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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00189
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Aria on FloridYi West Coed Osprey Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens Venice East Englewood, North Port Charlotte I,.

120, NO. 29 8 PAGES MEMBER, THJt ASSOCIATED PRESS VENICE, FLORIDA. MONDAY, APRIL 13. 1964 MEMBER FLORIDA FREM ASSOCIATION PRICE 10 CENTS

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IN LOT CLEARING.
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Venice Corrals




Cowhand Queen t ..At SVCA Denies Role I




Hartley P. Dermond, public
relations director for the South
If you see a vision in red ing the college "
rodeo she
Venice Civic Association, declared
'oming down the atreet- said "We hope some day to Library Week Reminder: today that the SVCA n
-ed from her broad-brim. make the rodeos as popularon "e7a not engaged in lot-clearing,
ned cow gal hat to pointed the campus as football "And furthermore," said
cots you're seeing the and basketball" x Dermond, "it Is not connectedwith
til thing right off the west..m She explained that con .f it in any way"
plains, podner testants for queen of the Read More Learn MoreA Dermond statement follow.

She I Nancy Sheldon of collegiate cowhand set must ed criticism of recent lot-clean
avette. Idaho Miss Col. compile points in team rid. Ing activities in South Venict

tlt Rodeo Queen of 1963, ing, goat and calf-tieing and stepped-up reading; pro- I adult fiction, 590 adult non- fiction, 108 juvenile fiction and and a threatened court teat ol)
.rho ii visiting in Venice barrel races with horsemanship gram and greater use of the fiction, 269 juvenile fiction and I 98 juvenile non-fiction for a the county new lot-clearing
between appearances on the counting for 60 per TT Venice Area Public Library 96 juvenile non.fiction. total of 441 volumes Total act by a property owner in the
,
ational rodeo circuit. cent and personality and during this Natonal Library I The number of books borrowed number of books added during Golden Beach section of Vera A

!Miss Sheldon is guest of appearance 40 per cent. Week, was urged today by from last Jan. 6 to April 8 the three-month period ending ice Said Dermond:

her grandmother, Mrs Ethel She lives on a quarter Mrs. Dorothy Lance, librarian. totaled 8,699.Books March 31 amounted to 660. "Recent newspaper articles
I Sheldon Venice Municipal horse ranch in Idaho and Theme of the National Library added In March, Mrs New registrations during and statements made by uninformed -

; Trailer Park. Mrs Sheldon has put in a lot of time riding Week according to Mra. Lance further reported, included March numbered 157 borrow persons have left
has been coming hereor the range In rodeo Lance will be "Reading Is The 54 adult fiction. 77 adult non- ers. Patrons checking out the impression In South the mindsof Venice
Key. fiction, 57 juvenile fiction and books during the period many that the -
the past 10 years from competition she also has same Civic Assn is actively
xt Garnett, Kans., home ridden steers the bucking The local librarian also noted 31 juvenile non-fiction for a totaled 1557. Thirteen tele- engaged in lot clearing
it spend the winter. kind that bound out of that the Venice Area Public March total of 219 volumes phone calls were received and "The South Venice Civic
chutes. Library has available for loan added to the shelves 46 reference questions were
And Nancy'a as cute alive Association and any officeras
foor. four The reigning rodeo three of the five National Book New Volumes answered. such is not engaged in
120-pound, queen ,
I Selections added the !
during Total registrations at the
Award winners: "The Rise of
ten-haired cowhand as cuts a pretty figure in her lot clearing, and further
II Me- two prior months numbered 59 Venice Area Public Library
the West' by William H
steer colorful outfit including red is not connected withit
ever dogged a or tied more,
a goat tailor.made riding suit. I Neill; "Selected Poems" by adult fiction, 176 adult non- currently total 762 In any way.
John Crowe Ransom and "The "The Civic Association has
She expects to add bit
She her title of a
won coleiat
Centaur" by John( Updike
more red during her stayin made printed copies of a partof
rodeo in ,
queen natonal .
competition at Denver Venice "That'll come Circulation Up Faber New LIC the Act that are available '
with the sunburn I to falraAaihlk'._ to members of the commun-
expect y
art year while a student at In her April report to the This
service
ity request
California State Poly, San get "on the beach tomorrow CGondoltar.. photo bj lam D Ikm. ) I'' Venice Area Friends of the Library upon is for information only
LuIs Obispo, Calif she said with a twin board of directors Mrs
"The Association
kle in her blue eyes and a BRONC-BUSTING BEAUTY Nancy Sheldon of Payette, Lance noted that circulation of Executive HeadJohn will appreciate
'Since then rue been swish of her long, braided Idaho Miss College Rodeo Queen of 1963 looks over the old books at the Venice Area Pub information regarding
efforts of claim-
naking the circuit promot- hair corral at The Murray Sandler Spread on the Venice By-Way. lic Library during March totaled ing to represent persons them in the

____I I _9HKOF w b'uaoaap i i"1[ "",4P"..0....."" .... 3.215, of which 2.260 were L. Faber, a native of Lot Clearing Act,

Virginia, has been appointed "The members of the Association
executive director of the Light, in their meetings
Industry Council of Sarasota have discussed the numerous
NHS Students Win National Honors County. problems expected to arise

The 40-year-old Faber was "!Jvv from the Act.
named to the post at $12,000 "It must be borne In mind
that the people who have
a year to succeed Keith Mor
xfa second year running, rison, who resigned several. pioneered the area by inverting
Venice In homes and land shouldbe
fee High School stuInli months ago
have been selected to First Hi chosen considered by those hold.
Quarter was unanimouslyby
l-Dcipate in the National the council four-man selection ing property only for investment
I net Foundation summer .
committee and confirm.
eje research program. ed by a four to one vote of "This writer has numerous
i three, all outstanding Building Shows times called attention to the
the Sarasota County( Commission
5 science and math stui 47STEPHEN Commissioner Masel danger of creating poor relations is

are Stephen Ranck and Huston cast the dissenting commission with prospectivehome
Jnei Van Keuren juniors, Sharp IncreaseBuilding vote. builders and future
Charles Copp a sophoxing i neighbors by a militant approach -
,'e. e The committee's selection to the problem. It 1st
construction In the was presented to the council again recommended that
Ranck
and Copp haven I John L. Faber I per-
accepted for the summer City of Venice continued its I (Continued on page 2)) (Continued' on page 2))
'ram by the University of upward spiral with a total of

1-da at Gainesville Van ivee $i,12,581 in building permits I
wen has been nominated by for the first three months of 'a1 or

M College at Winter Park. 1964 as compared with $115,726 Mti
V summer research pro- in the same three months last I 1Y

n\ runs for eight weeks, year a gain of over one million :

< 15- Aug. 8, with the tab dollars.

tuition picked up by the Unlike 1963, this year has : ,
mal Science Foundation a seen a return to commercial !
..
eminent agency which sub- and public buildings instead of I
i'fi jrants-m-aid to institu I RANCK COPP medium-priced homes whcih I
J of higher/! learning for accounts for the big gain in I Hd' \

p rch In the fields of science Including $54 for room dollar volume for the first
and
of Wisconsin
IS the University
mathematics three months of 1964.
at four cents a mile.
Trefethen has been acceptedby ,
Repeater For VHS There has been a fair '
will be given by '
sit\ year, Venice High also Georgia Tech cafeteria at the Uni amount of home building \ &w :
three students taking part In this year's NSF program, esti four residences totaling $56
in Florida at an ;
do research
'Ie NSF research Copp plans to 500 In January three homes
program. of $2.20 to $4 per ;
v were pam Lee, who did chemistry/ $40 will be re- totaling $32,500 in February:

hological research on rata ( on page 2)) and two totaling $29,950 in
the> University of Wiscon matins. March
:1
Robert Harrison, geolog But the big dollar increase Lc : '
research at Emory Unity came In a $24,000 permit for a
and Howard Trefethen utility and recreational build.
lilt research at the Unitr Ing for the Frank Walther JAYCEE TALENT WINNERS Dr. Luther Patty, 15, won top honors for a piano solo
Luck, Jaycee president presents a $50 checkto with Lynne also IS in close
'It of Florida Trailer Park in January a coming a second -
,jrnson, who will graduateJune $666.453 addition- to the Venice; Lynne Corbett (right), second place win. for( her folk singing R. L. Anderson (not

has been awarded a Hospital and a $252.657 permitfor nor in the finals of the Jaycee talent contest pictured) was third place winner of a $25 I
four-year scholarship at Win a water treatment plant for aeries at the Gulf Theater First place winner cash prize for his rendition of a ballad Assisting
'IJ To of a $270 Mercury outboard motor was Dr Luck in the
a year to Emory, largely the city water system in Feb. /! awarding prize is
the basis of the record he Patty Johnson (left), who already had collected Lois White, newly crowned Miss Venice
'blished, there last summer, area"i (Continued( on page 2)) her prize when the picture was taken.
contestant in The real activity now, --..
i has Every
been awarded a $400 real contend- OB
.ar teaching scholarship to GONDOLIER's $4,500 Subscription honor.. If they show
Contest now has a chanceto
win extra vote ballots, come they activity will slip to stay fur. Vote Margin Narrows Between Contestants m
from behind and win the new
ate Venetian and lose out in the
Ford or cost or one of the other Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040 Nokoirus .4,040,700
prizes. When the second period votes were in Friday, April 10, Mrs Viola Wood, 342 Mataro Ct., NPC ft. .... .... .3984700Mrs
The ones who campaignedhard A Million Votes they showed that the vote margin was very narrow between Dorothy Thompson, Box 703, Nokomis ... .. .3972500Mrs
''esigned. Churchi'Cardinal'Film enough to build up a vote with Rule No. several contestants in The GONDOLIER'S $4,500 Subscription Mary E Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr.. Englewood .3.883.300

total that would have won with rule' the all- Contest' Mrs Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress, Venice .. ....... .3875000Mrs
vote period is at The contest is going Into the "home stretch. The third Marjorie Maurice, Box 357, Nokomis .. ....... .3658600
and most decisive period of the four vote periods opened Mrs James Altman, 936 Groveland Venire ......... .2906800Mrs
Osprey Tourist Club Cou- Saturday. Several contestants are so close together in votes John Kruse, Rt.l. Box 552, Venice .. .........2756900
extra votes for $30 that it's anybody's race between now and the finish The Mrs. Almeda ,
Sanborn, Tarpon Center Venice ... .. .2.300,500
have been within reach of all contestants who will
lohn' !. expired prizes put Mrs Leona E McKibben, 311 E. Safford, NaC Venice 1,020.100
'lord. Conn.Catholic Church In close of the accord work for $30 clubs of subscriptions three year $14.00 sub Mrs Ruby Robinett, Laurel .. . ... .. "..... 969,000
chosen for its
'"for background scene Gets Planning Friday April 10. scriptions or $9.00 extension of one year subsrclptions givenin Mrs. J. A. Hightower, 529 Riviera Venice ... "" ... 739200/

letting in Otto are superseded former vote periods of the contest. Mrs Charles W. Jones, Osprey .. .. .. ..... .. 389400
Preminger What contestants win now is squarely to them. Victoryor
of four prize-win up
e Cardinal, No subscriptions were reported for Eugene Kralik and
is one of the defeat is little than two weeks A hard
ballots this week and just a more away.
'e than 700 A multimillion dollar tourist Mrs W F Pool last week and they have been dropped according -
New England fight to win now will be worthy all the regrets In the world
week
ling saltwater to the rules weekly Their
attraction featuring a requiring regular reports.
designed I .
by the late
after the winners are announced and the votes show the closeness
G. O'Connell of Venice. marine aquarium, for prize vote ballot votes have been cancelled, can not be transferred and they
of the ,
!'. and Mr.. O'Connell came the Osprey area has been given l MILLION EXTRA race forfeit all rights to a prize or commission.

the after his, retirement| i the green light by the Sarasota turning in the larg EXTRA EFFORT NOW LEADS TO VICTORYThe LAST CHANCE TO GET "IN LINE" TO WIN

J died here in 1955. Mrs. County Planning Ccmmisslon of money for sub. vote standing below shows actual vote positions. It With prize vote ballots of ONE MILLION VOTES, 750.000,
onnell' live. at 217 South i from Saturday is not an actual or accurate vote count but does line them 500,000 and 250.000 extra votes at stake for turning in the largest .
k Blvd..netiana. I At a meeting Thursday night Friday April from top to bottom: amount of money for subscriptions each week during the
up
can see the church the commission unanimously I will be repeated third vote period, contestants who put forth EXTRA EFFORTcan
film at the Gulf Theater recommended rezoning several Saturday April 18. NAME OF CONTESTANT VOTE POSITION get in line to win this week. THIS IS YOUR ONLY

re It opened yesterday. parcels of land for the project Friday, April 24. Mrs. A. C Traver, 204 Bayahore Circle, Venice .4.069.900 CHANCE TO WIN EXTRA VOTES. ICs your last chance to
'e 'late architect speclallz south of Blackburn Road west and extended Mrs Margaret Paul, Mun. Trailer Park, Venice .4.069.600 show what you are capable of doing. The final week of the

In 1 public buildings/! and of U. S. 41. credited to con- Mrs. Polly Taylor, Rt. 1, Albee Rd., Nokomis .. .. .4.069,100 contest will be too late. Only regular period votes, extensions
Oct architecture His of. Some 100 persons appearedat toward winning Mrs Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress, Venice ...... .4.068.200 club votes and report votes will count the final week of the

S the commission's public votes. Mrs. James E. Blades, Box 738, Nokomis .. .. .. .4.067,900 contest.The. t ,
Spring- hearing at which a petition who U cred Mrs R. Madge Powers, 817 N. Tamiaml Tr., Venice ,4.065.100 fate of the contestants hangs in the balance THIS 11 I
the names of more WEEK and NEXT. Those who do some real campaigning can
bearing the second largest Mrs. Mildren M. Pedersen Rt. 1, Box 230, Venice 4064700
". O'Connell was notlf'edchoice than 200 Osprey residents was money for subscrip Mrs. Ralph M. Adrian, Box 264 Venice .o... ... ..4.058,300 win Those who let rumors or anything else atop them NOW If
.hi of the church for presented favoring the rezon- /! this same period Donald S. Bredmg, 933 Dawn St.. Venice ...... ... ,4.054.900 can't hope for success This Is the BIG VOTE PERIOD It I.
of the film] getting when 750000 extra votes Mrs, Mary Sea glione, Box 1616, Venice .._ "...... .4054000 will determine the prize winner Therefore, ks work to win 1VENICE
? rest- "
dotal was,"first started on "The dents A number were present of Casey to Key object, ( on yap 2) Mrs Kenneth Norwood Box 233 ".?.,.4A.jU M..jj4,030,300 NOW OB NEVER,



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TWO tro O\Tr'xj1A
THE GONDOLIER I ,



I Obituaries STUDENTS WIN I Haste Heads E'wood Legion

I SVCA Denies Role (Continued from page 1)) -

MARY LEONARD WILLIAM ROBERT GUTRRIE quired for books, supplies and ENGLEWOOD W1111 I am pard chaplain; Amon. Dun- Siesta Key.Convention.

(Continued/ from page 1)) Clearing act by making test incidentals HiM heads the panel of officers ham, Bergeant-at- ; Guy deeca]
a
Mrs Mary Leonard, 82, art ENGLEWOOD-William Robert sons de.iringlota to be clear. case of the law, Mahon vice Seeks Financial Aid submitted last week to the Perkins assistant sergeant-al. Sheppard. EeclesV Bare IriIl,

1st and former art teacher In Guthrie 08, of 168 CedarSt. ed should use the good neighbor president of Aero, Inc., ownerof Davis said he plans to contact Lemon Bay American Legion arms; Mrs Fay Glascott, historian mew and, altemais.

New York City and here died ., Englewood died Friday .t approach and at first request 18 lots in the Golden Beach civic and service club of Post 276 by the nominating and Ernest Thelin service White, Don Week" JIII\\

Wednesday at her home at 733 Bay Pine Veterans HcplU, rather than demand Sudbivlsion No.2, swore out the Venice area in an effort to committee. officer; Director nomineesare Halite. The conventlOQ; .nd 8'

Appalachicola Road. St Petersburg. With the backing of the law trespass warrants last week, : have all or a portion of the epense Officers will be elected: on Clark Eccles Charles Yale .t Punta Gorda High IIiII

Mrs. Leonard came to Yen Mr. Guthrie was a resident "It Is further recognltM against a bulldozer operatorwho underwritten for each M.y.. E. A. Bartholomew and William April 28.I ;

ice In 1949 as a teacher .t of Englewood for 23 years, that there are those who entered his lots to clea of the three student. Other nominees are: Benjamin E. Herdman.

Venice Artists Guild. Her husband coming her from Hornell, N. bought low-priced lots and. them under contract with the Two other senior recipients Lane, first vicecommander Speaker for the evening was The cheapest may to

Edward Leonard, was dl'l Y He was a native of Tulla now that they have increase Sarasota County Commission of scholarships announced 1 by ; Whiteford Barkley second Eighth District Executive Committeeman I a growing company fa to

rector. They had lived In horns, Tenn. in value, wish to avoid the Mshon contends that the law Davis are Jimmy Phillips wh vice-commander; Louie Shep- Sawyer Albritton of the profits in the treasury
Sarasota the For eight years he was has been awarded a grant-1
previous year, responsibility and cost of can be used by any resident of ----
having come there from New South County carrier for the clearing them, regardless of the county to force the clearing aid working scholarship to -
-
J York City where they both Sarasota Herald-Tribune, retiring the condition of lots miles Georgia Tech, and France
taught art from that Job in 1962 "Some people Like to clear which do many not affect awsyand him Webinga, who has' been awarded I

A native of Texas, she received He was a veteran of World their own lots, turn them Into personally. a music scholarship for $600
War I and was a member I Holland BUY THAT NEW
her art education In San oLemon beautiful lawns and flow. a year to Hope College at HOMENOWy
k The .
Antonio, Texas New Mex. and Bay Post 276 American er gardens and enjoy the case against William Mich. Phillips was winner
Legion and Ehglewood Lodge Wallace, heavy equipment operator of the Venice-Nokomls Rotary -
Sautillo, Mexico prior to her wild beauty of the wide' var
t studies at Art Students League 48 IOOF, of which he was past lety of Florida] jungle on other for Midway Construction Club' science scholarship

end f..l. Central School of grand.- people's lots of Sarasota, on whom the last year
d Is his ,.wife Mrs. warrant were served wapostponed \
Surviving James R. Somers, biology
Art in New York City She "The outcome of the test
Myrtle A. Guthrie of Engle Friday !night in Di. and science teacher at Venice
met and married rlr Leonard case now in process to determine
wood. met z justice ol Ute peace awarded
there. the validity of the High, also has been a
Funeral services will be heldat court at Venice. 11,200 eight weeks summer .
a Mr survived lot-clearing law may have \
il
1 Leonard by 2 p m. Tuesday at Rawles] The one-week postponement scholarship] to the University
considerable what
I her husband and two sisters Funeral Home Chapel, Englewood bearing on of the hearing to next Friday of Maryland for advanced
I
lots shall be cleared also
Mrs E. C. Jordan of Wichita with The Rev. Addison of in and biology -
night was at the request study bio-chemistry
how and when.
Falls Texas and Mrs James 3. Hardee pastor of the Justice of the Peace E. S. under a staff of the na.tion' ,
Goswich of Dallas, Texas Englewood Methodist Church "It is regrettable that dif. (Bill) Raymond who said he outstanding scientist

Funeral services were held officiating The Englewood] ferent opinions exist regardIng had not had an opportunity to Somers who had been .- LI :::-
Thursday at Farley Funeral will conduct ,rave. lot clearing and that NSF
Legion post sufficiently study the lot clearing cepted under the grant by
Home Chapel with The Rev. aide services \in Lemon Bay many friendships will be lost. act. five universities, settled last
Dome Dean Patterson of St. Cemetery. When looking for someone to week on Maryland. He has ) "
Mark's Episcopal Church officiating blame] for the law, do not been teaching at Venice High '

Private burial was accuse the South Venice MILLION VOTES since 1998.
at Sarasota Memorial Park HOSPITAL REPORT Civic Assn We had no active

part in it as such, other than (Continued/ from page 1)
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ADMISSION our membership in CONA FIRST
JOHN H. HALBACK!: Ant! ll TViii.U" Pallm. v......., ".. (Community of Neighborhood this week and 750,000 next QUARTER 1 !
sMr W.ldnm. V..k.i Vlretate Drl.r, Associations countywide week. 1t
)
John H. Halback 69, of Venice V..I.. a (Continued from page 1)ruarr
Bay Trailer Park died April It Mom** PuW Nnknnbl. association representing unIncorporated Third high will get 800,000
...'. Prrhw.
V.nlr.1 101. forthe
Man I.wud arese" and a $39,380 permit
April 6 at a Sarasota rest vole l .! rxiw.i-4 D Twtor. V.nk.1 Itarun extra' votes each week and the
home. Own-a.. !", ''eOl De" Thwa! 20,000 Lots fourth will receive 250,000. drilling of 20: wells issued
.. Don OnnM. dith C ti
v.nl.t P.rMt t to the Mere orpon anfor
He came to Venice seven April 11 rrft M.Uil, V..ilr*| N.l- Dermond also cited some liteknown These extra votes will be
years ago from Ridgevood, N. lie Sl rtiinW' .... Nokonil.1' 0.0111.- facts about the South added to the total votes of the the City of Venice' new
.. .. wets field.
'
J. He was a native of Chicago v rnrr.ond.Anvil: ll Adolf Mlti. rnilr.ooj' Fr. Venice area. He noted that contestants winning them when Cain
Mr. Halback was a memberof Maths DIP. Nokomkl. Marsha P. South Venice comprises some the final vote count Is made by Steady
_... Records in the office of City M
,
the Creston Avenue Baptist Turner April .Nok t P..., ""'Ie, FrmdMiteli I Fr-': .300 acres, subdivided into a board of impartial judges on E. Cur-
)
Church in New York City. In ... Now. .It Br.to" >U>., Rlrhnl. Dorf I early 20,000 individual lots the closing day of the contest Building Inspector Guy
Venice he was a member of Vmle.1. I Jan, H?I<|CT.I>II, Vn>l., Lt with 8,700 wood show a steady gain in
approximately prop. May 2.
Cot Lrni nl 1'.... rrr P, 8IV.T.
'" 1984 with $88,029 as against
.
:Masonic Lodge 301. .,...
Vralr.! KIIa.hPUI n MrAml, V il | rty owners. Contestants
Who Win
He served in the Army Medical n1.0..101. Er.tln.oo4': .; DorMlirBrown $ 0,821 in January; $9 7.9O .. r
Nokomli.Aprtl "We will have approximately Contestants who number against $29,157 in February;
I II I Corps during WW I and .. f Fokrr. Nokornl!
ll l **tl 10,000 homes when we reach
later was a draftsman with the hm Tm\rr\ Nokomtoi '..."ne J.nlu. themselves among the prizewinners and $81.648 as against $29,748
federal his Noknnii: will,., Cnhin L.ur-l Il I J.... the saturation point. sale! will not hold back subscriptions in March.
until
government V M. T. Dole. Dermond. "And the fact that
eel h P. Hnf"r retirement. ....h.w, V.l...| OllUrt *. B. Hunt Ne.ko.isi this week thinkingthat The Venice building cOlI.struction -
Survivors include his widow rr....... W. ........ NokontalMlrh.trl we own two private beaches it will be easier to win one figures are all the
Tu...... h.l....<.i Den. T... which have recently been in of 1
Mrs. Sally A. Halback; two .lor, Emlnroadl. .. WMIIMH, H.wklnt' the due to the West the prize vote ballots next more encouraging from the
eons, John H. Halback] Jr. of vain., Oihnrn." ..", h.. v...Ire, P.- limelight week. Instead, they will makeIt fact the value of permits Issu-
Rmgwood, N. J. and Charles] tri.1 Dunn" U Vnlr B..I..., Nokomll" Doolhty Coast, Inland have attracted Navigation District a point to get as many subscriptions ed by the county building de-

; E. Halback] of Venice; two April ll Noml' E: Grhm Woks many" as possible for their xrtment dropped to a record
I daughters, Mrs Audrey Matthews .".,. 'B.!'II..1.lh..l..d....... nsttmuh V..IMI rd.kanletPalo. Hwhwt, people added. to South Venice he regular reports and turn them low in March with a total of you'll like the many

of Nokomis and Mrs In to get the 25,000 report .008,498..
p Colts, Vmlot i here T Artliur, Pahn' Dermond said homes currently
I i Jacqueline Verksde of Pomp for PI*.; Thom. R. WMnm Jr'. Pan- i votes. Included in this amount were
.. ... Port rhrFranen built in the subdivision total
noHt Alir N. North -
ton Lakes, N. J., and nine In"".I wllllura IAonl l| Eth.l"ApriTll about 600, with "the friendly Will "LIne Up" Winners 45 permits totaling $690,895 for advantages of a
grandchildren. 1rel..wd. The extra vote ballots are tomes costing $10,000 or more

: Services were held Wednesday ..' "nilI.tree. .Un ashy., Nokomhi Girl' wnll.! 115.1Van '..... spirit the residents of cooperation manifested among in the for the purpose of "lining up"the and 16 permits for home costing -

J at Woodlawn Cemetery in U.rrl'MPT. | lat. <.... Nokonhl" ,' nor'DISTHARGn turnouts at civic big prize winners. They are less than $10,000, totaling
the Bronx, N Y Hawkins __ 5055.0" xo10.ord. large association meeting.every offered to stimulate the inter. 128,180.. First Federal Home Loan.

: Funeral Home, Sarasota, was April ll Dr Ch.,.. ,MrtMi ,IciplrOll The GONDOLIER eat of contestants who think
t in charge of local arrange ,. v...,.., AIIN rp,.. Nokornr. l lick, Letters to that they are already defeated
Gsw.aiha Nokomis. Muast i.lke. from out-of-stat owners of FABER HEADS
ments. Nokwnl Oll.l. P,iShn. V...l tt. nopW *. in South Venice have when they are not. They are
property (Continued from 1)by )
old Pallet. VonlMl ".II.da 5.15. N. primarily for the purpose of pate VENICE OFFICE
l ndwird. Cora lanmok.l., 1.45.n. indicated a strong interest in William L. Hart of Engle-
.t ETHEL D. FEYTEL Swift XokoMthii. R.lyk 11'0..*.., their Florida holdings, particularly placing] a wider vote margin wood the LIC chairman. Mem-
between 601 South
V the close contestants Tamiami Trail
IpHI tnr. V..| WIU in the recent lot-clear ben> of the selection]
11 Man M:
Mrs. Ethel D. of
J Feytel, 84 liar 1'..... M iphtoi, ".....*. Rbbfip.Nakamtai tog activity. and preventing a tie for any of tee were Rice Miller
fi 724 Valencia Road died Thursday Brbr l.nr, Vmln WIL declaredthat the prizes.
One absentee owner
st a local nursing home. "ll.mohmutn, V rle>t Eithw Buck.koarw This Ice, Paul Paver, commit'l
Is the only extra vote
._kh_ "to try and force lot owners
Lodi Bhr ass Schall and Arch
A native of Stanhope, N. J., IIDCT:
r La..L us have our lotscleared offer of the entire contest. Nonor r-k
J she later lived in Ocean Grove April It Ralph Cmwk, V..I.., E"I like to. Sarasota. He was ,
xt be i .
".... ..... to maKe :South Venice e e ra fro t ere can g van
( *n. V"leo| Lmn W. North : 27 applicant .
.3 RI muff m
N J. and here from that ccu/UC/
came Port CII.._, M.url,.. 0... V."leo| resemble a park Is going a No provision was made in the Faber. native of Clifton -
/
city in 1962. She was a mem E..",. Fow] .. Nortfc Port Chr1ott contest rules for other extra a
ber of First Methodist Church April.. lMb.ll. Rnrn.14. vault, bit too far Fore, Va., come to the LIC
Andrew ('.....k. VmlMl D..M Coutt.NiplMl 'Suspicious'"Another vote.
Asbury Park N. J. Pr V._ Dr..inn, Noko.mi.1 of which Jam During the final vote period post from Albuquerque N. M., SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTAMAIN
Anl Mrtl. thing where he has been serving as
110.-.1..111.
She is survived by -
\ a son,
he added, "Is the only votes that will be is-
w II. Enthwood Mole Nil nplrad), suspicious director of the New Mexico I
Joseph M. Feytel of Venice. Kn.lrwond' ] '!'II_. whale. Nokomis the; fact that there seems toM sued will l be on individual subriptlons of OFFICE 200 South Pineapple
Graveside services will beheld April, 11 ".n.1o ""'h... V.nlr. P.Inr Department Developmentand
tomorrow at Neptune N. Punu, Vmle.i. Jun. Griti. Dnllnrool a chance for a kickback or votes on extended also] administrative chief OTHER OFFICES South Gate and St. Armandi
,...
Erl. H.nh.ll Von payola on the clearing costs if subscriptions, 200,000 regular of the Industrial Division ofthe
J with Dr Charles A. Savre April Hi Pur Dot Aradrnton Vlr.Nok
,, ': rinl. Drlvw. V..I Jan Hedrnoa. lot owners order the work done club votes and 25,000 for Tuesday department.
pastor of the Asbury Park First .... .. ArUiiir Jon.kq" (1..... Cftyt, through! the South Venice Civic and Friday reports
Methodist Church, officiating Ad.UH., Loci rtpHnrl! Thorn I... Contestants 10"11I' -- -- -
Assn. It this letter along who have not
..., was
Burial pond Emlnonl i Wllllu* MrG. En- :
will be in Mommouth
......., and made their best
Darld Sm .; Memorial Park. K.lll. S1>,."'..*. Nokomll. Torrmt stories in The GONDOLIERwhich up to now must realize that the
Rawles Funeral Home was Wri.ht. Nukomb.AprII .S
Tr LOTH Bm>, Vnlm' N. prompted Dermond'sstatement final extra vote-getting1 oppor. .
in charge of local arrange Gorer a regarding the asso tunity is now before them. To
merits.C Nokoml.l'wilbar'stoii.. vole.,"MIHI.
;; *.! To,.... E..I......d. I Sant,. T1lwit, ciation's hands-off policy in the let it pass without making a DOWNTOWN
-- Vmlc.1., Mirth Tanur. Nokoml. lot clearing.The desperate effort to get their
ALLEN writer said he received largest subscription reports Islet k
;
Convalescent and BIRTHSWILLIAMS a letter on SVCA stationery to opportunity pass forever.
stating that local contractors Under this third period vote

Nursing Home charge $40 to $50 to clear one offer contestants who are Inthe
LANI: II. sod Mra 1Ie..ld.
Nona
24 Hotr Hurting Service 1ft". ..... (11104 .om04 rot). born April average lot. "I found this far contest to win can do itwith VENICE
Phone Venice 4M-2702 ,. .'01 .... from true," he added "when I hard and persistent cern- ,
1bora '. sad II... Juss.
lit roses DS LION" AVB. Lord,. d..ektw. f art 15.0.4 .0 rat.) talked with county-approved lot paigning. 2
April I. 1:10,: .... clearing contractors a few Promises won't wlnl! Excus- '

: weeks ago." II won't win! But subscriptions 1
I He went on to declare that will win. Contestants who work First & Finest Shopping Area

YOU CAN SAVE 9 WAYSOn he received a firm quote from for subscriptions a* the contest -

the contractor "at a lower near the end will get better -
Auto Insurance price than the South Venice of. results than they ever

I 1. NEW LOW RATES licial's price." Dermond, as dreamed of getting. : DAZZLING SPARKLING
reported earlier in this story Public I interest is now high.'eople
2 I
SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
denied that the association or p have been watching the;
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT'SERVICEAGENCY any officer 1* in any. way connected ran since it started. Many who to BARGAINS VALUES!

with tM lot clearing refused to give subscriptions I

activity earlier in the contest will now, I

t1 "I purchased Taw land" give them to contestant whore ___III/lld./! V--- I.

went on the outof state property making a sincere, earnest DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY
owner, ".. did everyone effort' to win.Contestants. THE MEN'S SHOP
else at a price which Includedany who have held BARGAIN TABLE
118 W. Venice Avenue
bugs and snakes. top positions in the race up tonow COLOGNES, COSMETICS, COSTUME JEWELRY I COME IN AND SEE OUR BIG SALEI!
j. Telephone 4882288foil" Likes It As Is must work harder than I GREATLY REDUCED!
"If we didn't like what the before to be big prize winner I ITo

raw land Included" he con. let up or even weaken' 2311 I W. Venice Ave. 488-4776 Medical Center Bid.}. 225 W. Venice. Ave 488-I4M

tined, "we could have purchased means certain defeat and dls- t:. __ ... sl.l.rna_ ..... _
cleared lots In Veniceor polntment.

"'I other areas." He goes on to If today' leader fail to dotheir VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY

r ___--, contend that the lots have no best now, the vote msr-
I AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wedding Ring. Diamonds Stone Set Rings
trash on them "just beautiful gin by which they are leadingcan I
UNDER pine trees and clean, attractive be wiped out by other contestants Sale Service Supplies W* Repair All Mate Watch Silverware, Jewelry

palmetto." whose interest is stimulated Stuart Married, Owner W.tch.ad Jeweler Repair

: NEW MANAGEMENT H. further declares he has by the nearness of theend 235 W. Miami Av*. 488-2473 W Venice Av., 481.3119_

I talked with residents of South of the contest. .... 1 r J _._
Venice who do not want ad- Get ExtensionsExtensions : TAYLOR
jacent lots cleared. "They like or "second p.,.. HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE.IN

KING'S TABLE the birds flying in and out of nent" subscriptions are nowbeing Fumigate up to 10,000 cubic: ft. against insects & pests.

I the thickets. They also objectto accepted. INSECT BOMB . . . . . $2,98 Today thru Wednesday Tonight Apfil 1(13
living where they would be If anyone has' given a nab (meet Repellent I "CARDINAL" "BE TRA "

RESTAURANTN. surrounded by loose sand crlptlon for one or two year I t U"
which can become annoying during the first or second vote SCREEN-PRUF . . . . . $1,98 qt. Nominated for Sit Starring Clark Gable r :

Tamiam! Trail I when blown about in dry, periods, he can extend his time 213 W. Venice Av*. ph. <488-<4909 Academy Awards Turner end Vista M-

Wen windy weather." to three year by paying the __

out Is I Robert Mahon, Golden] Beach difference between what was rtLL
Dining a pleasure
property owner, plans to test paid and the $]4.00 for three Welcome/ To

for you, and for us! ,I the constitutionality of the lot "ears. VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA JIM WRIGHT'S

OPEN 7 DAYS EACH WEEK COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER I SHIRTS SLAX


BREAKFAST DOUBLE VENICE 248 W Miami Ave, Dial 488-3457 121 W. Venice Av*. 4I 8I-3oa

Live in one, let the ether pay it off. Completely furnished. -
.
LUNCH : -
Close to beach

; I DINNER $11,750.00OWNER ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE VENICE STATIONERS

SERVING 6 A.M. TO S P.M. WILL FINANCE 13 Years Here Opp. Theatre
ili OFFICE SUPPLIES ARTIST SUPPLIES
Open l 10 AND
; j I Your Host and Hostess p.m. *I'
I
I 1 r KERMIT L MICKLETHWAIT Guaranteed Service On All Mate J Typewriter, Adding Machine* (Mechanically Opera

( DOUGLAS AND JEAN WHEELER REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER TV RADIO AND HI-FI C."N Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus P.rfe If R*!yjreJ

,I A W. Give' U a TV to ut* free while repairing' yours '.owes
801 I Laguna Drive Phone 481-4421 4.WI'1PAGE '
Ph. 488-2618 3II I Venice Av* W.tiimnT'TrrnTTfr 211 W. V e 1 c. A va'

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APRIL 13, 1964 THE GONDOLIER PAGE: THREE



I Banging It Out About EnglewoodWith I I to Mr.their and horn Mrs in- Detroit D. Armond, Mich. Makes Thin Man Thief HaulA Overbrook Gardens NewsBy I ISI.

from Cleveland, Ohio, spent 10 $92

With PAT BAND day in Englewood with pint-sized burglar squeezed MART E. KROUPA
friends The last two
.,. morning eat at 8.30: a'' their Dad and he discovered It Then the Angela sprayed this have been with Albert days and Jane they window through at Wood an 11 Chrysler-Ply.by 14 inch Cecelia Circle met in the moved in their new home at an elgbt-day fishing trip near
knock, w just thinking it was a rattler. It didn't his., spot with love and brotherhood. Thompson at their home Lem. mouth Motors, Inc. and mad Parish Hall of St. Raphael's 1537 Overbrook Road last Ingli, Fla. They did catch
WU our came woodpecker.again this Theknock time nor it coil, nor strike, but he killed I And when they had it finished, on Bay. Villa They have been off with $92 and some tools Church last Tuesday with. Mrs. Wednesday They are former some fish and enjoyed the trip I
barked and we Jumped' four rattles and he brought ua the sure they called it Englewood." friends for over 30 years Tomorrow Checks totalling $2,000 were A. S. Trowbrldfa acting as residents of St. Louis, Mo. Before very much.Esthers.
Tina grabbed the copy and flew to see -o- a fishing trip is planned left untouched in the pried. chairman. There were nine retiring to Florida, Mr.
up,the door and there stood The New y'k Mr. and Mrs. James Marshal open safe members present and three' Govro worked for civil service I Meeting Set
Club
to met of -0- Mts. Thomas Shaw 32 as general foremanof i
Selma Street
,
When w. told( are entertaining Entry was first gained guests! year
little page. Tuesday.
our we thought her a wood. and There nine were 84 present their son, his wife The Hodges dropped in to through a back door then Mrs. Myrl Smith, Mrs. George the Jefferson Barracks National For Wednesday Noon
her should have seen The new member and two children, Mr. and Mr*. see u. while we were typing. through the small window with Dahm, Mrs. Matthew Melts, Cemetery. We are very
pecker you Today she paid new members were Mr*. Ray Marshal Steven and They are leaving us on the fifteenth a sliding glass in the firm's Mrs. William Schultz Mrs. happy to have these people as Esther of Venice will meetat
her expression.not coming. Calledthe George Fatajuo, Mr. and Mr*. Craig, of Birmingham, Mkh. for their home in Mich. inner office. Sam Taylor, Mrs. John HutchInson new resident in Overbrook the home of Mrs. Arthur J,
?, back by cot her dad and hedidn't Morton Bridges Mrs. Ann S. /igan. We will be sorry to see i Sheriff's Deputies Richard Mrs. Thomas Drum, Gardens and wish them the Pickford, Palm Avenue, Venet
house sound, too good but saidlie'd G.Satzman Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mr. Bob Scott recently them go. They are so very Curry, Richard Sourwine and Mrs. A. S. Trowbrldge; guests best of luck and happinesshere ian Gardens, Wednesday at
He didn't Strother. Mr*. Nina Carroll had as their guest Mr. nice, we are real fond of them. Jack Townsend investigated.They Mrs. John Brejack' presidentof 12.30: p.m. for a business meet.
come Bullston
be over. and
had to dash drew Mr. and Mrs. An. and Mrs. B. Larson of South Returned the heater w* loaned picked up a number of the Altar Society; Mrs A. J. -0- ing.
,0 Johanna dressing walk to Bryant. Holland, 111. The Larson are them when their gas ran out. clear fingerprints and some Stephanie and Mrs. Drum'ssister Mr. and Mrs. M T Bohon Assisting as hostesses will be
her
through office with the copy, then The club it* donating to the friends of many yean: and We hope to arrange a dinner footprints. Miss Virginia Richey, I returned to their home recent Mrs. John Carter, Mrs. George
post to New Veterans Club $50 for chairs greatly enjoyed their first trip before they leave Venice. After the business ly at 193S Fairview Drive after Key and Mr. Thoma Marvin.DECKHOUSE .
walk all the way up and table. The five .,
which is faithful to the Florida West Coast. Baldwin Named meeting, delicious home-baked
York Avenue, some musicians were there and after -0- cookies, candy and coffee were -
but the copy must GO. GOP Club
walk supper we had a song session. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bering Meet Demo served by. the hostesses, Mrs.
The tables and chairs were put of Oxford Drive had a* house- SecretaryMason Thomas Drum and Mrs. John
The telegraph office has been away and a Grand March guests, The Rev. and Mrs. Rod Baldwin of Sarasota Hutchlnso"
moved again. It's in the RentIt started and later general danc. ger McManus and three child. Set TonightThe has been appointed executive
Yourself shop in Bob Scott'sbuilding ren. Mr. McManu is from the
secretary for the Sarasota
and, believe it or not, ing.The Elmer Nato left Thursday by AT THE JETTIES
next Main Baptist
meeting In May will Church, in Dee 8th Precinct RepublicanClub County Democratic Headquarters S'
Bob delivers the telegrams if possibly! be a picnic lunch but Plains, 111. of South Sarasota Countywill it was announced today plane to return to his home InCase
the recipients have no phone. It Isn't known yet Just where -0- meet at 8 p.m. today by the Sarasota County Democratic City, Mich. He was called CLOSED TUESDAYS
-o- it will be held. Mr. and Mrs C. Hannawalkhave In the community room of the Executive Committee. here for the death of his father
The Scouting Party was aIlUccesS. Bessie C. Burr has Baldwin will gone fishing!
changed been in a house they have First Federal Savings and coordinate Adolph Nitz last .
Saturday.We
,
The Halls and the a few words around and addeda rented for the last five wintersat Loan Association' Venice campaign activities from Democratic LUNCHEONS
Limerts found a delightful site few more of "A Little Bit of the Beach Road. They closed branch on the South Tamlaml Headquarters at 23 -0- ..., SALAD-SANDWICH
Liverpool Fishing Camp, off Ireland" for an Englewood a few days ago and now Trail. Central Ave., Five Points, in wish to welcome Mr. and
Route 17 on the Peace River. tune. Other club we under have gone W. C. Cadwalladcr, newly downtown Sarasota. Mr. Alfred Govro who have Monday, Wednesday and Thursday *
They really had a tough time stand are adopting it as the home.0- elected club president, has YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES ? 1 75
deciding on two places but Song for Englewood. It is sung Mrs. Bob Horde of Mango urged all area Republicans to *: *: *: *
finally picked the one mention. to "Sure They Called It Island" Street 'Joined u* in the garden attend and learn more about VENICE MOVIE LOG Including Our Famous Salad/ SOT
ed above. Another couple has and the words go this way: which we were weeding the the candidate seeking county FRIDAY and! SATURDAY
joined the group Mr. and Mrs. "A little bit of Heaven fell planter. Haven't laid eyes on office at the May 5 primary GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
Ira Gartee. They left this from out the sky one day; Andit them all winter. We were wild. election. LOBSTER SPECIALOur
morning about 9 and will stay landed on a little spot, alongside eyed when she told us of little Today thru Wednesday DRIVE-IN THEATRE Regular Menu Available Nightlyl
out till Friday Lemon Bay. And when the Tina Marie' illness. But now WORLD'S "CARDINAL"Nominated
-0- Angela came and saw it looked three-year-old Tin. Marie is all for six Academy Today, April 11 Cocktail Hour 4:30 to 6 p.m.

The Reed children, Chuck, so peaceful there, they said right afler an eight-week siege LARGEST Awards "BETRAYED"Clark HIGHBALLS, MANHATTANS, MARTINIS 50c
Cookie and Kathy were play. it would be the nicest place for and looks fine. IN/V/NIt oats inuiMct rowan Gable, Lana Turner -
big in their ;yard on Grange good kind folks to share; So -0- Call Thurs., FrI., Sat. and Victor Mature
Street They were throwing they sprinkled) It with stardustto Mr. and Mrs. William suxuNUmnsn ITA1.: mniL HUGH Walt Disney's
stones at a stick to make it make the Palm tree grow. Warnechi pulled up stakes MORE PEOPLE ARE READING
McPHERSON "A TIGER WALKS" ..,_ .. .
s North U. a atal
Jump, when the stick started And very soon some folks this week from across the
moving away They called came, the nicest kind to know. street from us and started back P59-139 438-6567 .or ear AND SUBSCRIBING; TO TilE GONDOLIER:

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EXTRA EFFORT THIS WEEK AND NEXT WSI ;



SPICIAU




ONE MILLIOtJ I VOTES





Don't Walt For Other Vote Offers

IN THE GONDOLIER'S Contest
See Rule No. 4 $4,500


20 Opportunity Club Coupons at 100,000 votes equal. 2,000,000
-ONE MILLION this week ONE MILLION next week.
20 Opportunity Club Coupons,at 75.000 rotes equals 1,500,000 FOR TURNING I I IN THE MOST MONEY FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS EACH WEEK

rote*-750,000 this week., 750,000 next week.
20 Opportunity Club Coupons at 50.000 votes equals 1,000,000 A ballot good for ONE MILLION EXTRA VOTES will be added to the total vote ef the contestant turning in the LARGEST MOUNT OF MONEY for subscriptions from Saturday, April If,
votes-SOO 000 this week, 500,000 ned week. through Friday, April 17, 9 p.m. This offer will be repeated next week.. These are in addition to all other votes. They are the only extra votes to be given. They will LINE UP THE E BIG PRIZE
.; WINNERS. WIN one of the FOUR VOTE BALLOTS and win a priie. The official |Judg."of the contest will add TWO MILLION VOTES to your total a'fter"the final votes are counted if youvotes25Q000
20 b votes equals 500,000
at 25,000
this Coupons week, 250,000 'ned week turn in the LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY for subscription this week, and the largest amount of money nut week, during the THIRD VOTE PERIOD.



Rules and Regulations 750,000 EXTRA VOTES 500,000 EXTRA VOTES 250,000 EXTRA VOTES

added to the vote! total of the contestant turning in Will Be Added For The Will Be Added For The

4. Vote credit issued for subscriptions will be In the Second Largest Amount of Money This Week, another THIRD LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY turned in FOURTH LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY this week,
accordance with the schedule published in this issue, I Including 750,000 for the Second Largest amount of money this week, and another 500,000 votes for the third and another 250,000 votes for the fourth largest amount
the first week cash and vote coupon which will turned in nut week largest amount of money turned in neat week turned in next week
become a first period coupon minus extra cash, one week

coupon after a contestant will decrease makes in his value or her 25,000 first votes cash every report.week This, Win a Ballot! Wm" Prize! Votes nrml'!

starting one week prior to 'the of the ofl) .
\ voice: exceed
Right f& reserved to Issue extra not Ihe
value of 20 each of these coupons, also on extended sub THESE BALLOTS LINE UP THE PRIZE WINNERS
scriptions.!
5. Tote are not transferable. One contestant cannot Here 5s YOUR FINAL OPPORTUNITY to do something about winning that new Ford or cost. If you became a little discouraged if you have let up," here Is a chance to "redeem yourself."
withdraw in favor of another contestant or give ..ubscrlpSoon your friends will bt asking, "where did you finish?" If you slacken now and FAIL TO WIN, you have no one to blame but yourself. Failure to WORK NOW means bitter disappointment e I
tions to another contestant. Contestants violating this rule and defeat, not only to you but to your friends who have supported you, thinking they were helping a friend who would be In there fighting a game fight to the finish. The prize you win is
are subject to disqualification. squarely up to you It's WORK AND GET RESULTS "NOW OR NEVER."
6. Any collusion on the part of contestants to nullifycompetition
r
formed in the detriment
combination
of this or newspaper any other, or contestants is forbidden.
EFFORT NOW LEADS TO VICTORY
Con'EXTRA
testants taking part in such combination and violating
rule are subject to disqualification at the discretion of
management
7. All votes Issued to contestants may be held Inreserve r
and be published at the discretion of this news- Price and Schedule III Votes for New sad Renewal Sunsrrlptiom
pap
to show the leaders for the prizes. How Prizes Will Be Awarded PHONE 4MWs The GONDOLIER ui E. MIAMI AVE.
.. The winners of the prizes will be decided by their
earned vote credit, said creditSIreyr..ente by votes Issued win follows The following' number of votes will be Uued for subscriptions during the 1,500 Subscription Contest!
:
votes for Entrants, under the rules can prizes ss
for cash -b
turning them In-at certain intervals, and the free coupons The person entering from Southern Sarasota County 3rd PERIOD FINAL PERIOD:
clipped from this newspaper. No entrant can win two of or near the county line in an adjoining county who secures TBE GONDOUEE Thru April 24 Thru May: t
the prizes listed in this announcement. the largest vote total by any or all of the methods PRICES VOTES VOTES

I. Contestants to this contest are authorized representatives published In this announcement will be awarded the NEW S Tears ............ SU." 10,000 75,000
of this newspaper but it Is understood and 1964 FORD two-door sedan or coat. The winner pays t Years ............ ll.N 30,000 25,000
greed that they will be held responsible for all money nothing extra, but must buy own license and pay the 1 Tear ............. I..16 7.000 6.000
collected and will remit such amounts in full on regular state sales tax. Add $ .M per year tM.MO VOTES ADDED TO THE ABOVE FOR EVERY $30.00
report days: to the Contest Department. The entrant finishing with the second largest vote to above out of state. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED; IN.
10. No statement or promise made by any repreaentolal will be awarded the $500.00 CASH PRIZE. Z5,000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY I P.M.:
!alive, varying rules end statements aPpearint' the $500 are awarded the entrant ,. for less than 1 or more than I
fro"llhb.: the publisher, In After Ford and prizes NOTE; All money tamed la counts om $30 etub No subscriptions accepted year
bt this n : other recognized error by in a rule or state.' residing outside of the city limits tit Venice I with. years In advance. Payments\ const from present date of expiration. (See Inside Cover)
ease typographical 0 the next largest vote total will be awarded the $500 U S.
ment. it I is understood that neither the contest manager SAVINGS BOND or Us cost VOTES
GET THE PRIZE WINNING
make
aor the publisher shall be held responsible except to
necessary corrections upon discovery of same. After the $500 Savings Bond Is awarded to some entrant
11. To Insure absolute fairness awarding the prizes out of Venice the entrant with the next largest vote AND WIN A PRIZE THIS WEEK
sealed total will be awarded the NEW $23995 FRIGIDAIRE
under
close a
the contest will be brought to a
DELUXE DISH WASHER.
will be placed and MOBILE ,
ballot box, in which the final returns
opened by a board of three impartial Judges at a given The entrant having the next largest vote total will be
hour. By doing this, no one-not even the contest manager awarded the NEW $209.95 GENERAL, ELECTRIC AIR
will be. This EXTEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION SAVE!
can possibly know who the prize winners CONDITIONER. -

precludes lute fairness any in possibility awarding:of the favoritism prizes. The and decision Insures of abso the be paid ALL ten WHO percent ENTER((10 AND%) CASH DO NOT COMMISSION WIN PRIZES on will the IF YOU PAID $5.00 for I year in the 1st period, you CAN PAY $5.00 for one more year and give favorite 30,000 vote>

Judges 1 J. will In event be final.of a tie for any of the prizes a prize amount renewal ef subscriptions money i turned to The into! their D credit. i.orsw Rule and IF YOU PAID $5.00 for I year in the lit period, you CAN EXTEND THE SUBSCRIPTION TO J yean for $9.00, give favorite

Identical in value will be given each tying contestant. No 13)). 90,000 votai.
13. ALL CONTESTANTS will be paid 13.00 for each
"club" during the first week of activity. Active contestants IF YOU PAID $10.00 for 2 yean ia the 1st period, you CAN EXTEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR one more year for $4.00.give. '
+ -
who do not win prizes will be paid 10 percent cash favorite 60,000 vote '
missions on the amount of cash collected for cam.SECOND PRIZE $500 CASH '
,"
after first week. This) commission will be paid
understood, however that ..
contest closes. It Is distinctly
l In event any contestant becomes.INACTIVE.. tillingdoecreUon to 1 1st GRAND PRIZE $2482.50 FORD OR COST r'
make weekly cash reports he or she will at the DISTRICT PRIZE
of the management, become disqualified and forfeit all

right 14.to This a prize newspaper or commission.guarantees fair and impartial $500 BOND THIRD PRIZE FOURTH I PRIZE
arisethe
treatment of all contestants, but should any question
decision of the management will be final. For Entrants Residing Outside of City Limits

15. If the first prize winner chooses cash instead of Venice NEW $209.95
the car. twenty (20%) percent will be deducted from NEW SZ59.95 DELUXE N ,
COST IN CASH
the delivered price for advertising. OR ITS 6300 btu/hr. 115-V 1 Room G.E.

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The Editor: I \ r ? Mr. and Mrs. Can Roms

Our sincere thanks for the tat ., : 1239 Groveland. Venice, foxy' !
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IHMBEH or THE!: ASSOCIATED PRMJ_ MntRER Or THE: FLORIDA TRUSS: ASSOCIATION announcement of our Ford Re. r Plqua, Ohio.
tiree annual get-together. I Mr. and Mrs. George (I--,,
Ie ..Th.. A-oel.M_Pr_>...b nrlu.lv.lr t mtltM to a- for.publk" .. or .11 a_. dl. ...h. There were 83 from as far st yl ill d er, 329 Park Lane Dr., Te..
nt nthI" II. I. .. bll..tin
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'nil ..... and. .ar.l. d..etbt.e" '' .. ..., .r 11I1. .pap..pyrtgbwd and III r.publl..lk,. .I. surrounding localities. Every. I I, rir IN Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Rolen,
a I
p-.b krbiddew .seept bp writtns .......I..k>.. one enjoyed a wonderful time, Itll Til I I IIIt bar, 201 Blackburn Rd

food and visit. Trailer Acres, from Mlchl!
Publkh-J Evenr: Mond.r .M ThiindiKrura. llt-tl I:. Miunl' AHIIME"
"* A. Scrod CI... MMUt At P.t Offl-. At VtnlM, florid. CHARLES E. SHAW ran.
: Mr. and Mrs. Paul! IleyL
Secretary-Treasurer. t IiiMl
EDWARD D. BALL ................... .................. Editor and Publisher 4 + A 373 Grobe North Port Char,

COURTNEY WILLIS .......... .... ................ .... .. Executive Editor lotte, from Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
SAM DILLON ....... .... ......... ..... ........ News and Newsphoto Editor To The Editor: Shiffler, 167 Porto F,
a h bl'J' Belie|| ,
+ ROGER KILBY...... .... ... .......... .... ... Mechanical Superintendent My husband and I have spent I ulli North Port Charlotte, from
t I IT the last two years In your Pennsylvania.Mr. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $525 per year $3 25 per six months, $2.75 lovely town on vacation. We ;Ind and Mrs Henry. Evans .
,+ per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year $4 25 are planning on returning there ---- 3C9 Bullard, North Port
per six months, $3 per three months.Another this year, sometime In June. By EUGENE GILBERT encouragement of parents and young people, such as Edward Charlotte, from New Jersey
We enjoyed your newspapervery the desire to act mature" push Kress, 14, of Camden, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. James Sulll.
much, so please put us President, Gilbert Youth young people into dating say "I didn't ask them." van, 128 Merrill North Fort
Tax 'Cut'? down for a subscription Research, Inc. Many of the same reasonsare Despite the general disap. Charlotte, from New Jersey

MRS DAVID J PAULERA, Today's young people are go also responsible for earlier proval, most of the parents let Mr. and Mrs Virgil Jones,
The bowman el the nation' tax collectors increase. These he identified as husbands Ing steadier than ever, although steady dating. Some teen-agera the boys and girls make up 308 Chlcopa, North Port
Toms River N. J.
says another tai cut may be forth. end wives each over 65 and each entitled the majority of boys point out that going steady is their own minds about steady Charlotte, from Texas.
still to not really serious for "They don't mind it to
and girls prefer play very dating.
made this lines who Mr. and Mrs. A. E,
coming if the on* year to retirement income credit, the field. most of the younger boys and some extent, but when the cou Ode-

lip to advance killing. have joint income derived entirely from To The Editor: Of 1091 teen-agers we ques girls Others feel going steady ple spend all their time to Card, Pointe, Venice Whitecap from Apartments .

"If the country responds, another tax dividends, totaling between $6,000 and tioned recently, 39 per cent toldus offers a comfortable sense of gether, it's going overboard," Chicago,
This is to let know thatI
you 15 of Cam. Mr. and Mrs Ken Welch,
This is in ,
cut be in order ud! Mortimer M. 10000. In instances he figures the they go steady. security. says Sandy Appel,
,, the
may some certainly appreciated contrast to 33 per cent in 1959 Ivamae Ivins, 18, of Allentown den, N. J.Although. !909 Cypress, Venice, from
Caplin, U. S. Commissioner of Internal hike will be 22.3 per cent more tai for splendid cooperation of your and 16 per cent in 1956 N J., disagrees. "They the teens admit dating Tampa.

Revenue. "It it hoped the second won't 1963 and a whopping 77.3 per cent more newspaper in helping me to One factor in the increase grow up faster and think begins at a younger age Mr. and Mrs Roy A. Bur.

tale. so long to convince the American for 1965 than for 1963. keep County the taxpayers that in thev the South must may be the earlier age at they're ready for the big step," and despite the growing popu. less, 1216 Mango, Venice,
aware which the teen-agers are start. she says "Kids start dating so larity of steady dating, the from Carmel, N. Y.
people this 7s the right thing to do." In the light of the congressman's calculations file their Homestead Ex .mptions ins to date Seventeen per cent soon that by the time they are young people deny the early Mr. and Mrs L. C. Woods,

According to Rep. James A. Haley, for how can these people stand Tangible Personal Prop. of the girls and 11 per cent of IT or 18 they've tried a lot and socializing leads to early mar 301 Nassau, Venice, from
and Intangible Tax Returns
erty the boys dated before they want to try more" adds Rob riage. Wisconsin.Compare.
some people over 65 the recently decreed another hunk of benevolence from Mr. before April 1.
12. Another 12 cent ert Glover, 16, of Westbury,
were per
'cut' Actually/ is going to be tiieable Whiskers, the benign giver of such gifts? Every time an item appear. of the girls and 20 per cent of N. Y.The.
ed it certainly reflected on the
the boys started going out between boys are more reluctant
m His Finest EpitaphDouglas number. of inquiries In our office 12 and 13. The year be. than the girls to be tied down.
tween 13 and 14 is the most Forty-five per cent of the !

MecArmwr'i military end ortoncal *- unbending in honest defeat, and humble WILLIAM N. STUART. popular to start dating 40 young women go steady, but
per cent of the boys and 27 per only 29 per cent of the boys
exploits have been recalled .t and gentle in victory. Tax Sarasota Assessor County. cent of the girls started social. have a regular girl friend Get the best car rental deal fromENOAB

length! in the past 24 hours by newspaper, "Build me a son whose wishes will not izing at that age. Paul Emery, 18. of New
radio and television and editor An overwhelming number Egypt, N J., speaks for the
newsmen take the place of deeds; a son who will ,
83 per cent of the girls and 78 young men, saving. "I want to
ialists." But nothing that the great old warrior know thee and that to know himself is per cent of the boys think know what tvpe of person I

did or said in his lifetime furnishesany the foundation stone of knowledge. Cancer DeathsAre more teens are beginning to really would want." before I

finer epitaph than the father's prayer date even earlier now than in settling<< down Suzanne Bran the only'difference is the low price
"Lead him, I pray, not in the path of previous years and 75 per cent son, 17, of Monroe, Mich., I
be wrote more than 20 years ago. ease and comfort, but under the stress and HigherA think their companions go thinks going steady "puts a
The Japanese, a few days before, had of difficulties and challenge. Here steady at an earlier age Only clamp on your social life." Offers you MORE Costs you LESS
launched their attack on Pearl Harbor, spur one-third however think earlier A strong minority agrees
the let him learn to stand up in the storm; total of 1175 deaths were dating leads to earlier mar with Jacqueline Mullaney 17, FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%
and the United States Pa.
losing
was here let him learn compassion for those recorded for all of Sarasota riage of Fnglochtown!( N. J., however Delivery Credit cards honored
cific war on every hand, when General county in 1963. Of this total Why Teen Rate "I care for the gUY
MacArthur took time from his desperate who fail."Build. more than 18 per cent, or 221 According to Audrey Grange enough not to want to go out Safety Seat Belts By the hour, day,

duties as commander of U. S. forces to me a son whose heart will be persons died from cancer. 17, of Chicago 111, "Social with other guys," she says Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month
The provisional information pressure has almost compelled Parent Approve
for hit! clear, whose goal will be high, a ton who
write a three-year-old son.
prayer was obtained from the 1963 people to date at an earlier Parental influence is obvious
It describes the kind of man that the will master himself before he seeks to Vital Statistics Report of the rge" And Pat Dennv, 18, of ]v a factor in dating Drive our New

general hoped his ton would grow up to master other men, one who will reach into Florida Stale Board of Health Detroit, Mich. adds "Parents whether steadv or casual and automatic shift 9 9
and the compilation of cancer are pushing kids to become 79 per cent of the teens have
the future the
be. therefore it also describesthe yet never forget past.
Indirectly, fatalities was i issued this week popular and date earlier" permission to go out. Only 15 2-door VALIANTS. $3
kind of man that Douglas MacArthur "And after all these things are his, in a special report made bv the The influence of older teensis per cent of the mothers and Also other fine ..... ....1_ ...,

tried to be in his own lifetime.The add, I enough of a sense of humor, state office of the Florida Di- also regarded as a major fathers give going steady their fU8 'or 24 Ins.
pray
vision of the American Cancer factor in early dating Steve approval however. CHRYSLER PRODUCTSat
record of General MacArthur'edeeds to that he may always be serious, yet Society in Tampa. Wunderle I 15. of Columbus Manv of the teen-aeerS say slightly higher rates. flat .s5t.t.5. PW HIM

through the 52 years of his militarycareer never take himself too seriously. Give him This special report also disclosed Ohio says "Young teens aa- their parents okav dating if

shows that he strove valiantly to humility, so that he may always remem. that the death rate from foclale with and are influenced they know something about
bv older one? Fred Huff 18 where and with whom their
Is still the increase,
live to his own standards. There can ber the of the cancer on
up simplicity true greatness, ( JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
from 7719 deaths In 1161 to a of Westhurv. N. Y., gays "the children are going. Other
be no more fitting tribute to the general I wisdom and the meekness .
mind of true ,
open provisional total of 9470 deathsin RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.1096
than to let his own words speak for him: of true strength. 13! Total deaths recordedfor
Four Hurt In Auto
"Build me a ton, 0 Lord, who will be Florida state-wide, during Mishapkept
strong enough to know when h. is weak, ,'Then I, his father, will dare to whisper, 1963 was 53,543According GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVenice
'I have not lived in vain., to a Societyepnkenmsn Three Venice youths and one going. There were no
and brave enough to face himself when an estimated 17- from Englewood were injured charges placed against the Shopping Center

be is afraid one who will be proud and -Polk County Democrat. 000 new cases of cancer will in a Monday afternoon auto- j ouths. CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER
mobile accident last week
on The
four youths were enroute
develop in the state during thp
is Cartwheels To Granules ('ominltWE'lve mcntrn Basedon the South Trail four and one- home after attending a cl'''j RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
half miles South of Sarasota. In mechanics at Sarasota HIgh
past estimates most prevalent ,..... .-
.1 They were Richard Curwood. School. I mmfmmmm WorW fastttt ( .Cat rantd.yrtom i >----- i-
r "On you got your granules home, august institution is running out of .li. new cases will posehlv 17, Hatchet Creek Road, who -- .. ...
occur as follows cancer of the ,
what would you do with them?" wonder. ver dollars So it is considering puttinga colon and reclaim 2200 now was kept overnight in Sarasota tr.." ,.., < : ,;:.,=;.. ,:;:.i: ,, ; ,..

ed a punled Treasury official. dollar's worth of silver into envelopesand cams; lun!!. 1800: breast, 1700, Memorial Hospital for obser r

The granules ere of silver, and the offering them in exchange for paper uterus, 1400, prostate, 1100, vation, Erwin Warren Ives,.
stomach, 750, leukemia, 500. 17, 130 Magnolia St., Englewood P
i
question was prompted by the latest skirmish silver certificates. Later it might offer It is not our Intention to ; Wayne Meyers, 17, Ven ys

in the great battle between the cubes or pellets. Officials nervously hope alarm citizens with these som ice; and Eddie Drew, 16, Venice b.' : % t', t

Treasury and the coin-collectors: and other the people won't consider these objects ber statistics, spokesman 4

silver-fanciers. Earlier (last) week long collector's items too. said but we do feel stronglythat Ives was driving the small the P\1Thro is if-
the general public should foreign-make compact on money
lines of silver-dollar seekers were besieging As to what anyone would in fact do be made aware of the serious way from Sarasota to Venice

the Treasury, while trucks and armored with little piles of silver dust, it car- threat of the rliseaie! All of us when another car cut in frontof to he 'saved

cart lined up to cart the cartwheels in tainly isn't clear. Except perhaps can- should face thp facts We Ives it lost at Sandalwood control when Road he
should know about
bulk to banks. template them for their symbolism daneer signals rnnccr'aseven We swerved to avoid a collision with a home
-The Wall Street Journal The turned over sever .. i
With this run on the Treasury, that should realize that regular compact
health checkups detect il times and came to rest : a

Ii : Poetry On CallThe cancer early enough may so that upside down. The other vehicle loan from: ?

proper treatment can be made -
and help lives .Sarasota.Fadoral
save
British News agency, Retuers reports to you will depend on your choice. During the American Cancer Swim .

from Paris that a telephone call You can choose the ballads of the Mid Society's 1964 educational and InS7<

to INV 06-03, a modest payment of 50 dle Ages, the love poems of the 17th fund-raising; Crusades, much 0

francs (about $10)) and e 20th Century and 18th centuries, or modern works of can and what be learned to do about about it cancer. It Is WaterAT

troubadour will recite poetry to you ell Jacques Prevert and Louis Aragon.The our hope that all citizens will v ad' r$1;
night in Paris'l latest "bring poetry into obtain cancer education literature 'itg
home" cultured Frenchman is now taking which is available without Warm Mineral ya,
vogue.The .d R lid
your advantage of "poetry service" to give his cost and that they will con. 4 CAi' n ,
idea originated in the fertile imagi. x ; t
tribute to the fund-raising Cru
wife her Springs
a pleasant surprise on birthday,
nation of a young French poet, Jean- sade sO that the Society's can.
( Pierre Rosnay, who now has a troupe of or to entertain friends at parties. cer control programs can be 12 Miles South of Venice I1 I'n' ,
I E
This idea has in expanded and intensified in the On US 41 'car ththt'.t
I 30 young actors and actresses working facinating possibilities year ahead .

under him in what he calls "poetry serv this country. For those not so cultured

I ice." such old favorites as "The Shooting of $4A ;

Il I Each actor specializes in a particular Dangerous Dan McGrew," or "The Face on GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPECIAL Everyone is looking for ways to save money on

(1ft g brand of poetry, and the troubadour sent the Barroom Floor" could be substituted. their new home. With a low service charge, low

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II ,t.. Library Column p'bq
Sarasota Federal
can save you money on your s'

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be from wherever you find the home of your choice, atop In and '
;: THE ATLANTIC monthly magazine for separated a library
4 hit moved. Here hit learn how our home financing experts can help .
over 100 years has been issued from the family are own

r. .', literary hub of Boston. words: ChIcken you save money. A

t t This month appropriately it celebrates Throughout my youth, Me /library/

NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK April 12 to rather than Me school itood for

i 1 18 with LIBRARIES AND LEARNING by education Here the mind was
,
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It began at the age of six when his READING IS THE KEY: that is the slo Stickney Point Rd.
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Lt. Stapleton Will Wed Mrs. Margret Enochs Heads



Virginian In August I

..' SeasonMrs
Mr and Mn Henry Walker BPW For 1964-65

Burruss of Tappahannock, Va
announce the engagement of
their daughter Kathryn Lucile, Margret Enoch of jll
I to Lt (J j.g.) Daniel Victor Pine Street Nokomis, was
Stapleton I Jr USNR, son of elected president of Venice .
i Mr and Mrs: D V Stapletonof Business and Professional

.''1"" f / 1"y 407 Maggiore Road. Women Club at the group's 9

yp4 1 A The Stapleton family form annual election meeting Wednesday

7 erly lived in Falls Church, Va at Early Wynn's Steak

Miss Burrusa i Ia a psychology House Elected with her, to serve for flI
major at Mary Washington( College -
the 1964-65 club season, were L
Fredericksburg, Va.
Mr. Ruth Sovereign, first vicepresident -

1* E4y1Ltk The groom-elect was gradu- ; Mrs. Ann Thompson 1i -
ated from the University of second vice-president: "
Virginia, where he received his Mrs Margaret Curwood corresponding .
degree in electrical engineer secretary; Mrs
rk
ing. Dorsey Tlschler, recording sec. R

He 1 Ia presently!] stationed in k tJKathryn < retary and Mrs. Dorothy ; &
treasurer.
Washington, D. C. Rhodes
Members of the nominating
/ An August wedding is plan committee were Mrs. Rhodes,
v Ladle Burruss I t trr
ned chairman and Mrs. Redford J
; t! _i L2 s2 Peg
.. and Mrs. Yvonne William \-
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(Gondolier photo by Bob Otwndorf *.

RTY.TWO GUESTS AND MEMBERS at- right, Mrs. Catherine Bear, past presidentof NPC Episcopalians Sign Approximately 40 memberswere

S'nded the reception the National Secretaries the Manatee chapter Mrs Mary Treat present Mrs. Hope
i nlemational) Assn gave for Its sponsoring Manatee president, and Mrs. Doris Schroeder Petition For Formal StatusAs Pierce, president, was in
)anatee: chapter Tuesday evening at SarasoL Venice Area Chapter president. Mrs charge and the slate was

Federal Saving and Loan Assn communT Virginia Home was in charge of reception South Florida MissionFormal unanimously elected

T room __Shown at the function are, left to arrangements Mrs. Enoch has been a li
member of the club for four

Club organization of St. first in the Community Center years, served as corresponding --":'".:-.....:.! "
Club Awards College Nathanial'i Episcopal Church, then in the Scout House, and secretary in 1962 and was
TrophiesAt
Bridge Elects OfficersOn North Port Charlotte, got underway now In the present location, the treasurer for the past year, She MRS MARGRET ENOCHS till
withthe signing of a old Sales Office near the lighthouse came here 10 years ago from
petition by 25 NPC Episcopal.lans Up to now, the congre Pontiac, Mich., and has beena a sophomore at Venice High 1 home of Mr. Irene Shodcey of
Friday Night Ceremonies Tuesday at a meeting Thursday at gation was too small to be an loan counselor .t Venice-No.( School Her major hobby is I Cypress Ave Wednesday at

Officers of the Venice Area the former General Development organized mission, and was a komis Bank for the past five bowling and she i Ia secretaryof I 8:30: p.m. for members and
even member. of the Ven- Nealon College Club will be elected at Sales Office, NPC. preaching station" years. the Sunday Night League.I I guests Reservation must be =

Contract Bridge Club raved The mixed Pain Trophy, for the group's yearly business This will be the newest of At this meeting, eight men She has a year-old daugh. The club will have a spaghetti received by Mr, Shockey by 6
the club'* four yearly which the tournament was heldin meeting Tuesday at Myakka more than seventy missions to were elected to the Vestry ter, Suaan VanDeusen, who is supper and social at the pm today
jrnhief Friday at Venice Civic February, went to Adm. and Lanes Gourmet Room. be established in South FlorIda Committee, the governingboard
|ter wIth President Robert Mrs. Robert Huston Mrs George Edmondson requests in the next decade, The of the Mission, under the I
Indley making! the awards Col Ira Nelson was Individual members\ be presentfor Rev. Peter G. Madson, priest. Bishop.

jMn! James Kalec and Wiln Tournament winner of the the formulating of club policy in-charge, said They are: Simon J. Alexander 5
| Prior received the Tom George Denison Trophy, givento for the coming year i activities The petition will go to Bis- Mike Caffe. Allan McPartlin -
i aver Memorial Trophy, for the club by the late Mr. hop Henry I. Louttit, head of J. H. "Husky" Payne Edwin sarpr I e t
|t ch the play was held in De. Denison who, with Tom Weaver A noon luncheon meeting the South Florida Diocese, and C. Sander, William R
-ibtr. was one of the club found. will precede the business ses upon his approval the congregation Troughton, Romeyn L. Utley,
of the January Open era sion. W. C Burnett Sarasota can be admitted to the all of North Port Charlotte
\I'JJ\neri and crit convention organized Harold N. Wood, of Warm I
Tournament and recipii Club I activities continue newspaper columnist as an and
n
of that trophy, awardedthe through the summer. Mrs E ic, will speak on "A Citizen's mission. Mineral Springs.
seventh year, were Miss A. Deeds of Sarasota is non- Responsibility in Conservation Episcopal services have been Mr Wood was also elected
." held in NPC since Jan 6. 1963Woman's .
delegate, and Mr Trough-
i lei 1 Monson and Mrs J, J playing director. a ,
t son, sue rnale' to t h e annua 1
Diocesan Convention to be heldIn
Daytona Beach April 21, 22
Club Installs Officers and 23.The .

member of St. Nathaniel
'* have converted the old
sales office into a chapel
which is open at all times for 4t. '77 '1 I
At Thirty-Eighth Birthday Party rest and meditation. Servicesare
held Sundays at 9:15: a.m.
by The Rev. Mr. Madson.
r Officers of Venice-Nokomis second vice-president; Mrs S' .
Woman Club were Installedat C. Turkenkoph, secretarysecretary ; --
(Gondollw photo br Bob ObMMlorf
the group' thirty-eighth ; Mrs. William Bose
birthday luncheon Wednesdayat assistant secretary; Mrs. Ernest DAR Chapter OFFICERS OF VENICE GARDEN CLUB for Mrs. C L. Schlier, second vice-president;

the North Harbor Drive Exon, treasurer, and Mrs. 1964-65 season were installed at the group'* Mrs Donald C. Stevenson, president Mrs. I
clubhouse. Henry B. Lake, assistant treasurer meeting April 2. They are, left to right, Mrs. William F. Harney, first vice-president, and
Some 100 members and Mrs. Paul Nowland and Hears TalkWednesday Raymond Edge, corresponding secretary, Miss Anne Lynch, treasurer

guests were present at the Mrs W. S. Rinehart were elect- Mr. Von E. Henroid, recording secretary;
ceremony at which Mrs. Lewis ed to the board of directorsfor --
and installed -
ptap'Iw Hester for retiring the last president time before, presided with one-year Miss terms Gladys Bans and Mrs. VanLill Does Card Party Venice Stamp Club

Mrs Donald Stevenson, elect-
Beach. Meeting Tomorrow
her departure for Vero ,
v after one ed for two years Members of Myakka Chapter Set ThursdayThe
had resigned
She Is New Head Led By Youngberq
of the two-year presidency Mrs. Guy Halladay playedthe Daughters of the American
year Revolution, will hear a Patriotic
birthday greeting to the Benevolent and Venice Stamp Club will meet
club. The speakers table was talk on "The First Continental Of Order of Does, Drove 141, will
Mrs. Frank Burton a past Epiphany tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at the
Held by The National -
the cere covered with a white lace Congress sponsor a card party Thursday community room of Sarasota
,
president, performed briefly on cloth. A gold and white three- Society in 1891" at their at 12:30: p.m. at Elks Hall Federal Savings and Loan
monies and spoke meeting Wednesday at 1:30 p Mrs Arthur VanLill form.
to Mrs. tiered cake centered the ar- a Those attending may play Assn.
the club, Mrs gratitude J Fergus Hunter rangement of bouquets of m. nt Venice Bridge Studio er winter visitor who is nowa the card games of their choice. President George Youngberj
Hester
white chrysanthemums and Speaker will be Mrs. Thomas permanent resident, was Mrs Ralph Anderson may be will be in charge.
her
... .-J ---- succeeds in garland The seventy-third elected president of Epiphany
yellow hibuscus a Richardson. called for reservations. The public is invited.
(Gondolfer Photo by Bob OWndorf) Other new officers are MrsJ arrangement. Mrs. Lewis Eaton congress will be held in Wash- (Catholic) Guild at the group's

1-MRS FRANK BURTON, MRS. LEWIS HESTER AND I W Allen first vice Busbey-presii ,- was in charge of decorations ington, D C. April 2023. meeting Tuesday.

MRS J. FERGUS HUNTER i dent, Mrs. Margaret: During the business meeting Other new officers are Mrs. EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
Mrs Hunter announced the Mrs Harry Alber will report Joseph Nourse, vice-president;

following committee chairmen: on the state conference heldIn i Mrs Elmer Ricker, second EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
March 31- vice-president Miss Ellen b
Mrs. Stevenson, ways and Jacksonville ;
means; Mrs J. Leiehton Com April 2.Members. Bresnahan, (reelected) secretary A TRADITIONALLet
Mrs. Elgin requested to and Mrs Edward Knob,
well, program; are i, us style your favorite vase
and citizenship the meeting new or (reelected) treasurer
Morison, legislation bring to or ceramic Into beautiful lamps ia
; Mrs Samuel Eggert, used towel. handkerchiefs and Also during the business r
music: Mrs. Rinehart, library: costume jewelry which will be meeting! arrangements were WI RewMng Restyling !
) Mrs Nowland civic and wel- sent to Mrs. Robert E. Lange made for the St. Augustine All Lamp Repairs
) fare Mrs. Archie Wood, publicity Sr. to be sold at the Indian Diocesan Council convention
;
v?tv : Mrs. D. C Gordon remembrance Reservation outlet store at Lac set for May 11 through 13 at Wort! by Exp rt( ncd Designee end

:' 4 +. ; Mrs Herbert C. der Flambeau, Wis Lido Beach, and new members Cnfttmen

Elam, decorations; and Mrs Hostesses will be Mesdames were introduced.
LAMPLIGHTER SHOP
THE INC.
J. Carrol Loughlin, social Homer Perdue Ivan Carter, The program for the day wasa

t' +.. f at t house Also and Mrs.grounds Thelma, Mrs.Tresher Char Cady Lorraine and J Common. Carroll, Loughlm Walter. Place panel in the discussion Diocesan" on Councilof "Our t 204 N TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA

inS les Brunet, membership; Mrs. -- Catholic Women.
Y
1fb,1 : f Walter Wolf bylaws; Mrs. ----,
: -
Henry B Lake Junior advisor Benefit Dance

41 ; Mrs. T S. Carpenter Jun.

,'4 for advisor; Mrs. Robert Wilcox Set SaturdayA
Miss
:, duplicate bridge;
Lothman social cards; ., '
Anne
r .S Mrs. Robert W Hardee, Jun. public dance from 9 p.m YOU CAN'T GO WRONG

lor chairman, Mrs. Earl D. to 1 a.m., will be held Fridayat
s Junior co-chairman Englewood American Lepton WITH
Edge, ;
\ H auditorium. ,
Mrs. William Birmingham
The Englewood Boy Scout I
served as the 19631964 pub. I
hefty i sponsoring the event to raise
Installation of a central air activities.
.
1iAY ,4jpt' for scouting
conditioning system in the money I
clubhouse during the summer Admission will be $1 a per. CANDIDATEFOR

was approved by the member son and music for dancing will

4i: ship, be furnished by Englewood e
Orchestra
f Volunteer Hoedown

,aO&._ Tickets Scouts may, the be dance purchasedfrom committee COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
... ." -*.----- Hicks Host Grange
Jiff**. Condoltor( photo b' Bob OIMndort) and at the door.

Mrs. Margaret Robert Hicks Aaron Von TUburg Is In
Not present was Mr and Mrs.
I Club officers, Turkenkoph. will host the Venice Grange charge of arrangements, as-
vice-president.
SRSfWSTW: Lake, Mrs Busbey, social get-together Wednesdayat sisted by Don Wetks Sr,

Wen. Mr.._ Rose,_ die Hunter and Mrs 10:30 a.m. at their Middle Charles Yale, Hugh Green, 1GH1 DISTRICT 5
---- w
VG Potluck bet Road, Nokomis, home George Austin, Jay Fitting, aoBERt bat,
Friends of the members and James Fox Ben Lane, John

P'oman's Club Plays Cards Wednesday I For WednesdayA Those visiting attending Grangers are are requested Invited. White Scoutmaster, William Lee E Walker Herdman and,

These are "pitch-In" potluck supperfor their sandwiches and I'Assistant Scoutmaster Bill
reservation to bring
Mrs. Burnam Jones will be ed for required Venice Gardens residentswill 'Moore
not
1 charge of the Venice-Noko- requested, though at be held Wednesday, April place service
is played I
'.e Woman' Club social card Duplicate bridge Thursday 15, at 6 pm at the Venice VOTE "WRIGHT"MAY

'rip' Wednesday at 1 p.m. ate the clubhouse every Gardens Recreation Center. GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
all
North Harbor Drive club- The event will be open to
of the subdivision,
"U&e. IIAV Meets TodayVenice residents and non-member tl!!
members
She will be assisted by Mrs. both Venice Gardena Member Chamber of Commerce 5thPRIMARIES
'lr'' of the
'velacs Henlein. and Mrs. Leslie Hospital Auxiliary Recreation Association, as wellas DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE

Volunteers will meet today guests and Air Conditioning
Ambers, guest and friends noon at St Mark's Episcopal Venice Gardens resident Heating
1 Invited and may play the Church parish hall will be contacted by a telephone Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas
'Ird
game of their choice. Guest speaker will b* Mr. committee and asked Water HeatersFree
'or Prizes will be awarded like to Ranges
West Coast DIs- what food they would
'* refreshments will be servo Ray Perkins director, of Florida Hospital prepare A Recreation Center Estimate Paid Political .*.d By B, W. (Pat) Kearney, Campaign: Trtaturerr
trict spokesman laid a large turn' No Job Too Big or Too Small\
Assn.
Mrs Walter Geiser, chair. anticipated So Trail Venice Ph. 488.2271 1
requested to out for the affair is 263 ---
an. Members are
requests that either she '
lot a bang up" success.
: Ma. Earl Browning be call bring their owa sandwich- ,.



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PA.GE SIX
THE G 0 N DOLI E It MONDAY APSE 'n

Beatty OffersToolproof I -



Menu 1b 0 .




For Delayed MealsCombine M A R K B3 T S B :,,,. v ,,+w M S vig

in one man a taste aaav5...., ,,.a. ...,. ..,,,5
for good food and time-con
turning hobbies like golf and
.
bridge with many year training
as a business executive:
then you have a menu-planner
whose creations can wait and
wait and wait on the laggard
guests, without Penny-Sorer Limit 2 PleaseBLEACH Swirl's Pay

apoiling Such ii the qt. IOe d'U, :?; 39'

I foolproof C. Edgar Beatty menu sin Sarasota Brand Chipped i Beef, Hans or Turkey.

[ submits today Red or Yellow Hawaiian

4 for the GONDOJ .. Turkey.... ............. 3 ft; 99'Swift's
\ LIER food column
46-ox.
PUNCH 3 : $1 Premium Bor-B-Q Beef, PeNt orSliced
Beatty grew cant

} J up in and Pennsylvania after Morton's Plain or I Iodised Ham . . ....... ST 59

.4 1Beatty I service in WWI agg
he rejoined a SALT 2 26-ot. 27'R
coke-brokerage company for pkgs.
which he had worked a short pOlii.c ops
time before his military ser-
\ice He stayed in this business
until his retirement. In 1938 he down produce latter
formed his own company in
Pittsburgh, with his former
associates! and served s. director Firm Western Iceberg lb. 59CLettuce
and secretary until his
retirement at which tune the
company was sold. 2heads29cEITHER

During WWII as a representative END OR WHOLE
of the Coal Producing
Board, he worked with the federal
government !supplying coal PORK LOINROAST
to all the service branches
here and overseas.

He was a regular bowler on
the Pittsburgh Athletic Club S
league while there and played fl1Jiib
golf in the low 70's at Wildwood -
Country Club, Pittsburgh ,
Field Club and Edgewood
Country Club.
1
Now since coming here with
Mrs Beatty about five years
ego, he la enjoying the lary
Venice life and his golf games.
Beatty recommends the following lb.
) menu if guests are expected C
at an indefinite time or
it one wants to head for the
golf course or beach without
having to worry about dinner a
preparation upon return.

Pot Roast !Meal PRICES '
Select a 44 to 5V4 pound pot M r
roast and sprinkle a package EFFECTIVEMOM. t '
of Mrs. Crass French onion :
ryX
., TUES., WED.,
coup mix on top. Spoon on a rllli ,t
s
can of condensed mushroom APRIL 13, 14, 15, 1964
soup Cover and place in a alow
oven ((273 degrees) and forget
about it until an hour before
dInner. It should cook for about 14C
three hours before :
adding carrots \M&L114 c
smaU onion., and potatoes
if desired Cook for another -
hour. If dinner is delayed,
turn down the oven and continue
cooking; the meat will
still be moist and good if cooked -
hours longer. Serves 4 to 8.
Serve with this a tossed sal e
ad, a fresh green vegetable if dairy specials
desired and x.- .
'
Icebox Cake ( r

1 pkg. Nabisco sugar wafers, Sweet or Buttermilk I
crushed fine ((44 01. u n
pkg.) Pillsbury's Biscuits "
H cup butter
1 cup powdered !sugar
:2 eggs, separated 6 r.g.

H cup chopped toasted fine almonds, cons 49i'L: ::

1 pt. fresh strawberries (or
other berries) Mn. Filbert'.
'1 cup sugar
1 cup whipping cream. MARGARINE
t Put one-half the crumbs In
an 8 by 12 inch cake pan or
bakIng dish. Cream together :;:
the butter and powdered sugar c2:49C
until fluffy; add the beaten egg
yolks then fold in the beaten
egg whites Spread this mix.
l' ture over the crumbs and frozen foods
sprinkle on top most of the
I chopped almonds, reserving a
.i crumbs.few to add to the top layer of Minute Mold Frozen

,; Crush the berries slightly, ORANGE JUICE
mix with the sugar and spread
j{ over the other ingredient in
the pan. Top this with the 3 cons99c i
i whipped cream which has been e a
flavored with one-half tsp. vanilla 7
j'' and sweetened with one
Patio Combination
tbs
I sugar. Then sprinkle over
1 the whipped cream layer the MEXICAN DINNERS
1 remaining half of the crumbs 'ataaeFUPOa''
and the remaining chopped almonds
1 Cover the pan with 1.
wax paper and chill for 12 3gepkg.
Ii hours before serving.
'1 Do not attempt to unmold '
''S I :.\ but cut in the desired number

t from of pieces the and pan lift with one at a a wide time SO er I UVU5O 50 mlr' '\ "UUUVO'g1

spatula or. pancake turner. Will l Green Stamps J" Green
serve 12.Epfscopal
I ...foIe_..,........ I ..*All MM
; MAVIS TALCUM OWDIR oa 'i' t
I Women DJIR KISI' TALCUMOWDIR :o mow stampJ a

Plans For Fall Event QOOUUOOOOOOOOOOOOO 10-os.M tax) '+a.a'50ft.''' sow..roll. t I f b WHERE SHOP, IIIG 0 X P.LEi1S

Change
May Meeting

Plana for a November bazaar 50 TEAm50 FfO1 i a
'I' 50mlrTAAm50
and a change in the May meet Venice

I\ ing women date of of St.Episcopal Mark were Church. JlI Green StampsBRO'MO J"( Green Stamps Vitof

r nounced at the group's meet an I .. ...4....._... I slC. ...1 wadw.1. P
f ins; Tuesday. .SELTZER CARNATION INSTANT DRY MILK Shopping Center ,
The May meeting will be large seal 69e I
t ten 1 1-qt. pkgi. 89c ", T"'a
: held, in conjunction with Ascension ...+..> WM. are It IM4 .., .
?, Day corporate communion Du r MIX: rt::: t[ rsow. awnto :

on May 7 and annual 00000000000000000000 Store
Hours
i meeting reports will be given :
at that time. UUO EXTRA5O: : I I'
Mrs. Walter Johns and Mrs 5OEXTRA55O
.!J Charles Rickard were appointed ; ; M on. Fri. 8:30: 9:00
cochairman for St. Mark' J;l Green Stamps J" Green :
I Market Day on Nov. 21. Mrs I ...6''._..,_..... I MaaL..Me./p.A.-. Stamps.. I I rwJLIA r
i P Johns requested that members RR AFT's STRAWBERRY PRESERVES
I I work during the summer on 18os. |Jo, SSe LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP ;M A R K t T Sat. 8:30: 7:00r :

bazaar Summer articles workshops, the r:;:, sow.. sirs ,.. t.ust r'I' '6 10.rej.'... w.list... )a..11 bars,..58e,_, % IIinns

dates to be announced later, mmmmmm OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ] Na
an being planned.


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< THE GONDOLIER' '>AGE MIl







I I'I'f'' 1 c' L'A" S91'h.FI ED".AU.S T ..ST D. .#{; Nokomis rtneh-hlttlnc By MARY ALICE for Bertha Nettings MURRAY Perkins for enioyableday an of _TRY GOLF-




-.....---'" JJ Mr. and Mrs George Grls- whom they are acquainted had SARASOTAGOLF
dale have had a visit from arranged\ with each other CLUB
their son Pvt Walter Grlsdale that whichever one was able

I between assignments in the to communicate with a relative DAILY GREEN

CLASSIFIED Lots For Sale Rentals Wanted To Buy PersonalsWILL Army. He did his basic training back East would leave a list of FEES . . $3.I .00
". at Fort Knox Ky., and was names for that person to call Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
: ELK: INLET Seawalled assigned thereafter to the the various relatives of their t
RATES
prix UNFURNISHED, New 3 Bed- BAND SAW, tilting arbor SHARE home in Nokomis South of Sarasota
ate boat bum.. E. L. Kilton. room home Nice location. my Quartermasters Corps in the friend. In their nearby com
bench saw vibrating sander with another
,
Bavahore Drive Nokomis. lady. Petroleum Products Analysis munity In A.aska to reaffirm
Ratet, both Thursday Nice lawn and reasonable rent. .
Charge Jointer, other wood-working Must know how to drive. Retired
Phone 4261464. division at Fort Lee, Va. He that they had not been harmed
,
and Monday Edition Houses For Sale tools. 4881680. lady perferred. Call 488- was born in Royal Oak, Mich., and little damage to their various

S1.5C NICELY FURNISHED large 4319 evenings and went to Albion College and ; properties there. They NEED MONEY? ""i
VENICE GARDENS room near beach. Kitchen Help WantedMALE. then entered nil basic train. are some of the few who are in

((12 word Waterfront $17,600 privileges if desired. Phone Lost ing. Ha now is on his way to good circumstances after sucha Would you lie to ,have ;
.
minimum Full time dishwasher
Additional! 6e 3 bedroom, two baths (show.er 4881050. Germany. What a wonderful I devastating time. some money in escrow to ,/
Apply Venice Yacht Club.
off Master Bedroom), opportunity these boys do have protect your family or but-!
SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING
DUPLEX. Close to Jetties andbeach.
both closed garage, Florida room SALES WORK, 8 to 4, 5 days Yean ago It was an expression floss in case of your seesported ,
CASH rte, urd.yEditions One bedroom twin and diamond wedding ringon ""
,
built in stove and oven, eat. a week. Earn $120 plus per "Join the Navy and seethe HOMETOWN dealth! or disability
Monday beds, air conditioning and television Nokomis Beach off pavilion. ;
and ]
World. Now
ing space In kitchen, washer, $65 per month. 805 Higel week. Automatic monthly renewals Reward. Contact The Gondolier Join any CLAIM SERVICE if you can qualify I can ar '
branch of the servicesand .
dryer, drapes and vacation armed "5'
S1.40 mower. Dr.. Apt. 1. Call! 438-3802 after paid group Newspaper Cells range 1 % 3% loan.
be sent anywhere in the
Central water and sewer and insurance This Is not insurance
extra for 5pm. sales Call Benvenuti 9 to world! All good luck to you "Y=- PAUL E. SANDERS
|(12 word minimum) pump watering. ..rHUGH
Additional Word*, each Se First class condition. TRAILER with Cabana, carport 12. Sarasota 3551722.ANNOUNCEMENT. Mobile Homes Pvt. Grisdale and we do hope "mMnawMT" McPHERSON Ph. 488-6733 488-5lbJ i

MYRON McGLYNN, Realtor screened porch, until For Sale you enjoy your sojourn to Eu P59-142 488.6567

,? AeAe.rx ,"," Y rwF'aw 452 Shamrock Ph 488-4974 Nov. 25th. Dell Goodhart Pa. rope. 'V"
_... .. Is hereby made that the Civil
110< S dua Court Rt. -
.... 2, Nokomis.
...I.en....... lk.r..r.... 2 BEDROOMS, 2 Baths. VenIce Service Board of the City of 10' :x 48 VINDALE ALUMINUM The gay and happy family
110'A p"valve ...... rf r5 env rw Gardens. Furnished or 2 ROOM APARTMENTS $55 Sarasota will hold a Police 2 bedrooms, tiled bath of the WOLFER MOTORS Inc.

........,......_Y.,hJ "ell-'. MaslwlMr. unfurnished. Newly decorated a month, including utilities, Entrance Examination on gas heat large gas tank, wall get-together families over Easter John Johnston was RAMBLER DODGE
1- Inside and out. Phone 4883769. 504 Armada Rd., S. 3 room April 28, 1964. Applicationsfor oven Kelvinator, sliding doors, nearly shattered last week but ?315 S. Tamiaml! Trail 488.3965-488-6150 )
apartments, $65, 518 ArmadaRd. examination will be ac. exceptional closet space and III
J CLASSIFIED DISPLAY turned out the happy occassion .
SPECIALIST IN. .
NEW HOME d
Corner Lot 2
until S.OO cabinets, TV antenna awnings,
S. Weekly rates also. After cepted : p.m., April
all had looted forward to.
One Edition, per Inch $]00 Bedrooms, 2 Bath, Florida 5 p.m call 4742569. Special 17, 1964.Beginning. covered patio. Nice locationand they ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTBrake
brother and sister-in-law
Both Editions, per inch $3.50 Room, Air Conditioned. Cen for yearly tenants-10 per cent salary $4,310.00 wonderful neighbors. Lot The Repair Lubricate Chassis
of Mrs Johnston were there,
I tral heat, 2 blocks from Venice 150 or call at office. HARBOR .
discount April through Septem Annually who have a son and daughter. Front End Alignment Oil Change
AR classified ads payable 'tntdvence Beach Casino Phone 4885741. ber. After six months satisfactory LIGHTS. in-law and two granddaughters Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beamt

Moapt stablWiedtoeovnk VENICE GARDENS ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY service, $4,52600 1964 AIRSTREAM Land Yacht. assigned to Anchorage. He is Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs

Furnished $15,500 Apartment, heated pool. W. After Annually Used three weeks. Self con. Capt. Jerry Nabors, USAF. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard I'
Air conditioned Central Venice Ave. Reasonable rates. one year service tained. Sleeps four. Extras. Ph. Saturday was a pretty anxious Radio Repair Transmission Repair

I CANCELLATION or Heat Week month or yearly. Phone All$4.810:00 applicants: Annually.must be 21 488-4864. Lot 97, Harbor Lights day for them after the Alask Airconditioninq; Repairs and Installation
ADJUSTMENT Living, dining and one bed. 488-3681. Mobilesites. a n disaster. Fortunately
room to years of age and not over 33 enough they happened to be at
Rtqeash for cancellation ... opens large screen ,
or adjustment b.c au. e of porch that closes with plastic 3 BEDROOM house on the :years of age Good at health time of is ap) 28x8 n. GLIDER Trailer. Birch a place where the least dam-
pointment. required
shades Large lot, city Interior. Attached 12x10 ft. are occurred and were able to
mast b. mad for water. Nicely furnished and
vision 20/30 without
nor water 2 bedrooms, H4 baths ; Cabana, screened and curtained. get a clear telephone line
BEFORE clean. Air conditioner, screen
TWtday Gondolier built-in stove and oven, ref., ed porch and carport. Yearlyor glasses, 20/20 with glasses; Fully equipped for living. through shortly after 2 p.m. I
I fjn. o* Monday. For Mon washer, deep freeze, TV set, consider reserving for next minimum height for Policemen Lot 63, Park Ave., Venice Municipal All ia the families were surely I
diy Gondolier BEFORE 5ajn. lawn mower and 5 ft. 8 in. Trailer Park. reassured hearing their I
garden
season. North Port Charlotte,
on Thur.day. tools. Terms. 4883681. Application blanks may be voices. The young people with I REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
obtained in the Personnel Of.

I PHONE 452 MYRON Shamrock McGLYNN. Ph., 488-4974 Realtor 2BDR. UNFURNISHED house. fice, Room 9, City Hall. Boats For Sale
Publl.hAtrtl I A II. 1MI
488-3125 Dining room, large living MARK 30 H.P., on 16-ft. GULF Wanted Duplex In wonderful location. Small
VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 room. Quiet section, near shop MAID White some experi : I
; bedroom, 1H baths, panelled ping. Phone 488-4412. ence. Phone 4883416. LINER, with remote con WINTER RESIDENT desires
Florida room, Cathedral ceiling trols. Some accessories and a enclosed garage space one down payment with good terms on

I Call 488- 397. 2 BEDROOM Furnished apartment WANTED Driver-Salesman needy trailer for one seventy- car, from late April to Nov.

.1 Real Estate Large kitchen and living Hood's Dairy, Inc., 1301 S. nine on the line. 4883802. Box 465' Casey Key, Nokomis balance. For further information
704 SERATA ST., Venice 2 room. Also a 3 room furnished Venice By.Way.
( bedroom, C.B. house. Florida apartment. Summer 20ft. HIGGENS, 145 H.P., call 488.6413 4084196. tIo
or
WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITt room, one bath, nice living rates Phone 4883785 Eves. FORMER MARINES, receive semi-cabin, radio, search YOUNG MEN fulfill your military
i Combined professional room with fireplace, kitchenand 488- 994. four ((4)) days pay each month light electric windshield wiper, obligation with only six I
\ fir email business UM with dining area. Utility car. for one weekend drill. Regu roomy, sleeps 2. Ideal for offshore months active duty. Return
\ bJl1\'. Short walk to two shopping ) port. Lot size 60'xl50'. Contact CENTRALLY LOCATED lar credits toward retirement fishing. Will take trade, for service with your local Marina .I

,, centers, schools banks, William Leonard<< 402 SullivanSt. Apartments, on yearly or plus the added earning powerof $3,250 00. We also have more Reserve unit. Call 838-1911 'I I
i I on U.S. 41 corner Room for ex- ., Punta Gorda, Fla. monthly basis. Vacationer. two weeks summer camp In than 100 boats listed with our Tampa, for details I
,''pai ion and parking. Byron welcome. Armada Apts., 408 California in August. CaU 836- brokerage dept. 23ft. to 6 .ft. __
Markle Realtor. Phone 488- I BI>R BKAITTT IN VENICE. Armada Rd., S. 1911 Tampa, for details Gas or Diesel powered. Hansen
...,. ...
nub EMT Tor.
i
C09 CALL LOU JACOB, 4M-1IIT Chris-Craft Sales, Inc.. 1201
LARGE FURNISHED 3 room. Business Personals North Tamiaml Trail Sarasota. Real Estate CornerNew I
W OF WATER FRONTAGEon BEST BUY in Venice Gardens. Apartment. Weekly Monthly Phone 958. 515.
South Creek Bay. In Sor- 2 bedrooms, bath and half I Yearly. Reasonable! Phone TYPEWRITERS and Adding

mto Shores Paved Street large utility room, carport, 488-3785. Eves 488- 994. Machines (mechanically operated ; Boat Trailer _

htfi aud dry. $25 per ft. Terms. screened porch. On a large corner ON PRIVATE ESTATE at Osprey ) Chemically cleaned, IFWHETHER YOU'REBUYING .

Ask: for Lauden at sales office lot. Terms as low as $1,400 two large bedroom like new. Just $12 50 plus parts 14.FT. BOAT TRAILER. Reas
of Sorrento Shores 4 miles down. 380 Hillview Rd., Phone ,It required All makvs Venice I I
4882894. apt., living room tile bath Stationers 211 W, Venice Ave. onable. 1028 Myrtle Ave., 2-bedroom, 2-bath, with nice OR
north of Venice.
and fur
Frigidaire, gas stove 488-S113. Venice. SELLINGYou're
i BEAUTIFULLY 2 nace TV, garage space, furnished Wonderful loca-
Landscaped screened I
TRAIL FRONTAGE TO CANAL or unfurnished. Annual BOAT TRAILER, in good con porch. Best Values Ar. I
bath Central
6 adjoining lots with Bedroom 2 Home, dition. Harbor Lights Mobile
month. Found HERE)
basis only $100 per
Water and Sewer. Reduced
Waned tion. Small down payment. Easy iV j
Ttmiami 100' each Trail on newly(U.S. 41)\ with from $17,500 to $$15,900.00 for Quiet, no lawn to mow Phone SHEPARD SiteS. Lot 41,

depths ranging from 223' to quick sale Byron Markle, Seaman, 9662825. LUMBER CO. terms. For information call .,

333' to 60' wide 5' ,Realtor, 4884706.WATERFRONT. EFFICIENCY -
backing up I I AIR CONDITIONED 1003 N. Washington" Blvd. Jo
deep canal with access to inter- apartment. Available
488.6413 4884196INTERESTED
HOME. 2 bed. Sarasota or
......
coastal waterway zoned R-3. rooms m bath., garage, April 1. Adult. At 251 Nassau. call
Ideal sites for motel restaurant dock Reasonable. Margaret Call or see Larry Redford, Associate -

I marina, filling station, Drive Laurel Villa. 488.2464. Chips Johnson Real ELLIOTT PAULfor ....;;"< 0'
co-ops( ) and so forth. This is the Estate, 306 W. Venice Ave.
.
j Trail front..ge of Sorrento ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice Phones 488.2241 or 4882279. ROOf' TRUSSES (
j Shores Will sell one ot or all section of Venice. Two bedrooms Doors.Contract Tiephon tSEpSOFf
Alum. Windows &
us lots for $12,000 each two baths, screened 1 BEDROOM furnished apart
j Nokomis ment. Yearly Inquire Ava- Roofing & Painting ? INTERESTED
Terms. Phone Venice 488 5027, porch and carport, 1001
or visit Sorrento Shores Sales Ave., So., Venice $14,000. Ion Apts, 505 Barcelona. Phone 488-2132 Venice I 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened

Office located 4 miles N. of Low down payment. No closing MODERN, alrconditloned I H. H. Wfmmtrs' Realtor' Porch, attached carport Oil
Venice, 9 miles S. of Sarasota. costs. Can 488-701. draperies 488-4488 heat
stores available in South Dressmaking, alterations, -

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. I Venice Shopping Center. For etc. reasonable 488.1130 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I OS East Aurora .

Large enough for thirt n GOLDEN BEACH near gulf information call 488- 858. AM{ for w..... Union Telegraph $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED A

Iota with 15,000 sq. ft. In each. Two bedrooms, two baths. CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 1 Monday thru FrWey t to 5; Saturday to I H. N. WIMMERS

Zoned R-l. On county maintained 30 foot Florida room bedroom furnished house. CLOSED SUNDAYS
street :200 ft. West of Screened porch. 488-1333 488- REALTOR
t Timiami Trail 3V4 miles on 112 ft. comer lot. 21M HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. Miami Ave.

North of Venice V ml. South 519 GULF STREET 488.5308
of Sorrento Shores. $19.000 Misc. For Sale s_ I Ia Jerry/S Aaca.aUPPOars 6HOra AND

terms. Call Venice 488-5027 or NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar- ,',' ale 5.0.8 T. C.5oaw a C.,,. a
488.791. each side. ARVIN 20-in. Automatic reversible
dens. 2 bedrooms
5.51.55 a ApSise sad Bs'sU g Fw. r This
Central heat and air-condition fan, with roll-about NEW Space
Lie P.I"a s.d 5.ksbn HOME VENICE
ed. Attractive lake location. pedestal. Practically new con-

Lots For Sale Phone 488-4885 or 488- 651.a dition. A firm $35. Call 488-4479. Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP NOKOMIS AVE. JUST SOUTH OF SAN MARCO AvailableFor

Deacon bench 2-Bedroom l-Bath Large Living Room and Dining
55' a 125' BAY POINT LOT, BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot ANTIQUES Specialist 'in Arch Support and Orthopedic Shoes
Area Kitchen Frigidaire Elee. Stove and Your
city water and sewer. pictures, 3 piece living room Refriger.
Nokomis. Mile from beach. Walk to school and store. $7.250 set. Many other articles. 517 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL -. .VENICE.... ..... ator Laundry Room Plus Utility Room with Extra
High .. ... ,
Make .8.
dry. Value $1,350. .3415. Nn. 15. to 4 Cad W Ui f> .
488
offer, 488-0829. 30 per cent below cost! Call So. Harbor Dr Phone Commode And Wash Tub Florida Room Central Heat Real EstateAdvertisement
488.1510 after 4 or weekends. end Air Conditioned Large Trees
JALOUSIE WINDOWS various
WILL SACRIFICE good equity BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool sizes. Cheap. Phone Charles INSTALL A REAL VALUE AT $16,000.00

In two lots at Port Charlotte home. 2 bedrooms, den, Florida Clapp 488.4806.AUTOMATIC .
hr $300 total. Phone 488-5401. room. 21x31 screened patio. FRANK C. RAEBURN ..- --
Furnished if desired. Good fi- SOFT DRINK .; WEATHERTRONAll REALTOR ATTENTION MR. & MRS. p
SPECIAL } close to still under
LOTS Machine,
Ave. Englewood Vending
ninclng 2102 Georgia 2SI W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600 488.2649 >
schools, shopping center and Grove City. warranty for half price. B & W ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP "RIGHT-PARTY"
Hwpital. $1,995.00-10 cent Auto Repair 629 E. Venice
per at the right price, your future
ail flown three, easy terms. Take one 488-or Homes For Trade Ave. 4883502. I home Is now available It hat
Byron Markle.
4708. RIDING MOWER, almost new, a4.l 2 bdrms, 2 full title baths,
WILL TRADE HOMES. 2 Bedroom $113.00 less than> Man Bros HEATING l large livingroom, full dining-

BEAUTIFUL LOT in Sorrento IVi baths, CB. home, price. H. L. Scott Sunrise Dr., room. Also a large hobby-
Shores. 100x150 ft., Including large I lot on deep canal with Nokomis (HOMES'- workshop room that could

Boat dock. On paved street, dock in Laurel Villa, for comparable easily be used 3rd
home in Venice MACHINES. Clean, at a
W,MO Terms. Call Venice or larger SEWING COQUNOCORP bdrm.
488.5027 or 4882791. area. Phone 4882464. oil and adjust. $2.50. George 2 car carport. On.
Parti, 1030 N. Washington, block from Trail In S. Venice.

WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, Rentals Sara IOta, 685-7885. Only $11,500 or $12,500 fur.
2 residential. No. 14 & 15, 744 Venice Ave. L Venice, Fla. 488.5359 2 DR HOME nished.

Back' 3, Unit 78. 4 Business, I Bn*. MAltTT lit VENICE.. RUBBER STAMPS made to or-
.. S. ....
lea 100.11. service. Of. H.
!. 4, 29 & 30. Block J, Unit 78. CALL LOU JACOBS. Ml tllT der. Overnight P. HORN
*. Callo, 337 Gardenia Road, flee, personal, pocket or stock. IN REALTOR I
Venice 488-3573. FOR RENT: NICELY Furnished 4881432.
Gardens.
Ph. 3 R., ceramic tile shower, REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS VENICE GARDENS U.S. 41 1 and Albee Rd. .

masonry cottage with oversize _Pianos. Ph. 488.3785 Days I
BAYSHORE ESTATES living room; master bedroom Steinway Knabe Everett 10 Ph. 488.5994 Ever
Inside and Out. C6 Conduction
with Newly Repainted -
Highly elevated choice lot. with twin beds. Modern kitchen George Steck Winter Cable .
105' frontage Across itreet and dining area. Plenty of Nelson Fayette S. Cable Tertano Floors, Tile Bath.
Available April Mallet & Davis
from Roberts Beautiful closet space. COCOPLUMOSA$1.95

1'1'I w. Reasonable.Bay. Phone month 15, for 6 Or to will 8 months lease for at $60 1 year per Musette Pianola P'ayers Players -- only $$10,700Low 2 LOTS


W85047.VENKK. or for season from Jan. 15 to rgan_ and Down Payment end Monthly Payments of Only $68, SIDE BY SIDE IN
April 15 or May 15, 1965 very Allen Lowrey up
n ALSO msrorNTiAt TATS reasonable. Make reservationnow COMPLETE SELECTION OF Including Interest and Principal. Venice Gardens

uu v5Nfe6 IOU JACOBS.HV8INK8S MS.SITES.Mil before going north. Shown REBUILT RECONDITIONEDAND
lAsT by appointment by owner Mr. FULLY GUARANTEED COLD HARDY RealtorBRANCH $1,350.00 each
CHIPS
GATE. Choice lots, min Nickell, 3rd door west of Noko- PIANOS AND ORGANS JOHNSON,

88 feet wide. See or call LarT mi. Fire Station, south side FROM $12"l'Iorlda's FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT I
Redford, Assoc. Chips John- Pavonia Road, Nokomis Phone Largest Music Co." OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488-1695 Martin S. Stancik
*oil Real Estate. 306 W. Venice 1
local realtor. CANNON MUSIC CO.
488-1422 or your
REALTOR
Ave Phon, 488-3609. 4882241.FOR 1301 1st St., 474.2413 474.3223 or

QUICK SALE 3 Lots SMALL EFF. APT Single only Opp. Florida Theatre 306 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 488-2241 Venice 4885443t '

10x100. South Venice. Owner. No pets. $10.00 per week. Ph. Open Thurs. & Fri til 9 p.m.

488-4006, Ph. 958-1019 j
I'boae 488-4708,



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EIGHT THE GONDOLIER: MI7NDAT. .:APRIL- ,

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j"1... I Legal LegalIN
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Indians f -
Cop WSC NOTICE OF INTENTION THE CIRCUIT: COURT n. JT
5 I TO RSCI8TFR FICTITIOUS NAME! TWFI.FTH JI DIC1AU CIRCUIT11IN .
Th. underataned. do .hereby certify, that COURT 0. FLORIDA IN
the* ... conducting MI Ap.rtm.nt bual* FOR SARASOTA "01lNT'AND?
5_ et SIS So. Armad. Rd., Venice, CHANCERY '
F5., under the flctltl .,la name of VENICE IN RE: Petition of
ARMS APARTMENTS and that HARLBY EUGENIC CARRIKFJl
.Id firm Mi eomooeed of th. followinopenona
Baseball wh_ name .54 pl_ ofrealdenee NOTICE: H. ".
VictoryThe s .re aa f"How.IJ TO VINCENT CrUALD CUU.RM
,"hn, O. Neltleton. P 0 Bo S47. You firs hereby notified/ '
"". ......'.. FlaThen. above-named. Petitioner. HARLEM ryj
*. K. Nettleton. P. O Bo. S47En GENE: : CARRIKFR': ha. filed. .iJI
.lewood. FIa.Owo..hlp 'In the sh.Nykd. ....,,, 101 | k1Ile. "
Indians of Venice high starter! Ron Johnson in the of Venloa A..... Ap.rt- I of your minor child sad.tho. ,any.
School defeated Palmetto 4- moot. I. .. follow., In and you are ranulred. to ..hoiwhy
seventh with the bases loaded ..
.
John O Nettleton, SO per cent the .."'. ahould/ not ha .y
1. Friday night to write a new fanned the next two batters to Therm K, N.."...... SO per _to rv ln5 a oopy of y,>ur wrlttM sooty. lor
chapter in the history of the end the inning and the I It .to our Intention to apply to lb. ; ant. upon STINNETT a J??
game Clerk of the Circuit/ Court In and for iota Man Street ..'... !
two-year-old White Sands Conference Caudle who got credit for the w S.r"", nwtnrrr \Or.... for Petitioner. ..rid5b5d4' A...
For the Indians it was victory had also struck out the rid .ilne'1vVNic1E1ARM" APART., ..rl //not Ithereof with the Clerk 2. tho
under. the prorlatona oT Chap Cot by May 7. "..
MEN'M I.D4
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their first league baseball win the first two batters he faced I f I ter tmlSS. J..... of Florid. Act. of IS41Wltneea a.. ma .h. Mond yaiop.the55 ... .
and only their second victoryin In the seventh after coming I our hondo this toil day ofMarch. ine rid Sdnplbs. JOlt ernb.
sport. !19U. WITNESS my, hand .nd ....
any ai
relief Johnson
in
on struck .
JOHN n. NFTTI: FTOVTHFRFSA .Id court .t B.reaoU, Fbp5... !of
Coach Jim Powell football out three and walked four. ': K. NETrI.t'J'ON dnr of March 1M4 Ihk II .
Publlahl. I March ta SO. Apr I. IS. 1964 W. A, VVYNNFJ.By 1
team garnered the only other Caudle fanned four and did not ("
.rh 01
to .
CI..II
win a 34-13 decision over Sara walk a man.Rohlwln" IN THE: COUNTY Jt PC F'S COURT IN I Jane. CSsne< Cad, .
total last fall in football. Powell AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY Deputy ( .lerkn .
Morgan Carl .
"'"': N FLORIDA IN PROBATE Publ"h 1 April e. U. 50. 1'1. IMNO'rICe .. j
assistant to Ed Fanning in Miller and Richard Gange led I IN RF]: ]ESTATE: OF _
baseball was also the winning .' .. nrwrE__ : M RACH*, rka..d.Pnhs nO' CAI L I
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the 10-hit Venice attack with
File No. T4T7VOTlrB '
$ FoRaI-A .
coach in Friday Fanning Gondollar. photo br Sob O..d..11Bruce ) ... oD: ilia
game two safeties apiece John Knott TO (RFPITORH Sw4d. bid. will he 50.10.1 'b,
was appearing in a Little and Joelson got the other two. MAKING A GOOD showing this year against both Class AA MacDonald In the discus and Bob Harrison in the pole TO Alt CRFDITORS(AIMS... OR AND DFMANDS PFRHONS asses 01 Pu II. 10""lOti.. of py tho.
HAVING rte (1551.. Fbdds
Theatre production and Powell RHE and A competition is the Venice High School track team vault have been the most consistent winners for Venice. AGAINST SAID STATE I IYo. it,. Su""riot.Dd..t 0' Pnblir st the I.inn.........of

took over for the one game Venice 001 011 01-4 10 3 coached by Jim Somers Especially strong in the field Also making their share of points have been Charlie Hodgesin lo fll.. are berebr alalm or notified......nd. sod whlrh required you 01 said cyst, ,Is .h. IIrhOol Adaln6. ". I I
any .tlon B..ndl..
Venice won the game in extra Palmetto 100 Oil 00-3 8 4 events the Indians have finished second or third in a the high Jump Terry Green in the pole vault, C. E. m., haw ...1... the ..."... of FLORENCE .......... slis.0'11 Hallos.,,00 Mon.

innings after the regulation Johnson Caudle ((7) and majority of the meets featuring top.flight teams They will Pitts Jr in the hurdles Paul Peden in the sprints, Bill : .M Col RACrTB.'ntr, Florid." I>eee In eed the. late officeof ofSaraaot. 1'1.d., ,. ArrltM51. 1004 .t .hkh M.Ii"".,.

seven innings ended .with thescore Morgan; Rogells and Paschal. return to action Friday at Sarasota against Sarasota High Krueger in the 880 and Tom Rezek in the 440. Hon JOHN T: GRAHAM, 50.aah all 55atine bid..5a.will M of_cud pohikl&,.rd;: 4 W I
knotted at In the """ ." de, I. t Cott.t f Conk all labor sod material and. .ns.kb;
; ;; ;
.
Florida, within elcaolndar Onfirm
Home Senrta"
well-played game a Inn nit work nocaaa.rr. 'laeklental I
montha from the dale of the Ih. eonatnietlon 0.dditi.' /... to
Winning Rim Legal flmt publication of this liotlro. komla Flementery to N.
In the final frame first Venice Lions Post 6-5 Decision Ear awn, or demand mot be h., Ida. All work shall School.be done I i. -, nets...
Richard IN THIS 001 NTT JtlDOBTS COt RT writingnd In duplicate I ah.ll .t. inn with drewlnte and .eperlfleet. .
baseman Rohlwingled
IN AND FOB ABASOTA (COUNTY the place of' residence and pod officeaddrtoe prepared by the 'illdlnt I AirhlterL
off and grounded out from FLORIDA IN PROBATE: of th. Claimant l .hall be asses Fobion Smith, 1SOI Ma.: Mr, P5.55S. P
IN RRi! ESTATE: OP to b, the. Cb.lm.nt hi. sent or hlo.ltor. ., Florida.. Rink
Second
third to first baseman r
... .
accompanied br
BETTY LOU Kr-INSOD ahall
"' Each Rid awl ba
Ray Joelson followed with a Deer.d SI M flllne ,.... and sop rich claim ordem.nd bid bond, certified. chock ceompa.M b> a r
single and after he stole sec Over Ve-No Rotary In GLL OpenerVenice Frotmt. Fib. N' .. Test not ao filed ah.ll .be ", ''d. The ebrl.. I. mount sot "..,5845. .. 1
NOTICE! TO tRrDITORM filln fe may .he .dHed to the .,"'....t pa amt i".h. teal! V"" "
'oun'
nl
tho
catcher I hi r
ond Sam Morgan TO ALL CREDITORS AND PTRSONS of claim and slim f"rma mar. be ob.Ulned r a p,5nnte. tII., tho hi_
singled to plate Joelson with HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS from the Cash Jud... offio* .w.rd' tM' .....1.... .... iota .U s ods W I
AGAINST AID ESTATE ANNA R. RFIRNK.M to .odn$ wlib rid any. .
the winning run. Lions squeezed past seemed to send base runners farm system. Mike Hulsbeck, Curry and Yea sn h..hr .otltl' sod rpuind Fuecutrli nf the Batataof lory. In form to ..,d Board, mnulnln.pen.lty .tbfa. r
The bottom of the eighth saw to 50..np claim or drm.nd whlrh rnmar Florence M. _h..,. DoA ...
Venice ,,
Rotary 6-S home at racked of .nd weira cl.
Friday across plate a more Rotary ScoresIn Bodager up a total b.v. ....i..t Ui. EaUW of BETTY _. M H nand
T J. Carter get his third hit night in the opening game of I rapid pace than did the Lions the little league openerRotary 10 strikeouts and walked six. LOU KFINHOD Dorfwiod. tau rfSaraaM. .Homer I Jackann. I BnulfordBRASWEIJ by.a _Florid_..law.10. and Mid public nqalrlneworkmen t
of the game for Palmetto after the 1964 Gulf Little The led for the r.mntr. Florida In th. nfflr. of BROWN Inauranc. and H.ability r
League by the the route
was went
season parade scored a run in the first Young Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM 5.rarta. P O. Ho 747. Venire, Fie, approral of Mbcontractor '>
flied out to right rid fan
Larry Wright before a nearcapacitycrowd Venice Junior High Band cpn; inning on a single by Jeff Lions and fanned nine while C..DIp JuAn. I. the Couo" CourtHour PublMil April S. IS 1(1( 1'1. 10114 with th.by .......tat Board bid, and m _rind
,
Ipeef.nna t
the frame Pitcher rn
field .
to open at the municipal athletic walking only two. .. II.... .... Florida. within .1.
Terry Caudle who relieved Bodager and a double by Ger nbndae month, from th. d... of U... NOTICE: OF PROCFPT: >ING i FOR .nd payment. bad 'eh. r
add Board In the
field. factory to full
fine of thla Nolle., CIXIBINf A PORTION OF A STREET amount
BubllrMlon
aid Perlick The Lions came of the ...
.ontrart
This 'Veek'sSchedule prioa wlthla din
DFI.INFATFD ON THE! PI AT OF THE
The game was the finale on back with a pair In the second Bw. claim or demand slid t* In ISTH ADDITION.. TO PORT CHAN after: th. meetinR, of rid Board' why
wrltliw sod I. duplloui, ah.ll atateth. said contract la .. If ; F
a t Seal
VHS Golf a program that featured a parade on a Rotary error and two Em Rohmann plea of _i_.. and pod ofrif.addnaa LOTTF. : HDIV1SION.HR INCtUSlVF. PLAT ,BOOK ANn to to b. ....... It auireated. for Hi4 t t''
IS PACES 14
"beauty" contest of th. Cla, hi. ,
an ex- singles m nt. ant or bond first be auhmlttod for approval taHenry
........ .. ..... .. KNOWN AS WEST NORTH HIGHWAY l''
hibition Softball and the ha! ( ahall "'p..I. hvSI P, Trawlrk. Jr.. 1900 Mala Stmt
game I Action in the Junior division It was 4-1. Lions after they a TS flllnl f-. and .., .u.h claim, DRIVE.TO SanunU, Florid., Attorney far eU4. I
rr MAY I'ONCFRN.V.
WHOM
Team 2ndIn introduction of league officials or demand filed,, ah.ll .. Toil.Th. .
of Gulf Little League this week tallied another pair in the Wins LVWGA not ao will shs.a .... .011. th.t tho Board.Sihatltutea S
.. will be eonildtred
and managers flllnc t. mar addrd to th.b. Commii.ton of the City of North W
and City
third
three walks two tIt
will get under way Thursday on 'ouot 0/' slim. and .l.im 10"'". ...., Port Charkitle. Florida, petition of Architect up to .nd Includinf.. Art
Conference Councilwoman Blanche Cell!. night when VeniceNokomisBank one.baggers. In the fourth Rotary .. otttahud frum th. Counlr Jud... qualified land owner will upon.' 10.00 A M.. 1M4Document. i
head of the city i parks and meets Florida Power & I narrowed it to 4-3 on abase offlo waist, on the lath day of April A O. .. 1 Including ::;.t'" drae* 5
ALADAR R. FEINSOD, JR.. inn and apecinoatlona. rah
Net EventEm the inlclpal Office In North
recreation department threw Light at 5 p.m, Friday's schedule on balls, two singles anda Low M Admlnl.trator, for tha r.. IM4 Port Charlotte.t Florid con.lder. sod determine ed. M the office of aaid architect., Its f
Sta tourney bound Venice the opening pitch Her battery has Osprey Merchants and Lion error. '.1. of title Lou Frinaod whether th. City will ..<-... Main Street, ".r....*,. Florida. or at tin r
of Mid Bupannndnt of Pub
flc.
ISa.aedAtlsmq NInatructlon
High School wound up secondin mate was Guy Curwood superintendent Osprey Recreation. meeting at The Lions added single run Rohmann captured Wednesday's Mlalr .nd DiwnAttnrnvya m"portion... pertlci of Was,.larly N deacrlbed"rth Hinhway lit Drive. On. act of th. ..... mar at U
.
the White Sands Conference of public works. Osprey at 5 p.m. Here it will In the fourth and fifth and all iron tournament at lIT Na-au.8trM., Lav THAT PORTION OF F T NORTH of obtained(0000crib.b, a contractor, to he 55.40.sy.bk a... a oepaill. la t
': ONTill
championship tournament Fri. Paul Waner baseball Hall of be Venice Lions vs. Venice sported a 6-3 lead when Rotary Lake Venice Golf] Club with a P. O. Boa ItTSVrnlro HIGHWAY WEST DRIVE BY FA.CFR\lOl'NnF.1I STREET Mr Frank Folaom Smith, IMI<) Mila
at Lake Venice Golf Club Famer the batter and laid .. !: ..._ Tha. .
day was Elks at 6 pm and Nokomis came to bat in the top net 69 the 18-hole divisionof Flor d.Puhl.hl ANn ON TRio: FACT BY NORTH stool Florida) look t
in April IS. SO 11. Mar I. 1IK4 will b. refunded upo. th. puss ef IMdocument.
when Sarasota Larry Sapp down a perfect bunt. BISCAYNE DRIVFind .
Venice of the sixth and final frame : to
Lions vs Rotary at 8 Class A Tied with 80'5 for and dot In first eleea nndtlo..aid a
sank a birdie putt on the first No score was kept In the Allan Bates and Ken Curry NOTICE" OF INTENTION TO M part thereof to conalder architect/ provided. nab coatrvtor Iv
p m the In the Lake terming whether or not the ml, Hall
sudden death runnerup spot REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAME baa aubmltted .bona (Ids bid to au4
hole of a playoff. three inning Softball game that each. singled and then Perlick rill abandon. dlarontlnu. .nd cloae. and b
Saturday Osprey Recreationwill Venice Women Golf Assn. Tha undaralrnad do harcbf ccrtlfrPalntlnt Board Additional aeu of doossa.e
The Indiana and Sailors ended featured members of the Lions furthermore to renounce and dlaclaim ...... ...
.h. the, said .1.
rapped one past the Lion first an eo.du55lns a A.ro't' be obtained from at ionat
host Nokomis Lions at 1 event Regina Buford and rl.ht of the City and the public to
were any
holes tied ... .
the regulation 18 and Rotary clubs in their an- baler .t Vain Airport na- by the architect.No
baseman to make it 6 with land Intereat therein
third p.m. Also at 1 p.m? Elks will -5 Rella Beighey d.. th. flrtltloua .."'. of Vanlc Ain any or and bidder mar withdraw he' bid 'M
at 315. Riverview nual but the All Intereated
was appear
meeting, Rotary persona may B
nobody out. Lion hurler Mike craft Palntlni sod of daya after rid data.
meet Ve-No Bank at the muni- {10. th.t a.ld MrsIs he he.rd M the ti... sod plat. ..boreCOMMI. t period thilrty
with 330 and Palmetto last with Class B winner was Terry oompoaad of th. followinv naraoa.whoa Said Board reaervea the rtrtit aJect >
333. cipal athletic field. Then. at Young' fanned Jimmy Ringofor Hatton with a 77, while Emma ...... ... pins of Naidvne. ..maa '_"fist.CITY .'IO!I OF TB. asp Sod all. bid. rereired :. la I
Schooling Races t p.m. it will be Florida Pow the first out and center. .I CITY OF NORTH PORT waive .ny and .11 foraiellth. la er.5uanea
Medalist honors went to I & fielder Larry Burris caught Manning came in second withan Inland C. Jmklna Boa: KM K.R. N' .. CHARLOTTE,
er Light going against
Venice Bill Johnson who fired Now At. SKC Venice. Lions! and the up S p,.m. Jackie! Lenhart fly 3 for the 87Signa. t, D.Tld Nokomla L, Wlhon, Rot "MM, Nokomkami Atteeti By i rlsis.0. Wood, .Ma Mayor THE INSTRUCTION BOARD! OF OF PUBLr MKASOTt
: ,_ ;
a 72 Sarasota Don 1 In the nlne hole d''vtal Jr .. All J M ._. COUNTY FIoRIDA
par contest will feature Venice Rotary second out. J1mm a ciuyu' triiu On, pef e. '. eY A N Hong I Rlee.
Stephenson came in with a 76 The Sarasota Kennel Club and Osprey Merchants. ed the game by striking out Evans won in Class 1 A ( Trail..hip, VokwOwn.e of. Venice Aircraft' PalntIne lit, Cbrk I Mid IS 1M4 By April Herbert I Mid P. n Field. 1M4 ChalraM.PuhHahl : .

for second place in the medal. began free schooling races last Senior division activity will after the count had run tothrt'e and B combined with a 37 to.. I. o follow i I Publhhi April pr

lat division of the tourney. week and will continue them begin tomorrow night when balls and two strikes Midge Lenhart was second David Inland' L.C.Wi.Jenklna. ... Sm. lit per, per ant_.. r

The Indians leave Wednesday nightly at 7 p.m. through Sat- Sarasota Federal meets First Top hitters in the game were with a 40 Jape J. Allen. Jr.. SIM per cent

for Winter Haven and the urday. National Bank at 4 p.m. The Perlick for the Rotary and Anna Yarger and Amelia Cork It .la of our the Intention Circuit Court to apply In and to for tha ;

state tournament. They. quail The regular season gets underway 8:30 I: game pits Osprey against Gene Fowler for the Lions Muck tied for Class C with a S........ Countr. )..... .. to reclater. .

fied two weeks ago by finishing April 21 and will run Ciwanis. Both had two apiece. The other 41 Margaret Smith was run.nerup (the'.... rid andec.name the Venice provlaione Aircraft of Palntlnc Chanter ,1 REALTYd

runnerup to Manatee in through Aug. 8. Matinees are First National Bank will Rotary hits were by Bodager, with a 43. SOOol. I. iwa of Florida. Asa of IOU. .

the district meet 311 to 312. held at 2 pm every Wednesday meet Venice. Shopping Center Bates, Lenhart and Curry. Low gross honors for the day M.rdI Wit.,.tall. our "hand this 4th day of ,

Friday's Individual Scores: Friday and Saturday, Thursday in a single game Also registering hits for the also went to Em Rohmann LELAND C. JENKINS, VIEWS

Venice: Bill Johnson 72: while the night races begin at slated of all local members Lions were Lester Gentzler, who shot an 89 DAVID L. WILSON '

Martin Satava.. 80; Dan Kiehl B p.m. Ladies are admitted of the Junior division little lea. John Shaver and Barry Knott. Next weeks event will be a I Publbb April la 10. 1'1. she d. INI 1 s

85; Dave Bowles, 78 free on Thursday nights I gue teams and members of the The three Rotary pitchers Tag tournament IN IN Ten AND COUNTY FOR SARASOTA JUPrF(COUNTY('OITRT '4sp be an excellent tnvtitmonr p

FLORIDA SITTING! AS A COURT OF II
PROBATE or for the party wishing a

I MacDonald Harrison Set a IH ELIZABETH REt! ESTATE MATe OF':. Decayed.. building site it's is a "....I." Ii

Court File" No. _
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Come m and see our 4sociates > IT
New Marks In Palmetto Meet -i TO ALL CRrDITORR: AND AIL PFR. by CHIPS JOHNSON II'
BOMB HAVING CLAIMS OR 1.1&0 Blanch C.!li or
HANDS AGAINST SAID K8TATE.: !: Y
of
this
time
Yoa and ....h of you ... hepnotified ..' At year *t Ronald Arose at our branch ciSr.
Venice High Bruce Mac year. often of
sod required to praaent one happens many in Motel
Other makers for Venice claim or demand. whlrh either office at the Kent
point you or
Donald Harrison set in need of cash to
and Bob
.
I of yon. mar hare ...In.t th. E.Ut. of pay Frank.
records in the Palmetto included Terry Green fifthin ELIZABETH." MATE d........ lau ofRarajotA our income fates or-Larry Redford Of d
new
the pole vault; Paul Peden County. Florida, to th. Count Winetett office at ;
Relays Thursday night to boost fourth in the 100.yard dash; C W'c 0 Judira.th. Countr Court Courthouae of. BoraaoU.t BenuoU County, Flor.Ida. I.. We have a client who it in.oar Yo ,L.
Venice Ave.
the Indians to a third place I E. Pitts Jr second in the 120- wlOiln all calendar" month, fmmtha In this situation and in 306 W.
finish in a field of 10 schools data of th. fins publle.ilon of thai will did.
yard high hurdles; Hodges, notice order to provide these neeenary be glad you

East Bay loaded with an 'fourth in the high jump; Tom run:" claim or dem.ni) mu.t be I. funds he ere
array of talent in both track fifth wrrtln forms .. available. from tha front
Rezek in 440-yard JOHNSONon
run
; Cosnl, Judlrea ." ..,. In dupll..... two large wafer lots CHIPS
and field events, captured the I Bill Krueger third in the 880- shall sea the pine of ..,d.... and pat
meet with 80 points Turkey yard run; PItt.. fourth in the off,.. sddr.. '>f Ih. claimant, ahall baaworn paved streets in e niceNokomis REALTOR & INSUROR
to by th. claimant. hla went or Subdivision, for
Creek second with 37 and
was 180-yard low hurdles and hi. .
i ; attorney ahall be accompanied or 306 W. Venice Ave.
Venice next with 34. MacDonald third in the shot Ij4 a I SI.75 flllnr fr* whlrb 1_ mar .ba neorered only 2500. each. Of course
MacDonald won the discus br addin. to the amount of this offer is for limited
Estate Mod*
elanh) and any.osh claim or demand Branch Real
with a 147-foot effort, beating put.The Indians also took fourthin not ao filed ahall be void. I time only and subject, to

the previous mark by nearly the mile and the 880-yard .LOUIS a Fxeeutor LARRY of tha MATE!.>tate JR.. I prior sale. If you have a KENT MOTEL

17 feet Harrison set a recordin relays of Hltabcth. Male. deccuod.. little cash left over after 488-227 th
Phon
the pole vault with effortof Attern_I ftmith nnd Thomaa I
an Next on the agenda for the A. Bradford. Smith paying your }stet this would lit
11 ft. 8 in. four inches over Venice tricksters will be a duel SIT Was Miami Arenue, I
the height established last meet with Sarasota on Friday I Venice. Flo.ld.. advertisement :
5 t Publhh Marsh 10. April I, 11. 10. IIMI I

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THE HAIRY-CHESTED AND thick-wanted Retty, center, and Jerry Meadows won sec.

f beauties above copped firat, second and third ond and third, respectively, for their evening

I1 I w't 1.yk pvfi* i J) w t rrVJ prizes in the Rotary-Lions beauty competitions gown and Beatle costumes, Eighteen >r CANDIDATE DISTRICT 3 :
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I Little League game of the season Friday Ladies Game between the two clubs ::4 mth

night The sleek brunet coif and mutued Beauty contest 'judges were baseball Hall J1 SARASOTA COUNTY

green gown and hosiery topped by a fire. of Famer Paul Waner, Councilwoman ,

: I YJ k JyI engine red beret, helped Dr Raymond Duke Blanche Celli! and GONDOLIER'S Women's i. .

tl''r left of the Lions Club win its first place Editor, Dorothy Gaynor. 5 : : CommissionerBELIEVES
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-that's the ideal time for s cool, refreshing glass of beer. In Sarasota County IS big business! !

fact vou can name your recreation-swimming, hiking, or just Help return our property values to normal through efficient government end to
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i. Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that LESLIE C. MILLER r:

we live ins land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy HAS THE EXPERIENCE AND KNOW-HOW

I beer and ale, if we no desire, is just cite, but an important one, of THE BEST At

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