Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00180
 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 12, 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: UF00079934:00180
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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



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SOUTH 40' COURTHOUSE FACILITY looks 1m pre.- ty Commissioners Boyd- -Gernhart and Fred HaIgh will

in this rendering by Sarasota architect Ralph Erickson. the progress on the proposed new facility at their I
Irw\ i new South County branch courthouse will be constructed monthly visit in the South County from 9 to 12 p.m. I
tract in South Venice, fronting on U. S. 41 Coun-

empers Rise Over

Road Issue; Council r l

Stands SteadfastBy 1LESLIE << I

Tempers flared briefly in an exchange SAM between DILLON Mayor Smyth D. Brohard and members of I

I1)Council') at Tuesday night's session over the disputed paving of the section of East Venice

I,nut' now under construction to East Gate.

altar Brohtrd castigated the I *- I '

|.IIIillOl'( rescinding, at an mlBil council In refusing to authorize I the West Coast Inland Navtga \
I Tuesday afternoon agen- hard.surfacing of the road' tion District asking to what extent I I II
meting, hit orders to City against Youngberg'a recommendation the city wished to par-
.,nag,i"", Director Paul A. The council, on a icipate in the lowering of wa- .3 I
", berg to proceed inwnedit motion by Anderson, formally ter and sewer mains at the
I I ioth hard-surfacing of the directed that the paving be canal crossing on West Venice
ehom!( the Venice ByWaymk held up until, in Youngberg'aopinion Avenue, the council directed
1964 Parade of Homes. the road is in shape Youngberg to inform the :
WCIND that the city wants to
for surfacing
> read a oflattr
mayor copy
take part in preliminary planning .
Airspace Zoning
which he said was auIraed I
The city also took the first and have final approvalof
it an informal meet-
: A council last October, step toward inaugurating airspace the workYoungberg.
TOttmf the city to pave zoning in the vicinity of also was directed f tiF .y
I md in approximately 90 the Municipal Airport by authorizing to attempt to resolve by
letter a request from the State
1- a resolution for crea-
Concerned tion of a Joint city-county zoning Road Department that the city .
board for consideration by take over responsibility for relocation -
.-oharf declared he had the county commission. 1 of utilities at the south
corned for some time about bridge over the proposed canal
Youngberg outlined the steps
-1 I'ty making committments which must be taken to establish where it will cross U. S. 41 2)N
!informal And he
airport zoning He said Not Intended"I I
ler staled he wanted the
Mil to take an official stand such action would require a don't think it was the Intent .
!ht J matter "I want off the five-member joint board appointed of the four-way agreement
.i t,' he asserted by the council and the for the city to bear any 2)r

'J' this point, the mayor was county commission, a zoning of this expense," said MayorBrohord.
commission of three or more The council, in other
sin task by Councilman I LESTER PIERSON I
I pi*! Anderson who avowed members to conduct a prelim.. action: I
inary study and make recommendations
official action had been eAdopted on second and third I
and a five-man reading Ordinance 375 settinga
It t the informal discus I
zoning board of adjustment F'a
i meetings since he had new water rate schedule 'ia
'I1 member of the council. Advisors Named based on the size of meters I

Person went on to ask the Appointment of a three-man serving the user.eAuthorized .
'I) status of the informal police and fire advisory com: the signing ofa
lungs and was told they are mittee was announced by Mayor three-year lease at $108 per
"IIl>ble as long as no ac- Brohard. Named to the committee month with Venice Aircraft e ,
1 II taken Mayor Brohard were H. H. Britton Sr, Painting Service for the rentalof + x P
1 he felt the informal dis H. N. (Bud) Wimmers and five bays in the east nose .ap
eau were necessary and Ross Wrigley hangar at the Venice Airport.
:tut and '
win favor of them. two matters relating to the re Smith as a sewer department

Then Absent location of public and private employe at a starting salary
:hem l why don't you come utilities In conjunction with the of $3,470 to replace Kenneth
able If" you feel they're so proposed inland waterwayroute Henne who has resigned and
I queried Anderson. through Venice, boosted the salary of Eugene
apparently was a refer letter from Komarmtzki, another sewer !
"e to Brohard In response to a
a department employe, from
i last
two weekly aes- $3.470 to $3.822. ;

'lid f Heard reports from Councilwoman -
1'\> Council Raymond President, "We didn't E. S. The Circus j Blanche Cell! on
drinking fountains being installed
whit you were doing, and MISS CHARLIE .\
J"Pparently Is Coming at the city beach, base
didn't know II
.." w t were doing" ball park and Civic Center and
I "
of welcome Three
on completion a
Uncilrnan I
Anderson de- (See Story, Pate 12)) :
dO he position taken by ...- A s sign at the south city limits. County


Three more
in the running for
/ fices in the March

isitors Glow In 2-Way Warmthphrases seeking tax Miss)collector Charlie re-election Lester as I

u"* the friendliness of its accent, "that the people here they were scheduled to board same job.Leslie .
'de pie .end temperature, don't want to fool anybody"' the Seaboard Air Line train for C. Miller of

'k big 'Impression laat Both Mr and Mrs. HiUdmg Venice. has announced as a

,,Jnlth elxchangeestudent are multl-lingual, speaking Instead, they boarded a 1 for the district 3 post
English remarkably well. Besides Trailways bus, thinking it county commission
r"reta r. Hlljding. their native Swedish, would be a train because of cated by Commissioner ( )

'OI\ounctd\ llId Mrs. Sti, HJjding both also speak French and the similarity in the English' Halgh
dl Hilding), who German words "trail" and "rail." I
: a flying from their MILLERLeslie
lit SWeden to triP be with their! Main language The Hiljdings, who entertained C Miller of '
''Chler American student
date, found during the Lenten English, in fact, Is the prin. an in their home exchange last sum Key has announced as (
New York City clpal foreign language now publican candidate for
10 feel their daughter,
mer, lucky
very from taught in the Swedish schools, trict 3 seat on the
assigned to
kholnt-onJY biggest where years ago it was French Venice Margareta High was School where she County Commission
tv < and German, according to the In announcing his
'* ndthegtradition Is a senior. The popular 17- Miller said his interest in
Hiljdings is
I Indifferent year-old exchange ty government has been
11 New Yorker The only difficulty the slated to return to her native onstrated his
ahurties by
to about paying strict Hiljdings encountered with the Sweden In July, virtually every Important
d own business which is
tithe hospitality of the close. English language The foreign exchange pro- mission meeting over
bendy community of difficult tor non-English speaking gram is sponsored locally by two and one half
'me, peoples because of Hi many the Venice-Nokomis Rotary added this was because ,

'theve great feelina.-." said similar sounding words and Club (Continued on page ) ( ) t '

t t It Jt i1t Subscription Contest Names On Page, Two tt. 2fc Jfc Jfc it j it;


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I Uncle Bruce Visit Only 21 Contestants Start I Obituaries (Continued THREE from SEEKING page 1)) (Continued FRIENDS from p,,, U

With Votes On $30 ClubsBelow for S-: MILLERdesire broad educational go.]. *'
Set For SaturdayTelevision IIARRY N. HESSER Dentistry, Cleveland, people of tens county ill
Harry N. Hesaer, 58, of Mad. years to Improve his understanding that they y Consider ?
I Is list of
a the men and women who have officially Mr'Bliehall was a charter In the formation J?
leon Wis. died Monday at everincrea.ingnumber
of the of
exi'ensively entered as contestants In The GONDOLIEft's $4,500 Subscription member of University Heights lit
star Uncle Bruce, ively, and traveled Sarasota Memorial Hospital. of economic problems polIcy
a popular favorite with youngsters as an evangelist for a year before Contest. He way vacationing at Gulf (Ohio) )Lodge 738 F&AM, and confronting Sarasota County. e To become familll
within the viewing to Tampa in 1961.! Sixty-two entered, but 20 of them Immediately withdrew the Order for the White Shrineof t
range coming Side Motel, Casey Key and had Miller said a mild interestwas the objectives and
of WFLA-TV, Channel 8, will He was pastor at the Canby upon hearing that others had entered or might enter, leaving been here two days when he Jerusalem of Cleveland. intensified aa time wenton the BPI and the PDlIel"
42 In the list ,
below. his widow, adminJit;
be here Saturday for two church during his final year was Injured in an automobile Survivors Include and he decided his lifetime \.
Through Tuesday, only 20 of the entrants had gotten started Mrs Gertrude E. Bliehall; a tiOle
shows at Venice Shopping Center at the Bible College accident ten days, in business, public To
In the with of experience seek to
at and race on $30 worth of inscriptions or son, Dr. Donald F. Bliehall dislle111h1t
3pm. He is member of West Mr. Hcaser was a salesman relations, development of various facts and Informati
a more, nine had one to four subscriptions on their first $30 Cleveland a daughter, Mrs fl'Olll
Sponsored by the center'sMerchants' Shore Christian Church i In club, leaving 12 who had been credited with the 5,000 entry for Visual Education Corp., John Mangold; of Enclnitas, kinds of manufacturing BPI, administration and t
Association, the Tampa and serves frequentlyas votes or some 500 free vote coupons. Madison. Calif. grandchild and one project, airports, subdivisions, personnel "In an effort el.
one 10
youthful ventriloquist win i a supply pastor or guest A $30 club of subscriptions is composed of any combination He 18 survived by three great-grandchild.; and the like, could be of valu- mate the rumors that
bring along his too colleagues, speaker at churches in the of $5, $10 or $14 subscription amounting to $30 worth. daughters, Mrs. Judith Me- Services were conducted able use to the county govern 51st:' now p
Little Mike and Mra. Susan Tucker and This, he added, colmi-)
the Null
\ Barney ment.
I Tampa Bay area Each club yields between 335,000 and 535,000 votes.THE at Rawles Funeral e To attempt,
MOnday with] .
all of decision to put the '
4' v clown, for appearance at 2 and Miss Rebecca Hesaer, nated in his
I VOTE STANDING, the leaders will be The Rev. Donls D. and the admini V
showing ,
6 pm. Uncle Bruce began his television Burlington, Iowa, and four Chapel by his experience to work for the tral1on.
published next week. Contestants win will not St. Mark's tablish a channel H
Uncle Bruce born career soon after his arrival who want to grandchildren Patterson, pastor of community.He whereby
wait to see how they stand but will make effort to and Masonic and criticisms "in
in Tampa. First came th"Kid's an get as Episcopal Church
In Des Moines, Iowa, Services will be held in and his wife, Ann, have order tl
many votes as possible to be leaders F&AM. Burial an atmosphere of
I II" graduated from Minnesota Bible Club" on Sundayat Waterloo, Iowa. Rawles Funeral Lodge 301 and objecu, ,
This list merely shows who has become active. All entrants In Gulf Pine Memorial three grown sons may be maintained
9 a.m., followed by the "Un was bye
Bible College, in Home was In charge lived In "
Minneapolis, daughter, and have cerncd." >
cle Bruce Show" who do not become active THIS WEEK will be dropped Park.
in 1954, an ordained minister.He Saturday local arrangements.MRS. since 1954.
Sarasota County
served churches In mornings at 9 a.m. from the list No one has a start that could not be easily over- -
Can. come In a short time by even a new entrant. Just watch this
by Minn., and Liscomb, Iowa, The Rebel Quartet will be at list narrow down to the few who have the Initiative and courage CHARLOTTE PENNY HENRY BASIL WlLLSEY WATER I
for five and two years respect. the_shopping center March 20th to start a real campaign! to win. Mr*. Charlotte M. Penny, 78, Henry Basil WUlaev. 68, of 50 PIERSON GOING
YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WILL HELP YOUR of 10,001 S. Tamlaml Trail, Stratford Road Englewood (Continued from Pare j
FAVORITE: GET A WINNING START did Sunday at Venice Hospital died Tuesday at his home. Lester Pieraon. a deputy U,
Names, alphabetically Votes Issued e. He was born in Chicago and county tax assessor in the no"calcium or marneliUIII
Mr. Evelyn M. Acheaon, Rt. I, Box 1ST, She bad been a winter rlsltor later lived in Flint Mich., Sarasota County Tax Asses- It. And he went on to 111
REALTYVIEWS Nokomis ,,,. .. ... 5.000 entry in the area from Martins- from which city he moved to sor's Office, has announced his that water for household
::4 "i Mrs Ralph M.: Adrian; Box 284>Venice i .:.More than 1 club I yule N. J. for four years She Englewood six week ago. A candidacy for( the Republican usually Is considered colt, ,
Mrs. James Altman, 938 Groveland, Venice More than 1 club VM a native of Marlborough tool and die maker, he was re- nomination for Sarasota Coun- has less than about j.|,
Mri. Shirley Aoki, 408 S. Nokomis, Venice 1,000 entry N. J.She. tired in 1963 from Chevrolet ty Tax Collector, subject to the hardness, but that It eq .
Mrs Lucille C. Bates, Rt. 2, Box 1908 I_ survived by a ion, Division of General Motor In Republican Primary. be troublesome.

f Venice ... .. ...... ... ...... ........ 5,000 entry Curtis Penny. Flint.' Pieraon said his 11 years' Mayor Smyth D. B ,
r Mrs. James E. Blades, Box 738, NokomiMore than 1 club>> Services were held Friday laBoundbrook )(1'. WiTlsey was a memberof experience in Sarasota as a said Russell 4, Axon Z
Donald S. Beading, P33 Dawn St., Venice .More than 1 club N. J., with interment St. Paul Lutheran Church in licensed alb estate appraiser, and consulting engineer!<,:r
er hand, can raise a family Mrs. James W. Cobb, Box 800, Nokomis .. 5,000 entry in Pluckemin: (N. J.) Flint. broker. and also his new plant, estimate thin t
with no fear of losing the George W. Egglefleld, Box 7S9, Nokomis 2 subscriptionsMrs. Cemetery. Survivor include his widow, experience as staff appraiser l present 33-grain htrdnn. .
roof over their head. Ann Ford, Box 87, Venice . .. . 5,000 entry Rswles Funeral Rome was Mrs. Viola G. Willsey; a eon, with the Tax Assessor's Office city water will l. reduced|
by CHIPS JOHNSON Get Into a home of your Mrs. Thomas Gardner, 434 Hickory In charge of local arrange Capt. Dean B. Willsey, USA, of has gained him a wide knowl about one-half. "We're sop

own. You'll be free from the Rd., Venice .. . . . .. ... 5,000 entry ments. Orleans France; a daughter, edge of Saraaota County.He tint in a full treatment pi
"Years ago used restraints Imposed by land- Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Bx 3040, Nokomis More than 1 club Mr*. Nancy Dornfeld of India. said he would bring new at this time" said Bri
to go to the doctor to tee lords. And you'll be Mrs. J. A. Hightower, 529 RivieraSt. EMIL JAMES BUJ:HALL napolia; a sister, Mrs. Alta ideas. to the operation of the "because it would not be ,

if" the could have children ed how home lurprit- ., Venice . . . . ... ... 1 subscription Emil James Bllehall, 79, of Nichols M Flint, and two Tax Collector's Office, net up nomically feasible for us"
Today the must 90 to the eaiily a can Mrs Donald W. Houcke, Rt. 2, Belvedere Drive, Englewood, grandchildren. modern control and audit systems City Planning Director
landlord." be financed Come in and Box 1110-A, Nokomis .. ., ... ., .., 5,000 entry died Friday at Venice Hospital. Funeral services and Interment for increased efficiency, A. Youngberg said UN pi,
If you have been renting, talk it over.CHIPS Mrs. Antoinette S. Jones, He was a native of Cleveland, I will be held in Flint. and pledges to give full consideration plant will reduce the t

you know there is a lot of' 401 Orlando, Venice .. ... .. .. .. 5,000 entry Ohio, and came here from that Rawles Funeral Home, Englewood to all tax payers' prob- per-gallon of hardness to tat lot
truth in, what he No JOHNSON Mrs. Charles W. Jones, Box 313, Osprey. 5,000 entry city in 1957. He was directorof was in charge of local ems, to co-operate with all where between 10 and
doubt says Eugene Kralik, 745 Laurel Ave., Venice. .. 3 subscriptions Ohio School of Mechanical arrangements.CONTESTANTS Ermine- and to co-ordinate to grains
learned of
you've attractive REALTOR
& INSUROR Mrs A. Krause, 628 W. Ven. Ave., Venice 5,000 entry he utmost wi1.hall county of-
rentals only to fine ---"
Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune I fices.
a sign; "No children." Or 306 W. Venice Ave Di. Englewood, More than 1 club I Plerson his Bachelor ALLEN

perhaps have rented a place Branch Real Estate Office Mrs. John; Kruse. Rt.: 2, Box 'S'52: Venice i '-More than; ; 1 clubP. : I (Continued from page 1)) pie will know which contestants of Science received Degree in- Convalescent and

and been forced to move KENT MOTEL H. Maurer, Box 399, Casey Key, Nokomis 1 subscrlptior listed aa contestants today will have It within them to Suainess Administration from
11 when the baby was born. Mrs Marjorie Maurice, Box 357, Nokomis More than 1 awb not get started or be in the participate In a fair eompeti- Northwestern University.I I Nursing Horn
Home owners, en the eth- Phone 488-227 Mrs Leone E. McKibbon, 311 E. race at the finish. lion where self-confidence! ambition Evanston, Illinois and attended 24 Hour Hurting Seat/1

. . . Phone Venire
advertisement Stafford, Venice 2 suhsrnptionsMrs. Several of the entrants who energy and ability determines the University of Florida at 4JSJ7HJ
".. ,,- r p- p- Clenys R. Morton Gulf St, Venice .More than 1 club have started with a $30 clubor the winners, and will Gainesville, Florida. ear PONCSt OS LION ant
Mrs. Kenneth. Norwood Box 235, Nokomls .Mor. than 1 club more of subscriptions may hack them with their 500 free P"-
Mrs Margaret Paul, Municipal have seen all of their friends vote coupons and
Trailer Park, Venice . .. .. More than 1 club end relatives and think that Enjoy WOLFER MOTORS, Inc.
Mrs. Mildred M. Pederson, Rt. 1. there is not anyone elae left to Contestants SUb8crIPtion"j RAMBLER DODGE
Box 230, Venice . . . . ... More than 1 club give subscriptions or vote the I the courage to liS S. Tamiami Trail a.396S-488.4I5C
Mrs. Edith Peterson, 375 E. Safford coupons out of their copies of Ing are enjoying
FREEDOM Terrace, Venice . . . ... .... 5,000 entry The GONDOLIER.Some mensely. SPECIALIST IN. .
of the Several of them that they
Rd., Venice . .. . .. .. .. .... 2 subscriptionsMrs. entrants may Bay excitementand Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
lack the to having lots of
start are
OF courage gathering -
.p W. F Pool Gulf Drive, Venice . 5,000 entry votes and others may more fun than a circus. Front End Alignment Oil Change
I Mrs. R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamlaml would Front End Overhaul .
lack the determination Whet some feared Adjust Headlights Bum
', CHOICE Trail, Venice .. . . ... .. .. . More than I club it to fight has turned Wheel .
through to the finish.If task and burden Balancing Electrical Repairs
Mrs. Ruby Robinett, Laurel .. .. . 5,000 entry have adventure with
you been considering Into a jolly S Engine Overhaul Any Automatic: or Send
Mrs. Aimed Sanborn Tarpon Ctr. Venice More than 1 club
entering this contest, come to alluring awards and extra Radio
0As Mrs Mary Scaglione, Box 1616, Venice .More than 1 club The GONDOLIER office and do money so easily earned that it Repairs and Transmission KapiirAireonditioninq
Mrs. Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress Ave., it today before It is too late. seems too good to be true. Repairs and InstallationYOU
Venice ... . .. .. . .. .. .. . 3 subscriptions See your own friends and you Delay In starting a real cam-
the result of 13 of I.ithlulservTc. Mrs Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress will be on even terms with paign now will be costly In
years to the peopleof Ave., Venice .. . .. .. . . ... .More than I club others who are entered. deed. The present vote offer
this have served now
area we many families several I times Mrs. Polly Taylor, Rt. I, Albee Rd., CAN SAVE WAYS
New entries are still being is the largest of the entire contest 3
We have never disappointed those families who have Nokomis .. . .. . ... . .. . . .More than 1 club accepted. With so few active I At no other time will a
sought our help. tfrs. Dorothy Thompson, Box 703, Nokomis 1 club participant, there may not be contestant's efforts be so richly On Auto Insurance
Mrs. Joyce Toole, Box 935, Venice . . .More than 1 club enough in at the finish to take I rewarded In both votes and I. NEW LOW RATES
Roger Totten, Rt. 1, Box 345, Venice. .... 3 subscriptions the prizes offered. : money.It 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
RAWLES\ Urs. A C. Traver, 204 Bayshore More than two-thirds of the is possible now to securea 3.
Dr., Venice . .. . .. . .. More than 1 club people who enter a contest of huge vote total and pave the LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
Mrs. Viola Wood, 342 Matara Ct., North this kind lack the courage to war to final success.
FUNERAL HOME Port Charlotte, Venice .. . More than 1 club start out to win. Many do nothave The first period vote offers f9AGENCVL.
"QUITTERS NEVER WIN, WINNERS NEVER QUIT" enough confidence In I are the largest of the entire -
225 W. Miami Ave 4S8-476I Can you pick the quitters Can you pick the ones who will their own ability. to start and contest. Contestants who take
start campaigning determined to win? You can help these fi Wt through to the finish I full advantage of them will get
contestants get a winning start with your subscriptions and contest entrants become : credited with the winning votes 11
Oxygen Theropy Service votes. To give every contestant an opportunity to get in the discouraged after the while others offer alibis, reasons

24 Hour Ambulant Service; running, no vote standing will be published until next week. first flash of enthusiasm wean and excuses for being unable .
The race is just starting. This is YOUR OPPORTUNITY It's off or la "brushed off" by some to do anything until lateron
up to you to take advantage of it.Plymouth's idle talk or false rumor that during the drive.
gets into circulation" The time for real, productive
The men and women now en effort Is now here. It's fun to
tered as contestants either talk with friends and
are your acquaintances
Antique ShowAn known or will make them. about taking their 9okQf g 9Joma
selvea known through their own community newspaper, f
own effort knowing that your efforts will
antique show and sale, Contest entrant who show be rewarded and that you give 265 Nokomis Are. Venice
sponsored by Loveland School enough Interest to ask for free each person who takes the
vote coupon and subscriptionswill paper full value. At the same
for Retarded Children will
low find that they have many time, your friends will be
j price continue through tomorrow at friends who will support them. proud that you are performing
I Gulf Breeze Hotel The ones who fail to show a community service by getting
enough Interest to start cam.palnlnl more people Interested In
is classic understatement. The show opened last night will "fall out" of the community affairs when they 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2$$
a with a reception. Hours are race, and will not get the good become regular readers of The

from i to 10 p.m. wishes or support of anyone. GONDOLIER.At THE LOVE OF GOD (Rom. 8:38-39): )
Within the next week the peo- the low aubacrtnilnn rate

--""';'" -'- -- IN I of $S.00 rny.rht; copies Paul contemplated a great truth in Roman J.I-2.l flj
of the paper each week in Romans 1:35: he asked, "Who shall separate us from, **
costs less than five cents each.There's love *f Christ?" In these two verses we find the client" sl
E L. no one who fail
to get that much enjoymentand hit answer. Here we find there Is nothing to fear, IneW: l"
entertainment out of each troubles both natural and cosmic In Christ we soe po"""'*

BASE AVE L VENICE PH. 4KS-I7U issue There's no one who can't Justice, mercy, but beyond these, In Him we sea love 'II
have a hundred times the cost the dominant characteristic of God. In that love wt 1ft
of the paper by shopping the secure. God's love will never change. God himself Is I I*-
ads each week.

I CONDITIONING I I I SPECIALISTS' I The first Votes drop to in Drop votes Issued Onf Service Are Available/ To All /Regardless/

rM'I' t for $30 clubs of subscriptionswill Financial; ; CircumttaneMII
c be Friday, March 20, at 9p.m.
f'I. ....i h ladlm asS FlaIl_
: After the date each $30
I. PAAae worth of subscriptions will I -
When you air condition, your best yield 25,000 fewer votes each

FS T ; b investment Ie one that's custom- week for three weeks.

1,1 1,1I engineered using the finest equip The first group of 500 FREE
mat Whatever your requirements VOTE COUPONS must be voted COMPLETERADIATOR
on or before Friday, March
are, that's the kind of installation 20. After this date these cou-

you can count on from no. pons will yield only 400 votes. SERVICEAT
I, Contestants who want to win
I We have the qualification to do will take full advantage of
Talk! about value-and you willprice that will amaze you. And any job right. We have the experi these high vote offer and get

the only thing equal to Plymouth's Plymouth invites comparison. You'll race and engineering skill to plan every subscription and free VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR

low price la Plymouth's classic good probably find that, car for car, model it right We use Carrier, the finest vote to get.coupon that it's possible 313 TAMPA AVE.

looks 1 It's a rare combination. for model, feature for feature, you and widest line of air conditioning If you are going to enter as

'9! one of the most handsome cars on won't get BO much car (for so little- & 4:4v: ? equipment in the world. And we a contestant, DO IT NOW.

j the road at a kind-to-the-pocket anywhere! So go( see your dealer now! have the highly trained personnel 501 OFFOn

1 to install it right.

1 In short, were air conditioning Help Wanted I

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( PEOPLE REP. JAMES A. IIALEY On the surface, that sounds
never know what the ringing of this telephoneon ii( By fine. But the truth is that the

our news desk will mean. Sometimes we'd be lust Y I hope that none of you are real purpose of this bill U to
SPEAK being milled by the barrage recoup $312 million of the
as happy if we had Ignored It-and other times it is funds
of propaganda emanating from The Congress refused to
a real pleasure) and denouncing last IB.
Spenders propriate for
the Big year the fon.
i-:;: w .
the House for its wise decision eign aid program, and, to
There's something special about such things as s To The Editor: who voluntarily sought to fill to reject a bill to increase insult to injury, put this add amount .

birth announcements engagements and stories that the need of a library here for United States participation where It can be
The members of the Venice- with voluntary In the International Development with no scintilla of
tell us of the achievements of the folks in Springfield many years congres.sional .
Nokomis Woman's Club and labor and contributionsT'Where Assn to the tune of control and little
For In.tanre-we know without asking when the committee for the "Coun- of the exf'CQ.tive
are the names $312 million, control. Moreover, it Is
a grandparent calls us about the first grandchild) try Store" project are most appreciative .- Anita Rlneharts, the Gretchrn And more than that, I hope extension of the evil of "back.tn

Usually in a very dignified voice they give us the of the splendid pictures Hunters, the Mary Lou Rse- that my colleagues in the door spending"
and the excellent cover- burns the Leah Bethels the The further truth
deluded by is
House are not being that
details, but we know from experience they would no
age your paper !Rave! to pub Mrs. Baggs, etc.TOn this propaganda barrage to the one really expects the loans
?4 like to shout the news from the rooftop rather than DAVE'S DIATRIBEBy licize the affair. Thank you this slate, I do not see a extent that proponents of this made by IDA ever will be ful.

wait for a weekly newspaper to tell this community We are indeed happy that so single representative from the bill will be able to get it backon ly repaid, and even if they are
DUFFY LEWIS attended the "Country Venice Area College!! Club, wanglethe certainly
about the new arrival! many the floor and then they would not bt
r Good can be said of people with other backgrounds, thoughis Store" and seemed to appreciate which spearheaded the drive votes to get enough votesto made on what any banker

tome so humbly introduce their calls by sayIng is much easier customarily to find fault. There is the language and enjoy the country store for a city-owned library. pass it, would think was busmess-lik
atmosphere the costumes and On this slate, I do not see a is terms. They would
truth is that this a bear
barrier to cross Some day we may even cross that, now The no In-
"I kon't know if this is not but .
news or ,
k that we have broken the sound barrier. Yet a hydrogen bomb the things we had for sale. representative of the City deceitful bill. And what the propagandists terest only a fir., of 1 per ant

and then go on to tell us about an award, scholarship presently seems easier to build than good will Ills encouraging HELEN V. STEVENSON Council, are saying in their annual carrying charge No

or promotion. Of course this is news-what to find a drop of the latter in word from a friend who is On this slate I do not see a. efforts to revive it also is de. payments on principal would
Chairman, Ways and representative from The Junior be required in the
in downtown Miami, ceitful, first 10
makes residents happy and proud should be shared living
presently called "Little Ha refused to teach me any of the Means Committee Section of the Woman'sClub The argument for the bill Is years, only 1 per cent per year

with friends and neighbors, and a hometown newspaper vana": Gypsy language except that that it will enable this countryto for the next 10, and only 3 percent
is the place to let it be known. "The Cuban people surprised they refer to it and to themselves To The Editor On this slate I do not see a share with 17 other nations per year for the remain

me. They are very refined, and as Homanchl, and regard I was very much Impressedby representative from our local in good financial shape (I hope ing 30 of the 50-year life.
We are grateful for the many telephone calls and cultured. The teenagers speak both as of Latin origin. the names of those nominated schools elementary, junioror they are In better shape than And, finally, if the loans ever

c letters we receive regarding editorials, features and beautiful English The girls "She said that in certain situations for the Board of Directors senior high schools we are) the burden of provid- were repaid on that schedule,
working in the stores are pretty a knowledge of the language by the Friends of The Library Obviously, one cannot include ing financial aid to some 80- it would not do the taxpayer or
special items, and thank the folks who take the time all the fine and descrying
might be dangerous "have-not" underdeveloped the treasury
neat and polite. of the Venice Area odd or any good The
to tell us We're not offended one bit by criticism Out ethnic troubles spring since the betrayal of even a At the same time, however, people on any one slate, nations, and that this aid money would be repaid to IDA,

either-only by experience in this business does one from the fact that we forget partial knowledge might be I was shocked at the omissionof but those mentioned above, because will be in the form of business which would keep It for more
mistaken for the complete ability of their loyalty and dedication rather than "business-like" loans
like loans grants
and what conglomerate race we the names of those who
teach success, we want to know the reaction of a should definitely be on
to understand a conversation not included in this slate
U. S. citizens are. We were were
readers be it the board of directors of The
our good or bad. that was not meant to -
cemented from With the of Mrs
together pebbles exception
Our biggest problem is that of getting all the news picked up mostly in Europe be understood. Perhaps the E. Greenfield, to quote the Friends of the Library of the
she singing was one EXQUISITE
In print, and many times articles are held over for oneor but including specimensfrom song was GONDOLIER, "Where are
all over the world. And that only a Gypsy would be expected those valient ladies of the Ven MRS. GENE L. GREEN
two weeks. With a paper the size of ours it is to know, and so she Ice-Nokomis EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
our ancestors were mostly refugees Woman's Club, Venice,
not possible to "just add a page or two" for the like the Cubans and may have been afraid I would TRADITIONAL

overflow, since printing is done in multiple of four other latecomers, though! we pick it up"Mentally. .
the Gypsies seem ". Let in style your favorite vast
have a hard time admitting it -
This "bulging at the seams" is difficult to explain
Somehow we feel superior because to be living very much in the or ceramic into beautiful lamp
when an irate reader is on the other end of the 16th century although they
our folks ran out or a Rewiring d Restyling

telephone, but space is at a premium some weeks were driven out of the "oldcountry" have mechanisms adopted such a lot as Cadillacs.of recent 'j Jarsmt #fa Jlcrsmt a All Lamp Repair
two/three hundred
and find
we often ourselves in real trouble at dead-
years ago, and what's more we Economically they are prehistoric Wort by Experienced Designers ..1IdCr.fkmetI
line time have snooty societies to prove I use this term because .

it Then too, we have the assurance the passage from pre. By The REV C. M. ANDREWS Pastor
accomplishment that lack of skin pig- history into history has usually A THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

ment is the perfect complex. been found to coincide pret. sr" i South Venice Church of The Nassrene

in hometown life and we want it for this paper. We ion, backed up by the movies ty closely with the change from 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA
where a "dead Indian is a good hunting and the gathering of F. 'Wa.
hope our readers will feel free to call, be patient Indian" wild gram and fruit to the

with our timing, and encourage others to share their But there are good, live Indiana cultivation of domesticated animals

pleasures through this community weekly. in spite of the Image and crops Thus the GOD CARES
Gypsies are capable enough at
created by pioneers backed by
Some folks In town are enjoying unusual hobbies, the "westerns" on TV. In fact foraging for money, but the How often the Lord uses his creatures of the animal kingdomto
idea of the use of capital for carry out some part of His plan He called the ravens into
there citizens with
have are good
novel collections, taken far-away jaunts to distant
either financial or productive His service to feed the s
Amerindian blood right here in phophet Elijah during the famine The
places- or are making something out of the the Venice-Englewood area. operations seems as foreign to donkey spoke to Balaam when the angel stood in the way. The

ordinary, and we would like to feature them in our There must be plenty of good them as to a Mexican peasant. rooster's crow reminded Peter of the Lord's prophesy The Lord

pages This is not ostentatious display to be in the Gypsies too, though most folksin "My doll seems to have an chose a donkey for transportation into Jersusalem and a fish was
the rural country where we awareness that somehow 'The found to have the necessary tax money for the Lord and His
news, this is sharing pleasures and talents that
may once lived used to lock up when times are out of joint' and that disciple Peter.

be Inspiration for others. they saw them coming. At first somewhere there must be a Two men watching a wagon load of corn go by saw an ear

Springfield (Pa.) Press they came with horses which better way. But she has never of corn fall to the ground One of the men remarked that the
they would trade and later with had the leisure or release from ear of corn was providential provision for the, birds in the street

beat-up Cadillacs, also to economic and family pressuresto "But" replied the other "How are those little sparrows going to
trade Having curiosity about stand back and see the get the grains of corn off the ear?" Just then the rear wheel of

many stories, we Just now looked whole problem in perspective the heavy wagon rolled over it and shelled and crushed it to bite
it up in our beat-up Wesster'st But perhaps it is more than size for the sparrows.
should be expected that she
: God not only looks after the sparrows, He also uses them in
The Citrus ExhibitionWinter One of Causas- realizes as much as she does,
"Gypsy a
the care of His people The following account appeared in the
and whatever reservations she
ian people, whose tribes com youth magazine "Conquest."
ing originally! from India, entered may have about them, she is
still a credit to her people." Joshua C. Wagner, a minister in Maine, was driving late one
Haven is in the midst of its 40th annual Europe in the 14th or 15th
night when he fell asleep at the wheel His wife tried to keep
Florida Citrus Exhibition, an exciting and well-or century and are now scatteredover There you have a brief peep him awake with her lively conversation but at last she had fallen
Turkey, Romania, Hungary at the Gypsies, one of the
ganized event which draws visitors the tens asleep Soon his glassy stare was fixed
by smallest in mechanically on the center
Spain, England, etc. Originally minority groups our
line For no one knows how long he held the steering wheel
of thousands. of nomadic and vagabond midst. Prejudices seem to be
like a robot racing through the warm, moonlight night,
habits, many have settled dying out, we are so glad to
The big doings started last Saturday with a morn- in the countries named: others say. As a Brooklyn youngsterall Suddenly a sharp pain in his chest jarred him awake. It was

ing long parade. It featured everything from a hundred still maintain their itinerantlife nationality tags, other than Just in time, for looming out of the darkness before him were two
and tribal organization what happened to be our own, headlights, and he was on the wrong side of the road, meeting
floats graced by 1964 beauty queens to antique They excell as metalworkers, were "Squareheads, Irishers, them. Instinctively he jerked his steering wheel to the right He

automobiles of the early 1900's chugging along under farriers and musicians, while Enghshers, Wops, Shines, almost lost control of the car, but he missed by inches a large

their own power. fortune-telling and horse trad- Nicks, Yiddles, Gmlzles, Da- truck which roared past

Ing are traditional occupations goes, Bohunks Spicks, God. Mr. Wagner slowed down, pulled off the pavement and stop

The Queen For A Day show, with a crew of 112, ." gulpers, Left Footers and so ped. After regaining his composure he opened the door to get

Is putting on its daily performance throughout the What brought Gypsies Into on for a book full of misnomers out. As he stood up, an object fell from his lap to the ground. He
this column was a letter we received Luckily that's gone along stooped and picked up the still form of a small, brown bird. As s ,'I yY
week this month from an Old with street fights to prove that he held the few, fluffy, warm ounces in his hand, he remembered
Bach friend who seems to be one ancestry or religion is superior the pain which had struck his chest and awakened him Just a
All the politicians were on hand for Saturday' having a turbulent affair witha to another. in time to avoid the inevitable accident.

opener. More gubernatorial candidates were around gypsy maiden. If it ripens Into In the February issue of The sparrow had somehow made a flight in the night (which

than you could shake a slick at, grabbing and pump- matrimony it should make a 'Americas." organ of the Pan sparrows seldom do) and darted into the open window of his

Ing every hand in sight Rood match, for his phlegmatic American Union, we note, "The speeding automobile, striking him in the chest with sufficient
Nordic stock and her romantic
concept of Pan American solidarity force to
awaken him. It was the split second timing of Divine
The present state administration, and those who blood could well gain good has implications that exceed Providence It was God I sparrow and Mr, and Mrs Wagner
from the other for a'D
genes pos the purely political limitsof both knew
It, Just then
the bird fluttered into
hope to be running it a year hence, were roasted at sible little bambinoes. Here's the treaties concerning the flew into the night. .

a Saturday night gridiron performance. the latest bulletin: maintenance of the peace SolIdarity
"I am afraid I would have means being able to God cares for His own. Commit your self Into His care and

Representatives of the state press were weekend to disappoint you on the matter put aside all sources of pos keeping for He careth for you He beckons you with blessingsyou
of Gypsy music. There have cannot merit with warnings you should not ignore _
sible friction for the common
a guests of Winter Haven They were treated royally with love dare not resist. You
been certain things on which benefit. This combination of you are going to need Him down
and for a purpose. Their hosts told their guests frank. my little doll has been very the Individual and the collective life's road somewhere so turn to Him today.

ly it was because they wanted them to go back home uncommunicative. One day we wills and purpose will not

and say something nice about Winter Haven. were lying on the beach. She come about through Internat. "
started Ringing and! half hum lonal agreements! but through ffi

It is done herewith, with the thought that Venice, ming a little song really the the warmth of human understanding
only time I ever remember through
with so much to offer, could go to town with some hearing her sin*. 1 asked her popular support" spontaneous 11ililtiltl

sort of annual festival of its own. All it would take 'Is that one of the songs of 4
We believe we've eliminatedall
would be some organization and a lot of hard work your people She stopped sing those Brooklyn words from
ing and would neither continue
our vocabulary, If we used
nor unswer She hue always!
them, they were merely words look no farther
without malice For we found 2 out of 5 U.S. homes

l out through our long tour of for the finest Ii I II'
I duty in Brooklyn public I I

schools, and a brief tour in the are owned debtfreeIt

t URlpqAl4Tii Foreign Legion, that all ethnic
f groups are equally hateful or
likeable, with the balance
l1j'le. VI c., .. .,..,. greatly !in favor of likeable, Is an amazing fact that forty per cent of all

c.,' American families who live in their own homeJ

CornedCorner i own those homes free of any debt of any kind.

j ;,.1 Savings and Loan Associations contributed to

MEMBER or THE AMOCIA1ED; PUI.MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION .. ::4 this accomplishment by developing the modern

home loan which is paid off in monthly
1'11. Aiwoclited Pre,. U ii-1u.lv.1r entitled to HM for fpublle>tlon of ill .... dlepetrnei: endued. to
..t... not ..h...,.. eredlud la thli piper, end tin k>e.J newe oubllohod hem. All rithte of .......11....... ---- installments like rent. A home loan to fit
of eperlil diepetrhei ere >leo r. er..d. you 3!
Th. son end .lucal. advert hint ....Wlt of Oils newepeper a coprrlchted Mid IU _ubU..II.. !II a. TWO-TONE WINGTIP SHOE individual needs is our business. Come us.
prewlr forbidden ...... .or written ......1..10.. see
Blucher rubber heels in

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amaranth Installs Saturday I Dessert Contest ?J

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Venetian Court 39, Order of Faith Mrs Inez Voorhees
; ,
J the Amaranth, will install 1964 Wisdom: Mrs Adelbert Trav- Winner In AreaIs
officers in
an open ceremony .
er, Charity, Mrs Edwin Peterson
Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic historian: Mrs Karl Hoffman t I

Temple warder, and George Gris
Mrs Lyle Walker 1* the new dale, sentinel! Mrs. Hughes
royal matron, '
The Grand Court of
Florida r
Mrs. Fred A. Norman is general I '
chairman of the service will meet May 1 for a four-day A frozen dessert called Kiss an electric range and the winner sk t
conclave in Miami. r
arrangements and the refresh Twelve Me Kate won the area orange! of the state finals, to be
members from 4
ment committee is composedof Venetian Court dessert contest for Mrs. W. D held April 23-24 in Winter Haven .
Mesdames Charles Shaw, will attend. Five are Grand Hughes of Pelican Shores Tuesday at the Florida Citrus Commission
Genevieve Dora and Mr and Court officers: Mrs. Adelbert headquarters, will receive 1'
Mrs Fredus Bode Traver, grand Charity; Mrs. Mrs Hughes will compete an electric kitchen ,

re'"s.. tr'y Venetian Court was organized Clyde Taylor and Mrs Fred. against seven other contestantsin i Miss Katherine Blackshear, ..,. ,* jf
in 1960 with Mrs Norman Norman, assistant grand lecturers the semi.finals of the state Sarasota home service w
as first royal matron and Mrs Inez Voorheesand contest, sponsored by the Florida representative for Florida ':

..N Z +a-S. Charles Shaw as first royal Charles. Shaw, grand representatives Citrus Commission and four. Power and Light Co., conducted T
patron. Master co-sponsoring utilities companies
masons, their the contest. Judges were
wives and family members The national gathering of on March 31 at River I' Mrs Rita Duell, former Venice
ills n! a1N 'tlr 1 may belong and the court presents Amaranth Courts will be in view High School, Sarasota High School home economics
to women members the San Francisco in June. The winner there will win teacher, Mrs. Pat Rickey, VenIce .

highest offices they can holdin Hospital dietitian, and Mrs.

There Masonic are affiliations 75 members of the Three Venice Artists Show Dorothy Women's Gaynor Editor., GONDOLIER ; i iKISS

court. Mrs. Hughes created her re- ;
Installing officers win be cipo which she said was always
Homer Fetzer, installing officer In Sarasota Annual Exhibit a popular one with her .
Faye Norman, installing I guests She competed with six ME KATE Is a winner among desserts, too, according
a_ .1 a lie marshal!: David Grant, aide to Three Venice members of one.man show here In Novem other entrants to judges who awarded Mrs. W D Hughes of Pelican Shores

marshal; Nadine Roberts, Installing Sarasota Art Assn representthe her Mrs. Dale Morrison submitted first place in the area orange dessert contest at FLAP Co I
secretary; Ruth Calk. area in the Sarasota Art recipes for orange gingerbread kitchen Tuesday Mrs. Hughes and Miss Katherine Black-
J ins, Installing prelate; Grace Assn.'s annual member show Mrs McKinney won first and orange meringuepie shear, Sarasota County home representative for the utility
.-.---- Schwenneker place in the Venice All.Mem.
musician which
shown with
opened Sunday. ; Mrs Rose A. Diab, blue- company are the winning entry.
INSTALLATION and Georgianna McIntyre They are Dr. Garold Stryker, ber show this year and is pres-
MRANTH CEREMONY Saturday will be berry nut loaf; Mrs Calvin
Tansfd by the above members who are also taking part in installing soloist president of Venice.Nokomis. la ently in exhibiting a three.artist at Italian show with Vile Beck, orange pudding; Mrs. I Royal Oak Day Set For SundayRoyal II
I, ceremony, They are, left to right, Mrs Fred Norman, In the uncrowning ceremony, Art Assn., Tatlana (Mrs. Samuel Dorothea Lucile Marx, orange sauce
,nnl chairman; Mrs. Charles E Shaw, refreshment chair. Eva Taylor will be uncrowning ) McKinney and Marguerite Thompson and loaf; Mrs D. J Collins, orange Oak, Mich Day will I and visitors are Invited
and Mrs Harry J. Barker, publicity chairman matron; Corinne Wilson, crown Castaing (Mrs. John W, Hat Charles Mink A European art- swirl frozen dessert, and Mrs be held Sunday at Buckingham Those attending are request
ist she and
(GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)) bearer; Georgians McIntyre fer) Mr. McKinneycame Bonnie Mosure, orange tapioca. Club, six miles south of ed to bring a covered dish and
here live
marshal in East; Mabel Borden I Eighty paintings, and seven to last year and Co-sponsors with Florida Sarasota on U.S. 41. their own table service. I
marshal in West, and Ruth pieces of sculpture represent I her first show In this countrywas Power and Light Co. are Tampa A pot luck dinner will be Mrs Lucy Grisdale, Shore
Charge, standard bearer, I ing approximately one-fifth of at Dartmouth College lastfall Electric Gulf Power Co. served at t:30 p.m and all Road Nokomis may be call
Faye Norman will be coro those submitted, were accepted t and Florida Power Corp former Royal Oak residents ed for further information
DOROTHY GAYNOR nating matron and Malvern A Vernon Voelz sculpture, I d ... .___._ ;
( Davis, coronating marshal In "There Was A Little Girl,"
Jottings Women's Editor the coronation ceremony Others won the $150 Rosemary Bowden .

Items to 48SSS08 in this ceremony will be award, Robert Larsen won
Aurilla Fetzer, crown bearer* the $100 Palmer First National -
Clyde Taylor, sword bearer; Bank Award and Virginia
Wilma Dowling, standard bearer Hausted the $100 Sarasota r$6410"i.Sl'Il"

;tinff; i II Just that thisk Odepards depart fV to morrofor ) : Ruth Calkins, marshal in Bank and Trust Co. award.
what with many comingsi their Western Springs, Ill East, and Inez Voorhees, mar Other winners were Hilton. :
i |omg and no rubber type home their friends won't be shal in West. Leech, Bruce Gregory and Gertrude
Officers to be Installed Harbart.
too much to chat about quite so unhappy they'll be are:
rwue, anyway, except the back, for sure, this time. While Mrs. LJye Walker, royal matron Dr. Stryker's entry was an
come, welcome, welcome here for the winter they purchased : Mrs. Fredus Bode, associate impressionistic oil titled Dere
J1I of Venice-type weather a home at Pointe White matron; Mrs Fred licts." Mrs. McKinney's entry
.. dues There is the wand Cap and have extended their Norman, treasurer; Mrs. Han was a gold over casein painting on the building of any home and lot combination
jrt that hits us all about ry Barker, secretary; Mrs Co- entitled "Grand Place"
stay a few weeks to "settlein.
.tune which could be moan- ." before rinne Wilson, conductress; Miss Castaing, In her first in East! Gate from
Always there wasa Clyde Taylor, trustee; Mrs. purchased any member of the 1964 PARADE OF HOMES.
the office bound,
over by possibility they would be lured competitive show, entered a
this too (the wanderlust, to another area, for winters Arthur Pickford, marshal in large realistic oil entitled "It

mean) surely will pass. They probably will be marshal East; Mrs.in Raymond West; Mrs.Conklin Clyde, is Consummated." She is a native 0 More\ Than 24
of Home Plans Over 100
-0- back this time for a summer Taylor, standard bearer; Clarence France and was a memo East Gate Lets To
ber of the French Salon when
visit, too. Do hate to themgo
Fun for a visit with her see
Tritt, prelate, Mrs Lee
she was years-old. She
'mil. the H N. "Bud" Wimi though. Schwenneker, musician cameto
of San Pedro is Mrs. -0- Also Mrs Harry Showacre, this county in 1942 and to. Choose From All With
Venice in 19C2 She has exhibited Water Sewer Street Lights and Paving!
1H I> Stinson of Mableton, The Seymour Grauers are I Truth: Mrs Clarence Tritt, throughout France and ,
She arrived Sunday with here from their Long Island
Spain and at Berkshire Museum
five-year-old son, Andrew, home for a short stay, this -

it. will the leave doesn on want Saturday to be have time. them Always"home"a pleasure and they to "Indian Lady" Seligman les in in New and MassachuseUs York Koestler City Caller and This Offer Good ONLY Through April 1st !

'who 1 rtoo ls long in from school.her A daugh-short will part of return the summer later for, she a said good Will Be SpeakerAt ] Dr. Stryker has been paint ,....--- .... 1 -._. .,,.. .
ing for 12 years, holds a first '
t, but a happy one, she -0- ; ::
place award from St, Louis Art Xytr
L Wilbert Hyatt of Whitehall, DAR Meeting Mart and a second from a p : '1
-0r. -- N. Y is vacationing in FlorIda Venice Juried Show. He won
!! and Mrs Harlan Walk.at and came to Venice to look Mrs Robert E. Lange, the an award in the Sarasota show
| Mahon Drive have been Berkley Partridge of Nokomis + '
up "Indian Lady of Wisconsin'will several years ago. He held a
t and hostess to her brother who he had not seen for be guest speaker at the Its .e L'' a ?

j sister.in.law, Col and Mrs. 31 years. They were WW I buddies Myakka Chapter, Daughters of .. zrf
) Caryl Bigelow from Prince- The Hyatts arrived in the American Revolution, Lecture Draws ..:
N., J. They were joined time to help Partridge celebrate meeting Wednesday at 1:30: p I I

{( by their daughter, Mrs his birthday last week m at Venice Bridge Studio Crowd Of 1.000 u..u.r arrr..ewM
)'llu Trimpl of Chillicothe, Hostesses will be Englewood -- ,
>o and the three left on the The threesome peripatetic members, Mesdames Norman
> tend Col and Mrs. Bigc- trailer-travelers from Ohio we Coulon, Clarence Dunn, Harold Approximately 1,000 persons,
may establish a winter mentioned last week, who are Anderson, Arthur Schweier, from St. Petersburg to Fort
dente here they are con- currently visiting our area, are Harold Van Sweringen, Hiram Myers, attended a lecture by
1'tIn( it seriously and this Mr and Mrs Jesse Brown of Macintosh and Charles Walter William M. Correll of Clevelandat r
Jhu Mrs. Walker very Oregon, M. and Ms Floyd Gal Mrs. Frank Mulhern arranged Venice First Church of u.. .w aw.

..oh."A. lagher of Perrysburg and Mr the program. Christ, Scientist Sunday afternoon .. 00 '" .. ,. .
-0-- and Mrs. Paul Royer of Toledo Mrs. Large Interest In the
and Mrs. C E. Hodgln They will leave on the 25th. Wisconsin Indians began during Mr. Cornell, a member of the I THE CARDINAL by Harley Whiteabr THE MARTINIQUE by Chester A. Mayer

there She Christian Science Board of Lectureship j ...... .
entertaining her sister and -0- summers spent -" .. ---.-
her.in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs Jesse Y Lynnof opened an outlet shop on the of Boston, spoke on : T' in,1
B Hendrick of Louisville, Dnuglasville, Ga will arrive Lac der Flambeau Reservationand ''A New Concept of Man." He j
their daughter and son-in- shortly to occupy their new with the assistance of the raised, and discussed, the questions
Mr and Mrs John E. trailer home at Trailer Acre Indians continues to operate it. Who are you? Where
slams, also of Louisville. Estates Nice to have them In Donations from clubs, churchesand did you come from and Whatis
'lea Hodgin of Winston Sal the community civic groups are processedand your purpose and destiny
brother of Col. C. E Hod resold and clothing unfit He gave three lectures on

and Col N, c Hodgin is The family of Lt Col R. L. ''I for wear is made into rugs the West Coast, preceding the
a CUest. The shop also provides a Venice lecture with
Ranck USA, are new residentsas : an appear.
market for native Indian handicrafts -
-0-- in Clearwater and
of }last week. The family ance speak
the r KMI note"Miss will stay here while he is on taken in trade, and Mrs ing Monday in St. Petersburg

"rt' (Reichspfarr/ ) has been active duty in Vietnam, for Lange travels throughout the Indiana He is touring the United
for the
ensuing her niece, Cindy which he leaves shortly She country and and selling States lecturing for the church I
Shryook of Fort Myers is interested in both art and the handicraftsShe displaying. and has been an authorized
-0- theater so w know she'll enjoy -
tether' in the denomination
cited the General
"to was by
time when the Arthur Venice,
Federation of Women for sometime He also has participa'ed -
in for her in the church's TV
----- Clubs 1962 accomplishments -
in the Indian At and radio series programs

fairs Division and is listed in Correll is a graduate of Ob-
the 1963 "Who'i Who of American erlin College, where he major. THE MALIBU by AI Welch THE STARFIRE/ II by Don Heath
ITSEASTERTIME ed in mathematics and
Women. I I philosophy
Dr and Mrs. Lange live In and served in France 4
Sarasota during the winter. during WWII.

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I Walter Harbath's Creation; Ten Junior Musicians

Orange-Flavored PuddingA

long-time dessert favorite, Noted for his generality and Ratings
rice pudding, with a new tasteis I unselfishness by his friends Win/ Superior
the contribution to The GONDOLIER and acquaintance, his possession -
tI food column by Waiter of this quality Is attestedto -
Harbath Gourmet Club hn custom of out of twelve which la federated with the Festival seta
by birthday Ten students and
G veil member and former Jewelry celebrating by giving some of I entries of the MacDowell Junta National Federation of auspicesthe Music I from receive the Society.individual ." 1Ie I
manufacturer his choicest plants to his Music Club received a total Clubs under whose conductedMrs.
Dubbed by friends "two-dea friends on that day. At his Osprey of twelve superior ratings in Festival was
sert Walter" this. Osprey. resident home he cultivates large the Seminole District Junior Clarence Wood Is the Junior
teacherof .
is primarily and extensive gardens of roses, Music Festival held in Sarasota counselor and piano
a dessert orchids, lilies and annuals. Friday. the MacDowell club.
i connoisseur He Harbath' rice pudding recipe The MacDowell Junior Music Member of the Venice Junior
is also interested is a good example of FlorIda Club is sponsored by the Cecil. Music Club, which is also
r rte in gardeningand dishes, since it has an unusual ian Music Society of Venice sponsored by the Cecillan Music
I in his native touch of orange flavor. Society, did not participatein A
ti4 Cleveland, I Rice Pudding the Festival this year. 7
1 Ohio, was a 1 qt. mild, scalded New Home Club The student who received
charter memberof 1 orange peel superior ratings and their
) the Men'sGarden H cup long grain ricer classifications are:

fw'I Club cup sugar Jeff Meadows, Piano Primary -
J Will Form Here
Sr and a directorof > tsp. salt
National 4 I: Patty Edmondson,
1 cup light cream I Carolyn
llarbalh Piano Elementary ;
Men's Garden
2 egg yolks Formation of a Venice Area Jones, Piano Elementary III;
Club He
received a public \4 tsp. real vanilla Home Demonstration Club and Elementary
Linda Shanks, Piano
award in the workIn
for his
area Cinnamon and sugar mixture election of its first officers will Duke Piano
IV Janet ,
beautifying. the city of Fairview Whipped cream take place March 19 at 1:30: Moderately; Difficult I; Roberta 1J 1:

-__.L l.' ...- His major love In his work Glazed or Maraschino p.m. in the community room Merrill Piano Moderately THE PEOPLE..._ '
OLD TIMES and e:, Ides are b_:.ng recall. Fred Hull, Mr and Mrs Dan Nichoson and was the art of diamond setting cherries raisins of First Federal Savings and I Difficult I; Ronald Jones, f WISH THE SENTBNC8'
1 optional
ed by KMI Florida' Alj-rmi); and '':'. .r wives: at Mrs. Hull. The Manatee Girls Choir enter. and for one account, a large Scald cup milk In, double boiler. Loan Assn.demonstration. clubs, I Piano Difficult II; Scott Cook, FOR 1OU LISTEN FASTER
I a :reception: given in th:ir hrnoi Sunday at timed, at the reception and at a vesper ser credit house, he set in excessof Pare orange like an apple, so under Home the auspices of the Florida I Piano Very Difficult II; Patty THAN VbU CAN TALK
the school Shown chatting during the event vice following the homecoming dinner 5,000 atones He retired in that peel is in one long spiral, Agricultural Department Johnson, Piano Very Difficult Fast falling won't get
are, left to right: :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foy, (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) 1943. and discard the fruit, using and the University of Florida, I II;Advanced Alise Angel Ij, Piano Roberta Musically Merrill of a financial spot when you you*III

__ only the peel. To scalded milk already exist in Nokomis and Vocal, Folk: Song; Roberta personally liable | cam/
( # add peel, rice, sugar and salt. Englewood.Area plete Insurance Program
Merrill, Vocal Ad- -n 1
.' k KAY M P r INSiIT ITE'7, 1' t rk Cook in covered double boiler women who are interested vanced Soprano Musically II. Talk to our friendly nperhft.
until rice is tender (about 43 in participating may call week about
minutes), stirring occasionally Mrs. E. A. Kukkuck, Center Frederick Rice received a needf. your Inl4lll11t
during the first part of the Road, Venice Gardens. Very Good in Piano Primary I
cooking. Add raisins, if drained and Cynthia Aldrich received
during the cooking period. Excellent In Piano Moderately
fJ fJh Remove orange peel. Mix Venice Garden Club Difficult I. : .
cream and egg yolk and stir in The Superior award studentswill
a small amount of hot rice Plans Rummage Sale be honored at the April .w

mixture Return to remainderof Venice Garden Club will I evening meeting of the Cecil. : ;
rice and mix contents together Ian Music Society when the stu
hold sale March
a rummage!
Continue cooking, covered dents will each perform one
20-21 at 243 S. Tamiaml Trail
until mixture thickens,
for approximately 20 minutes, Contributing members are
requested to bring the rummage
h -
stirring occasionally. Add va-
to that address duringthe
nilla. Pour in custard cups and Shopping Sarasota
afternoon of March 19.
let cool. Chill, if desired
Mrs. Herbert Elam and Mrs.
"" Sprinkle with cinnamon and
Arthur Walker, both of Sunrise
sugar mixture, 1 part sugar to
1 1 part cinnamon. Garnish with Drive,and Nokomis may ,be are called cochairman for Ad Verrorialt Solicited and paid for by Genevievt Stnduly

ut whipped cream and cherries: pick-up of items too large for
F rf Serves eight. contributors to deliver. Whether You',. Building or Remodeling, Call< \\


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Scheduled Tuesday Water Problems '.tch;", Stuccoing Insurance Work A Specially

M'rt. George Stringer and As Near, When a name stands out to prominently there Ju\t has It
*".!t' Y i i y I aA Mrs. Alexander Hooker will be As' ,Your be a reeton. No one question the fact that JOHN DEE ADAMS!
Y hostesses at the Venice Yacht
; Club Ladies bridge luncheon at it an unmatched craftsmen in plain and ornamental 1 platform! ,
the Club Tuesday noon. IjtelepjiojieSERViSOFT" He ipeeializet In the popular "twirl ceiling" but ill el
Progressive bridge and foursomes his work ii guaranteed. Hit till and experience enable hm, to

will be played. Either carry out your plants with prompt efficiency.He .
: hostess may be called for reservations ; takes pride In hi, work every job plain or acoustical,
not later than Sun It a masterpiece of still and artistry.

'"t day. They should also be notified .'. _.. J8"IT'S This top quality work, offered by a man who loses "Ifs"
of cancellations business from beginning to end actually costs lass. Ha wads

no motion. Mr Adams always glad to offer a free estimate'
without obligation. Hit friends and customers bear testimony
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further Information.One .

II KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE Florida alumni and cd in a special review stand for the afternoon dress parade OUR of the Finest Equipped Modem Optical Laboratory
their famines gathered in Venice Sunday for homecoming which opened the festive events for the day. A portion of the
festivities Twenty-:u! \ alumni and their families were aeat- stands is shown during the parade FRED E. SOTO

2nd (Formerly Lowe Co.
Optical )

I Dr. Margarer Waid Speaks I Lemon Bay To Stage Show Dispensing Opticians Serving the Medical Profauio

Prescriptions Filled Lenses Duplicated Guild Optician/
To HAV Members On Cancer
Lemon Bay Garden Club will Mrs. Charles W. Zabriskle, Perfect
:: eyesight Is mans most precious sense, and it il$
Dr. Margaret E Waid, mem- ciety is working to decreasethe hold its first flower show Sat- chairman of the club' horticulture the tame time, one more easily impaired Doctors and owl*
ber of the Public Education death rate from cancer by urday and Sunday at Engle- division, asks that ,4 depend upon FRED E. SOTO to fill their prescriptions. ThY"
Committee of the Florida Division making the public aware of the wood Elementary School. plants be brought to the school know that everyone suffering from defective vision areas H*
of the American Cancer benefits derived from early Mrs James L. O'Brien, gen- tomorrow but cut flowers may skilled tire of eiperienced craftsmen
',. Society, was guest speaker at diagnosis. She emphasized that eral chairman, reports plansare arrive Saturday.At FRED E. SOTO It the staff is
t the Venice Hospital Auxiliary cancer detection is part of an complete. Mrs. W. G the recent March meet- qualified In every respect, (
Volunteers meeting Monday. annual physical examination Hamor is in charge of staging ing Mrs Jack Telfer spoke on qualified both by training and experience.. They grind sue
The program was arrangedby Her talk was illustrated by and niches for forty arrangements flower arrangements.. Hostesses We're Two Years Old I 1 glasses to your prescription; have the latest styles in (frame
Mrs Charles McG. Roberts, slides and charts I have been made by her were Mesdames Kenneth 0. TodayI I and mountings are the last word In prompt and effieimt'
Cancer Drive chairman for Mrs. Harold Smith chair- husband. Mrs. Joseph Newman Wood, Charles W Walter, John service. They fill prescriptions and duplicate lenses Wear fhtjr
South Sarasota County Donald man of the Hospital Ball held is in charge of entries. Young and Coleman Itipy. "optically correct" lUll glasses!
.; Turner, executive director of at Early Wynn's on February
I p the Cancer Society of Sarasota 8, announced that the ball. had TIRES IN PAIRS Two Sarasota Locations to Serve You
: County, was a guest. cleared a profit of $122380'
20 N. Are. HilU
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Dr. Waid is a director of the and thanked all the membersof
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Alachua County Unit, a consultant the HAV and of the community -
.r at Lake City Veterans who had helped to Cafetwie S58-3027 I 955-0666
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Florida Unit's committee on ,
'j leukemia. Mr. I. N Yerkes reportedthat E. L STEWART owner and builder of TUBELESSNYLON No Man Can Stop the Storms, But A Roof From

She told how the Cancer So- 232 members of HAV had this beautiful 2-bedroom, 2-bath home JOHN & GEORGE SCARBROUGH
contributed 2,439 hours of volunteer
services during Febru- completely air conditioned, with a 1 1- ROOFING CO.

VENICEMONDAY ary.Mrs.. Joseph Feytal, chairman year guarantee against defects In ma- Will Stop the leak end Protect Your Investment
terial or workmanship solicits in- US ROYAL
of hospitality, announcedthat your Let these capable people restyle roof I in colafd t
the following were hostesses spection. Located on Blackburn Rd., roofing built-up, shingle or tile. Their 38 your .xp..n" ill
for the day: Miss Marie years
16 Krieg. Miss Antoinette Ozuro- Molnar Subdivision, Laurel Shores. Will F Safety Air Ride Sarasota area I it to sure to work to your advantage.

MARCH vich, Mesdames Nat L. Lefton, be open each day from 10 a.m. to 5 This new roof will transform the appearance of your I"**.
Norman Magee Ward Marin, p.m. office or commercial building and live you money tD?. I"
l Kiwanis Club H. Mailander, Willis D. Mor- This is your chance to make a sealed 2 For matter what your roofing problem new or repairs, this" is'

rill, E. M. Owen, T A. Parrot bid over and above the existing mort- guaranteed service they're bonded and Insured. '
ELEMENTARYSCHOOL M Pettit, H. S. Pratt, David A good roof Is an all important factor in the proteeMJ'
Rapp, S. W. qage on this home. Bids to be opened w $25.90
I GROUNDS Rogers! T. B. of your building investment Year after year, it must prod
i': ;t. Richardson, W J. Shannon, 10 a.m. March 16, 1964 on the premises.E. against driving rains, rough winds and blistering he t.
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X14 Mrs Sam Cutler was cochairman 2 for 33.90 be carried out honestly and ahaight-forwardly. 130 *

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, AY, MARCH 12, \\U4

USF Musicians 1 All States Club Will Honor I

K' r

Play Here TodayThe r I South Venice Residents Tonight

University of South Florida Interlochen, Mich, and.Illinois fief I Residents of South Venice Dixon line! There were approximately I
l n'.M Siring Quartet will present Wesleyan before coming: here. I will be honored by the AllStales 300 in attendanceand
a program of chamber music He is a concertmaster of the Club at its party todayat 38 southerners marched In
sldl today at 8 p.m. at Gulf Theater Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra K 8 p.m. at the Civic Center. the grand march.
I A St P trlck'f Day will be During the evening Mrs 0.
" This ,,11the\ fifth in a Dr. Watkins is associate professor used and special entertainmentis L Muhon one of the foundersof
series of six musical programs of humanities at USF. planned. All area visitors the club, announced another -
r l.e ae eiYle arranged by the club to raise He is a concert pianist and via rti and residents are Invited. All States romance. Mrs.
money through its Lyceum linlst who graduated with honors Last week was South of the Mary Eastman and Mr. Emer-
Building Fund for the construc- In both fields at Yale University f Border night saluting all residents son Swinehart were married
lon of a building in which cultural He received his doctoral as.f and former residents of Saturday In Bradenton Both
I events may be given. in piano at Indiana University -wM1 the states south of the Mason- I have been members of the club
Members of I for some time and met at the
the quartet are His concert and recital ',.
Edward Preodor, first violin activities Include both European I weekly parties. A round of ap
lat; Dr. Armin Watkins, sec Mid American tours. He Mrs. Hardee plause and conratu1aUonawere )
ond violinist given by all those attending
.: ; Margery Enlx, recently appeared as guest soloist I
cellist, and John. Tartaglia, I with the Danish National II the party.
violinist. Radio Orchestra in Copenhagen { P nx4 Elected Head The members' last pot luck I
The supper of the .season previously -
.J group was formed to .
,... give the university students an Miss Enix a graduate of Of Jr. SectionMrs. announced for March 23,
! opportunity to hear live per Yale and Indiana Universities will not be held at that time.
Announcement of the date will
forminces of chamber music. Is
an instructor in fine arts at
Robert Hardee will be given next week
I Humanities division lectures USF. She has v.or' d with eel-
--I.... -....4 in music and classes in music lists Bernard Greenhouse, I head the Junior Section of Ven On March 19 the officers and I
history and appreciation are Luigl Silva and Fritz Maag ice-Nokomis Woman's Club directors will be in charge of
Girls state Delegates Norman Owen and Linda Robinson supplemented by performances Tartaglia an honor graduate after installation services! on the weekly party.
by the quartet They also per- of the Academy of St. Ce April *.
form for music clubs, assemblies celia in Rome is a composerand She and the other new officers .... -
Norma Owen Linda and on radio TV : s were elected at the Junior HOMETOWft
StevensonWill and programs arranger of music as well M
as a violist He has performedwith u', Section meeting Monday. She ( c! ) CLAIM SERVICEIYY.Ytt ;
xla Preodor is professor of music many of Europe's outstanding succeeds Mrs. Glenn Stephens.
xle Go To FSU Girl's StateIn at the University and conductor chamber ensemM'nand The UnIversity of South Florida String Quartet Other officers elected were: C.II:
"" of the quartet and the Is currently first v' ," Mrs. Earl] Edge/ co-chairman; IT--ranMOSU
I IL Mrs Robert M. Jones record. rHUGH
USF Orchestra He is a con- with the Tampa Philharmonic wassainooarr"
\Iii. Tallahassee This June cert violinist was on the faculties Orchestra Venice Players Score HighIn Ing secretary; Mrs David McPHERSON
of En 'tman corresponding secretary 59-142 488..6567I
; School of Mu- Tickets for the performance
sic, NatiorM Music Camp at may be purchased at the door. Charity Bridge MatchVenice arid Mrs Gene O Hel-
Misses Norma Owen and committee of the Constitutional ser, treasurer.
LInda Rose Stevenson will rep- conference in I Hostesses were Mrs. HarrY
resent No-Vel Unit 159, American April 20.Other 'Buddy Poppy' Drive Opens bridge players captured South: Mr. and Mrs Lewis Raby and Mrs N A. Blitch Jr I
eI Legion Auxiliary, at FSU meetings this month seven out of 36 winning Hester. The decorative theme of the
I Girl's State, Tallahassee, In will be a past president's parley .I places in the National Charity I In addition to their sectionalwin meeting, held at the North Harbor :
June. I luncheon March 18 at 12:30: Next Week For VFW Groups duplicate bridge: game Fridayin Lindsay and Journeay Drive Woman's Club build.
They were elected from a, p.m. at the home of Mrs Albin Sarasota I placed sixth in the overall column ing was St. Patrick Day. ;
group of six girls nominated by, Johnson of 259 Glen Oak Road I March 20 and 21 have been I goes to the Department rehabilitation I Thirty of the 188 players Mrs. Stephens announced the
the Venice Junior High School chaired by Mrs William Johnston designated as "Buddy Poppy fund, 10 cents to the were from Venice Bridge clubs I Approximately $600 was raised Installation banquet will be
1 faculty which included Misses co-hostess; a Legion Days," according to Mrs. Ken National Orphans Home and First place winners in SectionC for the benefit of the American held April 4 at Early Wynn'
Connie Jean Au Bonnie Anne Birthday Celebration dinner at neth C Wood chairman of Hospital at Eaton Rapids, were Capt. Robert Lindsayand Cancer Society and the Steak House.
Au, Sally Capasso and Carole 8:30: p.m. March 21 at the the drive sponsored by Venice Mich, 10 cents to the National Al Journeay Jr United Cerebral Palsy Assn, New Sonotone
Austin. Legion Hall and the March 23 Post 8118 and Auxiliary of the rehabilitation fund, 7H centsto Other Venice winners were: making this the most successful -
Members of the auxiliary selected meeting at which a nominating Veterans of Foreign Wsrs. the cost of materials, 10 Section II of the four years in which BAZAAR THINLINE eyeglass
the delegates at their committee will be elected. Mayor Smyth Brohard proclaimed cents to the cost of suppliesand Second, North.South: Mrs, J. the Sarasota, Bradenton and hearing aid Can correct
Monday night meeting after -- the event this week. promotion and 24 centsto J, Nealon and Miss Ethel Mor- Venice bridge clubs have sponsored VENICE TRAILER PARK most hearing losses. It's a
r !Die girls had spoken on why 1 Veterans, their wives sisters the disabled veterans for assembling IlIon; fourth North-South; : Mrs the event.
Easter Is ThemeOf aid built
they wanted to attend Girls and children will man all the the poppies. James G Kalec and Col. Vincent On Wednesday the Inter-city March 16-10 em.4 p.m. transistor hearing
State. various business sections of the Other activities! of the local Dixon Bridge Club of Sarasota will into Sonotone's slimmest
Mrs Louis Fisher, district Meeting"Easter" I community with their cannisters auxiliary include a sewing Section A hold a special Venice night at BAKE SALEfor lightest temples. Fits wom b
director from Punta Gorda will be the themeof I group with Mrs Maye Ras- Third, North-South: A. G. the South Gate Community en's men's eyeglass fronts.
vu a guest. She Inducted two the general meeting of \the I "You wfll wear'the Poppy mussen as chairman, assisted Campbell and Bernard Freedman Center in Sarasota Special HEAR LOOK
new members, Mrs Ann Turner Women's Society for Christian ,with pride." Mrs Wood said, by Mra. Joseph Austin, Mrs ; third, East-West; Mrs prizes will be awarded to the BETTER BETTER
and Mrs Kathleen Sense- Service of Venlce-Nokomw ; """eft ycx know that from Louise Dinan Mrs Barbara J. H. Morris and Mrs. Dare ,Venice pairs who produce win. Retarded Children LIVE BETTER. Exclusively atTHIWILIIAMSBURO -
, Dt). She appointed Mrs. Methodist Church Tuesday each dollar donated, 43 cents Carlson; fifth, Enst-West: Mrs. sing scores. This will be Master Remitter For Door Priret 1f-1.J [.)I".H'Ir =-
George Kaup, unit president noon at the church fellowship goes into the local Post and Hemmings, Mrs. Harry How May Barges and Mr!*. Eleanor Point Night at the Sarasota
to sure on the resolutions hail I Auxiliary relief funds, IS cents ard and Mrs C W. Kroeiwr Sciacchitani, and fifth, North- Club .

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Indians Show GOLFINGwith All-Conference Tournament Winners Listed I

I A' HereVVednesday In Men's Golf Events At LVThe

Ii( 'BOWLINGK J Power In Loss Banquet team of H. Seal W of A. Johnson, R. Handle., W.

Proctor, J. Duncan and J. Cox and G. Gerdts.

To SoutheastThe Mrw.uaewwo.wM CARL PRO-MANAGER ROHMANN NightThe Scott ball tournament won the four at Lage ball, Venice best Third place went to H. Lurle.

H. Seal W
last week witha and
Golf Club R\
Venice Indiana outhit LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUBUPSETS 10 members of the White Wallar with
i -X -+KMyakka 5fEnrIy score of. 30. a core of plus to
Southeast 8-S, but lost the ball N? wIMMtM.XLXMN..ImWM Sands All-Conference
8-4, as both team team, and their parents, In the "Dog Fight" event -
1\ Lanes Wynn game opened IN CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPAs "a
will be guests of the conferenceat last Saturday, also sponsoredby
their seasons Saturday witha in many match play tournaments, you can never counta

Camainlre Feed Mate rower.Met .. R a S ...... 11_ --.... White Sands Conference con competitor "out," as more than one "darkJiorse" has gone the annual basketball ban the Lake Venice Men' Golf t
Lloyd Twin. Jt4-o.*! Hood Quad tin lint Club 144 and 1711! lerrye test at the VHS athletic field. all the way. This year's championship has its "dark horse" in quet Wednesday night at 7:30in : Assn., M. Hayward, Dr Wilcox '5.4..,, Mil Wi ll.cl (OlrulCall
*>alre. ......58T. Bowler of th. _h. Th. Uerkhmne. 2U4' HIP. and IU the Venice High School cafe-
....... Power and Ltord Twin. Standrnrat for4.! Qu.d City Golf C Club 1120! A big five-run first Inning by Jim McPherron, who has reached the finals with two wins J. Malone and J. Nleder- :
Hoodt I>alre, K4.14. Brltu.niFurniture Kna-lewond" But Home. 2044... BtandlnxiAnchor Southeast was the difference over Ted Malone and John Grigley. He must wait for his teria. 'yssss':'\ '''' HUGH
1J' .I"t : De.11n Caraa Ji4 Oil 16.18': Th Derkhouea. .k19. KMI and Venice placed Roy hits came in first with a score '
... as Venice kept chopping away championship 36-hole final John mmeMrun
Allen. Nurmlna Hone 22-14. and Rou. H. .. 0"V opponent as Snyder plays witha McPHERSON
f', H.I_*. Sinclair Fir.I. Frederick" Sailthl Draper! anil Fibrin at the lead after settling down Buzz Miglearlse, the defending champion, in this semi-final Lagenaur and Bob Harrison, of plus 9. In second place
71P1! Helen (...11. II7-H29 Marchk. Jamue ..10...., Fnilewood1 Bank IMj, through the final six frame match. respectively, on the team. Con- score of plus S was the team P59-139 488-4567
Martha Hofcerte. Shoei Inc. 1011| Batlrwood I
,y t,114. | VI Pitmanerud mr_ Bank ill and 2J14. Standlnmhoe. Three errors, two walks, a FINE GOLF IN OTHER FLIGHTS ference' champion Riverview Is
the "10 ipllt. Bowler of th seek
F.KI Frederick. Standlnn, Relll. U.1dIA 1 >-0. ind. I.11.1(0.blrnl0M.., -!': F-nilewood.."0.E..I Bank.. 4>- single and a sacrifice fly produced In the Lake Venice Flight Guy Bennett meets Les Love represented by Mike Fetzck, .

con. IM7: Iiare.SuKn Flower. i1,1IV. (,nn Claml low Frre t2 the five Seminole runs lace in the semi-finals, while Knute Erickson has already Jim Hansen and Greg Gilli- OWNER WANTS TO SELL
Marchlon KaUurant 4 \
4"(41 > Ill. and 201 for $4I Gerald, Duke 12.Au. land From Palmetto, T. J.
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they came
460\\io. finished and is awaiting the outcome of this match.
.". Shock 201 and III. and .... 7 CHOICE CITY LOTSFOR
and Bill Tillett se
.Seerlieft Jim Kent. (Colllea: Soft Mood I........ Loa... Jo. Kluk. bat. They added single talliesin Dr. Robert Wilcox is the lone semi-finalist in the 2nd Carter were

wok...144: M. 11..1......",. CulMim... Ml, WIll.Du-lnn. 114 and 08'! Gertrude the third, fourth and seventh flight while Arthur Norton has reached the semi-finals of the lected.
('him. soft w. 101-111 Gulf Kla.k. lull Wind Marine. 117 and 88'| I Southeast placed Steve THAT MODEL HOME CHOICE
Cooet Develnprnrnt and ConMruc'1IXSJOM Will-Du-lnn' II' and 17'>. Slandlnnl innings. 3rd flight
Po."" el th* werk. JimClout. Summers and Dale Gasklns on 2 to 4 Blocks to Venice Public Beach
WIIIDu.l.n.II.. ,; CoUlf Wind Marlne. In
Venice scored In the the 9-hole Sam has moved into the
one run flight, Colloway
Jin Sander and fine O BrianPtandlnni / 12044904. and V..... Heatlnf the squad while Sarasota is
4 Culluran Soft Water. 17V..I. -.: 1042.Boutk. fourth, another in the sixth and semi-finals. CITY WATER AND SEWER
.. Lumber. Car 9$-ll.; Radford.Onitnietlon '. represented by Jeff Hipson
Florida C1..I'dl. M4..dFk a pair in the seventh. ST. PETERSBURG OPEN
From 81' to 150'PRICE
10.10.l.oh .. other than the invited Frontages
O.terhuber Don UaneU I. Realtor. Anyone
Two nits Apiece Last Wednesday, I visited Skip Alexander, host Pro at
Bavarian T.r.rn Mum MeTrath 1H and Mil I Urin Bradlna Pub. attend the banquet
., Mvakka Lou..*. 841 Bill brnv. h. 1I..h_ 116; Lee Brooeb Dick Shep Lawrence and Craig the Lakewood C.C., and together we played a practice round. guests may and
..... Mrakka Uninn. imMktm. .. by making reservations with : $4,500 $4,700
f 4 B 4t4 SIM h t7 : llejl Bawl, I. Realtor. >
Thompson got two hits apiece Although this round week before the which
Bowlm of "'. week Halph An ... 001 and l 07. gtandlnnt Th* Paint one Open, Venice Athletic Director Bill
Jim. Pander. and Burk Shenxu. 11111Goof Mart 41!",""'"; Avenue. Apparel II. for the Indians The only ex. starts today, the tour might find the layout in pretty tough FRANK C. RAEBURN
151. Herman Diika 124. Fred 1': ("Op. HIM Water Work. til-It. and Smith at 4885728.Myakka
tra-base hit by Venice was shape Fairway lies will be tight and not opportunitiesto
Yaela. 214 Fred Simerlr. 407. L rrrJotintm. Itn.I........ 811./n/ .. 4 loan 10-40 many
101. Standlnn: Happyland Stranllni ._ Trie Nit/ Nor. nered by Ben Sanders a hit wood shots to par 5 hole. REALTOR
tt4.: 0..lf-en-B.r. te-lO B 4 B Bar wood, Mel Wood. ttyetema IvOt, BernetaDomin. double. I was surprised to see the many out of bounds holes and
1204.1104 Norwood Roof ln0, 5211, Action LanesIn
CaWwell C.irt Fm Mavleben\ 1 Tor TV.4-1 and 1IM Standlnini Mel Wood Terry Caudle worked six Innings the length of many of the par 4's. If the wind is blowing this --d

tare Bealton, 111-oM WI. PorhrM io 8,._ ".IT: Norwood' Rooflni 4l-.; for Venice, giving up week as it was then, some of the scores could be interesting.

of .the, 1004...k.Rriall Kir.nor Driwa t lower t',14.ana rkmlerl BeujrBurkett. and Kdie-Vaa.Action. TV(Ondal 81....1_..... Lexn. four of the five hits while walk. There is no question that the long hitters such as Nick- Basketball

High. handlriv lam., Helen -M..... P.w..', V.,. Ohplno. Ing six and striking out seven. laus Gralby, Souchak, Nichols and Patt will have an advantage -
Welton l>7 : hill handicap lerlea, Elinor ... Center, 1>I and $191! Cl.re-N- Bill Brown hurled the final
shorter irons the This have tremendous
Flower. 631 Standlnn, EnilewnodMurarrr. J0 A..... lull and "21. Standlnm Q on to greens. could a
I4 4-16S' Artlitle Brautr Baku. A G- II...... W-Mi: .clare.N-Jo/ Apu.Mij42S frame and gave up one hit and bearing on the putting too, as these boys will be Tourney Finals .DFCKHOUSE
4IH-I4H: Firet Federal. 4447AMerlraH ; and 1'.,.... ..1/.-.. II" while baseon
Mi..nl. Lean Ralph Batea, Mail one run issuing one hitting S and 8 irons with more control to the pin, than the
Raoflna1 .' F.n.lewedRnulre .... lOT: Rill "Srhroeder, lIqu...., III! balls and getting one victim boy. hitting 2 and 3 irons.A Myakka Lanes whipped National

AI ...J.rrett..'''',. American H.wle.' of Konln hnalewoao, 1141,, Kquarea 24-11"29: and M..2.>..l.. Stindinnl 21-17,! and Craftxmen Imp via the strikeout route. four-round total of 280 should be good for the $3.200 Guard, 72-53 last Mon-

U!: Kiwer Brothrn. 1014 K tom Howlen of th. w..... Job. l>eVeaa Enihnreod Fablaff Mi... 1... at 2:30: at the Venice though. r
way Basketball tournament at the
and Ken Kendrlrk Standmn" : KerAiener. ,
Kmburr Willow Lane Court. 12 and DAYS
Ii-11; tap H.... 11-11' Amertcaa 4K|: Kirk Kuykendall 11..1...... L.... field in a non-conference game. My choice would be Dow Finslerwald Tony Lem or Sarasota High School gym and / A WEEK

Kooflng. 12-14. dry. 10' and Ml En.I...... Laundry., Although the Kaydets are Bobby Nichols. These are all deadly iron players and this will earned a berth in the finals -

Summer Wall.. Nareerr 2UJ(>4-2-
.....ITlI.l Buwlrr of th..lo. ; Pete. To_.. 17-111 OTove .City Conference in basketball, they GREENS AT LAKE VENICE sole Sod-EMR game to be play. -.r' Sandwich
M tl4l. and Hlllow lenr Court "1. Lunches
Bill bnna Jim Cobb pit ked .. the 47.t14 2k Bill Phillip F... MI... Bob6Gffor. /l. play an open schedule in baseball Many have been noticing a change in the putting surfaceof ed next Monday

II aplit.Th.: \Htandlnn\..blo" Well Hood and> Uairr.T.ylori .. Lend-O-8un, 100 and 180!IG. and track since they depart the greens lately, and although complimenting on the beau The championship game is
... _.
Hardware, 81-11. Bard Minufaeturintand Mrhola, H.I Plnclalr. liT for their home base in tiful condition of them them SPECIALS MONDAY Thru THURSDAY
and 171; Venice. Cam_ *44! H.I...'. are finding putting set for March 23.
Venetiaa Oardena 12-14. Sl....'.. U2$ Standlnmi Oleon. Bakery. Lyndon Ky.. before those sea. In November all courses in Florida must reseed with Gary Jenkins paced the My-

Venlce.Nokoa.il Bank Can ana DIUJimmr 7444: H.I.,.... Sinclair, 47V40': sons are completed. rye, as cold weather chills Bermuda and halts growth. Until akka attack in the big win over 5 1.50
. and Lann 4AJRC
M. 1' S0744II; BuBtevenntn choice of Entrees
Hlaloik Iniuranc 140414 : J ; I.IU PROGRAM two weeks ago the greens were fast and the ball took very National Guard with 27 points. ....................

I'.bet Blue Ribbon 1141414 Bowler of Early Denier Hleh J. Marl little break. Now that warm weather has arrived the 328 Chuck Reiter and Edgar Gay Served With Core Slaw Ton Salad
the .... Jenny Manco and Mewartatemuoa. Power. 1 1 and 111 : Undo Pod, 171
1'.'. Blue Hfbbrm rolled aHR and 402.Early. Billie StarsIn Bermuda is growing, which gives the greens more thickness were next in line with 12 points
aerated vame with Individual! ..eorwM If.. J.l.rCorn A..II. and also more break on putts So if you are having a little apiece.. Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6
lTI-IO.207.1 .nd 17$. KtandmmHendrlekl 2I> and 440! Coleni ea1T1 and p.m.
Co".''''''.'. ...... PabrtKlu 410 .. trouble making putts lately, don't blame yourself but now -----

SelLRonewreea* JUbboB. 84-101 J-io-a-Pajr. Dnin ISO Y.nM ror 12'Rl..xl.n: Tony G.r-. 1.1.I2Lu. ...... 144 Pittsburg that the Bermuda is (coming back, stroke more firmly and Rams .10, KMI 0 HIGHBALLS, MANHATTANS MARTINIS SOc

... .... play the breaks .
Bay II. David Builoci. you see.Fishing KMI-was held to one hit Saturday
Lorile: Cooper, Venetian Ill ana ZMl, Debbie. Tb t, 17 AT THE JETTIES
Gardene 114471 Venetian Card and 111 by Riverview's Ronnie
.... 7011: Wlmmera' Real 1 Iwut. 2ult .. ..... Bantami P.,,,* Roth, Spring Camp Andrews and the Rams romp-
Bowler of the Janet EnleTleld.Do .
I 101: Pale Taylor 124
Roil and HeleB Ca.all each I e200- Bitarday Nl.ht Sweeper Winner- ed to a 10-0 victory over the
........ th* 4-14. ipllt and 8hlrler' Smith O. K. Smith lit with ISO i Auatln Shock Harry Billie, who signed a News Kaydets in a game played at '
the 4.,... Standlnm. Co..'. nab. 24. sod with 111, and Jo* Mortaa>ura ltd baseball contract Sarasota. GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL
Wart. Auto Ser.10*. J6. Bhrod Jewel.a with MilVHS. professoinal
S*. last year with the Pittsburgh Left-hander Andrews struck
Senior. rUbM Milll _.. M4. Pirates after starring in foot out II of the 18 men who came

13: lIbi.m, ttl ; Jim. Shlelda.Bowk 117Ifcodlea Golf Team ball basketball and baseball at Fishing has Improved during seven black grouper and 12 to the plate and he walked only Carry Out .
1042 IHvera 2M4.
.n of th. ..b: Mare ".."....... Millie Naples High School, Is making the past week as evidenced by bluefish. one in the abbreviated five-
Reaaa and Arthur Berk gundlnn: Hlih To Host MeetVenice the Pirate "brass" happy with two recent catches made by inning contest Catcher DaveMessink BUCKET of.
I>.lvra, 40lSM4 Skunk Hollow* M411 Other fine hauls reportedwere
Cuba 1144.Uttrel his showing in intra-squad Mr and Mrs. Frank Boyer, garnered the lone .
; Indian golfers finished
games during the early stagesof winter residents of the Noko- : KMI hit.Meanwhile.
Ceatret* Teacher Inn5Wdot fourth in a four-way meet
11 : V.* Davla 451; GerreMyen spring training at the Pitts- mis area. Russell Barrand, Florida the Rams were
204471, Lucky Joe.. 414-1764 held Friday at Port Charlotte burg camp in Fort Myers. Sunday night fishing the Inland I Pines Trailer Park and Ontario collecting 10 safeties off John
Bowler of th* week, Han Myen and first
trailing ChIcken
Jo* Duell. Clean B...... 6447. Lucky Country Club According to George Zuraw waterway, they hooked Canada, three reds 9, 8 and Waller. Andrews and Richard
..... 48-401. : V..:. V.II., ..... 447Vi place Manatee by 12 strokes art-time advertising managerfor I six snook and a 10-lb. redfish.I 7 lbs., Manasota Bridge, using Noel had two hits apiece for
Th.nday Ni: ht Mned' Stella Lar. 177 to 165.Charlotte.
,.. 16., Barbara Yaner, 440! Frank the GONDOLIER, and They also had their tackle live shrimp the winners.
Febater, tlO. A.. Ch........ IH2: Ac* High was runnerup Pittsburg scout who signed broken on four occasions. The
226. Jim with 172 and KMI third with Cecil Englewood] 8Ib.
Chimiman. ganden 114 Bo.l.ors Hazard
Billie the has collected couple made another good haulof
f the
.k boil Anderaoa andAo
Chevman SUndmea, Royal Cabln 174.Martin four' hits in seven times at bat snook speckled trout and trout off Manasota Bridge. Swim $2 60 WHOLE 2 scored 38 to ,
401,491 Myakka EnMrprtoea Satava a
a triple double and two reds on Monday night.
441.. Fliher 1 Electric. 6.44h take medal honors for the Indians 70 ((10 Pieces)
singles. He has played defensively Their fish log since Nov. 5,
C.U,"'. Black UM 8...... Bub Danny Kiehl in
Mite. The II... Shop. 126. Bob Pear- came at third and behind the shows 135 snook, some in the Pinochle PlayersVie WaterAT WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW
.... Nokontu Phoom.e,. 411: RadfordOonitruetlon with a 42 and Bill Johnson fireda plate. 12 and 14 Ib class, and all on I 1/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS
117. 7-Up 1M.. Larrr 43 Ken Walker was last witha
III..., 402. Bowler of th. week rredMelaon Billie a Seminole Indian Is lures or live bait. fall
Xtandlnri W..... Auto M,. '4. well.known by local fans for The Boyers admit they fish orders packed In foil lined buckets)
Tic.. 4741 : Bod.... Paintlnf. 444i: Venice will host KMI, Sarasota For Tides Warm Mineral
LOT' Outdoor 4444. and Fort Myers tomorrowat his versatility in all sports hard, lose plenty of tackle and Phone Ahead your order will be ready
while at Naples High as VenIce buy a lot of shrimp but they
FaUlaff Early Bird MI>*1 chuck
Lake Venice at 2:30
Taylor' Van, Furniture. 22*; Uav : p.m played the Eagles once in feel it pays off. In addition to Springs PHONE 488.5075

Bowen, Hamilton Hoot... .a 7: Hamll. football, twice in basketballand their fishing they square
Ix 24.11'. 044: B.ne. Vending 112' VENICE SHUFFLEBOARD: In TournamentAction W. T. GRANT CO.
1owkn .t tho week. Do". J..n B... of New once In baseball during dance one night a week and 12 Miles South of Venice
Bert Porter Jersey
.nd D... &.n.11. Do. J.0. Bon'. 196162. round dance another night. The
1M-5I1. Dav Bowen rolled 14 .'..I.bl was elected president of the On US 41 RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
.tribe. five to nl.h, nme on. and at fishing dancing and regular In the first session of k I'
Venice Shuffleboard Club
fie. to Boot I.me two, Standmn, : Seymour observance of Sunday makes the duplicate pinochle championship ---
Muilc/ and F lo.rd'e the meeting of the organization
Awnlnn' !tI. annual
Ill V....* Qu, 2HV1I<,, Pun OIL on Monday VIIS Track Team for a pretty full week for the held Tuesday at Venice

I4-1*. of Venice I active couple. Civic Center, saw Dave at' ,,' 'I .' t tM
Richard "
Fox was a\ I/ \tb I/ JI\ J/
Blalerk I........ Pro Rchmltt. re-elected vice president and In Meet Catches reported by ROY'ISporting Rapp of South Fallsburg N a\w \ =- a1
lemon Bar Lumber" 2fll : Horn-t. Do- County Goods include: .
Y. and A. G. Campbell of Venice ;
min DuncBn ( ho r,lrt. t 2K Heath Ken Nellson was re-elected -
<:........... Home. lOH'-StH Row Nn Mr. and Mrs Edward Askey, take first In the north-south 'q ; ; \';
of the ...k. Call Hill' sod Ad Heath secretary-treasurer. Venice High School' track R
III". Pelto' eon<.,... the ....10 .pllt The annual installation din team, victorious in the only Nokomis three reds eight position with 80 points.
Standlnn: Woll,,'. On..Hour M.ot t ti' sheepshead fishing in the bay
< held at .
ner will be Tuesday start of First In the east-west position
Ine 70411 Dunean Chevrolet, 4>4I 1964 campaign will with live shrimp. The largestwas
Rawlei Live/ On.. HI.14 Fisherman's Wharf. go after the county title Saturday -! with 67Mi points were Mrs
7-Ib. red landed by Mrs.
is XX- *: -K: morning at Sarasota in a Askey on light tackle after a Carl H. B Rauch Shaw of of Schonrlc Englewood N.and Y. JOIN OUR
meet scheduled to get underway 13-minute battle. ,
VENICE MOVIE LOG at 9 a.m.Coached I Other results in the north-
I by Jim Somers the I Ralph Prittie, Palm & Pines south position: ;;03(4)
Trailer Park 18';-Ib snook, ST.
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL Indian thinclads are strong in bay using shrimp. I Leslie Heath, Venice and a PATRICK'SDAY

DRIVE-IN THEATRE both track and field events and Henry Metz, South Venice, 71; ,
TenliM Onlrrr are to the Peter Merlllat, Wauseon
,...... ,...d Prt. Frld.y ..1 RB.rd.r expected give larger Ohio 16 reds largest about 10 Richard Doyle] East Orange,
county schools Sarasota and ,
< ?' uv MI mr H<.I 'IFTTFrMiv "n"'TR PAIR" N. J. and Walter Wolf, Ven
DlO PIANO CONCERT: ..d Rivervlew, a good battle for lbs., three trout largest about ice, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman PARTY
"THIl BRAVADOS" first place. albs. Lemon Bay off Manasota
Grobmaw, Winamae, Tnd,
Will a 01 Ril-...,riliir'. ".nd.. ... Mond' Double winners last week in Bridge shrimp. (tie) 57; A. S. Porter, Point
"LOBO"Snnil.T "PEYTON PLAfll- the win over KMI were Paul Earl Mitchell, Venice; Harry Pleasant N. J. and D. M.

Peden In the 100 and 220 and Luzader, Alamo Ind.; John I Miller Point Pleasant, 47; Mr. SATURDAY EVENING

"CAPTAIN Thr NFWV1AN.Werineuter M. D." I .ll- forth .. U. S. 41II Bruce MacDonald in the shot Peterman Venice Lnd Henry I end Mrs. Abe Mandel, Venice
wildGretere and discus Bob Harrison took Barren West Lebanon, Ind., 46.
Perk anil Time Cartli aer car the pole vault and tied for aboard the Ethel-Lee, using March 14

first in the high jump. spoons, dudes_ and cut bait I I Additional results in the

east-west position:
Charles Wldman, Kingslow:

N. Y., and Arthur Brooks,

DOUBLES Rahway N. J., 66; Charles

& H GREEN Newell Philadelphia and Carl
Schoenholz Connersville\ Ind., FLOYD AND HIS LEPRECHAUNSFUN
63: W. S. Franklin. Simcoe

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Mrs. Thomas Williard from Downers Grove Ill, visited Mr
and Mrs. A. J. Masin at 1425 at St. Clair Road last Thursday. At t ,
]Mrs Masin owned and operated the Wood ridge Nursing Home y t 1 1s
In Downers Grove for 11 years and Mrs. Williard was one of the

registered nurses working for Mrs. Masin and was a very good
4t1'tj one Mr and Mrs. Masin retired to Florida in 1960 and are very
active in civic and social affairs -
here. the past two weeks to be near s ,w
-o_ her niece Miss Kathleen Pom-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harris dexter who underwent cardiac -A
of Neptune Drive had as surgery Mrs, Townsend, being
luncheon and dinner guests a registered nurse, states she
last Thursday Mrs Olin Ross got to witness the open heart
and Mr and Mrs Harold Ap- surgery and how marvelous It
gar of Cincinnati, Ohio. was to have the privilege to
.- watch and see the techniqueof l
Mr. and Mrs. Ced Logan of surgery for such operations f fv
r Neptune Drive visited relativesin Dr. Ferguson was the cardiol-
Clearwater Beach from igist and performed the opera
Tuesday to Thursday of last tion in Barnes Hospital in St
week Louis Miss Poindexter is getting

-0Mrl. along fine and expects to
fly back home to 1y
Walter Venjhaus from
y1 /
u 1I
Beach next week. She Is
Oj'>ter Bay, N Y., arrived a reg-
: N istered nurse, too, and hopesto
Wednesday for an extended
resume her duties .
lait with Mr and Mrs Guy
=HARD J. O'SHAUGHNESSY of Venice marketing director for Lcono.Car International :- Wood on 1860 Bayshore Drive rM ANEW

nld i two-day rent-a-car seminar at Inc as a token of his acceptance of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller of V _
I,deth. N J. Here he Is receiving an the dealt ship for his firm for Sarasota I Neptune Drive have as house- _I
,;ioCar model from Dan J Kraft, general County The Trailer residents of Brook To guests, Mr and Mrs. Frank BOY'S RANCH FIREHOUSE fund ed by the Florida Sheriffs Association Other
Bay Park planningto
are Masin of Libertyville, 111 Mr. drive has been given a substantial boost with UVFD members in the picture ore, left to
dinner have a ham and pot luck and Mrs. Masin plan to live In the presentation of t $100 donation from the right, Lester M Mintle, board chairman;
/few Auto Rental Leasing St Patrick's Saturday Day.In celebrationof Florida in the future. Union Volunteer Fire Department of Nokomis William K. Boatner assistant chief test secretary I

-0MI' -o- A check for $100 is presented by UVFD and William J Miller, president ad
Fire Chief Frank Hyder (second from right) fire captain
Formed Carl Stark who lives on Mr, and Mrs. L. O Gilletteof \ to Sheriff Ross Boyer for the project sponsor- (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Ofcondorf)
Bay Shore Drive
firm By Venetians attendedthe
SR 773 drove a car to be de-
livered to Chicago returned to regional district meeting er resident at Moltonua East
last Thursday of the chaptersof was on a .short trip here from
f: to handle] car his home Wednesday,
new m Nokomis
the National Assn of Retir Netting West Palm Hearst where she
:1 r-time leasing ed Civil Employes which are I Is now living. Ttux/c: who miSs.
:..n fc" d here and will Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell located along this part of Flor ed her while here really miss
T n. : E on-Car of Sara- from East St Louis, ILL, have ida's West Coast. Mr. Gillettewas ed something in not seeing a
l 11" franchise covt High School been living on Fifth Street off one of the state federation (Pinch- hitting for Bertha Perkins) gallant and charming lady.

t -e county Manasota Road during the past officers who were present. Ap Mr and Mrs. John E. Hayland, Clark's Mills, N Y., drop -
'r c"s are Richard J. few months, have had as gueststhe proximately 125 retirees from ped in on the Harry Chalks for a few days on their way home Dear Bertha Perkins W.
; -c Sr. president, past week Mr and Mrs the federal government attended From Key West They brought our beautiful warm, weather with are so glad to hear you may
nil Ki ck, vice-presi- News Emmet Eversmeyer from East _and heard interesting talks them as Key West has been very warm. be back with us by the firstof
and Howard, J Vaughn, ; St Louis, 111 Mr and Mrs. and comments from the national -<- the month. All are glad to
I.IT.tn urer Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. I secretary, Mr Clarence So glad to know that Ruth Bell Is back home from her *o- hear that you are much improved -
'e w"I i I r ve available late fly PIAVE LEMIART and GENE Eversmeyer plan to leave next Tarr, from Washington, also ourn in the hospital All is in health and your tens!
'i of all makes 0- EDDY week to return to their homesin Mr Murphy Steen, presidentof well once more and we are all have had a recent visitor from gay self once more.
['jic 'y said "Besides At their meeting last week Key Clubbers selected the people East St Louis the state federation, Mr. glad, Lexington, Mass., Mr. Myron -0-
:' .'c will' have attractive they wanted as their leaders leaders of the school and Roscoe Maeue.. field vice ores!- -0- Bailey Mrs Harlie Brant has goneto
or lon.time leasing, for community Dennis Fleming will serve as president with Tom dent of the national organization The Ray Baxters are back North Carolina with her
>'I Bhas: long been a Landgraf/ as vice-president. Ray Joelson as secretary, and Jim Mr and Mrs Ray Lesch of and chapter presidents from their trip to Orlando. Mr. Walter Randall anotherof daughter, Mrs. John Prevette
n th.i area" Van Keuren as treasurer. At the same meeting Key Club decided 1941 San Remo Point Drive from Sarasota, Bradenton En-i They went up there to visit the Portland people, is stay from Smithfield, N C., who
ino.(; headquarters have to donate a tree to fill in the bare space by the Ziegler Memorial drove to Sanlbel and Captiva glewood-Venice, Fort Myers friends on their usual winter ing this year at Crest Apartments has been with her mother for
rr'-t', >d at the Good- 1 on the high school Island Sunday to visit with and Port Charlotte and district rekCongratulations. Venice. some weeks. She will recover
uto C, "it'r, In the Ven- campus Using their physical Key Club elected their 1964 63 some friends. They are Mr. leaders and past presidents of -0- further from her recent attackat
5hoppin; Center' capabilities they plan to fill officers and the cheerleaderswere and Mrs. Walter Cortelyou of several chapters Vacationing and good Mrs. Elizabeth Easley, form the daughter's/ home there.
in the holes In Turin Street to chosen Pine Island and Mr and Mrs NARCE members from several wishes are in order to Miss
improve the school entrance, -0- Tim Meyers of Fort Myers. other states were in attendance Karolyn Wintill who will be
r Demonstration Is to build a take-off for the high Eight girls were selected They Rot( together and enjoyeda It Is always emphasizedthat married within a few days to
jump and pole-vault pit, and to Monday afternoon to lead the picnic lunch After lunch they all retirees from the fed Mr John Brewster of Venice.
heduled At VGRCre wash the blackboards and windows Indians on to victory next year. viewed the beautiful shell exhibit eral government or District of -0I Attention Drivers!

of the VHS classrooms Members returning from this at Fort Myers. Columbia are urged to join Oscar Scherer Park was the
V! ke's! artist leew year's varsity squad are Sally I
and a different room each week. their fellow retirees at these site of the family picnic of the
-. ..1 ':ve a two-hour Capasso and Melody Wendt, meetings
} d'miration Satur- while the five Junior Varsity Mr and Mrs James A Bairds, including Mr. and Mrs is MARCHYOUR
d i V :e Gardens Recre- With the Senior Play out of cheerleaders Marilyn McPhcrron.Janie Townsend of Bayshore Driveare -0- Stewart Baird and Miss Marlon I
Center the way, things havevsettleddown Johnson, Susanllat- a little lonesome at this Mrs Jennie Roth returned Baird Not having had their

to normal around VHS- fox, Nancy Taylor and Wendy time.: Their house guests, Mr to her home In Coatsville, Pa., once-a-year get-together picnic BIRTH MONTH? I
e will:
pro-am; begin at if you can call any week in the Dillon, are now full-fledged end Mrs. G. E. Baker left Fri last Tuesday She has been the they thought this a fitting/ occasion
1'1 school year "normal"! The Varsity cheerleaders Liz i day for Miami to visit with I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward to say goodbye to MarIon -
'T-!n ing done at her last basis for several of next year's Smith is the only girl chosen friends before returning to McBride on Neptune Drive the Baird's houseguest the past IF SO, please check your driver's
C deration( is cur- activities selected their home in Va several weeks Miss Georgette
were duringthe who will begin her first yearas Petersburg, past few weeks I
on e .it at the Robbins, who will be leaving
Center '
past two seeks when the a cheerleader. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Baker have been -0-
I girls, and keep those guests of Mr and Mrs. Town. shortly, license. It may ,need renewal .
send for the six weeks, Mr and Mrs Samuel Taylor -0-
F e'Resdenl spirits up! past -
and reported they enjoyed on Wentworth St:, and theirguests The Otis Wyershers from

Money earned- -by a Student every minute while here in Mr, and Mrs Frank Westbrook, Maine, are stayingin
Florida Hough of West Lebanon, N. H., Nokomis this winter so as
Council Car Wash on Feb. 29
stopped in to say hello to Mr. to be near their friends the JOHN T GRAHAM
will be used to finance the ,
I and Mrs A. J. Kroupa on Neptune Ted Moultons of Nokomis East.
ON FLORIDA'S tomOSIC CASPARIUA SOUND "parking service lot" project of nnd theirs.oth- Mr and Mrs. George Rettin- Drive Monday evening. Sarasota
er projects
I County Judge
ger of 1949 Forked Creek Drive -o- Mr and Mrs. William Stoverof
t AKD THE outF OF, MEXICO. Their "parking lot" projectwill
< enjoyed an all-day visit Satur- Portland, Maine, who is
consist Mr and Mrs. L. 0 Gilletteof
of marking the I
day with their son-In-law and staying at Bay Shore Nokomis
parking places, numbering daughter Mr. and Mrs Walter Bayshore Drive had the
them, and issuing,: parking per- pleasure of a visit, Wednesdayand
," : mits with corresponding num- MiamI.Dehrmann and family from Thursday of the field vice .a.e. .111.e..e..e..H.. .. .. ..s..e..eee..

bers to the students Accord. president of NARCE, Mr. and ,
ads g Ing to President Bruce Byrd Mrs. Roscoe Mague. They are :
l the permits will be Issued either Mrs. M. L. Townsend of on an extended trip to visit
upon completion of the Overbrook Road recently returned several NARCE chapters in
marking or at the beginningof home from being in St the west and northern part of

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recreation area at the Community met last Thursday afternoonat 0 wood, Port Charlotte and North of Our Lady 01 Fatuna." AllCatholic sting\ slides of the missionarywork In Africa. The for their quarterbIII"---;:
II NPC/ Club Center and Join the fun. [ the Community Center. De- Port Charlotte, with the special ladies in this! area are they are Missionary doing Circle a leader each tlrt1t
Notes The Ladles report on
i i The Civic Association Is partment Inspector John Herb I service to be held at Port urged to attend these meetings. will meet at 1 p.m. today at I i. doing and what the their.If
working on intensive -
an memo Rogers conducted the annual! Charlotte. will roll
The board
drive and Mrs. Heath Bob- the church. group made their ,rear
Boatmen In North bership at this time Inspection of local BarracksNo. .0- Rev. Mid-
Port Charlotte Center bandage for the Baptist disbursement
and -- 2743, and Director Harvey Members of the South County bett, missionaries from French and bill
In Assam
be interested surrounding In area will President Carl Meyer announced The Democrat Club of North Mims gave a review on the Epiphany Guild will meet at Equatorial Africa, will be th* Missions Hospital tranaaeted. since the lest r
knowing that log
have ; that a Mixed Shuffle Port Charlotte will meet next latest developments on veterans 1:30: p.m. Monday, March 18, Speakers at the Sunday service India. .
men been
ing at work stak League started last Wednesday Wednesday evening, March 18, pensions at the Recreation Center in of the First Baptist Churchon I ot 0- Mr Frank Stubbs __
out the Myakka River with 10 couples competing at 7:30 pro at the Community National Deputy Chief of Warm Mineral Springs. The March 19. They will have Member the four Circlesof tell to Circle J, Mrs.
around Bird Key to make It In the so far He Center Mrs adult classes at the Women of the First Rodgers was hosteq
games urges George Booker is Staff Edgar Prout discussed president Mrs. Elizabeth -charge of the to C
possible to navigate this par. the league to come out next president of the club. plans for an area Memorial arson has announced that Sunday School as well aa the Presbyterian Church of North J, Mrs. Gordon Blend
ticular area without running interested !In pet.-j afterward. At Port Charlotte gathered at the Jess to Circle 3 Mq
anyone joining -- service on Memorial Day, May Arthur Van LIU will worship service and
aground at low tide. Wednesday at 1 to the The World will show Inter- Church on Monday afternoon Pickens had
p m War I Veterans 30, which will Include Engl. the Guild on "The Blue T p.m. they Circle tUnA
AU you do la follow the green --
arrows to El: Jobean bridge
There is only about three feet
of water at low tide and this
mill be a great help.
OM Yow Gwlce
William Brink with the
help P
pf John Rife, Dean Roeder,

and David Paul Rife Helling, Leonard Jr., Bostock put the FOLCER'S
stakes in and the boat club 4 1 tin 1
furnished the mater-
9 49cSUG
ial.The / SAYE 5 SAYE
t next meeting of the Boat
t Club will be on Thursday 20c 20cp
I0 Community March 19, at Center.7:30 p.m. at the

There were forty-flve memo COLONIAL
bers present when the Greater

Pittsburgh evening, March Club met 5, for Thursday their ''b

regular monthly meeting at the
Community Center. In the absence
of the president Mr. oti G A' 5 g49CSave
r Bates, the vice president, Allan FkCELLti$ SAVE
Dagg presided at the meet
tog Mae IHadhe rck12TVn4! ZQc

Mr. Dagg resigned as vice VENICE STORE ONLY
president due to the pressuresof
other offices he so ably fills
in the clubs, 9 o.m. te 9 pm. Mon thru Frv
The club also announced the 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat. More On Fine Qualify Foods At KWIK CHEK !

second in a aeries of dances VS. 41 a SAN MARCO DR.

sponsored by the club, will be Plus You Get Free TOP VALUE STAMPS
on March 21 at 7:30 p.m. r.a-- -
at the Community Center This SAVE )< THRIFTY MAID OLD MILWAUKEE .
is for members and theirguests .wa.wM..aaw+a. aeesearar

only. Milk Nat I l0 IAVE ?< -fHRnY MAlI SAVl3c HlIMl SAVISe SrARKlST
The four new members Introduced as BEER
AsroR rguN6 Whole Unpeeled TomateW4 Light Meat Chunk
at the meeting were SAVE 1 10e ti
Mr, and Mrs. Harry Brosey, I 6 Pak Carton
: S
John Unhart and Mrs Ralph Juice --29 0 up 1
Rodger 12-oz. throw>away Apricots Tun a

The Greater Pittsburgh Club SAVE Sc ASST. COLORS HUDSON FACIAL J bottles'

; next 2 meets at 1:30 meeting of: the each p.m.first will month Thursday be on and Apnl evening theM Tissue S I9l $9 5 $) 00 T A den lOc No.IWtTVw Va Can 25c

-0- Limit 2 with order purchases Licit the LIaJt T w

The Auxiliary Volunteer will Fire meet Department on. Tissue t::T- 3ge'f

Thursday, March 19, at the
home of Mrs F. H. Henriksen SAVE tt THRIFTY MAID GREEN LIMA
364 Marius Road. The previous Beens10'l GKIJ A ? HAND tad. l.a* W-O IRAND Quid Froi.n Covt
would fall i
t on Maundy W-O BRAND IU. CHOKI 'hnsectW Gr Se'A' RAKING
Thursday, March
28 The meet LARGE Ground
ing will begin at 1:30: p.m. and SAVE Se THRIFTY MAID CUT RIBBeets
all members are urged to attend 39)CM
to formulates plans for 10' GG sl ks Beel Hens
the coming year. New officers 1 a I
will conduct their first meeting DIXIE DARLING' DINN!'
and new, important business SAVE 4l Rr.dsa .
will be discussed, Dolls %: 5C 0 SAVI !10c fc. 4 to 6 fc. Ave
C 1
St. Patrick-a Day March 17, DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON R Per 7ge 5 lb. $199 Per 39 C
been relingulshed by the Pound Pkg. Pound
Men' Garden Club Oc
in order Buns W 29' I ,
that the Community Sing may I
have their special program( at ,

7:30 p.m.Center.at the N.P.C. Community ;' fRg$ 1 !X ; W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE Close Trimmed Bone In CHUCK

residents are invited to
attend and be sure and wear CHOICE PLATE BEEP

something will be turned green over The to the evening Irish, Stew; .T": > 19'

but everyone is invited, A OAT Save lOc lb.
count of states will be made\ SWifT'S PREMIUM CORNED 4ge
to determine which is best represented SAYEIOtk
The women are plan. Reel 16 Gge Per Pound
ring a Kitchen Band, so if you S ,
happen to have a sweet potato FRESH PORKSpore
(musical instrument .
) or a barooka
bring It along. This I.an is Ribs 49 -
evening when neighbors can ;
get together and sing 'FRESH PR0DQCIUI
The Community Sing has .
been well attended and is
ing in popularity There Bacon .&. 49'TARNOWS
are ,
many good voices in North
Port Charlotte so come on out SKINLESS
and Join in on St. Patrick's + 39
Day night and, begorra, but Wieners.39' Potutoes .10
you'll have a lot of fun.
The North Port Charlotte J

Women's Shuffleboard League Sausage &. 65 ', FANCY GOLDiN YEll W
has completed its 13-week
schedule and prizes, donated COPELAND'S IN THE PlEa- Apples. .fcea. Onions 16Sa'nschweigeM9 *
by the Civic Association, were .
awarded to the winning teamof Br ( FANCY GREEN TENOtt SWEET
Bosom and Macomber. Sec-
end place went to Borlello and U a Carrots
O'Donnell. Consolation prizes h Cabbage .1h..5 2 for I9c
went to the team of Johnsonand r : SPECIALS, i
Keuhl. I 1
The ladies play each Thurs TA.m O' SEA-- HEADLESS Oil GUTU-SS 'FR02EN FOODS
day afternoon at 1 p.m. at the .
recreation area of the Community Whiting M.i 35c '

The North-0-Port Woman's Perch 'tEwb1 65c ewcu.,St.aItdH
Club will meet this afternoon i
D. 3 9
at 1:30: p.m. at the Community inners Ea-

": ly Center for their regular month. Cheese *i. 69c a I
meeting. Chairmen and

., ,I. .I .?ti j ing will be and announced the president at this meet.Mrs. Cheese. 59c Fruit' Pies 2
: _
'o 'J Paul Palmeter, urges all mem BORDEN'S OR PHILADELPHIA BRAND ,
r j bers to be present. Refreshments 33c DEERFIELD FROZEN GREEN BABY TASTE r will be served after the Cream Cheese 'd.
J meeting. SUPERBRAND a e Limas 49' Sticks fr $100 1 1ASTOR

,: The Civic Association board Cottage Cheese &(*. 29c FROZEN GRAPE VAHLSINO FROZEN FRENCH

1 Thursday of directors morning will meet March next 19, SUPERBRANDCottageCheese"c55c -a.-. Juice 5 to $100 I S $100
'. at 10 a m. at the Community .

FREE 550 Extra I '(UJ.IJJ.IJJJ.tm 'WIJ. imtwwwmm' iHwwmmwmmm&'lft'

IRONING TOP VALUE STAMPS .s so rlaacSwwd5.EXTRA. TOP .STAMPS-.. SO-EXTRA....-TOP..VALUE.. ....._STAMPS-.. 100lXTlATOPVAWESTAMPS-*..e.-.4a.-da.> '.. C1 5? Sft'55 50EXTRUOPYALUISTAMPS-....li.M 1. *! >. rili.llfolimtto ..-, iSi
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New Entrants In The GONDOLIER'S Subscription Contest


20, f P.M. (See Rule No. 4 b.low). Opportunity, Club Coupon
Votes This Week and Next TO NEW CONTESTANTS -
ER VOTES AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST VOTE PERIOD Th" coupon when by $30.00 worth of Subicri ions turned In thin week and neat by contastanti
subscriptions' wilt credit contestant Each parton who enter at a confettant will be PAID $3.00 CASH
MARCH 27. (See schedule below with 100,000 extra entered and thot who enter will earn more votes than at
) voles. if turned 'In P.M. BONUS NOW and Commiuions when the eontett ends, If ke
by ? Friday, March 20. any ether time during\ the ten ist. (Not Extra Vote). .
EVERY CONTEST ENTRANT HAS THE SAME OPPORTUNITY No ......... Subwrlptloni at $ !5.00 6 $5.00 subacri tions, a $30 Club, gives a total vote of to win I prizes
TO tARN EXTRA CASH AND EXTRA VOTES THE FIRST No. ........ Subtcriptloni $ 6.00 $. ,, ,,,, 385,000. MAKE CASH AND COMMISSIONS YOUR

AFTER BECOMING ACTIVE. N*. ......... Subscriptions! $10.00 $. ..... .. 6 $10.00 subscriptions, two $30 clubs, \give a total' vote FIRST WEEK OF ENTRY
WEEK (See Rule 4)). No. ....... Subscriptions $12.00 $. .. ...... of 865,000.
EVERY CONTESTANT WHO DOES NOT REPORT SUBSCRIP.N... ......... Subscriptions at $17.00 $. .. .. .. .. 7 $13.00 lubscriotiom, three $30 clubs, give a total vote Tnii' means that for every $30.00 worth of lubteripf torn that ere
of 1625000. TURNED IN THE FIRST WEEK after entering you will EARN
TIONS AT LEAST ONCE EACH WEEK FROM NOW ON Co n te t.nt'I Nam. . . . .. ........... Malta a lilt of your one, two and three year prospect and $3.00 whether you win or !not.
WILL BE DROPPPED. (S*. Rul. No. 13)). If you are entered NOTES N* !limit on the number of that coupons eonttttant gat them while the Opportunity Club It in effect before HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY
can UM. This I It the tame It the 1ST WEEK COUPON. March 20, 9 P.M.
rJ your name It in today list you have the Mm opportunity .. eern money end g.t winning start in th* race for tt...
It 7,t a winning\ start at other entrants who here mad I start new earl,

H you .,1 not ent..d.. you ban enter and get an even start with

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families or Immediate families of firms furnishing prizes
ire correspondents.eligible 1 i to enter this content This does not apply to .

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In Southern Sarasota Oounty, or near the county line in an AnyEntrantCanWinThisPrize
prizes.adjoining county is eligible to enter and compete for the OR COST IN CASH

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CirelJsls! Coming- To TownThrilling Lutherans Set I Venice East NewsBy Charlotte Holds Rally GOP

high acts wild anlmala I SarasotaMeet SALLY STUBBS sees him crossing the golf

acrobats tumble i course to visit the Sibleys. ENGLEWOOD "ReDuiL|
clowns and brightly coMumed r 'm 1 11411 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Erich, of 105 Paddmgton Road have cans Stand Up and Be Counted

spectacle will highlight tin Teachers of children and been entertaining people from all parts of the country Mr Mrs. Rose Peters of 110 Paddington I was the theme of the ;

appearance Monday In Vl'l1ll"l'of adults in Lutheran Church congregations Erich's former position as development engineer with United Road i fe entertaining a of Republicans of the Engle.rally

the Hoxie Bros. Cniii of the Venice area States Rubber Co., took him to many stales where he made life-long friend I Mrs, Margaret I wood.Charlotte County, held
A genuine old-time Hue"c- will meet today at 7:30: p. many friends who are now visiting him in his retirement From Vincent, from Houghton Lake I in the Englewood Savings!
ring circus und'r theb m. at Sarasota St Paul Luth Mishawaka. Ind. came Mr H. Voelkert, and Mr and Mrs W. Prudenville Mich These two Loan Assn community and

top" the show will M t.ll'(' t ten' eran Church to get acquainted Nierle From Birch and Diamond ladies not only were raised together The meeting called room
with the church. new education search had made for his for the
performances at 4 and 8 p 111.i Lake Mich., Mr and a but they raised their of Instituting
on the Venice Etem< ntirv curriculum. This is one Mrs F. Christoph, and Mr. owners and none found the families together in Saginaw anent purpose aggressive a perm.
under the of 800 similar meetings now Hank Sibleys' took him in. even Republican
School grounds ipices ,0- and Mrs. E A. Luxenberger Mich In reminiscing they told organization of
being held the Englewood.
of the Venice KIWJIUSClub throughout South Bend, Ind, visitors were though they already had two how had an old Buick racing Charlotte
United they County area
States and Canada to
pets. They named him Rusty resident
Mr, and Mrs. F. Bumiller and with two bucket seats well.
100 000 teachers for car was attended and
Proceed from the show will prepare Mr and Mrs. C L. Glaes. and he moved right: into the would have one little lastic enthuj.
the all new lesson materials They
/fa( to the club's youth and Underprivileged scheduled to Connecticut guests were Mr I family circle with Miss Blue, child apiece and away they
begin next September the pedigreed persian cat and Charlotte County Republican .
I children fund. and Mrs. C Washburn and would and half of the time ||
The church body hasa go
Ole houn dog Sputty. At the Executive CommIttee
Mr and Mrs C. Fisher, The
Billed "America's real road. They also
as Greit membership of more than not on a Chairman Don Fisher
time Mrs.
est Family Circus," the 1961 I three million in 6.200 congregations Erich present houseguest is Sibley's mother, had a Model T Ford and usedto ed the address. Fisher deliver.
ik Et Mrs Russell Shank
Mr Fred Uihleln from their was POintedout
,I, edition of Hoxie Bros. Circusis with drive it right through the that for
former home West Haven ing them awaiting the many !
said to feature almost every The Rev Dr W Kent Gil. Conn Mr Uihlein is as ardenta completion of her new housein AuSable River Mrs Vincent bona fide Republicans moving
of entertainment extended visit so they
type known 1 bert Philadelphia executive golfer as Mr. Erich and Venice East When the day plans an Into the area had for Vnmui:
under the big top I will have time to enjoy re-living
secretary of the church'sBoard arrived that the house fin reasons registered
Ir.: every day at 8:30: a.m. finds was as Demo.
The star-studded. program -,,;.. -2-1 of Parish Education, them: "on the tee" Even during ished the whole family moved old times crate. But Fisher stated "the
offers acrobatic marvels, aerial ..... .. -' .' ... -- said the purpose of the 800 area Mr. Erich working days Mama Her house is in the -- situation has changed and new

thrillers groups of trained LION TAMER Starring with the Hoxie Bros. Circus whenit coaching conferences is "to with U S. Rubber Co he found newest part of the area, Golf Mr. and Mrs William Freeman Republican residents aWare of

domestic animals. herds of appears Monday at Venice under the auspices of the Venice help teachers learn more about time for outside activities He Club Lane, circle and herds of Annandale Va. are the change are re<>isterinR a,
elephants myriads of beautiful Kiwanis Club will be Capt. Johnson and his performing the new curriculum and their founded and built the "Erich was the only house thWh;;; spending a month with Mr. and Republicans and voting in the

girls in an aerial ballet tumblers African lions A circus star for more than 40 years, Capt responsibilities in it, and to I Day Camp" on Kelsey IslandIn it came time to leave and Mrs Edwin- B. Hansen at their primary elections as such."

wire walkers gymnastsand Johnson started his career with the Hagenbeck zoo in Ham become enthusiastic about the Branford Conn. This boys' everyone was in the car they I home at 110 Sandhurst Drive He pointed out that the Stale,

a small army of hilarious burg Germany when he was 14 years old. materials." camp established 15 years ago called Rusty but Rusty stayed I Mrs Freeman is Mrs. Hansen has gone Republican In the

clowns Here In Florida, a team of started with seven boys and put and has ever since. They 's sister The visitors have last two national elections and
Acres of billowing tents cover will perform on a single trapeze board. six persons will conduct fifteen two tents. At present the camp are so happy that Mother been seen looking at lots in that the Englewood-Charlotte!
the vast climaxing her act with a its cir : meetings with teachers and the Hansensare
paraphenalia usedto Durng one-day stand has an enrollment of 175 boys Shank has such a faithful pro'tector Venice East County District has changed In
produce the "fantasy of de breathtaking drop catch by her cusgoers also will have an opportunity from grade three and up A A battery of busses pick up Although he guards hoping it Is a sign that registration rolls from so Re.
light" for and old. heels to witness the tacticsof "key pastor" in each of the interested In becoming
young and deliver the boys to the Mrs. Shank by night, daylight they are publicans In 1958 to 300 at pres.
Tickets to the show may be Performing on the ever-popular Davis, rated as one of the areas has msde the local arrangements and return them to their their neighbors ent. Fisher urged all Republl.
purchased from Kiwanis flying trapeze will be the gentlest handlers of circus elephants and will be the
any cans of the area to
homes at the end of the day go to the
seventh team member for the
Club member Flying Nelsons I .
Mr and Mrs Robert Lewis county courthouse
The Erich's son Burt was act at Punt
Star performers Include Evi As a contrast to the snarling In the past, so-called "bull area of. Christian Trexler family is education lye with his father in the camp, I Haley Rated have been frequenting the Venice Gorda and change their retie!

Kroley in a traditional bareback wild animals of Capt. Johnson men" with major circuses Leroy pastor teaching all water activities East Golf course the past rations to Republican and Join
riding act and dressage Maurice and his trained dogs have felt that rough handlingof and key pastor for the Burt is now athletic director at Few weeks The Lewis' own a their neighbors in the newly.

exhibition, along with Rocky will be on hand along with the the lumbering pachydermswith meeting Sarasota at St Paul Church in I Hopkins Preparatory School in High By ACA lot in Venice East on Padding- formed orgAnization in a con.

Jones in a trick and Roman Hoxie elephants, handled by "bull hooks" and "shack. New Haven Although the ton Road and We are anxious centrated effort to eliminate

riding act. Sam Davis ing poles" was a necessity. Erich's--are n ota in the to know when thev will leave the "reconstruction days"

In the aerial acts Martina An assortment of ground Davis has proved he can accomplish t First Captist Church operation of the camp it is I WASHINGTON D. C Rep. I their Dartmouth N. H home hangover of a one-party mOo
will appear over one ring in a acts will include Lucille De- more with his elephant still in the family as thev sold James A Halev of Flor. and build here nopoly of the government.

spectacular high cloud-swing Riskie! on the tight wire and charges with a gentle tap Will Hold Revival: It: to their son-In-law, Edward da's Seventh District received

routine, while at the other end the Van Loos combining thrills of the pole and a stem shout Brown, who with his wife, the a high rating of 100 per cent Venice
of the canvas arena Miss Heidi and comedy on the teeter. When handling- the entire Beginning Sunday. former June Erich now operate I for his voting record duringthe Area Church Directory

-- --- herd of animals their hind- it. first session of the 88th
leg stand on the hippodrome A revival at First Baptist Congress by Americans for
GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDA track Davis' only concern is Church of Venice will be held -0- Constitutional Action VENICB A4SEMBLT Or GOD SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIBT
by The Rev. W, Dean Simpsonof and Vanlea' Br.War. .t Mrrt, A...... Poe.aa Tent 4" ,..L d its, fJ
with the elephant. "OnceI Lassie Laddie Big Boy
Haley, according to ACA, has R.v. Victor Mauriea Pup Nokomis. 1'10.
M CORPORATIONMember get him to go into his rou Port Charlotte Sunday now officially Rusty finally has voted during 1961 to uphold the Atindar School. 10'00 amM 1 P.t.e, Uo5s I. .
through March 22. ,mini Worship I 55,05, a.OLBvanlna Mr.kr, B.turd.e, ioG:: .
Chamber of Commerce tine, he says, all the rest s permanent home. This beau. Constitution of the United : tea,
Set T:00 p m.Wadnaadir P..,.. 8erv1.., T isO
Services will be held at 7:30 Tuoada wln.
will follow. : iful big collie either jump.ed
dog .
DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE States and has opposed appeasement Pane Martin lOOpra.VENICBNOKOVI8 :
Another stellar performerwith p.m. every day except from or was dropped from of Communists a- NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE
Heating J and Air Conditioning the show is Perquita day a vehicle on the highway in the broad and the trend toward : METHODIST CHIRCHES

Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas Mexican aerial gymnast and Music director will be Don vicinity of Venice East. He socialism at home through centralization A...iaa ai l'HURI'HP.In Polnaattla. 4M4S9I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
muscle grind artist. Youthfuland ilhngnam, director of religi. wandered Into the development of power in mammoth John Loila Jonm. pastor. Community c.n..
Ranges Water Heaters education and music at and went from house to house Worship Sarolcaal 1,10, .-... and II Mr Tarranca J. P.
attractive Perquita pre nus bureaucracy, in Wash. .on, sandy -. II100, ..... WohyMI'We.! ..
Fret Estimates sents a thrilling novelty that First Baptist Church, Carters. seemingly searching for a ington, D C. I Church Rrhmll s 41 ..... Ch.u .. hold m.nlpn, a
I l No Job Too Big or Too Small has as its tour d'force a com tulle, Ga. H4 is the son of Mr loved one. Of course he was The 1 latest ACA.INDEX. Mrtaodlat Youth rVllow.hlp. tae, ,.. Ad.lt :eZ
bination of agUty and great and Mis Felix Dillingham, cd everywhere and staved
263 So. Trail, Venice Ph. 483-2271 which presents the results of EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
endurance members of the local church nights in various homes After ACA's 100 S. Tamlanl. Trail .....941
analysis the voting Community Canto
Pastor. Th. Re* rharl L Row
performance of the entire Unit. Church Srhooll til a.mWorshlpi Aim A Soldn.r. MlnMarRnadar .
1 H :.:,.., and I0:1/ .... ":' .m, wo.hb9..i..
ed States Congress was released ] :

reell. Chairman of the Boardof 4 ail Sogth oa U.& 41Tha At Rest HouaaNtw
Trustees. Rn MclTla H. Mryar. 4814004 M...... View
Worship Smokes 10,10 am.Riindar Suadar 1000 ... Wonhis lads
ACA has gained national attention Ichool I II ..... .-. .
bv its non.nartlsan role, Blbla claasas till ..... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

of total dedication to the .
support FIRST N BUoarnt KM.
and preservation of con CHtTRfH SCIENTIST OF CHRIST, The a... Charlta E. 00..........,
stitutional government Among '00 W.t Vaiilea' Anna* "MinlaUrBtindwl .,.- (dnolIli00a.m
the twelve members of its v., ; : =Ip Smtet
Randy: a.m.Suiutey *:41 .m, Tooni PaoptoMM.
board i of trustees are Herbert : e.rII.,. p .
Hoover the 31st Wadnaadar. i am.Rsadlna .
President and C rOO P. Gorl swap.
: Room i 10 ..,, t*: pm dully W -Uyl Yd.... Pray.
Charles Edison i-
former Democratic
wept Bundan >n governor of New Jersey. dar vcnlnm from T to 0.

and a member of the Interior Gen, of PLY and DaTla.Rt V.
Mite Eaat of Junction 41 and ma
and Insular Affairs and the Why S.nrl.a, I:80 m.m.Sunday M Andrawa. MlnaMrPhonal
Veterans Affairs Committees, School. I,II a.m.Wonhlp 4H8&OU7Baaday
Rente lliOO ..,. School. (:to am.Morniat .
was cited by ACA as a "cou- M. Y. yI,00 p.m.Blbh Wonhlp, 10:M avavYoota
ageous legislator dedicated to Study. Till pr., WadnodayCATHOI10 genrteo. fN, f.m.Franlni .
Sarvte 1.0 am.AadMaday
individual freedom and liberty Prayor .*....., TiM ...
the private enterprise system -

and preserving the inherent CHURCH; Harbor OF Drf.a THB and FPIPHANTNorth Baraaou StrartTrltDhonat CALVARY REFORMED CHURCH
American heritage for our 4M tTllRL OF VENICE GARDENS
children" R... U.aT. Ctaonr. W. Cumgilnn. HOI North Ban,. Drr a
Po..... Th. a... Frank J. 8h arr, Paatar
Sunday 11_ ..VintRrhadnla Sunday School t tt4 aavMoraine
The ACA rating Is derived "It.m. '00 a... 10:10 .... Wonhlpl 11 tOO ....
from an analysis and statistical Confeatlonat Paturda' 4'10 to Base Community Hrmaalnsi fiM PJ -
evaluation so. .nd 7110 a:50 55.
of the voting
records of the BT kAs'sm'scnmvB
Issues which in ACA's opinion h"RISDmRtAIf
have Mlnktort ,.*" A _.. St. *.*. a. ,. Gaom W. OaaaaiamPaator
a significant bearing
on 141 Th Klalto" VraloaTrlcprwaot
*t 4I preserving the spirit and principles 15LM11 .Hunday M_ I too a.m.Hobdap .
of the Constitution 4.ind y School i I ill ..,. Maaa '00 *-..
as __ .
Wonhlp Broli'M' Sundayi I,M a.m* eo.r Bfor MaalCONGRBQATIONAtXIHRISTUW
defined by the Republic's -
'sllowihlp H.II,11 a-nu Card* Statuary
Founding Fathers In its analysis :

affect those aspects of our SAINT HARK EPISCOPAL CHURCH Tha a... B Robart Cfcabl. PaD.MinlaUr .

social, economic and political ..... Donla Rlvterm 1 Doan.. Borrontorha P.t_ Roeior s....., bane hold Unporarlly .I. .*.
system. -II..do 1Ior9t_ raaw* Gardnia Bwraatloa tiny at U
Cse.a Hoh "' "ai Sunday
The legislative measures /M:: Lw: r.lb o.o':.:. : Yoslne Church School, with .1_ for alina
,.. ., /N5
P. 1Iorm. *>oapt tha dolt eta. | .
used as the basis for the evaluation ase, La Adult alhle 5wdy and .. Raeraatloa c...... Adult des I.m. Ycho"h
were enlargement of the 'hool .. .. bom* of r.pt and Mi* Ita r>
House Rules Committee Itee .... Mmina p_ and loud H Knliht. WO Sliamrock BI- .
; suplemental VI.. Cardraa. _
> appropriations for
subsidies for medical schools Richard It Lloyd Paatar HO S. Tamlaml Trail
Sunday School t HI ... Tha Tiff. B P. IIIh._ Pa>Mrlunday
feed grains, debt limit increases W.rohlpol..., lltOO a.m.Tralnln School. 1,50, a.m.Sunday .
I! area redevelopmentact Union <,10 p.m, EavanlnarVr.lea, f:10 aPrayer -..
Fvmlnn ....ieo, 5,51, p m.WHix and Bn.l. Studr. T 10 p...
; federal aid to higher education ..l.. Praw Martina-:10 p... W.dntadayWorahlp
e ; foreign subsidies; tax ......., 10,1C ....
reductions federal historical
7 elInh'Lq.R' T.nrt. t' r. ''Y ; CHAPSL
program; cotton subsidies and Maaonla Tonpl. Kairt Vmlto A.., acme Dr. Old Enalawood Pi
the wheat sale to communist Paator Th* K., O, H. Pay Roy, Arthur' M, Snilltr. P......
Sosd.y lehml, sill La .
I Bundar School Ot4l
countries Whlp. 10 .... am.S.prtc.
of Wonhlp II,00 a.m"t4

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DAY, MARCH T?, t964'T '
Younn People Think';
VHS Smarties

Doris, Cary Tops With Teens Match Wits jY wl ., i.

In Quiz GameTwo w

groups of Venice High
School students matched wits
recently in an assembly program
called "Brain Brawl," a
local version of television's
College Bowl. The game endedIn
a tie.
The quiz game pitted the
I knowledge and reflexes of four
members of the VHS National
Honor Society against an equal
number of National Forensic ,<
League members The questions
covered English, science,
math art and a few "real hip"
questions on the Beatles.

Yf cARY ciety's Members team of were the Bob Honor Harrison So 'BRAIN BRAWL' A quiz team of National Forensic League "College Bowl." The game pitted the knowledge and reflexesof

Ann MacDonald, Ray Joel- members at Venice High School won by a narrow margin the top VHS scholars in questions on English, science, history
., GRAPH son and Douglas Kieslmg over a team of VHS National Honor Society members In a"suddendeath" math, art and the Beatles The NHS team is seated to I'
Competing against them were tie breaker during an assembly program the left of moderator George Mahar in the picture, with the
question and answer game patterned after a TV NFL team
-- ,
-- -- --- Forensic League members quiz game on right.
ECGENE GILBERT five per cent; and Elvis Presley Gene Eddy, Susan Murphy,
t, four per cent. I Howard Trefethen and Charles ment here, however, that three of bars Le, with teachers
president, Copp The tie score was resolvedby the four NFL panel members George Mahar as moderator,
yrt Youth Research, Inc See Movies RegularlyThe Records Members of the respective I a "sudden death" competition I I also are members of NHS. I Don Stone as timekeeper and I
Grant biggest difference between Top clubs were chosen for their which ended in favor of Program co-chairman were Miss Joy Lewis as scorekeep-
and Cary
Jon Day with today's the boys and girls came outstanding scholastic achieve. the NFL. It might be noted students Beverly ElM and Bar- er,
-till> tops in the
field of
people who want the fun. favorite female Compiled by BONA SEARSof lv\1

\JlI 4 tflirt Mtcminment successes provide these two cent cent foreign of of the star the boys girls Twenty-one picked and 12 Sophia per per Gilbert Youth Research I Boys Will Model In Fashion Show m

H recent poll of 1219 teen- Loren But 18 Beatlemania, as contagious as ever, has kept the lads at -
the country, per cent of the : the top for
throu hout eight consecutive weeks with "I Want To Hold
"II Day vus named the fav- the boys and only two per cent of Your Hand" and 7 with "She Loves You." Another Beatle Sixth grade boys of Joe Ba- Republic," "Vas Is Din?," (Philip) Dick and Denise Hart- Za Za (Greg) Jones and Jamie
fem !le movie star of 20 Hayley girls Mills like Brigette Bardot. Bombshell, "Please Please Me," has moved into the No.2 rone's class at Venice Elementary "Dem Bones," "My Grand sell, Laura (Larry) Jeffreyand Whiteaker; Darlene (Darryl)
cent of the boys and girls, Ingrid Bergmanand spot, pushing the Four Seasons down a notch. School will serve as father's Clock" "The Happy Sharon Keeter; GenevieveJeff Olson and Karen Davy; Jo
,: ether actresses far be. Gina Lollabrigida were also fashion models at the class's Wanderer," "Catch a Falling ( ) Pender and Linnea Larson Anna (Jeff) Hamilton and
t nl Carr Grant 11 mentioned. Diane Renay who has edge up with "Navy Blue," Just sixth annual fashion show Fri Star" and "Easter Parade" ; Sylvia (Jeff) Sourbeerand Debra Dunaway; Frances
t tot the' i"I'< togot fire re Three per cent of the teens recorded her first LP, titled after her hit record. The album day.The Designers and their modelsare Candace Levin; Hilda (Phillip) Fearon and Candy
m ova .,\H popularity cay Maximillian Schell Is the includes" such songs as "Kiss Me Sailor" and "Please Forget costumes were designed ; (John) Sleasman and Nicolet- Herron; Belinda (Bruce) Erb
,aha Loren and Maurice best foreign actor, putting him Me It could be a real big one for the lark by the girls in the class. Gertrude (Jeff) Stone and te Thomas; Bessy (David) and Paula Cotherman; Beatrice -
nailer WI re named leaders in a second place tie with New Additions: Tommy Tucker may not be hip on shoe The sixth grade chorus will Vickie Cowan; Clara (Clifford) Rose and Susan Walton; Rebecca (Brian) Grigsby and Susan
foreign movie Richard Burton. styles but he sure is on hits. His "Hi Heel Sneakers" has present musical in
the field! of a program Segerlind and Jennifer Cur. (Ralph) Breeden and Rohlwing, and Gerdie
i. M;ss Loren got 18 per What makes a star appeal to entered the chart on the No 9 spot. Also breaking big are the conjunction with the show. wood; Marilyn (Mike) Shrode Susan Whitney; Wrinkles Kenneth (David) Gephart and Shelecia
I of the teens' votes. The the teen-agers? Beach Boys with "Fun,, Fun, Fun," making its first showingas The dual program will be and Robin Edwards; Phyllis ) White and Tally West; Weeks.
favorite male No. 4Pick. presented in three sessions
ICes for the "She's cute, clean acting
;it star! were widely split. says Charles Franks, 19. of Hits of the Week: Peter, Paul and Mary the hottest Money raised, by donation, will ear
Chcsd,[ .r took the top Evansville, Ind, about Doris folk singing group in the nation, with "Tell It on the Moun be used to finance the annual
I twill fcur, per cent of the Jay. Karen Endsley, 18, of tain" and the Beatles reviving an old Isley Bros, hit, class trip to Silver Springs, JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER.
this March 26
jijpeo"'e i choosing him. Torrance, Calif., says Audrey Twist & Shout. year on .
athe held of movies, "West tepburn's appearance "is ideal Ticket sales for the two student -
e Story" rates highest with and her home life is pri This Last Two Weeks on performances will begin
4 teens as the best film vate. oday Tickets for the evening
Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List
recently. "Le w. for the
vw seen Cary Grant was characterized performance public
ce of Arabia" is a close sec. may be obtained from class
!I. The youths are a little charming as a debonair"longtime, and favorite suitedto 1 1 1 "I Want To Hold Your Hand" members or at the door ad INS

ad up about foreign films." many roles," by Diane Muheistn and "She Loves You" Beatles .. 8/7 The performance for p l-- !"r
7 rate "Irma La Douce, 17, of Ayr, Neb. And 2 5 II 'Please, Please Me" Beatles 3 mary grades will be at 9:10: a.
best recent foreign picture, Rockie 18 of m., for upper grades, 1:20: p.
Keeley Gobies
American 3 2 2 "Dawn (Go Away) owed
lough it is an m and for the public, 8pm. ,
uCllon. The French title bitch. Four Seasons .. .. ... .., .. .... 5 The costumes will be judgedat ...
.j J Parisian setting evidently The he-man, masculine type 4 "Fun, Fun, Fun," Beach Boys 1 the afternoon performance f' V' ::;":.*fcUJir) WITH THAT ADDtD TOUCH. :,'*'../ ..tr.At .

used some of the eight per portrayed to Tom by John Wayne appeals 5 II 7 "Navy Blue" Diane Renay... 3 and prizes will be awarded for
it!of the teens who chose it.I I Copeland, 16, of the most beautiful, the most
Joatesville, Pa., who says "he II C 5 "California Sun" Rivieras ...... 5
Little Togetherness II symbolizes heartiness and 7 8 12 "Good News" Sam Cooke ...... 3 original Edward and Burkett the funniest and Hugh the Shamrock Blvd. Entrance to Venice Gardens

"V boys and girls sharply I strength" a 3 4 "Java" AlHirt ................ 6 Conover are production assist- PHONE 488-4885
-ijrw in almost all categorUough I Here Is a breakdown of the
9 "HI-Heel Sneakers"Tommy ants.Numbers P. O. Box 1014 Venice Florida
? : Doris Day got 24 votes for the top five recent by the chorus will ,
Tucker .. .. ........ 1
women's movies
> tot of the young : be "The Battle Hymn of the
8, only 11 per cent of the nest 10 11 -. "Kissin1! Cousins Elvis Presley 2 ..... ., -
mr men said she was their Side 11 19 "Glad All Over'\' n. .a w

unit And Cary Grant, who Story Movie Bors 3% Girls 9% Dave Clark Five ..................... 2 I
first choice of 12 per cent
:in girls, won approval from Lawrence of 12 18 "Hello Dolly" INTRODUCING
yacht' per cent of the boys. Arabia 5 8 Louis Armstrong ................. 2
e young men preferred Johnyne Move Over 13 13 13 "I Only Went To Be With You"

) ,who was the favorite of Charade Darling 3:t 5 7 Dusty Springfield .... .. ....... S a6

per cent "if them. tinder the 14 14 "Penetration" Pyramids ...... 2
Audrey Hepburn took second Yum Turn 15 9 3 "You Don' Own Me"-Lesley Gore 8
ce u the favorite Americanr
.but here again there was Tree 4 C 16 "My Heart Belongs to Only You" UNCLE BRUCEand

long difference between the The young people may think Bobby Vinton ... ... . ... 1
i and girls Nine per cent I movies can be improved but 17 17 20 "Who Do You Love" Sapphires 3 !'
the yours women but only that doesn't stop them from 17 7 8 "Stop and Think It Over"
w per cent of the young' seeing the films Almost half Dale & Grace ... .. . ..... 9
s. fell for her gamin-like the teens go to the movies once 19 10 11 "See The Funny Little Clown"
rat Both sexes gave Eliza- or twice a month, and 14 per Bobby
h Taylor six per cent of cent see a film once a week. 20 "Blue Winter" Connie Francis 1
rotes, proving the femme his friends
ale type hasn't gone out of l .W
I Ie yet Other actresses and I isi :
number of votes they got + at
.'tie' Natalie Wood, five
cent: Shirley MacLame, r
'Ir Per cent: Sandra Dee, 3
J per cent and Connie Stev. -i r
three per cent, %
"railing c iry Grant and John Those Is Money I
'"!* were Paul Newman, F '
r Per cent: Jack Lemmon, t to 6a saved. :
11 per cent: James Gamer, 4
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YOUR with a porno : .

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One recent national auto ,
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one car out of each seven f4 0 '?
eked that had one or more
'ely| defects Sounds high but :
" figure has dropped from 3 .l
"i ? war : t. r' + '
ago when it was one car par .w"hwa.e amf+ Ji k
five that had serious safety

*lemi. E3arnr Li'I Mike Undo Bruce
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tires _
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J'lore You department should signal today for 100 feet DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE STICKNEY POINT at 2 p.m. & 5 p.m.

'a making any turn. This Rd. So. Trail at I.
Trail at Bee Ridge
'lad drive, behind you and 1718 Main Street So. Stickney Point Rd. I
know your intentions.

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Frozen Yams . .H:;. 49c 5-lb. Palen' GOV'T.INSPECTED TENDER-AGED

Cream Pies . Ik: : 39c can.

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I Perch Fillets I p'kp. 49c
Chuck Sneaks lb.59c
Mn. Paul. !..... Frit1 r
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MARCH 12, 1964

i fr1 : La. ir TO T Off.

a., lettuce, kohlrabi, spinachand diseases, rotation should be Vr
ED RUSSELL swiss chard. families as well M by >Individual

Assistant County Agent e Make succession planting ) crops.

Sarasota County every 10 to 14 days of, radishes Take your time end plan I

By this time, most everyone snap beans and sweet corn. carefully the size garden you
-- "--.-.. ---... :::;;;;:v -' J :-- who Intends to plant a spring To prevent diseases that may can handle most easily. Any:

vegetable garden should have live over from the previous garden endeavor will be onlyas

Lots For Sale complete plans down on paper. season, practice crop rotation. good as the Intelligent plat
Apts. For Sale Help Wanted Boats For Sale Soil: samples: should already t i That Is, do not grow the same nlng, work, energy and eathusiasm >

BATES LOVELY -.- -.-. vegetable In or near the same which go into It.
SO. VENICE Home- YOUNG HIGH SCHOOL have been taken, and liming!
site near beach. DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom, I graduate 35 FT. SEA SKIFF. 1956. Twin needs should have been determined location more often than once For further information Only 1700.
Box 800 bath and :2 bedroom, 2 bath, with mechanical aptitude 130 C.C. Motors Must sell every three years. Since members the planting of vegetable
Rates both Thursday Rt. 1, Bonita Springs for small and met. Relative to
Charge"' furnished or partly furnished manufacturing Bargain At Nokomis of some families with the
Monday Editions Fla Marine planning the garden, It shouldbe I plant are check county agent'
and 488 5698. company in Venice area, to assist
Ways Phone 4882379. emphasized that the first subject to many ot the same office.
la valor RICIOIIIENTIA tOTS plant manager in opera.
$$1.50 Also vshlci JlLSIN.S 11Ta. tion and maintenance of me- DeLUXE BOATING Outfit and foremost principle of vegetable
CALL LOU culture Is varietal
chanical production equipment.Full Lake N Sea all FRIDAY
((12 word minimum) FOR QUICK SALE 3 Lots 2 BEDROOM time, many benefits, runabout with TeeNee Trailer lection. Those who neglect this C O R A L
Word each 6c 2 bath, unfur principle expect failures.In SATURDAYS
Additional 80x100, South Venice. Owner nished. Central heat and air- growth opportunity Call Mr.Royal folding top, 33 Johnson, electric fact, it may is such neglect thatIs '
Phone 488-4706. at Florida State starter and SUNDAY O
conditioned Employment generator. Ex-
$100. 1712 BanyanDr. blamed for occasional pessimism
CASH rcfe, both Thursday ., Venice Gardens Sarasota. cellent condition. $795. Apart regarding vegetable Feateriag .
end Monday Editions EAST GATE. Choice lots. min. ment 21, 1325 Tarpon Center production in Florida. U
88 feet wide. See or call Larry I .u now UKrts nt viNin Female Help WantedPLAIN Road. 488-2517 Growing conditions In Florida EMMY LOU
$51.40 Bedford Assoc. Chips John- PR A S1IRUIRAN IN HO YENHTt
JUST CALL. LOU JACOB" ....1611 are a great deal different N
W. Venice COOK Accomodator Pets
from those in most other sections
112|; word minimum 1Addition.1 ) SeCLASSIFIED Ave, phone 488-3609, 488.2241.. MODERN, airconditioned Three adults, March 18. of the nation. The best Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage G
April 8. Must have own trans BIRDS BOARDED. Also for given
stores available in South Bird variety a area or
r damn.aN LOTS 75x138. Close to Venice Shopping Center. For portation. References required. supplies for sale 488-5850. situation Is usually established At Popular Prices
AS-C. mm
hi. not A..r 10 ...... .., Ii uar 10 shopping cent center and hospital Information call 485.5835.UNFURNISHED Telephone 968.2544 before 10 through proven usage over a VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL E
... per cash balance
1- M mwr easy
,. lor am. Legal reasonable number of seasons.
... .
xtSS 'I monthly .
(let payments $1,995 each.
a? "
_.. .. This adaptability depends on
A.a 2 bedroomsand
lor '" ... ... p0 Byron M. Markle Realtor Ph. Florida SALES AND MANAGEMENTin NOTICE the best possible combinationof
pm lMh1 488-4708. room: living
b. Y 0-.11- Beauty Counselor cosmet NOTICIC la Ht.REBY GIVEN: mAT
room w/FP; extra large utility ics. Build business of your own. I, Beott Huuhliuoa Smith/ who *.. desirable characteristics, NOT EVERY REAL ESTATE FIRM
EAST In .Mulcted In tli. such as good quality, high
DISPLAY GATE 3 choice lots room. city children or pets For call nrenll/ Court of B.ra-
appointment Sarasota .
Ok. $75.00 oU CaDnt,. Florida ., tin July turn yield, resistance to insect and
Owner. Phone 488-5470. month. 488-5528 after
Ont Edition,, per Inch $3.00 924-74S8 thi-nof. AO. bail. of tli. 011.,. of
J p.m. Draaklni 1 and antmlnc .1,4 amumerd disease market acceptanceand CAN DISPLAY THIS SEAL:
Both Editions, per Inch $3.50All LOT IN BAY POINT, Nokomis tlwrafor ta a monthi to II month., will satisfactory performanceunder
High and Dry. S5'xl2J'. Situation WantedHIGH ..Ip for alcmanrr to th. Sue Board conditions.
Closeto specific
: MODERN FURNISHED 2 of Pardon. Tlllahaiaaa, Florid. IU growing,
elanlfied ads payable In beach. Value 1350. Make room, bath. Central ducted not mouse _/In.. L
except established"iccounft offer 488. 829. heat, cedar closets, electric SCHOOL SENIOR BOY BCOTT H. SMITH It is to the grower's advantage
advance desires work after school and PublUhl rah IT .nd March u. 1M<. .
kitchen Adults. Yearly basis, to depend on varieties
,;LOT 582 Venice Gardens. Price $55 month. Write P. O. Box Saturdays in Venice area. Ph. Ilf THB COUNTY JUrx.rS COURT that have proven their fz

$1,750. Write Walter Polskl, 130%, Venice. 488-5572 IN AND FOR. SARASOTA COUNTY, value in Florida. Such proven mP
CANCELLATION or 585 73rd Ave., No., St. Petersburg swains IN PKOBA1B varieties will be found listedIn
m RBI:
rsTATK or ILFRA o.
ADJUSTMENT Fla. 2 BEDROOM Furnished house. Misc. For Sale ECKKNWILER: HOYWOOD.k the Florida Agricultural Extension -

Requests for cancellation ... Shore Road, Nokomis. $80. CLERA O bCKENWIl!: I>taaKl.. Service Circular 104.B,
or adjustment bcc a u s e of ELK INLET Seawalled prtrate per month. Phone 4884183. 1962 MUSTANG BRONCO cy TO ALL NOTICE CRtDITORSS!: TO CREDITORS AND PFKSONS entitled "Vegetable Garden f STAtY'

error must b. made for boat basins. E. L. Kilton, cle. Chrome fenders Full HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST SAID Production Guide" 'hI.'- dreu.

Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Bayshore Drive Nokomis. SLEEPING ROOM for rent. race cam Call Englewood, EOTATE You .... toner notlfM. and raaulrad I ir--l 4B"I'ilabi: at 'ih-e When you buy a home

For Mon- Call 488-3517 before 11 474-1707 weekdays 95. la fib any rlain or demand which ran a Agricultural Center, 2900 Ring-
S on Monday. RIVER LOT Venice. Good for I son _
pjn. mar haw aralnat th. 5u.: ,. of tLKRA Boulevard.
ling this seal is best
dry, Gondolier BEFORE Sfxm. vacation cottage. Sacrifice or after 8:30: p.m. MOTORCYCLE 1963 Honda 0. KiKENWILrR: HAYWOO1). a,k. your assurance
LLLKA u. fcCKENWILiR, When new varieties come
0* Thursday. at Ota.1500. Call 824-5484 Sari DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS 2 15. Magnum Grand Chord Organ lata..ot Baraaota Count,. Florida UxaaMd In thuelf. out, or If you have some old You won't pay too much You won't waste days looking
:Stool: and music Included. of Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM
PHONE baths, complete by season or r'h< 'ne 488-6374 after 4 Saraaota Countr Jude In th. County favorite, which you grew successfully at the wrong real estate You'll get accurate foots
Court Houoa ,. in
100 at Earainta Florida, lth.la some other area
year. The Esplanade 488
Houses For Sale .. calendar month from th. d...
4 -31ZS 5898. :: fully equipped. of tot flrat publication of afar Xotlea, it is suggested that you test You'll get skilled professional advice You'll see property
Paeh claim or dnnand nuit ba lawrlllnr them on a small scale alongside
C 'Jete with
'I i Tropical
FOR QUICK SALE: 1 Bed 1 LARGE ROOM. Private and I. dupllcaui, .h." HUM recommended varietiesand that fits your needs and pocketbook You'll receive
entrance Very reasonable. Call 488-3585 ,Ih. pUua of _Id.... and pnt offlcaaddran
room nearly new CB home and bath. Call 488- after 8pm.NEW of tha Claimant: ahall ba compare the reI\ la. help in finding sources of financing.
Real Estate suitable for 2. Save $3,300.00 at 4774 daytime, 488-2537 after 6. .his attonnr: ahall ba _pan loci brworn Varietal selection Is not the
10 cent discount from cost. to br th. Claimant, his ...n' or only factor to consider when OInlp _non (K) Bambm of UM National. Aaaoaatloa of KM Emma:
per & USED GARAGE a II.n filly
faa and anr aueh claim ........ .
Ro ads and tliatr local wb5esb.er16. to tha profaanoaal ataadaraaof
WOOF WATER FRONTAGE Small mortgage carries $37.SO APRIL 15, 1964 to Jan. IS, 1985. EQUIPMENT. or dnnand nor an flM thai) b. mid. planning your vegetable gar
on South Creek Bay. In Sor month. Cash needed approximately Beautiful house, furnished. Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication amount Th. Mini of claim fai. ,mar ai.i b.f ..gilded m! forma to mar the den. Some additional suggestions .. mt.blhbd Coda of Ethk. ear dlivlar this aail

!mob Shores Paved Street, $3 COO.00. Air condition 400 ft. from Gulf. 3 large bedrooms Equipment Repairs ot obtalnad' from the C mtr JudtalIII which should be helpfulIn

high and dry. $25 per ft. Terms.Ask er-heating, carport, screened 3 baths living and din. TRI-COUNTV EQI IPT. CO. 011I... ARTHUR M. RAYWOOD, starting your garden are: For All Your Real Estate Needs

for Lauden at sales officeof porch, many extras. Any reasonable tog room. Modern facilities, garage 1070 De'-rto Rd., aa Admlnlatrator nf Ih. B">t.taof e Arrange crops to be planted .
Sorrento Shore 4 miles offer considered. Owner shuffleboard Reasonable Sarnso> Fla. CLERA O ECKhNWII first along one side of gar CONSULT
II.R HAVWOon aha
north of Venice.BEAUTIFUL 119 Aero Ave, North Port rent for right party Phone 488- Call collect 335-1240 CLERA O. ECKENWILER, den.
Charlotte. 63883. I.......... place long-aeason crops,
LOT Sorrento BICYCLES One Ladies' and Attomari Kirk. Pinknton, Sparrow, such as strawberries to one FRANK C. RAEBURN
TYiwIrk NCI.II.n',
Shore. 100x150 ft., includinglost CASEY KEY on the Gulf. :2 one man's bicycle used only I MO Main RnlMIn. side of garden ao that they will
dock. On paved street, several times, one-half price. 1Pkorld... not Interfer with future garden
8900 Terms. Call Venice GOLDEN BEACH near qulf bedroom furnished house Apartment 21, 1325 Tarpon Center PublUh! Frb 10 Yt. Man a, t!. 1M4 preparations. REALTOR

4B8-KC7 or 4882791. Two bedrooms, fwo baths, Screened. porch. 483-1333, 4382151. Road 4B8.2517. I e Plant tall growing crops 251 W. VENICE AVE. VENICE

30 foot Florida roomon I Ic on the North side of the garden
; .1
IOME and RENTAL UNIT- Auto For Safe' so they will not shade other
PH. 488.1600
$$8,700. Florid Room Cabana 112 ft. corner lot. FOR RENTALS

; 2 scr porches; Carport; SI9 GULF STREET Ia Venice Area '61 Whit. CHEVROLET BEL- plants.Group "o's of similar ma
Alien. Trailer ender 1 roof; See aire 6, 4-door cedan. P-S. =::=:> turation dates together.e .

Sonant*- Unit-- rent, far-- 1.1/10 CHIPS JOHNSON R&H. Safety belts. Like new. Allow ample space between

Mason; All furnished:; 75 ft FISHING SWIMMING BOAT Realtor 17,000 actual mileage. Original rows for convenient cul. MORE PEOPLE ARE READING
lot, overlooking baT Dock bedroom I 488-1006. tivation.e .
ING. 2 custom- owner t'
106 W. Venice Ave. as-227t
privileges. C, O. Worden, built home on channel. Central -10:, "I Don't plant too much of AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER
Realty France St. Nokomis, ONE 1958 BELVEDERE PLYMOUTH at one time-such
heat. Air-conditioned. Below 4 1 t anyone crop
Wanted To Rent 2-door. hardtop. ,,1 l.r t I
488..231. cost. Channel Lane, Nokomis. ,. I
New paint Job. A-1 condition. e

7495.00 4885002BEAUTIFULLY :2 BEDROOM HOUSE or Apt. Guaranteed. Reason for sellIng ',

2 acres on paved road fens Landscaped furnished. April 13th P. O. too many cars. 154 Hudson Real Estate Corner i

td. CB furnished home 1 brick front home, 2 bedrooms Box 114 Venice. Rd., 4884260.

bedroom living area, large 2 baths, central water
1960 OLDS 98 Full and ,
fireplace, carport. Excellent and sewer. A real buy at $17,- Mobile Homes 1958 Austin Healey.power Call 488- 1 1i WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
water and soil. Utility bldg. 250. Byron Markle, Realtor.
3105 after 5 p.m. MODEL HOUSE *
Fenced chicken run. Goes to Phone 488-4706. For Sale i b II

year-round flahin,. '60 PLYMOUTH. 4door. Std In East Venice OR
NEW CBS HOME 2 bedroom PERMANENT MOBILE Home stick shift. Radio heater. Getting a little crowded-but; SELLINGYou're

2 ER, CB FURNISHED house 1 bath. Built-in kitchen Utility for sale, with 11x24 ft. FlorIda Good tires. Excellent condit- not in our spacious moving vans. 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths City Wafer Best Values Are

-Fla. rm., elec. kitch., Panel room, screened patio, oil room. Completely furnish Ion. 8" table saw and motor, Plenty of room for precious Formica Kitchen Paved Street

.Ray heat, bath Si half, utility heat furnished. Priced right eel Also garage, utility; room 20" electric fan, never used. furniture and television stts. Carport & Utility Centrally-ducted Gas Heat

rm., large storage space, for cash. First house on right waaher ironer, covered patio In First house on right, Sham. Careful handling guaranteed. Screened Porch Prepared for Air.

landscaped lot 80'zlOO, on Shamrock Dr., oft Trail South rear. Covered boat well. Very rock Dr., So Venice. THINK OFIII' Corner Lot 85 x 150 conditioning

good graded road $7,500, Venice. reasonable. 1908 Ravenna St., *
terms. Little home acres & Nokomis East. Boats For Sale M
'fauns, from $500. KUYKENDAU NEW GULF
Real Estate, 4881684. dens. 2 bedrooms each side. 10'x36: MODERN Furnished COME IN and see the largest 4886413INTERESTED
2M7 So. U. S. 41, Venice. Central heat and al, ed. Attractive lake location. port. Move In and start living. on Florida's West Coast.

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, Phone 488-4885 or 4884651. Lot 174 Venice Municipal Priced from $993 to $1,895, at .

J residential No. 14 t* 19, Trailer Park. Hansen Chris-Craft Sales, 1201
Block 3, Unit 78. 4 Business, BY OWNER Bayfront 3 bedrooms North Tamiaml Trail, Sara
*, i 29 4 30 Block 2. Unit 78. 2 bath home and rental 10' X 48' VINDALE. ALUMINUM sota. Phone 9585515. I 2 BLOCKS TO
A. Gallo, 337 Gardenia Road, unit 27000. Call after 5:30p : 2 bedrooms tiled bath.
Venice Gardens. Ph. 488-3573. .m. 488.6779. gas heat large gas tank wall ? Downtown Venice

oven, Kelvinator. eliding doors, i BATHSO'
AIL FRONTAGE TO CA- a BEDROOM DNFUIt. IN TINICB exceptional closet space and LOOK! April Special .

NAL e adjoining lots with JUST OR A CALL 81'BUMAN LOU JACOBS.IN SO. VENir......, cabinets TV antenna, awnings, j H. N. W/mmers/ Realtor' 120' Lot

100' each on newly 4-laned covered patio. Nice location O MacARTHUR HOTELON TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00H.

Timlami Trail (U.S. 41)) with WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedrooms and wonderful neighbors. Lot I THE BEACH REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
depths ranging from 223' to IH baths, garage 150 or call at office. HARBOR N. WIMMERS
for Westers Union Telegraph
333' backing up to 60 wide 5' dock. Reasonable. Margaret LIGHTS. I o WEEKLY RATE REALTOR
deep canal with access to inter- Drive Laurel Villa. 488-2464. Private. Room and' Bath with 3 Meals Monday thrv Friday f te 51 Saturday to I 221 W. Miami Ave

foastai waterway, toned R-3. Easiness Personals I K$40. single $65. double CLOSED SUNDAYS 488-5308
Ideal sites for BEACH FRONT Bdr.
motel, restau- GULF
rant marina, fillinu station, 3 bath airconditioned. Completely ;. TYPEWRITERS and Adding
I"xps and so forth. This is the furnished. Exclusive J lo Machines (mechanically operated REGISTER IN MARCHPh. .

Trail front .ga of Sorrento cation. 100x500. Seawalled. No ) Chemically cleaned, 488-54
Shows. Will Mil one lot or all city tax. By appointment only like new. Jut $12.50 plus parts I 500 feet on U.S. 41, 466 feet
lit lots for $12,000 each 4884006. It required. AU makes. Venice deep, at Venice East sold last

Term, Phone Venice 488- 027, Stationer, 211 W. Venice Ave.4KM11S weak.
r visit Sorrento Shores Sales 2 BEDROOM, completely fur INSTALL I

Office located 4 miles N. ofly'ce. nished. Separate garage. We have another 200 466

II miles S. of Sarasota. Warm Mineral Springs $10,500. WEATHERTRON'AIL feet on U.S. 41 at Venice
Rueaell-Rigby. Margarita St., SHEPARD [ East at $50.00 per foot.
SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. Phone f2 -I3Q3. Inspection Invited. ELECTRIC Nice lot In City of Venice

Urge enough for thin n LUMBER CO. HEAT PUMP
with 15,000 ft. in each. $1,900.00Martin
tq. BEDROOM frame. Comer
3 N. llvd.
Zoned 1003 Weshhgton
county maln"Ined lot, city water and sewer. HATING
street 200 ft. West of school and store. $7,250 Sarasota Q. a
Tamiaml Trail SM miles Walk: to can $100. DOWNBUYS S. Stancik
North 30 per cent below cost! Call
of Venice, V4 ml. South ElliOTT PAUL
01 488-1510 after 4 or weekends., REALTOR
Sorrento Shores. $19.000 A
wrms. Call Venice for Venice 488-5443
488-5027 or ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice

4R8 2791., section two of Venice.baths Two screened bedrooms Alum.HOOT Windows TRUSSES& Doors. o >s.ttt 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath HomeIN a

jfo[ Estate Wanted porch .and carport, 1001 Noko- Contract Roofing I Painting CORP VENICE GARDENS ..

REASONABLY PRICED 2 bed. mU Ave.. So., Venice.No$14,000.closing PWe 481-2132 Venice 744 Venice Ave E. Venice, Fla. 488-5359 NOI Not The Tel) Mehel. But
Low down payment.
room duplex near Venice Can 4884701.BEAUTIFUL $71.00 Per Month a nice clean CB 2-bedroom,
Beach OR Lot zoned for duPlex coats. ressnUog, alterations, 4n- I bath home 'In quiet neighborhood

' located near Venice SWIMMING Pool perte. eta reasonable 4M-11M INCLUDES INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL but not In a cma

Beach. Give price and location. home. 2 bedrooms, den Florida tery. Light traffic but not In
"o broker Write R. C., Box room. 21x31 screened patio. PersonalWIDOW ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION "boondoclcs."
Iff- Venice Furnished if desired Good ftnincing. Warm Only $8,950.
2102 Georgia\ Ave. Enclewood DESIRES middle age Mineral Springs Area 'Interested? . well .
Lots For Sale !. Grov City woman to share home. Privet MAINTENANCE I 3 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW) $400. Down. S67 Monthly A little curious Then cell

I room, semi-private' bath. Payments Including 'Interest and !Principe 488-3785. Evenings, 4885994.
Homes For TradeWILL Fall privileges\ of home. Walkig .

BAYSHORE ESTATES .. distance of shopping cenerf. LIGHTING SUPPLIES CHIPS JOHNSON realtor H. P. HORN '

Highly 2 Bedroom Call 188.1838.ALCOROLICS .
elevated, choice lot. TRADE HOMES. REALTOR ....
05' ( Across street .1 Itt baths CB home, ANDERSON Inc.Base
anonage. 1 ELECTRIC. 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-2241
from Robert. Bay. Beautiful large lot on deep' canal with ANONYMOUS. PHONE 488-378S ANYTIMEU.S.
'I.I Laurel Villa, for com- Mondays, 8 p.m. St. Mark's 0'
488-5047.w. R.alOnabl.' Phone dock parable in or larger home in VenIce Episcopal! Church Parish Hall & Coc.rill Streets Phone 488-6794 Branch Office at Kant Metal, Phone 488-Uf 41 and AlbeeRd.THURSDAY IJI

Phone 488-2484 I M 4 -!m. -. -- --. -- ------ -- a
area. .-_.. --




--- -- willing to
ways help
; God: 4-H meeting, z p.m Osprey Emphasis Lenten Devotions neighborhood and U'I
spiritual :: m I ,
I e,, r Osprey OracleBy Recreation Hull. for Sunday. March IS work; Mr and Mrs Bob (ce; .
: !; ttt k I eEvery evening, it 7:30: will have special meaning for ford at the; Esso S .itlinb v

ju ( Revival meetings Church.it Osprey the young people. The youthof Alfred Chillon who handles
First Baptist
BETTY HUFFMANP the church will handle the real estate hereabouts; Rnbbv

f\ tg1IlilPP t Box 332 Osprey, Ha. Phone 506.2675 The writer--0-wishes to thank services ushering on ,Sunday and the performthe various Sanders smiling ,and because a smile he's goes" iWllV|

\ The hearts of Osprey residents go out to the residents of those who are making posul laymen's duties. They will be way; Dick and Vera n long

Nokomis In this, their time of trial. We speak of the highway, ble this column covering Osprey inspired to follow in looking after children Scclev
further :
onstruction To have been through an ordeal like that is to activities Please ron Master in ictiv|
of the ties at the park Mrs
footsteps : L.
have survived windstorms, hailstorms hurricanes and many tlnur to call or write In your the p
for this Sunday. Penny the busiest
the sermon
1I other trials all at once and over a long period of time. Take Items of Interest. These artIcles in and
grandmother town
heart Nokomisites after it ia are Osprey News and of
the of the First Church Nice People You will\ MeetIn And there are many
: ill over you will realize that by men Interest to all In the area. The more for
around Osprey. mention in future
of God of this rol and columns,
The readership
I you are stronger than you most of the timeat
writer Is busy ---
-+- Is -
think umn I am happy to say the
Osprey AresTraiter Is home but In travels to NARCE
-0 growing and 1OIR news Meeting SetA
Park News post office, helping my 14-year
Osprey Citizens arise! We Mr. and Mr. John Van Co. what does would It. make old on his pnper route on rainy meeting of EnMrMorjd.
alin spec
nan I speed limit with the ac nett of Venice called on Mr We dave shopping, etc. I can't : Venice Chapter 717 N ""Ional|
.enl on SPCED The new signs lal mention about the above notice how many nice! Assn of Retired Civil, 1 Fm::"
and Mrs Roy Groh residents but
Ill/ f of Jventi: Pleaselet
will be held
r are up at each end of town set of the Bay Front Trailer Parkon iddress people one meets in Osprey. I ployes Wednesday
us know st the at 1:30 1 : at First
1111111411411 at 55 M.P H. through the town Monday. are a few: p.m. Federal
at the head of this column of Here and Loan
li 1/1ii1N of Osprey Mr State Road Department Mr and Mrs. Groh and Mr events that Slim and Tommy Overcashwho Savings Assn community
regular or special room
this is NOT SLOW Texaco Sta
and Mrs. Wright of the Bay have the new
11141,, I A e ENOUGH Looks \like a petitionis Front Trailer Park also entertained you would like to have an tion across the street: Henry Carl Kemper president win

1441411 I d in order. The traffic will Mr. and Mrs. Milford nounred. Thank you very Tacheny the friendliest butcher be !In charge.

)11414; still skid to a screaming halt Haist and daughter, Mr and much I've known and besides A report will be f.: vr n "n the

4t r 4141!; I at the School Zone. This traf Mrs Ray Perhands and MIss -0- thnt his customers come from district meeting nf !the (1.'.''J r|>
The rtev Jones. pantor of I Federation in Port iii l l
111414Ilttt4 fu he I good five miles of Tnchenv 11"'tt
E. Smith of Pmrllas Park, of God of long distances to pet!
i Church
The First
wade traveling north of al on March
'' prn Fla. This visit on Friday was announced! that the meats Mrs V T Hamlin
1 has
b444(: +4h, Ospre md more than that to in the nature of an 'old home' Osprey

e: the south (when the new day since the hoots and the
1111 stretch ,IS finished). This is a visitors all hail from Caro

village!: of people including Mich, and they do not hesitateto

ales I 'taxpayers. and we nerd. a slower say that this Florida sunshine .

4 11,1t[. Lul1.I.1dL limit here.-0-MUCH SLOWER is very-o--pleasing to them ? ;: ad' kr w'g $r ,7t

,1it4 h The Sarasota County Recreation Mrs Everett Paulson who is .

,all Department reports the Mrs Clyde Bristol sister-in-

Public Works Department is ; law, and whose home is in Har er
TINY\j.\: I 1 ', ,, in ill._:k ai pre ..dint of the &.:.-L. Marx
preparing plans and specifications Ian, Iowa is a houseguest at
null : I I I 1 h lirlwrs f" ,r .J"" I J Qmpam A di3pla\ of Marx prize
for the combination court the Bristol home in Pickford
Marx of -ir, ?..nl I'JI/\\I"nl1"" : "ubnma, i ,nnmx pi...urei. urrenth la on exhibit at .it the Recreation Park. When Trailer Park.

ture i ph,1,1 _' I 0" ',,n j Iead'nG exponent 1 u'I Venice Branch "of first Federal Savings
I these plans are completed they i "" alb 7 R. 9f.
the use of Ihl I"1\' 1flnex "p' e"mel" 1,1l" ton .\sso'.ation on the Trnil rf t the south will be turned over to the as- Visitors at the Clyde Bristol 1

started t tdhn : ,the tll1p".tUrt'. 11 )ears, dr.< Sty I limits where it will remain through phalt companies for bids The home for the past week were ;

following his Inforced ietlremcnl due In \\ h 20 Osprey Recreation. Assn members Mr and Mrs. Willard Sargent .

have worked untiringly on from Bertrand, Neb. The Sar-
the base of this court and are Rents toured the entire state of hy

Bridge Scores very appreciative of the fact Florida and the Keys. On the iLk

Ii NPC Personalsltr. that the Recreation Depart trip they enjoyed sailfishing! ,.

1Ild. PrvdlqMaid. ment is able to work on the cruises in a chartered boat at I t'

NORTH.g'.Il'THI ...' 1II..h 4 1 ..... surfacing of the court, etc. 50 miles offshore and intend to ,

and Mrs. Ge....T Doan and their young son. Chipper, I Mr.. Prier Hu-riuM and Can I* H.M -0- return as often as possible to

en Mernl St. ,tie ntrt,1Imng moved to St Petersburg this 2-Mm\ ,llw. KlKln. lit Morimi and Mrs. t W. The bids for the new Osprey enjoy this sport

II their guests Mrs Doan's last weekend. The Fowler Kimball, I 101Mr. dock are to be considered this -0-
1- .. H. N Gould and M... i. .
1Ne There
will be a picnic celebration -
filter and hT husband Mr. have been long time resident .Iun.l HMr. week by the Sarasota Board of
and Mrs. Lucius Fuller from of our city having moved here C- .. J. L. romw.il and Mxro.Srhornfrld County Commissioners The on Thursday at Pick-

:Flint, Mich. The two couples when North Port was just getting BART-wOPT. M.Mr. plans for the dock call for a ford's Trailer Park to honor

a attended open house at the started. I-M.. Lure Jounrae and )I... Jams 180 foot concrete dock with a leaving winter residents

Florida\ State University in Tallahajsee -0- --a. .x.l.e. H..rv 154 La.? ....>M and Mrs C. B.Krr 30 foot wing at the end parallel -
over the weekend. Addis Welch and his sister, .nU nMr. to the inland waterway. Osprey Calendar of Events

Tin Doans daughter Emalyn Mrs. Bessie Schmidt on Bui .. Lou. PI.4Mr ... J. Urwrtb and Van Rrurwr Hand rails will be Installed on Heck of March 15.21 WHERE DOES IT ALL GO ?

Is a freshman at the university. lard St have returned to their and M... O H Paddlnn, tl",. both sides and boat tie.up eSunday 5:00: p.m. Community -

.....0- home in Norristoun, Pa. ..Hrld.. M..h lItudlo.Mo.d. t. 1.11. a... places provided along the Church Choir practice, First General Telephone employ.ees .
of GodeTuesday .
Mrs. Verne Dodion on Pan ....0- I-M.. and M... O. H. P..tdtlun. 0\4. length of the dock. Winter residents month.
American Blvd. was glad to 2-M.. Mae Hares. ..d M... U...... well I 7 to 10 p.m. Art are paid nearly $2,000,000.00 a
Mr and Mr*. F. C. Demarest Srl..hl...... ee.sMw. as as permanent classes adds to
have her friend Mrs Elsie at Osprey Elementary This economic stability 150 communities
residents will be
from Hillsdale, N. J are vacationing C. K rM and Mr. Loula I. a happy group
F-kert from Buck Hill Falls 11.m'' 7Mr when this dock becomes a reality School: Thrift Shop open Bam and towns f Q A great portion of GENERAL
at their home on Mala .
1' I While they were here they and Mr. Martin N Morn. IS. to 12 noon in Missionary
luka Road. It is so nice to have llrldira Hat,*, this money is spent m local stores. For
m 141 to Scbring to see a March I. t,M .... Collage at First Church of
mutu"l 1 friend. them here, even if it Is for a NORTH.sot'TK -0- God everything from bread to beds..from cars
short time and hope they will 1-M... tart.- Harrbon sod Om. I. H.M Did you know that in 1925 TELEPHONE 0
Iter, 1ST.. eThursdav, 8 to 10 p.m. to cigars D General Telephone employees
soon be residents of Osprey had Chamber of Commerce I
permanent a .
1- Myron Schotnfeld and CM. Ira Square Dance lessons at Osprey
\ ,ng Misses Ruby and our fair city. N.l-on." 1551a'2Al With leadership this make a sound contribution to the financial Aonwica..IIaft.nd.AIT..S: .. .
M.I Iru t scharlau on Schu- Jwirnear Jr.. and Cats K. H. could Recreation Hall
mo"k Ave for the past week -- lindle. .. itch.. again be accomplished. eSaturdav Thrift Shop open welfare of their community.
Mr. and Mr. Paul Sullivan C-M.. W. Eo Hslds sad Gss M. I. Osprev is destined to grow and to in Missionary
B a.m. 3 m -
were Mrs Helen McIntire and Norton. 1111w p
of Washington D. C. have flourish within the next five
F."ST.W..TIM. Cottage at First Church 'f
Mrs I lna Payne, both of In-
been spending this last month .. and M... O. II. Paddlne, 121"{. years. An organization for -- -
ri ""n.1I1nl, lid Mrs. McIntire I-M., R. C. Huatos 0,0 C. E-
the of community development Is
state Florida
i, I other of the Misses Schar seeing Hry.n121'..
While here they spent part of I--M.. and Mn W. R. Q"I.... Ile. definitely In line now and
1 J..u rind :Mrs Payne Is a long
their vacation In North Port C-l. and Mrs W. H. DoMen. Iwh. would not be premature Manv
hnv fiend of the family. w..n' {flub
here visiting with Mr and Mrs Thu..d'", M.wh" a. 1 p... things can be planned and ore
Whlir allen
'hey were they
Agustui McMahon. Bullard NORTII-IKJUTII pared now for healthy i '
,. on a
d 1 a sightseeing trip that I-M.. I. W. Kimball and Mme Harry. ?
b, k hom to Cypress Gardens, Street L........' 28. growth of the area. Dedicated
J-U. B. Kith' and Myron 1.1t_ economic leaders don't I hide
B..c T"\\"l'r. the Great Master. fold, 11M'.. 1
Mis Barbara Smith end .. ... your light under a barrel Take a
po" r '. ell bean Gardens and 1-III. Carter H. "" and Gas 1.
Sunken Gardens William Smith of Nashua, N. H. Milne. tie Osprey under your wine und
C-rul. Vincent 1)1.. and Dr, P. s.
-0- H are enjoying a winter vacation wIt.... lie R guide its action along the pa,/h .,4wf } dv .:v' saes en '
visiting with their sister FAST RST of progress.
V!r. Evelyn Wolff of Wittier
1- Mn. H. J. Ridloa and JoI... F & av%"' > v
CIf,' ,f < lhi houseguest of Mr. : and her husband, Mr. and Mrs Hutnirn. U4 J

and 1 Hr*. Frank Cole on Agrees Francis Johnson on Mayberry 5M5005.1' Morlaol and JI... /. R. The Recreation Associationis

Awllr. St. l-Mr Mono. and 110 idea O. It PaMlann. 191.I doing a marvelous job with h
-- I -- -I Mn. W C. IhM and J. K. Hill the young people of Osprey and one v

and Mrs. Sam Fowler Mr. and Mrs Fred Magulre 117""", IIrld.. Clad!. in social activities. Mr. Clvde ,

of Chicopa St are back home NORTN.aOUI'H1Sin Starch I, 1 .... Bristol was assisted bv Mr ? i '?

tart again after the automobile accident ... N. Mulh... and )I..... M.W Gerald Pease, Mr. Sterling
Monho', e5. Fast and Mrs Orville Cran
which caused them to I-II.. Minna: .......hltaoo and M... last weekend in the ,
spend two weeks in St May flare. 5111. construe v
Joseph Hospital Port Char 1- II... I. M. Gartonk aid T. N. tlon of new dugouts at the Os- J tT

WHAT MAKESCMMETT I lotto We are glad they are EAST Khaver: .WFSTMr. III' prey Field. Mr. Bristol states v

able to be home. 1- .. Dorothr Warm and AI... that the job is well unde, win ,
SMJ .!? I Carl Sehnrnhnlla eels.5Mn. but he needs more men next
W R Can,bl. and )I... J. P l
( Yeas. 70'',. Saturday March 14 to complete ,
;' Monr r O'LERE 7M1.... W Aylaworth and M.... W. this worthwhile proJect'
.'J .. Htronit. CK.
.. 51st... Slndla This project was und 'rt )ken *
: >. : )> SUBSCRIBING TO .\ND Salatdar "March t. 1 a.mOn .
'fj': L. H. Millar and 1'<,I. V'nuntWaler
1- Wolf" and II... /. J. Nealon, p. I /
I- Mr. Harry I.awrrace and Mn C. I'Ilnrdrna
any ,.
C-I Mr. and Mri 0 H "..dl""" ... DO',. a
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tlll SpecialOGILVIE Power Squadron WASH tQ' 0d ,

Installs Saturday:

To mat my performance The annual Change of Watch ( 7 ..Prl.1

dates. I travel from coast.to- Home Party of Venice Power Squadron .

coast. I rettrvt in Econo.Car will be held Saturday at

by phoning stead for r srvition Early Wynn's Steak House
Permanent Lawrence N. Taylor will be
and on arrival,
installed as commander. Installing .
thtre a brand new
Chrysler with Free Trial Size offIcer will be District
product walling, and rtadytarolll -
Commander George Meyers FEW DIAICET FAUCFT
I I like to 'drive a bar NewConditioning i ( N. of Sarasota.
.In. .- r1
A social will begin at
THAT'S WHAT MAKES 8 p.m and dinner will be servo J. V/ MOORE

EMMETT KELLY Jr SMILEI! : ed at 7 p m.Invitation PLUMBING CO.

is extended to all

EIJll8tARr members wives and friends Harbor Lights On The Trail r
Music will be provided for dm
1 PHONE 488.4450
r fastest growing ner and dancing.

I car rental system ------
I Would you save S10 monthly
0 S"W"IIItI Cir bung' repaired. ?

Stilt"? Need a or lor shopping' "Come Hear the Chant of to
Crying Auctioneer! assure
I trip? Phone Econo "ar and GRANDPARENTS !I your grandchildren

wall Free weir pickup i money delivery saving on smile new, at FRUITVILLE DISCOUNT AUCTION of a college .
EconfrCer Val ants, Plymouths 1 '

with Oodles safety or seat Chryslers..belts.All radio equipped neater. n $323 value Offering A Real Public Service to This Community '(You get to keep the savings, too!)

and automate t transm.ss.on.. Rental Bring Us What You Want to Sell: Buy What You Need.
covers cost I gas all and insurance. $250Ogilne
There are always crowds, for this great auction (il well Grandparents! If your grandchildren are now under six you eon assure them of the

petronized by both buyers and IIIIIers. Here Is the perfect to attend college at very little cost to you Just the opportunity
join Scholarship You
Home Permanent,
method of buying what you want and selling what you save $10 monthly (lif they under three)
$3 are or $20 monthly (if they between
with exclusive Pre Perm have lure, swift method of honest ore 3 and six),
a giving
or getting en
butlMaa but have
par dyson never to spend cent of this
ga ear 24 Conditioner, idle you choose price you a savings account if you don't want to. Yo. simply

art the type of wave you want donate the earnings to the Scholarship Club The Scholarship Club, In turn, will pay a large

pica p"n, per mite, New Conditioning Shampoi Open every day, 10 to five, except Sunday, showing port of your grandchildren' college expenses during their last three years. It will amount to

JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO with Protein (reg 6 oz. tit a magnificent stock of new furniture and home furnishings, manymany times the earnings you donated.

$1.50)) gives hair body. bargains galort
Give your grandchildren a gift which will really last. We
helps protect it from split sincerely recommend this
Auction 7 p.m. Tuesday 3&, Friday, consigned merchandiseto program
and to of
one officers
emit and breakage urge you see our soon for complete details.
Don't delay for only
sell to the highest bidder tales guaranteed. children under
six art eligible. Capy !ipM mi k, u,. Cotloa far Ed.uu.ui Deeelopmens
Member of National Auctioneers Association, Col. Me-

DIAL 408.1096GOODYEAR I I ? Farland it easily one of the more capable auctioneers on

N the West Coast *

t I To find: Turn East off U.S. 41 at Sears Roebuck's, driveto EBVENICENOKOMIS BANK

AUTO CENTERIN end of Bahia Vista, turn left I block on Cattleman's Rd., sea 4 4

'I -5740 Celery Lane-Sarasota Phones 955-5511 I or 955.8822. ,, VENICE, FLORIDA

VENICE MGPPU3' : Open every week day, 10 to 5-Auctions Tuesday & Fridays

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during isale' 1999 i :,
$ ONLY tines; Crank

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microphone Monitor ear + COUPON i
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travel, school. .

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the advertisement appears and we will meet or beat
+1 9, I any current price when and as advertised providing \ CHILD'S
it Is not in violation of the law. CHAISE

( Lawnfurnitureforadults rand
children in colorful
\ woven webbing k sturdy
aluminum tubing.;
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tables eti yn list.
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LAWN Over 4 spread.
CHAIR __ / I t ,
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Heavy chromium finish. DROWSE ELECTRIC P

Rigid lock handle. Light ALARM CLOCK u
weight and compact.
Wake to alarm. then i
Adjustable for "drowse" for a few extra -
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slip rubber ; dial] .
feel ;g ELECTRIC ,

HOT PLAT; Comparable I hlt;12.ony 7 Piece CADDYS S

r ',-With baked enamel finish% Val. 6.98 Beautituilydeeigned

; ;; Yti'? +, / igtHandy, inhomei for office use, *. ;?<> ; t.> o 4 trving set to make easier your

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tilt for shade. Colorful s W1TH
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floral print. 4" scalloped 6UJLTs.
s. fringe edge.

ta SPECIAL 12.88 ,
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I 5-1/2/ foot.i ., f. t high, 6
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k-' ,, inum pole
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with laminated vinyl plastic coverings Non- tI; y \
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? Vinyl plastic cover- 21" WEEKEND. .5.49 r

9 f 25" TOURIST. 6.49 r/ r '
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INSTAMATIC CAMERAS Crank Carrying handle Removable tA A
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elevating me("hanism fcliWVChrome
KODAPAK Cartridges



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20" FAN MH?
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versible on floor etc.Use in

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JIG'e) 4PAK" tokeepfood hot or cold. Made
; of scuff-proof water resistant, .

only 59-I 1. :>, .

i_ 10 oz, INSULATED 1
WraparoundSports TUMBLERS n. 1 GALLON

Sunglasses Keeps&MUGS drinks hot or ALPINE JUG
I cold, Decorator de
by signed. Color choice, Exterior&,liner of super tough
f. 1 -"- 9i. linear polyethylene. Insulated
_.-' / 23 ea, 4/88/ ( A with "Vacucel.' "*" ', ,.
i 14 oz.
../ ) 27* ea..k. 4/1.00 ; 99 .' : ;
a W o MOST STUES'complete h2.98andn.98 I


' And for eyeglass wearers... /
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Osier o Grant Opti.Clipover '

1I..IJ Basses men Sunglasses, women for and t.'- .. ::1Ga1.; J UG with Pouring Spout 4 x,99,
j.OO \
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up to 2,400 q. feet.

WATBtTIMOt Skts s.rimkl.r .ff! 3JB8 PISTOL NOZZLE HOSE NYLONS, Seamless Mesh 2 Pre 1.00

tw. N RETiSP 1Nl(1FR( ; $' 5 -' FOOT SOX, Nylon Stretch 29( '

G : of rtlTtrCurrltf0lthott four lawn shapes,. ";y' c sled, '{ 8 pc. COMB SET, 29c Yal. I9c

.A,b Yr 72 U k.' TOOTHBRUSHES/Reg.Super yg 39c j/I.OO/



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you normally
(TIISSLJE plastic kittli.REG. ,, for only a penny a day. (

79c I 1 JOO's REG. $1.98
Rexall Brand. (III IVSSS

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most LOTION i
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prescription service I lo-z=+/ .. 1b LjQUIll
backed by the specialized' r r "'l IJ Aluminum! and Magnesium Hydroxides Aj'-
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as" \ Plain dial; ivory. /jj

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I price Adult or Infant lae, + Mentholated, styles and colors.Approximately .
BOTH FOR 15"x 3 9 C TISSUE. DISr !,ISPofysfyren
: REG. 26" Pick up several
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( YOU BUY 365 ,

Rich in lanolin. Smooths dry, r rt

I." it """""" 'h.pped.hand'fhelpskeep
them.lovely. 16 oz.
M PLEHASUP nr.yN.rrlq

REXAII ", 'REG. 2.00
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FOR : LIQUID: ,; .
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5.49,V'8 oz. 3.75(-zerl) Pint 5.95(non ,
3.29V..I 144's
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2 IO .
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Fw.fast pain relief' ,n"!:::' FOR MEN'S & BILLFOLDS $100 r/J ,
NewTwTn.Hy e.
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E o EMMET REG. 2.49 Twist 6FRAGRAN.CESSpice 0',Spring Lemon Bouquet:, Lilac, 2 t t LADIES'HAIR BRUSHES I'Blossom.
$1.59 each Time Sea. Breeze,Pine D'
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4 nib far .

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Choice of Regular or for"Hard-to-Hold"" s
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Ruby red,sp cy flavor.Pint Seamed or seamless Rose, Golden Lilac, Spring lily,
BEG 4.95 ,., Twg. 7oz. Aerosol, Baby Cart 6-o:,Aerosol
BEG 79c -, is j _' REG. 69c

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100' ((0689)79t )

Small,,Medmm, ,or Urge(IIU2)) .., ,, -............__3 [0/1100 SPRAY

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