place with 39's. In 24.4.Mile
Plans for a covered dish relay KMI T-3:50.7,
Class B. Florence Beatty and
luncheon on March 18 will be Shot put MacDonald (V), ,
:Ruth Johnson first and
were made at the meeting( Wednesday Hodges (V), Bradford (V), D Ad
I withscores i
second respectively,
at 2 p m of the Ladies -43 ft 8 In. r
of 41 and 43 6
Auxiliary to Englewood Bar I Discus MacDonald (V), 1119 Southern
Anna Yarger was the winnerin racks 2744 at the North Orange i Hodges (V), Youngberg (V). D
Class C with a 41. Neah
Street recreation center. -135 ft.Broad. Belle
Handley came in second with The luncheon to be held at Jump.-Cockrill (KMI),

a 42. noon, will be at the American Miller (KMI), Morrison (KMI),
Consolation honors for February Legion Hall and will be for D-20 ft. 2 in.
went to Juanita Seall both veterans and auxiliary
High jump (Tie) HarrisonV .
-- -
and Bobby Caldwell. members ( ), Nelson (KMI) Hodges The The
(V). H-5ft 7 in WINNER OF THE high hurdle event in the dual track meet The
Pole vault Harrison (V), Thursday between Venice and KMI was C E Pitts Jr, shown MaisonI Martini
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Green (V), Nelson (KMI). H- here clearing one of the obstacles during a practice session '
11 ft. 6 in. last week. (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf I Malibu Bleu qua

TRADITIONAL Harrison Lagenaur Named To White Sands a ti to r

Let us style your favorite vase ,
or ceramic Into beautiful lamps The \

Rtwi All);ing Lamp Ktpam Restyling All Conference Basketball Team For 63-64 Cardinal |B3The

Work by EnperUneed Designer and Senior guard Bob Harrisonwas Representing KMI on the during the year, which ended 'Y Starfire
Craftsmen the lone member of the All Conference team is junior last week with tournament "
Venice High School basketball guard Roy Lagenaur, Both play II Models
THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. team to make the White Sands Lagenaur and Harrison aver
All Conference 10-man squad aged nearly IS points per game Conference champion River-
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA which was announced Fridayby view placed Mike Fetzek Jim
league officials. Hansen and Greg Gilliland on

It was the LegalIN the "dream" teem, while run-
fs65eEalasttae6s-":-* *x m ,MSB- inmimsjwnw an fourth award rereived Palmetto
nerup was represented -

Beautiful Trees Are Very Valuable Give Them the Care a risen during by liar the THB: rouNTY JtDrPS COI'RT by T J, Carter and Bill OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT

t.. IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. Tillett Making it from South-
Cherished Possession Deserves! 1883-64 school FLORIDA, IN I'BOBATE!:
,,"'" Following IN ilK ESTATE OP" east were Steve Summer and
Call ATCHLEY TREE SERVICE t'g.,;, son ton,football was"P'" BETTY,roes I oil FEINSOD.r"h.le, HI No. 7471 D.1. O..JUoy,. J.ll 1111'0" wu EAST GATE ON E. VENICE AVE.

j eleto VOTICB TO CREDITORS selected from Sarasota to com-

6 Yean In Sarasota Licensed and Insured Conference theAll TO HAVING ALL CREDITORS LAIMS OR AND DfcMANbg PFRSONS: plete the team. ,"." L :::::!:!

nil is s truly profession service Mr. Atchley understandstree Harrison All-State teams You ..rhereby MllfM .nd nqulmlla .
surgery cabling, bracing moving, feeding root rejuvenation I,1e.any l.in or demand. which you
coq h v* uiliut th. E UI* of BETTY
and demotiinq he'i expert at trimming topping tree 1/JU FEINHOU Dc,u<4. late of
end stump removal a complete tree service maintenanceby Hon 1,1ta JOHN County T.Florid GRAHAM III the oWre Saruoui of

contract. W f.t,"..ob"'S.. County H..... at Judr 8.".*.....In... Florida th* County, within Court.!.innl.nd.r
maths from ti. dnu W too
Today, not some other tune, if the time to give thought to 'j ,: s.cirAs. funs publlnUon of this Nolle.
E.fh shim demand Blunt b In
the' preservation of your precious trees If you are so fortunateto or *
writing and In duplicate I eball OUMtho
own even one tree, think of the beauty and protection It .'Y reph plea of rnld.no sod poet offic" *

offers you. It tales many years to grow a fine tree, it It priceless nU addma attorney of tb.! hall Clamant bo aoeompanlvd, hi. unt. or bra No guessing

its loss will mate a difference in the value of your property. cn. $1.It, flllna- (-. and any .uch claim
or demand not *o hid. ahall bo Told.
For complete landscaping service, for licensed and insured amount The flit or,, claim to' nay and b da* ,ra addtd form to mar the.

tree service for cheerfully given free estimates stop 'In' :SERViSOFT4SM4SI! b* obtaiood. toes the County Judgeoffice. about the

.t 1156 32nd St., Sarasota, or call 3552530, if no ant. Call I' ALADAR R. rriNson. jn.a ..

355-4198 _, .1 ..>..Administrator of Bttr Lou for Foliuod th* U.,
..._..1 _""' ""' ...... _.. < ..1 Doe....... best bookin
A"-I 1I1.lr and Dan
Attorn. a' Lee.
SIT Na..an Stret-
P. O ii... 1(71. thislibrary
Vmlc. Florida.Fublkhl .
Your Ford Dealer Mar I, 16, IS. 10. 1M4. L

Bill Phillips Ford Th >ndr>iinod do h......' certify
that thy anndurtln.. an AdonnV.tnlins
builneu V.nlc. .
at Airport .nd. -
.. th* flctltiooa nan of Venice Aircraft
Palntlnf Co., and
that std firm
I 10 ...._ of the followin peraonawbOM
moor and pi..,.. of naldene ar
DARES 10COMPARE a* follow!
Inland C. Jmklni. Box 14W 9.& No.
5. N.kanbDevi ,
'. L. Wdon,. Jkc eta Nokrnh.
Jeer.. I. All.., IT, 624-A N. Tai.'-
(laml' Trail Venice.Ownenblp .
of Venice Aircraft. Flint-
Ins Co., to a* followal l
: Leland C. Jenklni. 18'H per oat
David L. Wlln.n, Sal pr ant
Jaiper I. Alien, J.. Il>4 per cent D
It b our Intention to apply to th*
nrk of the Circuit Court In and for ssi
Saraiota County. Florida,
to revfeterh
-to > laid name Venle Aircraft P.iiulhr i
Ford Chevy Co. 5,4w th* provlilon of Chapter i t
vs. 209.. Lars a' Flold., Aote 0' Tsai
Wltn. ere banda tbla .th Oat. of n
Mandy 1561
ourshowroom ....hH.h I Mar I. 11, tl, It, 1M4. \

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Chevy builds a fine car but Ford is -Ir

better. One example Ford Is stronger, MARCH IO

heavier 354 I!
sturdier, by pounds

Inspect a Ford Galaxie and a Chevy Kiwanis ClubELEMENTARY

side by side in our showroom. Got
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II9'!, the facts. Judge for yourself1BILL !!! SCHOOL GROUNDS

I CI E It'i a Sarasota Federal i"91 passboolt-and the only thing I better, tl having two

BEiO Sarasota Federal savings passbooks or at many ai you wish for whatever reasons you
i I :
G1 :} choose. A vacation trip to Europe, a down payment on a home, a new sports car, a

college education all tale money and the best place to find that money It your Sara

sofa Federal savings account. Start one soon! Savings In by March 10, earn from
fun for The family

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