Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00185
 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: March 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: UF00079934:00185
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Serving the Fastest Growing Area on Flerida'i Wait Coast Osprey Laurel Nokomis Venic., South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East Englewood North Port Charter :I"


first Half Of Contest Huge Beachfront Luxury H

Success; $50 Prize Added

fl\# first\ vote period of The who is credited with the largest or anyone who enters can win Apartmen't Slated

,NDOLIERI $4.500 Subscrl amount of money for new the $30.00 prize during the two-
u Contest that ended Friday and renewal subscriptions to week second vote period by
it wen a hue success that The GONDOLIER during the turning in the largest amountof .1
extra $30.00 cash prize hain second vote period. money for subscriptions.

added to the rich array The second contest period It s the most money for subscriptions A new Gulf front luxury condominium

iwirdsHa started Saturday, March 28, that wins the extra apartment containing
] makes the prize list c0nI and ends at 9 p.m. Friday I $50 prize. It requires the largest 22 units and two penthouseswill

:;of a new $2.982.50 Ford card April 10. I vote total to win the new \ be built on the triangularlot ;
I cost, $500 In cash, a $ All contestants started even Ford or other prizes The con- yr between The Esplanade : Cdrl1
8. Savings Bond or cost a Saturday, March 28 for the extra testant who wins the extra Barcelona Street and Apalachicola : ,

,,jj5 Frigidaire mobile dish $50 prize Money for subscriptions -' prize will get $5000 added to r Road, it was announced l1 ..
ser a $209.95 G.E. air con- credited to contestants his or her prize or commission today. w li naltr- r*"' L
,joner i 0 in cash and an eased prior to March 28 in the I when the contest closes May 2. ; "-1 Construction of the half-mil- l i f l I l l t
) in cash commisM first vote period does not
$750 This extra prize offer makesIt lion dollar project will start in
[,'" to non-prize winners. count toward winning the extra possible for one of the campaigners ..t.. the next few months and is
The\ extra $50 cash prize will prize. to win two prizes. It -- scheduled for completion in

.warded to the contestant I The contestant now entered Is a contest within a contest. ADM. LOCI J. KIRN time for the next winter sea

I All contestants regardless of son. It will be two stories with I

their positions in the race today the two penthouses forming a
have the same opportune Admiral Kim third floor.

Hood Bank Pla; 1 ity to win the extra $50 00 cash Mr and Mrs H. Paul

prize. Joseph the builders, said there 'R'r
Contest a Success would be 10 two-bedroom, two
When the first vote period of On Navy League bath apartments; 10 one-bed. '
the contest ended Friday subscriptions room one-bath apartments;

Nears Reality earned the maxi- I and two bachelor apartments
mum vote credit. But no contestant plus the penthouses which will
took a vote lead that Dinner ProgramAn have three bedrooms and three
could not be overcome in a baths.
',he South County area has blood banks around the country short time by any other con Price Range

ten i major stride toward testant who would put forth ex address by Rear Admiral The builders said the price
sling its own Walking Besides Magee Dr. Mahoneyand tra effort to win the extra Louis J. Kirn, commander ol range would be about $24,000for
ood Bank Johnson, others and the $50 00 prize. the U S. Naval Base at Key the two-bedroom units, fll

A temporary organization groups they represented at last It in. a strange coincidence West, will keynote the Venice $19.000 for the onebedroomunits
u let up last week at a meet. week meeting Include: omethlnf sliqhtlv unusual in Navy League Council's fifth $10000 for the bachelor BUZZING WITH ACTIVITY these days lathe smaller private aircraft A new not*,
g at Interested church civic Joe Farley Farley Funeral affairs of his! kind that all annual installation ceremony apartments- and $40,000 for the I Venice Airport where a big million- scheduled charter air service to the Bahamas I'beside

A service groups and it will Home: J, P. Kiernan Epiphany contestants. benefited so equallv next Saturday at the Deckhouse penthouses dollar prop jet stands on the flight line is scheduled to begin soon
made permanent at another Catholic Church: William In first period votes that Restaurant Each apartment will have a
to be held shortly Strnad John J. Wilson and 0 it took 'hairline! figuring"! to gulf view and the entire building -
i stag
H. Collett Venice Gardens determine the actual leaders in Admiral Kirn will be substi around
will be built a
Din Johnson of General Tele- Homeowners Assn: Mrs Mark the race. tuting foe Vice Admiral Fitz- landscaped courtyard with I Airport's Humming I
boat Co., was chosen chaired commandant of the
is hugh Lee
Gillen and Mrs Elgin Morlson The contest going over parking facilities for all apart
< the temporary organi- U S Naval Air Station at .
Volunteers with bang.Nearly -
Hospital Auxiliary : a ments at the rear of the building -
\M He represented his com- In this Pensacola who has been called -
Tony Reaves Masons: Harold everybody on the east. scheduled charter I bo owned Industries
have Englehard
SAM DILLON a -jet by -
the blood bank in Sar- level By
III for
2) to Washington high-
(Continued on 2)) (Continued on page will be Includedfor
page elevator
MI before coming to Venice .. conferences on naval affairs second floor dwellers, Rapidly becoming one of the service direct to the Bahamas of Newark, N. J. Beside
the industries in the Venice It sat a twin-engine turboprop *
busiest A weeknd check at the airport
dim Magee, president of Robert S. Baynard board who will reach their units viaa owned
is and by the Koppers
area these days flying showed a dozen or more
tut Hospital and Dr Wil- chairman of the Venice-Nokomis walkway.
III Mahoney hospital pathol Cadets: Depart Bank, will be installed!] as The project has been tenta- associated activities. planes standing on the flight Corp.Other commercial planesparked
the Aircraft
: And while Venice Airport line near Fette
explained the workings president of the Venice Navy tively named Tide Terrace on the flight line were
Ike I Walking Blood Bank at League Council, succeeding It will be just across Barce- still has no scheduled commerService hangar, including a the two aircraft which will a
dollar four tur-
it will million -engine
4 week's meeting in the Mayor Smyth D Brohard who (Continued on page 2) cial airline service, soon serve the Venice-Bahama Airways

mmumty\ room of First Fed Northward has headed the local councilfor new charter service direct .
tl! Savings St Loan Assn. the past two years HELLO. CENTRAL to the popular British Inland
II win be Incorporated theyd hours
A reception and cocktail possession just two
>> and will replace the work Kentucky Military Institute with significantly bolsteringthe party for the visiting naval officers away by air.
'III'i done now on a voluntary officially ended its 33rd winter area's lagging economy and their wives will be Two Start Service

'"II by the Hospital Auxiliary season an Venice on Good Fri during the lean years of the depression held at 5:30: p.m. at the homeof Phone Company ExplainsThe Heading up the new charterair

otateers day with the annual apring Mayor and Mrs. Brohard service is Joe Russell co.
trek back not tit to its Lyndon It has been estimated that
Catalogue Donors preceding the T p.m installation operator with Mrs. Caroline)
Tt* Idea. they explained Is (Ky.) headquarters the cadet corps alone spendsan banquet telephone Company like fact that available circuits are complex electronics and takes Hunter of the Venice Flight

*to have a quantity of blood Majority of the 355membercadet average of $5 a week per everybody else, has its problems In use time. School also located at the Venice
Horace but rather to have corps along with a contingent student, pumping well over Tickets for the event are in a fast-growing area "For an operator to answer e The tremendous influx of Airport.

Walogud, of persons. with of KMI officers and $1,500 a week into the town'seconomy. available at the offices of Navy such as South Sarasota Coun- promptly, yet not be able to tourists, moat of whose calls Remainder of the planes are

*If blood typed who will vol.ler teachers left Friday morning League members William ty readily complete a call, does are out-of-state to northern largely privately owned some
to give blood on short aboard the Seaboard Air Line In addition the school over Toole and Paul Sanders on the This In brief Is the explanation not solve the problem or be areas. On such calls South by veteran flying enthusiastsand
ice when needed. train. the years has provided the Trail given by Richard Fletcher acceptable to the user." County is in competition with others by tyros 'Just recently
Venice area with an attraction the rest of the state, which is
with their Venice for Gen- Fletcher said that among taught to fly.
liaison between these Some left by car manager
per second in the colorful the boom-
to none experiencing same
Russell said at least fire
M the blood bank will be families, while still others flew eral Telephone, for the difficulties other reasons for delays in
full-dress parades staged! every business.
have the planes have been purchased br
"tamed to their destinations and will phone users en- some calls recently were
through persons other Sunday which attract "General Telephone and I
residents who have
in recent weeks area just
irnated back to Lyndon following countered following:
to represent each report hundreds of spectators to the Southern Bell are very much the
in learned to within
load is predicted fly past
muted civic and service or- the Easter vacation parade grounds opposite the Registration e Re-tolling of Bradenton aware of the existing problemand
citation. The annual exodus. of the Tampa Avenue school site advance, based on statistics (combining of toll operations) are working hard to cor year. veteran
of Vince Fette airport
estimated growth a par-
Under the blood bank plan, KMI cadets from their Venice Final dress parade of the ticular and area," Fletcher said in Sarasota, which had been rect it," Fletcher said 'The (Continued' on page 2)
** person receiving a trans- winter headquarters occurs season was heir the Sunday be- DeadlineNext "This however, far ex- scheduled for last situation is getting better now ,
son will pay the usual hos- just before Easter every year for ethe school! departurewith ceeded predictions and expectations before the start of the tourist until that the 'season' is coming to
1111 1 charge, plus $25 for each usually on Good Friday*. The a reception for visiting season, was delayed a close and we feel certain
Saturday, April 4. Is as far as South Sarasota due to the long strike
"of school spends about three afterwards. February that steps taken this summer ApplicationsForHomestead
blood the $25 to be parents the deadline for registering County is concerned. The
,**> in escrow When the months at its winter headquarters Shortly before the close of its to vote In the May 5 primary growing number of new residents which ended September will result in a greatly improved -
ood II" replaced by an Indlvldllrom arriving after the winter season here, Capt. elections. in this area and the apparent e Twenty-four new toll service by next season"
1 one of the particlpatgroups Christmas vacation and leaving Charles F Hodgln reportedthat record tourist season boards and operators were Fletcher said a major equipment
There are some 1,500,000 added in Sarasota to handle failure and two cable cut-
at Eastertime the 1964 season had been
the will be had
$25 re- beyond anything we
Florida residents qualifiedbut went the Bradenton load and the of toll lines last ShortWith
Nation's Oldest one of the most enjoyable the anticipated." tings major Exempts
Dr In its not registered among newly-inaugurated direct dial week added to the company s
Mahoney' explained thatch The nation oldest private school experienced In Speaking specifically of long
several thousand
"credits" are exchange. military school began winter 33-year history at the Venice them distance calls. Fletcher said ing in Manatee County this difficulties On last Wednesdaya the April 1 deadline for
bit with other participating Ing here In 1932 and Is credited winter headquarters Sarasota County. the addition of more operators past February, but as with privately owned piece of homestead exemption renewals
there were problems severed all toll lines
registered ,
If you're not anything new equipment
would not be the answer to Falling on Wednesday, 132:
t vote register to be worked out. out of Venice.
you don so delays sometimes encountered. homeowners in Venice, Noko-
before next Saturday's deadline fre- C More central office equipment As far as the interminable
This is he added because mis Englewood and North Port
.J, quently operators are unable and toll! circuits are being delays in after nine calls at Charlotte still have not done

'i1jtlIIJJ l' to complete a call due to the added but this involves (Continued on page 2) so, Tax Assessor William N.

:.r;.;': Stuart reported today

; 3 I Contest Race Close As 1st Period Ends taxes The savings and$5,000 an of additional exemption 137.40 in savings county meansa

of $94/ .50 for those living in the

of Mrs. Marjorie Maurice, Box 357, Nokomls . ...2,261,400Mr. City of Venice. Homeowners in
ii : Today's standings show relative positions and progress Contest Leona E. McKibben, 311 E. Safford!. NPC, Venice 947.900Mrs North Port Charlotte also save
the contestants in The GONDOLIER'S $4.500 Subscription Kenneth Norwood Box 235, Nokomis ... .2.376.500 on city taxes with homestead
after the close of the first vote period Friday. March 27. Paul. Mon Tr. Park Venice . .2497500Mrs exemption.
n Mrs Margaret
This is not an accurate or actual vote count, but it does show Mildred M. Pedersen, Rt. 1. Bx 230, Venice ?2.465.000 Forms for claiming homestead -

actual vote positions. Mrs W F. Pool Gulf Drive, Venice .. . .. . 551000 for those eligible will to
When the first half of the contest ended it was anybody'a Mrs R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamiaml Tr., Venice, .2,371.400 received in Stuart s Branch Office

race. The votes credited to contestants during this period wereso ; Mrs. Ruby Robinett, Laurel .. ... . . ...... 523,000 in Venice City Hall
near even that positions could change from one report to Mrs Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center. Venice ....... .1,833.100 through April 1. The hours are
r the next. Contestants who keep on hammering toward the goal Mrs. Mary Scaglione Box 1616, Venice ... ........ 2333100 from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. each day.

regardless of their positions today can come through and win. Mrs Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress Venice .. ... ..... 2274000 Totals reported as of last
ifiJ"0"1. It s not what has been done that will win. It's what will! Mrs Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress Venice ....... .2.488.000 Thursday Incl"ded 26,252 for

be done from now on that will determine the winners. Any Mrs. Polly Taylor, Rt 1, Albee Rd., Nokomis .. ......2.487.200 homestead exemption filed of
lead that a contestant now holds can soon be wiped out by Mrs Dorothy Thompson Box 703, Nokomis ....... 2253400 which 2975 were new applications

some competitor who be.omes enthused and starts out NOWto Mrs. Joyce Toole, Box 935, Venice .. .. .. ...,.... .1.495.400 and 20,297 were renewals -
win the extra $50 PRIZE this week and next Mrs A. C. Traver 204 Bayahore Dr, Venice .. ..... 2497,100 In addition 4.217 filed for
NPC Venice ., .2,269.200 widows and disabled veteransfor
"The time to win is when others, Mrs Viola Wood, 342 Matara Ct, ,
i received last week for Mrs. the $500 further exemption
Discouraged, show traces of tire, No subscriptions or votes were
A race can be won on the homestretchOr Evelyn Acheson, George W Egglefield Mrs Clenys R Morton, Most of these also filed
lost twixt the flag and the wire." Mrs Homer Owens, Mrs Thelma Pool Mrs. Dorothy Schuelerand for Homestead Exemption.
4r Mrs. Roger Totten They have been dropped. contestantsin Stuart's office sent renewal
NAMES, alphabetically VOTE POSITION accordance with the rules requiring regular weekly reports forms the first of the year to

Mrs. Ralph M. Adrian Box 264 Venice .. ... . .2425400 Their votes have been cancelled, can not be transferred and all persons who had homesteadin
Mrs. James Altman 936 Groveland Venice .. . .2,241.600'' they forfeit all right to a prize or commission."The 1963. Most of them were re
Winners Will Work, The Workers Will Win"A turned and those renewing by I
_lwt Mrs. Lucille C. Bates, Rt. 2, Bx 1908, Nokomis . 639900
j y rq Mrs. James E Blades Box '738 Nokomls ... .... .. 2475300 $50 EXTRA PRIZE Is at stake this week and next. All mall were sent a receipt form I '
-" ;< "JJ# Olxndorflr Donald S. Breding, 933 Dawn St., Venice ... ....,.. .,.2.358.300 contestants started EVEN MARCH 28 for It. The winnerof About 653 second notices were I
(Gmulollw' phoio br Bob .2 321 000 this prize or one of the other prizes will never say "die"but sent out March 10 to residentsIn
1 left andof Thomas E. Grimm Rt. 2. Bx. 3040, Nokomis ...,., I
r IDATE VISITS Fred (Bud) Dickinson was greeted by Wally Phillips, Mrs. J. A. Hightower, 529 Riviera, Venice ....... 695000 will campaign harder to get better vote reports from now tie! South County resultingIn I
D. candidate for governor J, Leighton (Count) Cornwell center From Eugene Kralik 745 Laurel Ave., Venice ... ... 524,300 on. It Is the persistent ones who will win not the ones that approximately. 521 filing re- t
flora visited Venice Saturday to shake Venice he went on to Fort Myers for I telew7 Mrs Mary E Kroupa, 1898 Neptune Dr, Englewood .2.249,300 get one good vote report and then "quit" because it did not net apnlicdtlons ,

band.( n *"* Wghtmg from his special bus Dickin-


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SLot Clearing ClarifiedClarification I Sets MusicaleThe (Continued from page 1)) I Funds Sought

area it interested In seeing said that if there Huston also thai''
Clarification of several pointsin by Frank R, Charge, former, Charge also stated that pictures favorite win the grand< The Sarasota County Com Erickson delays the the commission proposed 1
a recent story on lotmowingIn vice president of the South of the lots before they Venice-Nokomls Bank mission will seek Hill-Burton are no unexpected ion postpon i IC\\\ \
prize. Not many people ere refuting should be ready to call on some of the !
South Venice has been made Venice Civic Association. I are cleared are not sent to the will present a profr.nof to funds to help finance a htllthcent.r county ty courthouse South(
to five subscriptions bids July 1, with the con
for on
organ musk in Its lobby Friday at the South County !
Owners "only after clearing
Charge said not "over 200 :
contestant who are making an tract awarded in August. outcome of the request
lot owners" but over 200 lots so that the owner can see that during regular banking sincere effort to be Courthouse project here. Burton funds tort
.. hour earnest The commission voted at its It wa. pointed out however
: NEED MONEY? have already been cleared a satisfactory job has been numbered the prize
those cleared done." Will\ Oldale) of the MUsIc among Tuesday meeting to apply for that Hill-Burton funds presently -
which, with under -
Center in Stra t.'. winners. after Dr. exhausted but that additional ALLEN<
$ South funds
the old law in 1959-60, will And he went on to one the federal are
|Would like to havesome clarify All of the contestants In this
you Gate Plan will play the new Richard Veldhouse County federal matching mon Convalescent
total 400. The former final about the
I over point\ price to have and
in to competition seem
money escrow Conn Minuet Organ Health Department director ahould be available in No
I protect your family or business !* SVCA official explained that charged.. for the lot-clearing Oldale was for It year many Attend, relative and ac. and Architect Ralph Erlckson ey vember. Nursing Horn
the property owners owned ... understand" said Charge, wbe vitally Interested 24 HOar
pjatnUne Ve Nunln
I In case of your un.. organist at the SteaM Iteeter appeared in behalf of the ap At Tuesday's meeting the StrYit
from two to five lots each. "that contract
a was made by It Phone
\ |W their Venice
petted dealth! or ditability in Providence. R. I. SJWl .*, progress. .1&-11I
plication.Dr. voted to sell $1-
Neither are they oleared ens the' county to cUar certain iota interest that commission III PONCB DSSEIlIiSQFr
\I I this and Nippon Laoll
lived Florida siitte 1134. the ace
I estimated
If can qualify I can M. Veldhouse of bond. for theSarasota
you worth
the owners then sent a bill in South Venice and other subdivisions keep them e-reiy Inch!! 500,000
| range a 1 I'/ 3/ I loan. said "Ws rrre all thenecessary bat eonsldera The public is iavtted to visit fighting eeet of the center at $135,000 ef courthouse expansion
Charge after the Ventee-Nchftml bank between *C the way .e tee p from being ,000 wouldbe
it is
hoped $48
information to the fan, the contractor did not Which program with April 14 set as
r PAUL go 0uMea br tfcsl competitors.
I a nn and IM: p."'" ate ebtalned from the federal bids.
receive the the date for opening
lot and with the and
owner through contract leaf Kate
Ph. 438-6738 again from. 9 to S fc.ro.. MI!$ .
check before we stake out the new btds will be asked lor" Reader ef The GONDOLIER government.Ht Commissioner Masel Huston
Friday to hear Old ale's musie broke down the cost of the
lots and engage a contractor. inquired in 19540 win tee a reel race from new suggested adoption of a priority .
-- what would be the coat if a until the finish. It win contain facility as follows: building, list for expenditure of this

?fK :X- :* *: :* -K: 9arasot contractor was sent APARTMENTSCenUnned much conjecturing a. to who 000$ OOOO dental; x-rsy equipment equipment$SOOO$10-; money after presenting figures
to South Venice to do the clearing ( from. Hr" 1)) will lead from one report to the ; which he added, showed cost
o VENICE MOVIE LOG ," he went en, "we were lona from th* coop apartments nett, and who will win In the office equipment $17,000; park- estimates added up to $207,139
told it would cost about $70 per which have been eon end. I. log $3,000; sewage disposal more than the 1500000.

GULF THEATRE TROPICAL lot because the heavy equipment strutted in recent years. Judging from the public Interest plant $5,000; water treatment This matter was referred to
required would have to Each apartment will have its ,being shown In the eon. plant $5,000; draperies, $1,000; Erickson with a request that
... DRIVE IN THEATRE and architectural and engineering
"' T..dmww.d..d.' be transported back and forth own alrcpnditioning and beat tenants: the ones who have the he present his views of Hue
for each group of lots." ing units. courage and determination to fee, $5,000. ton's figures at the commission's
"THE WONDERFUL: Monday, March M "As far know this will be '
as I
battle for the winning votes March 31 meeting. 418-4411
WORLD OF THE "FANNY" the first true condominlmum will make the finish an excitIng Knuckles Rally

BROTHERS GRIMM"wtb with HOMESTEAD apartment building in the Venice one. I

Leslie Caron and area", said Joseph. "The The first contest vote periods Set Sunday
Continued fre> 1)) lot itself
m page has the highest elevslion -
now history but all contestants
Maurice Chevalier First political rally for a
in the area and will
Laurence Harvey To claim mutu-t- "etnp- afford a spectactular view or must realize that It was South County candidate in the
and host of stars I _tie x.n on p. L dl Lion, a person must be a legal! the gulf even from the the first just the first step toward via:: J8M primary election sweepstakes
$1 M .v resident and must have owned floor" tory. and that their opportunIty will be the one scheduled

and lived in the house on Jan. A condominium to win Is\ now better than next Sunday April S, for
... ., .. .. .. apartments
r .6 "' 1. IW4. when the race started. Constable Jack Knuckles Republican -
one wherein the purchase! .
Stuart reported US personsin II. given a warranty deed and Contestant who have secured candidate for sheriff
this area hare not filed their the outright owner of his subscriptions from their Don Heath campaign manager .
tangible personal property re \individual unit. He acquire friends and relatives and do for Knuckles, said the reception .

turn. There are approximately: title to a part of the land when not know where to find any for the GOP sheriff
1,000 on the Personal PropertyTax h. buys his apartment.Sale more will now fan by the way. candidate will be held at 5p.m.

REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT Ron for the South County of the property to the side, disillusioned defeated in the banquet room at
Re said 2.SOO Intangible retuma Josephs by the former owners, with the race half over and Early! Wynn's Steak House.

were sent to the South County Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Men half won. Refreshments will be served r.
residents, of which appro-!l. curio and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Contestant* who have It with along with "a few words of
Duplex In wonderful location. Small mately ITt have not filed. H. Marsh of Sarasota was In them to win will realize that wisdom from our candidateand Wnz1HLg70u'sxlooking

Tangible Personal Property handled by Frank C. Raebum, few others will\ mike much several of his friends from blueprints,or homes

down payment with good terms on Includes farm grove and dairy Ve"ice Realtor more effort and fight to the throughout the county," according for sale our financingcan
equipment and livestock furnishings filth( regardless of obstacles to Heath.

balance. For further Informationcall in rental houses, BLOOD BANK and discouragement. help you take \ I

; t room, apartments and hotels; Most Work Harder prompt,sound action this
488-6413 attachments to mobile homes, (Continued from Pgae 1)) Campaigners! who turned In ObituaryMRS. .
488419'I apring.Dowapayment
or I
such as cabanas, carports, and Foreman, Harbor Lights; MrsElizabeth enough subscriptions and votes Y/ ,
during the first vote period to is moderate,monthl'* i
open porches; merchandise Boyle American !A-
machinery and equipment furniture irion[ Auxiliary; Mrs O. Kaup hold top positions realize that ANNIE BRYANT terms fit your *'

J JIT'S and fixtures, and tools Venice Nokomis Legion Auxil- hey must work harder thinever Mrs Annie Bryant 94, of income, cost is
used in conducting a business. lacy; Richard L. Davy, Venice .Ire.( Thy )know that liftS McCall Road. Englewood,
Intangible personal propertyon Hospital; Arthur M. Jones the Interest of the most lag- died Thursday st her home. low Let's discuss

which returns are required World War I Veterans and Veterans zing contestants may be revlv- She was a native of England before

are: Class A money, bank of Foreign Wars; C.roIyn td by the nearness of the end ater lived in Conneaut, Ohio you build
deposits and certificates of de.posit Minger National Secretar- of the contest, and that if they and came here 30 years ago.
OUR ANNUALYARN dq not put forth greater effort She member of the or buy.
; Class B stocks and Tea Asm{ L. H. Simmondi was a
bonds, exceot U. S. Govern. Elks: ; Mrs. Isabella Simmonds and get results they wfll lose Englewood Community Presbyterian
ment and Florida Municipal Does; Mr and Mrs. Edward their! place in the rsce. Church.

SALE! bonds; and Class P-Accounts.:: B.II.on,. Gondolier; George The ultimate prize winners She is survived by two sons,
notes and loans receivable Collett Jr., Venice Lodge 301 will not weaken now. Instead, Bert Bryant of Englewood and
chattle mortgage on realty &AM; Alice Coleman Grace they i will make every day count Francis Bryant of Conneaut,

outside Florida.! Methodist Church; Dale Bond- for 9o many subscriptions end eight grandchildren and 18
Reg. $1.25 to $2.00 The tat rates are 10 cents eau and Norman Plattner, No- votes If any contestant sets a Ttat-grandchildren. VENICE OFFICE

MOHAIR ...._............_ 98c to $1.49 ball per $Iono on Class A and $1 l omit, Lions; A. Kennedy, $nglewood a goal day for and more does than not a quit$30 until club Funeral Services Home were held at Rawle. 601 South TamtamI Trail
per $1,000() value on classes Band Rotary Club; Clark Chapel Englewood
D. ccles! and Ed Bartholomew l he goal/ is reached an oppostt- Saturday with The Rev.
R.<3. 35cRUG Englewood American Ion soon will be overcome:: and William L. Everhart officialng. -
YARN .._.........._..._............. 25c sk. Norman Coulon SaraantaBounty ; the grand prire won. Burial will be in Lulu '
AIRPORT C Civic Asm. of En II.. The winners will not concede F'alls I l Cemetery, Ashtabula FIRST J
wood Georte defeat unto the last vote is in County. Ohio.
; Walsh Engle.
(Centine4 from page 1)
and counted. They will let
wood Volunteer
operator, w a I enthusiastic and John Maddin, board of dl- anybody or anything impede ee.N HOMETOWN

BARGAINS ON ODD LOTS OF YARNTHIS about the increased activityt rectors, Venice Hospital their flrht for victory.; Instead CLAW SERVICE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
the airport He said how.ever they will set their goal far so .
SEASON'S that the weekend activity many subscriptions and work \ SARASOTAMAIN
far less than until they get them. The few
represented was
SWEATERS AND OTHER HANDKNITSLUCILLE'S Continued who do this the "'y=- HUGH OFFICE 200 South Pineapple
normal throughout the winter from pre 1) during remainder 'eon"=- OTHER OFFICES South Gate and St. ArmindiMemb
of the
season just past. night Fletcher said many p o contest win win McPHERSON

Fttte said there were times pie have the mistaken idea thatwrsontopenon regardless of their positions lahe PS7-I42 4334567 .rfedefarHoiintUK>n. tank System'
YARNS luring the 1963- season when calls and calls race today (

25 to 30 aircraft were parkedon under 100 mile are affected ___ J_._ __..._...- -------- -- ----- -- --
312 W. VENICE AVE. PH. 488-241 the apron alongside the by> the rate reduction, and
I hangar. "We've had them therefore wait until I to place

I parked clear out to the tail their calls. Such calls, he add

strip this winter," he com ed, are not affected by the
nwnted. lower rates and could:: just as
I Fette went on to note that well be made earlier in the DOWNTOWN
DECK HOUSE I the big million dollar Fairchild evening

F.27 turbojet makes approximately

Ifl I I 12 trips to Venice each Hospital Report

AT THE JETTIES I year and fills up with about
: 2,000 gallons of aviation fuel ADMIUMNIMtrek

I everytime it land ,.... VENICEFirst
SALAD SANDWICH gel II. Belifar. Vaitol'
Russell lauded the Venice R kr CI-1' Hnlfer, VnlM. Jmm W.
r_ Nnkonkt Po...>ur s.,.....
"one of the finestIn
LUNCHEONS Airport as V..IMI Arthur H. jMi..k.. Gn... Cite
the state including St. Pet. MlIn. E. Xl...., Nokombl J .wMn.
ersburg." And he noted further G. If_'. cam Hu., I>TM| rTvnotoVr,
FAMILY ENTREES H.".. pee Chtrlottof, M. Imam On, & Finest Shopping Area
that among the student rulMGtom Oow.lL Vok.wU.\
Hers during the past winter II..... It, K.h">k "&._ v....,
MONDAY thru THURSDAY Nrtd P. a..., Caste. std Twnk,
season were 15 Kentucky Military Vokomtoi. ...-..... I\. SmlUL v....,
YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES'1 75 Institute cadets who learn Ktk: M, Ifl,..,. ViM.Ah ...... Z\I"-
Salad ed to fly during their three Mi ..... mask TMtol. Ib*.
Including Our frrmovs months stay in Venice M Cftlvln. NokomUr, WllWr.. SMVmkti <

FRIDAY and SATURDAY v- Msrr MeBrfcta.: Ck.."b.-'i" : ,...vassal Smltk.Ortoii BARGAINS VALUES! '
..,."' .... ItPo' rite PplWle. LM4
LOBSTER SPECIAL LOST M..'. Black Billfold ""'". Q .
Mush, lit P-... N.lm. Kitkrmrfi .
Oar Rtguhr Mew AW/oo/e/ / Nightlyl/ containing sash and persona 1oIt. GI...... E>fl,.M4i Marts KirkM.reh ,.
Liberal reward. Hugh ........ y...., I..... I.M NnM, ,. ---.

Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 4 p.m. R.paper-Klnxer, MI Alharabra. Ph.MM 01,tit... M Carol rklllklll, a. C, V rMW_ .,.,1 B"s>..lrhv VM4l DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY
.U.or R/IMIIH. Mlrhlru I Lr U... t*. THE MEN'S SHOP
.Lead' e.0 1. Apr, Yastwl, ah.na GRAY DEODORANT
r. II.....". V.tK. .| Mv* Pr...
Pedro.... ranee ClMunk $..v .. ONCE A YEAR SPECIAL I WALKING SHORTS . . . from $495

else .n lrr teas*nrMl Gv.- S.M ee CREAM ... $1.00 ATO-MIST ? $2.50 Solidi Plaids Patterns Stripe
,,"w eve II...". ... '
Ibas .. HI W. Venfc. Ave. 4M477& Medical
t C. Ieo 13 Center Bid
t'Io._ ...... 5'...... MS W. Venice Aw.,.. 44LU20VIHICCOPF1PE _
... ,
: : ..., i!. 1109 .. .... I .r
il.1 o ...... V.. '
is.ne .1 Ni: : egat I, MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY
( I At aJoF

Trailways Bus Terminal _iMk., N]>,rtki. Alnw.:" N.ell i VAkkil >+to I AUTHOWZfD' AGENT FOt UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI, I Wadding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rli9

a vase.eM.MV" ,. a.. kl'B.u.r., ". VMtot,II... :4 VIM.rice' Safei Service *. Supplies, W. Repair All Make Watches Silverware Jewelry
hen rSM.a. .;! | SM r Ctrl Bal- Stuart Mtrriclt, OwnerS Watch end Jeweler Repair
a lor. ..-. W. Miami A.,.. 418-2473 W. Yanks Ave. 4M-3II
: _

let A k> Vntoa -
... .tk Bill, Nxkomli Sr.chWI| TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. DRIVE-IN
Inv. NokMBkii .14* CIM, v...., RM.trie. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL
Ptrfcrr.. VralMl. H.I <..,. "' Fumigete up to 10,000 cubic ft. against inwch & pettt

NEW LOCATION sill..,'ran", .Grit".......... .NMab....k.. .eaes.d RI. Duoll.V. .; INSECT BOMB . . . . . $2.98 Today thru Wednesday oonight. March: 30
: Anne "' n ,a,''rM', y....<, Arne Insect
; Sr0.. F eS Cha.......I eve: Twtv.. V_ Repellent 7e WonoW./ I "FANNY"CNNY"
World Of
j lot,! 11.Witaur..._, ,VntMl..,.k...,.n.. .Call, 'Tame...*..1LMM SCREEN-PRUF . If. . . $|l,98 qt. with Leslie +roa *"dMaurice.

Le.nt 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph.488-4909' Brothers Grimm" Chevalier

,t EFFECTIVE: Wednetdey, April I, 1964 6:45 AM. !: :;,N.re., ,==, ,p.ey L1.rasw Ic. _
_. '
PLACE 235 So. Tamiaml Treil r- .VolMl..... V.epee.., .r..... ?vasW Mete, Welcome To
) Trailwayt ii pleated to announce the opening ef this MW .,....- II........ $..-, *
Mtrinwrtu Casts v....., sear .., JIM WRIGHT'SSHIRTS
facility for the convenience .f the traveling public, fh/u Cnfl. Volet. Ntllte, NM.rkMMrr, M>w VENICE SEED & FEED STORE
I' from Venice to Lot Angela. .... ., ,....... w1.1, ...._t Was.m I
; I, no change service I it operate Cep\Oft. Nnknmlkl. KofM Oliok Von A COMPLETE GARDEN SLAX
i: Chicago New York City (World's Fait), Cleveland end ell -- ... CENTER
:1' .
;,\ 'I, Intermediate points. _liirrli. "..Ml.....h.Sth Jason GMU,. y......, 5.5" 241 W. Miami Ave, Dial .....3457 121 W. Venice ......
.. ,_...
J M M rr. V. l., 5lMs$ .
For Information en. Schedule, Tours or Package Exprew g.rl..ne.
M.nk lit Pcintkf r-ttII., Svrl>k-
Irj' .
PHONE: ..185612I ri.M. M r./! V. O -rd. Vas l lBwtera tr ALPHA MUSIC & APPLIANCE
f HaM... VMM: I a.a. v...., Jn th .....,.. Bn._|
a. "It.. ......... ..Maas. Ij. On. .... 18 Yurt Here Opp. Theatre
ni HollK ft WMMT, 60.....| Open 'TIll 10 p.m.Guaranteed .. ..
I ; WMILWAYS.Easiest Ira? .. Dplldtov LoIre Ors... II..... Typewriteri Machines Mechanically I Operated l ) I II
,, Adding (
i Mink' Mi Wim n SWMV, v....., Service On All I Mates J it.d

5.Hulk...BUUM., Yase.. ,l>:.=
travel on earth see Prut w...... tneh. ..wlJan. Give U a TV to ute free while repairing your 'J 211 W. Venice Ave 4884113
0 r..... NMeelt, "aulv, list' ,. fK 481-211 311 Venice Ave W. __
... Nawnl. clone. ssi/tA v..... 1_ -._ _
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wn7AY. MARCH 30. 1964 .
-- --- -- -

I Grove City Gleanings Brownies HoldA ShakeUpAt Canter Film I I Two Cars Bump, : Overbrook Gardens

Four Are Hurt
I .If" LOIS D. ALSTON short leave and had a look at Scout Out JodelJodel Set At NPCNORTH By MART E. KROUPA I
3,700 individual animals A lwo 41
of 950 -car mishap at U.S
visitors hurmi Weekend Mr. Clark N. WUteonik Jr.. a*
Our winter are species American Aircraft and Baffin Drive in South Venice guest of Mr and
a -. north{ now in their annual -o- Neighborhood Five of the Corp., which came to Venice PORT CHARLOTTEMrs resulted In minor injuriesto 1305 Dureau Road were Mr. Whitcomb's brother and wife. )b.
t, atom. W* shall miss them Another Navy man Jock A. Gulfcoast Olrl Scout Council last fall to manufacture airCraft Lilly Downs captain of four persons Wednesday: and and Mr Richard Drews and children, Starla, Ricky. Shares
J ? w( wish them safe and Bishop, wrote his folks at our 'I held a Brownie Scout Out of has reorganized Mi top the cancer drive for North Port I charges against one of the and Runty from Orlando and Mrs Whjteomb'i aunt Mrr. Emma -
pleasant trips both ways. Odd- Little Market that he is Doors Day at Warm Mineral management. Charlotte announced drivers. I Storch from Dearborn Mich. Mrs Storeh will tmiilnasn tie
assigned -
they seem to choose Springs a special be here for IIn extended visit with her daughter and auatotaer.
gxnigh, to painting the big USS on Saturday, March 21, The new officer. were Introduced Trooper Don Nolder of the
L of leaving us 'just with 100 breakfast film will be shown tomorrow Mr. and Mrs Richard Drews
dm Intrepid aircraft over Brownie Scow at a Thursday
the Florida! )
carrier on Highway Patrol said a Mal\a ota Acre far fee peas
,1It1l our weather turns per. which he serves and which has Mrs. Robert Bruce of Port morning at Driftwood Cafe evening at 7:30: at the Community car operated by Johnnie Sr., on Magnolia. few week

tet Sunshine, flowers bloom- taken him to Guantanimo. Charlotte, leader of Troop 288, teria. Parked outside war a Center. ,George Ellerbee, 20, of Lemon -- -o-
t-, water warm enough for Hard work, he says, but not was in charge of the program Scottie two-place plan which Donald Turner, executive director Bay Drive, drove out of Baffin Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moore of Mr. and Mrs. :Richard\ Thorpe
BriwmJng and no mosquitoes. bad ts it gives him shore leave for the day was manufactured in Spain and of the American Cancer Drive into the path of an automobile 1926 Greenlawn Dr., are enjoy of St. Charles, Ma.. amwad !
midnight last night the therJjanrter every night and weekends. Hewants The flag ceremony was lad assembled here and is one Of I Society of Sarasota County drive. by Sherman M. tog a visit from their con and Monday to be bouMfneeto fit
. stood at 71 and at to know, as every ..al1.or by Brownie Troop 2tO d Venice the models the firm plans to will speak. A 28 minute film Cotton 51, of Victor, N. Y. The wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr Thorpe's brother and wrfe,
130 this morning; it was 70 de- does, if the home 1 nxhte* hen. Cotton vehicle Moore and children Jess Cin
: girls have ; The International Friend will be shown after which there was travelingon Mr and Mrs Homer Thorp tm
,,-. forgotten him. ship Fund "Dimes for DI SY" Introduced at Thursday'sbreakfast will be a question and answer the Tamlami Trail dy and Greg from Easton Fa. Fender! Street White here tH*
-0- -o- was led by Brownie Troop 7/ were: period, with Dr. L. A. Will I in SluAtljr injured but not requiring They arrived Sunday and will two men went fishing at the
Street _
Ads Bums 4th left Mr. and Mrs. of Wtllard Ot new board be here this week ,(
Charles etcatching
Weed, Englewood; a song .. charge. : hospital treatment, Gulf and had the pleasure
for Odesss chairman and
1 lift Thursday N. Pennsylvania Avenue, took don was led by Brownie Troop head et the Olson w.r* Ellerbee: Mr*. Cotton, -0-- a me. big "red" and Ikt2"
y. after spending the winter their daughter, Mrs Edward 297 of Port Charlotte. Co. of Saraaota which has Other guest,* t to! attend the Richard Peck IS, and Marie Mr. and Mrs Lewis Mielke a pound monk The fish are
hire. She will return next fall. Cunningham to the airport to During the lunch time the acquired controlling Interest in meeting will be Mrs. Charles Del Carmen Perec. IS, a foreign and daughter Linda plan to our tourists, they e tnt th
Also\ the Harboroughs and return to Buffalo, N. Y., after Brownies cooked sloppy joe Jodel. The Olson Co., whichmanufactures McO. Roberts of Venice, chairman exchange student from return to their, home in Lansing and go. but they aQ com back
their child returned to Colon, her visit here with them. mad punch, and served potato marine products, of the South County Can- Venezuela. Peck and Miss Perez Mich., this weekend snon. Mr and Mrs. RichardThorpe
Mich., after the winter here at Another houseguest was Mrs. chips and cookies to the plans to move its operationshere cer Society) Mrs. John Rice, were passengers in the They have been guests of Mr returned to their horn i
their Massachusetts Avenue Weed' aunt, Mrs. Mary Al hunrgy Brownies. They were and also to produce component Mrs. Charles Labonowsky from Cotton car.Ellerbee. and Mrs. George Duhm of Wednesday
borni. bert, from Tulsa parts for the airplane Warm Mineral Springs and .
Okla., on her assisted in building fires and John was charged by No
John-o-Marshall 1955 first Florida visit. 'I cooking by 10 Cadette Girl eel director Trultt.of formerly ElectroMechanical person.- Mrs. Sam Galloway from Play- der with failure to yield the
-0- Scouts right of
from way.
Mao Ave., tells u. that ahe Overnight Troop 101. Port Research of Sarasota and --.- AiPARADE
visitors of the En. Charlotte and Punta Cords.
jl forced to go north to take rique Hubert new president of Jodel.
core of her property following Drive Pine Point family Lake During the afternoon the Eugene Smellinger Freehold SATURDAY
the tragic death of her real es- were Mr. and Mrs Tom recently Be- I girls participated In four half N. Y., businessman; Rob- CORAL

Ute manager, Leo Krenske. He land, Hubert' cousin, and hour program activities. Englewood ert Sebring, executive vice. SUNDAY -------- .
had Ms ear stall on the rail. their friends, Mr. and was in charge of making president of Olson; and GeorgeE. 0
pad track at Sanfurd, Mich., Glen Anderson all from hats from palmettos; Ven- Youngberg Sr., chairman of F.a#";,>g :
Kan- ice was in charge of folk dancing the board of
and stepped out but was not kakee. 111.Placida. the First National u
fir enough away' when the locomotive and tours of the Cyclo. Bank of Venice who with Olson EMMY LOU
hit the car, throwing -0- rams: Port Charlotte was in and Trultt make up the
1at l him and killing him In. Its last fish Church barbecue of God held charge of games Venice Troop board of directors of the reorganized POPULAR SONGSTRESS N
supper of 240 was In charge of the closing Jodel firm.
Dully. the season I Enjoy Your Favorite BeverageAt
on Good
Friday. and Punta Gorda Troop 289 Lee Furman Sarasota publicist G :
-0- was host for the day who served as master of Popular Prices
!Ray I Ecoff was happy at his Mr. and Mrs George M.
-- ceremony at Thursday's breakfast E
catch this week when he
big Stanley have been here this The Junior VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAil.
will be said Jodel plans to be

landed a 18 and a IS pound winter for the first producing
nook time sine held at Cecil Webb Wild Life 10 aircraft a month by THE 1964 VENICE
-- are visiting Stanley's Management area on April 1.. August of this year, :20 a month
Mr. and Mrs. N. Badger hire -1sw and wife, the They will use the International by December and 20 a month
Noel E. Badgers, Arkansas Friendship theme.Neighborhood thereafter. EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
it guests his sister and her Street. Mr. Stanley, another of -- OF HOMES

husband. our "Upstate' New Yorkers," Five I met EARLY AMERICAN a CONTEMPORARY
tells us that he was born in Thursday at 8-SO: at the homeof Swim .
following a month's visit Sidney. N. Y. 6 BEAUTIFULEAST '
19 December, Mrs. Sam Cutler Jr., 817 InS -
with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ram. 7 4
1893 and went to CoIesvUle Narvaeil L.tIS style your hvorHe vie
Street Venlc Mrs
bow, Florida Avenue, Mr and Road, near Binghamton when Marilyn Barber field director ,0 or ceramic Into beautiful lamps.
Mrs. A. Hill left for Detroit he WaferAT MODELS
was five weeks old, where from Fort
Myers, showed
when Kin is on the Police he has lived ever since in the movie "You'r It." Day Camp Rwiri.y; a Resyrnge
Fwre. same house on the dairy farm folders All tamp Ktpafrt
were distributed by
-0.. which has been in the family Mrs Jack Hall, Port Charlotte, Warm Mineral Work by Experienced+ Designers end
SA Terry D. Blah. 21 Down. for i iON
generation.o Day Camp chairman Mrs. Crtftvnen GATE
hay St., now serving on the USS Lyle LowrIe, Punta Cords
Hijbee destroyer in the Pacific Mesdames Louis D. Alston consultant, distributed the Springs THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
sent his folks folder from and Doris f
E. Lewis went to Neighborhood Five hand books. EAST VENICE AVENUE
12 Mile South of G'I
the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Sarasot last Venice
Tuesday on a Service 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL
reported I
were Mil East of Rout 41
Part, which he visited business On US 41 I
on and pleasure trip. to Mrs. Pete Britton of Venice. -I II I I II



Opportunity Club I Coupon THE GONDOLIER'S $4,500 Contest h


L'- coupon when accompanied by $30.00 worth of An EXTRA $50.00 PRIZE Will Be Added to the Winnings of the Contestant TURNING IN THE MOST MONEY for
MbMriptiom., will credit+ a contestant with 50,000 extra

sates if fumed In by 9 P.M. Friday April 3. Subscriptions from March 28 Through April 10. All Started Even SATURDAY, MARCH 28, for the Extra Money//

I No, ......... Subscriptions at $ 5.00 S. ....... ..

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Ne. ......... Subscription! at $14.00 $. .. ..... Announcement lies been mad of an EXTRA CASH PRIZE of $50.00 for the contestant/ turning in the LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY for new and run
Ne ..... .... Subscription: $17.00 S. .. .. ..... newel: tubtcriptiont the $4,500 SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST during the SECOND VOTE PERIOD between MARCH 28 and APRIL!! 10.t 9 p.m.
Cootntant'i Nam ... ... ....... .................... .. ALL STARTED EVEN SATURDAY. MARCH 28, for the EXTRA $50.00 PRIZE. The money turned in previous to March 28 during the first period does a
NOTE: No limit en the number of these coupons contestant NOT count toward winning the extra $50.00, but all that turned In during the see and vote period counts toward winning the EXTRA PRIZE and the vote each

I un ass. This k. the urn ai the 1ST WEEK COUPON. lubicription earns, DO count toward winning the FORD CAR, or cost, and other priiei on MAY 2. The winner of. the e tr. $50.00 prize will NOT be announced
en April 10. If you win the extra prize it will be ADDED TO YOUR PRIZE OR COMMISSION when the final vote are counted and record checked by a board

VOTES FOR $30.00 CLUBS of judges, after the contest cloiet. f"


How Prizes Will Be Awarded\ Triees and Schedule of Votes for New and Renew! U"eriptlOM"-

New Entrants Wanted
Entrant, under the rules can win! prizes as follows: PHONE!: iH 5MK The GONDOLIER 1U E. MIAMI AVE.

I The person entering\ from Southern Sarasota County
er near the county line in an adjoining county who ..e'I'b.. following number of toi s win be Issued far subscriptions daring the I4JM Subscription Contest
erne the or the methods To Win Extra
any $50.00
I published ingestannouncement: will be ail.a.r the NEW 1st PERIOD tad PERIOD Srd PERIOD FINAL PERIOD

18S4 FORD two-door sedan or cost The winner pay THE GONDOLIER Thrs March 37 Ten April It Thru April M Thru May t
I nothing extra, but must buy own license and pay the PRICES VOTES VOTES VOTES VOTES
tate sales tax. 1 Tear ............ .IC." 100,000 M.ooo Ift,_ 7S.OOO YOU CAN ENTER THE CONTEST THIS WEEK end

The entrant flnfchlnj with the second largest vote I Tears .......... 1'.fIe 40,00 J5.000 Vt.MM U.MO b* on even terms with eonfeiUnt already entered. Everybody
1 Teat .:: ....... 8,06 11,005 $,005 T.OftO 8,000
sal: wm be awarded the $500.00 CASH
Add 1M.: per year Z O.ono VOTES ADDED TO THE: ABOVE FOR Ivin: $30.M stark THIS WEEK 'for the EXTRA $&0 PRIZE. You will

After the Ford and $500 prizes are I\'frtl'd'f with entreat k shove rot of .teu. WORTH (Club) OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN. also 9t *n EXTRA CASH BONUS of $3.00 and 100,000the
residing outside of the city limits
next largest vote total will be awarded the $300' U.S. JS.WO EXTRA VOTES GIVEN FOR CASH SUBSCRIPTION REPORTS ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS BY 9 P.M. EXTRA VOTES for very $30 worth of subscriptions turned

SAVINGS BOND or its cost NOTE: All money tara4 .la counts oa $30 el.II..lo subscriptions see pte4 fr Us than 1 year er more than 1 in the first week after you enter. Act NOW-TODAY.

After the $500 Savings Bond Is awarded to some entrant year hi .d....*. Fay**side spot from present date ef xplrUo (See Insld. Cover) Enter and have the tame opportunity ai contestants. already
out of Venice, the entrant with the next largest, vote'
level win be awarded the RAg6r&R 1 359. 5 FRIGIDAIRE GET THE PRIZE WINNING VOTES *nt rd to mad torn money this weed and next.

The eatraot having the next largest vote total AIR IN THE FIRST VOTE PERIOD
warded the NEW $308 M GENERAL ELECTRIC
V. paid tee percent TYlOT.\ ) CASH COMMISSION on the
amount ol money turned Into their credit i for new and
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...................................... $12.00 for 2 years euhid Fl*. In the $4,500 CONTEST, and send full details

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Credit winning the car and oth Occupation ... .. ...
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gj voted on or balers 9 p.mApril 10.1954. CREDIT VOTES TO S.OOO entry votes will ,ha credited ..1


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PAst 1OUIt. T H' .G 0 N DOL I OR MONDAY, "AkOi jq ..'!!:!

the expense and because they
THE state that "learning to read belongs -
to elementary trainingand THETOTEM

ia NOT a college level

if( PEOPLE problem."
This entire reading problem POLEBy
stems from the "look-see,
SPEAK lack of phonetic training that
offers. The
., child looks at a group of letters
communiceio e"It U told what they "say" The VJH track team Invaded It is our pleasure to
To The Editor failures of report
: end he's ON HIS OWN. The
March 19 only to be to all animal lovers
mnrBM or nw jLaaocurm ttm .- mtteat or Till ru>Rir>A nusa: ASSOCIATIOM seems that the superintendent word "F-A-L-L" Is translated Sarasota, paiticyL\
On behalf of the membershii 9 tends to use words witha "autumn" repulsed by their strong, swift arly those enamored of guin-
.... .. of the Venice-Englewood Are Into "fall" or possibly Middle counterparts by a countof pigs, that the furry little
The Aand..d FT I b > .Ir UlM to w f. we.bnnlb..1.11 11.Ww, _..d. Y more than three letters and h L
Tirrrnlr". .r"td. *. **. **", *.* ."" **- "*"* *<..*M* ........ ,A. rigbw d ......Ito.olloll Cosmetologists Assn. we wist this in turn makes for difficult ; 'L-A-D-Y" is easily" rec- 69V4 to 25H: Jim Clementswon lows In the biology lab hiw
.... __ J "moth-
01 "woman
an ognized a.
Indians been returned to
to thank you for the exceUen the 220 for the "Lil a normal
The sod Led. .ar eNdp' ..Mt .1 ..sir a ..eraebM ..d ... r.wbNwwe. b reading and lack of understanding er" and a large aeries of tem- to their ill diet
in f the only prevent
,raw b.bdds .sot lor wrl_ __..._ coverage your newspaper ol it wrecks the THIS Is and that was health Of
our activities during Nations 1 "togetherness" aspect of the perate do first the powerful victor. surrendered course this only raises ,the
Pubn.1.4. R....v MondM ..>4 ",......., Fm I1S-I4 t Miami, A... Beauty Salon Week Feb. 9-15 program. And so with .thi. in what "experimenting" can Venice will try to question of what's to be done
.... .. The cooperation of andyour j for your child. defeat In their with five healthy
En. A. axed ClM .t At red Onto At V ". Dortrt. you mind the necessity for atone for the guinea DIM
staff is appreciated. clarion clarity the survey Now, thankfully, we're getting next outing against McIntosh They could always start tilt
EDWARD D. BALL ... Editor and Publiaher Margaret Gore states "One example would be away from this bit by bit In the same vein the elementary whole process all over anm

+ COURTNEY WILLIS Executive Editor SecretaryTo the superintendent's proclivityfor The. The"experiment""well rounded didn't educa payoff school boys are cur but the guinea pigs might finSthat
and creative having chance to a little tedious; besides
colorful a ,
SAM DILLON News and Newsphoto Editor tors" have decided that they rently the Humane Society
which sometimes their in a track might
The Editor prove prowess w
ROGER Mechanical Superintendent : didn't get their payload off the of the wind of this
leads to ambiguity and misinterpretation meet under the auspices
If it hadn't been for my ." It took me ground. Again,, it'i unfortunatethat junior high leadership class.The -0-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $5.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 morning paper I might neverhave awhile to translate it butyou've satellite the successful takes orbiting ofa girls will have the same The ceramics display In the
per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $4.25 per year, $<.25 known that Castro is sub got to admit THEY ond's comtemplation only yetit opportunity In the near future. office is the product et the fire
versive and anti-American. .. period arts class One
per six months, $3 per three months. know what they're talking takes entire generationof .0- particuj.;,
This pertinent data came to about. one The Junior High Honor Society arly outstanding effort of tins
light through a Washington"fact There are things in the report children to prove educators"one groupof celebrated St. Patrick's nine-weeks project is cn npry.
"well rounded
finding" committee, that would tend to scare the Day three days late on the following ed of two bowls coated wig",
Mr. Paul Youngberg LeavesThe which after months of study, average parents who lacked wrong Friday with a dance. tile mosaics

submitted its survey and its Freudian knowledge things With "DOWN ON PHRASE- The crowd (a singularly Celtie --o-
conclusions. OLOGY" as the watchword, we Another great 1 Ism
City of Venice hal lost the services tie for the job of assistant to the like "The school atmosphereas horde) was serenaded by the nf tit!
mayor have ambiguity riot Indian Smoke
Believe me, there's nothing I it of SELF running green-clad "Shifters" for most Signals, tit!
saw ,
of Mr. Paul Youngberg ih able with to make decisions. was one things like "Candidly, school
planning authority like a "fact finding committee"to MOTIVATION where the of the evening.. Extra spice newspaper, came ant ea!
director and man of many jobt at City However, Mayor Smyth D. Brohard aid in the enlightment of the youngsters are trying to be however, they must also be> was added by a threesome of March 2$.
public and keep the United THEMSELVES rather than acknowledged as a reflection folksingers. Karen Bortilotti, -o-
would ,
thus have to be sold the idea.
on of certain weaknesses in either The "Admirals"
Hall.Mr. States Printing Bureau in roles dictated their Amy Wycoff, and Linda Suren- again cent
adapt by
Youngberg understandably, ii !leaving Now Venice will have to look long business. These committees leeches" This scared me half the structure of the school system kamp and a profoundly, Inspiring and entertained the student it

to tats a better position with a more. and hard for a replacement for Mr. may not be too smart but they to death. What I want to knowis or the behavior of "incumbents vocal by Greg Jones the assembly on March :X.

promising future in Georgia. The bed Youngberg. Whoever he h hill have certainly are wordy. just what is going on in the hierarchy. All Elaine Ellis and Lynn Taylorwon This Sarasota High Dine
Not be this is simply related to Band Is under the
to outdone by the fed- quite door prizes, and Randy direction lit<
around here? It Is only explained -
wishes of all Venice go with him. his problems and they won't all be just eral government is a survey by saying that it's a "vital the fact that in 19r>6 the school Willis and Donna Ross took Andrew J. Wright and consult

No men ii indispensabl., but Mr. Young- the planning end engineering ones which team from Harvard, Emory function" our schools and system was a lot better thanit the acclamations for the greenest of high school students The alb

berg came close to being [just that in the normally go with the job and Syracuse Universities then there's some lofty sentiment is in 1964. Of course the nice Irishman and woman re nual concert is always a fit.
which recently made a reporton thing about 1958 was that the orite with the students
post he filled so competently for the City It is unfortunate that Mr. Youngberg what is wrong with leader dividual about freedom"maintaining, autonomyand In- public was just dealing witha GREEN spectively.alligator Randy puppet won and a The grading period ended

ef Venice. who stayed out of politics and tended ship of the Sarasota County privacy" Of course I'm novice now" we're coping Miss Ross' prize was some to- and Easter vacation begs

During his tenure. the municipal services strictly to his knitting, got caught ia the School System These survey just perverse enough to think with a "pro tally unidentifiable creature March 26. School reopens April
And then of there's
men have been referred to as course always In rummation Hail Cuche- 8, and report cards
these kids have entirely too are issued
for crossfire
which he advanced of
in had.
was responsible bickering at city "distinguished educators" and much freedom autonomy (this the ONE paragraph that lain! on April .
solid cadence with the rapid There the recent incident in which what distinguishes them so says (the finest of Its kind)
word has to do with -
"Also the _. __ ___ ___ __ _
major u -
much is the length of their re among services -- -
progress. the mayor ordered him to proceed witha self governing) and I do think
port. It is compiled of some provided to the adminis-
Except for Mr. Guy Curwood, director street paving project and council coun- several thousand words, a few that a little LESS privacy. tration by the consultants may
would be thing.I
an awfully good Venice Lumber Co.
of public works, perhaps no other man termanded the mayors edict. of which were recently printed have been those advices related I Ito
didn't the
Mr. in the editorial section of this quite get message to the careful use of lan-
has a better knowledge of these services Youngberg a civil engineering on this one but you can
and the of
which quoted the guage importance
and the multitude of problems they involve graduate of Georgia Tech who know eral paper! observations." "gen tell from the terminology (forgive honoring regular lines of com- /INVITES/ YOU TO SEE .

than Mr. about the me it's a direct quote) munication."
Youngberg.Mr. something subject, felt it was My general observation In
that it has a lot of significance THE STARFIRE11
inadvisable reading the "general observa- "In Summary" as WE say at
Youngberg had been looted uponas to proceed with this particular because it "Other prob--
says, Harvard and
tion" is that the whole diatribe Emory Syracuse,
ideally equipped to tale over many project at the time because of the tends to be one of apology lems derive from a changing my communication lines were by Don Heath

of the duties now performed by Mr. Cur. weather. Council tided with him. the old type of "this is goingto socialogical and political climate ruptured in the first paragraph

wood who is eligible for retirement next After last Novemt r'e election the pesopie hurt staff.me more than it don1OU" but, not in only the in southern the county region Itself of If there's the "general anything observations.that' NEWor %!,. b

January after 20 of distinguishedservice of Venice had to and in the nation whole. r
years good reason expect The report is filled with such as a NEWS WORTHY In this report -
to the city. that squabbling among its city officials ambiguities as "however" "a Still other problems derive anything that the people

More importantly, many had considered would end and that all would put thecommunity's case in point," "for Instance," the from school recent tubulent history of of South Sarasota County
and "as an example." This system, especiallythe don't already know, I'll eat it.
Mr. Youngberg for an even larger role interest above personalities. administration under fire
kind of Judging from
writing worries me the verbosity,
In the city government which after all, Apparently that was a fait expecta I get the impression that may from certain quarters" for a the tautology, the redundance, 1.1 1 lit..

ts big business now that Venice had shed tion. The street paving issue and now be they don't want me to know variety of reasons. the prolixity and the expletive, a AtrL I'
'just how bad things really are. I've always advanced the as well as the drivel and the
her swaddling clothes and is assuming the the latest flare-up over the mayor's appointment One of the major complaintsseems theory that a FIRE should have twaddle I have that uncertain 1 .
,. r
status of a metropolis.That and council's rejection of the to be the fact that there been lit several years ago The feeling that comes with r Nr

role would have been filled by Electrical Examining Board has widenedthe are poor public relations be- unfortunate thing is that the dealing with our present school
tween the school board and the people who are "burned" or"scorched'1 system. It's an OLD and FA-
having Mr. Youngberg designated to breach In the circumstances,
rest of the world. Now, I never today are the students MILAIR feeling the one where
handle the functions of city manager, in the people of Venice can expect more attended Harvard Emory or of yesterday. Becausewe I'm not quite certain of which

fact if not in name. of same. Syracuse but I could have told were a primitive and direction I'm headed but I '-t<- .

It would require legislative action for Without trying to assess the blame for them this and have been tryingto "prime" area in our "new.ness" for lack of a compass I'm reduced !T 1i IT
tell them THIS for years. and fast development we to relying on a navigator
Venice to change to the city manager this state of affairs, it seems our city of. Sarasota County defeated itself allowed ourselves to be taken who Is blind. I'

form of government. However, many ficials could forget personalities and get when they made the 'Job of over by a group of men who And believe me, Harvard,
cities in similar situations have put their down to the business of working togetherfor superintendent appointive rather were experimenting and we Emory and Syracuse have done
than elective there' subjected ourselves or allowed NOTHING to assure this community -
municipal government on a businesslike the good of their community which nothing like the threat of loss ourselves to be "conned" Into of a SAFE passage to VENICE AW.

basis without going to the legislature. has such a tremendous future Venice is of public office to incur the the role of Guinea Pig the original campsite. II EAST GATE NCT'r OF VEN1CI

Realizing that running their growing on the move and it will continue so, even finest of public relations. Election Now I'm 100 per cent for experimentation PEGGY BOGERT

communities was a full-time Job they followed with a divided city hall, but it would time is the "great equahr- you can't Venice. 1
er" when all servants of progress without it but unfort.
the simple expedient of selecting move immeasurably faster with solidarity the public become "thoughtfuland unately failure in the educational

someone with Mr. Youngberg's capabili- at the top.affecting l humble" field is not as immediately
I've run the gamut! when it recognizable as it Is in
comes to dealing with our the Space Agency Field. They
. Buzz, Buzz No AnswerSouth "distinguished educators," and know immediately when a SEE

their accompanying condescension. satellite refuses to leave the .

County's telephone service, never Manatee County had balled I have been treated to launching pad that there's ,
such phrases as "well rounded somthmg Not in education
wrong. so
adequate, has deteriorated deplorably in things up in Sarasota. Last week somebody educators," "well rounded edu- !

recent weeks.Numerous accidentlly severed a cable. cation," your child's growth I'm going to be 47 years old 1st r1G+ s C\
During last year's strike there was a "horizontally and vertically," and I don't recall in any schoolI
users have complained especially until I can almost spell the attended
ever public or pri-
hue and about the health has
of their inability to put through great cry words correctly. I've never understood vate, that we ever had whatis
long distance calls. ards resulting from the cable cuttings. what anyone was talking now a MUST remedial
The cables are intact now, except for the about but then that's not a reading! When I was a child
Those mating station-to-station calls above-mentioned incident and there stillis matter of importance even the village idiot could VENICE FURNITURE CO.
have had better Iud with the direct dial. I think the absolute piece de' read he might move his
difficulty in getting calls through. One resistence in the report is the lips, BUT he could read. Today
ing business but efforts to make person irate user went so far as to say the other conclusions arrived a' concern several of our universitiesare

to-person calls have, on occasion been day that he got better service during the ing what the survey team giving up their "remedial '
nimbly terms as "aggravated reading" courses because of AFTER SEASON SALE
frustrating to say the least. And the after strike than he does presently

9 o'cloct night calls for a dollar are a General Telephone recently issued an

farce, as far as this area is concerned. You earnings statement which showed they NO REASONABLE OFFER

simply can't get an operator to answer.A .
made a profit even during the strike. It's Compare !

complaint recently brought the response high time they begin thinking about service -

that some kind of changeover as well as profits. REFUSED (no dealers please)
Get the best car rental deal fromECIJNIICJIR ,

II Tobacco Support Program

i STEEL DINETTES ..._._._? Reg. $58.00 to $120.00
Federal subsidies being as hard to abolish hand we have the Agriculture Department,

r 0> as sin ont should know better than directed by law, setting acreage allotments the only difference Is the low price SOFA AND CHAIR SETS .._..................... Reg. $120.00

i to expect anything, but- for the 1964 tobacco crop and preparing

An excellent opportunity seems at hand to roll out more millions in price Offers you MORE Costs you LESS DANISH STYLE SOFA .............,................ Reg. $124.00
to knock in the head at least one of the support loam to hold up the price of the
I which "weed" which the FREE Pickup or You Save up to 40%
sudsidy programs over recent yean surgeon gen.ralllYs DANISH STYLE CHAIRS ............................ Reg. $40.00
has soaked up many millions of ta< dollars. Is injurious.How Delivery Credit cards honored

The candidate for oblivion is the government Safety Seat-Belts By the hour day
nutty can we be? LAMPS FOR DESK OR TABLE ...... Reg. $4.90 to $12.00
price support program for to- Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month
The obvious answer is to kill the tobacco

bacco.Her we have the surgeon general, price support program and get the I ODD CHESTS ............................ Reg. $39.00 to $79.00

after long study by a high-powered committee government out of the tobacco growing Drive our New I
9 9
I telling how bad smoking in business. automatic shift BAHAMA LOUNGES ................ Reg. $89.00 to $189.00
2-door VALIANTS. $3
general is for health. And on the other Memphis Press-Scimitar ,or IonIMIl ...,

Also, other fine f4.. /a ail era PLAGUES .....................,..............,... Reg. $9.00 to $15.00
I ,. row par rarer
- -- -- -
I at slightly higher 'rates.'

PEREGRINE FALCONBy Anyon who is interested in the methodof

Robert Murphy training falcons should read this boo VENICE FURNITURE CO. INC.
The steps are all here and in this instance
: (A, Review by Elizabeth Muzzey Brown)
{ there seems to be a rapport between the RENT A CAR, DIAL 488.1096
This is book true bird loverI 1734 S. TamlamI( Tr.
a lovely by a man and the bird.

and expert falcon trainer. The man, who Is Robert Murphy the author GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTER 17 YEARS OF GOOD SERVICEPS

t The descriptions of' "Varda," a pergrin *- has caught end trained many birds Venice Shopping Center

falcon, from her birth through her by the methods he describes in this story. : Decorator Ash Trays (That's a Laff
} 'flights, then her capture and training are His catching techniques do not com
don so beautifully one doesn't feel the from the middle ages but from the Americaa Reg. $3.00 to $6.00r

cruelty of catching the bird Indian, .>. Worta1 tjetlaet Vows sir natal mtxn!' ... -- IIlf -... ." < < --
t _




Parade Contest Woman's Club Junior Section Dancers, Play, Miss Carol Ann Adamson

faster Will Install New OfficersAt Music PresentedAt Will Wed Sarasota Man I

USF FestivalFifteen
At All States Dinner Dance Saturday
Dance leading dancers and Mr and Mrs Milton L. Adamson Ha Is the son of Mr. and
.. I Richard C. Pearson of
P" .. musicians from Korea, brought of Quincy Road announce
I Mr. Robert W Hardee will in the engagement of their 3719 Aloha Drive, Sarasota.
be Installed as chairman of the together one company valedictorian
Adamson -
Season Miss i was
Ends the I
ub Junior Section of the Venice- first time will appear to- of her graduating classat
morrow at University of South
Nokomis Woman's Club at a Venice High School in 1981.

ctivities Today dinner dance Saturday in the"Clubhouse" Fine Florida Arts Theater Festival during which begins its She was a member of National

at Early Wynn today Honor Society, president of
parade featuring Lane Keyettes and in her senior
The festival with
faiter begins a
J from the Civil Ward There will be a social hourat concert year was on the homecomingand
by pianist Jacques
'ones the present was stag- 7 p.m, followed by dinnerat Abram. The Korean dancers prom courts. She is a certified -
dance at Ven- 8 p.m. Ev Acheson and her dental assistant and is
States and musicians will be 'i
.i presented
Center Thursday withroeteelenta band will play for dancing in afternoon and evening employed in the office of Dr
Me parading in the which will begin at t p,m. performances on Tuesday anda Frederick L. Strammer.
Those planning to attend
ml march are talk by Director Alfredo An- The groom was graduatedfrom
to make their
Oliver reser- tonini is set for Tuesday after Sarasota High School in I
Miller and vations not later than Thurs-
,-. Stella noon. 1960 and is an employe of Lindsay -
MBfl won first prize In day by calling Mrs. Dale W Other featured presentationswill Publications, Sarasota. k

r, civil War period cos- Boudreau. If I 1prtA bea: choral concert on The wedding will take placeon
went to .
Second prize Mrs Leon D. Terry Is decorations II
?. June 6 at St. Mark's
I Thursday; presentation of Episcopal
Mrs. Albert Porter chairman assisted by .
uA "Man Church.
With the Oboe" on Sat-
today'* youngsters Mrs. Roger O. Isphordmg.
.end i is
urday and band concert and
third to Mr. 0. L. Mahon Mrs. Glen Stephens, retiring .
sonata recital "
Iwi* Dulllnger, In old- chairman, Is in charge of arrangements Sunday. F'WORLD'S, ,
Three art shows
uoned costumes. Mrs. Eric for the head table b\'t.L',,,,,, j are being
M won fourth prize and and Mrs. Hartman Petersen to. : ri' held In conjunction with the LARGESTww.wt *
i I MRS. ROBERT IIARDEE other events. aura Huuia lomrmi 1
> has extended invitations to a
receivede fifth.cash Tickets for all events
are Cell:
...el't number of special guests. available at the theater office MISS CAROL ANN ADAMSON
box '
man for numerous inter-club m"JSUF:
Mr. George H. Boyd Jr, HUGH
e. and fund-raising activities. and many of the eventsare .SUA""",""" [
section Adamson
I f fr program chairman this daughter, Miss Carol Ann I McPHERSON
Mrs. Pearl free. "Man
With the Oboe"and
were Robert Hardee is a commercial -
past year made initial arrangements to Richard Clair Pearson P57-I39 L959088.
Freedman the Korean tickets
> for the affair and representative for the FlorIda program Jr., of Sarasota.
Paul! Heckel.Vt appointed Mrs. Boudreau as Power and Light Co., and are $2 to the general public.

hundred were present. chairman for the installation. they have two youngsters, Rob- "

ten and director were in + < akL The new chairman, Mrs. ert Jr., a fifth-grader, and

rjevj I Hardee, has been a memberof Kathy, a third-grader. They Bishops Host Venice Lumber Co.

was the last Thursday the section since 1957. She reside on Piazza dl Luna, in Grange PartyMr ,

1t dance of the club' .eaB served as co-chairman this Venice.
(reshments were served past year and has also been Other new officers are Mrs. and Mrs. Mark Bishopof INVITES yOU TO SEE .
I potted plants were award- treasurer for the group. This Earl D. Edge! co-chairman; 939 Inlet Circle will host a
it door prizes. past year she was program Mrs Robert M. Jones, record- social get-together of Venice THE MAISON BLEUby
chairman for the Junior Sec ing secretary; Mrs. David Grange members Wednesday

>i t club's l last pot-luck *upo tion's Follies and the previousyear Goodman corresponding chair atlO a.m. at their home. Cockrill & Builders Inc.
( the season will be held served as patrons cochairman man, and Mrs. Gene O. Helser, Those attending/ are requested Developers ,
"tj it 0 p.m. at the Civic L for the Follies. She treasurer. Other retiring officers to bring their sandwiches,
-.jr for members only, but has also been house and are Mrs. Richard M. place-settings and an article I '

public is Invited to there grounds chairman, publicity Fletcher, recording secretary, for the "white elephant" table. *
which will begin at 8 p. chairman and decorations and Mrs. Hartman Petersen All visiting Grange membersare r
Mrs Eric Larson is supper chairman as well as chair- corresponding secretary Invited. :

V,rmeR croup win resume so "f I

'!lei next fall, beginning the (f* 41. "r phovt by ari-g o: nt*- ai I Yorkshire Pudding RoastIs
Thursday in November WHAT THE WELL-DRESSED couple was w for the ,
Easter Parade during the Civil War era was shown Thursday '
[tin Dullmger is president night at All States Dance by Mrs. Stella Miller and Oliver 1

Miry Elliott, publicity Cunnings. They won first prize in the period Easter finery
_itative. contest Socond place went to Mr and Mrs. Albert Porter Post-Lenten Treat 4 r I t
- - - --- -

Card Party Set With Lent over and the director of Gulf Pines Memorial lish their retirement home.
ash ions Discussed
; weather still cool enough to Park. He Is interested in Prior to that time he was supervisor LfifJ; '

At Woman's ClubOn'Vednesday call for hearty hot meat dishes gardening and all sports, especially of a theatre chain in ; ::: ; .

Earl W. Wright, today's swimming golfing the Detroit area. .. ;
contributor to the GONDO- fishing boating and bowling The traditional meat with

fficers Electedf LIER food column, comes to which he practices regularly as which Yorkshire pudding Is I
A social card will be the meal planner's assistancewith a member of the Senior Citizens served is roast beef but Wright PARADE OF HOMES
party his suggestion and recipe League. says the recipe is equally good I I
held by the VeniceNokomisWoman's
for a good roast accompaniment He and Mrs. Wright came with any other roast.YorkshIre OI
Club Wednesday at Yorkshire Pudding.Of here In 1956 and built a homeat Pudding I EAST GATE Gn o EMCEE I
f Woman's Club 1 p.m. at the clubhouse on Harbor
Drive. English descent, Wright 24 Gulf Manor Drive. They 3 eggs,

Members guests and friends, Is a connoisseur on the subject had owned a lamp shop in V tsp. salt '
--- ot whatmakes Grosse Polnte, Mich., for 10 1 cup milk -
'In vu the first clever lit.bomtmaker she said. Shame and protection are invited the card to attend of and their to a good years which he had bought for 1 cup flour, minus 2 tbsp.

and she ran up I from the elements are not the I play choice. game ak Yorkshire pudding Mrs. Wright more for a past- When roast is done, remove I

:lint figleif frock in a bur- motovaung factors, social scientists Mrs. J. W. Allen is chairman, and a devotee time occupation than anything from oven and turn oven heatto HAPPINESS...Is a home of your ownfyou71
because she found she had I believe. assisted by Mrs. Frank Burton of the else. It became quite successful 500 degrees. Add two table

burg literally nothing 1 Fashion shifts are possible and Mrs. Louis Jacobs. Door meat compan- during the ten years they spoons of roast drippings to

eel today because of scientific prizes will be awarded and refreshments V ion-piece. Nevera operated it and after selling it, 9x9-inch pan and make sure
us Mrs Florence Girvin of achievements In the textile will be served. dish to be tri- they came to Florida to estab- pan and drippings are hot when t
n Stan t Junior College began field and technological ad- Mrs. Walter Geisser, chair fled with, the. batter i Ia added.
(Inclusion of clothing and recipe he submits -I Beat until wellmixedbut
vancements, Mrs. Girvin said man of the social cards committee Women eggs
\uon customs "from the She said that prohibitive costs requests that reservations looks foolproof Episcopal not frothy. Don't overheat

'7 ipron-style frock intro- and insufficiency of materials be made, if possible by -- enough for Add flour to eggs and salt, then
ed bjr Eve to the latest prevented rise of the fashion calling Mrs. Geisser or Mrs. Wright the rankest Will See FilmA add milk, a small amount at a
't a the springtime fashion industry prior to recent history. Earl Browning. ..mateur new-bride cook. time. Pour into heated drip

Id" at the meeting of Ven- Forty members and guests Duplicate bridge Is played at Wright is a charter memberof film on Episcopal Missionsin pings In pan. Bake about 30
Nokotms Woman' Club attended the luncheon meetingat the club every Thursday after the Gourmet Club and belongs the Caribbean will be shown minutes or until puffy and nice. enJey

inelda,. which Mrs. Lewis Hester noon at 1 p.m. Members, to Venice Yacht Club, and discussed by The Rev. ly browned making sure that
V'" traced the history of presided. She submitfed her guests and friends are invitedto Lake Venice Golf Club, Kiwanis Donls Dean Patterson at the oven I is at 500 degrees
110ft and the psychology renuble attend these meetings. Club and is secretary and Serves four to five. If you
of Church-
resignation as president and a meeting Episcopal it more with GOLD SEAL
for double five
clothing and its recipe, use only
new panel of officers, headed women of St. Mark's on April
''flung customs stating that by Mrs. J. Fergus Hunter, was eggs. HOME FINANCINGHelping
topologists claim that introduced and unanimously GOP Candidates Will SpeakAt 7.The meeting will be at the
'!If hid
little to do with
church parish hall, beginning
elected. Mrs. Donald Stevenson
i wearing of clothes She at 10 and the film will VFW i
and Miss Gladys Baggs a.m. AuxiliarySets
d that today In primitive you find happiness In life U oar greatest
were elected directors Women's Meet Wednesday be shown at 11 arm
.f*areas exposure of various Mrs. Gilbert G. Andrew was Luncheon will be served at ElectionMembers pleasure. The finest things said about our mortgage
vary with custom, noon and reservations must be
"I the fact that in the Cele- introduced as a new member Republican Incumbents and at 3112 Shamrock Boulevard. made by April 3. They may be loans are said bj the many families whom we hare I
IIId Sumatra of candidates will be allotted four Announcement will be madeof
exposure made calling Mrs. JamesH. of Veterans of For-
become established In their homes.
knees Is each in which to state of two books to the helped to own
Indecent and then minutes the gift Porter, Mrs. J, H. Connelly eign Wars Auxiliary will elect
women of Central Afrlj Bayshore Estates their views at the open lunch free Venice Public Library In or Mrs. Harvey Mims, the officers at the group' meeting Can .e help you?
sear only a feather-duster- eon meeting of VeniceNokomis memory of the late Mrs. Ralph hostesses. April 8 at Venice Civic Center
Mil.j Group Revives Women's Club
Republican W Morrill and Mrs. Emily Mrs, Clarence Kroener, president
Mme uncertainty of em- Wednesday at 12:30: p.m. at Hilton. entertained the present

Il'in more civilized society Picnic GatheringsRevival Early Wynn's Steak House. Reservations are requestedand Art DemonstrationSet officers at a party at her homeon

'vaiIJ, she said, and ae- of community basket Mrs. Margaret Busbey will may be made by calling Colonial Lane, Nokomis, SARASOTA
**II i III part for fashion preside, and all Interested per- 488-2654. last week.
flies. lunch picnics by Bayshore For April 11 ( )
Estates Homeowners Assn. be- sons are invited. Present were: Mrs. Donald G CDGG3Wd
Philosophers agree that with get-together Wed- Club dues are due and pay A painting demonstration by Smith Mrs. Parmer Haymes,
( a
jalltnre""' to the other sex, gan nesday at Snook Haven. able at this meeting and mem- Fifty Attend Talk Clare Nickels of Sarasota is Mrs. Kenneth Wood Mr. Ken savings and loan association
esteem and ego-build- ; bers unable to attend should scheduled for April 11 at 2.30: neth Norwood, Mrs. Howard
factors and the relief of Sixty persons attended and mail their dues to Mrs. A. N. At Nokomis East .at Venice Gardens Recreation Huggins, Mrs. William Drown, DOW1'fTOWN' GULF !GATE
**>*! by 38 prizes were awarded during' chairman, p.m II .
allowing adven- Wood, membership Center, Mrs Clara Nlemcheck, Mrs. 11ixact. IUIIUU1IUC: fIE m
novelty a non-danger- the afternoon. Approximately 50 membersand Robert Leonard Mrs. Casper
outlet, are the primary Committee in charge of the guests attended the Nokomis Quam. Mrs. Howard Girard, SOUTRSSDCso. VENICE
i"01" behind the desire fort picnic was: Arnold A. Luns- Optimists Meet East Civic Assn. covered Orchid Club InstallsNew Mrs. Maye Rasmussen and .DM.MBS oca so. ti t0 Wass DR
*"> and changes in styles ford, chairman, and Mesdames dish dinner and talk by State Mrs John Wilson.

Earle W. Ball<<, E. H. Bixler, Talk Sen. Warren S. Henderson officer of Venice ----- ------ -- --- -----------
Edmund B. Blake and Arthur For Dinner, Tuesday at Nokomis Fire Hall. Orchid Society will be Installed
il I
A. Laughlm. Sen. Henderson spoke on the at a dinner Wednesday at
'ill Drug-testing will be the subject proposed change in the homestead 7 pm. at Deckhouse Restaurant
Supervise of.a film and talk by exemption law. UNBELIEVA

Monthly Nokomis Auxiliary George Haldeman medical The group will next meet at 1 Mrs Del Traver will be the
ShowsStefanla service representative of Eli 5,30: p.m., April 28 at the fir new president, succeeding Dr.
Plans Rummage SaleThe Lilly Co., at the dinner meeting hall I J. M. Severson. AT
Takoris and of Optimist Club of Rob-
hana McKinney will be in of the at 7.30 at
Ladies Auxiliary erts Bay today : p.m.

UPS' Venice of the monthly art Union Volunteer Fire Dept. Fisherman' Wharf. GRANT'S' "SKILLET" SPECIAL I $56,995 ON YOUR LOT
allan' Gardens Rec- of Nokomis will have a rummage The program was arranged
Center and have plan- sale Wednesday and by Robert Jones.
All? "how to open April 12. Thursday at the fire hall. Wives will be guests of their Out
ares artists are invited Hours will be from D''' I.m. husbands at the meeting.. The Carry .

IUbmlt one painting, with to 5 p.m.Those Rev. Louis Henry Leigh District -
herb? entitle and price contributing sale articles Four governor, will be a BUCKET of.
iii ck, to bring It leave them at the special guest Ward Wright, .
,' VO" Center on April 8 may call Mrs. ArthurJ.ntt president, will be in charge of
fire hall or
eon 10 a.m. and the meeting.
d 2 p.m. at 488-1033 for pick-up.
ration will be held at ---p- Chicken
Show will be changedIlowship
1I J

Night $2 60 WHOLE 2tLB.' ,

? Cellura/ C CHICKEN ((10 Pieces) .
J""ied Jerry ._ "
Fellowship cod night will be ob- hand made >/2 DOZEN HOT ROLLS See it now on Sunset Beach Rd. 1 block west of

'550d b>J Accepted Venice Masons Lodge ,301 to-, ARCH SUPPORTS f all orders packed In foil lined buckets J Trail in South Venice. I

Oat, 7:30: p.m, at the Ma- Phone Ahead order will be ready
!\jehU\\Uc T.mple, Jerry's SHOE COMFORT SHOP MOSS BROTHERS & SONS [, i

?! rGerad.. Junior PHONE 488-5075

r"J". 'la taking reservations I Specialist/ /I. Arch Supports and OrtAopW/c/ Shoes W. T. GRANT CO. Waldo Sherman a Venice Branch J
l i ash pie i :and pm.coffee social will be at 251 S, TAMIAMI TRAIL VENICE Telephone 488-4896 or 4884897t JI I

:lI a Disney movie Store Hours: 10 a.m p.m.
showy a1 pm. _


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PAGEtTY tug rinWThnitcb\I .-.... L_ ___ __ ----- MCmoY.: !

Banging It Out \ .. .... ,....- -.. .,.-

About Englewood


Phone 474. ::24

Feter Cosinl! and his wile and
four children, arrived from
Detroit Mich, by car, Monday \ ,.
night to stay with Peter ,
Guidici on McCall Road. They 0 i
then co to the East Coast to
visit with her-0-parents.

Mr. and Mrs Ernest Foreh-
man, Mr. and Mrs J. Hinder,
Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stevenson
,r and Mr and Mrs George An. 1 1
Y derton descended on the A. M. 1 1BIg4RKKTtj
Malls for a night-0-of pinochle.

The Community Presbrterisn ,, Pl A
Church received two gifts i in
memorial One a Silver TeService rrr
was donated to the |f &REAKFAST CLUB
TO by Mrs Stewart Arm
l .. ington in memory of her mother EVAPORATEDMILK
Mrs Charles"" F. Relley along
time member of the WPO
and the church. It was used for
the tea at World Exhibit then
returned for the inscription on
March 4.
} The other gift an organ ,
was by Mrs Stewart Arming
ton of Cape Haze In memoryof down produce lane 0
her parents. Mr and Mrs _
George Armington. I
-0- [ i
Snit WttHm Pecked
Mr and Mrs Ray Berryman Celo-
of Clearwater paid a surprise
visit to Mr and Mrs Albert -- -----

Thompson at their home Lem. CARROTSPkg.5
on Bay Villa on McCall Road. .

Grace Young's-0- sister Vlr _
Rinse and her husband Sam Fr,
Barbee from Arcadia were at
the Young home over the
weekend.We .

were shocked-0- to learn of = C __ IEWfOREExN _
the death of Mn. John L. Hall
of Warctown, N. J. The Halls 9TAMP8 Mn "
have been in Englewood during
the winter for a number oft
; years Sold their trailer bout ___
two weeks ago to buy a new
one on the West Coast to be
nearer their daughter Edna PRICES EFFECTIVE
Hall fell! over a piece of cementin
the new Trailer Park and MON., TUES., WED.,
broke her arm While In the
hospital out there suffered a MAR.JO, )1 APRIL 1,1964o a
heart attack, then another one. a
She will be buried In Water-

town, N J. -0- : .t- : "

Over to the beach Wednesday -If- I I

two and with a Jane half hours Thompson, a beautiful for dairy specials f' (colored ) 3
day Was a little distustec
at the condition of the beach. A if r _
How can people throw banana Pilltbiry'i Tasty BREAKFAST 4 .
peels on the land And beer a
cans and broken pop bottles: Apple Turnovers :l\

one really had to look where to ( lre __ _
place your foot. Saw something H-oi.
that really did surprise us A 49
} ,,
woman raking shells and a pkg. ? t
man shoveling them into a
large pail and dumping them Pillibury'i Delicious it o
Into the back compartment ot _
.the car They were about to Blueberry Turnovers
repave their driveway Had no .
idea one could do that.
-oWe 14-ot:. 49c
were guests for dinner pkg.
at the new trailer in Shady
.. Haven. Our friends Mr and SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN
Mrs Slats Huelga had us over
to see the trailer, and what a o frozen foods Limit 2 :TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED
4 comfy one was Extremely
'roomy and well planned En. Stoaffsr'i Frown HEAVY WESTERN BEEF: SALE!
Toyed a delicious dinner and I
delightful conversation' They Macaroni & Cheese
are utterly charming people.
We are glad they are stayingon BONELESSROUND
tit the last-0-of April. 3 12cr.pkgi. $1.

Mrs. Adam Kehl from Meri- .
deth, N. H., flew down to see ACROSS! & BLACKWELL STEAK
Mrs. Helen Burnett on Bay birds Ere FmtM
Street! for a few days then (asserted flavors)
will drive back with Mrs Bur- Broccoli Spears
nett to Manchester Conn
Spending a few days at Ocala JELLIES I
and several other places on the 3 1001.pkgi. 79
way. ,
-0- Ib. 7 9C i
We had a telephone call from
F&P Flavor PerfectSliced
Venice from a lady who want- I
et three! questions answered C
And you know what? Didn't Beefs 2 lOt
have one answer. So we put In
19 calls starting with Cham,
ber of Commerce police firemen Jiffy Whit, Yll_, Devils! Food FnghCakeMixes

Individuals information, game, .but wardens.wanted we got and and all called just the 2 pk9:;. 29t Ground Beef ">. 49(

the lady back and she was so
Del Havlian.
",i. grateful, it was worth the effect SlicedPineapple Limit 4 pr customer with

purchases of $J or more
-0- .
Going down Old Englewood ton
I Road for the first time in ages
: saw to our delight the oldr'
tumbled down ,
building: of the OOIfxEFRLETRA1'OO
I W. D. Grocery was torn down. 1
The lumber Is all still on the
ground. but It Is flattened and J1l Green Stamps Venice
when they luC it all away that a .. ... ] i4
spot will no longer be the eyesore CHo s.u7;;VITAMINS'
It has been Shopping Center
t Mrs. Anna Johnson of Bay 6O-ct. Nt. $1.00
t Heights went up to St. Petersburg 8 wNn MW. a.N a. 1eN ((9 '
f to remain with friends ououoooooooooooooo
r over the Easter holidays We PUDE1X Store Hours Ii
had planned to have her with : _
I us for Easter dinner so shewouldn't !mso

I t(;'i to see us be this alone.week She and came gave romw S A R K K T MOIL -FrL 8:30: 9:00:
us each a choice one of her Stamps!
a : many artistic crafts She Is a '
WrY talented lady. These pot LOTION #I SaL 8:30: 7.44a :
holders are much too attractiveto J94- tai g
f use as such free hand ...... ..a .. :
drawn and painted, so theyare B ooooooooooooo 11aa Q Q5O
I now hanging! on our cabinet .
I doors for all to II and ad.

'\',, mire. pus o W 50 omWU UVU5A o P'Rth1I5 50mw m50
I pld we ever this
I q J i mornln (Tuesday). Called JW Green Stamps J" Green s1
Green J"
Stamps Stamps
*.. .., ....., "" < Green Stamps*
1 Jane ft <
Thompson and asked I M I ......e.er.4...Mt* rift. tfla ewe.5,4.......ee see. W e..ar..1 d. e1
I' what would she be doing Sat. KRAFT'S APPLE JELLY Jahgpye'g JikHot Wn 1SttKIm ... alga. 1k WISHIONI ITALIAN DRESSING e+
urday between 4 and 8:30.: Slit 1.s.. |I. IS KAISER BROILER FOIL
said "not a thing" Then asked r Flsor Wt I 4Mr teat f IJ S.... bo*. 19.
.. ... roll 45cI
If we could borrow the two 6f .Niw aY1 A.e m | ..01<'. WW, aNe I a. 1aN w.... -..Na .. .... rI: : r:::. aNrw 1 per_. awM W 1111
them for dinner to share our lLOi .oooo ooooooOOO 000000000 QOOOOO 00 00 IOOOOOOOOOO) 2000000
Easter with them. We never
cook meal in this house on a ----
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:t. = iJ 1Ii :rw. lo! .r'..f to Ox Wflc.inr M uN I.11...._ D...ued ; ., tndor doe flatruna .aat of TOP.
.. A.. Campo 5M.. Ns .e.wMr. Praho' File N. 1ttN071Cx ICE! ARMS APABTBtENTn a.d aha
". .... '!'. "h.___.._ ,> :1'11 fur J|:M neat) b.t.r. tho I h.,.,.. .f : TO t RhDI'MRRTo aaid flna of .... r -
: .low .... ..d lido, pr.. bsinnln. ALL (Rr.DITORS' AND PrRSONS w-=
.I. lite .uhll...... M "'to$ our. HAVING CLAIM OR DEMANDS .rlde..a
... thrash ... eta *a.. of April IM M AGAINST SAID ESTATE, Joe. O. N"r. 0. S. ...
II ,110 nma Yo ara honor Mtlflad and roqulrad. EnrUwwd. Fla.
Said proporty anall b. anM for _h, to fll. any claim or drmand phial ymmy Th..... I NllHilna, P. 0. Ba* pas.
Lots For Sale uhJMt t* approval of th. Count Judir hap ..... ... .
Houses For Sale mains the F of JOAN t..low. Fla.Ownanhlp
Homes For Trade I Auto For Sale for ........ Count,. Florida to th.offror GRAB IPAULlJlNG.1 tat eI of Voaaai Aaaaa Awa*>
whoa* .ffar I. th* htsh.it ., garaaota Conntr, Florida .
In the .m.- of nmta ta a. follna l
RATESCh.r IN PORT CHARLOTTE 2 BEDROOM .h_ ....t... and whlrh ahall th. H... ,
2 CB HOME. Flor- WILL TRADE HOMES. u JOHN T. GRAHAM Saraaot I"" O. N""ttl- M per aaaaVThmaa
adjoining lots ida 2 Bedroom 1961 DODGE %-ton 200. Low mm *f 1111I..... Pooh offer, ahall h* (""" .... J'Meo. .it ih. Ooontr Court L NmMoa, M a. oaa*.
80'x125'Which room, carport. Newly IVi baths, CB home, mileage. Good condition. One oitanad. a* ...Id .,n.. at II.flu a.... Haw lit S.rama. 'Iootola within ..0m.4. It la our Intonttom .> avpir r *afl.rb >
Rates, both Thursdayand by certified decorated. 704 Serata. April .. I.... Proparly b. .. _, .. ..
appraisal large lot on deep canal with way anasapon It. W lass d" tho of tha Chat Oart aarf (w
owner $900 for quick sale 474- ,. .......... ... .. .
have more than rwiua.* waria .aid r tint= publication M'Ja Nollna.Earb -. (_. PVrMa, a latfcaartha
Editions doubled .
in val11 BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING dock in Laurel Villa, for comparable 3596. Pnbltabt' ...... 515. April t, ItM.n claim: : or dnnand: nu.1 .. la Mid, ..... VTN1O ARMS ATAtT.MENTK .
since purchased in 1958. Pool or larger home in Venice miniand la dnpllral .hill ,'... : ands I1.. MOTMton* of Chap.trr .
S1.50 Have attractive proposition if home. 2 bedrooms den, FlorIda Phone OR TRADE rff: nttmm tt>n..s romTrw th. slam of na d...* and pad offw.oia (".... Uwa f'I FlarMa. A<>. ., sal.Wits. .
area. fir cheaper
room. 21x31 screened 4882464. ear ANt roll SARASOTA rt>NTV. .44, of" tha Claimant hia, rot or .er ....... Mo. 500 .... OIl
interested in buying them. Ph. Furnished patio.. 1960 Bonneville, 4-door Hard n.ORTOA. SITTINO A8 A COUBT OP hto etamn .h.1I he ......... .. he II...... 1M.
(12( word ) 4884862. if desired. Good flruncuig. top. Excellent condition. Call PRORATE a II TS flllM (.., and any >n'h rkor 110 11'0"" rj. ?l'W"M't.P'f'/'I.r.
minimum 2102 Georgia Any ED- Help Wanted n* P.gt FrTTATK OFEUtABBTH .... not M fiM shall b* ....01. KBTTLBTW.PnblMi .
Additional WATERFRONT glewood. Grove for appointment 488-5278, after MATR. DamaMdCourt Tb flllnv fM may h. added ta th. J".n.A..L.: t, U. J.4.Nonce
LOTS on scen City. 5 FIU Nn. ._ scant at elalm..n4 .1.lra '.rm. ..... t1
ic, wide, deep Myakka River WAITRESS wanted. Please apply pro. worsen TO (;IlIOI>lroRI ho ab....... r..... tho Cmntp Jsdee'.
CASH rites both Thursdayand Myakka Shores. RentalsCENTRALLY Cue Club, So. TamlamlTraiL tv ALL rREnrroRS AND ALL PERSONS .11I- ,
Also "
marina ROBERT R. SPAITLDINO.aa or JJIlTmCTfn" vo It
Monday with houses and buildings and ENGLISH FORD, 1960 Prefect, AOAINST SAID ESTATEi: Admlnlurator. for l1.. la REGISTER' IJNDRA "I'ftOO1I IlL..
boat LOCATED 4-door sedan. Good condition. v.... and rah of yo ar* bar.br '." of Joan Gar Spauldini, NAM8 bTATUTS
$1.40iJ ramp. Also 60 acres on Call 488-5218. ..''' *! and roiiulroj to praarat any r>fr>aa..l.Nonrr .. N"- 10 b be.b stow tAM. M w It
Myakka River off Highway 777 Apartment, on :yearly or WANTED!: Driver-Salesman. .1.'. or dMnand whMl" ..... or thw( Aan.ph Slop' .a. Don. 4*.a.vod l. daclrinff' to ...... t. ba lin l li
monthly basis. Vacationers Hood's Dairy Inc. ha". ," fcctat. of A....... at 4.. .*. undo th. flrthMoti .,... of WILL
East 1301 S.
on ,
( word minimum) River Road. Call owner welcome Boats For Sale RLiLABETH; MATE. =':.. lat* offtaraaoM 'I? 11'..- "trOY\ VIEW LIQUORS M 19M Rllln.wBtrnt.
Ray Llndke, 924-7593 Armada Apt., 408 Venice ByWay.Situation. Ca...... Florida to th CountyJudr P O. 1575. 5&_ Florida. IM.nd. r
Words each 60TyS or ....... .. .
Addition write P. o. Armada Rd., S. .. Conrt of Sarasot County I.th. I.) Vr/M rim d. lb. .d with tho ClerkM I
Box 122, Sarasota I '58, 19-FT. INBOARD. 75-P.H. Omnty Oonrthoiiaa .._ Florid Pohn.b: Mae I. 18. II. 1ft. 5554. tho COolS Oau't I. ODd Tar 5.u.
Ax-C.p .. FURNISHED Wanted *, within ant Mlmdar mnntha frnmIk .... County. Florida.Wltnna .
Anr 2 Valvo-Pinto.
1'.rt-1 Hard
N ROOM top, ply. .
.. 55'xl25' BAY band and oflctal tmi tUm
MM to .rn M II mar POINT LOT, Nokomis. dat* of th II. poblloaKon of tfcia my
;, for m* ...... M ..... Mile from ment, $55 per month Includ wood, fiberblassed top and bot notloa.Faun. lISA day. *"f M.rrh 1504.MYASKA .
...... beach. WOMAN with business background or INTENTION TO PRVUAGRCORPoRAT10N.
rhrrtafwr.A rliln donand ba
.t. mM
aarb log utili tiel. or
u. fr Close to town tom. Tunnel stern controlled
Mrrt... aham at IS aaMa N High-Dry Value $1,350. Make and seeking general of. mini ifoma ... ...11aIt1o from .. Rtc.isTFR t'NPrn FicTinoi's .
.... ( ... W th. tadolM. PO. offer. 4886629. beach 504 S. Armada. either forward or aft 12.in. reran Jwlaaa offla.1. In dupll.al 1.1 NAMr: vTATUTB I,, Rnhnt J. SttewMt.Pn.ldwt.
.. .... _II. .. fice-bookkeeping or combination bhall... th alaf* of pMldono* and boric IS HEREBY GIVEN That
draft. Suitable for bay .
or gulf. ....
11. .. ;
.dI. .
.d .
office and sales. Part timeor offlo addnaa of I*, el..Ira..., .hill b* tomAto th.fMttlonc Pnhllah Mar 14 il. u4 Ale 1M4 i
LOT 582 Venice Gardens. Price FURNISHED 3 ROOM apart- Sacrifice 1500. Can be finance .-... Ie br th. .!oj....... hto aMt ..rII. nam., MILT Rl'BINOW' T-V
full time. Permanent rest- ..... .. with tha riprk of th. Clmill, Oniit I.anti la
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $1,750 Write Walter Polskl ment. Walk to town ed. Phone 488-3157. ..m. .hall ba _.... bya
: and dent. Call St. .. ,.. for ftarawta Toinlr, Florida.' A January thaw In New Eng
488-2639, evenings TS flllnc f (which' mar b* nmnd -
One Edition p.r Inch $3.00 585 73rd Ave., No., St. Peter. beach. Only $65 per month. 488-3539. ky addini k> th* anaoat of FUNCOAKT TELEVISION. INC. land is mentioned in literature
Edition Inch $3.50 burg, Fla. Adults only. Venice BOATS HERE for everyone, .1001. .n' .,7 .rub e1.lm' a d.d Byt Chariot Btfhtold. Pn.ld.nt.PubM.h .
Both per Arms more than 40 boat for sale not a* flM .hall b. n>kL : Mar. 111. IS. In and Apr a. 1W4 as early as 1798. f 1

classified ads EAST GATE. Choice lots, min Apts., 518 S. Armada. Business Personals In Hansen's out-back display. LOUIS aa Bxarotor: LARRY of" th.HATE Do.... "L.

All inadvwnt..xcept 88 feet wide. See or call Lar- 14 ft. to 42 ft. Priced from of fcllrabMh. Mala d......

established ry Redford Assoc. Chips John SMALL ment. I$50 BEDROOM month.apart. SHEARS KNIVES lawnmower $150.00 up. Se. them I a.m. to A--.. A.kith RradfoH.d. ",Ira....1tJt... WILL LEASE THE PINES RESTAURANT

fCCOIIII' son Real Estate 306 W. Venice per 48887'18 blades 5:30: p.m. weekda,.. Hansen lIT Wet Miami. Ann**,
Ave Phone 488-3609. 4882241. after 5pm.FURNISHED sharpened Leaveat Chris-Craft Sales 1201 N. Tam sofas pions.PnMbht Reasonable Terms.
Western Auto, 305 W. Venice Bomb M. April' .. d, .. IM4ClRTmCATF Hurry.
CANCELLATION or 2 BEDROOM 1* Ave. Thomas H. Wilson CitnuAve. land Trail, Sarasota Phone
ADJUSTMENT boat basin I. E. L. KUton. bath, air conditioned and ., Nokomis. Phone 4883822. 9S8-5MS. ntsenttmnxTv ( ,
for cancellation heat Duplex. Yearly Can TlJ NAMI!: Aim IIY TIll:
Raqwttt Bayshore Drive. Nokomis. 14-FT. GULFLINER BOAT 4UTHORITY 0' TJnIJ STATS up North Requires Immediate

tr adjust iwnt b .e 5 u. s of mornings, 4884183. TYPEWRITERS and Adding $100. Lee Voorhees, WishingWell FtjORIDA
l virus K RESmENTlAl!: MrTS TO ALL TO WHOM THWB PRfX.SJIAU. : Attention.
arm ? milt be mad for ALSO VI"I'II RU81NII811 IIITJlI.: AM U1 ThurWay/ Gondolier/ BEFORE CALL IOU JACOBI. .I.un Nero\ A HOMIT LACK CASH? ) Chemically cleaned, W1M._ rharl ..... Chi..... IIII.nit. .
R-poorfWIttT Mai lataartant like new. JUst $12 50 plus parts .., N..... L*., Saruote. Florid Contact MR. MILTON Carle 328 S. Trail I
Monday. For Monday FOR TALK TO LOO Mobile Homes ,
I pjn. on QUICK SALE 3 Lot J4COBa.4aa.nrrCOMPLETELY If required. All makes. Venice Wattrr A. Dlmliart. Vonloa Florida
and Edward. A. Btuidrr. Baranot.
Gondoliar BEFORE 5 1x100, South Venice. Owner. Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. For Sale FVridh did M th. Ilk dar of Julr. A.P.. Ph.488.1036WOLFER
'.m. on TIIursel.,. Phone 4884706. Furnished, ef. 488-61IS. I*... aaua. to b. ............... vnArrth.
ficiency apartment. $65 .... of th. State of" Florida ARTISTS -
per CUSTOM BUILT 28' Alrstream.
Lots Wanted month. Couple. Includes utili Wall to wall carpeting. Tandem with tu prlnlraal. / plain ofbvBlnaia i
ties. Vmlot. ..._ O In
704 Myrtle and Venice B,. at >a.'"
axles. Lot 54, Palm.n. ... MOTORS Inc.
488.3 Way th. I. of Florid.*, and whoa nebrarporatlm ,
+85 PRIVATE PARTY interested SHEPARD Pines Trailer Village, Nokomis. did im th. ITIb dar ofMaru
A.D.. IM<.. owe to b. flM In -
in buying lots in Venice. Zon ON PRIVATE LUMBER CO. the MOm of Ih. "_.., of Slate. ofUM 915 S. Tamiami Trail .88.3965-48a.415O
ESTATE, at Osprey
ed Stow of Florida th doaummurranthnrltr
or Apt. Phone
Real Estate 2621. 488- two large bedroomapt I 100)() N. Washington Blvd 10' x 46'2 VINDALE:tiled ALUMINUM bath Florida 8..roirQlrad...... .howlns undo. SoRtlon th. dlMohitkvw lOUT. SPECIALIST IN. 1
living room, tile bath. .. .
Frigidaire, gas stove and furnace a gas heat, large gas tank wall ..w, t ...,.... .... Verotair of Stai
ONLY $13,500 Houses For Sale TV can oven, Kelvlnator sliding doors C.. h!.*<>. Mrtifr to th.* furwoliMr and Brake Repair Lubricate Chatu'iOil (
fur I
Cheerful plastered C.B. 2 garage space, that M..aMdl.d that th. rmulrmnmtof .
nished or unfurnished. Annual ELLIOTT PAULfor exceptional closet space and th* lw. .... h... ampllri. with. Front End Alignment Change
bedroom. Fireplace, carport OUTSTANDING 2 Bedrooms, 2 basis only $100 per month. cabinets, TV antenna, awnings, IN wrrNKKS 11'HPftEO: ,. I Front End Overhaul S Adjust Headlights Been

,, large utility room, bath home. Curbed covered patio. Nice location how bnnnu art mr hand Mid Wheel Balancinq S Electrical Repair
and pay Quiet, no lawn to mow. Phone ROOF TRUSSES hap affinal. th'* Craat Sral 1 of
attractive grounds, desirable ed streets central water aystm Seaman 966-2825. and wonderful neighbors. Lot (Sa D th* Slat of Florida. tot Tallaary Engine Overhaul S Any Automatic or Standard
neighborhood. Call I and Alum. WIndows A Doors. 150 or call at office. HARBOR h_ tho Capi01' '. fhO M. 17thdy I
sewer Beautifully C Radio Repairs Transmission Repair
Marsh 4.D.
at 1.84.
Owner, 4884152.GULP' landscaped. A real buy at 2 Contract Roofing & Painting LIGHTS. .......: of Btai*
BEDROOM Furnished Home. !Phone 488-2132 Venice TOM ADAMS, Airconditioninq Repairs and Installation
$17,500. Byron M. Markle Reliable party. Available .....n.b.i Van. 19. 1184.
FRONT on Casey Key. Realtor, 4834706. April 10 Dee. 10. 1005 Myrtle Legal ;
100x3(4 ft 2 bedroom, home _
Ave.. Venice.
vith 3-car garage Zoned for SACRIFICE 2 Bedroom Dressmaking, alterations, draperies TIM" rfflc." NOTICE of BRA8WEU Or BALK: a: BROWN.Attorneys .

multiple use. Ideal for invest- Ocala Block House terrazzo 1 LARGE!: ROOM. Private entrance etc. reasonable 488-1130 Vntlo-Nokonli Built BulM- Real Estate Corner
lIlt!! and home. 23500. $3,700 5,5. V..I. KlorM ph. 4M-MO
floors throughout 14x26 screen. and bath. Call 488- will mefrvt .ft.' .. lot turchiM th. following .
nut or will trade for what ed porch, carport. On corner 4774 daytime. 488-2537 after 6. The wall of Jericho fell to dMtribH P...,...,. tokmfflnff toIh.
live Aihnlntatralrli at the Lout. atRENB ,
you. lot 10S'xll4', in nice neighbor- Joshua and the Israelites in R. .BPLLB-ISLK. tewudiOtw WHETHER YOU'RE
ON A DEEP CANAL, 2 bedroom jood. AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY snap tart Hitrn. <*.
2 bath home, screened offer gets Nicely you landscaped.a nice home.Best apartment Available Biblical times around 1400 B.C. r-IM Srl.. ID N... noj&AJOGREEN'S ." I BUYINGOR

swimming pool. Large boat Call week days after S p.m., April 1. Adults At 251 Nassau. bedroom, 2-bath, with nice ORSELLING
h Ule. Will trade for home not 488-1501 to Call or see Larry Redford, A*.
an water. o-ilate Chips Johnson Real J1A. screened porch. Wonderful loca

2 BEDROOM, 2 bath home. Estate, 306 W. Venice Ave. You',. Best Values A..
MAKE OFFER 2 Bedroom !'it!
Close to Venice, on deep canal. Phones 488.2241 or 488-2279. Found HERE
home Venice Garden. Own. tion. Small down
Reduced for quick sale 13500. Member Chamber of Commerce payment. Easy
er anxious to selL Wanted NICELY
$11,000 I but will sacrifice $500 reasonable Citrus Highlands terms. For information call

Phone 488-4706 down. No closing cost. About Call 958-5492 or 488-1056. Available Heating and Air Conditioning

400' OF WATER FRONTAGEon t66 per mono Byron M. Markle, the 1st of April. Heating & Air Conditioning InstallationsGas 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED M

South Creek Bay. In Sor Realtor, 4884706.
rento Shores. Paved Street, room Ranges Water
2 BEDROOM HOME completely and bath apartment Water,
high and $25 ft. Terms. Free Estimate
dry. per -
I furnished in Englewood sewer, rubbish pickup includedin
Ask for Lauden at sales officeof No Job Too Too Small
Big er .
90x140 ft. lot on paved road. rent. $65 month. Near shopping
Sarrento Shores 4 miles 243 Se Trail Venice Ph. 488-2271
City water. 11 palm trees, about and beach. Phone 488-3785.
north of Venice.
21 fruit trees. Beautifully

landscaped. $15,000. Phone 474- PRIVATE 1 ROOM Efficiency, I ? 2 BLOCKS TO
$50.00 monthly 2 room efficiency INSTALL
2539 4882660.
8 adjoining lots with or $75.00 monthly. Near Downtown VeniceI L

10CT each on newly 4-laned VENICE GARDENSPrice Shopping Center. 4882502. H. N. VY/mmers
Reaff I or
TamlamJ Trail (U.S. 41)) with 14000.00 WEATHERTRON I 2 BEDROOMS I BATH

depths ranging from 223' to 2 large: bedrooms, 2 tile 1 BEDROOM, furnished apart. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE i 120 Lot
333' backing to 60' wide 5' ment. Yearly. Inquire Ava- TOTAO'p :
up baths, large living and dining All ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP I 10900.00
deep canal with access to Inter. area. Modern kitchen Ion Apts., 505 Barcelona. Agent for W....,. Union Telegraph

eo.stsl waterway, toned R-3. with wall oven, and new refrigerator. FURNISHED Apartment Real Menday thru Friday 9 to Si: Saturday to I H. N. WIMMERSClOSED
Ideal sites for motel, restaurant
drapes SUNDAYS
nice. Call 4884810.
marina, filling station, large window and sliding HIATINO 221 W. Miami A,..
fps and This is the HELP KEEP
so forth. MODERN irconditioned VENICE CLEAN
Trill doors. This is a large house 488-S308
front..ga of Sorrento located in an establishedneighborhood I II stores available in South

shore. Will sell on. lot or all I having central Venice Shopping Center. For -
III' lots _
for $12,000 each
information call 488-5858.
water and sewer
Terms. I coottwoCOR
Phone Venice 488-5027,
Or visit Sorrento Shores Sales MYRON McGLYNN. Realtor UNFURNISHED, 2 bedrooms This Space i
Shamrock Pb. 488-4974
Office located 4 miles N. of plus Florida room; living .

Venice, 8 miles S. of Sarasota. ATTRACTIVE HOME in nice room w/FP; extra large utility 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice Fla. 488-53S9 VENICE GARDENS Available

section of Venice. Two bed. room. In city children or pets .

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. rooms, two baths, screened Ok. $75.00 month. 488-5528 after 2-2-BEDROOM BATH HOME

Large enough for thirt n 1001 Nokomis 5 p.m. For Your
porch and carport,
Wi with 15,000 *]. ft. In each.ned Ave., So.. Venice 14000. NEW HOMES BEING BUILT Central Heat a Central Water

%lamed street R-1. On- 200 county ft. West main ofmiami Low costs.down Call payment.4886701. No closing CASEY bedroom KEY furnished on the Gulf.home 2. Beauty Of Design DetailA Many Extras Real Estate

Screened 488-1333 488- ,
Trail 3% miles porch. ,
North of Venice, V mi. Southof NEARLY NEW, 2 bedroom 2151. PRICE $11,500 AdvertisementFRANK p

Sorrento Shores. $19,000 home close to shopping centers RUTENBERG "MUST"You .;
terms Misc. For Sale C. RAEBURN Realtor -
Call Venice 488.5027 or hospital and schools. Nice ..

4382791. lot. Low taxes Terms. 11750. notice it the minute home you will want for your ATTENTION MR. ft MRS.

NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath 1 COMBINATION ZENITH you see it, the instant you family. A home with that 251 W. Venice Ave. Phones: 488-1600 488-2M9 "RISHTPARTY"at
and radio
record player 1 .
Lots For Sale home. Excellent location. Near COM Trumpet; three bar; walk in the door there "something special" that
chopping centers. Very low the right price your future
stools. Your choice, your price. li IOm.thinglpeel.1 about. will give you years of maintenancefre
: home It evsilabl
It hat
down payment. now
Call week 488-1501 after I Rutenberg" Home. Inside or
IN NEW, S BEDROOM home, p.m 2 full title! .baths
RIDGE ASSN.,, OV outside there It a definite will look, feel and live I ,
ERUWKINQ BLACKBURN central water and central sewer 12-FT TRAVEL TRAILER, livingreem, full dining-,
coordinated of design "new" from now en.W '.
MT. FULL BAY PRIVI- system. No cash needed. twin beds, 8-ply t Ira.. I NroMEsuim.room.E Also a large hobby.
tGE8. Low payments to right party Venice and detail, a very real hope that will
HAROLD R. ROSS, Grimes Lot 152. Municipal you see room that could
BROKER, 488-2128. BYRON MARKLE. Realtor, Trailer Park. feeling of quality, an Immediate the Carmel and other Rutenberg be used at a 3rd

Phone 488-4706 sense of well-plan models located '
bdrm. 2 One
< car carport.
IN S. VENICE 2 Bib ned .
Off A* UNUSUAL OPPOBTUNITYINFFO space.The 3430 Webber Street in block from T.illn S. Venice
E. side of 41. $1,500.00 : A HOM?? LACK CA8BTRoipanilbllltr Mower. con. Carmel ts a shining
Contact Sarasot at soon as pos WATER FRONT Only $11,500 or $12,500 fun
Box 8905, Trailer Efl- Mort Imaartanl.TALK dition. Electrovoica organ, etampU. T h I 11 beautiful
tske TO UU JACOBS, '81-' sible. nished.
Bradenton, Fla. chord 6pm.and pedal. 488-3411 after Gutenberg Home captured'd four Sea'Walled to Bay, Boat Basin. North

EAST GATE I choice lots.Jmier. GOLDEN BEACH near gulf the coveted McCall't magtiln bedroom models, will be of Albee Road 90 x 200 H. P. HORN
SEWING MACHINES. Clean award for 194 its I
Phone 48S-.470. bedrooms two baths. built lot In the Van- REALTOR
Two oil and adjust. $2.50. George juManding design I and en your $10,000.00

BEAUTIfUL LOT in Sorrento 30 foot Florida room Parti!, 1030 N. Waahlngten. quality construction. tee era at prices ranging U.S. 41 and Albee Rd

Shor... 100x150 en 112 ft. owner let. Sarasota, 955-7885. bedrooms, from! $l2,6$0tol8,7$0tn-I i WATER FRONT Ph. 488-3785 D y*
boot patiedincluding IwoThree bogtile eluding! full-heus airconditioning. .. Ph.: 488-5994: Evet.
dock. On 519 GULF STREET NEW t, USED GARAGE!: baths. Separate !

H;.eM T.rms. Call Venice EQUIPMENT. ) master bedroom suit I On Bay 298' x 450'. Can be Sub-Divided a

JJJ-M37 or 4882791. DUPLEX in Venice Gar- Hydraulic Jack & Lubrication with welkin closet and private If you 4* net already $33,500.00

NEW Equipment Repairs. barh from normal own a lot we offer you a
WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, bedrooms each side. away
TRI-COUNTY EQUIPT. CO. free lot-findisg .rvice.! We
2 air-condition- hew. heft Charming
residential No. 14 & 15. heat and
Block 3, Unit 78. 4 Business. ed.Central Attractive lake location. 1070 DeSoto Rd., screened perch entered have hundreds of lots on file LAKE FRONT VENICE GARDENS VENICE GARDENS

'. 4, 29 & JO, Block 3, Unit 78. Phone 488-4885 or 4886651. Sarasota, Fla. through sliding" flits walls from which t. choose, and!
Call collect S35-U40 Large Corner Lot $2,750.00 and Up
A. Gallo JIT Gardenia Road from' living Tom and master will be glad to show them

V ice G'rden*. Ph- 4B8-M73. WATERFRONT HOME. 2 bed RUBBER STAMP made to or. bedroom to you at your convenience $3,000.00 CHOICE AREA

rooms. Hi bath. garage i der. 48 hour service. Office, Choice ef four sparkling The modal hornet artopen t

BAYSHORE ESTATES dock, Laurel Reasonable.' Villa.. 4882464.Margaret personal, pocket Or stock 48 exterior design Tuly. daily from 9 '.m, un CHIPS JOHNSON realtor Martin S. Stancik '

9hly elevated, choice lot. Drive. 1432 home designed for the til 9 p.m. and on Saturday

''O*' fronts *. Across strait I BEDROOM frame Cornerlot Misc. Wanted 8-1 Greatest enjoyment of 1... and Sunday from 9 ..m. until 306 W. Venice Av.. Phone 488-2241 or 488-2279 REALTOR

I front Roberts Beautiful city water and sewer door-outdoor living" the 6 p.m
Bay. school and store $7.250 K.ntMot.l Venice 488-5443 I
Walk to J
Branch Office at Phone 488-169
:la. w. Raasonabl Phon 30 per cent below cost! Call WANTED ELECTRIC advertisement ,
433-1310 atte/ 4 or weekend, CI dryer 1'1I2111:. I 1. I I .. e

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MONDAY, MARCH 30, lts4 ,

I t Here's A ConvenienceFor A. G. Campbell Dulcie Wright I

All Housewives Wins Pinochle LVWGA WinnerDulcie

Aa exciting new method of' er for future use. The tough Championship Wright's 43 was top not submitted with the regui
conveniently preserving, heat. heat-sealed pouch provides the e w' i if in Class A, 18-hole division of results). "
tog and serving everyday andgourmet best freezer packing known: t the "throw out, one-half tour This week's event will U .
I foods is now available airtight: and moisture-proof, it A. O Campbell edged Dave nament" Wednesday- In the "best ball blind partner" tour.
nationally, via a food packaging does transfer not of allow flavor.freezer burn or Rapp of South Fallsburg N, r.,1rm t, evert Lake Venice Women's Golf niment.
set. the Y., 209 to 207, to win the FlorIda Assn. weekly event. -
At the desired time,
With this set, distributed locally pouch is removed from the Duplicate Pinochle Champ- Second In Class A were Nan-
by Airway Sales & Service freezer and simply placed in lonship after three weekly see cy Malone and Jerry Urankar i for an
on The Trail in South Venice boiling water. Defrosting is lions of play at the Venice with 44'.. Class B winner was GOlf
I the housewife places fresh unnecessary The sealed pouch Recreation Center.In Stephanie Duke with a 44. Mary enjoyableday
ly: cooked food in a polyester acts like a small pressure cooker third place with 189 y Veach was runnerup with a 45. of
pouch and seals it by insertingthe defrosting and heating the points was Leslie Heath of w.r. 7 In 9-hole play, Bee Stewart _
mouth of the pouch in an food in minutes. Venice while fourth place wentto took laurels in Class A while TRY
electric sealer appliance. The The pouch is opened for the Arthur Brooks of Rahway, Sewell McKeough was second. SARASOTAGOLF
package is then stored with an first time when the contentsare N. J", with 187 points lucy Journeay and Grace ,
f economy of space in the frees- ready to be transferred to Trophies will be awarded to Tomlinson tied for first in CLUB
9. serving dish or plate producing the top four finishers. Class B and Florence Beatty I DAILY GREEN CO A/l
food which has been held Other results: j 1 r was second. I IFEES ,. .. .
in a kind of suspended anima- Henry Metz, South Venice, Class C winner was Dora I Just Off f Bee Ridge Rd.
tion from the original cooking. 186, Mrs. H. B. Shaw Englewood -..-, ... .. ---- Wild, while Anna Yarer was | South of Streiote
0 All of the food's original qual- 185, Charles Widman, (Gondolli photo br Bolt Obndorf) second. -
ity, nutrients, aroma, and flavor Kingston N. Y., 185; Walter (Scores In 9-hole play were --
0 01 are perfectly preserved Wolf, Venice, 1804; Carl CHEFS-A-PLENTY The Venice-Nokomis Fred Rohr More than 200 attended the affair, .
since the food has not been exposed Rauch, Schonarlc, N. Y., 177, Area Outboard Club sponsored a pancake and which was to raise funds for the organiza -"
to the air nor to a sec Abe Mandel, Venice, 168'j.; : sausage "feast" Sunday March 22, at the tion's club house and for the Loveland School
ond cooking vessel during reheating Mrs Abe Mandel, Venice, 167, new club house in Nokomis East Shown here for retarded children. The new Outboard Venice Lumber Co.
The process, totally A. B. Ivey, Port Dover, Ont., tending the grill, from left, Julius Atz, Jack Club facility will be dedicated in May. Bodais
different from the common 162; A. S. Porter, Point Pleasant Josman, Ralph Harrison Fredus Boda, and commander of the organization
wrap unwrap, and reheat cycle N Y., 161; Charles INVITES YOU TO SEE .
f is suitable for all kinds of Newell Philadelphia, and W.I
foods. 1.r Franklin, Simcoe, Ont.,
The convenience of the heat- 1594; Carl Schoenholtz, Con- VAAI Annual I Softball Meetina THE MALIBUby
in-pouch process is not onlyin nersville, Ind., 155; Mrs.. Mae I AI Welch
4r4 $95m the easy preparation of high Yewsome. Albany Ga., 136 -
but in the cleanup I SetThe A meeting will be held tomorrow fast-pitch league made up of .
quality food The last regular session of Meeting ..,........,.
or pots and pans, which is the 1963-64 season will be "eld night at 8 p.m, in the two teams in Venice and two in --.
virtually eliminated. A varietyof Tuesday. annual meeting of Ven. Gourmet Room at Myakka Englewood, and possibly four
PI foods, including for examplea Lanes for all men Interestedin slow-pitch teams in Venice and
ice Area Activities Inc., will be
soup, vegetable sauce and playing either slow or fast Nokomis.
held tonight at Venice High
stew can be heated in one uten- pitch Softball during the upcoming Games will be played at Englewood
sil at one time Because of Riverview 15 School at 7:30: p.m. season. and at the high school
special qualities of the pouch Seven members of the organization Tentative plans call for a athletic field here.
the edges always remain cool Venice 0 will be elected to the
enough for comfortable handling board of directors for a periodof
three years. The nominating YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
V A notch in the edge enables Riverview trounced Venice, committee appointed by PresIdent 3
the tough pouch to be torn open 5-0.. Thursday as left-hander Ken Breeding has recommended Auto Insurance
I easily when food is ready for Ron Andrews hurled a no-hit- the following for
i serving. Courmet or family ter against the Indiana in a consideration by the membership I 1. NEW LOW RATES
r +1 1y dinners can now be served witha White Sands Conference gameat They are Howard Gordon, 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
10-minute( prep a rat i ion. Sarasota.He Ben Krick, Charles B. Wynne, 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICE L "ya .
Housewives can prepare foods struck out 12 and walked Sam Herron, C. N. (Cap) Stev-
during a single cook day each only one in the five inning ens, E. H Bartholomew and w ... .
week similar to the weekly contest, shortened because of Wesley Hicks.Nominations. s. &
wash day, which is popular the 10-run( rule The onlv ball may be made I
hit out of the infield by Venicewas from the floor at this meeting.
Besides heat-In-pouch use, by catcher Sam Morgan, -- V.
the product can be used to who flied out to right field in The Montagnards remote ( AGENCYl
store raw vegetables, fresh the first Inning.Meanwhile mountain tribes of South Viet ) ON L VENICE AVt
M meats, and other perishablefoods. the Rams were Nam, still worship spirits In : I EAST GATE CITY Of VENICE I
These airtight, leak- racking up 13 hits off Jim the earth, trees, streams and
proof containers are also excellent Sikora, making his first startof mountains. ,'--
ALPHAMusic for t variety of non- the season.Riverview .
food items, such as leftover! isI in the conference .
paint, shampoo, and soap Takes and 0-2 overall. Veniceis
& Appliance for traveling, and so forth. (0-5 in league play and 1-5-1
Produced by Kapak Indus in all games played. Both
18 T 11. Opp. Theatre tries of St. Paul under the authorization teams will resume play after
307 VENICE AVE. W. (of Minnesota Min- the Easter holidays.
ing and Manufacturing Co., the
Open 'Till 10 p.m. set includes a supply of pouches Phillips WinnerIn
; a specially designed electric Chevrolet
kitchen appliance for seal
ing the pouches quickly and Sales ContestBill
easily in seconds; a measuring
cup; labels for the pouches; Phillips, owner of Bill
and a heat-in-pouch instruction Phillips Ford Co., on the South '64 Jet smooth I Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe(119-ln.wtoelbase)
bookletREALTY. Trail in Venice, has won a trip
to Europe in a contest open to
all Ford dealers in the state.
During the period of the contest -
pp' his firm, which opened last
I. I J Jr September, sold more new
ford cars and trucks than any

br VIEWSby other. dealer in the same category will go to

Accompanying him on the
r he continued, "I'm ticking trip to the World's Fair, Lon-
to real estate .i an investment don and Paris will be Mrs.

l from now on. Even if Phillips. New Chevelts Mallba Sport Coup((115*1.whwfbtse)
the market would go down Also winning trips In the
same contest were jack Johnson -
at least with real estate
sales and Wil-
i manager
pat it and love it
CHIPS JOHNSON"I'd you can I burn Fradv, assistant sales
a little It', physical. It's manager. Johnson's was to
like to get going on tangible It's for me I" Mexico City and Frady's to the
another real estate invest- One of the big advantages Daytona Beach 500. I
ment," a successful local real estate offers is the
man said, "I learned a pain fact it is "inherently desirable -
Volunteers Needed lengthto
ful lesson when I tried investing ." People want to own any (
in something else." it, to show it to others,, to By Little League
"What happened," I ask thrill to its size and shape.
ed. May we discuss a good Officials of Gulf Little League '64 Chevy H Nova Sport Coop llO-h..wneeOnse)
still in
"I droped four big bills real estate Investment with are seeking help
the farm system according to
the stock he ?
In market you Player Agent C. A. (Chuck)
said sorrowfully. "$4,000 Reiter.
went up in smoke lust as ifI CHIPS JOHNSON Managers, coaches, umpiresand
I had lit match to the REALTOR i INSUROR scorekeepers are needed In sr-+ i
bills. And most of all it 304 W. Venice Ave. the program and anyone interested I
wasn't even fun, like losing Branch Real Estate Office is urged to call Reiter .,
money at Las VegllS." With KENT MOTEL it 488-6321 or report to the make

sincere tone to his voice, Phone 488-2279 Little municipal League trailer Field park south any of k r

advertisement ,I I Saturday between II a.m and 1,
II noon. .i
64 Corvalr Mona Club
Coup*(103-h.ttMotbue) ",




t a'I ----....'" 0'

I "., All Day Sunday r.'ar r
I wi '64 Corvette SUng Ray Sport Coupe(C9Wn.wheelbsw)
9 .... po
M .. APRIL Things have changed a lot since a Chevy was only a Chevy. Chevy II (and between parking meters, with fin wdI! fo* .

iOD tiII l11E5I Especially your ideas of what you want a Chevy to be. left over), but with its own special looks and room. t"n

i bdr- \ I .. Prizes Galore So now you have the Jet-smooth Chevrolet-17H feet of pure Then, too, there's the sporty 15-foot! Corvair, so! right for b n

I Over $200 In Prizes luxury, bumper to bumper.The size alone might make it a luxury many people! (you girls, in particular) that we've never touched

o car even if nothing else did.And everything else does,but the price. an inch of it-except for things like bigger rear engine for '6-&. 'atn.

1 "..., Free Refreshments Or you can choose the thrifty Chevy II, a 15J -foot family And finally, Corvette-still 14yf feet and still too much for any

ear with all kinds of passenger and luggage !space-and three true sports-car lover to say no to.

; VENICE EAST i is on the move Now under new active management, VENICE EAST kinds of engines ((4, 6 or extra-cost V8)) to choose from, The long and short of it is, you don't have to go t8 ',t t'lit

is I celebrating the introduction of besides. any length to find exactly the size and price and kind of

NEW SUBDIVISIONS NEW MODEL HOMES This year, your choice might be the new 16-foot-plus seu car you want. Just see the five different lines of cars at \
Chevelle, sized to fit nicely between Chevrolet and your Chevrolet dealer's. t

'1 Don Gordon Construction and Gulf Construction Co. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle a Chevy H Corvair Corvette I 1I

See them at your Chevrolet Showroom! (& I
I PUn now to spend Sunday, April S at VENICE EAST. Play golf absolutely free as .
r our guest. Bring your friends. No greens fees on this day. Win valuable prats.. 1h
1 Inspect new model homes now open. Talk to our representative about the new 1
plans for eipansion and progress at VENICE EAST Enjoy fr. refreshments. Come DUNCAN CHEVROLETU.S. 1
early and stay late 7

VENICE EAST Just South of Venice on U.S. 41 c..
41 and Englewuod Road Venice
Phone i 83067GE

t I A