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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00181
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area en Florida1 West Coast Osprey Laurel Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Garden, Venice East Englewood, North Port CWIotte
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NO. 21 8 PAGES MEMBER! THE: ASSOCIATED
L. 20, FRESH VENICE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH '14, 1964 MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION PRICE 10 cants
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'ontest Club Votes Start :


II NPC Decides a


Decreasing Value Friday .



L t the end of thil week, the working fast gathering sub- the time to get the
atest., b vote offer of The scriptions and promises of subscrIptions votes is NOW will "" .
j\DOLIER $4,500 SubscripI in a supreme effortto point to get as many $30 : i Its Manager-
Contest will end poll as many votes as possible of subscriptions as f .r
, romptly at 9 p.m. Friday, while clubs yield the most turn them in at the ,V '

ch 20, votes issued for $30 credIt. This is the greatest vot fice by 9 p.m. Friday, .
J 'i of new and renewal sub- ing opportunity of the entire 20.
ptlani wll: start dropping contest All contestants who Help Favorite Reach ]
will coi:mue to drop 25,000 have hopes of being numbered Subscribers and iti r .
i week, for the next three among the honored prize win- The GONDOLIER can f 1 a .

k>, ners will make the most of it. their favorite contestants ksue
,try contestant should beVote Contestants who realize that their goals and give the 1 ',' f.I Mayor

>.f '" '"- >F ..... "" vote credit on their 'if
n" "'- "'" tions by subscribing or p.::101
,
in advance NOW

Leaders Are Showns waiting same subscriptions until later 2)r Ir( NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE poser in semantics Friday and to perform the duties of city
votes yield When is a mayor a city came up with a Solomon-like manager with the stipulationthat
,I Jj manager, or vice versa? 1 I decision. I he do it as mayor, not as
Contest Gets GoingThe who Amang are the striving men and to ,. ," The North Port Charlotte The commission voted Mayor city manager
.' city commission pondered this Flavors E Wood authority The question, which stirredup
new $2,482 50 Ford or .
I $500 :>:: It1. something of a flap here
vote battle i* on! Today's standings show the vote cash or one of the : )
week from
\ the past arose the
ten fir more than $4,500 in prizes and commissions offeredThe prizes. the t'onS"n5US of 1 r fact that when General Dt>vel.
ion is that ,ill the ,f Combo On Homes
GONDOLIER in it. subscription contest. I possible under getting the t t p' opment Corp founded North,
'
The first count of votes credited to contestants was mader :' r Port Charlotte in 1959 the com.
offer is the /I .
main stepping
nit week reports were In This count includes all votes 'J munity was chartered for a
to final I
lied for individual subscriptions, $30 clubs of subscrip- success : city manager form of govern
rj and 800 free vote coupons through Friday March 13th. The Each thousands Subscription W' Offered Buyers'We ment
of
i published vote is not all the votes credited to contestants : General Development In recent
votes to be
gained on ia" months turned over to the
it shows their ACTUAL POSITIONS for the $2,482.50 Ford
:ti COlt, the $500 in cash and other prizes. This brings con- tions secured the week .1 feel that it's a tremendous the EPS Gate section of Venice residents responsibility for conducting .
to make
,:MI( up to date on what position they hold in the contest serve for the hardest victory' e k opportunity for potential I The offer is in effect and its the governmental affairs .
attendant
THE PRIZE WINNING : municipal
GET VOTES THIS REEK the Ji home buyers, Paul Cocknll through April 1.
contest. One extra $ services.
7114.00 three year subscriptions, 3 $30 clubs yields 1,625,000TES. of subscriptions turned ......" ,_. _'k ____ spokesman for the Parade of I The 1964 Venice Parade of No City ManagerIt

day instead of next Rusty a hr.; :. ime collie which adopted the Homes builders, said in referring Homes is celebrating its third did not have a city manager -
I 10.00 two year subscriptions, 2 clubs, yields 865,000 mean the difference Siblej f-milj at V... Erst poses with four-:/eai: '.old I to the $640 discount he anniversary and, influencing before then, nor has it
>TES. winning the first prize Sibley Rusty epcnts n'. nights;: guarding the home of and five other members are the builders decision to make had one since for, as Mayor
6 $5.00 one year subscriptions, 1 club, yields 385,000 VOTES. last prize when the final 's grandmother. Mi '. Ru'sell Shank. I giving in a combination pur the spectacular offer, was the Wood explained at Friday's
The contest is wide open. Contestants can accept subscripJ (Continued on page (GONDO1 II;R PHOTO b\ Bob Obcndorf) chase of a lot and home in wave of public response and commission meeting the community .
and votes from anybody, anywhere. There is no certain interest shown each year dur- is not yet big enough to
story assigned to any of them. Several who have turned ing the two months that the afford one
me or more subscriptions on the first $30 club can get in I model homes are open. This After Wood's election as
tunning by completing their clubs this week, -p. O. Expands Quarters I year's parade at East Gate on mayor last fall he drew up a

MMES, alphabetically VOTH POSITION East Venice Ave. was report list of assignments for the five.
ed to have topped previous member commission, which

Evelyn M. Acheson Rt 1, Bx. 157, Nokomis .. 5,500 A significant expansion Postmaster :J Douglas Arnall leases the building from t.esterI I mall to approximately 5,000 years for attendance. was approved subsequently by
Ralph M. Adrian Box 264, Voice .. .. ... .. ,724,000 in an essential local program "in. said six carrier routes have B. Baynard who had it built persons on the several city andone I The six builders, Al Welch, the ficial commission. and made of.
James AJtman, 936 Groveland, Venice .. ...,. ...714,000 dustry" earlier this month been moved Into the nW hew charter
Shirley Aokl, 408 S. Nokomis Venice .. .. .... 5500 went virtually unnoticed by its ters adjacent to the main post present lease runs until 1967, 81-mile rural route serves three Harley Whlteaker, Cocknll was drawn and, a voted Into ef.
t Lucille C Bates, Rt. :2, Bx. 1906 Nokomis .. ... .. 6000 customers, the general public. office building, with one auxiliary with two five-year options main areas South Venice, the three owners of Gulf] Coast feet by the community, with
James E Blades, Box 738 Nokomis .. ". .. ... .709,000 of city route and the single Arnall recalled that the Ven west of US 41; Warm Man Development, Herb McAfee, the language following In some
lack attention
'MS. Bredmg, 933 Dawn St.. Venice .. .. ... .... .720,000 And the the rural route still operating out ice Post Office was serving eral Springs; and the Venice Ed Clawson and George Kun- instances that of the original
James W. Cobb, Box 800 Nokomis ...,.. ... .." 5000 surrounding be expansion attributed of the post office proper. only one rural route when it Farm Road. kle, are offering interested buyer charter.
roe W Egglefield Box 755, Nokomis . .... .101,000 probablY can the location-in the to the tremendous moved from the Venlce-Noko- Six of the city routes are a choice of more than 24 One of these Instances was
to Pointing
Ann Ford, Box 87, Venice ? . . .. ., 5.000 largely behind the Venice Post expansion in postal service mU Bank building to its new "mounted," with the carriers home plans to choose from anda where it read that the "city-
Thomas Gardner, 434 Hickory Rd., Venice .. . 5000 alley Office. since the main post office quarters in the heart of the delivering from cars. The choice of over 100 lots in manager" would exercise certain -
'mil E, Grimm Rt 2, Bx. 3040 Nokomis .. .712,000 in downtown business district. seventh is a bicycle route. East Gate.Currently. perogatives
s. J. A Hightower, 529 Riviera, Venice . .. . 58,500I. The "industry," of course, Is building, 1957 was, Postmaster occupied Arnall October The local office now has seven One of the larger employersIn open daily for public ,' At last Tuesday night's regular
Donald W. the post office and the expansion the area the Venice Post i inspection between 10 a.m.
. Houcke, Rt. 2, Bx. 1110A, Nokomis 5000 noted that the building was city routes and a parcel post commission meeting: Como
I s. Antoinette S. Jones, 401 Orlando, Venice .. .., .146500 program involves the des ned to handle only two route along with the rural Office now employs 25 persons I and 5 p.m. nre six homes, The mNsioners W L. Cosman Sr
I. Charles W. Jones, Box 313, Osprey . . . 70,500 lease of an additional 600 I : with for route Arnall further cited that the Malibu, built by Welch; The and Wm. H McGee raised
,me Kralik, 745 Laurel Ave., Venice . . .. ... 75,500 square feet of pace' at the i I mute: no provision "x- growth since his appointmentas Martinique, by Mayer; The the question whether Wood was
sA Krause, 628 W. Venice Ave., Venice .. .. . i,000 rear of The Bon -!lop as a new I, pan'IonThe mall said the Venice Post postmaster two and one- Cardinal by Whiteaker: The exceeding his authority In pen
s. Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr., Englewood 711,000 "Carrier Annex Post O'f:ce Dep ,I" "> it( ():Uce currui'\\' i IS sic li\ermj; half years ago has averaged Starfire II by Heath: The Mai !. forming such functions especially

John Kruse, Rt. 1, Bx 552, Venice . . .620,500er ipproximately one and one- son Bleu, by CockrIll ; and the in assigning specific duties
Helen OSB Box 1027, Venice . .. 5 000H half routes per year Southern Belle, bv Gulf Coast I .
lf' .
Maurer, Bx: 399, Casey Key, Nokomis; i .: ::.. : : : : 40500Marprie : I 1',, : Development and Builders I. Special !Meeting
;I. ; Maurice, Box 357, Nokomis . . 709,500 I I Inc All are members of the Wood called Friday special
!. Leona E McKibbon 311 E. Safford, NPC, Venice 53,500 a } Dahl Quits- National!. Association of HomeBuilders meeting to clear the matter up,

s. Clen j R Morton Box 1143 Venive ... 500,500 (Continued on page 2))

Kenneth Norwood, Box 235 Nokomis . .. ... 633,000
I. Margaret Paul, Mun, Tr Park, Venice .. .. 729000 OfficialKenneth
I I. Mildred M Pedersen Rt 1, Bx. 230 . 721,500 Dahl resignationas Tax Branch OpensSarasota
Edith Peterson 375 E. Safford Ter, NPC Venice 5,000 administrator of Venice
s. Thelma Pool, 305 Sea Grape Rd., Venice . 76,500 has been acceptedwith -
Hospital
I. W, F Pool, Gulf Dr., Venice . . . . 105,000 regret by the board of County Tax Assessor to 5 p.m. daily and from 9 a.m.
I. R, Madge Powers 817 N Tamiaml Tr., Venice 716,000 directors It becomes effective William N (Bill) Stuart to 12 noon on Saturday.

a, Ruby Robinctt, Laurel . . e 130,000 Mav 1Tho has set up a temporary South Stuart noted that persons
I. Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center, Venice .. ..613,500'I decision by Dahl to quit, County branch office in the who purchased a new home in
Mary Scaglione, Box 1616 Venice . .. . 721000 which had been anticipated, Venice City Hall for the filing ]1961 must file a brand new
t Bill Shirley Hobart Rd., Venice . ... .. . 5,000 was made known In a letter of Homestead Exemption applications application for 1964 He added
I. Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress Venice ... .. 504,000 h ss presented to the board at its and renewals. that the branch office also will
'!, Robert L. Stephens 731 Cypress Venice ... .727,000 s meeting Friday night, Mrs. Eleanor Hare a clerkIn be available to assist South.
I. Polly Taylor, Rt. 1, Albee Rd., Nokomis .. .. 722,000 Dahl letter said: Stuart's office, will receivethe Countians in preparing and til.
a. Dorothy Thompson, Box 703. Nokomis .. .. ,. .546,000 I "During the past year pressures applications from South ing of tangible and intangible
'I. Joyce Toole, Box 935, Venice .710,000 on me as administrator County residents in the Coun- personal property tax returns
t Roger Totten Rt. 1, Bx. 345 Venice ... .. 108,500 of the hospital have greatly cil chambers. Stuart will maintain and any other problems re-
s *. C Traver, 204 Bayshore Dr. Venice . .. .728000 Increased. I have always striv the service here through! garding county taxes.
I, Viola Wood, 342 Matara Ct., NPC, Venice .. 709,500All on: to perform my duties faith. April 1 the final date for fil Stuart said persons filing
contestants in the above list who do not make regular fully and well, and I feel that ing. new applications should bring:
ky: reports from now on will be dropped according to the during the coming year far The new Venice headquarters with them a deed or ',Id tax
test rules.'QtlTTERS. greater pressures will come bill containing a le-a) description
will be from Sam of
open the property
with which I physically
am _
NEVER QlIT"J -
NEVER WIN, WINNERS ----
unable to cope."Subject .
race is just starting for the contestants who have to your approval I
Mence| in their own ability and the courage and determina."try would like to tender my resig
to win. It's already finished for those who knewt nation at this time, to become S
t couldn't win anything when they entered. It's also effective May 1, 1964"

shed for those who are easily discouraged and offer rea- .. -- --- After the meeting, the board
"a" and excuses for their failure to make any progress, issued this statement: "At the
.'"lining won't win, but campaigning, will. Your friends NEW CARRIER ANNEX Four of the city carriers John Pelto, Robert Ridley, H A. board meeting on Friday,
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1 t.1 help you unless you ask them. No contestant can hope carriers at the Venice Post Office case the Brannon and Paul Nichols. Dt'terminedlook- March 13, this resignation was
"'11by picking other contestants whom they think havere mail for their respective routes in the new log official walking toward the camera at accepted with regret At the
time and can do more than they do themselves The carrier annex next door to the main post the left of the picture is Assistant Post- moment there is no information
derl of today may be trailing when the final votes are office building on West Venice Avenue Near master Coleman Reese. as to whom Mr Dahl's
'""M. The only difference today between a new entrant ly ready to start on their daily rounds areA (Gondolier Photo) successor will be."
d i
with the highest vote is just a matter of starting -. -<. "" 11.. ....._...J. '" .:JIII.. '11< "
campaign to win.


I L Father O'Neil Transferred ..I I m First Lady Portraits On Exhibit


The Rev. Michael A. 0'Neil unique exhibition of 45 oil House as well as the Libraryof ruled Washington society for House gained publicity are
of the Epiphany Catholic paintings of the wives, sisters, Congress for old paintingsand more than 40 years Abigail Adams, the wife of
Church, has been recalled by nieces and friends who actedas photographs from whichhe Wilson has a painting of a John Adams the first lady to
Bishop Reh of South Carolinato White House hostesses for made his 9 by 12-inch reproductions woman whom he had been told live In the White House, and
a new assignment U 1 S. Presidents opens todayat in oil. Some even by the Library of Congresswas who hung her weekly wash in
Father O'Neil came to Ven- the First National Bank of were taken from small miniature the wife of Jefferson, but the East Wing; and Lucy
ice three years ago from Holy Venice. tintypes.All he told The GONDOLIER whenhe Hayes the wife of the coun

Name Parish, Birmingham, The collection of "FIRST are attractively framedIn recently visited Monticello, try's 19th President, Rutherford -
Mich., for reasons of health. LADY" portraits is complete similar but Individually\ designed the former home of Jefferson B, Hayes, who was a
Before reporting to his new assignment From George Washington frames that bring out near Charlottesvllle, Va, he radical prohibitionist and re
Father O'Neil will wife, Martha, to the present the colorful tones of the oil was told the painting was of fused to allow liquor served at
be guest chaplain on a two incumbent Claudia Taylor 1 paintings Martha Blair, a cousin of the White House
weeks cruise In the Caribbean, (Lady Bird) Johnson Priceless Jefferson. This is the only All of the Presidents' wives I
sailing out of New York on the Archives SearchedSo Among the almost priceless painting in his entire collection with the exception of the wife
Santa Rosa on March 20 He far as is known, this Is collection are paintings of Dol about which there is the slightest of John Quincy Adams, were
will leave Venice today.A the only complete collection in ly Madison, the wife of President l- doubt as to its authenticity, born In the United States Although ANf A HAPPY Sf, PATRICK'S DAY TO YOU-Kay Swecbe,
farewell tea was held In existence Venice artist FredE. James Madison, who not he said born In England she Venice High sophomore poses prettily ax the colleen centerpiece -
his honor In the church hall Wilson, of 336 Ponce deLeon only acted as hostess for Presi- Washwoman was an American citizen being of a shamrock produced in our at department hothouse
Sunday by the members of the Avenue, had to search dent Thomas Jefferson a.well Two other" Pi, ives the daughter of a Balti- by Artist-Illustrator Peg Bogert In honor of tomor

186 *EV, 0';= parish", x the archive of the White aj her husband", but who .hOH exploit 4.he White ((CooUaued! eo page t)- row' 1 big day toe UM Irisb.I ,.,


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Legion Birthday (Continued from pgse 1) Contest ClubContinued (Continued from pga 1)

S&L PostGeorge At this meeting Cosman Bug more merchant, Wilson ex
ENGLEWOOD) Englewood gested that certain decision
Legionnaire, in conjunctionwith should be made by the com ( from page 1) can accomplish more in hour plained. With Pat Bang

the Olt'* Ladies Auxiliary K. Page, executive minion as a whole, and not by I Is made by the board of judge than others can accomplish in. Former Architect
will celebrate the 45th anniversary vice-president! and managing individual commissioner days. It all depend on the Individual. Before retiring and movln
the
of the founding of officer of First Federal Savings Wood countered that corpOrations on final day. No matter how busy; to Venice five year ago Wilson rhone 474-SB4

the American Legion at a special and Loan Assn. of Sara. and other city governments Every contestant will be you are, you may accomplish a graduate of Kansas Mrs. Lola Wallace and her niece Mary Robbing
joint meeting today at 8 sota, has been elected to represent delegate such authority, striving hard during the next enough to win by trying. You State University School of for two weeks. They are Mary' parents Mr" h-, I
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p.m. at the Legion auditoriumon the state of Florida as and asserted that they'd never few days to get as many J3(O have all to gain, nothing to Architecture, was a government E.guests V. Robbins from a suburb of Philadelphia. Mr. Jill

McCall Road. treasurer of the Southeastern get anything done if they had clubs of subscriptions a. possible 10... architect for 30 year. Superintendent of Personnel of the Pennsylvania Bobbin,
Conference of the United States to get the high vote credo of the Living in Washington he had Rsllw.y' 1',
Following a brief joint session to call a meeting of all the The preliminaries contest I terday the, went down to Fort My.rs and were UII
with the auxiliary ladiesas Savings and Loan League. management every time a decision it. are over. But there still is unusual apportunities for gain. the river in Lola' brother.in.l.w's_ boat Today they a_. !
hostesses a program of Florida played host this week had to be made. Readers of The GONDOLIER plenty of room for real live- ing pertinent background Information Boca Grand for a day of lint s w...
to the 1964 Southeastern Conference who help contestants complete No has regarding his hobbyof Cow of India.
Croup singing, dancing and refreshments When Wood suggested that wire contestants. one ing. Chairs, umbrellas, blanket The hlihlJr'
is planned under at Bal Harbour on Mami the commission members air $30 clubs this week instead of a vote lead that could not be painting the 45 "first ladies"of and pillows, plus picnic was the "tea" In N hru'l GI'

I the supervision i of Junior Vice-I Beach. I. their specific complaint aFriday' .tI next will help them win. overcome \by: a real, hard-hit our country. basket* went along. They will den where he reeled

Commander Ernest Thelin. He The league is a voluntary I meeting, Cosman replied Best Time For Work ting campaigner. If you are not George E. ToungVrg Sr., be on the go constantly while. shook hand with each' vtailll Ii'
will be assisted by Charles E. association organized to advance with some heat he was easily discouraged and hire president! of the board of directors the Robbins are her. member.
Yale. Jay Fitting William the interest of raving not disposed to "wash dirty Contestant who put forth the will to make an effort, you of the First National -0- Then on to the Holly
lit linen her. In H. their best efforts during the re. enter NOW and soon over- who arranged for this IIt
( Haste Mrs Ernest Thelin. and loan associations and siml right public. can Bank Lemon Bay Woman's Club the River Jordon, B
chairman of the unit; Mrs lar institutions. Among its purpose 'also made mention of "money malning days of this first Important tome other entrants. The only unusual exhibition said it had the privilege of two outstanding the Walled City of Jlrusall thlehl1t

William Haste President Mrs are to devise safe spent that shouldn't have been vote period will find it difference between most of would continue for the next guests at a recent with the Golden Gate

Hilda H. Clare Mrs. Louie ods of doing business spent" and "under the table an excellent time to get sub- those now entered and a new two weeks in the lobby of the luncheon meeting.Mrs. "Way of the Cross" with and ,!

Sheppard Mrs. George Beach Improve statutes and meth'l decisions." scriptions. entrant Is Just a matter of seeIng bank and urged all school chil, Royal Copeland lived in at each staHon. ,

and Mrs. Marie L. Albright. tions affecting the Finally, the commission All who have favorite in the a few of your friends and dren.' Moeciallr those of high,;: Japan for two and a half :years Finally Paris
went into a huddle with its attorney race will want to give theirsubscriptions getting them to give subscription age, to see this exhibit. He fascinated with In .,
there she became (000)()() chestnut
-K XX- XK) -i( and drew up a charter while they yield *. reminded parent that the While of dollmak- trees and ""
streets
with the art
amendment reading: "The the most credit. Contestants First National Is open from 8 a magic city
start off
Some entrants
VENICE MOVIE LOG may ing, first learning! to cut and ous landmarks, the EiffdC
mayor will assume all other who realize this will not lag with a few subscriptions from p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday nightsso
thento
costumes er the
various
the wonderoUi
,
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL duties provided in sect. 20 of along. They will get busy and their friends and then fail to children can attend without sew dolls windows of .lalned, ss.
dress the Notj
of North Port time from school.Births a Dame ,;
the charter become real contenders for the keep on hammering toward the losing si.
Eacllarment Is handmade walk cafes Then New
DRIVE-IN THEATRES Charlotte Fla., as amendedand largest prizes. goal. Others will see a few ; City, circling '
machine would be over the sij
stitching un ,
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Pri..,. .........,. P..e not hereinafter assigned or Any contestant who up to friends and relatives and then thinkable. After each Is fully I of Liberty and at Ian the ,
_ .... 11_'., delegated. until the city growl now has been accepting promises say that there' not any more clothed I of the Sunshine Skyway Iii
M.d.' .. M..h 11 warrant the appointment of subscriptions should prospects for subscriptions.A representing many and II.
and finances I blue water of
Tbu> flow w........, "PIYTO.. ,:LACS' of a professionalcity "go after" those promises The few contestants have talked HARSH. Mr. ... II",. Rok.it I*., phases of Japanese life, the Mr*. Huth the bar.
.. Jr.. VtnlM. diurhter, AnnMt. El.milUrrfc. tiny hands, feet and torso are displayed brit,
......, Tfcn "od"" ., inu .:: o'C.r.1L7.In. ..... manager." ones who try to make all promise with a few people who "bom Muck I. IttU p.m.xn.zouosr. bent into natural positions. let a charm from each

CAPTAIN KIWMAN. M. D." Still unconvinced Cosman' good this week will find already subscribed and Mr ... Mm F.rrl.' M, try, 18 In all, a truly cherish con,
and McGee voted "nay" while themselves making some real gotten the idea that haV.1 v.51,. -, .,*. itnurhtnP.m.l4 4.xh. High on the wall In the livnff keepsake from a
alec I .!). Nwtk M V. 41SI Mayor Wood and commissioner progress in the matter of vote. body has been aeen." Kill. bora Mu
G...,, PaotI ea' Toe, c..tIa .r Hubert W. Fox and Mrs. are more than 10,800 I home, is a shelf with indirect
Thelma B. Roeder voted "aye" Just Getting Started live new and renewal subscriptions I lighting where her dolls are I members and guests ,.
joyed the
and it carried three to two. The contest 1* just getting a available in this area. Hospital Report displayed. One Is reminded of under the luncheon prep,,

One of the questions at Issue good start. People are watch. This contest offer an unlimited the theater with lights and all direction of chii'
WOLFER MOTORS Inc. log the Most of ABMTRKION8Mirrk the actors The man Mrs. Betty Smith k
was whether someone race shape up. opportunity for the man or 6n-stage. warrior md

RAMBLER DODGE should act as deputy to Fox them are speculating on whichof woman who can realize that a 4 Wllll.nl w.._.,... VnMI .. the Princes, Geishi girls, committee. Mrs. Fiona,
>I5 S. Tamiaml Trail 488-3965-4"-150 when Fox Is out of town. Fox the contestants have it withIn small number of these will be J,,lli t. .rln.......E..I0., ....' Hi Gelshis of lesser talents, the Mrs.Hughes Miss Hazel Trett"
Cur, Nokornli! ""III. Johnitn., Vow Norman
himself resolved this by making them to put up the hardest asked to subscribe during the leo, Mu Guthrli.. Enclrwoo4: Piter Coolie, the Kabuakl charactersof Fraser M.
SPECIALIST IN a motion that Cosman be battle for the winning votes. contest. Meow, V..I.*, 1._ K Cl pp. Enilo : ,.- the theatre weeping Madam Karl Hoffman Mrs. 'CM (

ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT made his deputy. The commission The majority of entrants in All that is required to win i Is .hoe",dt i DeN.('.1Cn.I.-I... W. 8tav.ni, NokomtolMirck 5 Butterfly and many others Westman. Mrs. Edwin ttl_

Brat Repair Lubricate Chauil adopted this motion un. one of these contests can find to get Interested and make .. I Riilk H.rrh./ V...,,.. Em. were Interesting to the club icy and Mrs. Glen penny.
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"' .01... r/nkomto A.d_ rli.fhirHarrll .
Front End Alignment? Oil Chang. animously.Fox some reason why they are unable some effort then battle it V..I.l."h. re' .. V.i .,.., lI.b, Girl ladies and guests.A -
and to to finish Vl.lr.1 R.n/o/ J. Clhlll. CatlfIllmih : sidelight on her talk waS The Englewood .
Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Beami Is safety director accomplish anything. through the regardless Con,
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Wheel Balancing Electrical RepairsEngine as such is in charge of such The ones who make the greatest of rumors, discouragement, (-t F., Vinlni RI., Jinrt. vowie.i"sty, R-, Vmlfi.F. the annual celebration, each Group presented Its ?CIO)

Overhaul S Automatic Standard things as fire, health and po- progress will be those with and your competitors. The contestant Mvok < B.hT hid Kllhnifk. v.... year, of Boy's week in Japan. evening of music on March r
Any or ...| DeaN Golllrr, Fn.lrwixvli Mimrat The sign of strength 1 Is the About 200 attended
Radio Repair Transmission Repair lice service elf-assurance, courage and the that you think mightdo TMnpklni, En: .1iwon41. John Con- I Stlectio-
The meeting wound up on a determination to keep on try- the most may do the least. l..,.. V....i v..... Blikop v...,.., carp. Each family honored by were a march "Down Mn

Air-conditioning Repair and Installation harmonious note with everyone In,. The one who make no No entrant loses. Everybodygets A.b.Cow'..,.,[.I.v.Rock..,..., Endxraod) Pitrloi. having sons, hoists a flag with Street"; a solo, "One AIm

on agreement that all progress will resort to that old a prize, bonus or commission. II.,reh T Mirorilft Wlwt., P.._.._. a carp design to the top of their .b uReVVmillm Everhart It
lands should work together familIar phrase "I don't Enter NOW and give it seed, AIIooot N.... V.niow, H... R. flag pole. I King and I." Inltr.
nthbu. Rk
ci.l.owills I
of this fast haw time else will trial. It costs to ... .. Girls' Is mental. iris, "El "
for the progress someone a :you nothing Crt".I. v. EI_ Ihm'' N. Day celebrated too, Choclo AC
GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL rowing[ community of 700 win anyway; Some people try. anlil, I wrwie* M Siliir' Via _: but rm a mttff I.....f. .*..1.!.. .. los Muchachas. Vein n.,
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0-0-1. L Mow N.1o.
homes. III..... S M.ttkiw.. Onkim. teamS daughters are not ;nearly; so important. : kreutz, Harold Sil e dntD;.;
tmil. r......... Vtrm Minir.1 BprintilIUral Williams. Vocal I
Carry (Out CvhMI. w.........., 555.: M.rr "Where ou.n
Brand discovered .ratal' ,, v......I NnrlMrn. Testes. V.... In 1959 Mr. Albert Huth, Or When, "Haw.i]!
Hennig .k.i, Ed. War Chant" Alta
ObituariesGEORGE l J. Molonir Vmlrai fiul R. Moore Dot
phosphorus by mistake in 1669. Cat",'"" .., V'DI"., Onk 1. Smith second vice president of the
!' BUCKET of. H. wa heating distilled Urine, a............, ....._ 541.5..... 10..... Florida Federation of Woman's Scott Merle Irving Raymw
.n.di, K.. Biihiw Enttowiai4.M.rdi : Clubs Scott. A Strauss valw se l,.
along with ISO membersof
looinc the residue would turn I Frank 5ies5. Oiprwl tion with
I out to-be a catalyst that would SHCLTZ Jessie Woods of Olympia and w. .... Wvten, V...... Doo... B Po.- the General Federation took violin solo "My lit

turn lead into gold. Instesd the Mrs. Laura Chadd of Redwood, .llr...,, Nnnh Yowl.Port. Ckrlitoplwr rhirlotut. Pow Vlrtor I... V.Tnn..ilc.l. off on a world trip. Her collection aryby Sing-Along Jack Stanford
ChIcken experiment produced a sub I George San Juan Shultx, 6!. Calif., and T grandchildren. I-ooh 0........ VralMt, ..sa.I, floff. of colored slides proved of George Cob
ot 1 Bayshor Road, Nokomls C.., KatkmxlMIUrH. V. P......... most interesting. Honoluluwas melodies Then a march lOt)
stance that glowed in the dark Funeral service. were held Vowlea. Lou. w...... v....... Director." a "ScreW
died of an accidental gun-shot .... the first where solo
atop
pure phosphorus.SwimIn0'70. by the American Legion Sat. III. 10 Cow T.elow. V..1eo I they by Dick
wound at his home Tuesday. urday at Rawles Funeral Home Sees Coolln. NnkomUl, Rui.il Tail.es. were greeted with the tradition.al Williams. Selector
V..I., _._ from
bJ:* was a native of Pitts- Chapel. The Rev. Donis Dean IA<..,.. ....... "'.'....Pei.r.i HWM| Viowi Breolw, leis and hula girls Especial Star South Pacific and th
Pa. and came to the area Patterson, Legion chaplain and Oivtirl G.m A. GllkraMli., v..,..' ly impressive was the flag raising Spangled Banner.
'
: $ 60 WHOLE V/j LB. P.lh.m R. The
; CHICKEN [110 Piece) in 1940 from Canon City Colo pastor of St Mark's Episcopal .... Enkwoo4l" Lhrur 0.Yowl.sWimS,.. Dur....., Seth.a wow. which is conducted each the next concert, the list rt
He was a member of No-Vel Church, was in charge.Mr. Ml*. morning on the remaining part season, will be held v

WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SlAW American Legion Post 159. Schultz: will be burled In 1II..h Leslie I -5.-se.,., Eeslowand.Discsascgs 110II1..... Ccis.macil of the Navy's ship Arizona in March 30.

1/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS WaterAT Survivors include his widow, a national cemetery. Pearl Harbor. Since that time, I The Instrumentalists vrt

Mrs. Katharine B. Schultz; a however a memorial has been Wesley Park, Jack Stan/on/ \,
,tall orders packed In foil lined buckets j son, Lu W. Schultz of Albu- LEONARD JAMES SPICEB Murk. 4. Br.trlM, Fttrlir. VmlMlin. built over the ahip to commem. Scott Morris, violins; Verno
,
Qullta Yowl.Ch.e's.
uerque! N. M., a daughter, ...... Milonv. orate i its Breitkreutz, Harold Shield-
Phone Ahead order will be ready Warm Mineral Vowowi t. Sum VMIIMI Funn.glwwin : sinking on Dec. 7, ,
your Mr. Florence B. Parker of Leonard James Spleen, 18,1 soh. 11.01..o0oi: A"" .. 11'.... Ccsi.caed 1941. clarinets; Syl Hilliard. ba<
Fort Morgan, Colo, his moth. of Jessica Street Nokomis i I1I1I..u no...... Pest" Ch..iotte I
PHONE 488.5075 1.1. Wiklesd, v..... Nineteen hour later the soon; Jack Teller Fttnc
Springs pr, Mn. Clara Miller Schultz died Thursday at Venice Hos II..." 5 G.mc-. ...... !In.......i group landed in Japan for a horn, Ray Scott, percussion!
of Wash. two broth. pital. Goova. Noknml. ....
Olympia, | Ch.
W. Ta GRANT CO. j
Pitta, VmlMl, Eolg 1(00..U ...,.....,, whirlwind tour of the country. Rev Wm. Everhart, trumpet!
12 Miles South of Venice era, Clyde Schultz of Seward, He came here from Saline, Vmlw, : D.nli Dc-ama... Nokomln., CS.. With 92,000.000 people in an Victor Costello, trombone.
1 Kan. and William P. Schultz Mich. 7 year ago. He retiredin ow" --W.. Port
CfcirlrtWt Inn.
RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE On US 41 the
\ Them... 0....... area sire of California. -u-
of Olympia l two sister. Mrs. 1954 after It
: years as a
.1 L-- C .,. Went
It..h I Ftc. Beotiss, ((01,1. every available inch of land is over to the Hamblij
bookkeeper with Ford Motor ,di). V.-s.l. Emil BII..II (... ...
Co. in Highland Park Mich. P..i'e.ed., M........ P...... s...., used for hillside farming. to find out how the broths
"I His FtKilbwk.. VmlMi. u.i.. M.... Pictures of Hong Kong were was, and found Mrs. Hambl-
birthplace Southfield ,.
was
HAPPINESS. a home of own Township, Mich. Vml III.|...Wllll.ni..'. E..N.e.o.S.S.t'.."" I Wilbur StoM Kd.Itll -, colorful, the hills coming el. in bed with a very bad coin
your Vnl...,; ed..lH. Me. VI.IML most to the water's 'edge. Tiger Before they left for Clearwitr
Mr. Spicer was a member of M.i.k t A... B-II... V......, Balm she
Gardens is went
reached by to the doctor and 'i
First Baptist Church( Ven Bnratt B,,no., Entkwoodl delia Bus. |
.to*. Inil...... ice.Survivors nodi. Bra G...., Vralol, Ruth H.rrta. looking! down found
include hIs widow, VmlM' M.I.IIU Jl-... Vsic-.i, on the city and They Tom okay, he W:
Mr*. Hazel Fern Pratt Spicer P-rl H..bo..",. Vt>lo.l Warn Nl.hota.| the bay Black pajamas are lost a great deal of blood rn
; V....., B.esd. 5ebe.. "'_... U. the typical Coolie costume the hemorrhage that took kilo
a son, George L. Spicer of No- said ascii_. V..I_
tomls; two brothers Grant lII.oeiI I a..Iot.. Pm., ,ainS.dl. among the various colorful the hospital I, but It kept t-
and V.Ioa. W._ ChmS,. Vows.l Aibest. dress. from having a stroke.
Spicer of Detroit
Clyde Spicer
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Bar. E..n"a Js'ees Cite, Cut: ...
Mich.[ a sister Miss sced. 0.., 0.., Irtl'.oodl 51.., Wealherwtse. Manilla in the -0-
11 Stella Spicer of Birmingham, I>coo
Mich., and two grandsons.The '.e. Monli CS.NsSseh Port OarMtei,,au Alfnd,-.. xiioweS. hi.|;- members of St. Petersburg from St. Louis Mo, have rr
V.ilM, Coill. Small two-wheeled visiting Mr. and Mrs. Join
Rev. Richard R. Lloyd, Nliiluraav, Enil: *- carts with a
.
fl pastor of First Baptist Church seeds Mink Jutf< -BtrtT.FMrieta Vtntofc' .(.,. V..S.i sun shade roof were much in Young on Washington Street
11I { of Venice, conducted the funeral Hut*. Or..,.... Lunl i HUT. M.r.U..| evidence, as a means of trans Sherla is the niece of Mi:
service V..I.. ,.._ 111' v-to>> J- portation. Young. After her .".
Saturday at VaiSr.sas. 555.-eS. staying
I you,1I I 1.1 I Rawlei Funeral Home chapel. Monh II AnuS LasS 00tIu.. The palace of the King of eral days they went on to Nr
...
Burial in Nokomis Cemetery, V.White, ""Zc-giow.edt_1. Pc-s.J,7.. pms VowS.t... V.Pm.'V .._ Siam was a fascinating study pies to visit friends

.S., 5155.-a A'ec-mmsa, ('_ Con""; of color and design. Scenes -o-
I WATNE HEMAN NICHOLS peta V...... r.oV...... Alms 5ms. from the movie of the same Twenty one couples a"

Wayne Heman Nichols, 82, name were shot in this Iocs- friends met at the home if

of 711 Groveland Ave., died tion. Small boats on the river Kenneth Malshows on Drar

Wednesday a Sarasota nursing Legal form a floating market every. Lane to enjoy pictures of no*

: home. thing from flower and vegetable .rn and western states

He was a native of Canada NOTICE Tk!. Poet!: Offloi NOTICE will;!:.....c-. NOTICE kl I.*. for *, to perfume and house- __II' ..-.
: enjy and came here from Canaan *. IMM Of .. ..._....11. Without' wares may be purchased.
} Vt., in 1991. He was retired M
from United Aircraft Corp. anda wwo or a four moor. ...... It Mahal, the graceful Sari, the and ;
member of will .5. .,d to Mlnr Mil o. .. eltr native dress
Benton Lodge 88, asilow., of the woman, the
'efls sad M d.lc-ow lor a r..t Nursing Horn !
Guild Miii. Vt. 0111. -.IDr... it will M m.d ......... Intricate carved ivory at the
H* was a member of the dee.55,5515_ems.c.-ia. Ie. tie W. ..".".". _oweS msS Bazaar, all added to the excitement 24 Hoe, Nursing Strrice" I
Rochester (Vt) Congregational boa.1p .- .1 M M of the trip. And of Phone Venice 4IS-WB :
Church. r_ sd ..-...... he ....... course, sir roses o* LION ATS. i
..,... ,- ..... ....... ;; ti; everywhere, the Sacred --_
it more with GOLD SEAL H* is survIved by his widow M I. offle. OF. upo. nmrt fnm" the

Mrs. France O. Nichols. Clock'.J.II.I Awn. II'I.: KUtln-; tk* Wwwi I
Services M Mortk
were held Saturdayat Port Chulou." .
Steal
Parley Funeral Home by 554 ,ec-t 5. 55 Sudo.,d I. tho besS.,. I IIt
HOME FINANCING tIoo 'a.th.tsa 5... thsa 1:00 :
j The Rev. Mile DePagter of 5'... 51.-ak 14, 1540.I I REALTYVIEWS
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Grace Methodist Church and .JDmirlM. An..UPuklhlil I
Venice Lodge 301, F&AM. M.f.'k
Helping JOB find happiness la lift Is our greatest( pleunrt. The finest thing II, 1544ECKHOVSE \

laid about our mortgage loan art said by the sassy families whom wa havf helped!

to become established in their own homes. Tbert'i a lot t. eonilder when you builder ) !

bay 10, If you're thinking of home ownenhlp remember, that Sarasota Federal'i

\I I experienced loan officers will be glad t* assist yen In any "'1. Come b soon! r AT THE JETTIES .with r hand no, fair can rU of_Iwinfl a 'family"'''I' \\


roof over thir 11405' \

7 NOW OPEN : by CHIPS JOHNSON Get Into a home of y** \

I own. You'll b* fra. from tht
"Y.*r$ ago e woman utedo l land' \
J by
DAYS A WEEK I to to the doctor to see ritrinti Imposed be surP". \

SA A OTA tii ._ SALAD.SANDWICH LUNCHEONS 'f Today the could she mud hav. children eel lord.how And easily you'll a horn e'J \

landlord." go to the be financed Com In ."< \
FAMILY ENTREES

I avlngs and loan association If you have bean renting, talk It evr.CHIPS \

MONDAY thru THURSDAY 75 you know there ft a lot of JOHNSON

1 CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES $1 truth In what he uyt. No I

S doubt you've learned of attractive REALTOR & INSUROR

Itteoxttfj/ Fomon SoW Bar rentals only to fine

; FRIDAY and SATURDAY C tign "No children" Or 306 W. V.nica A \

I DOWNTOWN SOUTHSIDE. GULF GATE VENIcE LOBSTER SPECIALOur perhaps have rented place Branch Real Estate offIce I\

0 Ills MAIN STREET so. SO. TRAIl AT STICKNEY POINT RD. 446 SO. TAMIAMI mIL Regular Menu Available Nightly! when and been forced to move KENT MOTEL \
the
--- baby was born.
-- Cocktail Hours. 4:30 to 6 p.m. Ham owners, on the oth. Phone 48S-227f ,\

HISH8ALLS. MANHATTANS MARTINIS We
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, VENICE GONDOLIER PHONE 488.3125










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cat'Ito $]0.00 CLUBS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL START EARNING2SOOOFEWERVOTESEACHWEEKSTAIlTINGONMAkCH


IrtII 29, f P.M. (Is.. Rule No. 4 below). TOG E T HIGH I $30 CLUB CREDIT I I IN $4,500 CONTEST


lilt B INDIVIDUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL START EARNING FEW. OPPORTUNITY CLUB COUPONS YIELD 100,000 VOTES THRU MARCH 20 '
lit ER VOTES AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST VOTE PERIOD,
OPPORTUNITY CLUB COUPONS YIELD 75,000 VOTES THRU MARCH 27
dlU MARCH 27. (See schedule below).
50,000 VOTES THRU APRIL 3 25,000 VOTES THRU APRIL 10
9 VERY CONTEST ENTRANT HAS THE SAME
., TO EARN EXTRA CASH AND EXTRA OPPORTUNITY STARTING FRIDAY MARCH 20 9 P.M., each $30 worth of new and renewal subscriptions turned In by contestants will earn

"ei WEEK AFTER BECOMING ACTIVE. (IS.. Rule 4)). 25,000 fewer votes each week for the NEXT THREE WEEKS. THIS OPPORTUNITY CLUB COUPON is the same as the FIRST WEEK

"DrIdo 9 EVERY CONTESTANT WHO DOES NOT REPORT SUBSCRIP.CASH AND VOTE COUPON less the extra bonus of $3.00. Each CLUB turned in by Friday March 20, with one of these coupons,

'., TIONS AT LEAST ONCE EACH WEEK FROM NOW ,ON gives 100,000 EXTRA VOTES above the regular Votes on subscription receipt book. The following week each club will give 75,000WILL

'o. BE DROPPPED. (See Rule No. 13)). If you are entered (Sec Rule No. 4)). There has been no change in the vote schedule. There can be no change. This is part of the regular! schedule

''t. in1 your neme Is tn today list, you have the tame opportunity of the contest announcement.
' winning start at other entrant who have made itert..
'III. |to get a e
If you are not entered, you can enter end get an even start with GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES THIS WEEK AND NEXT
,Inert In one weak
It
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IIIrt. Subscriptions Earn More 1 Prices sad Schedule of Votes for New and Renewal Subscriptions

11'I' Opportunity Club Coupon PHONE 488-58 Votes This Week and Next

GOOD FOR 100,000 EXTRA VOTES The following number of votes will be Issued (or subscriptions during the $',SOO Subscription Contest: ,A
rvu rvhe. ThIs coupon when accompanied by $30.00 worth of Subscriptions turned 'in this week and next by contestants -
ubtcriptionf, will credit a contestant with 100,000 e>travot entered end those who enter will earn more votes then at 1st PERIOD Sod PERIOD 3rd PERIOD FINAL PERIOD
h.nt the Not Eaton Votes GONDOLIER Thra March :27 Thru April 10 Thru April 21 Thru May 2
hen {t" if turned In by 9 P.M., Friday March 20. any other time during contest. ( ) THE

! No. ......... Subscriptions at. $ 5.00 S. ........ 6 $5.00 subscriptions, s $30 Club, gives; e total vole of S Years PRICES... ... ..... 11409 VOTES 100,000 VOTES 90,000 VOTES 10,000 VOTES'5.000Z

Irq No. ...... .. Subscription at $ 6.00 $. ......... HS.OOO. Years ... ... ...... 10.00 40,000 J5000 JO.OOC 28,000
'.' No. ......... Subscription at $1000 $. ......... 6 $10.00 subscription, two $30 clubs, give a total I vote 1 Year .. ... ..... 8.00 10,000 1,000 7,000 6,000
No. ........ Subscriptions at $12.00 $. ......... of 865,000. Add $1.00 per year :200,000 VOTES ADDED TO THE ABOVE FOR EVERY $30.00
No. ......... Subacriptions at $17.00 $. ........ 7 $1400 subscriptions, three $30 clubs, give total vote to above out of state WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN.
I of '1,625,000. TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY 9 P.M.
EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON
Y r Constant's Name .... .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. . Male\ a (list of your one, two and three year prospects and 25,000 NOTE: All money turned in counts on (30 cjubs. Me' subscriptions accepted for less than 1 year or more than 2
before
them while the Opportunity Club ii in effect -
. NOTE: No limit on the number of these coupons contestant} get years In advance. Payments count from present date of expiration. See Inside Cover)
O' tan use This is the lame as the 1ST WEEK COUPON. March 20, 9 P.M.FIRST. .
'. GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTESIN

III THE FIRST VOTE PERIOD
n I
'r.A atAi SECOND PRIZE

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,ItI.or Isr $$500 CASHAny Grand Capital' Prize DISTRICT$500 BONDFor PRIZE


'
\ Entrants Residing Outside of City Limitsof
'rSc Entrant Can Win This Prize Venice

ScJ ScIt $2482.50 FORD OR ITS COST IN CASH

Jror After the Ford and 1500 In fish have been awarded .
Rules and Regulations the entrant from this district with the next
orth
highest vote total will be awarded the District
Prize. No entrant can win two prizes
t 1. No salaried employ of this newspaper or their OR COST IH CASH I
families or immediate families of firms furnishing prizes
art eligible to enter this contest. This does not apply to

correspondents. Custom 2-Door Six Cylinder Conventional Drive With Standard Shift, Seat Belts, FIRST WEEK
2. Any reputable person over 18 of residing
years age
Jt In Southern Sarasota County or near the county line in an Heater and Defroster, Oil Filter and Air Cleaner, Turn Signals, 2 Year 24,000 Mile
Cash Vote
nodo adjoining county, la eligible to enter and compete for the and Coupon \o '
,
. prizes. Guarantee. Any Entrant Can Win This Prize
' GOOD FOR
3. Contestants are not confined to their town or com
munity in getting subscriptions, but may take orders any. $3.00 Cash and 100,000 Extra Votes
1re where In the United States.
This Coupon, when accompanied by $30 worth of subscrip(
4. Vote credits Issued for subscriptions will be In DBh1DU61i
accordance with the schedule published in this issue including lions Is WORTH SI: 00 CAvll; and 100,000 EXTRA: VOTESIf
the first week cash end vote which will returned In the FIRST HEFK after entering the contest.
n become a first period coupon minus extra coupon cash one week No.. .. .. SubscrlptlonsatfS.no .. S.No. .. ... ... ..
heI. alter a contestant makes his or her first cash report. This ..... . Subscriptions at $1100 . S.. .........
'I.1k I.u I.k coupon will decrease in value 23,000 votes every week, No.' .... .. Subscriptions $14 00 . .. $ ...... .
,1kIt starting one week prior to the ec:8Io: the first period.I TOTAL .. . .... ... ... .... .. $3100:
I ItI value Right of is 20 reserved each of to these issue coupons e also not on to extended exceed sub the Deduct $3.00 cash ............ .... ... 3 00

10': scriptions. TURN IN at contest office ... .... ............. :2700
1y' B. Votes are not transferable. One contestant cannot
withdraw in favor of another contestant or give subscriptions i t1 Contestant's Name ... .. ....... ......................... '
1M; subject to another to disqualification contestant. Contestants violating this ruler k; t3 Address .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. '.. ....

L. Any collusion on the part of contestants to nullify NOTE No limit la the number of these coupons s contestant .
competition or any other combination formed in the detri can use the first week after entertng a
4rK1 ment of this newspaper or contestants is forbidden. Contestants .
taking part In such combination and violating this
1h1'at rule are subject to disqualification at the discretion of the WINNER MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX

'rw: management.T. All voted Issued to contestants may be held in ENTRY BLANK]
At
Oat ruerve and be published tw\te discretion of this news- To Be Supplied By and Be on Display
\
4n Piper published standings only enough votesto
show the leaders for the prizes. BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY"the GOOD FOR 5,000 ENTRY VOTESThe

(. The winners of the prizea will be decided by their. GONDOLIER
'
. earned vote credit said credits represented by votes Issued
d for cash subscription collections, extra votes for most aforcfabfe fords In fforJda" William Fla.Lancaster Contest Manager
JI'1h turning them in at certain intervals I and the free couponsClipped Venice
from this newspaper. No entrant can win two of SOUTH VENICE, FLORIDA 488.6787 Date .. .. .. .. ... ... .. 1964
U.S. 41
the prizes hated In this ennouncement.t. Please enter the person whose name appears below
Contestants in this contest are authorized representatives In the $4,500 CONTEST, and send full details:

i freed that of they this will newspaper be held but responsible it is understood for all money and Miw Mr., Mrs ..........................................

d !I II collected and will remit such amounts in full on regular THIRD PRIZE FOURTH PRIZE Street No. or Route .............. ........................
report days to the Contest Department.
10. No statement or promise made by any representatives NEW 5209.95 Town ................ .......... ... ... Phone No...........

I I w this newspaper varying from will the be rules recognized and statements by the publisher.appearing ID NEW S259.95 DELUXE Afe........... Do you have access to a Car?..........

,-' rase of typographical or other error in a rule or state- 6300 btu/hr. 115-V Room G.E. :Occupation ........... ........ .... .... .... .... ............
Talent it is understood that neither the contest manager
nor the publisher shall be held responsible except to make Rmktent ef. ... ... .... .. .. ..... Town-District
t necessary corrections upon discovery of same DISHWASHER\ NOTE: You can enter your name or that of a friend. Only
\ RIGIDAIRE AIR CONDITIONER LAOS votes will be credited
, tI Jt. To Insure absolute fairness in awarding the prizes, entry
\ th. contest will be brought to a close under a sealed
ballot bog, in which the final returns will be placed and
I earned by a board of three impartial Judges at a given THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY Vote These By 9 P.M. Friday
\ hour. By doing this, no one-not even the contest manager IT'S PORTABLE
I can possibly know who the prize winners will be. This ENTRANT
Precludes any possibility of favoritism and Insures abso- THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY 4Sw
\ lute fairness in awarding the prizes. The decision of the Supplied By and on Display at

Oo 0'b D 0
I Judges will be final. ENTRANT rid d b d e D 0V D D ODD'v

1\\ 12. In event of a tie for any of the prizes a prize
, Identical in value will he given each tying contestant. V6NJCESEARS FREE VOTE COUPON
\ U ALL CONTESTANTS will be paid $3.00 for each Supplied By and on Display at
I club" during the first week of activity. Active contestants
, who do not win prizes will be paid 10 percent cash commissions il,500 Subscription Contest Good Fr 0
\ on the amount of cash collected for subscription.
\ after[' first week. This commission will be paid when the ELECTRIC APPLIANCEAUTHORIZED ;0 500 FREE VOTES
contest| closes It Is distinctly understood however that VENICE w 1 hereby cast 500 FREE CREDITS to the credit
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Grove City Gleanings I



LOIS D. ALSTON at 2130 Florida Av.. Grove enjoyed the recent Home Show
iTHE( By City. in the Ringling Building Villi-
Roger W. Prindle has completed -0- ice. They found the display #<

.SPEAK his basic training at Capt. Leonard Sinda has returned home industries so interestint
Lackland Air Force Base Texas to his ship in Spain after and, oddly enough, all for lree.0 .
and instead of two weeks visiting with his daughter, 1
.- leave will be sent to an AFB Judy, and family in Brook- Just back from an enjoyable

To The Editor: board of the Venlce-Nokomis in Mississippi where his wife wood Mobile Park. Bahamas trip, four days e
him about the middleof aboard
will Join
I'm and Woman's Club to the Anna
sun you everyone express appreciation month. Prindle will t be C. are x.(
srevBBR OP THC ASSOCIATED FRKSJ: *- MEMBER: ': or me H/OIHDA PRESS ASSOCIATION who has occasion to go down of the excellent photographs the school there for three Mr. and Mrs. George Kerkau David (Duffy) Lewi.es, *
West Venice Avenue these days and feature stories in from Bay City, Mich., spent Downing St., and their
TK. AiooeliM/ F,.. In ......1..... HitllM to w for _bl......... of ill .... "....I<'h. mllM" toM join me in most hearty congratulations published in The GONDOLIER months. last Thursday visiting with the time friends the J. C BrowiTof long
.> eth1oo mdlMd In 11I10 .._, ...d ,I.. tact MW >..bU.heo! "kw... AH rll of nvubllcatlmf -o- ,
.pwml dl.p. .tchM a.. abe) IM.I to everyone in the covering the Club's recently William Suida family. Other Harbor Drive, Venice.
Th..ew..M. bed .dr.rtl.lnt wiiMI of |kl> ......_ to mrrl..hMI ...4 Hi .......11..t... h vpiMily city government responsiblefor held Country Store. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goff Ft.. recent visitors at the Sulda -0In -
I febldd..e.pt. br ..1.... pwmlMlo. the riot of blooming petunias The board feels it is no exaggeration Myers, have a new .on. making home were Mr. and Mrs. L. the Club Bulletin
and down the the fifth son for Jack and of tbt!
up esplanade. Knox from Atlanta Mich.
the ,
Publl.lM l z...y Mondw .... TlomUr r... 11.-.. B. M.uil AmiMKntonri They are the essence of to say that success the 14th grandson for Mr. and Englewood Boat and Country
i Ai SMon4 CM) Mittw At P("'t Offto At Vinfe.. nnrtte" Spring, and a Joy to the spirit. of the project was in large Mrs. Luther Goff, Poinsettia -0- Club, Palm Point, we note that
measure augmented by your Barbara and Jack Jordan the Jack Eldredges,
Envoi! Encore! And Drive. Penn
EDWARD D. BALL ... ........ ........ .... .............. Editor and Publisher thanks. many fine cooperation.I -0- spent last Wednesday visitingthe Ave., are hosting for the club'i
am all our members B. Chambers in Punta Gor-
COURTNEY WILLIS ... ............ ...... .... ..... .. ... Executive Editor ROSEMARY FARLEY, sure Arthur ware, who has been St. Patrick's dance to be held
join in saying "Thank You'I" da. this coming Saturday, The
SAM DILLON ... .... .... ......... ........ ..... News and Newsphoto Editor Venice. in Venice Hospital following a -0- bulletin states, "You
GLADYS BAGGS, Sect'y, fall from a ladder while at can be
k2 ROGER KILBY...... .... .... ..... .. .. .... ... Mechanical Superintendent from Phillipppe Langevin from sure of a Big Nile For The
Woman'sClub is recuperating
To The EditorUI : Venlce-Nokomis work now
Quebeck Canada, was a week Irish. Deck out in style, call
the injuries 4o his back and
have been the .
requested by
a SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5 2$ per year, $3.25 per six months $2.75 foot. Mrs Ware wishes tothank end guest of the L. Landry forth your favorite" leprechaun
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, $4.29 her neighbors for their family on his way to South and Jig on down.

per aiz months $3 per three month. kindnesses America.

New NeighborsT Another recent-0- patient at Janice Landry-0- was tappedfor TCpurWattr r
membership in the Worn-
Venice Hospital was Mrs. Buck ProbltmtAs
Bishop who, with her husband ans F. Club at Florida State at
GONDOLIER wel-! Charlotte from Pittsburgh University. Near
,
operate the Little Market next
Suppressed Juvenile OffensesA comet these new neighbors Pa. -,-
door to the Grove City Post Office -
te the Venice area: Mr. and Mn. William C. While she was there for Jack and Judy Moore left fora As Your
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Bak. Groome 260 Grobe St. North week at the Key. before returning -
,
her sis
four last week,
of it's business days TtlephontSERViSOFT
youtfi 16 used hit automobile to common gossip, risky to publish
er, Alhambra and Galleon, Port Charlotte, from Penn ter-in-law from Virginia helpedrun to their home in Wisconsin -
mow down a row of palm tree on Harbor his name without access to official I Venire, from Linden, Mich. sylvania. the store. .

Drive in the early hour of a recent Sun- records or, as the old adage goes, to be Mr and Mrs. Cornelia* P. Mr. and Mrs. II a r r 7 -oR -0- FI
VanTol, Cornwell on the. 202 Herblson and Walter Gaines I
Thompson Myrtle
day apparently for .ticki. able to "quote the sheriff." K. Miller and Mrs. Miller
Gulf, Venice, from Southboro, Ave., North Port Charlotte, spent last Sunday in St. Petersburg
A number of people have Inquired Court authorities have various reasons Mass from Ohio. of Charlotte, N. C., are visit- 4884488YOU
the Reinharts Penn. Ave.
ing
why the name of this individual, who also for suppressing names of youthful of Mr. and Mrs. Walter HUh- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Miller is district manager of -0I 1

was caught speeding 60 miles an hour fenders. field, 45 Zephyr Rd., South Jenkins 344 Bayano St., Westinghouse Portable Appliances Many from this area greatly
Venice, from Bradford, Pa. North Port Charlotte, from i
in a 25 mile lone in an unrelated Incident On. is and it is the main one fitat Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loch- Pennsylvania. for the North and South

never appeared in the public prints. some youths learn their 'lesson after their er, Fundy Road, South Venire Mr. and Mrs F. N. Joyce, Carolina territory.-oH. CAN SAVE 3 WAYS c

The answer is that the Sarasota County first offense and stay out of trouble from Flint, Mich. 32S Blackburn Rd., TrailerAcres Myer from Miami, visited .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. fromonowanda,
Juvenil. Court to which such cases Another is that it males. a big shot Anderson 372 1111I view, VenIce N. Y. Carl Rhemhart last Tuesday On Auto Insurance
referred does not records Mrs. Bertha Brldman 202 on the way to Bradenton. They I. NEW LOW RATES
are open its out of who around off Gardens, from Morton ,
a few go showing to visit on their SAVINGS
for Grove 111. Blackburn Rd., Trailer Acres plan again 2. SAFE DRIVER
public scrutiny. The court obviously their clippings and boasting of their infractions. Mr and Mrs Joseph New- from New Jersey way back to Miami. Their 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE N
hes its own good and sufficient reasons home is in New Albany, Ind.
bold, 5S2 I-aGorce Venire Mr. and Mn, Homer Me.
for doing so. Gardens, from Kenton Ohio. Krrll 355 Bayono, North Port -
There are arguments |Just as valid in Charlotte from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wright aM {
Many states have laws against use ofnem.s Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanna Pennsylvania e i'
favor of publicizing youthful lawbreakers. 1708 Forest Rd., Venire of Au Gris, Mich., visited the r
of juveniles involved in l law viola Chief them is its deterrent .f. Gardens from !Mexico and Mr. and Mrs Albert Fink. Arthur Webster home in Grove. AGENCY f
tions. Florida does not. However, this state among Rochester N. Y. brlnr/r, 358 Billiard, North land last week. They are residing
DOES have a law providing for the publication fect. If a youth knows the paper will. Mr. and )Ir.. John Tons- Port Charlotte from Port at Oak Grove Trailer 116: W. Venice Avenue
it hill think twice before violatingth. Charlotte and Park for the winter 488.22 It
of the names of juvenile traffic print way, Sooth Venice, from Chicago. Telephone l
law. Cleveland Ohio. U. Col. R. L. Ranrky and 4a
violators. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cha- family, 1209 The Rlalto, Venice Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rambow, 4l
Section 39.03 ((6)) of the Florida state Also if some lids know their derelictions bot, 600 Sheridan Rd., Venire from Fort Bragg, N. C. of Detroit, are visiting friends

not to be because Gardens, from Detroit, r
let provides, among other things: are going publicized

". tltaf Me record or chit the law so decrees, they'll deep Mich. a
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Jones,
traffic Violation shall be kept in MeMl right on being a scofflaw. R, Haielwood, Venire Harden HAVE YOU SEEN THE 1964 VENICE n

Borne of Me violator and shall bt Somewhere in between there's a commonsense *, from aFavette: Ga.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph T>. r
open to inspection and PUBUCA. policy which many newspapers Jarvis, Tolnclana South Venire i

TION it the some manner at adult follow, with each case considered sep from Fitchburg, Mats P
"
traffic: i'o/crr/'a0s./ (Empkaiii tup- arately.A Mrs. Ethel Money 12 Jupiter PARADE OF HOMESThese
Rd, South Venire, Fo-
pl"reJ,. first offender guilty of a minor Infraction ron* and Falls Church, Va.

But the youth who mowed down the certainly should b* given con- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bell,

palms and was caught speeding was not sideration. But when a youth holds up a Piedmont Rd, South Venire
from Lincoln
Park. Mlrh.
charged with a traffic violation; he was filling/ station or mugs a pedestrian in a Mr. and Mr-*. Peter Ancot-

charged with malicious mischief. dark alley, as happens too often in the 1 tl, 272 Grobe St., North Fort lit

Even though the identity of a }uveftSa big cities both his name," ) and his picture

) involved in such M episode may be should be in the prints for all to see. a

New Addressing i.h i.r

. American Legion AnniversaryTomorrow d


is the 45th anniversary of Clark and Ogden Mills plus many others Machine Is NowIn

tile American Legion.It who later gained fame. It

was on March 17, 1919 that a From that small beginning the Legion

group of veterans of the recently-ended grew into the world's largest veteran OperationThe 1!

World War I gathered in Paris to lay organization. After a second world war
t
its foundations and numerous brush fire conflicts, it stillis GONDOLIER is now being v. 11f

Among them were such figures as going strong.A addressed to mail subscribers 11Th
Theodore on a new Elliott addressing -
Roosevelt Jr who .
as a brigadier
salute to all Legionnaires, especially machine
general with the Fourth Infantry Division Installation of this modern
in World War II, died of a heart those of our South County posts who piece of equipment guarantees

attack in the early days of the Normandy are always ready with i helping hand for that The GONDOLIER willet
to the subscriber. There are
Invasion; Wild Bill Donovan Sergeant those in need or a cause which needs no labels to slip off the paper I

Alvin York., Alexander Woolcott Champ furthering. or get tom off. This machine
prints directly on the paper.
Take a look at the paper ad- a
. dressed to you. Your name and
Mr. Jackman- Novice Politics address appears together with k

your expiration date.
Mr. J. Richard Jackman, a recent visitor executive talked quietly and earnestly of To show the proper credit u

to Casey Key has helped pull off his Draft Lodge campaign while here latein has been payments given, the for expirationdate subscription as,

an astonishing political coup up in New January visiting a long time friend on your copies of the nor,

Hampshire Robert B. Arbuckle.This paper will be changed. If you six? moderately priced homes are proof of just how much It.
A novice in politics, Mr. Jacltman give your subscription to some
his first 'I.'I
was flier into politicsbut
in the
spearheaded the write-in campaign which there was the gleam of a crusaderin contest contestant your expiration subscription date your money can buy when you shop wisely. Each is designed for YOU, 'ITh'

fed to the overwhelming of Ambassador his will show that you have been Thr
triumph eyes as he told of his determination credited. YOUR NEEDS AND CONSIDERATION OF YOUR COMFORT. Eachis ThTh
Henry Cabot Lodge in last to
bring Lodge in a winner. Even Please check your name and

week's New Hampshire presidential cam though the Ambassador's name was not date. The GONDOLIER will truly an experience in the beauty of Florida living. Thci

on the ballot more than 30,000 NewHampshire cheerfully correct any errors
paign.Whether that have been made in preparing 1n
Ambassador Lodge comeshome Republicans felt the same way the stencils for the new it
from Vietnam to seriously bid for and wrote in his name. machine Constructed:J of the best, material these homes have the special

'1'\\ the Republican presidential nomination is Now the Rockefeller and Goldwater

r 1" I problematical. And whether. he could forces are trying to write off the New features that every potential home buyer wants.

I beat President Lyndon B. Johnson i is even Hampshire primary as of small conse 15.9n 9nTh

more so.But quence. If so, then why did they spendso Armchair GardeningAs The purchase of your home is the most important purchase a
the fact remains that Mr Jack- much time, energy and substance in

men and his co-workers have dealt a trying to win it? projects the loom big in spring the cot-too-yard family ma es. Choose wisely and see the PARADE OF HOMES FIRST. IdOl

shocking blow to the political pros. Mr. Jackman can supply some thirty distant future ODe of the I II

The Concord, N. H. printing firm odd thousand reasons why. best things you can have at OlPl
hand is a batch of garden- THE MARTINIQUE THE CARDINAL
catalogs.
This is especially true li by CHESTER A. MAYER by HARLEY WHITEAKER

your home is new and. you Ef
K Library Column are itirtlng ornamental

ar plantings omJnen.; THE STARFIRE II THE MALIBUby ore alt
Spend a -
F DON HEATH
gaged in armchair garden by AL WELCH t
By B. LARZ NEWTON, new National Theatre In London :: lb'C
Ing. Survey property
Editor, Friends of the Library as Othello. Other plays will ABINEI with a critical your eye. Mull over ,
Come, and take choiceof be presented in the open-air ; your decision. The practice THE SOUTHERN BELLE THE MAISON BLEU
all library, theatre in Regent's Park and anal
my could save you a lot of GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT by COCKRILL
And so beguile thy sorrow at the Thames-side Mermaid Better Peel money in the long run. by DEVELOPERS &
Theatre Leaf through catalogs to & BUILDERS, INC. BUILDERS, INC. 8Is
Ever boll a fresh ?
.' Shakespeare: In Stratford-upon-Avon dignitaries If hive very, you'll know egg see Just how feasible itwoul It
Titus Andromicus from all over the world you to plant what you
William Shakespeare was will gather to pay homage to It's miserable to to peel.Here's better want to plant The cost couldba OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION AT 10mr
I tip get I
I born April 23, 1364 the memory of England'a prohibitive. Catalogs also In
Jump on peeling, no matter
The celebration of this 400th greatest literary figure as for. how fresh the is. teU you where to put new 15
Anniversary already has been eign ambassadors raise their Put fait in the egg water in plants and what kinds are EAST GATE on EAST VENICE AVE. '1 ,
.
best out
to a n
I heralded in England and America national banners In high honor. which yon boa an egg. It Last carry plant dealer Inllo
with the publication of In our own Free'' Public LIbrary your
t doesn't have to be a lot of likes to have plan ahead
Shakespeare books. Most per. for Venice Area there is salt Just a teaspoon to table- too. so that he you can have on rot
ceptive is the new biography a Shakespeare Shelf as a tokenof spoon. t 'St
hand the plants you wan'when "
i by A. 1,. Rowe our humble tribute to the u you need th 1Uo art
Sir Laurence Olivier will open brightest star in the literary

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IMARCH! "is. 'nu PAIMusic FIVE
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/ Club Elects ,..-- Cecilian Duo-piano Teams Will Play




IMrs. Lord President 'I I

.: In Concert Series Program Here

Ann Lord newswrlter' thur Delamarter t

MN woman, was Other ,
elected
I officers
publicity are
t The sixth and last musical
of the Noc.
president! Mrs. J. K Hill, vice-president
ected ; program in the Optimist Club s
Mrs.
Paul Melroy, secretary, q
of Roberts' Bay season cultural '
and 3 K. Jrv
Hill, treasurer
;: : 1 + series will feature the Ce-
The
officers will be installed ,
cilian Music Society duo-piano
at the club April meeting by
teams in concert Thursdayat
j Mrs. Clyde Hlgel! district president
8 p.m. at Gulf Theater.
of the Seminole
District. The proceeds of the series
Nocturne Hour Music Club Is
BO into the club's Lyceum "
affiliated with the National
Fund.
Building
Federation of Music .
Clubs.Mrs
Tickets may be purchased at
Lord Is a native of Missouri
the door by those not holding
has followed her writing season tickets.

and public relations careers in i Featured performers will be
Missouri, Oklahoma, Illinois
Mesdames Guy Halliday Russell '
and New York City, and Is national Twing Howard Proctor ; i f la w

publicity chairman of the Frank Walther James High-

Republican Women's Conference tower, Lester Wendt, J. G.
to be held in Washington, Meadows and Clarence Wood
D. C, April 8-11. ;; Misses Melody Wendt and

She also is public relations d aMISS 't, Alice Angel will also appearon
chairman of the Florida Federation
o.J the program. They are
JIBS ANN'' LORD of Republican Women members of the MacDowell
and is news chairman of the : Junior Music Club.

'*! Hour Music Club atl Venice.Nokomis Woman's Republican ? The program will be:
Juday evening meeting ale Club. J iJ!.,:.. '" Debussy's "Petite Suite" and
home of Mr and Mrs. Ar She has been a Venice resident I ,.IJtI", 'Ii" E. B Hills "Jazz Study" by

for the past 13 years andIs l .i. ol J '. : Mrs. Halliday and Mrs Twinff i
----- -
a charter member of Noc- Frances Poulenc "Waltz"

Arenberg Due turn Club use GAY and Rlmsky Korsakov's "Cradle '
Mrs. Hill, retiring president Song" by Mrs. Hallidayand 'i DUO-PIANO TEAMS! from Cecilian Music ed left to right! at the pianos and standing

presided at the business meeting Mrs Proctor Society will present a concert Thursday at Mesdames Howard Proctor, Frank Walther
"Overture" from Mozart's Gulf Theater at 8 p.m., with twoand four. James Hightower, John G. Meadows and Guy
Miss Jane James Perin
For Travels Mrs Delamarter played "Oh Gay, Marriage of Figaro, "Tea For piano numbers on the program. Taking part Halliday Mrs. Russell Twing, not pictured, I
Sacred Head Now Wounded"on Two" by Youmans and Rube will be the pianists shown during a preview will play also The program Is the last of the

PORT CHARLOTTE the organ and she and Mr. Bloom's "Song of the Bayou" performance at a club meting. They are Mrs. season in the Optimist Club of Roberta Bay

,\ORTH U. Gerald S. Arenberg Delamarter presented a pro- Will Wed In April Ceremony by Mrs. Walther and Mrs Clarence Wood and Mrs Lester Wendt, seat.Chabrier's Musical concert series.

dent Director of the Nat- ram of recorded music from Hi/htower.
,il Police Hall of Fame at Turkey, Greece, India and Mr and Mrs C. H. Gay of family and all friends and relatives John Powell's "In the Hammock I "Espana performed by Mrs Wendt, hand rendition at fowr pianos.
,rth! Port Charlotte, will be Japan which they compiled 25 Valencia Road, South Venice of the families are invit ," Saint-Saens Dance die," Scher's 'Sea Rhapao.1 Ibe Wood, Mrs Hightower I Misses Wendt and Angel will I

avelinj a treat deal in the during a world tour last announce the engagement ed. Macabre," Arensky "Waltz," and Brahm'a | : Mrs, Meadows in an eight- play "Donkey Serenade"_
months. year He gave a resume of the of their daughter, Miss Jane Miss Gay was graduatedfrom
tt few will countries visited and explained Gay to James E. Perin of En Venice High School and I I
he
23 report

,.On IfacDill two March weeks Air reserve Force Base training, as the the countries.types of music typicalof glewood.The bridegroom-elect. is the ton has Beauty been a Academy student at since Braden that I Esthers Set Meeting ,I Woman's Club Plans Card Party I

son of Mr. and Mrs. Everet time. She was advertising editor Mrs. Ralph E. Anderson will
nerve special agent of them Mesdames E S. Gerberlch Invited and the Walter Geisser social cards
F. Perin of the VHS Annual and a b* hostess at the business are may play ,
of Special Investigation. Lapping and Bernard card of their choice and she or Mrs
Ray chairman
cheerleader. I of Esthers of Veniceat game
The wedding will take place meeting
son his 16th year in active Kiwanis Hears April 5 in 3 .m, ceremonyat Mr. Perin Is also a VHS Masonic Temple Wednesdayat Freedman will be hostesses at Door prizes will be awardedand Earl Browning co-chairman,
i military reserve a p I the Venice-Nokomis Woman refreshments will be servo be called.
I Grace Methodist Church, graduate attended Tampa 12:30 p.m. may I
*pnl 27 he will leave for Venice The reception will beheld Barber College and is employed She will be assisted by Mrs Club social card party at the ed Mrs Gerberlch Is chair. Duplicate bridge Is played at
c.go to present the annual Officer"We clubhouse on Harbor Drive man. the clubhouse Thursdayat
Safety at the home of the bride's at Perm Barber Shop in Tom Barrett, Mrs John Carter every
1 of Fame awards to Pa- Englewood and Mrs Harry Hartman Wednesday at 1 p.m. Reservations are requested, 1 p,m. Members, guests and
,men M N. McDonald of I Members, guests, and friends I though not required, by Mrs friends are invited
I human
;las, Texas, and Harris B.I must quit killing
:Hi of Rochester, N. Y., beings> on the highways," Sgt. PTA CongressMeets
sly elected Hall of Fame G. W (Whitey) Knutsen told Mrs. Yerkcs:; Is ElectedTo IE'woodGardenClub Iii

>ird winners.. members of the Venice Kiwanis TomorrowDistrict t R .e S

Vp 24 he departs from New Club Wednesday noon MeetingENGLEWOOD w
:k City to Blackpool, Eng. Speaking at the weekly meeting Parents 10 and, Florida Teachers Congressof will Catholic Diocesan Post
of the local club on "high
-i Dublin Ireland, Londand
in Sarasota tomorrow
meet! _
Membersand
then to Paris to attend the'fImg way safety the safetv officer Const deanery meeting of {
at Maas
from 10 to 1
p.m friends of The Englewood
of Troop F, Florida Highway
of the International Catholic Women Tuesday at
brothers auditorium
Patrol at Bradenton, said the Gardens Club assembled at the
,let Congress and to visit Registration will be held at Holiday Inn, Sarasota
Rendezvous on The North
itlind Yard and other police traffic death rate in Sarasota 9:30 I a.m. and coffee will be The Epiphany (Catholic Beach Road last Monday eve
alone is three ahead of
y He Is a delegate from County served at that time. Church) Guild was awarded ning to share a covered dish
,United States to the confer. last, which" was considered a Mrs. Myron Blee of Tallahassee first place for its display representing dinner Added to the many

t Mr John Thomas Brent "bad year. I president, will deliverthe the ParentEducatorunit delicacies pleasing to the palate
"In the United States we are
member of his keynote address and die of the Confraternity of was 73-degree weather.
staff'l
J h traveling with him literally fighting a world war cussion groups will be conducted I Christian Doctrine. The displayWIll Following the repast the
with autos scooters and
our" be shown again at the Diocesan meeting was opened by the officers .
trucks, he asserted according Delegates from DeSota, Har- Convention May 1113 at who are currently serving
feMolay) Week to the daily casualties 123a dee, Highlands, Manatee and a d Lido Beach. then turned over to those
day or one death every lll5' Sarasota Counties will attend. Members of Epiphany Guild who will serve for the ensuing
minutes And yet it doesn'tmake r
[larch 15-22 headlines he added. will be in charge of the hostess twelve months. I'
the '
Albert B Stone the
committee at the convention. presi

'Robert! E. Lee chapter of the safety No one these has days time,"for he highway lamented Does Will Sponsor l Attending the Tuesday meeting dent-elect, outlined briefly the >
plans and policies being con
in of DeMolay will exemy from Church of the Epiphany -
"No one has time for stop Card Party ThursdayDrove sidered for the year ahead, as
!
the first section of the were: The Rt. Rev Msgr
Molar degree for Venice sipns"/He quoted number of other 141 of Benevolent and Jd George W. Cummings, pastor; he introduced the corps who
will serve with him.
sons Lodge at '7:30: p.min statistics and in closing, reminded Patriotic Order of Does will Mesdames Elizabeth Caldwell,
A ovation
rousing was accorded -
ilday the Masonic Tem the Klwanians that in sponsor a dessert card party JAIRS Irene Burns, Robert Feder! Col A H, Dissinger
Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Elks
James Fox Alice Fanning,
not safely "we are responsible Retired and his fora
driving ( ), retinue
Tie: will the Hall, I
mark
program not John Gould. Edward Knob
to God. We are marked improvement to the
'wvanct of National DeMo- would Table and door prizes will be iRWIN: YERKES Joseph Nourse, James Shannon rt
doing unto others as we club grounds, as well as to its
Week, March 15.22. An initiot awarded. A donation of 50 Genevieve Silvernail,
have them do unto us Mrs. Irwin Yerkes was elected financial structure during histwoyear
to attend has been exiled cents will be requested to the diocesan board of Christophen DiCrocco and term as president I
to all Master MasonsTomas Mrs. Sam Cutler Jr. and Mrs. directors at the Southwest Misses Ellen Bresnahan and
P. FOIlS, DeMolay Ralph Anderson are party Tona Ozurovich
!tf councilor and George: Colby Discusses chairmen -

Coflrtt Jr., master of Ven- Presbyterian Women

The Lodge regular 301. meeting of Garden ProblemsSpring Venice Realtors Will Meet Tomorrow Science Students v

,Ionic Lodge 301 will follow
Mrs Fred Witherow will talk
garden problems will ,
Ipm. be discussed by Eric Golby of Meet TuesdayA on evangelism at the general II x J
,
at meet meeting of Venice Nokomis ,
a .
teasoner's Nursery
horticulture sectionof quiz on pertinent facts relating Presbyterian Women of the Exhibit MondayA t

CU Director ing Venice of the Garden Club thurs- to the real estate profession the- Church tomorrow at 10 a.m. at p, tIS"m .p/ t
will highlight t Af
at the community the church J
10
day at '.m.
Sav- March meeting of the Venice Coffee will be served at 9:45 Science Fair, held in con
elks Thursday room of Sarasota Area Board of Realtors. junction with the Venice Elementary New Sonotone

toga and Loan Assn. the The question and answer a.m.Mrs.. Richard Ackerman Is in Parent.Teacher Assn. THINLINE) eyeglass
members
Col. Floyd Pfeiffer, Port A plant will sale be among conducted and forum, designed as a memory charge of the program meeting, will be held today at hearing aid I ban correct

,lode University director ticket for the April luncheon, refresher, is scheduled in the Community for 8 Circle Five will\ be in chargeof 7:30: p.m. at the school cafe- most hearing losses. It's a s r x
Tuesday
.
*leader of the world affairs will be p.m. devotions and ..efreshments.All torium.
to be announced later Venice branchof transistor hearing aid built
of the
there, will narrate two I available Room Interested women are invited Work from all six grades will\
f motion pictures and Sarasota Federal Savingsand be on display and pictures, into Sonotone's slimmest,

oak on Dr. Nelson Glueck's Loan Assn.Nurse working models, drawings and lightest temples. Fits wom ; w-

"luwlojical work at Port Women Voters Hear i Ceramic ExhibitSet books assembled by studentswill en's, men's eyeglass fronts.
the exhibit
arlotle Jewish Center Wed- comprise
SpeaksAt HEAR BETTER, LOOK BETTER,
!day at 7 Recreation PTA meeting will beginat s
:30 p.m. Talk On For ThursdayHarbor The BETTER.
LIVE Exclusively at-
.The> motion pictures will bee 8 p.m. A scholarship club y 6b
J Wilderness of Zln," and Preservation of County recreation New ClubMrs Lights Mobllesites plan for college education will I--e] (e lIe: ] 1 =-

JU !Book and the Doll" facilities and natural Julia O'Keefe, head of annual ceramic exhibit will be be presented by a representative
films will be used as beauty will be the subject of South Sarasota County Visiting on display at the ceramic of Venice-Nokomis Bank

ground material on the a panel discussion at the annual Nurses, will be guest speakerat room, 617'N. Tamlaml Trail,
T of Dr, Glueck's work. He noon luncheon meeting ofLeaue the organizational meetingof from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Wednesday -
a Jewish rabbi who uses the of Women Voters of Venice Area Home Demonstration 2 out of 5 U.S. homes ,
Marline's
I
Testament Hebrew Bible Sarasota County at Club Thursday. The ahow will present techniques -
CO.
his' Coach House, Sarasota, Friday. modeling, VENICE LUMBER
archaeological guide Neville The meeting will be at I:30p of designing,
< will be James owned debtfreeIt
has been Speakers and firingpottery are
doing research Sarasota County .m. at the community room of coloring, decorating
m\ this former and porcelain.
source material for First federal Savings and
xe 5 than 30 years. Commissioner and Architect Loan Assn Club officers are Mrs Hush INVITES YOU TO SEE .
lheh is no admission fee Jack West Morrison, president; Mrs William
interested in becoming
II the public is invited Reservations may be Beck made or members Those may call Mrs. E. A Taylor, vice,president! Is an amazing fact that forty per cent of all

by Mrs.calling Katharine Mrs. Corry Sol Sarasota Kukkuck of Center Road Venice and Mrs-treasurer Starr Lawrence. secretary THE MALIBU by Al Welch American families who live In their own home

Orange BlossomsPlan Gardens. ,- own those homes free of any debt of any kind.
*" "'"
p r- *p Savings and Loan Associations contributed to
,
Banquet 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICE this accomplishment by developing the modern

ENGLEWOOD In the abe I I home loan which is paid off in monthly .
nct
thee'i., of Vice President President Blanche Ann f' ;J.- j We specialize Ingustsul installments like rent A home loan to fit.

t took charge of the meet. ,,,e serving all makes of individual needs is our business. Come see us.
C of the Orange Blossom J \ "L lilt in the Odd A\1SIS( b' wafer conditioners ....
Friday : also'R r \
--
: A! ..
'tows' VENICE OFFICE
Hall at which, time ; Baunfa' + ..,.
Int ;+ rr WEt
Were made for the anal "' I .
.. -
"banquet. :1 0 I' ,0famUUSllta(\) '- -J 601 South Tamiami! Trail

BHote the membership It .!If? .... SELL
aa decided to hold this affair 2 ,US** \ tJtft&k ) '
I +
Early Wynn' Steak House, J&zESlLl

11\1 30 pm, April 3rd. At that \ 'j-m .-. ., AND FIRST Z1

Members will reveal .
11 Sftet< t pali. returning after \ (r ...' >:,. RENTTHE .. .

banquetIto the IOOF Hall .. -
"
r
a IOclal' hour. BEST SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
.lln g.T the election' of officers the PARADE OF HOMES

?, were chosen Presli SARASOTA

i Ann Jones; Vice-Presi. GATE ON E.
INC.
,'nt, Arve" Johnson- Secre CULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING EAST CITY) OF VENICE MAIN OFFICE: 200 South Pineapple

h ItchlI.and Refreshments AVE. VENICE PH. 488.6247 488.2465 OTHER OfFICES Soulb Gate lAd| $I. NanAnda1o
and 628 E. VENICE I
uttee XOUQWed
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'Mbt'm.i.T. U1.'RCH n.

SIX THE GONDOLIER: I --tyk.

.. ..


Grayson Again School MenusIn --. 'V"1"

conjunction with the area

Elected To Head The school GONDOLIER lunchroom managers publishes, PRICK A *64-" WAIL VALUEIUght

the school menus for this week EFFECTIVE
for the convenience of rnea MON.. TUIS., WED. .eomp.ct a -Weight;
planning for mothers of school q .
Gulf Pines age children. MARCH U, 17, It. 1W4 9 eHlnd.ome Wflh Imp.ct

111 Case with Record Holder
Englewood Elementary SchoolMONDAY

Eugene H Grayson was re ,,,..bolt! Stereophonic CarrrMa
elected to his third consecutiveterm LI.a BNMs. STORE DUALARAMIC PARTYIYIAJ (Pbyi IbIewI ta*
.
as president of Gulf Pines I.
Memorial Park Inc., at the annual Onion rolUPrarlua CEIEBRA110N STEREOPHONIC Phonosta hPUBLIX .Two 4-111'" Spe.k....
meeting of stockholders 'Milk c.parllltiN; CMnh)

Friday In the community room Tt Falliborr KSDAT itoali aMaihol .d ero.! d Avtomatt Changer
of the Sarasota Federal Savings potatoaiWEDNESDAY e4-p # ,
Loan Assn here. G- beats a433,' .aE.0A'' -
and CbMw ..-.. ..104 ,
Others elected to serve with arra .nd betow .
Cray son were Earl N. P. Milk Cak. WHERE
Rawles, first vice-president; : /rr
George H Wheeler Jr, second Rica Pork mat rra T

vice-president; Earl Wright, BplnartiCelrrr t SHOPPING T L'Yiy(
r1.1'
Carne
secretary, and Mrs Mary enrolrwdPnrppl.
Alice Walton, treasurer. / Ne.a 1
Milk IS A
11 Re-elected members of the ral 5MDAYa _
board of directors were Mrs. ,., turbo i i hghttr"y fmriM PWAl bfcMa* <
Lewis A. Eaton Samuel H ppw/ne/ and 5'sATerP.d PLEASURE! diy, Mar* IJ end..airs d MM I**.

Herron Jr., Richard J. 0'Shaughneaay ..'04C'ran. dry,Mvdi X, 1M.
....,. ..CmMMVnee.ega GUM,n.mnb*of pr ba..g*i its speM
J. Howard IrrIMWiM..
Vaughn, Richard GeracI, Charles _
Clapp and all of the officers FRIDAY'lahGrt. MARKETS The etprM SNAte r sea P.br wi eAt srPhase.rpk.Ms.swoteraSarl.tlbe
Grayson was again .. Ot
named chairman of the board.In 'l'umlpw- ...IdeoBoll Mil ba Made kr "" pvlM *W parly ed
aad aarK* iris
bdpw bnployMl e) Publ4 li.niJIn.
,
his report to the stock AprieoUUllk re,4fhR e.4 .,.wl.d eI s safe sr be
holden, Grayson announced a allglbl w anHT Mi OTnlMl.RIMaMlO. .
100% Increase in sales over *sae b MlMas w kfv 1M*>mttMl
the previous year. He stated Nokomis Elementary School ha peer to wfcfc bail ..*.*.-wlQQCUIWEJ&

that an additional 132 crypts MONDATM .Incur, aatrapIrlih b.Mtard
had been placed In the West Rotund pauttmd STAM Ps /I, !
esnl.R
minister Gardens, bringing the 8.. pot.p.0.. {
total to 350 A wide variety of /

physical improvements to all TUESDAY Milk 100th store Celebration ors a, safe nLwt Macrun
areas of the local cemetery, .*.. rior ,
both grounds and buildings, Tomato Lima btaiu juwi.
were reported by the president cabs
.
II.... '
He called special attention to
the Italian Marble Christus MilkWEDMSDAT' : Festival Queen StrawberryPreserves 14'4'
monument in the Garden of Eav aalad aandwlchPork
2lb.or
Devotion which was recently Toaud. .and aaladOranro bests 59c SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT-
dedicated. Grayson then announced |
plans for other Improvements ral Milk RSDA INSPECTED TENDER-AGED
and additions <8w.nd tra*. ....)
Dole Pineapple.Grapefruit WESTERN BEEF
,. HEAVY
hlod shIp
which will be initiated in the
.....
Butund potatoai I. J.
coming year. epin.eb, BONELESS ,
B.n.na Fruit DriBlk 4.z.25c:
The located
cemetery 'just Bnrdr, .
south of Venice on the Engle- akFRIDAY

wood Road, is owned by a Macaroni end >|hew ROUNDSTEAK
corporation made up of local 8t.*ined bntMrtd. broeaoH F6P Flavor PerfectSliced
in Fluffed ealenr. with ixianut kottarFruit
stockholders It was opened
1960 and is the first and only Hot rca tup Beets 303 10 /'J"

perpetual care cemetery in Milk can
this area. Venice Elementary School

MONDATChuck WatM itaak Mid nln Hun Hunts Yellow.Cling '

Navy, Air Force ApplwaueaBrtal Mub" wadf potauaaButtarad apinaeliTomato Peach Hcdves 2 25c

... kuttar can

Men Make NewsNavy TUESDAY Gnat Milk Northtni brae, .hum Cairo Beauty FreihCucumber Ib. 79
Lena.... pre. e.kdFrrk IOO IOO

0...._NIpMasst FREE Chips .I''fr 23

and Air Force men are Milk MuNIA ( Green Stamps !
In the news this week. WEOl'oEIDAYT' King Oscar Norwegian
ik.' I fMth ale ewp.W pwrdi *ll !
Chlekn and uodteEnilUh
Goetfrey S. Mason, son of pw RINSE.AWAY DANDRUFF CONTROL Sardines flot
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Ma. Cabs ..U.UekaCarrot .... 6-os. size $1. . . . . can 29'SueTip

son, Casey an ensign Key, was In the commissioned Naval- JalLaaooktaa8r.a.. ana. kvturMilk r:::. taalrat Wool. ..- It. IM AlaskaSalmon

Reserve upon completion of of. I THIKSDATItallaa OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO50mEi

dicer candidate school in New. plraNAbe..A.. . . .... .... fc 57'LIMIT
(
port R. I., In February. Ap.J. wsdg-.

Frank J. Covill III petty of. aNNYChe.ol.M leA: 50I Swift's Premium 1o.I.QBeefPorlorHam
ficer third class USN, Is
participating Milk
in a coordinated FRIDAY J"1 Green
BUM Idaho. potalMguiffad Stamps
United States Nationalist _nSoaek I all. Alt" agvpM..i pwdint ah !
CraekaGardaa
Chinese amphibious exercise
.."* DRISTAN DECONGESTANT TABLETS
Operation Backpack off Tai Oi..rrr 2 PLEASEBREAKFAST .
wan. n...4 W Abe.-t 24-ct. else 98c
Milk C NNres w.... ..- la 1111 rt:
Coville lion duty aboard the Pk959c
TTSS Bon Homme Richard. Pur. Venice Jnolor-Senlor OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQSO CLUBOLEO1
pose of the exercise, which involves High Schools
40,000 men, is to demonstrate MONDAY
Hambunron. dill dip Ml aaloaa
the effectiveness of the Potato .
Seventh Fleet to move rapidlya Set.Tew.d
.
significant combat force to a A P.iMau..I". ; Green Stamps dairy specials

troubled area to assist an ally. TUESDAY Milk .lllilCMaM" ....._..
CovW is the son of Mr and Mot pot pie I .4. l Betty Crackers Chicken & HerbBiscuits

Mrs. Frank J. Covill Jr., of BraceoUlPaaeh .. Swtft'i Premium T.V. or Party Seeds .17' -ox.pk9 79'Betty

101 W. Alba St. .........,.wC. MUM and plddlaf 2 plgi. 78cGreen .. . . .
Phillip S. Hoover machin Bnad and bets, .,WNr Lew
ist' mate third class, is the WEDNESDAYBrawntd Milk' SQ 0 f 'O "O O a5O ] 1.lb. Crocker's Crobmeat fir HerbBiscuits
..... .
third Navy man in the news itow rfaa 1 Occtn. :
IIII..d _.... "Jr 79'frozen
He is participating in Operation Cole ... . . ... .. .

Springboard while serving B Apple,.... pl.and ......r 1 WEE UVV5OlL
aboard the anti-submarine war. MilkTBIK8DAY 14

fare Champlain aircraft in carrier the Caribbean.He USS Lake. BaM' 'aCtdl.d. ...oot pstMs "1 Stamps foods

is the von of Mr. and Macaroni ..... s I ..Hk. "I liaMawant....._all ,
c..ft boa. Seabrook Cheese Sauce fir
Mrs. Howard A. Hoover of No- rieaiaa bar Tamow Wh. Hog B'fail link Sautage J J8ci.
komis. Hot nil aad WlT pkg. 49c Limas .
: 29'REG.
Baby P 5Um k
Air Force news reports that FRIDATPuia Milk nNrr, WMe ..<.ll la, IM4 . ,.... :
Cadet Danny Piper son of poUto aklpaButurad //ETD; 100 U.III!
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ
Mrs. Vermtia Piper has been Fruit/ ....am aad kuttorai paal
named to the Commandant's CeAIMtlk H d- 'tOO-ft.
merit list for outstanding military an Irap ...... roll 29'SO
achievement end that Lt. 50mE..XleA: s SOI Ft. SiteSaranWrap

Jerry L. Pearce has completedhis Army Exams SO.ft.

first solo flight in the T-33 J" Green Stamps . . .. roll 33
jet trainer at Laredo AFB, .. .. ..
ah
Texas.Lt. For SeniorsSaturday I Ilk kit" aMpM Royal Shield Filet Mignon Steaks p
Pearce, whose wife, Joan White Bread
is the daughter of Howard R. March 2u, has been 10-ox.. pkg. $1.29_ .. . 2 K. 31
Aldred of Nokomis set aside by the U. S. Army NNpes WW vane Ia a
was commissioned : Nm ieech-Nut Strained
Recruiting Service as senior roi
COKES19C
last ;year.Nokomis QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
day for those seniors who Baby Foods 10 ng99'
would like to go to Miami and . . 'J

f'il.' qualify School. for an Army Technical 50mE.. :eAm50: Sandwich RageBaggies '


I t Man i the According local to SSG Dan Couey J" Green stamps . ... .. . 5JJ- 29t.
Army; Recruiter, high
school seniors can take advantage I ..Hk ale l wnaw sad awAatt. ak 6 bottle

Gun VictimA of a special "Early Maxwell House Inilant Coifs carton plea tn
i I Choice" option, which allows 6-os. jar 99c down produce laneCrisp .

Nokomis !them to choose from the widest a.a 53-year-old amputee -' of available Graduate I customer
range with $3
per purchata or
Western
was found dead in the OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO50m..xRT Cello-Pack
Specialist courses Under this end
more dtpoiitVenice'
garage at his home late Tuesday -
option, a senior can apply for
afternoon, apparently from
the school of his choice 60
a self-inflicted accidental gunshot days prior to graduation. CARROISpkg.
<< wound. Am 50I
Transportation hotel accommodations
Deputy Sheriff Dick Curry; and meals will be
said George Schultz of Bay. furnished to those who wish to J" Green Stamps c

shore Road apparently was. go to Miami on Friday March I ....a't_...,s.deM oil 7
J waswalking on crutches carrying 27! take their exam on March PlANnR'S MIXED NUTS
a high-powered rifle and 28 and return home that day. .
13t/i aloe 79c
os.
cleaning rod when he fell. The SSG Couey further stated --- -
rNw Wool. r-.k la .IM
!, gun discharged, sending a bul that those who are acceptedwill
let into his throat. receive a written guaranteed OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOromEr
Shopping Center
: Curry said Schulz apparently reservation for the course
+ had been cleaning the gun and of their choice. They don't
had not realized there was a actually enUst until after graduating T.A 'I50 +
.
loaded cartridge in it, or the from high school. Even UUU 50mE, TIAm50 1
,} round was jammed and he was though a senior has a reserva- Store Hours
attempting to dislodge it when ion, he Is under no obligation Stamps J"/ Green Stamps B r :
the rifle fired. .m4..r.Saa afc B I t
to enlist If he should change I .Mabeegr cued
j Schulz' body was discovered his mind after graduation. Ckocolat Diet Drink Mstmil Asserted Diet Drhiki ;M A R K R T f/ Mon Fri 8:30--9:00: :

/ by; his wife after she called For further information, high cans 89 J 89ca
.I' home when he failed to pick school senior may contact Sfc. NNM. w.... ...... la, 'IM r:::. reg... cans
\ rt: .01.* w a. Mink IS MM Sat.t 8:307:00PAGE
,. : her up after work. When she Able or SSG Couey at the Recruiting OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI IIITt ,.. : :
didn't get an answer, she asked office, 100 Central Q oooooooooo ooooooo

a friend to drive her home. Avenue or call e>>-526t.



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7k MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1164 '
THE GONDOLIER I PASE SEVEN
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OT TO TUBE WOK0-O I Miss Hagerman Asks ReturnSeeking I Pistol Packer


Threatens BusAn
the Democratic nomination man continued to mechanize

I ( at the May S primary the office as th* work load year-old Miami man

election for her sixth term as Increased by Installing validating who drew a loaded .38 caliber

Sarasota County tax collector counting and dataproc..sinf revolver on a Tamlaml I TrU- I

will be Miss Charlie Hager. machines. ways bus early Tuesday morning

man. In the same period the county was discharged In the cus-

-.,. --- .......... -,. First elected to the office In tax roll has increased from tody of his niece later !la the
CLASSIFIED --- w 1944 from a field of seven candidates $998,238 in 1945 to $1.902.213 in day by Venice police.

Lots For Sale Rentals Misc. For Sale Pets the lifelong Sarasota 1963 for rise of 1,225 per cent. Police Chief John ShocVey.
""iiVK; County resident afterward ran She also initiated the establishment
said! filed
no charges were
RATES VBifirg'e'uifi unopposed in seeking reelection of headquarters .
u sV'siTM 2 ROOM APARTMENTS Venice. temporary
''NII MOTORCYCLE 1963 Honda BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird against the aged Miamian who
CALL LOU until IBM when she had in the South County
Jecosa11.1041 Furnished
$55 month
pet 18. Magnum Grand Chord Or. supplies for sale 488.5850. pulled what the police chief
only token Republican opposi for the isle, of license tags
both* ,
Riles, Thursday including utilities. Walk to
Charge FOR QUICK SALE 3 Lots gan. Stool and music included. described as "an old hog lee
tion. and
title title
end Monday Editions 80x100. South Venice. Owner. beach and shopping Call 47t- Phone 488.6374 after 4pm. applications pistol" on the driver of the
Phone 4884706. 1985 or 474-2569. Legal Miss Hagerman, that :year transfers loaded bus and Insisted on being
SI.50 received the highest number of "I have enjoyed work \ ,
my
., 1963 MUSTANG BRONCO let off at the Venice bus
D* TM WM Vshn.18o4 .? cy.
Ron
RIVER LOT Venice. Good for C*** T.ni _ole *r It.... cle. Chrome fenders. Full IN IH AND TUS COUNTY FOR SARASOTA JUDGE'S: COUNTY COURT votes given any candidate on very much" said Miss Hager station.
(112 word minimum! vacation cottage Sacrifice Imn Call aJ...bi, 4II-IUT race cam. Call Englewood, FLORIDA IN FKOIIATB the ballot with the exception man, "and have made a sincere Shocker said the man told
Additional 6c at $1.500. Call 924-S484 Sarasota 474-1707 weekdays, 95. IN HI I ESTATE OP of President Dwight D. Eisen effort to be not only a police officers the driver and
MODERN all-conditioned JOAN GRACE: SPAULDINQ.Pn ,
.
,
hower. good tax collector, but a courteous passengers on the bua were ...

CASH rites both Thursdaymd Venice stores Shopping available Center.In South For FIRST $50 takes Deluxe RCA TO >l CRKDITORH.t* TillNo.. T474KOTIOB Mechanised Office tax collector and at all going to kill him and stuff hisbody

Monday Edition Houses For Sale information call 488.5858. 23" TV. Excellent condition. TO ALL CRmlTORS AND PT HHOVS During here 20-year tenure times to lave the interest of In a large wooden box at
Phone 4885311. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS as tax collector, Miss Hager- the people at heart. the bus station used for storing I
AGAINST SAID FSTATBilli
Do
Yw W..I Veenl.ha
$1.49 ("..h T.... T...,. or RrL B..r UNFURNISHED 2 bedrooms You a,. bhy .otlllo ,, ,.. ( > asp rllm or dm.nd which y.or
J. .
Till I. J.nb. 4M-IMT and Florida room living AQUARIUM I ... Orangutans In too, where
; fully equipped. t>*v vftltifct th* Pptat nf JOAN Legal
(112 word minimum) room w/FP; extra large utility Complete with Tropical Fish.: GRACE SPAULDrNC, DOM**** In, 01e. they are often restricted to UOMETOWN

Additional Words. etch 5e OWNER MUST SELL room. In city children or pets Very reasonable Call 4883585 H..........JOHN. Orontr T, Florid GRAHAM.! In th* off Siruot IB* of ....."..._ WIll M._.._ beArahltee cages and get little exercise, .. I tuni SERVICE!

Ok. $75.00 month. 488-5528 after after 6pm. Ciuntf Jttdr tn th. Count Court _' up M I dU prlor u bid live for an average of about ..
.n-r. b5. N dwt NOUN Sanuou. riftrMl, whale' tilondtr tn. t'HatrfHJ
Aar H
bid'If, d. M e ahem of II ernf. Gulf Front Modem income S p.m. ., ",.'h. from th* rial. of 0.Rest Paminaat. hnhdlai .analt. 4r.w- four years Thus orangutans Call: I
roo ... I .nhw /1 tier e NEW & USED GARAGE Bubllratton nf thll NntlMLEok Inn Mid N.'Hka'tonb b* tamlnI do not breed often In captivity
.
....A rot reds..... clam 1.-1..of. .h..n.I. en4.. Y Property, on most attractive MODERN FURNISHED 2 EQUIPMENT. ...1(tine, llilm and I I.or dupll.4..nMid... .mint aloft b*.0.nis t. Booth I th P.*!n>*ffl Amiti* of.Mid S...ArehlUrt...... riwlo. Ill, Life span of a free orangutanIs .SIT: HUGH

.... ler ... of tho GwMlhr. P0. terms. $5,000 down will rooms, bath. Central ducted Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication ,* plan of rviMtnt. ..d pet offlc* or it the Mesa of Mid. Suarlat...*.iit estimated at 50 or more McPHERSON
.. ._ .a .wile M d.rlft./a .ddrM of th. Claimant. hi. of PuklM Imtniatlfl Ow M> of Mw
until
heat cedar closets or
handle Owner will finance electric Equipment Repair 1,1. .,.......I hall ... .....m'..'... be urn. a dep..It ofctIi'd b r sMeb. ___ years. P59-142 488-6567
kitchen. Adults. ITIM ( I ktami
Yearly basis ipoil of *
faa, and anrh elalm'
1171 flllnr'
CLASSIFIED: DISPLAY balance. $55 month. Write P. 0. Box TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. or d........ not a* Old' any ahall b* cola iwribw. to M.. B-ard J. Mb.rrt. .
Palm ftaraaota,
Edition Inch $3.00 1302 Venice. 1070 DeSoto Rd., Th* flllnaj fa mar b. add d to the Florid III. Bout ThU .......tt Amiv will rCadupo .
Ont per and .. .. forma ) a*
amount of claim nap
Both Editions per Inch $3.50All Property consist of five Sarasota, Fla. b.. ......,... tram tb eo..., Jud .', th. rtant 'of tlM. _.... 1* EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
Call collect 335-1240 flee tla ooodHlcm to MM ArehltMi.
,
offloa
2 BEDROOM Furnished house. _......
furnished pro.'d'' .uoIo b. rbm"ud"
fully Apta. ROBPRT H lirA UU>TNG. ...... ......._ EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
Shore Road Nokomis. $80. a* Admlnlatrator for th. F... a bona fid bid ta aald
e'ads payable In Auto For Sale ...* of Joa Grae SDauldlnc. al .*.. of dominant Bar b* ,54,4..1
per month. Phone 4883163. TRADITIONAL
advance e.capt establishedtoeounk Room to expand and double 1>..._. from said Arehltaot at at aaat cat br 0.Anhlp.b

.. AM..w01.1, and Cvn N. bidder. *HMr..r bta bid for Let styli favorite
nw ut your vaieor
number of units. Att.n.n .1 Lo'
SLEEPING ROOM for rent. ONE 1858 BELVEDERE PLYMOUTH .
a parted d talrW dan *
vii Nov. Stns : -a.-: beautiful
: ceramic Into
lamp
Call 2-door Aced a.M rwn.r terM.a
4884517 before U a.m. hardtop. P. O. 10." 1171. ..
LOCATED ON and bloi liad d tawalra
.n M <
CANCELLATION or or after $:.30 p.m. New paint job. A-l condition. Vanlo* Florid aor ....... Restyfjllf
rmiaarttiaa
Pub....... Mar .. 51. II. 8(1. 1M4.S ar and all Hi rJewW/ia
ADJUSTMENT MANASOTA KEY Guaranteed. Reason for selling tbarato.TUB All Lamp Repairs;
Raqajeiti for cancellation ... DELUXE 2 BEDROOMS 2 too many cars. 154 Hudson NOTICE 0" CALL BOARD) or runxeINSTRUCTTOM
Puss 81ALJ.D! 1111). OF MaAaOTACOUNTY
Of adjuttment became of CALL 474-1610 baths complete by sesson or Rd., 488-5260. *M blrta will b* Netlvrd V til* rUOKIDA.Bri Wart: by Exowrienced Designer end
must be mad forThursday year 100 The Esplanade 488- Board of Pub lit Initructlom of SrnuCountr. Harbnt. raid, (a.+.__, Craftsmen
STOP 5698. Florid. it the offfe of M.5up.An4ndnt PubMabl Mareb 5. U and tt. I....
Gondolier BEFORE of Publl Inatnirtion '*(
Boats For Sale
Mid Cant In 'ho School Admlnl.tralion NOTICE!: or INTENTIOK TO THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
( pjn. on Monday. For Mono FOR QUICK SALE: 1 Bed- CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 .,1141.' ., 1411 H..... Strwt ftr- BBGisTPit irNDFR nrrrnou
Gondolier BEFORE 5 room nearly new CB home *!*, Florida. until 1:00 P m.., o. Thuradar. NAilS BTATUTK'
day bedroom furnished house 22 FOOT CHRIS-CRAFT Sea March tl. N>.4. at whleb tin. all Notto. .la arbr lien, ..... Ik* axvdaralanad. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA
fM. on Thursday. suitable for 2. Save 3300.00 at Screened porch. 488-1333, 488- Skiff 1958, 95 horsepower, bide vlll b* vubllelr cp ti..l I. tb. m_ / dallHnc t* *nla(< .hi (mat.naaa .
30 per cent discount from cost In. men of aaid Board, for furnlahlivll midar the flrtttloo wen. of B5LLvibw
PHONE 2151. ship to shore radio, compass, I > lbor ..d mat rlb and paMrmi.eall : UQUOKS at I.M JIll.....
Small carries
mortgage $3730 all Coast Guard regulation work .-rr and lncii.nu] to tb. Mow. -".. IHorida. fartanda tarvlat
month. Cash needed approximately nnutraetloa of School MalnUnuic th* aald Mam* Hth tha nrko .
88-3125 FOR RENTALSIn gear, folding top and side curtains Shop I. Vanle Florida. All work ahall ( IB. ClrraK/ Ooan. Iji and Far San- GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
$3,000.00. Air condition. Venice Area 1905. Also 7 other Sea M der" In _rd.... ..It/ dn.I.es iota ("......... Florida.Wltnaaa .
er-heating, carport, screened sod .pwlf155Mrs P..,.... be ,... 5.114 m, band sod ofVaal aaal IbM
See Skiffs $995 to $3,250. All reconditioned Ise AwhlueL Mr. 0:4.5,4. J. &iMrt. Iota oar of Man. 1504.NYAKRA a
porch, many extras. Any reasonable ..
and guaranteed by rat awth Palm Ammo, awNa F. : : BEVnUGIOOFPO
Real Estate offer considered. Owner. CHIPS JOHNSON RATION. Member Chamber of Commerce
Hansen Chris-Craft Sales, 1201N. M.Erh bid ain't b* aoaompantad br a Br R.se.t J. 811.-
'
119 Aero Ave. North Port Realtor
Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, bid bond, cartlflod! chaek or .rblwYchat Prrldnt. DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
Charlotte. 306 W. Venice Av.. 488-2271 In an amount. not 1 lau than fixwardad PuMMil M... II. fa I" end Apr S. lt...
4001 OF WATER FRONTAGE Phone 9585515.
per end of Ih. Marl, .,00.t .f 0. bid Heating and Air Conditioning
on South Creek Bay. In Sor w puanntw. th.t 'h. badd.. ..III. If NOTICE!: OF INTENTION
rento Shores. Paved Street GOLDEN BEACH near qulf Wanted To Rent 35 PT. SEA SKIFF. 1956. Twin contract tiia eontrart wltb .Id. min Board Into", aatlafag.lorr a written BEXUSTFR NAME UNDER STATUTENOTICE : FICTrTIOU!: Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas /

high and dry. $25 per ft. Terms. Two bedrooms two baths. 130 C.C. Motors. Must .ell. in fnrra to avid' Board oonuintnfnaltr .11 HEREBY GIVFrf 'Th<* Ranges Water Heaters
and ral. Alauaaa r- tha >ndarala...4 lirtandi to _laflnHlou tM
Bargain. At Nokomis Marine war* a*
at sales office BEDROOM HOUSE
Lauden 2 I
Ask for or Apt.
'
30 foot Florida nlnd. br Florid .... nqulrlnc work.man 1 seer t MILT RUSINOW T." Free Estimates -
ol! Sorrento Shores 4 miles roomon furnished. April 13th. P. O. Ways. Phone 4882379. '. aompmaatlo rid publl llabllltir with th. Clark. of th. """- .It Court la
north of Venice.BEAUTIFUL 112 ft. corner lot. Box 114, Venice. nauranot and approval of auboontractnrabr and for Saraaota Count. Florlaa. No Job Too Big or Too Small
.. WC.Brr .
with tb. SUNrOAST TBLETISION
.d Bard In anordano
263 So. Venice ft. 488-2271
DeLUXE BOATING Outfit Trail -
519 GULF STREET aeeppb. bid and vl,.. a prformanc* Charlaa ...hooJ4. PraaldMit.Publlaht .
LOT In Sorrento Mobile Lake N Sea all fiberglass and r,rm"nt bond aatUfaetorr .Id M... le. n. Ill and Apr <. 1M4
Homes
runabout with TeeNee Trailer Board In th* full amount of th. en.
Shores. 100x150 ft.. Including tract rrlr, within tn dan .f.. III.
lost dock. On paved street, biding top 35 Johnson, electric manes of Md. Board at whick *aldaontraa
FISHING SWIMMING, BOAT. For Sale starter and generator. Excellent ia ........04. If a bid, bond .toto Corner
13,900 Terms Call VeniceaW27 Real Estate
ING. 2 bedroom, custom- b* firm, It la auaa-natad that aald I
4882791. condition. $795. Apartment bond flrat b* anbmlttad. for approval taIrnrj
or built home on channel Central 10 FT. WIDE!!:, 4J ft long, Meg- 21, 1325 Tarpon Center P. Trawlck Jr., IVOO Main Buildnff. .
heat. Air-conditioned. Below nolia 1963 Trailer and Ca- Saraaota' Florida Attorner for
RAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL Road. 4882517. said a...... ,
cost. Channel Lane, Nokomis. bana. Lot No. 156 Municipal
I WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
8 adjoining lots withW
each on newly 4-laned 488-5062- Trailer Park.: Reasonable. MODEL HOUSE *

Tunlaml Trail (U.S. 41) with BEAUTIFULLY Landscapedbrick 0T: 48' VINDALE ALUMINUM In East Venice OR

depths ranging from 223' to front home, 2 bed- 2 bedrooms, tiled bath VENICE LUMBER CO.

SJ3' backing up to 60 wide 5' rooms, 2 baths, central water gas best, large gas tank, wall 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths. City Wafer SELLINGYou're

deep canal with access to inter. and sewer A real buy at $17,. oven, Kelvinator sliding doors Formic Kitchen Paved Street Best Values AM

Ideal Coastal sites waterway for motel, zoned restaurant R-3.- 250. Byron Markle, Realtor. exceptional closet space and INVITES YOU TO SEE Carport & Utility Centra I ly-ducteJ G.s Heed Found HEREI! 14
Phone 488-4706. cabinets, TV antenna, awnings Screened Porch Prepalred for Air.
marina filling station,
,
covered patio. Nice location
coop and so forth. This is the NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar- and wonderful neighbors. Lot THE MAISON/ BLEU Corner Lot 85 i 150 eonditioniiKj

Trail frontage of Sorrento dens. 2 bedrooms each side. 150 or call at office. HARBOR by Cockrill Developers and Builders, Inc *

Shores Will sell one lot or all Central heat and airconditioned. LIGHTS. GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT
111 lots for $12,000 each Attractive lake location.

Terms, phone Venice 488.5027, Phone 488-4885 or 4884651. Business Personals 488.4413INTERESTED
or visit Sorrento Shores Sales
Office located 4 miles N. of WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedrooms .

Venice t miles S. of Sarasota IVt baths, garage,, TYPEWRITERS and Adding
dock. Reasonable. Margaret Machines (mechanically op-

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. Drive Laurel Villa. 488.2464., rated) Chemically cleaned ?
Urge enough for thin n like new. Just $12.50 plus parts 2 BLOCKS TO
loti with 15,000 sq ft. in each. GULF BEACH FRONT Bdr. If f required. All makes. Venice
Zoned R-l. On county main- 3 bath airconditloned. Com Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. Downtown Venice
furnished. Exclusive lo 88-4111.. H. H. Wlmmeri Reaff or
timed pletely
street 200 ft. West of 2 BEDROOMS I BATH

Ttmiaml North of Venice.Trail _Vi JVi ml. South miles cation.city tax.100x500.By appointment Seawalled.only No ,b 'V a;A.trlTr r, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 50' x I 120- Lot 49

01 f Sorrento Shores. $19,000 4884006. SHEPARD d, .u Agent fer Wester Uniesi Tetegrepei/ TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00H.

terms.. Call Venice 488-6027 or 2 BEDROOM, completely furnished Monday tin FrUsv f t. S; SeharcJay .. I N. WIMMERS i
LUMBER CO.
jilt 2791.
Separate garage. CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR
Warm Mineral Springs. $10,500. 100) N. Washington Blvd.
Real Estate Wanted RusseU-Rigby Margarita St., Sersiots HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. Mien Ave.

Phone 4261203. Inspection In can 488.5308
t a
REASONABLY PRICED 2 bed. vited. ELLIOTT PAULfor
room duplex near Venice
Beach OR Lot toned for duplex 3 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot PARADE OF HOMES
located near Venice city: water and sewer. BOOT' TRUSSES OWNER WANTS TO SEW This Space
and store. $7.250
Beach Give price and location. Walk to school Windows & Doors.
I I Call Alum 7 CHOICE CITY LOTS
cost
I No 30 per cent below EAST GATE ON VENICE AYE
brokers. Write R. C. Box &
weekends. Contract Roofing Painting AvailableFor
488-1510 after 4 or CITY OF VENICE
746
Venice. Phone 4(1-2132 Venice FOR THAT MODEL HOME OF YOUR CHOICE

ATTRACTIVE HOME In nice 2 to 4 Bloch to Venice Public Beach Your
Lots For Sale section of Venice. Two bed.
rooms, two bathe screened Dressmaking, alterations draperies CITY WATER AND SEWER

SELL: MY'EQUITY In residential porch and carport 1001 Nokomis ete, reasonable 481-1130 R. L. ANDERSON INC.BASE Frontages From 81 I' to I ISO Real EstateAdvertisement

lot in Punta Gordo, Fla., Ave., So., Venice. $14,000 .
known as Charlotte Park. W. Low down payment. No closing Personal PRICE: $4,500 and $4,700

0' Koiin. Gulfbreeie Hotel, costs. Call 489.6701.BEAUTIFUL AYE E. VENICE PH. 488-1764

Venice SWIMMING Pool ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. FRANK C. RAEBURN

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS home. 2 bedrooms den. Flor. Mondays a p.m., St. Mark's REALTOR Do you enjoy living In the

J ida room. 21x31 screened patio Episcopal; Church Parish Hall. wide open ipseet where you
residential No. 14 & 15 '
,
I
if desired. Good finlncing. Call 488-4794. AIRCONDinONINGSPECIrUISTSCarrier I I I I
Furnished
Block' raise
3, Unit 78. 4 Business, Ave Englewood can your own vegetables -
'.' *. 29 fc 30, Block 2, Unit 78. 2102 Georgia have fruit and shade

A, Gallo 337 Gardenia Road, Grove City. Help Wanted trees, may be a pet or twoor

Venice Gardena Ph 488.3573. I EVERY PRICE even a couple of hones

Homes For Trade MATURE night, office Experienced cleaning.couplefor Full When Tat air condition your best [HOMES EVERY Size for the youngtterj-then you

BAYSHORE ESTATES WILL TRADE HOMES. 2 Bed- time work. Call P58-2340, Sara Investment b one that's custom- will enjoy owning 5-acrw just

Highly elevated choic. |lot. room 1V4 baths, CB home sota. a few minutes from Venice
I the finest
l os' frontage Across street 1 large lOt on deep canal with engineered using equip for only $3,695.00.

from Roberta Beautiful dock in Laurel Villa, for com } 't ment. Whatever your requirements

:Ie' w. Reasonable.Biy. Phone parable or larger 488-24fl4 home in Venice APPLY NOW $, are, that's the kind of Installation $100. DOWNBUYS Martin S. Stancik
Phone
(488-5047. urea you can count on from ns.
I Experienced In men's wear. REALTOR

IO yEL Apts. For Sale Good opportunity. d$I We hare the qualifications to do A Venice 488.5+43

,site; near Y SO.beach.VENICE Only Home.$700. DELUXE CO-OP. bedroom.. 1 Ideal working conditions. any job right We have the experience 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath HomeIN -

Fh 800. Rt. I, Bonita Springs bath and 2 bedroom, I bath, Many benefits, including S0 and engineering skill to planit ..
furnished or partly furnished. discount on purchases. right We use Carrier, the finest VENICE GARDENS
NO! Not The Taj Metal But
488-569. Apply personnel office, and widest. line of air conditioningequipmeet
LoT W2 Venice Gardens. Price Per Month a nice clean CB 2-bedroom
In the world. And $71.00
U50. Write Walter Polskl(, Rentals we I bath home In quiet neighborhood .
3tS> 73rd MAAS BROS., have the highly trained personnel
Ave.. No., St. Peters- AND PRINCIPAL but not in a ceme
_terg. n. 2 BEDROOM, 2 bath, unfur Sarasota to install It right. INCLUDES INTEREST tery Light traffic but not In
and air-
Central heat
tI.1t INLET Seawalled priv- conditioned.nished. $100. 1711 Banyan la short we're air conditioning "boondocVi." Only 8950.

Ita host basins E, L. Kllton Gardens. Warm Mineral Springs Area Interested 7 . wall .
Venice Call let show
Dr. specialists. ns- us
WantedFOR you
Female
:J'tyahore Help A little curious Then cell
Drive Nokomis.ST
FORMER BUS STATION what we can do for you! 3 Bedroom Home. LIKE NEW! $400. Down $67 Monthly 4885994.
4883785. Evenings,
GATE. Choice lots mln. Quarters In Sunshine Press CLERICAL: duties.. Applyin Payment Including Interest and Principal.

feet See or call Lar2 BId,. Avsllable April lit. $75 person. Green's Fuel, 263 H. P. HORN j
Re rd.t Chips I John- month. Inquire at Sunshine South Tamlaml TralL ResIdential, Commercial, Industrial, Heating and Air CHIPS JOHNSON realtor ,
J"> Real Estate. 306 W. Venice Press. REALTOR

{ Phone 488-38M. 4882241. I ROOM Efficiency, SALES AND MANAGEMENT Conditioning Inttallationi, Sheet Metal Fabrication and 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.2241or PHONE 488.3785 ANYTIMEU.S.
PRIVATE '
Counselor cosmet-
Lor High IN BAY POINT, Nokomis $50,00lency monthly 2 room effic Near es.in Build Beauty business of your own Installations Planned Maintenance Brench Office at Kent Motel Phone 418-1695 41 and Alb. Rd i
and Dry. 55'xl25'. Close $7500 monthly.
to For appointment call Sarasota ; III
beech 48a.2502. ... .. .
Value $1,330. Make Shopping Center. -": t r
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824-74M.
oust, 4/I8./ 6w.: S._toI W! .




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MoNDAY, MARCH 16! 64I
EIGHT THE GtfNDOtlER: I '-




Deckhouse Shell Exhibit UniqueOne Miller Rotary"Government SpeaksTo Wildlife Poster ContestA Week Barbara Mack Little League Jr. Division I



ot the numerous charm results are fascinating! poster contest, open to all Double WinnerIn
ing aspects of the Deckhouse When you're dining at the bonds have Venice area students from Team Rosters Are CompletedComplete
restaurant at Tarpon Center is Deckhouse Just plain old probably made more capitalists grade school through high
I in this country than school, will be held in
any connection
a beautiful and outstanding col. fashioned "looking" becomes
other single force," Rice Mil with the local observanceof Ladies' for Allen Bates, Michael Laps,
lection of Florida shells. This almost as much fun as eating! I GolfI player rosters Gerald .
ter l local investment Higel, Jeff Bodager,
collection began tome six counselor National Wildlife Week, I the six Venice teams in 'Junior Gary Another'Ace'At
yean ago when Ron Heaven, told members of the Ven- March 15-21 division of Gulf Little League Perlick, William Hunter,
owner of the establishment, ice-Nokomis Rotary Club Posters are to Include the Low net and low gross honors have been released by C. A Mike Hulsbeck, James Ringo,

first became interested in Sportsmen Asked Thursday noon at their weekly words, "National WildlifeWeek" for the day went to Bar (Chuck) Reiter, player agent. Henry Chamberlain, James Quad City
at the bara Mack Wednesday in the Jackie Lenhart, Charles
conchology meeting Early Wynn and "America Needs The 1964 season will offici-- Boyd,
Steak House in South Venice. regular weekly event of the 10 Miles, Mike Hmkley and James
Outdoor Recreation, Act Now underway April Mae Kegerrels
It has served double ally get I a first.
a put Lake Venice Women's Golf yeir
For Advise On Speaking on the subject of For The Future," Illustrationsare \ when Venice Rotary and Venice Dalton. golfer from Sunbury T
pose, since it not only makes Assn. at Lake Venice Golf Penn,
Capital Investments, Miller reminded to include of lit
a decorative and Interesting, some scene in Lions meet in a regular Venire Nokomis Bank shot a hole-ln-one Thursday J
Club. She came with a gross
his fellow Rotarians of outdoor recreation such as tie following the TodU Twigg, Quad City.
league ,
display in one of the two din- game Mark Koenig,
I 87 and her low net score was
the truisms that "additional hunting, camping, boating, "ladies" played Jones, Playing with
traditional game
rung areas but, according to Mike Lawrence, Gregg Gertie wag
Game Fish PlanSouth 71. !
Kay Heaven, it has served asa capital for investment must I hiking, picnicking, swimming, by adult members of the David Rose, James Dick, Jeffrey brook, Chet Cutting and John
from the Second in Class A, 18 hole division
come initial capital etc clubs.I Conover, Rlevins, Miss Kegerreis
means of identifying shells two I Pender, Hugh used
'' for many local "beachcomb- Florida Region sports- Itself and that the only way to The maximum size of the was Dulcie Wright witha The rosters: Donald Carney, Edward Fan- five iron on the 150-yard NG 1

ers." The collection Is so complete men. Game and Fresh Water get this capital is to producemore posters is 17 inches wide and 73. Ella Swett was tops in Nokomis Lions Mark Ben ning, Randy Joeckel, David 15 hole to get her ace Rep,
than you consume, and 22 inches high There will be Class B with a 71, while L. nett Richard Liggitt, Joseph I tee shot hit the
that it required about Fish Commission, again will be Stulgis, Joel Pearson, Jeffrey green IM
"
then put the surplus to work, prizes for second and Hermansen and M E Bowdler Webrand, rolled into '
three years to identify and asked to comment on openingthe first I Boyenton, Dennis Butler and Robert Pearson the cup.
I classify all the material. hunting season south of The speaker pointed out third places, tied for second with BO's.In Eric Shaw, Wayne Zeigler,

Kay and Ron first came to State Road 60 two, three or four there are a number of ways to Judges Listed nine-hole play, the Clans Randy Cole, Tim Helser, Ronald Florida Power & Light-Guy stonoa WORLD'S
Venice some 15 years via put this surplus to work tout winner was Irene Bryant with Perkins, Donald Shrode, Struble, Paul Taylor, J. J. Val-
ago weeks earlier than elsewherein Judging the contest will be %
boat They tied up at what was Florida The question will > the money in your own Msgr. George Cummings, a 35. Second with a 38 was Charles Bruin, David Moser, derama, William Panton, Dennis LARGESTCell
pastor
then the Venice Yacht Club business and use your personal Adra Heise. Randall Britt, Reginald Shaw Crawford, Jack Imhoff, aNIMSnIAR (WHIR
be asked in a series of public of the Catholic Church of
and as so often happens to meetings to be held at Dade creative energies to make it Epiphany; Dr. Garold Stryker, Class B. laurels went to Sig- and Philip Mitchem James Imhoff, Roy Buckelew, Cell: -I

visitors, they fell in love with City, Bartow Tampa, Sebrmg, grow or to let others do it president of the Venice-Noko- na Evans with a 35. Betty Venice Elks Fred Brown, Mark Ramlow, Joseph Dalton Karl, "u'eKiu1\ HUGH
Venice and they fell in love Fort Myers and Sarasota beginning through proper investments. nis Art Assn; Marvin P. O'Shaughnessy was second Jeffrey Stone, William Domka, Ashford Panton Richard es,AiNW ".""'"'

with the yacht club building March 9. These meet Sound InvestmentsIn Courtney, conservation officer with a 36 Greg Winesette, Jeff Sour. Gale Spicer, John Henry and P59-139

When the opportunity to lease ings, according to J. O Brown, addition to government assigned to Sarasota Countyfor Veah Handley scored a 38 to beer, Jeff Frady, Wayne Johnson Lawrence Jeffrey. 48S6547

the place presented itself last regional manager, are six of bonds Miller listed municipal the Florida State Board of come in first in Class C and Edmund Kulakowski, Tom
year, the Heavens grabbed it 29 such meetings to be held and industrial bonds and good Conservation; and Dr. Luther Anna Yarger, Edith Westfall Smith, Ralph Breeden, John
and in October officially stocks as sound investments. Hamilton, James Robinette, NOT EVERY REAL ESTATE FIRM
open- statewide to obtain the thoughtsand Luck, president of Venice Junior and Hazel McGlynn tied for
ed the doors to the Deckhouse! opinions of Florida sports- In the latter, a person has two Chamber of Commerce runners-up with 40's. Jerry Blackburn, Charles Ped-

Ron has had years of experience men in regard to hunting and choices' he said to buy preferred Name. and addresses of the Next week's event will be a en and Joe Winesette. CAN DISPLAY THIS SEAL!
In the restaurant and fishing stocks with a fixed rate Venice Lions Mike Young,
regulations, seasons contestants must be printed on blind bogie. .
upper club business, having and bar limits. of returns or common stock the backs of the posters or Lester Gentzler Larry Burris, .
managed the Winter Park and share in the profits. they will be disqualified En- John Shaver, Timmy Petcock, ,
Brown said other A5
questions
Racquet Club prior to comingto The speaker also emphasized tries are asked to submit their Robert Sanchez, Geoff Jones,
that will be asked in the several that the purchase of land if MORE PEOPLE ARE
Venice and'for a number of posters to the Venice Public Barry Knott, Terry Powell,
include
years he and Kay owned their meetings setting productive, was a good invest Kenneth White, Eugene Fewer .
AND
SUBSCRIBING TO
aside the Citrus Wildlife Management
own place in Costa Rica When ment. Library.Chamber DisplayA Charles Wynne, John Gay,
asked how they happened to Area for bow hunting To the great number of wildlife display also cane READING THEGONDOLIER Wesley Turner and David oP
migrate so far from home Kay only, and early dove season Americans on a fixed salary Knott. Qf
> seen during the week at the
replied, "Friends of our who statewide without any local Miller said, "the one sure wayto Venice Area Chamber of Com- Venice Rotary Ken Curry, Y
wanted to travel and who had county exceptions, raising the accumulate capital for investment merce where a stuffed and STAtE
heard of business opportunities bag limit on quail, extendingthe is to set up a budgetand mounted Florida wild turkey
in that country asked us turkey hunting season past stick to it" will be the attraction.
if we would like to go along the closing date for deer hunt. The wage earner has two Wednesday main night, a meetingof LOOK! April Special When you buy a home

too We did and it was a fasci- ing, and an any-sex deer hunt choices in setting up a budget, conservationists will be held is best
this seal assuranceYou
n a tin g experience. What the! last day of the season. he pointed out, "((1)) on the bass at VACC headquarters The 8 OMocARTHUR HOTEL your

prompted our return to this Sportsmen will also be given I of what you want to spend, p m. meeting will be open to won't too much You won't waste days loci-
country was our four daughters an opportunity to present questions ((2)) on the basis of what you all interested South County pay
education. We wanted to of their own choosing. want to save" residents, with a discussion of A WEEKLY RATE ing at the wrong real estate You'll get accurate factsYou'll
I'
V
have them educated in this Brown also said that bow He warned, however, that project. already underway. Private Room and Bath with 3 M.al.'K .
skilled advice You'll.
.
country." The daughters are hunters present at the public those on a fixed income should Acting secretary of the $40. single $65. double get professional prop.

Virginia, 18 years of age; meetings may outnumber gun accumulate enough in the bankor group, to be known as the Venice $25. Deposit erty that fits your needs and pocketbook You'll r.

Elizabeth 15, Kathleen II and hunters for the first time in the i m bounds for living expensesfor Area Conservation and I ceiv help in finding sources of financing.
Martha 9. history of the meeting Arch two years before startingto Recreation Council, is Martin REGISTER IN MARCHPh.
Unique Locale ers are said to be well organized invest in stocks. In purchasing R. Northrup, telephone 488- 488-5447 Onlr Ketlton (III) mrmhm of MM V.tkm.l A?oeJ tlcm .of 1W1 buuftwnta .
The locale of the Deckhouses for attending the meetings, stocks you succeed or fail 2271. mi ttwlr .lonl. bomk. who mbMrib' to th. protoilonij it.n
( unique in that it looks out and reportedly have announcedthat with the company, he added. of MI MtatilliM. cede of !thIN mr H"Pl T thU ant
-
over the jetties and the open they will seek a favorablevote He also counseled that in -

Gulf. Ron pointed out, "One of in all\ meetings to set addition to buying diversified For All your Real Estate Needs

the things we're trying to aside the Citrus Area for bow stocks a person should buy NewspapermanWill ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
stress is the fact that we have hunting exclusively for a trial stocks of companies of whichhe CONSULT

some 200 feet of dock space period of three years Votes can be proud and stocks

where boat owners and fisher- or action taken at these meet. that pay a reasonable returnon A'ddress
men can tie up and enjoy their ings are not final Brown said, investment I MAINTENANCE FRANK C. RAEBURN

meals in informal attire and reminded sportsmen that Parents Introduced
the Deckhouse is an informal] South Florida Region meetingsare In the business part of the I LIGHTING SUPPLIES
!J4 restaurant and supper club" only a part of a total of meeting, Mr and Mrs Stig St. Mark's Club REALTOR

And as if to "prove" the 29 meetings to be held. Hiljding, of Stockholm, Sweden 251 W VENICE AVE. VENICE
Inc.
ELECTRIC
truth of this statement Kay; Meetings in the South Flor. were introduced by Robert ANDERSON
pointed to "The Deckhouse Library" ida Region will Include Dade S.1 Baynard as the parents of Ed Ball, editor and publish PH. 488.1600

where a series of City, March 9, Civic Center; Margareta, the Rotary Club er of The GONDOLIER, will Bat & Cockrill Streets Phone 488-6794
shelves are filled with numerous Bartow, March 10, County sponsored exchange student at speak on Newspaper Work at I ,.
books ranging from Ben Commissioners'i I the Venice High School. the St. Mark's Men's Club din- --
Hur through books on shellingand Meeting ner Tuesday .......... ,
Room; Tampa, March 11, Hiljding, a Swedish lawyer
fishing while including the Criminal Court Room, Court and former member of the The meeting will be held at

National Geographic and House, 3rd Floor; Sebring, Swedish Consulate in Paris St, Mark's Episcopal Church
American Heritage. "What we March 12, City Pier on Lake has charge of his government's parish hall at 6:30 p.m. \
went people to do is stop) in, Jackson; Fort Myers March Royal Patent and Regulation A color film, "Fishing with
enjoy a cocktail or highball Ted Williams" will completethe DOWNTOWN
Office in Stockholm. In return
13. County Commissioners'
and browse or if they are program.
Meeting Room; and Sarasota, for the many courtesies extended
waiting for a luncheon or dinner The club Is non-denomina-
March 18 County Commission- his daughter by the Rotarians
companion we've Interest- ew' Meeting Room. Time of he presented the local club tional and all area men are Invited
ing
material to study 'while Reservation. be
all meetings is 8 p.m. with a book on "Sweden and may
you wait The pocketbooks can its Waters," made by calling Carlton Kem-

be borrowed or taken if you Among the other out-of.town per, 406 Tihami Road. VENICE
become that involved in
subject matter The your only OES Meets ThursdayThe guests; presented at Thursday's 1 FQ
meeting were three visiting Ro-
request we make is that if you +e
"take" March meeting of Venice tartans from Balston Spa, H
book 1
a one that
J
Intend to keep, is to ask you ifs Chapter 248, Order of the Y., Charles Grose, George B. First & Finest Shopping Area
possibly you have some pocketbooks Eastern Star, will be held Stack and Donald Slreeber.
that you no longer want Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Ma- David Dickson, district scout ti
executive of Sarasota alsoa WHAT MAKES *
and would give to our little sonic Temple was

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