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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 9, 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
 Record Information
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
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00188
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fattttt Growing Area on FloridVt West Coast Osprey Laurel Nokomis Verne, South Venice, Venice Gardens Yank East Englewood North Port Charlotte

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lot[ Clearing Ad Lois White 'Miss Venice'; Booming Growth



Succeeds Esther Harden '
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Miss Lois White will represent -
Faces Court Test Venice In the Miss 1

,, Florida competitions this
summer at Sarasota.

By SAM DILLON 1 The warrants charged that Runner-up In the !Miss Shown
Venice contest, she assumed -
TrtlpaRl charges filed Tune Wallace, a dozer operator for the title when Miss Esther In Report

., against a bulldozer opera. Midway Construction, "did Harden withdrew last 1 i
rb1 Robert Mahon of Venice then and there enter the Im- week to accept a job as
iv lead to the first court test proved land of Aero, Inc., with- hostess at the General Mot
I Sarasota County's new lot out the permission of the owner ors exhibit at the New York

raring act. Robert Mahon and Aero, World's Fair, While home By W. EARL ACMANN in a financial statement for 16'4 mills, the city collected 287.29, an Increase of $181 r;e

County commissioners decid- Inc., with Intent to cut the on Easter vacation, she discussed I The amazing growth of the that period just completed by $58,370.12 in taxes In 1963, 917.17 or 311.6 per cent in :yearly
j to itsnd and fight" in the grass there growing the job possibilitywith City of Venice in the past 10,City Clerk Harry W. Hager. I I with the tax rate still at 16tt I ad valorem taxes.
4 serious challenge of the Midway, with offices at 4302 Dr. Luther Luck of the years is graphically reflectedPolice In 1954, with the tax rate at mills the city collected $240- In 1955 with the growth of

,, ]law enacted during the Brazil Nut Road Sarasota, was sponsoring Jaycees and the the city in population begin- !,
oj session of the Florida Leg. low bidder at $12.50 a lot on a group accepted her resignation ning to be felt, the Venice City
contract with the county to from the title. t Council reduced the tax rate
alum clear approximately 80 lots m She leaves Crack Down two mills, to 14 J./ mills and it
The decision was reachef bye the Golden Beach area adjacent the Universityof remained at that figure
Board of County Commis- to the Venice city limits Florida where she is a through 1958.
)nets on Tuesday afternoon Two freshman student next week i
separate warrants were
" of the arrest of and plans to work until the Income Mounts
er learning served .
on Wallace for
iiam Wallace of the Midway trespassing October tH-mester term' 7"l l However, the total net taxes
on Lots 5 and 10 of Block
instruction Co. on two war 10, owned by Aero Inc., in the her mother, !Mrs. W. Harmon On Beach Parking collected for those four years
nil Issued by District 2 Golden Beach subdivision Harden said. continued to mount with $74,-
,nrtable Jack Knuckles. was released his He I She will live at a woman's LOIS UHITE 946.31 collected in 1955; $93- "
lots on own recog- hotel there during the time of 412 PensacoU Road. She I 369.89 in 1956; $103,16657 in ,
clearing nizance
Palace was and continued to clear and expects to rejoin the has represented the city at I Venice police pulled a surprise said officers issued 11 tickets would be confined to the beach. 1957; and $127,120.40 In 1958.
Aero Inc in Golden the land
tiled by with the 1
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heavy staff again next :year functions while Miss Harden crackdown Sunday on for illegal parking on the grassat Signs and a possible ordi- In 1959 with the $1,500,000
irk Subdivision No. 2 when ment until ordered to .qUIP-1 Miss While Is the daughter was in school at Gain. ''J parking violations at the city the new beach pavilion and nance prohibiting climbing on bond issue for sanitary sewers'
( warrants were read. Ma- the county commission. of Mrs Mary L. White esville. .I beach. in the parkway between the the beach pavilion roof also and the $500.000 bond issue for

li., who had the warrants is (Continued on page 2) III""M...."' I Police Chief John Shockey I east-west traffic lanes on West were discussed by the council. drainage and paving in the off.*
red, it vice president of Aero, ------ Venice Avenue. City Attorney M. A. Braswell long, the city council raised the

HELP "We've been telling them for was asked to investigate present tax rate back to 16 tt mills,
Injunction Action WANTED the past several weeks not to ordinances to determine with corresponding Increasedtax i

Afterward, the county com- park on the grass," said whether such action may already collections $138.065.04 in
Jtion authorized County At- Shockey, adding that the city be covered and, if not, 1959; $147,32309 in 1960; $171-
mey! Richard Nelson to take Council only recently spent several to draft a new ordinance 'for 29435 In 1961; $211,972.32 in
e necessary legal steps to In Search Of f PlanThere's nerussed hundred dollars in landscaping council's consideration.The 1962 and last year's all time

.. the around the high of $240,287.09.However .
join property owners from -- -- area new pa signs prohibiting the

'smarting work under the a "Help Wanted" replacement for City Planning suggested at last week's informal at a closed conned session vilion. climbing are to be placed at ad valorem taxes
t This reportedly may in- sign out at the Venice City Director Paul A. Youngbergwho afternoon session that Tuesday. The chief recommended to the stonework abutment sup are but a part of the city'stotal
tide obtaining a declaratory Hall. I has resigned effective in the city officials listen careful. City Council on Tuesday that porting the hyperbolic parabo- income and as the city
cree temporarily upholding Ne.ded-and urgently some mid-April. I to I The post of city planning director white posts 18 inches to two loid roof. continued to grow in population
ly Youngberg's recommendations
is filled feet high be installed around the tax
cigarette occupational
by recommendation ,
e constitutionality of the act. council _
members feel is a Councilman Ralph Anderson for a successor to the 1 The police chief also noted
of the mayor, subjectto the west perimeter of the park licenses, road and bridge tax,
ol that several violations exist
post city planner.Declared approval by the city council. way and the south side of the Florida Power and Light Co.u
; vG throughout the city of old cars
,:li, Anderson, "I don't The job was created about pavilion adjacent to the beach franchise tax and other miscellaneous
think there's anyone in the city three years ago, with Young parking area parked on city property I sources of Income
f more qualified than Paul to berg as the first city planning Council agreed and ordered "Some of them," said continued to rise even proportionately .
e set up the criteria for the job." director in the city's history Director of Public Works Guy Shockey, "have been there for I higher than the ad
"I have a feeling," said Curwood to work with the weeks and week.." And he valorem taxes with a total
t Mayor Smyth D. Brohard, Council and the mayor police department in installing went on to report that five of yearly income of $$166,966.29 in
sus't. "that we need a relatively agreed that as many applicants the posts the violations are in East Gate 1954 as compared to a total ,
young man with a background as possible should besought Shockey also recommendedthat Terrace alone, as well as sev- yearly Income of $$630,105 in
similar to Paul's and with ad- with a target date of beach concessionnaires eral other areas throughout the 1963.
ministrative pptential." July 1 for hiring a successor Robert Byrd and Don Bredingbe community. Last Four Best

Said Youngberg, "I think it to Youngberg. The July date sworn in as police reserves Chief Shockey said owners of The last'four years especial >
behooves the city to get as was adopted at the suggestion as an aid In policing the beach the vehicles will be notified by ly have seen increases in total

r many applications as possible of Public Works Director Guy Mayor Smyth D. Brohard con- letter that they will have 48 yearly income In 1959 the

." And he went on to suggest Curwood who will have to take curred in the recommendationand hours to remove the cars before year's total was 342334.88 and
that the city might( em- said he would swear in they are hauled away by then in 1960 it jumped to $822467.45 ..
ploy someone to do its engineering over Youngberg's duties in the the two men with the understanding the city at the expense of the to a record $662.006.00Contlnu.d

work on a six months interim. their assignment owners. ( on page 2)

trial basis


eventually And Youngberg, the post added would haveto that, ''Love Rides The Rails' Smasheroo '

become a two-man depart
ment to keep up with the tremendous I
growth of the city.

tiGROUNDBREAKING "I don't feel like we have to Closer For VLT's 14th Season

CEREMONIES for the ference room, library, educational space, din- rush this thing," added Bro
new Presbyterian 'Church House' were held ing room and kitchen. Representatives of the hard, "since most of our projects

Sunday following worship services at the various church groups participated in the are already going" Mr.. ......n IMff T.....
nve.in sanctuary. The new $110,000 church service, with the Rev David A. Bowles of. Applications of three men interested Prod.... Hop**! Mar,., I.ark
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Klmon V.k. Edward 1'
facUlty will house administrative offices, con- ficiating. In the job were dis- Truman P..d...... ? laden Plll
Harold SUnfrut D... Cartott. rr
Dirk Sntath _. Ned Stafford
Mid-County GOP mrlotla Cortra: _? ......1. Radlhr
Political RallySetAtOsprey Junior' Prom At Pavilion Flit ___. K., 8........
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Fete In Nokomis :.I... 8,11'E Glh.rwm,,
Fwd Whtrlriifct RIM KraiorDin
Given Tentative Approval NOKOMIS The newly organized the Cop Allxr Elena
Mid-Sarasota County Railroad" ..keN Kwwrth Walkr.Flwaod .
OSPREY First non partn !- xi... Waltar Jahlla, Dmnl -
Club for Districts ,
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, political the Ven could decorate for the night Republican > Rrdlfw.CHORUS
rally ever held Permission to use "Tria rOQUFTTFS."
6 and 7 will be host to GOP
'" in the memory of long- ice Beach Pavilion as the site time activities.The candidates for county office at Mary Film 1'0'1......... dinrterl,
Whwler. EI.i Smith. Jack-
Mar *
111 residents has been sched- for this year's Junior Prom junior class spokesman 7:30: p.m. Monday at the fire- I. Fanning Pan Palm*. DorryHarron
Id i for 7:30: p.m Friday ale was tentatively granted to the recalled that similar request to! house here.Membership. DodT H...,!, Helm Sa-
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.. A-romnanUt' Ashen Wandt
Bay class t.
View Restaurant, Venice I High School junior "
use the Nokomis Beach Pa In the new club By PEGGY BOGERT
met i of Bay street and the 1 by the City Council at Tuesday' vilion had been granted by the is open to both men and women Pauline's "PERILS" Little } I i id it

I informal afternoon ses county about two years ago. from Albee Road to Stick Nell's "plight" and Harriet t
Master: of ceremonies for the He said the tprom would be ney Point Road. Monday's Beecher Stowe's "message" i't
sion.C. '
.11"< sponsored by the citi- : E. Pitts Jr., Junior class moved to the high school gym meeting will be open to the (complete with ice floes and 't't'i
Os of Osprey, will be Stuart president, appeared before the in case of Inclement weather. public. Inconsistencies) now are dim

rjiejr.nvitations. I council to initiate the request. Pitts said approximately 30C Officers of the club are Col. med by the rigors and virtue of 'i I r'f t
Pitts told council mem-
.lIy' have to speak at the ben Young the is scheduled for to 350 students are expected to! Chester C. Moomaw president; one Prudence Hopewell, the
been issued to candl- prom
. for May 15, from 9pmuntil attend the Prom which will b e Shelburne P. Sweetland vice willing! victim of circumstances
Friday
the ,
commls-
county J. Herschel Morris, control.
* chaperoned by parents and I president; certainly beyond her
and clerk of circuit lam.He
the
w further asked that use of teachers. A banquet will precede secretary-treasurer; WilliamE. Beware Mothers, keep your
\n from both the Republi- be restricted during the prom and a movie Rudolph, membership and daughters hidden he's on
and Democrat parties the pavilion the will follow the traditional pre-' publicity, and T, Lamar Hazen, the loose, Simon Darkway .
'It coffee and doughnuts will the afternoon before bylaws. diabolical villian who SMART'S THE WORD, and quick's the action Run Tonight GONDOLIER theatre critic
dance. the most
nerved. Prom so that a committee graduation ever tried to sully the virtue of in this scene from the Venice Little Thea. Peggy Bogert terms it a "magnificent spoofon I

a maiden and deplete a poor tre's final production of the 1963-64 season, the Americana of the 90s."
woman's puree.. "Love Rides the Rails, or Will the Mail Train

6 Contestants Get $30 Club Credit TuesdayMrs. "ole Simon wilder Legree Is comatose once I 1.

you've discovered the diaboli-

Judging of contestants in The GONDOUER's Polly Taylor, Rt. 1, Albee Rd., Nokomis, 15th. cal and debase plans of Dark- Double Prize Offer To End
the number
by credited Tues'V Mrs Ruby Robinett, Laurel, 16th. way. '
, $4.500 Subscription Contest who were which These contestants reported one or two subscriptions on a I suppose that I had as much 'I
with $30 subscription clubs it's anybody's guess club and credited with votes as shown after their fun at the Venice: Little Theatre -
$30 were
One of them will get the fighting spirit and start out now to the other evening aa I will

Will rridaye extra $50 prize when the second vote period closes names Mrs.: Mildred M. Pedersen, Rt. 1, Box 230, Venice, 17th ever expect to have at any At 9 P.M. Friday April 10

of the covet- Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040, Nokomis, 18th theatre. What George Mahar, ,
* Most contestants are within striking distance could double Mrs. Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center, Venice, 19th. s director and author of this .
l lead. The race is so close that any contestant Norwood Box 235, Nokomis, 20th. magnificent spoof on the Amer.
ando' <* her efforts and get enough subscriptions between now Mrs. Kenneth E. Kroupa 1898, Neptune Dr, Englewood, 21st. icana of the '90's has created, When the clock strikes nine The $50 prize winner will not buckle down to some real cam.
Mrs. ,
become a leader Mary the big double be announced until the winnersof paigning the
and Friday night, during remaining
Friday night to win the $50 prize Leona McKibben was 22nd high with free vote cou- belongs on its own page in Venice -
'* the race. Mrs. history. His marvelous prize offer of The GONDO- the other prizes are determined hours of this vote period will

HOW THEY REPORTED TUESDAY pon 23rd high with free vote coupons.No farce. "Love Rides The Rails"or LIER'S $4,500 Subscription Contest by a board of impartial not only win the $50; prize but
These contestant were credited with a $30 club or more Eugene Gralik was received from Mrs. J. A Hightower, (Will The Mail Train Run will end. judges after the contest closes will make, such a big gain inn
of subscriptions largest number of votes in the vote reports were should be declared Some contestant will be richer Any contestant, even the one votes that the grand prize can
and had the and Mrs. W. F. Pool.If Tonight)
Mrs Charles Jones e
Ober named: compulsory for every man, by $50. That amount will be trailing in the published standings be won. It be done not

Mrs. A. C. Traver, 204 Bayshore Circle, Venice, 1st.Mts. think you're beaten, you are, woman and child in the Venice added to the prize or commission can win the $50 extra by wishing, not by conceding
Nokomis, 2nd. you I of the contestant being prize this week. 'Continued on page 2)
James E. Blades Box 738, If you think you dare not, you dgn't\ area and regions beyond.
Donald S. Breding 933 Dawn St., Venice 3rdMrt If you'd like to win, but think you can't, don't know when I've so whole credited with the largest All contestants started even
Margaret Pail, Municipal Trailer Park Venice 4th. It's almost a cinch you wont.If heartedly and spontaneously amount of money for subscriptions -,' for the extra prize when the WEATHER

Mrs. Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress Venice, 8th. think you'll lose, you've lost, belly-laughed quite so much. during the past two' second vote period opened Saturday
Mrs. Mary Scagllone, Box 1616, Venice, 6th. you For out of this world you'll find, Once again the local amateur weeks. March 28. High Low Rain i
\{-. Ralph M. Adrian, Box 284, Venice, 7th Success begins with the will to win, group has come up with entertainment Votes issued for subscriptions Aa most contestants have April 1 U 45 r ,
KrIrene Venice, 8th. that is literally"priceless. turned in to win the extra April U 49 I
Shockey, 738 Cypress It's all In state of mind. made small the $50
your reports
Venice 11th.'M April 3 81 58 _
toward
count winningthe
Tr. ,
Mrs Tamlami Tickets only $50 prize
R. 617 N. will ahead if no one cost
Madge Powers, who ahead stay II
The contestants are extra will go to the one _
prize
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its cost April 82
lOttt Ford or I
Mrs Box 703 NokOITliS. who behind $2 for adults, $1 for studentsand $2,48250
Dorothy Thompson lead. The contestants are I
tries to overcome their making the best cash subscription H.
8 811
that will be April 06 ,
11th. and other
prizes
r.. John Kruse, Rt. 1. Box 5112, Venice. will stay behind If they do not try to overcome the leaders those who foolishly deprive reports this week. April 6 85 66 j"
Mn Venice, 12th. of this much fun awarded when the contest J
James Altman 936 Groveland, in of contestant will be shown in Mon- themselves ,
MrV1o1, Wood 342 Matara Ct. NPC Venice, 13th. day's Changes Istuc ol The positions GONDOLIER. (.Continued w page I) closes May 2, Any: coa&eItaDt wba will April 7 11" _,

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'Love Rid The Rail' SmasherooYerkes I I wade The through Idea that wat elm rtoiv.,-.-till,
I
Lot Clearing Act Faces Test es I bloodhound it false ._, ,I
the dos tr.. /
can
(Continued from page 1)) ) and "on" the "willeheorwon'tshe" brain-power Is more than compensated cIt
through the
virtues of her for !in such stalwart water which )holds I
He further declared administration of the Iota scheduled for elea deserve their fate Harold Stan- the scent.
lisping
(Continued from page 1)) Mahon apparently had warrants beautiful daughter, Prudence friends as
for each of the 19 Iota of the law could be a leg were cleared by hand not A smasheroo (Morgan Luck). fast-assistant here (Dave Cor-
The commissioners directed he owns and stood ready to burden on the taxpayers, with more than a month ago.. If George Mahar's marvel- Zounds, You Rural! belt),
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Wallace at the Tuesday board sign each one as soon as the travel and expenses of the First complaints in the new ously "unoriginal" plot is Just Actually our hero. deserveshis As it seldom does in reality
meeting not to mow any more bulldozer moved onto one of board member being charged lot clearing act from this area plain "marvelous" then plight! He has obviously Justice triumphs, Evil is
of Mahon's lots until the legal them. to the county. came from South Venice res the sets designed by Ethel from the beaten path vanquished, Lust is fraught,
obstacles have been cleared. The; county commissioner Mahon said the original complaint dents who talked some of makIng "Cissy" Mortson and her crew under strayed the diligent tutelage of Purity Virtue and Pulchritudewin SPECIALS
against hU lots had been teat out of it. are SUPERLATIVE and the
a case
cast is
Mahon had asserted he intended agreed that they have no a shady-lady named Carlotta and the supporting
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filed by Golden Beach Associates that the is discriminatory costuming is fabulous

Charges act
to swear out additions 1; choice but to. fight for the act whom, it seems (through impll- excellent
last fall. And he wenton have been registered Cissy has, through color, design -
warrants for every instance ol t tie Said Commissioner Johnson Car tel (Jeannine Redifer) It all adds up to complete
trespassing on his 19 lots I Warren, "We can't afford to to point out that several by some property owners simplicity and humor as well comes II cation) is a great deal better slapstick which in this case is 1964
the Golden Beach subdivision. back down on the very firs knowledge friend of Simon Darkway'sthan my recipe for one of the most
The Aero, Inc., vice president t one" up with some of the most professional decorum would allow. delightful and funniest even

termed the and lot said clearing he plan ad"ambigious" concurred Commissioner that the Fred county Halg h.eno I Obituaries i I sets that Ute and Little original Theater stag has But what our hero lacks inSubscription ings I've ever witnessed. FORDSFROM

known who. has "tarn
red to make a test case out t choice but to "follow I It Mahar.
J irf it. through, one way or the other' CHARLESWATSON York City 12 ;years ago. pered" with Gilbert tc Sullivanand I ContestContinued I $2495
I Ht is survived by his widow, other popular songs to ad.
Friday Hearing Challenges Section Charles Watson, 78, of 1047 Mrs. Elizabeth Levinson vantage, as well as the large
Wallace is slated to appear Mahon was especially! critical Lillian St., died Sunday at a Services were held In New cast have more fun than any ( from page 1)) now will help your favorites 1964 Buick Spetloll;j;
In Justice of the Peace E. S of Section! 5 of the act which Sarasota nursing home York City Thursday at River. one in the theatre turn the tide of defeat into a
(Bill) Raymond's court Friday makes it possible for action to I He was a native of Nashville, aide Memorial Chapel. Inter Lauden Pitts as Truman defeat, listening to rumors or sweeping victory. --
night to answer the trespass be taken by the county commission Term., later lived in New Jersey ment was in Beth David Cemetery Pendennls, Is truly the noblest becoming discouraged but by By paying subscriptions in 1964 Chevrolets
and came here from that of heroa to staked out searching for subscriptionswith !in this
charges Maximum penalty he on complaint of any Elmont N. y ever get advance to contestants -
could receive would be 90 days resident of Sarasota County. area four years ago Farley Funeral Home was In on a railroad track by a villian a dogged determination to contest, you SAVE a lot of ---ratio-
or a fine of $100 And he noted that if an Investigation He Is survived by Ms widow, charge of local arrangements and saved by a heroine, at the win. money. You encourage contestants
The case in all probability, showed a health, Mrs Marcia Watson of Engle. last (naturally) second All this In this contest, results will to make an effort to -
however, will be remanded by fire or traffic hazard In any wood; three sons, Robert Watson MRS. ELIZABETH Just before the Venlce-Saranota. win, not promises of results get every' available subscriber 1964 Tempest
Raymond to a higher court unincorporated area of the of Plainfield, N. 1.. and CARTWRIGHT and Boca Grand. express Subscriptions come through The price of The GONDOLIER -
Wallace asked the county county, the land can, under the John and Tom Watson of Englewood comes rushing through. That real, systematic, persistent has been reduced for the -
commission for legal assistance act, be ordered cleared on ; two daughters, Mrs Funeral services for Mrs black-eaped rascal completewith campaigning They can be secured contest (Some With Air)
in the case, commenting, complaint of any resident of Eleanor Luksza of Fleminsrton, Elizabeth Cartwright, 89, of his villlanous vileficationss by contestants who are Anyone who. has been buyingthe -
"We don't mind being hung the county, no matter how faraway N. J., and Mrs. Virginia Picotof Phoenix, Arix, mother of Mrs. none other than Ed Fanning not easily discouraged. paper at ten cents per copy SAVE $ $ $ $ S
BO much, but we don't want he might live from the Venice, and six grandchild Arthur Roloff of Trailer Acres, and the entire plot is centered Contestants with the will to can SAVE $540 per year by
to supply the rope, too." Nel- affected area ren. will be held in Cleveland Ohio, "around" a mortgage belong try and determination to. win giving a subscription at $5 per -
son laid the county cannot The Aero, Inc.. official also Services were held :yesterday today ing to Mrs Hopewell (Delores will find many subscriptions year YOU CAN SAVE $1720 Salesmen Wonted
legally pay for special counsel cited Section 10 which he said at Rawles Funeral Home Chapel Services will be! at Busch'sChapel that have been overlooked by on a three year subscription by
but makes it that the and burial will be in'' CITY FINANCES
to represent Wallace mandatory Englewood, with The Rev other contestants paying $14
promised he would appear in property owner correct the Samuel Daniels, pastor of Enflewood Brooklyn Heights! Cemetery, (Continued from page 1)) Votes To Drop If ;you have promised one of ESTIL'SNew
JP court Friday night on be- condition within 10 days even Baptist Church, officl Mrs Cartwright died in an in 1981, then dropped slightly Votes issued for subscriptions the contestants your subscription
half of the defendant after an appeal to the lot clearing -iting Interment in Lemon Bay automobile accident Sunday i to $634,008 the following year and $30 clubs ot subscriptions make that promise good &
Wallace told the commission board Cemetery, afternoon in Phoenix and to $830,105.83 in 1963 will drop in value after now TODAY, Get in touch Used Cars
Two of the greatest sourcesof Friday, April 10 with the contestant you prom.
MRS. REBECCA BORNSTEIN outside income have been It has been pointed out many bed or brine your subscription 215STraiJ
DAVID F. SENN Mrs. Rebecca Bornstein, 81, the cigarette tax and FP&L Co times that $30 club of subscriptions to. The GONDOLIER office and PH. 488.654)Schaffner's)
David F. Senn, 89, of 312 of 724 Serata Street died Mon. franchise tax, both tied in directly will win not just proper credit will be given
Redwood Road, Venice Gar. day at a Sarasota rest home. with the growth in popu one or two subscriptions at a Don't put it off Do it NOW
s, lens, died Monday at Venice I A native of Russia, after lation with its increase in consumption time to. make a report. Each and help your favorite win two
, t rye Hospital. coming to this country she of cigarettes and $30 worth of subscriptions prizes

He was a native of Brundidge, made her home In Nassau, N. electric power yields twenty times as many ...... .
Ala. and came here from his Y, She came here five years I Leaps And Bounds rotes as one or two. subscrip- .-
from that The yearly rebate on the ,ions.
former home in Akron, Ohio, ago city
In November, 1959. He was retired She was a member of Beth I state cigarette tax has grown Every three year $14 subscription -
from B F. Goodrich Co, Sholom Temple, Sarasota bv: leaps and bounds from $20007.98 ,- yields ten times as
in Akron in 1959 after 40 years Survivors include her husband i in 1954 to the astronomical i many votes as one yearly sub
service.He Samuel Bornstein: a height of $83,58377 in scription Therefore, any con
w daughter, Mrs Mona Golden. 1963 testant who. will make a special
member of the B
was a
F Goodrich Thirty Year Club stein; a brother, Oscar Hoch. The six per cent franchisetax effort to secure $30 clubs or.
and Veterans of WWI Barracks berg of Nassau, N Y.; four bused on consumption of: $((14 three year subscriptionscan
ruse br Ivor fw Gw..n., t.meoen fw.d 2744 in Englewood sisters, Mrs. Rose Robinson of electric power In the city, has wipe out the vote lead of U.S. 41' AT RUTLAND RD
Survivors include his widow, Coral Gables, Mrs Frances also greatly: Increased from any competitor In a short time. ,Inca
Rubinstein of Jersey City, N $8,656.50 )in 1956, the first year help Favorite Now Opposite Venice Gardens
Mrs, Mildred E Senn; three
I of Venice J., and Mrs, Etta Cooperman the new franchise agreementwas GONDOLIER readers who
sons, Donald Senn !in effect, to $22,77069 in
and Mrs Sarah Hirsch of New have favorite contestants in
and Roger and David F. Senn
gOqe UJ 'uneliaQ borne Jr., of Akron: four daughters, York children.City and three grand 1963.Another source of outside In. them the race their are subscriptions urged to NOW give Wishes To Take This Opportunity To Thank! The
of Akron
MI'tI. Jeanne Merton tied in
i Services i were conducted by came that is directly and SAVE!: MONEY It is :your
265 Nokomia Ave. Venice Mrs.Ohio.,Shirley Mrs Joan Clapper Lutz of of Copley Brad, Rabbi Bernard Shoter of Tern- with 11'01111.1in population In busies and help and auoport that keeps Fine People Of The Venice Area For Their! Warm

growth
pie Beth consequently contestants "on "
Sholom yesterday at their toes,
and Mrs Karen Stavarzof
/"ten enton Barberton Ohio; four brothers Rawles Funeral Home Chapel, licenses* activity which, have is occupations more than fighting every Inch of the way Welcome We Are Looking Forward To Many
Interment was in Beth Shol to keep from being outdone by
Fletcher P Senn of Ven-
and Hender- om Cemetery in Sarasota doubled in the past 10 years someone elseContestants, Years of Business Good Will And
ice and Carl Roy 1 These licenses, which range Friendship
J son Senn. all of Akron; four from $5 to. $25 per year according In this contestare
24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 481-2291 sisters, Mrs. Ann McCreary ADOLPH HERMAN: NITZ to the type of business for facing the supreme test. Thanks Again.

I and Mr. Paul Fox of Miami, Adolph Herman Nitz, 6S, of which they are 1 issued, added The contest la a test of their
,
TID BITS TO REMEMBER Mrs. Joseph Smith of Akron' 1981 Neptune Drive, Overbrook 1077870 to'the oltr'a IncomeIn courage ability and strength
I and Mrs, J E Hurston of Flo- Gardens, died Saturday at 1954 and $2206950 in 1963. of character to fight it through R. S. SCHAFFNER
ala, Ala and 17 grandchildren Venice in taxes and make a determined effort
Jesus came not to conquer with war weapons, but by the Hospital The rebate county
He came here four :years ago from the county road and to win until the end. Your help
Cross our poverty would be greet if Christ had not Funeral services will be held from his native city, Pigeon, bridge taxes paid by the cltlens 1 -- --
! come A little child trying to quote the first verve of tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at Raw. Mich, He was a retired farm. of Venice have also In- ALLEN WHERE GOOD FURNITURE NEED

the twenty-third Psalm laid, "The Lord (it my Shepherd, es FuneralHome Chapel with er and after coming here became crossed from 3568.55 in 1954
Dr, Robert E Chable official- owner of Shady Haven to. $12.1112.30 In 1963 Convalescent and NOT BE EXPENSIVE
His all I want" All the evil now in the world it the Ing. Interment in Gulf Pines Restaurant and Court 1 Fines Hold Steady Nursing Home

offspring of one little ain Happiness multiplies *t you Memorial Park.SAMUEL Mr Nitz was a member and The only outside source of 24 Hot Service
elder of Lakeside Lutheran income that has not shown a Naming
divide it with others. Phone Venice 4S8.Vim
Church steady increase over the past .
'I LEVISON lit rONCB O* LEaN ,...
Our Services Are Aroilabtt To All// Regardless Survivors include his widow, 10 years Is the fine and far.felture I 4>-_ J
f Samuel Levison, 64, of 432 Mrs. Martha R. Nitz; two sons, account of the municlal -
?, ; of Financial CircvmstanciiI 4ahon Drive, died Tuesday at Elmer C. Nitz of Cass City, court, where and 327.00 was -
Venice Memorial Hospital. Mich, and Norman A Nits of collected in 1954 only $2,-
, to'to'L Llaowd I Ia Ildlui U4 A retired clothing manufacturer Millington, Mich.; a daughter, 465.50 In 1963.
= he came here from New Mrs, Etta L Brueggmann of This la apparently due to the
I II Sebewaing, Mich.; two broth. judge hearing the cases rather
itf6tifatlilI! bit +.A'.LS31' ; 3(i i e. 'ax era, Otto Nitz and Dr. A. J. than a smaller number of arrests MORE CHRYSLER
fitz of Saginaw\: Mich., and made In proportion to
five grandchildren greatly increased population.
Service were conducted by For example fines and forfei-
; t y J ".I t'nejr wiH 4LtrfvrJJn The Rev Melvin H. Meyer, Lures reached a peak of $47300 ,-
If IfI t +' pastor of Lakeside Lutheran, In 1958 while only $1-
Tuesday at the church. Interment 742.00 was collected In 1955.
in Gulf Pines Memorial 1'n the six other year listed,
I Park. the fines and forfeiture ac
I Rawle Funeral Home was count ranged from $3,091.00 in
r In charge of arrangements. 1960 to $3,603.00 in 1961. d ,-

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THURSDAY, APRIL, 196* '>
THE G 0 N DOL I E R ASE THREE
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Afore Volunteers Are AddedTo All-Day ProgramSet ANNUAL SPRING



Cancer Drive. RnafPr. Here SundayFor 1
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Names of more volunteers will be Mrs. Paul Taylor and division; Mrs. Casper Quam, Area CAP
participating In tht Mrs.
who are William Bodager. Laurel; Mrs. M. H. Nixon
]1964 South County Cancer Crusade Mrs. Thomas Fleming has Laurel
as Shores; Mrs. Ralph Civil Air Patrol cadet drill
were announced today by her area the business districton Pritty, Palm and Pines Trailer earns from Venice Arcadia, i
McG. Roberts
.frl. Charlea. the Tamlaml Trail from Park' ; Mrs. A. W. Cooper, Bradenton and Sarasota will
chairman.Captain Venice Avenue through the Aristocrat Trailer Park; Mrs.S. vie in Group 14 competition at
for Nokoml East is
Publix Shopping Center. East R. Allan, Molnar Subdivision 2 p.m Sunday at the Venice
j_ w. Barnes, president of the. of the farm Road, the workersare ; Mrs. William Rose, Channel Airport
Nokomis East Assn. His worker Mrs. Glenn Senseney Acres
Mrs. ; Mrs. J. W. Stren
The
!include Mrs. Don Hendrich, Thomas Edmondson, Mrs. Wil- Shore Road; Mrs. Floyd Rich- competition will be one
Carl Frech, Mrs. lima Ham Edmondson of the highlights of an all- ayproum
Mrs and Mrs. ard, Tamlaml Trail from Albee
jlcConnohle, Mrs. Brent Anderson George Edmondson.In Road to Citrus Highlands and beginning with a "fly.. Beginning
Mrs Raymong H. Hub- Venice, in breakfast" from 8 a.m. until
volunteers assist east of there, and J. K. Hill,
ler Mrs. Minnie Thiel, Mrs. ing Mrs. Guy Ramsdell, Hills Cottages. noon. Pancakes and sausage
Tom Gumm and Mrs L. W. tam with her area are Mrs cap. will be served at $UO for THURSDAY APRIL 9
Yvonne Volunteers of Mrs. Norman adults and 75 cents for children ,
games Segerllnd, Mrs. Harry I Platlner, captain for the Edge- t'
Mrs. Alex Gault, captain for Mogford, Mrs. Ray Lapping
the Venice Municipal Trailer Mrs. Harry Lake, Mrs. Vernon Mrs wood section Madeline of Frost Venice, ,Mrs are Prizes will be awarded for a SPORT COATS k
park, has stated that her work. Waite and Mrs. Edgar Cer- secret landing time, oldest
Louis
in will be Mrs. Thomas Clark, berlch. Shearer, Mrs. Harold pilot, youngest pilot, oldest aircraft :
George Turple and Mrs. Mrs. J. K. Scheek Mrs. Ed Smolders, ,, farthest distance traveled .
Mrs. Hill, captain In Mrs Sam Busbee, and Mrs.Dale DACRON AND COTTON
Harry Johnson. Laurel, has named the follow. most aircraft from one airport 525
Mr. and Mrs James Lane ing workers and their respective Boudreau. most unique aircraft and reg. to 39.95DACRON . . . . . e i
.mill canvass from Colonial areas: Mrs. N V. Weaver, Mrs Margaret Gusack, captain largest aircraft.
Manor east and the business Sorrento Shores: Mrs. Olga Rl- for Gulf Shores, has as her Judges for the competitionwill I
area from Venice to the Chamber back, Spring Hill Park; Mrs. volunteers Ms John Anthony, be former armed services
of Commerce building. Garnet Ramson. Harbor Mrs Lucian Smith and Mrs personnel who have no connection AND WOOL '

Mrs iomis Norman Grove Parker her has No Shores; : Mrs. Clara Niemchek, Sal Volunteers C pasao. still needed, with the Civil Air Pa. reg. to 49.95FEATHERWEIGHT. . . . . 535. i'i'c
as area, and Hills Roads; Mrs. Clarence are trol. The competing drill tram;
in Nokomis Heights, Sago and' Leonard, Hills Subdivision; Mrs. Robert Said for Country will be made up of cadets selected .
Avenlde Isle, the volunteers Mrs. Sam Eggert Lyons Sub- Club Estates, the Ta.ml.jml by their respective com.
Trail from the Gondolier Motel manding officers. WOOL I
>fX- *: -X: south to the Englewood Road, The cadets will be drilled for 545
VENICE MOVIE LOG Trailer Acres and Harrison 15 minutes in the competition reg. to 65.00 . . . . .
Trailer Park.
by their cadet leader Each
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL Mrs Roberts also emphasized team will have a personal open ; ,
that workers do not solicit ranks inspection followed by a SUITS
DRIVE-IN THEATRE funds from employes at such .
",.rod.,. Fri<.r a gatardar display of each cadet's knowledge
"IIINGS 0. TOI .1.1N. 'rid./ ... let....., Institutions as banks, schools of drill and the abilityof
PALM SPRI"1CI WEIIJF.""" and business and professional the squad to work as a team
..* "TUB!: BANGING TREI!" offices In business districts, Cadet drill leaders will be
.....,. ......,. To...., I....' an4 M...., she declared, only the employ Judged separately on their 25% OFF \
ARDINAL" "BETRATED" ers or owners are approached ability to control the team, fL.;; I

,.. T.,.. arse I.b B._ Clark G.M. .with n4 loss Tii,.., along with appearance, military .
111..1..... far a .1..._, .1..0 I .. I Rice, rubber, copra and cinnamon bearing, word of com'
.11 N.rth U. 5. .1It I mand and
... are important crops in general deployment
South Viet Nam. Major James Klernan, Group

l51'' .:YS.t'du! : .r .._L ... '1ft 14 commander, will award atrophy
:filifkAkeftB.ll < nil ; to the winning team.
Search And Rescue
." '. LESLIE C.MILLER In other CAp activity, a new I i
Search and Rescue Team from
the Venice Composite Squad. i
WarW F ron is being trained by John
Norman The team of nine cadets .
t Is being trained In methods 9a
of search and rescue work I
for possible emergenciesThe .
r new unit drilled last SWEATERS
a' i G.O.P. CANDIDATE DISTRICT 3 weekend in a wooded area following -
a first aid course by
Mark Stlres squadron information -
i : SARASOTA COUNTY officer, which Int'ludedinstruction 1
1/3 OFF
1 in the use of are.ul'ltatur.
SPORTS SHIRTS
CommissionerBELIEVES The Search and Rescue
Team will be on 24-hour call
\
ready for action anytime according '
to Stlres /13 OFF

that public confidence in Government

Is directly related to the economic welfare of O i irT Short Sleeved. 20% Off

this community. Long Sleeved .. 40% Off

Experienced, successful business? men !in County Government, can do for IN THf SWIM WEAR
IR NEW
Seretot County what such do for multimillion HOMt
a group can any dollar business CEC THEM GRIN -
that needs helpl WE PUT THE BATHROOM CABANA SET
All economic problems lend themselves to solution through a scientific UNITS IN a
l-iness! lit. approach! tJ o,

Sarasota County IS big -iI' .
HIp r Jurn our property values to normal through efficient government and >T4'T
sensible spending of your tai dollars.

LESLIE C. MILLER I

HAS THE EXPERIENCE AND KNOW-HOW

VOTE FOR HIM MAY 5th I WALKING

Paid political I Ad by Walter H. Ware, Campaign Treasurer, P. 0. Box 3478, Sarasota, f 11d
Baa Jenkins, Englewood, Deputy Treasurer ( SHORTSreg.

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PAGEFOUR EGO N D If _._. + -


Four Win Two Cups Choral Concert Sunday 0


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In Bridge ContestsWinners r I a ,r 4 I I Features 85 VoicesThe


in bridge compel., Winners that year were Miss combined choirs of approximately choirs.
tlons for the Nealon-Kalec Trophy Lucy: Journeay and Mrs. J. H. 85 singers from "0, Divine Redeemer. by rra
and the Margaret Dixon Morris seven area churches will present Gounod; Mrs Charles Halbeck,
Memorial Trophy during the The Margaret Dixon Memorial a choral concert, under soloist.
March two-game series wen Trophy, given by Col. V. the direction of Mrs. J. G. "Let Not Your Heart Be
Harry Reimer and J. K Hill B. Dixon in memory of his late Meadows, Sunday at 4 p.m. at Troubled," by Dickey; Mrs
and Mrs. Harry Lawrence a nd wife, was presented for the Grace Methodist Church. Victor Bo, soprano; Mrs Mar
Mrs. C. E. shall Hayward, alto -Mr. Tom
Bryant. first time this year. This Is the seventh annual ;
The Nealon-Kalec trophy, Both are traveling trophies benefit choral concert sponsor. Edmondson, tenor; Mr. Mar
won by the men, was donatedto with permanent individual trophies ed by the Cecilian Music Soci shall Hayward, bass.
Venice Bridge Studio last' going each year to the admission "Go Not Far From Me. 0
There is no
year by Bernard Freedman winners. ety.charge but an offering will be God," by Zingarelli; combined
were held at
Competitions chOirs.
taken for the club's summer
Venire Bridge Studio ownedby music scholarship fund. "The Holy City," by Adams; e
Cotillion Ends Mrs James Kalec and Mrs camp Mr. Hugh Young, soloist.
J. J. Nealon, with 18 couples Mrs. Meadows is i chairmanof Offertory, "Sarabande," bv
playing in the Monday competitions the club's choral committee.Her Bach; Mrs. J. Douglas Amall, 1 b

Season With on March 18 and 30 and _L.. ____'-'"_ musical background Includes organist. 'r .
22 couples: in the Tuesday com (Oondoll photo bf Bob Otnndorf. ) S bachelor of music de- "Incline Thine Ear to Me,"
Gala DanceThe petitions on March 10 and 24. gree from, Steston University by Himmel; Mrs Russell Dr l s. .
Bridge is played at the WINNERS OF THE end-of-lhe-season bridge won the Nealon-Kalec trophy and the women, where she was a member of roll soprano; Mrs. Henry w c.b
last event of the season Studio each: Monday afternoon competitions at Venice Bridge Studio received the Margaret Dixon Memorial trophy, given and soloist with the college Sourbeer, alto; Mr. Russell
I for Junior Cotillion will be i and evening, Tuesday evenings their trophies Monday. They are, left to for the first time this year. Coo V, B. Dixon gree from Stetson University Driscoll. tenor; Mr. H. M V
"shipwreck dance": Saturday at t and on Friday and Saturday right, Harry Reimer, J,. K Hill, Mrs. C E. donated the latter trophy in memory of his club's touring chorus. She was Place HI, bass
8 p.m. at Venice-Nokomis afternoons. Bryant and Mrs Harry Lawrence. The men late wife. choir director at Venice-Nobs "Sanctus," by Gounod; combined etS. J. G. MEADOW

Woman's Club on North Harbor mis Methodist Church for three choirs, Irvin Muhn, solo\ second tenor; Mr. Sidney
Drive. years; was organist and choir 1st. Blaze, Baritone; Mr. Roy BCN
Approximately 40) members Orchid Ins tails NewRECEIVING OfficersInauguration .1 director at St Mark's Episcopal "Eye Hath Not Seen," >by nius, bass.
are expected to attend and they I Society Church for three years and Gaul; Mrs M. P. Courtney so"Jesus So Lowry," by Fri.. I
c may bring guests if they is now a member of th*choir loist. dell; Psalm 150," by Franck;
choose Cotillion chairman there, and is director of the "Be Thou Exalted, 0 God," combined choirs.
of officers
Mrs Robert M. Jones said. of Venice-Nokomis new Orchid Society Coquettes. a young matron's by Williams; Mr. Irvin Muhn,, Postlude, "Alleluja by
I
Party "garb" will be Burmuda !i was the highlight of theclub' choral group which: is currently first tenor; Mr Gerald Hears, Bach; Ray Hill, organistS
shorts, deck pants or other t. singing in the Venice Little
third birthday banquet
suitable "shIpwreck" cos .. .r I Theatre play, "Love Rides the
April 1 at Deckhouse Restaurant
tumes, she said 7 Rails"
The refreshment table will\ t
Mr and Mrs. Meadows came A0-CREME
be decorated with a centerpiece d The 32 guests were seated at
here from Knoxville, Tenn., in
of driftwood and a sailboat a table decorated with a doz-
1948. Their three ,. ,
son Jerry
A census of the mem en orchid plants in full bloom. FASHION
fIV Jimmy and Jeff are all music TAN helps pre\'eQt .kIng .....
bers led to the refreshment selection I i Favors were placed at each
drying and ll .
; students and Meadows is a ten. pe *( Qvfcttr
which will be loft plate. or who appears with quartetsand i absorbed, _-"""' ft nwfcttvka. ,
drinks and cookies. Tom Fels, Maurice Aldrich choruses while you wear ..
The Cotillion, and the Assembly and Aubrey Reed were in
FASHION
TAN .
churchesare ,6
The participating on. S2.2S
are sponsored by the charge of the dinner.
Junior Section: of the Woman'i New officers are Mrs. Adel- Calvary Reformed, Em- FASHION TAN 3 o* ,- $1.29
Club and Mrs. Myrtle B Lie bert Traver, president; Mau- manuel Lutheran, first Bap-- ftUS tAl
bel of Byron Dance Studio ii Y ice Aldrich, vice-president; Dr. tist, Grace Methodist Venice-' For Nokomis Methodist, St. Mar .
,
directress John Severson, the retiring
Chaperones will be Mr and president, treasurer; Mrs. Au- Episcopal and Venice-Nokomis that stays' beautiful .1!

Mrs. Robert Hardee and Mr bey Reed, recording secretary; Presbyterian.Each AFTER TAN Ii specially tbrnulited
and Mrs David H. Erb Ushers and Mrs. James Reed, corresponding church will contributeone to hold your Un more than twice M a sr'v
will be male Cotillion members secretary, special number. long, while Via fur v ItK( ',
y The invocation will be given conditioning your I. _- ; / '
Women officers wore orchids by The Rev. Miles DePagter, good grooming 'i 1.t
On corsages from the Fels collec host church pastor, and the AFTER TAN..6 ozs.- $2.25 m. .
Does Vote Today I'
tion.Aubrey benediction by The Rev. Frank AFTER TAN ,.c ozs. $1.75 ,
r
New Memberships Reed was toast- Shearer, pastor of Calvary Re- ,
CABANA SET .. ...., $400 --I"
master and presented an orchid formed Church. Mrs. Robert PIUS T iAxT.M
Applications for membershipwill tlionooiier pnura or Don vovnaorij
be voted on at the meetIng pin to the retiring president Merrill, club president, will a whoa. lOt with emres ..__
of Benevolent and Patriotic CONGRATULATIONS on her corresponding secretary, and Mrs. James whom he credited with bring speak briefly during intermis it faf fui b UM out. set plodsas
Order of Does, Drove 141, today installation president of VeniceNokomisOrchid Green, recording secretary Dr. Severson was ing the membership of 12 up e.aeak "mlndc"Alot. Vm fri.Mfs. .
at 8 at Elks Hall. Society, Mrs Adelbert (Del) Traver, installed as treasurer. The club, with a mem to the present 42 members. sion.Concert numbers and featur !\ DM. Afe.DICK. c- T.bV T..., R t..awtar, ,..,
Past presidents p.m. will\ be honored right, is shown chatting with Dr. John Sever bership of 42, meets monthly on the first Special credit was given: to ed musicians will be:
and the new passwordwill son, retiring president, while other new officers Wednesday. The Installation took place at the program chairmen Normand Prelude "Two Prayers," by
\ be given. A social hour look on. They are, left to right, Mau. group's third annual banquet April 1 at Deck Patton and Mrs. Tom Fels. Mr Wagner Mrs. James A. High- & MEADOWS
will be held after the meetingLakeside : rice Aldrich, vice.president; Aubrey Reed, house Restaurant and Mrs. Fels were also cited tower, organist.
for their extensive help to the "Create In Me a Clean Heart, PHARMACY

Nocturne Hour Club club.Mrs. 0 God," by Mueller, and 231 W, Venice
Av.
Ph.
Dedicates Traver spoke briefly on raise Ye The Lord of Hosts" 488-6776
Lutheran her plans for the growth of the by Saint-Saens; combined Venice Medical Center Ph. 488-3985
II. Will Hear Concert society, stating that the meetIngs -
are geared to the begin.
Members of Nocturne Hour ning and average grower and
Addition On Tenth BirthdayLakeside Music Club, who usually meetin that the society project Is to
monthly homes of members, promote a further interest In
will forego their own meetingthis orchids In the community,

Lutheran Church served as contractors, assistedby ent church is located, 4 miles Ian month Music to attend the Seminole Cecil- Her collection was begun 0
will celebrate its tenth anniversary Melvin Rebber as a member and Leland Holmbeck who Society's Festivalconcert five years ago with a gift plant
District Junior Music [
with dedication of the building committee.The south of Venice on U.S. 41\ The and she now has over 200
Sunday .
7:30
: tomorrow at : p mat
services for the new Sunday Board of Education, Harvey arrangements and the serviceswere Church. plants in her collection manyof
First Baptist
Rohlwing chairman, was under the leadership of them unusual, or specimen,
school building. NOW MUCH OF YOUR INCOME
The Is invited.
in charge of the overall planning The Rev Luther Willer of Con- public plants.DECKHOUSE.
The dedication will be held : of the building. Griffethof cordia Lutheran Church in
at the conclusion of the 10:30: Punta Gorda was the architect Sarasota The Rev. Mr. Meyerwas

a.m. anniversary !service with Other members fo the installed on March 4, 1956
the pastor, The Rev. Melvin board are Robert Stratton,
H. Meyer, in charge. Lester Gentzler, Mrs Helen The congregation has grown f} DIDYOU

The new building is a welcome Curwood and Janis, Richard steadily since then and now ; A (
addition to the facilitiesof Rohlwing, and Delbert Joeckel serves over 200 communicant AT THE JETTIES
the congregation according the Sunday School Superintendent members and nearly as many
to the pastor The overall dimensions .
part-time residents during the CLOSED TUESDAYS
of the building are 98 In the same service on April
winter season. A small Sunday
ft. < in by 25 ft. 4 in, providing 12 at 10:30: the tenth anniversary : fishing i A
a main auditorium 60 ft. by of the organization of the school building was dedicatedin gone J

24 ft. This has been divided into congregation will be celebrated 1956 and the large parish ateSALADSANDWICH LUNCHEONS

four sections: by folding hall, used for worship, was
doors, which in turn mav serve It was early in 1954 that dedicated in 1957. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday *
two classes It will also be used members of Messiah Lutheran > m
for any large! gatherings: !! of a Church in Venice and of St Present officers of te Congregation YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES 1 / :

business or social nature. Matthew Lutheran Church in are Robert Pearson, Including Our famous Salad Bar SAVE ?

At one end there is a spacious Englewood began to hold joint president, Robert Stratton, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
office and two rest rooms, meetings with a view of estab-- vice president, Fred Sharp,
at the other, from an inside entrance lishing one congregation some LOBSTER SPECIALOur
a storage space for where In between the two secretary, John Morrison, fi.
records and equipment! of the cities This' resulted in the for- nanclal secretary and Walter Regular Menu Atallablt Nightly F\\\

Sunday School and a larger mation of Lakeside Lutheran Smith, treasurer. Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6 MT1g
p.m. m
room, with an outside entrance, Church which was then!' successful WITg80tiIN
apace for the heating and air- I in purchasing the large The public is cordially Invit- HIGHBALLS MANHATTANS MARTINIS 50c

conditioning system, storage of I tract of land on which the pres- ed. -
the lawn mower, and other -
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equipment. Mrs. Lux Is HostessAt
The direction: of the construe
tlon was under the co-chair-
manahip of Harvey RohlwingI HMS Phoebe Meet .
.gym

"" ". WORLD'S tess Mrs to members Hugo Lux of will HMS be Phoe-hos- 'f YOU CAN'T GO WRONG

[ &.1 LARGEST-I be Chapter, Daughters of the
British Empire, at the group'smeeting WITH
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Call: Tuesday at 1:30: p.m.

I ,W4 run MITOkgg nAr i W nAt HUGH at her home at 218 Donna WRIGHTREPUBLICAN

> 1' aIUU.ClCO.PAIIY McPHERSON I Drive, Nokomis.

I P59-139 488.6567 Mrs. George Key will assistin r

r entertaining. 4 t CANDIDATE

'o FOR Now It the time to examine your progress. Did too meek

GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL j of last yean income slip away? Then do somltthin -about .

COUNTYCOMMISSIONER 1964 have more to show for your effort With the

Out recent income tax reduction'there's
Carry even more to im.
Make payday your "saving day" at FIRST FEDERALStnaota. ../

BUCKET of. Remember. it isn't yoor yearly aatfee tmt
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ytvly thai
you twmgt reafiy count
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J Phone Items U 4SS-MOI M va.ie

Mahoney, t / ,, wasyl

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Mrs. Kalec
_ 2. Dean is being feted Roth Mrs. Roth entertainedfor
\L commodore of Tarpon her with a coffee on Mon- .
J yacht Club at a party day I DirectorsEdward
",ter and Mrs. William Dear I Are
i uriay It the club. Serving and Mrs Maurice Muse
him during the coming ed. Mrs Noah will be
ih S. Gerberich
a re--
:lOn will be Lawrence N. rest of the week. 1881at.1 tired executive of Curtls-
vice-commodore;jT .
,
I rler --o Wright Co. in Kearny, N J.,
rear comL. -
Donovan Mrs. Louise Cahill
of
Granada
of officersof
Barf will head the panel
Mrs. Margaret Apartments I a
is
-.dOff' losing her
Venice-Nokomls Art Asm. a
ecretary., and J. Cline sister-houseguest. Miss
Ida for the-1964-65 season.
1 rson' treasurer. Congratu- Mae Snyder of Louisville, Ky., I He and the other new office
oni will also be in order forcommodore this weekend for a very important I ers were elected at a meetingof I
reason: Miss Snyder the directors last week.
Spender
:. re on his "jobIkme" forgot to bring along'III those M William Way will be first

the past year. notes and papers needed for f' e4'u vice-president and Mrs George I
-o- filling out her income tax and second vice
P. Thompson, -presIdent
fro couples departing this has to scoot home to get in un. Mrs. Hays Wellington i I t
'nth, Who will leave gaps In der the filing deadline. With will be recording secretary,
loclal and civic life of Ven- her will go another guest at ; rI
Mrs T. A. Parrott, correspond. s y' r
, art the Lewis Hesters and Louise's her niece, Miss Dana ing secretary, and Mrs Barley I
, Paul Youngbergs. The lat- Smith of Pittsburgh who arrived Shaffer, treasurer
. couple is busily packing toe Tuesday Dana has just returned Mrs. James Kalec and Mrs. l
for ,Atlanta and the Hes- from round-the-world
a Dan Mahoney were named directors lt

i, for Vero Beach. They trip connected with her studies -- -........-.- .. for three years.
much missed, all four5xagonewspaper at St. Lawrence
1 be University, The new president has experimented
.
(Oonilollfr photo V Bob Obmdorf)
t
Canton N. Y. "
"The
:tern. University In various art 1 a.ndou wp ilea b Bid Obald.Ar
-0- of the Seven Seas" the trip is RETIRING CHAIRMAN, Mrs. Glenn Stephens, left, congratu- media for several years with
executive: called and the Idea originated lates her successor, Mrs. Rob ert W Hardee, new chairman his major interest in the lapidary NEWLYELECTED OFFICERS of Venice-No- fer Mrs T A. Parrott, President Gerberich,
'e Peterson and Mrs. Peter. at University of Southern California. of the Venice-Nokomls Womat I'. Club Junior Section, at the field. komis Art As n. gathered for an informal William Way and Mrs George P Thompson.Not .
,, ire vacationing at Indian The travelers get college dinner-dance and installation ceremony held by the group Committee chairmen ap- meeting Tuesday at the home of the new present was the group's new secretary,
eta this month and came to credit toward their de- Saturday at Early Wynn'i Stei ik House. pointed at the directors' meetIng president, E. S. Gerberich of 800 Riviera. Mrs. Hays Wellington.)
uce last weekend for a visith grees, which Dana will receive were: Miss Ethel Morrison, They are, left to right Mrs. Harley V. Shaf-
their friends, Col and next year What a wonderfulway membership: Rockwood Bui- !

", Frank Van Wyk of Grove to get an education) Junior Section lard, revision of by-laws; rapher, and Mrs. Thompson, tion of appreciation to the retiring uance of the high standards set
ft Guests for the coming -0- Charles Mink, historian; rot program plans. president, Dr Garold by Dr. Stryker and work to- ,
tend at the Van Wyks will Mr and Mrs Glen R Leach James Kalec, official photog. The directors voted a resohl- I Stryker, for "his untiring efforts -I ward a permanent home for
W! and Mrs. Howard Rosat of Harbor Shores are in line in leadership" and m recognition the association.The .
/ Northbrook, m. for heartiest congratulations< on Installs OfficersAt ou.u.-upllftU; new officers expect toe

-ex their fiftieth wedding anniversary P.T.A. Honorary Life Member given the association announce a tentative programfor It
!> doing some entertaining Many friends celebrated I lic esteem.* tleb8S.I the new season includingsome
. Mr and Mrs. Robert M. with thim at an open house Gerberich gave as summer activities, during '
Dinner Dance .
'IN of Citrus Highlands Mr. Saturday at their Blackburn mediate objective the contin the first week in May. I
V. G. Martin of Xe- -- - Will
d Mrs Bay home, including their Be Named On TuesdayThe
Ohio and Fort Lauderdale, hounegueitt and long time Venice Nokomis Woman's spending secretary; Mrs Rob- L
ni Tuesday for a visit of friend, Mrs J. H Lawn of Club Junior Section officers for I bert Jones; recording secretary awarding of an honorary aor
ml days before they be.psckln Cleveland The Leaches livedIn the 1964-65 season were Installed I and Mrs. Gene Telser life membership in the Florida The meeting will begin at 8p.m. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS
<< in Fort Lauderdale Cleveland Lakewood and at dinner-dance held at treasurer.
a
I Parent-Teacher Assn. will be ., preceded by a meeting of
tftim to Ohio for the sum- Columbus before coming to Early Wynn's Steak House ; Mrs. Earl D. Edge, cochairman made at the Tuesday meetingof the executive board at 7.30 On Auto Insurance
r, Departing guests on Sun. Sarasota in 1947 and to their Saturday was unable to be present Venice Junior-Senior High I'I'I.
I 1. NEW LOW RATES
were Mr and Mrs. James present home In 1952. They The new officers are: Mrs School PTA.Nomination. p.m.Dr.
Barfield will talk the 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
tarn of Fempark, Maitland on
have two children and seven Robert Hardee, chairman; Mrs. Glenn Stephens, outgoIng of a panel of
, who were here for the grandchildren. Mrs. David Goodman corm chairman, acted as Installing 1964-65 officers will be made requirements for college en- J. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
!"!tend to get away fromr officer. Each of the Incoming trance.
five youngsters, for officers, well the outgoing and speaker of the evening will Harold Fultz, chorus teacherat
a VFW Auxiliary Elects Officers as as be .
Dr. Arthur D. Barfield, University -a4
adler, Care lee said. I chairman, were presented of South Florida profes- VJHS, will present a must.cal I
of red and Miss Linda
-0Wort Appoints Convention Delegates with corsages carna program -
' Joseph Noah of Irrroer-- -- tions. Brown will give' the devotions AGENCY
Pa., Is visiting with her Mrs Donald Smith is the )Ham Drown. The head table was centered Epiphany Guild and lead the pledge of alleg- I-
?tme friend, Mrs Sam new president of Veterans of Members will meet April 16 with a bouquet of red carnations lance to the nag y 116 W. Venice Avenue
foreign Wars Auxiliary to Post at 1:30: p,m. at the home of and white snapdragonsand Mrs Paul Taylor, chairmanof .. Telephonel 408-2288 r
'enetian Court 8118, elected with other new officers Mrs. Rasmussen to work on each table was decoratedwith Sets Card PartyA South Sarasota County -
Monday reports due In May At the red taper candles to which American Red Cross, will dis- ,
Heading the group for 1964-65 May meeting, refreshmentswill were attached miniature bouquets public card party with cuss briefly Grey Ladies' services -
Birthday Party will be Mrs Smith; Mrs Par. be in charge of Mrs. Hen. of red and white carnations special family prizes as well i

&t Tomorrow mer Havmes, senior vice-pres- nig, Mrs Miller and Mrs Carl- as door and table prizes- will ,
Ident; Mrs. F J. Fellers, junIor ton Springer Music for dancing was provided be sponsored by Epiphany
vice-president Mrs. Don. by Evelyn Acheson and (Catholic Church) Guild Tuesday
fnetian Court 39, Order of ; 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICEWe
Amaranth will celebrate lId Miller conductress; Mrs UDC Group Meets her combo at 7:3d: ( p.m. at the church 1
birthday at Its meeting torn Carlton Springer, chaplain; Mrs Dale Boudreau was hall on North Harbor Drive.
, at I pm. at Masonic Mrs. Kenneth Wood treasurerand At Bayshore Home I general chairman for the af- Reservations may be made specialize 'in
Mrs Clara Niemchek, fair. by calling members of the
islerelation and hi- guard. Members of The Col. John ticket committee, Mrs James serving all makes of
ceremony
A Fite Chapter United Daughters
lotion of officer. will\ be Mrs Clarence Kroener was Shannon, Mrs. Elmer Ricker
of the Confederacy, were wafer conditioners
and Miss Ellen Bresnahan. Donations
ducted. Mrs Lyle Walker elected a three-year trustee guests of Mrs. George W. Milton Faith Rally will be $1.
royal matron and Charlesroyal and Mrs. H. Foreman one- AND WE
1500 Ave Bay *
Roslyn Bgunfa
. trustee. Homemake cake and beverage }" WATER ANALYSIS
.w. patron. year shore Gardens at the chapter'smeeting
!'it. chosen for the Fort Begins SundayAn will be served as soon as
Fred Borden and Mrs Delegates SELLRENTRWTAU'SMO'JEBVICE
yesterday. GUI} SNAMROif
order
Mes- the guests arrive in not f' VLUMBikG
"d convention .
were
Norman will be in charge Myers Assisting the hostess were
'rireshments.Ditmg dames Herbert Hart, Donald I "Faith Rally" to interrupt the games. Guests
I eight-day
Mesdames C. M Jones D A the card of)
play games
Amaranth members Smith, Barbara Hennig, Mayo Kearns and Hugh Kefauver conducted by Evangelist Phil- may
Invited Rasmussen C. Boyle, Donald Green of Tampa, will begin their choice ; .
Taking part in the program lip Other committee members 'awl tf '"
Miller and W B. Surles Alter- were the cluh historian, Mrs Sunday at the Venice Assembly are: Mrs Elizabeth Caldwelland l rr"1Wi M 08lIDER

wo Art Eventst nates are Mesdames Foreman, Spurr Mrs F. G. Darsey and of God Church Mrs. James Fox, hostesses "" 11111111
Niemchek, Fellers Casper Mrs. H. B. Mims Sunday evenings services I Mrs. John Detchemendy -
t For Weekendart Quam, Martha Austin and Wil- will begin at 7 p.m. and week at cards; and games; Mrs. THE BEST
will begin
services
Mrs. Summers Talks night John Delvac and Mrs. Ray i

'--.II an art lecture-demonstration show reception are Business MeetingSet On Annuals At Men's be 7:45: held pm April. Closing 19. service will Struble Beans, tables and ; Mrs.Mrs Dominic Edward GULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING INC.

l'dWtd for this weekend at Mr. Green has ministeredall
Garden Club Meet Knob, door prizes; Miss ,
and
States
'',fer Itt. Gardens Recreation By AuxiliaryA Mrs. Annie Ruth Summersof around over the the world.United He brings to Bresnahan table prizes, anc 628 E. VENICE, AVE, VENICE PH. 488-6247 488-2465
refreshments.
Cade,
lire Nickels win give the round-table business discussion Summers' Nursery, Laurel, this -area--- a. message that wiT Mrs. John .
tiTF-demonstration Saturdayn and plans for attend- will speak on "Summer Annu cultivate faith in the hearts of ,

2,:30 to 4:30: p,m, I ance at the constitutional con- als" at the Men's Garden Club people by the Word of God, '
;, reception will I be on ference will be the main itemson meeting tomorrow at 2 p.m, in The Rev. Victor Maurice, pas- THE DEPENDABLE: SUCCESS CARS OF 64

*day! from 1 to 5 p.m. and the agenda of No-Vel Auxiliary the community room of Sarasota tor of the host church, said.
artists whose works are on to Post 159, American Federal Savings and Loan As well as ministering the
ibit will be present to dis- Legion at its 8 pm. meeting Assn. Word of God Mr. Green will
.< their paintings with the Monday at Legion Hall. A general discussion will be be praying for the sick and .
<'!\I. Chairmen will be asked to1m held after the talk. Guests are afflicted, he said. ,
.. nut their district and department welcome The public In Invited.
;; reports'tr'; the year

and President Mrs. George
wimlnS70aler Kaup says it Is especially important END OF SEASON
for them to be present.
will be held
The conference
at Punta Gorda High School on SALEGirl's
AT April 28 and plans for trans- CLEARANCE
will be made Mon-
portation
warm Mineral rww'r

day.The Auxiliary's past presidents Sizes 3 to 6X I ,
will meet for lunch April

Springs 18 at 12:30: p.m, at the home 429 Teen and Junior Sizes 7 to 14Boy's v'f.
IZ of Mrs Arthur Swanson. 1
Miles
South of VeniceOn / Drive. Mrs. Kaup
Park Lane
US 41 co-hostess. Sizes 6 to 6X

_will be .1 a
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DRESSES We have designs to get yon in our power


REALTY SKIRTS


SWEATERS (orlon)
Our engineers in a wily group" of guys who spend) most of their time With tilt Folari 500 rOIl irenl baked on i certain mime.! Y
VIEWS SHORTS dreaming ways to win your approval. Take the Dodge Polar 500. choose from a standard 318 n. tn. V8 op to I street-vorskx of our

You'd be hard-pressed to find I car that's got more going for you. walloping ill-out 426 n.In. Ramcharger VI Compromise? Nope.We

b, an ..e.ll nt inveitment BLOUSES Deeply-padded, contour-formed bucket seats. All-vinyl upholstery. Just feel that i freedom of choice Is the surest road to your approval

or for the party wishing a Sin-to-sill urpetint. Putted dash. Center console. And lots of other Mrs our way of doing business-giving you lots ot car and Us
SWIM SUITS
building sits it's I II ""eal.-! ( trimmings But (hat's only the half of R. of satisfaction at a price that's hard to quarrel with.

,I SUITS Perhaps our approach to power will further Illustrate the point Your Dodge Dealer win be glad to demonstrate the point
Come In and see our a. i


by CHIPS this JOHNSONAt time of year .s lociatM Ronald Arons Blanche at our Call branch! or B4 Dodge e.( : I ,

often happens many of trt office at the Kent Motel \ % ,
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are in need of cash to pay or-Larry Redford or Frank :IIODGIOINKIIIACHRVslER) t .. I
Our income tarn.have offic. at 20 ,
Winesett In our OFF W.'I
We client who ti 306 W. Venice Av. Yo '
'h
this situation and in
did.

'*"ry dtr{to fundi provide he hat these offered flea will be gIld JOHNSON you Our Golden Anniversary is your golden opportunity! Come in and see The Dependable! '.. :

CHIPS
"o Urge water front lots 1"-. ,

on! Paved a+r.ets In a nice REALTOR i INSUROR I

Nokomis Subdiviiion for 306 W. Venice Ave. I
only/ $ .500. each. Of count '

this! off* !is for limited Branch Real Estate Office Yp WOLFER MOTORS INC. I
tiro e only and lublect to ,
MOTEL
wine'[, ..I.. If you have a KENT 4 ifir,
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cash left over after phone 915 S. TamiamI Trail Venice, Flo.
paying would
this
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THURSDAY A> 1Lig'

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THE May Designated Police Chief John C. Shockey scene, apparently in lit \
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cautioned motorists this week to avoid traffic twup, < |

'Senior Month' not to move vehicles involvedin The police chief uir] ...

{i}( PEOPLE accidents until police arrive of the Impact cars away from the!( I

SPEAK TALLAHASSEE Florida Shockey said vehicle. In two investigating the aaldeM

will launch a new program recent mishap were shifted difficult for the lew "tea

next month which will enhance before police could get to the ment officers
the nation's
its reputation as

To Editor For example, $20,000 home Number One retirement state.
The : a
UMBER or THE ASSOCIATED FRKS.I *-. MIlfBlB: : OF TEE FUX.IPA FS.MS! ASSOCIATIONTh. There's something that bears which now pays $182.JO would To be officially designated Month. May as Venice Area Church DirectoryIVEIOC.
Senolr Citizens
tax-rate) or
A elM4/ ..... nehulnlr. aatltM M w for _bl..Io.. erf all .... ......_ amllta* r on the upcoming HomesteadExemption pay $330 (18m. without will brine statewide recognition .
.. .... Amendment (which $240 (fully reduced rate)
Ie w sssttSttszxr1. / .*"*... bola AU *, h.. d I.pabU..tl.. to three-fourth of a million
d spaW homestead exemption.Or .
as you know will appear on
TII. .... sad .keel adMUrg wt.nt of 1101.: ......_ iI anyrlbtd. ad Ita ____ II tpr..U the ballot May 5) which I again, the so-called $15"- Floridians over age 68. In the ASSEMBLY OT ODD MYIIN"I'II NT
tonlddoa u.pt b. wrl' .....,..... would like to comment onto 000 "average" home which words of Dr. Carter C. Oster- V"'" Irr-War at Hprtla Avaaaato r-- r.uI Nhu. ., ...e
bind chairman of Florida'sCommission FaMr p.
VUtor Maurtaa
: FublUhM Our Mod., and n...... Fiw II.-.. E. Miami AaaaoaEntarH you to the press and, who now pays $110 would pay 247. ; on Aging, "We |i>nd..*........L 10>(M> ...atMnrnlnt P....,-., G..1, L Oaar
matters 80 ( tax-rate) or $18000 ... .... aWdn 5
deserve In this, as in all same W. I. 11100 s.Wi
_. .
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At CUM Mattar Al Pat Offloa At Vanlaa. rbrldaEDWARD will be serving the interests of Prapw Sarrtaaii TiM lt, a
\ to be furnished with the (tully reduced rate) without the older population BO it may W.P'anlae.......Sarrkft.. ,.,.,.tOwil., 140. a.atTEMICBNOICOMTS ??sy
D. BALL, Editor and Publisher best available information.And homestead exemption.In continue as standard usable MOBTB PORT CTlAatmTI-
that's the rather widespread fact, lesser taxes are NOT of fifth : MCTHODtSTOHUVCH : CIIt18CJ11C1FlUI'
Instead a
COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor equipment .
belief on the part of paid until we reach the $31,000 bandSwagon" PRB8BTTUUACoaranaltr
wheel the Florida 40S4SNoka CRDL4
SAM DILLON New. and Newsphoto Editor many owners of $13,000 to home and" then only If all on Palai Aria. txHib A PolaMttla J...... Faitar.Wanhlp Mr. Tarraaea J.Sundw cars
$25,000 homes that they'd payless reduced.Of tWrtaati lilo. .... sad 11 NYbny
tax rates were fully .
II too
ROGER KILBY Mechanical Superintendent Created by the last Legislature ..... sm W' ei :s
taxes if only they could if there were no Ihlldraat Clwhda ja__
course the _
the state now has for (Lurch Bhalt ,41 a.M.hadS with A rid of the Homestead Ex. .. ..de
get rate reductions ALL homes Tatb rslb..h/P/ pa
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $S.2} per year $3.25 per six months, $2.75 and hope for million first time a permanent, official
emption many including the $1 one
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county J0.25 per year, $4 25 the passage of this amendmentas would pay $137.50 MORE than agency authorized to: of EMHANDBL LUTHERAN CHURCH...-nd MLTaoDIsrC : CIIIIcI: I
Develop public awareness 100 S. Tamlwl Trail -tail" 0o I,.
per six months, $3 per three months. an "entering wedge" toward they do now. the needs and potential of age; Pub TIM R.. Charha L RMX Alas A. "._, MI....*
Chunk Bthoolt. till a. ..
such an end. So I hope that these remarks Help coordinate the plans Wonhln .,11 as.. sad H:M .... a lap i4i ..wa.Yp.ap..
Now the actual fact (and will merit the study and consideration .
and activities of governmental
A Tale Of! Two Cities my figures have been verifiedby of all thoughtful and private agencies state and LAKEIIIDI LUTHERAN CHVKCH EFISOOPAL: MISSION
the Tax Assessor's office)- 4 .L Soul* oa U'. 41Tk At Sooot Bow
persons. local, in behalf of older persona ... Mtlrla H. M..... 4HUMW P Ur Ma
is that this just isn't so. Homeowners 10:10. Ihadap 'oe aaOassk .
1cnI
Florida'i Venice and Naples are the and the like. It might be well to note in this class would pay I have no desire to Influence ; r.hlp SckaJ. Pal a-i.a.m.Sunihr : M...
their but I do believe they Provide a clearing-house for
radial center of thriving areas with much the people themselves voted the latter MORE taxes not only at the should vote be accurately and comprehensively Information research, end Bibs CIMM till a-m. FIRST H.BAPTIST Blaaama. Ella CBD1>

in common. to be paid for out of their own pockets present tax-rate, but even if informed. action programs; FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST on.. ..... Cbarh B OataWtm
all taxing agencies reduced SCIENTIST .
Yrd.n.5.d.e '
They are the brightest [eweli in a necklace through taxes.Construction. their rates to bring in the same FRED HAIGH. Stimulate and assist local (01 wee VmlM. A. M% Lde.... Lads. 5d.
councils or voluntary groups VantoaSiixtw 11100.. w.,5.. .
of sparkling beauty spots strung figures for Yerfice are not total dollars (in itself an unlikely Sarasota CountyCommissioner concerned; 5.ees 11 a-m. 5/e ..... Tarp pqb eer

gracefully around the lower west coast readily available, but they would add up probability). Encourage training for workers h..... Behool. t p 11 a Lm.Wwlnvdar. t 1M..., G.pr ctrl,. ......

of this fabulous Sunshine State. to only a fraction of the above. engaged in service to old. K..llni, Read II ..a. t> 4 ML sat hit Fri.imr ,. wda.dm.tI d/0..b.a/ .. Mda.d p....
.d "
- - - nape Bnndan balsa
of the er persons; andRecommend _I... trim T t. t.
share the distinction being
They The Naples Chamber of Commerce, i legislative and

only two West Coast communities directly which works closely with the city government administrative action in their CRACK METHODIST: CHURCH CHURCH or TEE Vallai.)lU4RZN1llaallo

on the Gulf of Mexico. toBy ITcrson behalf. OOTTIOT of FtoU aid Dear. tmt Eat af "....... 41 sad ni
.
receives: $15,000 a year from Collier ffersmt Senior Citizens Month in IUr. Mil* DfPwtmWonhlp U M A.dMi......
endowed with exhilarating Swirtaa S:10 a.1*.
Each Is
an Fhoaot
County, $1,000 from the city govern Florida will witness a wide va- h.", Sa....... .i" .." School. 0 to 4HS400TRnadap a.m.Mornlni .
climate, caressing gulf breezes and surroundings ment. riety of events sponsored by WhilO .area. lliOO .... Wonblp. 1I.M a.
...
IlL y, 1100 ...
r.
Tottt Sorrioa ,10
of unsurpassed beauty alt of The Venice Area Chamber of Commerce THE REV. FRANK J. SHEARER, local voluntary groups, .senior SAle 55.17. its .... 1I'aohooadap. Pnnlnt ........ liW p p...
which combine to beckon: temptingly to clubs women's and civic clubs Wodnaxlar. Pivot Mattlaa, T* .*
receives $6,000 from Saratota Pastor, Calvary Reformed Church and agencies working with old. CATHOUO

those in search of the good and leisurely County, $3,000 from the City of Venice.> of Venice GardensIt er people. There will be field- MoR CHURCH U.rhor OF Dritt THE a>4 EPIPHANT ItenM: Mot CALVARY REFORMED CHlTtaOF
life. day picnics and other meetings T.hpb..t l 4>SrmR4 VEN1CB GARDENS
I And the Naples chamber, run by pros JI senior hobby shows, entertainment HOT. Min Gems W. Oramlna Hot North. Ban,.. [>,*.
Each ii municipal Island of tome 6,000 Tto ROT Frank I
shame FvwSuadap
with like its city government, is on the ball is an overt! The Easter the empty tomb at Easter with- programs, citations .nihr 11_ Twinur fc....)..M School .... asMmnla
population surrounded by satellites An example one of many which couldbe ef the resurrection life for notable oldsters, and ti" ... IH.0 ... UttO a.m.CoafoiMfiil Wonhlpi. 11 r O ....
In the neighborhood hunts the sunrise services, out living 5.5.M.e0 to 5,31 -. olW HrmnaJeM. tM M.
combined -
populations other affairs. The Florida
area new
cited Christ. The Christian knows ti ,
: Easter itself. Probably manyof for p..1 tIO U an.
of :30,000 each. Lest Tuesday a bus carrying the 40 us have left the Saviour at that he is crucified unto the Commission on Aging urges re. 11' RAPHAEL" Cll'JICIor
tired persons or others interested VENICE: : NOROMt5: PRII8"YTERIAM
ENGIoEWOOORio
Each has its advantages Venice with beauties who will be hostesses at Florida's the empty tomb, even as at world and the world raised unto him to send in their personal ,CHURCH _.. ..... Mesa Room W. E..aa.
Christmas we leave Him at the because he has been unto Mlak.r DaYid A. .
the greater ones in the matter of accessibility Worlds Fair Exhibit unnoticed suggestions for events duringthe 141 Th Rlallo VmlpMiHlrx ... P...>rhadar
passed manner. This la a dangeroustime newness of Ute in Christ.Does _. 1s.e5M Muo erne. ....
and a mile of city-owned beach, through Venice.At for the Church or the fol. month, as well as for specific T..h School I ti4l .-.. HoMv. MOM .100 aav.Contaaloiia .
life today reflect projects which the Commission ., Baton Htm
your -
IWrrtoM 8 niUn ItM a.
Wonbla
which, when and if properly developed Naples they were met outside town lower of Christ. For this is the the fact that you have stood before could consider in its olbwihiB Halll II a.au Gardn BaaoSADTT -
I time of the after-Easter letdown
could rival the Riviera. by chamber and city officials and a when the fires of wor- the Cross and the empty over-all planning for the elderly east- CONGREGATIONCVANOEUCAI.: .u..cRRIIIUII
AND RETOJUflgTh
tomb in recent days? Or has
Retirees good solid citizens all motorcycle escort. The young ladies were ship, service, and enthusiasm the flame already begun to die MAWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ro*. R. Robt Ckakh. FhO.
make than 50 cent of their for things of Christ begin/ to RI..... at torml MlnliUrSorrlroa .
.
more VIP with sales
per treatment
up given along a of life already
down, the business Tka RVOT. Dab D... Faturaoa Roaiorf Mac. bald Unporarih la N
population. A great majority of their pea pitch on the virtues of Naples. They left burn down, and the Tame is begun to crowd out Narcotics Use -S.nolap Mrs.- v..... G._ RoenaUoa daw al Uan.
in the lives of .
about to die out M .... HoUf 0-'ISS Sandara.Chard '
pie came from somewhere else and marvelling af their royal reception saying many until next Easter. Christ\ ? Are you as spiritually :100 .... raaillr WoraalpFrarv ........ School, wit* ebon, to .
impressed today by the crocs Brings ArrestsThe Sormoa ttm OMtvt tfco oilt elua ttt: uat
more are on the way. it was by far the finest they'd had. Christ Is a risen Lord. A of Christ as you were on Good I.M a... Advk. Blklo. ...... .satCbnb RMnatloa 00.... A4lH aid. tla Mm. !t....
Salami a. at bos..r ('set
In substance Naples and Venice have Naturally they'll have something nice to truly committed Christian Friday? Are you as enthused State Board of Health 11,1' as 11..1. PnPw ad mind H Kalrht Sts Stuaroel.. IKVoatM

pretty much the same physical I attractions say about Naples at the fair. recognizes the Lordship of about the risen Saviour and His today reported 393 persons .-.. Gardraa.VENICB .
kind of and the Christ over His life at all tunes Church today as you were on were arrested in Florida in CHURCH
people BIBLB
the same Archie Turner the of CHURCH OP TIMOR
Naples BAPTIST
Mayor FIRST
Easter Let's test
and under every circumstance.We Sunday? our 1963 for illegal drug activities. Ere .. Tanlaial' Tnt!
4 same benign weather. is the gift of Venice to her sister cityto cannot watch Christ being zeal for Christ today by a com Narcotics was involved in 242 Rtiadw, RIchaH School.R.ft4l LlorL aakWonhlp Fattor Tlw IU*. B. P RleaaroMa, ..*
From here their dissimilarities! outnumber crucified on Good Friday because matted life, by being faithfulin Svroloa lliOO s.T4al.ln5 .. Bandar School.. Sato. ass .
on the south.. Turner, a big bronzed man cases. Arrests in 1962 totalled U.too.. t:.0 .. a...'... EomilnaScrrUa' t N fA
of our sins and for our worship EVERY Sunday by p. . sate.
their similarities. t iK Pram and Blbla aid 5s.
: Borrtoa
j with and PtoitlB pa
bushy eyebrows, crinkly eyes salvation and then wait until standing before His cross and 332.The board \Is charged with W.dno. Prima 1011... titO p.m. W""rtn_d.r.
; Naples Is booming because of f itself; bubbling hometpun philosophy Is the ton next Christmas to kneel before the empty tomb today, tomorrow enforcing state law regarding Wonhlp Ban-tea. II,M ....

Venice in spite of Itself. of a family which homesteaded an ,island Him. We cannot stand before regulation) of drugs, cosmetics FIRST Dkwlplal CHRISTIAN ef Chrirt CHURCH SOUTH VENICE APTI8T CBAPB

Naples is a far-sighted city with at .t a point where Venice Inlet now flows. and medical devices. MaMnli Tanplo East. Vat... A'OBMFaotor I.".. Or. ft Old E.._ M
....
i Frank Castor director of Th 0. M. FoorrBundw ROT Arthur. M. Splltar FailerBandar
( PLAN. Venice has no plan; soon it will The mayor's main ambitions 'in life are .......... 1:11 am.Wonilp. School. .,41 a-.-
the board's Bureau of Narcotics .
\ Too 10 .-.. Santo af Wonhlp. IltoO Uk
';j lose its highly competent planner who was to snare snook and to preach the gospel Late To Classify said that of the 393 arrests

1 thwarted in his efforts to plan. of Naples, which he does with evangelistic 108 involved sale or possession
of barbiturates and
Naples has an up-to-date city manager teal at every chance. Bj RUSSELL KAY amphetamines more than

1. form of government, looking ahead to and Archie Turner who has watched Ven in 1962. He said violators of ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
You have probably heard of the Board of Engineers for Internal .
; preparing for a future unlimited. Every ices political I feudin' from a distance" for organizations that make a Improvement on the this truck type stops usually night are club.found and at

q move it makes in the way of public works many years, has this to say; business of tracing missing contemplated canal betweenthe some drug stores. He said

;1 and building is based on projected requirements "If they'd combine all the energy they persons and private detectiveswho Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf trucking companies have been MAINTENANCE
will dig up information for of Mexico? The Act of Congress very cooperative in aiding enforcement .
hence. themselves and
20 years waste fighting among .useIt
you at a price but have you which produced this report of the law among LIGHTING SUPPLIES
s.1 Venice is belabored by divided may. instead for the good of Venice what ever heard of an organization was passed in 1828. drivers.

.1 or-council government which on occasion a whale of a town they'd have" Mist makes a business of tracing The route then consideredwas Castor Mid the bureau made ANDERSON Inc.
ELECTRIC
seems to be looking no further than its This summation ii as simple and ion- BOOKS? by way of the St. Mary' 2,029 inspections of drug stores,
Florida I believe I is the only River to Apalachicola Bay. also hospitals clinics, drug manufacturers
i rent meeting. Petty personalities and politics complicated at the Naples Plan which state that can boast of such a from the St. John' River to and wholesaler during Base & Cockrill Street:: Phone 48f-674

J appear to obssess some rather than came into being In 1948 and put Napleson research organization. It is Vassasouns Bay. the year c
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.) designs for progress its way. In short it amounts to three known as Book Tracers and is You will be amazed at the -
located at Chuluota Florida. immense amount of Florida
There are some who say a city manager words: COOPERATION CORDINATION Florida is an historic state historical data and Informationthat

form of government can't be sold PLANNING. and thousands of books stories is available through the ...

1 in Venice. Instilling in its citizens an awareness of and special articles have been Book Tracers organization. No
I written about it since Ponce de matter what subject
you maybe
If these individuals are really serious their and their is of
I city government one
Leon set foot on Florida soil at intereseted in you will probably
about it, hero's a tip: It takes just 25 the main achievements of the Naples St. Augustine be able to obtain Just .4

j ,: names on a petition to force creation of Plan. Council meetings art well attendedand Realizing the need for a about everything that was ever

a charter revision committee. when there't a controversial issue 1 clearing house of Florida data, written on the subject duringFlorida's \
Book Tracers set out to gather history.
If Such a committee would prepare a there's lively discussion.If all available information.Over Would you like to know what

'i" referendum to be submitted to the elec you drop In on one of the. Venice the years they have traced was published in New York and

; torate. If the referendum received a favorable council's Tuesday night sessions you likely and secured countless items Washington newspaper. concerning n sq
about Florida books many the Seminole War Ask
:, vote, the matter then would be at not will find yourself a lone spectator. out of print for yearr newspapers Book: Tracers, they will send

'11 presented to the next session of the ttete Once the Naples council debates things and magazine articles.Do you copies of the articles or

for action. you know what Antoniode stories and recommend books
'I legislature out and comes to decision: that decisionis :
Herrera wrote about Floe that will provide additional in
would be the
ie A much simpler course the for
i transmitted to city manager ida in the 16th century? When formation.

:of one followed by the City of Fort Myer ..execution without hindrance or dictation and where it was published? While our state library In .

There the city officials avoided the necessity from above. Book Tracers will tell you and Tallahassee and at the University dwiiiaiowt

of going to the legislature by appointing Venice can accomplish i everything give He the said source.: material of on Florida this and have other much subjects \\

I. '; an administrative assistant to the Naples has, and then some, with aggressive "And believing that this the material available

r r .f. mayor to perform the same duties at a imaginative and forward-looking land was an island they through Book Tracers supplements .

r t city manager.Before leadership. And maybe with a tailtwisteror named It La Florida, becauseit much of it and Is available / PERSONALLOAN
has a very beautiful viewof at modest cost.
:, a recital of statistics becomes two such as Archie Turner. many cool woodslands, If you would like further Information

boring, it might be well to offer these Venice is the best place to live on the and it was level and uniform; about this interesting .

I : r additional ones: lower West Coast. It could be a better and because moreover they source of Florida information
discovered It In the time of send for a copy of their
j Naples presently has $$11 million in place with a plan and with. city hall brass the Feast of Flowers." current catalog of Florida publications help

: ; private construction under way. In addition concerning itself more with the job at While we consider the FlorIda or tell them what balance

; there are $4 million worth of public hand and lets about who is poaching upon Cross State Canal current your problem and interests are ?
: news, did you know that It was and they can probably supply your family budget
works, such at towers, storm sewers, streets whose perogatlves.f also news on Monday, May 11, just what you need. Address

; I 1829 when the New York Evening Book Tracers Chuluota, Floe
Post published a report of ida. Our financial experts hews learned that most faraffes trill

: : a borrow $50,000 or more during their lifetime.This Include
. :1' ; Books For Ocala
borrowing for homes cars, TV sets, appliances and college: :

,,' I.: EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES educations, n If this is true, getting the help of a M
i DOROTHY B. ALEXANDER can become a siieable sum.
I' By .
J4 Service Bank could save plenty. Where borrow your
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY you you
P Publications Specialist, Florida Division Reading It known to be of prime importance
; money and how much you pay for tt Is now more Importantthan
TRADITIONAL
1' School to education. A good
of Child Training anyone's
ever. Q Whatever needs attention
i; your you'll receive prompt, courteous
;' Many Senior Women's Clubs of Florida vocabulary and the ability to eiprett one's Let M style yow favorite vate and the advantage of low bank rates. Money from a personal loan glva

"i r ar. doing a fine thing, Mrs. Alyco Mc. thoughts accurately, are basic needs of t or ceramic into beautiful lamp you Immediate cash. Q One of the many services at our Full Service .....

ill f Pherson superintendent, Florida School any personality. And words have taken on e Rewiring Xesfy/fof/

({ for Girls at Ocala, tolls me, In sending new importance at the "need to "talk All Lamp Ktpoirt

I a small contribution each year from things out" hat become understood. Nothing Work by Experferweo1 Designers and VENICE-NOKOMIS BANKVENICE

I ''I}, one to five dollar for books for the has been the butt of more jokes than Craftsmen *

1 I cottages housing Florida's wayward girls. the psychoanalyst's couch but certain It ,Is THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. FLORIDA

1 I." This program partially fills e very real that talking things out to someone trusted, *! "So/wore County't Oldeit Bank"

h I : need. No club is strained In making this on couch or "wherever," it good therapyfor 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA : -

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THURSDAY APRIL 9. ly I

'N THE GONDOLIER I PAG'ESEYE3f

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NOTICE or INTENTION: TO IN TUB COUNTY JUDOE'i: COtlRTIM
RKCIBTFR FICTITIOUS NAMI AND rOR SARASOTA COUNTY
",. ....-..toned to karabr aartlfir FLORIDA IN PROBATEIN for anenjoyaofble
r hat lhara aandaatlnf a LaundiT and KBi Th. Kalala" of
I>T Claaalnj. aitalnara at ShamrockBaulaard MARION S MOKRILL. Daraaaif.Probal. .
41 1 and Tunlaml. Trail Soul Flla No ._ GOlf ,
rtwS BS.0. r V.... aBdrr tha flatltlaoi ..... ofT..11 NOTICE; TO CREDITORS!:
; Fl iD TE CdnamaUa Condo and Drr TO AIL CREDITORS AND OTHER day _
ClaanhiaCantar. ...d. UiM add firm Uanmpa.ad PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
of tlta tollewinf BaraonawbOM THE ABOVE BSTATE TRY
'klN a5.. ud plao-a at rvldanaa.. see T. ara h..... aotlflad and raqulradto
-- -.:.. .-.. __ ai follow.iLaon flla anr .J.I",. or d-mand. which ... SARASOTAGOLF
"" D. Eons Sha-araek BoularariMil may haw ..aln.t. ,tha .Id aatata la the
Tamlaml. Trail/ "..1_ Florida offloa of tha buoy Sod, of $._ CLUB
4 Brdtna. B.. H pa. Snaaira-t tatawenlaad eoa.., Florida, I. tha Courtbouna atoaraaota.
1 Tawkual Trait I Vaiba rhrlda. Florida. wlUiln. ill id .akaaaar
CLASSIFIEDRATES Owmhlr at TNJI C..rul. L... mantlia front tHa data of tha' flat DAILY GREEN
- Lots For Sale Rentals Help Wanted Boat Trailer14FT. .... .,... DIY &:\ooon4Ita, c.o.o.r. 10 .... puaaoalloa. _. af UiMlotlaa.. Each: llalmor i FEES . ... $3.00Just
.d mint ba In dune la duplllala. -
... ..... Off B.. Kdg.: Ri
NOTHING SHORT OF -11.1110 aamDrdhM and .t the plaoa of ralamaa -
BURG ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY NO EXPERIENCE BOAT TRAILER. Reasonable K. Hop, M p. ... and aoat otfln. add. .a. of tha South o4 Saratot
LARY Corner and adjoining Apartment, heated pool. W. necessary. It la oor Intantkm to apply. to tbclwk claimant' and moat. .ba ....*... to br thalalmant.
lot In Venice Gardens Opportunity for ;young men 1028 Myrtle Ave., .t the Clams CoN" I. .d C. hi.. aaant, or hi. attornrr, or
Charge Rates, both Thursday $2, OO Venice Ave. Reasonable rates to learn aircraft refinishing Venice. 11._ {'_.... ......14.. Ie ..1... It will .bo-oma. Told. armrHlnl In l.w.
and Monday Editions cash. Rountree Agency, p. O. Week month or ;yearly. Phone tho .14 .__ Tr.11 {'. .....". Lauadn JUSTINE lATER MARKS.
Box 5718. 4114 S. Trail, Sara. 4883681. from bottom up. Inquire Mr. and Drr ClMKlm Ontar andMM pro.UloM Administratrix of U<. totals!

S1.59 sola. Phone 924,325. I Wilson, East Nose end hangar, Legal >Ide. Aota nf 'rhaitfn" lest.Wits. Meta Ian af Ftor.tHO .of...M.rloi..... E. Morrlll.HOONT. NEED MONEY?

SMALL EFF. APT. Single only. Venice Airport. am b.M. 11011 I" do dMneh :. HAZEN IRPHORMNO
ELK INLET .. 1554 Florida Pn.ar Ltrht BnlMlni.Vwl .
i (112 word minimum) boat SeawaUed private No pets. $10 00 per week. Ph. SALESMAN Wanted for Venice If Twit miTVTT jrrtwrs rrmuT W > D HOPB.ERD1NB :. .... P.Id.At.n. .. j Would you lih to liar
.
basins. E. L. Kilton, 4884006.! a. MOPE.P :. ... tar ,he Y..laPOthb
1J Words each Ac AND FOR .
Additional Rayehore area. Large Life Insurance SARAROTA COUNTY. a, 554."N".5 1 some money In escrow to
.... Drive, Nokomis. FLORIDA SITTING AS A COURT Ht.ll I Karen II. 11. April t, e. 1554. 1 If. 15 It. Aori1 5.
3 BEDROOM Co. Must be high school OF PBOBATB. I protect your family of buti- ,
CASH rttei, both Thursday Houses For house on the graduate. Between ages of 25- IN liP., RSTATF.: OF III THB COUNTY IIIDGIC'S COURT Inau in case of unexI -
Sale water. Nicely furnished and HARRY OU8ACK. D Da-iait. If AND: POR SARASOTA COUNTY, your
I (nd clean. Air conditioner, screened 45. Married. Sales experience Court TIN Ho. T4Mvortnt II* RBI FLORIDA ESTATe, IN OP PRORATE HOMETOWN I pocttd daalth or disability l

'. 140Editiom VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 porch and carport. Yearly desired. $433.00 monthly to : TO cHrnrroRS JOHN E. SEWN Daeaata4.Pmbiu. CLAIM SERVICiCJJ I If you can qualify I can arrange -

.. $ bedroom, 1H baths, panelled or consider reserving for next start. Excellent company Benefits TO ALL CREDITORS AND ALL FT- NOTt/1I TO CREDITORS: PIle Na. T4II ..4 j a 1 1./ 3"% loan. S
.... Florida room, Cathedral cell. and training program.Write IONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DIDo CJJWMSaffl
:
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PKRRONg
II season. North Port Charlotte HANDS AGAINST
SAID EXTATBlYou.
|112 word mInImum? ) ing. Call 4885397. 4883681. qualifications to: District and aarh or you. ... barahy. notl- RAVING (ATMS OR DPMANM HUGH PAUL E. SANDERS
Additional' Wrwds..ac 5c Manager, P. O. Box 1630, lied an< faqatra4, to praaant. ... ..h, AGAINST. AID ESTATE Ph. 488.6738 488.5183
704 SERATA ST. ar damand whlrh yoa, fpaithar of ran, Too ... notlfM and rwul.1. mJSK:: ::&HH McPHERSON I
Venice. 2 Sarasota Fla.RECEPTIONIST. .
:
2 BDR. UNFURNISHED house. may hava u.t: tha Mat. of HARRY !Ie (il anr lab or demand "tilth oamar
.
Aim AH-Ca bra to cJaaaS.luT bedroom, C.B. house. Florida i Dining GUKACK, ........ lau of garaMaCounty. h. .. aa-alnrt tha B>tata of JOHN P59-142 488.6567 "
...., -a s ekarn at II mla room one bath room, large living for Physician's Florida to tha County Juan.. E: BENN LI*....id. .lau of HaraaataCVmntr .lt.f tIP"
'" rS. ,. (.. In-artla. M ahi nice living room. Quiet section, near shopping Court of 8araw. Cannly In tha County .Florida l. UM afflaa af Ham k
tr.
MwrH.1. do...., room with office. State age, experience JOHN T.
tar oart fireplace, kitchen phone 4884412. Cmirthnuaa 8._ Florida.! Hbla" GRAHAM Rarawta Lousy
A _. ...... d II _,. Ya. and dining area. Utility, and marital status ill ..>lar ......th. from tha oat*. at tka Jurfir la. tha Coantr Conrt HOQM at WOLFER MOTORS Inc. ,
.. car .
... nfSlWna.CLASSIFIED Sara -lm. mold wlOiln lit a.l ,
.. ...br Y ewilrCM .. port. Lot size 60'xl50'. Contact 2 BEDROOM, .furnished apart Reply W. F., Box 746, Venice. Hint rarh publication. ,, or of demand thla. notlea mint ka. hitrrltlna month from th. date. of th.. Sot Mb.. RAMBLER DODGE

William Leonard 402 Sullivan ment. Large kitchen and liv (forma ara avallahla from thaVwnty Mention of thla Notloa.Rath ...... .
'" MAID White some experience ( Judn a offlat), la dupllrataairant rlalra er .d mnit ka fa US S. Tamtam! Trail 488.3965-488-6150 (
DISPLAYOne St., Punta Gorda, Fl. ing room. Also a 3 room furnished phone 488-3416. h.11 ...... N. Ots..5.id..d 1 rrltinaand In dnplleaUl ahall Mat*. th..b .
Edition, Inch $3.00 apartment. Summer _, .11I. ....d... of tit. .._.... ? of r. .....a and poat afflea ad. SPECIALIST IN. ,
per dra-a of tha Olilmantl ahall ba ...om
Both Edition, per Inch $3.50 I Nose Daaa,BFAUTY II... Ka-r IN T.VENICE.... rates. Phone 488-3785, Eves. WANTED Driver-Salesman. hall b or.won.... atMm-y t. ho,U..Iaman4 ahall .ba .os5.hie. ta ar tbt...Claimant, hU ainnt. of hto attornr ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

CALL. LOU JACOBS; ..i KIT 4885994. Hood's Dairy, Inc., 1301 S. panM.. .ba by a I111 flllnc f.. (whleb. faa mini ,faa.11 and aooomranM... atr-h ..br... a or n l damand Ta Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis

w All ettnlfied ads payable Tn BEST BUY In Venice Gardens, CENTRALLY LOCATED Venice By-Way. may amount of lac-Jinan alalm. ), and by any adduuj......a ahumor ..the ruin* Ir Mt mar aa filed.ha ad ahall
advance except established 3 bedrooms, bath and half, Apartments on yearly or oamand/a/ HOMER not ao old AVERT ahall ba GUSACX.aa old of elalra, and alalra forma mar ba. ... Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beams
large Business Personals Eiaautor of tha. Bttat rind f-om tha Oountr Iud..'. offloi.LAURA Wheel Balancinq Electrical Repairs
utility monthly basis Vacationers
account. room carport, of Barry a....... a.er.dAt.vet 8. SEWN
M screened porch. On a large corner welcome. Armada ApU., 406 A. Bradford ""' ..... aa Eiatntlof the Batata Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard I'

CANCELLATION or lot. Terms as low as $1,400 Armada Rd., S. TYPEWRITERS: and Adding fimllh W.t and Miami Thomaa.Ill Aa.so 111.1.of John.nd E.0.(Una, Pmaiid.Pnbllalii Radio Repairs Transmission Repair

ADJUSTMENT down. 380 Hlllview Rd., Phone Machines (mechanically operated V..I.. runs.P.MI451 .. Ar-naa r Lo". Airconditioning Repair and Installation
488.2894 LARGE FURNISHED 3 room ) Chemically cleaned I April I. I" as. ae. J... 117 P. 0.N..sa Ent Rlal,
Request for cancellation ... Apartment. Weekly Monthly like new. Just' $12.50 plus partsif v.1. PlnridL lens .

or adiuttment because of BEAUTIFULLY Landscaped 2 Yearly. Reasonable) Phone requira-d. All makes. Venice IN THE COUNTY IIIDrW. mUll' If April t, 5. K. M. ItMPLO1IDA

error must b. mad for Bedroom, 2 bath Home Cen 488-8735. Eves, 4885994. Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. AiD FOR SARA80TA COIIliTY, 08 'MflIJ COURT 0. THr COUNTY I

Thursday!. Gondolier BEFORE tral Water and Sewer. Reduced ON PRIVATE ESTATE at Osprey 488-6113. IN RKi FLORIDA.ESTATE IM OFIPENIEB PROBATI JUDG' SARASOTA COUNTY, I r

5 pjn. on Monday. For Monday from 17500.00 to $15,900 for K. GILSOM. PmaiilFrobaU la rat _U. of
quick sale Byron Markle two large bedroom File Ho TWI WALTER D STOREY, Dan...
. Gondolier BEFORE 5 ,
apt, living room, tile bath, IN PROBATE
Realtor, 488-4708. 1f0Tl1II TO CREDITORS
SHEPARD TO ALL CREDITOR AND PERKINS
pn. en Thursday. Frigidaire, gas stove and fur- TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR OPMANDB REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
BECAUSE of temporary FI- nace, TV, garage space, fur HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE
PHONE LUMBER CO. AGAINST SAID STATE .. .. .
....
.
and aark of nod.flad
roa ara
nancial Distress I will sell nished or unfurnished. Annual You ara harahy notified. and ......... and raqulrad to atamit ... .lalmaand I
my House and lots worth 8N,- basis only $100 per month. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. to flla any alalra or damand which yomar d...... which row or althar of ....
488-3125 Sarasota hava ...I.ot tka J tttata. of BPEN. itiar haw aralntt tI,. aatato of WALTER in wonderful location. Small
500.00 for Quiet, no lawn to Phone Duplex
$12,500 and includethe mow. PER:: M. GILSON D....... .1.. ofSaraOta D. STORIY. daoaaaad. .lata. of .Id
furnishings. I will vacateat Seaman, 966-2825. call County, Florida In tha offloa c..... to tha Coaalr Jadn of lara.nta .
ELLIOTT of Hon. JOHN T. C.RAHAM. KaraaoU Ooontr Plorida, at hta affloa In thaaonrt down payment with good terms on
once or stay and rent from AIR CONDITIONED EFFICI- PAULfor CountJudn. .la tha County Court bows of aaJ4 Coantr r4 Raraanta.PVrida .
H"" .. at ..._ PI.ride. -IUiln .'. .
you for $10000 per month, or within al. aalandar ....\h. fees
Real EstateHOME ENCY apartment. Available .lal-nd. month. hoe tho d.. at tho tha ttaia of tha Clam aiihlleat. balance. For further informationcall
$50 00 to rent '
pay one room If !rrt ]puhlhat.a of thlo N..I/_ .. .
April 1. Adults. At 251 N alsau. ROOF TRUSSES Two aoplaa of aaah sits' or da.id
a ...
_. .
sold cam .d m545 he h ,.. .
to a single .
..
man or woman. .11 ka la snub and ahall atautha
Call .. ,... .. ... .. ...
Redford As-
or see Larry Alum. Windows & Doors .it I. .11. .h.1I the plaaa of ratldartaa aad offlaaaddnaa !
pat
UNIT- Herman Vander Voort 728 488.6413 4884196.
AND RENTAL Cypress .0-late Chips Johnson Real p.ras o.ldme..d:: ddwof of the alalmant and ahall ka. or
W.700. Florida Room Ca- Ave., Venice. Phone 488- Contract Roofing &, Painting .. Ct.lm.tt .Ir atror-l a o br .won to kr tha alahnut hla ....t oratwrnv
Estate, 306 W. Venice Ave. tha Claimant' .....
Phone 488.2132 Venice hla ar hla attornar" and aoaompanlod hr fill.. faa
a
ban; 2 cr.. porches; Carport; 1475. Phones 488.2241 or 4882279. haJI .ba aeeonpanlad br a II.71 flllntt of ona 1.11..nd aaok .1..' or oomaodaot i 1
Alum Trailer under 1 roof; faa and ., web alalra, or damand. aot aa flM ahall .karaid..
WATERFRONT aa fllad ahall. .ba ...Ido Tha fillet
HOME. 2 bedrooms fai mar /., JOHN C. BTORET,
Separate Unit, rents for $500 1U baths NICELY FURNISHED Duplex, Dressmaking alterations draperies .ba addad to (h. anxnnt of ...Io, and admlnlftrator of tka. Batata
,

,
All furnished; 75 ft. garage elalm forma mar. .ba obtalnad from tha of water' D. fltorar, d.rd.PtbIW. .
season Citrus
; reasonable. Highlands. .
dock. etc. .. ,
Reasonable Margaret reasonable 488 1130 OoontJtid* offlra .. April I, I.I., M, 1M4.
Dock
r lot, overlooking bay. priv- Drive. Laurel Villa. 4882464. Call 958.5492 or 4881058. Available WAYNE SPENCER. GILSON. __r_ V'" _
u Urge C. O. Worden, Realty, the 1st of April. Mobile Homes aa 8.Admlnlatrator..... M. GII.of..tha D..d BataUof
France St., Nokomis 488-4231. OUTSTANDING 2 Bedrooms, 2 AttornVI BLAIR AND DEAN,
.. bath home. Curbed and paved 1 BEDROOM, furnished apart. A""" ,_ at Law, I [
For Sale Real
Corner
SIT Naa.an '''_ Estate
4001 OF WATER FRONTAGE streets, central water system ment. Yearly. Inquire Ava- V..I.. "Iorid.
L on South Creek Bay. In Sor. and sewer. Beautifully lon Apts, 505 Barcelona. P.hll"' Hu.h I.. e. April t. 8, 1M.
unto Shores Paved Street, landscaped A real buy at 10' :T: 48' VINDALE, ALUMINUM .

high and dry. $23 per ft. Term. 17500. Byron M. Markle, MODERN, airconditloned 2 bedrooms tiled bath, I
WHETHER YOU'REBUYING
Ask for Lauden at sales office Realtor, 488-4708. stores available in South gas heat, large gas tank wall

, Sorrento/ Shore. 4 miles Venice Shopping Center. For oven, Kelvinator, sliding doors,

north of Venice. MAKE OFFER 2 Bedroom Information call 4885858. exceptional closet space and New, 2-bedroom 2-bath, with nice OR
, home Venice Gardens. Owner cabinets, TV antenna, awnings,
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL anxious to sell. Wanted UNFURNISHED, 2 bedrooms covered patio. Nice location screened Wonderful location SELLINGYou're
porch. -
8 adjoining lots with $11,000 but will sacrifice. $500 plus Florida room; living and wonderful neighbors. Lot NEW DIAICEiFinut Best Values Are
room w/FP; extra large utility 150 or call at office. HARBOR in faviceh
4-laned Found HEREIINTERESTED
100' each on newly down. No closing cost. About
room. In city children or pets Small down payment. Easy
for
h LIGHTS.
5..w home and old
with
Tamlami Trail (U.S. 41)) $68 per mono Byron M. Markle,
Ok. $75.00 month. 488-5528 after
depths ranging from 223' to Realtor, 4884706.ATTRACTIVE .
333' backing up to 60' wide 5' II p.m. Boats For Sale terms. For information call 1

to Inter. HOME in nice
deep canal with access
CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2
, Coastal waterway, toned R-3. section of Venice. Two bedrooms bedroom furnished house FOR SALE Aluminum Boat, 488.6413 or 4884196INTERESTED .a

Ideal sites for motel, restau- two baths, screened Screened porch. 48 -1333, 488- cover and trailer. Outboard
rant, marina, filling station porch and carport, 1001 Nokomis 2151. optional. Call 4884858. ,
coops and so forth. This Is the Ave., So., Venice $14,000.
Trill front..ge of Sorrento Low down payment No closing 35 FT. 1958 CHRIS-CRAFT
Shores. Will sell one lot or all costs. Call 488-6701. Misc. For Sale Constellation. A one-owner

six lots for $12,000 each boat with only 385 original J. W. MOORE

Terms, Phone Venice 488-5027, GOLDEN BEACH ARVIN 20-ln. Automatic re- hours. Looks like a new boat. ? ?
qulf
or visit Sorrento Shores Sales near versible fan, with roll-about Twin 75 hp engines, well equip. PLUMBING CO.

Office located 4 miles N. of Two bedroom, two baths. pedestal. Practically new con- ped with many extras, $13,500 Harbor Lights On The Trail 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened

Venice ( miles S. of Sarasota 30 foot Florida room dition. A firm $35. Call 4884479. Hansen Chris-Craft Sales, 1210 RADIO TRUCKS H. H. W/mmert/ Realtor Porch, attached carport, Oil
N. Tamlami Trail in Sarasota EQUIPPED heat

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. on 112 ft. corner lot. ,ANTIQUES Deacon bench Ph. 9585515. PHONE 488-4450 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent 105 East Aurora
Large enough for thlrt n 519 GULF STREET pictures, 3 piece living room
lots with 13,000 ft. in each. set Many other articles. 517 for Wetter Union Telegraph $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH.

Zoned R-I. On aq.county main So. Harbor Dr. Phone 4883415. Monday tin Friday 9 to 51; Saturday to I N. WIMMERS
NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar ,f*
tabled street 200 ft. West of dens 2 bedrooms each side. JALOUSIE WINDOWS various :FEE.JHURT ? CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

Tamlami North Trail 3Vi miles Central heat and air-conditioned. sizes. Cheap. Phone Charles HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. Miami Ave.
Southof
of Venice. Vi ml. Attractive lake location. Clapp, 488.4806.AUTOMATIC 488.5308
Sorrento Shores $19,000 Phone 488.4885 or 488-6651. g. Jerry Cellura
terms Call Venice 488-5027 or SOFT DRINK

482781. 3 BEDROOM frame. Comer Vending Machine still under hand made .
lot, city water and sewer warranty, for half price. B & W This

Lots For Sale Walk] to school and store. $7.250 Auto Repair, 829 E. Venice ARCH SUPPORTS NEW HOME VENICE Space
30 per cent below cost! Call Ave. 4883502.

488-1510 after 4 or weekends Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP NOKOMIS AVE. JUST SOUTH OF SAN MARCO AvailableFor
SPECIAL 3 LOTS close to RIDING MOWER, almoet new,
schools, shopping center and BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool $113.00 less than Maas Bros Sptchlitf; /; In Arch Supports and Orthopedic Shoes 2-Bedroom lB.th Large Living Room and Dining

Hospital, $1.995.00-10 per cent home. 2 bedrooms den Florida price. H. L Scott, Sunrise Dr., 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE Area Kitchen Frigidaire Elec. Stove and Refriger Your v

down easy terms. Take one or room. 21x31 screened patio. Nokomls. I.lara e...' IS .... u 4 ... Pa. iM-tlU ator Laundry Room Plus Utility Room with Extra
III three Byron Markle, 488- Furnished If desired. Good fi.nincing. Commode and Wash Tub Florida Room Central Heat Real EstateAdvertisement

4708. 2102 Georgia Ave., En. SEWING MACHINES. Clean and Air Conditioned Large Tree

,Iewood, Grove City. oil and adjust. $2.50. George INSTALL A REAL VALUE AT $16,000.00
WATERFRONT LOTS on seen- Part(, 1030 N. Washington,

Se. wide, deep Myakka River, Homes For Trade Sarasota, 9557885. "' FRANK C. RAEBURN --- -
Myakka Shores. Also marina WEATHERTRON' -

with houses and buildings and WILL TRADE HOMEroom 2 Bed RUBBER STAMPS made to or- REALTOR ATTENTION MR. & MRS.
boat home der. Overnight service. Office 251 W Venice Ave Phone 488.1600 488.2649
ramp. Also 60 acres on 1V4 baths C.B. All ELECTRIC HEAT DUMP ., "RIGHTPARTY"at
personal, pocket or stock.
Myakka River off Highway 777 large lot on deep! canal with
on East River Road. Call owner dock in Laurel Villa, for com- 4881432. the right price, your future

Ray Llndke 924-7593, or parable or larger home In Ven- home it now available It hat

*rite P. O. Box 122, Sarasota. ice area. Phone 488-2464 -Pianos-. Everett HIATING p 2 bdrmi, 2 full title baths
Stelnway Knabe
BEAUTIFUL LOT In Sorrento George Steck Winter Cable large livingroom, full dining.room. .

Shores. 100x150 ft., Including Rentals Nelson Fayette S. Cable [HOMES_ Alto a large hobby-

boat dock. On paved street, S Bnn. BEAUTY IN VENICE.IHt Hallet & Davis workshop room that could
tJD60 Terms Call Venice !Lew. Option. te, Bar.4HH1.T Musette Players rs/ COOUNO easily be used at a 3rd
fBU02'7< or 4882791. CALL IOU JACOBS Pianola Players bdrm. 2 car carport. One

2 ROOM APARTMENTS, $55 -oran_ CORP block from Trail In S. Venice

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, a month Including utilities, Allen Lowrey Only $11,500 or $12,500 furniihed. .
2 residential No. 14 & 15, 504 Armada Rd., S. S room COMPLETE SELECTION OF 744 Venice Ave E. V.nic., Fla. 488-5359 Z DR HOME .

Block S, Unit 78. 4 Business, apartments $65, 518 Armada REBUILT RECONDITIONEDAND

3.4.29 4 30. Block I Unit 78. Rd., S. Weekly rates also. After FULLY GUARANTEED H. P. HORN

A. Gallo, 337 Gardenia Road II p.m. call 4742569. Specialfor PIANOS AND ORGANS IN REALTOR

Venice Gardens. Ph. 488-3573. yearly tenants-10 per cent I FROM $125

discount April through Septem "Florida's Largest Mu' 3 Co." REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS VENICE GARDENSNewly U.S. 41 and Albee Rd

I1AYSHORE ber. CANNON MUSIC CO. Ph. 488.3785 Days

ESTATES 1301 lit St., wit: '" Ph. 488.5994 Eves
Repainted Iniide and Out. CB Construction -
Highly elevated, choke lot. FOR RENT: NICELY Furnished Opp. Florida Theatre .

105' frontage.. Across itreet 3 R., ceramic tile shower, Open Tours & Frl. til t p.m. Terrazzo Floors, Tile Bath.

from Roberts Bay. Beautiful masonry cottage with oversize Ph. 958-1019 .- COCO PLUMOSA-

'I.w. Reasonable. Phone living room; master bedroom only $10,700 2 LOTS
Modern kitchen -
with twin beds.
8-5047.. Wanted To Buy
and dining area. Plenty of
h closet space. Available April 81.95and up Low Down Payment and Monthly Payments of Only $68, SIDE BY SIDE IN

Lao V NI VENln('""* PBStnimTIAL Bl'RINMH' SITKS.IOTS 15, for 6 to 8 months at $60 per BAND SAW, tilting arbor Including Interest and Principal. Venice Gardens

CALL IOU JACOBS. ."-IMT month. Or will lease for 1 year, bench saw, vibrating BInder,
for season from Jan. 15 to jointer other woodworking COLD HARDY $1,350.00 each
EAST GATE. Choice lots min or tools. 488-1680 CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor
,
15 1965.
18 April 15 or May very
feet Leroy -
wide. See or call Make reservationnow FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT I

"*Bedford Real Estate., Assoe.306 Chips W. Venice John reasonable.before going north. Shownby Help Wanted 3RANCH OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488-1695 Martin S. Stancik I :

Avl 4882241. appointment by owner, Mr. I 474-2413 474.3223
Phone 488-3609. REALTOR '
Nickell, 3rd door west of Noko ATTRACTIVE LOCAL can i 1 I' or i

FOR QUICK SALE J Lots mi. Fire Station, south side vailing program for Early 306 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 488-2241 Venice 488.5443 tl tlI
HOxlOO, South Venice. Owner. Pavonta Road Nokomis. Phone Wynn Lanes. Call\ 488.2295 for ''i
interview with Mr Fry*, I I
Phone 488-4708, ,,. "S 48 -lW or your local realtor.



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IHURSD'AY, APRIL'\: t. Mi54
THE GONDOLIER -
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,'n.mnw l mmmn .nsann.wwewr..n.n.w-r1 3 Way Tie I Gulf Little Leaguers Set


Ilr' GOLFINGwith Venice East


BOWLING! : 4 4l Golf TourneyCharles I For 1964 Season OPener


- .
CARL ROHMANN
,, -.. -- --q II.od PRO-MANAGER Rickard, E. S. (Bill) The 19M Gull Little League president of the league and Saturday at the municipal s8k

Raymond and N. Merrill tied here now player agent will l serve letic field, beginning at | .
41 officiallyopen p m,
: 5 LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB for first place in the first an- season of ceremonies when Venice-Nokomia
88f. En.lrolod 110010" a r.on and .I parade, a* master Bank
with
Early Wynn Lanes N uoe', I" 60. 612. b.. .. 1'1... 88. 2111. "H'.I.?. ...HH........... ..1 ... : nual Venice East blind bogey tomorrow night a .xhibition meets Osprey Recreation
Bill Philips, Ford Leaiu Or" STATE CHAMPIONS: ? COUID "beauty" contest Softball parade At 7 P.M. The
BE
held
IAD P.... Jhr lI<..u.... Pen,a, B.ll.rJ. Teiaro 104 and <78. golf tournament Sundayat aid regular little lea 5 p.m game will feature Nokomis .
Aurhor OIL Z45-M. ((UK) ('It, GolfCluk. Dale Comm Paintni By 0.... 210. Last Friday four young golfers representing Venice High Quad City The parade will start from Lions against
1012 Ar.rr.ur Oil 'MB. bundle! and 201 for Mi: NII&' Burdin.. Bon' School played the Bradenton Country Club layout in 311 gue game between Venice Venice
Anchor till,I He.81. The D..kb"uOO\o 77- .. A win be held this Rotary at Elks.
"' irlalr" III PainMyakka a. Gum. 013snd playoff Lions and Venice
*.: Baa? War ('k.' ,.,.. 'a-MS' \\ ... 2a.0. Slanhow", 01..0'. lI.h..,. strokes to finish second in a field of 16 schools and therefore
weekend to determine the first athletic field Senior division
Early W,.* laMle. 1 Kr... t the municipal activity will
ltAiiatm 8803.: H.'r'" Slnblr. ea',4o1 sod qualified for the State Tournament at Winter Haven One shot
,n"! Shock. 204. MO' IM' 00John P.In41ns fly Uomm. 78'.7'. three places. The winner will south of the Municipal Trailer Little League start Saturday at 1 pm. ,.
the first two teams and with
separated talking the boys Sat-
Htwuworlh 22..171. Earl tdgt: II.h..1
E.I Wynn 4.1e. KIRh receive $50 gift certificate, Osprey when the team
111. too 116.B.fth' Llods rood 184 .od 161. M.. I'.woro. urday all four of them, Bill Johnson, Martin Satava, Danny a Park. repra.
Draperiea .04 r.bn.- the runnerup a $35 gift certificate Taking part in the opening Officers renting that community
204 .od 641. hosts
Hedr "-.. Hi ..., Krye .w, t.hoe Kiehl and David Bowles, agreed that four penalty shots cost and the third place finisher ceremonies and serving as, one First National Bank of Venict
IM.I Shoo Ina.. MM and U7a. Standtint them first place.Regardless .
( .60.. Inc 60-ZT Enrlrwood Bunk a $15 gift certificate.The of the judges In the "beauty"contest Officers and directors of It will open on the local scent
..-... and Hrlltoe.'. How of Poniiwra, Lanes they should be prou4 young men, as this Is fiel41 will be Paul Waner, one Gulf Little League are as i when Ki warns and Venice
u,4s.Moody. the first time in the history of Venice, representative team tournament drew a
I........ Blood Cell. Fae.Powder .. of $250 of baseball's greatest hitters follows: Shopping Center meet at 7:30p
Puff Ueaulr Satan ItU Elm. 4.4., ,.. has ever come close to such a fine showing and member of the Hall of president .m.
.,, 8imcci.il Motel lit Horence, Hood.rni=EU, : :C Tom _n: 0.p.rlor The rounds of 71 by Johnson and 75 by Satava were the a Harvey Rohlwlng
......,. 6.....' Motel 411 1. 3,. Klank ; Oaorire Devlinlievlln. / : two low scores and will also qualify them for medalist Fame. ; The Rev David Bow In the senior division, Sar .
competItion
t WIII-D.-Inn. (44 fcuncoa Motel 7Jo1 '. G........ t'l. Hood. Dalrv. HID He will join City Council- lea and Dick Seeley, vice Iota Federal and First
and 1(11 65',. .. in the ltate.Congr8tulationl National
Bunding: WIII.Do.lnn 2.* Book of the week. Thelmafre. Team Celli and Dor- -
44<. : Suncoul' Motel ....,. and Gulf .. and Wendell Lea. Siandlnn: Dev to all of boys Win or lose at Winter Snooper woman Blanche presidents; Edward W. Bank will meet Tuesday tt4pm
7 Yk.nd. Marine. So'',.46>'.,. I IIn'.. a'.18. Superior Heating, Ilk- you othy Gaynor, woman's editorof Jones secretary LarryJones ., and Osprey .
South Florid temtrurtlnn Mile. 10''j Hood. Dairy. 11-21 Haven, you have started an era of championship junior golf The GONDOLIER as a judgeIn ) goer ?
DIM Tracy. 184 and 468 IM Tracy 205nd Places ThirdThe treasurer: Larry against Kiwanis at 8:30:
Servian' nob Non .Bond. Auto which the boys coming up will have to work very hard to contest featuring adult p.m.
the
214 for >8' Avenue Apparel all
.nd. 24I. Sundlnn, The Paint, M..... r'N. 2l4-47 Radford (on.tntetlon, retain, end which the State of Florida is going to have to members of Venice Rotary and Rhodes, Gene' Helser Char Both games will be hereoThurlday'
1081 Bind. Alto Po.... .1107 fewktr lie Richard O. La.
Bullrr .
Avenue
Wi-40't Apparel 71-41 and action
reckon with for years to come of in will hazy
.
Cap Haae Mater. 71-46 of the week Hob Harn Larry John Spear Fishing Team Venice Lions as they pass
Albert C. Gerdon Jr.
I mm. 228..00.< Standinn' : Culllinn Soft in all fiasse, Ve-No Bank meeting Florida
the Venice Grouper Snooper all decked out
Strunlinr 80.1. frl. '" review
Bernelatlomln .
n. 15-17. Venire Lumber Co. and Hartman J.
Norwood Koofln( 167 NltaNorwood. Call Coo.. Development 10-12: Mayer Skin and Scuba Diving Club their feminine "finery." Clyde Bristol Power & Light at S p.m. in i
Mil Wood ByiMn.. MI: M.I .n.tructlon" 2K-24 Jacobs-Porter Sarasota 11 13 announcementof Pete) Peterson, C. A. Reit junior division game and First
._ competed last Sunday with Following the
Wood ". Ill and I4M Standinn: .. _
.h Bavarian Bill\ Knott Henry
Tavern Orova er, James Mrs National Bank
.. vs Venice
,. .
Mol categories -
Wood II.' 12.16. Norwood BaH Bar at HaroM Johnson Gulf- other Florida teams at Home the winners in various
0 M Action TV .. 5.... 'II. teams Sourbeer, Rohlwinj, Rev Shopping Center at 6:30:
Eds..44031rd..I. Inraranre 11MJIb, Gulr-on-Bay 1006: C.r.Iln.i Shuffle VictorsThe stead and came in with a third the two adult p.m.

Bradlsan. Venlae Shopplnz' .enter. 1"4gm : Black Harold Label Johnaon 2M1. gta.ndln Bowler :of Hap.rland theerk Indians 0 place victory will take the field for an abbreviated erend Bowles, Sreler. E. In the senior division
Jones and L. Jones direc
Mayletan Land-o-Sun. t42 ClaraVio ,
,
10.12 softball
Apia. loot and 1511. BlandlnniG4O .: Oulf-ea-Bay. 17-11 BAB team of Bettv Jacobs of The club feels that It was a game. tors. -

Metal.. 742: Chn-N4. Apia. "rald.eir1Ceun 11........ Yaraw. Massachusetts and Bert Porterof remarkable victory since the Members of the teams in the
... Sarasota combined the no-
1 and kt Marhln M then be Introduced GO GO
pMawnie will
Rlalnrk division !
:::J-l7'l't ln.iiranr III: Adelaide Mueller junior
M2 Flnt Federal. Savlnn 6 Loan New Jersey defeated Lindy hit pitching of John Beatty and Grouper Snoopers organizedonly to ceremonies ----------- G (

) Frank Woodruff. ttt .nd MP.2MO. Bowler, of tha week. Adelaide Lindblom and Dick Fox of Venice the wildness of five Venice since last October was the prior the Municipal Trailer Park
IU" ; Sauarei. H7 and (117 StaodinnCrawjmeo : official openingof
1I4I; 101........ 10-26, andkufnani. Mu.lIoe Yaner" I.eora Standinn Jilunon: Flnt and Federal. Barbara to.Inn Sl-4, Friday to win the biweekly pitchers to defeat the Indians, only team that had never before heralding the The Invocationwill auditorium at 7 p.m., with
the season.
'
2647.a..1..1d Falilaff MI.! .. 1 Loan. 7-40 : Fnrlewood Nu.... game of pet-luck at the 11-0 Tuesday in a White Sands competed in a tournament The Rev. Mel- Venice Junior High School's! wan.,..
-- Judy .... be given by
75'-40'a Artl.Ua Beauty Salon, Shuffleboard Club. The team composed of
Embury: Willow Lane Court. 171 and 71 ', 44 Venice Conference game played at of LakesideLuthl'rln band leading the march. The
ten, Uraoe indwell, bran Clip 81. 117 .. a Dr Douglas Williamson actIng vin Meyer, pastor
....
A .rlra. Rwflns of En.I. There were 28 entries in the Payne Park Church and following regular' little league will get

___.. ._ ._ __ __ ._ I John III..Berlin.. Endewaod Keaaer Auto Soothes Service. 224.: e"Far.!: event. The Sailors poured five runs as captain, Don Weekes the playing of the national under way at approximately 8
;-" Key Arenry Ina. 10f t-2l". Howlera of across the plate in the first and Robin Johnson dove for anthem Mrs Celli will throw
YOUKCAR the week: Earl 3)):... and Bill Kerr four' hours in eight foot seas p.m.Osprey
.oUon, e... H.. .od A'n.1r40Rmfn. inning and added four more the opening pitch. Serving as will observe its
.. Sim:. Key A....... 11.20. Power Squadron in the second Singletons were under extremely trying con her catcher will be Guy Cur- opening Saturday at 1 p.m. =f f

1 f M.nyo.C.wf1d..rn...... N.ro..2D-24. Bill Htulrfa a... tallied in the third and fourth ditions. wood, and at the plate will be when the Merchants hOlt Flor- fj
T.yliri Hardware. 217 : Jim Cobb, Part- frames and the game was halt. One of the members Robin Waner. ida Power it Light Other 'Jun-

I I .r,die.I'Ihop.'Barber. 101"182"Chop 6M .Bowler Partrldve of Barber tha. Meets TuesdayConference ed after 4 t,2 Innings because of Johnson was temporarily disabled C. A. (Chuck) Reiter past lor division action will be here :.. ---=-

-by- week Fred F.1rHrk..nd Jim Col*. the 10-run rule by a Portuguese mangy
\ StIndln.., Wuhlnr. Well. 11.171 Hood.' the but he recoveredand .- .
Bill Phillips ).,,1. 14-1 : Venetian, Carter and reports from The nearest thing to a hit war, quickly -I "
,I Surd Manufacturing" "o.. 10-22. Lakeland District 22 meetingwill off Beatty came in the fourth contributed his share to I I 4

d I Pet Venlre-v.knml.Slark' F>/r t Bank, IM:Cay.1'1.....and 1'..Dolls.... be given at the general when Ray Joelson, lined out to the victory. CB Radio Club Elects Way A rM' rR1 rM\

F.rle'.. HI. Tom Ryan Klwanl., 224. meeting of Venice Power centerfield Terry Barton. First and second place were
Are you a good driver? a.a. Farley; Funeral Home, 1011.1979. Squadron Tuesday at 8 p.m. at taken by two teams from Jupiter William P. Way has been raising the membership to 47 R SCHOOLING RACINGA
I,, Check your answers to these Bowler of the week: ftUda-e Power I 7 P.M.s .
questions: The force of .nd J.ann Stafford. Btand.no. Hendk Tarpon Center Yacht Club. Health insurance benefits Fla. Other members makIng elected first president of the in three months.
impact ?' '. Coo.toot km. ll'' rfU' Plc.n-Pay out in 1963 the April 10-18
paid averaged an trip to Homestead were newly organized Venice Area The club meets the first Mon
varies with the distance ,. be
directly no' 2-20; Klwanla Club and Fabit' The general meeting will I I
it takes a car to stop Blue Ribbon 1111.Hoo. estimated $21.3 million a day. Betty Steffens club secretary, Citizens Band Radio Club. day of the month In the First 0 FREE! FREE!
after it hits something? On e>.' ',,. VI Pitman. Ann K' preceded by an executive com In 19S3 benefits averaged $6.7 and John Retty, club treasur- Other officers elected at the Federal Savings & Loan Assn
Rauty l-hop 187: Lit rwliher. H..h't 1 CLOSED SUNDAY
crowned curves, a car in the Tran.portation ftni : Ann K Beauty mittee meeting at 7 p.m. million daily. era first annual meeting Monday community room at Venice.

outside lane tends to hold the Shop, 711: Bell Hardware.. 102S Bowl. night are Mrs Nancy Priest, REGULAR SEASON
era of the week, Joan Went and I.I.Swl.her K
road better than the one in the I..ndlo"10.1( 2nd Halfl vice president; Al Young secretary Outboard Sets OPENS TUESDAYN

inside lane If your vacuum VMmmer./.. : Heal I..Eitate'. 15'j.: ...Connal. ; Thomas Vinmg, treas- p
(; SC, : W. Auto So. >2 Myakka Boat EventThe APRIL 21
type windshield wipers slow Playoff for Irarue rhamplon.hlp user; John W Yandls Elmer

down as you go up a hill they held; Hardware thl.I week. bMweea Wlmmert lIIo.4: I Derby> and Charles E. Harmon, Venlte-Nokomis Area N NIGHTLY 8:10E :
Bell
will start again if you lift your Thuraday M>ht \II... BarbaraYanrer directors. Outboard Club will have MATINEES
foot off the accelerator? First Koyale Cabinet, 17K-457 'l.arr] Roland Wendt president of cruise! on the Myakka L

question answer No, second Johnnn ry Yarier, Myakka. Royal..E Cabinet' / ,...6(0 Ill Myak H.r the Manasota CB Club, was Sunday All participants 2:00: P.M.

:No and third \ts.In ka LnlerpUe.:: 6.2842. Howler at thl guest speaker at the Monday asked to meet at Sarasota Federal aJ C Wednesday, Friday and
State 1 Is week. Per Kunkle and H.rrr Y...-, & Loan Assn. at 9.a t L SaturdayU
New York a law Standinn: Royal.. Cab'net.. 71'.... meeting He discussed! radio Savings
being considered to require installation Mtakka. FnterprlMa, 68471 FichesEl. communications, laws and .m. After traveling kv 5400-REPAVEO

of defrosters and Carlmia...,;. t.S'j'Black.M'',.Label Scratch (Mr.ley equipment. Twenty-three new to Plamore, boats will ( B BRADENTON ROAD

windshield wipers! on rear windows I Wolf Radford Conitnietinn, '. 2I member were introduced, launched for the cruise.
of all\ cars Glen Quaint. Lee' Outdoor 101. Tha
M.n's Shop 1011 Rarlford Crmatruction,
See a wreck? The first thingyou II 2711 Bowlera of: the week. Bryan
should do is be sure' that Walmiley and Bob M, .. Uundlnn
Weal Auto Service; 62-18 P,..,ta.*l I
others traffic is warned. Direct .
.In'I.. and Lea Outdoor. KMO N rkomla '
traffic during the day or put Pharmacy> 45':41'1' .
out flares at dusk r-nd at night F.l.t.fl Farly Bird Loi BoltonPur : : _
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Have driven the Falcon 1
you new to lo.'ooM : hick T.yl.r C 4F1n'Ore
for 1964' It's amazing luxury : tlel, Thrill. Pure Oil :
Fill. Auto gen"*. MO: I....1 ( .
at economy prices. It's 7155. B< .,len of the wink. 0...* '
sleek beauty wrth an extra Irv .od Ahco ('ol.n.n. 0...),ny
Oil' bcymour M">l-. I nncS< 'in at M
power engine that's lust plain w.rhAwnnn, S-2.. ,(...v 1. V, I
fun to drive. Stop bv this weekat Ice Goo ('o.. 11'.25'_ '? Jim, Wriihk
BILL PHILLIPS FORD Fhlrt.lu. SOIOBlalark .
In..r.o.1111I.) RockevllleEvelyn.
here in Venice and take a '. Fabrlca. 218.S21 Rawle.' Iv.Onea 4
demonstration drive in the M2 : Lemon Bay Lumber Co B r'rtlu.4Jtuif, 61 5 t w
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2'M Bowler of the .k Jarkia Fan
Falcon. You'1like\ the car nine and HarrMU Hendrii MundinnDincaa
and you'll like the way we do Chevrolet. 10-44 : "01(,,', On. 2 Bedroom Bath, Florida Room, All T.rr ne
Hair Martlnlllng 7544, Luatomlin (Gondolier photo: .br ft* ObeMlorf SACRIFICE I I
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business. i Hmea, U'-SOi,. Floors, Awning
Remember all 14 cars CHAMPIONS ALL Winners and runners- McPherron, champion; Charlene Rule, meda 1000 SO. FT. OF LIVING AREA!

have crankcase ventilating derices I Sunspots l look ;dark; only by up in carious divisions of the annual championship list and championship runner-up; Leila Harman UND.R.. Cement Block Horn

Be lure to have yours comparison with the more lum tournament staged by the Lake Ven en, first flight winner; Mary Veach,

checked at least each 5000 I inous surface about them. They ice Women's Golf Assn are shown here following first flight runner-up; Regina Buford championship $11 000.00 828 Roberts St. Golden Beach Section

rniles. actually have a temperature of the presentation of awards. From left, consolation winner, Ph. 488-1330 or 488-6371

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Insurance Firm Phone
CompanyHas

Rto +y Adds To StaffThe l

Problems
sales staff of the WilliamP.
Toole real estate brokeragehas
been Increased with the In Africa TooTwo
addition of two new members. ,
/ They are Mrs Rena Cobb of attempts to install a )
pI Nokomis and Joseph P.. Sweeof limited telephone service in
Venice Gardens. Kenya, East Central Africa,
_
Rena who is well known have been abandoned after the
throughout the area as the wife elephants knocked down the _'+ae J Js
I (
of Jim Cobb, postmaster of the poles and the natives stole the'

_______ Nokomis pqst office, has made copper wire, George Hott,
her home here for the past 11 Cornwell on the Gulf told
years. She is a member of the members of the Venice-Noko.ml .

t.a Eastern Star and the motherof Rotary Club Thursdaynoon. i dgtt
three children, Sandy 13, rT
Martha 11, and Jimmie 14. Speaking at the weekly meet- a 1 '- 1

W Swee came here with his ing of the club in Early Wynn
wife in October from Cleveland Steak House, Hott explainedthat
Ohio, where he had been copper wire Is a valuable
r vice-president of the Lloyd commodity in that African re
4 Dutcher brokerage of Cleveland gion The women use it to
and Ft. Lauderdale. He fashion all sorts of trinkets
has been in the real estate from the wire, most of them ,
business for nearly 30 years for personal adornment. (eeeo/e/ pride be ara -.0 ::1
and is a member of the Cleve- Another peculiar characteristic ADD ONE ELEPHANT to the combinationof 10,000 copies of the new book were deliveredto
land Real Estate Board. of Kenya is the fact that beauty and the beach and you have a the VACC over the weekend by Sunshine
!_ r For the past 10 years the women of any standing always recipe that spells "circus" in anybody's language Press who was awarded the contract for publication
Swees have vacationed in Florida have their legs wrapped, he That was the solution arrived at by of the guide by chamber directors.
on both the east and west the advertising and publicity committee of Looking over one of the first copies off the

tOondolln photo by gun Dillon) coasts. Their decision to "re.Urn" said.Describing his recent hunting the Venice Area Chamber of Commerce fora press is C. A. (Nick) Keller, center, VACC
IvOT A BIT AWED by "Margaret'i monster" .ter.." keeper in this area was influenced safari in Rhodesia and Kenya, cover on the 1964 Visitor's Guide which executive director, flanked by Sunshine Press
explains how it work,. In
these kindergarten youngsters from the chaperoned the in part by the fact that Hott showed a number of color would depict the Venice area as the winter officials Russell E. Wolfe, left and RobertW.
are School who group by Mrs. James Dunaway, Mr. Swee's sister and brother. home of Ringling Bros and Barn urn &: Bai Van Pelt.
Day toured slides of rhinocersts
The elephants
sbyterian:! were Cindy Clapp, Scott Wmsett Keith '
Ack- in-law
Mr.
and Mrs Ie .
1 Harry "Greatest Show on Earth. First of
recently. The
and
GoNDOLIER preschoolers other wild animals in
erman, Janice Matthew., John Ryan, Betsy Geib, make their home here.
,rood round the Klischograph engraving Smith, Fred Strammer, Jeff Boone, Larry The decision was also influ- their native habitat.In .
which makes the picture for the the business part of the
echine, Budner Kevin Ball and Beth Dunaway. enced by their love of this
paper u Mr. Margaret Curwood, the "mon- community.Joe meeting, President Geeorge H.

pointed out that he really Wheeler Jr., announced the an.
did have some intentions of nual "Ladies ball game" be-

r N P C Club Notes I Venice retiring,Gardens but once home settled felt in the he Lions tween Club members and the of V-N the Rotary Venice

Club
had to be active again. I would, be held the eveningof ,'if
April 10
He is a member of Ellsworth
By MARGUERITE PETERSON Lodge 503, Masonic Order anda

Tin 0" f "Doe" Henriksen Moran, Abnms, Gaul and filled with entertainment for charter member of the Variety
.nounced the annual fund- Commander Frank Rodman all age groups. Post 313, American Legion.
sung, chicken barbecue spontd were elected delegates to the He served in the Marine Corps
Prizes will be awarded in the
by the Volunteer Fire De- forthcoming District, Department during World War I and was
costume contest for the
,rtnwnt and Auxiliary will bed and National Conventions man stationed for a time at Guantanamo r t1 rsaw.wr.ar

May 23 on the Recreation being held in Venice, Orlando their and woman Gay Nineties best finery.dressed The in Bay, Cuba.

wndi at the Community and Chicago : Men's Quartet will sing old-

.nltr.The committees are working Special guests attending the fashioned melodies and the CAP Staff Car
Mr newly formed Kitchen Band
meeting were Harry Schaf.
,,rd to make this the biggestd
fen, department junior vice- will provide some Interesting
.,-4 best u always barbecue delicious yet. The and commander; Mr. Arthur Jones, music for this affair. Sports New CoatThe

district commander and Mr. You must be on good
your
of it and our new resist
enty
will be able to join in the John Rogers, department inspector behavior since there will be a ]1954 station wagon donated
*thu There will bed from Port Charlotte. jailhouse, jailor and a policeman to Venice Civil Air Patrolfor
year.home-made Both Mr. Schaffer and Mr. on hand and all fines will use in ground disaster and 1
pies
prizes fT
Rogers spoke at the meeting be donated to the Cancer Fund.0 rescue work has a new coat.
id cabs as well as many sur-
bringing out many interesting Several of the 42 cadet mem
for
the af
being planned
nwi. points on the subject of Veterans To make your reservationsfor bers readied the car for paint. THE BEST WAY
.r .
benefits ing last week and with the assistance
the bus to Busch Gardens
You will be hearing more a. trip TO GET THINGS COMING
of Anderson Automotive
if time approaches so in the New members inducted into on May 11 be sure and YOUR WAY IS TO SOAFTER.THEM
fantime, look forward to it membership were Fred Dietz. call Mrs John Boyle, 428-1522 ice ,Aircraft The Paint Paint Mart Corp.and Ven-the PUTTING A SMILE IN YOUR HELLO

id make Fire your Department plans to attend needs Howard man, Harry J. Metz.C. Marrs and or on contact or before any April of the 11 following: Ruth I group's mobile staff car is now I If you're after financial security, General Telephone offers many programs

e Hanselman, Wilfred Lessard, an aircraft blue. we can help you find it that can improve the telephone image of
xir support.a Many Veterans in this area Lynn Seaman, Hazel Keislmg, Citizen band and Channel 3 through Insurance. Let us arrange
will be interested to know that Fred Niestoeckel or John Boy. (military channel) radios are the complete coverage your company. rj These programs are designed
World War I Veterans
Barckt2743
: met last Mr. Al Gall who resides at 323 le According to the large num.ber being Installed also The group you need in Fire, Theft, Auto to promote good telephone usage.
Thursday
Pontiac Lane in North Port of reservations already which also has 20 senior members and Personal Liability Insurance A regular staff of trained employee is
teases: at the Community
Charlotte has been named ser made for the trip, it will be has a squadron plane available to help
roper In their monthly meet. your employees presentthe GENERAL mTELEPHONE
vice officer for the veterans necessary to have several which is used daily, weather
and will be glad to help you busses. This is an opportunityto permitting, for a sundown pa. best voice of your business every time
Buddies Garvey, Schmelke, trol over the Gulf to look for phone .. .
properly make out your ser spend the day In beautiful ht a your rings at no cost. Improve
vice claims without charge. His Busch Gardens In Tampa.Mr seacraft In distress. the telephone image of your company. e

''YourWiftr phone number-0-is 426-1661. Carl Meyer, president of Yemen is a Nebraska-size Call our Business Office today for com d.-.s.-,
the civic association .
announced plete details.
nation of five million inhabi.
Problems The North Port Charlotte
Mr. William Stuart, Sarasota tants.
A* Near Civic Assn. "Gay Nineties" County tax assessor will
picnic should prove a real be the guest speaker at the I
""Fun Day" for all the residents ). OFFICERS I
;Af'Your'' next civic meeting on Wednesday ;
of this city. April 22 fit 7:30: p.m. Mr. FIRST QUARTER

iVlephonfSERViSOFT Coffee will be furnished Stuart will talk to the groupon OF CONDITION CEORGEE.YOUNGBERGSR
gratis by the association, so the new referendum comingup STATEMENT Chairmen of thf Board
pack a picnic basket and come before the voters in May. March 31 1964
I on out at noon time and joinin The board of directors will WILLIAM C. PAYNE
the festivities in the Recre- hold a committee meeting next Assets President
ation Area of the Community Thursday morning, Anril IS/ at I

Center. The afternoon will be 10 at the Community Center 31 1961 MARCH\ 31, 1963 MERLE L. GRASER
MARCH\ ,
-0- Cash on Hand and Due From Banks $ 596,882.17 1241279.58 Viet Prei. and Cashier
The city commissioners of $ 223374.38
U. S. Government Securities 1341274.25
---- I;. N. WIMMERS
North Port Charlotte will meet Other Securities (Federal Agencies) 850,000.68 .0.
next Mondav evening, April 13 15000.00 is.000.00 Van President
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
at 7 at the Community Center. 238,374.38
-e- Total Securities $2,206,274.93 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
WILLIAM P. TOOLE Loans and Discounts 2,315,386.89. -
The Community Sing Is heldon
Bank Premises Owned $ 137,527.57 GEORGE E. YOUNGBERG
Regittered Real Estate Bro ., Tuesday evenings, at 7:30: at 174133.43 SR. r
the Community Center. Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment 77789.13!) 45,431.03 Chairman; of the Board
Total Fixed Assets 182,958.60
-- $ 251.922.56 it
operating The Democrat Club of North Accruals and Other Assets 66'.889'.96 8543.59 E. G. (DAN) BOONE

THE GULF REALTY Port Charlotte will meet next Total Assets $5,137,356.51 1671156.15 Boone, 1I.ozmsplwrdmg

216 Tamiami Trail S, Venice Wednesday evening at 7.30: at Attorney fIN Bank
the center Liabilities

wishes to announce -o- DR. GEORGE H. BOYD, JR.
The Boat Club will hold their i
$
the association of meeting on Thursday, April 16 Demand Deposits $2,613,843.48 J Ngg.69 PhysicianTime

at 7.30) at the Center Deposits 2187275.87
: Community ;--- ROBERT HAMILTON
MRS. RENA COBB Total Deposits : $1,079,608.99 J.
---- $4,801,119.85
Real Estate Saleswoman ...0- Accruals and Other Liabilities 65,251.10 1177.29 Errs, Hamilton Homes, 1 11&.

The New England Club will Total Liabilities $1,080,786.23
WILLIAM
andJOSEPH $4,866,370.45 G. LOEFFLER
meet on Friday, April 17 at 2
P. SWEE p.m. at the Community Center Capital FundsCapital Controller (Retired)

Real Estate Salesman ...0- Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Members of the Jim Gardner $ 300,000.00 $ 300,000.00 D. C.
Washington
Club will
covered dish supper at 6 at Surplus ...
------ -- 70,986.06 90,369.87 WILLIAM C. PAYNE
the Community Center. The Undivided Profits
regular business meeting will Total Capital Funds _____._ $ 570986.06 $ 590,36987 President of the Bank

be held at 7.30: Total Liabilities and Capital Funds $5,437,356.51; 1671156.15 EARL N. P. RAWLES


U. S. Government and other securities carried as of March 31, 1964, at! Ovner, Rootlet Funeral Home

Fjd1 7a4te (41t e S alralf $1,596,496.52 were pledged to secure U. S. Government and other public HARVEY G. ROHLWING

deposits, and for other purposes required or permitted by law. General Building Contractor
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Big Gets Fish Big Haul Cash Simulator Cars ( 1964 Gulf Little League Schedules I LITTLE SPONSORSNORWOOD LEAGUE


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Train DriversA
Commercial: fishing fleet off JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR DIVISION &
ROOFING SHEET
Florida coasts brought In a METAL
183 million pound catch of salt Fri, April 10: Venice Lions-Venice Rotary, 8:00: at Venice. Saturday, April 111 lat Natlonal-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey 221 Seaboard Ave
water potent new weapon in theo Sat April 111 MerchFla P&L 1:00 at Kiwania-VSC, 7:SO at Venice. X561BOWDEN'S
fish worth $26 million fight for traffic safety has been : Osprey Osprey
last year and that's a lot unveiled by the State Depart- Bank-Osprey Ree, 3:00: at Venice Tuesday, April 14: Sap Fed.-1st Nat., 4:00: at Venice. FOODWAY
of fish ment of Education in Tallahassee Nokomis Lions.Elks, 0:00: at Venice. Osprey-Kiwanlf, 11:30: at Venice 230 S. Trail 48J-I78
"The volume of the FlorIda Leading legislators. Thur' April 16: Bank-Fla. F&L I:OQ at Venice Thursday, April 18: let Nat.-VSC, 11:30: at Venice ,

catch was approximately the safety officials and insurance Fri, April IT: Osprey MerchOprey Rec, 0:00: at Osprey Saturday April 18: VSC-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey. BABFS PLUMBING CO.
lame as the previous year but representative were on handto Venice Lions-Elks, 8:00: at Venice Kiwanls-Sara Fed., 3:00 at Venice Nokomis
the value dropped about IS per help kick the program off. Nokomis Lions-Venice Rotary, 8:00,: at Venice 4:00 at Venice. 4t8.240jDeSEAR'S
cent," the Florida State Chamber Tueaday, April 21 t VSC-lst Nat. :
of Commerce reports The new weapon was aa in- Sat., April 11: Osprey Rec.-Nokomis Lions, 1:00: at Osprey. Osprey-Sara. Fed., 11:30: at Venice.
:;
"The catch of food fin fish creased emphasis on the use Elks.Bank, 1:00: at Venice. Thursday, April 23: let Nat;Klwanls, 11:30: at Venice Venice Snooping Center ttMty
of simulator cart' and multi P&L Venlce Lions 11:00 at Venice. )
Fla
.
last to 85 million : .
year cam car driving range in driver Saturday, April 25: Kiwanis Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey.
Venice Merch 8:00 at Venice. VENICEUPHOLSTERY
pounds up a fraction from education instruction in Flor Rotary-Osprey : Sara. Fed.-VSC, '7:30 at Venice
,,1 j 1962. Menhaden and other non- ida's public schools State Department Thur., April 23: Osprey Rec,-Venice Lions, 5:00: at Venice. Tuesday, April 28.: VSC-Kiwanis, 4:00: at Venice & DRAPERY SHOP
-:- food fish used for oils and fertilizers of Education Superintendent TeL, April 24: Elks.Osprey Merch, 5:00: at Osprey Osprey-lst Nat., 11:30: it Venice
totaled 30 million Thomas D Bailey Fla. P&L-Nokomls Lions, 11:00: at Venice Thursday, April 30: 1st Nat.-Sara. Fed., 11:31): at Venice c. Tamiaml Trail 48J.4t4|
pounds, down about 17 percent told the meeting greater emphas'a Venice Rotary.Bank, 11:00: at Venice. Saturday, May 2: Sara. Fed.-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey. BILL PHILLIPS FORD INC.
I will be placed on the Sat., April 23: Bank-Osprey Merch, 1:00: at Osprey, Kiwanis-Ist Nat., 3:00: at Venice. ,
r Shrimp amounted: to 39 million i use of simulators to bridge the Venice Rotary.Elks, 1:00: at Venice Tueaday, May S: Sara Fed.-Klwanls, 4:00: at Venice U.S. 41 South 481471;
pounds, up seven per centand gap between classroom and behind Osprey Rec.-Fla. P&L, 3:00: at Venice Osprey-VSC, 8:30: at Venice
:. other types of shell fish, -the-wheel instruction Venice LIons-Nokomts LJons. 3:00 at Venice Thursday, May 7: VSC-Sara Fed., 6:30 at Venice. BEL-BREE DINERS.
i 31 million pounds, up 11 percent This will give great importance Thur. April 30: Ha PtL-Venice Rotary, 1:00: at Venice Saturday, May 9: 1st Nat.-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey. Tamlamt Trail
to "development of character Fri, May: Osprey Merch.-Venice Lions, 5:00: at Osprey, Kiwanis-VSC, 7:30 at Venice
"Florida traditionally ranks traits which will to a Nokomis Lions-Bank, 8:00: at Venice, Tuesday, May 12: Sara. Fed.-1st Nat., 4:00: at Venice. SMITTY'STAVERN
11th among the 50 states in the considerable degree, protect Osprey Rec.-Elks, 8:00: at Venice. Osprey.Klwanls, 8:30 at Venice
& BEEF EATERS
mount of fish brought in and individuals from death, injury Sat., May: Venice Rotary-Osprey Rec, 1:00: at Osprey Thursday, May 14: 1st Nat.-Sara. Fed.. 11:30: at Venice ROOM
third In value of the catch at and economic loss, improve Nokomis Llons-Osprey Merch., 1:00 at Venice Saturday, May 16: VSC-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey Venice Ave. and Tamtam! Trail 488'1%]
the docks. Research projectsand human performance and understanding Elks.Fla. P&L., 8:00: at Venice. Sara Fed..Kiwanis. 3:00: at Venice.
programs conducted by the of the automotive Bank.Venice Lions, 8:00: at Venice Tuesday, May 19: Kiwanis-lst Nat.. 4:00: at Venice BREEZEWAY MARKET
State Board of Conservationare transportation world," Bailey Thur., May 7: Elks.Nokomis Lions S:00 at Venice Osprey-Sara. Fed., 11:31): ) at Venice 121 W. Tampa Ave. 488-2757
helping maintain these positions said. Bailey said the increased Fri., May 8: Osprey Ree,-Bank, 1:00: at Osprey. Thursday, May 21: 1st Nat.-VSC, 8:30 at Venice
In the face of competition emphasis on simulation wouldbe Fla PtlrOsprev Merch, 11:00: at Venice -END FIRST HALF BLITCH'S SHOE SHOP
frnm foreign Imports and brought about by a greatly Venice Rotary.Venice Lions, 1:00: at Venice. Saturday, May 23: Kiwanis-Osprey. 3:00: at Osprey. 209 W. Venice Aw
from overuse of fish producing enlarged simulator training: Sat., May 9: CMorer Merch.-Venice Rotary, 1:00: at Osprey. VSC-Sara Fed, 7:30 at Venice, 48MI
waters course for high school driver B< nk.Elks, 1:00: at Venice. Tuesday, May 28: VSC-KiwanU, 4:00: at Venice. SOUTHERN INSULATION CO.
education teachers. Nokomis Llons-Osprey Rec, 3:00: at Venice. Osprey-lst Nat.. 11:30: at Venice
Courses will be! taught at Venice Lions-Fla P&L, 1:00: at Venice. Thursday, May 28: VSC-lst Nat, 6:30 at Venice S. Seaboard Ave 488-4441
USAF Recruiter Florida State University, University Thur., May 14: Fla P&L-Bank, 5:00: at Venice. Saturday, May 30: Sara Fed.-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey
of Florida Universityof Fri., May IS: Osprey Rec.-Osprey Merch, 5:00: at Osprey. 1st Nat.-Kiwanis, 3:00: at Venice. STANDARD HEATING SERVICEE.
Seeks MusiciansMaster Miami, and Florida A. & M.'Cap' Venice Rotary.NokomU Lions 11:00: at Venice. Tuesday, June 2: Kiwanls-Sara Fed., 4:00: at Venice Venice Ave. 488-4051
Elks-Venice Lions 8:00: at Venice Osprey-VSC 8:30: at Venice
Sergeant Chuck Rl- _END FIRST HALF_ Thursday, June 4: Sara Fed.'VSC, 11:30: at Venice, SPEAR INC.
leT, local Air Force Recruiter, Sat., M'1111: Venice Llons-Osprey Rec., 1:00: at Osprey Saturday, June 6: lat. Nat.-Osprey, 3:00: at Osprey. 251 S. Tainiami Trail 481-132))
has announced that the 1]. S Stevens Nokomis Llons-Fla P&L. 1:00: at Venice. VSC-Klwanis. 7:30 at Venice
Air Force has a continuing Osprey MerchElks, 11:00: at Venice Tuesday, June 9: VSC-Oprer. 3:00: at Osprey W. T. GRANT
need for qualified musiciansfor Bank-Venice Rotary, 8:00: at Venice. Sara. Fed.-1st Nat., 7:30 at Venice.
"Know For Yolttt"
marching bands, symphony HeadsNokomisFirefighters Thur.. Mar 21: Elks-Venice Rotary, 0:00: at Venice Thursday, June 114: Kiwanls-Sara.. Fed., 1:30: at Venice
orchestral and dance bands. Fri., May 23: Flu P&L-Osprey Rec. 5:00: at Osprey Saturday, June 13: 1st Nat-VSC 5:00: at Venice. Rialto Shopping Confer'
''I Proficiency on of the following Osprey MerchBank, 11:00: at Venice Osprev-Klwanls. 7:30 at Venice. DOG & SUDS DRIVE-IN
Instruments el Is required: Nokomis Lions-Venice Lions. 8:00: at Venice Tuesday, June 18: Osorey-Sara, 5:00: at Venice
Clarinet Saxophone Bassoon, Sat., May 23: Elks-Osprey Bee., 1:00: at Osprey Kiwanls-lst Nat., 1:30: at Venice 12$ Rialto S. 488)241)
Oboe, Flute or Piccolo, French Venice Llons-Osprey Merch., 1:00: at Venice Thursday, June 18: VSC-lst Nat., 5:00: at Venice
Horn Comet or Trumpet Baritone NOKOMIS C. N. (Cap) Bank.Nokomis Lions 3:00: at Venice Sara FedKiwanis '7:30: at Venice THE CUE CLUB
or Euphonium, Piano. Stevens has been named new Venice Rotary-Fla. P&L., 5:00 at Venice. Saturday, June 20: Kiwanls-Osorey, 3:00: at Osprey. 1890 S. Trail Venice 4884181
Individuals may audition at president of the Union Volun Thur., May 28: Venice Lions-Bank, 11:00: at Venice, 1st Nat.-Sara. Fed.. 1:30: at Venice.
Patrick Air Force Base Florida teer Fire Department, succeeding Fri., May '28: Osprey Merch;Nokomis Lions. B:00 at Osprey: Tuesday, June 23: Osprev-VSC 5:00: at Venice KWIK CHEK
and those accepted will receive William J. Miller Osprey Rec.-Venice Rotary, 8:00: at Venice 1st Nat..Ktwanls. '7:30: at Venice "Yo", Friendly Start"
a letter of selection to Newly named a director of Fla P&L-Elk 8:00: at Venice. Thursday, June 25: Sara Fed.-VSC, '7:30 at Venice Rialto Center
one of the Air Force Bases located the department at the annual Sat., May 30: Venice Lions-Venice Rotary, 1:00: lit Venice. Saturday, June 27: Sara. Fed -Osprev., 3:00: at Osprey. Shopping
in Alabama Arizona, meeting war Eric G. Erickson. Osprey Merch.-Fla. P&L 1:00: at Osprey Klwanis-VSC. '7:30: at Venice. CITY OF VENICE POLICE DEPARTMENT
California, Colorado, Districtof and directors all Venice. June 30 Venice
Other officers Nokomis Lions-Elks. 8 00 at Tuesday, : Osorev-lst Nat, 5:00: at
Columbia Florida Georgia, re-elected, are George T. Dev Bank-Osnrey F<*., 8:00: at Venice VSC-Sara' Fed, 7:30: at Venice E. Venice Ave 4884711
Idaho, Illinois Louisiana. lin. vice president: Curtis E Thur., June 4: Venice Lions-Elks 1:00: at Venice Each team play a total of 24 games, 6 with each other I
Maine Massachusetts\ Mississippi Dyke, treasurer: William K Fri., June 5: Osnrev Merch..Osprev Rec. 0:00: .t Osprey team on a home and home basis ACTION TV, INC. & ROGER'S TV
Nebraska New Jersey, Boatner, secretary, and Lester B.nk-Fla. P&L. 11:00: at Venice Each half involves a total of 30 scheduled< games. South Trail 488-456" Englewood 474-2537
New Mexico. New York Ohio Mintle director. Nokomis Lions.Venice Rotary. 8:00: at Venice. Changes in the schedule may be made by the managers
South Carolina. Texas Vir The new board of directors Sat., June 8: Onrey RerNokomts Lions, 1:00 at Osprey Involved, provided there is not a conflict: with the Junior NOKOMIS PHARMACY
gifts.Need. renamed Frank C. Ryder chief Flks-Bank 1:00: at Venice. Division schedule Just North of Albee Rd. 488-4522
and Boatner, assistant chief. Fla. P&L-Venlce Lions 3:00: at Venice. Oames will begin promptly ai scheduled and curfews
The active firemen elected William Venice Rotary-Osprey Merch., 0:00: at Venice win be strictly observed. ERNIE'S GARAGE & BODY SHOPE.
rV- J. Miller captain Ray Thur.. June 11: Elks-Osprev Merch. 0:00: at Venice '
Venice Av 8 22ESTIL'S
Jechorek, first lieutenant end Fri., June 12: Osprey Rep.-Venice Lions, 11:00: at Osprey -
Joe Brown second lieutenant Fla. P&L-Nokomis Lions 8:00: at Venice GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
Chief Hyder reported 111 Venice Rotarv.Bank, 11:00: at Venice. NEW & USED CARS
alarms answered by the UVFDIn Sat., June 13: Bank-Osm-ey Merch., 1:00: at Osprey iii! 215 S. Tamiamt Trail 4884541
the past year Venice Rotarv.Elks. 1:00: at Venice Member Chamber of Commerce
Also reported to the memo Mon., Jane 15: Osprey Rec-Fla. P&L. 8:00 at Venice DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE VENICE MILLWORK & SUPPLY, INC
bership was delivery of a new Venice Lions-Nokomis Lions 8:00: at Venice. Venice Army Air Field 488421))
fire engine, along with the Thur.. June 18: Osprey Rae.Elks. 0:00: at Venice Heating and Air Conditioning
start of construction on an addition Fri., June 19: O rev MerrhVenice !Lions 0:00: at Osprey Heating & Air Conditioning/ off of ions BRITTON'S HOUSE OF FURNITURE
the station to
to fire
Fla. P&L-Venlce Rotary 8:00: at Venice
421 S. Tamiam! Trail 84734GULFSHAMROCK
house the new apparatus. Nokomis Lions-Bank. 8:00: at Venice. Gas Ranges Water Heaters
The department was reported Sat.. June 20: Venice Rotary-OTOrey Rec, 1:00: at (Osprey: Free Estimates PLUMBING INC.
still in need of young men Nokomis Llons-Osnrey Merck, 1:00: at Venice No Job Too Big or Too Small ,
628 E. Venice 4884247
Interested in becoming active Mon., June 22: Elks-Fla P&L 3:00: at Venice. 263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 4882271 Ay..
firemen Bank.Venice Lions, 5:00: at Venice.
It was further noted that only VENICE LAND CO.

1.070 Nokomis area residents 128 N. Rialto 488-lfll
have joined the department as -
social members and a reminder CHEVELLE HUSTON RADIO & TV SERVICE
was issued that 15 member by ChevroletIt's 488-341*
tome help down? We 121 W. Miami Ave
ship dues should be paid as
move your furniture from top soon as possible to help the department got ideas about size VENICE OFFICE MACHINES
and
floor to bottom careful meet expenses. young style power
handling throughout. Modern 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-247)

moving equipment eipert It's fun to drive ear with young Idea. Like NcVi the time
service The giant Saturn apace vehicle youTI get the most fun from HEY! CULLIGAN MAN!
help speedy
Chevelle. It's built by Chevrolet, so you get a new Chevelle. And trade
told
which will transport men a great on :your 261 S. Trail 48W537
THINK OF to the Moon has acceleratedthe youthful styling and performance fix the features car. Because springtime Is Trade 'N' Travel l
development of new technology that make Chevrolet so practical to own. Time at your Chevrolet dealer'*. QUAD CITY GULF CLUB
such as a fuel cell withno IU size is appealing-shorter than big ears, Choose from 11 elegant models Including
I moving parts which operates easy to handle and park. Yet there plenty of iniwc'ii U MILL sedans, convertibles, wagons and Super SporU "" Hoi, Golf Doy or Wrfe
at 80% efficiency compared room inside for people and luggage liME But if it gives you young ideas about how best to 107 Venice Earl Blvd. 4184274
III'Iii to the 40%; efficiency; of You can pick about any hill-climbing, aafopasstng enjoy vacation, don't be surprised That just
today power plants Saturn engine performance you like-with another good reason for seeing your Chevrolet! ; LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB
will be launched by the JohnF yliag and interior luxury to match it. 'M_ewssawrsassar dealer now
Kennedy Space Center CARL ROHMANN, PGA Pro-Manager
NASA from the new Merritt rt+ iti tfaKbt Stff Start duff see lie/. Championship Com
Island, Florida siteCompare. 488-3948
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s. Jjfijc**'**".. OUTBOARD CLUB

: i Meeri fat Mom/oy fox Month or I pj .

&gS ft Community Room of Sarasota Federal

: Get the best car rental deal fromELYNOCAR NEWBERRY'S SHOESGulf

( Theater' Bldg. W Venice A<.*

i VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU

i l. S T *!$* 314 W. Venice, Ave. 488-22M
the only difference Is the low price
INC.
i VENICE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

I I Offers you MORE Costs you LESS "Auihoriitd Sales/ and Service";
134
133 W. Venice Ave. 488 82
FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%

Delivery. Credit cards honored WOLFER'S ONE-HOUR MARTINIZINGVenice

i Safety Seat.Belts By the hour, day, Shopping Center

Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month A & W ROOT BEER OF VENICE

312 S. Tamtaml Trail 488-I2IJ

I Drive our New 0 WHITAKER'S KOIN KLEEN

I automatic shift 9 9 Y' It, p" Venice Shopping Center Open 24 Neat<

2.door VALIANTS. $3
''I I ," ."." nejwsaaws VENICE SHOE REPAIR
Also, other fine 251 W. Venice Ave. "UDEVLIN'S 142
CHRYSLER PRODUCTS

I et slightly higher 'rates: rw. -MS per GARAGE

"24 Hour Wrecker Service";
Tamiaml Tr. Nokomis, 48W50TGULF

JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY
I COAST
TO RENT A CAR DIAL 488.1096
I CHECK THE T-II-T DEALS OH CHEVROLET a CH2VELLE/ a CHEVY IX CORVAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT,YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER DEVELOPMENT & BUILDERS, INC.
257 Tamiaml Trail. S. 4814413TAYLOR'S
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GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER


I Venice Shopping Center DUNCAN CHEVROLET Albee Rd. 443.5351

CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER
ROBBY'S SPORTING GOODS
RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
7461511
4517 Manatee Ave W. Br.dentonN

eMBw.Ba Waria1! fastest pawnyi! .ta natal tjtum.aaiBHtam Us.41 and Englewood Road Venice Phone 483-3067 I


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VENICE.NOKOMIS SPONSORS BANK MI7M

"SONltotO County', Old*! hnk"
300 W. Yenfe Av*. 488.2261


VENICE SHOPPING CENTEROn One of the most reliable harbingers of Spring is the opening of .....
n Trail Venice! Little League baseball. For the Venice Nokomis Osprey area It begins

THE MEN'S SHOP tomorrow with the traditional "ladies" game between the adult membersof

"for Tilt Bed /? Men i Clothing"! the Rotary and Lions Clubs of Venice, followed by the regular little

225 W. Venice Av.. 488.1620 league game between the teams sponsored by the two clubs.

Nokomis FARLEY Ave. FUNERAL HOME Preceding the ball games will be a parade from the Municipal

265 88-2291 Trailer Park auditorium to the ball park, and the "beauty" contest where

THE GONDOLIER (Newspaper) the "ladies" vie for the honor of being named prettiest in several categories.

|116| E. Miami Av. 488.5805 The parade starts at 6:45: the beauty contest at 7:00: the "ladies"

WOLFER MOTORS, INC. game at 7:30: and the regular game at 8:00.:

S. Tamiamt Trail 488.6150 Little League has grown so rapidly here that some 300 youths have

RAWLES FUNERAL HOME [joined the ranks and are participating. in senior and Junior divisions and

225 W. Miami Av*. 488-6761 the farm system. There are 13 regular teams, eight in the junior division cTR

and five in the senior group. -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF VENICE

200 Nokomis Av.. 488-6731 The junior division is represented by boys 9 through 12 and the ti I'

DICK AND MEADOWS PHARMACY senior division by those 13 through 15. Those not on a regular junior division r-,1, '

231 W. Vanic Art. 488-6776 team are assigned to the farm system to work their way up to

Vtni'c Medical Canter 488-3985 the "big" teams.

WEST'S AUTO SERVICE Two junior division, one senior division and one farm team repre '

500 E. Venice: Av*. 488-1974 sents Osprey In the Gulf Little League program. The rest are from the

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Yenice-Nokomis area.

"Horn OWlle 305 W. Vnic Av. 488-351 are sponsored by ,

B & W AUTO REPAIR

629 E. VenIce! Av.. 488.3502 I

BOND'S GARAGE AND USED PARTS OPENING GAMETomorrow

300 Seaboard Ava. 488.6550
I
FISHERMAN'S WHARF Night

''Sp<<101i.tt/! ill pint Stafoodi, Steaks and CA/'cie/i" s
Phone 4884311METROPOLITAN

LIFE INSURANCE CO.

Charles/ A. and Char!., J. Reifer
48S-632I 488-4590 /\, t + *

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MYAKKA LANES (Bowling) K 11U
300 S. Tamiaml Tr. 488-6351 Q 43,

WEST COAST REDI-MIX ;
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S. Seaboard Ava. 488.1143488.4611 ,.... .-I I-: \ '''' ) ,- ::.'- 1/
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

2S7 H. Tamiam! Trail 4884106R.

L ANDERSON, INC.
... A_.E. 488.1766 SENIOR DIVISIONSarasota a vi'

ANDERSON ELECTRIC, INC. s i
Bat end Coclrill 488-6794 Venice Shopping Kiwanis First National

Federal Center Bank _-
DUNCAN CHEVROLETUS. PLAYER AGE

.41 Smtfi 488-3067 PLAYER AGE PLAYER AGE Richard Blizzard 15 PLAYER AGE r
Steve Dalton 15
BESTWAY SALES Dan Jams 15 Terrence Brannon 15 Richard Rohlwing 13 Mike Graft 15 r to
John Kruse 15 Jud Curwood 15 Jeff Knuckles 15
Radio and J.Y. Sarvi'ca"; Charles Powell 15 Ron Johnson 15 Gordon Struble 15 Vaughn Miller 15 '
U.s. 41, NotomU 488-4044 Lyle Schafer 15 Pat McDonald 15 Tolley Lemuel BowlciMike D Turner 14 15 Steve Schepp 15 4
Charles Smith 15 Richard Zelgler 15 Jimmy Carney 14 t5
Gerack 14
ROrS SPORTING GOODS Forest Church 14 Ron Jonea 14 Mike JonesDon 14 James Cobb 14 4
Robert Drawdy 14 Jim Kulakowskl 14 Steve Deans 14 } 5 5 i
301 W. Yank A_ 4883510GREEN'S +
WillisRandy 14 ...
James Ham 14 Mickl Lawrence 14 Rodney Edwards 14 I
Jackie Harrison 14 Barry Young n Willis 14 Mike Rich 14 r
GAS
FUEL Richard Au tm 14 Dudley Frady 13 Steve Brown 13 Walter Deans 13
2U S. TamUml Trail 488-2271 Robert Austin 14 Mike BradleyBen 13 Furman Dalton 13 Steve Dunaway 13Maurice ,
i Dalton Steel Jeames McKee 13
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN John Denlson ]: Paul Theen : Larry Bond 13 Bart Panton 13 .
Bruce DeJoy 13 Allen Timmer 13 Howard Maurice 13 Joe Stevenson 13
ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA David Erb 13 Kirk Tlschler 13 Ron Sherman 13 Larry Wolfer 13
601 S. TemUml Trait 488-2233

SARASOTA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND


Seed. Tamtam LOAN! Trail ASSOCIATION 4884701 JUNIOR DIVISION


EARLY WYNN LANESS.

Tamiaml! Trail 488-2295 Venice Rotary Florida Nokomis Lions Venice Lions Venice Elks Vcnice-Nokomls

INTERESTED S.. Power & Light Bank
NAME AGE NAME AGE NAME AGE NAME AGE
H. N. WIMMERS (Real Estate)
221 Miami Ay.. W. 488.5308 Allen Bates 12 NAME AGE Mark Bennett 12 Larry Burris 12 Fred Brown 12 NAME AGE
Joseph Boyenton Lester Gentzler Ralph Breeden 12
Kenny Curry g Dennis Crawford 12 g g James Dick 12
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Gary Higel Richard Llggitt Tommy Pitcock John Hamilton 12
CAMERA SHOP Jack Imhoff 12 Greg Jones 12
VENICE Mike Laps 12 Eric Shaw 12 John Shaver 12 Jeff Stone 12
323 W. Vaniea Ave. 488.2421 Gerald Perlick 12 James Imhoff 12 Dennis Webrand 12 Mike Young 12 William Domka 11 Mike Mark Koenig 12William
12 Lawrence 12
Jeff Bodager 11 Panton Randy Colo 11 Eugene Fowler 11 Jeff Frady 11
VENICE TERRAZZO & CEMENT CO. Mike Hinkley 11 Guy Struble 12 Tim Helser 11 Geoffrey Jones 11 Wayne Johnson 11 Todd David Rose 12
Nolomis 488-1158 Mike Hulibeck 11 J.Paul J. Taylor Valderrama g Ronald Perkins 11 Barry Knott 11 Edmund Kulakowskl 11 : TwlggJeffrey Butler i
William C. Hunter 11 Roy Buckelew 11 Reginald Shaw 11 Robert Sanchez 11 Jeff Sourbeer 11 Donald Carney 11
GULF THEATER & TROPICAL DRIVE-IN James Boyd 10 John Henry 11 Donald Shrode 11 Kenneth White 11 Greg Wlnesette 11 Hugh Conover 11

W. Venice As... Laurel Rd. & Rr. 41 488-2719 Henry Chamberlain 10 Lawrence Jeffrey 11 Wayne Ziegler 11 Charles Wynne 11 Jerry Blackburn 10 Joel Pearson 11 11
John Lenhart 10 Gale Splcer I 11 Randall Britt 10 John Gay 10 Charles Peden 10 Jeff PanderEdward
Richard Karl 10 fanning 10
WEEK'S MACHINE SHOP Charles Miles 10 Anhford Panton 10 Charles Bruin 10 Terry Powell 10 James Robinett 10 Randy Jootkel 10
WarfialJ Ava. 488.5323 James Ringo 10 Mark Ramlow 10 Philip Mitchem 10 Wesley Turner 10 Thomas Smith 10 Robert Pearson 10
James Dalton 9 Joseph Dalton 8 David Moser 10 David Knott 8 Joe Wlnesette 9 David Stulgis 10
VENICE FURNITURE CO., INC.

S. TamiamJ; Trail 488.3425

TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. FARM SYSTEMNAME

213 W. Vanlcf As... 488.4909

GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER AGE NAME AGE NAME AGE NAME AGE NAME AGE NAME AGE
Venice Center 488.1331
Shopping
William Anderson 12 Harold Kaplan 11 Rush Pello 10 Pat Brannon 10 Sam Thompson 0 Lester Powell 8
SMACK MCDONALD RESTAURANT Philip Burge 12 David Stone 11 Robert Laps 10 Gary Gorenflo 10 Allan Gunter 9 Paul Hand II
Bruce ErbClifford 12 Benny Bear 11 Walter Farley 10 Wayne Bell 10 Jerry Burke 9 Henry Zelias II
661 l S. Tamiaml Trail 488-2873 Segerlind 12 Mike Stephens 11 Mike Pfeiffer 10 Mark Deegai 10 Gary Imhoff 9 Robert Logging 8
John Sleaaman 11 Todd Britton 11 James Angel 10 Bobby Freeman 10 John Erickson 9 Jeff Highfield 8
VENICE RADIO STATION WAMR Brian Grlgiby 11 James Conley 11 Richard Barone 10 Kenneth Wlngat 10 David Robinson 9 Gary Ct-passo II
1320 On Your Dial 488-4159 Bill Hamman 11 Mike Dunn 11 Sam Walter 10 David Theen 10 Frank Pelto 9 John Conley 8 4
Bill Burke 11 Charles Hawkins 11 Dustin Stover 10 Pete Privateer 8 Roger James 9 Billy Fann II I
WM. "BILL" BODAGERPAINT John Deegan 11 John DrlscollDavid 10 Steve Ramsey 10 Ed Stevenson 8 Ely Schless 9 William Howe 9 I I
John West 11 Haucke 10 Albert Bundy 10 James Meyer 8 Sandy Herron 9 Eric Maler 9
CONTRACTOR James Halpln 11 Robert Wright 10 Ed Thomas 10 Kenneth Boudreau II Douglas Spicer 9 Mike Kilgort 8 9
RatioWial and Commareial 488.3542 Allan Hill 11 Francis Wilson 10 Bill Towsley 10 James Deans 8 Terry Penner 9 I,
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I Overbrook Gardens News I Venice' cast I

., I'' ".o't'"It.,.,"' '''" .' ... ,j RT. SALLY STUBBS

I Mr. and Mn Bussell have I .' 1 Lt and Mrs H Walker- are sociated with the management

v :: By MIRY E. KROtPVMr I been touring parts of Florida I I "I I visiting the liei tenant's par. I]I of Venice East in its beginning.
Hard After an absence of
with their friend Mr. and cnts, Mr. and Mrs W two years
,
and Mrs George Mayle ly entertained Mrs Jones sister is back
Mr. Ben Kaugarlch of Lo Walker, at their home on Sand George as the viet
ben of 1993 Fairview Dr.. droveto Mrs Richard Weatherly I of Don
who ] president
Tampa Tuesday where Mr. and baby Wendy Gale Weath Angeles and hope to live hereIn hurst Drive Lt. Walker, struction Co. Cordon Con.
the future like Flor. was commanding officer of the developers of the
Mayleben boarded a plane to erly from Lehigh Acres as they j' i
Chardon Ohio to attend the Ida better than they do Call .... ;' 73rd Ordinance Company at new 60 acre section in Venice
-0Edward- East.
r is on a short
fornla Fort Chaffce
funeral of his sister She was
Mrs\ McBride of 'J leave awaiting orders for transfer
of the -0- t
Sister Mary Alphonsia ;
Sisters of Notre Dame and Neptune Drive returned to her Mr. and Mrs William A. .... to Germany His wife will Bridge Scores
home Tuesday from Venice of him and the Senior
Thompson 1301 Overbrook accompany
had been in the Convent for 60years Hospital where she has been Rd.. entertained as recent I: ',. v Walkers are planning to go Rriiln ftt.dl.. M.rrk I'. ,,.
...
IMmrr .
I-H..r id
the past few weeks guests their and Mr east to see them off. ... J. K .ant Mu'*
recuperat. son wife : 2-M Cltr c..l_ and M.., L,
Y.
--0- ing from a serious operation and Mrs William A Thompson f. '- ,. .. 01115.0.. n.

Mr. and Mrs Harold Anderson We are happy to see Mrs McBride Jr and their fouryear-ol L5 ft ... _, ...." ,,f .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duch. 1--Mrs.V.1.ln J.M.rlsn W. Klnh.ll. n.M. mi. Mn.I .

of 1931 Neptune Dr. have come home and word.can't daughter, little Cherell ot ene, of Worthington Ohio, have -- ... J. H. Morrl.! ud Onl
entertained for week .1" k tf the Manhattan the V nnmt Dies! MWlniitn .
recently a express how happy she Charleston, South Carolina LIttle purchased af Bernard "'
their Nephew Lewis A. Knox is to be home Cherell enjoyed her vacation new model house on Venice TnphtI -.oo

from Sidney N Y. -o- i very much with Grandpaand / p( : :, / Bouevard Mr Duchene Is a I-Mr.1-7 K J Rill H and Morris H.rrr and. LoLVhlmlI
-0- Grandma : retired executive chef and the DLa I I51'6,
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Kroupa Mr. and Mrs. David FOBS -0- Duchcnes will move into their! -Mr.. Elrln, M..rkon" and Mrs
and family of 1960 Fairview f i J. W. Klmb.ll 171%.
.were. dinner guests of Mr and Dr.. .spent their Easter vacation Mr and Mrs. M. T. Bohon of t new home in the very near 1-M.rk Even and. W. H. Dtllni.
Mrs Joseph Machacek on Ven 1953 Fairview Dr enjoyed an : future. s-Mri'Se.o l
Sunda Mr. traveling 905 miles from ,I" I' Sa.na. and. X",.
foots Road last eight day fishing trip near In. I -
I .
I 0. P. Nnsnt. 1 8Brtdr.
Machacek is the former manager -I Tuesday to Friday. They left glis returning last Saturday. ,/" Mr. and Mrs Frank James Blodin, Mink It. tit/ ...
Cltib here on Tuesday went to the j(" ifJ I--Mr* M.jr Barer and II.... |
of Sara Bav Country National -0- / Doherty of 114 Venice East 8ci.orhl.no. S9... E-w
Everglades Parkspent "
and it is delightful to eat a the and Mr and Mrs Laurence Cod. :..:...! ...} ,,, ... ,4. Blvd. are announcing the en. I-T. M. Shaver and. O i .smith. II''iI ,
night ..
Wednesday .,
-Mr and M. arl .
Machacek ( C..II.M! .
meal Mr. and Mrs. morning, the boys enjoying a ner recently entertained Mrs ..j ,..- ...... I"i "cerement of their daughter seed.. Hlndla. Marrh II, t:II aWlleon li...
erves Codner brother and wife Mr. ...0 ". .' -rr Deborah Robv to Mr. Edward NORTH-80UTH
-0- hike through the Everglades. and Mrs. John Payne of Cass "' 1/ I Harl McCoy of Rochester. N. I-.M. ('orl G..II..I ... H..1e

sympathy They journeyed on to the John' adage. N Y. Mr. and Mrs. .,. :'f' I Y Debbie is widely known in 2-M.errancy. U5. .
Our heartfelt goes T. A. Pendt sad D., 1. P.
Pennekamp State Park at Key -.. ..... .- .... 121I -
Codner have
to our friend and neighbor a swimming poolat the area and at Venice East
which is opened Gondolier Bob --Rrn.. L. H. Millar and
Largo just ( photo br Obcndorf Bernard
Mrs Adolph Nit and familyfor their home and "Ole Sol" where she lived with her parents Frwdm.n IU4.
the los of their husband Thursday morning they motored casting beams the tew days WORLD'S FAIR 'BIG TOP' Fabric cover. New York The workmen painting the water. while attending Sarasota I--Mra. :J.m::. O. Rake and. Mn

and father Adolph Nitz Two to Key West returning to they had being together were ing for the Continental Circus arena at the proofing material on the seams are dwarfedby High School and Manatee Jun. EAST L. V..WTST 1 itlwss... 110/i. I

sons, Elmer Nitz from Cass Key Largo Thursday evening gleefully spent in the pool and 1965 World Fair gets a final waterproofing the hundreds of yards of fabric which for College and while she work. 1-Mn. H 1. Rldkm. and AI Jan

City, Mich. and Norman Nitz This before returning vacation home they Friday.will In conversation by workmen at the Ringlmg circus winter went into the making of the big top ed as secretary for Judge -near Miia .Jr.....h 111I Plpw. and Mrs B.
from Millington Mich., were was a quarters in Venice before it is shipped off to Wiersteiner of the Small Coed..... 111
all remember they enJoyed ... ....
since 1-\1. snd 101. K Wlld.
Mr Mrs. Lloyd L. Me- I 111.
and Coun
here to attend the funeral last beautiful CI a i ma C ou rt of Se r sot e 4-.Mra. Rio.siaahitau
Tuesday Mr. and Mrs Nitz seeing so many Bride of Eastern. Pa., were tv, Mr McCoy j is the son of Mrs. Mar Ranra., 1104K ana
things of nature in Florida. of Mr. McBride' father Oman'. flab. April lip.: .
moved here from Pigeon !guests s Albert E. McCoy of Rochester NORTH.ROUTH
They did all their traveling via
Mich. four years ago and Edward McBride on Neptune !end Mrs Jane Loven of Penn I 1- !Mr.. Carter Harrlaon and. Cell
have resided at P81 Neptune trailer and enjoyed campingout. Drive from Thursday: to Sat. Yon N V. L. H. M llrr" 111I ',.
Bernard Freadman and W
Drive ante 1960 He wu the urday of ]last wek They left The Ju'\' wedding in Roches. -Prior 1
saner of Shady Haven Restaurant -- here to go to Miami to spenda ter will oleo be the occasion for I-LN. B Elliott and MrmnrVhorlfleld

and Court in Venice Mr and Mrs. Wesley Bennettof few days before returning a fnm.h'. rE'unlon. Besides her 4-"Mra. H. O. Shaw 121.! and. A. 0ramnhrII

-oMr Allen Street have had as home. father and mother going( to the .. 111

and Mrs Andrew Jonesof weekend guests, Mr and Mrs. -0-- wed+ting Dobornh three t-Mr.FAST: 1 WFST. W. Kltnb.M and MnHrldf.
1528:! Crest Dr have recent Ellis Bussell from Colby Kan. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Robbins r I others will be attending i << Hnrn Litwnna" 110.
of w 1-A I...., I..... and Re7 CMu'r
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entertained ,r.. ., fd / Frank J Doherty Jr, Gregg III'',.
Iif' as weekend guests, i W Doherty from San Diego I 1-11.. and Mrs. Curl Galsrdl III
tfr. and Mrs Ben Kaulgarlch /--Mrs L. G. 1..1. .nd Mn
) Calif nnd Robert D. Doherty R. F. WIIas. U9'..
from Los Angeles. Mrs Robbins 1 from Sin Fri"r and Mrs Kaulgarich have families will ill be present for 1 IMrs and. Sin, H. H. T.Silina4 H
2-Mra. M r Bariaa and Mra.
, been friends for many many I their s'stor' s wedding After. Elton 8.i..hlt.0. 42I '..
i years and this was' the first their mnrriare! Debbie !nnd Ed -.J. K. Hill and. Harrr He mar. 17%.
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time they had seen each otherIn I plan to come to Florida and' 4Mra Fred herenn.UrlHma H.enir. and Mngush

48 years I will spend: some time with the \ lontrart Rr.... Cl.k.
April I. f:I* f...
Frank Doherty'a here in Ven NORTHBUUTH
ITt ice Es' 1-Mra.. Norman McGea and Mrs.
a w. Welnh 25.
Mule t spi I I 11 I I --- .-",... 8. 8lx BN..da.. rd Jsek
Lets Return Expontncetf* CapableSPIESSARD FAIR PLAYa I New residents. In Venice >rd. 185.
I .. W. H. .
-Mr and 1>1. Wild "1.1lIr
East within the next few and. M... Mark E.... tl L. I months will, be Mr. and' Mrs <..- M... Van H .:'...... and M7a.e.bwnf ..
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HOLLANDTO Joseph. Sch:':Mer from Cevelana .1 M.ra, _cover H.rrh.a and 0.0..
Ohio. The emitters have U H. 01''Her, HI

1HI (Gondolier photo kr Bob Obmdorf) purchased' a lot in the newly I-Mra.LAar-w J. H.FdT M.r h and Col Vl.c..t
UNITED STATES SENATE CANDLELIGHT dcve oned sci+Ion on Dorches. III."n, ISo',.
'Mae sew alp SrtSSAID L HOUANB I ItOMl ses.m CEREMONY climaxed the Thompson. Don Deakin and Mike Pfeffer ter Drive nnd will start con I-Mra. K. M. Wanunak.r and Mn
III"Na bole ':10-: Msnba .f Ihs S. Ap. recent charter presentation of Cub Scout Pack Adult leaders are The Rev Victor Maurice, rtruction of their house In the Walter Planar IR7. .. ..
12 IAlei Cult and Charlla Vander.water I
fall ssessady dwhrg this ,..,.....a C..II' at the .Assembly of God Church on the pastor of the sponsoring church: William\ Immediate future. Mr. Schus IH
campaign UnugraM Kn *wtSMH A.mtnikd Venice By Way Cub Scouts participating in Sulaty cubmaster I--MI" Lop Jose.. and Mn
Ah.ib./ James Watts and ter Is
Dewey retiring from the Cleve.
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in bahgtf f 01? caifMoty : the Included Allen 1. o. Kaler. f>4
tat m.*,..*".. a yew SfOU tciMIC CtflMlM e Fann ceremony James, Billy Wright rand Tool and Die Con t-.Mr. and Mrs. David R.pp. 121Brldn '
Gary Davids, Billy Sulaty Elwood 8ladto. April 4. 1 p u
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h.1 of ah.. critical farted a ttilMra. and. ,...."" c.... not so old but familiar race pfxon. 71'.
would not b> Mils M 'havoWathlitgio .n1s." NPC Woman's around Venice East these daysIs IMra. C. C. (;..dense and M... D A.
ClubThe ,
*) and 'few Florida A -. .f JaM CammlHe.ian that of George Blanchard I I. .H.th..r."1... II.. B.n'...... and G.. P.
p0 npiaaanhjj a Can0ML NPC I I
your Smar Senate* M Ld 55 ... .f ( ,ai..l. al. North Port Woman I WSCS Plan Thrift SaleNORTH All of the oldtimers know Tlapp Sri.
h p Fd.ni. ...p.n0anlmad Club will meet this afternoonat tMra.. Ruth rVwna and Carl
can* *.* t6. "' George very well as he was as Ham-hark. (ION .
t*pacer of a:* kdlWAd mb.r af Hi* Senota D 0.SpMtvd 1:30 at the Community Center PORT CHARLOTTE Plans
were finalized at the
fenator M vary taigab- eeaNe Iodns C.snwll.wby for their monthly -Mrs Kenneth -- ,
meeting. Gibbs Mar-
on
armumd) the SENK58KT to outstanding sense meeting for the WSCS Thrift ResidlJntia n1J'nll :
Mrs
faMlar Mallond ha. ba nMaly Viola Lessard Road n@ "
Program lus was hostess to theomans : < 'A
"'" -.do. far th of fair play Is one of the Sale to be held on April 10 : :
mpantlbl* Chairman t "
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Holland! to MM Mr. chwinallini. .f Hundndi. *l most Important attributes firs. Catherine announced Love that \ Society of Christian from 10 to 5 p.m. at the Scout IW1.Ri. ;..' J.t' .t4""< '.,.>.,.. ,'f'.( .,J.,
.in? .ha .Sib "par. a*s .mrabcr M'aka..5" Salts'.5 ..... hut office calls for* Home Service last Monday afternoon House New .ill. .
el tile Umta4 IMM SMKM and Fundi ._li..O Itni .f new Demonstration and Home Ex Mrs Arthur Dorsey and Mrs and used articles e" "" ', I
from Rids..d .h* U ** ...._ a* Join' which In ORLANDO SENTINEL i I tension Service will speak to'' Carl Nordmark were the co. will be for sale as well as coffee .t Vi;, ,""'
In tile ads of Sawarfty hi the .... ......"" Hit MMMmyI the Club on the subject of hostesses Mrs Homer and donuts. '. < '" "
CamnaiiHai stanbaratep ef the ..... Houck FLORIDA'S HTSTORICGASPARn.AtOUND; :
HI pSa nNm I Fruits and Vegetables of Flor. I Mrs Clarence Hale Is chairmen .
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THE GONDOLIER I PAGE THTRTEENlWant

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To Go To The Fair? 11- I Double S & H Green

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LaYORK/ (AP) Can you fVfirt to You within can walking sail your distance hotel room and RESTAURANT SPECIALSTHURSDAY

'(!Id to come to the World'i j J 1rT save a lot of money if you
,iT1 Or I Is this one-of-a-klnd. ';, f happen to own a boat, Over-
'Ion dollar show out of the \. \ + / : \ night slips at the World's Fair
FRIDAY
eof the ordinary budget? '" f', ," ', I Marina rent for 20 cents per SATURDAY
'' World Fair Corpora- ., t 'f} ';; foot of boat, and moorings for

The n ill will estimates spend $7.20 the for average a day ., 'J h 10 If cents you don't a foot own a boot, you CREAMED CHICKEN SHRIMP CREOLE BAKED

fair and the average can still arrive at the fair by
ld the$5 w, or $25: .30 for a fam- < / water. Hydrofoil boats will run ON TOAST I OVER RICE PORK CHOP
of four This includes ad- frequently from several points ,' .'
to the fairgrounds, I" in the city One.way fare for HARRY WFRAZEEFrazee
aloe
"lh and snacks, souvenirs, the 35-minute: trip is 350. For 82c I 82c 82c !
nsportatlon on the grounds, : ) $275 you can take a two-hour
d stows, but not lodging. ; pleasure cruise to the fair. Seeks

However most of the fair costs Coming$2.Helicopters. back the same trip ...",..,..,!I'I __
be teen for nothing more t J
price of admission, or < from Kennedy International Post On BPI
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the
n for a four.member family .."" Airport ($8.00)), COMPLETE SUNDAY DINNER 99c
,for each adult, $1 a child). Newark Airport ($10.00)) or Harry W. Frazee of Sarasota
:'\1'f at least 150 hours are L.jr: ". -_------.l Manhattan heliports (about $8)) is a Republican Candidate for -
!eded\ could spend days at the Cost Depends Public Instruction.
per cent of the fair that Is many expenses faced by the Prosaic but cheap transpor- Frazee was born November CAR SEAT r IROMETAL

.e. A home-packed picnicch visitor from far away Housingand tation includes cars, buses 29, 1919 in Akron, OhU. lie BROMO SELTZER 63tf
and perhaps staying at transportation can be costly subways and trains The fair was educated ill tile public BOARDS
'nnd house would make a and unless has parking lots for 30.000 cars schools there and received his Spdag crle.i
p to the fair very InexpenCan vexing they're at $1.25 a day. Public buses BA degree from the Universityof Cnfew.d ter 4 3/8 oz. bottle 98c size
e. carefully planned leave from the George Washington Akron He majored in Political -
Spend a Lot You can't pitch a tent In Cen- Bridge! every hour. Science and had Intendedto 1 bale[, Nea /eaibli4
tral Park or stay in a house Rates are $1 for adults, SO prepare for a career in city u
On the other hand, an uniited cents for children. Chartered ad ek I MET AMUCIl
amount can be spent trailer in the heart of Manhattan. management when the war interrupted $2.22
buses be the fair
Sleeping on park benches can parked at his plans. He served
teen per cent of the fair ex- inn't allowed either. Few for $8 a day Shuttle trains run with the First Armored "Old Ow ; au
admissions, camp 16-or. 3.50 size .
',u have paid sites are available for trailersOr from Pennsylvania Station in Ironsides" Division in World can .N.COMPAR
d I wide and unending fasci- Manhattan and from Jamaica, in
tents within a 50 mile radius War II and was captured
tmj variety of goods and of Flushing Meadows, home of L. I., to the main gate. The North Africa In December of
nets are on sale the fair. trip from Manhattan takes 12 1942. He served a total of 4H TO 377
These run the gamut from a minutes and costs 50 cents. years and was discharged from {,.,{ YALDE{ HAIR SPRAY I I I I I 98( :r. VeiN
rent hot dog to a luxury However, the World'i Fair Fifteen cents will buy a sub- the Army in the grade of Cap
cH dinner ($10 and up), and Housing Bureau reports 100,000 way ride to the fair from any tain with four battle Stan on ."
25 cent rapid transit ride hotel and motel accommodations point in the underground system his combat ribbon. Nat. Ad Y. BrandDEODORANT 10-PIECE
m! one part of the farr to in the immediate vicinity. Frazee has been a residentof RUN.A.LIAT
otter to a $9 an hour escort- Rates vary from $3 a night fora In other words, the fair will Florida since November. BARBER SET
icrvlce with a back seat single room without bath to cost as much or as little as the 1959 and of Sarasota since
.ver-guide, The family of $36.00 for the most luxurious individual visitor has to spend. October, 191. He is in the life PLASTIC I I I I I 19( a- .. .. --w 1
ar determined to go first double room midtown Manhattan But whether he goes tourist or insurance business.Annuity .nktlN
,a all the way will have no has to offer, Arrangementsfor first class, and whatever his AII."OM Nat. Adv. Brand Cream 49c
mble spending about $75 in renting rooms in private age or taste he will find plenty eIM.l1nFIdNI, M YN NMN 1"\1-\ "'"
daj houses and apartments must to do and see .
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Vote May 5th For 3U _

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Boyd "Bud" Gernhard Latest information on scheduled [ ROLLS FOR SI 00 Ydue$10.95.
annuity increases for civilservice DERMASSAGE
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retirees will be explained I I I I (
at the April meeting of .
The Qualified Experienced the Englewood.Venice chapterof POLE LAMPS 8oz. bottle 98c size METAL '
Dedicated REPUBLICAN the National Association of e

i FOB Retired Civil Employee GAS CAN
The business meeting at 1:30p
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CLERK:. CIRCUIT COURT Bay American Legion Hall at INN YnN I I I I t ... e.ll.sMN.rnne
Englewood will be preceded bya ,J1rJI [heal pas awl .
covered dish luncheon at '.e1M h'-" Head & Shoulders $1.00 ,. ....
t Support the sporttpliuj of the County Commission noon. Persons planning to attend aN.min1YlakfinNk Pile' .p..6 -

f' GOP. Go-Team that are asked to supply their w"o"....NINW..... H...r, eaa Il._ ; Wft1
.4- -' Not only KW the tax Hat as promised ti 1960 own table service and refreshment HOME __ -

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A bake sale will follow "the PERMANENT .' .
with resultant of 99
REDUCED tents savings
your $ .
luncheon with the proceeds 99 I I I I I
",- 1'/4 million dollars and C
earmarked for a fund to send Comport
Still developed more roads, bridges, drainage and chapter delegates to the "aaLtv0 Nat Adv. Brand $2.00 size 77 I* (I IfValm
other public facilities than ever before in the history NARCE national convention at
t of Sarasota County. Des Moines, Iowa, in June.

Delegates to the state federation t

will April make 7-9 their at Bradentonalso reports. 20" BREEZE BOX FAN BABY PANTSComport

VOTE GERNHARD The luncheon, bake sale and
I business meeting will be open IA1Y PANTS MASS
to all retirees of the federal
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Sad PERIOD 3rd PERIOD FINAL PERIOD
THE GONDOLIER Then April II Him April U Tfcra May S
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S Years ............ 10.00 U.OOO 10,000 21,000
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DISTRICT PRIZE positions. Single Copies By Mail
NAMES slphabetlcaUy: VOTE POSITION
S500 BOND Mrs. Ralph M. Adrian, Box 264, Venice ...............3,401,300Mrs. $10.40 1 Year for both $ 5.00 $ 5.40
June Altman e35 Groveland. Venice .........2,558,400 papers
.' 't Mrs. James E. Blades Box 738, Nokomuj .......,.3,583,600
: : For Entrants Residing Outside of City Limit\ Donald S. Bredlng 933 Dawn St.. Venice ............3,302,400Thomas $20.80 2 Years for both papers $10.00 $10.80
,'h ; d of Venice E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Box: 3040 Nokomis ........3,396,000Mrs. -
; J. A. Hlghtower, 529 Riviera i Venice 739,200 $31.20MAKE 3 Years for both $14.00 $17.20
OR ITS COST IN CASH Mrs. Charles: I W. Jones, Box 313, Osprey ..:::::::::::: 334,700: :::: papers -
After the Ford and SSOfl In cash have been awarded Eugene Kralik 745 Laurel Venice .................... 528,800 S
the entrant from this district with the ned Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa 1898 Neptune Dr., Englewood ..3,209,700
tl'i ::1' hlrhest vote total will be awarded the District Mrs. John Kruse Rt. 1, Bx. 552, Venice .......,...2,366.300 THE GONDOLIER I
i !II Prise. No entrant can win two prlxes. Mrs. Marjorie Maurice Box 357 Nokomla ...........3.046.200 IT
I Mrs. Leona E. McKibben. 311 E. Safford NPC, Venice 880,300 == P. O. Box 746 ::::;
Mr. Kenneth Norwood Box 239 Nokomis ............3,419,800 Venice Florida
I Mrs. Margaret Paul. Mon Tr. Park Venice ........3,595,100
""J x'00'0 00a D'0 OOD Mrs. Mildred M. Pedersen Rt. J. Bx. 230. V.nlce..3.515.100 Gentlemom I went to tile advantage of SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION' )
40d your
Mrs. W. F. Pool, Gulf Drive, Venice ................ 687.800 == 3 YEARS OFFER to SAVE MONEY.
Mrs. R. Madge Powers 817 N. Tamiaml Tr., Venice..3,409,100
"'d FREE VOTE COUPON Mrs. Ruby Roblnett Laurel ,........... .............,. 649,600 I 1m enclosing my subscription for the amount checked blows
a Mrs. Almeda ...
Sanborn Tarpon Center Venice .1,922,300
I i q.500 Subscription Contest Good For ) Mrs Mary Scagllone, Box 1618. Venice .............3,433,800 FOR 0 $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 90,000 VOTES$17X0
Mrs. Irene .. ,.
o Shockey' 738 Cypress Venice 3,153,400
oQ 400 FREE VOTES o; Mrs.: Robert I.. Stephens, 731 Cypress, Venice ...::::.3.886,800: == for 3 years" outside Fie.
e Mrs. Polly Taylor Rt. I, Albee Rd., Nokomis ........3,595,700
: VOTES
o I hereby cast 400 FREE CREDITS to the credit 0 $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 35,000
t 1 Mrs. Dorothy Thompson Box 703 Nokomis .........2931.500
...................................... o Mrs. A. C. Trsver,4:0 Bayshore" Circle, Venice: .3,596,700 14.00 $12.00 for 2 yeers outride Fie.
e ofADDRESS Mrs: Viola Wood, ..:::: :
e t oQ .................................,... 0; Mrs. Lucille Bates Matara and Mrs.Ct Joyce:NFC Toole Venice were not.3,363,500 credited :_ 0 $ 5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 8,000 VOTES

; Cast by........................................ as with contestant subscriptions in compliance for one full with week the and rule.have requiring been dropped regular =: $6.00 for I year outside Fie. i
l e This coupon when neatly clipped, with name o, weekly reports. Their I votes have been cancelled, can not betransferred = SAVE MY NAME IS -
'., ;Q and address of contestant, filled In. and returned 0. and they forfeit all right to a prize or commission s s
to the GONDOLIER, counts 400 free "CLUB YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS" =:: MY P.O. ADDRESS IS s
I j Credits toward winning the car and other Contestant who make an effort to get $30 clubs of cubscrlptions = -
MY HOME IS ON
TURN IN AS MANY AS YOU CANo =
J I d THEY prizes. ALL COUNTI! (This coupon must be fy; competitors can who poll report more votes Just one on report or two subscriptions: of. Build their =:: $1.75 (Name" of Road, Street and House No.) !:;

.. '1 o voted on or before 9pm. April 10 1964. subscriptions Into $30 clubs for your reports from now until s CREDIT VOTES TO -
the contest ends and you can win. Be a leader_ not a laggard. S
90o,0Do0v,9DD000 0.00,000 Stem that tide of defeat NOW before it is too late. Your = I Q
initiative and ambition leads the way l1I11I1I11I11II1I11II1I1I1I1I11I1I11II1I1I11II1I1I11I1I1I1 I11Ill1IJIllIWIUIIIIIIII III 11111 111I1 U IIUIIWIIV 1011111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

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Scott's White or Colored
CkMU SpmJCheezWhiz .... 6D-Cf.
..?'jar 39"l Family Napkins 2 pkgs. 29
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN GOVT INSPECTED
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Scott Famous CutRiteWaxed
Tasty Yogurt ..... :::: 19 By uS.ft. TENDER-AGED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
w.......kl Ctm l.r CWAto Paper . . roll 291
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Croquettes ........I'12r., ,.. 69 typRE reel :;..
: Chuck Steaks' lb.49c
iMQMt Ind AlMfMj S onlF; 1.25 { ,ax ,
Frozen Dinners ... P,;. 39' papE

Meringue UKM Pie* ......11--. 49 Suntan Short Ribs s o lb. 39c
c.I.ow. ..... ..... .,..,... QtiQ ,

l Bean.rtU '.Soup Quick FIWM,,,..",."';,4 39' t, Ground Beef lb. 49,

Whole Potatoes.. t'';: 39
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Fish Sticks ... 3.J...... '1
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Deviled Crabs ...!':.- 99 NEW CROP!
JUICY FLORIDA VALENCIA

D Smshlne'i Vanilla Family Wafers Favorite . !:Jr.; 35e ORANGES ,

F.FV. Fudgie or Testy .

O Oatmeal Cookies . 14V.e'Cooks ; 3ge only 4c each

Fort, Cooks Fluffy G....... I..h.. I.ki.s

Q Minute Rice . . ''Jr: 45* Potatoes . . ..... .. 10 .bo.;.... 79-
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.. __ Swift's Premium Sweet.Smoh.'yor '
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White House (limit 4 please)' HUNT'S for the best! 0 Sliced Bacon . lb 49c
SOJ 25c Hunt's Yellow-Cling Premium Label All-Meat (+ 50 stomps)
Apple' Sauce . 2, cons #1 r
Delicious Peach Hayes| . . ..- 25< a Swift's Franks 59c
Lady Befit
Hun(' Tasty Uptel.jPrune
JUICe, 3 bola qt.. $7. Whole I Apricots . .#lYJ.. 29 Swift's( Premium Fresh
Blue Plate Flavorful Hunts Famous StewedApple D Chunk, Bologna Jib.. 99c,

V 29c Tomatoes. . . . 6 #cane)01 $1 1 SwIft' Premium Tasty
Jelly . 3 Ibl. 99c
Hunt' Zesty Flavored D Bag Sausage .

Swift Premium. Assorted half Tomato Catsup. 2'lafa. 29 c .land's Fresh of Smoked Country

Ice Cream . gal!> 7Qr+ Hunt's Fancy Solid-Pack #1 D Link Sausage >lb' 59c

Special Bonus Deal Pack Tomatoes' . . .,..... can 29 Tomow'i Cooked or Baked

Jell-0' . . 4 p':gs." 29c Tomato Hunt'i Rich Flavored Sauce . 3 1'0 e.n.*' 330 Sliced Ham . 6-;,,": 59c

HIM Plate (limit 1 please)
Hunts Rich FlavenK 2 4 U :' : :"J
Mayonnaise. 1 &; 39c Tomato Paste ....... 3 6-os;39* .. m,''
Delicious FreihKINGFISH
EXTRA 'IOO !50mErT.A "50 i STEAKS .__ Ib. 35cl.bl
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Green..**.._-Stamps....*_.h I ....i su."S&H GREEN STAMP M A N K [ T s / LONGHORN CHEESE _... 65e ,
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I HALT REPORT 'Cut' Actually An I Increase For Those Over 65 I



-- bill, Unfortunately both entitled to retirement income $158.20 for 1903 under the old ceived by one spouse, or In,
the House passed lit.
By REP. JAMES A. HALEY There art many such ed that this situation was over- about this during debate on the profession. credits, and each having law, but under the new law, uationa Involving retired
A question I rained on the couples] of course, in Florida looked by the experts of the House floor, but at that time, ala did not the see Senate the error, either $4,000 of income, solely from must pay 193.44 for 1964 and couples under 65 years at lie
House floor during debate on I and in our Seventh District, Treasury Department and the I the Ways and Means Commit. dividends, and using the stand $280.60 for 1965 But it just barely misses I'':
the new tax law hal finally and I am sorry that I cannot House and Senate committee tee staff was convinced that ard deduction, must pay al- I am glad to say, however, feeling those In the l1nder 5
been answered when it i Is lay to them that this situation professionals who drafted the in the I have Now, however, the staff of most 22.3 per cent more tax that this tax increase rather bracket, when all the d1v1den
too late to do anything about will I be corrected forthwith. I bill I could lay cautiously that people category the Joint Committee on Inter for 1964 than for 1963 and a ,than reduction situation will income is received by
the situation and I am sorry can only say that I have called there may be some hope of I described would get a reduction nal Revenue Taxation has re- whopping 773 per cent more not apply with respect to such spouse. In these cases, the One ter
to have to report that what setout it to the attention of Chair eventual amendment of this like everyone else. And as ported to me that my fears. for 1965 than for 1963. couples if only one spouse is reduction for 1965, as compared -
to be a tax reduction for man Wilbur Mills of the Ways provision, but I would doubt usual, there was reliance on were indeed well.grounded.They The example computed by entitled to retirement income with 1963 will be only nine.
' everybody actually is going to and Means Committee, and that it will occur this year the Senate to catch any mistakes which show have, for prepared example tables, thata the tax experts shows that this credit, or in situations where tenths of 1 per cent -a $$9 eut
tax increase for in
be a people have paid all the dividend income i* re of a $992 tax.
' one category that he is shocked and distress- As I said, I asked questions which might show up in : retired couple, both over 65, I typical couple would
Those who are going to discover -
that the tax reduction
bill is for them a tax increasebill
are husbands and wives E W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE Close Trimmed
each over 65 and each entitle I

to entirely who retirement have from joint dividends income income derive,credit-total-!, 'll1 ,\ ft 1 a II T-Bone: II OO c


Ing between $6,000 and 10000. rAu .. Sirloin Lb.


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lobster and steamers 2nd Big Week __ W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE:

were- the main course at a dm N FXCEILEaGe.f.
ner held by eight North Port BEE SALE i iU. !
Charlotte couples a week age. ..,["...t.. /.j| a n a ra fREE cH'
last Saturday at the Commun.ity
Center. A barrel of lobsters 41 & SAN MARCO DR.
and clams was ordered weeks .
before and Ken Gibbs and STORE HOURS: : CURRIER & IVESDinnerware I IONIN CHUCK

"Doc" Henriksen cooked- them Mon thru Frt. .., ,
9 a.m *o p.m.
over hot coals. The pianist, .:. Sat.ETTY C.c. '
Mrs. Francis Johnson entertained 9 to 7 p m. R,, u,. 48'

during the afternoonand "M..UI'.n.. ..._._ UlUtaJ' p
they all found the food sc Now Available At t Your Favorite Kwik Chek
delicious that they are planning I' \ y fUll CUT ROUND OR IIISks
to do it again soon The : t); .O. ., ... :'D'.. Q IR",J.; ; EP\,, FREE! ThisVeek CH s1
Mr. and .
couples attending were '' '' ' '
Mrs Clair Rauch, Mr and CU.RRIER \ .lb. 78c
Mrs Glenn Charles, Mr, and ( CROCKER SWEET OR BUTTERMILK \ & IVES 9 9

Mrs. Frank Carroll, Mr and Canned Biscuits E.. 8 E
Mrs Sam Matthews, Mr. and l COFFEE CUP BONELESS SIRLOIN TIT. HUM 01 8OTTOM BOON 3MLb. eI
Mrs. William A. Garvey, Mr, WISCONSIN
and Mrs. "Doc" Henriksen, With, Coupon From Book And $5
Cheeso 59t C
Mr and Mrs Francis Johnsonand Longhorn R 88
Or More Food PurchaseS st.
Mr and Mrs Kenneth !KRAFTS NATURAL oa .
Gibbs IWw* ,.... Cw1 Ina TU CxriW t Irai BlmnrMi.U.IU4ntn 9 O
wi ss Cheese B a.. .* 39 YM l.., l:4 ta Ik:M.1 =... ., 5Md.l a-eel-r no 1.erM
-0- Vilv* tfM*> At ewe hNdy KWIK' CHIK .r ""NN.PlIIL SEEP PLAT
Mr and Mrs. Reno Perez on SUPERBRAND I' "
'1M C CMVM ![ l is SINS 'H YMM 1" .r 1
South Pan American Boulevard Cheese r i-n.c-.29c "J.'I' :: H C
returned home earlier Cottage *** U TW M.J S u.184itltLI

this week after spending the SUPERBRANO[ . tew
8 s o o
Easter weekend with relativesin SSe'
Tampa. : Cottage Cheese =- .. c.,


Mrs. Ethel-0-Hadley on Free. I I limit One Your Choice With $5 or More Order'
mont Street is busy this week I
with her son and his family, Maxwell Excellent

ley Mr and and daughters Mrs. William Andrea A. Had.and : House C ASTOR C

;" Patricia here for a visit from 'io' ;

Tappan dent at,Beloit N. Y.College Andrea in Is Beloit a stu, E' E Ub. Can, 5 9 1-Lb. Can 49

Wis., and Mr. Hadley! a former
professor at Columbia UniversIty SAVE 24 SAVE 28c
I Is now vice-president of In. ., :
tertvpe Co., a Division of Har.I .

I ria Intertype Corp SAVE1Tt-BRAN -

en Mr Pontiac and Mrs Lane Gordon have been Nixon entertaining _, -. _:F I Hi _:M At$ !II Corned Beef. 3 '*. $100 1 1SAVE W-D HAND liaa-Fraii IIIIJIITIWlIIIIIIIr

Mrs Nixon's sister GROUNDt
and brother-in-law, Mr. and M.ILCUBeef we GIVt 3 -HEINZTomato t Pears
Mrs. Ross Lewton. They returned Ma1'
home to Indiana this Liver 39' Soup 10' Beet
.
week after a three weeks visit.


for their Mr a daughter and visit Mrs.with-0--Karen F.Mrs C. were Mask Haak's here and ARMOUR Sli. STAR Bacon. 4ge vt''"civWE SAVE 4e-CRACKIN'GOODSaltines . %t:: 19' SAVMOcU.PerPound :s 9c 3 tk Cis Vz '$)JOO


parents Mr and Mrs. Roscoe FRESH BUTT 'II SAVE 10c-MIRACLE WHIP SALAD ill Vlu.Pork : .
Kirk on Bumford Avenue. The
Haak family left Saturday to 39' Dressing W"A ON49E
Roust.
.
return home to Fort Wayne, civVI I I I I


indo\Wendy A Tree Wieners'COPElAND'S SKINLESS 12"".. 39' [IJ SAVE E V 3c-THAIFTYMAID 0 p. Milk I N.Ullltt. 1 TII F..GI 1 10', 1ew CaIe e Or Rtgalr CHR I PI1SIBf

SAVE 1 I2c-THRIFT MAID BLUE LAKE '
TARNOW WHOLE HOG BAGS LINKS OR PATTIES

Sausage 63CTARNOW Wes Cut Beans. 2 Ste 25'SAVEIcDELORES D. I cs Flour

At Lemon SchoolENGLEWOOD 5-
LY.

A Washington Sli. Bologna : L 45'STYROFOAM WE GIVE Salmon . Na Lit nr': ZD OC( 151(2 0OE. S i I 00 Bag 29LARGE

palm purchased from Englewood SAVE 2c-THRIFTY MAID SAVE JOe
Nursery has been given 303 '"
e
to the Lemon Bay School [ ] Cut Beets SII 9 24 Uadt OAa WJdaU EI MaOLiEF
by the Lemon Bay Garden 1 a
Club, as part of its programin SAVE 10c-CRACKIN'GOOD BIG SIXTYCookies
beautifying Englewood. The 60 *
tree was planted early in i LIwMt 39'SAVE "
.
March at special school cere. I 1 1 TKKtfTYMAJD
lIJ 4c-NINE LIVES TUNA SLUREEIEW.-A-n.rw.
conducted the
monies by principal
Miss Venita N. Hubbard, Ice Chest 27Ot.Si&e< $149 Cat Food 2 c..125e ICE
with the children and two rep 10 INCH EAGLE PLASTIC LARGE
resentatives of the Garden WE GIY I SAVE 10c GREEN GIANT WHOLE KERNEL
-
E. 77c
Club, Mrs Frank W. McCook, Playballs ease. pig. Milk
chairman of the club's horticulture IMPO-IEO 8EAUT KAPOK Golden Corn t Cams 49'SAVE Eggs
committee, and Mrs lIJ .
James L. O'Brien, second vice. Pillows . *a. s149 lie-DIXIE DARLING

.ltn, I president.The tree, which had been NON TILT LEGS ALUMINUM : Bye Bread "Leaf u. 10' 2 Half C
1' planned as an Arbor Day gift Folding Chairs. **. 399 I. I ll doze 8 9C 39
t to the school, was named after WilE SAVE!-.DIXIE DARLINGCinnamon GaL
I George Washington, but nick. Chaise Lounge. u 695 'Pig.33c
named "Wendy" by the children Buns
It Is one of Florida's finest GIVE .
I palms, growing rapidly and, <=% Sweet Juicy Bonds V....... I lb. '
vigorously and was placed at
1 I'1 one corner of the building. I Oranges 5 49c : IR ZEN FOODS
According to Miss Hubbard, bad
the school also has its beautification -
program. The children WE GIVE MORTON FROZEN

are rounds especially which were proud seeded of lat the FANCY SNOWBALL frsu.a Meat Pies 5n: 110... 89cmrJUu..lWU&I.I1I.1.UUUl

winter and Ire now filling In Cauliflower hd. 29c YE6ETABlES MORTON FROZEN
,. with lush grass The rose I I
green

,
1 a.a.M..r AM.r
I bed is coming into bloom. The f & { I FANCY JUICYLemons './ rw4AMNcat Bread Dough,. 59cuNrcw.tryN
WE GIVE
I few lost to winter frost t-a
plants EXTRA FOP VALUE STAMPS
will be replaced by the garden i '" ...""..-..da....a.N./ doz. 33c ASTOR FROZENOrange
club. The mall areas and a PUlibury II WESTERN' Pkga 99 Juice 4 ** 100
colorful bed of petunias have Mine 2 IS 31e FANCY
"
been planted and cared for by Iso... ...l7..Ik Ck.k WuD, <>lM1IMI1 J. a MIX EM w VAHLSING OR IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN

the children plant each. child contributing ONI VoI04 Ml Tk CUtlOMIICmrM vk AM. II Wl GIVE Lettuce 239c MATgIEM French Fries 3 ;ft; $100!

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