Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00192
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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 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00192
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I O. NO. 32 16 PAGES' Serving IIIIIIBER th. Fastest, THE' ASSOCIATED Growing Area PRESS on FleriJ. Wed Coast Osprey Laurel Nokomis, Venice South Venice Venice Gardens. Vendee East Englewood North Port Charlotte


II Youngberg's Final Report 'Blueprint For Proaress' I

W EARL AUMANN the Venice
In By a 18-page final report to Venice Beach Municipal; Civil Defense Airport; Waterworks acted for which he had pilation of an assessment roll lation of 7.500 by 1970 made by Waterworks sinking fund as a 1975

the mayor and the Venice City city drainage, roads streets; The as work coordinator Is well under to cover all work done in the Russell & Axon two years ago reserve, be increased to $1,090 At that time a new analysis
Council, former City Planning and bridges; sanitary sewer way, expansion program. now appears to be too low in per month and placed in an should be made, he said, anda
Youngberg points ont and all
Director Paul A. Youngberg development; State Road Department Revolving Fund the face of present growth and "escrow account and allowedto new 10-year program be outlined -
pipeline work with the
concise analysis of exception Youngberg also reportedthat that the population reach with time deposit interest he
live a (By Pass and bridges of the canal sub- may accrue pointed out.
what has been accomplished ) ; subdivisions and trailer crossing, the city clerk has estab- 7,500 three years earlier than of at least three and one- AIRPORTAnother
md what is still to be done in parks; Water Works; West field stantially and completed; the well lished a "waterline extension anticipated half per cent, over the next important part of
raw water lines
the future Coast Inland Navigation Dis- revolving fund" with $14,000 in When the '7500 population five years. This would amountto Youngberg's report was devoted
Youngberg left the city's employ trict; airport nearly complete; and construe it now and an additional $14' mark is reached it will be the needd $70,000.In to the Venice Municipal
zoning; master tion of the
water treatment
Friday, having resigned street, drainage and utility plant 000 expected In assessments, necessary to increase the treat addition, he recommend. Airport, one phase of which
U city planning director on plans: and recommendationsfor with completion proceeding smoothly well, making a total of $28,000 available ment facilities by adding another ed that the city, beginning In will be the adoption of the
March 24 to accept an executive the future, before expected for any desired future clarifier, aerator and three 1969 start a program of drilling space zoning regulations com-
contract time has
position with a large Georgia WATERWORKS expired waterline extensions. In this filters at an approximate cost three new wells a year, fora piled by the new Joint county-'

development corporation at One of the most Important However much "paperwork" connection, he lists 12 new proposed of $70,000, he said.Recommends period of five years, at an city zoning board,
Atlanta phases of waterlines to provide Increase approximate cost of $12,000 a He also recommended a re-
This final report therefore was the Youngberg'a report remains to be done, water service to practically the To prepare for this added expenditure year. This should give Venice vision of the airport master
current project of which includes the of
eoveri such varied city activities the $566,000 passing entire City of Venice, Youngberg recommended ample water facilities for a plan to show the definite location
expansion and
ordinance for
listed alphabetically as modernization an assessing In the report he points out that the $1,000 per population of 10.000, which is of the Intracoastal Water-
of the
Venice water mains work and the
cornEERY. that the prediction of a popu month now being placed In the predicted will be reached by (Continued on page 2)

Paving Bill Bounces;

May Bounce Right BackA SV Starts Move

I $3,120 paving assessCity Attorney M A Bras- !
I ment bill, returned unpaid well, however, called attention -
U < to the city of Venice by the to a city charter revis
West Coast Inland NavigaIon a few which
years ago
,' .. tion District may be fired allows the city to assess and
a / right back to the canal collect from'governmental For New P.Oo
f I'' jl't:) t
; ."wr1111 board for payment agencies on special assessments .

'W) '( 1\\ i [ : The assessment represents such as streets, water ,L
,/ the WCINDs share of the I lines and sewers

"[1': ifU AAII ,\.I\.II '\1. !h.F L paving costs as an abutting "I s know nent of should no reason the Signatures of 1,000 residentsin will be forwarded to Congressman master J Douglas Arnall
) Ven.alR not be
; property owner on East valid" the area extending from James A Haley for further about the possible establish.
ece Avenue where the canal 1 said Braswell. Venice Gardens through Venice action merit of a branch post office in
: : right of way parallels the tie We could have a nice lit East are being sought by the "I personally think this is a South Venice and was told no
hassle if
: : Seaboard Air Line railroad make something we wanted out to of South Venice Civic Assn. on petitions very good resolution and such action was planned until

\\i. tracks this," commented for a new post office worthy of every consideration," the canal had been cut throughand
one coun.
A letter from Col. George cil member at Tuesday afternoon to serve the South Venice area said Hartley Dermond SVCA U. S. 41 fourlaned
: ] Kumpe, WCIND executive 's informal session A resolution presented to the commissioner of public relations The resolution to Congressman

director, accompanying the And he went on to point out SVCA at the April meeting in presenting it to the Haley cites "that the area
returned tax bill demanded that the city could if the bill Monday night seeks to establish association membership immediately south of the city
relief from payment of the remains unpaid file a lien a South Venice Post Office McNamara Credited of Venice is having a tremendous .
assessment because the caagainst the property and "preferably on U.S. 41 between Dermond went on to identify growth and has great potentials -
nal board is a governmental eventually sell the canal Seminole Road and South Venice Robert McNamara of South for continued growth.
agency right of Blvd where its facilities Venice as the author of the And it goes on to point out
\ way would be easily available resolution. McNamara said he that South Venice with approximately -
The resolution and petitions had talked with Venice Post- 600 homes Is five miles
from the nearest post office,
ii IIIMIIM i f m mimmmt mmm mafm n tmm lummmmimmm i Venice Gardens with 640 homes

BDITH: PUBLISHERS of Osprey'f first Reardon, Osprey 4-H Club leader, as they about four miles and Venice

Hwpa| are Rita Reardon (center) and admire the blue ribbon they won in the 4-H Close Call from Big FireMobile East with over 100 homes and
RiKD 1 Kauffman, shown with Mrs Geneva Club exhibit at the Sarasota County Fair opening up another 60 acres for
development la seven to eight d

homes In the Venice portedly started when :youngsters 1 Park. the blaze The water shortage Also pointed out are the approximately
miot Off The MimeographIOsprey's Bay Trailer Park subdivisionand set fire i to a plastic model I Two trucks met the blaze at forced the trucks to leave the 75 businesses on
wooden frame buildings in car in an attempt to simulatea the mobile home subdivisionand fire scene and make frequent U.S. 41 between the south city
the exclusive Eagle Point winter flaming car crash. lore credited with saving trips to refill the water tanks limits of Venice and Venice
resort almost miraculously One of the first buildings numerous trailer homes. Firefighters As firemen were fighting to East along with the proposed
First Newspaper escaped damage in a fire which threatened was a small frame also were given an as keep the blaze out of the trailer "South 40" courthouse facilityto
raged out of control nearly structure housing the transmit. sist in their efforts to save the park, another blaze apparently be constructed on the triangle
four hours Saturday ter for Venice radio station homes by residents who began started by flying embers btween the EnglewoodRoad

SPREY-A pair of teenage published regularly every two ten by Editor Kauffman So Three area fire departments, WAMR. The fire continued to wetting down their rooftops suddenly flashed up on a and the Tamiami Trailin
i, brimming with enthus- weeks popular was the story that an headed by the Union VolunteerFire move northwest, jumping the with garden hoses wooded strip between the western the South Venice area
:'1Ind an abundance of When the two editors first extra edition was subsequentlyrun Department of Nokomis Seaboard Air Line railroad The firefighting/ was hampered edge of the trailer park The resolution also cites the
imunity spirit, are publish- conceived the Idea of serving off to satisfy the demand. and the Florida Forest Service track and raced to the eastern by the lack of sufficient and the Tamiami Trail. limited parking facilities at the
: Osprey first newspaper- their community by putting outa All of the girls In the 4-H battled the 100-acre blaze edge of the Venice Bay Trailer fresh water with which to fight (Continued on page 2) Venice Post Office.
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a borrowed mimeograph newspaper, a discussion was Club are contributors to the which apparently started in --
>chine held with the leaders and other paper's news columns and the the wooded area just north of
editors and publishers of members of the 4-H Club boys solicit most of the advertising the Florida Power & Light substation $$50,000 Drive

V Osprey 4-H Roundup" Deadlines were worked out and Both boys and girls distribute on the Venice By-Wey, ,,,,,JAwr W1Ill
Karen Kauffman and Rita the decision to go ahead with the paper at five cents Aiding the UVFD and the

anion, both members of the the project was made. Since a copy. Forest Rangers with manpower For Retarded
Prey 4-H Club The paper, then, the presses" have always Format of the paper Is arranged and equipment were regular
the two editors and firemen and volunteers of the
'h the rolled time by
slogan "Your Com- on .
has been done on Venice Fire Department and With a 10 year lease for
sub the printing
i has one
ty The even
Newspaper comes paper I
I 18 In the rountr
hi-monthly I scriber In Nevada n mimeograph borrowed from ; volunteers from the South VenIce -
Church Area Volunteer South 40 now signed, the
the Osprey Baptist Fire Dept.
"t History Popular
edition of the First two editions of The ON. Sufficient money has since The fast-moving fire, fanned Ill Illsta.G.soa.a South County Retarded {'hlld.ren's -
t newspaper Dee was commun'l featured the been raised to make a down by a brisk southeast wind, re- Man. kicked off Its
8 and 4-H Roundup i
prey S50000 building fund drive
Continued on
( page
""T fair time, !:> history of the community, wrlt- Tuesday night by appointing

Demos To Frank Bemm, ways and
Open means committee chairman,

Contestants: In Last Lap to head the drive.
The group has at present

Campaign Office ft.000 and estimates construction
and will

t Of:>f Race For Contest Prizes This SaturdayThe immediately rout Raising approximately of funds, Bemm equipment will said$50 begin,000.

Ronald B. Arone Is build-
air conditioner, As the end of the third and a .+
J contestants into the I a $209,95 G.E. Inc chairman
t 1 lap of The GONDOLIER'go s and an estimated $750 In cash next to last vote period marks South Sarasota County I BOYS STATE WINNERS named Tuesday annual mock legislative session in July at The gold-plated typewriter,

|;00 Subscription Contest onI" commissions. the climax of the contest, the Democratic Headquarters will I night by No-Vel Post 159, American Legion, Tallahassee Alternates (not pictured) are donated by Paul Corkrlll to
of more than 70 entrants, Out of the contestants left In most ambitious, most resourceful i open Saturday at 1 p.m. at 121 are (from left) C. E. Pitts Jr, Ray Joclson, David Bowles and Charles Hodges The delegates the association, was awardedat
half of contestants will put them West Miami Avenue. and Jim Zacharias shown will leave for Tallahassee 5 and
f left to stage the final drive the race, more than I Tom Landgraf July the Tuesday meeting. to
f SUbscriptions and votes that them can't hope to be numbered selves In line to win the prizesby 1 A motorcade of Democratic here with Post Commander Robert Sanborn return July 12. Cooperating with the Legionin Mrs, Donald Stewart of 1730

I"m the $248250 Ford ser among the winners unless 9 p.m. Friday, April 24. candidates will assemble at The four boys all juniors at Venice High the program are the Venice Lions Club and Banyan Drive, Venire Gar
w Its show more activity this End of Vote Offer Ringlmg Shopping Center in School, will represent the Legion post at the the Venice-Nokomis Elks Lodge. dens.Here's .
cost they I
in cash
$500 a
Sarasota at 10 a.m. and pro-
I'Bond than they showed last the end of a
or cost $259.95 week Friday marks
a ceed to Venice with stops at
l (,dame mobile dish washer, week series of prize.winning vote
1 South Gate, Osprey Nokomis How Contestants .
offered to Reported Tuesday
ballots that were Englewood and North Port
of the
stimulate the Charlotte, arriving back in

I A 2nd Air Zone Plan discouraged contestants who and thought had become that Venice Local for candidates the 1 p.m.and opening.their With four prize-winning vote ballots at stake and the third Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr., Englewood 8th.

they were defeated when they wives who will ride in the motorcade and most important vote period of The GONDOLIER's subscription Mrs Margaret Paul, Municipal Trailer Park, Venice 9th
were not.Unlell. Paul contest scheduled to end at 9 p.m. Friday, only 11 Mrs. Robert L Stephens, 731 Cypress, Venice, 10th.
council of are Taylor constable
By SAM DILLON Mayor Brohard told contestants who have of the 21 contestants turned in a $30 club or completed a Thomas E, Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040, Nokomis, 11th.
for district 2 Hubert
1 proPOsal visit to Miami last week : club to the vote credits. Mrs. Viola Wood 342 Mataro Ct. NPC, Venice 12th
by an airport en- a Federal let up show more activity now, Fox of North Port Charlotte, Tuesday get high ,
ring firm for the prepa- consultation with they will be throwing away constable, district 2 Masel If today and tomorrow pass without some speedy action Mrs Mildred M. Pedersen, Rt. 1, Box 230, Venice, 13th
OD of airspace zoning maps Aviation Agency authorities advised prizes that can be won by mak- Huston, county commissioner; and concerted effort on the part of contestants who got a Mrs, R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamiami Tr, Venice, 14th

1 toning ordinance and Brohard said he was the city Ing some more effort before it seeking re-election, and Robert winning start then let up, it will be too late. The same enthusiasm Mrs Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center, Venice, tied for
then FAX officials that that most contestants showed 15th.
proposal for similar by is too late. Becker, Justice of the effort and results
Presented **f Mayor could recover from the federal This is the final opportunityfor Rep. John Hasson and after entering the contest would now make them strong con- Mrs John Kruse Rt 1, Box 552, Venice, tied for 15th
Ylh D. some of the fundsspt'nt and votes can Mrs Maurice Box 357 Nokomis tied for 15th.
Subscriptions Marjorie ,
Brohard were mulled government air- the contestants who slowed Rep Russell Jordan will be In tenders for the biggest prizes. ,
CIty Council Tuesday after on engineering lithe I down after getting a winning the motorcade also. be secured by contestants who will go after them. This is the These four contestants failed to report Tuesday and did
M1ell I! port master plan and airspace start It's the last chance for All registered Democratic! last chance to get In line to win. Where contestants finish now not add to their votes:

Crouch of the J E. toning were, combined. them to show their colors and voters are being notified by Is squarely up to them. Success or failure depends on whatIs Mrs J. A Hlghtower, 829 Riviera, Venice
item Co, Tampa, present- The mayor said he later con- get back Into the running. The the: South Sarasota County done NOW not on what could be done next week or on Mrs. Leona McKibben 311 E. Safford, NPC., Venice
bit!>' firmi proposal which suited with the engineeringfirm and finishing line Is now In sight. Democratic Women Club and what you wish you had done after It Is too late Mrs Kenneth Norwood, Box 235, Nokomis
aid of Clyde E. Williams THEY REPORTED TUESDAY Irene 738 Cypress Venice.
Mrs Shockey
Include an airspace zon- and had If the stakes at the finish are requested to be present at the
map 1 superimposed on an Associates In Miami submit not large enough to fire the enthusiasm opening to Ret acquainted with These contestants made the largest Tuesday vote reportsIn HELP TilE WORKERS WIN
'1al'photograph of the six Invited the firm to a of the most lagging Mr candidates. the order named: The few contestants who are NOW working to win deserve I I

t diameter area covered by proposal to the council contestants they are hopelessly The club will serve sand. Donald S. Bredmg 933 Dawn St., Venice 1st your help and support When you give your aubscrip. ,

"strip toning Cost of the proposal Offered defeated. They become discouraged wlches and refreshments from Mrs Mary Scaglione Box 1616, Venice, 2nd, tion you help them win. You also SAVE YOURSELF some [
(kale, which would Include I The plan offered by the Williams and defeated them 1[ to 3 pm Hostesses will be Mrs, A. C Traver, 204 Bayshore Circle, Venice, 3rd. money When you refuse to give subscriptions for any reason, I

j"m. ordinance) to be pass I firm at an estimatedcost selves at the time when they Mesdames J. Leighton Corn- Mrs. James E, Blades Box 738 Nokomis, 4th. it makes It hard for contestants to make much more progress.

hN1 J the city, was quoted at of $1.500 Includes redraft should have been making more well, Madeleine Porter, Mar. Mrs Ralph M. /drlan, 1105 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, 5th. With little more than one week to go, the contestant" who try I I
updating the master 6th. can win. Those who concede. defeat now can t hope for sue j'
I Ing and .1t..r* tl o wHn taret Matthews George Gibbs Mrs Dorothy Thompson, Box 703 Nokomis,
'1*aM> the close of the Tues plan preparation of an 2)) ap- (Continued on page 2) ,Jr, and Mist Slain Jtcnpa*. Mrs Folly Taylor Rt. I, Albee Rd, Nokomis, 7th, cess"Aa"
afternoon Informal esaion. CooUOue4 .a page


I Youngberg Report Blueprint For ProgressContinued : Mrs. MRS.Obituaries Hazel HAZEL Rea REA of River

Blvd., Nokomis East died

( from page 1)) dredging out the channel under not Intended to take such heavy merit heads at least once a Monday at the home of her son,

way and the proposed Casper-I the wooden dock.Stopgap abuse month. Stanley Rutherford in Gen-

Ben access road a continua Paving VENICE BEACH eseo N. Y,
tion of Harbor Drive Noting that funds for permanent Although the rehabilitation e Requirement from each of department a monthlyreport She was the sister of Mrs. 9 .

the U.S. will be extremely Henry O. Mertz of Nokomis
Right-of-way along paving of> the Venice Beach has been head as to what he feels are
Coast Guard property must be limited from now on, radically completed. Youn,. the objectives and policies of East and is survived by hereon

secured for this road as well Youngberg recommended that erg's> report recommends the his department and what suggestions three sisters and four

as to prepare engineering the program of temporary paying surfacing and space lining of he has for the betterment I brother :
plans which must be approvedby be continued as a stop-gap the north parking Ijt; the completion of his department Funeral services and burial
the Federal Aviation Agen.cy. method of providing surfaced of south parking facilities will be at her native home r

The WCIND is to bear the streets while securing funds ; and the hiring of a competent Huntsville Ohio tomorrow _' _

coat of construction for permanent improvements I life guard.TRAILER CONTEST Mrs. Bea cam here alx I M !wi
Erosion Control He added that results from PARKS years ago from Orlando upon

His report also calls for these temporary streets have Under the heading "Trailer (Continued from page 1))) her retirement from nU"'in"1" I x 1 _
beach erosion control in Lake been better than anticipatedand Parka" Youngberg notes that She had been at 8 Y

Venice Golf Club area for protection have materially reduced the annexation zoning and lay. Aa the contest nears the climax morlal Hospital there for H _

\ of the new road; acquisition maintenance expenditures out of Frank Walther's "Colon. more and more public years A graduate nurse, she w'a

and Installation of a Ian Mobile Homes" have been interest Is being shown. was trained at Christ Hospital,

radio beacon; and complete STORM DRAINAGE approved and that construction who Cincinnati fir
Many people gave one >
Youngberg said no drainage She was a member of VenkeNokomis -
study and adoption of a definite 1. now nearly completed. year subscriptions when the
policy on lease requirementsand projects were underway at Methodist Church.
Although the zoning contest started are extending
rental fees at the airport. present but recommended that and preliminary layout for their time to take advantage of
each year one block of the MRS. FLORENCE E. PHELAN:
Country Club Estates Mobile
SANITARY SEWER the savings on a three year Mrse. Florence E. Phelan
Madrid Avenue storm sewer be
Home Park have been completed $14.00 subscription and to help
After reminding city officials completed and that the north 88, of 31 Sea Fox Road South
and approved no construction the contestants who now (GoTidolln vhoto! .by
2j cf the repairs needed to be end of the Nassau Street storm are Venice, died Wednesday at her n" Otaidnt"' ,
has he added vlcted Michigan man whom
started to he
as yet awarded
making an effort to number CERTIFICATE OF MERIT was believed to be
made in the city sanitary sewer sewer be extended as shown themselves the win- home. at night'smeeting innocent. The citation is awarded to
among Constable Jack Knuckles Monday Knuckle.
She born In Fall River
system during the next year on city master drainage plan. was
CIVIL DEFENSE (right) by Gerald Arenberg
ners. Mass. and here from of the Optimist Club of Roberta Bay director of the I
the Youngberg report recom Consideration should also be came
Youngberg also remindedthe Knuckles National Police Institute as Manuel
small who behind that city In 1980. She a by the National Police Officers Roy a
mends the construction of 22,- given to installing a Many contestant are was
city officials a new Civil received the citation for his successful efforts the Optimist Club looks on.
00 feet of new sewer lines at storm sewer from Harbor Defense director must be have many friends who member of Catholic Church of
en estimated cost of $123,000 Drive storm sewer! west on Verona and recommends someone appointed will help put them "over the the Epiphany. covering IS years in helping free a con-
It also points out that the present Street as far as grade In the city's employ be top." But they must start out Survivors include four sons WEATHER
sewer plant will will have will allow towards or to Ve pointed. He also recommends now to make up what they Elmer L. Phelan of South Venice

to be expanded in six or seven rona-Ravenna intersection, he hat consideration be to ban lost. with whom she lived, Law Lot Clearing His High Low E.

years by the addition of another said. turning the CD Emergency given Contestants who do not make rence T Phelan of Berwln, April 15 83 68 ,
April 16 87
Pa. Francis Phelan of Cambridge tt ,
primary settling tank a A storm sewer in Live Oak -
Hospital now stored at the airport any further effort to win will
April 88
trickling filter and a final settling Alley, Block 223 is also recommended Mass., and Gilbert 60 .
to the County CD, for storage not only be disappointed themselves April 78 85 5J _
Phelan of Mass
tank and should follow installation Randolph ;
representing an expenditure
and maintenance.In .
bet will disappoint April 19 88 M _
and 18 grandchildren
of an additional of sanitary sewer in
closing Youngberg their friends who them Headache'I
recommended helped 20 87
will 'Big 10
$123,000. that block, the report states. Recitation of the rosary
that several recommendations get a winning start. April 21 87 61EDMASOtl_
To finance these expansions, Ditching Cited made in his February be raid today at 7:30: p.m. by

he recommends the city council Under the heading of drainage 1983 report be reconsidered This Is no time for contest The Rt. Rev. Msgr. George
Smith said his organizationhad
ants to that there Cummings at Rawles Funeral biggest was
should pans a utility tax ordinance it is say are no
recommended a complete and These Included
which would allow the ditch adopted. more subscriptions available. Home Chapel! Mass will be I the way Jacob (Jack) Mills described recently authorized I Its I
cleaning program
: The ones who think that there celebrated Monday morning at Sarasota County's controversial committee on roads to conducta
city to tax all utilities up to 10 should be started in the near e Preparation and adoptionof
per cent maximum. Then by. future. Consideration should also are no more subscriptions to St. William's Church in Fall lot-clearing act to survey of corner lots on
> an organization chart defin-
River Interment In St. Patrick' members of the South Venice which the growth created a
get and make no effort to find
resolution, apply the tax to the be given to piping in the lag the lines of responsibility I
Florida Power &: Light Co., and following open ditches: of> city employeso out can't hope to make further Cemetery Fall River.MRS.'AEHELENSOI I Civic Alan. Monday night. traffic hazard.Corner Lots

the General Telephone Co at e East: side of Cherry StreetIn Development of a proper progress SKY I Mills, SVCA commissioner of

the rate of five per cent. It is East Gate. personnel program which will Under the extension or second Mrs Mae Helen Solnsky. 88, legal and property records declared And he went on to report

estimated this would produce'I e South side of East Venice encourage self Improvementand payment plan nearly of 113 Cocoa Lane Venice Gar. he has received "many that the committee had turned

roughly $30,000 per year. Avenue from Live Oak east to Increased efficiency of city everybody is a prospect for dens, died Monday at Venice letters from northern residents In some 100 corners for clear.

ROADS AND BRIDGES Country Club and east to 36- employee, which will in turn subscriptions until the contest Hospital end many phone calls from 10- ing. He said the list was then

Inch culvert under Venice Avenue allow them more compensation ends May 2. Therefore contestants She was born in Toledo 'e.l residents" complainingabout turned over to the county for

Under the heading roads a. a reward for their extra ef- who make an effort Ohio and came here five years the new law enacted dur- action and apparently had been

streets, bridges, the report e North aide of Corso be- forts. Such a program should can't fall to make some pro ago from Parma Ohio. log the 1963 session of the Floe turned over to the processing

notes the first paving course on twen Cockrtll Street from the Include regulations covering Mrs. Somsky was a memberof ida Legislature.Earl agent for lot clearing in the I e
East Venice Avenue is now Municipal Trailer Park south minimum and maximum ress.Under South County I
wage Catholic Church of the of the
complete from Venice the vote ballot offer Smith president
to Corso. scales for all classifications of Smith further explained that'
and Guild.
to Cherry St. The base work that will end at t p m. Friday Epiphany Epiphany East Side (South Venice) Improvement -
In his report Youngberg work, basis! of promotion, vaca- who Survivors include her hus- Assn volunteered Instead af merely clearing thehazardous
needed from April 24, contestants put ,
Cherry Street to
Intersection with Venice Farm recommends continuing the ions, sick leaves etc., he forth extra effort Can: become band, Raymond; a son, Edward Ms help in clearing up the rashof corner, the countyapparently I I I
master street drainage and pointed out.Information. R. SoinskI of Stroncsville) phone calls and letters had notified the
Road cannot be completed until utility plans for the entire city o and leaders.. clear "
COIJI'dlne.tion Ohio, and a brother, Roman property owners to the '
10-Inch water main hook-up These plans, 28 of which have meetings! between depart- There is enough time left for Mieclerek of Toledo.A entire lots where they were 'WiHl; : ;
at Intersection of
Venice been well started, will give a contestants who are behind to recitation of the rosary within 200 feet of dwellings. FlOKIPAfUlUCUTILmtS
and Cherry Street, Hospital Report
he complete, coordinated numbered was said Mondav night at Far- Mills noted that the processng COMMISSION
said. NEWSPAPERContinued top the list and become leaders
and cross-referenced set of ley Funeral Home Chapel.l.I ADMISSIONS agent for the lot clearing:
When base work is completed plans showing location size This is the week to do It. Funeral services and Inter- April lit Rotwrt evekiw. tirlmal, |
lives in Englewoodand l Low Oroduqt end Fame
( from 1)) I Emma Wdch VmlMl LrmlM Wtteur program *
it is recommended to give and type of each city owned pale Next week may be too late. I ment will be in Toledo today. bulk V contract to Wynn-Warren to utility street and drainage facility payment on a new mlmeo H. Whale Sr, V...lt.| Rar.morid >
machine for
I apply finishing coat of ...phal.tic in Venice. It should proveof for the club and the girls / .LjklM.Dar.....Mofcomlil. G. B.rk.hlr DMial.. E xhnaV.nrat )...1a- clearing U. S. Altonwy
concrete Immeasurable value In future are contemplating the creationof ...... RoUrt' R. ...... Nokomtol' Bur One SVCA member queried
When curbs and base workon years he declared. I I Zone PlanContinued 1 Girl IWrk.hlr., EnclrwoML the status of county easements 24 Yon of Law an.1Progreulvt
a job department for additional April 161 Clara MfShaaot. Nor* Port under the lot-clearing Public lain
Serata Sovrano and Nassua Weight Limits funds. rh.rieut. Ducar KIM. V..loo, Jags program
S Streets are completed it is rec- After noting the various I R..d........ VMleal, Mare Pun, ".... citing a case where lots on both
ex- Osprey business firms have met. "" .,.. D. Gn'. "oot lb...IRrIsN I sides of a 30-foot easement had Cited for Fair and
ommended that the contract chances with the WCIND and been faithful to the Roundup (Continued from page 1) ministration. Rope. VMk.1' Ronda Mnehell *

I for paving with asphal concrete the State Road Department with some having set up regular proach plan suitable for toning City Expands Holding Vonleo'1.k.lI.' .5.VMlea. N. Meerla V.nlo.i, been! ordered cleared while the Impartial Rtgulatian
Carolyn remained ,
growth the
also be awarded Wynn. Youngberg strongly recommended advertising! schedules. under FAA requirementsand With the addition of the new- April ITl BahT HOT Nffk.ll V.nlr.1, on coun Cnolrmo\ ..
Warren at 80 cents per square the limiting of vehicular Blue Ribbon Winner two visits to Venice to confer : ly acquired 2S-acre parcel, the Arlw Merit, Plafldai' flan .Dp'1'1Y.nln1 Wlnl-... ty-owned strip I Now Serving n *
LM L. Peru Otpnri of Florida Public Utility
>ard weights: of trucks, etc., The project won a blue ribbon with city officials. city now owns a total of more reed! e..e.". Plamora.April ,
The Tarpon Center Bridge Is hauling in connection with construction at the Sarasota County than 8,000 feet of Gulf beach .Hi Non, ALLENConvalescent Commission
Brohard said he advised .
was Blanrh Pneles.di l
lit End
April I
completed he sold, with exception of bridges the Venice Fair and It la believed the by the firm the project front at the airport Mra Willi.! Ch.sIn En.'.......' JdnF..la ,

of removing two wood By-Pass, and dredging the Roundup 1s the only newspaper would require 30 to 45 days to A request from Arthur H. V.nlsl, 110.Cooo....,. Pr. and

pilings on the south side of the canal along the C-l Route currently being! published by a complete. Crouch said his firm Payson of Tarpon Center for eldaAnrll !tit Gary Duoonto. V..,.., Nursing Home ,.

bridge asphaltic concrete surfacing over city streets to insure 4-H Club anywhere in the state could complete the werk in fiveto permission! to construct a seawall ft.r.h N.,.... Vonl.*l William Bocklw Maliirrr -, 24 Hour HUrling Service
fnilt rooj Miry I.
on approaches and i against failure of pavements Karen. 16, is the daughter of six weeks.Councilman. along an extension of the Vmk.l| Slanter W. Packard. YMk.I Phone Venice 48(271)2)
d p- .. I Mr and Mrs. George Kauff. existing bulkhead line was Ralph fomban. BniWwoodl" J.... M.Burn. tar pOlla DS LION ,V.:
-- --- -- Talelle .
Ralph Anderson ., r. Cook VanloalMary
man of Osprey. She is president a member with CouncilmanDr heard by the council Tuesday. J"V.'tnt.ku l ,, Crises Vcnlott Howard Johnon __
of the Osprey 4-H Club Payson was advised to submithis Vtfflrtl Marl. 1. eh... Enilfwood" I IK
IT'S A HONEY! John R. Hogan on the new .lda Sphwlnd 0.._, C... M. Norton
and vice president of the Sarasota ly created city-county airport I petition In writing for act- V..I.., Mirth P. Tams, Koka.mill GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
County 4-H Club. Karen Ion at the next regular meet- Jack Unhart, V..I.,1I.ohor\! | pa.April dA.
toning board said he would .
WATERFRONT LOT maintains a B" at In*. Noes .1.
average present both plans to board III Carrl. It Niton, rloknmltlC {
Cardinal Mooney High SchoolIn Council aim discussed a letter H. ArOuir, NokomUi. John AUIIa,

,100 t 300 on Inter oaste'' wide bay Sarasota, where she is a chairman of Dick Sarasota-Bradenton Wolfe manager from Harry D. Rhodes, Chula V.Mni. Kottnrltk Myron. ,.>Nokimfel'_nfela.',Anna Nokomlii Sablln -I Member Chamber of Commerce

beautiful view. 12 to IS bearing citrus S9SOO 00 sophomore. Airport for consideration. president of the East Gate Nnkomltl. Katlir Doa...., V....a| DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
trees Must to Foil ScheduleIn Property Owners Assn, citing Row Mom Vmlc
see appreciate.GULF and Air Conditioning
"If this plan will meet the tllRCHARCBS Heating
4-H work for the pest four the "deplorable condition of
April 111, H.l.. Olmilni.! Yonlol. ,
REALTY years Karen also Is a memberof requirements and save the city the colored quarters" and the EIe! ]. Armour, Nokomi.1 Ki,,.aa "'hmo. Heating & Air Conditioning f InstallatIons
a the Epiphany Church Catholic money I'm all for it," Anderson use 6f the sidewalks In frontof Vault i DornOir, Browa, Nnkomli: Hoi-
commented.The II. Cahlll Enilrwooli Robin CaedlaYMIn Gas Ranges Water Heaters
Youth Organltatlon the quarter to solicit work.
(CYO) HaroM Hirptr (nplnrf'). Vatic
PH. 488-4738 216 S. TRAIL, VENICE at Venice and a Candy Striperat council convened officially Council said it would look into *I Ermt How.II .. ,; Ramll. Free Estimates -

"""' -......"" ..- -III Venice Hospital She has accumulated for a brief waiver of notice the installation of park benches J.nklna,, Jowh Nokomlil' Wllaraon, rUrwx,
42 ribbons at county meeting Tuesday afternoon to along the sidewalk.A "''10. 263 So. Trail, Venice Ph. 483-2271
.. ..
fair 4-H exhibits and is interested authorize the signing of a deed request from tv( countyfor Robort April Kin Hi. "Mokomto Gaarn I r.CI.. .M.Sn.ru vest ,,

WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. in math and physical with the federal governmentfor additional right of way on Venial! Cl.mir.i. ai..... LwNl.I Enuat

RAMBLER DODGE education. Sewing, sailing, 1,010 additional feet of airport airport property presently W.II.April,..let., Venlu.Cnli Bauar, felkrwoo. '|

715 S. T.miami Trail 488.3965-481-6150 swimming, tennis and skatingare beach acquired recently leased to the Ringllng!! circus Bernard BI. o., "'....,.., J an Haw
Karen's favorite hobbles.Coeditor from the General Services Ad- also! was discussed briefly hln. Knarl, Cap
SPECIALIST IN. Haut Alta ken, Enil..ood| Donor
ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT daughter of Rita Mr. IS and, If Mrs.the Kiss April, VMI i"h..r: : :: BorluMra Kinkoni,, Vraloa.Entlowoodg e4d4AIR

Brake B.br GI.Iohl.... Eathmood' :
Repair Lubricate Chassis frank Reardon of Osprey. She I Robort Purklor, Enilnroodi Gcrtnid
Front End Alignment Oil Change. Is secretary-treasurer of theOsprey Big Fire Gllilon Vmfooi, p.,., PanM.. Note

Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight. Bane 4-H Club a County Manr. Vtnlrol bo.f.-Tarlor.. GaomPraaon. MaaonUi

Wheel Balancing Electrical' Council 4-H delegate and Ir.... Wlekmhauxr.. Vmlra.April .
Repair song
I ..... .
1t.on.ed Vonfea
from :
1) members of
( ) fire department
leader pate any
Engine Overhaul Any Automatic( or Standard the county 4-H club. Warn Gran Port' My n| PrtielllaMono .
Radio Repairs Tranimiitton A ninth grader at Venice Fed by the dense brush and but who realized the danger I Enilnood. Carorra" Nlekill.Vanlm .
Repair the the and Ma Bolnilcr" (aplnd). V......
rust wind fire jumped began doing whatever .
I Junior High School Rita also I April SOt Wllll (.....In, .......... ,
Aireofiditioninrj Repair and Installation has been In 4-H work for four the Trail just as though it they could to stop the rampaging ('.....1_ Males. .rVntk. V..tlo.| Mil
years. and has 20 ribbonsIn was a small pathway and st blaze. .....h.U. Sootit V....*.
won ..
April all Goawar. PlaeldalWilliam '
county fair competition. the Eagle Point area ablaze. Traffic on U. S. 41 in the vicinity : ..= I.iirrl I Robrrl Lap,
Science and history are her Eagle Point winter resort has of Eagle Point met with Nokonkil Rarnoad Uklaa. KokoailaiUuln ,

favorite subjects and her hobbles In its center a group of wood- thick smoke requiring the use Wihiur, Vtnloa

I ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION including raising pet rabbits frame cottages and a Isrge of their headlights and a Flor. If you had to look up 'uneducable -

il I art, swimming and read. dining hall surrounded on all Ida Highway Patrol trooper to find out how to

log sides by a screen of Isrge pines stationed himself on the curveto pronounce It and what it CONDI

Ir : I MAINTENANCE The Osprey 4-H Club was organized and other trees. keep traffic moving and to meant would it mean that you
In the Trail the fire
four years ago by Mrs. Jumping assist fire trucks In and out. were made of inferior stuff
Geneva Reardon who has also presented a threat to the

I LIGHTING SUPPLIES since worked untiringly in her Harbor Lights mobile home

efforts toward the club. Assisting park which la separated from

ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. Mrs. Reardon is Mrs. Eagle Point only by a narrow g f gll laQ26S caJcn

I I Edith LaGssse. The newly organized tidewater channel. Several
4H Club Harbor Lights resident whose
for is
,I I Bate & Cockrill Streets Phone 488.6794 under the leadership of boys Vernon trailer. are l located on or near Nokemia Ave. Venice whole house

'1 Bass the bank of the canal also took your
I. -,
precaution against flying 1

parks by wetting down their
r Store Alto Located In roofs with garden hoses. -
TIRES I with
BRADENTON and FORT MYERS Flreflghting units were shuttled r irtemp

r t Get More Mileage. NEW MOHAWKS from one area to another 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 481-2291

H i: Cut Tire Costs. : USED GUARANTEED TIRES.' ALL RETREADS SIZES $69S the as they use on of were radio the needed scene contact.Included through Equipment IN CHRIST JESUS (Rom. 8:12): ) for less 'than the

} AS LOW AS .. .... ... .. 114 three units of the Nokomis department Unique in the Old Testament we the fact that Jeremiahhad

6""l Cet t two from Venice, an insight Into the essence of true religion.; The fact cost of room units
from South Venice and
RADIATORS t tF this was unique in the Old Testament ti one of the dominant
three units of the Forest Ser-
notes of the New Testament Life "in Chriit" was anticipated
REPAIRED FLUSHED vice.An untold number of men by Jeremiah. Paul diteuite this life "in Chriit In

NEW REBUILT USED battled the blare, Including a the 8th. chapter of Roman In an earlier chapter of AIRITE ENGINEERING INC.

i NOWI number of persons who are not Roman, Paul stresses the truth that salvation is by faith.In .

i Budget Terms r the 8th chapter he tell of the freedom of the parson

: who has been (justified by faith. Heating Air Conditioning

VENICE TIRE & RADIATOR ;. "MR. MUSIC" 0., Service An Available To All Regardless/
? r j Sales Service Engineering
$ For S Year* Tuesday t Wednesday Night of Finontiol; / C/resmrfonce/ 4882J11PAGE

313 TAMPA AVE,VENICE. FLA. BEHIND THEATRE .1 Myakka Lounge Llama, ki ladies u4 ftorlaa 500 Base Ave.. Venice Ph.

Phone 488.1259 In the "Towerled Garaqa I

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\ APRIL 23, 1964

1 -

I NPC/ Club Notes Cancer Crusade Bridge Scores I Nokomis Nettings I

-LI I A A r TT
Rrldn ftmttf, April 11 Hi, I ,... JL n

Mr*. Angela Ave. wa Thomson* named of the 251 ed Wednesday Shuffleboard at League on Adds New NamesTo t-Artm.-NOHTH-HOUTH Mn. B.sad N Mn.Gold B.ft.C.III'u"t'.t.1M.. By MARY ALICE MURRAY north side of Mt. Mansfield- in UUt I STORE
.t.ffM p.m. at the .
101.IM. the Presidential
... range.
in the civic .ocleiOn' Community ... Dr. and Mrs. Earle Baxterof
Center. I.
winner The cou. W. IIlmball: w4 N. anln visited
The withAl
last time
.. we
contest at lastrjdit' 1II..ft.K. .
\ emblem pies include: .... ,.. ... River Boulevard Nokomis Alice r
meeting at the Com. \ -- S. '" >n4 Alor r.l. and they took us on
1. Elizabeth Worker ListWith East have on their
and Edward EA8T.WIGHT gone yearly
the most beautiful scenic ride
"Llty Center. The prize w.aI Eaton 1-1--11I.. Harry LftwrwM ana La* trip this time to Los Angeles .
125 XT S. savings bond and 2. Helen and Gus McMahon. the 1964 Cru ad 1_Eton...... Clan 101.Mn. Cohn. aa ..... L V. by jet to visit with their up around through back Dixville thru Lancaster.Notch and
of the
( d
emblem .
will beLl
{ .winning 3. Kelly PI"ma. Joe. son Tom and family for 10
and John Caugh- American Cancer ...
of the Society here MM B rn> end .. L Scene you can never forget no
: on the cover new man underway for half ..looeIol..... 5Mr. day. How wonderful the travel matter what time of
month, you
liy; directory to be available 4. Georgia and Jim Kelly the names of still more a vOlun. {-niioii.. i., M.H. Morrto and Oat VliMml these days to be able to visit there.

i.\ May. All paid-up member (dropped out) tears were announced by Mr. 1Iri... ....*. April. llth. TiM r... spend the whole nine days with Their nephew and nelce, the
of the association will receive 5. Mary and Peter Buck. Chares] McO. Roberts, south 1-Inllli.... ,F 11.1Mr. N.. lIulh... u4 II... t. 0. tho family, going out by dayIn Don Huntington, brought them
directory free of charge, oth- thorpe. Sarasota County rea. ...4 Mrs W. U bldm, IT.A.ril a few hours and coming over from Bradenton ao we, en-
elf may purchase them from 8. Florette and Tony Bori- Mrs. Robert pointed out SOdn NORTH-80UTH RtdN. 141k HM >... back at night so they do not Joyed the visit with all four of d

the sssociation.Th i ello. that the tremendous growth of I-<,..L In 1f.1oon a54 Mona 11<_. spend any of the planned vacation them. ,
Civic Association and theJen' 7. Elizabeth and Pete Nuet. the area from Osprey through f.... 10. away from the family. --
'- *. I. R. N.rth .d Ma. I. i. )
Club have been Their friends of
Garden 8. years' standing
Irene and Wendell Englewood, the
Kenyon. area of which N.hn n.
A matter on which I have
working together on a program 9. Mona and Charles Mac. she is chairman, ha* made it I-II. O..r 05wrhea 11..4 0.... L the John Foleya took themto
meant to write for the
beautification for the city H. NIIkr 78 the airport. We all hope the
of Caffray. necessary to secure and
more EAST.1IlnIIII. :
several week is lack of
Carl Meyer president 10 ... .. weather there i I. a* glorious as my
and Mr. Hazel and Gus Nleatoeck- more volunteers each KldwHMW and N. K.
civic .. announced el. year. r>...., 10.5Mm. it ia here, and that they will return finding women members of the We Will Meet Or Beat
of the firstsof AMlatlnj Mrs. Lillian Wil .nil Mn. M. C. sue. 1S /. armed services of WWI. Are
that the sev- 11. Anna and Bill Fredricks llama in South Venice are Mr. l-Mra..... Jun. 0. Kite >n4 M. Stowli well and refreshed there no yoemen (female) of
oral! concrete benches has been I (spare). and Mrs John Walsh, Mrs. w' _..-. na April II... 1 t.. --o- the USNRF In the* parts. I
cut and will be placed et bus Team No. g J II in first place Arthur White Mrs. Lawrence HORTH-aOUTH, .. The Rudolph Murray had a would love to find a few and
and other area where Seizer and l-Mra N. 00.14 sad Mrs I. J. All PricesJust
standing in Mrs.
sops the League and Joseph Austin. NMlon, 117. lovely visit with their friends renew old time
nt@led. they have one more lame to Mrs. William J. Taylor, captainfor l-Mra Cirur Huriw m4 Cm. from the north before their re I know it doe sort of DATEus
ofl the Civic Association meetsthe go on Wednesday, May 29. Harbor Light Mobile Sites, I-OoL U H.VlnMt Mlllrr,Dim 1I1M.. and Dr. L F.Wlfcra turn to the cold country. Theyare girls, but by now it probably
lit fourth Wednesday evening The Women' Shuffle League has announced! additional volunteera 111. the Allan Huntington of show anyway I There bring In the page from your local paperIn
let of each month. The next meetIng play each Thursday at 1 p.m. including<< Mrs. An. 4-V.111FAirwnr.a:. Kill >n4 BUTT RriMr. Fair' Lane Acres, Bradenton, were very few all over the U.S. which the advertisement and will
scheduled for May 27. at the drew Medland, Mrs. Chester appears we
: is Center. Danville N. H., and Randolph, but quite a few do still live on
beCI Southwick, Mr. Emma Tarn- t-Mra. K. r. 11'11_ ..d .... 1. L. N. H. which i meet beat current identical
-0- Cornw.lU Ito'.. truly up north. in the Boston area. Are none or any price on any
Mr. Frank Rodman, commander ung, Mrs. Jack Gannon, Mr. I-M.. Elaa Mvl5e and iii... T. 8. The camp in Randolph la ina of them down here for their retirement item!
Ray Christensen and Mrs. Lan akh.rdan. 11114.0Nra truly beautiful spot. A fout If
of WWI Veterans, Bar. years so, please
NPC Loulo I. Usti.
PersonalsMrs. and Nn. aatb
2743, in North Port Char- ry Rosenthal.In ....... II'11' %. flowing brook beside it in the get In touch with me by calling
sake ...... .
Venice Mrs. Burnam '- e. Roar and A. .
r.l. midst of birch: trees. Just likea 488-5349 P. 0.
or writing Box
87e SIZE
announced Mr. Albert ...
lotto, Jones atd4. A.rli IOU, 1 .
Clara McShanog fell at captain, has announced
NORTH.MHJTR1Mrs picture postcard all on the 271, Nokomis, Fla.
IIa Coll who resides at 323 Pon- her home this week and suffer the following volunteers: Mr. W. (..* .... Mn. W.L.nlw :
hoc Lane, will be the service ed a broken hip. She was first Ethel Bickel, Mrs Rose Dlab, 15.5T. SQL HEPATICA 57t w
for the veterans In this N Rh .... 0.. I. I.
officer taken Mrs. Ruth Smith .
to the Venice Hospitaland Mrs. C. E. Bitillh.H.rrj. .
area and having served for then transferred to the Schurr, Mrs. Guy Halladay, R.IKIOT u4 I. K. Bill M.KASTWBST 5' tJL

".arsln this capacity, is quaIl. Sarasota Hospital where she Mrs N. Irwin Yerkes and Mr. t-Mra. Per Oho, ..4 tart Jr..... Vte SIZE
bed to help vets end their will be for several weeks. All Walter Kelsey Another worker t"t. .
make out their claims x-o..d Mn.Orrl *> i'a *a mmfi mKmmmrammmmmBH *i mm
wish| In Venice I.1 Mrs.
her friends are pulling for her' Byron Graf. ...
properly There Is no charge Markle while, Mr. Dixie Barth l-Mra, Curt M.rUM USTERINE. 6U
and hope she will be back H4 Mm W.
...,.... .
for this service and you may home aeon. has the County Club Estates .'I.(' contact him by phone 426.1661. ....0- IT'" 7,5 ....
-0- area.Mrs.. W. L. Robertson I. captain NORTH-80UTK $1.'"? SIZE LIQUIDMAALOX
Lee Oldham Is recuper. 1-Mr. and Mrs CoMi 180.Mr.
ting at her home for North Casey Key and I- Mrs. Dorothy Schueler. president on East Safe Mrs. George< Grassle is South ft F WIlMx sad M. InNfihon. FRIDAY SATURDAY
of the Republican Club In ford Terrace after spending a 141 W. 87(
Casey Key Captain. Her .... .
4-Mn. C.rbr lUrrlmi dm.U
week In the St. Joseph BEEF .
North Port Charlotte and Mrs. Include Mr. Merthyna R. Milter. KtHi.EABTW1UIT /.
Marie North president of the In Port Charlotte. Thomas: Mrs. O. C. Lear, Mrs -Mr. u4 Mn. W.ltw, (.Idm. 1T4.t STEW SAUTE I FRIED STEAK
Charlotte County Republican -.0- Dale Johnson, Mrs. Gerald !t. -MlM. LMT Jouramr sad III... JM.. $1.00 SIZE
Club left' Thursday morningfor Mr. Albert Knight is still In Klyn, Mrs. Russell Tilt Mr. O. 11.1-: 11..
1-11I... C. 5. _",ant sad )I. L ,... 82c 82c 82c RIGHT GUARDDEOD.
St. Augustine where they the Venice Hospital and say Florence Baldwin and Mr. filLLETTE 56
will attend the spring conference he hopes to be back home on Paul H. Maurer. Mrs. Marvin e-Ad..u.n .... B. C. H_..144. .
of the Florida Federation Pontiac Lane soon Turner la the captain for Osprey l-Mra.BrMx J.Indta H. Morrk Ar.rO an'lath pets I VliMmtDlim > a. Dinner 99c
of Republican Women. and her workers Include 1 ILI Ccmplete Sunday
-.0- 6. 490 SIZE ,
Mra u4
A. lUthtwv Mn.a
Mr*. Schueler announces a Mrs. Mrs. Paul Moulton and Mrs O. Oard_. 5u.5G. '. .
Murray MacKay of
Coffee at her home 301 East Kitty Webster Co-captains for -. I. H. MRtor ..4 Nona5cha.nf.ld .
Bumford Avenue returned n. --- HAIRDRESSING .
Safford Terrace on Thursday, home this week after attending Trailer Acre and Florida SCORE 41 (
April 30 from 10 arm till 2 the Pine Trailer Park: are Mrs. a
three day convention of
pm. and all Interested residents I. George Kaup and Mrs. L. V.
the Florida
of North Port are invited Department Daughter Norton, representing the auxiliary $2.00 SIZETONI
to attend and meet with their of Union Veterans of the of No-Vel Post No. 159, LAST
Civil War in Tampa Mrs. Mae-
Republican candidates so they American Legion.Grouner g HOME
Kay ia a past state presidentof $1.16FULL
will be better Informed when the Massachusetts Depart- PERM.
\they go to the polls to vote on Snooper .
ment. At the meeting in Tarn
May5 pa she served a* the installing LENGTH
guide for the national president Film Is SlatedThe 3

... Ten teams and one spare are Mrs. Isabelle Smith of Venice Grouper Snooper
having a lot of fun competing Ottumwa. Iowa who, was Scuba Diving Club will show \UTO MAT S1.99
to the Civic Association Mix. Ing her first visit to mak-I an Air Force film Friday night .

at 7-30: at the Sarasota Federal DAYSITEMS
Savings & Loan communityroom. 3e VALUE

The title of the film I I.
' "Scuba a New" Dimension in WHISK BROOMS 29t .
Rescue. The twenty minute BELOW COST FOR CLEARANCE
film deals with the tralnln of
L1Len AND Navy' Parareacue Scuba Direr $1.00 SIZE

.... C.a. at the Kev West Underwater IIl\IlIIulI"\ \\\ =S I
.. a School. Salient features BIG\
N51ae r.4. from the Navy* course are be. TUSSEYDEOD. 50(
.. Ing incorporated Into the :::::;
Grouper Snooper Divine; Coursewhich .
Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOPSpeclarflf will be own to the public LUCKY SIZE GROUP BOTTLE OF 60

In the near future. AH Scuba .
I i h Arch S.ppor* ei Orthopedic Shoes Divers and potential Scuba 70 SPORT COATS 1 THERAGRANS $3.75

251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE Divers are invited to view the ,
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Odds and ends of this and is being entertained extensively
t that today some thing. that while the housegueat of Mrs.
Others She will be here
A are not quite news but too goodto Frank Burton
keep until Tuesday
Are Chosen -0- -0-
For Instance, The John Mr, and Mrs Earle Kilton of
Davisos, who went with the Bayshore Drive celebratedtheir
I. As Officers r VHS chorus to Daytona Beachon forty-seventh wedding an. i
the weekend to pick up a niversary at a dinner party at
Mrs. Kenneth Norwood local superior in competitions were the John Bennetts in Braden
Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary driving the wagon which carried ton last week. Congratulationsto
8118 secretary and past .ilea aU the baggage while the them,
M president, was named to head ;fi st = e youngsters and chaperoneswent -
v's ,.
: .v Back from St. Augustine area
the District 10 VFW Auxiliaryfor In another bus The baggage
1964.65 at the yearly elec- 0.t i 4r e,1 J car broke down at Lake group of ardent Republican
tions Sunday at Fort Myers. t Alfred and when the chorus women some of them taking
\' went on stage at 4 p.m. for along their husbands for the
She and other officers
will assume their duties at the .. their appearance they were Republican Women's state conference I COL. COW E. K1GHT, KECEIVt-S MEDAL IN JAPAN I

Department convention at CoCOa truly a motley crew In disheveled They are Mr and Mrs. Lt. Gen. Maurice A. Preston
Beach in June. < shorts, shirts and Harry J. Barker, Mr, and Mrs USAF Pilot Fifth Air Force comet sder.
sneakers. The others, of course, William Rudolph, Mrs. Emmy _
The two-day meeting of the V \, were all spit and polish. Fortunately Reilly Mrs. Margaret Busbey
district posts and auxiliarieswas : the judges knew, but and Mrs. Ann Lord It was Gets MedalIn
attended by 18 from the
the shocked audience did not. more work than fun, but they
local groups The baggage arrived several did manage to get to see the
Also named to a district post 1 \re- % 0jq hours later. city, they said. Viet NamUSAF } l
was Mrs. Harold Girard, chaplain --0-
and past president of the This time no names, for I Miss Pauline B. May from' Lt Col. James 0
local group, who will serve as goodness sake Four worthies Eagle, Mich., is here for 10 Cowee, whose wife Is the former
district conductress Mrs. Kenneth from a local luncheon club days with her parents, Mr and Elaine Boardman, daughter -
Wood, local treasurer, competed in a spelling bee Mrs. Fred May and her sister of Mr and Mrs. Horace 1
was re-elected district treasurer with VES students and guess and brother-In-law, Mr and Boardman of 600 Valencia .
.ak :who won. Yep The sixth Mrs. L. D. Long. She just got Road has just received the ODDS
Mrs. Norwood was one of the graders. In fact three first home from Europe, Egypt and Air Force Medal with the first & ENDS
local auxiliary organizers in graders were still standing the Holy Land, arriving back oak leaf cluster at Fuchu Air
1959 and has served as conductress r. when the defending grown-ups the fifteenth. Station in Japan SALE!
chaplain senior vice- went down We remember having -o.- Col. Cowee received the dec
Gondolier Bob
photo by Obcndorf)
president president and sec- read several articles about Mr. and Mrs Ben Baum- oration for meritorious service Bausch 4 Lomb
retarv She has previously hold VFW DISTRICT 10 AUXILIARY chose Mrs. front row above, center, with Mrs Kenneth the fact that youngsters can'tread garten of Jersey City, N. J.. while participating in aerial SlideProjectors
the district positions of community Kenneth Norwood, secretary of the local Wood, left, re-elected district treasurer, and or spell anymore Or are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. flight as a pilot in Viet Name .
service ,chairman Tamiami Post 8118 Auxiliary, president at color bearers are standing, left to right, Mrs. maybe Oh, well Robinson of Shamrock Blvd is now an operations staff :
chaplain conductress and junior annual elections held Sunday in Fort Myers Donald Smith, Mrs. Clarence Kroener Mrs -0- and luckily are here for some officer in the Fifth Air Forceat 'Va OFFElectricEye
and senior vice-presidents. She and other district officers will be installed Curtiss Boyle and Mrs Claudius Rasmussen. Mrs Guy Provost of Indianapolis ii of the prettiest days the West Fuchu
She is color bearer for the department on May 24 in Sarasota. She !is shown in the formerly of Nokomis, I Coast can produce, The medal was presented by :
(state) auxiliary.Mrs. .
Norwood joined the there were joint post and aux- the following as her color bearers Mrs Robert Sibley o f 45 mm. Cameras

VFW auxiliary in Longsport dairy meetings followed by af- : One Mrs Donald Smith I Zephyrhills was chosen install- $24,95
Ind, in 1945 and has been a ternoon business sessions at local president-elect; Two, ing officer. She installed the Brownie
continuous member that I first group of local officers, as
which officers were elected Mrs Clarence Kroener, local
: president when 8
time. In Venire she is also department mmMovie
active in the Benevolent and Mrs Kenneth McLane of Fort president. Three Mrs Curtiss the Venice auxiliary was formed

Patriotic Order of Does Myers retiring district president Boyle local trustee and Four .
Saturdav activities included was in charge of the aux Mrs Claudius R:'ssmussen local Mrs. Thomas B. Glaze will $13.50
registration and a buffet Marmeeting trustee and hospital chairman be press and publicity officer Used
dinner and dance On Sunday Mrs Norwood has appointed I for the district.
-- Projectors:

Thursday Club (Slide)

firrN t r avd # r Gives PicnicThe I h I r *IF $29.50Gadget

ladies of the Thursday Bags
'jth+ Afternoon Club of Laurel Acres
r t 50% OFFAs
r+ d t3s' '! entertained their husbands at a
i iI picnic Sunday at the home of Low At $2.W'
Mrs Hannah Hupe. Among Slide Sorters
those present were Mr and -LL $3.88MANY
Mrs Paul Adaskevich Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Bowers, Mrs Justine MANY

g F Cade, Mr'/and Mrs: William ; I 1"0'''''''',.' pits by Nub Uloonuuo1 OTHER ITEMS
Drown, Mrs Tom
Gray Mr and Mrs Gustave RECENTLY ELECTED OFFICERS of the Mrs. Marie Churchill, Mrs. Henrietta Furs- VENICECAMERA
Holmberg, Mr. and Mrs. North Port Charlotte Republican Women tan, Mrs Noeth, Mrs. Ethel Hadley, Mrs.
I.' c George Koons, Mr and Mrs Club are shown with the retiring president, Carolyn Pickens and Mrs. Dorothy Schueler,
I' # *; John Lawson, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Marie Noeth, fifth from left. They are, new president. 323 W. Venice Av.
j 14'I Paul Lawson, Martha Jean left to right: Mrs. Iva Doan, Mrs. Rita Boyle, Ph. 468.2421i
and Pamela Lawson, Mrs
Josephine Minger, Mr and
lI' PetrIllo and Mr. and Theatre a "happening" Including -
rs. Pete Mrs. Gibbs Will Be Hostess
ra R r11r.. Mrs. Robert Schott.Amaranth I live and filmed dancers

To Gulfcoast Scout Council acrobats and singers -
To Meet will be presented for children

., II Mrs Fredus Boda and Mrs. from 1 to 3 p.m.
\ Mrs George F. Gibbs Jr., Mrs. Walter Thorner of Sara-
Fred Borden will be in chargeof
Gulfcoast Girl Scout Council sota, Senior conference adviser -----
the Venetian Court 39. Orderof vice-president and committee .

a. ; .. ,, Amaranth, potluck supper co-ordinator, will be hostess to Also Mrs Elizabeth G. Barnett i
.._. : ....... .w. ..tealI and meeting honoring Master the council at a swimming of Sarasota, committee
Masons tomorrow at 8 30
GOOD WEATHER, GOOD FOOD and good Mrs J Wesley Buchanan, J. Wesley Buchanan at the Masonic Temple party and picnic lunch at her member, Mrs. James T. Kaneof
fun were on the agenda of the District 22 Fred Rohrs Mrs. George W. Spender The meeting will be at 8 p.m. Tarpon Center home on May Bradenton, secretary, and
I Power Squadron meeting in Lakeland, at- George Spender Mrs Charles Zabriskie, Those attending, the supper are 18. Mrs. Gibbs in her capacity as
tended by the above Venetians April 3 and 4 Larry Taylor and Charles Zabriskie. requested to bring their own The program committee met vice-president and committee
Shown upon arrival there are, left to right, table service. Monday at the Venice branchof co-ordmator sa
Sarasota Federal Savingsand

Music C Competitions i Present Loan Assn were: Mrs. W. F. Art CarnivalSet .
r + fib..
Stevens of Port Charlotte, SaturdayAn
chairman of the program com
mittee, Mrs. Roberta McFar- art carnival at Ringling
Set For Students land, executive director; Mrs. Museum of Art, Sarasota, will

R F. Clapper of Fort Myers, open at 10 a.m. Saturday. !md be k.lIy lw C.-e. .5"d
Public auditions for the year, and are required to writea troop camp adviser; Mrs. Bet Also on Saturday at Asolo
Cecilian Music Society's scholarship I paper on "Why I Would Liketo ty Lewis of Sarasota, Day'
I i to the Florida StateUniversity I Attend Summer Music Camp adviser, Mrs F. E, Ahl-
i Summer Music I Camp. They must be in good ers of Bradenton, Senior adviser -
Camp: will be held May 5 at scholastic standing and have a ; Mrs. Edson Foster of Sar- INTRODUCING
a p.m. in the Choral Room f I recommendation from their asota, Cadette adviser
the Venice Junior High School. music teacher. Also Mrs Donald A. Robertsof
This is the 6th year that Fort Myers, international
Cecllians have offered the $205 Mrs Hays Watlington, scholarship friendship adviser* Mrs I. G. i-THE BISCAYNEA
scholarship The money is raised chairman, announces Somerindyke of Fort Myers,
there will be three out of town
service adviser
mainly thru the Choral project ,
for the contest.
i judges
festival which this year was I NEW MODEL BY .
held on April 12 at Grace

area Methodist choirs Church participating.with seven YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYS HOMES

..... The Summer Camp opens
June 21 and runs thru July 25. On Auto Insurance "LEWIS
Outstanding musicians serve
on the faculty during the summer BLVD.
months. The winning stu- GARDENS
dent will study music theory,
( :.:1 This is a Lady Buxton Tortoise. at least band,one orchestra organization, or chorus suchas 2 Bedroom 2 Baths

I and one private lesson in voiceor &r1a
and usual. an instrument per week. Panelled Lanai Garage
Off ru/rnhrg..1s He also will take one elective AGENCY
course in choral or instrumental AirConditionedMODEL
111Y f.I' conducting, accompanying, 116 W. Venice Avenue

Y l Tortoise never looted better. By the deep, dart operetta one of the dance ..;1 Telephone: 4882289MR. HOME located 6 bloch
i! gleam, you'll know it'i genuine patent leather. It bands or another organization. east on Shamrock Blvd. next to P J 1 390
'r' : has a special finish to keep it from spotting, scuffing through Students eleventh must be In grade a seventh this .111.041nn our FLAMINGO. | | .

cracking, peeling. These Tortoises are patent J
r leather on rich iaddl cowhide, They're a runaway nrtnnnAnRnm11Cmprnl tCtrrtn'sflLtC' ? m-
:,' fashion this season. Come in and catch up with
I a French Clutch $8.95* Billfold $750,* Spec-

;. Tainer* $3.95, Cigarette Case $4.50, French Purse MUSIC

II;,q $750,* Lighter $3.50, Key-Tamer* $350.* I .

LADY BUXTON I j lea Keener and Hn Elctrophonc! Guitar recently
returned {from Australian TV shows

r yl Tuesday and Wednesday
it: 8:30: pm. til 1:30: a.m. 1

I : \: DICK & MEADOWS r Myakka Lounge r

PHARMACY lit 300 S. Trail

231 W. Venice Av. Phone 488-6776
Venice Medical Center Phone 488-3985 1l' ..IIT1Jl1IIalITIJrnt.r.rufruIITl.lITl.lrn: : : :[ Jlillfi: -




famous Calligrapher And Artist GOP Rally J _

I Is Set For I

Now Resident, Addesses Students Monday VaL EaS 'RfC

game M Epiphany "'.- .- '
Jrth and fifth graders prov.fijt The first big SarasoU-Mana-
week that youth and tee Republican Rally prior to
can be compatible the May S primaries will be
MI' the youngsters gave their sponsored Monday at 8 p.m. at IS THE RULE IN OUR
attention for more than an the Sarasota Terrace Hotel
'5,to a talk by an artist who roof garden by the RepublicanClub
'\ 'i No 1 of Sarasota Women. 50th ANNIVERSARY
probehertJose h B. Abra'C Two candidates for governor,
Bob Foster of Fort; Myers
-' 80-vear-old Polish-born Beach and Ken Folks of Orlando .

nmuiated manuscript artist, will be present and present SLACK SALE
signer and calligrapher, their platforms Claude
oved to Venice Gardens last Kirk of Jacksonville candidate
r with his wife I former for U. S. Senator; national 3 Big Specials

,,.jtic star with the Chicago committeeman candidates Robert
ntn Co. and works now both Peterson of Miami, Al Peters Certificate Dacron
and in his New York City and Rep. Bill Cramer of
ere ,
West Jdlo(,(, at 87th the Hotel St. des Artistes St.Sarasota Petersburg County will also candidates speak Drawing Sat. 4 p.m. Wool 677

At present he is working on will also be introduced 5 Awards Made
., Individual citations, of thejninated 4 BEST COLORS
art-work type, STILL TIME TO REGISTER Mottling equals this combination'

inch will (to to the authors of DAR Chapter Nothing to buy. Not required for service. Easy care, looks. 32
4 books to be named! as best to be at drawing. Drawing to 42.
their fields by the Jewishok April 25+h, 4 p.m.I'tlen's a
Council. He works withat Wins
/ AwardsThe
I jlassei, on both the print. Dacron *j 33
I and intricate and delicate Myakka Chapter, Daughters '
TBhwork floral designs on of the American Revolu- ShortsWELL RayonSAVE 3
? borders Only presidents, tion, received a first and third
ttt Woodrow Wilson, not to state prize at the Florida State MADE OF 2.00 ON THESE
ive received his handdoneilllinatl'd and THE ART OF ILLUMINATED manuscripts works is Abrahams because each citation or Society conference Mar 31 BETTER FABRICS laic Summer favorites in black or
citations are thee calligraphy, carried on today by fewer manuscript is through Apr 3.
an original for
presentation to out.
and than a dozen artists is the Mrs. Assorted Plaids 29 to 36. olives Ready to wear
John Kennedy Fresl- field dominated some dignitary or institution. He does have Harry Alber who attended
Kit Johnson The latter will by Joseph B. Abrahams, who has just mov- one he was commissioned to do his own reported to the local Big ChoiceMEN'S Cuffed.
ed to this area and is shown chapter last week that a
the near future. above when he citation when he was elected to the New the
Talks on ABC' addressed an Epiphany School assembly last York Educational Alliance Hall of Fame group received first prize for Dacron a
traced the dose week on the story of writing and languages. last year. its contribution toward the REGULAR 77
Abrahams One artist who has of work of the state departmentof
pracically none his
jnent of the ABCs and writ. own *|
approved DAR schools 2.87 Pin Stripe
from the first efforts on is filled with several Pajamas. .
( beautiful Talmud which Is now In process was organizer and has been The third prize was for the
tablets\ and parchment: pieces, of period furniture. Con. of publication but will not manager and director of observance of Constitution The lightest weight, coolest, easiest care Slacks m Tan,
wends of years ago to the spicuous by their absence are be completed for probably Graphic Arts Studio and Press Week, which was under the di. Easy Care Value to 3.99. Grey, Green Superior make Full Cut.
"sent day examples of his work whichare another ten years, Abrahams since 1910. rection of Mrs. Harhe Brant, Bought for this Sale, Sizes
ID 11M interested were' the all originals and presented said. chapter historian A-B.C-D.
when and adults present to the recipients Has "Thank.vous" His art training was received Mrs. Harold Clapp, a trans
learned that the reason Among the few he does have There is practically no noted at the National Academy of fer from the Rochester, N. Y.. SHORT SLEEVE EASY CARE
,brew is written right to left is one presented to him last figure in this country who does Design and at Art Students chapter, was welcomed by the I
d in square letters is due to year by the Education Alliance not possess one of his illuminated League. group at the meeting. Guests Terry JacketsFOR
(tact that the first Hebrew in New York, a philanthropic citations, and he has In Mrs. Abrahams is quite in. were Mrs Orm Fisler of New
itfflfs were on tablets and social settlement group of his files letters of thanks from terested in gardening and the Jersey and Mrs Charles Metz. BEACH WHITE DRESS 147SHIRTS
nnters, being right.handed, which he is a board member, most of them. grounds of their home here gee, who plans to transfer her A PICK UP 1 188
ad to use hammer and chisel! when he was elected to its Hall He also has designed Interiors present a beautiful display of Vermont membership here. BARGAINIntended
:dm. the chisel with the-teft of Fame Wanting the best flowers bordering the lawn
during the past fifty years for 3.98 Sale, at this Wash
ml they commissioned him to do for all the large New York which slopes down to a Medi- VIIS VocalistsWin Wonderful value. I
HM Chinese," he said "are his own illuminated citation hotels restaurants and public terannean style wall on a canal price.
( only! race still using hlero- Wu Also a WriterA buildings ai well as settings with a large enclosed fish SuperiorsAt Wear,
,phics (picture writing) since good part of his career af and literatures for shows byGeorge I ing dock with Italian lampposts
development of the alpha. ter he came to this country as M. Cohen, Ziegfield and State MeetVenice SANFORIZED ALL COTTONBuy
>t t which permits descriptionthe a youngster was in the magazine others; I They hope to spend Increas- Your Neck Size Long Tails
nouns, as hieroglyphics and newspaper art critic Until two years ago he also ingly more time here as he High School vocalists .
field He fewer contactswit returned from the state chorus
not was also secretary to can arrange
maintained studios in Mount
"AlJ their custom of writ. the president of Jewish Theological Kisco and Katonah. h publishers and firms, the competitions in Daytona Beach
I!from the bottom toward the Seminary for 12 years Among his other works, heVeniceNokomis I artist said Saturday with three superior FABRIC BARGAINS
>developed because of their shortly after coming here wa.secretary ratings t
( of rolls of paper and the to the librarian of The 85-voice VHS Chorus received -
nsh and It handier to Smithsonian Institute a superior and the two
was was assistant -
Methodist vocalists Marcia Baird and 3 2 1.00
ft upward." librarian of New York yds.1.oo yds.
Jennie Brown, awarded +d
a r
Tie alphabet, he explained, Public Library was editor in li
riich is in world use! today chief for the Alliance Review solo superior ratings. VALUE TO S9c YARD 3 DAY SPECIAL
WSCS Circles Set Chorus Director Harold F
sloped from the Greek and and has designed many stained MeetingsApril
Fultz and Principal John Davis 69c and better FABRICS.
brew and only In recent glass windows largest of which New Spring Patt_ More
accompanied the as did for
group Bright,
Ire hag writing become a are a set of eight, 30 feet tall meetings of the Wom- 1716 S. Banyan St. Venice chaperones The Rev. Frank added this week. Get your pretty, dresses prints andchild'
de-spread art. In Denver en's Society for Christian Ser Gardens, at 2 p.m. Devotionswill Shearer, P. D. Baird, and sports wear
'A was the inverted picture- His other designs Include vice of the Venice-Nokomis be given by Mrs. Fred Mesdames Hubert Young, Lester I share for summer sewing. wear
'rt for Alf or ox:, and B, for book covers, the bronze gates Methodist Church will be heldon Winter and the program, by Wendt and John Davis
'II or beth, meaning house and inscriptions at New York's Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Clyde Johnson. The group left Friday and
VP writing slowly developed Temple Emanu. and typefaces The Monday meeting will be Hazel Woodard Circle\ will returned late Saturday.
m hieroglyphics thusly, in- including three for the the Frances V. Curry Circle meet at the home of Mrs. Howard .
tn alphabet, the dissemina- Jennelum publication of the meeting at the home of Mrs Proctor, 617 Menendez, at8pm The United States had only Fabric Bargains 470 59c 69c 88<

fl written information was Carl Vennerholm, 605 Armada Devotions and six miles of railroad track in
gely in the hands of II<'rlbesIltl'r Road at 2 Mrs. Eva programwill 1831 Today, there are more
1 the church where Juniors Entertain Groff will give pm the devotionsand be in charge of Mrs Al- than 200,000 miles of first track 1 Tremendous Selections Not Clearance But Special
monks had time to create yin Jones mileage
Legion AuxiliaryAt the will be conducted I
program ,
hand.illuminated! manu- by Mrs. Thomas Green Buys at Real Savings Passed to You.FIRST

,pte now found in many mum Monday MeetingJunior All the other meetings will _. .

"There" .. Is not a great need Legion No-Vel members Unit of 159 American Auxili- be The on Tuesday.Ethel Blalock Circle will \STEP UP TO SAVINGS I '"" -- '

'lupment the art of today printing, since invented the de. ary and their mothers will be. meet at the home of Mrs. Robert VALUES BOY'S WEAR THAT MEAN SAVINGS
honorees at the group's meetIng Ripley, Pameto Road Nokomis
Johannes Gutenberg in Monday at 8 p.m. at the at 8 p.m. Devotions and
d.! Abrahams said.Gutenbur. I SHIRTS
Showed Bible Legion Hall. program will be conducted by Walk 4
The girls will present a program Mrs. Clarence Ford '
He brought with him to the on Ecuador, the club's Martha Circle will meet at : CHILDREN'S SHOES :' ax'.5.99$4.99 1 177 I
era i a copy of the million dol.r !. T
this Shorts Fancy
foreign project rI
(first) Gutenberg Bible the home of Mrs George Heit- i !
'*! is in the J. Pierpontfjan year, and a study book prepared ema, Coquina Court, Nokomis I f 88
I by Miss Rhea Feldmanwill Devotionsand I I" ; Prints C
library in New York be on display. Mrs C. N. East, at 9:30 will a m be in chargeof American Made. 4 Pockets. Fabrics "
!7.The Stevens is chairman. Mrs James Green usually in 2,49 or better. 6 to .16. I I Fabrics and make good (for
artist!, a gentle yet ener- the business session, 1I"j/t
During STACKSValues
*e person with a penetrat. Mrs Dick Rich, chairman of Porter Circle: will meet at the LADIES'DRESS & this special. 6 to 16.
?laze, has set up a studio in the nominating committee, will home of Mrs. Walter L Smith. I
1U Gorce Drive home, and proposed slate of officers Flamingo and Pomano Road, to 6.99SPRING Short White
nd the rest of the home present for a the auxiliary's election South Venice, at 9:30: a.m. Devotions : 127Wash
and program/ will be STYLES 147 I' 1
Mrs.on May George 11. Kaup, president given by Mrs. Adeline Ballard Pajamas ,' Shirts

will be in charge She Priscilla Circle will meet at
v \\1c requests members who are the home of Mrs Irvin Muhn, $5.99 & $4.99LADIES' Embossed Fabrics. Better than usual I > and Wear, 1.59 nl.,..
the const! 604 Nokomis Ave, at 8 p.m.
planning to attend make. Usually In I 1.99 rang 6 to 16 J' a SAVE. 6 to 16.
tutional conference in Punta Devotions and program will be
Gorda on Sunday to notify her conducted by Mrs. Clarence
23 W, Venice Ave.
Immediately. Jones. FLATS Look For

Plans for the dessert' games. Ruth Circle: will meet at the YELLOW SIGNS
party on April 30 will be completed

at Monday's meeting home of Mrs Harold Beer, SPRING REGULAR COLORS STOCK t I SPllCU R Many Listed BargainsNot Here.IT .

Republican Primary May 5th Value to 4.99
1 $3.49 AND $4.49ONE




Z 89c
COLORS Two Groups Cannon Irregulars
32c and 99 off price.Be Weer and look I U* much
sure to shop our linen higher priced hose.SPREADS.


Include Spring Styles m
Frocks. A few Suits that
2 for 5.00 know no season.
) :
Values to 9.95 .. 4996.77 EXTRA UNIFORMS

$5.95 AND EAR RINGS SAVE SOc TO 2.22 50% OFF
White Big Selection or Colors

JUNIOR SIZESHIFT s And Be SULLIVAN Assured Of mmmmm'm !"I m. m m m m m April Prices SUPPLIES!WHILE LAST 2J.Good 24, 25 SHOPPING CENTER VENICE I !I

12.98 5th Night Convenient Parking t ti
Republican Primary May Venice Shopping Center I Open i;

Pink, Blue, Gold (Paid Political Adv. by F. H. Minturn, Treat.) _



1\ Thlnk" ----.;,;,
I 1I "What Young People

Gilbert: 'Where Boys Are'''

Bj EUGENE GILBERT over a thousand youngster prohibited),
preildent who bad to sleep in can because e Do not spend too
ryt Gilbert Youth Research, lee they could not get accomodation suntan lotion Daytoea may CII
at the last min and ir lot
DAYTONA BEACH Fla. ate (Sleeping on the beach is time ot the UI1.pftdictebl.year tor ., tItt
You have to see it to believeit a rood M.

Th. A..I..... r.... 10 ..hIo..I.. entttt.44' .. r ran _bl_'.... 01 .11 m.. "._,..... emllted to Sandwiched In the midst of the Venice Area Church
Is w not o'h.rwl. rr.dlud I. Mb r.Y..d II.. Meal am mblhh.5. b.rw.. AU right el r.mbUa4r hoard of college students who Directory i
el pwlal dUpateh mra abo i>nr descend on thin city every

TIM ..w. ..d kxal adnrttala _._ a< tkh ....__ to .....1. orblddn, u o.p .br wrlttra p....1._
I witnessed the "Daytona
Publl.hrt Ertrr Mandy and Th.I9
Enund Aa -... CUM MatUr At Pat Off!.. A Vml. ., Florida .creaming, twisting collegian 'OM Wart ODO aa SalaaTura 54.1.4.Orn-I.... North Ii.rh.T. ."r:: ad Ka, .L
i on the beach between four and am. Patar O. Madaoa" ). v.. .,, ... B- II... o.a4nll
Sitter SanriMai till .... Peas 0."i .....
And I watched .
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publisher even p m. daily Holy Ooaaamteai and M S.adar
at the "dafuzz," a descrip- 5w.raM.a.: : w5Walas.e, ydUa
COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor I .
this though not endearing VCNICB: ASSEMBLY or GOD lb.ts.r' pat.d.r 1.a seda.a
SAM DILLON New and Ntwsphoto Editor .y term used by the student to Vaak. Br-War ore Mrrtte ATCBMBar. p. and Taa a. hi :.: IAr
v. Maurtaa raMaeSuadar
describe the local police triedto
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent BraaoL Mrte a.akMorahti -
keep the chaos orderly.The Wonala' ., II t" a. PORT nAatonw
student. Swab Barrtaa. f KM F... CHURCHESTRDHTT
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3.25 per year $3 29 per six month, $2.75 strong from came far 75,000 Wedn....., Pramr Maatlm, l..a p.., 111ft R ". CIIUIaIr
some as awaya
per three months, 10 cent per copy. Out of county, Jfl.21 per )year M.23 Canada and Oklahoma, to 1k. ,. O.ulr.,.,
VaWICaVNOKOMIS METHODIST!: .. .: = .J.roP..n. Yhv11
per six months, $3 per three months. turn thl* normally quiet family CHURCH Ch/klraS/ Clw wanhl.; '
resort city into one huge Pain AranM 4 Fotoaattav ttlMI .... k4 -1Ieee.
Jot> Ixmla Jon-, raator.
living sardine can pecked with Woraal Barrtaaal liM .... aW ItPator.

students! CII...... 1rbooI. oN5 ... METHODIST CBDJCI
Mr. Tom Slider City Planner L The city fathers decided to MoIIIodfR Yak FaM.bls.a. see p... Ala Cnuigaltr Cnbr
be for the For A. Soldim, MMhk'
ready onslaught. ...... 1,41 a. w-. .
.Y month beforehand IMIIAIItIIL!: LUTHER41C CHURCH ....
they planned .
100 a. Tuniud, Troll "....".
Mr. George T. (Tom) Slider Is tf,. new complete end concise report which flonda nmfflt Sn flf t CkmolH activities, set up a 10-point The tin. Ckarlaa L Bowfharea EPISCOPAL MISSION
list of rules and strengthenedthe Seaooh ,11 a-i* AI
planning director for the City of Venice, amount to a solid blueprint of pregrufor certainly Impressed his girl-friend with his hot-rod driving!* police force putting the of. Worialai Ill ..... ?. |>,n .... 5ad.rP5OS Swat.......BOUM.M..

succeeding Mr. Paul Youngberg.He Venice, covering as it doe In precise r J fleers on a 66-hour week. Then LaKESIDB LUTHERAN CHURCH : :-:- shy... r...

comet with fint rate eredentiali. d.teilhet has been accomplished and they sat back and worried. The ..4..a.L Maltla Bool H..M US.......41 a8t-M.4 FIRST BAPTIST CIIUIaIH.llleB.
THE Past experience gave them unship ...-, II,Ie ... .....
what need be done.It
to .
He'l holds civil to Last .. no 5., ChM. L
a registered engineer a reason worry. year Run. School ells a.a>. C.Ihb.yA
remain to be seen what happens some college students KIM.. Ckawa I:II .... Y4MUn.alai
of apparently o0a.., .
engineering degree, was superintendent Andy a.nt.

road construction for Con. Bros. (II.t'lIIot when Mr. Slider makes recommendation* j(( PEOPLE quality were of dissatisfied the television with at the a nJIIT tHURMI'aclxvrlarM : or tTltlsr 11.110.1'41.. ...... roanl Wto r"'p DhT ?.

hold that against him), he gained ..n.perienced to the mayor and council. Especially if local motel. They eliminatedthe W..t Vanlaa ARM* tee e... ood.11-. ......

in the employ of the State he resurrects some of the worthwhile SPEAK problem by throwing every .Snada Barrtraa valor, 11 aav.Kaa W.-.r.Barka T,55 .... k4.. ppr ,.

Road Sara projects recommended for the good of available TV set into the swim .
and assistant
Department was ming pool. Another Wadiuada. S a.at.Raadlm .
Venice by Mr. Youngberg but which group, Boon.10.... fa 4 .... dilly! CHURCH or THI MAIAUKIBouU
iota when he took the -- easier
County engineer ; access to the .101 a...... and holldy.sd PrY Vanlat.
Job her. wound up languishing In a city hall pigeon To The Editor: flationary effect on an economy room next door, broke down 4.. m.lne. tress r to .. Jai But *l J._ 41 aat m
0. M A.d....,, MI.....
hole.It. At our last meeting the Directors that is already in the dot the walls. CHACE Ph..... 4..K.-t001Snatlar "'"
Mr. Slider has the additional tremendous will also be interesting to lee if of the V* ice Taxpayers drums. We suggest that it will But most of the young people Cora. et rtaM end CHURCH D..... Momia. ."-. 3.55.....

advantage in following in the footstep itself another League voted unanimously be in the public interest to vote confine their activities to less Ret Mil. DaPattanmofB Youth s.r.k.Wonhlp I:Id 10..10..tat
4 history repeats on count. damaging areas such a* th. .V lien,.., lilt .. .
to oppose the proposed change down the proposed change Bmilni 8 mc (ido p.
of Mr. .. .
.. .
Youngberg highly competent Su. School titl
a .
When Mr Slider comet up with an idea in Homestead Exemption tn f FINN W. CASPERSEN. "Daytona Wobble This particular Wor.hn> tarrtaa II i.* a.avM. W JB
r individual who left the office of planning of hit own will he be told he' exceeding the following reasons: President Venice dance rhythm which Y. f, SiOO p...
director cannot be described by even BIU used,. Till aja, Wataaaoa. c.u.YAaT Ruoallll: CII11U
in shipshape. e The net result would be to Taxpayers League, Inc.
his authority? After all, Isn't that what deprive approximately one- the most literate writers, is or VlNICI GARDENI

Besides that Mr. Youngberg left a a planner it supposed to do? half of our homeowners of all To The Editor: created by a few too many Foam SEVENTH Trail DAT H BL ADVENTIST wn of Rb 41Nokoou. Bav. North frank J.Banraa Shairan D, ama rafcvSuadai

or pert of the exemption It has just been my privilege beers, added to the Fro, the Pla.Paator. Bchooli' eau ....
Monkey and the Bird. It willprobably baorta L CaMa..anluaai Morom' Wonhlp II... a>.
they now have a* matter of to be a guest for two weeks at .
a SatOTdar I:10 ..... 11-41. Commanltr Hmnalntl ,M (..
I Where's Auburn? constitutional right the Venice Memorial Hospital. catch on with the high Prim Sarrtaaai fill TMada* _I...

C The proposed change applies (The word patient somehow, school students all over the ST. BAPHAEL1 CBVBCR
country during the coming VENICE-NOKOMIS; nUCSBYTSBIAN Or KMbLKWOUDtt.
only to Sarasota County does not seem to convey the CHURCH

Mr. Sam Dillon i il the able and affable ing football team Including the nation' and would result In a tax base proper thought). year.. Ulnlatart D..M A. Bowl. Run Han, Pats Gaaraa W. f)....
different from that in effect in As we all know a hospital la The citizen of Daytona do It Tha Btalto, Vantaa J...... Maaa ttoo ....
newt-newsphoto editor of this number one team, In 1957. welcome the .val.nc'he. however Talaphonat 4IIU2IBfmaVr ....
newspaper the other 68 Counties. only a building. It i* the people School' li.11. .-.. aolya" M. ':ice
and the of of Now that Auburn and they have a lot to ......,. total10M Bot.. I.
possessor a vast store an call t il formingin e The advantage originally who make it work that count Wonhlp Sarrleaa hen a.av.IMfewaait .
offer Haiti II ...., Canta. Baaa-
knowledge on most all subject Venice y all'll be hearing more aboutour accorded the homeowners by and you sure have them at including 23 miles of "'-. CONGEECATIONALCHR18TUXSVANGEUCAL
beach plenty of recreational
homestead exemption has been Venice Memorial.
alma mater. Member Include Venice facilities AND BErOMOD
To our dismay, we found a big hoi cancelled out by the imposition Should you ever require hopitallzation *- nightly concerts and SAINT HARK EPISCOPAL CHURCH The .... B. Robart ChaaH Pa.LNI.
High Coach Jim Powell Hugh Kinier, of sales taxes, use taxes nuisance you have a marvelous one of the few places on the then. MTt _. ....
In Mr. Dillon' store of knowledge the eastern seaboard ... .,. .. ,
and where surfboarding Doato 0- httwq lase5.nda suwl bel. bel' ponrflr II Y
who retired from the Tennessee Valley taxes, by property reappraisals experience to look forward .
euw.- Vats Oud. lwausl.a 1Ae. CSa. >>
ether day when he asked us, in all in- last Col. to in the hands of these wonderful is possible. ,..10 ... Hob" O..aalDo .. 8.......
nocanse, "Where1 Auburn?" Authority year; W. A. Kalay, e Since the Countywide people. Anyone planning to Join the e see ... Fs... WaNU .....hIII'r 0.,.. School wlta raw toa C
5.roaelse. .ai tha adult .1.. I:41 u
a recent retiree from the NormanA. migration next aiaapt
army; property reappraisal effective When the time comes around year .
A holt B"1e" Pn.dy and at Baaraatlaai Caa'ar. AdoK 15w> I d
a W* found it in our heart to excuse Nielsen, Tom Slider the new city planning in 1958, homeowners as aclass for a contribution please be should take certain item into LTu.b. 5.5.1551A .... M kon t>f Care aa< N's S.
consideration: a. II...... Parr ..a5taa mood a K.I..... SOS _..... SM.Vanl .
Mr. Dillon this bit of ignorance, being director; and the scribbler who fill are carrying their fair generous for you will be investing e Forget about dating un- <. Gvrtana,
i share of total taxation. in your own welfare.
he' a native Pennsylvanian and definitelynot this corner. A study of total taxation Indicates My sincere thanks to the en. leas you're a female. There are FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH or VZNICBRlrloH : VENICB BIBLE: CSUBCJ

a football fan. Else he'd have known Auburn and the spirit of its loyal torn that while It Is a hodgepodge tire staff for their thoughtful. 10 boy to every girl R. I>rd. Pat. m M. Tanlaad.' ,.,....

that Auburn formerly Alabama Poly i Is known the world ov.... So, Sam when It 1 1a surprisingly equit ness and outstanding conside tons e Forget to live about it going with liquor to Day if Sox Wonhlp)>r ScAool.8.rr1..see, ll".0..-.. The sandy IU..Srhoal a P, t"RlehardM SO a.avBnndar Paw
up .
able. Tampering with homestead ration. _In. Sirrtoa, N' akPrarar
Unlom ItM
technic Institute is one of the best you ask an Auburn man where' Auburn exemption on a onecounW.. G. HAWKINS you're under age. Police scrutinize TTmmiin_. 8enIoo.. tl; p.m..... and Bleu Ktndr tWarahlp >I, PS
known Institutions of learning in the south. it' like unreconstructed Rebel each person they see W....... Pr..r llootl... t:HI pea Wrd.ed.
asking an ty basis may well have a de 1330 Tarpon Ctr. Rd. ) MM.. lltlO. ...

land and as a sideline produce outstand. what tide Lee was on. drinking and immediately ar. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Teat those whose ID cards state DlMlplM 01 Oirlrt SOUTH VCNICB: BAPTIItT Lora

Off they are under 21. .I. T .pl. lot V..il.. A_ Bafthi. Dr. a Old Enllvaood URa
StageBy Do not go down without advance P_ Th 5.e. O. .. Pep >. A rob., U. 8pll..... Pak
II The News -uM).r ........ till K.B.onhlp ..., aVknl. Ittt ....
1 Sensing reservations There were It .... S.rrk. af Woiablv. IliM ....
Its been a big season for system is Installed in the VLT .... .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. ... ...............ea
By neighborhood schools of the ,
are part nationwide '
drama in Venice. The Venice but in view of the increased .\

,j Executive movement. of emancipation from Little Theatre with Its! first interest and attendance in
President "liberal" political dogma. In Chicago five-show season hat had the drama In our area, 1m't this a
Southern States Industrial Council aroused greatest turnout in fig historyof the next step
group are employing
the group. Its four regular 1
legal talent to defend their We hope you have enjoyed
Th. rights from shows, "Arsenic and Old
drive to regiment the American reading our comment and
a combination of u/tr..liber.llociologists/ Lace," "Everybory Love s
opinions on theatre in the area
people through the meant of the so-c.lled and Opal" "Tha Diary of Anne
pressure leader who and we further hope will
group want to you .
Civil Rights Act of 1964 Frank," and "Light Up The
received a tremendous turn the continue your interest and efforts .
city's system into a sociological Sky" were all appreciated by .
jolt when Gov. George Wallaceof in improving the quantity
the theatre The last
experiment.In goers
and of drama here.
Alabama won more than t quarter of "Love Rides the Rails "
Cleveland, Ohio, the public it 'beginning show abouts.! This ends our season,
million vote in fund raiser of the ,
Wisconsin's the season
preferential to learn of the anarchists in their but w* hope to be able to visit
ws* an extraordinarily enter- s 5
presidential primary. with you again, perhaps during J
midst, the vigilante who In the name of talnable production, well received intermission. So long J :1.Ir

I Political I write.* in the north are openly "civil rights" are determined to take the and enjoyed.The e -
: season was highlightedby r f t :If I
acknowledging that
grassroots disapproval law into their own "hands and plung. the the VLT Play Selection r .,
1 of the "Civil Rights" bill i il much YOUR
greater community into chaos The people of Committee's decision to aim eII

j than anticipated The vote that went to Cleveland are learning about the Black their sight high and agree to ..,

.I 1 Gov.. Wallace represent a great awoken- Muslim, the formation of rifle groups produce"Diary of the Anna highly Frank.dramatic" Although L1 w CARby ...

I Ing on the part of citizens outside the with Mau Mau names, and of the role of no one would claim it e

I south For year, the southern states have Castro supporter in the local agitation. to have been a perfect produce I

I been presented in national newt media In the of the tion (least of all the director DUI Phillips
I spec. a year country has the best
and actors) or even
as a benighted Politician
region. automatically
had revolutionary groups grow up in Its production of the VLT season Ii
Do have !
assumed yen a "help flag
that southernercouldn't
a midst. it ambitious task well
Agitators openly discuss was an
turning I Use something stiff for the top
f win lupport north of the Mason. like done, which proved a reward-
city Cleveland Into another Cyprus. and then fix It so it will hook

Diiion line But Wisconsin proves. that Dangerous men talk of Molotov cocktail tog worked experience on it and/or for all attended who over your radio antenna. Attract i
time have *! attention quickly. Could
l i. changed. and hand grenades being thrown. Finally, Its showing Again we applaud also make one to lay over e"

: ;1 Despite the outpouring of abuse directed the press, public authorities, the police the VLT for its courage to windshield. Yon drive carefully ,

:a" .t Gov. Wallace and at southern and th. court are beginning to comprehend leave light the beaten comedy path and of attemptan amusing bat don't get set up for a .
wreck caused by some other k1
opposition to federal force bills, more what has been going en. In Cleveland era of drama which It has driver. Watch ahead for these

than 30 par cant of the Democratic voters a judge warned that in the future too long neglected. wrecks in the making. Then flameless

\$ of Wisconsin including those In heavily he will throw the book at demonstrator This ends the VLT season. Is you have time to pull off the _.
this a.It should be? Cannot the
slow down
road or or or
urbanized areas, went to the poll to who create violence. A large daily spoke VLT be profitably u. e d all three. By constant stop defensive

V throw their support to a southerner who plainly of "anarchists" in the city' itreett. throughout' the year, withchildren's driving you can keep ELECTRICWATER HEATER

stands for opposition to totalitarian de Responsible citizens In communities theatre or drama yourself out of some bad wreck
I workshops during the summer? situations. Believe me, It's aua..aa.N..aaa.e ,
I mocracy. north and south, vest and west, cannot Certainly not until a cooling worth the trouble! -- ,

From now on out, no politician or"liberal" allow this country to be taken ever by a Wouldn't two ears be handy 8U1'ER-1ASl' ft. dt5 ._ I .
d e* tans end SapS Rf ...-11 wal5e f... -
agitator will be able to dismiss handful of lawbreaker around your house? Best way (
and leftwing .>- CON To Hear : dr tdsdestL
to join the two car ranks is to fiwtartYoa'lalwayiWvapteaiyafhotfjaiaT Dam te wa.a* beat Hiesy t* of
i southern leadership., tramittt who, to a point would >In a hurry.wHh twJ. ..... '
r prove give stop by at BILL PHILLIPS oe worry. aDor.7l..vha--,B<*tUoja
; It i il tremendously heartening to know American cities a bloodbath. No doubt From CandidatesCandidates FORD her In Venice, and pick
And for daroHnaw and eanfre effloUey toe'f raw money to A Emir *i.*
that to people In Wisconsin stet this! these out a reliable late model used
.' many a summer extremist hope to for the state leg- car from our big lot. With all modreehohda wanes.....is da....... wale beafar eels IM t M...hJ B.fcst*

r with a long tradition of "progressive"politic plunge the nation Into Internal chaos. ialature, sheriff and circuit the new Ford we are sellingour : No lOOt,smoU. No oouataat...zg sad..to-.

t *, have not been fooled by the They are planning for this objective. Thus court clerk have been invitedto lot is full of new car trades : pilot& -.

pressure group*' campaign in behalf of the communities acres the country should be apeak at tomorrow night' Fine ears Just waiting for you are the BW wapact,araoMs.yonr .g LssM st

Civil. bill. have the forewarned meeting of the Sarasota County and at big saving Stop by A fcint-ftea, AiBaWia alntri wade haatatkaujMraatiTbat'iwhyttoMibataeMaway : artiltoa .... ihn..WMee'.
j' Wrongs They teen and ready for and .
prompt Council of Neighborhood
and see ualDrh1111 ) trkal.......
significance of its content, and realiia effective community action Congress Organization. The meetingwill to work? Ready forth : anywhere! If aotinly__tlet.n4.ft .....-

yt i that the legislation represents a blow .t should let the agitator know that it will be at 8 p.m. in the com-. office? Get comfortable e
munlty room of Sarasota Federal Expert advise that takeoff
y American liberty. not be Intimidated into pasting I legislation Savings & Loan Assn., your coat and loosen you your )

b ,; Wisconsin it not the only area In the that would not only regiment responsible Tamlaml Trail Sarasota. tie before driving to work. e -tkJ"lb.r r.f1g.M.fm.(

; North where people are waking up to citizens but would give Irresponsible Help you relax and you'll a Y4 -.e er s 4 toe

I t the danger from coerced association a* lawless element the drive better ...fer.Don" i
D "MR. MUSIC"Tuesd.y bump the curb when FLORIDA POWER
decreed federal bureaucrat and to the LIGHT COirAXT "
I by agitation disrupt nation. Preservation of the you park. A sharp knock can )

I front leader republic requires an alert citizenry that r & Wednesday Night put your front wheel outline of e. __ aett Jaws

r The thousands of New Yorkers who will note tolerate social terrorist who Myakka Leung* and, ruin or break tire.your tire cord ...
i marched. earlier this spring in behalf of bid behind the label of ":ivil rights." !!.u..t.t.. e ,.!!,!-'_e ....'_Htl. !. 1l/lf.N...... "

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THURSDAY, APRil ?:3. l 1064>
-- ---

Rebekans Plan NFC Firemen .i H- ,I Norwood Named -

Rummago Sale Douse BlazeNORTH I VFW Commander VHS Student Trio

Kenny Norwood, local businessman .
ENGLEWOOD Lemon Bay was elected
e commander -
Kebekah Lodge 80 held it. reg. PORT CHARLOTTE of the Tamiaml Me.
hq ular meeting last Thursday in -The new emergency alarm mortal Poet (118 of Veteransof Math ScorersTwo
tot the TOOT hall with a large ..- system when here sounded last Tues. I Foreign Wars at the group'smeeting Top
tendance. Flam were made for a field fire in the Monday.ClIDR..ELECT,
rummage sale in the hall on south end of the city raged .. .
fay 9, from 9 to 2, with baked hours.out of control for several t -,r aassn. seniors and si Junior and graded in Tallahassee
goods for sale as well. The Canadian dtudents also participated -
were the top scorers for Venice
Triple Link Club and the Re- Police] Chief AI Sendker notltied r I M well as American I
Fire High School In a recent nationwide I
i tckahs will be co-chairmen. Chief Henrlksen and service schools abroad and
the city's volunteer fire part. math contest sponsored many foreign public schools.
ment was dispatched to the by the National Mathematics
scene. The Forestry Service al. Asm. and the Society of
so sent two firefighting units 'rta, Actuaries. r
SPECIALS to help control the blaze and R-Oecf
art Chief Horn and Lt. Peterson 5 i N Test scores of Jim Phillipsand FRANKSCHAUB
with the South Venice Fire p p J 1 J Howard Trefethen, seniors,
1960 BUICK WAGON Dept. were present and all bat- r V r'd and Jim Van Keuren, a Junior,
II like New tied the fire. I have been entered in the national
I $1495 By t pm the fire t contest for which the results -
brought under control was and SALVATION! ARMY'g Welfare and Thrift the TraU 111'11left\ to right, E. Walter Hall of ( have not yet been Ia bu. TOUt
|1959 CHEV. WAGONS ((21| much timberland as well as Store which opened recently In Venice is designed Nokomis, chairman of the local unit; Mrs. lated. STATE ATTORNEY .
4-Dr, AT, PS livestock was saved to meet the needs of all South Count- Edward C. Knob, secretary; Dr Robert P. d Scoring clone behind the
b through
$995 the courageous efforts of these ty, according to Major E. V. Farmer of the Merrill, vice chairman; and William E, Gil- N three winners were Juniors Ray T 7*
well trained firemen. North Sarasota Corps. Her Major Farmer, extreme mour, committee member. Joelson, Tom Fos. and Carole
0a 1960 LARK WAGONAll Port Charlotte volunteer fire- left, is shown in front of the store on Austin, and senior Bob Dand-

Leather Interior men were Lt. Ray Palm, Leonard I.. ridge Highest score by a VHS I
$895 New, Clair Rauch, Al national Convention. The pub sophomore was earned by
Sendker, Harold Welth, Ed lic's support is asked for this Dorothy Orthwein.
1960 LARK CONVERTIBLE Sander, Ernest Jackson! and project. : NORWOOD The tests were given throughout ,
.a. $795 Warren LaFleur.Hopkins High School I the state st the same time
Also on Friday and Saturday Serving with him for 1964-65
|1961 OLDS CONVERTIBLE April 17 and 18, two busloads will be: Harold Girard, senior I I.IYI
$1595 of chorus members attended vice-commander; John Lund- I Optimists Elect
". CHEVROLET Brought NewsBy State Competition in quiat, junior vice-commander; rA
1959 IMPALACONVERTIBLE Daytona Beach. To complic.temattera Ray Sweet, quartermaster;
Back For TrialGrand the truck carryingthe John Blair, Judge advocate;; I Officers Monday
$1095 DIANE IEMIART and luggage and robes driven Kenneth Wood, chaplain; Dr. ,
by Mr. Davis, broke down on James E. Blades, surgeon; All the shrimp they can eat ,
-t 1961 CHEVROLET IMPALACONVERTIBLE larceny charges As each week passes and the "really get to know each other the way to the contest. He arrived I Frank J. Korinek, three-year i for $1 will be the attendance- I
again Roy Hopkins, formerlyof end of schoool draws near, the ." The following Friday will mere minutes before the tutee; Carl Wendel, two-year boosting: bait used by the Optimist .
$1495 Venice, will be tried in cir. activities and excitement seem find approximately IS of the group was to sing, so they donned trustee, end Harry Miller, one- Club of Roberts Bay to
cuit court. to increase more and more; girls, and their sponsor Miss the formal robes over year trustee. get members out for the annual .
1964 CHEVROLETS, BUICKS Hopkins, who was returned and the plans for the coming Joyce Lewis (of course!) in bermudas and sneakers. Despite The commander-elect has selected officers election Monday. FRANK SCHAUS
AND FORDS here from Maysville, N. Y., to seven weeks promises to keepup St. Petersburg Beach at a District this, they managed an Thomas B. Glaze of The meeting will be at Fish
WHIP Air fan two counts of grand lar. the harried pace. Convention. over-all rating superior, and Sarasota, Department of Flor- erman's Wharf at 7':30 p.m. A Second Term As Your I
1s soloists Jenny Brown and Marcia The election will be held
Sore Up To $500On eny, waived preliminary hear. -- -- ida commander, to install the pre-
Baird also earned the directors and STATE ATTORNEY
Each ing Friday night before Justiceof The Sophomore Penny Review The super officers in joint services with ceding
the Peace E. S. Bill Hootenanny has become iors. meetings. Ward Wright,
( ) Raymond
will the ladies auxiliary
sponsor a "Love a regular pan of VHS life, and on May 24. raid.. .
-0- pre.ldenwill\ be In charge. Pel. Adv by Prank "" 01" I
Juniors Week" The installation will be
April 27 the proceeds from the next open to
ESTIL'SNew The warrant Issued about through May 1, during which one, to be held on Monday Attempting to earn their due the public.
N year ago charge Hopkins with they will have a gala Junior Msy 4, will be donated to the credit, the Venice National :+ :1F k -K-k-V *( n
& Used Cars embezzlement of $1,600. The Edition, and decorate the high Loveland School for Retarded Forensic League will host a VES Students Show
a case wu bound over to circuit school with a variety of posters Children. This week's performance meet here this Saturday from I I VENICE MOVIE LOG I J
215 S. Tarniem? Trait court by Raymond and Hop honoring members of the Jun- included such regulars as 9:30: to 1230.: Schools invitedfor On May 5 Will Use GULF THEATRE TROPICAL :J
ins: was released on $2,Sop lor Class. To keep Sophomore Mr. Dave Corbett, Nancy the meet are: Sarasota, Worlds Fair Theme
r TELEPHONE 8-654l bond. Class spirit alive, the members Bradley, Jim Van Keuren Jesuit, Academy of Holy Tends ......, ........,. DRIVE-IN THEATRE '!
will bring their point Names, OLPH, St. Paul and Venice Elementary School's ..
=--U: __ __ r ....-- ....... ---'rllf sheets up to date for the padnine .graf Melody while Wendt Bill, and Fowler Tom Land- Ft. Myers High Schools. There tenth annual spring festival on "I PACK OP Pi. LAO"Starrtor 'PrhUr EXCUSE 4 MY a.l.da nesT
; vacationing both May 5 will be titled "At the ;
weeks. will be competition nd
They plan to use ..
professional signer, and World's Fair." Tr .doft "RKI n0raT "HEEI."
AD New 1964 ZENITH COLOR 'I outstanding this point system class to workers recognize Brenda Carter, local artist, 'Congress peaking. and Judges extemporaneous are neededfor The program will begin at Mond.,
and Mr. Ed Walsh, Nokomis I.o:;: -o
9:15: a.m. and the is Invited '
I throughout their high school both events, so any Inter public ...... Ta.aa w.d..wr"LAwagNca
resident ,
added their talents to
WHit .n Aa 64 cutaen.N.n5aUael

in Compact Table Model TVTJxiRADCLtFF.ModelSIII careers. -- ning.complete a very enjoyable eve tact ested Donald either persons Stone.Bob are Duell asked or to con-Mr I from Participants the first will through be students the 01 t A_er dsp ARARIAwlaaw A-.I." Il r" +rs I

Juniors under the lead -- fourth grades.
V ership of C. E. Pitts, has -oAt -
a still nearly a month away prom, I Six members of the Key Club -. .- . --- -...... ..-
stayed at the Hotel Florld.ni their regular meeting
taken of. The
completely care
Jacksonville last IS, the National
Thursday, Wednesday April
banquet, arranged by Norma i
.r Owen, will be held at the Venice Friday, and Saturday at the Honor Society selected
.Ya District Convention. Ray Joel. the delegates to attend the I
Gardens Recreation Center
.Y.Y and catered by Mrs. Stters. In son, Jim Van Keuren, Phil State Convention which will be
charge of decorations. for the Padavano, Dennis Fleming, held in Clearwater on May 7',
.Ya dance, which will be held at Bob Fornat, and Karl Blizzard, 8 i, and t. Diane Lenhart, Jim IA
accompanied by Mr. Dave Van Keuren, Ray Joelson, Pam
the Venice Beach Casino, is
Steve Ridenour. The Admirals Corbett and Mr Ned Stafford, Payne, Carole Austin, Max
will supply the music for dancing "saw Key Club in action," and Howard, Janie Johnson, Severy .
and a "surprise" movie had a "really great time." The Jones, Linda Pond, and ,
boys are now planning a fish Margarets Hiljding will be accompanied -
will be shown to the students .
Fry to raise money to send I by Miss Mildred :
at the Gulf Theater following
s the dance. Completing the occasion Dennis Fleming to the Inter. McAmls to the annual affair. \

be breakfast at the
Elks Club will ..........................................................................
a 1 .
i :
Senior "Skip Day" has been
set for May 20. On this day, I i
I I Mr. John Davis, principal entertains I.
Super Gold Video Guard Tuner for lornA LOW, LOW the ISO members of. the :I f 9 4 I f i iI
Senior Class at his beach fron!
er TV life! ZenitVi. own patented Color barbecued
home and provides
Demodulator for color TVi most ae- 5400 chicken for the m.... Committees I i
write html U textured Ebony color which will be made up of 611P1IL t UTNRU : I When is the best time to
cabinet. (Lag or Bate Eitre) students will furnish the drinks, I d : I
help with the cooking:, serving, ilia i i i I
and cleaning up and will supervise

the activities.A -0- SERVICEXPRESS :;: !I Ir buy a home in Sarasota County! '

fi311SALES can has gone out from % i
Senior Class President Gordon r ?ssu5 f I
Bradford for suggestions on C i \ I
what the class can "leave"" to UpTEfrSEJ

VHS.out Can anyone help him f f I The answer is NOW!

-- ENTpfPat1UNF8
& SERVICEFor College-bound Juniors and /

seventh Seniors were period excused classes from on 'In addition to being "no time like the present to mate in Important

18 Yrs. Opp. Theatre Tuesday April 14, to hear Dr. I : ; decision like; buying home, conditions this month are especially favorable

307 Venice Ave. W.i'G' Arthur Barrfleld from the Unlverslty To begin with. there's a greet supply! of homes available. New, used, modem .
of South Florida The
Ph. 488.2618 heart of his massage was triditlonsl; witerfront, ranch house, contemporary two story take
10:00 "Don't destroy the thing which I your pick. Builder and developers are particularly easy to deal with this!
Open "TiII1 : p.m. Ii" makes you peat: Success" Why experienced time of year. Could be you'd pick up the buy of a lifetime. Make this
ALPHA comes through-- best-time-for-buying search easier by calling or visiting a realtor. After

The still-active Keyettes are a few questions a realtor can find out |lust what you have in mind tn the

planning a slumber party at i travelers goTrailways f way of a new home and with a minimum of time direct you to the day's

MUSIC & APPLIANCE one of the to members enable the homes girls this to best buy. A realtor knowledge of the. market, understanding of your needs o

-. ... .._ .!...: Friday
-- .A. ---- I and the many details of negotiating a happy tale make him an Indispensablepert

BjgHBaB SM BBB aaaaaa a """* -l "" '" of an important transaction like buying a home It will be a sound

I Investment if you put yourself, In the hands of specialist a knowl.edg..bl. -
5th For
Vote May Trallweyt treats you better,. an over the mipl I realtor, a good builder and your lawyer. Then for complete peace
I Travel lirit-clasi America's most modern buses. i of mind and the best home loan available see the Sold Seal home loan

Vista.view windows. Reclining tuts. Immaculate specialists at Sarasota Federal/
Oiid" Gernhard rtstroomt. And people schooled to make your trip f
Boyd a pleaturedl the wayl I :: I It's always the season for favorable financing at Sarasota Federal and

I now f It the best time to buy. home In Sarasota County 1 II
r r .;"N The Qualified, Experienced
4f Dedicated REPUBLICAN : I

1 CLERK S CIRCUIT rot COURT I II I r ,aar4w rt I SARASOTAsavings I 1

Support the 'plyt of the County Commtio! i ,
a O.O.T. Co-Team that Easiest travel
'v Not only hold the tax HIM. ax promised &la WO I on earthPROM IFg@g[ [ [1I

aw + bat . VEKICB !_,
efr j MIAMI Of.. ... .. Of.. ..... .. $ 5.40 f
REDUCED yew foxes with romlreMt. MvUgt *f T CsawnantWOe..air. I nun
f 1/4 million dollars and NEW YORK ... .. .. to .. .,.. to. $J&.05 ?i I and loan association v
I rwwHtiM Ora..Iwq! IOHW i
SLID developed mare rood, bridges drainage and. I LOS ANGELES .. .. .. .. .. ... $10.60 < I INow :
other public faelllrlei thaa ever b.f.,. I. the! Ms Tkn MITIM ida D.ll....'_l" i
'I' tory of SorotoM County.VOTFGERNHARD. ATLANTA .. to.. ..... to.... $I IIO f'IO I 446 So. Tamiaml Trail
+_....I thru ....1.. ..11, ,
ale f. Tuluil Troll Pba.e 4MM1Irun I

I. rev woitu-g PAIR TIP or I IL. I I 1711 Main Street So. Trail at lea Ridge Rd. So. Trail .t Sticknay PoW Rd. t

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THURSDAY, APRIL JJntvfcfcni I 1964

Gulf Little League RoundupVenice I

and Osprey Gerack and Ron Sherman, but Lyle Schaffer collected .
I 1 'BOVdLING I :: Merchant Lion are the only undefeated used eight walks and a hit double.

teams in junior and batsman to a good advantage Jarvis struck out 13 In

senior division play in the Gulf Bob Austin was the winner and leg up the victory. Bill Bailwa

niiuiiaf t r ,P Little League after the first Gerack the loser the loserBraun ,
t 9 e two weeks of play. Both are Kruse came back The Winner

.r wkI In the Junior division The night to lead a Sarasota Federal Ricky Braun was the victor

..EarlYynn MjaKka Lanes Lions are 3-0 and the Merchant nine.hit attack singles In with three a In the Osprey; .VSC game as ]u,.
double and two
2-0. Osprey nine came from
KR "" ...... Lee Fire. TSe Deckferae .torrtoft. WlllaH RI>..>hn-4 Had The Merchants downed Osprey official times at bat. Bob to score four runs in the behind l .
., 202 "III and 247 for 174: Ed r....... Ill: Prank Qmah Anna K l Recreation, 13-2, for their Austin had three singles In inning for the 10.9 declsSn
torkuber. Enjz ewood Bait bas ...*. Baautr Shay. 604 VmlM lumber. !1057. the plate, Danny .
>: Bill Van H"we, Carllni'I Black. till Ro.._ of Uia ....... Van Warner lone victory of the week. Their four trips at Pat McDonald took the loss.
Label. 167 I:nrl,wood Bait H...,.., IOU and Frank. Iran HUndlnn, r"III..n game against Venice Rotary, Jsri8_was.! two-fnr-thrf'1 and A throwing error in the
and M04 Fn.l andlnn: Anchor. Oleo4 Soft Water SMI Maw C<>.."u,II Len lot
I. Ttie Ivkh.... ss.41: KnulewondBait : and Vralc. Iximber C.... 11-27., (;,"If M scheduled for 8 p.m. last Sat tom of the seventh gave Firat
How. 70.00. Bill 'hllll' Ford tI .. Coaat D.v.opmwt and Bpltllar DryWall urday was postponed because! THE STANDINGS National the 4-3 win over
*. Walkc'. Hanwa 4(40. Eaer.WarCleaner. "oil.n..hII..rl.. the Merchant the
of illness
47 0o1 Southern' Bread 44 .. Tavern larrv Rh. among Shopping Center Mike Graff
t *,H. Carllnn. Mack lahel 44,.414)uad :1: n... OII.n-5.y.. 1.1017..1..3. C" fEn f players. SENIOR DIVISIONw L became the first senior dw! .
City Rolf Cl"b (444.. Tom H....o .Bar. MO-I773 Bow lot of lh. .."kLarrr K Ion pitcher to
fnriMen. 0140. WIII.D..I.. 141',.71Radweber ,. Blow and sun Allm O,b. k ,, iii defeated Picot National BankMl.rdaya 6 win two games
10.70. WIlt.... Cement Spec' ilili ...... ind arrta. sun A Ira .n.1 1 Xlw.sl. ..'-_ =: i 1 1eoea.e. as he went all the way for the
and Sound Projecta Plmld.Nk.6. John Burn 2SI Don SpllUrr' 22' I I'' Saturdayto P1.e.l I .. -
I tatty 44-B4 : day and came back Con_ ...... 5Oge.r Bankers. Ron Johnson slatted
R'.bl. '04. RUndlnn: Hannland. 47.I:f Vole. Shoes-b a 1
Early Wynn C1e i (47 and 124 for 600; Jack Hul'' ock 20SIM 3"1.-2y.Ce1d.41. I Florida Power & Light Co. Th.nd.e'. 5MIMVs0 lieved by Barry Yours
I : ; : ; 0. Flat, Natlnn" I. in the,
C."rt 1I.I.h. Art.H
and IM for 14 : Fred Dueuar 2il 1 1.ixl W action Venice-
171 : John H""._.Nh 110 and K7I t tken Ir Beauty Fa""km. 1.8.' Fr.tr, ",. Other saw Ree.lt.rtanNT fifth. Young<< was the i j''cr.' ,
M..b ,........ -- Vh.thHs GJer. ...1 8av no 4k I...... .7I.2..S. H,n>".nf l .ti komis Bank winning over FlorIda 10 VSC t. The Yankees and Ind:
.. Toler. 1.1. Swnh,0.od .. ........ Federal I. Klw.nl. 4. ;n)
Wuh Bowl Laundry 141 and 4IMIthner the week Betty Power & Light 9-7 Osprey .
; In
..... were h
R....... Si'nmeM Meal IM Car. Lenra J..b.oo. Standing III." rm tram
... Cover. Wa.li B.,wl U"ndry. M': Pw..l, II.IS. Knthnvood" Nur.rr. ..........,-,,- Merchants trouncing Osprey ri* National 4, V8CI ISaraaoU play. The Yankees ''U01a.7d!
Graham. 0unroa Motel. 170 1041 Artlitle Beauty gal,n. 11 ." Venice Federal 19 Onrer L
"Marie : : Recreation, 13-2;
I Tenlihtl .......... the Dodgers 14-8 and the Indians
814 Wiuh Bowl I Uundry1M4. 48> -
Smooait Mote
_dl..., WlII.Do.Inn W',-4" ,. American Roeflnt of Entlcweed TOM FOSS master councilor of the RobertE tation are, from left, Ed Perin, Earl Blevin Rotary defeating Nokomis FlrM National. ... K w.nl. I,10.Saturdarl whitewashed the '},
........, ..... ...... "!I Tompkins and Joe Recreation SchedaleKIw.nle tt
Oalf Wind Marine 141,414. "Don H. "' .c..r"rd. Lee Chapter Order of DeMolay, accepts Bill Schroder Tommy Lions, 7-6 Osprey Sox, 80 on a one.hitter
.. .44tSo Hurt Macau Kce/wr Brother. 224 {Hprey. I pm n, O pr.rSaraeoU by
.th. Florida C.e.etiwPerth.. K. Kendrlcke er, lIt: Don Hau.ke,. sue' a check from Floyd Matter. president of the Klask The check will be deposited in the whipping Nokomis Lions, 18 rederal m. Vac, f,10 aVenice. James Angel
II.... Blltcha Shoea 1.1 and Wt: 1* Ken Xcndrlcka. MO: Keawr Hr. .h.."..,. Masonic League at Early Wynn Lanes. Other DeMolay project fund. 2; and Venice Elks squeezing All teams in all divisons! 'iD]
Rrokat, Dick 51 una ill and Ml: Clay 1065 : Maneo-Crawford 1101 Bow
., ; members of the league witnessing the pre en. past Ve-No Bank M see action this weekend.
tea Wlnrlna. Bllt h' Shoem lit; of the week. Bill Smith and Bert Hem JUNIOR DIVISION
H BIH' ><'I ._ HI and 2147 Atandlnn, Iton Standlnn. ,.-..., II.) A...",". First National Bank tops the W tvwln -- -
I ",. Pa,n, Mart '0'.41'' '?. Avenue. Appant Rooflnt, (ape Stow. Key Aiency and senior division with three wins ._._ Stkee There
7al,J4',. and C... HaM WaterVkerk II..PO-.I.rd. IB.24. Lima are approximately!
........ ..... .. and one loss Sarasota Federal Merchant ....._.. I e
T47 !Io Carl C n I .__ I I 1,7SO.000 freight cars 57 ooo
Nft' Nor Manufactt" .. 211 Larry John I Area Fishing Reports tied for Venire. E kiVenleeNokomla -
$0'' Bard and Kiwanis are __ I
: \\.7.: Bank cars and
wood 7 Wood' ;: all ..d 110;; .n1. American I..0.' 211.20.I244W. victories anda __ I 1 passenger coaches.
Barneta Domln Norwood Rooflne. IM Pint Federal. WM7M. Fiord Matterweek second with two Ven e* Rotary __' I I and about 44.000 locorroti.'ei in
and III : Mel Wood Snum. M* and 211. AI 81x0000. 810: Jo. OIk wa I single loss, while Venice Oiprer Reereatlo.Nokomli ___.. I use! by American railroads .
1467..Mt.dinno Mel Wood .n...... 17. .rt" tlte /-6.10 .IIL Iknkn .t tit. 'Nichols 15.Ib. snook Phil Min Earl Mitchell on the "Ethel.E and U." _. today
Lou Betmer of the North ; Shopping Center Osprey Florida Power a Lllbl e a .
.. .
10 Norwood Bowfin 1144 and Artioa' Larry Job.on and 211k. Tachenr .
'.. ..., \Mine Welll." : Hood.Palry .. Jetty Fish Camp reported the tie, Sarasota three mackereland ," 24 kings and 17 grouper; are in last place with one win Tb.r....'. RMII.Vwle.N.kom1 ..

WI 1441.Pd.V.1...., Bobble nrtdale(75001'........n.and. Bbl MaryWhtt. 20. J7-JJ Hard Manufacturint. ItVeN. following catches for the week: a 3'<4.Ib. flounder. and Al Young. 45 king and a and three defeats apiece. .. Frld..'O.nk RMI00OqM 1. FP'L -

1011: Gwrry Mol.ro and Ad Mueller Bank Car. Roll. CMnnvUtah Tom McCartney, Nokomis, From the Tarpon Center Bait grouper Senior Dlvson Totb. n. .0.pmr L !
EI" I.
Helen and Kittle Stein Blue 187. Mlllk V.IAn1a/ I. V..I.
ft: Frady Pallet Ribbon
547: Cert KI... ..d Sally Hem 117: Jhevlle. Coop. l.7 ; John Hunter. four blues and 10 mackerel; & Tackle Shop Lou Mate had Roy' Sporting Good registered Sarasota Federal, newcomerto Rolary T. Noh.wb TI's .65anosyl G"'COGO
IVerd. Jaecnel. and Jean FraolnnlBll Myakka LP Goo, II4-M7 : M akka LP Clark LaFollette, Nokomis 39 these to report: these catches: the league this year, has No.omlo 5..11.n.en'y Llonl a. ;
ell Taa. 10414004 John Hunter and Mil''"c Bea u.
PI, Up. Ford Ml>ed OrryPenla. 8""h..II.. biwlere. of the week h'an'" lb. jewfish: Terry Haskins Ralph R, Bruening, South Tom Goodin and guests. won two in a row after losing! Venire Tlka <. Ve-Nn Bank 4, ...' l' .
Ballard. Te>aco. 1H< and Ml' inn: .'. l..I..tlo.. 4e'I Venice two snook: Paul Luft, Venice 23-Ib. snook from the its opener to First National VwI/ 'Ion i. rp.i. 4.. .:::::..
Joe Klaak Olaon" Bakery. 174. 201 ..daN I II I1. Klwanl.0 1741 : Ple.N.r., Drun. M Gulf catches included"GOLFING" aboard the Lost Hoosier'Hubert decisionover Tonlihl. f h duUOmrar .
.nook jetties 84
Ib. win .
Casey Key 17 First was .
for 411 01... Bakery 174 and .25Thunday. ; Delp and Mr and Mrs a Bra VralM Llcvna' I P
1$tt. Mud no: Olaon. Bakery ... Meht Mi.ed Helen 11t- .. ..... Kiwanis and the second ** V"Kld..BH
and Tim and .. ...
44. Reker'i Mnrlalr 01r?.17',. Ballard b iy. State Farm Insurance 1II-4U1 Hary Robert Knox son Osprey .l.Elka
Tow TIH-M'.. Peinlln. Ry Gumni Yarter. Royale Cabinet, 197 : Frankflabeter t Jeff all from Marshall Ind. was an 10-1 victory over ... Oprw Marrh, I r.., at
$043%. 0d I..d.o-t' ..',461y. Fish.KIOyII. 116. Roya. ; NOW THRUS
Early Wynn Jankm Cu1.1 Curtlit Cabneta, 111-2211 Bowler of the six kings and a black grouper: Venice Shopping Center last FTItM... Mokomla Uona I p.ia. 015Vents. AUGUST
,.. .,.11. Lean Mr and Mrs Willard .. 6
t and 141: M Schade 144: Altai' week Frank Sabater and Ray ,
Bats HiEarly ....dl..., Rorale Cabl/_. 7>V.-45Myakka ', Venice four and fivesheepshead year's champion squeezed past V..I. Rot.... a V..No Bwk.p.1. I NIGHTLY 8:10:
Wynn; Rrnion' Bonnie "_ iterprlM 7141? FliherElcctrc. pompano First National last Thursdayby ? .1 Venl .
171 and 441. AI''" Dranhl, 204: Man 41S42I,. Venire Beach Osprey $.......'. *rh.lal.. MATINEES 2:00 P.M.
9 8 count but lost to ... Marck, 1 R
Bank OipRf
1'-... $1. Littrcll Cencrete Teacher. Dos lt a V..N.
sand fleas Bill
Venire Flementarv Connie ..... Maddoi Hot Shota, 111-441 Bill Blew! t.Vera. with ; Traver 10.9, and to First National p m. at O.ee. WEDNESDAY, FRIDAYs
m : Phillip M chum 111Enetwe .. VI. lantea. 24/.611: Vera V,r"- Short, L. P Wilson, Venice, V.il,.. Rotor ... Flka: 1 pi at A
d rlementary Pnttl Both I. *. 670-17KI Bowler of the week seven kings Mr and Mrs. AI
II: Food Orthw.m. 0". Bill Blewltt and Ad. W' lion. Bland... PRO.MANAGER : John Knise was the hitting RM. iv. FPIU I P... at
--- rlean Kweep.. 71-41: Will Doh 4452Lucky Randall, Nokomis, aboard the the Sarasota Federal VmleOVwk. O DAILY
star in ... .
Jew, 7.F.I. + u.a NnYmnM >
Al Breeze with Mr
VENICE GOLF CLUB guests. .... .
..." Early R rde Dora Jean LAKE victory over Kiwanis after the at VwteaPASO. '
Three Teams R...... Bane'. V..dl.l. 501459' Ed ,"..........._-,.....uw .x.wx.w..nx.x..w and Mr. Longwell, Port Char winners came from behind in ----.- T DOUBLE .J'!.
GOTberh-h" Shirt a Rial. 2J6-5.B. lotte, three kings largest 30 '". TRAM RESULTS A
Bane Vendlnt Mil, J m Wrieht.Shlrta '. NEW" SIMMER: RATES (Ibs, a 204-Ib. bonito the sixth inning to tie the scoreat Y..._ 1/. Dod.... 5. .1.2 laK
a Sla, till Bowler. of the 4-4 on a pair of walks with Indus. S. Wblto Men e.
week.. Dora Jean A.5.o. and Ed Orberlch Effective May 1, and continuing through Oct. 30. the fol. slammed
Tie For First Fnal ....dl... In eeeond half Bass are beginning to hit the bases loaded. He RACES
fee schedule will at Lake Venice
'top three _..." and-O-8un 111'... lowing summer prevail : good in the Myakka River according out a double to drive In the .
2414 : Pure Oil 41-17 Edward. Awn (a) Prepaid greens fees:
of the
to reports from Snook final two tallies game N
Inn 40 21. Pl.yoff .between Craii Fur (1)I) Smgle $50.00 plus 3 per cent sales tax
.II.ro, f,ret ha f ."nner. and Land-O Haven These catches were Sarasota Federal was only : enjoyable
In ConferenceThe Sun .... won by Cm i"> Furniture ((2)) Husband and wife, $75 plus! 3 per cent sales tax registered: able to garner three hits off GOLF N EACHE
Blatok. Innrance Brmeta Domln. (b) Daily greens fees: the combined offerings of Mike
unean Chevrolet 2U-JSO: DuncanChevrolet Lou and Bill Stusak day of RACEL
White Sands Conference IMn-imi. Bowler of the (1)I Nine holes $1.50 plus tax. Iowa _
baseball season ended here week. Helen Wrlehl. and Pat HIIL F nalrtaiHtitin ((2)) 18 holes $2.50 plus tax. three 4-lb bass three large
tx,... Chevrolet 11-47: cats and Curt Schmeer TRY LADIES ADMITTED
( ) Juniors 7 through 17 WORLD'SLARGEST
c :
and 14-0 age
Tuesday a victory by WollVr. One-Hour M.rtl.II.. 1141 ;: FREE THURSDAYSC
Sarasota over Venice gave theSailors Cu.tom Ine Nome. 71,41rnniannlty ',. (1)) $6 00 for the six month period. two bass. [-1 SARASOTAGOLF

(rl:, a tie with Southeastand Adk na r.....111. -: Polly M....HenderaonPlady. Power.week ... ((2)) All juniors on family prepaid fee are exempt Jetty catches not turned Into *5155055 ctWMT? CLUB CENTRALL

Riverview for the league R....'. DNq. III: Bob Horn. FI..I from this rateSCHEDILE. either bait and tackle shop in. AIR.coNDITIONING
".t.1, B.eh. IU: 1. Doted. OF JUNIOR PLAYa 1 I Call DAilY GREEN CO AA
crown. Boot ,'. Pumlum 541: 015100 Adk,.. eluded five blues and two I7in run wnuiM : I U VALET PARKING
All three teams ended conference rod Fi..t NItIo..1 Bank. I6a: It,.. Pod.Iw' ( ) Mon..Tuel..Thurs..Frl. 8:30: arm. to 5:30: p.m. mackerel by T. W Marvin of = HUGH FEES . . B
play with records of .. .11.Eels_Stump Fhnp. ..2116.Meda_Sanborn..... .t and'h. (except when special events or leagues are Nokomis, and six blues and SMUCI 1n McPHERSON I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.I BRADENTON ROAD

five victories and three defeats D. Dea erly. Polly Henderaon converted scheduled). I several mackerel by Neal Winnie I I South+ of Sarasota BETWEEN 41.301
the 74-19 .pOt. Standlnn, Devlin P59-139 4886567 .
Palmetto was fourth (b) Wednesday NO GOLF of I .A
Goose. 41 II Hood Dairy. t, II Soperlor
with a 4-4 mark and the Indiana Heat nc: Toollnt II H.II' (c) Saturday and Holidays 1pm. to 5:30: p.m,
were last with one win -- -- (d) Sunday 8 a.m. to I p.m

and six losses The above rates and schedules are certainly an Incentivefor

The lone Venice hit off Sarasota Mrs. Mack First families, associations and businessmen to enjoy golf together

's John Beatty was a sec- .
ond inning single by third baseman SIMMER: SCHEDULE

John Knott. Terry Caudle Lady GolferTo (a) Thursday May 7. 10 a.m. THEGOLDEN
started for Venice and hurled (1)) Start of Womens Beginner Clinic This clinic

two innings of shut out ball Get Ace At LV will continue for five weeks CROWN

before the Sailors exploded for (b) Leairues:

eight runs in the third fame Mrs. Barbara Mack a MeCeesport ((1)) Men s handicap hole league will start on Thursday
Bill Brown relieved Caudlein May K at 4
Pa resident who ,
the fourth and gave up four (2)) All area golfers are eligible to join this league.
spends winters on Casey
runs Gary Whiteaker finished Key became the first woman Just call me at the club and give us! the namesof FIRST PUBLIC SHOWING FRIDAY APRIL 17th
up and was touched for three ,
golfer to register a hole in-one your
hits and two run. .
(c) Ladies League: --" -- .
at Lake Venice Golf Club last
The Indiana travel to Sarasota ((1)I) Same as men. Date has not been set as yet.
when she "
Tuesday to meet Cardinal Wednesday : .
for an ace on No. 13. (d) Junior Clinic and League:
of the two teams
," they Mooney have, one defeated this season She used a No. 4 iron on the ((1)) Starts first week In June .< r ..

: League officials are expected 150-yard hole while playing a
;. to announce playoff dates round with her puests Mr, and "'-" VOTE FOR .'
f and sites for the WSC champion Mrs Kyle Burnett. Witnesses ""' '
i r ... ...... -
aid her tee shot hit the -
River- green
f. hip this "I ..- !(#; .'
\ view has a Ire-dv cooped the and' rolled a short ristance Intothe
football and basketball titles cup
I t J for the 1963-64 school year. She tied a course record I 'd: DEMOCRAT ;( il't

(1. Sarasota won all three crowns when she fired a 37 on the back I ,

in 19 2-83. the first year the 9.I Mrs. Irene McPherron club
I 11" conference was in operation. champion in the Lake Venice Constable t

I \\omen's Golf Assn. la coholder .

Instead of envying the young of this mark.

rm grateful my youth is behind District No. 2 :2, ,
me. Mocha, Yemen la the place t.so_ 1"

where according to tradition Paid Political Adv. :I'tfJft; :
coffee was first brewed -


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\ Women Now Can Wear Haurbach Served DucklingTo

Gourmet Club And GuestsRoast

Long Island ducklingwas oratorical activities. He
Their Own Cabanas the piece d. resistance at In 1901.
To Beach.
the dinner served by Chef du He later attended Armour Institute
Jour Carl Hauerbach and Executive in Chicago as an electrIcal

you can lave money Chef Col. James Kalec engineering student and
Girls this summer on beach .w at the April Gourmet Club din soon 'joined the AT&T Western
fusing rooms: The latest ner Wednesday at Myakka Electric Co. subsidiary with
Is to wear your cabana. t Lanes Gourmet Room which company he stayed for
!bung has become terribly chic 7 i The duckling was served with 43 years until his retirement.
a down to the sea In an au. apricot and prune dressing and During WWII he was general
accompanied with rote kraut foreman of the New
Z/ntic! copy of something bynmr (Kearney)
the tentmaker and set t with Surinam cherries. Dan- Jersey Waverly shops. 'ter
J simply by raising a ish rolls, maple mousse and He met Mrs. Hauerbach of
up camp : wafers completed the menu. Oak Park in Chicago when she
your acme o,0:7\ Assistant chefs were Dr
of all was a member of the Swedish
There! in the privacy Tommy Thomas and Van Carter Choral Group and they were
itretchsble you ,
that married In New York City
modestly Into or out of your Table arrangements In
i. SUit, and all the while were Through his brother, famed YOU MAY NOT BELIEVE YOUR EYES but the two worthiesabove
hithlJig iwlmminf pals are think. charge of Hal Hayes and musical comedy composer, Otto say this Is how they got the ducks for the duck dinner
Yr George Hough and Mr, and
your merely doing the \H' Harbach they met most of at Gourmet Club Wednesday They are Dr Tommy Thomas,
Mrs Nell
you're Ingerman welcomedthe
?, r the theatrical greats In New left, and Carl Hauerbach, right, chef du jour of the Wednes- i
rust guests, members and their York and have greatly enjoyedthe day night dinner Dr. Thomas assisted
It ii cheaper by a dam site, { wives. New York reunions.The .
_by a lake shore, or by some. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hauerbachs transferred
vxly'l swimming pool, or any. Bernard Freedman of Toronto, to New Jersey and after his retirement -
there for that matter. Canada Mr. and Mrs Frank have traveled extensively 1

And It's cozy When you feel VanWyk of Venice and Mr. finally settling in their ComparesGet !
wet and clammy, the opaque 1 t \ and Mrs. Robert Durham of Gulf Manor home here. They
cotton fabric serves as a towelto Cincinnati. have three daughters and seven -
1 President Bill Court
off. Absolutely no paid grandchildren
dry cabana you can make that tribute to the late Dan Ma- the best car rental Heal fromECDNDCAR

other ititement. \ \\ honey, club historian, and I

Moreover, the mobile cabana presented the chef du 'Jour hat Wavell Visits
to Hauerback.
vhs 1 charming while occupied.
shift that outshifts ellilla Norman Patton reappointed
The the waist historian and publicity chairman HighDr.
at to
belts k A
create a blousy kimona effect, read the life story of the Bruce Wavell of Rollins the onJy'diffecence is the low price /
chef du jour.Hauerbach.
the bosom for an empire S' Winter
n under \ College Park spent
The bias-cut sash was brought up In Offers MORE Costs LESS
look. Salt Lake City wth! six brothers the day at Venice High School you you
ilia doubles as a turban when recently discussing the many
not circling the figure.As and a lister and receivedhis different aspects of mathe. I FREE Pickup or a You Save up to 40%
cer college
shifty as it is. this gar. education at Whitman matics with teachers and stu Delivery et
College] Walla Wells a Credit cards honored
anent isn't sneaky. Bold diago- dents.
and screaming colon Washington where he received Dr. Wavell's Safety Seat-Belts the hour
,il stripes medals for his athletic topics were New By day,
announce its arrival to and Math, Logic and Paradoxesin a Gas, Oil, Insurant week or montb
bathers along the coast and all Math. The Rollins math pro-
the sailors on ships at sea. Memorial Rites fessor Is a member of the Visi
The! pity of it Is that the Set For i it i in g Scientists Program, Drive our New
wearable cabana may take Saturday whose aim is to further an interest
erne of the challenge out of By UDC ChapterA In mathematics in high automatic shift 9 9

batting suit changes along the memorial breakfast Saturday school students 2-door VALIANTS. $3 :
!Riviera., Donning and shedding at Maas Everglades Room Venice High School has par. ,.. ....__ I
bikinis in public view without I Sarasota, will mark the Memorial ticipated in the program for Also other fine ..... tar 24 ea

baring too much more was be- QUICK CHANGE ARTIST AT THE BEACH Later the unwrapped tis>han becomes a belt, Day celebration of the the past several years CHRYSLER PRODUCTS Oar oM.MR rW. t i
caning quite an art, and quite is the bathing beauty at left preparing to shaping up the garment designed: by Fern I Col John A. Fite Chapter at slightly higher rates.;
l tourist attraction, too. change her suit under her tent-like shift. Squires United Daughters exf the Con
indeed, we wouldn't be a bit federacy.The Swim
nrprisfd if the French banned Ins 7
breakfast will begin at
Some species of night-bloom. 0 JUST A PHONE CALL AWAYTO
tin false modesty eventually. 9 a.m.
Contract Plans Water
But at least the traveling ca. ing flowers are especially Bridge At 10 a.m. the members will J RENT A CAR, DIAL 488-1096
adapted to attract and feed
lena to have a great
appears reconvene at Rosemary Ceme-
!Han with the modest America bats, thus assuring pollination.The Charity Game On tery, Central Avenue, to place AT
swimmer! with an Income longnosed bats of Arizona SaturdayThe flowers on the graves of con GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER
Warm Mineral
ton: modest to want beach shell- favor blooms of the giant: sag- federate veterans, John Bun-
uaro cactus.IHAV Venice Contract Bridge American Contract Bridge Venice Center
sot yan Kennedy, James Jackson Shopping
Club is sponsoring a charity League to the American Can- Holland
bridge game Friday at Venice cer Society and the United and Jacob, Richard BurneB P.Chaplain.McDaniel Springs CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER

Civic Center. Cerebral Palsy Amos Members wilt also decorate RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING
12 Miles So of YetuoaOa
\\ April Meet Play will start promptly at I Donations will be $1 per play other graves during the ser*. US* 41
7:30: p.m. er. Light refreshments will be I Ice. tarNa/asaae.eaalasaraumdaaalraa Iiiiiiii ii iM iiio
The principle game will be served. I
duplicate under the directionof
All bridge players; of the
Mrs Elizabeth Deeds. Winners
The House be Venice and Sarasota area an
at duplicate will a-
invited.Of ,.. ...
warded master points and frac- po--- --- -- I
tionals at the same rate as on
n*April meeting of the Ven.In nounced by Mrs Samuel Cut 0
regular master point nights. the than 50 million
Mesdames Milton
Hospital Auxiliary Volun- ler Sr., were: .
Arrangements will be madeto enrolled in school at the startof '
teen Monday was attended by Ames William McKnight,
10 ladies including five new J. Odell, J. Ritchie, A. Swan- accommodate any players the 1963-64 school year, U
members and four guests aon.r'. H. Schurr, Barron wishing to play rubber bridge million were in kindergarten, TheirCollege .

Coasts were Mrs. S. M. Baler, Simpson, Harold Stockslager, rather than duplicate. 31.2 million at the elementary
Hn. Phyllis Prescott, Mrs. H. E. Sellect Rex Sowle, The entire net proceeds of school level, 12.4 million kt '
Irent Voelker and Mrs. Jo James Swapp, D. Sykes, A. C the game, plus a liberal donation [ high school and 4.3 million in
from the club treasury, (
J, H. Could-Cost
Anne Patterson Traver, Dale will be distributed through the college or professional school.
Guests speaker was Mrs. Williams W. H. Watson, C S.

Ray Perkins, West Coast! District Weber, Barney York.
! Director of the Florida Mrs James Swapp was In
Hospital Assn., who told the charge of table decorations.The .
group about the coming Hospital meeting was held at St. DECKHOUSEAT $2OOOi:
Auxiliary Conference on Mark's parish halL I

May 21 at the Bradenton Civic ,
Auditorium. Mrs R. Benedict, THE JETTIES
chairman of the Hospitality Club Announces .
Shop in the Manatee Veterans CLOSED TUESDAYS f
Hospital in Bradenton was Voting Change

mother honored guest gone fishing! t
Service chairmen gave the Announcement of the Eighth

Mowing report of hours and Precinct voting place from the .....,_ SALAD-SANDWICH LUNCHEONSMonday t ,
number of workers for their Trailer Park to
"rvices! during the month of Venice Gardens Recreation Wednesday and Thursday 4> 9 y

March: Visitor's Desk, 234 Center was made at the meeting YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES 1 7S rs
hours 24 workers; switch. of the Eighth Precinct Republican
wd, 361H hours, 22 workers; Club last week Including Our Famous SoW fiat je a

Hospitality Shop, S8J hours, 4Sortm The club, in other business FRIDAY and SATURDAY e
; knitting, :353 hours 10 endorsed Mrs. Helene M. Morris c ry'e
orker; morning aide, 146"4 of Sarasota, treasurer of LOBSTER SPECIALOur

hours, lg workers; evening the FFRW, as candidate for Regular Men Araihkh N'tghttfl r i
side briny, 38V4 hoon, six work- the district. I Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6 p.m. v
Ira; medical library, two Candidates for the various
win, three workers; X-Ray. offices gave short talks during ,
* hours five workers; central the program session :

"PPly, 38 hours, three work- .. ... _--__a 0 f
tl'l g ryasfib\ : a.
; laboratory, 164 hours,
three workers; plants., five
hours, one worker; blood bank 1 LESLIE C. o a v nr C

194 hours, four workers; medi- r Kn. l
eel! records, 7V4 hours, two
orker>! receptionists, 99 c
hours, 13 workers; telephone MILLERGO.P. 6
2 if hours, six workers; emer.lency ,,

room, 164 hours. 121rOrkers
Eye Bank, three
hours, one worker; Candy J I Ij Ia CANDIDATE DISTRICT 3 --
str'lrs' 203 hours 29 workers w
; theraphy, 10% hours, one SARASOTA COUNTY THE SCHOLARSHIP ctIBoiS.
Corker; typing, six hours, one J
Corker Total, 2476 hours, 222 a large part. If tWr pareitt

Is rkers.Members were urged again .1 CommissionerBELIEVES join now-and save S10 MOLLY

take out subscriptions for
Cherry J Chatter, the Florida
Nsoclalion! magazine. An TM faced with a $20,000 coBege U8 for year No boys Weir sT riwyVc car radar mare

Hostesses! for the day, an- Just join the Scholarship Club oDd yow worries ore over. AD Joe do II joie oral. then start

a sayings account You save $10 monthly (if your child it MV ndcr three).
fffLVy {?.:<*
PLUMBER Sarasota County hat the greatest economic penibility:>> on Florida's West This savings account is arrays roars and yon never have to spend a cent of It V JOlt dealt

Coast, and that our natural beauty and charm it our greatest asset want to. Yoi merely donate the earnings the Scholarship Club. Daring the) last Ate

Leslie C Miller will work to the end that taxes do not become more oppressive years of college, your child receives enough money from the Scholarship dab to pay a large)

WL NAVE and thru good business practices, suppression of useless spending, and part of his expenses many, many times more than year savings account earnings will total
BATN UNITS a dollar's worth of value for every dollar spent, raise our standard of
n+a7 aac T getting achievement, and possibly lower the fax rate. This is a unique program which we sincerely recommend. Don't delay. Ooty ctuUree) nder
six ore eligible See one of our officers today for complete details.
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VOTE FOR HIM MAY 5thPaid vx *

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$500 BOND added to the vote total of the contestant turning in the Will "be added for the Third Largest Amount of Money Will I be added for the Fourth Largest Amount of Monty
Second Largest Amount of Money t this+ week turned In this week turned hi this week.

For Entrant* Reildlnr' Venice Oatstd* of City LhnlUef LAST CHANCE TO "GET IN LINE" TO WIN A PRIZE


After the Ford and nOeIn' cub have been (warded
the. entrant from this district with the next THESE BALLOTS LINE UP THE PRIZE WINNERS
highest rote total win be awarded the DtstrIctPrtaeNoentrantcanwntwepry


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6300 btu/hr. 115-V Room t .E.

1 $2482.50 FORD Frigidaire Dish Washer AIR CONDITIONERTHIS


2-Door Six Cylinder Conventional Drive With Standard Shift Seat Belts THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY

Heater and Defroster Oil Filter and Air Cleaner Turn Signals 2 Year 24,000 Mile ENTRANT Supplied By and on Display at

Guarantee. Any Entrant Can Win This PrizeWINNER

Supplied By and on Display at VENICE






IT IS ALL FIGURED OUT, on a bests of 40 tension or "second payment" subscriptions. Contestants don't have to I**
40 subscription to get extension vote Any number of subscription will yield votes according to the attention or "second w
I! moot" schedule.The .
contestant who are determined to win will let a goal for a large number of attention subscriptions and get them" Moss,
i MUST BUY OWN LICENSE PLATES AND PAY STATE SALES TAX the contest closes May 2. This table merely shows how fast votes stack up on attended. subscriptions. All votes are figured laity
includes the votes that each subscription earns, 200,000 votes on each $30 worth, and 25,000 for Tuesday and Friday ,..pom.HERE'S .

: To Be Supplied By and Be on Display At
40 $9.00 "Second Payments" ($360 worth) yield .............................................. ....... 6,025OOOVOTIS!
j BILL PHILLIPS FORD COMPANY 40 $500 "Second Payments" ((200 worth) yield ........ .. .................... ...................... 2,425,00010,
40 $4.00 "Second Payments" $160( worth) yield .. .. .... .. .......... .... .. ...... ... ..... ......... 3,425,000, VOTES
1 "the most afordable fords In llorlda" A $9.00 second pay Is an extension of a I year $500 subscription to e 3 year $14.00 payment.A .
$5.00 second pay ts an extension of a I year $5.00 subscription to a 2 year $10.00 payment
U.S. 41 SOUTH VENICE FLORIDA 488.6787 A $4.00 second pay M an extension. of 2 year $10.00 subscription to e 3 year $14.00 payment.


Price and Schedule of Votes for New and Renewal Subscription Second Payments are extensions of subscriptions turned in In prior vote periods. Anyone who has already given a tubtaip1*
to any contestant can mate a "second payment" up to $9.00 ana the contestant taking the second subscription will receive voU"
rnovE wwsw The GONDOLIER IM E. MIAMI AVE. according to the following schedule
Anyone who has given any contestant a one year, $5.00 subscription can mate a "second payment" of
The following number of votes will be Issued for iibscriptions during the ".500 Subscription Contest $9.00 get 2 more years credit. and give .. .. ............ .............................................. 90,000 VOTE
Ird PERIOD FINAL PERIOD $5.00. get I more years credit. and give .. .. ...... .........................................r........ 30,000 VOTtS
THE GONDOLIER Tin April 24 Tbra May S Anyone who has given a two year $10.00 subscription can pay-
PRICES VOTES VOTES $$4.00 get I more years credit, and give .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .................................. 60,000, VOTB
t Tears ..........M $14.M M.OOO 75,009 200,000 club votes added to above on each $30 worth of subscriptions.
Tear ............ IIM U.tOo K.OM
; 1 Tear ............. 10 7,000 6,000
Add $1M per year 200,000 VOTES ADDED TO THE ABOVE FOR EVERY $30."
I. This vote offer secured and turned In this week and
to above oat of Ute. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN. good on subscriptions next. INorigill.1
I 5,000 EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SCBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON TUESDAYS: AND FRIDAYS BY I P.M. 2. If the First Payment was NEW then mark the "Second Payment" RENEWAL as credit has already been gi ran" *

; NOTE: All money turned In counts on $30 elaba. Ne rabscriptiona accepted for lei than 1 year or mere than S subscription. ascription **i
3. Thai words "Second Payment or Enlension" must be marked plainly on subscription receipt. In order to be JIlt
year In advance Payments count from present date of expiration. Sea Inside Cover) is a "second payment" or extension, ask person giving subscription If he has already given a subscription to 101M e"I 1 jj
GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES contestant at any time during the contest. Securing subscriptions and marling them "second payments" when they are 110Ic .
not be tolerated and will result in a loss of votes when checked back against the record of subscription already w.' *
AND WIN A PRIZE THIS WEEK testents must not split subscription to get extension votes

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IF YOU PAID $5.00 for I year In the 1st or 2nd" period you CAN PAY $5.00 for one more year and give favorite 30,000 votes
IF YOU PAID $5.00 for I year in the 1st or 2nd period, you CAN EXTEND THE SUBSCRIPTION TO ) year for $9.00, give favorite 90.000 vote
I How Prizes Will Be Awarded IF YOU PAID $10.00 for 2 years in the lit or 2nd period, you CAN EXTEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR one more year for $4.00, give favorite 60,000 vote*.

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Entrants, under the rules can win prizes as follows:
I T I!;. The person entering from Southern Sarasou County THE GONDOLIERP.
I "':' r t or near the county line In an adjoining county: who secures EXTENSION ORDER BLANKTHE MAKE IT O. Box 746 '
;, the largest vote total by any or all of the methods
;.{ published In this announcement will be awarded the NEW GONDOLIERP. Venice, Florida
1964 FORD two-door sedan or cost. The winner pay O. BOX 746 Gentlemen I went to take advantage ef' your SPECIAL SUBSCRP
fsjs 1' state nothing sales extra tax., but must buy own license and pay the VENICE, FLA. 3 YEARS OFFER to SAVE MONEY.

The entrant finishing with the second largest vote Gentleman: I have given s $5.00. one-year subscription to I am enclosing my subscription for the amount checked be'1D '
di total will be awarded the $500,00 CASH PRIZE.
one of the conteitents.I $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 80,000 VOTES
it i After the Ford and $500 prizes are awarded, the entrant FOR
t residing outside of the city limits of Venice with I AM ENCLOSING $9.00 MORE TO MAKE IT 3 YEARS $17.00 for 3 year outside Fla.D .
the next largest vote total will\ be awarded the $500 U.s. VOTES
{II SAVINGS BOND or its cost. FOR $14.00 and want the votes credited te: $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 30,000
After the $500 Savings Bond Is awarded to some en- $14.00 $12.00 for 2 years outside Fla.

I trant out of Venice the entrant with the, next largest vote .................................................... D $5.00 FOR VOTES
I total will be awarded the NEW $ U FRIGIDAIRE 1 YEAR & 7,000

I t' MOBILE The entrant DELUXE having DISH the WASHER.next largest vote total wilt be MY NAME IS ...................................... $6.00 for I year outside Fla. '
j I 1' awarded the NEW $20995 GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR SAVE MY NAME IS .J -
( 1 q; CONDITIONER. MY ADDRESS IS ................................... MY P.O. ADDRESS IS -"""" '
i be paid ten percent (107.) CASH COMMISSION on the Subscribers Out of Florida Who Have Paid $6.00 for One MY HOME IS ON --- :)
amount of money turned into their credit for new and $1.75 (Name of Read Street and HOW I Nor
\ renewal subscriptions to The GONDOLIER. (See Rule Year Can Mite It 3 Years for $11.00 MORE.
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;; I Venice 1y SALLY TU..East Grove City LOIS ALSTON GleaningsBy I

Twenty-eight year ago Mr. In Solopaal in the Province of
and Mrs. Lester M. Dull of Bienviento. His family consistsof Sunday guests for a barbecueat new craft "The Wifey." or
266 Venice East Blvd., were two daughters Antoinette the David Lewis's, Sand. Punta Gorda. HomeboundThe,
married in Saint John' Catholic (Mrs Nickolas Capasole) of spur Shores, were the Milt hit a stiff nor'wester In Chan
Church in Stamford Conn. Philadelphia and Yolanda Davises the Ben Gabrielscns lotto Harbor that delayed then
The bride the then Sophia Ra. (Mrs. Nick Gallantini!) of Clifton and the Frank Wotitzky's, return
fa, was" given in marriage by Heights, Pa. water-borne in the Wotitzky'stheir -o-
her father Michael Rata, and -0-
Recent visitors to
immediate member of the second home in St. Louis Englew-vj
Mrs. R. N. Gould Is again and Grove City were
attended. This the Harold
family past Mo While there they attendedthe -
week the Davises had the conducting her cancer collections honorary services bestowed live on One
J from her home at 225 east coast now but
pleasure of viewing the scene upon Mrs. Moore's father, Mr. were *
Venice East Blvd. She tried her many years residents
of in here
their the Gulf
wedding C. L. McDonald for 75 years
Theatre in Venice Saint John's plan last year and it workedout membership in the Blue] Lodgeof Their Interest in the old home
church was the scene and setting so well she is again send. the Masons. During their surroundings were shown by
ing notes to all of the Venice leaving a subscription
of Otto to
Preminger's "The that
) absence from their home here most
East residents themof
the Moorea let friends of theirs GONDOLIER.www*
,4) CardinaL"0 The
an OPEN HOUSE at her
their house on Venice
home from 10 a.m. until 8pm. occupy
h Mr, and Mrs B. Charles East Boulevard. The two
On the note she asks them if
.. Zimmey, will be moving into it Is convenient for them to couples who enjoyed the Visiting the Jack Eldredj
the new house they are build- bring their contributions and Moore's hospitality were Mr. are Mr, and Mrs R yChes>
ing on Woodrose Way within and Mrs Richard Stannard of of Teaneck "
a !t join her in a refreshment J.. and son p.:
9 eJ >t
the next few months. A
note -- Wharton N. :J., and Mr. and trick and nephew
from Mr. Zimmey came with
the following quote: "We traveled Dr and Mrs. Alexander Mrs Ralph Hersey, from Cedar Chesley Teaneck was the Eld.
8,000 miles searching for Moore have returned from Lake N :J. redge's former home

____ __H___ our perfect retirement spot and .
fO....."' ".. photo b. Bob Obmdorfl found our Utopia at Venice ,
DR SAMUEL KAPLAN popular Venice medico since 1949, Mrs. Gerald Shell second vice-president; Mrs. Hubert Young East But it was beyond our
was e'e,.tea president of the Venice Junior-Senior Parent. secretary, and Mrs Hilton J. Ridlon, treasurer This la the fondest dreams to find also
Teacher Assn last week and u photographed with the women first time in the history of the local PTA that a medical doe- that we would be surroundedby
who "'il'. serve with him for the 1964-85 term The ladies tor has headed the group The Kaplans, who live on Spadero, a host of kind and friendly
are ,'ft to right;: Mrs Daisy Stevenson first vice-president; have three children. people.

The Zimmey'i are from Cincinnati .

KNOWLEDGE I Overbrook Gardens News/ mey business retired, Ohio from where formerly the Mr.advertising Zim with

Bigalow and Brown and Schil-
latos Mr. Zimmy was born in
By -
Madrid Spain, and came to
I St Raphael Alter Society Mrs. George Mayle- this[ country to attend Cornell
w.1 hold installation of officersrd Dr., have
t I University. They have one son
v j breakfast Sunday at theB past week Mr. Charles and five little girl
,-> Vis'a Restaurant after 9 The and daughter. grandchildren The son lives inMiddcltown
o',.lock Mass There will bejuest Mrs William Ohio where he i is
speakers. Tickets maybe Camp Atlanta, Ga associated with Armco. They
secured by phoning Mrs. for hope for a visit from the whole
Thomas Edmonds 474-1268 or Carlson and family after they pore settled In
Mrs A J Kroupa. 474-2550 before were of 1454 St. their: new home. Mr. ZimmeyIs SAFETY
Friday morning was her par. an ardent com\ collector, a
--0-- wood I hobby which he contracted
George Col-
Mr and Mrs Laurence Cod- i
I' from his son
In Higgins and
ner on Leawood Road entertained with

; Carlson will -0--
as weekend guests, their and
parents during The Edwin Hansen's will be
Kyntff grwmatng\ In 'tow, in daughter. Mrs. William Mud- on I
leaving next week for their
in administration gett and baby son, William CONVENIENCEToday's
government I yearly jaunt to Governor's Is-
and In knowledge/ of Florida, Jeffery from Champaign 111 Mr. land. N. H The Hansen's son
Mrs Mudgett and baby return. 1919 was given by
hold promise for a successful and family the Edwin Hansens
ed home the Odd Fel.
Monday and
tenure as attorney general." Jr, and their daughter and
where she and Mr. Mudgett are Rem even-
BRADENTON HERALD students at the University of ing << the and Mrs live family on, the the George Island.Neilsons On their all\ banting is designed for the maximum in safety and
Illinois Boca on serving
-0- Fun served cookies way north they will stop In convenience. Our 24-hour depository assures you that your cash", checks
n Mr Sumter S. C.. to visit Mr and
and Mrs. M T Dohon
entertained as a houseguest, Mrs "K" Smith and In Wash. and valuables ere in the safest possible place.
Mrs ington, D. C. thev will! spend
Ruby Gilbert from Alex
andra Va ,. from Wednesday to Herman at Fes-their !sister sometime and with brother-in-law Mrs. Hansen's, Mr. Our drive-in banking service allows you the same courteous
Saturday of last week
--o- To Mrs Street Edith last and Mrs. William Frieman. service and convenience that you always receive at First National Bank
a.sw Mr and Mrs James Townsend aHouseguests -
W )f Bayshore Drive enter. Marie Lewis at the home of of Vtnice. You need not get our of your car.
read. Dr. Y.
tamed Sunday as dinner guests the James E. Smiths on Sand-
hurst Drive are their former These are two more accommodations provided by us to make
I Harry Nor- neighbor from Solon Ohio
eye the the Bridge Mr. and Mrs Fred Oberocker. your banking I pleasure.FIRST .
Man a sot a -
". ical as ...\ and I'' ggr
come an official permanent I" NAME
sent Mrs. George resident of Venice East after \\ [ : IT msT IM UXK7C
Welcome ", George, New Year's Day 1965. That is !
and FIRST nATiOnAL !
North from East the day he retires after 46 [, ennK OF UEHICE

Little Newcomer years as pressman for Curtiss ''I'

Now Publishing Co Mr Goglia has *%* YENICI FLORIDA ,. ......,.
f is Kenneth Mc. a home here now at 277 Venice T l
W row Mommy will phone us, i Welcome eyes with a East Blvd but can only spend *n : ; rOlHOUlCWNlO tANHJetsmooth :: \:
Wagon hostess will visit you with a basketof plant their home on part of the time In it. At present *' \ .
gifts and greetings to let yoe know how eye Is Wednesday his other home is Swath. '.".,
welcome your arrival is and to congratulate Betty Smith more, Pa., but he Is originally'
your partots.WTelco fort << << going back up from' Italy where he was born ---- --
N. J.,

\OOWlgonJ the ject Mass Luxury Chevrolet

William Holt

Td> bna an '. Emerson a luncheon A. makes roads feel as smooth as the maps they're printed ont

PHONE 4a84SO$ *" sue. Miss Ann Loth- Run your finger over a map and find yourself place to go.That'i Wide seats with foam-c bloning front and rear. Insurious
_. las
-- Garden a preview of how it feels to get there in a Chevrolet. wall-to-wall deep-twist carpeting (this year it comes with

WELCOME NEWCOMER! In TrHsural'0 We've put what w.think the best suspension even the lowest priced Biscaynes). A choice of

Use this coupon to let us know you le here pledge I ;:; '; of Enele.i system in its class under this great highway per- seven great engines, all precision-balanced for
eves i School and former. A big husky coil spring at each wheel smoother running, with four raoothhifting
.BADDYJ NAME Ho I Mr Roger and double-action shock absorbers to soak up transmissions to match. Everything that make
Eye pDE l
ADDRESS Thomas Mc. bumps. Over 700 sound deadeners throughout Chevrolet the great highway performer it is.
I ( [ of sci the chassis and that spacious Body by Fisher to TIME So get out those road maps. And wherever

CITY Noon study at My- blot out noise from road and wind. you go, get off to a good start-dnring Trade
D Please (have the Welcome Wagon call on meD elate Wednesday. There's a lot of other JetmooU luxury, too. nine naew_nrnetaisas 'N' Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's.C1InroW ,

My Daddy would like subscribe to the GONDOLIER j ed children and Ipaid Coma rt>*

D My Daddy already subscribes to the GONDOLIER all Among and<< servo the

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of 575 Bay.
Doyle Keaser
Eales. Every.

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41 and Englewood Road Venice PhontPAGE 48d.30



yHUltStAY:) APRIL 23, 14


y A7-f A'V'' eye I Rambler Scores

; Another FirstIn

Test RunsRambler

has added new lus-
tre to its economychampioncrown
by again posting the best
mileage average in the Mobile
r 11fyyq" t Economy Run
tYi.jtfl A 1964 Rambler American
440 four-door sedan with 123
horsepower averaged 27.8336 .E '
miles per gallon on the 3,244-
mile trip from Los Angeles to f
New York The American was
rrr entered in Class B ((large engine -
compacts). It topped the
ti" c sr11 second-place Class B entry, a
t w Chevy II by 4.6 MPG. The second AREA BIGWIGS Just returned on Sunday Morris of Sarasota, treasurer FFRW and IiiI:
-highest overall averagewas from their second GOP Women convention, candidate for national committeewoman;
e 4r Np the 26.1191 MPG of a this time in St Augustine are the ladies Mrs. Harry J Barker of Venice. first vice-
It Dodge Dart entered in ClassA above who represented the Florida West president of the local club and ex-officlo ,
(small engine compacts). Coast Republican Clubs. They had done the member of the national FRW program plan :
The average of all 43 cars same job at the national convention in Wash- ning committee; Mrs Scott K. Woods of
entered was 21,7733 MPG. ington a week before. They are, left to right, Sarasota, first vice-president of the STEW I
This was the third consecu Mrs. S. Carl Shank of St Petersburg and and Mrs. Ann Lord, public relations member
live year in which Rambler Washington, the former Clare Williams, state FFRW; chairman of national FRW publicity
topped all other cars in the national committeewoman, Mrs Margaret and new chairman of the local club.
Mobile event Ramblers also Busbey, V-N RWC president: Mrs. Helene
have been victorious in all five
dt+ e Pure Oil economy trials.

Driving the Rambler again .,
this year was Les Viland an rr'

American Motors engineer ,, .".. f
All cars entered in the 1964
Mobile Economy Run were
equipped with automatic trans \

Wolfer Motors Inc, is the
I dealer for Rambler in the Ven-
ice are a.
(UonitotW photo" ST Bob OhMidorf)

THE SECOND ANNUAL REUNION of the expectant mothers on her lap: Mrs Charles Reiter holding Charles Jr., and It has been estimated that

dine was hosted Friday by the Visiting Nurses Assn, and Mrs. John Hunter and daughter, Jo Anne. The nurses, rear, man has doubled the body of
garuoU County nurses who taught the classes. Mothers who are Mrs. William McAddo. Miss Eleanor Goerl and Mrs. scientific knowledge/ In the past
I had attended the classes were invited and asked to bring Julia O'Keefe. Cookies and punch were served to all and the 20 years. More than half the
long) their youngsters Shown with three of the mothers and investment in research, suchas
youngsters played with a large pile of blown-up balloons, the national space program,
their children are the nurses The mothers left to right, are: provided for their amusement. I conducted in the entire historyof
Mrs. R. U Anderson with son Michael and daughter Diane, civilization has occurred in
the past 10 years.

Episcopate Set State ProgramA I BUYING OR BUILDING. .

three million dollar pro-- Some 1.500 people are schedul. YOU'RE AHEAD WITH OUR FINANCING
tram has been established by penencing the fastest growth
t the Episcopal Diocese of South ed to attend CONTINUED IN PERSON TO ASK YOUR SUPPORT
!Florida to meet the needs of The Episcopal Church in
the aging, college work and South Florida reports it is ex- Our home financing. : specialists are ready to help you witta yo*
hurch extension in Florida of the Episcopal Church in al. EFFICIENCY I Am Your Qualified and Experienced home buying or building plan
'Hie! Diocese will gather in of most any part of the nation.
!trial session May 21-23 to expand Presiding at the annual convention Republican Candidate For The Office Of Come in at your convenience. Discuss wi"Harry- Rainy or Paul
this program which is will be The Rt. Rev lamas the many advantage of a First Federal mortgage
nil M Its way to success. Henry I. Louittit, Bishop of the .
First Federal loam arc tailored to fit your ned*. Think of First
The\ 42nd annual convention Diocese of South Florida. He
of the Episcopal Diocese will will be assisted by his two I) Supervisor Of Registration Federal first.
n eel t In Daytona Beach. Dele- Suffragan Bishops. The Rt \ /
pain! both clergy and laity, Rev. James L. Duncan of Miami .
v.ill l attend from all parts of and The Rt. Rev WilliamL. : As Deputy Supervisor in thti office (where I have been for four VENICE OFFICE
[Central and Southern Florida Hargrave, of St. Petersburg
OF' : year), I am needed to help prepare for the May 5th Primary
I do not mate any rash promises that I cannot! carry out without 601 South Tamiami TrailFIR5T6J
I ,
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES ., permission of others But I DO promise, I will male monthly

r visits to oat South County branch I will have a votmq machine
t.1' available (as was the custom before wa were moved Into smaller
4 quarter) in the main office, as well as the South County branch,
j Let us style your favorite vase FnnrilT fM thOle who' wish' to faml4riz| | themselves with the machine

or ceramic: into beautiful lamps. if mil I J. ORB or Ilk questions. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTAMAIN
e Rewiring Ktttyling
Work by Eaperi.nced Craftsmen! Designers and I I VOTE MARY ORR IN 64 200 S. Pineapple Ave. 3550 S. Tanuaroi Tr. 361 Harding Circle

THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I Your Support And Vote Would Be Greatly AppreciatedPaid

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ABOUT ENGLEWOOD Lemon Bay Woman's Club was and Mrs Albert Loewer, treasurer fice and asked them please to We hall miss them very much. mishap. Virginia,distance Grace'in sister Grace while served him s
Mrs. Olive MaKay, The subject see if they were okay and to misjudged a a. sitting on the fioor FlriJ
of "Nutrition" was thoroughly Hostesses for the social come over at once. They were Sunday we were guests of step and sprained her and ankle.It had ly she heard Harold, her Itt .
I Banging It Outwith discussed and Mrs. McKay hour were Mrs. Kenneth Bix- held up with company who Jean and Ralph Lewis In South was bathed badly, and swollen bandaged, so ionic come trip in from t five hOilr
thought it was a wonderful ler, Mrs W. D. Hughes, Mrs. knew they were going out for Venice. They called for us at to be and her husband Sam called to him.on the Buy 'Ill
privilege to have fresh seafood A. L. Schellhaae, and Miss dinner, but who Just stayed until 330.: Up to their house for two she back to Arcadia. Her In a Jiffy Ih had hhn Ii
from Lemon Bay daily. Hazel Treter. Eleanor was nearly nuts. Manhattans, and a little romp drove and a Uf
done for. Grace la
Pat Bang The new slat of officers' Club meetings will resume They came along by 4:30.: Like with Shlela, their sweet old helping John Young Grace who was has had a stiff day to lee coining their for uIVtlRichard
were installed by Mrs William the first Friday in October. Greek's baring gifts. A huge dog. Then on to a restaurant stubbed his good new boon
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bliven and April 19, at 3 p.m. at the Elsie Ball Mrs. Roy Meehle president -0- bunch of red glads, a six-pack for another cocktail, a rare leg years Grace -o-
Mr. and Mri Robert Buchan. Quirk Library. ; Mrs. C. B. Meder, vice. Mr. and Mrs. Sista Huelga of beer, and a larg bowl of steak dinner with baked potatoes toe and her fell bad to limbs the floor and cane Helve new
an greeted members of the En. They are' also planning to president; Mi. Florence. came over for dinner with us freshly picked mulberries. We with melted cheese top, with him He lay from Newgarden, Mich."e
glewood Community Club at build up a record-lending sec Hight, second vice-president; the other night. We expected quickly then went in and ate. a delightful salad there couldn't until get he could up.turn himself spend a week with his ,,
their dinner recently. Mr. and tion, so be sure to ask about it. Miss Hazel Treter, secretary; them at 1 in the afternoon. They will be leaving us this around and get into a sitting and brother-in-law T!
Mrs Sewell Bartlett, new -0- Mrs. W. D. Hughes, corns When they didn't come by 4 corning Wednesday for their Grace Young called up today. and there he Mrs Merle Mr IIIi!
members, were presented to I The guest speaker at the end.of.theIeuon ponding secretary; Mrs. Karl we got worried. Called the home in Michigan so we won'tsee They are moved into their new B. Irving CIII 1//.
the club. Jerry Hamer, pro meeting of the Hoffman, financial secretary, Shady Haven Trailer Park of. them now till November. home, but not without some stayed. Supper time came and Call Road.
gram chairman, introducedfour --
"Young Ladies" straight ro..
from New York who sang several
clever parodies to well
known tunes. In reality, thegirls" CAGLTS PRIDE
were Bob Rugen Omar I THRIFTY MAID
Gibbs, Howard Frick and Clyde Quick Frozen Gov't. Inspected Grade A
Swepaton A short period of

community Serving on singing the dinner followed.com ( ICE MILK
mittee were Mr. and Mrs [ FRYERS
Dwight McCleery, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Hamor, Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce Chilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Ness, Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Ashworth, Mr. and Mrs 112 glass 39c whole 25c cutup 29c
Carlton Stevens Mrs. Marion per ib. per lb.
Berry and Jim Doyle.o .

" Mr. and Mrs. John Sites CELLENCE'U '' 11t' ._ mfi ,J"1."i: "" :'f ;Q'li;: ;B
from Lake Worth visited overnight

Thompson with at Albert their home and, Lemon Jane. yA"12JTMu. YOUR DIMES GO FURTHER WHEN YOU SHOP KWIK CHEK-MIX EM UP

Bay Vista The Thompson'sson RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER
and wife arrived this mom. U.S. 413 Men Marco Dr. SAVE 3c CAMPtEU'S TOMATO SAVE ft WHITE ARROW SAVE 3c AWEUD'lI1.IOWSTORE

ing.William They P.are Thompson Mr and Mrs who HOURS S "iiiHlOc Bleach '-t lOc Macaroni JfiS. *

have rented a house on Sun 9 sm.to9 pjn. Mon. thru Fri. ODp. r I r a IMIt rft 10
set for the entire summer. 9 am. to 7 pjn. Sat. SAVE Jc SUWAHNU *VEI KOBEY POTATO
They come from around Cleveland HI c. SAVE Ie ASSORTm COLORS ". 211'
., ..,..
Ohio -- .. Tomatoes u. SIx 10' ; & in SticksE'At R c. 10
Big Week Y FORK *
Mrs C. Barnett from Cleveland SAVE Jc UWANNR CUT cm 'O'p Guiq
Conn.. is visiting Mr. and F FREE BeaDS y N1.300 loe
Mrs. Harold Phileoic. Mrs. Bar- 3 IIIaR I0 .
csrrwtKnouua. . .
nett and Georgia have !gone!' to 301 CM IllC SAVES AMERICAN IEUIAtfc
the east coast for bit of a Itt. SAVE 3c THRIFTY MAID WHOlE WtRNR Pumpk-ID lie. 300
holiday leaving Harold to L/innerwari iiatCaa Spughelti c.. IRe
I j batch" it until they return.Ever .FREE Com :f.T.: IDe SAVE! HUDSON OK MARCAl 1. .
: since we have been SAYE *< SUNSHINE IRISH NaPhmsU Pi.. 10
down here we have tried to get TbisWeek 30* in I BenDS 1II.c..3OO 1 Id10' -
Creme De Casses, only 40 Potatoes CvSAVEJ
proof. Its French and a delightful DESSERT DIAMOND SA/TTY
thirds club soda onethirdCreme DISH ".. 310 I h es :

from a de straw.Cassis, stir Have and asked drink __ Wltl CMS* Fr*. Peas r r a 1 c. lODe / I / AYI 13< m ws i nAttva HONEY CRACKED:

and their brother tokAWSSwMersPwdttte SAVE ASTOR Wheat Bread 2 u..

when in Sarasota or Tampa to 5.1...e.v....... w::; Fa n.,. cw.w a '- 1 n 1_ N4 'fI& Sal! 1:: IC $AVe *c POCK DARUO ...11U
Jet it, if possible. And I0
you U.f 0.. a.rwd M TM O.e.wS Sausage c.
Venice.know what Why? Cot didn't it Saturday we remember in ;::cute a 1w.N. woeDine.s.awie .aw'T.e. :1.= M r. = /rr ///l/ Dinner. Rolls CM *, 5eIllSfl

the old Chinese proverb:
"One looks too far for things
near by Confucius wasn't far _
wrong, was. he?

The scouting party was a I ( 1
huge success. The Halls and '
the Limerts found a delightful I
soot, off Route IT, on the Peace
Hiver Another couple has
'Joined them, Mr and Mrs. Ira o o e
Gartee They left last Tuesdayand i
stayed until Friday, but L Iw
left the camps up as they are
returning again this week. _
The Ballantynes took the
"old gal" with her service and
hot dish over to the New York
Club. Mrs Arnall drove Johan.
na over to Join us. Nine new ; '
members, M there tonight We MEATS. .
are donating $50 to the Vet II RIB ROAST 69eWD
erans Hall for extra tables and CA-Gl-'E'sp'RID'rQU'ICIC"'Ro'zmGOVT. INSP.GRADE A *
: chairs s

Raymond Wentworth r.
i et.D salhaC:another *

: operation and is a very sick TUfW U. 4ge CHUCK ROAST 48'WD
J man. Can't even see the fam- .
1 ily. But his mind must be at PREMIUM -
I. rest, for he has a good son, WD BRAND u.s. CHOKE WO BRAND Oi CHOKZ run
i 1 Joe, who does a great Job on Corned Beef u. 49 --
the lawn. He is an unusual lad, FRESH FORK Rib Steak -791 Beef Stew15'
well spoken, polite and never
loses half minute Butt Roast u. 39c
a on the 'Job e W-D BRAND UAH rUSNGround
When its done, It'. perfect. AIM RIVER REOULAt ,

Mrs. Mae Evans-0- called on us Sliced Bacon 49c F Qwkk rrOUl Beef 5 u...*, $199
for a donation to the Cancer
Drive. We did, and she was on Sli. Bologna u. 49c
her way. 'Lomh Legs f' 1 I)
-0I -
National Library Week Is being Bologna >. 39c
I celebrated In April. In conJunction .!' tARNOW SLICED CHIP' ""_ II P. FIIICf Greel
with it,
they are plan
ning a short program honoringthe Beef or Ham msrPI ., 35: ,... 5 ge
I volunteer workers of the
Elsie Quirk and the Charlotte CI lf Mf nU\M.\ Lettuce
Public Libraries Light refreshments tXTRA 10P YAIUI f1AMPS
I will be served. All are .15 aa nww W5.. ..r
invited to join them on Sunday, Ilackhcrwlr IIeMy Ol.ne' '

) II.Card-.,..8a..sg:e7.nla$399_ I. FROZEN FOODS "; -EtGINChunk Sorlds of

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Lost !1 LegalLAURA Legal -

aa Fiaratlva': af the Ertata AND FOR SARABOTA COUNTY .
I. 8 and diamond wedding ring of John E. gain, Daoaand.Attoraari FLORIDA, SITTINd At A COURT.
LASSI jiJ1 s. on Nokomis Beach off pavilion Blair aad D.an, OF PKOBAfB.
Attorn.r, at I. IN REl ESTATE OF
Reward Contact The Gondolier I" N.,.'im.fublakl HARRY GUSACI ---*.
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v....... J1Mt... KOTIMV 1'0 e'RI'DITOIUJ
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Lots For Sale Apartments For Sale Misc. For Sale Business Personals 401 Bayshore Dr. or call Ilf HI:, 1%. V>tata T. atFVORBNCB )f.. TIM ar mar-.a::: whleh' ln t roa.th. Batata or altbar of 1I"1.r.rt

488- 221. BOCKIIIS.XOTlrB. QUSACK:, daraaaad, I... of e._.*
RATE MUST SELL TO 8400. FURNISHED Efficiency ONE WHITE STEEL enamel Dressmaking, alterations, draperies _. Coa.tr. Florida, to tha can Jd...
SETTLE Es- TO rtBTirTORSTO In the ConnrrOoarthouiia
oak of Saravrta Courttr
I tale, lot unit 13, Venice Car. Yacht Club Apartments table. 30"x40"x2V. Good eta reasonable 4IS-11U: Mobile Homes AIL CREnrroRs AND oTNRCP.RM7NS M ...... Florida wlthlal
Charge|, Rates. both Thursday deN lot Tarpon Center Rd pool, beach shape. Phone 488-4948. I HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST .I.l aalmdar month trom. the data a< tbaflnt
; Beach unit 1 THE ABOVE EKTATFi: .
of thla notioa.Earb
and| Monday Editions 2 lots Venice Groves You ; and low maintenance. Mortgage Male Help Wanted For SaleAIR Y. ara bar<*>r aotiflad aad .....,... publlratloa lain ar atmand moat ka *>
see available. Sarasota Phone T PORTABLE MOTOROLATV .. nia a, ..1_ or ........ whlebroa writing (form. ara avallabla from thaCottntr
S1.5C them you make the offer Byron 924-5325, Wilson. set. Perfect condition. GROCERY AND PRODUCE mar hava _I... th. .. a..ata. Iud..... oftlo.1), la dupllrata 0'
Markle Realtor Eleanor STREAM TRAILER, 22 ft. la the .r,... af .... Coantr Jadn ofKaramta .hall ..... th. DIm of _Idan.. and
easonabl; Phone 488-6378. stock clerk. Experience desirable Completely ..It. contained. C........ Florida la tha Lourt.at pat efflca addraM of tha elalmant
word ) Taylor, Associate. Ph. 488-4706. i RentalsFURNISHED but not essential. Will h_ ............ Florida wlthlraildmo. ,1. hall ba ...on to br. tha claimant, hla
((12 minimum| 2 WHEEL UTILITY TRAILERwith Top condition. Phone 4882878.BE I III ....... month. ,"... ... doW nI' ,airant. or hfa attornvr' ahall ba .--
Additional! 6c I rain right man. Top pay. the 05.0 phllntMS of Ihle ..Un Ruh ...... M. a 11.11 flllne fa (..hl. I.
$10 DOWN $10 Mo. buys 2 lots one and two bedroom attached tool box, $30. Breezeway Super Market, Venice .1.1", eo d.d soul he Ie ..ltl.. Inawll55t. mar. ba rarovarad br .dd.... to the ,5
In So. Venice. Price $550. Al- house. Walking distance Apt size Crosby Refrigerator, Florida. SETTLED when you return ", and mu.5. ,404 thi "... of amount of .Iat...), and anr ...h claim

CASH r&t... both Thursday son 2 loU So. Venice $623. One to Nokomis Beach Very A-l condition, $30. Call after 5. after the summer Buy this claimant', ., and ana pat.....offlo.. ba addrow..,'' of ta the br. or demand/./ not an flM. VM'ahull Y'' ho'/ mid

,nd Monday Editions lot Sunset Beach unit No. 1 reasonable. Call 488-6127. 488-5784. SALESMAN for Model Homes modern 2 bedroom mobile with 555.Mbn.nb his acini. ar hla, attornar, .. F..MRS. 01'''. P.'URAGI.
$1.40 $800, Any one of these! for $10, built by leading Sarasota covered patio, TV antenna or tt will bnoma void W.._A.rII.SOCx1US.BOow 10 M... of .II..., Ouaark, d........

down. For $20 down and FOR RENT Nicely furnished Pianos I County builder. License required. aluminum awnings and landscaped '&,. "AZIM: 5 I'HOII'rwGo AttainA.colts Brailford and Thomaa Smith
$20mo. 3 R. Masonry Cottage. Steinway Knabe Everett 4881474. lot in Harbor Lights. Florida P... L<.ht Btilldlac. I1T Wart Miami Momma
you can buy nice
|ll word minimum) Gardens lot, $1,950.a Buy Venice Modern kitchen and dining George Steck Winter Cable Owner will take $3B50. Call Van!** Florida.Attnman for th.. Jr...... Pub"i April Vanloa e,, K Florida, 23, 10. 1o .
AdditIonal! W Sc lot now and build later your area. Plenty of closet space. Nelson Fayette S. Cable MALE. Full time dishwasher. Venice 488-1867. Publish April II, M, Mar T, 14 IM4.
Byron Available for 6 months at $50.00 Hallett & Davis Apply Venice Yacht Club. IN THE COURT OF THE!: OODNTY
traa ta alaaaVajTlhrra MarkJe Realtor Ph. 488-4706. 1M THill COUNTY II1DCP (1OIJRT JUDGE: SARASOTA COUNTY
A.AB.c.I 10 akaraa a af -.. mo. See Mr. Nickel, 3rd door Musette' Players WANTED Driver-Salesman. Auto For Sale SARASOTA COVNTY I"LORIDA1M FLORIDA
JL M west of Nokomis Pianola PROBATE I. H' Pawb .1
-- arat.LTfLt Fire station Players
| ...aaa b H a.rtlwi -....... NORTH CAROLINAOver Hood's Dairy, Inc., 1301 S.V..nlN I. R. Rt".. ., WALTER: D. STOREY Pamajiil.IN .
irrtw Asa af tl *aa to south side Pavonla Road, No- Organs- Bv.Wa". '63 CHEVY 2 Nova Wagon 8 ANlR Mmcc!:,, PROBArETO
_.A.. for aa af .... Oa."". P O. 33 acres with 2000 ft. koml Phone 488-1422 or your Allen Lowrev NOTTe' or IlTFN"MON TO MAn: ALL CRfcOnons ANn P"RONS/
.q ..oboe. Ie .....- taafc rffl.*.. frontage on paved State local realtor, COMPLETE SELECTION OF cyl., power glide, power APPLICATION DISCHARGE. Iron FINAL HAVING rlArMH OR DEMANDS
Help Wanted steering and brake. Like new, AGAINST SAID FSTATKt'M
Highway, near Brevard N. REBUILT, RECONDITIONEDAND I N..... ta hunts (Ivan that 1 b... ra and sob of ram h..r Milo
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY C. AIRY APARTMENT. Utilities Reasonable. 4741598. fllad i my final neon u FaanitriK of ,
Priced for quick sale FULLY GUARANTEED and required to praunt anr .Ie''"
tha of Ann. M..ko l, doMa f4.
On Edition per Inch $3.00 $3,495, E. D. Edge Venice furnished Only $13.00 week PIANOS AND ORGANS WOMEN: WONDERFUL extra that I h... fllad mr ....It""'. for final> and mar d".dt hara ...which.I..t the rota.o...'thor.. of 0'WAUTFR son.
Editions Inch $3.50 4882289. J. W. Ponder, Vent Near hospital and market FROM $12"Florida's Income part time. Flexible 1958 FORD 2-door Falrlane 500 dl.... ..., and that on th. ink d.r of D. STOREY d"._. .Son of .aid
Both par ice 4886506. Phone 4884006. hours, Training provided. Work with 8 cyl. T.B. motor. Con Mar.,.A.D. "". I will apply la .. Hoaorabl. Countr. M th. Countr Judg. of 5aSow
Music Co.
Largest Coons Judaa of 8amaota Countr,
Oxtntr Florida, at bid offlea' In the
ads CANNON MUSIC CO. near home. Convenient for tact Mrs. Haxstun, Gulfbreeie Florida, fnr approval of old final nport 1 rnn j houM of ..Id Count at ...uo....
AH payabU ''n.dYIIIC. WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, TRAILVIEW APT. for rent by mother with children In school. Hotel. and for Hnal .I..h... .. Eaanltrll' of Florida. within, al. .,..d.. month fromth.
,ept at'abliihadCANCELLATION I 2 residential No. 14 & 13, year, Completely furnished 1301 1st St., Pleasant, dignified work. Stop .stab of Anna Monk.U. dp.MWMtThia ".. of th. flrat publication' of thu.worn .
llth dav of April A.0. 1905.RUTH noUre. 1.0 5,01', nI ....10 .1.,, or d.
IrCpMlte. Block 3, Unit 78. 4 Business, Automotic heat and air con Opp. Florida Theatre Fri. or Sat., 9 to 5, Sasser's, 1950 PLYMOUTH, 4-door, 8 cyl. DOUGLAS, m.... .h.1I he I. .IU... ..4 .h.1I alas
3. 4, 29 4 30 Block J, Unit 78. ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E. Open Thurs & Fri. til 9 p.m. 7657 So. Trail Sarasota. Ask stick shift, 7500. 1955 Ply Anna mitrli': M.hol of,th.D-Fatata. ofAlternant th. p1_ or wldena and pnnl off.Soaddr.55

or A. Gallo, 337 Gardenia Road, Tampa St., close to stores. Ph. 958-1019: For Mr Jim Jimison. mouth 2-dr Station Wagon new Smith and Thomaa to 01 b,the tba.1.h..I claimant, and hli 'Re.1.h.1I uatom. lot

ADJUSTMENT Venice Gardens. Ph. 488-3573. Tel. 483-1321. AUTOMATIC SOFT DRINK paint 'job, 8 cyl., good tires, au. tn Vanlea Wait FloHda.Publbkl Miami., Aranaa, and...nmp.lof," h.... r"",. r.,.
SALESMAN OR SALESLADY 01 ona dollar and .u.k sub or dooo.l
cancellation S still under tomatic, $150. Inquire at Isa.bell' April 10. it, M Mar t, 1M4 not Old .hi II b. I
for .. I. VRNK I! DDR. BKAUTT IN V.NIC1IM Vending Machine an
Rtqtittt RgSTDENTIAt Lora
wanted Town House
.. Apply Fruit Stand next to Port '. rOREYA.
I..1.. ottm .,. JOHN C *
b. of ALSO VENICE: BUSINESS sires warranty, for half price. B & W IN THE: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ..
ar tdjuttrrnfrt( c a u I e CALL IOU JACOBS. 4M-1I6T CALL. LOU JACOBS IIHT Apts., W. Venice Ave or write Hole Nokomis Fla. BdmlnUtratot tf ENtaUof
m.lt b. mad. forTh Auto Repair 829:: E. Venice Box Venice W.lt.r D.IPubllnh. n.. Aerem.A
error Gondolier BEFORE ELK: INLET Seawalled private 2 BEDROOM, I BATH Home Ave 488-3302.S 573 I.I It. Jr...... olrIORrPH PROBATE April S. I. IIcinb 5d 0054'It -
Iay Music InstructionCUSTOM a BETZ!: D.ANOTICE .
unfurnished. Venice Gardens.
boat basins E. L. Kilton, CAPABLE WOMAN to assist '
I ojn.. on Monday. For Monday Phone 488-3769. FT. MAHOGANY hali-cirele OF INTKNTIOfl TO MAUl
Bayshore Drive. Nohomis. in APPLICATION FX1R FINAL
woman. prepare MUSIC LESSONS
Gondolier BEFORE 6fjn. Coffee Table. Made In Grand DIgrHAROIS

on Thursday. 3 ROOMS air conditioned,, $81. Rapids, Mich., by Imperial meals. Call 488.5550.Situation Piano Portable Organ N ntm. b karabr .1... that I kava

BAYSHORE ESTATES 2 room efficiencies, $75. UUlitles $35. Phone 4BS-4942. Guitar Accordion. Special plan ffM i.mr....final af Ji..rpm rph C.a.Brta Fxaeutrivtha de..dt of I
PHONE Highly elevated, choice lot.IDS' Included. 488-2502. Wanted for students who don't have In. that 1 bar. fllad aw. patttioa for finaldtaoham.
SEWING MACHINES. Clean aad that .a th. 1Kb dar af ,
struments. Phone 9:00: to 9:30:
frontage. Acros street A.D. I will .., th. Hon.orabla .
1 10x9 FT. 2 BEDROOM Trailer Mar IM4 applr
488-3125 from' Roberts Bay. Beautiful OH and adjust. $3 SO George HOUSE PAINTING Wanted. 10 a m., 488-1475 Herman Vander Couatr Judra of Baraaota Countr.Florida .
12x37 ft. cabana. Phone Parti. 1030 N. Washington, years experience. Phone 488- Voort for approval of aatd final npnrtnd
view.I Reasonable. Phone 4881773. for final dlKharta u.trl.. of '
Saraxrta. t61-7885. 2658, Nelson Elchert.EXPERIENCED the ,.tta af JoMph C. Bat. 'sdA
488-5047. Pets For Sale Tki. lllh d.. nf AprIL A D 1 I4.DOROTITir .
2 ROOM APARTMENTS $53 NEW ADJUSTABLE Dr e i Woman would M. BETZ.tt. .

Real EstatenniSTJAL a month, including utilities, form 12-20. $S. 2 rug, 9x9, like convalescent or child POODLES AKC, 6 weeks old. ..,.I.,C.. of II...the. Daeaaard.Paahabl EaUta. .dJ..p5 tjiiip'K I

Monies For Sale 504 Armada Rd.. S. 3 room xX! trey green $15 and $20. care. References furnished Ph. 1 black, $100, I chocolate, __t 1..155' ... Tb..qvvr.'vs' *lfsHffiREAL
apartments, $8$, 516 Armada 4W-4KX 4M41M. $730. Write Box 4TS Englewoodor : Loma
) OPPORTUNITYEstablished Rd. S. Weekly rates also. Af.
can 474-1581. Aarfl. n. n. (a. Mar t, 1M4
ter S p.m. can 474-1509. Spedel
ration on Trail So. of hotiM lit a realistic price. for yearly tenant*-19 per cent .,. OftrfticM .mee. 01"1 I Boots For Sale .b

]IdOxlW ft. Frame Bldg. Jo.I Two bedroom, screen porch, discount April through September. tee, persenal, pocket or stock .egal I IIN
00. carport, cathedral ceiling 488-.143t 18-FT. LAPSTRAKE "PEN
150 nt ft. $%3. Byron THlt COUNTY JUDOE-a mi'RT
He Realtor> Phone 488-4708. walls furred out, paved streets, Yan. 45 HP Mercury.: Like IJ( AND FOR SARA'OTA COIINTT.

eta Call Englewood 474-1451 TRAILER with Cabana, ctr- LAWN MOWER, good condition new. Many extras. $1,400. Ph IN liE FLORID F.TATE. II OF PROBATK

evenings port screened porch, until Cheap. Harold's Mower 433-4922. JOHN !:. 6ENN:' D.......,.
]111 JT WATERFRONT S bed Nov. 25th. Dell Goodhart Pa- Shop Colon! Lane, Nokomis. Pr.h.ta Fib Na. t.| I
rooms. WILL SELL or TRADE Home. dua Court, Rt. 2, Nokomis. Model TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS' ).
h Inboard-out-
old. Town's End Business Personals 88 p. '
:2 I bedrooms, IVi bath. C.B,
Shore Phone IIM924- ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY board. Exceptionally w ell SAID ESTATKiToa
Large lot, deep canal, dock TYPEWRITERS and Adding equipped and ready for the are .h.rrhr aotlflao"! aad rorulradta
IM.: ( Laurel Vina. For comparableor Apartment heated pool. W. file alum. or demand. which .oamar Duplex In wonderful location. Small
Venice Ave. Reasonable rates. Machines (mechanically operated water. Get it now while the ha.. aralntt tha Eitata: of JOHN
larger home in Venice area Week month Phone ) Chemically cleaned, fishing's! good. A $4,000 boat E. SEWN IMrm.d. hta of SaranoUnntr.

APPROXIMATELY 4H acres 250 ft., Very reasonable. Ph. 4882464. I 483-3681. or yearly. like new. Just $12.SO plus parts FOR ONLY 2800. Hansen c"JOHN" .T Florid., GRAHAM' In the, .offlot....."of CountrJudia H... down payment with good terms on

wilh palms, pine trees It required. AU make. Venice Chris-Craft Sales, Inc., 1201 ta .ha Countr Court aDO_ .t

OB fmc Creek. Private road Reas-in NICE 2 BDR. HOME. Very APARTMENT one or two bedrooms 488-8111.Stationer, 211 W. Venice Ave. North Tamiaml. Trail Sarasota, Saramta.from Florida. th.. ,data within of tile.1.! drat nimdarmoatha pubUraUoa balance. For further informationcall
Minion Valley Estates. close to shopping center. completely furnish Phone 959-5515 of the Notloa
enable, 488-8707. Lovely shaded lot. Large well ed. Reasonable 500 W Venice EarH alalia. ar demand. mat ba lawritina.
488.6413 488-4196.
and I la dopll....I .hall sob the or
equipped kitchen. A tastefully Ave. Apply 9:30: to noon and Aeroplane Slw of ...Id..... and pmt inn. d.dra. .
$11,250Comfortable decorated home for only $12,- 2.30: to 5.00: p.m. SHEPARD .. of tho CI.I".t shall he ...onw
... .. .
hr th. CI.I. hid .t of hI. atwrn.
completely furnished 000.) Can be financed. Byron 140 CESSNA 350 hrs. SMHO, .I .hall b. aoeompanial, b, a SI.71
air conditioned 1 darkle, Realtor Eleanor Tay. 3 BEDROOM house on the LUMBER CO. Clean. Very good shape Ph. 1111.. f.a and. anr anrh rlami or dr.mand .
bedroom h o m e. Floridaroom Associate. 4884706. water. Nicely furnished and 1003 N. Washington Blvd. National not a .flM. .hall h. void. Tba
]tear, Phone 5-5765, Punta Gorda, 'III.. fai mar ha added ta tile amount
All electric. Bedeco- clean. Air conditioner, screened Sarasota !Of .'.1... ..d ..."". Sono. ,0. ba e5.wtn.d .. .
fom tb. Caner JMe9 offlfa. ,
cited inside and out. Nice I BOB. BRAUrr IK VF.NICB.Paadr porch and carport. Yearlyor can r
B.,. I f". Tim consider reserving for next
location, near store*. CALL LOU JACOBS, 4KS-MR season North Port Charlotte, ELLIOTT PAULfor HOMETOWN

NIce home$7,999 nice area. Assume VENICE GARDENS. Large 2 488-3681. ROOF TRUSSES '.--I CLAIM SFR VICE Real Estate CornerINTERESTED i

mortgage at $42 per bedroom Hi baths, panelled Call:
month Florida Cathedral ceiling. MODERN Completely furnished Alum Windows )& Doon.

Call Kirkter, Assoc., Ruth Call room.4885397. 3 bedroom 2 bath houseS Contract Roofing & Painting anrnaw.SI HUGH
KurkendaH': Real Estate, 2387 blocks from Gulf in Venice, PUM 418-1132 Venice MnAAN'rpAlw" McPHERSON ? WHETHER YOU'RE

So. Tamiami Trail Ph. 488- BEST BUY in Venice Gardens. June July August. Reasonable P59-142 188-4567 2 LOTS BUYINGSELLING

1664 or 474-2+45. 3 bedrooms, bath and half, pm.rent Phone 488-5052 after 8 3 Bedroom 2 baths, Screened SIDE BY SIDE IN OR

large utility room carport, Porch, attached carport Oil

WONDERFUL, Combined OPPORTUNITY professional- screened porch. On a large corner : 2 BEDROOM, Furnished apartment HOW ABOUT ONE OF THESE? heat Venice Gardens You're Best Value Are
lot. Terms as low as $1,400 105 East Aurora
kitchen and
Large 1350.00 each '
of small business u!* with down. 380 HUlview Rd., Phone
home Short walk to two shop. log room. Also a 3 room fur 17500.00 r
ping centers, schools, banks nished apartment. N. WIMMERS
on U.S. 41 corner. Room for expansion ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice rates. Phone 486-3785, Eves One on U.S. 41 On. at Beach Marina Martin S. Stancik

and parking. Byron section of Venice. Two bedrooms 488-5994. REALTOR HERE'M.
Markle, Realtor. Phone 488- two baths screened CENTRALLY LOCATED 221 W. Miami Av.
4708. porch and carport, 1001 Nokomis Venice 488.5443
on yearly or
Ave., So. Venice $14,000. monthly Apartments basis., Vacationers INDUSTRIAL LOT ON RAILROAD 486-5308 -
No closing
Low down payment.
welcome Armada Apts. 408
costs. Call 4888701. KERMIT L MICKLETHWAITREG.
itable business in Venice, In- Armada Rd., S.

eluding equipment Inventory GOLDEN BEACH nor gulf LARGE FURNISHED 3 room REAL ESTATE BROKER
should id buildings.be mechanically Interested inclin-buyer Two bedroom, two bath, Apartment.. Reasonablel Weekly Month Phone 801 I Laguna Drive Phone 488-4421 New bedroom 2-bath with nice
I Yearly.
*4. Ideal for man and wife ope. 30 foot Florid room 1y. UNUSUAL
488-3785 Eves Wonderful loca-
screened porch.
ftion. Can be expanded. Rees 112 ft. corner lot
one for selling illness Small en ON PRIVATE ESTATE, at Osprey OPPORTUNITYSOUTH

down payment balance art 519 GULF STREET two large bedroomapt. INSTALL tion. Small down payment. Easy

ranged ., living room, tfle bath, VENICE

IN VENICE 100x200 ft. Industrial 3 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot Frigidalre, gas stove and furnace terms. For information call Dandy two-bedroom, Florida

property on railroad city water and sewer. .TV, garage space furnished .; WEATHERTRON'!! Room, Tile Bath, Large Kitchen
tiding. Cash, terms or long Walk to school and store $7,250 or unfurnished. Annual 488.6413 or 4884196INTERESTED Stove Refrigerator Tarrazzo .
lease 30 per cent below costl) Call basis only $100 per month. Ail ElECTRIC HEAT PUMP ,
ON VENICE AVE., 45x115: ft. 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. Quiet no lawn to mow. Phone Floors, Carport, Very

!corner: business lot. Cash, Seaman, W8-2825. Nice Work Shop, Plus Utility
terms, lease. NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gardens Room. $8,500.

IN VENICE near railroad, :2 I bedrooms each side. 1 BEDROOM furnished apart
2 K?>x200 ft corner property. Central heat and air-condition ment. Yearly Inquire Ava MIATIMO H. P. HORN

Will divide. ed. Attractive lake location. Ion Apts.? 905 Barcelona. REALTORU.S.

PAUL E, NOWLAND, Phone 488-4885 or 488-8851. MODERN, alrconditioned ? 41 and Albe Rd.

Reg. Broker -1 available in South
stores COOttMO
Venice Ph. 488.1231 Venice Shopping Center. For Ph. 488.3785 Days

FOR IMMEDIATESALE information call 4885858. CORP H. H. Wlmmer.RealtorREAL Ph. 488.5994 Eves.

Rentals Wanted 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice. Fla. 488-5359 ESTATE AND INSURANCE

SUSBURBANYESTATES Agent for Western Union TeleqrepJi

VALUE-WISE WISE and ANNUAL RENTAL Furnished Monday tin Friday 4 to 5; Saturday t. I

BUDGET afford-to mn! the. or unfurnished house. 2 CLOSED SUNDAYS This
Highest County you can't or more bedrooms. All tmprovementf. Space
opportunities Heat, air condit- HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN

Zoning |I. 2 bedroom, 2 bath CB con Ioning. Write C. H. E., Box

3 to 4 acm sn-uction, tarrano floors,, 748. Venice. COCO PLUMOSA
double carport awning win- Available

PLATTED PARCELS doW wall and septic tank, Wanted

ROADS DRAINING Oil forced air. Good condi

UTILITIES ALREADY tion. See at 1211 I East Gate YOUNG MEN fulfill your milItary $1.95 and up FISHERMAN'S PARADISE

INSTALLED Driy. obligation with only six For Your,

ATTRACTIVE PRICES 2. 2 bedroom 2 bath, CB construction for months service active with duty.your local Return Ma. Large, 2-bedroom, I I-bath, living" room, Florida room,

LIBERAL TERMS terrano floors, oil rifle Reserve unit. Call 838-1911, COLD HARDY CB house on walled canal I on beautiful Myalls RIver
well'I and
Motion..1" to protect your In. space heat, carport Good condition! Tampa, for details. MANY FINE FEATURES IN THIS HOME FOR ONLY Real Estate
septic tank.
Iflnent carefully
have been
",'''''ad. Newly painted. 1203 laurel FORMER MARINES, receive FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT $12,000.FRANK I
each month
Street. fOIL ((4)) days pay

MISSION VALLEY for one week-end drill. Regular C. RAEBURN

SEE YOUR BROKERor credits toward retirement 474-2413 474-3223 REALTOR AdvertisementfHJRSDAY.

ESTATES cell plus the added earning powerof I
two weeks summer camp In 251 W. VenIce Ave. Ph.... 4IUMO 4J8-2M9 I
LAurel Road East 488.2233 ,
California in August. Call 831 .
Ph. Venice 488-3858
... 1911, Tampa, for details _




"" "mtm T H' G 0 NO 0 L I E. .. .... THURSDAY, APRIL; n. 'I9a .

t tk

I Arnall Warns AgainstTieinSky'Comeons Top Records r ,1e

Compiled by Rona Scan / 4V

Gilbert Youth Service, Inc.
It's Beatles versus Beatles Their recording of "Can't Buy Ayr4
Noting that mail frauds filch fraud VI'e would like to have My Love" has taken over the number one spot, pushing
millions from the public annu- prompt information from the "Twist and Shout" down to second place

ally and are increasing, Post. public in my iffice-and I will "Suspicion," by Terry Stafford, Is edging up the chart,
'.1 master J. Douglas Arnall urged see that appropriate action is and may surprise us all by making first place.

,. today that local residents taken The Dave Clark Five, who have number 10 with "Glad
take care in responding to solicitations All Over," will be making their first appearance In the United
from unknown ;
companies States on May 29 in New York City. The boys have another p
be true or" to offers too good to Auto Licenses song on the chart titled Bits and Pieces," entering for the L 4
first time in the 15th spot a

Arnall said the Venice Post Show IncreaseMotor New Additions: "Crooked Little Man," by the Serendipity
Office has already reportedtwo Singers, has dropped off, but the group has replaced it with
cases this year, where another cuite, "Don't Let The Rains Come Down"' (number
residents of the area have been vehicle licenses of all nine). ''

defrauded types issued in Florida passed Lesley Gore has scored with her tie rtw M 1 ir /{
again new offering '
the three million mark for the +'h al I a.r
Arnall went to state that "That's The "
on Way Boys Are.
7 ( first time last year, increasing ri
tie has received informational four per cent over the preceding Our last two new additions are "Hey, Bobba Needle" by
;t material from Postmaster year, the same gain as the Chubby Checker and "Money," the follow.up to "LouIe, .
General John A. Gronouski
Louie" the Ging ,
national average, the Florida by men
about the problem and that the r
rectal Service Is pressing a I State Chamber of Commerce Pick Hit of The Week: The lass from England, Dusty
strong drive against quackery reported today."PassenlfPr Springfield, with "Stay Awhile." .

mail land fraud automobiles totaled h
tiy promotions
,,.., .
2,373.812. up six cent -- '- -
gyp work-at home schemes and per :
trucks numbered 323,218, again This Last Two Reeks an ;; t. Middlemiss; recreation director Co':
the like MEMBERS OF Venice Gardens Recreation Center gathered George was In charge
He also noted that one of the of four per cent: trailers Week Week Weeks !Song' and Rerordlng Artist The List I the center April 15 for a potluck supper. Part of the large mittee members were Ann Lotham, Florence Geisser, Ann I
217,582, up four per cent; house area group that gathered are shown during the meal Mrs. Waterson, Laura Robb, Madeline Oram and Charlotte Burnet
stiffest prison terms ever administered trailers 112,351, up eight percent I 2 II "Can't Buy My Love" Beatles 3
to a medical "con ; and buses came to 7,810, 2 1 3 "Twist and Shout" Beatles 4 -
man" was given to Rov Wright up six per cent. The balance 3 3 "Do You Want To Know A Secret" I E'wood Club Fetes HopefulsENGLEWOOD I

DeUelles, of Pass Christian, included 36,501 motor cycles Beatles . . . . . 2 GRANT'S' "SKILLET" SPECIAl'Carry
Mss, who made an estimated and scooters, up seven percent 4 9 15 "Suspicion" Terry Stafford . 5 A capacIty teamwork among the Republicans -
$1.5 million peddling a worthless and various miscellane- 5 7 9 "Hello, Dolly" Louis Armstrong 8 attendance greeted the Republican of the county and congratulated

"oxygen therapy" device ous categories such as demonstrators 8 4 1 "She Loves You" Beatles . 12 candidates at the the Englewood- Out
I known as Detoxacolon. and duplicates State 7 5 2 "I Want To Hold Your Hand" candidates night" session of Charlotte County Associationfor .

DeWelles. was arrested after and local agency vehicles are Beatles . . . . . .. 13 he recently organized Engle- its aggressive action in the
tending out 10.000 postal cards included but federal vehiclesare S 10 11 "Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His wood-Charlotte County Republican western area of the county BUCKET of. .
promoting the quack scheme. excluded from these tabu Kiss)" Betty Everett . ... 4 Assn Republican County Hubert Spohn, of Manasota
lations. 9 "Don't Let The Rains Come Committeeman I. B Hopwoodwas Key, candidate for county com
In another recent case! at San I Down" Serendioity Singers .. I master of ceremonies missioner stressed the dire
Francisco, Edward H Johnson "The number of Floridiansper need for "efficient operation of
I 10 8 10 "Glad All Over"-Dave Clark Five 7 During a brief business session chcke0nk2
doing business as Com passenger car last year 11 11 12 "The Wav You Do The Things Hopwood announced that all county departments"
stock Land Company and E stood at 2 38 compared with You Do" Temotations . 8 ranting[ of the charter has Other Republican candidateswho
H Johnston Company, was 275 nationally The state Is 12 8 4 Pleaie, Please Me" Beatles, 8 been approved addressed the assemblage
sentenced to six months in ranked sixth bv this low passenger 11 13 14 Stav'! Foui- Pennon!' . ? County Committeewoman were John C Clancey Jr., of
prison, followed bt': four and per-car figure. 14 14 18 "Needles & Pins' Searchers 4 rtrs Robert Stephenson reported Cleveland, county commissioner WHOLE 2I/2 LB
one.half years' probation, for "The number of larger car 15 Bits and Pieces" that Republican headquarters for District 1: Gym Dobbs, $ 60

mad fraud. Johnston was also registrations in Florida, W and Dave Clark Five . . ,.. ... .. 1 han been opened in the of Port Charlotte, for District CHICKEN (110 Pieces)
ordered to make restitution of WW licenses, has been climbing 18 20 "Shangrl-La"' Robert Perin Building on Route 775 5, county commissioner; William WITH: I LB FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SLAW,
$60,000 to purchasers of worthless rapidly in recent years, Maxwell/Vir Dana . . ... 2 next to the Bav Vista Restaurant Burdett, county tax assessor DOZEN HOT ROLLS
desert land near Elko, Last year this category gained 17 That i The Way Boys Are"' and that the office is beIng Mrs, Mary S. Sides, Pre- I/
"e Hey Postal! Inspectors account.ed live per cent but slipped in its Lesley Gore . . .. ... 1 staffed throughout each cinct 8, tax collector: Supervisor f off orders packed in foil lined buckets)
for nearly 50 investors who proportion of the total cars, 18 "Hev, Bobha Needle' day. All citizens! of the area i of registration, Mrs. Bird-
had signed contracts totaling giving evidence that the de Chubby Checker . ... . . 1 are Invited to "drop In" at ena Russell: Justice of the Phone Ahead your order will be ready
$250,000 in the belief that the nand for them is slackening 19 19 20 Roll Over Beethoven" Beatles 3 anytime and get information Peace, Pat Dombos; dclegate- PHONE 488.5075

1 famous Nevada Comstock Medium sized cars with plain 20 "Money"' Kinpsmen . . 1 concerning voting privilegesand at-large for development commissioner -
Ranch was Involved. tags also dropped slightly in facts about the Republican Bill Slawson: Rich- W. T. GRANT CO.
"It should be emphasized" proportion to the total candidates ard Townsend, Incumbent District

Postmaster Arnall added, "that I "Small cars, with D licenses, Hours ChangedFor Search PressedFor Record Number > R 4 school Johnson director, school: Emerson director RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
most businesses businessby ,
doing .
Fourteen rand(
were up 14 )per cent in number Republican in District No 4.
mail are reputable firms, to reach 310,155 last year CAP Meets dates, believed to be a record I
Including many that may not and also stepped up in shareof were presented and addressedthe
be familiar to the prospective I the total This same trend Meetings of the Venice Com KidnapperThe gathering Enthusiasm ran

purchaser. However, if there I was shown bv can for hire and posite Squadron have been high among the assemblage as 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICEI

is any doubt, it is best to get taxis. Together they numbered changed from Wednesday to candidate after candidate stated -
Information from 46.866, a 10 per cent gain Thursday from 7 to 9:30: p.m. FBI Is intensifying a that an upsurge of Republicanism In
which resulted in a larger partof CAP seniors will continue to search on the West Coast of Is apparent throughoutthe --: :t77it:"" ..wWe specialize
sources, such as the Better the total." meet Monday at the same Florida for Joseph Francis county. ". "'- 'iItiI lJ.4I! serving all makes of
Business Bureau or the Chamber hours, Bryan Jr., wanted for the kid Two candidates! Joseph Vrtel "
of Commerce. The shallow waters of Ever Persons interested in bcom naping( of a South Carolina boy and Richard A. Stickley, both .. RENmS'SAaSoStRVICI wafer conditioners
:lades National Park protectthe Ing CAP cadets (ages 13-18)) or and who may have figured in I seeking the nnmlnntion for BRUnFa '1'8 WATER ANALYSIS
In cases where there is a nal on's last remaining CAP seniors (ages 18 and up) I the disappearance of a St. Petersburg sheriff told of their back- A AND WE

genuine basis for suspicion of crocodiles may obtain further information boy recently, I' grounds and qualifications forth : V rlllU HAMROj( I'lUMIiIIll(
from H. M. (Chuck) Plice. of fee. SELL RENT
:J, F Santoiana, special agent
v 488-1643, or Mark Stires, 488 Mrs Russell Brooks, candidate -
n Resl, eivtha. es 2790 in charge of the FBI at Tampa, for the school board, stated iit: ) 1-
a a. tir said Bryan Is sought specifics! I I that for 30 years she has
the of John ""!'' ,;:,I as ....
4 It has been estimated that ly for kidnaping been in this area and has been ik... 1'O''I. ,
the world population will David Robinson, 11, from his activ in youth activities and DRUnEIE

d double and consumption of water Mount Pleaaant, S. C, home on i that the chief incentive for her .. sun wnw..xau
.ON ptOR10A'S HISTORIC GASPABILLA SOUND will triple by the end of the Feb 27Bryan, being a candidate is a sustaining

century was last seen operating desire "to do something
toward accreditation
1- a yellow and white Mer-
1'I- cury bearing 1963 New Jersey restored for the Char.

''I plates HYW.325. He Is a white lotte County! schools. GULF-SNAMROCK PLUMBING INC
five feet 10 Inches tall, weighs Teamwork !Stressed

I I 140 pounds, has light brown Court Clerk candidate Floyd I 628 E, VENICE AYE, VENICE PH. 488.6247 488.2465
hair and blue eves and is 25 Hoskins stressed the need for

years old Bryan upper teeth
4Ir are badly decayed and he
I .
bears a scar above his left

Anyone with 1 Information THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF >34Amazing

I JUST about his whereabouts is requested .

tk to contact the nearest
FBI office,
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Egyptians greet spring by v- vim'h.
A TO CLEANJ. getting up at 4 a.m. on the day
of Sham el Nessim to dress in

W. MOORE new clothes and stroll along

the Nile, They break open
stalks of green onions and sniff
Harbor Lights On The Trail the pungent odor Sham el

RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS Nessim means "smelling the ., e

PHONE 488.4450 sweet breezes"

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} Htrt'i How Florida'*

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Imagine Florida before resorts.,before tourists and Senator Holland tayu
I crowded beaches... lush, beautiful( lazy.warm;, and "At this moment, I ihouM b* with yse In Florida .
I ,. quiet It s still very much that way at Cap Haze, but seeking your tupport In the coming Democratic primary
with modern touches to add to your enjoyment. Exclusive In my bid for rtnomtnallon to Iho Unltod Stattt Senate .o put a roof over your head
,yet not expensive this lovely community has Instead, I am In Waihlnglon on urgent builneit ,
a j a private Gulf Beach, larga swimming pool and more Important lo us all bocgvio I fool she Civil
I fights Bill now btforo the Sonaro would bo bad loglila-
:' cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club I sheet and
li raf'1 Don for all our tlioni and ono which, seen If parsed%
: and shrubbed roads central .
trap shooting paved Anuiinir Most people art downright flabbergasted tin much
; economy room-ai stretch-out and had
.1 water system. A paradise for bathers, boaters and will bo doomed lo failure by the fort of Its vary coorclvonature. the first time/ they check out i new compact Dart space as In INn, standird'size cart And theft
f'1':. sportsmen...Just 6 miles from Boca Grande fine hands.of This the bill would put tacit that foniaiNe could powor In cloiolo pct com/eft Pop goes the top But thtpnct just sits there. lane economy.tiza power to|o with dtram 1170 Dodge Da rtI
attorney general wo como
1 I j. tarpon fishing and golf facilities Seclusion without low.and easy to take. 01 IS. standard Sn to an optional gung ho 273 V8.Amizmi .
boing a pollco state, For this rtoion, I am spending
Isolation...the perfect local for yoir' home In It i even more inuring when you consider' ill that ? Yw bet It i what happens when i
: Florida.Two.thirds{ acre residential sites from $3500. my campaigning limo In Woihlnglon doing the |lab nukes I Dirt I Dirt Room, for Instance, S zt it up quality car maker bUild a compact bgger andquicker A
\ you sent mo lo do In the moanlimo, I warmly aik you willi knits,head,ilbows,luggage..You'U find large and IBM tops it oB wilt suck good looks DODOr DMSIOII 'I CHRYSLER
I la contidur my pail lonrlco I* you and our gnat Slots W M01OTI
of Florida and rolum mo to the Untied Stales Senate M

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