Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00194
 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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00194
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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APRIL 30 3:14am: 8:42am
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'THURSDAY, APRIL 30 4:16: am 7:20: am
1:00: 9:27
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2:02:: pm 10:05: pmT(1RDAY
MAY 1 1:37pm: 10:20
FRIDAY FRIDAY MAY 1 2:34 pm 10:58: pm
MAY 2 2:20 21:2
<, pm : SATURDAY MAY 2 3:24pm 11.58pm;

t74DAY. MAY 3 3:19pm: 4:21 _

MAY 4 4:36: pm 12:22: am
!IDNDAY. MONDAY, MAY 4 11:36: pm 1:00: am

Serving the Fastest Growing Area on FlortdVt Wait Coast Osprey, laurel l. Nolomit, Venice South Venice, Venice Gardena Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte "


I Search Pressed For Missing Venice Man I Iesidents


[Co-op Sold

Polling Places Angler VanishesOn

Buy 100 Esplanade Polling plates In two precincts of the South County

win elections be changed on Tuesday for the first time at the May S primary Fishing TripAn

Voters In Precinct 9 (Englewood) will cast ballots for ,

--- their favorite candidates at the Englewood Recreation ..
Center Instead of the Lemon Bay Woman's Club as In i Widespread search U underway when it was retrieved in midmorning -

previous years. I for Ronald Heaven, 39, operator Tuesday by a state
The Precinct I polling place (Venice Gardens-South of the Deckhouse Res- conservation officer who was I
Venire) has been changed to the Venice Gardens Recrea taurant, Tarpon Center, who in the Pass taking water
tlon Center: from the Venice Municipal Trailer Park disappeared Tuesday on a pre samples
I The four other polling places In the South County from dawn fishing trip Fishermen familiar with the

I Osprey to North Port Charlotte remain the same as In The air-surfIand search tricky waters of the pass theorized -
previous elections centered around Midnight Pass Heaven may have lost
I Mrs. Virginia Meade, Sarasota County supervisor of where the borrowed 16.foot out his balance and fell overboardin

registration, asked that the changes be emphasized. "I'm board Heaven was using was the choppy waters and that I
s ,-i'1 tJ+1 + s 4 A 19 Na found adrift the
r not so concerned about Englewood because you can seethe shifting currents had floated -
I Recreation Center from the Woman's Club," she said, Heaven left the Deckhousedock the craft out into the gulf

"but I am concerned about Precinct S and was not In at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday and .-- ---- ...--,
I favor of changing It." I : was quoted as saying he would
Mrs. Meade reminded voters that the polls will be fish in the bay.

open countywide from 7 Can, until 7 p.m She also noted The empty boat was first d. .
that some confusion exists as to the candidates for whom spotted beached on the gulf
qualified electors can vote on the county ballot, I side but had drifted onto a
"Tell the voters," said the registration supervisor, sandbar in Midnight Pass

"to vote the full ballot." She went on to explain that candidates I
for county commission run at-large and are balloted .
upon countwide. Justice of the peace and constable I Cut Disrupts

districts that do not spplr, she said, Hill not appear on the I
ballot In the other district. The four other South County '

polling places Include: 'I
Osprey (Precinct 6) South Trail Lions Club Phone Service

Nokomis (Precinct 7)) Union Volunteer Fire Dept. I I i:14'RONALD
Venice (Precinct 21) Venice Civic Center. Telephone service between :
North Port Charlotte (Precinct 26)) NPC Community I Venice and Sarasota was Interrupted ? I
II, Center. for three hours Mon.
Total registration In the six precincts are Precinct day afternoon when a toll

.. 8 2.23!; Precinct 7 2 167; Precinct 8 1,963; Pre cable was accidentally cut HEAVEN
tenet 9 1,498; Precinct 21 1,547, and Precinct 20 I near Laurel

e rA" ,. 562. The cut occurred at 3:30 p.m. and back again.Particularly .
and full service restoredat
was attention was
.:, I
( 8:30 p.m., although some being given to mangrove areas
,';'! r-= circuits were put back in operation along the pass with the possibility .

I Photo br SiiiuhliM p.-j) I by 5:40: p.m. that Heaven, an excel-

AERIAL VIEW OF '100 THE ESLANADE' CO-OP APARTMENTS OPPOSITE VENICE CITY BEACH South County Voters Dick Fletcher, Venice manager lent swimmer and skindiver,
for General Telephone, may have struck his head in
'brae: residents of the 100 The new owners are Ursa S. 20 apartments In a three-nol' i y 1'ro >nt coonS i boons, said that although the interruption a fall from the boat and recovered
e Esplanade coop apartJessup, Harold W. Be'er and building completed In 19l" this one **' s al.1omWfor < occurred in the area where sufficiently to swim
announced today they MiNI Ruby Tallent. a swimming pool and reerea.'e I tne tnree-story unit, road work Is under way, it was ashore. I

bought the building and The property, which faces tion area between with officers elected from Doubled In NumberHere not determined exactly who Investigator John Townsend

d rights to the 4O-unit corn- the gulf between West Venice Under the cooperative setup, among their fellow occupants. was responsible (Continued on page 4)
r from Venice Beach Do- Avenue and Barcelona Avenue, the occupant hold 99yearopntent Jessup, who formerly operat.
Includes 20 one-story apart- leases on the apartments they ed a printing, publishing and
Inc. The price was
business in Omaha Are The Comparative Voter
10rted to be $170,000., menta completed in 1962 and occupy. They are administered lithographing Council
moved to Venice last
Neb., Approves
May and became the first Figures In South County

Porte Denies ChargesG leaseholder unit. in the three-story 1960 1964 I

Beyer Is senior member of Rep Dem Rep. Dem.

'the Allentown, Pa., firm of 6th pet. (Osprey) .. 737 615 1335 851 1st Airport Planawarded

Beyer, Aldrich and Barber, 7th. pct (Nokomis) . 701 839 1004 979
Water Inadequate Inc, pension consultants 8th pct (V. Gardens) 447 363 1204 734
Miss Tallent formerly operated 8th pct (Englewood) 480 523 831 654 *
a widely known tea 2lat pct (Venice) .. 817 413 906 608 anticipated hassle over above the Venice Airport

I:ohn A Porte, Venice Gari against the wishes of the I Advised of Porte's statement, room, the Halloway House at 26th pet. (NPC) .... 0 0 278 262 which of two engineering firms Only Council President E S.
\ developer, has denied ] homeowners and the Venice : Schmitt had this to lay: East Bloomfield, N. Y. Totals ...... 2982 2753 5618 4088 should be awarded the contractfor (Bill) Raymond voted against
preparing airport zoning awarding the contract at Tues-
b,, Venice Gardenl1eown.rs Gardens management As a result "My efforts have been In be-
rgu the
such the Venice half of the people of Venice WEATHERHigh The number of South Sara precincts of which 5618 are maps failed to erupt seriouslyat day night's meeting on the
theM of tactics
Assn that
I is immediately Gardens I'd do the same for Low Rain sota County voters eligible to Republicans and 4,088 are Tuesday night's Venice City grounds that it was a discourtesy
di\Ij! owned Gardens management
; s privately I ballot in next Tuesday's primaries Democrats. Council meeting to Mayor Smyth D Bro.
and voiding I might be a partof. April) 22 85 64 -
cancelling any group
system is inadequate. I 65 .05 represents a whopping These figures compare with Council voted three to one to hard.
of the April 23 85 I
i i statement Monday to future publication Water Situation April 24 85 89 ; Increase of nearly 100 per cent the 1960 total of 5,735, of which award the engineering job to Raymond wanted action on ,
GONDOLIER Porte also Bugle.: 67 over the total qualified to voteIn 2,982 were Republicans and J. E. Greiner Associates of the matter tabled until the next
added On the charges that the wat-- April 25 85 I
the was stopping publics- "The people 87 68 the 1960 general election. 2,753 Democrats In 1960 there Tampa on !the firm's bid of regular meeting in two weeks
of the Venice Gardens Porte, "feel that they want to er system Is inadequate, Porte April 26 27 88 68 I Current election rolls carry I' were five precincts, the sixth $2.200 to prepare the necessary when Mayor Brohard could be
!j I1 on the grounds that the be known as a part of Sarasota had this to say: April 28 85 67 .44 the names of 9,706 eligible -North Port Charlotte hav- maps and charts and an ordinance on hand to state his views.
.. independent "We have been operating! our April
} than -
t'h-OOd newspaper had County rather an (Continued on page 4) Rain for Month . 49 voters in the six South County (Continued on page 4) for zoning the airspace Mayor Brohard reportedly was
i :ed laudatory .Hlrl<- community out of town Tuesday and did

Nut Ctnrles((Chuck) Schmitt, not attend either the Informal

I p irKed RA> Venice president that< Schmitt Gardens has official been I Secrecy Lid On Contest Judges Named For Tallyknow final night afternoon council meeting session or Tuesday the of.

ng the presidency of thenewners CounterProposalA
group to further main feature It was schedule of votes that would proper credit !In the various how many will be polled a new $2,482,50 Ford counter-proposal had been
candidacy for the Sarasota The lid of secrecy has been as stated the that the race would be be Issued for subscriptions was periods of the contest. These by other contestants. This Custom Special two-door sedan presented by Brohard at last
PJI>ty Commission Slid I clamped down on The GONDOLIER to a close under secret made known. As the contest statements will be given to contestants makes it impossible for any or its net cost in cash If a car Tuesday afternoon's informal
1e: 's $4,500 Subscription Con brought not has progressed, vote receiptswere to deposit in the secret one to know who the ultimate is chosen it will be deliveredby session following an unannounced .
"r Chuck Schmitt has been test and a board of judges has ballot the box contest so that no management one I issued All contestants ballot box with their final prize winners will be until the Bill Phillips Ford of Ven- trip to Miami to gather
'' selected to make the final even in final vote reports are in and data the proposed air-
the recreation center, been would know how many subscriptions received credit as set forth subscription reports. ice.The on
,"* Is neither owned by him vote count, starting at 1 and votes It would the vote schedule Statements Each contestant will know counted. contestant obtaining the port zoning from the district

the Venice Gardens Home pm, Saturday, to determinethe take to win any of the prizes.In are being prepared to show how many votes he will poll in The contestant finishing with second largest vote total will office of the Federal Aviation
the the ballot box but he will not the largest vote total will be the $500 cash Agency.
erl> A sn. as a place for winners l the announcement, the that contestants received I receive prize
fling' the' nomination for A secret ballot box has been '# from The GONDOLIER Brohard told council members
'fits commission Installed at The GONDOLIERoffice The contestant residing out FAA officials David Kel-

"A oredonderance of the peeIn where contestants and side the city limits of Venice ley and Ray Peach suggested
Venice Gardens have their friends can deposit subscriptions I How Will Contestants Finish On Saturday? who has the next largest vote that Clyde E. Williams and

""''d this matter with me until 1 p.m. Saturday total will get a $500 U. S. SavIntrs Associates of Miami had prepared -

'9 do not think it fair for May 2. All subscriptionsmust Bond or Its cost plans for other airports

1 te l use such facilities in be in by the closing hour When the $4.500 Subscription Contest ends at 1 P.M. Saturday Thomas E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Box 3040, Nokomis, 7th. After these prizes are awarded which met minimum FAA requirements
1ninl! > for office and making Promptly on the closing hour HOW WILL THE CONTESTANTS FINISH? Mrs Viola Wood, 343 Matara Ct., NPC, Venice, 8th. the contestant with the next and were accept
'P car that he as the back- I the contest Judges will open the can't be answered until the vote reports are Mrs Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress, Venice, 9th. largest vote total will be able to the federal agency
I That question
'"' wilatlon of 2,000 peo- secret ballot box. count the made In the secret ballot box Saturday, and the final count is Mrs Ralph M. Adrian, 1105 S. Tamiaml Tr., Venice, 10th. awarded the $259,95 Frlgidaire The mayor said he then called .
'lit Venice Gardens vote on subscriptions that Contestants will know Mrs. Mary E. Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr., Englewood. 11th. mobile dish washer, It will be upon the Williams firm and
in it, made by the official!! contest judges delivered Venice Electric secured a proposal for updating -
'Enual have been deposited deposited in the secret box them Mrs Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center, Venice, 12th. by
Opportunity'A votes they
record of the votes how many Nokomis 13th. Anollance the city's airport master
the Mrs Kenneth Norwood Box 235 ,
check ,
will be by
Wi-oond rance of the vot- selves but they will not know how many
and determinethe Venice 14th The contestant with the next plan and engineering the approach
and residents of Venice of contestants, This insures absolute fairness and makes Mrs Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress, ,
!Mane! winners. their competitors know who will win prizes until the Mrs Leona McKibben, 311 E. Safford NPC, Venice, 15th. largest<< vote total will get a zones to the airport at
also feel that other it Impossible for anyone to estimated cost of
1l( As there is no wav of know- Mrs Dorothy Thompson, Box 703, Nokomis 16th. $20995 G E. Air Conditioner. an
HMps t
[ ,,., phould be given rqucw Ing how long It will take to final count. times during the contest Mrs. Mildred M. Pedersen, Rt. 1, Box 230, Venice, 17th. It will be delivered by De Sears The quoted price called for a
their out
unity to oresent the final vote count It has been pointed many 552 Venice 18th. of Venice Shopping Center. lump sum payment of $500 for ,
'''* complete Mrs John Kruse. Rt. 1, Box ,
Most of the population that the prize winners will be- the master
winners will be Tuesday: Contestants who do not win updating' plan
contest contestants failed to report l
the These
Notice' available subscription
the Gardens are in favof notified upon completion of it. 1. The ones who work for every Mrs, J A. Hightower, 529 Riviera Venice. prizes will\ be awarded with for the preparation of at approach -
other candidates as until the final hour. chart and rtt250
be delivered to cash commissions on the zone
Prizes will the Mrs. Marjorie Maurice Box 357, Nokomls
Iinst> become discouraged, ,
Schmitt for the county The who don't "quit" or estimated
2. ones each for an two
credited to
Commis Venice amount of
Monday. Tr. money
winners R 817 N. Tamiaml ,
'flRlssion the instead of thinking that there Mrs. Madge Powers
believing that sion checks will be mailed to ones who hunt for subscriptions the finish" NOTE' In the "line-up" published in Monday's issue of them for subscriptions To get trips to Venice for consultation
'Ireualificationa who "fight until
and exnerl- are -o more available; the ones commission however, they with city offlclo11.'Insuffl'Ient'.
win prizes ahould have this
not Blades' name ,
'far exceeds that of Sen- all who do with a determination not to b. outdone by their competitors The GONDOLIER, Mrs James E. GONDOLIER
Contest Judges must come to The
The talk been In 6th place
who DO NOT listen to rumors or Idle
3. The ones Councilman Ralph
their statement
wellknownarea office and get
following CLOSE
,The residents of this area The been selected about what someone else has done or Is going to do during TilE VOTE IS contestants of cash credited to them at Tuesday night's meet-
have men have The vote margin Is so close between the leading
railed to my atten.o the final days. box. | Ing that the Williams plan
ballot represented
the board of Judges of them could take and turn It In the
to act as for the five big prizes that any one
that their final vote report as
Schmitt treasurer, who to make minimum
a the final count of 4. The ones try and votes deposited This statement must be depon-' only the
and supervise with the subscriptions
vcr Collett the'nthlv'Rugle' the they have been making the grand prize
publishes good or better than ones Ited by 1 pin Saturday, Maya FAA requirements and asserted
votes: In the secret ballot box.
: for by the HOW THEY REPORTED TUESDAY not be sufficient
paid president it would
C. Payne at .
nice William This is YOUR LAST CHANCE to pay subscription re.duced
Gardens Recreation : First National These contestants made the largest Tuesday vote reports LAST Leaders Known to meet the needs of adequate,
rater of the contest prices and SAVE MONEY It i Is also your
which was de. In the order named: enforcable airport zoning. I
paper J. Howard The real leaden of the eon-
of Venice: win.
"e to The
'n only and solely for recrea- Vaughn Noknmls Bank, and Mrs A. C. Traver, 204 Bayshore Circle, Venice, 2nd. You can bring your subscription 2 and CAST YOUR since the names appeared in the Williams proposal a week .
'nal matters for Venice- Box 738, Nokomis, 3rd. before 1 p.m. Saturday, May ,
and not po- account- Mrs James E Blades GONDOLIER. But any ago, Brohard had turned it
Mal' Raymond W Edge, box for the contestant of your The
In the secret ballet
Venice 4th. VOTES
Trailer Park I
Purposes, Mrs Margaret Paul, Municipal lead that contestant now over to the airport zoning j ,
that any
311 the laudatory ant Bor 1816 Venice, 5th. choice. That subscription that you don't bring In, prom. I
">Rents contrary on Schmitt, have | when the xsirn contest** *..was stressed announced Mrs.Mrs Polly Mary Taylor Scagllone Rt,, 1, Alba, Road, Nokomli, .I.. 1 lit that yw drin'l auto hood could be !1261004 De eded \V> YIn (Cocttnu d M pap U __ jContiMed( M pc 2)) I

published in this! paper ,

1 J.q



The plan proposed by the of a Zoning Ordinance hleh e Referred to City Attorney enough to make ft possible: ,
COUNCIL OKAYS Greiner firm would use aerial would require greater cost of M A, Braawell for study and SECRECY several contestants to toms

I Obituaries photograph with toning charts legal work to prepare this recommendation a request (Continued from page 1)) the front during these fb h III,
(Continued from page 1) superimposed The Williams ordinance and clear it with from Arthul H. payson of Tar days.

board for recommendation. Anderson proposal U based on the use 01 f, all affected agencies pon Center for permission to holds .could be wiped out during Give Subscription Xok
maps available from the U S. "In view of the foregoing, chance the bulkhead line along these final days, especiallyIf Everybody knows ?
MRS. MARY E. REEVES EDWARD DeVRIES TAYLOR that the reported board had Tuesday studied night the Coast and Geodetic Survey the Board again recommendsthat his residential property for the leaders "let up" or become end of the contest I is that ."*

M,.. Mary E Reeves 88, of Edward DeVries Taylor 59. Williams proposition and foundit Additionally, the Greiner the Venice City Council construction of a seawall. over confident for any matter of hour, if anyone enl i
Lucile Road Nokomis died coordinator of production for unacceptable to meet the plan call for the preparationof engage the firm of J. E. e Allowed the Loveland reason going to give a Subscript. "
:yesterday at Venice Hospital. the vitamin packaging department needs for airport zoning a zoning ordinance while the Greiner Company for this School for Retarded Childrenthe Dudmg these last days, any help himself and help a to
She was a native of Brook- of the Hoffman-LaRoche Councilman Anderson further Williams proposal does not. project. use of Hecksher Park fora contestant who will put up a rite win, he will give It \*

Ijrn N Y. and later lined in pharmaceutical plant In Nut- stated that he and Dr. John The Williams plan however Anderson then moved that concert: by the Venice HighS real hard fight for sub crlp. Men and women who 11011

Columbus Ohio from which Icy N J. died Tuesday morning R. Hogan, the city's other appointee provides for updating the air.port the recommendation be accepted <:hool Dand sometime in mid-! lions can poll a huge vote and one of the contl'stants how
city she came here 23 years in the Venice Memorial to the joint zoning; master plan an Item not with Dr. Hogan seconding. Mav for the benefit of the overcome the leaders in the their .ub C'ription. *bola,
a'O. Hospital board met last week with included in the Crelner proposal. The roll call vote found Councilwoman school building fund. final count. them to The GONDOLIER en ?

She was a member of Bexley Mr Taylor entered the hospital Peach at the Sarasota.Braden. Blanche Celli! on the a Referred a request from Leaders Known fice and leave them or I

Methodist Church In Columbia about three weeks ago ton Airport where the FAA official In presenting the 'Joint city. side of Anderson and Hogan Frank Walther for an occupational During these last days, any touch with the conteste"thtt M 1

and Bexley Chapter 524 Order He and his wife had come to was inspecting a new county airport zoning board Courtesy Cited license for a trailer parkto contestant who will put up a they want t to credit !
of Eastern Star also in Columbus Venice a short time before to runwav recommendation for accep. During the discussion period Curwood for study and real hard fight for subscription give ItThat end

vacation while he recuperated) FAA Official Queried tance of the Greiner proposal, before voting, Council President recommendation. can poll a huge vote and subscription
She Is survived by a daughter from an operation performedIn Anderson said he asked Anderson read the following Raymond said he had no e Instructed City Clerk Har overcome the leaden in the fail to live could ba thai

I Mrs Faye E. Albright: a northern hospital. He had Peach specifically and repeatedly" report: argument with the findings of ry Hager to send a letter of final count. your favorite needs t to wij Gilt
three sons Walter J. Reevesof been ill for about a year. whether the Williams "The Joint Venice City and the zoning board. But he add appreciation to Mrs and Mrs. The extension or "...condpayment" .
Dunedin and Richard E and A native! of Nutley Mr Tar proposal would adequate. Sarasota County Board for ed, "Inasmuch as the mayor Joseph Ryan for their donationof makes The Instanbul
Robert M., both of Columbus; lor had been associated with ly meet the zoning needs and zoning of airspace surrounding sponsored the other plan I feel five cocoa plumosa palm plan for another nearly istence for bazaar, I lnes
18 grandchlaien and It great Hoffmann-LaRoche. Inc., for had received an evasive reply. I the Venice Municipal Airport we owe him the courtesy of trees to the city beautification everyone a prospect these shops GOO years ha !letp
(:randclUdren.I 22 years. He joined the firm Raymond said at Thursday has studied the alternate waiting until he is present program. : subscription Votes on selllnr anything }con!
I Local services will be held prior to World War Two dun fternoon's work session that proposal of the Clyde E. Williams Raymond also stated he felt subscriptions, plus the 200,000for fast ehlelds. to hlPpoflOtaJnl11;
today at 8 pm at Rawles ing which he took leave from he understood from Mayor & Associates to provide the matter was not urgent "I each $.10 worth run up

I Funeral Home Chapel with The the company for three year Brohard presentation of the a revised Master Plan would only hope," he said mums -
Rev. John L. Jones of Venice- while serving with the U.S. Williams plan the week before and also an Approach Plan "that the same courtesy wouldbe 4f 4k -It *

Nokomis Presbyterian Church Army in England and France. that the zoning prepared by meeting the minimum FAA extended to me." IIERK HIRP'. Mr. .d "... TknidaaEntlcwooH VENICE MOVIE LOG
'officiating. Services will beheld He had been a tennis enthusiast Cirelner for the SarasotaBradenton Basic Standards for Airport Declared Anderson "The d.uahtsr. Dcbora Ours
in Columbus Tuesday with since boyhood and alone Airport "was accepted Zoning longer we stall the more difficult .born April II, l(0 p.... GULF THEATRE TROPICALTborod..PrI..y.
burial in Grcenlawn Cemetery time was runner-up for the FAA, it will be" And he wenton .
reluctantly" by the MCKRI.U Mn and Mrs tawrane
"It is the of the DRIVE.IN
there. New Jersey state champion.ship. opinion to state that In view of the R., Vcnlciaon.. Robot William, son ........, THEATRE
Board that the original proposal needed April IT, I,47 .a.m.MOOL. .,
continued active play
He governmental '
approval UU"
until he became !ill last year Hospital Report I M submitted by theJ he felt every additional day < Mr and M... William H., .ADYANCB :.. ?eeasPiday and ::..S"
GARY- R. DASC'OSIOG.ry and h.1''' still chairman of E. Greiner Company was important En*If April dauthtar, Ml.ch.ll'& Marl*, e.... F.d and 51.5. ._. "TRB_ NAKED PVIW
Tampa, to born tl 4i provide a photographic
R Dasconio, 8-weeks- his firm's Industrial league ADMISSIONSApril Mrs. Celli! concurred by sayrur p.nda.nd
old son of Mr. and Mrs James tennis committee. He also participated ttl, Eull Kami-M, E"sk..mttJuanita [ type of Zoning Map, I think we should act ont 3A0005. M.. sad II.... Lon.... w.. 'LllT POR Mwd LOS'eaa ?
Tb"et .. R... Grind. ( ElbvJnhnaon complete] with a zoning ordinance S,.. V.nlro. d. ,phW.. L... A.. bars eeadar A M..'., T..dq lu
J. Dasconio of 1021 Groveland in other sports and Vmk.t film D..... BoraCrand. be tonight. We've been draggingour April II (III P.m. nape Inrll D.....
for the
Ave, died Sunday at Venice from 1927.1932 was coeditor : ., Mirtiirl K. Taylor. VnilnroodlBrnaat : accepted feet in many areas and, Is
C Platt Fnilnroad following reasons: HUNTER Mr. atVnle JoI. John p.
Hospital! with his brother Gerard of April Hi Doroth, Film rlltot, En- ". since the mayor cannot vote ont *. daurhw, K.wrgaa Mark& "A GLOBAL 'FAnr" 5 ants ;utS .. V. L ft
Other survivors include the sport section of The Nut. .I..odl. I Rabr Girl. Nfenl. .. En.)".. The Board, al their organizational anyway I see no discourtesy. .Saps April 14. Ilil4 .... ro.
Carolina. Ohio VmlM, Patrirla Jaraaa. meeting had ducussed ."
Lisa Lori and Lins Sun.
sisters, : ey V.[ nlM, : Jark Pl.m-.il& V.nk.; R. JuneC.natr.
in detail the
and grandparents Mr. and Survivors include his widow 101"0..1., FIo.Ad...... V... subjectof Di Hogat tenrr 'h. Creln-
4.i' l S.In' C.lrl I.r.... VmlMI Jarrr D necessary engineering and
Mrs Walter Hartshorn and Mr GabrieUe Prellier Taylor; a er proposal "a definite sound
McDonald I'. Laural
and Mrs. Gustaf Dasconio Mid son Lt. Richard H. Taylor April til Oom W fftv..... N.kn.en had selected the J, E. Greiner plan for the city." 24 HOUR WATER CONDITIONING SERVICEWe
Conn.Services Walur, Morrla North Fort thailolt.l Company to be the Consulting The
dletown. USA of Ft. Benjamin' Harrison in other business
John T. Shank. Eadwwdt Inward Engineers on this 'Job
were held yesterday Ind., whose wife is the 1, Smith. But Grand I torni. M : ,
at t Rawles Funeral Home former Virginia Ritchie of Nokomis Hunter. Vmln, Catharln' Millar, V... because of their excellent e Adopted on third reading We specialize In
In iMnlal .U Townawd. Haln' ('I' in this satisfactory
: "; reputation field
Chapel with The Rev. Miles ; a grandson Erik David Aim. W.lch. Ca ar KIT; lI.b, GirlHunur. services rendered for Ordinance 37S permitting the serving all makes of!
DePagter of Grace Methodist Taylor, 18 months of Ft. Ben V...... extension of water lines In
April SIT, Burton Or Inn. NolomhMichael Sarasota-Bradenton Airport
Church officiating Burial was arrun Harrison; a brother R,... V..,.: Lilian ravldmnVr East Gate. wafer conditioned
in Gulf Pines Memorial Park Gerard H. Taylor, of Nutley; Port Charlntt.. Bomthr( M. Tuthill. Zoning, promptness and thoroughness a Heard Public Works Direc- 8tNTAiS'SALU'IWtct
V..Ioo! Jullu. Kcwbkr, VmlMI, of their service Baunrg tedWATER ANALYSIS AND WESELL
Mrs Pete S. Conover tor Guy Curwood
a sister MArt Ann Bnatrlvht, O.pr,. report that 50
and most
of Venice and his mother April Ml 0..... Ortmcyvr. Enirlwoodlarold importantly, the palms would be planted next S
h MOTOR EUGENE SQUIRES Mrs. Alan S Taylor of Nutley O.er., Smith Wililnm. v.nle.t Mwah.n l E..I.V"I... L:,R.'''. high degree of legibility usefulness week in the parkway of the rkaGUk) inAN1tOA PtbMBlns' RENT

Victor Eugene Squires 80. of Funeral services Will be held< .,.. Non. Vrntra, R..hec.* BhrppardKnirUvflnd and east of updating East Venice Avenue extensionand ruaep
Pl ''dos Rod Placlda. died; oil t RaWlee : .. I William Tulnr... VanieeSarena by photographic means. in other '
aCl 11 t ay a
at .m. ; ;. d."iil..t., : ;; ;; "a The established areas throughoutthe -ll 'yet tR.t
Pi.; : Board war -
Sunday in GordaHe Funeral Home Chapel with April art Ab.., Burrflck, Vanlr.Thorn. .: city 1'011F'
was a retired commercial The Rev. Frank J. Shearer of .* London. V.nli I Ell WalUr. En. for the purpose of establishing e Awarded the contract for
.leveed: Villa R.Ik Bw. Boca adequate zoning,
fisherman who had lived in the the Calvary Reformed Churchof Grande, Fred Powall Port Charktfu. : for air conditioning the fire chiefs DRUnER
area for 40 years He was born Venice presiding Friendsare Pmaat: V. lI.n...., Vtnlc Wilbur the protection of life and office and the office of the police .,111 N/1./1/n.. as/l
gun*, V....: Priaollla Imkarp Enrlrook '*- property on basis of maxi
In Southampton N. Y, asked to make memorial Frnt Codarr. Enrltwood: Jeffr dispatcher to DeSear'i on ,.
1 Mr. Squires was a member donations to any worthy chll.dren' .r Eden; Vcnlea. mum protective regulations the firm's low bid of $559.90.

of Lemon Bay Post 276, American fundEDWARD. dos April Wi.ill.....Tre>. Vvnlr a Srmr.lt. Loul.a Venlea Mahon-, Mau. rather basis acceptable than on a minimum to FAA S Turned down an offer from BESTGULFSHAMROCK

Legion n. VHihv David If."' ..... Port Chan Prendergast Fahey &: Co., municipal

He Is survived by his widow HARDING RICE Mite.: Mlba Nokomla, V.ltri. Mari V R..iln.,: ! Mrs. Ella L. Squires cob' G.,.. Sender, Nokomli< I.... demption by the city of two ,
Services were conducted by Edward Harding Rice 73, of KI....... Vcnlea: Taorra U.rd. Vraicr. Board to be adequate for local future Issues of water revenue
n.h, Beam. Hohomlo: M.n EIlIo't use 628 E. VENICE AVE., VENICE PH. 488-4247 488.2465
Lemon Bay Post 728 Tuesday OS Nokomis Ave. died Mondayat Nokomiai Sharo Morrlwn/ Vnlcc ". An bonds.
et Rawles Funeral Home Venice Hospital after an eX' approach chart -
nljll'RARGE' .. -
FAA TSO standards
illness April Ml Fad meeting NI8
Chapel, Englewood Burial was tended Blanch FnrlrcoMfl
in Lemon Raxford main.. Uural I John n Bay Cemetery. He came here six yean ago ., WmNtld, Burnum Vanlra, Viola'
from Bangor, Maine after his Clark, Vanlca., William H.wklna, ".... a drafting job. This I
In, Marcel Hotuaworth, Vanlrci' M., chart Is superimposed on :
AtDREY T. BIRKE retirement as president of a J-k,... v.1..: 11"11. xrmn: t.reir.. Quadrangle Maps prepared '
wholesale meat packing fIrm. adl, Enrlrwood, Honda Mllch.ll" Vanlea .
Funeral services for Mrs member of the .: Carolina \I .11.' ... NokomU: GaorraWhailar by USC & GS and can be updated
He was a Warm Mln.ral Rpdn.aApril only when revised I III
a ; Audrey T. Burke 49, who died Bangor Lions Club and the I4t Tkantora Jablonor, Nona
Saturday in Miami Beach will Catholic Church of the Epiphany Port niarlotui Elkrrt: Johnion. V... maps are available from
be held this week in Chatham ,leal. Marl flha*. InptLwoodi, Ml.h.elTay USC It GS. Editions of these
here.Survivors. ... nfflewood Arthur Waldron,
II Mass his V...... | maps are made available by
;, She resided at 517 Menendez Include widow April M: lobo Morton. EnrlrwoodAllca : USC &: GS. Sometimes several
Isabelle a Thomas C. Nawn, Won. fort Ibarlotu
; son :
'I i St., having come here from RIM "' 0... Vanlca. years elapse between
Rice of Winslow Maine; two ..... editions.
New York City in 1949 April It; Buraa. VanlM,
# daughters Mrs Carol A. Keis- Goo,.. Cook, Vanleai. Fu'... Daltonilca "The photographic
She is survived her husband mepacan i
t Brewer Maine and Mrs I : bllen. Darna. Ron Grand. Jack i
Quentin R. Burke and er of Unhart, Vnle, : rrad ilrl..an. Vanlc, be revised piecemeal by ,
d Sara E. Palmer of Waltham Curio Nrlaon Nokomla: Dorothr MloolEnrlnrood / '
her parents, Mr and Mrs and processing addit-
< 12 grandchildren and Nan R.... V.LEd.| .
ass ,
EAST GATElocated
Russell A. Taylor of West ward Smith Roca. Grand. ional aerial photos IN BEAUTIFUL
Chatham, Mass. three great-grandchildren AplI Pet John AI.llo Vanlcal, Ijaona ". The updating of the Air.
Recitation of the Rosary was Barna.. Vanlca: Lady Boatrltht, 0.
,, Rawles Funeral Home was I the funeral prar: Patricia' I...... V.n,... Char''. port Master Plan is not a
: In charge of arrangements,:: said Tuesday and Koaturlck", Noloml.: Ernnt PlaU, Fn.Ikrarood function of this Board and on E. Venice Ave., City of Venice
mass will be celebrated tomorrow .. Arnai Kahlln. Nokomla: My.on the Board as such, has no I
; at Bangor. .na. Schoanfold Nokoml.I Dank Nokoml.) Townaand: Gont, Halnaa rtw. comment concerning this I CLOSE TO SHOPPING CENTERS, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES AND BEACH
i j Farley Funeral Home was in Clw: : Alma Wekh Nokomla. phase of the Williams proposal ,
1.1 .. charge of arrangements. I.April; Jullua 17: Edward Kablr,Rlr Vcnlra. laiplrtd, Knlnald), V.n. .

Ro...r, V......: Donald Kiln.. Vonic ",. The Williams proposaldid I EAST GATE HAS THE FOLLOWING
.J I 0..>c.. 0"....., Enrlrwood' ,I Lorn.
MARGARET TALADA Hants. Vanlc: Juanlu Thus,_ not include preparation I IM..M.
Boca Grand:; Rrbma Shrppard Enrl-' ......_.__.._.
Mrs Margaret Talada. 49, of wood: Howard J.1. Vanlr, arah
Venla C..I. Noko-
tC 'Shore Road Nokomis died ather ..la: Jarry McDonald U'ml. ALLENConvalescent CITY WATERYES
41 ) 1 a home Monday.She April Mi Albert Knlrht, North Port and
Chariot! Ralph. I.-m.... EnI......:
came to the area seven William MrG...", "...,.wondi. I...
from Dunellen, N J. Shan".. Vanlca Frank (., ., No... Nursing Home
years Mrs ago Talada was a member mbi MarrHt, Kathy, Plarldal Donovan Jack. Blarman Vnloai, Aril V.n. 24 Hour Hurting/ Sc.r. / ( WE HAVE PLENTY OF WATER! )

'of the Catholic Church. Iral, Gorr. Mlllard E, .i..dl' Sharon Venice 488 27 o
9hlrllnr. Fnrlrwood I Edward.. Taylor (I... PONIB DB LeON AVI. I
She is survived by her husband aired I. Nnr< I..... .................--..-..-.wawa I OPERATED BY THE CITY OF VENICE
Bernard and a aon,
Bernard Jr., of Dunellen

!t tt tomorrow Funeral Funeral Home at services 11 Chapel a.m will. !at with be Farley held The MILT Will TRUMAN Call CITY SEWERS Operated 'By The City Of Venice

pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal
Mothers, take the sting out of I Church, officiating FREE

moving! W. pack and crete 7:30: 8 Workshop


i i t distance end get it there HER FLOWERS i I
nfely. Put down the CENTER i

., +1 I'' end phone TODAY. papoose lowers Florida by was the named Spanish for explorer her- Donation 60c POLICE PROTECTION FREE!

THINK OFt Ponce de Leon. Today the
Beautiful blossoms make a major I Itt
| contribution to the state's OPERATED BY THE CITY OF VENICE

economy more than $lS mil

i lion Millions annually.of gladiolus are shipped amchrysanthemums .i at tc.li FIRE PROTECTION FREE!

north each winter. Now with

( i roses and carnations being Welcome OPERATED BY THE CITY OF VENICE

I 'J grown; on a field scale, the future f\\\ .
looks even better ,

"I 1 I Iu Little Newcomer STREET LIGHTS FREE!

u ;4( .1 g'OllQ pcy f g14/tefta/ 9Jorne H your Mommy will phone us, a Welcome OPERATED BY THE CITY OF VENICE

Wagon hostess will/ visit you with a basket

i j' 265 Nokomis Are Venice your of welcome lifts parents.and your gr.etints arrival li to and let to you coi know>pitut how[| LARGE LOTS HIGH & DRYSPECIAL

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'If Adversity never made e man of anybody but 'it always WELCOME NEWCOMER!

.: ; showed what kind of men he wa$. The test of a man is I r Use this
I j i the fight he makes, and the grit that he daily thowt. The ( coupon t to let us know you're hen I II' EAST GATE

way he stands on hit feet and talc fates numerous bumps I DAODrS NAME L

i 1;I i and blows. A coward can smile when ther,'. naught to fear, I I SUIT
,. ,/ : 111 when nothing his progress bars but it tales a men to stand t AOORESJcrrr ___ I II DOWN PAYMENT TERMS TO

,I. \ end cheer, when the other fellow stars. i(
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Daddy would
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't I t'rn'cs, East News I ... -(Government Hires 1 0 f Every 21 1

II One out of every 21 resident and local employes throughoutFlorida time is not Iv.ill.ble.
I ,'. nA ''': Hi"'", nd Wai K a Floridians held governments the month of "FlorIda ranks 19th
.. .., u possible MIlS Bresnahan i a 1 I during' I amon,
,a ." 'rDr,"n. are nil be on a short leave of ab position last year, approximately October 1 last year came to $76; the slates in the proportion of
.m 1"'r fn"mei "nee from General Motor the same 'as the national R98,600. a gain of 10 per cent state and local employes
'" 1' Tn 1':''! 1Ih-\' Corp:: during her visit here Ef average the Florida State over October 1962, compared among Its residents The I
I .: T' : W'ttnn's si I'_ 'he hat .been. associated Chamber of Commerce has re ''with I national average Increase state's rank in law enforcement

r ,to'' .''I'. ".... 'er-in.,In\<'. the. C (General l Motors for 40 nears with I ported In Its Weekly Business of nine per cent The officers Is eighth and in
, 1 l' 'rends v hq \'isl*. "f Dep'era Accounts for Chev "1ft October of 1903 therr in Florida during that tlon Is 35th "
1 J "a.en th'S Dart S<.l>."n. o'ct for the were 265,790 public employesin
e United !states' I
I Mr '4: HI"i, F'iw.rli Al".r.i Other recent I Florida. a gain of five percent
guests of
i n* Mr PIT"* Mrs Mill 'ont the over 1962 The national increase .
man omerv I YOU CAN
.. s were Mr and SAVE WAYSOn
"a* ss 'i'! M*. Watson Mrs "POr\le King from Fern was three per cent
'J ,n"". '" 10 on to Alaska butt dole Mich During this* Interval the total v
t /, "e t;mfrom here population of the nation gained Insurance
lu t ear, <."t been pope. to Mr and t\-;rs.-Scott Oe I I kltt. one and one-half per cent and I.1 NEW: LOW RATCS
talk Mr N ?fson into that trip have just returned to their en I 44 I IP of Florida four per cent 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
--o- home on Venice; Eist Boule I The Florida figure was 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT: AGENT SERVICE4ad
'j 1 Th ( "J"n I ?irgans and 1.11. vote after six weeks in the A made up of 52,346 federal civil.
1 lien I ff' 'ere have been entfrt RFAL snow country y Ian employes (not including
They I
fl' "nds from F"i l? ''e-e cai'H' to Stockholm ; military personnel), up two .
RI\ WI t Mr and Mrs Har Maine doe, to the serious ill per cent over the year; 47.830
aid r_ own a resort in Foatl>!! "ss of Mrs Oesens' sister state employes and 165 614
Rivet, which they opernt In Mrs Gustaf Anderson county-district-city employes AGENCY
The Ole '
summer months Their both up six; per cent over the 116 W. Venice AvenueTelephone I
the sene report snow piled higher 1
vacation included previous year Part-time workers .
florid than cars on Route *>0 and a : 488-2289
I IVenl'e
I suit at the Morgan Blvd. home at 134 real traffic tieup due to a snow I Gond,11or photo. bl Bob Ohendorf. per cent accounted of the for total about number nine, v A
Fxpeeted! tnrm in the of the "
nests next week at the Mor connecting Kitterine area bridge DEMOCRAT PARTY STALWARTS, including George Gibbs Jr. Democratic committee "The total payroll of state
wi1lI@i \ Mr, .and Maine candidates for public office at the May S primary woman; Masel C Huston county commis .
JIM Mrs and Portsmouth N. "rll '" r W l ., _
H. On T .n'lf .
Montfort of Riverside one gathered at Venice on Saturday for the ion candidate: Paul Taylor candidate for J I T r. .......4
James stretch it
took them four
hours opening of ihe South County Democratic District 2 constable Robert Becker,
m to laden travel road 35 and miles Scott on has a snow Headquarters at 121 W Miami Ave On hand J. justice of the pC ace candidate Hubert Fox, Why You Should Vote Foi
pictures for the kickoff were from left, Dr, Chalmer andidate for District 2 constable and
The Tom Ryans are having a with to the prove ailing it. They slater staved' four L Cooper candidate for school board; Mrs George Hifiet: Democratic committeeman, DOROTHY SUTHERLANDFor
rest time with their new' boat
weeks and on their .
return trip
"M 81 Dottie. Every weekend rSupervisor ?
their daughter family .it
"they' are seen piling the whole the W.lie"! Ip"1 .

family into the ear the boat. ",t iss You can believe that Auburn.onecouple .-....l.:.:..
and 'hw
off to
tehmd are new
d of
waters Tom Loraine (Mrs hapov' tn be back in the 1 1'7 tlr. RegistrationMORE !
south the Scott OJe-
sunny are
ftyan) and their two oldest' acne.
daughters<< are becoming en
t thin fl!'tic water skiers Little Experience
Mr. and Mrs
ro-\ear-old Lisa hasn" tried George I
12 Years Executive
nf 138 Paddington Rd are Secretary
ft ret hut she. vary happy to have their 1
I pie ride Joining them last \
daughter Mrs Charlotte Mos
seek was their homeguestJowph _::;J'"
Adonzia, from Summer. pro from Fitchhnrg. Miss with MORE Service For You
them They only wish she
rile, N Y Mr Adonzis. was a
could stay longer but in one Precinct mobile I registrationveilable for
Viiinesi associate of Mr. Rvin commune
when they were both empkwed week she will fly back home ity groups. Alto registration and voting material

1 et the Union Carbide Co available for study from Washington and Talla-,

ef Summervilleo I Grandma can put away her .
quilting Machine are takingover
A return visitor this next and can roll out in min- 1 r
perk' at the home of Dr. James ute'what it takes her years ;As rCy Understanding of Your Needs
aid Mrs Montgomery will be to do.
Mss Ethel Bresnahan of De Tightlv woven nylon attachedwith Regulation voting machine instruction Pencilsat
trait Mich Miss Bresnahan Is adhesive to a foam rub-- -- polls.
rally more liVe! family than berlike backing is replacing OondollH photo br D.r.l M....... DOROTHY SUTHERLAND 1hasacs.MORE

tout a friend as she and Mrs handstitch satin stuffed with NEW OFFICERS of the Venice area branchof of the local branch left to right, are: RalphM
Montgomery! were born next goose down as the latest quilted the National Association of Letter Carriers; Adi an pi ,dcnt Fred Lucas vice-president -
door to each other ono week material were installed Saturday night. The (Installing: / Paul E Nl *io's secretary H A Bran NEVER TOO BUSY TO BE AVAILABLE
ip rt' "" years ago Close! as The new fabric Is light. officer was Dave Gardner president of the non tre urer: J A Pelto master.at.arms:
steers they have mient all of weight and warm and 'may bea Florida State Association of Letter Curriers md Joe Roberts member of executive board, Pad Political I Advertisement
(her together much hit for ski clothes ( )
I years as great on extreme left with gavel The new officers stale association
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Republican Primary May 5th D tWf.it.---!!: I'tl"

VOTE FOR I 'Quota Buster'

BILL SULLIVANFOR SHERIFFBILL Award Venice composite To CAPThe squad THE BIG BUY for' 64

ron, Civil Air Patrol, has received -

er'area award to its receive second the only Quota two one such In Bust the awards QUALITY with ELEGANCE in a .ii


t The squadron's quota Is 15 DON GORDON HOME
senior members and it now has
22. It'. quota for cadets is 25
and there presently are 44 on

its Mrs rolls. .Don Goss teacher of INTRODUCING THE MANHATTAN

basic\ education at Venice Junlor -

High School, has Joined the ,__ :2 Bedrooms, 2 full Baths, Spacious Living Room
and *
squadron as an +
Is teaching a course in Intro- r'r .f 'c(d Loot at all these quality features
diction to Aerospace I t y'vv Central Air Conditioning and Heat, separate dining

Monday night meeting was ." s -AA4 area, General Electric heat and air conditioning
devoted to the first of a seriesof sli 4, v enclosed garage with utility, step saving kitchen,
classes on SARCAP (search ,.aAw'; r "= '" plenty of cabinet epees, G. E. range and oven, e<-
SULLIVAN and rescue CAP' Stanley La 'ir., a u .. haust hood and fan, louvered folding closet doors,

And Be Assured Of vine executive officer, Is conducting ?, vf', ;, aluminum awning windows, Terrazio floors, ra n gut'teri r
es+ and downspouts, longlastmg vinyl built-up roof '
SAFETY SECURITY class The next tJ
maintenance. free Duracrete enter or, fully Insulated
Republican Primary May 5th class will be next Monday $ 'i u ; 4eu Yi f attic, silent twitches, sliding glass walls, full 8' ceilings .
night at the airport meeting s 42 gallon glass I lined water heater,
Adv by f. H Mmtum, Treat) I copper
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marble window sills, copper plumbing throughout, 'Iii
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I VOTERS DOUBLE Venice Angler Missing I

I Overbrook GardensBy (Continued from pace 1)) (Continued from page 1)) searches through i recent!
1 acquired walkie talkie whijwas
.. lag since been added of the Sarasota County Sheriff's carried
I said cushions, along aboard
MART E KROCPA All Sarasota County now has department of the planes. one
life jacket and fishing gear,
a total of 38,507 voters 20,-
FoOowmg 9 o'clock Mas Friday 012 Republican, 17,769 Demo- with a trailing line, were in Heaven and his wife, Kay
Sunday, April 26, ladies of the --o- crate and 726 Independent the boat. One shoe also was have four daughters, Virguy,
Alter Society of St. Raphael's Mr. and Mrs Frank Noble of I eligible to vote in the county'f found in the craft 16, an honor student at Jlowei

Catholic Church held Installa- Neptune Drive are entertainIng 28 precinct, The boat was towed to the Academy Howcy-In-The.Hilli! ,
tion of officers at a breakfastin as their houseguest Mrs I Mercury Outboard Motor provo Fla j Elizabeth IS, and Kath
The above total Include 953
the dining room of the Bay Noble's brother Mr GeorgeJ I Ing grounds on the couth end Icen, 13, who attend Venire
Vista Restaurant with Mrs. Irvine from Oakland Calif Negroes registered a* Demo- of Siesta Key where police Junior High; and Martha, in.
crab and 206 registered a* -
Thomas P. Edmonds in charge. Mr Irvine just retired at 80 said, the motor was found in who attend Venice Elenwn
The tables were decorated with years young and undoubtedlywork working order. The fuel tank ary School
lilies and fern and the Shrine has agreed with him "'I Sarasota County partly filled. The Heavens moved to Vet
i I. the only county in Florida
Ice last September
was beautifully decorated with he doesn't look a day over 60 Odell, Coast Guard Auxiliary from Win.
than Jay
with more Republicans
white" madonna lilies, blue He worked as a statistic operation officer, directed ter Park, Fla., where he men
Democrats) .
salvia, and fern entwined around and public relations man for the search operations aged the Racquet Club Before
a atatue of the Madonna. the Oakland Tribune He plane Statewide Figure which participated in by that they lived in San Just
Four white tapered candles to go from here by plane to the Sarasota County's rapid rise surface were and air craft of the Costa Rico where he operated
two on either side adorned the World Fair In New York In voter registration kept pace Guard from St. Petersburg the Patio Tica Club and Re*
I with the trend over the itat*. Coast taurant
table for each officer
one new from there to New Hampshire the Venice and Sarasota
1, as. they were installed Mrs Michigan and Illinois to see hi. i The statewide figure, a* tabulated Civil, Air Patrol squadrons Heaven attended Ashbury
and \ b stt by Secretary of State College, Ottawa, Canada, His
Joseph Machacek Mrs brother and two sisters He wilt! Phil Coon Venice pilot in his
Anthony Kroupa 'We rein leave Chicane bv train for Tom Adams, showed a record the Venice police mot her. Mrs Mackenzie
own plane
charge of the decorations and California takmc time out tc 224,626 Floridians eligible to department and Sun Levin. Heaven, a native Canadian,
the corsages with Mrs. Th P. Edmonds and Mrs A. S Feather River Canyon near lf.. photo ti, Darrl Muthll This represents an Increase CAP pilot. since the 193 Trpwbridge( assisting After a Denver. He likes Florid very DCT CONVENTIONEERS Venice High event. The Venice contingent included, from of 461.200 voter over the number Venice police headquarters !' the Valencia Apartments, 432
School delegates to the Diversified Cooper- left, Bob Obendorf Cheryl Hoover, Betty I airborne
Armada Road
delightful\ breakfast, Mrs. much, especially Overbrook eligible in the 1960 primaries kept in touch with the
convention at shown Jill Nl<'ol, Carm Geigley Jim Ballard
live Training Tampa are Kelly, << the last comparable _
Jame. Padavano the .
and as was.Iw...toastmistress did- "ardens -a.- as thev prepared to embark for the weekend and DCT Instructor T. S, Rushing election, and I la 86,82) more r w 'I !!If MIk, F i:? j... R 1ri1

very well introducing the Mr. and Mrs AI Fritchie than were on the book at theme 9 '" '",' REELECTRuss

speakers. from Atterbury. Mas. stop. Venice High Seniors Go of the special ,eneraltlt'ctlon. N .,
ned by Mr. and Mrs James last November.
First the the
on agenda was JORDAN
Rt Rev. Msgr George W. Townsend on Bavshore DrU The new total how 1.802,- fGt, g a.s : '.
for. brief visit last Saturday 230 registered Democrat a* lr -
Cummings gave an inspiring Jt
here Mr. Fritchie to <>8.885 Republl- f' 1''w Your Democratic
talk on "Humility and Prudence morning. While To Tampa DCT ConventionSix compared 3 Candidate
." giving the definition was fishing In Lemon Bav carts, Another 25,511 are reg- t! I FOR

tit each which lntrestlnj and caught a nice big redfish stered a* independent. 8' I STATEREPRESENTATIVE
was very
Mrs Arthur VanLill which he gave to the Town- Venice High; School stu- a beach party and a hair-set was assigned to office in Nor In the four-year period since '

rewlv elected president of sends. "It sho was good eatin" dents leave today for the state ting party for the girl on Friday folk and Cleveland. He servedin 960. the Democrat out-regis- ;' ,
Diversified Cooperative Train- and elections and other the U S, Navy from 1944 to 320,775to
Epiphany Guild in Venice tered the Republican, .. PRIMARY MAY
Mrs M K rv Gruenbaum ing convention In Tampa andwill business Saturday, followed bya 194S.,. when, he returned to the 130893. However, the percentage 1'
Her as the guest speak formerly of B-vshore Drive. return Sunday following banquet and dance. Bureau. In 1951 he was designated increase of Republican raid Politic! Ad....'........
topic to
er. v. as our Lady
"Tim Lady Of" Fatima" She las returned for an extended the close of the convention Saturday Cartha D. D* Loach, assistant an Inspector and in 1959 voter was much higher, ...._ ._ ; yr ...i: ....

Mid in order to bring/ about the' visit with her daughter\ / Mrs night. director of the FBI will was made Assistant Director the GOP gaining< by 49.2 percent ...
desired effect upon society we : Lucille Crum of Tacoma Park They are: Jim Ballard disrict be the principal speaker at the Mr De Loach is an active over 1960 while the Democrat -

should apply the principal of Md. Mrs. Crum accompaniedher representative; Bob Oben- banquet on Saturday. member of the American Legion Increased 21.6 per cent.

Consecration to our every day mother back to this area. dort and Misses Jill Nichol De Loach was born In Clax- He hu served the Legion Registration among< Negro REALTY

1: es that socletv enn be made -0- Carmen Gclgley, Betty Kelly ton, Ga, and attended Gordon in such capacities a* Department voters also showed a large increase -
Mr. and Mrs. L 0 Gilletteof and Cheryl Hower Chaperones Commander, Alternate
r *-'''g to God lnm\ iwao can Military College in Barnesvilhs In 1960, a total of 163,'
Bayshore Time attended the will be Mr and Mrs. Tal National Executive Committeeman
to'ored and South registered
to t'e< w"rld. Next Georgia College 128 Negroes were
yea Charles O-v'-"nan. Presi- Golden Wedding Anniversary L. Rushing. He i is DCT coordinator in Douglas He was graduated and National Vice Com compared to 240.618 this year
r1'nt of Southwest Coast Deanery celerTp+ion last Saturday of at VHS from Stetson University: De- mander. He i* now Chairmanof Big Dade County again led VIEWS
was the Installing officer Mr and Mrs Henry Singer! of The delegates and chaperones Land and also attended Its the National Public Rela.tlon the individual counties in the

She asked the newlv elected Port Chirlotte. The affair was will stav at the Florida law school and played varsity Commission. In September number of registered voters

officers who were Mrs John held in the Congressional Inn and Sheraton'hotel... Convention football. In 1958 Stetson awarded 1963, at the Legion's National with a total of 429,064, more tenants which it cosily lethe 4

Breack. president Mr.. Wm. at Port Charlotte Attendingwer headquarters will be at him its "Distinguished Convention the State than twice that of any other owners.

Schultz, vice-president; Mrs. about 60 invited priests the Florida Alumni" award. Commanders Society named countr. Pinellas retained it* The income property WI
Thorns Drum secretary; and Including Mr and Mrs Wilfred Activities will include a second place ranking with 202; have to offer at this timeis
Dyes.1'tise P. EAmnr.*. Hvland and Mr and Mrs. Wil- Thursday night dinner and He was appointed a Special him "The Man of the Year" In 192 voters. new, I Is leased to reli.bley

treasurer to stand bv thr lam Anderson Mr pnd Mrs hootenanny; business sessions, Agent In the FBI in 1942 and I the Legion. However, the most soectacuar b CHIPS JOHNSON tenants, it showing an 18V
Carl Becker and Mrs. Becker's'Other
Shane as tr-v" took their fiRtr-' voter increase among the
I return on. required $2000,
From time to time
"'' Mrs. Clair Englewood
of office wFie4'"as very beau- PORTE DEMIES ervoir would have to be expended self in his Everyone had a gain' aslted if we have a
tifal and moot! reverent. by 14.000 gallons and office which jumped from 113,023 In
time which brought> to minnany <' (Continued from page 1)) Thus estate situation that would is efter allowing for taint
1964. ,
installed \ 033
three additional well 960 to 171,
pumps "These
Mrs Padavano people who 'dothinc1
then are -
recoir! memories insurance depreciation I I ,
utility completely in line with such show a good return on the "
I perennial
Sized the outgoing officers who At such meeting, ," concluded Porte, Broward edged past
the regulations of the Florida leader 'The I itusually maintenance reserve, and!
stated would N? Immed- voter registration investment. answer
pumps criticize
were Mrs. Roger always the'doers' I
Mashke \ icepresident Mr and Mrs. Chris Burch
State Board of Health. We interest .
and HiJlsboT'OUgh.Roundinl from income eipense.Come
lately installed and will be ." as Duval not an
and Mr.
John Ber who has been wintering in have not had at anytime complaints ten 1 In and let w gti*
out the
rv. She also completed before the end of the top st.nd point, but if you art
secretary Port further the
recog- Brook to Bay Park left Tues- charged at
from the board of
week, counties in voters this year I the details on this tm>
tired chairmen looting for appreciation WI you
the of Circles day morning'for Lowell Mich. health in with the VGHA meeting Monday night
of whom two were present They hope to be back In a few water system connection "I further stated to them that that "the comments by the were Duval, 188555; HiUsbor- may be able to help. .ti_

They were Mrs. Thomas Fdmonds months Unfortunately there has because of the tremendous president (Schmitt) and his ough 167089; Palm Beach At this time, we do have CHIPS JOHNSONan
chairman of growth of the Venice Gardens 112.312; Orange 98967.: Polk,
St. Cecelia been the small group only depreciateand improved property thatis
a drought throughout
Circle, and Mrs Charles development, I was authoriz- 6869.: Eacambia: 65,501; REALTOR & INSUROR
Hme Mr. and Mrs Charles W. entire state which has caused << degrade" Venice Gardens showing a good return on
track chairman of St Anna Bennett on Allen Street gave a cities and private utilities to Ing expansion of the reservoir. property Volusia By comparison, the top ten the investment. It it often 306 W. Venice! Ave.

Circle The out of town guest dinner party last Saturday require users to desist from fourfold for an additional 100, Referring to the water utility, counties In 1960 had, the follow. the case that older rente! 488.2241properties
were Mrs. Thomas 000 gallon capacity."It ,
Frltzsche e\ening Those present were sprinkling lawns and using un- he stated "we'1be\ happy to lag totals: will show fair return
president of St. Martha's Guildin Mr. and Mrs Joseph Robbins. nt'R"IIIY'water Indeed somecities was further! explained to hand It over to you on a silver Pinella 160 Brandt Real Estate Office
Dade 348,638 the investment!
Sarasota ; Mrs. Robert Lu- Mr and Mrs A. J. Masm Mr on the West Coast of Srhmitt and Collett that the additional platter" He added, however, ; on KENT MOTEL
I Duval 137423 Browsed
Hoi president of St 803: ; However, they usually require
000-gdllon reservoir
and Mrs. Frank Noble md the Florida have caused arrests that the development company
in Brsdenton: and MillS "uest of honor, Mr. George and subpoenas to anyone probably would not be required would expect to get back its IS.013; Palm Beach 87.J47; good deal of main- phone 488-I67S
Anne Tucker from Bradwitonbotrd Irvine from California sprinkling lawns or otherwise i for' a period of two years, but investment which he said Orange sa.S7t, ; Polk 68445.;

II member of the !outh' -0-- unnecessarily wasting water."Venice hat we would proceed at this amounted to about $1 t, .million. Escambia, 57,464, and Voluiia, advertisement

West Coast Deanery. There Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gagnler time Later after 54.115.
Gardens has a a strong speechin - - -
were 49 present from Windsor. Canada, and thoroughly adequate water utility I "Schmitt' and Collett left which he outlined virtuallythe

-0- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fink from and sewage plant However most pleasantly and thanked us same points he had madein .
Mr. and Mrs A. J Main Detroit Mich.. have been here during the past few weeks, because for all that we were doing for his afternoon statement, t ,. w v't ,. l -

J, e>f 1425 St Clair Rd., entertained the past three weeks as guestsof of the lack of rainfall, the community Porte called upon Kennedy to .., aawr <
\ for dinner last Sunday even- Mrs Gagnler and Mrs. we have asked our resident to "Our engineer, Mr. Kennedy, explain the technical aspects

.. Ing; Mr. and Mr.. Oliver Cunning Fink. Mrs. E. A. Michelin use water discrimin.tely. was instructed to immediately of the water problems and the
. and Mr. Cunnln,'. ('ousin. and dauehter Eileen on Stoner limit Not Reached procure the necessary permits proposed plant expansion f'S..1.

Mr-! ; Castle. Cunning from Englewood Road Mr and Mr.. Fink like Neither have we yet reached from' the board of health and Before the engineer got to'' : : ...
II l
+r and Mrs Stella Miller Florida so well they hope to be I In,- limit of the hookups permitted to design the additional reservoir the podium, however Schmitt -"" .
c I from Venice. After dinner back soon to live. by the State Board of asked for a vote of confidence

Mr Castle Cunning showed -- Health. 'All of the aforementionedplant from the membership by a

picture on slides of a trip to Hmte To Publish 1 The statements attributed in expansion was being discussed show of hands of those who :

England he had Just completed recent newspaper accounts with the board of health felt the VGHA board. had rep .. .

Collett Declares"Publication have come about as the resultof for a time prior to this meetIng resented them fairly Response ; ..
from the 275!
I a person who Is running for approximately ,
Mr and Mr*. Max Miller on of The Bugle the county commission and is I 'As the owners of the utility persons in the audience was

Neptune Drive enjoved having definitely" will not be suspended ; endeavoring to collect! votes by company, we endeavor to anticipate overwhelmingly in Schrrutt's : ;
houseguests from Wednesday Collett said today. netting homeowners and Informing all its needs withoutthe favor ;1W't;
to Saturday of last week. They "Mr. Porte does not own it, them If elected, he aid of some disgruntled The meeting at times took on
neither does he have .
were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Pchon any.thing will personally aid them In gripers In the community the aspects of a Roman circus .
to about It, Furthermore : ... "" '
and Mr and Mrs Axel Ellla say even respect "On Friday we met with Mr a* members of the audience
eon from Dundee. Fie he has contributed "On Monday, April 20, I Kenneth Brumbaugh, supervisor and Porte engaged In heated M ,
only partially to the supportof Porte) met with Charles of the Sarasota County Dep.rtment and sarcastic exchanges. The I9A'
It, along with .several of :
Set-mitt. Oliver Collett, our enrineer of Regulatory Services tenor of the meeting changed
Mr. and Mrs Flu! aH Mr the husl..ssm..n of Venice I IGard..ns '
Bride and Arthur Wallace who and he found everythingin when Kennedy arose to explain
- nn Neptune enjoyed I maintains the water end sewer order"Again. calmly the reason for the low ; 7
visit from Mr
a McBrrle'arnusin "The Bugle will continue
\stfm At that and the recent interruptions
time JamesCennedyofC we wish to pressures
and wife
!Mr and Mrs publication regardless of Mr in
in logical
Raymond Michener from West Forte's remarks to the contrary A. Peterson Inc.. that the statements which appeared -
Sarasota. consulting engineers In the non-technical terms.
Palm Beach from Tuesday to ," recently newspapers and
for Venice Gardens, explainedIn by a man running for "
.P'. A_ -..., detail to Schmitt and Col- public office and a few aide The New York City Board of

lett that the water facilities and confidants were made out Aldermen changed the name of ek

YOUR VOTE FOR were entirely adequate and are of whole cloth, are without Longacre Square to Time
being operated In accordancewith substance or foundation, are .
all health regulations entirely misleading and were Square shortly after the cornerstone

\Vs M. (MICKEY) SMILEY JR. "Our engineer stated, how made with the sole purpose of of the Time. Tower w

ever, that before long the res- gaining a few votes for him- was laid on Jan 18, 1904. r


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i 1 Will put e mm who\, has had Vote May 5th For

many years perience In

investigative work with the' ,. '

the State offic.Attorney's of office in ,s Boyd R.. "Bud" Gernhard ;tw1jy

The Qualified, Experienced

State AttorneyFor Dedicated REPUBLICAN t ,

t r saws totCLERK
t )

12th Judicial $ HE" CIRCUIT COURT

Circuit of Florida fi
Support use" tporkplv of the" Cmmty Commission

G.O.P. Go-Teom that .
Not only held the tax fine as promised tl 1960 The 15-year, internationally honored Mayor of Jack-

All of the 8 counties in the 12th Judicial Circuit are bat sonville demonstrated his leadership ability and fidelity

equally deserving of the personal' attention of the STATE REDUCED year taxes with resultant savings of to his oath of office
during a recent crises Insisting
ATTORNEY without placing the bulk of the responsibilityupon l'/4 mlllio dorian and by

grand juries or assistants. Still developed mart roads, bridges, drainage and all citizens obey the law. Florida needs a man of

I ether public facilities than ever before I I. the history
'It is a necessity that the STATE ATTORNEY be available I of Sarasota County.GERNHARD. proven leadership in public administration. Vote Your

I i In each county at ,ant once every week. This I will do. Choice May 5th ELECT HAYDON BURNS GOVER


I Elect Wa M. (Mickey. ) Smiley Jr. VOTE

Paid"political advertisement by the Sarasota County Haydon Burns for Governor

(Paid Political Advertisement) Paid Pol Ads by Rob.rt .lInn.", C.mp.l Tr... committee Clay Sardenhire, Jr., coordinator Lawrence Robinson, Treasurerr

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Boat Towed In ( Senior Citizens Nokomis! Nettings I


After Hail to the Chief!" 1 shouldbe Ing long before 107 hour of

Mixup In SignalsA singing that song as our arising Their1 Is a necessary
The newly way.. In another a directory or good friend, Bertha Perkins, is trip this time as they have disposed
created Florida Commission guide of services and resourcesis of their northern home)
derelict boat hull being on Aging ha* challenged two- being rushed for publication back with us. But my Joy will recently and (we hope) will be
Oyster Co, and hed been donated thirds of a million older be short-lived She Is here for I
| scuttled In the under control However plans an official permanent resident their
py Cult club on
?' rpn to ion on board the "Good Grier'were
the club for the pur to make May a red-let City Hall only month and will be back
a ft hing reef was mistaken pose. member still were unaware of Stanley reception by a return (in October. I do not relIsh -
for overdue the search for Gerstlauer and ter month, From Key West to the Mayor, Council and other her vacation the Clara has before
""ndai an craft The club the overdue George Ruth, on prolonged again -
had along with the Penaacola they will .
spent Saturday be honored officials] with an inspection
"JIb three Venice youths on boat The chopper then return Qlbbs' but back for her. After living in the one
; raising the hull, dog, Angu In the celebration perhaps a
pumping the I of an extraordinary tour of city department
later ed to its home house for 33 think,
which was found base at years just
and St Petersburg
bl water out and Back at the fishing reef project senior Citizens good long time after a while.
stripping It. As for amusement, the older
of what and
't towed safely to shore girls, the cellar
L Sunday the hull the recording fathometeron Month. The older .
was towed by Shortly afterward generation folks will go Maying. There We can hope for the best anyway attic contain!
confusing coincidence
The Dr. Venice Dr.
Douglas will
boat Indicated also be
bran with a report to Venice "Setwolf" from Williamson's Placida boat, police learned that the linking 21 feet of water over top ry capers, cutting some mer will be public concerts, film can't we? Berthas The Earle Casey departedthis I

police by George Gibbs Jr., through Gasparllla Pass to the out boat was a derelict being deliberately of the derelict' 10-foot superstructure The month of jubilation is showings and and entertainments, sprightly: voice was a joy to morning also Earle just '
sinner\ of the Tarpon Center re- site selected by the club sunk and not the Diver inspected the being launched with official perhaps a hootenanny of hear when she called this recently
for retired.o
the the
of 1910
sect area, that his boat the fishing reef. boat In distress. The helicopter hulk later and reported that Proclamation by President the vintage staged on morning When she returns -
"Good Grief" with his son and was summoned back into the curious Courthouse aquare, The Dr. and Mrs Erle Baxterare
Holes Lyndon Johnson
grouper already ,
were Governor
chopped in next time it will be for
the seniors good, .
will '
frolic \
two others aboard was three hull and with additional search and a short time later looking It over, Ferris Bryant and the Mayors at pageants, expected back from their' ,
1 fours overdue at 3 p.m, ballast brought from shore rock the reported a drifting boat at 280 Dr Williamson noted that the of local municipalities. "Let us old time costume panics at we hope. Such a personality'! short vacation In California, It ti
Gibbi report was relayed by I derelict slowly settled to the I degrees some 10 miles off the reef project Is in no way connected repay our older Americans for square and dances, field days picnics Just bubbling all over. We are doesn't seem long but time as M
H local law enforcement floor of the Gulf In about 35 Venice jetties. with a similar project their sustained creative partic will take potluck bus supper Many all delighted Bertha that you we grow older Just flies by and *
to the U S. Coast A rescue flotilla was organ planned ipation," trips" to nearby tomorrow Is here before we jIIIo
f: ncy feet of water by the Venice Jaycees says the President, state parks are recovered from your long
and the Venice Civil Air ized through the cooperation of "Make this or points of historical have enjoyed today
Just mile and
card It was at this point that a one half offshore month outstanding
Stan other and will be
the or interest There selge shortly your
Irol Squadron and the two Lavln Yacht Club and the IJour continuing
F effort
CAP to
pilot, spotted; the will be senior bowling, old self again
I golfing,
i-tncies began an air search. derelict and radioed the sinkIng missing "Good Grief was lo. The scuba club president el- keep in the mainstream of our fishing shuffleboard and hik -0- Five thousand companies.
Meanwhile, unaware of the cited with all three youth *o Invited all national life all
boat' area divers and those who have
s location
to the Coast ing contests Here the first .
or tournament we are near making 3 200 products are
search activities, the Venice Guard helicopter safely aboard The boat, with fishermen to use the reef which lived so long and contributed
which had The of May which seems exodus manufacturing element required
George commission
Gibbs anticipates
Grouper Snooper Scuba Diving joined the III and two companions he said Is marked with a white so generously
search. Lavin had family time for a good many residents for the Saturn apace I
Cub: continued Its project fort reported that another on board, had experienced plastic bottle and can be located Senior Citizen Clubs numberIng relationship wth
boat was grandparents, I hereabouts, all to be back vehicle which will be launched
uncles and
abl -hing a fishing reef trouble and because by some 15,000 members
: intt navigating a 110 degree and
on the
I scene with a line attached of lack of aunts wll also be strengthened with us for the winter months. from the new Merritt Island
Gulf! five miles sufficient elec. course from dozen of community
west of the jetties organiza
to the sinking craft and trlcal during the Senior Jubilee The John Romers went to Florida site by the John F.
power could not tions, churches
operate Club member schools and
C_ jetties that participating I
three persons had been the radio transmitter Month. Contacts will] be renew their northern home this morn :Kennedy Space Center, NASA.
he In the public agencies
At about ( same time the taken from the weekend activity besidesDr. throughout the
6' irch was getting underway, under boat as it went The overdue boat was taken Williamson were Betty State have already] respondedto ed with older relatives or ....... _..... ,-.._.-- '''' --n'
jb members were preparing When the In tow by Clem Shaw aboard Steffen, Jim Reid, Dick Tow- the invitation of the State neighbors that have been over
't sink a 38-foot derelict hull on the rescue scene,copter Its crew arrlvcd the 'Tarbaby" and arrived lay, John Hetty. Sorg William. Commission on Aging to sponsor looked attendant or neglected the The month publicity NOW OPEN y
I' !ch had been half sunk in a was advised by radio from the Sunday back In. Venice about T p.m aon. Pet Prlndeville and Dick commemorative and social will remind upon children and
nal In front of the Charlotte Seawolf Young Gibbe' companENGLEWOOD Berry events
that everything grandchildren! of the
88I Tbe ancient
suggestions and project. Fifth Commandment. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
id plans pouring into the office -
of the commission's director The commissioners are hop.

Osprey Calls Meeting E'wood Legion Sets 107 programs W. Gaines of an Street informative include -. log Citizens the observance Month will of bring Senior a KREBS GROCERY MART ""

I and educational nature better understanding of the

and others that call for merry. impact of the rapidly expand Your Favorite Beverages, Groceries, Meats, Sand
making and entertainment ing older citizenry on the economy I
On 41 Speed LimitOSPREY Monday ElectionCommander Among the proposals that and socal life of the num- wiches, Picnic Supplies, Drugs and Sundries, Fish.
will recognize the potential of ber one retirement State
our grandparents are citations The month will demonstratethat ing Tackle Artificial Lures, Frozen Shrimp, Ice,

Englewood Don Weekes. Sr, er awards for outstanding individual people In the later years I
The Ice Cream
Osprey limit through the area was act Legionnaires will conduct their A delegation representing civic contribution, of life are not ready for the
Parent-Teacher Assn. U sponging at 53 mph and with a school storage shelf] or the heap.
annual election of officers at Lemon Bay Poet attended the certificates of merit for notable scrap
a community forum today crossing in Osprey it is Impossible their bimonthly meeting Monday Eighth" District Legion conven group projects in behalfof Instead of asking "What are OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK I
at 7:30: p m at Osprey for cars to decrease to night tlon held last in older people, talent or hob. we going.!. to do about Grand
Baptist Church hall to clan.fa the 13.mile limit in time to pre. Nominations for the various The Sunday delegate] were aGorda by shows that display creative ma" families will be saying 2229 S, Trail Across From Early Wynn's6t4f"
the community's desires on \entaccldents. Schroeder said effort, a "Visit-on.Older-Per. "What's Grandma going to donext'
the US. 41 speed limit problem offices as submitted by a nom. Commander Clark Eccles. radio "' !" '71rtltlsluAlWgwae4AS lII ...... a -
Others present will be members natmg committee are ** follows Chsplaln Louie D Sheppanand son-Day or Iner :
i nt the County School views with a city's oldest active c + ._.3L1 ""-- = : .
: for commander, William Adjutant E A. Bartholomew 4Rr' 5P !
Slate Rep John Hasson willspeck Board and candidates for the Haste for citizen, worker, or protes-
; senior vice-com( Accompanying the delegation
on the final decision referred Board Past slonal person. R ANTr'P' RiA TI- i
mender Benjamin Lan.; second were Commanders .
Warren Cason and
by mem Schroeder said that the community vice-commander, Whitford Don Weekes Sr. William E. Speakers question.and.answer
her of the State Road Board on Herdman forums now in thebanning
has permission to install 3arkley; chaplain, Louie D. and Arthur Jones
the: amount of responsibility a caution light at the Sheppard Commander Eccles will re stage can supply
controversial aer.eant.at..rma
; I
the board will for facts on local resources and As Sarasota County continues to more and
: assume a crossing but It must Amon Dunham; assistant ser i port on the activities of the grow
caution light at the school acilitles in health, education,
be done at the of the eant.at.arml, Guy Perkins convention (t Monday night's
Several members of the historian ; session! lousing, and recreation, Following more we have the need for experienced leaders. One of
community or by the county. Mrs. Fay Glascott; "
such forums
Commission an
County will
present, Whitey Schroeder, forum according to present plans. The service officer Ernest Thelin:. formation Day" can be stagedor the most important offices to be filled on May 5th is that
help to clarify board of directors, Clark ECcles :

PTA Schroeder program will chairman moderate, said the whether, he the said.Diacuasion state. will assumecosts Charles and Yale William, E.E.A,Herd Bartholomew Insurance Via for possibly retired persons a counselling set up.office of the Sheriff of Sarasota County.

Chamber of Commerce, tredeaasocl.tions.
mission: and said that a vote i

tould u to the be taken community'at the meeting unofficid for the community of a will new also school be man Further nominations will Mail Order centers are, or planning local shopping specialjargans It is most gratifying to see the concern and Intel.

l brought up, Schroeder said be entertained from the floor for Items of special
J desire
ictlon concerning further prior to the election. interest to older persons; some ligence that people are using in selecting men and women *

He laid that there is presently The city of Palermo on Sicily conducted A memorial by service Post Chaplain will b. i Called Menace are planning show a Motion concert picture or talent to handle their public affairs.In .
a petition being circulated renamed four streets, two
for Louie D. Sheppard honoring( the houses In some areas are look.
a 3G-mlle-speed limit in Osprey squares and 20 local scholarship
of Legionnaire Victor TALLAHASSEE State forward to special admis.
memory ng
At the completion of U. Sheriff I consider Millard
after late President selecting
the your urge you -
E. Squires, a veteran of three Treasurer and Insurance Com sion rates for senior citizens
four-Ianlng .
the speed Kennedy.REGISTRATION wars, who died the past weekend mlssiontr J. Edwin Larson declared An "Open House" is projectedby
"Jack" This
Knuckles. has than 30
was Interred by the Legionnaire today the "growing many libraries, community years ,k.\

with full military menace" of mall order insurance centers homes for the aged, experience in law enforcement which Is a must in order
honor The post charter will! poses an increasingly end nursing homes. Posters advertising -

be draped for a period of 30 serious threat to the Florida the month and other ; I to organize and maintain a properly run Sheriff's Office.It .
days in honor of the departed I Insurance Industry and to the publicity materials are avail- I
comrade. policy buyer a well. ible from the State Commission .
I '
FOR Plan for the annual Engle. Larson Issued a stinging Office. is Jack Knuckles' nature to be considerate to all
will be
wood Community Memorial criticism of Insurance firms The elderly
KINDERGARTENFor Day service will be Initiated he said "pay no license fees, the churches of the through Florida the I people in all stations of life and still maintain a strict,
at the meeting and a committee are not admitted to do busl cooperation
of arrangement will be de ness in Florida, and are not responsible Council*of and Churches YMHA'YMCA'sYWCA' The, fair protective organization for your homes and property.

Fall Term ilfmated to anyone to pay off
month is an appropriate one '
Tentative plan for the acqulsition ted"claims when they are submit for launching drives or projects When you go to the polls Tuesday be sure to vote for
I the post of a Le for senior health housing,
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M. I gion; laypl will be discussed : Ke pointed to the Increasing or other programs for the elderly I Jack Knuckles, the Republican Candidate for Sheriff of
The committee In chargeof number of newspaper advertisements ] A few Senior Citizens I
the protect Includes Legionnaires by the out-of-state Clubs are initiating new blood Sarasota County; the man who is not a politician but a
St. Mark's Parish Day School John I. White chair companies offering cut-rate Inlurance banks, another a week for I
man: Chaplain Louie D Shep- policies on life, accident medical examinations with the good solid experienced police officer.
I oard and Past Commander and health, and In other aid of the medical I society
I 5U S. Nassau St. Phone 488.5984 William E Herdman field In one city a survey of needs j I (Paid Political I Advertisement By Bill StaM) i

I Reports on the Boy Scout The veteran commissioner and resources will get under. i oi---. ..#",-7C7-iJoiIIi 7aiWWnl.4MF r irt3alFPriia=eS NaRaRlwMnnEr i'i! ?'1 4 .,t
activities will be made by Past said "this trend ha* crown

dangerously in recent months,
and I feel Impelled to warn
Floridians once gain thai'
the* companies do not have
the approval of the State Inlurance .

Payoff Questionable
"These companies pay no
taxes in Florida, they solicit
by mail, and they pay oft by
mail when they pay off at MiLLERREPUBLICAN
all." he said.Pointing I' t
to the more than
870 companies licensed to do ..
busines in this state, with the
tccompanytng standard and <:

Inspection directed by the In- CANDIDATE
durance Department, the commissioner ,
said "you will b* {y
dealing with local agents .
men you know-when you pur- w DISTRICT 3
chase the insurance you need
Tom admitted companie You '
will have recourse to the Insur- '
nee Department In event of l t1 SARASOTA COUNTYCommissioner

difficulty In collecting claims,
and you will have a regulatory
agency to call) upon to assist

-- you' should misunderstandmgirise" i -1

Larson observed that unlicensed 1 : ;

; ]IF F I itaIIlltIiI I I ;; lea "oprt(In Florida through) advertl-compan- ,

l log, more or less on the fringe
of our huge Insurance industry,
and all too often they give the

entire Industry' a bad name," May 5 you will decide who will guide Sarasota County through four of the most

crucial years in our history. Will you choose windy experts in the art of baffle

Swim Ins 70 gab who say a lot and tell you little, or hard headed experienced business men

\WaferAT with a background of success and accomplishment.LESLIE .



Springs VOTE FOR HIM MAY 5th i

12 Miles South of Venice
PHONE 488 .58Q87 488-3125 On US 41 Paid Political Adv. by Wetter H. Ware, Campaign! Treat., p, O. Box 3478, S.'lIot., Bet JenkIns, Engtewood! Deputy Tree I

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.,If' 5A ENGLEWOOD The Lemon New officer for the .

I ';'l. X Bay Garden Club will hold Ita year will be installed by centpg MI'I.
; Edna MacVeigh. i past
luncheon at the President
JJJ1fDJETT annual May of the Venice Garden Club I
Driftwood Restaurant Mondayat nual reports by all cornmC

12.30 p.m. chairmen will be given,


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County Democrat Primary May 5th

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BURNS FOR GOVERNOR headquarters didacy Heading the South County campaignto
BEALL'S MARKS 50TH YEAR Five lucky Mrs H. L, Holley, 1480 Crest Dr.. Englewood -
opening) Tuesday at 120 W Venice Ave was elect Haydon Bums governor are from Restaurant
I G shoppers at Beall's Department Store in the Miss E, Josephson Rt. 1, Box 11-B, SpecialsTHURSDAY
attended by these four strong supporters (of left Robert S Baynard, Carroll Copp,
the Jacksonville mayor's gubernatorial can George F Gibbs Jr.. and Frank D Roebuck. Venice Shopping Center were the winners of South Venice; Mrs Nancy C. Moore, Box
$50 gift certificates awarded to celebrate the 363, Osprey, Mrs Mary Hampson,, p. 0, Box
50th anniversary of the department store 583, Englewood, and Larry L. Hatchitt, Box FRIDAY SATURDAY
You can be very certain that Burns chain. Little Susan Wynne, daughter of Mr. 2, Venice, The stores have operated for halfa
the word 'very'will not oftenSPECIALS appearin SupportersOpenHeadquarters and Mrs. Charles B. Wynne 108 Alba Rd.,. century under the continuous managementof MEATLOAF BAKED RED BEEF
pages; very Venice, displays the prizewInning stubs the original owner, R. M. Beall. now assisted I
drawn from the box held by Beall Venice by his son, E R. Beall The Beall I SNAPPER82c STEW
store manager, Bill Horn The winners were chain was founded in 1914 at Bradenton.
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First gubernatorial candidate stated that cars will be avail. Follow These Rules If You're Complete Sunday Dinner. 99c
1961 IMPALA to open a headquarters in able to carry people who need
the South County is Democrat transportation to the polls on
Convertible Ha\'don Burns mayor of Jacksonville election day

$1695 The Burns. headquarters was erect The local signs committee along the plans major to Closing Up And Going NorthWith

1959 PONTIAC opened Tuesday at 120 W. Venice roads supporting the Bumscampaign :

Bonneville w air Ave.. in a vacant storeroom

$1295 leased from Mrs Lillian Jos- many winter residents at them To> do so Is equivalentto I e Do not tell friends, neighbors I C'Bt1f
eph of Nokomis losing their homes and heading giving a thief a key to your or work associates of the ,
the Jacksonville
1962 RAMBLER mayor's Manning/South County headQuarters Englewood GOP back north, Venice Police front door. valuable posessions you have '
I I Chief John Shockey has issued C Close your garage doors. around the house. In fact
Wagon. A clean car will be Carroll G. a list of 13 things/ to do to di.. An empty garage with the door er leave valuables] lying
of Venice, who Is
$1595 Copp spear courage would.be burglars. open is a good sign no one's the house Place them nev.1
heading the Burns campaign in
Pledges Active They follow: home safety deposit box.
the Venice area The office will
1957 CADILLAC be ooen from 9:30: a.m. to 7 p C Close and lock all windowsand
-Dr.. HT w/.ir m. Monday through Saturday doors including porch and I II III AIR
$795 except for an hour and one Election Drive garage. Use pin tumbler cyl State's Economy Still Climbing
half from ]12 noon to 1:30: p.m. finder locks on all outside

1958 JEEP Pick.Up Robert S Eavnard. Venice doors. I Florida's economy during the "The accession rate In manufacturing
banker and land developer ENGLEWOOD Plans for e Leave a lamp or two connected first quarter of this year showed (that Is, the hiringof
4-Wheel Drive said plans] are to keep the to automatic timerto and the
aggressive participation in the an marked improvement over new employes) lay
$795A headquarters open through the coming elections in behalf of turn lights on and off regularly the same period last year as off rate are two other indicators
runoff election following the the Republican candidateswere each evening This makes measured by a dozen business which have advanced im coo
lot of 1964 models! tc primary. "Burns is "(foing to be outlined at a recent session the home look "lived-in" andIs indicators, reports the Florida plications Each was more favorable
choose from. Only four 'M our next governor Baynard of the board of directorsof a good protective measure State Chamber of Commerce. the first few months of

Buick Specials left. declaredThe. Venice-Nokomis Bank the newly organized Englewood C Notify local police officialsthe "Bank debits and gross sales 1964 than a year ago"
Charlotte RepublicanClub date you are leaving and both sensitive indicators of
board chairman said
HURRY HURRY the date plan to return.
tion on Burns' candidacy and you business activity, moved up 9 LegalIN
HURRY qualifications will be available Russell Brooks of Cape Haze e Have the post office stop per cent and department !store
THEY'RE GOING FAST at the headquarters He also was designated pro tern sec- mail deliveries to your home sales in leading cities gained AND THB: FOR COUNTY SARASOTA JTOTK COUNTY COVRT IN
retary of the association Committeeman while you're away and make 15 per cent," Its Weekly Business FLORIDA SITTING A" A COURT whole house
In space flight, astronautswho I. E. Hopwood who I certain no store deliveries will Review aald."Estimates IN RFt: F-HTATR nF 'PROBATE.: OF your
,3 ESTIL'SNew go outside their capsulesto presided reported on the activities arrive during your absence. show the total HARRY GU8ACK_ n-
do tasks will of the recent of of Floridians Cart PIN' N. 5451NONCR
experimental meeting e Cancel milk and newspaper personal income Tn CRr.OITOR8
& Used Cars themselves become satellites the Charlotte County Republican deliveries. An accumulationof running at an annual rate of TO ALL CREDITORS AND AIL PFR with =
traveling 17.500 miles an hour. Club. milk and newspapers is a about nine per cent higher than DONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID KFTATTCl OR DEMANDS tfl1ti111; ;

215 S. Tamiami Trail But, without air resistance, A membership mall cam. sure sign you're not home. at this time last year You. and. eaeh at ...... .ra. .hMVby Both.
will have sensation of fled" and required. to preaent. any alalmor '
they no "Total non-farm employment
TELEPHONE 488-6541 initiated under the
paign was e Have your lawn mowed demand. which either of you.
speed supervision of Bert Guthrie and your sidewalk swept by a increased five per cent and all may ba.. ...t... yor the Eetau of HARRY for less 1bal the
of GIIBAt deeaaae.1. late of soma
major categories employment .
and William S. Timmins All
neighbor at least once a week. County. Florida, to tho County J.d...
registered Republicans of the showed improvement. Court of Saraanta In tha CountyCourthouae
e Have your phone discon- .........
area will be mailed an Invitation Even contract construction, at Florida withinlii cost of roots nits
nected. Burglars will some- calendar monUie from the date of the
which has been lagging In the
to enroll in the ranks of tint publication of this notice.Earn .
call if is
times to
see someone ...
the Englewnod-Charlotte Re. recent past has turned upward claim or demand mult In
r. wrtlnt (forma art evailabla from tin
publican Club and lend their lomeTell County Judges offloal .hi duplicate
support to the organization'seffort one neighbor when you "Gasoline sales showed a thai) ... tha plaoa or rentdenra, and
J" HERE'S HOW are leaving Have him notify KM offl..ddr.. of tha claimant, AIRITE INC
to establish a two-party seven per cent gain while highway hall ... non to .by tha claimant his ENGINEERING
the if he
police sees anyone bo ah.ll bo ,
FLORIDA'S system in Charlotte CountySuccess traffic at state's snot or attorney acoompanlcd -
prowling around lnth"a: by et.ts filing fea which( fee
SENIOR SENATOR In Louisiana border check eight I may ba ........eia4 by addlnn to thaamount
;I Jnrr I f e Do not close shades or per cent heavier. of claim), and any aueh claim, Heating Air Conditioning
During discussion of the objectives blinds completely. Leave them or demand. not "> 1M ahall be mid .
e "Signaling future trends, the ./ HOMER AVERY GU ACC,
; SPESARD L.i.7'HOLL of the organization it 81 you normally would when number of business Incorporations aa Fxacutor of tha Kitataof Sales Service Engineering
f was pointed out that in Louisiana you are home H.rry Giuarh d-
[ I ND I a perennial Democratic gained nine per cent dur Attorney, A. Bradford Smith. 500 Bate Venice rV 438.ZJ73 ,
I S Never advertise your de. ing the first quarter to mark Potts ..d '"'..... Av,
stronghold] the Republicans accomplished Ill Wait M ami Arena,
broadcast the ,
>arture or news
the first gain of three consecutive V.Im, Flontds.FnMlh I
STANDS ON MEDICAL! ASSISTANCESenator ] a breakthrough by to your neighborhood at large. months since mid.1942. A..n r, 10, !t, p1, 1./' I IPERSONAL.
electing two to the House of '
Burglars have big ears Business failures, as reported
Holland strongly support medical assistant Representatives, while the rest
to Florida older citizens. Two proposals hove of the Republican candidates e Never leave ladders and by Dun and Bradstreet dropped
been offered Medicare and the Kerr-Mills approach polled record-breaking votes tools where outsiders can get almost onethirdDECKHOUSE. \
Modicare offers only limited hospitalization throughout the State. At THIS IS A

and Is financed by additional Social Security taxis GOP leaders attributed the \
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LOANS -Jt1 0 .,
administered by the Government It covers all old victories to the precinct-level /rJ }. :.:

persons, rich and poor, but dots not cover doctor organization throughout the I .
bills. On the other hand, Kcrr-Mills covers both has. state. It was the consensus of __._ : .- __ t. \ C CHECklHSj FULLSERVICE
pital and doctor bills and protects only those who the board that with competent AT THE JETTIES r

have the need. It is financed and administered by leadership and precinct-level] CLOSED TUESDAYSgone ; ACCOUNIS
our slates with large Federal support. Our entire organization, the same can be : !
Florida delegation In Congress voted for the Kerr- accomplished in Charlotte] P fishing tS FE:, J :i
County and Florida. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday i ;tt..
Mills approach. Our slat legislature approved it ,: t&1CO.. .
for did 36 of states and The board accorded Committeeman YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES .
a two year period as our i J ,
territories.' We are committed as a state and nation commendation Hopwood for his a vote of :_ Including Our Famous Salad Bar$1.75VOTE :.:n DEPOSI'4' .... BANK
to try the Kerr-Mills approach for two years. If aggres-
sive action In organizing the FRIDAY and SATURDAY '
changes are necessary, we can make them to as* SAVINGS
Republicans of the area and
sure adequate) medical assistance to our older citl. for his accomplishments in es. LOBSTER SPECIALOur t .
,,ni. (rapt tolOcal. Mitntumml) tabllshing the Republican headquarters Regular Men. /roi'/oo/e)/ / Nightly' ._0' r

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ing on Route 77S opposite the :._ 1 .. OTHER

Beach Road. convenient and financial r'.\J'f: \ .l"every ,
The board agreed that the response _' A. LOANS
of the area Republicans service through em HRISTMAS : .
\1 to the formation of a permanent FOR savings and loan departments ";Jit. i >. '' ..g.. '
organization has been it what mates ban 'ifrCLUa,4, ;. --== J .

M gratifying and indicates futuresuccess successful and what main '.., N i

of the new unit. Water H. Caiger i for successful ban in9. 'f oil' 'I"\ .eo!-,:' j. REPAIR I

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Tha First National Ban'RAVELR'S'[
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) REPUBLICANFOR of Venice offer you -
.1 5;: FIRST FEDERAL IN VENICE another important servicethat !' 1weweomwnw: ? .

,k,' ef friendly. and. confiCHECK .. -

T : dential! councaling. I .P ,
'fH joins the nation-wide "Law Day" ConstableDistrict dM P. .

I ,;L observance We suggest that you see f'T! ":' LOANS
9 : by tribute
paying to all I..
l us first and tat advantage ICOMPLHE0. .
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200 S. Pineapple 3550 S. Tamiami Trail rout lfofdgowMtDAJff/ ,6 .!

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;weal celebration of National - -- .- Item to CIv6808 DOTTED SWISS

sic proclaimed here
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Smyth Brohard for Jt For YourMother's

.-jlO, will feature concerts, A town with a heart, that* lives, Mr and Mrs Albert
'trams and auditions for a Venice. One way we had our Roberta, then to Gainesville.A .
,,:i.3l 1 jrholarshlp belief that this la true cor-
The National Federation of roborated was through a tele- -0-
tc, Clubs U sponsoring the phone call Monday from Bertha charming person who is
braticm for the forty-first Perkins, who la back in leaving the area for an Important
,r and the 1964 theme I.'ake is town after a serious illness reason is Mrs. Irma Day!
Music Your Keynote and surgery which took her to Durrenberger of Blackburn
.Living. her former New Orleans home. Blvd. She is on her way to l

Purpose of this annual obvanre She is a most popular person Michigan to be married and 13.99 l"I j,
Is to focus the alien- anyway, so naturally she would will send us a report on the ,
of t the public on music asivnamic get lots of attention while event. She still owns propertyIn
means of'communion there Jottings, though, asked the area so no doubt she
between all people and her friends and acquaintancesto will be back now and then and thru the

federation asserts music drop her a note, and Bertha summer. You s. I'
serve as one of the great. v.iI said they poured In. Too, she Area artists will\ remember ; ;
said they were a most potent will look
forces for maintaining pretty Georgeann Pearce who lovely s ;
and harmony between factor In keeping her spirits up was here on Casey Key for a
Ice and were, she believed, a major time last year and entered in this! basic e
''Ion. ,
are being I factor in her speedy recovery several shows during the time.
special programs y shirtwehtstyle.
She Is fine for which
rated by both the Cecillan 'u, ''tKss we She went on to California and
Society and Nocturne are so grateful. A return trip wrote last week from San .
SIC r next month, after which she
that she
"lrC1ub. t
\I'I."'! Pnrke Homes. chair- ; 1v4. will do some traveling with Georgeann Malloff Too, she is ;f
New Orleans relatives, is taking i Dacron & Cotton
for the
of National Music Week doing some sculpting
.n Han Music Club her away again for a time, Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara
the Cc an. 1r but how nice to have her back and is fine Swiss in
planning a compre-
ores the following pro f for bit
hensive show. We have a pieceof
Vrdav ms: at 8 p.m.. auditions r o- her sculpture that is very Pink, Blue, Mist
the Cecilian Music Club 11. Miss Harriet Lundberg of fine we think, and are very
olarehip at Venice Juniorh Chicago formerly of Mus- happy to hear she Is doing so dyed to match lace.
I kegon, Mich. took a few
choral room. Mr. L ._ _,,, well
School --- -- .uGoDdol.r "
; off during spring school vacations

ti Wallington In charge. ( photo b, Bob Obtndorf there to run down to Ven Half Suet

e public is Invited. AREA MUSICIANS active in National Music cilian Club auditions chairman Mrs. HughC ice and bask in the sun at Venice The Norman Mageea are off Anne Carter
; by
10 a Sunday to visit friends and
'hursdayat a.m. spec.
; Week events locally are shown above getting Kefauver, in charge of Nocturne Hour Villas. She teaches in the
tub program at the home together on their plans They left to Chicago school system and relatives in Pennsylvania and would make
are, events, Harold F Fultz, VJHS choral director a
G. Meadows of to take in the World Fair in
Mrs John right, Mrs Ann Lord, Nocturne Hour Club and Mrs, Parke Haynes, Cecilian National visited here two years ago. I
New York. Then will
Valencia Road, Venice. president-elect; Mrs. Hays Wellington Ce- Music Week chairman. She and Mrs. Mary Rice have they go wonderful gift pMothers
Friday, at 8 p.m.. a concert been friends since childhoodand on to Wisconsin with Norman i
:>!Ie Venice High School trvmtium are enjoying a happy reunion Jr to look over the Universityof I Day.
by the Junior High Mrs. Hugh C Kefauver and view a book on the life of Rob sing several Schumann numbers Wisconsin at Milwaukee
idol Chorus, Orchestra and Mrs Ann Lord will be in ert Schumann and Mrs. Doug. where Norman Jr. will teach
nd. Harold Fultz Is choral charge of Nocturne Hour activities las Arnall will illustrate his The Venice Area Free Public -0- and study this fall
-(dor, Donald Goss, orches- compositions at the piano Mrs. Library is cooperating In Things are humming at the I -
<< director and John Sleasn At Thursday's Cecilian meetIng M C. Courtney, accompaniedby the observance of the week by James Hightower home on I Word from Stetson University -
band conductor Mrs. D. C. Gordon will re. Mrs. James Hightower, will' displaying musical biographiesand Riviera Rose Marie graduated is that Jack Dawson is a _? Rich
April 29 at University of
other literature
senator in the sophomore class,
music. Florida, and brought home a following elections at the university .
Re-Elects Two house guest, Miss Jo Ann Albanof
Symphony West Palm Beach Nancy, this month EmbroideryWith

Jewish Center at school in St. Petersburg, -0-
brought home a guest also last And from Rollins College in
weekend, Robbie Lanier of Winter Park comes word that Full
Area Women To Board Plans Inter-Faith Jessup, G.. Son Jim 1 I" home Diane Riehl has been namedto

from Frederick, Md. He joined the honors list, meaning that

g e a.a and chairman of its planning Program May 8 Gainesville the Hightowers for Rose and Mane's Nancyin she maintained better than a k ,, LengthMatching

committee. graduation They went to B plus average Diane U a a
Much of her time each yearis An Inter-faith service pro Ocala two days before the freshman and will major in
iPl' tit r a given to Asolo Opera Guild, gram is being sponsored by commencement to visit rela- English.
of which she is president. The the Port Charlotte Jewish Com
guild sponsors the Turnau Opera munity group on May 8 at 7:30: y

Company presentations at p.m. at Port Charlotte Jewish Youngs Return From Slip
Asolo Theater, Ringling Museums Center, Utica Ave., and Sherwood .

She recently was elected StWorshipers. of all faiths are Honeymoon On Monday The style

A honorary member of Delta invited. Recently the'' members / i

? 1 'pA Kappa Gamma, national soror. of the Jewish group participated Mr. and Mrs Royce G. ried a hand bouquet of while I you like,
ity dedicated to women in education in Methodist gathering their
N a Young are on honeymoon gladioli flared
She is also patroness slightly
nnd the Port Charlotte First following their marriage on Mrs, Sarty's
a to
; gown was
,r 1 member of Sigma Alpha Iota,
Presbyterian Church offeredthe April 19 at 4 pm at First street.length chiffon in a brown gored skirt
national music sorority Jewish community use of Presbyterian Church of North and yellow floral design. She
The other 29 members of the the church facilities for two Port Charlotte. white and .
wore accessories 6v Vestee effect
Board are from the Sarasota years before the construction The bride, the former Betty carried a bouquet of assorted ,
and Bradenton areas Assign- of the Jewish Center: Johnson of 1013 Myrtle Ave., spring flowers ( bM r
I collar .
ment of board members to Those attending should use is the daughter of Mr and 7 no
committees will be made at the the Elmira and Conway Blvd. Mrs Joe McCord of Nash.ville The bridegroom's motherwas
: unable to attend. Mrs. Me !
by Crayne
4 .. May meeting. entrance off U. S. 41 and fol. The n.r. a Coast I
Cord light brown suit C'It's
wore a
At Saturdays meeting, heldat
low the directional sign. to the Guardman formerly stationedat
brown accessories and an or beautifulrich
symphony rehearsal hall, center, a spokesman said Col. the USCG Loran Station
Y Sarasota Civic Center. Cohen Abraham Golden is president. here, is the son of Mr. and chid corsage.
reported that the orchestra and Mrs Malcolm Young of Tor- The reception was held at lookingin
its allied organizations was ranee, Calif. the horn of Mr. and Mrs

COUNTY MEMBERS ;of; the board of Florida West well within the $34,500 budget Churchwomen Set The Rev. Terrance Peterson, James Teel of Alba Street,
Orchestra are Mrs. Theodore Brown, of En- having spent slightly more D.D., pastor, officiated at the East. Mrs Teel and Mrs. David Black & Navy
If'OUTH! left, and Mrs. James Young. They were both re- than $31,000 for the ;year's May 7 MeetingEpiscopal double ring seremony Thechurch I Ii Metcalf Jr.table.presided at the refreshment
annual meeting activities was decorated with
at the Orchestras
to their positions
Elliot Reid, treasurer of the Churchwomen of mixed i spring flowers I For their wedding trip the 16.99Half
Saturday scholarship committee, reported newlyweds are touring Florida
I St Marks Church will hold Mrs Gordon Nixon played i
Mrs. James Young of 620 I that 15 awards totaling their monthly meeting May 7 the nuptial music. I and will be at home at 1013
Valencia Road and Mrs. Theodore $1660, were made from two after 10 a.m. Ascension Day The bride was attended by Myrtle Ave. after Monday. Sizes
Brown of Englewood were scholastic funds during the Corporate communion.The Mrs Janet Sarty a close' Mrs Young came to Venice '
VO re-elected to the board of Flor year. The Florida West Coast service is also celebrating friend, and Joe P McCord III nine years ago from Nashville.
vo ida West Coast Symphony Or- Symphony Orchestra fund Churchwomen United i of Nokomis, her brother, servo She is personnel officer of Civil
chesara at the group's annual totaled $10939 and the J. M Thank Offering Day and members ed as best man. Air Patrol and is head cashierat 1
In Sarasota, Rorlmer Memorial Fund $6,- Kwik Chek Supermarket.
meeting Saturday who do not have their For her wedding gown Mrs. -
23 W. Venice Ave. Re-elected to her third termas 438, on April 1. UTO envelopes may obtain Young chose a street.length The groom received his education -
president was Mrs HarryL. them at this Sunday' services, white silk sheath with an overskirt in Torrance prior to his '
Mundy, former Venice resident More Than 1,500 a group spokesman said embroidered in a floral entrance into the Coast Guard.
/ \ who now lives In Sarasota The meeting will be held at design in turquoise. Her accessories He has recently returned from
\ Mrs. Young has served on Attend ConclaveMore Ham. in the parish hall. Re- were white and she car- an overseas assignment. MIYIAVla rar
) el the board for 13 years. Mrs.. ports will\ be given on the Daytona OM
'1 Brown was elected for her second than 1,500 Jehovah's Beach diocesan convention
year.Other Witnesses gathered In Sarasotalast on April 2123.Reservations .
.\ officers of the 75-member weekend for a three-day for the noon a ;; E

..).., \ community orchestra are: circuit convention at which J, luncheon must be made by t ELECT .
Moreland Gaines of Bradenton, Sala, district director for the Monday evening and will be
\\1 e\ I t) first vice-president, Dr. Eugene Southeastern United States, taken by hostesses Mrs. Frank FLOYD POTTER
.' .,. Boyd of Sarasota, second was principal speaker. Fisher and Mrs. James Dick WOR !
\ .. fC" / Miss Marguerite Including Churchwomenare
'. vice president, Some 30 area residents All Episcopal '
I \ ." .-- Burnham of Sarasota, re- local minister Russell urged to attend the communion RepublicanCommissioner
ry, cording secretary, Mrs Kevin Hord Mr and Mrs C Cecil, service
i. O'Shea of Bradenton, corresponding the Crews family and Mr. and
.J. 'A\ '>rj -. secretary; S. D Hill Mrs. Antcliff, attendent. Total If any thing has more sex
.JI7 of Sarasota, treasurer, and registration' was 1579. appeal than a nightgown with
)r1f')' 'i David Cohen, Sarasota vice- Keynote address subject was two shoulders, it s one with
{ ,- mayor, business manager. "Facing the Urgency of Our only one. The slinky diagonal i Sarasota County
p: / Mrs Mundy is assistant con- Times." neckline that stretches over u BE SMART SHOP NOW
( :.l certmaster of the orchestraand E W Hooper, circuit supervisor one shoulder and under the District 5
.I;' J / i is a member of the Sara spoke on "Protect the other arm is a grecian design

(' _._ / sota Memorial Hospital board New Generation," and Sala used to introduce a new, filmy FLOYD POTTER knows the FROM COMPLETE STOCKS!
_. closed the convention with a crepe tricot. The yards of fabric
-' talk on 'Study the Word of fall in graceful folds to the people of Sarasota County,
\ ODEGARDS Arthur Odegards of Life." floor their needs .nd desire thru: We've never shown many pretty, wearable

1 Pointe White Cap made a flying .
Dresses as now on our racks
I are
two-week visit back REPUBLICAN
\ lee how all the furnishings RETURN Serving third term M President of Englewood r Chamber of

: "fitted In." They bought Just Commerce;
U.SHIFT .-. look her best and she do it
before their spring departureand DON JOHNSTO Builders and Contractors Mon must can so thriftly
---- son Art Jr and his family Served at Vice President Englewood -

came down for a time, returning Allocation; here. More in her size more styles,

Sizes J to 6X $4.49 ,home with the shape.report that But THESCHOOL Served the County Jn advisory capacity in the reorganization -
in good
all was of the Light Industry Council more fabrics.
to for them BOARD .
Sires 7 to 14 $4.99 they wanted tee
selves, so down they came Service in Pare"t.T eache, Association, Cub Scouts, county

PLAYSUIT They left Tuesday the Western and Springs will return .. 4 1 sponsored local Recreation Council, Volunteer Fire Vl_.n <* Aprt J4 dravfaf Mi* H. L. manse, Mb. E. Iow>'h m.Mn. .

Sires 7 to 14 $4.99 Ill. home from for the winter, prob. EXPERIENCED Department and Friends of the Library; )/_ a Yeah ..... Yew HUHM, brrr L. .Wllt&.

. == ably in October or November, Actively engaged in building construction;
'"raw.rry--- +assaaarr -..- Positive Program '4.'nt Member of two-man team that led to appropriation for

I research Into cause and cure of Red Tide.

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I Johnson's Bouillabaise Features Gulf Fish Epiphany Officers Wright ElectedM

In Creole Adaption Of Old French RecipeCreole Will Be Installed At I

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cookery has bee,'i 1111 -- dishes But it is well worth th bayleaf and
; parsley When re Communion BreakfastEpiphany
one of of the famous exports!! .u trouble he acid.Bouillabalae duced to one pint, remove the Optimist PrexyWard
this country, and Ud \ ,s a U Nouvelle fish heads and herb bouquet,
recipe by The GONDOLIER's Orleans strain the stock and reserve Guild officers will ances of the Virgin Mary In
food column contributor, Horn 4 Ibs fish filets, red snapper Rub each slice of the fish be installed at a communion modern times, recognized by
er K. Johnson, is one of the and redfish with salt and pepper and then breakfast at Church of the the church and after Introductions Wright was elected the one-year-old club, n, ..
belt examples. Salt and pepper with the mixture of minced Epiphany hall Tuesday after each table hostess will president of the Optimist Club teacher at Venice Junior J s!
Johnson, who lives In Osprey 3 sprig thyme, minced very herbs, garlic and allspice The ( a.m. dialogue mass celebrated give a brief account of the appearance of Roberts Bay, Venice, .t the School and is active 1II1Imn.r.Po
was reared in Louisiana /V fine fish must be permeated by the by The Rt Rev. Msgr her table commemorates club' annual election at Fisherman ous other civic anaira, He
and got the recipe from aCre, 3 sprigs parsley, minced very herbs, garlic and spic to assure George Cummings, pastor The appearances are: Wharf Monday night. sides with his wife and "-
ole family who lived the fine Elected to the offices of vice. ren at 821 !iI4.
on the success of this dish. Guest speaker at the break Guadaloupe, the miraculous Robert St
La Place River. It had been a ; 3 bay leaves, minced very Heat oil or butter In a very fut' will be The Rev John medal, LaSalette, Lourdes president were Manney Roy During the year the club
French recipe for bouillab us fine large pan, so large that fish Lima, M. Moo pastor of the Knock, Fatima, Beaurajng and and Will Frady. John Bern- nounced it will build sa
originally, but during several 3 cloves garlic, minced very filets will not overlap. Add Church of the Incarnation in Vanneux tott was elected treasurer and munity cultural center In eon..
hundred year had taken on fine onion to heated oil Lay fish, Sarasota Mrs, Charles Ockel Mrs Walter Brown, library Mark Farley wa appointedclub Junction 'with its proposed\ alas
the American changes which 8 allspice, ground very fine slice by slice, In the pan; coyer .I man, of Sarasota, Southwest co-chairman, will summarize secretary. Jack Knuckleswas house and initiated
i have made Creole cookery 2 tbs. olive oil or butter and let smother for about Coast Deanery president, will an official Vatican Pavilion elected sergeant-at arm*. series of 12 a cultural
famous the world over. br 2 large onions, chopped fine 10 minutes, turning< once, so install the officers, Mrs. Philip World Fair publication dealing Four director, to serve two charge of Frank Programs Bemtn! It
The Johnson built their hon,r 2/3 cooking sherry that each side terms, were elected. They tot",:
cup << may be partially Coon will lead the hymns for with the story of the Fiet i year gin the building flUId,
In Bay Acre. Osprey! Tier 3 cups tomato sauce cooked. the Installation service and 'seE' Dick Rich, Bob Jones, Bob building, to be called The!
hn retirement from Shell OCo ,'' 1/2 lemon, cut in very thin Remove fish filets Add wine Mrs. Bernard Smith will be the All women of the parish are Pond and Chuck Morgan. ice Lyceum, will be the V""?",
In 1M3 He had worked for slices Invited and may bring guests for put
and stir well. Add tomato, lemon organist The club members enjoyed a cultural and educational
t) the company since 1928 in Lout 1 pint fish stock (see below) and fish stock Season with For further information and boiled shrimp dinner before UI@I.
t; islina, St. Louis and New Salt, pepper and cayenne to salt, pepper and cayenne VanLill Officers are: Mr. Arthur reservations, interested women the election and business meeting A spokesman of the club Iii j(
York. They have two sons and HOMER: K. JOHNSON taste Let mixture boil until it is president, Mrs. Joseph may call Mrs James Shannon, that an announcement of i the
10 grandchildren Pinch of saffron, choppedfine reduced almost one-half. Add Nourse, vice-president; Mrs, C. J DiCrocco or Mr, Wright was chosen to succeed funds so far raised will
Mrs Elmer be
Johnson is a member of the fish from the Gulf of Mexico- fish filets cook about five Ricker, second
i of made in the
himself president
J L. Detchemendy. a* near futureSARASOTA'S .
Gourmet Club, Venice Garden I red snapper and redfiah Use Buttered toast slices, or rice minutes longer. Add a little hot vice-president, Miss Ellen
Club and Bay Acres Assn equal parts of each." To make the fish stock, boil sauce to the pinch of saffronto Sresnahan, secretary, and Mrs.
Here is his story of Creole Johnson stressed the fact the heads of the red snapper dissolve it; spread saffron Edward Knob, treasurer.
cookery: that the recipe Is not quickh and redfish in 154\ quarts of over top of fish. Place fish on Mrs Pauline Bauman, form. .
"Good cooking U part of the I prepared and is rather compl' water containing sliced lemon I toast or rice, pour sauce over er Casey Key resident and .,
heritage! and tradition of New rated as are most Frenc nd a herb bouquet of thyme fish and serve Immediately.Jane Guild member, is presenting
Orleans and its history is old each person attending! the
'Influenced principally bv ireakfast with a replica of
the French and Spanish its Mrs. Arthur Swanson NominatedTo Michelangelo' Pieta SCHOOL BOARD
Creole cooking and truly south. The breakfast table* will I
"The early French settler Head No-Vel Panel C' tf DISTRICT 4
enhanced their own outstanding Auxiliary y I
cuisine with the abundanceOf Mark's J of
herbs seafood, game meat. Mrs. Arthur Swanson was dent: Mrs Wagner Eskelinen, Chenault; Misses Carol, "
vegetables and fruit found in nominated to head the slate of second vice-president; Mrs Pat, Rhea and Annette Feld- KindergartenHas REPUBLICAN CANDIDATEHARRY
Louisiana. The Spanish added officers presented to the American Richard Sauerwine, secretary; man, and Misses Margaret and
cert, and the old Negro Mam-I Legion Auxiliary No-Vel Mrs George Kaup, treasurer: Dianne Sauerwine.One Open House
my later contributed a touch Unit 159 at the group's meeting Mrs C. N. Stevens, historian; W.FRAZEE.
of magic with her knowledge Monday. Mrs Mason Giberson, chaplain I St Mark's Parish Day School
end use of herbs. Mrs. Dick Rich was nominal ; Mrs. Kermit Wise cergeant way to shake husbands will have registration for the
"This resulted in many cul- ing committee chairman. Election -at.arms, and Mrs. Cur. loose from a bauble THAT bigis all term of its kindergarten
Inary creations intended to delight will be held May 11 and tis Boyle, a..lstsnlergean 1 to wear one of those deep classes on May 8 from 9 to t
those who enjoy) something nominations may be made at-arms. plunging necklines that has
out of the ordinary in him blushing beet red. Then p.m.The
from the floor at that time. will hold open
Mrs A. G Hackett receivedthe
the of good food. explain that could
1 way you cover house at these hours so that
"One such creation is Bouil mated Others slate presented on Mrsil the nom. obligation and was given more and still be daringly stylish aU interested parents may o SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN FATHER OF FOUR CHURCH
auxiliary pin. Mrs.
labaise a la Nouvelle Orleans. if you had a jewel to wear and
come bring their children.
which features two matchle" ham Johnston first vice-presi- Giberson was welcomed into there. This accredited kindergarten WORKER COMMUNITY LEADER COMBAT VETERAN A

I, the group as a new member, I Designed for the ticklish situation accepts four-and five-year-old PROVEN BACKGROUND OF SOLID CONSERVATIVE THINKING,

II Englewood Gardens Celebrates George It was Kaup announced, president by, Mrs that are several decollette children A regular session of school Sound leadership TOMORROW depends on sound EDUCATION

the Unit received a citation for bras with hook-on apparatusfor will be held all morning so that today. Harry Frazee fas a deep concern for the best education for
ID Its Nineteenth Birthday Sunday outstanding work in rehabilitation (ems Some come with parents and children may seethe
Mrs Walter Surls is the their own gems, but only fake school st work. our young people.We .
The 92 members of Englewood Washington By 1955 there were Rehabilitation Unit chairman, ones, and your husband surely Tuition fees have been reduced need Harry W fraiee, Republican candidate for the Sarasota
Garden Club will celebrate 702 owners in the six area development having served for 18 years in for the fill term,
the group's birthday witha An Ail.Florida hospital work at the three FlorIda wouldn't want you to settle for Mrs. Emma Dillon and Mrs County Board of Public Instruction.Paid .
picnic Sunday at 2 p.m. at board was formed by the owners Veterans Hospitals less than the real thing, would Peg Edmondson are the leach- ( Political Advertisement. by Campaign Comm. for Harry W Fran)
the Club rendezvous North that summer. The club The citation was received at !he' ers In charge.
Beach Road Manasota Key. moved its headquarters herein the constitutional conference in I
Mrs Max Rtdgeway and 1943. Punta Gorda on April 19. At.
Mrs Edith Sawyer, board tending from the local chapterwere
members, will be in charge I Mesdames Swanson.
! Albert B. Stone is president. The rage today is for a variety Kaup EskeUnen, Boyle, Rob
of whimsical shopping
The party will also honor theI I ert Sanborn, Johnston, Giber-
totes A version of the Euro
son, Surles and Clarence Kirch.
old timers in the group.
pean fish net beg which adjusts
The club originated in Washington way '
to the bulges of the con I II
D. C., In 1941 after a tents is jazzed up with fringe I Mrs' Kaup gave a report at I : i
number of the Capitol's citizens and colorful beads. A flower the convention on child welfare
!had purchased property In EnRlwood work in the 22 units in the t
Gardens through the) applique or a zany yarn embroidery dIstrict. She is district chair. __
interstate Development Co on burlap are colorful man of the child welfare pro
whose headquarters were in toters, too. gram.

Monday's meeting was dedi r rI + J
cated to the members of the I 9f 1aN

junior group. Attending were
J ormal I the unit' poppy queen Miss i

of, r WSCS Will Hold I


Pledge Service"The Vf' 5'C +

.;) FORMAL WEAR Sea of Giving," a ,i r
pledge service, will be present +
f I ed by the Woman's Society of
l' Christian Service of Grace
RENTALSCOMPLETE Methodist Church at the churchon iy4b 1nt "
Tuesday at 9 a.m.
The theme is taken from the '
,,ire t.c'
$12.50 fact that the sea has played a v
large part in the developmentand / 't I I I
spread of Christianity.
ig (Jacket, slack, shirt, cuff links and studs, The program, intended to

t" suspenders, cummberbund.) provide a spiritual basis for
giving, will present three aspects -.I]
I Ii( : ALL SIZES tov to deepen our thinking; .
''II to meditate on God* loving
kindness to us; to consider the
needs of others; and to seek

: : 'dL'ht en's hnp God's abundance This guidance service is in under sharing the our direction JOIN THE MARCH

t of Mrs. James Weber
> 225 W. Venice Ave. All women of the church are
A Invited. A coffee hour of fel-
( Phone 438-1620) owship will follow the pro.

n gram. FOR MATHEWS !
'Jj VENICE FLORIDA The members of Rebecca:
I : Circle will serve a* !hostesses.

Vote In The Democratic Gubernatorial



t :, Living Between Stickney Point Road and the Dignity, Maturity, Judgment In FloridaSenator

)' I South Boundary of Sarasota County: John L Mathews was virtual' unknown HE IS BEST QUALIFIED

to the overage voter two months
I Ilt YOUR POLLING PLACES ARE AS FOLLOWS: Today, he It the sweeping choice of thoughtful ago. because of successful 7 year term m the l'gi;"-

Precinct 6 South Trail Lions Club Floridians and newspapers like Tamp Tribune, laturs. There he won every legislative award and

1 r Precinct 7 Nokomis Fire Station St Petersburg Times, Miami Herald.. was the only man in the history of Florid to b*>

I.t' '' voted the most effective." State Senator end state
Precinct 8 Venice Gardens Recreation
'I I HE STANDS FOR: ,..presentative.Immediate .
i t. Center

: ; I Precinct 9 Englewood Rec. Center halt In sale of bay bottoms. He U e graduate of Emory University end

'f' a- '" Precinct Venice Civic Center Complete/ reorganization of State Road Harvard Law School, end Is a member of Phi Bete .

o' Department to provide more efficiency, speed
i Precinct 26. NPC Center
!) end better road system for areas in need lies

; < VOTE MAY 5TH FOR the Lower West Coast of Florid, (h* states: He has disclosed all of hit supporters and
I "The four-laning of US 41 I h 10 "
th, years overdue. ) Is the only candidate whose financial reports have"

Improvement in our educational standards. keen accepted as complete.

:: ,Ii j4 ,tir .i! PAUL TAYLOR


: ; u Constable District 2 Political Adv by Sarasota County Mathews for Governor. Committee, Woody Jones, Treasurer.'

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30, I9M

Mann's First Is Asolo Offerinir .

BPW Installs District HeadsAt Local Attorney Is NamedTo I, -"Buddenbrooks I," a German I 7:00: and 9:00.: It h will be fol.

film based on Thomas Mann's lowed on May 13 by "Sudden
first novel, will be the feature brooks II," a second complete
I Episcopal Diocese PostA. at Ringling Museum's Asolo feature which continues the

Theater on Wednesday. store
Englewood Meeting Bradford Smith local at The production, directed by
Sunday torney, was appointed to the Alfred Weldenmann, traces -
Episcopal Church South Florida the fortunes of four generationsof WORLD'SLARGEST

I Diocese committee on constitution a wealthy merchant familyin [ --J
'- Mrs Mae Wrede of the Venice Legion Auxiliary and of the and canons last weekat North Germany. It Is the WO IMNMCI COW AIT
Area Business and Professional Benevolent and Patriotic Orderof I the group's 42nd annual convention study of the transition from a Cell
Women's Club will be installed Does. Drove 141. She and at Daytona Beach. stable 19th century life to an paw:"::'::"II. HUGH
as District ((9)) Director her husband, T. M. Wrede Jr., The appointment was made uncertain modem society. awaa.claaaeaw
by The Rt. Rev Henry I Lou. The film runs 99 minutes and McPHERSON
at a luncheon Sunday at live on Bay View Parkway, r
Bay Vista Restaurant, Engle ; Nokomlj. titt, bishop of the diocese. will be shown at 2:30: 4:30: P59-139 488-6567

wood. She has appointed Mrs. Bea Attending the convention,

She succeeds Mrs. Lillian ''I Jenkins, president of the Englewood which began on April 21 and w COMPETENT BEST QUALIFIED
re Bent also of the local club Club, district parlia continued through April 23,
The district meet will beginat mentarian.The from Venice were George H. VOTE for HENRY ("SKIP") r .
9:30: a.m. and the luncheonwill new officers will assume Bangs, senior warden; Robert Lr
be served at 12:30: pm. Ihoir duties Immediately following Becker, junior warden, and WILLIFORD +
Russell Twing, clerk of the
Miss Betty Slott of Stuart. the state convention in
Fla., recording secretary of Tampa on June 12 through 14. vestry.
the state federation will be Workshop at the Sunday Episcopal Churchwomen delegates Former ASSOCIATE CITY JUDGE
west speaker and will Install meeting will be conducted by were Mrs Bangs, Mrs. 0 Part ASSITANT PUBLIC DEFENDER
tt the new officers. the local club's world affairs Harry Ginack and Mrs. Fred
committee of which Mrs Oram. Mrs. Becker and Mr. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Serving with
Mrs Wred for
Wrede Is chairman. A resumeof end Mrs. A. Walter Johns also
the 1984 65 year will! be: Mrs. Sarasota County Democrat S Primary May 5th
t e. the year's work will\ be pre attended as did The Rev. Donis
Frances Caldwell of Sarasota, sented by committee members Dean Patterson, who headedthe A. BRADFORD SMITH ''aid Pol. Ads by CandidateJerrv's
assistant director; Miss Estel- : Mesdames Val Mattox, I', delegation, and Mrs. Pat.
ena Heusted of Fort Myers, recording Ruth Sovereign Flora Suteu. terson. mentarlans In the diocese He I
secretary; Mrs. Helen Alta Jennings, Ethel Long and Smith attended the conven I' is a member of St Mark's and
Townsend! of Sarasota, corresroinding Miss Maria Polo.Ohican. tion as one of the two parlia- has been active in the church
I't < secretary, and Miss since his arrival here in 1957
Marilyn White of the De Solo Among the items of business I I
t Club, treasurer
brought before
Will Address the conventionwere ,
Two 'I
other Venire
Womf'nwpre SHOES AND
I the $3 million capital iI '
elected to district posit fund drive now underway in / ARrn.Ri'ppoHTgGin
Y ions. Mrs. Irene Shockev Is the RrlM T. rurl.a..e a Core.
diocese and
Nocturne Hour extensive reports
delegate to the state nominating MeetingRobert )
on the work with Cuban Button a A.kh.5 sea Ranks Pe.Lt
J committee and Mrs. Virginia refugees and migrant worker t LNT tmtmm ... RirliM-hM
Ramsey Is alternate delegate Graham on leave of president; Mrs Paul Melroy,
t : absence from Southwestern secretary, and J. K. Hill, treas License plates Jn Vermontand Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP
Mrs. Wrede s a charter Schools, Cincinnati!, will use Oklahoma don't f a o 1
.t //d member and pAst president of one of his own musical compositions urer.Mrs.. Hill is retiring presi around with state slogans. Specialist in Arch Support end Ortkoptdie Shoes
,.. Venice club and Is pastrecording to illustrate his subject dent. Nocturne Hour is a federated They "See Vermont" and 251 TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE
J. < secretary of the district. "Harmony in American Mu club. "Visit say Oklahoma." "era Ba,..., .... .... .. 4 .... C'I...... W.. I MAE: WREDE, BPW DISTRICT 9 DIRECTOR-ELECT She Is also A past-prestdent of sic" at a meeting of Nocturne ---. ----- a
the No-Vel Post 159 American Hour Music Club on May 12. a .

The meeting will be at 8 p.
I.May Day Party? These m. at the home of Mr. and

Graham will use his com-
Ildeas For Your Table
position to show the uses of
T.l3 to4N
chord structured-ill American w L'
Are you ready la cast! your Here's how to make a miniature il. harmony. He will al..o use
*xc for the Queen of the May Maypole and individual .
hang May baskets of fresh Maypole favors to bedeck a numbers by Edward Mat
doors of Dowell, Antonia Lora and Arthur
floors secretly on the spring party table. All you :
your friends practice your need is a roll of green Marva- Farwell for further illus
tups for die annual dance Ion adhesive covering, narrow I! t tration.He .
around the Maypole? satin ribbon in various colors,
Just a century ago these an empty frozen orange juice Is an instructor In musicin y I Y 4 wa
acre popular activities on the can (4-oiince sire) for each Cincinnati and his m.. lor instrument
lint of May. They were the guest, and fresh flowers.To is the trombone
list remains of one of the old. make the Maypole! cen
N'ewlvclerttrl officers wi'l,
Mt relebrations known to civi- terpiece, unroll the MtrvalonIdheuve. A
fresh strawberry dessert complete be installed at the meeting nlno -
bud' man. The cordboard cylinder !
the festive welcome to a Thee arc Mrs Ann Lord,
In earls Christian times, arnnl in the center is the basis
of May was welcomed by for your Maypole Cover the new season president Mrs J K Hill, ueeCOCOPLUMO5A. -.

iterating a Maypole and cylinder with the green adhesive ----...., -- .- W i -
miming a May king or queen. for the modern version of 4; ; i
These celebrations had their I the May pine pole tt &
moti In the even dimmer past! Using a little plastic modelIng ..nnfr
ohm sacrifices were made to claw, anchor the Maypole
secure the rebirth of spring firmly in M shallow vase Cut 1
and the growth of crops. narrow ribbons in lengths long
The ancient Maypole closely enough to !spill from the top t. ? 'A' f
!resembled! present-day Christ of the cylinder on to the table i 1 4 j .
mu trees. A pine tree, with Attach at the top rim of the $1.95 and as btl h a ? a ak
the top branches cut off was cylinder with tape At the base up s
the popular! choice The huge nf the Maypole, float fresh ,
trw was drawn In wagons pulled flower heads. '
by ;0 to 40 oxen with garlands For the individual Mavpole COLD HARDY 1
of flowers on their horns favors cover each frozen orange -
Villagers decorated the tree Juice can with the green r
WIth fresh violet. and purple Marvalon. Attarh short ribbon FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT da
kinds of ribbon and erected ItM streamers to the top rim and
the village green at sunrise fill with individual flower nosegavs. -
Often the Maypole would be 60 474.2413 474.3223 r. 4
feet tall The Mav partv menusn follow -
Although today we usually the spring thf'me100 Watercresj f:

don't chop down pine trees and and chopped chicken 1 UBWUBtM. i_ilHirtfMo .."..,..., / '
deck them with flowers, the sandwiches plus your favorite s 4Yy
.... .
caning! of May does present aMY j+pp.iJsn; Te'a," 'j a 4\
',, a A
excuse for a party. May ks
decorations combined with a :
springtime menu make a
charming way to say goodbyeto
winter and welcome to flowers -
and balmy breeres. I

Preparing a SATURN V
rocket for space exploration
WIll of
require fueling pumps
I capacity of ]30,000 gallons per be saved 4
minute to load the liquid oxygen c1 : .,
in the rocket's enormous .
tanks, The John F Kennedy I r with.a home } / rle
I ,
Spire Center, NASA will em- : .,
P'oy' the pumps at the new >

'Merritt Island, Florida launch- t't' .loaefrom ., .
"1 site '
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t a .tf uiffiout going overboard on priceIt'
Everyone II t looting for ways to uv money on a :

I k I their new horn., With a low service charg., low 't.
End Mortgage, f s
intereit rate and a modern Open- a get-the-cottage-ready time! rut-tne-boat-fn-tne-! inside-yet nicely sized for easy handling-plus wide
on your ,
Sarasota Federal can save you money to When w + water time. Baseball time. Trade 'N' Travel Time at choice of engines.
and for eom
home find financing the home now of your yeart choice, stop in and t y your Chevrolet dealer's. Time to get out of. that winter. Evea the thrifty Chevy II now has hill-Hatteningtime

you|learn how our home financing tuperti can help ra It rut, into one of Cbevrolet'i five great power. And the unique Corvair offers new
t "' 'lighway performers. extra power that accents its road-hugging
law Gradual and Former e you av. money. Now it' easy to go on vacation first rear engine traction.While Corvette speaks

Special Aiiiilant to 'lass-without paying a first-class price. for itself-in a throaty sports car tone.

U. I. Attorney SARASOTA [In a luxury Jet-smooth Chevrolet, for ThADE'N'mv f Yes, right now is new car time. T.N.T

24 years of Law and sample, This beauty rivals just about any Time.Time to get the most fun from a new
regrMtivt Public Strvlci ar in styling, performance and comfort. timE car. To get a great trade on your old one.
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Now Serving at Chairmanof 446 So. Tamiami Trail ,

Florida Public UlllitiMJUflWf
1718 Main Street So. Trail at Bee Ridge Rd So. Trail .t Stickney Point RJ.% CCHEVROLETUss.

10 MASON t
Experienced and Proven YOUR 1964 DESK CALENDARS

leadership for Florida ONE UP AT THE OFFICE NEAREST YOU r

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ABOUT ENGLEWOOD ET/ood/ AuxiliaryIs I High School News IF. W. Woolworth TranSfe--1;;

I Banging It Outwith Awarded Two Knight New

By those holding membershipcards. The Sophomore Penny Review Joseph L. Knight has recent.
DIANE LENI1ABT is dedicating this Issue to
Pt 8.9 of
been manager
Major CitationsENGLEWOOD aDdGENE \the Junior Class to, 11the
the F. W. Woolworths store at
Here really if ome newt Englewood, visiting several EDDY Student Council election are words of their editor, "promote the Venice Shopping Center
Grace and John Young from friends, all from Indiana. And thl.yee.r good relations between the Juniors -
All this week draws to a coming up May 8, and He takes over the managerial
Cowlei and Washington Street and Along
themselves are now on Two Nat- sophomores
they all elections for both officers from Jim Burns who
are leaving the old neighbor ional Citations close, we haw become accustomed with the article and position
.I the way back to FrancesvilleThe were awardedto and homeroom representatives usual had held that position sine the M LN P'P
hood brother, the late to the exhausted figures
Grace's .0- the Englewood American Le- and their alternates will stories by the sophomores of the shopping centerin
.. Herbert Willmott, and his ton, phone rang about 3 glon Auxiliary at the Eighth trudging to and from class. be held before the end of the there mill be featured several opening May ollS181. Burns has been
Willard, butt a house there on o'clock. It was a Mr. Weaver District Legion Auxiliary conference These "bodies' are the induetrlow school :year Formerly electionsof of the Junlora' literary efforts named to the managership of
Cowl in 1952 and Grace and from Indiana asking if ,'e last Sunday in Punt seniors, who despite officers were held In May what these will be is till a the Clearwater store.
"1. John moved )in in 1953 when would get Mr. and Mrs Hamb- Cords their sleepy expressions are with the homeroom representslive deep dark secret even from Woolworths In
the house Will completed and not suffering from insomnia, the Juniors The Review Knight Joined
He would
Un to the phone. The citations were awardedfor being chosen the following r
everyone thought they were a merely from an aversion to is now charging four cents 1938 and recently completedthe
hold on and we were to say Lemon Bay Unit' out- September. This :year the Train-
fixture there on the corner everything okay, so theywouldn't standing I Senior Social Studies papers, "ta." raising its price to a company's Manager
accompllshmenta in representatives will be selected hIs
but the end Is Course. Prior to new
there if a for sale sign up, panic. Went over and its rehabilitation program and near and tomorrow from the entire class and !sickle to cover the cost: of Ing has served
f .and they move this coming got them, and we had a terrifIc its membership in the past the ten thousand word"monsters" placed in homerooms by the printing Now that they are a assignment he in Birmingham a*-
IHi':i week to their new home, the kick out of the purpose of year are due. counsellor. On May 1, each full-fledged club of eight mem- assistant-manager
\\1 1 Peterson' house at 22 Harbor the call A detailed route of Unit President Mrs Hilda H. class will meet and nominate bers, Penny Reviewer are Ala.
) Lane. They will have a lovely highways. right and left turn. Clare accepted the citation. The! Keyettes, busy as always their candidates for office ordering pins and making A native of Gainesville, Fla., i
view of beautiful Lemon Bay etc Mr Weaver is their grandson behalf of the organization.on have elected their officers Each class may nominate the plans for next year at this Knight 1 II married and the
but we think they will miss the for the coming At the father of two small children,
li and didn't want, them confused Mrs R. J. (Fran) Long year following: Freshman two point the only change they
was and Lisa, 2
{ annual Sandra, 19 month
traffic on McCall Road, the banquet to be held at
on trip home. Wasn'tthat chairman of the unit's rehabilitation each for secretary and treasurer have in mind Is to drop the .4
the I month old. He and hi* wife,
I activity around the Snack Bar Beefeaters. May S, Norma
kind? It showed
sure ; -
I. group and first vice Owen be I Sophomore from toe title of Debbie, are making their homein
and Motel. Tootsie their dog will Installed as pre.ldent -
and thoughtfulneis the and vice-
on president, Mrs. Norman Cou- secretary, treasurer JOSEPH 1 1GiiT
will also] miss his vacant fieldsto i ; Mel Wendt, vice-presi their publication. Venice Gardens. IVOTE
part of the grandson lon was director of the president, and Juniors two
memo .
run in but he'll be beside bership campaln.The dent; Pam Payne, recording 'for secretary treasurer, and ---------- -- ------- -
himself with the bay so close secretary; Ber Carroll corresponding vice-president and four for
for a swim he adores water State Art Goes citations will be presented secretary! ; Carole Austin president The following Thursday

We sure hope they will be at the regular meeting treasurer; Nancy Taylor, May 7, Campaign speeches
happy In their new home. Monday night President Mrs historian and Liz Smith II lll
., par will be given, these speeches MAY 5th FOR
-0I To World's Fair Clare will report. on the con liamentarian sharing the are to be within a certain
ference activities!
Mr. Raymond Schmidt spenta limelight time limit and they must be
week with the Coulons He The Englewood delegation at -0Fourth
A collection IS -
paintings written out and turned in to
the district conference _
1 .'nn'.A. ,,, 'th the were' -- -
a very ere "'" sore end tome sculptures traveled period English, under Mr. crams or to Bob Somers
West Coast. He comes from Indianapolis from Florida to the New Mrs. Hilda H. Clare, Mrs: the direction of Mr Donald by May 5 for their approval, William Carl
t' Ind. Also house. York World' Fair and are Clark Eccles, Mrs. Roy Meehl, Stone and with the aid of Howard anyone failing to comply with YoungGeneral
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald hanging in the Florida Exhibit Mrs William! E Herdman, and Gene Trefethen, have this will be eliminated from
I Robinson from St. Louis Building Mrs Marl L. Albright Mrs developed edited, and placedon the elections which will be heldon
t, They are cousiN of Ruth Cou- Don Weckes Sr., accompaniedthe sound Building Contractor
I Eight paintings by Florida delegation.On a tract, the movies of Friday The following Friday
< lon artists are hung in the Gover this year's Homecoming game elections will be held in
1 nor's lounge and Conference the agenda for the meet and dance. These films are to class meetings for the home LIFE-LONG REPUBLICAN AND BEST QUALIFIED FOR
Mrs. Bessie C. Burr, who Building. ing Monday night will be the be shown May a, at the Venice room representatives and al.
lives in the Rickets Guest election of three board of directors Teen Haven
Playing that night ternates and the Inter.ClubCouncil
House on Old Englewood Road, The collection was assembled for the dance will be one of the will be chosen Getting SARASOTA
came in to see us We have by Kenneth Donahue, directorof During the meeting an Instal. top bands bf the area. the Invaders all these preliminaries out of
I been over two years in getting Ringling Museum of Art and lation committee will be ap from Tampa. Admissionfor the way should enable next
f together. She wanted us to three of the paintings and one pointed by President Clare, the dance and films will be year's Student Council to get
I know that the New York Club of the sculptures came from which will be held in June 65 cents each or 40 cents for off to a good start County CommissionerDISTRICT
I the Community Club and the the museum. Others came Preliminary action on the -
j Michigan Club have adopted from private collections and unit's participation in the an-
East Coast galleries. nual Memorial Day serviceswill
her "Sure They Called it En-
glewood" as their theme song Value of the collection Is estimated be discussed and a com- ELECT NO. 3
Mrs Burr wrote the shows at $% million mittee of arrangements will be

given by the Methodists to The exhibition ranges from designated.The ARCHIE 3. BROWN My aim ii to serve ALL OF THE PEOPLE of Sarasota County, regardless of politics;
make money for their church old masters to contemporaryartists usual social hour will be
\ building. She has been identified and includes Veronese, enjoyed with refreshments eliminate all w.itet; hold procurement of heavy equipment and machinery to a

I, with the theatre for many Reubens, Hals, Kokoschka, served bv Mn Norman Cou- minimum; eliminate politic! )lob ppointmnh..
l It' years Her father worked with Lorraine, Winslow Homer, lon and Mrs Amon Dunham COUNTY SURVEYOR
the Brews, Barrymores and Cezanne Monet, Renoir and as hostesses My pledge H to serve one and ell to the betterment of Sarasota County.

the divine Sarah Bernhardt. sculptors] Brancusl, Lachaiseand SARASOTA COUNTY
R Mrs Burr thought it might Henry Moore, When you give anybody (Paid Political Advertisement)
Interest you to know the num. I Syd Solomon and Craig Ru- money always give it in cash SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5, 1964
ber done recently at the Community badoux are represented in the I $100 in cash seems more than

Club was an original.by Governor's Tx>urne. $1000 In a check (Paid Political Advertiiementl) ...-==== --- ,
tier back in 1949 done for Lina -
Cook Maude Ryon and herself,
Florida Bess

I 11'$:11 1(,i! Camden Mrs ,Rosl Ind..-, 0r has Bechdot- been visiting from :

!..Ilk' her many friends on both d @ w oo@ [D ID @ @ @
,':,''IW, East and West Costa of Flor

"fl':( I ii)Ie',,Englewood>for'r and some MM time as .James It She;hfuseRuestf arrived Ham.! D

If 1' i -n Cocoanut o\"P"ue, West,,
:'; r' J left this week: for her In-

;.1;"t j f.i; d'na hen New Club Mr enjoyed!home.and York Picnics Mrs their Kenneth State holiday Mack.in w @ (ill& IJJ) w W& (ill ill.The

;f The New York State Club
t T. !
v ,
i f" Beach Road,n'M :S tal' Key,

May 7 at 12:30 pm.
Those attending are asked to
l' bring a covered dish, their own
beverage, table service and
; : bread or roll..


I II' / I -

Mena al Your Doctor el X xltelitt,
Mediul Sonet Md th
$'I kid* ludial _._

fj' Temperature report: fa the TIDES e 2 bedroom 1 bath (
1 morning the temperature will carport, screen porch optional)
range from 97 to 99 decree
: with a high afternoon reading
.;, varying from 98 to 100. Where
j rlo thee' prevail In

t y, It I .,j':Il rcl\;1;tt I I f,i.I the should be not human normal healthy It the human u neceuarily I Granted be average popularly body temperature human 98 t.T.8 degrees in temperature that bodiM the good believed this Fahrenheit of,normal health it may the the of I I.t I. uOO @ w (ill (illOOf) @[IDrn[

f 1 I temperature for all Individual
.. Then are duly variation

I I 'i'. of body they temperature should not and exceed generally III n W

}, I one Body degree.temperature /In man $( ( jJ r r

I' represent the: balance between Wait 'til you see this new standard

I I 1 t.t r,,1' heat Heat production production and come heat about loa*. of luxury. Wood paneling In the firing room lJU IlJ LS U U U \\JJ! l.U! a Wall type eves, counter top cook rolt

In two ways. The body constantly and g hood and faa Formica faced kitchen cabinets,
r I jJ- produce heat throughth. foyer There is an extra large storage room
I combustion of cells, e pecully counter top and splash Luxury bathroom
.f cell in the muscles which has both Inside and outside entrances.
which even with decorator fixtures In your choice of color
"i i t 'Wer. :frt.:
5 when the Heat Monolithic terrazzo floors throughout "
"r aWn is added to the body by beat fired central hut
\ I radiation, such a. from the And more-much morel! The OPEN .
I : sun, hot air, and from the intake community of \ PORT Sliding glass shower doors In each bathroom
t, / of hot food and drinks Port Charlotte Is best bet for value
8:30 AM.6
e Prlcis
; ""I i Loa of bat from the. body : PM f CHARLOTTE Include b.lutifullliandsclptd lot
: chiefly, occurs through the Value assured today-and tomorrow. If
j 'f' stun. The body lose heat by DAILY \.
i, radiation by contact with object ..
colder than itself, and
t also l by evaporation through Phone NA 5-4131 \1'
( i''I perspiration. Then I Ie some
j I heat lost through the lung by .
:rT evaporation of moisture from
."! II the air passage! and also when
''i i j 11111 warm air is breathed out and
!. J lUhl cold air breathed in.
d i Fever, or abnormally high
I p pfl bodily temperature, is a frequent Port Charlotte .
cam for complaint! ,
I : especially in persons with in. =- .
i i Ii fections. It may occur in a -
patient who I iii recovering from '
an operation or childbirth, or : : :: The CORAL REEF
in one afflicted! with a chronic 2 bedroatha$21300 >ibeth
j disease Whenever it occurs, A General *
fever usually! is a warning that n Development Community |(g screenporch 9290I' ;

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( _Boats For Sale Autos For Sale Legal -


OUTBOARD BOATS Cond. $2,875,00. Call 488- COUwrv FLORIDA
I 14' plywood, Merc. 8172. R. F..5 IN .PROBATBla

U"SJn DiI1lS. 20 hq . . .. .$195 J08KPH O. BETE. Pinia.il.

Clipper .... ,$350 ible. Take over payments. APPLICATION FOB FINAJ.DUCHARbB .

20' Squall King, Call 488-3801 after foo: p.m.
-.w..t Fiberglass . ,$495 .Motto. la bank. dm that I ...
flM nr final noon a. Bxantrls Wth
20' Trojan ((2 sleeper $795 .UU of JoMph 0. ...... a.r..las.
16' Barbour, SO hp. Legal ., I h... flM" mr pMitlon far finddlxihu
Houses For ... ....
Sale RentalsFIVE that mi th* lash *"f
Wanted . ,
Help Wanted Johns. $825 Mar, A D. IH4. I will apvlf to .... Boa.nrabl. .
RATES 19' Sunliner 75 hp. TV THB: roirNTT Jtrnogs: IY\r1lT Count lode *f Saraoma Countr.Florida .

BARGAINS GALORE: Nicely furnished apart.menu YOUNG MEN, fulfill your military EXPERIENCED AIR CON. Johns. Sleeps 3, FT.ORIDA IN ANn FOR ARASOTA IN PRORATEIN COUNTY fop, for final approval dlmharf of aaU a. EMoutrll flu! rs.te,4 M

and they near beach. $65 per Trailer . It It.: Th. P.a..4re.oRENCs ..... ., .
Charge Rates, both Thursday can be financed. mo. 512 Armada. obligation with only six DITIONING Service Man. $1,095 : T. N.. t months Write SH Box 746 Hansen Chris-Craft Sales Inc. llth d.r of April A.D. I'M.
and Monday Edition active duty. Returnfor Venice. ,
No 1. :2 DOROTHY M. Bin
BR 2 .
Bath home oe.l.HOTI'II
Paved :2 BEDROOM House Nicely service with your local Marine 1201 N. Tamiaml Trail Euentrlx: of th. Xatat atJoupk
$1.50 water street, curbing centrai furnished. Walking distance Reserve unit. CaU838-18U. EXPERIENCED BARTENDER Sarasota, Fla. Phone 958-5515 ALL CREDITORS!: TO fREPITORSTO AND OTHTRPRRSONS 0. Bot* Don***.
sewer Steal at $15,000No. to Casey Tampa for detail or Barmaid. Glades Bar, RAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Atp.qt Imltli and ThoaiM,
Key Beach. $73. We SELL OR TRADE Live I1T Wait Miami' Aroaoa, 7
Next to Ford Garage. Apply a- THE ABOVE ROTATE I
((12( word minimum) 2. pay utilities 4385117.EFFICIENCY Vonta. *. Florida.PablUbl .
Words each $400 down, $72 Business Personals between fOO: 6:00: pm. board on this 1919, 48 ft. Mathls Y.. .*. h.retty notlflwl. and ,Nlredto April II. II, a.. Mar T. 1>X
Additional 6c monthly buys this nice 6115 5.p ,1.1_ d.r.d. wbleb
2 House
BR Yacht
Sleeps Large .. .
home. Apartment fur- e h.. I. tho .I'$ 0 0'
Only 3 years old nishcd. Linens LICENSED REAL ESTATE covered after deck, spacious .In th. ofrle of .h. Countr JudM rrfKanunta NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREQlSTfR
CASH boffi Thursday owner sacrificing, $12,500. utilities $60 TYPEWRITERS and Adding salesman, male or female. lounge and sleeping accommodations Cnunty. Flordl.. .In th. 0;.....- : : UNDER FICTITIOUS
month tU Dec. 15th. Sleeping Machines h..e Riruote rinrtrti, within III HAMS STATUTE ,0
and Monday Edition (mechanically op. Call for appointment 4A8-4621. Ideal for cruising ,,.,.., .
No. 3. No cash rooms, $10 per week single erated) Chemically met) .IOftd. montta M d.t..rthe NotlM .U hmM .>** that th. .
needed if cleaned living. This boat .Is firtt publlwtlra thl. notice Eh .. ., U htnlnoj. -
or dmlrnod dnlrlnc 5..nnn
51.40'It credit A-l. Lovely 2 BR $15 double. Phone 488-2422, Nokomis. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts Situation Wanted a rl.lm .r '_..' .....t b* In wrltlim, Indtipllr ndtr tb. fictltlou, mm of F1VB
home, never lived In If required. All makus. Venice classic older boat which has .... and mnn .t..t* oh. plw, ofmlltono CLOCK LIQUORS .. 1110 HIIMrwStroM. ,
includes Stationers been well maintained. Has *n4 .".t 0/".. tililrM at th. Sanuu Florida, ,Intend. tonrl.ur
word new refrigerator Excel. 211 W. Venice Ave. COUPLE Wants Work to 'Ulm.nt and munt b. .worn ta h, th "aid with th Clark
) care Dana *
| minimum lent LARGE FURNISHED :2& and 3 4886111 complete baths, one with show- h. .lilm.nt. hi* .*...t. or M. ..ttomorHOONB .. Saraot
d For
location of Ui. Circuit Court U -
near Golf for house and yard. Can ..., .. ....
Additional Se room apartments. Also single give er. Double and single state or K will __ .6d. ann. cart, Florida.WltnoM .
Courae. $43 monthly, buy for rooms. Vary reasonable reference Phone 474-3100. rooms. Stainless steel galley. W. A. DOCKIIIR or h...d and emir ...
for Apr All-Cap trp. .hi d.., much less than appraised summer Electric HAZEM a I8PHOKDINO, thl. 10th dar of April 1M4MYAKKA .
5,15., Hunt to don of II ear value. Owner rates. Weekly, monthly, SHEPARD HOUSE PAINTING Wanted. 10 refrigeration. Original Florid. Pow.r Lltht Bulldinf.Vontea BEVERAGE CORPORATION
..... very anxious. and dishes Florid.. .....
.a.. I- a* t. I..s yearly. Walk to beach and glassware still a- Brl Roort J. StlnProfl.
yean experience. Phone 4882651 .
ah moirtloa _,... Attrme5 'oo J. r..tsp.011,0 Publliht 10 Mar T. 14. II. 1M4.of .
for Apr.
tH A .r./.. chart* of II *oataid. It No. 4. Venice :2 BR, large shopping. Vacationers wel LUMBER CO. Nelson", Elrhert", board. This has been used as a I AprO 51, 50. Nil T. U. 3.14.
,.. .. .. "'>. G........ P O. kitchen, lovely Florida come. 504 and 518 Armada Rd. floating office at our water.
(.. ....... I hi roplloi' .. daorifMa. nice shaded lot, close room to, So. After 5pm. call 474-2569., (1003 N. Washington Blvd. Lost front subdivision. Sacrifice at IN THE 'nIDITY' JlmGJI's: MURT NOTICE 0'FICTITIOUS INTENTION: NAME TOJt&GISTJr.R :
Sarasota SARA SOT'" CttINTY
CLASSIFIED Shopping Centers. $12,000. $12,000 or make offer. For appointment IN ROBATB The udle.d. dor b.nbr a.dbM.

On Edition per Inch $3.00 No 5. Venice, near Gulf Efficiency Apartment. $65 ELLIOTT PAUL and diamond wedding ring Corp, Charles G. Clapp, Pres, ANNS: MESKEU' or INTENTION IW_..lKOTICF TO MASS: h.Fl&... _a..d.Ii. U'110. L vslit.w MII .1aI A_ of V..I.IIGee. .,

Both Editions, per Inch $3.50 S BR, 3 baths, fireplace per month Couple. Includes for on Nokomis Beach off pavilion. 4884806. APPLICATION FOR FINAL &rhr Shop ud that. .101. II..
parquet floors You can buy utilities. 704 Myrtle and Venice Reward. Contact The Gondolier SELL OR TRADE: 28-ft. DISCHARGE I..p..d. 01 tho 'nil...... ..h_
payehl. this lovely furnished BY-Way. ROOF TRUSSES O,M. Diesel Cruiser", Economical Notln I. h.n* .lvn that T tanflM 0u01 r..a04 pl_ naldonoa ara a*
All clantfi d *dt 'In hnme Newspaper" final .. E..ratrli ..7to..5 t.IIo.
for only $22,000. Owner Alum. Windows & Door. and safe for family cruis mr An.T.oort. M-k.l. d *aMd.that Donolli Z. T lIoGeI"" a& r. 5.5 115.Nnb..w .
.. eUith, em. 3 ROOMS .
e p air conditioned, $85. Contract for final rl.Ownmllp
Roofing 1 ban flM pMltlon
ployed elsewhere. Painting ing. Sleeps 4. Spacious after mr
Mobile auk b
Homes of MoGWl Sep
.. '
2 .. IKth' fMir.
accounV. room efficiencies $75. Utilities Phone dl.h. sod that MI th. '
488-2131 Venice deck with hardtop. Ship to
n. 1964. I will apnlr to th. Hor-
No. 6. On the Bay. 115 ft. included. 4882502. For SaleBE shore radio, compass electric nrabl A County Jude of s...... County. follnwnDonald!. T. McGoa, 100 pw omk
seawall. Florida' for appeal. of aald "..1 raport.nil It la air I......... to apply to U>*
CANCELLATION or 2 BR 2 bath home 1 BEDROOM, furnished apart Dressmaking alterations dra bilge pump and head custom for final "..b.,... a* Et.riitrl. fif (' ... of th. circuit Court la and. forDaraiot
ADJUSTMENT fireplace, built-in Barbecue ment. Yearly. Inquire Ava- pence, etc reasonable SETTLED when you return swimming platform. Ideal for Ih.: ..... of Ann. M.k.l, dMMMriThu County, lorlda. to ........ to*
.. ..... undorth.
Harbor Shop
AD. 1MI .id )McCo.
Requeih for cancellation ... on screened LanaI. Was $29. lon Apts., 505 Barcelona. after the summer. Buy this scuba diving. Full galley and ICtk RUTR dar DOUm April.A3. prorkloni of Ch.... IOS, Law*
adjustment b a c a a I a of 500. Elderly owner must PAINTING, Exterior and In- modem 2 bedroom mobile with many other features. Cost over FMFutril th. EntaU of of Florida ...... of 1 41.mr .
mult b. mede for move. Will take much lower APARTMENT one or two bed. terlor. Estimates and references covered patio TV antenna, $16,000 new. sacrifice for $6,500 Ann. M.krf. DMMMd.Attonur Wltn_ .bud this ntk. dar at
error offer. Don't miss this rooms completely furnished. aluminum awnings and land. make offer For appoint .! Smith anil Thomaf, April 1M .
Gondolier; BEFORE one. cheerfully given by experienced or an 117 W.t Miami Arann*
Reasonable. 500 W. Venice painter. Call Elliott leaped lot in Harbor Lights. ment call Charles Q. Clapp Vrnlr*. Florida. DONALD I. T. VoGlIl:
E pjn. on Monday. For Monday > We have loads of bargains Ave. Apply 9:30: to noon and I 488-4008 Owner will take $3,950. Call 4R8-480A Publl.ll I April II, 55. 50. Mar t. 1984 PuhU.h, A... 10. M.p T. U. 51. I....

Gondolier BEFORE S Including waterfront homes, 2:30: to 5:00: p.m. Venice 438-1867. -"

pith on Thunday. tots and business properties, Business OpportunityMALE Auto For Sale
some with very generous financbig. Music InstructionCUSTOM
PHONE 3 BEDROOM house on the
Stop In and visit water. Nicely furnished and OR FEMALE BLACK 1949 LINCOLN SEDAN
with ns.BYRON. MUSIC LESSONS being "retired" by former
clean. Air conditioner screened Editor of successful northern
488-3125 porch and Piano Portable Organ Gondolier publisher. Car has
MARKLE, Realtor carport. Yearlyor sports publication has relocat-
consider reserving<< for next ed here. Wishes to have others Guitar, Accordion. Special plan been carefully maintained and REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
Eleanor Taylor, Associate. IN son North Port Charlotte join' him In establishing( outdoor for students who don't have in Is In excellent condition, age
Phone 4883681. sports struments. Phone 9:00: to 9-30: considered. New fuel pump and i
488-4708 magazine. Small
Real Estate capital needed Should have a m., 488.1475, Herman Vander push rod only week ago; new

I MODERN Completely furnished knowledge of boating, golf or Voort. rings: valves 1963; body sound Duplex in wonderful location. Small

SUBURBAN 47 MOHAWK RD. So. Venice, 3 bedroom 2 bath other participation and painted 'just year ago.
house sports. Age
2 BR. Furnished Newly Travel Push button front windows, down with good terms on
5 I blocks from Gulf in Venice, no barrier. Active or Inactive. payment
ESTATES painted in out. 2V4 comer radio, heater all operating.
June July, August Reasonable High remuneration. Short
ota! 775000. ZVi" adjoining! rent, Phone 488-5052 after Bp.m. M. A. Box 748. Venire resume WANTED ADULT DRIVER Breaks my heart to let It go, balance. For further informationcall
lots $750.00. Brokers Buere- Venice to Cape Cod. Mass. but repair parts getting hard

au & Bu reau C. C. (Chip) Male Wanted Leave by May 11th. Call Oliver to find and I'm no mechanic. 4884196.
Help 488.6413
Highest/ County Zoning or
Johnson Ira J. Gtockner 488-1402 Perfect for someone who Is
2 BEDROOM, Furnished apart for fishing workor
Martin S. Stancik. and needs car
ment. Large kitchen and living FORMER MARINES, receive Boats For Sale as "antique. Only $180 with
6 Acres PUtted Pereoli room. Also 3 room furnished fou. (f) days pay each month
) to :2 BEDROOM, Furnished" home. a 1964 tag that cost $30. See"' It beside
$8,500. Low down payment. apartment. Summer for one weekend drill. Reguar SACRIFICE. Owner"' leaving Gondolier Bldg and If Interested -

Call 95575603408 or 955- rates. Phone 4883785, Eves. credits toward retirement, late. 1963 Chris-Craft Cava- call Pete Conover at

ROADS, DRAINAGE, 2009. 438-5994. plus the added earning power Tier, 28-ft. Used only 48 hours. 488-3120. ". ". I
UTILITIES ALREADY ot' two weeks summer camp In Twin 185 engines Ship to shore

VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bed CENTRALLY LOCATED California in August. Call 836911 radio, depth finder compass,

INSTALLED rooms 1 bath. Screened path Apartments on yearly or Tampa, for details. and other features. Sleeps 4. CornerINCOME
carport corner lot, 180x120 monthly bails. Vacationers full galley and head. Hardtop Real Estate I

ft. Central heating and air conditioning welcome. Armada Apt,., 406 MALE. Full time dishwasher. with custom rear deck awning.

ATTRACTIVE PRICES, $450 equity, $92 per Armada Rd., S. Apply Venice Yacht Club. Owner wants offer. Originally

LIBERAL TERMS month. Taxes and insurance II) WANTED DriverSalesmanHood's cost over $11,000. Phone Donald .

eluded. 1758 Forest Rd., Phone LARGE FURNISHED 1 room Dairy, Inc., 1301 S. l' Clapp, Atty.. Venice 488- I EXCLUSIVEON
l Apartment Weekly Monthly Venice B,-Wav.
Carefully planned restriction Yearly. Reasonable! Phone 2 APARTMENTS COMPLETELY FURNISHED :h

to protect your Investment Florida bedroom, Hi Cathedral baths, panelled ceil 488-3785 Eves, 488-5994 Help Wanted "5N'"' HOMETOWN $11,750 .Close. Owner to Beach will finanea $19 end 20, Block 202

: two large bedroom in financial security rather "1WO/t Kermit L.
ESTATES OWNER, Modem 3 bedroom I apt., living room, tile bath, than Social Security. This Call: SEAWALL DOCK DEEP WATER

Laurel Road !est 2 baths porch. Between Frigidaire gas stove and furnace should be investigated See Mr. STnrnmmnui' HUSH Priced Right! MicklethwaitRealtor

beach Post Office. Extra TV, garage apace, fur Jim Jimerson at Sa seer's, aauacN unU McPHERSON KERMIT L MICKLETHWAITREALTOR
fV Yank: 488-3851 kitchen converts part for nished or unfurnished. Annual 7657 So. Trail Sarasota. P59-I42 488-6567 /

rental apartment. 428 Palmetto basis only $100 per month.

Court Venice.ATTRACTIVE Quiet, no lawn to mow Phone IiuuimuuiiiuiiiiimiiuiiiiiiiuouuIViiiuiuimuuiiiuuiiiiuulII U mil 801 I Laguna Drive Ph. 48-4621 801 Laguna 4884621INTERESTED

Wanted To Buy Seaman 866-2825.
HOME in nice
section of Venice. Two bedrooms MOD E R N. airconditioned ....... 'V' ---
WANTED TO BUYI two baths, screened stores available in South including carpeting and draperies

want five to twenty acresof porch and carport 1001 Nokomis Venice Shopping Center. For EAST VENICE AVE., CITY OF VENICE IT'S A HONEYI ?

land for truck farming. Ave., So.. Venice, 14000. information call 488-5838. Air Conditioned Barrel Tile Roof 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. terrano, garage 3 built In 1962,

Cleared uncleared, between Low down payment. No closing 1'.,.......... Lart. t Bdr. B.. olVrnlc 2 Bedroom 2 Bath a Oversize Garage central heat. Range. Refrigerator, washer. Lot 100 x 100. 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Screened]
Osprey and Placida. Can make costs. Call 4886701. or S.IIo.0......i Porch, attached carport, Oil
small down payment and bal. : ....". 1.... ... Lw Jimli, ...-.." Immediate OccupancyNO Bearing citrus Boat dock rights. 1430000. heat
80 120 lots in hat Gate.
Don't mill these bargain. x
Inca monthly at 6"'. Give full i
GOLDEN BEACH near gulf PARTLY FURNISHED. 2 bedroom 105 East Aurora 1
All assessment paid.
down information as to full price, Two bedrooms, two bath cottage, $65 month plus NO CLOSING COST $17,500.00 $2,200.00. wide bay. $9,500.00 17500.00 UNFURNISHEDH.
payment and location, to utilities. Phone 488-4927 or 488- Waterfront 100 x 300 on
S. N., Box 748, c/o GONDOLIER 30 foot Florida room 6467. PHONE 488-5042 EVENINGS 488.3562 N. WIMMERS

Venice. on 112 ft. corner 'lot. iaiimiiiuiuiouiiiiiiiuuiiiiiaiiuoiiiiiuIiiiiiIIUiiiiiuIJII! / iiiuiuiuiiuiiii GULF REALTYPH. REALTOR

Lots For Sale 51? GULF STREET Misc. For Sale 488-6738 216 S. TRAIL, VENICE 221 W. Miami Ave.

_...... I. L. 111 488-5303
3 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot ATLAS 8" JOINTER 1/4 h.p. L
MUST SELL TO SETTLE Estate city water and sewer. motor. Sears, Roebuck lathe; ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION

lot unit 13, Venice Gar. Walk to school and store. $7,250 Porter-Cable 8" Guild saw
dens; lot Sunset Beach unit 1; 30 per cent below cost! Call Call 488-5808. $100 for all three.

You see them, you make the 488-1510 after 4 or weekends. 2-bath with nice ATTENTION INVESTORS
offer Byron Markle Realtor SEA VIEW AWNING. 12'10" MAINTENANCE New 2-bedroom, ,
Eleanor Taylor Associate Ph. NEW DUPLEX in Venice Gar. long< 4 ft. wide $50. Newberry's ATTENTION DEVELOPERS

W8-4706. dens. 2 bedrooms each side. Shoe !Store, 310 W. Venice LIGHTING SUPPLIES screened porch. Wonderful loca Approximately 300 Acret.
Central heat and aiMondition- Ave.
$10 DOWN ed. Attractive lake location. tion. Small!! down payment. Easy Hard Top Road. Good Area.Way .
$10 Mo. buys 2 lots
HEAVY DUTY all steel utility Below Price at
In So. Venice. Price $330. Al- Phone 488-4885 or 488-8851. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. .
488-4658 ,
trailer. Phone nights Per Acre
IOn :2 lots So. Venice $635. One v..... t ad.. Dandr II... I",,", terms. For information call $550.00

lot Sunset Beach unit No. 1, AS.Je.5. L bark+. J.S.N..NWisfees. AUTOMATIC SOFT DRINK Bat & Coelril: Street Phone 4884794 Martin S. Stancik

800. Any one of these for $10 Vending Machine still under 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED

down. For $20 down and $20 VENICE GARDENS warranty for half price. B & W REALTORTel.

mo. you can buy a nice Venice Auto Repair, 629 E. Venice
PRICE $12,000.00 WOLFER MOTORS Inc. 488.5443
Gardens ,
$1.950. Buy Ave. 4883502.SEWING .
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n c ; t tx Bank, Venice Lions Lead

: / 1 1 Jr. Loop; I Kiwanis 1st In Seniors

Kiwanis posted a pair of victories the win and Ben Steele took Merchants, 11-10, Saturday left-hander Dennis erawfwd

I d In the senior division of the loss. John Kruse continuedhis after whipping Venice Rotary, hurled a one-hitter for the !
t 04585 r r Gulf Little League last weekto torrid hitting for Sarasota 13-3, on Friday. Tod Twill Kilowatts while regl.ter
take over sole possession of Federal by collecting a single rapped out his third home run strike outs. Taylor was th.Vu

first place with a mark of four and double in three official of the Reason against Rotary ting star with his home run
victories and one loss. times at bat.Tueaday to lead the league in that de and a double.

In second place one-half night's doubleheader partment. Also hitting homers Osprey Merchants outlasted
game behind, is Sarasota Fed was rained out and will be were Paul Taylor in the FP&L the Elks on Friday, 16.11
eral with a 3-1 record. First re-scheduled, Action resumes win over Osprey Recreationand saw their three-game 'Z

National Bank Is third with tonight with First National Larry Burris in the Venice streak halted by the Iou to the,

I three wins and two defeats, meeting Sarasota Federal at Lion victory over Nokomis Bank. On Monday, Venice Ro,
u ukE I t while Venice Shopping Center 5:30: at the municipal field. Lions. tary beat them, 12.8 In a game
and Osprey are tied for last Junior DivisionIn A One-Hitter that had been earlier ,
1 place with one victory and the junior division, both The Florida Power & Light ed. postpon.

s + three losses apiece.Lefthanded Venice Lions and Osprey Merchants nine, after losing three in a The Rotary rebounded from

Steve Dalton were knocked from the row came back to notch a pairof a 13-S loss to the Bank to edge
pitched the Kiwanis to an 80shutout undefeated ranks. The Lions wins last week. First victim the Elks, 4-2. on Saturday, The
over First Nationallast I lost, 44, to Osprey Recreationon was Nokomis Lions by a S-T win over Osprey Merchant
r { Thursday night and on Saturday I Thursday but came back score, and the second was Osprey gave the Rotary a J-2 mark,
afternoon right-hander Saturday to down Nokomis Recreation by a 5.0 and a tie with the Merchant
Richard Rohlwing was the Lions by a 13.1 score behindthe martin In the OspreY game. for third place
winner as the league leaders three-hit pitching of Gene I I I
Osprey Recreation
whipped Osprey, 11-1 Fowler to remain tied with THE STANDINGS and the
Sarasota Federal won Its Venice-Nokomis Bank for the SENIOR DIVISION are tied for (huh

third straight Saturday by top spot on the ladder. Both .....'" W 4 r.Jrl. I. with three marks losses of while two wins and

downing the Shopping Centerby teams are 4-1 on the year 5...-s. N..I l __._ I I U Nokomis
..... .nk a evmin Lions in the cellar with
a 10-4 score. Bob Austin got The Bank edged Osprey rise N." R ._ in
r hlfta O.ttf .1 4 0-5 record.
I 4Ttxxdn's
1 Rr.1Yx1..ni Tonight' schedule hat JTtL

GIRLS COMPLAIN a. rind. N.'.....' a and Rotary meeting at 5 pm,
e.t.d.r'. -.". The Yankees and Indians
V80 .. in
er.ada P'od..J 15.
(Gondolbr photo br Bob Obmdorf. ) It.ftlo, 11, or.r r.Tmla51' undefeated in Farm System
"". .....10"rot play with only ties to
A 10-MAN TEAM will represent Venice High: School In a Johnson, Jerry Hawks, Dick Stafford and Martin Satava, Get With It Guys! IG.W.U..I ". 5.rret. F.4&1, records The Yankees mar are their 2-H

county g \\t tourney; to be held Saturdry at Longboat: Key rear Steven Rayburn, David Bowles, Ken Walker, Rick : 11.....'-. "Vl.fd.1.. and the Indians are l-fl-2.
Country Cub u::;::;i the sponsorship:! of the E :;hanje C'ubof Koenig and Rick Winsett Not pictured, Morton Chiles, Dan. Parwota r"drral' CM On">m. I }"
A full schedule
KI.inU ... M Nattatial I pit.V for all team
I Sar; SL a Th.rOen have entered the quiiiifj.r: ? n-undi ny Kiehl and Marc Powers Rayburn and Chiles are junior .5 Vm1.. I is in store for this weekend
which started 'od.iy and will end tomorrow: at Lake Venio /high students the rest are in senior high. Other schools en. here and at Osprey ,
Golf Club The) 10 ''ow scorers will make up the Venice team( tered in the tourney are Cardinal Mooney, Sarasota and Quit Letting Us DownBy IUlllOR Dm8tosw L

Ten of the 19 J par;icipants are shown here prior to the Atart Riverview "nk*.okoiiili 8.... 4 IV..I.

of the qudlifvirf!! rounds From left, front, Allan Domin, Bill Vnlrt.. Knurr IJom -_____- .__i a 4 e I COCO!

O |>r7 Merchant BPlorhU a I
VIVIAN BROWN than their fathers enjoyed. Fomr a, U.M S aowr
_...,... __ I I
oo Li'l Indian Golf Tennis AP Newsfealures Writer Summer sports are popular but 1'1..101.1.' .. ... I In..yo.
.H.! R.w
y Are girls getting more sports winter sports are more demanding 0._ ..."*."lo. 4. V..il. tkiM L
I and outdoor-minded than boys and some young men rrtd.ta 5..llo'er. '"
I ., M.nh."n II v.&... 11IIoo: 1L
t BOWLING : In This WeekVenice Many girls complain that they think of them as work rather FPal. I. Nok.s,. LI.... 1.V .
Teams Action
can't find companionship with than play, They prefer fishing, .-No Bunk II. .V.il.. Rnbur L
young men, unless they show swimming and sailing to hunt. Vc-Nii Rink S...11.....,Oopnr." Rto M.rrb.la! NOW THRU

Junior High School interest only in easygoing pasimes. ing, skiing and I ice skating.But V_.... Rot.ry" V..I. Ern I. S AUGUSTA 6
p.m.Golf ..... .... ..
and tennis schedule McIntosh L I. Omtrrr R tl
golf teams begin NIGHTLY
One 17-year-old girl you never can figure Voilio. Lh<.. II. Nnkoml). Uo- tVflilM J.IO:
activity this week in competition here, today; Sarasota here, writes: them. One high school senior M..4.,'. _... MATINEES
Kunkle, Gulf Coast Development with other Brookside 7 JtoUrr II. 1'.".... M_...> IPrldw'l R 2:00: P.M
Myakka Lanes junior high May 5; at May ; "I go with a fellow who couldn't get her friend to walk ,....I. I.. 5.504." .)
534; State Farm, 795, school in the county Brookside here. May 12; at doesn't do anything but sit and up to the hill to a skating pond, PP" ... V..I.. R..an I p.. A WEDNESDAY, FRIDAYS
Community Foods Madge Royale Cabinets, 2320. Bowlersof The tennis team played Sara. Sarasota, May 14; at McIntosh, read ride in his car or lounge only to find that he suddenly Hrk d...bDm AND SATURDAY
Powers Hood's Dairy, 183, the week Babe Rice and and will V..). u.- a5 ow.g YwehrSan .
sofa there Tuesday May 19.Tennis over a soda at the drug store. went mad for ice fishing. He n.Nnkot.ph. ....
Harriette HendriX and Polly Jim Korinek Lee Hill convert. host the same opponent this schedule Sarasota I like to ski, but-he sighs when would spend hours shivering/ u.. w. V.Ne Barb o DAILY .
Henderson, 439: Don Spittler, ed the 5-3-10 split afternoon the courts here at McIntosh May a .t V..I. '
Standings: at city today; ,
I suggest it. I go steady with a lake some distance from O>pr.T __ ... Vine. maya DOUBLE
Bodager Painting, 267-635; Royale Cabinets, 82%-45%; The golf team will be at home 5; McIntosh here May 7; him, but It's no fun to sit their neighborhood, catching .... at Ym.e... r
Hood's Dairy 839; First National Myakka Enterprises 73'a-sm' ; this afternoon at Lake Venice Brookside here, May 12; at II....'. 5.I4..)
around yakking all the time or something "that resembled a Venire. Urt.rr U Oinnw RM., 1Nokoo.lt .... 1.2K !
Bank 2318 Bowlers of Fisher Electric 64'i-631i' Golf Club against McIntosh Brookside, May 14. watch him read book sardine." Lloni ... 0._ Mirek
the week Don Spittler and El. Members of the tennis team Guy Bennett coaches golf a even 1 p..t Vonlro. RACES ,
when he comes to my house.I v.nif. Elk.' rrau a ..
tie Frederick Bill Hendrix and m p.
are Patty Johnson, Ron Jones and Miss Lorraine Johnson
f Dee Deaterly each convertedthe Early Wvnn and Kathy Johnson in the tennis like the outdoors, but he suggests M' VmieKV.NO Bank m Toilra. IJoM, N OUINIElAS '
6-7 three that I go ice skating with Indians Vie I .... M VnlMi, -
split Top teams Early Wynn Classic John singles and Jimmy Meadows --- -
In second half; Devlin' Ga Houaeworth 237 and 558! Lee and Roger Tyrrell, Steve Johns my girl friends They seem to FARM STSTBM N EACH

rage 44-20; Hool's Dairy, 42- Frye 224 202 and 212 for 618; and Rand Carter and KareTischler Regina Bur ord their have the same trouble with Ymkw __ a WIT 5 I E RACEL
boy friends One boy will
22 Superior Heating & Cooling, and Austin the
; Shock 218. and Billy Hurt in For BerthsIn While 8a I 1 5
39\4-2414. Roll off will be held doubles. drive us to a pond occasionally, I.diat.I. S 1m LADIES ADMITTED
Moody Mixed Lea. and then sit in "" _. 1 I I
the with the "
between Don Pullen' Barber rue Gertrude Klask Gulf Representing the Lil Indians Scores A 77 car ..... 1 I S FREE THURSDAYS
Shop, first half winners, andDevlin' Wud Marine. 180 and in golf fill be Morton Chiles heater on while we skate. Dodo_ ...'___ _,.._ .__ S a III. C
471 Elmer State MeetVenice
; "Is it asking too much of ..... 5w.5t.Y.nk.w CENTRAL
Garage to
Eddie Courtney Steve Ray.
Ricker, .
Suncoast Motel 11, t\rlm\ UWhlu L
league champion 226 and 564 burn Mike Eaten Mark Koe- these fellows to do something 8o. 5. I>od.-. L AIRCONDITIONINGVALET
: Ludwig Fats In LVWGA EventAction we want to do once in while OFT. f, IndiMM T. "
a High School's track
Ben Steele Austin .
Senlsoft Bill i 1 I Bodager, Powder Puff Beauty Salon 201 nig, Bob ........ SVkrflb. PARKING
Don Willis. Bowles and even though they do not enjoy team will travel to Clearwater ._ .. ... I
West Coast Redi-Mix, 224; Bob and 507; Suncoast Motel 648 Tolly Indl... y.. PI. .. at V B
: I IU" ... .. .. BRADENTON ROAD
Kirk Tischler Saturday to participate in the YinkM While Sox 11 m j
Hun Bond's in Class A
Garage, 571 ;: Powder Puff Beauty Salon yesterday vole.Dodq.r. ..
Went Coast Redi-Mix, 1061 : 1858. Final standings: Wlll-Du- Starting time for all! home l8-hole division of the Lake They should cooperate oc. Group 6 Meet for Class A w o.p_ M .... ..4Ow BETWEEN 41.301 '

"j Anne K Beauty Shop 3073 Tavern 70.50; Gulf Wind Marine Venice Women's Golf Association asionally on an outdoor tripof schools ..,.
j Bowlers of the week Roy 0' 68.52; Suncoast Motel 1 66- Winners ListedIn sponsored low net tourney some kind. But who can The top three finishers in

Brian and Ed Reed. Frank 54; Powder Puff Beauty Salon resulted In Regina Buford taking make them* A 19-year-old boy each event will qualify for the I. THE MAY 5TH

Grosh picked up the 3.7.10 63H-561. ; Wash Bowl Laundry LVMGA PlaySix / honors with a 77. who does like the outdoors state meet to be held in Gain

split Standings at end of second 61H-58H ; Venice Heating 59- members of the Lake Second place went to Em says: esville on May 9. PRIMARYVOTE

half top three team., 61 ; Southern Spring & StampIng Venice Men's Golf Assn. tied Rohmann with an 80. "Lots of fellows Just like to Top candidates from the In- REPUBLICAN

Culligan Soft Water, 41.23; Inc., 59-61 ; South Venice for first place in the blind In Class B, Stephanie Duke sit and dream, Maybe they are dian squad are Bruce MacDonald -
Venice Lumber Co, 36.28; Area Volunteer Fire Dept., bogey tournament, played: last carded a 75 and Marie Reich. just figuring out their futures in the ahot put and dis FOR

'8' Mayer'f Construction and 54V4-65H ; Land-O-Sun Dairy weekend at Lake Venice Golf ard was runnerup with a 79. or something. Suddenly you cue, Bob Harrison in the pole
J Spittler Dry Well 3529. Rad- W70and: Sil's Trailer Sales Club. Sewell McKeough topped the realize you are growing up vault, Bill Krueger in the 880-(

ii. ford Construction first half 48'j-71H. All scoring 77's were A. S. fiell in the 9-hole division of and you don't reallv know yard run Charlie Hodges in MILLARD (JACK ) KNUCKLESThe

winner, will meet Culligan' The !South Florida Construe- Johnson, G, Gerdts K W. Class A with a 40. Tied for second where you are going.. It can be the high jump, C. E, Pitta Jr.

11 for league title. Von Mixed< ._ Bertha Drew, Erickson, M. White, R. Wallar were Bee Stewart and Tightening, I know what I'm in the hurdles and Paul Pedenin

Busch Bavarian Tavern BlitcrTs Shoes 178 and 482; and T. L. Hatcher. Irene Bryant with 41'.. going to do so it doesn't scare the sprints.

0 1 Fred Yagle, Shell Patio, 2S2 Orin Brad' an. Publix Markets The last half of the 36-hole Betty Winsett was the leaderin me any more, but once it did."
<< 622; Dubuque Packing Co 939 222 and 559; Publix Markets individual net tournament will Class B with a 40, while Maybe that Is the .newer. Instanbul was called Constantinople Best Qualified
2753. Bowl.rsf the week, 359 and Ruth Evers came in second On Culture Kick
t 2388. Standings: Ave be played May 7 through May until 1923 when it "was
Fred Yagle and Jack Fann. nue Apparel 80 -47'-2' ; The 10. with a 41. A 16-year-old girl complains
Incorporated in the M Candidate ForSHERIFF
Top three teams for second Paint Mart 80' -47\ ; and Cape A meeting will be held Tuesday In Class C, it was Anna that her best! beau Is on such new Republic ;-
'I half Gulf. Yarger out in front with a 34. a culture kick that it is of Turkey i
'r ; Happyland, 51-13.: Haze Water Works 7751. at 7:30 p m. in the clubhouse I exascrating. -
j En-Bay, 48-16, B & B Bar, 41 Vi23 Strurclinf Bonier Trio for members of the Runnerup was Hazel McGlynnwith .

\II. *. Smitty's Beef Eaters Mary Ellen Blount, Rogers TV LVMGA. a 42 "What do you think about a Your
first-half winner, defeated Hap-: 225 and 591 ; Rogers TV 494 and ----- fellow who makes dates with

';'i 1, pyland In the roll off for the you to go to museums and liiraries Water Problems

championship. 1396.Early Wynn Senior High and concerts but will As Near H. will) give yon an .fF'tdent,

CaldwHI Court K e r I n School Bonnie Betts 157 and never take you to a party or tothe 1t .eieelUnt wtllfraiDepartment Sheriffs

Hough, Wise Potato Chips, 225; 430, Marc Powers 186 and 502. .... movies or to anything like As YourTelephone' working HARD
Em Mavleben, Lasbury Realtors Earlr Wynn Junior High that? He'll look at television ,
601; First Federal Savings Linda Harris 185 and 418; Mike if 1 there is a play that he likes, for you THE TAXPAYERS.

& Loan, 1031.2956. Bowlers Schade 159 and 449. but otherwise he doesn't enjoy ,',,1'C H. will bring a new dignity b
of the week, Betts Geraci and Venire Elementary Connie it. We spent five hours in
thin office
Ina Fasel Bettv Toler con Betts 139; Mike Sages 114. a museum one day. My feet SERViSOFT
verted the 3.7 split Standings FniMewond Elementary were aching, and I felt dizzy, JACK KNUCKLESPaid

First Federal 84-44: Englewood Lou! Davis 109: Gary Longtin but he wouldn't give up. The FW
Political Adv. by Knuckles For Sheriff Campaign
I' Nursery, 85'a' .444 Artu 120 final straw was my birthday 488-4481 i

tic Beauty Salon 811.-401.2. Lemon Bay Bantams-Vicky present two tickets to a .
American Roofing of Enle- musicale which he wanted to
King 136 David Bullock 91.
; M1: ft
!Jlllllr !:Dfl
wood Harold Manco. Man- Summer leagues are now attend. Does this type of person :
co-Crawford. 215-236.179-630 ever change?"
; forming!, and all bowlers planning
Modern Phillips 66. 10502975Bowlers their summer activitiesare Lots of young fellows go
:"l 1 of the week, Dana invited to participate in the through a selfish phase, or NOW OPENFOR
f Shook and Harold Manco. Duane -
following schedule: maybe it shouldn't be called

I Keaser and Lee Landry, Monday 5 man teams, handi- that. They Just want to do what
220; Larry Johnson 596. Stand.d they want to do. And
cap; Tuesday, 5 lady teams, they
inds, American Roofing 39- handicap; Wednesday, Mixed would do it anyway, even if
25; Man<'O-Crawford. 38 28, ((4)) teams handicap; Thursday they didn't have dates with BUSINESSAT

Cape Haze Key Agency and 5 lady teams, handicap; ,iris Maybe they don't need
En lewood Auto Service, 16.28 ? + t female companionship at those
Friday, 4 man teams scratch; 142 E. MIAMI AVE.
Summer Nur rr Frldav Mixed (4)) teams handicap times, but tolerate it. It's pea'Bible
Grove Wishing! Well, 253611 : Sunday Mixed (4)) team. 3rq he would not have given ..., ........ i.ar,4
Wishing< Well 931: WAMR handicap. you anything for your birth-
Radio 2675. Bowlers r>If the he
Organizational/ meetings are day, except thought the
week Jerry Miller and Curl!
musicale good investment
being held to form these lea. a
Carlson Carl Carlson, 208: Many point out that
rues, and anyone Interested is surveys
Larrv Johnson 603 Standings: Invited to call the lanes for 4t boys> are not as rugged as their
i. Wishing Well 41-19! : Hood'sDairy fathers at the
pecific information at 488- were same age
41.23; WAMR Radio. 2295 All evening leagues will It may be because they have

3727. start at 7:30.: many more indoor diversions
Venlce-Nokomls Rank Rays I Y4 f
1 and Dolls Peg Slack Pabst ---- d 5 k .m
'i Blue Ribbon, 214602; Leo Par. Senior CitizensVenice for an

rellin and Tarry Johnwn, 201; Area Senior Citizens
t Bill Stahl, Pic-n-Psy, 580; Pie.d Club will meet Wednesday at enjoyableday GOLF

d n-Pay Drugs, 1031 ; Pabst Blue 130: p m. at Venice Civic C"n- of l ar
j Ribbon, 2953. Bowlers of the ter, for its monthly business _
week Per Slack and Jason meeting. f TRY
f St ifford. Final standing. top All senior citizens are Invit l u SARASOTAGOLF
I four teamHrndrlrk'i Con ed. ]art
; dtruction !Sl' -HV: Kiwanis CLUB
I '4 Club 4024: ; PicnPsv 3925Pahst Total emp'ovment' in this FIRST TARPON John Schultz and Mike Farrington, both DAILY GREEN BARBER SHOP
r t""; Blue' Ribbon'!, 3727. country. Including a I'm. d of Palm & Pines Trailer Court, Nokomis, landed their first pU.UU 5
FEES . . .
I Thursday Night! Mixed forces averaged nearly 69 million tarpon last week while fishing the Myakka River below Pla- I Air Conditioned/ For Your Comfort
Just Off ..
: Eden K"1)' )" Stat Flinn In. for 1583 a million more more. The silver beauty was 64 inches long and weighed 55 of B Ridg. Rd. FORMERLY WITH ARCADE BARBER SHOP HOURS ( A.M. TO 5:30: P.M.'AGE .
: nursni-p. 161 450 dim' Korinek than the "r 'ous) year Tl- round and was landed on a 25-lb! test spinning tackle after I South Sarasota :
; Royal Cabinets 206; George nanc. Facts figures show. a long battle which saw the tub jump six tune. :::..c ------ 1 "", ,,, J- .""-



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/hat Young People Think HALEY REPORT

Mama, Papa Embarrass Us Keep Brazil From Going Way Of Cuba I

By REP. JAMES A. HALEY proved by our aid Inflation has i,, ceases relating to the election list v stige.
With one Communist strong' run wild, with prices doublingin of a new president on balnce I We may well pray that this
Common Teenage hold already established In the the past year alone, and the I a the overthrow of Goulart I will happen You will have
ComPlaint Western Hemisphere, it has government has made no real I must be regarded as a signlicant noticed reports that Russian
been and .till ja in the best Interest effort to stabilize its economyor I setback for Castro and 500-mile missile have returned .
pt'GENE GILBERT of tile United States to better the lot of its illiterateand communism in this hemisphere to Cuba's north coast and
tj do all we can to prevent Brazil, poverty-stricken millions their worst defeat since that our "friends" the Britishnow
president of the the richest and biggest South It even was charged that re their Venezuelan terrorist campaign have embarked on a big-
(jUbtrt Youth Research Co.Today's OUR JO soy f 04 American Republic, from going cently-toppled leftist President failed last year to takeover time deal for the shipment of
wish P4R the way of Cuba. Goulart actually was leadinghis the government of that heavy cranes (with American.
young people PARENTS fTS'IPMUM But the result of our efforts country to economic ruin as country. made engines) to Casaro't
1,'Ir, mothers and fathersL. p MANNfQISM Wi Bur 01sewr to far the pouring of billionsof part of a deliberate plan for a The Goulart downfall has Communist empire. "
them. S QUq I
stoP 1N4 yNrER dollars in foreign aid and dictatorial takeover of the gov. been described as a victory for
Bflree quarters of the 1250 SN private investment into Brazil ernment. If this had happened, UII, and certainly our position
R i' and girls we questioned FIUSlER have been something less Goulart eventually would have and that of the free Latin m fl
E ntly said their parents do than satisfactory. It has seemed become another Castro-like American nations has been I
Uarrass! them, even if only the puppet of the Kremlin and
tut'n / that money we have materially strengthened But Ido
wionally Urro spent, and the assistance! we Khrushchev not believe that we should
;The girls' are more ernbar- have provided in developing The ousting of Goulart In an feel that complete victory hasbeen i
1 jed than the boys Seventy. Brazfl's agricultural, and almost bloodless revolution, won in BrazIL I believeit WE HAVE ttAT aNNTTuATAec
L per cent of the young natural resource, is being however, seems to have improved better to adopt a "wait and T-
,men, but only 68 per cent of wasted. the outlook for Brazil. I see" attitude, to give the Bra WHENBUttDIN6
i, young men say their par. Brazil has for a good many While those in charge of the zilian government time to settle iI
1'1 put them in a fluster Tear been teetering on the operations of the provisional down and (hopefully) get YOU WILL
I parental failings most com- brink of communism and total government have, it is true, the country moving again, this a! BENEFIT I
(>flly named are criticizing economic collapse, and this actuation done aome distrubing things time[ in the right direction, so
L teens in front of other has been growing worse in the way of ignoring or evading that it can solve its admittedly COME INND
Jjis people, talking about f steadily, instead of being 1mI certain constitutional pro- difficult and critical economicand TAKE
L children to other parents political emblems onv LOOK
41 treating the boy and girls Under the right kind of leadership ""g-'karma i
I, little children. News Of ServicemenActivities I there is no reason at
j parents Interfere i I all that Brazil should not become I
Epthw\} teen. find that their one of the greatest republics r
benti often interfere withbnf reports from four Sr., has returned to Alameda, in our side of the world,
of the military services this Calif aboard the
visitors attack aircraft nor is there reason why she
people' e
r e
month involve Venice area carrier USS after : ljlGRANT'S
EL hard to "join the C Ranger should not become a great bul
too haa .
Cwd"rlliey VpJC c cvamrL ; servicemen. a month of intensive training i
always try to get' In Army Spec. 4 James T. Kidd, I operations off the San Diego! I
husband of Mr. Shirley Kiddof Calif coast.
I everything, if kids are at "They sometimes make little rent of the teenagers complain cent however, say their complaints Englewood, and other
members -
house," say Jean) LuceIt jokes on my mannerisms,to their mothers embarrass them are "fairly effective of the First Cavalry Di Navy Ens. Geoffrey: S. "
|, of Mitchell, S, Dak, nays a 15-year-old Mitchell, S. most often, while only 31 per vision' Eighth Engineer Battalion Mason, son of Mr and Mrs I SPECIAl
Carroll, 18, of Dak. Protests Vary Vernon L. Mason of Nokomishas :
t-A Randy boy And a year-old cent lay the blame with dad. have
completed a 19-day
I jton Tex, object because Fort Wayne, Ind., girl claims Slightly more than half the The methods of protest vary I I counter-guerrilla training ex just attended a two-weeks Out I
rr father and mother are al- her father "i* abrupt to my young people 57 per cent from just Ignoring the embarrassing ercise in Korea. He is a construction course indoctrination in amphibious warfare Carry .
1,II trying to butt in on my dates and treats me like a say they have protested theirparents' remarks or actions, to specialist and enteredthe at AmphibiousSchool
child in front of others" leaving the room, to talkingto Coronado, Calif.
raw" actions. Unfortunately, Army in March, 1963 BUCKET oi.
ant sham their teen. Mothers are worse offenders 38 per cent say their protestsdo the parents afterwards. Marine Lance Cpl Terry C. Air Force new reports that .
IT children in other ways. than fathers. Fifty-three per no good Another 30 per : Sandy Woll, 17, of Bothell Murphy, son of Mrs Verse I Frank R. White, son of Mr N
Wash, tries "to accept people William of Nokomis, was pro and Mrs. Frank White of Miami .
as they are, especially par- moted recently to that rating and husband of the former ChIcken
ents, and don't let them bother while serving aboard the attack Deborah Weston, daughter of
me," Ken Rogers 17, of transport USS Fremont, Mr. and Mrs Joseph S. Westonof
| You Can't Go Wrong With Baltimore, Md." Bays, "I ignorethe operating the Mediterranean Englewood Beach, has been i
situation with the Sixth Fleet. commissioned a second lieutenant
I Michelle Arnold, 14, of Brook. Marine Pvt. Richard T upon graduation from WHOLE 21/2 LB.
lyn, N. Y., takes more action. Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lackland AFB Training School ;$2 60 .
WRIGHT ,, "I walk away," she says Albert L. Bradley Jr., i is attending T. Sgt. John T. Carter, son CHICKEN ((10 Pieces)
Some of the more constructive : Aviation Ordnance of Mr. and MM John Carterof WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES, I LB. COLE SLAW,
methods include one by School at the Naval Air' Tech- Columbus, Miss, and husband I/I DOZEN HOT ROLLS
Richard Casey, 17, of West nical Training Center in Jacksonville of the former Barbara
1 ,, Roxbury, Mass He tries to "do Upon graduation he Ann Brough, daughter of /ran! I faff orders packed In foil lined buckets)
e s things before they have to tell will be assigned to a Marine Brough of Englewood, has Phone Ahead order will be ready
; me" Sue Roman, 14, of Phila- Aircraft Group for duty with graduated from the Military your
I delphia, makes an effort to the aviation ordnance section. Air Transport Service Senior PHONE 488.5075
G.OJ. j G.O.P. "stay out of the way and keep Two Navy men are in the Noncommissioned Office t r I
comments to myself" news Academy at Orlando, AFB. An W. T. GRANT CO.
Martha Schrieber, 18 of Miami Theo E Dandridge Jr., air police supervisor, he is returning
i Beach, is one of the boys dentalman, USN. son of Mr. to his permanent unit RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICE
Candidate 1 Candidate and girls who try talking it and Mrs Theo E. Dandridge at McGuire AFB, N J II

over "I speak to my mother I -0.- ..a&Lt.! ttv vStisaaora '-' .
v and try to explain how I feel,"

District : ; District she Marlon says Archer, 18, of Pimento I

Ind. is more philosophicalabout NOTICE
the whole situation. He
explains that he realizes "thatno
harm is intended and U',
all in fun"

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Good intention start us out tion as commissioner.. A flying Colonel was friendlyto By The REV. MILES DePAGTER, .p...
periodically to sort and clean -o- the idea, pleasant, but turned
up the accumulated papers Still thinking of how "wa the this) emissary over to a Major .... Grace MeOmdlat dunk of Tetfa'
JJla1F that strangl this tiny office people" act in our governmentthe (no wings) In charge of I"S -- .
The Augean stable Is never ( best we know, in spite of personnel .j
FUSgl ASSOCIATION cleaned, but here are some of our faults), we wonder if some "Where are your orders INVESTMENTSMen thane park togelt ;

Th. AnorliM/ PMM .to .clu.l..l. ntHM to mm tar tl.Un..e" all ..... _..... the things we forked up. of you saw "The Court-Martial We showed him. "What are "Our's Is the '
Mdlt 4 "
II .. ............ _I.... I. N4. pOl'Ol', sad a.. IoeaI .w .. Iio." bon AU -hie et U..II.4. Freddie Dulsberg, of Engle- of Billy Mitchell" a rerun with you doing here in the financial world ed. moat moat
ml peiaj dwpalelm. .. ftlM ,.....*. wood Road, sent us this word Gary Cooper as the General, "Well sir," we had the nerveto speak of stocks and bond a* Ouilllltnizeclllt
_T4 r t.hdd.e...... and........] >kr*vtftui rthl'.f wrsINu.reblhb iMitMt et. Iktovt .t..g.ar to prr/ebM/ u4 IN a.r.bn.Nb... .Y when we heard that he had on TV the other night. It's say, "The war is going investments. All of us make on own earth children, yet 17 milllap 01 lilt
received a letter from the Texas special significance is the war against us on our sector The investment of. one kind or lately no receive 1"-"-
..d r.... M...... wJ Ttrarafer Fran 1IM4 B. Mlul A_.. Governor end we asked if between the branches of our French have lost some two another. We are especially tlon." rellgtoug
found At ....* ClM Umttm At Fwt Offtot M *.<... 56.U. We might use it in this column; own armed forces and the million men and are sending terested in investments that We must to
"Dear Duffy Governor John short-sightedness of the 'jealous up half-train boys or cripples pay big and important divi Just' the CO cI1l11'd1, !lei

EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and. Publish Connally Jr., of Texas seems "iron-heads" that head to fly good planes of which we dends. work of Cbrl8t'building' but,, 10 110
each branch are storked You have the good IttnCdIllll"
COURTNEY WILLIS . .. ... ..... .......... . ... Advertising Manager to be a conscientious public pilots here but good plane We believe that next to our earth, which may have tta
errant. I bit Those World War I brass- no families, the next greatest: > investment tral QI.
SAM DILLON .. ...... .. ............... ....... .. N_w. and Newsptrtrto' Editor to get an answer was a to my surprised query bounders could not give in to Our Captain thought w* might is in the church, (the rout meetings; in in actlre t blUldUlr; ,

ROGER KILBY..... .. .. ..................... ..... Mechanical Superintendent about the Jaek Ruby trial in the possibility of aviation u a get at least one more American investment of our time talents service p
Dallas. weapon AM Mitchell had the in Escadrille Spad 79 and treasure).

SUBSCRIPTION. RATES In county, IS.U per year, $3.25 per six months $2.79 "His letter answered my foolish, patriotic temerity to the It Berlin might Wall ss well we hare were been t )king It is the only organization in Translate t t
lost but
buck them.
per three months, 10 cent per copy. Out of county, $6.U per year, M.:U questions about a defendant's He the battle still to. "Your Captain didn'tgo the world that work full time Shakespeare's) line "P't1111d1.'
per six months, $3 per three month. right of appeal in Tetas. I prefer won. though read in through channels," the mar- at the tasks which we consider Romans Countrymen, 1eJi4111t
----- -- -- not to have the text of the foe on, ss we today' tinet said. THE MOST IMPORTANT. your ears" becomes "a.tJI.
letter printed verbatim in your papers. "H tried that, sir, but got We must be concerned with tangu, waruml, wanadu tit
column, however if you wishto Once upon of a time we talked no response." the work of the church. rangu nlsikilheni
. Tuesday Is E-Day mention my getting the letter the language of General "You ought to be court mar. Quoting from Paul Harvey'sarticle --
from Governor Connally Mitchell though we were only
tlalcd for
going over peoplea'hud in the Christian! Action
that would be all right. a lowly (nothing so low) Second
Get out of here before Iput Alert;
"The Governor, incidentally, Lieutenant and we, too, you under' .arrest, !" And lost
Mart ToetdVy is primary lection day to cadge voUs. got a number of threats against were martial.It threatened. with court that was the final answer, from forward Has Christianity thrust? The 116 mIllion Its
In Florid. Sam of the campaign advertising has his life as well 1! as letters such the non-flying "kiwi"As churchgoers in the United
ss mine It is a real risk to was the list year of World the late General MseAr-
On that Democrats and RepvbticaM bn ; ludicrous and States are more than ever!
day downright a sever be in public office these days. War I, the summer of 1918. thur brings out in his posthumous .
choose two candidate In each race strain on the voter's credulity. Ther have Even our own Sarasota County This Duffy had taken off his report on the Korean war, before That' an increase of
30 cent in ten
to knock heads {for the top prize from been comic strips, the "Go" theme" borrowed Commissioners have had the French uniform, serving as it seems sometimes as though "But per illegitimacy years.has Increased -
of the Foreign
problem of death Pilote
the governorship on down in the November from animated br commercial, threats"Gus Legion, and transferred to our your own people are workingfor 300 per cent,
Nelson, a former coun- the enemy. General Mit -t tu
gen.ral.l.ction just to name a coupl ty commissioner, mentioned own U. S. Air Service with the chell found it out, and even "Pornography has becomea
This campaign, especially for tfie 90". A gubernatorial hopeful had an eight- this to me in a conversation I rank of shave-tail, in trade for this insignificant second louie COO million dollar-a-year
_'I [fob hat been marked by a lot of page supplement, complete with full coloron had with him hi Sarasota on rank of about"caporal"equal. French ran up against the "iron-
the day that President Kennedy Army heeds"It Venereal disease has increased -
spending and a lot of reckless charges the front page In all the paper ever was assassinated Col. Things were bad Days of was hard to fly back to the 72 per cent in one
The nations forest reserves have been the stat last Sunday. By conservative Nelson said it Is never wise to retreat. British in retreat south front with report that mission year! '

somewhat depleted by the bushels of estimate, that mutt have cost five or six! disregard threats against one' of Compiegne. Roads full of failed We were so upset that "Our crime bill 1 a 20 billion .-- Oo J-1# -
life and he felt that certain sorry wounded and refugees.We : w* almost wished we had re dollars a year.
paper propaganda ground out each day times the $22,500 annual salary of the types of people were apt to were bombed off our field mained a French "pilote. "And crime is increasing ,ITS WELL 10 BRJN61 l\
by the headquarters of the gubernatorial governor for the full two-yar term. blame their particular set of and flew to another 'Just south Even so. the Stars and four times faster than our UP V3UR CHILDREN SO
circumstances of Montdidier Happened to Stripes now fly daily from is OTHERS WILL LIKE!! TVM(
1 hopefuls. The others have been just as loose withmoney on those in public ) population Increasing BESIDES Y&URSEiF
office. meet Jap Brown there, anotherold sunup to sundown at Duffy'a "Juvenile crime is increasing
hat 'been and this When does it
Money spent lavishly in campaign.
in ,
"I appreciate your Interest! Lafayetter, now living point on Lemon Bay five times faster Some
r loosely and much of it ineffectually. come from? Duffy, and I feel that more Venice and we managed a "For every dollar we spendon ) suit childhood pranks co,lj...
Surely the+ voters of this state have more Winston Churchill rightfully aid a Americans should be concerned supper) together. Then the churches we spend $12,- for in a Personal Liability M,
about advanced off that Red Cross CI 000 crime, you. Tad no chance li
what goes on in politics enemy ; sIn on
intelligence than some of the political long time "Democracy is the worst
ago our experienced staff
and other areas of goy field too. "Our nation has 7 million assay
bombast aimed at them would lead one form of government ever devised by men ernment. But wishes to you Our French Capita In. Robert Swimming$ Is alcoholics and 3li million the Personal Liability policy p

to b.li..... except all ethen." and yours, Freddie." Franc of Duffy's Escadrille problem dnnkers. nd.
Promises have been made that tsies Respecting Freddie's wishes Spad 79, had a bunch, fine Being Organized "Combine all our churches,
It's still true today and it does give we may not quote the Gover brave bunch, of pilots in his synagogues and temple and
would be wiped out without saying from choic Sc all nor's letter, but we may say chasse-reconnalssance squadron Mrs. Ross Durant of 418 Ma- they are outnumbered by our
by means rciM
a *>*
whir" the necessary substitute money you that it was well! written in ex but mostly they were hon Drive, Red Cross swim. taverns by 178,000! ; .
would be forthcoming. Some charges have your democratic right and vote next Tuesday planation of 'just what the wounded old boys from the ming instructor, announces she "Combine all the money we .
for the candidate consider best outles and limitations of a Texas ground fighting that had killed is now taking registrations for spend on religion, education,
been just as reckless; on. candidate was you
governor's powers are as some two million men of free Red Cross swimming medicine and automobiles -
accused of starting I race riot in his city qualified for the particular job. fixed by law. He has nothing to France by that time, classes for children over 10 and the money we give to
do with the appeal) of a case, Duffy's observer-photograph- years of age, to begin the sec. gambler. I. greater than all
which may be appealed all the er-machme gunner Sous.Lt. ond week in June
way to the Supreme Court of Marcel Thibon, riding! in the The semi-weekly class will
Ii A Word For Powdered the U. S, Nor does he have any open cockpit back of the pilot, continue until September, EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
Eggs discretionary pardon power un. had only one good arm to Mrs Durant has 'just returned
I less recommended to him by a swing the twin Lewis machine from a safety service clinic EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
parole board. It was a very gun and work the long range in water safety, sponsoredby
l'' If you were overseas in World War II report on the health hazards of the habit. good letter, and we as well as camera His left arm had been the Tampa Red Cross Chap. TRADITIONALLet

you will long remember that slide from Gis in the United Kingdom were luckier Freddie are surprised that shattered by shrapnel 1 In the ter, at Camp Keystone on Lake M style your favorite vase
actual, combat thece were two other horrors then those In other war theatsr They such a busy man under such trenches. Yet his right arm Crescent, Lutz Fla. held in or ceramic Into b..utifull.mps.
strain could devote time to the sprayed enough fire to get us conjunction with the fiftieth an. .
of war Thes were powdered eggs could caw Chtlseas for bartering purposes writing of it home on tough occasion., nlversary of Water Safety Services e Risking a Retry/inj/
and Chelsea cigarettes.No with the British who were accustomed Since commissioners! politics somehow S All Lamp Repair

matter how you tried to doctor to a cigarette called Wills' Golds and law were all mentioned So our Capitalne Franc Clinic clashes are taught by Work by Experienced Designers and
above, it makes us think of thought that he might get Red Cross field representativesto
them the eggs still tilted lik. they'd which were [just as obnoiious as Ch.lsas.Ch the present trend to show disrespect another U. S. pilot replacementfor systemize teaching procedures Craftsmen
betn left on the nest too long. Chelsea .lsas eventually ware replaced with for the law in little infractions at least one of our boys in Red Cross classes The
cigarette tatted and sm.ll.dlike the popular American brands but powder. as well .. in the shot down. Rightly he knew, course last week covered boatIng THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
great we all knew the Germans canoeing, surf
ones. boarding
straw from the bottom of the nest. ed And 204< N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA FLORIDA
tame eggs newt changed. cam ,
you It would seem that every one knew, that the U.S. had plenty and life-saving and water safe
:q Powdered eggs remained a staple of home swearing you'd gag at the tight must have read in the papers) well trained pilots and nary a ty.
the oversees fighting man's diet until of a another batch of powdered eggs. recently a repetition of the decent plane to fly. All the U.Shad .
j war's end. The bad taste alleviated Wall take all back warning that it is illegal to were the "flaming coffins"
was it
.gg you can now
tack anything to public utility mentioned in the General Bally Find Moreofwbatyou
somewhat by mixing the concoction Somebody has com up with powdered poles along the highways or Mitchell Show

a 4 and leaving it to stand overnight. Then eggs in omelet form which taste just like elsewhere Common sense Repeated) requests from
4 pert morning making an omelet of it with the real thing. They come in different backs up the admonition from French to U. S. Aviation having
) the light and telephone companies failed, our tough little Cap-
heavy application of strong seasons, varieties ham, mushroom, cheese that posters nailed to italne Franc tried cutting the came for. ..stay through May I IriiiiiA
1) bacon drippings, cheese, or some such to with all the Ingredients dthydrattd.' their poles present an accident red tape. He gave' orders to

'till the taste.Chtlseas The lady of our house threw together hazard to their linemen. These this ex-everythmg Duffy to go Florida greener..Slim are bluer Ulan Uy
brave ironson American to make
men use climbing get an flyer
i finally disappeared from the a ham omelet over the weekend and when these poles to keep us in two in our squadron, or more have a right to ba. And there's mar -ing and
J PX when" the howls of GIs reached crs- we congratulated her on its cllnce electricity or communicationday as we got killed and could use doing and luring...all jonrs t* the taking.

tend proportions. Before they were removed she confessed the whole! thing cam. out and night no matter what more. Tts fish ran lu'gger.Tb golf greens an smoother.
/ storm is blowing Under orders, French Army The sun is Wght and the night are gayer. (And
it Is possible the awful things of a boi off the supermarket shelf.
It Is therefore a bit of a Air, Duffy flew a single seater lOOOIIIDIOdationl easiec on the pockstbooU
converted more inveterate smokers into Nest thing you \know somebody'!! make shock to see two placards nailed 220 Hispano Spad down to are
non-smokers than the recent government, TV dinners edible. to the Florida Power 4 Tours Base a place full of ; BUy and sea.Ltngli.,t'Iq.Bnjor an tbs **.
Light Company's pole, at the eager U. S. well-trained pilots .Q Boridian know the year rondVT*> knows?.-
corner of our street and Placlda waiting to go to the front. It 0' yon night stay forever! u -
Road urging us to "VOTE was a dry run that nearly lost }
FOR RYDER" for renomlna- a pilot to the guard house.Compare _

I The Democratic-GOP Gap .
R.APra. aUSAI PasaeaA

Sarasota County is the only county in Republicans. This represents an increase !

Florida, and perhaps th. only on. In the of 461,200 eligible voters since the 1960

Deep' South, with more Republican than election.
Democratic voters* registered. Although Democrat out-registered Republicans Get the best car rental deal fromUMNOGAR

A compilation by Secretary of Stat 320,775 to 130,893 In the four-

Tom Adams show that as of April 4 year period sine 1960, the GOP per.

there were 20,012 registered Republicans ctntag increase has been much higher. ; AarF
In the county against (17,769 Democrats The Republican gain over 1960 wa* 49.2 the only difference is the low price

t or a majority of 2.241. pr cent, the Democrat increase was 21.6

Elsewhere in the state Democrat have per cent Offers you MORE Costs you LESS

I a runaway majority, .cpt in Pincllas Dad County (Miami) again led Individual
( County (St. Petersburg) Pm.llas has a counties in registered voters with FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%

f total of 103,154 registered Democrats and 429,064 of all political stripes, more than Delivery Credit' cards honored

94,442 Republicans twice that of any other county. Pine II.. Safety Seat.Belts hour, day,

: LaFayttt County I U the one with the retained second place with" 202,192 voter Gas Oil, Insurance week or month

fewest Republicans. It has 1,887 Democrats *
just two Republicans.Of torn day will ba a two-party state, but Drive our New

the stat'* total of 2,224,626 voters, the Republican have a long, long way automatic shift $ 9 9 Lr'a'

1,802,230 are Democrats and 396,885 are to go yet.

Also, other fine ;'. :..-.::e".

"."* sow .. a \
; Write Your Congressman at slightly higher rates. 9

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1\\ On. of thil country's cherished tradit- ate Offic. Building; and Rap. James A. RENT n
A CAR DIAL 488-1096 : ., '
I ; ions I Si the right of every citizen to writ Haley, Room 1205, Longworth House Of. : .

I ij hit representative in Congress e prest> fc! Building Washington. GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER ,, _____

I ; t tug! hit opinion on Issues facing the nation When you write to members of your

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i: ,\ Your members of Congress ar*: Sna public Interest The GONDOLIER would CALL US FOR SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES; SUMMER

for Spcssard Holland Room 421, Sen. welcome a copy for publication. It would RENTALS OR LONG TERM AUTO LEASING.

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under the rules can win prizes as follows: E 0. Box 746 ::
The entering from Southern E.
person Sarasota County
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cures the largest vote total by any or all of the methods = Gentlemen.1 I want to fake advantage of your SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION S;
THE GONDOLIER published In this announcement will l be awarded the NEW E 3 YEARS OFFER to SAVE MONEY. :
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0 $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 25,000 VOTES ::!
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Contract Bridge Club Sends I From Beatles To Sauare Hair? I Norman Magee Jr. Graduates I

I Charity Game Donations To By VIVIAN BROWNAP
quer, And they are sick of teased Magna Cum Laude At FSU
Newsfeatures Wdlter "
hairdoes anyway, she says.
National League's Program NEW YORK (AP) The use 3 In Australia, hairdresser Had 3.76 AverageFor
of square curls as well as new Gordon Hall, former Olympic
Cerebral hairdos to hasten track star is putting on a stop-
The United Paleyocietiea and Mr and Mr. Mark the obeoles- B. S, DegreeIn
and the American 17015 point. Evera, ence of beatle mops and teased teasmg-the-halr campaign. The
will receive $50 coiffures were the results will be better hair, but
Society East and among
sneer result of a Charity bridge Mrs. C. West winners were: problems considered recently > at F more than that, he says, it Physics
*!i a E. Bryant and Nor. by hairdressers Ara'yAx will weed out those who have
Friday night, B V mand K. Patton from aU areas Norman Mage Jr., son of
fame 202 H: second, of the globe. been "coasting on teased hair."
of the
president Mr. Mr and Mm Norman Mageeof
and Mrs
"andley Stinnett
Contract Bridge Club has Sarasota 194, of The stylists were attracted "We are going into a creative Casey Key, was graduated t ."
le anounced. of Toronto Bernard Freedman here by the International age of hair design when magna cum laude from Florida '. ':
f ? game, held as part of .w. B. Prior Canada, and Beauty show and a meeting of -. hairdos will be simple, demanding State University in Tallahassee ,. : ,
,f J'The American Contract BridgeItWft't tied. for fourth were place third, 105*, Intercoiffure, a worldwide association the "best artistry from on April 18. ...... ..... <
were Mrs of hairdressers hairdressers, he points out \
charity program, wasne Alex Magee received bachelorof .
Ryland and a YW"
Mrs Zoe At the Intercoiffure Hall's hairdos short at apt
of the many held l over the Hatcher of Sarasota show, 4a "e i are Science degree in physic. ; I IIfil.
and Mr Vidal the
Sassoon of London feat j.i nape from 5 to 7 incheson
the The
.mintry during year. and Mrs Mark Evers with ured He was graduated with a 3.76
105 and
square curls guaranteed top forward toward the
National '
for the Bridge points scholastic
):oallet I to look well on round oval or face They are designed for a average. :
Lociatlon's charity
games I After a summer vacation, he
eggshaped heads practical life he
He favors says
of mil- ----
'1 u year i i. a quarter a cutting hair, rather than setting I Scissors In SpinsEdward will attend University of Wisconsin rl'

on dollars Gary Gorenflo it, and his hair cut la acclaimed BASSOON'S SQUARE CURLS SASSOON SLEEK LOOK of Madrid that this fall where he will
For the first time a rubber for its sleek, wonder. says teach while working on his
section was held in con. Spanish girls too are wearing master's degree.
ridge with tM duplicate ful the line sides, short In back, longeron and more teen-agers In th e 17- Mrs Morris gentlewoman hair short, although there are Mr and Mrs. Magee were I

'lame, ,. Mrs. Herschel Harrison WinsCubScout year-old group beginning to cut has a short nape line, hair still a few girls who keep tra present at the graduation ex .
the winner in that section. I At the Slick Sanity want to look like little ladies. is 4 inches long at the sides, ditional Castillian long hair. ercises. NORMAN MAGEE JR. I
/Winners In the duplicateme I International Beauty They start wearing the beatle the crown is about I inches dos They like soft curls at the
North and South, Kite show, another London hair cut at about aged 13 and are long with softly waved curls at nape of the neck But hair is
were: DerbyGrand dresser
Blair and Dan Adele Morris, was known as Mods," she explains. the face. likely to be 8 to 9 Inches on
Barbara cancerned with overtaking Mods set fashions for their "We are really trying to de top, longer than that shown in
194 second
owe, of Sarasota, winner in the Seattle-mania, by means of set I
and Miss kite. a They've been wearing mop feat the home hairdresser short hairdos from other countries t
,'rt. J. J. flying contest staged by Cub "gentlewoman's haircut" hairdos, lots of eye makeup, Women: are ruining their hair he says.France's .
I iJiel: Morison third, 182;and there fourth was Scout Pack 122 of Venice-Nokomis "It's gradually catching on and no lipstick I by 'teasing' it and using lac. Antoine Salvator
tie for Methodist Church Sun. goes along pretty much with I ,
aces between C. B. Long and day was Gary Gorenflo of the short longer sides i ia irA
Den ,
11'jam Buckley of Sarasota, I I
4. Program For Summer Slimming hair movement But heir on top
The fourteen entrants all is likely to be worn flat, perhaps

Mothers HonoredAt made their own kites. They Are you one of the many legs, knees, thighs. Lie down Check teeth, cell your dentist the with a little fringe around
gathered with parents, rela. women and girls who have and roll from side to fide to and this is tile week to buy face
"The hair is brushed
TeaMothers lives and friends at 1 pm. at come home the past week from massage hips Touch your right some little thing for your ward.
from forehead
the side
Sunday on one ,
Mission Valley for a picnic and shopping, to find out that somehow hand to left toea and left handto robe.It .
but this hairdo is
the really
kite arrang.ed
smartas right toes from
don't look as standing
you may make a new girl out to suit the who
Venice person wears
of Hospital Other winners were: you thought you did? position, keeping your legs pate be saly M(...o.s,c..vas. f..dI
of you. Or so you'll think. it, he explains.
will be honorrl
tandy Stripers Den 1: Hank Stephen, first, The change from dark to straight. It is excellent for
at a tea Sunday at 3 p.m. atte David Haucke, second, Rich. light clothing and the thinner waist, hips, thighs. -

Venice Hospital dining ard Barone and Benny Bear, fabrics reveal all the large and Tuesday Eat lightly Ex- I
rem. third Mrs Florence Stephens tiny grooming and diet sins ercise and concentrate on your I
Mrs Harold Smith Is In i* den mother. that have crept in this winter legs and toes, the most neg-
t'-arje and her co-chairman is Den 3: Archie Evelt, first: and hidden under the more lected beauty areas In winter.

k'In)iplsey, Ann and Heath Mrs. Mrs Ruth. Walter Smith Freddie Boatner and Scotty covered-up look from which, Clean your legs of fuzz witha WAIl-- ,
Brown, second, Ely Schless, thank goodness, we are emerging razor or whatever Rub oil on 1
111 assist Goeffrey Mallett and Mike with the at-last arrival of on legs from toes to thighs. Be. ,d.Ale (h/l l II W Iv1Ollf1' .slr l..e

Purpose of the event gpon- Haucke, third, Grant Thornton, warm weather. sides the light, airy feeling, i ntterM Cftrrtlar' I
>red by the Hospital Auxili17 honorable mention Mrs Jean Take heart Here Is a alx-day the routine may catch on andyou'll Mama UP
Volunteers, If to acquaint Thornton Is den mother. .""*, .bud
should be
that prepared for
(t girls' mothers with the Vol. Den 4: Tommy Taylor, first, beauty regimen_ and those who will and shorts when the spring time i UM fair M,
t'teer program and to enable David Stulgls, second Mrs give you .
comes. burmn.
this summer
tern to meet the HAV memo Shirley Schless and Mrs, Dean be looking at you .an ...
.Jen with whom the girls work Stulgis are den mothers. a big lift Cut toe nails straight acl'08l. .l or 4.000
curricular gently[ the tapering
Give up all extra crosscut. 'isTHE. t"" ( 1
activity from Monday to Sat Avoid rounding corners, pro tn,. n> !
urday and concentrate on improving moting ingrown toenails .. rwmr"
THE KEY TO in the galmordepartment Wednesday Eat lightly now :'e
SORRY FRIENDS, THAT I yourself .. 1 :!
Exercise. Oil your feet and

if Concentrate on your arms
diet. Stick to liquids
TO ASK YOUR SUPPORT. light, and give up frustration and hands. Give yourself a professional -
of manicure with
foods. (These are
I qualified and .
am your o per- the Munch and Punch polish Soak your
bags hands, scrub your nails, push
fenced Republican Candidate for bles candy, sweet, pastry drinks). back> the cuticle Use an em-
orr board to shorten them.
SUPERVISORof Single out your most' annoy Rub oil from fingertips to
ing figure fault. Today and shoulders in large
every day for five days, exer- strokes If arms are too sweeping hairy DODGE BOYS
else to get rid of It. Lie down remove hair. Rub oil across
REGISTRATIONDeputy and cycle in the air to help I shoulders and
neck to
up chin.

Supervisor for 4 years -VYC Bridge Lunch face Thursday Oily skin- may Examine be helped your offer the warranty' that made! history!

will mad monthly visits to with soap and water; dry skin

our South, County branch Set For Tuesday needs oil.Continue. -
light diet. Be

Will able for have those voting who machine wish to avail.familiarize Mrs Fred Mrs.Barr, Burton Mrs Mark W tables include. Exercise.green Continue leafy vege-sureto oil

themselves with the ma. Gillen Bartlett and of Cape Haze will be treatment Give yourself on legs an and eyebrow arms. !5-YEAR 50,000 MilE
MARY J. ORR chine or ask questions. Club hostesses noon at the bridge Venice luncheon test Remove straggly hairs between -.
eyebrows and those under
at the

VOTE! MARY ORB IN '64 Progressive will be played.Reservations bridge.and foursomes round the keep arch eyebrows If your as face longa Is

line as possible and tweeze
should be made so
Bartlett they are lifted at a slight an PROTECTION e
Mrs. J
YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE WOULD BE by should Sunday.be called for Cape Haze gle at the sides
Upline If
and Mrs. Barr and your you me
lipstick favor
will take Venice generous
Mrs. mouth but
keep It dainty.
.. ... ...... area reservationsThe Curve it bit
Pall PeIItIotoI A. M fraM W. On C. r T. hostesses should also be I just a little more
than your own lipline permits
notified of cancellations but don't get your mouth off I

:._ r J II_ balance. Experiment until you
get the right line for your ,

mouth. Young girls should use
VOTE MAY 5th r light lipstick, rather than dark 1FD
Friday Experiment witha
new hairdo, keeping certain
JOHN B. acts in mind.If LET
butterball don't
you ,
wear hair in all-round fuzzl- GE ,NE4Yr ,}W SI1RETRYTo
ness. It should be close to the C__Y
JOHNSONYy head in soft waves If you are TMK F _Y
tall and thin, don't wear your MATCH THAT!
hair piled up on top. It will
look better in a neat arrange-
ment that falls gracefully below -
the ears.Saturday .
you .
couldn't do for yourself may
require professional help; a
SHERIFFLever new hairstyle, professional ad. Every one of the exciting 1964 Dependables from Dodge !Is backed by this amazing

vice on eyebrows or manicure. warranty! Dodge 440-the hixury car in the low-price field Dodge Dart-the first

family size compact. Dodge 880-the big car for the big car man. See them all

17-D at your Dodge Boy's now! He's got the styles you want, at the price you want and

he's making deals that have to be seen to be believed! Talk to your Dodge Boys today!







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Venice Fla ti: I, I
915 S. Tamlaml! Trail \

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. 'Florida Products Week' FeaturedUnder NEW Get Birth Data For This Fall

The State Board of Health A child can miss an entire
has urged parent who have I year of school unless a birth R..rI.ct
proclamation of Gov NEIGHBORST children starting to school this certificate la obtained in I
Farris Bryant, AprU 27-May 2 fall to obtain certified copies time." FRANK
is being observed as "Florida GONDOLIER welcomes of the birth certificates im Application! form may be obtained I
Products Week" to accent the these new neighbor mediately.At from a county health SCHAUB I
fact that the state's residents te Booth Sarasota County the same time Everett department but a letter will be
are enjoying more nutritious H. Williams Jr., director of the adequate if it contains all the tong
Mr aDd Mrs. H. C. Mam,
and varied meals at lower cost board's Bureau of Vital Statistics essential information. STATE
319 Malaluka North Port ATTORNEY y
than before. cautioned
ever that hospital
from Kentucky Application must Include the
For the fourth straight year Mr. and Mn. Edward Mo- birth certificates by schooli.are not OHlcal accepted full name of the child, the full

f the "Dixie Products Spring i it ran MS Shnmock, North birth certifications issued name of the father; full MAID.
Festival" is being marked y7 I of the mother the
by c Port Charlotte, from New by the Bureau of Vital Stalls EN name ;
abundant displays of homegrown York tics and health day, month year, city and I 1 1e
products at the 831 j Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Clan- departments some Williams county also advised county of birth; whether the
Winn Dixie supermarketsthroughout child is male or female and
train, Ul Harbison Art., against waiting! too longto
the South the child's The original
North Port Charlotte, from obtain a birth certification race
In his proclamation Gov birth I certificate number
Smithfield, Lonr Inland Fie said "Although we are processing
Bryant said: should be included if possible.
Mr. and Mrs. La Verne about 300 birth certifications
f Florida agriculture i a n dFlorida Beck, 17* Jeffery, North Port a day right now, we can If the child was born In
produce are making a Charlotte, retired from U a. give[ fast service. Later, during another state, the certificate
vast contribution to the state' w Air Force any last minute rush by must be obtained from that 4Iiivv

economic well being and van, Mr. and Mrs Reno Peru, parents, service will be slower. state.GREEN'S .
t Americans are enjoying more
SIS Pan American Bird,
nutritious and more varied t. North Port Charlotte, from
meals at a lower real cost ret ps New ler.e,. 1 FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION 1
tive to wages than ever before -
Mr and Mrs WUIard TUT- _
see, ton Sooth Tamlaml d
Florida one of the world', '4 Trail, Myakka Trailer Park Member Chamber of Commerce)
most productive agricultural ...E from New Jersey DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE

areas known growing to almost and every. : Mr. and Mrs. Blase deCease Heating and Air Conditioning FRANK SCHAUB
crop man yielding {21 Demlnf, North A Sand Term
< great varieties of vegetables Port Charlotte from Fenasylrania. Heating & Air Conditioning Installations Yo
many types: of citrus, STATE
tropical! fruits and berries. TITTLES" FROM THE SOUTH Today's kind in Dixie' history Most Southern governors Gas Ranges Wafer Heaters ATTORNfl
self-sufficient South is high-lighted by the have issued proclamations in Free Eitimatet -
"Its citrus production leads connection f P aId Pol. .
A large healthy valnut Adv. br mi .. ,,
tree -..
the world, producing 70 percent 'Dixie Products Spring Festival" being observed with the event urging greater product No Job Too Big or Too Small
of the world's grapefruit, in 631 Winn-Dixie supermarkets, in- tion and consumption of home-grown products "may:wholesale yield veneer worth $20,000 263 So Trail, Venice Ph. 488-2271)
20 per cent of the world's or. cluding those in the local area. Southern produce Above, a typical supermarket, its bins
anges, more than 90 per cent of staples and meats are included in the piled high with produce from Dixie. -- ----- -
the world's orange concentrate, all-out promotion the most extensive of its -
and 80 per cent of the world

production total"Florida processed i is of first snap citrus in beans the products winter tomatoes A.plays Citing D,in Davis the the ,South's part president Winn-Dixie economy said Grove City Protests More Carrier air conditioning is sold l than any other make

cabbage, sweet corn that his company paid $65.329-
cucumbers egg plant, green 220 in salaries last year Other
peppers, radishes watermelons fIgures were: occupancy costs
and second in celery] produced $13,122,405, local taxes (not in- Mobile Park SiteGROVE
for the fresh market. doting social security) $2,892.-
406, advertising expenses $6-
dairymen average a :
higher milk production per cow 97,879. and utilities expense, CITY-At the regular tion of the Federation of Charlotte
than the producers of the other $6,183,901 all totaling $93,- meeting of the Grove City County Civic Associations
13 Southern states Our 25,811. Assn. held Wednesday night a to have a delegation of their
many other agricultural Industries The actual scope of the protest was raised against establishment members "sit in" at the budget
produced quality products tores's, operation, however, is of a mobile home meeting. It was pointed out
for shipment throughout all shown in the figures on the area on the plot east of State that while the budget preparation
comers of America and to foreign food handling during the Road 775 and south of Florida is the responsibility of the
countries." course of one year. A total of Avenue In Grove City It was I commission, they are dealing < B
the concensus of the meeting with tax and the
Most of the other Southern ,544904000, pounds of grace- payers money
that the area should be zoned civic associations should be
Governors have issued similarproclamations rice and I.252,772.000 pounds of
I residential. A letter of .
perishables were sold in 1963. protestwas represented.
I sent to the zoning board President Padovano, chairman
The "Dixie Products SpringFestival" I,
Past President Charles Yalereported
and waterways
of the roads
is helping emphasize Nearly a fifth of the U S. that "alow] down" committee reported progress
the fact that Floridians are population one year and over had
signs for boaters been on the project of reconditioning
beef moved between April 1961 and
eating more produce
the mouth of
erected at each Grove City roads, and
pork, poultry and dairy products April 1962, according to the Grove City canal. slated that action had been
than ever before. Census Bureau.Ufi' .
Following a comprehensive started toward repairing the
discussion relative to the recorded surface of the plaza at the
building restrictions asset shopping center
; ;'fJff'
: forth in the Grove City Padovano expressed his appreciation
property deeds it was reported for the large turnout .
there have been several viola. of members at the meet
Curry's Barber Shop yIn lions of the restrictions and an ing and the enthusiasm manifest CARRIER ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS HAVE EVERYTHINGlooks
I appeal was made to Grove City in the welfare of Grove
1 f'A property owners to consult City and these features
New Location & their deeds and comply with quiet operation, quality :

Beginning Tuesday, May 5 y of the their restrictions neighbors in the and interest Grove r Pageant 1 EVEN TEMPERATURES and economical operation 6 CLEANER AIR hotness a Hair passes through

at TA City's welfare. Beauty assured by Carrier1 large bulb-type Carrier' oversized, permanent, washable filter.

A letter to the Charlotte thermostat properly! positioned by the factory.It .
613 E. VENICE AYE. County Zoning Board, requesting At Cape CoralCAPE keeps on-of cycling at a minimum. 7 LONQ LIFE "WEATHER ARMOR CASINO

i! Air Conditioned fA that the Grove City re Every' Carrier cabinet Is constructed of special
MORRIS strictions, as now recorded, be CORAL The "Miss 2 QUIET OPERATION with extra-large volume
CURRY Owner steel which is four times more resistant to corrosion
I incorporated in the zoning Florida World" contest pre produced by Carriers special fan design of
than ordinary steel Another example
cede. lude to Miss USA and Miss
The membership deplored World beauty pageants, will be 3 LOW OPERATING COST with maximum coo1the quality built Into Carrier units I IM

; /, the action of the county commiasioners held at this Gulf Coast community log delivered by oversize, staggered coils.

denying the applica- June 11-21, for the sec.and 4
) NO HOT SPOTS with Carrier's sdentmcafly vhrhehna+..rersoaagaaawmrrnwrear
conseaitive .
year designed 4-way air deflectors to MMM M a OMior foam Mr ConWM*
Entries are now' being a*, 'r KM ITO/kr, wen "d ""O** haws If th ttk 1M
cepted by Miss Gayle Carton, 5 HICK SKID FOR RAPID COOUftQ d hotrooms E __.. >MIMA C 1Mc UM DMto. *,

contest director, 227 Miracle LOW SPEED for normal opeci4feeotti ::act ="'..:.:::'.=..wca rows snip"W

Still Mile Coral Gables Girls between providing proper humidity control tae h.nas n.ae'seaeac eu Awma5 '
good as gold 17-27 are eligible to enter

by writing to Miss Carson

; before the May 15 deadline A wide selection-all with Carrier's exclusive
come resale winner
time. Lanita Kent, 1963 ,
will crown the new Miss Florida
World during ceremonies at styling-craftsmanship and performance

the Cape Coral Yacht and Racquet -A
Club An all-expense paid

JTi'd like to make a solid point about this warranty.rt'$ transferableif trip the Miss to Detroit USA ,spectacle Aug. 22-29 will for be --

you trade before it runs out. Still gives the next Chrysler owner Included among gifts awaiting
the 1964 winner

100 protection on the vital moving parts of his Chrysler Still pays Judging will be based on ii iiii

every cent for any needed labor Pays every cent for any needed part beauty sonality.: poise Entrants, charm will and compete per.

for the balance of the 5 years or 50,000 miles This meant you in both evening gown and
bathing suit divisions Gulf
get a big bundle for your car when you trade. Nice confident American Land Corporation Pot t fcedroomi, nurwies, smell dent For (Iras bodreame messes tin For asinine Hving rooms busy tnofX
and olflCM-tho compact ReadyIMng I room and oMcM-tlw Sc.ptr end oltlcoa-the .Imperial' (lag gwn
feeling isn't it? Read the details developer of Cape Coral, will .
on Chrytler't warranty coverage 1y the winner to the Miss USA Mo*** (ell DHiitnUdV ln UU Ityourtelf (to .NlwtnMV.. BMUtlM Myttnf. tnto4k\ Throe eapicltle 1WfM
below. It'i worth In a "wink" Capacltyi 6000 "with" bl| cooMrtf powr-fram 6600 ind 14,000 BTU. A Iptdll
to Want to talk about it? contest in Detroit.
money you. I BTU. Only 11 J/W Owp,:22* wide. to 1WOO BTU And sly VT seep .centrifugal'fan wppliti ample! I"1poww
The Miss World tram rent to backl l volume" air
Beauty Pageant For quality cooDnf at a tiadfctpricethe to direct the large
I will be. held in London, CavoHtr. Four model ran eeheths emgaa. "low' spar atrMM to esea the ,Heomart. JOl.
England Nov 5-12 E\IerytfIinc about the .Im34dssa .
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,. <:i warranty coverage: Chrysler Corporation confidently/ warrants/ /of the following/ t2t 9'

4 } which time any such parts that prove defective In material and workmanship/ will be t Iw;. :
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(l Intake manifold, water pump transmission/ case and Internal parts(excepting manual

Y j clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal/ Joints, rear axle and differential/ and l 1t t 205 Base Ave. L, One Block North of the Air Base
rear wheel bearings. REQUIRED MAINTENANCE The following/ maintenance services ,
: /are required under the warranty-change engine/ oil every 3 months or 4fOO miles, i iI t3t

I 4. 4E1} whichever comes first; replace oil finer every second oil change; e.tan carburetor air I Ir' t.3t. Y ANDERSON INC.

v 'Ip I filter every S months and,replace every two years;and every months furnish evidence tat L.
(I of this required service to a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer and request tat r .
I i tt E1=1 him to certify/ receipt/ of such evidence and your car's mileage. Simple w 488-1746
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I N P C Club NotesBy Top Records Bridge Scores I NPC Personals

NOKTH-HOUTH 5'M.. lltadle. April M. I 5...

MARGUERITE PETERSON 1.-aa Harry Lawraae* and Mr* 0.H. Mrs. Ethel Hadley on Free- est Fischer and their daughter
Compiled by "n* Sears, Bryant. 114.1Me. .
May t has been designated They were Mrs Frances Abrams Auxiliary met ta a special and M... Mark Eon. 50t4. mont Street has as her house. Mrs. William Burke, and 1 Mr'
I-Mrr. J. I. Cnnenll .nd Myron and Mrs Richard
as Loyalty Day by the Veterans Mrs. Albert Goll and meeting Thursday evening at Gilbert Youth Service, Inc. &ha st.ld, 70.PAST.WR5T guest Mrs. Florence Goldup AJi

of World War I and this is Mrs. Genevieve Rodman Englewood Mr Bob Canfieldwas field from Frankfort, Ind are returning to their home fa
John Paul and that have become Pennsylvania this
the when all chairman and Bingo names .. I. I.NIon. -- week.
day Americans The next scheduled meeting appointed I -M. R. N. auuld and M.
as familiar to us as our own have the top six songs "..... "Happy Birthday dear Karo- --
ue to the American Mr. Wilfred Churchill vice.
fly of the Auxiliary will be on in the nation this week. One of their new releases, "Do You 1_M... Jam. 0. K.I.. .n. Mtoo le out as the children Mr. and Mrs.
flag K do not have chairman of the Coast Guard'aSearch 75. rang Wilfrej
you a flag 1 Jawnap
Tuesday May 12 at 1 :30 p.m. ney
Want To Know Secret its first the watch Churchill from
be and Rescue squadron a making appearance on 1Hnh Rt.a.n and Ahnr 1'.1. 01.55Wn gathered around to Detroit, Much
one purchased from ,
either may Frank Rodman Paul at the Community Center for North Port Charlotte survey, has rocketed Into the number three spot, preceded by III.d' April 51. 1151 p... Karo'e' Kissel blow out the seven when he came for a three a.1;

Palmeter or All members are urged to attend "Can't Buy My Love," number two, and "Twist And Shout," NORTK.ROtT'MI candles on her cake last visit They had an enjoyable

this meeting. -- top-selling song in the nation Hopes of taking first place are I 1M... J. H Mnrrto and M... 1. I Friday afternoon Korole 1 Is the deep sea fishing trip while

Commander Frank Rodman -o- Ladies of the South County just about gone for such grear artists as Louis Armstrong Neelon.*. ,T I OS A'.,.Paratt and Dr R. T. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carl was here and caught quite he.

and Mr. Albert; Coll service! Squeals and laughter were Epiphany Guild will hold a with "Hello Dolly" (number seven). The Dave Clark Five r.1Wit"\\c': .,, BUS Kissel on Merril Street. Terry few mackerel and other
officer for the veteran in this order of the evening last White Elephant Sale Saturday with t.I. I. V: Pltlma and Ura.Clara Donald is fist,,
the "Glad All Over" (number eight!! ), and Terry Stafford Carieon, IP* Lynn Cuthbertson also cele- with the Gelman II\
area, will attend a luncheon today Saturday night when the from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. In frontof with "Suspicion" (number nine). Serendipity is defined as brated her ninth birthday on strument Co in Ann Arbor\
in Venice at which time of North Port Charlotte the Warm Mineral Springs fortune and this has foundit TAST WEST daughter Mich. and
youngsters finding unexpected good group sure I Mlei Lory Joiirnaay and 101... Harry April 20 Terry is the came to Florida to
Mr. Jack Wallace Sarasota!' \ all piled on a large! flat old restaurant building with their recordings of "Crooked Little Man" holding ....."., 101"%. of the Rev and Mrs. address a group of scientistl

service officer will give his report bottom trailer loaded with hay Members of the board of directors down 12th place t-Moon Bernard. N.Freeman nil CM. Vlnemt Charles Cuthbertson on South at Cape Kennedy, After the ad.

I In turn Mr. Goll will convey for a fun.filled hay ride and Mrs Elizabeth I-W. Pr/ne/ ..... la, T.tea. M'4." Pan American Boulevard dress he was taken on
!It the information to the Bar. through the streets of the city. Peterson president will be in New Additions: Bobby Bland tells us there "Ain't Nothing w...... CI.b. Aprtl U. I ,... -0- of the Cape a tour

racks In North Port Charlotteat Lee Scoutmaster was You Can Do," and takes number 17. Also new are Marvin Port
Oldham charge Women will be on handto NORTH-SOUTH Many residents of North -0-
I their next meeting on Thursday charge Gaye' "You're A Wonderful One" and Vic Dana's new arrangement I-II. Carte Harrlene ..... COT. U HMilter for their Mrs. Edith
in receive any articles donatedfor are making plans Rustsy from 1 1.
Fi afternoon, May 7 at 2 p.mat -o- the sale] and things can be of that old, but beautiful, "Shangrl-La." ,Relmer 11414lH.rrr ana J. K Rill, IMSI summer exodus back to the den N. J.. is her for a iluwith !

1 the Community Center. Splash parties games and left at the building on both Pick Hit: It looks like three in a row for the Four Seasons -
P+ Commander Rodman aim announced fun in general are in vogue at April 30 and May 1 from 2 to with their newest "Ronnie," 4-Mra. C. E. Bryant and Lee EaM. this week are Mr, and Mrs. Joseph H. Bell

that a sennet officer the Teen Club when they meeton I 4 p.m. 1s Simon Alexander, on Mem!

will be stopping here once each Friday evenings at the Center -0- This Last Two Weeks eD FAST: .WEPT Street who returned to Vineland -

month to take care of the Come on out and join in l-Mr ...d Mr* n..... Sins l ,
Southeast Presbytery wit) Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List Bernard FrOTdrnaa and W. Prior
needs of veterans and their the activities and make new na returned home to Baltimore

wi"etO. The date will be announced friends convene next Tuesday at the 1-M4 t. R. Kimball and 101... Harry after prolonged winter vacation
Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian Lawrenca, ITty. Meet
t SetThe
later.Further -0All Church in Lakeland Fla Dr t 3 3 "Twist and Shout' Beatles . S 4-Alonao Pain' and Roy r Mulr. M'i. here with her friend Mrs.

B, plans win be madeat North Port Charlotte resIdenta Terrance Peterson pastor! of 2 8 "Can't Buy My Love" Beatles 2 -Mm a."........m.Stadle Relllry April and 14.Mra I p.mI T. VMulhera. Harry Brown on South Biscayne

this meeting for the special who are members of the the First Presbyterian Churchin 3 "DB You Want To KnowASecretBeatles 15 4. Drive Kansas-Missouri Florida
Memorial Day services which University Club and would be 1 -Mn. U M. G.._ and T. Mfha Club will hold its next !
North Port Charlotte, will . . . .... ... meeting
will be held in both North Port interested in getting a local attend this meeting of all the 4 1 1 "She Loves You" Beatles .. ... 11 1-11I. M. ........ 'ad M... L Sohoehdlaaa Mr. and Mrs Walter Earneston at the Port Charlotte Civic CM.

and Port Charlotte : club started here can met Evangelical! Presb y t e r i a n 5 2 1 "I Want To Hold Your n. East Safford Terrace entertained ter at 8:30: p.m. Next Wednn!

-0- I with the group next Wednesday Churches including the Carolinas Hand" Beatles . . . .. 12 Venice. Contract Bridie CTia, a number of friends des
Mm Mabel Hale wits appointed evening May 8 at 7:30: at the Georgia and Florida. 6 4 2 "Please Please Me' Beatlt's .. 7 April It rae p... with a farewell dinner at their The "speaker will be Col

chairman of the Hospital Community Center. Many have 7 II 5 "Hello Dolly" Louis Armstrong 7 home last Monday evening. Floyd Pfeiffer director of Port
Two of the Church Circles NORTHItOU'MIIM.
and Welfare Committee I expressed their desire to haven 8 10 10 "Glad All Over" B.m. RAIL and Du Those enjoying the delicious Charlotte University He will
after the resignation of Mrs club here the facilities meet the first week in May Hens .... food Mr and Mrs ErnIf deliver a humorous talk
since Dave Clark Five . .... .... IIII I-MiM Blh.1 Mort.a and Ma I. J.Nara titled
Circle No 1 of the Womenof "The Worm In
Evelyn Palmeter at the April are inadequate to take care of 15 16 "Susplcion" Terry Stafford. .. 4 155. The Apple of
meeting earlier this month the crowd now meeting in Port the Church will meet Tues 10 11 11 "Shoop Shoop Song (It's In I-4-C. B. Inns and W. RIk.tq. 170%. grandmother Is still goodat Retirement" Any member or
Mrs Beatrice Schmelke. president Charlotte.Mrs. day May 5 at the home of I-4-Mr. and M., Nat Evan, 77045. it, ask her to crochet some guest who desires trantnorti.
His Kiss S
I ) Betty Everett ..
announced that three new Dorothy Schueler will Mrs. Alfred Kalsey, 2111 Herbl- 11 12 12 'The Way You Do The Things FAST. .WBST I of those ruffly antimacassarsfor lion please call either M E
members joined the son Ave at 2 p.m. 1-M... a E. Bryant and N J[. P.tion I your necklines The crisp Streckenfinger In Port
be in charge You Do" Temptations ... .. 5 tog'4lMr white Is in likeit Ch r.
-- Circle No. 2 will meet on 12 18 18 'Crooked Little Man" and Mn fvb Stl.n.." 114I wavy collar lotte (NA 8-5370) or Claude E
-W. Prior and Bernard Freedmaa.ISIS. hasn't been since Kitty Foy. Kean in North
The Pittsburgh Club dance Wednesday! May 6 at 2 p.m. SerendIpity Singers! . . ...... 3 Port Charlotte
at the home of Mrs Spencer ..1-i and Mr. R. V. Handler. 111 le .26.1650)) and a driver will
lat Saturday night! at the Community 13 I. 15 'Stay" Four Seasons! ... .. . 4 Mr Yves St Laurent favors the cal
4- -Mrn. Banns Krland and .So* for you at home
Avenue in your
Center drew an attend. Riley, Durango/ It 18 17 "Needles and Pms' Searchers 3 Hatcher. mBrldae school Each
girl (collar a stiff turtleneck member
ance of 62 Fifteen of the group! Warm Mineral Springs Mrs 15 17 19 "Think" Brenda Lee . . S I puerile." April II. I p.fa. with draw urged to bring i
1-Col Vlncont FMxon and BernardPnednmn thing a orespective member
Marge Topping will be the 16 7 7 or a
"My Heart Belongs! To
were guests and enjoyed the (1 around the But
string edge friend
with him.
hostess at this meeting. ..... Carter H Harriao and Gel L.H .
cards and Only You" Bobby Vinton .. 5 -
dancing, group singing
Miller. MU. the most favored are white hits A covered dish dinner will
Door went to Mrs. Circles No. 3 and No. 4 will 17 "Ain't Nothing You Can Do" be
prices l-Artm and Mn. R. C. Ream, II.101. .. of meringue which dip low featured Please
Alberts and Mr D. Talottl The meet the following week The Bobby Bland . . .. 1 4- ... Van ... Carur and M... JanM bring your
towards the waist showing off
oytqN 0. Sd.h 10. own covered dish and place
next dance will be on Saturday i executive board of the Wom 18 "You're A Wonderful One' tans to great advantage. itt-

May 16 at 7'30 p.m. en's Association met last Tuesday Marvin Gave . . . 1 final. ef Satarday. A,...,._ Pasta ting

Sixteen members gatheredfor morning at the home of 19 20 'Roll Over BeethoV'Pn" Beatles 2 t-c..l. Vlnrent Dlion, 04550.

their president Mrs. Ed Frank 20 "Shangrl.La"-Vie Dana . 1 I-Ca,, L H. MIIIr. 525,56.5Ma. .
a card party April 16th at ..... Venice
J. Go Ralr. 507.00 Area Church
and the officers discontinue
the home of Mr and Mrs. Alfred voted to I I Directory I IPiT.

Kelsey! on Herbison Ave the Circle meetings : l I II

Last Thursday theY met at the during the summer months S&L
uu l tuaury home of Mr and Mrs Walter and meet again in September. I '''''",AN11'T.1'': rnsoofAt; CATHOLIC

Nee piAL.CETBabe's : Earnest on East Safford Terrace The executive board will continue CHURCH rmTRCH OP THE r ANT
to meet usual to take (Old. GOO Sal,.. Moat. Monk Harbor Drfra/ and = .
Members are urged to attend as Hits Russ JORDAN Tun W. .. LI.hom. Telephone. SM
these meetings and bring care of any business that must a.... Per, Go Modoon Vi.ar Ra ROT. M>... Oeonra W. Ctmem
be transacted in the meantime Rind.. $?+.I.... eil sta.H.Ie Prim
your friends Your Democratic CandidateFOR / C-m.n.. .. 5,5 sod Sod ......... .. Mar,., (twins .......101
The next regular meeting of The four Circles are planning ; 7:10: L" 1 AI LL 11.11 ...
Plumbing Co the Greater Pittsburgh Club a church picnic for all the could VENICE ASSEMBLY Or GOD OooflOoOl s........ II 1:61.
<< members and friends of the mortgage 1 STATEREPRESENTATIVE Venlm Rr.War at Myrti, Area** era and "II rM p...
488-2402 488-5282 will be on Thursday, May 7 at ings and Ke>. Victor. Maurlo. Faak
church. This will be held on ... ...
Radio T'30 p.m. at the Center. rtuaoar 10:M L'". NORTH PORT CBABLOTT1
Equipped Truclti June 5 and will be a covered Florida Moraine Konhlp 11,00| a.a>.
t P. -0. March Fventnc &en...... 1 00 B m.Vledneidar. CHURCHES
"-- 454, NoltomU Members of the Const Guard dish dinner at 5 p.m loans PRIMARY MAY 5 Parr Matins ...* p... FIRST PRK8BYTERIAN CHTJBaCommaalty

-oA (Paid Polltloal AdTortlanmntt CeatarMr
In Temnoa J. ....--. MSunday ._
Sunday School Seminarwill --- ------ VENICE-NOKOMH: METHODIST ....
,- I 11 to* Wonhla oernie.
be held at the First Baptist William Palm Arena 4 CHURCH Pol........ Church on North Biscavne vice Loula Jonej. PaatorWorabl .1Uo AdaM aerrh.
ANNOUNCEMENTWe Savings & I amass Lao and
a.ak M
Drive this afternoon at 2:30: TIUNTT'f
ed the MEtHODIST anndGomnanlv
with the Rev. Fred Barlow /Teh" aehai, p Y a.MNhodlr CenterArra

from the Regular Baptist Press closed YrN re1M.hla. 5:0: a. A. ..-. U,aietei.

leading the discussion on the March in 1963. (d j 1r EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday tiU. a.m. .,.Wonhip Sanaa.
proper use of materials and 100 a. Tamlant' Trail ........
We Are Now methods of building the Sunday As of Puts Tha Rav Ch..... L RowChunh EPISCOPAL MISSION
School. (ill a.m. At Scout Howe
School Mr. Barlow will quarter Worship i 1:11 any and It,II a.av Fee Mat.,.. Vnrndar .
In Our NewBuilding also be the guest speaker at closed by tltt B-ra. Wonh* Sanaa

the 7 p.m. service tonight at LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH .
4 ml. South oa U 8. 41 FIRST BAPTI8T CHURCH
l ,. the church. ed to $ + DM Her Melon, a M-rer. 48tMWorahlp .
( .... 1C Blarama Bld.Ts
Benkw. It tin
The Rev Charles Cuthbertson .... Char_ K. CaHibanM
the same Sindar ......... 'U a.ak
pastor of the church announced Bbla, Ctaaen t:II a.m. MhTbmBoadar .
in 1963 I t,41 a-m, Rode hrwlIlt0ta.m
their church is still in Wonhip Semai
first place in the organization's Loan 1 FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST Pita a.*. Tonne Ptoplitrttpm .
Sunday School State Contest loans. a (0* Wait Venloa AvajM* Ooinid SerrlraTtOt
A. with nine other churches They V..... waWaW., p, a. Mal_ fraCHURCH >
EXPERIENCED MECHANICS Sundae --. II aa.Sojrt.r r ... .
won the trophy last year and School, II ....
are working very hard to retain The Wool........ I p m.Readine .
ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT IGNITION PARTS TO TUNE it for another year. A contestIs the Room I It LIB. to 4 p.at defy or THE MAZA1EN1
YOUR ENGINE : I for naps Sunday* and aoHdaya and Sri Boat VanlxJ
going on in the local churchand use day morn from T to t. ..t Baat .* Janctloa 41 aW Til
the Green Team is leading nedy a M. bd..... MiatatarPoonat
Mrs Charles Henry is School, 1:10: am.Mornlai .
Captain of the Green Team. launch Corner of Field and Darla.Re w W.p. II M ....
powered *. Milel/ DePajftar.Wonhip Yoolh ......... .,M p.
The Youth are also workingfor ADVH.THTNO Soaks, 5:5., .... F>w.la. Benton t.M ..,
All Work GuaranteedB a free week vacation at ing 5.500 Sunday Reboot In: .... WadnieJay Prayer 11_'." 1t r.
move Wonhip' ganrtea llttt
Camp Florida In Tampa, which M T. P, lito: ..
will be held the last week of Blbla Stu
July and first week of August. -PAYING BESSIEI! or VENICB; GARDKNSItut
AUTO REPAIR Members of the church heard Pooono Tn.." H OIL eaat ., ." MNokomii. The ROT Frank J. Shearer, r.It"ad. .*
the Rev Terry Armstrong Fla.Paitor .. School. .:fI a.ra

629 E. VENICE AVE. speak at the evening service : of each month paying bills. rVrrlcot Saturday. liaorca t I'It. Casts a.m. It.41.Prayer ComnanHy Moraine Wonhlpl Hymnrtnel II rM,:aav Ie P.ft. ...

488.3502' last Sunday night The Rev. [you."i Checking Account: at Sarasota Bervieeit' f tit Tueaday .....,n..

two children are missionary VENICE-NOKOMIS: PRESBYTERIAN OF ENOUtWOODRt.

appointees to South America. ., she could sit down, write Iflnbteri CHURCH term. A. Bo.UaI4t __ Main Om W. Calll'"

___._ .___ The Rlatto, VentaaTelephone Parlorffundar
L.. ,. to so safe to a.Krt.
easy Man art
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When ..n ., School! 1:41: a.m. Con/eulona. lief.... Mara
I Wo..hlp Seder S.nda" IM ..,
an ,..lIowohl. Halls 11 a._ C....... ....
COUNTSELECT moved at our handy office this AND REFORM"Tfca

the lowest in this area and SAINT MARK EPISCOPAL: CHURCH a... E. Robert I CbabH rVH.lerrlee. .

jured with and RI..... at SorrentoDw Ylsute 'WvaW.
1 your name account ROT Do... Dean Patteran, .alterSunday belli held a4ss b :. s
ther Oardea. Reareatlaa aMe
Sar>Kef >--
-such .SO a.m. Holy mrminloa a. aond.ea'
ltd a-m. family/ Wonhip. Meralaf .. ::;ao .ftJo ._ f..
ing a Prayer Bel iiiuntil ... reed tha .dale .t"' : 5:0
'1 ROBERT "BOB" ZINN as .... Adult Bible Stud, aW at Recraatlor. CentOT Adatt Mn'l"a.m.
Oldest Bank" sad
let Church School. at .koma at Oar N Kmond
f Hit* .... Moraine. Prayer Mel H. Knlrht. Wt ShamnceVentee
I or police FLORIDA &n...... Cardena. -

Tanlanl TranTh. ..
S. ...
Speeding R. Lord rr4ands ruTB, Rl.h.rd PSunday
Man With 4 Years' School. t4e La.Worwh.p .
Experience As Your gas Servloa. 11 tot a.ra.Tralnlni School. Loa.a.e.50; .
Avoid U._ t,SO p.., Sunday mains IdP. ,:M '*
DEPUTY CLERK l L& goal.,,. gervloe 1:It p.Wdnad. m. Prayer and BCbl. (
stop .. Praver Meeting. titt .....
Don't : : : :: I W.r..rri.rrtOT.. I*:I* L" .-

for with I DlKlpla.' of Chrl.t
Maronla Temple. Eatt Venice AmraaPaator
QUALIFIED rd :'nte The.... O. M. Peary 6AsObso Saait I ProfRands
I Sund.y School. t.ll. a.ta.Wonhip &hnoh 1,41 a. ...
Best II ... ,.raw d Wonhir, 11,50 _


PROMOTE BILL Why A : ? m.Y DlfKlNSOV rn Dal F


put ALl FLOWpItt
to tion. TOURISTS

.1 needs FORD BUSINESS/ARE OURBI66EST es g r '

il Clerk of The Circuit Court can most / ,


: ON MAY 5thPaid 1 1I com property you p

( Political Adeertieemenf tl) court against 0

against .. ". .
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; THURS. APRIL 3O i'li"oday I ooWrW; l In'ItocKng'MAGAZINES, In .
,*, 'i Z 'thru SAT. MAY 9 '

:. r: ONE SALE .',1

e for Sharp, MIL I I REXALL
REXAlL 1CltarPhotos \ O.
1s I I' REX FILM f MAGNESIA 100"'r.la T.bl.tI. "
r I Plain or Mint Flavor
(0.4I4,354)) 1 pN71):
tj) 4 c
Sifts 620,120,127 J2 01. Reg. 63c (
".g.I9.: Li :1
(1.751'( '') '
Ij) L n
_ZrOr ,50 ,
& fcrJ!} C IOOrtB.t 4/N_2 for ..60KD.261)
M '00 t...Aea.6F.... 2 for 1.20'DOD
.55Z'or3i2cKUNIO UI-
eStablet 1000 v. 1.
Rig. .. ... 2 for 1.40
(( )ReI.59c_.2 for.6D ...1" 1.19.--
a ,,. lDOO,.........u._. 2 for 1.60

ptoas ? MoA


., i$1 i i

Nylon Brldl.-Rep.49c, ,11 SHAVECREAM aAns AS PI R I N210r50 r'

ji'" rw r FastPalnReliet!
;; ; Sgrainlablets! .

Ae'r6 c 5. 1ot $ + AEG 69clarg. I L

2.r 71t
II OI.-lItg. I V

9,C 118tr Tahiets,Rea.15e..?..??.,,,,2 for.16 STOCKINGSby

2 for r' ,' lji sr r SofrtahletsRra.43c...? ...,,,.,,,.2 for.44 f t unsex
,QymflW ruraes ,. .
Beiutiful 1 stretch" nylons' tint t Ids ve
i n N r ,,, raIetaReg.aitrenph9c..2 for.90 support riiievi, let t. win:

? I Rich 01, lavender, whisker or.wilting Fed,.Shave lather,Regular in choice or i f 11 11 Irr.upNr.r .__nr se Re t E Ir,3c.children's. ...Aspirin?_?,., 2 for.36 4 seimt.;;t Mimics Milt or White.

Mentholated (WJU7.li 44 M GI 1i i r j ? / .. so Rea 1Ye-0c,ass chddren'I,? ,??,_Aspirin?,,,,,,,, .2 for.40 $4 J:1): ) for 4 96

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CiiJI;? "' # -


! CAN quality, soft, absorbentBox 2pc. aluminum
' GAS 40 hoar spring
Featuring '.. .
400' Choice of colors poie.s
J lately, gr : w.,?'. .U-TJ TVndles. w, wound clock 711 11' '
x 6 ribs. Cotton
+? Self venting poly I b, r
Pei- Quiet! Plastic ;
'lest for pic-: ".. .' r. .' .. i'' spout. Heavy 3 FOR It rayon
nits. boatlngi ., t' ., l'..'. gauge metal can. use Ivory 9 : t umbrella.Facial .
etc.C 't ,'. ',. it In !1 .. _
28 Qt. :,; ;., : 79c
1,9 ... : : 77 1.97 s 5.99


CHARCOAL 11 With Foot PIlip I Pillow
GRILL Ribbed hOle with brassuplings. LAWN SPRINKLER
Full-sized with pillow
LIGHTER Uncondit
Chrome plated to give extra com:
grid with han SAFEI! fort at the beach, ,.' tonally guaranteed. Adjustable. Waters
etc.-o' areas up to 1800 sq.elevatingmeci
dles. Crank ODORLESS! 3/8 inch
feet. Guaranteed!

an lm. Folding Chromalox.Made by 50 FTe 1

legs 99'VENICE 3.79 : '

6.88 Z.99 .

1 ,


/ "' 2 for the price of Iisttl PIr


Kills l contacted terms I In
Amber color, "wake up"
mouth and throat,sweetens breath.

Pint a'
for ---- -
Rop.89t r 11


OcMn lo) r ,

O'N > .,, iptcy' Kltli contacted odor-cml""ermL :
Ruby.re" Soapiest ikta cleanser, intlseptle trough for
CEN w r a surgeoq mild enough far 1 baby rri
wM PInt 2 80 C I Gold.n MIST I GOLDEN
-- for doe 2 Lilac
SAl R.g.79C 1. 6O
?(eH\ Re J7.Sf.S9 for I 8 I COLOGNE wix COLOGN
r' -. I
r 'I ,
ONf : ''( J \ E 0 R A L 1 Enchanting flower.laden fragrance, 2 oz.aerosol. cM A fragrance fresh n Spring gok
CEN f" Nif I FLU I REXALL MEDICATED s A wear any Ume 2Ya


mouthwash, bratk deodorizer, gugis i LOTION Req. use for Rp' $2.00
ONE I 1-- c" refreshing mouth membranes.S (IIgN d3sq
+ cA' ,Ingredient to soothe
Ii for hospltaltype, skin treatment' et hornet
GfNl : -
I :W- GremlUL G Iden

SM S IE! .-, 80 Rep:,'d., 2 for 10 C. :.;:,,,,2 for 99cr t "' DUSTING Golden tla|

"-' t r- Q ytaLl"

s I i For 01.after bath frifrinct pleasure Fine quality soap, Barf ty!,

1y at.IKA0r1021.( ..._....__.,,_OINTMENT_ 2 D 98c EYE LOTION 2 farZo1 Rep,
ONE 0 Sge PETROLEUM JELLY T53 Rexall tyelo I oz (/KD380)D ( )---_ 2 for 99 R.,. $1.00 ;TSD ZboXeall
White. Rexall SSe FOOT POWDER (lC1I-3314)( (xceeus)
1.lb./1f/ IKO/.33J./ ) .... 2 -

SCENT:SAlE o 0 75c Rel"vtSlte 110" MINERAL HISTACALMA",nll"dburnln.60r.0 OIL LOTION (KMi<' .(73))_ Ijr r T.n.90 D Rexal M Rtilll (HYGIENIC 6 4 oKD 01.((KO 699)156)LIQUID)). _2'rt.OO 2 'fer 56 ;::::::::::::: I'1"w "4

RexallhlrololPint, (//(0.5Z6)( ) ,,, D 1 1.19 HYGIENIC POWDER
; 2
? for
.76 _..
ONE 1.49 Recall :. (1KD43I) .2
o BURN SPRAY ----- -- fcr 1 1.20 Sweet
CENT Rex Saline, So:. (K0600)) .- 2 }tor I D 1,19 1 INSECT REPELLENT 0 1.50 SPRING LILY COLOGNE pCMJ3/6)( ) 'n lovely 5
01,39 UDICAINE SUPPOSITORIES UO Rexall aerosol, S oz. (KD 919)) 2 for 1 1.20 4or. (KCN.mOI 2f.rt,51 f r

SA lE Rm.J, IZ' IKO 827), ------ -.2 for 1.40 0 for 169 fUNGI REX AEROSOL. D 2.50 SPRING LILY MIST COLOGNE BEAUTY T 0
.. Athlete'sroot. 4 oz. ([KD ) 3cz. Aerosol (KCN3112)( ) ....2 for 2.51 -

CENT REXAtL ALCO-REX e s ,. 4Y or. (KCN.3ml) 2 fOI 2.01 ::. .
r -
I Frarant iftar bath oil S Ss3rh,
REXALL GREASELESSIS 01.50 SPRING LILY SOAP a ::_;t' sklnnell', ldrynesL7oz.lI'l:
SAlE RUBBING I Box of 4 cakes IKCN/( 3114)) 2 boxes 1.51 -

t,,!, ai CO FUNGI I R EX D 1 1.25 CARA NOME SOAP : RerS2.OD 2 Z
ONE ALCOHOLInvlsoratlnj With Lanolin box of 3 ekes (OCNSOU..2< ) boxes 1.26 t for I

; c body rob Combats fungus Infection, 6 0:. (/KP( -618))) 2 for 1.20
SALE l Prnf F- 0 1.19 SEQUOIA PINE BATH OIL Rot. (KP.3188)) .._._..,-+',
2for 9C Hi oz 6 oz. (KP.615)) 2 for 1.20 *
Rep. S9f 2 O (9e BRiTt N GROOM
I''ONE omat>, I Reg 9Bc: for 99 c b 1 1.50 MARASCHINO LONG LINE LIPSTICKS tloner-HalrdressIni) in et(KP.1153_J 1
Olo sesv IKCN.3461.661( ) 2 for 1.51
D no RICKETS 1.19 TRIPLE CJ 250 LIYEN.OXIDE Xexall oz, (KP-3187))- .......,._.... '
usALE l f 15 ACTION COUGH SYRUP Relill 6% 20 Vol ,Parotldl
Troches or 822)D( ) f Adult'i 4 Bfc(IKD-4111) 2 f" ,1,20 for hair felaachinf,4 ((. {(KCN.279))_ 2 f or..26 [O:J >9e HAIR TONIC
D 35e BORIC 98c TRIPLE Vita, Cream, Conditioner,
ONE Rexall 1 ci (KD. ) 36 fMi.1l or.. (KIH7gi.ACTION,_COUGH SYRUP,_ 2 f R.ull40r. (KP.3210,3216,3213)) .._. _.1'I
IV. r .99
Rexall 1001' (O KD< .824)). ...2 lor .80 Rent 2-or.tuba (KD 835)) _, 2fCr .60 ;, COLOGNE RsxaNDtluealeLINP32191( ) ..---t'
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>, 1 11&.11':0-8501. ': 2for 1.30 O 49s enll PEROXIDE regular u phellO1I&.1J.tm/ ,44_2 for 60 a i 11 G E LEE !Lavender Brushllll.lItIt. ,
C t01pxiZ148.1'
ONE DIURETIC PIUS t Mentholated t ,
Rea. 60'1 O ---- 2 I8c PRE SHAVE LOTION
-- 96 73c .
-- O J WITCH 1
CENT D 290 HAZEL 4 Illy or Twif In{ t new, non splash, cooling "
ASPIREX COUGH DROPS Reran pint (O KO< -3665)) co OI"L Lavender or Fedl Shave 5 oL Vt-iZS 41)).-., ;,
., QD.Z501( ........ f for ,74
SAlE 2 "J O 55C EPSOM I f-? [O:J 198 BAY RUM
\ SALT v 2 oz.
Rexaltl!!JIb.(KU( h'
-10551_2 56 R.,. $7.2s Recall Pint! (KP3248))- -i'.
"Il,,> .
{" !1I.'oW-. 2 1.2'6
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.x.1l10r.KP.1198)( ) ... .. ,
CE (l.ilo,,50.2054))

SA F --: --

2/J 1.51
.CEt 3v..o.JarIKCN.3160)( ) 01'

; 404- Jar (KCN )
: MEN AND 'SBILLFOLDS ;I 2.00 NIGHT Sge BABY POWDER, Rexall E lib. (/KN908)( ) _2 for .90 )

ON 2-o: Jar(KCN ) B9c COTTON BALLS Rexall Stenli 130' (KN-48)) 2 for .70 W
I 2.50 Baby Oil, lotion m SI+N
45e COTTON SQUARES Recall 8O'sKN44)2(/( ) for.46 10 oz,
: ,...... tat Jar(KCN ) 39c QUIK.SWABS Ktg tit

.SQL l Wallets tot men Wallets, ...m too 3144)D Recall SI"I.IOD'lOr, Double.Tip 54'i IKN-42,47)).2 f"r .40
French or Clutch purse for -. 4 or. Bottle KCN( ) 9 9CE
...ONI women. L 1 i 00 SKIN [:J 4ge BABY PANTS Bloomer Style! (KN( -622-5)) _2 for .50 2 for
{' : .
Reg $2.98 lq 4 or Bottle (KCN- tKn ezq
CEti' ,,,. 1 1.25 FACIAL -
4 02. Bottle (KCN. )

.;. At. 2 for 2.99 SAVINGS ON EVERYDAY WM


: CENT i l'' 1 1.95 MOTHPROOFERRexall AIR I VICTORIA 0 2Sc HAIR NETS 2fe |
SAlE 10 ot. Aerosol ( ) for 1.96 REXALL COMBINATION H.InCor".IIKB.I062,751( )..,...
s"j .r
r 0 Victor, Red or ) for 3.60 M1a 7e REFRESHERBanishes ..
SYRINGE REG r9c 10 fS 00
ONE (0 3.89 FOUNTAIN, LjintmMJra Ye1"w odors In kitchen, bath + '*,,;. MANICUR'E 1 1w
a r" IMPLEMENT5JClipi.lcljiora
CENT Victoria Red or ( ) for 3.90 eMm" room, sickroom. ll-ox. Aarosol yam Use as hot water bottle or tyrlnje .
G S9c DENTAL 362)2 4 yr. guarantee Red or white, Flies, Twiuirt Nlpiwra, I"1' gar
Rexall Deluxe (KB 25)) for ,70 eaKO l IIHUI.17))
SALE D 29c DENTAL = 3 Reg. 9Bc 2 for 99CKa :'17.14'59 Z for 4.60 2 FOR THE PRICE/ OF I 1-PLUS Ie
) Rexall 30 yds. (KB ) for .30 ( 27)) ( seo, u
D 79c -
Recall 100 yds (KB. ) 0 71
CENT for .80 r REXALL SHOWER 3V4! ell.. ( ..........._ ,

REG. 25c 10 69c COMBS CAP
ONE Aluminum, or Hi'd *ubt>tr. T...,., CtMnr.' Prtulnf Kittail i Kills household pestii roaches,flies, EVERY DEPaB1MEl1A
Pocktt lobby. ae( -1747, 90, tree 463, 11111 "I' flan,divert.Tat Aerosol Bouffant plastic apt with pretty BARGAINS IN
CENT floral designs Shirred edges I(

1 P x 4' SALE "'-::.-- : :; R.g. aTe 2 for $8cIKa1os0) Rep. $7.00 Z for 1eol

Ij' ;xt ONE' 25c Rubber BOBBY.Tipped.PINS.Black or Bronze, 601 (KB.1905, 6)). 2 for ..26D fI O 79c Giant BOUFFANT Size (/KB( .2305)O SHOWER) CAP 1j j
39c BOBBY PINS.flAME Men's and Ladies' i
'00: I CENT Rubber.Tipped Back or Bronze, 1001' (K8194S,7).2) f for .40 LIGHTER I 69'nSWPM' ___1 I' l
1 Crepe Aviator I (KB( 215)O )
; m Qj Per medge. Double Edge 501 (KX134))_2 for .99 ![ FLUID I HAIR BRUSHES 98c SWIM CAPRubber. I. IDe ci
'I O 49c RAZOR BLADES : .YuiausStylesWhite,colors. IK8.Z310IU
Club ind 'ladies' O
d'j ONE Permedge. DE 20'a or SE18 a (KX.805, 61) _2 for .50 ---i. Lights quietly burns clean Soz styles Professional
j 9 IlL
V J r_ E9c RAZOR BLADES DISPENSER spout can O 30e GAUZE BANDAGE ___lei f''
"I CENT: .,. .. R.nIlZ-IIOJds.KW-2Z0ZJ( )__ l//
Rex 20> KX( 323)) .. -- 2 for .70
1' I r 79c RAZOR BLADES DISPENSER R.g. 49c 2 ( 50c luau) Ktg. $1 r.oo 2 for I a OJ>' 0 J 98c AEROSOL MERTHIOL.ATom.___1/I'; ISI
SIB*l or
Ir; / E Rex Deluxe 151 (KX 330' _, 2 f for .80 (! Basalt ahlmerosil ) ( )


f r y ; ,ONE, ONE CENT ',ONE CENT "* ONE' CENT ONE .CENT ONECli1w.ASeeteswel [

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I COLOR CAR A NOME i,I PANOV I T E ,YIT MULTI/,,,Mi, VltMINIO M PaDOYite. .e. requirements Multlvltamin tablets, vitamins contain t wish more set minimums than minimum. daily vitamin I'


1 12 nituul.looking shades 'tiJ ,( WITH l00'S
ants! 2
e Reg. $ZH98 fer 2 99
1113 Rep 2 for '.26 MULTIPLE MINERALS ....,,, ,,

,i VITAMINS Help prevent vitamin and mineral
deficiencies "

nxAtiAFTERSHAVELOTION b l loo's Reg. $4,95 Paso REXAlL PANOVI j

lavender or Red!.Shave 5 o:. wl 1 Panovite CHEW
'; N/0.nNr.eyHM YITIMN.n 2 4 VIi Muun MNe_ Multivitamins for
1 ,. fOr ... adults or children Fresh
60 for, r..na 8 ,,, delicious to chew. sweet flavor;

laraoal : : 430'sr ") '"
r for .&0 LJ

n 198 BEEF, WINE I I'"UlL
CHEWABLE Tonic, Rexall pint (KD-472))..N.2 for 1.99 I ONE GENT ONE CENT-ONI T

0 Rexill,250 Tablets(KV.939))...,.,,......,.,.......2 for 1.40 I
No needed. \ Rexall, 100Tablets (KV715)) ....._......_ZTOM.4U!
l" Just chew and enJoy suit
** \ Delicious citrus flavor 100 mg. M 219 MULTI-VITAMIN TONIC
:_ Rexall. pint (IKV.10)n ) .._...-w 2 II*(,,((2.20.2fji2.60 ;
IR.J.JJI? 2 for 3. fortified Rexall 100 Cipsules (KHC.130)) .._ CENTS SPECiAltfWCElW I t I t I

VITAMIN C (Ascorbic Add) Rfxoll SAlEj t

'- P 45c SIZE 25trg 1001 (KCT.533))....-..._- 2 for .46 BOXEDSTATIONERY QUEEN SIZELAP I
3 77C SIZE 50mg. 1DD'a (IKCT.S49)) ..._..............?..2 for .78 _
1"' CENT
p 119 SIZE 100.mg. 100s (KCT.584)) .._.._........2 for 1.20 6E p1E ,
: .
o 2.53 SIZE 2S0.mR,100'a: (IKCT-6561.) .__......2 for 2.54 ...... ::,,? SALE 55 Good envelopes quality,paper. 115 sheets and tde t'v TRAY
elfE., FJ479 SIZE 500.mj. 1001 (KCT.725)),_._.._ 2 for 4.80 .. ONE 'r i Giant triy with bras>*
;; lusts finish folding
'- Thlomint Hydrochloride) R.x.ll '- legs, Cholco of
; pettemt ,a e
n 74c SIZE REXALL Just ,
; .75 SHE
i for Rfe01l
\ 10 |. 1001(KCT.m).-, -

MALL o 1 25IHJ SIZE; 'IKCT-6S9)( )- ....- ----- 2 for 1.46 GER-RITE i oNE -PIECE

n 2,25 SIZE 2 for 2,26 CENT 0 writ w"it; REX DINNERWARE
MUTE SO-mR.100'tNCT( .658)n ) .....- TONIC I r t
3 98 SIZE 2 for 3.99 liquid thcrapeutle formula i gp / p : N -H FLASHBULBS SET
icy ttrmula for 1 Iron 100-milOOlKCT614)(< )...... .----- for Iron deficiency. Idea f r yb
Conti ns Impor- I Y I' Coclr'O the Walk
t'f ns 19 SIZE dittirjf luppllmlnl.o
,mil ementi.' W 2S0.me.l00's (KC1.1411_-._2 for B.20 12 or.Rig. oN E I t se Sleeves of 12. MZ, M23, No. 5, No. 58, AC 1, AS IB. r Underglaied, ovenproof

3 robltfili hull $2.79 CENT o
;. $4 79 VITAMIN E-12
rj UO SIZE S meg.Tablets 100'(KCT-752)) -2 for 1.21 SATE From 89* for ,.. es> t
IKCT.7301-2 for er"'I"
GentTablatc100c1! ( )
for g 230 SIZE '
( ) ., 2 tot 4.86p ONE'
Q 46S SIZE 25 mcR.Tebtels1009HC1.1311.! o
795 SIZE 50mc|.Tablets 100 s(KCT 765))


j ?ONE Contoun JW use with ..,. klaneeNened radio with leather
A ,CE Ii 1111 ComfortiblilONLY kept Nonsaf' cis*. eariheni, battery, tarry strap
14p/r07q AN far


KBOXED w' krr ? PLAYING ad NE ?

Qn LoditV Whit* Molded
4 A Ei r Attractiv Modern
Flair: Rippletone, Decklette Speed nes CARDS BATH SCALE -. SWIM CAPS
Arrnail, PaMel Tints. Park Royal', while H'
Bridge Poker or Pmochli decks, )NE i': IR Aviator styl le with choice of molded
.Beauty Town .
Club or Cameo fine quality, Ion d wearing :',' ,1 ', White, pink, yellow, blue or be(e. Minl! w dengns. Or strapless, shined rubket
r 'deddiL '

'0i"a for A 'r,. 4. 88 rtAm
R 11. for +>sv en >



;, ,., ; DRYER Strong, llghtwetihtopiqui b
,:. oNE Brass couplings plastic hose 5 yr..Z 99
Hindsome ilmulated red .
.elfi'it Cholco of Sparkle, Renoir White / Birthday( Wedding Shower, juvenile SENT: guarantee
,,,,. Beauty, Flash With envelo p es. '' ,,, 'i' or Baby, or All Occasion designs. ti../ llrrd carrylnf case Large
!1 rt flowered bonnet J position
i ..1 py 1, AIE twitch. 40* air hose.S .

S KM s oo 2 for '. 01 .-.r;, s for, d ONE Whisper quiet w'es SEAMLESSCELLOPHANE

d / CENT ., ,,

vIR1A oU MonyTifltsHH"xl1"COLORING' ISAIE \NNMM,NIi ".99 b, NYLONS

{ ONE ,
i Seamless mesh to
Yij make her lovelier
BOOKS Umll, Pint(TO 75)) .49 ti?y legs even
Cascade roll In dispenser.S "' +', ISAlf n (5c QUIK BANDS True.Skin, Plain 40's or nesh, ? The litest,spring ind'summer '
i t. s 4 ', for BrlRht cols covert to color Meny, ellnctive plcturec Plain or Mercirochrome,451(nWJleb! al,31D11.) ..,. .44 f fashion shades Buy by the r

I for r : ;, ONE Q 149 SURGICAL 6AUZEI ,f s t box znd ague!
2 Rep, yds.Rexell Sterile(TW.22l1D .... 99
40 C :'v 9r for 30
Rep,1 Pe an ISilE Q70COUIKPADSS*Sterile Ciuze Sqtiirti,2Tl TW221Z( ). ,r. ..49.19 3pr.., ..... Hp
_R Q 25c INK TABLETS Elite linen Note or letter ONE 2"Stlrl11 Gnus Squares. 12'l (TW2222)). ,..?.?...- .
2 for .40 Size or Envelopes, 22s' tKS( .520,
'tiu" REFILL I 0 10c ENVELOPES I CENT Reiall, 1 01(TW2256)) .15 Cloth Lined.Small,Med.large a*.171))_ .99
( """""""""-2 for .50 1
rl l KS'11971 for 11 SALE: IImll,4 01.(TW.Z2581) .44 fits, all fauctts M.766)) ________.,,...... 69
OR """"' -2 f for 1 1.99 n
33)PG RIBBON) "" "2 for .40 .KM26)2( ) for ,18 ONE Reiall,large Sill (TW].sal) 2.19 n Electrex AA,C, D mesas( ,48,all) J f fI for ,50 1 '
I '"I I lonKS223.4)( )..,.,,,,,_,,.2 for ,26 ( ) for ,50 ReRular,40s.._......,..-. .83 a (0X2151))- 77 u, !' I IJ
Belmont Oeluxi, Flock lined (TX.151)). .69 .29



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for the price of j i
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L411 ; 1; w, I _





or 69c"Cool'Ro Ball"Blue" 2for70 Unfcif! ; in filall! >, E
'' Cream Deodorant REG. 39c
I 1 "" Aerosol SSc'CoolBlui"Roll on or Deodorant Roth Spray for I, ; 2 for 40' LE
ONE ., : s'( ) Cr ONE
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KCN 9142))
ON 9 C I GuNaN7 .M Unbreakable Plastic Bottlestiffib NE8oz.

REG. 98c L forRUBBING REG. 79c A for COc ENT

C CREAM RC= Bor.OD( 476)Rer,69c) 2for, j n



Your favorites atIc
Sale Savings! ,
Eack to iidminit '
0 stalis G. 98c each/ for 99c NE
(Kf3200.1204,3207.1191)) THE STORE I
f 50 0c/i

Re ill Protect your woolens, CRYSTAL {r ENl
pound( Z
SA REXALL P OLYMULS ION polymulsion"Iwlli wlr, k fored AL

ol r; / sire' blink "
; nturniddnsj.iir 2i (
mul(KS1609 10,11,13,31.82)).
SAL tasting citrus flavor Pint ALE lf
ON 2 for 3 90 1.00 WATCHBAND oNE
3.89 1
polymulsionilW ,.-2 101
CEN lor
.. I....0l "lq:.. 1.50 Men''tsdies'Explosion CENT
: .. .
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