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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: April 6, 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: UF00079934:00187
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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first attempted to locate in underwater show along with a r

llwndolirr, photo br IOu Oo.ruk.ni. Venice has switched its plans deer park where tame deer
TIE! !: NELSON FAMILY of Anchorage, Alas- shown looking at the headlines of the Anchorage to a site near Osprey. can be fed by hand. Performing 111 j A / vee
li, who arrived here Thursday to visit Mrs papers they brought along to show Floridaland West Inc., announced ducks, chickens and rabbits t
lllOn'. parents, the Adam J. Marshalls, the Marshalls. The husband and father will it has secured optionsto also will be featured
were one of the lucky ones Their home, probably 'join them here in July before they purchase nearly 200 acres of Ghost Town '

simmer place on near-by lake, their boats, all return home The Marshalls are from land in the vicinity of Black. An authentic western ghost o.a
did most important, their family, came Anchorage: and their home there also survived burn Point Road six miles town with costumed perform.
lough the ordeal intact. Mrs. Nelson and the catastrophe.1NCHOUGE north of Venice. ers acting out street and saloon rt

JK three boys, Sid, David and Roger, are Floridaland officials told the scenes and an old-fashioned

I Sarasota County Planning sightseeing train through the
/ EYEWITNESS Commission at a public hearing I attraction and gardens also is r

Thursday night that their planned. A twin-stack sternwheeler -
riverboat also will car.
plans Include a SO-acre high
quality tourist attractions com- ry passengers on a tour of the

Earth Opened Up plex "exclusively different intracoastal waterway.
from any attraction in the Floridaland officials are
county." seeking commercial zoning for

The proposed complex would a shopping center at the Inter. k
Include the salt water marine section of Blackburn Point
aquarium in which the promot Road and U. S. 41 and com ,

Autos ers tried to interest Venice city mercial zoning further south Kebob br ei.oryl X.lir> !

Disappeared officials for a location at the for parking, entrances to the CHORUS CUTIES smilingly display their bers of the Coquettes chorus line are, from I0

public beach. attractions. and future commercial charms for the villain Simon Darkway (Ed left, Dorothy Koerug, Doris Herron, Mary
Same Firm uses.The Fanning), in the Gay Nineties musical melo- Alice Wheeler, Mary Ellen Meadows, Jackie :
Br DOROTHY GAYNOR caught in the downtown shopping top of the steps and were making Mayor Smyth D. Brohard company says it plans to drama which opens Wednesday for a four- Fanning Elaine Smith, Pam Palmer and i

"At we ran out of the Hobby area when the first tremor a slippery carpet! for them said the principals seeking a (Continued on page 2) night run at the Venice Little Theater Mem. Helen Satava.
op ind down the street to- occurred at 5:38: p.m When it "When we got to the kitchen, change in the zoning for the
did not pass over as they CUS.lomarily the green beans were all over site the same ones
.rd are
Hewitt's Drug Store, a Osprey
\to 30-foot crevice opened! do the boys dashedout the floor Roger said" who sought to locate the ma-I
'IIIdII\ and can dropped of the store and headed The family started down. rineland-type attraction at the Fair Plan Wins After Hassle'
westward "where the building.weren't .
-i.jht down into it. We kept town immediately to try to Venice Beach.
shaking so badly. find Sid and met him in a
nuif\ because the street was Officers of Florldaland West
irking under out feet in two Earth Splits passing car. Inc., are James E. Myers A "should we buy it, or broached by the Sarasota County chambers has a contract with the chambers will select the
nd three-inch fissure like "As we passed a side street, "We returned home to find president; Tom J. Lamberth shouldn't we" argument over a Chamber of Commerce. the county commission to pub- photographs.It .
cobwebs./ a crevice opened there and we everything a mess but prac- vice president, and Donald P. $25,000 "Carousel" had Sara The $25,000 expenditure approved licize Sarasota County. has been estimated according
Thus Sid Nelson, 16-yearoldof could see people sitting in their tically nothing damaged. In Jacobs, vice president and sec sota County commissioners going by tho commission for The Carousel, itself, will bea to Keller, that 88 mil.
Mr. and Mrs Ralph E.Ixn cars with the lights on, 30 or (Continued on page 2) retary.A around in circles last Tues the Carousel, which will display four by four-foot revolving lion persons will attend the fair
described the down- 40 feet down," Sid said. "Some spokesman for the zoning day color photographs of Sarasota display with colorful changing over the two-year period, witha
an Anchorage, Alaska cata- buildings dropped right!: in also ClosedTemporJrily commission said the petitionfor And, despite strong expletives County at the entrance to scenes of the various areas large percentage of that
m In which he found him1 and whole first floor sections Bridge a zoning change came up such as "harebrained"and the Continental Circus, will throughout the county. Keller number taking in the circus.
during the Good Friday were below street levelin late on the Thursday night "unwise spending" from cover the two-year period the said it will be located near the The display has been designed
iiinj earthquake some downtown crevices""The agenda and has been continuedfor the Democrat members of the Worlds Fair is in operation entrance to the Continental by Mel Miller, curator of
!He arrived in Venice Wed- noise was terrible further hearing at 8 commission the Republicanswon Commissioners Masel Hus Circus where it will have to the Ringing Circus Museum
like giant sledge hammers hit. The Blackburn Point bridgeto a p.m. be by enter in Sarasota, which also will be
day night with his mother April 9 in the coun- out by sheer force of ton of Venice and Johnson i passed everyone
xl brothers, eight and nine- ting all the windows," he said. Casey Key will be closedto Thursday commission numbers.The Warren voted against the proposal ing. represented at the entrance to
ar-old Roger and David. The The boy. got to the drug traffic while repairs are under ty hearing room. Said Warren "It's just A committee of five from all the Continental Circus
''ler, an engineer with the store, saw a friend In a passing way tomorrow from Sam. Some of the features to be commission voted 3-2 in throwing $25.000 down the
feral( Aviation Agency in car and hopped a ride toward to 5 pm. the State Road De- offered according to Florida. favor of the Worlds Fair pub- drain and is a hare-brained
diorage, remained there on their home, in the Mer- partment announced. land officials will be perform- licity plan for Sarasota County, plan Huston declared "We Old Ballads On I
pup duties ritt Field section of the city. are wrong in spending! the tax- ProgramFor
Said Mrs. relson, "Both my this We
payers' moneys way.
With Parents
'he: Alaskan Here Is with husband and I were home and h a +btl _, ,ea i iw should take care of people in
family r
1 Nelson's parents, Mr. and I was preparing( dinner The Sarasota VII TearjerkerOldtime
started out as they always
tremor The GONDOLIER lated .
> Adam J. Marshall of 1713 contacted
,Van Road who came here do and we have them ,r C A. (Nick) Keller barbershop harmony organized about six years ago
i year from Anchorage, often but got worse. I looked executive director of the VenIce between the acts of "Love and has been entertaining
' d have just moved into their be doing the twist. the ; merce for more details about odrama which opens Wednes- ever since. All four are from
'we Gardens place. The earth was rolling, the plan to publicize Sarasota day at the Venice Little Theater South Venice and have appeared
called -6
when I
Sid ind a school mate were car ,jiggling and downstairs aA County at the New York fair. will complete the atmos as a quartet in the SouthVenice
the
the boys from where they Keller was enthusiastic about phere of nostalgia for the Gay Follies I and the Nokomis -
recreation room dual the proposal which he said had Nineties comedy. Minstrel
the
HS Golf Team staircase were watching was see-sawing TV. left been approved by all five Singing in the theater lobby "Love Rides the Rails or f
could hardly Chambers of Commerce in the during intermission at the Will the Mail Train Run Tonight
right so they
and
county. Besides Venice and nightly: performances Wednes- !?" will be the final production
ualifies For get upstairs husband yelled for us to Sarasota, these include Siesta day through Saturday will be of the season for the

get My out of the house The dog, wJ 1 Key, Longboat Key and Englewood the South Venice Low Notes. Vemce Little Theater. It is bill x

fate Tourney lying in the living room C-Cs. The quartet featuring Earl ed as a fund-raiser, with the \
couldn't move the floor move- The VACC executive director Smith, Frank Bemm Elmer profits earmarked for Improvements I
'enice ment had become so erratic" noted that each of the five Phelan and Harry White, was I at the airport playhouse.
High School' strong I.
I \team Slippery Carpet I
xrth in the Friday qualified for David and Roger said their I ..'V I
state tournament
finishing second to Mana- progress up the steps was books fur r .:', Friday Last Day To Win
Hijh of Bradenton in themet ther Impeded! by comic ; ,
at the :
which had been stacked I
Bradenton
meet at
entry Club. ,
Competing In a field of 16 tr

181 nice l AA had and an Class aggregate A schools score, Cancer DriveIn $50 Extra Contest Prize .

"J to 311 for the winning CharlotteCAPE E
math team. Sarasota was Gondolitr' photo br -Bo* ObndorflNokomis The close of the second vote cash prize added to the winnings on fighting to win until the
'4 with 315 The Char. NEW ELK CHIEFT..N James Leighton, Lodge 854 B.P.O. Elks. Installing period of the $4500 Subscription of the contestant credited finish
Venice's Bill Johnson and HAZE Drive is I center accepts the gavel from Howard Morrow officer was Hoke S. Bowden left, grand exalted I I Contest at nine o'clock Fri with the largest amount of Win Half a Battle
Cancer
II mm Satava took medalist lotte County and the leaders right, immediate past exalted ruler as ruler. day night will see an extra $50 money for subscriptions to The The close of the second vote
runnerup honors with well under issued way a call for generous he assumes new duties as head of Vemce- X- X- X- GONDOLIER during the past period Friday will determinehow
ores of 71 and 75, respective. have two weeks many of the contestantswill


'W'Johnson's 3 18th I double hole.71 was bogey registered on the Includes contributions.West Charlotte part of Englewood i Contestants Change Vote Positions r Race Close clubs When of this subscriptions period ends30, will throw To win their half short winning a of victory the away.then

stop goal as
3""ny Kiehl had an 82 and and the beaches, under is being leaderShip coy- yield 23.000 fewer votes. Individual some contestants seem to have

'I lid the Bowles an 84 to round of by Mrs.a team C. W. Zabrlskie. Today's vote report of contestants in The GONDOLIER'S Mrs. Marjorie Maurice, Box 357, Nokomis .o.o. 3,046,200Mrs the clubs subscriptions will also making be worth-p done, reflects lacks of initiativeand
Venice scoring Leona E. McKibben 311 E, Safford NPC, Venice 960,300 self-confidence It also
and Mrs Contest shows that some changes were
The Rich $4,500 Subscription from 1.000 to 10.000 fewer votes
tate meet will be held Mrs. George made in their vote positions last week Mrs. A. C. Traver Mrs Kenneth Norwood, Box 235, Nokomis . 3,419.900 toward winning the $2,482.50Ford means the loss of a prize which
nth"inter. Haven late this JAinrcfoseofth.drIve.breakfast? a took the lead from Mrs Margaret Paul and Mrs. Mary Mrs. Margaret Paul Mun. Tr. Park, Venice .595,100 or cost and other prizes. was half won and then left for
First and second place be held for those Scaglione moved from 11th to seventh place. Most other Mrs Mildred M. Pedersen Rt. 1, Bx. 230, Venice .515,100 some more ambitious contest. ,
'!* will up Just one extra $30 club finished
In each district tourney volunteered to assist. contestants held their positions, but some of them were ao Mrs. W F, Pool Gulf Drive, Venice . . . 587,800 Friday instead of next wee',- ant to finish winning.
'hector the state who Mrs R Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamiami Tr Venice 3,409,100 Much
close in votes that Just one extra $30 club or a few big three can be accomplishedin
$14 subscriptions would change their positions Mrs. Ruby Roblnett Laurel . . . . . .. 649,600 can easily mean the difference a short time by any contestant .
TIDESVENICE Fraser ElectedTo year A $50 EXTRA PRIZE is at stake this week. This prize will Mrs Almeda Sanborn Tarpon Center Venice 1,922,300 between winning any one of who will make up his or
the .
INLET be the contestant being credited with the largest Mrs Mary Scaglione, Box 1618. Venice . .. . 3,433,800 big prizes.Friday her mind to be a winner and
won by
High Low Head Rotary amount of money for subscriptions during the second vote Mrs. Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress, Venice . . ..3153400 Last Day who will hunt for subscriptions
111 Apr 8 10:50: 2:15: nm Elkins Fraser we selected period ending Friday, April 10. Any contestant in the list who Mrs Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress Venice . .3,588.800 Instead of reasons for not being
am
John Mrs Rt. 1 Albee Rd., Nokomis . .595,700 The competition for the ex
Polly Taylor ,
I able to
of the win this prize by Friday get any more.
this week easily
6:41 will can
president
: 1:10pm: 1964 65 get busy
pm tra cash has not beenas
$50 prize
Mrs Box 703 Nokomis . 931,500
1 Apr 7 10:50: am 3:10: am I Venlce-Nokomis Rotary Club night. The race for this prize is also close. And subscriptionsare Dorothy Thompson, keen The only difference betweenthe
Mrs A. C, Traver 204 Circle Venice 3596,700 as was expected.
Bayshore ,
contestant the
will look for them with biggest
7,45 2:33 the club's.new plentiful for contestants who
; : pm
pm last week by Many of the contestants who
Mrs. Viola Wood 342 Matara Ct. NPC Venice 3,363,500
; ; ,
Apr 8 10:47 am 3:55: am board of directors. He will\ take This standing includes votes credited through Friday, went out during the first vote (Continued on page 8)
Mrs. Lucille Bates and Mrs Joyce Toole were not credited
count but shows comparative
8:57: 3:35: pm succeeding President April 3. It is not an actual or accurate ,
pm July 1. period and built vot totals
office
"* with subscriptions for one full week and have been droppedas up
Apr ( 10:49: am 4:31: am George H. Wheeler Jr, position. that would have guaranteedsuccess SV Fire Hall Open
VOTE POSITION contestants in compliance with the rules requiring regular '
,,
9:52 4:25 director. NAMES alphabetically
: pm : pm who will continue officers as a elected Mrs Ralph M. Adrian, Box 264, Venice . .. .... 3401,300 weekly reports. Their votes have been cancelled, can not be seem to have "let up"during For Dues PaymentsThe
OU4.85
this crucial
STUMP PASS Other .2,558,400Mrs. transferred and they forfeit all right to a prize or commission period.
Howard Vaughn vice- Mrs James Altman 936 Groveland Unless contestants who slow South Venice Area Vol.
J. .
High:" Low were Nokomis .. ..... 3,583,600 "CLUB YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS"Contestants
James E. Blades Box 738 I
Rawles ,
ill Apr 6 11.52am: 2:53am president; Earl N P. Venice. ........ 3362,400 who make an effort to get $30 clubs of subscriptions ed down get busy and do some unteer Fire Dept. will be open 1.
Donald S. Breding 933 Dawn St.,
and A. Walter real before the from 9 a. to 4 this week
treasurer; than all of their campaigning m. p m.
7.43 1:48 can poll more votes on report days
: pm : pm 3040, Nokomis ....... 3398,000
Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Box
"" APr 7 11:52:; am 3:48: am Johns, secretary. Venice .. 739,200 competitors who report Just one or two subscriptions. Build close of this vote period, their' for receipt of members' dues.

j 8:56: pm 3:11: pm la addition to the officers the F. Mrs.Mrs. J.Charles A. Hightower W. Jones, 529 Box Riviera 313, Osprey. .... .... 354,700 subscriptions into $30 clubs for your reports from now until opportunity to win may be lost The group will have a broiled I I
11 Apr 8 11:49: am 4;:33am new directors are George Kralik 745 Venice . . 82S.22Mrs ? the contest ends and you can win. Be a leader not a laggard forever. They will go down in I' chicken barbecue at the fire j .
9:59: pm 4:13: pm Gibbs Jr., Dr Leon Terry, Ger- Eugene Laurel. Dr., Englewood .3.209,700Mil. Stem that tide of defeat NOW before it U too late. Your defeat ,just because they did hall on April 18 from 4 to 7
E. 1898 Neptune
Kroupa
w\ Apr 8 11:51: am 5:09: am aid R.Anderson.Shell and Robert L.'. Mary John Kruse Rt., 1. Bx. 852, Venice ?.,.*.,.... 2,368,300 initiative and ambition leads the way. not have it within them to keeD i3.la
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WILLIAM ABBOTT (Continued from pare 1)
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Oscar William Abbott 62:) j" our immediate area even telephone
La Palma Ave.. Noknn.. j.!; a service and lights had A
Wednesday at Bay Pme Vet. been restored by the next day, I
erans Hospital. but none of us had any Bleep i
A native Ohioan he lived In for two nights," Mrs. Nelson
Van Wert, when he ov :d the aald.
O. W. Abbott Rating Co until The rest of the town had not ROOM AIR CONDITIONERs
his retirement in !1960 The MYM fared so well, she laid.
Abbotts came here that year "When we left Tuesday night
He was a member I of Ro:k- t- J tiFY..a there was a sheet of a million best bargain !
ford, 111, American begnn t t gallons of gasoline on Cook In- your
Post, Continental Lodge 970, let (which is encircled by the
F&AM in Continental Ohio central part of town and one
was a former member at Van of the most exclusive suburbs!)
Wert Chamber of Commerceand and everyone was being warned
a member of Van Wert not to strike a match. One look inside
Methodist Church of the storage areas for a gasoline f
Survivors include his widow. s eY company had broken." 1
Joan Abbott; a daughter Miss aA tY The classroom don of the.
Victoria Ann Abbott and a M million West High
i, stepdaughter, Mrs David Wilson School and Government Hill
both of Nokomir a stepson Elementary School were de- and why
Ted Kolter of Nokomia; stroyed.! Fourth, fifth and see
his mother, Mrs Elizabeth Sixth Streets, in the vicinity;
Abbott Hayes of Rockford, 1 yy of L-Street where Sid had been
Ohio; a brother. Trueman Abbott the major downtown area is
of Rockford: a sister Mrs completely gone. So are the
Flo Dellinger!! of C'aremont. buildings at International Airport
Calif, and four randchlldren all major apartment
Masonic services were held buildings, several Just built,
Saturday at Rawles! Funeral I and all the. major downtown
Home Chapel with Venice w' buildings. In the Merrill Field
'
" Lodge 303. F&AM, officiating + .fY district a five-mile radius
Burial in Gulf Pines Memorial area is In disaster statue
Park. Hardest hit residential area
was the exclusive West Turna
Gondolier photo hr Bob Obmdorf) lain area on Cook Inlet.
MARINELAND
PRESBYTERIAN 'CHURCH HOUSE'-Mem- Rev. David A. Bowres, and will house ad. Pair Swallowed Up
Continued( from page 1)) bers of the Venice-Nokomls Presbyterian ministrative offices, conference room and
"When husband flew over
Church building committee architect and educational and my
library, space, dining room
develop the surrounding area there the next day enroute to
waterview contractor gather for the signing of the con- kitchen. Mrs. Harold C. Beake, building com-
for waterfront and an inspection of the Cordova
tract for the new $110,000 facility. Groundwas mittee chairman signs the contract with
homesites and also plans to area, he said the $100.OOC
broken service R, A. Currin of Sara-
following worship Sunday building contractor, had
build a 150-unit motel. The motel Lowell Thomas Jr. home
site is on the Trail at the and construction is slated to begin to- sots; Harold T Hays, building committee dropped off the cliff and the
southern end of a 3,000 foot day. The new building will become "the hub secretary; Gerald Shell, treasurer, and E. Charles Atwood home was only +
frontage. I of total church activity," according to the C. Hannebuth, architect, looking on. a mass of floating logs. Many s

The firm is hopeful that con. families were lost there. One
struction can begin soon, with father was playing outside AP P
the opening planned for Dec. 1. High Selects SarasotanGubernatorial Talk On RosesAt with hit children when a
Final action on the toning crevice opened and swallowed
will rest with the county commission candidate Robed -chairman of his Sarasota cam- E'wood them and then closed up."
after it receives the King High today announced paign. Mrs Nelson said Anchorage 1 Quick Cooling at high speed for hot, 5 Claaner Air because of extra-large, per
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I Planning! Commission' recom the appointment of Robert Carr, a native of Rhode island residents plan to stay and re- humid rooms. Qnittir Cooling and manentwasheblefilteeremovablesitu.greater (-
mendation. J. Carr, Sarasota attorney, U is a graduate of the Sara- ENGLEWIOD-Roses, their build. Her family will continue dehumidification at lowtpeed out detaching grille
,t IOta public schools, attended care and culture, will be discussed to live there although shedoesn't setting. S Enhtutts stale air, Venti In fresh air
at the \
regular: April know when they will
Cornell University and was
meeting of the Lemon Even Tamperaturei automatically mainwith simplified control setting.
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES graduated from the University Bay return. She hopes to enter the 2
Garden Club at 10 tained by big extra-sensitive thermostat
of Florida in 1961. a.m. todayin children in school here to com 7 Inside-Out Protection against rust, cor-
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY While at the University of Church.St. David's Episcopal plete the term. They also are 3 Flaiibti Air Flow lets you select more main Hit air with "Weather Armor I
Miami, the High for Governor hoping Mr. Nelson will be able than 10 variations for personal comfort.metel for casing and Internal' parts. I
TRADITIONALLet chairman was president of the The speaker, F. Claude Roberts to come for a visit In July
is a well-known rose Rumor there has it that geologists cool8 Pormsnerrtlir Lubricated compressor and 1
in style your favorite rate Sigma Alpha] Eplsilon. He Is a 4 Low Operating Colt and maximum
fan motor for carefree operation.
member of the Sarasota County grower, owner of Robert'sRose are now mapping the matched
or ceramic into beautiful lamps. Ing achieved with properly compressor
t Florid and American Bar Garden, Taylor Road, area and perhaps will relocatethe and highly efficient, staggered 9 Estrt-Quiet, specially designed fans
C ( Punta Gorda, where he downtown section, she said I
R.winng R.afyAag produces
Auocla tlOI1I.
coils.Also wring more moisture out of air move more aw, more quietly.
All Lamp Repairs thousands of roses.Roberts' Since she got here, Mrs. Nelson
has been busily sending
talk will be preceded -
Word by Experienced Crafttmen Detigneri end Kids Can Ride by meeting the club's Mn regular G. Horace business families word throughout of friend.the relativeswho east to CARRIER has a model for every need and pocketbook !

On ElephantsVenice Krider, president, reminds the have not yet heard how
There's Carrier Room Air Conditioner for purse
a every
. THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. membership that reservationsand they fared She was able to
Fire Department will payment for the annual get word to the Marshalls by and every size room. Capacities: 5,600 to 23,500 BTU's. I NIMA:
204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA, sponsor a Community Kids May luncheon to be held at the Saturday morning, via a sisterin All types: "lnstall-it-yourself".Thru-the-wall..Win
Day Wednesday at Driftwood should be made at Juneau who was reached
I Military Institute Parade Kentucky this time Following Robert's from Anchorage by ham radio. dow or Transom. US-, 208and 230-volt models. Heat gyp?a""..",,,,,,

Grounds. talk, a sandwich luncheon will "One thing I know: We area pumps, too. Come In and look over this quality line I toosdgoatapi g!
Hours will be from 2:30: too be served. Scheduled hostesses mighty lucky family, and I qa awnw ; ,i
era. p.m. and there will be no for the meeting are: Mrs W. certainly was one of the first CALL TODAY FOR A FREE SURVEY k.YaeNNeo"'
admission charge Rides will D Hughes, chairman, Mrs at church on Easter morning,"
be 25 cents each.Entertainment John E. Young, Mrs. William she said. R. L. ANDERSON INC.
will Include Webb, and Mrs Charles Za-' ------ -
elephant rides, aerial acts, anelephant bristle ALLEN
doing the twist, tram i Base Ave. E. Venice Ph. 488.1766
and
poline acts, pony rides, a high- I' Convalescent
dive dog act, money acts and I Some 19th Century Congressmen Nursing Home
rides. convinced the earth was
many midway-type I II 24 Hour lining Service More Carrier air conditioning is sold after than other maker
SUPER SLIM SERIES The department is sponsorIng hollow, suggested that a Navy Venice 48S 2702III year year any
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the project to buy additional expedition sail through a proposed PONCI Dl LKON art
I equipment during its entrance hole In Antarctica ...
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454 LACOSTE KNIT SHIRTS . . . $8-8$
473 231 W Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical Center
56 Rambler Bldg. )
225 W. Venice Ave. 488-1420
58 Rambler
Iii 40r. A.T. H __.--n Wagon, S.T.
I"I 278 398 VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY

487 469 AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI I Wedding Rings Diamond Stone Set R'IIg'I. '
Pontiac Sales W Watches Silverware Jewelry
58 Service Supplies Repair I All Make
Hard Top Coupe, R, H 57 Plymouth Stuart Merrict, Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair
t r 4 e..9, t i PS, A.T. Sharp 4.DrH V.8. R&H, P.S., 235 W. Miami Ave. 488.2473 W. Venice Av.. 488-311 I _

I ow 498 A.T. ., ........ ---- ---
298 TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. IN
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-
e ., 44* 450 Fumigate up to 10,000, cubic\ ft, against Iniecti & peiti

ft ; 55 Pontiac 56 Pontiac INSECT BOMB . . . . . $2.98 Today"to thru Wac/nesel.y'/ Tonight"* April 4Starring
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I ", SALES & SERVICE 484 53 Chrysler 483 51 Chevrolet 1T .. w--

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t 'J,i For 18 Yrs. Opp. Theatre 198 145 VENICE SEED & FEED STORE I
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J I ill Ph. 488-2618 56 Buick 54 Ford 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457 121 W. Venice, Ave. 488-3010__

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ALPHAMUSIC f jg | 'Till 10 OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
WOLFER MOTORS INC. || Open p.m.
I OpswWl l
v Typewriter. Adding Machine (Mechanically
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I Osprey Oracle I love Rides Rails'/ In VLT Season Closer Wednesday IA I


By BETTY KAUFFMAN prey boosters recently: the, not-so-stark Gay Nineties that holds the mortgage and belt), the hero's best friend; I "Chris Magee, the technical 'Arsenic and Old Lace." day from 10 a.m. to 1 ",!no
The reflections of the past writer has had the pleasure of I melodrama will be the final of- he wants to marry the daughter Carlotta Cortez (Jeannine director" Mrs. Roth goes on, The fifth and final play of at Venlce-Nokomls Bank; from j jI
Holy Week and the ensuing speaking with Philip Smashey ering of the Venice Little The She, however, is in love Redifer), owner of the "has built a locomotive that the season Is designated as a p,m. to 5 p.m. at Hart's Im-
of the beautiful Easter who has commercial properly ater for the 1963-64 season. with the hero, Truman Pen- dice Cafe; Fifi (Kathy p.ra.I' you must see. Will It run is "fund raiser" for the benefitof port House, and at the theater I
joys have all left their up. here and Is anxious to build to "Love Rides the Rails or dennls (Lauden Pitts) who is non), her French maid. a good question and makes the the Little Theater and is box office each show night.
season thoughts with us. Good suit any type of business which 'Will the Mail Train Run Tonight superintendent of the railroad. Also Fred Wheelwright (Bill plot even thicker." not included in the regular All scats are reserved and
Mtlng- was dreary especial. may be desirable and needed ?" opens Wednesday for Plot Thickens Kruger), the engineer; Nan, I Directing his third play of membership dues Tickets will ticket prices are $2 for adult
Friday in Alaska and Easter Sun. here. There are several types a four-day run through Saturday The crux of the plot hinges the Barmaid (Muriel Royal); the season for the Venice Little be on sale today through Fri and $1 for students.
1 11 brought the sunshine of businesses and professions at the VLT airport play. upon the mail train running Beulah Belle (Elda Glberson), : Theater Is George Mahar. Other -
jy which could make a very house, "tonight" or losing its franchise a dance hall hostess; the Village VLT playa directed by Ma.
.,aIn. received the tramiorial healthy living here while serving "The Little Theater has given and making the stock officer (Albert Zlelka); i har during the current season YOU CAN SAVE WAYS
Our baby basket but Joe- the needs of this halfway the public four great weeks worthies. Apparently: the only and a chorus lint composed of'' were "Light Up the Sky" and 3
Easter point between Sarasota and of entertainment this season, way to stop the train la to"get" The Coquettes (Mary Ellen
kites ... Insurance
flying On Auto
were on I
std Mike Meadows AUc Wheeler -
Venice. with comedy, mystery and the hero-and the plot' Mary ,
Bister day. Riyingaweat.this .- drama" declares VLT public. thickens and thickens I Helen Satava, Dorothy Knenig. ,' J tO f I 1. New LOW RATES
i'< perfect kite The Recreation Hall of pick- ,t "Skeez" Roth. "Now something : "If you want fun, laughs and Jackie Fanning Elaine Smith ;:WQ, b. 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
It's just about time that kites ford s Trailer Park was the different participation," says publist Pam Palmer and Doria Her- ..t.p.'r.f, ) ,:p.,; 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE

made a comeback.be as Kite flying scene of a very lovely wedding! i Mrs. Roth said the plot revolves -' Roth, "this has them all. So ron). 1 .,.... .
contests could ,. populaas reception on Thursday March around "a poor widow, open your trunk of memories, :
a 26. The honor guests were Mr. Mrs Hopewell (Delores Yer- 'get out your hisses and cheers 0' a IIOMETOWN .Y r ; _
and not so hard on the a. and ken: ) and her lovely daughter and them to the theater .
Ko Mrs. Glen Lamb, who were bring i 1 t"?fiq :
dull anatomy. married on that day: in Sara- Prudence (Morgan Luck) who where you will be needed to CLAIM SERVICE ... AGENCY J
-O- ante Eighty guests attendedthe have only a few shares of railroad cheer and advise the hero and .. )
A petition Is being circulatedhere affair The Lambs will stock to support them hiss the villain." Call: 116 W. Venice Avenue
return ,
in an attempt to get actIon soon to Michigan where and a mortgage on the old Other members of the cast snnmace;r HUGH' SERViSOFT I L. Telephone l 488-2289
on replacement of the dock Mr. Lamb is engaged In the homestead to pay." Include Dirk Sneath (Ned Stafford '*!*TMcPHERSON I
at the end of Main Street Din sheep farming business. The villain, Simon Darkway ), the villain's accomplice; P59-142 433.6567 4' I
Osprey Bay. The old dock -- (Ed Fanning) owns the bank Harold Stanfast (Dave Cor-
it stands now
a disgrace a. The passing of Mr. Alfred
and de-
half-submerged ilroyed. totally Chilton hearts of of manv Osprey residents saddens of the the

schedule The Osprey of games-o-Little is available League village figure Mr. Chilton around was and about a familiar EXTRA EFFORT UNTIL 9P.M. FRIDAY I

for
many years. Mrs. Chilton
The schedule is a full one
now. passed away a few months ago.
the teams
and the way are It has been said of Mr. Chilton
shaping up points to an ..xcepotlonal11'ood that if a piece of real estate
season for Ospreythis could be sold "he could "
sell It.
yar. Joe LaPranca and WINS EXTRA
His business integrity was $50.00 i
schedules
one.Clyde for Bristol anyone can supply who wishes- above knew question no-a.bounds.and his friendliness .


-- Nice People You Will Meet In
dance lessons at the
Squere and around Osprey: AI Wolskv,

Osprey produced square RecreaNpn dancers many in Center the interested are have*. a Gift new Shop businessman(he paints of signs Nan's THE GONDOLIER'S $4,500 Contest I IAn

Many local residents are now too sells);vegetables Mrs. G. E.from Lane the, Lane who :
attending the advanced lessonsit
Produce Garden
Charles Webster
the Lions Den in Sarasota.. nurseryman; and his love. EXTRA $50.00 PRIZE Will Be Added fo the Winnings of the Contestant TURNING IN THE MOST MONEY for'
-- IT wife Kitty; Mrs Farmer,
firkford Trailer rut first grade teacher at the Osprey Subscriptions from March 28 Through April/ 70. All Started Even SATURDAY, MARCH 28, for the Extra Money! :
News Elementary School; Linda I
Mrs Everett Paulson of Har- Martin who Just recently
Iowa who has been a had her long tresses shorn;
lan. Last Chance Win Extra Prizes!! '
guest at the Clyde Bristol Mrs. Marvin Martin, who to i
home for the past month left works long hours at the Venice {
by bus on Monday to visit rel- Post Office; and Bert Whit-
in Forth Worth Texas, field who works long hours at ir
save enroute to her home in Harlan. the Osprey Post Office.PREDICTION .
Last Chance for 2nd Period Votes!!
home Mickey after Wei two gel weeks is resting at the at -: When Osprey 5

Sarasota Memorial Hospital comes into its own and becomes ..-- .
following a major operation.Ned a thriving busy metropohs .
Sager has sold his trail In the heart of Sarasota Last* Chance To Get Votes On Prices and 8chd.te of Votes> for New and Renewal Subscriptions
rr and will go to Bay Pine County, big enough to supporta
Hospital" for a checkup before major" drug store, the maga. FHONK 4SSMM The GONDOLIER lit F. MIAMI! AVE.
going, north for the summer. line companies will have a
number of veto wU bo Issued for subscription during the f4,500 Subscription Contest:
The, following trailentes l re.untly fight on their hands when they Opportunity Club Coupons The following
left for the north for the Insist on distributing some of 2nd PERIOD 3rd PERIOD FINAL PERIOD
turrmer: Mr. end Mrs. Ray. the trashy magazines that one THE GONDOLIER Thru April 10 Thru April 21 Thru May t
Ian, Mr. and Mrs. John Wailamulh sees on most of the newsstands! PRICES VOTES'OTrS: VOTES

Mr and Mrs Guy I nowadays The citizens of Os- 3 Years ._. .... ..... $14.+0 90.6W 80,000 75,000
!lennen Mr. and Mrs. Vernon prey are bound to rise up a. S Years ............ II." 35,000 30,000 Z5.000
Critchfield, Mr. and Mrs. Roy gainst the useless suggestive 1 Year ...... ...... too 1,000 7,000 6,000
Northrup and family Mr. and literature that Is seen on newsstands Opportunity. Club Coupon Add $1.00 per :year 200,000 VOTES ADDED TO TilE ABOVE FOR EVERY $30.00to
Mrs Sam Varvel, Mrs. Marion in most stores.Expectant above out Of state. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IV.

Ro\ Johnson FroetWe Mr and Mrs. Le- GOOD FOR 25,000 EXTRA VOTES 25,000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY 9 P.M.

hope they have safe jour. Class mss coupon when accompanied by $30.00 worth of NOTE All money: turned counts on $30 dabs. No subscriptions accepted for less than 1 year or more than 3
Beys north and more safe Journeys subscriptions, will credit a conWant with 25,000 extra years In advance. Payments count from present date of expiration. (See Inside Covert
to return next year. They Opens TomorrowA vote if turned In by 9 P.M., Friday April 10.

will all be looking for a new No. .. .. .. Subscriptions $ 5.00 5. . .. GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES
dock In Osprey when they re- new series of classes for No---------- Subscription at $ 6.00 $, ...... .
turn next year.IMPORTANT. expectant tomorrow. mothers They will will be star hell< No---------- Subscriptions at $10.00 $. ..... .. AND WIN A $50 EXTRA PRIZE THIS WEEK

-0-! Th regular at Venice Hospital from 2:3: ( No ........ Subtcriptioni $14.00 S, ..... ...
meeting of the Osprey Recreation to 3:30: p.m. on the following No. ... .. Subscription at $17.00 $. .... ..

Association will be held dates:8 April and 12.7, 14, 21, 28 an Contettant'i Nam . . . . .. . . .. EXTEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION SAVE!
i i tonight at 7:30: pm. at the May
Recreation Center. Guest The classes are sponsored b3: NOTE: No limit on the number of these coupons contestant IF YOU PAID $5.00 for'I year in the 1st period you CAN PAY $5.00 for one more year and give favorite 30,000 votes
speaker will be Leslie Miller the Sarasota Visiting Nur can use. This Is the tarn at the 1ST WEEK COUPON.

Republican commissioner.\ candidate It for is hoped county -' Assn.Health, the Department Sarasota and Count th; I IF YOU PAID $5.00 for I year in the lit period, you CAN EXTEND THE SUBSCRIPTION TO J years for $9.00 give favorite

\the groundwork can be started Sarasota County Medical So 90,000, votes.
it this meeting to form a Committee ciety. Mrs. Dolores McAdoo 0
of Ten, comprised of the Visiting Nurse Association CAN EXTEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR one more year for $4.00, give l
will instruct the class. IF YOU PAID $10.00 for 2 years in the 1st period you
/persons Interested in forminga How Prizes Will Be Awarded
"We Need Industry" group Classes will include discuisioo favorite 60,000 votet.

taOprey. on factors affecting Uv Entrants, under the rules can win prizes as follows: r

We have a-lady- in Osprey development of of the the adjustmen bay, consideration or near The person the county entering line in from an Southern adjoining Sarasota county who County ae- HERE'S WHAT 10 $30 CLUBS YIELD IN VOTES THIS WEEKcures

who has been very successful within the family before ant the largest vote total by any or all of the methods
in raising Chihuahuas for the after the baby's arrival; th In this announcement will be awarded the NEW worth votes the basis. These
and equipment need published HERE IT IS all figured out. Any combination of subscription totalling $30 yields on same are
Bob clothing The winner
Past few years. Mrs. 1964 FORD two-door sedan or cost. pays
Crawford,, on the Old Trail is ed for the infant. Technique,: nothing extra but must buy own license and pay the NOT EXTRA VOTES. This Includes vote that individuel subscriptions earn, 200,000 club votes, 25,000, on tha club coupons and \
very interested !in this hobby for holding and feeding formula-makin bathing, state sales tax. 25,000 for mailing subscription reports. This table I la published to that contestant can set a goal for 10 many subscriptions and
which has become a business diapering The entrant finishing with the second largest vote offer I 18 In effect.
will be included.If try fo reach it this week while the second period vote
due to the popularity of the lit. total will be awarded the $500,00 CASH PRIZE

tile canine samples ,other please Information call the Is healu desired After the Ford and $500 prizes are awarded the enTEN $30 CLUB ($308)) In $14.00 SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS YIELD .. . ... . .. .. ... .. .. 4,255,000, ,, VOTES
-- 4885875.Compare trant residing outside of the city limits i i of with Thi 22 for 3
la a conversation with Os office Venice the next largest<< vote total will bt awarded tWo U.S. means getting only subscriptions year

SAVINGS BOND or its coat. This tame number of subscriptions after Friday yields only . . .. .. .. ....... .. ..4.. .... .. 3,829,000 VOTES

After out of the Venice$500 ,Savings the entrant Bond with Is awarded the next to largest some vote entrant TEN $30 CLUBS ($300)) in $10.00 SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS YIELD . .. . . .... ..,........... 225,000, VOTES

total will be awarded tha NEW $25985 FRIGIDAIRE This means getting 30 people to subscribe, renew or attend their time for 2 years
DISH WASHER.The .
MOBILE entrant DELUXE having the next largest vote total will be This same number of subscription: after Friday yields only .. ... ,... ...,........,.,... .. ....... 2,925,000 VOTES

Get the best ear rental deal fromECONDCAR awarded the NEW $20965 GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR TEN $30 CLUBS ($$300)) In $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS YIELD . .. . . .. .. ... ... .... .. 2,755,000 VOTES

CON WHOR-ENTER This means getting 60 people to subscribe for one year.
will
ALL AND DO NOT WIN PRIZES
be paid ten percent ((10 J.nf: COMMISSION on the This tarn number of subscriptions after Friday yield only . .. .. .. .. .... ... .. ,.. ........ 2,475,000 VOTESamount
of their credit for new and
money
renewal subscriptions to The GONDOLIER.' (See Rule CONTESTANTS: Set your goal for Ten Clubs this week and work until you get them. Ten Club of tubtcriptiont .

the only difference \s\ the low price No. 13)). this week will give many more vote than they will the final week of the contest.


Offers you MORE Costs you LESS

FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40% LAST CHANCE FOR FREE VOTESP.

Delivery Credit' cards honored THE GONDOLIER I

Safety Seat-Belts By the hour, day O. Box 746 '

Gas, 08, teuranc* week or month AND Venice Florida odeo oao aaoF ooo oao aeoo
CLIP MAKE IT ?
tale of SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION e f..
Gentlemen:: I want to advantage your
Drive our New / OFFER to SAVE MONEY. A FREE VOTE CQIlPON o

automatic shift *P 2 9 9 I am enclosing my subscription for the amount checked below: 3 YEARS 1<<.5110 Subscription Contest Good For

2-door VALIANTS. ,., .a..Me w,. MAIL D $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 90,000 VOTES eQ 400 FREE VOTES po
Also other fine .n lei 24 an '
rw' $17.00 for 3 years outsIde Fla. FOR I hereby cast 400 FREE CREDITS to the credit 'I

CHRYSLER at slightly/ higher PRODUCTS rates. r.. rr sea D $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 35,000 VOTES of .................................... ... ...
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YOUR $12.00 for 2 yean outside Fla. ; :d ADDRESS ............................ ... ...

JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO 0 $ 5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 8,000 VOTES $14.00 ,Cast by.. ........ .... .... .... .... .... .... ... '
$6.00 for I eutttde( FIs. a This coupon when neatly: clipped, with Dame
RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.I 096 year e9 and address of contestant filled In, and return
ORDER MY NAME IS SAVE ed to the GONDOLIER counts 400 free i
CENTER Credits toward winning the car and other
GULF GARDEN AUTO MY P.O. ADDRESS IS prizes. TURN IN A3 MANY AS YOU CANm
THEY ALL COUNT! (This coupon must be o-0
VenIce Shopping Center MY HOME IS ON $175 v voted on or before 9pm. April 10, 1984t v
RATES SUMMER TODAY (Name of Road, Street and House No.) j
WEEKLY ;
CALL US FOR SPECIAL OOoOoo.0k,00ba,0baOjOpOp l r t
RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING. CREDIT VOTES TO -- "

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THE Dave's DiatribeGood



rJ j( PEOPLE reaction came from our time and blew all our good Our "back street"* tour took
at last
us through
the
travelogue In a recent Issue of dirt away native
SPEAK our widely-read GONDOLIER.Some There Is dirt on the "other quarter the Hill Town.that "is And called "Oyer
folks called up to ask details side" of ,the Island though it thllt'sl lust
what it Is.
Beyond !
of the four days' cruise isn't put to much use. We did Fort Month
gu there I Is quite a hill
One bananas were where
out of Port Everglades. see where some
left last Monday out and some col- we used to go for horseback
man and wife being set
To The Editor To The Editor
ride
MEMBER or TRI!: ASSOCIATED PRE8J!: MEMBER Of THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION : : on the tame Anna "C" that lards or cabbage, though very on a trip years ago .Mover
that hill Is the settil.
Congratulations on your fine We enjoy The GONDOLIER we took. He was Thomas Edmonds few. Other than a few chickens big
n. A..I.... ,'..17 ." s.e for npblk.tlm. of ." i. ... much sign of ment for the natives It look
oUwdTirtii, 2XV .w. wi i- mdlted M editorial on Paul Youngberg.You so much and feel it is our and, although we're no we saw not
II. not .h..I. '' .._. .bed. sews s..hllohod IwwL All rlehu 01 ......hll..I... neat, and of necessity It
01 sp..W dupstahs s.. ... ,wend.T .. have not only succeeded in home newspaper.We seasoned world traveler, we livestock. There are horsesto town lt a
_sews, ..n' .he.1 ........ .. ""1"'" dill s spsp.v II aoprright.d ..a loa p....._.... II a.prw.lt paying tribute to a fine, con- plan to make our homeIn were glad to tell him what to draw those pictured, ancient folks large do most, for of the colored
..
d. ... the Islandi
wept M .ro. pwwwloe' scientious and able young man the near future at Sorrento see, what to do and what to tip surreys but their hay and oats work, from
but you also, clearly, pulled the Shores. We have been comingto on this small hop across the all must be imported, as it is postman to police
Pnbllhd! Evwr Mondtr M4 Thunder from II'-" t.: Mlunl A.... Bermuda. man.
in
local government up "by the Gulf Stream.
I.e-: rd A. feeoml CI_ Mittar At Pot Offlc. At Vmh* rb.Ms the Venice area for many This trip around
boot straps." It is my sincere years and Just love it. We don't expect the steam In fact the whole population exploring
showed
EDWARD D. BALL ...... .... ......... ... ............... Editor and Publisher hope that they HEARD you. Every week we read every ship line nor our obliging tourists natives and all, would questioning.us what The we one had ben
It is unfortunate that In a friends in the Venice Travel starve to death if it weren't for big crop
COURTNEY WILLIS .. ........ ..................... ... ... .. Executive Editor community as outstanding as little article in the paper because Bureau to give us a free ride the Imports. That is one of the is tourists. Once upon a time

SAM DILLON ... .... .............. ............. News and Newsphoto Editor Venice that we resort to politics sure, we'll some day bea for influencing people but it is most fascinating things to it was pirates a most doubt.

ROGER KILBY.... ......... ..... ....... ... .. .... Mechanical Superintendent that make Washington look part of it. nice to be consulted as thoughwe watch. Old schooners with ful tween crop.the During States It our War Bs.
like a bunch of Boy Scouts. Mrs. K.: E. Parks were a globe-trotter. Whenwe much patched sails bring fish, was block.
need to know about world vegetables and fruit from the ade runners that kept up the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 NAME WITHHELD. Colorado Springs, Colo. travel we talk with the Norton "out islands." When these an- economy. Our prohibition ex.
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per )year $.25 Fosters who circumnavigate cient craft finally crack up, the periment raised another doubt
per six months, $3 per three months.Inverted the globe In search of material harbor will lose a lot of its col ful crop of rum-runners Some
for his paintings, one of which or. It Is interesting to boardone waxed so rich that they built
You'll Find Water- hangs on our wall. We still of these native schooners. the big hotels for our stay.

want one of his Chinese in the If it I is one that carries fish, There are some beautiful
rain, though we seem to have you may look into a well amid- home on the waterfront some
run out of wall space ship where your prospective fabulous seafaring yachti |In
Progress Buts/ It/ Safe? Mr. Edmonds reminded us dinner swims around in the the harbor but the most you itt
that we had promised to con bright hues of the tropics and is a street full of us tourists,
tinue our brief trip saga to include ogles you with a fishy eye. Starting at $60 a head (and ups)
the "back stairs" of New On deck, under the main- for room and board on a four,
When well in South phates decaying organic
dig a or
r For law enforcement, the awesome osophy which loots only to the Interestof Sarasota you you are almost certain matter causes sulphur in wat- Providence Island. Mostly we sail's boom there is a wooden or three, days' cruise ship.

fight against crime and lawlessness could the criminal with complete disregardfor of striking water But Is er. The water smells like rot tourists see only the city of box about three feet high filled If you pick a ship that ties
Nassau capital of the Bahamas with the does
sand. Here crew
possibly be described as Inverted pro.grassmoving the society which he offends. The this underground water safe ten-eggs, tarnishes silverwareand the colorful straw market, its cooking over charcoal We up come at and the city to pier you cm
for unlimited home corrodes Sulphur go town
use pipes.
forward but losing ground. public has a right to know when a person be small Governor's Mansion, SloppyJoe' noted that the fire Is generally wish. But if take as you
removed by a you one
may
thit
who has been favored by leniency According to A. M Pettis, chlorine feeder device which (not really sloppy at all), banked with sand to keep it has to anchor outside, you have
associate with the
the strides made in engineer
and
Despite gigantic race track, shopping street over for economy. the
violates the terms of this trust and retorts Florida Agricultural Extension adds small amounts of household annoying tender ride to the
the like. If like fish to eat
recent in the professionalization of you 01'just mainland. When
years bleach chlorine to the we
or were there
Service, well\ water can ,
to further criminal activity.The present to look at, take tour of
a
On this last trip of ours we there were three
law enforcement, crime continues to be problems such as hardness water ships in the
decided to explore the unknown the fish and vegetable marketon harbor it
one of the mushrrooming problems threatening argument is also made that parole iron, sulphides, chlorides, Chlorides or salt may be back side of the island, the unknown the city dock. It is more faa anchored fall outside.will hold That's) and sit

the safety and welfare of our coun- and probation have nothing to do with acidity and bacteria. found In large amounts in land that piqued our cinating than Les Halles of crop of us tourists, folks.a big

try. An additional danger lies in the leniency or clemency. Rather, it is claimed The first step in solving water arly some in Florida coastal wells counties., particul-According curiosity. And so, while our fellow Pan or Washington Market
problems is to have the wat. travelers the Jasper N. Y, for it has the unexpected
growing concept that widespread lawlessness these practices are reformative instruments er tested. One test will\ indicatethe to Pettis there I is no Browns took the boat to Paradise things of the tropics. Their When !noses climbed Mount

it an unavoidable adjunct to our way on a par with imprisonmentitself. water's mineral content economical salt from method well of water.removing If- Beach, which we did pink conch salad is a tooth Sinai he looked out over one of

of life. Certainly, there is ro valid ..- The fallacy in this contention is and another separate test well has high salt content know, we contracted with a some treat And the native Asia's most desolate spots The
which the county health department your native driver, in a vintage Cad. cooking of rice end stew landscape Is of
ton why it has to be evident, for criminals certainly do not conducts will deter. your county agent may be able iliac, to take us into the un smelted so good that we tried mountains, eroded one saw-toothed slopes and
consider parole and probation to be equalto mine whether the water II safe to advise you on the best way known.It it delicious. stark valleys.
Crime causation are not always easy for human consumption.. to use the water for lawns and
imprisonment. To them and to the
would be
disappointing to
ornamentals
to define, but one of the perennial headAches -
public, parole and probation are formsof "Hardness" means the quan. you to make the loop of the Island -
to law enforcement is the veritable tity of soluble magnesium and If your problem Is acid a
so we'll\ tell about it
clemency and and the fact that chemical feeder can be installed you SATURDAY
mercy calcium salts found in the wat. COR
pool of hardened criminals available to neutralize the acid. and save you the trip. No wild A L
most convicted seek their er. The hardness wastes
application ,
persons soap animals, no vest planta-
sugar
through the loopholes and abuses of our belies any attempt to label them reduces washing effoctiveness, In conclusion, Pettis emphasizes tions, no exotic birds no Jungle SUNDAY 0

systems of parole, probation, and other otherwise.In and forms objectionable soup that well water which you or pines and palms such as Featuring .
curds. The harder the plan to drink should be
forms of clemency. Criminal rehabilitation water may we live in right here as we

has long been recognized as a vital 1924, a New York City fudge stated, the lems more become.critical To these reduce prob-the department tested by your to make county sure health thatit punch Florida this Is typewriter. Our EMMY LOU U

phase of the administration of f justice. "The demand of the hour in America is hardness, obtain a manual or is safe.Lemon. interesting a much land.more We exciting POPULAR SONGSTRESS N

With its assorted complexities, it hasmessy for jurors with conscience, judges with automatic water softener. even get frosts In the winterto Enjoy Your Favorite

interpretations. However, criminal courage and prisons which are neither Pettis points out that the give us something to com Beverage G

rehabilitation should always be directed country clubs or health resorts It is not presence of iron in water combines Bay Legion plain about while their tern- At Popular Prices
with in air to perature hits a fairly even E
toward one basic objective: the protection the criminals, actual or potential, that form reddish-brown oxygen rust, which Will Elect Tonight year-around pace. VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL

of the public. Frequently, this objective need a neuropathic hospital," the judge imparts a metallic taste to the Previously we had asked a .

: U lost in the dorm of tearful added, "it is the people who slobberover water and stains bathroomand Nomination and elections of native why more things did not
kitchen fixtures as well as new Lemon Bay Post officers grow on the island, why there
lamentations from social reformers. It is them in an effort to find eicutes
seemed to be
clothes. There are several devices will be the order of business a scarcity of
swept aside by the sympathetic practices for their crime" on the market for eliminating for Englewood Legionnaires today birds and of bugs for them to REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS

of some court and administrators. Misguided Iron.Suphidf's.. at 8 pm. at the Legion feed on. Believe it or not his
leniency results. This may prOto be ageless quotation which are commonly Hall reply was, "You see, Sar, a big with
Forty years later, crime fluorishesin referred to as sulphur, John White heads the nominating hurricane flew this way one

Some Jurists tare it is vastly unfair America. The demand is unchanged make water unpleasant Income committee composed of

for the press and news media to identify only the hour is shorter.J. Florida areas. The Louie Sheppard. Hugh Green COCO PLUMOSA--
breaking down of mineral sul and Charles E. Yale. Swim
parolees es such when they ere arrested
Edgar Hoover, in InS70
end charged with violations. Such reason 'I'l' 'K'ts $1.95 and up
ing k an extension of the distorted phil- FBI Law Enforcement BulletinIt's WaterAT
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but almost the last facility to be at least 10 times as handsome, the Bartow Steve McQueen and Richard Burton

improved in any town or city is its li- Public Library is a monument to the Natalie Wood I .1.. N.... MI U. e. 41 .

brary. Tampa, where the writer of these progress that can be achieved when people 1\ aw ace

I line grew up, had outgrown its cozy little work together in harmony for a A Warm Welcome Awaits You

city library by at least 30 years befora worthy end.

steps were taken to update it. Praise is due, also, to Bartow civic At
DECKHOUSEAT
Lakeland still has the tame library it groups and individuals who pitched into .

had when Florida Southern when the funds
college consisted help city's budgeted

of two buildings end an orange as is so often the case with anyone THE JETTIES FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE

grove and milk shakes (without ice who pays for putting up a building I CLOSED TUESDAYSgone

cream) were a nickel apiece. There's such ran short of the amount needed to furnish

a fuss going on in the Skyline City at the the interior.It fishingl!

moment what to do about improving -
over would have been possible for e: SALAD-SANDWICH LUNCHEONS Mr.R
everyone z pia ;
the library that it take
may years
to sit around hands folded
neatly ,
snore before anything is done. Monday, Wednesday and
waiting for someone to "do something." YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREESP1'
These observations are not made to That isn't Harrow's way, though, and the 1.75'

belittle our neighboring cities. They are gap was promptly filled. Including Our Foment Solo or
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Bartow citizens now can best thank their
that is due the Bartow library board and LOBSTER SPECIALOur

the city commission for their friction-free library board end their city commission Regular Mem Available Night)yI 601 SOUTH TAMIAMI TRAIL

.. cooperation in providing Bartowans with for their fine new library by using it
Cocktail Hour 4:30 to 6
: p.m.
I be of.
a library that any city could proud frequently.
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More than twice as large. the origin- -Polk County Democrat, Bartow a

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Sunday Ceremony UnitesMiss Will Woman's Install Club OnWednesday I Delegates Leave For Convention I



Mrs Ana Lord, who will

Jane Gay, James Perm i iyw twelfth handle national annual publicity Republican at the I

Women's Conference
In Wash-
Jane Gay and James Mrs. Frank Burton, a past ington, D. C., leaves tomorrowwith r ,
pens were united in mar- president of Venice-Nokomis Mrs Margaret Busbey, I y
Sunday in an afternoon Woman's Club, will officiate at local president, and Mrs. Marry _
rtinony age at Grace Methodist Installation of new officers J. Barker, local first vice-
"Lurch Wednesday at the Club'i thirty. president, for the four-day
The double-ring ceremony eighth annual birthday lunch- event which begins on Wednesday .
performed at 3 p.m. bye eon Wednesday at 12:30: p.m. .
.? ReV, Miles DePagter at the North Harbor Drive Mrs. Barker i is an ex-officlo
The bride is the daughter of clubhouse member of the National Plan-
". and Mrs. C. H. Gay of The slate will be headed by ning Committee
Valencia Rood The groom Mrs. J. Fergus Hunter Mrs Lord is news chairman
the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Other officers are Mrs J. of the local club, and a memo
tret F Perin of McCallad W Allen vice-president; Mrs. ber of the public relations
Englewood! S. C Turkenkoph, secretary; committee of the Florida Fed-
!tI1JI Judy Gay of Fort My. Mrs. William Bose, assistant eration. She received the ap- a
cousin of the bride, was secretary; Mrs Ernest E Ex- pointment for her national job rzvENtr1
.w aj, of honor and another on, treasurer, and Mrs. Henry from the Republican National
asm, MISS Betty Gay of Fort B. Lake assistant treasurer Committee in Washington.More z
,en, and Miss Judy Regis t Mrs. Hunter will announce than sixty delegateshave
Ruskin served as brides- her committee heads for 19646 been selected from the in-
jidi Flower girls were Mis- after the Installation dividual Florida Federation
KimberlY and The incumbent president, clubs to represent the state at
'lOlls SK)>I, twin nieces of the ., Mrs. Lewis Hester, will presideat the conference. w
t the monthly and annual The delegates, from 21 Florida
ran Edwin!) Woods of Cape Ken meetings turning over the rostrum cities, will entrain tomorrow !j jVENICE I
morning, meet in Jack
,jt, the groom' brother-In- 1 to Mrs. Burton for installation '
eeaabest man Ushers were ceremonies sonville and go by special rail-
rfc Caldwell and Rudy Mann Approximately 100 membersand way car from Jacksonville at
guests are expected at the 6 p.m. for the remainder of
bride was given in marge luncheon. the trip into Washington.The
The three South County dele (Condon* photo br But Dlllool
br her father. Reservations may be made,
Donald Varnadore play. i until noon Tuesday, by calling gates will join Mrs. Scott K GOOD WILL AMBASSADORS to mere offices Friday to gather literature to I
1Irs. nuptial music. Mrs. Leslie Lovelace, Mrs. J'arroll Woods, first vice-president of Washington, DC., will be the three GOP distribute at the conclave. Left to right are
the
!
:For the ceremoly, the church Lou p Win or Mrs JesseW. the Florida Federation, and delegates to the National Republican Women's Mrs Margaret Busbey, Mrs. Harry J. Baker
decorated with palms and Butler Cancellations must Mrs. Helene Morris, state Conference there this week They stop- and Mrs. Ann Lord, with Adm. C. A. Keller, I
treasurer for the trip to Jacksonville ped by the Venice Area Chamber of Corn- VACC executive director.
ales\ of gladioli and chry- .t be made by 5 p.m. Tuesday. .

ithemums! i This be the
win traditional
The bride wore a "q over satin with seed Myakka ChapterDAR year and will be the only traditional woman ever to seek the Presidential reports that between three and I and the Virgin Islands have I
the and nomination of a majority
four
orb accenting Jacket Give gathering scheduled -I thousand Republican signified their intention to attend -
it The dress was fashion- History before the national conventionIn party. She announced her women from 50 states, the DIe- .
candidacy on Jan. 27 in
with a detachable chapel- Books To 5th Grade July, a -
before the
jth train and the Jacket was speech Women Na- I
The dates coincide with the
de with elbow-length sleeves Eighteen Landmark books on famous' Cherry Blossom Festival tional Press Club In Washing THE VENICE LITTLE THEATER presents
ton. She is the
j i1 scoop neckline American history, dealing with only woman to
and it has been arranged
elbow-length< veil of lion the of win three terms in the United "LOVE RIDES THE
Her founding the United for' the delegates to make a States Senate RAILS"
time
attached to a tulle States each by a
was are on the shelves of Washington tour on April 8.
rer decorated with seed fifth grade elementary classesIn Mrs. Elly Peterson, assistant wider victory. or "Will The Mail Train Run Tonight7"A
irli Her only Jewelry was area schools. chairman of the Republic National Senator Smith holds the all-
single] strand of pearls and The books are a gift from Committee, announced tinv record for conservative GAY 90'S MUSICAL MELODRAMA
e carried a cascade bouquetwhite Myakka Chapter Daughters of today that Senator Margaret/ roll-call voting, now standingat
carnations centered the American Revolution Mrs Chase Smith of Maine will be well over 1,600 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
h i white orchid. William Grove made the presentations the keynote speaker at the Mrs Peterson, director of
-V: maid of honor wore a opening/ of the conference women's activities of the Re- April 8.11 8:30: Curtain
:skirted street-length gown I
silk organza over taf-
a aqua with matching accessor- MISS KAYE FRANCES BLACKBURN WEDS $2. for adults $1. for students
Her bouquet was of aqua tax Included
nations.
toth bridesmaids MRS JAMES E. PERIN LITTLE THEATRE BLD6. VENICE AIR BASE
skirted and .treet-length.l.I RAYMOND/ STACKHOUSE JR. IN SARASOTApastor I

.( of yellow silk organza and home of the bride's parents from Venice High School where
'f worn with matching ac- which had been decorated with she was a cheer leader and Miss Kaye Frances Blackburn and Mrs. McCurry pre ton and wore a white tulle
joriei. The bridesmaids white flowers and palms for advertising editor of the school ) was married to Raymond sided at the organ. Mr. Black I crown Her all-white cascade
wad yellow carnations. the occasion. annual. She later attended Stackhouse Jr. of Sarasota ina burn gave his daughter in I bouquet was of stephanotis and i
\t the ceremony, Mrs Gay After a wedding trip in North Bradenton Beauty Academy simple afternoon ceremonyon marriage.The tiny mums I HAPPINESS...Is a borne of;your own*
11 lace and blue silk gown Florida, the couple will live The groom was in the 1962 March 21 at Christian Re. church was decoratedwith Mrs Boyett was gowned In
I h matching I jacket Her acI in Englewood! For the wedding VHS graduating! class and later form Church Sarasota palms, white gladioli and dark blue silk brocade, with '
codes were blue Mrs. Perin trip, the bride wore a beige attended Tampa Barber The ceremony guest list was mums with tall white tapers matching accessories. and
'f i pink brocade dress and costume with jade green lace College He Is employed by limited to members of the two In white candelebra wore a corsage of pink glamellias -
) let with white accessories accents and beige accessories. I Perin Barber Shops, Engle immediate families The brideIs For her wedding gown, the .
:The reception was held at the She was graduated last year wood the daughter! of Mr and bride chose a street-length The couple will live In Sarasota -
Mrs. J. F Blackburn of VenIce &gown of Alencon lace and chif- .

IJohn Crofts Heads National Sellers Comedy parents ByWay are Mr and and the Mrs.groom's Raymond A

Show At AsoloA Stackhouse of Sarasota {
Mrs. John Boyett of Sarasotawas enJ-Y
Service
ftnights Templar Peter Sellers comedy, the bride's only attend-

"Two-Way Stretch," is scheduled nt Robert Stackhouse brother kit
|Mr. ind Mrs John L Croftsof I er vacation from Duke University for the Rln lIng Museum's of the groom, was best man.
Bayshore Drive, Noko- was also there. Asolo Theater Wednesday The nuotial vows were read with GOLD
SEAL
.., have returned from Vi ashIf He will graduate from Dukein This time Sellers is an inmate by The Rev. G C. McCurry more
'on, D. C. where they at- June in pre-medical study, in a reform prison. He I e t HOME FINANCINGHelping
led! the thirty-third Knight and has received an appoint- and a number of cronies conceive -
iplar\ Easter Sunrise serv- ment to a research fellowshipat and carry through a jewel Fashion Show r } Y a T= ,
Medical School in tPgr '
at Arlington cemetery Baylor robbery. Victim of the plotIs ,
[rolls, Grand Generalissimothe Houston. Texas for the summer an Indian Maharaja, worth Has 125 GuestsA aY.duaw you find happiness In life If our greatest

Grand Encampment of Eighty-five freshman students his weight in diamonds Along pleasure. The finest things said about our mortgage
Knights Templar of the the way they poke a lot of : dessert card party and
t4 States, gave the wel- were selected from 950 good-natured fun at a number fashion show Saturday at North r loans are said by the many families whom we have

'imj ch numbered address approximate-to a crowd Medical applicants school sixteen to attend this fall chosen Baylor, and of established prison: reform institutions, the army, suchas I Port drew Charlotte a group of community 125 area rest-club helped to become established In their own homes.

of these were
dents.
sex mothers, and floriculture. Can we help you?
MOOV for this fellowship which is
S. Marine band furled The film runs 87 minutes and Fashions were shown by the
the music and Rev G. sponsored of Health by the National Institute showings will be at 2:30: 4:30: I Avenue Apparel Shop in Engle-

son Cochran, Grand Prelate 7 and 9 p.m wood. i
:he Grand Encampment, de- Sponsors were members of "
the North Port Charlotte Republican -
red the
sermon. The serv-
was broadcast by the NBC Englewood GOP Club Hears Women's Club Mrs. Pi' SARASOTA raaving
work. Three Justices of the Herman Furchtsan, vice president G CDGG3L,1d
,rem Court, including Chief was in charge of refreshments
,lice Earl Warren, were in Candidates Gets CharterENGLEWOOD $ and loan a.sootatton,,
Models were Mesdames Wil-
'
audience. After the servicearge Bam Floody, Lillian Downs, t : pbolo br .... DII..I. I
cross of lilies
was plac-
01\ the Unknown Soldier's The recently will hold Its Charter meetingand I illian Davidson, John Boyle, YOUNGSTERS, TOO, PARADED In the latest fashions at the UUDiaE II SQvgtuigaWa1 .
Kalas
organized Republican Candidates Harvey Williams, Gordon Nixon NPC dessert card party fashion show Saturday, sponsored by
J bJ L Crofts Jr., on East- lope County Englewood.char'j Night" on April 13 in the En- George Doan and Dal Hancock the NPC Republican Women's Club With Mrs. Dal Hancock, J YENEEr
B
glewood Savings and Loan Misses Connie and Kim center, are left to right, Kim Suit, Brook Hancock, Tara Han- .WJIBEE aoE ID. eK t4 TAWArI iatl
.. .. community hall, at 7:30: p.m. Burt and Tara and Brooks cock and Connie Burt.
Hancock
During the meeting the or I r
ganization's official charter,
recently received from Tallahassee Church Unification Is SubjectOf
will be presented by

County Hopwood Committeeman, chairman, pro-tem.I. B Talk By The Rev. DePagtercharge '

LESLIE C.
All Republican candidates
have been invited to attend, "Unification of the Church-I of devotionals, and
meet the voters and addressthe u" will be the subfect of a Miriam and Lois Circles will
assemblage The public is talk by The Rev. Miles De-I hostess the social hour after w; MILLERG.O.P.
invited Pagter at the 7:30: p.m. general the program.
meeting of Woman's So- New members of the Lois
association's executive
The clety of Christian Service tomorrow Circle are Mesdames W. G
committee. Age Sklolvig, Bert at the church hall Punch, Hanly Sibley aid Charles CANDIDATE DIST. 3
Guthrie, Hull Russell! Brooks, in
Mrs Blanche Coit will be Wynn.
William S. Timmins and Wil-
liam E. Herdman, arrangedthe
..
meeting SARASOTA COUNTYCOMISSIONER

The motto of the new organization
is "Republicans Stand ,
fti and Be Counted" 'i
qt At the conclusion of the

meeting refreshments will be WILLIAM P. TOOLE
served
fit Registered Real Estate Broker ...


SV Auxiliary operatingTHE An entire life time devoted to the development and Implementation! + ol project

GULF REALTY requiring the same diversified technical service encountered in the many operations
of life LESLIE C. MILLER to M COUNTY
community qualify iarv your
Officers Assume 216 Tamiamt Trail S., Venice COMMISSIONER.


wishes to announce
Duties ThursdaySouth Help return our property values to normal) through efficient, good government
the association of and common tense pending of your tax dollars
Venice Area Fire Department MRS. RENA COBB
Auxiliary will installits
newly elected officers Real Estate Saleswomanand I

Thursday at a noon buffet I
luncheon at the fire hall. VOTE MAY 5th PRIMARIESi
JOSEPH P. SWEE I
., rGondolln photo k, S.m Dlllonlt ) Officers are: Mrs Alice
["XjUARY MEMBERS of South Venice Civic Assn Center Scott, president; Mrs. Rose Real Estate Salesman r i:

I'"Won t show luncheon Thursday at the SV Civic Selzer, vice-president; Mrs Mrs.. Paid political Ad by Walter H. Ware Campaign TreasurerII .
Regina Nord secretary;
reeling Florida outfits for all occasions are, left to right, .
kaa
[, Earl Sukefurth, Mrs. M It Harvey, Mrs Curt Martens Helen Grade, treasurer, and -- I I
how Mrs Addle Bower, chaplain.
i chairnan Fashions were from
) and Mrs. Sherid Foster ;
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a C Luncheon donation will be 50
t n Fair with Mrs Frank Soverien giving the com"
'er. cents. .
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600 FREE EXTRA J"f Green Stamps
boat whopping three
LOIS D. ALSTON to a **im* m4, pounds of pompano all In one t PrtmiMi Sliced Old Csh =>
Square dancing seems to be
piece, fishing at Stump Pass.
undergoing a strong revival in -o- STAMPSsWlw 2 6-o. ; pkgs. 78e S
our area. Perhaps it is our Harold Shields and his wife t 1J.w. GREEN :.nrw"'w ;.Y era e.r a inns l1.
American folk dancing, but
whatever it is, it brings a 'ot were greatly concerned by the 1 00000000000000000000t
first reports of the Alaskanearthquake
of pleasure to local residents <
the night of March
with no age limit specified. 27, as their son la serving with g IOO .XTRA
Here is word, from one of the the U. S. Air Force In Anchor- + # \ FREEry 100
ardent dancing couples, about' age. With communication facilities M A Pt K E T S .
the dances held each Saturday J" Green Stamps
night at our own neighborhood way of all getting destroyed word they from had him no -; h I ......_M4...........
school auditorium the Lemon S 4 y Dry Heir *r RspUr Yo-S Crete Rim. =>
Bay School on Piaclda Road, Local in the Venice .
patients t tt 7-ea as $1 plus tax
8 p.m., sponsored by the Buttons Hospital include Hollis Cahill, r r __.__l_ ..

,t': Club & Bows Square Dane 9th St.St.Florida,.and Arthur Jonske, Osprey S 0000000000000000008

Fred Bunnell of Sarasota will -0-
be the caller on the 2nd and State University x J"u,4
4th Saturdays each month, Choral Union rendered Men hs !50m" le4mso
with Fred Chtristopher, from delssohn's "Elijah" April Jth, a
a St Pete, on the other Satur- at 4 p m., In Weatcott Auditorium ; J" Green Stamps
,: days. This is an open dance Tallahassee, with Herman I ........_M4........
with intermediate and challenge Gunter Jr., director and Elsie r F' LYSOL SPlAY DlSlNfEamB

I dancing: visitors always Alston, of Bamboo Shores as a I 7-os. use 9..

welcome. the soprano soloist r et .... .- .. -
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Enders, 9th St.. has as a Mr. and Mrs Vic Leech and 00000000000000000"5omarWIA
guest Mr. Charles W. Smith, family, from Villa Park, m., l''' ? 4
from Windsor, Conn., for sev spent the Easter holidays with F R
eral weeks stay. Smith was a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leach their 4 SOJ"
salesman of French etchings parents. ,,v 'g ii"T'-
and prints to art stores in the w. Green Stamps
north. He is a canoe enthusiast, Barbara J. Bush and Nancy y F v Mi Naw/r. Jr***** 0(
stamp collector and gardener. J. Lewis came with Nancy's HOTS COFFEE RICH
father John L. Lewis from e .v L t
,;F w 2 16-e*. pit... Set
their N. Y., home by
Mr. and Mrs. Russell! Gist of Walton v .
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Morgantown W. Va., are visiting plane for a two weeks' Easter .. April S 1- 11II:
Mr. and Mrs Charles E. vacation staying at the Ang li ) {
Yale Michigan Avenue. Mr lers' Resort, South Beach. Mrs. ,
Gilt served with Mr. Yale Lewis stayed home to managethe A
three and a half years when farms that they bought in 50 O .rT 50I
the hills after the New York
both were in the U. S. foreign
service. When Jim Padovano City .water supply flooded out J"/ Green Stamps

welcomed him to Grove City their valley farms and build I eta au-......e+...a9
his greeting was, "Mr.:: Gist, be ings. The young ladles went 7
cur with Dad and the Greer broth. COMSTOCK SLICED PIE APPLES
guest"0 ers on a klngfishing trip in the : coca 54cSWIFT'S
Jfk and Barbara Jordan, of Gulf and brought some fine RER rt .2.2a..a. ,

:Brookwood Estates, left Thursday ones home. PREMIUM TENDER-GROWN SHIPPED 00 0 O o oooB
I for Dayton Ohio, called - back to work with the Dayton Clyde Lassen paid his parents QUARTER SALE"
Tire & Rubber Co. They hatedto a surprise visit Easter GOVT..INSPECTED D&D FRESH NOT FROZEN 50mlrTeAm50
leave us in all this fine weekend. Currently he [Is serving -
sunny weather.Henry at Whiting<< Naval Base
-- Milton, Fla. Saturday night J"( GreenStamps
Woelpper Placida Clyde, and his date Linda LEG QUARTER \ w.ar..r..a a..tr.a

:Road, is a persistent fisherman: Sawn had dinner and enjoyedthe f _. CHifFON UQUID DmIGENTEmREASi
with generally low returns on floor show at the Engle. c U-n tine 490
his time invested. But last wood Boat tt Country dub I b

week he was happily surprisedOverbrook Palm Point.Hogancamp's. EJ! ''JVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVIJSIwbo'
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MART E. KROCPAMr. father Millard Swift's PremIum J" Green Stamps

I Hogancamp Sr., was also thereto VlAtllMMli*'<+dr *?
and Mrs. Frank Masin visit his son and wife Mrs. e I
who were guests of Mr. and Webb prepared a delicious: dinner o Inner Franks '49c PENNY DOO FOOD
Mrs Max Miller on Neptune in honor of Mrs. Hogan. 12 tell cons $1
Drive during the past month camp and for dessert she hada ..Irr WW. April a. saws rt: :
returned to their home In Lib- beautiful birthday cake and '
i ertyville, HI., last Thursday.Mr all the trimmings. Mr. Hogan. and Mrs. Masin have a camp is back in Englewoodand
homesite here in Overbrook it certainly is good to see Florida Yellow O 7 O XEXTRA (")((1 5 0
j Gardens. While here they sub our former postman again. We ... UUU PRE!! UUUJ"
scribed to The GONDOLIER, hope he will stay a while and
saying they will get a lot of enjoyment would like to see him stay herein LIMIT 4 PLEASE 5 weef Corn Green Stamps
reading the paper and Englewood. kiWI -..-..--.. I
knowing what is going on in --o. BETTY CROCKER SMUCKEM PEACH BUTTER
the vicinity. As I (the Reporter) was appointed 20-os. |or 43c
-0- captain of the Cancer Affirm WW. era S,
Mrs. Ted Byrom of Caracas Drive in Overbrook Gardens, 10 49 c.... oooo8
Motel on South Trail and Mrs. four of my workers, Mrs. Max ears oo o
Emma Peden of Pittsburgh, Miller, Mrs James Townsend, BISCUITS
,.' Pa., were luncheon guests Saturday
Mrs. Guy Wood and Mrs. Ger-
of Mr. and Mrs. James aldine Arnold have covered fmw riwwm 5om.p TIAmso
Townsend on Bayahore Drive their streets and have turnedin

-0- their reports. They stated J" Green Stamps

Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks of they were treated very nice in C .....Iat Clsk I rlclo.4 I *.*Sill. e.,4..wd-..
.: Overbrook Road motored to St. asking donations for such a rag 5
Petersburg to spend the Easter White Bread .2 31 Rtgvlor Modss Saaltary Nspklm3Minute
Holiday with Mrs. Hicks' bit worthy helps.cause, and every little gay . . Si:. 24-ct. pkg. 87.

brother-in-law and sister Mr. -o- Tn.um Chase /I
and Mrs. Frank Kuncs and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Macha- fa 0000000000000000008
*
family. cek on Venisota Road with Mr. Oats . ,1 :: 23
-0- Machacek't brother Mr, John
Mrs.!! Millard Hogancamp recently Machacek and wife of Coral Li/Sri.. c........
returned from a two Cove enjoyed having their Easter 50mErTtm50
Corned Beef 1:1-; 39"C
weeks viait to Emporia, Va., to Sunday dinner at the Hap- wi Ar4, ;:
be with her husband who is + Green Stamps
employed pyland Restaurant on Siesta
in the post office there. Key In the evening Mr and .lo Chic... P..tt 1.hI **"! MMM./..<.._...

While there Mrs. Hogancamp Mrs. Joseph Machacek calledon Cat Food 2 tS:; 27* nNDEILEAtuIAGS
was pleasantly surprised with I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kroupaon REG. 79c SAVE 30c 48ct. pkg. 57dairy

a birthday party given by a Neptune Drive to wish them C.U Liver" m4. Chkkm, Kidney. sad. Cliickn ..01_ WN. era a 1- .
friend, Mrs. Gladys Webb. Mr.I Easter ,reeUns.I GIANT DETERGE 6 ot, t3 0000Q2000000000QQO9t. .
Cat Food 2 ease 33


I ABOUT ENGLEWOOD .. T I IDE _



I 'j, Banging It OutBy : ,


FAT BANG Telephone 474-2224 49C ., S. 2 Sliced

.
Englewood is so happy and brother. They all are from Ter. pkg.
relieved this morning know re Haute Ind. D Pineapple 25C
''I. Catherone Sommerman is all can
I :right up in Alaska George told Mr and Mrs. C. Westfall LIMIT I PER CUSTOMER WITH
us this morning they receiveda from Francesville, Ind. have H nt'. Tangy
PURCHASES OF
53.00 OR MORE
telegram from her, letter been houseguests of the Hamb-
t 'I 1 ,f with details would follow. So lies hire on Cocoanut for four 300 10*
I
: 1 their period of wishful waitingI days. When they left Mr. and D Tomato Juice
r I : con
I !. over and we are so happy Mrs. C, Cottner came for a p, ,F
I for them. few days. They also are from
I __ Indiana.Mr. PRICES Green Giant C ream Sty!.
I k The A. M. Halls and the Rev. -0-
i and Mrs. Limert are off again and Mrs. Wm. J. Bal specials EFFECTIVE Corn 8-e. 10*sI.sd

J on a scouting trip on the Peace 'daughter-in-law lantyne have their down son now and for ._._.. i MON TUES., D can
River
f' -0- a visit. Clifford and Molly arrived Sour Cream pint 39 W., APRIL
t'' Calling all New Yorkers! last night from Green, .. Clip Swift's Vienna
t 1 The Dub meets tomorrow at N. Y. 5-6-7, 19'4 *'
8:30 at Veterans Hall A -<- 4-M. 19
:
p.m. frozen
lti i'': covered dish and place settings Herman Imle left ua for thelt : foods 0 Sausage can
home in Marshall, Ill., and Mr.
are in order. ......... Frs..
..0.- and Mrs. A. Dunlap left for
I I of their home In Tern Haute, Waffles
.I Pauline Aldridge Mango 2 ;fc
; I
Street is laid low with the Ind. but we expect them back .. .. 25"s '
j Measles of all things. Do hope next season.Others X\ PCE'ASORE: :
doesn't have them too bad. --
,ffj' .o- leaving us but not till
: V Went over to welcome our tomorrow are :Mr. and Mrs.F. a+ a t Venice
I f new neighbor. on the corner Clark. They go back W '
0,1', 'I'ahe; of Mango and Cocoanut. Theyare Kentucky. Center !
L. Baker -0- / Shopping
Mr.
; t ,1
t 1 from I: tJrht: ;. They are Mr. and Mrs. McNeil from LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT N
1 ;; renting for several months, It Indiana have taken a cottageon 1
1if.i Is nice to have the house occupied : the beach for several Store Hours:
: again U only for a weeks. So when we lose two, I
I 1 fflI, short time. two more arrive. DRINK 32-oz. 19 1
M A R K t{ T [ 8.30-9:1:
'
.' -- - I The Pigg family three different Mr and Mrs. Ralph Orchardof ,
I ones, have pulled up Knight's Lane, and Mr. and '
stakes and departed for home. Mr*. Harold Marean of Lang- tea a ,F ar a .r/ Sat. 8:307:00I' : :
The sisters from across the ster Street are leaving April t
street a brother Clay, from for four days in Nassau. The
Elm Street and aWl another trip Is a gift from a friend.
..



MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1964
THE GONDOLIER AGE SEVEN









.c $jmj Q.8. Speaker Develop- Tells Latent Kiwanians Abilities, I







"SucccH come In cane, failure "Yet each overcame his communication, the ,

CLASSIFIED In can'ta," Eddie Mayhew handicap by developing his lat asked Kiwanian Lynn Younger,

Lots For Sato Rentals Help WanledANNOUNCEMENT Boats For Sale of Tampa told Venice Kiwan- ent abilities" the speaker de an executive of the Venice-No-

lana at their mid-week luncheon clared. komis Bank, to teach him how

RATES NOTHING SHORT OF BURG LARGE FURNISHED 3 room 35 FT. 1958 CliRISCRArTConstellation. meeting. Lack of memory and lack of to light a cigarette Although

LARY. Corner and adjoining Apartment. Weekly Monthly Is hereby made that the Civil A one-owner "Developing Your Latent ability to express one's self in Mayhew followed Younger to.

Cherge Rates, both Thursday lot In Venice Gardens, $2500 Yearly.. Reasonable! Phone Service Board of the City of boat with only 385 original AbiliUea" was the theme of a clear, concise manner were struction literally, it took:

and Monday Editions cash. Rountree Agency, p. O. 488-3785, Eves, 488-5994. Sarasota will hold a police hours Looks like a new boat. Mayhew'i talk at the Wednei- quoted as two big handicaps to nearly eight minutes to finally

Box sola. 5716 Phone 4114 S. Trail, Sara. AN lJNU IAI. OPPORTUNITY' Entrance Examination on Twin 75 hp engines, well equipped day noon meeting at Early the average potion light the cigarette. ;

S1.50 924-325. seen A HOME LoU'K CAn April 28, 1964. Applicationsfor with many extras, 13500. Wynn's Steak House. Mayhew then demonstratedwhat The speaker was Introduced

ELK INLET Seawalled private TALC.p..lblllt TO I.OU, M.4.JACO.S I.s..la1.. ".-111' examination will be accepted I Hansen Chris-Craft Sales, 1210 Mayhew, who conducts the can be accomplishedwith by Joe Farley, Kiwanis program

(112 word minimum) boat basins. E. L. Kilton, until 5.00: p.m., April I N. TamiamI Trail in Sarasota Dale Carnegie Institute for the I a trained memory by leaf- chairman.

Additional 6c Bavahore Drive. Nokomts. FURNISHED S ROOM apart. 17, 1964. : Ph. 9585513. West Coast of Florida, pointedout Ing through the pages of Look '
ment. Walk to town and that Demosthenes was + '
Beginning salary $4.310.00Annuay. for about 20 minutes,
Magazine
"'" "'"
CASH rcf &. both Thursday Lots Wanted beach. Only $65 per month. )] Legal tongue tied. Beethoven deaf, tearing the magazine in half WORLD'SH

And Monday Editions Adults only Venice Arms After six months satis- John Milton blind and Frank. and passing out the torn-out LARGEST,)!I

PRIVATE PARTY Interestedin Apts, 516 S. Armada.COMPLETELY factory service, $4.520.00 1M THS OOUIM"I' JDDOW5 COURT IN tin D. Roosevelt paralyzed pages to the Kiwanians, One by '.5,5-sot ."1. II\II.IIQ t05Wr1me
1
S1.40 buying lots in Venice. Zoned Annually. AND FOR SARASOTA COtlNTT from the waist down. I II one as the various members Calf:
Furnished, ef- FLORIDA. IN FROBATSFlk ueyMc
duplex or Apt. Phone 488- I After one year service III' IUIiI NTATE OP I called out the number of the raw.., I'
11} word minimum) 2321. I ficlency apartment. $85: permonth. $4,810:00: Annually. FLOR./CNCS. 5ACRR D.es.d.PGA. The primitive Danakll people page they held, Mayhew stated 51. :0 .. HUGH
Words each 5eM Couple. Includes utili .. > N. T4TI McPHERSON
almost nothing.
Additional All applicants must be 21 NOTIMIi TO rRKDITORS of Ethiopia wear what was on each page.
ties. 704 Myrtle and Venice
By. PS9-139
years of age and not over 33years TO ALL CRKniTORS': AND PERSONS They live on hippopotamus L9S9-88to
Houses For As illustration of
A... &..c.. III Sale Way. HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS an poor
of of
..... ",... II a .h.... .S II _to age at time ap AGAINST SAID ESTATE meat.
------ --
... M 1-. S ON PRIVATE ESTATE at Osprey pointment. Good health ii required Yr* .r. berebr MtlfM ..4 lonM
.......... .....-. BECAUSE of temporary Financial .
... (or eaob ) to file eUi. .* 4en_ wkloh rme >
vision 20/30 without ur
A....... ".r... of tS ooati a) Distress I will sell two large bedroom ; haw .,.... the Beteu .. rUOSt- Legal WOLFER MOTORS. Inc.

r.ber III of..the.....GoaMtor la .-_P.O. my House and lots worth $l4,- apt., living room, tile bath, glasses minimum, 20/20 height with for glasses Policemen ; mica**M C nny RACHK. Florida D._In the kU arc WfCereen .. RAMBLER DODGE
500.00 for Frigidalre, gas stove and fur. T. GRAHAM StraeoU NOTICE' or IrnWnoH TOKKOISTKR
12500.00 and includethe nf Hoe JOHN VNDKB FICTITIOUS, fl5 S. TamiamI Trail 488.3965-488.6150 ,lJ
:5 I ft. 8 In.
TV fur.niahed CountJuilie, 1* Un CeMlr CeurtHOUM
CLASSIFIED nace garage space,
DISPLAYOne furnishings. I will vacateat or unfurnished. Annual Application blanks may: be at lI.r....*. riorMa" wlUiln ineilndftr NAME II HFJtKBT: "ITATTINNOTICE GIVEN That SPECIALIST IN. .
once or and rent from nnnthe f-nm the oeb> 01 the
stay
Inch S3.00 .
Edition per obtained in the Personnel Office M>e undnin.d Intaiile to rrw'trter' thertltlone
.
for $10000 basis only $100 per month. fiat publltnlon at tiili notice.Knell .... T-V ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTBrake
month : M11T RUBINOW
you per or .11
Both' Editions per Inch $3.50 pay $50.00 to rent one room if Quiet, no lawn to mow. Phone r-ubll.hl, Room April *9.I City'S. IM Hall. claim and I.or duplicate dnt.d |Bint ehall W..IIInltlnir ... .with for tho fiaraeoto rink of County.... COm'ItA.,4.. Florida.RUNCOA8T IIIa4 Repair Lubricate Chassis "

sold Seaman 968-2825. the plaae of wMna..d. poet officeadoreee Front End Alignment Oil Change
to a single man or woman. TELEVISION INC.Is
p.yabl. In of tlw Claimant ....11 ke ....
All ciant6ei Herman MEAT CUTTER, Female Meat ,i Ckerloi BoEetoU. Pneloent.ahlWr Front End Overhaul .
Vander Voort 728 Cypress ta br the Claimant, ale annt e* ale Adjust Headlights Beams
established, I LARGE ROOM. Private en. and Cashier. P )i M.r 11. a. M e d A. I. 1M4m
tdvince eicept Ave., Venice. Phone 488- Wrapper aMorntrl ehall be accompanied brSI S Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs
trance and bath. Call 488- m flllnf too, and one ....k claim f*
account 1475. Breezeway Super Market, Ven demand not eo filed ihall" b. .." Theflllnr THE COUNTY JODnrS COURT Engirt Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand
4774 daytime. 488-2537 after 6. ice. f*< mar he addrd to tk. anoint IM AND FOR" SARASOTA COUNTY
WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bedrooms of claim and alalm fume mar be olio FLORIDA SITTING AS A COVET OF Radio Repairs ard Transmission Repair -I'
CANCELLATION er AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY MAID FOR MOTEL work Ap- tal... from the moss* Jncktel" of-.. PROBATE Installation
Airconditioninq Repairs and
1H baths, garage, ANNA R. aalaN4 IN RCt: ESTATE OF
ADJUSTMENT dock. Reasonable. Margaret apartment. Available ply in person Forty Winks 54 5.uuia of tho _. ELIZABETH MATH:. DonooMCo .
quests for cancellation TamiamI I or Fiona.II.. RaoM. D..wd rl PIM, No __ ..
.e Drive. Laurel Villa. 488-2
er idiustment because of Call or see Larry Redford, As. A'J..h"I n S. BradfordKRA8WEU TO AOl R AND Al'. pfOlt.I I
error must be made for MUST SELL BARGAIN. Inspect solat. Chips Johnson Real SALESWOMAN. Prefer some i RROWrf, SONS RAVING' CLAIMS OR DEMANDS '
P. 0. Bin 74T, Venlr, Fla. AGAINST SAID MTATElYoa.
Thursday Gondolier BEFOREI and make offer. 1 Bedroom Estate, 306 W. Venice Ave. knowledge of interior deco rohlt.ni April e. 11. SO. 17. 1M... and aaeh of ..... a.. herebynotlfM I

pooh on Monday. For Mon.dly I CBS Home, 2 years old, Phone 488-2241 or 4882279. 264 rating.S. Tamiaml Apply Carpet Trail. Center, ,' or and demand roqnlno''vhloa' lo KM.Broient or eitherf anrIlia

Gondolier BEFORE I adjacent to Warm Mineral IK THE rincrrr COURT OF TH a ,n. ... hive ...1.., the IVrlou of
Springs. Owner, 119 Aero Ave., NICELY FURNISHED Duplex TWELFTH tlDI('AL CIRCUIT' CLItARFTR MATH, oeoeaeot. law of
,,III. on Thursday. N. Port Charlotte. reasonable. Citrus Highlands. i Business Personals COURT FOR SARASOTA OP FLORIDA COUNTY IN AND .Jsdm'e..._Coon deny of, Florida rotraouta.. tho Busy Cant In REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT

PHONE Call 958-5492 or 488-1056. Available IN CHANCERY: 'ho Counts Coorthonio it SaraoMa, Ohs.I.1. ,
...I hl. .' _.Uno. .."th. from
VENICE GARDENS : the 1st of April. PRIVATE PIANO Instruction Tlf RFfrtlllon: of < 'a r
the eito of tho tint poblltotion of Uia
HARLEY! BUG EN B CAIRIKKRM
4S3-3125 PRICE $12,000.00 in your home. Call Mrs. I. .. ",fn sat,. Duplex in wonderful location. Small
2 Bedroom 1 Bath For. 1 BEDROOM furnished apart D. Wilson, 474.1941.TYPEWRITERS NOTICF ..F...k alaln, .. doman4 ..... "W farittn. '
TO VINCENT OEBALD; CUU.SJN. I forme. aro onllablo front 'ho'
mica Cabinets with Built-in ment. Yearly. Inquire Avalon Y.. are herein ....1... thet th. Cant _. .lfl..,. In 4ui>lloata..hill I '' down with terms
Range. Finished utility room, Apts., 505 Barcelona. and Adding .'.,..-.om'" Petitioner, HARLEY EU- lute the pl.ce of roilomoa ind poetofllol payment good on
Machines (mechanically operated OtNB CAKRIKER boo fllrd' Sin petlttoej Mrs "f .Ia""..,, ....n be
Real Estate used as den. Beautiful carpet Chemically cleaned, the ___"... eourt for the *...... .warn u br tho .101....." haj a>ent orhli
) balance. For further Informationcall
and drapes Included. This I FURNISHED Apartment. Real lion of root minor child namrd therein .t....... .hall bo ...........'''' arSI
nice. Call 4884810. lIke new. Just $12.50 plus parts TS Mini to <.hUa foe roe be ro.onrored .
and required 10 bow cam*
house is located Sham you are ....,.. ,....
on If required. All makes Venice wbr the lame ahonld pot ho crantod k, br o the of
ONLY $13,500 rock Blvd. in the new sec Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. ....1".: a none nf not written. dcfeniie.If .1.1... ..< anr ewk ..1..e' ..... 488-6413 or 4884196.
Cherrful plastered C.B., 2bedroom. tion with all central utilities. MODERN, atrconditioned 488-6113. ..,. upon STINNETT a Kl'RFI'S no> eo flM eh.ll be sold. .
Itae ,
stores available in South Sate Hala a..... 5na a. Florida. At.lornore LOUIS LARRY MATE.
Fireplace, carport House and grounds in excellent for Petitioner, ... hr fUlnf the borator of toe KKaM
Venice Shopping Center. For of Elltakrtk Malo .rnatinf:.
orlrtna! hhmof with the clerk of Mid I
large utility room, condition. No added expenv Informatinn call 4885858. Court hr Mar 7. 1ISf! ............ a do- AtMnant Rmltk and T4.... ...
....
itUactive grounds, desir- necessary. SHEPARD toe Ron he entered aided JIM rreauInir A., Brodf.ro !th. .
Sit Weal Miami' Aronno.Venleo.
able neighborhood. Call MYRON McGLYNN Realtor UNFURNISHED, 2 bedrooms eeld' adoption.WITNESS Florida.Pti.lnbl .
mr hand and he aoal of .
Owner, 4884152. 4SJ Shamrock Blvd. plus Florida room; living LUMBER CO. aald, court at SaraM*. rlorlda. Uila SI March .... April S, IS. lo. IMI r
Ph. 408.4974OUTSTANDING w/TP extra large utility dar. of Merrh 1M"
room
:
1003 N. Washington Bird w. A. WYNNE.Herb
IJ11 Or WATER FRONTAGE room. In city children or pets \ of the C/n.10 CottRe

on South Creek Bay. In Sorrento bath home. Curbed 2 Bedrooms and paveed 2 Ok. $75 00 month. 488-5528 after Sarasota call D.....,Jan.Cls.h.Pohn.h momma.VOTlrB I Real Estate CornerNew I

Shores. Paved Street, :3 I p.rn. April I. 11. 1ft. 57. III&
streets central water
-
kjh and dry $25 per ft. Terma. IYStem ELLIOTT PAULfor

A* (for Lauden at sales office : and sewer. Beautifully CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 : OF INTENTION TO 'rI

III/ Sorrento Shores 4 miles landscaped. A real buy at bedroom furnished house RtX.ISTFR. UNDER FICTITIOUS WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
ROOF TRUSSES
17500. Byron M. Markle, 488-1333 488- NAME!: ETATUTB
Screened
porch.
,
.
north of Venice. Alum. Windows t Doors. Notice b herebr flea l that doe .nderelirn
Realtor 488-4708. 2151. *.f. dcelrlnv to eflB.ve In bml.ne I
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL Contract Roofing & Painting under the flrtltlotu n... of HILL 2-bedroom, 2bath. with nice OR
MAKE OFFER 2 Bedroom VIEW LIQUORS at 1MO HlllrlewRtrivt.
8 lots with Phone 488.2132 Venice Raraiota. Florida. Intvmde torotliter SELLINGYou're
adjoining 4-Uned home Venice Gardens Owner Misc. For SaleBY tho .Id .... with the, Ctark\ screened porch. Wonderful loca
Vff tach on newly anxious to sell Wanted of the Circuit Court la aad For 6 ra- Best Values Are .
Tamlami Trail (U.S. 41) with ... Count. Florida
but will sacrifice $500 OWNER in Port Charlotte, Dressmaking alterations dra- Found HERE]
223' to $11,000 Wltneo tar band and oflclal aoal Dial tion. Small down
depths ranging from down No closing coat About Concert made Hammond Organ perks, etc. reasonable 4811130 UUe dar. Of March. IM. payment. Easy
gar backing to SO' wide S' MYAKKA "I'VZRAGaCORpORATION.
up (88( Byron M Markle, with 32 AGO pedal key
per mono .
deep canal with access zoned to Inter-R-3. Realtor, 488.4706.ATTRACTIVE board. Leslie speaker and organ Mobile Homes Br Robert 1. BUltMtt. terms. For information call
costal! waterway, PresidentPubliibi
light fixture. Phone NA5- ".r. le. 19, SO and Apr e. ItSI
Ideal sites for motel restaurant
HOME in nice 7389. For Sale 488.6413 or 4884196INTERESTED
marina, filling station, section of Venice. Two bedrooms :1'INTERESTED

coops and so forth. This is the two baths, screened SEWING MACHINES. Clean, TO RS.Cmrk.lt NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME

Trail front.g of Sorrento porch and carport 1001 Noko- oil! and adjust. $2.50. George 10' x 46' VINDALE ALUMINUM underlined. do henfcr certlfr that :

Shores. Will sell one lot or lUin mis Ave, So., Venice. 14000. Part, 1030 N. Washington, 2 bedrooms, tiled bath O.toes, aro at SIS conducting So. Armada aa Apartment Rd., Vcnlpo buel. .

lots for $12,000 each Low[ down payment. No closing Sarasota, 95 -7885. gas heat, large gas tank wall F,.., undmthe flctltloui name of VEN.
Terms. Phone Venice 488-5027, Call 4886701. oven, Kelvinator, sliding doors KB ARMS APARTMENTS and that
costs ., ...........
exceptional closet and ,4 firm la of tho following
Sales space
or visit Sorrento Shore. RUBBER STAMPS made to or prraona whole ..... and SIRS ofrenlilrnof ?
Office located 4 miles N. of AN UNl'nl'AI OPPOIITUNITVIIlEFn der. Overnight service. Office I cabinets, TV antenna, awnings / ar aa followll ?

Venice miles of Sarasota. A ROME': IACK.....CAHHTRnoonriallllr .. stock. covered patio. Nice location John 0 NrttMon' T. O Boa S4T.Enclewood. .
9 S. M>o* personal, pocket or I .. P7.Tram. 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, ScreenedPorch
TALK TO LOO JACOBS, 4M-ISIT 488-1432. and wonderful) neighbors. Lot K: H"_. P. O. torn S4t.
SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. 150! or call at office. HARBOR gnsh.'od, Fl.O.sw.hlp H. H. Wlmmerl-Realtor attached carport Oil t
0' VOIIoo A... Aoor4 heat
Large enough for thirt n qulf FOR SALE LIGHTS. Stool Ie 00 follonsJoh. $
GOLDEN BEACH near FURNITURE
Iota REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent 105 East Aurora
with 15,000 sq. ft. In each. 0. Nael..n 10 p. e.4.Tho.
Two bedrooms two baths. Leaving Town Must SellG. .. K. Ncttletoa, 10 per ant $17,50000 UNFURNISHEDH.
Zoned R-l. On county mam- Cu. Refr. Auto For Sale It la our /Intention! to ...1, to the 'for Western Union Telegraph/ '
11.2
timed street 200 ft. West of foot Florida room E. Clerk of the Circuit Court la and for I
TamiamI Trail 3tt miles 30 Like New .. ... ... .$125 1957 FORD Country Sedan 5..--. dusty FloHda. to roirietor. Menday thru Friday t to 51: Saturday to I N. WIMMERS I
112 ft. lot. the eald VEMILS ARMS APARTMENTS
corner name
North of Venice, 14 ml. South on Brown Sofa 104" Wagon 4-door Phone 488- under th. prorlelona of ('h.... CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

of( Sorrento Shores. $19,000 519 GULF STREET Danish 4 mo.Modern old .white.. .. ..$85 2300. ter IOMS. tie our hondo of "...Id.th.... Acta lOtk of aat. 141.Wltncee HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. MiamI Ave.

terms. Call Venice t88--027 or March., 1M4 488-5308
4882791. cover chair .... .$ 30 Pets JOHN 0. NETTtFTOM.THFRFSA .
NEW DUPLEX In Venice Gar. TV-Hl-Fi-Radio Comb. I(. NETTLETONPublkfcl .
each side. March SS. '0. Apr. S, IS. IOS&.
dens 2 bedrooms
Formica comb. .. . .$100
Central heat and air-condition. BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird .
Lots For Sale location. Dining Room .et. supplies for sale 488-5850 This Space
ed. Attractive lake
Maple Fair . .. ,$45
Phone 488-4885 or 488-6651. NEED MONEY?
White & Walnut Formica VENICE GARDENS
WATERFRONT LOTS on seen- custom made double Boats For Sale AvailableFor

Ic, wide deep Myskka River, 1 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot dresser & matched Would you like to have

Wyakka Shores. Also marina city water and sewer. klngiize headboard .$ 90 FOR SALE Aluminum Boat, some money in escrow to 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH HOME
WIth> houses and buildings and Walk to school and store. $7.250 cover and trailer. Outboard business Your
family
Dresser and matching I protect your or
Water
Central Heat Central
CaU
boat cost!
ramp. Also 60 acres onMy.kka 30 per cent below optional. Call 4884858. of
headboard (twin) I In ease your unexpected

River off Highway 777M 488-1HO after 4 or weekends. matching desk ..,.. ...$94 HOBBY & BOAT LOVERS dealth er dis.bility7If Many Extras Real Estate

< East River Road. Call ownS 2 BEDROOM CB HOME. FlorIda Dresser, grey wood grain $15 26' Chris Craft with 160 H.P. you can qualify I can arrange .
r. Ray Undke 824-7593 or PRICE $11,500
AdvertisementATTENTION
1rrite room carport. Newly Maytag Auto Washer, 3 reconditioned motor. Hull in a 1 1'/ o 3% loan.

P. o. Box 122, Sarasota. decorated. 704 Serata. years old .. . ..... $55 process of being rebuilt. Needs
PAUL E. SANDERS FRANK C. RAEBURN Realtor
EAST GATE: S: choice lots. Pool Other misc. tables, chairs, loving labor to complete. No or
Owner BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING lamps etc. reasonable offer turned down Ph. 488-6738-488-5183 MR. & MRS."RIGHTPARTY" .
phone 488-S470. home. 2 bedrooms, den Flor Call 488-3<<4, Venice. Must sell. Leaving town. Call 251 W. Venice Ave. Phones: 488-1600 488-264

BEAUTIFUL: LOT in Sorrento ida room. 21x31 screened patio. 488-3<<4 evenings. "
Shores. 100x150 ft. Including Furnished U desired Good flnlncing. .- Help WantedNO at the right price, your future

bat 2102 Georgia Ave., Englewood home Is now available, It has
dock. On paved street,
"WO Terms. Call Venice Grove City EXPERIENCE necessary. GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 2 bdrms, 2 full title baths,

--M27 or 488-2791. For TradeWILL Opportunity for ;young men JIil. large livingroom, full dining.room. .

Homes to learn aircraft refinishing! [HOMES" Also a large hobby.

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, from bottom up. Inquire Mr. Member Chamber of Commerce workshop room that could
2 Bedroom

Nook*< residential.3, Unit 78.No.4 Business 14 h 15,, TRADE. Hi baths HOMES., C.B. home, Wilson Venice, Airport.ATTRACTIVE East Nose. end hangar, DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE easily be used as a 3rd

M lot on deep canal with and Air Conditioning bdrm. 2 car carport. One
29 30. Block J.: Unit 78. large Heating
A- Gallo, 337 Gardenia Road, dock In Laurel Villa, for comparable LOCAL canvassing Installation block from Trail In S. Venice.

"nice Gardens. Ph. 488-3573: or larger home In Ven- program for Early H9ailngt/Alr Conditioning SOMEBODYIS Only $11,500 or $12,500 fur-

Ice area. Phone 4882464. Wynn Lanes. Call 488-2295 for Gas Ranges'. Water Heaters nlshed.

Interview with Mr. Frye.
Fr.. Estimates H. P. HORN
BAYSHORE ESTATES Rentals
SALESMAN Wanted for VenIce No Job Too Big er Too Small
Highly) lot.
elevated, choice Life Insure : 263 So Trail Venice Ph. 483-2271 REALTOR
05' 2 BEDROOM Furnished apart area. Large -

/tan frontage.Roberts Across Beautiful street ment. Large kitchen and living ance Co. Must be high school ,, IN LUCKOwner U.S. 41 and Alb.. Rd.

slew I Bay. room. Also a 3 room furnished I
Reasonable. Phone ) apartment. Summer 45. Married. Sales experience INSTALLWEATHERTRON'- Ph. 488.5994 Eves.
ef'
WJ-5047. Eves. to Is leaving state for new fob and must dispose .
488-3785 desired. $43300 monthly
rates. Phone start. Excellent company Benefits his 3-bedroom beth home In the City of Venice. This

II-VtNK I REftmFNTIAL lOTi 488-5994. and training program. modern home with e screened patio, central oil heat, large

ALSO ALL VENICB HIIRINK88.8ITM. HOUSE TRAILER with ca- Write qualifications tot: District living room with hooded fire place must be seen. to be
LOU JACOBS 41 -SISf 2 LOTS
bane and carport. Available Manager P. O. Box 1630 All IIECTRIC HEAT PUMP appreciated. -

Z LOTs In Venice Gardens. April 1, Mobile City Rt. 2, Sarasota Fla.RECEPTIONIST.
SIDE BY SIDE IN
Road lot on Bayshore Vokomls. Padua Court, Good- ONLY $15,800.TERMS .
\ never Nokomis Beach. hart fop P h y..Iclan' Venice Gardens

Wr te, J. R.. Box 746, Venice. LOCATEDApartments. office. State age, ex- HIATINO / CAN BE ARRANGED
CENTRALLY perienct and marital status $1,350.00 each

EAST GATE. Choice lots, mln! on yearly or Reply W. F., Box 746 Venice. CHIPS JOHNSON RealtorBRANCH t
M feet wide. See or call Lar2 .. monthly basis. Vacationers I

Redford Assoc. Chips John/ welcome. Armada Apts., 408 MAID White some experience COOtlHOCORP OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488-1695 Martin S. Stancik I

Ion Real Estate 308 W. Venice Armada Rd. S. phone 4883416. f

Av*. Phone 488-3609. 488-2241. er REALTOR
FURNISHED 2 ROOM apartment WANTED Driver-Salesman.

r01\ QUICK SALE J Lot* $55 per month, Including Horde Dairy Inc., 1301 S 306 W, VENICE AVE. PHONE 488-2241 Venice 488.5443 }'

80100. South Venice. Owner.Phon. utilities Close to town and Venict By-Way 744 Venice Av. L Venice, Fla. 488-5359 ...
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E'G 0 N D C THURSDAY APRIL: 2,


Nokomis Club I Churchwomen Meet TomorrowCircles Will CB Radio Elect Club New -


Changes Plans of the Venice-Nokomis Venetian Gardens. The Bible Officers TonightVenice
Presbyterian Women of study will be a roundtable discussion
Changes in the April 9 meet- Area Citizens
the Church will meet tomorrow Band
Ing of Nokomis Home Demonstration Radio Club will elect
Club are announced to- ICircle Circle Six will meet at 10 a. for a one.year term officers
day by club officers. One will meet at 10 m at the home of Mrs Warren meeting today at 7:30 at lu
The group will\ meet with the a.,, a' the home of Mrs Feller of 612 N Armada the community room of p m. h
newly-organized Venice club at James Winn at 200 E. Sham. Mrs Albin Johnson will give Federal Savings and First

>ri 10:50 a.m. for a showing of a rock Blvd. Mrs Harold Beake the Bible study. As,,". Loan

i cancer film in the communityroom will be co-hostess Mrs Nettie Circle Seven will meet at 8 The club organized on Jan
of First Federal Savingsand Weaver will give the Bible p m at the home of Mrs. Paul 10 and has had only temporary'
30 2J vJS Loan Assn. study. Theen of 348 Hillvlew Road. officers since that time Wil!
I At 12:15: p.m. Nokomis Club Circle Two will meet at 10 Mrs. Allen Simmons will give !Ham P Way has served
i members will have lunch at a.m. with Mrs William Mortonat the Bible study, chairman u
the Nokomis Fire Hall and' 413 Alhambra Road. Her co- All citizens band radio
for this month will spa.
members are requested to hostess will be Miss Kate Study rators are invited to affiliate.
be "Affirmations of Faith,
their sandwiches in
bring own
Huntsman Mrs. Morton will Speaker of the
lieu of the usual covered dish the Bible study. Paslms 18, 23, 27, 91 and 121. be Roland Wendt evening president will

Mrs Nadine Stulgis will givea All interested women are Invited Manasota CB Club A of
demonstration on liquid embroidery Circle Three will meet at 1:30 question
to of these circle and answer period
y'y'l l \I any will folio.
at 1 p.m. and the p.m. at the home of Mrs W meetings. the talk *
a club's monthly business meeting I C. Cadwallader of 418 Golden
11'11be( \ held at 2 p.m. Beach Blvd. The co-hostess
will be Mrs Harry Mogford
Mrs Fred Witherow will five 1

the Bible study.
School MenuArea
Circle Four will meet at noon
with Mrs Hugh MacPherson of
school menus, published 1762' Pomelo. Mrs Virginia Jerry Cellura
each week the GONDOLIER
by -
+
Bundy 'will give the Bible
with the cooperation of : handmade
study. Mothers may leave their
lunchroom managers, for this small children at the Fellowship j ARCH
going-back-to-achool week will SUPPORTS
---- Hall during this luncheon

VENICE HIGH BASEBALL TEAM From left, front: John ry Caudle; third row Sam Morgan, Craig Thompson Gary Elementary on hand
I Knott Chazz Smith, Larry Muntean Raleigh Stahl Bob John Moser, Ray Joel son, John Gillies, Jim Sikora, Carl Miller and MONDAY M........'. .be.e. 3t .. will Speclolitt in Arch Support and Orthopedic Shoes
Circle Five meet at 1:30
son and Shep Lawrence second row Greg Jones, John Tay Bill Brown. Ed Fanning is coach and Jim Powell assistant e-lt.r.d ..... 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE
at the home of Mrs. Bernard
lor. Ben Sanders, Richard RohJwing, Richard Gange and Ter- roach 5'.bbnt..I.dPlied WIt..1_eoa.h_ Bishop of Lake Shore Road in Rtorw R....' It ... to 4 p.M. Mi ....|...


Spring Theme Tt'RADAT Moat Milk ..,'" ...d.l.k. .
II Own.brownedSplnarh __
Last To WinContinued
Friday
Day
Used At PartyAn wpDNRPDATr App Milk' ). .._


( from pgae 1)) to get $30 clubs of fhscrip- relatives. Some have Jumped April Shower motif was Rakd pork.."kk.and ....... .Doo boloeesr.iwy YOU CAN'T GO WRONG

vote and the one with the low- tions not just enough to stayin from place to place picking upa carried out for the decorations MI.,.. er.n 00104
est is just a matter of spending the race can come to the subscription here and there, at the Venl .Nokomi. Wom "Whet" lied nil Jrilo y WITH
a few hours in real produc- front and be one of the big and getting promises,. But an's Club social card party MilkTPI'RPDAT

tive effort. prize winners when the con there are hundreds of people held at the club house Wednes rhurA r4.ult. .
ern
Any contestant who will test ends May 2. who have never been asked to day.The do.- khan.nine WRIGHTREPUBLICAN

buckle down to hard campaigning Time for Action lubscribe The contestant who refreshment table was lit .non.51lu

and make a special effort The time has come for some will make a systematic cam- adorned with banquets of pan- Mill"' .,,b....d v
paign will find plenty of subscriptions ties and passion flowers small CANDIDATE
real action on the part of conttrtants 'RIDATl
and come to the umbrellas and birds r.*. .!.* .andwlrh
who want to be numbered -
Two Venetians l
rM.t..iad
front and win
among the honored prizewinners There were nine tables of ,""II... moat,,. : FOR
Receive DegreesMiss Help Workers Win bridge and Slams were bid and Autte fI.h".sd.ppl p.. t

The contest prizes still are Under the contest plan, nearly made bv Mrs Thelma Trah. Milk COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
Rose Marie Hightowerand within reach of any contestantwho everyone is a prospect for a er and Mrs H. W. Bartlett and ;
Philip D. Payne Jr will be will, put forth as much effort subscription or an extension of Mrs. George Grisdale and Mrs. Venire Elementary School

among the 3.119 students receiving as such prizes deserve instead his present subscription up to George Thelss MONDAY Meat pot, pl.V..hI. J
their diplomas' at University three years in advance I ..
of just hanging on hop Door prizes were awarded to
of Florida, Gainesville, Anyone who has already itwrtl, ..bbaPlrklH ..
that stroke of luck Miss ,
ing by some I Jean Kent, Mrs. William bMaPllfft
on April 19. something will be won. given a $5 00 one year subscription Loeffler and Mrs Louis Moel ptwcbM W8.tGHt
DISTRICT 5
Miss Hightower, daughter; of can increase his time ler Muffin braa l t
Mr. and Mrs. James A. H gh- Hard campaigning during the up to three years in advanceby Milk j10BERt
of this The hostesses for the after TI "RnA",
tower of 529 Riviera, will receive remaining days import. paying the difference between at N..h.... bens. br.I..ttu. .
noon Mrs J.
ant second vote period will win were W. Allen, ...
bachelor phl..pple..W'
a of science in what was paid and the
an extra $30 00 prize and the chairman assisted by Mrs. Onion' ring
physical education. Payne, $14 00 for three Con .
son years. Frank Orapl. banana avp
Burton and Mrs Louis
of votes earned may) put that con ,
Mr and Mrs. Philip D. testants taking these extending Hot m1Y Jelly
Payne of S20 Alhambra Road, I testant in the winning list in subscriptions get the differencein Jacobs Milk,
the final vote count. Duplicate bridle is played at p"nNRSDAYITurk.
will receive a bachelor of arts votes Issued and what the ... drwlnlRtuffal VOTE "WRIGHT"MAY
the club
degree. A check of the record of subscriptions every Thursday afternoon MltrrCranberry ,
$14 00 payment would have
rt turned in by contestants at 1 p.m. Members, aultwed benmll.
earned, based on the first vote
since the contest start II period. guests and friends are Invited. J.11a aauoaPnilwd
ed shows that there Mil roll.
for an are plentyof Anyone who has paid $5 00 to MlkTHI'RPDA, 5thPRIMARIES
prospective subscribers. Not any contestant can pay $9.00 Grange Meeting SetA T,
enjoyable I GOLf one-third of the people who are I Hnmbnw. b..
more to make it three years
day of regular GONDOLIER subscribers and the contestant taking the Grange potluck supper will PHI' thtpt.potatoiarmrdm, MHO, rlnnNrw
have given subscriptions. 'second subscription will get be held at Venice Civic Center HIM
TRY Many present subscriberswill 90,000, votes Wednesday at 830; p.m. Apple, can.Mik .
pay up to three years in preceding the business meeting PRInATINeptune.'
SARASOTAGOLF advance to SAVE MONEY Anyone who has paid $5.00 to at 7:30: pm. .. Iu.k......
any contestant can give the II.k" setae.Tn.ibh Paid Political I Ad B. W Pat Treasurer
CLUB and help some determined con. Those attending are request. _. By ( ) Kearney, Campaign
testant win Most people of this same contestant or any other ed to covered dish and Tn....'. .".trIODU'dI
DAILY GREEN bring a
CO fiA contestant $5.00 get credit .
I area !Ih' by the Golden Rule. more "plo ark.Milk
FEES . { They will help others who are for two years and the extension their place settings c'

Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. making a sincere effort to help will give 30.000 votes
South! of Sarasota themselves This extension or second payment

Most contestants have already -I plan makes and keeps FIRST QUARTER OFFICERS
seen their friends and everybody a prospect for subscriotions -
during the contest STATEMENT OF CONDITION GEORGE E. YOUNGBERG, SR.
I*. makes it possible for a real I
campaigner to get the winning March 31, 1964 Charmae of the Board

votes while others merely wish
WILLIAM C. PAYNE
REALTYVIEWS they could get them. Assets
Prtsrderq;
MARCil 31, 1963
UrankarVeachLVWGA MARCH 31, 1964 .MERLE L. GRASER
Cash on Hand and Due From Banks 596,88217 $1,241,279.58

WinnersJerry U. S. Government Securities __..___ 1341274.25 $ 223,374.38 Vise Prel. MId Cashier

: Urankar end Mary Other Securities (Federal Agencies) 850,000 .0.
r the tubs"-lost forever and Veach came in first place In Federal Reserve Bank Stock 15,000.00 15,000.00 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

not deductible! At this time the A and B combined divisionof Total Securities $2,206,274 $ 238.374.38

of year w* ill/ become conscious 18-hole play Wednesday in Loans and Discounts ..._____ 2,315,386.89.0. GEORGE E. YOUNGBERG s SR

of the staggering cost the "blind partners best ball Rank Premises Owned .____._ 174.133 $ 137,527.57 Chairmen o f the Board
of our Federal Government. one-half combined handicap" Furniture Fixtures and Equipment 77,78913 45,431.03
by CHIPS JOHNSON tourney at Lake Venice Golf E. G, DAN BOONE
Our income tax return ( )
prove $ 251,922.56 $ 182.958.60
with Total Fixed Assets ________
Club a of 66',4.
score
"Every time I have to fill once end for all where the Runnersup with a 70 were Accrual and Other Assets ______ 66,889.96 8,543.59 Boone, //flun & Irphording;,

out my income tai return," money really comes from. Dulcie Wright and Stephanie Total Assets $5,437,356.51 st,671,156,1S Attorneyl for Bark
I friend said, "I'm thankful Naturally, any of us are Duke.

we bought a home" "In pleased with any legitimate In the 9-hole division Ethel Liabilities DR. GEORGE IL BOYD, JRPhYysidaoJ .
fact," he added, "I'm" just tax deduction the rules allow Bickel and Frank Powell \

returning from seeing my including those fromowning were first with a 33'... In sec
accountant. It's sure nice to home. ond place with a 34 were Anna Demand> Deposits $2,613,843.48 $ 730,308.30 ROBERT J. HAMILTONTime

have the Sutra deductions A more favorable income Yarger and Sewell McKeough Deposits __ 2,187,275.87 349,300.69 rei.flmlon homer, [fit.
that from home Eleanor was the consolation Total Deposits ,__________ $4,801.119 $1,079,608.99
come owntax portion is just one of I winner In the 18-hole group and 65251.10 1,177.29
whip, Accruals and Other Liabilities WILLIAM G LOEFFLER
the many benefits of home Jackie Hodpln! in the nine.hole. Total Liabilities $4,866,370.45 Jl,080,786,28
My friend, of course, ownership. Next week's event will be an Controller! (Retired)
Why not by
was referring to the Income slop all iron tournament low net. Federal Dl'p sl las Cor1Wslllngto"l -
t tax deduction which home and I let us enplam ALL the Capital' I Funds D.scar

ownership mate. possible. benefits that come from Beans Entertain

Interest paid on a home owning the right home? Capital (Common Stock) $ 300000.00 $ 300,000.00 WILLIAM C. PAYNE

loan ;it deductible; real Daughter's Family Surplus _....___.._ 200000.00 200,000.00 PresiJem 0tM Bank
r If: h state till'S paid on a home CHIPS JOHNSON Mrs Jose Martinez-Riera of Undivided Profits 70,986.06 90,869.87

are also deductible. On the REALTOR i INSUROR New York and her four children Total Capital Funds $ 570,986.06 $ 690,369.87 EARL N. P. RAWLES

other hand, there ;if NO have returned home after Total Liabilities and Capital Funds 5437356.51 $1,671,156.15 Owner RJ1lJlel FaaeralHome
.
place on an Income tax form 306 W. Venice Ave. spending the Easter vacation ,
.
to deduct the rent you pay Branch Real Eitate Office parents with Mrs., Mr. and Martinez Mrs Riera's C. R. U. S. Government and other securities carried as of March 31, 1964 at HARVEY G. ROHLWIN

I for housing KENT MOTEL Beans of Bay View Parkway $1,596,496 were pledged to secure U. S. Government and other public I

t: It ;it lust "money down Phone 488227 The youngsters range in age deposits, and for other purposes required or permitted by law. General Buildi"l COnrfJttfl"
from six to 12 years and en.

..... advertisement joyed swimming In the Gulf (Opened for business March 29, 1963)) HUBERT L. TOMLINSO
I. .- r". ___ while here. t
ASSETS OVER 5.. MILLION DOLLARS Prate, Venice Boat & MoorI. d.Tk.nb .
IN 12 MONTHS
I I 1 DEPOSITS OVER ..,

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