Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00190
 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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
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
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00190
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Florida1. West Coast Osprey, Laurel Nokomis,, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East, Englewood North Port Charlotte

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Gulf Fish Reef
City Planning Director PaulA

Youngberg presented the
mayor and city council a 18-

page final report Tuesday giving -

a comprehensive analysis 'AJS&Artificial The Venice Jaycees have announced smaller fish a place to hide and been a critical need for a new
ot what the City of Venice has \ plans for an artificial grow. Other materials will include outdoor attraction in the Venice -

accomplished and what still 4K fishing reef In the gulf! about concrete blocks full of intricate area particularly for fishing
F 1/
be done in the future I I ar
needs to n er f r passageways, concrete enthusiasts" he added.
one mile off the jetties.
Youngberg ia leaving Fridayto Details of the projected reef tile and concrete debris. "Within the last few months
become an executive of a were to be presented at the Dr. Luck said the cooperation numerous local amateur fishermen
major subdivision development : weekly meeting of the Venice- of many civic and service sportsmen and other Interested ytl"
corporation In the Atlanta area I. organizations has been pledgedand individuals have demonstrated
Nokomis Rotary Club today by
having resigned. his city: post &; Dr. Luther Luck, Venice Jaycee that more than 500 discarded a desire for an artificial
March 24Youngberg's
on lr president and general automobile tires have fishing reef off the Ven-
report covers ) t chairman of the reef committee already been collected. ice shore line Because of this
ouch. varied city activities as its enthusiasm the Venice
City Council indicated Jaycees
G H. Sarge) William-
and (
!the municipal airport, the Venice "; co-chairman and memberof support with a $50 appropriation decided to spearhead this pro
Beach, civil defense, drainage Pl ed son
towards the $2,500 project '
Beal.1 ; the Grouper Snooper Diving
p ject."Artificial
roads, streets and bridge., : :, Club. Tuesday night. reefs, as fish at-
the U. S. 41
sanitary sewers The plans call for the reef to "The cooperation of the entire tractions, are constantly becoming
and bridges, subdivisIons 0
bypass community is essential for more popular. As of
be 500 feet In length arrangedIn
and trailer parks, waterworks ,. r : semi-circular pattern and the success of this project," Dr. now, California Texas Louisiana -
West Coast Inland Navilation ; Luck said With the three"M's" Mississippi, Florida and
marked by a styrafoam buoy
District airport zoning,
and a one-eighth inch fiber. manpower, money : other states have begun programs
Ulster street, drainage and and materials the reef can of activating reefs, be-
utility plans, and recommendaiions glass skin. I and will be built The whole cause the fish population is
Old Tires
ci4i&q Reef
for future development. Reef materials will Include area stands to benefit, I diminishing as a result of more
As a public service, The concrete-weighted automobile "For many years there hasCouncil people with more time to fish."
GONDOLIER will publish a ,
complete summary of Youngrg's tires, in units of three ,
edi-! held together with a steel rod I
report in Monday's SITE OF JAYCEE FISHING REEF OFF THE JETTIES This arrangement will give the i

X1L ., .' Okays

Torn SliderSucceeds PcuIYoubA rg April 8 WEATHERHigh 81 Low 68 Rain- Air Zone FundsCity I

April 9 79 71 -
April 10 79 59 -
J5-re r-od! registered engl- Ideal Choice assistant maintenance engineerwith Air Force for four years from April 11 87 63 Council has authorizedthe resignation, effective this

seer, DOW serving as assistant The new city planner was I the SRD. 1950 54. He is a member of April 12 87 62 spending of up to $2,500 for week.
engineer, has been yi cited as the ideal choice of the Born and reared In St. Louis the American Society of Civil April 13 87 63 aerial maps and surveys in In other new appointments
I sand county to succeed Paul A. four applicants for the post as I Slider is a longtime Florida Engineers and the Florida April 14 85 65 connection with the proposedtop Public Works Director Guy

I Voungberg as Venice city plan- successor to Youngberg. Mayor resident, having lived in Jacksonville Engineering! ", Society priority airspace zoning Curwood was named secretary
| director. Smyth D Brohard pointedout .. area fpr many years at the Venice Airport. of the joint city-county: advisory
DIng f that Slider is a registeredengineer Besides Auburn, he also at- Councilman Ralph Anderson zoning board, also replao
George T (Tom.) Slider Sr. with a background in tended the University of Florida Hamilton To Head a member of the newly created ing Youngberg.
I of Osprey will assume his new t* similar work, and I Is a young at Gainesville. joint city-county Airport Eon Council also authorized the
j duties with the city on May 1. A man. A veteran of the Korean ing Board with Councilman Dr. purchase by Curwood of a 1964

City Council President E. S. Slider, the father of five chil-- War he served with the U. S. John R. Hogan, told fellow Dodge truck for the city street
I (Bill) Raymond announced dren, has been assistant coun- council members Tuesday department at a cost of $2,- w.
B Slider's appointment at the ty engineer since November United Church City Wafer Board night the $2,500 will cover all 247.68.
I Tuesday afternoon informal 1962. Before that he was superintendent the work of consulting engineers -
{ session of council. It was officially of road construction including drawing uup an

confirmed at the reg- 1lTOM p for Cone Bros Construction David Hamilton Venice mer- ordinance.
jjular meeting Tuesday night. Co. of Tampa from June, Breaks Ground chant and former city councilman Anderson said he had a firm City NamesProsecutor

Slider was hired on six 1961, until he went with the was elected new chairman quotation on the work for $2,'
month.' probation at a starting county of the city water board at 200 from the J. E. Greiner Co.

salary of $9,500 annually. A graduate of Auburn University This SundayThe the annual reorganization He said the other $300 wouldbe
Youngberg was hired at $7,500 with a degree in civil meeting Mondav night. Ham. for contingencies The city
three years ago and was receiving engineering, he first entered i 11 ton succeeds Councilman will bear the full expense of
$9,000 when he resigned \rnJi the professional field In 1957as Venice United Churchof Ralph Anderson as head of the the council-initiated airport
._ for here in Ralph Thomas, Venice attorney
to accept a position as president an engmeer-in-trn Christ organized board. zoning program
of a Georgia development SLIDER the Florida State Road De- May of 1962 and meeting presently Other officers elected Monday t.i Organize Thursday has been named city
fine partment and from 1959.61 was in the Venice Gardens night include Mason B. 'k Councilman Anderson further prosecutor succeeding Donald
Recreation Center, will hold a Giberson Jr., vice chairman, reported to the council that Clapp, who resigned two weeks
groundbreaking ceremony Immediately the organization meeting of the ago to return to New York ;
and Anderson, secretary Other
Will after its service next board members are Jerry H land new airport zoning board has state.
Present Vote Offers Sunday. Harvey Rohlwlng. been set for 3 p.m. Thursday Thomas will assume his new

The Minister, Dr. E. Robert Rohlwlng Is the newest member at the Saraicota-Bradenton Airport duties May 1.
I Chable said the Order of Wor of the board, having been M. He said the board prob- In other action council authorized i
ship next Sunday morning in named recently to fill the vacancy ably will appoint Richard the signing of a con
Line Contest Winners the Venice Gardens Recrea created by the electionof Wolfe, S-B Airport manager, tract extension with Wynn-
Up tion Center will be abbreviated Anderson to the City Council as its fifth member and chair- Warren Construction Co. for

so the congregation can and his appointment to the man. the final surfacing of East VenIce -
leave no later than 11:30 a.m. board as liaison member from In his capacity as council: Avenue, from the Venice
When the first week of the The contest is going into the term subscriptions are good and go to the church site at the council succeeding E. S. 1 liaison member of t he city By-Way to East Gate.

tlurd and most important vote final days with most contestants prospects for extensions. II the comer of Shamrock Boule- (Bill) Raymond, council pres water board, Anderson was Payment of $454 to Sunshine
period in The GONDOLIER'S in position to number anyone has paid for The GONDOLIER vard and Tuxedo Road In Ven- ident. DAVID IIAMILTON granted authorization for the Press for advertising in the

HMO Subscription ends Friday themselves among the prize for one year, the second ice Gardens, where the groundbreaking purchase by the water department Venice Area Chamber of Com
night, the four contestants winners. The ones who cam.palgn or third year can be taken ceremony will beheld of 3.200 feet of four-Inch merce's 1964 guide book also
making the largest cash lubacripl10n harder than ever before by any contestant and that I transits pipe at 78 cents a foot was approved.
reports will line will win. Those who "let up"or contestant will get extensionsor The Executive Building Com- Kaplan New PTA PrexyFor for a total expenditure of $2- An ordinance calling for additional

themselves up to win the big- slow down will number second payment votes mittee decided to have the waterline extensions in
gut contest prhes. themselves among the "also Many subscribers whose time groundbreaking now before the first time In the his. retary, and Mrs. Hilton J. Rid- 500.The council also approvedthe East Gate was approved on
Then it will be a matter of rans" runs out next year will add many members of the congregation tory of Venice a medical man, lon, treasurer. appointment of David Ham first reading The lines will be
njhting it out until the finish If contestants stop short of another year or two to their go north for the sum- Dr Samuel Kaplan was elected At the meeting, Mrs Clara ilton, new water board chairman Installed with surplus funds
to see who wins the first grand the goal if any of them list- time. There are hundreds of mer. Colonel John L. Ferguson president of the Venice Jun. Horton was awarded a life as liaison between the engineers remaining in the budget earmarked
prize a new $2482.50 Ford en to rumors or find any reason people who have never been Chairman of the Executive lot Senior Parent Teacher membership in the Parent- and the city In the water for the extension of
Custom Special two-door sedanor for not making a supreme asked to give subscriptions. Building Committee, said actual Assn. at the group's meeting Teacher Assn. for her 12 yearsof plant modernization and ex- water lines under the waterworks ,
or cost In cash effort to win NOW, defeat is These are prospects that will construction however, Is Tuesday night. service. oanslon. City Clerk Harry W. expansion program.A .
During this important and Just as sure as death and win for contestants who can not scheduled to begin until Elected to serve with him Dr. and Mrs. Kaplan have Hager was authorized to sign petition from Dr. EdwardH.

decisive vote period, the hardest taxes. realize that the only way to late In June or early July, with were: Mrs Daisy Stevenson, three children. He has been routine estimates on the water Wyman for the rezoning of
working contestant among There are several In the get the winning votes is to the expectation that the new first vice-president j; Mrs. Ger practicing In Venice since 1949 project Both Jobs had been Block 103 In the vicinity of
the 24 listed can win one million contest who have been credited hunt for them instead of saying facilities will be occupied in aid Shell, second vice-president I having come from his practicein held bv City Planning Director Venice Hospital was certifiedto
votes this week and one with the same number of that it can't be done and December. ; Mrs Hubert Young, sec- Greenville Ga. t Paul A. Youngberg before his the city zoning board for
million votes next week. $30 club of subscriptions Each then making no effort to do It. recommendation. Dr. Wyman

The campaigner turning In club yields about the same Workers Get Backing asked for a change In zoning
the second best cash subscription number of votes, the difference The contest has reached the I from Residence 1 to Residence
report each week of thistwo being whether the subscriptions point where contestants for votes who Few Contestants Try To Win Million Votesof 3 for construction of professional
week period will get 750- making up the clubs were are waging a offices not to be used as
DOl) votes, third high will get for one year or longer. This are no longer going it alone. living quarter

WO,000 votes each week, and means that the race I Is close Most husbands are helping Only six of the 24 contestants In the race for the five big votes: A utilities agreement from
the fourth 250,000. and that the prizes can be won their wives or their wives. are prizes offered In The GONDOLIER' $4,500 Subscription Con Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr., Englewood, llth. the State Road Department for

The votes won during the by the contestants who makeup helping the husbands of the fam- test reported a $30 subscription club or more Tuesday, four Mrs Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center, Venice, 12th. the relocation of utilities at the
third vote period will be addedto their minds to do just s Other members reported one to five subscriptions to complete a club, five Mrs. R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamlaml Tr., Venice, 13th. proposed north bridge over the

| the total votes of the contestants little better from now until the ily, friends being and drawn acquaintancesare into the had one or two subscriptions and nine failed to report. Mrs. John Kruse Rt. 1, Box 552, Venice, 14th. Inland waterway was tabledFor

winning them when finish. also subscriptions and The contest is going Into the home stretch This i Is the Mrs. Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress, Venice, 15th later discussion with the
the contest closes, May 2. Plenty of Prospects battle for most important vote period of them all. A million extra votes Contestants who failed to report Tuesday were: county commission representative

Some of the contestants seem votes. been reported that can be won this week. This puts the prizes within reach of Mrs. James Altman 936 Groveland Venice. to the West Coast Inland
to think that "everybody has It has active every contestant who will make a real effort to win Instead of Mrs. J. A. Hightower, 529 Riviera, Venice. Navigation District board. The
Demo but the last countof many people are takng an seeks to place the
Rally Set subscribed, turned In part in the drive. They slowing down. Mrs. Charles W. Jones, Osprey agreement< for relocat-
subscriptions THEY REPORTED TUESDAY Box 357 Nokomis. Full responsibility
of their own HOW Mrs. Marjorie Maurice ,
For shows that not one-third subscribers are subscriptions not only but are helping Contestants who reported $30 subscription clubs Tuesdaywere Mrs. Leona McKibben, 311 E. Safford, NPC, Venice ing private as well as public

Saturday present have GONDOLIER renewed or paid fur contestants of their choice get credited with the largest vote totals m the order named Mrs Kenneth Norwood Box 235, Nokomis. utilities Other on agreements the city from the
below: Mrs. Ruby Robinett Laurel.
A Democratic party political ther In advance to save them- subscriptions of contestants who Mrs Polly Taylor Rt. 1, Nokomis 1st. Mrs. Mary Scagllone Box 1618, Venice. SRD for relocating utilities on
a Friends
Democratic all Sarasota County selves some money and help making an effort to help Mrs. A. C. Traver 204 Bayshore Circle, Venice, 2nd Mrs. Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress, Venice. the East Venice Avenue bridge the
candidates in at"dance favorite in this race. are Mrs Ralph M. Adrian, Box 264, Venice, 3rd. and the south bridge over
interest unless -
have ex- them will not have been
subscriptions also
and barbecued waterway
spare- Many themselveslose Mrs James E. Blades Box 738 Nokomis 4th
ribs highlighting the menu, will pired or will expire within the the contestants and let them Mrs Viola Wood. 342 Matara Ct. NPC, Venice 5th. Boost your favorite contestant and help yourself NOW. tabled by the council.
y held at the Elk' Park, 4848 next month. These are all good interest of this area Mrs. Margaret Paul, Municipal Trailer Court, Venice 8th. Time Is getting short You can SAVE MONEY by paying a Mayor Smyth D. Brohard reported -
Re rode Many other people down. The people and help of the contestants get on a conversation with Y
Road, Sarasota, Sat.IUd. prospects. who There four contestants reported one to five subscriptions subscription in advance one
j .y beginning at 5:00 p.m. promised contestants who are will back the campaigners win and completed a $30 club in line to win this week Col. George Kumpe, WCIND
of determined to
Barbecued In the race today. All fight It out at ten cents costs $10.40 executive director, on a similar
spareribs, vege- not two Donald S. Breding 933 Dawn St. Venice 7th. Your GONDOLIER per copy you
tables, salad, rolls and refresh- them are prospects. All that subscriptions is- With of a little the contest more than left, the Mrs. Mildred M. Pederson Rt 1, Box 230, Venice, 8th. per year. You can subscribe now for one year for $5.00, two relocation of utilities along Y
merit will be served Tickets necessary to get these weeks contestants Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040 Nokomis 9th. years for $10.(00) three years for $14.00. The price out of the the right of way for the nro-
are family priced at $1.00 for Is for some determined efforts made by : along Mrs Dorothy Thompson, Box 703, Nokomis, 10th. state of Florida Is $1.00 extra for each year. At these low posed U. S. 41 by-pass. Bro- I" ,
adult, contestant to go after and community pride can go less than five cents hard laid to he told the canalS
with children when ac. In deciding the grand Each of the contestants below reported one or two sub- prices your paper costs you per copy.

"mpanied served also by charge an adult, to be them.People who bv given short prize war winner, acripUooa and wait credited



THE GONDOLIER._ I .PRn.. u, 1964(
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George D. Cowell 79, of

Mr. William Hendrix w** derson Walter! Weeks and Wily CAROLD MILLARD WOODS Pavona Road, Nokomis died ADMISSIONS reuniN. ,... sod Vnlnraoil It....... R., GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
appointed Grand Instructor. I liam Hendrix Garold Millard Sunday at Venice Hospital April ii frana 0.-... N.kulnhMt.. Lnel: IM,,RonaM. w... Prydln.rn .
Woods April 04
I. | p.m.BFHMa I
District H. native Yese. Nokomli, dlrl WllllnmnLaiml Pridar and .ataroarWalt DRIVE-IN
17 The Venice
at the Grand( Chap. Chapter 248 will of ? K Jr.Vrnlc .. THEATRE
Palm Ara
and Fines Trail.rPark ton. Mrs and Arlk-j
Babr Hue Lana Nokomli Dl
1 n
ter Order of Eastern Star at meet toddy at 8 p.m. for a Nokomis, and Anderson, Fur... Pntlrwondt I run B iraa, *. MB, Arthur K..oIoIIlI.. .... lib or nxMn" !
Its Ohio and came here from that born Anti II, ills, m.eiv PnaraliS
yearly session April f charter night service A social Nokoml.: J.nnr Hardlni Vfntofl Kay lawnl.dauihtar. ,
Ind. 15. U.
died his home.
Monday at plus Mr. and Nra toA Times WALKS- and
through 10 at Jacksonville hour will be held later with His Hamilton city 1] years ego H* was a seed McDuil.U Oaprar Las April II,., l.ll. a.m. "TBI 'AlTlMT: I
birthplace .
was foreman with Frlgldalre Division April Cl l Carohr Prudln Cn to District 17 comprises Sara. Mrs Raymond Conklin Mrs County Ind. and he wasa Raonra Jt PlaiUr. Vanloal, WilliamHmdri / R usty-. I
ota and Benjamin Cooper Mrs Lucy of General Motor >. Van In| GUll Dnuanla. Vraloai In 1S32 the Billing Wooing : Throat WooI_.., .d.
Manatee Counties pattern maker for 29 years Mr. Co well was memberand John Mankall V..,''., Tharlna' no r 'vav.te IIII.nl'':" Pvc.
Mrs Bruce Rigby served as I Weaver and Mrs. Robert Davis with Dclco Remu Division of a Malar, ...etu..sVfit' Soy Prudln, and Cooing Society was established "SBVRN DAYS IN MAT" SEVIN BROTHE"S'
grand escort to the distinguished as hostesses General Motors Corp In Anderson put master of E. W. Iniilawmdl. Klor.no.. ,Blihop, Nokomtallulward Olla.on. .' at White Sulphur sub: I .1...'.''
Turner Lodge $48, F&AM l aonard Vanloai Gertrudo ,... .
., V for the purpose awl Laaoa-lof 'and Kirk JIoa :: d V.r L It
guests at the meeting. He was a member of the Earlington Earlington Chap- Vnlra Auviula '.11 ", Vanleaavollna Springs W I a
Attending from Venice were Venice Home Club Anderson First I Methodist ; ; Wallaca, Mokomla. of introducing young peo
ter 141 RA M; Bernard Com- ,
Mr. and Mm Rlgbv. Mr and Church and of United Automo- mandery 29, Knight Templer. April ar tel Pad Carinna. V.....Take., Thaixlora" MokomlnlTh.lma Jnblonar -' ple of marriageable age. --
Mrs. Wade Ballard Sr.. Mr. Plans WorkshopVenice bile Worker Local 662 And Farhngion Morth Port tharlotui. I Flot..i.
I : Rizpun Tempi, N..IRw vats. Kva H. InvalU Vanlca. -4
and Mrs Tom Suteu and Mpl.I Area Home Demon- erson. Madisonvllle, Ky. and a member April Hi Ira Wk-krahoiua.. V.nlc.Thndora ..
I .f darnel Tom Barrett Ralph An. Mr Woods is survived by his Hnranan, Nokonli IIILs,
stration Club will meet at the of the Methodist
Woods n.........., Vmaii, Alta' Seer, Enila. >
widow, Mrs Edra ; a
.i home of the !president, Mrs Church. sad| ran P........, Nukomla.April .
Ernest Kukkuck April 23 at son, Jerry K. Woods of Fort Survivor Include two daughter 111 Runa Brhma Vmlral. Rube t
11 WORLD'SLARGEST 10 a.m. for a workshop Devens Mass, a daughter, *, Mn Herman (Juanlta) rior floss. Vmlnl' Helm Olatlilnl.
..... ., .
V. nrfxrt t (' dl. Vnilxl Pau.
Mrs F W. (Judith) Stecherof
1 r rI The meeting will last until 2 Harriman of Nokoml and Miss mt W. W.II....,... Vanlcal, Caste' Baa-
p m and members and guests Anderson; a brother Glen Evelynn Cowell of Arcadia! ., BniUrwood. I Qulnor' gas. OoP_.
Mil IUWMKCI OintlT Woods of Pendleton Ind., and .L ur.ll
.: Call are requested to bring their four grandchildren and two n:7"\ : \ 6rt.ei. B.inbon. .
,; own sandwiches one granddaughter. great-grandchildren. Vinlwl.. Prlullla Mnraa. Bnila.: '
ram nee*!* HUGH t Service will b* bald at wood Marcel M. Houanrona. V.nle.' *|
.rMw.l.""' ....., j Community projects will be Anderson tomorrow with bur. Services were held yesterdayat Ekla Anmtn, Nokmlat: Joaph WIUoaoH
discussed and Rawlea Funeral Horn Port LnarkKlai taona D Pas.-
McPHERSON guest are asked
I Memorial ... V...... .
| lal in Anderson The Rev. John X i, Ruiaall janklna VnWiR.arsN
P59-139 4886517 \to bring samples of new Ideas Park. Rawles Funeral Home Chapel by Blalna, UuraU
'n t their craft hobbies. of local Jones, Venlce-Nokoml Metho- April H' V'.lo' CIaeS V..,,,, 11_ : 1 1I
was In charge arrangements dist Church pastor, and Venice nerd. Vbhop. Mokmlai lm liar...
-- -- Lodge 801, F&AM. Interment Vas Tv
April 111 Robot BuekUr. Kn>l.woo4|
VANFOSSENILtR.PER was in Nokomis Cemetery F mm. W.lrh, vales UnlM 110.....,
HAROLD eons VnlMl. ruraim Dilto, Vwitot,
Harold VanFossen Harper of
Earl William Keen. 67
64, of 1301 Oroveland Ave. died 11 .triel. Roams, NokonUl l ,
Ill Spruce St, Englewood: CIr.rll.: Hn! VmlMl, airtiard DvlwVet.
MAINTENANCE yesterday at Venice Hospital died Monday at hi* home. ... Pouihl VUr...., V..I..., John ,
Mr. Harper was born In El- ri.n-.. Nokomli Th-ooor Harlmui.Nokomltl .
I I H* cam. her two year ago llllwrt H.... Nukomlil Pmu.lino '
LIGHTING mica, N. Y. and reared In Wil. upon retirement from Sharon, J....... Nokomli Marttw Klrkpik r nrd 5 ,
SUPPLIES liamsport, Pa. H* attended l Ps where he worked for 38 ritk, VonlMi KllulwUi: McAmli Voo.. .
; '1'b.Mw
of lal I Doses Tutor. ImUwoodl
I Massachusetts Institute year with Westinghouse W.ldroe. ftiiiu Oord. .
ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. Technology. H* worked with trio Co. in the plant April. .. II Mon XoWtehM, V.... .,
I Anaconda Wire and Cable Co. lon division! H* was a Muy lUr, Mokon.1.1 AllM Prinkllii; A MOST IMPORTANT BIT OF
I IMoB tkorlind.
for 31 retiring in 1060. EleC-j Vmlotl Aim Hill. VmlMI >
Bat* t Cockrill Streets Phone 48S.6794 year. of Pittsburgh, Pa. Vale
J I The Harper cam here two Mr Keen was a April I I Oi Joseph Hokwnr, VolMI,
.. Oorlo .., gssnssdusee *ukU
from Muskegon,
.a yeare- Englewood Methodist ; .... Cnilnrood.komtot .
Mich. Sharon Masonic Lodge 668; AprU Il. 0... ....... Vasket. S.,. INFORMATION!
Survivors include his widow Shrine .bon Cable. vsns..l.. Joseph Fume. Na
Newcastle; Zem Zem William Hondrlx. Vonlotl, Fk>..
Mr*. Ingrid W Harper; a Erie, P*., was put exalted HIM Nude, an: Load't Norman rarkr. I

REALTY daughter, Mrs David Phillip ruler of Sharon Elk Lodge anda ..,Nukomiai.,k.....,VxilMi Jaook, tnt alert Towrlk. VoalooiP No.komln / W* art FULL SERVICE BANK This means that you are availed of a
of Park Forest, HI: a sister, life member of Pennsylvania Tanoai William, J.alibi| legally credited Institution where advice end confidential service for personal
of your
Mrs. Charles F. Llebercht all Wllllama, IAIMU
Chief of Police Assn.
Fort Belvolr V*., and three April 111 J..... Hardliw. VnCaralri end business needs ere In the hands of iprh.
widow .
Survivor. Include his Proill" Enflowoodi' Babr Bor
grandson Pnidlii. Bnflowoodl Leans Lana Xnko.mkt > .
Mr. Emilyn Erb Keen eon,
; a
Bahr Dor Una. Nokemtol JlaMArthur.
VIEWS Service will be tomorrow at I
William E. Keen of Coral Palm Bar ITbirlda. In smell but growing community bank II I the bulwaH' of
any your
I'' Fsrlev: Funeral Home Chapel And{ til O.ry baiaonto: Vmlooi' A. progress
four brother, Frederick
lf bj with The Rev. Charles I. Rowe, Gables; uta r.......s (nplrad.), Vtnlpii. DanK This I It true of the First National Bank. and the Venice' area
Wllbert Edgar L., and tbaxi, Vela.,
f irJ ba an eicallant' invtttmenf pastor of Emmanuel UnitedLutheran ; Nelson R. Keen all of Massll- April 141 Ullla* Akrahaml, VmloitThoixlon :
Church and Venice. Ion. Ohio a sister, Mrs. Vern ; H.run.n, Nokom. ,.I Ill.Johssen Give ui the opportunity to lay "yesAs I full Service Bank, the eHicart
or for the party wishing 1854. D.P.0.E. ; Eeela.dl' I oulnry gas. 0.
Nokoml Lodge Holderman, also of Masclllon, PNII'' U..rd Laon..... VMiw, Flap. and staff stand ready to serve you with safe end efficient irvie*.
building site it'I ti a ,tul." officiating Interment will b* and three grindchldren aa. NsreMMS.MWMM.MWM.MM.aMNeswuww. Vals.

by CHIPS JOHNSON Com in and see our ... Tuesday in Williamsport Pa. Funeral icrvce were held In
West Middlesex Pa. yesterday
loci.ti Blanch Call! er MRS. ACGUSTA PATTERSON ALLEN
At this time of with burial at Haywood Came.tery
year ai Ronald Arose Mrs Augusta Owen Patter Convalescent and
at our branch in Mercer County. 'Y I
often are in happens nd of many cash to of ui office at th* Kant Motel ion 93, of (13 W Venice Ave. Rawles Funeral I Home, Nursing Home 1IS1IH/ NAME i I'I HW Ifl "_rVC/ |
pay died Monday at Venice Hospital Englewood was in charge of RnfR
our income tales or-Larry Redford or Frank local arrangements. 24 Phone Hoar Venice Nursing 4SS Service-2703III fiRST nnTIDnAL 11:1: OF UEHICECOM

W* have client who il Wmetette in our office: at She had been a winter visitor pONes 01 LION A VL
a I her for several years with .. ... .. .
306 W Venice Are. You PROSECUTOR --- ---- "' "" VINICI
in this situation and 'in her sister, Mrs Florence Owen ------ FLORIDA ..
order to provide these nee. will be glad you did. Hiensel.. from her home in f

cHary fund h* hai offeredtwo New York City. She arrived (Continued from peg 1) TWO MEN OR 'ou HOWUIir" aANe t. )

large water front loll CHIPS JOHNSON here six months ago. board official the city felt It WOMEN *. ... ,
r on paved streets in a nice Services will be held In New shouldn be required to bear "
'h Nokomis i Subdivision i i for REALTOR t INSUROR York City. Rawles Funeral any expense relative to construction Part Time Work

only 2500. each Of court 306 W. Venice: Av. Home was In charge of localIrrang.menu. of the canal or bypass NEAR YOUR HOME.

this i offer It I for a limited road. c
time, only and subject t 0 Branch Real Estate Office PatrolmalBUI Farm wl SET YOUR OWN HOURS.

prior ..r.( If you hav KENT MOTEL I elevated to permanent status Training Period. Dignified -.. .vt---
little cash left after on the Venice: police force and
ever Phone 488-:79 his salary raised from $3 600 Work

I paying your ta>*t this would advertisement tP to $3,'17 annually.Councllwoman Blanch. Celli Can Lead Career.To Full Time I I "ZPEEYm \\'YOODl ,eJ mO /

relayed reports that the newly
end of the West Venice Avenue Englewood
{ I *
parkway are "unsightly" and COMI/ HATS BIINe YRAH- DUT foe ssi.s.oerENSE,Aau ..Gu
recommended their removal MONDAY 10 .m. to 5 p.m A PEDESTRIAN A DIDN'T \ I SKI MUST NAVE Oil Y7uR i11T BY aON 0 TO
VOTE FOR when plantings are sufficiently TUESDAY 9 'm. to 5 p.m. CUPPED Ml DUCK? ZAUO* IT/ WOOD
large The posts were placed tNRrflEl/tlnoUie
there to prevent use of the ASK FOR e t OO

parkway a* a parking area for JIM JIMISON I AND PICKING OUT

Water car at the public beach. I of maim iINQ,
H. Caiger 1.j C EASY USeD RIDINO eecs. t'

REPUBLICANFOR g akklJ f gW\ kQQ CiJJorne 11 G TNIyON /_ TNEST!

t: ,. T 265 Nokomis Ava. Venice !

": .. J

Constable 'r BargainsSpecials

"law onduet..ed' Farmer
; 24 Hour Ambulance. Service Phone 488.2291
District 2 Special Assistant' **

U. S. Attorney WHOLESALE

I PROVEN ABILITY AS A 24 Tan .! .Uw mdPragrM.lv .

POLICE OFFICER, Public iarvle.Cn life ti I hue the dial ef the clo t TIle hand of God

SUCCESSFUL pals ever and over again. The inert hand U the hand of
s '"J for Fair end. All Cars Will Be Sold For Some
BUSINESSMAN a discipline; the long hand the,hand of mercy. Slowly and
Impartial" RtgulallonJL .
surely the hind of discipline moves pot, and God speaks

Reliable New Cfcalmwn. *t each stroke. Over and over again the hand of mercy
fwvtnf n
.f Florida Public UhlilM t shower down twelve-fold blessings for each stroke ef' di.. I Price This Week

Capable t4 CemmlMlwi ciplln Both hands are festered to one secure pivot, the I
+, .....
great unchanging heart of the God of love.

Experienced Ir'' _'' Oar Services/ Are Xr iVa&//. To All/ KtgartlltaLkMaW *1957 CADILLAC 4-Door *1960 CHEV BISCAYNE

WALTER H. CAIGER ..: Finonciol/ Circ.l1one" *1960 DODGE 4-Door 4-Door

Paid Political Adv. By Leslie J. Orr', Treasurer .ki UdlM aH riort a *
*1961 RAMBLER 4-Door 1961 DODGE POLARA

.. ..:: :iIII.n.. .. 'AlI""CAI! 1 4-Door
1961 VALIANT 200 Sta Wag

f" Republican Primary May 5th *1961 *1961 OLDS 88 Sta Wag
,. Ponder Drive-In Liquors VOTE FOR METEOR

I 2'Door Hardtop 1 1957 OLDS 88 4-Dr HT

I 125 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 488.6508 OPEN

I. Puerto Rican RUM 4-Door *1961 RAMBLER AMERICAN


3 For $10.50 Station Wagon

I Case $38.95 *1960 CHRYSLER WINDSOR

I 4-Door 1958 CHEV BELAIR 4.Door
t 6'J at

't CROW CABIN J FULL QUART! *1959 IMPERIAL 4-Door *1961 VALIANT 200 4-Door


Old Hickory $4.79

r .Di ot" On Owner Cw.

WE f for

; GIVE.-13 Colby Kessler' Philadelphia G t W 1 D

1 P. M. FlUschmanni: Gin Stillbroek MaHmgly -'P&Jf
1 & Moor ,
Klnsey Guckenheimar Walkers
I I Al
Gin Tom Moor. And Be Assured Of SALES


; HALLERS BOURBON BLENDED VODKA fifth $3.19 Republican Primary May 5th Pl-t,48S.b745 US.4I SOUTH VENICEFLORID1r

I (Paid Political Adv. I by f. H. Mlnturn Treat.)



6,1) TUESDAY APRIL it, I 1"64


O" crbrook


..TRS' E

News IIHt1. '

1'VI"'I '
tv N t
? ,,
'Th3 "r the week that wes I ,
Mr and Mrs, Thomas
;II-1 1Venic.
' Ud dau Mer Miss Janet, have
kut reo !trued* from a four dayHire I ,
- f on the Italian M-S Anna
- Ihe "rrume' included a visit r' 1h Shopping Center W. Venice Ave. .,q
the Grand Bahamas and I
Thev x '!IJIjji.Mw.! i'-:
inau report a moirtLmoyable
trip, sumptuous
_ourmet mi-als and the per. I
.1.1rvice of a private I RESTAURANT SPECIALS
rich!. Some. of the appoint. I;
?,enla! in luded a moving picul'f '
p theatre whirh showed pre. -
show two _ITHURSDAY ::'-'-
_hues floor or.
'tstr'' dancing; << and a mae ftt I
[lierade hell Three swimming ,. FRIDAY SATURDAY !
deck tennia, shuffle
I. at A } .ti f r
rd and horse racing games
&d to the lay times, The T-BONE SHRIMP CREOLE MEAT
{,st night aboard ship there I

as I a gala party given by the .. .
aptun A noise maker and --- --:::::--- __ n._ ."-:"...........r-" "' 4.- j STEAK WITH RICE LOAF !
anM' hat affair, at which Ital.
n Sparkling Wine was served!, (Gondolier, photo hr Boe Ohwrf)
J. was the Anna C'I last. trip MRS ALICE SCOTT
seated right 'Is the new president of the right Mrs 91 m 32c
are Marguerite Adair vice
9nI an American nort After South Venire Area Fire retiring -president:
(rocbrtf at Port Everglades by Mrs Marv Dept Auxiliary. Installed last week Mr Abbie Bower Chaplain Mr Dorothea Worthington, retiring
radar morning she left for dent, l left Other Miller District 3 Dept. Auxiliary ,Ucepresi president Mrs Rose Seller. vice-president: Mrs Regina -
I she will go on a MediterCrUtW 1 I
.*: -----... __ ;:
-" .
anun g --
I J- '!I! Complete Sunday Dinner 99c

A group of friends and neigh i .
!'tI i meet once a month for a
| M.te.gether whirh consists" of More Carrier air conditioning is sold than any other makeCARRIER .
) (ounlr> For the month ofJApril
thev met at the home ofWr IT'S COMING APRIL 30"' $1.07 SIZE t
ind Mrs. M, T Bohon at :
|153 Fairview! Drive A delicl!. DEWITTS
,s' dinner was served by therid THE WORLD'S BIGGEST SALE EVENT! 66

I ind hostess' Mr and Mrs PILLS-BOX OF 40's r
T Bohon to Mr and Mrs. REXALL 1 1' SALE

aces P Walsh, Mr, and Mrs. 'I
forace Knder Mr and Mnpwph Gn TWO FORTH! !'RICI 0* ONI PLUS A PENNY

"" Bobbins Mr. and Mrs _. STEAM & DRY IRON
; }Maain Mr and Mrs Yer........ .. N I.'" AMa 0_N"._' ..TM.." w..l4'...... ..INawt........NN. th.,..tea.writ. 5.pm I
..... .. .. ......
h,let W. Bennett, Mr andMi C I. eat w 0ssN Man." N Fomeot $ Electric'
A :r. Gopeter Mr and Nra 1/ IMM HN M NM NrmNN 1t.... Wn/N .Mra.,."I team a dry Ire*. Eves fie i I

JMn f Frank Noble] Mr and 11 fleam. bandy fabric dial, I
<8 a 1 1t 1v canvealeiit .f,
Kit! Howard VanHern, Mrs 3+ e card lift. QPiMi
puro Pitcher and! Fred Crom LAWN CHAIR IUt7 flB -A $
tn. The evening was spent in l Valae V -'
pivinf' (cards Meola 1* later, ala. .
-o aware ,.bI.. sad M ,dyYsrad
and Mrs w :James aster I .ebbl... ;
Mr A
I silo of Ifl2fl Bayshore Drive Folds 'or saps ........ Isas3d
...... .
rtalned Mr. wabap.11.al MIN
Haves cousin
II jtnil wife, Mr and Mrs. Burl for base, pad.a.a..plae 69

Ii I rtt :from Before Ft dinner My," they lestur.day etc. b..cb, picaiqd TABLETS 'II 10m OF 11

I .1 enjoved) going over to our .
i uhful t beach and walking onthe e.... '
white sand. )59c. CAN OPENER

I I Laurence-Go111'1. Orfner of ....... ...... T. SUI Yei.N II III ,_... fttmrgl IlKtri

*i"rond Road Is entertainingwith ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS HAVE EVERYTHINGlooks III. .1.,1e CM *pwr. Sliifl
-= is a dessert bridge .cliaa centre! P. w.r
,,, Plorel.. Aftlaa I Open.
""" Mrs.
ime Otto Muller.
- Mr n. Warren Kennedy Mrs quiet operation, and these quality features: TV TRAY TABLES Nely.rr tan airily eb: (
f met Griffith and the host. 899 h. Ganeaa.I .
Mrs Godner, will play: 1 EVEN TEMPERATURES and economical operation 6 CLEANER AIR because all air passes through U".21'1'I. a 2S"y ".tl ULUI : :....

and -oMr. assured by Carriers large, bulb-type Carriers oversized, permanent, washable filter, a kip. aIN TY hap J
of Mrs Millard Hogen thermostat, properly positioned by the factory reMee. Was .'" 98e SIZE
I' Bridge !Street enter '
. i mM us weekend guests Mr It keeps on-off cycling at a minimum. 7 LONG LIFE "WEATHER ARMOR" CASING ..... Ckolcee I I I
., Carrier cabinet constructed of ..... PRiVINE t
Hojfncamp"' 'a brother in law l 2 QUIET OPERATION with extra-large volume Every Is ; special KING bcaalfa d. "' e
ixl Iri'ller. Mr. and Mrs Jesseryent steel 1 which is four times more resistant to cor SIZE rr y,. C.. .. eeeW 46
I produced by Carriers special fan design. NOSE DROPS 1-Ot, .
and friends, Mr and"no rosion than ordinary steel Another example of whbed' ......
i Lewis Adair and Mr and 3 LOW OPERATING COST with maximum cool. the quality built into Carrier units! .
\'tI.! Har1e delivered coils
ing by oversize, staggered

I rr they South too visited Carolina Mrs While Bryit 4 NO HOT SPOTS with Carrier's scientifically Th. H ficiln! Itof m.NEMAS X Wtwfl thue"')') M1ulros99c GAS CAN
j 'i mother, Mrs. Penny Umch designed 4-way air deflectors Mil l if i.",x.d. tt a C.", ., Room Air Good tl,+l
Uroe J'/j-flolloe
in Fnglewood or the BTU/Iw, wan and .moan ratings of that air capacity metalae
-.0- 5 HIGH SPEED FOR RAPID COOLING of hot I NEM" condtonor., pptaf In the NEMA I pace.k.qoehilhabpreefic
),fro and Mr! William Fev rooms, LOW SPEED for normal operation-both ::11111.1 Supplement ampere"ratings It tnlfiei are cert that,fled such eccurete BTU I tv tar GARDEN UMBRELLAGiant ]
Cincinnati Ohio "", ho11\ providing proper humidity control th. Nalonel Eectrlcel, Menufecturarc Aitoctton' cap..,.) Te 199
ring in Port Charlotte, SMS Value'
'atei',' with Mr and Mrs Rav ...-- 6-Foot ,

'ist Saturday Hanna .on Mr.Nentune Fey and Drive Mr A wide selection-all with Carrier's exclusive !: CeIorW l earn. print $ I at'

H erne were business assortIn gs.da ....,.. wilt
In Cincinnati before Mr and performanceS 2.55 pM wItto later CAROIDAND U3-ic
".rrii retired In Florida. styling-craftsmanship Ie lilt fa ...... 4"
-Gofro ...110,... M. ...... BILE SALTS. 1001
), and Mrs Petit Rlchardi 5
of 1W1<< Englewnod! Road areraPOCtint .
,=:E = == I
guests. Mr and Mrs
-- '
"'ph D ichene from Orlando, l')88COMMIE ICE CHEST
I .rci: ''li\l\i! Slttl VALUIS TO -"'- Glad 27-ejuort. "" room Imitate. *!

I H FEE_- 111,1'1 1IINIi _ _ _ _ "Y M, ha these. GYanmead...,. Ie haipr
Cu.i.-t ,aA feed colder I. Wetertlgktl
; :, 11 lli 'M 1st e,,. Rettpreefl 'o.t_
SPONGE MOP + 199 ricalhllahtl Com-
p are ta Sl.fl

n'-'YOUR, CAR For bedrooms nurser el, null dent For large bedrooms, average inliv For overtire, living rooms bust shopS A rust e proof metal Volee.1
ind offlc.-the compact Rudy ng rooms and orficet-the leapt and officII -the Imperial' (pas iHu. frame I p e a 9 a mop I
Mount (it illuitritid). Install it (at Uluitratod). B..utiful Ityl n| !rated). Three capacities 16500, Ideal
bPbU you xlf in a w,nk. Capacity 6000 with big cooing power-from 6600 20,000 and 24,000 BTU. A special s mopping and 100 SIZE
: RIII, ," BTU Only U 3/W deep 22" w,de. to 10.500 BTU, And only 14* deep centrifugal fan supplies ample,quilt waxing) Hit floors
from front to back I power to direct the large volume air SHAMPOO
cooling at a budget
For gustily c
During 1963 the average age pr'ce_the Cavalier. Four models For effect ve cooling, 'low open stream to even the hardest of' iH.. cars in operation in the from 7000 to 9000 BTU A elm l, :tang eo t -the Vltceunt. Capacity corner. Everything about the Inv ALBERTO VO-5 (Re< .)
'S' was (11.03! years The trucks 14' deep. 11.000 to 14,000 BTU per il Ii big but the t za...and prig.

the sere average nearly two lit 799:years years older. on COMING SOON WATCH FOR THE C g"a 99ICE
1 Carepate T
lion rnember those driver edu- slsY.Iw SPRINKLER
training cars that fran-
'"I8Pd auto dealers provide to1lgh GRAND OPENINGOF h.w 1-.1.
schools The value of all ...lIlatl", tpriatlarrkatwHI '
'uch cars across the nation water
"wchei almost $2000000 a OUR NEW OFFICES AND SHOWROOM AT BUCKET reoi ep te 1906I \
;tar"! The cars are provided ft AdHte| >.la 338
rte to the schools by a local ream Imalared lee backer Compare. re $i.t! V 01_
auto dealer 205 Base Ave. E., One Block North of the Air Base a,,,' ,. r Mat' leect ... .loafer : ,
When you drive get as com
'Wible'' as possible One funda, Stmialaal Uabrwerakt" *9e SIZE ,

rental Is to adjust the seat to a N.11s ever J tteya .f ftvil

.v Important hir beat driving when posture driving This a R.L. ANDERSON INC.VENICE ?4 ,a ..... WERNETS 44,

".'r in which the lent has been fCapateTe29 t DENTURE CREME . :
''In'"justed for someone else Sit AIR BASE P. 0. BOX 297, VENICE FLA. PH. 488.1766
too close to the wheel can .

984 will take your breath 20" BOX FAN
'":Way, Look at the Falrlane 500 CUP THIS COUPON AND MAIL TO POLE SHELF
"I cylinder wagon. Here is a I_Ipead. 10" blew
Leek Passenger car that can .. m - .\\mmmmmmmmvamtBiKmm Ma M.aaal I TVa perkier pace sonnet I Hand.eeiM .
alb tot, a load and half ...: : ,
a -
R. L. ANDERSON, INC. I Ue la w I sad ceaveeleat oddlHee fa
"tithing Little' from fireplace logs to I P. 0. Bon 297 dew, ee dear ate A* the IIothro_. ftlvee teem. a seat.

Stop bv League this week baseball at team BILL V.niu Air Bate I eiaaait fen, laahta 'p or, trimmer appearance. } ....._
PHIliip FORD and look atm 'I Venice, Florida I nail Made by aad 2 bogs, eipamle palah.
IIr )Ford a further Information d ROOM a STORE 15.5,5 Mcftrow.teWo. I d i
hat Wagons Without obligation, please provide on a Carrier Air Conditioner fort. I I 1 i ,
belt retractor hive I a tree IUrvey a HOME D OFFICE t J 77
tine over big, They fit i on the 5
fclt; Just above where the belt I I 1588 l 1
'0"'"s through the seat and I Name. Address Campar. Ta tt N Vataee :
011 the I II c_,_ Ie $JUI Yals.a .
belt up when not in _Zone_ _Stat_ kAi
Use. Retractor does not affect I City_ l t

oft'afety"""'--: value. - . . . . Whit euppliM last W. rtt rv. the ngfit to limit qu.ntitit.. Federal tx wW .pplic bU



Saturday. Member -
r Daytona were io** to
THE basis of who had chosen attendee ,

rs ORlp, High School district contest and 'ceo till
to seniority
The seniors have been
Ing the library haUll\\,
SPEAK NewsBy research on their recently term, dOinC '

for Senior Social Stud.1P'f"n
-' taught by Mr. Redricit ) ,
DIANE LENHART and GENE EDDY ed to be at least RtqlUt.
To The Editor: on and on because the thievesget 10,000 Wordt*
MEMBEB Or THE ASSOCIATED PUEM .- MBMBE or THI FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Thank you for the articles away with it. If the police Caster vacation finally over, In keeping with Al Capp'e comic first length these essay. are till
published la The GONDOLIER would clamp down on this, it has now settled downto strip, "Little. Abner," the attempt of this sort( lor
..... ......,... .. .......... everyone many of the senior !
Tk AmMMtf to nMvtlr to w for .uh'' 01 .n a..e dl.p.Mh."tt.d' to (concerning the Lot Clearing might cease.. A crusade could the grind We've Sack Girl (Susan Murphy) was
w cot ottwwiM tmUud, In this" r. .. sad llM .Intel. nun ..hl"'h'" _.. All ntIs..f ..vsbIto.II..1.p.lll daily again. dance and a gift far. this essay has pmpol.'
son's Stan at
dtepatrhoB. arc aim rMtrvf>4Tk. Act Chapter 83-1922 (2224)) filed start with my $40 had a taste of vacation and are present the gfd going and .
MW MdJuMl. _t.. .._t.of. tM> a Nrlsbld1 Ita rquaa..R.s II .w in the office of Secretary of Muslal. Fielder's Glove, which eager to get finished and (O on certificate was awarded to It ort!find those who I
pawls" _Idd..n.et hF .rltlwt ......._ State. July 10. 1963, and the was stolen out of his locker.It to summer vacation and the Betty Ingles whose name was put time themselves stw'
clarification of the Act In the has spoiled his last yearof radue- drawn and had guessed the IIn to meet the deadline
next higher or ,
..bll..... Iwr Moftto u>4 n...... from 11I-M C. Mluil, I A_.. news columns of your paper. baseball playing in the grade, Sack Girl's identity. With music May 1. ,
f I Rated i. R.wnd Cta- ..".> At Port Omn At V....., ........ I thought :you would be interested school it Is heartbreaking! tion.prevalent Mixed last emotions Wednesday were, provided by the "Chevels,"
to know I have received D. THOMPSON, when cards the whole crowd, dressed "hill FLORIDA HO.NEI:
: EDWARD D. BALL .. .. .... .. ... .. .. ..... .. ..... Editor and Publisher several letters from South VenIce Venice. were April taken I, 'round.report Students billy style" In colorful costumes Florida is the third

f COURTNEY WILLIS .. .. .................................. Executive Editor residents, some thankingme again were heard making vows enjoyed themselves. honey producing state leadine b
SAM DILLON .. .... ... ... ... .. ... ... .. ..... News and Newsphoto Editor for raising the question of To The Editor: to do better next time. -- nation with an annual prod tilt
r the Lot Clearing Act and some Inour Tomorrow selected members lion of more
You missed than
I ROGER KILBY .. .... .. ... .. ... .... .. .... ... Mechanical Superintendent calling the out- .stat. residents editorial "A a Tale point of Two The annual-Sadie- Hawkins of the Venice High Chorus will pounds. 20 II1 lKt

I who purchased the lots Cities." How many golf courses dance put on by the sophomoreclass go to Daytona Beach to represent F. A. Robinson,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3.24 per year, $3.2} per six months, $2.75 "freeloaders," quote: "No does Naples have and how last Friday was a rousing us there in the state con apiculturist with the Issistant pavve; ;
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, $.33 doubt you are another case many does Venice Have? success Officially started test. Fresh from an all-Super. Uy of Florid. AcrlcuJtureI
per SIX months, $3 per three months.Changing. who let some of us work and -L. B. by the chase on the football for rating at the district con Experiment Stations, 11)1
-- -- ---- --- -- .. spend much time and money (Editor: Naples his five field, the unlucky males were test in Fort Myers the chorus, Florida produces more t that
to build up the areas while the regulation courses Venire dragged offto "Marryin' Sam" under the direction of Mr. half of all the citrus homey baa
freeloader Just benefit and has one regulation course, and officially hitched (for the Fultz, will stay in Daytona this country and aU of Ia
TimesThe complain." one par 58 course), duration of the dance, anyway). overnight and return home famous Tupelo honey, tilt
To net the record straight, I --
t don't believe this is true as all IT r- .- -
coil of i college education, now term, 'low interest and usually bated on of us who spent our move to

"running from $1,000 to $3,000 e year, need, and the new. commercial installment invest with in South Venice did so
one purpose, to plan a retirement .
it continuing upward"at the role of about loans will help many 'families home for future years Jlarsmt taBy Cr5n1t .. ,
five per cent to even per cent annually, whose funds are insufficient for college in Florida. I believe and state jp
according to Changing Times the Kip. costs. again. that out-of-state residents Welcome
are Interested in the ,
linger Magazine. It estimates th.t the The most popular 'leans, the magazine growth of South Venice and 3i
cost of four yean of colleg. for a youngster reports, ere offered through colleges under like to read articles concern The REV R. R. LLOYD PastorS Little Newcomer

now in the sixth grade will rang at the National' Defense Education Act ing growth.its development and Flnt Baptist Church of Venice

last between $14,000 and $18,000 and The maximum 'loan Is $1,000 a year, although Industry, I am sure, is well your hostess Mommy will will; phone us, i Wilconx
Wagon visit
"probably much more." the average lent is $500. Both aware of the location of this .- ... of you with i basks!
gifts and greetings to let you know how
of and the 3 fine city as the record shows The other I read humorous behind this
For a student headed 'for college this repayment principal par the many new companies beating day a greater meaning welcome your arrival It and to ungrituliti
cent after but meaningful story. A story. You cannot negotiatewith .
interest begin a year the student your parents.VVelconlllVagon
annual cottt are likely to be $2,000or in the area. As job opportunities sin will lose
year you every
leaves end he has hunter met a hungry bear. The
college, ten years Increase, the people attracted
more, the magazine points out. At any time. For while few of us have
to Venice will become bear growled at the man and
top y. ever met a bear face to face
well-known private college the figure more Interested in moving before the man started to shoot. But
Installment loan in the woods all of us have
t might run $3,000 At e It".. are springing up retirement age and job
over a
year. he hesitated when the bear fared a far greater enemy ;
all the .
university it could be at littl. at 1000. time, and though rates are still opportunities will help a community asked "Why do you want to SIN. Peter warns, "Be Sober, 4t \

But by 1965, these Cotta might well runaround somewhat high, competition ts expectedto cuch than as your other towns grow shoot me?" The hunter replied be vigilant because your adversary "
bring them down. Many colleges offerinstallment more rapidly "Because t want a fur coat. the devil as a roaring HONE UI-M08 .i'
$2.500 at public institutions, $),. on the west coast It surely can .
Then he asked the bear, "Why lion, walketh about seeking ,---------- -----------_.
500 at private colleges; and by 1970, the programs at I convenience and be a planned city and community did you growl at me?" The whom he may devour." M WELCOME NEWCOMER! I
others may do so In the future. In the having only been foundedin bear answered "Because I What to do about It? The
figures could b* around $3,600 and $4, am
1924 and having the Usa this to let us know you'ri here
opportunity t1 coupon
600. meantime, a Changing Times survey turned to plan and forsee the hungry and I want a full stom writer of Hebrews tells us I
ach." "Let us come bodily onto the
well I 100 banks and several
up over future br taking advantage of I DADDY NAM
"In the fac of those staggering figures, Obviously they had a prob throne of grace, that we may I
finance that have educational the mistakes of others of the
will b* able to afford to send your companies lem. So the hunter suggestedthey obtain mercy, and find graceto i,1 Miatra$* I
you installment plans, and nearly 1 100 others past.We negotiate the matter. Fora help in time of need." James I
child to collage the magazine ails. that ere considering them. were pleaded to receive while they sat and negotiated said it even more pointedly, CITY I
letter from the Englewood
"The answer lies in how early begin a Finally the bear walked "Submit yourselves unto God. I
you G Please have the Welcome call I
Another way suggested by the mega. Disposal Company to offer a Wagon on meD
alone with the hunter nowhere Resist the devil and he will flee "
to prepare and how thoroughly you ex- tine to handle college coats is through plan to clear our lots In South to be seen. But the negotiations from thee." Try the last part My Daddy would like to subscribe to the GONDOLIER I
plor all the ways there era of dealingwith a combined term )insurance-prepayment Venice at what we consider a had succeeded. For without the first and you will I 1 D My Daddy already subscribes to the GONDOLIER
reasonable cost This have I
the money problem. we the bear had a full stomachand fall. Take the whole (counsel L
program, similar to the installment plan arranged to do and have notified f
the hunter had fur coat. its form and L- re.
a victorywill
proper ::
;;; ; :;
Most families, according to the article, except that the payments begin before' the county in answer to However there Is a far be yours.. w w w e.t..w Y.sr.is .

tend to make these four mistakes in dealing the student enters college, say the spring their complaint article appearing No. 577.An .in your -- --- -

with the question of college costs: 'before, or much earlier. Thus parents "People Speak" column by a

1 they underestimate expenses; they are unrealistic really are not borrowing, but budgetingfor resident In South Venice indicated

about their ability to pry,. they college. Typical costs include: $25 action I against Or someone this take ordinanceas legal

give too little attention to low-cost education entry fee, 50 cent monthly service charge, he, as resident, liked the
opportunities; they oil staat /*-' d end insurance premiums of bout $1 I per wilderness This I have no intention ..t.

( *. month per $1,000. Total cost for budget{ of doing, nor did t
when I wrote for Information
If, when. the time comes, term bills area ing $4,000 at the rate of $1,000 a year concerning this ordinance.

serious problem, the most convenientway could b* around $250. From my own viewpoint) I boa d .
to deal with them probably will be Any way you look at 1 it, the cost ef' am for Improving this al'H for r r wW
the benefit of all who live there
by borrowing, the article continue Two higher education is getting higher and and if I built a house there

types of loans those that are \long- higher. would like the surroundings attractive
as Florida living is advertised y Y 1l.tW r.
arid supposed to be.I 4ard
III Farm Productivity Soars hope all lot owners from
nut of state who subscribe to
Hew many people, outside of your Immediate cans; when productivity began to accelerate The GONDOLIER, and the
in the 1950's, he was filling the South Venice newsletter, will
i do supply with
family, you your take proper action rend not be
v product or service: ? needs of I 19 people in 1955 and 26 people looked upon by the residents of a av
by 191>0. the area who got there first, as

Unless you're a farmer, you probablyhave :. This great swell in agricultural efficiency "freeloaders

no idea. However, the American it still rising, thanks to scientificand 384 ED Enfield C. POWERS Road,

farmer supplies more than 27 individuals technological I advances mad In agri Dayton 59, Ohio. They can

with his food and fiber yearly, reportsthe culture. The unprecedented productivityhas -- e
To The Editor 4
Florid Agriculture Extension Service. released millions of' workers to Indus Having had the opportunity

Only 25 years ago, the farmer was try whose productive efforts provide us and pleasure in travelling in
I Supplying enough 'for five to 10 Ameri- with the highest standard of living ever. the various parts of the State all
of Florida, we chose Venice asa

I : Too Late To ClassifyBy We locality all know to reside.and are muchly

delighted! in the completion of
the facilities for bathing and
By RUSSELL KAY one in this and another in that bottle of' otherwise beach conveniences attend

A Hello Stupidl No wait, I am serious.i shampoo and see how long it tales for which the resident of Venice
and their guests now can en t
j Of course, this ribald salutation! doesn't the gem to reach bottom.. joy.Now

apply unless you are one of the poor And if you happen to shave with an ONE ((1)) item somehow
J dumb, clucks who listens to the radio end electric razor you know that those that seemi to be 'forgotten and
thus I am taking the liberty in !
television! commercials, end fills for them. cut this way are far superior to those intr'Cueing' this (the buildingof College

No friend, I didn't insult your intelligence that cut that way and if you are silly fishing pier): so that

'I i in calling you stupid. The bright. enough to rough up your poor delicate the(Venice Chamber), the City of Council Commerce the

r; eyed and buiny-tailed; Madison Avenue skin with a razor that Is obsolete you are Optimist Club et all will review

boys did that. They give you an I. O. .s crazy as grandmother's quilt. this desired need and thus

about equal to six months old baboon. And the guy | like, ts the brave and the residents (especially the

t i l' Mrs. Sillyp.nts didn't know she was on noble knight that gallops over the countryside blessed SENIOR with CITIZENS that something) may be to

I }ll f television. Everybody who believes that with his magic lane and astounds be PROUD of?

I stand on their heads with their tongue poor dumb mechanics In the grease pit Visiting relatives In Daytona

hanging out Mrs. Sourbottom thinks her and little Leaguer at the city park. And relatives Beach (Halifax showed Shores us "their"), the

"I .' detergent is stronger than Glare, the detergent what business has he got on a public fishing pier, South Atlantic If their
r that reflects the sun. Doesn't she" thoroughfare with traffic running pumperto Avenue, Just above the Port parents join the SCHOLARSHIP CLUB now!

f know that she can't get to first base unless bumper Orange bridge.

H! she adds Boop-a-doep, Sama-poo, The soap and detergent people used have Relatives introduced in St.us Petersburg to "their" AND SAVE ONLY W MONTHLYOnly

; Lt. and Slick--sack Besides her washing machine to depend on movie stars and beauty fishing piers where the rest-
would clog. contest winners to sway the fable:. mind dents can sit and relax and enjoy about CM child 'In 10 now gets to attend collage But all of these children above can attend

cad Then you better not brush your pearly of the average housewife. Now they get Friend-residents fishing of Cocoa their parents will join the Scholarship Club now and save only $10 monthly. And, the parent can

I teeth with anything but Glaze, Glower, a flock of trained seals. They memorize have taken us to "their" fishing keep the savings' account. They never have to spend a cent of it unless they want to. They simply
donate the earnings to the Scholarship Club. When the
I Pepiopunk or Puck puck, or you will have 'lot of drivel and tell how they couldn't piers. Club will children attend college the Scholarship
pay a large part of the of the last three
expenses This will
parts have fishing years. amount to many, many
I" cavities up to hare and behind your little live or hold husband without Snide in pier. times the amount of the earnings! donated.

j pink ears.Any their washing machine. Nuts to them and Thus believe a campaign
: I poor simple sap knows that no ell the peer dumb females who rush to should be instituted to have a Wo sincerely urge yea to ,let on* of our officers explain the 'full details of this unique cottage program.
and FISHING PIER built for the It w the finest ever developed.. Don't delay. Only children under six membership
that isn't for
.4 product is worth its salt new their supermarket end scream for Snide. City of Venice indirectly ". can qualify
rr I Im rov.d. Next year the poor advertisers Wouldn't It be funny If some dumb, booming up more business of ".ridtl Hit .kf the Corpntia. far UnMthwl. D.nlp.aa

I will have to fall back on double improv- nary manufacturer took the bull by the the fishing tackle stores and a

V"t'lI It ed and newer than nw. Of course, you horns, kicked out all the bright young Godsend for the SENIOR CITI

and I know that it is the sam old product men on Madison Avenue and just simply ZENS.MARTIN S. ROBINSON,

i ,1 .': ,:rt but w* have to sit and listen to bored took 20 seconds to say "W brought you 524 Shamrock Blvd., VENICE-NOKOMIS BANK
I t"iI f announcers try to make us 'believe that this splendid television program and Venice Gardens

t 1 I black 'ts whit and red 'ts green. hope you enjoyed it. You can show your To The Editor: -- @ VENICE FLORIDA
And what about shampoos. Why don't appreciation by buying our product Why doesn't the Venice Police
out favorite pearl necklace which ts\ good the Department do something J I
t drag
you your as as anything on .
about all the stealing that goes "Soroioro County's Oldest/ / Bank"PAGE
and tear it apart so that you en drop market .t the price. on at the high school) U pus -- __r _.__ .

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e Live In one Ut the other pay It Off. Complete furahh.d. 1 ..fAtr II I
C Close to beach 1
$11,750.00 Three Cars In OneStyling

I and features of expensive r
t are combined with an American
" REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER mati-producUon price,
and traditional
compact economy
I SOI Laguna Drive pkon 488-4421 eh Ford quality In the Mustang i i.k.
t -a new line of can from
a Ford Division of Ford Motor
} 1 Company.
Aimed at the fastest-growing
1t sic dimension in American motoring
-driving for pleasure-the '(
Mustang often the practicalityof
a back seat and adequate
f trunk apace in a car comparable
oI oj o//
in size to\ the classic two-
f passenger Thunderbird. .
Mustang hardtop and convertible sy aYS ,1M4 ,
model feature at
+ standard equipment such
t n' 4r. y,b w wr M sports bucket and seats luxury, molded features nylon as

j AIR I_ carpeting, floor-mounted shift ylw a I, xt
(""" 4011.. photo b, 1Kb Obendurfl. for both manual and automatic i
i I transmissions, ell-vinyl Inter-
KEYS CHANGED HANDS-Harvey Rohlwing, last Sunday. Others taking! part In the dedicaa lor padded instrument panel .
1 a member of the building committee and con. tion ceremony were, from left, Melvin W and full wheel covers -----
tractor for the new educational unit at Lake- Rebber, Lee Holmbeck and Robert Pearson, "In the Mustang Ford actually BILL PHILLIPS owner of Bill Phillips Ford Co, displays a
: I side Lutheran Church in South Venice, turns all member. of the building committee head- has created three cars new Ford Mustang, at his agency on S Tamiaml Trail. Ford I
over the keys to the Rev Melvin H Meyer, ed by Pearson. in one" according to Lee A I Motor Company's newest line was unveiled in showroom all
CONDI Lakeside pastor, during dedication services lacocca, Ford Motor Companyvice over the country this week.
president and Ford Division
general manager. quick-ratio steering, RallyPacwith I of car-lovers alike have come
I Englewood Legion Auxiliary Will Name Candidates Monday "Starting" with the economical tachometer and clock I full circle to an appreciationof
fun-to-drive basic Mustang. limited-slip differential, and a the automobile for its own
Nomination of candidates fa r far night program with the legionnaires, the buyer may select optionsto special handling suspensionand sake," says Mr. lacocca "It
the May 4 annual election of Following the business session Members of the auxiliary give him a sports car for sports tires. offers a combination of driving
officers will be the major iter the ladies will attend a I committee are: Mrs. Marie L. street or competition use or a Luxury options Include a fun roominess and style
of business at the meeting of lecture\ by an executive of the Albright, Mrs Mildred Haste luxury car geared to either center console power brakes that permits the Mustang buyer
whole house Lemon Bay Unit 270, Amen I General Telephone Co, on and :Mrs. Clark E cl4!.. economy or performance." and steering, automatic trans to make of the car almost
your can Legion Auxiliary on Mon "Telestar' satellite, at a 'joint A social hour will be held Mustang options available to mission, power convertible top, anything he desires all at a
after the program, Mrs Clayton the performance-minded Include rear-seat radio speaker, re low Initial cost"
: Rhodes and Mr.. Clark a selection of three V-8 mote-control trunk release The Mustang Is low only\
with ;rdii.: I Eccles will provide the dessert engines with up to 271 horsepower vinyl-covered hardtop roof, and four feet three inches tall -
: : and assist In serving speed transmission air conditioning with a wheelbase of 108 Inches.
r "We believe the Mustang It has an over-all length of
represents a new dimension In 181,6 inches Just half an inch
for less 'than the The First National Bank of Venice request a variancefor American motoring at a time Inflect than the two-passenger
is 68
wi when new and old generationsBOILED. 1957 Thunderbird and
the erection of e sign on lots I, 2, 3, 29 I 30, .. Inches wide Yet with twobuck..t
of units seats in the front anda
cost room Bloc 64, Gulfview Section of Venice, Florida. A Pub. bench-type seat in the rear
it offers passenger family
lie Hearing will be held on May Ut, 1964 at 1.00M. : SHRIMP DINNER seating

? In Hall, Venice, Florida to which all In Some of the most significant
City $1.50Per mechanical and fun c 11 Ion a 1
united 1 persons are invited. Person breakthroughs in the historyof
car-building particularlyIn

Heating Air ConditioningSales DAN. B. GRANGER, Ctiiirman Friday, April 17 are the Incorporated area of weight In the control Mustang

Zoning Board of Adjustment It weighs 400 pounds less a
Service Engineering From 6 to 9 P.M. than the 1957 Thunderbird, due
Publish April 16, 1964 AMERICAN LEGION largely tn a new type of body
500 Bvne Are, Venice Ph. 488-2373
fotl by Mu, L G.r.ax G.M.M fan. HALL construction,
The Mint an e body Is a
sturdy. all-welded structure
carried on a platform-type
chassis which utilizes the
drive.shaft tunnel as a tugged
backbone Main i underbody

@ rnw [}{] @ [IDrn@ @ @ 0a members zinc-rich to primer are retard galvanized Is corrosionDEDKAJED used end extensively

w @ [ill& lJW rnw W& QDrn ad

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City Gets ShareOf tK t # mI

4* Wanted HereRoy

Record TaxesTaxes h
w -' Hopkins wanted In Venice -
t4 4: r # on two charges of grand '
collected on cigarette larceny, will be returned here I
and alcoholic beverages In the .:Z dII this week from Maysville, N
State of Florida have reached G li .r'r Y, where he has been in custody -
an all time high with $91.595.. for the past several
:20.11 collected for the first months.
pine months of the 1963-64 fiscal Constable Jack Knuckles said i1\
year, according to a report Hopkins has waived extradition -
(If the State Beverage Depart P- d and will be returned to
rnrnt Issued April 8. y far Venice on warrants sent to
This is more than $2 million Maysville last August when It
above collections for the entire was I learned he was being held
12 months of the 1962-63 fiscal there.
year, State Beverage Director Knuckles said Hopkins Is
Richard B. Keating said He charged with the larceny of
predicated the tax collections warrants and
$650 in one of the
from these two commoditieswould i $950 In the second. The war-
reach the $120 million i WilliamC
rants were signed by
figure by the end of the 1963- Steding. president of FlorIda -
64 fiscal I :year Mobile Homes, Inc.. of
The $2.699.787 55 collected In South Venice
March from the sale of alcoholic
The constable was scheduledfor ; h4i
rise liquors over show March a 36 1963 90 and percent ...., ..:.JI ,.::-: -"- Y. -- _. a trip to New York earlier 4
the 4833759.72 collected from 'KITCHEN BAND made a big !hit in inaugural performance at North Port Charlotte Civic Assn picnic. this week to return the wantedman
to Sarasota County jurisdiction -
the sale of cigarettes jumped

$1.24 Of per this cent.amount 2973932.53 Music-Makers (?) Keystone Cop GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFUL Scott(Gondolier Kelly/ photo of br Bob )

was. returned to the qualified Dog bites cost the Post Office the hand of Mrs. Ben Dunn, whom he described on
municipalities of the state and about $1 million last paign stopover Saturday as his "staunchest 0"1
the balance into the state Venice Senator Kelly paused here briefly
went area. on ;
medical fees, sick leave and
general revenue fund. In fact Summary Justice At NPC/ Frolic lost time. trip around the state for a rally with South County !
the amount of taxes collected of his candidacy for governor
each month from alcoholic -

liquors and cigarettes makes NORTH PORT CHARLOTTEA The noise pardon us, the test were Mabel l Johnson,
the State second Beverage Departmentthe contributorto good time was had by all music they made was out first prize for the ladies, and If
largest Talks
this state general revenue at the Civic Association Gay I of this world and the band Mr. L Seamans, first prize for Cummings
fund noted Nineties picnic last Saturday performers were a sight to see the men
Keating in their colorful outfits and Mrs. John Boyle served as
including those thrown in the ClubThe
Venice Shares To Rotary
bright aprons.Particularly chairman and master of ceremonies -
hoosegow by a busy Keystone
The City of Venice also shared -:
] .
eye catching
in the big increase in cigarette Cop. old and the new in busi-
It was all in good fun as were their hats decorated with The Civic Association will I WITH
sales receiving 10645.97 those arrested were tried bya scouring pads fly swatters, present its award for the besemblem ness relations were discussedby
last month. This makes a total O K Cummings, vice president
the and pancake turners and other chosen by the judgesat
of $92.867 received for the first "judge" on spot of First Federal Savings
were assessed fines which kitchen cutlery. One lady wore the next Civic meeting on WRIGHTREPUBLICAN
nine months of the 1963-64 fiscal and Loan Association, of Sara-
of 730
contributed to the Cancer ear rings made gilded measuring Wednesday, April 22 at ;
year. just $13.133 short of at the Community Center sota, and manager of its South
Fund Drive. Those who were spoons. p.m.
the $105.000 City Clerk Harry broke had to be bailed out" Band members Include Rita Mr. Carl Meyer, president Gate Branch in a talk before CANDIDATE
W. Hager estimated the city by friends. Boyle, director; Pearl Evans of the Civic Association urge the Venice Nokomis Rotary
would receive from that fund Mabel Johnston, Viola Les- to be Club Thursday
After the picnic the crowdsat all the members presentat FOR
in the 1963.64 budget. in the shade and was en- sand Carolyn Pickens Louise this meeting. Quoting Rudyard Kipling's
Sarasota County revenue tertained by a "Kitchen Band" Seamons Kelly Caughman, Iva "IF" as a good example of I
funds also profited in March composed of 17 ladies who Doan Irene Kenyon, Margaret the old-fashioned view of busi- COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
by a return of $62.230 46 from
Clara McShanog Start
made quite an impact with Dahlman Classes ness relations he compared it
the state gasoline taxes collect. their performance Lillian Downs, Marge Snyder, to the Rotary Four-Way Test"
ed that month !Sylvia'; Slachta, Eileen Millett, For Expectants which ask the pertinent ques-
The state general revenue I Dorothy Schueler and Inez tions: (1)) Is it the truth (2)) 11
fund was another fund that received 417.142 over the same month Booher. Helen Johnson accompanied ,
" Is it fair to all concerned? ((3))
classes for
series of
1 a big boost in March last year and an increase of them at the piano and A new Will it build goodwill and better WRIGHT DISTRICT 5
with sales tax collections of $289.391 which mothE'rs-to-be is now in session ROBERT M.
over February was presented a lovely flower- friendships (4)) Will it be
$21.114.781. an increase of $4.-1 was considered a peak month. I II I al arrangement for her brilliant .by The the classes Sarasota are sponsored Visiting- beneficial to all concerned?
w 1. 1 -I I performance Nurse Assn. The Sarasota The speaker closed with a
The Keystone Quartet was
I outstanding in singing some of County Health Department and reading of Henry Wadsworth
-- '
the Sarasota County Medical Longfellow's poem The Builders
the old tunes reminiscentof
I good ."
UNDER the Gay Nineties The Society. They are being held
crowd kept calling for more in the dining room of the Venice In the business part of the VOTE "WRIGHT"MAY
NEW Singing in the quartet were Hospital Venice. from 2:30to : meeting Sherbume Sweetland
Mr. Wagner Mr. Pickers Mr. 3:30 p.m. on consecutive presented the club with three
Jamison and Mr Booher Tuesdays through May 12 banners from Rotary Clubs in
Winners in the Costume Con- Mrs. Dolores McAdoo will In- Argentina, S. A, which he collected 5thPRIMARIES
KING'S TABLE struct the classes Mrs Marion on his recent trip to that
Kupres Staff Nurse of the VenIce ceuntry
O)) Hospital, will Instruct one
RESTAURANTN. class Mrs Pat Rickey, hospital
vice-dietition. will instructon Many coral-reef fish change :
Tamiami Trail general diet and nutrition, colors at night, presumably to
FOR TOUR.MEW HOME make themselves hard to see
Where HERE 1TDU WILL FIND, diet lactation.in pregnancy Considerable and interestwas diet in Tiny pigment cells expand or Paid Political! Ad By B. W. (P.t) Kearney Campaign Treeswere

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w : I ::1. For
Supper SaturdayVenice
jottings Women* EdHoc

">> t stem t 48S4Mf FIRST IN ESSAY CONTEST Area Barracks 764,
of WWI and the
Veterans Aux-
National winner will be chosen -
sag 4' in iliary will have a covered dish
r r I August at the auxiliary'snational
h sw. -'" ". .6' convention and the dinner and meeting Saturdayat
One of the truly pleasant I and Wattara Whitney, born March first prize award there will be 8:30: p.m. at Venice Civlo

rewarding Sunday afternoon 10 at Morristown (N, J) Memorial $1,000 Center.
happenings in Venice was the Hospital Parental Second place in the local con- Those attending are askedto
Seventh Annual Choral Concertat grandparents are the W. R. Lit test went to Miss Carol Mor bring a covered dish. Donations
Grace Methodist Church last trells and maternal, Mr. and ..wiwq rison, also a VHS senior Her of $1 tor nonmembersand
Sunday. The church was full Mrs Herbert P. Cutler prize was $10. Both girls are in 50 cents for members will
jM: U and the seven choirs from area -0- Don Stone' English class, be requested.
churches sang as if they hadbeen Visitors at the George Bates I Mrs Kenneth Norwood was
working together for home on Driftwood Road last in charge of the local contest The business meetings will
)' wI months There were also some week were Mr and Mrs. Ocey l begin at 8 p.m. with Cmdr
Judges were Dorothy Lantz,
beautiful solos and quartets. WUlenberg of Jennings, Mo. Charles D. Worstall presiding
Venice librarian W. W. Ward,
g The choirs, Mrs. Ellen will tour ;
They the
Mary east coast
Manasota Key author, and at the Barracks meeting and I
Meadows, who directed, and towns before returning home.
the various organists who participated -G- Dorothy Gaynor, GONDOLIER Mrs. Olive Noland, the AuxlU-\, t'I

did a wonderful job Claire Suter and Mayo Weedon 'f'f Women's Editor ary meeting t'
c i.i' providing a lovely afternoon of Virginia Intermont students ..:..o, _
V5-j music Mark your calendarfor took In New York City JOAN CARLE
1 ------ '';.'"'''' ,,A.... :"IGvoIdol' this next year, for sure. in high style with their school EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
( '" photo b Dub Obenclortl

COLLEGE CLUB OFFICIALS, elected at theclub's retiring president. Standing, left to right are A good art-0-show opened Sun- weekend classmates and over Claire the was Easter en- Miss of Mr Joan and Carle Mrs, IT Milton, daughter G.- EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY

I luncheon meeting Tuesday, gathered Mrs Samuel Roth, vice-president; Mrs. day afternoon also, with a reception tranced with all the goings-on
and Venice
Carle School
a High
fClt their picture at the conclusion of the James Whyte, recording secretary; Mrs. Allen at Venice Gardens They even had a awing through TRADITIONAL
senior, Is the winner of the
merting Seated are Mrs Harry Hager, left, Bacon, treasurer, and Mrs. Archie Wood, Recreation Center Some of the Washington D. C en route Venice area Veterans of For- Let m style your favorite vase
sew president, and Mrs George Edmondson, corresponding secretary. best art around is there among home, but she was a bit die- eign Wars Auxiliary annual essay er ceramic: Info" beautiful lamp.
I the 45 paintings, hung Satur appointed no cherry blossoms t
day afternoon by Stefania Ta- for them. contestShe e Raw;';", Rerty/i"9
[COLLEGE CLUB ELECTS koris and Veah Handley. Mrs. will receive a cash prizeof All Lamp Repairs
$25 for her ,
Takoris and Mrs Tatiana McKinney winning entry
are in charge of the SV Yacht Club titled "Foreign Students in Wmt bt bp' ri.nci Designer end' itt

shows and hope to make this America An Opportunity for Craftsmen
a Plans Fish
HARRY Fry Friendship." The will be
permanent display showcasefor essay
i local artists Prices are South Venice Yacht Club will submitted in the state (department THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I
I ) contest at Cocoa Beachin
ne College Club or the ven- mondson presided of Dickinson College, Carlisle, very budget-minded., very good The too show, for the sponsor a fish fry at the SV June. State winner will re- 204 N. TAMIAM1 TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
L will Community Hall
on Alligator
elected 1964-65 officit
Area -
Mrs Pa, and member of
Hager here a the Delta
came eight
the group's April lunch- be up for a month Drive April 25 at 8 p.m. ceive a $75 bond.
a years ago from Leommster, Kappa Gamma honorary
-0- Tickets
be obtained
on meeting Tuesday and Mass and Is a charter memberof teaching sorority She took Mr and Mrs Pete may
Cutter from Ellen Bresnahan
i amed, presidency Mrs. Harry Hager to librarian the club She has served as graduate of Pennsylvania work at the University (she Is the former Nan Lit. Frank Jones, A donation or of I VOTE MAY 5TH FORt
publicity chairman trell) are the parents of a son, $1.25 will be requested.
The meeting was held at My- and corresponding secretary Mrs. Wood, who has winter. t
i,|k i Lanes Gourmet Room Her alma mater Is Skidmore ed in Venice for the past three
Other officers, who with Mrs College, Sarasota PAUL TAYLOR
Springs, N. years from her home in Lansing
>.aer will be installed in May, Y. She Is the mother of two Mich., is a graduate of
t: Mrs Samuel Roth viceesident children, both married, and has Kalamazoo College and did
\- ; Mrs James Whyte, one grandchild graduate work at Columbia

cording secretary, Mrs. Mrs Bacon, the University F'
new treasurer -
,,-chie Wood, corresponding
is also a Skidmore graduate. -
Kretary, and Mrs. Allen Ban -
She has been a resident of Constable
Englewood for the past five
Forty guests and members years and came here from Demo Women
here present and luncheon
Greenwich, N. Y.
taker was Sarasota news. +r .. District 2
W. C Burnett who Mrs Roth, who came here a
year from McKees Rocks Make Plans
ago ,
"A Citizens
poke on Respnnsi-
'.lily in Conservation. Mrs Pa. where her husband was o -a a DEMOCRATQUALIFIED
superintendent of schools, is a
Fergus Hunter introduced
Miss graduate of Slippery Rock For Opening
Je speaker and Catha"ii Teachers College
Huntsman the invo-
gave Mrs. Whyte, whose home faIn
talon Mrs Charles Rash was Sorrento Shores, has lived Mrs. George Gibbs and Mrs t L ".... AND DEPENDABLEPAUL
}traduced as a guest here a year, coming from Bril- Paul Taylor, Sarasota County TAYLOR aI
President Mrs. George Ed- liant, Ohio She is a graduate Democratic committeewomen, 5N .
will be hostesses at the Demo- I
r ii
cratic Women Club meeting rerM .jI' r-- I PLEDGE TO ALL CITIZENS:

VNA Has Reunionor VYC Ladies Bridge Monday at 7:30: p.m. at Sara- I 1. Honest efficient and courteous service.
sota Federal Savings and Loan
: Mothers Totsere Set For Tomorrow community room. L....._ ..J... 2. Full cooperation with city county, and state law

TomorrowGraduates Plans will be made at the IUoad.h., p6ua tor sob Ubeodorfl law enforcement agencies.
Mrs William Bose Mrs.
of Visiting Nurse Harvey Spaunburg and, Mrs. meeting for the formal openingof MRS WILLIAM E. HORTON received a life membership In 3. Assistance to businesses by rigid enforcementof
Democratic headquartersApril the state Parent-Teacher Assn the junior
Ism mothers' classes will Howard Jones will be hostessesat at meeting of Venice
eve an annual reunion tomor- the Venice Yacht Club ladies 25 at 121 W. Miami Ave. -Senior High School PTA Tuesday night at the school She the "bad check" law.

lw from 2 to 4 p.m. in the bridge luncheon tomorrow noon Members of the club will is being presented her membership certificate by Mrs Daisy 4. To keep Constable's office centrally located.
R Stevenson, left, while PTA Mrs. William
president Eichel-
immunity room of Sarqsofaf at the club.Progressive. serve refreshments Paid Political 1 Advertisement
ederal Savings and Loan berger, right, looks on.
Mr. nf
/.ssn. bridge and foursomes "
be the seventh congressional district
1 Host group will be the Sara will played will the State Half the time when someone
report on
.ti County Health Dept. VNA Mrs Bose or Mrs Spaunburg Democratic Women's meetingin Is relating an incident your THE
'enice branch, with Mrs Julia should be called for reservations Hollywood last week impulse is to cut the story
pKeefe in charge. not later than Sunday short by saying 'and so,'
I Mothers are requested tot They should also be notified of Miss Elaine Tempas, vice- whereupon you get a nasty
uif their children cancellations president, will preside look




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ANNUAL AWARDS of trophies won during the year' competlhone Individual trophy; Adm and Mrs Robert Huston, winners of
were made by Venice Contract Bridge Club Friday atnice the mixed pairs trophy; President Robert Handley who made
I Civic I Center Miss Cissy Morison and Mrs' J. J' nea- the presentations, and Mrs. James Kalec and Bill Prior, winners YES! THERE IS A BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA HOME WAITING FOR YOU!
1 lon, Mated left and right, are shown with I their open pairs of the Tom Weaver memorial trophy

trophy. Standing, left to right are Ira Nelson, winner of the You'll find it it East Gate in Venice on Cypress Av. With YOU m mind, the builder has used ingenuity
and imagination to bring to you a home that meets every requirement for practical 1 efficiency combined with
beauty and graciousness THIS CAN BE YOUR HOME!
I Mrs. Carpenter Heads NES PTA I" IN THE MAY 5TH

Mrs T, S Carpenter was son Exterior design is lust at Important a. a floor plan because it ipreuet your mod. of living. The Golden
fleeted' president of Nokomis Other new officers are: Mau- REPUBLICAN PRIMARYVOTE Crown, though of contempory architecture offers completely new outside elevation and innovation
Elementary' rice Dalton, rice-president;
I Mcher Assn. School Monday evening Parent- Mrs. Shirley Schless and Gene Spaciousness ii the watchword of the interior. The large living room opera through large doors into e paneled
M succeed Mrs Gene Hender Helser, treasurer.DECKHOUSE, FOR family room, offering the ultimate in living area. Thar is an amply sued dining area which It separate from the
ligmg room and family room and compliments the feeling of space. Two large bedrooms and two ceramic tile bathrooms
and 16 foot garage with concrete drive round out the answer to gracious Florida living.
One of the most Important feature of this home it the overtired area designed lust for the "home mater,"

the room adjacent to the kitchen which Is at once, a utility room, laundry room sewing room and storage roomso
all Important in modern construction
:. Best Qualified
Iv AT THE JETTIES The cement block house with marble chip sprayed roof h a Medallion horn with terrano floors throughout
e. Candidate ForSHERIFF and John Manville insulation. To assure you of absolute comfort it it AIR CONDITIONED BY AIRITE ENGINEER.ING .

fishing! x This delightful home hat been bought by Mr. and Mrs. DM Futillo of Gary, Indiana, who 1 have, graciously
gone given their permission to allow the public to Inspect it for 5 months .s they return up north. It it open daily

as>_ SALAD-SANDWICH LUNCHEONS fr Over 30 year experience in between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m including Sunday, evenings by appointment.The .

Monday and Thursday t police work.. Retired from Detroit builder, Coctrill Builders and Developers, invites you to visit this home with the knowledge that it can
Wednesday sjaw 5 Police Dept. District 2 be duplicated on your approved lot or on your choice of anyone of the many lots In beautiful EAST GATE
YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES"Including 1 .7J) Constable .inc. 1961. Vote forth TERMS WILL BE ARRANGED TO SUIT THE BUYER.

Our Famous Salad/ Bar experienced candidate. East Gate offers home owners all city conveniences, sewers, water, paved roads, street lights, police patrol

FRIDAY and SATURDAY Campaign Headquarter in protection, fire protection. It also' has high elevation and is close to schools, shopping] center and churches. 1 1l

LOBSTER SPECIALOur Gulf Coast Development Bldg.

Regular Menu Available Nightly! across from Venice Gardens. B. tart, to see Me S handsomely/ designed Mode/ Homer, oil lectures of flue 1964 Venice Parade of Homes,

Cocktail Hour 4:30 to 6 p.m. JACK KNUCKLES Phone 488.2650 l built by fir /leading builders of this arta, on E. Ytnict A... and open for row ;inspection ill lAST GATE!

HIGHBALLS, MANHATTANS, MARTINIS 50c Paid Political Adv by Knuckles For Sheriff Campaign Fund 1I j


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I St. Mark's Church Sends 8 To Convention Del Traver Shares Opening Of World's Fair Next Week Recalls


Eight delegates and eight from St Mark's will be Mrs the Church.

members of St. Mark's Episcopal Fled Oram Mrs George The Rt Rev, Henry I. Lout. Part Played In The Columbian ExpositionIn

Church will attend the Bangs and Mrs. Margaret Gu- tit, bishop of the Diocese of His Calorie
South Florida Diocese' forty sack. South Florida will preside. High

second annual convention at Attending unofficially will The main object of business
Mrs. Potter Palmer
Daytona Beach Tuesday be: Mrs. Patterson Mrs. Becker will be the promotion of a capItal 1893 Bv The Late
through Thursday. Mrs. Twin*. Mrs. Smith fund campaign to raise - .

St Mark delegates to this Mrs Charles Richard, Mr. and three million dollars for workon Oyster RecipeYou The opening of the New York given upon sentimental basis

convention will be: The Rev. Mrs Walter Johns and Fred college campuses work World Fair next week bringsto of lex."

Dona Dean Patterson George Oram. with the aging and church extension the minds of those with long Cooler heads prevailed

Bangs Robert Becker and Rua- The Episcopal! Church is partof oyster-lovers who regardthe New England Oyster Stewpta memories the part played by Plans for the Woman' BuildIng -

lei Twlng Parliamentary rep- the Anglican Communion of superstition about avoiding 4 medium sized shucked the late Mrs Potter Palmer at and Its exhibits of feminine ra.
resentative for this Diocese which there are 42 million baptized them during the non-"R' oysters the 1893 World Fair In Chicago achievement went ahead. And

will be A. Bradford Smith. members It is organizedas Orange Blossom months can have one last fling 3 qts homogenized milk each manufacturer at the fair

About 2.000 Episcopaliansfrom a democratic Church In before April departs using A. 6 QUo, light cream Reigning society queen of was expected to state whether
Central and South Florida which the clergy and laity Club Installs C (Del) Travers party reciP 1H lbs. butter (not merger Chicago and this area who located Ms exhibit in whole or in part

will attend the convention meeting in convention determine ine) here permanently before was the work of women. 6p

end annual meeting of theFpiscopal the work and program of I New Officers It Is for New England Oyster Place oysters. milk and but her death she was an ardent Great Response
Churchwomen of the ter in large kettle. Heat slowly
of the world re-
Stew and it's worth In attested_ advocate of the importance Women around
Diocese Attending as dele Mrs. Mayme Petitt was Installing until skirts of oysters start to when elected
School Plans women she was sponded.But ,
Day to the fact
gates to the women's meeting officer at the annual wrinkle Do not overcook. president of the Board of Lady from Tunis, Syria and
banquet of Orange Blossom S I that for 20 years Add cream, heat until hot called Mrs Palmer t, i7 "yt
1 House April 22 he made it for Managers for the Fair Oriental countries
Open Club April 3 at Early W'M"Steak i enough to serve DO NOT the Columbian Exposition to reported with asperity
the Cheshire
Venice-Nokomis PresbyterianDay House. Conn Volunteer BOIL. Add dash paprika and celebrate the 400th anniversaryof word came that custom pre-

\1bII School will have an open New officers are Mrs Anna Li / I Fire Dept'. annual salt if necessary with oysterettes as the discovery of America. vented their participation or

house and registration on April Jones president Mrs. Arvilla meeting Serve She promptly wrote in a souvenir male officials wrote that wom-

22 from 8:30: a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Johnson, vtce-preddent and He and Mrs. soon aa prepared.time Approximately book of the fair that the ,en were not intelligent enough
at the church fellowship hall. Mrs. Florence Mitchell, secre Traver came Preparation good work done by Mrs. E. D. to undertake the work.
23 W Venice AvLti 14 to 2 hours. "
Mrs Donald Clapp is in tary-treasl1rer. I here in 1954 to Gillespie! at the Philadelphia "It seems Incredible fumed
of the *e Centenial Exposition and Mrs Mrs Palmer, that governments -
charge Purpose open Gifts were exchanged and make their per- Hear
house is to familiarize Interested names drawn for secret pals .45 manent home. Fire Dents. Julia Ward Howe at the succeeding of these countries wouldbe K3. POTTER PALME

c y yM f fs parents' with the school program for the coming year. After the ..r.. i He had made Cotton Centemal at willing to make admissions
> Talk New Orleans "prepared the reflect much ed States at the Paris Enoai
t banquet and installation ceremonies Travep manufacturl n g Safety which so upon
Mrs William Edmondson Is members returned to his life work and retired in 1950 Members of the Venice public mind for the cooperation themselves ion of 1900.

teacher of the three-and-four. the Englewood Oddfellows Hall from his business in Water- South Venice and Nokomis Fire of women in exposition At the Columbian Exposition Since those days women KIK

\ear-olds and Mrs James for games and a social hour bury and Cheshire They still Depta and their wives were work." which introduced electricity won the vote and been accept,
Dunaway the ve-year-olds The group will next meet own a home in Cheshire, where guests of the Nokomis Auxiliary In the same souvenir book and a muscle dancer named ed on more or less equal\tens I

The school has 27 students this May 1 at 7:30: p,m. at the Odd their two children live, and to hear a talk by Sirt Whit. Mrs\ Palmer was describednot Little Egypt to an entranced In the profession! i
by herself of course as Mrs Palmer described State fairs may still hue
year. fellows Hall. make frequent visits. there although Knutsen. Florida Highway public iwoman's
ey "petite symetrlcally formed "the nation hostess building devoted
they are permanent officer April 16. herself as t r
Patrol Safety
I residents now at 204 Bay Shore I The meeting was at the Nokomis with a Guido-like face framedIn and the nation's head woman the domestic arts of the gull

Musa- Men's Garden Club Told Area Circle Fire Hall and approximately soft dark hair tinged with servant. ler sex. But apparently not i
firemen and their gray; shining eyes and dewy Seven years later the nation world fair The 1964 Korldi'
They are both orchid lovers sixty lips with a gracious. manner made further use of her tal- Fair at Flushing Meadowt ha

she being president of Venice wives were present.Speeking rather only possible to a cultured nat ents President McKinley appointed only one hospitality center la

Prefers Zinnias Marigolds Orchid Society and both enjoy as a privilege ure with a warm heart. her the only woman women a penthouse recap
than right Knutson pointed
., !the Gourmet Club dinners. He a First Bu'lt member of the National Commission tlon lounge atop the Better U" HPAGE
was the club's chef du jour last out that thinking would pre- Mrs Palmer's Board of Lady representing the Unit. Ing Center
Zinnias and marigolds are Blanche Cell specifically for month. Managers created by an Act
dents. ,
II the area's favorite annual flowers the West Venice Avenue color of set aboue ..-.. --.----- ..:!. ---=--31
according to Mrs Annie display The recipe below Is for a jority of cases. within six to 10 Woman's Building.
Ruth Summers of Summers The group plans to continueencouragement large party and will serve 40 to miles from the victim's home a In an competition
Nursery who spoke on summer of fall petunia 45 persons It should be> cut and more children are killed in open plans
women architects
annuals at the Venice Men planting by area citizens proportionately for mailer automobile accidents than by. came among from a dozen women SchaffnersUS.

Garden Club meeting Friday. groups, and, according to the any disease he said The prize went to Miss SophieG.
Development of strains of gourmet-<-re.tor'. wife, is A safety film was shown after Hayden who surprised fair

., lupins. hollyhocks. snapdragons Auxiliary NamesConventionaires heavy on the calories but worth the talk and a social hour architects ,with her "ability to

larkspurs and petunias for It. followed. prepare and furnish all necessary 41 AT RUTLAND RD. i
satisfactory Florida summer working drawings
blooming is making these flowers Opposite Venice Gardens
br Pre-Columbian Artifacts Art and estimates .
increasingly popular in this President Mrs Hilda H I The three-story, Italian Renaisnanc -

area she said Dare Mrs. Louie Sheppardand building called "a t Thanks To The
Once Again People Of
Other annuals for use here. Mrs. Clark Eccles will Are On Exhibit At USF GalleryAn I noble thought conceived in a

she said. are the Florida pansy represent the Auxiliary to woman's brain was the first The Venice Area. The Drawing Was A
galadia, shasta daisy and English Lemon Bay Post 276, American exhibition of pre-Colum featured this month in the University finished at the fair

violet provided the latteris Legion at the district auxiliary blan art from private and public of South Florida Libra. In it were a model kindergarten
Winners Are.
Success!! The
grown in the shade. conference in Punta Gorda Florida collections is being ry Gallery model hospital retro

SKIMMERS A second speaker was Ray on April 26 Eighty-one examples of ceramics spective exhibit of woman'

Carter a commercial palm At the groups meeting last and sculpture from culture work from all lands exhibits
3-piec. PLAYSUIT bloomer, grower from the East Coast week Mrs Marie Albright was Student Art Show which flourished in of the most brilliant achievements I Mrs. James Takores 7sf Prize

louse and undress. Sizes 3 who spoke on the species of named chairman of the nominating America before the time of Columbus of women in all line of '

to 6X palms suitable for this area. committee which will Opens On Sunday are shown Most of the work and parlors and reception Mr. H. Aanderson 2nd Prize

present a panel of officers at artifacts Peruvian and room..
$6.98 E. L. Worthington chairmanof are
the April 20 annual election The fifty area students of the Separate Work
the beautification committee Sarasota Community School Mexican. Mrs. F. B. Gibbs 3rd Prize
meeting Assisting her will be Originally there was great
SHIFTSSizes reported the clubs Several atone
cam art clashes will show their rubbings, a ,
Mrs. William Haste and Mrs
debate whether women'swork
paign for growing petunias! type of pre-ColumbIan painting on Estfe 4th Prize
3 to 14 Clark Eccles works at a two-week show i should be separate frommen's. Mrs. R. E. -
throughout the city as increasingly which opens April 19 at the dolls, Jewelry cooking
$3.98 successful He compli- Mrs. Dare and Mrs. Herd utensils. and statuary .
Venire branch of Sarasota are represented advanced and Mrs. M. Gibbs 5th PrizeA
man hostesses at the "The most
mented were
the city officials, and Federal Savings and Loan in the exhibition. "
post meeting social session. radical thinkers wrote Mrs.
Assn. Gallery hours are 8 a,m. tollpm. "feel that the exhibit
A reception will be held that weekdays; Bam. to 5 should Palmer not be one of sex, but of thesis alto to Mrs. G. J. Jars of Venice G.rdtl'l"o*

Venice Area Church Directory You fall In love for no reason day from 2 to S p.m. p.m. Saturdays. and 1 to 11 p. merit and that women had for the drawing. -
at all except that you were Students are asked to have m. Sundays The exhibit will reached th.. point where they was present

bored. eager, indifferent or their paintings at the bank by be displayed through May 3. could afford to compete aide by R. S. SCHAFFNER.MODERN .
blind, April 18 with fair
PT side with men, a
XAnuvrax1 msoopAiiCHtRCH
chance of and that
I Old Turn cnc Wart&.M!.Uhth orfie.\
ff, Peer O. Madion, Vletr 6L R... ..... Gm w. ComDtDCKParlor

Nab Randy Coremunloa SmtlMa,: 1:11 lit' and a.m led Sands! ... S.ird.r 11_ iVlBW Cch.hiW' ( Attention Drivers! Crowd At MeetingFiftyseven \

T M m. '
VEJOCS/ ASSEMBLY OF GOD eo. ..:;. Swed.ll0IaMY.na. :: ; : :
...w. at Mrrti. Anna ,.... and T 10 u ItM ..... members and t
In. Victor. Maurlea Faatar guests attended the Venice r

Randy Monni Srhool.Wonhlp" 10'11 00:M a-m.a.m. NORTH PORT CHARLOTTSCBIRCHM is APRIL Area Coin and Currency Club Da

S -.. Sarrlaa t:00 p ... : April S at the community room
V.!*mT. ,...... Maatlni .::00 ,.... FIRST nCSBYTEIUAN cavils ot Sarasota Federal Savingsand

VEH1CE.KOKOMIS METHODIST rlr' c-.aaltp::7.to Ptunn.Cad.HlaMorSuitdar YOUR BIRTH MONTH ? Loan Asen.
CHU CH IM. 'or>Bl* 8..1." Mr and Mrs. Wallace Hill
CnlUrmi .. ....._
rata A_.. 4 CI. h.ld .lIaa.
John Lml.Poa..aas964555 Jon., Putornmftb situ Adult ...m. :" IF SO please check driver's and H. E. McKrell. North Port fora
waWup -._, 5.10 as aa4 II your Charlotte were introduced as

lIotb..l.San. I r.llowahip:41 ..../. I:11 r.. TSIMTTf. .Coanonltr MrrHODIST.,CmUrAir. CHURCH. '!tense. It may need renewal won new members the door prize Mrs Peggy a United Hill ;-
A. Boldnw M ntetwS : i happy change
States Proof set
BMMANIEL'\ LUTHERAN CHURCH d.r I::41 .... Worship 5..fa ,
too s. Timl.nl Trail 4M-494I n Plans were begun for the
Putor The ROT Chute L Bow. EPISCOPAL MISSION ,group i second show next year
rh.rrh" School' S:II .m. At Seoul HOUM after a discussion of the March move
Wonhlpi, till am., Md 10:H .... Paw Madm Vicar. ,
The auction was conductedby

Th Ran 4 ml Malrii South/ H.OB M.m./t; -IOO' FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH. Sarasota County Judge Col.! Robert Johnson. Mrs. to a11.
N. Blaeana DM.Ttva
errtaa. 10::10 as Norma Garvls of South Venice
fMndywonhlp School t II l... Ro>. Charla II:. Cat__ Ij
DIM. Claaaai t II a.n. klvtotor.Sondwi acted as secretary in the ab-
t.41 .... .u.... ScSootUiOOa.m aenct of Mrs Sally StubbsLESLIE sir
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GDila 8tuo>. 9111 ...., WadmadarSEVENTH CALVARY RFFORMFD CHURCH
DAY ADVENTIST 1(01 North lion... Drl... .': '
r Nakas,14la S,"nd.r School" .:41 am.M.irnini .
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I, 141 Th. Ri.llo 4 l V.Hit..i,cTalaphoMI Bandar MaM *:M .... IS THERE A PHANTOM GOVERNMENT IN ELECTRIC RANGE
I .Until School. .i Ii4l am. JIoI.oIa| Mva t. 00 ...... FLAMELESS
i Wonhlp dunliai lomdarl S ID a.n. nfaailma Balort MawCONGREQATIONALCHRISTIAN
F.llowablp HaJll 11 ..... G...... '.a.. SARASOTA COUNTY? eccaceccasee
I .... M CUANI No soot,..norns,no Mack.anad are flamowtyW the ',
EVANGELICAL AND REFORMED Does It consist! of people) Intent en election of only those candidates whom, pun.' Walls and curtains stay look Colon,tea
SAINT MARKt EPISCOPAL CHURCH n. .... C.: Rotarl Ckabl" 5.0. clamnkmpe.
j Risk. at .......* MlntaurOnrleia .. they can control for their own selfish interests? .J tun BopsMpeail tmita atari te*
Tba KK Donu Dan P......... Rattergiindar Miss bold uwoorarilr m tho SO eoou Pore flawless ebcbio Baal
s5Vann''. (.antena BoeranUon Co... .t II Sarasota County's economic future depends on good butineu.Ms government j ing tnatantly. Foods cook III!laaa watt
cooks tha foo4-_the
i'I T M O.B. Hair OuMmiinkm a.m Sundara.Cturall does multi-million dollar cook.Goodbye a..zataio nun flavor and vitamin
I (:00 a-n. Family I Wonhla HornlllSPrarar 'School: irlth .1_ for all at any project.( to bat IlRt: seal!
........ UM OMPI tha aduh ...... ..41 a.aa.a *O ATO No opan ( .*. No eararfant-
Ii,. ... Adult Bible Sad and Racraatlon" Con'.r. Adult .1_ tMa.m LESLIE C. MILLER is beholden to no one. 10 AUTOMAT1C1Nonb bumbif pilot Uihtt An elaeMe ranja sicomplrtely
School.m. ...... rlpt. and Ura. rl.r-
Itd5 .. Charak Moralu Prarar. and mad.t H Knliht of Wt Shamrock BM.Vanlc Help restore prosperity to Sarasota County through' efficient government to automatic control,a roodarn alactriarani worry-fine and child jroof.
bnnea Gardona. and tentible spending of tax dollar.LESLIE eooks food aafcly eyes when youate
your .....yltom knee. ASK any woman who eooks elactrfcaUf.BhaB .

t i ;l BAPTIST CHURCH OF VENICE VENICE BIBLE: CHURCH td:700 than'a neb/Nsewg. .Vii
I ,I t FIBST Richard. R.: Lk,d. Pastas 171 S. Tamlaml.. : Trail C. MILLER *0 MODUNI The aaw alactria ran** JOUr Elactrb Appliance Dealer today.
'I I Bandar School, t.41 n... Tlia Ro. B. r Rlehardaon, P-
went, e.e.a 11 lO* as Bundar School SiM> a-m HAS THE EXPERIENCE AND KNOW-HOW
t Train. taUm." .M .... Bundw Cmnlnt ., t::10 p.m.
1 K...iltil Sonrtaa T:10 p.m.Wodn rr._ in4 Bn>l> Sad'. IitO ,.-.
.doe l Pra.QT Mo. tln.. 1 ..l.ii NJ1t lazx)
,: ,flamPeas
p.n.Nanh17 .....* It,H .... VOTE FOR HIM MAY 5thPaid ,

+ FIRST CHRISTIAN CBURCHDIooI.1oo i r m1. as esufMa, /Oaf
>f Chrlrlt SOUTH VENICR IAPTUT CRAPPtiaml. political Ad by Walter H.Wars, Campaign Treasurer P. O. Boa 3478, Sarasof tt.!
: Twnpl Cut V,..M Anew R.m Dr. C Old Rllflawnoa; M. % FLORIDA POWER t LIGHT.COMPAH
Par rn. Rm O M. Pwnr ROT Arthur M. Sp liar. r.*torSUBdar Bee Jenkins, Englewood, Deputy Treasurer '

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APRIL IS, 1 I9M .' 're MNE

.Public- Dance Set For Saturday.- -- I4 r ESt Mrs. Webinga Will Head I

pie Englewood Boy Scout son Tickets may be procuredat Y
otoml1ee! will sponsor a pub. the door or from commit. a
tt Jd
t dance in the American I*. tee members and Boy Scouts Cecilian Music SocietyNew
.,(? auditorium tomorrow Ample free parking is available -
i lening. in rear of the Legion Hall,
of modern and The president of Cecilian ratings Awards from the 1 Beautiful Dreamer" by Stephen .
A program sponsoring federated Cecilian Music Society were Foster and Saint Saens
Miuue Society a
fashioned square dancing! (he dance is Don Weekes
d Sr., !Is Mrs. Paul Webinga of presented to each of the eleven "My Heart at Thy Sweet
In'alv music to be DO- chairm.r., Aaron Van club .
the Tilburgtreasurer ,
o ood 2021 East Crest Drive, Englewood performers by Mrs Douglas Voice
the Engle Vol. I
Ided bv : James Fox, secretary Arnall, youth activities chair Refreshments were servedby
Hoedown Orchestra for : George Austin, Charles
nteer Mrs Charles Weber, Mrs
of man
;ilroom end square Yale' Hugh Green Jay Fitting, Mrs. Webinga and the In her and Mrs. Howard .
her Miss Jenny Brown, Guy Halliday
iancinr will i>l start *t dancinll'l John White Mort Grfms, Ben fleers who will serve with costume as Jeannie" sang Procter.
inj con inue Jo Lane and William E Herd for the 1964-1965 a.a801were ____.,.,, l i
elected at the clubs meeting
Donations are $1.00 per man,
last Thursday
Other new officers are: Mrs
1 Ty pAN James Hightower, vice-presl!.
a dent; Mrs. Bruce Rlgby, secretary .
w : Mrs James Dick, assistant .

f ---.. -.-. .... ." .-u secretary, and Mrs
EIGHTY.FIVE VOICE combined choir sored by Cecilian Music Society for a summer Jay Lumley, treasurer
concert Sunday afternoon at Grace Methodist musical scholarship at Florida State The new president, who sue'
Church drew an audience which filled the University Participating Churches were St. ceeda Mrs. Robert Merrill has
n, 'Sl' t J church, Mrs Mary Ellen Meadows, director, Mark Episcopal, Venice.Nokomis Methodist been a member of the club
is( shown with part of the choir, combined Grace Methodist, Calvary Reformed, since 1958. She and her family
from seven area churches The program was Venice.Nokomis Presbyterian, First Baptist came here from Fort Wayne,
the seventh annual benefit presentation, spon. and Emmanuel Lutheran. Ind in 1958 She and Mr.
Webinga, who is with Littrell
Concrete Co, have two children .

b Republician Women Leave For State MeetingWest I She, Frances received and her John.college de.

i gree and musical education at
Coast delegates to the of women in Republican activities FFRW, and Mrs. Ann Lord, Hope College, Holland, Mich !
12th Annual National Republican : Mrs. Margaret Buebey, member of the Public Relations and taught music for seven t
Women Conference in president of the Venice.Nokomis Committee of the FFRW, years in the Muskegon, Mich
r' R Washington, D. C., April 9.11 Republican Women Club; and chairman of publicity for school system. While there she
7 arrived home Sunday and will Mrs Helene Morris of Sara. the National Federation of Republican directed the Lakeside Metho-
i leave again today for the sots, treasurer of the Florida Women. dist Church choir and also was
Spring Conference of the Flor Feedration of Republican Delegates will register Fri. directress of the Lutheran
j i Ida Federation of Republican Women and candidate for nat. day morning! and convene in Church choir In her native
} Women in St Augustine tomorrow tonal committeewoman; Mrs. the afternoon and evening The Constantine, Mich. --- -
i 'YGwdntw and Saturday Harry J Barker, first vice banquet will be held Friday With the Cecilian Society she (Gondnlbr photo br Bob Ohmlorf 1
These Include Mrs. S. Carl president of the local club and evening at the Ponce de Leon served chairman
Shank, the former Clare Wil Ex-Officlo member of the Nat 1 Hole!. resuming activities Sat for two as years program and \is the present MUSICAL AFFAIRS of the Cecilian Music Society will be in
liam, of St. Petersburg and lonal Planning Committee V urdav morning The luncheon vice-president. Last year the hands of the above officers for the 964-65 season. They
Washington/ who I Is responsible Mrs Scot' K, Woody of Sarasota will be held at 12:30 p.m, Sat she was cochairman with Mrs were elected at the group s meeting last week. Seated, left
for the overall participation first vice president of the I urday after morning sessions Lester Wendt of the Seminole to right are Mrs. Hightower, vice-president; Mrs. Webinga,
- -. Music Festival. president, and Mrs. Lumley, treasurer Standing, rear, are
( photo br Bob Obwidorfl, I Mrs.District Webinga Jr. is choir directress Mrs Rigby and Mrs Dick-

THE LAST JUNIOR COTILLION DANCE of the season Sat. of Venice-Nokomla Pres
ud jr at Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club called for casual attire bvterian Church and a member
for its Shipwreck Dance theme, A contest was held and rvf the Venice Area College
Jltllwt Murphy and Rodney Edwards, front, won the 'fun. Club. YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS
neat costumes" prizes! Linda Brown and Bob Hamilton, left The Nocturne Music Societywas
rear, won the cutest couple prize and Jody Klimai and Shar a the guest of the Cecilians On Auto Insurance
on Nightman, right, were the shipwreckiest' The Cotillion Thursday and participated in I I. New LOW RATES
sponsored by the Woman's Club Junior Section the meeting by presenting( the SAVINGS
Hymn of the Month and the

ct e An audience of eighty enjoy
FORA. ed the program as presentedby
Jeff Meadows, Patty Ed- a4AGENCY
Tnondwn Carolyn Jones, LInda -
81Sp.clol Shanks. Janet Duke Roberta

LOVELIER YOU! Scott Cook Merrill, ,Cynthia Ronald' Aldrich Jones,: 116 W. Venice Avenue I -

: Patty Johnson, and AlisrAnsM Telephone: 48O-2289 JI
The young musicians had received 'HtS&SSi

Beauty Event from Uoroihy Gray I 0' I I excellent and superior



VELVET FILM I "1 nil,to b> .B..k Obe dml in
SHEER AND MRS. ROY DEAN new commodore Mr and Mrs Gore Spender, right A dm We specialize
and his lady. of Tarpon Center Yacht ner hononm the new commodore was held at r serving all makes of
with purchase regular iuf, t235v 1uel50rpBT ? Club are shown receiving congratulations the clubhouse on Saturday '
from the retiring commodore and his wife wafer conditionersAND
nit small simple bottle of I Harvey Spaunburgs I II e 'R BaunEa'ruWATERANALYSIS} WE : '

1 Sheer Velvet Film. See how it .1, rkkw6UL1 S.IAMROCII PLUMbl81s SELL-RENT
Host VYC BridgeMr I
I ++'t
add< glowing color. If not _
I lighted,, return ,the large bottle' fi I and Mrs Harvey Spaun I I t *at 41
unopened, and your purchase tf burg will be hosts at the Venice .
Yacht Club mixed bridgeWednesday I
price will be refunded. : I II iiJr
'0":' ..., at 8 p.m at the
I club
I Progressive bridge and foursomes :
DICK & MEADOWS will be played I II THE BEST
I All members and guests are I II

PHARMACY I I dine welcome before and the those games wishing.should to I I GULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING ING.

i 231 W, Venice Ave Ph 488-6776 l: make their dinner reserv it MIS
not later t than Tuesday e.Ap..A swat 628 E. VENICE AVE. VENICE PH 488.6247 488.2465
fa t br s.nr tar Cxnmw ?
Venues Medical Center Ph 4883985 1 is served from 8pm. Dinner|I
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APPIt n ,.
PAGE TEN THE SONDULtCK "_ *, ......... "

Democrats Set Snoopers Slate Venice CAP Squadron Wins rrye'M I rr'M

Jubilee FeteThe

Sunday Drill Corn nefition.
Fifth Annual Democratic Meeting TonightOn .. ,
Party Jubilee Ball will be held -- -- -- I -- - - ,- - y

on Saturday, May 2, at the Lido Venice Composite Squadronof ed of S/Sgt. Fred Van Patten, control the team, appearance, Y I
Casino Ballroom, Lido Beach/ Spearfishing the Civil Air Patrol won the drill leader, and C/3e David military bearing word of com
in Sarasota Group 14 drill competition Sunday N Girard C/B Homer Wade, mand and general deployment.An .
BiUy llckoslier and WI! afternoon at the Venice C/B Steve Norwood. C/B Walter for the winning '
"Stardustors" will provide the The Venice Grouper Snooper Airport, vying against teams Balsinger, C/B Steve; John rk1tr.1:
music for dancing, and special Skin and Scuba Diving Club from Arcadia, Bradenton and ,on. C/B Gary Kendrick C/B birthday
entertainment will be added. will meet tonight at 7..30 at the Sarasota. Daryl Mattox C/B Mark Nor DeBaltz,
Ticket may be obtained Venice Branch of Sarasota The drill competition was one wood, C/B Walter J. Packard, er V
from member of the Sarasota Federal Savings & Loan AsinTh of the highlights of a day of C/B Bruce Potter. C/B Donald Prize 6
County Democratic Executive activity which began with a Went and C/B Mark A. SUre. chants \.; ,1. kta
Committee, from Democratic meeting will feature a dissuasion the
fly-in breakfast of pancake* Judge for the competitionwere
', Party Headquarter ai :2} Central : by Dr, Douglas Williamson and sausage The breakfast, a trio of U. S. Air Force most 1Ift '
Ave, or from L. Paul De of the recent State cooked and served without' Reserve officers craft .l.4: '
Loreto, Jubileen BaU general! Leo Belsito of the The team four :
Spear Fishing contest In which charge by was given I )I:1i.1-: ...
chairman. Ticket! are priced Bel.Bree Diner, was termed"a minute to demonstrate 17 drill The -
nt $3.00 per coupl' $3: .M single the club team participated with success, even though the formations including an open by the : Member of the CAP drill team admire trophy, they won in SurJay competiUoo. .
I'' Table reservation may be 13 other team and placed turnout was mall" ranks inspection. Judging was ,
i made at Democratic Bead- third Plans will be made for Major James Kieman, Group based on neatness, shoes shin- --
i quarter by telephoning 954. the next cpearfishing contest. commanding officer, presented ed. haircuts and drill forma Western
hl .288. I A woman. team I is being or the first place trophy to tion. Drill leader Van Patten Thrift BUY THAT NEW HOME
f ganized. the Venice drill team compos was Judged on his ability to ware.Alston

Houaer', \

ber Camera Walker'Shop \t

,dz Don NOW
.Alt r lor's

feed 2
Also I

.r+r Liner Hank'Barber Brandy's \ fJ)

J&I Ina. i
? Imports,
ONE DOWN to MUCH Bayside
GOIWG/ UP One-Hour
The Insurance will H9'
proper p
Irvu' A .a Vf'
your budget en a* even keel ridge's
should financial emergencietluch Auto t11'I!
at Fire, Theft or en Auto' ttifii Drug
Accident occur. Cell this week' Store,
1 Store

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IJIIc : NEW FOAM PLASTIC container of the type son, chairman Board members with Dr. Williamson .
now being used by the Venice Branch Eye are Mrs Christopher Magee for the
Bank to deliver eye tissue to the North FlorIda Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers, John Farley
Eye Bank and affiliated hospitals is displayed and Al Felnsod for the Venice Area Noon
to members of the local eye bank Lions Club. kil I

board of directors by Dr Douglas E William- ref m ore hay a air es s /llo!o U/lit e eyou'll

Watch Those Census Makes

... Errors, MacDelay Survey Here like the many

or possible error in the Facts on employment and unemployment -
handling of their GI insurance will be collected in
advantages of
accounts by the Veterans Ad. the Census Bureau'* Current a
ministration it risked each Population Survey In the VenIce -
L month by hundreds of veterans area next week, it was announced -
> who fail to use their GI insurance today by Director First Federal Home Loan.
I Lt* ann ExB ri*.<*g, C pbUSPESSARD policy number to identify Thomas W, McWhirter of the
L. themselves, Census Bureau regional officeat Your rugs
With over five million veterans Atlanta. Our "no-
r "' BiOLLANDSTATIS holding GI policies and Information furnished ty service VENICE OFFICE
with thousands of cases of iden. local households will be com- furniture
TO THE UNITED SIKATIjf tical or similar names, the individual bined with that gathered in 3o6 tion Drop 601 South Tamiami Trail
number assigned to other sample! areas of the coun- DAY.
*l woM to spas"T>HICK: ynuso L MOUJUC fcw4 each policy is the only way of try to obtain national estimates
.. ,
ngrar eeeambedeYO assuring speedy, positive identification of the April employment situa
IKM! *>- ....-- c-..
;1' canpolg HmvghiM M Mln as S.Aeaeeet.d tion. Similar inquiries are FIRST
dot tn b lwlf ef mylidarf eon *Win IMM Idiarf Cs 5. Veterans writing the VA regarding made in the Current Population .
for n iUoie at your r. their GI insurance are Survey each month at the
tinned liaise liiMur, but : *. urged to use their policy number request of the Bureau of Labor
IM at Iota oicol pvtod ::: ==
1 including the prefix letterH Statistics U. Depart SAVINGS
would not be wee M have AND LOAN
Waihlnglai end .haw f" d. ___ K, V, RH, BS or W to iden. ment of Labor. ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTAMAIN
Hot nprMHiMd In Cangrwi.At .A Atriw al Mol c-JItee: lily immediately! their own account
your Senior SmaMv I night w ed.dl.e.l ren..aad so that the VA can quick. OFFICE 200 South Pineapple
eut thai Mluwm filial RIB nm. There are some 500 minaret-
paint ly take the action they desire.
Motor of W SMMI DOTH topped in Istanbul. OTHER OFFICES South. Gate and
J end tht poser ef an Kvldual In the event that the veteran mosques St. Armandi
.. .
Sewn It vary I merry do .rte seer., e.enue.
r+ Eby tile SOUOBn ketpmanl LrM HOI_ aw lose has mislaid his policy number,
+ he should furnish his service
i !. -
Holtevl b eew law =- ;X.ndda ..rhp serial number and his date of
4 : h.. I alii year at e nsae MllHiin .. Mhn. tt ,.... birth to enable the VA to iden. Now you can get an :18-foot. two-ton Chrysler
t .f the Untied sera anon wed /areas. a.ene hm at lily his account.Church .
taft Florida ...end ke k MiIn ...... .. .... -.. .. for less money than one of those
the ardor el Se+bray ki the. area 1oeMII. .the leaser Jazzed-up compacts
< DOTKMraa awKlMaMp *f k* ef aa.1 cue .M a. a.aekeal PlansRummage
1- of..... with a big car name on it.


-A RummageSale
I will be held in the Par Let's face it. You can't make a big automobile the road Power for the tight And the luxtir
ish Hall of St. Raphael'sCatholic out of a ( when it spots
even has
: compact a big car name
Church Saturday, you get only a big car. \
on it) how
e April 25, from 11:30: a.m. to matter many extra-cost: options You'll get more value too-things that cost '
3:30: p.m. Mri Charles Hine- you
brook will be In charge, J : ]
H ,

"''I "Ss Ftf.ft2feri:

why settle for lew than
a Cluy
THIS DATE /IS OUR /INVITATION TO YOU AND A NEW You'll get the room you want. Weight to handle that price U no longer a factor? -now. ,

Chrysler New Yorter placed first. In Class H (Luxury) 1944 Mobil,., Economy Rur>-.77| ",p.,.
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I', f I MEN'S Special Custom Sizes 5 to 14

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j r. I WOMEN'S Special Custom Sizes 2l Va to 12
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t I \ ,.? Sapporo .Orthopedic Shoes W MOTORJ COrVOHATION
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'l __

LegalIN Legal Legal

'r"'t ______... ..- -
\ "" ". IN vex COUNTY lUIIGE'. OOURTIARAIO"r4 HAVINO rlAIMH And drmamli which you or althar of yuurun. '.
V < \ (COUNTY FLORIDA AGAINST IDOBi'CND': I I ho,. ....In.' 111. Male. if WAI-

( ,LO'IN"' ''" 11.11oo.: ... of i riOBATKIn Tan. a.ra kar..br notlfM" and tenured County TIER D., to STOREY the Comely.._Judn. .laU at of.araaota Mid.

II GIiS.SIPlBD1 ANNE MKNRRta: ItapMMdL I Ie. f"h.any-.. anlnat alalm or tha domed 11:0.: ...whteh of JOHN tarn hung. "...Id., it his offlM In thoourt .
'i9'oIj NOTIce!: OF INTENTION TO MALE E.max SINN. Daoonaad lato of ,........ houaa of raid' Court, M Saraaota,
l. :nII: APPLICATION FOR FINAL Conntr. Florida In ... offlca of Hon. Florid., wllhln alu aalandtr _111. from
DISCHAFCK. JOHN T. ORAHAM, e._,.. CantyJudea alma of tin tint ,_utiMe llD a at thlinotice. .
Nollf. la b.rrtr rim. thai I kavafllad Two coplaa of h claim or d.
11/ 1..,.. '''\ 11. t I 1 iii." t mr final. r pars aa Kiaoutrli of In. Florida th. County, within Court all Houaa talmdarmonth atSaraniU. ",.nd hill ba. In ...111.., and ihill ....
ii... ..i... of Anna Martd dmawdi, Iha Flow' of raaldanea and Fat wlflraaddraaa
from the d.55 of Mla flrat publlratlon -
: th.t 10. flM nw Mltton far final of th .I.f"' and ahall ba
... ... .... ut thla NoekaRash .. .
-- .h. and that on Itth dar of omund. .....t ha Invrltlnt worn te th claimant hla affant o.Olin"
CIIASSIFIED: Mar. A D. |.|4, I will applr la th. Hon.nrnbl. Balm In or dell ,dew tha '" and .....",.., b. a fllln 0.at
(; and dupllratai
Houses For Sale County loin Samiota. County.Florida oaa dollar and nab olalm or Amassed
and offte ad-
Rentals Help Wanted Mobile Homes for ......val l of Mid, final r port .plow.... of of .raaldanoa... Claimant, : Boat ahall .ho .__ not to AIM abort ba void.
final 6.m.M JOHN C. STOREY
and for
dbhate. a. hli ....n' of hla ate
to br tha Claimant
RATESI VENICE th. aitota of Anna Mmk.1, ._.... A" administrator of .00.. EUlaof !
GARDENS ATTRACTIVE HOME furnish ,.... tornari i ahall ha noaontpunloil hr a 1171flllna ... ...
BEAUTICIAN! wanted immed- For Sale Thl. Seth d. faa and 0
Waterfront $17,600.00 ed. One bedroom screened lately. Call Mr. Hlckj. 474- RUTH DOUGLAS.... mand not ao Ala oar's.ahill U void.or Tha Publlah. April e. e. II, II. ,....
I Rate, both Thursday 3 bedroom two baths (show. porch, waterfront lot. $55.00( 1841 1949 MODERN HOUSE TRAIL a.estrl.Ann. M-k-t.aT th.poaanil.to. of I IA film, raa mar lie Add to tha amount.
, and Monday Edition er off Master Bedroom), month Including utilities. 488 ER. Fully furnished on lot. _....' Smith and Tho....., I of alalm.team and tha alnlm, Counl, forma. Jiinia.mar.a ha offloa.ohtalnad
cloned 2573. MALE. Full time dishwasher. HIT Wort Miami Laws a, LAURA S SEWN MONEY?
size NEED
$1.50 garage, Florida room, Large new refrigerator. Vanlra' Florida.Publfehl .
built in stove and oven, eat PARTLY FURNISHED Apply Venice Yacht Club. Immediate occupancy. Best April la. >S, to. Mar Y. 1MI I aa John Rawdla R. Seery of lbs Doaeaaad.AUVonarl Batataof .
ing space in kitchen 2 bed. offer. Pickford Trailer Park Blair, and Dnn I Would lilt to have
((12 word minimum) dryer washer room cottage $65 month, SALES WORK, 9 to 4, 8 days Oak St. IN THE COUNTY lUDG!!' OOURT Attornora at I.... you
, Words each 60 drapes and mower. plus utilities. Phone 488-4927 or a week. Earn $120 plus SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA 117 Nanu Pt_ i torn money in escrow to
Additional ,
Central water and sewer and IN PROBATE r O Urn un.V..I. I bustI .
extra 4888467. week. Automatic monthly renewals 10' :x: 46' VINDALE, ALUMINUM In Ra KaUt* eel .., Florida protect your family or I
pump for watering. paid vacation JORFTH C HOT. TVnuoJNOTIfU Puhllahl I April t. I, It. II. 1M4 I nell in case of your une -
CASH rote*. both Thursday First class condition. UNFURNISHED, New 3 Bedroom group 2 bedrooms tiled bath, OF INTENTION TO MAlE I
Insurance This la not insur- heat large tank wall APPLICATION FOR FINALDiarHARG'E IN THB! COURT OF THe!!: COUNTY patted dealth or disability7If
Monday Edition MYRON home. gas gas ,
and McGLYNN Realtor location
45J Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Nice lawn and reasonable rent. tnce sales Call Benvenuti, 9 to oven, Kelvlnator sliding doors, NMI,. la herb clv.it!: hat I hava'IM JUDGE, SARASOTA FLORIDA COUNTY [ you can qualify I can ere

S1.40 Phone 4281464. 12. Sarasota 3551722. exceptional closet space and I .. final roport ai K 2 cabinets TV antenna ha ... of Jnoeph C. Bate, deoaawdl I WALTER D. STOREY: Poaoaaad. I
BEDROOMS 2 Baths. Ven awnings .
MAID Whit some experi th.t I hara IM lor KMltlon tar final.1d..h. IN PROBATE; PAUL E. SANDERS
|Ill word minimum) ice Gardens. Furnished or DUPLEX. Clone to Jetties and ence. Phone 488-3418. covered patio. Nice location I ....., nnd that on th. IMF dar of Tf Art CRrnrroKS AND PWRIIONI:

Additional Words each 50 unfurnished. Newly decorated beach. One bedroom twin and wonderful neighbors. Lot <....A Cnnntr 1>. IKlt I.I..will. of apple K.-"to. .Uia Cane Hon.irabl. HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID OR ESTATE DEMANDS Ph. 488-o738 483-5183

inside and out. Phone 488-3769. beds, air conditioning and television WANTED Driver-Salesman. 150 or call at office HARBOR Florida, for approval of aaM final noon Yoa and _h of roa ... Mambo. notl.
Par Aiav na.. (ra ta riaaab $65 per month. 805 Hige Hood's Dairy, Inc., 1301 S. LIGHTS. and for final dlwharva .. E........ of Clad and touted. to praaant anr elms. --l: _
>, thrra la ....... .> SS aaalatlM NEW HOME Corner Lot, 2 Dr. th. .t tjit of Jnaroh C. "..., dw.a, --
far ana taamlaK 1 ? Apt. 1. Call 488-3602 after Venice By-Way. Thla Hth dar of April A n. I....
.... |aa aaea ,........ If..n.n Bedrooms, 2 Bath, Florida e p.m 1964 AIRSTREAM Land Yacht. DOROTHY M. RKTK,
A....... .....t. af IS aaata la Room Air Conditioned. Central FORMER MARINES, receive Used three weeks. Sell con Fnrirtrli of, .... '..!.. ofJ WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
.. .
paa.,,. ..far.......hi*t..tb.>llaa OaiiMlar la alaaaHlaaa.PC. heat 2 block. from Venice TRAILER with Cabana, carport four (4)) days pay each month tained. Sleeps four Extras. Ph. Smith m>h and C Thaws Dacaaaed.Altornora RAMBLER DODGE
Beach Casino. screened for[ 438-4864. Lot 97, Harbor Lights lIT Wait Miami Aranna., 188.3965-488-6150
Phone 488-5741. porch, until one week-end drill. Regular V......, Florida. alb S. Tami.ml Trail
CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne Nov. 25th. Dell Goodhart, Pa. credits toward retirement Mobilesites. I Publlaht' April II. '.. M Mar ,. I9It SPECIALIST IN .
VENICE GARDENS dua Court. Rt. 2, Nokomis plus the added earning
Edition, per Inch $3.00 Furnished two powerof 28x8 ft. GLIDER Trailer. Birch IN TUB!!: COUNTY JUnOK'S!!: COURT IN ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
$15,500,00Air weeks
Both Editions, per I Inch $UO conditioned Central 2 ROOM APARTMENTS, $53 California in August.summer Call camp 838- interior. Attached 12x10 ft. I FLORIDA ANII! FOR, RlTTINn SARASOTA A* COUNTY.A COURT. Brat Repair Lubricate Chaitti(

Heat a month. Including utilities 1911, Tampa for details. Cabana, screened and curtain. OF PROaA I'B. Front End Alignment a Oil Change
All clanlfied) ads peyabte In Living dining and one bedroom 504 Armada Rd., S. 3 room ed. Fully equipped for living. HARIIY GUBACK. rianaaxl.Coart Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Beami
aaabfshedaccount apartments, $85 516 Armada Lot 63, Park Ave., Venice Municipal Fla N. Ml
except to .
idvince opens large screen Business Personals NOTICE TO .KHUTORS; Wheel} Balancing Electrical Repair
S. .
Trailer Park
.. porch that closes with plas- Weekly rates also After TO ALL CREDITORS AND AIL PTH- Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard .
5 p.m. call 474-2589. CLAIMS OR DEMAND
tic Specialfor SONS HAVING
shades Large lot, city AGAINST SAID EETATKl Radio Repair Transmission Repair
yearly tenanta-10 per cent TYPEWRITERS and Adding Boats For Sale .... .
CANCELLATION water, 2 bedrooms, 1H baths You and aarh of tow ara .. .. ...
or built-in stove and oven ref. discount April through Septem Machines (mechanically op flat and raulred. to ....nt any .. .. Ail-conditioning Repair and Installation
ADJUSTMENT bar rated) Chemically cleaned do.nd .Ileh w .110w
washer deep TV MARIC 30 H.P., on 16-ft. GULF :. .: H'101'RI{
Riqueits for cancellation .. lawn freeze set, like new. Just $12.JO plus parts LINER with remote OU8ACK.h.a. rode.dewed law F.0 af N 80.......
adjustment because of mower and garden ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY If required: AU makes. Venice con Coun',. Florida to tha. Gamete Jiidia'a"
or tools. Term. Apartment heated pool. Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave trols. Some accessories and a Caws of ..- Courts la tha ConatrConrthouaa
error must be made for MYRON McGLYNN Realtor Venice Ave 38-6113.. needy trailer for one seventy. M a._ Folds, v/Hbla
Reasonable sip aalandar. mouth, front tha data af tha.
Piunday Gondolier BEFORE 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4874 Week month or yearly W'I nine on the line. 4883802. tint, publication of thai itotiaa.
S pjn. on Monday. For Monday F..ea ilaln or damand laaat aa lami
4883681. .., ,.... IhaCounlr
Large 2 145 H.P.,
Gondolier BEFORE S
I.d..'. ..,f...,. hi dupHralothall
Thursday. bedroom, 1H baths panelled 3 BEDROOM house the SHEPARD semi-cabin radio search > ... toa. paw of naMaaaa and REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
on on
p.m. .
Florida addraai of alaliaanl.
room, Cathedral cell. light electric windshield wiper, amt offloa ., .....
water. Nicely furnished and LUMBER CO. 01>.11 ba awnra M .br tho .1. hajlonnt
PHONE ing. Call 488-5397. clean. Air conditioner roomy sleeps 2. Ideal for off. ...... ay h Io ........... .0.11 lie _
screen 1003 N. Washington Blvd. shore fishing. Will take trade, penal b. a 1'.71 5111.5 ,. t.0le0 f..
704 SERATA ST., Venice. 2 ed porch and carport.; YearlyOr mw lie rmwm.d b. addle to tOm' Duplex in wonderful location. Small
488-3125 SaratoteeaJl 325000. We also have .
bedroom C.B. consider reserving for next more ... of alalm), and any auah chumdaainnd
house. Florida than 100 boats listed with our ... not ao coat .h.U lie ...IdHOlliER .
room, one bath season. North Port Charlotte, /. AVERY C.USACK.
nice living / down with good terms on
468-3881. ELLIOTT PAULfor brokerage dept. 23-ft. to 65-ft aa Eiarutor of tOe Par.t payment
room with
fireplace, kitchenand Gas or Diesel powered. Hansen Harrr Gawk 1..a6
Real EstateAPPROXIMATELY dining area. Utility, car Chris-Craft Sales AttoflNVl A. Bradford MINA further informationcall
2 BDR. UNFURNISHED house. Inc., 1201 Smith and Th_ balance. For
port. Lot size 60'xl50'. Contact Dining room, large living ROOF TRUSSES North Tamiaml Trail, Sarasota SIT Wait Miami Aimina,
4H acres, William Leonard 402 Sullivan Quiet section Alum. Windowt & Doors. Phone 958-5515. V......, FVrMa.Pubthhl 4884196.
St. punta room. near shop April e. 'I, I.. ,M. IM4. 488.6413 or
with palms pine trees 250 (t. ,_ Gorda Fla. ping. Phone 4884412. Contract Roofing ft Painting

en Fox Creek. Private road In BEST BUY in Venice Gardens. Phone 488-2132 VeniceDressmasJnf Boat TrailerBOAT IN THII COUNTY JVDCrS OOltRTW
Estates. Reas 2 BEDROOM Furnished' apart- AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY.FI.ORIDA.
Mission Valley
3 bedrooms, bath and half IN PROBATIIW
enable 4886707.WONDERFUL ment. Large kitchen and living R. ESTATE< OF
large utility TRAILER, in
room, carport, good con.
room. Also 3 furnished Joni 6 SUO.
a room alterations draperies =, ,...
screened porch. On a large corner I I dition. Harbor Lights Mobile 1441NOTTcx I
OPPORTUNITY lot. Terms as low as $1,400 apartment. Summer etc reasonable 4M-1130 I Sites. Lot 41. 1'0 RWITORR PERSONS ..... -,- -
Combined professional rates. Phone 438-3785, Eves. TO ALL CRNDI TOPS AND
down. 380 Hillview Rd.
small business use with 488-5994. PersonalsWill
ome. Short walk to two shop. 4882894. I Wanted

ting centers schools banks BEAUTIFULLY Landscaped 2 CENTRALLY LOCATED Real Estate Corner

tn U.S. 41 corner. Room for expansion Bedroom, 2 bath Home, Central monthly Apartments; basis on Vacationers yearly or Boy who tool Stan WINTER RESIDENT desires

and parking! Byron Water and Sewer. Reduced Muriel Fielder'i Glove, Im enclosed garage space one
welcome, Armada ApU, 408 car, from late April to Nov. I
Markle Realtor. Phone 488- from
$$17,500.00 to $$15,900.00 for "
406. quick sale. Byron Markle Armada Rd.. S. printed "C. R. Thompson, Box 465, Casey Key, Nokomis. WHETHER YOU'RE

Realtor 4884706.WATERFRONT LARGE FURNISHED 3 room return at once to locker room. BUYINGOR

Apartment.; Weekly Month. No queitiom ailed by police. YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military 2 bath with nice OR
bedroom -
Lots For SaleTO HOME. 2 bedrooms ly Yearly. Reasonable! Phone obligation with only six SELLINGYou're
1H baths, garage months active duty. Return
have dock. Reasonable Margaret 488-3785 Eves 4885994.ON WILL SHARE my home in Nokomia for service with your local Marine screened porch. Wonderful loca Best Values, Ar*

SETTLE ESTATE we Drive Laurel Villa. 488-2464. PRIVATE ESTATE at O* with another lady. Reserve unit Call 836-1911 Found HERE1INTERESTED!
several I lots on which we are Must know how to drive Retired .
prey, two large bedroom Tampa for details tion. Small! down payment. Easy
authorized to accept ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice lady perferred. Call 488-
Call for details Byron Markle, section of Venice. Two bedrooms apt., living room, tile bath, 4319, evenings.

Realtor, 4884706. two baths screened Frlgldalre, gas stove and fur. on'. '..a terms. For Information call
I nace TV, garage space, fur HOMETOWN
porch and carport. 1001 Nokomis Lost
CAROLINAOver nished or unfurnished. Annual M
Ave., So.. Venice $14.000. 41 CLAIM SERVICE 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED
33 acres with 2000 ft. basis only $100 per month. 0
Low down payment No closing SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING S. Call
frontage on paved State Quiet, no lawn to mow Phone :
costs. Call 488-8701.
t and diamond wedding ringon
Highway near Brevard N. Seaman. 966-2825. snven.e a HUGH
C Priced for quick sale Nokomis Beach off pavilion raH.ucttaeiaw McPHERSON

M.495. E. D. Edge. Venice, GOLDEN BEACH near gulf 1 BEDROOM furnished apart Reward. Contact The Gondolier -

48J-2289. J. W. Ponder, Venice Two bedroom. two bath, ment. Yearly. Inquire Arm- Newspaper. P59-M2 488-6547
Ion Apts, COS Barcelona.
488 508. 30 foe Florida; room 11i11R1", nrnnmnnnmrnllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIUIIIfI II I ? ?

FORT MYERS Lot 80'xllO1 on III ft. writer M. MODERN. airceed3tk oed 3 Bedroom 2 baths, Screvv t
(Fort; Myers Villas). Sacri. s!tore* available fat South Oil
floe $1,000 cash. D. Baker. Sit GULF STREET I Venice Shopping Center: For BAT RIDGE COMMUNITYA H. H. Wfmm f e r I R e a I tor Porch heat carport

11815 Brownell St., Plymouth,, Information call 488-5658. I
NEW DUPLEX In Venice Gar CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 $17sJg.E UNFURNISHED

LOT 9 IN BLOCK II, in Golden dens. 2 bedrooms each side. bedroom furnished house = deiirable wooded, highly restricted community of I II I Agent for Western Union Telegraph.

Beach. Hershel Fancher Orleans Central heat and alr-conditlon- Screened porch.! 488-1333, 468- = choice Homex'ret on Blackburn Bay. Monday tin Friday to 5; Saturday to I H. N. WIMMERS r

Ind. Phone 2046W.INVESTMENT cd. Attractive lake location. 2151. REALTOR
Phone 488-4885 488- 651. I Priced CLOSED SUNDAYS
or From $3,800 to 6600. 221 W. Miami Ave.
3 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot Misc. For Sale 486.5308NEW
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT S Yea should these Selected for
EASY TERMS0 city water and sewer. inspect Offering at once

Walk to school and store. $7.250 AUTOMATIC SOFT DRINK -= sale are limited to only 3 for this year.

Shore Road 100x150 ft. 30 per cent below cost! Call Vending Machine still under I

comer lot. Hidden Bay 488-1110 after 4 or weekends. warranty, for half price. B & W

88x160 ft. on canal. Ave Auto 488-3502.Repair 629 E. Venice call ROY FRENCH ASSOC. 488.2126 HOME. VENICE This Space

Ph. 488-6738 SEWING MACHINES. I -
Clean HAROLD ROSS Realtor =
15 OR 20 UNITS of going Motel oil and adjust. $250. George 2-BedVoom I.Bath Large Living Room end Dining

65'x 125' BAY POINT LOT, Apartments preferably on Patti 1030 N. Washington<< E Area Kitchen Frigidair Elec. Stove end Refriger For Your

Nokomis Mile from beach. the Gulf. Send price terms and Sarasota 995-7885. "" tor Laundry Room Plus Utility Room with Extra

High dry. Value $1,350 Make complete 1963 statement fit Income TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII; IIIIIllIllllllllllllllllll11111 I Commode and Wash Tub Florida Room Central Heat Real Estate
offer, 488-3629. and expenses. Write to: RUBBER STAMPS made to or.
and Air Conditioned, Large Trees.A .
921 Russell St., service Office
Ralph Wallace der. Overnight
WILL SACRIFICE good equity Ottumwa. Iowa.Apartments. personal, pocket or stock. INSTALLWEATHERTRON- REAL VALUE AT $16,000.00 AdvertisementUNUSUAL

In two lots at Port Charlotte 4881432.

for $300 total. Phone 488-5401. For Sale .; I FRANK C. RAEBURN

_Piano*-. REALTOR
SPECIAL 3 LOTS close to .
ichools, shopping center and $8,400. FURNISHED Efficien, George Stelnway Stock. Knabe Winter- Everett Cable All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488.1600 488.2649
Yacht Club Apartments
Hospital. cent cy.
$1,995.00-10 per Center Rd. Pool beach Nelson Fayette S. Cable
down easy terms. Take one or Tarpon and low maintenance. Mort- Mallet & Davis V

all 4706.three. Byron Markle. 488- gage available Sarasota Phone Musette Players :

924-5323. Wilson. Pianola P'ayer HEATING VENICE

2 TradeWILL Allen Lowrey two-bedroom, Florida
residential. No. 14 & 15 Homes For PMESj
Block 3, Unit 78. 4 Business COMPLETE SELECTION OF gd09410 Tile Bath, Large Kirch-i

3. 4. 29 & 30. Block 2, Unit 78. TRADE HOMES. 2 Bedroom REBUILT RECONDITIONEDAND J Refrigerator, Tee

A. Gallo 337 Gardenia Road 1V4 baths, C.B. home, FULLY GUARANTEED CORP rano Floors, Carport, Very

Venice Gardens. Ph. 4883573. large I lot on deep canal with PIANOS AND ORGANS Nice Work Shop, Plus Utility

dock in Laurel Villa for comparable FROM $125 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fl. 488-5359 2 BR HOME Room. $8,500.,
or larger home in Venice "Florida's Largest Music Co."
Highly elevated choice lot. 1301 1st St.. IN REALTOR
105' frontage Acrot street Rentals
from Beautiful Opp. Florida Theatre U.S. 41 and Albee Rd.

clew Robert Reasona Bay.ale. Phone | BEAUTT II* VENICB. Open Thurs. & Fri. tit 9 p.m. VENICE GARDENS Ph. 488-3785 Days
Bee loaaa. Dalian <. Bar. Ph. 938-1019
8-5047. CALL LOU JACOBS, aaa-tUT COCO PLUMOSA Ph. 488.5994 Ev...
Newly Repainted Inside and Out. CB
EFF. APT. Single only. SQUARE: DANCE and Summer A
SMALL Floors. Tile Bath.
II VENIf I RBSTDKNTIAl U>Tt week. Ph. dresses Size 18. Phone 488- Terrazzo .
$10.00 per '
_CALL IOU JACOBS. aUS-IHT 4884006. 1480.

ELK INLET Seawalled private ATTRACTIVE 3 room and bath LIKE NEW Norelco Shaver, $1.95 and up only $10,700 2 LOTS

boat Kilton, Reas $10. 488-6130.
basins. E. L. apartment.
:iBayshore!! Drive. Nokomts onable.furnished Utilities, TV furnished. 3 PIECE SET: Samsonlt luggage Low Down Payment and Monthly Payment of' Only $08 SIDE BY SIDE IN

Phone 4881938.EFFICIENCY $12. Phone 4882573. COLD HARDY Including Interest and Principal. Venice Gardens
Houses For Sale
Apartment fur- LAWN MOWER goon cod! $1,350.00 each

BV OWNER Modem 8 bed. nJ8hed. Linens, utilities. $80 tion. Cheap. Harold's Mower FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor I' ,

room. 2 baths porch. Be- month til Dec. 15th. Sleeping Shop, Colonia! Lane Nokomis.

Jwe n beach Post Office Ex. rooms, $10 per week $15 Noko-, 3 BRANCH OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488.1695 Martin S. Staneik I
fa kitchen. Converts part for Weeks. Phone 488-2422.
Wntal apartment 529 Palmetto mis. Misc. Wanted 474.2413 474.3223 or REALTOR I

Court;, Venice, a I ROOMS, air conditioned, $ell. 306 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 488.2241 Venice 4885443THVRSDAT. i"I\\

5 5ni. BEAVTT IN VENICE."" 1 room efficiencies, $75. Utilities WANTED Clean Twin Beds, _
...Daiia R... saw T...... Included. 438-J5M. M" or Jaw. Phone 1882373.
LOA JACOBS. ......ft 3

r' t

1!, ,

ffim bXir; APR1C:: ft

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GOLFINGwith 1// Gulf Little Leaaue RoundUD.

I kBOWLINMyakka G tp Venice-NokomU- Bank- Venice player, slammed out the first Knuckles.... held Sarasota Federal I getting his first pitching.

Lions, Osprey Merchantsand home run of the year in his l to one hit in chalking up was the winner Tolly BOMlq
led the Kiwanis J
of the
Venice Elks won opening team's victory his Initial victory year. at the pl'lI
CARL ROHMANN Saturday night, Kiwanis won with a double and two
in the junior division of 'inelee
games DivisionIn 'In
M1I'4, PRO.MANAGER Gulf Little League as the 1964 Senior over defending champion Yen three times at bat.
T the senior division First ice Shopping Center 92. Steve I Farm team activity sa,
LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB season got under way with action tht
Saturday National Bank whipped Ospiey Dalton racked up 13 strikeoutsIn Yankeeand Indians !
both Friday and endiIIC
--"H" _. on
Lanes Lanes ;;w"'yo'ii'k NO PLACE FOR STRANGER' ''' by a 10-4 margin on Saturdayand posting the win. Tuesday's i their game with a 10-10 tie Ind
Early Wynn
; back to defeat Sara the KiwanIs re the Pirate beating
came the
Arriving by Jet at Kennedy Airport last "ursday at 310: The Bank nine edged Osprey sola Federal Tuesday, 71. nightcap undefeated saw along with I ers, 100.I DodV

Co....ltT r.... Muhn Vowm, ......1.r. ., the Month Key Miller. we proceeded to Elmsford which lies five miles above White Recreation 8-4, as Tod Twin main I All teams In aU
Hood. D.,rr. lit H.rrl tu> Hradr. (II flo Oatarhubor (OK: Kittle HbHn. Plains Driving through Brooklyn and past the World Fair picked up the win Venice Mike Graff was the winner in First National by shutting out division. w HJ!>I
.M Tom doe, John Dot,. tti Burdln.. Richard Rohlwing.I see action this weekend
Fnorha SuperbHeatlnc a lucky decision and Jeff Osprey, 8-0.
site automobiles lined Lions eked out a 8 3 the Osprey ,
o.nit... tot 111. III Ht Hood''. 144. .nd Gerry Duk. 101E were up bumper to bumper, using! game
Pairt. It?.2I2/. Bowkr. of th. w.*kTom .J> B P..... -- G... St.nioerrr. every road available. Seeing! this I was thankful to be riding over Venice Rotary as Mike -
rnorh. < Blanch Olll Sund Walkora, tt7 209 and 171 for (01 Th.
I >
the winning pitcher
Inn rvlln. G.rara. 17.12; SuperiorHmtn Deckhoo... IOU and tMl StandlnnAnchor with someone who knew what he was doing and where he was Young! was
.. I!'..JO., : Hood. Dairy. IMIS OH >...4: Th. Deckhonea, II. going because if it were me. I would have turned around and Osprev Merchants came from -
41 .....1........ Ddt H.u,>i>. II.57. Florida] Powerk
r Rill BoJwiT, Cout hopped on the next Jet for Venice. After about hour behind to down
I, Krtl' :.rtl'-'I ..W"I: ..,.h'. Driperle. ..d .'.h.l.. -- JudyPtnbury an n
: Wot -M IIIMI and Fred Brown
arrived at destination. Light 6-
: Old MII..uk.. HI4I Rowlna of : Pnalewon) B.nk. 1 T and MlEn.lewnod our
.... Bank. *21. Mel Wood Sntem. hurled the F'ka; to a 11-4 decision
'1. work Prd Shim and ("h. Bah| SPEAKERS ALL TOP MENI
....h. Standlnf.: Colllnn Soft w..... .. 2151 Final ....dlo..' 'h.. I.... Nokomis LIons. \ J
have attended clinics over
M10 Gulf, ttiaat rvrrlopmmt. 11.17. Pn.lewood. Bank. I7-M: Brltton many sports but this one was
,: and. Haw of ....Ilu.., 41.4.: Ml Wood" Over schools! Jeff Sourbeer, veteran Elk
tfitttfr l>r, Will II U: Vmlc. Inm tops 450 were represented and the list of speakers
... .,.. ..
bw. Co. and Mam Conitrurtton. S. "' lO.al 1 : V. Purnlt 18It
soda ..d VFW Av.in.n l No K118. 12SKJudy (two hours each). "'as the finest I have ever heard. STANDINGS
..... ... THE
Raara B. T. Bill n...... Embury of Fnilnrood .Rank hl.h
Starting with Bob Blackman of Dartmouth and Comer
''I H&B Bar. 124: Clan Onixr. 8mlttr'. fw with SFNIOR DIVISION
tU and 171
Mon En,1.wod9en1. ;
Rfof Pawn. Ml,, Mrakka L'ao.., ">1. 871 and 24tlrlr : Jones of Oklahoma the list of speakers were as follows: Tom w t. I
f7 7. Bo..lrr> of tin .w..k, pun All. ... Urn. haalc Vie McClaln. O Tulane John Harvard National" Bank '
Miller Bos
,. Boyle. ; Yovlcsm ; Jim !! Ml -- J :
.d Jo) Rood Rbotn.I Xop.1.nd 17. =.=...
and l lt Cmrn Mcnoli 227 and Klw.i.1.
44-It: Golf.-Bs. .1.11: a a. a Rw 1(7 leo Prey: 251 and 17*. ton Colleee! ; Hal Lahar Colgate: Boh King Furman; DaveNelson. V.In 8h..I. _...... .____ 10.owb
.7..11''.. ...._ .. .. Delaware Masar Columbia .. .
M.dp 1. Mind O rRlckart ; Jack and Phil Bingtson, Fod..1 : I
r.'d..11' ('Mot K./n. R"W. Go If Wind Mnrln.. 204 ..d .40: 00007 :: :=:
Potato ('ht... Ill .......h: Brtt, Tob. .. AI Deatorly" 9.0.... 8pr... Jt. et.mpin6 Green Bay' Packers.
tm handlrap: Brttr ToliT. lid ....., h: 1HI and .10 Gold Gover. Waah' Since most of us were housed In the same motel), the lobby H>r.rd.y. RreaH.
M.rl. Job ..... III h.. /I... .: WIN Po.t owl Laundry. 100 and 104: Kay Mill... was used as a continuation of the day's clinic I was surprised lot National" '". 00 prey 4.Klwanl. .
to Ollpa, 1012(1611( Bowtora of Uu WIII..I... 111 and 41.7. HtandlnnIII .
wwiI, Rein Tol.. ..d ,..., D_. Pno. *,.Inn. 'a-42'. Gull Vtlnd Marina to hear and see the interest of the schools in a golf program '. .T.,4n.. VIII". t.Irt R..R'
B..ke ..nw.bd tho ..,.-," .lIt 52'. : :; ; Suncoatt Mttcl: ,_(0518eatk All were interested In the youth program here and planto National T. Saraaota Federal t.
and Marran. Go.. ..d Barbara Y.,.. halda tmitractloa Kay
.I.hod up th. <...,. .,..dl.... F...,.. Milk" A..... Appurl. IRS ..d 474Rd be in clow contact with me KI...... I. 0.nnw' 0
"nod Nirwrr, n'.-.1'.: Pint Padrral. Tracy. Avenu. Apo.r.1. 201 ..d IV ,, THREE WIN WEEK OF FREE GOLF lot NMlJaTVvBr-. .
T7-4, Artlitle Bmntr Saten. 71'1-45'1. Ed OiUrbuber. Don, Ba.rl' Inc.. Realtor. .' ,d.. Rrbed.l..
the clinic. I hit balls Into '
AmrriraK R..Oo..0. nnihnrncMI. 200 and Mt 1"1..... Wlmin.. Blltch. During many plastic practice vt.55M- I p m.
R..h Maranln. K,aair "..... JJIJI1I. Shoe.. 104 ..d .01. Blltch. IIh.... 121id the audIence. Many of these balls were numbered and three KI..10 Oft Somata .odoral I p.1 ..-
A...",". .. !III) Kt.adlnn' Th. Paint M.rt .
and K wr B were recipients of a week of free golf as guests of the Lake ynlta
111I1' F.n.lrwood I.... ... HW" Bowl,, 75'-4Dq Arenu. App.nl 741 and
.f tot wok. Rill Hub and I..." John ri, C... H... Water. 74,4* Venice Golf Club The clinic very successful and well received JINIOR DIVISION
.on. Othw hlch ilnilt. Jo. Klaak., tti: Strut.UnaBawlen Trio BernetaDomln W L

BUI'"1.Ha._.t...tot(21 J4Kluk Mho klarh. .",.rrlaa. Urrp lee for. Norwood 12: Mel Ronftni101 Wood Syitemi.. 101 and 4H7Rm Next week New summer schedule and rates at Lake Vnln 1:1It.: ...._ 1 S

.._ -: P..... Hlrk ......., .and..to.1195.N..4t.tdIt..od Ronfi...: M.I. 11..1 Wood.0.t..d Aetoio. ..... I VenIce. V..tNokl.. LI.... B...."...___ 1 1 1V.I. I
Fmma Voit, tll-B4l: Plor da n.I.,.. TV ..2..2.Ed..V. n...*. M.... .." 1 S
111.KH. Wlnnon, la th. kla-k.lowi. 000SM .. .. Oood.l. ,....... 1.- VHS Girls Win Jerrv TTrnnkarLVWGA V.9R,1.. ..__. e 1 ;
dchrarn and F..... Hatirka. P ml Mayleban. Land-O-tfun. SOX 204 and : Wok,.". Lion .._' e I
.tanillnn: Wh..... Rml I Kulfc Roll a.1, Rawka Spirit.,' ml CI.p NJ, Florida Power *. UlhtOsprer __ I I
H."'..., Coral Tata. Florida Dulrlav, .... ... :. JUcwatloBOiprey I 1 .
V.... A. t"n Fin.I .dl. : G 0M.tok In Track Meet WinnerJerry f fOoidollar t>hob lop Bob Ohmfcrfl""
.i.n Cardraa. Wait> Auto Smlra, 77-41, CI.ra.NJo Apt... 71'j. 'rldJ;; ; ;... Competing in Johnson Johnson was the medalist in the
Ann K Beautv ffhop Houa-h. Transportation 40.1.' w..... Marhln. Srop. .s.M .... I STATE TOURNEY BOUND -
.,.... fmd. Jtwrbr' .nd Nokomli1WI711 aa of Fn.lewnod.M' R id'. BarberShop By CINDY SCHFPP Urankar scored an 87 Lka' 1.1.... '. Ro". I.II. the Mate high school tournament today, tomorrow district meet that saw Manatee edge the Indians
Ph. ....... R..It.
RnwlM Linda Wolfer Bessie Voor In jesterday s flat tournament '
......' .. SI'y40'yi. : r"plrlti K4 and Saturday at Winter Haven Is this 311-312 for the title. The team event
5 FPaL
N. IIln G,4-, ... WI.h. II' L..d-O Sun. 1149 and Venice Shop Lake Golf] Club to MerrhanU a.Flka
heel Linda Haskins and Jane at Venice
Ie Waf I. 1080&11. V....,.. C.Od.n.. pin. Center. (S-ll. 11. N.kntnta Lloni 4VeNo of Venice High School golfers and this weekend will be over 36 holes. while
Rind,. of t1.. w.1.. Pile. Mum 1.. KlK>V. M....... tM Chennult members of the Ven take the Class A. 18-hole division B.nk .. 0...... S.. 4.Tonlihl quartet Bill Smith. competition on the Individual basis will
Hoh"'.... 0.... Craff .o4 Rot, Nor.man Inl .,4 179 for Mo, R"??!.... tH .nd ice honors '. 8rhedal. their coach, Athletic Director cover
...dl...: With. W.M. Mil: i7l """n.1 ....dl..: C,...",... IS-21 High! GAA participatedin Ve-No Bank... 0047.. I pm.Orprey Checking their equipment. they load it in 54 holes. Only the top two teams In each di.
Aood.". Dalrr. li-Jl v....,.. Card.ni. Rnffl.n.. U.M, M....... II.:9. Square.9'tJ .. the county track meet heldat In the 9-hole. Class A grouping .Id.;. 1.95.1.. from left Danny trict are eligible for state competition
IS 21V : H o. Maaona, (741 and 1m.... UV Sarasota last Saturday by Irene Bryant was tops MerehO.prey R.k, I p mat their station wagon are, ,
..N. Bank Tan 4. OpreyVenire Kiehl, Martin Satava, David Bowles and Bill
Balk 211111. 144En the Girls Athletic Associations with a 48 In the Lake Venice LbwEn. t mNokoml. .
It..kmn.. >l.wao< Palitaff Gran Webber, p
2)0.765 Larr, .
: 81. LAS I .
Henn W..k"... 171 ; Coop. 102IUIHI: Fn.lewood 4.I,, a-Loan, 174 andnruo. of the county high schools] Women's Golf Assn, weekly Lion. Rotary. I p..
RoOrl.n, 475: Caldw.ll. Grove CltT 55. .....d.. Rchrtnl.Vnkoml. ".
of tho eok. M/1111.
and Dick .....*,. Stand nnt Hnidrirki Rorkwlll. tot, til! .nd 170 for Ml Grow City 51.. Linda took first In the 50 and event Florence Beattv won in I.Ion. at 0...., Rev., 1 a....
rotirtnittlon. 471,.aij) : p| .N.".. Dnltt ..4 and 1101 Final .tandlnm P.. 100.yard dashes and second in Class B with a 55 and Margaret F k. "', Bank' 1pmFLAP
..d KIw.. "$ Club. 16.71 '..". Bl" T'.nk 71'9-411', : Entlewood. F.vln, .. the running broad Jump in her Smith scored a 53 for first ;.. Venire, Lion.I ; I ...
Ribbon. II.21. Lon '....III. _....,t and Loan. 72-4. G... city M. 70.IH>. Rotary ... 0...... Mcrch., lpm. .
". *.7 ..lIt and John Hu.*.* ".. .7.10.' Wll1.w Une Court .1',0&0', > : Will.IM.Inn age group. Bessie came in second place in Class C
llttrell 1"... ... "T'-82' : Gulf Tardrn Auto Cmr be ARM TRAM RESl LTS
T.h R hhl. J in the 75 and 100-yard Next week s event will a
1'.1: ly.. 1.00.... OPEN SEASON
Viall..,.. th. wtrk. Bohbl. N-l, and John Da.l>. Swap Shop.. .11 .71V,. .nd EnilewoodLa '
indry. 40 74.
S Cl' a. fw
Do..dlI'1:: : t.irk. JoaTta.S4. : Will I Rill Phillip. Font Helm, KeltnerK.llner OR
Th.r.d. Nlrht MUH' LI... Prlntlnir. 171 Either PrttrhenTran.fer >
.n, I'.: B..., Mr A to. 401, Urrr ,". V.nka 1"."'... 171 Hein Fnd. Lnd0.Sun. .
Sin. til.(44. Roral.' 172 I and 471. Bob WJh, Nmoh' r Ta
Cihlnrt. *M !
II....... of th. work Stella Uraea If Jamoj White.tef .' Vp.l;: 1 FORDSAr
N."* Tataw. Sir La.... plrkad no I1."I ru..It.... 502 Venlc.. r.mer.fftandlnr. .' k '1'e ,
t7.10. Fund ..., Roral. Cool. 7"a. ., Olw>n a Bakery IA. r .
t"'1..4U ;: Mv.kk. Pnurpran, ".. 12. R.I_'. Slncle.r. >l44>.i,, and d
if" Pl.h! Plertrie, '.'...,.. 0.1,01. RP (I...", ... 70'9'' + ,ll\ ,
Tarllnc/ Rlark Lahel. Scratr| 1'1., AJBO BO '1INT. PRO!;RAM I 1 0.l
Toowir. us 117. 1ft w..'. I Early 11'.na Senior. Ha Bchoal _
Ante ........ ll..T : M.-..11, Roll):... Bonnie ,,"'.... 1.1 and 401 Mart Pow. 'L
nil: larrr Vlok.r.. III, Utrr John. .... IN and It*. I
aon. IM Rool..4' th. work. Cla, F..I Wynn J.1Llnd.. H.rrl.
Bob Har, III: Shelley. Stephenann. 160 Mlk.
Jooper,.. ...d''.., (IT.and. I) Tom Woo,'Pnorh.. Ant. g-h.tle. H.: Terry l..aa, 411Venlc. 1 YI 0.
J-rvlc.. Mi...H,; Rodurn. p.lntni| It. Flc-.nt.rr ..... a_. I n 1l+ / BILL PHILLIPS
: ..' Outdoor, (1<*"1U, III' Chuck Frady. 1!<. ;
PaLtaff? Earl Bird, flora J.n E...Ifwoad. F.I.-X... P.9192 ,
1'.... Ill : LI. 8wi.h.r. 496 RntrrH : PoI Ort h."t.. 229.IA 5 ,
W..k".. 1"1' Cnig, P.nltun: .... ,.. 9-9 B....... Cbnl "S.Ith u I et
2421 9nw..2, t4. ..,4,. All.. Eh.l, 117. D.rld Bullock. 117 ( ,
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nr W.4 d 111,4 8..pln.,
JJro''<' 1".1.. '''-4100. *....dl..B' ru.. I I $
A '
Oil. 41.tS Unrf-0-Snn ..d .....* Blind Set F 'a S'I
04.nln! ... llktl ;: "Snmour M.;., 17of7 Bogey Ii
RI.1e.4 I........ ..,.
I'h_ In.. tot Bona- Domln.Hon.h FHinran By LVMen Golfers I t 1963V GALAXIE 500 XI, 405 HP with 4 tn fn* Floor 5269500
CA..ro1.t., S41 ..
8hoai I. .
""KBJr7a'lto' of M. w.1.. Ir.". ".1011*'. i Raven Black with Reel Vinyl Interior. like newt .. .. ..... .. ..
.nd 0Mndin., Dunn. Lea Lovelace. Buzz Miglia i
rhrnnlM, 11..7. WoII..'. OncHoi, res. Paul Maurer and Bob
T1'M.rtinol,.6SIy' .. 7.-.. Cuftomlln. Homi. Handley wrlta 57 to win I 1962 FORD CUSTOM TUDOR. Des," l big with. S1495.00

the four b ball tourney ,1r only 10000 Actual; Miles. Cleanest car In the County! ..... .. ..
-- last weekend at Lake Venice'

|, Golf Club. i
for an Second in the Lake Venice JAI I 1963 FORD GALAXIE 4 DOOR. Skylight Blue with S1995.00

enjoyable GOLf Men Golf Assn. event were + All Eictr.i Only 14,000 mile and in Excellent; Shape ... .. .. ..
day of Ed Buford Bill Smith Frank I

Beijhey and Mert White with a
TRY 58 1962 FALCON STATION BUS. Very clean, light blue i U S1495.00
SARASOTAGOLF A score of 59 gave C Reich 4e Superb Condition. Locally owned .. .. .... .. .., .... .... .. .. ..
ard R. Wallar V Horton andJ.

CLUB Root third place. 1962 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 DOOR. 8 Cylinder with
I I This week event will be I Viands.i.r pnoto by M,b uhen. ,: -fi, $1695.00
DAILY GREEN CO Oft blind bogey and will start today FRANK DOHERTY vice president In chargeof and Paul Waner, assistant pro at Quad City. Cruneomatic and Power Steering Corinthian Whit. .. .. .. .. ..
FEES I and run through Sunday sales for U S. Land Development at Ven More than 200 participated In the tourna.

Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. -- ice East, presents Nancy Merrill a gift certifIcate ment sponsored by Venice East Don Gor
FALCON 4 DOOR Fordomat.e Radio Heater
South of Sarasota U S mailmen suffer approx. for $50 after she won a playoff for first don Construction Co., and Gulf Construction end CICQ ftfl

imati U T.WO( doe bites annual.Iv place in the 1st Annual Venice East Golf. Co. The tourney was held April 5 In conjunction Used *i a Courtesy Car here at the dealership. Good M New ..WlUW.W

ernma at Quad City Golf Club. Others from with the opening of a model home show

,;;.. ; left are E S. (Bill) Raymond, who took third at the development. Playoffs were held last 1959 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN. Very Clean with! Low
Charles Richard second
place: place winner: Sunday.
Mileage Many Errras. Priced: to Sell Today Only .. ... .. .. .. ..

ANNUAL SPRING FISHING NEWSFish I Lemon Bay Unit To Hear Telstar Talk I

1963 FORD CUSTOM TUDOR Economical 6 with I
A lecture on Telestar satellite Bay Post 276 American Legion ; Cylinder $

f are getting catches bigger off the and jetties more I will highlight the monthly to be held on Monday Standard Trantmluion. Desert Beige. Extra Nice! .. .. .. .. ....' J|Ji v w.V V

SIlUS varied with virtually everybody "social meeting" of Lemon evening at the Legion Hall

hauling In mackerel the North The lecture will follow a 1956 FORD SUNLINER CONVERTIBLE. Colonial Whit. $195.00
N on Tuesday Tom McCartney brief business session conducted
STILL IN SESSIONCLEARAt Jetties John Fishing Pavel Jr Camp landed reported a 22 Nokomis, landed aix bluefish by Commander Clark ECcles Mechanically; Very Soundl! A Good Summertime Special .. .. .. ..

pound snook mullet for and 10 mackerel .
bait 1 1962 FORD GALAXIE HARDTOP. A b.autiful Automobil. C1QQ ftfl
Monday just as dark was -- ------ i

C g settling. with Power Equipment and Factory; Air Conditioning. a II II. .,..plaW.W

Last week Clark LnFollette.

SUITS 25% OFF Nokomis, caught an 87-pound 5E of sr0
Jewfish also
SPORT COATS .............. $25 $35 $45'I Terry Haskins using of Venice q

landed a couple of snook and We're overstocked


COCO! w, w. with 75 clean USED

.4:1.: FLORSHEIM SHOES .,0.r CARS! Nothing

i l Discontinued; Stylet Broken Suet

reg. to 19.95 $13.95 Fifths 3 For Down with Trading

to 29.95 .. .. $18.95
reg. land
54.49 $13.00 Equity!

OUT THEY GO : j 95rsa Financing.

SLACKS .......................... $10.95 .. $14.95 J

WALK SHORTS .............................. $4.95 --::;------- J /i $49.75 Case

= -lAlrRrRl


Fitfhs $3.993 For $11.50 I


0 FREE! FREE! $$109-3 For $12.00 "; .';i I Irr USED


K REGULAR SEASON Carrington's Canadian 6.Year.Old

j,: the( ( en's shop E N OPENS APRIL TUESDAY 21 $5.49.3 For 516.00



2:00 PM
Ai Phone 488-1620 C Wednesday, Friday and 300 S. Trail I Ph. 488-3117 1562 SOUTH TRAIL PHONE 488-6787

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APRIL. 16, r 1964

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'Cleopatra' Teens' ChoiceAs Bridge Scores \ Noko.r2Ji..fJngs! 1

Hrlde.at.dM. Apr. 111.. I a.IMn : !
I IIa Ii Best Movie Of 1963By N.la. 6.. I.N.'".G.dd .... II.... J. I. I sH

It t, l-Mn. H.ny L.wrm Md Mm. Lynda Palmer, granddaughter gels warmer and more beautiful
''et r EUGENE GILBERT baum, 17, of Atlanta Ga. Clara Larlion, 74.tMra of the Ray Wades of River most of neighbors
, rIlt F.0. 11M...... and II... H. I. our head
Itet x r President, Gilbert Youth thinks, Ha played the part of Kldlon. 71 Boulevard, Nokomis East, and for the north country. The Earl
i YAM, Research, Inc. Caesar as Caesar himself 1-J.lit.. '0.Mw Baas and AI Jow. .rHnd. North Bridgton, Maine, had a Huxleys left for their home in
'rI would have played It." .. Hindi. AprU Ilk T:II .... going away party In the form Ontario, N Y,, on Saturday.
lit American 1-Mra P N. Mulbs.d Mm. I. I. of a cook-out farewell recently The James
: Camps rrom Pen.
young people Shirley MacLaine wins our Jimm, M%.
III chose "Cleopatra" as the best pre-Oscar poll for best actress. I -Mr. and lit.... Carl CwllanH 4..... for Loralne Hammer, departing .. dleton, Ind., have been gone a
',d. film of 1963, and based on the Forty.six per cent cited her llrido NUlt'1'H-IoOU1'K, Studio. April'', ItM ... for Coca Beach week or so now but will be
teen-agers' past record for acting in the title role of 'Irma 1-111. I. H. Morrin and Ma I. I. The guests, all high school back In early fall to enjoy our
picking Oscar winners, the ." .. Noaloii. 1111.to. chums of Lynda, Included Cyn- usual good fall weather and not
.iII La Douce She was beautiful t -tut. jra 1 N..... and Mymi Reho.,.
pros should sit up and take funny and sophisticated," fold, MiI dy Aldrich, Sharon Morton, encounter snow before they
.., } r17 1'h notice. explains Dennis Ross, 16, of -0 M..K.. Mar'.. liana fl.tAST.WUT .. anil II... Jam* Susan Bahry, Joanne and Jan leave home. Hope they will be
For three years the boys and Detroit, Mich. Geitek They all had a gay calling Nokomis East home before .
] girls 1-.lo F.."... and. W Prior. Tt.M good time and In a way could too long
'i made choices that Natalie Wood, with 30 per -Col. Vlnrrnt 1)1.oa and BMiurd have been
b indicated the Academy Award cent of the votes, holds riwtlman. 6A.HMr. a farewell for Lynda Case deZutter and Ute Missus
.. +! r. movies. the .. M K.: W.Damalur an4 Ma herself, She has gone north will be back In their own home
---- --__...-.J UI '.:JI:1'!: !!""'". winning Also they pre first runnerup position, followed 1\1. .. ..'I<.nor. 55.wan. with her
grandparents to their
.. ,, town by this time
dicted correctly last C '. Ale. 5,5. I ,... next week
:year's by Leslie Caron, who was ... ...... ... home in North
(Gondolier photo kr Bob Ob ndorf) best-actor award. I-lit. c. H. aad a. L It Bridgton and missed by all their neighCompare
CB RADIO OFFICERS The Newly-organ- the choice of 14 per cent of the Mum., Aa44' .. It seems that as the weather bor.
!Zed Venice Area Citizens Band Radio Club mon Elmer, director; Tom Vining, treasurer; and This :year 35 per cent of the boys and girls for her role In I*-- J.....K H.. Hill" *and""""Hanr and M'Reran Vl_. MV' ..
elected its new officials last week. They Derby. director Seated are Nancy 1258 teen-agers we asked think "Love With the Proper .lMm. 55. I --- -- V
Priest, vice president I- Mm. H. N. Goats and II...
and I. I.
Al "Cleopatra"
ending, left to right: William P. Way, presIdent retary. Young, sec should be named Stranger Noak.... Ii'4.
,< Jack Landig, director; Chuck Har. best picture when Academy For supporting-role Oscarsthe Drld. NludM. Aad Ilk. 1 f.m.
Awards are given out on April teen-agers picked director. NOHlH-SOlirH
1.rMrs .d Mn. W. H. T"-'
[ Not In Conflict With 'VCIND Joh 13. turned-actor John Huston In 571.' -
Dave Loris "The Cardinal oJ- M... L M Carlo and T. M.
17, of Oswego, and British Bnavcr. '
City Attorney M. A. Bras- the city. N Y., one of those who pre. actress Margaret Rutherfordfor I-Mm. c. 17b.R. LOT sad Mao Lou I
ell told City Council at lasteery I Said BrasweU, '"I see nothIng Peterson Back dicta a "Cleopatra" victory, "The V.I.P.'.." Huston got I..rt.EUT.WtiII. 87: ? Get the best car rental deal fromECUNUCAR

Informal meeting he at the present time in the Bays "Th costumes and scenery 30 per cent of the votes in his 1-111.. IL K Prwtt lOad Ma W.
SFM nothing In the city's anti. existing ordinance which would were overwhelming" category, and Miss Rutherfordgot Htuekbam' tt.I .
ordinance From -MIM ",..011 Pip* and Mm. O K.
I II II II \M; prohibiting interfere with the normal con MeetingNORTH "Tom Jones," the English 37 per cent worth., 8H.I .
find j anal waterway construction through of Venice the in. structon of the canal" Council film which got 10 nominations Leading the field as best -Mr.Bartholomew. PeUr' Olm. HIVtnlrt and .... H. S.

authorized him to notify from the Academy of Motion song from a motion picture Is ConlrKl Brldi dak" the only difference Is the low
West Coast Inland Navi-
I The WCIND of his findings in writ. PORT CHARLOTTE Picture Arts "More," from "Mondo April 5Il. I,It pab price 1
and Cane .
Sciences is
Jition District has requested Ing. -Dr. Terrence Peterson NORTH SOUTH
the choice of 28 named as first choice by one- 1-J-Mm. Cartw HarrlMi. and 0..
waiver of the anti-noise ister of the per cent of the Offers
-dinance to permit blasting !Council also] gave City Planning Church of North First Presbyterian Port Char- boys and girls Many of them : third of the young people] The L. H.stoarl Mllkr: aid 14IU1tM Q., A. Campbell, you Costs you LESS

|nd other noise associated with Director Paul A Young. lotte, returned home Thursday agree with Audrey Levy IS title song from "Charade" is I-Mm III'>...H.. FREE Pickup or You Save to 40%
the berg the go ahead to have the of Chevy Chase Md., who in second place as the selection La'rmea and l op
edging of canal through from St. Louis where he says hats. 140.
| final leveling course of black.' tended the General at it Is "the only movie of the of one-fourth of the boys 5--(x>L Vincent. Dun' and Carl Zori.t Delivery Credit cards honored
: I Synod of
top installed"by Wynn Warren season which showed and girls U7.
the any originality Safety Seat-Belts
Evangelical 5AST.WF.ST
Presbyterian .
Construction Company on the Church or spirit 1-111. C. t. Hey.d and K. Eo By the hour, day
Swim East Venice Avenue extension\. and the 141st General Third Government payrolls Increased htlDe 12.'.. Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month
InS to East Gate.Youngberg Synod of the Reformed Presby place in over all[ votes -Adra. .nd Mr. R. C. H,.._ 121.
7 terlan Church. These two de goes to "How the West Was to $59.3 billion last year, 1-111. Mw B>.... and Mao 61.s ,gY

Water () reported he had nominations met in joint session Won" named by 23 per cent. $3.7 billion above 1962, accord- I-Mra rViaorhllano L. V. Flunan 121. and Al 1,__ I Drive our New
planned to wait about six The boys rate Jr. IYI.Hrld .
April l-7th. sec. ing to the National Consumer
I Sl.dl. April 51da. ,...
I 1
AT months for the sub base to Both Church groups voted al ond however and 29 per cent Finance Association Three. I-III.roa SchIoId sad CoI. Vle.d automatic shift 9 9

Warm Mineral settle before Installing the most unanimously to approve Summing think it will win the an Oscar. fifths of this expansion occurred I-M rim....P.. 50'4 N. Mnas..d Mm. Lo>;. 2-door VAUANTS. $3
the union of the two up masculine I. Uontl. .
finish cap He added, however, denominations 18'% Also b I'"
other fine
and agreed overwhelm point of view Earl Buckner, in state and local government -Gr.. L H. Mdler" ore/ Cal InNL. Is JI lea
that Wynn-Warren advised going ingly to recommend the 18, of Beaver Palls, Pa, says ... 28. CHRYSLER PRODUCTS
Springs ahead with the leveling The Reformed Presbyterian name "It had the kind of action I at slightly higher rates .p1i.. ..... .w alw.
course under a guarantee that Church like." :
12 Mile South of Venice repairs would be made withina Evangelical Synod
I The action must be ratified by Newman Best Actor GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
On US year at no cost to the cityif
41 the Presbyteries of both de I Paul Newman Is the pick of
I the job failed to hold up nominations.The 40 per cent of the teen.agers JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO

Reformed Presbyterian as best actor They praised the Member Chamber of Commerce RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.1096

CHANT'S' "SKILLET" SPECIAL i Church is decended from the in realistic Hud "quality of his acting DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
I Scottish Covenanters and has he portrayedan
a continuous history in the angry man of the new West Heating and Air Conditioning GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVenice

I Carry (Oul United States since 1738. The "He acted as If he lived the Heating & Air Conditioning Installations
I I Evangelical Pres b y t e r I a n part in real life," says Dennis Shopping Center
Church, the larger of the two Sakota, 16, of Hawaii Gas Ranges Water Heaters
BUCKET of. bodies with 12 presbyteries, Twenty.four per cent of the Free Estimates :
maintains Covenant College on boys and girls think Rex Harrison No Job Too Big or Too Small RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING. :
Lookout Mountain In Chattanooga deserves an Oscar for his
263 So Trail Venice Ph. 488-2271
Tenn, Covenant Seminary role in Cleopatra. Ellen Ritten- ;, Wald's ........-.. w.S.1 -
in St. Louis and mission
ChIcken .
aY WS Yr4/F .-
activities in 10 foreign countries
and National Missions F.
here in the States er
Dr Gordon H. Clark, Profes
sor of Philosophy at Butler
$2 60 WHOLE 2'/' LB. University in Indianapolis and

!! CHICKEN ((10 I P.ec.i. ) Chairman of the joint fraternal
relations committee which l r a ,
: has discussed details of the s q .i- f 1 1+ ey ,
'i/i DOZEN HOT ROLLS union since 1958, presided at

loll orders packed in foil lined buckets] the joint sessions of the twodenominations I
while mutual
Phone Ahead your order will be ready problems were discussed. Ne n

PHONE 488-5075 Both Churches have laid I
plans to meet next Spring for i u ,
{W. T. GRANT CO. Synod again in April :2.8th, 1965, 1
at the new Lookout Mountain rb

RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE J Campus of Covenant College In j 4a

-- Chattanooga _._ .___





Just $7 a month more h

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here's why Sarasota CountyIS


V A PROVEN LEADER. member most effective delegation;
one of top 10 legislators;
In the best education for our
( 1959 Most effective in committee, one of

children and youth of top 10 legislators;

Wrote successful capital bond outlay law I 1961 Second most valuable legislator; most

for higher education. effective in debate; most outstand

Led fight to improve retarded children ing member of the House of Repre

,b education program sentatives.
I I.csaAA I.. Led to passage a plan for a board of regent 1963 Most valuable member of legislator,

for non-political administration of most valuable first time senator, memo

state colleges. ber most effective delegation; most

For general state betterment outstanding member of senate.

Hard to believe. But true This full-size Chrysler Newport is unfair plan hor He Is the winner of the Jacksonville andFlorida
priced less than $7 a month more than a Chevy Impala or more equitable representation of all areas JayCee Good Government Award.

Ford Galaxie 500.* And it's equipped the way you want it: of this state.

V-8 engine. Power steering. Power brakes. Automatic transmission Fought for passage of Installment Land -I A TRAINED LEADER. a.

Radio. Heater. The worksl! Come in. We'll take Sales Board I legislation to protect Florida
Valadictorlan and honor student In high school
order today. installment land
your buyer
Scholarship winner at Emory University
.P.......,. fcml m Bumi/icrurarl tun"t" rat S prir* of omt..r.bty qrdpixi Ides Introduced legislation to protect children Phi Beta
tod_ Vi <.,.. 31 noUM W P l. a.d dins dMiuU ckvf. ...u M>4 tool rasa of abuse.
.tal.... and totm_ against cases physical President of his Student Body and Honor

SEE YOUR'CHRYSLER DEALERTHEBEST / A RECOGNIZED LEADER. Awarded Society bachelor of law (degree from

OF THE BIG CAR MEN Has Won Numerous Good Government Naval Harvard veteran University of World War II

Awards Married, four children, Methodist, 32nd

AUTrlOfllCTO' DtMJM i fAY CHRYSLER MOtORI OOWODAIHM '1957 Most Promising Freshman legislator, degree Mason! and Shriner.


WOOD CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH MOTORS, INC. I Paid Political I Adv by Sarasota County Mitfiewt for Governor Committee, Glenn Rote, ChairmanRSDAY 14.;. I i

Phone 488-6745 If -. t
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Pricti Elfirtlva Apr 16 Thru 18 '

y J U.S. 41 & SAN MARCO DR. Whole or Shank .Half

r ., .. STORe HOURS I / 10 to 141 b.',Avg.Ww1w .
9. No Center Slices: Removed)
I 19 m. 'fo 9 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. M .
9 'm. to 7 pjn. sat Per Pound

Quantity Rights Raitrvad Ted .. ,a (Butt Half lb. 45c)

:: SUPERBRAND Creamy S: th" .-.... .-.,.-"'
B' Uif"llER .1 ICE Boneless Roast L 69c
: T ."M 3rd BIG WEEK to 1 .:W-p: BRAND if 5. CHOICE PLATE

FREE e ; ,Beef Stew. u.. 19c
LAND 0' SUNSHINE 'A@ t Ground Beef L 49c

limit One With $5 C ..r m PALM RIVERSliced .
Or Mere Order 2 Half $ ) 00 <&) @l:- CURRIER. &, IVES j :; Bacon 49c
{;'d Gal. !.. saM -'t: ... PINKY PIG SKINLESSWieners.
I Per Pound J! \ EInnerware, . Ua. PIc. 49c
.. d -=x--- QUARTER SLICED
.,. ::- Available At Your Favorite Pork Loin 59c

j 1I ,. -
I .Sausage. . Ll 39c
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GOLDEN YELLOW VENT Vl/E/ FREE! This Week Currier & Ives '

Fresh Corn 1 10 ears 60 Poi9 oes a S .m U T, C E R I Braunsciweiger SELECT,SLICED u. 49c(

FANCY TENDER t With Coupon from !look and $5 or Mor Purchot Beef f Liver. 39t c
Ib R.dNln Th. Valuabl. C.upen. Iron) Th. Currlr a Iwr Dinnerw. 'DOU.t I TARNOW SLICED COOKED OR
Asparagus. 29( You Rotated, In Th. Mall to.'Olnn."br'. SpoI.1 .dlgM.I Sy1W.l'/NUl. "l
1 0 Ib bS. 49( ". Ta, Valuo Free tlompi Copy AI Yaw of Coupon friendly Book KWIK In CHEK 5tor.lf of WINN You CIXIL ;1\1 Baked Ham 6.L PSi;. 63c
,1 Pole Beans 1 19 Ib ... .... _.Jl i Sausage 3 h $100


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FARMHOUSE FROZEN 111 Penches 5 No.Limit 2VJ Fire Cam S I 00 KRAFT'S Cheez Whiz. 8.L JII 39c
Cronin Pies 3 For $100 I WE GIVE B Sharp Cheese TD e:. PIc* 49c
t i Drink 6 $l IOC c) I 111 Swiss Cheese 8 'L "* 33c

ASTOR FROZEN WE GIVE P rem 1 1 1 120L Size 39c Tomuloes I 5 "Gnsh $100 Cream Cheese 8 Pkg. 33.
Pegs 6 $100j I
For I
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j No. 300 46 OL ns Iii with thh coupon..4 tho owthoM ot
Waffles 5 10 en Pkpw $lo() WE GIVE 12 Cant $100 I Juice 5 Limit Fin $100 TdI Wieners Pinky Pig B>.Skinless Pkg. 49c I'
MORTON FROZ. SPAGH. & MEAT OR MACARONI & .ocd.only K.Ik CM" t WI..oI.1o I-

I f :.r'I Cheese 5 Fw 510I o) I tj I SAVE limas.4c THRIFTY MAID. .GREEN 303 Limit Four ton 10' Bars SAVE 10e CRACKIN'.. .GOOD. 2 Limit.FIG Lb. s 39'. II I I Gup.LIMIT mlAM.rlll ONI V.IId Pll_'h.hP'II'1. CUSTOM w 1 :I

SWEET SAVE 'lOc DIXIE DARLING COCONUT with Ihu .d the Prdh oco ot
TOP VALUE STAMPS tj P ens. 110 2, $100 I Twirls.I 'Pkg.19c [II With Palmatto coopon................Any...d.Tw.,
1' When You Clip and Redeem All The spreads.. or ',!,tins )
Valuable! Coupons In This Ad. WE GIVE WE GIVE LIMIT ONI HI CUITOMIt April I*
Void Through
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NeW homeowners In Venice Perry, his wife and four child ONLY 10 MORE DAYS
Mr. and Mrs James
r.1t. are ren and Mr. Perry' mother
j[, 3k ft Charleston W VaT Mrs Daisy Perry In Bain ,
Hunks bought the Newport bridge Ohio Mrs Daisy Perry .
"del house at 302 Venice Eastd is 91 year young and has 15
Mr Rusk 4s retiring as grandchildren and 35 great-
Irnur'ire broker and they grandchildren The
or,:upy their new residence I moved to Venice E''* in I1H11 ON SPECIAL CONTEST OFFERS
j, the near future and have entertained< many of
.0- their noitKrn friends strict
five V nice; East golfers won I then Recent house! guests at
-rl!:e, in the bill Sunday Golf. their hum were Mr and Mrs.
urine he'd at Quad City, Mr Gale Parks of Chattanooga.
Htrb Erl '{ placed' fourth end Tenn Mr,, Park. is a brother
her, wlnn'ri from Venice of Mrs. Perry and
he and his
st were Florence Hedeen, wife have been on an extended ONLY 2 MORE DAYS TO WIN I
I met Hteden John, Blevinsr tour of Florida which Included
Dorothy Blevins a visit with the Perry
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The Venice East Community Mrs, Eddie Eichmeyer of [4.
'n h' '''d their regular month. Dayton Ohio, spent the past
I mtt'ln:1: Morwley in the ofm week visiting Mrs. Justine
i of the U. S, band Devel- Steussr at her home on Sand-
i pent ('0. brfore the meeting hurst Drive Mrs Elchmeye!: r
(iv.v held a barbecue covered was on one of her annual TS_ ONE MilliON VOTES
j,*h supper for nil members cations from her position" a.
and their pwsts The commit- I secretary to Dayton Rotary International -
tee In charge of the supper was I Mrs Steumr and
headed by Mr and Mrs Les- Mrs Eichmeyer were golfing
ter Davie and assisting them friends from Miami VaU,
,".re Mr end Mrs. Edwin Hin- Golf Club of Dayton, Ohio and
en, Mr, and Mrs Wilbur i golf game was "on their dally
Funk, Mr and Mrs Lloyd agenda here. IN THE GONDOLIER'S ContestFOR
(Carver and Mr and Mra.Jmes -0- $4,500 d
Montgomery. Th chef Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hedeenwill
(for the barbecue was James sail on the Swedi-Amerl.
Smith president of the Community ran liner "Gripsholm" to the

recommended Assn to He promotion was highly as possibly Scandinavian Russia.countries They wilt and TURNING IN THE MOST MONEY FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS THIS WEEKA

Official Head Chef of all future headquarter In Gotenburg and
Venire East barbecuesA from there visit the many relitives I beget feed for ONE MILLION EXTRA VOTES will be added to the total vote of Hit constant turning In the LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY for subicr ptions from Saturday, April 1 II I.
-0- of Mr. He meet anxious father was area In Gotenburg they wilt WINNERS. WIN on. of the FOUR VOTE BALLOTS and win a prno. The official judge of the contest will add TWO MILLIO VOTES to your total after the final votat arc counted if you wy
Mr Charles Perry of 114 Al- visit Mr, Hedeen's sister and fwtt fr the LARGEST AMOUNT Of MONEY for subscriptions this week, and tha largest amount of mossy sent weak during tha THIRD VOTE PERIOD.
gene, St., last week when he Family, Mr and Mrs Gunnar
received a birthday card from Glingard Then to Allntfast to

hi son was and Alaska noticed and the the postmark date- ee daffelirren another and sinker her, Mrs daughterMiss John 750,000 EXTRA VOTES 500,000 EXTRA VOTES 250,000 EXTRA VOTES I

the day of the Alaskan earth- Fngabritt Yan.Huselenirrnn added t* the vote) total el the contestant turning In Will Ba Added For Th. Will Ba Added For The
quake. The Perry's eon Charles This I is the Hedeen's sixth the Second LarSett Amount of Money This Weak, another THIRD LARGEST AMOUNT Of MONEY turned In FOURTH LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY this week
Jr., lives In Portland Ore. trip to this area and on" this 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 .mount
is attached to the staff of Ihree
sod month thev
that jaunt plan to ranted (In seat weak largest amount of money fumed in seat week. turned in next week.
the FBI area. He had travel "as the spirit more
been !in Anchorage on detail them." If they obtain the proper Win a Ballot! Win a Prize! Votes Win!
and had flown out Just five visas the. win pro to Lenbv
hours/ before the Quake. Oth- grad. Russia! and the ...,..
trI anxiously awaiting the return rounding! countrv They win
of Charles Jr., to Portland motor to Laolantt. the "Tand
were his wife and five of the Midnight Sam" and then These Votes Help Contestants Win These Prizes
little boys and one little sriri I visit Helennkl Finland and
'The! Perrrs are formerly from : Aslo Norway and Copmhaf-
Dayton, Ohio where Mr Per- en Then questioned about the
rf worked for Dayton Power I financial aspect of sues trip
end Light Co. for 25 years Mr. Hedeen repliw: .'Halft'tevefy(1ne DISTRICT PRIZE 1 1st GRAND PRIZE $2482.50 FORD OR COST
TVr return to Dayton to visit heard abnnt th" go
another son, Percy Norman now and pew later Mes!" $500 BOND

How Stood Per EfriraMs Residing Outside" City Limits
They MondayWhen
Venice NEW SZ09.9FAfterChFw..lldl5Ollae..b..b.enawarcl.
ns"'C NEW $259.95 DELUXE
the second period rote were in Friday April M.ty OR IN CASH
showed that the vote margin was very narrow between 6300 btu/hr. 115-V Room G.E.
men! contestants in The GONDOLIER'S $4,!MO Subscript
ed. tilt esrtrant from this dlstrlrt with the next
Contest. highest vote total! will be awarded the District Frigidaire 1 Dish Washer AIR CO"DI'ONrnM I
EXTRA EFFORT NOW LEADS TO VICTORY Priie entrant east wlaj twe prises

The vote standing below shows actual vote positions. It .
ii not an actual or accurate vote count, but does line them
tp from top to bottom:

I These contestants are eligible to win the $2.482.50 Ford erIU
"' cost the second the 95 Frigidaire SECOND PRIZE 5500 CASHHow
$900 prize W59 portabledutiwasher
HERE IT IS ALL FIGURED OUT, on basis of 40 eit.nt.cn.; or lecond payment" subscriptions Contestants don't have to have
and the $209 95 G.E. air conditioner:
40 subscriptions to get extension votes Any number of subscriptions will yield votes according to the extension or second pay

Mrs A, C Traver, 204 Bayshore Circle, Venice .4.069.900 The contestants who are determined to win will set a goal (for a large number of extension subscriptions and get them before
Mrs. Margaret Paul Mun Trailer Park, Venice 4.M9 ((100 the contest closet May 2. This table merely shows how fait votes stack up on extended subscriptions All votes are figured; In. This
, !Mrs. Robert L. Stephens, 731\ Cypress, Venice 4.068,200 include the votes that each subscription earns, 200,000 votes on each $30 worth, and 25,000 for Tuesday and Friday reports. Prizes Will Be Awarded
Mrs 4065.100
R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamiaml Tr., Venice
Mrs Ralph M Adrian Box 264,, Venice .. .4.OW 300 HERE WHAT 40 "SECOND PAYS" ARE WORTH
Donald S. Bredmg. 933 Dawn St.. Venice ..... ... 4.054,IKK) 40 $700 'Second Payments". ($360 worth) yield . . . .. .. .. .. . .. .. . . .. .. .. .. . 6,025,000 VOTES Entrants. under the rules can win prizes as follows:
Mrs Mary Staglione. Box 1616, Venice .. ... 4054000 40 $5.00 "Second Payments' ((200 worth I yield, .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . ...... .. 2,425,000 VOTES or near The person the county entering line in from an Southern adjoining Saranota county who County secures .
Mrs Mrs. James Irene Shockey.Altman, 738 936 Groveland C>pre s, Venice, Venir. ........ ...... 2906800 S.875 000 40 $400 "Second Payments' ($160 worth) yi.ld. . . . . . . . . . . .. . 3,425,000 VOTES the largest vote total bv any or all of the methods
Mrs. Almeda Sanborn Tarpon Center Venice .. 2,100.500Mr A $9.00 second pay is an extension of a I year $5.00 subscription to a 3 yew $14.00 payment published in this announcement will be awarded the NEW
.. J. A. Hightower, 529 Riviera, Venice ... .. 739,JOO A $5.00 second pay is an extension of a I year $5.00 subscription to a 2 year $10.00 payment 1964 FORD two-door sedan or cost The winner pay
A $4.00 second pay is an extension of a 2 year $10.00 subscription to a 3 year $14.00 payment nothing extra, but must buy own license and pay the
These contestants reside out of the city limits of Venice and "SECOND PAYMENT" VOTE SCHEDULE''

, lit eligible to win the $2.482,50 Ford or cost, the $500 cash the Second Payments are extensions of subscriptions turned in in prior vote periods Anyone who has already given a subscription total will\ be awarded the $WO 00 CASH! PRIZE.

Fngidaire IsOO District dishwasher Prize a and Savings the $209 Bond 95 G or.E its, air cost conditioner.- the $259 85 to any contestant can mete a "second payment up to $9.00 and the contestant taking the second subscription will receive votes After the Ford and $500 prizes are awarded, the entrant
would the Ford and the according to the following schedule: residing; outside of the city limits of Venice with n
It the first two in this district win who has given contestant a one $5.00 subscription can make a "second payment" of the next largest: vote total will be awarded the $400 U.S.
$500 Bond would to the third high con- Anyone any year
levant cash. prizes, the $500 go $9.00, get 2 more years credit, and give . . . . .. .. . . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . ..... 90.000 VOTES SAVINGS BOND or its cost
I Vn Polly Taylor Rt. 1. Albee Rd., Nokomis . 4.069.100 $5.00; get I more years credit, and give . . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . . 30,000 VOTES After the $500 Savings Bond is awarded to some entrant .
I Mrs James E. Blades, Box 738 Nokomis ,4.067,900 Anyone who hat given a two year $1000 subscription can pay- out of Venice, the entrant with the next largest vote
\{ Mrs. Mildren M. Pedersen Rt. I, Box 230 Venice 4.064.700 $4.00, get I more years credit, and give . :. .. '... . .. .. .... . . WOOD VOTES total will be awarded the NEW .2J9.95 FRIGIDAIRE
( Mrs, Kenneth Norwood Box 235 4 050 300:::: 200,000 club votes added to above on each $30 worth of subscriptions MOBILE
f' Thomas E Grimm' Rt: 2, Box 3040 Nokomis : : ::: : :4040700: : The entrant having the next largest vote total will be
Mrs Viola Wood, 342 Mataro Ct. NPC .3,984.700 INSTRUCTIONS awarded the NEW $20995 GENERAL ELECTRIC I AIR
j j Mrs Dorothy Thompson. Box 703, Nokomis .3.972,500 t I. This vote offer good on subscriptions secured and turned in this week and neat CONDITIONER
6 J Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa 1898 Neptune Dr. Englewood .3,883,300 2. If the First Payment was NEW, then mark the 'Second Payment RENEWAL at credit has already been given on the ALL WHO ENTER AND DO NOT WIN PRIZES will
i Mrs Marjorie Maurice, Box 357 Nokomis . .658,800i original subscription be paid ten percent ((10 ) CA"H COMMISSION on the
I i Mrs. John Kruse. Rt. 1. Box 552 Venice . : .J.Jj*. 9Mn 3. The words "Second Payment or Extension" must be marked plainly on subscription receipt. In order to be sure a Iubamount of money turned into their credit for new and
E. Safford, N"C, Venice 1.020,10U renewal. subscriptions to The GONDOLIER. (See Rule
Leona E McKibben, 311 "second extension, ask giving subscription if he has already given a subscription to some ether
i, Mrs. Ruby Robmett. Laurel .. ... .. ...... 969,000 icription is a p.yment"or person and them "second payments" when they are not will No 13)),
: Mrs .. . ... ...... 389,40Q contestant at any tune during the contest Securing subscriptions marking
Charles Osprev '
W Jones
not be tolerated and will result m a loss of votes when checked back against the record of subscriptions already taken

estants must not split subscriptions to get extension vote

2 j



YOU PAID $5.00 for I year In the l 1st or 2nd period you CAN PAY $5.00 for one more year and give favorite 30,000 votes.IF .
YOU PAID $500 for I year in the 1st or 2nd period, you CAN EXTEND THE SUBSCRIPTION TO J year for $9.00, give favorite 90,000 votes.
IF YOU PAID $10.00 for 2 yearn in the 1st or 2nd period you CAN EXTEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR one more year for $4.00, give favorite 60,000 votes'
< Commissioner



Venice Florida

P. O. BOX 744 Gentlemen: I went to take advantage of your SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION


I subscription for the amount checked below
em enclosing my
continue serving : I have. given $5.00, one-year subscription to
for the opportunity to through,: one ef' the contestants. FOR 0 $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 80,000 VOTES

FlorldYi consumere and grower $1700 for 3 outside fie.

INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds fertilizers FOR $1400 and want the votes credited to 0 $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 30,000 VOTES

seeds and pesticides; 14.00 $12.00 for 2 years outside Fla.

MARKETING of Florida agricultural products; ...... .. . ..... .. ....,.. .... ...... .. .. ........ 0 $5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 7,000 VOTES

and livestock indus- $6.00 for I outside Fla
PROTECTION of plant MY NAME IS ........, .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. ... .. ... year
tries against diseases and insects, SAVE MY NAME IS

working for IS .... ... .........
ECONOMY in government by MY ADDRESS ..... .. .u. ..... MY P.O. ADDRESS IS
conservation as a f
better efficiency and Subscriber Out of Florid Who Have Paid $6.00 for One MY HOME IS ON
Cabinet member. $1.75 (Name of Road, Street and House No.'
Year Can Mate It 3 Years for $11.00 MORE.
(Paid PoUtiooI .u.-.m'' CREDIT VOTES TOTHURSDAY _. -. __ I J




,PAGE T. H E G n N. n n t- t c- I1 'THt1 6AY. APRs u..... ,.....,

HALEY REPORT were Mr. and Mr*. Peter-

I NPC Personals I la from. Harl'7 Detroit BUrnt bitch, from.; Mr>_UIII*

REDS CONVERTED. ? DEEDS NOT WORDS Will TFII. Avenue Fla., and Mrs. Bel'lllee Chu.o titers,
- -- -- --- -, - --- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameronon Scharlua on Shumock from Waterloo, N. Yo .

tlf REP. JAMES A. HALEY I taunts Of the Red Chinese Germany? What about Cuba? for him to so act end. East Hyde Park Avenue en- haw lately.been Mr. busy and Mr entertaining. Nelson '- -
terUined their guest recently -
It Met President Truman Furthermore, Khrua h c h e v /Venezuela? Brazil? What about Why does Khrushchev and But it obviously is not in oui their as aunt, Mm. A. Ait- Mayfield have returned hometo Mill Evelyn: Ma
who laid" to his later deep regret says, the Soviets "do not wantto others? why do the Chinese communists national interest, or in the interest ken from Butler, Pa., who Indianapolis, Ind, afttr a Aero Avenue 1ft North hri r
1 like old Joe (Stalin) interfere in the internal af. It Khrushchev has been "con. of our allies, to help month' visit here and Mr. and Charlotte reports Petti
Ht il a decent fellow" It would fairs and questions of other verted," if the communist talk the way they do at either branch of this Red conspiracy come. down for a threeweekvisit. Mrs Delmar Scharlua, also pet Chihuahua .ensi""
t* easy, right now, to remark countries" greed for world conquest has tills time No one know for against world peace ... from Indianapolis, returned place in the SttbNoMOeMI\
something Of that tort about If we could accept all this at begun to dIe out this Indeed certain. But the evidence ia and freedom.If .0- home after a two-week visit vision at the JC-| ))peg ),
Staltn'g successor, N i kit i a per, we might conclude that would be a great boon But strong that both are in deepening Misses Margaret and Ruby andMargaret. School in Sarasota
the Soviets finally are prepared here with his inters Ruby n "
Khrushchev, if one ii unthinking the cold war is over. But the Russians, including Khrushchev economic troubles, due to While were -0- "" L
! enough to listen to what he predatory record of communist I have talked that way before the socialist system they have to conform to civilized mlnation by the peoples of Poland visited
says, and to forget the recordof imperialism, which forces us To adapt his own apt figure loaded on their peoples. custom, as we of the western and Central Europe. here they of interest and numerous spent a The Rer. and VI'I. Qu rIes
the past.American. to maintain a huge and economically of speech only immature The Chinese maintain discipline world understand it and practice Until\ that time comes (and lot of time swimming and juitrelaxing 'Cuthbertoon CIa PM Atnll'leaa
leaders, KhrushCh burdensome military children and idiots would place by stirring hatred of foreign it, they must prove it not I[ see no prospect despite the in the warm Florida Mr.Boulevard have a. their IIItII!
hat been with establishment should much but civilized acts Fine words of Khrushchev, thatit Cuthbertson'
r noting aim faith In his current re- devil The Russian accomplish by words by sunshine. llater 11I4
j grudging approval, have force us to ask questions about marks. W. indeed must wait I the same end through such as, for example, getting is about to come) it is good brother-in-law, Mr 1114 MI\
< 1 enough "common sense" not to Russia's so-called lack of desire for him to act in accord with repeated promise 1 of better completely out of Cubaand te keep reminding ourselves of -o- William Coomb. and
start a war "Only a child or to interfere in internal affairs his announced aspirations ng standards the western hemisphere I Mr. Truman' admittedly unfortunate Mr. David Muir and daughter three children OM J!*
,J lit Idiot does not fear war," he of other nations and I mould advise that we not hoping for Western credits IIv'j and Vy keeping an almost for appraisal of good old Jean Wilson on Menus Rood and Tlmmpy who Ire 'vkJ
I: elxerted in__answer to the What about Berlin and East hold our breath while waiting other "sucker" aid toward gotten promise for self-deter- Joe Stalin 'had visitor last week. They here from Nile. Ohio,
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APRIL 16 1964

Abouf Engfawood here In Englewood and were the prettiest funniest and I
driven up to the Venice Beach most original hats and to the I Library Adds Fiction Non fiction
(for an outing.<< They chose the men wearing the loudest shirt. .
I Banging It Out life Venice guards Beach then because the weather it had Prizes also went to Nellie Seventeen new adult fiction son; Fanatic by Levin; Dayof Manual by Glenn; Scarne'S ton, by Cater; Green Felt Jungle
Miller and Layla LaBrake, the title and 43 adult non-fiction the Arrow by Loraine; Gid Magic Tricks, by Scarne; by Reid; Alexander Ham
bathing so nasty and the no Gulf one went In oldest and the youngest guests volume, along with three referenCe eon's Ride, by Marric; Nightin Every Night Josephine by Ilton and the Constitution by
"With Pat rough too, but they was enjoyed pretty present. tomei and two books on Lisbon, by Remarque; I Was Susann Rosslter; Easy Guide to Japa-
Bang"Th. their lunch which each Greeters were Mr. and Mrs. Florida have been added to Dancing, by O'Connor; Ai Also Margaret Chase Smith: nest Flower Arrangement
along. Cold drinks and brought dessert Ed Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. the shelves of the Venice Area Change of Plea, by Bittle; Woman of Courage, by Graham Styles, by Webb; Black Ship
usual group from Engle- be pleased to know of It. were given to Arthur Stanley Responsible Public Library ao far this Idiots First by Malamud; by Pope; Her Infinity Variety
wood went up to the Sarasota -o- beach. Back home them at four the I for the dinner were Mrs. Blanche month. I, Deadly Image, by Coxe; ; Successful Speaker's by Hunt.
Saramana Telephone Pioneers Mr. and Mrs. R. Robbin's vacation o'clock. at Dolbee Mr. and Mrs. William Books added in March Included Nerve by Francis; Ordeal of Handbook, by Prochnow; 1001 Questions Answered
Club at Odd Fellows Hall. En. Is at an end. They hada McGarry Mr and Mrs. 84 adult fiction, 77 adult Major Grigsby by Sherlock; Toastmaster's Handbook, by About Insects by Riots Dolphins
tertainment was provided by delightful two weeks with Leon Page Mr. and Mrs. Clyde non-fiction 67 juvenile fiction Tin Drum, by Grass; There Prochnow; Showers for All Occasions ;
Mr Robert Eldrldge and his Mrs. Robbins sister Lola Wal Mr. B. L. Newman and his Johns Mr. and Mrs. Charles and 31 Juvenile non-fiction fora May Be Heaven by Ogilvie by Haney; Oriental : the Myth and the Mammal -
cats[ of magic. Refreshments lace Mary their daughter still band furnished music for the Ryder and Mr and Mrs. Moss. single-month total of 219 vol NonFictionSelecled Rugs in Color, by Llebetrau; by Alpers; One Foot in
were served and the usual here with Lola and will remain rand parade of gay hats and umes. The April selections include Letters of Bernard James For rental, by Rogow; Washington by Proxmlre; Diplomat
prizes. until Lola closes the house for brilliantly colored shirts which The cicada's grating "song" : Berenson by McComb; Great Clubwoman' Manual, by Monro Among Warriors by
-0In the season and takes off for were worn by the men. They is produced only by the maleof Fiction Hunger, by Woodham-Smith; ; Cambridge History of Murphy; Delinquents in the \
the April Palm Branch Pennsylvania. were the feature of the Easter the species. This once Blue Sapphire, by Stevenson; Four Days, by American Heritage American Literature; Modern Making!!, by Glueck; Wanderer
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picture of Rev. Arthur Lee I On Monday the members of bers of the Englewood Com Xenarchus to quip; "Happy are baker; Centaur by Updike; United States (2 vols.); New Simplified Nursing, by Southerner, by McGill; Day in
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ill his many friends here will Church met at the church to the ladies wearing silent wives." Kirst; Sped Arrow by Wstkln- stein; Glenn's Auto Repair by Blythe; Power in Washing by Bishop.




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. N PC Club NotesThe N PC BaptistsIn I New Neighbors- -'"'

The GONDOLIER welcomes M;
meeting of the North of the State Republican Committee Home Extension Service gavea ContestNORTH these new neighborsto Profio and Zlt Mn. ttttA i*
Port Charlotte Republican spoke Other Palermo, oed
very interesting talk on South County from ..
Club last Wednesday evening candidates attending the meeting fnuts and vegetables of FlorIda PORT CHARLOTTEThe .
drew 70 persons to hear Senator were Mr. Gus Nelson, for and their uses." First Baptist Church of !Mrs !Millie !Mates 95 Harbor Mr. and Mrs. A.

Warren Henderson speakon state representative, Leslie During the business session North Port Charlotte has entered Lights Venice from St Nokomis Ave, Venl"iwU
the Homestead Act Miller, commissioner District an interchurch Sunday Petersburg Lone Island.
the group voted to give their !\fr, and !Mrs Charles Fuh- Mr. and Mrs.
Henderson said, "Sarasota Three: William Young, com- Program Chairman $100 to be School contest with nine Gen- Rci.lrt|
County is the real testin missioner District Three: Boyd< budgeted for the year 1964 eral Association of Regular ry, 5 Harbor Lights, Venice Rlckenburg 91 Aatlst
Ohio. Lights from
ground for the Homestead Act' Gernhard, clerk of Circuit Another interesting Baptist Churches In the state. from Cleveland, Wisconsin.
programis !Mr. and !Mrs. Ed SterlingJr. Mr. and Mrs.
court Robert Zinn clerk of Harry .
and as Sarasota so ; for The North Baptist
goes, roes planned the next meet.ing Port
Ponce de Leon Renoir
214 Ave.tVenlr'L Sorrento
circuit court Jack Knuckle gha,.
the State. ; ;
in which
May when Mr. J. Girard, Church holds the trophy
sheriff from__ _Pennsylvania. from Fnrlewnmt_ _.
President Schueler read with Celli constable Director of Loveland School l they won in last year's contest .n
regret the resignation of Mr*. ; Robert M Wright, commissioner for Retarded Children, will be and will be working hard to I'H"
Loraine Sansom due to Ill i District Five, Harry on the program, Mr Girard Is win It again In this year's com-
health. In accordance with the W. Frazee, school board a handwriting analylst] petition which lasts six weeks. I

bylaws, the executive board President Schueler will 'be The next meeting will be on A contest Is also going on ANNOUNCEMENTa
appointed Mrs. Iva Doan to entertained with a coffee at May 14. within the local church with
serve out the year as recordIng her home on April 30 and residents the members of the Sunday
secretary in her stead of North Port Charlottewill The South County Epiphany School divided into four groups
; Mrs. Doan was installed along be able to meet and talk Guild will meet Monday at 2 or teams. Captain of the Green -- :

with other officers. They are with their candidates. p.m. at Warm Mineral Springs, Team is Mrs, Helen Henry; We Are Now

a. i t Mrs. Reginald Schueler, presi -0- i All Catholic ladies are Invit- .. -- Blue Team, Capt. Allan King- <

;\j I dent, Mrs Wlllord Pickens The Men' Garden Club will ed to attend the meetings I. (Gondolier photo br Bob Obmdorf. horn; Red Team, Capt. Victor In Our New
: first vice president' ; Mrs Ethel meet next Tuesday evening at Mrs, Robert Peterson Is Streigal and Yellow\ Team, I
; Hadley, second vice president: 1:30: at the Community Cente Guild president NO GLASS SLIPPER Jerry Cellura and his charming customer Capt. Miss Faye Roth. I Ij
1 Members Mrs. Cellura, both know exactly how important foot \ Building
Mrs. Henrietta Furchtsam, of the club will invite The
three who
The comfort is, Jerry is a designer and craftsman his wife is young people
third vice president: Mrs. Wil their wives for this special newly organized New Invite the most to the Sunday
fred Churchill' corresponding meeting and the local Ministers England Club elected officerson his foremost boosterCellura's School during the contest will j

t.., secretary, and Mrs, John Boy and their wives will be I March 20. The meeting was win a free week at the Youth
le, treasurer. special guests at the affair called to order by Mrs. Dorothy Shoe Comfort Shop Camp at Camp Florida in Tampa MODERN EQUIPMENT
Plan for Schueler who
A tribute was paid the late beautificauqn until .
landscaping of church the following officers were
Douglas MacArthur, This Is the first that
will be discussed. Thclub's elected: Mrs. Sven S. Nelson, ( year
was loved and respectedby Officially Opens TomorrowOne the Independent Baptist
guest speaker will be president, and Mrs. Murray
people and received Churches on the West Coast EQUIPMENT PARTS TO TUNE
highest honors 'from Mrs. W, D. Summers of the Mac Kay, secretary. The treasurer
the nation will be having a two-week YOUR ENGINE
Summers Nursery in Laurel will be elected at a later
be ao ably served. and her be date of the most important custom arch supports, metatarsal camp program for the young
topic will "Flowersand
The North Port Republican Shrubs." aspects of our daily life is the pads, bars, and wedges I people The junior and senior EXPERT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE
Club boasts a membership Increase The object of the club Is to comfort of our feet. Nothing as well as designing numerous high students will attend the
i of 57 per cent during Plants will be given as door promote sociability The meet- produces greater fatigue and popular models that are sold last week in July and the JunIor -
prizes and all members
the are ngs will be held the third Friday often mental throughout the country today will the
past year and have been urged to attend the meeting depression more age crowd go first All Work Guaranteed
of each month at
2 at
making p.m. readIly than the discomfort of week August
great strides forwardin Mr. Claire C, Coons is club the Community Center Both the Celluras\ found they in
establishing a strong Repub. president ill 1 fitting shoes were spending more and more The Rev. Charles Cuthbert-
The New
England Club will
lican nucleaus in this community -0- Here to help correct these vacation time in Florida and son is pastor of the church.

The year has proven a very Mrs. Lilly Downs has been Miss meet Gladys tomorrow Schofield afternoon and Mrs and woes of Venice area residentsis last June they moved into their B & W AUTO REPAIR

profitable one due to hard workon named captain of the Cancer Schueler will\ give brief talkon Jerry Cellura who is formally present home in Venice Gar- When a delivery is late, a
the fund raising projects a his Shoe Comfort dens where had decidedto
Fund Drive for North Port opening
their home state, Rhode Is- good excuse is even more Irritating -
such as food sales, card parties Charlotte. Helping her will be All New Shop tomorrow retire. 629 E. VENICE AVE. 4S8-350J
raffle, fashion show, Republican Mesdames Eileen Millett, Beatrice Iland.invited to Join, Englanders are I Jerry is a craftsman of more This active and personable than a bad one a

jewelry and sales] Sohmelke, Ed Frank, than 35 years experience He man found retirement was Just good excuse leaves no outlet

which from the NPC Auto Tags, to nez Booher, Irene Kent, Hor- Thirty.seven members attended is the fifth generation of his not his "cup of tea" and so for our anger.. .
j the Club holds exclusive ace Payne and the third again he set out and
I rights. Dorothy Utley the meeting of the family generation once opened -
Chares] Henry, Paul Erickson, Greater! Pittsburgh Club at the in this country to specialize in his present store, 251 S.
club voted to pay all expenses Claude Kean and Sue Gibbs. Community Center Four new custom made shoes He has Trail, next door to the new bus
to send their presidentto been awarded the Silver station Vote 5th ForR."Bud"
the State members were added to the National May
Republican convention The Republican Club of roll, Mr. and Mrs J. Cameron, Cup es well as certificatesof Here he will serve the pub.
being held this weekend North Port Charlotte sponsoredthe Mr. and Mrs Blase] Di Cenzo, merit in shoe managementand lic not only with orthopedic
in at St.the Ponce de Leon Motel card party and fashion Mr. Calvin Blakely, vice. quality merchandising shoes for both men and women -

Numerous Augustine candidates show which was such a huge resident, presided in the a bence At the age of 17, having servo but high styled shoes designed Boyd Gernhard

riven: the opportunity to greet were success last Saturday afternoon of Mr. Bates, the presi ed his apprenticeship in his exclusively for comfort
at the Community Center dent,
the people, grandfather's store in Rochester
Mr. Earle Swift The Avenue Apparel Shop in The group plans a card party N Y., and with an uncle The Experienced
Chairman Qualified
Englewood] furnished the cloths today at 1:30: D.m. at the home in Cleveland hI oDen..d his ,
> modeled at the show by ot F Mr and Mrs. Alfred Kelsey, own-store in 'Rochester, building Williston AlumniTo Dedicated REPUBLICAN

Y ur Christine Floody, Rita Boyle, 215 Herbison Ave. it into a business with a
Jeanne Hancock Lillian DavIdson The Pittsburgh Club's Dance I staff %t 24 men In the last two I Hold Outing POI
Water rVobl m$ Lillian Downs, Janet will be held this Saturday evenIng decades he has specialized in
N Nixon, Iva Doan, Ruey Wil- at 8 o'clock at the center. :
tams Connie Burt, Kim Burt A basket picnic is being planed ] Alumni of Williston Acad- E

5U YourTtlephdn and Brook Hancock Mrs Dor- and a definite date will be StatersTo emy, their wives parents, and
othy Schueler, club president, announced I Boys
later. All membersare their families will attend the
Support the sparkplug of the COIIIIty c-.IaI
narrated the showApproximately .
urged to attend the next first annual Florida Williston
G.O.P. Go-Team that .
-0- meeting on May 7 when movies Club meeting, Saturday at the
50 attended Be NamedBy Not only MId the tax Br* os promIsed' .Is ItM
will be shown Admiral Benbow Club on C.s
the North Port Woman's Club box luncheon bat. .
SERViSOFT I ey Key Sports, ,
meeting last Thursday after. All North Port Charlotte res and beverages on the beachare REDUCED your taxes with Mttrfranr soring of

noon. at the Community. Center dents who are members of the AL PostsNominees part of the program. Wil- iFx 1'A million dollars and .
University Club In Port Char. Iston's Alunmi Secretary West-
Mrs. Catherine Love of the lotte are Invited to attend a for Boys State will I cott E. S, Moulton '27 will be Still developed more roads bridge*, drohaoe .*tf

meeting on May 6 at 1:30: p.m. be selected this month by the there I other public facilities' than ever before .h the Us-

Y ef i'8.' d at the Community Center. American Legion posts of Venice Officers of the club are: tory of Sarasota County
There are plans] to start a club and Englewood. president, Robert B. Arbuckle
here in our own city Anvone '40 of the Admiral Benbow
No-Vel American Legion Post
i nterested may contact Dorothy Club and Howard G,
of Venice will pick four candidates -
V1"iq"t" 4 WkttMr Schueler at 426-1700lobe's for the Tallahassee trip Boardman, alumni secretary VOTE GERNHARD.Id
N. LQR o HiSTORh1 ASPpRILL soup from a field of eight Venice emeritus, 3901 Bahia Vista St?
A High School Junior boys, Lemon Sarasota; Warren Walters,
.J Tt Gil OF JV"Dp"A Williston's football coach
f Bay Post of Englewood will
emeritus Drive Pol, Adv. by Rabin ..IM.tt, Campaign T.*....
select two out of a field of four ,
The six winners will spenda Venice Gardens.
week in June at a mock leg-

> ', I illative session in the state

ya t ''- IN YOUR copitol The four sponsored by No-Vel HAPPINESS..is a home of your own !

S ;tl % KITCHEN Post will be selected from the I

l Only Iau.N.tit following boys: David Bowles,
with Dlalr.fCefiidgll Jim Zacharias, Tom Landgraf,

Charles Hodges, Ray Joelson,
w PAK. C. E. Pitts Jr., James VanCeuren

r and James Somers. i
Lemon Bay Post will select e
two out of a quartet composedof
I Stephen L. Gwaltney David

L. Taylor! William T, Ever-
hart and Carl H. Miller.
The prospective Boys Staters
will vie for the trip by telling
::1 i e Plumbing Co. the respective Legion Post.

r;, 488.2402 488.5282 Boys"Why State I Should" The Like competition to Go to

''I :; ;ir. Radio Equipped Trucks at No-Vel Post is scheduled for you'll

ji- P. O. Box 454, Nokomii Tuesday April 21, at 8 p.m. .

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Imagine florida before resorts..,before tourists and I hove served at your U. S. Senator' sine 1946.

ji crowded beaches..lush beautiful lazy.warrp and During these years I have attained seniority Helping yon find happiness In life li our greatest pleasure. Th. finest thing
I quiet It s still very much that way at Cape Haze, but ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Membtn.
i ", with modern touches to add to your enjoyment Exclusive of the Senate said about our mortgage loins are said by the many families whom we have helped

h 1t:' ,yet Gulf not expensive, this lovely community has This seniority hat placed me on three motor to become established In their own homes. There's a lot to consider when 'M bwU
private Beach
a large swimming pool and
cabana clubhouse private Gun Club for skeet and senate committees each one of which is of or buy, so, If you're thinking of home ownership, remember, that Sarasota Federal's

trap shooting, paved and shrubbed roads and central particular importance 'to Florida and every one experienced loan officers wW be glad to Twist yon In any way. Come la wont
of its citizens.
water system. A paradise for bathers, boaters and
sportsmen...Just 6 miles from Boca Grand*'s fine Your vote May 5th will keep me ?In this powerf -

t tarpon fishing and golf facilities. Seclusion without ul position to help Florida as well as our great
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