Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00168
 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: January 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: UF00079934:00168
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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I Models Shown.' Street Extension Given Green Light;

In 64 Exhibition City Moves To Acquire Beach Strip

BJ PEGGY BOGERT 1 the popular-price building field
e may be built oft three years ago when the first
: ;i. wood or metal, Parade of Homes took place in I -
rI -1': ) of modem, one of this area, He is president of By W EARL ACMANN I frequency transmitting beaconat Dr. John R. Hogan for further $880.26 in uncollected taxes due
r tiaditionals or even this year's undertaking City Council gave a big boostto the airport at a cost up to study. to exemptions granted by the
;'I, in the sky" with plas- The Martinique extension of Harbor Drive $950: This is known as a "hom- Council also passed a resolution county tax assessor after the
; e you must remem- Mayer has named his all- Tuesday night when it authoriz. ing beacon" and is used in vacating a 20-foot alley city tax roll had been processed

'IL.J.t"hat. Jlthat; no house is any bet-. electric Medallion\ Home "The ; ed Mayor Smyth D. Brohard guiding aircraft into the air through Venice Hospital property He was also authorized to I
-.1 the sum of all its Martinique." The charming :2- to take the necessary steps to in exchange for another add $59.93 taxes assessed to

? (tn the style, the material, bedroom, 2-bath house has such acquire a 1010-foot strip of port.The council also approvedthe alleyway being deeded to the Seaboard Airline Railway
or : and the workman- special attractions as a French beach frontage between the expenditure of $1650 for city. The action was necessaryto which had been dropped by
it pans "S Gulf and the airport. enable the hospital to expand mistake,
Cafe dinette and snack bar in roof repairs to the east nose
r"e; six new models being the kitchen and a formal din. i ? nr I This strip is at the western hangar, which has been leased its facilities At the informal afternoon
.ted at the 1964 Venice ing room. Another note of $ j end of the airport's east-west to the Olson Company of Sarasota In vacating the alley, the city session the council gave Ring-
,r 'e of Homes are planned charm is the bay window in the runway and bisects the more retained a 15-foot easement ling Bros Barnum & Bailey
weU living This than a mile of beachfront acreage along the route of the original to erect fence
t, :T FHrida living as room. professionally In another important action permission a
J of the constructed home offers the acquired by the city from alley for water and sanitary
s be uty_ The builders the council reappointed JohnJ. around their winter quartersas
1 .S. several sewer lines
I ntlho"" opening Saturday buyer ample closet space witha the U government Blair as municipal judge for
Clerk a safety precaution messure.
jr4pL City Harry W. Hagerwas
t tiP i m. at East Gate on East guest closet and large linen years ago. another two-year term and
The U S. Air Force had kept authorized to write-off .
't: e Avenue, have planned closet There are walk-in closets Donald L. Clapp as city prose ..
ion-cutting ceremony to in each bedroom and storage possession of this strip for use cutor for the same two-year
if L h the public Is Invited On and broom closets as a tracking station. But since term.

and to help with the celebrate Constructed of concrete block the Air Force no longer tests In suggesting/ the reappointment Theft Ring Is Smashed
missiles the west coast
( wj: be State Sen. Warren the house has a Spray-Crete on of Blair, Council President
Arson( Mayor Smyth D, exterior and awning windows General Service E S. (Bill) Raymond said I.
shard, City Council Presi- II "The Martinique" has been fur. recently declared the tract : he realized there had been

tnt E S. (Bill) Raymond, nished throughout by Elfer. surplus property. some criticism of Blair's policyof
ounalwoman Blanche Celli, I dink's of Osprey with carpet I The mayor reported in a Venice GSA suspended sentences to first With Break-in ArrestsThrough

ounc men John Hogan and ing from The Carpet Center of representative was offenders but the policy must
last week and provided the
njph: ] Anderson, City Engineer Venice and the draperies are affect the have paid dividends since few
selected and created by HeinU necessary papers that had their sentences suspended the .
;uj Curwood and Paul Young- transfer from the federal combined ef- county jail under Moo bond
erg, planning engineer, Fabrics of Englewood to the city government in part or all had appeared forts of South Sarasota County and was slated to appear be iJI;
Here is a choice of aix splenid The Malibu a second time in muni- Constable Jack Knuckles and fore Justice of Peace E. S,
homes. There is just the "The Mahbu" built by Al He said he saw no difficultyin cipal court. Venice Patrolman Frank Co- (Bill) Raymond last Friday
(ht touch of tradition in each Welch Is his third venture with acquiring the land since the Club Asks Lease vill with assistance from all night for a preliminary hearing
r the m ny people who are the Parade of Homes. Here i.a is city now has top priority, the A delegation from the Ven. members of the Venice Police .
red of contemporary gymnas- splendid choice of home for state having passed its priorityon Ice-Nokomis Outboard Club appeared Department a large. scale Robert Graham and Scale
,e. The orderly exteriors and i any "budgeteer" Simplicity of the application to the city. at the council meetingto burglary ring that preyed on were released after posting
fidently! designed interiors design and clever planning continues With the acquisition of this request a lease on part of golf clubs was broken this $200 bonds apiece on the Quad
oik their many special feat- throughout the entire ___ ________O. .. ___ _._..m.___. 25 acre parcel, Venice will the city property on Roberts week with the arrest of three City charge.
tel art classic examples of home. Handsome sliding glass WOODEN CLODHOPPERS: : FOR HIS HONOR A group of have control of the whole which beach is Bay, just south of the city men two from Tampa and According to Knuckles, the
"w much a home can offer doors that lead from the kitchen Netherlands airmen who spent the Chnstrras Holidays in the frontage except that launching ramp for the site of one from Largo. (Continued on page 2))
ad stay within the limits of living room and bedroomonto Venice area showed their appreciation this week by sending being used by the Coast south of a proposed clubhouse. Included in the burglarieswas

>average budget.Ai the large screened porch, a pair of "klompen" Dutch wooden sabots to Mayor Loran Station just In answer to a question they the LaVe Venice Golf Club, I
you approach the Parade offering the owner the true in. Smyth D, Brohard "$Burpnmelster"l Brohard is shown: trying Beach Road. assured the council it wouldbe which lost more than $1,500 in Celli Sandefur
Homes traveling east out door-outdoor living so symbolic on his new shoes .John C Koppenol: of Venice, with Okay. Bacon available to the public as golf balls, equipment and _
'axe Avenue, the first house of Florida homes Formica whom the airmen visited and who translated their letter of On motion of Councilman well as to members. The re- sportswear In a 1re1Triiumastheft. :
i !be group has been built by cabinets complement the love- thanks to the mayor, looks on.GONDOLIER. Ralph Anderson council approved quest was rt'erred to a com- I
teter A. Mayer, who entered (Continued on pate IE) ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) the purchase of e low mittee headed by Councilmanthe Charged with this bnak-in I Ouit Force- : Taket

are Wayne Austin! Graham, 23,

Presbyterians To Expand Kenneth Henne Gen. CostelloTo another and both John of brother Tampa.Samuel, Robert Graham Wayne, were and 23 Jobs ElsewherePolice

Initially charged with grand
Chief John
Ta. Venice-Nokomis Presby- larceny stemming from an in-
announced the nai
Tuesday ,
>nan Church announced today "' \. \ Collapses DiesKenneth cident connected with Quad
r n nation of Patrolmen Joe Celli
fipejational approval of a !1'; .e ': '. fii Visit KMIMajor City Golf Club at Venice East. and Morris Sandefur from the
ew tioo,000 educational-activy ; Authorities said Wayne and
unit which has been under Lee Henne, 14yearold Robert, along with J. H Scalesof Sandefur's resignation is effective .
udy for almost a year. son of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth General Normando .four ;years of basic military Tampa, were apprehended tomorrow and Celli's
Centered around a spacious J. Henne of 308 Beach Costello, commander of the ..1 training following a complaint from March 1. Both have had more
'bbjr or lounge, it includes 10partment If Blvd, collapsed Sunday and 20th U. S. Army Corps at Fort Big Crowd Quad City, charging:: the trio than four years service with
T rooms, an admin- died shortly after admission to Hayes, Columbus, Ohio, will\ Despite the cool damp weather with converting to their own the city.
trative section, kitchen, ande the[ emergency room at Venice pay an official inspection visit last Sunday a very large use $150 advanced to them for Celli has served as a patrol.
attendant storage, rest. Hospital to Kentucky Military Institute crowd was on hand for the sec i the purchase of diving! equip. man and investigator He is the
oml, and heating and air.1Idit1Ollmg The youth, an eighth grade here Saturday. ond of the school's fulldress parades I ment to recover golf balls from son of Councilwoman Blanche

facilities Four off student at Venice Junior High This will be the first time on alternate Sunday af- lake on the course.Fingerprints Celli. Sandefur began his tour
departmental areas are de- r. School, had apparently fallen such high ranking officer has ternoons, and Capt. Fallon Confirmed of duty as a guard at the
Wl with folding doors so I inspected KMI winter quartersand marked after the review re-I Wayne was tied in with the Chance Vought Missile Base at

.at they may be opened to a special full dress review ended that the cadets Lake Venice burglary through municipal airport and joinedthe
ide a dining area of some will be held in his honor at to respond to the large crowd fingerprints taken there by regular force as a beat
10 square feet 11:55: a.m. Saturday, it was announced and gave a much better per- Assl Chief Allen Slater and and cruder patrolman when 1
ft administrative section I by Capt. Charles E formance as a whole than they confirmed by the FBI in Chance Vought moved to Puerto -
< >ides the minister's study, Hodgin, KMI public relations did at the first parade of the Washington. He was transferred Rico two years ago
e general office i from the city to the
an office fore officer. season jail Shockey said Sandefur was

director! of Christian edu. I a The Saturday review will be Captain Fallon also explainedthat taking a job in San Francis
UOJ"hlCh|. a work room, and libra- in addition to the regularly these fulldress affairs are NPC MethodistsPlan co. He said he understood Celli
can also be used as scheduled annual St Valen more than a spectacle designedfor also was moving to California.

n conference, room KmdergarW tine's Day parade on Feb 8. the pleasure of the spectator On Jan. 17 Celli was charged
f :lit" t are designed in Ir Capt. Thomas M Fallon, professor for every item of dress, : Sanctuary with assault and battery on a
Dew, work to !house both the ii\,1 of military science and every step taken, in fact every warrant signed by Gene Gid-
I'bool as well as the Sun- tactics, said the public is es- movement of the cadets from NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE dens of Venice. It resulted froman
The' : !1 school groups. pecially invited to the Saturday the adujants call issued by -Trinity Methodist Church of altercation involving the two
exiitg educational unit review, He said General Costello Cadet Major Edward C. Keel- North Port Charlotte will lay on West Venice Avenue the
ft be used for nursery child- \ '..L.Or j would take a troop-tn-line inspection on, of Winchester, Ky.. to the the cornerstone for its new night of Jan. 16 Celli was off
and be at its. The building .... .... of the entire cadet finish of the review are care- church building on Feb 9. duty at the time.Preliminary .

FIt: e'roted on the comer : corps, a feature seldom witnessed fully noted by Capt. Robert Worship services will be held hearing! for Celli
Firenze Avenue and ., in a military school outside Lindsey, USA, assistant PMS I that morning at the North Port was postponed by Justice of
:e aryl Street with the front. $100,000 CHURCH ADDITION The Venice-Nokomis Pres- \ West Point 1 and himself and each cadet and i Community Center at 9:45: the Peace E. S. Raymond last
on Coc :nil, has approved a handsome new 1. \ 'J given a rating that and the cornerstone will Gldden
byterian Church congregation : ,! company laying/ Friday night at re-
iti' .., ._ .. ..:.._< Precision Drill
uded in studied in the .c w adds to the final total of the
the total building educational-activity unit. The plans are being up follow at the church site at quest and was re-set for 8
.olraID 1& a modification of above photo by (left to right) The Rev David A. Bowles, General Costello will also year I U:15 am o'clock! tomorrow night
xurting Fellowship Hall to pastor: Mrs. Harold C. Beake, chairman of the building( committee KENNETH L. HENNE witness a special performanceof He also noted that the Band Trinity Church was organized The resignation of Sandefurand
r ide Indoor worship facili- : and E C Hanebuth, of the Sarasota firm of Kanncn- the famed Kentucky Rifles, Company under the command Nov, 18, 1962 and ground Celli brought to three the
n to alt?ment the present berg and Hanebuth, architects for the project Sunday afternoon while playingon the school's 25-member precis. of Capt. Scott P Berdine, of I was broken for its new buildinglast number of members of the police .
,Continued on Page 2)) (GONPOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) the beach near his home and ion drill team, under the dual Leesburg, Fla., won top honors Nov. 17. I force to resign in recent
after a shower and nap, arose command of Cadet M/Sgt Lue. in the first parade and Co C, The Rev Alva A Soldner is I days, Don Knuckles, radio dispatcher
for dinner and then collapsed. sing, of Huntington, W Va., (Continued on page :2) I pastor also quit
founty: "Add" 12 More The family revealed that the and Cadet Sgt. Keys, of Cincinnati -
Officials Ohio.
Agreen cause of death was ahown by
1 Englewood Chamber of Commerce I
an autopsy to be an aneurism, This Is a student activity and

or a ruptured blood vessel. in reality not a part of the Re- _
_._ ___ __ _
South Venice serve Officers Training Corps
) Retarded School Kenneth was born in Mount General Costello, a graduateof r
Holly, N, J., and came here West Point and veteran of
with his parents eight years the Pacific campaigns, was assigned I
SoralOta County Commis- Venice and Englewood but BusinessesA ago from Burlington, N. J, He to the command of the

on'r.to have agreed Informal. could not be reached yesterday was a member of the Churchof 20th Corps in September of last

tr Provide } acres of prop- for comment. The Epiphany. year and has jurisdiction over .
heIr or adjacent to theCounty According to Commissioner dozen South Venice busl.n The parents have two other the 24 high schools, military 1
'untt 4O-acre South Gernhard, the only thing that a sa establishments got children, Stephen George, and schools and colleges having FTit P', "T.1s
'Idinrs r on U.S. Highway 41 could block the purchase would "los'" aomewhere along the Linda Marie. Other survivors ROTC training/ the states of
laded Loveland School for Re. be exorbitant land costs and he line In the list published InMonday's include the grandmothers, Mrs. Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia
Children, County Col'!'. said the commissioners con. Frances Sadowskl of Burlington .
"loner BOYd Gernhard din01e4 template the acquisition of suitable They are being listed be. N. J" and Mrs Edna Hen. This ROTC training Is sponsored

yesterday, property within two or low long with the numbersto ne of Merchantvllle, N, J, by the U S. Army and is
( informal agreement three weeks They may effecta correspond with those (Iv- aimed to give young men the
donate of
A recital the Rosary was
two acres of the site involving land ownedin Monday's chart leading
1 which swap en on conducted by The Rt. Rev. basic military training
will;' be located the Venice, he said. Oil Co5( %) of to a regular commission In the
Out County donated smaller (51)) Anchor Msgr. George .
office buildlnlls A previously U, S Army reserve as a second
Co. Inc. Tuesday
of The
Terminal Transport Church Epiphany
'tvep< the In a discussion site on Riverview by Boulevard C Harold ((53)) Airway Sanitizor Co, night at Rawles Funeral lieutenant at the end of I ...,.
4! commissioners Nokomis, given Metals ((55)) Clev- Father Cummings four years In college
officers of Robert S. Baynard, ((54)) G G Home Chapel
South and
OUnty Sarasota Bates Awnings, ((56)) Lllen's also officiated at the Those graduates of KMI who
hilafL Assn||| fit Retarded will remain available if needed enger Grocery Mart, (57)) South funeral services Wednesday ?o on to college are given credo OPEN HOUSE will be held at Englewood committee invited presidents of all chambers I ,
-' when was found Bates said. He U the Venice Esso Station, (58) morning at the church. Pallbearers it for two years ROTC work, newly enlarged Chamber of Commerce building of commerce in Sarasota and Charlotte Counties I ,
I atf Rothe J land would be need'fusion president of the South County b Dahlberg's Gift Shop, ((59) were members of the The graduates who choose to Sunday from I p.m. to 8 p.m. The modern public officials and: residents to com by I I
Ichool, for future association succeeded y Matthews Rocks and Gems, VJHS quit school are subject to draft attractive building was built Just two and see the refurbished quarters Miss Engle.wood '
at class at
elected j'
CoITIIDlalloner Ralph W Harrison, night (60)) Jackson's Flxit Shop, eighth grade the same as other high school years ago but because of the chamber's expanding Frances Weblnga, will greet the visitors i

_t!a Masel Hous. the group's Tuesday ((61) Ohio Market and ((62) Burial was In Sarasota Memorial graduates but their advancement operations more space was needed. ,
.- or Inveltlgating lead the pur. meeting *J Alstoc's CotUfes. Park is\ usually rapid due to I Chairman Don S. Bael of the open house (GONDOLIER PUOTQ by! Bub Obendorf 1 I'
between South ,(Continued ea page

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They reportedly received ,
With 2.S50 square THEFT RING cash from Sabla irZ*''
of Gilson Co of via ot Los Angeles, Calif.! a the kitchen. I In
OBITUARYSPENCER Manufacturing Hospital Report Parade Of Homes feet under the roof, the house merchandise taken in ikr *'
Osprey. brother, Wallace H. Gilson of (Continued from page 1) has central gas heat and U (Contlnned from page Venice burglary *'
MILLS GILSON His organization alltfiatloiu( Libertyvllle 111., and his moth. ADMISSIONS Ir kitchen with its built-in for air conditioning Frldaj The brothers are I
Spencer Mills Gilson, 63, ot included membership In Brat. er, Mrs, Mabel Gilson of Brat- Jeji. Ill, Herbert C. Knoll Wlnrke.. range and oven and breakfast prepared well having that "extra" case broke wide open beta I in the county 'Jail wideVS'oond being| '
as was
laurel tleboro Vt. Lodge 102, F&AM. tIe boro. tar V L. Utliee BmlU Venice i KHu.eetfc as when Wayne
Road Laurel died Fri. ( ) night
beach to
PilMku. Venice, Linda Huuhi.Ml nook touch Of an outside the countyJail each, face the chart
lay at Venice Hospital. i Survivors include two sons Funeral services at Farley t e.lnul HII, 11.1 .. : Miry fool, Of excellent construction. shower "enlce Furniture has returned here from preliminary In circuit court.
Mr. Gilson came to Floridan Wayne Gilson of Laurel and Funeral Home Tuesday were Venice Bert W nirUlrle Knulewoud' throughout for the scheduled
floors prevail throughoutunder I
terrazzo said -
home -
Vininta furnished the
Mdlett Nokomte.: Put Mrs. Knuckles i irt.
11153 from Woodstock, Hale Gilson of Seattle. Wash.; conducted by The Rev. John Kiwlewood. Welter Wttmer, VenicelroUne the cement block house the direction of Mrs Lllo hearing. brother
ind moved to Laurel from three daughters Mrs Betty Louis Jones, pastor of Venice. Hurraivlu, V..I. K.UlleenAdkliu that has fibre glass foil backed the draperies have Wayne implicated his GEN. COSTELLO t
a Gorda six yean ago. Vt"1 Chalmeras of Campbell Calif., Nokomis Methodist Church ; N.,.Neko.h.. "..1.;,Nannie'Knilewwrf Flerher.| Fruieej4.chob P.nless Insulation. There are roofed been Bastian made by Heintt Fabrics John In the Lake Venice here.case (Continued from part '
Mrs. Jean Anderson of Ash. and Venice Lodge 301 F&AM. ., from Sarasota li
tan born in Bellows Falls Venice porches to the doorways lead ot en route under the command of
Until he land Mass., and Mrs Lola Syl- J... 211 Khyi Wllll.m., Encrbwood' Englewood.The for a postponement *-
recently was asked
-- ---- -- lennu Jbwow. V..,... loy4 A. Oe.rdin Ing into the house that encom- Cardinal Knuckles and Robert P. Hulbert, of ShJS
MRS. EMILIE M. HILTONMrs. Nokoml. Mar, Leonard, VeniceGerald : passes totol of 1,900 square the on the hearing burg. Pa., won the covetIng
8. Dunn, _.011.. V. : HeijaIn The two bedroom home Is contacted author- II
feet under roof. Venice Fur immediately last
WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. ., Adama, Venlcti Anna Hon hobsaim both for Sunday. Comptn i
Emilie M. Hilton of 525 : Nurse Baker. NoIIo...... niture has tastefully furnished coming thing ties to apprehend John under command of GorJJ J t
RAMBLER DODGE Armada Road died Tuesday at 1... alt ('h.rl. Hequmibw" Natalia this home with Heintx: Fabricsof newlyweds and the newly re Signed Jolly, of Sherdeen I I
I >I5 S. T.mi.ml Trail 488.3965-488-6150 Venice Hospital. Nkmk m' Gary, : Wllllue Bell. Venice C..h.. I Crania".'N..komlO'Marie. Englewood in charge of the tired. Harley Whiteaker who has Affidavits ahead for the year Ob, ;

II SPECIALIST IN. Mrs. Hilton was a retired Th.,_ C.n'. Noloomll'' HorMe Krl_, selection of draperies has built "'the Cardinal" Questioning of John led to
Knelwwdl, loh. e.."... Y-'b. taken this even one step furth of taking a partIn
school teacher having taught The Startles It his admission
Br.te Repair Lubricate Chassis 1... III Joa. Bahl)._. Port Cb.r.loth own
in the Newark N. J., school 1'.... Godd.rd. bs.I..mdt, St..WNwsn The third ot the six model er. In order to assure the the Lake Venice robbery. ALLENConvalescent
Front End Alignment Oil Change system after her graduationfrom luessy II...., .ml.' Vwlnl. homes has been constructed! by er of the maximum privacy he Authorities said both John and
End Overhaul ) Headlights Beams H..on Nu..I'. Pnele..d.J. bedrooms,
Front Adjust| the
has separated affidavits ad. and
She charter
Cornell University. .. eel u.".,,, Jun..on. V.niw, Don Heath another of the Wayne signed
Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs came here In 1950 from Somerset Loula Nemetli' Eiml.wo.Kl' ; Je le Hart member of the original group putting one at either end milting their guilt and Implicating Nursing Home

j] Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Standard Mass Her birthplace was Caroline.......' Venloe Cutler; Cb.Venice..... MtJnar MarUia, Nok.Hem Cana This is "The Starfire II," a house. Each has iU own bath. Dominic Sabia, Largo 24 Hour HUrling Strtfa;

Radio Repairs Transmission Repair Newark.: Nolinmb' : HIMreth r...:.. ...._. good modern house with many The delightful kitchen placesthe golf pro, ass "fence' for the Phone Venice 488-Cm
ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT She was a member of Venice J.. IT: Thelme' Morrle, Placldal, c.mot design interests, skillful styling accent on efficiency without stolen merchandise.When lit PONCE DI LION tvi
Horirdon, Venleai, I. FMrr ( I. of and
beauty _.
College Club Venice-Nokomis V......, Alma. Henitemhat, Knelewnod ; and a plan that works. The fo ever losing sight arrested Saturday afternoon .n'
Airconditioninq Repairs and Installation Woman's Club, Venice-Nokomis Bertha D. roo"..... r..._! pet cal point of this home is the the screened porch is of lifetime Pinel-
Women's Club C............ Vwi..... Samuel' R. Snow, for this aluminum construction.An Sabia permitted
Republican V.nlwt. Juanlt Y.hlln..,., V'ImtC.mt ) large lanai so perfect completesthe las County deputies to search Swim
md the National Retired Voorhama, New> York: lusty" AnaAHirltbHl climate and community. Thereare garage where" the missing
I his home
CneleeraodKram: dtrtck. picture of fine construction Ins
Teachers' Assn.Survivors 2 bedrooms and 2 luxurious
., .... items were found. He was 70
land PunU .1 Raaemarl O'Dsw combined with ample living
Include two nephews .irll Venloi. baths. Other features in. charged with receiving stolen Water
John F. Tlghe of Lerch. Jan. Mi MIMrerf Brunt Ventaat, W.,. elude a custom-built kitchen, space and released after
mont N Y and Donald G. ,. NifhoU. Venice, Klrhard geairer.lokomli breakfast nook:, brand named The furnishings were selected property
I Rachel Rrrnolda. Noknrnlatromt Furniture posting $1,000
Would Your IE Venice AT
Hill of Portsmouth Va : and Corterre. Knelewond.] W&tnTumlinmti fixtures throughout and a two- and supplied by
Venice Vernon _.. Wl|. and Heintz Fabrics of Wayne and John authorities
four nieces Mrs. Robert F. ;; car Constructed of cement
11..._. W V., H... Willi..... Kn.elewoodi garage. admitted
Englewood made the dreperies. said, have also Warm Mineral
Milar of Daytona Beach Mrs. Charlea" Ruh""... Fmrlewaodl.rk block It has a built-up
I Expense Donald C. Hill of Norfork:, Va.. Farler Venleel Wllllaea Hoe. roof with sprinkled glass and These homes have terrazzo breaking Into the Sarasota
Be _-- Mrs. Lee David French of Coril Venice. ) Tan Halle SOIL IhilewneLJan. floors, garages or carports Colony and the Turf City Coun-
It I Hulk Mack. Nokomis> CHI.hm tile.The Springs
. Gables and Mrs. Lawrence Robertahair. Venire! Clifford Mien handsome decor was furnished utility and extra storage space try Club In Puiellas County
j Held Down? Newman of Chapel Hill N. C. hearth Urmul, indl Hakla ,renoMU by Britton' House .r>f and the many features that The brothers advised police ladles
I Private funeral services will Venice. DISCHARGESJen. Furniture of Venice, with I offer every comfort that the that merchandise from all 1 12 South of V.nlc;

I be held tomorrow at Rawles Hi Linda M. H.1 Funeral Home ChapelBIRTHS nut HII. __, oplredl" GleJre Uurer supplying the draperies need. three incidents
N Venice! Fork, Wright, NokemklRoby
I Girl Wright, Nokonti.' | Mlllan Matson Bleu Allot these builders are .uH"U# VENICE MOVIE LOG foN4..4'f' .,
members of the National Association
'ayne. Kfiflewood ( expired) Phiaia d
McCaghren, NokomUl Mae Kee.. Saw Cockrill Developers II n and
T. protect your farmly'i welfare We tale those AT>KTN!. Mr ant "... Kirtler t P. mat Miller: Ins Walton Clark, Do..le..oodl. Vere Builders Inc. have named their are veterans of Home in Builders their field. i THEATRE TROPICAL
Venice Graoel Vaaloal
,... home "Maison Bleu" and from
Nokomli' aon, Jnhn Waler Adk bon
Into account and have scaled down family1 !d.aito Mana Gonaalea, Immokalea. Whether of
things a purchase one
'... .... you
It at I'IT Jan Mi Andrew Knnll. Venlr ,en.plredli the moment you drive up to the Tbira Ian I* DRIVE.IN THEATRiGULF
MORRIS, Mr and M.... >*. A. flaelda. ........ these homes on the original site ; *
that its pndture! would be lentible and fitting. John Michael M....... bon t Marr T l Vwk.t I gadla. house you are pointed in the ASOLO CHAMBER ORCRKBTSiFrlBet. ..
ann. built own .1''" Nana t'.I. ..
Yanofikr Warn Mineral' Sprlnni Joe.epk or have one on your
Jan 17 ., 1:10 a-av E. laws V...",. Sum L. lime, direction of the living area 0.... "rI..S.t..N.., 0.
: will find that these .'... Pak. I "
and Mm WilliamK. lot you i II .
WHITNEY Mr. Vmloal, Miner J. Davla.. En'lnrood: which includes a family room ..h... r..,.m
':.. Venice, detmhter ,Inns named ret), Huao ""... Nokomla' (eaplradH, ./ WlUlamS. structures with their modern AROUND THR! WORLD II rag CAR!
I RAWLESFUNERAL born BRUNT.Jin IT Mr.at IliOl and M.urn.. t. Knoell.Venice Laneaelar. 14 I ,B.wld V.nlr.Jm. .' .Eddmb VwlmtSwbrt glass doors opens onto through a large sliding patio. equipment conveniences have .t........IN Tka A TlAKK Tkree 8te... rrl..5aG-.,... 1... 11: FrK
.. daurhter fnot named. nlb. ..a .. been expertly designed to offer ... ... Urivrt
... Nm16 Vnwl 1.10. "Maison Bleu" shows the R.a..Men.-T....W... F* CONS wrarSlarrfarl
; It at 1:40 a.m.Church nioai' Albert. Webb, Venice. > with you the ultimate in Florida rrank II........ Deaa Merlin .
French Colonial influence
I - -- .. J.kn L. <
J. Ml Kathleen Adklna TenlwlRanrira living.INTRODUCTORr. Aalla Ikh.... Irwla An reI .
HOME Addition ".k.., Nnkomltl> Law Bromley. its pillared front. The Califor -PlaaTHI
Venire. Mildred CockrllU Venice I Helen. FOR! TEXAS nARARBASSlaninil
roof is the
i (Continued from page 1) Glfford, Venice Alexander Hilkbeck. nia-styled built-up 11..._ W. A. ... 1 .... Anther., qu.ayN.N.NNyaeNN.11
225 W. Venice Ave. 488-6761 Venice| Man Pm.).. Venice Pm: .). Me. first in this area. There are ;
drive-in worship in the garden Arthur (..1....I, Enelownodi. rimerchulia. two ample-sized bedrooms with N.N+NNNl1....H
sanctuary. At the present time Mnkomni, Ladr M. Smith,
0/yjert Therapy Service studies have Colonial Mwahta' Va.| Walter SmiUi.Venice. two baths that boast vanity
only preliminary tables and indirect lighting. A OFFER !
24 Hour Ambuhnct $.,.ic. been made of this modification. J.a. Ml H... -ton and air condition. NOW APPEARINGAT
Recommendations on this I J... 17, ( ...u.. 8.._...., YenlealAwrence
Gardner, Nokomlil, Anna log unit that even provides heat Hoover UprightVACUUM
phase will be made later to the M&lI1>1. THEMYAKKA
Kara Nokomhi Vlnrlnla -
and air conditioning in the garage -
the \\.,,..
congregation by building nnlil Paul Mrera hnrlewoodl
The Committee Includes Wwbn Venlcei) Hllma W I] .... NnnhPon assure the buyer of con LANES
committee. Ckulottel, Rhri! Will'..... bxlevond. slant comfort. Built of cement

chairman Mrs.Gerald Harold Shell C., Beake Harold Jan.. t 11 Martha Britt Oahan Ana, IIok.AlbrltUm" '...'.' Ran Kn.lewoodl has block such this points fullyinsulated of Interest house as a BEA HUNTER
Tire Go'sTRUNK
Hayes, David Hopley and ...... .
Royal tha Canfleld, !!norl' I Ida Taaa Ven.nai late foyer G E. oven and 85950

George architects E. Youngberg Jr. The and ......CamHne PnilcwoM Cutlar. ,...Venice.11I. Rlltrai Para Gndod. . range with hood and is wiredfor Song Stylist// end Ojw'rf'For ;
are Kannenberg ,'Irad), yokel. Elizabeth. PaJaakaa VenShopping TV and telephone. outlets l land '
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a laundry room. Because ef Low Price Please d.
This model home hat already
SOc For
been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Delivery.
Tamtam} Trail Vinla '
of Pennsylvania, but is

For open for inspection during<; the SEE
two months that the show is
presented to the public. HOOVER'S"DEEP
The Southern Belle CLEANING"
:I Gulf Coast Development and Action Demonstrated gaA f g'urtettaQ< 9Jome

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I ,
and operated by Herbert Melee 265 Nokomis; Ave. Venice
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b JANUARY 30 I9M \

:; By DOROTHY GAYNOR-- Handley Bridge Club President For' 64Robert I|f Starts Epiphany TomorrowAt Bazaar All States Club

1--- s* Women's Editor
Handley of 338 Cen- I
CYO CenterThe
Phone .Items te 481-Mog ter Road is the 1964 president Meeting TonightA
of Venice Contract
Bridge Catholic Youth Organization .
Club, the third president in theclub's it Tampa and Nassau special program Is planned -
'" - eight-ycar history Streets, will be scene of the for the AU States Club salute -
> Two or LhJ'ee days In bed pect for their new home. He and the other new offic Epiphany Guild's World's Fair to Pennsylvania and New
i plating: host to one of the Other guests of the Van Wyks era were elected at the club's tp Bazaar tomorrow and Satur,' at 8 p.m. at Yen.
fnea kier typ>' of viruscs' can were Lester and Ruth Shier of meeting last week Mrs. T. B. ME i ie day. fcesgveh according to I

turn into a horrendous situamorulewis Milwaukee, Wis. Mr. Shier i.a is Richardson will serve as vice. Hours will be from 10 a m. Louis Dulhnger, president.

particularly snifif Chemical Engineer with the president Miss Lucy Journeay f + until 8 p.m. both day with the There will be dancing, door
!} brings .long city secretary and Mark Evers
the bug sewerage commission and grand of 21-inch
headache -v award a color prizes and refreshments and
fl; ,.u/hq/ and however worked with Col. Van Wyk before television set net for 9 p.m. Sat- the public is Invited.
in"i' are the times, the last war in research Dr. R. F. Wilcox, retiring urday.
the public into The parties are held each
rate development. president
ICP' The Shlers served from-1961 to
*''o'.i\ ,it legments, the nerve. was a brief one visit 1903. Gen. L. H. Miller Booths representative of Thursday during the season.
as they was
t .r'ed' frustrated people ofwr an extended are on named first eight countries, Vatican City Last week 400 persons attended -
3 months visit president of the
dye -In.the.wool Florida The Van of group) In 1956 and held office nfmrr o and the United Nations, will the event honoring Mlnne
"' frfsiory! addicts. The lat. their Wyks took until 1961. + offer hundreds of sale items, sole, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indi

ter 11\1'\ N't't illv I the three-a-day area and guests"wined on a and tour dined"of the The club a non-profit charit- IhLP 4Mi ,( many fine handmade arts booth or imported.The will sellworks ana and Iowa. Mr. and Mrs.

I.', i n forget the obstrepnosa .- them at local restaurants giv able organization of more than I of the leading local artist Dullinger led the grand march
er" and dry with lips grand comv lag the Shier not only a tasteof 100 members, Is a member of [ *. which included 112 residentsand
i ,v ilmoBt, a our scenery but a taste of the American Contract Bridge I Refreshments will be served former residents of the
.'11 .-i of pepper-uppers or the fine foods that our restaurants Clubs and supports the charities ''at the United States booth. five states
,,,,,, ,, Je> I'nc'' s. Bless you have to offer selected each year by the / j b'
Wife: pam and Jerry national Bridge/ League. Last i. a
Stain: et si I year the club supported the THE SHOES OF THE FISHERMAN L

-0-- permit Flor- E'wood Rebekah logopedics speech correction) Qt1 -Morris L West .
Short mt'nories ; and muscular distrophy drivesIn s
to feel put upon hb UPON THIS ROCK
Ida .1()r1Spantl addition to its local support
t e'tRf'
ei the temperature drops toPo of Venice Hospital.On a i : b.,. -Frank G. SlaughterTHE

.cntlier,fiftj ,j conditions,md headlines to the about north I New Officer Slate the board of governors S V BATTLE OF THE VILLAS [

:n} words, here One of ore Dr. Wilcox Mrs. Elgin FIONITA
'he n't .:vJd ut reminders real situations that In First SessionENGLEWOOD Morrison Mrs. Ralph, Adm.Gould Robert and Mrs Huston Elsie ., Rumer Godden
.pr. -e t ytG I
:' ,jui this week when II Parrott. raw t The Booh f
u r'd '''Her to the Carl Ob- The club was organized by : Shop
-. fi m their Christmas Lemon Bay Bernard Freedman who served
;"' Dirk and Ruth Boet- Rebekah Lodge 80 held Its regular i as its first tournament di s Nest to Venice Posh Office I

'( 'r, of Merrill, WIs. Written meeting lent Thursday rector. Other founding officers --- --. -- .
u. h drurratic .their deUd with the newly elected officers were Louis Suter, secretary BRIDGE CLUB OFFICERS As any bridgeplayer their picture taken. Elected last week, they s,
,;,. a part of trip taking their stations, presided I and A. G. Price, treasurer. knows, when four bridge fans get together are. left to right, Mark Evers treasurer
W-TIK, through South Georgia, over by Noble Grand Blanche The new president moved I the cards are dealt and the hands Miss Lucy Journeay, secretary; Mrs, T B IMPORTED
IOn De 30-31 They went be. Dolbee I One new members was I here in 1961 from Crystal Lake. looked over. So it was when the 1964 officersof Richardson, vice-president, and Robert V ,
lu( d the town where they re- taken in bv transfer from another 111. Venice Contract Bridge Club met to have Handley, president \

I'., ,"i.< 4 p.m warning about lodge. He Is a member of the Men's I. Seagrass !
jVt'' r- further, and were In respect for the departed, Garden Club, the Gourmet ; r.;.
'I I r d -Jtside a city which, the altar was draped tor Flor Club, Venice Stamp Club and Visiting Rector To Speak At St. Mark'sThe I PATIO RUGS
j.'I{t .>. :: IIIS still early had I ida Past Grand Master George Lake Venice Golf Club. His
loops'Ttri overflow. A motel Scofield, member of Inverness hobbies are fishing!, bridge and I If Ideal for
1 the screened
Rev. Roger Bond Nichols First New England Provincefor Ministry for the Episcopal kt porch,
??,, a-ked a pnsser-bv to edge No 57 and also for Pant golf and he and Mrs. Handley '
'ake them in which he did- President of the Rebrkiih Assembly hold the mixed pairs club rector of Trinity Church of I many yean, has served on Church. patio or family' .room
Columbus. Ohio will arrive in the Massachusetts and Ohio 1
t :es out in the country toa Belle Schoemborn championship awarded by the
| ( Venire Saturday for three addresses Councils of Churches chair- v Reg. 35e 1R.g 1
beside lake. He Contract I -
/i':! n a serving during the years 1936- Bridge Club in Its 1963 Anniversary
.penied sinister, so did his I 37. tournament. at St. Mark's Episcopal ,...' Sq. Ft .. f.LQ ft. \
Church Mr and Mrs Albert] L. Neff
did the housend ,
'n'e to Members were notified of n of 235 Gulf] Drive, Venice, are
runtrj'S'd. and the sleet- He will preach at the 11 a m.
covered dish dinner meeting of their Golden
celebrating .
Wedding $37.80

Mrs. Boettchereutendied I church service Sunday, will address
: A sleepless! night the be South held Western Jan. list Associationto In FortMyers I VYC Commodore the Episcopal Youth Fellowship .w Their Anniversary oldest daughter tomorrow., Mrs. 9' X 12' PATIO RUG .................... $24.95
clothed and In fear, i I Sunday at 8 p.m. and
pent Next
scheduled on the I C Preston Bent, has arrangedthe
.1 l :e huddled upright in bed, Rebekah calendar the official will talk on "The Challenge of and dinner
was reception party, d .li.
'urned into a bright morning Ball the Campus and Inner-Cil" at fft14tWJ
visit of President Margaret II SaturdayThe which will l be held at Cardi
the Tuesday meeting of the I
"hont" to
ors, their refusing I
Walters to Punta Gorda nays Villa hotel Nokomis, at -
and suggesting : Episcopal Church women. wrl1ii.CENTER,
ac opt money with a banquet to be held I 7pm .
Commodore's Ball at the The Rev. Mr. Nichols will
'hey five it to ('ha rlty. She said there Feb 6th. Several I The Neffs other daughter
mermbers Venice Yacht Club in honorof be the of The Rev and /
the' felt! a "heel" but the "twl- said they would attend guest Mrs. T J. Anderson and family
the new Commodore and his Mrs. Donis Dean Patterson and
i.H tone" preceding day
the President's from Pittsfield H. C
reception to be N. will
Officers will be held Sat Columbus
prepared her for the very Flog will return to on
given in Odd Fellow's Hall, be present, as well a. two sons,
"North urday. Wednesday. + + 264 So. Trail In Venice 488.2198'BROADLOOMS
cord Once they got Sarasota, Feb. 3rd. .rr'r pY Mr Gordon Neff and his. family
The evening begins with a His talk at the meeting of
conditions fineo ,
ravel were
: At the local from Springfield> Mass., RUGS CARPETS
Odd Fellow'sHall .Y ,
cocktail party and receiving the Churchwomen will b.> at 11 I I
Englewood Road, there and Mr. Ralph Neff from Milton -I s.. Our Large Selection Buy From Our Large Inventory ',
A visitor being entertained line from 5:30: to TOO: p.m. Past a.m., preceded by a 10 a.m Mass.
will be a meeting of the Commodore William ...l
crtenwvely about town Is Mrs. E. Nuys business meeting. Luncheonwill or
C C Jenks of St. Paul, Minn. Orange( Blossom" Club Feb. 7th. will introduce members to the be served at noon and the
The Jenks lived here several This will be followed the next new commodore, George H hostesses Mrs. Vernon Waite
night Saturday, by another in Wheeler Jr. In the receivingline called for reservation
earn ago for five years, havI I may be
I been long-time winter visi- their series of card parties with Commodore Wheelerwill no later than Fridnv. She will I I I'lQ
open to the public, with door REV. ROGER B. NICHOLS
'ors before that She will leave be Vice Commodore Chris be assisted by Mrs. Frank
I'!hii weekend for Naples before and table prizes, as well as topher Manse, Read Commodore Hayde and Mrs. Mark BishopIn I man of the Provincial Commission i \) 223 W. Venice Are. I
(fluminj cakes and dessert all home and Treasurer J. Walter addition to his service at on Ecumenical Relationsof H
borneo made by members The Lodge Hammonds, Fleet Captain C. Trinity Church. The Rev. Mr the First Province, as a Venice .
Other guests, last week, were will also sponsor a ham din C. Johnson, Fleet Surgeon Dr Nichols has held pastorates at member of the Ohio State Pas
|Vr. and Mrs. Jerry Pomeroy ner. Sunday Feb. 16th. George H. Boyd Jr., and Secretary St. James Church in Greenfield tor' Convention committee, a
|who came from California ton -- J. Howard Jones Mass., and at Grace delegate to the Ohio Council as new and f fresh as
:It his parents, Mr and Mrs. One good barbecue cook always Dinner, featuring prime rib Church, Providence, R. I. He is Assembly and as director of
jEarl Pomeroy of Shore Road. parboils quartered or cutup -I of beef, will be served at 7:00: a graduate of Buwdoin College Columbus Area Council of
The Pomeroyt entertained for duckling for about 20 min p.m Dancing to the music of and Episcopal Theological Churches.He .
'hem. to introduce the bride (of utes before broiling it on the Archie Newell and his orchestra School. Cambridge. Mass. He in a member of the Bishop SPRING
set summer) to their friendsnd outdoor grill Brush the duck of Clearwater follows dinner alto] served in the Navy during and Chapter, chairman of .

neighbors/ before the four with any sweet barbecue WWII the committee on Ecumenical
< them left for a short visit to sauce you favor while it's bro -/ Dress I. formal, and reservations He was chairman for all college Relations and a member of the I
'he Keys. The young couple left Ing. I are now closed. work in t he Episcopal Department of Mission and

Saturday, -0- r I

The! Harold Schmidts of LaGrange r ie

Ill. and Stanley Nelca ---r

of Burr Ridge/ III.,, decided "
'.:J'aneously to visit the Ar-
't.r! Odeitards of Venice Villas
,r.I:! the five of them had a four-
'. Illinois get-together, Stan-
(," 'ame to recuperate from
Ie flu (he would be horrified
o brow hn erstwhile host now
ill) and spent a good part I
'I t the time on the beach STRIPED SHIFT

'J,1, ant beach weather, he Red and White '
'r d I The Schmidts left Friday t L Blue and Whit. '

o tour Florida and Stanley left Sizes 3 to 6X e x '
Sunday for home. The Ode"arts f'
long-time winter visitors 4.98 ;
oero, live m LaGrange Sizes! 7 to 'U _

--0-- 5.98
Some 75 to 100 members of M CtevjrU Mm'- CiM''

'he','tats teenage Kay et Lanlus helped celebrate Miss big new V8 power

,lat Is probably the most Im-
-o'('flant) birthday In any worn- big new self-adjusting brakes I
en's fife, her sixteenth, on Sat- !
'11'Iay! Mr. and Mrs. Paul LanM .

gave the party at their Al- I
?'t St. East, home More than
J of the or
girls stayed after the
1 a In, curfew, for a slumberdlin.t Y +
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This ; 3 to 6X
1I'e ( know could I
'P P' n The J. Leighton 6.98 !
Count" Comwells received a Sires! 7 to 14 a
urge package from daughter 8.98 e
1re- Thomas r i a
;, C. Boyett of
ulymaa. Sonora Mexico e
>eoore Christmas and 4 ; nS
after the
bulky, object was removed from .w+wwaw.. .www++w. r

,w wx and exclaimed over, off .
box went to the trash heaP
burning Three weeks later K,
recelvl"d a letter

eking/ how she liked her ring *4 CIMrr U...,SMIM, w,,_ 2-Piece .
.7AJCo"nt"4 went outside and i J 8
debris 'through the Christmas CHEVY H by Chevrolet BATHING SUIT ; .? '

"he bonfire There 'It wan- Teen Siiei i to 14 Y N

.- .. n Polished, a lovely amen big performance. Not any New brakes match this power, too. Burger, to d Bllipatemore. From 5.98
and silver rn| ,. 1011 don't i otLlhI ieVwhywhen the '64 Cheyy O. heat faster. Self-adjusting to save you money. Other easyThere f I JI
-0- .You'll! new higher performance optionaUt-extra- features include Delcotron generator sad a fully tUumiB&P Junior Sizes 5 to 13 i u ,. J d' +A.
A tall from Mr. Frank Van are for to pick from. One (it ( 'strapping sized muflpr.! to
,Vyk of I2 *. Grove st- tells east engines Turbo-F you re V8. The other is a new chrometrimmedChevy U is model outside, lout extra ,
195-hp 1 1J
; .
that she and the Colonel Turbot Six, There are a lot of choose from. A
have v 155-bp trunk .ccessories to customize it just about any way
nbua, mountain to or a
Mende, If you've got I like And whole lot of fun to look forward I
of long that can leave either J !
tandin the engines
A bud
< these are low
hart white, pass In fart thll new Chevy U : a very eo Test drive Chevy II atpack.
wary ego their guests one safely alloy you. Chevrolet deakr' IIOODo Yoa'll like itt!
Oepaer Cot; and Mrs Lewis a everywhere but i In your wallet. your 12.98'i.'f

are Ichine.of Chic Lewis go< where bothWagner THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet a Chevelle s Chevy U e Conralr a ConitteSn

"I them at Cherolet Showroom I

i t:tItUnJt v cuing .World V.n WWar your J :

'<'iL conclusion of their I
\' f'i: \'Ialt to Venice, the 't

viSUor-\ :tUhave' i'k' 10 decided many other thatwJSS DUNCAN CHEVROLET ( 'I k kt

t retire from their :
ture lift, th. !lear tu. Road Venice Phon 488-3067. ',. ''It It
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Pinochle- Club 1,jj'k ice 1 fla.' and Charlc and B.Abe Freedman Newell Mand,,]Phlladel.Toronto Venica I Shop Has 'SpeciaLty' Look I

Additional point re---v.lt; m '. I 'Every time 1 come into this >.t aw
Lists WinnersLeslie
E..st and West position hop I want to buy everything rrrsanaa
L Dulllnger, Barronett Wand ,
Heath of Venire and A Brooks Urnvay N. J, 4 1t I I sec'
Henry Meta of South Venice 32..4; R. W Roper Venice Gardens I This Is a direct quote from In i
were winners In the North and and A B Iv\ Port Dover I customer who was shopping '*
South position and Mr and Canada. 42 Mr and Mrs Eleanor and Bill Bicpnam
Mn. H Grobman In the Eat L D. Willirtm" Ncl'''ml' 44"Mr Resort Shop last \I'eik. Its also M1v
and West position In the duplicate *, It B. Sh'HW, Englewood ,y vx a quote aptly put. The' m"Ichandlxe
pinochle tourney held and W, K. T.ngel-on. Huntington I I of women s end
Tuesday at the Civic Center L I,. 50 points 1 'cot w ," m \to wear has the wedcliihtful eei
The Heath Mctr duo scored The next session will]) be hi 1 : distinction of
64 V4 points and Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday at A a m 'specialty shop" look and yetis a
Crobman 31. -- I moderate in price range
Other point result In the A former U S Navy nux Eleanor is a woman with
North and South position: iliary airfield near Cecil Fi d beautiful taste Every Item in +
A. G. Campbell of Venice and in Jacksonville is slated for I the shop reflect this She is
Dave Rapp of South FallsburgN probable development as a a graduate of the McCowell
Y., 80: Richard Doyle. East estate firm The t.745 acre School of Dress Design' in New
Orange, N, J. and W. Wolfe. tract was recently told for I York City and wu employed
Venice, 38; Frank Jehan Ven $600,000. I I st Lord A. Taylors in that city
'.. J She has been In the merchandising -
business here for veers.
t ,
I Like so many of us, Bill\ and
Auto Insurance ** t I' Eleanor were first Introduced
4 ,r I t to this area through visits She
1 I. NEW LOW RATES came to her mother whowintered
3, LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE they made their move from JUST A GLIMPSE OF THE attractive interior of The Reran
Saddle River, N J, to Venice Shop at 205 W, Venice Ave A visit to the establishment Wlil i I
"I believe that we represent', live you a good look" at the many styles awaiting you
& ._ some of the finest and most (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Otwndor!A)
"--- -- original manufacturers in the I'I

AGENCY THE SOUTH VENICE AREA VOLUNTEERFIRE those vying for the crown. Froyi left, Mary country," Eleanor said and half sizes and our dresses clothing! for more forms! OC(
116 W Venice Avenue Department Miss Flame Contest will Transeaux, Ann Driver Susie Feldman Sharon "We've kept this in a moderate start as low as $11,83," ions The besutifullv-tsun
: be held Monday night at Venice Gardens Recreation Freeman, Janis Curwood and YvonneWolanskl price range but have worked What the Resort Shop does clothing/ should delight Ir
I: Telephone l 4BB-2280 Center at 7:30: p m. with the six young A late entry in the contest is Patti toward offering our --u.t"'T'rs: t offer Is "classic" clothing for woman, and the acceseon"I
ladies pictured above bring included among Ann Knuckles a look of 'distinction.' We carry -| every occasion from sportswear handbags and jewelry) will
such nationally\ .knnxn linen' of the shorts and slacks Just the correct note to i I"
I MORE PEOPLE ARE READING) as McMullen.Cole of California I variety to the handsomest ensemble
I I and Juene Lelgue to nAme I
___ BEAU'S ..- ta AND SUBSCRIBING TO THE GONDOLIER three. We also cater to 'petltes'
Committee Heads To

40 MILLION WOMEN SEW IN THE L O O K WHAT WE. NAVE .. a To E'wood Legion Reporll

ENGLEWOOD Englewood I I membership census now t
: WILKINSON Legionnaires will assemble in derway
With thousands of stores the Legion headquarters on I Win te r dance chslrtri
-,-.". ,,, showing attractive clothes /. 'O McCall Road Monday night for I Legionnaire Bill Schultz, r
:.SWOlt l) ., .I the '
STILL ; their monthly business session report on public dane;
!T TAKES be held on Friday night. F('
half of the females sew will be I 21, Washington's Birthday,
Committee reports
FOR THESE REASONS: PRESICION MADE GARDEN TOOLS submitted by the various chair Commander Eccles says }hIs
Every woman should have look of own men and Post CommanderClark I gratified to note the tu
Rust Resistant Sword Steel, That Stay Sharp For Years Increasing attendance of trr-
!y "Originality" One-of-a-kind look. THEY ARE THE FINEST, MOST EFFICIENT TOOLS Eccles to make urges a special all legionnaires effort lent Legionnaires at the Le

to attend\ this meeting. I on Bay Post gatherings it
TOE EVER MADE renews his invitation to a
Sewing is a creative Past Commander Don
jourrung legionnaires to i
+ a true feeling of self Weekes will review the cur
t- expression ALSO Monday night's mateas
s rent activities orhe Ergle-!
WILKINSON the guest of Lemon Bi
wood Boy Scout Troop sponsored
4+ Better clothes the reward Post
is by Lemon Bay Post
v:, better fabrics, tailoring, fitting, RAZOR BLADES Senior Vice Commander Ben Eight to nine egg ::

top styling, color choice for less. I The Smoothed, Sharpest, Longest luting Blade! Lane intensive will membership report on the campaign 1964 measure about one cup.11:1

Lane says he will be -- -
"Individuality" be a fabric collector, I --- GULF GARDEN CENTER available prior to the meeting SELECTUSED
to accept dues and new mem
on which so much depends use unusual
417 SOUTH TAMIAMI i bers applications. Lane will
k G/ ones and enjoy a fashion all yours. VENICE PHONE 488-1331 iI I also give an account of the CARS
v status of the area Legion

r"I :, r, NEW SPRING FABRICS ........- '62 Convert American 400, RiH, At,

r, l unlike any every shown at '60 T-Bird
Coupe, R&H, At

Report to people who are ''62 60 2-Dr.V.RamblerSuper R&H W Sunroof

1 y o- a, rte... ere h Wagon RiH. At,

We love fabrics and have '60 Pontiac4Dr.

i oil I out. Browse, shop and enjoy them. going to buy a new car 59 Ford..., V-8 R&H, ,Galaxie4Dr. R&H Full AT.power


4-Dr. Wagon, V-$, RiH
Peter Pan Dan River in the next 60 At
Shirley, Crown, Va/fex/ days : '60 V. W, Bus

Realtex/ Stevens / / 3 Seats
Riegel/ Klopman, Burlington// .... '55 Nash Rambler

'. Dumaris/ Folkers/ 4-Dr., H, At.


PAN SHIMMER 51 % linenDACRON t Motor Trend magazine's coveted Car of Trend editor lea, ,r '60 Rambler
BLEND Drip-dry finest 45 In. the Year" award was won this year not by declared I?" ,f/' 4-C,. Wagon H, S.
Summer 45" cotton 45" Solids Prints just one ear, but by the whole Ford hue- The full story of 4 62 American
prints. solids Ford,Fairlane,Falcon,and Thunderbird. bowtbeMotorTiend LA, r2editorssnaiyzedand 4-Dr.) Wagon
129 139 "t+ -a Singled out tor special tribute was Ford's itl '59 Chevrolet
159 quefJOllCt'ptoitota1 perform inctiblendof evaluated the cars
169 power and aeceleraUon, handling: ,balance can: be found IB the t B-A 4-Dr. ((6)), S,
and cornering ability, strong braking, end February iaue of 4 '62 ChevroletB.A.
WHIPPED CREAM ROW FORD RACING HELPSBRlttG tmitm durability-as proved competitive Motor Trend And "s Wagon, VPS. PI 1
PETER SHIRLEY victories from coast to coant the full ,
Never any ironing mu A BETTER CAR meaning At, Ac.Ts'lS'CARS".
PAN GO-GO 10096 Dacron Motor Trend citation also saluted! the total perform. an eecanTbs 'r" a
AVRILL BLEND Rayon silk, Solids Prints Most automotive engineers wiD fell you that part Ford!racing program has played m the i found at your Ford Dalw.s!Stop m
Colorful 45"prints line -''lke. the track is one of their most valued testing development of total performance "Rallies, and test-drive a '64 Ford Fairlane. Falcon
laboratories. endurance runs and; !racing cannot be or Thunderbird See for yourself why Fwd
119 139 1 1" 269 For example,track competition led directlyto duplicated by any other form of tasting" earned the title "Car of the Year". '57 Chev WagonR
the following changes in the Fairlane 289
H, PS. At.
119 -- V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons, '
improved dates/ train stronger connecting WlNXlXG POi'WTS scorm Ni 1M3 IlUCAI-WICnOIO COMPmTIOft 59 Chev Wagon
SHIP-A-HOY VALTEX rod and 111 a ((6)) Standard
err -
SPORTSWEAR SPORT FABRIC OXFORD STRIPES Such improvements\ contribute not only to t ttwrwc as as annr '61 Ford 500

POPLINS 39" sanforized, So popular for Ford winning track record, but also to the 2-Dr. ((6)) H, At
blouses & frocks total) performance, ao important to youreveryday Mrsrwnasenurt '
65% Dacron machine) washable. driving. 58 Plymouth2Dr.

l 45" solids Prints 45 ) ((6)) Standard
J: ; h 1 199 solids 100 Inch 119 Ford Dealers offer wide selection :::,. _I I I '50 GMC

The "Car of the Year"comes in 4 sues and 3/4 Picl-Up
M models. And because: of this diversity '57 Plymouth
We could fill
pages your Ford Dealer alto has an unusually wide Why Ford Dtaltrt Declare 4-Dr. V.8. RAH PS, At
POWDER descriptions but the proof Is in variety of trad.-ins on his used car lot. '

I.1,1 1 1:4USL:: e ns the eye appeal, the touch appeal and TryTurn. a.era, "The Year of the Test Drive" 56 4-Dr.Chev V.$, PS Wagon, PB

the marvelous quality of modern fabrics. The "Cer or the Year"awed ..Jul4e rord'i '55 Pontiac
100 :. .. tta4tte total performance. But the term total
I yd. Shop us without obligation. The annew compact Peicoe foe'l ;: o"n;re a' Just cods until you tali w 4-Dr R&H, PS At,
I I new ord, FairlallP,Falcon, or Thunder. 57 Plvmouth
,, bird out 011 the road I 2-Dr. V-8, H, S.
These earl are audI a ehaoge lromwill the '52 GMC

YOU CAN STILL SAVE BIG DOLLARSON you that drive you them reeofmia.:, So come it immediately in Take .when put Us !11/2' Ton Flat

FABRIC CLOSEOUTS! dnve,Lai t 1M 08'1*.Jar tMmNl.,..They'l 50 Ford
64 Feline,fimlly ut, port -cr sprit The Mid.Iil.nt'64 lapse Torque Ford show 1OU a brand 01 total ormanl'e /I' Pick-Up
that'BEFORE tota11'1 newl '5B Hillman


Look for YELLOW CLEARANCE SIGNS in each section. Ford Wagon ,


Simplicity and McCall Patterns in stock. :

We maintain large stocks for your convenience, 1562. Tamiami Trail, VENICE MOTORS INC
488.6787 !
f "I5 S. Tamtaml
;The Most Affordable Fords/ -
la Florida" I VENICE FLA.! _I

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R Guess The Mystery Guest Of HAVE Writer To SpeakTo I Sarasota County CommissionersContinued I

W@fl[ [}(]
be element into of the mystery Feb. 8 Cabaret wilt- GOP Women At( that meeting from plans page for 1)the tablished.Harrison said association President

Injected the hoe.pdel building< drawn by architect: First contribution from any
InternationalC Volunteer'. Guest speaker at the January Sidney Frazier Jr., were presented .I official source will be the county .
I Auxiliary The land, he said The school is
.nnual ball. this i meeting of the Venice-Nokomis proposed buildingwill ;
I eent.h ntroducUon of Republican Women Club will house an office for employ I now operating In temporary
year wit.h the a be Mrs. Edna E. Brinkmnn, es, a student council I room and quarters at Venice.Nokomis Diys 1ilih1I1flDAYSONLY I
mystery guest.The will be whose special edition of "The Include workrooms for the unusual Methodist Church. Joseph Cer
guest a .
mystery, Constitution of the United requirements of the students ard is director.
,-ell.known citizen of the community States," was featured at the including nature room Other officers elected Mon
clues will be the given evening In. S'a September banquet of the National for the study of plant life anda day were Gerard vice-president WWULJU ONLY
rmlttenty! during and Federation of the Republican pet room for animals that I and Helen Bly, secretary.
1 a prize .
his Identity
to Women Clubs in Chica.go treasurer.
"u be awarded to the correct and which has since been particularly interest the Indlvidual The group will next meet to
students It will ,
contain THURS. FRI. & SAT.
gueeser' presented by the local club to .
will be held at Earynns discuss changes In the association
ball 1.300 ft.
The ''l' the Venice and Nokomis pub sq .,
11, Steak House and. lic schools I The construction can begin setup Tuesday at 8 p.m.
arc limited to 300. Res.irvsuons The will be held at' at Englewood Chamber of
ckets meeting
the of materials and
be made by call. 'Ct1t 8' TO 10' TALLCOCOSPLUMOSA
may the Steak House,
Early Wynn Commerce. board of
r Monthly
of work having been donated by
Russell Tilt Casey .
Mra. Wednesday at 12:30: p m. Fol.
directors meetings will be held,
WalterOf 3
Key or Mrs Harlan M. lowing! the luncheon the annual local companies and Individuals 3.99
Mahon Drive. election of officers will follow as soon as the site is es the new president said, I f .1 B
HAV members and friend."ishing

the! grab to bag contribute are asked items to leaveS for d GALLON OAK
at the Venice Hospital SILK 1,59 5 9
switchboard. by Saturday L g g 1 1 6 1 1
The Aristocats, directed by 1 the
Ed Rousch, will play for dancug TO 24" PIGMY
from 9 p.m. until 1 '.rn. HAY BALL brat tickets sold for the Hospital Auxiliary
and a program of entertain Volunteers' Cabaret Internationale ball on Feb. 28 went to DATE PALMS 4.99
ment will be Pr"e"t'd- State Sen. Warren S. Henderson of Golden Beach Blvd. He smartestsWImsuits g g g I
jay Lumley will be in charge la receiving them from HAV president, Mrs. Burnam Jones "
ef the 36 gigolos who, for a Mrs Russell Tilt and Mrs Harlan Walker, ticket chairmen, GUARANTEED
mall fee will dance with the say that the 300 tickets available are going quickly and request -
women guests A regular feature that those wishing to attend make their reservations,
of the HAV balls, throughthe I through the chairmen, immediately The benefit ball will beat ROSEBUSHES B g e g 44c
years this has become one Early Wynn'a Steak House and funds received from the
of! the most popular features of I event will be used for Venice Hospital.

the general events chairman, Mrs Harold said Smith, I (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) are here GLADIOLA BULBS 59"

She also announced there will
t* 15 outstanding" door Lemon Bay AL Auxiliary ; HUNDRED'S OF NEW SUITS
as well as the grab bag

Funds raised from the event ENGLEWOOD The bimonthly have arrIved!
sill go toward the purchase of meeting of Lemon h
needed equipment for Venice Bay Post Unit 276, AmericanLegion O >> One and Two Piece .... $8.95 to $21.95 GREEN
Auxiliary will be held
Hospital. Monday night in the West SUM 10 to 46 Many with Skirts and Jackets INDOOR PLANTS 3 3la 1.00
Room of American Legion
Nazarene CoupleTo headquarters wt: WRK WITH See Our Selection of $2.93 to $12.98 REG. 3099ALUMINUM
Further reports will be sub KNOWLEDGE: WE
Speak HereThe milled relative to the annual POSSESS-- i
poppy sale to be held in Febru- AI-JO Tyo\\ ] BEAUTIFUL HANDBAGS! CHAIRS 2.99
Rev and Mrs O K ary and the Legion annl
Perkinson, Nazarene teachers versary celebration to be held DON'T teetering;
and missionaries to Uruguay, In March. I The New White Patent Leather Bags! REG. 8,95ALUMINUM
are on a furlough In the United Unit President Mrs. Hilda H. OR
States, engaged in deputationwork Clare requests a large attend.' GUESS MISSES DRESSES Sizes 10 to 20 LOUNGE 6.66
among the churches of once of the ladies of the auxiliary I ;' WOMEN'S DRESSES SUM l2'/j' to 24'/' a .
the denomination. Mr. Perkm- and extends Invitation
son will speak and show slides to all visiting Legion auxiliary I rJ..r"rq_- WICKER
at the South Venice Church of members to attend. Elegance Without Extravagance
The Nazarene Monday at 7:30 LAUNDRY BASKET ...
The IK
customary social function !
pm.This will be held at the conclusion I THE COTTON FAIR
Is the Parkinson's! secnd of the unit meeting,
furlough home. They were with Mrs Roy MecM and 234 Tamiami Tr. Venice Phone 483-4743 PLASTIC
lust assigned to Uruguay by Mn'j
Pete Gassaway a:* hosti'
the Nazarene Department ofForeign ..--.. ._
Missions in 19)2 and I g g
were. in the United States in

115748fer.. Perkinaon has had fROM A I MANUFACTURER'S
headquarters at Montevideo
Nazarene imce 1958.Bible He has School directed pastord a. ,

Nazarene churches, and as- !
listed in opening new work.In HAIRCUT STYROFOAMICEBUCKETgfggegg44c
his talks he will describethe SEE!
country and its people and .. E B
tell about the work of the I
Church of the Nazarene there.
His message will] be emphasized HARDWARE the 1964
by the showing of slides of to CARD TABLES 3.59
the I I I I t
native people and the coun- t
Mr and Mrs. Perkinaon served VENICE IMPRINTED
earlier as Nazarene missionaries From "Soup to Nuts," we have
in Bolivia and work. everything want at the Venice Shopping PARADE OF HOMES BEACH TOWELS 1.99
foCI for a time on the Western you I f 8 1 e t
Latin-America district in Mexico Center. To add to your "one-stop" shopping

Mr and Perkinson the United is States graduate I pleasure we, the Merchants, offer you courtesy, at i:I TOSS PILLOWS\ 99c 9 9

of the Kansas City College and efficiency and economy. 8 8 8 8 8
Bible School at Overland Park,
It naas. Jlf graduated from E EAST GATE LADIES' AND MEN'S
Bethany Nazarene College. HARDWARE
Brthany, Okla. THONG SANDALS 49c
The public in cordially invit 1 g g 1
lei to this special service, MODELS

Before Or Buy You See Rent open forINFECTION II IIF. THONG SANDALS 1 g g 3 39c 9 i




I & H GREEN STAMPS I I 1 10-1,00 0


g 1 g g. g

Water :

WhY rent or buy anything I I ELECTRIC ALARM CLOCK. 2.99COAT'S
bed when it costs
no maT EISS'S

Soft-Iron Free I g e g g
\ I

24 Hours Water lADIES' SHIFTS 2.99
a Day. 8 g I

Rental With 1.99

Option To Buy t g g g f

*Automatic. Softener Miracle equipment Wa- PLASTIC HANGERS 6-49 6 e

removet hirdneu and I

Ai low SaT Per

II .. .. Month PRINTED TOWELS 77 e
g g 2 f

Autom.tic SOUVENIR
Sulphur r. I

As morel low.quipment. BEALL'S' EPARTMENT STORE i ____ BOXED CANDIES 7ge
$ Par _
3 __ 8 8 8 8 I
a. . Month I ____


217 Your Moneys Worth More At WOOIWORTH'VENICE I ,II!
Seaboard Ave.
Offices> in Venice Sarasota
Land Bredenton I ; 1





Venice J q ado1.e't. -6 Teen Smoking Dow n,, Most Shun Habit

fourth chatinr fci* cigarettes
14OFFSTAGEj A o* :" e70 11/&n! the gull More than half of .
By ECCEVE GILItEETrrewdea it be-cw :5 the aje tmoked DeM they ,
race' Or rat ..u.FI.DI cd tM .>t>1.II' men '
and l* the percentages bought cica.t
I' *. Gft ert TaubB.aearck c.arrtte. Ol.. ,
fir ae.eaM ",. It _"" -t... .. r ..ru crease but remain below the 2* "em and 1 the counter mad their" .
-- .. __ .t,. I be. I they .eMJT, while only JO per caw Purchase
i cant tovaL By the time at a drug store
r.. ., -- ., per Ml i into that cate- Oi er
=.. '=- I By Teea-artr may well: have are 1t 17 percent or almost of the girls preferred place* were are! %,p.um.rtet .
recest' find- half of the people inter $*7- and the
". - .. ww.w.r w J beee affected by youn smoker* let small)l lad( '<1
r ..- 'r.wr o.v w of the oremmeat oomnmatami r..w.4 said they ---. Where teenage j* itore.
... 0Ve varie* <"
Few rkata S>..kersI their ci,*
1UTlONAl rCnOItAL "us8Lgb School hat serial rehearses on at tradiucBSetuor laakanc cigarette* to Very .. teea-acers 5.. tat almost all shun tM
I a. Casa Pry inner the directorship of George Matharcu&a let cancer I I IquaUCiM ...0isaam amokenTbe veadmf machine M too espm- PRACTICAL LADY
lt ,2: T"! at the Vas One of our repeat survrv "nvelBelatively! fta of three MocvES Iowa
director u VHS and cirtaaicer aw croyp avenge younf person of DES r trI! ) \
of Ills boy and gate matte .ek mtemewed yars Mobs. .
The Jeatert smoked 77 ocarraes: per w tudoy.IIc young Dee poe-:' .
.. U, abdicated tfcatoaly s 4
kJ1D This \\-car' Sloan Oast! Play will be "The Howe than a ag* &zty-4wo per amt of the puts I age of Douflss Durham bo.rhi t :i t,
t. I d P.b44'. 21 oes*, lew thaa nethree. from members
9. Etfrtor a" per smoke
of the boss u>- they package
E4.cd ., : and M oral one-pound eof '
JUared. a vtaderful coa dy about ta* myth.c: couury i per there is a (f ,\
snete This 17
m now IS aeertrast > but at
... w' 'iI. bearEdo.. ; dialed they smoked leis than the family supermarket for
ebach a
Grand rtBwicm, a wi mmpi w VMMT 10 M a IK* which the Dumber a T10,1
survey m
G.orp. %..r.A .....smq. .....cRoper I undermined, flee piratinf af n* prsat.al .1 ia1. a wise shim that S per om of the I 90 cafarettes each seek Lent i carp increase their cig ret1e tinswar tend-off
called -Grand Pia(." 4IIcIarft: war sac the CuM Skat*. The than one fifth of the tf'f'n4' who get "Sir,"' said a solicitc _
teenage .
loierviewed the -
lCilboy, MK""ic..1" Stap.'ss.d.; '"l l1r treo-acen were B, the aeof I'1 .
after anirftahU dots of Grand who smoked were dasBfied at
re- a.ytis obtain aid t ** I fallen in to Durham Just "
I cnoker seems to have f ,
iimoken, that it t4.ryThe "
RJJ6CBIPTI:'s '" '."X5; 1nir: K3t per rear OS ptr I Y.. Is slew of this decreaw and heavy I into t settled routine of pur- cup will serve four '
to saasrths ti T pt _.Rt BOBJM) :d t' nu per copy Out of '|I G.. Eddy TSBMC HJ{* stater ha* be** rant m the ruled 1M eoMrweny surrounding : bays were hearjrsnck -
CItIIIMJ. M-2S per year $4 S:: per ti nccuu n per three month : Tally Bascam*. renwjckit= forest reads adactad. u lead" ocamte smok&g by persons I --4
the avrasson form Jaaia Butwuk. alto a laainr. a.* arc all of an ages s ought be later
.. --..> of the cast MIl crew has .besi cat a* Glon- estmg to note a few basac fact
' Mr. Lodge For President sans X the deJifhtfuCy yuung ruler af the land.. nan* and about tie average tse>rage ,
I charming but stirred<< lamigh i* rwaliae teat all a last uoat smoker

A asp's.ep+iMs4 by 44.. _e of J Ric/.d J.d- abe acu ..naq.n. Be did not start rtcksg for

.... 4rots .Nee H rptMi. s.s is bra lni ........-d htaiqop cast is a large one and ncsadet may more natasgfighres any pansruor reason has par PRESENTING THE FOLLOWING
h.V., CID.4 toeq- Is w." Repibl.cas. sl.oaldcorns. I depicMd a* gcnarals steamand sfagMr wbackv eats probably smoke and M
aoeausL Vesuc Higa hat sbowa itseH sore of pti'uliafaiig food bas their to smoke
f N.
... 45 __ P esoeyr L'dOOl L Jo"- tree .
drama as witnessed by, the VHS Jesters pmducUBn of *1On J. rnce. less than four pack 1964 LINES
Mr. J.c i'r. is M.pmq .... +ubc for A.nb.a.do'Loop. I Act nay at die Venice Ijolt Theatre raoeMly. to were weekly) aDd be buy his e'.f"

for *ht ,...pI. rw_ M 0 oe.s'+ HI* .... poIi+cal per this too sell be a hjt.It reties over the counter. probably OF
tso..4 6t.i..too* Rocirtelw.4; s- Icy Gold- j -- at a drag store rather
is very to sae tfce aBhaana aH awrecrarjt than from a vending machine
+ ..-, cossoo..d .... GOP's M 4'D.'$ rv-er1 is .Nee H...> cnoourafa'
nature disp. ywi .by die VLT m as choice af Tie DIary FwUewnf The Leaden
...,.', weoni.9 p 0".J pr.r.cr.l penny.Tn.s I' of Aaae Fraek at its foarth show of the ISrtM anion Wehr I More than hf of that teenage RESORT & CRUISE WEAR
aJwars majaudted that the decision to limit die choice
w _.y *Io is bane J.ctaos i ..aw-+ smokers said they ud cot
of play. son the most part to light comedv !has not taken
of A.ro> .._.. Ucoe .. .s. RM.bliun; wry'isq tan ban I adiunag of the wealth of talent m actors aad directors tradabac I aa.c.tI, the bad> farted McMUUEN
: for tt. *...J so rr14)orsb. I snokicg or had DO answer tt PICONE
cno.t *> p.fy i p.s.C a our si a Tiut it a IW'Pbe nglat direction -EVAN
the Qurstioa. The E'ft' cc>ro
"i+ +h.r n.75a. Mbeu.eoor Loop. ooetrt KerI I The gory of An** Frank is so well kaowa that it wauU beaperdous I mon reasons gives was neacU STACY AMES

i'-i of t", JEUNE LEIGUE
o..+;.I c.sd4.'eLew l life< bv taleeted and gifted attars j *nx4ed. ooe-UXh of the -MAJESTIC
I'' After accnMhitg of a taject ,search the rote of AMe wts 'i I Boo-cnokert said it wat ':o
;.,. a.. fact ,>.. Mr L.00ge possess a o fiisq,,J..d ,. woo by Elks Pam of Sarasota Elate u a very taJented sng 'feel htf" TV smokers >em-
record rf p.oblic we he is .M"s.i .. ..., pro i.. er aDd daacer and hat had state experience. mclud&r the i, idea disagreed however tm.i COUNTRY SET
Repair.is i pi''l' 4ww.crp. T...... .1 Ione a ano.9a *. rme 01 Below K.jer IB "T .. Uiracle Worker" with the Manatee : five per cent supported this -COLE OF CALIFORNIA
oo.r.f ...... Plavers Baying done this role and done A with a gust rtaaoo.Tweerrt\ .
I deal of distmmoa siKvid go far IB prepanrw glee for the I ... per cent of tie -lADY ARROW
And t.owp S--+ar G001 ..... ando Ge..s.o Rodsrefl. .qua/y diffjc-jh roie of Anne Tram Director Mike Cappt bas I Emokr said they smoked for

... upMnq w. Moot .'..' .- .sd 4... m.- "r. I his bands full but tfary are lorucate,, capable bandsMHigh I mhos meat but U per rem as- -ERANIGANSnd

TV .d radw p.ue."y. *... w _.y .#.0'11 .'9" _. matted they e smoked- ''to be ale "rusy crKert.DRESSESfrom. .5 SY
tt..... yen **. wsaon TKry'II b** and it loots tile --r eeer.cv+e :x. indicating sheimportance t
d the ; cdthe
oood boot rt <*. vrtiivg tiv.t f_ Vc.J.es.o.nRcsd / approva. 11.95 Y

, ; hCiae. will' .9 pet' .*<. ftod. School l lNews li i Of pew the crouP young people who SHORTS from 6.95 ..., J

: smtie. SI cent toad their
... per
And W. w s M1 es" r .o'M tr .. 011O 1j rwthen smoke of arettet, and BLOUSES from 4.95
a.8o.o. j were ssxikrT la contrast
to this only! 38 oem of the PetifetJuniors i
Mr J.u- P4.- He-" r-e i. ... .r4.bl!. end V; 'raoc.atsl aoo-smciker
stale their oother -
I bass i nst. Wk.* t M KM to tf .110. Trtt.s smoked and Mi per rent .
.6* Loop..k.. _, bolt iti' I rich; Ke. vont be.c- said their fathers smoked! Mines --'. I
uufwl ill 4na ... fret fI_ .... ..+-.. pohtica By DIA.SE IXMLVBT tad GEE EDDTTowt Ye!':y few of them were Womeq
of 'f'j do better neat time "' acre heard from VESUuciday stnokitf :IB define of pKremaorders -
-.CIeDu wfaea turned woeful F rr -ve per cent of \ Hf! Sizes
they eye* upuo the pewits r"k
Proud Day' For Englewood of It-week of study toev report cards I the lS-rear had their parentr okay wrU:

tvgwood s I orgh ewl Ls4go.np; w'n....+y Dr Led* Savre tit over 1MmbJy "A; perud Monday the pcrctnufe Icft1lCLf to DO r r
at the aged 11
to abcw u* American citizen tad atdmta, the
.i.os. peop:' Wr es o.IIeta"i': .ci f re* p.o.. cootrastbetveoi At m-trht be expected arr.ce. r
our: educattocal svaadirdt and those of other 'tiaderoeveteped
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\.a coiatne Representing the '-Chan of w-:' itf is znore comr-w a=,"*{ THE RESORT

iw t4.w a; .. .b..dsu:! or boo, _.s dw as+ .-.d Dr S4yre placed special emptasu on literacy and literature boy than Falls and m"rkwfwith
TturtT-twc. ratP.
W T kv.o.y w4.. .--d no p.c.p. IJ. Cartes Vice Sophomore have-bees-added to THE TOMAHAWK of the are boys. but 0nhv per 36 percent 205 W, Vemte; A"e.
-I: 247( Vr-d eV Haw ex.b.d. pia cJ 44.
twwp Miff cf the gilt. were smok ,
to facilitate puhbcaucia of the b>."ky PIud to i
,1.250.000 build am year's statt. TSoM caoaeti are: Lmda Macer Jane .". I

1\,. .., 4.. w..T +wie fb.+ .n.ry b. Norcnci. Nancy Taylor. Susan Bahrv Susan Taabmdtr Cya- Very few of the younger> teeo- MEW i/ERCHAWSE! ARIVJNS: DAiLY
smoke The FLEE AXhNG W PARK :i
pecreoUjeat (
toW Sc&epp. Charles Cupp. Rodney Curry and JiixsU Godenate.a opera r+ rlaC
flee, e.1 pl.o. 1.9 a0.ph 4. bold: $t.s ..18.Tb.w the 1J- and 14-rear-otd level I

.... -r. ) so.civs4.q bolt ..on +4s* ObAso + -- smoked a pack a cay or more. I

.w ...r1.r.d a tr_.re or ,1-i009 f.llowshp a Tbe HIctlitkU Board. donated fcr the Cast of St and Jo- 1
150.4 sr_ p.A COlt+ b tIooM V5. trrs4os' *d .. in.po.Ais rated condition on the west end of the gym J btu.g put into worming Ii
: l'be Student Cmaxn; to advertise!
: cJ ;jar f.. ,..." a po .... ,..\\ity 4od.y.Tb. Another Student Council project well under coming say events is the

sal 6-ws.Kc" -.. eI .11 ... ..- .pr-+afi.w I scholastic: trophy case which wa* designed by the mechanica*

of --r cMc such s.+icI 0'9 .e +.o. is tows s.cl'. I I erawirg built by the das abop. under clue mctructioa under Mr of William Mr Healy BuretThe ) and is being Bank

ed e. by .. 4. Ind "bro.d vp "t*...it you"of --

l. .. 4 4s-. bead or s.p." Ior$ tan E9:wood W.Hr March of Dime u a cause considered worthy Vy the

GseidW'ehcA Keyette at they have dx: ied a great deal of their tm and:
don.s0 a. Monday and VENICE FLORIDA
they aided
c.elt'9 _. >< said be s'c: if fe.tl..ooe"a mothers in their annual collection, and fcJo donated aj area the
fs..pirit 01 _toy 4.ii.r.h.p. c.ould nab off 00 Inv.a irofn from their Monday evening Bxxenaaroy to the cause

bci n.ipl.bort woulda f t you l&e a L'-donu to a dozen nice f "cab ,
doogbouts tetra right to your doorstep each: Saturdtv .,
momitg at no char,.* Of course you would, so give .:
Mrs. Tippit Gets' Ad\ice your nearest Eeyeo member a rang and place your order. "
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U-t. J D. "ppit, e.;ef end poised: widow ef 0 W C.l lt.s! Orcus.One of the biggest, corning events is the HTJB Brothers -
po cans .:. *.. > ... spoaaored br the KJWUU aDd to be bes,J on Feb 1
by t tmp c ...5$II of r ev;d. ICeoM Tickets for the .
to be held at 4 aDd -
a.dy. five r.ce t ovet* .f North Port Chorl+'e.Sb. I* obtained from any Kerere. Key Oub or Kiwanis I p member m may i.. w+ ntea. Y

e m e to ,--... 41. M..dtl of V.Ior .. -snj her game Also held en F.t'ill bt the Student.Facu.tv Bitkeba.uwtr '! .
!htb.nd I during 8IJs period m the gym The guts: t..sltf'tb
by t* N. .n.l Pelic HH of Fame red Mw will; per female
**d. 'o tit p H IK <... e.dit.* o" of t*.* plaaut p' crop be a very interesting fa.r.11ate4w mr-r-bet-,. of the faculty in what should
.tv.. !I.H h.sb*vd cm .t* Kroll of One Pol*. Hill of FameMn. .

Ttpp it alNt rouioed1.' ,
1 .pr-+ np ecbvti -
..: os eoll.c ted bjr *.>. Police: hell of Ftme. to add to

H>e IbOO.000 sec and .K.. fmil, .ke. dy b... nc..d fra.pewo.s ,. ,
deri rc.."4''ic tor4rib..o.t ,r

Whew; __ e..Ift i"'o 4b. rn.rJ..os.y. 44..1..1tr.

ere pi.: ,.ty 01 .6..ic.e--i.; ., 4o 'ell t+.. recent' rn..4 81&akCANDIES
to do v.+, if.1.4i j f

Tppit tan the .POd .... e..ilo. .... will coMwt to
t.. mooWly .. they did/ b.for* .W MVolmaRjimbeBdct n. .

doM by Ue H_., er..1d. 111.. s..... ....,.. h.. .. -
s3..o + to r.... on.

One "'99Ht Oll. wKick: bMi rasa. "k.i Ue m.j. rX.t i A. *. oiled. ban{ a $0.
portion of roe* money be put into a fund for tK. ftml. I aso4. c..Iy, .n '- .,treys offwd +hn.idsss

I ei.*.... poUc rm..be. fill l| w tKe line of ditty but .. huts I of this' ..... I d: !.....Iy"co.. For 31
II I J'' .ctee\tar nd 1 leu pubRciMd crcinrtancei.TW t t...k Isis yarn the Vanks-Nokomu
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Board To Meet 01f .id, w. lwit. yo. to consult wi4h!! .

I Monday w. sp tiaral .. r.*,7a.., oJ eo"'HCol;
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The February :ec.gtj..I1.ovuw.{ rf
board meeting of the Yenta I' All chairmen are requested .. Jwproor-.f Personal
Hospital Auxiliary toumeert I by the preacher lin, Bur Automobile Conrn.rcLf.LIIIat
will.I be held Monday, .t 10 t m narn Jones to bring reports of i
at the comnuouty room of Sar |hour* worked in January by -
I'' sect Federal Saving and 'individual volunteer. SATeN HEARTS

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a design that allows you the "INDooR.OUTDOOR" life that this climate affords. I 'f

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HALEY REPORT Asolo: Orchestra Rebels Quartet Returning

I U. S. Standing Firm In Panama SituationBy Appears TonightAt To Venice Shopping CenterThat I

REP. JAMES A. IIALET ama now would open-the doorto agents* in other nations of the self-respecting and demanding 1 mit passage of our largest warships Gulf Theatre ever popular Gospel
Cuban demands that we do western hemisphere the respect of other., than that or of the new supertankers singing group the Rebels p,
I am glad to be able to reportto but old Moreover, the lock system i I. r
likewise with regard to the I would say at this point that of a rich naive man of the Quartet, atdtherVen- ,
those of you who have been makes the waterway highly Tonishf: performance I
Guantanamo Naval Base Our Is kind of foreign pol- who mistakes for affection the Chamber Or- other appearance ilr
disturbed by the Panama situation this my vulnerable to either air attackor 17-member Asolo March
entire military position In the in with selfish desires of his friends will be ice Shopping Center on
which is all of you, I a policy dealing surface sabotage chestra at Gulf Theater today by
Caribbean would be affected other nations in our best inter- and neighbors to get hold of his 20. it *a* announced
.suspect, that the outlook now adversely if we bargained a- ests, uninfluenced by rambling money Surveys have been made of the only Venice performanceof this > Charlie 1 Coombs, publicity iu
U that the United State.. government way our rights in the Canal thinking about\ what this stepor I might add that one consideration possible routes across northern the Asolo to group Ward Wright;"ri, chairman of the Center' Merchants -
for once, Is not according
goIng Zone and at ,
Guantanamo Nicaragua- Association.
Colombia across
will do to our"image"
that step ultimately will place of the sponsoring Optimist -
to back down and president
Costa Rica, and across south Rebels Quartet is considered
Moreover because it has In the eye of the of Roberta Bay, The
concessions aimed at letting been officially established that world. That word image the controversy with Panama ern Mexico. Of these the Colombian dub concert, previously by many to be one of
book Panama, politicians off the Castro-trained communist agents has become a horrid word, a in a more tolerate perspective.The I route would be the scheduled A second for Feb. 20, has been the leading Gospel singing
played leading roles in the coinage of Madison Avenue's time has arrived when this least costly. But the Mexican groups in the country today.
Involved In our official deter. Panama rioting to yield now Advertising. Age But for myself country must give serious route offer attractive possibilities cancelled. with the chamber They appeared at the Venice
tnination to atand firm againstthe to Panama'* blackmailing tactic If we must be concerned thought to sponsorship of a for a partnership deal orchestra Appearing on the 8 pm. pro Shopping Center last year and
extravagant demands of would be to invite a stepped -I about our image in the eyes of sea-level ship canal across with a government substantially today will be the Asolo tang before a large and appreciative but
Panama is more than the security up Cuban program for the the rest of the world, I would Central America. The Panama gram composed of audience. Their nearby Tampa travel 1 (j
self, of the Panama Canal it. i I training of saboteurs and stepped rather that the linage of Uncle Canal actually is obsolete more table than some other String Paul Wolfe Quartet, Mrs., Lota Mundy return to Venice was by popular I over the country, putting ..1
To knuckle under to Pan- its 110-foot locks will not *. performances mainly before/
up activity by these Red Sam be that of a strong figure per- and Ernesto Epls- request.
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I Dr This Henry is the James second, violist in the Ven- Two Meetings Set By ]

SEE THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN ice series Lyceum of six Fund'program musical The Heartl

group is also sponsoring a *' Council At VG
rice of six travelogue The use ,

THE of the theater I la being William donated Mit- A two day program "Diet Sarasota Cardiologist, wli'
by the owner
moderate both panels. HevJ
To Heart Disease -
Its Relation
chem and the stage was enlarged and
64 speak about "Sodium Restrict.)
VENICE last fall to accommodate sponsored by the Sara ."
this presentation IOta County Heart Council will ed Diet For Cardiac
Tickets may be purchased at be held today at 10 a.m., at The Sarasota panelist wL
be Dr. William L. Page,
Community Center can
the box office prior to the performance the Sarasota
or from Optimist and tomorrow at 10 a.m. diologlst who will dismal
Club member. Frank Bemm at the Venice Garden Recreation Diet and the Reduction a
Weight In the Obese" MLGlady
Is chairman of the icrlei Center
program Dr. William E. De Porte, Mason, Director of t thl,J
Dietary Department of Sari I
"PARADE OF HOMES"OPEN C iota Memorial Hospital; are:|
Miss Lottie Oliver Director i:
NOW IS THE TIMETO Sarasota County Visiting Nun|
ea Asso. The panel will upla"polyun..tW'ated
FERTILIZE YOUR fat diet!. hwl
these diet are differentiatefrom !

FEBRUARY 1ST 1 TO APRIL 151 -1 0 A.M.-5 P.M. DAILY LAWN al use as of well saturated polyunsaturatcs as cardiac fat die diets In't nOM,, air II::.

how today' diet can affect t It-
SHRUBBERY morrow's heart health.In .
Venice, the panel will h.
------r CITRUS TREESWITH elude Dr. Samuel 0. Sagt,,
------IrT cardiologist; Mrs Pat Rickej
I Director of Venice Hospiu
The Cardinal I I OUR V.C. 666 FERTILIZER Dietary Department; and Mil

" 2 bedrooms, teperated ..?. i t. The Starfire II "Especfaf/y/ Mixed For This Area With Julia Venice O'Keefe Visiting, Director Nurses or Asa( tie

for privacy. 2 bark, ei!r. .... 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 All Secondaries Addedr' Mrs.home demonstrator Katherine Blackshei for Florid

conditioning and electric ( i f p i -iI'I'' ear garage and large Power end Light and Mr-

'her+. Built by Harley p! :, : laiMt. Built by Don Heath Catherine Love, home demos
i stration Agent for Sarasoi
County will be present at bar\
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FERTILIZER there are any ftpeci''
questions the public would lik
answered please call 9">5-93i!
or mail them to the Sarasou
County Heart Assn. 2020 Kn
thorne St., Sarasota.
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3 bedroom 2 baths'' ,< I I 2 bedrooms 2 baths"' fib. STORE usual method of Identification

2350 square feet under L. erglasi foil backed insulation by a customer Presenting
check he
roof. Built by Gulf Coed N MO welkin; dowse. : .TAe Complete Garden Center" false teeth pulled and out passed his upp then

Development and Build Built by AJ Welch. 2'48W: MIAMI AVE. VENICE PHONE 418-3457 over. His name and addre'i
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home." hi the selling I la Lauder Pitts
I Pitts' Sorrento Shores 5-Year-Plan' Ahead Of ScheduleTwO The Pitts residence Is a an active member of the Venice
showplace. It ia a perfect example Jaycee and the Venice .1tor
of the gracious, ;yet unpretentious Little Theatre He has his real- .1
living, that is sym- ,' license and is a vital part I
TwO years when residents of our area, partic Pitts la now busy with the bolic of Florida, It is a home of the family organization in
,II dcvrlopE'r C E. veter.1 ipant In our community affair clearing and Improvement ofa that belongs to people who love the development of a parcelof .
Shore and .
Sorrento) purchasers and consumer '...IiaitaeIt.
bought second 80-acre section Just their home land that pretty much
It would take fivesided years I Ipo.slblY of what the merchants one quarter of a mile south of On hand to assist his father ."
have ,
to offer
10 cell longeroFebruaryuwill : This is not Sorrento Shores. "I just didn't I Iabt -- -- IF Iy Iz I Ii
only a fair barometer anticipate the tremendous response l
J1'Isrk the .econd anniversary of the growth of this we've gotten on the
of Pilt'a ownership and to area but It Is also a guide to original 1 site I didn't realize It
dale, 112 loU have eventually the desirability of this delIghtful would 'grow and go' as fast
afiirh1f, neans that development that lies just as it has," he explained. "In .d i
will become four
/ new families miles north of Venice. all of this 00 acres only three 1
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THE CARDINAL by Harley Whit/ eaker a : SOME ONE WILL BUY EM

VENICE FURNITURE SORRENTO SHORES Developer C. E Pitta present developer Pitts says he is amazed WE MUST SELL THESE CARS NOW
CO. 17 Years of Good Service (right) and his son, Lauden, study plans fora that his original project west of U.S. 41 would
new, 80-acre tract to be cleared and improved "grow and go' as fast as it has since he WHOLESALEPRICES
a quarter of a mile south of their started two years ago
lots have been sold from the building homes that they will 1961 VALIANT "200" STATION WAGON
outside All the others have live in for the rest of their 1960 CHEVROLET DOOR, STICK
YOUR HOME IS OUR been bought by people who just lives. The ownership of land 1959 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON
CONCERN stopped by looked and Is the ultimate "stake" in 1960 PlYMOUTH 4-DOOR.. STICK
then bought"Florida each individual's part of this
Living country. That Is why the man
who is selling land must
Sorrento Shores is just what appreciate -
their slogan implies "What how vital a part he
You Would Expect In A Home. is playing in our American 1958 PONTIAC, STAR CHIEF
WHETHER site, You'll Find At Sorrento heritage" 1958 FORD, 4-DOOR
Shores. It is the "Florida 27Ut Tract 1959 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF
Living" that the uninitiated are ,'
BUILDING NEW Pitt home town b Montgomery -
< < prone to underestimate. Ala, and that is MOST OF THESE CARS ARE ONE
Located about a third of a
where he got his first start as
mile from the Gulf of Mexico E
a developer. He has owned
there are numerous waterfront
I,property from Miami to Panama -
lots and
DWELLING It Is one waterview spot where homesites the viewer City in this state and pointed $ $ $ $ $ $ I
out that Sorrento Shores is
can't avoid being near the
his 27th tract of land and the
water or the accessibility to
WHETHER Fifth that he has personally\ developed -
bathing beaches One of the
in Florida
most important factors to ) WOOl
ENLARGING a' j every land buyer in this area "I've just about seen all of
should be and is, at Sorrento Florida he said, "and it
MODERNIZING : 1 ''b Shores, the high elevation\ of didn't take much seeing for us
\ t the property to decide that this South West
REPAIRING ; "Selling land la a formidableand Coast area was what we loved
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Go To Miami Meet\ i
Catholic Mission Sets Wigs For The Ladies ShownAt i Miniature Trees I

Monday MeetingSet I Mrs George committeewoman F. Gibbs, Demo., I II era chairman and Warren of the M.State GOOdrich Defllo, 1

I Junior Section ExhibitAndre To Be Discussed I cratlc repiesenting Kate Sarasota County, cratio Executive_Committee,
By Citizens will attend an executive board ..
Officer InstallationThe dinner committee meeting in Senior Citizens
of Sarasota, rid ? stylist due to the diminishing supply Bonsai, the oriental art of Miami tomorrow.
Band Radio ClubA presented a program on of hair suitable for wigs The :Stowing miniature trees, will Plans will be made for a Meet Wednesday
first officers of the nplealabliahed \\". the annual membership tea and wigs to the Junior Section of I best, he said are made in Germany be discussed and demonstratedby statewide 1M4 presidential din Plans for the year's aetivit,..
Catholic Mission social hour to which nil womenof Venice-Nokomia Woman'a Club and France. Mr. and Mrs. C Georgi, ner on Feb. 28 at the Fountain- of Venice Senior Citizens \OlD
meeting of the newly or- Monday evening. specialists in the art, at the Beach at be discussed at the
Guild of North Charlottewill
Port the parish and winter visitors He exhibited examples of the Mrs George H Boyd Jt, arranged bleu Hotel on gmaD't
ganUed Citizens Band Garden Club meet- will business meeting
be Installed Tuesday in the are invited Lemon Bay which President Johnson Wedneid.at .
will be held newer styles on models. Rent the program and refreshments at St. ,
Operators Ing Monday at 10 a m. 1-30: pm. at Venfct
Church Catholic
Hall of the
Hostesses for the Willert Gibson Lola were served by speak. ""
meeting Arlene and
here Monday in the ,.Community David's Episcopal Church, Englewood Gov. Center.
Church of the Epiphany by will be Mesdames John Detch- hostesses Mrs Robert Hardee Dinner sponsors are
Soles, and brought out the ,
t Room of First Federal Sayings senior
I.Irs. Charles Ockelman, Sara- emendy, Thomas Walsh, Justine and Loan Assn. at 1:90 I fact that with increasing popularity and Mrs. Larry Smith. Mrs Farris Bryant. Sen. Spessard All area cllUrna "."
iota, president of the South : Mr and Mrs. Georgi are Holland Sen. George A. Smath- Invited.
Cecil, Gerry Cellura John p.m., and will continue to be and mass production, Raymond Edge was in charge I i ,
West Coast Deanery, St Augustine from Cleveland Workshops
Pass Louise Cahill Daniel held wigs become more expensive of table decorations
on the first Monday of -
Diocesan Council of will be held on the subject
Walsh, Clarence Haley, Margaret -
each month. CENTER
Catholic Women. this year
Mettlach, Elmer Wolf,
The DCCW is a unit of the and Cmdr, Dorothy Gale (U.S. The club was organized Jan. I Ten Dental Sholarships AvailableThe At the business meeting Mon. Open 6 Days a Week .'" 1
National Council of Catholic Navy retired). i 10 and elected the following day plans will be made for the
Women, which is a federation temporary officers: State Board of Health ed by the Stats Board of Dental club's first flower show to be OAY CARE-7:30: '.m. to 5.30: pm. ..
of Catholic organizations of I William P. Way. Venice, will receive applications for 10 Examiners. Applicants who are held March 14 and IS at Englewood :INDERGARTEN CLASSES 9:00 ... '
women, established by the president; John Landis, Engle. dental scholarships up until accepted must be citizens and Elementary School ..m, to 11:30 i.m. l r..". "
Bishops of the United States' Dorsey Tischler I wood, vice president; and Al April 15.Only have been a resident of Florida Mrs. Otto Muller is refreshment SEPARATE NURSERY FOR BABIES (f'
The National and Diocesan Young, Osprey, secretary. students who have completed for five years, be of good chairman of Monday's i Months to 2 Yean .>: I \ .
Councils and the Deaneries treasurer The four membersof pre-dental studies are character and in need of financial \
those attending
bring Catholic groups together To Be 1)resenedCitizen the board of directors are eligible for the .scholarships assistance. The student meet and to requests bring their own PLAY SCHOOL DAILY
which are worth $ ,000 a year SCHOOL
for a common purpose to Tom Vming, Nancy Priest, must agree to practice for one LAUREL DAY .
unite. to strengthen, to Inspire. Charles Harmon and Harry R. for as much as four years. in Florida sandwiches.
year a community NURSERYLaurel
develop and assist member or. Showacre Harmon is also High school students are not hockey Includes AND i
formations AwardOne membership director eligible. needing his services for every I Rd. & Old Trail 488-2439

Officers to be Installed In the The next few meetings will The scholarships are review year of scholarship accepted nine lettermen. ---.J

1 :30 p.m. ceremonies are Mrs. of the most excited women be open to nonmembers and
Robert D. Peterson, president; in the Venice area is Mrs their wives.Church.
Mrs Romeyn Utley, first vice Dorsey Tischler, manager of
president; Mrs. Wilfred D. the S&H Redemption Store at
Kennedy, second vice president the Venice Shopping Center Of ChristFellowshio ,
; Mrs. William Garvey, Next Tuesday she will be
secretary; and Mrs Louis F. honored at a special lunch
Csrsten, treasurer when she _null be presentedwith MeetAll
Mrs Elmer Ricker, spiritual SoutheasterlReiional A
development chairman of the Citizenship Award sponsoredby ladies of the Venice United
Epiphany Guild, will arrangethe the Sperry and Hutchinson Church of Christ are cor. r
Shrine for the installation Co at the Early Wynn Lanes dually invited to attend the
Out of town dignitaries attending
ceremony Women's Fellowship meetingat
the affair will be Jackson
Following the Installation, 1 o'clock on Monday afternoon -
Smith, vice and
the program will be presentedby in the Community, Roomof
the Epiphany Guild Libra eastern regional manager; the First Federal Savings
ry committee, in observance of Kenneth Desernme, regional Safn-1 1merchandising U Loan Association's Venice office .
Catholic Book Week, which Is manager; .
ual Lewis, merchandising man.
celebrated throughout the nation Following a social half hour
of the District of.
during the month of February ager Tampa there( will be a business meet-
fire and Robert Hanst, retired Inll'
vice president. All men are associated e
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Mrs Walter Brown will review with The Sperry Hut-
the "book Woman in the chinson Co. Vada Ponce, volunteer coordi e
nator at the G Pierce Wood
White House, by Mariannee Local notables will, Include
Memorial Hospital for Mentally
!Senator Warren Henderson,
Mrs. Brown, a graduate of Mayor Smyth D. Brohard of 111 in Arcadia.
Augustan College, Rock Island Venice, Venice Councilwoman Those ladies attending the
111, taught music in the Blanche Celli, Mrs. Carl Ham meeting are asked to bring
junior high schools of Davenport ilton, president of the Vemce- trading stamps and stamp
Iowa Nokomis Republican Woman's books for the purchase of a
She Is cc>co-chairman the Club, Rockwood Bullard, president itation wagon for the denominational
State Conference Center
Epiphany Guild library com of the Friends of the Library
mittee and has directed the Harvey RohJwing president at Lake Byrd Lodge in
Avon Park.
library for the pan six years. of the Venice Area Chamber
Under her guidance the libra of Commerce Mrs William -- 7"': & : ; ::.a ] s e
ry has grown from a few books Eichelberger presidentof
In several l hundred volumes. the Venice Junior and! Senior Illustrated Talk
The library located .in the High' Schools PTA Edward H
Catholic Youth Center, is open Ruth, manager of Puhlix Market By Missionary
ta the public.Mona.gnnr at the Venire .
Shopping The Rev. Anders Hanson will
George W. Cummings Center and Cleveland Indians' present an illustrated lectureon
is Pastor of the Epiphany pitching Coach Early Wynn. his missionary service In
Church Venice, and the
China and Taiwan at 7 30 .
missions I a : p FR
North Port at Charlotte Englewood and I Everett Case is In his 18th I m. meeting tomorrow at Em.
season as basketball
coach at manuel Lutheran Church.
The will /0(
meeting close with North
Carolina State. The public is invited.

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.IX" THIS CIRCUIT COURT OF THE sod CIIIM at a.ruou couno" J",1 TWFLKTK JUUKUt UttTUJT <>4T Will rata. serf January A. J). Ii... V. Rogers dropped a cigarette
lighter overboard while
IN IHANIKRYCM I ftork ol .... CHrmilt Can.. fishing!
M* 1T.!,1V Kr ,,-.... K..... In a canal.
RKl': PFTTTION: of l>.pulr Cl rkKVANR. Two weeks later, fishing near
UKWTONKOTICB Allornen loP PrtlUon' .ra, the apot he caught a catfish
OF 5evrToo Hull .1 l '.1_ Hank Bulldim.dwaiM He cleaned the fmh and

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THEVENICE &ONDOLIER Kauses For Sob Business Personals 11.1'1..01.. 55,5 fllo4 awuaI MOVING TO FLORIDA?
Rentals I Ik* sM.sbbd. <'.... 5. ,M ....
Misc. For Sole ... vl III.* ..ioN *bJldMnIn ..- tit.... Lowest Rats Bonded Driven Modern Equipment

FOR QUICK SALE take my WELL ESTABLISHED fish DreismakUig. alterations, 4rsswrle wkr, ant tk.*iron IMM ar*th wqulrd...U,xrt te b*slow i..nW4.MM k>* Ratei 2000 Ibt. 4000 Ibk between Venice and
$,300.00 market for *. eta reasonable 4M-11M SINGLE: BED complete with .. .. .
equity for $3 30(I rent. Just walk a **pr N kt fefau**, New York $194.80 $347.60
RATES ash, assume small mortgage, In, paying rent. Due to icness. Harvard frame box spring and I If sw. *POD VANNS, THOMAS *
.,... Cleveland $193 JO S344.40
payable mattress and headboard. ROY UITON Atioraqn t..r rUtt r*.
$3730 monthly (In- Phone 488-4939. SHEPARD Ph. J. r, NKWTUN >.d DORA U. i-kW. Chicago $19480 $349.W)
cludes Interest and 468-1888. TON. W r. O. Ho. ins' a*ais. rtoiM -
Marge Refer. both Tkasday Tat tree One bedroom principal). Den. ..,......... r W- ., ... lop '"'-. U* *rl..i>*l ....*.. Serving a It northern points and/ Florida including" Fort
Mo"d., done home. Buh...., .. LUMBER CO. fill' Ik (Iwk of Hu4 CWn .k .
end rMlrmml, In M Ib.UTM / PLUMBING M *r Punta Gorda Charlotte Harbor Sarasota
2 FIXTURES. Myers Naples ,
Several ,
years old. Heat and .
air .
conditioned KM LM !...>.. 4M-IIIT tut* th ewes du ( rrt.ru.rr. IM4Cnart
.50I2 loaded with all extras I IOGJ N. Washington 8M. Lavatories white and dew.. a .w ha stw.e etc. Writ for rates and cost estimate from any city to
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eeded. Oversize carport. FOR RENTALS Sarasota colored sinks, white and colonad 4+ roar 5.5t155 y .lest. sod. ...W50.WITNxba .l .6...,$4 any Florida point or CALL COLLECT 488-25)

word ", {minimum' )) Owner 11. Aero Ave. North| la Venice Axes call toilet seats white and col. at Raranta Coonlr. ".,.1.... Kilt. TERMINAL VAN LINES
( Port Charlotte. ored. Real Bargains J. W Laos. car .> jaauar. A l\. I....
Additional' Words ea.erIe See PAULfor Moore Co. W. A. WYNNS.FVAMS. ;:, Charven Moving & Storage Agent
Plumbing Phone .
...*A t k4r..t Bdr.' ........... ,.u_-.... CHIPS JOHNSON 488-4450. mews?I ..f...lIL.tho COoea Near,Coste 121 So. Grove St. Venice, Fie,
both ""Intel. v t % Realtor ROOF TRTJSSIS trw CMk w
rttw. ,
CASH C<<1>1 L.a J..5.. 41a esT : THOMAS a VOYUrTON
,lid Monday Editions 306 W. Venice Ave 488-227 Alum. Windows Doon. MYERS PUMPS, piston shallow Attoror. for >loiMi .
SALE BY OWNER Well.kept Contract Roofing & well type, like new. J. W Sui.. It) hI MT risk ftWUiac.8.raMrt .

$SI.4a borne, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. CASEY KEY on the Gull J Phone 488-II3J Venie Painting Streu. Winfield Way Nokomis. ,.... *.I.Florida.rtii ... '".to, F. e. li. seat ....NOW AVAILABLE VOLUME II...
Lovely landscaping Walking bedroom furnished house
((12 word "nvnirmiml) distance to beach and postof. Screened porch. 488-1333. 4H&- SchoolsKINDERGARTEN. I IN THU UKIUIT COURT OF THr
Additional, Word each( Ie fice. 505 Granada Venice 2151. Auto For Sale IN AND POe 145405014COUNTY. A $3.98 ValuaCOLUMBIA
Anr .10.C. ..ee Y ..Ns1rM 100 THE ESPLANADE, H Registernow Sk'l ,.,...... of LP
Iw 0.- 10 ...... N II ,NAN block from) beach. 1 and 2. Wanted To Rent 2 OLD TRUCKS. Both running. for 2nd semester New PAUL THOMAS C1LLJ.1NOTlfK "Record of

,. ...Inwrtloa l..4.I.Nser. .ik.ra.fli bedroom furnished or partly; See at Anderson Electric, low rates. St. Mark's Parish OF SUtt LP Call.ctaiAlbumQuality"
fgy rile ,
TO PROD w. win fa.
affTfe. "*+.nr. *f M furnished. 4385898.BUY VENICE AREA 2 bedroom Ease & Cockrill Streets. Day School. Phone 488-3401 or ,1 0o oJ koo'1' 545 rrA sAwe.
.1. r_ nat of *. eoadJtar P.O. house ......
or apartment. Unfur 488-2186. H. Nw YwS i
;.T..... IS .,11- N ota-Htada. A LOVELY NEW $1.00Tonight
HOME. lao* f Fn.pkintl Dohvoadllaln. only
nished. Reasonable 1951 JEEPSTER Ph.
Pay for It like rent. rent. Call481h1287 488-4363 _.... Now' Yak 12 .1I.t.... favorite,, Including:
T. C.
ONE EDITION EDh.Pilwndty Denman after S p.m. I InstructionGUITAR Y.. ar* karokr BotKIrd .*.. .... Secret Love Ebb Tide,
Building Construction. ,
1957 PLYMOUTH. Good tires oho nriH PMitloao*, S<1I'I Worvorln*
or Monday B.pr Phone evenings 488-5663 or and motor suck shift htnol aaraiol "lor..... ana tited Moon River.Venetian,
$100. .
WantedBOAT PMitioa la tk abo .triad Court far
Per word .__ Bc write P. O. Box 334, Venice. Isabell's Fruit Stand Nokomis LESSONS Including Oh. aduplioa of tk* minor salts ..-
words harmony and theory. Phone Uow5 oM ass w __ Is W.
12 ) : Cleaners
(Minimum 2 BEDROOM Modem house on I 4884412. ....*. wkjr th* .*ai* ahovld not k* t mated
;ASH DISCOUNT 5% channel. Central OR HOUSE TRAILER!: I SELL or TRADE 63 FORD kr ...,.,.. a oopr of ytmr ..Pi....
heat sir for my equity In C.B., 2 be< Galaxie 500 4 door. hartop, drf.. conditioning, Florida room. rooms, 1 bath, Florida Room power steer air conditioning I Legal ROYUSTON, Attonien lor PMltlonor,
arranged. Channel I
200x100 ft lot Trees galore: phone 408-4365. 1OTS. RaraaiUk ITIorlda sod .kv nary UMorlvlnaJ 217 W. VENICE AVE.
Edition, per inch $3.00Both Nokomis, 488.5062. 4S3-1W2. th..W sits" th. Clerk of ..aidCourt
IN 'tHe t1Ol'WTY JUDodY (move kfur tea tooth of rk.piary. .
Inch or dar
Edilipet' $3.50All IN AJ!IJ k OR $ARAw.r4 COIiN"f', VENICE
BY OWNER. Low down pay Boats For Sale ORIOA. IN t-KOVATK 1M41 mkiroio a fMap k*.
ment. 2 bedroom. 1 bath Mobile Homes IN RE KftTATK: OFHUSABtrrH mtcroi.. >nlnit rx> (rantlni aald adoa.UM. .

clarified ad. payable litIdY.1IC1 home in Venice Gardens. Must '58, 19-FT. INBOARD 73 H.P: 45. eMITBA1858140118 W ITNJIJIIII mr kani. and Ik* awl of .. .

,ie.pt .fteblnnedcceufira sell. Phone 488.1827.WATERFRONT 10'x42 AMERICAN TRAILER Valvo-Pinto. Hard top, plywood M rnteu bKrrH-Flic ,.... .Z7.

on beautiful corner lot Harbor fibreglassed top and bot NOTICE: TO CREDITORS:
HOME. 2 Bedrooms Lights Mobilsites, Lot 105. tom. Tunnel stern controlled I TO ALL CREDITORS AND FKRSON
CANCELLATION or dock. m baths garage, either forward or aft 12in. HAVING AGAINST CUA1M4 SAID UTTATCl OR DEMAND 2-speed FRIGIDAIRE
Reasonable. Phone 488-
10x49 FT. MODERN TRAILER draft. Suitable for bay or gulf
ADJUSTMENT 3464. Tea ON h..b.NIf1.4 .... nvttnito "
aqveiti (for cancellation .. 10x16 ft. utility room. nanced.Sacrifice!, 1500. Can be fi nor,HI*IUM set.01.01.10.l .lm M th**M,......d,whtok c< Elm.bas ron. \ rinses clothes extra-clean !
idjuttirvent b.c.ve. of 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath. Florida 50x100 h. lot. private subdivis- 45. ........ kLM>'I. JI. aeNk
ion. Don Stump 488-1809. _, .. .,.
b lefWiday Room. Golden Beach section. 1' Y SuuoU Uw Plow
mor mutt td> In ,Ito .ffk W Hoi. JOHN T.
/ Gondolier/ BEFORE 8Z8 Robert St., Venice Make NEW AND USED TRAILERS Misc. For Sale GRAHAM (._ Cv."l> Jden .Y GIANT ,lire fet5dtlg Wuto r uese ... .... does
otter. Ik* 1.u.", Uwlt H_ >t HcrMnU,
5 pjn. on Monday. For Mon- 15' to 50', See New Moons Fla. TRY DIADAX Tablets (formerly ttorid.. vltklii .ll( MI. <1.F monttrvm 12 LB. .. I mountain atreant
day Gondolier BEFORE S I LARGE NEW 3 bedroom 2 Metro Models. 11. J. Darlington Dex-a-Diet). New name this" KM the.IKKrk ..... *C Ik. tint ..hlloo...... .d underwater Acttoo Zorwashinghdpo
about FfigMtirt
p.IK. M Thursday bath on corner lot. Gulf Sales Nokomis, Hwy 41. Ph. same formula. Only M cents estse d.n..4 unit 151.vetoes ,. TUB a Art I*
Coast' Blvd. Small down pay. 4882608. Dick & Meadows .nd .. dspl,.....t .hol' stsl.M .. get a. your wash fabulously clear1SudsWatM
PHONE .. 1issa 'e __ 554 ""loaodd.
lent. Phone 4882307. ... of tea CW..ti.b.n, M.... Surer Model
la' x 48' VINDALE, ALUMINUM MOBILE GENERAL ELECtric Ie hp ii.. ('I......'" k Io Beene a blo so.v.I0'Mil .
438-3125 FOR SALE or LONG TERM I, 2 bedrooms tiled bath, Dishwasher. Practically ... ha a.osp.oM, bp 51.05nhy WCDAR-64 at extra cost 5748
t., sad ourh .1010. de..4
Lease-Corner, I block southof gas heat large gas tank wall new. Excellent condition.. $93. as r fU" .h.mp" ... ...!d. T!.se tills. f. la SnowtrMt white only. ,
Venice city limits U.S. 41 oven, Kelvinator sliding doors, Phone 488-3373. U's. M Nd.t M tea a.N.5 .f ..10.ud i..
CB 2 bath house originally de. rltlm" farm MW k. <*l.Isd! rear e DeoendaM.1( llt'lh
: exceptional closet space and UM Count JudrVt. alfiat.HrRICNlCI wwJ.tr. 8Y THE MONTHWith
Stwtfy FrlgWaJra
Real Estate signed for 1931 ANTIQUE FORD
conversion and ex. cabinets TV coupe.
antenna awningsovered : SMITH McIIBBENM 01.
ansion to offices or other New tires, battery and new
patio. Not new but repainted Al>tMV FRONTAGE, U. S. 41 Clean commercial use. Zoned CIA.Realtor and refurnished. Nice upholstery. Excellent condition.Tel. ..( ClhmbMk M ItaHA 1 e colero se waste
high, dry. $50 toot Near new location and wonderful neighbors 488-1321 or call at 717 D.eoAAttswmt
troveland Ave I wallue- m.Ir set n-n.
courthouse site. Phone 488- UIO. Byron Markle Ruth May I Lot 150 or call at office pair ..! N.... e'oe.,
484-4708 4881833. HARBOR LIGHTS. allues. new, coat $140 quick Veh. FINN. ELECTRIC APPLIANCEAUTHORIZED
.. ;
Mil 575.BLAND uou.,_
DUPLEX On bedroom -- --- .. 1 J.n l 0. N. 1 e. P el.N/

apartment each tide. Also 1 VENICE GARDENS. 3 bedrooms Help Wanted WURLTTZER Organ<< I SALES AND SERVICE I
2 baths, air conditioned. -- '
wm: efficiency. Close to beach Na. 4800. Perfect condition.I
iid bay. Will accept small I No brokers. Can be seen Also tool house, portable, I Ibexl. Venice, Florida
!i/nVr ii down payment bJ'> appointment. Call 4886711week MEN OR WOMEN to canvass $85. Phone 488-3233. DEPENDABLE I 133 W. VENICE AY, VENICE I'HOtM
Ledd' Apts., Friendship<< days, 488-1770 Sat. and door to door, checking; names
.ane. :
So, Beach Rd., Englewood Sunda,.. for new city directory. Must be FREE More than 100 concrete
good spellers and have plain blocks. Irregulars. Ap. I SERVICE I

14( UNIT RENTAL property BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool handwriting Ages 1845. Permanent proximately S0"x30"x30". Ph. c. W. Curwood 488.1330 THE
All home. 2 bedrooms den Flora position for those free 88 5705. .
occupied. Near shopping! ---- ----- -
and gulf. room. 21x31 screened patio. to travel. Write R. J., Box: 746,
$1(1,800.( Brokers
pro. Furnished if desired. Good fi- '
Venice. Real Estate
tected. Call 4883669.
nincing. 2102 Georgia Ave, En- "r
Grove City. MAN FOR PART-TIME work !
Lots For Sale In Auto Center. Apply it* per :

SALE OR TRADE Lou 11 and I nearly/ new 2 bedroom house. Venice. TRADITIONAL

19, Elk. 18, Gulf. J View Ven- I Can handle on small down pay.
!ice. City sewer. near beach and meat Phon. 488.2307. WOMAN TO FIX and clear + Let us style your favorite vats GUIDE TO BETTER HOME

topping. :Minor Crow, 2920/:! I dinners for cripple and hus or ceramic into beautiful larnpt.

walnut Ave., :Mattoon Illinois GOLDEN BEACH near qulf I band. Phone 488-5461. Rewiring 5 ReatyingAll / AND LOT VALUES

LOT 582 Venice Garden- Price Two bedrooms, two bath ARE YOU LOOKING for a Lamp Ktpoln or

11,850. Write Walter Polski, 30 foot Florida room I I good part-tune or full-time \Work by Experienced Daiiqnen and BIG VALUE

18 J 73rd Ave., No, St. Petersburg on 112 ft. corner lot. income in Part Sarasota Co or CrafhmeHi VENICE GARDENS

Fla. Venice. Many Rawleigh Deal. 370 CENTER ROAD 110' on U.S. 41 Comer
LOT ers earn $2 50 and up per hour. THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. New Never Uved la 3 lot 145' deep! 2 bedroom .
742. UNIT 13, Venice CaN Write Rawleigh Dept. FAA. Bedroom I'A' Baths
dens, $1,800 net Owner 300 553-28, Memphis, Tenn. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA home Carport -
lc. 11th St. Boca Raton. Rentals Screened Porch Apponc. 2

Phone 3053764. .--- PersonalAI..cOHOLICS SHown by Appointment.H. Min, of Nolomii.

oval I DIXITKI or sea Inns ONE BEDROOM efficiency N. WIMMERS Full Price $7.900
11.110' VINIme Seasonal 251 Nassau
or yearly.
J>WNE I. LOU (TVt ll A Sleeper' )
JACOBS. 4M-1UT St.. So.ATTRACTIVE. Mondays, 8 p.m., St. Mark's Age" for 221 I W. Miami; Ave.

ELK INLET :Seawalled privJt efficiency apart Call Episcopal 481-4794 Church Parish Hall. '"4 AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT 488-5308 H. P. HORN

boat basins. E. U Kilton. ment. Heated pool. W. Ven. REALTOR
Jayshore Drive Nokomis ice Ave. $100 per week 488-3881. COMPANY .
Business PersonalsLet PHONE 488.3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

I'RIVER'Mcatioa LOT cottage Venice. Good Sacrifice for: SMALL No pets.SINGLE Heat. Light Apartment.cooking. us do your PAPERHANG- iii:4): ) 22,000 Sq. ft. Space MODEL HOUSE 41 and Albee Rd. .

M.500. Cau 824-5484 Sara. Utilities furnished. $8.50 week. .
w*. ING and painting. Reasonable : ACROSS THe STREET In East Venice
- 488-4006.(! First-class work. Kroupa

SOUTH 474-2550. OR ACROSS THE WORLD :3 Bedrooms, 2 laths City Water
VENICE. 2 prime 2 BEDROOM HOME. Furnish- Kitchen Paved Street TRAIL FRONTAGE
nomeaite, near beach. LowPrlcea ed. Automatic heat. 712 TYPEWRITERS and AddingMachines Lei u< arrange all details of your moving and storage I Carport Formica & Utility Centrally-ducted Gal Heat

Box 800, Bt. 1. Grovelsnd. Phone 488-1321 (mechanically operated for Air. 400 Ft. North of
Screened Porch
Omits Venice Transit and
Sprint<<*. Fla. mornings or buy and pay as ) Chemically cleaned Storage
rent. like new. Just $12.50 plus parts Corner Lot 85 I ISO conditioning Venice

Houses if required. All makes. Venice Established 1947 *
Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. 552 E. Venice Ave Ph. 488-1317) Nit 48MSI3, 488-2S92
: baths, complete by season' or 488.6113. ) < GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT $65.00 Per Ft.
GULF BEACH FRONT-3 Bdr. 100 The Esplanade, 488S698. ;
year -------- --- 4884413INTERESTED
I bath, aUreonditloned. Com. I
pltt'l" ly furnished. Exclusive lo100x500. = Martin S. Stancik
** *> Seawalled. No NEW CO-OP Apartment.Near .
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appointment only. boat dock. Feb. and March.Ph. s "AIR CASTLES ARE FINE ? Venice, Ha. phone 488-5<<]

W. 4885980.
BUY? Only $13,500. Wat- -

room.'rfront. home bath",with na. a room.bedI SLEEPING tional. Call ROOMS.488-3517 Meals or 474-op. UNTIL YOU TRY TO MOVE IN!" H. N. Wlmmtrs Rcoltor

ICl'Iened *In 2638.
carport. 1 old.

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2 Bedrooms tile bath. Fur I Make for Wetter Union Telegraph:

ILL CBs, 2 large bed- nished. Palmetto Information St., Venetian call your dreams a realityWith Monday thru Friday t .. 5; Saturday t* I

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2 BEDROOM PROPERTYI! e.l Venice Gardens
completely Iurllished. ,. DUPLEX BAYSHORE ESTATESEach

:'1'1II Mineral.. Separate Spring.. gara'i.$10.1100.Margarita d*. Plus Owners 7 overnights living{ quarters p. ::. ad nr INC.la tide contitti-of 2 bedrooms dining area, tile bath $74.00 per month

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itet, C8-1203- Inspection ln- U ficiency apartments screened porch, large utility room with extra shower, basin

U the Trail and commode, Frigidaire automatic washer end clry.r.Ch""l. CHIPS JOHNSON
_. 238'
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lUT ., Air.T central heat and air conditioner for each
commercial UU .mp REALTOR INSURER
a lively large Zoned 'BUILT WITFRTHAT AootDTduCH O' -
bedroom water softener and chlorinator double concrete
e hou* Very mod. Low down payment apartment,
m. Patio With N balance tote drive and carport large, beautifully groomed lot. Completely
ns outllde cook. 5% interest en 306 Wart Venice Ave.
Excellent loca- furnished In excellent taite. Must be teen to
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doling cote s. p cent d(>wn- No Will consider trade-in appreciated. ONLY $29,950.FRANK .

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L'il Indians Dropped : GOlfING I KMI Kaydets Whip Indians, 63-4'' I

'iI. Box Score
Leading only by a 21.20 I,six: point 1'
In KMI Hepler, 2J7
to life early )I.,
From Undefeated Ranks CARL ROHMANN aeon at halftime, the Kaydetsof Venice came and narrowed Cowan, 73-17, Lagenaur, r
PRO-MANAGER KMI broke loon for 22 the fourth quarter 14, Cooke, 237; Toncn
LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB points in the third quarter the KMI lead to 10 points. 0-2, Waller, 317, Sharpe ,
Both Venice Junior High over their Lil Indian counterparts varsity blew a 19- halftime ., .. while holding Venice to just 50-40. by scoring 14 point to 9; Hubbard, 0. Totals, ; i
School teams tasted defeat for in a doubleheader at the lead and lost, 38-35, to unde six and turned this advantageinto for the Kaydet But Venice Sikora, 2-0-4() : i I
I the first time this season when I Riverview High gym in Sara feated Mclntosh Venice was NEW 1964 GOLF RULES a 83-47 victory in a White' seven apiece by graf, 0: Morgan, 419; }h,
the Mcintosh and ahead 10-2 at the end of the at two quick basket 5-313 Byrd ,
vanity junior sots With so many of our winter visitor back with a*. many Sands Conference contest Me- son, ; ;
varsity posted victories : In the opener the U'l Indianrlillllllllllllllllllflill opening, quarter and then outscored are asking for interpretation of the new rule for 1964. Following the VHS gym Roy Lagenaur and Marty out of Green, 0; Ringo, 0; Ha\;;
Mcintosh 9-8 in the second are the new USGA addition and changer: The win broke a seven-' Gowan put the game. Delva 1-0-2() Totals, 199.41;
CRUISE couPoN I IIIIiIIIIIIII II lm period. 1. Flajstifk BaU linking flagstick within 20 yards, game losing streak for KMI reach for the guard Indiana.Venice Bruce Byrd --

=1 = Mcintosh came out in a full. whether on green In landtrap or hazard a penalty of 2 in and gave the Kaydets a 2-4 point man for the Carl RohmannAt
court press at the atart of the medal play and loss of hole in match play will be Invoked. record In the conference. Theyare was high McCowin
and mail thin for Information the with 19 while
Clip coupon on third converted Z. Ball game PGA Meeting
quarter and on green Same is above Last year an opponent'sball 2-8 overalL For the Indiana for KMI with 17
AIR SEA ITALY MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE Venice mistakes into points to could be used as a backstop, from land and hazard: Not it was their ninth was tops Lagenaur was Carl Rohmann pronat'
: narrow the gap to 2922. The ao thia year. straight defeat and left them Kaydet guard with 14 at Lake Venice Golf Club v
and mail tot = same type of defense by Mcln J. Out of Bounds Player striking ban out of bound must with an 0-0 mark in the league II runnerup to McGowan Bob Harrison !- attend a Professional G"Assn
tosh and the same mistakes by take stroke and distance penalty unless local rule establishes and 1.10 in all games played. and Indian guard with meeting today at p;
VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU Iof I-I the Lil Indians put 14 more atroke only penalty, In accordance with USGA allowances of Venice led 10-8 at the end was second to Byrd Beach Garden' Golf C::Jb
1 points on the board for the host this local rule, Lake Venice has adopted it. So all player who of the first and midway 13. West Palm Beach.
314 W. Vance Avi, Venice, Fa.! = team, while Venice could only hit out of bounds may drop ball 2 club lengths at point where the period second quarter Both teams were off on their The PGA recently morel

muster six in the final period. ball went out and add 1 stroke. (Example) You hit your tee upped through the lead to IS-14. However foul shooting but the Kayet headquarters from Duned
I Free throw conversions were shot out. Drop ball at point where ball went out, add 1 stroke they cooled off at this had a little the better of it by the east coast site
the difference as Venice outhit penalty and you will be hitting 3. hitting 13 out of 27 while Venice ,

H=5, NAME 4.DDRESS, .::::::: :::::::::: :::: :::::::::::::: ::: had 14-12 Mcintosh the margin edge from while in the free field Mcintosh throws by a dropped as far 4. I'nplayible back 2 club parallel lengths Lie to -line"Laterally"Ball of flight declared to adding either unplayable!1 aide stroke of spot may penalty OR be the point seven points period during and while scored the KMI remainder only bucketed two of of Ed 24 could attempt Farris only scored connect 20 on pointsfor nine 1ft.i YilJD/i-rk YOURJack ,f

The winners hit on 12 of 20 .*- in either case Stroke and distance may still be used. the KMI Jayvees in their
KMI Scores 23
tempts and Venice could 5. Dropped ball When a ball dropped rolls more than 2 outmanned CAll
==II| CITY .. .. .. .. .. .. . STATE .. .. .. I jf| connect on seven of 15 tries only club lengths. when it first strikes the ground, it must be redropped favor The of third the stanza Kaydeta.wan The all Indiana in S4-24 Venice win"B"over team the Jack Wright ;

Li'1 Indian Morton 15 for Venice It was the
: center found a lid on the bucket had I' -by_
Chile scored 12 point to lead 6 Repairing ball mark on green Stepping on ball mark ninth victory for the Kaydet
ulIT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/I I I I U I /i I I I IiIIIlilllllllllll/ llllllll IIIIIIIIIte Is now permitted in repairing and hit for only two field goals ,
!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ [ !) both team.. Richard Blizzard and two free throws in the Jayvees in as many starts Bill Phillip
7 BaU over-hanging Up of If it in
tallied nine, Jerry Gibson and few second. it will be deemed at cup rest doem'drop a eight minutes, while KMI hit Tomorrow night the Kaydets I :
Les Thompson had six apiece 8. Lost on, nine attempts from the field have the night off while the rabbit starts
ball Treat same as out of bounds. odde
and Steve Dalton
two to close
Before and four foul Guard host High of
on tosses Indians Charlotte
you go DON'T out the Venice point making Enjoy golf at its best at this beautiful 18-hole Public Golf stops, excessive use of br
FORGET course. Steve Sharpe was the thorn in Punta Gorda in a non-league I and cutting comers at Y
The Ions dropped Venice to the aide of Venice host j
during the tilt. The Kaydets Naples
speeds will shorten tire ;fe
a 4-1 mark, while Mclntosh !is --0--
on a 8 Bob Handle made a hole-in-one last Saturday on No 4 quarter as he broke up several Saturday night, also a non. driver who takes care of t

.. I h It. rams 54In the junior varsity game, at Lake Venice He used a No. 3 wood on the Par 3. 195-y.rd Indian passes and scored I conference game I tires can get 30,000 miles fron

-= = Trip Mclntoch coasted to 37-19 win hole. Playing with him were Dr G. Moore, A. H. Demarest a casing
.. and Ed Meitt The American Bar Amorli
Mailers I
after being out in front 9-0 after -
= tlon !is making a special still
one quarter and 19-7 at the

.)f' 4m. .w Flash Bulbs half James Kulakowski wu top NewsMyakka KENT IE I to for set traffic minimum courts and requiretrr-fac iet'

Fishing About Ume.Compact .
for .
man Venice with six point.
Pint sizexi l models are slipping
A Gadget Bag guard Gary Hal-
; in popularity. In 1962 it
bert was the hole show for STARTS wi
McIntosh with 19 points River catches registered head; M. C. Eppel, Nokomis, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 31-88% of new cars registeredIn
The jayvees have an open at Snook Haven, located seven sheepshead. Dick Fill- 1961 it was 32.78%,
TOP QUALITY PROCESSINGby date tomorrow afternoon, but at the extreme eastern end man, Monmouth, Ill., two reds, The tire industry has net lIT
the varsity win host the KMIFrosh of Venice Avenue, were predominately two grouper, 11 sheepshead 14 a committee to work with emneer 1
KODAK & RO-MO at the VHS gym. catfish and bass trout; Tom McCartney Nokomis ORTHOGROALL to establish meamnfi:

Those reported included: 7.Ib. snook; Paul Loft, minimum tire safety standard
Charles Cline, Davenport, Casey Key seven trout. covering the line of new and re-
; I VENICE CAMERA SHOPOnly A Fish "Tale" treaded tires on high
Final Baseball I.[ 10 catfish, worms; Mr speed
From Tehran Iran freeways.Sure
I and Mrs Pearson, Acushnet, comes PURPOSE
AUTHORIZED KODAK Dealer Mass., staying at Snook Haven, the tale of a fish dealer who you've seen them, bat
nix bass artifical black worm claim that a frozen fish have you driven one of the new
== ..the are Clinic Slated Tarry Myers, Englewood a; gled in its package, Wri"1 LIQUID PLANT FOODBuy Fords for 1964 yet? You're in I
and then "came back to for surprising pleasure when
mook. mirrolure; Russ Haw-
322 W. Verne .
A \
Phone 488-2421
Icy, San!IOUilb.. anook, The fish was in a frozen state one gallon at regular price of YOU do. From the Falcon' to the
Here Saturday creek chub 'For 20 days. Then said dealer Thunderbird, the 64 Ford

ii iiii 011111!! IIIIHtIIflhIllllhIflIilIllhIIilhIlIIIIIflhlllllhIlflhIIIII! !!!! / IIIIIlIIflhIiIlIIIIlIIr _. From Roy's Sporting Goods Gholam Reia Safahzadel, it $4.98 and get 2nd gallon for IcReg drive new clear one through.of these beau.Lnew See a'
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ri fOlYV The fourth and final session i Store came this report: began move. ( Price 996 for 2 Gallon) cars at BILL PHILLIPS

I of the first annual Venice Baseball A. M. Sherman, Venice, four ,I He poured warm water on M99 A97 FORD, 1562 S. Tamlami Tm
Clinic will wind up this I monk, 12>4, Ills S and 4 Ibs, the (container and the fish was NOW 4 SAVE *FVENICE in Venice, this Wef'k.
Saturday at the high school ,dudes and mirrolure, Shakett taken out alive, Gholam added Be sure you have the oil level!

baseball field starting at 10 a. I Creek It is said to have been SEED & FEED STORE"The in your automatic transm:::on
m. with instruction on cut-off Lou Mate of the Tarpon caught m the Caspian Sea, checked regularly at least

THE plays, seven-inning game and Center:: Bait and Tackle Shop Frozen, packed and shipped to Complete Garden Center" at every engine oil change.
graduation exercises Tehran Sunday it swimming
was -
I said that trout are beginning Make sure the engine is running
For the past three Saturdaysfrom I to hit but only one of several around in a jar on Ghol- 248 Miami Are. Venice Phone 488.3457 when checking tranrr.>
40 to 45 youngsters have I good catches was registered am'. fish stand, while hundreds sion oil level.
unmistakable participated in the clinic. Enthusiasm Earl Mitchell and party caught lined up to see it. -
is high and chief instructor -
30 on one day and an W\ld'n'l
George Zuraw waa ,rifted fisherman landed 30
elated over the results of the I trout: three dozen
on shrimp. 150 FRESH
clinic far TRADE-INS
LOOK so at
Last Saturday's session was ,Snook,are but being not with caught any on rate occasion
lighliehted by the appearanceof
I of' consistency
AI Vincent now a special assignment
From the North Jetty Fish
of scout with the Hoo84 4 Camp: these catches were reported
? ton Colt 45s. Vincent Is currently
I :
I associated with Jim Wrightin I
Mr and Mrs. KimboTl, Sara-
running the Quad City Golf
Course. I iota, aix trout and one sheepa-
l Progress is evident that the --- -

i clinic has been successful according Final RegistratiorSet ..J
/ to Zuraw. who said

SUITS for the gentleman i\\t I / ] during several last players Saturday's had shown game

of selective taste Our new I'// / amazing advancement In car. For Gulf LL
rying out their assignments on
spring collection of Hart- { / / -*? the field, the bases and at bat. Final registration for 'Junior

Schaffner i Man, Palm Beach Assisting Zuraw to date have I and senior divisions of Gulf Little
been i Clay Carroll, Adrian and
1: League will be held Saturday
and Griffon hat Jim Garrett Local instructors from 10
been chosen c a.m. until 3 p.m
i f include Bill Sohram, Bill Stahl I at Venice Civic Center
to pUat the discriminating and Courtney Willis
Following final drills this Saturday C. A. (Chuck) Reiter, chairman Ili
45.00 to 8935 all players will receive 1 of the registration committee \ t, x
a certificate of participation : advised that all boy -
Including those who played on
I teams: in the two divisions last

Snook Regulation i(rear-must register Saturday 1963 GALAXIE ............ $2489Town
1 to: be eligible to participate this ....
Victoria. Like new with all the extras

Hearing SlatedState rear 1962 GALAXIE 1962 FORD ...., ,.., $1299
The Junior division Is for ............ $1899 '
Sen. Warren Hendersonand I boys 9, 10, 11 and 1%. Ages in TOWN Sedan Beautiful red and white Fac Station Wagon, 4-Door, Outstanding
State Rep John Hasson announced 1 the senior division are 13. 14 tory air, Vinyl Interior. Power Value! Thin I it beautiful Wagon
,. I and 15. Boys who will be 13 before
Tuesday that they 1961 GALAXIE ........ $1497.
would conduct a public hearing :f this Aug. 1 are not eligible Town ,." 1962 FALCON .......... $1496
far( the junior division but are Sedan. Cruiieomatic, power, factory Corinthian
White Real
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. in air. On. nice Deluxe 4-
the chambers of the Sarasota C lIgible for senior division playA owner. Superb condition Door Exceptionally clean!

County Commission concerninga participant must have been 1961 THUNDERBIRD .... $2648

proposal by Rep Russell Jordan J i In nine the before junior AUf division 1, 1963 to play World'i most desired car. Like new. Full 1961 PONTIAC ......_. $1495power
catching snook and factory air Bonneville. Full Power
by the "snitch-hook" method. A boy must not become It Handsome Cor-
Henderson and Hasson said, 1 before this Aug 1, with respectto 1960 FORD .....:................ $796 doven th..'. a wonderful car.
"Since there la a great deal of I: the maximum age in the Door.. Colonial whit with Fordomatic. One
interest both for and against I senior group. _n.r. Today only

SHIRTS Hathaway . . . &$S the proposal the hearing was So far, there have been 117registrations 1959 FORD 1956 FORD .._.__..... $199
.... .
called for the benefit of both < in .... ............. $998
l SHOES Flortheim . . . 19.95 factions" I I group and 22 in the the senior junior division Victoria Hardtop. A reel creampuH that you Today 2Door.onlyl Fordomatic! v.., Power Steering.
; The public is invited must nazi Exceptional car.
!: SLACKS Jaymor Santabelt 22.50 --- ---
-. 1958 STUDEBAKER .... $1991ii.

Door, light blue. Real good transporta
KNIT SHIRTS Puritan . . 835 tion.

'I SWIM -Jantsen.5.00to10.95 SUPER 1957 PLYMOUTH .._..... $99
4-Door W.gon. Run OK. Look !
SHORTS McGregor . 5.00 to 14.95 at this


,I 1957 FORD .................. $598

TIES Superba . . 2.50 to .7.50 Country Sedan. Colonial whit. Power
Steering and Bratei, Fordomatic. Drivel
UNDERWEAR Your Rambler and tools
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'Q hr en's hop Dealer U.S. 41 South VENICE 488-6787

225 W. Venice Ave.

488.1620 Phone 48861504883965 THIS SALE Ends Tomorrow,

VENICE FLORIDA "Select Used Cars" Friday Jan. 31, 1964.

D WeV. Wholewling All 01 Our "LEFTPAGErwrtvt'
I OVER" USED CARS Saturday Morning.

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: [V BOWLINGI Final Auditions For Talent ee Contest To Be Held Tonight I day enjoyable an of _TRY GOLF

Final audition for the Ven haefer Mercury Corporationand acrobats, magicians, etc. Some SARASOTAGOLF
ice Junior Chamber ot Com- in cooperation with Gulf 1 15 have already signed up but CLUB I

merce Talent Contests, being I IT Wind Marine of Venice. the Jaycees are seeking as ,
Jlyakka Early Wynn Lanes held for the benefit of the Love- The contests are open to nonprofessional many contestants as possible. DAILY GREEN" CO AA

RuwltFI. a a PAVHRH land Schools for Retarded persona of all Interested persons are urged to FEES OO.UU
.","J,.r5, ,r.lrt'8.f.. ., land.Hw :. .Yrllnr'.I ..II L 6.4-..oA Bla l Van,:' How. :; Children and slated to begin ages. A wide variety of talent call for further informationand Just Off Be. Ridge Rd.
Bundini. rur Oil.Mw 1.n Cornett' H.k, lah.l 6.s Wednesday at the Gulf Thea is sought musicians details 488.2589
,. U-T bdwu-di .n Brad, 14wth. including 488-2773, South ofValiant's S4Irasot.
."r'I,... "or Vent:! ;'; Gu. 1W, land.N Anchor Oil..:_24, r1 d ,ao'a'llorktsoM, 54andlnnl. : tre, will be held tonight at Teen T ; : comedians, vocalists, dancers, 488.5874, or 488-6718 A
a. and F. ;
., W. ('ba..n at 7:30: pm.
..I ; w. 1',..... 1101 A.r 4.lrtb Dnp,.. a F.Irk.414,463_. The .
Fn actual contests
r ? will be
: .c Bt.ndlnn: Bn14 rk. .safe'' H.a II
I.wa 'H .4
: Funlnn
: .'OJ 7631": 118 ..d .28. Sh,'. Inn 111 E..I..ooci held on successive Wednesday ;
riI i''JUr, 10.1 I Hoi D<... r'k; P5.el.wad usa. BLndnt H.nk?::: 5,,.. 4,. nights and will run for several .

Akjp16 : rM" n.rnra Domln. WaM' 11-0' .8..1. a.d Mr eeki. Auditions are being held I
: Itoe6 N. onNU: 41.45 w,.. loh. Hot,.. primarily for the purpose of assigning M
;;: phrkl :Ill.4ll. :Uanlhl'; : Gii::; and Worth 128.and 5011,. 1.225. 1I.dl. ill contestants a specific ,
2. n04I 17' .d Gr Annk. .
118 .
x"p.,11 and 650
I I : it Mad., Ianan M/ud/ ..... night on which to perform.
; : -- Lol.
I 'i.rd:; .'. O.lII. .
,? th.w I.k. I4.th. Hprlnn It 54a.ping On each night of the contests,
[r..S;, .tiirtl l."'I.b" Barbara' .d 4811: J. Kr...... 110. Va.. A.I7T.. a top grade movie will be low low price '
0", .7. tin ., PlS2420s VoL r. D.. 101 .1Id Sea 1 110. V.I. A...
: shown either before ,
.r V.1. r o.. 5111, W..h Bowl or after
"l,yah CablnHa, M-Ml{; Mr* 1"11. 4undlnet. WIII.DU.Inn Lau.d"11.46 the contest. During the first I
rloh. Bleu:
:: codes. 45345'41 I \ou'II.r.Powder' purr nit.1I..t'. a 5.5 '0." ..d week, "Four For Texas," starring t
'I ..il+fan,rf** TfaHww, Vwa V...i.. H..U.. 17-JI. Hdmpng( IT..II Dean Martin and Frank
Lf, .iWU: Mm WltaM. t1141A1 lf oath Florida Coa.lr.tti. Sinatra will be shown. in con.
IAA9..d. "orlll.
f, DO;.:i N.nq' Iatly, /S;* b"k7 J,.'., ,0... IIl1lrh', Oh,.. 1711 6.d Oh,,. junction with the talent contest
and, FIn11e.d 5.vlnn ..d La... J
'f'' 't.t:: & C eoo.-. H.. B\orho.lOn. c... H.. Woo.1. and all contestants assigned for V
(UIInA I : Johns", t2/I Mo kN.. act| Avrau. Apparel 2111 Pub. .
L.7 | to the movie.. ,
Ynw'4' "j (llx MarkMa, r. .aaw.naa%
Slit .
:.. j!: John;' fc.,I Hw*. k BillBiwkri llta.d'' Blllrh.
Soon 4M7. The The Venice Jaycees also
ot tin wwk. ChuckDo Paint Mart 4 '>, |7%. wv"
.h? and Tan H... W...,
Work. have
,. VI. MrHalnJ 4JO valuable prizes lined
p Btra..hn.. _.I... up
( Kay fry
bowllnir IMIowmiI I
.. for
l H mf Action TV. tut' H.Na Domin Noli the winners totaling over

.,.. $.. yl. II WIwm.Y JlMI P5 and .Action TV.. 4M.; Norwood Raofliw ultimate winner of the

.. Wi.' ,Vonvtlan,Au0.B.nk.Gadw..d Ann. J03, Norwood Blandinir.l Ruoflni M.I Wood 8ll, and,. 'Action m M. contests will be presented witha __ ._.___.....-L..
I I FMI :i l tt>. Loa Martin 00..*.t...d l lt TV 1829.f.di $280 Mercury Outboard Motor
'ond A., 1apllu ... l..ot Faw. ..V.. Ondala' InnraiM -. Bhltkr donated to. the cause by ASSISTING THE VENICE Junior Chamber of Commerce in
J. ipllU Bowlw of th. w. k, MaUHi. >rk. Bud. flarW flhop iw Kiekhaefer making posters for the Jaycee Amateur Talent Contest,

:.;.:u...II "..k f.C.,. act 1011. and!tilt.no dt.ndlnr.l Birt-a' BarlmBno() a O "MXala, 1007' 10-28.and of Vernon through H.the Klumb courtesy I scheduled to run for 13 Wednesdays at the Gulf Theatre be- Palltalks
\\, M. ... tIMM I Hmiy Kmk.. Warka Machlna Chop 47.JH, and ClaralNJo branch of the Kiek- ginning on Feb. 5, i* Miss Ann McDowell and her art depart-
p.h.1, Sink** In........, Apia. 4>S-. >2"i.Maaonlr manager ment at Venice Junior High School. Shown here with Miss
.; 5... 2.U. Rnwkra of th. ft Parrln, II......., 601' .
V..,, ,n M.s. and Ike Stelln.i Tomrnr T.pkln.sews.: .. Slot( I McDowell, working on the posters is Ron Tackman a student.
i- .t H-nHHrk. CoMtnirtion dense 817 ..d t12L Btaadlnni, Proceeds from the contest will be contributed to the Loveland
...,. Kiwgnb.4., Sqitam. 114. MaM.. I.T. Kiwanis Take
'. ! to .. Schools for Retarded Children, located at Nokomis and Etigle-
Kmttoraoa-Vinlra Mliad .... r
.. Rul.
.... !'Irk
,,' N.1$ Bill <.rm,WbMlndlH. lork Blurhlrda, 17* and 4011! Jark Bnl. wood. A movie will also be shown each night of the contest.
.rt. Manafarturinll, 412.n Jcook. Blurolrda. 141 and Ml I Mnrklna-- (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) !
l HrHa an and| t>1f. language
AI" ..... 118> Frank OmOi.t. your
It-It, phn61M." IJi4j-l' <\, and Untooth- Team Event
M.. }I...... ,n/1 I (lap Cmp.r. .
abln '* .IT.It..oed
..... .
R .n. 2<><< I. of tho .
F.I. Wanda" Turtla
i Hi W4 MWeIll/.4tY.k.t Willow ,.... Court: 14,1 I Duana Knaaer, Bates To Make Talk
4. : P...'i T....." SOt and 025 Kirk Ku .
... ;
-.UV. ..A A_ l nrkm. T4tnrlrM kandal. > [ Valiant offer JOG a verydlhl1 HOW VMIMTt STIom "" WMMUMTT rtOTtCIS TDK
laundry. 6Ztl Fnawoori ?)*- InMyakkaMeet
wi EallesdIr l ..
Kmflmr ...., .. Court 1141 I Gmr City M SH2S, in .Carplaf,.. .C.p.N..r.w.. .t ram of U OK)avln.amrbam aoaiaa.
-*,. 7.41, H.rnM Mu (Ml M | .... yoti want a compact car. 5 dtlnctt a r.M'a aad wotkinainhai ud .5 nolata
....,..... 1 6HI14 l | !>u.n. Knutv. SOMlnnt. ..E.I. .. taalnp I U. npa* at I Chnnlar\ Mol... Coo1>or.1Jaa Awtnaruvd DMlar I paxa allraaan.lliaiiiiiwblic
;I. ,. 1,1-a., Ktl, Harold M. .., u Clt.n.45 Pd.......h. 4545 .nd crow Kiwanis, who rolled a 3247 In Smart new styling, real hot ( .M.O.d.MnN.rttrb..451&.a| i
_. IranimiuMM aaa MM aMaraal parti aldaAnt awiaaaf dafcaLWooa
"* at tMIA Damp.
.AI I K"'Hr tnwk, ........1.i..l WhM. rif.Rn4lmi. :. lOin PII5Ip. F.rd P.u FI.. team action in the House Tour On Orchid GrowingAn ol flonvartor, Irlwnphrt aantraa] infih. laat aim and *ftana a(
,... lOot, An..4... HI; t."rd KIM w...11.1... Anta, 10411 t fl;l Robbkfirlffor.Tn.wr T....... nament at Myakka Lanes during performance economy ind anpiaa raat. uliaal ml ehartd".: wry !14 aMflthi aMoanbilo at 4 000, pnMad avlnxhm'.\* owaar. Ma aaitha I
r Bun MCnclwnrf. Land 0 5,.. .Ill Web Hnnlln.. 14.1.\ the first weekend of play, operation and high quality *"*. "" d J11"\ ,..._ a,an _l d l caanta and. lt.cartianta maxMrtnt
''dhn4. ('.... Pre ..,....... III- ri' Slnrl.lr, Iff. Si.n< 01.... saw It hold this week- AIM tlw.d wary 6 __ ... wlb.ed .er, I .....,. ... -our/ .
ini past
N...... Wl_'1. B.kmr <.4-M HrlMT. \ up illustrated talk on grow president, and all Interestedpel'SOfS engineering AD this plus an tamislm to aadi .daato *nd noi at parfaminot ol nw=
end for first place in the event. and nqamlt tta daatat oarMy (It HMO at M*
rf N..k H*>r Tolar and .
n Land 0 Still 4a40&e.,5 ing orchids from seed will be are invited. ": ....
...... OM' 4..x..45See
/Vwa. 8l.dlnnt Ena:1.: W>". Jwtar Cokm OrlbIT. Old aatooodinirjr low low price I
Milwaukee finished in ,
.....r. H-24., ArtiMM Itaaulf 8.l',., ( Und. Harrl. IM. Bad rr.d161, given by M. J. Bates of Brad- Bates will also discuss the
l..h'n. l R.1Wt.1644 Tara Glow.IA. second place with a 3196 and enton, at the meeting of Venice -
..wrl Ior rNln. 110-1" V.In. RI..aOrr Chat Frady Keaser Bros came in thirdwith exhibits of blooming plants on A.tNeseARmw
Society Wednesdayat load 8
< C aaa\\ IMI-Mit.,, IMS, Hadfordi 141 ud tKT! Connte Brtt. Ill and lid the display table and answer your nytnonfh-Vafisrrt
3135. Others "in the
.. tH4: J.rf Hh.a rwn..l.d KMll.*..nd FIo...,." Fml b i |.f.1'I ..,,11I. _|M. ft tiM ._. ..... l 181! K..., Par. K't' and H.' money" were American RoofIng of Sarasota Federal Sayings the group's questions on orchid
_..... rd. H.rb rrA4. I4.ad.v. I..on B.r B.HIMIM Dv ,.. That 3127 Anne K culture. I
; Beauty Shop,
... 1_ (b.. tat. R.J.4 and Loan Assn.
nneua 14 Ml CWlaraB 8oA WaavIbraM - 3106; and Gulf-en-Bay, 3089. The speaker Is president of An factory in ,!,

.solo T..._ pu G-... Harold Johnson and George Manatee Orchid Society and isa 1962 would buy 3.8 dozen or- I
......, Leonard also saw their 1408
Ji4mMh 4451\ > 144 Kaydets retail grower and Importer.His FLA.
-n, IKM17. B,* Mita IMj, VMton maintain the lead in' doubles. collection is known for its anges compared with 2.4 dozen 1500 SOUTH TRAIL Phone 488-6745 VENICE
W: labtmua, Ul, DlebNII Ray Fntchen and Charles Bullock in 1942 and 1.5 dozen in 1932.
...... wide assortment
> Hum M<< tit.I T./ of specie
Net A $4. BwM d tb. [ 4th Drop second and Lloyd Twigg and
I"l<_ red Her..b.lN..dH ; The meeting wffl be in
Paul Nave third with
.. _" '0 H.t.a1 were !
I" HwwrkM. HI, Mr.kka 1340. Dick Fey and Carlson charge of Dr. J. M. Sevenon i
DJn.h Car ap. Ib.u '. fourth with 1300 and Tom I
..4 d.r'. a...s.drr 4YH.. 4l IW.In JWo.UWJlt 74-66 DecisionA Enochs were and Graydon Baker Chuck Reiter Jr., 691; M. -80-1 HERE IS YOUR ITINERARY from 959.,

LIaa'o IbaIo a H.- fifth with 1293. lash, 688; Jim Sanders, ; .
144' 01 th..M. x... and Terry Sourbecr, 667.
big 34-point quarter by Ed Ryan replaced Tom
t LAar ffBiaa PI" -
", _Ill Card c... 4H-HI I Mai-: Charlotte High School produced Hamm at the top of the ladderin The All Events title vent to : .."': "!
.. _..... 10",'''''. KMI with 736. Hammled Jarrett with' 2067. Johnson : +p
743 victory over singles a
a a
aaiar VMda Hadn Poww., r- a Discover the best of all! world travel I land
(Mnla" Jan... ...| Ikm BoltUar here Saturday night in a non. through the first week with' and Twigg ended in a tie for if4 -on ,
..... Bi>m. SMI Hood'l Dairy conference tilt. 728. Other top scores were runnerup with 2006s while on sea, and in the air. Fly to MILAN by luxurious
.. ,
r Bu .
lan d die VM.I I ,
led the 720) Reiter fourth with
aM I 1*. KplllW.. Dtandliiiai A II The Kaydets an way Larry Vickers ; S. W. Jar. was 1953
r 'M.nug' I H.M. lu-l, Hs4.a Dairy, and boasted a 48-40 margin at rett 899; Lloyd Twigg. 698; and Vkkers fifth with 1943.ESTIL'S ALITALIA DC-8 Jet, and enjoy warm Italian hospitality
D..1.''I ..... J4-4. Pala.K the end of three periods, but I all the way across the Atlantic.
saw this lead vanish in the

opening moments of the final See Venice, Geneva, Naples and famed Mount
AA Fonning stanza. Led by Wayne Quick, ,
who scored 16 of his 28 pointsin I Vesuvius on an exciting ADRIATICA cruise.

the lust eight minutes of the
owling Teams' game, the Fighting\ Tarpons S Enjoy leisurely days at sea crusing the Medi

couldnl miss while KMI was You'll Istanbul Trace
j terranean. stop at Turkey
having a "good" point production + 4Bi
or PlaydayBy of their own by bucketing the glories of Greece and visit the glamorous Isle

"Tie CM basketball "pIa,.. Secrmd top scorer for Charlotte 64 LLP 4 1
," was held at Riverview was Dave Funk with 22 FORDS Retnrn home with memories to last a lifetime.
A School last Saturday points. Roy Lagenaur was highpoint !
mcipaung: in the event were man for the Kaydets with
''A teams from Sarasota! 24 and Fred Toncray was run- oo
Overview and Venice High nerup with 17. $100 r 'R JSC Ipap 'A ,vy is
'Tools Five teams were chos- KMI led in field goals 29-27:

each having members (from, but Charlotte had a big edge in DOWN
'ercnt schools For this reas- I free throws. The Tarpons hit on r
no trophy could be award- I 20 of 34 attempts as opposed to Lso M1 7. t

k to member the winning of the team winning, but .1 eight for 19 for the Kaydets. $56900 Per rV/ozio/ KeccA/o/ oW Piers del la Signoeian } y I

!"i Charlotte Funk, 8-6-22; Month
received a candy bar. '
'Sout.h 4-1.9 Baerwaldt 1-1-3
rothy : ;
was only
nice gel on the Quick, 11-6-28; Leavme 1-5-7; DAYS L
winning Giles, 0-1-1; James, 204. .
m.e to bowl Totals, 27-20-74
Members of r
'* 8-1-17 Hep- LEAVE NEW YORK CITY
are eligible to bowl at KMI Toncray ; _,__
akka Lanes after school on i ler, 4-2-10; McGowan 0-0-0; MARCH 4th
"way, Cooke 0-1-1; Share 2-4-8; Lag-
a lame.II
will tforefour weeks. enaur, 120-24; Waller, J-0-6. ARRIVE MILAN, ITALY

".ring team this will time be,chosen a GAA to bowl.repent -I Totals Charlotte 2968.. 19 8 13 34-74 MARCH 5th Kiev o/ Woreocerom flit Pianolt/ Wic/ie/ong/ / /

Venice High School in KMI .II 22 10 18 18-66
GM bowling "playday," FINE CARS
Ich i Southeast High School is In an, hour's factory 3RD DAY-VENICE-Morning tighhwmq. Em- 12TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning visit of the National .

'"wing at Bradenton-Cor- I work would buy 9.2 quarts of e bardation. : 1200: noon-Sailing for Bar! 1:00 Museum. In the afternoon excursion to

'Lanes on March 7th. Sign milk compared with S.7 quarts pm. Cape Sounion end visit of the Temple of i
now. I in 1942 and 4,1 quarts in 1932 -- 4TH DAY-BAR!-Arrival at 11:00: ..m. in Bari. Poseidon. Return to Athens.

I 1:00 pin tailing for Piraeus. I3TH DAY-NAUPlIA-Departure from Athens

A 5TH DAY-PIRAEUS-4.00 pjn. arrival at Pir along the Sacred Way.
Carrier Weathennaker Furnaceis Carrier aeus. l MTH DAY-TRIPOLIS-Dep.rfur. for Tripolis.

6TH DAY-PIRAEUS Morning at leisure. 3:00 Excursion to Sparta and visit of Mistra. Re.

p.m. tailing for Istanbul. turn to Tripolis.

your first step toward year round comfort cooling 7TH DAY-INSTANBUL 2:00 p.m. arrival In I5TH DAY-OLYMPIA-From Tripolis, proceed

Istanbul Sightseeing: Galata Bridge, Blue to Olympia. Lunch. Visit of the ruins.

Mosque, Hippodrome, Serp.nt Column and I6TH DAY-DELPHI-From Olympia, proceed to
Theodosius Obelisk, Bayazid Square, University Patra. Lunch at Patras. Cresting of Corinth

Moiqu of Suleyman the Magnificent, Canal and on to Delphi. Dinner and over.
,, l1 Air condition hmltin recogni,. the erfro pltonn tint oir eonftlomtg '' Boulevard Ataturt. night at Delphi. I'

9 odd to their horn lit*. Eves /in '*. ItoHesf weerfW everyoae sleeps 61NIr 8TH DAY-ISTANBUL-Excursion along the Bo*. 17TH DAY-ATHENS-Visit of the ruin of Del-

t soft better f es!* o.H f. Mere ore fewer otferoy rtoefion Rooms slay chorus: In the afternoon, visit the Archaeological phi. Lunch. Proceed to Athens.

h happier and tnttrMnhg h eowef. I Museum, St. Sophia and Great Bazaar I8TH DAY-ATHENS-Morning at leisure Transfer
c/eon/ ,. Indoor living
l4 -Sightseeing: Sera- to Piraeus and embarkation on M/V San t ,

glio( Golden Horn, Eyub Mosque, toffee Giorgio of M/V San Marco. 2:00 p.m. sail.
All Carrier Waatharmaker Furnace are designed right from the start as I house of Pierre Loti. 2:00: pm. sailing for ing for Naples. : I 1 '

the best in heating equipment, but models of every type are also designed hmir. I9TH DAY-At Sea. '

for use in combination with Carrier Summer Wttthhrs to provide year 10TH DAY-IZMIR-8:00: '.m. arrival .t Izmir. 20TH DAY-NAPLES-6:00 a.'n. arrival in Naples. I "r

round air conditioning at any tima. Th. difference in cost between a system Excursion to Bulbuldag and Panaya Kapulu. Transfer to hotel. Afternoon sightseeing: National I

and Weathwmalw. system designed for future air conditioning 7:00: p.m. tailing for Piraeus. Museum, Posillipo, San Martina. Se. ItI
for heating only I IITH DAY-ATHENS-8:00: am. arrival at Pirf the Bay of N.plellnd Mount Vtsuvius. I "
will realize
t i i. negligible, and oft.n more than offset by the savings you aeus. Landing and transfer to the hotel in 21ST DAY-CAPRI-Excursion to Capri. Visit the i ,

when you decide to add aV conditioning. Your Carrier Dealer has all the Athens. Morning at leitura. Afternoon visit Blu. Grotto, town of Capri, Anacaprl, Villa

a' fact Why not consider it now? of the Acropolis and sightseeing of the modern San Michela. Return to Naples. I

town. 22ND DAY-ROME/NEW YORK Departurefrom

Naples to Rome. Rome to New York I I I



., Phone 488-1766 -. Venice Flo. 314 W. Venice Ave. VENICE E TRAVEL BUREAU Phone488.2238 j '


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;-.f: SIPL4EeK'1E"(

''l'Tj""',.:' '. MARKETS . U N 11I

,'' Come join the fun! Yes, we're having white, Pink or Yellow KI.entJC4 400-ct.
,v \\ a "Shipwreck Sale" complete with Tissue . . . Pkgi. $1 1 1J' I
: ,. '., bold pirates and treasure chests of Kleenex,
I,:: '. values It's real I shipwreck party, White Pink or Yellow reg. $
.r= ".. I . 1 I
1 : I, and you can have one too!! Towels . roll'

Whit., Pink Yellow or Aqua
y Border. Assorted (limit 2 please) Delsey Tissue 4 :3R,f 49
half |c
3 9
ce M-Ik . 9 gal. Green Giant Whole Kernel
e 4 #303 59*
I I Tangy Dole Hawaiian Golden Corn con
O 4 46-oz. Drink Hawaiian
Ju.-ce' cans 51. Tropical Red or Yellow Fruit 46-ei..
. 3 $1 1 I IBreokFait
r'O 4f ( gyp Zesty Dole Pineopple-Grapefruir Punch 0 . can

1 Fruit I Drink 4 46-ci. $1. Club Enriched famil
i cans White Bread 2 looter 41
h, .q* I% Corn Oil Special Feature (reg. 89c)
tt: .._ .', Thin
+ 46-0 Sunlhl" New
I 0.1 69' lIb
mkiZOicS = ; : 31
1. Betty Crocker AssortedCake bot."s.I

Mixes 3 ;: ;:;: 33

I ? t k. (White, Yellow, Devils Food, Spice & Apple, Lemon Velvet) Smucker's Strowberry-Pineapple

i :\ .t Preserves 3 ''ft. $1 1 1e
cffiirij SIJecitds .

lilhburrT.Nr Cmctiil
i. Dinner Rolls !;V. 29 b

Slut ((2c-0f Label!)
,, Margarine ... ... <; h.. 27

w + h s7 a }' CM'l D.lihr Nuttitieut ,
: n'' fe'
+ Cheese read ;.Ib,59P

Mammoth Wuconun Chitit
Sharp Cheddar l:79;:: *
1 f ..R= ,

SLICE BACON 0 frozen foods I IDdicionl

Snow Crop 0,....
C Samoa . .. ..? 5 V.0;:. 89
I lb 5 9 GoUt BltR FreKii
Hush Puppies 4 :ft: ; '1PorhtiheuM ,

or Clovtrl.of
Swift' Premium I Morton Rolls ,lk 29'Chunk

Bologna Jibs. 99c j $ Farm Houn Apple' Pooch, Chtrry' :

Swift's Premium Skinless Breakfast ) Fruit Pies .... .. 3 *pkgs.Sl. 1 1I s ,

I I r Link Sausage }l%: 39 Sourhlend! Quick Froitn Suw I _
Vegetables 49'
.. : ,
Herman's Chunk Style
1 Birds. Ere Quick Froitn Rrec celt 1
Braunsehweiger lb. 39 Spears 4XV': :: $1 1 r .

I Tamow's Whole Hog ...th'. Round lrc.d.d dI '
I 1- Bag Sausage lb. 59cDelicious Jumbo Shrimp';;::;: 59'

( Gorton'l Family Size
I SlicedSwordlish
;: Fish I Sticks ..... ..'d59': ,,
: Steak lb. 59c ti
Mri. Peul'i Family" Pack.
Copeland's Family Pack Sliced Deviled Crab ..'S,;01' 99

j Lunch Meat :59c;
i (Bologna, Spiced Luncheon, Cheese) PRICES EFFECTIVE cfoieii IU.orlucc lane .
THURS. : Florida Vine
j( Ripened
i Ir JAN. 30, 31, FEB. 1, 1964 Il.ne..,.;
:,. \ i I SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTENGOV'T. Tomatoes .1 m.o I:>'.r'39<
l1 INSPECTED TENDER-AGED;) Crisp Florida Pascal

'1 l HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! 0 Celery .. . . .. .. .. .. .,... .. talk, 10
Sweet Juicy D'Anjou

I' 1\, 5ron.8 I ; Steaks Ib 99c j s[ 0 Tatty Pears Green Spring. . . . . . . . 6 for 49

t: ('1 ( D Onions .. ..... . . . . . pkg two' 19'
I ., '-Bone steaks lb. 99c
11"{" I Pot Roast (boneless) lb. 79c + .

7'' Venice Shopping Center
; ;
F I .: Chuck Steaks lb. 59c + ,
'S 4 % M A R K R T .
; Store Hours:
Ground Beef
: lb. 49
Moii-Fri. 8:30: -9:00:

IOO I!f.. T A IOO IOO 6I!.. lEA IOO !50mE.. 15 50mE.. TAAm50 Sat. 8:30-7:00: :

I J"1_Green r+w m..r stampsll. J" Green wi.'II_.4 Stamps......_.11 I I J" Green***i4 HUH* stampsll. J"( Green.I**'H_r...Stamps.4.>.> NORMAL LUSTRI CRIMI OR NORWICH ASPIRIN TABLETS PEPTO TARNOW SKINLESS WIENERS
lYws. me $5.25 plus ten ,250-ct...,... .....bottle.... 89e ....8-01. .bot.. 1.Ib. pkg. 49e
1. r'm1,;; '10.1 ..t. 1_' r1;;;; ( I. 1-' r1; ; r\; ; .1.t.. .. I. I ".01,.. I.t. .. I. rt

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JANUARY 30. 1 9f

Driver Charged -............ ..._"""", -,,'" -, .....


In Trail MishapA f S&IIGREEN

91.year-old Laurel m
dent was chargwl by City Police STAMPS
with failure to have his ve
hkle under control following a I IV..I.
Sunday mornj2I t
i-n- ir accident
on the South Trail. lM Shapplni CtnUr 'fI y__ AN
Patrolman Bill Kruger, who f
Investigated, said R. L. Daw
? unable to atop hi. car
before crashing Into the rear
Iauto being operated by v
virv" Siegel, 65, of Venice. RESTAURANT

hide"STiwst was to estimated the Siegel at $35 ve T-BONE B BAKED ROAST TOP

and There Dtvvm to were the posted no Dawson i injuries$50 bond car $95.and STEAK MEAT LOAF ROUND OF BEEF y

scheduled to appear In SPECIALS I
municipal court on Feb 4. S
-- 87( 17L 11COMPLETE ( 1

Local ResidenceIs 1 I

Hit By FireA .F SUNDAY DINNER .99*

pre-dawn fire Sunday at EASTERN STAR MEETING. Among those Sims Mrs. Blossie Thomas Mrs. Christine
the home of D. M Ramsey 809 attending a recent meeting here of the Carnation Herring, Joseph Caswell I Mrs Annie Pearl
did estimated Lodge Order of Eastern Star, were Mrs. Robinson, Mrs, Alice i Baker and Mrs Dora .
Myrtle Ave., an Eva Glascock, Mrs Katie Warves, Mrs Vii. thy Royster Reg. 79c 100 Tablets Limit 1 Reg. $1.49 Powder

$2,500 damage.Maurice Aldrich Itt Harris, Mrs Annie L. Williams, Mrs C. (GONDOLIER PHOTO
Fireman by Bob Obendorf)
Buffered a foot Injury while BAYER ASPIRIN.53* SERUTAN 94(
combatting the blaze when a .
volunteer who was assisting< the Diary Of Anne Frank'
department stepped on 'It while Play

pinning through! a dark smoke. 98c Value Etiquct Reg. 98c VicksFORMULA"44".57
filled room Aldrich was treated '

were mine at negaure.if Venice X_the.ray.'foot.Hospital taken was to and broken deter.released. Cast Is Selected By.. Little TheatreThe I DEODORANT 49( //I I ,

Apparent source of the fire fourth play of the current started and indications are the

The wu the blaze furnace destroyed firemen the wall said, son will Venice be the Little"Diary Theatre of Anne sea audience real theatre will soon to enjoy have a nightof 1 i Reg. $1.00 Shampoo Reg. $1.50 SprayALBERTO

ceiling and roof in the vicinityof Frank," to be presented Feb. .
the furnace and the entire 26.29.A I I I II
PRELL 62e VO-5. 93
was damaged drama *
smoke Interior. by challenge to such any theatre as this group 1. a Grace MethodistMen .

with its intricate set, lighting

Fridge Scores and Two round Venice High!: School its.dens. Plan Ladies 'I' Reg. $1.59 Adriene Space Reg. 89c '

.. will !have leading< roles
IK, .VI HO. l_ IMk.wrmTHBOtrra Indhy Krannon aw Margot II

1-11.........lUnr ItJ **.U_, sod tea Frank' Van and Daan.Tim Waidellch as'cler Night ProgramA I 'Turf FRAGRANCE 79( SPRAY STARCH 63(

.- L Hit, ... RUTT !Wn.r. IKt The role of Mr. Frank donein t
..... covered dish I I
Ctrur Hurtmi and O m 1. N.Yaw supper !
,, 114144Hr .. the Broadway production by an illustrated lecture will be on Builder
M4 Mra. M.* Bnn. lUVvEAST the late Joseph Schildkrautwill
.WEfcT be played John Krich agenda of the second annual :;--:;::. I
ta4. II.... C. K. by ladies night meeting of I
t-Ma.n.i.ilarro. of Sarasota and Mrs Frank Grace Methodist Church Men'a
._, 1I..et .od Alm r.rl. u. will be done by "Fifi'
Club .
.. Monday at 8:30: p m It''
1-11. L N... GooI4 sod NV. I. J.Nair resident of The Venice Little thechurch TV

.. guwwt 111I.S43eur. ... L eo-....... Theatre Mr. Van Daan is play. Laurence L Barber of Arlington ELECTRIC \
lit* ed 1 by Larry Rhodes well Mass, lecturer and
'If.&ONO J... Hlk known to all radio listeners in photographer, will comment
|-Kr. ..4 Y'.. W. C. l..m>n. 9a.tMr.d this area and Mrs. Van Daan on I TABLE
UK s,... ....lth. lovilMix a color film he photographedon HOT T1
C., BUYM sad. Hra. Elnm by Gerl Pecker. who was seen Cape Breton Island, Nova VENICE
linhluiiik. sod.Mra. I U.t1Jr. ..0. PbooI H'%. In the first production of the I Scotia, New Brunswick, the \ ON CASTERS
canon Gasps Peninsula and Bonaven- s
XORTH-SOl KN\KNn: J... 11.* The leading! role that of : ture Island. FEED & SEEDSTORE POT Eipantlon arms to fit
t-Ul Voss Ull<* sad Crl l lock Anne Frank, will bring Ellen I A presentation of a charter to your TV let Made of
:.. Park of Sarasota to this theatre the club i Cub Scout pack will e tubular Keel In black
I-ii.. .
.Y I. u..ue a.d Ye.tin
eor_ hr%... for the first time Although also be on the program toil. were ter tee ioti. non-chip finish.
f-oI.: Ira N.Y' ,. sod 1Ir80_ young In years she brings con- The public is invited. Those taslant saNea. Heats inapt
frld, 303.Na derable theatre experience to attending are requested to "The and oiler ligaid. le .laut.r i
.. Complete 63
ant RarriM and CM. L. B.
M,HOT. 1034.. -v the role Mr. Dussel will be bring a covered dish and may 7.95 VALUE Q
EAST.WEST plaYed by David A. Hart who call the church office for further Garden Center" 3.98 VALUE 93
I--Aha" ..4 II..... R. C. Hwhm. 18''''. cored a solid hit as Teddy Information. DISCOUNT PRICEOSCILLATING
-Y. larf. 11'4 1......_ and M... T AFumtt. Brewster in the last produc- The club is two years old and 248 Miami Av. DISCOUNT PRICE 9 I. .

t-Hn.. W. & Hokka ..4 H. *w>. tion. Claire Stone well knownto has 62 members Clayton Walter Dial 488-3457
.n1\00 .... the Venice Theatre audience is president
t-II. I. R. II. L. Y t o.u .
.!, will play the part of Miep and -- ; i

B....'. Moo, J... Ur4K01TH8OUTH Ralph E Thomas well remembered -
from his portrayal of the
I--Mm. L N Uo.14 ... II.... J. J. Professor' in Everyone --

l-Nn.Nail I act 141 80mGoB.. L. H.HUtr Loves Opal," will be Mr. Krai- HAYES GROVE IRONING BOARD 1
l-Nma. ilL ., er. .-.Ir SPRINKLER
fcchooMd sod rJaw. ,
Iw'. Mike Cappl will direct and PAD & COVER =
NY.lre JMrMV .... B. N Goul, Seymour Smith la the technical
Nokomis Fla
I"Un'oWJt.IIT director. Rehearsals have
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Meet A cover makes Ironing easier _. -
BX VR.NIW1TB4IOITH J7rdr4 Tuesday a 9ualify Citrus Fruit Firi all standard Ironing boards. did central -

1-Hr .4 Mru VM B. C'raw. 104.
l-Mw. tenh. P,_..4 coal B ...
3-N....,II.1Irt,_ ..d.. J. H.: HIM. H'.. and District Secre- 1.98 VALUE 6_.95 VALUEDISCOUNT t:)16?
d-Yr C. L C- ... Yr 1... I. ary Mrs. Paul Kemp will conduct SSc'
PA0.r r.nl?wrdr Ny: the general meeting of thefomani MINEOLA TANGELOS DISCOUNT PRICE
.. PRICE j I
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... II" .. ...... << of Grace Methodist
::.. DoN ".W...... r.rail. Mn"R. Church; Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at PINK AND WHITE GRAPEFRUIT
...... the church.
"'-II.11.11.._. ....L. ". b1. .d r'a L W. Program theme will be I MURCOTT HONEY ORANGES to
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a n.- .d I- I'IaowI' K
v.1. 0.-. ..... 43.1.ar Women I Try Our Delicious
11 ... Mrs. E G Dan) Boone will
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1-Y'w : members of the Esther Circle
i.. LH103yr lotI.. ... JLwi, will serve as hostesses I GROVE AND PACKING HOUSE TOILET

a-i'0 .... r.. W. 1 _. All interested women are Invited. ; Located on Albe Farms Road, North End of' STACKSTOOL

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a 1- I .violet and cosmic rays 1000g laltllg molded I
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WILLIAM STUART .""....d.* special I Choice r variety i ot'itautlful

Texas grow rose buihes to '
SARASOTA COUNTY TAX ASSESSORwill make your garden t
alive with color

visit the following precincts to accept returns of' Choice of colors. 3.light, adjuttable floor-to-ceilmg.

INTANGIBLE & TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY encl Tapered. bo**, spring-action top.

HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION APPLICATIONS 77$ Swivel shades gleaming black fin.
Ish with brass trim. Height 79'
to 8"7".
NEW MOENDLUCET Fos NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE, February, February 2$ and March 3 f for

KITCHENStandto from 10 o'clock until 12 and I 'til 3 PM at the Municipal Office.

9.95 VALUE >

work ei ewe dom wood ENGLEWOOD Recreation Center February 26, from 10 o'clock until 3 P.M. at the Engle. $2.00We DISCOUNT PRICE 399

VENICE, The branch office will b. open from March II thru April I I. from 9 ,

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II North Port Charlotte Club NotesBy Jeanie Contest I NPC PERSONALSThe

Tuesday, Feb. 4 >t :2 pm. at Sunday at 5:43: p.m. at the teresting songs or poems and Open To Area's Willard Reveks had his I"ve In Clarendon Hill, Ill Road. flew Mrs. down Garvey and the
MARGUERITE PETERSON) I I the home of Mrs Charles Church. loin in the fun. The attendance brother and wife, Mr and Mrs. -0- baby from uW
I I home in Noank, .Conn.
Painter, 236 Jordan The ,
StreetCircle Ladies Bible Class has has been off for act
The North Port Charlotte Republican No. 2 meets Wednesday once their running about Girl Raymond Rezek stop Lt. and Mrs William A. Can then she drove on over to Cape
I more resumed 55 and sheet music la furnish. SingersA several days before flying on
Club was well represented Feb. 9 at 2:00: p.m. with meetings They meet each ed for the sing down to Jamaica, Brazil and vey and baby son are guests Kennedy to meet Lt. Garvev
when nine member attended Mrs Clair Rauch, 336 Marius I Thursday morning from l 10-11 The Community Sing is heldon Argentina for a three-week vacation | of his parents, Mr and Mrs. when his submarine, the U.s S.
the day long training Road talented young Florida Garvey on Marius Nathan Hoke docked last !
aim at the First Batpist Rezeks William week
Tuesdays .
session last Wednesday at the Church. at 7:30 p m. at girl with an excellent singing The Raymond
Terrace Hotel in Sarasola The Circle No S will! meet the the community center voice she could be from the
session conducted following week on Tuesday, -0- Venice will be awarded
was by Ray The Men's area
Feb. 11 at 2 at the homeof Shuffleboard League The Republican Club of
mond largest
of scholarship
Director ever
Humphreys '
Mrs. Terrence Peterson, 373 announced the league winners North Port Charlotte announces I 7a4fe foe E
the National Republican Division offered in the "Jeanie With the ljeJ
are the team of Dempseyand
of Education and TrainIng E Safford Terr a Dessert Card Partyat Light Brown Hair" auditions .
Kelly the
Mr. Circle No. 4 meets Wednesday runner-up the Community Center on when the 13th annual musical
said,program"We are all salesmen Humphreys for Feb. 12 at 2 p.m. at the team Is McGee and McMahon I Friday, Feb. 7 at 1 :30 p.m. event ia held at the Stephen
our party and must get out home of Mrs Wilfred Church- The men. play each Tuesday at There will be prizes, including Foster Memorial at White
and sell Success must start at Ill, 348 Freemont Ave. 1 p.m.The Women's Shuffle] I door, table and candy prizes Springs Feb. 15 S1
League For
tickets please call 426-1OO.
The winner this
-1..1 the- precinct M or grass roots TV and Mr.:--T.I ........ P"t.I at play the each recreation Thursday at 1 p.m. The Club reoorts their food first time will receive year a for cash the i .. .... .... "' ..'--:...,.... .....\\.'" .....-......
center "'
attendeodb qt t- sale last weekend \
It was pointed out that thousands erson Tuesday was a huge scholarship of $1,000 along with
of Floridians are not evening Jan. 21 at the success and they wish to express the coveted "Jeanie" title to RUG SERVICE
Kentucky Avenue World War I Veterans and thanks to all who labored HOME FURNISHINC
even registered to vote at all, Presbyterian the assist in her musical education
110 there is much work to be Church in Lakeland, Fla Mr first Auxiliary in both meet the and contributed to help according to Thelma A. e PATIO SHOP
week The
,f done. Peterson was guest speaker at February make it so.Esthers. Boltin, special events directorat FREE DECORATING
Those attending the meeting the banquet sponsored by the Auxiliary Feb. 4 at meets and on Tuesday, the Foster Memorial. In past ACCESSORIES
2 the Veterans
Men of the Church, with their the winner has received
were the president Mrs. Reginald hold their meeting on Thurs- Meeting years GIFT IDEAS
wives .
as guests from the
$500 scholarship
Schueler Lillian Downs, a
day, Feb 8 at 2 p.m. An interesting
second -0- Stephen Foster Memorial Commission
vice-president Helen
The Womens Societv of program is plannedfor Set while four
McCormack runners-up
hospitality chairman this Wednesday
meeting and all interested
; Velma Mackay, Helen Christian Service of the Trinity Veterans and their wives have received $200 scholarships :atttHOUSE
Frank Carolyn Pickens, Doll Methodist Church will meet at Mrs. M R. Currier ia chairman The latter will remainat
are urged to attend.
Claunch and Mrs. Stillie.. Mrs the home of Mrs Hubert Fox, of the Esthers of Venice $200 this year Miss Boltin
198 U.S Highway Drive on -40- social gathering scheduled for said.
Claunch Newsletter recently Chairman.was appointed Mr. I Monday. Feb. 3 at 2 p.m. The The Michigan Club of North Wednesday at 12:30 p.m, at Approximately 20 talented OF FURNITURE
Port Charlotte will
Ed Frank who U expected to topic will be "Women of the meet on Harbor Lights/ Mobilesites recreation young singers will) participatein .
Wednesday Feb. S at 7 .
Bible" Mrs is :30 p m. hall.
Robert 13th annual
Orr the auditions
be the next Tr. Venice
S. Tamiami
precinct commit-- the 421
at Center
Community All
president. She will be assisted by Mesdames sponsored by the Stephen Foster
teeman also CenterSERVING
attended the residents or former residents At Venice Shopping

training-! session --0- ". ........."...n .... ,"yu.. ,,... ... .... Coleman! Harold Foreman, Carl Memorial Commission and. .... ....
Herbert Cook Herbert the Florida Federation of Music
The next Republican Club The Ladies Missionary Circleof tend. & 1 ...... .i n---
meeting is scheduled for Wednesday the First Baptist Church Wenslv, Stella Spike and Clubs. The event is open to
-- Edna Runyan. girls between the of 17 COUNTY FOR IS YEARS
Feb. 12 at 7 30 pm. held their first organizational Members ot the Greater ages SOUTH
at the North Port Charlotte meeting last Monday eveningat Those wishing transportationshould and 21, inclusive, who are advanced r
Pittsburgh Club will
meet on
meet at the Masonic musicians capable of
Community speaker will be Center.Mr.. Lawrence Guest cayne the Boulevard.Church on The North follow Bis- at Thursday the North, Feb. Port 6 at '7:30 Charlotte: p.m. Temple Wednesday noon, Mr. giving creditable radio, television __[I -_r.'J> .! rY
Currier said
I and concert
Haynes of Venice, and his ing officers were elected: Mrs Community Center. The club performances.
topic will be "Lincoln, the Charles Henry president; Mrs reported a large turnout for
Great Emancipator. On the Wiseman. vice-president; Mrs. the basket picnic held earlier
agenda for the evening will be Allen Ringhorn, secretary; this month when more than 60
the appointment of the nominating Mrs. Charles Cuthbertaon assistant -attended and enjoyed a good
committee and the collection secretary-treasurer. time and are looking forwardto
of dues. The next meeting of the Missionary getting together again soon
We need each and PV'Pr"JG.O.P. Circle will be held on -0-
and we welcome new Thursday Feb. 13 from 1 to The Tuesday evening Community II
members You do not have to S p.m. at the Church. Sing is gaining in popu- K c

be registered to Join While I -0- larlt" with--___ many. epsidOnf______ _ot.tending. _. ... F
:yon are waiting to register The Young People of the Each month a different Cranf6 turns
Join us, we need your help. First Baptist Church elected state or region will l be
-0Twenty.niM officers for the new year. honored and of course be '
members attended Those elected were Faye Roth, counted to see who has the
the Men's Garden Club president; Robert Emrich, most in attendance Last Tuesday =
meeting last Tuesday evening vice-president and Sandra the states of Iowa, Wisconsin '9e. rtlrth4Kf
at the Community Center. Henry, secretary-treasurer I and Minnesota were 99
Mr. U. G. "Bob" Canfield a The Young People meet each honored. Bring along any In.MASLAND'S -
** member, Interesting --
gave an -- -- -
and informative talk on
"Plant Propagation" and demonstrated -
in detail bow to use ALL WOOL WILTONS

of the method"Marcottage"of or "Mossing REDUCED FROM $9.95 SQ. YD.
Many of the members, enthused I SALE for BABY
about this method, ire SALE STARTS
planning use it to Increase '

There were two guests and
two new members PATTERNS
joined. n Grants musery-values unbeatable! Frond and
They were Mr Louis Fromm i are improved for over
and Mr G. Harry Dover who 30th fifty yean: Grants-own brand daliy-aav ngs.preeee, go even lower for
is visiting here from Sikes- $749 this safo. Grant counter overflow with everything baby need*
town. Mo., but has contracted

for a home here In North Port r Sq. Yd. GRANTT-OWN! RAND IOIINCINO Mil*'
and plans to move here next
8 t a' r
year l

After were the served meeting The refreshments next ti3 SURF IN GOLD.GREENMOTHPROOFI BEIGE :..Y r q ,! I Hi-ris triple thick crotch, DOT absorbency Sale 4 "" 99C

meeting will be on Tues.. Feb .. .. o lab-tested cotton. 1-0. Riouutir pn 100
18 at '7:30: pm. at the Community j4
Center y, t

Mr. Claire C. Coons it presi THECARPET J /. SOFT, WARM KIMONOS GOWNS Sale| O t"
den&0 CENTER T : I Comfort-cut cotton flannel,. aHorM Jk 99C

v t styles, rib-knit collar. Infant.: UOUIAHIT.....
The four circles of the First 2&4 S. Trail In Venice Phone 488.2198

Presbyterian Church of North BROADLOOMS RUGS CARPETSSee
Port Charlotte will meet at the t C 'BREETHEEZ' WATERPROOF PANTS O
following times Our Large Sefocf/oni Biff" From Our Large Inventory i" Complete comfort, protection. LanoBa Sale w p"" OOf JP
Circle No. 1 will meet on '' 4 'a,
treated plastic. Size 5-M-L-XL.: MOUUUUT Iti
rI r- .. _..,...... J :
I h '

.\n A e D. UNDERPANTS, SIZES 110 61

C $ Girls' Eiderlon (cotton-rayon), or O Aflf
( v r Spunlo' acetata. Boyg' cotton kmX Sale O V T1H
s 1 "
t .VUMT).< pro


Girls' slipon with cap bouldor, bora

\ R? T-shirt Both, short sleeves Sale 2 ,., 99c

IWlAaiTIfiea.MOUUttYLJt .
Y .prp.ptaty at 'FOR
NO IFS :j t .
r. Beautiful, crisp cotton. Bouffant! or

NO ANDS : A-Iine style. Lace, built.up shoulderaNO .. Sal,le 99C
IOTS ; 0

TerYtorcr :: --1 mrCOUPON-- 'J

rAtx : s QE ta s BABY STROLLERS R l l E R

v Plastic Seating and Cabanna 19 71

Cover Valued At g"


BANKI"t > !rnnJIlIII.UnUm1;

t Good aoVice. The folks at Sarasota Count/I oloW! bank

I Ii''t, have the experience and ability to arrange a Business Loan

'I' t, for you that will be |just right for your needs

Come in this week and tall to one of our Loan Officer

about your business loan needs They can take care of .- ;? .
them promptly. ::: ; t. Cremt I FULL-SIZE DELUXE :.e
/ I 111 .c... +otem Inml 1 1

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1'1'1'1'I ll llI / Sale 57' i 111' .l

I I ,4 U UOLUUUfO Sale 21.99

I r .- Top buyl! Combed cotton lab 'Charg 4r'.l.as weekly
tested machine washable. In I Exctpt.fonal'alool! Superior
i !! woekniert
toddlew', children's. ship fine quality
( sIngl.!
7ViziVSARASOTA ,,, side with drop
I amen ; adjustable

I 1 raseIi #=?* 3-powtion spring support iI

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, JANUARY 30 \\H* .

By BERfII\Nettings PERKINS Power! Squadron Top RecordsCompiled Kinkaid Wins Lemon Bay Regatta I IENG

488-1655 P.O. Box: 185 Nol mU To Celebrate50th by Rona Sean OOD A Carbon winners were: i Kincaid, Stanford, Cooper.

. of Gilbert Youth ServiceA Cliff, ILL, national champion In A hydros, first heat Billy Overall wjnnera: Stanford I
Lade! and gentlemen: come one, come aU, step right up, B racing runabouts and B hy Hutchins! Cooper, and Andrew Cooper, Kincaid.
three i. Minstrel here.Show Thursday Nokomis Friday and FirePpartment BirthdayVenice first In the history of the recording business, two songs dros, was top point winner Jolieslau; second heat-Hutch- I
et unex eiled Union Volunteer by the same artist hold down the number one position. You Sunday in the Eighth Annual ins, Jolieslau, Kincaid; overall Raccoons often dunk their
show Now
annual I
a 13th am just reminding you guessed the group The Beatles The songs "I Want To Lemon Bay Regatta here Sunday winners: Hutchins, Jolieslau, food in water, though they will
:cause I'm sure you are gomg. It is the Auxiliary of Power Squadron will Hold Your Hand" and "She Loves You." The sky's the limit before a crowd estimatedat Cooper. eat it dry Some scientists
th.n"n I want to talk abuut They are the hard working gala observe the 50th anniversary for these boys Lesley Gore offers some pretty stiff competition say
3,500. B runabouts, first and sec coons moisten their food because -
h 1.lItthe scene Much work of the founding of the United with her hit, "You Don't Own Me," in the second spot
ond heats .
production States Power Homer Kinkaid, who was : Tom Roath.B they have poor salivary
actual the Sarasota Squadrons with this week. .
the at I Hospital, and will I driving for W H. Bartleson of hydros, first heat Kin glands.
stay .
must party Saturday night 7 .
'.e''I/Ive. who with phone be happy to see_her friends. Early Wynn's Steak at Housein p mat Honors also go to the Marketta for "Out of Limits" go- Englewood, copped four heats, caid, Ron Messinger, Roath,
but can help Ing from number to number four. "Um Um Um.Um Um
.me costumes, --- South Venice 15 was second in two and third ina second heath, Kincaid, Mes
sewing driving on husband Mr and Mrs Herbert Nun- The Urn" by Major Lance and "Anyone Who Had a Heart" by pair For his efforts he was singer, Don Eldridge Overall i
di1ng sets first squadron was founded Dionne Warwick also moved fast.
t up awarded winners: Kincaid,
the Tom Adams Messinger
' "to. around on ticket gesser, of Euclid, Ohio, are Feb 2, 1914, when
representatives pro's Brenda Lee and Bobby RydeR are giving up Trophy, Inaugurated this year Roath. !
and program work. Many spending the winter at the of 20 yacht clubs and their throne for the
lea also double in the associations from and sliding down to make way new. by Florida' secretary of state.Englewood'a C runabouts, first heat -
girls home of Maine to
these Mr and Mrs John comers
Stanford, Frank Stroud, John
Chesapeake own Jack Stanford -
,w. the Aux- Okon, Roberta Bay Drive The New York Yacht Bay Club met at There the New additions: The Bird may have been the word last week, captured three firsts anda McCall; second heat and over
grades; the show, but this week, the word is "Baby." It's in the title of two of
helping hand, that Nungessers have two sons, who are now 338 aquardons with a second, Tommy Hotten of all winners: same.
is the our new additions, "Baby, I Love You" by the Ronettes and
nit throughout the year, with their families live, one in total: membership of 53,790 in lakeland, won two firsts and C hydros, first heat: Hooten,
by ready to offer aid to the Euclid, and the other, in Men- the United States and neighbor. "Talkinj About My Baby" by the Impressions. From babywe a third as did Tom Roath of Kincaid, Henry Shakeshaft Jr,
to "fool" "What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am)
go (
Denver, Colo and Melvin heat
smelt in the emergencies ter, Ohio. The grandchildrenall log countries ; second Kincaid, Shake-
by the Tams and "A Fool Never Learns" by Andy Williams
Cooper, Albany, Ga., register. shaft. Overall winners: Kin-
must meet Union enjoy grandmother's newsy The squadrons were organized Pick Hit: "I Only Want To Be With You" Dusty Spring.
three seconds and a third. caid Hooten.D .
for our Nokomis letters about the fishing and for and dedicated to the field. Shakeshaft
'"lunteer eel i Fire Department birdwatchmg they are doing in education of motorboat owners Winners Listed runabouts, first heat I Ili
",uuliaryu the land of sunshine and operators in the proper This Last Two Weeks on First, second and third place Stanford, Cooper; second heat,
-0- Mr Nungsesser was with the methods of safe handling of Week Week Weeks Sang and Recording Artist The List -
and Mrs. Thomas Cleveland Illumination Company their boats and the present

.,L. James St., have ascc until his retirement. l&ws and regulations governing 1 M *1 Want To Hold Your Ram -"She
house guests Mr and -- the same Loves You" Beatles ... ,.... VJ \ "
Pete Scudere of WashingVa Mrs Edgar S. DeMryer, The party will also sews to 13 "You Don't Own Me" Lesley Gore X "
Returning from a sumpent Magnolia Ave., has northto celebrate the graduation of the > 4 1 "There! I've Said It Again"
",, in Europe, the Scud- spend some time gone with her members of the recent piloting Bobby Vinton .. . .. .... ........ 8 !
stopped in Hollywood to family She will divide her time class. 4 15 15 "Out Of Limits" Marietta ... ... S )
,i his, sister, then, he and Mr between daughter Joan, Mr Special guests wiB be Lt. 5 II 18 "Hey, Little Cobra" Rip Chords 3
des, having been lifetime and Mrs. Charles R. Holland Cmdr. Arthur R. Seligman of 8 18 "Anyone Who Had A Heart"
ends, came over here for a and family at Wilbraham, Clearwater and K a riB. Dionne Warwick ..... ...... .. ..... 1
? weeks visit with the Mass, and daughter Nan, Mr Squires of Palmetto, a member 7 20 ""Urn Urn: Um Urn, Urn, Urn"
ade'0 and Mrs. Wallace E. Huntington of the first piloting class givenin Major Lance.. .. . .. .. .. :2
of Hazardville Conn 1914 by the U. S. Power ( b 9 "Whispering" Tempo & Steven .. 4
The, Her and Mrs Carl By- --o-, Squadron He is a member of ( 1 1 "Louie, Louie" Kingsmen .. . 9 You may save big money on 3 occasionsby
and children, from Chester. Our thanks to Mrs. Ethel M the Anna Maria Squadron. 10 3 2 "Popsicles & Icicles" Murmaids 8
tn, N. Y. are house guests Weeks and Mrs George W Recent Graduates 11 :2 5 "Surfm" Bird" Trashmen .....- .. S
Alfred E. Bah.I 12 12 . ......
!Mr and Mrs Collins for their letter of in- Members who 17 "For You"-Rick Nelson 3 home business
just graduatedfrom
I, Coquina Ct Mr Byers leminister terest in the bald eagles Papa the recent piloting class 13 8 4 "Forget Him" Bobby RydeU... 8 insuring your car, or
of Methodist 14 17 20 "
the "Daisy Petal Pickin1
t Eagle often struts with arrogance Robert M.
Chapman, RalphE
Chestertown.Vr I Fireballs .. .....
inch of on the sand bar In frontof Cox Richard Jimmy Gilmer i SIS
L. Davy, JohnS. 8 8 "As .......
-0- Usual"Brenda
Lee II
and is sometimesseen .
place Fishback who this seal
my L Glen. through
a man displays
Frank P. Brown, Crosse I' along the waterways gathering zing, William 0 Hall, GeorgeS. 16 "Baby I Love You" Ronettes... 1
Tenn, spent a few days fish cast fishermen 17 "A Fool Never Learns"Andy
rest and business, at his but their away nest is almost Frederich Hough, G.Walter Rohrs F, Carter Minnerly E, Williams. ..... ....... .. 1 ,
M here on Shore Rd inaccessible in the woods. Roth 18 "Talking About My Baby"
deep Samuel S Roth, RobertR. .. . . .
-0- They left last year's nest because Impressions ? .s. ... 1 1. When .
Spaulding bay
L. a policy
',[r and Mrs. William Jackal traffic,pushed too closeto Spaunburg, Warren B. Spurge, 19 7 7 "Nitty Gritty" Shirley Ellis . II
Akron, Ohio, are spendthe them. For all their size and Robert A. Swalm John A. 20 "What Kind of Fool (Do You Think An independent agent is free to select the best policies! from several strong, reliable
winter in Venice Bay strength they are shy. Ward and the I Am) Tama ... ..... . 1
quite following women
Ar Park. affiliates: insurance companies. He can make sore that you get the right kind of

V deepest-0-sympathy to the NPC Tax Branch Mrs. Marcella M Hall, Mrs. Insurance for your individual situation at the best price. ,

'"ilj of Mr Hugo Henry Lux, Nancy L. Priest, Mrs. Grace S.
Dona Drive For ExemptionsNORTH Minnerly and Mrs Janet R. ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION I

-o.. CHARLOTTEFor Davy 2. When you have a lossAn
PORT All members and wives are
''Ir! Lawrence C.has K Peter.herd the convenience of North invited. Reservations may be independent agent is free to be on your side in dealing vMs tin imorano
". Church
Street as
Port Charlotte taxpayers, William obtained from Paul Nowland, MAINTENANCE
her cousin.. Miss Grevil- Stuart, Sarasota Countytax chairman, P 0 Box 1543 or at< company. He uses hit slid! knowledge, and independent position to mat HIT*
Norman, from Milace, will be in the
,n. Miss Norman, having red Municipal assessor Office to take 1964 488-1231. LIGHTING SUPPLIES I you are paid not only promptly but fairly as well./ He mat* no charge for these

after 25 years teaching Homestead Exemptions on An hour's factory work In service ,
ool in Wilson, N. C., is havi Feb 25 and March 3. 1902 would buy 3.4 pounds of ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inca
real sunlnnd trip. She Stuart willfbe available be- bacon, compared with 2.2! I

.G Minnesota weather! and in flew four direct19 below i 3 tween pm 10 to 12: a.m. and 1 to pounds 1932. in 1942 and 1.8 poundsin Base 1 Cocknll i Streets Phone 4884794s 3. Any time in betweenAn I

ring Tampa the Petersons sunshine she After will If any of the residents In the independent agent keeps your coverage up-to-date wills. fhe cost of replacing I
need filing declarations
area help I
II see' a former co-worker of domicile or in making your home or busmen and informs you about new poIic 4K. You won't 1 lose
out State Intangible tax returns -
'and West Palm Beach be- big money because of insufficient insurance or incomplete knowledge.
Stuart will be on handto
ming to north in April.
-o- assist them on those dates. Ai your local independent agents, wet) be happy to give yo' The: Big Differ
'e are happy that news of
Lawrence C. K. Peterson Overflow CrowdAt nc* in Insurance today continuing, personal attention. Stop in! any time.

;ood He has been in Roches- LV VENICE ,.. 9:30: a.m. 250: p.m. LV. VENICE ." 1000: .m'' 5:10: pm.Ar. ,
Minn. having a physical DedicationThe Sarasota .... 9:40 a.m, 3:10 p.m. At. Punta Gads Flaq Stop Flag Stop

ckup which says all is official dedication of At. St Pete .... 10:10 I a.m. J:40: p.m. AI. Ft. Mv-n .., 10:25 p.II\t 5:45: p.m.AI. .
4 I, to he will return homed Emmanuel Lutheran Church Tampa .. ,. 10:35: un. 4:05 p.rn. AI. Miami .,... 11:30: p.m. 6:50: p.m. BLALOcK
Sunday was attended by 279 ,
: -- persons FARE TO TAMPA ........ $9.50* FARE TO MIAMI _._ $18.90* nil
twcomers In town are Mr ranct
'. Mrs Robert Carter, who The nave of the church seats .
'deciding Just where to live 160 persons and the overflow FOR TICKETS AND RESERVATIONS CALL OR SEE 0/ Es'obfi."ed 1929
just what to do. Good wish- crowd was seated in the church 243 W. VENICE AVE.

and Good-Luck to them. parish Guest hall.preacher was The VENICE TRAVEL BUREAU VENICE FLORIDA

f| are pleased to tell you Rev. Carl Driscoli of Tampa, 314 W VENICE AVE. PHONE 488-2238 PHONE
t Mrs Ralph S. (Margue- and The Rev Charles I. Rowe 488-6791 .
.'I I Hudson, Blackburn Rd., pastor, conducted the dedica- *Pius 5% Federal Transportation Tax Standard Baggage Allowance 40 Ib4 pw

returned to her home from tion service.


Special Buys OnCOLOR

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Class P.i -
Open In

Adult Program QUICK FROZEN GRADE A 5 Ib. bag49C

SalesmanshipFor Turkeys 39c Sugar

the Sarasota the first time Community this year

School will offer a class in

benefit salesmanship to anyone which regardless will be of of 10O2 Ib. avg. lb. Limit en* with $S or more order

his profession or occupation;
although it Is structured main. I -
ly for persons in the retail
business, route selling sales
managers or others who are
1 in a sales position. .
The class began Tuesdayand r
will meet each Tuesday
thereafter from 7 to 9:30: p.m. E
and will continue for 10 weeks P
It will include such topics as
personal relations in the sell.
ing field, humor in selling, _
dedication to protell lon, the NCHa
approach, prospecting, analysis r .
of a salesman and many wNaturally
Albert Sanchez, who has a Nature Aged For TendernessWD
degree in Business from Tam-
pa University and who has BRAND U.S. Choice Sirloin, < or Booties Top Round
worked in all fields of selling
T, from route selling<< to sales r
manager, will be the instruc

tor.A fee of $3a\ payable on Per C
the night of registration. The S k 9
class will meet in Room 206 of 04 I Pound

ditional Sarasota IJ3:. information High SchooL call For 58-ad. FXCELt.EaG *, e ii s

MM lff4to Jai 30 Tie. ,... I
VENICE STORE ONLY UaS ON Year CUk Whi (5 .,Jfcra Or W
Special Church U.S. 41 & SAN MARCO DR.

9 tjn to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Fr'u Coffee
Services BeginA 9 t m. to 7 p.m. Sat. W-l1 Brand U.S. Choice
Osautlty Rights Reserved

listic four-day services series began of last evange- H T Bone Steak lb. 9S<
nightat .
the Venice Assembly of God AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY JM
Church. The speaker for the KU CAstor C
House 3 9
services I is the Rev. Stanley ,
MacPherson, who has Just re- Steaks & 79' 1 Mb.CaaTB.Jr 1.11I.' Call
preaching turned from 11 months of R .
outside the United J nowiY
States. Some of the countries BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP, RUMP OR RIB "'' 46 Cmit

moa he has, Fiji been Islands in included, New Zealand Sa.- : Rib Roast 1&. 89'CENTER Pineapple Juice ..4 .: sl00

Australia, Indonesa, Singapore .. DETERGENT
Cn PYd r Ie ltvpN
Malaya, Thailand, CUT pq..
Hong Kong, Korea, Japan. For- Samsoni Large Fab 4 u.&f_ slOO
mosa, as well as the State of t ChuckRoast *. 59'ROUND
In addition to preaching each BONEShoulder "Ie..
night at 8 o'clock Mr. Mac- DRYER 1. Soups 8 IW EItk .100]
Pherson will l show pictures he Roost &. 69'
has taken in his recent evange. GREEN GIANT CUT
listie effort Services will con- Maewas.ro1.y01WarW.eauavf toti4sLTu.a "
tinue through Sunday. Time for Asparagus 5 FMe 100
the Sunday evening service
will be 7 o'clock. All are invited ,,, Pot Roast a VAN CAMP _p.
to attend.

; 1'm 1 PUT *Qe Pork and Beans 5 IFb C-sloo
Beef Stew & ASTOR FRUITCockfail
S61 Million TakeIn .- ,a ,

Beverage Tax uuiiul ,IWdk:J .JconlonC.c.lL :' . 5 ua = *1 looSUPERIRAND

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The first half of fiscal year ... Evaporated Milk T f'.c..10c
I963-C4 ended with a record $61 .
million collected by the State
Beverage Department in alcoholic
beverage and cigarette
taxes, Director Richard B. I
rru r.y ,
Keating reported f 1
December's collections were Creamy, Sm *tk
up more than $3 million over
December of the previous year, { I T Ice Cream
for an increase of 42.11 per roe HAn
cent, Keating said WITH 111 WOCTII Qr II THRIFTY MAID
The total collection of $61- $ 199 awnaw n 'B B
.* 128045.96 for the full six-month WITHOUT EEF Catsup I I
period represents an increaseof TAPU 914.H5 NOO _
39.39 per cent over the first I Ga 5 s1OO L
half of fiscal 1962-63 A portionof ONLY '
the increase is attributed to Y
the additional tax: imposed on MOtoeo YA/RTY A IlUI lAY
the products by the state leg. cAaRVtaa uuR
islature during its last session. Fijl '

:'p ''RY: $ E I [S .FRESH PRODUCE: : Regular

Saturday SEABREEZE GRADE A FLORIDA US. NO. 1 VENT YUCPotatoes Sliced Arrow Bleach a:f: 19

[I] Bacon
Venice-Nokomis Drove 141

. Benevolent Does, will and hold Patriotic a rummage Orderof LARGE EGGS Treet Crackers. & 29'
.r- sale Saturday from 9 ALL PURPOSE
a.m until
5 p.m. at 137 Venice Ave. e :25 t 89 Ib. 491
Members are requested to Astor Oil -- 49'
bring sale articles to the store s m m
Friday afternoon, Mrs. L. H. $ loo { FANCY CRISP, ALL PURPOSE DIXIE DARLING
Simmonds, chairman, be _
called articles.for pickup of larger 2 doz. Apples fANCY LARGE STALK. 5 Ibs. 49c c.nl Botto. Dinner DIXIE! DARLING Rolls 12.l- Iftc

Re-Election Asked [I Cusp elery. stalk ioc Camp StoolsCaramel Buns *': 39

By Stahlschmidt OLD FASHION Green Onions 2 bunchn 19c' FROZEN FOODS

I Robert H Stahlschmidt. 33 J Cheese II.-59< SWEET TENDER
1: \'f.. Sarasota County Prosecuting UPER81AN1)! FAPAlHOU. FROZEN APPLE, CHCSRY oc rEACH
j,, Attorney, has announced for fI Crisp Carrots 2 for 25e Deep re-election. Cottage Cheese Fruit Pies
3 for $100ro
In announcing his candidacy 2 n>.cuP55c: .
Stahlschmidt said "I have enjoyed MEAT VALUES TASTE 9 CCA FROZEH fiSM
serving the people of i\\ I'tI'i\'II\\\\! \ \\\\\:\\(\\II'III'llm\!\\\ !' MORE 32.(.J" HOC
I'j Sarasota County: the past three 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE '" UutOs, A7 Cake I Dinners! } 3 f lor $1

I years to do so.and" During desire the to past continue three M *k IM Jon.l mm BraakfartUnlS ..d*. .. [I TENDER BONELESS UO _ ASTOR FROZEN

:years Stahlschmldt has filed Information iMf* 8 I-1 French
Veal Roast 20 Gallon Fries 3 $100
on over 9,000 cases m O..e.re.acA.AwA..m.M1: .
I', 'i'' Evansville Stahlschmidt, Ind.,was and resided born in in eo-IIMIT.,V.M ONI no.ri...CUIIOMM_,........, GalvaniudGarbage ASTOR fROZENOrange

Florida from 1933 through 1941. s j Per *yOc Juice. 4 tar. $1001
lIe is an Army Air Force vet- m4 IIJ
eran and is a radiate of Indiana Pound j 7 Cans ASTOI FROZEN

University his Bachelor where of Science he received |/ SO EXTRA",-TOP,..VALUE,..STAMPS dM1.- COPEUNO'S SECRET SEASONED Qwp or Leaf' SpbradiEngGsh :

and coming LLB to Degrees.Sarasota in Prior 1958 to, ;.O.relo a Spaniel:w sloe Pork Roll Sausage- > 49cTARNOWS $189 yeas 6 for $100
-- ..
Indiana Stahlschmidt for three practiced law in ...... OMI t.IM a CUITOMY wr.OYM.N.. -. i" Cut MUtsiw MtUkhlW
years. .
He la a member of Phi Gam. :-v''agh' --- Skinless Wieners 49c Cream Style Con -
ma Delta, Elks Club, Sarasota Y uJu i I I" I.
{.'! County Young Republicans, Republican JU.UI.: NIJJWi W K'fso !!\ I I ,
m I 11
Party League of Sara. \iii. //1 .mYhn r4R111111VTdiT\ ml .IIIIIIIIIYIY
./ I IOta County, Florida, Sarasota Bar Association Bar Association .- "i, MaA EXTRA..N rl TOP,.w.AWE Mar.STAMPS..r TOP...and VALUE....r.l.w.s STAMPS EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS:V>'ijI 100.Ya EXTRA eH..-TOPVALUE..+e"n'r-.e STAMPS 50-EXTRA..-TOP..VALUE....-STAMPS--" ,
.. r'QN.lUMl ........... .
Largi JIM ail HWM -W I
..; 1 din j ,Lutheran and a member Church.Nitrocellulose of. Concor- I l eywlti'-4 ... sloe I Stitz 59e 11100 Armour St.rtt T..al".I&1"j. : j
o = ._.. Mat b $3 .. .
1 T 4 derived main ""a..gr..CA.eawrow.eMn.15.1 Ow CANNr C5050 _/ .chd'II/'CUiTOMH.... iMm ....h'w. : ... .!!. r.:: a..e.uoIII.....eec. .. CIIITOri IIMIf. 010 OOII/Oa..RMM ,
C..rl.r.w slues a/Y./ TA.A -,I LIMn, ONI HI cuToau e-..vat n.Mwa ha'.rr t c..W.--.1

t: ingredient ly from wood of of rockets oulp some is solidfuelpropellants a major J/ j fJ!... mf'ff'ffflfml1111'l 'fffllS. >>;; v.w;_;

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JANUARY 30, 1164

lye' I' THE VENICE GO N DOLI I E -it pt/ t nmETmf

'I 11 Venice East News New Hampshire Leader 'Hopeful' /Interest Statements MailedThe I

STUBBSMQeaskedto Veterans Administration According to Rufus H Wilson
SALLY serving the
proud of be-' The Venice South East County. meat The meetings are held la processing some 7,000 statements regional' office manager,
IJ'B1 joiIa Community the second Monday of each the statements include GI loan
the G of Assn.to Inc membership Is open month in the offices of the Of Lodge Draft For PresidentThe of loan interest and mortgages carried by veterans
expansion program any resident of
TIER'S> the develop. corporation building The of- property taxes for the calendar and other persona) who harabought

facers for 1964 were Installed year 1963 paid by Florida veterans' homes which
at the January meeting man spearheading NewHampshire's home owners whose mort- were in default and on which I
President, Mr. James E. Draft-Lodge-for. gages are held by the VA-and the VA holds mortgages.
Smith; Vice President, Mr President campaign spent the Home Mortgages Masonic Temple they will be issued without re- He Mid the statements will
Thomss Ryan; Secretary and past weekend in Venice talking quest from the borrower. be mailed tomorrow.
hopefully of riding a winner
Treasurer Mrs.
Elmer He-
deen. across the finish line In the November .
Show DeclineHome Hosts
national election.He .
fON yLDC DA'B rn ..Or Ott A EKA' iUAw Mr, Frank Starr resigned asa was J. Richard Jackmanof

1 Nl CP"beME1Cr member of the board of trustees Concord. N. H., who was returning purchase mortgages School and worship
w r and Mrs. Sally Stubbs was home from a Miami recorded in Florida reached services of the First Christian

elected to fill out the one year meeting of the printing indus $1,270,037,000 through October Church of Venice (Disciples of : :
term. A social hour followedthe try. He stopped in Venice fora of last year, but this high vol. Christ) are to be held every
stay with his longtime friend, ume was six per cent below the Sunday morning at the Masonic
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Robert Arbuckle, operator of same period of 1962, the Flor. Temple in Venice, beginning kJ
: ward Tracy acted as host and Admiral Benbow Inn on Casey ida State Chamber of Com. next Sunday. ft
A hostess. Key. merce reported in its Weekly I I
Not On Ballot Business Review Since the church was organ- '
ized about its meet-
"The for a year ago
The name of Henry Cabot peak year home
Mr. and Mrs. W. ings have been held in the recreation
F. Funk of Lodge, U. S. Ambassador to purchase activity !in the state t
Venice East hall of the Venice Bay
Boulevard have, Vietnam, will not be on the bal was 1959 when the ten-month J
returned from Trailer Court. The church now
TaA a visit to Glenn lot in New Hampshire's March tally stood at $1,473,000,000
Rock, N. J, where they were 10 presidential preferential primary The next three years averaged has more than 50 charter mem-
guests of their son and family] Jackman said. tl.316,000,000 for the like paled bers and attendance at the
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Funk and church service is approaching
But there will be slate of
their children, Rebecca, Jim Lodge-favoring candidates a for : "Florida savings and loan associations 100 each Sunday morning Sunday FINAL DAYS
mie Mark and Wilbur J delegates to the Republican were the original school is held at 8:15: and
worship service at 10 o'clock
Funk Jr The grandparents lenders of
report National Convention in San $604,956,000 of the
the children really added state's ten-month total last each Sunday morning The
Francisco. Jackman added thatif
Rev. Gilbert Peery, of Braden-
test to their visit. year Commercial banks loan
as many as four of the 14
ton, presently is pastor of the I
ed $117,964.000 individuals
-0- delegates elected are Lodge

The Angelo Sabatinl's of supporters, and there is a loaned $203,940000; and government church__ __ __ 1 TABLE
Sandhurst Drive have been write-In of 10,000 votes for him, agencies 316396000. I u
very busy entertaining their he was certain Lodge would Insurance companies $27,181- 2
house guests. First come home and actively seek 000 as original lenders, up 11 54 57
their FOR Values to $10.95 e
daughter, Mrs Rae Ashmoreand the Republican presidential ister per cent, the. only group to reg. Lots Alora/n '641
I her three children Kanie, nomination.Two presidential. hopefuls, totals are available B0E93iUflH959aMHEaDiK9 Glamour Deb's Cover Girls
Jeff and Brad from Wheaton,
Ill. Then their son's Coy Nelson Rockefeller of for six counties Volusia OPENS NEXT WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Sabatm family, New York and Sen. Barry with $39,002,700, up 25 per cent ''S YOUR SIZE HERE?
I was the only gain. Broward'atotal
Goldwater have entered the
Jr. the son's Steele and Lorry came to $120623,800: r aSa h1ZE I 5 IS\il\ 6 0i'! 7 i'l\ l 8 816 l 9 19HII0
wt \ naew and Mrs. Sabatlni's Hampshire preferential
Father, Dade $299,903,600; Tmellas AAA I I 11111nTIIrAA I I
Mr. Ben Scavo of Chicago. The primary and there likely will a I I
be two others on the ballot, $89783,800; Duval $85,277,700: Z I 9 Ii luTi j o
last visitors were anothcdaughter's end Orange $52,538,100."Mortgages I 11 I I I 3J...!
family, Mr. and 3ov. George Romney of Mich. e B 1 31aTi1+i zTZ-I-6-I-f
g gan and Harold Stassen, a included In these I 1 II I
Mrs. Tonlo Rotolo, daughter
Figures are those of $20,000 or
candidate f
many-times o rsomething
Carol and son Jackie. Jackiean less (as reported to the Home
Florida. .. ardent golfer spent every Doesn't Like 'Em Loan Bank Board) secured al.mort 1 TABLE

1 at Us most beautiful, moment family other activities than the on planned the- "I found that neither Rockefeller properties entirely," by residential i Z
nor Goldwater had the
golf course. I am sure the 56 511
natural IImagfcw children came to be sure Ange qualifications' I wanted to vote FOR Values to $15.95
for, Jackman told a newsman SS
\ and Ida were happy in their: Beneficiaries
new home in the south. A living "Many others believe the Penaljo Fortunet Miracle TreadIS
same For this reason I
example of their contentment way. Required To File
\ Florida More wsprt..before tourists and is their yard and flow filed as a candidate for the 1 YOUR SIZE HERE?
beaches ... knit, beautiful and San Francisco convention as a beneficiaries
crowded; lazy'warm ers. The night of the frost Many receiving 4AAA
quiet ICs still/ very much that way at Cape Haze, but warning was evidence of their] Lode! supporter. social security payments continue Florldo'l 1I.ot., .t,maul.1oll.actlonl NILE I 5 f5"4T l 1 6 T with modem touches to add to your enjoyment Exclusive "The name of Ambassador to work after thl'have/ Naw.ahbr ramad \
care every pot plant and .ltd buildlngil Now attroetiaritl I I I TTiTri I I i!I i
,yet not expensive,this lovely community hIS shrub was dressed for the Lodge could not be entered applied for such benefits, according 50. Woman's Woold-all _
private Gulf Beach large swimming pool and cold wave, giving the up grounds without his permission, and he to George T Bnnks, of Hill' yoer. New (lead AI' IMbillon AA I 4'9 I |110'' 6\ j| 9--n-n-' I | ",| %
cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet and had not allowed that becausehe the Sarasota Social -plu. ipoelal Audubon -B 110 3 11I-1-9-I-t 111-1--\-3-1--
the look of wax museum. e.hob, ,.... 18th annual Florida I |15 I I | | | | \
trap shooting, paved and shrubbed roads and central a. feels his present missionIs Office .
'I Eapameen.tot.
I water system. A paradise for bathers, 'boater* and too important for him to be Each one of these, if under and County ..hiblt, ...Cattle
1 sportsmen...Just 6 miles from Boca Grande's fine Among the many artists In !involved! in politics here back age of 73, has the obligation wine, poultry and rabbit iliawt, 1 TABLE
tarpon fishing and golf f. lltles. Seclusion without Venice East there is one new nome.. to file an annual report of earnings ...International Orchid. Show
Isolatioll ...the perfect locate for your home) 'In enthusiastic student. Mrs. Ed- "But we have reason to be- I If his earnings for the .Florida. American International Hlbhcw Co Show._, .. Z
florid.Two-thirds sera residential sites from $3500.', ward Hansen became so enthralled !eve that if the people show year run over $1,200. $8 S14
with the beauty of the enough demand, he will make Those beneficiaries who received FOR Values to $16.95
New Hampshire Country they himself available He'll meet
only part of their checksIn c BIG
visited this summer that she his duties as he always has in 1963 because of excessive 2 WEEKS I ValentinesIS

e Oft HAZE CDWOMJ10N: tried to capture some of It In his distinguished career of pub- earnings will be mailed an an- BIG SHOWS!
water colors and found she hadquite ice service nual report form during Janu-
0 ; r.o..an 1fT .
rwMh PIwY.nl
a talent She is now attending -I Jackman is chairman of the ary 1964. Beneficiaries who received

41.__ ._.... .m. sec.*t......<. art classes under the board of Blanchard Press Inc, no checks in 1963 because Hurricane Feb Hill 4-Driven.{ Thrill EI7E I II |ISHI| 6\ |IMI' : | 7I -176! !8 lByll!9 51110!!
v...... instruction of Mrs. Elise Chap. one of the natlon'slarest magazine their .. .
iii ha 77S Iw IMIfr Ca*> earnings were too Sh. Pius Jerry Murad Her.en.r
_arse.... 771..H"as Cm e..n_.t man. printers. great, will he mailed an annun] .anlcals and M. P_ Wo.- AMA I I I T I I r I r t i n---i ii -
re :. ann es- ref -e- He was president of Rumford report during February 1464 Show. tight big howl' AU i 11 i i 11rr i f fnA

-0' :: 1t"* '- :': Mr. and Mrs Fred Bur Press of last Concord June with before Blanch-it Banks recommend that beneficiaries Tick.'i F.b on S,wle s, f noel, II I end i IS I- a S |14|I-i |l5 I i 315 I | 1J
'N merged
the form
use report IMCA Big" Car Auto RetekMb
4 roughs have as their houseguest ard. The Rumford division of being mailed to them as it is a tau -B I 1 I 8I4I911012I418101 I I | | f
..... Mrs. Earl Wood of Syracuse Blanchard prints some 10 million pre-punched card and will RCA Chompienthip, *edea_
N. Y. It is especially magazines a month, in- speed the processing of the report The wildtit dhow' la the w..t.
nice that VI can be here novas 1 TABLEODD
Champion bape from all
luduijt Saturday Review, At- and payment of any benefits
the will
Mrs. Burroughs has just ever nation riding
antio Monthly Bishop Sheen's"Mission" that be due for 1963. .
may .ough.tough Texoi itock for the
returned from the hospital and
and others. Beneficiaries who are required big many.B.M big rods
will certainly enjoy her during to file an annual report for .how.. Order .....v.d grand-
her convalescent period.MADE Hand Hckiti now.'N .
i 1963 but are not included in the
Fewer Forest automatic distribution by mail VALUES TO $6.95
obtain the report form
may For .1,", Informolion' phone
I Fires In 63 from the Social Security District Tampa 22171)2 I or 754 9811.
Office, 1401 Second Street, For free ticket ordV form: write B ISHOES
Fewer forest fires, less acres Sarasota, Florida The deadline Florida State Fair (TICKETSI.)
burned for filing an annual report of P.O. Soi 1231 TOIII"""
That was Florida's and the earnings for 1963 is April 15, 209 W VENICE AVE. PHONE 488-4751

Venice areas forest fire picture 1964 -

for 1963, compared withthe ---.... 6r
1\.dr;: ; '
year before, according to
State Forester C. H. Coulter.
l Last year, 6,981 forest fires
burned 88,000 acres of Florida
forest land. During 1962, a total
8,608 forest fires burned 262-
160 acres; Coulter said.
I Coulter explained that the

figures are for the M protect NOTICE !
ed counties and do not Include
fires which occurred In those

counties not served by Florida h
-. -.. Forest Service fire control

'"ij1 iif" ;..:.',"' units.One and 18 one-Half million per protected cent ofFlorida's ELFERDINK'S' OF OSPREY TO LIQUIDATE 1

forest acres burned during
11. 1962. The year just ended show

; ; ed 46 per marked cent -improvement or less than with one- Duf fo illness we will liquidate as much as possible our approxi.

half of one per cent of the
protected forest acreage burn- mate $60,000 inventory of living room, bedroom, dining room and

patio furniture, carpets and bedding.

TODICK&MEAoows The I business) and property is for sale. Anyone interested should

I IN contact Gordon Elferdinlt in Osprey, Fla. Approximate $48,000, cash


Alt,1 IF Iii WORTH

WH lit TO Iff A DOCTOR addition to the home furnishing three model

Its PRE5CRIPTtON MANDSI PlU tOlyCoMrLTLNT homes and two apartments will be liquidated, plus the complete

furnishings in IS model homes and apartments.

Helping Florida
grow. .

Mate us an offer on the models you are acquainted with. r

'J'ht numb w of pndsek snd IInfoN made rrowe y

procond gmwklgby4apsandbauda or rendered in the(1'haFPL'SunehlpeSwvfag Surahlne GUI b Drive to Osprey for the buys:) of a lifetime in most any home

\nIIaDe\ : !)
furnishing you might
And UM number'of people/ enjoying the bmflta' rf

Florida-made JII'OcIiCUIIId! sirriMS Is growing! "Just 3I

as fart...Just as fart ss you and so many: other
throughout UM nation continue to buy them.Help GORDON ELFERDINK

txxwt this .healthy: Florida aoonomy of oust Nm
time you're looltof for a lift or a MOMity fee
youmlf your fuuly or tb folks up Norti... I Thou concerned call Dr. Austin far va,'rlCltion.

think of Florida-mad producUIntf/ I ,


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This 1 is the last unit at Sorrento Shores. the roads and canals have been completed already these !lots are In big demand and they will not last long. Several have already'

been sold. Come out to our GRAND OPENING TODAY and buy one or 2 of these beautiful lots we doubt if ever again you will find choice waterfront and waterview

homesites at these low prices! Easy terms available



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Choose your own builder A large tract has been dadicatad for HOMESITES IN SORRENTO SHORES. MANY HAVE ALREADY BUILT THEIR HOMES
Center and Boat Docks
'Th 1 {finait' bolting and fishing' all around Community
the ptnmiult i of Sorrtnta Shoroi On. of Florida's fmatt control water lyttami AND MOVED IN. WE LIST BELOW THE STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
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