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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida, West Coast Osprey, laurel l1 Nokomis Venice; South V"ic, Venice Gardens Ve East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte

20 NO. 22 20 Pages IIEIISEITHI!: ASSOCIATED PRE88 VENICE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964 IIEMSER, FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION PRICE -10 cents




tw; Contestants Fox, Becker Enter County Races \\1 i Lot-Mowing Law



A last minute flurry of entries Fox, 43-year-old native FlorIdian .
came just before Tues has been a resident of
kdd To Votes day's deadline for announce- North Port Charlotte for five
ment of candidacies for the years He was elected to a Invoked In SVBy
May 5 Sarasota County Democratic four-year term on the NPC
: and Republican pri city commission in 1061 and

entrants W. Jones Mrs mantes currently is the police commissioner
contest A Krause, Mrs
044( GONDO- Mary E. Among those who announcedfor there. W. EARL AUMANN to be cleared with the cost being
Monday's Kroupa Sister Helen
,
in South World War II member of entered lien againstthe
County posts was A as a
of them report. OSB, P. H. Maurer Mrs.
1, only 27 added to Hubert W. Fox, vicemayorand the Navy Seabees, he also was I SOUTH VENICE-More than property, Jaffe said
and Clenys R. Morton Mrs
Edith
Tuesday .T4 300 South Venice lot owners
lei city commissioner of one of the organizers of the This information was given
vote totals toward win- Peterson and Mrs Bill Shirley. North Port Charlotte, who is NPC! Volunteer Fire Department have been notified by the county in answer to a letter to the
:>!, new 1964 Ford or cost One new entrant, Mrs Homer seeking the District 2 constable and served as presidentof \ to have their lots clearedof GONDOLIER from Ed C. Powers

,'>-er prizes offered In the Owens added ,to of the Englewood, has been post, and Robert K. (Bob) its board of directors nd undergrowth and brush under of Dayton, Ohio, and which
1 contest list Baker, candidate for District 'assistant fire chief. a. the recently enacted com appears on the editorial page
kj entrants who tailed tot PICK YOUR FAVORITEfrom 2 justice of the peace. I His other activities includea pulsory lot-mowing act. today.
votes Tuesday do not the list of contestants and Fox, a Democrat, will be the hand in organizing Boy Scout Edgar K, Jaffe of the Sarasota Discrimination

;in some votes or have give him or her your subscript i primary opponent of Paul Taylor Troop 30 of which he servedas County Department of Powers who owns two lots
cast for they by 9 p m tion or 500 FREE VOTE COUPONS of Nokomis, who announced -I assistant Scout Master; Regulatory Services said an I street

Mach 20, the votes now while they earlier for the Job being charter member, member of additional 50 to 60 complaintsare on Myakka one block Avenue long--a felt he
I tc3) have to their credit yield the most vote credit. vacated by Republican Jack the board of directors and vice- 4 still to be processed. just discriminated !

it cane:lied according to With your help, any contestantwho Knuckles, who is running for president of the Port Charlotte Failure to comply within a was against being because some other lot
UM! of the contest and will do a little campaignIng Civitan Club, and charter reasonable time will result in In the SV subdivisionhave
names will be droppedthe can win Without it, little sheriff.Seek Knuckles Post member of Trinity Methodist an order by the county boardof owners not been required to have

list, I progress can be made. Ill'BERT W. FOX t I Three Republicans have announced Church, of which he served as ROBERT K, (Bob) BECKER commissioners for the lots their lots mowed under the
a this week's votes are In I for Knuckles' Job. financial secretary and Build
counted, the standing They are Leo Belsito, Walter ing Committee member new act.
he had
said In his letter
n( positions will be pub. Installation Set I H. Craiger and Joseph C. He recently has been em- I Called his He two lots bulldozed and
,
j tin Monday issue. Celll. (Continued on page 6) Meeting In I
Reported Tuesday .. .. .. cleared just four years ago
They anticipation of building in the
contestants reportCD I
r 11
area when he retires

'IOns club largest and or were more number creditedthe of aub-of By Navy LeagueFifth On Blood Bank Venice Frank Former R.Civic Charge Assn.Vice, of, when the President South told

named from
in the order Iii4 I of Power's letter, said most
a bottom: Organization of a Community ber of units of blood requiredfor absentee lot owners do not real.
's, Polly Taylor, 1st. annual Installation I Master of ceremonies for the Blood Bank under the auspices transfusions has grown Ize that even after a lot has
x Viola Wood, 2nd. ceremonies for the Venice banquet will be William A. of Venice Hospital will steadily during the same period been cleared of all trees and

y. Margaret Paul, 3rd. Council, Navy League of the Washburne Jr, ACONA Council be undertaken at a meeting high brush, the young brush
1. Kenneth Norwood, 4th United States, will see RobertS. 76 chairman Speakers and Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the com Magee said a planning com and high weeds grow up again
x Robert Stephens, 5th. Baynard Installed as president new officers will be Introducedby munity room of First Federal mittee has been appointed by quickly. In a year the lot will
.s, A. C Traver, 6th. of the local unit for 1964 Mayor Brohard, who also .,hcc Savings & Loan Association's the hospital board to inform need mowing again, he said.
.,. James E. Blades, 7th. Keynoting the April 4 eventat will make the welcoming re Venice branch the people of the area on both But of course, it was pointedout
x Irene Shockey, 8th the Deckhouse restaurant, marks. "The need for an organization the need for more blood donor. ) the cost will be much
aid S. Breding, 9th. Tarpon Center will be a talk Tickets for the fifth annual of this kind grows every and an organization to effectively cheaper than the original bull
tau E. Grimm, 10th. on "Seapower" by Vice Adm. event are available at the of- day," declared Christopher manage the blood bank It dozing and clearing of trees

y, Mildred Pederson, 10th. Fitzhugh Lee, chief of Naval fices of Toole and Sanders. 4wirF Magee, hospital board presi- ', self.He Blanket Charge
ea! four contestants turn- Air Training at the U.S. Naval Vice Adm. Lee was born In dent, in a letter to civic and said an invitation to have
enough subscriptions to Air Station in Pensacola (Continued on page 2)) fraternal organizations of the representatives at the Tuesday In fact, Charge added, the

,left. $30 club and were "Why the Navy League Ex. Venice area meeting is being extended to SVCA has two contractors busy
ted with votes in the order 1st." will be explained by the Magee said the active blood all fraternal and religious organizations clearing and mowing lots at a
"blanket of $30 a lot.
: former chief of Naval Air US.41 f donor list for the entire area price"
4i By-Pass have vol.
Over 200 lot owners
Mary Scaglione, llth; Training Adm. J. W. Reeves r currently totals some 225 people "Each organization, said
toothy Thompson, 12th; Jr. (UStf, Ret.) 1M, "The list," said the hoe Magee, "will be asked to openan untarily already availed them..
Mrs. "has been dwindling account in the blood bank." selves of this "bargain service"
John Kruse, 13th; and cocktail pital official
A reception. par. Hurry-Up Seen, -tw he said and every day
further stated that the unitsof
He
level
.Pool, 14th, fy lor- the' "new"officers and to its present over eb-
he receives orders from
And he blood donated by any memo I.
I following 11 contestants visiting dignitaries will be the past few years.
2))
ntdited with from one to held at 15:30: p.m. in the homeof BrohardIndications went on to note that the num- I (Continued on pate t) Continued on page

subscriptions on a $30 Mayor and Mrs. Smyth D. By

1 IM were credited withlithe Brohard, preceding the 7 I.m.

.' order named, installation banquet. Mayor that the State Council Studies Sky Diving
i, James Altman, 15th; I Brohard is the outgoing president Road Department plans to
J A. Hightower, 16th; of the Venice Navy Lea push construction of the U.S. I

Icons McKibben, 17th; gue Council, having served 41 By-pass "pretty fast" was

R. Madge Powers, 18th; I two terms. reported to the City Council e Proposal For City AirportCity
Joyce Toole, 19th; Mrs I New officers who will be Installed I Tuesday by Mayor Smyth D. ere +

''i M. Adrian, 20th; Mr*. with Baynard include Brohard. d +'

om Maurice, 21st; Mrs. William P. Toole, first vice Brohard said he received a a from an unauthorized strip. Round Dance Club, subject to
is
Robinett, 22nd; Mrs LuC president; Gene L. Green, Bro I telegram last week from SRD Council pondering I be approval by Teen Haven boardof
would
to allow sport para- He said the Jumps
Bates, 23rd; Mrs. Ali hard James Ponder III, Harry headquarters in Tallahasseethat request directors.
Sanborn, 24th and Mrs H. Britton and Jerome G. construction! of the Bypass chute jumping at the Venice made every Sunday that visibility Byron Markle, dance club director

r Totten, 25th. (Jerry) Hill, vice presidents; road east of the city was w + Airport. I exceeded five miles from told the council teen-
.i. Thelma Pool was 26th William E. Birmingham, treas. being showed forward on the RIFLE INSPECTION by U.S. Army Rangers at Kentucky M, D. (Rutty) Nathan of I about 1 pm until dark. And ,would be welcome at the
( for the Military Institute Wednesday afternoon saw Cadet Sgt. officer for the he declared that the activity agers
free list. Contract
safety
votes and Eugenek urer; Paul E. Sanders, secretary priority Sarasota. Wednesday night dances free
I will be let in Stephen Browne of Fort Myers braced at stiff attention as an Divers, and I would not restrict normal use
11'81 27th. I ; T. Lamar Hazen, Judge job reportedly Mission Valley Sky of charge and would, in fact,
I fcowing: were listed as advocate, and Dr. E. Robert May. Army sergeant from Fort Benning prepared to give his John Johnston of Nokomis ask- : of the airportCouncilman. be encouraged to participate.

Cant In Monday's GONER Chable, chaplain. I City Planning Director PaulA. weapon the once-over. The Rangers also demonstrated moun- ed the council at Tuesday af Ralph Anderson, "If we could get the teenagers
: but failed to add to New Directors I Youngberg reported on the tain climbing techniques for the cadets.GONDOLIER ternoon's meeting to considera who is a licensed pilot and city interested," Markle said, "we
tote on Tuesday, All New directors of the Venice progress of utility relocation ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) proposal for weekly Jumpsby airport director, questioned the would be glad to teach them

make regular Tuesday Council will be named by the agreements between the SRD the club.Parachuting. city's liability in the event that the ateps" r

nption reports receive new president following the installation and the city. Youngberg said Parade according to either jumpers or pilots flyingin Al Bradley, Teen Haven director r
rote, for reporting, plus I Installing officers the SRD has agreed the city Kaydet Nathan, is the fastest-growing the area should be maimedor reported that attend.
cotes L. Conner, a should not be responsible for The killed. The liability questionwill
that subscriptions will be John sport in the United States. ance at the Youth Center on
Ml 500 free vote cou- charter member of the Venice relocating private utilities at club spokesman further pointed be put to the FAA beforea Wednesday nights has been

Council, who will present certificates the south bridge over the proposed out that members of the sky final decision Is made. averaging about 25 youngsters.

''. Evelyn M. Acheson, from the Advisory Inland waterway and diving club have been Jumpingat Nathan agreed to poll the Bradley also said he had poll-
James W, Cobb George Council on Naval Affairs that the documents sent to the Finale SundayThe Mission Valley Estates in club members regarding a ed a majority of the Teen

KWield!: Mr. Ann Ford, (ACONA) to new members on (Continued on page 2) Laurel for three years with change of name for the club If Haven board of directors individually

Thomas Gardner, Mr. behalf of Rear Adm. J. W. I only two minor mishaps. permission should be grantedto and that the majorityof
,Id W Houcke Mrs Antol- Daspit, commander of the 6th Voters last full dress parade of teams. Capt. Chas. E. Hodgln Nathan told the council that jump at the municipal airport them favored the proposal.A .
o 1 S. Jones, Mr.. Charles Naval District. Reminder: the Kentucky Military Institute said this was one of the most airports In cities throughout facility, request for permission to

Cadet Corps will be held Sunday enjoyable winter seasons the Florida have been allowing I Anderson asked if consideration establish a lawn bowling courtIn

Time To Register at 3:40: p,m. with a recep- school has ever experiencedand jump clubs to use their facili- had been given to jumpingat Hecksher Park across from
Ascription Contest Entrants tion for vacationing parents both the faculty and ties, and he said the Federal Buchan Field on the Engle- City Hall was turned Over to

Ad South County residentswho immediately afterwards. cadets had high praise for the of Aviation Agency (FAA) sanctions wood Road, which is an approved City Building Inspector Guy
have not registered are Next Thursday afternoon the friendliness of the residents the activity if the airport landing strip with virtually Curwood for recommendationand

etHigh Club Votes This Weeks urged to do between 10 a.m. Kentucky school will officiallyend Venice. management agrees no traffic. a cost estimate for constructing

and 3 p.m at the following its 33rd winter season in WEATHER The Mission Valley Sky Divers Lawn bowling and pattern such a facility.
contenders for the place by the deadline dates Venice with a number of cadets have 15 active mem- round dancing also were con- Council suggested that the
the week for the men become real HIGH LOW RAIN now
their to establishthe
with seeking
home parents local
returning council at the informal group
the
women; who have entered rich array of prizes. listed: in autos The balance of MARCH 11 78 57 bers, Including three girls, Na- sidered by sport here furnish figures
does not end until Nokomis Fire House than said in age from session devoted largelyto
GONDOLIER'S $4,500 Sub- The contest MARCH 12 80 61 ranging
will leave at number of persons
students the
the 335 and showing
19.Venice to discussions of sports
bon Contest to get $30 May 2. That means that March Pullmansover MARCH 13 82 61 16 to 43 years He explained Interested In the
In special who would be
Civic Center 8:20: a.m. Val- leisure time activities.
3 Mission
of effort that
subscriptions to gelruimum / with a little extra new the Seaboard Airline Railway MARCH 14 84 66 the council If au'ficient interest I Is
ZOoEnrlewood unofficially okayedthe game
March for Council
location
number them 67 ley Is not an Ideal
entrants can 80 -
vote MARCH 15
credit to-
I Ion home In Lyndon, council indicated the
eat arriving shown
1 Beer of the Venice Youth ,
the winners in because of the lack use I
68 lumping
,"inning the selves among MARCH 16 83 -
prizes in
considered
Saturday afternoon. be
March 23. Ky. basis for proposal may
trial I
II Building- on Center on a
wso six weeks. 63 .27 of insurance coverage
the the next 81
week for those MARCH 17
have North Port Charlotte Despite the comparltively off weekly dances by the Venice I the 196465 budget
I difference between landing and taking
; been considering en- The only March 24. poor record of its athletic RAIN FOR MONTH .38 planes
C the contest to act and (Continued on page 6)



ISouth County Communities Cop Two Top Fair AwardsReardon I



decorative art. two blues in the livestock ex a blue ribbon for a
South County produced the Other area adult winners In cellaneoua In hibits. doe rabbin; David Felty, two
third
her
is
This year
two top community exhibit arts and crafts, were Mrs Calvin and blue ribbons for two doe rabbits
winners at Sarasota County Sanborn of Venice, two county fair competitions Other ribbon winners in Osprey and Gerald HeUrlck, a

Fair, which opened Monday at blues and two reds; and the during that collection time she of has 44 4-H Club home economics blue ribbon for his terrariumand

the Sarasota Fair Grounds and Rev Edward Owen, a blue. amassed a blue rib exhibits were Judith Fulton, a red ribbon for his lamp.
19 of them
ribbons
will run through Saturday.A who entered 17 one red, Sandra Fulton, one
Mt Mrs Stevens, bons.
Holland two
,
white; Betty beef cattle contest, one
The
and won 17
attended exhibits last
record 15,000 year Venice Epiphany School 4-H blues; and Wanda Reardon and most competitive
of the largest
t t : Tuesday, children's day. tris ribbons this, cut her to catagory 14 She won en- club members, Linda Reiter one blue, three reds and five exhibits, according to
year
whites. Wanda also won a bluein
Venice.Nokomis Grange was 14 ribbons, of which five were and Susan Reiter, won blue Asst. County Agent Ed Russell -
the blue ribbon winner, with blue ribbons, six were red ribbons in the home economics the livestock exhibit. blue saw the two area youths
the Osprey exhibit placing (second place) ribbons, and exhibits. Linda won One blue The Osprey club won exhibit a who planned to enter eliminated -
second (The story on the three white (third place) rib. ribbon and Susan, two. for its 4H newspaper in pre-judging by the Sarasota

Grange entry Is on page 7)) bons. Osprey 4H Club winners Osprey 4-H and FFA win- Cattleman's Assn They
Numerous South County individual led by Karen Kauffman, ners in livestock exhibits were, were Joe Henrique of Nokomis
entries produced a The categories were em- were blue ribbon for and Tammy Jenkins of I '
six blues, eight reds Randy Bass, a ,
total of 99 ribbons for area broidery, crochet, clothing, infant and who nine won white; Linda Martin his seed collection; Verna Englewood. Ursual Hauri, 15- I'I 'I

residents Top adult winner In wear, ceramics, pictures with four blues, five reds and Bass, a blue ribbon for her year-old Sarasotan, won the
number of exhibits was Mrs. (in other media than oil and eight whites, and Rita Reardon shell collection: Rita Reardon, grand champion with her 875- 'II
A. Stevens, Shore Road, her pound Hereford, as well as the
C. blue ribbons for two
reds two
watercolor), rugs, artifical who won two blues, seven I.
who won ribbons on all of her rabbit David Felty two 4-H championship.
flower arrangement and nua- and two whites.\ Rita also won does ; J''
14 entries.
bra Sttvtna with corn and bean rooster plaque.



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PAGE TWO .. THE GONDOLIER' -'THURSDAY.. MARCH If, H



Youth DrownsIn Talent Show Hospital Report I Navy LeagueContinued ( LOTMOWINGContinued from Pgae 1) I Sarasota Flower Exhibit 1


NPC CanalNORTH WinnersWinners ADMISSIONS ( from page is) Alaska for 18 months In command sentee owners to have this Area gardeners horticultural are exhibitsIn 'Invited livered fore 8 pm to the on auditorium\ K
enter April
Marrh 111 Merr K.llv' Vrtloe W I l' to 7.
of last Sunday afternoon Hem Nemeek III, flerpMte: Edward H of all Navy ihore-basod work done and send them the Sarasota Garden Clubs flowers and other C,
PORT CHARLOTTEA RI.. Venire, ('.nl. H. Arthur. Notemle the Philippine Islands In 1905 units. bill. Some of these out-of.town flower must be sped, ,
s Jaycee Talent Contest .... twenty-seventh annual presented J
L. Kfotoher Opprry, Emma and was appointed to the U.S. task n0
North Port Charlotte youth, ,. He next commanded a people own as many as five 9. than 11 ki(
a
were Lynda Shanks of; Healk .ood I David Malvlta En. Naval in show to be held April 8.11on April
Academy 1922 by
eight-year-old Steven Vernon .,...... group in the Pacific participating lots he. explained so the actual I.
Venice school, the Hours
Elementary held at for
President Graduated will be the
Longtin, was drowned Monday Marrh It, ('1._.. T Hailth, Ve. Harding In the attacks on New number of lots already clear The show tWo-dl' IQ, ,
Dorothy Freeman and. Caron
and arrangemenU will be from
.. I...... Shannon in 1926 he served aboard the and Municipal Auditorium 10 1.11\. \Q
while flaying with a third- e: Ven irai i I>.vl. CVintner Guinea, Marshall Illands ed will run well over 1,000, he 0
Butler of Venice Elementary Fna-lexswa11' 1..I>o11a KrayflelilVenln battleship Oklahoma and the from have been made The show will Pn
the Marlannas Islands
,rad, schoolmate beside .. added feature ,
a canal Sherrl Morton of Venice High Mar Thlem Ventoe Harold' accept now,
paralleling Boulevard ". Hara" .. Vmleei. Hnn. O Vounr.urell aircraft carrier Lexington until the flagship) Enterprise. Charge said he understoodthe for club members to and fruit arrangements
Biscayne School and a band from KMI t ... Garden cro
DnmUiy marred. RpHnrfl.Mua. 1929 when he was ordered he ordered to registrations at the sages, miniature
North. 1..... Later was county had not taken any flower
consisting of Bill Girdler Steve | Maa Foeler MimnllTenn ,
'
... to flight training at command the assault forces on Center, 1131 Sixth St., on April rangementa table I'
: Manruerlt B. lour._. V direct action against absentee ,
He Is reported to have reached Jackson Rod Kurry Gary setl'i'
laol| bar Bell. Nolomla, He was designated the Caroline Islands and final- to 34 horticultural
for a board In the canal Beougher. and Tom Sellew, pt'nsacol.'j' ownera who have neglected specimens W
Nasal 111 William Fwtir, MempliTenn .. aviator and received ly commanded the Naval Air with their orders to Orchids potted plants and Junior gardener
comply cctlon
and in. The These winners will compete .
,
toppled schoolmate .
: Joea Centner Vrnlrr Habv there the same which
3 of cut
Gregory Eddlngs went for against other previous winners Girl' Cardner. Venire! Ruth Hani.nl Kn.MirAnhur Transport Service which operated have their lots cleared since meritorious specimens "Smokey the Bur' b
,
pN.Wi Per. 0.55550 Vail., ....h Admiral Lee's career has I betweep 300 and 400 bid received by the flowers may be entered. be present
help and several persons join In the Javcee series of Sunday : rYilrwixHl. ; :' ru; ';--p,";; ;;;';: been the lowest
ed in the search operation.. rternoontalent contesU-1n the Vntlce! iBerlxre. Huhke. In.lewood.Meirk marked by various assignments planes In a worldwide operation county was more than twice Potted plants must b, de-! Asst. County Agent Ed P,
second preliminary off to 141 B.>hr rVMwhke. Fnglew In the Navy Depart.resent Admiral Lee completedhis the price asked bv the SV contractors lorloushad developed
The youth's father Francis run ll r>rtw H' HirHeon Ncikomli' I an.-
Including tours of tour of active duty with -
duty eatlonal
Longtin of III Aero Ave, located be held this Sunday at 2 p.mat And_ Pa I'-I.k.| Pmilll Vans' : Hnl.le New bids are being exhibit for the gj hr,
I aboard 12 aircraft carriers the U.S. Navy as chief of BY-PASS
,.
the Gulf Theatre ** Peureij Lleie BUe Jln.le- asked for he said, before any for persons
his son, who was pronounced The final contest will be ....... During World War II, he served Naval Air Training as Pensa action Is taken. I having lawn It
dead On arrival at Mash' Las .1f..I. m.vml..t afloat on carriers In thePacific cola retiring in 1950. law (Continued from pgae 1) : shrubbery problems A
Venice Hospital Sunday. April J, at 2 p.m. at M..... r. r_..,... Vm"'l" pof6i.l. A. Charge explained the coat\
the Gulf Theatre at which time Klnerr. Vm/eAeth' < D.vld.. EnileWOCT and commanded the Following his retirement, he was passed by the last legislature city for signing were being returned -' uous showing of national par;
Mr. and Mrs. Longtln have all preliminary winners will |; Rack A. owlNakanbi. Ar.p escort carrier Manila Bay in was employed as general man I as an anti-fire hazard slides will be featured
d Slntw. N""rln Port Chiu-lnltr: Unde the battles for Gulf and of the Los De- tin,.
Leyte
another son. Gary. They compete for the first prize of VenMnM *mlr...vl, Rleh.nl. Vni- ager Angeles measure The mowing of the 'II
moved to NPC from Syracuse Mercury outboard: motor donated hinder. knilrwood; Illlun Vxhlnder, the Invasion at Lingayen Gulf. partment of Airports for two lots will also eliminate the The city planning director
a
NY. four rnvlewoo4, N... roretoneon. Envlewnod, In recent years he command.rd and since that time has further reported _t hat IIIW
years
Other .
years ago by Kiekhaefer Mercury ......t rowan Venice., Rortw Qlleh health hazard and the danger I Help Is
survivors Include the paternal Corp, second prize of $50(; and Veileel John KorWn. EngLwe.L' the carrier, Franklin D confined his activities to the of snakes and other reptiles agreements were being drawnon available for I u)
grandfather Archie VernonLongtin third prize of $25 III...... 1{. Rita L. Duet V..loo, A. Roosevelt, and the Naval Air Navy League, Red Cross and Charge pointed out that although the relocation of utilities at problem drinker who recojnes ,
I. .. ..... Station at Va. servedas alert. the East Venice Avenue bridge
of Champlain N. ,1. .h. NokanNi Helen "' .rr. Norfolk. ; Project had been his difference fn
Y"I I Most of the proceeds from Venirel yams I. Gerard Venleel. Thorn a Hunter/Killer no SV home making the West Coast Inland -n: the) ,
a maternal grandmother. the contest will go to the Loveland u K. n..... canals I Pliima McCaih- Group burned by the weed and grass District the lal drinker Inforn*::; .
Grace Card of Cortland N. Y. School nay Nokomltt Jowvb A. Martin. Crore commander In the Atlantic; as in Navigation responsible n i
I for Retarded Children fires that spread rapidly be
Services will be conducted Cltri MarvvieHto M. Craft venial Vlrrifla commander Fleet Air Western BLOOD BANK party rather than the obtained from the Fiord
now holding classes at Blcel, Venire.M dry weather a number had
today at 10 am. at Farley Pacific, and commander Fleet city Alcoholic Rehabilitation
I
the Venice PI
Nokomls Methodist .nl IT i Jeenk 1101.... Venlrxi, HaN Air (Continued from 1) bean acorched by the nearnessof
pgas
Funeral Home Chapel by The Church in Nokomis. rr Creamer Venire I E.a nav' '. In. Japan. the flames and had only Mayor Brohard also filled In : gram In Avon Park,

Rev Charles Cuthbertaon of i Amelia lewnnfi Knenlf limp,., Smallenbnrr, Venloei t NATT Chief ber of the organization will been. saved by the efforts of council members on the pro .xmxm a, i1ALLEN

First Baptist Church of North Nlod....._, Nokomlil Port ,Charlottai Louie, Green Nellie, serve as blood credits for all the ,South Venice Volunteer posed organization of the police .
Fort Charlotte Burial will be Cowan Improving Entlewood After serving as commanderof members of that orfanizatlon Fire Department department. The mayor reported ::

in Gulf Pines Memorial Park DISCHARGES the Carrier Striking Forces'' Magee said plans are to conduct The Florida .courts have that the new records Convalescent

After CollapseErnest > M..... 1t Cart Mille. ,. V...Irot CaW and commander Carrier Di a blood typing program. ruled he added that the owner system is in full operation and Nursing Home .1
roan OP THANK Naha ruwMr Vanla. naia nir" 'l, ViMI .. vision Five in the Seventh free of charge for all memo of a lot over which a brush fire the new manual of procedurewill
We vlift ana apererlatloR le -..... aer I relative fcearthlttHeflef .. I G. Cowan Of 801 "',oknll.Genrte V...Co...eM:. .Noknmtoi. wiiii.N. Fleet and on Oct. 18, 1981 took bers of the various organization has ,passed to reach a home jo Into effect Immediately 24 Hour Nursing Ser.i1
Mabel rna Venleel, rhone
trim.. ... nritlilwn. for the nanr Myrtle Ave. a Raviles Funeral Eva Btahofi, KntlewoMi: Victor TranJ chief of Naval Air Technical "This will, at one and can be held ,responsible for after study by the mayor's advisory IU Venice CR8.Z70)
t end. ..e'eeeVi and fl.rel trlhu" <*. ... Home employee Is Improvingat *, V<"I.., '"""" ""Ml*, Ventoei Training with headquarters in the same time." he laid, "pro-- the damages Incurred. committee. .. ....poses. .DI... LEON Let
.. .. ef ....,..h. tendered at (.. ,.. cam,. Entie.oad.Ms.'h "" --- ...........-
the teeth .f J. A. Srhrinreeterlallr Venice Hospital after he became III Memphis, Tenn In March vide a list of blood types available I 0-
Leonard
'I'. think Th. Her. Frank 111 and collapsed Sunday Wokomllt" Paul, Cotherman Solar. Ven reiptre'.., H.I.. 980, he became Deputy Commander within this area and provide Limitations
and J. Sheerer the pallb for.0..ada.t..... m rort night e n Doboen. Venire t Ceorre Gnh..., in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Individual members of the Charge said the new lot

M. U. I. A. sCaRING..nA He Is expectad to leave the Dodd Venial Halvlu, 'Foams Intlewfodi Mannlna.Maud Nokomlit, Fleet_and on Oct. 18 1961 took organizations involved with mowing act applied] only to Iota .. DECKHOUSEAT

F.NIh hospital shortly Mr and Mrs ntl"oodl Ollfcart Rntxrtohair, 0"1 over his present assignment.. their own blood type in case within 200 feet of a home. That
I Ira I Frank SI'rot.. 0...... ,
Cowan have three young sons Admiral Lee nears the Navy of need, means whole blocks of unbullt
Mareh 111 V..... BM.oa. Venlcei t THE JETTIES
Cross with Gold Star the SV be exempt
Helen W.hT. Pnkomli, Licllle trim.min. "Without the cooperation of on property may
... Venlnei, Emm. Fowler. Venire, Legion of Merit end the Navy the citizens In the area," concluded from the provisions of( the! law

gOJlQe gif/1.ehaQ dome! Nrwbera tntleweod Fowler, Pelham, Vaalrei,1Ao..F.murl... Venice Ooff.! Unit Commendation Ribbon. Magee "the organization because at no point in this section NOW OPEN
tl / Dnnald, MrKenale E..'......., Mllllam Admiral Reeves, a native of is doomed from its out I Is there a home 200 feet
H......, SaraaMai Mlldml New 7
Paddnrk Jersey, also is a graduate let" And he Issued an appeal away He added that with between
VenlraJCreha! troth, Entlcwood, Chob t
Nolomis Ara. Lice Smith, llradentoiu of the U.S. Naval Academy for' help which he said is 600 and 700 houses builton DAYS A WEEK

Moth 111 David, .1....... Enilnrmil, In World War I, he served in "earnestly needed and respect- t the! 19300 lots in the SV -
101. Denman. Venlfaa, .... Hamll. destroyers out of Queenstown a\1bdvlalo.n.} certain aectlona
ton. Venire Vealaei I MaT Thlem Harold. Vrnleel, R.lfh. Inland, and In the Mediteranoan. fully requested"BIRTHS are bound to. occur Which are .SANDWICH LUNCHEONSFAMILY

.w.haI Harp..n. r He.took flight I training still unoccupied. ENTREES

"ter "'t.18aa1rL2aa UaKh 111 I John CooweVe.Iee, It ensacoia and in 4938 was He remarked, however, that I
Maw LeonaM.. Venfeet/ Rnbert Mo'h...". designated a naval aviator be' had personally Inspected
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291 I Venice) Aired' Warner, "."I.wood. During World War II, Ad- MONDAY thru THURSDAY
Iota 15881 and 15662 owned by
.
Mar.h 141 A.hleUrh l>ovldo. 11,1.: GAK1WIR: Mr. and If... Tb... $175
odi Jan Gardner, Vaal..i Mae Cutd.rta miral Reeves commanded the /.. Venice. dauthtcr. M....' ElleaGardner Powers. and found them badly CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES |
HONORING THE BIBLE Entlewcnd carrier Wasp with the British horn March II I.IT .-.... overgrown with weeds and
Men 1T, Mlrha, AM Venial, Home Fleet and carried Bdish MAEHKE, Mr and II... Para II, Including! femora SoW! for
fret home.
Baal. '--". Oiprer Ml Gonrtle A_. E.,,_. aMlrhael within 200 of n
Joseph Parka had this to lay about honoring the Bible Bntlewnndi Arrh MaeArUiur! Emma. Heath Pnale.ood .. planes for the relief of the Martin Ma hk.. .hors Marsh 14 He added the SVCA makes FRIDAY and SATURDAY
I .
,
Elela I Island of Malta against attacksby tin am.csorr.
| Pug ,
"There !i. no ether volume held in such contempt at the ... Entlewood Sank )I.. and Mra. Kiieaell J, no financial gain from helping LOBSTER SPECIALOur
the
.k. anilemed Walter > Germans and Italians
Walton,
] Van.
.
Venloe. eon. R..II J CraTt ir. born lot have
Bible, even by some who profatt to honor it. You cannot bar. He then was assigned to Man 111 Cave pa.HnUSER. owners voluntarily Regular Menu Available Nightlyl!
honor the Mr. and Mra. Ror. Venire, hair proprv mowed but In
Bible
by Just binding it gilding It - -
protecting ..I .iiltnter ins name. ret), here MarcllI contributing Its services for the Cocktail Hours 4:30: to 6 p.m.
it, end looking at it. You can honor the Bible In only sot .-... heMtltl> nf the mmnvinltv He HIGHBALLS MANHATTANS MARTINIS SOc

one way, and that !II by reading it, taking it Into your laid" photographs( of the lots be-

tout I, reproducing it In living literature, in epistles known fare clearing and after clearnf .

and read of all man" OBITUARY are sent to the absentee

EASTER property owners with the bill
;n.'1 .
Oar Semcei Are Available// / To All!! Regardless JtDSON S. RUMSET for mowing from the contrsc-; ,{f-| Lb; fewt "::: '
tor so he knows exactly what "
Financial HEADQUARTERS :
CircumstancesLleetued Judson S. Rumiejr, 87, form. he Is paying for. "All\ of these "

li Indlaaa and Florid er faculty member of BuffaloN. absentee owners will\ some day GULF GARDEN
( Y.) Law School and a New be building In SV and we want

York Investment counselor, th.m0: \ be proud of the South
died Feb 22 In New York.
Venice Civic l00 chlordane
Association, he %
He and Mrs. Rumsey wintered
IES declared ;
,
I A WT In Venice for 12 years, until -
i \ 5 Ibs. 99
end'tvvwr title past winter. <
H. was the author of several

r law books and treatises, mr;:. rag. $1.49
? 'e r ncluding"Rumsejr on Con-

tracts" He Is survived by his Certain. Facts to

"Ver .kk Vat., widow the former Hazel Dav For the fellow who never TIRE| SALELIFE
.i IcS.on. a daughter and threeranddaughter
felt a kinship with nature or
*.
[ hat the sensitive touch for
Interment was In Cattaraugus TIME GUARANTEES
growing things; who at the
N. Y.STEVEN.
same moment would like to
practice the art of indoor 470 i 15

xFASTERcs PROVOST gardening here are some 800 "All Weather

{ term of interest. 42BLACK ,
145 Word has been received by When gardener speak of TUBE TYPE '.

tii Mrs. Frank Burton Valencia high humidity they speak of
A colorful Apts, Venice of the death atmosphere saturated with z 7EOi 14 '

voraty of March 13 at Indianapolis, Ind, moisture. such as a green. 670.15 I

toiler rend eL of Steven (Guy) Provost formerly house. When they speak of $1100 All Weether

of Nokomis. low humidity, they mean a 42" BLACK ,
normal temperature range TUBELESS j ,
DICK & MEADOWS with a relative humidity of

Persons employed and train about 40 to 80 per cent 750 i 14

PHARMACY ed by Goodwill Industries turn What this means to you 1 Is 670g15
household discards Into sale. that you'd best not attemptto l I
$1300 All Weather
TWO LOCATIONS able merchandise. Goodwill grow a high l -humidity: I

231 W. Venice Ave .. Ph, 488.6776 pays out some $600,000 annual. plant In a home without the 42" WHITE >

Venice Medical Center Ph. 488-3985 ly in wages to handicapped employees benefit of a terrarium. TUBELESSGOODYEAR

-- __ or __ When gardeners speak of
humus soil, they mean a
mixture of 3 parts humus 1';

I and one part coarse aand. \

I Indoor plants la genera), PH. 448-1331, .:
yM* w.., like a humus toll. PH. 488.1096


The ancestor swamp VeniceShopping

buggies seen racing twice year.
ly at Naples Fla, was the Center f

chassis of a Model T Ford In
.1
order to get traction In the 1.

swamps, two sets of tires were; .r', \, '. .. > ," ,
used on each wheel.


f Florida.. IrH wsi'tu fL zFL' dtrlnr, ,


r I ii'' ) at its most beautiful Jim ,Ponder's Drive-In Liquors


I"" natural best '. 125 'W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 4884504I OPEN SUNDAYS

wm 4 ,. ryral V. a .
I SPECIAL CASE PRICES-
I Imagine Florida before resorts..before tourists and Old Hickory
crowded beaches. ? luih beautiful liiy.warm and PHILADELPHIA ..., .. ....... ... "."

quiet It. Hill very much that way at Caps Hare,but 6 YR. OLD BOURBON WHITE HORSE ... ... .. .. .... ... 62.95
I with, modern touches to add to your enjoyment. Fa.I A
j not this has EARLY TIME .. .. .... .. .. .. ..... 46.95
I elusive,yet expensive, lovely community Reg 425
'1 a private Gulf Beach, large swimming pool and 4 VS CARIOCA RUM .. .. .. .. .. 39.959UART

,, cabana clubhouse private Gun Club for skeet and a HOUSE OF STUART SCOTCH ... 44.95
trap shooting paved and shrubbed roads and central'
water system. A paradise for bathers, boaters and '-. '," CHARTER OAK .... .. .. ...... ... 3495

sportsmen...'Just 6 miles fromBoca: Grande fine FifTH 3 .88w GLUEY VODKA ... .. ..... .. ..... 3495
tarpon fishing' and golf facilities. Seclusion without : 5 5J4aV
1IOIItion ...the perfect locale for your home In IFYOUBUYSELUKADUIREORREfirPHONE : 1 : : : ; 1 SEAGRAM 7 0. .. .. .. ..... 66,95a

/ Florida.Two.thirds acre residential sKes from J3500. ) MATTINGLY & MOORE .. .. 3 .*j

.-t. :.*'. ':i:_ \, '- '-' I a jaaajeg) _

3 FOR $10.50

CAP HAl! CORPORATION Mix or Match 'em l/j Stamps on The*

0 a..: P. O. BeerV + PI-W. 'IorWe

11 MNaN1 lark m UI e_ Old'HickoryIPHILA, COLBY W KESSLER P.M.
O!. NN IIIM m .NN egad ELPHIA G .
77110., _.. 0' v...... C.aINw STILLBROOK
a.a N 775 to CMo Ma.NwnM..d DLB FLIESCHMANNS GIN .
t Nhan an WNyyf a{ a.N 11Nn 8E 10 YRS. OLD MATTINGLY & MOORE KINSEY

t "a-1. Iha ..Nl.mMra.k, Reg 5.40 GUCKENHEIMER WALKERS SIN
W a.b
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pIUItSDAY MARCH 17, IAN THE GONDOLIER .- PAGE THREE


a appreciate a note or call from
Oracle YOU with YOUR news, Pleas,

J--Osprey Nice People-0-You Will Find Itf$04aL4iW4iwa ,, ) ? JI

B, BtTTT: KAIFFMAN In and Around Osprey Mrs. ,

, r o. Box S3J, Osprey, Ha Phone 6.2675I Rosin Rex, who teaches kindergarten '
h (I ,., '" plane, make lime on ) our Schedule to attend youngsters at the + ... 'J.\ t.. 11 I
,iCoiim: Fuirths week, March 18 through 21, if you Osprey Baptist Kindergarten; --- -, ,,,. _..
Sa
0 I the ,'dd\ done so The Fourth RirU and boys in Osprey I Mrs, Lucy Moulton who bakes
oll .
not .
n ass be tl1 i\O"UM" very hard. v their exhibits and have many good smelling things that make rI Ht' o:: FREEWAWAY PLAN
' have pa !crsby hungry; Bob and r L L III :
1 In 'the competition.tGo Karl Kauffman the ,
friendly
OSPREY (lURCH NEWS twee.
twrM
A ieranat a
o (;Inf I,,,', !her! fitNU.yil
piogrammmg of the
i instated i .,it the fair thU year. I I'I'M I Easter Mr, Charles W Webb the oldest .
Sun SIre Services at the

' toot( sb'""f'"I, ",make*H was' lblts a delighted preliminary on Sunday tot Osprey Jones Owens both Recreation report and Park.Reverend that Reverend the. smile Young resident Oh nurseryman! of there Osprey. are with: many Hank a COOLER CHEST r WASTEBASKET "s

f.nd 't'1(e following peoples more }
and tenrcaented: community interest in this I '
In Osp:' combined service is Featuring new ,
encouraging
,
very
d Ali: n of Alden's :: I '
Martin i The choir ii .. \ .
, practlcing 1" :
end Lanrtvapmn\ ; ufetygriPhan./ -, .r/tK
Nurses 'oerv,. w rbMer'a everv Sunday evening at Venice WhipsMooney,9l : : 1\.j.. I mo-
'rung'N, u Perfect ,'. i 1o : to!
c 5 p.m. at the First Church of dies p ,; wyiW she
r'O'
nod, Tr'DlcaGardens\ .. 3" 5 biiutiIII : ;;:J
; : L" itni in i ,
'I' NllI''er' I God. : ''
V,, lovely exhibits for picnics. cut pea 'i":
|18yer"" .
t'' JTte "('ullma'enter.t \ I Chaplain Ray Allen I who Is beaches, boating . ., .. -". _'r"1t lpI 4 :: '
for I :
\ r ', mitof Osprey (he e\anogilsl i at the Osprey \ '. '
Booth The ((1" A: me. "' building I jniptut I Church Revival howl .. etc ; .... .'. '" .. .1 PORTABLE "S/:hnaxd. *_
-
.
it Work.,of art. It de. ed films of to his the overseas school children exprriemes A barrage of extra.base 28 Qt. 1\, : ... .. : TAPE RECORDER
n on Osprey .: .
U pieta\ -un ing and the tight pitching hlIS\\ .. : ; "
I And the kindergarten: of >
actiMtiei -1
sag u sophomore Bill Brown .' I .-
1M
11 the First Baptist Church The '
That Tin, tht you see hold I, movies were made during his the 9.1.1 Venice victory Indiana over to an Cardinal 1.99 \ : : :..:: : :gmo-16.88; 104ia' high .

i )tr. t.: ', to the hands of twoanal tour of duty as chaplain m the, Mooney here Friday afternoon,
U S. Army and
I"' ren as they walk I covered var. -
, It was the seaaon I first win
0e down! medial! trip of the I lous po ts to which he was for Venice and it evened the CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID Quart Mt
luh"'n IS our assigned Pictures of the Holy slate at 1.1 L The Indians drop r "'f
24"
', Land! Japan and scenes in and BARBECUE
Thames ,
t"IB ped an 8.4 decision to Southeast
-=.- jlr tot from h:kindergarten* postmutf'r'l' very around interesting aahmifton to, D.the C. were children Sands last Conference Saturday game in a,, White -1H' -! GRILL 1 CHARCOAL: IRIQUETS 10.U. .."....1i :Ir4i I


.J dill don't strip step I la one our foot sidewalk off Mr but I A ,short personal note concerning hIts Brown and held had a Mooney shutout to going four ;, ..::; ill with Electric: Motr, GAS CAN 1 Gallon. MUtol. Self-venting 77C .;. :

on either .I lo> or you I Reverend Edward Spit and Hood! cJ' 0:4 '
Thames! until the sixth inning He ;
Owens cf the First
sill be flammed with out S3jjpH Baptist struck out 11 and walked three .,SUN.HELMET' P.lytyren..ll.htWel9ht99,I ( tfJII'
traffic Church reveals that he has, FANTASTIC VALUE! I
Gary Moser Ben Sanders I

OSPREY BAY--n-, Boater's Par, made American end lamp entered in the an Arts early and and apiece Carl for Miller the Indians got two to>> lead hits .1-PU-1: spit Chrome and tines plated, grid GOLF BALLS Par 72 12for 4.99 |MANICURE KIT]

- .Fisherman Paradise Crafts Exhibit! M' the Sarasota P'

't adae V.'e have a beautiful bay, new and County in Osprey.The Fair. .There t versatility a the homer attack over One the frf Mo left er center a was ..- -,| Cranke1evat.ing grid, Steel I TENNIS. I I IALIS: F.m.u',.N.m(; _1.49 I J 11 pieces. Leather
railroad tract
1 i CS, 41 a held fence in the sixth frame. 'v hood 997 2 49
post office build\ "VoO valve .
new
tiding a Other Venice extra base Kits :
0 !lr|, a new telephone exchange I Women'Lades! of Misiinnarv the First Society were a triple by Greg Jones I 1 GAL. PAINT All-purpose gloss white 1.99
booster station
a power company Church and doubles br Craig Thompson -
of God will
in Osprey "
of" pasture, and many land inland many I he travelling to Plant City and Jim Sikora. PAINT' \.niTi.I.II. : } : SET r 66(
acres! Line! scoreMooney :
taxed and unproductiveSarasota Tuesday, for the Plate Missionary :\ LAWN FURNITURE BOTTLE OFComplete
highly Convention. ReSam. 000 001 0-.1 4 S ,
I .
NEEDS Industry 79tListerine.
What County f Is more natural uel Betts, returned missionary Venice 411 til x--!9! 11 2 aa 8" SHAVING MIRROR Double faced 500

New Osprey Industrial from Kenya Colony, Africa, Klaus Grout (21 and Tegen # selection for adults
the I
A
than Center 'joining two cities, will be guest speaker Mrs kamp; Brown and Morgan and a and children. Color- hJ'l.J.1' 1 11IH.I:4III: ...T.I '
Sarasota\ and Venice togetherIn Florence Crawford of Stahl (5)New. -\\\ webbing and sturdy la.'_' I .... REXALLASPIRIN
I is a candidate for the NnklmlS\\ \ .2 I '
common endeavor Industrial A.5\\ ,) aluminum tubjn .
for $1 '
Leaders, look at Osprey Office "' Reg. 69c ...... .
"'---'r.-
The Men of the Church ::
and lee her possibilities to I are ; I
contribute her share to the sponsoring a program open to at'' i : NUGGETTS On....unj 29* !
economy of Sarasota County the public Thursday! night JfJCHAISE; PARA .
the First Church of God. This

The following-0-quotation Is program will feature films of II ,\ Bayer Aspirin. Reg. 49c ........3 for $1 1i
from the Osprey 4 H Round India and Mexico along with $1.39
interesting reports from these J
Osprey own community
vp wwpapcr, "Mr. Franz Foster countries. Refreshments will \i / 599i /NYLONS. Seimlest IIIt1[ .
larted another 12.week course be served at the close of the .\ / ,
Activities will .
in Art at the Osprey SchoolCafeteria program begin
Tuesday, He teach at 7:00: pm. Men. be sure to I Sonotone
n' ill media and $3 isn't muchfor bring the ladies along THINLINE eyeglass Oscillating .A 88 SPECIALS

-I_ 'to a 10 course p m. that every lasts Tuesday from Is It pcrmisKable--0- for a correspondent hearing aid can correct ( SPRINKLER ( \,I : From TRE.UR)
fr '
night. What an opportune time I to be disappointed mott hearing losses It's a LAWN 1SPRING ,
Last week some
tt learn with a new Art Studio occasionally of the Osprey Trailer Parks transistor hearing aid built FANTASTIC VALUE S'h a 1 Choose bubble bath In

k our town for inspiration wonderfully with into Sonotone slimmest, decorative polyKbagorapothe
responded .. .
Since we learned last week Waters I 1'K
Adjustable << -
mobile home fits
worn-
news concerning lightest t temples -- vX
townsfolk SEAT
tilt of our )
some :
dta't know about these class residents. and their activities en'R. men'sejeglass> fronts areas up to 1800 sq. l ::.;; l cary jar,
you'd like to know this week I've received nothing LOOK BETTER Guaranteed 1 r' a',J._ dusting
's maybe HEAR BETTER, 11I1
is important feet I powder
interest
of
item :
that Mr. Foster Is a four year I Every ,, \, I '! ------ m G
people and LIVE BETTER. ExC'liI.t/v/ at- ,,1 ) with puff
graduate of Rmgling School of \to Osprey \1, Contoured \ /J,.aovawa,
Art. He did academic work In also to surrounding areasPlea :-"{ .HII.J II for seatbelts 144 a.oa Y...\! J,
e end or call: your newsThe \ Your Choice
3 !88 I
Mchgan and commercial ill- Comfortable \.1 !! -.; _
I writer lIst hasn't time to .
] .: ..
..
nitrating in Chicago contact ev'ryon! and would I "..-... ., -==: 8S ea.
He conducted an art school I -

m hurricanes Ctptiva and Island afterward before ran the jl'i _! I :
WAYS
SAVE
the Waterfront School of Art YOU CAN 3 :
n Fort Myers, He has exhibited 10" MAKE-UP "a :r"

and sold many paintings up On Auto Insurance Tooth Paste. Reg. 69c 2 for $1 .\.. H
north This Is hm sixth year 1 I. NW; LOW RATES MIRROR Colgate Kre
*ith the Sarasota Board of 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS ,

Public Instruction- -;' 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE 4 f.., Double HOT: ) PLATE l.ke1: _en.m.l., firm." "'. ..Ji' fAuI '-:" .

Mr*. Edith La CUBe and I!.. .- 49SVal. cj
daughter Mary and my son faced. 35c. 4 for 51CP f? _
John and I were very graciously Ceramic Film 6201 127a 120. Re 9. 3-speetI heal 4 position
treated to a delicious lunch ,\ .Masluri its slint! ,r movjble swrtd1299 ,
it the Osprey School Cafeteria AGENCY base, 4.97JM Packed m polyclhrtei tut of
.Al.rm
Electric
on Monday Mrs Geneva Rear.be 116 W. Venice Avenue WESTCLOX I "Dr.ws.a .f don and her staff are to -,;
highly commended for the .f= TelephOne s 0488-aaee
tasty and nourishing, lunchesthat "1r"" J5c Nestle Bars ........................ 30 for $1 f
they consistently serve at ONIT
-
the Osprey School r MiMI 1 S; a.I. ,',reJ.l. ; .. .TT!1IIT4r., EI -
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7 U Val III ,
REXALL 1);a,

FULL YEARCOMFORT Turns. Reg. 83c ....................... 2 for $1 r :
KLENZO ..". .

R911 WITH flwrf"jlw.mlln: ," :[ / sed.l99 rJ k, a. .

MOUTHWASH

\ FEDDERS Gallon Paint ................................ $1.99 20-Pc.I Dinnerwart I ; "Set I .

r -0 d set t conSISts ol 4 each :
Deluxe Tint hKwteomtli fcSF
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I ClIps Saucers, Bieid t Bull* Plates
air e.edsiee.eI3HEATS pincer PUIrt. sI
world lorgtit itllinf ._
3/1.00 I lt.l Kilfatyixirscllir(
NOW-COOLS LATER ; Kirft DemrtBo...iP"1< **ller set ..2.99
2 $1 00

K Pole Lamps ...................... ........... $..49 I
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Attractive "/ wheels plus carrier tt n j .Round r--... \. ,. ......,
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Thin-line Design + easily from hose REFRIGERATOR | KODAK INSTAMATIC

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I Original Mfrs. Quick Infra.red ..
| With film
rwy easily
; Neva Rated. Use 'l 8.95 heat, Nodefroat. ,
.,..t.", bulbs, etc.Mt .
) IFedder oae.4iarj -/' ingmeat (598 I CHECK OUR LOW
Less Electricity \! 1
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Furnaces and DETER r.J .odor .- .-,, ;;...-:'
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32.01. :
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l Split Systems. for 11 ositions. extra comfort r ''
By FEDDERS. Air Conditioning; ; Sheet M.'of' SA pFtddtrt 2 a $1 000 I
e the beach etc 129 ,i I
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IJ main open to these nations need for the bill we tq the...
I u THE Haley Report which produce meets eompeti- traduced 1* the fact that "test'
live with our' own. I also should Import last year were nJlIfIII
By BEP. .JAMES A. HALEY:: mention that a Tariff Commission at $581 million This IlleI1ll
PEOPLE investigation is scheduled that much money i* going
Although an important section to get under way next month of the United States and
of the American economy experienceI tributlnj to the defkft DMb
based 01p..t
but fa
u 1'2' which has been hard hit by im this offers little balance of payment pe
SPEAK would say ,
port competition the producers hope for our cattle producers. was $3.6 billion last p
of beef cattle, were denied
'- relief in a Senate action a few --
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To The Editor: To The Editor hope days that ago the there House still may is some act Venice Area Church Directory

: 6r THB ASSOCIATED!: FRKSJ r HUfBEt Of Till: FLORID PIERS ASSOCIATIONf Your contest has certainly W* have been subscribers to to aid cattlemen.As .
stirred up lots of Interest. So The GONDOLIER for many this is written, more than PPPENTIT '
A.rww/, to ........... aw .....b1_ ., .u _. 4N.wa. _.... YN far NINE people, whom I don't years and have enjoyed reading a tenth of the membership of VENICE ASfiLNRLY or..GOD PAT Armim
r.w pprYl MM.N 4-.100 wddd, I..d.hr .._, ..4 .Ioa I koa.l ..... .bllohoil area A" .ehe ., reubn.uaSt !know, end Four, I do, have of the development and the Howe, !Including myself" Vnif*.Brr VteM MxirVk at Mrrtl f A rtnrhmtmr wfe r'i::. rasa WH. rim.,t <"l* a

TN. .a..nd a..l. .4 wShw swot d tlw se.p.pw r .pyrlht.d ad lOa ........... N.. called on rne to ack that I growth of Venice, Florid. Our has joined in Introducing Irgis- SrkaoU leer, Him mm.MMvlne mm.vtNircjtoxoini _Pray, 11_, ,mu. t L. OMm. -'
_!PoH- enters lip .teen ..,.1_. renew my subscription to the first visit to your fair city was, labor which, if penned, wmild r.t.dni .a.nhr....... Tien 0p .. Pm,., 8.4n., irk TW mtm<;. _.111.>.11,
piper. many years igo when there restrict imports of foreign!<< beef ".....do.. Pm_ Ywlna. ode. .. ..
f.bll.....H >wr m<*mmr .*.. n._. from II.." B. Muml, AWIMt There hive been moment were only about thirty-five and mutton-fresh, chilled and 1101'8 PORT CBAILOrncnmrns -
..... A. tmm\t. a.. MMMr At Port (\/1.. At Vmlr. *. ....td. that this has been kind of dis hundred residents.! frozen-and their products to MinoemHUICH )

turbing. I used to be fairly the averse of a five-year base ( tnleed.Aaasl, rmn PRPS.TTPRTAI
EDWARD D. BALL .. ........ . ... .. ... .... . .. Editor and Publisher certain that strangers at the There is no doubt about the period ]1951-M Inclusive. ease A..nu.Job. Uuto* ,'... -. ,. :i ...casg4D

COURTNEY WILLIS ... ........ .... ......... .. ... .. .. Executive Editor door meant fossils needing to location being "God's Country"in The legislation, which has (7onhp..! Benin! ak: .... u1 II a.ad., al we .r.. wobY
be identified Florida aa the climate, the LhNn.b tae. .: = :
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SAM DILLON .. ..... .. ..... ........ ........ Mews and Kewsphoto Editor Now the contestant and the friendly people, the type of been referred to the House sorb nihdrt. kheh Vasa .y..s owNsi. 511 .. AMIs :":'Y.Tpnerrr :

ROGER KILBY..... ....... ..... ......... .. .. Mechanical Superintendent hunters are running neck and buildings all lead to a successful Ways and Means Commute,
neck and I am Just running! end future growth of the of which our :Florida neighbor, BUTMAHVW. ttmtEIUaT CHI.) O X1tTXolIrr txtrsq
I Rep. Syd Herlong Jr., is an influential .Of"< Twlurf t Tmll IMM4Itmumr. c-'I.' ,
Were this srea. As such, have invested Cent"
a lengthy contest wa -
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES In .25 six months tlTS Tm ** AM
county, $5 per year, $3.25 per member has the A 4Ma, wtnb.
1 would post GONDOLIER in property in the of Chunk School I Iii a.m.WankOl _
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, "25 per year, $423 expiration date my on a large sign South Venice and Venice area East. backing of the Florida Cattle Sill: .... bn. l e.M .. fatal IU: :-a:..w.bnE1aOOPAL ......

I per six months, $3 per three months. in the front yird. men's Assn. and of natlonllcattlemen' LAIE81D LtTBlKAM ceKRa : uWGeM !

However, I've met lots of Some time ago, we read an and wool growers'organIzatlons. OIL teutk .. U .. alT ..... a..,
I nice people through these contacts article in The GONDOLIER: b. *.... ...**.* H. II.rj.. 4MMMWonfctp I'Mr e1,4n. ._

L'- _______ -___________ so I have no complaint pertaining to a bill calling for It has been !introduced because .tmntmm....... .,I.Udn._) *JfalKlu > cdm I": 2':'w"'btp ms.
I only hope that your eager Lot Clearing Act, chapter 63- there beavers will schedule their 1922 (%22f). filed In the Officeof for concern in the cattle indus )g. 5 0..... fM.r art'1Iar.
01' Elbie Jay Shines In The Dark calls 'and visits it an hour Secretary of State, July 10, try. and particularly in Florid CHVKCH, OF CBBIST.SCHUirUIT Tb5 .... c.: : :: C.bbewne
1963, and wh have been watchIng -
when Fm not in the down .
tub. Some. *. Cattle price are tot WIP* VMta A_. ._. 45..... ....
how, they tend to strike while for further action or requirement more than $3 s 100 pounds from val.assts 11..k.. ., we it ee..
ir ART HOPPE for nothing. Now, no sense wading that I'm Ill-prepared to see- them of the law. the price of just a year ago, west a.Ye4 Male..II II wwtlo a.. sue a.., '-a, Peru 10 ss

El, wiN (Clif.) Y.ll.y News match. While you got it lit get m* and this leaves us both at About four year ago, we and the tide of imports from '.-dl...d.ftaoml.. 1 .N....m. to 4 IP.M. less than .
somebody on the telephone to howdy slightly, our mutual had our lots in South Venice cheap-labor foreign countries Is Sags ....... mmt >>mmn ..d Fin ... W.Y: Ya+.t Pm'
Howdy there, frtsndt. How yell tonight > best.I ((15081-15662)) bulldozed and mounting steadily. Florida is trmtnim ,..... t m ..
with. How about that camel driver in Just wanted to knowthat
you bearing the brunt of this com
cleared of building
in anticipation CHURCH OF
? Welcome to "Juit Plain Folks THKupvlw $ JlA1..UltII-
your contestants ARE the of case MKTHOPIIIT; OTURCHComfr
Pakistan? Wait FIrst get ma Senator In the area when we retire petition because grades ac eoN w.4.
the rib-tickfn' tee-v** sdvnturi of the Russell down In Georgia. I want to tell working VERY hard.Margaret and believed it would allow the beef which are being imported l...ft Mite FloW.tvrwurm < f a.$ 111ft ... ., J a Stew III

reo'tln'footln'! Jay family starring of lots to settle art, to a great extent, grade *'...... liM: .... Y.- A._. .
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C.
; him how I saved another $3.42 this monthon Thomas mor directly competitive 'with SandiT School. ..$ ...>. ,HI4M,
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whet
friendliest I Venice .... ( M ""
Eibi J. the i wrangler ever Warnhlp SOTTtoft lli e
y, We have visited this location Florida beef than that produced Mruwt wr.hn 'o ...
electricity. liM
Editor' M Y. r : fJtBiklt :
( Note We : :
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t* w"ngl.) ht! way out of TIKII.At the Inconvenient regret yearly and have observedsome in some other sections of : salt tilt ..... wtle.dv.CATCOLIC n..hewlmY.a.. TIM, .
caused >m
Piar,.: I forgot Chief YouV got !Mrs. Thomas and we do yon building being done In the country. 'rf.. KUtntmr II... tiM MCALVARV
you recollect el Eli,,.. Kit prettywife appreciate the area, but not close to our that beef
The fact import
one more bill Kara.fi'e the rood humor in CHUICH or TUB: KTITJHirt:
Birdie! Bird, and their two cut tech, which you have taken It. May location. have risen from 770 million Nee BarhOT' Drto and.SmKM S* P* OFI40t vewica REFOMireD SARDIne: nn:1CI

L'il Bird and By-by Bird have moved / : Whiff it for? we make a suggestion Next About March 3, 1964. we received pounds in 1957 to 23 billion Rfc ROT M T.Ie._.kofiit Genre" .nn W. Cvmmmtm, Yq __ Dotaoo
time yon gel a can counter an order from the county pounds an increase of almost no .... hue I. --. 1e.,
into this fancy whit house back Eatt.Al ...... Y.r.ew1.4.. ('JMfaM a.uden ebn,. .:$ ...
fi.nt: /It't for $167.l "2.2J. From the with a sales pitch of yourown of Sarasota asking us to 200 per cent has led t M ..... .,*I ... lOtIO ..!.. M rta. WmnUmi 11 M ....
w* join up with ol Elbis, he and hit Telephone In behalf of your excellent clear these ]ot.. This somewhat to repeated demands for Import OMiftwoiicil SaMr4 r ads to *M .....enp .,........ 'II' ppeE
faithful sidekick, Sancho Pierre, are In Company booklet "let's f.o Find confused us as w* know of oth quotas, but the Administration ... end ti*. a. .tit .**.
Fossils On The Beach," er people who own Iota in the has resisted all such efforts IIAPII AlL'. CllUICI
the Oval Room. And it't f/oiM/ WH it out of that coffee PRE.TTUWcYUscr
VCNICX-KOKOMIK
at you can see. pay wen-written. Informative and South Venice area who have It did recently hint thatit Oy DGLRWOODa.
right dart in the mil *.vnng.! can labeled "Pin Money for Cheering Up an excellent bny) not received a request of clear would seek voluntary import Uinlrtrrt, I<..Id A. _.. fan 1fc = w. 0......

e Old Friends." ance. restrictions, but such promises tai_TIM aoaJaa.. seam. TrnlMkr ......, Yr Cue ....
and offer little ., ..... -... .... lea em.aSd..lc .
are
assurance
$
Srko.pl
vague
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tibia: Now |lust you wait, Pierre, till To The Editor: To further complicate the eenhq< Rwrhr ...... gds a.- a I/a ...
the
., match to
,. (, burnt fingers Ouch I producers, particularly
) picture, w* have received requests r.lIoItlJo ItOh 11 .... G.rda Mee
I hitch chair to this here datlu
my up Chief, do you really think conomhinq is We are taking The GONDOLIER from people In the area in view) of what I I. tow COIfGJtEGA TlO"Al..cftJl'l'nU
There now, you can light the match. worth the effort 7Elbi. and find it very Informative to buy these lots at the same happeniBg to some ether industries BVAWBUCAt AID RCPORIOBTW )
and helpful, as we ere time we received the order to In 'which voluntary restrictions SAINT MAUt EfisoofAL ovmoiTW ... La.si)*, PVB

Piers: Couldn't I turn on the lamp, / .: Pierre; ton, it seeking information about the clear the area. To us this are being used. .... D.m.Yn.. Pole o Innate rmtunam, 'tmmmsitr ....... ......Y..".'.-. -n, Ia ..
Chief? Just for I minute economy Venice area with retirement in seems rather strange. Moreover the Import situation S.,I_ "..... o..e.o __ Ooootor M U
wondrous thing Lest month, I saved $4.32on mind. BUT! I am enclosing threatens to worsen be. ",ee .... 5,4. Ow nOss .-.. _...
I felt that maybe you could ,... ... rust "....... ....... Ck: fib!*: Now | ask you son. How't it electricity. Them fine gentlemen on clippings from the paper hereof a news item for all of cause it now seems that the PrmrmrntsT ........ as Ik* .....Jt etc\ ., tm LM .
the things I miss In The prepare six-nation European common a,IH .... Aa.e Ins Saar sad lUwBtm Cn r. A4.K. .hp. >. t>4
going to b* if ton anaaky, tnoopin' reporter Capitol Hill was mighty impressed by GONDOLIER. Not that us who subscribe to the paperas market will eventually ban CIo_ .sd1k earN..Mr+p.adM.at,
our .... ..,.. r1fe. ..d N hi.. 101
StMmk
to lust what U bappeling dp w. Pore SK
(and I love them all) peers in the what a careful, frugal, trustworthy manI weekly report Is very accur In South Venice and if all lots most meat Import., so that .,.. v.w -
window end catchat I obviously am. So because I lOved $4.32 ate! Right, now we are havinga Australia, New Zealand and
ut using up expensive in the area arc receiving the SAPTIST cave u or VCMICIKlrluH TTNIC I1BU CJrUECrf ::
snowstorm of almost blirsard Ireland our principal sources
electricity( like it was going out of ..tyl.7'i."e they are now about to cut the taxes $11 same order as we have under L LAed. PwlOTHuadmr .. TmHnrf Tool
proportions there is of foreign will .
and beat try even
No. 577. ....... tm tm.Wetolit TN Rm. a r M.iM. Pile
billion Inn that wondrous And now you now three inches of the whit complaint harder for more of the American SwrMpJt II'i e/ e.Tni.snr .. bed* Sr>i< ale .m-m
Well I it wouldn'thelp .. ....... ...
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suppose stuff u_ lit* .. false Mn kr hue.
male tore our reporter friends gt a on the ground (no mention Your article pertaining to market.I Shane -..rt.. t.u >rm.Pr ,..... .a a.w kW. iM sa.wessw .
your image of economy and frugality copy of that there bill. of It in the weather re the growth of business on the think It (is important to "........ ._ M Un... tlM >.!.. 11'''''''''.
port), trail was very Interesting, and not that this is not a move to a.r.Yc testa as
fib!. That what I tallin'
;
: Right. lap I riMT CIRISTIAM; CMVICHCbdrla
Pier,.: Th. telephone !bill? am enclosing a stamped we believe It will develop very shut off American markets to ( W Cants COUTH VUTICB BAPTIST CBATU
Birdie! Bird, when she" gets fancy and self-addressed envelope and I rapidly in the area. However, foreign producers, because. under 11..1.| Town EM VnlM AmMP tun* DP. ...,...... b.esla
would like very much a de. do not want to be requiredto tor Tk. *OT. 0. M. hayeadt ROT. Aftkw N.. Par
wants to eat candlelight. f16!. The we the formula provided in the
by !bill
: electricity
you cotton- tailed explanation of ......|. I,If mm.vmlii h."". add. eta ....
tax
head) Sometimes I your do something on our lots if bill, a generous share of the __ *. 11 a... ........ tl ,,_.... u... ....
Pierre: What't wrong with eating by ton, don't think you setup In Sarasota County, We all others In the area remain
candlelight? know t thing about economy in govern here in Indiana are taxed to undeveloped or cleared, and
the hilt Floe
ment. we thought know just how many such
flblt: Wliat't wrong with sating in ida was one place where you orders have been issued by the
the dark? Economy Now could escape SOME of it! county Myakka Avenue is 1 Just
ton,
economy CAN ELBIE Keep Up Hit Lonely Bat. May I say that I so enjoyedthe one block long and thereforeyou BUY THAT NEW HOME
light rh match and hand
m* that there column about the machine."Mararet' see why I asking
tie to Save Money? No Matter What th can am
bill I got to sign. Whit't it for? Monster for information as to the
Cost Tune in next time, folks./ And mwn- growth of this area.

Pierre (lighting match): Ut't t**. Oh, while, at you go down the byways of Mrs T. H. E.
South Bend. Ind Again, any information you
It't that $50 billion defense appropria I life remember what Elbic'i ol' granddaddy (Editor's Note The Venice can give to this matter for the

tion. used to say: 'T.k. care of thepennies Area Chamber of Commerce out of town owner of South

Clklt: Fin. TiWr*. They don't call m* loud enough and the dollar 'II Is la process of printing a Venice property will be greatly .
new edition of Its Visitors I pprecla ted.
the fastest ball point west of the toot take "
care of you. Guide which Includes the tax:
Info. It mill be mailed as Ed. C. Powers NOW7q

soon as It Is off the press in 384 Enfleld Road

II OFF STAGEBy tin. or three weeks.) Dayton, Ohio

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RICHARD LEWIS along with a great 'many other paopl

Requirement number. two hat been mat,

Why is the Venice Little Theatre in the population problem The problem of arsrnt #laThe 1crSnt1

use for only about eight/ months out of first magnitude it the temperature inside

the year? Why isn't (It in use y..rrouncl7Why the VLT during the summer months, which .

iin't it utilized by a group of poo- must be solved before any thought can !1.n.; ::: REV E. ROBERT CHABLE Ph.D.

pie encouraging young people' effortsIn I b* given to anything ,I... The VLT hat Minister Venice United Church of ChristY

the theatre a student theatre group, had and I Is having one of a satins of very

to to speak:? Or why not at a plea for successful seasons, where attendance hat +,a 1bTri

VLT actors to aiprimnt with plays and been gratifyingly high., Membership hat + +-.w._

dramatic scUctioni which are of qua- alto been very good for th* last few
W art approach the Um preacher Hi never wrote
t
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tienabl bon--offic appeal, but certainly yart. The point of this ts thet the VLT when we commemorate in our book. H* never held an of. !' .-

help M amateur actor to grow in hit it a solvent organization, operating In the churches the most significant fice. H* never owned a home. ::- .

ability to interpret dramatic roles Or black. Much of this profit hat already event which have scoured in H* never had a family. He --.'""'-..
week of all human history went to college. H*
any never
why not as a summer workshop, seething been plowed beck Into the theatre. in never put hit foot inside a
interested Venetian about set design, the form of a attractive Next Sunday we recall the
very foyer, en r hill entry of Jesus into big city. He never traveled
makeup directing, costumes, lighting, ;improved ceiling, better dressing-room Jerus: 'j lem, lIS p lm branches 200 mile* from the place

acting, and the countless! other things facilities I+c. We suggest the next project were strewn In the way before where he was born He' never.
did one of the things that usually
I which eve necessary to a vital alive, playgroup b* torn form of cooling tystem. While Him.the We Jewish reciU authorities the trial, the before accompany greatness tIIPIC hd'/ll$ /lm dour/

? Or parhapt even at a place to far from expert in this area, we will be appearance before Pontius Pilate He has no credentials but p1.you'll .

f hold rehearsals! for a summer production to brash at to suggest that the boardof and that communion sup himself. ,
"While he was still a
similar to tile"wint. shows" director look Into the possibilities of per on Thursday In observe all upper the man, the tide of public young opinion
Friday w*
Why not? The greatest reason i it that cooling systems ouch at overhead fens darkest room. day In the history of turned against him. HIS

during the summer that refurnished quonset (of the type popular i in hotel |lobbies of man and the final and glorious friends ran away H* went like the many
the mockery of
through a
hut which h called the Venice Little a few years past), air cooling systems, denouement to these event on trial. He was nailed to a

Theatre most closely resemble your and most idaaly, but also most expansive, Indeed Easter such Sunday.a series Was there of days ever of cross between two thieves. advantages of

kitchen oven, set on a temperature of air conditioning. It might be a few years such transcendent Importance While h* was dying, hit executioners a

bout 125 degrees To say that it it hot before w* would have the fob don, but a* these anniversaries in which of gambled for he had the
only property
In there would make one guilty ef' un. "tit a consummation devoutly to be wishad we these now day participate are unique? No In, the for on earth piece, and that wan hiecoat. First Federal Home Loan.

derstatement. Another reason it that in ," and would enable the the.t,.'. use experience of the human race. When he wa dead tie
laid in borrowed
the past, the majority of VLT members year ,round which would In turn improvethe It may well b*. then that was grave, through the a pity of a

hare migrated back to their northern overall quality of en already dynamic during Holy Week we should friend. VENICE OFFICE
words of
nesting places, at hat a great portion of organization Left work for it.Don't recall the inspired nineteenth "Nineteen centuries wide
Baron Von Huf el, a 601 South
have and and Tamlami) Trail
come gone, today
the rest of Vaniea't population to that forget: century German philosopherand
h* Is the central figure
there have been few peopl here In Yen. Auditions for 1964 season/ of the Awls theologian, who gave u* a of the human race and the

ice,. and even fewer among those interested Theatre Comedy Festival to be held In proper perspective of the for our own leader of the column of
paramount
assessment pro< am
FIRSTSAVINGS
In dram. the Asolo Theatre
on Sunday afternoon Importance of this time In
mark when I say that all the
Ufl tale sacord things first. W* be- March 22, at 2 o'clock. Christian history H* wrote: armies that ever marched,

lienh..'"day* eT'II'" migration/ are The Southeastern Theatre Conferenceat "Her Is a young man who and all the navies that ever

Lilt the first whenw the of South Florid wee born 'ba an obscure vil- sailed, and all the parliaments AND LOAN
OfM. summer wee one University on the child of pe..ant' ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA
?age, a that aver sat, and all
hay net bearT" 'on the campus of F.s.U. -March I 19, 20, 21. Some 300 director, woman. H* grew up in another the king that ever reigned,

t pursuing. the Muses 1.oil the Phi Mu', acton, and critics will be on "hand. village. H* worked in put together, have not ..ffeet..d MAIN OFFICE 200 South Pineapple

I Chi O's, or any ether coed our wife "Jenny Ki.led'III" April S-t at thirty carpenter, and shop then until for ha three was earth. the as life has of man that upon one toll-this OTHER OFFICES South Get and St. Armnd

a would let w). Briefly, w* were In Venice, the St. Petvaburg little Theatre years ha was u itinerant tarT life" ,..._'



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'About Lawns -Bill- Stuart Turn-out Scant For Meet


gy JACK KORAN with the Florida Agricultural Says Thanks I
Just as baseball player use Experiment Stations, the north-
warm sprln rnoMla to get ern edge of the citrus belt will Siraaota County Tax Assestor -
Ihsmaelvee has back in shape, now turn pink with peach blossoms William N. Stuart, one of 'School FriendS'
good time to put your lawn early this year, a sight which the few Sarasota County of. To Form ": I
condition, says may well become
bdtVtlP-toP common In flea holders to escape oppoil.
a C. Horn, associate turf future years. tlon for re-election, expressed
n
Wlst with the Florida Sharpe explains that his appreciation today, A mere handful of people, Including group in the Sarasota Junior ministrators had been contacted
Experiment Sta- the se only one or two from High School auditorium in the Interest of maintaining lo.
jjricultural vere freezes of recent winters "I wish to thank the peopleof
have forced many ?40DAVE'S Sarasota County for their South County besides a GONDOLIER Stories about the proposed effective communicationsand .
k0r.B tint recommend era to seek a substitute grove to own.help expression of confidence in reporter and school organization of a group to be was told they had been. ':
,h.f grass killed by frost. defiir economic losses if a r me," Stuart aald. "I feel that board member Ronald Britton, called "Friends of the School" Definite Need ::
or diseases the fact that turned out for Monday night's in The GONDO-
roubt" )inaect freeze ruins a season's I have no opposition were carried
sir be removed and replae2C crop Is an endorsement of my i organizational meeting of the LIER and other newspapers of Edwin Cummer, Sarssottattorney
: least .Prl edCYdvantage Some believe that conduct of that office during Friends of the School In Sara the county. and lifelong resident;
of I.that citrU'1 first term. It Is sots. of Sarasota County, aired his-;
Inishape are the logical my quite Banzhaf said such an organi! definite
the >awB U beck Whence The Chicken I DIATRIBEBy gratifying to know that my The meeting was devoted nation was recommended by need"opinion for that such a an"very organization:;; t.
policies In the Assessor' of.
We've all of 19M. He
Goodlad
jrnrnedi.tely. puzzled largely to an explanation of the Report '
I existed in the county "Any
March 11 'an excellent time riddle of which came first I DITFT LEWIS floe_ have_the general approval the alms and goals of the proposed further stated that the Anderson meeting of citizens for a worthwhile ';
which ii cutting the chicken of the public. of 1983 complainedthat
vertical or the but of school Report
organization
,to tlcally Into the grasi. Vertintdnl have you ever wondered egg where Good trip It was from Monday to Friday on the Anna "C," "In my second term in office "friends" by the temporary the recommendation was cause can"serve a very
will thin the grass endremove the chicken originated home port Genoa, Italy, but presently a cruise hip from Port I It will be my earnest desire ('halrmalPerker Banzhaf of not being implemented. definite minor purpose. he developed'over declared.:
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the thatch. Several According to Dr. Henry WI!. Everglades: Florid. And It was worth the long trip across state to continue providing completely Sarasota, one of the 10 original Objectives Told whether the organizationshould :
Of verlicutting machine son, poultry Just to KB our fine deep water port at Fort Lauderdale. we had unbiased service ando
geneticist with organizers. Banzhaf cited that the main delve in the area of poi:
SVailable at your local gar- : the Florida Agricultural I been to Everglades on our own West Coast and wondered why : further Improve all operations
;,' supply store I IHowev.r Stations Experiment We had never seen any big ships there, unless they had madea and techniques of the office. Only about SO persons, nearly objective of the organizationshould litics by endorsing_ candidates-;
chickenswere
dIn Dr. Horn warns I In the past I have endeavored all from the Sarasota area, attended be an interest in the far the school board. At this
)( to verticut St. known to man almost' aeep port since our visit. the table All we had to do was to create public interest the first meeting of the broad aspects of better education point, Allen Ozell, one of the
not 8,000 So for
i years ago. The earliest others, as in doubt as point and overeat.As in county government by for Sarasota County and to organizers, said he felt the
Justine grass lawn moreuhan record of the chicken date we were, Port Everglades Ii someone said, the antl- appearing before various 1 aid and abet the school .,.. main Issue was being sidestep
three inches thick in i back to about 3,000 B.C. in not at Everglades, Florida but Charlotte at various time dur- "*
,
pasta was a meal in itself before neighborhood end civic groups, tem. "We have no axes to ped. "We have one main goal
Hatch because serious. d.m'l China. at Fort Lauderdale, across the the meal started. Here'show giving Illustrated\ talks. I alsoprepared leg the Homestead Exemption grind,*' declared the temporary he declared, "and that is simply .
the turf may The first domesticated Everglades in between. Confusing period from January 1st to
age t 10 chickens it looked on the menu; several types of brochures chairman. better education for our
Verticutting opens up are believed to have isn't It? April 1st of each year. These
Caspian Sea Malotsol Caviar, providing detailed In. Committees will be formed, children.
turf and allows the sun to sprung from one or more of Port Everglades is a seafaring Blinis or Toast Supreme of formation on the tax structure branch offices have enabled according to Banzhaf to study Next meeting of the organization -
for
file Homestead
,'arm the activity soil, which and causes stlmuiiM 'I the Asia four wild species found in man's dream of a deep, Fresh Tropical Fruit Stuffed : of the county .explaining{ taxpayers Exemption to and to file specific complaints and make at a date and time to be
root safe harbor. It's protected Eggs Ravigote Fillets of benefits available to the pub returns without recommendations.The announced will feature a panel
t filter t greert-UP of grasi. AI But thev: were probably not from the often unfriendly Atlantic necessary chairman said it was
ii i Herring Onion Rings I lic, such is Homestead Ex-: trip to the Courthouse discussion on the Anderson Re.
making a
drawback to the operation kept for the meat and eggs we and has dock space for Chopped Chicken Liver-Pick. emotion! and ethers" in Sarasota" hoped to have "fairly regular" port. _
that vertlcultlng expose weed raise them for today. Most Important freighters, tankers, liners and led Cucumbers Valtellina Stuart also said that among meetings, with a second meetIng Among those on hand for the
INlIo favorable conditions forjermination says Wilson, chickenswere Naval vessels. In the creek Mushrooms-Parma Raw Ham the accomplishments of his "Since taking office In for election of Officers and meeting were several other
which could develop used In the sport of cockfighting marina at Pier 68 there were Celery with Rouquefort first term as Tax Assessor uary, 1961" Stuart J.n-I directors in about two weeks. school board members besides
into a serious weed prob! which was primarily tied up a few million dollarsin Artichokes "Riviera." were the upgrading of all services ed, "the Real Estate tax Dues were set. at 60 cents a Britton and members of the
lem. orI I responsible] for the bird's domestication yachts. Next cam a choice of three of the office; installationof ,consisting of about 70000 parcels year "a small amount," said county school administrativestaff.
Aftr vertlcutung, sweep and subsequent Our travelling companionswere soups, one chicken soup having modern data: processing hIS risen from $322,000- Banthaf, "if we are able In Including Dr. Russell
nee the loose thatch and clipping world-wide distribution. oldtlme friends Tin and the gourmet title Of Extralt equipment, and greater emphasis 000 to $402,000,000, an increase any way to help the schools of Wiley and Dr. William Sort.
from the lawn. The grass Chicken arrived In Europe Jasper (Jasalffer) Brown of de Poulet Chaud au Fine on training of personnel. of about 21 per cent. In that Sarasota County."
should be mowed closer than before the Roman Invasions 112 Park Boulevard, Venice. Champagne Then Lobster According to Stuart, the use lime period, the Intangibletax During a question and answer ANNAPOLIS( ) -
usual especially when the They were carried to America More accurately we were their American Style, Hiaw of data processing equipment roll, consisting mainly of period, Banzhaf was chal "Roger Staubach's best game
leaves have been killed by from the Old World when fellow travellers for we crossed Rice Pheasant with Johnny has made possible the hand- stocks and bonds, has increased lenged by Mrs Homer Causey was against Michigan," says
Iroit. In areas of the state the colonists migrated! to the state In their station Walker Roast Prime Ribs of ling of an ever-increasing work from $524,500,000 to about to identify the "secret" organizers Navy publicist Budd Thalman.
*here the grass remained Ja met own in 1609 and Ply- wagon, needing much room for Beef, English Style ,- Grilled load without a proportionate $790,000,000, in 1963, or a of the proposed new "He made a most dramatic
green through the winter, now mouth Pork in 1620. the many unnecessary things Filets Mignon, Roberts sauce Increase in expense or the growth of about 80 per cent. group. The chairman then had escape that day. The play began
it regular height. Sodaleas Cooking you take with you as well as Du Barry Cauliflowers and number of personnel."I 1 feel that these figures are a the original frrouo of 10 stand on the Michigan 49-yard
Now is a good time to fertilize Don'destroy the vitamin C for the most essential straw three other vegetables. also have expanded the good indication of the growth and be introduced. line and Rogers was It yards
says Horn, whether your In your fresh vegetables by hats and baskets that always Not to forget your choice of services! of the Tax Assessor's of Sarasota County and also Furman (Stud) Arthur, administrative back of the line of scrimmagewhen
yard has been verticut or not. Cooking with soda, warn home come home with you. And we the most appetizing looking office," Stuart said, "by operating point up the Increasing responsibilities assistant at New two ticklers hit him.
B the lawn has been vertlcut, demonstration specialists with went a day ahead of sailing COLD BUFFET on a long branch office In Venice of the Tax Assessor'soffice" College, asked whether school Going down, he passed and the
fertilize right away. A com the Florida Agricultural Extension time to make sure we could table, with items such as Ox I I Englewood and North Port board members and school ad play gained one yard"
plete fertilizer, or one that con- Service. find the right dock in a strange Tongue "Bouquetiere" -
tams nitrogen, phosphorous and To serve tasty vegetables port. It was Pier 4. Phesant en vollere Truffled
potassium is needed. A 11.1 without losing the valuable nu Arriving at the Port on aSunday Capon Galatme and so on II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllilhllllllllll11111111111111' i i 11111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllillllllll i,i il I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllUl UlltIlIlUIDI I
such 8-8-4 trients cook them
mixture as as quickly
ratio afternoon, we had timeto through six more eye-tilling,
1-8-1 or 10-10-10 Is recommended as possible In as little water look around. While enquiring stomach-etuffing cold snacks.
for turf this time of the as needed to keep from for the berth of the Anna Followed by Caesar's Salad I SAVE MONEY NOW! I
fear. scorching the pan. Pressure "C" we happened to see a Basket of "Friandlses" (whichwe .
Fertilizer at the rate of 20 cooking or steaming are other Navy Destroyer with a "Wel can't find in our Italian dic- _= = .
pounds" of 6-6-8, 15 pounds of recommended methods for come Aboard to Visitors" signon tionary), on to the "most gorge I
I 141, or 12 pounds of 1.IO-l0 cooking vegetables.The i the gang plank.' Naturally one yet palatable cakes you
ft 1000 square feet of lawn. specialists sufg\ 'rt that we went. A sailor escorted ui ever met, == Give SUBSCRIPTION
A huh! analysis fertilizer as 10- you cook potatoes and root vegetables I to ex-lain the armament and At MMe we don't eat cakes! a 3g
1 1WO use better buy, but It may in their skin, and keep I quarters The name of the! ship not being! a fan for the ready- a
tarn the turf upnn application. other vegetables In large pieces I is USS Howard D. Craw (DE- mix texture and flavor. But a
Ptlletiied fertilizers reduce while cooking to retain their : 252)), a Naval Reserve Training little piece of one of these
the chance! of burning. natural vitamins and minerals. ship from Galveston, Texas chef's concoctions was irresist FOR YOUR OWN COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER
Never apply fertilizer to a Slice our son Terry is now ible. Also all of those hard rolls 53_
!lira when! dew is on the grass serving on a Destroyer in the I and buns were home-made )in I
II after you hvae watered. Pacific, the USS Higbee, his the chef's flouting kitchen.
However, you should soak the McPherronRuleIn mother was glad to be able to That isn'tall, but if not enough
!Oil Immediately after fertill- have this chance to Inspect' there were ice creams, Alaska =
noon to wash the fertilizer one, though a much older mod. Surprise, Fresh and Dried '
down into the root zone. el of course. It was a very''' Fruit, American (not Latin) -
Since there are plenty of effective LVWGA FinalsThe friendly reception aboard. One Coffee, and at the Captain's = 5I
herbicides on the mark. of the Interesting things was a dinner, Italian Sparkling Wine E
et today, there is no reason Davy Jones dummy of a sailor Cinzano Dry (on the Captain). is
for hiring I weedy lawn. Conditions finals In the 19R4 Lake in uniform used in life saving To make the dining even
are favorable now for Venice Women1 Golf Assn. exercises The model had been more delightful, each day's I I :
ridding your lawn of weeds are being played this week, rescued so many times that he ,I cardboard menu had on front
with herbicides Use the rates was well "beat up." leaf a colored reproduction of THURSDAYS
with the Brohard Trophy going PUBLISHED ON MONDAYS AND j|
recommended by the manufac to the winner. Monday we sailed for the Bahamas : some famous painting of a
beer Playing in the championship But first you have to European scene, chiefly Italyof
-- de- park your car, get your baggage course.
flight are Irene McPherron,
And New Peaches fending champion, and Char. out and stand' in line for Now we've used up most of i REDUCED)
Even though Georgia is wIde. lene Rule. Eleanor Gelgley and the check on tickets and Identification our travelogue talking only of YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS
I V known as the "peach state," Regina Buford are playing for Here It was a better food. You wonder why, and so ,
iti citrus state neighbor may the consolation flight title. system than in Miami At Pier do we, except that food is the
:Jon be vying for Georgia's Winner of the first flight was 4 you ran your car into a big commonplace thing most under
claim. while the dockside warehouse where discussion, other than weather.
Leila Hermansen
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(to the past few years, Flor- consolation first flight was won porters take your bags and a And good food is far from commonplace I DURING THE SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST
Ida! has boldly entered thepur.bVOWIn by Hazel Sebastian. jockey takes your car to park, In fact it Is of such
field. According Twenty-three members have at a lesser rate per day than !great: Importance as to rate a
to Ralph Sharpe horticulturist participated in the tournament. Miami. Once aboard you look Gourmets' Club right at home
down from the boat deck to here In our own Venice USA.
such a mass of luggage assem. It Is in fact so newsworthy that I ENTER THE CONTEST OR ENTER YOUR I II
bled as only we four-day tourists we see the dish of the club l lr
would think to bring. meeting, with picture of the r
Jerry Cellura Although this was an Italian Chef du Jour, appearing in our .x
ship (most of us know why so easentlal-to-every-home GONDOLIER

a HAND MADE few ships sail under a U. S. I SUBSCRIPTION NOW!
flag) we expected the stewardsto And 10, If there Is any call
speak English. Not so. Some for it, we will continue our zee
ARCH SUPPORTSJerry's had a bit, rams not a little bit. Nassau Revisited with a land
We found a cabin steward with tour, skipping all food except = 1eopttt
whom we could speak French a bite of native dishes sampledIn Then you can east the 500 FREE VOTES out of your

easily. No help he wasn't our the Straw Market. We did
-
SHOE COMFORT SHOP of the to own credit or. to the J|
cabin steward. But we got along see a side of Nassau hitherto paper your .
fine In spite of the language unknown to us, and to most of = :
Specfoftir1/ ,In Aid Sepporfsced Or/AopeoVc Shoes barrier. Our dining stew you, probably, who've visited I credit of a friend who may enter. j|

251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE ards couldn't make out whatwe there. ,= =

Store! Hours: 10 sue to 4 p.m. Ph. 488-3450 ordered 10 they brought =

passed platters It of to us everything up and down and MackUrankarTie = IF YOU ARE NOT A SUBSCRIBER YOU =

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In Womens' I CAN SUBSCRIBE NOW IjE

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ATTENTION Golf TourneyBarbara = E=


LEGAL RESIDENTS Mack and Jerry THE GONDOLIERP.
AND
Urankar tied for first place in CLIP P. O. Box 746

the 18-hole division, Class A Venice, Florida ==
Have filed HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION, WIDOW'S EXEMPTION play In the blind bogey tournament a
yon your
the
held yesterday by
Lake Venice Womens' Golf MAIL Gentlemen I want to file. advantage ef your SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION =
or DISABILITY EXEMPTION? Assn. at Lake Venice Golf Club
:= OFFER to SAVE MONEY
of 73.
with scores
in Class B was Leila
Tops
Haw you mad a Return on your TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE PER- Hermansen with a 72. I I will give my subscription to some contestant in your $4,500 Canteit 'I

In 9-hoIe play, Class A YOUR below
for the amount chocked ;
Me-
SONAL PROPERTY? laurels went to Sewell r
Keough with a 40. Betty Win-
sett took Class B honors witha 0 $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 100,000 VOTES =

April 1st t. the deadline for filing these Exemptions and making these in 38 Class and C Barbara with a Hackett 38. won ORDER Q $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 40,000 VOTES _=

Regina Buford shot an SB to
Returns. The Auessor'i office will be glad to assist you in filing your take low gross honors members for the 0 $ 5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 10,000 VOTES ::
day. Thirty-four par

Returni. ticipated. TODAY MY NAME IS ,
Next week's event will be a
"throw out" tourney.Get E MY P.O. ADDRESS IS .

N. StuartTAX -- MY HOME IS ON ===
William your name on The GON (Name .f Read. Street and Hew Ho.) x
DOLIER'S mailing list subscribe _
NOW = CREDIT VOTES TO i

ASSESSOR More than three out of four .
Americans or 77 per cent of '
Sarasota County the civilian population now mim, 1IIIIIIIlIllIlIllIllIlIlIlIIIllIlIllIlIIlIh"wwtAitlllllIl1 1ll1U1l1illl1l1lUUIUl11lUlUl.IIIIIIIIIIIII..slllllllllllll l111I UIIIIIIUlUIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIOInR6lSDAY ', t t
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THE GONDOLIER' -
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. SUBSCRIPTION CONTESTp Friday, March 20, to become through to the finish.
active. The ones who do not New entrants can accomplishas
(Continued from Pas 1) contest was arranged so that have votes to report for them much or more in a short
those already entered as con I the $500 Bond or its coat must selves or have something re- time than most of those now
testants and a new entrant Is go to some entrant residing ported for them will be drop- entered. All that is necessaryis
Just a matter of spending a outside the city limits of Venice ped from the list of contestants to secure 8 few subscriptions
little more time gathering subscriptions So few of the entrants residing and their votes will be and votes from your friends
and 500 Free Vote in communities outsideof cancelled according to the contest and neighbors.
Coupons out of copies of The Venice that an appeal still rules When you give your subscription -
GONDOLIER. Is being made for active participants Most Votes Now in the contest :you
A new $248250 Ford car or Present entrants or new entrants help yourself You also help
Its cost in cash, a $500 cash Only a few of the men and can get the most vote and encourage: the campaign
p prize, a $500 U S, Savings women who entered the contest credit this week on $30 clubsof ers. You make it possible for
Bond or its cost, a $259.95 started campaigning Several subscriptions A club is them to see more people and
Frigidaire mobile dish washer, of those who did start may composed of any combinationof build subscriptions into $30 ea
a $209.95 G. E. air conditionerand not have it within them to bat. $500, $1000 or $1400 subscription clubs.
an estimated $750 in cash tie it out until the finish I payments amountingto When you say "come back,
bonuses and commissions can A list of 42 contest entrantswas $30 worth Subscriptionsmailed see me next week" or put
be won by real, live-wire par. made known last week, out of the state of contstants off with any other
ticlpants during the next six but only 33 of them had addedto Florida cost $\\.00 extra per reason, you make it hard for s tY ,
weeks. the 5,000 votes given for year. All money credited to a '
To get active entrants out- entering. contestants count on $30 clubs them to make progress. t
aide of the city of Venice, the All entrants have until 9 p.m I H[ more than a club is reported With your support, any en- w y jw k f
at one time, the balance is trant can win Without it, winning i
carried forward. Each club is impossible 1
credited to contestants by 9
What you do and what you +
p m. Friday, March 20, yields
100,000 extra votes on the Op say about :your subscription s a
-
portunity Club Coupons can be a big factor in encouraging NEWEST MEMBERS OF THE National Junior Honor Societyat era and Phyllis: Free. They were Inducted Friday in
rII Entrants who want to win the people who have entered Venice Junior High School are, from left, Latrelle Griffin, lea conducted by officers of the organization. -I
will make a special effort to Lana Som- (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob
as contestants I Breeden, Morton Chiles, Maureen Costigan, Becky )
get as many $30 clubs of sub
scriptions as possible and turn
them in by closing hour Fri- I FOX BECKER ENTER COUNTY RACES I

dar Hazel D Shop /Is UniqueThe
Contestants who make an (Continued from pate 1) Becker served In the offict
effort to build subscriptions in-' ployed as purchasing agent he now seeks when he wa,
to $30 clubs will get more vote Hazel D shop on Nokomis with Tropicana Products, Inc., appointed to the post by Gov,
credit than all of their competitors Avenue, though another of Bradenton and has represented Farris Bryant upon the deaf
who are satisfied with dress shop and another sign of i the firm In Washington, of incumbent Robert Thom='
one or two subscriptions to the community growth, is in Oregon and California on a son. He was defeated for t ty
6
i iIn
/ make a report. truth quite different from any .twl, special experimental assignment office by Raymond in 1 191*
There are no entrants In this other shop The difference in Becker also ran unsuccessfully:
contest with a start that could part, can be directly attributed e He Is married and has one for the Venice City Council
to its Hazel Dand- +,y a i ia ix
owner,
not be overcome by anyone I son, Wayne, senior at Venice that same year
who would make Up his mindto ridge, who is one of seven High School. The family livesat Becker came to Venice from
1 win and let nothing keep daughters, all of whom are professional 198 W S, Highway Drive, Memphis, Tenn., In 1956, and
I him from making a deter- dressmakers from NPC Is in the home repair business
mined effort. Southampton, N. Y. Robert K (Bob) Becker, also I He is a past president of the
Florida. It is apparent from the reports Hazel is well known throughout a Democrat, jumped Into Venice Elementary School I
being made that severalof the Venice area, having the race for District :2 I ,Justice PTA, Is member of American
the entrants in the contest had her own dressmaking and of the peace. The post presently Legion Post 159 and is on thl
after bowling beer is naturalAfter think that they can't win. alteration business for the past is held by Republican K S post' color guard He also :11
a Contest entrants who think 20 years with its workroomsin (Bill) Raymond, who announced institutional representative 01(
that they are defeated before her home on Riveria Street. for re-election several days the Boy Scouts of America at

you've bowled game or two,or when you're winding up getting a good start can't hope I And so it seems only natural ago St. Mark's Episcopal Churcb.GREEN'S ,
the evening at the neighborhood bowling center,it'I good to relax to make oroeress I that a woman of her experience
with friends and compare scores. What better way to add to the The most alert, most ambit would open her own r
sport and the sociableness than with a refreshing glass of beer? ious men and women in the dress shop FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
However take fun beer contest today will realize that "We're so pleased with the
you jour always makes t welcome
addition to the the majority of their competitors wonderful response that we've &Wt'1
party will find all\ kinds of rea- gotten from old and new cus- _: Member Chamber of Commerce
a Your familiar glass of beer a also! I pleasurable reminder that sons and excuses for not being tomers alike," she reported
*'*live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy able to make any progress "But what I'm most excited DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE

beer and ale, if we so desire, is just one, but an important one, of Then they will start out to be about right now are my plans Heating and Air Conditioning
d Hazel assisted in
sportswear coordinates, sizes, is ably
those personal freedoms. one of the leaders when the to do hand-detailed designs on
standings are published again imported and fine materials. I. es for all ocassions as res8-1 the sales department by Mary Heating & Air Conditioning Installations
In Florida .beer next week accessories and jewelry, Reiter, well known for her Gas Water Heaters
.. goes with fun, with relaxation I'm also planning on adding Ranges
In sizes for teens the
work throughout
Just because a few have an extensive line of women's range area as
tMTED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INCF started in the race does not evening cloths." es, women's and of course half I representative of the Welcome Free Estimates -
0.MX 171 WINTtll ttM. FLOKIDA mean that they will fight it I Wagon before Joining that staff No Job Too Big or Too Small
The shop is equipped with a of the Hazel D Shop 263 So Trail, Venice Ph 4882271
complete workroom in the rear I
where, aided by Mrs. Ida Sale. No-Vel Post

24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICE her man, Hazel own designs saleable and dresses makes

Right now we're concentrating -
( r on half sizes," she added. Fill\ Celebrate
:; In
ill We specialize
I' "We keep our ears open for

v. I ---- all makes of Ideas and requests and from A
serving
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-- sEkYt.E this I design and make the
S.lU' Legion BirthdayNoVel
.J.I r \M.1't iatWATER\ AMAIVStS\ \ w 4. water conditioners, most marketable model.."

: BRVnEa ., '" Where Hazel excels is In her
:" ,'" Post 159 will celebrate
WE
../. .G\lLJ\ "S\\\\ tremendous: for knowledge"the hard of to alterations fit- the forty-fifth anniversary ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
of the American Legion
::tees I SELL ral. with a dinner party Saturdayat
"This is something that I 8:30: p.m. at the Legion Hall
.tro \' AND know: inside and out," she ex- Legionnaires and their wives AS your best bargain *
ploined. "I've worked with and auxiliary members and j
RENT every type of figure imaginable their husbands are Invited.
cases where I've really]] Guests are expected to total ,
had to remake dress to fita
a
120 with out-of-town
1 THE BEST difficult figure." State Cmdr and Mrs guests Jack look inside
This alteration
customer Adams of Green Acres, Area
service is a very vital part of
Cmdr Jimmy Roberts of Fort
GULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING INC. Hazel's business and know-
Pierce and District Cmdr and
how. It is none the less only
Mrs Franklyn Wilson of Port
628 E. VENICE AVE., VENICE PH. 488.6241488.2465 one phase since her attractiveline Charlotte present
of ready-to-wear includes, Cmdr Adams will deliver a and

short address. Bob Sanborn, see why

rv post commander, will preside.
Dinner committee members

are Kermit Wise, Ralph Breeden -
THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF 64 and Mel Rebber


Arthur Jones Is o


VFW\ Group HeadThe Pl"t

honor degree of Veterans
of Foreign Wars, Pup Ten
14 of Sarasota, Sunday elected
Venetian Arthur M. Jones to
the top office, seam squirrel.
The organization Is called
Military Order of Cooties
Past Grand Commander,
Louis Mundel, Installed the officer

n 11 *. Horace Potter of Casey
Key was elected to two positions -
Other officers, from
Port Charlotte, Fort Myers' ,
Osprey and Sarasota are Ed
Howie these. ward Eckert, Herman Rosenthal -
Albert Ettinger, Patrick
Reed, Jack Lewis, Wade Kop-
lin, Marlon Dupree and Lum
Dalton r
The group meets monthly at

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Mr.. John Artman, president, 2 Even Temperatures automatically mainwith simplified control setting.
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,gottinas Edit GATMOB** J Venice Grange Does Again I I



stereo W 4M4N

J Club Wins 1st 1 I

That ; Va today through Sunday pAIWt
with the will then go to Southern Again At FairTwo ocol y ,
at the University! where Pro- ro
was Myers will serve as dis is a lucky number for t
visiting professor 01 Venice-Nokomis Grange, a
last education for the spring) two-year old club which has 44/.
is Mrs Since becoming Pro- won two firsts for its only two
Jr and Emeritus of Higher exhibits at Sarasota County
ed by at New York Uni Fair
Smyth in 1960, Professor and Booth chairmen Mr and
.Jrw contest Myers have spent the fall Mrs. Alfred E Bahret were \jI
l the title spring quarters at South. notified Tuesday that the
r Mrs. Illinois University They club's foot-long exhibit,
Mary the summers at their titled "Paradise Created By
fun, home Maple Springs, Local Talent' again won first
She had ( Y on Lake Chautauqua and prize They were assisted by
II winters in Venice They Robert Hicks and Mrs Leah Y
show I to return to Venice about Stevens on the booth committee. -
evening 1. .
up and .- Last year's theme was
I
---- ------ task t. able Mr and Mrs. Garnet Martin, "First Birthday Anniversary."
'US VIC (MARY LOU) BETTY JR. right, crowned Mr.enice .. make a Tompkinsville, Ky. are at The exhibit this year shows
last week by Mrs. Smyth Brohard, left In the Venice The Barcelonia Motel. They are works created by area craftsmen -
.-,,t nntest was one of the six finalists who competed for the Hotel parents of two K.M.I. In- and businesses A cohe ie?
.r,. Florida contest at Miami Beach Thursday through Sat. Captain Yandell H. sive display, showing ceramics w ;
;jay, Mrs Miami, Mrs Joan Pereno, was winner and wills Mary and Captain Gary R embroidery, cutwork, pine
a 1 pete in the national contest in St Petersburg April. She she said needle work, paintings, shell
:t Mrs Retty here at that time to a work and company products is
l who Is Lt Colonel and Mrs B G. centered behind a concrete '
here of K.M.r., were wall and wooden gate with the /
'. Officers And Board Host America guests of Mr and exhibits shown in the space between
burg in W. H. McCord of Louis the wall and the shelvesin "
i Ky., who are guests at the background. ., '
All States Party Tonight ; Diplomat Motel on Long Commercial exhibits were C a'n
is Key loaned by Morton and Hall, t
space
and directors of All Mrs. Nis Pedersen. James Me- .- Inc, Summers Nursery, Lit I '
jflicers!
Miss Mary Reichspfarr spent .
trell Concrete, Eclipse Plastic
I (a Club will be in charge' Grath Sang two Irish songs and
week-end in St Peters- Products, Na-Mack Ceramics,
groups party at Ven-i a special waltz was played for !
the of Mr
with Mr and Mrs J. Rita Laydourn-Florida Jewel. ,..
today at 8 South Venice
Civic Center guests only. Donald Bradham, former Ken ry, Electrode Corp., The Compact
The last dance
and potluck home friends. Co., E. L. Pittman, Ring-
Dvtryone is Invited. An eve- supper of the season will be -
Bros. Barnum & Bailey
ling
-l of round, square and mix-, held on March 30. The supperis high Mrs. Jane Keyser went to St. and Stickney Point Flowers Chairmen the Bahrets, and the Pinning Exhibit ;I
- dances, with door prizes for members only but the lege in
last week-end to Individual exhibitors are:
] refreshments, is planned. dance will be open to the public her sister, Mrs. Claude Mesdames Eva Smith, Zoe kuck, Frank Hunter, Minnie and Mr. and Mrs Edgar Bah ley Mrs. Mary Darling, Mrs II
jst week 350 persons filled Mrs Hicks, Frank Peet, Mabel Far- Thiel and Leah Stevens ret, Mr and Mrs :Milo Winchester Lydia Kaiser, Mrs Elsie Madden
ball which was decorated This will end the All States burg of -- ber, Fred Beckman, Rollo Also Robert Hicks, Alfred E. Robert Hicks, William William Kohls. Mr and
i St. Patrick's Day motif. Club activities for the season. parted Mrs Walter Clapp has re Bouldry, Florence Callahan, Bahret, Elmer Wiltse, Mark Kohls, Frank Hunter and Mrs Mrs Mark Bishop and Mr. and
residents and visitors from All members are asked to with Col to her home in Mem Elsie Madden, Lila Black, Anna Bishop and Misses Etta Hunt- Leah Stevens Mrs Elmer Wiltsie.
.k I
Jib Venice were the honored Wyk, d i after spending a week Sommerman, Katherine ley and Sharon Morton It is being tended through The Junior Chamber of Com- I
I 'ill and 70 took part in the I make their reservations by is her her parents, Mr and Mrs. Bahret, Dorothy Bahret, Louise The display was set up by Saturday by Mr and Mrs. merce is tending the booth
aid mach led by Mr. and I March 26.Illlitle loved it F Green, at the Yacht Club Winchester, E. A. Kuk- Mr and Mrs Alfred Bahret, Arthur Bower, Miss Etta Hunt- ,during the evenings.


Theatre's Final [In Rehearsal of Mr Mr and. .Mrs..0- Harry W Final Concerts VYC For Mixed Wednesday BridgeSet

about of Harrodsburg, Ky are Symphony An evening of mixed bridgeat
Hehfarsals are underway at ning, Elaine Smith, Pam ter's the Yacht Club Apartments, Venice Yacht Club is plan-
Venice Little Theatre fore Palmer and Dori Herron Mr a week's visit. Their son, ned for Wednesday at 8 p,m.
fifth and final play of the Proceeds from the fund-raisers Wright is a .senior at K.M.I. Mr Feature Two Top MusiciansAlexander Mr and Mrs Paul Nowland
son a Gay Nineties melo- are used for Improvementsto and Lill was graduated from will host the event.
ami tilled "Love Rides the the theatre and the purchaseof Lisa's and will .I. in 1936Audubon. Those desiring dinner at the

j. or Will the Mail Train plays and materials for the Bloch, retired! young man he studied the via The Chaconne will be con club prior to the play should
a Tonirhtt" following season The lobby, Mr. conductor of the Florida West lin under Prof. Leopold Auerin ducted by Bloch and Wolfe will make reservations there not
Scheduled for a four-night restrooms and lighting system Eon, Member will direct the St Petersburg (now Leningrad direct the other numbers: later than Tuesday.
April 8.11 at the airport have been supplied former Coast Symphony, is played
a by from orchestra in of ), Russia Rococo Variations by Tchaikovsky : Progressive bridge
one
a\louse\ the fund-raiser will fund.raisers. with nonmembers.'w. his 75-member transcriptions in the In addition to his work as a ; Symphony No. 39 in D and set tables are welcome, if
reeled: by George Mahar, Tickets for the fund-raisers ence last own two concerts of the season conductor, he has been a com Major, by Mozart and "Aca desired. Couples are welcomeand
ichai rewritten the lyrics to are not included in the annual Karl Discusses Birds today and tomorrow. poser, teacher and authority on demic Festival" overture by members may bring
I P.e tcript and locality. membership fee and Little They I Today's concert will be :in technical problems concerningthe Brahms guests
y-ibers of the cast De- Theatre members must '
are purchase violin and has published
and tomorrow's st
lerkes, Morgan Luck, Ed their seats to the I Bradenton
production vacation At Garden Meet Sarasota Municipal Audito three technical studies on the
rang, Lauden Pitts, David I him Both will begin at 8:15: subject. Famed Composer's Works
belt! Ned Stafford Jean- Christopher Magee technical I Miss Nelaova is Canadian I
< Redder, Kathy Brannon, director, has the set about com F. Mrs Howard Moore, long- p.m.Conductor Bloch arranged born and began her musical
member of the Audubon Featured In Concert TodayMusic
jKruger. Muriel Royal, El- pleted, according to reports, ments Tomaso Vital!'s Chaconne career as a child. She toured
who winters in Noko-
Cibenon, Albert Zielke, and the Venice Teen Haven peake Africa, Australia and Canada
ten and will Interpret -
E'len Meadows youth center has donated its from the Moore's Cherry years ago win Arias from his "The
aj Mary nual this arrangement He has with her two sisters as a trio. by Pulitzer prize- opera
le Wheeler, Helen Satava, piano for use during the production hou N. Y. home spoke to with numerous symphony She made her solo debut in ning composer Douglas Stuart Devil and Daniel Webster,"
roJijr: Koenig, Jackie Fan Hotel, I Men's Garden Club of Ven- appeared orchestras throughout London at J2.years-of-ae. Her Moore, University of South libretto by Stephen Vincent ,A
last how to en-
week on
in Florida directing the work American debut was in Town Florida spring composer-in- Benet, will be Included. The opera
birds the
area
She discussed the feeding since that time. Hall, New York City, in 1943 residence, will be presented In'' was the first American
nesting habits of birds and He retired three years ago Ernest Bloch, the Swiss- a free concert today at 8:30 p'l operatic work presented on
suggestions on the loca and was succeeded by Paul American composer, chose her m at USF Theatre. England's BBC. Other works
and construction of bird- Wolfe, who extended the invitation to record his rhapsody for cel Moore was awarded the Pulitzer I will include "Adam Was My"
in Music in 1951 forhis Grandfather "Old Song,
"Schelmo Prize
The society furnishes to Bloch to direct his: lo and orchestra ,
Giants in the Earth" "Brown Penny" "Dear Dark
and dedicated three of his
on request, with- work in the concerts.
.
which will climax today's Head" and Trio for Violin,
cost to those interested Another highlight of the con works to her. In recent years performance
said. certs will be the presentation she has toured widely in Eu Cello and Piano"
Mr and Mrs. Moore have of Zara Nelsova, in her first rope and America Usually she Artist performers will be Three Shakespearian songs
on several guided "bird- appearance with the orchestra, spends the summer at Aspen Helen Anderson, soprano; will be featured: "Come Away
(Colo. Music Festival. Everett Anderson, bass; Marjorie -
tours conducted by the as soloist in Schumann s Cello ) Death," Sigh No More,
Chapter of the Audu- Concerto in A Minor She plays a Stradivarius cel- Enlx, cello, Edward Preo-
Society in the Everglades Bloch was conductor of the lo and studied under Casals dor, violin, Jacques Abram, Ladies" and "Under" the
Greenwood Tree.
Park and Corkscrew West Coast Symphony Orchestra and Feuermann piano P'1.".,'
nN She and Mr. Moore for 11 years Previous to<
a similar trip to the West that, in Florida, he conductedthe
t two years ago and have Winter Park Orchestra and

on bird watching expedi later affiliated with Rollm Easter Parade 1-1i+ r

from Canada to Key College coming to for Sarasota seven years before s...

Sixty members and guests He conducted the NBC Symphony 9
present. in New York and the
Club member Johnnie John- National Symphony in Wash

aP gave a humorous talk Ington, D. C., prior to coming 11 I
"Trials and Tribulations of to Florida During the depres- Greet the early Easter In a pa
Papaya Grower," followed sion years he directed numerous -
a talk by Dr. Harry Mog symphony orchestras established udt rade-perfect dress that you wear .;'! .k
e on the problems of liv by the WPA. Ass \: -
next door to a papaya the
.: all through season Pi

A raffle was conducted by Mother's Guild

......,. Hayes, In conjunction collection
Mrs. Moore as assistant, Meets TomorrowThe See our new exciting it'4i J
MRS HOWARD MOORE was guest speakerIt dent Bob Eldredge A I ""
the club treasury \
the meeting of Men's Garden Club of Vents bon Society and a I Mother's Guild of St. i of beautiful dresses, beautiful \
l last week She is shown with Club President i. years, she spoke on Mark's Episcopal Church win
,j William Glenzing, left, and Vice-presi- to stay in an area D. A. Gellner's Son meet the rectory.tomorrow at 10 a.m. In ti colors, beautiful textures.

Gets AF PromotionDavid Refreshments will be served

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Ed Schmitz Combines Work


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illustrator Edward has done all types and varieties -
t' f r A. Schmitz has built sucha He got darted in his field y", '
' good mousetrap with his airbrush by being of kindly assistance
and pen that, after forty in drawing for his geology professor
1 tl Y wk.a years in the field he la still in college at DunnUon
' laving to deflect the publishing University in Ohio. When the
; crowd away from his front professor left to teach at Harvard .
. door he sent out an SOS to his
His front door Is his studio- student who, upon graduation,
iM7 home, which he designed, set went to Harvard to assist him
smack In the middle of 60 acres : "until he had time to find out r f
r of woodland near Amherst, : where he wanted to pursue his +( 1r 'C
N. H. studies and decide on his career -
f Schmitz is currently, winter- ."
log in Venice and dividing hli Think I n
time here between golfing and Tharo'USfn 9nd he
working on illustrations for five worked for that department,
>OOKS. He will be at Venice the University Museum (at one
Villas until the end: of the time doing the basle drawingsfor
month. Pathe animated cartoons)
At home, he has one Mime and during the war headed the
tI.. artist assistant and his U.S. Radio Research Laboratory -
daughter, who lives nearbynd at Harvard.

BUDDY POPPY DAYS tomorrow and Friday standing, and other VFW members will assist works On a part-time basis It was some 20 years later
will have Ute downtown area, hopping centers the women, who are running the campaign on his staff la a business he he got around to resigning and
Mrs Clarence never intended to get: into, any opening his free-lance stu '
Nokomis, Laurel, Osprey and Extern They are, left to right, awn r i ,..
ood full of Veteran of Foreign Wan Auxiliary Kroener, auxiliary president; Mrs KennethC. way. dio.Even
poppies for Wood, chairman of Buddy Poppy week, His primary area of activity then there was no decision .... -- .-* -
and their families selling
co-chairman. Collection la text book and scientific: to make* Schmits had
Gerard :
Harold ,
and Mrs.
disabled veterans. Kenny Norwood. senior although he i AIRBRUSH PEN AND INK and his drawing golfing between drawings and will
works illustrations himself
made such for
to 1 a name
be from D:30 a m. p.m.
hours will :
of the local VFW Port, illustrator the first of the month for
'Ice-commander: In the technical drawing profession board and Edward A. Schmitz, book a leisurely trip "I
of set. is in business wherever he might be. the Florida east coast en route to his
map-making and
County Nurse Head Will Talk entitle drawing that he was He is in Venice for the winter enjoying the home in New Hampshire.

I I swamped with, and still is,
About Welfare Work Monday more commissions than he ed here three years ago, end finds by the time he lie ''IonstnI'd -- -
could: undertake. between evening social engagements up" enough to be in the
Welfare work in the area will "At a boy I had some vague and further work his swing of it, he has to get backto Swim
be the subject of a talk by dreams of doing some slick days are wellfilled.Loneliness the drawing board to meet InS
Julie O'Keefe, Sarasota County magazine illustrating of the he says, Is best some deadline. 70
supervisor of visiting nurses Varga-type, but as yet haven't dissipated by hard work end He may be back in Venice Water
In Venice, at a meeting( of had a moment to consider: it," since the death of his wife he next year. On the other hand,
American Legion No-Vel( Post t he said. has kept very busy with a* he la thinking yearningly of the AT
159 Auxiliary Monday at 8 He looks like a tall, bronzedand well-balanced a plan of livingas scenery of Arizona and is playIng .
p.m. at the Legion Hall husky athlete and he is any psychologist could with the idea of a golf date Warm Mineral
Mrs Curtis Boyle, In chargeof Y Golf Is and has been one of recommend. in Burma with a Burmese collegernate .
the units community service his love. since pre-college Schmitz: will not enlarge W. I who is pushing the
Springs
committee: will preside. days. Two heart attacks several staff in order to accomodate Idea Whatever wine out, his,
Mrs. O'Keefe has been with d + years ago slowed him more publishers because he golf, illustrating, and paintinglife 12 Milas SOlllh of
Venice office of the County Venice
the down for a period but he considers fear the quality of the work is going to keep him moving .
for six On
H 'tl t Health Department educated at himself fortunate in that coming from his studio will wherever he is US 41FRIDAY .
years She was his sport !Is one that the medical suffer
University in Milwaukee -
Marquette and received her nurses profession not only approves "Also, I would be unhappy
but encourages being supervisor, which is
a r
training at Sf.< Mary'sSchool 0 R i
I have to i iI If A L
: of Nursing there. She MRS JULIA O'KEEFE Varies Schedule Here what would happen SATURDAY >
at At his apartment here he took on more artists and ---=- "-'
took her master degree
the University of Wisconsin Myers will be elected A U. S. varies his work schedule from more books, and I would find SUNDAY 0
Prior to coming here, she was Savings Bond will be awarded morning to afternoon dependIng 'myself working under too much 'Nt./lg; lu
with the Milwaukee Health Department and Mrs. George Kaup, on the good golfing Indies- pressure which bodes no good EMMY LOU
for 10 3 ears. president, said that all tickets Ions H, formed several either to quality of work or to
During the business meeting in reference to the bond should j friendships when he and his living itself" he aald. N
a nominating committee and be given to Mrs Boyle. wife who died last year visit- His drawing board is currently POPULAR SONGSTRESS

; delegates to the April 26 constitutional stacked with several works Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage G
l mow conference: in Fort nearing completion. He enjoys
V-N Methodist Church Circles most doing the color work, At Popular Prices
)r with airbrush that children's VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL I E
Auxiliary Adds I textbooks caU for and the tedl
oua and meticulous handling
fr Plan Monday Tuesday Meetings that gees into producing one o f
Four Members the completed illustrations 4s

I March circle meetings of Porter Circle, 1:30: a.m. at reminiscent of the work done
Woman's Society for Christian the home of Mrs Lewis Rising by fine watchmakers .
The Ladles Auxiliary to Service of Venice Nokomii Glen Oak Road, Venice Map Making Intricate !
Englewood Barracks 2744, Methodist Church will be held Gardens; devotions by Mrs. For example, relief maps
World War I Veterans, obligated -
Monday and Tuesday Russell Tilt, program by Mrs. call for a white underrating,
four new members, Mrs.
a top meticulous drawIng -
H. Schultz, Mrs. Wm. J. The Frances V. Curry Circle Arthur Delamarter. spray
Wm.
THE CASUAL YOUNG MODERNThe Whitcomb, Mrs. Jack Shillingand will meet Monday at 2 p.min Prlscilla Circle, 8 p.m., at and the crayon coloring: EASTER$1Io1S1LADIES' $
of shadows and scraping
the home of Mrs. Edward Pfef-
the fellowship hall of the
Classic Suit of 100% Silk Duptont[ Mrs. Leland C. last Dusenber-week. church with Mrs Thomas far, Pine and Palmetto Streets, through: with a sharp knife to
at their meeting
ry Venice Gardens devotions and the base coat: for highlighting
We also carry suits by A covered dish luncheon was Green as hostess. Devotionswill ; .
In of Mr. L. A standard scientific or advanced
DAVIDOW NARDIS OF DALLAS served to the veterans and be conducted by Mrs. E. program charge textbook can call for as
auxiliary at the American G. Boone Sr, and the program O Conway.
Ruth 2 at the many as 80 or 90 Illustrations, DRESS HEELSQO
Circle p.m.
Legion Hall yesterday.On will be in charge of Mrs. Paul
.IHt: NfcSlLcWUUU I April 8, et 2 p.m. the Melroy. home of Mrs. Arthur Dela he said
marter, Avenlda la Palms, No. An ardent photographic fan,
will hold its second
WEST VENICE AVENUE auxiliary All other meetings will be on he has traveled extensively for
komls; devotions by Mrs M.
card of this at the
party year
Tuesday: his color film and threedimension
Recreation Center on North r G. Renick, program by Mrs.
Martha Circle, 9 30 m. at slidesare
Orange Street. a. I Harold Jensen.Bayshorites. picture-taking. His
the home of Mrs. Irvin Conk- highly professional qual.
lin, Ravenna St., Nokomis Ity and he often uses them for
East; devotions and program Picnic basic composition in his leis $5.
by Mrs Ray Lapping ure-time pursuit of watercolor 1'\
Hazel Woodard Circle, 8 p.m Residents of Bayshore Estates alntlng He would greatly enjoy -
I at the home of Mrs Sam Eg- will have a basket picnicat devoting himself to this,
I gert Charles Drive, Blackburn Snook Haven Resort Wednesday and has sold many of them, including MANY STYLES
subdivision, Nokomis; at 11 a.m. : several portraits, but
ell, devotions end program in
charge of Mrs. Ben Hill

{I I t "t j' y rvwMr at Ethel the home Blalock of Mrs Circle, T.8 Eddy p.m., Rutenberg Builds

I Ubee Road, Nokomis; devot. $6. 99

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Robert "Bob" Bellcaie, Head Teller and Supervisor In chargeof r.> .. high quality of conttruetton does not build In fust one
bookkeeping ainih E. Walter Haig. \ .1..', 6.f ,'L". 1.1' and exceptional! lubdiviiion or den opment.
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HEW OFFICERS OF VENETIAN COURT 39, Aurllla C (Mrs Homer Fetzer, past royal s and tailored coat
, Order of the Amaranth were installed Saturday matron; Mra, Lyle Walker, new royal mat. ", Shorts, Regulars, Longs ;
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'II at Masonic Temple Taking/ part in the ron: Charles Shaw, new royal patron; Mrs
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Last Supper Drama Varsity 377 ,, r:;

On Art PublicityA models Block, '
Wheat, Green. 29 to 38.Sportcoats -' :? : Ya
panel discussion on art Set For Sunday Eve"The a
publicity, sponsored by .Allied
.
Arts Council of Manatee Sara
ants Counties, will be held I Living Dramatlzettonl explains how he became a follower .
Wednesday at 2 p.m. at New of the Last Supper" by Ernest of Jesus a
College Hall, Saraiota I' K. Emurian will be presentedat Mrs F. Reide Onley is director 16'02V
Publicity directors of 26 Grace Methodist Church assisted by Mrs E. G. '
and March 22 at 7:30 p.m. (Dan) Boone Dacron blends 6
irt group press reprwenKUves
area from VeniceSirasota I The religious drams. a portrayal Kenneth Brown portrays Jesus in plaids and stripes
Tampa and St. Pet I of Leonardo Di Vinci I Other characters are Na t
ersburj papers have been In- painting Is being presented for thaniel, The Rev Albert" Has- 35 to 46
Tiled Panelists will be Wai the first time In this area. The ler; James the Less, Dan Stap-
Weather
do Profitt Clyde Burnett Ken I moment after Jesus' announcement ,leton; Andrew, Andrew Wise. ,,. ,, ,ao''
tieth Tornngton, Roy Cook and "One of core will betray man: Judas Clayton Walter:
John Hamner I me" with the resultant reactIons I Peter, Gail Gephart; John Don -only DACRONSlacks
the meeting, Is depicted In the drama Crawford: Thomas, Earl I irone
After guests '
Installa each ano tle come to life and Cross: James, Dan Boone: 499
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Charles Wynn: Thad
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deus John Schroeder; Simon Pin stripes In a
HAY Hours Exceed Woody Owen; narrator Mrs. than a
Past PresidentsJoin Boone, good dress make. TravxslNORTHC00L

2,000 For Month Federation Committees: Program and Sizes to 42,
publicity, Mn. Ralph Gould
Members of Venice Hospital Past presidents of Nocturne Mra. Harry Showacre, Charles EX. SIZES 5.99 $400
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Auxiliary Volunteers reported Hour Music Club voted\ at a Perkins, Les Swetland; Costumes
a total of 2.436 Vi hours contrib. Sarasota luncheon meeting : Mrs Giles Miller: Slacks
!red by 232 members during Saturday to join the pat president make-up: Mrs Sherwin For by Yoa'd sate ttHei t fins quality white shin could
February ,' assembly of National bus Mrs W W Raudenbush be to fort Either wash and
SAGNER M euy cue drip dry or
Federation of Music Clubs. Mrs Roger Isphording: table TAILORED by Nagger & Reston
By departments, the hours jBKfeiae IaUDd.'nese fiat combed cotton shim
Mrs J. K. Hill presided at setting: Mrs J. V. Taylor and .
Kid workers were: Switch. are Stafbtized PIui foe lUre lit. Medium tprtideollai
the meeting. Pint presidentsare Mrs Dan Stapteton; staging But you can't wear noth.ing FabricsNew
bard 324 hours 26 workersreturn New
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II Passover Feast Slated SundayThe .. 1 Venice GroupAt SVCA Seeks Safer Father-Son Fete Eye Bank Needs

Hebrew Passover Feast sung by R. M. Gerahon preceding I
and its relationship to Chris the presentation the SeminarTwo I
tian communion will be dem- Passover Feast Set By DeMolayThe Told To Lions

onstrated and narrated by A fellowship tea will follow. ministers and three representatives Access To TrailMembers
Rhea Marie Gerahon at the The public is Invited. Admis of funeral home Venice DeMolty chapter -- -
West Coast Rehearsal Hall U sion is free in Venice attended will hold tU fethtron ban'atetheaMasonnic Cornea transplant are needed 'la to develop through tile lift
a special
S. 41 of the South Ven suggestions would be the installation I ot a' death
and Eighth Street. Sarasota seminar in Tampa Tuesday. at T o'clock: by an estimated 30,000 per eyes s Deagr
Sunday at 2:4: p.m. At the low subscription price The seminar was sponsoredby I ice Civic Association spent of a traffic light at Temple. eons in the United States, Dr. source ot eye and to Jlat
A musical of 00 get the more than an hour Monday South Venice Avenue, or at the will be Williamson told theVenice la making that eye iS?
program will be $3 per you the Florida Funeral Directors Among guests I Douglas E.!: 14fo
frih night of least reduce the speed limit
presented by the Tri-M Music biggest II you can I Assn Those attending discussing means side three members of the advisory< i Area Noon Lion dub 1.1 available to qualified opt:
Club with Misses Anhared buy today-104 copies cost less from here were John Farle; gaining access to U.S. 41 from for one-half mile on each Dermond council when the local: chapter at iU Tuesday luncheon meet- thalmlc surgeons in order thii
South Venice Avenue with to 25 miles an hour, blind
Wiest violin; Marsha Sic!. than 5 cents per copy. Give and his son, Joe Farley owners he said, the wes formed 10 years *fO. They big torn or near-bllaH pct
But
hasty, cello, and Carolyn some contestant your subscription ana operators of Farley greater safety explained has .reC.; Allen Pattl oft, the Rer.Hendley Dr. Williamson. Venice ef lent may hare the oppyg4
State Road Department
Werner, piano Solos will be now while votes are high. i Funeral Home; Earl Rawles, As Vice President HartleyP. I consistently frowned on anything I Jtlki and Bruce Rif- thalmologlat. i* chairman of its cl rec.IYina the mOst pr,,, (
Dermond, who led the discussion 1- ,1ft cl all the
and for
-* owner Home operator; the of RiwleiFunerml Rev. remarked, "Here we the that flow would of traffic tend along to hamper the by.Floyd Matter will pretentcheck a the the Venice Eye Bank Branch Committee Eye Bar*. ....... Ids tl

Frank Shearer of Calvary Reformed are, a rapidly growing com from the Mmnic Boing >' commraee member are
I VENICE MOVIE LOG I Tamiami Trail!, contending its Other
t. Church of Venice Garden munity beset by two problems, first consideration II to the League to the chapter. nwin Mrs. Virginia Schroder ..dMr Mar Mss ooefesrdtM lit .g
'GULFTHEATaE TROPICAL *; and Dr. E. Robert trying to keep aceeea to our traveling public be received by Tommy *. Donald Hul *pple. representing roses KM .to the Ublte
ChabJe of The Venice United full beaches on the west side I Foe. master councillor. i the Venice Hospital Stoles ar* produced hi SoI4 fern
'-r ...dRAecrocer DRIVE-IN THEATRE I Church of Christ. and gaining safer access to U. la view ot the rapidly growing Additional lIMN will; be Dr. I Auxiliary Volunteer, and Al California
n Frld. mil (.t....... The Tampa seminar was one S. 41 on the east" business section springingup Henry Kaufman. representing Felnsod and John Farley for c
1HI LAST VOYAI.K"lU U.S. 41 in the South '
was, of three educational symposiums He was referring to the fact along the Scottish Rite; Earl Edit, the Noon Lions dub.
__ ..4 "CIRLSI' ciKiai, gisurwild being conducted in the that the new Intra-coastal Wat Venice ares, Dermond contm representing the Shrine Club; y' }
d_ ..,... ....4.. ed, another practical suggestion An eye bank wee defined by TggIC
also Prnlwr" state by the Florida Funeral erway will mean the removalof Carol Smart of the Englewood organization
Williamson an
Dr. M
Directors Assn on the subject the two wooden bridges over would be the tour-laning Fellowship; and John C. Steele, human
; collect
formed to
Vcn
Meal. of the Trail from the
P..dn" ._.'. .......5 M./u. "ROMS nand..d peon ice lUll "Meeting: the PsychologicalNeeds Lemon Bay to the gulf beaches Ice By. at Center new Road to of the Alma duo of SouthVenice eye and distribute them tohospital 1
feck salsa ..< Puta P .tw ......wh1r 11_.. Dr. of the Bereaved and up to now the West I a nail-mite pass. below me! Intersec'Iron where the cornea U
Edgar: N. Jackson, petfor 'I Chant Inland Navigation Diarict .
te of the Englewood Road, needed for transplanting.It ;
"MANYAVoaITs' nlar ...II.Nu.; : 6 dl of the Marmaroneck, N. Y.. has not offered any prac- *
01 oro PO' I Methodist Church conductedthe tical solution to the problem State Road 7S.: BillMitchemlsAt also stores corneas, said
seminar, which was moderated 65 MPH That would be an expensive Dr. Williamson lor1M In Y.
- - - - I and MAKI IT .
by Proto Robert C. At present the legal rate of proposal, however, and would Fort Jackson split thickness grafts .
Slater, director, Department of peed( along this highly con. have to be accepted by the retinal detachment surgery.He A KODAK CAMIIA "i. s
REALTYVIEWS Mortuary Science, Universityof !ested: highway that curves county commissioners as well Private William R. Mitchem, further noted that there arepresently
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Minnesota. Dr Jackson 1 I. quite a bit at It approachesSouth as the SRD, it was pointed out S3, son of Mr. and Mrs WI! I T2 eye banks In the
an author and specialist in the Venice Avenue from the Another suggestion was the liam U Mitchem of 308 W. United States including two (
I field of Grief Venice Ave. la Hearing com- central eye banks In Floridaone -
Therapy southeast is 63 miles an hour construction of a two-lane parallel [
ptction of his Basic Combat in Gallesville and the other
I I and SV residents find it a haxrdous road to the west of the .
You can subscribe to The feat to avoid both lines present highway and the installation Training at Fort Jackson In Miami. .

for her to find tatitfae.tory I GONDOLIER and get: your ol rapidly traveling vehicles in of an automatic stoplight C. He has been 5th Battalion assigned lot to And he went m to expisin! [ 1
a Company D.
I piper every Monday and I turning into U.S. 41 going at the north end of the that the North Florida Eye
;rental.; The daughter Thursday at less than 5 centsper north .congested district to allow' access Training Brigade ot the U. S. Bank in Gainesville: hM six d
husband bed I Army Training Center, Infantry -
and her
no copy One of the most practical to the highway when branches of which one Is the
tevingk It took all their. I needed Venice branch established in

earnings just to keep the All of the suggestions! will Private of Lilbourn Mitchem High Is a School graduate September, 1963 and BROWNIE FL iO& u,\
In addition to collecting F
bill
by CHIPS JOHNSON p.id.h.r father aid that GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL have to be taken under advise Lilbourn, Mo. He also attended distributing human eyes, Dr.
ment by the SRD, Dermond the Mo. School of Mines, Movie Camera :
said, the Venice
"Where de find the Williamson
you tmce he and his wife had recently explained, but 1 it is not too soon I lolls, Missouri. Prior to entering -
aniwer to all the real I estate told a property, they Carry Out e to start pushing for some act. the service he was employed Branch Eye Bank obtains file andkeeps of Fun-filled!icojr to enjoy T
problems you're requestedto decided to buy a suitable ion to remedy the aitu.tion. he by Ma parents at Gulf an up-to-date who persolelhoawmotiu! 4 4New
from are
solve t friend .,ked. home for their daughter and BUCKET of. added. Theatre as business manager. I pledges persons c
to donate their at
willing eyes Ieewsie.n Senr
Mm;
"MucH of it from *
comet her. he laid
rent it to As the time of death. Camera makes ft r
special training," I replied "She'll get our equity in the GONDOLIER!: subscription If there are ten watches and Future plans, according to .p nilve to take ecty bight'and, ....In.e .,
"And wen from np.rieece property someday, throughour prices have been reduced for clocks (non-electric) In a house the speaker, call for provision _vie.! yes family will .ra..r.1|
Sometime peoplewe estate" Later that day ChIcken the contest. You save $175: what are the chances that one of a laboratory to conduct vital Camera U prtclilon-owd by
deal with think on three years, 50 cents on ; will show the correct time, or diseases He Kodak. el .
up ingenious we found a nice home which research on eye give yean deble p two years, S3 cents on one any two will show the same .. ,k.. Cones .
solution of their the daughter and her parents also pointed out that the number e* .pllt .
time?
own Then wo add these to approved. year of persons whose tight with a roll of ffedochrom: /II
Movie Film end fun (ti'-'
could be restored or improved a -

our helping pooible e+ll.,..."solution in ing Regardless situation. if ef you're your looking buy. t2 60 WHOLE 2'/' LB.CHICKEN WOLFER MOTORS Inc. by number retinal of surgery donated exceedsthe .f w it-moklng idea $19.41 w

"For Instance my friend for t home we'd like to ((10 Pieces) RAMBLER DODGE received. eyes Al *t tr.!k* Irk,. 1""
'J ed. "Well," I replied. assist you in your search! JIS S. Tsmiami Trail 488.J945 _488-4150 Dr. Williamson went on to ,
WITH
I : I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW,
"Juit a few weak ego amiddleaged I SPECIALIST IN. outline the way in which prospective
Vl DOZEN HOT ROLLS VENICE
end wife CHIPS JOHNSON I :
man bNSINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT area donors can
came in, accompanied by REALTOR & INSUROR I (roll orders packed In foil lined buckefs I II Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis pledge! their eyes to the Yen- CAMERA SHOP

their married daughter. Them W. Venice I Phone Ahead order will b S Front End Alignment Oil Change Ice Branch Eye Bank after t
306
.* .explained that Kndaughters Ave. your ready death. He also explained the Only Factory: Authoritsd!
family wet Urge Branch Real Estate Office! I PHONE 488-5075 Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beami various ways in which the donated Dealer In the Are r
Wheel .
four children and KENT MOTEL Balancing Electrical RepainAny eyes may be used bothin 123 w. VENICE AVE. sddf
accordingly
: W. T. GRANT CO. Engine Overhaul Automata or Standard research and in eye surgery l
it was difficult Phone; 488.2279 Radio Repairs Trenuninien Repair tAe Sign of Me flesficy;" :

( dvertiiement i) RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE Airconditioning Repairs and Installation I "We then see," he concluded Camera
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LL. 'f T 3J1iiin Power Committeemen-0--- I IVenlci

_ I Squadron
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I Power Squadron committee piloting; Mariner Lawrence R. Showacre, flag and eti

chairmen were named advanced grades; Leslie P. Urban quette.

by Commander Lawrence N. elective courses; R Stan. Frank J. Mayer historian;

Taylor following his Installation ley Bennett, Instructor Zabriskie, chaplain; Howard L. I

at Saturday nlght'i J. Thomas Hamm seamanship Scott and J. Cline Davison,

--.. ..- -_ .: _.--. Change-of-Watch party. ; Elliott Paul, advanced auditor.; Bennett, Thomas B.

CLASSIFIED Other officers installed l for piloting; Leslie D. Urban, jun. Chord and Thorp, nominating
Lots For Sale Rentals Help Wanted 1964 along I with Taylor during I for navigation; George N. committee; Paul E. Nowland

iKi: '. I Boats For Sale the annual banquet at Early French, navigation; Fred us O. entertainment Walter Ft Mln-
BATES INLET: Sesw.lled7riv": 1 BEDROOM, furnished apart MATURE -- -. Wynn' Steak Home were Boda, engine maintenance; Edward nerly rendezvous; Roy B. '

ate boat basins E L. Kuton, ment. Yearly Inquire Ava. for night, office Experienced couple 22 FOOT CHRIS-CRAFT Sea Charles W. Zabriskie, lieutenant H. Henne, sailing; Denting, military and government .

Ch.rg. atei, both Thursday Bayshore Drive. Nokomls. Ion Apts., 505 Barcelona. time work. Call 958-2340 cleaning. Full Skiff 19(8, 95 horsepower, commander; J. Thomas George W. Spender, weather; liaison; Herman A. Huhn

.nd Monday Edition EAST GATE sota. Sara. ship to shore radio compass, Hatnm, first lieutenant; Robert I Robert B. Eldredge, marine editor, Venice Inlet squadron
86 feet wide Choice lots, mln. LARGE, FURNISHED :3 room : all Coast Guard regulation B. Eldredge, secretary, and electronics. publication).
SL50 See or call Lar. and bath apartment. Water, gear, folding top and side cur. William S. Graham treasurer Frederick O. Italics, visual -
Redford
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Real Assoc. Chips Johnson sewer, rubbish pickup Included TAILOR tabs, $1,1I95.AllO 7 other Sea The new commute chair. aids; Spender, public relations .
112 word minimum I) Ave. Estate. 306 W. Venice in rent. $63 month. Near shopping Skiffs $9115 to $3,350. AU reconditioned men include: ; Kenneth R. Wlngrove,
Addtion! l Wordt each 6c Phone 4I18-3GOD, 4882241. and beach. Phone 488.3785. APPLY NOW t and guaranteed by George R. French squadron communications (ship. to- i

LOT IN BAY POINT, Nokomis I Experienced In men's wear. Hansen Chris-Craft Sales, 1201' educational officer; Herbert 0. shore); Peter Prlndiville, communications I

CASH ritet. both Thursday High and Dry. 55'xl25'. Close ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY Good N. Tamiaml Trail, Sarasota Thorp, admissions and Indoctrination (citizens band);IRod.
ind Monday Editiont to beach. Value $1,350. Make apartment. Heated pool. opportunity. Phone 958-5515. ; J. Cline Davison, ., property officer; Harry '
Offer. 488-6629. Week or month. Reasonablerates. Ideal working conditions.

$$1.40 W. Venice Ave. 488-3881. Many benefits Including DeLUXE BOATING Outfit -
M VKNIIB'' BKSlnrNTIAI' JOTS Like N Sea all fiberglass Lega! Still Vets
ALSO V."f"1 BISINU 8IIFS. discount on purchases. Pay
||ii word rn'ntmumj' ) tALL IOU JACOD.H: > 1,11.1111 FURNISHED Two Bedroom runabout with TeeNee Trailer, :
Home. Private Gulf Beach. Apply personnel office, AGAINST SAID r TATli
W'wdi.ach 5e folding top, 35 Johnson electric
Additions; FOR Too ., .
QUICK SALE :3 Lots Reasonable rent h.rrbr mtlfM .d rogulroi kL'
April.Dec. starter and generator. Excellent !1. flit ttoiM or .
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>. *ht-(,.. ITS In tlIkoTtMl ,* *- 80x100 South Venice. Owner. 4881015. MAAs BROS., condition. $70&. Apartment mv I,.-. t had7.:utt of I'Or.M On Indian WarsThe
M .h.... .4$5.NN Phone 4884708. E. SINN.: tMetuod. ,III.. .., ..._
be for*.... 1......_ ... ,.. .orb tn..rtt.n tfi.r..,.... RIVER LOT Venice NICELY FURNISHED Room. Road. 488-2517. JOHN T. OlAHAM, ...-..... Cowl, Veteran Administra
Good for .. ..
mrar, thorn of IS It Near beach. References 3'd5. I. DM Coantr Court H. i ibiruott
.,4,1.A ... o( lbs (_d.l.... FO.'CLASSIFIED vacation collate. Sacrifice ( riorld. alibi ill ..hod.. tion' Annual Report for the
... ...bot .. ...11. .. .....lIIod. st 1500. Call :4-i484 Sara. Reasonable Phone 488-1060. WANTED -. Short Order Cook. Legal month'l..h..It. from hi..the Notlio.Kodi 4.'t... of Ut n.., oub. fiscal year 1963 show that

ota. FURNISHED Apply Cue Club office. .1.., or _.." .,.. .. l lTlll. f. beneift were till being paidin
DISPLAYOne Apartment Real Nonrie!: or INTENTION TO .., and I III d'.pllr.m ih.ll ..... tktplo Florida to four of the na
n're.' Call 488-4810. KITCHEN HELPER. Male. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAsa .roild.no.. ..d offfct. .4I .
Apply pxwt
Edition, per Inch $3 !TO Metres!!: For Sato: Gulf Restaurant Tlit undortivno do lu.b, tortlf I > d,.. of th. Cl.im.T.1 I .hall bt >wo.. tion's remaining 25 living veteran
220 Miami thstthwa's5$545U.sa i.sodvasd, .. br U.. Cl.lm.nt hit t..nt of hli I... of the Indian Wars and
Both Editions, per Inch $3.50All 2 BEDROOM Furnished House. Ave. W between 102. Drr Cltanln,, b..I._ at Bhamrotkn.ultvtrd "'n.r I h.ll .I.. tommronM, br a H.'I Do your golfing on the linki -
a.ni Tamlaml Trail Kouth tubs too. sod ...I ..lli... d to 1,434 Jiving veteran of the
NEARLY NEW Walking distance to beach. nr $ or <- and
2 bedroom do with
moving earcompany.
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FEMALE. not M filM ih.ll bt YO'' .
clinifiad! ads payable In home close to shopping centers $70 month. Phone 488 3034. CLERK for Drug Golnanitlt Uundrr and Drr Ills.. frt won .b. tililnl to th. .mo..1 Enjoy the vacation toe
Store.. Cloanln ConM. and th.t sold firm I. .1.,... .. These living
.stabIsh.daccounts. hospital and Steady work. Will of .d tblm' form m. ok- represent the only
dvinee' eicept schools. Nice FURNISHED STUDIO apartment train. tompoMd. ot Uit followlni O...... UJiu4on Hit Cogntr Jnilt.i 0".... planned, while WE plan
Inquire at Nokomis veterans in Florida of
lot. Low .. .... .
taxes Terms $11,750. .0. ta tad plaoni of ivldool an I.At'KA a. CEKM.:
NEW 3 on Casey Key. Call 488. Pharmacy .. follow. ,| .. E:._.I.. of tht II...,. America' early wars. your moving back horn. Med -
BEDROOM :2 bath 4648. LOT. D. ffapo Bhtmrock Boukjvard. of John n. a.... OMM.OI. crete rate
CANCELLATION home. Excellent location. Near and T.ml.ml Trail. V..,... Florida I AttomoBl.lr, sod Dnn, The Annual Report of the VA OfIi8
or THINK
shopping DENTAL ASSISTANT wanted. Erdfna' B. Hnpt, Shuirork RoulovaH Attornvr* W IMW, further show that veterans
ADJUSTMENT centers. Very low HOUSE IN SOUTH VENICE. Previous experience and Tamlanl Trill;!, Vtnlia' FloHda.I cit N._ s....
down payment. not Owuwhi or Trail OOI..tI. Lao.. P. 0. ..... ItTt and, or, their families In Florida ,t
Requests for caneelMton' 1 1 NEW, 2 BEDROOM home Walking distance to beach. necessary. Age 18-30. Typing dee ad tOrt Oia.nhg. CeO.. to .. ,..iI. V..pt, florHHa. received a total of 1248-
Month or by Phone 488. I..., POlIsh IoIa. 15. April I. I. IXI.IN .
fdjurhnent+ became of year. required. Answer In own handwriting 55. .
central water and central sewer 6604. f), Hnpa, M pop ..." 300,048 In cash benefit and service
trrof must be made for system No cash needed. giving qualificationsand Krdlna t Hoot M ptr ttnt.It TUB COUNTY jurors r(>I''T during the year.
references. Box 1167 Ven. It our Inttntloa. u tpplr tht IN AND FOil SARASOTA' COUNTY
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Low payments to right party. MODERN, airconditmned ice. Cltrk tf tht Circuit Omit I In and for I rUlRIDA IN PKOBATK In Florida, compensation forsosvIce
[ on Monday. For Mon. BYRON MARKLE. stores available in South SantoU County. Florida' to ivvlitorht IN RFt: ",,. .......* of connected disabilitieswere
Realtor -
pjn. .
Aid nunt Trail 001....... LtundrrI MARION S. XOKHILU rioMuoi.rmb .
diy Gondolier BEFORE 5p.IIIo Phone 488.4706 Venice Shopping Center. For Doe 00a.lss < row .... flit NoNOTTfT paid to 112,338 living! veteran
Thur.d information rail 4885858. Misc. For Sale I .. .' 01 Chmts. :: ;:: :0 ": TO CREDITORS in the amount of $108-
on .y. Id.. Ae" of ...,. Tn AIL (RhtllTOHS AND OTHfR
ONE ONLY "Estate" acre, wIt, ._ our ....... flail loJ dat ofx.rob PERSONS HAVINO C'l.AIMS AGAINST 187,650. II
PHONE adjoining owner's homestead UNFURNISHED, :2 bedrooms FIRST $50 takes Deluxe RCA, 1166. THE ABOV1 UlTATKl
I.SON P HOfE.LRD1M T.. are horobr MtlfM ..d ,.aJ.sI l lIt --
Variety 70 huge trees. 1 ml. Nokomis plus Florida room; living 23" TV. Excellent condition. B. HUPK.uHUbl 111. .., .000..,. m d5..... whloh imr .,
488-3125 Beach, 500 ft. Sarasota room w/FP; extra large utility Phonl488.11311. Mirth II, M April' I. ,. 1114. .... *v.ln.t oh. uld ojti. t. 'h.
.. ........
Mel of th. Count Joilvt of
Bay. Modest 2 bedroom home, room. In city children or pets IN THill COUNTY JUDIoII1: mUST IN eou.... Florid In th. OirthouM .. ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION .
additional residence permitted. Ok. $75.00 month. 488-5528 after NEW & USED GARAGE AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, ........, Florid. slITS s1,. 'I' ..1.
4883802. J FLORIDA IN FgOBATB ... .. ..o.\Ita ,...". tho d... .., the fl'" I
Real Estate p.m.SLEEPING EQUIPMENT. too Rlr EHTATE OF ..bll."OII of 11I10 .otl... IaaII: .1.1.
FENCER M. G1L8ON. PtntMttProhatt or tnnand weal bo ,In writing .In dupll.
Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication .. ..., .., .
BY OWNER Flit No tInS *. .d tut* UM nl of r l. MAINTENANCE
GULF FRONT on Casey Key. 3-yr.-old Quality Built Home ROOM for rent. Equipment Repairs. KOnCS TO' CREDITORS d.,.. sod I""* sell. ........ of 54.lslwa.1.sd..ttscea..51tot4.. -
Call 488-3517 before 11 TO ALL CREDITOM AND PERSON .
.m.or
!100x384)( ft. 2 bedroom, home $2,500 under cost. :2 BR. m TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. HAVINO CLAIMS OR Fi'MAND 5005.504. hlo _., or 45. s00w.O. or
nth 1-car ,ar"e. Zoned for B. 2car garage, large after 8:30: p.m. 1070 DeSoto Rd., AOAIN8T SAID ESTATE It will -... old, or..r .
Toti art htrthy notlfltd' .d rtqnlrtd JUSTINE EATt MARKS.
multiple u e. Ideal for invest crwned-in pool and terrace; CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 Sarasota Fla. to flit a., claim or dowsed which ,... Admlnlitr' rl> of the ZtlWtof
ment and home. $23,500. $5,700 central I heat, air-conditioned; Call collect 33 .1240 "5.. b&5 ..ethst" tilt F..... of .tN. Mario" J:. Morrlll.HOOVE. ANDERSON ELECTRIC I In
bedroom furnished house
tEll M. GiO.8ON. D-.rL .... $15rast. d..sd.
cash or will trade for what large l landscaped lot. 837 Laurel .
Screened porch. 488.1333, 43821M. Catp maids I. th. sIll : BAIEN a ISI'IfOIlDING .7" i
bm you. Ave, Venice. 22-IN. FAN, $12.50; recondition. .f Ho. 10111'1 T. cdaAHuse. r........ FloOds Pow, at Lir" s-dill...
ON A DEEP CANAL :2 bed.room ed Electrolux, $17.50; :2 CwIT J.ds., I. 'ho Su.s.o" cat vwi..... F00Ods.AeOso.m Base I Cockritl Street Phoss ,
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Do H"" at Saratota, Florida wltliiraltndar .1. iso tho s.tS1 .
2 bath home tcreenediwimmlnf Taih TM. Want TVrnti rnromUnM. Trad* or II.ffomit... FOR RENTALS straight chairs, $1.00. Phone nontha, from tht data .< tIoa"r..r Publl.h 101... I' 15. A.rn t. t. 10116. .
pool. Large boat Jait fill Loa Jaralu, IIT 488-3963. : """ oCd tao,' ..NMIta ..1
lilm or mtiit bt I
1 house.! Will trade for home not la Venice Area _U... aid In dupHaiui' tball ..... Uw
I water. See RUBBER STAMPS made to or.der. .1... oT ,''d_. and pat .11''" addrtMtf
on GOLDEN BEACH near qulf 48-hour iht Clauaantt shah bt twon bt b> Real Estate Corner I
service Office
1 J BEDROOM, 2 bath home. craps JOHNSON Hit Claimant, bit actnt. a r hi. attorntriibal .
I Coie to Venice, on deep canal. Two bedrooms, two batht. Realtor personal pocket or stock. 438- ) bt aeoompanM' br a II.Tl Mint
..,,
ITs and anr I clalrn" or dnnand not
I trfuced!! for quick sale, 13500. 30 foot Florida roomon 308 W. Venice A.... 488-2278 1432. to flirt thill.. 5.. ...<1. Tht fill,. ,.. our I 5

8YRON MARKLE. Realtor I 112 I ft. corner lot. Misc. Wanted
Phone 488-4.708 519 GULF STREET Wanted To Rent County Jds wAviex,i !offl: FENCEII tAJmlnlnntof. CU.50oi.. B U Yl I N G

| W OF WATER FRONTAGE LARGE SIZE USED GOLF of II rptnrtr' M 00'.of.,tjit Ptitaitd....... New 2-bedroom, 2.bath, with nice c*
on South Creek Bar. In Sor. :2 BEDROOM HOUSE or Apt. j Bag. Best quality Present Attomwi BLAIR ANT> PCAX, SELLINGYou're
Mito Shore Paved Street, BEAUTIFULLY Landscapedbrick furnished. April 13th. P. O. Attamtra at La., screened Wonderful loca
condition not
porch.
important. Will sir 1'1.' .... Krott, Best Valuet Are
h lh ind dry. $25 per ft. Term. I front home, :2 bed. Box 114, Venice. Inspect anything. Phone 48865W. Vtnltt. Fl rtd..
Ask (for Lauden at Rales office rooms, 2 baths, central water PbtIstN.uI. I'. tl. A.ril'. .. 15S4. tion. Small down payment. Easy Found HEREI
and A real buy at $17 [ .
01! Sorrento Shore 4 miles sewer. Mobile Homes IN THE COUNTY IUnGE'S 'QURT \00"
north of Venice. 250. Byron Markle, Realtor. Auto For Sale ill "ND FOR SARASOTA X1UNTY .'
Phone 488-4708. FLORIDA IN FROBATE terms. For information call
For Sale IN MCi Et-TATI!: OF
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CA. JOHN J:. fcLNN, PontMj.Ptob.i... I
NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar 1957 FORD Country Sedan, 4- "',. No. TW1 488.6413 4884196INTERESTED II
with
MAX 6 adjoining lots dens. 2 bedrooms each tide. ALMA HOUSE TRAILER. 1946 door Station wagon. Reason. NOTICE!: TO CKEDITOR8 or I
100 each on newly 4-laned : I TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
model. 8x18. $200. Deer Creek able. 488-2300.
Tamliml Trail (U.S. 41) with Central heat and airconditioned. i HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS I
Trailer Park. Englewood.
depths ranging from 223' to Attractive lake location. - y

331'] backing up to 60' wide 5' Phone 488-4885 or 488-6651. I CROSSLAND MOBILE HOME, .

deep canal with access to Inter. WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedroom 1 10x20, screened patio. Water-

rotstal waterway, zoned R-3. *, IVi baths, garage, front Lot No. 1, Harborlites, 817
Ideal sites for motel, restaurant dork. Reasonable. Margaret Tamlaml Tr. ? 2 BLOCKS TO
marina, filling; station,
Drive Laurel Villa. 4882464.
n ESTATE INVESTMENT
Tong! front ge of Sorrento 2! BEDROOM, completely fur Mobile Home. 8x25 ft. $550. H. N. W'mmer.-Rea'tor' 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
Shores. Will sell one lot or all nished. Separate garage Carl's Trailer Service Sara
Sin' lots for $12,000 each Warm Mineral Springs. $10,500. sota. Phone 9244448. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent SO i 120' Lot 41

Termi. phone Venice 488-5027, Russell-RiKbv Margarita St., Duplex In wonderful location. Small TOTAL PRICE $10,900.00H.
or visit Sorrento Shores Sale Phone 4261203. Inspection in 10 FT, WIDE, 45 ft long, M.,. for Wetter Union Telegraph

Office located 4 miles N. of vited. rolls 1963 Trailer and Ca down payment with good terms on Monday thru Fridiy 9 to Si: Saturday te I N. WIMMERS

"mice, B mile..S. of Sarasota. bana. Lot No. 156, Municipal CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR 0

SMALL- TRACT- IN GROVE. t lot BEDROOM, city water frame.and Corner sewer Trailer Park. Reasonable. balance. For further Information HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. Miami Ave. ,

Large enough for thirt n Walk to school and store. $7,250 10' x 46' VINDALE. ALUMINUM -- 488.5308
Iota with 15,000 sq. ft. in each. 30 per cent below cost! Call :2& bedrooms tiled bath call 488-6413 or 4884196. -

Zoned R-l. On county 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. gas heat large gat tank, wall

|talllsd street 200 ft. West of oven, Kelvinator sliding doors,
Timitmi Trail 3V4 miles ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice exceptional I closet space and This
forth of Venice Vt ml. South section of Venice. Two bed. cabinet, TV antenna, awnings, VENICE GARDENS Space
Of Sorrento Shores. $19,000 rooms two baths, screened covered patio. Nice location
terms. porch and carport 1001 Nokomis and wonderful neighbors. Lot AvailableFor
Call Venice 488-5027 or _
r 2.BEDROOM 1.BATH HOME
wm.. Ave., So., Venice 14000. 150 or call at office. HARBOR ,
Low down payment. No closing Your
cost I. Call 4886701.BEAUTIFUL LIGHTS. Central Heat Central Water

Lots For Sale SWIMMING Pool Business Personals Many Extras Real EstateAdvertisement

f LOTS IN S. VENICE, 2 Blks home. 2 bedrooms den, FlorIda I

off X. side of 41. $1,500.00 room. 21x31 screened patio TYPEWRITERS and Adding PRICE $11,500

contact Box 8905, Trailer Ei"let .. Furnished if desired. Good finlnclng. Machines (mechanically operated

Bradenton, Fla. 2102 Georgia Ave. En- ) Chemically cleaned. FRANK RAEBURN
gle'0d. Grove City. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts
lAST GATE 3 choice lota,. if required. AU makes. Venice Co you! enjoy living In the

J Owner> Phone 488-5470. Trade Stationers. 211 W. Venice Ave. lit'WEDNESDAY wide open ipecet where you
For
Homes 488-61IS. can raise your" own vegeta.blat .
BEAUTIFUL LOT in Sorrento have fruit end shade
,
Shores. 100x150 ft. Including WILL TRADE HOMES. 2 Bedroom -
bust home 9 treat., may be a pet or two
dock. IVi baths, CB ,
On paved street, ,
13.9110> Terms. Call Venice large lot on deep canal with SHEPARD or even e couple of hones
4B8- Villa for com for the youngtter -then
-W27 or 488-2791. dock in Laurel rHOMESJjlfll you
SiLL parable or larger home in Ven. LUMBER CO. will enjoy' | owning 5-acres lust$
MY EQUITY in resident- ice area. Phone 4882464. I 1003 N. Washington Blvd. MARCH 25that I few minutes 'from Venice

'lallot 1 in Punta Gordo Fla.,, Sarasota {far only $3,695.00.

known as Charlotte Park. W'I, Apts. For Sale CaJl 2:30: P.M.

IKoiin stUns. GuUbreez ,, ELLIOTT PAULfor 4710.4716 Sawyer Road WATER FRONT Martin S. Stancik
1
DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom,

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, bath and 2 bedroom, 2 bath, ROOT TRUSSES SARASOTA, FLORIDA Sea.Walled to Bay Boat Basin. Northof REALTOR

residential No. 14 & 15,, furnished. or partly furnished. Alum. Windows t Doert- Two Bungalows Buy One or Both Albee Road 90' x 200' V,.;.. 411,1443
Stock 488-569
a, unit 78. 4 Business,, Contract Roofing & Painting ONE BUNGALOW Consisting of LIving Room, Dining $11,000.00 -
J i 29 tc 30, Block :2&. Unit 78., Room 3 Bedrooms Bath Kitchen Open Porch Patio
Gallo, 337 Gardenia Road,, Rentals Phone 488-21J2 Venice I

j 1c. Gardens. Ph. 488-3573. Carport and Large Lot. 4* WATER FRONTOn NOt Not The Ta| M.Kal. MI
of Room Dining >
FORMER BUS STATION ONE BUNGALOW Confuting Living .
Quarters in Sunshine Press Dressmaking alterations, drpirles *. Room 2 Bedrooms, Bath, Kitchen, Large Room Un- tl.;, Bay 298' x 450'. Can be Sub-Divided nice clean CI 2-k-dream'
IAYSHORE ESTATES Bldg. Available April 1st. $75 ete. reasonable 4IS-1130 finished could be extra bedroom or game room, 2 *'> I bath home In qulee. neighborhood

I liighl'' { elevated, choice let. month. Inquire at Sunshine Patiot, Carport and Large Lot. 33500.00 but ,not in e ceme

I its frontage. Across street 1 press. Personal DIRECTIONS: Drive U. S. 41 to Bee Ridge Road, tery. Light traffic but not In"boondoctt.

'"fll' Robert Bay. Beautiful 1 ROOM Efficiency Thence East 2/j Miles to Sawyer Road, Thence South LAKE FRONT VENICE GARDENS ." Only $1,950.
'II
/' R,aion.bU. Phone PRIVATE monthly. 2 room efficIency ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. I Mile to Property. 'Interested .00. well' .
488.S)4() 7 $50.00 Mark's Large Corner Lot
monthly. Near Mondays 8 p.m. St. A little curieut Then call
$7500 Episcopal Church 'pi Hall cull rot Fn* Aopruul.. a HMM lii-4541 .
i: VEI. Shopping Center. 488.2802.APARTMENTS Call 4884794. $3,000.00 UI-37SS. Evenings, 488-I7H"
Y SO. VENICE Home-
Suite flag beach. Only $700. :I ROOM Van- H. P. HORN
Furnished, $55 per month CHIPS JOHNSON realtor
MO. Rt. ice. Female Help Wanted
ft. 1, BonlU Springs Including utilities. Walk to s. 05.4 SC? ."., REALTORPHONE

tVt beach and shopping. Call 474- BOOKKEEPER!: Short hand 306 W Venice? Ave. Phone 488-2241 or 481.227 4M-37IS ANYTIME
MJ Venice Garden Price 1985 or 474-2569. Io2-95o3 *p
PHONE
time.
ability. Full or part
_$.'U50.' Write Walter Polskl, W..t tI..I. od ..tf Contact Mr. Harris, Wood Branch) Office at K.ntMottl, Phase 4J8-IMS U.S. 41 and.,Albee Rd.
.. 73rd Ave.. No' St. *"*'"*"- Dt Coo"Yo. *..... Trad tr at.. Chryiltr-Plymouth. 488-615 ,"'tl -- .
-Ie ria. J.M Call lee JaSs'. oee.saas Ii
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"'ijt GOLFING'with To Yacht HighlightVYC Activity Race li. BOWLING ',S Whips Southeast 16-9 IndiansBy ScoreVenice Indians!In County Finish Second-I





CARL ROHMANN This weekend highlights the High School, strongIn Brand Jump """ ....1III\
annual Florida Ocean got the game numberof Venice Ii.. (SI. F.d., (Ru. 5"n'ld fftl 8v.'
PRO-MANAGER Racing hits but fell short In the the field events, scored 65 Va tln_ (II.) Dto ft. I III ,it.( '*. I
Association's .
big St. Petersburg annual Totnl point I i 00 ..
Southeast points Saturday in the !, ::r'.u\ Wht!
LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB to Venice Race The start run department and 5,5., ,r ti. \
Shirley Smith Hlph with knnd County track meet a1LTh
eu' Sarasota
Tuesday -
downed the Indians 16 9,
I. at 9 p.m. Friday from the Myakka\ Lanes '... Mltn Norwood 1"1: Rush nerleihnndlcnp second to Sara.
St. Yacht .Ith Bnrbnrn Ynrmr, '11.Ion".vo In a White Sands Confer and finished
I HUSBAND AND WIFE FINAL Petersburg Club. The fcnelewArtl.tl. : ,.<\ No,..... n.(... ence at Bradon- sou High School's 90 points WORLD'S
played
estimated arrival time at the C.rlln BI... .......1 Srrnlrh UrrrRlvmn 08''., Henu"' 1.10.. 66"-ITIO" game 56 11
with
Rare it is when club has husband and wife playing third
a golf a finIsh line off the Venice Jet- Th. M.. Shop, (It ChurkRrltnr FI.t Fod..I.0.. Rivervlew was LARGEST
for the championship In the same year. But that is what t-Up Boltlln. Co, too-l29.I.4- As.I... RoBflnv nf I......... ton.The Seminoles who defeated and KMI last with 31V4. AUTO INtUIMCf (
ties is ( a.m. depending .. .,.. OMTminmwTiui
Saturday III rhIiII K oil Un- ntt Lit. So's. (ldw.ll. Key Annry, tUl, LnrJohn > I
has happened here Jim McPherron had already reached the on wind and weather. sass Bn..kr of the ...... Chuck, Brlurnnrnld "V ..... Amerirnn "...fl... Venice by an 8-4 score In the Bruce MacDonald was the Call!
finals and will play John Snvder 36 holes this weekend for themen' The 0..... tit .frit. 1'.1..... 1241, ".'''.,, Roorl... I04 i P..... Tov.i season's opener two weeks "go only double winner for the In. ITI'u: '' ,
race is co-sponsored by (...>r.. Lnonnnl. 221, Sid NMdlm.n, 101*. Howler of thn week. Bob .. ITOmtll! HUGH
championship, while Mrs. Irene McPherron got by Mrs.Duicle scored six times In the first meet 55154415 """ I
the St. Petersburg and Venice too' Kermit Mora.. III. StnnHlnr.1 er. H.wh Mu.uley. ttl I Urry J.h.. dians. He set a new
Wright Tuesday to reach the finals of the Ladies' Yacht w... A... -..... sot _.n. P.I." toa-tidi AI 8tenrtrom, tot-tnti l F,.11'I'I Inning. After the Indians tallied record in the discus with a McPHERSON
championship She will play Mr.. Charlene Rule this week. Clubs. Co-chairmen forthe I... 4744 i 1_' (1.d.oW. ...../ 1'.... ".tlhew., Ill : R,.... Maahka, In P59-IJ? 488-6567
the two
rare are Bud Caldwell ofst. mui. ph.rm.rr, 4l'i-IT,. .indlnmi ('>im H... nnd .. two runs In first throw of 139 ft. 4 Vi!, in. He cop
In the Lake Venice Flight Guy Bennett and Lou David : Petersburg and C. C. Llt..tI Toner*. Trarhwn Innuldoi ...rflnr. IS-141 I K.. A...... .. the third and four In the fourth ped the shot put with a 46 ft. =:;
Vnth had to go 19 holes to defeat Lea Lovelace and Knute IMl, Hob. Hcdrlck, sill J.okl. white EI."h..t..d Modern Phillip. IISummer. ; to take an 8-8 lead. Southeastcame
(Chips) Johnson of Venice. On ,...,... nil Rill Plndw, ..... Rowlmrdrlrk 11-1'. 7 f In. effort.
Erickson to reach the finals In the semi-finals of the Pelican .' back with four In the SALE-
Nnnwrr Vie
the race committee at the star e tho o.k. M..n.o) BI..t sod 5.b I MeClnln Bob Harrison took the pole
Flight Al Staughton play. Jim Duncan and Dr. R. Wilcox Hot I'h..., losi I Will """. Venetlnn Curden.. !ie74t i Spear. 1.... fifth, a singleton In the sixth
are Caldwell Lou Hein and ...... .. the bar at 12
ions. M... M... oonv.rUd. th. I-T-ld K4t Venetian "" 50C7. .. .. ,.f vault going over
plays Herb Walker. Tom Downs At the finish will .eii Drum Jon.. h.d Moond lOch >,lnis the week. Honer X.nborn Carl Rohmann and five in the seventh to Ice ft. Charlie Hodges' 5 ft. II In.
Al! Norton goes against W. Wild in the semi-finals of the Ii a tit. St.ndlnni Clmn Swi..., of WAMR Hndlo rolled n triplicatearorn the victory
be
Johnson Mrs. Sidney C. of 111. Other .... ... jump broke his old markof
high
n-nl Luckr Jon, 18-441, Will Don, lOch AS IS
Alligator Flight and the winner will\ meet Col. C. Richmond Richard and Carl
.. ,, Gange CARS
chroder, Merle Graser. Wil. 11-4.. Rill n" ., SIS: Stew Sanborfl. 5 ft. 10 In Hodges was sec
who defeated Geo. Gudts Tuesday liam Noyes and V. L. Mason. T.......... Nliht Mii.l 11.1. Kll- 007 ill.; Tom Rnlwllno. till I Rmter Sanhorn Miller had three hits apiecefor I ond behind Riverview's Greg
In the 9.hole championship W Grant and S. Callaway The 90 mile from h.. 176-4MI, Hurrr y......, 1011 I JohncLiuihlin >...Bob, Wlihlnit Praraon Well. 101...d Bl.nnlnnl' V.netl.n Hood. Venice and Sam Morgan 'io 55 Pontiac ?
course runs G.r. Gilliland\ who went 5 ft. 11 > .. 45
meet in the upper bracket while J. Scott and E. Van Ness the .. 14.11 i." '. Furs Iniurnnra, .>n., 54.54 : Hard M.nufacturlni' tl-ITl' collected two. Gary Mo .er,
St. ,
Petersburg Yacht Club 5i7.1571. tk.sie' of it. wtrk. Hi.sKutb Teke.' In. to break the previous county 4-Dr. (Green
make up the lower bracket. All flights will finish by March 27. out the southwest channel at ..d Hurt MrPhmon Sundlnmr, don: tt-1 Hnrdwnrn. sad American to. I Ben Sanders. Craig Thompson I )
The
I record of 5 ft. 11 in.
R...1 C.bisu. ,;..
01'1-41' My.kk
GOLF ETTIQtETTEOf Egmont with boats ... .. vralrn-Axkoml., Bulk G.,. nnd Doll. Terry Caudle and Richard 149 Ford .....
leaving ... $69
all the of recreation. the recognitionof Key .1. (1U-4IUI FUhw Elnrtrio, -Pfl Bl.rk. II,*! ,...1. .Bnltnn, Sit i H.nrr tohlwing\ registered the other third new record was set by ..
phases golf as .
marker Number Three to II'ir-41" W.nkmnn, 121.! Past. 8nnd... otl, Tom Stingline of Sarasota In 2-Dr,
the other player and respect for the golf course are either 11...,.. CltI,.. n.0s155IN TI>"", OOII. }Hmdrlck. Conntruetlnn loTT-2 T7. Indian safeties.
avoided. port and down to the finish l. I. W....,.,.. nis1, M. !'hlpm.... .Hundlnm I H.ndrlek. Conrtruetlon, 14P Next for Venice will the low hurdles 21.4 seconds. '54 Nash
not realized or carelessly line off the Venice Jetties. 5451 l H.. Rmu, Ion'I., mr w..., 5 .b.t 111,. Ribbon. Plr-n-P.r Dross, game Complete results: ........ $245
If all golfers would realize the impact and enjoyment that A radio and telephone stand 64. Bowlm of thn ...rk, Fl.ln Wltbnrd klw.nl. Club. 10.'<: Mnkkn LP GUI, be> against undefeated River. 2.Dr.. Overdrive/

etiquette on the golf course adds to their game every person by will be maintained all night ...H-M I. ,W.ai; ..Skunk... SUndlnnl Hollowi, Huh'.-11,III.Cote...,. M-IT, Pnul Bowlm 1'0..of.'.the wash Lol. Heltonnril view here tomorrow at 4 p.m. no...... M.1l nurdlM., r.di.w I1n.) '55
would go out of hi. way to make this phase the No 1 thoughtat Friday at the Venice Yacht 1-4" RniwwKn Ouldn Royd. H....'. In a conference clash, H...,. (81 Pitta tVt. Dwplt (cKI.) Pnlmr Pontiac .. $145

all times. Club. A brunch will be aerved F.l.t.ff E.rlr; Bird Rill ltamoel.n. Traniportntlnn.. 1B4-H7 : Hou.h'. 7',.... Venice 2024001-9135 IK)..T-..1.... S), Moom 4Dr. (Brown)
', ...."nn. ,.1111. St.0.... of .... w.-k. 100rd d h Stlntlln (
Rules and regulations] on anv golf course in the world are the captains and crews at IIam. II.ward. Mil,Awnlnn Edw.rd.,Awnlnn.107.871 ;I 116 8hlru*. Fowl-* Ouldn BoH ..d Brltr, C.......... Stnnd- Southeast 600 041 5-16 13 4 ((81. Net... (5(1. Prdm <( made ONLY to help] all enjoy this sport more. at the Yacht Club de. .... of the ...k. Arnlm Ru..rll sod Bill ,less i Corn'. G.,., 2.>l Wm. Aol Ill-.- ird* iR)" T-IO.I Pontiac .. $295
.,.. Sit. ..d Win... Rml Entntn, 0074. A...,. Apnnrtl. Mite run Ghuuiimr IKH..th\
B..II.: Amlfv RuMrl). V. Gu, 111 4-40, nnl C> /
for |
What can be more irritating than to have to walt pendent on arrival time.A its M.dKn Power*, Put Oil 4PI*. Bhrod. J....,... 5Vi.. H.... W.tor '**. ..11.It..II. IS). H..I_ 'Ri, Thommon <4Vt.< | Hardtop
every shot while, the group in front are looking for their ball cocktail party and the tro- St.sdh... Ed.ol.. A.nis. 1'.11 .. 110...... Trl. PVrnH.omln Shirk (81. T1.01.: 56
standing around talking lining up their putts for 5 and 10 11r G... 5tt-ie" % Sms... Mo.ie. Norwood' Ronll... I IM, .nd 0041! .440.._,.rd, dvh MrDonildW Vt, N.l.o (tKi 4119. Rambler .. $295
phv awards will be held at ; EarlyWynn' Lanes M.I WnoJ ........, lit .nil ttsi| A... IK) Knurr ( )
minutes, standing on the green and counting each stroke 4:30: p.m. A buffet dinner will BLIork ln..rnnrn Adrllnn Rnlh 10" TV 1IMO RUndlnmi I tM Woodylt R.lloT (SI low T-*nurdlH S',.o'ft. Bllnillrn (50 Hardtop
_... 1.0..d : -
practicing a missed putt etc Behind this group every green. be served from 7 to 9 p.m., followed Mtomllnn,... Hs,... 5141 1 And. G....,., EBB Pn..... LOT Fe,.. Th. n..-k.hmiMt ..1 Artloii 10.10.. TV Norwood 5745.Kd..vs Raoflnf ".Z', '.d.. IRI. Ptt! (VI, H.rri. (451. 57 Plymouth.. $295
.
while front of them 2 or 3 0 Chwrolrt, .24 Bowl.nl of thnr Pultmr, (Hi. T-II 4 (..w ...s.du.p50.pc.d .
fairway and tee is jammed in ttt nnd 1741 W. 5.1. ..'I R OrM.I.. ..
by dancing to the musicof ... u I Unnn M""
*. (;.n HIM and And. Grrark Shorn, J....., Whlw. Ph...,, run, Hull( SI, R holes are open. Bud Lawrence and his I.... 11111 l Puncnn, Ohnrroln, IPOa.ata.dl.a Coiirln.,r Will! ,TlnMit Tom H Rprclnltr.nm' Builder.,, 10'1,| I."I 1ta..1oa Stoat Rplrlt.Kplrlu. IOU tit >nd...121 for. T.rmodr (HI. Miffhn, (tat), D.kmch ((11)).
,. I'T7 '
The average 9 holes of golf should easily be played In "Salty Dogs." ., Duncnn Wolf.r Chrvmlet! On.41., TI-X9 1 Coot's.M.rtln.sin lip | n... rhwn. Qu.d Clllf Oolf Club, I St..dl.n. tub/ 111"01. U.I. 1'..., T I,(5.5.5p'ist mrdlrr .I.. "...-., 54 Ford ........ $245
2 hours not 3 or 34. Club members wishing to attend II.: H........ '1'41101ta..1... JJm till D.ybhs.s' EnrLwnod. .17'. Knit C0.sdi HOUM...,Itoh 10211. Th.Oit7s.2a of A.t.o..i..s.s:. tO'4.44'4 10'-48'. ..d CI..N..Io Rlvrrvtow. Voei,. ... KMI. T-s ,00 0.. '/2 Panel
Whenever complaints of how slow] play Is, we find In most the buffet and dance may On .. (4-44 ml O..hou.. ...... ""5sth.. MsSt. Tsex. Ts.sbh,.. C'..,... I20.T.rd "Sods Mm. (Si, P""l,.,lVI
cases that it Is NOT THE BEGINNER who seems to always make reservations ('.......11' ,..... M.d. Po...... Broo' "0',-47'',. and Eaae W.. Ci..,. St01, 515i" i Bill H..... Rnffi.n.' 114 sod ( Kumnnlll. Kl, Miller. (tll.) Fl .- '54 Buick $145
by calling
,.. .. .. .
T-.250L .
,
ISl
-4*Il I Lnrrr Mlvmi II HJ'tl PnllyMit.mon ,.17',. 506 l CruftomMi M* und 1M"' 5 (
be blamed BUT golfers who have plsved for 10 to 20 years. the club. 4911, Dnvlfn'. Gnrae*. TV4 E EritUHl. 'iluir Wvnn Claimle Harold Kmlth 1'..".. ...., en-Ill. Minim US_It.Sunrtlnnt B.,.... Mil. rein! v.nuota, V nle.. Hirerlrw 2Dr.
Although the rules of golf are discussed and torn apart everyday '. Fnrnlturn.. t>". .Bowlm" of fOO and to' for II41' Ue Free fl ..d II-I mid HiiCflnii. fi.fl > ind KMI. T-<:4101. '
.h. werk, Fliln;' Froderick. Lnrnr III...., ."I SOugh jump OIIIHind (Ri. HndcoI '
for .
5251 Terr. Bonrbeer RnilnriMd ,...
( 101 .d F.l.f.f .
very seldom is thorough thought of etiquette discussed. Pvt. Grisddle BI.n.h. Olll'" ..d 0.. .,.... .. Hnrrlt .. 101, for 19... .lrwnod ftnvlnm A !..G.. IM WW.n .nd I VI, H.rriMMi. tV*. P.ikr. (SI, Nttemi 58 Rambler. $395
Let's put more emphasis on this phase by following these Hmdrl" ......... thn I-K-IO .pllt SmKh'i, n..*.,.. a '.h.l.. FW.enen lOsi 1 Pi.d NMf-rh.uiwr gr., Gulf <,... Kl. ..d Polls 81.) H-4 R. 11V4 45.los. Wagon
..d EmmM ,......,... th. t-4-10 8t.nd- Cnllahan, Brltton1. H,,,.. of ,..... dm Auto C'....... record.)
1811 Hminr Shnn.rood
but wherever Studies Petroleum 1
simple regulations not only at Lake Venice I.... Brlttoni Fnrnlturn.. 1I'4-im' sIts.., 1751| Judy Embury, Fnflewood Enrlrwoml IInl... A tn.. (IIlwood Polo ...It Hurrlmt (Vi), Fulton '
you Plav throughout the U.S. Pvt. Walter H. Grlsdale Bon Rood' Dninr, nnd Cwlln. G..... S<. ink, 4791, Rrltloni H's,.. of Furnkum ,;.., Rnvlnhfl .... B I... 527 1 Colt: (ISI nnd GTWMI <(dww <(5)< ), Gnmiil 60 Renault .... $195
H Snporlor Hontlnx t4'4-IV' 771 IIh,. I..., ... .. 111'' K -II ft.01st.
to : 1301 ptandmnt G". A. C. t.oi. Smndlnninrlmood
(a) Lost Ball permit following group play through. of A. Route .. SSstflt.SM' Vt. rh.p.. 4Dr.
George Grisdale Rrlwr'n. Suirlnlr. Helen C..H.fl- Sh_ Inc.. H4-Z11, ';n.l_ Bnnk .(. s.rlnn B 1.., 1-M, Prtrt --
(b) Par 3 Holes Permit following<< group to drive.c I 1, Nokomis Fla., has completed 'ITI i M.rchlonei ........*, Qt FlorPln at' Venice Furnltnrn 8442Moody 7w"* 50-40< ... Willow ..... Court 151. Ya.......... IVI' 10.0.. IY.).,........
Id. ,. cs.,,. 1714 Bowler. of thneek. I.. .... '. 1 It 1W r. < t. innr .dl."hotptlt
of Loll n."""' -41
) Keep all carts at least 20 feet from apron greens a 13-week petroleum prod .. ( MurDoniild Vi) Ch.p....
Thelmn Demereat.. tl pin. overmve $ouhera !Sprinr n Stnmplnc, 1.l| Joe Bill Ftillllpi r rd Ml.*l use Mil. WOLFER
Upon reaching green, place carts on side toward next tee. ucts analysis course at the ... etnndlnnt! ...tll.. ll.. Cnrn40 Kro.t.. South Venice, Area Volunteerre ,I. 01....'. lI.k..... |7t .nd 455g Will (let'. Sps.10ed tVO I, Fot_ (III, top-
"- tom Sunin r ,.,. .1H-441. I....... Ill Gertrude ..1'1.) p.44 ft. 7 t".
(d) Be sure each of you have bag and clubs Never should Quartermaster School, Fort Kln>k, Gif PVldr And. 0 Run. tuft Lnrkr Th '.
,,rllle'i v.... 4D4T.ServUofl Wind Marine, 4771 Elmer Rlcker, Sun. dine.,u H...... Slnrlnlr. 1441 I 411.... Ait-
two play from one set of clubs. I Lee Va on March 8. I J..k Rnllork 111 I 11.5.int noait Motel' COS I Venire Heatlni. IM II n. Briutr fuikm, 507t; Und 0 Run, ,
(el) Enter sand trap at closest point to ball and smooth The 23.year-old soldier entered ,. Illilli I A... K. lOJIS-JWl. St.nd.nt .. ..d I7M Statidlnrx Wlll-nn-lnn .e'.4.' 2555. fttnitdlnnl Oh"'...'. B.k.... 74JH I flCHARTER BOAT I MOTORS INC
Culllmni Soft Wnter 05.11. Ven.Lumber 19'>.. Oiilf, Wind Marlnn MVi-10, nndenlce H.'.". Mnclllr, "....n"H, and Und "ALBATROSS"FISHING
land with club when leaving. the Army in September .
Co. 16-14. Rndford Conntrun.nd Hntlnn (4-42. o Bun 50.45.AJOC .
(f) Leave green immediately after putting out and mark 1963 and completed basic train. ::. .,.'h Florida, (...t..tlo. MI... BOWIIVB FRnrcRAHEnlw0d DIVING
I II.... It..... A'stla Ptt.k. 0iII' MIIII. Hmdlnn, Publl Marketa, !M, Ekmmt.ry;. Fntil Roth Rambler Dodge
core on next tee. ing at Fort Knox Ky. ,.. JoOss.i. ..11 1 ilIa 1Ia.. .Ia Golf Ed terhiiber.. Don II.... I... Ren.1 I Ill: D... Toil... lVtnlr. '. Captain Bob Hendrlrks
(h) When any hole Is open In front of you you are play. Grlsdale is a 1958 graduateof M.rI... 5055. !'tandl..., HIIPN ';>tnte, til and till, Bertha Drew, rienraUlT Connlt BrtH I Tarpon Center Marina I 915 S. TRAIL VENICE
i.d. !>->! G.If.IIo, It-Ill, SIB "I.h'. ..h_. 4611| Don Ba>el. Inc. Real Its I Jeff Snurbmr 17T.C.rlr .
alow. Permit following to thru or speedup Royal Oak Dardero High Ph. 488.6150
Ing too players go .. 488-1845
-11'.. F;.tlt.. 5551: Ktni's.nd Inl., B Loon. i w,.. 8nlon" tlnd. Pond Ph.
your play. School Royal Oak Mich., anda 01L01 C..r! Km: M..I""",, tIc.bore .. 2244. Stssdin.. Th. P.t" Mats .. .... III .nd IM; M.I P....> (14 ..d Ml L -- -

(i) Never hit practice! shots on the golf course. Use the 1962 graduate of Albion College ..., Renltoni.' Bl.lork tlMtlr. I.n.I..OO;...,..... NiimloMl '5554.
driving range or practice area for this Albion, Mich. owlen of the ....k. Lenrn Johneon nnd I

m i) Never practice to regular greens.
(hi) Replace all\ divots in fairway and ball marks on


0. greens The rutes of golf are written whereas the etiquette of A MAN'S CHOICE

golf Is understood.

FOR


Campbell-Rapp

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Pinochle Leaders __


A. O Campbell of Venice Grobman Wmamac, Ind, 101 ;

and Dave Rapp of South Falls- Mrs. Carl Rollerson Plainfield Palm Beach

burg, N. Y. are still in first N. ... and Mrs Mae New. ?. .
place in the north-south posi- some Albany Ga., 96 -
tion following the second session The third and final round
of the duplicate pinochle '11'11be\ held Tuesday. The top

championship tour n a men t four players will be awarded ,

Tuesday at the Venice Civic trophies at the conclusion of
Center. the final session. For this final Put your best 'Toot forwardat

Their point total Is 116, round players will have to i-u1.
while in second place with I choose a different partner. The EASTER. See our

138'i are Arthur Brooks winner will be declared the
points jf4v1
of
selection
Rahway N. J., and Charles I "Champion Duplicate Pinochle large

Widman, Km ston. N. Y. Player of the State of Florida." ,

Other standings in the north- .

touth position: SUITSthey're

Leslie Heath Venice. and I Venice, KMI ,
Henry Metz, South Venice LOOKING
133; Mrs H. B. Shaw F.n11c.: Play' To 1-1

wood and Curl' Pouch. Schon.

arlc N. Y. 1324 Mr. end Tie Saturday here now! UP

Mrs. Abe Mandel Venice 0

126H ; Ri-hard Doyle East KMI and Vtnlce played to a .5/

Orange N. J., and Walter 1-1 tie Saturday afternoon herein \ _
Wolf Venice, 125'a; Charles a non-conference game, new styles :

Newell Philadelphia and Carl halted by mutual agreementafter leathernew
Connersville Ind, I IliltillU new ;
Schoenholz, eight innings. LOOKING
111 ; W J. Franklin Simcoe The Indians scored first in colors ]

Ont., and A. B. Ivy, Port Dover the third inning on four walks

Ont, and A. S. Porter, a fielder's choice and a wild
Point Pleasant. N. Y.. and D. I pitch. The Kaydets came backin AHEADHIS
M. Miller Point Pleasant the fifth to knot the score
105V4 ; Mr. and Mrs. Herman on two errors a single and a by. .

wild pitch.

VHS Golfers I Terry Caudle held KMI to FLORSHEIM
two hits, while his teammates
I were collecting five off Kaydet
Capture MeetFiring Dave Messmk. Jim Sikora and SHOES COLLEGE IS ASSURED!

I Carl Miller had two safeties

a near.record break. apiece for Venice and Caudle

; Ing golf 152 team the scored Venice an High easy School vic garnered Left fielder one. Craig Thompsoncame trtw ien' The young man In the picture it Langdon' Hammer. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.

'j tory last Friday in a five-way up with the fielding gem hnpAi Forrester Hammer of Venice the I
meet at Lake Venice Golf Club. of the day for Venice in the ( have joined Scholarship Club at the Venice

Bill Johnson was medalist of third inning when he made an Noltomis Bant. The Club will
Scholarship a large of child'scollege I I
the day for Venice with a 38 over the shoulder catch of along 225 W. Venice Ave. pay part your

while Martin Satava was one drive off the bat of Tim education.All .
488.1620 I
Phone
atroke behind at 37. Danny Hepler. -
Kiehl fired a 38 and David Caudle did not Issue a walk

Bowles Second a place 41. went to Fort and men.fanned His opponent four Kaydet Messink bats VENICE FLORIDA you do ;is join and start a savings account Save $10. monthly if your '

Myers with 162 Sarasota was walked four and struck out 12. child is under three
third with 167 KMI fourth with $20. monthly if over three, but under' six. This savings I

179 and Palmetto fifth with account is yours now and always. You never have to spend it unless you want


201.Venice Myers tomorrow will travel for to a four.Fort JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER. to. The earnings of this account, donated to the Scholarship Club, will pay a I

large part of child's the
during last
way meet with Charlotte your expenses three college years. I

North Fort Myers and Fort

Myers.
Only children under ih are eligible.! Don't delay./ Do as the Hammers have

done. Come ;in today for full details. I


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CLUB VENICE, FLORIDA I


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$ \ of Sarasota It P. O. Box 1014 Venice, Florida



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BAr. MARCH 19. W4 \_
< ,TH E G O'rTtfO t U: 1 ER PAGE THTRTEEN!
,,"" _

r Venice East News Chamber OKs ". British Elections Ii



By SALLY STUBBS County PlanThe High School I
tames a home in Alma, Mich.

-..Venice East Community Assn. held its regular monthly Alma is the site of Alma College Venice Area Chamberof Rotary Subject H

I Monday night in the offices of the U. S. Land Develop- and Mr. Brown is employed Commerce will\ join the

Tco building. The president, Mr James Smith, conduct. there. Sarasota County C-C in a program News A. S. T. (Peter) Painter, ly. by Winston Churchill, hoMe
the business meeting. The by-laws for the organization which The Browns spend fire aimed at improving formerly of London England, secretary at the time. Since
been drafted by the executive committee were read and {months of the year here andentertain transportation facilities in the but now residing on Casey Key, that time there has been I lew
n sinned unanimously by the member. Hostesses for the many of their Michigan county. VACC directors have By DIANE LENIIART and GENE EDDY gave members of the Venice- militancy in politic, be a Mod

'ang were Mrs. Edward related friends during that time. authorized a transportation Just about every student the next day and couldn't play Nokomis Rotary Club "A Lay The speaker said a labor
Mrs. Wilbur Funk, and many anecdotes of At present they have guests questionnaire to be included in came back to school Monday that night. man' View of the British Election party victory at the pail
ac1.Lester Davis and they their Fred early year from Saginaw, Mich, Mr. and the next monthly newsletter sporting sunburn of one degreeor I -0- Scene," at Thursday's would mean a very critical: reappraisal
whom
Id refresh"16"1" after the everyone call. Mrs H. Houffle. The Chamber board also voted luncheon meeting In the Early of British-American
'Blondie,' said his another, the result of an en- The Para-Medical Club had
MI. The entertainment for him. When he wife named -- -- to support the proposed extension joyable weekend on the beach. been the guests of the Sarasota Wvnn's Steak House. relationships, since in England:
evening was a Games to her was first intro.duced Venice East Is very proud of of bulkhead lines in These sunburns, a touch of Memorial Hospital every Wed- The main difference, he the laboring people do not accept
hi and It was run by Dr. hello, Blondie"she said, "Well, their entrants in the Mrs. Roberta Bay and Curry Creekto Spring Fever, and the noise of nesday afternoon for the past pointed out, is the English American leadership vith-
"Mee Montgomery One new stuck. Present for and the"name America contest. Three lovely create. a four-acre!: roadside the construction of the new additions month. Tours of the hospital, three-party system Labor, out question as do the Tories
mber Joined the association Mr. th4;tVnlng ladies. .entered the conte.t Mrs. park at Eagle romt. here at the high school along with explanation of procedures Liberals and Conservatives, instead or conservatives. One very par
were and -
Mrs -- -
Charles Brown of 154 Sand- Edward Donald Uysert, 221 Venice Directors discussed the adoption make it mighty hard for a person and departments are of our two party system. ly effect would be a Labor
Tracy, Mrs. Jan
Balmer, Mr. East Blvd The Liberal are NOT liberal, Government committed to the
Mrs. George Kun-
;
of
'*! Drive. and some sort of memento to concentrate on his explained to help liven the
-..o- Mrs Russell Moore, Mrs. kle, 133 Sandhurst Drive and typical of the Venice area for studies. Although we'll agree students' Interest in planning a he explained but very much a closing of the American Polaris r'
Justine Steussy, Mrs Audrey Mrs Reide Onley, 201 Venice "middle of the road" party, bases in England Some
of the persons traveling in foreign that it should be against the medical career. Also comingup
hw neighbors Fred McCarthy and Mrs. Sally and the British Labor other location would have to
East Blvd. Mrs Party
Onley placed
countries to
completely ., Stubbs present to dignitaries law to have school on spring next month for the Para-
-roughs Many, many more Nap. third and has changed tremendously be found for Polaris Subma-
anyone who saw the behalf of
with an informal call on the area. days like the last few we'vehad Med Club is the State Medical
hem their Golden Wed. py Blondie anniversaries were wishedto contest knows how graciously Executive Director C A. we will all be better off Convention to be held in Clear. over the years. rines.
night and Carrie by all. all of the contestants perform (Nick) Keller the Egghead Liberals Medicare Works
Mr. and reported if we can buckle down and concentrate water Dennis Fleming was
Anniversary 0. The "cloth cap" workingman Unlike previously
report
ed. VACC received $715.25 as its until spring vacation, chosen to Venice
had not told : represent at
,. Burroughs Mr. Charles Oberacker from no longer predominate. in heard in America, Painter
-- -- share of the from
proceeds just week off. After vacation, the state convention.
a
me of the occasion, but a Cleveland Ohio, is a house. the the ruling body of the party, said, in answer to a direct
Accidents Home Show.
will it will be matter of
happen and just a
IY' neighbor had found out guest at the home of Mr. and a he said, but that today's leaders question, socialized medicine
visitor at right in your own home, of A discussion of anticipated month or so until June 5. Mr. James R. Lewis, Englwh
//ate through a Mrs James E. Smith on' Pad- are of the intellectual type. work. very well in Englandand
Burroughs home this win- I dmgton Road Next week, Mr. which Mr. Frank Doherty Is problems arising from the proposed --0-- teacher, and also sponsor of Strange as it may seem, he "no ordinary person would
Mrs Earld i well aware. Her fall in her own construction of a new both the school annual and the added "
The guest was Oberacker' brother and his the intellectuals are care to be without it.
of Syracuse, N. Y., and I wife, Mr and Mrs Fred Ober- bedroom resulted in a broken bridge to North Manaaota Key The National Forensic League school newspaper, has an- much more liberal than the In answer to another QU bone in her leg Just below the was tabled for lack of representation finally goes to the state nounced the new members of .
ind Mr. Wood share thee acker, will arrive for visit. original working man type. tion, the speaker said there
a knee. She will be able to from the civic meet t tomorrow morning After the school staff for
get newspaper
wedding date. Fred and They were former neighborsof groupon In fact, he declared, the were very few Communists in
around some on crutches the Key.Driver. originally planning to take 14, next At this
year. writing
soon <<, no trade
Burroughs were mar the Smiths in Solon Ohio unions today are very the Labor Party, since they
"If but she will the: roster was narrowed to word has been
surely be given as to the
.March 12, fifty years ago Their next guests will be future very six due conservative and largely represent are not acceptable to the party.
wary of them for some time. to a misunderstandingabout position these people will hold.
the in
met as teenagers when Venice East residents Mr. and right wing of the The communist party England -
f
the
requirements for the The members are; Nancy Taylor labor is much than
movement. smaller
in
both employed at the Mrs Frank
were Co., in lot Dillik The Dillik'sown first Charged speakers. Attending the meet Cindy Schepp, Linda Mos- Last Big Strike the U. S., he added.
arch Typewriter a on Algiers Street and The New sugarcane will be Kathy Brannon, Bob er, Charles Copp, Marcia Gold- The last big confrontation
wall of their
,jcuse On the will start to build as soon as came west with Colum- Duell!, Howard Trefethen, Mer enstem, Sharon Vasblnder
Sand. between capital and labor, he The word geography has a
home
ly Drive colonial are pictures on of they arrive. bus on his second voyage. After AccidentA riles Brown, Terrence Brannonand Rodney Curry, and Susan Bahry. said, was the general strike in Greek root geographic a
1 -o Charles
Copp.0. ,
1926. That was broken large- description of the world.
handsome young men, Mr. and Mrs. A. Alexanderof .
jtrick C Burroughs Jr., Cape Cod, Mass, have been The Dominican Republic Tennessee motorist was -
n Edward Burroughs and visitors at the Scott Olesen mills more than a million tons charged with failure to have The National Honor Society
lite Lieutenant William D. home this past week of sugar a year In addition to his vehicle under control following took off last Tuesday, March Bank Dinner
'roughs .- growing huge crops of cacao a three-car smashup 17, to tour the University of 1
i the enjoyment of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown beans coffee, rice, peanutsand which injured four persons South Florida. The members, ITSEASTERTIME
For
Anniversary Waltz and 134 Sandhurst Drive also main is a big Industry. the Myakka River bridge. school, boarded a bus Tuesday PrexyThe

Trooper H. 0. Walters of the morning for Tampa, where the
Florida Highway Patrol said a university is located. After
directors and
southbound car driven by William lunching at Las Novedades officers of
H. Foster, 71. of Memphis Restaurant, the NHS stoppedand the First National Bank In Pun-
Tonn, crashed from behind visited the Ringling Museum ta Gorda were entertained last I
Into a car driven by Fran of Art in Sarasota on the week at a dinner at Early
cis Forsythe, 54, of South Yar way home. Wynn Steak House, the occasion II
next to
your mouth, Mass, driving it into, -- being the introduction of I
the rear of a third auto operated -i the new bank president and his
by Henry G. Rehbach, 69, of The seniors were defeated by wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gab-
electricwasher aa" Rochester, N. Y. the junior class last Friday rielsen, who recently moved to 0
Walters said the Forsythe night in the final game of the Punta Gorda following his ap 0

and Rehbach vehicles were intramural basketball games, pointment. Ownership of the
1921. After the bank has been
beating sophomore recently ac-
stopped in a line of traffic on
U.S. 41. Just north of the class Thursday night the quired by a group of leading
seniors met the business and
untried juniors professional men
bridge. The injured included:
(the freshman class had to of Charlotte County.
Lettie Foster wifeof
Mrs. 68,
1QtL the cited driver, admittedto Forfeit) and led all through the Among the officers and directors TIME TO REMEMBER .

Venice Hospital with severe first half with a squad of only who were present with FAMILY AND FRIENDSEaster
cuts of the face, a fracturedleft five men. The five had their their wives, were the following .
wrist, fractured right ankle hands full, for there was no one Gabrielsen, Matthew Handler
and kneecap, bruises of the on the bench to relieve them.It Jr., Frank Wotitzky, David Cards
chest and possible fracture of [ seems that the rest of the Lewis, Dr. Robert Shedd, Robert
the right shoulder. senior squad had a track meet Dibble, W. Duke Taliaferro, I

7 William Foster, treated for Leo Wotizky and Jack Schoon- for everyone, children

cuts.of the lip and right knee I over.
adults
Art grandmothersalso
and a bruised finger and re- Group Elects A fine dinner was enhancedby ,

leased; later readmitted suf- Incidental music provided line of
a complete
; ; ( fering from shock. Board Wednesday by the Fabulous Flambeaux,
j '
,
(j Miss Dorothy Forsythe, 59 consisting of Harold Sprang, STATIONERYART
of Springfield, Mass., sister of The board of directors of Charles Surles, Hoyt Nix and
j a driver, admitted with rib Venice-Nokomis Art Assn will Eric Daniels. They happenedto SUPPLIES
fractures. be elected at the group's annual be there that night givingan
"vi Mrs Mildred Rehbach, 63, members meeting Wed- audition for possible em-

of Rochester, N. Y., wife of a nesday.! ployment at Early Wynn's, an Venice Stationers

driver, treated for leg and eye The meeting will be held at engagement which they won.

injuries and released. 7:30: p.m. in the communityroom The bankers greatly enjoyed
: J JAN Damage to all three vehicles of First Federal Savings their music as well as the din 211 W, Venice Ave ph. 488-6113 I
sf was estimated at $1,900. Assn. ner. ,
Loan
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Changes HandsA I

AUTOMATIC ALL-ELECTRIC DRYER is a FASTEST EVER! You need fewer clothes for

perfect companion, for your electric washer. growing children-and fewer towels, sheets has pioneer announced Venice the motel purchaseat owner

WHAT A TIME.SAVERI Just pop in the doth and linens, too-when you can wash and. dry an undisclosed price of the
and eonvenientl .
and act the dial. "Instant sunahine" isalwiyi everything so quickly Casey Key Motel. The propertywas .

at your command.,,day or night, DRIES BEST, COSTS LESSI! Insist on an cO.eiredie sold last week at public
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WHAT A WORK.SAVERI Goodbye backache it needs no flue and can be installed\ any Mrs. Elizabeth H. Devlns er e

end tired feet. No more lifting and lug where. Aa all-electnc dryer is CHEAPERTO Palaskas, 411 N. Park: Blvd.,
|in|heavy wash baskets to clothesline and BUY... CHEAPER TO OPERATE! said Friday she plans to operate -
the newly purchased tour
beck again. For complete washday freedom, go aR-dedna ist accommodation in conjunc- ttrenjcy
WHAT A CLOTHES-SAVER!Electricity's flameI. with an automatic Electric Washer, Clothes tion with the Nokomis Motel
lee and fumeless heat is gentle to your Dryer, "ait-down" Electric Ironer, and a and other rental properties she
clothes. Dries 'em fluffy, sweet-smelling, super.fast, super-safe Electric Water Heaterfor owns. 11.11
vrinkle-free, ., in billows of warm,clean aur. hot water a-plenty without waiting or Mrs. Palaskas built Venice's you'llit
With.> flamelns all-electric dryer there are worrying.And remember-it's cheaper to go first modern motel in 1940 near
re products of combustion, no fuel odors to oU-Axtrit your kitchen-laundry than to UM the south city limits. Namedthe
linger in your laundry. No fading or yellowing. a combination service,.SEE YOUR ELEC. Holiday Motel, it was partof
Won stay bright, white things snow-white. TRIC APPLIANCE DEALER TODAY. the property purchased by
First Federal Savings and

J Loan Association of Sarasotafor :

-tIN e>4td ;.. .!ameless. ti. ) branch.A construction. of its Venice

m. CNAI" root resident of Florida since!

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 1919, Mrs. Palaskas came to
H Venice from Miami in 1940.
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE GONDOLIER.. __ __ .. __ _.. OII"

covered dish supper will be April 7, at 1-30: p.m. so the The New England Club will 'I Elects Cadwallader
II NPC/ Club NotesBy held Monday, April 6, at 6 p. I ladles can register before the meet Friday at 2 p.m. at the GOP
m. at the Community Centerfor afternoon business meeting.Republican Community Center .in North Arthur M. Jones J. N I
the veterans and their -0- Port Charlotte Mrs Dorothy W. C. Cadwallader was elected Starr Hamilton.It .
ing wives. Those bringing a covered Food Sale Schueler hai asked all real- I president of the Eighth Precinct Mills and decided Oliver to F meet on the
MARGUERITE PETERSON -0- dish will be admitted free, The last Republican Food dents from the New England Republican Club of South was of each monthat
Monday
second
WWI Auxiliary otherwise the charge will be Sale for the season will be held elates to meet with the croup
Phone 436-1309 Three new members were 50 cents for ladies and one dollar Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. since they plan to organize Sarasota County at its organizational 8 pm. In the communityroom Savings
week. Federal
last
of First
Anyone having news Item initiated into the Ladles Aux for batchelors. in front of the Palmer Furniture oon. meeting Venice office,
nay phone me or drop themIn iliary of World War I Veterans After the supper at 7:30: p. Store In the NPC Shopping -o- Other officers elected Included It Loan Assn.,
the news box at I the Seven Barracks 2743 in North Port m., there will be a Penny Auc Center. Greater Pittsburgh Dance Oliver H. Collett vice- South Trail.
Eleven Store In North Port Charlotte. They are Mrs. Harry tion to which the public is in. If you have anything you Members of the Greater president; Mrs. Albert M. Development
Charlotte Shopping Center. Brown, Mrs. Jessica Mazuccl vited. wish to donate to the sale Pittsburgh Club will gather at Coates, secretary treasurer; The Florida
-0- and Mrs George Pfleuger. Mrs. Schmelke also announced please phone 436-1700. the Community Center for a and the following directors: W. Commission spent about $200 I
There were 50 in attendance Mrs. Beatrice Schmelke a time change on the next -.0- dance at 8 p.m. Saturday, G. Loeffler, Ben J. Peters 000 last year In promoting thstate's
at the meeting of the NPC Republican president announced that a Auxiliary meeting on Tuesday, New England Club March M. I Donald E. Heath Frank F. industrial growth

Club last Wednesday
evening at the Community

t : Center.The club held election of officers -.sak.. ...+t at1 aLai41LsV: 'a.IL .xa..sts "_t..uszI :. ::, 1 1f

was and elected Mrs Dorothy president Schueler for- EMIT ONE YOUR CHOICE WITH $5 01 MORE ORDER LIMIT ONE YOUR CHOW WITH J J OK MORE ORDER
lI
another year. Other officer I PHSBWWW'Cocktail

'r/t' vice are Mrs president Carolyn; Ethel Pickens Hadley firs, I I CCoffeeI :DetergentFAB I I

: second vice president; Henr'!
; etta Furchtsam, third vice I

Et president recording; secretary Loraine ;Sansome Marie, ,.I C Ct"i C OA ELUUE C 4

Churchill, corresponding secretary MaxweD49 Excellent39 49 39 : 5s1ooI ;
f 1
and Rita Boyle, treas. GL ARROW f,.

titer A number for a second of candidates term. for i << i t r SiE' Gt. Site

office in Sarasota County were .
guests at the meeting and were }....b..1t. ,.lx tr : .. Y'.L--. ; :; -9.:. .. ,tJ;:I .'.. ---Q'- -: .',.. n... ..7'._" ..-....-.\L4i'......:.,- -- .. '-.. :'. '"- ""''tt...; ...,TUM." .. ':f'b1,, fl;;:. !.'f..>..wteN ,- .-br ,
given an opportunity to greet!

National the present members were Republican of Helen the club.Committeewoman Morris Those, E>v The SMART Place To Co 1 e For GOOD Things To Eat !

from Sarasota;

Mary Orr. candidate for Registrar ; .., SAY Jfc AJTOR AU PURPOSE' !
Robert for 1 -- .,
Zinn Clerk of
; ( \ : ;.z. !!
: :
..E SHI ,PROQ.0'.J'T"l 96'LSI
County Circuit Court; Leslie
.. oil
Miller County Commissioner! ''' COYT. INSPECTED RACE 'A' QUICK FROZEN l.IIIIto.. 99c
for District 3; Charles Schmitt,
County Commissioner for District MAINE IAKINCMm SAVE 29e
5; Bruce Cressy, County FRYER PARTS iis'E$100: _
Commissioner for District 1; Potatoes
Jessie Woods, vice president of
pGatti
Florida Republican Federationof P r SAVE 1 Ife GREEN AUNT !

past Women president; Grace of the Hagerman Republican Breasts C Corn 3 Pelt 49c
Club of Sarasota Women, Thighs orDrumsticks 49 r r Cans
and co-campaign manager of 1 C IBS. SAVE'.De THRIFTY MAID, PO
Robert Zinn and Ruth AnnZielas 33C DERtsiB
i president of the Republican FX ELG Ib.HONEY. 'Milk I Lia t oM 69c
Club of Sarasota Wom ,' .
en. Maths Mardi I* Tan Mull 21 l"l 'I::. ::r.=c. :

Sen. Warren Henderson will\ :
be the guest speaker at the CALIFORNIA 1 ht $100
next club meeting on Wednesday -
April 8, at 7:30: p.m His
subject will be the Homestead 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat, FANCY WINESAP AVI U< THRIFTY MAID TOMATO

; in Act.April.More to attend candidates the meeting are expected eoaohy Rtghb Reavrd Apples 8 1 4 b49 i ( I Juice 4 $100>

-0.- US. NO. I I GLflZED I SAVE in THRIFTY MAID
I Woman's Club FREE 500 EXTRA *:i .

Club The held North Its regular Port Woman's monthly TOP VALUE STAMPS Potatoes 25 990 Catsup 4 TiaeiFt 49'

meeting at the Community FANCY TENDH SAVE lOc IYKES\ CORNED
Center last Thursday afternoon When You Clip and Redeem All 16 Pu "
">
;, with Mrs.33 Paul members Palmeter present! president The Valuable Coupons In This Ad Pole Beans 19( Bed c. 39s


standing, announced committees chairmen as fol.of \ 'U.l UU'U :lUY'/e. ," .... SA.Vl10c ClAdON" GOOD ftO
lows: Mrs. Viola Lessard, pro- R o Z .fQQI) Bars Sft 39'
f cram chairman and Helena TOP..VALUE STAMPS 1 ; u'' .. .
iwmi| *HM pyrilMM 01
}I Johnson Gibbs, co-chairman; Sue I'I'UUU Brand Lian, Crash l lORDEN'S FROZEN SAVE! DIXIE DAJtUKKJ< RABIN

I. Dagg; Ethel and refreshments Ericson Alice Au, hospitality, ;decorating Edna K..BI.I.,ik CM 5' Wlim-Om.&,.5239 Sara. I Fudge Bars 4 PEA $100 a Bread 20er.loaf 29'

'with Erwin Reeves cochairman ONI HI CUITOMII" IMfik all TREAIURf ISLI FROZEN,. / .

and Stella Leeper assist ttl1'fntt'ft'J'fffIYJm'Jm1J. Breaded Shrimp "...n, $100] t SAVE DIXIE DARLING FAMILY tOM
log; Irene Garvey and Hulda Jill 20 ar.
Blend membership; Mrs. Ver- S r-.tI. <<. .. ; ta CYPRESS GARDENS FROZEN Bread AleLemonade
none Tracey, historian, with $
8 )00)
Dorothy Utley and Claire Sal ; l SO""EXTRA' ..TOP.....VALUE/.Oa..rh STAMPS,,of c. g SAVE Uc AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK &
j ovesh assisting; Ethel Hadley fprnow VAHISINQ FROZEN .
Whole Hog Country

parliamentarian.The St. Patrick's. Day theme < link. sausage .... ,69., I French Fr ries 3"1BUDWE1SER ) Beans 6 *:? $100
ji i.turn
was used In the decor with lard Mir Ira Chit.I w
UMII ONI CUITOMII
,(E tacle white glads In a green recep- Cap..V.lid TlirM"li M..di. II ,. b ,..1S.o.Dij'I'\ ;' 8.lS&-GMP.B! W''';; lr.JI
: as a centerpiece on the 6

refreshment Mrs. Lilly table.Downs read a pa ; .tJJml.hUMNINJJl_ _i : _U.fJ r' BEER H Superbranlt Creamy Smooth 5

per Valley on the Freedom Forge, giving Foundationat some 50 war.EXTRA tWo a.e..04 TOP VALUE.lh MnlwM STAMPS. of I 6 Pak 12-0%. Tap Top CansLEGS ICE CREAM "
pertinent information on the Suprbrand j I ,
Foundation which takes a stand ( ttgiChMis J I I I 2 Half Gallons

f for freedom.our American heritage of sad.ash"eoO 0.0 I w.D.I, 99 I
Mrs. Downs was LIMIT 001 011:
named chairman of the Freedom I 1 and at $1.00
Foundation for the club. mtm11fffNfmnmi'fJfJ.rJrJlJJJU.I.I.UWI.IJJ.IlfIJJU limit Two With Other Purchases ..
Mrs. Susan Crean acted as ........... '
-
I"\'O'I'." .
,
: refreshment chairman for the ; LIT;I +. ; 'i ... .. } r I J I "''III. -""" "
day and Alice Au and Julia EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
Gellner assisted her. After the 'Ilk Hill...,..-< Ito,...h...of

staved meeting and number of the ladies. AIViS.ltm ft;;? 59c ] CHUN KING
played cards.blrs.
.
.
.
I j Catherine Love will\ be ''W' iliClnk4 l.HD>i lM> I
the LIMIT" ONI ill (000511Cap.
guest speaker at the next
.V.L Trwrr 101.""II Chinese Food !
meeting on April 9th. Mrs. QUICK FROZEN S T011. AVG. I Specials
I Love Is from the Home Demonstration '

of Sarasota and Extension County Service ef.u\f.u.( :.\ Uf.'lf.f.'l' ''tfD L 11 M B how' Meia Noodles 2 :.29c

-0I | SO. EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS I Soya Sauce 2 :SSSS: 29e
*rwd.a.0"T
Mi
Civic >M 5
Association d
,I The Board of Directors met p.rese* I Divider Pak Chicken( ':' 59c
69c
this morning at 10 o'clock at Swtsr ,,: pO'd 4ge
I I't Per
the Community Center for their 20 aa/.lr. LIM"C.a cot" CIooIo ru 1 eunooleV.W WIwr5.a new Divider Pak Beef e ti 59c
regular business meeting before \1hrw1M sash Str
I the Civic Association Divider Pak Mushrooms 49
?
meeting next Wednesday, W'fl'm'tmll'ft'fffftfn'j'jm. W-D IRAND US. CHOCE CLOSE TRIMMED EZ CARVE I

March H at 7:30: p m. r r c/ aTcr-Q
John G. Boyle I general Rib
Roast
79WD
50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS Sar1101ETc lb. LENTEN SPECIALS
chairman, has announced that
..*. """"'.... .M prd.wM.lSalado
a bus trip to Busch Gardens I'
in Tampa Is being planned for
Tat 2 MS-; 48c BRAND U.s. CHOICE CLOSI TRIMMED PUT TASTE 0' SEA HEAT & UllYI
iW\11\. Monday, May llth, by the Civic ) '
sadahIrem.1aww.PntaroOMIt
Association. Early reservations a Fish Sticks t\\.x 79c
f ONI m CU&lOMIIc. 10c .
.. .
II Bee!
t limited.are requested If interested as bus ,space please Is WNfJlmlfJ1'ffN'fmt'ffmJ Y.W'hIh' Mad' Stew S"IOeL WISCONSIN MEDIUM AGED

contact any of the following Cheddar Cheese 59cSliced
-
committee members: Lynn lil dN.umNiNllt'IJJ! ARMOUR STAR
I 1 WISCONSIN SLICED NATURAL MUCK MUENSTER OR
,
Seamans Ruth Hanaelman,
SO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
.' Hazel Keisling, Fred Niestoec- rah. area **t*.nnlMi.st Caraway Cheese69c
I kel, Wilfred Lessard or Mr. laM Bacon ". 49c
: Boyle ( Raked Rues 43e KRAFT'S
i:1 -0- Sad.air 1.110 CIooIo.0.051 W514'4eaw. I" Longhorn Cheese "..** 49c
a
NPC Boat Club LIMn.. ON' nl. Cu1TOMntar. QUICK FROZEN BONELESS VIAL
Mao BS
; Members of the North Port V.114 Tkrask
Charlotte Boat Club will I
gather mffjf'rr.rtJ'ilm(, ,
i early at 6.30: p.m., at the a ; Leg Roast lb.79c
,, Community Center for a covered mw.l.lUUUUUllUN.l.lJ.ltmI' S> i .A.A.A, 1.J..A. .
dish supper prior to the i 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS In Our DAIRY DEPT.Wieners .
..... '
I regular business meeting at wltk Ikli Mra ad na nn h of COPEIANDSAI MEAT SKINLESS

7.30.Alan; Dagg, program chairman spear Altar Freun 4 Pkgt.99coadwI Iraccali 3 SA121111b: SUPIRBRAND Delmonico SPECIAL
I has announced that Jack ,Kin Chot a Wloo 0.."1_ $100
Stanford. of the Stanford Marina salt ONI m Cu1TOMaaCap. PSG
t .v.1tI'h...;h Mad tl .
'4 in' Englewood will be the Margarine 49 :
; guest speaker and will talkon tD1 :mr.mt.Yittmf1fI:. : :: ; fItfitj; : TARNOW'SILICIC'

I t i the "Red Tide" and Its tJJJJ.IJUUUfI.llJ'. : U. ,. I''w .
i causes Commodore Bob Can Bologna
t field urges all the members of SO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS F45C OFFER
"
'I the club to attend the meeting. wok.. .... _ad0. erakwC

I t i J plans The for Boat a boat-a-cade Club is making to Alii CItrI.saW'1 pin or,19e SLICED QUARTER C 2 Lk DElMONICO Elbo acaronl I

gator Creek on Saturday end.air I"CAM 1 wa.0.Mera 4 I Ibs. 49 In M ll-.tllv., nwable Dl4lc -. BYwclilceefrlitWilr
ONI HI CYS10MuCares :
March 21, with a rendezvous Won V.Id Trash Mad al Jl rk.LOlns. .59'
afterward at the Oyster Bar in .

Punts Gorda. Final plans win _.-, -- .-- __ .. _...
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be announced at tonight's meet- -- ---


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THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964
4( THE GONDOLIER PAGE fFi1al



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lab o'o'b oeh Sao a o o aa Prices and Brhedule! of Votes for New sad Renewal Subscriptions

DROPPING 25,000 FRIDAY PHONE if*.S80I GONDOLIER 1M MAW AT*
FFREE VOTE COUPON :

The following number of votes win b. |leased for subscriptions during the SUM Subscription OontMts
",SOt Sabteriptlon Contest Good For Opportunity Club Coupon tat PERIOD 2nd PERIOD 3rd! PERIOD FINAL' PERIOD

500 FREE VOTES o; TilE GONDOLIER Tom Mirth 11 Than AprU 1TMs April M Them May I ,
I hereby cut BOO FREE CREDITS to the o GOOD FOR 100,000 EXTRA VOTES PRICES VOTES VOTES VOTES VOTES
i credit This coupon when accompanied by $30.00 worth of 3 Years ... ......... $14.00 100,000 80,000 80,000 75.00
...................................... lubscriptions, will credit a contestant with 100,000 travotes 2 Years 1000 40,000 SS.OOt )0,000 a t r c
ofADDRESS .. .. if turned In by 9 P.M., FrIday March 20. 1 Year .:::::::::::: 5.00: 18,000: 1,000: 7,009: 1.000
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Cart! by................. ........ .... .... ....... No. ...... Subscriptions at $ 6.00 $. ........ to above out of elite. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN. ,
This coupon when neatly clipped with name No. .. .. .. .. Subscriptions .t $1000 S .. .... ... 85,000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH StJBSCRIPTIOPJ' REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY 8 P.M. !V
'4 and ddrM. of contestant, Oiled In, and returned 4i No. .. .. .. Subscriptions at $1200 $ .. ...... NOTE: All money turned. In count 00 |M elnbs. No' subscriptions accepted for leas than 1 year or more tb.a }
to The GONDOLIER( the counts too Free No. .. .. .. Subscriptions $1700 $. .. ..... years In advanre. Payments count from present date of erplrttlon. (See hide Cover)
CrditJKiri.wlnnin* cur IInd other

e prties.THEY TURN ALL COUNTI IN AS MANY(Thl. coupon AS YOU must CANe be De Contestant's Name . . . .. .. .. ... .. .. GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTESIN I"
e4 voted on or before 9pm. March 20, 1984MJOOO .mooo NOTE: No limit on the number of these coupons contestantcan ,
ui*. This ti the tarn ai the 1ST WEEK COUPON. THE FIRST VOTE PERIOD
o aoo vo ovo gov o o ooo .


$ CLUBS Of SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL START EARNING

JS.OOO FEWER VOTES EACH WEEK STARTING ON MARCH GET HIGH I $30 CLUB CREDIT I HIS WEEK
20.9 PU (See Rule No. 4 below). ,

INDIVIDUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL START EARNING FEW.

ER VOTES AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST VOTE PERIOD,
OPPORTUNITY CLUB COUPONS YIELD 100,000 VOTES THRU MARCH 20
MARCH 27. (See schedule below).
OPPORTUNITY CLUB COUPONS YIELD 75,000 VOTES THRU MARCH 27

1 EVERY CONTEST ENTRANT HAS THE SAME OPPORTUNITYTO 50,000 VOTES THRU APRIL 3 25,000 VOTES THRU APRIL 10
EARN EXTRA CASH AND EXTRA VOTES THE FIRST

WEEK AFTER BECOMING ACTIVE. (See Rule 4)). STARTING FRIDAY, MARCH 20 9 P.M., each $30 worth of new and renewal subscriptions turned In by contestants will earn

1 EVERY CONTESTANT WHO DOES NOT REPORT SUBSCRIP. 25,000 fewer votes each week for the NEXT THREE WEEKS. THIS OPPORTUNITY CLUB COUPON is the same as the FIRST WEEK

TONS AT LEAST ONCE EACH WEEK FROM NOW ON CASH AND VOTE COUPON, less the extra bonus of 300. Each CLUB turned In by Friday March 20, with one of these coupons,
WILL BE DROPPPED. (See Rule No. 13)). If you ar. entered 100,000 EXTRA week each club will 75,000
gives VOTES above the regular Votes on subscription receipt book. The following give

ind your namo It tn today'i Hit, you have the tame opportunity (See Rule No. 4)). There has been no change in the vote schedule. There can be no change. This is part of the regular scheduleof
to get a winning start ai other entrants who hIV, made a itart.If the I
contest
yw are not entered, you can enter and get an even itart with announcement.
liken In one week.

GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES THIS WEEK AND NEXT

SECOND PRIZE _

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$$500 CASH FIRST Grand Capital Prize It's Not Too Late



Any Entrant Can Win This Prize To Enter and Win!

$2482.50 FORD
IF YOU have been considering entering the contest DO IT

Rules and Regulations NOW. You have the lame opportunity to get itre voles

and earn extra cash 11 those already entered. YOU CAN

1. No salaried employee of this newspaper or their OR COST IN CASH ENTER TODAY end be a leader in the race WITHIN ONE
families or immediate families of firms furnishing prizes
WEEK if you will go after and get subscriptions: If you are
ire eligible to enter this contest. This doe. not apply to
correspondent. Custom 2-Door Six Cylinder Conventional Drive With Standard Shift, Seat Belts, not easily discouraged-if you are determined and will go
1 Any of work and will male it to few subscriptions .
reputable !person over 18 years age residing to a point get Iud a
h 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 each day, you can enter NOW AND WIN. You can't
adjoining) county, is eligible to enter and compete for the
prizes. Guarantee. Any Entrant Can Win This Prize lose. A commission is guaranteed. Phone 488.5808 today .

S Contestant are not confined to their town or community and ask for more details
in getting subscriptions, but may take orders anywhere .
in the United States
4. Vote credits issued for subscriptions will be Inaccordance [ M "Y6 #
with the schedule published in this issue, Including {//BRhTIi BA'I 'I tt.Sd
the first week cash and vote coupon, which will .+r 'A4'01 y r u DISTRICT PRIZE
heroine a first period coupon minus extra cash one week le.Mrr I e e
after a contestant makes his or her first cash report. This ,
coupon will decrease In value 29.000 votes every week ti .r n rAq OM $500 BONDFor
itsrting one week prior to the close eso the first period, :2f w.' e ,
Right i* reserved to issue extra not to exceed the
value of 20 each of these coupons, also on extended sub Entrants Residing Outside of City Limitsof
scriptions.Votes ''r VeniceOR
are not transferable. One contestant cannot
CASH
ITS COST IN
withdraw In favor of another contestant or give subscrlp-
<**s to another contestant. Contestants violating this rule After the Ford and $500 In cash have been awarded r$
are subject to disqualification. ::ffiiiaLiT the entrant from this district with the next
Any collusion on the part of contestants to nullify highest vote total will be awarded the District
"petition or any other combination formed In the detri- PrUe. No entrant can win two prince
merit of this newspaper, or contestants Is forbidden. Con 6 t
testants taking part in such combination and violating this
rule are subject to disqualification at the discretion of the WINNER MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX
management.
T. All vote Issued to contestants may be held In
:reserve and be published IftwWt discretion of this newsPaper To Be Supplied By and Be on Display At FIRST WEEK
,
Published show only enough votes
to MOW the leaden for the prizes Cash and Vote CouponGOOD
'. The winners of the prizes will be decided by their BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY
limed vote credit, said credits represented by votes Is. ; FOR
wed for cash subscription collections, extra votes for he most afordat/e/ fords in f/orida"/ $3.00 Cash and 100,000 Extra Votes
slipped them In at certain intervals, and the free coupons SOUTH"t
from this No entrant can win two of
the prizes listed In newspaper this announcement. U.S. 41 VENICE, FLORIDA 488-6787 This Coupon when accompanied by $30 worth of suhlrrlp-
.. tiers Is WORTH M.00 CASH wand< 100,000 EXTRA VOTES
Contestant" in this contest are authorized representatives .
If returned In the FIRST WFFK; after entering the con'estNo
of this newspaper but it Is understood and ... .. ... ...
agreed that .. .. .... ... Subscriptions at f *00 .. S. '
"Heeled and they will will remit be such held amounts responsible in full for on all regular money THIRD PRIZE FOURTH PRIZE N............ Subscriptions at $10.00 ....... S............
report days to the Contest Department. Ne....... .. Subscriptions at $14.00........ I......... ,
10. No statement or promise made by any represenr TOTAL. .. ...... . .................... 130.01
[""* varying from the rules and statements appearing NEW 5209.95 Deduct $3M cash ... ...................... S00
m this newspaper will be recognized by the publisher. In NEW 5259.95 DELUXE
not typographical l or other error in a rule or state- TURN IN at contest office .................... 27.00
6300 btu/hr. 115-V Room G.E.
meal, it is
the
ant the publisher understood shall be that held neither responsible contest except manager to makeaccessary Contestant's) Name .......................................

corrections upon discovery of same TODA1RE! DISHWASHER tddreis ..... ...., .... .... ... ......................
the 11. To insure absolute fairness in awarding the prizes. ,AIR CflQITflNER! NOT- No limit to the number of these coupons a ems
contest will be brought to a Close under a sealed
after
teMant can use the first week entering
blot I box. In which the final returns will be placed and
opened by a board of three impartial 'Judges at a given THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY
bple By doing this, no one-not even the contest manager IT'S PORTABLE
"n possibly know who the prize winners will be. This ENTRANT
Preludes any possibility of favoritism and insures abso-
THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY
win fairness The decision of the
in awarding the prizes. and atSAKASQTA'
Judges will be final. Supplied By on Display ENTRY BLANK
ENTRANT
12. fa event of a tie for any of the prizes, a prize
ldent1ca1in value will be given each tying contestant
., U. ALL CONTESTANTS will be paid $3.00 for each GOOD FOR 5,000 ENTRY VOTES
Supplied By and on Display at .
nub during the first week of activity. Active contestantsM
do not win prizes will be paid 10 percent cash cornmmaions The GONDOLIER
on the amount of cash collected for subscriptions, William Lancaster, Contest Manager
after tint week. This commission will!\ be paid when the"west Venice; Fla.

c10s... It is distinctly understood, however that VENICE ELECTRIC APPLIANCEAUTHORIZED .. .. .....
event any contestant becomes INACTIVE, failing to RAOCNTON Data .. ... .. .. 1964
Mate or she will at the discretion Please enter the person whose name appears belowIn
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THE GONDOLIER I 19, ,.M

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"What Young People Think"



Teens Speak Up On Dropouts $1.IT.- .


By EUGENE GILBERT students who will go from high more advice from guidance R

President ot the school directly to jobs.As counselor, teachers, friends
Kenneth Elam, 17, ot and parents. Others would try (
Gilbert Youth Research Co
Pennauaken, N J., puts it, to combat a poor environment
Has anybody thought of ask there is need for "more specialization to convince a itudent to stay __.

ing the teen-agers themselveswhat and attention to the in school!. .
should be done about the individual students in the various Most of the teens know other
problem ot teen-agers droppingout departments outside of the young people who have drop- : '-
of high school? college 'prep course" ped out. And 15 per cent of the
We did, and got two pieces Many Considered DroppingOut girls and 13 per cent of the
of strong advice. boys say they themselves have

One was that young people But a large number of teenagers thought about leaving school I 4 'e
should be forced to stay in don't think a change of at one time or another, but AP.i
school until 18 years old instead curriculum would be enough. realized in time they neededthe .i,4

of the more usual age They feel the student should be education
of 16. required by law to stay in Why did they consider giving r

The other was that vocational school longer Joan Keiten- up their education? "
bore, to I
in school back 17 of Mich. "School became a
training should be Lansing, \
Yvonne Sheppard 16, of Mat-
increased. of those who
was one suggested
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puxent River, Md. -- -- --- --
Just what the educators, "raise the age to quit schoolto
politicians and others who have 18 or until you graduate" i "The work seems to Just pile" BRANCH TAX OFFICE for filing Homestead to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from

sounded off freely on the sub- Mary Leusky, 15, of Coates- up until you can't get it done, Exemptions and seeking advice on other 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday Two area ten"

ject would say about this advice ville, Pa., offers another solution says Beverly Veasley, 17, ofEvansville county tax problems has been set up at VenIce dents, Mrs. Ardrla M LePelley of Venice
Ind.
,
we don't know, but the She wants more programs and A. R. Christenson of South Venice an
"School was not appealing City Hall by Sarasota County Tax Asses. helped here by Stuart
1210 boys and girls we consulted "where students could be in being (second from
asserted in general that to- school for half a day and work and I wanted to tour the country sor William N. Stuart. The branch office will left) and his assistant, Mrs. Eleanor Hare at

day's high schools place too the other half" ," reports Bruce Rector, 14, be open daily through April 12 from 9 a.m. the typewriter. (GONDOLIER Photo)
of Redondo Beach Calif
Some of the and ,
much emphasis on college pre boys girls "
paratory courses, and neglect think potential dropouts need "Lack of reason for going,
adds Bruce Jones, 19, of Detroit Near
1. Line
i ._ .. > :._ Realize, Mich Education NeededWhat I Canal/ Wafer Finish i',


fw 7 made them decide to Announcement that water According to the four-way to the south of East Venire
c continue school!? Most young agreement when the WCINDwas Avenue and the three salt-in.)
people realize that without at and sever lines on East given the right of way to filtration detector pumps cut

r INSTALLWEATHERTROhT least a high school diploma, its Venice Avenue would soon be cross East Venice Avenue with of Seaboard Avenue have 110)

difficult to get any kind of lowered to allow the dredgingof the canal, Venice has the ready, been Installed by the

job."I the Intracoastal Waterway choice of letting the contractsand WCIND and it appears the nav.
want to make something supervising the work Itself igation district wants
through the City of Venice has every
of myself and I sure couldn'tdo been made by the Venice Water or to allow the navigation. thing in readiness for drerlf.f
All ELECTRIC HEAT that without a high school Board. district to oversee the lowerIng Ing the canal along the Cl.
PUMP education" maintains Sue Hm- i of the utility lines. In either route in 1965 or 1966
son 17, of Fairborn, Ohio. The depth of the canal Itself case the WCIND is to bear Water
Used
'The future looks pretty dim will be nine feet and since the total cost of construction
HEATING r for a high school dropout" second East Venice Avenue Is about Water Supt. John Sobosky
e Sandra Lewis, 17, Nash 15 or 16 feet above sea level After a short, but thorough reported 12.251.000 gallons of
ville. Tenn."Demands. the sewer and water lines will discussion it was decided to water were sold in February
from parents and have to be lowered from 25 recommend to the Venice City although a total of M.739.350
society and myself to achieve to 27 feet Council the WCIND attend to gallons were pumped in that
COOUHQ i r I maximum potentlon" kent A letter was received from all phases of the planning and period. The loss of nearly two
Paul Mutufe. 17, of Redondo Executive Director Col.! George construction of the work with and one-half million gallons of
+ In. the city reserving the right to water was due to the heavy
CORP Bench Calif.. in echool.! Kemp of the We t Coast
1 I And Michael Anderscavage! land Navigation District ask approve the engineering plans flushing of dead-ends in the
744 Venice Ave, E. Venice, Fla. 488.5359 JN extent and inspect the work on completion old part of the distribution
; 16 of Camden N J. simply! ing the city to what syatern
has "more fun in school than J I they wished to participate in and the testing of the new
1: out of school." the construction work. The new 10-inch water main water mains, he said

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THURSDAY
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F- Adams Names


ifTOTEME 'I Mrs. TaylorSecretory


1;"" 4' of State Tom Adam I

: has appointed Mrs Paul
&&i By PATTT JOHNSONOn R, (Mary C.) Taylor, Nokomis
iJ civic leader and homemaker,
March .6, and 9, Mr. Richard Davy, M.T. (ASCP) visit as South Sarasota County
'; ed the third period Biology class and Women's Chairmanfor
I's I IUDDING raVe a lecture on blood Campaign
11 ; tll n and blood typmg. He typed the blood of many of the class Our the 1964 Adams campaign
types as percentages were the following: Type 0, 16 people, t organization.
the national percentage la 43.5 per cent; Type A, 17 people, the In this capacity. Adams said,
_national percentage for this type Is 39.2 per cent; there were A Mrs Taylor not only will
three people with Type B and local women' cam
i had their first meeting last supervise
the
t' national percentage for
r paign activities in the forth
) week. Members trying out for
this Is 12.7. There
'. group were coming elections, but will also
I no members of the class who the tennis team are conducting basis
1 p r+... l lC had Type AB and this type is a tournament to eliminate and r serve a member on a of continuing an advisory committee M.
the rarest of the four The national find their best players. This of Sarasota County cit
1 .
1Y tournament will last for several
(
percentages did correspond izens to inform the
6:"1 secretary ,
weeks until the team has
to the percentages of the of and activities "
state on problem
class in most In been whittled down to about
cases. Type A, ( In their county.
however, our percentage web eight players
Active In civic affairs Mrs
-
higher than the national '
,
These percentages percentage I The Girls' Sports Club has 4 Taylor is a member of the local
Red Cross Gray Lady Volunteers
started their track season.
pertain only to the CaucasianRace
-,. The entire class Girls wishing to be on the Cub Scout Den Mother
SCIENTISTS Dorothy Blades, subjects of their three-week nutritional experiment Mr Davy's visit but enjoyed there I school team signed up under ---- Girl! Scouts, PTA, Volunteer
dy Badger, Linda Brown SusI White, The girls are students in Al Bud- were a few "chickens" who their favorite events and are BLOOD TYPING Dick Davy, chief laboratory technologistat Fire Department Auxiliary
loUe Carter, Libby Heaven and Susan ner's ninth grade biology class at Venice I wouldn't have their finger jab practicing after school. The top Venice Hospital, Initiates the ninth grade biology class at and the Sarasota County Demo.
Venice Junior High School into the mysteries of blood typing cratic Committee
Executive
pso hold the guinea pigs which are the Junior High School.Nokomis bed. three girls in each group and
-0- event will make up the team. Davy explained to the students how the various blood types In addition, she is a memberof

On March 1, the Sailing Club This team will participate in are determined by chemical analysis the Democratic Woman's
back :
rake The GONDOLIER sponsored another swinging : the county-wide track meet on Club of South Sarasota County
me with you Give I April 11. and the Sarasota County Democratic
o"z"z Netting picnic and bonfire About 45
.ant your p students showed up for the -0- Mishap In NokomisA ClubYour .. .
,s you go back up North, The National Junior Honor
event and
By MARY ALICE MURRAY they went sailing and
.j cm change your address. swimming all afternoon. At Society is sponsoring a Saint car driven by a Nokomis a southbound auto which
about -
rod )less than it costs tot Pinch-hitting for Bertha PerkinsMr 5 everyone migrated across Patrick's Day Dance on March woman was demolished Thurs crashed into a truck driven by GONDOLIER at 10
r
, a letter and you can I to the beach where 20, at the High School The day afternoon when it collided Dennis E. Devine, 24, of Brad- cents per copy cost $10.40 per
U up on local affairsUWPLUMBER. and Mrs, W, D. Noblet, Padua Court, have had as their started roasting hot dogs they and dance will begin at 8:00: and with an asphalt truck on U.S. enton, as she attempted a left year. You can give your sub.
guests for the past three months the Harry Mclntires of Bridge- playing The then end at 11::30. The"SHIFTERS" 41 at Laurel Road. turn into Laurel Road scrlption to some contestantfor
port, Pa, This is the third winter for the Mclntires to be visit. turned into games a hootennany party with will be playing at the dance FHP Trooper H. 0. Walters Mrs. Twin was treated fora $3.00. per year and it cost
ing here They both so enjoy the west coast of Florida. everyone sitting around the and everyone is asked to wear said Mrs. Maxine Devore back injury at Venice Hospital you less than 5 cents per copy.
--oThe bonfire, I'm sure everyone en- green school clothes. Twigg 38, was the driver of No charges were filed.
Harry Chalks of River Boulevard Nokomis East had
joyed themselves and had
plenty
their usual Block Party for the '
to eatMembers -- ------
1 t.l Q/J/ I winter. Their guests includedthe day tended to make the cookout -0.- -
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\V John Schillers Richard
YDUR.PLUMBINtB. GGETG just perfect, Mr Chalk, of the Biology I
Bennets, Clayton Barnes, Ru-
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chef costumed, and all. A good class are conducting a deficiency I
MUCH dolph Murrays, Art Altausens time was had by one and all diet experiment with gui-
WEAR AND and the R. B. Wades A perfect
-0- nea pigs. Susy White and Becy
TEAR, EV Somers have the guinea
T11E SUMMERS E Church Bake Sale A tragedy rarely brings any who Is on the normal diet. pig He'
entertainment with It. $640o/J/setJIlN
along
WHEN YDU is the control and the girls :
Nevertheless our fire in Nokomis
him ,
named
Henry. Shelley Lee
cllouLDREPAIR Set For East did
Friday on Friday night and Linda Brown named their' I
Christian just about that One could callit Oscar Robert, He 1 Is on a Vitamin .
Women's Fellowship \ a fashion show unexpected.
A deficiency diet. Manna- ---.;.
of First Christian Churchof Every article of night attire
duke is
on a diet lacking In cal-
Venice will sponsor a bake was visible. PJ's, both longies
.
sale] tomorrow: and shorties, night gowns, cium Carter and he and belongs Debby to Davy Charlotte on the building of any home and lot combination
The sale will begin at 8:30:
robes, house coats and ordinary
a.m. and will be held at the Stinky, Sandy Badger and Dorothy In East Gate from
coats just flung on to at. Blades' guinea pig, is ona purchased any member of the 1964 PARADE OF HOMES. Ioo
Kwik-Chek entrance, Rialto
tend the fire And hair dos! Vitamin B.
1 deficiency diet.
Shopping Center Is that what look
we really

church's Proceeds organ will fund.go to the occurs like My within, oh my hearing! If ever distanceof a fire Libby Chuck asso named Heaven and he their f is and on Susan a guinea diet lacking Cap.pig- More Than 24 Home Plans Over 100 East Gate Lots To

you all I can say Is, "Takea In Vitamin C. The experiment

LOOK! April Special a out look,!" girls If at it,yourself afforded before in any venturing the enter.mirror guinea started have pigs on on gradually Feb.the 28 improperdiets and lost the Choose From All With Water, Sewer, Street Lights and Paving!

o MacARTHUR HOTEL tainment then all to the good. weight while the control guinea

ON THE BEACH No tragedy was entailed and pig has steadily gained weight. This Offer Good ONLY 1st !
WEEKLY RATE the gentleman living in the The girls conducting this experiment Through April
o trailer was not hurt must feed, weigh, and

Private Room and Btii with 3 Mash -0- clean their guinea pig' cage ....... ...-;'--- -_ ,. .t,. ....
Mrs. Ernestine Lowell, In This I -,; --T.L '. ', !' !i7S"
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$25. Deposit. Fort Myers all winter, stoppedfor show what an unbalanced and "", .: : .%.4t
a few days with Ethel and insufficient diet will do to your c. .

REGISTER IN MARCH Frank Merrick, Coquina Court. health. .
Ph. 488-5447 Ethel and Ernestine have been -0- I .
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I Overbrook Gardens News I NPC PersonalsMr I 1 l




By MIRY E KROlFA in our community one thing and Mrs Louis Schmelkeon fly, Mr. and Mrs, Charles.

We offer our sympathy to Mrs. Max Miller of Neptune or the other, Mrs, Edward Mc. Bumford Avenue were hap. Painter, and mother Street Margaret "

Drive who received a telegram Thursday informing her of the Bride on Neptune Drive has T py to have friends from their Painter on Jordan hrY I

I death of her aunt Mrs Marie Beck, of Moline, 111 been ill but we are happy she home town of Old Saybrook, -0-
--0-- is Improving. It seems like the Conn., here for a visit and a Mrs. Clare McShanog on
"ole flu has been to hear all the home Bumford Avenue has returnedto
bug" chance
Mr and Mrs. W F. Pod) on Gulf Drive are entertaining as very
busy the past few weeks. town news They were Mr and her home in Brooklyn for a
hnuseguests. Mr. Pool nephew and niece, Mr and Mrs R SAult .
from Hot Springs, Ark. Among those I know have been Mrs Charles Sizer and Mr, and short visit with her son who I.I Is ,4 r

They to be here for Mrs. Velma Porter. ill with the flu- are Mrs 3 Mrs: Merwin' Peard Mr. Senmelke on a two week stopover He has ,
plan a
r slater and brother.in. I returned from duty in Korea 4If\
few weeks -- James Hayes Mrs Raymond s just !
Mr Robert Wright of Mana Harris. Mrs Thomas Edmonds hill law, Mr and Mrs Carroll I and will be leaving again / '

Mr and Mrs.-0-Frank Masin sots Key was the guest speaker Max Miller Mr. and Mrs, .,t e Burnham from Clinton Conn? on March 21 for Germany with I j I X

of Libertyvllle. Ill.. who are at the BPW meeting last James Walsh Joseph Robbins wert here for a visit along the U S. Army

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Thursday evening at the Bay Mr. and Mrs- L. O Gillette I with their friends Mr, and _
Vista Restaurant Mr Wrightis Mr and Mrs. Edward Smith Mrs Charles Strout from Deep- I -o
Miller on Neptune Drive went Flavlus KIOI'-MWKON(: (
Mayor and Mrs )
to Went Palm Beach from one of the candidates for Mr and Mrs Byron Richardson river Conn Last Sunday afternoon .
Thursday to Saturday of last commissioner Two new members and I (the Reporter), Guy the Schmelkes along Wood on Mataro Court are Mrs.entertaining 7 nour.inr( s
their
week to attend the Registered were accepted they were Woods also has been ill but is r with their friends, Mrs Ellen as guest ,.. J.
Mr. shot Mrs. Virginia Stein and Mrs. able to be up and about now. t 5 Leach of Chlcope Street and Betty Freeman originally from AIRMAN
Masin has
Trap Shoot et .. D C. She has been RICIIARDSON
Washington
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with the best and has proven Dorothy Flowers Everyone seems to be either YqI I n'ka z her sister Mrs Ray Richards in Maine Cape
he Is a good marksman by his -0- Improving or OK at this writing vacationing from Fairhaven vacationing returned, *
I trophies. He and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shawof With Ole Sol" spreadinga Mass. enjoyed a boat cruise up Cod and recently
many
Manasota Key had a delightful lot of sunshine the birds are the Myakka River from Hawaii Mrs Freeman
Ma m plan to attend the trap with Mrs RichardsonReassigned
week
q I Sunday when Mr if in -0- spent one
surprise singing as they are a con
shoot to be held in St. Petersburg -
,
, and Mrs, M. Watson of Toronto : I cert, I think the "flu"' bug will I Eddie Fisher pitcher for the Wood'a sister in Ocala before

.k i soon Canada and Mrs R. Wolf "n..w". awav Chicago White Sox and his coming to North Port, She has
-o-
from Glenridpe, N. Y. stoppedin The Hobby Club of the wife, Betty and three children expressed her desire to settle
The Sewing Club membersand here on the West Coast of FlorIda
I for a brief visit They left Brook to-Bay Trailer Park met Pamela Larry and Kelly were Airman Robert S.
their husbands enjoyed a Rich.rJ.
for St. Petersburg and plan to for their regular meeting last guests of Mr and Mrs Mer of
son, eon Luther S.
St Patrick Day dinner Monday -0- Richardson
visit with the Shows before Wednesday afternoon from I
LeClair Mataro Court
evening with Mr. and returning home Mrs Watson to 4 p.m. Cookies and coffee ELK-OF.THE.YEAR award for 1964 is presented to Alva Mur- win last week. Four on other couples There were several North of 61S Guild Drive, !18 )be.

Mrs. Charles W. Bennett on and Mrs Wolf are sisters of was served with Mrs Manleyand ry (right) by Howard Morrow exalted ruler of Venice-No- also visited with them recent. Port Charlotte residents that ing reassigned from Lackland

2011 Allen St.. being the host Mr. Shaw. Mrs. Kay Hill l being hostesses komis B.P.O. Elks Lodge. The award is presented annually ly They were Mr. and Mrs attended the Passion Play in AFB to Lowry AFB, Denver,

and hostess Those attending to a member of the lodge for outstanding service, Marry ii Andrew Bolsted and Mr and Lake Wales Fla., recently for technical training as a reds
were Mr and Mrs Frank Noble house committee chairman for the fraternal organization sile mechanic
and Mrs. Fred-
Mr
Mr Delbert Dobbins of -0- Mrs. Martin Thompson from They were
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Cos Wheeling Ill, was a guest of The ladies of the BBW held Tomahawk, Wisconsin and the rick Niestockel. Mary Miller Richardson completed hit
Mr. and Mrs. Horace
peter Mr. and Mrs Ray Leach on their regular meeting last following day Mr and Mrs. Ruth Hanselman and Alberta Initial basic military training

finder Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 1941 San Remo Point Dr, Monday Thursday evening at the Bay C of C Committees William Jahsman and Mr, and Rodgers at Lackland He is a graduate l
Bobbins Mr and Mrs. A. J. Vista Restaurant in Englewood Mrs Zastrow drove down from -0- of Chamberlain High School
Masin, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bo- Tampa.
-oA A goody number was St. Petersburg for a visit Mr and Mrs Max Saloveshon
hon Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van
farewell party for some ofthe present and everyone enjoyedthe Mr and Mrs. LeClair are West Hyde Park Avenue
Hem, Mr. and Mrs. James What can't be
together said
evening aloud
Walsh, Mrs Dorothy Fischer residents in Brook To Bay Given ApprovalVenice planning to return to Illinois have been busy entertaining often whispered and is

and Fred Cromwell. The main Trailer Park and the celebra' for a visit the latter part of guests( His sister and brother. heard all the thee
over world
course. yes you guessed it, tion of March and April birthdays March. in-law. Mr and Mrs Nate Lesser -

corn beef and cabbage of was celebrated Saturday Bridge Scores Area Chamber of George H Wheeler Jr., Harry -0- from Moline Ill, were

course and all the trimmings. evening with a St. Patrick Commerce directors have ac Fleming. Mr. and Mrs William Han. here for a visit and last week
Day dinner with Mrs Jack 11.1... Hurtle, 14.... Ilk. I p... cepted Executive Director C. Membership Earl L. Kil selman on Talbot Street haveas end Mr. and Mrs Charles Hel-

Mr and Mrs. James Walshof May serving as hostess Mr 1.-Mre NORTH.SOUTH. Carter Harrtaol Mil Gen. L. R A (Nick) Keller recommen ton, chairman; Dorsey Tisch their guests Mrs Hansel. merdinger of Westchester, Ill..

Fairview Dr.. had as over and Mrs Loyal Kanarr donated Miller, It. dations for 1964 committee assignments ler, Lauden Pitts. man'. brother and his wife stopped by, Max and Claire
I-A! I Journetr Jr sod BeTlwHPreedm.n
night guests Saturday Mr. and the music which was very Mt subject to possible Sports Riehl chairman; Mr and Mrs Edgar Parker drove up to Sun City last weekto

Mrs. Edward Duckelman of much enjoyed by all. There -Mra. I. L.. Omwed end Mrroe.KrhomfrM minor changes at the April Carl Rohmann Jim Wright from Fort Wayne Ind., and visit with their old friends

Huntington Long Island Mr. were 104 in attendance The FAST E8T u. board> meeting Early Wynn. Col and Mrs Selimore from and former residents of North d

Duckelman was a former associate dinner was held in the Com 1-Mr*. ,1. H. Menu red CM. VincentD1.sa The committees are made up Retail Merchants John De Columbus, Ohio. They plan a Port Mr and Mrs. Edward 2'

of Mr. Walsh in the munity Center hall t-Mra I txiule 10!4 J: Unertle and Vu of VACC members, headed by Last John Betty Harry Brit- two-week visit here before returning Schmit ::111

Bankers Trust Rev. Dr. and Mrs A. Kuhl B. Cnr WF board member as chairman. ton Bob Miles Dick Shaugh -0- ;
Company on a home
5-Mr" .. Hoi La........ aM 15... .. r
long Island before Mr. Walsh man. Springfield Ohio were Wlleme. H',. The list of committee assignments nessy, -0- Mr, and Mrs Robert Orr Jr.
RN/. .. M .lle' Mans Ilk. f It ..H. Tourist Attractions-Rhodes,
retired here in Florida Mr overnight guests last Tuesday were to be submitted to Mr and Mrs N. on Talbot Street were glad to JfOf
end Mn. LedoIbsbh. Murray
Duckelman is now with of Mr and Mrs. Charles Bern 1-14. M. 'I Strains IHIMr the Venice Jaycees on Tues chairman: S H. Herron Jr., MacKay of 218 Bumford Ave, see their friends Mr and Mrs '
J.leadowbrook National Bankon hardt at 1442 Overbrook Rd. and M,. T. R. Morrr. eO.5Mss day for the naming of a liaison George Devlin, George Gibbs. last Robert Congdon who are vacationing 11r
S.rah P/per and Mr*. member to each of the Hotel.Motel Kilton chair. were pleasantly surprised here in Florida from 11I'
Long Island The Rev Dr. Kuhlman was the J. J. rlmitk' 11'i. I week by the unexpected visitof
and Mss Quinn. Ice VACC committees under man; Eric Erickson Ralph Mount N. V
-o- pastor at Dobbs Ferry N Y, I-JIII. isles : an their nephew and his wife Kisco
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaw where Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt Bridie Sl.dle, M.rrk. leih rise .... action taken at the February Church Bob Young Bob Pool Dr and Mrs. Murray Ross of -0- I'f f
returned to their home on Man attended church before comingto lit MMtitn W .I.) / tieM.m.nt board meeting Budget and Finance Wolf Mr and Mrs. Carl Brobst of

sota Key Friday. For the past Florida. Their visit was very _Dlteej. TneheICeI. Advertising and Publicity er, chairman: Mrs Earl Raw Toronto Canada in Clearwater.who are Dr.vacationing Ontario Canada, are the house- SOME WIVES ARE CLUB' ..1r
Ira Nel and '
weeks Mrmgrr.Mlir.ld. Larry Rhodes chairman Jack lee, George Youngberg Sr, of Mr and Mrs. WOMEN ANO OTHERS .1It
two they have been vis much enjoyed 1IT* ; Ross is president of York Unlvers guests Ray
fling relatives in Cleveland, --0- M-.Mr*. JUrrr Uwrenee mM and Mr.C. .. Briggs, Sam Dillon George Charles BruinStandard. ty in Toronto and before I Palm! on West Hyde Park.0 I THROW DtSWS AT THEIR Itg
K. Brjrant HUSBANDS
Ohio. They enjoyed seeing/ and Mr and Mrs. Harold Anderson Mr. W. E Ho I nvn and Cm.M Cummmgs Cliff Hendrix. returning to Canada they plan I g"I;
visiting the relatives but the of 1931 Neptune Drive were 8. B.,..., 191IJ Aviation Richard Fletcher Mr and Mrs. Michael Cell ,
visit the W j
to Tampa Universityand cant inure
-Col. V D and Carl against
ncent "ion Oil you yow I Iwire'
weather was very disagreeable guests of Mr and Mrs. James Zorh, chairman; Dick Sterner John the University of South ner on Talbot Street receivedan
Mr. D. J Schnell, who is Stevenson in Clearwater a few 4-1 -Mr*IJ.t; Moots and Mr*. I. JNo Fraser Tom Walsh Ralph Anderson Florida unexpected visit from their temper but we un off* s.

manager of Cleveland Trust in days last week. Mr. and Mrs s-.A. O Ion. ,Campbell 121'?. and LM B. Refinery Open -0- son. Irwin, and his friend ; you Accident and Health, I Inturance -
rrt Cleveland returned with Mr Anderson and Mr and Mrs tlllott 187',*. Better Business Division John Yurkiw, both from Par Find out about this
and Mrs Shaw to be their Stevenson Tarry Raby chairman, and the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chance on budget- plan this we.l.
have been friendsfor w...... CI.h 14..... 55th I PM ma, Ohio who drove down wiie
guest for a few weeks many years They used to volt i'H-SOUTH' VACC board of directors. PASCAGOULA MISS The Jeffery Avenue were glad to for a week vacation
1-Dr. R. H. W kol and Col VlneentDun Bylaws Revision Baby fast.moving industrial upsurgeof have friends from back homein
-0- work together at Diamond Hill -
.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Roth Methodist Church in Cos Cob, I-M." Cii.r 1U HarrUoa and Gen chairman; John Blair, Dan the Southeast was given add Kansas City Mo., come fora -

from Hillman, Mich., who are Conn., before they retired to 1. H Miller. lot%. Boone. ed Impetus as the new Pasca week visit. They were Mr The limit for contest subscriptions -
5-Mon. J. W. mball and Mon. HarrrI
now wintering in Zephrhills Florida ........... 101. Home Show Fletcher and goula refinery of the StandardOil and Mrs Ben P. Byrne and ii three years. You '
were dinner guests Sunday of -0- I-Mr*. C. B. Urrant and LeeWfcST Ralph Wolfer co-chairmen; Company of Kentucky was Mr and Mrs. Jack Byrne During can give one contestant a subscription I I

Mr and Mrs Paul Richards at Mr. and Mrs. George Dahmof EAB' ;: M' Al Feinsod Sr, Stan Bennett placed on full stream, the week they were here another one a subscription

1891 Englewood Road Manasota Gardens have as 1-W. Solo and BernardFrenlman Dick Lemnitzer With a capacity in excess of I they took advantage of the opportunity at $5.00 and then pay

-0- guests this week Mr. Dahm'abrother and. Mn 101Adm .. R. C. H.i.lon 5T.5Mon. Community Planning-Frank 100,000 barrels of oil a day this to visit i numerousspots the third year for $4.00.

Mrs. James Townsend of and wife, Mr and T. II. Kehlrd, and Mn.Flirln Sovereign, chairman; Earl new refinery is America most of interest in the state I

Bayshore Drive played in a Mrs. Syl Dahm from Winona, -..... Murtoon.. n\..,-., aid Mi*. flawlcs. David Hamilton, C. C. modern and one of the largest -0-
foursome of bridge Monday Minn We hope they will enjoy Jens G. II.Joe. '1, (Chips) Johnson William I in the world. Mrs Agnes Cozier from

evening at the home of Mrs. beautiful weather while .. Toole. Covering 2,600 acres, It la fed
our Bold.. Sledle, Merck I Ilk, I Chesterland, Ohio is the house-
Dawn Ware in Grove City. The here. NORTH-SOUTK Highways and Transports with crude oil from the Gulf guest of Mr. and Mrs Addison Trail

other two that played were -0- 1- 101.liwtholmnew.. Carl Olirn. 76' and. 14... H. I. lion E. J. Ewing, chairman; Coast fields through the world "Hack" McWilliams on Talbot ways

Mrs. Connie Thompson and Mrs Florence Handburg of !-Mre. w. l-eeeer, t end Mr.* W. George Fdmondson Richard longest underwater pipeline. Street this week, Mrs. Cozier
Villa, N. J.. and Mrs. Anna Loef f erI ,.. R. Walker, Gasoline consumption I s is Hack'a sister

Hohman of Yeadon Pa. are a I Elr.nor"Mri.: Majr Sr'bane eeel.*u,le.no end, ..Mn. Industrial Development growing faster In the South -0- treats like
here for an extended visit with EAST.WUT Ewing chairman; Earl Cross, than in any other section of you

WHAT MAKES Mr. and Mrs J. Wilson Hoopesand 1-.1.! K.. K HII. W.end bricken Harry and Relmer Mr., 11'4.2Mon. '(.. Walter Weeks. Larry Redford, America, and the constructionof Mr and Mrs Emery Dutch

EMMETT SMILE? Mrs. Hoopes' mother, Mrs. corns G..". tMardi Gene Vercheskl this giant new refinery atPascagoula returned to their home in
I-lr. and M... Van R Curer. .... adequate Leachburg Perm this last
helps ,
Marine Affairs Jack E. assure'
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Rogers of 1658 Overbrook Rd v.... e.orsed 1I.ld. CI.... -
-0- Riehl chairman; Dr Douglas supplies in the years of I weekend after an extended visit company

j "' Mr. and Mrs. L. O Gilletteecently .Hectic lllk t A.,M a... Williamson Stan Bennett growth ahead. with their nephew and fam-


Jj strict"! meeting attended' of government a regional I NORTH.SOUTH Mr*. barter.Harrlaoa and Gem.U (maybe better!)
H U ller. pa.
: retirees called for N\RC diapers 2 Mr. ana Mr*. L. A. H...... MMr .
:: in the several counties I *. L. V. PI tman and AlJournear i

,, ,.: it-ar Orlando. Many of the .WhJiT Jr, He.LS1 f

.,."J?' tate officers had been anked 1 Uernird ,'nod.'.... and W. Prior 111.a ,
Ale< (>alt and Charlie
o attend and members of the
Vinderwaier. HMr "'..
.; Federation Executive Committee and Mss. Mark Fyera, M A 1l
and officers were at Or. Berh.5 BNORTR.ROUTH l i .

i t 'ando from Pensncola Boca I .M.... T B Heherdio end Col 11i
"SAVINg 40% ON CAR RENTALS'! Raton, Jacksonville, Englewood Vincent Olson. 7Mre .
Lobs M". .... and Mre.I i G r
To meet my performance Tampa, Daytona Beach J. Neelun. ..'.... I'e
dates I trawl from coast to- Tallahassee Orlando, St. Petersburg Mr end 51.... K. N Gould, N'..
I.AS1'"i.>T
coast. I reserve an Econo.Car and other localities 1-Aim. and Mr*. It C. Huelon. 101J .
by phoning, ahead for reservation -Mr. and M.... David Repp, a|. e
< M..nd Mn. k. M. VVanamakerBrdae I
and on arrival Miss Margaret Waring of ""v.
thert a brand new Chrysler Pittsburgh Pa.. Is a houseguest Bt.dl.. 14..... Kill 1 f... \
1 111; U H. "Miller' and e.nudFnedn.n
product wading, and ready of Mr. and Mrs. Bvron II'(.. r .
Robertson on Manasota Beach i Welter Wolf and Mr. 1, I r r I J
to roll I I like to drive a bargain G I
: Road She plans to be here during ...Nouns... 101..,. 55'.Hrrnard tS Freetlman and ff
the month of March.0 Mr*. M. II.rnna17. s RJRz
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EMMETT KELLY Jr SMllEIEClJNfJt.fiJ! have had a lot of illness eel eehs.nhnks. 17.




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