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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 23, 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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\ VOL 20. NO. 23 8 PAGES VENICE FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1964 PRICE 10 cents:






-, "' _. MT". )1.-: 1 r 1 Gargantua II, Airport Zoning Due I IByPass



folk-singers Brenda Carter, Susan Myers, Bo Schless, Dan Gray and Lory Schless Toto Go EastTwo



For Two-Bits You GetA winter residents of (I Sarasota Action may County be taken Commissionon by the
Venice
Garrantna the Tuesday to comply with the ..
Second and his girl friend PlansPresented request of Venice city officials *

Toto are on their annual xi' for cooperation in setting upa
Lot For Your DoughAt trek to the north. i i joint zoning board for the

They left In their air-con Venice Airport.

ditioned trailer pulled by a Commission Chairman L. L.
tractor truck last Thursday seBy Parker told The GONDOLIER

VMS Sing-Alongs for New York and yester Friday there is a good possibility .
day's opening of the King- the rough draft of a
lint Bros Barnum &: Bailey W. EARL AUMANN prints the by-pass I resolution submitted to the

Circus 5o-daYItand In Madison South Venice has been givena consist of two 24-foot i county by the Venice City
By SAM: DILLON Is spontaneous and you're likely billed as the 'Bashful Bachelors Square Garden. broad picture of how it will concrete medial strip I Council would be discussed

Inl bargains for your en. to hear such impromptu acts ." be affected by the U. S 41 grass parkway in *.in at the regular Tuesdaym
Upon
ainment: dollar are the as "Tom and Mel" sometimes Neither are the shows just Madison completion of the Venice By-Pass if present finalbed will be constructed I ting
'ry-otrcr.Monday.night hoot- accompanied by Cramps on for students. They are enjoyed the two Square Garden run "' plans are carried out. eight and one.half inch Parker said Tuesday's disI'u -

>nimes sponsored by the Key. the spoons The acts also have regularly by persons of all turned to gorillas the circus will be re The plans for the 3.5 mile bypass rock base with an :ion probably would deal

'i it the Venice High School featured Tom Murphy a teacher ages, ranging from younaters quartershere. from Eagle Point on the ping. possible county appoint-
n. at Riverview High School; of six to oldsters well past 60. north to Shamrock Drive on The SRD has a 70-foot icn's to the five.member jointbo
fat that you'll spend any. Bo Schless who sings and About half of the hour and Since the circus abandoned the south were discussed in detail of-way available on the I rd Enabling legislation
en near a dollar For the plays the guitar and banjo; one-half show is devoted to canvas to go Indoors Wednesday by State Sen- Ice By-Way In the city calls\ for a joint board composed .

niision to the hour and a Lynn Corbctt singing in JoanBaez group singing "And believeme Gargantua and Toto make ator Warren S. Henderson and but an additional 14 s, I of two members appoint.ed
[ sonfcits Is a mere 2ot fashion, and Nancy Bradley ," said a spokesman for the their only public appearanceIn Jack House of the Sarasota right-ofway must be I IRICIiRD by the city council, two

-.t t donation I sponsoring Kej ettes, "they Madison Square Garden County engineer's office I' to the west of the I C. DOUDNV named by the county commission .

Nor will you have long tot Other favorites are "The Pal really sing" annually, except for suchaway Henderson and House appeared thoroughfare and a chairman electedby

t for the next of the folk- metto Bugs" Roy Bernius Guitars banjos, ukes end -from-home junkets as before the South Venice The plans call for the a majority of the four appointees
Joins .
"Sit{ festivals, which is making up his own songs as voices blend harmoniously to the one last January to Miami \- Area Business Group at by-pass road to angle
eduled for tonight and with I and on a pre-opening pro- House the southeast from the In Agreement
starting he plays Virgil Gilley play sing the evening Early Wynn Steak
I lo'cock.! his "mean" guitar picking Or I away and more than once the motion Junket. According to blueprints Just alignment of U.S. 41 at BankRichard The joint airport zoning proposal S
received from H. M. Johnson Point and join the first discussed by
Soling! at the hootenannies you might even hear the group (Continued on page was
division engineer, State Road Way just south of the i the county commission last
Doudna
(Dick i ) ,
-- Department Bartow contractfor Power & Light Cioc radio voice, I Wednesday when it was unofficially
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the $760000 four.lane bypass continues south along and agreed to Join with the
the
road is expected to be let Way to the city limits joined advertising Of South County municipality in
in Mav Henderson said, however I circles southwest to a relations. department the project.
2)R Venice Nokomte Bank .
It did not seem possiblethat 600 feet north of : South County commissioner i
Drive where it joins the Doudna who has had some
all the necessary rlght-of Masel C. Huston presented the
ent U.S. 41 The four- years of experience in radio
way could be secured by that rough draft of a resolution
will continue however in St Petersburg and the Board of
time from the city to
2)i
feet Mich to Ven
Seek RllhtotWayHe other 1,000 came County Commissioners noting
land point near the Venice five years ago to aid in
explained the county that the airport must have
r
t ture Co on the South and managing{ Venice's
calling the in meetFederal
agents are now on such a board order to
; r the Traffic Aid radio station. WAMR.
11 1 property owners along Aviation Agency requirements
I present Venice By.Way to secure That will give the Born in Pittsburgh Pa., Dick for federal aid.

the rightofway.When to Venice Gardens a the University of Huston also was quoted ina
that section is finishedthe line and relieve some and in is own words report of the meeting in a

rlght-of-way of the north traffic hazards at that I "been a Floridian ever Sarasota newspaper as commenting .

L- ; ern section from the Venice Henderson pointed out that "the FAA wantsa
17 By-Way to Eagle Point, as will also be a circular 2)I: I He and his wife Petie and planning and zoning committee

well as the rlght.f.wa from change to allow traffic children Carl. Terry and which would develop a
the Venice city limits to 400 41 business I reside on Alba Street He complete program of land use
feet south of Shamrock Drive, oewUf e into the By : I a member of the Venice-No. for the area."
secured !! Presbyterian Church and
are still to be Road. The South County commissioner .
"If the contracts are readyto Venice Rotary Club.
As far as could be later attributed the
be let by August or September I
from the blueprints, statement to a "lumping to
think that Is the best
I I
Henderson Schnaffner Furniture Co: Easter Holiday gether" by the reporter of a
,
we can expect i'
Phillips Ford, Inc.: considerable discussion on the +
said Chrysler.Plymouth Mot Begins Friday proposed resolution in order to or
I Dave Corbett puts a ;little body Enelbh: into his guitar playing as he leads the group In a 'sing.along' number According to the SRD bhie- Inc., Shady Grove South County students will try and boil it down to essential

and Restaurant, Venice facts.


[Mrs. Mundy Gives New College $150,000president I Venice holstery Station Moy and; Motors Wolters and Markle Drapery; Motor Real Co-Op :; a beaches,whole beginning to enjoy week or at Good other of the spring sun-Fri-ac Councilman were ment City perturbed attributed officials Ralph at to particularly the Anderson Huston.state, r



Mundy's She has been a member office and Emanuel darClasses Said Anderson "I think it was
when she began training In'' of the organization as will he dismissed
for all Church the
curriculum are only
lies 'eral arts '
form. unfortunate choice of
Harry L. Mundy, .
first an
chairman vice
with the orchestra earlier
well performing little
,
to studies in New as a
and I feel that its Chicago I' ments that will be on
Vence
: resident and foray students and with chairman and second vice words" And he went on to
for 14 usual elemen
York and London including a years of at the
Business Route. All
of the
study is part greater that the will
in the emphasize
years a leader Music of chairman of the Sarasota Coun- zoning
student of Leopold the Chamber Group schools and at the regu
education of period as a er 52 business places
.111 and community life of goal of the total said Mrs Auer the orchestra ty Hospital Board during her on the regular U.S. 41. time In the junior and I ,nvolve only airspace, not land
>rea. his made a $150.000 our young people 11 year tenure with that elective high schools use.
the
also is out
concert Mrs. Mundy Henderson pointed ,
to She has toured as a
New be used Mundy."It
College to She chairmanof 'No Intention'"We
memberof founder and chairman of the group was ever that U.S. 41 School will resume at the
Col- violinist taught as a
Bating the college's mus- is my hope that New the board's planning committee '
have
of Symphony Scholarship Trust route would deviate from time on Monday, no intention of attempting -
I McPrall Conservatory
( studies department lege will bring to all of its of students the- Music in Minneapolis and for which assists deserving young which was charged with ent alignment in a sll 8, following the Easter to zone land use,''
Announcement 1 of the gift was the understanding the responsibility for planningthe Continued
choir director andorganist music students: founder and (Continued on page ( on page 2))
de by Benton W Powell.J.rman beauty the precision of form 15 years was new addition to the hos
of the
chairman Symphony
of the New College and the technique of communication at St Mark' Episcopal pital.
I Woman's Association and the
Church in Venice, where ;
'elopment Committee that makes music so 1 I IV
She has served the Venice ;
'.!'t. she formerly resided : first president of the Asolo on 9M
of lives ,
Mundy's Rift followedonly much a part our City Council as president of ; .
I few days the an- A native of St. Paul Minn., Her association with the Opera Guild the Venice Woman's Club and r .. ea'e

"cement of an affiliation ben Mrs Mundy has had a musical Florida West Coast Symphony A host of civic and organizational as past president of the Found .; ra

,/?a New%ct College Coast Symphony and the life from her earliest days has Included her service as positions have been Mrs ers Garden Circle \



1'1'rtfstra!"rmlng foTror: on member concert which and she violinist presi-Is a Furious' : Battle Waged For High Contest VotesEugene I ... : ) 0 ,



that she made the sift be- With the largest vote period of The GONDOLIER'S con Kralik, 745 Laurel Ave? Venice. . .. 81,500 fY.
iii she law in New College test scheduled to close at 9 p.m. Friday March 27, contestantsare Mrs Mary E Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr, Englewood.1,214,000 .

Opportunity for young/ peombine closely bunched in votes A furious battle is being waged. Mrs John Kruse, Rt 1, Box 552, Venice .. .. .1,137.300 itl
e to "'> a musical pre Every available subscription is being rounded up by con. Mrs Marjorie Maurice Box 357 Nokomis . . .1,181.000
''r,,rv p-rlod with an excel testants to get the high vote credits toward winning the new Mrs Leona E. McKibben 311 E Safford NPC, Venice 233.500 ,

liberal.t arts education .50 Ford or its cost or one of the other prizes Mrs. Clenys R Morton Box 1143 Venice ... .. 883000
Mt ( was once considered $2482 contestant has a vote lead tha Mrs Kenneth Norwood Box 235 Nokomis. .......1,204000Mrs
"ementary part of the lib. What a race folks! No competitor. The contestant with Homer Owens, Box 404 Englewood ........, 47000 s
not be wiped out by a
could Venice .. .1368000
to the front with a few big $1401 I Mrs Margaret Paul, Mun Tr Park ,
vote can forge
the lowest clubs of subscriptions Mrs Mildred M. Pedersen, Rt. 1, Bx 230 Venice ,1.343.000
TIDES three year subscriptions WINNING or $30 VOTES: THIS WEIK: Mrs Thelma Pool, 305 Sea Grape Rd., Venice, 79.500
GET THE PRIZE . . . ''''
yield ... .. .2.600,000 VOTES:, Mrs. W. F. Pool Gulf Drive Venice. 547,000 le
V7"NICE" INLET TIDES ,12 $..4 three year subscriptions .. .... ..1,605,000 VOTES Mrs R. Madge Powers, 617 N Tamlami Tr, Venice.1,289.000 "arab

12 $10 two year subscriptions yield. .. .... 695.000 VOTES Mrs Ruby Robinett, Laurel!. . ... . ..... .. .. 188000 Lt-<
Mar High Low 12 8Outof usubscriptions cost $100 more per year, but t Mrs Almeda Sanborn Tarpon Center, Venice.. .,. .1,143000Mrs _
23 11 :43 am 3:55 ama number of votes Mary Scagllone, Box 1616, Venice . V .. V .1,294,000Mrs.
8:15: pm 2:38 pm they yield the same Dorothy Schueler, 301 E. Safford NPC, Venice 105,000

Mar 24 11 :55 am 4:45 amt STANDINGS SHOW VOTE LEADERSThe Mrs Irene Shockey 738 Cypress, Venice .. ... ... 1138000
9 26 pm 3:57: pm comparative vote standings after Friday March 20,, Mrs Robert L, Stephens. 731 Cypress Venice..... 1344000 s
Mar 25 12::03 pm 8:23 amiu are shown below. This is not an actual or accurate vote count Mrs Polly Taylor, Rt 1, Albee Rd. Venice... ., .1,354.000 r. ty, At- Y

10:24: Pm 4:54: Pm but It shows actual positions.' Mrs. Dorothy Thompson Box 703, Nokomis.,... .1,176000Mrs 1
Mar 26 12:08 pm 1I4:! am NAMES Alphabetically. VOTE POSITION Joyce Toole Box 935 Venice ... ... ......1,145000 .: wr
II:14: 3 39 M. Acheson Rt. 1. Bx 157 Nokomis 79.000 .... ... 146500
pm : pm Mrs Evelyn Mrs. Roger Totten, Rt. 1, Bx 345, Venice
Venice. .. . .1,337000
M Adrian Box 264 Venice .. .... ,,1360000Mrs
STtTMp PASS TIDES Mrs Ralph Groveland. Venice . . .1.196.300 Mrs A C. Traver 204 Bayshore Dr.,
Altman 936 .... .. .
Mrs. James Viola Wood 342 Matara Ct. NPC Venice 1,229,000 >
504.000Mn.
Bates Rt. 2. Bx 1908. Nokomis \ "- -
C. _
CONTESTANTS
''Oil Mar High Low I Mrs Lucille Blades Box 738 Nokomis. .. .144,000 HELP YOURSELF HELP -' (Gonifalbr abate br Bob Obndorfl t' _
23 12:47 pm 4:33 am James E. Venice..1,322,000 Readers of The GONDOLIER can help contestants Improve
9:17 3;14 Donald S. Breding[ 933 Dawn St.. their positions by giving them the 400 FREE VOTE COUPONSout WHIRLYBIRD HOLIDAY The kind of vacation simply tells his father Dr C. R Bammer-
pm pm Nokomis. ........ 138000mf.E
Mar : : Egglefield Box 755. YOU CAN lin where he wants to land The pair spent
about
2412:57: pm 5:23: am : Nokomis ..... ,.1252000M. of their papers and by giving subscriptions. every youngster dreams actually ,
.1 10:23 pm 4:33 pm Grimm. Rt. 2. Bx 3040 Venice . 854000 SAVE $1.75 on a three years $14 subcriptlon, 50 cents on two happened to year-old Bob Bammer- two nights last week at the Sandbar EcachOTel -. I
Mar 25 1::03 pm 8:01 amu .. J. A. Hightower 529 Riviera Nokomis 12500Mr. years for $10 or 25 cents on one year at $5 Out of state subscriptions lin of Centerburg Ohio seated here in his on Tarpon Center Drive, with the chopper

\ 11'28 pm pm Mrs. Donald WHaucke, Rt. 2 Orlando., Bx 3040 Venice. 58000Mr cost $1 extra per year and give the same vote credit Il dad' helicopter Bob who must be the envy parked on an Improvised heliport adjacent 4 I'
Mar :6:32:: .. Antoinette S. Jones. 401 back in his Ohio hometown to the motel -
28. am SEE ADDIHONAL CONTEST STOUT/PAGE 3). of Dlg classmates .
Chance W, .JQlles( 1W.i 313, Ospi y,: ...u.paa.. 110,100 __ : ,
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I ObituariesFREDERICK 'i First Big Vote Period Ends Springbok Tops Fleet I




tf". Frederick Great Neck W.W.Lichtward.LICIITWARD Long Island 78.. !I alto troit from and from came that the city here Willow after 10 year Run retirement I i] 'I: At 9 p.m. Friday, March; 27With In St. Pete-Venice Raw.-.... (

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,''NwY. died Wednesday at the Air Port maintenance department Springbok a 29-foot Columbia mile run at 6:57.18,
only four more days let t Several contestants have the tide of defeat and turn it Uvu., **
Arthur an elapsed time
home of friends in Englewood. I Sloop owned by of
Mich. of the first and largest vot been accepting promise of subscriptions into a sweeping victory U now 8:57.1II1ij:
with whom he had been visit He was a member of and sailing out of a corrected time of
of the largest Ferguson {::3428.
igan International Order of period of The GONDOLIER's and hope to make before the close Sarasota. 'captured -
ing the past six weeks the Field Club.
"' He a maintenance Odd Fellows, Detroit Lodge $4,500 Subscription Contest th a good showing when these vote period Friday. i both fleet and class B Ginger Is Second
was for Pennsylvania Railroad supervisor -- and International Assn. of : final drive will be made b y, promises are made good.If All contestant have an opportunity honors in the annual St. Petersburg Second In Class B
Machinists He charter contestants to the high you have promised to win. But when the end sera
and a member of St. was a secure your to Venice yacht race, and in the field was the
Catholic member of Lakeside Lutheran vote credits. subscription and want to make vote reports are in this week underway Friday out of the Clnl
Aloyfus Roman ClearwaUr
which got ,
do it this they will how that few, if any y r
Church In Great Neck. Church. Hard and persistent campaigning good your promise, I night at 9 p.m. at the St. Petersburg Club. Second to compleu i
Survivors include his widow Survivors Include his daughter from now until nine week. It means more votes. It of the one in the contest recognized municipal pier. run in scratch lime ?
w
1-fra. Susan S. Lichtward and a Mrs O K. Ballard ; his o'clock Friday night, March I will encourage your favorite this as their greatest and First to cross the finish line Doubloon from Device 11 t.i d
lion Frederick Lichtward of brother Otto Neu of Detroit; ; 27, can easily mean a new contestant. Making good that vote-getting opportunity just outside the Venice Jettiesat Yacht Club Tampa |C
New York, N. Y. a granddaughter, Mrs. Joan C. $2.482.:10: Ford car or its cos promise' now will also give your took full advantage of it. 8-3J: a.m. Saturday was the Clare A was the Pam...
Services and burial will be Young of Otis AFB, Mass; a for one of the contestants who, favorite more time to go after Challenger a 44-foot yawl I sailing out of the St. Pet
In New York grandson Jim K. Ballard; am'our is working for subscription other promises and hunt other BY-PASS from the Navy Yacht Club In burg Yacht Club. *'
Farley Funeral Home was great-grand-children. and votes with a determinationto subscriptions and votes. (Continued from 1) Pensacola. Her elapeed time :
Co-sponsor
page
m in charge of local arrange win over his competitors When you give your subscription curve just south of the Ring- was 9:32; .40 and her corrected the Venice of the pace lit
and
ments. DANIEL 'lNC'ENTIIIAIfOXEY When the clock strikes nine you help contestants Circus to time 7:18: .87. She was seventhIn St. Petenh\i.'
ling Wlnterquarters Yacht Clubs
the first and win. When you refuse for in the Trophy IWlr.
Friday night, allow it to cross the Bascule her class and 14th made
ALBERT G. NEU Daniel Vincent Mahoney, 70of greatest vote period of the con.test my hard.reason you make the gong Bridge at right angle to theIntracoastal fleet. were and a buffet Saturday dinner awh2T!

.Albert G. Neu 80, of 2367 6 Gulf Manor Drive, died will end. Waterway. He A field of 19 entered the followed at Venice Yacht
South Tamiami Trail died Thursday at Sarasota Memorial Every contestant must report Get Extra Votes said that should not interfere Florida Ocean Racing Awn The results accordmi .\
Wednesday at Venice Hospital. Hospital In person, by phone or mail be- with present business establishments event, nine in Class A and 10 fleet position: j
Funeral services will be held A native of Washington, D. fore' the closing hour to get When the contest was announced to a great extent. in Class B.Springbok.
today at 2 p.m. at Rawles I C:., he later lived In Mamaro- first period credit.Subecriptions entrants were given Extend 4-Lane completed the 80- Springbok Field Cub San
Funeral Home Chapel with I fleck, N. Y. from which city I : mailed by people an opportunity to accumulatea Henderson warned the South sola; infer I ClUIWII J',
The Rev. Melvin I!. Meyer I he came here in 1959. He was wanting to give favorite huge vote for building sub- Venice Area group that when Film On Norway Yacht Club; Baby Doll Sa.
pastor of Lakeside Lutheran I i retired attorney and was first period vote crlptions into $30 clubs to take the four-lanlng north of Venice sot. Sailing Squadron; pi,,
Church officiating. Burial will graduated I from Georgetown can be dropped in the up Opportunity Club Coupons. and the Venice By-Pass Optimist Lyceum ayo, St. Petersburg Yie
be in Gulf Pines Memorial 1 University Law School in 1916 post office by the closing hour. Club coupons are now worth are completed the South Trail Club; Toy St. PettrsbiiM
::Park. He practiced patent law in f the postmark chows that they 3,000 votes for each $30 worthof will carry an increased amountof Season CloserJohn Yacht Club; Doubloon, r*
Mr Neu was a native of De ,Washington, D. C. from 1916 mailed before 9 p.m. Fri. subscriptions, The vote value traffic and urged them to Island Tampa; Sasulru' S
,.. March 27. they will yield of these coupons will de- bring all the pressure they Roberts film reporter, Petersburg Yacht Club; D.
period credit. crease 23000 Friday Every could upon the county and will present a colorful travelogue bonalr. St. Petersburg TIC
INSTALL meets.'I Boost Favorite Now club credited to a contestant SRD to continue the four-Ian- "Norway and the Modern Club; Sabre, Bradenton Ysr
; Subscriber and readers of this week is a BIG STEP to- ing of U.S. 41 to below the rikings" at the Gulf Theater Club; Maria, Gulfport Tic
.r I WEATHERTRON' GONDOLIER who have ward winning the largest prize Intersection of the Englewood Thursday at 8 p.m. This traveogue Club; Venture, Davis Ulai,
; following the progress of when the contest ends May 2. Road, ai well as Installing will be the sixth and final Pagan, Davis Island; Sea Cal
contestants in this race can GONDOLIER readers with traffic lights at dangerous program the Optimist Club of St. Petersburg: challmjc'
All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP Ive their favorites the biggest favorites in the race can show points.In Roberta Bay has sponsored this Navy Yacht Club, Penneri i,
their friendship and Inter. to raise funds for its Islander 1 ,
toward victory by givingubscriplion reel answer to a direct que- lesson" Tampa Sear
; and votes out ofheir eat now by getting in touch line after the meeting, Hend Lyceum Building Fund. Squadron; Chop-Chnp, 5,,!
HEATING ; papers before the final with the contestant of their arson said he hoped the coun- Roberts Is a veteran of many Island; Marsapal, Field Q,'
lour of this important vote choice and giving their subscriptions ty could gain title to the old film assignment for Lowell Sarasota; Oclon, Timt
this week. Tamiami Trail Read that runs Thomas. Yacht Club; and Mien, \
[ When the votes are in andounted Best Time To Win paralled to U.S. 41 through theS. --
this week there is lit- Contestants who have been V. area since that would
WOLFER MOTORS
Inc.
CGOUNOCOR: e doubt about them determin- logging along, getting barely aid in securing the proper ,
; the real contenders for theargest enough subscriptions to make ight-of-way when the four. RAMBLER DODGE
ng prizes. a report will find the remainng aning is extended southward.It US S. Tamiim! Trail 488.3965-m-6ISO
days of this vote period an was announced by Chairman
show
Friday's results will SPECIALIST IN. .
744 Venice Ave E. Venice, Fla. 488.5359 win and excellent time (tl o get .subscripons. Hartley P. Dermond that
is in the contest to
ho is merely wishing he could .. Time is getting short for the next meeting of the Trail ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
ase ew.THANKS. without making effort the big vote credits. Public In. Businessmen would be held at e Brake Repair Lubricate Chattii
any erert is aroused. Subscriptions 11:30 Front End Alignment Oil Change
do it. They will also show : a m. April 1, at the same
are the most resourceful, will be easier to get now than place. Front End Overhaul I Adjust Haadlighti tttn""
] energetic hardest-work- .t any time during the contest. Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs;

I want to eipreti! my lineere gratitude to the f and most deserving con. This vote period gives constants HOOTENANNYContinued Engine Ovtrhaul Any Automatic: or SWard
people of Saratot for a real! opportunity to
County their enpretion *. ( from Radio Repair Transmission Repair
of confidence in mt. I am most humbleto The most successful people how their colors and show rafters have r ,seto'. Airconditioning Repair and Installation
be able to begin a new term without ooposirion. F today are the ones who real. what they are capable of doing. swell of the group singing.
through A few hours spent in honest ef.
that success comes The hootenannies are sponsored
ort now will surprise and de-
I just a little better Job by the
Keyettes as afundraising
I alto want to inure each end everyone thatI tan their competitors. A con- light contestants It will proveto project, with the FRIDAY I
I will continue the fame policies which have is no exception. It takesampaigning them that they are good at money earmarked as a scholarship SATURDAY C u R A L
governed l the operation of the Assessor's of. and planning to this business of getting sub grant to an outstanding "

lice for the past three years. a contest winner, All cone scriptions.Drawing (o Close 1 senior girl who require financial SUNDAY 1 0
who make an earnest aid to further her educa feorW/ijf
This office will continue to attend will it. The contest Is fast drawing :
,, every to get support get to close. The time to stem liOn. The club hopes to raise' LOU U
courtesy and assistance to the public.WILLIAM ones who offer reasons for a at least $200. EMMY
unable to accomplish The Keyettes first envisioned N
N. STUARTTax nyt'f: and the ones who AIRPORT the hootenannies as a one-ahot POPULAR SONGSTRESS

Assessor nk that their competitors moneymaking project, but the Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage G
win anyway can't hope foruccess. (Continued from page 1) program was so enjoyed by

Sarasota County declared Anderson, adding thai} those who attended, it was decided At Popular Prices E
Make promise Good a property owner will be ableto to continue them for the VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL

a _........ Kt._Mjm iKafaimi'' **!_** im. .....,,.. build anything he wants as remainder of the school year.
long as the height of the structure The programs are not planned I
conforms to the designated those who want to sing
airspace. do so. David Corbett a VHS GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
i 1Rl
And Anderson's contentionwas graduate now teaching there,

DOWNTOWN n iti6A Director upheld Paul by A.City Youngberg Planning, serves lea .and as leads master the of group ceremon singing. is Member Chamber of Commerce

who said "The type of zoning
Audience INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
Involved in the Joint board will and participants sit DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
on the floor in typical folk-sing- and Air Conditioning
.\ be zoning of airspace only and Heating
1! has relation to the ing fashion. Seats are available .
no zoning
; Heating/ & Air Conditioning InstallatIonsGas / /
however, for
of land below It, other than persons
VENICE : limiting the height of structure needing support for their Ranges Water HeatersFree
backs.
:11 in certain arena
New talent is Estimatet -
I warmly 1.
Anderson a licensed pilot corned and anyone with the No Job Too Big or Too Small
1f\ and flying. enthusiast as well to 263 So. Trail Venice Ph. 488.2271
urge sing and play before
First & Finest Shopping Area as city airport director has an audience Is invited to .
I already made it clear to the par.ticipete.
'I- council that he would like to
{
\t \ serve on the joint zoning board Or. as our Keyette spores
\ M.k'\
man put it, "Ora
the
whole
DAZZLING SPARKLING and h* has suggested Young
family and Cellura
berg as the second city apx come to the VHS Jerry
BARGAINS VALUES! >intee. gym frolll for" guaranteed fun and

jr ji\ Huston also has similar e HAND MADE
thoughts from a county stand s", ,... WORLD'S ;
point and has suggested that
_a. -.- .- Philip Maguire, zoning supervisor LARGEST ARCH SUPPORTSJerry's
.......
for the
county' Department .t ant lIIuu'a saranCall
DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY I THE MEN'S SHOP of Regulatory Service, :

would be a natural choice 81 inn rte astaataneowr
EASTER CANDY, TOYS AND CARDS I i SHORT SLEEVED DRESS SHIRTS-Snap Tag Collar. the second county appointee. mnaacuanwus HUGH SHOE COMFORT SHOP

1- Solids and Stripes hard Commissioner also reportedly Boyd has Gem.expressed FS9-I3 McPHERSON 19W88Y Seciqfilf m/ Arch' Supports W Orthopedic Shoe

W. Venice Ave. 483-4774 Medical Center BlJg.}I 225 W. Venice Av*. 488.1620 a desire to serve on -_...," ',...,---- 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE

; ,- ... *- ..- -- the board. ALLENConvalescent Store Houri: 10 i.m." to 4 p.m. Ph. 488.3450
Th board, if approved,,
1 VENICE. OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY would have the power to adopt and

AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set RingsWatchei administer and enforce air- Nursing Horn ] --
I port> zoning regulations over an
Sales Service Supplies We Repair All Mate Silverware Jewelry area approximately six milesIn I 24 Hour Hurting Service
Watch and Jeweler
Repair Phone Venice 4M-IHS REALTY
Stuart Merrick, Owner diameter from the airport'scenter.
Venice 488-311 lit roses; 01 WON art
W. Ave.
235 W. Miami Av,. 488.2<473 -"..." ,""-
__a _..__ J .............-

*. TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN VIEWSfor

h':II;;!. Special 1 MILDEW-CHEK, reg 59c . . 4 for $1 I i Today thru Wednesday Tonight, March 23 i R DECK HOUSE r. her te find e wlil'('";

r Attention Mechanics Rock Hudson and PPrentiti ''aufa "tfome From 7/ie/ Hilt" Th (dluhitr
I' NEW "POP" RIVET TOOLS I with Robert Mitchum tory r.ntl.husband Usavings. III
and hr
In"Mon'l 2 Miles North of Venice on I EASTER DINNER took all thair'
213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-4909 It
Favorite/ Sporf U.S. 41-$ I Per Carload k hap \\hi
.. .. I earnings |ust to
: -- -
I Choice of bills paid.Then .
; VENICE Welcome/ To e by CHIPS JOHNSON {after said t\1I'\ '
TILE & FLOORS I French Onion Soup her
"Where d find the *
you sine.n.endhiswifsh.41
CARPETS VINYL FLOORS I VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA New England. Clam Chowder answer to all the real estate cently !

FLEXALUM SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER i"- ENTREE problems"you're requestedto decided royaawReb. \
solve? friend ., I 311 W. Venice Ave. 488-1117 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial <488.3<457 I ROAST DUCK WITH ORANGE SAUCE "Much of It comet from rent it to her. As he si*,

1 R .J Mashed or Baked Potato Garden Peas "And frem someday, throuth
even more
; VENICE STATIONERS I Baby Pearl| Onions Sometimes peoplewe experience. property estate." Later that dl!

.{ : OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES JIM WRIGHT'S CHOICE OF SALADS FROM OUR SALAD BARIc dl with think up In. our we found a nice home"the whi
',S' Cream Sherbert ganieui solution of their daughter and her P*"
: ': Typewriters, Adding Machine (Mechanically Operated) SHIRTS SLAX I Choice of Dessert Cart own. Then we add the*. to eta pprovd.

Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Required Individual Bread Loaves, Creamery Butter, Beverage our penibU solutions In Regardless of yotI' WIng
lot
121 W. Venice Ave. 488-3080 helping others.1 situation, if you re
211 W. Venice Ave. 488-411J "For Instance friend w.'d I IW "
my Ing for a home
..- $350 .,k.d. "Wall," I replied. assist you In your ,.*"*'

t; Just I few weeks ago e
11! ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE $2.00 Children's Portions middle-aged man and wife CHIPS JOHNSON

j t 18 Years Here Opp. Theatre READ AND USE THE GONDOLIER OR CHOOSE FROM OUR FINE SELECTION OF cam their married"In, accompanied daughter. The by REALTOR Venice air INSU ABranch **-

I Open 'Till 10 p.rru w.. STEAKS & SEAFOOD man explained th.t his 306 W.Baal Estate ()*-

I Guaranteed Service On All Mate Serving From 12 Noon to 9 P.M. daughters family was Urge
TV RADIO AND 'HI-FI: DOWNTOWN VENICE ADS FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 488.2391 tour children and accordingly KENT MOTEL'

: W* Give U. TV to ui. free while repairing yours O...Wt AT THE JETTIES It was difficult Phen. 488-227'

t Ph. 488.2618 311 Venice Ave. W. i advertisement
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Banging It I Out :_ ,. : ', ( Overbrook Gardens News

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elv : : By MARY KROUPA .
} :: .. ..0.nddl'Ofttheewr br .Igri1enlctl
fA' ',... ... !ke!'Na. ? ; Miss Marilyn Jones returned to her home in Grand Rapids, self from Dayton here, ft i>
With ": ..:., .... .1' Mich., by plane Wednesday morning She is In nurses training marvelous how she KM reea>*. I
Pat Bang I'I :: ., :;: : at the Blodgett Memorial O.pitalln Grand Rapids and will ered .
L..... .. : .::::.: ... t=I. so quickly.Mrs. :
.) ._ __ graduate in September. She has been a guest of Mr, and Mrs.
t. _
Phone 4741214Ws . e Edward G. Smith on 1994 Greenlawn Drive the paat three weeks _
.. ...
.
,_ :;. ;.: + r r'r t A.
a enjoying her vacation and went back with a beautiful tan. Miss S. Trowbritftv, ef
and some friend, who are rather timid .. .y 'rf( 'to ", M Jones is 1971 Englewood Road t
Min bout having ..... s gr.nd-niece: of Mrs. ToUio
(their comes In the paper went up and down the Myakka again "t.a ';. ...,: .Y' ... .....;.. Smith. Mr. and Mrs Smith Rockville, Md. Mr. and Mrs last Saturday from St. P...**.
.
Monday. It was a delightful trip. Our friends art down torundiscovered the "", .. .", .!"""tt. "" drove Miss Jones to Tampa Stinchfield have rented a cottage burg where she had bee .....
flrat ume thi year ana most of the river was by ... .. :1.1 .-': 4,...... to board the plane. on South Beach: at which rag relatives the put two
t them until today. They have a gorgeous boat, and our main ,. .-. .'. GIll al I t 1 r -o- they have decided to stay awhile weeks.

duIt trouble yesterday was as before trying to keep from getting ."t'I: : III &-1 ,; .:""""w- !" Recent visitors of Mr, and here. We are always hip -a-
-' ,
much burn. ... its py to have new people in our
r' .
*to suggestion all the gals of humor when he spoke of the : ._ ... /: a, Mrs James Rea' on $40 Bay midst Mr, and Mrs. Ray Lew* hex ,.
cepI AI our a.. ... .
;... ..
-
I had Ktrtt or light sweaters very "north cnange-over to a w .' ,.p, .1.I .;. : shore Drive were Mr. and Mrs as guests Wednesday, Mr, awl 1,
shift from: knees to should"j* early shaft with the lovely "'as N'( ,,,,;i;;' z .. _. + .,. 4 r Howard C Wester from Silver -0- Mrs. Walt Cortelyou: of fin*.
Mrs Hughes ,t. 'tom' Miss Kathleen Poindexter of Island and Mr. and tin. a.,
to back. A lot of fun. We taking ever and '. .1
n ere i. little walk from the car yV efficient, too "except '. ,, 'eo: t, vat. Springs, Md Mrs. Rea I. a Daytona Beach is visiting her Orum from Plant City OH Ole
" a basin l when the boat sere always' thinks we need ,. .'. f. former resident. of Silver uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. menu was oyster .... 4s* Ingredients ofxci
ti" : ,
the ', t
( r (,. ,i"-. ;
docked. more air in the room." He t -1-n ,": -'. J : a, Springy. M. L. Townsend on Overbrook for which Mr. Leech ;,
nee Our friend erect knowledge of says one and all of the staff Road this week. Miss Poindex- gathered fresh from the by: I'
af in to ter is recuperating from an and dessert of strawberries
the rlvar but he wasn't in touch Same 8M how he was Mr. and Mrs. William Schui
lass dOln*. A m "'r heart operation which she from Plant City which .,ace
with, he( alligators, turtles or dally newspaper to t t ? fh fi ter of Cincinnati Ohio, wereopen
each performed just three weeks much: enjoyed by aU.
esglet.1 Captain Jones was room and the GONDOnd S 4" ) guests ol their cousins Mr very
nary a one of either did LIER' .' each press 'IllIue. He 1" aw and Mr,. Ralph Magee of 146} 1
says he took a lot of medicine +
see. Bayshore Drive last
toter we n Sunday.
They knew of a lovely place while there but the most bitter C fi Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer had THE DALE CARNEGIE COURSE
its pOI WM the BILL. But he : tt 1' :
to picnic\ and we all helped j didretting ; been vacationing on the east 1
ail It from the boat to the have lervlce, every need w. r. coast and were on their w.
had an ice cooler taken care of and he Is really St. feww
JIore. They Petersburg to stay a IS NOW OFFERED IN VENICE
and a hot plate So we had all out for the> Venice Memo NO OLD FOSSIL is pert Bebe Mindham of beaches was prepared by Mrs Margaret C. days when they stopped to via- '
M HospitaL Marianne, Fla, a New York World's Fair Thomas of Venice author of the
asS loms lunch, both hot and cold: book "Let's it Mr. and Mrs. Magee.Congratulations .
S ind plenty of both. After eat- -0- hostess, who poses prettily with an exhibit of Find Fossils on the Beach." It was first displayed _
aD, log, WI fished Believe It or Mr. and Mrs Charles Ander- Venice fossils on display at the Florida Show. in the office of Sen. George Sm.there o-
not, the old gal caught: two; son from Daytona Beach, anddon't case in New York City The exhibit of fossil. before being sent to the Florida Showcase to I ..reLe order t{( ,
af'' ized bones and teeth found on the Venice area exhibit. Mr. and Mrs. of
ask what they were but Mrs. Marion +
Bronell from
San Remo Point Drive who received
Speaking
ofat they were edible, 10 slapped Washington, D. C.. and Mre. Mr and Mrs H. West Bobby Florida Highway Patrol. The home on Mohegan Road in a telephone call Tuesday abilitywill
reel myself on the back .U the rut S. O. Olson from the state of end Alya will lee the White dinner committee Included Mr. East Venice. evening from their son

01 the afternoon. Washington! all were guests of Sox play the Red Sox. Mr, and and Mrs Frank Bowdler, Mr. -0- Victor Leach with some good A bring you
Again we were Imazed .t the A. A. Thompeons .t Enile. Mrs. Robert Arnsll with Victor .
the and Mrs Leroy Bowdler Mr Mr Harry White has the news. Is coach of gymnastics
r the water hyacinths in bloom wood Vista this past week Iwo babes, Mimi and Jane will and Mr. Nels Carlson, Mr. end loveliest petunias we have ever at the Willow Brook new opportunitiesDALE
..r sad floating down the river -o- drive up Sunday to bring the Mrs. Robert Eastman, Gail Olson seen, the blossoms are huge High School in Illinois and his U:
They! had been dynamited and Mra. John Deman of Old En. three home again and Ruth Babucz and form cascades over the team won All State Champion
1 up north we paid 25 cents a Ilewood Road II laid low with -0- Greeters were Mr. and Mrs sides of the planters on each for gymnastics in the state _

1S S clump for outdoor fish pools. pneumonia. We hope she reGood old Englewood!: I dad it William McGarry and Mr and side of the walk to the front -- 1
could reach hands
cut We of the just boat and our pluck a coven person. soon She i. a grand again, with Mr, W, D, Hughes Mrs. Ralph Horton. door. Mrs. White is doing fine Mr. and Mrs Ced Logan on -
lovely blolleom. It you want the of Pelican Shorea winning the The next meeting on March and it must be a pleasure for I Neptune Drive have entertained CARNEGIE Mart Him ntr HMiV a M4 ftfnu
-
dessert 28 will Par.de.her to see that brilliant few this 5 4 wows wk* eec
content held in feature a Hat mass as guests a days aew e
feel of Florida go up the Mr. Mr and Mu, Paul S.ylor fctou, pmuiito Mhnt .. _
hCi; of flowers as she looks out the week, Mr.
She Logan's
goes to Sarasota M cousins Mr.
Han _
matter how or btteri
akkl. No have been |-
many .t the home
bmH one makes this trip ft's brother, Mr Gresham Schoel of her for w. hOPe will be her eccond A picnic lunch was given at window and Mrs. R. H. Stinchfleld from TWO FREE pJopU mMmlliiMoM = .....arose
7 htv*DM I but
win in Oscar Scherer iMkiklU >a
the contest held Park by Mrs.
excitin Sunset by the nd ...
on Drive, for the pest knowkdm H talm r t
Citrus Commission of Florida. Clarence Swee-tscr for her t DemonstrationMeetings ffoctlv. 'in
-- six weeks or ipMktni Seorw'hi Od>
so They have guests Mr. and Mrs Claude I TRAILWAYS I a.va w.. h.a' e.an d to aea..e.
Mr. C. Nlcke"n 11I110 grate- now returned to Cleveland -0- Roles from I p..ktng by
Quincy, Mess The
IuJ to the Venice Memorial -0- Mr and THE DALE CARNEGIE
Mrl. COUW
Raymond Rolsi have been in Punta Gor-
Hospital h. wrote and lint Mr end .frs. E. Saline, a Poole and daughter, Mimi are da for about four months They 5DayPERSONALLY I 7:00 P.M. ??.Mae, brwfa.d s"aael
down to u. five p gea. Now niece of Mrs Irving, from Min visiting with Mr. Poole' sister, like it so much in Englewood, Monday, March 23 beloll J
we must give you the hih. nespolls were house 'guests et hire Bob Arna11 for several I they era looking at t ESCORTED An ama.teeq
bIbta for he sure II very ,rate. the Merrell Irvine home on c1'YI. Previous!, they had been which to build! their property future on NASSAU "ll .* Poeoece" ... 1M I.
IuJ for the wonderful cue he McCaU Road. for two weeks in Georgia. home. Thursday March 26 ifm*********
STEAMSHIP TOURMARCH Newantere.aretaeanIb.r
received while there H. --
epeah of the adorable Mrs Bobby Alys and Joyce Ar Members of-0-the Community Dempster -0-and Ruth Lewis 30 For complete detail, or to I New I.u ;::'Z

Wright!' who Ie hud nurse. He nail of North Broadway art Club of Englewood were warn. drove in from Indian Rock with I make reservations pleats call *..tii..t>M* H....I.. _
prates the meal with all the going up to Sarasota on the ed of the dangers attending Lilian and Oslon Ktsson and LEAVE VENICE via SPECIAL COACH AT 9 A.M. Mr. Larry Tickner 488.2284 Sall..alt.emsn -
different diets always Oft the bu. They wilt be met at the traffic violations in Ph. I
an address year-old dog to I 488.5612
a see Ralph
dot Ht shows he had a sense depot by their aunt and uncle bv Sergeant Knudson of the and Jeanne Lewis, at their .-__ J j Presented by Florida Institute, Inc.



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How Prizes Will Be Awarded

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Entrants under the rults can win priies as follow*:

The following number of votes will be Issued for subscriptions during the )4$00) tabsrrtprloa ConMW: The person entering from Southern Sarasota County:
or near the county line httotal an adjoining county who secures
Club Coupon 1st PERIOD 2nd )PERIOD 3rd PERIOD FINAL PERIOD the largest vote by any or all of the methods

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-, will credit a contestant with 75,000 extra S years 10.00 40,000 83,000 J0,00 15..01 state sales tax.

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No. .... .. .. Subscriptions et $ 6.00 S. .., ." to above out of state WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN.HERE'S After the ford and $309 prizes are awarded the en.

Nee ..... .. .. Subscriptions $10.00 5. .. ."" 25,000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION' REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY 9 P.M. trant residing outside of the city limits( of Venice with

Ne ;..n..... Subscriptions at $1400 S .s .. ." NOTE: All money turned In counts on |30 clubs. No subscriptions accepted for less then 1 year or more than 1 SAVINGS the next largest BOND vote or !its total cat will be awarded the $300 U.S.

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I Contestant'. Name ...... .. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. . GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES tent out, ef Venice, the entrant with the next largist ***
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total will "* NEW $7399! rWOIDAJR>?
NOTE: No limit on the number of these coupons contestant' MOBILE DELUXE DISH WASHER
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\ .. The entrant having the next largest vote total win V*
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CONDITIONER.

WHAT 10 $30 CLUBS YIELD IN VOTES THIS WEEK ALL WHO ENTER AND DO NOT WIN PRIZES w<9
be paid ten ( ; ) CASH COMMISSION cat ttw
O/s0 0p OF 0pn 0 s0 0$ b o'p"OD amount of percentturned I Into their credit for new and
., o, HERE IT IS all figured out. Any combination of subscriptions totalIng $30 worth yields' votes on the same batii.! There are renewal I subscriptions to The GONDOLIER. (See Me

b.. NOT EXTRA VOTES. This' include votes. that Individual subscriptions earn, 200,000 club votes, 75,000, on the club coupons and No. 13).

r.) FREE VOTE COUPON 25,000 for making subscription reports. Thil table U published so that contestants can set a goal I for M many lubiortpttofti, and

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:0) 400 FREE VOTES TEN $30 CLUB ($308)) In $1400 SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS YIELD .. .. .. . . . .. . . 4,175,000 VOTES

fhereb'cllt400FREECREDITStotherredlt Thii meant gelling only 22 subscriptions for 3 ysart. SUBSCRIBE

of This tame number of subscriptions after Friday yields only .i .. .. . .. .. .. .... .. . 4,355,000 VOTES .
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Cast This meant getting 30 people to subscribe, renew or extend their time for 2 yearsThis "
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s.4 THEY ALL COUNTI (This coupon must be This tame number of subscriptions after Friday! yields only. .. . ,, ,. ,, .,,,.. .. .. . . 3,125,000 VOTES I :
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DIc.0 0P0 1V0 000c O9.4 D ,v 0 CONTESTANTS: St your goal for Tan Clubs this wink and work until you get them Ten Clubs of lubieriplionj k fl flI

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PAGE FOUR THE GONDOLIER I MONDAY, MARCH. ,th,=|
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A Funny Thing Happened on Letters To The Editor

the Way to the Bank

To The Editor: enough to wreck a car. on Coin Club Show. For air
@ The City of Venice proteststhe trial run we all think it WM'
r A4izLiI I just want to add my word routing of tourists to the great success. Over 100 *
of praise for your police de- middle and eastern highwaysof attended. people '

7 partment.The the state. Perhaps if the Congratulates on your MII.
...rtet night of the recent afore-mentioned and other torial Re Rialto-Highway
t I iG thunderstorm our toy poodle, dangerous situations were corrected lived on Golf drive for 41.,i
{ Sally, got out of our cottageat automobile associations years and had to make a L1F1'turn !: 10
Tarpon Center and was lost. would look with more favor on there WOW
::: I called the police to have
MEMBER Of THB ASaoOtATKD ana JTIMBHI or TH' FTOltlPA' our area. Sally Stubbs
PRESS: .
ASSOCIATION \\5AE 3IF9F them report any lost dog We have been coming to VeniceComedy
''rho AMneI.W "' b .. .. .. They had an officer at our Florida since 1934. Traffic has
.tltl. for Kmbllmtfa. rf .11 .........
R eI w.peal Dot -. ._......,......10 Nhlp.p.e.... 4e I.. ..1. pabh.IM. Ly ..All re 01 reeubUeUa. place within 10 minutef. He increased many, many time
.Ia..h aN rewvdTb. and
with his
.... ..... .heal. adv .. .. .. ON AIR cruised about car Yet the same old two-lane
tlIar .at.ne eI tAla 10 _. sad lID officer and Corner
bhtloa II ( later another came in
pre.ty torbldd.. wept h. wriU- ........... Tamlami Trail is use up
aided in the hunt. to the lower west coast. It is
Published T.im Momkr cad 'I'll....... from u.... R Miami' ArawMBntmd Our poor little poodle came totally inadequate. Day after
A. Strand Clu. ...\too Al to ort..." At V...fc* Ftorfcta home about 3 a.m. Wanting to day we hear ambulance and
do something for the men who police sirens sometimesonce

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher helped us I went to the station sometimes several times

COURTNEY WILLIS ............................... .... ... Executive Editor He and wouldn't saw Chief hear John to any Shockey gratuity racing down 41 to the scene
remind.
r SAM DILLON ........... .......... ............. News and Newsphoto Editor ; just said it was part of of er accidents that you, or a chilling your friends/ or

I ROGER KILBY..... ........ .......... ........... Mechanical Superintendent their Job. neighbors might be next.
We have so much pleasant MRS. RUSSELL, E. LUX,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 help thank and the cooperation whole departmentand I wantto South Venice Boulevard

per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, $4.25 N.r let them know of my ap- To The Editor:--
per six: months, $3 per three months.
preciation. Upon this occasion, the completion
r of term of office as
my
rc'l MARCUS D. RICHARDSON,
commander of the Venice Power -
Visitor from Winnetka, HI. Squadron, I want to take
this means of thanking you and
To The Editor: your staff for the many courtesies
The Bill Wade Incident Recently there was an edi- extended our organization
torial in the GONDOLIER concerning during the past year.
Our entire membership Joins "Why, I'm rotating the
The University of South Florida hat about the nation working with youth. ( J from The the Rialto hazards onto of U.S.driving 41. in extending these thanks for crops, silly!"

cancelled out Chicago Bear QuarterbackBill His pitch isn't to sell pro athletics, If This is only one of the many the generous manner in which

Wads at a speaker {for its April 4 but sell the idea of clean and decent = equally dangerous entrances.We your publication was made
activoltie.
'
available to publicize our
ports awards banquet because Wide it living. In his hometown of Nashville jj IPr vard.live There on South are Venice some Boule-2,000 and bring Its purposes be- / -&- HOMETOWN

a professional football player. Tens, he teaches a Sunday School class r residents of South Venice, most for the public. -4'- r SERVICE
Dr. Herbert Wunderlich, USF dean of and is idolized by young and old. Hers of whom along with visitor to HERMAN A. HUHN, AP -t_ Cart:
student affairs who cancelled Wadt'i their area, must use 41 to get Past Commander. pnrrse-
engagement no wonderful HUGH
pantywaist
[just a
; guy. to Venice, or to travel any. imw::.:=:,
said, "This has reference tors an McPHERSON
no Bill Wade tarred in Football at Vanderbilt where north or south. To The :
to Wade. a person but it would be the As you attempt to enter 41 Thanks for the nice coverage PS9-M2 488-4547
University, an institution which
from South Venice Boulevardyou
association with football which
pro wedidn't goes in for scholarship rather than ath- State Farm Net compete with traffic from
think at this time we could stress letics. His father, Judge "Pink" Wade, WooIworlhBuys South 41 coming 'round the LOOK! Special
April .
to false hopes or ambitions a noted jurist and patriarch of one of Shows IncreaseInvestment curve those coming up from
Tampa Tribune Sports Editor a Englewood on 775, two filling
further gave Nashville' most distinguished families, Income of $25,- Citrus RecordOranges stations on opposite corners o MacARTHUR HOTELON
He
explanation. said USF officalt
also was a football star at Vanderbilt 896,777 offset a $12,057,121 loss and the adjacent automobile THE BEACH
apparently were concerned lest the appearance on Insurance operations to produce place, and a continuous Tow I A WEEKLY RATE
Among Wade's cloest friends and admirers .
of Wade might suggest intercollegiate 1963 profits of $13,424,746 purchased from of traffic from north 41, whichis V Private Room and Beth wide 3 Meals
in Nashville is another e -pro for State Farm Mutual, the Florida and other producing usually speeding up, thinking .
football was on its way to the athlete He is Dr. Armand L (Buck) company reported today. areas by the F. W Woolworth they have left the Venice K $40. single $65. doable
campus of the university, of which !its Currie the The net, after $7,093,196 in Co. reached a record high in area. You try to look in every $2S. Deposit
officials' want no part. distinguished pastor of thatcity's dividends to policyholders, was 1963 for the fourth straight direction, then dash across the
REGISTER IN MARCHPh.
Wad. said he was disappointed that Westminster Presbyterian Church, $6,331,550. The year's figuresare year. highway when there is a small
who played professional baseball. Wonderof well below 1962's profit on Purchases exceeded 300,000 opening in traffic often 488-547
.be would not be able to speak to the this revered of all operations of $36,300,980 anda cases during the past year, saidH. causing oncoming motorists to
the
USf students; that he had no intention man cloth wouldbe 1962 net (after policyholder W. Bode, vice president of look indignantly when you finally
of stressing athletics. He is going, how. banned from speaking at USF for fear dividends and taxes) of $24,- restaurant operations for the get up nerve enough to
he might sully it with the taint of athletic 759972. The company added 85-year-old retail merchansise cross in front of them. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS
ever, to Daytona Beach Holy Week with professionalism? Or onetime athlete $6,019,483 to policyholders' sur chain, in a year-end report."It The entrance to Venice Gardens .
30 or 40 other athletes to help keep in Billy plus for a year-end total of is Woolworth's policy to is even more dangerous.I On Auto Insurance
band the students who descend: on that Sunday if he were alive $280,437,528. In 1962, surplus make purchases" locally whenever recently asked why residents I. NEW LOW RATES
eert coast: town each year for the Easter When you ask what's wrong with pres.ent gain was 21203575. possible, Mr Bode said. did not petition and protest this 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
Hugh G. McPherson State "L ,
education situation and someone replied 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
-day higher the incident involving
Holidays. Farm representative at 225 S. ers benefit from this, as wellas there hadn't been sufficient accidents
Bill Wade is one of the finest young Bill Wade and USF can be offer Tamiami Trail in Venice, said thousands of people in the yet to Justify a light!
ed the world's largest auto insur state employed in productionand
men of this generation, in or out of professional as an example. One thing is certain: er had 1963 earned premiumsand distribution," he pointed The entrance to the circus -
sports. As a leader in the Fellowship Bill Wade will come out of it just as membership fees of $639- grounds, airport and Methodist

of Christian Athletes, ha goes big a man as he wet before it happened. 138,335 a record 14.2 per out.Woolworth now serves more Church and especially are similarly dangerous unlighted itou' AGENCY
cent above I962' 559368025. than one million people each ,t s 116 W. VenIce AwnM
Assets in 1963 rose 10.4 per day through its 1,706 luncheonettes approach from the south
I Who Shot Down That Cloud? cent, from $787,056,201 to $868- and 23 cafeterias, locatedin and must make a left turn As T"'phoneI 488.2200
this road
914. 355. all 50 states, according to you leave to return
Edward B. Rust president, the report. Its facilities can south, there is a hole on the Hlkurt.i'JI.1t'L4uBUY :
The Cleveland Indians are reported Tourist Bureau, cars from Florida and said the loss on 1963 insurance seat 70,587 persons at one time. right as you enter 41, deep
looting. around this part of Florida for a California were being stopped at the operations was produced by an Woolworth is the largest pun
spot to pitch their spring training wig. state lines and searched for cameras. all-time high in claims. State veyor of prepared food in the
Farm settled 2,957,785 claims world.
I warn. To explain pictures that had already during 1963, up 8.8 per cent Mr. Bode noted that Wool-
They are ready to return to the Sun leaked out, the bureau issued from 2,716,559 in 1962. The dollar worth's food facilities served THAT NEW HOME
shine State, according to reports, after a statement saying the curious new value of those claims soar. up more than 19 million hamburgers
ed 15.8 per cent from $313- 5,882,750 turkey dinners -
trying Arizona and finding it wanting as ground cover was not really snow buta
.
816
597 to $363,707,124. 6,750.000 pieces of apple
e place to condition baseball players.The white desert mOil that forms to protect The company has increased pie and 113 million cups of coffee .
Indian disenchantment with the grass from the winter sun. rates In 30 states to offset the last year, \
wide became Some Tucson residents insurance operations losses "Purchases during 1964 are
of
open spaces more pronounced course,
and plans to file for further increases expected to increase becauseof
the other day. Here's the reason hod never seen snow before and during 1964 Woolworth's continuing! er. /

why, as reported by the Associated didn't, know what to make of it. One State Farm Mutual increased pansion program," Mr. Bode
Press in a Tucson dispatch: man was heard speculating that a its policies in force total said. "The company contemplates NOWy' 1/- i
from 7,379987 in 1962 64 food facilities .
to 7- opening new
Th. Cleveland Indians if all careless/ duck hunter
got had shot down
957,555 at the end of 1963 a 7.8 during the year, as wellas
backward They should have moved a cloud per cent rise. Of that number, enlarge and remodel oth
their franchise here and held spring Birdie Tebbettt, manager of the 7,828,487 were auto policies. ers," he added.

training in Cleveland. Indian, went out to inspect hit club'i

Back Mere, it was clear Tuttday. training grounds For en-catcher, "YP'-:7' "

;! Not what you'd call sultry, but clear it was a memorable tight. He had

i. Tucson also/ was clear clear/ up to never seen home plate covered to

Its anklet in snow, five Inches of it. well before.

Nothing unusual about that No The Indians sent their quartermaster COMES

more uncommon than, toy, a tidal out for fire dozen pain of

wave in Kansas. tennis thoet. Then they split up, the

// was hard to get the native to pitchers and catcher going to a

talk freely about it. Apparently under gymnasium at nearby Davis-Monathan

order from high up, they all had Air Force Base and the rest of the }

the tame story: "That'i not mow. out team working out in a municipal rec. ... a'
there. That'i lust a mirage that took reatioit center.

a little chill during the night There was no telling when they'dget THE 1964 VENICEPARADE

i At the suggestion of the Among outside again

of HOMES

I aL We Grow Bigger '


;l J Like next year's automobile models, inches taller than their counterparts at ; ry ::7' .' a.I' '.' 1IOte hfJI1 lef9 /llo'yotlrll f.N.you'll

Americans are getting bigger each year. the turn of the century. The average man'sweight '( .

We're not only getting larger with is 20 pounds heavier, but women

tl each generation, but were healthier, are sin to eight pounds slimmer than their Mf

growing sturdier and living longer, ac.
grandmothers were at the same ages.
Mrs. Ruth Townsend assistant like the
cording to One of the major reasons for the increase many
(tn nutrition with the Florida Agricultural
'In body size is the t
I,i Experiment Stations. Back in 1900 the productive advantages of
human life expectancy was only 47 years. American farmer who is harvesting more a

Today it's around 70 years. nutritious meat, milk and vegetables than

.1 I 1 Modern men and women average two ever before, says Mrs. Townsend. I First Federal Home Loan.


I ''iU Library Column The Morflnque

The Malibu ?. 'I\ VENICE OFFICE

lif'JII; By ROCKWOOD BULLARD needs to feed on; the poetry, the The Cardinal 601 South Tamiami
Trail
i r I V';"' President, Friends of the Library religion/ the drama, the novels/ the The Southern Belle

; : The Free Public Library for the Yen- philosophy." The Ma/son/ Bleu

1 1''. t?;" Ice Area is the place where you can discover Our Free Public Library now presentsthe The Sfarfire II

t q) I i. 1f$ the world. doorway to adventure, entertainmentand ALL FIRSTSAVINGS

1 1t ,( I In an address to the American Library Knowledge.ALL .

; ',: L Association: which sponsors Friends of the MEMBERS OF FRIENDS OF THE ATEAST
I t. i Library, President Mason W Gross of LIBRARY OF VENICE AREA ARE GATEON AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA: f

1 f ; Rutgers University said: INVITED TO ANNUAL MEETING
I I MAIN OFFICE 200 South
: "In/ the libraries you preserve not TONIGHT AT 8 IN VENICE CIVIC Pineapple

only the objective facts, but alto/ CENTER TO ELECT BOARD OF EAST VENICE AVENUEOpen OTHER OFFICES South Gate end St. Around /

,prod of the _materiolt which the tout DIRECTORS. D.ily.I I 10...m. to 5 p.m. Closed .Easter Sunday


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[Vo-It-:ours 1f Chapeaus For Easter Social Card Party "FROM EVE -TO YVES" IS -




Combine High Fashion/ Low Cost I Has Easter Theme FASHION TALK SUBJECTMJC 1 I


At Woman's Club

(Mrs. Rudolph Shows Group ProfessorWill c

I An Easter motif was carried
out for the decorations at the
How To Make Their Own Hats Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club Address
social card party held at the I

firm ,1 1 feminine reaches 1 and after the basic shape Is club on Wednesday. Woman's
The Club
c u year at Easter. established, they are hand- r Baskets, filled with red and
'e,when M,1 I ,dyecr dons her new blocked a second or third time pink azaleas, delphinium, Irish
bonn I I. to achieve the desired d< on- bells and straw flowers of Mrs Florence H. Girvin of
ir 5ra'' area wom3vr tive shaping Brims be many colors adorned several Manatee Junior College, a ,
Vc can
Thu
', f u"d a way to make cut to'any depth, split for tables around the room. sought-after luncheon and af
bud"' she l nk and the style twisting or shaped to the de. There were ten tables of ter-dinner speaker noted for
I by cr' sling her own sired design. bridge. Slams were bid and her wit and wisdom, will cometo r. v+
'tn,m.. W 1 ,m E. Rudolph, re Felt, a pressed material gen- made by Mrs. Ernest Exon and Venice Wednesday to speakat a ,del'
rd N w York" City school erally containing rabbit hair Mrs Walter Gelsser; Mrs. Wil- the luncheon meeting of '4 :
,'r v.1'' :;' aught, hat-mak- and uid before woven materials Ham A. Kent and Mrs. N. J. Venice tfokomis Woman
.!n!? ,*-, dull: school there were thought of, are Werwl., Mrs. George Theiss Club
-'ve pointed the way steamed and this can bf done and Mrs S. C. Turkenkoph Mrs Girvin's subject will be
eft 'le r ere a millinery over the ordinary te.,kcttlf' Door prizes wen awarded to "From Eve in the Garden of
vanstrnt.)n at Nokomis I Mrs. Rudolph said When soak Mms Jean V, Kent, Mrs N J Eden to Yves St. Laurent in
'! Dcn nstration Club ed with the steam they are Wersel, and Mrs. L. V Tuck- Paris Why Fashion?"
t"week. She explained to shaped and pulled into desired erman In her humorous but fact
sixty w'',men present just depth on the block Like the Refreshment hostesses were packed talk she will trace the r 4
to fO r JUt creating their straw, they are redampenedand Mrs E. D. Gerberlch chair history of clothing customs and
becoming and flat- styles aid analyze the reasons
meat blocked for further
man, Mrs Bernard Freedmanand
] and where the for the development of fash-
ng styli depth and shaping The brims
.
Mrs Ray C. Lapping Mrs.
ion
and the
I''I:.'s may be obtained can be designed in the same Lapping arranged the floral Industry
who sew even those She will discuss the psychological
semen\ manner the straw brims are decorations.
oc.n whip up an expensive handled ,f and anthropologicalreasons
.. ... Duplicate bridge Is played at back of the
: or coat often! are thrown Even the most die-hard sun-I --- --- develop
at the idea of hat EASTER HAT the club on Harbor Drive every ment and the reasoning and
i loss worshippers In Florida suc- HOLDS NO PROBLEMS for the women who I MRS .
FLORENCE GIRVIN
,:jn There is no greats cumb on Easter and the once- decide to whip up their own creations, after the demonstration Thursday afternoon at 1 pm purpose Inherent in changing
:try about the matter, she year chapeau wearer can, on millinery given by Mrs William E Rudolph, right, Members, guests and friendsare fashions.
j. and each woman can according to Mrs. Rudolph, be last week at the meeting of Nokomis Home Demonstration invited. The meeting win be at 12:30: She is co-author with Dorothy ers, American Assn of University
reby make for herself the as stylishly adorned as the Club Mrs Rudolph is fitting a felt form on a hat block for pm at the North Harbor Drive Dunbar Bromley of a book on Women, Phi Beta Kap.
11'Jcnt of a $75 and up Park Ave matron in the Easter shaping while Mrs Josephine Hoar of Osprey, workshop clubhouse the mores of the college gen pa and Chi Omega sororities
aon: found in exclusive Parade. And her husband chairman, is attaching braid to a buckram form. On the table CAP Cadets Reservations should be made eration, published in 1940 by and is a member of St. Boni
pj. In Addition, she can won't even feel! the pain when are two completed hats, a floral confection and a smart black by tomorrow noon and cancel Harper.. face Episcopal Church. F
i. the shape of her face the month's bills descend straw braid. (GONDOLIER PHOTOS by Dillon) lations must be made no later When her husband, Prof. She is a frequent speaker at
1 hair style. take into con. -- than 5 p.m Tuesday Harvey F Girvin of Purdue both women's and men's clubs
ition the costume for r v ..f ,. ... Give PartyFamily Mrs. Leslie Lovelace or Mrs University, was nearing retire and before civic organizations.Her .
ch the hat Is planned, and H C. Elam may be called for ment Mrs Girvin entered Pur major recreation hobby is
up with a bonnet which iseoi'pme Night for Venice reservations.The due College]] of Education to mountain climbing
of what is right r' Civil Air Patrol Spuadron Wed program was arranged prepare for teaching in what. At the club's business meeting
HER alone. i--1 nesday at Venice Cicle Centerwas by Mrs Margaret Busbey. ever community they chose for officers will be elected.
Forms Can Be Bought; attended by families of 23 Mrs. Girvin was the first retirement She then taught at
.:kram (ta stiffened base CAP Cadets and 14 Seniors faculty member appointed to Purdue and when they came to Sea otters live in pods, or
le:1: :) hat forms in all Guest speaker was Maj.] Joseph the Manatee Junior College Sarasota she Joined the Manatee herds. Active mainly by day
pee and rn:s can be purd .. Kiernan who talked on the staff as teacher of creative staff. they sleep in beds of kelp, I
eta E, rasota shop mdn y CAP Cadet program He and writing and Journalism, director She is active in Sarasota sometimes with chin on chest
vend and decorated acing Mrs Kiernan, a captain, were of information services and County League of Women Vot and a paw over each eye,
to the taste and de. of member of the administrative
o Ii the wearer! They cost F guests honor council of the college, >1'3( X-X- -X) *
I ::e at $1.50 and the m" xTO General Curry awards were After graduation in 1916 from
is approximately $2 50n presented to Cadets 3 c. Walter the University of Michiganwith VENICE MOVIE LOG
Packard and David Girard
are also chicken wirer a master's degree in creative TROPICAL
GULF THEATRE
.". ,'h..:h can be purchased Seven cadets received recruiting writing and speech, she
SO cents: and covered with ribbons from MajiCiernan ). served as an editor of American Mon, Tues. Wed. DRIVE-IN THEATRE
\ q. netting, veiling or oth- : They were: Cadet Boy, associate editor of
derorat 3ns. Sgt. Fred Van Patten, Cadet Hearst's International and Rock Hudson and Monday, March 23
f' the. d; "Tier::: wants more 3 c. Walter Packard, and Cadets wrote a weekly book review Paula Prentiss HOME: FROM THE HILL"
add, anal forms not obtains B: Elaine Ellis John for' many years for New York In with
in the area, these mry bo Scaglione Jr, Walter Balsmg Herald Tribune's Book Review "SUNS FAVORITE Robert Mitchum
ered fro-n the shops in then o er and Diane Crawford Cadet Section and regularly contrib SPORT"
1 St. ;Imery di strict, been yra Steve Norwood was not present uted articles to Woman's Home

F :h and Sixth Ave. to receive his ribbon. Companion, Pictorial Review, s .... M.une. I .n.. N..... n 0. 8. 41tl
t in New York City Afterward, a Walt Disney The American Magazine Red 'aturda and Sanda M car
-.L!. she showed patterns film t Man in Space," was Book and The New Republic.
inclusive designers which $ yjd shown and refreshments were
'te purchased in any pat- 4 served

i:J department and these Mark Stires has Manasota Life &
the been appointed ( Casualty Underwriters, Inc.)
Han be made right at 4 information officer.
,cg<< machine. Some called J THINKING ABOUT INSURANCE?
-mocking: some were drape

cMed nd others. were knitted or Rummage Sale Set then

iterative materials can bead Veterans of Foreign Wars
anywhere. Mrs Rudolph MEMBERS OF THE Nokomis Home Dem- Mrs. William Rudolph standing right, looks Auxiliary 8118 will hold a rummage CALL FOR PAUL ,
gated that the flowers on Mrs. Rudolph taught millinery in the New sale April 11 from 8:30:
ostration Class try their hand at getting the school for several I
id during the Easter sean York City adult system am. to 4:30: pm. at 120 West
ten.cent stores and de- feel of how to make their own hats while yearsSymphony. Venice Ave.Anyone PAUL E. SANDERS
\torrent stores make excel. Phone: <488.6738 (formerly with the
wishing to contributemay
\ decorations and that hob- call Mrs Curtis Boyle or TOOLE INS. AGENCY; INC. U. S. Marine Corps)
slope display items Talk 'I
many Stuart Will Clarence Kroener. '
able for adaptation to hat. College Mrs. r -

iOIIt.Straw Braids Used T To Old Goats ,

,he smart exhibted this: season straw) braids of all On Tax ExemptionWilliam Plan Music MergerIn HAPPINESS. a home of your own !

vi, shapes, sorts and N. Stuart, Sarasota I
thi,
many of them import
will speakon
which can be purchased in County tax assessor,
Slots These da the proposed amendment to
are m pen.
(for shaping during the the homestead exemption meet-at Coming SeasonFlorida
luncheon
the Wednesday
tag and con be made at
of the Old Goats Club at
machine, though the hats Ing
peung with the exclusive Deckhouse Restaurant West Coast Symphony Mrs. Harry Mundy is president t
Pn in quality are put toby He will discuss the levy of a and New College will af of the symphony group
1r hand.sewing during (axon the first $2.000 for school filiate, with both retaining in- The cooperative project will
taping purposes, exemption of the next dependence in all but music be initiated in the 1964-65 sym-
bn basic forms 'she dis- $5.000 value from the school matters, it was announced at phony season. The charter
Sod!! and exhibited were the millage and the application of the orchestra's fifteenth anniversary class at New College Is scheduled .
lW and felt bodies. These the county millage to the val. concert Thursday In to enter in September.
sue hat blocks and brim ue over $5.000 up to total assessed
'u for truly professional value of 7000. Valuein Bradenton A French researcher once
mary creations and both excess of $7,000 will apply to In the venture, major factors found that great vintages in you'llit
mal are worked with both with no payment of additional will be.The : Burgundy wines follow maximum
la damp, tax, Stuart said music faculty of the col.lege activity of sunspots
.l straw bodies are shapedthe Joseph Lavery will chair the I will play in the orchestra; '" 1 V
block while soaking wet meeting the general faculty and student
will encouraged to Swim
body be par-
ticipate in the symphony activities Ins ro y
7
Will Participate ; facilities of both
groups will be available to each
IDAR other and events will be scheduled WaterAT
to avoid conflict

Fair Opening continue The symphony its organizational society will administrative Warm Mineral

and committee
renouncement was made at abroad. activities without change and Springs
| Myakka Chapter, Daugh- Speaker of Jhe day was Mrs. will continue to handle its own more: with GOLD SEAL
01' the American Revolu- Robert E Lange Sr, "Indian. membership public relations, 12 Mile South of Venice
| Lady of Wisconsin" who described financial and musical organization OnUS41
r, meeting last week that her work In assisting affairs .
t organIzation will present the Indians on the Wisconsin 'HOME FINANCING
main She exhibited
ceremonial United reservations
'es flag to the New York bead work, one of the major GRANT'S' "SKILLET" SPECIAL
,rid'' Fair on April 25. crafts of the area Indians. Helping JOB find happiness In Hit If OUT greatest pleasure. The finest things

rids* DAR participated in the Members of the chapter will laid about our mortgage loins are laid by the many famlllei whom we have helped
meet
"
Columbian Exposition bring items to the April Carry Out
Chicago in 1892, date of the ing to be sent to her to assistin to become established in their own homes. There's a lot to consider when yon builder

ding of the society, on the the work bay to, if you're thinking of home ownership, remember, that Sarasota Federal's
BUCKET
hundredth Mrs. William Grove, regent,
of
Discovery of anniversary America and presided and welcomed the experienced lou officers till b< glad to assist you In any way. Coma In loon!

since then participated in guests, Mesdames Bell, Love I
e 20 expositions, here and lace and Curtlss f et
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.. Totem Pole

By PATTY JOHVSQN
and ANNE THARp PICTSWEET FROZEN
RATH'S BLACK HAWK
-: Qn March 13, six new mem
.here were Inducted into the
National Junior Honor Society. HONEY GLAZED -
OOth
The Induction took place durIng \ S Ice d
eighth period In the high canned
.. school gym Honor Roll certiH STORE

""The rates newly also Inducted were a highlight.members CEIBRA11DN[ str'wberrieswmjaifm

were Morton Chiles, Becky hams
Somerg, Phyllis Free, Latrelle :\ / ,
Griffin, Maureen Costigan, and .
Lana Breeden. Immediately ____ -

,.'.\ a after reception the assembly for the there parents wee $79
1C.. 'I
teachers, and Honor Society re4s 4.lb. 4
members In the Home Ec. 0 c.I1 pk0VNIIIP'v .

1'\\'\' room.
-0-
March 12 Venice Junior High
competed against Brookside Jr.
High in a track meet. Venice
came home victorious with the
score 86-39 The track team ruoLIA + }
won fourteen places in all with t'l4My Swift's Premium Smoked
fffl
second + < <
six first places three r

places, four\ third places, and M A R K E T S 4 Beef Tongue .*. 49e
one fourth place. Boys who
won first places in events follow .
/HONEY
$
: Ward Curry, 100 yard Swift's Braunschwelger or SandwichSpread
:; dash; Duane Curry, high'Jump; GLAZED *0c
S. James Clements, 220 yard r sa 2 8-01
dash; Larry Lewis, broad ? HA 1'I' pkgs.
'jump; and pat McDonald, football a a
throw. Venice also won s d
the relay race. The Junior
Varsity Track team also won 3
their meet with a score of 40Vj.
4214. e ifoirn produce Irittc o

-0- Y
The fourth period ninth trade HUNT'S FAMOUS GA.RED BRAND
i science class has been conducting All Purpose Red BlissPOTATOES
an experiment with seeds a
They soaked the seeds in watrr .
for varying amounts of tomato canned
time and some not at all. They
planted the seeds The seeds
which had been soaked longestin
: the water grew faster and
t taller than the eker. 10 It.. 39c catsupj tomatoes
=
seeds that were not bag
all didn even germinate
-0A -
Daddy.Date night! was
: sponsored by the Future Homemakers .
t of America Club All 14.n. 1 Oe 303 1 Of
the girls in FHA were to bring CLIP & REDEEM! bat caR
their fathers as a date to the
program planned especially for THESE s Limit 2 Per Eestemsr With Purchases Of $3 Or Mon
them. This was held in the
Home Ec. room Poems written .
I by Susy White were read. COUPONS. .
,, Skits were given by the Home
EC classes. The skits were an
Irish ,jig i a fashion show con. 9+ r
stating of clothes worn from 450 EXTRA FREE
: long ago to nowadays, a skit a
i about a young girls dream,
.
Smooth Swift's Os
or Crunchy
: "ana a'skit em the different ways [
(
of courtship from the cavemanto 4* Green Stamps PRICES Peanut Butter
I the space man Afterwards
refreshments were served By [%TRA EFFECTIVE
the way, the girls also made IOOO FREE IOO GREEN E : 1s.o:. 39c
the refreshments This was a STAMPS MON., TUES., WED. a
very.enjoyible evening for all! J;l Green Stamps! jar
MARCH 23,24,25,1964
..
-- .. ) Brealfart Club Hamburger or
Iff the Sarasota County Fair
an exhibit was given concerning BRECK HAIR! SET MIST Hot Dog Buns
our school. The title was reg. sis* 75e tax
,. called "Focus on Education. mlrai. W 4.n MarcH U. MM
E1
Those who helped make this exhibit S UVVVVUVVVUUUUVQVU
possible was the Art De 2rcg. 39c
I partment. :

;I Track for-the- girl s sport 1OTOCEXTRATOC'00 FREE 00;'IOO Regular er liver Flavor Red Heart (limit 4L)
4 I : club started last week. The White or Colored Marco!
i\ county track meet is planned tb1 Green Stamps Dog Food
for April 11. I ari*Ala-a J Mrdim a* ) 10*
'1 i CAPRI BATH OIL Paper Napkins ;P"i:::

: 32-ez. size 79c tax toll lOc
New p ...!- m-j.. xu-eh IS, MM ,HIUI Big-R Cut can

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt..f. 303 IOc
Neighbors Green Beans
con
II rJ ) EXTRA"X' dalMJ specials.
: The GONDOLIER welcomes 50 vuv FREE X'SO Jiffy Corn
: these pew neighbors to Ie ft' ..Cheese
f, Sooth Sarasota County , Mr- and Mrs Calvin Blak
; X
ar.4 ah
-"ul. Mdioia
I cawM I pkg.
ey, 349 Grobe st., North Port Tornew's Flavorful Italian Sausage
"t. Charlotte, from Pittsburgh, It.. 89c Nescafe limit I per customer 'with purchases of $3 or more
Pa. ..kaa MM. SS, IMMJfll Mb. 89

t helm North Mr., 166 and Port W.Mrs Charlotte 8. Highway Harry, from WU-Dr., SOO O .O OODS Instant Coffee 'fr 99'Green loaf

I Toledo, Ohio.
1 J Miss Edna Sayre, 345 Tal !500 E lIAmso > frozen foods.
I bot St., North Port Charlotte,
; from New Jersey. Green Stamps'' A $64'9S Morton's Plain. Of Powdered" Sugar
KTAIt
Mr. VAIUEICompset
and Mrs. Joseph II .
"di a k.rr mj r.dr.aluhy
I |
\ IRS st., North
I\eo. Chlropa
h Donuts
t Dsiisrt
Whip -
Tort Charlotte, from Sum. Topping 0 LIght! -WelghlHandsome
r mtrvtlle, N. J, 9Vi-ox. can 49c 'gym
QI'LII '
Ij I Mr, and Mrs Clyde Davies, : 1 High*Impad 3 18-ct. $1
I' BUS Dorothy St., North Port BrJvvvvlJlJV\1VVVvvvllvv8\ Caw with Record Holder pltg. .
I
,: Charlotte from Michigan
Mr, and Cecil H DUALARAMIC PARTYMA Stereophonic Cartridge
Connor, srsG St: (Plays Monaural, too)
North Port Charlotte, from 50 VUV W5 i( Q STEREOPHONIC PhonoE h -Two4-ln Speakers '

'I Maryland Mr and Mrs De Graff, J1l/ Green Stamps (Separate Volumt Controls)

1311 Cypress East Gate, I ..*.All mint.4...<*...ahSmutkon ) -4-Spoed Automata Changer I ,
Venire, from Atlanta, Ga Strwbrrf PrNtrniI cis 33, 45,71 RPM) l
12-ot. |I.... $1 I
( rjti: !| Toll Bridge Fee rI: .nhni Mrt. Xa Mi M. >.. IC't' 1 ;

,I I R j : Plea Is Denied 0900J90QOOOOOOOOOOQO

An effort by household foods
movers to make their customers 5OEXTR! 50I
I \ I pay toll bridge fees has
been turned down by the Flor.I J1l
I ( Green
: jda Public Utilities Commis- Stamps .oola.yauo'ItooPubn.-" M..,TKurt.
I A ? I Md.61."_ed pu.du ... dry:: : 1 J and*a cOM.(.but.r..iVuf
::
,i C. .sionvBy day: M. 1W4.
., a tw -to-one vote the SANK INSTANT COFFEE Guuothobw"Io"Vhww"( I Aa aaMialpethacary WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASUREI(
l commission rejected the addition 5-o*. far $1.09 o |ar M the ltmoplwn.1 rtm,.
l of 10 cents a hundred ...... WW 4 Marak S*. MM graph DMayTht .
'
pounds for toll bridge chargeson S[/ oooooooooooooooooo'PIe I Shipments, routed by Boca a CI Mwnegraph.In Iha w.l./, :Ma,=

i\ ; Grande- 1 dda Toll bridge, EXTRA" 'c will,......ba.. Imployaal mad,!* by q OIl"Impartial fubllfc *.third..* .MWiadliM pony of
: Sam bel Island Bridge, and the 50"X X'S 0 lam llaa, and wxiarrlad mliwra war. M( ka Shopping Center
: Sunshine Skyway Toll Bridge v U V FREE U U llglbla a 1 ; The decisionas based on ,DMN b Whlni t.Wy. .,w.W
the Commission's investlga- J"8 Stamps; r rd M.wa ML1 rna..H wW lack nan|"'|MM< rM Store Hours:
t thins! and a public hearing held I a:a ww.d.rdr.a ) l"

!f : .t; !in\l Jacksonville 1963 on December I 4 DIAL reg size SOAP 49c fOOWINN! Mon. FrL 8:30: 9:00:

; = li a separate order, the Com aJraa Wa*.. Mara* SS, 1M4 PUBLIX 100th store Celebration
1 : ""'Mission',approved the with. 8QQ2 oovs ONI AT I AC H.USIIX> Mtl... Sal 8,30-7:00: :
i ": tfrawai of the Florida Household .
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t
Goods Carriers Bureau of --

i i customer a proposal rent to an require entire that truck a born in March? heinztomato heinz heinz hamburger heinz hot dog heinz strail'1ed' zest

I I or trailer if he wants to ship time to renew
beans relish relish
I I an automobile boat er trailer soup campside baby foods beauty bar
long with his household goods yourdrivers
;f The carriers also suggestedthat licenses '::13' ',0'.. 19 11.I."r. 29' 11.pr". 29' 10 'M.n"" 2 ..... 39

1 necessary the customer reservations could for make the ___ _. ______.. ___ __ ._ .H__ _. .. ._ ._ __ _. __" ..........------...,.. ..1.__ -
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THE GONDOLIER "ACi""


D* ma JUDGE" 6MW *? reANtt! fI" brrI.JGISnJI -.- as
Personal AJ-6 M'1I1 SOTA t4)uNn, TWDRI rwstrat.lgNAMS
FLORIDA IN rROSATB STATVraNew
If JI:, aaTArd! or Y wa r wM.n.L
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. lOAN GRACE IPAUIJDI'GoP. dolt r a.t.
D..w.N it.N.5 w oe
I Monday, 8 p.m., St. Mark's ,.... M4' 101. T53ROT1cR view: toeuou 5aN
Episcopal Church Parish Hall. TO C'a&DITOII ...... a-.5 P5Ma. ar..a san
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PFM "'" r .ea Made
Call 488-4794. RAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .r ::o-r5.w a sad :: see. I
AGAINST SAID ESTATE:iaro '"
Y. 5.ny MtlfM and rootrirodat Mkr = .... ... ..
Auto For Sale ,". .,. ...... or d_...a wkkfc rot I Site W 01 Nud, mass.WYAIEA .
mar ban ...I..t tko ....... vt JOAN : wep1YQcnaI'oaATToe
..
-- CRACK SPAULDINO. Dooouol .law ofSaranU ,
CLASSIFIED Ooontr. Florida la t*. I> "M ofHon. lit M-.
Lots 1U7 FORD Country Sedan 4- Rhb.a.
For Sale JOHN T. GRAHAM SaraMte
Rentals Mobile Homes Misc. For Sale door Station wagon. Reason Ono. Judea ,la lh. Coniitr. Coma Pokltoki,.. ... M. .. M oo4 Am 1HBCISTER
-...* h_ Florida, wrlkl.idar '. obi
RATES ELK INLET!: Seawaue-pot I able. 4882300. ..... at o>..... ,.... Uio d... of des
ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY For Sale NEW & USED GARAGE 55555p oublleatkw tkla Notloa.Eaek woTMR ow nrwem w
ate boat
basins. E. L. Kliton. apartment. Heated EQUIPMENT. alalm: or domaod ainvt ko .. VNttnKAMK rw4Se e
Bsyshore pool. ..., .._ STATOT
Ratet., both Jnunday Drive. Nokomis.II Week Legal .rhl..n/ dmN .haft
Charge or month.
Reasonablerates. Hydraulic Jack fc LubrlctUon NOTICE U oTOT: CITBV said
ALMA loo ploM of roaMMiM Sid poat offloaMdroM
and Monday Editions VBNin W. Venice Ave. 488.3881.NICELY HOUSE TRAILER.!: 11146 Equipment Repairs of tko CI........ his. awnt or ""w ._'..... HMMOI .. -i w
ALSO KCSIDKNTIAL LOTS model. 8x18 $200. Deer Creek bio onornori ball ko aoomaanlol W Urtttw.. M MI Mn.T B Baoatr be

51.50 ALL) VKKiri 100 JacoBS BusiNiss....IIU IITIM. i FURNISHED Duplex, Trailer Park. Englewood TRI-COUNTY 1070 DeSoto EQUIPT.W.. CO. sense. fir CALL :.. lira...Suite d .y foa r, and 5550-C.; rank M alalmmovur 5516rh..5. : site Sid for tat Sar.wro Clare of O aW,*Ooiii. nuiiea.SUhPOAKT O.rY.
asonabla. Citrus tea alldjb arts Ta jr4riS ...
f.
w5..W.w 0.iIB
card FOR QUICK SALE 1 Leo Call Highlands CROSSLAND MOBILE HOME!:, Sa reU. fU.ca lased w .w 5. p..4 er wh.5ra.as at M.h .d tn..r rwM a,. p... _
1.2. ssWawmi OtlM: Sneak I.. Mc-Mm or 484-1068. Available !]- : eoa** .3161141 L..r. ..a..laal 5M c.aw J.ds a FaklUi" N.r..1, la. M oorf _.. a. Wwa
Aed-rtfe-" Words Melt 41 vetike. Owner" I the lot of April. 10x20, screeneo patio.. Waterfront S,1.MII. r .,.:. N :...
Phone 46MTOS. Lot No. I, Harborlltes, 817 NM..t.a..rN1.'w "" L .t7UmfG..
\ LARGE. FURNISHED 3 N. Tamiami Tr. :2-1](. FAN tJ110j; ncwndR6w. ... s. I .. .*.... ..>or for IkoMo .. MORE FEOrtJC .U
room a.ea ... sue __ of JOB CmooPI .
CASH + .. bother TW dey Houses For Sale I and bath apartment. Water, ad Electrolier. $17.50; J *" a. ........ wnfl IMC M Tkwioaw. 5p..wl.a SUBSCRIBING TO 31READING
and Monday Editions sewer, rubbish pickup included KIT CHAMPION Aluminum straight chairs, $1.04. f'h/JIII' / = H w\'IM4" N Pins"t te*. anHo. '._ JIaIr.-".
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M8-JS63. avoMf W MOVl A at Low,
SL4G NEARLY NEW 2 bedroom in rent $65 month. Near shopping Mobile Home. 8x25 ft. $530. mat of oaaf sore for Mneb4a. tit NatM Stroov TKB )
home and beach. Phone 4883785. Earl's Trailer Service Sarasota aT labor oad aiotorlak .M porfomlntawarr P O. Boa $",
close ,
to shopping cen RUBBER .n ... aoJ kioUooau to Ikaof Vo "taa FhrMa GONDOUZsWhale .
ters, hospital and school Phone 924.4448.10'x48' STAMPS made toot ak 55555 HOT. 5. II, SI. It. Itai
word minimum' 1 lAdditional Nice
If2| lot. AT OSPREY on Private Estate der. 48-hourservice. Office, a_ > *o>{_ Ao.. ..5.1be
Word, .ach Sc Low taxes Terms. 11750. ....4..r..sla 4555p.
Unfurnished 4 bedrooms NOWB Of TWTENTIOKTO
VINDALE persona, pocket or stock.: 488-
NEW 3.BEDRooM. 2 bath ALUMI u.e.inrtr... ppr4 b w puss-. BECISTER: FICTITIOUS NAMETfi..Mnlan.d steaks and stew, riek
home. Excellent ; living room with fireplace NUM, 2 bedrooms, tiled bath, 1432. t.a A,51h.. ... Eden/. 5.56"4 do korobr Mrtlfr tkat In protein, are consMerW a
r. A/4r AI4 P boar : location Naar ; kitchen; laundry ceramic "I IoootIo pals A..N 5..80., rbn.Ma thop' w.oMntu..5.. Apa...... kiwin .
-. ..._ ...alNrrtlK d/$1 _. wa shopping centers Very 'low ; gas heat, large gas tank, wall .. at 114 So. Armad. Rd. Vtnlaa. delicacy by the J.paneee.
u.o ,.. .. _. M.rwff". down payment. tile bathroom; gas fur. oven, Kelvinator, sliding doors, PORTABLE ELECTRIC Wash- Bad M .. __.6Ma. Fla. ..t.. ko fletltlon. Tiara of YEN.
b. Iw_.b ..... 01 II a.to .. NEW nace and stove; GE refrigerator exceptional closet space and er. Up to 3 Ibs. Timer, pump. by..ton*. MrtlfM Iwo or MrillWleWk ICs. ARMS APARTMENTS: and the
A 2 BEDROOM ..
..
.. home I. UK...ttoo thn fix tint tt .empe..d of U>. folbnrlnoId
.
.... 0.. .. 01 M. 0. P.O. ; vegetable garden; garage cabinets, TV antenna Porcelain-enameled tub.
; awnings .
phone .5.. ... ..
.. .... .Y .Pure r -... central water and central sewer availablt Mr Milt < tIIo-n'- MM ... .a._ pew Of NEED MONEY
Immediately; rent covered patio. Nice location 488-1047. a rumaM Sir DM 5/14..111./ If "' wolio
system No cash needed. $100 monthly, annual basis and wonderful .wwM U. ......... .itav !.!. a vriuto Jxa' G. .-, P. O. ... HI
DISPLAY Low payments to right neighbors. Lot wxIrMt vHk wM Boud. malt D.I. ,_ Pea Would lit. .. *.
CLASSIFIED party Phone SEAMAN, 960-2825, or 150 or call at office. HARBOR 20' ARENA CRAFT All fiber- tar I* too to MM.. 11oo<.. _..... .Z-- ". 50. 'IT, you *
One Edition, par 'Inch $3.00 BYRON MARKLE, Realtor. your own Realtor. LIGHTS. NwtMv M. ....* !.*. .1*_ M M to =l. torn money In atcrvw *.
Class! boat with 185 HP Interceptor ., .
Phone 488-4706 nlrW W FVrtd* k>. rwulrln vwkIMI1 Owaoroklp VMO. ATM Apartoienta protect family bwi-
Both Edition, par 'Inch $3.50 V-8 engine Late model MWMMMiM M< HH IwWIIVIHMrttfiM 5,5,5.55555.. your or
1 BEDROOM, furnished apart- ..... ftptifov*! vt nbMiitmetRivrl. J.... 0. NrtllTteii' M porMCNTS <-' ness in eaia of yw ****_
ed. SACRIFICE FOR QUICK ment. Yearly. Inquire Avalon Help Wanted low maintenance, fast boat for .i. .a l, WMrdura wttk U. n- L Natsm. 10 w., daaltft
All clanifiad payable' In SALE.!: Dream House for 2 bay and gulf. Looks like new, __ IIW a.d nn a S.Aonwnend It to .. l.t u. 5ppip to th. pected or clilltM1ityJIf ,

dvancs except eitabliihedaeeownk (CBS). Total value $$11,000, a Apts., 503 Barcelona guaranteed, $3,450.00. Hansen nerd.n"a h ,... ban.uSfaa.r ba .....n' ., w a. _oal'. Plash...01 t.""""'n Chat<.7. P'\Itrtd.\c.u" to I. end emmmOh. fwrare. you can qualify I CM ",r>

STEAL for $7,700.00 Down pay. PRIVATE 1 ROOM Efficiency, TAILOR Chris Craft Sales, 1201 N. Tarn Met ...t.. tthm .niM ..... after 513e .... ._.VENICE ARMS ArART. range a |I'3% |MA.
.l I.. .f ...d Bov4 .. vklck .... onorr. th". pnxrillono ef Ch.p.
ment, $3,000.00, will handle, assume $50.00 monthly. 2 room efficiency APPLY NOW iaml Trail Sarasota Phone VMIrMt I. ... ... U M kaiM t.to trr alma L.WI of Florid. A... of 1941Wltnov .. PAUL E. SANDERS
CANCELLATION small mortgage, pay. $75 00 monthly. Near D58- SI5. .b. ....". It to .....44 use' mil our .kMito. thto tot ttr of .
cr Ho < tint' h. ..b..t... ment $37 JO month. Owner Shopping Center. 4882502. Experienced In men's .
ADJUSTMENT 118 wear. ll.y P. T..Jeb Jr.. tees 111I.1. s.n. JOHN 0 NETTLFTON:

RtquMh for cancellation Aero lotte. Av., North Port Char- 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT Good opportunity. B.O-A.T 580.... BMnLSuhiVAiUaiM__ Terra AU.nw 'or ,. M.rrk THERESA II.: ID.K.Apr NJTTTHTOWPvklhlil 5. II. Hi...

or sdjuifment b. e a u II of near Nokomis Beach, weekor Ideal working conditions. 14-ft. Glassed. Trailer, motor wm W _,.... W ,r ,...

arror mutt ba mad for ONE ONLY "Estate" acre, month. Good fishing. Call Many benefits, Including 10 HP. Insured. All for $300. Arekltoit to I .... prior to kMopnlno

Sunday Gondolier BEFORE adjoining owner's homestead. 4885127. discount on purchases Poinsettia Ave., Nokomis, DoMnoata. (...Wh. R ooaiplM. .... I
..... .
_
Opposite Methodist Church. Into *. nP.In' aiar ko _I.
i ejron Mond,,. For Mon- Variety. huge trees 1 ml. Nokomis D. Tn W.nl Unf.ttiUk.4' Ho..r Apply personnel office, M at Iko offlM,, ., Mid Antltorh III
Gondoliar BEFORE 5 Beach 500 ft. Sarasota Cull. ,.... Trad .r Rntt. Taylor. Soot PahB Aeoa. "" Floriaa.or
diy
J... Call I... Jmb. 4M IUT i .. tko ..,... of oald Suporlatoadoat
Thursday. Bay Modest 2 bedroom home, of rtkko laotnutioi .,
pun. on MAAs BROS., Ovo aot thoMBM
14-ft. GULFLINER
35
additional residence FURNISHED BOAT, our ko oktain<4 kf a onUmctacKM
permitted. Real
Apartment. REAL ESTATE
_. ...... INVESTMENT
PHONE 4883802. HP Evlnrude, Electric Start a d of 111 M ( to a.nado .
nice. Call 488.4810. Sarasota ..
M kM to Hn Cdward J. fWbrt -
Motor, Gator Traitor $350. Call 1S1 -,itk Paloi A..... _..
488-3125 2 BEDROOM Furnished House 488-3389 FloHdal. Tkki dopolt will oo rofnadolupn
tko f tk. ...........
man > hi
_
Walking distance to beach. WANTED Short Order Cook. 'I.., aye eoadmra .. MM, Ankllort.urorltal Duplex in wonderful location. Small
OWNER MUST SELL: $70 month. Phone 4883034. Apply Cue Club office. Pets ...k nktnlnoda ,
5.5oaed.
kura ,.... Md A iltan.at .
Real EstateGULF FURNISHED STUDIO OMB of doovoMal. map ko obtain*! down payment with good terms on
I EASTER BUNNIES and Guinea
Gulf front modern Income apartment HELP WANTED, MALE: -Ap- from mU As.w4a..RMNw
on Casey Key. Call 488- Plumber Pigs for ssle. Call 488. A...._
pro preferable at
,
FRONT Key. property on most attractive .. .. balance. For further informationcall
on Casey I 4646. least l1r. Gulf Shamrock 3389. Jre srd .w 54. 5,4 emr
100x364 ft 2 bedroom, home terms. $5,000 down will exp. P.IN N tale '
:. :: : ; ::
Plumbing. 6451 55,4
with 2-car ,arao. Zoned for handle. Owner will finance HOUSE IN SOUTH VENICE.!: Business Personals hide '.-.".. 0.o.5.55P 488.6413 or 488-4196.
balance Property consistsof distance to Sdi1 falW'03ltioo ..ri/w.5
multiple use. Ideal for Investment Walking beach. KITCHEN HELPER. Male. Ap roI
and home. 23500. $5,700 five fully furnished Month or by year. Phone 488- ply Gulf Restaurant 220 Miami TYPEWRITERS and Adding:
nt !lOAD or ronucrfSTRuCnoM
cash or will trade for what Apt. Room to expand and 6604. Ave. W., between 102. Machines (mechanically: operated or SAASOTACOUMTT.
have double number of units. ) Chemically cleaned
you FLOIUDA.TI .
ON A DEEP CANAL 2 bed Located on Manasota Key. MODERN, airconditionedstores FEMALE. CLERK for DrugStore like new. Just $12.50 plus partsif HorkoH P. ".w. OlohwM.PtiVBikl .

room, 2 bath home, screened Englewood. Call 474-1810. Venice Shopping available Center.in South For .. Steady work. Will Stationers required., 211 All W.makes.Venice Venice Ave Monk (. M >M n. I.... -v"r. ..
rimming pool. Large boat train. at Nokomis
Inquire
....... .. Information call 4885858. 488.6113.
Ik Y. w.t v."' .r
house. Will trade for home not c..h ,.... .. Rm4 Pharmacy
M water. J... c.u ,... J__. 45455. UNFURNISHED, 2 bedrooms Real Estate Corner
> BEDROOM, 2 bath home. plus Florida room; living DENTAL ASSISTANT wanted.

Owe to Venice, on deep canal. GOLDEN BEACH near gulf room w/FP; extra large utility Previous experience not SHEPARD

reduced for quick sale, $13,500. room. In city children or pets necessary. Age 1830. Typing LUMBER CO.
BYRON MARKLE, Realtor Two bedrooms, two baths. Ok. $75.00 month. 488-5528 after required. Answer in own handwriting WHETHER YOU'RE
Phone 488-4708 30 foot Florida' room 5 p.m. giving qualifications! 1003 N. Washington Blvd.

and references. Box 1167, Vent Sarasota BUYING
112 ft. lot.
Uf OF WATER FRONTAGE on corner SLEEPING ROOM for rent. I ice. can New 2-bedroom 2.bath, with nice OR

on South Creek Say In Sor. 519 GULF STREET Call 488.3517 before U a4n ELLIOTT PAULfor

unto Shores. Paved Street, or after 8:30: p.m. Female Help Wanted screened. porch. Wonderful loca SELLING I
high and dry. $25 per ft. Terms. I You',. Beet Values Are
Art for Lauden at sales office BEAUTIFULLY Landscapedbrick CASEY KEY on the Gulf 2 ROOF TRUSSES tion. Small down round HERE! 6h,
bedroom furnished house BOOKKEEPER, Shorthand payment. Easy
ot Sorrento Shores 4 miles front home, 2 bedrooms Alum. Windows & Doers.
2 baths, central water Screened porch. 488-1333 488- ability. Full or part time. .
north of Venice. Contract Roofing ft Painting
2151. Contact Mr. Harris Wood terms. For information call
and sewer. A real buy at $17- Phone 488.2132 Venice
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL 250. Byron Markle, Realtor. thrvsler.Plvmouth 488-8745.

t adjoining lots with Phone 4884708. FOR RENTALS 488.6413 or 4884196INTERESTED

100' each on newly 4-laned la Venice Area Misc. Wanted Dressmaking alterations draperies .

Iimlami Trail (U.S. 41)) with NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar See etc. reasonable 488.1130
depths ranging from 223' to dens. 2 bedrooms each aide CHIPS JOHNSON LARGE SIZE USED GOLF

333' backing up to 60' wide 5' Central heat and airconditioned. Realtor Bag. Best quality. Present .
deep canal with access to Inter- Attractive lake location. condition: not important. Will
coastal waterway, toned R3. Phone 488.4885 or 488.6651. 306 W. Venice Ava 488-2279 inspect anything. Phone 488- WHAT MAKES

Weal sites for motel restaurant 6559. EMMETT SMILE? ?
marina, filling\ station, WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedrooms Wanted To Rent 2 BLOCKS TO

coops and so forth. This is the m baths, garage, Boats For Sale Downtown Venice
Reasonable Margaret ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME.
dock.
Trail Shores.frontage Will sell one of lot Sorrento or all Drive. Laurel Villa. 4882464. Single male, middle aged W. DeLUXE BOATING "::- H. N. Wlmm I trt Reoir, or 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
A. Buehrer Gen. Del. Venice.
,
fix lots for $12,000 each Z I BEDROOM, completely fur- Lake N Sea all fiberglass REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE SO' s Itf I U I

Terms. Phone Venice 488.5027, nished. Separate ,Irllll'. WANTED TO RENT Venice 2 runabout with TeeNee Trailer, TOTAL PRICE tlO.fQO.Q0
ar Tiait Sorrento Shores Sales Warm Mineral Springs $10,500 BR House, Air Cond. Retired folding top, 35 Johnson, electric AeeM fee Waters Union Telegraph
Office located 4 mil N. of Russell-Rlgby, Margarita St., couple. Best of references. starter and generator Excellent Monday thr* Friday t to S; Saturday .. I H. N. WIMMERS r

Venice t miles S. of SarasoU. Phone 425-1203. Inspection Invited Reasonable, furnished. Annual, condItion. $795. Apart CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

not season. Box 1193 or call ment 21, 1325 Tarpon Center 221 W. Miens A**.
SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. 488-1882. Road. 488-2517. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
largo enough for thirt n 3 BEDROOM frame. Comer 488.5305VENICE

Iota with 15,000 sq. ft. in each. lot, city water and sewer :. \ a..

Zoned R-l, On county maintained Walk to school and store $7.250 -StVINB 40% ON CAR RENTAU!

street 200 ft. West of 30 per cent below cost! Call Builds To meet my performancedates

Tamiami Trail SH miles 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. Rutenberg I travel front coast.to- This Space
l North of Venice, V mi. South GARDENS
in nice coast I reserve an Econo-Car
of Sorrento Shores. $19.000t ATTRACTIVE HOME r
Two bedrooms by phoning ahead for reservation
t term. CaU Venice 488- 027 or section of Venice. Available
4MJ791. two baths, screened t i and on arrival 2-BEDROOM, !I.BATH HOME

Lots porch Ave.and, So.carport. Venice, 1001$14,000.Nokomis Homes In Venice! there's product s waiting brand new and Chrysler ready- Central Heat Central Water For Your

For Sale Low down psyrnent. No closing to-roUl I I like to 'drive afcer- Many Extras

costs. Call 488.6701.BEAUTIFUL Rufenbwg Hornet, Flof- area which tales In most of gain .' Real EstateAdvertisement
4 I
LOTS off E IN side S. VENICE of 41. $1,500.00 2 Bike '' SWIMMING Pool ides largest "on.your.lot"builder Sarasota County. This brings THAT'S WHAT MAKES PRICE $11,500

Contact Box: 5905, Trailer E.tates home. 2 bedrooms, den, Flor. hat gained a national up an Important point for EMMETT KELLYJr.SMILEI!
'I' FRANK C. RAEBURN Realtor
Bradenton Fla. ida room. 21x31 screened patio. reputation for the extra you to consider. Rutanbarg _
Furnished If desired. Good finlnclng. high quality of construction does not build 'tn lust on. ECONO-CAR

EAST GATE 3 choice lots. 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood !: : and exceptional subdivision or development.We 251 W. Vanie Ave. Phones: 488-1600 488-2449 ATTENTION MR. A MRS.

Owner Phone 488-5470. I Grove City. deiign. think that ,Is too confinIng World's fastest growing "RISHT-PARTT
at rertM' We could lot for our customers. In arr
BEAUTIFUL LOT in Sorrento give you a IV Inaybf Mate* at the right price, yew fusses
Homes For TradeWILL el reaMm for this bvt weweuM fact we specialize In /building ,
.home ,
is available.
IMMT la4tm new It his
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boot dock,80ct ppavedd strreet5 I rrhW her you toipact your home ,tn, the location : ''sere EN.ader r. 2 bdrms, 2 full title UAs.
Ueo TRADE HOMES. 3 Bed oar home and tee that you would !lite t. 'fl INN S BlUSff atHlBS. aojflat ,
488027- Term.. Call Venice room IVt bare CB home, for ,_If. In fact now ,tithe have It 'in. This meant that free Jltkd.n..1'f'' ae art FHOHES 11M large livtngroom, full cfinimf-.
Also l (
488-2791.
or hkW.
canal with PlymMtM.Oodei room.
deep
WARM large I lot Laurel en Villa, for comparable perfect time becausewe there it no need to com or Chrysler"I : : All equlpM: workshop room y teals]
MINERAL, SPRINGS, dock in are building a Ruten- promise your desires. with tifety eat beltt,ndio. heater
in Venice : be used
J residential No. 14 & 15 or larger horn berg Howe and automatic, trintmltilon; Kintal easily at I Irst
Blwk 3, Unit 78. 4 Business, area. Phone 4882484. on NaponiitDrive If you do not already cover n COlt of(noll and Imurtnca.IM bdrm. 2 tar carport. Opa'

\ 4, J9 & jo. Block 2. Unit 78. S. 'In Venice Gardens.This own a lot, we offer you a WATER FRONT block from Trail in S. Vaitv" :

Gillo. 337 Gardenia Road, Apts. For Sale would be en .. .I. free lot-finding service. We $99 Only $11.500 or $1 .500 8u.

Venice Gardens. Ph. 48 .31173. lent opportunity for you to have hundred of lob en StaWolled to Bay Boat Basin. North nlshad.,

CO-OP. 1 bedroom. 'Inspect each lUp of the file from which to choose.
DELUXE ,v lwale5r' is 90' 200'
of Road
bedroom 2 bath, construction and the Albee a x H. P. HORN '
bath and 2 see e< Any type of location and in MAN fir H ale

"tyilv BAYSHORE elevated ESTATES choice lot. furnished or partly furnished, tra attention to detail that all price ranges. ,.... Mf felt* $11,000.00 REALTOR
89'. Into
lOS' frontage. Xerox itreet 488. goes Home. every Rutenberg So if you are 'interestedin JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO WATER U.S. 41. and AlWe M.

from Roberts Bay. Beautiful Rentals However, we also urge a new home, we think it RENT A CM FRONTOn PHONE 4884785 ANrTIMt,
will be worth while to
view'I Reasonable. Phon.481.S047. you to drive to Sarasota at the Rutenberg your Homes Bay. 298' x 450'. Can be Sub-Divided -.
BUS STATION see
FORMER 3430 Webber St. and 'In-
in Sunshine Press and compare the extra value DIAL 418-1 M$ 33500.00
Quarters three
aped beautifully" '' fur
$850.00 Down will hag ey
get from this leader In _
LOT 582 Venice Gardens. Price nth Inquire AatruSunshne nlshed and decorated Rut. you the home building field. bedroom, 2-Vark "IMAM. CAJtPORTE.
M.'SO. Model, LAKE VENICE GARDENS
Write Walter Polski, enberg Homes. FRONT Screed rVaK)

4as fort, jn.Avt EFFICIENCY
AIR CONDITIONED pjn. Monday through Friday Florida families now live in end Sewaf.
afrartment.-Available Rutanbarg Homes and why $3,000.00
EAST
GAtK. and until 6
: Choice lots min. p.m. on
8S feet wide Se or call LarT April 1. Adults. At 351 Nassau. Saturday and Sunday.We more than 60/ of our taUi Balance $84.00MaHln pW .aAr,

| Redford, Aasoe. Chips JOhn. Call or see par Johnson Bedford,Real Associate chose a Sarasota location come through recommendations CENTERIN CHIPS JOHNSON realtor l' :

IaI1lleil Estate. 308 W. Venice 306 W. Venice Ave. for our models 'In by Rutenberg homeowners S. Stand, !

Phone 488-3809. 488-2241. Phones Estate 4S8-.341 or 488-m. order to be more centrally There must be a I 306 W. Venice Ave. !'hon.481.2241 or ...-2279 RU.qOR' k
reeaonladvertiaem.nt !
tot; IN BAY POINT. Nokomis. located in our building VENICE SHOPPING

loRi,,, and Dry. 55'xl25V: Close NICELY FURNISHED References.Room. I .,CENTER Breech: Office at K.lltt..t.I, Phone 488-1 MS Venice 4HM4 I'' I

oubtech.,.48M82.. Value $1,350. Make Reasonable Near beach.. FiMM 488-1051, I J r/ \ .

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Top RecordsCompiled Riverview Nips SCORE Venice 42V POINTS Track Team


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Gilbert Youth Research ,

f'f In WSC ContestRivervlew's Second At PalmettoVenice


Compiled br Ron* Sean High School staged T-2:05.1: ,
or Gilbert Youth Service In a Mile run: I.
Whitted another good performance Rogells (P), %,
Yeah) Yeah! Yeah! The Beatles are Mill reigning with Scooter three-way track meet at Pal Thompson (V), 3. Owen (Ti
the In the nation but those Beach pitched and batted his teamto ( ).
top three songs Boys are metto Wednesday, but had to T-4:45.9.:
surely having "Fun, Fun, Fun" trying to claim the crown a 3-1 White Sands Confer here settle for second place behind 180-yard low hurdles: 1. !
1 The king of them all, Elvis Presley, has taken a solid jump rnce win over Venice the high Turkey Creek The Gobblers (T), 2. Parrish (T), 3. AlbrIt-Rorp,
at
from number 10 to number five with "Kiss In' Cousins"Another Friday afternoon scored 71 Vi points to the Indi ton (P). T-:21.3.
song on the move Is "My Heart Belongs To Only school athletic field an.' 624 and Palmetto 48 120-yard high hurdles
hander :
You," by young Mr Bobby Vmton. The lanky right fast ball The only double winner for Horn (TI), 2. Pitts (IV), 3. il.,
IT! New Additions: Three new additions: "The Way You Do blended a blazing Venice was sophomore Paul britton (P). T-I5.1.:
The Things You Do" by the Temptations; "Suspicion," by with a deceptive curve to reg "eden, who captured both the Shot put: 1. Palmer (P),
e strikeouts in the seven- j
later 19
d Terry Stafford, and The Four Seasons have changed their touchedfor ,100- and 220.yard dashes Junior McDonald (V), 3. Bradford-
mind about Dawn, and tell her to "Stay," the title of their inning game. He while was collecting Bruce MacDonald took first (Vt), D-486V4,
H second big hit In the top 20. three hits, in the discus and second in the Discus: 1. McDonald (V)
Pick Hit: The fingertips kid," Little! Stevie Wonder" hasa two The doubles first 11 on his Indians own.to go shot put for Venice. The other Palmer (P), 3. Yoiingberg (Wt. I.)>
new with great potential Castles In the Sand.
I one down were via the strike out Indian first was registered by I D-1432
L tr t This last Two Weeks en route. Sam Morgan broke the Senior Bob Harrison in the pole Pole vault: 1. Harrison (1V1)
/ '7F" I I 1 1I Week Week Week !Song and Recording ArtM The List skein in the fourth when he vault 2. Tomlinson (T), 3. Lewis (m)'',
: grounded out from third to Next on the agenda Is a meet H-1I-2.
first at East Bay on Wednesday High Jump: 1. Parrish! (Ph)
1 1 1 "I Want to Hold Your Hand"' and The Rams scored first In the Last Wednesday results: 2. Hodges (V), 3. Best (P):
"She Loves You" Beatles8 second inning on a double by 100-yard dash: 1. Peden (V), H-5-7.
2 2 5 Please, Please Me" Beatles. 4 Whitted, an error, a walk anda 2. Horn (T), 3. McGuire (P). Broad Jump: 1. Holman, t
S 4 "Fun, Fun, Fun" Beach Boys? 2 single by Ned Carson The T-:107. Lloyd and Parrlsh. D-lS-ji%.
4 S :z "Dawn (Go Away-Four) Seasons ( second and third Riverview 220-yard dash: 1. Peden (V), 880-yard relay: 1, palmetto
5 10 11 Kissin' Cousins" runs were registered in the 2. Holman (T), and Wilson (V). (Westberry, Klages, Zavltt
Elvis Presley . . . ...... ) fourth on a single by Billy T-:24.2.: Paschal), T-1:38. ,
(Gofidobw photo br Dub Obnferf)
8 18 "My Heart Belongs/ To Only Sunday an error, walk sacrifice 440-yard dash: 1, Lloyd (TI), Sprint medley relay i. p,).
CHANGE OF WATCH BANQUET of Venice stalling officer, Retiring Cmdr Herman H You" Bobby Vinton .. ... :2 fly and a wild pitch 2. Rezik (V), 3. Henriques (V). metto (Kelley, Best, Marble
Power Squadron March 14 at Early Wynn Huhn ia on the left and the new commander, '7 '7 II "Good News Sam Cook* . ,. 4 Venice dented the scoring T528. Zavitz), T-2:14,9.: '
Steak House featured a dinner dance and installation Lawrence N Taylor, AP on the right. Ap- 8 12 18 "Hello, Dolly" Louis Armstrong 3 column in be fifth when Carl BBO-yard run: 1. Mitchell (T) Mile relay: 1. Turkey Creek
of new officers George Meyers, N, pointment of committees for the year was 9 9 "HI-Heel Sneakers" Miller led off with a single 2. Krueger (V), 3, Riggs (P): T-3:38,5.
center above, district commander was in- made by Cmdr Taylor Tommy Tucker ..... .. ......... :2 He advanced to second on a
10 11 19 Glad All Over" wild pitch and scored on a
Dave Clark Five .. . .. .. .. .. S single by Ray Joelson It was Venice Captures Missionary Talks
11 5 8 "Navy Blue" Diane Renay... 4 the first time at bat this season .
i Grove City Gleanings 12 8 3 '.Java.-AlHirt. . . . ... 7 for Joelson, who returnedto 4-Way Golf MeetThe
13 8 4 "California Sun" Rivieras .... 8 his athletic endeavors last
14 14 14 "Penetration" Pyramids . .. 3 week after recovering from a Venice High School golf To Bible Group
By LOIS D. ALSTON And while speaking of the I Visitors at the Lloyd cun-I 15 20 Blue Winter" Connie Francis :2 football Injury. team continued its winning
While listening to several Duisbergs, Freddie father ninghams, from three 18 13 13 "I Only Want to be With You" The third Indian hit was a ways Friday by romping to an Mrs George Higel of La.
featured singers on TV the oth- gave a cactus to a neighbor of water states, were the Law Dusty Springfield . . . .. 8 single by Ben Sanders In the easy victory in a quadrangular Guna Drive will be hostess to
I er night at a friend house we ours and pinned on it this rence Williamses, of West Hav 17 17 17 Who Do You Love" Saphhires 44 sixth meet at Fort Myers with the Matrons' Bible Study Group
were all struck by the iharp note: en. Conn; Mrs Harry Kay So. 18 "The Wav You Do The Things You Bill Brown started for Vence Charlotte, North Fort Myers meeting Thursday at 8 .
change that has come over the "Cacti you'll find by the twin Portland, Maine: and Professor Do' Temptations . . .. 1 and went three and one- and Fort Myers high: schools her home. p m it
lunging of solos Gone is the palm trees and Mrs Chapin Jones 19 Suspicion' Terry Stafford. ., 1 third innings before being re For the Indians, Bill Johnsonwas Speaker of the evening will
Kate Smith, John McCormack We surely hope that they from the University of Virginia 20 Stay' Four Seasons . .... I lIeved by Terry Caudle Brown medalist with a 36, while be Mrs. Fred Boldt mission
genre to be replaced by talking shall please Other visitors were Mrs. gave: up two of the four Ram Martin Satava 37, DannyKiehl's ary from Puerto Rico
or shouting the song to a scale! Soon you may see their beau- JunmnRham nephew, 1st Sgt hits and walked four Caudle 39 and David Bowles' Mrs John Lawrence will\ be
composed of but very few tiful bloomSo John Risting and wife, from. School MenuArea Schools ShowAttendance also was touched for two hits, 42 gave the winners a 154 total co-hostess All Interested ladles
notes Someone suggested that keep a watch by the lightof three years Army service, Berlin while striking out four during Seventeen strokes back at are Invited
--, after Bing Crosby Andy Williams the and Pearl Harbor his stint on the mound. He 171 was Fort Myers. Charlotte
moon. school menus for the
UpVenice was third with 178 and North
walked two.
and the like are gone Sure enough they bloomed on of week are published each Mon- Fort Myers last with 191. Jehan Craven
Chamber
'e'U' have nothing but shouters Ethel Hill (Mrs The victory left Riverview -
the GONDOLIER with
and
by ,
the next moon, on a moon day
Commerce) says she knows a Elementary School undefeated in conference play
left It reminded us all of what ,later they edIble.had Cactus fruit which fruit Is is woman who claims to watch the room cooperation of, for school the lunch convenience with a 96 per cent attendance Venice Is 0.3 in the conferenceand Venice Stamp Club Shuffle WinnersFrank
quite TV 18 hours a day, but closes managers record led all public schools in is 1-3-1 in all play-
Don Sheppard had said when slightly tart and many of us of meal planning for games Venice Stamp Club will meet Jehan of Venice ,1'1II i l
he was visiting here from Endi- find it good to eat. In fact her eyes on the commercials, mothers of school children: Sarasota for the six month ed. tomorrow at 1:30: p.m. In the George Craven of New Jersey
I thereby missing the best partof period ending March 5. Riverview 010 200 0)-3 4 0
cott, N. Y In his opinion every- fruit is shipped to community room of Sarasota teamed up Friday to defeat
prickly pear it allLinda Venice Senior High, Venice Venice 000 010 0-1 3 4
Nokomis
one can be a hero today on the some northern markets, we've Elementary School Federal Savings It Loan Assn Vince Jacobs of Massachusetts
air or on the disc. These new been told. '110'10' Junior High and Englewood Whitted and Fiorelli, Brown, George Youngbcrg Jr will and Doc Lampe of Nokomis bya
singers, who have no singingvoices Keen of Charleston, chin. .. Elementary with 95 per cent Caudle (4)) and Morgan Stahl preside score of 59 to 44 in the rej
(or if they have, they Mrs Duisbuerg sister Alice S. C., and Elise Alston were s..od Obbur Mix iw! attendance for the period scored ((8)) and Thompson ((7)). A stamp auction will be held ular weekly game of pot
end husband Ted Mignatti were weekend guests at the George 1/I erect the next to highest .
are not displayed) can talk average All interested persons are invited luck at the Venice Shuffleboard -
aboard the same cruise ship Alston home, Bamboo Shoresloth CmkIAM Osprey Elementary reported
their songs to loud band Anyone "Ik Club.
can do It. What more, it Anna C" with our next door are students at Florida Tt'FSDTIunrhnn 94 per cent attendance and Nokomis lenderson Talks
neighbors the Duffy Lewlses. State University at Tallahassee ttiMt Mtidwteh Elementary 92 cent I ,
certain satisfaction to ... per
gives a 14 d IM n
"" the listener who )is made to feel Duffy said he had a hard time where Elsie Is a choir so- 1M'.r4 ...... pMaleantlnMd The March 5, 1964, school enrollment On
that he or she is just as good getting in touch, not speaking loist and Linda pipe organist Fnlltd' .J.tlo eves of South County Exemption
the language of the Italian ship, -0- "ilkWI'n,1' schools and the figures for
as that performer.0
but he managed to find them Mrs. Constance Breck and At Meet
lI.k" h.... .1.1. ...uaM".kd 963 included: Venice Senior Civic We seldom have sales-
Speaking of TV, our Freddie by a letter through channelsthe son Welter, of Cleveland Ohio, po5.laRutter.d High, 573 and 482: Venice JunIor -
Duisberg of Englewood, received purser's office have been house guests of Mrs old pw.Tna.d High, 631 and 619; Venice State Sen. Warren Hender
a personal announce- Ireck's daughter Irene and C.k., Eaiur trim Elementary 592 and 543; Osprey son will talk on Homestead Exemption -
ment of Jayne Mansfield new Nels Pallesen and Jim Lindsay husband Llewellyn Veator, the MlkTH1RRPAT Elementary, 152 and 163: at a meeting of Noko- but when we do they'reIMPORTANT

baby. Freddie !is a fan club both from Marcus Iowa, past few weeks during Breck'iannual Hot Dn.. MI .... Englewood Elementary, 220 mis East Assn tomorrow at
secretary and knows more about were weekend guests of Mrs. vacation from the Post .Suites..,"..rkm, II.t .. hon.Ikrtt.5d and 211 : and Nokomis Elementary Nokomis Firehall
the theatrical professionthan Sena Anderson, Spotless Town, Office Department For the whale kame! tare 348 and 350. The meeting will be precededby
know Placida Road, on their way to last 15 years Breck has been 1/4 tppltM
anyone we hereabouts a potluck supper at 5:30
West Palm Beach to visit Pallesen pending his vacations here, FR''I'S".I' .Ik p.m. and those attending are
I 's sister there. enjoying the good fishing (reds naratlonVenice White Shrine requested to bring their silver,
especially good this time) and
,
I -oAs Elementary School ups and a covered dish A SO J I
now he likes it better than ever
long as we ve lived beside MOKDATRr cent donation will be requested .
for because of the excellent golf ... ...
I on these western waters we are lln| 4 VoUtOT. h I .
enjoyableday GOlf not sure where the "ghost courses to play in this vicinity, slip Trim.d. _bwnt... Club Dinner A question and answer perod .
he says. cop,, ...des.Apel. .
Island" Is located that Jose will follow the talk
of ,
pi.ss..d
phine Cortes is reported to say sod 5505., ENGLEWOOD A dinner
Marc Bryant Pine Cove Is Milk and meeting of the newly ofrm-
she
will not visit and that the
TRY fishermen are afraid to fish associated with Bias' Florist fl'SOA'I'AM Doe Oft ... ed Englewood White Shrine Grange DegreesTo We are leaving on a 6-weets buying l> trip
SARASOTAGOLF around We can't imagine Jobeing Supplies, Siesta Drive Sarasota .h5.rknut Club will be held Tuesday,

CLUBS afraid of anything so and commutes daily to II..nl.h F..h M.elw.... March 31, in the CommunityRoom and are offering all of our regular stockat
we must see this fearsome island work He came here from Park r..kl.. J.11a of the Englewood Sayings Be ConferredCandidates
Y. GREEN S3.09 We also have a good story Ridge Ill.. where he was in the Milk & Loan, McCall Road A
FEE bout pirate cold not far from tame line the past five years, WFDNPSDATSpmrlwtti M..t wow spaghetti dinner will be serv- for third and greatly reduced prices! Help us to

Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. Grove City, if anyone la Inter. r.M" .,... ed at 8:30: p.m, Guests are ask fourth degrees in Venice
n
South of Sarasota cstcd in gold now that we're Appk" wcdvMIhwoliu ed to bring their own table ser Grange will b. instructed at clear out our store and help yourselvesto
off the standard. Masons Meet r.rlle' br..puddle 4 vices This will be followed bya the group a meeting Wednes-
MiIYTar regular meeting at 8 p.mAll day at 1:30: p.m. at Venice CIv- !
RHDATPouta who Ic Center. exception savings
are connected with
Pules: ......
Set TonightVenice turlmFn the Masons are invited to at- The regular staff of officers
DINNER r SPECIALS I r. .h ......Inpo tend this affair and to Join the will confer the degrees In oth-
ktrr .UraI.
.. "..... new club if they wish Present er business, reports on the
Lodge No 301, Free r.ke officers are Hilda Rassau, president group s winning booth at Sara. Easy Financing Available
and Accepted Masons, meets P.n Milk roll Elizaoeth Hall secretary sota County Fair will be made
tonight at 8 o'clock In the Masonic FRIDATtfprlnff Rose Kennedy treasurer Mrs, Elsie Madden will
ben
\ EARLY WYNN'SMarch I Temple, Richard F Ger. ....t....... and; Mayme Petitt, publicity- charge of refreshments. Free Warehouse For Future Delivery

act, Junior warden, will confer Venice Junior-Senior chairman Grange visitors in the area
the Fellowcraft degree and High Schools are welcome
Z3rd 27th Wade H. Ballord Sr., will de- ''IIO'lDA'I'lIorboouo
liver the Fellowcraft degree pwh a .... HENDRY

Monday, March 23rd end deliver Wade the H Fellowcraft Ballard Sr.lecture will Col.Anpka.na 5555.5,4.*.5'a Tax Take Up Venice Esthers


GENUINE Smothered'LIVER Onions, Saute, Crisp Bacon $2.70 'Yo r .,. TlFSriATB Turnip Milk auw trmntConteaM with potatM ..J i....... In FebruaryBoth Plan Card Party

la a4 FURNITURESARASOTA'S
March 24th Wat Hot roll and j.l'r' tax collections and Mrs. Stella Spicher will be
Tuesday r ble"
'
j $ M IkWEDNESDAY moonshine still seizures reported in charge of a public card

LAMB CHOP MIXED GRILL $2.80 ", S, N. r Ci ban tandwlrhPotatoM during February by the party, sponsored by Esthers of
Broiled Tomato Rasher Bacon /In jaekHiTHI State Beverage Departmentshow Venice, Thursday at 1:30: p,mat .
or Dfwe hon.PI. STORE OF DISTINCTION
As.J.p..i. .i: Iod bl.Ac a marked Increase Masonic Temple
over
little Pork Sausage, Liver, Mushroom Cap
'.ti .. She will .
: M .k.MIlA be assisted by Mesdames
r : T the same period one year ago
,. p o .., Edna Runyan, L. P.
Director
Wednesday, March 25th ;> RfDATFYtod Beverage Richard 531 No. Trail (U.S. 41))
( Scott and Herbert
'- tMc\n and rrarrRMmnl B said his Wensley
Keating department
I ROAST PHILADELPHIA CAPONETTE $$2.65 : Rsturd.. _r I. collected $9.661,234,30 last Dessert and beverage will be
Savory Dressing Cranberry Sauce SERViSOFT l T..od aidh.nhmp month for an increase of 31.61 served and door and table Phone 355-4340
apa will be
prizes awarded. A do-
cent and
Hot ail per destroyed 53 Illicit -
I'' Thursday, March 26th 411-4411 FRIDAYBpr Milk moonshine whiskey stills nation of 50 cents will be requested

I ROAST LOIN of CORN FED PORK ,.. vacation. in the same 29-day period -
$52 75
Cigarette tax collections of
Fresh Appl. Compote $4,131,979,96 were up 42 07 per

I cent over February, 1963, followed 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICE
I Friday, March 27th by liquor tax with $2,.

Casserole of Lobster, Shrimp, Scallops 52 65 714,796.43 for a 27.77 per cent
Increase, beer, $200819488;
au Sherry, ala Newburg'! and wine, $76543281. Other We specialize In
miscellaneous taxes and fee.
Oven Braised Fresh Brisket of Beef $52.85 r5 L23 make up the balance of the serving all makes of

Jardmairt of Vegetable, Potato Pancake Are you Hiding nearly explained.$10 million, Resting ,' Ittalus'suta's1w1tl wafer conditioners

ALL DINNERS INCLUDE: Your Beauty? 4,. Total tax collections by the BDUnEA 'WATER ANALYSIS ''AND

Soup, Baled Potato or French Fries, Vegetable du lour, Let our expert ityl it i, first Beverage eight Department months of the for fiscal the rsMGUIF SHAMRou( k'luM Bl WE

Salad, Hot Rolls, Beverage and Dessert condition and style your'hair year were $81,201,916.65.
WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL EASTER MENUIN for SPRING. r SELL
THURSDAY'S ISSUE! Shopoo and SetS The population of Lima, Peru .

Permanent Waves ; has quadrupled In the past
I 20 years. RENT
U.S. 41 4 MILES SOUTH OF VENICE 0 Hair Styling/ ? Fe -

Hair TintingCENTER CHARTER BOAT BESTCUIFSHAMROCK
THE
t For Reservations Call f- "ALBATROSS"FISHING I

I' PHONE 488.2295 BEAUTY SALON DIVING I
1 Captain Bob llendrlcks
PLUMBING INC.
: : Entertainment' Wednesday thru Sunday VENICE SHOPPING CENTER Tarpon Center MarinaPh

Ph. 4883674 L I 4881845 -4 I 628 E. VENICE AVE., VENICE PH. 488-6247 _)!

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