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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Ana on Florida1 West Coast Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, Venice, South Venice Venice Gardens Venice East, Englewood North Port Charlotte
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Erosion DistrictInclusion
The $5,000 expenditure ear. discrepancies In the report. I Agency and the U. S. Coast
marked by the West Coast Inland "In the first place," said Guard. The proposed Harbor
Navigation District for relocating Youngberg "the money wouldbe Drive extension would cut
a part of the Lake paid to the Lake Venice across a comer of the Coast of three major Venice the submitted budget which
Venice Colt Course mayor Golf Assn., not to the city." Guard Loran Station and the Area projects in the State totals $100 million more than
may not be needed dependingupon And he went on to note thata right of way would have to be Road Department budget end the anticipated funds.
several factors currently final decision on the locationof secured from that agency approval of this area by the The FBC decision made by
pending.In the access road to the The FAA reportedly is hold- Florida Board of Conservation the State Cabinet sitting as the
a published account of the Caapersen property had not yet Ing off approval of the Harbor as an erosion district presage conservation board led to the ,
_w V WCIND meeting last week, been reached. Earlier plans by Drive extension until the city anticipated area improv preparation of a resolution by
,, raa..It 1.a r canal board attorney Dewey the WCIND called for the access has progressed further with its ements. County Attorney Richard Nelson
? Dye Jr., reportedly recommended the inland of at the
road to parallel rezoning airspace The SRD budget for the fiscal for adoption by the County
and the board approved waterway route on the Venice Airport. in July Includes Commission to advertise fora
year beginning
payment of $5,000 to the west bank of the canal. Carl Rohmann LVGA pro- bridges north and southof public hearing for the dis-
--....._A____ _. City of Venice for relocatingpart manager said the road paralleling trict.
41
by Venice US
Current plans developed over construction
ruLGARIAN ROYALTY-Ifs not every day cate of appreciation to the royal couple, now which of is the within city's the golf canal course right the city however, call for the the canal would require of the Venice by-pass The advertisement will run
$ou" meet honest-to-goodness royalty But it living in exile in Spain during the Commun.1st of extension of South Harbor redesigning the 14th green by highway and extension of Venice for four consecutive weeks and
.,append last week when King Simeon II and take-over of King Simeon' native Bul- way. Drive west of the airport to moving it approximately 50 Avenue from the downtown will be followed by a public
I(Queen Margarita visited Port Charlotte, the garia. Standing in the Asked whether the city had yards back toward the 14th by-pass highway and extensionof hearing here.
background with a connect with the Caspersen
received official notification of up tee, This would shorten the
Ipeneral Development Venice Avenue from the
30 miles
community
Port Charlotte official in dark The County Commission hu
glasses is the the canal board's action. City This route has not hole from 465 to
property 14th yards
*nuth of Venice. Here, Mayor Flavlus Woodleft king' aide-de-camp, Col. Georges Guent. downtown area to connect with indicated that a referendum of
( ) of North Port Charlotte reads a certifi. cheff. Planning Director Paul A yet been given the green light about 415 yards. Par on the the by-pass. These are among area freeholders living in the
Youngberg pointed out several by the Federal Aviation (Continued on page 2)) the anticipated approvals in district, the area from Venice

JHS HONOR STUDENTS NAMED Jetties south through the airport
will be held before the
Rotary Club Zoners Venice Nokomis district is established.

Airport Estimated cost at the time

Four Make Straight 'A'iSeventy efforts to establish the district

Backs Jaycee Offer Pre-School were Actual first cost made will be was determinedby 250000.

Venice Junior High Ellis Marlene Faircloth David Elect Chairman the erosion conditions at
William McNab Terry Owen, the time control devices are
ihool students in the seventh
Jones Shelia
Kaplan Kathy
Diane Peterson, Paul Pfeuffer, ReefThe Summer ClassesA installed.
liftta,: and ninth grades were Kisgen, Patricia McDonald Faye Roth, Linda Shanks, Diana Fishing
Carded Honor Roll certifi- Diann Montgomery Suzanne Primary highway projects
jtes for having achieved all Peterson David Richards, Re. Paul Stattuck Theen John Marlene Valderrama Sturges, Venice-Nokomlg Rotary Richard Wolf, Sarasota-Brad- tablishment of airspace zon pre-registration summer which require use of state and

1and| "B" grades during becca Somers Mike Stirling, Mark Ward. Club pledged its wholehearted enton Airport manager, has ing.A school for children who will en- federal funds in the area in-
thud report period ending William Stusak, Linda Suren. support Thursday noon to the been named chairman of the preliminary study of the ter first grade in SeptemberIs clude: US 41 south bridge at
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mid April. kamp, Roger Tyrell, Scott Seventh Grade Sherry Venice Jaycees in their effortsto five-man Joint Venice-Sarasota proposal with appointment of a being offered by the Sarasota Venice and surfacing $625-
of Walker Janice White. Anne Berg, Janet Byrd, Bar- County Airport Zoning Board. 000; US 41 north bridge and
Four the 70 honor students establish an artificial fishing zoning commission of at least County Board of Public Instruction 33miles
bara US 41
Drobisch William Gran. surfacing $625,000;
n given special recognition Eighth Grade Robert Austin Donna reef in the gulf about one and He was elected at the board's three members is next expected. at Venice and Nokomis .. Venice bv-pass four-
Hauka
r having earned straight William Bowles Sherry Johns ger _, Brian. Jones, Howard Stephen one-half miles off the Venice Thursday meeting, Other mem- The commission would be Elementary Schools beginning laning, $650,000; Venice Avenue -
l"i, The straight A students Chamberlin Gregory Chapman -' Maurice, Brent Niemla, Sara jetties bers are Venice City Councilmen for the purpose of holding pub June 2LParents six-tenths mile from SR
re Pat Johnson and Donna Janice China Sara Hav- I' Stare Ben Steele, Richard Dr. Luther Luck, Jaycee Ralph Anderson and Dr. lic hearings and making re- may obtain application 45 to Venice by-pass including
as in the ninth grade Sheila contrite, Ronald Jones James Walker Twyla Wheeler Bren- president and chairman of the John R. Hogan and County' commendations to the board blanks at the school their bridge $950,000; two signals at
rody in the eighth grade and Kulakowski Kathleen Liberto, 1 da Wiggins Kathie Williams.'King's reef committee, was the guest Commissioners Masel Huston after which it would be dis children will attend. They are Seaboard Airline Railroad
tephen Brown in the seventh. speaker at the weekly meetingof and L. L. Parker. solved. requested to notify the schoolby crossing near Venice $20,000.

I Fifty-five other VJHS stubs the local club in the Early The board approved a recom- Final step, according to the ._April 23 if they_wish their ,4e
received honorable men. Wynn Steak House. After he mendation that Venice City Attorney board, will be the setting up of children to attend. Osprey stu-
.i for a "B" average report Table'Changes had explained his club's plans, dents will attend Nokomis sessions Branch
M. A. Braswell be retained an airspace zoning board of SA
.if*. Honor and Englewood students
roll certificate the members voted unanimous ,
as counsel and Wolf des- adjustment, consisting of five
Miners included: ly to support the Jaycees ef ignated Anderson to check with members, selected by the air- Venice classes.

| Ninth Grade fort. Braswell on procedures for es--port zoning board. To be eligible, a child must PrimarilyFor

1 Lana Breeden, Linda Brown, Hands Endorsed by Council be six years old before January .
Instance Burt, Charlotte Car. 1965. His transportationmust
rr, Morton The Venice City Council endorsed be arranged for by the
tureen Costlgan.Chiles, Jean Scott Craft Cook, the project last Tuesday I Does Initiate 18 On ThursdayEighteen parents. NeedyExplaining

TO Curwood, Scott Egglefield, Last Monday King's Table most of his experience In association evening and donated the $30
Classes will be from June 22
chard Feldmann. Michaelraff restaurant passed to the new with his father who fee to obtain the necessary per new members will Also Mesdames Jarvis Hen
Latrelle ownership and management of owned the Log Cabin restaurant mit from the Internal Improvement be initiated into the Benevolent derson Victor Retty Sr, Hubert through July 31 and will consist the Salvation
Griffin, Linda Douglas and Jean Wheeler, in Newtown Fund to establishthe Order of Does, Drove 141, McKibben F. E. Hart. of one-half days training Army Welfare and Thrift Store
trriman Klimas Pat Johnson, Josh Doug Is the son of George King's Table will be open reef. Other civic clubs and Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Elks well, Julius Rudolph Bernard Monday through Friday. recently opened at 245 South
Shelley Lee John
Clam, Patricia Wheeler of Osprey who has seven days a week betweenthe organizations are expected to Hall. King, Luther Gunn and Fred Registration fee will be $3. Tamlami Trail was the initial
f Martin LinI
Neelv, James Park Chris-, considerable citrus holding in hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m lend their support to the project They are: Mesdames JamesE Shinn. The program will include step in eventually creating a
of the Sara.
and will breakfast lunch once the plans are ex William Hostesses will be MesdamesJohn complete branch
|"her Ranck Donna the area serve Nichols, Dwight Hines I color recognition the alphabet,
Ross MajorE.
in
and dinner. plained. Many local fishermen Bodager Don Stikelealh- Blakoly, Edith Hurt and 'numbers, sota Corps Venice
Blha: Shaw, Eugene Trefeth- Both of the Wheelers were perceptance, physical the
Buck Wade Rick born and raised in Newtown, The Wheelers and their three have indicated in the past few er, Robert L. Anderson Richard Clarence Kirchway coordination manipulative V. Farmer emphasized to
d. Fitzger- Conn and Doug has had some year old son make their residence months the urgent need for Geraci Leora Johnson Mrs. John Artman, president. exercises familiarization with store was opened primarily of the r
30 years of experience in the in the Molnar subdivisionof such a project in the Venice Arthur Tamer, Fred Reynolds, will be in charge, A social hour I school materials and classroom meet the welfare needs sell r
Eighth I not to
Grade south county, just
Janet restaurant business gaining Laurel. area. Rudolph Montgomery will follow the meeting.. manners
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Blackburn, Gerald goods.
jmbaker, Barbara DeStolfe The local branch store is tn
)la Doody Lynn Ehlers. F. direct charge of Claude Bene.
> hibury, Phyllis Free. Marjo. aid him in carrying on the Sal-
Hall, Deborah Haselby, vation Army work to the fullest
rot Monahan, Michael Rich extent a service unit composed
..nay Rohlwing, Marilyn contestants in The' fact that the contest prizes can many times that if they set a now that they can win if they ed They should know that contestants come to round up these promises of Venice area citizens has
,alp, Inez Stevenson Marga- GONDOLIER' $4,500 Subscrip- be won while others rest on goal and tried to reach it that are willing to try to do more who think that there or tell the people who been formed to act in an advisory .
Tavlor. George-Ann. Thomp- lion Contest will win one mil' their oars content with what they would win. They have than their competitors. They are on more subscriptions promised to give their subscriptions capacity.
"b>. Randy Willis, Elizabeth lion extra votes for turning in they have already done.It been told to find out what they should know that this is their available and fail to hunt for to other contestants. E Walter Haig Cecil Court,
Seventh Grade for Iron by 9 p.m. times during the contest that their own record instead of votes that may win the prizes. themselves. from their friends and local committee; Dr. RobertP.

Richard Austin, Charles Be- Friday, April 24. consistent persistent effort worrying about what their They should know that as the Several contestants who have never go back to get subscriptions Merrill realtor vice chair-
1 via. Randy Bernlus Stephen The third and most Important would put any contestant in competitors might do, contest nears the end, their efforts made an effort to get subscriptions make the going hard for man: Mrs Edward C. Knob
ades. contest the winning list.Contestant. Last Chance will get more subscriptions other contestants who are try.
Clark Briggs, Stephen vote period of the got more promises than 441 Mahon Drive secretary;
ron, Kim Burt, Julia Coker, will end Friday and votes Issued have been old Contestants should know by than when the race start- subscriptions. The time has log and William E. Gilmour 725
"My Doody Michael Dupon, for subscriptions will Ut Let Up And Lose Cypress Ave., as the fourth
;* is two
Canoe Gerdon William Hurt rock bottom. member. It expected
irk Koenig who Is credited Contestants who "let up" or others will be added to this
Kathryn Lelgh- The contestant
i. Linda Marln James with the second largest I Top Three Contestants Hold Places in Contest I "quit" or find any reason for group in the near future.
>> their lack of
adowt. Phyllis Meyers. Sal- amount of money for subscriptions progress during I Major Farmer said anyone
Murphy Thomas Peden, this week will win 750,000 these last days will lose. They I wishing to contribute clothingor
P'er' Pfeiffer Richard Pfeuf- and will also disappoint their many other related items can con-
will 500,000
third get
votes As contestants into the "home stretch" of the drive for OUTSIDE DISTRICT LEADERS I
r, Catherine Smith Kirkwood go friends who gave subscriptions, tact any member of this committee -
250,000.
< Wer, Charles Wade. fourth subscriptions that will win more than $4,500 in prizes and commissions : These contestants reside out of the city limits of Venice thinking that they were supporting -I to bring it direct to the
Honorable Mentioninth This is the final week of a the three top ones held their positions after last and are eligible to win the Ford, the $500 cash, the $500 District a campaigner who South Trail store. In case fur.
\;' Grade Joseph Bare series of prize-winning vote ballots week's votes were in and counted. 1 Prize a $500 Bond or cost the $259 mobile dishwasher would be in there fighting until niture Is to be donated, a phone
Dorothy Blades Susan and they can not be related Mrs. James Blades gained one place, Don Breding gained' I and the $209,95 air conditioner. the finish. call 488.2591, to the store will
e""""">, Linda Davis Votes won by contest- from seventh to fifth high in votes and Mrs Ralph Adrian Mrs. Polly Taylor, Rt. 1, Albee Rd., Nokomis ... ..4,811,200 Insure its being promptly pick-
Evelyn ants will be added to their vote gained from eighth to, seventh. Mrs James E. Blades Box 738 Nokomis .. .. .. 4,810,100 Every contestant should con ed by the Salvation Army
sider what it would to up
totals in the final vote count by Contestants who want to assure themselves of a prize will Mrs. Ralph M. Adrian, 1105 S. Tamiami Tr., Venice .4,790,600 mean truck.
an impartial board of judges make this their biggest week, win the ONE MILLION VOTESor Mrs Mildred M Pedersen Rt. 1, Box 230, Venice ..4,73d,000; win one of the big prize-win
Final Report when the contest ends May 2. one of the other vote ballots and get "in line" to win when Mrs. Kenneth Norwood Box 235, Nokomis .. ..... .4,963,900 ning vote ballots this week. The
the contest ends May 2. Mrs. Viola Wood 342 Matara Ct., NPC., Venice ... .4, 46,500 campaigner who makes an effort Nokomis ScholarsOn
Crowded Opportunity Knocks The standing today does not Include votes won last week Thomas E Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040, Nokomis ... .... 4,411,100 to add one of these vote
Out Vote reports made last week for making the best cash subscription reports. Vote ballots Mrs. Dorothy Thompson Box 703 Nokomis .. .. ... ....4,310,500 ballots to his or her total vote
The by contestants show that mostof won will be added to the total votes in the final count. Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr? Englewood ...3,954,300Mrs. will win votes that can't be Dean's ListTwo
,... writer GONDOuJ them are letting the great- The standings below show comparative vote positions of Marjorie Maurice, Box 357 Nokomis ........,..3.708,400Mr. offset by the efforts of any
? Staff W. Earl est prize-winning opportunityof the contestants through Friday, April 17. This Is not an actual .. John Kruse Rt. 1, Box 552, Venice .. .... .... ..2.789.800Mra. competitor the final week. Nokomis undergraduates
JI" uST1 of' former City the contest go by without or accurate vote count. But it does show the real leaders. Leona McKibben, 311 E. Safford. NPC Venice ,1,052,100 at Duke University have
Director' the most of it. During the final week of the named to the dean's list
;I0unRb Paul A. making VENICE DISTRICT LEADERS No subscriptions were credited to Mrs James Altman been
''*'* final' report to contest there will be no extra this spring on the basis of high
and
!* Venice The majority of the contest- These contestants are eligible to win the $2,482,50 Fordor Mrs. Charles W. Jones and Mrs. Ruby Robinett last week
hoi City Council does list to the rules inducements. Extension o r academic standing for the fall
ants left in the contest seem its cost, the $500 cash prize, the $259.95 Frigidaire portabledish they have been dropped from the according
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ue appear to In toda, paper to think that all that Is necessary washer and the $209.95 G. E. air conditioner. requiring regular weekly reports. Their votes have been can second payment subscriptionswill semester in 1963.
!Pace lack of sufficient I Is to make just enough ef. NAME OF CONTESTANT: VOTE POSITION celled, can not be transferred end they forfeit all right to a count. Clubs of subscriptions The high-ranking local stu-

The I fort to get a subscription to Mrs A. C. Traver 204 Bayshore Circle, Venice .. .4,811,900 prize or commission. will yield the lisual 200- lents are John Lawton Crofts
comprehensive report. make a report.Publication Mrs. Margaret Paul, Mun. Trailer Park, Venice ,.. .4,811,400 IIELP FAVORITE WIN NOW Jr-., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
"v'ty oVerlnr' of phases of city of the vote reports Donald S. Bending! 933 Dawn St., Venice .. .... .4810,000 Time Is getting short. The end of the contest Is in sight. 000 votes and 25,000 will be Crofts, and Samuel J. Keith
Thursday will be published showing how many are Mrs. Robert S. Stephens, 731 Cypress Venice .. .4,798,600 You save money and help yourself when you help your favorite given for Tuesday and Friday son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. t ,
ad It covers projects turning, in Just one or two subscriptions Mrs R. Madge Powers 617 N. Tamlami Tr, Venice 692,800 contestant. Subscription prices have been reduced for the vote reports. Subscriptionsthat Keith i I
programs already ac- at a time should Mrs Mary Scaglione. Box 1816 Venice ... .... ... ..4.591.900Mrs. contest. When you give your subscription or extend your are not second payments An overall academic averageof
"Plished hat a. d outlines the of the most resourceful Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress Venice ... .. ... ,3,964,400Mrs. present subscription you help contestants win. When you refuse 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 is II
remains to be done In open eyes for make the going hard. HELP yourself will yield votes according to required for placement on the t tlieu'
he most ambitious participant Almeda Sanborn Tarpon Center, Venice .." .2,628,100 any reason, you I I
future. ,and drive home the I I MeL J, A. Hifhtower, 529 Riviera, Venice ?.,?..i.019,800 NOW, Help contestant who are trying to help themselves. the final period vote schedule. fiat, J1 j t '


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THE GONDOLIERGold I 2o, '"
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Typewriter 'I Car Hits Hydrant School MenuLunch GOLF COURSE
Obituaries
Charlotte I I IDIRS.
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Award gold-plated SlatedThe typewriter SlatesCandidates Driver Is ChargedA menus for this week In hole would trew "Ce 1))
the schools will be: remain
area It
donated by Paul Cockrill, local Sarasota man, Thomas MARIE J. BIRD Mrs. Betty Heebner of De. Rohm nn aald.Rohmann .
builder to the Venice Area Robert Catlette 41, wan tree ffokomls' Elementary School Land; and six grandchildren. further
Retarded Children' Assn. will NightENGLEWOOD ed for minor cut and bruise Mrs. Marie J. Bird 71, died Graveside services were the original road right IIOtedhat\
be awarded; at a general meeting at Venice Hospital Friday at wormer. Thursday at her Casey Key conducted Saturday at Sara. would also mean Of sq
movie
of the organization at 7:30 ter hi* Volkswagen bus overturned c'blew w.W home.A Beta Memorial Park by The 15th tee to the right
pm Tuesday in the Venice Practicallyall to meet candidate without ob at the corner of Nass* .Rural...." raw ... prominent musician, she Rev. Donis Dean Patterson of 10 and 20 yard end btlwtl!
Area Chamber of Commerce Democratic and Republican ligation.The Street and Tampa Avenue. I aea. was a member and one of the St. Mark's Episcopal Church. quire construction: of WCUI4. h-
building candidates have accepted an association !invites aU Catlett was charged: with IT'Milk ROD AT founders of the Sarasota Music Funeral Home was fairway by uprooting IIt
I Rawles sane
Final plant also will be made invitation to attend the annual residents of the area to attend failure to have vehicle und. r MUM* JulW Clubs and an honorary memberof large pine three I
of IhrIJUKh
for a fund drive kickoff to raise "candidates night" assembly the meeting which will be non- control. two. ._" tog b.,.11.. the State Federation of In charge arrangements. wooded area. I
funds for the Loveland School to be conducted by the West partisan. The vehicle swerved over the ....w Music Clubs. -
for Retarded Children.I Charlotte County Civic Assn During the evening refresh, curbing a* CatletU was driving WrDNBUDATl Milk She had been a winter resident
.........------- tomorrow night in the American ments will be served and a "so- west on Tampa Avenue, sheared 8........ perk and tnr sow rlwRuttaM since 1924 while living She in AtrilEUS: JOHNSTONBAtT.nAlpheu
I Legion headquarters on cia hour" enjoyed under the off a fire hydrant turnedon < cuss ulksMow Mw port Washington, N. Y. Johnatonbaugh 80,
ALLEN McCsll Road. supervision of past President Its right side and bounced ( .11.. moved to this area permanently Of Dothan, Ala. died Wednesday .
Convalescent and The event held annually is C. F. Higglnbotham. headon into a metal power WIt... rail In 1902 at his home.
Milir she wai
In Port Washington
Nursing Home : a phase of the WCCCA's program President Charles E. Yale pole. Tar"IloD41', the Music Study Survivors include His daughter .
member of
I designated Age Skiolvig Mrs.Sally oil ) wild. li wd..louwh a
24 Hour Hurting Service; of public service to the Damage to the ear, a. Club and soloist at St.Stephen' Mrs. Wanda (Lord) Roberta
Helm and Robert Sieben. company bus, was estimated' Church.She of Venice and two sons, T |
Phone Venice 488-1702 Episcopal
and pnt3nt.SERViSOFT
III roli/(.. DS LEON Aye community; provides an morgan as a reception cornmittee. at $900 and to the hydrant, s'JU- was also active In garden Leonard Benson of Venice and
opportunity for all area voters which was pulled free from the MilkriinATt club program there.Survivors Maj. Merle Johnstonbaujh ofPakistan.
water main, $200. .
risk itlita. include two sons,
........ held here I
riM Jack J. Bird of Casey; Key and Services will be .
er.Aal nbb.raFm Allen W. Bird of Mount Pleasant thl* week with Rawles Funeral
THE STAR OF THE SHOW Classes ScheduledIn (Ma',nn, ItI..d. S. C.; two daughters, Miss Home in charge at arrangement -
Jean Bird of Redford Va.; and *.
PLEASE TAKEn Food ServiceA Venice ClemeaUrr: School --

: ., new class In Food Service, MONDAY Dl.M. -. .-
Training will begin at T 'pm rww swat w_W
Tuesday at the Sarasota High c.a- goal.Apo..we .
School under the euspice crt Hot .alai
the Sarasota Community Milk
AND FOLLOloTicJProbably School. IMlUTlPork folk... loamPuttr.1

The class: U for person who '......... ..w..p
the first meant of boating wet a (log powered by man.' Throughthe in the
are presently: engaged PkkW 011ooII bw.Caowkt. _
year he hat tried many other way to propel bats trade or who are interested in wddisMarla

Now, at last, Johnson Motors lead the boating industry with their new earning service. the finer point of food MilkNLDNgse'AYt fwd r

110 straight and the I ISO V 6, 4. cycle Inboard outboard engines which have all c.sM..cwtdear.

.kinds of ability and more standard equipment than any other male. But more T"_11I'10._ wades .

important and a Johnson exclusive is their new TWO YEAR WARRANTY. Masons' Monday wile II.U" Mt"ra....

Meet CanceledThe ToI.11oT8UatlU1',
Com on down to Venice Boat & Motor .nd visit our ALL-FAMILY BOAT Hot D.s.1ew
liAlli1BUYING
SHOW from 22 meeting of Venice Lodge F1 rlwBtturW
Wednesday April through Sunday, April 26. tlillllCarrat
hall .....
301 F&AM, set for today, tl
A DEMONSTRATION will be a REVELATION which can be arranged only been> cancelled. Top officersare I J.II-O"''ArfRIDA", aware

by confirmed appointment on April 25th or 26th. communication attending the of 135th the Grand annual ,.-, 505th,
Nn glee III Iwk.t
You can also sea the all new ISO H.P. In the A.F.I. triple V Boat. It'. the Lodge in Jacksonville. Ltsw..Iwd, ..re.wCI.rr OR BUILDING.
one that stole the Miami Show pawl.ar.1 etlak.Plwd .
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sod
In addition to the all new Johnson Motors with a complete Fine of boating Swim fan isle YOU'RE AHEAD WITH OUR FINANCINGOur
needs we have a SPECIAL DEAL on a 20' AJM. with an nboardutboard! priced Venire Janler-Senlor
n at 2995.00 during the show only. First come first served. O/ nigh Schools

WaterAT HOVDATtHunbort'' n. yaUM km' home financing specialists! are ready to help yea with year

Go'LI...._ horn buying or building plant.
VENICE BOAT &MOTORSINC.PHONE .C.M."... ....-
Warm Mineral Milk Come in at your convenience. Discuss" with Harry Raby or Paul!
t'DR.DAY' Prk! sod. paSts riM "Laniui the many advantage of a First Federal mortgage.

996 LAGUNA DRIVE OPEN TILL Springs epinwh Calwrp... i 5155 ripe oN_ First Federal I loan are tailored to Tit your needi. Think' of First

488-3624 VENICE FLORIDA 6 !P M. II.jI Apple ... Mar Federal I firtt.
12 Miles South ef Venice WEDNIweA1 Milk' ,
On US 41 t:1.wAen
freed* ..kl.>pw... VENICE OFFICE
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Milk ed. Nw? 601 South Tarn Jam! Trail

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"MR. MUSIC"at

Membcf, ,) federal ,Horn Loan lank Syiuw...;
Myakka Lounge

ruetdey & Wednetday Nights
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SHOP
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OUR ONCE A YEAR

"d r 4 aq, y TUSSY DEODORANT SALE I COME IN AND SEE OUR BIG SALE!

Cream Roll On or Stick . . . 2 for $1 488-1620
231 W. Venice Ave. 488-4774 Medical Center Bldg. 225 W. Venice Ave | __

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I' r Yawn. stretch. tioh v AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI I Wedding Rings Diamonds JewelryWatch
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SERTA PERFECT SlEEPER Sale Service Supplies W* Repair All Makes -and Jeweler RepairWVenic
Stuart" Marriek" Owner 488-311'
MATTRESS Ave.UIII .
235 W Miami Ave. 488-2473
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$7950
j $79SOnM.fehlne.pe: :Ida TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN

.' You sleep on It, not In ill! DlstcMng bog apeing !Fumigate" up to 10,000 cubic ft. against insects & pests Today thru Wednesday Tonight, April 20
JJj Regular or extra length.. MJ11A1l'dee. INSECT BOMB . . . . . $Z.98 BRIDES FOR
'f"' : firm or ezfra-firm .foam Insect Repellent I "SEVEN DAYS ,IN MAY"starring "SEVEN BROTHERS
ti.\ Burt Lancaster t Kirk I SEVEN
!h g twin latest or or full Innerspring size .. .t( no Snuggle down on m Perfect sterper5....nd enjoy a refreshing SCREEN-PRUF . . . . . $1.98 qt. Dough, Frederic March with Howard Keel arid
i i tiitt cos.ll firmnes you never dreamed of before Ttat'i thank to iu 213 W. Venice Av*. Ph. 488-4909 and Av Gardner Jan Powell

I 1\I'\' I i; our IOYAdeILMly llteo msttras sold only>> willi ,ddchlne,, patented Seitaliner construction. Coil aro connected by rib ---- ..-17 -- ...

)\ bon of steel-support each other to support you longer You Welcome To JIM WRIGHT'S

;,j sleep on It,not fa it.INNER. .* VENICE SEED & FEED STORE

SPRING OR FOAM RUBBER A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER I SHIRTS SLAX

Enter Quoler Cellar "Eat Light.-Sleep Tight" Sweepstakes featuring hundreds of Serta Bedding Prize For 241.W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-14S7 121 W. Venice Av. 48SJOSGI

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)1:1'1 VENICE FURNITURE CO. Inc. *K783BJ ALPHA'18 MUSIC Years Her& APPLIANCE. Opp. Theatre VENICE-- STATIONERS

,' Open 'Till 10 p.m. OFFICE' SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIESTypewriters
I Op..IeJi
I Adding Machines (Mechanically
I 'I Guaranteed Service On All Males a
<, 1734 S. Tamlam! Tr. TV RADIO AND HI-FI' a .. Chemically Cleaned -. Just $12.50 !Plus" p.rtllf RIIUIMJWI

17 YEARS OF GOOD SERVICE Give U a TV to use free while repairing yeses" ..MIJI |
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MONDAY, APRIL 20, 19r
t THE G O N D O L I E R PAGE THREEs
ZONING CHANGE SUPPORTED "



u r VACC Endorses Aquarium. ,I e1 e


w Venice Art Chamber of ed with Florida Outdoor Adver-
directors VACC board went on record
, adopted
" Commerce; a tislng on the approval of VACC
, -aolutkw Monday night en- president favoring the proposed new
Harvey: Rohlwing to .
's dotting the proposed construction secure the one Homestead Exemption amendment
remaining site
of a marine aquarium and in that area.Relocation. for Sarasota County:
. dated attractions at a site which would tax the first $3,000
P ,just! south of Osprey.The i been recommended of the sign to had the of purposes property. valuation for school. Celebrating 50 Yrs. Service To Manatee-Sarasota Counties
I VACC board voted to VACC board by the advertising The VACC
lend its moral support to the and publicity committee. endorsement only:
,
applies however, It the Board
change was recommended to In other action, VACC directors of Public Instruction
to
Sarasota! County Commis- adopted agrees
another
tile resolution reduce the
special ad valorem
week. The resolution to the .
IIonlut county commission
endorsing assessment
passed by
the voters
will be sent to Florldaland the proposed ,
construction
last :year by the .
west officials who have an op. of a temporary same
causeway: amount received from the
ton to purchase 200 acres of north of the present North pro- i'
posed Homestead *
land in the vicinity of Black Manasota Key bridge during change Exemption:: .R ) SPREAD
bum Point Road. construction of the new bridge Also discussed was a possible
floridaland's plans Include which still span the Inland charge for VACC guide books '
construction of a salt water waterway. The causeway idea, and maps to cover the Cham. BARGAINS t
marine aquarium a western approved some weeks ago by ber's mounting postage costs Et I
ghost town, fashioned sight the county: commission, had Keller reported his office al. W
seeingtrain ride, a sternwheel. been sought bv residents of the ready has used up the postage
er river boat shopping center north end of Manasota Key. budget through June. r r 2 for 5
and a residential development. M.DOO COIItCommissioners The executive director alas
Chamber board members alia have estimated reported current enrollment In
approved erection of a sign i the causeway will cost approximately the chamber stands at 380
pointing up the awets of the $3,000 to construct members with 415 more business "
Venice area on U.S. 19, one- bay with botton.spoil dredged from the member prospects not yet $250IN 499 6
VACC directorsnoted signed
bait mils north of iU intersection up.
I with U.S. 41, 'Just off the that the contract for the The board In other action

] skyway Petersburg' Bridge south of St. proposed 341 working new days bridge for $17S also authorized for a new Keller or reconditioned to spend' II Wi GIFT CERTIFICATES Save 49c to 3.00 on Fresh Styles

,II I Replaces Others Lion, or about J3 allOW'1 dry copy machine which
.
I.
I The sign, which will cost$810 I monthsIn Keller said was urgently needed $ by Morgan Jones
yet another
I
s year, will replace the signs in the chamber offices 5
presently north and south of, For each White and Many Colors
enice on U.S. 41 for which the Prints
Solids
contract expires In August. Grove City Gleanings TWINS end FULLS
VACC executive Director C. A. BATH Nothing fo BuyViiit U| end Register. Adults Onlyl
(Nick) Keller]] said Larry By LOIS D. ALSTON DRAWING MONDAY MAY 25TH .
Rhodes president of radio station ,
WAMR and head of the The Kay Bauers, 8th Street, subscription to our good GONDOLIER TOWELS Bath67c 4:00 P.M. ,s'
chamber's advertising and pub- were called suddenly to phoen. out in Ohio "By the Jumbo
!licitT committee, has agreed to Irville, Pa. by the death of way, we should ask the C of C No Need to Be Present. You May Register Daily.
pick up the tab of $210 differ. Mrs Bauer's father Frank for a basket of oranges becausea ..
ence between the yearly rental MichinockMlchmocfc. friend of ours who planned to
of the new sign and the present suffered fatal head retire in St. Pete has now
contract with Signs, Inc., of injuries when a tree limb fell changed his mind after read FASHION CLEARANCESPRING I
Sara ota. during a sudden tornadic ing our GONDOLIER an4<} |III BOYS'r
Keller reported a si ix:: month storm. going to come down there for
contract already had been sign- The Baum went !to Fennsyl-: a look around instead This DRESSES
vania by plane.jdr. came from Carlen Roll, our SPECIALS
Venice Soldier Michinock had plannedto neighbor. Dons Lewis's daughter I
visit his daughter's family OFF
Vies In 'Shoot' here In Grove City within three Welcome to-0-a new little 1/4 White Shirts ,
weeka He had purchased toys fl 27
Short Sleeve
Army Staff Sergeant Fred W. to bring to the children. neighbor, a permanent reft- V
Schirmer/ 29. son of Mr. and dent with the Ken Prudin, Uttt We kgetn comb this seasons Wash 'n
Mrs Walter Schirmer' 432 -- Street who came without baggage Wear ] rw :t;,
Armada Rd., S., participatedin W. J. Craig and wife, who last week. stocks. You get sill)l the odds Made in U.S.A. ; \
the annual U. S. Army, Eu. have been spending the winter -0-
rope championship small arms at 193 Pennsylvania Av.., left A post card to the Bishops, at savings. We show ell sizes ,
matches at Grafenwnhr, Ger- Monday morning for Onaway, in the Little Market' next door
many, ending April 14. Kieh., for the summer. They to our Post Office, from their
btft only two of ,
Marksmen representing 13 expect to return next fall as son Jack on board the aircraft on. or any WALKSHORTS
males) Army commands in Eu. they had such a successful carrier Intrepid, says that on i .c
rope> competed for rifle, pistol l fishing season this time. his way to Guantanlmo Bay he style Shop Us. ((1
and automatic rifle champion. -o- passed Florida and wished he ,. i
hips A notice from Harriet O. might swim ashore to see his ;
Sergeant Schirmer, a pistol Ives secretary pro tern of the folks and his old girl friends. i
ouch in the 4th Armored Di. Lemon Bay Boat Club, tellsus
rion', Combined Arms Detachment that the club is being reactivated GIRLS'w
I near Erlangen, en. at an election of of.I 1 77EXPERTLY Li,4spoRT
bred the Army in 1953 and arrived fleers in Dixon's Bar and GrilL 1 r r r
overseas in July, 1962. Members and guests hold plo r
Ha is a graduate of Lake nic outings at Stump Pass SUMMER SHIRTS
View High Schol in Chicago weekends.
Hit wife, Ida, jg with him In -0- rr MADE of Superior WASH
Germany Here's the good done b, a I Fabrics, includes solids, plaids, WEAR 88c

FROCKS t batiks. Some dacrons. 2.50 to Little ironing. Smart prints.

GRANT'S "SKILLET" SPEMAICarry 'I rat 2.99 values. You are sure to Boys take to 6 to 16.

find the styles you want. while supply lasts

Out. Our 3 Store Contracts for enough dresses made JUNIOR EXECUTIVE PRINTS

1 188of SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS . . . 1 127
BUCKET a Fabrics. Usually in 2.98 styles. 7 to 14 Superior Fabrics and Make, 6 to 14MEN'S


ChIcken HAVEN .

WHITESHORT r'
.e FABRIC BARGAINSTHAT r r

WHOLE V/t' IB AGEA MAKE ANNIVERSARY NEWS SLEEVE t'4 :i

$ 147
.eW CHICKEN ((10 Piece) Law-TraIned YDS. lOO DRESS SHIRTS . i

WITH I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I It. COLE SLAW, REPUBLICAN 3 Skip Dents Pima Cottons, Sanforized ,
1/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS Administrator
I all orders pocked' foil lined buckets J VOTE PRIMARY 80 Square Prints in full folts. Patterns from Poplins. Long T Iils. Neck size.
May
Phone Ahead your order will be ready our 59c range. Choice of patterns for every SHORT SLEEVE

PHONE 488-5075 COUNTY need. WASH 'N WEAR 88 C

Wa T. GRANT CO. COMMISSIONERYou 59c BARGAIN TABLE Attractive Prints. Well Made. Save e
I' NEW FULL BOLTS
MALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE. .I r.ta i ra.ou. s Half Buck. S-M-L
I 45in. Print, Cotton, Satins, Fruit of while supply /lasts

'' Loom, Dress Sheers, Drip Dry

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BETTER SS 137

Can't Go Wrong With Batiste Prints. SPORT SHIRTS | h..

C s 69c Savings45in. Made in U.S.A. of Fine Fabrics. 1.98 Values ?..

WRIGHT while supply l
Sport. Fabrics, Ice Cream

a : Cotton & Auril Prints, Cotton Walk Shorts

Satins. Values are 1.00.

GAP. Y ) t G.O.P. l I 1 177 2 77


CLOSE OUT MEN'S BANLONDRESS 4 Pockets, Good Make, Excellent Regular Values to $4. Finer

Candidate 'CandidateDistrict Fabrics, Solids, Plaids, Fabrics. Best Trimming, Pockets

57 Prints. 30 to 36. Right fits. and Tailoring. 28 to 42.


r'fi ear District Swim Wear Preticketed HOSE .for. 1.00 Sales, at I DACRON NYLON .1 77 :-

this price they are cheap. *
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5 1y4 b ahy+ 5COUNTY l/2OFF White and 8 Colors SLACKS

I Size Fits All Fine Pin Stripes in Daeron blends that you ,

GIRLS' IN MANY STYLES WHITE RIBBEDHEAVY waah'is wear. Wrinkle free, cool. 30 to 42.

7 to 14 77
ROBERT M. WRIGHT HOSE 3 Pr 77C Extra Sizes . 5
Were 2.9V to 5.99

COMMISSIONER Save 23c Buy Enough

MEN'S+ PAJAMAS

VOTE "WRIGHT" MAY 5th I' R n : VENICESHOPPING' FINE FABRICS p

Hi Shorties. Cool Comfort Regular( Longies 287

Paid Political Ad By B. W. (P.tl) Kearney, Campaign Trmuter Ia I.. I CENTER Value to 2.69 . 1171| Value to 4.00 . I
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THEPEOPLE A Overbrook Gardens NewsBy



MARY E. KROCPA
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h via Scouts, their tents
VI s Mrs. John Sinclair and Mrs. Mrs. William Schultz, and all
Thomas Seip returned to their president; Mrs. Thomas Drum, camping equipment to Or*
,J SPEAK home in Easton, Pa., Tuesday secretary; and Mrs. Thomas for the "Cadet" weekend. Mrs
They have been here the past Edmonds, treasurer. After the Don Losell is leader for the E1Io
,- -' month to be near Mrs. Sin business meeting cookies and glewood Area.
clair's mother and Mrs. Seip's coffee was served by Mrs. Four Seniors came SatUrday
To The Editor: places that the wonderful people sister, Mrs Edward McBrideof Charles Hinebrook, Mrs. Fran. to give a talk on "Senior Os.portumty" .
MZMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED FRESJ MEMBER or THE FLORIDA PBEhS ASSOCIATION month in classwe that
r Last English sent me pamphlets, Carrie
Neptune Drive, who has been cis Morelli, and Mrs. for girls to look forward .
",. AwskM' Pr.. k .In..IF, .n.ltlod to ... foe .bU..hon, 01 .11 ...s ..,...... .. n.dlt.d to had to write to the Chamber show In the Venice hospital recupe. Petrick. to in the next year or
., .. .. .. of Commerce from another There were so many that I Mr. Hicks
May not othl. eedikd In this p.p.r. .nd IoeaJ n. .ab''hod'' h..wa All llh. of nbU. rating from a serious opera. -0- two. returned to
of ._loJ dispatcher. ... alto. rTh .......... state, so I picked Venice, Florida could not write to them all personally tion. Mrs. Oneco Sunday to bring
nun .nd .lueal .dv.rti.(.. content of this. nmpaptr k .....Ft. dpnMly ..... IK npubllritlni" b .* for mine because eight so I would like to take McBride is home Mr and Mrs L. Roeevear of back with all their the
and
now we are happy to 111. visited group !
say Forest, equip
forbidden Lake
saves" bjr written prrmlMlon.
grandparents, this time and this to thank
years ago my way : is ment. We certainly
she .
fine.0 owe
getting along just friends Mr. and Mrs. Max Mil. i >lot
Mr. and Mrs. James Nixon of them and show
apprecia.
my of thanks to Mr.
rubtlihrd Ewr Monday sad ", .rad'F, From lll-H E. Miunl, AvmtM ler on Neptune Drive and Mr. and Mrs
1212 Groveland, moved there tion to them all.I .
Intend A. Raced. Clui M.ttw At Port Offlct At VmlM, Florida Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. I* O. Gilletteof and Mrs. Stanley Lain* of En. Hicks. Not long ago they opt*
from Cleveland still
getting
am pamphletsand
ed their shop on a
Their letters always tell of 1491 Bayshore Drive returned glewood] last week. Mr. Ros- Sunday te
enjoy them.
reading
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher Sunday from attending the vear it a former fire chief of give haircuts, permanent, etc
the life and Thanks all
happv: friendly again, you friendly with the proceeds given
to
COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor people of Venice and when people people in Venice, Florida. annual convention of the State Lake Forest. with the Retarded Children1 help
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor visit them they always] take I am a fifth grade student at Federation of Chapters of the -oWe home movement.
them on tours of Venice and Brush Elementary School. National Association of Retired are happy to have peoplein
ROGER KILBY Mechanical Superintendent the surrounding areas.I KATHY WILSON Civil Employes.] The convention our community like Mr. and -
I
1 am hoping in July I can 640 Elm Rd, Rt. 3, was held this year in Mrs. Wendell Hicks, owners of
tl SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5 25 per year, $3,25 per six months, $2.75 visit them and see all theOsprey Grafton, Ohio. Bradenton. Mr. Gillette is one Hicks beauty and barber shopin Myakka Lounge
per three months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $6.25 per year, $4.25 of the federation officers. Several Englewood who are always presentsa'MR
s per six months, $3 per three months.Following other members of the En- willing to devote their time to MUSIC"Tuesday
glewood-Venlce] Chapter attend. help in any worthy cause. Last .
OracleBy ed the convention. Over 400 Friday, Mr Hicks took time off & Wednesday Nights
. The Pattern retires from the government from his shop to take 10 Girl
registered at the convention
BETTY KAUFFMANP. which was held April 7-9 at
The group of so-called "free nations" climax, voters who are taxed to foot the O. Box 332 Phone 966-2675 OspreyAll Bradenton Civic Auditorium. -
of which the United States is consideredthe bill vote for the bait offered which retriers Many committee meetingswere EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
Osprey is looking forwardto community Is growing and held at the Cabana Motel -
bell.wether when it comes to handingout their liberties and opportunities,, the beginning of work on very definitely In for continued Next year the Federationwill EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY

money or military assistance for protection thinking they are going to get somethingfor Floridaland, West, Inc., whichis healthy growth. hold Its convention at Mi. TRADITIONAL
against the socialistcommunistbloc nothing in return. to be started immediatelyafter -oAt ami Beach in May. Many of
the county commissioners the Osprey School PTA the officers and delegates who Let us style Your favorite vase
be confused This is how mighty bureaucracy is extended
must sorely at times a effect a rezoning of the area to meeting on Monday evening were at Bradenton will also be or ceramic Into beautiful lamps.
by our domestic policies.For the welfare' stat established, and be used. This is to be a self- another strong plea for the reduction going to the biennial national ,. e Ktttyliiig
example, we oppose the doctrine socialism, the forerunner of communism, contained entertainment and of the speed limit convention which will be held Rewiring e
shopping complex Immediately through Osprey was made. at Des Moines, Iowa, the first All Lamp Repoirs
of communism which is the ultimate in saddled on the people by the tues they
in
week June.
south of Blackburn Point Roadon -0- Work by Experienced Designers and
socialism and centralized government. the Tamlaml Trail and com Mr. Charles Holmes] and -0-- Craftsmen
Then many of our public officials turn pay.We have seen the pattern of promisesof prising well over 100 acres It Miss Eleanor Goerl, R. N., The Alter Society of St.
is the writer's opinion that from the Sarasota County Raphael's Catholic Church met
right around and promote government government handouts used the world THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
every homemaker in the area Health Department presenteda In the church hall last Thursday
ownership and control of industries andservices over to seduce people of different rta- is looking forward to that shop. very interesting program at with 20 members present. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
and the extension of centralized tions. Will we follow the pattern here to ping center Think of how much the Osprey School meeting on New officers were elected:

government into the affairs of local communities its bitter end glorification of official traveling time will be saved. Monday describing the various Mrs. John Brejack, president;
And when the folks comedown facets of County Health De-
and family Lfe. And to cap thePork. ism and degradation of the individual. from the north in the partment work and projects.

winter and the weather is a Four-H girls from the Osprey 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICEWe
g Barrel little cold for beaching and the Community 4-H Club displayed
children start to let! restlesswe some of their ribbon winning

W doeWt( tale sneer to figure oat why matter on which the voters should malt can suggest Floridaland entries from the Sarasota We specialize in
and the and the deer -
porpoises Fair at the r
County meeting.
Rte House, when a roll call vote was demanded their positions known. The members of and the train and the ghost Other items discussed at this serving all/ makes of

turned down the bill to incase Congress are hardly financially underprivi- town and even a river-boat. All meeting were radio and antenna wafer conditioners
leged, with their present salaries of $22 these things might even take installation for use in disaster Rlgr uswlf swvta
Congressional salaries by $10,000 a yaar. care of quite a few cold days emergencies, the Home. BTOnca AND WE
500, plus a wide variety of valuable fringe and we do have some pretty stead Exemption proposal, and ) 'rnu l WATER ANALYSIS
Numbers of other officials would have reocei..d benefits and other perquisites. The oddsare cold sometime, ft
ones the new Osprey Elementary] tD V* &UII SHAMROCK PLUMBING SELL RENT
similar boo 1. that many of the members couldn'tdo -0- School which Is considered extremely
The Little League Season got vital to the needs of
This, after ,H, it an election year andevery nearly as well in private lift. And it underway at the Osprey Recreation Central Sarasota County.

member of the How must face is a matter of record that it is a rare Park on Saturday. -oIn mi k f +' r .

tn. voters come November. And a majority occasion when a member voluntarily leaves -0- an Interview with Mr. pRUnER

of the members obviously didn't relish his post. He steps down only when death, learn Osprevites that the were Osprey overjoyed Elementary to. Tom J. Lamberth. vice-presl.

ih* idea of defending a huge pay rain disability or voter decision force him to. School will open on dent Mr. Lamberth of Floridaland stated West he, Inc."ap-,

M a time when all the tail concerns eco- Actually, pay should not be the. over schedule In the fall of 1964 By preciates the effort that Sara. BEST

Pony to prevent iMlaH-. riding incentive when it comes to public that time it Is hoped that plans sota County has put forth in
formulated for the
will be new
But the bm is lICIt cW. And rr is aTight service. school in Osprey, so that the behalf company of and the we project are sure of that our GULF-SHAMROCK PLUMBING INC.

the 1965 New school Osprey year will Elementary open in the this citizens will "be proud of 628 E. VENICE AVE., VENICE PH. 488-6247 488.2465
development.
11 Rope School. This centrally-located


In sp9 of we Admil dnfion', growing The balance of payments deficit, willsits Council
Student
forecasts, a strong economy depends inroads on our nation's gold reserves

en much more then merely the enactment continues. Elections May 1

of the $11 biltVxi redaction in income The consumer price indices have not runaway THEGOLDEN

taxes. but the trend has been steadily, if Last Monday, the Student
Council met and with only 13 CROWN
TW W even more at stale in price and slowly, upward. Now add to these the voting members present, accomplished

we g* developments. Some of the major pressure for higher wages and a shorter quite u lot. President .

tabor unions are about to demand new work week. Bruce Byrd announcedthat electionsfor
forthcoming
the
contracts for higher wages and a shorter Any surge of costs now, whether in th* Student Council offices FIRST PUBLIC SHOWING FRIDAY APRIL 17th

work weel. price of labor or anything else, could result would be held May first. Vice ,
The President Bob Somers propos. ---.-- -
disastrous inflation.
jugglers
The economic applecart already i is top in x '
'
ed amendment to our con-
an Aa
heavy. There will be Mother national l are performing on a very delicate tight stitution to let the defeated '" ; .Mt I
,' ,
def cit. rope. candidates be eligible to run ;,,1. i '

for Student Council represen ,
_ Library Column tatives. He pointed out that the t'f..
,
elections] for homeroom representatives ..
From Switzerland comes a message dren." were held immediately ;da--w-- "''I \\1 t
;; a csxe- ,,
The Free Public wide to ] after the elections for of- \. :
bout books in the lives of the young as Library opens .' j -
window fices and made the defeated r.: .. l..R.. ...
reported in the Christian Science Monitor. children in the Venice Area a to -7' )< .
candidates for office, potential I I' f m txnQ .-.
Director Elizabeth Clerk of the Chil. look out into a wonder world of joy and homeroom representatives. Ineligible 1 a fVtl .t

i dress Library In Lausanne is happy that knowledge to run. A vote was take I{ .tu .., A

I her library is a place in which the battle Librarian Dorothy tents is giving special en and the proposal was ac. !If'
of the
Now rellO.lution _
cepted. a copy
W constantly waged against poor books attention to her choice of books for the will be passed out In all rt yl r v ,ief '3S ally iI ___. f"I"-_;

by showing her young readers that there t young. home rooms for the required

are "better, more attractive books in the USE YOUR LIBRARY. three-fourths vote. Reportswere ;t ,t+era a,. w :ace
the representstlves
given by
very rich present-day literature for chile -BLN who attended the state

Student Council convention In
With the so-called lib- Tampa. Two of the four attending YES! THERE IS A BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA HOME WAITING FOR YOUI!

erals wanting more and members said that aside
more government, end from the good time they had, You'll find it at East Gate in Venice on Cypress Ave With YOU in mind, the builder has used ingenuityand
Compare the; so-called conservatives they were able to bring back imagination to bring to you a home that meets very requirement for practical efficiency combined with
I wanting less and some helpful hints from their beauty and graciousness. THIS CAN BE YOUR HOME!
less, no wonder we're discussions with S. C. members
Get the best car rental deal from confused. from other schools. Exterior design Is Just as Important as a floor plan because it expresses your mod of living. The Golden

- -- I Crown, though of contempory architecture offers completely new outside elevations and innovations.

i Spaciousness is the watchword of the interior. The large living room opens through large doors into a paneled

ECDND..CAR family room, offering the ultimate in living area. There is an amply sized dining area which is separate from the
REAL. YVIEWS liging room and family room and compliments the feeling of space. Two large bedrooms and two ceramic tile bathrooms

';::1 the only difference is the low price i- and 16 foot garage with concrete drive round out the answer to gracious Florida living.

f One of the most features of this home is the oversized "
: important area designed |lust for the "horn maker,
Offers you MORE Costs you LESS ..;:110 the room adjacent to the kitchen which is at once, a utility room, laundry room, sewing room and storage room
; all important in modern construction.The .
FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40% '1. to

I Delivery Credit cards honored ," excellent investmentor cement block house with marble chip sprayed roof is a Medallion home with terrazzo floors throughoutand
be an \ John Mansvill insulation To assure you of absolute comfort it is AIR CONDITIONED BY AIRITE ENGINEER.
Safety Seat-Belts By the hour, day, f for the party wishing a \ ING OF VENICE, agents for .

Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month building site it's is a "steal."

I Com in and see our associates t | -the world's finest
CHIPS JOHNSON air
by conditlonlnl-
'
Blanche Celli! or
automatic Drive our New shift 9 9 l At this time of year as Ronald Arose at our branch lirtemp I Let us show you why.msatasserem .

\ often happens many of us office at the Kent Motel !
2-door VALIANTS. $3 are in need of cash to pay CHRYSLER
.. Frank 15aJF CORPORATION
Redford
por dry \ or-Larry or
Also, other fine t4" .:;:..... our income ta *..
CHRYSLER PRODUCTSMa \ We have a client who li Winesette in our office at This delightful home has been bought by Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fusillo of Gary, Indiana, who have graciouslygiven :
at slightly higher rates p.ala PN taw I in this situation and in 306 W. Venice Ave You their permission to allow the public to inspect it for 5 months as they return up north. It i is open daily

order to provide these necessary will be glad you did. between the hours of 10 a.m. and S p.m. including Sunday, evenings by appointment

funds he has offeredtwo JOHNSON The builder, Cockrill Builders and Developers, Invites you to visit this home with the knowledge that it can I
JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYCULF large water front lotson CHIPS be duplicated on your approved lot or on your choice of anyone of the many lots in beautiful. EAST GATE.
paved streets in a nice REALTOR & INSUROR TERMS WILL BE ARRANGED TO SUIT THE BUYER.
RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096 Nokomis Subdivision for
only $2,500. each. Of course 306 W, Venice Ave. East Gate offers home owners all city conveniences, ewers, water, paved roads, street lights police patrol

: fI GARDEN AUTO CENTER this time offer only is and for subject a limited to Branch Real Estate Office protection, fire protection. It also has high elevation and is close to schools, shopping centers and churches.


i r t Venice! Shopping Canter little prior cash sale. left If you have after a KENT MOTEL 0* lure to see the' ( handsomely' designed Model/ Homes, ell features of the 1964 Venice Parade of Homes,

CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER payinq your taxes over this would Phone 488-2279 I l built by tit I 'leading builders of this oreo, on E. Venice Are. and open 'for your inspectfon fn' EAST GATEI!

4 RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.
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i ] Senior Citizens Jehovah's Witnesses ConveneIn Eighteen Venice Power Squadron I

It Members\ Wives Attend ConferenceEighteen
I
t Plan Outing Sarasota April 24-26 Venice Power Mrs, Larry Taylor, Lt Cmdr.
I'r
Squadron members and their and Mrs Charles Zabrlskie,
WednesdayAn Thirty Venice Englewoodarea Bible School of Glead wives attended the annual District Mr. and Mrs. R, Stanley Ben.
I residents will attend the At 8:15: p.m. E. W Hooper, 22 spring conference in nett, Mr, and Mrs Fredus
VII' outing Wednesday at three-day convention of Je- I circuit minister with the Lakeland on April 3 and 4. Boda, Mr and Mrs Fred I
Warm Mineral Springs is plan hovah's Witnesses to be held Watchtower Bible & Tract Society Entertainment included a Rohrs, Mr. and Mrs George
i l ned by the Venice Area Senior ''in the Sarasota Municipal will conduct the period Friday night fish fry, a group W Spender, Bob Elrdedge and
Citizens club. Auditorium Friday through of ministerial training entitled luncheon Saturday and a Saturday William Graham
Admission to the mineral spa Sunday, according to Mr Russell I "Assisting Others to Praise night dinner dance,
4W't grounds will be free of charge, Hord of Englewood, presiding Jehovah" Squadron officers were elect- VFW Auxiliary
with a small fee for the use of minister, I Saturday at 1:30 pm. a baptism ed and installed. Representatives ;
the lockers. Senior Citizens will "The weekend seminar," he i discourse will be given attended from Lakeland, Veteran of Foreign Wars
AwNJ'MroQn. be admitted free only by showing said, "is specially arranged to :, by Mr. Sala at the Auditorium St Petersburg, Tampa, Fort Auxiliary 8118 will honor past
QySCCRETARIEq their membership cards. provide scriptural instructionand after which a mass baptism of Myers Sarasota, Anna Maria, I presidents at a potluck supper
Lunch may be taken or purchased Christian fellowship by new adherents to the faith will Boca Ciega, Clearwater, Tar I today at 6 p.m. at Venice Civic
at Warm Mineral means of lectures, group discussions be conducted at 202 Sunway pon Springs, Tallahassee, Flint Center
Springs. and actual demonstrations Avenue, Sarasota River, Ga., and Eufaula, Ala. Those attending are requested
Additional information may ." The initial showing In this Attending from Venice were: to bring a covered dish and
be> obtained by calling Mrs Virginia The Friday program will be- area of the two-hour color film Mr and Mrs 3 Wesley Buchanan their own table service.
Struble, 488-6502, not later gin at 7 p.m. with the addressof "Proclaiming Ever! a s tin I g Past Cmdr and Mrs Members, their families and I
than today.So welcome by J. Saia, super Good News Around the World" Herman A. Huhn, Cmdr and guests are invited
visor of the Southeastern will take place at 7:15: p.m. L..
United States with the Watch- Saturday.
yvAFL Cf Kill far as hangover cures go, I tower Bible & Tract Society Highlight of the conventionIs YOU CAN SAVE Q WAYSOn ;
l I&p5 the best is none too good Saia is a native of Buffalo, the Sunday discourse "Fac
rr btati ._ N Y. and a_graduate of the ing up"to the Urgency of Our Auto Insurance
Times. Mr Sala will deliver
(Gofidolto photo br Bob OUndorf) Classes Will Demonstrate this subject at 3 pm All sessions I. NEW LOW RATES
IjHTIONAL SECRETARIES WEEK activl- Julia M. Ballard secretary to Attorney Roy I are open to the public 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
ie, which began with NSA group church atE. Dean. She is shown discussing with him Work At Church Meeting\ and no collection h taken. 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
,endanc. yesterday, are in the hands of Mrs the week plans.
Members of the GovernmentLife When .You-Never Thought of
Curriculum classes at It." Features &
local NSA Group Celebrates enlce-Nokomis Presbyterian Circle Seven win be in Grange -
Women will present class demonstrations charge of devotions and hospitality Girl Scouts OnWeek's
at the general .
meeting of the Women of the AGENCYl
Church tomorrow at the church Program
National Secretaries WeekDuring fellowship hall. Esthers Card Party .c L
The program will begin at Girl Scouts Karen Hauke and
10 a.m preceded by a coffee Mrs. James Smith will be in Kitty Herbert, Troop 93, will
National Secretaries Srmtty's Beefeaters Room and professional monthly hour at 9:45: a.m. charge of the public card party talk on Girl Scouts Intercoun-
I magazine the Esthers of Venice will lat the Youth Program of
,ct, yesterday through April guests will include Mesdames Mrs Marguerite Griffin Mrs George Youngberg Jr, se
I sponsor Thursday at 1:30 a.mat Venice Grange Wednesday
the Venice Area Chapter Irene Showacre, Elinor I Well-I- will be initiated into active chairman of Christian Education v
Masonic TempleShe : The meeting will be at VenIce -
Thelma will be in charge and the
Secretaries Assn man, Clabaugh, Bernie membership
National will be assisted by Mesdames at
Civic Center 7:30: p.m.
presentation will be "Our DECKHOUSEAT
arranged several group Fader and Bobby Kyle, The reception Saturday will Al Shafer show film of
u Class"' Or "Why You Do It George J. M. Dick will a
The club will to both
present be other
a Joint one with area
iits.Kickoff! Churcher, Ray Kepperling and the recent Girl Scout trip to .
group activity yes- the commercial classes at Venice clubs in Fort Myers on Satur- Jaro, .
George Silver Springs.The
Attend THE JETTIES
attendance of High School and the adult day Forty-Four I
day was Joint Table and door prizes will be group's regular meetingwill
at Grace Methodist education classes gift subscriptions Mrs Julie Ballard is chair- Social Card .
mbers Party I awarded and refreshments will be held after the program.
ureh services. Today a to "The Secretary," man of the week activities Eleven tables of cards were be served A 50 cent donation Visiting Grange members are CLOSED TUESDAYSgone
..kf st was held at Smack will I .
In play at the Venice-Nokomis i be required. welcomeVENICE !
Donald's Restaurant and a Woman's Club social card fishing
4nf5 a r banquet and Saturreception Cecilian Society NamedFor party Wednesday. i -K 4t -K '* SALAD-SANDWICH LUNCHEONS
t will complete the Hostesses were Mesdames I Ise7.
I MOVIE LOG I
*k"I events Burnam Jones, Carl Henlein Monday, Wednesday and Thuwday. I
-t -
He traditional secretary-of- Two State Honorspation and Leslie G Lovelace Door GULF THEATREToday I TROPICAL ?
wear dinner will have as prizes were won by Mesdames YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES 1 75
norm all secretaries. Mrs Margaret Leathley, Chambers thru Wednesday DRIVE-IN: THEATREToday SoW Bor.
Including Ow Famous
The Cecilian in Parade American
Music of
ni Schroeder, president, Society T. Klshler and Ray Lapping April 20 I
d that because of the one- received two awards from the Music programs, Duo-piano and small slams were bid and "SEVEN DAYS IN MAY" FRIDAY and SATURDAY I
ir-old club's newness and Florida Federation of Music concerts, choir concerts, folk made by Mesdames George "SEVEN BRIDES FOR
'complication of selection of Clubs at its meeting on April music programs and other risdale, George Theism, Les- Starring SEVEN BROTHERS"with LOBSTER SPECIAL
:single honoree this will be 9. activities of the Society in encouraging lie Lovelace and Carl Henlein Burt Lancaster, Kirk Our Rtgulor Mein Arailablt/ Nightly)
Presenting the awards from musical appreciation Jane Powell & Howard Keel
erred until next Refreshment table decorations
year. I -
fie dinner will be held at the State to the local president, in the VeniceNokomisarea were fresh garden flow. Douglas, Frederic March Cocktail Hour 4:30 to 6 p.m.
..
Mrs Robert Merrill added additional to and Ava Gardner I Mu North .n to. S. ft I
P
was points ers of blue cornflowers, yellow 'I nr HIGHBALLS MANHATTANS, MARTINIS 50c
Mrs Stuart Jenny, presidentelect make the award possible I snapdragons and pink gladioli _
Bible Study Club of the Sarasota Music The Societv also received
Club second prize In competition I
[Closes For Summer The "Club Rating Award"was with clubs of fifty members or
presented for the 670 under, for its Club Year Book.
|'The Matrons Bible Studyp points earned in music activities Mrs James Dick is the local WHO
p meetings will be disconI during the past year Each Year Book chairman
I i until fall. activity such as presentation of The book was graded on the
I He next meeting will beft scholarships, youth activities, detailed information it contained THE HECKT.1DGEBOYS
d a September, Junior Music festivals, particiVN concerning programs for
the year, officers, committee
chairmen, roster of members,
Methodist Women Meet hymn of the month, constitu- ARE
tion and by-laws and calendarof

Tomorrow For Discussionn As music the events.prize the Society received '

a beautiful leather-covered

Role Of Christian Womenfollowed which"Achievement to record their Book"activi-in ?

ties for the coming year
It* Role of the Christian by examples of art
'nan in Family Life and thenmumty" work, dramatizations, the rhythm ',.M 'WORLD'SLARGEST (YOU ASK)
will be the sub- band and singing of other !
HANDSOME
1 o( the general meeting of songs. The program will also [ WE ARE
man'i Society for Christian be presented at Laurel Churchon ,uuAxA., MID a IHSUHKCI COUP NT
"vice, Venice-Nokomis Meth- May 4.Members. Call THE DODGE BOYS HONEST J SrizoN ; TRue BLUE'
it Church, tomorrow at 7:30: of Priscilla Circle n rim mmui
"i, at the church fellowship will be hostesses at tomorrow KHMUi CMPMTGREEN'S HUGHMcPHERSON I ; GENEROUS

,i*l;.* Walter L. Smith, social.I meeting All invited churchwomen and friendsare P59-139 4886567n I KIND ; ee ,

conthe WERE 13RAYE

toons," on "You Are Christ- 'I'I''ed FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION

C
1Ie students of the Laurel d I
Ira\ Kindergarten will also Td
'*nt a program with the'k w-- Member Chamber of Commerce

iCS being described by the DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE ci;
sponsors: Mesdames and Air Conditioning
"man Parker, Alice Rhoad- Heating
Joseph Barone Gerald Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas

'''auver'", Sydney Blaze and Hugh Ranges Water Heaters I

:The youngsters will open the Free Estimates -
(l'a11W1th singing patrio- No Job Too Big or Too Small
: "JJ1**! a salute to the flag 26J So Trail, Venice Ph. 4882271
legible I stories and '
prayers .. i I''
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LESLIE C.


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MILLERG.O.P. T JUST THE SELLIN'EST, DEALIN'EST


CANDIDATE DISTRICT 3 BUNCH OF DODGE DEALERS IN HISTORY n

.w (THAT'S 'W'Hod.) .

SARASOTA COUNTYCommissioner

.. THE
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DODGE THE DODGE DOYS DODGE BOYS DODGE BOYS


BOYS OFFER PRICES om Tor ARE READY

IS THERE A PHANTOM GOVERNMENT IN GREAT SELL TUB NEW RIGHT I IN LINE WITH TUDE-II II01J.1l TO ANYBODY OUT-DEAL

THE LOW PRICE 3 IX Ton
SARASOTA COUNTY? 64 DODGE (this drives competition nuts)
who) (they'aU heart)
) (guess
whom (like crazy ...I
election of only those candidates ....
Doe it consist; of people intent on
11.'+"y can control for their own elfish Interests 7 999S9 9 9 99

Sarasota County' economic future depend on good businesslike govern.

"".nt a, doe multi-million dollar project.|
any ourlocal/ DODGE BOY!"
LESLIE C. MILLER' il beholden to no one. through efficient government see
County
to Sarasota WOLFER MOTORS INC.
Help restore prosperity
WASH WE KIND OF DEAL YOU WArm ,
dollar.LESLIE PRICE YOU
THE
end! sensible pending of your tax nrs COT THE CAB TOO wwm

9IS S. TAMIAMl TRAIVENICE 488-3965
C. MILLER _

EXPERIENCE AND KNOW-HOW !I'll ii c. ?
'
HAS THE w (ONE OF THE DODGE BOYS)

VOTE FOR HIM MAY 5th

Treasurer.. P. O. Box 3478, Sarasota,
Pid political Ad by Welter H. Were, Campaign
Bee Jenkins, Englewood, Deputy Treasurer

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Your Choice Ham, Cheese, Mushroom, or Weitorn

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f INSTANT Musselmans Popular EFFECTIVE

I-a' 25.0=. 87c MON., TUES., WED.,
FOLGER'SCOFFEE Sauce
Apple 4ft? Jars APRIL
20, 21, 22, 1964

':. :' F&P Flavor PerfectFruit WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE! __ ._._..

j, Cocktail can 303 19 ,,..,, Venice Shopping Cenler.f1

nny-Sarer Pink LiquidDetergent I

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. Sat 8:30.7:00: :
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PAGE SEVENCLASSIFIED
GONDOLIER I ,_ _


Legal Legal 1-E'wood Rally

NOTICB Of INTBMTION TO 1'. O. e140. VItII. .
NCGISTKR FICTITIOUS HAMS 556506. Aped I. 4s. 14 ... IHt
The ......... .. b.Je sail,
"that ..... ., mdnrtlnf .. AircraftP.intJnf NonPartisanENGLEWOOD
I hiwlnau. at Vnln Alraatt u.. rw Tae prurcTTwars eotrar .
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dar tha fl It o( Vanlaa Aircraft IN AND fOBi MHASOTA COUNTV
Painting Ca. and that aald Ural ..o&iDA. srmNo AS A COOS orrftORATB Candidate
r I. ai qi f tha folloariftt p a.aa ,
= for the Sarasota County Commission -
aa4 11BSr.1 trial-r arUtand M US MT.TB 0r .
:. 'b5..r IUIAISTK MATjLr oo..r.t'11. from both parties have

C. faakfaa, Bal HM LL Ma. Te CCCoaan5 C'alllTTOIII. NaNOTw5 been invited to address the

---- "00.411.4wihak. Bos IM, rfeaamta.Jupar TO AU CKKDITOM AND AU. rtfto April meeting of the Englewood
1. Ails Jr, iU-A M. T_- SOMa ItAVIXd< CLAIMS OR DB- Civic Council of Sarasota
: .lass trail, Vaalea: : HANOI AOAINST AID SSTATXlTn.
Houses For Sale Rentals Business Personals Auto For Sale 0.aanbl I, af Tanfaa. Alraraft falat.l aad aaak af raa. an ........ County.
l la f Cau fallowUlaad ........ ... .-.,... la praaaat anr candidate win be elk*.
RATES WILL SELL "a."I-kins.: UI4 par aa kD.vld .1.... ar d..... vhMi I p0. atOwrof Each
or TRADE Home ATTRACTIVE' HOME furnish 1850 I. Wits11'* Mr aaat.Jaipar ran, .N kan aaalm th. Liar afKLIIAIirrH ed three to four minutes to pre
2 bedrooms ij% baths, C.B, TYPEWRITERS and Adding PLYMOUTH 4-door 6 cyl. I. Alba: Jr.. Mpar ...... MA TV. d ". tola ofSaraaMa their future plan andqualifications.
Rat" both) Large lot deep ed. One bedroom screened Machines (mechanically operated tick shift, 7500. 1955 Plymouth It .. _. InMntloa. ta applr ta 00.Ci.k C'...... rV>. ... ta II.. C. ..trJadkVa sent
Ch.'9. Thursday canal dock porch, waterfront lot. $58.00month ) Chemically 2-dr Station .f tha C/mlt. Ooart la and fw hith. .
cleaned Wagon new
Monday Edition Lain-ei Villa. For comp.rablor SarawNa Couner, ftoriav' ta laiaiaarJ tMMr c'h: : b scheduled for
and including utilities 488- The meeting !
larger horn In Venice tike new. Just '13.50 plus partsif paint job 6 eyl., good tires, automatie wld >aa. Vtalai Alnaa/t pMIe. M>. .Fbl..5. r0dar an d>a fromtha
S1.50 area 2573. required< AU makes. VeniceStationer. $150. Inquire at 1M.bell' fw.rote tha aiiifclol af CbrMetwla..w daai af *. fir* p.-- af 005' I p.m. Tuesday. April 28. In the>
Very reasonable Ph. 488-244. ..44.. .. American Lesion
211 W. Venice AT Lemon Bay
Fruit Stand next to PortHole ...... *l., dtk dar aiMarak. -ti araM ar dw..d awat W lamrarad
NICE ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY 48M113. 1PM.Paaltail leanNIdIab5.. W Hall on McCall Road.
2 BDR. Nokomis Fla 4
HOME. I ,
((12 word minimum) Very Apartment, heated pool. W. LILUIII Co JtxvNL _00 JdN5 011.5, ta dslU 50..h .
Word k close to shopping center. .. DAVID L w1LsoN. II B.M a,500 5 tr.-may produce t
(ten
Additional : = =.r a
Lovely shaded lot. Large well Venice Ave Reasonable rates. Pets For Sale Apr. Ia. sCiti"HaVfltalIM ..m.1(50 r : N0..r. One
Week month or yearly. phone SHEPARD 5. M 100 tl..,l.an4 hIB ..we rhC million acorns In its lifetime.
both equipped kitchen. A tastefully Twe cmcurr rove T or 'TVTWBIJTH ..r.r, ....11 4 a-.psnW. bea ,
CASH rite t, Thuriday decorated home for only $12,. 488 3681. POODLES ARC 8 week old. juDmAo riitcurrCOURT 55.1551555 run 5511.5" ,. Mw
LUMBER or nxiiuDA rn AND .. of
and Monday Edition CO. kr aadlnf tha anaoiit
000. Can be financed. 1 black $100 1 chocolate ..
Byron FOB IAIASOTA COUNTY .lalmt.. and aar fork .10''. ar I
$1.49I Markle Realtor. Eleanor Tay. 3 BEDROOM house on the 1003 N. Washington. Blvd.. $250. Write Box 475, Englewood IN CHANCTBT not aa fllxd hall a. Md.LOUIS "MR. MUSIC"
IN !>Kt Fotrtlmi of LARRY NATO J1.
lor. Associate Phone 488-4708. water Nicely furnished and Sarasota or call 4741581. UAJLUiY XUbWC a. Ihaiatcr W tha Zo..*..
clean. Air conditioner screened can CARRIExa1Tq, .t riltaarth' Uata daeoapalAktoraaral Tuesday & Wednesday Nights t
(I word minimum) BY OWNER, Modem 3 bedroom I porch and carport. Yearlyor NOTICE Smith ... Tkomaa,
ELLIOTT PAULfor Legalm TO VINCENT CEKALB CTTtLBM. A. ra4fvd Smith.,
Word each Lounge
5cf Myakka
Additional 2 baths, porch. ,. ,
Between consider reserving for next YN hwabp 501110' b e lit Wart Miami Alaaaa,
beach Post Office. Ex. ...:. P0N0r, HARLLY Rl. Tmlor, Florida.Pakllakl .. [
A.... 'I-t".. 055' ta el.rl.u.d4 tea kitchen. Converts season. North Port Charlotte, m -" claret COURT OF TUB GINS CA71alaP.; .br ItW a ....- Mar* M. Apse S. 11. M 1..4
CII.' M oho.n of al ..awen. part for 488-3681. lOOP TBUS8ES TWBWTrT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN la U. .-..... saM far <.. slow
M 555. M-rN... M _t. rental apartment 428 Palmetto Alum. Window & Doon.Cotitreet AND TOR SARASOTA' COuNTy tlm of row mtanr. oMId. 5..d thora.
l
... 1w ts.ea.a \: Court IN CHANCI.RT la and san ....1... to .aov aauaawkr
Venice Inc.
,
A ':1 .b5m .1 r: M 3 BDR. UNFURNISHED hoots Roofing/ & Painting' oven C1orosno.o!: ANNA tk. _. ....Id lot ka oraatol krorvlne WOLFER MOTORS
... fun Sr M .... C-MIf-' n. CUUEGIO. tabu ai>< ..IhPwaWIi ..,.....,
of wrlttoa
... ...... 100 nail_ r ......_ I PIlL Daaa BFAUTT Bur. x05 IN T.VSMCI..... Dining room, large living Phone 4/*.2IU VonieoOressraaUar ... II an,.. a,p-aopr STINNETT ronr a IUEFVR.tA4l RAMBLER DODGEMS
room. Quiet section shopping. 481.3965-488-6150
near .
CALL, LOU Ma Srrait. S.raxvt rVrMa. Attomon S. TWa.nl. Trail
JACOBS. &lilt sorts: : III. nOIlBLnPol.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Phone 488-4412.: alterations draperies -..." orlrlna run.MMnof PMItloaor.with .and... Ctork kr flllmt of aald the SPECIALIST IN. .

One Edition, per inch $3.00 VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 ete. reasonable 48 -IlS9 rronci OP IUn'Tat 'a U.fIt Court kr Mw r. IMIi ""' ...... a ... TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT I
ENGINE
:2 BEDROOM. Furnished apart EDITH err mar *" ontand aralaot 1 555 raat>
Edition Inch $3.50 bedroom 1H baths, panelled 1C TkOMBUT .Ins 'oU' adoption.WITNIBB Chauli
loth )per Lubricate
KOI MAIssen e Brake Repaira
Florida Cathedral cell ment. Large kitchen and living PersonalsWill mt bad ... Mia ami of

ads ing. Call room.488-5397. room. Also a 3 room furnished : T- are k.n5t Mfehlnn.....,..4MM. 55,0 a a-r -Id. .ooort, at. Sanunto. .._ Ikki alder ) Front' End Alignment Oil Change

AH el. In apartment. Summer pl.ln'. to .umR .,,10-. miner ..._,...aof Ibrrk.. A.1W4V WYrlWB, Front End Overhaul Adjust| Headlight Beams
....... '
,. .
advance icpt et'abliihodaccount. 704 SERATA ST. Venice. 2 rates. Phone 4883785, Eves. Boy who took StenMuilil ..d.. 0d.trwt tone.e-5115 puroh,spud clot' of..U..' COOS CoartIN Wheel Balancing Electrical R.pairse
II" I. Ghtn.4
., 438-5994 lha '. .. deerihd P..ot. ta.lt'nI's ... Automatic or Standard
Overhaul Any
bedroom, C.B. house. Florida I Fielder' Glove, Im Norllt U 'M of 'h, W.t00 1> nark. Engine
P.hlloA.II 5. It. V. 1"- r
room, one bath, nice living printed "C. R. Thompson I ,... of Loot 5. .Ioek 1. Pia 18. C Radio Repair Transmission Repair
.
CANCELLATION CENTRALLY LOCATED of Entlnraod; u nranM hiM '. IN
or room with fireplace kitchen I THE COUNTY lUDG!; COHT Repair and Installation
Plat IJooI I. p_ liD, of 005 Alreorrditioninq
return lecher FOR SARASOTA COUNTY
at to AND
ADJUSTMENT and dining area. Utility. car Apartments on yearly or i once room. 505111. looses of 5.r..a.CouotT. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE:

Rtqmfh for cancellation .. port. Lot site BO'xlSO. Contact monthly: basis. Vacationers I No questions allied by police .bwn filrd. "ortda.h ....I..t. rov, mnt yna &rqMlMl P* RKt B8TATE OF
welcome.I Armada Apts, 408 .. ..... FLORENCE M. RACHB rn a.ilProhnt.
.
b of William to MTV of
or adjustment e c a E I e Leonard 402 Sullivan a copy your FIN) Na. 1ITTvoTins r
Armada Rd. S. or lhw p'1ln. to mid eompltlnt
atM
To RBnrrons
error 1ft uIP b* mad forThlxiday St, Punta Gorda Fla. I Plnlnl'fV iilnrnn. Hwe.d 0r... TO Alt CBED1TORS ANn PERSONS
Gondolier BEFORE Lost P. O Bon Ibis SIT Nuun Rtrwt. VmriarlKm HAVING CLAIMS; OR DFMANDS
LARGE FURNISHED 3 room !Ion . S fjn. on Monday. For Mon BEST BUY in Venice Gardens Apartment. Month or ploilln. hi Ih. eft?.. of ,he C\rk\ Yoa AGAINST... ......, notlflod' and rfloulradto
bedrooms Weekly SOLITAIRE EMERALD RING of th. Circuit' Court .bov fUlml r
Gondolier BEFORE S 3 bath and half ..,,... ml on flto I anr .lnim or dmand !
diy lyYearly.. Reasonable! Phone or th. fO.1t tn of Un. 1M4 Ur :J"fiJ;
I and diamond wedding ringon 5r. hav. anlniit the K>tau -
large utility room, carport, .m toll to do d m> hr *rf.olt win .. INVESTMENT
I q /. lat. ofaoto REAL ESTATE
Thursday. Pi.
t.m. en screened porch. On a large corner .I 438-3785, Eves 4S .5994. Nokomia Beach off pavilion .. taken -.1.., ,.. fw Uw tdkt 4w .w moca JIoo( RACHE> r. fVriu i'ra tf MId
.
PHONE lot. Terms as low as $1,400 I Reward. Contact The GondolierNewspaper. 5.5407 DO I.N .slink Hoa. JOHN T. GRAHAM. Suma
NT! AND ORDBRFD! mt
down. 380 Hillview Rd., Phone ON PRIVATE ESTATE at Osprey -; Florfata. thk 13O d 488-3125 488-2894. I two large bedroom A, WYNN!!:. Ctark.rirralt ...,.d.. montta hen, th. dato af .. Diplex In wonderful location. Small
cu.rrat. Coontr ...bll..U.. of thla notba.KarJi .
apt., living room, tile bath, Mobile Homes Tlorid.IN .. tint elalra faamand .uet ka InirriUr. t

BEAUTIFULLY Landscaped 2 Frlgidalre gas stove and furnace .. and In duplk t.l rtall atath. down payment with good terms on
TV garage space furnished THE: COUNTY ltlI>OE'S COURT pla' ". of roifdrnoi aad aovt tnoWdrw
Bedroom, 2 bath Home Central For SaleBE
tOsS a.
IN AND FOR .ARA80TA COUNTY of th. Clwaiaatt avrnto
Real Estate Water and Sewer. Reduced or unfurnished. Annual 0FtOLTx W 'RO.ATIi kr tka Cblnant kh e. ar kkutnraorl baUmce. For further information

from $$17,500 to $$15,000.00 for basis only $100 per monttt. 'I SETTLED when you return IN savvy ono IWOsCO.p.sow. II" fflla nkaS fIt aM ko _aar aa*dre.!>.. ..a

t1IUSUAL OPPORTUNITY quick sale. Byron Markle Quiet, no lawn to mow. Phone alter me summer. Buy this <. ...d Mt aa flM' laafl ka ..... T>< can 48-4413 4884196.
Seaman 662825. so,. )la Tin 1I1t.8 !<. mar ba .440 .. .. atoftavt.lain or
modern 2 bedroom mobile with
Established Realty Office Irrition Realtor, 480.4706.ATTRACTIVE NOTTfB' TO CRtDITORH of and .,.... ,- 5A k* ...>
on Trail So. of Venice. ; covered patio TV antenna Tt'I ALL CaBDITOItS AND TTRSONgJUVUrC toiaad, fnan th. ('...... ft a ra* afrai
!: HOME in nice 1 BEDROOM, furnished apart aluminum awning and land. CLAIMS OH DEMANDS: ANNA a vmon.a. 8srnrn \
100x195 ft Frame Bldg. About IioiMrK '"T tho rMatoaf
section e( Venice. Two bedrooms ment. Yearly. Inquire Ara- lot in AGAOrsr MID BtTATKiT ..
IX ft. IZ3.500. Byron Mar sped Harbor Lights. ..a ar. bolt a Mtfiat ... ramlralla Ploroaoa' Mb Da.
sq. I two baths screened Ion Apts, 909 Barcelona.MODERN met win take $3,950. Call file 55.44r..sd which Pasa4 ..r.oLAe

kit, Realtor Phone 488-4708. porch and carport 1001 Nokomis Ver' 468-1887. haa rtlrJoOD ualnat, tka Dxeaiai Catata,af EmTOC af'iraMMa ..w. 9AASWWBS11. a 56ow8. .
r
Ave, So., Venice $14,000. alt-conditioned Orantr, FVrM. In tha : *. af mm
APPROXIMATELY 4H, acre.. Low down payment. No closing stores available in South AVI0-: TRAVEL TRAILER, Ro.. JOHN T. GRAHAM. Sanuota
with palms, trees, 250 ft. 24 ft. Self contained. Excel County JU IK.. la th. Cour.tr Cavrt
pine Call 488 6701.
costs.
Venice Center. ...
Shopping For Rmiw at s. Florida' wltbla. ..tanlndar
m Fox Creek. Private road in information call 488-5358. lent condition. Phone 488-3723 month. from tin Mission Valley Estates. Re.. tins publlraUoa thU tiotlea.E .
enable 488.6707.WONDERFUL GOLDEN BEACH near gulf CASEY KEY on the Gull. 3 1949 MODERN HOUSE TRAIL >rh elalm or .....,. unit V. MSOUne

Two bedroom/ two batht. bedroom furnished house ER. Fully funi'fhed! en lot. clac,*and of ra,la>';rtun'lcat.i,-.. ail. .ban aaat afflMaddrM. itauth.
Screened 488- Large size new refrigerator. of th. Clft i.nt. h1.t ar r
porch. 488-1333
YOU'RE
OPPORTUNITY 30 foot Florida room Immediate occupancy Best I hl. Ittornrr: hull b. a,..T.p.nM. ar WHETHER
Combined professional 112 ft. lot. 2151 a II.75 flints' ,... and ."r rush ..himr BUYINGSELLING
on corner offer. Pickfird Trailer Park, 5 demand not M flirt ih.ll ba told.

!or small business use with 519 GULF STREET Rentals7an.sd Oak St. Ospr jr. Th. fllln. fun ... loa ..d'" ta Uw 2-bedroom 2-bath with nice OR
I
home. Short walk to two shopP01 New ,
mount of clilm ... ..,. ... m.r
centers, schools, banks b. abtalnai fruoi tics C-.t, Judo'.
ANNUAL RENTAL Furnish Boats For Sale ofllea
-
Wonderful loca.
en U.S. 41 corner. Room for expansion :. NEW pUPLEX in Venice Gar ed or unfurnished house 3 A LAP AH it FEINIIO,.. JR.a. .. screened porch. You're Best Values Are
and parkinf. BjrronMirUe dens. 2 bedroom. each side FT. OMC DELUXE 1962 Admlal.trator far tb. ft*. !
17
,
bedrooms. All improvements. ......
or more &"r to* r.
Realtor. Phone 488- Central heat and air-condition: Heat, air conditioning Model 88 h p. Inboard-out- u.s tion. Small down payment. Easy
4108:) location. Ats.nw, 1I1a1. sod D.o.AtlOrn .
ed. Attractive lake board. well I
Write C. H. E., Box Exceptionally .. Lo',
Phone 4884885 or 488-8651. 746. Venice equipped and ready for t'i" II' "'..... IIt_ terms. For information call '
Lots For Sale Get it whil P O. Bon IJ76.
water. now
BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot I I V.,'... Plorlrfa. M
I and Misc. For Sale fishing's good. A $4,0"1 be- Puklkkl. April II, 10. 57. Mar 4. INI 488.6413 or 4834196INTERESTED
MUST SELL TO SE'rI'LElate. Es city water sewer FOR ONLY $2800 HarmChrisCraft
and store $7.250
lot unit 13. Venice Gardens Walk to school Sales. Inc., 1201
; lot Sunset Beach unit 11! 30 per cent below cost! Call ONE WHITE STEEL enamel North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. -. HOMETOWNCLAIM
488-1510 after 4 or weekends. table. 30"x40"x25". Good
2 lots Venice Groves. You see Phone 4884948. Phone SIs-SSIS. 1- } SFI VICE
shape.
them) make offer.
you the By- ...\
run Markle Realtor Eleanor! Wonted To Buy 2 WHEEL UTILITY TRAILERwith Aeroplane Call: I

Taylor Associate. Ph. 4884708.ID attached tool box, $30.i n5nrl"' HUGH
:
IS OR 20 UNITS of going Motel 140 CESSNA, 350 hrs. SMHO. .ra. ? INTERESTED?
Apt size Crosby Refrigerator, r """ McPHERSON I
.! DOWN $10 Mo. buys 2 loU Apartments, preferably on A-l condition $30. Call after S. Clean. Very good shape Ph. 3 Bedroom 2 baths, Screened

in So. Venice. Price $550. Alton the Gulf.) Send price terms and. 488-5764. National 9-5765, Punta Gorda. P59-142 483-6547 Porch attached carport Oil
1963 statement ot Income H. N. Wlmmer.-Realtor
complete I
:S lots So. Venice 623. One heat
and expenses. Write to: AUTOMATIC SOFT DRINK
lot Sunset Beach unit No.1. Ralph Wallace 921 Russell St., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent I 105 East Aurora
Vending Machine, still under
MM Any of these for $10 ,
down. For one$20 down and $20 Pttumwa, Iowa.Apartments. warranty for half price. B & W HOW ABOUT ONE OF THESE? for Werreot Union TeJeqrapei I $17,500.00 UNFURNISHEDH.

me. you can buy a nice Venice For Sale Auto Repair, 629 E. Venice Monday thr Friday, V to S; Saturday to I N. WIMMERS I

Gardens lot 1950. Buy your Ave. 4883502. DOUBLE, VENICE GARAGE, NOKOMIS MOTELS CLOSED SUNDAYS REALTOR

H Mukle now, and Realtor build Ph.later.4884706.Byron 13,400. FURNISHED Efficcy. SEWING MACHINES. Clean, One on U.S. 41 One at Beach Marina HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. Miami Ave. :

Yacht dub Apartments, oil and adjust. $2.50. George 488-5308 (.

Tarpon Center Rd. Pool beach Part!. 1030 N. Washington, HOME, SEAWALLED ON DEEP WATER

NORTH CAROLINA and low maintenance. Mortgage Sarasota 9557885.
Over 33 acres with 2000 ft. available Sarasota Phone INDUSTRIAL LOT ON RAILROAD
frontage on paved State RUBBER STAMPS made to or. This Space
Wilson.
Highway, near Brevard, N. 824-5321 der. Overnight service. Office .
C. Priced for quick sale. RentalsFURNI&HED personal pocket or stock KERMIT L MICKLETHWAITREG. NEW HOME. VENICE

13,495. E. D. Edge Venice 4881432. NOKOMIS AVE. JUST SOUTH Of SAN MARCO Available
ESTATE 1
REAL BROKER
4882289. J. W. Venice .
Ponder
and two bedroom 2-Bedroom I-Bath Living Room and Dining
488-6508. one SQUARE DANCE and Summer Large
house. Walking distance dresses. Size 18. Phone 488- 801 Laguna\ Drive Phone 488-4621 Are Kitchen Frlgidalre" Elee. Stove and Refrigerator For Your

FORT MYERS Lot BO'xllO' to Nokomis Beach. Very 1480, laundry Room Plus Utility Room with Extra

(fort Myers Villas\ ). Sacrifice reasonable. Call 488-8127. Commode and Wash Tub .... Florida Room Central Hilt Real Estate
1.000 cash. D. Baker Misc. Wanted
and Air Conditioned Large Tree
furnished
RENT Nicely
11815 FOR
Brownell St., Plymouth, AdvertisementUNUSUAL
Mich 3 R. Masonry Cottage. A REAL VALUE AT $16,000.00
and dining WANTED Clean Twin Beds,

LOT 9 IN BLOCK 5, in Golden are.Modem. Plenty kitchen of closet sp" ate. 34" or Jess. Phone 4882573. e-INSTALL-! FRANK C. RAEBURN

Beach. Hershel rancher, Or. Available for S months at $50.00mo. FORMER MARINES receive REALTOR

1118. Ind. Phone 2048W.INVESTMENT See Mr. Nickell, 3rd door foil. (4) days pay each month 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 4tS-loOO 48-264
of Nokomis Tire station .
LOTS west for one week-end drill. Regular

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT south side Pavonia Road, Nokomis credits toward retirement,

EASY TERMS Phone 488-M22, or your plus the added earning power OPPORTUNITYSOUTH

local re.ltor.TRAILVIEW. of two weeks summer camp in

Shore Road 100x150 ft. California in August. Call 83S1911. HEATING VENICE
APT. tor rent by
comer lot. Hidden Bay. furnished. Tampa for details.
83x160 year. Completely [HOMES"r'2 Dandy two-bedroom, Florida
ft. on canal.! Automotlc heat and air con Wanted Room Tile Bath Large Kitchen
GULF REALTY Help
Ph. 488-8738 ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. COOLING Stove Refrigerator, Tor-
St. close to store
Tamp. WOMEN: WONDERFUL: extra r no Floors Carport, Very

SPECIAL S LOTS dose to Tel. 4881321. income plrt time. Flexible CORP Nice Work Shop Plus Utility

schools, shopping center and $5755. S AITT W VFJdCB. hours Training provided. Work Room. $8,500.H. .
RQ6 tar. 744 Vanio Ave. E. Venice, Fla. 488-53S9 DR HOME
ital. $1,995.00-10 per cent .at l. Option (a near home. Convenient for L
LOP JACOBS. 4alll tAprtment P. HORN
down CALL.: .
easy terms. Take one or
mother with children! in school.PleaMnt .
::11 thre*. Byron Markle 4S ttJ1IlNcY: : fur- dignified work. Stop' IIIIIIUIIIIIIIII, ;! REALTOR
IN'
nished. Linens utilities $eO by Mon. 10 to S. Tue. M, U l"nIlIllIIIRJllllllllllllllnl"I illllllllllllllllllllllllllilBAY U.s. 41 and Afboo Rd.
tU Dec. Wth. Sleepingrooms
WARM month Dearborn St., Enflewood Ask

2 residential MINERAL No.SPRINGS 14 It U. week., Phone$10 per 488-2422 week., $1S Noko-:3 for Mr Jim Jimison.BEAUTICIAN RIDGE COMMUNITY | VENICE GARDENSNewly Ph. 488-3785 Days ..

Block I Ph. 488-5994 Eves.
I, Unit 78. 4 Business
wanted immed
miL _. Inside and Out. CB ComtructienTerr -
Repetnted
3,4,30 71. .
& 30. Block 2, Unit lately Call Mr. 474-
*. Gallo\ 337 Gardenia Road, 3 ROOMS, air conditioned $85. :J841 Hicks A detirabl wooded highly rirtcte: l community of II S tto Floor, Tile, Bath.cnlySlOJOO .

Venice Gardens. Ph. 488-3573. :j room efficiencies. $75. Utilities == choice Honveiiret on Blackburn '.y. SP

included. 488-2802. MALE. Full time dishwasher = a

IBAYSHORE ESTATES PARTLY FURNISHED, 2 bedroom Apply Venice Yacht Club. = Priced T From $3,800 to $6,600. s CS 2 LOTS

Highly! elevated choice lot I cottage $85 483-4927 month WANTED Driver-Salesman. You should 'Inspect these Selected Offering at once for S Low Down Payment and Monthly Payment1 of Only 148, SIDE BY SIDE IN
Phone or _
from 105' frontage.Roberts. Bay.Across Beautiful"law. street 1 plus- utilities Venice Hood's By-War.Dairy Inc., 130)) S. ..I.. are limited to only 3 for this year. x Inducting Interest and! Principal. Venice Gardens


i Raatonabl. Phone 2 ROOM APARTMENTS $JS Wanted CHIPS JOHNSON RealtorBRANCH 1350.00 each

W8-5047. a month, including utilities, | ,
504 Armada Rd., S. 3 room 1 call ROY FRENCH ASSOC. 488.2126

apartments. $65. lil8 Armada YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military s = OFFICE AT KENT MOTfLr, !" !PHONE 195or Martin S. Stancik
: mats a 'urrncN';8''L Leis rates also. Afar obligation with\ only llx 1 | t '
ISO VBNlCt j\d., S. Weekly HAROLD ROSS Realtor( REALTOR
_,!AL6 IOU JACOB 4MSITFB. J P.m. call 474-2589. Special months active duty. Return I I

BEAK INLET for yearly tenants-10 per cent for service with your local Marine 306 w. VENICE AVE. PHONE 4i.a..U41I Venice 4885443THE
Seawalled private
Reserve unit. Call 834-1J11 ,
through September ,
boat basins E L Kt'tonBarihor discount April Tampa for details. 1I1II1II11I1I11II11II11WW1111II11II1I1II1I1I1II1II1II1I1I1{ 1I1I1I1II1I1I1I1l1I1II111II' I J 1

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PAGE EIGHT THE GONDOLIER I MONDAY, APRIL 20. __I


VSC Nine Rallies MacDonald Wins Two EventsAs Golf Scores Soar I Ve-No Bank Ekes Out 9-7 Victory I'

i'i's veg. P + I Over- -- Florida Power & Light Nine

For 9-8 Win Over Indians Lose Dual MeetVenice's I' Led by the extra-base hittingof had scored four runs to har.
As Indians Take Tod Twigg, Venice-Nokomis I row the gap from 9-3 to g.j'
7 win over
Bank eked out a 9- With the tielng
Bruce MacDonald teams prior to Friday's White Florida Power & Light Thurs I run. ?, lee.
and
and third,
put on a one-man show in a Sands Conference meet. Gulf Little League Mark\ Rarnlo"
1st Nat'l BankVenice I- day night in a pinch hit for the
w Kilowatts
dual track meet at
Friday
12th In StateVenice junior division game.
MacDonald
garnered firsts in lined out to Rose at shortsilr
Sarasota but depth paid off for
the ahot put and discus, tied Twigg hit home runs the first to end the threat and bgj
the Sailors scored the
they an
Center ral- as
Shopping and then
for second in the 100-yard dash two times he was up game.
lied for eight runs In the top 8H and was third in the 220.:! took 12th place blasted a ground-rule
of the fourth inning to defeat a tune up meet for both annual state high school golf his third try. He also came in Rose was the winning pitch!
First National Bank, 9in a Sophomore John Stengleinwas tournament, held Thursday and to relieve David Rose in the er and Larry Jeffrey PlCkt4
Gulf Little League senior division the meet's top scorer with Friday at Winter Haven, as final inning after the Kilowatts up the loss.
firsts in both hurdle
played Thursday Venice Lions events
tees
game high winds and longer
,
night at the municipal athletic and the broad jump. caused scores to soar'
field. Other firsts registered by Fort Lauderdale copped the -
The Bank nine was leading Venice were in the 880yardrun team victory with 612 strokes,
3-1 until the Shoppers eruptedfor Venice Rotary and the pole vault Bill while Winter Haven was run-
the big run-producing inning Krueger took the 880 and Bob nerup with 622. Venice's team
In their half of the sixth, Harrison the pole vault C. E. total was 657.Medalist COCO PLUMOSA
the Bankers' made a determined GLL WinsVenice Pitts came in third in both the honors went to FortLauderdale'
Cop high and low hurdles, Tom
Jr.,
bid to garner the win but John Elliott,
the rally ended when a base Thompson was second in the who registered 7372145. Bill
I runner was hit by a batted ball Lions and Venice Rotary mile, Trefethern finished thirdIn Johnson waa low scorer for the S1.95 and
I between third and home for the were winners in a double- the 880, Tom Rezek copped CONTRACT SIGNING Fred M. Daley, president of Lake I Indians in the two-day meet up
i third out. header played Frinday night in second in the 440, Phil Young- Venice Golf Club, signs the contract extending PromanagerCarl ,with a 157. He shot a 75 on
I the junior division of Gulf Lit- berg" took second in the discus, Rohmann's (left) tour of duty with the club until Feb. opening day but skied to an
Ron
win for Johnson the Shopping picked Center up the, tle League Charles Hodges was third in 28, 1968 Daley said Rohmann's contract was extended in 82 on Friday. It was his first I COLD HARDY
The the discus and second in the recognition of the work accomplished at the club since the
but had to be relieved by Bar Lions posted a 8-1 decision round over 80 since the season
over Venice Elks and high jump and Terry Green pro-manager took over in October, 1900, and because the got under way.
ry Young in the late stagel.Johnson and the Rotary downed Nokomis lied for third in the pole vaultto officers wanted his services while future plans for improve- Other Venice scores were: FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT
struck out two .
walked two while Young fan Lions, 74. For Venice Lions it : complete the Indian scoring( ment are being realized. One of the first improvements will Martin Satava, 82--2-184;
ned four and walked six. was their second victory in as MacDonald's marks In the be the complete replanting of the fairways on the front nine Danny Kiehl, 86-82-168; and
many starts and for the Elks shot and discus were 46-11 and with improved bermuda grass. This project, Daley said, will David Bowles, 82-86-168. 474-2413 474-3223
Steve Deans the loner, rack it waa their initial loss in two 143-2, respectively. Harrisonhit begin following the state junior championship tournament at All but Johnson, a senior,
ed up six strikeouts and Issu- james played to date. The Rotary 12 feet in the pole vault Lake Venice, June 1214. Beginning May 1, single summer will be back next year. Kiehl
ed two free passes is l-1 and Nokomis Lionsare and Krueger ran a 2:07.8: half rates for membership will be reduced to $50 and to $75 for and Bowles are seniors and --
Catcher Pat McDonald of the 0.2.Things. mile husband and wife. These rates will apply through Oct 31 Satava is a sophomore. -T- '
Shopping Center led both ______ :::
m ----- -----
were tight In the Venice
teams in hitting with three Lions-Elks contest until the
safeties Each team collected fifth inning when the Lions
seven hit: apiece in the six- scored three to their
runs
Inning contest previous 21 lead to the up final ONLY 2 MORE DAYS TO WIN I
The win was the first for the 5-1 count.
Shoppers in two starts, while Gene Fowler held the Elksto
the Ions was the first for the three hits, while the Lions
Bank in three games. garnered seven off the combined .
Tomorrow's schedule in the offerings of Freddie
senior division has the Shop Brown and Chuck Frady.
ping Center hosting the Bankat Top hitter on both teams was
4 p.m. and the Osprey nine Lion David Knott, who went

the meeting 6:30 nightcap Sarasota Federal in I two-for-three.Jeff Bndager's hitting and ONE MILLION I VOTES

The Bank and Kiwanis play the combined pitching of
Thursday at 6:30: p.m. Bodager, Ken Curry and Mike
Hulsbeck were the key factors
in the Rotary win.
Sun Sox Open Eric Shaw started for Nolso-
mis Lions and took the loss
Tim Helser, who pounded out

Season TonightA I two Lions.Games doubles this, finished week up include for the a IN THE GONDOLIER'S $4,500 Contest


Thursday contest at 5 p.m. featuring -
crowd of over 4.000 is expected -I Osprey Recreation and!

Sarasota to be to on hear hand the tonightin um I the schedule Venice pits i the Lions Elks Friday's against VOTES DECIDE THE FIVE PRIZE WINNERS

pires cry "Play Ball" to start Osprey Merchants at 5 p.m. in
another season of Florida Osprey; Florida Power &

State The League Sarasota baseball Sun Sox, defending Light p.m. here vs ;Nokomis and Venice Lions Rotary at 6 750,000 EXTRA VOTES These votes will be won by the contest

champions of the league Ve-No Bank at 8
meeting p.m.
will) open defense of their here. / ants turning in the I largest amounts of
title at Pavne Park at 7:30 p. 500,000 EXTRA VOTES
t m, meeting the St. Petersburg money for subscriptions by 9 p.m. Fri
Saints Last year the Sun Indians Lose 5-4
Sox won both halves of the -- 250,000 EXTRA VOTES day April 24.
split
season handily
Another strong team is ex To Fort Myers

defend pected in this Sun title Sox Some uniforms of last to Upset-minded Venice gave These Votes Help Contestants Win These Prizes

year's team back in Sun Sox big Fort Myers a real scare
uniforms are Billy Hicks, who Friday before losing a S-4 de-
in 104 games batted .277 while cision in a non-league tilt 1st GRAND PRIZE $2482.50 FORD OR COST
driving in 54 runs; Haley played at Fort Myers,
Young Jr., at short stop last The Indians were leading bya DISTRICT PRIZE SECOND PRIZE $500 CASH
season, hit eight home runs 4-3 score going into the bottom -
while driving in 58 Art Cottey of the seventh. Here the S500 BOND
served as a relief pitcher last Sreenies! erupted for two runs THIRD PRIZE FOURTH PRIZEFor
year, having a 4 won 2 lost and the victory.
Entrants Residing Outside of City Limitsof
record and the fine ERA of Terry Caudle went the route
1.13 while appearing, in 17 for Venice. of Venice NEW $209.95
games. Next on tap for the Indians ITS COST IN CASH NEW S259.95 DELUXEFrigiclaire
Tonight's opener will be a II a White Sands Conferencegame I 6300 btu/hr. 115-V Room GE.
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High School band under the direction with Sarasota furnishing the I ed, the entrant from this district with the next
of Harry Putt, on handto opposition! highest 1 vote total will be awarded the District Dish Washer AIR CONDITIONER
give the game a festive air. Prise.. No entrant can win two prlies.

for an I
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