Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00193
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00193
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the F.sUrt Growing Area on Florida Wed Cost Osprey l aunt, Nolomll, VenIce; Souttt Venice, V"lce Gardens, Yenta Eelt, Englewood, Nort1t Port a.erloHe IFI.
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THE MAKING'-Panoramic view down the south lane of
Venice Avenue looking toward the Gulf was taken by
ardens Haines Photo Co, Conneaut, Ohio on April 21, 1928-
38 years ago last Tuesday, Building on the right- South Venice Post Office
It or not-is the Gulfbreeze Hotel Photo was loaned
The GONDOLIER through the courtesy: of Mr. and Mrs
Retty Sr, who found it among their effects a the II.
Theater building they formerly owned

Water Already in Works-Arnall

that the Venice of
meeting -

system is in. Home Owners South Venice area residents, it was found no one apparentlywas business-wise has been in the
11I1P1alnta present needs I VGHOA I may get the post office facilities interested in itThe past six months and that a need
are expect (Chuck) they are seeking even II Venice postmaster said now exists for such an office
at tonight: to seek
sooner than they expected the first interest in post office Arnall said he expects a reply -
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Venice Postmaster J. Douglas facilities for South Venice to his inquiry within a
\ Arnall reports the wheels since then was shown about a week. "These things usually
I NPC already are in motion Said month ago "although we have take about 30 days." he said.A .
ew Arnall, "I have already initiated been aware that a need was contract station, according
an inquiry about three growing" to Arnall, offers all\ the services
weeks ago to the Post Office Arnall further noted that the obtainable at the windowsof
pjvam Department about the possible tremendous growth; of the area a full.fledged facntyGoodolbr .
Plant establishment of a contract *
station for the South Venice

)BTH PORT CHARLOTTE ton," said area The"postmaster said he feels O.: Cuts Servicesin

'State Board of Health Wood the prospects for approval of .
ipproved North Port Char. "The new such a facility are good, if bids II
"I new water system which II dixies are reasonable and a suitable
be t put into operation in available for I location is made available. Economy MoveReduction
next few days needs will Arnall said the location tentatively .

-.t new system with a ea i tion we have selected for a contract
9 of more than one mils ter pressure post office is the area between in parcel post de- the parcel post service and
..cms a day will relieve cently and on Seminole Drive and the June liveries from six to five a Saturday window service have us:,
tlon of U.S. 41 and the Englewood -
acute water shortage which been without i week, beginning May 4, and a been ordered on a nationwide
wevc::ed during the cur. "When the / Road. curtailment in Saturday window basis by Postmaster General
dry spell. is connected Arnall noted that a contract service at the Venice Post John A. Gronouski, Arnall said
old Schmidt head of the will be a station formerly located in the Office have been announced by I to effect a saving of nearly
ral> Development Utilitiesand Market Basket (now Ellen'sGrocery Postmaster J. Douglas Arnall $13 million
(Confclfar photo bf Bob Obmlorf ) was closed about two
Sid Wells, operat Demos and one-half when Arnall also announced that The economy step, the post
!Jet of the corporations STATE REPRESENTATIVES from Englewood at the years ago the regular summer scheduleof master explained, is in line
'd, both of Miami, and mock legislature this summer will be Carl Miller the grocery store of owner the askedto afternoon closing will go in- with President Johnson program
relieved facility.
ert (Skipper) Young, utili left and Steve Gawltney Both are juniors at Venice High be that to effect May 8 at the Englewood under which the recent
And the further noted option -
director for Port Char. Gwaltney was elected Lemon Bay Legion Post dele station held] Nokomis and Venice federal income tax cut was
for the was
and Miller is being sponsored by Englewood Rotary Club
end North Port Charlotte, Members for another six months Post Offices provided.
wted the new facilities Women before it was deactivated when The limited adjustments in (Continued on page 2)

.>ay I cooperated, GDC utilities In every officials way county West sot a County Miami Final Reports To Decide -SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST ENDS SATURDAY JJ

,et the new pumping and week through

ere facilities into opera elections. Prize WinnersAs Votes Must Be Deposited i

Irs Burke Dies day. Hours )
to 2 P m. a'J'N' contestants go Into the final week of The GONDOLIER
Information ( Subscription Contest, the total votes show several of i

.t Miami Beach 5408 in person a or so this close week that the winners will be decided by the votes In Ballot Box By 1 P.M.

J Audrey T. Burke 45, laid At the close of the third vote period Friday, April 24,
Menendez died Saturday Workers at \ were "lined up" for the prizes as shown after their As contestants in The GONDOLIER contestants will make their last in the ballot box will be counted
I vacationing at a Miami know when below. This standing DOES NOT INCLUDE VOTE 's Subscription Contestgo determined effort to get the by the contest judges, start.
:h Hotel, dates are WON during the past two weeks for making the into the final week of the maximum number of subscriptions log at 1 p.m., Saturday May
will be cash subscription reports. Vote ballots won will be to 2.
e was a native of Brook.N. they drive for subscriptions and and votes required win
Y and came to this can also to the total votes of the contestants winning them in votes, there is much specula the lion. share of more than 1.11 subscriptions turned in by
III 1949 from that city qualifications. final vote count starting at 1 p.m. Saturday May 2. tion as to who will finish with $4,500 in prizes and commissions contestants Friday or Sarar.
Several contestants made their best vote reports during must be with receipts and
e Is survived by her hus precinct lines the largest vote total and be day
past two weeks Some changed positions. But the total the cash to A statement of
1, Quentin R. Burke. candidates' declared the winner of the Contestants will make cover.
r JOeral The is close There are five prizes How they finish now is Ford Custom 2-door usual Tuesday vote reports, but all\ votes credited since the con.
services will be an $2,482.50
Laurel, up to them. I' the final reports will be deposited test started must also be in
Iced later sedan or its cost
Rawles Funeral this week The final sub
I glewood and No votes are being published board of in a secret ballot box the ballot box by the closing
."s. In charge of arrange I lotte, I : and vote reports will be placed in sealed envelopes I judges During will the be week selected s to make I before 1 p.m. Saturday. Voteson hour. The judges will check the
in secret ballot
the contestants themselves and deposited a the all subscriptions deposited (Continued on page 2)) }
the contest judges at 1 the final vote count and
This box will be opened by p.m. -- - --- --------- ----
and the final vote count will be made. This insures
to all contestants and makes it impossible for anyone
just how many subscriptions and votes it would take
top the list Saturday,
I Actual vote positions of contestants are shown below read-
from top to bottom after Friday, April 24
1 A C. Traver 204 Bayshore Circle Venice ?. ..,.. ? 1st
.. Margaret Paul, Mun, Tr Park, Venice ...,.. ..,.., 2nd
S. Breding, 933 Dawn St., Venice .. ... ..,..... 3rd
.. Polly Taylor, Rt. 1. Albee Rd., Nokomis .. ...... .. 4th
Ralph M Adrian, 1105 S Tamiami Tr, Venice ... ? 5th \
Mary Scaglione, Box 1618, Venice . ... ..... 7th
Robert L. Stephens 731 Cypress, Venice ... ? .... 8th
Mildred M. Pedersen Rt. 1, Box 230 Venice.. 9th
R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamiaml Trail Venice., 10th 4ay,4r ,
Kenneth Norwood, Box 235 Nokomis ... ..... 11th
.. Dorothy Thompson, Box 703, Nokomis ? .. .... 12th
Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr., Englewood ,,. .., 13th 0 r 'P
Viola] Wood 342 Matara Ct., NPC Venice ... .... 14th
E, Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040, Nokomis .. ..., .... 15th
Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress, Venice ....... ...,, 16th
Marjorie Maurice Box 357, Nokomis .... ......,, 17th 1 +
Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center Venice ,., ... ...,. 18th
., John Kruse Rt 1. Box 552, Venice ... .... .. 19th
Leona McKibben 311 E. Safford, NPC Venice ...... 20th I
., J. A. Hightower, 529 Riviera Venice . ..... 21st ,
This Is the final week to subscribe or pay subscriptions
advance at special contest prices This is your LAST
to help boost your favorite contestants to victory and
advantage of REDUCED RATES for subscriptions. YOU
$1.75 on a three year subscription at $14.00. Help your.
and some contestant before the contest ends Saturday. 1
CAN WIN with your help. When you say "you ( ) photo kf Bob. OtwodoHt

OPENING of South stand a chance someone else will win" you are not lid enthusiasts among the early birds to hit
'SATE 121 { contestants win. This race will not be won or lost PERT MARY BURRIS makes a fetching picture in- the boards. Miss Burrls. a junior at Venice a
the last subscription and vote is in and counted Your as she poses before going skiing School is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
., fav Roberts Bay As the weather warms up water High
could be the very one needed to help your Nokouusu
Burns Bay Paste
V&HtfSffSfc win sports are lck1D all Oyez the area with James ,

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CriticalOf Charlotte GOP ObituaryMRS. School MenusArea .I Post Office Cuts I eta OIlS As,whirl belt-like many about aa cloud 100 in blilisa, y 1IoIa.!COla.

I STELLA KEMYES school menus for this: to 100,000 astrononiSJ SO,_

In Record Meet Mrs. Stella Roysten Kemyes, week will be: I (Continued from pare 1) The local office plans to maintain from the sun. One IUtit) IIDJ1I
83, of Garrett Park, Md. and Nokomls School one stamp and parcel poet average distan bet1reea II lilt
LegislatureState Manasota Key died Wednesday !MONDAY.. Postmaster Amall empha. window on Saturday and has and sun. eartIt
ENGLEWOOD A record- at Venice Hospital, ebb".k_porV dad, Md bias. bioonH sized that no essential major requested that patrons make --
breaking 81 candidate addressed She was a native of Baltimore lM t Mtndwidlrrull services are affected under the maximum use of the vending n'
Rep Russell C Jordan L declared Jordan "is tax agar(, the "Meet Your Can and worked for the Dept CWnbraMButtered: ..p orders. There. will be no machine in the lobby. For other ALLE''N
took a couple of swipes at the! ty didatea" rally conducted by of Commerce for approxImately Milk change in home delivery, he services, such as domesticand

Florida Legislature during a I In other business, the SVCA the West Charlotte County Civic 30 years as a secretary She TI'eADATtmi... obi..... ......... ek.Au..d saidnd regular business International money orders Convalescent GIld
talk before the South Venice! heard reports 01a proposesstreet I Asm. in the Englewood Legion arrived here a week ago b.la mail deliveries will continue registry and COD's, pat. Nursing Horn I
Civic Assn Monday night i n I ]light at the South Ven auditorium Tuesday night. Survivors include a son, I.Band... p. as usual. rons are urged to transact as 24 Hoar Nsnieg
which he plumped for passage ice Blvd] .U. S. 41 Intersection The non-partisan gathering Sherwood Kemyes of Baltimore ] n-.. "Letters and other first class much of that business as possible Phone Venice Stn/tt/
of the proposed county amend and a proposal to Install concrete is sponsored by the association ; a slater, Mrs Muriel WJDNIllmAT.II.k..I Milk mail will be handled with the on week days. Ill fOKCl PI Lao"tBt-J'7ea',
ment to the Homestead Ex street marker posts a t each year as a civic service to I Willis of Forest Glen, Md., and same priority as ever," the -.... I
emption Act. unmarked corners in the area provide an opportunity for the six grandchildren ......_ postmaster said The service =--
i west of the Trail.VENICE Raw les Funeral Home was in 4 MKdwIrhButterrt changes planned] locally include
j I Jordan labeled the legislature voters of the area to hear and I I |M>M
J of which he is member meet the candidates and charge of arrangements. "".... P-I,., : DECKHOUSEAT
J to be a of." He .IR. __" __ ._ ____... as....an.. Nat 1'0110 The
i "nothing proud "'ntl on 1'1VmU'1I11' CIVIC Milk Parcel Post Deliveries -
I'; called the lawmaking body GARDENS Interent In government The CONTEST TstlssDAt Pork' ... ,a."lo service for parcel post will be
? I "malapportloned and dominated (Continued from page I) Rev William L. Everhart of T.to I.'. cut from a six day delivery to THE JETTIES
by the small counties," the 40.000 gallon storage tank the Englewood Presbyterian (Continued from page 1)) Jells Hull.rad rarnUBrown a five day delivery. There will CLOSED TUESDAYS
.t And he went on to note that Simple mathematics will\ Church opened the meetingwith ,,-. be no Wednesday parcel post
the legislature, meets only 45 prove," said Peters, "that the an invocation votes credited and tally the Milk delivery on the parcel post gone fitMnql
I working days every two years system can't possibly meet the Association. President Char. votes on subscriptions deposited rarnA M.-I end .h_ route. This will not affect the Monday, WeJneiday and Thursday
with approximately 4.500 billsto demands with only a two-Inch lea E:. Yale as master of ceremonies add them together and determine Spis.hYle.'.,d"hN at delivery of parcel post to the / YOUR CHOICE OF S ENTREES
t ;. :I consider during that perIod. r.w water line feeding the introduced the candidate the winners. ( ... .14.0. homes by the city and rural $i
Jordan also took a jab at the aerator without bypassing a for brief addresses Few Trying To Wtn In airier*. Arnall said the reason _K- Including Our Fvmon SoW tar 1 75
'1 state constitution which he said large quantity" The candidates presented A few of the contestants left Wednesday was chosen for FRIDAY end SATURDAY .
was poorly framed in 1885 and "What happens," added Colett were* In the race are making a hard Junior-Senior ion-delivery is that a percent-
i amended by subsequent legislatures "is that the storage tank drive to achieve success, age of the stores will be closedon LOBSTER SPECIAL
I ever since "It was a fills up slowly] during the slack Circuit Court Clerk Floyd E. More than 70 entered but the High SchoolsMONDATl that day and parcel post is Our Rtgular Mao Available/ Nightly?
poor constitution in 1885," he nighttime periods and then Hooklns and J. T. (Dick) Law- majority of them did not show Sloppy lamButferW primarily a business, route, HIGHBALLS MANHATTANS MARTINIS SOc
empties rapidly the home; supervisor of registration any activity. Several who started ooraColo
declared, and it's a horrible during Saturday Window Service -
constitution today." peak daytime periods withouta Mrs. Jack (Tesle) Hind. in a small way have either .... ..1.._ --- -
Still relating to early Florida chance to recover enough man and Mrs. Birdena G. Rus- been eliminated or eliminated Conk I. -
sU; Justice of the peace, Anth- themselves for failure to make Milk
legislative history Jordan said volume when the load Is extra. ",ZSDA", -
that since 1935 lawmtkers have ordinarily heavy" any> P. Dornbos Jr., Francis regular weekly subscription S.eb.ad M..kSuttw.d
The Parlon, James Kerns and Marry I reports. The votes of all ICara EXPERIENCE COUNTSELECT
attempted to amend the Homestead VGHOA board members contestants ,. ...... .1M
R. Goulding; constable] who have
Exemption Act which also expressed concern about dropped out fruit Jtllo
was enacted the the lack of an automatic Ralph] Branscome, W. L. (Bill]) have been cancelled and can Seed. Md batter
I during 1933 Conner, Edward T. Egan, John not be Milk
I legislative biennium standby pump which would transferred IPNKSDATl!:
Hunter, Burt W, Roundtree More than H... wi.d, ...edwkkM..ronl
\ He also explained that the itart itself during power fail ; half of the 21 contestants s.d _._
proposed Sarasota ures to maintain a current flowto development board, ThomasM left in the race are 0_" b...
amendment which would County tax water pumps and lift sta- Qrosland, T I. Kennedy; barely reporting enough subscriptions SemI Pk .104, ROBERT "BOB" ZINN
the first $2,000 for school purposes ions in the sanitary sewer Also national committeeman, to remain active and Milk puddiae
system Grover Cleveland] ; school get their earned commissions 1 THlKSDATtHMntah
and the
exempt next 'If we have a power break. board, James A. (Sammy) bra The contest 1arin ".ri> flrht. ."... _
$5,000 on Florida homesteadswas rulirio r wlih chwM
authored by Rep. Wads- down for any ]length of time," Cullough, Emerson E. Johnson lag it out to the finish Five ;of Carrot and _l 1007 ..Ucluor CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTThe

worth of Flagler County and Schmitt pointed out "the Richard Townsend, Mrs Rus- these will win prizes. The remainder :....d niurdBr ud .butMr.
can't to fill the seU (Jean) Brooks, L. A. Alnfer will be .
was the only homestead bill to pumps operate paid cash commissions Milk Man With 4 Years' Experience As Your
get out of committee. reservoir until someone man. ; sheriff: L (Connie) Bird, or earned bonuses on /AIDATIPt".

1 Jordan went on the he ally starts the emergency sys- E. L. (Johnny) Cummins, W the amount of money creditedto P"'.... .I..k.*> DEPUTY CLERK
"sort of borrowed' sav Wads- tem." And he went on to note S. (Bill) Hancock Richard A. them for subscriptions To ......... p u .r nnHkRtrawbtrrr
i that in instance hour Shickley, Joseph Vrtel, remain active .or1eok.
I worth's proposed bill and one an tax asessor end get corn. Milk
I amended it to include Sarasota and 47 minutes elapsed before William L. Burdett, missions, reports must be Venice Elementary School AN ACTIVE REPUBLICAN -
with the emergency pump was started Claude Roberts, tax collector, made this week and a statement MOMDATlrtnkr
: County a provision for
i arererenaum Mrs Mary M. Frisch, Mrs. of cash and votes already KUUK. QUALIFIED
'fi t! when it went He to the noted Senate that Schmitt said this problem also Mary Sides, Mrs. E. B, Yea. credited must be in the Onto II"...*. OMIU.... ...
1 Flagler has been referred to the ger ballot box Saturday. P..< .e.ne.C.o. .. CAPABLE HONEST
County was removed _
Florida State Board of Health willo .h.rer
from the bill. making it State attorney W. M. Smiley Exciting FinishThe Milk
a only to Sarasota applicable for action. "Mr Larson has Jr. Mrs. F. Schaub (for her real campaigners In this TUMDATIau.k.ap..I.k. I
a Coun assured us of full cooperation," husband); county representative contest have girded themselves Y.llo.( tic PROMOTE
( tyThe Sarasota legislator he added Schmitt said he was Vasco Peeples, Frank for what promises to be a tatoe..nerd. IMUEnllfeb _
ex referring to Elwood Larson, Smoak Jr. commission- breath-taking finl.th .! PMI
plained that, money wise, the : county \ Hoc roll, tttlr. DEPUTY CLERK "BOB" ZINNto
j proposed amendment will Regional Sanitary Engineer for er, John T Qancr Jr., Grover The last vote count revealed Milk
District 9 of the Florida State Cleveland, Earl A. Goodwvne the total vote was close ITEDNESDATlO!:
t mean that some 5.700 county rlod .hI."..
\ homeowners not Board of Health. Claude Hendricks. T. I. Ken- between several! of the contestants Wkeh .lunul. ion
now paying Schmitt said a spokesman G..... raw.
taxes will begin nedy, E. H. (Huh) Kirkland, .
contributingand rNOll hon.
another 5.700 now paying for the county office of Regulatory Roy D Mosier, Clem M Oeth, As the closing day nears, no Pnhd 101..
Insignificant Services has assured John N. Reynolds. Mrs. Dorothy contestant should let time pass P.. Ids
more heavily taxes will contribute him no more permits will be R. Flowers. Hubert Soohn without making a desperate Milknil'RSDATlCorbMioi Clerk of The Circuit CourtON

Jordan said the proposed Issued for water hookuos without J. D. (Buck) WhIteaker, H. H. effort to get every available U.. KLtttw 1M

-, '1 amendment would raise $238 prior approval by the (Bill) Alnger, Glen O Dobbs subscription to get the votes CoiorP*..H.....pwk
Board of f Health. Bert required to winFriends App" sods.Pla.ppk .
000 a year for the county school Palmer Phil Sherry, Ed
{. system, issued The VGHOA president also Ryder; development board at I Witching wd mSNar.d ..._ MAY 5th
a plea to resident* of II
In response to from large, W V Slawton, George contestants who are Milk
a query the Gardens to
restrict lawn r asDATtTo.kd
1 i the floor on why he had ear. RI'h. fighting it out for the prizes d... wedwkk5C.blog.
sprinkling activity the Paid Political I AdVeriitetnent
marked the money for school during The host organization provld.d have many friends and acquaintances pileown.bv.n ( )
water .
peak consumption .
periods pats.IY.b
refreshments at the conclusion who have been
y purposes only Jordan replied ..
from 7 to 9 a.m. and from sole
he felt it was the only way such 4 to 7 p.m daily "This is of the program prepared Intense watching their progress with Milk CI. Wddl.e 1 ftJ"
and served Interest
under the supervis. Many of
a measure would have been "
something, said Schmitt, ... ---=
Ion of these : -
people their ; -
approved by the legislature "that past president C E. or friends --- ------
we can do to
"The basic item I'm after," I selves" help our. ligginbotham.. As the condi- will be only too glad to -ive I
dates: arrived at the meeting subscriptions or extend their-- T
place they were greeted and present ,subscriptions In advance .
COMPETENT BEST QUALIFIED registered by a reception committee if called upon to do it.
Including Are Skiolvlg. Everybody knows that the 7IDOWNTOWNVENICE
VOTE for HENRY ("SKIP") Mrs. Age Skiolvlg, Robert Sienmoreen end of the contest Is only a
I Ernest Thelin and matter of days and that this
WILLIFORDFormer James D Padovano and each will be the last chance to helpa p' # bA

candidate received a large favorite top the list. Therefore
Identification name plate. the contestant who put a4
ASSOCIATE CITY JUDGE A stopwatch was used to forth the greatest effort between /
Past ASSITANT PUBLIC DEFENDER time the speakers. now and Saturday may ic0
capture the highest honors
; PROSECUTING ATTORNEY George Washington bathed et Winning just a matter of
I I Berkeley Springs in rounding up all the subscrip!
Sarasota .
County Democrat .
Primary May 5th day West Virginia, in 1748 and tion possible instead of lumpIng First & Finest Shopping Area

Paid: Pol. Adv. by Candidate was so pleased he built a cot.tae at the conclusion] that no '
nearby. more are available and that
they wouldn't win anyway. 2'.i.
S I Under the extension or "sec \ DAZZLING SPARKLING
ond a
payment" plan outlined In

It I rRd the, advertisement people who have In this already issue BARGAINS VALUES! 1.. ,:

as given short-term subscriptionscan
kk "
e p' Increase their time to the

three-year limit. SAVE MO JEY 1111....
and help a real favoritewin -"'" -,---- -

If there are any contestant KNIT SHIRTS by Puritan dacron and cotton $$5
7+ in this race that you want to Ic SALE STARTS APRIL 30th

to see get win in, right touch now with Is them the time and COME IN AND GET YOUR ADVANCED SHOPPING LIST BANLON by Puritan . . . . .. ,$$8.95

EXTEND your subscription. 231 W. Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical Center Bldg. I 225 W. Venice Ave. 488-1670
Your Interest and help ., -
(ing these final day of -

greatly appreciated by the
dur-I Set Ring
testants Wadding Rings Diamendi Stone
turn the tide of defeat S.li Service Supplies We Repair All Makes Wetehei Silverware Jewelry
sweeping victory Merrielt Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair
Stuart ,
,: W. Venice: Are. 488.3119GULF |
( 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 -
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APRIL V, 'r'64


;1 New Scholarship Nokomis School Cancer Drive Lagging; Goodwill Week ENGLEWOOD RALLY I

Contract Let
ENGLEWOOD Candidates (Tuesday) at S p.m. in the Le.

Plan Explained Contract for the Nokomis for the Sarasota County Commission gion Hall.

a -- Elementary School addition Renewed Effort UrgedWith Slated May 39In from both parties will I I Three to four minutes will I

Details of a new educational of Banking, U a new co-op educational has been awarded to Logan be the speaker at a nonpartisan be alloted each candidate to
;; cO-OP scholarship plan was ex- plan that and Currin of Sarasota.The present their future plan and
offers bet. observance of National political rally tomorrow
nlained to members of theVenice ter returns than award was made by the just one week remaining collected qualifications.
I a regular individual Goodwill Week May 4-9, Goodwill -
Kiwanis Club Wednesday savings Sarasota County Board of Pub- in the South County Cancer "I realize," said Mrs. Roberts
I program or a baaed in St.
noon by Richard (Dick) Plan that involves lie Instruction Tuesday night Crusade end collections to "that the workets have.In ,
!)oUdna, an executive of ,the Borrowing to finance long-term an edu on the firm's low base bid of date totaling only 47 per cent some cases, been ill and house Petersburg will hold M Open YOU CAN SAVE WAYS
Tuesday I, the
May 10
Venice-Nokoml Bank. cation. C3U2.. The school board also Of the $7,500 goal, Mrs. Charles that others have house guests, 3
public can
see handicapped
at the club's week- The plan is gave approval to ubcontrac-- MCG Robert. today urged but I hope everyone will makea discards On Auto Insurance
Speaking simple, he said. tors for the Nokoml school workers to hurry and completetheir person turning into
special effort to the
meeting Doudna, by means adding that If a child is complete time cardi.Presidant.
.: ]11 under subject to canvasses."If I. NEW LOW RATES
approval by the of their before
canvass areas
.. at a film! strip and answers to I cots three years of age the par- business department. we don't make it by the April 30 close of the cam Johnson proclaimed 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
question, stressed that it was must deposit $10 a month April 30 the special week in INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE
in the The addition is scheduled for said Mrs. Roberts, paign. recognition 3. LOCAL
pot "just another savings co-op plan in the name "we will have of 55,000 handicapped
of completion in 125 days. no choice but to Two More Needed '
plan" but a simple easy-to-af- the child for 180 months, School board members earlier extend the drive until the quota The South County Crusade people in the U. S. employedby
ford plan for young parents to or deposit! a lumP sum of Tuesday heard I I. closer to the 100 cent Goodwill Industries In &
Mure their child having the $1,000 to remain on deposit for progress reports per chairman mad a special appeal _
financial assistance the same 180 months. The Yen- on the 20-room addition mark. for two workers to solicit cities.
when ready to enter college, 1 Ice-Nokontie Bank is the of. to the Venice School campus, And the South County chairman businesses on the South Trail AGENCY t"'
ficial the 11-rnnm expansion at Book. went on to note that In from the Rialto Shopping Cen-
the assistance depository here
lmllitr Blue to Cross to its members given I club.If for the er, the Rlverview High School her 17 years a* head of the ter to the Englewood Road, WORLD'S 116 W. Venice AveniNTefephorMC ::
fcr hospitalized. the eight-claasroom addition and drive for funds in the Venice. "It I can't find someone" said LARGEST 488-Z280
who are I and six child i 1a between three. the new maintenance buildingat Nokomis-Englewood area, this Mr. Roberts "I'll have to do ,.N.... acts _lea uarui II
emphasized "The Scholarship years of age, the parent Venice. "
He would b. the first\ year the Crusade it myself.
Club, Inc.," a non.profitoranlzatlon for* must deposit $20 a month Low bids on custodial materials in the South County fail She said the men who was Butt "aoipm Call:
regulated and a tingle a period deposit of 126 of months or library books and other ed to meet the quota. given that territory at the start esuulasuwus.: HUGH i iAND
censed by the Florida 11.1 remain for 126 months$1,500, Doudna to supplies! were accepted and the Mrs. Roberts said contribu- of the drive had since been ill McPHERSON MORE PEOPLE ARE READING
purchase of four new school tions to date amount to only and unable to carry out the
Comptroller as Commissioner said. buses was authorized. $3,557 leaving $3,943 yet to be solicitation PS7-I37 4SJ-6567 SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER I







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E oRfa \ .. THE Dave's Diatribe 1 I IBf


Ii( PEOPLE Good may yet come out of gent leading- in the arts holding Wolfe'sj conducting enem

M some of our numerous Investigating office in our government and finesse reminded M 7i
SPEAK committees though a jealous and perforce clannish Serge JCoussevitzky or Arturo
folks aplenty aay that the best lot. Rather than more Toscanini but with the diffw.
recommendation of said committees laws to cage these queer birdsin ence that he seemed a mart
would be to abolish Jail why doesn't the committee sympathetic director than the
MEMBER or THE ASSOCIATED: PREgJ -_ IfFMBER OP TAR FLORIDA PRess ASSOCIATION To The EditorCongratulations: light another FALLACY themselves. We are horror that Charley E. Johns other perfectionists OBI
on your editorial which Is the impression held struck by the revelations of a heads leave them alone to whom his players would
Th. Awnclatfd.. P.... h ...hia/rtlr/ ntltM ta Ma for mmblkatton of ill s.... dlipaMio ararilted .. "The Tale of Two Cities"In by many people in the so-call gangster labor "leader" filching combat the population explosion only follow but do so with not!
M at not atharwlat Kdlud. .. IB thin ._. and ale local .... publlihrd h.r..... AU ritbu .! m>nblle.lloa The GONDOLIER of Thursday ed "better homes" that their funds of the dues. Ing. W-
the ?
of WMlal dlawuhd >r> bo nacrvnl.Th. poor
..... ami local. .........1.. ooaMit of till nxnpapOT h toprrlilit and 'IM ubllrallm, b aaraailr > April 9. taxes would be less if the assessment paying truck drivers, Then It's an a very "queer" busi Zara Nelsova, one of the
rorblddHi ......" br wrlttra iwrmluloa. There have been many rate in this County years later, after many trials] that our "Florida Legislative world'] greatest, was guest so.
studies of the urban process was faised from 60 per cent to and mistrials he is still at loist The cello does
Pnbll.b.d E.... Mondar and Th....., Froai 111-14 I:. Miami. ATMMEnbmrf and of what makes a municipality 60 per cent. large as cocky as ever, asking has Investigation entered into Committee' financed for those who love music sonwthta.that
A. S.x nd Clo-a MattOT At Poat Offle. ., Vmlaa., Florida succeed or fail Joseph Again, my figures have been more union funds to appeal his of course with taxpayers : no other instrument can, In this
P Lyford's "The Talk in Van. verified by the Tax Assessor's conviction. lover's lay opinion.
"' EDWARD D. BALL ... ............ .... ...... .... .. ....... Editor and Publisher dalia" is one example. office and this also Just isn't money. It sounds queer to Most encouraging, In
Here In Florida we seem to this taxpayer for one. troub.
J COURTNEY WILLIS .......... .............. ...... ... .. Executive Editor Without intelligent purposeful so Homeowner would pay have the case of a bumbling, Instead of throwing these unfortunate led world was to see the nu, .
cooperation between citi MORE taxes not only at the
I' SAM DILLON ... ............ .............. ..... News and Newsphoto Editor zens and their political and administrative present tax-rale, but even it self-perpetuating/ committee in mentally warped ber in the of orchestra young persons not onlj

1 J ROGER KILBY..... .... ... ..... ........ ........ Mechanical Superintendent leaders, there Is all taxing agencies reduced our House of Representatives persons out of their jobs and but as listeners! in and the as ushers,,
kt I a good possibility that municipalities their rates to bring in the same that has concerned itself for a into Jails which has been tried It Is good to be audience.
with the among a
are going to see a total dollars (to repeat in itself long period unsavory so Ineffectually, why doesn'tthe group
f SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.23 per year, $3.25 per aix months, $2.75 subject of homosexuality This of students who counteract the
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out ot county, $6.23 per year $4.23 growing competition for residents an unlikely probability). committee takes some Johns Committee recommend discouraging news in the dail
end Industry For example $20.000 home going back to the original /
i commerce a
ies We had
six months $3 three months. no idea
l. per per delight in hunting for pervertsin there wereso
] when all the Sodomites
_. .. pass them by. One thing/ you which now pays $192.50 would solution many of them interested
did not mention is that Venice pay $226.60 or $34 10 MORE. If "some queer quest were wiped out with classical] music. All In
The Strike's Off is more directly a part of the tax rates weren't reduced at for "queers. "brimstone end fire"? narlly hear of we ord
Cathy May our youth Is
megalopolis which it is believed all this home would pay $302.30or To them this must be something -0- it beats its brains out for that
will develop along the west $110.00 MORE new that they are inspired Let's change the subject to Beat
like million of other ordinary Ameri out at precisely the right moment for him roast from Port Richey to Fort Or again, the so-called $15,- to stamp out by publicity something very worthwhile and of Ies it. so, and we are Clad]

cans we wee having dinner and teleview.Ing to go on TV at the primes! listening time Myers. The place which Ven 000 "average home" which It Is neither new, nor does yet unknown to us until this And
ice will take in this constellation now pays $110 would pay $144.- it lack longtime publicity if past season of West Coast Symphony thankful to Mr. Theo
Huntley-Brmkley last Wednesday of the day to tell the people about it. dore R Brown who
they wish to read their Bibles] brought
of municipalities will depend 20 or $34 20 MORE. If tax rates : Orchestra when we at- to
evening. The dramatic news that the strike had as you say upon coop wt'ren't reduced at all this Genesis 19, 4-8 or Joel 3:3.: The tended two of their concerts. our door the idea of attending
The run of news was so-so. The massive been averted could well have been enough.But eration, coordination and planning home would pay $192.50 or committee's publicity stunt We knew they existed of those wonderful concerts Th
was printed and advertised by but how enthusiastically Brown's daughter, Jennie, Al.
$82 50 MORE. course, not
stall-in failed to come about at the fair no, the president had homey little bin is talented
them on sale for a young
KENDALL IDE LINGLE Even the $100000 home! a quarter or they are supported in vocal.1st
opening. Stases won a court decision of touch to add. 7 South Dearborn st., which now pays $1.512.50 would in hundred lots in a "purple their remarkable work. And I who gained recognition!! m
a sort. Dow-Jones averages were off a Before going on TV he had reached into Chicago 3, Ill. pay $1.M5.00 or $32.50 MORE. pamphlet An adverse react we don't mean Just by the hundreds the recent Stephen Foster Me-
fraction. the mail bag which brings 100,000 letters If tax: rates weren't reduced at ion was given by the public and who fill the great audi mortal contest.Occasionally.
To The Editor: all this home would pay $2,- press One editorial comment.ed toriums each performance but
Along toward the end of the program e week to the Whit House and cam On April 7, 1964 the coun., 062.50 or $550.00 MORE : by the complete attention paid it's fun tt In bt
It was interrupted by an announcementthat up with a letter from Cathy May Baker, commission permitted me to I haven't bothered to calculate "The hundreds of Floridians by these audiences of music a guest of somebody to whom
President Johnson would come on ag* seven, of Park Forest, III. put into the Minutes a tabula. past this $100,000 point who sent 25 cents for the lovers You've all been to recitals expense is no concern.
tion showing that the Impression but it looks like lesser taxes state's illustrated purple pam where coughing marredthe -
with an announcement of major import to Little Cathy May had written the President held bv many owners of would not be paid unless we phlet on how to talk like a pauses. Here you could
the nation. pleading with him to keep the $15.000 to $23.000 homes that reach about the $10 million homosexual are going to get really hear a pin drop as the Swim
What followed wasn't like one of the railroads running so her grandmother who their taxes would be less if home (if there are any). their quarters back The Leg. expression goes, if anyone were Ins 7
there Homestead Ex. FRED HAIGH, islative] gauche enough to
were no Investigating Commit. drop( one. 0
usual "We interrupt this to bring lived in New York could be there for her
program Sarasota tee
emption Is FALSE. CountyCommissioner has decided it doesn't wanta In this last concert Alexander
you deals It looked like a well. First Holy Communion.The Today, I would like to high. best seller after all This Bloch directed the orchestral WaterAT

planned, stage-managed, well-rehearsed President smilingly reassured Cathy leaves it still unexplained why transcription from Vital's Chaconne -
all right and that the booklet was published at which he himself had
presentation.The everything was all" Warm Mineral
made It dance into
presidential seal flashed briefly on granny would surely be there.It A form letter with the returning heart Other put selections were your

he screen. Then there stood the president developed on Thursday that Cathy 25 cents, states in part, from Tschaikowsky Mozart Springs
flanked by t slightly-built part.bald man May's grandmother had gone out to Illinois 1f'TOTEt.t J "The Committee is apprecia Schumann and Brahms all
I tive of interest in
on his right, another of heftier build and a before the strike was averted, a POLE !! a copv your of its report HOMO.receiving so beautifully end conducted played by by the Paul orchestra 12 Mites South of Venice

full head of hair on his left. fact of which the President had not been SEXUALITY AND CITIZENSHIP Wolfe with feeling On US 41 .

Mr. Johnson picked up his cue prompt. apprised. However, Mr. Johnson had already IN FLORIDA and of the

ly and began reading slowly end earnest. gotten a lot of political mileage out By PATTY JOHNSON determined by the type of soil lem concern facing for this the very State real reflected prob. '
or rock in which the fossil was GRANT'S
ly from a prepared statement the threatened of the missive and Cathy May had taken The seventh period science buried by vour request. "SKILLET" SPECIAl

nationwide railroad strike had been her place of eminence alongside another class at the Venice Junior High Mrs. Thomas pointed out "The report however, has

settled, thanks to the American way of little girl letter writer by the name of School was very fortunate to that the Spaniards did not lic never distribution been intended. for pub Carry Out .
have Mrs M. C. Thomas as a bring the first horses to America We trust
doing things through collective bargain. Virginia, who that famous letterto << will
penned guest lecturer on Wednesday as the hipparion, a small you understand our position -
log. the editor of the New York Sun in She and her son decided several horse, lived in Florida up un and know that we are BUCKET of. ., .
The two members of his supporting east December 1897 asking if there really was years ago they would try til 10,000 years ago They are grateful for your Interest! "
to collect as many fossils and To understand the "position"of
now extinct is another interesting
representing labor and management, fol. a Santa Claus. bones as possible and they now animal is], a relative of this so-called Johns Com-
lowed. They confirmed what the President There are tome who would consider that have one of the best collections the camel, that lived in the mlttee is indeed difficult for us ChIcken
said as each read carefully from the injection of such a communication into in Florida She is the author west thousands of years ago laymen For some time it
of pamphlet titled "L t's makes accusations of a
She showed the students queer
prepared statements. Nobody mentioned the proceedings constituted pure corn Fird Fossils on the Beach" many photographs of bones nature against colleges! and

terms of the settlement. of a strain calculated to reap a bountiful Mrs Thomas said, "Many and teeth which are! extremelyrare. teachers in them This culmi WHOLE :'/2 LB.
It was a great day for all America and vote harvest in November. people center their thoughts nates in a purple (trade color) $2
and money on space and overlook She told the class report, which reviewers call
shining personal achievement for the But it master stroke a local UU
a regardless
was a pornographic CHICKEN (110 Pieces)
the importance of paleontology storm does not bring the bones going<< on sale.
president to have headed off the threatened by the master politician of this era. He which links the present to shore and that the best timeto Then the Committee takes it WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB. COLE SLAW
strike which would have affected the doesn't make a glamorous appearance on world with the past" find bones and fossils on the off the market, refunding the i/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS
Jobs of tome 6,000,000. the picture tube but h* does know just She told the students many Venice beach is about two days 25 cents and saying it didn't I
I Interesting facts about fossils after a storm occurs on the mean it to sell r faff orders packed In foil;' lined buckei)
1 And it was a terrific political achievement the right thing to at just the right One
Y say and bones that can be found in Texas or Louisiana coait cynical friend said, Phone Ahead order will be ready
;! for Mr. Johnson that things worked time Florida. According to the authorities Mrs Thomas concluded her "We've always had these your
no dinosaur bones lecture by encouraging inter. 'homos' in our society. There PHONE 488.5075
have ever been found in the ested students to make their are several locally, though not
I! Too Late To Classify Florida coastrl areas and most own collections For help In recognized as they are in big 'Va Te GRANT CO.
of the so.called dinosaur bones identifying t'e bones and fossils cities where they meet in cer
,I", By RUSSELL KAY IMC fought a five year battle and spent are actually those of mastodon she !gave! them the addressof lain restaurants Often the RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
*. homosexuals are highly intelli. .
; Dr Walter Auffenberg. Curator
millions of dollars to reclaim the vast
She went on to tell the stu of Natural Science Flor I _, ... .., .... __ ......... .
;r Hunger is the threatening menace that stores of found in Canada m L. ... .. ::1 <;; "M..A.
potash jealously dents about the Ice Age/ and ida State Museum. Gainesville ,. .. -.,. .,.-' '' 'I ..
marches doggedly at the heels of the guarded by Nature's most pervert the migration of animals into Florida

0, world's exploding population. We in the'i. geology, which made the task almost in Florida] from Asia and South t tki t
United States, burdened with America Durint this age the The Student Council sponsor.
I' a stagger. surmountable.The water receded from the FlorIda ed another great assembly on -I II
'i. ing surplus, find it herd to envision hun finding of gigantic potash beds in coast forming/ acres of Friday, April 17 The Trampoline

ger, but as a world problem it is very Canada, packed in a 450 mile subterranean new land Vegetation/ prospered Club under the direction of e' rr Sari
and animals began to Inhabit Miss Lorraine <
i real and very dangerous. lies the world's greatest present.
sweep the new The bones Y 'There r
area ed a most entertaining program i. is money.
p l It is gratifying under these circumstances deposit for potash, enough to fertilize all that now wash ashore came Their act was told in a :, <
to feel that Florida along with a of the earth's arable lands for the not from these areas that were story about "10 Little Indians"and to tie *
I j number of other blessed areas is contribute 500 years. Thus Florida and Canada, once dry land. There is no way two "Hee Haws" (clownsIn save
of determining the of
: ing in generous quantity of the mineral through the effort of IMC end a few bones that have age washed these in formed Indian both language slmnle/ ) They and difficult per. with a home \ i

substances that when combined with other other companies are joining hands in pro. from the ocean and the colorof stunts and after the story 0 .L <
elements the world soil bone end teeth has no bearIng they showed the students how
can help keep viding a means of increasing the world'ifood
on their age The color is they were doneCompare. loan fromSarasota
fertility in step with its human fertility) supply in the fact of the critical

Since the turn of the millions L _._ '
century population explosion -- -- -- -- ..w Federal1'
of tons of Florida phosphate have been While the recovery of phosphate from w '

hipped from our state to enrich starving the beds of Florida is a surface opera. I II

toils throughout the globe.But tion, the potash deposits of Canada lie N: :tt

phosphate alone won't do the job, 3,000 feet underground guarded by such a ,

also needed are potash, nitrogen and other engineering obstacles as 10 underground I Get the best car rental deal from <

elements to provide a balanced ferti rivers, quicksand, water saturated shale '

lizer. A leader in the production of phos and limestone. Experienced mining engineers i 11 11a.r

.'j phate in Florida is the International Minerals who first surveyed the problem said EKONO-BAR

; '1 4 Chemical Corp. with multipleI that the potash was not recoverable But

I If plants and headquarters in the Bartowarea IMC decided to try and they succeeded. I

The corporation now employs 1,300 From the dawn of civilization, crop I Offers you MORE I Costs you LESS
workers and contributes mightily to our failures have doomed men to starvation. '

state's economy. Hunger has often been the final goal I to FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40% '

,,' But IMG's effort to meet the world's violence end rebellion. Thus Florida and j Delivery Credit cards honored f

fertilizer and chemical needs are not con. Canada are helping provide tot world Safety Seat-Belts the hour Everyone Is tooling, for ways to save money on vs P
By day
j their home. With low service low
fined to its Florida operations An articleIn with two of the most elements new a charge,
important Gas, Oil', Insurance I week or month interest rate and a modern Open-End Mortgage, 'uii t. "
the current Issue of the Readers Digest of plant food, providing e prim weapon Sarasota Federal w
can save you money on your
I which should be of interest to all in the struggle for abundance and human Drive New home financing now and for years to come. When vii

1 Floridians, tells a dramatic story of how security throughout the world. our you find the home of your choice, stop In and a t + "
automatic shift J 99 learn how our home financing iperts can help i. ,.s a

I t ; Library Column 2.door VALIANTS. $3 you save money.

;} Also, other fine etnfa par ...1...ebnat ...,. V'"t1

: SHAKESPEARE YEAR ts being celebrated Russian CHRYSLER PRODUCTS I
publisher in 1815 who reproach.
', ,; even in Soviet Russia. ad London theatres for distortion of Shakespearean slightly higher rates."p'. ,.MIII PM mile I SARASOTADOWNTOWN [Qg) [ Qa

Inn Levidova of the Foreign literature tents to please "false, gentle and ,I
Library in Moscow reports in a British lit.I' refined tast." savings and loan association
erary journal that she discovered many A complete bibliography of Russian

I' unknown article and letters of Russian editions of Sha espeare'l plays and items RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.1096 VENICE

i" writers about Sha espeare'l works, among pertinent to his work was compiled In 446 So. Tamiami Trail

: 1 them a dispatch from a Russian corres Moscow for the 400th Anniversary of his GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER SOUTHSIDE GATE

pondent in London who saw David Gar. birth.In Venice Shopping Canter (1718 Main Street So. Trail at Bee Ridge Rd. So. Trail GULF at Stickney Point Rd. t
rick in his triumph as Hamlet in 1772. your Free Public Library the plays
Garrick was the boon companion of die.tionovfftalter of Shakespeare and books about him ere ; YOUR 1964 DESK CALENDARS ARE AVAILABLE
Dr. Samuel Johnson. available for reference or pleasurable LEASING. I PICK ONE UP AT THE OFFICE NEAREST YOU

Also f unearthed was an article by al reading. USE YOUR lIBRARY.BLN tOaiMMi WwW's IN,", lnftrf\ iiUlv..M Immftm.: r 0: 0<' '" ,..-.. r'" ,"o .,.",T j !-+:" ';'JI' 7'f'''.': -\ T



LoAY, APRIL 27, 196s

"; 01n' o t1'E1 PAGE FIVEs

I Miss Donna Lee Gilliland Earl Blackburn Marries -

Will Wed F. P., Trebour I
-- -
td Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gilli Miss Baumann In Indiana
i tt land of Defiance, Ohio, and
formerly of Venice, announce
the engagement of their daughter Mr. and Mrs Earl Blackburn
Donna Lee Gilliland, to are at home on Bayshore '
Frederick Paul Trebour of Road, Laurel, after their mar
Zephryhills, Fla riage on April 4 in Michigan
City, Ind
Miss Gilliland is employed at
: The is the former
tA bride Miss .
Hospital She is a grad
Elaine Baumann of
uate of Venice High School and
daughter of Mr and Mrs
Sarasota School of Practical
Sverre Malwin. The lethe
Nursing. Her maternal grand
son of Mrs Cornelia Black.
parents are Mr and Mrs W
D. Coney of 125 the Corso. bum of Bayshore Road. "
The double ring ceremony
The groom-elect Is son of the took place at 5 pm at Em.
late Mr and Mrs. Ernest Tre. Lutheran
manuel Church with
hour of Zephyrhills. He is an The Rev Melvin Bering, pastor .
employe of the State Highway T1i
officiating Mrs Donald
Dept. -- --- Dolph was organist and Robert !

t The wedding date has not MISS DONNA L. GILLILAND Bruennmer was soloist. The
ltuT been set bride was : I: her stepfather.
She was attended by her sister -
Adult Classes Mrs Donald Arndt of Mel
b rose Park 111 Dr. Jarl Malwln
: Have OpeningsThere her stepbrother, was best man.
Glen Malwin, another step. ,
[ are stilt vacancies in brother, and Donald Arndt, the
the upholstery and slip cover bride's brother-in-law. were
t 4w,. F and drapery classes in the Sar. ushers

.....,. asota Community School adult The church altar was deco
education the rated with white gladioli and s J
program, school
daughter of
l SS transfer to West
a Palm Beach high school announced this week carnations and standing bask
tl. Dorothy E. Gertslauer of Bayshore where ahe will graduate in June, has been ets of gladioli and carnations
Registration for the 12-week
h Nokomis, is shown with Miss Judi Atm .
'\c pursuing her ballet studies there. She taught course Is now underway and flanked the chancel. The aisleof
[ above, as the featured Ballet Guild ballet for two years at Byron's Studio here students may obtain further the nave was laid with a
I vera in the Palm Beach County Ballet before ahe left. The "Rosaura" will be the information by calling the Venice white satin runner and the
Lid presentation of "Rosaura" on May 2. major ballet work presented in the performance High School adult education pews were marked with white
k u Gertalauer, who attended VHS until herITltose by the GuildfRS. department. Registration fee is satin bows. MRS. EARL BLACKBURN II
11DAVID $3. me bride chose for her wedding !-
& blue accessories' The from
The upholstery classes, gown silk organza<< over navy gree Presbyterian St.
COULON taught by Jesse Thomas, peau de sole and the front of groom's mother wore blue silk Luke's Hospital in Chicago.
HEADS shantung with matching hat The
from 7 to 10 Mondayand the bell skirt was embroidered a groom was graduatedfrom
Wednesday at Englewood with one large white rose. and 'Jacket and dark blue accessories Sarasota High School and i I
Both glamellia served in the the
Elementary School and the The fitted bodice was fashioned wore Army during
same hours Tuesday and with a rounded neckline and corsages. Korean conflict He is employed -
[INGLEWOOD AUXILIARY WILLIAMS Thursday at Laurel School. long fitted sleeves which ended I The reception was heM at by Florida Power and Light
The slipcover and drapery in calla lily points at the the church social hall with Co.
Englewood Scout classes meet Monday and Wednesday wrist. Her elbow-length veil of Mrs. Edward Matthes, the Attending from this area
Mrs Norman Coulon of Englewood from 7 to 10 p.m. at illusion was attached to a pearl bride's cousin, and Mis.m: Carol were Mrs. Cornelia Blackburn,
active in the American Wins Top HonorsAt Laurel School Mrs. Betty crown. She carried a cascade Gehrs, a close I Dr and Mrs. Jan Malwin, I
wvr Legion Auxiliary since its Hartmg i is Instructor i j bouquet of lilies at the punch bowl. Casper Crowley of Myakka and
organization in 1923, was unanimously CamporeeDavid Mrs. Arndt wore a long- The couple honeymooned In Mrs. Harriet Howard and her
i e ae elected president of the sleeved street-length dress of Pentwater, Mich. son. Billy, from Bradenton. I
Englewood group at its elections Williams of Engle- Does BarbecueA I pink silk organza with a head Mrs Blackburn was educated Mrs. Caroline Smith the

last week. wood Troop 26 won highest honors piece to match and matching in Glen Ellyn, IlL, schools groom's sister, also attended
Other officers who will serve at the Sunny Land Boy chicken barbecue Saturdayat accessories! Her flowers were and received her nursing de- from her home in Albany, N Y.
with her for 1964-65 are: Mrs. Scout Council Camporee April 8 p.m. at Elks Hall is being pink carnations.Mrs. .
Clayton Rhodes, first vice-pres 18-19 at Myakka State Park. sponsored by the Benevolentand Malvrin's gown was of _
ident; Mrs. Roy Meehl, second David, who is a seventh- Patriotic Order of Does, pink silk shantung worn witha
vice-president;'Mrs. William E. grade student at Lemon Bay Drove 141Tickets matching hat and jacket and

Herdman, secretary; Mrs. School, won 140 out of a possible are $1.25 for adults
Louie D Sheppard, treasurer; 160 points in a seven-hour and 60 cents for children. They C4 kCi'
Mrs Ernest Thelin, chaplain, competition in which 180 Boy may be purchased from any Capt. Halsey
Mrs Ralph Athey, sergeant- Scouts took part Does member or reservationsmay
at-arms: Mrs. Clark Eccles, He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. be made by calling Mrs.
assistant sergeant-at-arms. and Wade Williams of New Point Hoke Bowden or Mrs. Samuel Willi ServeIn

Mr. Pete Gassaway, historian. Comfort Road Cutler Jr.Goniloltor.

They were nominated bv a 1
7 committee composed of Mrs. Vietnam r
Marie L. Albright!( Mrs. Wil- t AIRCONDI
liam Haste and Mrs. Clark ECcles r iy
rJ Retiring president is Mrs Army Capt. Milton B. Halsey
;Jr., whose wife, Sandra, livesat
Hilda Clare
y eli 259 Seagrape Road was assigned
Mr and Mrs Coulon came I to the Army elementof
here from Indianapolis six the U S. Military Assistance
1 years ago. Both were active in Advisory Group (MAAG) in
Legion and Auxiliary affairs n Vietnam on April 14.
there and she held all the of- MAAG, vitenam, is an Army-
z fices in the Mcllvaln-Kothe i Navy-Marine-Air Force organIzation
Post Auxiliary. Her brother, which advises the arm
Harold Robinson, Is auxiliary ed forces of the Republic of
public relations director at r Vietnam on training, use of
National Legion!( HeadquartersIn equipment and tactical operations
MRS. NORMAN COULON Indianapolis r .

She Is a member of Englewood at Captain Halsey entered the
Methodist Church vice- Army in June 1955 and was last your whole house

jr r r. Merthyn Thomas' Reciper president of WWI Veterans stationed at Fort Carson, Colo.

Auxiliary and secretary of the The 30-year-old captain,
Myakka Chapter, Daughters<< of whose parents live in San -- -'Jiii
> London Broil Is Tops the American Revolution Francisco is a 1951 graduateof with m o/
In other business, at the Hampton (Va) High School .

Merthyn A. Thomas of side in the oven (which shouldbe April 13 meeting, the members Citadel and a 1955 Charleston graduate, S. of c. The

\ Key, this week's Gour- pre-heated for 10 minutes) cles elected and Mesdames Herdman to Clare representthe EC- for less 'than the
contributor to the GONDO. or outside over charcoal or a
auxiliary at the district Civic Assn. Hears ,
> food column, has the typo newspaper grill.
Ir. American male prefer. Broil the steak for five minutes Punta conference Gorda.held Mrs.yesterday Louis Fisher in Homestead Talk cost of room units
for a good piece of beef. on each side and during
eighth district auxiliary M. Edmondson will
recipe for London Broil, the last few minutes spread
president, was a guest at the speak on proposed changes in r
( from his brother, leone with some blue cheese spread.
meeting. the homestead law
butter margerine.
Top with or
the beet,
01 I at the of Nokomis AIRITE INC.
he and his To serve, cut diagonally meeting ENGINEERING
friends and across the grain in very thin ( photo br Bob Oh.ndorl East Civic Assn. tomorrow.
believe.Dr. slices. A mushroom sauce may Mrs. Murry Heads BREAKING OF GROUND in Venice Gardens for the Venice The meeting will be a coop-
guests. Thomas is be served with it, if desired. United Church of Christ Sunday was presided over by Harry erative dinner and business Heating Air ConditioningSales
Dr. Thomas recommends the Peters White, church moderator, shown above turning the meeting, beginning at 5:30 p.
a native and attended of Akron newspaper grill He explained Elks Auxiliary first shovel of earth. With him, left to right, are Clark D. m., at Nokomis Fire Station. a Service Engineering

be made by compressing Adair, Al Bradley and Dr. E. Robert Chable, pastor. Nineteen Members are requested to
Buchtel College ft may into a Mrs. Alva Murry, newly Church officials and representatives participated in the cere- bring their table service and 500 Base Ave. Venice Ph. 488-2373
there before ordinary newspaper elected president of the Ladies L. W.
which held after the tags
ball, four or five sheets being mony was immediately morning ser
receivinghis will at
Elks Auxiliary, preside vice. Barnes will preside
for the broiling.
medical degree sufficient the group's 8 pm meeting

Reserve at Western He Chairs Tuesday Other new at Elks officers Hall.are Mrs. Sessa Will Address Venice Stamp ClubAlfred

f'. Thomas specialized i nay Paul Webrand, vice-president; ,
and radium work in State ConventionLewis Mrs Ernie Mueller, secretary, J Sessa of Port : community room of Sarasota You Can't Go Wrong With
'eland from 1919 to 1961. and Mrs L. H. Simmonds, lotte will talk on "Private Federal Savings and Loan
'e and Mrs. Thomas builtr Rising of Nokomis was treasurer forations" and show lnar-I Assn.
Casey Key home a year general chairman of the state New committee chairmenwill amples of these stamps President George Youngberg
after his retirement. They convention of Florida Massage be appointed and plans for meeting of Venice Stamp Jr. will preside. All interested WRIGHTG.O.P.
e a daughter in Shaker Assn Friday through Hotel Sundayat in the coming year's activitieswill tomorrow at 7:30: pm. persons are invited

ghll, Ohio, and two sons, Sarasota Terrace be made at the meeting.
"i Louisville and the other Sarasota.

tasking e Ridge N. J. first Miss vice-president Evon Williams, was, district chair- FEET HURT ? i
served In the Army dui Presidents Group
of the banquet
WWI and the Navy during man s
\"'. Since his he Professor Clive McCay of
retirement Card
Englewood took part In the Has PartyPast S80BII AHD
Mwested in gardening and I Jerry s RCa-eVPPORra G.O.P.
assisted Mrs. Me-
seminar, by r
lug I presidents of NoVel
and Rising.Kukkucks cl.a.u.rr..nn... c... .
nle'y spend their summers at Cay Auxiliary will sponsor Sarasota a des- a..._ adi.r ... ....I.. r_ s
au Baril party as
but if the weather on con- I Are Hosts sert-games Federal Savings and Loan. i 14 ..... ... a.deth.Jerry's Candidate Candidate

-- A. Kukkuckof Assn. community room Thursday
-- --- --- Mr and Mrs E.
who clipped Adel- Center Road, Venice Gar at 1:30: p.m.

'. oyster. stew dens, will host a social potluck ed All and card there games will be will table be play.and Spec/Vis /In Arch Supporii end OrMopecfic SAoes District 1 District
last of Venice Grange
week should note get-together 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE
recipe that the Wednesday at 10 a.m. at their door prizes. A donation of be 50 Btora torn II s... U 4 e... CbMd Wifewhn Pk. 4MJ4M AA''
of cents! will be requested to
oysters required home.
not All who attend are requestedto used for the Girls State schol-
six pints. 5 5
Arthur Swan-
covered dish and arship fund Mrs.
- bring a
lea IS 1 their own place settings. All called for further information EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
pleasant it is
as now Invited. son is chairman and may be
said, they have no desire to Grangers are
.I.j.j( .j.j( *
recipe: requires a tender + TRADITIONAL
a(. top-quality Let us style yew favorite rite ROBERT M. WRIGHT

London Broil GULF THEATRE TROPICAL or ceramie into beautiful lamps.
'Met! a 2H pound top qual- DRIVE.IN THEATRE c a RtwMnq a R.rtyrnge COUNTY COMMISSIONER
; flank steak Have excess Toda, 'thra Wednesday All Lamp Repairs;
and membrane trimmed Today, April' 27
/1 surface scored on both 'LAWRENCE OF ARABIA' '6fI0WB0AT" Wont by Experienced' Designers end
'es With' CrafhmM VOTE "WRIGHT" MAY 5th
of 7 Academy
'Wwrate the steak from 8 Winner Howard Keel and
hours in mixture of 1 cup Awsrda Kathryn. Gra.sonI THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.

ad oil', 2 tbs. vinegar and 1 I. Paid Political Ad By B. W. (Pat) Kearney, Campaign TroanirerT" +
'shed of 196% .11- rth 11.fl' .. e SARASOTA FLORIDA
I clove garlic, turning Best Pletare t ...;'. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL ,
1'he I"' three times I 4
steak may be broiled in- -

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I Overbrook GardensBy PRICES EFFECTIVE

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We offer "congratulations' a success II APRIL 27, 29, 29, 1964
to Mr and Mrs. Wm. Butler of -0-
1540 Phillip Place and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Joseph Macha-
Mrs Joseph Stimac of 51 Beverly cek of Venisota Road and Mr. tender
Circle, who reminisced Machacek's brother and wife,
their wedding days when they Mr. and Mrs. John Machacekof
celebrated their Golden Anniversary Coral Cove, enjoyed a ride
last Tuesday morning down to Fort Myers and diningat
et a 9 o'clock Mass at St. Ryder's Congress Inn, las "yours
Raphael's Catholic Church. Sunday
The Rt. Rev. Msgr George W. --
Cummings officiated at the Mr. and Mrs David Shaw of
Mass with James McNiel and Bancroft Ontario, arrived< I '
I Russel Valier as servers Joseph -, Monday by ]let in Tampa. a,
;; Berkau was usher From there they boarded a
After Mass breakfast was plane to Sarasota where they
... f served in the Parish Hall to 80 were met bv Mr. Shaw's brother -
people who were in attendance. and wife, Mr. and Mrs
The tables were beautifully Thomas Shaw of Manasota
I decorated with gold and white Key with whom they will be
driftwood with real gardenias housegursts for the next few
I' entwined with gold beads. Gold weeks. Flying time was two I
vases with white lilies adorned hours by 'jet from Ontario to SARASOTA I
the honored guests' table. Tampa and 20 minutes from
Sire Butler and Mrs Stimac Tampa to Sarasota. This Is M ra '
j were given beautiful gold corsages really getting somewhere fast, ((2>/2-5 lb. Average) iV. r ,J I''
and Mr. Butler and Mr. but as they say, "this Is pro,- 'R Yir P1 d e
Stimac were given gold bouton- ress" I A
nieres to wear.. Those who were CORNED ,
in charge of the breakfast
Mr. and Mrs John J. Dun.
were Mrs Nicholas J Heck CHICKENSWIFTS
don sold their home on Forked *
and Mrs. Charles Hmebrook
Creek Drive and went to live BEEF
with the ladies of the Altar So-
in Yonkers, N. Y We are sorry
riety assisting In charge of
to lose those people but
the decorations Mrs. William -
were wish them a lot of happiness in
Naeel with Mrs John
Young, Mrs I. H Stranahanand their new home.
Mrs Wilford Hyland assisting -- 69C PREMIUM TENDER-GROWN
Mr. and Mrs. John O Hannaof
-0- 1433 Overbrook Road entertained SHIPPED GOVT.INSPECTED FRESH NOT FROZEN
The Cancer Drive is finishedIn Thomas O'Connor of ilvt 100 extra free SIH Green Stamps with tope. ,

Overbrook and Bayshore Sennville, Mich., and Dan Lav-
Drive in Sarasota County andI erty and son, Thomas, of Oak "FRYER QUARTER SALE"
(the reporter) as captain of Lawn Ill with a cook-out last
this vicinity wish to thank each Saturday evening
of m. workers, Mrs Max Miller --o..
Mrs. James Walsh Mr.. There was quite a bit of excitement
Guy Wood, Mrs James Townsend and curlosiy around '
Mrs G. Arnold, Mrs A when John Hanna of Overbrook (with ribs)' J
J. Masin, Mrs Laurence Cod- Road caught a 38-lb drum fish IOO FREE9S1oo C'JlI
ner and MM. Homer Salt for I at El Jobean last week. Mr. .
9 I their time and effort for their Hanna had fun when it took ( Green breast quarters I
help in such a worthy cause. him an hour and a half to
r..r r.n..J 1ps
I. too wish to thank each contributor bring the fish in, not knowing I II
for helping make this 'what he had hooked. S r HU Irurf <* f Ik. Ib,
or leg quarters
6vv'v... JvvvvvvaE1

I Banging It Out Swift' ,rests.J,1 .

10 o FREE l 0 0 Sliced Bologna

with Pat Bang Green Stamps *
I _"Is rwru od?+dwr oil 5T> 39
i Last Sunday at the Elsie happy there.
ram CONCENTRATE SHAMPOO SlI1uck' 1," C00 '
Quirk Library, in observance 5 -:
of National Library Week the Here is a good catch- Wil. large size. 89c
two libraries of Englewood met liam Man of Englewood, pulleda M, IW4 cS Wieners
I in a short program to honor $21 red fish out of Lemon o oo
their volunteer workers Bay: The fish had a plastic JELLIES I 3 $1
r-, i pkgs.
; The Rev William Huntsman I yellow cord fastened above the
opened the program with an in tail and was worth the above iOlFREXTEEUU1o
spirational selection Mrs. Ives from the beer contest
I and Mrs Mercer listed recent -0- J"1 Green Stamps o down produce fane

books acquired by the libraries What do you know Our own ...+. _... -... I 1 C
)' and Mrs. Cecil Duff-Stevens Lillian Bean (Lillian's. Dress I TOOTH 3 1j0o j0o 69 FLORIDA PASCALyour
i and Mrs. Arthur Spillman gave Shop) has a regular job as ANT ADULT SIZE BRUSH i rl
.,J a book review Miss Louise Ly- feature' entertainer at Early choice
man, librarian of the Engle- Wynn's "Lil" plays the guitar 1 CELERY
'J 'w o o d Elementary School and sings, every Wednesday, 8000000000000000000110[ I plea 50 extra tree SIH Green Stomps with coup.

r, spoke on "Education chal-: Friday and Saturday

oj I lenses the e.u Libraries" ,- CeeaeioEXTRA1 '
Gifts presented to the "
Mrs. Ira Gartee hod a birth. 5 a+t fig, M r"1 stalk 5'LlUy'l
volunteers by Mrs Floyd Potter
and Mr. and day party at her home on Bay
Age Scolvleg
Street Wednesday They are l Ml Green Stamps
light refreshments
1 ed. were saving for Rose City, Mich, I M*t.Ie_.esar..ra e ,
-0- for friends' a month and relatives.or more, visiting HOWARD JOHNSON'S COCONUT CAKE \ o ; ? r +t tx w e ar 4

Mrs. Albert Thompson entertained 17-o. pkg. 89c
at a dessert bridge<< at r'I: :' ...1- WW. April M, 1M4 Jt' K..It's /kltdaNkM I..dOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWO
The Rev and Mrs. O. C. DETERGENT SALE!
.J her home Lemon Bay Villa, in Limert of Englewood Road left Cream Cheese 2 :k ,: 25*
i honor of Mrs. George Brown
Sunday morning bright and
who lives on Bay Street. At the PENNYSAVERBREAKFAST
early for a long ride to TeaGarden
Lark, Whip I DassiC
end of this month the Browns O\\ ( 9t
Ind. They will stay 5o VVU IXTRA"X"XSO -os.
will leave for their home in there the balance of the sum Topping .. .. tea 39
Fredickton New Brunswick mer and return here in the fall J"( Stamps t' C
s 39
Guests were Mrs Roland or
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I +wr6
I .
1 Whitton Mrs Ethyle Gould, Mr and Mrs. Harry Hall of I foods 0 pkg.SMUCKER'S
\ frozen
Mrs Lynn Horton, Mrs John Maple Street are leaving for o
Poter, Mrs. Edward Gardiner several weeks of vacation at 3 10-oz. Ion 69c
and Mrs. Boyd Lipsette. their: home in Greene N. Y. '=" ..... WM. a"ll" IM4 C'I' Mbd.! M.NOranqe GIANT F AD50mlp

-0- Their daughter Thelma Ren- ?UI1\1\1\1I1\1I1\1I1UUOOOO\ \ \ \ \ O 3'12
Mrs. Dean McLoughlon from ihaw is driving them up and Delight aA1:: l
Hollywood Is visiting her cousin back
Bessie Rasmussen -0.- REE SO. gt. 49cI
-- Mrs Lola Wallace and her
Miss Clare Thrasher has left nelce Mary Bobbins pulled up e itt our grocery dctft. e pkg.
It for her home in New Jersey. stakes today. They are goingto J7l 1 Green Stamps
,, She says she is not coming Sarasota for the night with I *t4 Mt n.jn.4 xntm PiW! rel.-w M has limit 1 pee teeteesee wltb perchaset e( $3.00 or min
i back next year, but we who friends, and early in the morning DASH DOG FOOD \

I; know Clara are not putting make for Pennsylvania. 6 loll cant 98c Fruit I Drink . 'SM9'bbk
much stock in that statement.She -0.- ...1_ w.... April .. MM r:1
loves it here. Mr. and Mrs. William Bal- 00000000000000000000 ,', Intltlt
o lantyne are closing their homeup *
Sista and Eleanor Huelga and leaving us Sunday. Pear Halves . X 29 BREAKFAST CLUB GRADE A FLORIDA
4 drove in at five of six to say They live In Greene N. Y O\\ (EXTRA
I+} goodbye They drove out of and will be back with us againIn O VVV PREIit \SO% SmMth .r Cranchr SwIH'i Oi '6.a.
their way to do so, and now October. Peanut Butter 39 LARGE EGGS
they are safely back in Lapera, J" Green! Stamps ,
Mich. They called us Saturday Your I N+eh wr. wM+ar.h
1 night that they had arrived DOW OVEN CLEANER
I .r safely, as we had asked them .Water Problems reg. size I 89e'Y *j W,

rf1, to.they It return.will be November before As Near t>Plr. W.... April M, ewe r:=:I 2 dozen 89c

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As Your
1\. Grace and John Young called YOUR CHOICE:
t for us to see their new home, '
t and is it ever lovely They TelephoneSERViSOFT 50 (Ep :EAm 50 F&P Sliced J-R! Cut Green .r

( have a canal in back of them, ,
I. $t and to the side Lemon Bay J" Green Stamps BEETS BEANS dl
f They have seven rooms and a wAair.wrrw/ewlw.h" ,
t carport with wrought iron trim, ,
,I 'i1 i and It Is very prettily landscap 488-4418 ITALIAN a IJOOhIX 1 SHOPPING.
a "bot. 39e
ed We hope they will be very "
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up Monday Friday 8:30: -
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'aC 'M THa COUNTY Legal IUDOI'I: COURT II M err. roa,Legal and aay oaeh ..... ordomnnd Self Service-

1 U. AND 10'011 aAIIAIOTA COUNTY lot no flM .....11 .W md. Thaftllni Auto WashA
sjFmn..NJQ. FLORIDA, IN. rftOSATB to* mar .k. nddad to win ai intf
nc ISO EHTATK fir claim, and .... form may .ha oktolnad -
BITTY LOU niNSOD from, ... Covnty I....... offtoi
11_ ANNA B BEIRHB.aa new self-service coin operated
Probate. rila Va. 1 m B>oMrU of tho Batatoof car wash will be opened
Noises TO CREDITORS F_ BU _.... Da.
TO ALL CBEOrrOM AND FCRSONt aiaiad.AHama here shortly by Clifford C.
HAVING CLAIMr OR DIMAMDI ) I laehvn S. Bradford.BIASWEU Sherman, Englewood.This .
lots For Sale To. u. karat* MtlfM and ramlrad. P. O. Box TIT, Vo-na Flo. "do It
Rentals Male Wanted 10 I flla any claim or d...... wakli yonay Pabttohl April S, 55. 55, 51. 144.Tho facility
II Help Auto For Sale ban ....... U>. Eatau af ETTT called SOFSRA, is the first of
RATES UI'l' !, '* W'' NTUl, IoTI LOU ,FEINHOO Ciraa.nl. lota of NOTIca OP J1oITIHTJOII! TORsslsrxa its kind In Sarasota County
*: el'B'NlIaH: 3 araaoU nCTITIOUa NAMa
CALL IOU JAcos's/< SITES H BEDROOM house on the MALE. Full time di hwaaher. '63 CHEVROLET Convertible .a.... JOHN Cant T Florida GRAHAM.In tka offloa Soraaoto ml a da.l-a. d. .booby oortlfr although similar franchised

Charge Rates, I both Thursday water. Nicely furnished and Apply Venice Yacht Club. Air Cond. $2.675.00. Call 488- Countgr ivAn. .hi .... Count Ooarlflrat feat tfcay. ara _loa aa Afroraft agents of ALD, of Chicago are
.... ...
clean. Air conditioner Haw a. t..5.5 101,445. ......,. 'Ismlwdw Palatine baalnaaa a* v. Airport
and Monday EditiontS1.50 BAYSHORE ESTATES screen 3172. taws.,. es .... Cats IM dor tho rlrIs. xaaw of Voaloa .... operating in Clearwater and
cd porch and carport. Yearly WANTED Driver-Salesman,, piiblfeoMoi of Uto NoWao.Rao awls PalMla. Co. ..... thataald n.. Tampa.
Highly elevated' choice lot. or consider Hood'i : '63 CHEVY Oaini: 4.5,5,4 .. It ,.s1 "'f .. sn..s..r.-
for 2 w.S I.
105' reserving next Dairy Inc., 1301 S, Nova Wagon 8 Sent,.. ... I.ar ..5er ...r .d plw. f6 .._ ..
duplloalai aball I
frontage. atatoIk R will be located
Across fired season. North Port Charlotte Venice By.Way.GENERAL cyl., power glide power plaoa of roaldanao and aat offloa aa to..16.,1I.I.M on Bahama 'I,
((12 word minimum) from Roberts Bay Beautiful 4883681. steering and brake. Like new. ....d,.. of tka Claimant hta p ai nt or C. oaMaa, Box Ida Lt Ka.t Avenue directly behind the
Additional; Words *.cn 6c r I a w. Rillonible. Phone Reasonable. 474-1598. kit I II attorney Tl fill,, hall r... ...4. MoompanM aay nak ..."Wy, Dana Nokoaita.L. Wllaoa Bo. 115. N.aw.kMM Trailways Bus Station and

488.5047. MODERN Completely furnished TELEPHONE COOP or dread not m fllad ihall W *sId .T.s'v.i.Jr.:: IU-A N. Taav across from the Venice Elementary

rctti Thursday 3 bedroom, 2 bath, house 1958 FORD 2-door Fatrlane 500 Th... fllln* too war ... lidded to th.nt Ownaraafp of ".... AlraraA Paw' School.
-- ., FLORIDA of claliH. wt4 .].10" form may .Me. eo.. a fM.. ..,
5 blocks r
and Monday Editiom from Gulf In Venice, with 8 cyl. T.B. motor. Con. .W obulMd. tram tha. Connty I...... I..... C. I..k..... 5510. me .5. For 25 to 60 cents depending .
Houses For Sale June, July, August Reasonable OFFERS tart Mrs. Hixstun, Gulfbreeze afftoa Draw. r. Wows, 5541. pass .1. on how much water la
tent Phone ALAPA R. FBINSOD JR.a .. faapar 1. Alloa.. Jr. 11%. ont.It .
Hotel. par
S1.40$ 488-5052 after
6 .
VENICE Admhilrtrator far tha Ratata Ia... 1._""" to apply to "". used owners can wash their
GARDENS. Large 2 I p.m. CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFor of BMr Lam Fitntod. clued tho ClrmH Coort II la and for own cars with high pressure
word minimum bedroom, m\ baths, panelled) i Daraaoad.Attomori .._ Coantr. Florida, to rorlotar.ho
\lit ) Music InstructionCUSTOM which supply the
Young Men i Blair and Doan.Attorney aoM ass,. Vantao Alroraft PalntlnlCo. spray guns
Additional Word,, a-ach Scr Florida room, Cathedral cell 2 BEDROOM, Furnished apartment at I.... .. ...... .... ptoahibuno of Chaptortotal. necessary detergent for clean
In,. Call 488- 397. fit N,.a. 8tran.n Lawa of Florida Aoto of IltLWltnoaa .
Large kitchen and liar INSTALLER REPAIRMEN MUSIC LESSONS P. 0. ass IITI. Ing as well as warm soft we. *"
1 oar ban* thla etA dar ofMarak.
or Air .,,-<".. en. III tiaaov ing room. Also a 3 room furnished CABLEMENThese Piano v.1 .....d.. 1144. for the rinae.Sherman .
BY Portable
( tf..ra la ....... of II raala OWNER Modern 3 bed apartment. Summer Organ Prbihan.. A.ril I" II, H. liar .. 15.4 I.El.AND C JFNKINS.:
flS. for MM '_rlla.. M ooaa, t room, 2 baths, Guitar, Accordion Special plan DAVID L. WII8ON, said that althoulpa
,, (w oar ortloa ,_... porch. Betwern rates. Phone 488-3785, Eves exciting careers are I for students who don't have In.strument. Pa...., April 11 ... IT. Mar 4. 1M4
A ..rrlo. cl"rn *t II Mute IPpad. beach Post Office. Extra 488-5994. awaiting high calibre youn TUB rrecttrr DOUBT or vex It is designed as a car wash.operatol'll ,
for oaa of .h. Goadollor. P.O.M kitchen converts part for high school .. Phone 9:00: to 9:30: TWFIJTH JVIIIMAb CIRCOITOOI'RT of SUFSRA units find
aaaioaT. III ,..11.. M laaifflad graduates who are I OF FLORIDA IN AND
( rental a m., 488-1475 Herman Ever lined California avant
apartment 428 Palmetto Interested in permanent FOR; MRAHOTA roUNTT, many people use the facilityto
CENTRALLY employment
Court Venice.TASTEFULLY LOCATED Voort IN CHArlCTIT farde designer Rudi Oernreich
wash the salt water from
DISPLAYOne Apartments, on yearly or a progressive IN RE:I Patltlon" ofHARLET awls for
Vander'i''i' predicted topics their boats as well as cleaning
Edition, per Inch $3.00 DES I G NED monthly basis. Vacationers The Boats For .... ran women within five years, window screen and Venetian
Mi Edition, per Inch $340 home eta realistic price. welcome. Armada Apts. 408 Telephone Company offers NonneTO everybody men especially, blinds
Two you chance to become CVLLEJf.Ta
bedrooms Rd.
screen 1 -FT. LAPSTRAKE his each
porch "PEN ... keeps eye: on new
associated hmhy noUfM that oho
with of the lead
AH elantfitd ads In.dY.1IC1 carport cathedral ce III n g, one Yan" 45 HP Mercury. Like ovaHiamad PMHIonnr. HARLBT IU.GKNB Gernreich collection. Another newcomer to the
walls furred out, paved streets LARGE FURNISHED 3 room ers In your community In employment new. Many extra 1400. Ph. CARRIUrR kaa Old. a ...._ With four years to go until Venice business life U a new
t e pt opportunities In tha abimwatylad for tha s4.
etc. Call Englewood 474-1451, Apartment. Weekly Monthly advancement 488-4022. .:lo> .., your ninor tkIM sued. tlr.Is he bares the barest Rudi U al- $20,000 service station to be
account evening Yearly. Reasonable 1 Phone and benefits. and roe w.. raqglrad. to .M.. oano ready hearing; his ultimategoal. built at the Northeast corner
488-3785. Eves 488-5994. Contact the personnel office BEST BUYS IN USED why th. aan. aho M act ... rrantad_ ay Among his-more-ekln- of East Venice Avenue and the
at -, aoay of ynor wrltu* .
CANCELLATION or NICE 2 BDR. HOME. Very OUTBOARD BOATS If any upon BTINMTTT StlRFUS. than-suit creations is a maillot Tamiaml Trail, on the former
ADJUSTMENT close to 14 plywood Mere.ZO 1044 Hal* Rtroat 5..aM.. """da, A. site of the Venice Area Chamber '
shopping ON PRIVATE #
ESTATE at Osprey General Telephone Co, _._ for Patltlonar, and by flllni tk. with a wide V-neckline that :
Dtqutth for cancellation .. Lovely shaded lot. Large well two large bedroomapt. hq. . . ,$195 orlrlna Khrraof with .... Clark. of aaldCoart plunges beyond the waistline of Commerce building by
equipped kitchen. A 1717 Golf St., Sarasota, Fla. 18' Gold Coast by May, T. 15. ..h...... a da.ra. the Atlantic Refining Companyof
r idiintmtnt b. c III I of tastefully !living room, tile bath as well as trunks cut higher
0 9 am. to 12 noon may k. ontoral a alaat y*> aranVWITNERS
decorated dipper . Tort Lauderdale.
error must be med. for home for only $12,. Frigtdaire, gas stove and fur. $350: Ins wadPNw, that the leg is.
MO. Can be financed. 20' Squall King mr hand ... W' .... '"f
Byron flare, TV fur .
garage space .
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE aid want at Saraaotn Florida thla II -
Markle Fiberglass .
Realtor. Eleanor $495 ..
Tay. nlshed or unfurnished. Annual day of .- IMOV.
I fin. on Monday. For Mon. lor. Associate. Phone 488-470S. basis only $100 per month. Help Wanted 2ft" Trojan (2 sleeper $795 A. WTNKK.
Gondolier ., ....
day BEFORE S 14 Barbour 50 hp. Clark ClMa* Oaawt.By .
Quiet, lawn to
no mow. Phone
BEST BUY in Venice . . I Jano Gnjmtoo.
pm. on Thursday. Gardens Seaman, 966-2825. EXPERIENCED BARTENDER Johns. .$825 DorMy
PHONE 3 bedrooms, bath and half or Barmaid. Glades Bar 19' Sunliner. 75 hp. Pnbhahl/ April 4, 11. l5. It. 1M4.Of .

large: utility room, carport, I BEDROOM furnished apart Next to Ford Garage. Apply Johns Sleeps 3, THS COUNTY JVDGrl: COURT IM

488-3125 screened porch. On a large corner I ment. Yearly. Inquire Avalon between 4:00 8.00: p.m. Trailer .. .. .. ,$1,09S AND FOR SAKASOTA. COUNTY. REAL: ESTATE INVESTMENT
lot. Terms as low as $1,400 Apts, 505 Barcelona. Hansen Chris-Craft Sales Inc. RBt FLORIDA ESTATE IN OP PBOBATBIN

down. 380 Hillview Rd, Phone LICENSED 1201 N. Tamlaml Trail, FLOBBNCB M. BACKB Doaaaoad.Pnhato .
4882894. MODERN, conditioned REAL ESTATE Sarasota FIK Na. T4TINOTICB
Fla. Phone 958-5515
stores available in South salesman male or female. !!: TO CREDITORS Duplex In wonderful location. Small
Real Estate ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice Venice Shopping Center. For Call for appointment 488-4621. GULF LINER 18-ft. with fold HAVING CIJklMK OR PEMANDS

section of Venice. Two bedrooms information call 488-5858. top 30 h.p Mercury with Tot AGAINST aro .......SAID notlflod ESTATBt. and _I.... down payment with good terms on

[ \INTJSUAL: OPPORTUNITY two bath, screened I''.'.......... I..... t 54.. H.._ 2 MEN OR WOMEN, Interested controls and spare parts en. to fllo any .1.. or _..... wklrh. sass
Established Realty Office loj porch and carport 1001 Nokomis I Y.I.. w 110....._ taw.OMM. In financial security rather gin, OK lower unit with prop havo >ra
j ration on Trail So. of Venice.- Ave., So., Venice $14,000. ....M. heir Lot 1.._, ....lIar than Social Security. This not so good Trailer. Firm $225. .oNce...*M.C...RACBT.,.. FlerMa Doeoaaod.r. tko, lato ofAa.of

Low down payment. No closing should be investigated See Mr. No deal after 12 noon Tuesday of H... JOHN T. GRAHAM. BaraaM
100x195 ft. Frame Bldg. About coots.' Call 488-6701. PARTLY FURNISHED 2 bed Jim Jimerton at Satoer's 488-3802. County. Jiidn In th. Ceo_ Coon 488-4413 or 4884196.
room cottage $65 month Hon. at Saraaota Florida. wOttneorlndar ...
750 1(1. ft. 23500. Byron Mar- plus
7957 So. Trail, Sarasota. ...tho from Ath. daao of MM'
lie Realtor Phone 438-4708. utilities. Phone 488-4927 or 488- lr.1 pabllaatlon. of. 11. *.otloa.Book .
GOLDEN BEACH near gulf 6467 : ..Mw/ dmand muot W to
SALESMAN OR SALESLADY Legal orltlni, and .In dnplioMoi. ah.R Malath.
| 141 FT. WATERFRONT, 3 bedrooms Two bedrooms, two baths. wanted. Town piss of ....... and poat orflo.
Misc. For Sale Apply 1M THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI odd_ at I. CI.l antt..11.. 110 nwwp I
IMi bath on South 30 foot Florida room ApU., W. Venice Ave. or write TWBIFTH! jirrtiriAL CIRCUIT m h.. .... CMLst 555 a5.ta w IYam .
| Creek 2 yrs. old. Town's End Box 573. Venice. AND FOR 8ARAAOTA COUlfTT. ...,. .h.n b.. _........ .be .. .. .. "", .--
Shores. Phone 966-2583, 924- on 112 ft. corner M. HEAVY DUTY all steel utility omen CTRIBr.IO IH CHANCFRr

1120. 519 GULF STREET trailer. Phone 488-4658 nights. CAPABLE WOMAN to assist CIRIHGIO, buahand. and and ANNA wlfPlaintiff. .

17" PORTABLE MOTOROLATV woman Live in, prepare ... Real Estate Corner
| APPROXIMATELY 4H meals. Call 488.5550.Situation rome N. TltnM"RUTof.
acrea.with ,
3 BEDROOM frame. Corner set. Perfect condition, ....."
palm., pine trees, 250 ft. lot, city water and sewer. Reasonable. Phone 4886376. 1111TN
[ n! Fox Creek. Private road in 1 pOTsrw oT Prior
Walk to school and store. $7.250 TOTS M. o .m.T
I M!.xlon Valley Estates Ress- 30 per cent below costl! Call AUTOMATIC SOFT DRINK Wanted 'I INTERESTED?

I enable 4886707. 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. Vending Machine, still under Alp..... Klcblran 4101
To. ar. horabr notlflod Awe I INCOME !
warranty for half price. B W HOUSE PAINTING Wanted. 10 plaint' to aalM till., roaotor !_a .1.. 3 Bedroom 2 I baths, Screened
WELL ESTABLISHED, profitable NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar- Auto Repair 629 E. Venice years experience. Phone 488- of rlrtta proportr aadar., and...tr.'.._. with 1.. ai rotard...._totn. 2 APARTMENTS COMPLETELY FURNISHED Porch attacked carport. O3

business in Venice, including dens. 2 bedrooms each side. Ave. 488-3502. 2658 Nelson Elchert following deaerlbod propany to-wttl Close to Beech heat
Central heat and air-condition Th. N.rtk >4 fort of th. wet
equipment, inventory ed. Attractive lake location. 5 FT. MAHOGANY half-circle 100 fort of Loa 4. Block t Plat $$11.750 Owner will finance 105 East Aurora v'
ind buildings. Interested buyer M x.e1..d: ..554.1
r 1 t"
should be mechanically inclined Phone 488-4885 or 488-6651. Coffee Table. Made in Grand Lost Plat Book 5. P... ISO. of IKo 3 BEDROOM HOME ON ROBERTS BAY $17,500.00 UNFURNISHED

Ideal for man and wife ope. V.nlM I ads ".... B... Ill*W Rapids, Mich., by ImperiaL SOLITAIRE EMERALD Pabllo. Florida.aa RoooH.. of BaraaoUCounty SEAWALL DOCK DEEP WATER H. N. WIMMERS
ration. Can be expanded. Reason ..... t Bar. Kabark.n ,riOV?. ''.,all. $25. Phone 4884642. RING .baa> fllod/ ...1.* ,r, and jam anraoulrod Priced Right!
and .....
J.at eaH U. 1._. 4IJ-HIT wedding ringon to a oop. of your anawar REALTOR
for selling, illness Small SEWING MACHINES. Clean, Nokomis Beach off pavilion or othor alradlna' to old complaint oa MICKLETHWAIT
down payment, balance ar. oil and adjust. $2.50. George h. Plaintiff' ."07. Blair and Dan, KERMIT L 221 W.Miami t.Av..
VENICE GARDENS Reward. Contact The Gondolier P. O Be* IIT5. Ill. Naaaag' "' ,. Von.oa .
ringed PRICE $12,000, Part( 1030 N. Washington, Newspaper Florida and CIA A. oriflaal ...... REALTOR 488.5308
or plaadlnc' In th. Mow\ of tb. Ph.! 488-4621
IN VENICE 100x200 ft. Industrial 2 Bedroom .1 Bath. Formica Sarasota 9557885. of tho Circuit. Court .. ahov." ...tooI Clark onor 801 Laguna Drive _, ,_ _
o property railroad "' 0.. .... ttk day of May, 1M4 Ifyoi
on Mobile
Cabinets with Built-in Range. NEW ADJUSTABLE Dress Homes fall U do ao, docraa by dafaiiH will
tiding Cash, terms or long Finished utility room, used form 12-20, $8. 2 rugs 9x9, ba. takon ualnit yo fnr IN.. rallaf d.. ATTENTION INVESTORS
lease manilnl la aid ranplalnt.
as den. Beautiful carpet and and Sale ...... ..,. .
ON 9x12 VENICE AVE, 45x115 ft. drapes included. This houseis 488-4922. Florida. thla lith riay .
comer business lot. Cash w, A. wv g.:ESI.r.: I IFlorid.
located on Shamrock Blvd. AIR STREAM TRAILER, 22 ft. Ci clt CqR, Irs A HONEY! Approiimatety 300 Acre
terms lease RUBBER STAMPS made to or. Completely self. contained. ,
In the new section with all
IN VENICE near railroad central utilities. House and der. Overnight service. Office Top condition. Phone 488-2P78. Pa b April e, r, Mar 4 11, fled WATERFRONT LOT Hard Top Road. Good Area.

ZOOxZOO ft. corner property. grounds In excellent condit personal pocket or stock. : Way Below Price at '
Will 550.00 Per Acre
divide. ion. NO added expense neces 4881432. BE SETTLED when you return .
PAUL E. NOWLAND after the Buy this 'S. iiOMETOWNCLAIM 100 i 300 on Intercoattal wide key _
Reg. Broker MYRON sary. McGLYNN Realtor Wanted modern 2 bedroom mobile with SERVICE III.III.A beautiful..,. 12 to IS bearing citnattrees. S9500.00 Martin S. StancikREALTOR ,

Venice Ph. 488-1231 452 Shamrock Blvd. covered patio, TV antenna, ,wnu't Call Mud see to appreciate.

Ph. 488-4974 YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military aluminum awnings and landscaped .
Wanted To Buy obligation with only six lot in Harbor Lights. ""' ''' nMc HUGH I GULF REALTY Tel. 488-5443

RentalsFURNISHED months active duty. Return Owner will take 3950. Call 550 rr45w' McPHERSON _ _ _S

WANTED TO BUY for service with your local Ma. Venice 4881867. P59-I42 4884567 I PH. 4884738 114 S. TRAIL VENICE

rune Reserve unit. CaU WHETHER. YOU'REBUYING
I want five to twenty acre one and two bedroom 'aa.... -

*t t land for truck farming. house. Walking distance Tampa for detail WOLFER MOTORS, Inc. _' _

Cleared or uncleared between to Nokomis Beach. Very I Business Personals OR
Osprey and Placlda. Can make reasonable. Call 488-5127. I SELLINGYou're
I U5 S. T.miaml Trail 488.3965-481-6150
I down payment and balnct Utilities TYPEWRITERS and Adding 2-bath with nice You Values Af
monthly at 6%. Give full AIRY APARTMENT.$13.00 week. Machines (mechanically operated SPECIALIST IN 2-bedroom Found HEREI
furnished. Only
Information as to full price ) Chemically cleaned ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
markets. loca-
and Wonderful
down payment and location to Near hospital like new. Just $12.50 plus partsif S Brat Repair Lubricate Chassis screened porch.

S. N., Box 748, c/o GONDOR Phone 4884006.TRAILVIEW required. All makes. Venice
Front End Oil
Alignment Change
Venice. I Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. tion. Small down payment. Easy
APT,. for rent by 4886113. Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlight Bents

year. Completely furnished. Wheel Balancing! Electrical Repairs M

Lots For Sale Automotlc heat and air con Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand. terms For Information call

ditioned. 1000 Sq. ft. On E.
SHEPARD Radio Repair "d Transmission Repair
MUST Tampa St., close to stores. 488-4413 or 488-4 W
SELL TO SETTLE Es- I Airconditionintj Repair and InstallationGREEN'S
1 Tel.
tate lot unit 13. Venice Gar. LUMBER CO.

delll; lot Sunset Beach unit 1; 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH Home 1003 N. Washington Blvd. ItI
lots Venice Groves. You see unfurnished. Venice Gardens Sarasota

hem, you make the offer. By- Phone 488-3789 call FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION or

roll Markle Eleanor ..
Taylor. Associate. Ph. 4884706.HO I 3 ROOMS, air conditioned $85. ELLIOTT PAULfor !!I! ] UNUSUAL

: I 2 room efficiencies. $75. Util. Member' Chamber' of Commerce INTERESTED I ? OPPORTUNITY

DOWN, $10 Mo. buys 2 lots I ities Included. 4882502. 1 ROOF TRUSSES: DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE

to So. Venice. Price $550 Al- 10x53 FT. 2 BEDROOM Trailer Alum Windows t Doort. SOUTH VENICE
1101Z> lots So. Venice $825.:! One 12x37 ft. cabana. Phone Contract Roofing t Painting Heating and AIr Conditioning H. N. Wlmm r s a i tar

lot Sunset Beach unit No.1. 'I 4881773. I Phone 418-2132 Venice Heating & Air Conditioning InstallatIons Dandy two-bedroom, Florida
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Room Tile Bath Large Kitchen
JWO Any one of these for $10 ,

don For $20 down and $20 2 ROOM APARTMENTS $55 I Gas Ranges Water Heaters Agent for Wetter Unien Teleqrapfc Stove, Refrigerator, Terrano .

Sob you can buy a nice Venice month, including utilities Dressmaking, alterations, draperies Free Estimate Floors, Carport, Very
501 Rd. S. 3 etc reasonable <4S8< .1130 Monday thru Friday 9 t. C: Saturday I* I
gardens lot. $1,950. Buy your Armada No Job Too Big or Too Smaii. Nice Work Shop, Plus Utility

t now and build later. Byron apartments. $8S B16 Armada 263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 481-2271 CLOSED SUNDAYS Room 8500.

wwkle, Realtor. Ph. 4884706. Rd.. S. Weekly rates also. After Male Help Wanted HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN
8 p.m. call 474-2589. Specialfor l H. P. HORN

NORTH CAROLINA yearly lenants-10 per cent GROCERY stock clerk.AND Experience PRODUCE desirable ---- INSTALL REALTORU.S.
through Septem-
<> discount April
J Yer 33 acres with 2000 ft. but not essentiaL Will
and Albee Rd.
frontage on paved stateHighway t ber. train right man. Top pay. .
C. near Brevard N. TRAILER with Cabana carr Breezeway Super Market Venice .: Ph. 488-378 Days

Priced for quick tale 488-5994 Eve .
W.49S. port, screened porch until Florida. FISHERMAN'S PARADISE I" *
E. D. Edge, Venice Dell Goodhart Pa- All ElECTRIC HEAT PUMP .
& -2289. J. w. Ponder Ven- Nov. 25th. SALESMAN for Model Homes _

ice. 488-6506. dua Court Rt. 2, Nokomls.ATTRACTIVE built by leading Sarasota Large, 2-bedrvom, I bath, living" room, Florid room, --

WARM;: EFFICIENCY County builder. License require HEATING Q CB house on walled canal on beautiful Myall River. This Space .
MINERAL SPRINGS heated pool. W. ed. 4881474.
residential. No. 14 ft 15, ,Venice Ave. Reasonable rate. FORMER MARINES receive a Available
BlOck 3. Unit 78. 4 Business Week, month or yearly. Phone 12000.
a foil (4)) days each month
4.29 pay
4 SO. Block 2 Unit 78.
*. 4883681. for week-end drill. Regular For Your
Gallo 337 Gardenia Road. one COOLING r :
Venice Gardens. Ph. 488-3573. APARTMENT, one or two bedrooms credits toward retirement,

completely furnish. plus the added earning power CORP REALTOR Real Estate

ELK INLET SeawaCed prl* eel. Reasonable. $00 W. Venice of two weeks summer camp In HI W. Vtnise Aya. Phon* 481-1400 488-2M* f I Io

al. boat basins E. U Elton, Ave. Apply t'30: to noon and California in August. Call 8361811 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice Fla. 488-5359 Advertisement "
for details.
B y.hora Drive. Nokomis, 2:30: to S-00: p.1n.- Tampa, -



PACE EIGHT r1T4 e-ennnj- o CT f: MONDAY, APRIL, iT,14f4


Dalton Hurls SAILORS 1ST WITH 73 POINTS Mrs. E. Geigley

., Jj:1T:: Kiwanis Past Venice Indians Place ThirdIn Wins Weekly LVWGA EventWinner

Bankers, 8-0 WS Conference Track Meeted hole division In the of Class Wednesd.A. ,HL"',

Kiwanis left-hander Steve and Bob Harrison fourth In the mile and fifth in lv( ). I, P.d... IV). T-U.I. Mil F.l.r Lake regular Venice weekly Women's event of the,
Bill .
f wJ Dalton rang up his second senior Krueger 1.I S (Is.rlnr.rD.le".4tew.na.II.yl.G ) Golf)
t division Gulf Little League took firsts Wednesday at the 880 P. I. a a. V. T-1:85: I. High jump A sn. was Eleanor Geljl.,.
Palmetto the Indian track The Indians will participate -1, Olllltand tRIo) I. B.Hnr ,181 I, Second place in the
victory without defeat Thursday as "blind
a H..loo.! (V) 4 Hodra (V.) > RntI
night at the municipal field team finished third behind Saturday in the Group .8, meetto I PI. H-S-0. Pol. V.ult. 1. H.rrUon holes" tourney went to Regina
Sarasota and Southeast in the qualify for the state meetat (VI.) I. Orm (V). I, Ftdnw (HI), 4, Buford, while Ern ** !
shutting out First
by -
Burnln (C" ( P.lton CPl.) H-11t.Hlth
Bank, 8-0, on three hiU. second annual White Sands Gainesville on May 9. IluNllt. .....,1.... (SI) I.Albrllto was third.
Meanwhile, his teammate. Conference meet The results of Wednesday'smeet (PI.) S, Ch.p",.. ((8)) 4. PltuV Em Manning was tops I.
( ). I, P.I.. (Rl.) T-lit 100-r.rdI Class B, and Terry
were collecting hits off Bank The Sailors captured six : >..h-1, Moor (8)) 1. McKmrfrOT (SKI'' I Hatton "'I
hurlers Jeff Knuckles and events, including all three relays KEY ftarwotn let tat! RmthMul I,-tl.. P..... (VI. Pony (SB), Brown runnerup
tent! Mi. V.nk. Deans,
Steve Richard Rohl- to win the crown for the ...... honors
411 l RI./ Hi( 4* ( ) !? 8..11 'IRI. S .110 (PI. In Class .
wing and Gordon Struble led second straight year Their 440-rinl O..k-I. MrDmttM Iwt. t, I. PytIPI.I. t. Modraek: (IOEt. T- A of the 9 hole divii!
the hit with Purh.1 PL .. Jonnion let. 4. Helm. 4:5a.1." B.0-r.rd H.lw I, S Bulmo *. ion, while Bea Stewart
parade two apiece. point total was 73. Southeast. ... w..
II. ( .a. I Rnrk (VI T.- l I. low Rrown-rh pm n-Moor ) 1 V. I NIL 4 second. Tops in
Both of ruble's were doubles. winner of five events, scored HurdlN-l.I SwntMn 181.. .. Albrittm, P. t. R. abet Put I. Hunter (FKI_ I, Class B wa,
s 1 4., Tolly Bowles also doubled for 53. Venice had 49, Palmetto 46 ,,1'1. a. P..... (VI. I, Hip,. (15). 1. MoDonnkl 'VI.) I, P.IaerPt.' ). 4, ConUntlno Sig Evans Florence Beatt.was .
tTWO F.d_ (Rl. T-MS. fwo-r.nl Ra.I .- (BE'). 1. Lu. (81.) D-N>.. In
Kiwanis. and Rivervlew 43, I, Knvor ((1'). I. Toll IRI, i, r.... diRI 1>1..... 1. Hunh (BFI' t. MrlJon.ld runnerup this class.
Mike Graff and Mike Rich half mile in a, Wilt. (SKI .. KI.... (PI. T (VI.) I, Pilirwr (Pt) 4. Hodm (V). tII. Class C winner was' Ruth
i Krueger took the .- I,OH. Sprint Morilvr R.lw-, S (Wlll I., Chipmnn (81. Younirbwil (VI DSt.nil.ln Johnson, while
got the two Bank safeties, both 2:05.5: and Harrison went 11 ft l!>mmit-Ohu>tn.n-Ma<>n-St. .niMnl.. t. Ilaa ward lu"p-I, D.m t81'':). R Betty Hackett
e in
singles The closest the Bank R. I, P. 4. V. I. SE T-t IOU. 120.D..h.I came second
9 in. in the pole vault. Harrisonalso ((8)) S W.Ik.eSEL 4 x.tyPt.
MrKntilra. 1555.!: GnworrIttE Next
I. week'
came to scoring was in the took a third in the high '). I; tie Re... (Si., McDonald ( I. H..i.l third inning when two errors Riverview'sGreg tourney.
jump, won by
and a walk loaded the bates -- -
with 6-ft. effort -
(Gondolln photo br Bob Ob.ndorf| after there were two outs. Dal. Terry Gilliland Green was a secondto Osprey Rec Hands Venice South

WRIGHTS don't make a wrong in this Wright witnesses the event. Trophy winners, ton got Deans on strikes to end Harrison in the pole vault Central
I instance Robert Wright la shown making tro from left, are Irene Paulton, Betty Hellis the threat. and Bruce MacDonald woundup

phy presentations to winners in the Ladies and Justine Steussy. Two In The Second second in both the shot put Lions Season's 1 1st DefeatOsprey
Golf As MI at Quad City Golf Club while Jim I Kiwanis tallied a pair in the and discus and tied for thirdin Stops ServiceSouth
second on walks to Bowles and the 220-yard dash.
Mickey Turner and a single( by C E Pitts Jr got a third in Recreation scored run-producing single by Bursts Central Airlines d
Amateur Golf two runs in the bottom of the Only Three Hits
Dalton. Five hits
Tourney produced suspending its west
the low hurdles and a fourth coast feeder !
three run. in the fifth, and four John final inning to knock Venice Dennis Molton held the Lion. service between Tampa
the highs. Sophomore
I hit. and a walk resulted in Stenglein took both these Lions out of the undefeated to only three hits, while his Miami on May 1 with resump.
three more tallies in the sixth rank. in a Junior division Gulf teammates were collectingfive tlon scheduled in the fha.! Venice ,
At Port St. Lucie Dalton fanned eight and Issued events for Sarasota. Little League game played off the combined offeringsof has been a 'Tag stip1on
May 7-10 one walk. Knuckles got four Peden Third In IM Thursday at the municipal Bobby Sanchez, Barry Knott this leg of South Central's op.
via the strikeout route and Other individual point make park. and Mike Young. I ration.
walked a like number. Deans ers for the Indians were Paul Two base hits and three errors Barnett for Osprey and Bur.
More than half of the fieldof tor Bill Carey reported from tournament at Port St Lucie fanned one and walked one Peden, third in the 100-yard paved the way for the Osprey ris for the Lions were the only
400 players is expected to I the FSGA office in Sarasota Country Club is May 1. The win was the third in four dash and fifth in the 220; Dan victory over the Lions, players to gamer a pair of for an
be entered in the 47th annual The state s top amateur This year the tournamentwill starts for Kiwanis. The loss Rezek, fifth in the 440yardrun who had won three straight safeties
State Amateur Golf Championship tournament sponsored by Florida be played on Port St dropped 1st National to 3.2. ; Hodges fourth in the discus going into the first meeting of The win upped the Osprey enjoyableday GOLf
I by the end of this week. State Golf Association and Lucie's two golf courses with Tomorrow, Venice Shopping and high 'jump; Young- the season between the two record to 2-2 and dropped the of
The tournament will be played its member clubs, is Florida's the field limited to the first Center meets Kiwanis at 5 p berg, tie for fifth in discus teams. Lions to a 3-1 mark. _
May 7.10."We've. oldest continuous sports event, 400 players of handicap 15 or m., and Osprey meets First Venice's relay team. came Osprey tallied twice in the Game. this week include: TRY
been receiving about It was first played in 1914 at under who send entries into National Bank at t:30 p.m. I in fourth in the sprint medley, second inning on home runs by Thursday Florida Power SARASOTAGOLF
10 entries a day since the invitation Rocky Point Golf Club in Tampa the state office To be eligibleto Randy Barnett and Tim Sea- & Light vs. Venice Rotary 5
went out the last week : Deadline for entries for play a golfer must be a jine. The Lions came back to p.m. CLUB
..., in March," tournament direc 'this year's 72 hole medal playI registered voter or a minor OracleBy tie it up in the fourth on successive Friday Osprey Merch vs DAILY GREEN
. son of one, belong to an FSGA Osprey S3.00
-- double. by Larry Bur. Venice Lions 5 p.m at Osprey
member club in good standingand rls end Mike Young and a pairof ; Nokomis Lions vs. Ve- Jus..5 ,
Kilowatts Notch Initial hold individual membership fielders' choice. No Bank 8 p.m. at Venice;
South of Sarasota
in the state association BETTY KAUFFMAN2b
The Lions went ahead. 3-2. Osprey Rec vs, Venice Elks ..
under the of 16 "" -
I are
in the fifth on an error and a 8 p.m. at Venice.
permitted to enter but they OSPREY is a busy town ; David Moulton, If; David

Gulf Little League Victory must qualify for the champ- these days Little League prey Bird, cf; David Blackburn, If;
ionship flight. The entry fee tice and games every day Joe LaFrance, Ifp; Jim La-
is $20 The event is conducted keeps the boys busy There are Gasse, f; Albert Sanchez, lb; --- -- ,
Osprey Merchants remained a double and single in three it stroke play in all flights. two petitions in circulation at Randy Barnett, ss-c; Stanley I JOSEPH C.
undefeated, Florida Power tt times up. Larry Jeffrey was I Any member club may enter the present time as well as a Lewis, f; Randy Crowell, f;
Light won its first game in the winning pitcher and Mark a four man team to compete rally to be held tonight at the Greg Godefrine, 3b; Billy LewIs -
four starts and Vemce-Noko- Bennett the loser for the FSGA club team Osprey Recreation Assn. build f; Gordon Tyson, C.
I mis Bank copped its third victory Tod Twill racked up his trophy. The lowest combinedscore --0-
in four games in Friday third home run of the season from the first 36 holesof ing.One petition which Is almost Shelby Lewis heads the Osprey CELLIFOR
right's junior division play in for the Bank nine as he pitched play determines the team complete is to be taken by a Merchants. His team is
the Gulf Little League. I his team to the impressive winner. Foursomes from the delegation from Osprey to H. as follows :
The Merchants: outlasted win. Kenny put Rotary Country Club of Orlando have M Johnson at the Florida
Venice Elks, 16-11, in a tilt t arrrrn the I leadin won the team competition for State Road Dept in Bartow. Gary Bailey, ss-p; Peter Ger- a4
at Osprey. On the local scene, the first inning with a solo the past two years This is a request to reduce the don 2bMike; Senevrf, ;
Florida Power & Light edged blast over the fence, but the Ed Kirkland, a member of speed limit to 35: miles per R. Sittler, p-3b; B. Bonace, lb;
Nokomis Lions by a 9.7 score Bank came back to take the the winning Orlando team, also hour through Osprey. Duringthe Eddie Yost rf-If; Earl Jacob., .
I. Bank cf- ; David Lent, cf; John
and Vemce-Nokomis lead in the second frame is the defending state school hours in CONSTABLEDISTRICT
Venice Rotary, 13-3 crossing Matthews, rh; Rocky Glisson, t '
whipped' Eight runs in the fifth put the champion An Orlando attorney the morning and afternoon it .
Chuck Frady had four hits game out of notary's reach. who is a veteran of the state'iamateur is impossible for most of the c; George Yahraus, pas; Rich. Vv .,i
and Jeff Sourbeer three to Jim Ringo started for the Rotary circuit, Kirkland traffic to slow down to school ard Gerdon, f.
pace the Elks at the plate, but and took the loss. flashed a solid nine under par when 2
zone speed they are td
overall balance at the plate by 279 over the tough PSL layouts traveling within the present The Osprey Farm Team,
I the Merchants was the differ'I If we have a sense of responsibility last year to win the title by speed limit of 85 with The Rev Edward Owen.
ence. the world will keep three shots from Gibby Gil The Florida Highway Patrol in charge and with a one gamein .., EXPERIENCECOUNTS
Mark Ramlow continued his us in harness as long as we bert. Kirkland is expected is out doing its tuty in stopping three record, has these boys
hitting for the Kilowatts with live back to defend his title. motorists but, of course, working:

this is after the motorists have Charles Gill, Harry Gill,
i already been through the Donnie Tibbs, Joey Czuprynskl, !

24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICE School Zone, which some day Barry Barnett, Arthur La Gasse
I may be too late. Ken Marlin, Johnny Ellis,

The other petition is for Johnny Ellis, Randy Bass,
We specialize in boosters of the rezoning of Mike Kauffman, Greg Gerdon,
Allan Walsky. Eddie Gau, Professional Law Enforcement Officer
*5"' lands for the use of Floridaland
serving all makes of David Mark Gatewood
M West, Inc, in their development Felty, ,
rJAI wafer conditioners of a shopping center and Bobby Ellis 10 Year Resident Chosen Career

.. tourist attraction at the cornerof -
II' RIMTAU' AIIS'SIRYKE AND WE the TamlamI Trail and The dock on Osorey Bay at VOTE FOR G.O.P. CANDIDATE
BJruOla ,t.I WATER ANALYSIS Blackburn Point Road the foot of Main Street is un-

SELL RENT -- der construction. Hooray!I The
p u )I fiAMROCIf I10M815ta -
[: ... .. Clyde Bristol, manager of plans have been changed to
m x. .......-.-,.
I "' '' the Senior Division of the Osprey construction of a 'Jetty extend- CELLI FOR CONSTABLE ON MAY 5th
....I. /---- '0" .,. ... Gulf Little League lists ing out to the length of the
/ his team members as follows: former dock. The wooden
.m_ .,. structure part of the new dock
.. Robert Arnold, cf; Rickie Paid Political Advertisement
j .,I1111/I/1/N 1 NII/N Braun, p-3b; Bill Bailey, c-p; will extend in an L-shape parallel ( )

Randy Young, p-3b; Joe Barnett with the Intercoastal r ,
rf; Earl Moulton, c-lf; Waterway. The boaters and
Denny Wells, ss-rf; Tony Kramer sailors and fishermen are looking .

lb; Timmy Albritton, p- more contented already
Karl Kauffman If; Johnny The Rev. Edward Owens announced .

628 E. VENICE AVE., VENICE PH. 488.6247 488.2465 Solter., 3b-lf; Carl Ward rf, there will be a Home
Richard Ward 3bcf.0 coming at the First Baptist

I g II mi"eD" 1 1i v yen.tIIIIII1IUI!" .... -.__ : Church on Sunday, May 3. After THE BISCAYNEA
The Osprey Recreation team, the morning worship serevice
with Joseph LaFrance at the there will be a dinner on I
LESLIE C. helm, is comprised of the following the ground Everyone Is re-
boys: quested to bring a basket NEW MODEL BY .

Joe Moulton, p; Bob Sanders, lunch. _



,,:.' SARASOTA COUNTY Bivouac Over WeekendA 2 Bedroom 2 Baths

Lanai GarageAirConditioned

series of training courses by 2nd Lt John Normanand
I': CommissionerBELIEVES marked a weekend bivouac by Warrant Officers Marge .
the Venice Composite Squadronof Smith, Kiel Smith and Marge
the Civil Air Patrol. Place. Cadet officers were MODEL HOME located 6 bloch J

The training courses Included S/Sgt. Fred Van Patten, C/B east on Shamrock Blvd next to J 00
first aid, survival and an Daryl Mattox, C/3c David Gir- our FLAMINGO $11 390
I air raid drill.Twentyfive. ard and C/B Mark SUre Il .

Sarasota County hat the greatest economic possibility on Florida1 West t cadets and five Training courses were con-
Coast, and that our natural beauty and charm ii our greatest asset. senior members participatedin ducted by Stires, medical officer
I Leslie C. Millar will work to the end that tares do not become more op. the field training trip at the and Mattox, cadet training ,

o i' pressive( and Ihru good business practices, suppression of useless spending, andI" Mvakka River east of Venice officer. Stanley Lavins,
The bivouac was in charge of squadron executive ,
getting a dollar't worth of value for dollar
raise standard of
spent our
every ,
the bivouac area during -
I lit Lt. H. M. (Chuck) Place over
: achievement, and possibly lower the tax rate.
t I'' III, cadet commandant, assist- the air raid drill.



.3' Voto For Him and Good Government at May 5 Primary




PaW political' Ad by Walter H. Wars, Campaign Treasurer, P. O Box 3478, Sarasota, Sarasota County Democrat Primary May 5th

Baa Jenkins, Englewood, Deputy Treasurer

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