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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00184
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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rra >aihf n f Area ServicesSee Easter City Council Wrangles I



Par I for a roundup

N a story on Easter Services to
be held Sunday In South ;+ X- XX-


County churches, Paul Youngberg i Easter ClosingFor Mayor Andesn;


City Hall I


School Quits City Job City employes in administrative

; jobs will have an At Odds
Easter holiday Friday after Again

noon and Saturday.
Bus- Goes To GeorgiaThe Mayor; Smyth D. Brohard

said City Hall office will By SAM DILLON left-out member, Councilman

Venice City Council was close Good Friday noon and I Ralph Anderson.
remain closed in Mayor Smyth D. Brohard'omission s I Councilman Anderson, a licensed
jolted Tuesday by the resignation Saturday '
membe
of veteran
td STOP! of Paul A. Youngberg :as observance of Easter. a electrical contractor
of th
city planning director. The offices will open at the from the 1964 lineup and member ot the board for

Youngberg surprise letterof usual time Monday morn- city's electrical examining the past nine years, said he
Sheriff Ross E Boyer as- board brought on a verbal ,
resignation was read at Ing. manner
iuonqojt,r Snow by lion otwndorfj sured The GONDOLIER this council's informal Tuesday afternoon clash Tuesday night with th was summarily ''I}
that crackdown will be dismissed from the board
m:RSI ANNIVERSARY The three top of. state among new banks chartered during the week a : session It becomes effective
without consultation.The .
tali of the First National Bank of Venice, last year. They are, left to right, William C. made against motorists failing April 7. prior

Biicb' opened its doors on March 29, 1963, reHew Payne, president; George E. Youngberg Sr, to stop and for unloading school children.buses loading He is leaving to take a posit- electrical annually by board the mayor is appointed -,
of outstanding growth in which chairman of the ion with large Georgia development Circus Starts
i year board; and Merle L. Graser, "There will be no second a subject to approval by the City
H hal become the fastest growing bank on vice-president and cashier chance for violators," said corporation, not immediately Council. The ordinance settingup
West Coast and fourth in the entire Identified.
prida l Sheriff Boyer explaining that the board calls for a membership
For three and half
to for the one- years composed of the city's
motorists failing stop
buses will be arrestedand Youngberg had been in the em. electrical inspector, a master
baited
York RunThe
ploy of the city, rendering what New
First National not simply warned on the electrician, a journeyman else
first offense. many had considered to be out- trician, a general contractorand

a member-at-large not engaged -
The assurance of a crack
Fair for which the canvas roof in the electrical business -
down came after Boyer was The Gotham spotlight focused '

queried by The GONDOLIER this week on one of the Ven. was being waterproofed and .
as to what action would be ; ice area's and the nation's readied this week at the winter Recommended for the board

Marks Birthday 'i takilon complaints from a 'R' Il leading attractions, the open quarters Morgan just returned by Mayor Brohard were Guy

South Venice mother and VenIce ing Tuesday of "The Greatest from Europe. Surwood, city electrical Inspector
Council President
E. S.
;
Elementary School olicials. Show on Eearth" at Madison The circus just finished its
(Bill) Raymond, a licensed
.
Br ff EARL AUMANN resenting a cross section of 107businesses Miller\] investments; Earl K. I Square Garden. scheduled appearance at Philadelphia general contractor, Henry Bau-
in the Venice area, P. Rawles, owner of Rawle Boyer said the complaint A spokesman for the Ringing in several unscheduled kat, a licensed electrical contractor -

First National Bank of that made up our initial board Funeral Home, Harvey G lad'ft\ been called to his per : circus at the Venice Airport inches of snow before leaving ; Chester Mayer, also a

inn will be one year old of directors." Rohlwing general building con by members of winter quarters said vet- for New York and still licensed general contractor,

rt Sunday. It's going to cele These in addition to tractor; Hubert L. Tomlinson, hit staff "But you can be sure eran showman Pat Valdo, gen. more snow The notheastern and Lawrence Raymond, an
}ill the occasion with openon men president of Venice Boat I&I I'U look into it and have It eral director of production for section of the country has been electric motor repairman.
Youngberg and Payne, were taken care of," he declared. blanketed the week
for
Monday. Bros and Barnum & past Challenges
Hoke S. Bowden, owner of Motors Inc, and H, N (Bud) The violations first Singling
The robust young banking In Wimmers, realtor and Insurance alleged Bailey Combined Shows, left under what residents there undoubtedly Anderson formally challenged
of Bowden's Foodway Dr attention of The
; came to the will be the last
hope
the show the appointment ofLarry
won which opened the man, last Saturday to join proposed
George H. Boyd Jr. physician GONDOLIER when Mrs Robert
;
snowfall of the
season
during its annual New York Raymond as unqualified
of Its $150,000 modem Robert J. Hamilton, presidentof These men, with one exception Wilson of South Venice, ) /
viewers to serve the board under
City stand The nation's television on
Nokomis Avenue
on Hamilton Homes Inc.; William will guide the destinies of mother of a second grader at i -
the terms of
--- who can't make it to New the ordinance "To
ud 29, 1963 with first day R. Littrell vice president First National for the next 12 Venice Elementary School, The circus Is scheduled for a
York will be treated to a put Larry Raymond on the
iwtl of $1,079,808 from 253 called to ask whether something PAUL A. YOUNGBERG 45-<1ay run, through May 10, at "
of Littrell Concrete Co.; Rice (Continued on page 2) glimpse of the glamorous tan- board, said Anderson, "would
patota; of the Venice area, the Madison
about Garden
i rapidly forged ahead. To- the motorists couldn'1be, who done'disregard standing service,' and he had arena. Square. baric when the famous Ring- make the board top 'heavy withpersona

Unrecognized as the fast- become a fixture at city hall. ling Bengtl tigers appear this not connected w&h the
the school bus law on busy Asked to Reconsider World's Fair Sunday evening on the Ed Sullivan electrical business"
I growing new bank on Flot 23 Contestants Make U. S. 41 at South Venice.
.t lest Coast Mrs. Wilson said she had Immediately after Council Lloyd Morgan, general supervisor Show on Channel 13. Anderson further' chargedthat
President E. S. Raymond com for "The the mayor a decision to
Greatest Featured performer on the
lit of ailed the Sarasota County
[ present deposits over
I pleted reading Youngberg's letter Show on Earth," also is in Sullivan show will be Heinz replace him on the board was
800,000 in more than 2XX'vidual ( Sheriff's Department to ask (,4
I there were a number of New York to supervise com Erich Baumann widely acclaimed capricious and arbitrary anda
.: accounts represents hat a patrol car be assigneeo
Small Tuesday ReportsOut suggestions that he reconsid- of "direct slap" at him.
"rj facet of the economic follow the bus periodicallyIn pletion the Continental Circus as one of Europe's top In making his recommenda-
viola. (Continued on par 2) arena at the 1964 World's wild animal trainers.
to catch
d business interests of the an attempt --- ions to City Council, the mayor
!lice area, including official ors. The South Venice mother said that In looking over the
.
of contestants remain Scaglione, Box 1816, Venice,
Dads: of city, county, state 36 said the violators are largely board "it looked like it was
log in The GONDOLIER'SUWI was credited with the 14th high oncoming cars and not those
'1 federal funds Most Important Contest too heavy with city officials"
( ) Subscription Contest at vote on two subscriptions, completing raveling behind the buses. This was a reference to Anderson -
'astestGrowtollemlannual the end of last week, 23 reported a club. "I have witnessed it, my and Council President

report of votes Tuesday, March The following contestants reported .Ister.in.law has witnessed it Raymond both being membersof
Florida Bankers Assn in 24. one to three subscriptions and other mothers have wit the board

Nary listed the First Natal Only eight were credited( on a $30 club and were neared it," said Mrs Wilson, Vote Period Ends Fridav One "Nay" Vole

1 of Venice first in depos with a $30 club or more of credited with votes as follows: speaking of the alleged viola. Anderson called for the council -

among the banks chartered subscriptions, six completed I a Mrs John Kruse, Rt. 1, Box I (Continued on page 2) I to refer the recommendations -

1963 on the Florida West club, nine were credited with 552, Venice, 15th, one subscrip I back to Mayor Brohardfor
tit! and fourth among the from to three subscrip tion. II I From now until 9 o'clock the final hour of this period to contest CON into the further study

Units in the entire stateNational's ions on one a $30 club and 13 fail- Mrs Dorothy Schueler, N. Bullard Friday night is I all that remains get as many $30 clubs as possible final days of the biggest vote mendation with Council and recom-Presi.
rim Again of' the first and most importantvote will, without doubt be the
of period
deposits as a "nip and tuck"race
ed to report votes Pt. Charlotte, 16th one sub Raymond aligning himself
\JOOO, period of The GONDOlER's biggest prize winners. .
at the end of 1963 with the city's chief executive.Council 1\
With the largest vote period scrlption
1 exceeded only by thai coming to an end Friday most Mrs. Mildred Pedersen, Rt Heads LibraryAs $4,500 Subscription Con. One extra $30 worth of subscriptions The leaders hare rivals who in other action accepted -
National Bank of Orlan- turned in this week are out determined to be defeated "with
deep regret" the
made small vote Venice 17th three test.After
contestants 1 Box 230, ,
,
with deposits of $4,578,000; toward winning the Friday, subscription may be the deciding factor by no one. Contestants resignation of Paul A. Young.
versitv National Bank of reports subscriptions. PresidentRockwood will yield fewer votes toward when the votes are counted and who waste one minute of this berg as city planning director.
rl\l Gables with $4,979.000; ford and other prizes.These Mrs A. C. Traver, 204 Bay inning the new 1964 Ford, the the Ford and other prizes are important vote period will find Youngberg had submitted his

d international Bank of Mi- contestants reported a shore Circle, Venice, 18th, Bullard was reelected $500 cash and other prizes This awarded One extra subscription their more ambitious competitors resignation! at the Informal

I with $ ,558.000, $30 club or more of subscriptions three subscriptions of the Venice makes Friday March 27 the could mean the difference gaining ground in the matter afternoon council session. I'
and were credited with Mrs. Viola Wood, N. Pt. president
of
President outstanding day of the entire between winning or losing one votes.
William C. Payne, total Area Friends of the Library at Also approved by the coun.
Tuesday vote Charlotte 19th, two subscriptions -
the largest ,
'* if the bank Intended to named the reorganization of the newly contest the most important of the prizes I No one in the contest has cU was a resolution to estab-
,order :
phed''hate, "Why Its first certainly.anniversary You, In Mrs the James E, Blades, Nokomis Mrs Ralph Adrian, Box 264, Wednesday elected board morning.of directors Bullardwas day.. of them this _periuu all.wnen n...... vnas. .., .n. will. "Nip and Tuck" Race (Continued en page 2) (Contlnoed on page 2))

the largest number Venice, 20th, two subscriptions.
polled who themost
1 determine Just are
only
; celebrate your first Tarpon renamed to the board
Almeda Sanborn,
subscriptions. Mrs
: of votes with seven energetic, most capable
May'Since once in a lifetime i Center, Venice, 21st, one Tuesday night for a one-year contestants. And it will single t.o .
March 29 falls on term
ear I The second high vote total subscription. them out to fight it out for top
.
Sunday, Payne added, was credited to Mrs Kenneth Mrs Lucille Bates, Rt. 2, Other 1964 officers are William

evil celebrate the follow"V Norwood Nokomis, on fourinscriptions Nokomis, 22nd, one subscription L. Glenzmg, first vice honors.That Friday will be able
!
Monday, from 9 a. : president; George H. Young 9 r

to> 1:30: p,m, with open Third high was Mrs Polly Mrs. Charles Jones, Osprey, berg Sr, second vice president day Interest is indicated being shown by the in public constants ,tie r W,
*,
a birthday cake, and Taylor, Rt. I, Nokomis, with 23rd, one subscription ; Frank J. Mayer treasurer .
rythmg, failed to Mrs. Mogford,
11 subscriptions. These contestants ; Harry Many people have called The
Everyone, Is Invited" Pay- Mrs. Madge Powers of 617 report votes on Tuesday. If ecretary. GONDOLIER office to askabout

"'*. "We want the entire Tamiami Tr, Venice, was they do not report by 9 p,m. Committee chairmen select- giving subscriptions, and

_rim area to realize the great fourth high Tuesday with four Friday, they must be dropped ed 1 from the new board of directors have said
des *e have made during subscriptions, and Mrs. Margaret according to the contest rules Include G I e n 11 n g, to support one of the cam-

past year" Paul, Municipal Trailer requiring regular weekly reports building; Youngberg, finance; Others have left subscriptions -

At Ms\ point, George Young- Park, Venice, was fifth with and their votes will be David P Goodman, legal and laigners at the office and

'(Sr.. chairman of the board votes on nine subscriptionsSixth cancelled: y-laws; the Rev. Frank J. have requested that the votes r1
directors chimed in with high Tuesday was MrsRobert Mrs. Evelyn Acheson, Mrs, Shearer and George H Wheel- be credited to the contestant oftheir 1 1It

natement "We Proud Stephens, 731 Cypress I James Altman, George Eggle- er Jr., publicity. choice. !
the are Venice, on vote with field, Mrs J. A. Hightower, Other 1964 directors and their
progress Ave. of
we have made Quite a number people
ring The sev-' Irs, Donald W Haucke, Eu- committee assignments Include
the subscriptions
first of even about the
year our ex- have inquired progress -
Mrs, Kralik, Mrs Mary E Mr. Robert Mahon, member
nci i a growth reflecting nth high vote went to gene of some of the contestantsd
'solid Shockey, 738 Cypress, Kroupa, Mrs Clenys Morton of the finance and membershipmmlttees
foundation on which Irene have said that they would P,
bUilt subscriptionsThe Mrs. Thelma Pool Mrs W. F. ; Mrs Eric Greenfield '
when Venice, with six sodvotes ll' ) rill
granted charta them subscriptions
a give ;
a national bank" eighth high vote went to Pool, Mrs, Joyce Toole and county advisory committee would andlet
if come
they
Don Breding! 933 Dawn St., in, Roger Totten. member, and Wheeler, an
"Yel.n Need also credited "Quitters Never Win" alternate on the county advisory them
Venice, who was
Payne added "we Get Result. Now
Contestants who let up" or board.
with six subscriptions
a definite need in our contestants completed become discouraged before the Jay Odell was returned asa The contestants themselvesem
11m unity for fun These can't member of the advisory to realize that the all-Im-
half
a eovtrn."wervised club of subscriptions on race is I over expectto county
national bank a $30 and were credited win or get enough support committee and B, Lan portant vote period Is drawing
Tuesday
''VIc.' next largest vote from their friends to make Newton was named editor forthe to a close. They know that

*;That J t Is not what I meant." totals with the in the order named them win The ones who think Friends of the Library there is no time like the present -

"ranted Youngberi. "I was Mrs Marjorie Maurice, No- that they can't overcome the Liaison between the Venice. to get the winning vote
m"I especially to the 11. ninth high with lead of the ones ahead of them Nokomis Woman'i Club which credit They know that one
'n wup of progressive busl- omls, was and make no effort to do it turned its library Over to the subscription today I Is worth
subscriptions.Two
Z and prOfessional men, rep. five subscriptions were credited hue defeated themselves. No "Friends" for Interim use as two next week They know that

to Mrs. Leona McKibben, contestant has a lead that could a public library are Mrs J. there I la nothing to be lost by Fh .1.

Port Charlotte, for the not be overcome by a real ergus Hunter and Mra W C. making a real effort to win at :
WEATHER North campaigner. Further progress Rinehart. this time And they also know I

10th Mrs.high Dorothy vote. Thompson, No- I. Impossible for contestantswho Goodman, Mrs. Mahon, Mr. that if tt-lr best efforts do not ;: ar-4, ,

'hull! Rich Low Rain had foul subscriptions let arybody or anything Shearer and Mrs. Dorsey Tls- produce now the final week of

:rch 19 80 S3 omis.for the, 11th high vote; Mrs. keep them from doing their chler were elected to three- the contest will be too late.
81 55 ,
arch 20 77 .62- Ruby Robinett, Laurel was test. The leaders of today maybe year terms on the board of All Votes Drop c r I II
.rell 21 63 with one subscription trailing when the contest rectors; Mrs. George Filson, Votes .sued for individual
arc" 76 65 12th high Thomas E. Grimm, ends in five more weeks from enzing( Mrs. Greenfield and subscriptions and $30 clubs of EASTER PARADE-BOUND three-year-old she Is. The mirror cricked bet though the

a"-23 and reported two sub.cription aturday Consitent, presistent oungberg to two-year terms; subscriptions decrease in value I Lucy Luck is a mighty lucky little girl when reflection is) look.iIke aiaW Becky for-

24, 79 48 Nokomis. for
.a far MuntJa 80......81.. too Tuada, .<.our Mr*. Mary with the lowest vote to the top. and Wheeler to on-rajr terms Contestant who work until makes a final mirror check U ai pretty aa Mrs. LuOMr Luck: 0 t Cad* Road 1 1r'





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THURSDAY, MARCH
26,196)
PAGE TWO THE GONDOLIER --- 64
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All city officials SCHOOL BUSES surancea were made lluilllo\i
of the firs the council desired. law enforcement \
Thames Beverly Thomas, Susan Missionary Society YOUNGBERG I. ?
OracleBy Scott Thelma Santistebbm Church of God. Money received expressed deep feelingsof resig (Continued from page 1)) "would take care of j it'[ Q.1'

Osprey and Cynthia Ward.Congratulations will go toward paying for fur.nishlnal (Continued from page 1) loss at Younsberg's she ------ .
to all rib In the new Youth nation. tloni by motorists. And
BETTY KAUFFMAN bon winners from these clubs Room. The girls in the Youth er' terrible Mayor Smyth D. Broh.rdaaid went on to explain that she lllHTIISOAllaETT.
Expressions of thanks Group will be selling the baked -1 1 think this Is a "Paul will be hard to re had seen repeated violations as
and appreciation are in order at this -o- Councilwoman fiulri
time blow to the city sold .. He has done a splendidjob waited at the bus stop on (01.5.. "..,1 xre and, If" A Ali
for the who items. she I. w.
The
people did such a commendable 'job of representing loctl outlet for the GONDOLIER Blanche Cell). "I wish valuable torntl, "n, I,.. .
her horn .
and the city has a Trail lo pick up lUrali jj: i?,
OSPREY at the Sarasota County Fair last week Arlie la Wheeler's Grove in -0-- would reconsider"Raymond the South ltO '..
Cray Joseph L.France and George Kauffman earned a vote the Old Post Office building. If The Easter Sunrise ServiceIs you added "I am sure investment In him. youngster after school. am Ko(;r.".dMeY'j,,;. I.. j. .U
Anderson
of thanks set for Sunday March ZD, Councilman Ralph Mrs. Wilson said she was lard Jr.:bars Muoe a.y ...
from the citizens of Osprey for their work on the com- you do not have a regular subscription the will havingto as ItM,
council regret closely
at 6 The Is "I have worked very queried by the sheriff depart- !, Mr .. jJ*
a.m. public urgedto
munlty of Osprey exhibit which took a red ribbon. Others contributing atop into Wheeler'sGrove JIAZCLTINC. A M".
accept this resignation very business callIng ooo4t!1
rim' end "!n..redi. f pick un your current attend this special cooperalive would with Paul in both private ment on whether she was bon ......b t. 1i11" Lo.,_ a"'LuHADL.Y
et\t.--t\ : this exhibit were AtWolsky tiring work with her roster of! copy of The GONDOLIER. Thisis effort by the churchesof much. I, too"wish you and In the conduct of city for the school, indicatingthat Mr. ar V T ,
4-Her. also is The reconsider It. affairs and although no man ismdispensab'e. complaint from the En.lrwo.xl. d.uih,7!. '",,MWjr ,
appreciated. a ,
of Nan'a Gift Shop the the only column to the writ.er' Osprey A lovely programof r '. A.
Shepherds of Caribbean Shell community of Osprey 4-H Club knowledge, devoted exclusIvely Holy Week music has ...narr.nrtd Youngberg replied his Georgia you neb era school would carry more bars M.nk ae'w, .J >*L

Shop, the' Wheelers of ...."heel.er' came home with 17 blue ribbon to the Interest of OS. and made ready offer was remuneration so attractive and in comes pretty close to It." weight She said she then called _..n.---.;-;;::
30 red ribbons The the matter of City Attorney M A. Bras'well and asked the school to .
I Grove Hansel Young of and PREY FLORIDA. Please let under the direction of ALLEN
.
that In fairness
Young's Nursery and Charles following girls are in the Osprey us know your news so that ALL Charles Ilrlnleln. The site future possibilities "Paul has proven his value lodge a complaint thinkIngthat '
himself and his family
Webster of Webster's Nursery Community Club: Linda the news Is published. for the service Is the Osprey to turnIt to the city br coordinating might have' more effect Convalescent and
not afford to
-o- Allen Judy Fulton Sandra -- Rerreatlon Area where sest- he could many of the city's activitiesthat James S. Dunaway. VES Nursing Home ;I

Mrs Geneva Reardon's un- Fulton Petra Hahn Karen The Pout. Office personnel lag and decorations will be "I down.regret leaving Venice" he heretofore had" been running principal, acknowledged that 24 Hour Hurting; Srjf, "
around loose. Wilson's complaint was
Kdiiffman, Karen LaLonde. are rather tired these days. made ready. GONDOLIERThe Mrs. Thane Venice
told the 4MRM
Linda Martin and Rita Rear. They have effected the big later Councilman Dr. John R. Hogan received and relayed to theIherlff' lit Coats 01 LOON

don move to the new quarters on BANK BIRTHDAYContinued well mayor and associate city councilas Director "He has been a great help department where as- _nn.n_..._...._IvaV _!,
for annloyable The Osprey Elementary Church Street. ''It'. just like as my to members of the city council
School roster of 4-H Girls Includes ( from page 1) of Public Safety Guy E. he will be missed .
GOLF being downtown, remarked been and I am sure
have very
''r of Gall Albrltton Wendy regular patron after visiting months. At the annual meeting Curwood to work with. I would ." MtI-I II
day Barnett Diane Carver Christine the new Post Office The form. In January Littrell asked to be like pleasant to have seen completion of Curwood "Paul and I have .Q N .T..R e. : \

TRY Marie Clarkwn!'! Victoria al opening date and ceremonies relieved as a director find "<. the water treatment plant the worked together. a team for ;
Ellis, Wendy: : Franz Patty will be announced. G (Dan) Boone of the law and more than three years and I
SARASOTAGOLF Grey, Susan Hatch, Betty Hoi- .. firm of Boone, Hazen and Isp- airspace of toning the accomplishment road at- am sure he will be greatly
access
CLUB 'land, Patsy: Nelms Doris Howard Don't forget Mr. Industrialist hording/ was elected in his the Municipal Airport before I missed." V I

Patricia Kelly: Nancy : Sarasota County NEEDS place. When Youngberg, a graduate
since
Is Impossible
GREEN left but that
DA:i ILY $$3.00 Lemcool, Karen Lewis Sandra Industry and Osprey Is the Loeffler Added the needs of mv new positionare engineer of Georgia Tech, Joined
.
MeManus, Nancy I
Manning Kay place for it. I At the same meeting the also urgent" the city organization as t
Just Off Be. Ridge Rd. Moulton .
Beverly Meyers,
-0The board increased its member. did not identifythe planning director on Aug. 19
Youngberg
South of Sarasota j Wanda Reardrm Paulette Rv. Spiritual Life Enrich. ship from 11 to 12 and William Atlanta-based corporationfor 960.. he Immediately assumed

. all, Conchita Swinehart, Cindy ment Meeting ia now In progress C. Loeffler] formerly of Washington which he is going to work supervision of the city's $500

I at the First Church of D. C., and nor of Venice but It was learned it Is a firm 000 drainage and street paving _
God In Osprey The Rev. Denver Gardens. was added to the with substantial financial resources program with the result that

g'akQc1 gUl\eha borne Smoot from Hlaleah is the board. Loeffler is probably one It was learned further about 93 per cent of Venice fO A iUSINESSMAN.CoVmiPi
f
conducted at 10 each morning ional banking circles, since up came unsolicited from its officials temporarily paved.

265 Nokomis Ave. Venice and at 7:30: p.m.. the regular to his recent retirement he was after a thorough< study He was also able to relieve
enrichment services.1 controller of the federal Insur. of his work with the city. overworked members of the
rTSAyoy Everyone is Invited to participate once Deposit Corp., of which Accepted city council of much detail and

.3 tUxJbiLlSi *'HTTT" In these experiences for First National is a member. Regretfully official Tuesday even- preliminary planning. Beforehe SHOPPING SARASOTA
At its
advancement of the spiritual Starting last August with an council accepted or members of the council

life. exhibit of the manufacturedproducts leg meeting"with deep regret" realized It, he was performing Ad-Vertorials
-o-. of 24 firms in the resignation of city administrator
to stay on most of the duties a solicited and paid for
Phone 488.2291 he had agreed
24 Hour Ambulance Service after
The Ladies Missionary Society Venice area the bank has featured additional! two weeks if by Genevieve Sandusky
for an
will have the monthly Silver a number of community

ONE SYLLABLE THINGSThe I Coffe.. Wednesday morningat showings designed to bring< 6 Yean I-S-.m.;; Sarasota Location!
930.: This month it will be about a fuller appreciation of
three greatest masterpieces in literature are the Lord' In the Arnold BoH home 827 the area and its resources to I BUCHMAN MOTORS a. M-G r-I

Prayer, the Twenty-third Psalm, and Lin oln'! Gettysburg Paradise Way, Siesta Isles, its fast-growing population. and Service Sunbeam Alpine .. .

dartss. Recall the wording of the opening phrases: "Our The Youth will sponsor o Youngberg. who originated Ti 1 CENT SALE 11 11ORTHO..GRO Hillman M G and MG Midget

F.th.r which are In heaven, hallowed by Thy n.m.i"; ?ho bake sale Saturday March 28 the idea, called the initial exhibit Somewhere in this wonderful it goes- like fairs
Lord it Shepherd I shall not want;" "Four score and in conjunction' with the Ladies "Venice Industry: on Pa.rade" ir
my LIMITED SUPPLY group, you are sure to find stops on a dime i \
and said the bank In. I
Not three syllable word in them and
oven years ago. a exactly the car you need I descendant of J2 fig
very few two syllable words. Most of the great things inhuman CONTEST tended to make it an annual For example the new MG first sports car e 'c u ts
event but it later in
scheduling
life are one syllable things Love, Joy Hope, MIDGET has sporting appeal come universallv ]pAUSTINHEALCY-
the winter the large
Home, Child, Wife, Trust, Faith, God. (Continued from page 1)) number of winter season visitors so could from a sporting/ ancestry. : S: "'
anything won yet. Contestantswho Sports car enthusiasts are delighted I MARK II. Ext,
j t
Available/ To All / view it.
Our Serv/ctl/ Art ; / Rtgardlttt concede defeat now will with its instant response formance, smart -

of Financial/ CircvmttatiettLlemMd J throw away all their commis- In September, followed an. and flexible power body styling-all in t slowest e ,
auto show of the new 1964 models
ions and prize-winning votes all the power you need provided priced true ports c-:
Is Iidiu ud Florida of Chevrolet, Plymouth
They may then find that the Chrysler ALL PURPOSE by an economical 4 I can't tell you all ate
Ford, Rambler and
,
I one they thought would win has cylinder _engine. these cars, but DO drive the
done the same thing. At this Dodge automobiles Later The sweetest and easiest before you buy, any carr i
stage of the contest! it's too rame exhibits of the Venice. LIQUID PLANT FOODBuy gear change quick and positive 45 miles per exhibitof
Nokomis Art Assn,
V early to concede defeat. It's an on take-off or down-shift. rest savings! 1032 N Tamtu

DECK HOUSE not what has been done that the Florida Rev. Hendley rocks and Jelks fossil and by one gallon at regular price of Firm, road-holding cornering Trail 955-7968,

will win. It's what Is done now Just closing, a two-week exhIbit 4.98 and get 2nd gallon for 1 cR.g.
from that will de.
and now on
Two Salons Serve YoulANDRE' !
to
of oil paintings of the 45
ermine the winners. Price 9,96 for 2 Gallons)
wives sisters and nieces who ( Hair Stylist "Master of the Shears''
EASTER DINNERChoice The vote records today reveal -
that there is not a contestant served as hostesses or first 4.99 save 4.97 261 South Orange Av., Sarasota Phon. 955-7181 I
White from
e list ladies, of the House now
in the published
Martha Washington to Lady Maison d' ANDRE' haute coiffure
I of who Is defeated unless he or
/z Bird Johnson by Fred E. Wilson 21)1 Siesta Drive Sarasota Phone 955.6236A
French Onion Soup she gives! up entirely. area artist, EASTER LILIESLIMITED ,
New England Clam Chowder All who put forth extra effort "As our new banking Insfl.ution stroke of the brush I push spring and Easter time
r during the remaining hours of enters its second year of SUPPLY and a pat my lady is love Their convenient g ft rer\\'

ENTREE this vote period can come to operating next Monday Payne 3 to 5 BLOOM .............................. $2.95 ly as easy as that, when she rate a wonderful Mc't er''
the front and win. keeps her appointments with Day remembranc) a U.!lr:

ROAST DUCK WITH ORANGE SAUCE that said its continued"it does growth so trusting both 6 to 8 BLOOM .a............................ $3.95 either of these wonderful gift for any WITT:-:t I

BAKED HAM IN WINE SAUCE CITY COUNCIL salons. Let these t.ile": : 1 expel'
In size and strength' : as well as
Mashed, or Baled Potatoe Garden Peal (Continued from page 1) its services to the community VENICE SEED & FEED STORE"The These 18 gifted stylist give cut and custom v..:7> W)
Baby Pearl Onions I has substantiated its slogan soft lasting permanent to hair. Your wave r :'.t fit in
brush into compliments.They're harmonize w.it y:.ir laC( !
CHOICE OF SALADS FROM OUR SALAD BAR lish a Joint Zoning Board for "First in Name First in Garden Center"
Complete with scissors and ::'y Mai'(
the magicians your person
Venice Airport with coop
I Ice Cream Sherbert Service and thanks to you I
Venice; Phone 488-3457 or they'll touch tired your own appointm now i
eration of the Sarasota County our stockholders we are proudto I 248 Miami Av. up
Choice; of D.sserb Cart Board of Commissioners. Named tresses with a glamorous new your choice of thc -s t;:;:am -
be known as 'Your Home. I
Individual Bread Leaves, Creamery Butter, Beverage lint look this The best costs' re,
I to the new board by, the owned Bank'." .., .-..- .. u wear a new no r

council were. Councilman! And-

croon! and Dr. John R nogan WEST COAST WATER CONDITIONING CO,.Iin
)50 .
be immediately
The resolution was to -
forwarded to the CHEAPER BY THE TRIOFleischmann's Venice 217 Seaboard A.... in Sarasota 4155 S. Trail

county commission for its ac- This outstanding firm offers MIRACLE WATER st pith'!

$2.00 Childran's Portions ion which was discussed and competent service, courteous scale that builds up in par'

OR CHOOSE FROM OUR FINE SELECTION OF informallY approved last week. / Early Times attention consistent friendly and in the plumb.: j Yif"

Airspace Study helpfulness and lime free, during heating .'
STEAKS & SEAFOOD The joint board will study rust free stain free MIRACLE "milky" water that waver'
Serving From 12 Noon to 9 P.M. and recommend airspace fonng S4P29 54.39 fifth WATER, eliminating soap and forms rims on ark

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 488.2391 for a 30000 foot diameterarea qt. needless. expense and inconvenience chrome and shower curlim-

centered around the air I. even c.usehi\
AT THE JETTIES 3 for $13.00 may
port.Council. 3 f or S1Z. 0 TRI-MATIC, wonderful 3-tn- I "itchy" feeling after 1 tabled for further A. 1 I Unit softens, filters refines shower and leave your M-::

study request from the State your tap water better and at dull and lifeless
load Department for a utilities less cost than any other equip MIRACLE WATER to to!*

relocation agreement on the ment. .ed water free from the harmful -
right of of the proposed. This curds asap
,: way automatic process frees solids that <
\; U.S. 41 Bypass!'! east of thepresent f Nljs M"s tap water of minerals, eliminates clogs pores and att'e: (; '"'

highway, Youngberg water spots, lime spots, teria it saves much no*

estimated the cost of relocat- streaks, films or stains than It costs!
r MATCHABELLI log city utilities at $3,000 to 'iotra v, ruts the film that may leave For further informatlm fir''''
8000. towels rough and harsh after 488-3387 in Venice or 9:4-'
: Council members also indicated >rz washings in Sarasota.Quality .
( J. _f their desire to study further '' '4I'a"h J _
... ..1 ,
\ : .. a request from the West
Coast Inland Navigation District Imports From Britain!

for a waiver of ordinances Yellowstone l l il, THE ENGLISH SHOP I
spring fancy ; i e */ Gentleman
on hours, noise and use Chin Crystal! Silver Antiques Leather, Woolen GeodeIS
of explosives in the dredgingon -f
the I Inland waterway S4.19 fifth ,, w, $169 qt. ''I South Boulevard of Pretidenti 388.1681 .

through the city. City Attorney You'll enjoy shopping here 'choice, they'll wrap tle>'!rl1pack.e

M. A. Braswell suggested that 3 f for $14.00 for the out-of.the.ordln.ry, the perfectly for shippw/,
the city request examples of 3ioiS12.00Schenfey f gift you'll be pleased. to give Select from this wonder :
II
similar waivers signed by other Park 6TJford \ those wonderful imported group for lasting pleasure, f1--
municipalities treasures that ire so very exciting a dear friend, for yourself-

tijhI .In other action the council: t / Reserve to receive. for anyone, even kn..wlnrII the more\er"
Turned down
a request scting Enioy
( from the Mission Valley SkyDivers Just the fact that your lovely you have chosen, the but twill
I $349 lift-wrapped package Is from .rememberd.
I ltd for permission to stage the ENGLISH SHOP insuresIt be a long
weekly parachute 'Jumps at the plealllre.
a warm welcome and full IS >
Venice % a SHOP
Airport. 3 for 510.00Phlladelphio measure of THE ENGLISH '
appreci.tlon.Quality SlAT
.
Authorized the signing ofa Blv'd of President :
I" SOW
lease on airport buildingswith Imports From Britain mand'a Key. Phone
L. J. Thomas at $50 per : China, Crystal, Silver for more detailed infonn'ucr

f month for storage of trailer Antiques Leather and Woolen imported gifts' of nit
Ana' parts. ; S429' Goods whatever your and lasting beauty end wdb
l Y t
) Approved a recommendation ,

I"J JUJJ W4 the Venice by the quarters water be board charged that Gin 3 for f $S'I2.50 j GESIUMA"' SARASOTA KENNEL CLUB

Cologne Mist. 2.50 for water meters on the basis of matter $$129 qt. r ass=. i "Where the Top Dogs Run Nightly, Except SundeynOld I
rather than individual 301
wNV Bradenton" Rd., between RH. 41 and
2.00 meters to reduce the ex-
J Cologne pense of water losses there. I Rain or Shine Matin_ Wed, Fri & Sat. at 100

Dusting Powder 2.50 3 f for $12.50 I April 21st, through Aug. 6th Post Time 8:10: (No Mf J,
Uc '

w Plenty of Parking in Huge .excellent condition. The bad
::1:1I NEED MONEY? Parking Lot! sellers and csshiers I aN

DICK & Quinellas Every R a c e .- fast and efficient. Greyhound,

Would you like to have Daily Doubles tat & 2nd Race. racing is not an easy job tot

Phone MEADOWS tome money In escrow toprotect MYAKKA Thursday Ladies' Day Both the men who run It, nor ivCJen. ""

I your family or buti- Entire Lower Grandstand, Air Manager, Mr. Jerl1 J
488.616 Conditioned this tracknin
i pharmacy Uns. To keep
i 'tn of
ness use your un.- requires 110"
At the ,moothly !
i'i SARASOTA KENNEL
'i'iI 488.3985 231 W. Venice Ave. pected; dsalth or dinbility CLUB track the personnel Is work* and Infinite plannln.liot

Venice If you can qualify I can arrange certainly courteous and able. Greyhound Racing J II '
a 1 l'3% loan PACKAGE STORE The Sport
t Medical Center men who direct the parkIng Florida's No. 1 110111'
I PAUL E. SANDERS are examples of efficiency, Sarasota Is the summer
The ladies who care for the of champions. -
lal'
., Ph. 488 4738 488-5183 300 S. TRAIL PHONE 48C-3117 seating are very able as well Have fun all summer at I I sarI'
Run
a* pleasant. The matrons certainly watch the Dogs .

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MARCH 2*. 194EYETATCHINO
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CAP Squadron .. a Double S & Green
.t:
II I I I rljln.a. 1PJ! Stamps Oi All ,

Hopes To Host :. :J. PrescriptionsVENICE 'h


N I Mw1 \ Swedish ACsThe SHOPPING CENTER VENICE AVENUE- ;; I

r i ,' .
,' Venice area may be included
"S11r }'> In the Florida itinerary RESTAURANT SPECIALSTHURSDAY I
1 y I 1 .j of visiting Swedish air cadets
under a Civil <\ir Patrol foreign
.
exchange! program, according
1 Ito 1st Lt. John De BaltzI .
FRIDAY SATURDAY
I Lt De Baltz, commander of
Venice Camposite Squadron of
the CAP said an invitation to .
I visit the Venice unit would be BAKED SHRIMP BAR-B-O

extended to the Swedish cadets
I I and their two escort officers PORK CHOP SAUTE SPARE RIBS

CAP national headquartersat !

l l'i'i ds"ssf Texas that Ellington the announced Florida Air Force Wing this Base, week with In 82( 82c( 82(

headquarters in Orlando, has
been selected to act as the host r .
wing for the visiting Swedish

<0o >*.ll r photo br Ana Obmdarf) cadets. COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNER 99c

PORTRAITS and other in the Venice Shopping Center A former VenIce Each year, outstanding cadets -
I works, of art by retired Brttl'h Ro al NarAdm "' resident, the colorful, bearded admiralwas from the various wings of
"I 1 Victor Butcher ('left) are on display a familiar figure in the community until the Civil Air Patrol, number. -
p, the office of optometrist Dr Luther Luck he moved to Sarasota two bog about 13} cadets, are exchanged *
jean ago
$1.49 P. $1.49
with a like number of Reg. Reg. 59c '

$7,500 GOAL FOR SOUTH COUNTY cadets. Exact from 21 countries foreign where countries MAALOXLIQUID CONTACCOLD !
ALKA SELTZER
the Florida cadets will go is as
1 yet! undetermined. I M li WASH CAPSULES |I

Lt Col. John C McDonald,

Crusade Volunteers NamedInItial CAP will act deputy as host wing for commander the Swedish, 87* 82* 37*

cadets and their escort officers LIMIT I I LIMIT -. I LIMIT I
p' ins for the annual MM Alice Lumley at the! Ven mis when they arrive in Florida
Crusade of the American Can.ter Nokomis Bank, or they may Mrs Raymond W. Edge Is Col McDonald served' as an escort -
Sc :,1 tr: In the South Countr I be mailed directly' to Mrs. Rob. publicity chairman for he for the United States cadets Req. 89c
"rts at Route 1 1. Box 142, Noko. .
drive in Sweden last year
area have been announced .. ILIQUIDDETERCENT f
-- -- -- J I
SPRAY STARCH _
bY' C axle' McO Robert:.. 59 59t

t\; who ii serving ai.chirr

an for the 17th consecu -

tics rejr Reg. 49c Reg 69c Reg. 89c Reg. $7,19PAPERMATE

Goal) r, this ,'ear'. drive t ; PEN POLIDENT GILLETTESTAINLESS
et c', w' run through the MYADECVITAMINS
month! of April ii $7 ,no Last
DENTURE
REFILLSBLUE
'
HI $7 000 and n

to''I l 101)0) w is; conti ibi:ted CLEANER BLADES
it 1 )MAt INK

Mrs Roberta B V Mi 57 $5.95LIMIT
*
thll' then re pc' 'no I I 24*
,
Mrs ,,
areas! o George Orie '
r I
C Key and OsprfHn \ iib LIMIT I LIMIT i -

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Ir Captains.Vr K their I:HI.l'.! 1 t services who ind Laurel, od have Mrs Include; Mrs\.Bea i1untr C MrH Jen R rtd -. IIL t w : iltrr..59: : ({ |II| CHAISE LOUNGE $5.99INSTANT


Gal Wp Plamori. Mr Gu I ____...--__- ........""" ___ ..___ .
Rsm8d>" Vent Mi C 'ore _
B.t, h:'t 1v ''If'! Mrtrar! ,. METAL NEW
AL-in and Mrs M P C,'urt.
Venetian Garden MI' : SHOE REXALL
fey ;
X !f. Gould Venice Fait Mrs :' r WASTEBASKET m tM4
Rudolph Mum Nokomis IPJ) COLORING II. ; EXTRA
tilt: Mrs Lydia Double No. I'
ex k match 12 QuartContemporary :s STRENGTH
tania Acres: Mm Norman { your ,
P''.ttner! Edge wood. Mi" Robin ==- PAIN t
-
Anderson and Mrs Leo Ar __ shoes to orTraditional
qurtt\ Ft Gate: Mitt W J. Easter RELIEF TABLETS
Ti?lor Harbor Lights' Mobile your
Sites: Mrs Alex Gait Venice NOW m 50 Tab. Only ....57c

Mum iptl) Trmler Park: MinI Outfit I $1 00 Designs .......... .
1 Ie Ross. Laurel quarters: 'TERRIFIC' TURNOUT marked the ceramics articles Sparkpluggmg the show were, left, 100 Tab Only ..98c $ \II
the ReJ C Sims. Venice hobby group's show at Harbor Lights Mobile. Patricia MacKay who teaches glazing to I
members of the ceramics hobby group; Ann -
Hart-f Mm L P Scott, sites last week. The displays were arranged
"rmre PBI Jagger in charge of firing kilns Jane Tay
Trailer Park Mrs.E' to show all phases of ceramics work fromfreshly Morrison, PLUSH
hu R shams, Laurel Road lor, vice president and Freeda _" 'k.ti \1o' "
and M on Valley Estates modeled pieces to the finished glared president of the hobby club, 11 EASTER -

Mrs J.hn Vincent Tarpon 1
Center Mr. Lillian Williams, Lady Elks Elect ANIMALS.
test South Venice Mrs. ,, '
: WOLFER MOTORS Inc. n Y .8'I I -
Pete K:n ,. east side, South ," -
Officers TuesdayOrficf'1'S RAMBLER DODGEMS :
Vent -
Mrs L W. Downs, '
orth S. Titn.am. Trail. 88 3965-488-4150
P'rt Charlotte Mrs C. '
:
will\ be elected at
O. Rice and Mrs Charles Lab- the Tuesday S p.m. meeting of SPECIALIST IN ,;1t ift .
inoskr Warm Mineral I ladies Elks Auxiliary at Elks ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT : !
Spring Mrs John Johnston Hall Brake. Repair lubricate Chasm iP.,1 I ;.
both 4ir'
r ten of the Tamlami A cocktail party celebratingthe 'V
Tra;' n Nokomis Front End Alignment Oil Chang \JJ )
Mrs. Wilm
; auxiliary first birthday.
'"
''' S rnad. Venice Gardens Front End Overhaul \ Adjust Headlight BeamiElectrical -
.
: will follow the meeting '' ]It. '
Mrs LoUIS A. Jacob, business Members are Invited to help Wheel Balancing RepairsEngine (lilt a
"floes Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand d. gss r
and
stores, Venice and dye! eggs tomorrow at S p.m :
Miami A\ flues from Harbor at Elks hall for the Elks Easter Radio Repairs and Transmission Repair i ( l1fIi
,
Drive to the Tamiaml Trail, Egg Hunt for area childrenon Aireonditionmq Repairs and Installation t r : { \ \ c\fl
end Mi Gene L Green biisi Sunday. 98
free off.c. and store. Venice' VQ-"r* M Ii V \' :. ll:Jn'1 {\\\1\ ,(. "' '" .1'. '
Avenue. fit, the Tamiami 1 r.W .-' 1\ ,&
Trail) to the By-Way. --- ; f".... .. _
_
Other. iptnm.i Include Mrs EARLY WYNN'S MENU FORERSThRJ a. Basket FilledN,: .J'. ,. I. ':", UP
*', Gillett Golden Beach. u: :.t ::: ..,-
with
vhf, r announced her workers 'andres. 98Vola; J .. ;
'f -
/ w' include Mr. William r b. 88tJ
C.dw, der, Mrs. AI McMel, 1, with candies '' to(

Mrs. Edward Knob Mrs. J. A. & toy 1.98 Value ) ..J.M:
\W
Ida and J. 59
Mrs. Maurice Marr ,
Still:! more captains are Mrs \1' OTHERBASKETSFROM49. I rr"J'. ... _. ..Iii.....
tl'"rs'iret S. Gusack Gulf I Choc.. to6,98
Peter
Shore Mrs Frank Dalfleish. I ; Rabbit "4 REXALL SUPERPLENAMINS
Bay Shore Estates: Mrs. Frank Choc. Uncle e 29t -.:..." ,.
fa
Ferre Bay Point and Albee r' Peter, 9" :,.74" I\J
KM. e. Rt, t'\
Easter
Nokomis who will have Egg I lie ,
"I her volunteers Mrs. Colbia .' : Reg 29C Coloring Kit ij. '1- \ I J. : r1bf
C with Dinner : ;
.T) r. sod Mrs Frank Llnd Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Cocktail 60 cents t .
'I'In: Mrs Mariner Lawrence CHOICE OFFresh n f, Brach SAVE
Lunt Marshmollow
Subdivision: Mr*. Waldo Egg: A
Brandied Grapefruit
I C: Baled ,
Sherman' Circuit Road and Florida Fruit Cup au grenadine R ,"
Louetta Indian Summer Apple Cider. ;; ego 39C .... ;
Lane: Mr*. Margaret Chilled Sacramento Totato Juice ChoCear.Easte r. 32e Il"f [ "' $7.95!
:: i!
**lter Ba\shor Road Noko- ReUhti and Comerve from the Tray Medalli ..t. :
11I11: and Mrs 'lot'' .. '
R J Martin. Consomme d 0rMJellied Heide If: ]
dale: Martindale SuMi\ision Cream of Chicken, Raphael ,' Jelly Eggs .
Chilled Vichyssoise with chive .
,
Std
) more Essence of Tomato Reg. !
captain are to be 29C:
jounced: Mrs Roberts add ENTREES ,'. ''' ; 24t r.:1::::: ,.... '. y,
BAKED GLAZED TENNESSEE HAM, Banana Fritter Cumberland Sauce < : t ..... Choc Cover:ye d;' :::J l\\;' c 144 Tabs
Donations ;
may be left withiPttlMBERI BRAISED LEG OF SPRING LAMB, Mint Sauce, Natural Gravy Ells, Assorted Creme tI '
ROAST HALF FARM CHICKEN, Fruit Drawing, Demi.Glace i. Flavors SC j lO I _::1" FREE
BROILED SIRLOIN STEAK MINUTE, Cre onere,
]RI F HICKORY SMOKED HAM and EGGS COUNTRY STYLE ij with '

VEGETABLES 111 ---.I: .i 51750 :
nW. : '
Baled Idaho Potato in Foil Candied Sweat Potato e Rkii w V' Reg, 25.45

TI1C OlD ON 'SFINISHED. Creamed Pearl Onion. Asparagus Spears, Hollandaise

f 't NEEDS A. Crisp Garden Green Salad SALADS Cottage Cheats and Pineapple Salad PRESCRIPTIONS FAST HOME
REST50 Early Wynn
GET ANEW French, Thousand Uland-Roquefort or Garlic Drawing I GENERAL ARE OUR BUSINESS! PERMANENT99c
ONE DESSERTS
ELECTRIC W* don I allk you to go milo to cbckWe
HERETNfBEST! Strawberry Shortcake Green Apple Pie with+ Cheddar Cheeie g ad.tillln Mt. Clemency Cherry Pie Chocolate Layer Cake BATTERY don I coahue ycm with figures,
.
HOT WA1ER Crama de Menthe Parfait ; clubs and percentagesWe M
i ...
da yowkei.tOd' accurateBRING
HEATERS Vanilla Chocolate, Peppermint Ice Cream Orange Sherbet ) OPERATED ..olf. : BRIGHT I SET
_. Coffee Tea Milk. Santa
After Dinner Mints TOOTHBRUSHa TOUR>> rfii
NEXT )\ i HAIR SPRAY r :
UNDER TWELVE $1.95
$3.65 CHILDREN N
PIANO MUSIC by MR. DICK WILLIAMS $10.95 'usff: : V ) 99c la

1 a a1f Please Make Reservations by Calling 488.2295 1RenAY 1\\




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THURSDAY, MARCH 26 1964

PAGE FOUR THE GONDOLIER I -
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IIIIDBII I TAE6 Dave's Diatribe hotel no"The Inclination and Beatles yet the had to kids gone lem"la the$


II course there was the
III
By DUFFY LEWIS frenzy I guess when FranS.
'iiU PEOPLE
was laying them in
I ( In harmlese the
off sUsm 7Irl
I Good It Is to ace younst.r.l.t hero worship or: But I Just don't undersuSabout
by
I When reduce that built-up pressure \
they tut the Beatles BecaE!
SPEAKThe dervish dancing w. old toads are apt to croak, "Tu.what technically they aren't mS
tried to
h ? Some even dance
is the
At least
good. that's
forgetting that in the dawn of their (our) what the
"twist" dance
t-- -- descriptive name critic say. One of them
days we had a /dance with an even more fair |
inj pretty I that"
guess but
"PlniLadies'
The
addressedto that could be given
( following, the "shimmy," The stately Victorian cor-
tight
the most wonder. one of those
the Venice Area Chamber are all."For
minuet Is fine for George the 1,800:
of Commerce, Is being published ful group of women I have ever these sets. tickets to Ole
:& or TBC: AMtOCUTCD '1&a.I.IUUISEII: Of Tea FLO*IP A FRUS ASSOCIATION' Washington dignity, but So now our historical synopsis Ed Sullivan show there
encountered. Th.yWuld see
in this column to let tonic wen
Jungle dances are better down to the part 60.000 requests. M.
fte AoadaM. FHM li _.......!to oWM to M for xtkllritlMi of all .... II.,...... HHIIxl( ,. the people of Venice who were to anything that was needed. for a torpid liver. The circulation brings critical us old toads can remember maybe a cipher got, misPlaced I *,
It w as -"" thw. ..,"> ."" .I" kM"1 taws """"'"* ** AU tdebw at mpubllatba involved know how much their There hardly was any difference stirring polka has beena w* and
eI _jaJ ...lS.2ittUr t.wml.m hand appreciatedby between them and the Many a man, but anyway they topped Rudy
...... ..... ItMl ..._,..... mMt .f ale M..Mp in distress even
er.y _,dOT nnt br wrlfwi pam'...Isa.Pehwbtl a visitor These are only a few things years. Jealousy must be the the days of Theda Bara and mad integration take a back
trouble with the critics Too Valentino. What vicarious seat for a few
dsys.
Sir Rudolph
Dear : that t have mentioned about
r... lends rod ThornkF from 11S-J1 B. Mlul" AmtEatm4 old. too stiff to twist we frown thrills! They even Thank
A. .an4. Class JUtttr At Pat Cfflc. At vwhr! Florid I am writing this letter to let your dean beautiful and those supple youngstersso love of the you corresPOndent
1 upon burned Incense in some O. G. Vf, for
you know how much I think of growing uty with a great fu your blow *
do it.
able to
EDWARD O. BALL Editor and Publisher your beautiful City of Venice, ture. I know you muat be stuffy old cinema house toget blow description of the .dm.
for the hero worship, Sheik atmos tion at the
and the wonderful> hospitality I aware of these thing, but I And as that desert Plaza TO think fc
COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor received from every person just wanted to let :you know we mustn't let the young take phere. Yes, my children. li- happened at that staid old hot
SAM DILLON New and Newsphoto Editor and place of business I encountered how T feel also being a member all\ the blame. When a hero ten end you shall hear that we telryl Your comment that the
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent in the brief period I was of the Chamber of Com- rides an open car up Broadway too had our Presley and Beat. Beatles talent Isn't reported<<
there. merce.I Jt takes thousands of $$ to lee with favor makes me think per.!
On March 12 you recall deeply appreciate all you clean up the ticker tape and So we now give you an on- hap it Is not a necessary
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year, $3.25 per sir months $%.75 there was a bad; accident may aunt have done for both my parents torn phone/ books. We've read the-npot report from good old diment in making a hero Sons COli-

i per three months, 10 cent per copy. Out of county 16 25 per yew, $4.25 south of Venice In which my and for me, and by just saying how much, though we can't tell toad friend of ours in "Nub nevertheless surely had It .rln.
per six months, |3 per three months.Easter father and mother, Mr. and "thank you" would not be you for money figures slip away Yaowk" (as w* once pronounced ny Lind was known to be one

I Mrs. W. H. Foster, were both enough to express the respectI from us as fast as money it when native. : of Europe' finest soprani
injured my mother most seri hold for all of you.THOMAS itself. Furthermore, all that "Well, anyway the doctor's Frank Sinatra has proved him.
Roman triumph paper to cleanup office I I. at 30 West 59th which self a real actor As
t_ ,____, ,_ __. ____ ____ I____ in ously.the Venice She and Hospital my father and will are 2391 Lamar O. FOSTER, Is heaved Into the street by is practically next the Plaza we saw AnnlOakler a you f.ster .

be there for some time. I would Memphis, Term grown-ups. Our teen-apers Hotel. Well Sir I hear a lot of shoot from a trotting horse and\
' 1964A just like to say In a few words aren't working in those office screaming and look out and break thorn (wa It tiny toy

how well the City of Venicetook To The Editor: buildings there are literally hundredsof balloons?;; can any old toad tea
care of them. So when we see them go out kids on the street. The radio u.n) targets! though sons
recent news item on the front pages On this Easter Sunday all denominations The afternoon of the wreck Many thanks to Mrs. Gaynor for some crooner or corn-ball cars keep coming. Of course it nasty critics suggested that her

of the nation's press began. in this country end Canada are the Rawles ambulance that and the Staff of Th Venice we should withdraw our tut- Wit the Beatles Just coming pistol was parked with shot instead .
not GONDOLIER for the wonderful tuU In grandfather's day P. from Washington You never of a bullet
took them to the hospital
"A of shock and hung today In "On Great Hour of Sharing"to
pall grief {joining
Publicity we received concerning heard such squealing If
only did what they had to, but T. Barnum brought that great great to be a senior c0
over. the Southern Formosa cities of aid the hungry and disaster victims went far beyond. Seeing that our Installation.We "Swedish Nightingale" to this "When we get through with ben ripened on the vine even

Taints and Chiayt where an earthquake. round the world, through an organiia- my father was not able to do had so many visiting country For a sight of Jenny the doctor we go down and though In some cases over-rip,
for himself, they took his luggage with us because they read it Lind, crowds Jammed the Bat. walk east on 99th and past the In fact it is entirely new ".
tilled 104 452 end left l thou. tion known Church World Service.
injured as
and carried It to the Kent In the "paper. And some were tery N. Y.C., where parades Plata. Well Sir the hotel was perlence and one we are glad
sands homeless end walling. the littered The American people always respond Motel where they checked him new residents in our community start. Those days there was no barricaded by those gray Police to be able to enjoy:! wt wen

streets in dunned silence" generously to other In need, but thisrsponse in, and waited until he was gave them a warm welcome ticker tape, no telephone Department sawhorsesand never this way before. Then
able to leave the emergencyroom when among strangers books, but many more women there were forty or fifty are certain physical handicap
That awful silence soon was broken can not be weighed or valued in
Thanks.
of the hospital and carried Again. Many passed out. The proper word cops. The kids were chanting, but there Is not so much stern
by the arrival. of government. officials, terms of volume or dollar/ value.It him to the motel. Not at Mrs. Fred Norman was "swoon" and even a strongman "We love the Beatles." They In the boiler to necessitate ii

assessing damage, and other, representing does, however, serve as a reminderas any time was there a mentionof Venetian Publicity Court Chairman 30, would have swooned in had numerous signs, all laud safety valve.

sympathetic peoples of the world, we dress up In our Easter finery this payment for their services, Order of AmaranthTo
".
hat else
but can
bringing aid in the form of food, clothI Sunday that Christ at the conclusion of only asking "
I do for you sir? ;
Ing and medical supplies. the parable of the Good Samaritan, said: I arrived there March II and The :

Tragedy in Formosa famine in the "Go end do likewise." found a room at the Candlelite Goodwill Industries 325 ATTENTION !
I
Congo never-iatiified. hunger among That, one man of the parable has in ,Motel. Mr. Church the owner handicapped employees are
,ent out of his way to help me grateful for your help in making -
Middle Eastern refugees end the masses our time become a ,multitude, and that Having no transportation, Mr.. the recent Boy Scout Good LEGAL RESIDENTSHave

of India. multitude questions mutely: "Who c.IIs7" Church saw to it that I would Turn for Goodwill a success.
have a way to and from the Boy Scout in seventeen
motel at any tune, and also, counties. placed over 300.000
m Consistency? when possible, served me bags in home In the area. In you filed your HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION WIDOWS EXEMP.

breakfast in his own quarters excess of 100,000 of them have
at no charge. The taxlcab driver already been returned filled TION, or DISABILITY EXEMPTION/
Whatever might be said for or (gainstth where the United States is about fa sat
who sometimes( earned me with usable clothing and household -
trade boycott which the United StatesIs up its second Polaris base in Europe. to and from the hospital' never items. Employment for

trying to get Its allies!: to impose on Ironically, the first such base was at the failed to ask me how my parents several months for these 325 Have you made a Return on your TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE PER.

Cuba, American policy is being made to Holy Loch In Britain end Is staying were doing. people i* assured.
Most of all I want you to You have told the "Goodwill
look ridiculous by the latest turn in its there.In. !know what a wonderful hospital Story" to your reading audience SONAL PROPERTY

dealings with. Spain over. the Iattr's relations moms have in Venice, end and have inspired themto
with Cuban Premier Fidel Castro. (hit use, our beet consolation It the wonderful staff you have respond. Our folk thank
l' that earth off aid to
cut America
Why
on
and Somehow too we think Memphis also has one of the have furnished the materials.
proportion. ,
Britain because of the sale of the buses the American people knew who their last- finent Medical Centers in the As the remaining bags are fill- Returns. The Assessors office will be glad to assist you In filing your
ed and in the collection
and then Invoke some sophistry to justify Mid South, I rave never seen placed
ditch friends are likely to be, even ifsometimes such enthusiasm, efficiency, boxes even more people will Returns.
reverting the decision to stop help to there has to be agreement to and care ai was given/ to the be helped.
Generalissimo Franco (who is still/ goingto patients In your hospital. At V. Carl Sullivan
build ships for Dr. Castro)17 disagree with them. American are hardly no time did I feel that my par. Public Relation

The answer to the question lies in I likely to be turned now against British cots were not getting the best Director William N. StuartTAX
the Beatles.
cars or
the statement of Spanish Information

Minister Frg Ibarne that the cuttingoff The difference between democratic

of American aid would b* a breach London and authoritarian Madrid is that High School News ASSESSOR

of the agreement granting the United the latter' reaction Is immediately to Sarasota County

States rights to keep military bases on threaten.. It Is a pity that Washington Bj DIANE LEMIART_
Spanish soil. Embarrassingly for Washing should give. in. Of course, the Republicwill forwardto teaching rieia. we might addthat
Everyone Is looking we are very happy to have
ton, Mr Ibarn:. veiled. threat cam while survive.. But one of the attributesthat the fast-approaching Easter him with us.

the nuclear-submarine mother-ship Proteuswas a great power must cultivate. Is vacation and making big plans -oAt -- tl, f.M al+
to fill their time. The Seniors Manatee High School last + tt a
of making
:II! at s** within day of two dignity. have their work cut out for Saturday, the 93-member chorus r

landfall at the Spanish port of Rot, Christian Science Montor them: 000-word essays, took straight superior in + + Ylfdat ,F M } M'r' ke

thanks to Senior enemy No. all\ classes of the district competition n

I TooLate To Classify I Two, Coach Hedrlckl I Juniors soloists Nancy Brad.
will be flocking to the beaches ley, Jenny Brown Marcia

B. VAV ". .,.., I ''M and the Sophomores T Baird and Leslie Apathy included tearlW i'es'ki t ''A7i'r4 1
By RUSSEII NAT' up, vr pairvfiitin cos iiy niynv 'pwi s, ivi they'll coot off as usual! Some They hope now, to etea),
their hair down when they reach the Gold VHS students however, are travel to state competition in
With northern visitors to( entertain I Coast They spend money like. drunken planning to get as far away Daytona Beach April 15-17.
I found it for to from Venice as possibly
a good excuse a trip they --
sailors and love" it end when their doughruns
Miami While I have. visited the Magic cant! A 'Cooll8ll"! Splash Party
out they highball for home and start} Karl Blizzard is going to will be held at the North Port

City between seasons and during summer, saving. it up for another spree com next Gainesville to look over his Charlotte Community Centeron
it had been a long time sine I was thereat next year's home, and Diane Friday, April 1: from 7:30:

the height of the winter season and it winter. Lenhart will visit Indianapolis, to 11 midnight. The Chevels
I Then there are the reel sunshine seek will furnish music for the affair
Ind.Scott
opened my eyes. ers. Plain folks from small towns, farmers Hill Is looking forwardto which is sponsored by the
spending some time with a NPC Teen Club and to
The Gold Coast area is swamped with from the midwest small business open
man certain Julie Roberts of River- all teen-agers for only :SOc! admission
tourists. Th. motorist, unless he checks in mostly senior citizens, who come for rest view High then he's takingoff .

early will find the "No Vacancy" sign and recreation! among friendly folk They to Lake Okeechobae. ...0-

the order of the day on the main arteries soak in the motel pool play shuffleboard, Pat Douglas, Patty Lame. Saturday April 11. win be
Blake do the
Vicky Walters Sharon the gal* turn to asking
and rooms art hard to find even. off the hunt for shell on the beach, take drives. and Becky Benton are going it'* Sadie Hawkins! A prize n t r r Y toyb

highway. around the ,*rw and seldom drink, play "where the boy '1'.1"! Also for the best "Dogpetch" outfit
traveling to Ft. Lauderdale by will be given at the dance,
The average good motels are full up the ponies or go in for night clubbing. house-trailer (to insure accommodations which will last from 7.30: to a '

every night at rates from $18 to $24 a Many of them com back year after year ) are Jim Horton. 11:30. The Chevels\ win again 1twm

day or mora, the urn accommodationsyou end spend from two weeks to several. I Charlie Winter, Tommy Sala- l lend their talent to the festivities f M ;
f fr
dino and Robert Obendorf. and "Marryin' Sam"of I
pay from $10 to $12 a day for In the months. They art cartful with their mosey Gayle Drehouse will visit ( course! I 1)) will be on handto a s

off se"on.f'i. end get value received. and seem to relatives In lows and Marge "wed" those gals who catch Et

The swank hotels, like the Fontaine- thoroughly enjoy themselves' untouched by Dillon is visiting her sister in their "guys on "the great ,(v1A #F "
Gainesville, Ga. Debbie Murphy chase i iv
,,: bless, Americana, Eden Roc, Defluville the whoopee end hoopla that surrounds will also spend the vacation a'r s' 1 y ,

are all |jammed, and the night clubs featuring them.Then with relatives in Mobile STRICTLY FRESHA

top name entertainers are turning there are the griftars, the job Ala, while Rocky DePagterwill '
visit Norfolk, Va. ,a
tab rt1tQ1 b
them away. The beverage. minimum is $5 seekers, the touts and ladies of the eve We wish these traveler good child's dilemma to go sit I ( 2a i o'

I with dinner or $10, if you choose to drink. ning. They follow the money looking for "road" weather, and those to the circus and have a pio> #

your nourishment.The .n opportunity 'to malt a fast buck. They claying here at home, good"beach" nk or so to ?a picnic and
weather. have a
thing that amazes me Is that most hop bells, wait table, sell souvenirs. ., wash circus. e

of the, tourists are from New York. or other dishes, drive. cabs or buses, give. you a tip Along with Easter vacation Al a lather handed Uf

j metropolitan ....s. In spite of the fact on a dog or horse, show you where to come the end of the grading teen-age daughter the telephone
Th administration has
period
that they have. plenty of entertainment go and what to set, for a price and been thoughtful however and tuowcataIaATIX... ,

and night life, the finest food and accommodations manage somehow to eat and deep and not polled the holiday with nkApvr Millions come to play I' and some to stay!

In their own back yard sometimes malt a bundle. marks ve get those our first
In school
day back
they get a big kick out of a trip to They say it takes all kinds of people The past three weeks have
Miami and don't mind spending several. to make a world and the Gold Coast been extremely hectic for the Each you, 150,000 vUtors to the SuiuhlnaBute hive indtut HooUnt In Unrbk. A fcvw-
Annual Staff. Today March Z8, decide to Hay fur good Why? Fully abU tu abntetura for busing*W the IndivU-
hundred dollars for a few days In the has ell kinds. They pack her hotels, motels I for the mme that draw tarn bear
asjaoiia aa
Is the deadline for three seatione vaL Skilled manpower_and plenty of nxbratlactric
Florida swing. and restaurants, her race tracks and frontons of the 1963-M Warrior, he said "Congratula- inutile I la the tnt plac*. (Suiuhim. Warmth ,always tipindlnf to mart Flue
power
While our blue sea and sunshine have. her bums and cabs, store and l and they've been having quite ttonsl n', a boy l" Gael living. Health. Surf. And man aunihuw kU't mwli!
alwaya-frawlni
their appeal l, there Is more to it than shops, beauty parlors and barber palaces., a bit of trouble with pictures. e e e .) But economic factors ar* tuually the It'\aatyat raaaooi.
With these out of the way, A sign of family tension meet convincing argument for aUybif. N... Think about it, Mr. and Mm.VUtor.Florida
God blest 'em
that. Winter in Florida is a sort of status and we love .m, |Iud though, they have only three la when a man lays he has budnMsa eropphif ap-and fnnrinf-wfur. resides me.nsalifetsenatloaaadaxn.rase .

I symbol It mean you can afford to go like New York, Main, the Carolinas, Las I sections to go to complete the changed hli will for the you look. Exodhni tnnportetian f c0. And'1wt'd. foot to have pout'

with the crowd end boy the thrill you Vegas, and a lot of other places liki I entire book. tenth time.ere
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get talking about it when you get back us when we 1 lose our mind and go seeking Mr. Harold Klutz a former Jarentle deHomnncy

I I home. greener pasturts. radio announcer, has taken the stems from the child who
I America's GO Go I li I place of Mr Robert Eubanksaa stop asking hrs parents
Folks who lead a more or lass normal God Bless go. FLORIDA i'
chorus director. Mr. Klutz where he came from Indmq POWER LIGHT COMPANY
!life. In their home bailiwick., who wouldn't knew the wheels. turning and the axil I says he likes Venice High and i UIQftg,t ig whert. .W rsupse srai 15Qgrp4 '

hint( of playing *the horses booting it W.-:1.: /- is happy to get back late MM 6./' -



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THURSDAY.. MARCH 2t, 1964
THE GONDOLIER FASE FIVE
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Venice Parcel Post stay a while and return home
Port Charlotte
I Gardens NewsBy I Nokomis Netting some time this-o-week.

Rate Hike
RUTH EDGERTON i lets in Passover Feast Br MARY ALICE MURRAY Mrs H O Mertz has been Now that Mr, Earle] Casey
the new model homes week for all members of the Venice Postmaster J. Dougi (Plnrh Hitting For Berth staying with her father and has retired both he and Mr.
were Miss
Phone 488-6164 Mrs Margaret Griffen, center Florence urges all to i Arnall reminded residents Celebration of the Jewish Perkins) mother for the past few weeks Casey are enjoying the balmy
dismiss Sun, Roth, Mrs Bill Mid come en out for I little cake, of the area today of the new Passover Feast at Port Charlotte A letter from Berths Perkins It Is fine for us all to see Dr south with us. Hereafter they
fore blasting\ off, for thefret and Mrs Mrs.. Arthur Wallace cards and Chatter! domestic parcel post rates going Jewish Community Cen- brings word that she still Mertx up and around and apparently will be down earlier and stay I
time today with a news Cheerful Walter Geisaer -o- Into effect April 1. ter will begin tomorrow at 8 doesn't know when she'11 be his usual self the past later enjoying their beautiful
column' for and about OUR Southern smiles and good old So help me it's the truth! This Increase was approved p.m. with Lay Rabbi Jacob E. back home I'm sure a note week or so Approaching our place here. They have had Mr
peOPle in Venice Gardens tended to hospitality all were ex- Can't give you any names for recently by the Interstate Commerce Goldberg conducting the Sab- would cheer this! wonderful per. 80th birthday I hope we are and Mrs. Robert Bums for the
were !in ORBIT, let's got rlngton Mrs Arthur Car- obvious reasons of which you Commission and will bath and Seder services son who spreads so much all\ as well past few weeks. The Burns are
-0- Margaret, Mrs J. L. Lynch, Mrs will\ understand, if you read average about 131 per cent. The traditional! Seder dinner cheer herself Her address: The daughter Mrs Fred from Newark, N. Y., where
you can travel far and wide, I lIam Busbey, Mrs Wil Further However, Mrs J. E This increase It expected to .rlll be served at the conclusionof 4320 Rocheblave St.. New Orleans Dickson of Atlanta Ga. will\ they grow the beautiful roses
_eet famous people but it al Loefflcr, Miss Lois Gar- of Venice Gardens burled her produce additional revenue the service to members, La.
surprises you to find such lock and Mrs George Middle pet canary Tweety," in her of $75,400,000 dollar their families, relatives and -o-- .
way miss
living next door That delighted! the visitors and pardon last week. She wea The rate on catalogs will house guests Ritual highlightto The daughter of Doctor and
wet the cue 'last week when no doubt influenced one and all surprised later to find that also be increased approximately the evening will be "the
was introduced to Mr and that Venice Gardens is not someone had unearthed Tweety 13 per cent and will yield asking of the four Koshes YOURCAR o
I Joseph Abrahams, of La only beautiful but a most hospitable but did not disturb the remains addition! revenues of about (questions)," usually done by .
Mrs. I'
Drive Charming and city In which to live Replacing her In the sod $3400000 dollars These increases the youngest member of the
(Cores and we look forward to seeing again, she returned v
unassuming, I found them a to her in rates do not affect family
delightful couple. Days; later, I our visitors return soon, as chores, only to find the little 'I' airmail parcel post or international The Center is located on er e
permanent residents ole Canary uncovered again Utica Ave and Sherwood
happened to pick up a cOpy parcel post -by-
0"v11o'I i Who" and found I' -0- Getting a little vexed, Mrs J. I Postmaster General John A. Street in Foil Charlotte ,(
This I definitely don't believe E put Tweety in safe Bill Ihlllips
place
that they are and have been, a Cronouskl has stated the de- -----
members for years To but someone told me, and placed the empty box back I cision of the ICC will assist
charter
their combined accomplishments that a writer staying in Venice In the ground. She then took the Post Office Department in Library To Close '
jut would take ten papers Gardens Is writing a book up an observation post, near- carrying out its objective of ;Driving In ;traffic? Leave I
about V.G. people, similar to by! For Church Service hatch Al-
but I would like to name a reducing the drain on the Federal yourself an escape
"Peyton Place 'Ah c'mon About 30( minutes later, the Treasury by $100 million The Venice Area Public Library ways have an emergency path
lew.Mr Abrahams was the assistant fella, quit pullin' my leg'!"' six-year-old neighbor boy came dollars The ICC granted the will\ be cloned for three picked\ out in case a driver \VmtTHEB IOU'BI looking
ot the Smithsonian -oFran'g whistling Into her yard. last increase on parcel post hours orv Good Friday duringthe ahoid of you stops or swerves L
secretary Institution, one of the- Ceramic and Porcelain Couldn't be him, Mrs. J. E. rates Feb. 1, I960 annual community worship or skids Maintain a safe following blueprints, or homes
and secretary of the class which meets at 10 thought, he was Tweety's most A comparison of the old cost service to be held this year at distance for sale,our financing
founders a.m. Wednesdays at the Rec- ardent admirer. She felt little Get dirt and mud off
a and the new cost can best be Emmanuel Lutheran Church. car upholstery help
Theological Seminary can youtakeprompt
Jewish i reation Center, will award bad when she him this Allow\ to
saw digging illustrated by the rate of a six Mrs. Dorothy Lance librarian way:
to the
end secretary One of the Libraryof world prizes to the people who created at the old grave All of a sudden pound parcel which is the said the library will be dry. Pick off dried mud and ,sound action this
Congress, Stained-Glass Artists the best artistic pieces of he started shouting in the average for local delivery closed from 12 noon until 3 vacuum clean. Go over area spring Down payment
outstanding decorates ceramics in her class, at the direction of the house next would be 32c against 37c after p.m. to allow the staff to par. lightly with cleaning fluid if is moderatemonthly
his work the- V.G. Home Owners Assn. meeting door, "Mom, Mom, thank good- April I 1. ticipate in the services oily stains persist after vacuuming -
ters and cathedrals, throughout on March 31 Fran will also ness good old Tweety, FINAL- terms fityourincome
the world. open registration that eve LY went to heaven! Best trade In time? Experts coatis
Mrs Abrahams known the- ning, for the Children Cera- say every 2'a' years to get best '
low Let discuss
GRANT'S "SKILLET"
itrlcally ss Lillian Floyd was mic Class SPEC i s
Put my kids down Smiling and happy-go-lucky break on depreciation, while
featured light opera singer Fran, what a wonderful way Ollie Collett and Chuck not hitting the major repair HbeforejoutuUd
She worked for the Martin to spend the summer Out expenses of an older car. In
Schmitt
Jet by my office every Carry
Theatres, toured the .
.
Beck
day and always leave me fact it costs Just $30 more a or buy.
Keith Circuit and starred for Willy Middlemlss, director of breathless Where do year to have a car each 2Mi" .K'
Flo Ziegfield For three yearsin the Recreation Center in Venice their they get BUCKET years as It does to run one
Chicago Miss Floyd held her Gardens, called to say watching energy them.I get tired Just for S years! If your car is M'

audiences spellbound\ with her there are big goings-on aheadat 'Til next week, this astronut years old why not stop by at \s
exciting voice, in the "Chocolate the center A Teen-Age is BILL PHILLIPS FORD, and
heading back to earth Any
Soldier." "Bunny-Hop," is scheduled for items social ; talk new cars with us?
news or functions ChIcken
We are honoured and proud Easter evening. the 28th, for all regarding the Gardens, !Many cities now require accident VENICE OFFICE
to have them as residents of Teens, not only VG but the give repeaters and traffic
call at
me a 488-6784
Venice Gardens entire area. Cokes, hot-dogs, citation collectors to take adult 601 South Tamiaml Trail
-0- and a "hot-combo will be set education courses in driving
The TLC (tender.lov-care) up for the swinging bunnies The best law enforcement con
(hat Jack Boyle gives to the' Sounds like a blast Legion To Attend $2 60 WHOLE 2'/i' LB. rentrates on rules] of safety ,

Stars and Stripes flying over -0- Church Service a CHICKEN ((10 Pieces) rather than speed tisps I I
Venice Gardens is due in part I There will be a square dance Answer these three questions FIRST J
to the fact that Jack served Tuesday; at seven for the older Members of No-Vel post, I WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I lB. COLE SLAW, "yea" or "no": Slippery surface I
30 years in Uncle Sam s Army. kids of 30 years on up to American Legion, and the 'I/I DOZEN HOT ROLLS skids kill and injure more
A retired captain, Jack and 90 So, lets all get out there Legion Auxiliary will assembleat I tall orders packed In foil lined buckets ) persons than dry surface skids
his lovely wife, reside on and "Skip to Malou. Open the Legion Hall at 8 o'clock, Lowering the pressure in your SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Shamrock Boulevard and live House to non-members of the Sunday morning and go as a Phone Ahead your order will be ready tires Improves traction on Icy
the live of Reilly, center. Come one, coma sill! body to the Grace Methodist roads. Most calls for assistancein OF SARASOTAMAIN
...0- -0- Church for the "Back to God PHONE 488-5075 highway breakdowns result OFFICE 200 South Pineapple I
Venice Gardens Building Co. Chairman Florence Geiase. Sunday" service at 8:30.: All W. T. GRANT CO. from tire trouble. Answer: OTHER OFFICES South Gate and St. ArmsndtiTfpm'TnHffirTfU"
hosted a "Welcome To Venice of the Venice Gardens Bridge Legion members and their I "No" is the correct answer for
Day," last week and the vivacious Club said today that Canasta wives and members of the RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE aU three questions _.It'm !W'r.5J: .: F'J.J:1&Ll
I hostess greeting the tour tables will be added this next Auxiliary are urged to attend. '_
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I Overbrook GardensBy Roster/ Chosen Americans '63' I Kiesling Wins ScholarshipDouglas I I Parks In State I


MART E KROIPA Art ExhibitSince Venice, one George of 70 outstanding Kiesling of of Ing the session.college Dr.staff.William Dr. H.J. Show Top Gain

We offer congratulations to Frank Mason of Libertyville, For E'wood its Inception in 1929, students attending Florida Kadel spoke to the after students dinner and in i Florida's national park I
DriveENGLEWOOD invited guests and
Hi., and guest of Mr. and Mrs Max Miller on Neptune Drive, the Museum of Modern Art in Presbyterian College's scholar- Union. five historic areas chalked
who journeyed to St. Petersburg Thursday to attend a three New York has assembled per. ship evaluation in St. Petersburg the College 1,350,100 visitors last year up to
I day Trap Shoot at the St Petersburg Gun Club. First day he Captainsand bach, Mrs Ruth Lehrer, Mrs. last weekend has been "All work and no play" was register a nine per cent rain
tied for third place with a 92, won the shoot-off 24 to 23 Second volunteer workers for the Ann Anderson, Leo Eaton Mrs. lodic group exhibitions by named a merit scholar. it has not the order of the day, how over 1962, compared with
day !he tied for champion with. a 199, won shoot-off, 25 to 24. Englewood Mae Evans, Mrs. Charles Hine- American artists which have been announced by William H. ever. Pool parties, a picnic national increase of six i
phase of the 1964 and per
Third aay ne was tne winner r brook, Henry Habriel, Miss Lil- come to be anticipated with interest Taylor, director of admissions.This hootenanny, record hop cent.
as "High Indian" with a 97 He, be with their mother and sister South County Cancer Crusade lian Conway, Mrs Charles In the art world. The last scholarship carries a max- free time served as welcome "The increase In public tu
brought back with him beautiful have been named by Mrs. Bea Clark, such exhibition "Americans imum stipend of $500. breaks between more weekend serious of these National Park Serv| ,
silver trophi-s, a pitcher, -0- Jenkins, drive chairman for Mrs Albert Loewer, Mrs. Kiesling took part In two concentration. The areas in Florida coincides with
bowl and candlestick holders Guests of Dr and Mrs. M L. the Englewood James Townsend Mrs Geral- 1963" is now at the John and days of testing, personal Inter activities concluded with a an Improvement in tourism"
placed in the form of a boat to Townsend of Overbrook Road area Miller Mable Ringling Museum of Art views and evaluation sessions, breakfast and final evaluation the trade body pointed ouL
add to his collection of which this week are Dr. Townsend'agrandson : The captains include Mr. A. dine Mrs. Arnold Mrs. Max Mrs. Lau, in Sarasota The Ringling Museum competing with top students Sunday morning. "Normally the winter month
Homer Salt
he has many for such an event and wife, Mr, and J. Kroupa, Mrs. David Bird- is the only museum in from 10 states The 30 scholarships awarded hold the edge on summer by
Codner Mrs
George
rence ,
Mrs. Mason accompanied him Mrs. E G. Moore and children, I sey Robert, Mrs.Scott Hilda Mrs Clare Mrs. Wiard, Mrs. Charles Piper, the southeast on the circulating The students participated in Included eight honor scholar- about three per cent although
to St. Petersburg Lynn and Robin of Gunters- George Mrs. Ralph Athey, Mrs Albert schedule for this exhibition an extensive evaluation pro- ships 12 achievement scholar. July is traditionally the top
Sommerman Mrs. Clarence
Foundation single month in
visitor
-0-- ville, Ala Johnson, Mrs. J. C. Lee, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. A J. Masin, Mrs. which will travel to major gram Saturday which Included Science ships two Schalorships Selby and eight bers during the num.
Mrs. Charles Petry and Mrs. Blanche Mink, Mrs. William James Walsh and Mrs. Guy art centers throughout the standardized testing and personal year" calendar
Gladys Sargeant of Williston Mr. and Mrs. James Hayesof Wood. United States and Canada interviews by members AI Lang Scholarships

I Park Long Island, arrived Sat 1628 Bayshore Drive motored Sramley --.--.-.. .-.. -.- .-- -- .- __ L_ ._d_ .._.__ U _< -.........-...- .. ....-- -- -
urday to be guests of Mr and to Fort Myers last Thursday Mrs Henry Habrlel, Mrs. ---
Mrs James Walsh on 1941 to visit Mr. Hayes cousin Norman Coulon Mrs. Vera
Fairview Road. Mrs Petry and and wife Mr, and Mrs Ruel Marks. Rev. Albert Steams
Mrs. Sargent have enjoyed a FuRctt They returned Thursday -Mrs. Clarence Sweetser, Miss
trip from their home in Long evening. Mary Woodward Mrs. John
Porter, Mrs. Robert
Rugan,
Island to California and toured
Mr. and Mrs Christ Burchof Mrs Gordon Roose, Mrs. Car-
California, then drove here to
Florida before returning home. Lowell, Mich., wintering in roll Smart, Mrs Daniel Miller IT'S OUR
They can talk for hours of the "Brook to Bay" Trailer Park Mrs. Millie Wern, Mrs. Frederick -
places they have seen and how are entertaining as guests their Jensen, Mrs. Ruth Kuy-
interesting the tour has been. daughter Mrs. Sidney Kerr kendall: Mrs. Thomas Drum
'd Mr. and Mrs. Walsh have been and (children Karen and Rich Mrs. Esther Arnold, Mrs. Elsie ST
friends of Mrs. Petry and Mrs. ard, also from Lowell. They Stoner, Mrs Alma Brietkrietz
Sargeant for will be here for two weeks. and Mrs. Walter Anderson
many years
Tuesday they celebrated little Workers are Mrs Roy tANNIVERSARVG.
-0- Karen fourth birthday. Brooks, Mrs. Virginia Schla- I
We offer our sympathy to
Mrs Hugo Fischer of 2045
Forked Creek Drive in the I Englewood Republican I
death of her brother, Stacy D. Rally
Dollenmaver, in The Bronx,
N. Y., on March 18. Mr Dollen ENGLEWOOD You could' offices in the May primary..
mayer taught school in the have fired a cannon throughthe Eighteen candidates, for
Bronx and only retired last American Legion Hall here everything from county courtto
)'ear. constable were on hand and
Monday night and not hit a
had four minutes apiece to tell
-
Democrat. about themselves and their
.
Surprises are always delightful Nary a Democrat showed platforms.
up
and Mrs Lyman Baker was naturally, for it was Republican A head count showed a totalof r
very much surprised with a night with the Englewood 83 present, including the 18 I
birthday in her
given
party Republican Club playing host candidates plus many of thecandidates'
honor at the home of her son-
to GOP candidates for county wives
in law and daughter on Crest
Drive, Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick' is *- -X 1 _
had invited a few friends to I
." be at their home to make the VENICE MOVIE LOG I
surprise complete. Those pres-
ent were Mr. and Mrs Don GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
Greer, Mr. and Mrs Harvey DRIVE-IN THEATRE ktFMci1p
Stem Mr and Mrs John Kol- Friday nj RatgrdarTaw FMs .nd A.tn'd..
ler, Mr and Mrs. Don Harris, "THII BRAAN HOTTU" "JOI'R TO THE I CNTRR 0'
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Little with with THB P.EARTH"' _.
ton, Mr. and Mrs Lyman Baker Rana'all ... Karl !.. ...
the host and hostess, Mr. THK with BIG V...(."JBM'-.. Mann
and Mrs Kenneth Kendrick. A x
buffet style luncheon of sandwiches s..Mon..T..w..y t..i eundq$. C.ro..d.M. :., a
potato salad and coffee "THE WONDERFIL WORLD 'A"NY"
were served to all A
present 0' THII BROTHERS GRIMM"" a .II. North .. U. L n
good time was had by all ... ...

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Mr and Mrs Ned Marsh
!' burn who now live in North YOU CAN SAVE WAYS
Miami and who own propertyon 3
Neptune Drive were in Enl -
eviood from Friday to Sunday On Auto Insurance
They were amazed to see .1. NSW: LOW RATES
the progress being made here 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
in Englewood, and said they 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY
may be back here soon.

Mrs Edward-0-McBride of $w&&
Neptune Drive entered the hospital -
in Venice last: Friday for
treatment and tests, We wish
her a speedy recovery. Mrs. 116 W. Venice Avenue I

McBride's daughter Mrs John Telephone: 488-2269 ()
Sinclair, and sister, Mrs N2 'rs ,Psi
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Colateral' Loans e Escrows Regular Checking Accounts

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SDAY, MARCH 26,_((964 THE GONDOCIEK' PAGE SEVDJfrs.



HUNTER/ ELECTED r TWO WILL BE

DOROTHY OATNOR


WOMAN'S CLUB f(jottmgiBj Women's Editor JUNE HUSTON BRIDESREXFORD I!

HEAD
Hems to 4SS-5S08 Jean The betrothal of Miss Cora Id Ir I
Rexford to Trevor Lee
Huston was announced at a
tiN d VicePresidentIs dinner at the country home of
4 Men may complain all they their Venice Gardens winter her parents Mr and Mrs. Win-
please about woman's interest quarters for a short time long. fred Keltz Rexford of Painted '9'. ...0"I
Mrs. Allen in clothes, but we now have er. Bost, Crooked Creek, Pa, Sun .
scientific backing for our excuses -- .
Mrs J. Fergus Hunter of in just having to have Fmmy Reilley Is home of'rr day.The brlde.room-elect Is the
42$ Redwood Road, Venice that new outfit. At her V-N what sounds like a story-book son of Mr. and Mrs Masel Hue "
Gardens, was elected at the Woman's Club talk yesterday, jaunt in Europe She left Sept. ton
Venice-Nokomis Club meeting Mrs Florence Girvin disclosed 8, visited friends for throe Miss Rexford was graduatedIn { aMISS
;' \1 yesterday to succeed Mrs. that psychologists believe weeks in Cornwall and York 1958 from Wellsboro-Charles.
Lewis Hester, retiring president healthy self-esteem (and there. [shire, England, then the Sam ton (Pa) Joint Senior High
who has served one yearof fore emotions) are reflected in McKinney's son and family In School and In 1959 from Jean
her two-year term one's attention to appearance Brussels and other friends In Summers Business School in
Mrs Hester will remain in Among other things. So-wear the Netherlands After that she Elmira. She is employed as a
j jtl' Venice until after the Installation ,that new Easter outfit "in good went, to Rome to be with the secretary at Corning GlassWorks CORA JEAN REXFORD MISS CAROLEE ANN JOSEPHand r
luncheon health," as they up North, (her in
April 8 She and any Ralph Simpsons daughter Corning was graduated from St.Joseph's York prior to coming her. He
her husband are leaving to i and refer the Irate husbands to ) and took side trips to Mr, Huston was graduated In
Infirmary School of was graduated from Sarasota
make their home in Vero i their psychology books Florence, Naples and Madrid, 1957 from Venice-Nokomis High t
.
Nursing in Atlanta She will bea High School n 1958 He is em-
Beach I Mediterranean cruise School and In 1963 from University
plus a J
member of the Eiea'a.The .
staff ploved by
Other officers elected yester Among the influx of Easter and three weeks In Majorca of Florida. He is a personnel nursing "
day were Mrs J. W Allen, holiday visitors Is Miss Suzan. with friends. No wonder she's assistant with Corning at Venice Hospital. wedding will take place
Mr Winter is a Washington, in June at Catholic Church of
first vice president, Mrs. Margaret ne Eddy of Columbus, Ohio, nibbling these days. Glass Works, Coming
i D. C. native
and lived in New the Epiphany
who Is the of the H. Paul)
Busbey, re-elected sec guest The wedding will be held in
t'r '.'4 ond vice-president; Mrs S C. I Josephs during Easter vacation Come January the W A. Corning on June 21.

Turkenkoph, secretary; Mrs. Derrys of Indianapolis, Ind., JOSEPH. WINTER SATURDAY
William Bose, assistant secre -- will be Venice residents. He COR A l
tary; Mrs. Ernest Exon, treasurer Miss Mary Stevens of Cranston stopped by on his way north Mrs Lillian T Joseph of ,
and Mrs Henry B. Lake, R. I., Is also Easter vacationing and reported they will be retuning Sunset Drive, Nokomis, announces SUNDAY 0 r
lay rrii assistant treasurer here for two weeks. here. How nice. the engagement of her
Mrs. Hunter came here with She Is the guest of her grand. -- daughter, Miss Carolee Ann FeoIuI"9 .
her husband, a retired insur- mother, Mrs J. (Elizabeth) Happy, happy Easter to Joseph, to W David Winter. EMMY LOU U
anceman, from West Hartford, Simpson, of 20S N, Harbor Dr everybody The bridegroom-elect is the
MRS. J FERGUS HUNTER Conn, son of Mr and Mrs John T. N
in 1959 and has been a -0- POPULAR SONGSTRESS
member of the club since that Wilma Hays, bless her, has Winter of Pametto Road, Nokomis
time. She has served as secretary written about 18. Not reallyus New Venice Area Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage G
lohn Roberts To Be and first vicepresident.She but Florida Not really Miss Joseph Is a native of At Prices
was president of the Florida, but about a hurricane Home Demo Club West Hartford, Conn, attended II Popular E r'r'II
College Club last year, served which plays around Florida. High school at Rosarlan VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL
(Here In Film Series on the retiring board of the She is the noted children's au- Elects Officers I Academy, West Palm Beach,
Friends of the Library of the thor and has just received Mrs. Ernest Kukkuck will
Venice Area, is a member of word from Little Brown that head the Venice Area Home
Noway: -Land of the Mod. art work, fisheries, whaling Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers her book, "Little Hurricane Demonstration Club, organized
n Vikings" will be shown by and skiing are also shown in and of the Sarasota Seven-Col. Happy," pleases them no end. at a meeting last week at the UNBELIEVABAT
hn W Roberta at the Gulf I the film lege Club. She and Mr, Hays will be at community room of First Federal -
eater tonight at 8 p,m. Savings and Loan Assn
List in this year's World Elected to serve with Mrs
ivel and adventure series, Kukkuck were: Mrs. W C N
r
xHuored by the Optimist'sub d tg y q. adwallader, first vice.prell-

of Roberts Bay, tickets I t c dent, Mrs Harry Fagler, second I $$6,995 ON YOUR LOT
Jl be sold lit the door the t l4 vice-president: Mrs. John
gut of the film presentation t 9) Wilson, secretary; Mrs George
Cook treasurer Mrs Richard
;
Roberts first gained fame
ase Boyd chaplain, and Mrs. !
professional cameraman ert Webb, sunshine ROb-I. ,
10 accompanied Lowell Donald L. Turner of Sara-
iom.. on his famous trip to
iota
executive director of Sarasota
bet, During the last war, he County Cancer Crusade,
ai assigned to the Signal i will be guest speaker at the r
orpi Photo Center where he April 9 meeting arranged by C
ade training films for use ofe Mrs Charles McG Roberts,
Air Force and where hi aliened South County chairman Sev.
) as Instructor Upon eral members of the medical
s discharge he again joined profession will be present to
wIll Thomas in expeditions e ,xr answer questions I
i the far corners of the globe.Re The Nokomis and Englewood
now has his own studio inakefield Home Demonstration Clubs I

Mass, where he have been Invited to participate :
wheel documentary, com- The business meeting will '
mill and educational films. begin at 9:4: a.m. and a new See It now on Sunset Beach Rd. 1 block west of

'"e bas been cited by the Dutch e cancer film, part of the program Trail In South Venice.
'ml( Association for excel. atilt will be shown at 11 a.m.
iw in his travel picture It A club workshop will be held
Mind and the Amazing April 23 at Mrs. Kukkuck's MOSS BROTHERS & SONSWaldo

'itch" home, 264 Center Road, Venice ,
.The entire past summer Rob Gardens Community projects Sherman Venice Branch
ti covered Norway from thep as well as hobby Instructions
to the bottom. Besides the will be a part of the workshop I I Telephone 488-4896 or 4884897DYNAMIC r

rpr cities of Bergen, Oslod program
Trondhelm, he visited .
any picturesque small towns.
e took a coastal steamer upe ,
famous North Cape stop- p

nit it the many villages in- ia, .' ,.
nd nj Hammerfest the most PHOTOGRAPHER,EXPLORER John Robshowing of his film at Gulf Theater This Is
irtlierly town in the world. erts will talk on Norway and Its peoples and the last in the adventure and travel films in
ondwful views of the Mid- scenery (Ca portion of which Is shown in the the series of six sponsored by Optimist Club
Sht Sun were obtained before above insert of a typical fjord) tonight at the of Roberts Bay for its Lyceum Building Fund G
r took off for Lappland where ,

visited wit the Nomads of the Rehearsal CancelledVenice f Loveland School Receives Show Gift
la e"r
The> most beautiful fjord In Civic Orchestra and Loveland School for Retarded is general chairman of the association -
e world the Geiranger, Is Chorus will not rehearse today Children was the recipientof .
awn In all its native color by but will meet next week at the a $122 donation from Venice The money will be used for a SOUL INSPIRING
tarts as well as numerous regular time, 7:4: p.m., at Ven Trailer Park Assn. school building planned for con
'*her fjords Handicraft and ice Junior High School struction this year.
The funds were raised at the

association' annual craft and An old proverb says: It is
No-Vel Auxiliary Unit hobby show bazaar and tea easier to bear a child once a

March 18 Mrs, R D. Bouldrey: year than to shave daily. INSPIRATIONALIN
1

: Gets Set To Elect Officers I. i


A nominating committee, to Curtis Boyle are In charge of FEET HURT ? \
"'sent a panel of officers fore the project. Members of the '
May 11 election of Amen.m welfare committee will also deliver -
'' Legion Auxiliary Unit 159, Easter baskets to chil : ;: !
''o-Vel! Post, was elected Mon- dren at Loveland School for Jerry Ceffuro, _.
"1 evening. Members are Retarded Children _

*,fll Dick Rich, Mrs Walter On Sunday members of the hand made
n. and Mrs William Johns- Auxiliary and Post will attend ARCH SUPPORTS
Grace Methodist Church as a
Also elected were delegates group. They will meet at
1 the Constitutional Confer. Legion Hall at 8 a.m. to attend Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP
i rein Punta Cord April 26: the 8:30: a.m, service.
rwdames George Kaup, Ar- At Monday's meeting, members Specialist in Arch Support end Orthoptic Shoes .
'"ur Swanson, Wagner Eske- voted to give a medal and 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE THE REBELS QUARTETAmerica's
$5 to the Venice High School
Twomnewu
members, Mrs I senior girl adjudged, the best Store Hours: 10 'm. to 4 pm. Ph. 488-3450 -
'arbors Hackett and Mrs Lois' history student.
ambrock were accepted Into ___?___ .
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MeetThe EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
The> winner of the $25 U. S. Senior Citizens
r1*""*! bond Mrs. foremost singers of
skehnen Donation was went Wagner to' monthly business meeting EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY

roup'i Girls' State fund of Venice Area Senior Citizens TRADITIONAL
Members Club Is set for Wednesday -
will purchase Eastr at Venice CivIc _s Let us style your (favorite va..
baskets at 1:30: p.m
of food for two
cody families in the commun- Center or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. GOSPEL & SPIRITUAL SONGS
v. Refreshments will be served .
Child Welfare Chairman ," /Rtsfyn"9? /
R Dick Rich and Commun- and all senior citizens are Invited All Ramp Repairs

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I GOURMETS EAT RABBIT I Easter Concert/ Last Of Season -I!IOn


WITH FRENCH ACCENT
Sunday the Sarasota Con
cert Band will present the last
A. C. (Del) Traver, honey, was read by J. Leigh. program of the 1964 season at
jour at the I ton (Count) Cornwell. 3 p.m. in the Kingllng Museumof
March dinner last The April dinner will honor Art courtyard, Sarasota.
ed lapin saute au Carl Hauerbach.Mr. Special guests at this performance
50 members and guests and Mrs. Traver, who will be the young 1
at the Gourmet Room have two children, both married visitors, and their chaperones, t
ka Lanes. and living In Connecticut, from Santo Domingo, Sara-
Hi was assisted by came to Venice In 1954. They sota'i Sister City.
tive Chef Col. .. still own a home in Chesire, Also receiving honors will be 4
and Dr. Merthyn Conn., and factory buildings I in the high school seniors who ,i + N e
The menu also i Waterbury, Conn. They returnto i are members of the bond. The 7
Caesar salad, Connecticut each year for a theme from "Lawrence of W
rice and Hawaiian visit. Arabia" will be dedicated to

delight. He is a native of Ansonla, them. h ,tI
Guests were Mr. Conn., and lived much of his The Easter mood will be established
Tom Fels, Mr. and ,life in Waterbury. During his with the hymn
D. Owen of Niles early; career he was superintendent "Christ The Lord Is Juan To
and Mrs. Paul of manufacturing plan! day" by Charles Wesley, and
Hood of Montreal, In Rochester! and Lockport, N Irving Berlin' "Easter Parade -
Mr and Mrs Herb Y., and in 1939 formed his own ,"
Sarasota. company, the Cly-Del Manufac The "Dixieland Concerto,"
The speaker's table 11\ luring Co., in Cheshire During by Johnny Warrington, will
(Photo br Kiltei orated with cattleya WWII the company received feature a jars combo selected
THE!: SUBSTANTIAL BUNNIES being pulled out of the hat from the collection citations for their military from the band with Bob Great-
by A. C. Traver, left and Dr Merthyn A. Thomas went into Traver. Welcoming < equipment. wood on trumpet: Tony Swain,
I the pot a week before Easter to feed the guests at the Gourmet hostess were Mr Later he bought another clarinet; Andy Wright, trombone I
Club dinner. Traver was chef du jour, assisted by Dr. Nell Ingerman. Shafe plant In Waterbury.In ; Horace Duckworth, ten.
Thomas and Executive Chef Cot James Kalec.HAPPINESS. was in charge of table 1950 he retired and the or sax; Joe Star, string baas
-- winters in and Dickie Young, drums.
and Earl Wright, couple spent their
Florida and parts of their summers The band will also play the
Major Domo William at their lakeside home in overture from "Morning, Noon
.. .Is a home ef your own) presented Traver with Ontario, Canada. and Night' in_Vienna" by Franz
hat
du
Jour's signed by von suppe; Handel s "Prelude
,
and members. '! and Fugue in D Minor;" "First
'" story, written by; New AmaranthOfficers Suite For Military Band in E
Flat" by Gustay Holntj; "On ------
PresideThe :
Does Will the Mall" by Edward F. Goldman .
Veni"I stated meeting of Venetian ; and "Elsa'i Procession Sarasota Concert Band. Ends Series Sunday' at nln ln, I

youllLLS Hawaiian LuauA Court 39, Order of the to Wagner the Cathedral" by Richard
Amaranth. will be in charge ofhe
Hawaiian luau new royal matron, Mrs For its final selection, the Lutheran Ladies
dance for Elks Club All States Club Ends Season
Lyle Walker, and royal Patron, band will play John Philip
and their wives will be I Charles Shaw, tomorrow at 8 Sousa' popular march, "Th
Meet\ Next
enJfty by; Benevolent and et Masonic Temple tars and Stripes Forever." Dances With Easter Parade Week
Order of Does, Drove 141 Members visiting the area The program will last tone
4 at '7:30: p.m. at Elks invited.A hour. Lakeside Lutheran Lidin:
Those planning to Fifth to the most "dressed up" per Aid will
social hour and refresh. There is no charge for admission Instead of parading meet April 2 at HO
it more with GOLD SEAL requested to wear I will follow the meeting and the galleries of Ave. in New York on Easter sons. pm. at the church Tee dervtions
costumes. the Museum are also free Sunday, the All States Club There will be the regular will be given bJ Mrs. Q,
HOME FINANCING Reservations may be on Sunday. open members will have their own round, square and mixed dancing lie Nesbitt.
by calling the club Fashion Luncheon Easter parade today at 8 p.m. door prizes and refresh. The main part of the muting
Vi c tor Rett y J tl The 1964-69 season Is ached. at Venice Civic Center, ments. This will be a farewell will be a diu: )n of ftt
For April 2 uled to begin with a Thanks- dance being the last regular Lutheran Women's W.: :
Helping yon find happiness In We is our greatest ; giving: concert on Nov. 22I Those planning to attend are Icr.j3
South Venice Civic Assn. requested to dress up in their Thursday night dance of the League Quarterly' the! topic'or
. pleasure. The finest things said about our mortgage Auxiliary will present aashion finest raiment, whether it be of season and the officers and directors April\ being "C nat BMinisters.1
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loans are said by the many families whom we have / EN19T show and luncheon I Garrison Lanes this era or 20 or 30 years ago. invite everyone to Also this tint j
pril 2 at 12:30: p.m. at the Special prizes will be awarded I come and Join In an evening of the LWML "Mites" will b< c*
helped to become established In their own homes. V Civic Building nave dancing and entertainment.On lected for missions,
Mrs. Ruth Sovereign of The A DaughterA Monday the last potluck Other events to be discuss
Can we help you? Fair will present the I daughter was born to Mr. Spares 'n Pairs supper of the season will be are; The Spring! RE'IJF' of flu
low and give the commen- and Mrs. Garrison Fairfield held at the Civic Center startIng LWML which will be held Mol

I Lane of New York City In the Take Broods On at 6 p.m. All reservationsmust 25 at Fort Myers, art the f'-.
Contributions will be $1. Res- New York Lying-in Hospital on be made by tonight. cation of the new Sunto

A product* | .$ \' are limited. Feb. 28. I After the supper, the regular School building on Sundir

SARASOTA .. Lane is the former Miss Camping JauntA orchestra will play for dancing April Ho.tes.fl'lr 12. the
r Iks Plan Egg Hunt Marcia Huhn. Maternal for the rest of the evening. aftenwor
grandparents ,
C C DC L L will be Mrs. Blanch Huldikr
HICKORY Members
are Mr. and Mrs I social: club, Spares and only may attend the
savings and loan assoolatton :or Area Youths George A. Huhn of New York Pairs, composed of parents and supper but the dancing, which and The Mrs.Lakeside Olga Girard.Lutheran If-

mm OF OHIO Venlce-Nokomis Elks Club City and paternal grandmoth- children who go on trips together start at 8 p.m., will be opento dies Aid meets
fit
ever:* ?
Is are leaving today for a the public. This will close the
ill hold its seventh annual er Mrs. Theodore W Brarel "
DOWNTOWN '
GUir GATE of the it'
.. Thursday rr.-r.: I Jt
B n of' camping trip to Highlands activities of the club until next
Egg Hunt for all local Manasota Key and
tfii wi jraa sariAiiH newer fourna.SOuTHSIDE Farm. p.m. All women of the chv-J
Highway 41 under 12 at the club Ington, Conn. Maternal great- Hammock, near Sebring. fall. According to the officers
Inrtltj
and visitors
winter :
_. VENICE Sunday at 3 p.m. grandparent are Mr. and Mrs. They will take trailers, and directors, it has been one an
E. ssxt m. w so. UMIAMI taut I (14 Miles South) Refreshments will be servo I Stuart W. Webb of Stonington. tents and other temporary liv. of the biggest and best seasons

ed Conn. big quarters for their jaunt since the organiiatlon of the KindergartnersVisit

The daughter has been named which will end April e. club.

Marcia Fairfield. The Lanes Sunday school: will be con. GondolierEleven
p> have another ducted at the Dr.
wd child a boy. campsite by
h j # M N ,.yt / 4'f, f'r1 t.+ I Talmadge Thompson. CONA MeetingThe
younprtr- lestPresbyterian
*' 5.a WORLD'SLARGEST Parents, and their children: Sarasota County Councilof D' yr'-.1) v''' '.
tfatty.rr' (by number), who are going Neighborhood organizations ed The GONDOMKR: o' f
wmqms. assured! r."s"t acne mnuiict coaasrrsnresavne. are: The Talmadge Thomp- have invited all candidates forth and plant with M' Ls'
gone (3)), Bud Steele ((1)), Jim county commission to ap Dunaway yestcr'
.. Call Dunaways (4)), William Ed. pear on its program tomorrow The kinder rt c' rare
,; II""H"'IIT""'"M11 HUGH mondsons ((2)), Ted Van Pelts night at 8 o'clock In the com "I.-. mlng tl y rapt: !
McPHERSON (4)), Robert Reeses ((2)), Ralph munity room of First Federal printing" as a f< : n 4'"
;. \ P59-139 i9S9'88f Winsetts (2)), Fred Strammers Savings & Loan Assn., Venice learning to reaa" ) C ,away
+ 1 ill ((2)) and Crelrrhton Hattens ((2)). Office. sud.
Each candidate will have The visitors w '' bevawt
five minutes to say "Why You and big-eyed C"'
M Should Vote For Me." Clapp. Scott W.: t 1C. t
t I The next meeting of the Ackerman, Janl:' *' -v "I'

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EASTER CELEBRATIONS WILL CLIMAX AREA HOLY WEEK SERVICES II



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r' r Three community sunrise will be presented by pastors

services. and a combined Charles I. Rowe, J' C Sims, I

Church Good Friday service in Richard Lloyd, Miles DePagter -

Venice will mark Holy Week Dr. E Robert Chable, and
rV observances in the area David A. Bowles The sermon

The Easter services will be will be delivered by The Rev. ,

in Osprey Englewood and at Rowe whose topic will be
Venice Nokomis Presbyterian "Eternal Sunrise."

Church where church affiliates Music will be under the dl. J

in the Venice-Nokomis Minis rection of Mrs Paul Uebinga

terial Assn will worship together with a combined choir from

v at 8 a.m. Individual services several churches Mrs Lester 7Y'a w.
f / will later be held at each Wendt will be orgAnist.

of the churches regular Sunday The Englewood service will

services be conducted by The Revs.
...
The William L. tvernart. Arlo i*
Englewood service sponsored
bv the American Legionand Lelnback Addison C Hardee
Peter A Olsen and Samuel R (Gondolier phot l>y Bok Obawlorfl.
conducted by the ministers

of the churches in that community Daniels who will deliver the A CONCERT BY ST MARK'S choir tomorrow and organist and Mrs. Victor Bo Second

h. will be In the American sermon The coffee Legion and doughnutsto Auxiliarywill night at 7:30: p.m. a presentation ofStamer row. left to right, Tom Edmondson Ralph

Legion Park adjacent to the serve 'I Crucifixion," typifies the many Chase and Marshall Hayward. Mrs. Ma..nGlberaon. I
the Legion
worshippers at
the Legion Hall McCall soloist in the 22.member
on another
Hall after the service Holy Week services in the area. Soloist tomorrow ,
t Road The Osprey sunrise service I will be, left to right, front row, Mrs. choir, was not present when the picture xfai

Good Friday services in the will be held at the Osprey Recreation John G Meadows, Raymond Hill l, director made '

Venice area wilt be a three- Area at ( a.m and

hour devotional service, beginning will be conducted by area ministers Maundy Thursday communion red music "The Crucifixion ane," "The Cross On The HM,"
I "H That Believes In Shall Never Die" I at noon at Emmanuel Charles Heinlein will be services will be held at by Sir John Stainer. and "Create In Me A Clean

: I Lutheran. Ministers taking part in charge of the music. most of the area churches. Easter mom: 7 a.m., Sacra. Heart" The communion medi.
will be The Revs Charles I. tation by the pastor the Rev,
I The week's services beganon Individual Holy Week church ment of Holy Communion.
Good To Easter Holds'Key Rowe, Frank Shearer John Palm Sunday and were services from now through 9;:00, Family Worship Serviceto Frank J. Shearer, will\ be 'Pre." I
Friday Louis Jones Arthur Delamarter highlighted! that day by a presentation Sunday will\ beFirst : be held in Church School paring The Heart For Easter

David A Bowles Miles, De. ,' of Emurian's "Living Christian patio at outdoor altar newly Communion will be served to

Pagter, Albert Hasler and Victor Dramatization of the Last Supper Instilled: on Church property. all confessing Christians

Maurice. ." directed by Mrs F. Relde (Disciples of Christ) 11 00, The Easter Sacramentof The Easter morning worship

To Christian Belief Organ music and vocal selections Onley assisted by Mrs E G 10 am Easter with The Holy Communion. The rector service will be at 11 a m The

consisting of solos, quartets (Dan Boone at Grace Methodist Rev. G M. Peery speaking on celebrant and preacher, assisted senior choir will sing "Awake

and anthems will be presented Church "Faith in the Preeminent by The Rev. Raymond Thou That Sleepest" The

111 REV, JOHN:< S. MOORE Ing knowledge, it Is very hard "Faith is the substance of I by organists Mesdames Daily Masses were celebrated Christ." Alhngton A.B.. B.D. children and Junior choirs

Indeed to say he believes unless r things hoped for the Bible ; Lloyd Dittrlch James High. Monday Tuesday and Wed. The church will close its Lakeside lutheran will sing, Hallelujah." "Tis

JESUS TAUGHT he admits that the impulse tells us, "the reality of things tower and Howard Proctor and nesday at area Catholic churches charter at this service Maundy Thursday service at Morn" and "The Lullaby of

"All things are possible to drawing him to discovery is unseen" I choir members of the host and communion services Emmanuel Lutheran 7:30: p.m. to commemorate the Love the latter written by
church and Venice Nokomis Palm Sundav was observed institution of the Lord's Sup. Mrs. Mildred Wilson who pur.
held
OHm that believe something beyond proof The ideas that are deeply were those three I
by the rite of confirmation andreception resides in Venice. The
Ills harder to say "I be. Belief Is the foundation of rooted in our minds and our. Methodist Church days at St. Mark's Episcopal of members letter I ; per with a Communion Service rently "A
by be
Easter sermon will ,
Melvin
The Venice sunrise service Church. The pastor Rev.
lieve" than to say I don't humility wisdom and our hope subconscious these are our of transfer and rcprofession Sunrise."
his Song At
know" For the scientist seek- for the beliefs It is what think that H Meyer will have as sermon ,
future
we of faith at the 10:30: a.m. ser "Behold the Lamb At 7:30: p.m. Easter hymns
topic
determines our attitudes and vice I of God and Those That Hungerand and choruses will be sung at
I Venice I
Area Church
.
our speech DirectoryVENICE The (community three hour Thirst After Righteous. the Community Easter Hymn-

Jehovah's Witnesses Plan Continuing the pro<'ea.. our Good Friday services will be ness" sing. Mr Dick Williams will\

I attitudes and speech determineour here beginning at noon Pas Good Friday services will be be guest soloist and organist
actions: our actions result : ASgtMnLY OP GOD VENTH BAY ADVrNTIST: tors and congregations of Venire will\ be Mr. Paul Webmger. The
and the
held 7:30 mes
at m
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Venice Pr \11.ae ., Mrt Arena.Re foes.. Trail S ml KM of Rt. 41Noknmia. p
in our habits: our habits deter. .. Victor Maurice' PaitnfI Fit.Pattnr churches will participate sage will\ be Behold the LAmb meditation at the Easter
April Sarasota Convention mine our conduct and our conduct ...d.' School 10 M: a.IF.Mnrnini .. 'jtrt. t. font a.rrvlraat Easter will be observed with of God and Those That Hymning will be "Resurrection
warship" IIM: sat "" KaMirdar. .10 .... 10'41Prarar "
determines our destiny E.-enlni .......... 1.M p ... rVrvleml, f tfto TuMday Len,,n.. two services of holy communion Mourn" Faith on the life of
ENGLEWOOD The Engle. Municipal Auditorium, April It Is as the Bible said lone edneidar. Payer Meeting. I jOn pre l at 8:15: and 10'30 a.m. Easter Sunday services: A Thomas

suit congregation of Jehov 24.26. ago: "As a man thinks in his NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE Church of The Epiphany special sunrise service will be Yenlrei'okoml.:< PresbyterianOn i.

I aha Wln, sos is making plAnS Russell ford presiding mln heart so is he VtNICII.NOKOMIN: METHODISTIHIKCH : Cat RHFS Holy Thursday: Low Mass at held at C a.m. Following the Maundy Thursday at T:30:

ittfnd a three-day convening ister of the group in dlscuce' Man should be grateful (to be Palm Amass a Pmnwiia. OS nil PIRST FRBSBYTFRUN CMIRCR 7:30: R.m. Mass at 5 p.m? fol. Sunday School and the Bible p.m. the annual moonlight service .

scheduled for the Sarasota ing the assembly program announced able to think that he can he. John' Service I-oii. ,Jnnet I:SO. .P.nee.Wmhq .., and. II 0. T.r..I'nssun4Cwnur... I. Pnenos. Mnbin.Runde lowed by procession to the Re. Classes at 9:15.: there will be of Holy Communion will
the ..... .....,... positorv Adoration of the Service
it will emphnn/e heve. It is important to Be 1\pat Wonhip the regular Faster at take plate in the garden sanctuary
of thinks and root Whorl' 1: ties: lhll ...'. rI... h.ld ""nultanrouaTRINITY ,, Blessed Sacrament continuously Communion
International organization careful of what one 10 30 lI.m Holy The Negro spiritual,
5.00,11.5 Oath Wit h Adds' rnkL
1:50
Eos.hp and
Choir PerformsFor Jehovah Witnesses in 194 I' what one believes Paul urged : : pre through the night will also be celebrated in this "Were You There" will bO'' the

lands and Islands of the sea his beloved Fhillippians to MANUEL LUTHERAN CHIRIHSW METHODIST CHURCH through the day until Mass un service special number rendered by'

Holy Week Approximately 1POO delegates" I strive for an integrated personality S..ur T.ui.nTrill. The.' .,Ree Charlea L "Rowe*-4 4lPa Community. Center, Good Good Friday.Friday: Continuing Grace Methodist the choir The Cgrrmjuri'in!!:! '
representing the southwest He told them Whatever huroh 5hMH ails ..a.. AKa A., Sold.11 nwterSunday Maundy Thursday Communion Meditation Is "\ !tyrfn5iir:; Vis-
|i4i as., Wonhip Sarrk Adoration of the Blessed Sac.
coast of Florida are expected is true whatever is honorable Wont,.: ads.a.nd, it56aa.LASEsmr Service at the church at ita Jerusalem" and wftt be a
. Tie, Choir of Saint Mark'srpcip Is rament until Mass at 5 p.m.
1 Church wJlpr"'R"'l'It\ to participate In this specialtraining whatever is lust whatever LUTHERAN CHURCH EPISCOPAL: MISSIONPiter Holy Saturday' Blessing of 7:30: p.m.Easler sermon in the first )person W .
seminar pure whatever is gracious: if Cal 5,545. 55 U.S. 11nu A. 5.st Honr Sunda'Serv.eo! at The community sunrise service
TV C'I".fixlon" bv John Highlighting' the program (for there is any excellence if thereis R... 5,15,. H. M"r554001 Madion. Vicar, the New Fire Blessing of the 8:30: and 11:00: a.m. At 7:30: p 'will be here at 8a.m..,
''. nee '"'11''' row at 7'30 pm. of Wnnhlp .Servlrei. 10:in int.Sunday Sunday t,lOO a.a, Wonhip ...... Paschal Candle Blessing! :
worthy praise .
The Sdturda will be a mass bap anything School. II a m. 0 the Easter Water. Services will, m. a movie titled "Conv..rsionPlua" Sunday
enh.two member ham scheduled for the afternoon think about these things." Rib: rl..... till, .... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '\\'11be\ shown at the The regular oervires"will
choir I' ndrr the direction of begin at 7'30 p.m. and will befollowed
first showing the that 'Hiic. Church. take place at 8aQ.a.rn"and: 11
At 7 p.m. the 'i These were thoughts N rn Blvd
Mass 8:00
9o'n.nA by at
1 I di 0'
Hi'I. organist and I FIRST CHI'RrH caslat : p.m. '
of the two.hour color film motivated Jesus Christ when ecire'TIRTpct The Rev. Churlea II:. CnthWrnHm, Calvary Reformed s m Music for Wfc 6:80: ( am
emr Th Crucifixion" i Is a M'.I. Easter Sunday;: Masses at .
.-itdit, n nn the Sacred Pm"n "Prclalminlf'erl as tin t g he I lived among men. wet Venire A......, 50sd.l /-leas" Sunda' 5.Mn1.llnM5.a 7:30. 9. 10:30: a.m. and noon Maundv Thursday"' CommunIon service; will be provided! t>v the
,. .
News' Around the Y"nM.r o..bl" ....t.. service at the Calvary Reformed Tunior Choir and bv the Cherub
of'he Holv Redeemer and Good I Paul expresses this Idea In S Service.. 11amfn I,46 p..... Yonnl PaoplMm. !lit. Raphael, Fnrlewo Church of Venice Gar- Choir Members of the Commuinr .
rim I last days of Jesus World will be present..d.Joseph the words "You have the mind fldar Schnnl 11 fern. Thursday. Low Mass at 7 30 '
Saia district directorof Jesus Wednndar. S pmReadme T too p m.. 0,55.1 Senile, dens at 7 30 p m The senior ,n' i C'a's will "bf received .
'Mm UK quiet evening at in you that was in Christ Room I i0. m tAt. p m. dallrnrent W".IOd..i ,,sop m.. Mid.week PraV p.m.Good choir will sing the anthems. into the church at this
Oth,em ,ne to his crucifixion the southeastern states will I ." Cnnd.v..n5 hollo.it. end Frl- ....,... Friday: Holy communion -
O Christ In ftill Gelhsem servlcl'> nf worship.
the principal address | d. evenlnv fmm T to t
"on" the c' sv dive To the degree that we havein S p.m : stations of the

The chit will sing at the Facing Up To the Urgency of u* the mind that was in GRACE METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH or THE NAZARENE cross and sermon

Maundy Thursday Holy Communion Our Times" on April 26 at t 3 Christ to the degree that His, Corner of rleld, ..< I.via. .. Soulh V.nlc. Easter: Masses at 7'30 and
Iud F: t of Junilion and 171U
service at 7:30 I Rvr Mll a o.r..... gem. REALTYVIEWS
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p.m. p.m.E thoughts motivated us day by M Andrew M nnlerPhonet I
W Hooper circuit A ornh"p S.m. I at a m.S
and at the super' 14.Is0oRsad.e
Good Friday noon dav. to that degree we can say indae SrhooU I::41 a.m. Harm ;Mineral Springs
'Witati! "n service On Faster riser for Southwest Florida with the apostle Paul: Yo'...h,. "e.rvl, ... IliM, ... ScKool Wonhip'. 0'50. 10'10 mMornlni .... ;Mission P
Sunday the choir will sing at will supervise the a sembl\ M. T. C.. 5,05," pm Youth Srrvlc <|IO p....
'he I 7 a m Holy Communion program and speak to the delegates ; "I live, yet not I. but Christ Bible. Itulr. Till pm, Wedneedar. ......1.. __ TtWI. ..... Thursday. Low Mass at 7:30: :
lives in me" And Paul alsosays Wednesday. Prayer Men'.. T,U p I.. am.
*mire the subject Protest
outdoor on
the
9 am
"I can do all things eATHnr.IrCHURCH Good Friday. Hal communIon .
,
Fiimly Service in the Parish the New Generation. CIP THE: fPIPH ANY
'through Christ Who strengthens CALVARY RFFORVKn CHURCH' at 5 p.m.. followed by ser he continued "I'm sticking
Court and at the Ham. Com All the sessions are free and North Hasher 0" and Kurauna Street OF VENICE faARPiFNSIllll :

munion and Sermon. everyone is welcome me" R.. M Teleuhonel.fr Geone 411 W."TilRt. Cummlna North ....... Drive, mon to real estate. an invest- I'
Jesus said "He that believes P.'or The Re Frank 1. ShMrer. tutorS Faster. Mass at 11 a m. "went from now on. Even. if
.. "inday S.hool. I 41 ..mMornini "f'nlreNokoml.If'tllOOI.t;
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dead SundaT e
he would dawn
in Me though were the market
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Maundy Thursday Service
yet shall he live: and whosoever Confea.li.n.1, '.'urd.. 4:10 m lt>0 Community H..I," 1i>0 pa.ST .. at least with real estate
lives and believes in Me 55'.nd 11,'0 U hOO p m. of Holy Communion will 1 It and love it
pat
can
RAPHAFLS: CJM'RCHOF be celebrated in the Venice by CHIPS JOHNSON you
die
shall never t
VENICE NOKOMIS PRESBYTER' FNblEVtOUO: Nokomis Methodist Church In a little. It', physical It's

i Believe.also in Believe Jesus In Christ God., who Believe el,nUteri CHURCH OavHl.. A. Psslaala R,. Re.>. M.... n...... W CumminPattor Nokomis Thursday" night at "I'd I like to get going onanother tanq;bit. It'. for mel""

The Rialto Vm,reTeleohonei ".d., M... 1:00. ..... 7:30: With the pastor John I: real palate Invest One of the biq advantage .

said"I:am the way. the truth and School, 1,15, 41 am.121Simlre Confenlona Holiday' ....aNon. t Oil M.. a... Louis Jones s,id the pastor'sassistant ment," a successful: local 1 real 1 estate offers. Is the

Wishing you the life" Wonhlp Servlcea BundarI .. G.M, ISO .act...... Arthur Delamarter \ man laid "I'learned I painful fact it. it "inherently deli
rilow.hi H.III II s *
CONGREA; TION ALoCRRISTlAN celebrating tenon when I tried inverting able.. PlOp want to own
tu.ry EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED Easter: 8.30 and 11 am. services 1 in lomtthinq slap" it, to show it to others, to

Nazarene Church I tAINT MARK EPISCOPAL: CHURCH The R.*. t: Robert. ChlbH." Pk.D. with combined three-. : "What happened," I aikd thrill to its sire! and shape.
SnrrentaDie MinuterServlcej choir special music and sermon
i Ree Donla, Dean at Pattereop RectorKundae Mind held' temporarily, In the by the pastor. May we discuss a good
Venice Oirdena Recreation Center at II four billsin real estate investment with
Senleea \ "I 1 droped big Ii
Joins OthersAt Sundava.Lhurck Saint Mirk's
I f 10 a.m. Hole O.ssnniralas. t m episcopal "
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all h4
School. with slow for the stock mark.),
I ..,. Famlle. Wonhip. Mornlnl' .... uL"t the adult air, t 41 ... Maundy Thursday: 7:30: p.m. \ you
I Pre "Mrann5a.a. and ., Recreation c..'... Adult e1., .., t:41am. The Commemoration of the laid sorrowfully $4,000
Bible Stuitr
Adult CHIPS JOHNSON
t Passion Play and Mm. Rap.mond ifI
Chun) Shml t 15s..l Tept Lord Last Supper went up ifl mole |lust at
... Brrd.Venice
I II II II II II II slime a... Minors Cones' msds.nra H Tanlena.hi. 10' Shamrock Good Friday: 7 s.m. until I had I lit I match to the REALTOR & INSUROR

I: Members of the Church of CHURCH 7:30: p.m.. All Day Good Fri bills And mod of all it 306 W Venice Ave

I the Nazarene congregation will | PIRST PJAPTIST CHURCH OP VENICE VENICE t70 8. BIRL Tamlaml Trail day Prayer Vigil From noon wasn't even fun like losing Branch Real Estate Office

I go in a group with Sarasota Rloh.... R. Lkvd .Puce Th. Re B P Rchardion. P torSunday until 1 p.m Pariah Worship money at Las Vegas" With KENT MOTEl .:f
I members to the Sindar Srhool 5/d: amMonhip .
and Bradenton Playin Service' 11 ,00 ..... ., 5.5554.a0 Enen,.. ....a.,.a.S.A. .. ,:.0 p m.ind service! of prayers, lessons of a linear tone to his voice, Phone 488-22791:
showing of the Passion 'Tra,nin.. Union. <,10 S.mI Pmsar BRiU Study. 1:10 p.v. Scripture and psslms At 7:30: .>:'""r::.
I Lake Wales tonight and no .Ho.ns I .....', 1:50: p ... WMnwdnWonhlp Chnl. of Saint Mark's advert:cement
_'.... Tss, pa. p.m.,
local W.dsaoMs Pro M 1.,10 LR
I service will be held at the IIontoo presents 1 hour oncert of Sc- r- ... r-
church FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
souls VEN1CF BAPTlbT CHAPEL
I A Good Friday communion Maennle Temple iDhelplea, of Kaet Chri.ll Venire AvenPantor ... B.rfln"" Dr 4 Old Fnilewood: Rd.Re .
service will be held at 7:30: 1'he R... O M Pro Arthur M. Splller. Faitora
A ,, .inner Hrhnol. >,41 ...... 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICEWe
Sunday Schonl till am.Wonhp
a 'p.m. 10 am Service oT "' _h.... II,eo ...x.I .

The 10:45: am Easter aerv-

ice will have special numbers
in
bv the choir and a girl's trio. specialize ,

The choir will sing "One Day" + serving all makes of
end the trio composed of

Misses Maxine Andrew. and RB17us ssllfs5Jvya wafer conditioners

Diana and Penny Shattuck, will r anfR "WATER ANALYSIS
sing "Our Hope" The Rev C. AND

M Andrews' sermon topic will 1 XT) ,,.,Vhom6UusHAMRuNDWMSIMG'WE
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A 1 be "Resurrection Morning I


Heads MYF SELL


Mark Andrew Stires, 14. has RENTTHE

BANKVENICE been elected president of Grace

VENICE-NOKOMIS Methodist Church Junior Youth FRANK AND MARY MARCHIONE BEST i

Fellowship (MYF).

FLORIDA He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs,, W. with to announce that L
I
William Stires and an eighth
grade student at Venice Junior Mirchienc'l R.i .ur.nt will bedosed GULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING INC.


"Sarasota County't Oldest Balik"b High The School.group meets each Sun on Easter Sunday. 428 E. VENICE AVE, VENICE PH 488.6247 488.2465 J JI

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THURSDAY MARCH 26 fru
PAS TEN THE GONDOLIER I
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NOW IS THE TIME TO AIL,

PRIZE-WINNING VOTES





THE GONDOLIER'S $4,500 ContestVotes


AND GET THE

VOTES NOW BEING ISSUED FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS


for $30 Clubs A $14.00 Subscription Payment this week yields .................100,000 VOTES .............. Next We.k.90.000

A $10.00 Subscription Payment this week yields .................. 40,000 VOTES .............. Next Week.....-.. 35,000

Drop 25 000 FridayOpportunity A $ 5.00 Subscription Payment this week yields .................. 10,000 VOTES .............. Next Week....-..- 8,000

75,000 Club Ceupo voles' added f 0 above this week MI each $30 work of lubwtptioM! turned' fc.

200,000 Re,uler Club Vo .. added to above e* each $)0 worth of subscriptions? turned, 1ft.

25.000 fcttre Votn added t. total I for metinfl TIIHd.y end Friday! tubteripttoii' r.por+t.

Club Coupon r or- r
; Trice and Schedule o( Vote. for New' and RanewsJ IaIl.ertpUoalGOOD
FOR 75,000 EXTRA VOTES .
This coupon when eccompanied by $10.00 worth efsvbieriptioM. DISTRICT PRIZE PHONE ,".S8OI The GONDOLIER au s? lawn AYE
will credit contestant with 75.000 +re
.votes if turned in by 1 P.M. Friday, March 27. S5QO BOND The follswtof DamNr 01 vole toil! l b. fused for .nbwrlptlon. during the ShedSub.erlpUos Confetti

No. .. .. Subscriptions at $ 5.00 $ .. ..... PERIOD 2nd PERIOD lit PERIOD FINAL' PERIOD
No. .. ..... Subtcriptiom! at $ 6.00 $. .. ..... For Entrants Resldlnf OnUWe el City Limit III 21 Thru April 1* Thru April U Thru Nay I
No. .. .. .. Subscriptions .t $10.00 S .. .. .. of Venire THE GONDOLIER Tbn March VOTES VOTES VOTES
No. .. ....... Subscriptions 14.00 S . .. ... PRICES VOTES "
M.DOt M.006 ,000
OR ITS COST IN CASHAUr ............ SUMS 1W.001
No. .. .. .. Subscription $17.00 S .. .. .. ... 1 T fur.'ari ............ 10.01 ",001 U.VOO M.OOO U.OOO
lb. Ford and MM In cub nave brae awarded ............. *.*' 11.000 1,001 1,000 ',.000Co"t..hnh
Name . .. .. . ... ... .... .. .. .. the entrant from this district wHh the o* thlfbest 1 year Add II.00 ZOO,001 VOTES ADDED TO THE ABOVE FOR EVERT 130.M
year
NOTE: No !limit on the number of' the,. tovpcni contestant vote total win be awarded tfce. pUtrktPriie. to above oat per of state. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN.
can use, This. I ii the ....... .t th. 1ST WEEK COUPON. No' entrant can win two prtees.OR 25.000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BT I P.M.

NOTE!: AU money turned In counts on WO Hubs, No subscriptions accepted for Len than t T ea r er more than 1
rear ta edvsaee. Payments fount from present date of expiration. (See Inside Cow)

GET THE PRIZE WINNING I VOTES
FIRST Grand Capital Prize
IN THE FIRST' VOTE PERIODTHIRD




$$2482.50 FOR D PRIZE FOURTH PRIZE



NEW S259.95 DELUXE NEW S209.95
COST I IN CASH
6300 blu/hr. 115-V Room G.!.

Custom 2-Door Six Cylinder Conventional Drive With Standard Shift, Seat Belts, FRIGIDAIRE DISH WASHER
AIR CONDITIONER
Heater and Defroster, Oil Filter and Air Cleaner, Turn Signals, 2 Year 24,000 Mile

.Guarantee. Any Entrant Can Win This Prize

i ...,...r...., ITS PORTABLE THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY

THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY ENTRANT

o ENTRANT Supplied By and on Display at


', Supplied By and on Display ate

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::1 VENICE? ELECTRIC APPLIANCEAUTHORIZED


SALES AND SERVICE
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V .h r) I 13} W. VENICE AVE VENICE PHONE 488.2834

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WINNER MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX


To Be Supplied By and Be on Display At SAVE MONEY . NOW!


BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY I I


"the' most a/ordab/e/ fords In florida Give a SUBSCRIPTION -

U.S. 41 SOUTH VENICE FLORIDA 408-6787 =

'i FOR YOUR OWN COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERongtofaest i

SECOND PRIZE $500 CASH

Help Your FavoriteGET Ii !

Prizes Will Be Awarded GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES THIS WEEK i

12 $14 three year subscriptions yield .......1,800,000 VOTES == =
Entrants, under the rules can win prizes as follows: 12 $10 two year subscriptions yield .........1,005,000 VOTES == f1
The person entering from Southern Sarasota County 12 $2 one year subscriptions yield ...... .... 895.0CO VOTES == ==
or near the county line in an adjoining county who secures Out of state subscriptions cost $1.00 more per year but == 'NJkn/U ==
the largest vote total by any or aU of the methods they yield the same number of votes. ==
published In this announcement will be awarded the NEW i
STANDINGS SHOW VOTE LEADERS
1984 FORD two-door sedan or cost. The winner pays
nothing extra, but must buy own license and pay the The comparative vote standings after Friday March 20, PUBLISHED ON MONDAYS AND -
THURSDAYS
state sales tax. are shown below. This is not an actual or accurate vote count
The entrant finishing with the second largest vote but it shows actual position =
total will be awarded the (JOO.00 CASH PRIZE. NAMES Alphabetically VOTE: POSITION = .
11rs. Evelyn M. Acheson. Rio 1 I. Bx. 157. Nokomi. 79.000 Single Copies Pay In Advance
After the Ford and 1500 prizes are awarded the en
Mrs. M. Venice..........
Ralph Adrian Box 264. 1,337,000
'
trant residing outside of the city limits of Venice with .. .......... == y
James Cost For
the next largest vote total will be awarded the $500 U.s.Mr. Altaian 936 Greveland. Venice 1,196,500 = By Mail Save ::
SAVINGS BOND or Its cost. Mrs. Lucille C. Bates Rt. 2. Bx. 1906 NofcomU.... 504,000 ==
Mrs. James .........
E. Blades, Box 738 NokomU 1,144,000
After the $500 Savings Bond Is awarded to some entrant Donald S. Breding. 933 Dawn St. Venice.. :1,323,000 = j 10.40 1 Year for both papers $ 5.00 $ 5.40
out of Venice, the entrant with the next largest vote George W. Euleneld. Box 755: Nokomis:::::::::::. 136.000 ;;
total will be awarded the NEW $2999 FRIGIDAIREMOBILE Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2. Bx. 3040 Nokomis .......1,252,000 $20.80 2 Years for both papers $10.00 $10.80
DELUXE DISH WASHER. :
Mrs. J. A. Hlghtower, 529 Venice..........'.. =
The entrant having the next largest vote total will be Mrs.: Donald I W. Haucke, itr:: 3040, Nokomis. 11.500
; i, awarded the NEW $20985 GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR Mrs. Antoinette S. Jones. 401 Orlando Venice....... 158:000: g $31.20 3 Years for both papers $14.00 $17.20
11'1' CONDITIONER. Mr. Charles W. Jone., Box 313, Osprey........... 110,500 == ==
( I' ALL WHO ENTER AND DO :NOT WIN PRIZES will Eugene Kralix 745 Laurel Ave. Venice.............. 81,500 == ==
I .bo.paid ten percent (10!.) CASH COMMISSION on theamount Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa 1898 Neptune Dr. Englewood 1.214,000 = ==
of money turned into their credit and Mrs. John Kruse, Rt. 1 Box 552, Venice.. 1.1)7,500
renewal subscriptions I to The D RrSe'( :Rule Mrs.: Marjorie Maurice: Box 357, Nokomis::::::: .::::1,181.000: = THE GONDOLIER
Nix U). Mr. Leona E. McKibben. 311 E. Safford. NPC, Venice 233.500 :;
I Mrs. Clenys R. Morton Box 1143 Venice...,.,..... 883,000 = P. O. Box 746 :;
Mrs. Kenneth Norwood Box 235, Nokomis..........1,204,000 CLIP AND Venice Florida S!
Mrs Homer Owens Box 404 Englewood............. 47,000 == rOde
O tlo0 0'0'6 0'v O OC000 0 Mrs. Margaret Paul Mun. Tr. Park, Venice... .....1,368,000 = Gentlemen I wen to tale advantage of your SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION ;
p Mrs. Mildred M. Pedersen Venice... OFFER to SAVE MONEY.
Mrs.: Thelma Pool, 305 Sea Riirp.BOV: ..:..::1.3 79,500 MAIL
FREE VOTE COUPON Mrs. W. F. Pool Gulf Drive Venice. ............, 847,000 I am encloiinb subscription! for the amount checled below r::
Mrs. R. Madge Powers 617 N. Tamlaml Tr.. Venice.1,289,000 i :::
Mrs. Ruby Robinett, Laurel.. ... ... ... .......... 188,000 == 0 $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 100,000 VOTES
M.MO Subscription Contest Good For Mrs. Aimed Sanborn, Tarpon Center Venice........1,143,000 $17.00 for 3 outride FU. -
a 400 FREE VOTES e; Mrs. Mary Scaglione Box 1616, Venice.. ........1,294,000 y YOUR yean :::
I hereby cast 400 FREE CREDITS to the credit Mrs. Dorothy Schueler. 301 E. Safford NPC Venice 108.000 0 $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 40,000 VOTES r
Mrs. Irene '
738
Shockey Cypress Venlc..I.I38.000 = SI2.00 for 2 ::::;
...................................... Mrs. Robert L. Stephe .. 731 Cypress, Venice..1.344,000 i years outside FI..
ofADDRESS Mrs. Polly' Taylor. Rt. 1. Albee Rd. Venice........1,354,000 ORDER
4 ..................................... a v Mrs Dorothy Thompson Box '703 Nokomis..........1,176,000 E= 0 $ 5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 10,000 VOTES -
Mrs. Toole, Venice. ... ... ; ; == $6.00 for I outside Fla.
Cast by........................................ Mrs. Roger Joyce Totten Box RI. 1.35.Bx. 345 Venice.. ...?..,..1,145,000 146,500 == MY NAME IS year
This coupon when neatly clipped with name ? Mrs. A. C Traver 204 Bayshore Dr.. Venlce..l.3 == ;
e9 and address of contestant filled In. and r.turDMn. Viola Wood, 342 Matara Ct., NPC, Venice..1229,000 = TODAY MY P.O. ADDRESS IS ::::
ed to the GONDOLIER count 400 free
Credits toward winning the car and other HELP YOCR8ELF HELP CONTESTANTS = MY HOME IS ON __ ;
TURN IN AS MANY AS YOU CANo = ::::
prizes
I THEY ALL COUNT) This( : must be Readers of The GONDOLIER can help I contestants improve = (Hems of Read, Street and House NO-) ::::;
coupon
f ed G their positions by giving them the 400 FREE VOTE: COUPONS = ::::
voted on or before I p m. April 10. 1064. CREDIT VOTES TO
I o out of their papers and by giving subscriptions YOU CAN _
I v $1.79 on a three years 60 cents on two _== :::;
00,0,0 0 o,4 4 V 0 OD0 0p,0 0QOp years one4year
for $10 or 25 cents on at $5. Out of state subscriptions '
: -- -- cost $l extra per year and give I the lama yule credit: illll1ll1l1l11ll111ll1l1l1l1l1ll11l1l1ll111ll1l11l11ll11ll ll1ll1ll1lHl11I11II11I11I1111II1I111I11I111I1IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIWij '

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Ii.URSDAY. MARCH 26, 1964

THE GONDOLIE R rAGE I

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T2 Lr? TO WOtL WITH Pets IN IN AND INC: COUNTY flR Legal Fir>RirM.: IN PROSATBIW
Itt: Tha '.III. of
MARION &. )MORRILU raceaaed.ProhaM .
THINKING OP A for E. UIoIN. 1Iaoooaod. 5.,. .4 SsnSo.to
PET file I NNOT1CR .
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.. FlaId." I. b. .lfl. 01 5455
taster H a v e beautiful, JOHN T. OSAISAM Soisest.Jad ......... : TO CREDITORSTO :
CRFniTORII AND .
I trained, year-old parakeet, ... .n t. County Court H,.,.. s15.ss..t. Alt HAVING: CI.AIMR AGAINST OTHERi'tiiteoNe
stand and cage. $18. 488.3043. .. riorlda, within... .1.! ealendar lIfE AHOVE ESTATE!: .
month from the d. of th. tiM publlratlon Y.u isa boMb "oIllIod nd e.q.t Iro4':

EASTER BUNNIES and Guinea cool of rlalrn this or Nolle.demand must .ke 4 Inwrltlni :Ia mar"i liava sop enlnit l.i.5s: C.d;;; =ld'I:hI.h'Ia ps.th."' I

Pigs for sale. Call 488- and I In duplleaU! ahall ,.... the. iffloe' ef the (ountr Judlie of 110.- ...... :
pl... of realdeice and poit office ad ......... Florida. In the Courlhouea at
3389. dre.. of the Claimant: ihall ... ..wornt II........, Florida, within .. III eel.eniler "
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by the Claimant, hi. ..nt hi attorney month, from" the date of th. fusSpsblieMlsa
CLlij I.t'ltiUBATES .hall .. aMompanlH by a tl TIflllni ...
Lots For of thla "011. Each claim
Sale
Houses For Sale Wanted To Legal I.., and any ....10 I claim or demand he 5 la wrlthie In duplt-
Rent Auto mutt
For Sale demand
nut ... filed hall he raid. Th.Sills or rate. and m..' ...... the .1... of ,...1.d. .
5J'xl25' BAY ATTRACTIVE "me" NOTICB OF INTKNTtON: TO I r.I fea m.y he adHed to the amount .... and poet eHlc-e addiau el the
POINT LOT. No- HOME in ,., .
and .1.1 form be oh.
of
WANTED may. .. ,..t .be aworn ea he the
.. Mile from Section of TO RENT Venice 3 61 White CHEVROLET REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: lal.., f.om th. County Jud.> offloa. lalmant. and ".... .
beach. Venice Two bedrooms BR House Th. .. ...I..*.* da *.h" unlfrIhtt .1.,"'.... hi. .. or hi. mtUraer.
both High-Dry. Air Condo Retired sire 0, 4-door sedan DEI.-I void afrnrdlnf.. ... lew
Charge R.t. Thursday Value $1,350. Make two baths, screened cloy r* oondiietlnt UvindiT .d LAURA R. fENN.aa 1 IS will beonme ..
ATM! MAB|[ {
couple. Best of R4H 0'I..nl. JgTINB
and Monday Edition offer 488-6629. porch and carport, 1001 Nokomis references Safety belts. Like builiux it Hhainiwk Eneeutlve of thl Eatateof AdmlnUtratrix, of the tetaief
Knutovanl >nd Ttmlunl Trill sooth
Ave., So., Venice, $14,000 Reasonable, furnished. Annual, 17,000 actual mileage. Original V.nlr., unifnlli. flelltlmii ..m. ef John E. Senn. D..od.Alt Ms5l.. &. Merrill
$1.50 LOT 882 Venice Gardens Price Low down payment. No not season. Box 1103 or cal owner, 488-1008. Trill Comuiulla, laundrr 'n't Dry' <>rtI.': Rlair. and n..., ._..ocI.ROOIlIl1. .
closing .nlni Onur .ndthoO.. 4 firm U Attomen at I**. HAZBN a ISPHORDINO,
1750. Writ Walter Polskt, Costs CaU 488-6701. 48-1882. ,."'..... rt the fcllowlnt rMliln IIT N.... Ktreet, Florida Power Llcht. Bulldlu.,
(12| word minimum' )) 583 73rd: Ave., No.. St. Petersburg 1961 DODGE i-ton 200. Low wh... .mw and pliew of ,t4mM sea P. O Bon 1171, V.nlea. t"halOs.Aloroov. .
( ..
Fla. BEAUTIFUL snilrage. Good condition. One .. '.11... Ventoe norlda.Pakll.li for "'". RstatP.hlI.b
Addition*) Words each *c SWIMMING Pool Mobile Homes for Loo., 1 5). Xap.. Shsswb B'aI.dsad I Mar. It. tl. April I, *. 1M4. O5.P. 15. 1& April t. 5S5l4.r
home. owner. $900 quick sale
2 bedrooms, den, Flor 474- T..ml Teali. v.ka. PistlOs
s ____ _
EAST GATE. Choice lots, min. ida room. 21x31 screened patio 35W. Krthni; II). H..... Shurrodknd Josboosed' uu M
CASH rttti, both Thursday 8fl feet wide. See or call Larry Furnished if desired. Fer Sale T.rnl'.ml Trill V..I,., FhtId.
Good fl.nmcmg. ,,.
Ovn r'hlp' of Trail Coln.rn.tU Isa
.nd Monday Edition Redford, Assoc. Chips Johnson 2102 Georgia AV'I., En- OR TRADE for cheaper car ill .nd Dry ClMnlnt. Onur I It H fellow "
Real Eitate. 306 W. Venice tl weod. Grove City. CUSTOM BUILT W Alrstrtam ISeO Bonneville, 4-door Hard ,iIjMlfl
:
S1.40 Ave. phone 488-3609. 488-2241. Wall to well carpeting Tan top. Excellent condition. Cantor .D.E.Hop H.*.,..Ift. 16 WIt p.r MtttFrHln. sen*.
Homes For Trade dem axles. Lot M Palm-n appointment 488-9278, after .. our. Intontkm. ta pplr to the
word ELK: INLET Sea -lurk of ,h. CIKult Court In ud farR
minimum" ) walled private 5 p.m.
(Ill Pines Trailer SA I
Village, Noko.ml .r..(X> CoonS Florid. M rtl.'.r LE'
Addition! Word each 5cAr boat basins E. L. Kilton. WILL TRADE HOMES. 2 Bedroom *. Ih. Mid .... Tr.ll COI"...*... Uuirfr*
Bayshere Drive. Nokomis. ENGLISH FORD, 1980 Prefect .nd Urr llMnlni; c...... .n4..r UM sea-
... AflC.em. .. in to 01_ Iii baths, CB home, 4. 'or large lot IV .
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55a Ie S eaerta .I a. -. 01 VBMKE RESmitNTUL LOTs on deep canal with t VINTMLE. ALUM CaU 4M-4.18. AcU of 1>41.Wltiun .
I.. l.r l.ml. k M 'e.t.H. S AL0 VCMCE BIMSIi MTIs. dock In Laurel Villa, for com NUM. 1 bedrooms tiled bath, III&our hands. ttto *tk 4wMurk. <
........ CALL LOU JACOBS.
UI-IIII
tfcerea/ur.
., lor tliaree ef II _to parable or larger home in Ven CM heat, large gsa tank, wall ICON: t>. ROPE.k1001NE .
.j..lerrlre to .. .> .... Oenaoller P.O. FOR QUICK SALE -3 Lots Phone 488-J484 oven, Kelvinator sliding doors Boats For Sale !: t HOrtPubltakt .
J.. ...Her .ta ...11. 55 .._.... 80x100, South Venice. Owner. exceptional I closet space and M.rck It. K. April 5. 5 U14. i

Phone 488-4708. Apts. For Sale cabinets, TV antenna, awnings, 14-FT. GULFL1NER BOAT, IN THB COUNTY JCBC.B-i COURT IN
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOn. covered patio. Nice location $100. Lee Voorhees, Wishing AND rOK S4RASOTA COUNTY:: ,

Edition, p.r Inch $3.00 Lots Wanted DELUXE CO-OP. 1 bedroom 1 and wonderful neighbors Lo Well Apts.. Casey Key. IN REt Fl.f ESTATE HIDA. IN OFSPbNCER PROsAIC Wolfer Motors Needs Good '

Both Editioni; Inch $3.50 bath and 2 bedroom 2 bath, 190 or call at office HARBOR M. (,11.1101'1'' CrrM>od.Prob. L
p.r 20' ARENA CRAFT. All fiberglass ... Fl]. N.. 1*'lNOTTCE Late Model Used Cars. Your'sIs
furnished LIGHTS.
or partly furnished
PRIVATE PARTY interested boat with! 185 HP Inter. TO CRtDITORH
All elanlficd ads payable 'In in buying lots In Venice. Zoned 488-5R98 ceptor V-8 engine Late model, TO HAVING ALI, CUFMTORS CLAIMS OK AND rutMANCS:PFRBONi Worth More Right Now.

advance except tttabliihediccount duplex or Apt. Phone 488- Rentals Help Wanted 'low maintenance, fast boat for Ton AGAINST... 10......'SAID iiotlfM EXT.nd A'Til rmuh.
2621.
bay and gulf. Looks like new, to fll. ans aim or dmond shOtS ... TRADE NOW! Get The Best
'p.. h.v. ...In." ) th. E.i... of SPEN.
guaranteed $3,450.00. Hansen
Ate' UlfVII'AL orposyuseyri WANTED Short Order Cook. CEO M C1L8ON P.... .lu ofSarunt
CANCELLATION or Houses For Sale Serb 5MP5 A...ibtIIi HOMEt' .. LACK Imeertam.ATTRACTIVE CASatet Apply Cue dub office. Chris Craft Sales, 1201 N. Tam. County T.riortd." In th...afflotof .... Deal Ever On Any Rambler Or
taint Trail Sarasota. Phone Hon. JOHN\ GRAHAM.
ADJUSTMENT TALK TO LOU JACOBS ....11" ,
County Jota., IB th. County Court
Rtqueth for cancellation 2 BEDROOM HOME, completely HELP WANTED MALE -, / 951-551. HOUM >t ..'....... Florid vllhln ..Ito.l.nd.r Dodge In Stock. Wolfer Mo.
furnished In Englewood. EFFICIENCY month, from tho daIs W tk
Plumber. preferable
pr. at
or adjustment b. c us. of 1 Kxl40) Apartment Heated I tint p.bll..tJo. at thIs II....*.
ft. lot pooL B-O-A-T
on paved road. least I yr. UP. Gulf Shamrock '...h cl.lnt or d..nnd mult U I I. tors Must Reduce New Car In.
error mast be mad for City water. 11 palm trees a. Week month or yearly. Reasonable Plumb JI,. 14-ft. Glassed. Trailer, motor, writinir. and In duplir.l.. .h.ll .t.t. CIa
Thunday Gondolier BEFORE bout 21 fruit trees. rates. W. Venice Ave rl.r* oT r.ldmc. and port .f Beautifully Make Room For
10 HP. Insured. All for $200. th. Claimant t hall b* .worn te kyth ventory To Upcoming
I p.m. on Monday. For Mon landscaped. 15000. Phone 474- Also 3 bedroom house, nicely FEMALE.: CLERK for Drug Poinsettia Ave, Nnkomls, Claimant' bla ..... or ki I. .ttornorlhall
2539 4882660. Furnished. Available May 15. k. acoMnpanlod by a tl.II Mini Shipment. No Need To
diy 6ondolir BEFORE 5 or Stare. Steady work. Will Opposite Methodist Church. ?.., and Sn.helmo.d.'ds, rtao
Tnurtday. North Port Charlotte. 488-3681. train. Inquire at Nokomis Taylor. tiled .h.ll .b. ...M. Ttia Mint' (. narb.
p.1ICII VENICE GARDENSPrice .dd.,d to Ih. amount of .1,1,, and Wait for An End-of-Year Deal.
PHONE COMPLETELY P'urnishedef. Pharmacy. lalm. forma. .mar .bo obtaln.d front th.
14000.00
2 large bedrooms, 2 tile ficlency apartment. $65 per 4-ft.. GULFLINER BOAT 35 County J.d... offlrrWAYNE SPENCER. CrLSON.aa BUY NOW!
(88-3125 baths, large living and dining month. Couple. Includes utili. Misc. For Sale HP Evlnrude, Electric Start Admlnlitrator' of the Eot.,.
ties. 704 Motor. Gator Trailer. $350. Call ef M Glltnn.; Doaaaatd.Arbinxri I
area. Modern kitchen Myrtle and Venice By. :r.R'. D DEAN.Attopno. ,

with wall oven, and new re Way. REDWOOD TABLE; and benches 4883389. at Lav..

Real Estate frigerator. New drapes for $15. Coat $Ii new Phone tIT v..i Nauatt.., Florida.Pnhllfkt Fteast. WOLFER MOTORS INC
large window and sliding ON PRIVATE!: ESTATE at 0*- 488-1SM. Business Personals March. It. 16. April t. *. I'MI .

doors. This is a large house prey, two large bedroom !* THE COt'NTY Jt'PGI'S: COI'KT
ONLY $13,500 located in an established I' apt, !living room tile bath, USED SELF!: PROPELLED SHEARS KNIVES, lawnmower IN ANN me SARAHOTA (COUNTY RAMBER DODGE t

Cheerful plastered, C.B., 2 neighborhood having central Frigidaire, gas stove and fur ...Lawn Mower... ..._Excellent_ __conuiuun. blades sharpened.' Leave Nit tl:FLORIDA.ESTATE; IN OF PROsAIC
bedroom. Fireplace carport water and sewer. nace, TV, garage space, fur- jQcirovoice organ, n_. .".__ """m UIU, u n. .._"u .. JOHN E. ENN. Oo.o..sS.,,. Authorized Dealer, Sales & Service I
PIT. lea.
., Urge utility room, MYRON McGLYNN. Realtor niahed or unfurnished. Annual chord and pedal. 488 3411 after Ave. Thomas H. Wilson. Citrus NOTtCB!: TO Peat fRKTlITORS WI

attractive( ground, desirable 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 basis only $100 per month. 8 t p.m. Ave., Nokomis. Phone 488-3822. TO ALL CREDITORS AND SEMAJ4D8AGAINST rBRSOHS. 915 S. TRAIL PH. 488-6150
neighborhood. Call Quiet, no lawn to mow. Phone HAVING CLAIM OR :
SAIP MTATBiToo
Owner, 488-4152. 2 BEDROOM CB HOME. Florida Seaman, 966-2825. SEWINQ MACHINES. Clean TYPEWRITERS!: and Adding are herehr notlfleil and .require. I
room, carport. Newly oil and adjust. $].SO. George Machines (mechanically op. la file, .., .,.1... or demanil which r-o ___ -. .-. -
--5-u--'o-s-t- --- -
GULF FRONT on Casey Key. decorated. 704 SeraU. 2 BEDROOM Furnished Home. Parti, 1030 N. Washington rated) Chemically cleaned, "'.. ha-e ...ln.t th. ".t.t. ef JOHN Se

100x364 (t. 2 bedroom, home I Reliable party. Available Sarasota 9557885. like new. Just $12.SO plus parts
with 2-car garage. Zoned for NEARLY NEW 2 bedroom April 10 Dec. JO. 1005 Myrtle If' required All makes Venice
multiple use. Ideal for invest home close to shopping centers Ave., Venice. NEW EQUIPMENT..& USED GARAGE Stationers 884113. 211 W. Venice Ave. I Real Estate Corner I

hospital and schools Nice
ment and home. 23500. $5.700 lot. Low taxes. Terms. $11,750. 1 LARGE ROOM. Private entrance Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication
cult or will trade for what
Equipment Repairs.
NEW: 3 BEDROOM 2 bath and bath. Call 488- -
kin you. home. Excellent location. Near 4774 daytime 488after (. TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. SHEPARD WHETHER YOIREBUYING$
ON A DEEP CANAL, 2 bedmm 1070 DeSoto Rd., I
2 bath home, screened shopping centers. Very low FORMER BUS STATION Sarasota, Fla. LUMBER CO.
Rimming pool. Large boat down payment. Quarter in Sunshine Preas Call collect S3V1240 New 2-bedroom 2.bath..wlth nice OR
hoiue. Will trade for home not NEW 2 BEDROOM home, Bldg. Available April 1st $75 ((003 N. WashIngton Blvd. SELLINGYou're
water. central water and central sew. month. Sunshine RUBBER STAMPS made to or. Saraiota
on Inquire at
Wonderful loca
: BEDROOM, 2 bath home. er syatenn.Nocaslaneedel. Press. ier.. 48.hour service. Office, can screened porch. Bert Value Ar.
ft.vft'. ,_ .I '" ft."v personal pocket stock. 488. Found HERE!
Close to Venice, on deep canal. or ELLIOTT PAULfor
Reduced for quick sale, $13,000. BYRON MARKIE, Realtor, AIR CONDITIONED EFFICI. 1432. tion. Small down payment. Easy
Phone 488-4706 ENCY apartment. Available ..
BYRON MARKLE Realtor April I. Adults. At 251 Nassau PORTABLE ELECTRIC Wash. ROOF TRUSSES terms. For information call
Phone 488.4706 AN I'NUSI'AL OPPOFTINITTI' er. Up to 3 lb!. Timer, pump. '
Call
JIoIIFO A SOME LACK ('ASS' or see Larry Redford, As- : Alum. Windows & Doort.
400' 1I..lhllll.. I..t 1..1. seriate Chips Johnson Real 'orcelaln-enameled tub. Phone
OF WATER FRONTAGE Contract Roofing & Painting 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED .11'
TALK TO "U JACOI*. 481.161'SACRIFICE 488.1047..
on South Creek Bay In Sor. Estate, 306 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-2132 Venice

Pinto Shores. Paved Street, FOR QUICK Phones 488-2241 or 488-2279.

high and dry. $25 per ft. Terms. SALE. Dream House for 3 Misc. Wanted

Ask for Lauden at sales off'ceof (CBS). Total value $11,000 00, a NICELY FURNISHED Duplex, ressmaklng alterations, draperies .
reasonable. Citrus
Sorrento Shores 4 miles STEAL for $7.700.no Down pay. Highlands.. WANTED ELECTRIC Clothes ete. reasonable 488-1131
Call 9 5492 or 488-1056. Available
north of Venice. ment, 3000.00, will handle, assume dryer Phone 474-2192.
the 1st of April.
small mortgage, pay. r ? 2 BLOCKS TO
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL ment $37.30 month. Owner 119 LARGE, FURNISHED 3 room INSTALL -
6 adjoining lots with Aero Ave., North Port Char. and bath apartment. Water, Downtown Venice

100' each on newly 4-laned lotte. sewer, rubbish plckun IncludedIn H. N. W/mmers/ Rea/f/ or 2 BEDROOMS I BATH
T mlaml Trail (U.S. 41)) with rent. $85 month. Near shopping WEATHERTRON'AIL
120' Lot
50'
depths ranging from 223' to x
and beach. Phone 488-3785. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
333' backing up to 60' wide 9' OWNER MUST SELL ELECTRIC HEAT UMP TOTAL PRICE 10900.00
deep canal with access to Inter. I BEDROOM furnished apart for Waiters Union Telegraph

waital waterway, zoned R-3. ment. Yearly, Inquire Ave Monday thru, Friday 9 to S; Saturday t. I H. N. WIMMERS.-- I
Ideal sites for motel, restaurant Gulf front modern Income Ion Apts., 505 Barcelona. CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

marina, filling station, property on most attractive H E AT' 221 W. Miami Ave. '
mops and so forth. This is the terms. $5,000 down will PRIVATE 1 ROOM Efficiency, HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 488-5308

Trail front..g of Sorrento handle. Owner will finance $50.00 monthly 2 room efficiency .
consistsof $75 00 monthly. Near ...- ,Jt Shore. Will sell one lot or all balance. Property ,
sir> lots for $12,000 each five fully furnished Shopping Center. 4882502.

Terms Phone Venice 488-5027, Apts. Room to expand and 4 CGOUNOCORP
or visit Sorrento Shores Sales double number of units. 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT This Space
Office located of Located on Manasota Key. near Nokomis Beach, weekor
4 miles N.
month. Good fishing. Call VENICE GARDENS
Venice, 9 miles S. of Sarasota. Englewood. CaU 474-1811)) 488-5127. 744 Venice; Av*. E. Venice, Fl*. AvailableFor
488.5359'I
SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. FURNISHED Apartment. Rail 2-BEDROOM, LBATH HOME
Large enough for thirt n GOLDEN BEACH near gulf Your
nice. Call 4884810.
I Iota with 13.000 KJ. n. In each. Two bedroom, two baths NEW HOMES BEING BUILT Central Heat Central Water

Zoned ted street R-J On_ 200 county ft. West main.of 30 foot Florid. room MODERN stores available, alrconditloned in South Beauty Of Design DetailA Many Extras Real ,Estate

umlaml Trail 3U miles on I 112 I ft. corner let.. Venice Shopping Center. For r PRICE $11,500 AdvertisementATTENTION

north of Venice Vt ml. South $19 GULF STREET information call 488- 858.UNFURNISHED. .
Of Sorrento Shores. $19,000 RUTENBERG "MUST"You
wrms. 3 bedroom. FRANK C. RAEBURN Realtor ..
Call Venice 488-5027 or ,
... .
Gar- plus Florida room; living u. u. MR. MRS."RIGHT.PARTY" .
418-2791. NEW DUPLEX in Venice notice it the minute horn will want tor your t
dens 2 bedrooms each side. room w/FP; extra large utility you home with that 251 W. Veniea Av. Phones: 488.1600 488-2649
A
te* it, the Instant you family.
you .
In city children or pets I
and airconditioned. room.
Lots For Sale Central. Attractive heat lake location. Ok. $75.00 month. 488-5528 after I walk 'In the door thereIn something .peci.I":! that at the right price, your future

Phone 488-4885 or 433-6651. 5 p.m. I som.thing specIal about s will give you years of main- home ti now available It has
I URGE HOMESITE LOTS Rutnbrf Horn. Inside er tenance-fr comfort and I 2 bdrmt, 2 full title bathe,

I IN BAY RIDGE ASSW., OV. WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bed. CASEY KEY on the Gulf. :2 I siteUe. for h e definite! will look, fl and live large livtngroom, full dining-

JRLOOKINQ BLACKBURN rooms. 1H baths, garage, bedroom furnished nous*. ...Hiltl," beecty of O.sp .11...." from now on. room. Alto a large hobby-
BAT Screened! *. 488-1313 4tt2151. -
FCLI.. HAROLD BAT PRIVI.tEOES. dock. Reasonable. Margaret pore Hid.. 4eie$. a very reel W* Hope that you will seethe fHOME__ workshop room tK...t e.vra

WMHtER 48M1M.R. BOSS Drive, Laurel Villa. 488-2464. Mini .rf eet1ty)l M lnvnwdlat Cannel and other Rut. easily be used .as a 3rd

a I BEDROOM frame. Corner Wanted To Rent *eusa *f well-plan enberg models located at bdrm. J caP carperi. One

LOTS IN S. VENICE, 2 BUt* lot, city water and sewer ned space.The 3430( Webber Street in block from Trail In S. Venice.

.cit E. aide of 41. $1,50000 Walk: to school and store. $7.250 ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME. Cannel li a shining Sarasota at toon at potlible. WATER FRONT Only l,500| or $12,500 fur-
""ntct Box 8905, Trailer Ea- 30 per cent below cost! Call Single male, middle aged. W. tsampl. T hI.1 beautiful niihed.! -

*|"iBradenton; 55.. 488-1510 after 4. or weekends. A. Buehrer Gen. Del., Venice. Rutenbarg Home capturedthe These two three and four Sea.Walled to Bay Boat Basin. Northof
H. P. HORN
tAST coveted McCall'i
GATE 3 choice lots. I mag- I bedroom models will b* I Albee Road 90' x 200'
nine award for 1964 for it* REALTORU.S.
Owner, Phone 4885470. built on your lot In the Venice I 10000.00
1
Mhtanding desIgn 1
BEAUTIFUL LOT In Sorrento I quality construction. from $12,65,, () t. $18,750 including Ph. 488-378S DaysPh.

Shores 100x150 ft., Including I Three large bedrooms, full-heut air-condi WATER FRONTOn 48I-5W4 Eva*. ..
btt dork On paved street, two carcmie" tile ba thh S.,.. .
$ '9W Terms. Call Venice I REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
WS-5027 or 488-2791. I with wallr-tn clouf and private you do not already $33,500.00

WARM I bath, away from normal I own a lot, we offer you $850.00 Down will buy a J,
MINERAL SPRINGS, location. Small house traffic. fre* lot-finding tervtc We bedroom 2-bath hem CAR
B (In wonderful Charming *
reiidentlal No. 14 & 15, I Duplex
1I1 have hundreds ef lots file LAKE FRONT VENICE GARDENS
on
f"** 3, Unit 78. 4 BusinesS, screened perch entered PORTE, Screened Pose),"

.4, 29 & 30, Block 2, Unit 78. I down payment with good terms on through sliding glat wells from which to choose and I Large Corner Lot Wall Furnace, City WHr
*. Gallo, 337 Gardenia- Jload, 1 from living room end matter will be glad to show them and Sewer.

Vietice Gardens. Ph. 4883573. 1 balance. For further Information bedroom. to you at your convenience. $3,000.00 Balance $86.00 month.

Choice of four tparlling The modal homes are per

IAYSHORE ESTATES call 488.6413 or 4884196. anterior detigni. Truly a open daily from 9 .m. until CHIPS JOHNSON realtor
I Martin S. StancIk '
I 7'jhly' elevated choice lot. home desIgned for the 9 p.m. and on Saturday I .

I W frontage. Across, itreet'r 11 I grttt enjoyment of In and Sunday from 9 *.m. until I 306 W. Veniea Av*. Phone 488-2241 or 488-2279 REALTOR I :

I I doar- utdoor living the 6 p.m. .r
m Robert Beautiful
Bay. Venice ....,..,
I.'I. Rlllon.bl. Phone Branch Office at Kent Motel, Phone 488.1695
: 8-5047.' 1 .I dverti:tamant ..J I rill

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Palmetto Victors Indians DefeatedBy GOLFING


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Over Venice 6-1 FOWLING 80-43 ScoreFort ._ CARL ROHMANN with

Richards< (*");.
Myeri downed Veniceby 880-yard run .

Palmetto used the four.hit late stages of the game as the I a score of 83-40 In a dual (I I Dorsey (F). Krueger (V). T- PRO MANAGER

pitching of Tom Kelley and 2:06.1.: LAKE VENICE GOLF
Indians
began teeing off on the Fort CLUB
track meet held Friday at
loose fielding by Venice to post Tiger pitcher A total of seven Early Wynn Lanes Nun..s, C town'Iii-I.. 11-40'.', AMbtb"rot Prdrnl 5wuV M.Ins. b.. Sprint Medley Fort Myers. t.."" .....,w'j', "'-"""""".;;,J
a 61 White Sands Conference putouts were made by the Tiger lon, a7L-W4t. Myers T-2:0U.: BROIIARD TROPIIY RETIREI1

Victory Tuesday at the Indian outfield in the last threeinnings ( A P..... Courtnar Wlllto A....... Raaflx' af II......-. Taking Individual first for 220-yard dash Correra (F), Back in the winter of 1959, at the Initial opening o/
athletic field. Tom H...", illdera. too.190.SIR. -aoaBniea Bill 8m I h. Manao-Cra.. 117. H. Peden (V), Strickland (F). ] and Mrs. the
Gange. Richard Rohl- the Indiana were Charlie Lake Venice Golf (Club Mayor Smyth Brnhlr
.
Eb The Tigers undefeated In wing. Ben Sanders and Jim Rill Rlnehart Carllnia Blark '...b.1.l l2M >ama> or !>(. 120 .. league play scored two runein Sikora all sophomores Author Oil. I 11151 and 10... Bund Crawford Heating. A Ale ndlUomnv. Bruce McDonald in the discus: Mile relay Venice (Davis. Association This cup symbolized the Ladies Champior
In.. Anchor Oil M 10: The Derkhonaa. 1I07JU5 Bow'era of the wtrk. 8m lib and Pease). w ho
the second inning on a walk were hitting the long ball but 70.41: _III..* Brwul M1-1*. and Maura (ilandlnni <'ap. H.... 10I4 and Bob Harrison in the pole I Henna. Thompson received a replica of this oup yearly, but could not )lOa*
two doubles and an error They right into the hands of the ..,1..'. r>rai.rlM and Fahrlra' | Anterlran Roof na. 11.11. i Ker. Alan. vault Venice fine mile relay -,T3:40.2.Shot: ownership of the original unless the championship was :
Nod,. RuM. 171 ..d Mirth Roberta, cf and While. Mwhanl.; II K. Ashwood (F), w
addod a third tally in the third waiting outfielders. II.....* Nan.tr Clar Coopv. V. team also copped first in put for three years in a row
ITI
and 601. Bhoae Anna F.ller
frame on a triple and a sacri Terry Caudle went the route VFW AUK. Ilia 171, Bhoee: Inc. 110 nrtian. Tardeni. I1442I: Vene<,aa G... that event and the Indian MacDonald (V), Hunt (F). Tuesday morning Mrs. Irene McPherron retired this
.. .
r't floe fly to centerfield for Venice. giving up five hits and Jr...,.tilt...... Slindlnn Bank 411-11. Shoea' B.I"'Inn....'.. 1'-1.Hops: d.tar.WhlU lmto-1 and 67. Prle.Btmlera Erirkion of .eke At week 81m-.. made a clean sweep in the discus Bradford (V), Hodges (V.). D to her home for permanent possession as she defeated MrP

Venice made their run In the "while walking two and strikingout of Furnltura, 1744tarlr mona. 551 Via. MrCl.ln liT; Pick' tnIM .. sweeping all three places -49.2\2.\ Charlene Rule for the Ladies Championship Irene won
and Don HeatA til anndinn.IWl.hlne MacDonald (V), m
sixth when Ray Joelson singledand eight In the fifth and sixth "trail ("I..., ",.u..." Well 10.141 Venetian' Garthna, Next on the agenda for the Discus 1962 1963 and this year.Congratulations ,
Sam Morgan doubled innings he set four straight Rurdln.. Tormln.1 Tnn.pnM. III .... 2..l l41: Hnoda D.lrr ta.|.. Indian thinclads will be the !Hodges: (V), Youngberg (V). Irene. Also to you Charlene for .
brie
'01 Bill V.n How Kkir d Plow Trailer Venlr' .Noaonil.' Bank (i.. tMilla D-141.10. .
In the seventh Palmetto added Tigers down on strikes Court. 505.od 605: H. M........ South M.d. Po...,.. 19I-.4S' Lana Johnaon Palmetto Relays on April 9, F such a fine competitor in this championship round.
three more runs on walk Vene F.io, Inl Mnrldi Pino Traile, Stools ; 1I1..nl.I Cl,,h. KIM: Hendrlrka following the Easter vacation. Board jump Adams ( ), FIRST f'OR SNYDER
a Marzuq a Libyan oasis in Court, (2*: Saudi Venlra 1711.Rt.dlnnI nnnitnirtlnn. I..,. B,..1.... 0' th. warkMadn Friday resuts: Strickland (F), Correra (F),
hf two singles and two errorsMorgan Rdt-Van Oradl' Intunnra, to the home
Power and Bob Knwklea, Stnndl V Harrison V). D Both championships going same almost be
the Sahara once was known as II.III : Florida Plow Trailer Court toll In. HenHriek'a Onnntrurtion. 87.TPirn High hurdles Clingenpe] Krueger ( ), ( 35-holes of
led the Indians at ..... came a reality, but after a tiring play in the foray
T rmlr
the Paris of the Desert. An : >.l T..n. lit* 104Moodr Par Drura. Mil: Klwanla Club' -20-8 Vi
,I the plate with two hits in three '...,u.. M,led K.y M"ller. and Patat Ulue, Ribbon. S7.17. (F), Byers (F). Silcox (F), High jump Hodges (V), Jim McPherron and John Snyder got off two tine tee shot to
important assembly point for Will.Du.Inn. l Int. Elmer Rlrker. Sun. H.....'>a> l.urllle Cooiwr. Ven. Putts (V). Powell (V). T-IS.S. No. 18.
times at bat. Richard Gange caravans before their decline rout Motel t*. sod I7t, ertrud.Kluk I., G....... HI: V... Davla, Wlm. 100.yard dash Adams (F). Harrison (V) and Hunt (F), the tough par 3
and Joelson collected the other J Oull WIN Marina, .05: ..n.....' won' Deal K.t.te. too I Venrtla 0)... Trefethern (V). H-5-9. Jim, 1 down, needed his 20-ft putt for a tie which would
Venice hits The Palmetto outfielders Marzuq was famed for its Mot.. Ml .nd 107 EHandlnn, Will. den.. Til ; Florida Dalrlai,. 10'7. Strickland (F). Peden (V), vault Harrison (V) have necessitated a sudden death play- ff. He
Pole missed
I Bowler' of th..ok. Ann. Moremanand McBride F Wilson V T-
Du Gulf Wind ( )
Marina )
"Inn 65'4.40'4. ( ,
were kept busy in thew ealth and beautiful women I7U.42U{ : V...ilo* Heatlnr. U 4.. Van Davta. Spllta ronv.rt...li Helena Green (V), Ricketts (F). H- by two inches John two-putted for his 3 and for the first time
...,. -F''...... ("...u..11.. M "IJeaela (' >all. ...6: Ratty C........... II : Oulda 10 flat 12ft became the Men's Champion Congratulations to you both
H...lr. Bond Palrr. flO sod 9ord, 4 Bnro. nVhram. 4.a. .Standr Mile] run Foster (F), Har. for
Slew. tol Bob. I. >, Coral c.... and Wlmmera Real your line rounds of 75
4M Leo Brohrt. Dirk
: F Warden F T-
"' .''h......... r.... H..* Wore Wor.. I Gun. 10'' 11.!'. Ante Peel,.., f7; ruiRton ( ), ( ) OTHER FLIGHTS NOT COMPLETED
1 M4 sod M. H........... 111 and 5621.0t.ndn. .h.... Jrwelrr. ..S. 4:56.:
., Avenua Appar.1 ....n' The Mentor, rill.ena Blanrha, rhjlllnxrM 880.yard relay Fort My rtI. White Sea I had hoped to list all flight winners this week as they
,. H.. WawrWnka Mane Bean 5041, M ghlnman. to the contestants as the
P. t Mart nVdOl : Cp T-l are as important championship. but
342 ,
M-4t IU4I : Tuba I04 1 H. .. 190' : '
EASTER Th. Siraallint "" ..." Trl TCa, Bowler of tha wark. Blanrk.' Ihillin.er 440.yard run > Rieketts (F). none are completed so we 11 list them next week.
Frya, At..... HI .nd 610 Aellon -d Allot. H.... St.ndlnnt H..h. l Ills.n Win In LVMGA JUNIOR HIGH STARTS CLINIC
TV : .
V Jackson F
TV U7 sod 1411 Htandlnni M.I U ..'',', .u.k H..I..... 664.: Henrique ( ), ( ),
C.... Last Wednesday Venice Junior High Golf Coach
Wood System., 50.1101 Norwood Rooflntha .. tl41Tbararfar T-54 flat CJT
46.701, A.'..... TV "..n.Ed..V. ..,.Nl.h MI.... Barbara Yarer Low hurdles McBride (F) I Bennett brought his 20 youngsters out to the club for their
.. ..,._ H., Tablnet' IM, Hel n Kllhr, Tournaments
1. M.
) Ro........ 0..1.Woks Machine Shop- 220 8,... Firm It...,,, 411 ; Herb Me.AM Strickland (F), Byers (F). first meeting of a five.week clinic. I can look back four years

BUNNY and Ml' Heeka Machine Shop. 1021 and ala ahlnat. Myakka Entrnprliea, 111 144 Roy. Pitts (V), Boone (V). T-22 ago, and see the youngsters now representing the High School
4\J1 2>>111. .ftandlnrel O a O Metala, 7IM2, .. Co. 141 I Mralika Enterprla.Bowhra Mert White fired 142 to win and few golf
\ P..... of In.l.!: .. U,.-<..S. : Clare III', of th. week. Evelrr.' flat a team a playing college starting their first golf
J II.... Apia 6'-4''j, Hill tha and M Herb.10 MrAtea. Bab. Blc. rlrkedup the Junior Championship at clinic Just as these boys are.

Crafumen Maavnia. tto- and"Tommy>74 Maawr.Tompklna not. tin tha (110' apllt a'ondl.and.John. ....M.Lo..h.... (".hl. Lake Venice Golf Club in the The ages of 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 are great ages to start teaching

sod ..*.. 1I.dlo. Craf.tmen; l-ll .not.' (:'o., It''i-ll,>,. : Myakka Fntorprlao.. EMR DefeatsMyakka7162 annual affair sponsored by the these youngsters the fundamentals of a golf swing, and
SPECIALSVisit / Muter.. 17.!'. Ruffl.ns II.21Knakwaed I'litra... Fbbe r.' ...,FI"'I. Ther. "i1.Maddoa ,I.. .. :Lake Venice Men's Golf Assn other important phases of this sport.

Rmhf 1.w, Whll.Pal.laff' FI ..Ant Mliad..-::a IxwlnaKirk IM' 171.42t, Rob Hedrlrk. I....4.: Second, with a 145 was H L. In the past 15 years I have taught thousands of 'OOnr-
.ovk-F. j;:;.;' ;: : Clean Hwen.. ISI.1711 Bole of tha
K UundrySarlnn
Evans sters and still always look forward to another
221 end .... 505I Gres Wehho. En.lownnd e k. Marr Mye,. and B..h Redrlrk8tandlnni group cent
w Clean Rw_. 67-17 Lucky The Senior Championshipwent big
a loan. 41 : While Elevhant :
till 8:00 r + Swap Shop. IIIHI and "70. StandlniraFnalrwond Jo.. M-4H Blark I 'Will label 1.'.. 1141Carllnr Srralrk. -_ 'M,, Myakka Lanes lost out in its to Harold Seall with a 139 up.Many of you have called me asking how much" this clinic
tonight loan41
us : Pet.. To....Ravlnra. U-41: Will.Da.Inn, $54 -: Barn. Wolfer, One-Hour M.rtlnltlnr' 247 bid for the Sarasota City MenaBasketball T. L. Hatcher was runnerup costs It will cost the same as it has for those other 15 years
10. Ml Paul Nava Bod... Pa ntln.. 21. with a 143. Nothing. My services and my equipment are free. Just hart
to inspect these A.I Rill Phllllqer1 Ml.d-Rat MillerOl.on 406: Radford Conatrurtlon. 1001.2'"1. League playoff title
..l Bakarr. 101: Tony Pmla, Bal Bowlrr of tha work. Bob Ham. Stand- Monday night when EMR won A two-ball, best event tournament the youngsters sign up with Mr. Bennett
,, '. .... ... In... Hod... P.lntln. 4f.-*>. Woo,'. and end
will :
selected used ears They Te.... 104, and. >71 I K. Nlrh Auto Ferric.. 41-96: ..' Outdoor. 47. a hard-fought. 71-62 decision Inthe start today JUNIOR SIMMER PROGRAM
oh, H.I. Slnrlalr 176 177 and 11for
141: Olanti H.h..... Ml, H....... 17. finals of the tournament Sunday Approximately the first week of June, the Lake Venice
,; all carry our famous trai 51.51.1. 5501 Ftlndln.,' 015o1 II... man Fabian. Reymour Early: Mule Bird 176-. M s,.'.III.a Hou Rorha._ held at Sarasota High School'sgym. junior clinics, I league and summer program will start Then
_
,7.. 75.sl. 50.1.6'. Rini.lr' 16K 4014I : rill.. Jim Wrurht., Shirt. SI... 471 ; are some 40 youngsters in this program which will include
jinH-O Run. M 47 Painting R, Gumm
Ford Dealers 3-Way 05.47 Jerrr P.lh $MII.101.nil: Jm" Pmb Wrlihta. 214-iAI,:.. The Venice team showed a Shuffle WinnersFred any boy or girl from 6 through 17, I will cover the detail on

Guarantee! ABC BOWlING PROGRAM Sax, (121 : Bow..... of th. week Lo.I'1 17.14 lead at the end of the Bartololtl of Massachuetts this program later.
Ruly: W,. 5.I.. 511,10. Men .nd .,
Bowera Jerrr Shell .ndln./ :
NEXT YEAR
Pewee. 114 and 114 for (II Gtor,a .ed.' Awnlnt, .II.K, Seymour Mu.. opening period, but trailed by and Ernest McKelvey of UNTIL
I Brown.. 176 and 40.. at-.H, V..1.. Ca. Co., 12",.mfc a 43.32 score at halftime In New Jersey defeated Walter Friday will mark the departure of all personnel of the
1.,1, Wr.. Jnntor III.. Lind.H..I. ilalork 5...,.,.. -- Flonnca t>uk.. the second half Lancaster Institute for their home in
Ill and lot: Bill MeNab, 144 Dunoon Chwrolet. !M1, BerneU Domln. EMR tallied 37 of Maine and Lindy Kentucky Military summer L1n-
and 114.Vanlea. Duncan Chrrrolat., 0401| Duncan ChavroHH points to 30 for the Myakkafive Lindblom of Venice by a score don Kentucky To Col. C. E. Richmond Col's N. C and C. E.

t:1.: ......, Ctonia' Bettal .and.. Phillip./ Hair De.lrn.ra, a,4' of 31 to 8 in the biweekly Hodgin, Capt C. A. Hod gin, the faculty students and associates
l Ise Ton, (Inv. 127. W..I' 00.-Ho MM/shin 1'21.
a. Lewan Bar Bantama Cheryl Smith. Ro"' .... 0' 'h. wok. Pet Hill .n' 1'.11 Top scorers for Myakka game of pot-luck held Tuesdayat we've enjoyed another wonderful year with you here at
II. Anon ir Rook 127Fnalewand Hill M... Shepherd ronvarUd th. I.7.'10. were Butch Uebelhart with 20 the Venice Shuffleboard Lake Venice. The entire staff here will look forward to your
.... 'PIiL Dusan Chevrolet and .
114 Harrr Para Ban., 157.1lyakka. Kara Doodr. Oo.Hss. ,"'Intiini ., tied for Wolfer first Gary Jenkins with 12 and Club. Twenty-eight participated return in '65. Tell all the other "Pro's" around Louisville and
I Itn
p''." silk 76 .1110 .,' 40 1__._ Chuck Reiter with 12. in the event. Lexington. hello."

; Lanes

11.'_'. 51.0.1, Adsh a..... 157" .
VI P1115.0.. 4051 rpelll'. "...... 550.
till Bowler of '.. wn*. Av i Mini. ." --! ",.... .,..JI" \1 ."" !! "
VI, Plttman nvnxl th. *-a.It ..rlltd I'f. -"
Eels. Bump th. I.III and 44.7. \ ... .
)> Fn.1 .....dI...' EoUI'. t'... Cs,. ... ::: t ; .. .
40: Iael110'. Y..N M-47 Laa, M... t .
t F....,.. 51'-46'4' : M..hloft.. R..... ; : :
not. 6II'{"45'{: U.'. Cook .a Bru.h ? I .. '" .
< 4547. Florid. Plow Court, 4* IIO .
ii. llT F_. H.i-rlr'w Hradrl ,:-.1 ItJ. I : ,; I
.. 10" Man Khrphi-rt..471, Doa fi>llt- .' : : ; ,
Irrttl.. Don Poll.. Barber Rhor.. ,. 11 I'
'911, Whit C.n..it P_"'., 12 4BowVr ,
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of Ui. .o1.. Kill Frrorrirk
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and I Hmdrkaa S4ndln..1 Dr lln FLORIDAARCHITECTURE
Carat. 10.14, Prlttnn Furn.It"r*. 17',. .
l II', Superior H..U.. 4 Coollm. M'i. A ,S10
17''
Srnlreft; -- M,10., IInl.... "nii11sn'N
1100101 SpltMe Drs N'slk 1010. cob,
Ilnn Soft ...... 11.1. Bo"ln nfw .ho
*.k. Joe K,.pf and Hob Cm**. 8 andIni -
*, Culllnn Sift Wete" Mil VrIn ...
1962 FALCON 4-Door $1399.00 Lumber Co. 17.IT. R.d'.... Ton
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............ trurtlon/ and Gulf Cant Dwelopmcnt.
Extra Clean 2..11.l
It.....Bavarian T...., Auiti '
1962 ECONOLINE Shook. Hh.M Patio. t&S20, Ponder..
VAN .......... $1496.00 Liquors. .S1.i 90. Bowlera of th* ..-k. at It s.
Excellent Condition Tlrd Da. and Au..In Shock DI ck .
Per. 214. Erl. Fdie. 111 Clyde D.vl.
1959 FORD It,. Standlna: H.npvl.nd. >4.10 Gulfrn .
Country Sedan ...... $ 598.00 .Par. .1.11, 8rwll Patin ID.14.
Very Good Caldwetl' Co.,, Fm Ma>.....,. ta-
burr Realtor.. ZtO-t'7. III..... Inaur.ane .
1960 .. ..<.2.01. Bowlen of th* week.
OLDSMODILE Sedan ...... $1196.00 Marlon Pnh and LI* Zuraw Ikra Jean i iTHE

Lite; New hndlr.p Ran... 146 aerie h..d'.p*. Lora' .Johnson,nalea, and convert(II BEST !

.....
1955 FORD ................................ $ 95.00:>
\ Very Rough but it Rum IAtBy ltCtivities


1960 PONTIAC Safari Wagon $1496.00 THE MEREDITH. Seven different model from $11.500

Terrific! CINDY SCHEPP Oil your lot ill Y.nic. Gardens

1963 HONDA In the QAA bowling "Playday" .
Motorcycle ...... $ 178.00
at Cortez Lanes in Brad.
Runt Good r -_
colon, games were played with

1959 STUDEBAIER( LARK ........ $ 499.00 mixed teams. For this reason, This Is an entirely new concept in Florida
Sharp I no trophy was awarded. Meri living.


1964 CHEVROLET Sedan ........ $2596.00 lee girl who Timmer played was on the the winning Venice It Is EXCITING it's VIBRANT and it's IMPORTANT.The .

Just like New! team. '

Eleven girls participated In Venice Gardens Building Co. is ( 1 7
1962 COMET .........,.........,,....,.. $1399.00 the recent gymnastic meet On offering, for the first time t"

Exceptionally Nice the White team were Madge model homes so entirely different, so beautiful and to original : lrJ'the
Grove, Linda Ellis Carol
,
1962 FORD PICKUP ................ $1199.00 Edgerton, and Nancy Bradleyin } they are breathtaking i We have combined the talents of ..',

Exceptionally Clean mat tumbling: Nancy Bradley .
1960 in free exercise; and Linda a top-fligh} architect, our own builders, the very best materialsand i ,. I
FALCON ,
4-Door ..,......,.. $ 599.00 Wolfer and Nancy Bradley !in ,
Good Condition rope climbing a nationally known interior decorator, to bring to you homes t ,,>

1957 On the Green team were Lin- that spell GRACIOUS LIVING in the
PLYMOUTH 4-Door .......,..$ 199.00 da Pond, Linda Haskins, Jean perfect setting beautiful -

Good Shape Lindner and Bess Voorhees in Venice Gardens.

1963 FORD mat tumbling Sharon Mortonin
2-Door Sedan $1886.00 :
........

r !, Superb! Pond free, Jean exercise Lindner, ,and and Linda Carol We invite your Inspection and your comments!

I //.f 1961 FORD 2-Door ....,....,........,5 $1346.00 Cutler in rope climbing

looks and Rum Fin. The White team won. 179. All homes are centrally heated and air.conditioned. THE HAMPTON
There were also six fifth and Appliancesare

sixth graders from Macintosh by General Electric and Frigidaire. Every home is .
BILL PHILLIPS FORD CO. Elementary School who performed completely

fo: the audience connected to central sewer and water system. All at no J.4IfriaI"n

1562 S. Tamiami Trail Venice Florida Last Thursday the Badmin.
extra cost to "
ton Doubles Tournament took you. ,,

I "The Warmest Welcome/ In All Sunthineland'/ place. Bess Voorhees and

Christine winners Whitcomb were the Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 'f" 4 .


t _, .. -, Y ,o-"r'-

There are 7 different models and more than 30 designs to a ;:

MR. MUSIC choose from.BEFORE t3""



lee Keener end His f/ccrVopnonic/ Guitar YOU BUY SEE: The Waverly, The Hampton The /


I I APPEARING EVENINGS Kimberly, The Meredith' The Williamsburg, The Kings Bay, The 1 i

WEDNESDAY THRU SUNDAY Jolaine.

9 p.m. til 2 a.m.

AII KIMBERLY



Shell Patio
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I \";J, DEABORN STREET j:1 nlce VENICE GARDENS BUILDING CO. (owners and developers of Venice Gardens)

y ENGLEWOODRecently
1729 S. Timi.mj Trf.l/V-nice. Florida, 'Str.tot County/Prior.
Returned From Australia Gardens Venice 488.6764 area cod. 813

After TV Appeirinc On U. S. 41, on. mil. south of Venice

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Bridge Scores I NPC Personals I IMr.

Hoods Interest Teens Negatively llrMn Stadia, Marrk K I ,mFir.
.! HrMlnii pl r for rr* fidm.H Trapkf; I
III.. N. Gould ami A. a {)am_.
-- Mli. and Mrs Herman Pnurchtsam day morning to return home to Avenue Both are retired school
" GILBERT 1- I. H. Morrla ami. Col VawantI
EtGENE 'lion.I > and Mr and Mra LJndon N J., where they will teachers having worked together
' SJesldtnt. Gilbert Youth about "West Side Story" many Ml.. Lunr Jnrmwr ...
'I. ami Jot. t
Joseph Patenaude on Agress attend funeral services for in the Toledo Public Schools,
I Inc. of the boys and girls' replies Jam* n i K.I.* M
Research, 4-J. .K, .Hill and Harr* IMrm*. MURrldirr Avenue recently celebratederman'i their son-in'law, Mr Fred Rustay -
centered about the musical aspects &-It........ ".-m.. .n. IieoI. L. H. --0-
Juvenile delinquents msyure 101 III... 01. { birthday and the who died of a heart attack
headlines, but most of the picture, both pro Studio. Man* I'. T,N ..... 'atenaude'f anniversary with Wednesday morning Mr Carl Ernst on Pan American
and con,
NORTH.llourn Boulevard entertained
girls across the coun- .., .. linner at Ryder's Congress *
s and l-Mr Carter Harriam and a. L. RIraTv.n -0-
last week Mr Carlton
want Part of teen' "Through modern dance and I )nn, Birthday cake was served houseguest -
< today music, it showed the rebellion -:::: Voart ami. .... T B at the Furchtsams home and Mr, and Mrs Fred Johnson Thayer from Falrport, N.
( hoodlums and chaos says Constance nrnr. 12(1.( on Manus Road entertained as Y. Mr Thayer drove down
Ln than three-fourths of .Jr. Ellin Mortal aa4 Mm, hose enjoying the cake with
of T A. Parntt, their guests Mr and Mrs Ly from Clearwater where has
have Barrow, 17, Monroe Mich, lit. he
people just dm were Mr and Mrs, Phillip
I young 4Cx>L Ira Nel_ and. MrmSrhomMd Graber and their
man grand been
explaining why she liked the spending the winter Also
.
that none of their 114% Peterson, Mr, and Mrs. War
1 d u( show ._t Mm and 101.... R. a Rmton. 114Vi. daughter, Laurel visiting here spending a Florida vacation as
could be considered ren LeFleur and of course, the
ends|. And about 80 per cent Other teen-agers thought the 1-PASTWrST Mr.. J. H;, Morrla >iul. 101.... I, I. Patenaudcs. from Spring Park Minn, DurIng guests of Mr Ernst are Mr,
di movie was I good portrayal of N.al.... 197 the week they were here and Mrs, Kenneth Trescott, !
-0- '
ied that juvenile delinquents t-MlM Lorr Jotirnrar ami 101... I
Barrr hey visited Cyprus Gardens, else from
.rted any Influence over the life on the west side of Lawranea, 111CoL <". Miss Ann Harwich, Mrs. Dorothy Fairport.
their companions New York and that it clearly Vlnent DlxOD l and BarnardMr Wangenstein and Dorothy 3ok Tower Spook Hill, Saniel -0-

1m or though hoods aren'tr showed the race problem in the ..... and-. ..Mn.. .'t. H Qi hia. I1IUWnwaa ichueler spent last Thursday in > Island and Cape Coral Guests in the home of Ray
Even I .lib, Marrk Utt. They were impressed with and Elva
] almost half the area I a aiIbnilu Tampa and while they were PRIm the past week
pals, ., what
af for A g. Wllimi Trophrt they saw on the West
'ns, 55 per cent of the boys Young people who do feel 1-Adm. and 101... R. C. H.._. 101V4. here they met a longtime Coast of Florida were Mr and Mrs Carl Brobst
. cent of the girls that hoods exert a fascination >-<_. L. H. M,Her and. Smart. friend of Miss Hardwlck, Mrs from Willowdale Ontario Mr.
.-d 44 per "._.., 17'4.
interested in reading stor. over either their friends or '"" "* *"". t"" Selma Iwen from WabenoWis --0- Brobst has been in the nursery

.e or seeing movies dealing themselves, point out the excitement 4-Mm I."unirTl'r', J. W' fT"1 Kimball ami. ., who will be spending Clarence and Edith Glass business! there since 1909 '\
Mm.
'h juvenile delinquency nonconformity and I.......... ,1. Ratrrl some time with Ann here in from Fairfield Iowa came
,seven per cent of the wildness of the juvenile dellnmipnta K.toti and n..... Ktnt, 10H forth Port Charlotte down from St Petersburg for
Sxty Hrldi. Rtaill.. Marrk Ink, 1 p.la. with friends Mrmd .
visit their
girls have seen the AH r jnnna far trial, nn. NOIITH-SOUTII -0R..nt a
and
,', -- ------- m ----- -
West Side Storv" which paC I-Mm. T; R. Morar and Mm, V... ""-...f. ", M... VI.BIi .._ Mrs Ed Frank on Bum .SwimlnS7

vie,1, with two Juvenile gangs Chris Bostrow 15, of Minneapolis 1- ':".\. P.." .... II.... ..... I inia ;; ; and L illBls; ii I ford Avenue before returning oAT

the west side of New York Minn, says, "It seems _. ..801.(,. rere their cousins Mr' north next week
t-Mrt. M>r Bam* and. Mm KhanorrVlirrhluno waa".1
I'Irs Davis from
v and 94 per cent of those to give some feeling of power "'4. Harry -0-
iaw the film, liked itiirtv to do something wrong** "The 1 EASTWEbT I nesburg, Pa. who were here Mr and Mrs Peter Bergsors
t-O
11-.1. L Hili.... Bony _.ft. weeks of N, H have been
cent of those I or two visit before Hempsted .
iht
per idea of rebellion against society W' Getaier and Mra, W. U ftHal Warm Mineral
,rtioned saw the picture is always fascinating no 1-7"7 I traveling on to Fort Myers, the houseguests of Mr and oj
Hood and Carl Rauarhir.., 11'4. Mr and Mrs. Harry Scholeld George Guthrie on Maureen
once some saw it matter what "
re than ; pattern it takes, Vanlrw Contract Bndjro CM,
many as six times). adds Blanche Hell man, 17, of Marrk W Tirt .... of San Antonia, Texas; Avenue for two weeks Springs
Indlrldaal PUT for GMT*. DariaaaTrophr Mr. and Mrs John Martin -0-
4ow is it that the teens dls.'l'O"e Monterey Park, Calif,
o strongly of hood- Kenneth El of 1-Col Ira N....... 171.l from' Akron, Ohio, and Mrs Miss Ruth A. Sanger from 12 MTUi South ol VomceOn
am. 17, Penn- -Adm, R. C. Hunloa, VH. Ivelyn Swope from Brandon Toledo Ohio, Is the guest of f
"a. and vet are Interested waken, N J., wouldn want t-N. K. P....... 1M. Irene Kent US 41GREEN'S ..
Fla, all very good friends, on East Hyde Park
and seeing stories 4 Mark Pvora, Ut
reading
to be a hood, but admits he
-
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I-lIuob Bl.-w.rt, 1(4<4 paid Mrs Bolm an unexpected
'it them would like "to do something ex- t-Mn. J. H. Morrl.. HOVfc ,.
M>me of the young people say Citing, perhaps dangerous" Rridr. S"'..... Mirrk tlrt, I ..... risit last week and everyone
FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
'movie. and books show how t-Mra, Jama 0. Kato and UeJUon lad a wonderful time reminiscing
What Is a Hood* > U.I .
help rehabilitate juvenile -Mn. Sn'b SmM and ..... H. I.Pratt .
What makes a hoodlum to -0-
inquents like to and learn others about Indicate differ Most of the teens realize it 1-
,j of people goes beneath Cie surface of a 4-t-Walfer Wolf and Buraard ....... from Baldwin, Kansas, left DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
young
types ..... 17". ,
I learn about these people fancy haircut black leatherJacket M.... C..... B.._ .... Ge.L. Monday after spending some and Air I
1 then know how to try and and flashy hot rod. II. MIller. ".,., time ai the guests of Mr and Heating Conditioning

p them:' explains Jeffery According to Stephen Bar- Mrs Roy Claunch on Pontiac Heating & Air Conditioning Installations

i on. 18 of Rochester NIt nicle 18, of Worcester Mass.. NO CHARGES PRESSED Lane Mr Robinson has the Gas Wafer Heaters
Robinson Hardware Store in Ranges -
a hood is "
I interesting to nee the someone who enjoys
er tide of the tracks," adds hurting people and loves to TALLAHASSEE AP) The Baldwin. Free Estimate -
rren Miller IT of Monterey steal and fight in gangs to policeman found the prowler -0- No Job Too Big or Too Small I
,
,.k. Calif show how 'big' he is. but if but he released him. Mr and Mrs Joseph Belt on 263 So Trait Venice Ph 488-2271
Bid Reputation alone, is afraid of his shadow" Dispatched to investigate a Chlcopa Street left early Thurs .

Many teens feel however, Sandra Hesman 10, of Pauline report that a prowler had run

,t movies and books portray- Neb, defines a teen-age across the yard of a home here

: hoodlums give all young delinquent as a "restless, undecided early in the morning, Patrolman

who can't seem I Iwith
pie i bad reputation Iik person
they set such a bad ex.pIe. to stay out of trouble" Ben Rozer solved the case NEW IOMES

." savs Nancy Mooreid And Ilene Friednch, IS, of quickly
U, of Detroit Mich And Metchen, N, J., points out that He opened a gate and released

,n Wieland, IT, of Blue H 11b I C:oncerned, making movies people to try to art like hoods'?" i the young hoodlum may have a rabbit which had been
.. adds "As far as I'm I ibout hoods encourages young had "an unhappy home life, running against the fence mat
I I When asked specific;v and has turned to crime." In"_ linkli.._" ..n n;______
those special features for

Demarest Recounts Visit


I JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER. .

With Andes HeadHuntersORTH


PORT CHARLOTTE ui airplane in all his life, when
M;. and Mrs Irwin Dema- it returned to pick him up for
1 Malaluka\ Road have the flight back to Quito
umd from South America Films taken on the trip ere
*It they visited the Christ- being processed and will be
n Missionary Radio Station shown at the church as soon

:'JB in Quito, Ecuador, locatit as they are available
12.000 feet altitude in the
lIt of the Andes Mountains
.
WORLD'S ..
White speaking at the First

esbytenan Church last Sun- [!!-I If: r"
evening he related his ex : ( ,
At the Shamrock Blvd. Entrance to Venice Garyem:
of left alone
tenet being Call:
i a tribe of head-hunters in III .\=::''' HUGH PHONE 488-4885

jungles of Ecuador, near "' '''1''''''"
P. Venice Florida
place where five Mission McPHERSON O. Box 1014 ,

ft were slam In January, P59-IJ9 L959-88.

4 by t savage tribe of Auca
'ianj,

There were three in the AvtM '


ded.!,bed Fellowship in as a what'small Demarest Plane pea patch"which de- '64 Chevy n Super Sport with V8 power


'> on the edge of the Jungle
1 ill the villagers came
>
CACT tf"ATr
lOmg> out to meet them Af i
.
their visit and it was timeboard

the plane, he was in
"led the landing strip was

.1 small for the plane to take ,
with three aboard and he
ml himself alone with the
Illn. and unable to under- I
nd or converse with them '

They gave him a concoction
'fink. which he did with mis-

mgs wondering if it was the j
"nous drink che-che" he
1 ward so much about H so'PIned

the drink they servt -
.... mixture of fruit juic.called -

Naheelia, but he said

Wa. never so glad to see .and just the place to enjoy it


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THE 1964 VENICE





> PARADE OF HOMES


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EKBftHaMft _h. u: U" tA.4
c./Jnr:/ //vow 6iip r Sport ni*ZJiwvlrf Satis

'-A A PESSIMIST"BUNDLE. OF Find out for yourself what this Chevy II can really do. If transmiS8 on. Both are optional at extra cost, along with Open Daily For Your Inspection .

NEGATIVES there are hills nearby, let it give them a good going-over. a Positraction rear axle, AM-FM radio, and many other
BACKWARD WALKINS? Then see it give slow-moving trucks the run-around. accessories. And for all its new power, Chevy II rides so 10 a.m. 'till 5 p.m.

With its new extra-cost V8 you need but give the accelerator softly it seems to glide along the highway. That'*

an inch, and this Super Sport will take a mile. because it has high-mounted independent coil springs in
''II *w hsve i tniut- And this great highway performer looks the part it the front and Mono-Plate single-leaf springs in the rear

C| P'ogram' usually proper have an plays so well A glance at its all-vinyl interior ?,, With everything! Chevy II Super Sport has going 6 BEAUTIFUL MODELS
'ilftiliic' outlook Lt ui help and door-to-door carpeting will tell you that. for it, it I no surprise*! your Chevrolet dealer
look fOf There's your choice of either the floormountedPowerglide is anxious to show you its price tag. Because
"M rd to enter- Four-Speed Synchro-Mesh ',hat.'. the only thing about it that isn't
\\t "'. by arranging the or super The Morf/nque/ The Cardinal

-niuranet to mttt your THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS CheveDeChevyE'CorvalfCorvette
t(d")
The Southern Belle The Malibu
Se, them at your Chevrolet Showroom

The Maison Bleu The Stariire II


DUNCAN CHEVROLET ON EAST VENICE AVENUE I ,


1 Mile East of U.S. 41 I 1

Road Venice Phone i8J .J -
U.S. 41 and Englewood I



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PAGE FOURTEEN TH JRSD'AY, MARCH .
THE GONDOLIER r 2''
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. N P C Club NotesHy Club Grouper PracticeMembers Snooper Top RecordsBy I Library Adds New Volumes 1 I IOn


of the Venice RONA SEARS Variety Of Subjects !

-Hy- time. Monday, April 8 at 6 p.m. at Grouper Snooper Diving Club Gilbert Youth Service -.
-00- the Community Center and the held their first practice dive The Beatles have made history by capturing the first (our Five new books on Floridaand 'Market, by Engel; lIisfol'
PETERSON The Social Club will discontinue ladies auxiliary will hold its last Sunday at a depth of ;20 places on the Top 20 list. the New Fisherman's Encyclopedia Europe Since 1648 by )' d
Some 175 residents turned meetings until Oct. 5. At meeting the following day, feet In the Gulf of Mexico "Twist And Shout" has rocketed Into third place to Join by Gabrielsmi are Stillness at Appo'iCation Jl81a> b,
out for the St. Patrick's Day the last meeting plans were Tuesday April 7, at 1:30 p.m. Those diving included Dr "I Want To Hold Your Hand" which is paired at first with among the new titles added to ; I Walk with Lion Er
"
Sing last Tuesday evening at made for a luncheon to be heldon This meeting time ha* been Douglas<< Williamson, Bet 1 "Shi Loves You," and "Please, Please Me the shelves at Venice Free Pub- Cowie, American ECOnoIl\l b
the North Port Charlotte Com- May 13. Members' attendingwere changed in order to give the Steffens, George Alexander. This is the very first week that "Twist And Shout" has lie Library last week. History: by Faulkner; \(
munity Center. This was by far Mrs Alberta Rodgers<< members time to register be Don Weeks and Robin Johnson appeared on the list at all. So you better keep your eye on New adult books are: Reserve System by PrOchn"FedlttJ
the greatest turnout for the Mrs H. MrWilliams, Mrs Beth for the business meeting. Mrs. The spearflshlng team eon their new releases "Can't Buy My Love" "You Can't Do FICTION: Thousand Thousand Fifty Years in Community Sing It proved to Eaton, Mrs. Mary Guthrie, Louis Schmelke is president of elating of Alexander, Week That "Thank You" and "Do You Want To Know a Secret"In Mornings, by Gerald; Sudden by Alexander, Letters Tray !
be one of the happiest and liveliest Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, Mrs the auxiliary. and Johnson readied themselves fourth place are the Beach Boys ""IU"Fun, Fun, Woman, by Lambert; Only Earth, by Twain: Fire Net!
affairs ever. There were Violet Carsten, Mrs. Vernone for the Florida Skin Pun." "Hello Dolly" by Louis Armstrong has moved up to the Rich Die Young, by Pentecost Time by Baldwin Eleetnce

Irish songs, stories and jigs, Tracey, Mrs Lillian Bissell, The Greater Pittsburgh Club Diving Assn. meeting In the five ; Honey for the Bears, by by Dariaux; Men, Ship alii
Bolin Edna Florida Keys April 43. Pick Hit: "Nadine," by Chuck Berry' the man who has the Sea National
with everyone doing his part Mrs Virginia Mrs. will meet next Thursday, April Burgess; A God and His Gifts, Geograp
to make it a memorable even Sayre and Mrs. Ruth Han- 2, at 7:30: p.m. at the Com Dr Williamson, club president ore of the all.time great rock and roll hits, "School Days by Compton-Burnett; Man I Society; EverYday Life ? !
Weeks AI-
selman Center from praised the team spirit This last Two on cient Times -
munity Everyone York Bells of Shore- National
Killed
Ing. There were so by ;
,
many specSallies I
List
it is impossible to list -0-- the Pittsburgh area has an Invitation which wee evident despite re. Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The ditch by Kennaway; Reuben,
them all Outstanding was the Dr. Terrence Peterson, Pastor to attend these meetIngs cent adverse water and weather 1 1 1 "1 Want to Hold Your Hand," and Reuben, by DeVries; When the Creek, by Moorehead: TW!r
piano playing of Helen Johnson of the First Presbyterian and meet with friends and conditions. "She Love You" Beetles. . 109 Lion Feeds, by Smith; Martyred My God by Wouk Naked Cn7
r+ dancing by Dotty Schuelerand Church of North Port Charlotte, neighbors in a worthwhile club 2 Z Z "rle8lle, Please Me" Beatles III by Kim; A Fine Madness, by Packard '
Mrs Johnson, singing by announces a special Maundy that I is moving ahead. The next : "Twiat and Shout" Beatles . 1 by Baker; Big Man, by Taylor: REFERENCE!: !: New m
Mrs. Reynolds Mrs Lilly Thursday Communion serviceat Pittsburgh" Club Dance will beheld Florida Lives 4 S 4 "Fun, Fun, Fun" Beach Boys :III Too Young to Be a Grandfather man's EncvclopMw) i by JV!
Downs and Mrs Frances the church tonight at 7:30.: on Saturday, April 18 .t 7 7 "HeUo, Dolly" Louis Armstrlnl II by Temple; Golden Lightning nelson; McGraw-Hill v7.Clb
i } Brown. Mr. G Hennessy acted The choir anthem will be 8 p.m. in the Center. Up To Name 8 II 10 "Klllln' Cousins" Elvis Presley 4 by Brand; Darkwater, by book of Science and ivv'ogy !
as master of and "Lamb of God." -o- to Only You" Eden; Case ot the Daring Divorcee 1964
ceremonies 7 II 16 "M, Heart Belong ; Exotica in byfjj
tt did a commendable job. Mr Dr. Peterson will leave on The Michigan! Club will hold _r loriaa L'L, named. tor.. its H now_.__ Vttston '... .". .". .-.- . :I by Gardner; Pigeon !
Kean Monday for St Louis, Mo., its meeting on Wednesday "Dawn: ( Feathers and Other Stories by FLORIDA SHELF
Claude danced to the era by Ponce de Leon, is living 8 4 :3 (Go Away) Fiona
tune "Turkey in the Straw" ; where he will attend the Gen evening April 1 at 7S0: p.m. In up to its name more than ever Four Seasons . ... ... .. 7 Updike; Children at the Gate, a Guide to the Southernmort
Frank Wagner and Sam Mat eral! Synod of the Evangelic the Community Center. All Gladiolus and chrysanthemums : o 0 8 "HI Heel Sneak en"Tommy by Wallant; Little Girls, by State Writer's program\

thews sang several popular Presbyterian Church The Reformed former Michigan residents are by the million are shipped Tucker . .. ... .. ..... 3I0 Bowen; Andrew's Wife, by Anglers! and Muscleheadi,, v.
Irish sonfs Many who helped Presbyterian Synod urged to come on out north every winter Recent 10 11 "Glad All Over" Booton; Convention, by Kneb- Gifford; World Outsid.
with the fine entertainment are will also be meeting in St -o.. estimates value the Sunshine Dave Clark Five . .. . .. 4 el; Rouge's Harbor, by Fletch Door, by Goin; A Guide to S
not mentioned here but all in Louis at the same time and the The men of the NPC Volun State's potted and cut flower 11 "Shoop Shoop Song' (It', In IliaKies art; Black! Amber, by Whitney. West Writer's Program?\;
all it was a grand night for the two denominations will be hold. leer Fire Dept and the auxiliary industry at more than $14 mil )" Betty Everett . . 1 NON-FICTION: Capital, by Belie of the Evert'adei is
Irish. The Community Sings log' their meetings together will hold a Joint meeting on lion annually With carnations 12 18 "The Way You Do The Things Marx; Best in Magic by El. Emerson, God Has genum
are held every Tuesday evening since they will merge into one March 30. at 7:30 p.m. at the and roses now being grown on You Do, ) Temptations . 3 liott; Fun with Magic by Humor, by Hall Hunted 'C"
et 7'30 at the Center so church body at Synod. Mr. Pet- home of Mr and Mrs. Hennk a field scale, Florida's flower IS IS 20 "Blue Winter" Connie Francis 4 Leemlng; Oil Painting" Step by Emerson.

come on out and have a good erson will also have an opportunity sen, 3M Marlus Road, to plan production promises to become 14 J2 8 "Java" Al Hlrt . . . . 8 Step by Guptill, Complete
: to visit with their son for their first barbecue to be an even more important crop. 15 20 "Stay" Four Seasons . .. 2 Book of Pottery Making, by Tropical hurricanes
Terry Paul Peterson a Sophomore held in May This is a very important Playing a vital role in this 18 11 "Suspicion" Terry Stafford . 2 Kenny; Artists' Handbook of damage in three miut!'
in Covenant College in meeting and all the Industry is the Gulf Coast Experiment 17 "Needle. and Pins" Searchers 1 Materials and Techniques, by Ing seas, flooding ways: nour.j.
St. Louis, before returning members are urged to attend Station at Bradenton 18 "Crooked Little Man"Serendipity Mayer; How to Make Collages, Of these, the moat and wlnda
home Thursday April 9. -- I a unit of the University of Flor- Singers . .. ., 1 by Lunch: After the Fall a is the action of deatrucfti
-.- Circle No 2 of the First Presbyterian da's Agricultural Experiment 19 "Thlnk" Brenda Lee .. .. 1 Play in Two Acts, by Miller; ricane tides whIch waves and hiss
Warld War T Veterans will Church of North Port Station at Bradenton, a unit of 20 7 7 "Good News" Sam Cooke .. 5 Great Treasury Raid, by Stern; hours can in s (lee
hold their regular meeting next Charlotte will meet at the homeof the University of Florida's Agricultural Standard Handbook for Secretaries ion cause as much eras
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock Mrs Spencer Riley on Du- Experiment Stations by Hutchinson; Vital as a century of ordmm
at the Community Center. rango Avenue in Warm Mineral In order for Florida's flowersto Committee Named Balance, by Mennlnger; Rein- wave action.
Frank Rodman I is Commanderof Springs on Wednesday, April maintain a good demand on ., hold Craft and Hobby Book, by
the Barracks. The veterans I I at 2 p.m. Mrs Gordon Nixon the nation's markets and to i Reinhold; Minister and the
and their auxiliary are will be in charge of the circle draw top prices, the flowers Choir Singer, by Kunstler:
ning a covered dish Plan'j study in the book of Peter. must not only be beautiful but I At Grove CityGROVE I Mein Kampf, by Hitler, Four
Mrs. :Ruth McWUliams I is circle have good lasting quality, Dr. Days United Press Internal-

leader R. O. Marie plant pathologist: tonal: Heart of the Hunter, by
-- with the Gulf Coast Station, explains : CITY Standing' Rhodes; Publicity, William E. Van Der Post; Selected Letters
I The Republican Club in one of the objectives of I 964 committees: were designated << Herdman; Lot Clearing, Austin of Bernard Berenson by Me-
North Port Charlotte has been research at the station is to Increase by President James D. Pad Gill and Charles Spinosa ; Zoning Comb: God's Own Junkyard
very active this season The the keeping quality of ovano at the monthly session' of Harry Inskeep, George E. the Planned Deterioration of
report on the food sale held lowers the Grove City Civic Assn held FOR EVERY Friday, March 20 in the shopping Dr. Mage says that when recently in the Charlotte County to Federation, Clayton Blake; History of Mankind,
c1h KITCHENI center will be given at the. the weather I is cool and wet, en. building. Rhodes, George Eggett, Harry Vol. 1 Prehistory and the SERViSOFTCompare
i next regular meeting on Wednesday tire shipments of flowers of Civilization Howto
maybe In kefp. Beginnings :
Crocodile +tears No, real ones One hondb wv.eNine April 8. The Club Is ruined The business meeting was
by disease enroute to Padovano, chairman of the Buy Stocks a Guide to
if hit furniture it moved by and waterY card and fash- held following an' enjoyable
planning a party
market. The disease is causedby organization's streets and roads Waking More Money in the
taraleti, cut-fate companies. Ion show to be held on Saturday air-borne mold which overed dish dinner served under -
W'I spores committee, reported his re -
guarantee careful handling April 4 at I:30 p.m. at the attack the blossoms. Since the the supervision of Chair. quest for of street
Mrs John O'Donovan as- repair pave.
Community Center. Several man ,
speedy service Phone TODAY disease frequently develops after -
ment in Grove City had been
slated Mrs George E. Eg-
J ladies are being chosen to mod.el by
packing and shipping, the
favorably received by the
THINK OF I the clothing being furnished : gett Mrs. WUllam McGarryand
; rower may not know that his county department and it Is anticipated !
Rhodes
by the Avenue Apparel Shop in! Mrs. Clayton
flowers are infected until his the project will get
Englewood. The committees appointed
I customer complains underway in the near future.

I I J. W. MOORE DUTCH HOSPITALITY been The testing Gudf Coast various Station chemicals has were Roger: Mashke Canal and and Milton Waterfront Niel., Down"Padovano signs also have reported been procured "Slow I Get the best car rental deal fromECUNOCAJIthe

11II EUSTIS, Fla. AP) The for the control of the disease son; Post Office, Charles E. by the association for place- I
PLUMBING CO. Dutchman; got his answer In Now researchers have found Yale and Karl Yungel; School, ment at the entrance to the
I Mrs James D. Padovano Mrs
Dutch' a water-soluble chemical which
I Harbor Lights On The Trail Grove City canals to warn
Jan Van Der Lug, a nativeof retards the fungus growth. The R. N. Stephenson and Mrs boatmen to curb their sneedIn
PHONE 4884450 > Holland who now lives in chemical will allow growers to Richard Butler; Streets and the canals Charles E. Yale only difference is the low
Road., James D Padovano; price
Sustis. walked into the Cham- harvest and handle their flow. will supervise the installation
her of Commerce to find the era when wet, therebv: insuring Entertainment and Speakers, of the signsA .
secretary penning a letter to a fresher higher quality flo,.. William E Herdman; Ways letter has been received Offers you MORE Costs you LESS
p. C Foot of Curacao, who had er to the consumer. and Means Mrs. Ray Wolke from the Charlotte County
written a letter of inquiry abouta Although the chemical I is still and Mrs George E. Ecgett; Health Department in responseto FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%
winter vacation to Eustis under test, all results to date County Budget and Taxes, association Delivery
complaint by the .
a Credit cards honored
Recognizing the Dutch name, have I been favorable leadingDr. Charles E. Yale, James D. stating that the health officials
ii'f2 flIOA'S HiSTL1t Van Der Laag asked to answer Magie to believe that this Padovano. Mathlas Bowser and are taking action to have Safety Stat-Belts By the hour, day
the note and even offered to may be the answer to the Albert F. Maxwell; Member I dilapidated building and lot Go; Oil)(, Insuraoc week or month
MOW Poet the town when he crower'. problem of providing sWp, Robert N. Stephenson cleared the
as requested by association
rrives. only the best in_cut_flowers John O'Donotan and Clayton i .
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It was announced that a committee DrtVj our Mew
is exploring the feasibility .
automatic sN*
ef having Grove City
write ornpmo YOU,. street signs renovated.The 2-dow YALWm, $399
apt board of directors stated "
Alsootherfine :::
that while the association is
CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
MORE CHRYSLER increasing its membership, a .... a....... ,., _
y n campaign for new memberswill at slightly higher rates..

5+ 1 : Ip be stepned up under the direction
of Robert N. Stephenson

membership chairman.
A proposed amendment to JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO

the constitution was submitted RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096
by> the board of directors extending -

/ ax to "civic( \membership minded persons eligibility sincerely GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVenice
r
h interested in
M promoting
,
,w. the welfare of Grove City, subject Shopping Center

to the "approval of the CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER
membership. A vote on adoption -
'. of the amendment will betaken RENTALS OR LONS TERM AUTO LEASING.

at the next general meet..
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,' a 1 at Us most beautiful,
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IS THE TIME TO SEE US ABOUT OUR

BEAUTIFUL, EASY.TO-OWN NEWPORT

j jlJ Imagine Florida before resorts..,before tourltts and
J crowded beaches. lush, beautiful lazy.warm' and 0 Finest Chrysler quality ever. U More beautiful than ever.
quiet It s still very much that way at Cape Haze but
N Backed the first
Ex- by 5-Year/ I Engineered better than
with modern touches to add to your enjoyment
clutiva, yet not expensive,this lovely community has 50,000-Mile Warranty any car In Its class.
a private Gulf Beach, large swimming pool and
cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet and
trap shooting, paved and shrubbed roads and central
water system. A paradise for bathers, boaters and s
sportsmen...Just 6 miles from Boca Grande fine 'SOLID PROTECTION WITH CHRYSLER'S 8-YEAR/SO,000.N'ILE WARRANTY. Ctiryslef' Ccfpofital warrants,for
and golf facilities Seclusion without i yeas or JO,000 miles wtuefitvw corns tint against difwti.is nuUrub and workfnmthip and sole raptec! or repair at I Chrysler
fishing
I tarpon locale for home In Motors Corporation AuHiomtd Deslw plan ol business,till signs block, head and intimal parts,(state sumlok), ester' pump,
.
,: Isolation. .the perfect your trantmiwon' use and internal' p'UelcludlOlfI.nual( clutch),torqui eonvirter,drive shaft, universal joints rear axis and diRwanIII '
sites from $3500.
j Florida.Two thirds acre residential .and rear wheel l bearings of"its 1964 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 manila er 4.000 miles, A COMMUNITY
LEADERMany
whKhvsr comas Erg, the al l niter' replaced every snood oil change and the carbureter *lr* cleaned months and
replaced every 2 years,and every 6nonthsturnuhes to such a dealeesvdaeceii I porformanc' of:required I =and :requests
i, the desist (o cwtifyO(I receipt of such .V1dSIICIlnd ((2)) tile C 1t'5 than currant 1N1eI,.. General Telephone employees mile!

CAPE HAZE CORPORATION nine', daily contributions to their communities

Ira I ... r. 0. Box I1Y P......... Florid leaders of PTA,civic and service organizations !.

a 1 1 II nM.aM, N" ,.LM a .e N.U."5.awl,'. MOVE UP TO CHRYSLER 'B41/ WE'LL MAKE IT EASYI I and neighborhood clubs. Q And

771 Nw.14 M(Mil.77S .1 M V C.P.nl .Hoj.C .- like you, they take pride in being good GENERAL
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/, Mil ei.rlY.wN tott M M also U{ ewe 7f ---CEi.! 1 community citizens 24 hours a day..."l

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employees and their idle
r.rrI as community; '
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leaders, '
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THURSDAY, .MARCH. 2ft. 1964 THE L I E R PAGE FIFTEEN

and Mr. and Mr. Jack Westmortland -
Oa the way home they came time they had three houses, board of the Venice Contract executive with the Martin Co. log for a visit from their son of Miami lilt week.
I Venice East News up the West Coot and spent the Ohama house, the Mill's Bridge Aasn She la secretaryof in Orlando and family, Mr. and Mrs, Burt Mrs. Thomas If a dater of Mr.
some time In the area. During Road house and the new one the WSCS ladies organisa -oHouaeguesta Erick and children Pamela Tracy and during their ftay
this time they: purchased a in Venice East.: After Mr. tion of the Grace Methodist at the Herbert Susan and Rudy. The ion, asia here they aU went to Wit,
By SALLY STl'BBS home on HlU'e Road In Laurel. Gould' retirement they sold Church and la also the editorof Erick home on Paddington his father Is an ardent golfer another sister Mrs Daisy Segfer -
The Ralph Goulds of 225 Venice East Blvd. hold the "Flr.t For ten years they spent partof the other two and are now per. the official church NEWSCASTER Road over the weekend were but the elder Erick Is In St. Petersburg The
Famfy" honon .In Venice East, In 1961 they built the first home every year here and part manent residents in Venice Mr. Gould is a memo Mr and Mrs. G, M, Thynell 'afraid the son can beat him. Tracy'* stayed with the sister!
owned house In' the development, The Goult. were originally back in their home In Omaha East. ber of the board of trustees for their Ion Dave and daughter Burt I. Athletic Director of in St. Petersburg while theyrre I
from Omaha, Neb., where Mr. Gould for 38 years had his ownbusiness attending to Mr. Gould's business. Although they are retired the Grace Methodist Church. Linda Mr. Thynell! is a sclent1st Hopkins Preparatory School In looking for a home in
the R. N. Gould Co, an accounting and tax consultant from business they certainly The Goulds are very proudof with Pan American workingon New Haven Conn.0 this area Mr. Tracy is art
firm In 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Gould came to Florida to attend When Venice East was just are not retired from activities their two sons. Ray is assistant the missile program at tlrfd master sergeant with the
National ParentTeachersronv developing they bought five lots They are active in bridge circles professor of English at Cape Kennedy and rending in Mr and Mr.. Edward Tracy IT S Army While on European
I ntion In Miami tee I' representative at the convention and In 1961 In February moved and Mrs. Gould has justbfo..n State Teachers College In Dick- Melbourne, of 121 Sandhurst Drive entertained duty in Germany he met his
Mrs. Gould was a d from her district into their present home At that elected a member of the enson, N D., and Calvin t is an Mr. and Mrs. Crick: are hop" Mrs. Mary L. Thomas rife, the then Ottilie M. Platy
__
-- .n ind they were married in her
home town Frankfurt on the
Nieder. After the war Eddie
N brought his bride OWe to this
P alaeausia aasalc country and to his family home

W-0 HAND Qridt F.... fc/t lalp. GnIeA" Unit Ole Yew CMce Whs. $S sr Mare Onler IMI OM Whfc $S M Mere Oraar COLOIIALTk's In The Mount home Ponsctte I is in a, green Mass. country .'

and on It lake and Mrs.
% ShortenCRISCOin Tracy explains her arrival as
Sugar
t \ ; coming to a dream. The dream
Is now complete as she has her K
own home. Her only relative
) Lb. are in Germany her step-mother

4 to 8 1.&. Sao Mrs. Barbette Platz, a sifter ...
1
/ 3U.Caa. k 3-U. Lillie I a brother Marx and a
f AveragePer 3 9 C UVI SAVE CR51SCOg C SAVE AS3TORg C 5 SAVE 49c Tracys teenage are brother both good Otto bowlers. The '

Pound lot w. 22c I 20 20c ind are going to be !good \golfers i
Mr. Tracy aerves on the
H _____ executive committee of the

FxCE lE .. .. .., ua..r.a. _eratrwaa.a..uiert.r South Venice Area Fire Dept.
of the board
and is a member <
MM Weed Mad 261121 TIIIm MAID W-D BRAND LEAN.FrethGround Tr-D IUND U. S. Choice date T... of trustees of the. Venice EastCommunity .

E-Z CARVE A'n.Haley i
VENICE STORE ONLY
Beef

STORE HOURS: Ice Milk Bib Boast Report l

9/ .". (e 9 pm. MOM thru Frt By REP. JAMES A. HALEY
9 e m. to 7 pm. Sat. Perhaps the greatest reward

US. 41 & SAN MARCO DR. Gallot Half 39C lb. 39 SAVE 10e U. 79limit that the an people elected-representativeof at whatever !
level can have is the knowledge
Rights. Raervd Per Poand that he has beer actively
instrumental in achieving a result -
of real and immediate benefit
to the people with whose
SAVUSc -1HR1FTr MAID SAY Se-TH R IHYMAIDa CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL public affairs he was entrusted
3" I* by virtue of his election. r
Plums aSef', SPRING I Corn LkdtSlx Choke IDe It thus experience has been a for richly me rewarding to.

Purple lAVE lot THRIFTY MAID ,
.. P-APPlf GRAPEFRUIT have had the opportunity ta go
a6 *r. to but for the citrus Industry of
; CandiegFREE
..JjkJ i Drink 4 Cam $100 1 the Seventh Congressional District
_. VALUES and all of Florida< as (if
1o.. IAVl3h-Assr.COLORS SCOTT
1hfly': Qi I. I may say so without appear- t
5 $100 Towels. 4 fit.. $100 ing immodest) a first-string
"
= player on the team which lick- l
SAVE Re.ASSL COLORS SCOTTIES FACIAL ed what undoubtedly was a

lAKDOSUKSWW 100 EXTRA SALE'A'THON Tissue 4 *: ? $1 dangerous citrus The people.success threat of the to our effort own ti> ":

lot CUT KIT! WAX) block Government backing for
TOP VALUE t establishment of off ahore 1\;;\
an -
Flour ,. STAMPS Paper 4 :Et $loo industry competing directly
.. and unfairly with our Florida
Industry has been the more rewarding -
RAY 34 ASST. COLORS SCOTT
With Coupon And because it will benefit
[b. Bag!J i- Purchase Of{ Easter Tissue fissSAVI : 10'SAVf not just our citrus people
cti themselves, but all cf our people -
5 29' Candy Worth $1 or More r faelC'r., lOc BLUE BAY PINK: As citrus is one of Flor
With Drier T AY tr ".. ida's two major industries that :
SAVI ?, Jl lIlUMfJlUlWt. ll, i Salmon c" 49c 'which benefits citrus people
20 also benefits all the people of ,
rY 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS MAID SWEET
y ...a iw. _ad. a..t,...-.. SAYS ?0c THRIFIY Ns 2Ys Cans "ur state.The ,
menace v' ttBMOANT; "CIndy Wert! $1 or Mon I V'rk Potatoes 3 IjmitTbr.: 49c Hocking waa, of course, the ,
t, .as'+.WI.III_ CJACKIN' GOOD JUMBO proposal by D. K. Ludwig who
uI f j SAVR lie -
a ONI Pie CUITOMII e V jfk" nwns the world's largest cargofleet
Peas a ,-V.WThI.n_ f. y Pies. 3 $100 and also a million orange
r ; bees In Panama, to lease 1,700
t DIXIE DAtlINO BROWN & SERVE acres of government-owned
30. c. .' land In the Virgin Islands on
/ 10'Twirls" I
t Th 49', ; : : Twin Rolls W which he would have planted
S ,'
3 A ... '' I citrus groves and create a new
20c "'!h' r / PECAN Industry in the Islands Now
4i: W $100 lit Is true, as Interior Department
6.6-6 FERTILIZER ...................................... 50 Ib B Gg" I 3 I backers of Mr Ludwl'l'I
I proposal contended that 1.700
WM n. Half acres of citrus would not offer
TYKES SUGAR CREEK( SMOKED K much competitive threat to

3sa...-TOP..VALIII.......STAMPS-.. I those Florida's 1,700 vast acres rrreage represented. But
Lanolin ileaIlirslrar'i.N Center only a minor fraction; of what
No t
1 :: 49e": Mr Ludwig really wanted
'.- What Mr. Ludwig. really-
.. 'alC""o" Slices RemovedSmall
wanted was authority which
=vat rwM.u W' $ would have been spelled out in
GJ HA
Convenient rI
1"ils lease to trananert the pro-

WJUJml'lJ.lNlNf.UllY/fJ: : ) 10 to 13 lb. Size x .Suet rceto of the his Virgin million Is'ai'!: or'ngo"or

so EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS Per Pound s processing as eoneentrnu r.*1
waa as a'al 1W pw i/ rana-ehip to the) Unite 1 s 'fee
tykes61.RNasn for canning and distribution r
4 a.y' sloo I Spelled out limply, what thin.

.......,....C.---. 1 / would have meant was that Mr.
LIIUJ, Y.A/011I TN.na"I CUIIOMa Mmes, ...... pylCaa yyatwM1Y1a1a .RlwCM1JaA3iAL'. __ t udwig would have been able
t..e "i': :l .ESH' r]tO"DO. : to bypass tariff laws and
r; SEABREEZE GRADE 'A' W'D RAND U,$. CHOICI CHUCK OR SHOULDt8 POT regulations and get Into the
"""O.SOEXTRAiOPVALUITAMPS United States duty-free his own
Boneless Boast1 ill.'E 79C'alasseI. Panama-grown oranges, produced ;
... NO. 1 Florida Large and processed bv hm.
I PALM RIVERSliced own cheep labor and shinned
Skip PotatoesIb. 'in his own tankers, manned bv"oweost
.ai.r : Bacon .1&.49c I'" crews. Only the Good
M Us a g-I:: Eggs and Himself knows what this
t ..v' ,. ) PORK 'could have done to the domes-
+Ic citrus market in Florida
-
,tI 10 39r Spare Bibs Ib,49toocxnATOPVAIUSTAMPS > of course but also everywhere.
1 Bag lee citrus Is grown In thucountry
.
But we all know that
VAN PIOLTEN'E.M
.... w pass it would have done prenty-
al "
:: SwIKa/aini 39'1EWIS and none of It good
CesaiN.a um5329 I f : FANCY FLORIDA VALENCIA 2 Dozen O9 C Sauerkraut 561 It Is strange that the Federal .

.... Ilan-N MI.CYnOMtt:- Oranges 5 ... 49c Of MlLWAlKItKiebasa even Government considered such would a propo-have

.... -aN""A FANCY YELLOWOnions ftS..79eCOPEIANDS : iltlon But It not only was considered -
; it was on the verse of
7lll1la'rt I 'I I 31bs.29(! SECRET SEASONED final 1 ermroval bv' the directorsif
o FIRM HEAD GREEN the Virgin islands Corporation -
s
somRA'OPVAWES'1 1:.. "" when vour Florida team In
| Cabbaoo Ib Roll Sausage: lb. 39'
r '> hip ton backed, I hasten
: iai* | >
'C L Cshel''' FANCY TENDER FROZEN FOODS '* i sr |by our Florida team in
071 TARNOWRasunoNStlcin hUs"seeee-succeeded] In t.
Iwl' If'
a Iee- String Beans e M9< rEACH fin*. the ear of the President
= FROZEN 49
FARMHOUSI SkinlessWieners lb-
y.aA It., eh ,t Arm:1I and in convincing him tf the
pq
dire consequences. both economic
mm f LENTEN SPECIALS Fruit Pies BETTY CROCKER SWEET OR lUTTERMIirBiscuits end political. which
+L '''ou'd mult! from this deal. .
lfflinffllW"niiilin mlll'G; I 8'Housewdrefeatures Once) that was done, the transaction
.
STAMPS a called\ off 't!
VISCONSIN SHARP was abruptly
f.0EXTUiOPVALUE"* I 29eAST I am proud to have played on e
Sliiglotoii Frum Cheddar Cheese ". 69' Each SAve!: the team which accomplished\
IrladdSb ,....+r c..;::wwF, WISCONSIN MOZZARELLA CX SEA FIOtENPerch PLASTIC
-N CUISOMA

c ii uan_ ;- Sliced Cheese ". 69 Fillets J'. 39'ORANGE GARBAGE City! C'f"rk'A f.or ChI S"rh"r Arfckrwr.ae '

Cans w! $349 City Clerk Ha.ryV. Hi-er
l.dlMN: ;.UPERBRAND : NIP FROZEN
was due back on the job today .
's EXTRA i0PYAIUE Cottage Cheese &; 29SUPERBRAND OrangeDrink 2-89 ASST. COLORS PLASTIC SWING TOP after attending a four-day
Mw
.55 w? seminar for Municipal Officers
La.5P? GARBAGE and st the
Clerks Universityof

510dSalka" Pkg w mmt1I' ASTOR nOllN IIUSSRS Receptacle Each $19P J Serving Florida In as Gainesville.acting city clerk

ed.aa.eea eaN MMn r.w ONI n.IY MN Cottage Cheese 55 Sprouts 4 ''ot -loa! during Hager's absence was I I I

t Mrs,.clerk Marjorie Delao deputyIt I \,

Mrs. Hager accompanied. her !p' j,
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