Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00186
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 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: UF00079934:00186
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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NO. 26 16 PAGES

I DePagter Sarasota GoingTo 'Y' DAYTONA: 'TWAS REAL RIOT I! I

fn! Rev, Miles DePagter Is ,nue upon which Grace Church .' .. -:- ; ""'r /, ::: _._ --- Venice Beach Never

pastor of Grace ': .
,,jmnf ai now standsThe ;.: .
thodirt Church of Venice ef- mission's services began ; .
ne June 1 to return to in September, 1960, with paR-- .
even- ,
ICA ork as general secre- Ing devotions in a building at e I Anything Like! It I
of the 'Y' In Sarasota the airport with Mr. DePagterand
'Ir DePafl'er had been in Mr. Sanderson who since 1:

IC\ work for 14 years in In. has been transferred to another a By BOB OBENDORFThe
and other midwestn
ispcl pastorate, alternating in
then he obtained a leave 4 p.r A ( following eyewitness and pay for all damages
absence to come to Venice account of the melee InvolvIng They were charging $25 a
tune 1960 as assistant to the vacationing collegians at night for a room but you could

,.John Sanderson, pastor of Daytona Beach last Sunday pack as many in as it would

Venice-Nokomls Methodistr Is by Bob Obendorf, GONDOLIER hold.

>i i photographer, who was It rained all day Saturdayand
9 that time the Venice-Noun there on Easter vacation was quite chilly. But that 'il

church was in process i 1 irr with a group from Venice didn't faze the college set

:resting a mission in Veniceh eerv+ } High School.) They were running around
the thought of organizing swimming in the chill water
ther church which came to and shivering We three sat in
individual who
good thing the
ton when Grace Church the car most of the day.
complained] about hootenannies
i chartered. bought the
If sere tract on Field An.I r o t. on Venice Beach wasn't at 70,000 On Beach
Daytona last Sunday. He'dhave Saturday night we walked up
really flipped his lid, and and down the beach. It was

ort Beach for good reason. packed. It looked like all 70,.
It was a real riot. The Sun 000 of the kids were camping
j -
.r. day afternoon musicales at the there. Some had cars, some I

Gulf end of West Venice Ave- had trailers, but mostly they

Strip Handed 4t nue comparison.are Sunday School picnicsby (Continued on page 3)

We there about 9:30
got over :
-- 1 : 1 Saturday Tom Sal
tar To morning \
City Wynne Begins
THE REV. MILES DePAGTER admo, Jim Horton and myself.

We drove down the beach and
conducting services attendedby
pother 1,010 feet of public ran into a group of Venice
.ichfront was officially deedto 15 to 25 worshippers 16th Year At
Rapid Growth .... girls Pat Douglas. Sharon
tin this week the
city by Blake and Becky Benton
'end l government With rapid growth of the con .. Camped on Bearh

Mayor Smyth D. Brohard gregation, the mission movedto .. /. After looking around a bit, VeNoBankCHARLES
d ht learned Monday nightat the Elks Club on East Ven J : 1 the three of us pitched campon I

t the government has reid ice Avenue for its Sunday ser I . ', ... /" the beach In front of a
to the city the ad. vices. It continued to grow beyond r-rJo'
strip .. ,' ..\ swank motel. We decided to
the airport beach front- the club's 100 seating capacity .f (
111I1 j rough it in the car because
t to the north between the and moved again, this k I'illi1.! : -. .J '1 ,'.... when about motel
... .... we
urluie of the east-west run- time to the Gulf Theatre .._-_ ...._- -"- """>=' 'I au... ..__ _': ._- accommodations we found the
"and the Coast Guard The mission was charteredas WHERE THE BOYS WERE last Sunday, was here at Day to halt the blanket.tossing of co-eds into the air over their price too steep.

'u Station Grace Church on May 21, tona Beach. And so were the girls, for that matter, althoughthe loudly voiced objections. Hood of the car in the foregroundis We were informed we'd have
Maya Brohard said the an- 1961 when it had grown to 175 fair sex reportedly was outnumbered 6 to 1. This is the that of GONDOLIER photographer Bob Obendorf who took I to register for four nights or

'OTrwnt was released in (Continued on page 2) spot where the riots started when Daytona police attempted this picture along with another. which appears on page 3. more and pay in advance _
stajton by Florida' U.S.
't k
itor Spessard Holland -
:"V' city put in iu bid for ,

.In the uidtivnal it was U.S. declared Air beach. Force frontage surplus andover Hospital Work Progressesapproximately Venice East Opens ii i a "" .

Tfl to the General i ,

'lees Administration sever Progresa of the new $700,000 150 per cent. hospital pharmacy and physiotherapy I nursing office, public lounge,
nonthi ago The area form. Venice Hospital annex was described The new construction extends department. treatment and conferencerooms
was used by the USAF as right on scheduleif south 155 feet from the Also on the ground floor will will be housed on the New 60-Acre Area r
tracking site. first for the little the be doctors' elevators second floor
not a early" by present structure and west 135 a lounge, ,
;idled ulna 11 guided missiles superintendent of constructionthis feet from The Rialto to the hospitality shop, a lobby with The new addition will increase ,

here by Chance week. north.south alley which bisectsthe about double the area of the the capacity of the hospital Development of a new 60 Country Club and the Ridge
Jht and
!Nike hi altitude tracking Helping keep it on schedulewas hospital property. present one, chapel, storage to 110 beds Long.range acre section and expansion of mont Country Club there in the
'layer! Brohard probes. one of the biggest cranes First floor of the new ad- rooms for Hospital Auxiliary plans call for further expansion its construction operations and same capacity for six years -
acquired 010-foot said the new-will ever to work on a job in Venice dition will house hospital ser equipment and expanded telephone to the south boundary of administrative staff was announced The Gordon Constructionfirm B. WYNNE
ethe strip The big crane with its 150- vice areas such as central switchboard facilities. the hospital property at Sov- today by Venice East is headed by Don Gordon
an estimated 6,000
of public beach for future foot boom was brought in from storage, medical records, medical Patient care facilities for 40 rano Street and an additionalrise It said the Don Gordon Con. president, and George A. Beginning his 16th year with
riopment Orlando over the weekend to library, emergency rooms, persons, plus a fourth nurses of two more floors with an struction Co of Sarasota has Blanchard, vice-president. the Venice-Nokomis Bank is
'I. "To the best a of my place the heavy pre.stressed an expanded x-ray department station, medication rooms. ultimate capacity of 200 beds become associated with Venice Don Gordon a lifelong Sara Charles B. Wynne, vice presi-

Wge" said the city's concrete floor slabs for the East as official contractor and IOta County resident has beenin dent and cashier.

of f executive, "this is the new two-story addItion. builder and that the Gulf Con all phases of constructionsince Wynne joined the VN Bank;

*"t\ strip of public beach on Lew Stusak superintendentFor Need Continued Effort struction Co of Pensacola has 1948. He Is a member of staff as a clerk in March,
West Coast of Florida Moore Construction Co of been selected as official builder the National Assn. of HomeBuilders 1949. He became a bank officer -

Tampa, general contractorsfor and developer of the com is active in civic and when he was named assistant
the addition, said underground munity. I business affairs and Is a mem- cashier on Jan 9, 1953. a
work Is about 95 per Models Open Sunday ber of the Navy League and has served as secretary of
Block Party cent complete Stusak said this To Win Contest PrizesAs Gordon will develop the new He said construction would the board of directors since
includes the below.ground electrical 60-acre section, on which the additional his election to the board in
start 204
soon on an
work air announcement said engineering 1958
and plumbing lots in section and that
Gala the new
All Seth conditioning, heating oxygen the second vote period of from now on, they may lose Most contestants can't real. work is well under way his firm would offer home Since Jan. 9, 1959, Wynne has
and vacuum lines The GONDOLIER's $4,500 Sub out in the end. Ize that the opportunity to win and that the firm had openedtwo and lot package. been vice president and cashler .
[ are complete for what The underground phase also scription Contest got underway The present vote period Is the $;;0.00 extra prize and the model homes. The models, personnel director and
nib' to be a gala weekend Includes a seven.foot-deep tun. Tuesday with the first vote report the main stepping atone to $2,482.50 Ford or its cost is bet the Manhattan and the New Gulf Construction Co. is bank operations officer a

plains for one and all It nel which ties In the new con. it seeme',! that the extra final success for contestants ter today than when the con port, will be open for public headed by Charles B. Webb A native of Micanopy, Fla.,
ibis Block Party sponsor- struction with the present hospital $50,00 prize caused mostof who will make the most of it. test started. viewing Sunday Jr., president, and Walter K. he has lived in Sarasota County -
by the Carpet Center, Cot. facilities the contestants to slow down Contestants who have secured Few contestants will consider President Robert S. Gordonof Dean vice-president. Charles since 1935. He enrolled at
Parr, Jerry's Shoe ComfortP Important Phase instead of campaigning harderto subscriptions and votes the obstacles that cause the Venice East announced at F. Hancock is resident man the University of Florida following

Toytown, Sun Paint Inc, "You could say," said Stu win. from their friends and rela- majority of their competitorsto the same time that Frank ager in Venice East. All three his graduation from

j Greens Fuel, all located sak, "that the tunnel and the The vote reports of most of tives and do not know whereto concede defeat with the race Doherty has been appointed are active in the management Venice.Nokomis High School
the vice-president in charge of of Warrln ton Home Builders and has also taken American
200 block the underground work supplies sub- half and half
across the contestants were the smallest find any more votes or over won. Inc. Gulf Construction Co
'/I from and important phases of the contestants will think sales. Doherty was a broker was Banking Institute courses
next to
very received since the contest scriptions will start droppingout Some .
and in Rochester N formed expressly for the purpose has served in the U.S.
bui depot. mechanical equipment servingthe started. of the contest. The ones that they are too far behind to developer Wynne
*veral l of the vital needs." Y, for 30 years and was associated of developing lots and off. Air Force and the Naval Re.
hospital's catch effortto :
stores are off- Participants making the who keep on hammering toward up and make no iGundnlter
Ifj prizes as well as greatly Groundwork for the new 40- small vote reports had built up the goal will be the ultimate do it. Others will think that with the Oak Hill (Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 2))

"iced Prices There will be bed hospital addition was be. vote totals that would win with winners no matter what everybody has already given I "" -" -
"hments, candy and bal. gun in mid-February The new continued effort. Unless they positions they hold in the race subscriptions, that there are no n- ", .
"' fOr the children and en- addition will increase the floor try to get better vote reports today. more prospects for them to get i --g'. : "

"ninent area of the present hospital X- subscriptions from, and makeno ..
effort to find out Contest. ,

ants who let these or anyother .fr_ _. _00 __..., ,

ontestants Start 2nd PC riod! With Small Reports their reasons anvthmg best keep can't them hope from to doing win

The contest has reached the r
With' an extra $50.00 prize at stake end an even start, Mrs Mary Scaglione, Box 1616 Venice, 12th. crucial stage It is in this vote "'Jl.J. \
rot < the contestants in The GONDOLIER's $4,500 Sub- Mrs Marjorie Maurice, Box 357, Nokomis, 13th period that contestants start :

tlon Contest turned in their smallest Tuesday vote re- Mrs Ralph M. Adrian Box 264, Venice, 14th. finding all kinds of reasons for ; --

'arch'since starting in the race. All started even Saturday, Mrs Kenneth Norwood, Box 235 Nokomis, 15th being unable to make any ,
2 for the extra prize money Mrs Almeda Sanborn, Tarpon Center, Venice 16th further progress .
Only eight contestants reported a $30 subscription club Eugene Kralik reported free votes for 17th high. Contestants who will start ..
more credited with These contestants failed to report Tuesday but must havea .J.t .
two completed a club and six were out now and make a thorough ; ? el a'dats
"m" one to three subscriptIons on a $30 club One reported report in bv 9 p,m. Friday to remain active according to systematic campaign will find 1a

ae Votes and ten failed to report. The standings, showing the contest rules: plenty of subscriptions and
"anger in POsitions, will be published after this week'a re- Mrs James Altman, 836 Groveland, Venice votes They will win while
'Flu are In and counted Mrs Lucille C. Bates Rt 2. Nokomis their competitors give reasons
Donald S. Bredmg 933 Dawn St., Venice for being unable to accomplish
How They Reported Tuesday Mrs. J. A. Huhtower. 529 Riviera Venice anvthmg
These or com Mrs J eons McKihhen 311 E Safford, NPC, Venice .
contestants reported a $30 club or more Several in the race today entered
"* a largest Tuesday Mrs W F Pool Gulf Drive Venice t : ,y'! ::" .oa _
club and credited with the soon after the contest : gpbVe
were : ,
: .
totals Mrs. R. Martffe Powers. 817 N. Tamiaml Tr Venice. J. t' ;, .. :i. .. .
: .
in ? .. .. -
the : .. -
order named: (Tvk.: .Mcse 2) r' "" t ;
'"n. Polly Taylor, Rt 1. Albee Rd., Nokomis 1st.JJ Mrs Ruby Robinett, I.aurel. IIn page ft,, .- -- v::".. 7 ...31. ::.o;..., r : ':, -' ?i JI
,. A. C Traver. 204 Bayshore Clr, Venice, 2nd Mrs Irene Phockev 73H Cynress Venice :f ;' 'i v ;:<., Z'I 1.
3rd. Mrs Joyce Toole Box 93S: Venice WEATHERHigh I I ) ;: '
James Nokomis,
JJ" E. Blades Box 738 :;
and TODAY is here for ;t :
"JJ". Margaret Paul Municipal Trailer Park, 4th There is a small fortune at stake I "w Rain } \ .. "
to start
action This Is no time for contestants reporting one -
552 5th ---
JJ Kruse, Rt 1, Box 552 Venice, March 25 81 59
and expect to make What others .
fl. Dorothy Nokomis, 6th. or two subscriptions progress. ( photo bp But Obmdorf)
"Mrs Thompson Bx 703, do can do The only difference between the con March 26 79 69 _
Mildred Pedersen, Rt. I, Box 230 Venice. 7th 8th testants can today you is lust a matter of a few hours spent in roundIng March 27 75: 63 13 I TAMIAMI TRAILWAYS bus station at Venice a canopy newly constructed at the rear of the
MrsViola Charlotte,
Mat' Wood 342 Matara Ct., N Pt un subscriptions Half of the formula of success Is to March 28 72 62 1.97 moved yesterday mto new quarters at 235 building. The station moved to its new site
"Me. Robert L Stephens 731 Cypress VenIce 10th, work harder to achieve it when faced with obstacles and discouratement March 29 78 64 I South Tamiaml Trail, formerly the Dairy from East Tampa Avenue where it has been t i
Mary E. Kroupa. 1898 Neptune Dr, Englewood, Failure and defeat comes only through riving March 30 70 54 Mart The building has been enlarged and remodeled located for the past five years. Byron Kirby,

Plus sa contestants reported one to three subscriptions named on a in to tits urge t" "miit at the time when e"orts and determi- Mtrch 31 67 44 with modern rest room facilities Trailweys agent has Invited interested persons

'-!'._-end were credited with votes In Nokoma,11th.the order : Q&Uoo would easily overcome all opposition Raio tot Month &*"***. 310 .Added, Passengers will load and unload under to inspect tht new facility.
300111 =
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(Continued from ptae 1))
Corporate Service (Continued from page 1)) (Continued from page 1) '
was announced and made two at Farley rooming on South Harbor until she came here i ,
DR. CHARLES C. MATSON Saturday at 10 a.m. h ? '
Members of the Blue Army member In mid-August. 1961, or three excellent vote reports, serve Married In 1930 to the Funeral Home Chapel by The Drive She was a substitute teachers;

of Our Lady of Fatima of the it began construction of Its new !then let up. These still have former Marilyn R. Crowley D;. Charles C, Matson, 75, of Rev. Doni Dean Patterson, Glenn Steven, local postal the Venice schools and !turf,,

Church of the Epiphany will church and moved in on Sunday vote totals that are large the Wynne and their three Harbor Lite Mobilesites and pastor of St. Mark' Episcopal worker, discovered the body on for eight years prior to :
receive corporate communion Jan. 13 1963. It now has enough to make them real contenders children reside at IDS E. AlbaSt. Sioux Fall, S. Oak died yesterday Church. Interment will be in the sidewalk at 7:0: a.m. Mc. ing here

Saturday at the 7'30 amMan 470 memberi for top honors. But unless in Venice. at Venice Hospital Madison S. Dak.GEORGIA Inerney was presumed to have Mrs. Joelson was a ,

I Actually the church la now they start adding to their Widely known In banking circles A retired dentist he wa been dead about an hour when of Calvary Reformed 1I1mbt
using Hi 400-capaclty social totals now, they may fall so he is a member of the graduated from !the Universityof found. Cecilian Music Society
Devotions and rosary led by far behind that opportunitywill Minnesota in 1913 and E. MORGAN '"
hall for Its sanctuary and plan senior advisory committee ot prac native of Danburyand Venice Area College Club
He was a
Mrs Elmer Wolf will follow
be lost forever tired until in
his retirement
eventually to build a connect. the Sara-Mana Chapter, AmerIcan Georgia E Morgan, 71, here four months Survivors Include
Mrs. came her
the Muss The votes of most of the contestants 1955. He was born at Sherburn v",
vlth Banking
ing sanctuary a seating Nokomis died member ot Vet. band Carl R.
of Quail Court, ago. He was a Joelson
still so close that Minn later lived in Sioux ; ,
are ,
capacity of 700. one or two extra $30 clubs of Active in the communityWynne Falls and had wintered here Saturday at Venice Hospital. erans of Foreign Wars, Hat Ray; a daughter, Mrs tT,

"I've never seen a man more ia a member of Grace for native of Prince City Barracks 801. in Danburyand Sytsma of Tallahassee
subscriptions would make sensational the past eight years I She was a ;
-i} MiI beloved than Miles DePagter" changes in their positions Methodist Church, Parent- Dr. Matson was a member Edward Island, Canada and the Catholic Church. brother, Dr Edward H War.*

f. D. V Stapleton, chairman of Each $30 worth of subscriptions Teacher Men, Venice Are of Calvary Episcopal Cathedraland I later !lived in Cape Elizabeth, Survivor Include two broth enaar of Muskegon, Mich. In i I

the Official Board Grace yields 250,000 bonus Chamber of Commerce Venice El Riad Temple Shrine, : Maine, until coming here two er., Edward M. McInerney and a sister Mrs Paul Wrtini,'
Church for the Little Theater Venice Yacht Englewood
past e.1 votes this week. Sioux Tall, and waa a member years ago. Owen P McInerney Jr of Danbury

years, said In confirming Several contestants are eo Club and !the board of directors and past commander d I Mrs. Morgan wa* a memberof and five sisters Mr. Services were held Tuesdj

-- DePagter's resignation close in votes that completinga of Venice Area Activities, he Sioua Fall American No-Vel American Legion James D. Leonard of Bethel, at Calvary Reformed Ow
Inc ha Venice
& He served the
/ : & Spiritual Growth 30 club or one or two big Lion. Club a* secretary and Survivors Auxiliary and WWI Barracks Conn., Mrs. Alfred Waterfalland with the pastor The lit,
include his widow Helen
"We have had a tremendous three year $14 subscriptions and Auxiliary Misses Margaret Frank J. Shearer
treasurer U
currently second |
Genevieve; two son, Charles and Marie Mclnerney all of Otrlclltln| ,
spiritual growth in our church would improve their standings vice and Survivor Include her hus-
I during his ministry. All of ware In this contest the campaigners I ber of the president board of directors.memo F. Matson of Kansas City, Mo band Carl M. Morgan; a son, Danbury. Burial was In Gulf Pre! !y!

reluctant to see him go and !their friend can and John R. Matson of De< Warren E. Morgan of South Services and burial were mortal Park Englewood tt,'

9 .. but we realize he ha. prayedover tell at all time who I.) gaining Moines, Iowa; three daughters, Portland Maine !three daughter held in Danbury. Rawles ley Funeral Home Wa,
.. ;
\ .. .'. the matter and that it Is or losing ground in the matter HOSPITAL REPORT )
.' ..;.: .... the right move." of votes All votes Issuedto Paulson Hermitage of Term Rapid, Mrs.City.Sally S. Alexandria Va., Mrs CarleenE. local arrangements. -"_.,,'"...._,-
Both Mr DePagter and his contestants are not being ADHIMION Fuller of North Springfield,
-; '- -;--. wife have but the actual Dak and Mr fiuaeji Melnert ALLENConvalescent
become leaden
Minnie published
: ... and Mrs. Helen E. Law-
( March Mi Morton f C1\1. MbMaj. of Baltimore Md. brother, Va, EVELYN MARIE JOELSOV
popularly known in Venice in the race are being ai II....... Crow, Entkrwond.March : ; a rence of South! Portland; four

\ among all denominations. Both shown. Adelaide, Epic II,. Brl Oonneetlntti, Marehall.. Innrborf Vanloai George Minn.; a Matson slater Mr of .Triumph Dorothy, brothers, Clarence E. Mores. I Mrs. Evelyn Marie Joelson, Nursing Home and<

have been active in youth When contestants report one Pad Oondrar head of South Portland; Ray S3, of 312 S. Harbor Drive died
hW""v: Albert of Fort Worth Texas,
work. of Vmlea Patrl.k 24 Hour
two subscriptions instead Nursing
home. Senici
Idler. V.I.., Linda (b.w. Vale. Imjtk and 10 grandchildrenService mond Moreshead of Farming- Saturday at her
Here t nice number 488-1317 They have two daughters building their subscriptions in- Wrliht Hok....... will be conducted ton, N. H, and Chester Mores- I She was born in Constantine, Phone Venice 488.TO: !

for local or long-didance mov. Roquelyn (Rocki). IS. a sophomore to $30 clubs they are losing Mare ITt Man All. ......_. FM.el..d head of Portland, Maine, and Mich. and lived in that city ...lit.... PONLB. .D.*. LEON tvi
I Boll, 5.P Itith._ miletlnlai : -''" -- '''"---
ing You'll love our courteous at Venice High School, ground. When they complete sortl Chde 0. Behar v..t... gams Joseph E. Moreshead of Portsmouth r -=::

service moderate rates. Why and Dawn, 12, who attends Venice clubs and get extra clubs they I. Erma" v...... AIboPt O. K..h VENICE EAST N. H.: and a sister
Junior High. are gaining and will be the V..IM, Hanoi Tmaa. Nnkom" Ado,.
not phone TODAY? Manic. 5ramt.t Asa' H. 1:_ Vin (Continued from page 1) Mrs. Ella Stewart of Gray, 910rne
Mr. DePagter's' parents, Mr leader in a short time. Herman 30,4.,. Lo...... Maine. gaJl f gUtleha

THINK OF and Mrs John DePsgter live All contestants in the race March Mi B...... R. ThWklta. 00.... Bring homes for sale in Venice in Port.
Service were held
in Nokorms today are on equal terms ido.March
Their ambition leads the Ml Oary Fontaln "....... Bar.Mhy Planned Community land 265 Nokomis Ave. Venice
More than half of the occupations The ones who make a determined nilewoodi Roberta Wear, Nokomltt Ftnneraa.JIM O Bnrlo.woodi lap, ., 'W. have a planned com'munity Rawle Funeral Home was In

which Jmeof atom. Vmloai. Lmn War here at Venice East charge of arrangements
in last year" effort to win, will win.
: ren. North Pert Cb.......! Gary ....,,11I. laid Doherty
second to
college graduates were em The ones who let idle rumors Venice i Marfaret Lrlber Nokomlai Of none, tsfrnj ESJEspfi

v ployed did not exist when these or talk of what others have use _kh_ LaoreU who head up the subdivision's McINERNEY
l! March 10'1_. Mltohell.. Kntlewooli: management. "The potential. DANIEL J.
young people were born according done or expect to do keep them Barbara La rer. Venice Porraat Wrlrtt

to the National Aeronautics from making greater effort Nokomle, Flomto ,. Nhomb of Venice East and the area Daniel Joseph McInerney, 60, 24 Hour Ambulance! Service Phone 488.2291A

and Space Administra will defeat themselves 0.Venice,t.,Mlllird Enrlrwoodl I Alma HilL are almost beyond comprehen- of Tribby Apts., Miami Ave.
McOarry. gna.w.d.
tion. Right today the contestant! March Sit Ernest Coos. Venice, y.h. .lon. and Harbor Drive, died of an PERSON WHO IS IN CHRIST
hard / .. 0........ Nokomki t David Coaatt. "The facilities offered and
who buckle down to
ofN will N..!., Mellnda Reid Napld' L... ..s5.mr the recreational advantages apparent heart attack Monday (Rom. 8)According)
campaigning and make a spec. Venice! Edward rVottl 11...a ab..
VENICE MOVIE LOG lal effort to get $30 clubs of WlMary, ) Ray. NokomUjt, Own W. are unparalleled for those
VI' .' *'"" .Oaravalla, Nobsmil wanting to live in an unexcelled fo Paul! this person Is a Christian. Reward yourself
subscriptions Just enough All.
GULF THEATRE TROPICAL to make a report can be the PollV..I..PenblIn.. (4ba.5. Dooo.1d climate. Golf Is 1 Important Swim with careful study of the ways Paul uses this phrsw

leaders in a short time. It can I.UAaanIf..h to both young and old and Venice InS 7o It Is full of meaning. Everyone Is subject to all liidi ol

Frldar utt Sarnrdar"CATTLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE be done not by contestants East offer a fine 18-hole environment. Paul says that Christ constitutes Our environment ,

K1KC"' who say it can't but by the Cant. Arthur.tit Martin NnII..ta. AINe Mlldod. )tb..bi c... par M course giving the comnunity WaterAT and the Christian subject to the Influence of dim).

C50 Frld.r and Retarda. ones who know that anything *.". w.......... Mldki. Leto "_ a country club atmosphere One ef the means by which this Influence i Is exerted is tf.
"FOLLOW TRAT Da5AM St-iXr161" Vlr.i.'. II..L" V..... and yet permitting an informal -
Retort Y.1. ud Jean f.alfl.ld/ .d can be accomplished with consistent .. Kirby. Tenlaei' ArmrHa Koenkt, of life." church, the body of Christ. W* need the Church, rki

THE EXPLOSIVE CKNERATIONT" persistent effort. H.Port.,a.8lIonhort....... Dan Vnlees Oprhlv IfI"Ve>.e7, way Warm Mineral Church needs us.

WI.I. Entloeed
WITH TUB!: PROPER II.... and Mad. Leqal Mneh N' 11.... adleod, Po.-I I BIRTHS Our Services Are Available To All Regardless

STRASGIR- 'THg YIPS'Notate 11I._ Cow. Snc_, '.....,. Springs
i NOTICE or pRorermNG FOR N.dln.. E gleeedI D.1hoot ""-- RTCHARDSOH. Mr. and Yea /_. of Financial CircvmionceiLicenced
With I mllea Nerth en S. Wood. and et... r.e per ..U' ON TUB!: PI AT OF THE: C'oro! Gsreaa, lJo.,_.... 111I..... .horn Mareh S7, III* a>... 12 Miles South of Venice Indiana and FloridaNEED
H.enlm. Val,.. JI._ La,... STACKROUKE.: .... and Mr.. Joan.
.. ......, Dwa... 8toekh,. bore On US 41
UIIDIVI IOII. PLAT BOOR v.l oI. U.', May..... Vab. J..b eon I I
I8. PAGJIII H.U" IlInt' IVP:. ANn! 110....... Venice.March lI.reII I*. Hill p... __

DRIVE ."<*.. Mo.I g wAnl' ....*, 5uh
Hear The TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN v.Int Nokomli Alcnndcr B.I........
You vlll ,,1oooo take notlee' that the Shlrlry/ _. Venice.
Cltr CommlMlon of th. Cite of North V..bl...,. b.I.....ir WIHIaa via!
Port Chertotta Florida. upon petition of Mnder, Enilewood. WE
,,. COM MINUETAmerica's .uall'M tend a.ncr will at 10,On A.M II.....*. 55, WIIl5- Adrtea. V.Y.. MORETHE
of AD
clock MI the tub dar April Illllan
BVon" .
OfflM North. (sect Dot. .'" .
1M.t the MtinltlMl I. Nekomb. Pitt... McCMhren. .
Port Ch.rlr.tt. Florida milder .d d.-
Most Desirable W. F. M.UIIrott. Oiprrri
Organ ermine whether the Clt will emu a Phlller. WI.lfrod
portion ol W M North Hlirhwar Dan, Mlamlt Ian Po.ro,. V.......
Petrl.k .
P.HV Venloi Linda
MUSIC\ CENTER more THAT nartlrnlerl PORTION,* dmrlhed OF wIT" Ml NORTH llrwood. Elms Bhlvalp. )/__Shaw... (a-

Hlf-HWAY DRIVE: BOUNDEn ON. M.rch ". 01. .......
rice WF8T BY 0:4r.P'Rl7'R": ,, Nnko.i..i Jnho' <01r< y. Enelmloodl
Avis! Otf THE FAST: BY NORTH Prod Rank. Nnkanh. Son.. Jae.e,
250 South Gate Plan Sarasota BISCAYNB DRIVE Le..I Itll..hoolo 5.115' Ilao, ..I holt
and u po,A thmwd t. ea.lde .d ... W""h"N_...
Recital Friday at Venice-Nokomis Bank .rrmltit whether or not the CUe Hell. Mach 10.0'Awv.. V.i.t Yon
rill .ha....,.. dlarontlnu. and ..... and I Rai. V/at, L..k 8a.a '''._. r
I tunh.rmsr to ".011'". sad dhA.m"e 11I.7 RI.h...... r.w_ : II...,. Amt
rlirht af the City mid tlM nubile M SokSi'S', Boeo Ort.t.,, II.... Tear. +Rwp
or land or lnter.it therein
M...h 111, Abbl./ -... V. .. .
All pereona Into-Mtod tae appear and l y-'
Venice M; hard at the time, and pies shore ....,.., v....., Harrr Coo,.. y
Area Church Lawson .,. t
Directory fmtoe t. '._ l
twiridCITY COMVI!!IOM OF THE: I Cary ront.ln, Veiml r Itarothr """ ".. ,. e't
CITY f>' NORTH PORT Noko",., Care" smith.. v...... P

Venlo. Br War at Mrrtie' Avena.Re Pooono T'L eaat ol Rt dlNokomla AtleMlHann: ,
I *. Victor .u riea Paetorinday Fla.Paitor. .
': School 10:00;' a.a.Mornlni ueorie I. Ganta. ublkhl:'I" Clank, April I ... I. 1M4.NO t
Worship, thou a.m.Eranlni Fenloeei. ..u .. I.SO .. 10"4S.F II r..t tm kmura teM5tCelli LOWER WEST COASTS LARGEST INVENTORY of
So...... 7:00: p m.Vkedneadar rarer ...._. T:It Tueadar mnlaiNORTH 'TICK OF CAlL
Pee 140.11. S 00
SeeM& hide' will be recel I.ed *r tile HUGH
VENICg!:-NOKOMIB METHODIST PORT CBARLOTT loard I of PuMI. Inetruellnn of .....- _
U1URCH: CBUaCHIS.ota County, Florida .. the offlo. ofBuperlnundent 1McPHERSON We Are Also "Loaded" with Almost 100 BRAND NEW
Palm A.,.. 4 Pulneatlla. 4SI-S9S1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I h. of Publle limtruettoa P59-139 L9591fSPECIALS
John Louts Jone, P....... Commanltr Centernr ,of laid Countr I I. tho School Admlnfe.atlon .
Wonhip, ...._I S.10 ..... and. 11 Tor..... J. 1'_..... MI., _. t : Billdln.:: / I4H Helton fttiwt.araaoU. I_ '64 MODELS. Visit us TODAY During Our Gigantic
..... Bandar lllOO a... Wonhip feentoa.Children Flld..nul PSO onuadar
Ctiureh School ti4S am.Methodlrt 'a CI... hall llmulUannawith April II, 1H<. at wlilrh time
Youth F.,,..ai,, S:Si p.n.EMMANUEL Adult Mrlr& :.11 I bid. will be Buhllrhr. opened !I. "'..
.. ..
e a.e eetlni room of laid Board fir '
n0 all Ybn.nd..t.n.le. and performI -
LUTHERAN: : CHURCH TRINITY I: all work and Incidental to
(UO S. Tamlaml Trail /dtd91. h. _,,","IoD of .. addition to N.I. .-
Pear, The Re* Chula L Bow. Center ... ... Nokomle. Pin
A..CoA S"
:: !' .10 Elementary "
Church Schooli till: anvV.onhin Soldner, MinletorKundar .
... accordnea
be done I In
.._ : all ...... and 10:10 ..... ti4S ...... Wonhip Bsrrlc ,. All with work drawing., and epeelfleallonjrepared .
see. I. hr the Bulldlni Archlteet Mr.
LAKESIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH EPISCOPAL MISSION I rank Fotom Smith U01 Mala Street.raaou .,.'
ml. South on U.S. 41 1 Florida. a
Th. R: Melvm K Merer. 4.I400IWonhip At Soout Roue.Pater Each RId amt ha _...1001 Vr abd
i Benlcea, 10.SO a.m.Biudar MooI..... v..... bond, eanlflod cheek. or e.hkr's QIRfa
School. I'IS am.Blhla Bandar COO. ...... Wonhip ....- h..11, In an amount. not leu th. fleer to a
Claeiea' eta, .-. e )* ,Met of u.. tnul amount of the bid .- :
HRtT BAPTIST CHURCH u a naranteo that the bidder will. If '
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST. N. Pburne Bld.Th. warded. the oontraet enter Into writen .-
.. ... rated with .aid Board aatlefae.rr
SCIENTIST Re Ch. E. CMhbertaao.M'nlaUr .. SpaCe
In form to old Board aonutnlnfnalty <
anew.l Venloa Atanoe and wan rat. elauaoi t* re>
s..... e 4S Santee Shod
Venle.Sundar a.m ,
.aired Florida bw. and ranulrin
..... 11.010.._ Wnhlp _.. ... '
Sentcoa. 11 _,,''''10. sod pabUe H.
Bnndar Behool 11 a.atVVedneadar Iln ,.... Y..... p- hilly Imueta .d ........1 od .....
I P m.Readlni tar. ...D........ be ..Id Boanl. I I. e.ard. Maker
Room I 10. .... to I p.... dallr '11I0' a. Gpl, .....,.. .noe .Ith the ....... hid aid ftvlerfui a
teept Sunday and helid,. and Frtdaf Wd..d.t y,00 pa, MloJ.k 1'.., ..... and ........, bond aatli.artorr a
_Inn (mm 1 to S. hro1oo. r. t. aald Board In the full amountf
the aontraet prlee within tea dap.fter 0There's
UK meetlni of old Bad .. ..kkhold
strut la ......... If a Bid Bond
Corner of Field and Dn> South ...,... Y to he live, It la ntnaitrd that aald
Re*. Mllea DePaiur.Wenhip I.., Eaat of Junction 41 and tilC. "lord first be ,h.lttodr apprevaj to 1964 Buick
a.v,... S.SO ..... ... And..... MlnlatarPhonal Han P. Trawlrk, Jr. Specials
Itandar Bcbool. 1:15: a.m.Wonhip 4M.S007Dundar anaew. Florida. J.8'eaMSubetrtaitea
....I... lllOO ..... Shell t PO a.ntMornlnt .
HYP. SiOO. tm.Bible Wonhip. lab: .... win b.* eonildore4 Vrrohluet 1964 Chevrolets Not ENOUGH ROOM on This ENTIRE PAGE To
; away ,>1> ,..... Wadneedar. Youth .._ S,M ...aE.,1. : ap to and tMlvdlnf April

I\ I W..........Berrle, Prar tidO Ye./r....... tlM Far u._I",..to. ....ladJ.. a..pIMS. des.I 1964 Fords LIST OUR INVENTORY So Visit Us TODAY And Let

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1 Korth CHURCH Harbor Drt.:and Baraaota Straat CALVARY REFORMED CHUROI 4 tin at Street the affloe, s._of aald Florida architect, or at 1101 th.Ne 1964 Pontiacs Our TEN Courteous, Experienced SALESMEN Help You

Telephone! 4M21I1, OF VENICE GARDEN ,. .. of Mid Superintendent of PMblleinfraction.
Rt ... M.... Goo... W. Cunmtoia 1101 North Banra* Orhre 0.. lOt at th. ..,n. mar haibtalned In the Selection of the
P.... The Re.. Franh J. Shearer, Paetor ,, br n aontraetor ..... a d.... 1964 Tempests RIGHT Car!
Sundar Yes iWlnta. geheduhil ,. .. Brhoolt 1:41 a.m.Mornlni ,.if |>S 00 (check.. to he mao. parnbU to
visa tea t.00.... 10:10 ..... Wonhlpt U tOO a.aLCommunftr r. Frank Folaom Smith 1S01 Main (Some with Air)
Conreailonai Inturdar. 4,:IO to /:SOpm. Hrmnelnft, 1:'0 pat Itreet. Saraaola, Florida. ) Thla depo.ll
and tiSO to S.SO pa.VCNICENOKOMIB rill b. refunded upon the return ., thekMtimonti
I. net seer aoadltloa. to SAVE DOLLARS!
!: PRESBYTERIAN aid architect' provided aiwh eontrnntor
: CHURCH OP ENGLEWOOD 'h.. aubmltted. a hona fid. hid to midyard
I Mlnletert lowly Rb ..*. ...... Geori. W. CammPaaur .... Additional aete at doramenu mar. SAVE DOLLARS! Remember need
,i rr a :.. MS The: "R.AV\ I ho obtained from mid.blue/ .. ant we want and appreciate your
t Telephone, 41121Sunday ...., Mam SiOO vHolrdar aet by th. architect.
School I earn am.Wonhip Maia 1,00 mm.Contaikm. Na bidder mar withdraw hb hid for ESTIL'SNew business and GUARANTEE SATISFACTION! "On
\I' BerieM Bundnri ISO: a.m, B. ,Ii .._ G.da.e.- Said Board reeerrea tha rteht to reed
: Halll II
i :. Ian Fellow.hip. CONGREOATIONAL-CHBIITIAJ rat*,one anr and and.11 all hi......rented... I.and retard M & Used Cars i" the Spot" BANK RATE financing-Nothing down

BADT Th. Re B. Robert CkahM: Ph-D INSTRUCTION OF CARAtOTA 215 S. Tr.ittH. trading equity-Visit us for the
Rlrlere at SormwTh. .
\ :, :: .... Donuj Oean ,....roo.. Rector helai MlnliurSarrleal held braporarllr to theVenloe By cOUNTY Herbert FLORIDA p. Field,,Chairman 488.6S4I WELCOME IN ALL SUNSHINELAND.
:..: gundar, 8 errietiSO Oardm Baareatlaai Ceoue at 11 uhllaht April I. 1M4.
a-m. Horr CurnmunlmiO ..aad.n
.f .-... Famllr. Womhlp MomlnlPrarer Church _L nrith. alaeaea tor aP
Bermoa] aaorpl the' adult ela4I ash '
PIG rn.... Adult Bible had and :: Reereatlon Can>.r. Ad.lt elaM, Si4Sam.
Church School at home. ,1 f.pt. aad Mra. Rarmond -
r 11100 .-... Mornlni Pram Md H Knliht. SOI Shamroeh Bird.Venle. NOTICE
....... Cantona.We .


I'i: Richard .. Lloyd PaatorSundar nil 1. Tamlanl Trail Bill Phillips Ford
Contractors & BuildersJohn
School SMS am.Wonhip The Re B P Rlehardeoai, Paetorfcnndae CompanySo.
''I tvrrioa 1HO a.m.Tralnlnl e. ml. ItIO. am.Bundar .
I it; U... ... I.SO p.... ..., ". B-r.l.e, 1:19 P.m.Prarer .
., .. 55S .... ,. ,
F. Berylce. a and Brele' bud TdFar.
I .. a. Pra_ M....... tiSD n.m Wedne..lar HaviUnd, former truss builder *t VenIce Lumber Co.

I Wonhip ....... 11:SI a.m.Snndar .
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Is now owner & operator of VENICE TRUSS CO. on N. Tamiaml Trail Phone 488-6787

i Mwonle paw Tempt.Th. Re Faet O.VIe M. ran A_.. B.ffln Dr Old. ICn.lewood: Rd.Re Seaboard Av*. Quality Truss** *f competitive", price. liThe/ Most Afordable Fords In

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DAY' APRIL 2, 19&4


I Payrona--The W PPPnrTkrc4 Wnc Donald Clapp Resigns

(Continued from pate 1)

sleeping in the open with
nothing ware between them and thwet G'C City Prosecutor PostThe
and but a soggy blanket I
Others were stretched out undernesth C ,
You couldn't walk without Y..,. J A resignation of City Pro.. 41. I knock the heck out of our op.
iteppin on beer cans. Most w i y'Yn ecutor Donald F Clapp "for It was suggested that council portunity to get a future perm
everybody was swigging at a K :' th personal and family!] reasons' ask the county to make a I anent attraction."
can of beer. d probably will be accepted by formal request and perhaps Councilman Dr. John R Ho-
Bongo drums throbbed up the City Council at its next meet with the city to outline gun reported on a complaintthat
and down the beach. Guitar meeting on April 13Clapp their specific needs trash cans at the Venice
pickers added to the dm. This 's letter of resignationwas Council members generally city beach are being used, apparently .
went on until 4 a.m when 1 g ya, a FwNtt wy read at Tuesday after.noon's indicated opposition to cutting/ by residents outsidethe
\things began to quiet down B Informal council meeting into the 15 acres under lease to city, to dispose of their
| it was quiet. nil city prosecutor saidit the circus "If they want 75 feet garbage Council will invest!
The beach began to come to has become necessary for off the Ringling property," declared gate the possibility of provide
life again at 8 a.m. Sunday 1 1't* w him and his family to return Mayor Brohard "It will ing a shelter for the cans.
Breakfast for most of the a ? north to upstate New York In -
f$ dESfrp&e&xi( June
>t ach bums' consisted of g H
1 Clapp indicated his .
mother can of beer. willingness
By the middle of the mornIng *fei 3M&S&thfNn to continue serving as REALTYWEWS ,
the sun was out bright and prosecutor for city court canesthrough
everybody got Into swim suits, May ,
Impromptu dances broke outt'tl'1l'here City prosecutor" a p rt.time
hmboing they lob filled by appointment of
tilled It. Some of the exhibit- dtf council
City Planning Director PaulA
ions were considerably less .
than decent. Toungberg reported to council the tube"-lost forever and
that the
About 2 p,m. they started the w lr,., v N.,. 4 buy GYM interest' In county acquiring Is "showing addition. not deductible! At this! time
blanket throwing They would t al right of way on airport prop. --- of year we all become con
toes a coed Into the air and. erty for the south bridge over scious of the staggering cost
her on a blanket. Sometimes
catch the proposed inland waterway.Youngberg of our Federal Government
they'd miss. After a +. A, ; said the county by CHIPS JOHNSON Our income tai return prove
of throws
couple girls i .. y n apparently wants a strip of air. and for all where the
would be heaved into the 'rt.avl, i Nr, tv "Every time I have to fill once
port property under lease to from.
really comet
ocean out income tax return,; money
the Ringlmg circus BO that the my
Trouble Starts Naturally, any of us are a
bridge a friend said, "I'm I thankfulwe
can be made to crossth
And that s where the trouble BREATHE a sigh' of relief that it I <> canal at right angles to It. bought a home" "In pleated with any legitimate
wCmN doe".t< have
began Some of the girls being great crush of humanity that invaded the East Coast com- tat deduction the rules allow
at Easter, or any other tim. Shown In He estimated that a strip fact, he added, "I'm I jail|
towed didn't Ret Into the act photo by The i n'. Bob this munlty of Daytona Beach over the Easter holiday Oben- approximately 75 feet wide returning from seeing my Including those from
choice they were picked are only a few dorf car and that of another Venice group are the two ve- I e home
by hundred I of the thousands of cars and a small aegonent of the hides parked in the would be needed, west of the accountant It's lure nice to owning
it random. At one spot a crowdof 16_ foreground'_ present right of way for US have the extra deductions A more favorable income
about S,000 gathered aroundthe 10 the cops ana some threw' The n |
motorcycle police tried .
went from
the bolstereua that from home
throwers sand into the of come ownership tax portion ts lust one of
blanket blocking! eyes the law. to herd the crowd away fromthe crowd. ." |
automobile traffic on the men. beach, popping their motors the many benefit of home <
beach There were five paddy wag and yelling A bamal Finally! I an officer with a bat My friend, of courts, ownenhip Why not top by
Traffic was backed for one, actually big prison trucks, tery-operated bull horn warned -
up charge on Okinawa couldn"have was referring to the income
and when They were quickly the beach would have to be and let ut explain ALL the
miles the police triedto loaded and been much noisier. tax deduction which home
break It up one of the blue those who defied the police One of the officers Hipped his cleared in 10 minutes or every.; I ownership males possible benefits that come from
coati was blanket thrown, then were hauled away, motorcycle end a tremendous body would be arrested. I I Interest paid on a home owning the right home
dumped into the ocean. Our group, which had playedthe
loan deductible real
i. ,
With that, the part of spectators, got Into
squad raced up,motorcycleriot sirens going I South County Cancer Drive our car and left. It was our a tp tis estate faxes paid on a homeare CHIPS JOHNSON
also deductible On the
and the riders backfiring first Easter weekend trip to a REALTOR & INSUROR I
Daytona other hand, there !I. NO 1
their enginesKds i 306 W. Venice Ave
from other parts of the Starts; Volunteers NeededThe I All I can say is that Venice,I place on an income tai formto Real Estate Office
beach" raced up W ae. soh a t Is fortunate that it doesn't have deduct the rent you pay Branch
MI going on By tht time; annual South County Also Mrs Margaret Zoch, that sort of thing happen here I for homing KENT MOTEL j
things had gotten out of hand Cancer Crusade under the vet Cornwell on the Gulf; Mrs, t a It i i. lust "money down phone 488.227? !
and the paddy wagons were eran chairmanship of Mrs. Burnam Jones. Venice; Mrs. fee Yr ague I., wr nw e.woe. also
called. Charles McG. Roberts of No- Madeliene Porter, Venice : advert temcnt !
Some of the kids talked becky komls ,underway Wednesday Mrs Gilbert Andrews, Mrs; EHOMETOWNCLAIM _ _ ____ -

The South County 1964 Bernard Freedman, Mrs, t .......... .
E"'w'.ia'A_"'A'Y'.+"fe(601diaarf( .1 _. /-- Y4.IaiL.ryWeR a P.rIBI..OCK ly'N
goal is $7.500. George Payne and Mrs Charles .

Mrs Roberts, chairman for PUs, Venice and Mrs JohnS. 'TJTW1., .:;, ; HUGH
the 17th consecutive year, saida Wilkinson, Mrs, Frank Rae McPHERSON
0 few volunteers still are bum and Mrs A. E (Dick) P59-142 488. 567
needed In the Nokomis area Rich Higelvllle
and an additional worker for I PARTY !
the business section of the
south Tamlaml Trail in VenIce YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn :
from the Gondolier Motelto
the Englewood Road turn. Auto Insurance

Additional workers in the FOR KIDDIES BARGAINS FOR YOU!
On* handle does South County drive for funds
week of two were announced by Mrs. Roberts '
I They include Mrs. Harvey V YIYRI'g W
7 & 8
Uims and Mrs. J. Elwood AGENCY I,

Babe's Plumbing Co. Icing Muse, and Venice Mrs.; Creighton Mrs Maurice Hat. ]if 116 W. Venice! Avenue

488.2402 488-5282 ten, Field Avenue, Venice; a Toupnon' 4B8-aa89 "
Mrs. M. B. Pascal, Nokomii "
Avenue to the Rialto; Mrs
P. 0. Ball 454. Nokomis William Phillips, Gulf Manor.

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I Pooch Population Gets Lessons In Manners Circle Grace :Methodist Meetings I Will Chamber Close Orchestra This Weekend Season I

With Two Sarasota ConcertsFirst

From Great Dane Breeder And Owner Announced Today

The Woman Society of the program joint sponsorship presented under of- ceeds scholarship will go funds.to the two group

Christian Service of Grace Florida West Coast Symphony Wilson is both a clarinetist
Methodist Church has sched- and band conductor
and New College and is a
Marge Palmer Has Trained uled circle meetings for April since Orchestra their recent affiliationwill member of the Yale University
7, 14 and 15. be benefit performance School of Music. He is an expert .
Miriam Circle will meet featuring clarinetist Keith Wilson on wood-wind instrument

I More Than 100 1 Pets OwnersTo Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the homeof on Sunday. He was on the faculty of Unl
Mrs Henry Lake. 213 Fie This will be one of the two versity of Illinois, where hi
sole, and with Mrs Harley weekend concerts which will obtained his bachelor and master .
Live Shaffer as co-hostess Devotions I close the season for the Asolo degrees in music, prior to
Happily TogetherA will be conducted by Miss Chamber Orchestra, composedof joining the Yale faculty ;IB
Naomi Dewey and the programwill members of the Symphony 1946. At Yale he developed the
vivacious blonde, interested Nor she added, do the be in charge of Mrs Lois The Saturday concert, also school Marching Band, which
' in the behavior of the dog breeds present a major prob Dewey featuring Wilson, will be at in addition to school appear
population, is doing her bit in lem because all dogs can be Lois Circle will meet Tues- 8:45: p.m. in the music room ances has presented concerts
the Venice area to educate the taught to respond to commands day at 8 p.m. at the home of of the former Rmgling mansion in New England, New York
dogs and their owners, at the if the owner is firm and lets Mrs. J. Wesley Moore, 916 Nokomis It is being presented by and New Jersey and has made
p tame time. the dog know he is the master Avenue, South Devotions the Symphony Women's Assn? several European tours under
She is Marge Palmer, owner The simple act of holding of and program will be In a support organization of the Wilson's direction
of Paldane Kennels and wife the lease communicates to the charge of Mrs Albert L Neff. Symphony Orchestra. He is first clarinetist and .
of veterinarian, C. S. Palmer dog the competence and ron Naomi Circle will meet April The Sunday concert will be at.siatant
DVM, whose animal hospitalis trol of the person, she said 17, at 9:30: a.m. at the homeof at 4 p.m. In Asolo Theatre and conductor of the New
at U.S. 41 and EnglewoodRoad sixth Session MondayHer Mrs Austin Plnkstaff, Hill. will be an invitational event Haven (Conn.) Symphony Orchestra

current class of eight view Road, Venice Gardens limited to 150 persons Pro- .
As child in Minnesota, 'was in its sixth session Mon "
a 1r y J Devotions and program will be -
:Marge never had dog of her day night and although the Colt
a In charge of Miss Blanche
own but became fascinated I dogs were frisky (the fact that rr Ancient Beauty Secret Rediscovered
the photographer was there to Rebecca Circle will meet
Great Danes When Dr.
'. with Palmer was completing his make their picture excited r April 14 at 10 a.m. at the homeof I Is 1i

medical school training there them, she said) they and their + Mrs. Eugene Jackman 1644
,a. Drive, Venice Gar-
exhibited remarkable Juniper
was scant money for a dog but owners .
results in the training they dens, with Mrs Harry Williams
he did buy one for her and
he ate, whether we did or have had so far. There will as co-hostess Devotionsand
l'Iot" Marge said be a graduation ceremonyon yr I It ,n program will be in charge
When the dog, Krls, was May 3 with a trophy goingto ig of Mrs Fred Gibbs.
several months old he becametoo the top handler at that time Grace Circle will meet April
much for her to handle "It is so much fun watch ) { 14 at 1:30: p.m. at the homeof
and she took him to obedience ing the owners come in with Mrs. R. E. Baumberger, 62
classes. Here began her work i their dogs leading them and Park Street Municipal Trailer
(and beat-loved hobby) obedience 10 weeks later watching them Park Devotions and program
training, for shortly after go out as trained well-behaved will be in charge of Mrs Law
they came to Florida eight animals that I would do rence Hemmingway,
years ago she began working this, just for fin," she said. Esther Circle will meet
with the late Dorothy Clark Her class prices comes as a
April 14. at 2 p m. at the homeof
well-known trainer in this area surprise to most inquirersthe Mrs. Carl M. Bair. 517 Beatrice .
She was a member of the series of 10 lessons costs Street. Devotions and program
Sarasota obedience club in $15. will be in charge of Mrs.
1956.57 and opened her classes Ready For Shows James Buckets
here three years ago For those Interented In
Has Trained 100 Here shows, at the end of these r I I Marv Martha Circle will
I' Since that time she has novice lessons a dog is capableof meet Aoril 15, at 1 p.m. at the
trained well over 100 dogs in entering the CD (Companion home of Mrs. Sherwin Forbus,
her obedience classes (she Don) shows. When he has 49 Tarpon Road, South Venice
holds about three a year) and made 170 (out of a possible Devotions and program will be
many more in private lessons 200)) noints in three chews he In charge of Mrs. Robert Gamble .

"Most persons believe that can then enter the CDX (Com t.-
owners enter their dogs in panlon Dog Excellent) shows' Gondolier photo br Bob Obradurfl" ,
order to show them, but this and then with further trainingcan DOG LOVER, BREEDER AND TRAINER ter them in the first point show on the Flor. A totally different kind of make-up a delicate
is not the case," she said. "By compete in the Utility Marge Palmer who conducts obedience Ida circuit which will be held in May Many Methodist Club sheer foundation and powder all In one. BEAUTY MATTE
far the largest majority simply Shows These include additional classes for pets and their owners in the area, actually conditions your skin while you wear it. Won't
have from her ken.
want to be able to handle their commands such as retrieving is shown with two .of her Great DanesDancer big! show winners come cake nor dry.
dogs in such a way they will I and jumping i, left, and Pruhcer, right. which she nel, paldane. The two above, to give their Will See Film
obey commands and if the dog I Many who enter dogs In will show Sunday in a match show in Fort full AKC registered names, are Dandy Dan
is large, it can" become almosta American Kennel l Club I shows; I Pierre She is grooming the two eiijht: -month. cer of Paldane and Proud Prancer of Pal I I At Supper Meet $200
necessity for conformatbn br ?d exr old litter mote for eonformit: nil will *." dane h. -ll-
She should know becauseshe ,
plus In h b'ye
it Herbert Kanouse of Sarasota
has five Great Danes
colored films of the
will show
her own, three of which live at
as the Palmer hone at 814 Riv Holy Land, which he made ona *
Sera, along with her miniature recent trip around the world,
pinscher, Blitzen miniature at the supper meeting of Grace i! {xMa01. or N,W I LIPS ro* tKIN
poodle, two month-old Lollipop, ,Methodist Men's Club Monday
and the two Palmer youngsters I.at S:30 p m. at the church hall. DICK & MEADOWS
Eddie, 13 and Susanne The supper wUl be served by
11. The Great Danes are Don. Women Society of Christian
ner, Dancer and Prancer Service Reservations should PHARMACY
"They all behave well-both be made by calling the church
children and dogs but I'm office by Saturday noon. Costis 231 W, VENICE AVE. PH. 488-6776

afraid I'm going to have to get $1 VENICE MEDICAL CENTER PH. 4883985SUNDAY
:rid of some of the dog or All men are welcome L

else "Doc" is going to get rid .. _.,
na ... .. ... <1'.L:
of me, she said.
Her other two Danes. a
brood matron, Vixen and a
male, Dasher which she is
grooming to show are at thE
kennels. She is also traininr

two of the ones at home tor'I '.. !
shows this summer
As for the obedience training (GniM..II.I r photo bj lib. Obenrttrr" I
she said that as a rule AT THE SIXTH SESSION of a 10.week novice obedience! Pookle: Miss Donna Stevenson and her poodle, Prince; Mrs. I
when an owner acquires a course taught by Marge Palmer, trainer and breeder owners Henry Martin and her English bull, Tuffie; Doug Burrowsand
r puppy it Is "so adorable" it had their pets well enough under control that a "sit" command his shepard, El Toro; Mrs. William West and her poodle,
can do no wrong but by the got all the animals under control, even with the photographer Missy; Mrs Bernie Fader and her poodle, Jock: Bob Mar.
time it is eight months old it snapping their picture Mrs. Palmer Is on the right. chant and his mixed breed, Penny, and Miss Melinda Moon I FROM 1 TO 5 P. M.
has become quite a problem Owners and their pets are: Joe King and his red._setter and her Boston terrier. ,.Debbie
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if it is of the -
particularly one lence) also show them In the
larger breeds I obedience competitions, she I '
Owners Seek Help said All must be thoroughbreds I You are cordially
This is when the frustratedowners
i but Mrs Palmer I is as
usually" get m touch interested In training mutts in I .A !4 Invited to anOPEN
witi me, she said her classes she is the
as -
The clashes are conducted In purebreds I fk .+ '!
a 10.session weekly series and w' t
I "A is
pet a pet, mutt or no
during that time the dogs are I t
is 3'r
and there no reason why he
trained to heel, sit (lie) down
his shouldn
and owner learn i I
stay come, stand and free- MI
to work and live together happily ,+
heel (without lease.) Also the ." she said.
owners are taught how to control studied
Mrs. Palmer has
their! individual animalsall under Mrs Clark and Blanch HOUSE
of which have different pE'r.sonallties Saunders whom she consider ,
and respond differ the best trainer in the country
entlv to the owners. who conducted classes in St
"For example, some dog. Petersburg last summer ,? HOW SAFE IStii'i
can accept praise with equan-
Imity while others iust "collapse at SCHAFFNER'S
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I She explained that also con placed a bouquet of red '.
trary to popular betief} males carnations in Venice Hospital VENICE STORE
I N! are no harder to handle than lobby Monday in honor of local
I .
I females although TJ a /croup doc ton
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DOROTHY GAYNOR Local NSHI) Chapter Hosts

!(Jottingi Women's Editor

r items to 488-5801 I I Sponsoring Manatee Chapter I

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Her la one to prove that don B. Davis, and son, Skip

everything depends on how you per, of Fort Myers, With Reception On TuesdayVenice
look at Its: One family four -0-

some visiting here, since Palm Easter guests at the home of -

Sunday, thinks our weather la Mr. and Mrs. George E. Batesof Area Chapter of Nat-
delightful. Could be because Driftwood Road were her ional Secretaries Association
E they are from Madison, Wis. niece and husband, Mr. and
(International) will hold a reception -
The visitors are Mr and Mr). Mrs. Raymond Laidet and honoring the Manatee

Hugh King their daughter, Raymond Jr from Creve Chapter of NSAI(\) on Tuesdayat I
I, II IIiIW Joan, and son, Charles. They Coeur, Mo. 8 p.m. in the Community
are the guest of Mrs. King'smother -.()-. I Room of Sarasota Federal IJ
Mrs Clara Niemchekof A drop-In visit at the homeof Savings & Loan Association.
Hill's Road through today. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gill Manatee Chapter la the

-0- of Ponce de Leon this week "parent" of the local group,
Frank L. Mansur, who with brought their son and his wife, having been instrumental in
Mrs. Mansur was here for Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard L. organizing and installing the local
eight< years until they left In Gill-of Edgewater, Md., to Ven chapter. II
1961, was honored on March ice. They had been to New Orleans
22 by having a new wing of the on business and "stop. Mrs. Virginia Deas, Florida
District President will be
I I Swanscott (Mass.) High School ped by" on their way home.0 an
honor Mrs. Deas
guest. was
to him for his service --
r ty ',v to the Swanscott schools.He Off for Hot Springs, Ark. this active in helping form the Ven-
ice Area Chapter and is currently
was superintendent there week were the Homer Guys of
nominee for the office
from 1931 until 1952. His many Venice Gardens. They winter
of District President. She will I
kf Friends in the area will remem- here and return to Arkansas ry y k ? r
,l, A : .e 11 E a. ber his VLT activities, espec summers represent Florida at the
r tally -.()-. NSAI( ) exhibit in the Hall of
Free Enterprise at the New
-o- Here for a week's visit with :
York World1 Fair which 43Y t
Dixie and Bill Barth had a the Norman Magees on Casey opens ,, r
houseful at the Golf Drive residence Key last week were Mr. and April 22, Secretaries Day.

..... over Easter weekend. Mrs Andv Clements and Mrs Welcoming the Manatee
-O"='''H. (
Their son and his wife, Mr. Hayes Wilson of Dover, Del. Chapter and other guests from j

tHASS SKIRTS AND LEIS will be the unrill !- Costumes are requested Gondolier photo but br not Bob mandatory.Obendorfl and Mrs. John Cornell, were They arrived the same day as St. Petersburg and the Venice Gondolhr photo br Bob Obraiorf)

of the day Saturday when the DOM en- Model above are Mcsdames Betty Sadey, here from Gainesville with her the William Welches of Philadelphia area will be Mrs. Virginia Bro- MRS. DORIS SCHROEDER, seated, president of the local
hard, wife of the of Ven
trtain with a luau at the Elks Club is the Irene Rawles, Grace Langieri, Jayne Nicholsand parents and sister, Mr. and who remained for a Mayor chapter of National Secretaries Assn. International, is shown
ice. Mrs. Brohard was rearedin
Mrs. Natale and longer visit
arty committee members illustrate'above.. Mary Lou ReU), dia, from West Ragone Ly- Bradenton and Is life-long\ going over plans for a reception Sunday with Mrs Smyth I i
Hollywood as --
Brohard: who will be one of the honored guests and assist in
Mrs. Barth' The acquaintance of several members -
were mother
proud parents of Lt.
the receiving line. Members of the Manatee Chapter, which
Mrs G. N. Messer of John B. of the Manatee Chapter.
Sarasota Joseph the H. Paul
Luau sponsored the Venice will be honorees
Hawaiian SaturdayWill I She also honored group,
and the couple's daughter Josephs of 61S LaGuna, had was an guestat
and her husband, the GorGEORGE I their son as a guest recently the Installation of the Venice -
-- while he was on a short leave Area Chapter last Septem- honoring the Secretary of the Include Mrs. Minnie Depagter,

i Ifd"tJ,, from El Tora Marine Air Base, ber.The Year is a highlight of the week- Mrs Irene Showacre, Mrs.
Fete Elks And Wives Santa Ana, Calif. He is a ma- Venice Area Chapterwill long program and the Venice Thelma Clabaugh, Mrs. Bonnie
rine jet pilot and squadron participate actively in the Area Chapter will initiate new Bryant, Mrs. Virginia Well.
leader forthcoming National Secre- members at that time Also, a man, Mrs. Ronnie Sullivan,

Hawaiian hut, covered withm the Elks Club and their wives. p.m. to 1 a.m., will be furnished { t"R. -0- taries' Week, April 19 through delegate will be chosen for the Mrs. Leona Ellis, Mrs. Bernie
and pineapple leaves, The hut will be set up in by Kalami Hawaiian Or Mr. and Mrs. Brent W. Un- 25, and final plans for the program annual District convention in Fader and Mrs. Joyce Welke.

1 be the scene of the luau I Elks Hall, which will be dec chestra. A Hawaiian dancer derwood of Church St., Nokomis will be made at a Chapter Tampa on May 2223. Membership in the organization .
be orated In celebrated .. meeting immediately preceding Non-members who have been Is Invitation and is
to given by a green and yellow will present several dance their fort, by limo 1
I Benevolent and Patriotic I color scheme. The feast, with numbers. eighth wedding anniversary on I the reception. A dinner invited to attend the reception ited to those actively workingin

of Does, Drove 141, at roast pig as the central menu Those attending are requested March 15 with a party at their a secretarial capacity and
Elks Hall Saturday at 7:30: item, will be served at 7:30: if possible, to wear Hawaiian home. They have been winter with at least two years experi r
costumes and leis will visitors for the past five years I Maureen Sullivan Will Wed ence. t

11.Guestl will be members of p.m.Music for dancing, from 9 be presented to all the guests. and plan to make Nokomis A short program will be pre
The committee in charge is their permanent home soon. sented by the local chapter
composed of Mesdames Richard They were married in Russell, Vincent Bernota In OctoberMr. which will Include the invocation

Lawrence Leaves Area Sadey, Victory Retty Jr., N. Y. Party guests were Mr. pledge of allegiance, recitation
ynn Earl Rawles and Grace Langieri. and Mrs. Mace Markann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Sullivan of the NSA creed, Introduction

and Mrs Richard Brittles, Mr. of Albee Road, Nokomis, of guests and the welcoming
Wed New Hampshire Man Reservations may be made and Mrs. Harry Courfort Mr. announce the engagement of address by Mrs. Bro
by calling the Elks Club or and Mrs. Horace Boardmanand their daughter Miss Maureen hard. A parody on "five
Mrs Victor Retty Jr. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Sullivan to Vincent Joseph o'clock dictation blues," a "lip-
On,. Evelyn Fuqua of River I Mrs. Lawrence leaves Ven I Donations will\ be $5 a couple. Peterson. Bernota,, son of Mr. and Mrs. sync" take-off on the Beetles,

,111'1 Md., announces the ice Monday for her mother's I -0- Vincent Bernota Jr. of Belts- and a short explanation of the ;
!sijcment of her daughter, home In Maryland. The wedding I CROMPTONCrompton Miss Nancy Fann, senior student ville, Md. organization and purposes of
Jj Evelyn (Lynn) Lawrence is planned for early Mayin Cecilians Ask at Blue Mountain (Miss.) Miss Sullivan will graduate t NSA by the Manatee Chapter
[ Cuey Key, to Ralph Law- Farmington, where the College is a member of the from Venice High School in w r1r will complete the program.

,ct Drew of Farmington, couple will establish a permanent ElectedTo Blue Mountain Players and will June. She Is a member of the Mrs. Virgiiia Horn is head

LRe home. Until that time they Public To Hear take part in the group's prts. Student Council, the DCT Club, of the hospitality committee I
|. poom-elect is the son of will live in Worcester, Mass Harvard Club entation o f Shakespeare I' the Girls' Athletic Assn. and a and in charge of all arrangements
and Mrs. Robert B. Drew Mrs. Lawrence is a native of "King Lesr"' on Anril 30 and majorette. After graduationshe for the reception assisted .
I hrmington. He Is) assoclatmth Washington. D. C., and attend- Office Last Week May 1. The cast Includes 39 will work in Beltsville for by Mrs. Bobbie Blizzard.

Perinl Construction er George Washington University members and a special student the Chesapeake and Potomic All members contributed time
Inc. Framingham, Mass and the University of Virginia The public is Invited to the George Crompton of 710 S. management group Telephone Co. and live with her r and materials in making favors .
April meeting of the Cecilian Armada Road elected
was sec -0- for the
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs guests
In Venice she Is a member Music Society on April 9 at retary-treasurer of the Harvard Another student home for David Davenport. I Members of the local chanter i
range Plans of Venice Little Theatre, Business 7:30: p.m. at the Venice First Club, Sarasota, at thegroup's Easter vacations is Allison The groom-elect was graduated I II Include Mrs. Julie Ballard,

and Professional Women's Baptist Church. meeting March 24. Chard of Casey Key. She is a from High Point High Mrs Norma Brown Mrs.
yakka OutingPomona Club, Legal Secretaries Club, Mrs. C. S. Weber will be hoe- He succeeds the late Gordon student at Penn HaH Junior School in Beltsville in 1961. He I i Marge DeLao, Mrs. Dorothy
tess with Mrs Douglas Arnallin Palmer. r : i
[ Grange Is sponsor- a banking club Is a communicant charge of the Also College and Preparatory has been attending Montgomery o.n.: t: ; Douglas, Mrs. Susie Rates,
Is a picnic Sunday at 10:30: of St. Mark's Episcopal which will feature performances program- attending the meeting School in Chambersburg, Pa. Junior College at Takoma IlISS l\Ul'REEN SILUVAN Mrs. Martha McKenzie, Mrs.
h. at Myakka State Park. Church and has taught Sun- the local winners of from Venice was B. Larz New- -0- Park, Md., where he is on the Caroline Minger, Mrs Sue
lUl area Grange members day School there. the Seminole by District Junior ton, class of 1918. He and Katherine Mackenzie has varsity football and basketball phone Co. In Washington, D. Robbins, Mrs. Ann Scott Mrs

1111'' Grange members and Her resignation from the Music Festival, held under the Crompton, class of 1920, both been named to the honor roll teams, and working for the C. He entered the Coast Guard Margaret Slack, Mrs. Billie
;ir guests are Invited. Those State Road Department, Sarasota auspices of the Florida Feder- practiced law in Worcester, at Howey Academy, Howey-In- Chesapeake and Potomac Tele- Reserve yesterday for sue Stamper.
Mass before
aiming to attend are request. with which she Is employ. ation of Music Clubs in March. coming here. The-Hills. She Is the daughterof months duty. Refreshments will be tea
: to bring a covered dish and ed, will become effective tomorrow Those performing who will Other officers elected were: Mr. and Mrs. C. H R. Mackenzie VYC Ladies BridgeSet The wedding is planned for sandwiches, mints, nuts, small
Lawrence M. Middlemas
ice settings for their group. I receive special awards from ident; the Hon. David ,Gray pres-, of 500 Santa Joseph0 For TuesdayA Oct. 3 in Beltsville. cakes, punch tea and coffee.
Corsages will be presented to
the Jeff Meadows
Cecilians are -
vice-president and S. Preston Easter vacation guests at the Venice Yacht Club ladies Mrs Deas. Mrs. Mary Treat,

Civic Assn. Auxiliary olyn, Patty Jones, Edmondson Linda Shanks, Car-, Clement. second vicepresident. home of Mrs. Hannah M. Shan- bridge luncheon will be held SV Yacht Club president of the Manatee Chapter .

Janet Duke, Roberta Merrill, Directors elected Joseph non of 800 Laurel Ave., are her Tuesday noon at the club with Plans Card PartySouth and Mrs. Brohard. Decorations -
ISV Ronald Jones, Scott Cook, Pat were: son and daughter-in-law Mr. Mrs. Carter Harrison and Mrs. will be the club's traditional
P. Day Anselm Frankel
Fashion-Luncheon ty Johnson, Alise Angel, and Grubler, and Mrs. William Shannon Jr., Lida Grier as hostesses. Venice Yacht Club will red flowers, white
Eugene Russell Hal-
Cynthia Aldrich and four grandchildren from Progressive bridge and foursomes have a dessert card party on candles and the NSAI) ban e
loch Charles
In addition Miss Jennie Kimball and Cedar Grove, N. J. The grandsons will be played. April 11 at the SV Community ner. r
1111. Frank Sovereign will show, assisted by Mesdames Brown, the Cecilian Society's Col. Vance Likens are Bill and Scott and the Reservations should be made Hall.Dessert Receiving the guests wilt be

'rate | fashion show at the Gene Balmer E. J. Ricker, entry in the "Jeannie" Audi- twin granddaughters! are Patty by Sunday with Mrs. Harrison.She will be served at 7 Mrs. Doris Schroeder, presi
ulb Venice Civic Assn. La- Earl Sukeforth and Sherwin tions at White Springs in Supper Dance and Page, They leave tomorrow should also be notified of p.m. after which members and dent of the local chapter, Mrs.

'I Auxiliary luncheon today Forbus. February, will sing the solos cancellations. guests will play the card gamesof Brohard, and Mrs. Horn.
''U M P m. at the SV Comity Auxiliary members who will which she presented at that On Monday Ends their choice. Door and table NSA encourages study and
Hall. model the clothes include Mesdames time. She will wear her authentic prizes will be awarded. Players exercise of professional methods .

''IIa will Martens, Sukeforth, gown of the "Jeannie" per All States'Year Venice Garden Club Installs are requested to bring their and standards and its present
present fashions Ricker, Benjamin Harris, own cards.A membership totals 23.820 In
""> the Cotton Fair. Maury Harvey, Jessie Miller, iod.In a brief business meeting Some 230 members of All New Officers At LuncheonThe donation of 75 cents will be S46 chapters. Including 103 In-

!Ira. Curt Martens Is general William Corkum, Nis Pedersen, preceding/ program an election States Club were present at requested and tickets may be ternational Affiliates.
Pack the club's last function of the obtained from Ellen Bresna-
wrnan of the luncheon and Ralph Bruening, Stanley of officers of the Cecilian
ard, Olive Henderson, Sherid Music Society will be held. season Monday, a potluck supper annual luncheon of the president; Mrs. Charles L. han, 21 Garden Road.
Foster and Clinton Engel. Refreshments will be served for members. Venice Garden Club will be Schlier, second vice president; The public is invited both to
okomis A public dance, which followed held today noon at the Venice- Mrs. Von E. Henroid, record the card party and the April 9 '
Auxiliaryolds the supper at Venice Nokomis Methodist Church fellowship ing secretary; Mrs. Raymond meeting of the club, which will iot**+O' V O&

Rummage Sale Civic Center, was attended by hall.Flower Edge, corresponding secretary, be held at 7:30: p.m. at the
Englewood Auxiliary MeetsTo for the and Miss Anne
300.At arrangements Lynch, treas Community Hall
Odin Auxiliary of Nokomis the supper, Mrs. Millie luncheon tables will be made urer.

Dept will have a rum- DuPont entertained with several by Mesdames Frank Mulhern, Mrs Thomas J. McVeigh, C 'm Sr h
age tale at the Fire all to- Name Nominating GroupThe selections on the accord- Everett J, Noland, Ben J. Pet- former president of the Club Square Dancers .
"row and Saturday Ian.President ers, Robert W. Vpn Pelt, Clinton will conduct the Installation
Boor Lewis Dullinger B. Tooley R. B.'Eldredge, Plan SupperThe
win be from tofi.
a.m. ladies
Englewood Legion visiting auxiliary members are Introduced the officers and
"w Ie i. both In days Mrs Ann will meet at the Legion\ auditorium I invited to attend.Refreshmenta Mrs. O. L Mahon, board member James and Arthur Green H.George Russell.Grisdale Boat Club MeetsTo Round Venice Dance Old Tyme Club Squareand will } Y

charge Monday at S p.m., to I I will be servedat and club organizer, pre-
Mrs. Donald C. Stevenson Plan CruiseThe
lira have a potluck supper
Arthur Jantz be nominating committetfor with sented the retiring presidentwith
may name a the close of the meeting
will be installed at president.She I
Iltd Venlce-Nokomis at 6 at Venice Civic
Area p.m.
at 488-1033 for pick-up the annual election of officers President Clare and Mrs. William a gift. I the Venice
came to area
large article Other items at the first meeting In I Herdman as hostesses She also introduced Councilwoman Boat Club will meet here Mon- Center.
V be left at the Fire Hall. May Blanche Celli who ex- from Grosse Polnte, Mich., day In the Community Roomof Everyone is welcome and
the City Council's where she was president of the Sarasota Federal Savingsand the regular dance will be held
At the last unit meeting the pressed Grosse pointe Garden Club at
thanks for the club's contribu- Loan Assn. at 8 p.m after the supper. Those attend
members voted to designate HAY Board MeetsThe tion to the community. well as president of the Garden Reports on the recent pancake ing are requested to bring a
Esther Social Held the second meeting of each Center. dinner and progress of covered dish and their place

month a social meeting, with April board meeting of Other new officers are Mrs. the new club will be given. settings.
I/ra./ Charles Clabaugh of 601 a minimum of business trans- the Venice Hospital Auxiliary BPW Will Elect William F. Harney, first vice Also to be discussed will be Further information may be LCr

nerd" (formerly of Nokomis) acted and a social program to I Volunteers will be held Mon- the arranging of an April obtained from Mrs Violet Mit-

aa hostess at an Esthers of be enjoyed. day at 10 a.m., In the Community 1964.65 OfficersOn Attends cruise and other business mat chell, Venice Bay Trailer Park.
'nlc'* President Mrs. Hilda H. Room of the Sarasota Fleming ters, a spokesman for the club The club's activities will con
social yesterday noon Clare urges all members to Federal Savings& Loan. WednesdayOfficers advised. tinue through April.

her home. make a special effort to attend i' Chairmen are reminded to of Venice Businessa Club ConventionDennis ,

She was assisted by Mes- this meeting, and as always bring, with them the total number n d Professional Women'sClub Fleming will represent THE VENICE LITTLE THEATER presents

"*** Raymond Conklin, Rob- of hours worked by their will be elected at the the Para-Medical Careen

1* D vis and Nathan Weaver New York State I services March broken during down the accordingto month of group's meeting April 8 at Club of Venice High School as "LOVE RIDES THE RAILS"or

Early Wynn's Steak House delegate to the state clubj'convention
Club Meets Tuesday individual workers.At A social hour will be held at today through Sat- "Will The Mail Train Run Tonight
STRANGE I 11 a.m. there will be an
IIOISE TRADE 6:30: p.m. followed by dinner at urday at Clearwater. r
1I1AI.IAH< All New York Staters who Important meeting of all regular 7 p.m. Reservations should be The club is sponsored by the \ GAY '90'S MUSICAL MELODRAMA r f
in the
visiting, volunteerswho
'cky (AP) When are living or and substitute made by Monday by calling Women's Auxiliary of Sarasota
'10" McDonald, 11, told horse area are invited to a covered work in the emergencyroom. Mrs Elizabeth Cunningham. County Medical Society and WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
?, attendants' here she got dlsn supper and a meeting of Spring and early summer has thirty members.
horse at the Ford Motor the New York State Club Tuesday 8.11 8:30 Curtain
activities will Include the Two of the speakers at the April :
foray in Eustis, she wasn'tBecky' at 6 p.m. at Englewood meeting May 3,. at which convention will be the doctor-
American Legion Hall. I OES Meets Today Mrs. Mae Wrede of the local author-cartoonist who writes 2-Piece SWIMSUIT 1 :
.' father traded a shiny Those planning; to attend are I chapter will be installed presi- the Rex Morgan, M. D. comic $2. for adults, $1. for students RED & BLUE
covered of
COnvertible for the horse; requested to bring a and I I Venice Chapter 248 Order dent; the state convention in strip and Dr. Ruth Winston of tax included Siiei;

aa'rel t 1 gelding named Apache dish, their bread table or service rolls Eastern Star, will meet todayat Tampa June 11 through 14 and St. Petersburg, an opthamolog- LITTLE THEATRE BLDG. VENICE AIR BASE 3 to 6x ,.. $4,9811fo j I t
five yeare ago. The their party's 8 at Masonic Temple. national convention In De- 1st who worked for
o r..'. show i Fraser Is club: p.m. the many yearsIn 14 .. .. .. $5,98 I
Norman .
es I good trade record_proves it dent, "- ....<- "r presl-j I Refreshments will be served, troit July 19 through 23. India .....

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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ernest dinner Mr. and Mrs Harry i

Last Show Of VLT SeasonVenice Jr.. on East Safford Terrace, Stewart were among the guests cotta aL
have been doing a lot of entertaining I and Mrs. Stewart was also celebrating 1 '' PuWlda
lately. Mr. and Mrs her birthday Those

John Shea from North Beach and the
area p'.>v,,crs will' High School and the Universityf I II harmony, The Coquettes as, attending enjoying
I Md., were their houseguests cake were Mr. and Mrs
get o chan.e t to hiss the villain Florida, his only experience; chorus girls have some amusing -
I for two days last week. Among George Doan and Mr, and Mrs.
and cheer the hero the next lyrics to sing, written by
the high
in on the stage was in I
their other guests from back Frank Kuhn from Port Charlotte
Venice Little Theater produc school senior class play. George Mahar, director of the home in CannOnsburgh, Pa., .
tion, Loves Rides the Rails," Jeannine Redifer in the role show The Coquettes directed :
Mr and Mrs Sprowlsand
were -
real old. melodrama set of by Mary Ellen Meadows,
n time of Carlotta Corn, owner
his brother Mr. patch and Mrs. Inga Thonnesen accompanied
for a four.night run April 8.11, the Paradise Cafe, is another Include Mary Alice Wheeler, Mr. Earnest cousins, Mrs I her daughter, Clara '
Tickets for the Little The. newcomer to the Venice Little Helen] Satava, Dorothy Koenig, 1 )
Anna Downey and Mrs. Margaret McShanog, via plane on her re
liter fund.raiser, the final playof I Theater stage In the play, she Jackie Fanning, Elaine Smith, 1
Smith from Arlington, turn from Brooklyn for an extended
the 193-64 season, will be Is responsible for the near- Pam Palmer and Doris Her
i Va They left Saturday to visit visit her in North Port
on sale April 8 through April downfall of the hero. ron Ninth member of the
with another sister in St, Petersburg : Charlotte
10 at the Venice.Nokomls Bank Miss Redifer, a teacher at group, not appearing in the .
\ end Hart Import House. The Sarasota High School, also is show, is Jean Lumley Pianist minister
Dr. Terrence Peterson
theater box office also will be an FSU graduate and a memo for the show will be Athena
open for the sale of the remaining ber of Trl Sigma sorority and Wendt. Mrs Virginia Bolin left Friday of the First Presbyterian
for "Love with her guests Mr and Church of North Port Char-
seats each night of the Spinster Club of Sarasota Stage settings
the play, She came to Sarasota with her Rides the Rails' also are different Mrs Lee McKennan from New lotte, left early Monday morning

The old-time melodrama, parents' in 1957 from Rhode Designed by Elsie Par Martlnsvllle, W, Va She plansto for St Louis, Mo, where
which goes under the subtitle Island. rott and Cissy Morlson, the return north with them so he will attend the General Synod

"Will the Mail Train Run To- 'The Coquettes' places of action in the show she can be In Akron, Ohio, for of the Evangelical Presbyterian
Church and the Reformed
the forthcoming wedding of her
by screens onstage
right? will see several new Not new to the community, are designated
in color grandson Frederick Jennings, Presbyterian Church The
striking ,
faces behind the Little Theater but making their first appear. painting k
The wedding two denominations will merge r
footlights and design Assisting Mrs to Miss Carla Fuchs d
ance on the VLT stage' will be
New Fares Parrott and Miss Morlson are will take place May t at into one church body at this
"The Coquettes Eight memo
] Morison and LucyJourneay. St, Augustine Church in Cuy- Synod meeting, convening the
Mrs. Elgin
The new facts include Ned will "'IdI' .
bers of the group appear first week In April. Gondolier. photo. by Bob Ohwfcift. ;;
Stafford in the role of Dirk in the show's chorus line and While in St Louis, Dr Peterson BOOKPLATE DESIGN WINNERS in a con- Jim Blackle Third place winner of a $] ciih
Sneath, the villain's shadow will in the show, both as Featured artist whose works Maria Liberto,
sing will also visit with his test sponsored by the Venice Area Public Li- award was Twenty-eight Wick
and friend His portrayal of and with other will hang in the lobby duringthe Mr and Mrs Wilfred Church .
a chorus memo Paul Peterson, these three Venice students First and white pen and ink drawings were submit.
son, Terry brary were
the character has other memo bers of the cast. upcoming show is Capt R. ill on Freemont Street have I
of cash Jackie ted in the competition to design an
sophomore at Covenant College place winner a $20 prize was approprj.
bers of the cast "rolling in the in H Knight of Venice Gardens been entertaining as guests
aisles at rehearsals, --- their cousins Mr and Mrs and Theological Seminaryand Allen, shown receiving a check for her prize.winning ate bookplate for use by the library Jude
plans to return home April \ design from Mrs Dorothy Lantz, were Dr, Garold Stryker and Rockwood
Chester Churchill from Detroit
Stafford to Venice with
came r'1 0. I librarian Winner of the $10 second prize was Bullard.Epiphany ,
his family in 1858 from Ithlca, : The C Churchills left .
N. Y. He is a graduate of Florida -\ ;tW dne-aday----to return

State is employed University by end SearsRoebuck currently : I home I Venice East I IB Guild Will Elect I

is& Company at Sara Mr and Mrs. Merwin Le-
cota is his first time out 'I Clair on Mataro Court are entertaining > Epiphany (Catholic Church) new members: Mesdamn

us an actor. I her parents, Mr and SALLY STUBBS mother of one nine, one 10- Guild will elect officers for the Margaret Mettlach, James Bi
months and an identical pairof 1964-65 at the group's rone, George Osterle, Helei
Dave Corbett, a teacher at Mrs. Gilbert Baalrud, vacationing Mr. and Mrs, Frauk Starr of year
Venice High School plays the here from Tomahawk, 106 Road twin boys, one two and a annual meeting Tuesday at Boyd, Loretta Rohrs, Miiy
part of Harold Stanfast a close WIs Mr and Mrs Baalrud Paddington their are entertaining : half and the other two and a 1 I :30 p.m. at the church hall on Hay, Thomas. Boynton, V*
the to daughter half and twenty minutes old Harbor Drive. cent Huneke, Louise Prost,William
friend of hero and an honest left earlier this week return Ill and her husband Harold -
but not.to>brlg'1t yoke home and Mrs LeClalr accompanied from Ohio for HAS to believe It. These children After the business meeting Power, Dan Collins Jetty
Faslg Daytona, ,
Corbett came to Venice with them as far as St. Petersburg the Easter holidays The Stares are the family of Leonardand there will be a panel discussion Cellura, Paul Suplnski md
his family in 1955 front Sara x where she took a plane'or Charlotte Schultz on 170 on "Our Place in the Diocesan Misses Gertrude Cain, Row
eota A graduate rf Venice her home in Hillside, 111 are greatgreatgrandparentsas Sandhurst Drive. Little Karen, Council of Catholic Women," in Cain and Dorothy Gale
the Faslgs have a daughter
k She to be for the nine year old is quite a will be
plans gone ane preparation for participation in Plans made it thi
Judy (Mrs J. Starka) who hasa
The "Watchtower of the month daughter Mary Sue and a lady and the baby is easily the St. Augustine Diocesan business meeting for a dtistrt.

Universe" so called b> South I sltun. -o- son Robert. They also have a satisfied but Charlotte Schultz Council Convention May 11 card party April 14 at T.30pa\

st American liberator Simon Bob Mr. and Mrs. George Guthrie eon Mr Fred Starr of Enid, the really lively has little her twins hands Kevin full with and through 13, at the church hall.
ivar, is 20,561.foot El Chim on Maureen Avenue arc glad
Okla., and he and his wife have Kenneth They have stirred Mrs. John Gould past president
borazo peak in the Ecuadorean wt as to have their friends Mr and two boys, Scott and Frank II several up of the Southwest Coast The world's largest lake a
the neighbors on occasions -
AndesAptxtetof. Mrs. Peter Bergsors from I. Mildred and Frank Starr are and Mrs Schultz is Deanery, will serve ai mode. volume the Soviet Union

..- -I fcmsted, N. H., here for a two former' Daytonians They were very thankful to them for their rator and introduce the com Baykal contains more water

week vacation both born there and lived next assistance In helping retrieve mittee system of the National i than the combined content 01!

-- door to each other since they them from their escapades Council: Mrs William DcPrle, North America Great Lakei
sr ENJOY (Goulollir' phot bjr Hat ubmdorO Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kennedy were nine years old Mr. Starr Their latest expedition former board member will
on Marlus Road recently was an experimental engineer deal with the diocesan adapta-
ARTIST CAPT R. H. KNIGHT shows one of the paintings he was to the big drainage ditch
their Dr.
entertained as !guests
with and ion of the Mrs,
Delco Light Co, system Irwin
in the lobby art show to beside the development where ;
will exhibit at the VLT performance anr Mrs G. A McTague and
Trlgldaire Corp. for 39 Yerkes current board member
Mrs Veah Handley, exhibit director for the shows accompanying years they eluded the searchers for
Mrs. T. Robert, all from Windsor
Mr. Starr aided and assisted will tell of the deanery's
time. in
VLT presentations, some Fortunately Just
Ontario. In many of the patent developments time one of the neighbors nterprepallon of the work and

Knight Exhibit At VII Play I Mr and Mrs.--Harry Kerns of the Delco Starrs Light are Co retired, Although thought ready to of ga It and down found the them side Mrs.guild president Christopher, will DiCrocco explainhow ,

Avenue happyto
on Herbison are
here in Venice East they are the parish organization
They have hidden in hedges
LU''IOW.N"II.COM.ItIl"' have their son Harry Kerns
active in the Venice the Into action
very area puts program
5. and brush and dirt piles, Their
Important adjuncts to the I with Mrs. Knight, will show here for a visit from Oakdale, Mrs. Starr has worked at the company on these treks is Hostesses will be Mesdames

HICKORY FARMSOF Venice Little Theater plays, some of his marine paintings Pa, Venice Memorial Hospital for their dog Pep and when they Almond ButterfIeld Dan Col-

and shows generally unsung, I He has been painting for the -0- five years as a volunteer with are scolded and punished for ins, Harry Creamer, Alice s I Iit

OHIO are the one.man art exhibitions past 40 years and prefers the Miss Gladys Schofleld enter. HAV. Mr Starr is an honorary running away they Just point Fanning, John Glynn and Verne -
tamed two of her friends with
which accompany each play pastel medium In his spare member of the Venice Kl- their little fingers at Pep as if Krance,
luncheon at her home on
last show of the time, he makes wood carvings a wanis and served as secretary Honored will be the
At the season it was he who led them astray guests
Highway 41 which opens Wednesday of ships he has sailed duringhis East Hvde Park recently They for sixteen! months He was also I
Capt. R. H. Knight, former Great Lakes sailing career were Mrs Herbert Toppingand chairman of the Key Club

((4 Miles South) Venice City Harbor Master of Milwaukee which began in 1912 when he Mrs Iva DoanCongratulations sponsored by KIwanis. He Is a "rnanatalarYOUR

.. who retired here last year was a cabin boy on his father'stwomasted -0- former member of the board of i
in order .
schooner are ,, A r
rustees for Venice East Community a a
Artist Veah Handley has arranged I or the new grandparent, Mr. Assn and as a mern- .A | CAR n+ it. 1 ,

the exhibits, featuring I and Mrs Alfred Kelsey on bet of the welcoming committee ," / 1 t i iA iy1
works of members of Venice- ]terbiaon Avenue, The telegram for the organization has y- 14

k 1 DECK HOUSE Nokomis Art Assn. I came last week informng personally! called on every famiy l' .
Other artist who have ex I them of the birth of a baby in the community Mr. .:; | Bill Phillips

21 hiblted at the theater this sere I IlIOn girl named Pamela Lynn Stan Is an ardent golfer and .
AT THE JETTIES are Dr Garold Stryker, 'Weber, born to Mr. and Mrs gardener and both of the Starrs ...

;. Mrs Mildred Betts Charles 'William Weber at Pittsburgh, are par excellent at pattern Do you teat drive a ear be-

s, P ;,;.o'; SALAD SANDWICH Mink and James Home. I Pa. Mr Kelsey is home from dancing. fore you buy It? The expertssay f
Dr. Stryker U association I the Venice Hospital and getting :you should Almost any

LUNCHEONS president Mrs Betts is a I long fine after suffering a I; Little Keith Bennett son of salesman will be glad to let

former art teacher who lives 1 heart attack a few week back bet. and Mrs' John Bernzott of :you test drive the car. In some 4(' i RaYC, .

FAMILY ENTREES here and in Syracuse, N Y. -0- I Golf Club Lane, celebrated his places he will go along with
.:=;_ e Charles Mink is a retired Mr and Mrs. Robert Orr and seventh birthday in March. His you. But by test driving you

MONDAY thru THURSDAY architect who was designer 'heir young daughter Wendy birthday cake was highly decorated have a chance to see what the
$ and project director with Car are here visiting with Ma parents and held eight candles, car can do, Whenever you buya l

YOUR CHOICE OF 5 ENTREES 1 75 son and Lundin, New York Mr and Mrs Robert Orr, seven for his years and the extra car, be sure to test drive it 7e ?

,City Horns U a second-year ,on Talbot Street during the for "Good Luck" His before signing up. _
Our Famous SoW Bar
Including student at Ringling School of faster holidays The younger brother Kevin, who does not What's the only auto on U.S.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY Art and is the son of Dr, and I Ores are from Pleasantvttle, have a birthday until the enrrencyT Don't know what

Mrs W G. Home Jr., Casey N. Y. Fourth of July, was still not make they are, but the current
LOBSTER SPECIALOur Key, -o- to be outdone in the week as $10 bill has four cars drlv-
Regular Menu Available Nightlyl/ Assisting Mrs Handley with Weekend visitors at the home he was treated to an eveningat lag near the treasury building

her project were Mesdames of Mr and Mrs C F. Ftnton the Sarasota County Fair by Somebody says it's a 1927 Hup-
Cocktail Hour 4:30: to 6 p.m. Samuel Roth, Gene L. Green, on Grobe Street, were Mrs. Mr Chuck Morgan mobile Seems about time they

HIGHBALLS, MANHATTANS, MARTINIS SOe VLT president, and Mrs. Elsie Irene Barett and Mrs Marie -0- update the car and use a later

Parrott Jones. from Homestead, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lippert model 1

md Mrs. Ruth Warden from of Dalton, Pa, visited Mr and We want you to be happy
Colonial Beach, Va. Mrs. Lloyd Carver last week with the work done by our service ro,

-o- The Llpperts travel in a Cor- department. But even if t y $
Herbert and Marge Topping weir house car and they have we don't contact you to ask rE ra4
m celebrated Herb's birthday recently spent five weeks on the Florida how the Job Is, get in touch

by having a number of Keys and four weeks in the with us, We have expert mechanics
their friends In for a birthday Everglades this winter. They who know their jobs

were on their way back to and who do fine work, So if

DBE Phoebe Chapter Pennsylvania when they stopped you have any questions about i ro" .. .:
off to visit the Carvers the service work done on your
give me a call That's h
-6- car Jai
w ,l Plans Card Party
The Senior Sigwald Larsens BILL PHILLIPS FORD.

HMS Phoebe Chapter of on Sandhurst Drive are anxiously Are you a good driver Answer -

Daughters of the British Empire awaiting the arrival of the following questions .e '
will hold a card party their son and family this weekend yes or no: Doubling your speed Florida...

today at 1:30: p.m., in the Mr. and Mrs. Siiwald doubles your breaking dist
community room of Sarasota Larsen Jr, are from Woodstock ante? Doubling car's speed increases at its most beautiful,

Savings and Loan Assn TO, and they will! bring kinetic energy three
the Larsens' grandchildrenwith times? Most drivers can eliminate natural best
Hostesses will be Mrs Hugo
A rr Lox, Mrs Alexander Angus them for the visit. The the reaction time elementin

IIr and Mrs Frank Burton. children are Jimmy, Don and the formula, "stopping time

,., .lf Any cancellations must be Laura Jean. equals reaction time plus
L mad by noon Wednesday braking time" Answer: No for Imagine Florid before resorts..before tourists and

Mrs. George Key should be Any mother of four knows all three, crowded beaches ,, lush, beautiful lazy,warm anaqulat
notified Life Can Be Beautiful And a It s still very much that way st Cape Haze, but
with modern touches to add to your enjoyment inclusive

,yet not expensive,this lowly community ni
a private Gulf Beach, large swimming pool and
cabana clubhouse, private Gun Club for skeet end

JUST A LITTLE BIT NICER. trap shooting, paved and shrubbed road and central. and
water lystam. A paradise for bathers, boaters
sportsmen,,Just 6 miles from Boca Grande fine
tarpon and facilities. Seclusion without
fishing golf
-I I I I Iiolation,.the perfect locale for your home in

Florida.Two-thirds acre residential sites from $3500.:

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PHONE 488J 808, 488-3125 P. 0. Boil 014 Venice, Florid ..-




Y, AP1IL; 2, 1964

I Overbrook Gardens Bridge Scores I NPC Civic Group; Ford Retirees I Pitts Heads Fourth Of July-

adds Sladla. II.... II. I a...
By MARY E. KROUPA' Little League benefit barbecue NORTH.IIOV'lIl. Meet MondaySouth I
I 1M. Harrr Lawnaat and Mm.E. .
to Mn Saturday at Calhoun Field c. Bnr.nt, M.
sympathy goes
CONA Member
Our Barbecue 1-61. J. w. &I..b.n ad :
will be served from My Slats
Weblnga of 2021 E. Crest Murlaa II.I. I Sarasota County memo Miss Venice PageantVenice
Paul 4 to 7 p.m.. and the .... Jaycee I
Drive In the loss of her sister, be $1.21 for adults and price 75 cents will Oan Prowl.1...H.. 1754 Mllbe. sad her of the Ford T It D Retiree .
Mrl. C. R. (Evelyn) Joelsoi for children 'MST.WJI'IT I The North Port Charlotte Club are invited to bring
away at her home Exhibition games I "' ... J. H. Morrb and Oal YlnantDlion 1 their families to luck of the first official Miss Venice
pot fireworks
who passed I will be played at 2:30: and at '',. Community Asan is the new. a Jaycees are getting a previous years the
!in Venice Saturday March 7 p.m. I. -riS-sr-H**. sod Mu T. est member of the Sarasota I dinner in the Community Hall good head Mart on plans for display has been staged by contest ever staged in the
M at the sage of 88 Dr EdTard -0- e MI I.. I.tier Joura. .ar and II.... JamalBrtdai Council of Neighborhood Associations at Oneco, between Sarasota the 1964 Miss Venice beauty Venice Area Activities Inc., the South County community during
H Wagenaar of Muske On 1;. K.'.... (.. and Bradenton. pageant and fireworks display organization which spearheaded a Founders' Day celebration -
Mich. It brother of Mrs Friday r the Senior I Little Sladla, Marrk II,; aMra the annual Fourth of July the drive for funds and sold sponsored by Tamlami
: at
goo, League will l dedicate the new I Mar' 5'e'd Eliannr i The North Port group was I The hall Is about one mile
and Mrs. Weblnga, where < .,.. .. Memorial Post 8118 of the Veterans -
joflion lights installed .hU. IK". welcomed by the CONA at its east of U S. 301 on Oneco celebration bonds to build the athletic
by men who .. ...... .
guest of Mr. and I Mr and N. T B V. MMli. I of Foreign Wars
a have named field
ss work for Florida Power and I.- huh .Plarr and II.... r *UMiilliarn meeting last week, bringing to I Road. Dinner will be at 12:30. The Jaycees
!Mrl Vebinga and family: while Light Co. and were kind enough :,,II 4 18 the number of civic bodies 'Secretary Charles E. Shaw of Lauden Pitts of Sorrento The Jaycees have in years A year or two prior to that,
attend the funeral 4din. toe I. OnmHT aced lire. '. "
,wilting to to donate their time on off[ now holding membershipFrank Nokomis reminded members to Shores as general chairmanfor past, staged the Miss Venice Margaret Jones of Nokomis
of !Mrs Joelson Tuesday Mrs. hours to install lights on the add.. Stadia Marrk 14 till a... Tall, CONA president, bring table service! Coffee will the annual event to be held contest in conjunction with the was the entry from South Sarasota -
moved to Venice In SariMid I. PI..e
jodion field at the Recreation Center Moans' Dim TnahrMra. has set a goal of 35 members be provided. at the Venice High School stadium VAA pyrotechnic exhibitionand County in a contest sponsored
ID5J and was well known in and will be turned on Friday I.. II.... U..rtKM and Mra., C B.Col and expressed confidence it two years ago changed the by Warm Mineral
the art of music of which she evening The men we owe our 5-N.ery.np IL Potts 155.,, ... 5. Y. 5..dly. n,. would be reached. CONA is an The entire presentation this. rules for entering to conform
was very talented. She will be thanks are Hal White, James ..- VIZoch ._. Dt_ ..d Cart association of neighborhoodgroups year will be produced and directed with the Miss Florida and Miss Springs I
mined by all who knew her Hicks, Sam Morgan Sr.. Ernest 4-Mw.. Clara 121'..Tarlani. and Mr. L. TPlltman working as a unit for ShuffeboardThe by the Venice Area Jun America Pageant rules. The Fourth of July festivitiesare ,
-0- Clements and Bill Davis The ltd... the benefit of all, he explained. of for Chamber of Commerce In First official Miss Venice In traditionally well attended, .
and Mrs A J. Kroupaon M -Col'. Ira biweekly game pot. .
)fr. Drive entertained "Coachman Band"' who are Srhoanr.ld M.IK lit n and Mrron The next meeting will be on 'luck at Venice Shuffleboard of Ohio and Arthur Brooks of the July 4 contests was Duchess with the bleachers filled to ...
Neptune Sam Morgan and 1.1-11. and Mra W K. Wild 1M 24 in the communityroom 72 Williamson and the winner
Sunday dinner guest Jerry Bur- April Club ended with Frank Hanks New Jersey by a score of overflowing for the beauty
ii Easter nell from Final af 1'1.. farManarat last was Esther Harden. =:I
.In law and daughter Englewood, Kenny of First Federal Savingsand and Byron Lewis, both of Venice to 39. Twenty-eight participat year ,
son contest and display
their Walker and DI Traakr Una Kunkle was the winner
Jim Parrott from Cornelius id' in the event.
Mr and Mrs Harvey Stein on South Venice 1'-Mn. Harrr UirranN and II... C, Loan Assn, Southjale I defeating Oliver
have agreed to 1' 8".1. OIL
Wentworth Street. For dessert furnish music for the dedica ....1'1. In N.I..... ... Myna
Stein brought a cake baked Ik-hf.ld. 15754.5N. .
!Mrf lion Hot
Dogs and cold drinks .
form of an Enter R. Pants s.d 6 Y. 5-0a
In will be served. 161".
HI decorated with flowers,, 4-Carl tnrh and OL VlnanrtDlion
and -- tats..
Inscription "Hap-
bunnies I-C.pt. t./ln<1.r and Al JovrnrarMrra

pjr Easter" -0-. on Mr Overbrook and Mrs.Road A. J.entertain.Oospcter ..- .25554.T. A. )'.,_ and Dr. f. TWlleo .

Luncheon guests of Mrs. ed with a dinner on Easter w...>....IIT ci.b. Masi 54. I ,"". '

Donald!Mn Howard Adams Scott Monday of Nokomis, were Sunday Mr and Mrs.Those Joseph present Robbins were, Mills NORTHOOUTH1My. Carter, IUT Harrlan and Gen. U H @ w oo@ If\JP\ [ @ ,

Mn Owsley from Detroit end Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Masin, Mr. 5-My FIN5, B: RlehanUon. 5114. and MraMnrlaon 0is
and Mrs. Frank
Mrt Howard Poppenger of Noble Mr .-"' ... H. B IIh.. and A. 0.
Venice. and Mrs. Wes Bennett and Mr. r.mpK, !!. IT",.
-oWe and Mrs. Vince Karnick! All 4- M".tan". C.' IT.tr.AST.Wr.I'l'E.. Brraat aa<) U*

are happy to welcome report having enjoyed a delicious -
and 1-M... K. N OonM I and If. I J.
meal time.
Mr. and Mrs Allen Truranwho a good NnNs. 10IS.
moved into their new -o- I--Mea Harrr Uwranaa and M... J.
home at 1534 Crest Drive on Mr and Mrs. Otto Muller of 5-Ads W. ,Kmb.ll. and Mn'7.B. 0 Huilon, 0.
Saturday, March 21 Mr and 1343 DePrle Road entertained 4...101.... Heard! rrood.... and Charlie
.... .
as weekend guests for the V..d."' 14Rrldit.
Truran are former residents .
Mn Stadia. M. If I p.mMra M
of Richmond, Mass We Easter Holiday their eon-in.law 1. 1'.... Ol?n and II... H. L. IlralYsfl.iR _

win these people good luck and daughter, Mr, and Mrs ...Mn lI..holn81".. w. r..I.._55. and III... W.
end happiness here in Florida Nicholas Plesco and children, LorffUr. 774J .
...0- Nicky, Nancy and Pamela s- K. Hili ..d Harry R. m.r. 74S.
Guests of Mr and Mrs Ray from Hialeah, and their grandson d--My Mae. II.riMnor,.... ItVM SeluchlUnii. Mn. :
Leach on 1941 San Remo Point Mr. Kenneth Muller of ... Coal.ot Bridn Ctak,
Drive who arrived last Friday Long Island, N. Y Mr Muller]] tmrmtoum1Hr ...... IT, fill r...

in their son and wife, Mr, and Is attending Hofstra College in and Mn. W B. P FtiflHpi inI The Tides
Mn Victor Lesch and children New York and is enjoying his .-Mn. R. F Wlln M4 CoL Ire '

Kim, Scott and Tarot of Easter vacation here in Flor 5-Ms.N..IU.. C.rt.r H.rrlii. M4 Ofu Come see the models thousands have seen and praised since the Grand I
Villa Park Ill., and Mrs. Ida. He left Sunday evening togo L H. M llw 175.4Mw. $11 2OO
l jchi brother and wife, Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Pies co to Ir..1TSV L. (,V.,. Pitttn.n w4 AI Jan., 'pening. General Development's new "Ports of the Sun" Homes. .
end Mrs Vern Sehuler from Hialeah for a few days visit l-Mn.. Jam. O K.M| u4I SI_
Larry Jnnrnwy, MT54. 2 bedroom* bath
Wheeling 111 Mr. Victor Lesch before returning to college]] YAIJT.WtST ,
I--M.. I. H. Moab an' Myra.
It i teacher of gymnastics at .
f.ehanteM 194''
Villa Park and Mrs. Schuler is -.Mr.. C. E Bryant' and N. K.I .
(teacher of the first grade in Manasota Bridge ..,.... 17.'4I .
-Mr. mat III.... B. M. Wanamakw..

Wheeling, Ill-0- 4--ITf'Mn...Harrr Lawranea and two @ lf @ @ill)
Raton, I10Ml &ftft3I
Mr and Mrs Frank Bartho- Bid $$603,981The .-.Mn. T R. Mmr and II.... Van

lomew from Freeport, L. I.. Voa Bridf.>t. 114 Stadia'-.,. M.... M... I ....
flopped by Saturday to say 1- -Mm. D. A. H."'...q and Mn
Mo to their friends, Mr, and new Manasota Key C. C 6.rdo.. M'i.I .
bridge across Lemon Bay will -1....... and Mn. R C. Huton, UViI.Mm. .
Mn Guy Woods on Bayshore Harrr Lag Eaton. tl
Drive They hope to retire in cost $603.881 under a low bid 4...M... El; .aaor Btlatchltana and
Florida In the near future so submitted to the State Road H.... Brlmar. II Vt.

(they wanted to tour the East Department Tuesday by the '
ind West Coasts of Florida before Bay Dredging & Construction Cost of the span will be shared _
This is well below by Sarasota County and the -
making up their minds as Co of Tampa -
to where to settle the previously estimatedcost West Coast Inland Navigation idLAr
of 750000. District ass .1u
-o- I r .9r .
Mr and Mrs A. J. Masin of
H25 St. Clair Road and Mr
aid Mrs A. J Gospeter of SATURDAY COR A L I
Ovtrbrook Road participated in
i benefit dance at St. Peters. SUNDAY 0

burg\ Tuesday evening, March Th Crest
31, of the West Coast Square ; U
ind Round Dance As'in. Thproceeds ftattnnqEMMY LOU
activities in few short weeks proof these are truly
will go to youth N 20 have beta sold a 14000.

rides for bends that play in pa- POPULAR SONGSTRESS 1teitirtg designs with distinctive features.

-- Enjoy Your Favorite Beverage G 2 bedrooms H i baths,, carport.

Mrs. Walter Venghaus returned Prices
At Popular
last Wednesday to her E
home in Oyster Bay, L. I. She VENICE AVENUE AND THE TRAIL

"M Mn ii been Cue a house graciously Woods guest on of entertained 1880 Mr./ Bay and- -, -_ INSTALL- &6 \\Jo 1Y@omillYllf( @

shoe seeks l Drive, the past few oIp

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We are happy to report Mr
Edward McBride on Neptune ALL ElECTRIC HEAT "VMf
Drive, who is now in the Ven
Ice hospital! and recuperating

from an operation, is getting .
long fine HtATINO ,
-oWe -
have benefit dances and f>7

Senior and Little League ball
dubs to report this week for'fry COOUNOCORF
I \ good cause. These benefit -

affairs show we still havepeople 1
with a big heart and as
"I old saying goes, "a friend 744 Venice Ave. E. Venice, Fit. 4IS.5359 The Sea Mist
In reed is a friend Indeed."
The Button and Bows Club

from a square Englewood dance at plan the to National attend EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES Great values 'n fine Florida living at really affordable prices. 16,700.

Guard Armory in Sarasota
Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. The EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY ? ocurooms,2 baths, 11 car garage
dance is a benefit dance the TRADITIONAL
Proceeds going to Mr, Woody D
rwin of Sarasota who Is re- Let us style your favorite Vase

train upmtmg operation from Callers a serious. Fred of ceramic. K bng!Into beautiful a Reify/ioj lamps. @[ ]uOOIndudea to
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Sam Christopher Prescott, Ben will donate Stark their and a All Lamp Repots &@ @w & @

tone k" rice for president this cause of. Mr.the Erwin West > W ri by &panlftCeCf CrafHmen Designers and

Coast prindpv wd is5se..
Square and Round Dance
As sn., and: we know he will ape THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
P'eclat the effort these people
putting forth. 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL ,
*-ts give our boys the support BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED LOT. OU!, .

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f Charlotte Nips Venice, 1-0 I

Indian inning. He- stole second and I third and home. Smith then
I Venice High School'
{ made a gallant effort Tuesdayto I then Gange singled sharply to struck out to end the threat
break a four-gam losing centerfield. A fine throw In the seventh, John Knott
and a relay by
succumbed Larry
streak but finally nailed Sandersat led off with a walk and went to
to Charlotte High, 1-0, in an pitcher Billow
elght-inning non-conference tilt the plate. second on a passed ball Wlitn

Loaded Jones grounded out from thirdto
at the local stadium. Bases
Lanes Early Wynn Lanes h first, Knott went to third
Myakka Both teams lost several scoring Sam Morgan and Carl Miller Caudle then hit a
during the bases and ground ball
opportunities load the
Cwnmanity" Food Poll'" HerxfcrMi. I a R AI Hey.k ('..lIn,,'. but walked to to second base and Knott was
010<1.. Adkim BMlltr Salon. IIIIII Blob L.h,1 144 tR..b.t.. En.l. regulation seven innings, Chazz Smith was sent in to out at the plate when he
( Goonra IWvlln. ))"'11... <,armr*. nand Dslt H,... 122 sod &97. ('..lIn.'. it wasn't until the top of the it.
I1I-IS I. guiwrlor' Heatlnt Ml Pint RI..k 2w1.t". .1047 Th. Dwkhnn.s 0006Bonding. a._ eighth that the first and only pinch hit for Jim Sikora He tempted to score. Thompson
National. Rank. tMl. Itn...... of the Aohor 011 oa-ls. Th. single sent Caudle to
.at.. Polly H.Kimon. Hob Harn and D.ohhnuw. 7w8 : E... W., ('Inners run went into the record books. missed an attempted bunt on second
.. J....... Standing. Dnlln* (... 1I1t.a1.. Southern Bread .a''' ,..l Pitcher Ron Billow led off in the first pitch and Gange was but Sanders fanned to close out
.. .. sod ..11..'. Black Label. ,
la.lI : A II. Hurln Hmm* 1011 ( M't-M\ between another scoring threat
the final and reached In a rundown
1 Superior Htatlna Coollni U'n-' Hmlth Draper! *nd Fabric Pat inning caught
Matter Enalewiod Hank Ill and 4'28hor. first on an error by second
MS.8rri..ft Don S lttl... II>ltU.. 'In*.. din.. and 1228 Blondio.BMM. .. baseman Jones. Right
,Y Rrothm, 210: Pod. N.Ux Wot Co.rtRoril ''n.. 1M.28: F.n.I..ood Hook 1II. \. Greg
a .M.<. 190: Splttlrr Brothrra, 1028. sod Bluth'. Ho_ of Furnltun. fielder Tom Rigg flied out to -
',in*. Hlandlnira' lulllran Doft Wal, r. ...... deep left for the first out but
".11. V.nl.. Lumber" Co.. toil: IUdfnrd pool Wynn ('... Lee r.... 14. I tt mmmJerry
natnirtlna". and Gulf CowtDnttopment 2 7-2M for "I, din Sen'ka, 110 and catcher Dave Funk followed
2..12. Ml Jihn Hoo..orth til and 17* with a triple over left fielder 1.
..Bavaria. T.....) Bill n..... Fred merb/' $04..d 571
Craig Thompson's head scoring
., ...... ...
Ita B .Bur. 241 : Bud l I-.lh.m. Olllf n- Mood In. MI. Joe Klank
Bay US: HR Bar. til; Oulf-en.Barf Will-Du-In. 257 and 5H5 txila H..Iok. Billow.
7, Bnwlrr pf the wk. John (.. .- Southern 8pHna and Btampinir. 171 and Cellura
wood Other hllh ..m.. and *anew, ..61.h; Biwl Laundry. .M> Bun. Indian pitcher Terry Caudle
Auntln Shock POP and 24, Tin 1It eoant Motel I IHI7 Bt.nding.. ; WIII.Pu.l got the next two batters on fly
_.... 212: Harold Johr.mn. 210: Her.man Inn 62,""'. Gulf Wind Marina VHt balls, ,,one to 'first baseman __ hand made
i Piko. 217 and 211 John Gawwood tl'.. end KuneoeM Mitel 67-47.
ti7 and tit, Bud Imdh m. PAY: Jinn "tooth" Florida, (.on.tnK-llon Mlled Richard; Rohlwing and the sec
G.,.w>..*l. Sll, Antln, Shock 812. Herman Rood Pannlll Pannlll Cuntom l''phobu r l : ond to center fielder Richard ARCH SUPPORTSJerry's
Dik.. oil Standlnn: H' pyl.nd. cry. a triplicate of ml Jeaal Hauler, c
20.121 Gul'.n-Har, 14-14. flail Palo Hood. Ia,ry. 1W. Kay Miller. Avenu Gange who made a Tine run- SHOE COMFORT SHOPSpeeioirf
...IT. Apparel. 4K8, S W' Jarrett The PailMart I ning catch to prevent a second
CaM'tll r'eortlit.. Norwood. PlwlPdenl. l 10 8 and 611, Th* Paint Mart,
M.U 1._. ls.buryR..ItorN .HI and IIA7 ....ndln..: The Paint Tarpon run. and Orthopedic/ SAoei
20 : Km / in Arch Support
554 : Plat ..irral ....In.. A M.... Tl1. ,.40'4. Avenue Apparel.. 71-41, I The first serious threat by
and Cape H... Water Work.. ".41. "
Salon. 2024 (Gondolier photo" be Bob Obenilorfl
Hrautv :
1071 Artlitlc
R.Nn of; ,h. ...ork. Ann. Lsdhan.0d mniiellne Bowlera Trie It...,.. CARL ROHMANN, pro.manager at Lake Trophy Charlene Rule, right, was runnerupto Venice came in the sixth 251 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL -

mod. J.Murnrry C. M/n..id., '2'jJ'9'Slondinw, : Tint :Federal En.l. Fran pool Bullock Norwood Action Rnoflne TV t04 206 and Action lIT Venice Golf Club congratulates fiene Me- the champion. Seated in the cart with Shortstop Ben Sanders was hit Store Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ph. 488.3450

f3-40: Artlatle Brant* Salon. TI..O'. .... TV IIS : Mel Wood gyetema 1410Btandlnn Pherron following her victory last week in Irene is John Snyder, who defeated Jim Mc. by a pitched ball to open the -

American Roofing af Fn......d. Nomad Rooflnt; Mel .Wood 46-10 5,0ten.and Action".19.TV the finals of the Ladies Championship tourna. Pherron (second from left) for the men's
rna M.nco-Trawf. 246 MP. ..
Kelly ,.
Pnilewood Rank 1065-8127 Bnwlrr. of I*Rerc-\an Ondal I....... Ladlei.- ment By virtue of winning the title three championship.
the ..week Bob Vaahlnder and Bill Hail.*. Ad Mueller. Werk Machine Oh.... tit years in a row Irene retired the Brohard
Oth.r huh. a-amea, Va.binder 120 Ken ...
and .O. Bhlrlev Mauiuark Bud' $
lUndrlck.. Sll: Bill H...., SI". StandInnt ber Shop 206 and 626: Rawlea Spirit.,"
Tan Hau 02.16 American 1021 and I0<6: Bud. Barber Shop. 10211Standlnn ThREE
Roofing O-ll : KIT Ajreney Inauranea, Gao Metala n... Clare !
M-20 N.J. Apia.. 8.',-4S',. and Payne of I Golfarama Sunday At Quad City I
Bummer* N._.. Phil r..n_. E..I..ood, 6N0.Mswnle .
Rood Ualry" 2S4-AOI Bard Monufs Lg.go. !>no D..I Rul.
'Pin" Ca. 14 .270a. R......... of ill. flana 20' and 694; Riifflana. 7K7: Imp,'.
.wk. Phil G.n" Other hhh 0w tnd.0wwt 2277 gtandmnl Craftamen, 82.20 Hufflana.
: -
Bill Grove 401: Bill (.rove tilr 211>>.HI. and MaHen 27-25.Enalcwood Area golfers are invited to $15. Then four $10 prizes and reached an all time popularity
>0, Harry Lanlu. 225 Htandlnn: FaUuff MI.... Fn. play In the first annual Venice ten $5 prizes given to the closest this winter with a record number
Wtahlnir" Well MM' H..MI't Dairy 12li :- Mavld., WIII.nu.ln.. 101 Grace Webber I
Venetian Gardena. 10.1H. Lnnlewood Kavlnaa a Loan U., East Golfarama to be staged to the pin on a yet to be of players, Wright said. FULL DAY OF FUN at
Venlce-Nokoniii Bank G... >nd nolll Bruce ("aldwell. Grove CHr 64. 111 and all day Sunday at Quad City announced hole, and others. Although the course has a
_Mad. Pnwra. Farley, Funeral Home 5M Petea Tav... .05 sod 2402. Alond.
101-620: Mol Tordll Pte.n.P.r. 120: Inn, Pete. Tavern. ....., FnelewoodJ.vlne Golf Club The course greens were pro lights players can begin early
John Hun4r. Mokko LP C... 000 PI.Pty .. *. Loan. U- .. and Will. Lane The event is part of a celebration nounced in excellent conditionby Sunday and play only until
Drue. 1076 Fu..., Funeral Court 61' 47. the East
I : by Venice Is 58 It dark.
Horn. $062. Bowlera of th* wrk. Pat Bill Phillip. Ford. Mlied Lola Wright and par I
.... .. Community in conjunction with EASTALL
Pander and John Hunter Rtandinn: Benefleld Hal lard T. III G. VENICE
Hendrlcka Conatruct: 41.7 Ple-n. trud Klaak. Oleon Bakery. ml and expansion plans and new management
Pay Drua?.. 11-17. Klwania Club and 4'7 Goon Nlrhole H.......'. Sinclair. .
Pabat Blue Ribbon, MlfRoaaewlvaa 211 and 1.7 Dale. Gun p.lntln" By Annual Venice Navy League
Vera Davla. rVlmmeraKeal Gumm til : Land-O-8un. ao|, Paintlnc Anyone is eligible to play in
t KataU, IIW: Franc Haurka HOTMa By "u..m. *uv and 2X10 Standlnn, the blind bogey Sunday and
Olaon.I Bakery. .1-1'. Hrlaer. 8lnrlear.
>.!m Dsotw... Biwlrr 4..7'Iok.o":of
Batickn Stand,nra: Wlm....... Roof, tf .47......Bobble. the 67-110 GPilro.' ..split I..nd.O.SUn: Pat" Carney??., this day. Prizes totaling $250 Installation Set SaturdayA
tat. 941, Cori Gala. It: Venetian Carai -
Gladya will be awarded, and with the
.M. SO Split\ ennvrniont Cora HrvHn Adkln Beauty Salon. ( 710apllt.
a-7: Lla Swliher, 1-10: niilda Boyd AJBP BOWIINQKarly blind bogey handicap anyonecan third high.ranking U.S. tion dinner which will see Robert -
1-10 Van list.., 1-10: VI Pitman. t- PROGRAM; win according to Jim *
Wyan Hennr officer will be the guestof
10: Shlrk-r Smith 0!.10. Loelll Chap- Bette Aurtia.tine Navy S. Baynard seated as
nan l-7-'. 156 and 50/ ;: Allen Ik,In, 170 Wright course co-owner along the Venice Navy League
sod 470. of the Venice
....1.r DtlaMU Eada Thompaon. Ksry. Winn J.nis. Llods H.rtY with Tommy Bolt. Council at fifth annual installation
).t-4.': Molly C...... II*: Bill Brown. lit sod 440 T..... 1_. ,11. Prizes in order are $50, $35 ceremonies for the local League Council, succeeding
l.,: Una 11_.. 10.7."*t. Bn..l., of GOLFARAMA
the w.rk. Ola Wlannan and Bill Brown NMX.IXNIINXNXNXNINNII/MINMIIINHINXNMNXIwMIXNIMI I, / / 11r unit on Saturday. Mayor Smyth D. Brohard.
Final pundinn, H'rtl 01...*. .).%-
Capt. Andrew t. Burgess, Admiral Kim was tapped as
Hollow and
"' '10' rob* -4l: Bknnk 1'
Hot Do. .IO. chief of staff and aide to Vice a substitute for Admiral Fitz
Uttr.ll Cosset )ackl Fanninin GOLFING Admiral Fitzhugh Lee, chief of
n.- : Bill Blrwltt ion Hill Plndrr. hugh when the latter was call
at Pensa-
167: Hnlahota, '74.18M. Bowlm of ill. Naval Air Training ed to Washington for high-level $ $ PRIZES $ $
wck. Clar. SUrn. and Grn N ly"tandlnri M cola will accompany Admiral
(!- Swmx. n.IO. ,' Lucky J. W. Reeves Jr. to the ban conferences on naval affairs
Jon and Will Do*. i7-tl V rai VUtllant with
p 611446'4.mood. quet and installation of officersfor Other Navy League officersto
.. Nil Mlua1 Holra. Kl|. I the Deck.
... Rtat. Farm Inaoranra. ITa: Betty CARL ROHMANN the local unit at be installed Include George
MrAM, Mvakka Enurpriiaa. 44 AotMyakka PRO-MANAGER house restaurant. 1st $50.00.2nd. $$35.00.3rd $15.00 and others
Cho..n.n Myskkt Enterpolsw. 111-611 F. Gibbs, executive vice president

Fnterpriaa. KIT.tUI. Bnwltra LAKE VENICE GOLF CLUB t ; William P. Toole first
of th wk. Betty MeAto and An
wNNNMNN/MNMIM/11111110$1.... ,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, 4P
(_...... Pep Kunkl.. plrkad tip th* "?" "" ,.:: vice president; Gene L. Green, *
Sit vplt., Ptandlnia' Royal Cabinet
TVj-44H' ; Mvakka Entr...'.... 16ro! FINAL RESl'LTS OF ALL FLIGHTS Brohard James Ponder III,
4i<4: Flaher FWtrlc. &T'.a4.. Lake Venice Flight-Guy Bennett over Lou David 3 and 2. Harry H. Britton and Jerome Gt up a founoms and enter the first annual Golfarama at Venice Edit. No green
Rlark LaM. Srrau-k Bud
Uedham t Sun Paint ('0.. Z.4 : Glen Pelican Flight Dr. R. Wilcox over Al Stoughton 2 and 1. G (Jerry) Hill, vice presidents few all day Sunday. Enter the blind bogey tournament. Win one of the many

Quaint. Lot' Outdoor. 69H. Th. Men Alligator Flight Col C. Richmond over A. Norton 4 Y William E. Birmingham
Shop. Ml Wata Auto Bervle. 2.... 3. J R valuable prizes. First prize 5000. Free refreshments B* oar guest and have fun,
Bowler" of th. ....k. Bud Udh.m and treasurer; Paul E. Sand-
Ktandlnn: Woof Auto Brrvlra. 1087Bodairer Nine Hole Flight-Wendall Grant over E. Van Ness, 2 up ers, secretary; T. Lamar Hai-

$0: Nokns4 Palntlnv Mo..m.and...Lex. 47'Outdoor,-19'',. Oth.er 40Falataff -. Congratulations to all of you. en, Judge advocate, and Dr E. WE'RE CELEBRATING

hln nmw .nd ..,1.., GI.. qu.InL Robert Chable, chaplain.
102.219.II7-41a.: Vi MeCI.ln. to"IO. FOOTBALL TO GOLF IV NEW YORK

tll.alT pill Rt.hl: .Rod. 21B'r-Ih.m.Earl Pdn.10'.2"-II4.aa.124: VmDi. Starting on Friday April 10. over 500 college and high +rrxJF1 L.Installing Conner, officer a charter will\ memberof be John THE NEW LOOK AT VENICE EAST

.,.. III : 140., Joh..... sod Bob school athletic directors from all over the country will gather
the Venice Council, who will
N. 21.
for a four-day clinic in ,
Elmsford N. Y. Y
Farly Bird Mad Pow.n present certificates from the
Pow Oil 1 1U : Jerry Shell Although football will be the topic for this clinic, golf will Advisory Council on Naval NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Lewi Pools. 224: Henry Wenkman 100. make a two-hour
appearance on Saturday. Yours
Lewi Pool. SH Pure nil tUO. Bowl truly Affairs ACONA) to new
era Ih* werk. Dura Jean B.nej and scheduled for that day.
Honry Wnkman. Art Ruaaell bad ... Golf is becoming major of all members New directors of the VENICE EAST IS ON THE MOVE
a part school athletic
und hlirh) alncle. a 221, Standings, Pals programs local council will be named by
...,d& Awnjnn. it.20: PUN Oil IS-tl : but school programs for teaching this sport is relatively ""'110- the president following installation -
V.nlo. Goo Co.. 14'i' .21 Vi: Seymour new. "
M I red. 1121BI.I..k .
In....... RrrneU Domln As a professional in Cincinnati, I conducted classes for } 'f\\; *
Duncan Chevrolet and K..io Hough both the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University along f' /
Shoal. In. 219 Ho.nia Domln lLemon '
Bay lumber. !lull' and D meanChevrolet with many high schools in that area Through this media, ._
2929. Rohs.. nf th..k. many youngsters became familiar with this sport, where as --- --- -rN- J for an

Kerin Weatfall Houvh.on'.and...... Helen the II.in Wright anllt Edith 0.1.. without it they may never have had the opportunity. CAPT. A. L. BURGESS enioyableday GOLF NOW OPENNEW
end Millie, Rorhevlll. picked up th. Probably one of the outstanding graduates from these

T4I 1-7-10. :. WolferK Standing Ona.Hour' Duncan, Martinliim Chevrolet, school programs is Jack Nicklaus from Ohio State This Admiral Reeves and Capt. of _

77.46: C..wm"n. Hom_ 10'.40'6.' young man, under the tutilage of Mr Robert Kepler started Burgess will arrive in Veniceby

by hitting balls in a class at State.LADIES' plane at 2 p.m. Saturday. TRY model homes for your inspection

CLINIC The banquet is set for 7 p.m SARASOTAGOLF

Each year, I have conducted clinics here following a reception for the CLUB
at the club for
Navy brass at 5:30: p.m. at the
beginners and experienced golferi] This year these clinics DAILY
home of Mayor and Mrs. CO AA

"lkr will start on Thursday morning April 30 or May 7. Two sep. Smyth D. Brohard. I FEES . .. .
erate classes will be conducted over a 5-week period You Admiral Louis J. Kim com Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
lfJ need no equipment as this will be furnished. Since these of I
mander the U.S. Naval Baseat South of Sarasota

classes calling in have early.Jaycee been. fairly large in the past, I would advise Key West, will be the fea ...1& .
tured speaker at the Installa-
Finals --

acts will compete in *
I the finals of the Venice Jaycee w LESLIE C.

$95 talent contest series Sunday at

2 p.m. at the Gulf Theater 1 NEW SUBDIVISIONS

\\\ The winners of preliminary ,
contests will vie for top prizeof IL MILLERG.O.P.

f ,,.. a $273 Mercury outboard *
f //I 1 .... motor, second prize of $50 and 0'

N it.: third prize of $25. 5- j CANDIDATE DIST. 3
I r 'f The Sunday finalists will Include ': NEW CONTRACTORS
"'*'- R. L. :. .
I.'j.-: :. (Bob) Anderson; ,

.. Tom Lynn Corbett Landgraf, Patti and Johnson Melody, k SARASOTA COUNTYCOMISSIOKER Let qualified and eiperi.nced horn builders build the horn of your cHoic.

Wendt of Venice High School; .

Jan Buskirk of Venice Elementary rv .DON GORDON CONSTRUCTION CO.

iw School and the Low DON GORDON CONTRACTOR

Notes, South Venice barber. .

Members of the Low Notes

are Earl Smith, Elmer Phelan, CHARLIE HANCOCK, Manager & Contractor

Harry White and Frank Bemm. '

Proceeds from the Sunday An entire life time devoted to the development and implementation of project ; : *

:w: afternoon events will go to the requiring the tame diversified technical services encountered in the many operations ",- ." ,
I': Loveland Children. School for Retarded COMMISSIONER.Help of community. life, qualifies LESLIE C. MILLER to serve as your COUNTY ?" '> : :. BE OUR GUEST SUNDAY

G Horton-Snyder Duo ,' >.; 'f' SEE, ENJOY GOLF

.rAM.. return our property values to normal through efficient, good governmentand .. .',", I BEAUTIFULVENICE

LVMGA Winners common sense spending of your tax dollars.

Bill Horton and John Snyder

ALPHAMusic scored a 63 to win the two ball '

& Appliance best Lake ball Venice tourney Golf last Club.week at VOTE MAY 5th PRIMARIES EAST"A

Second in the Lake Venice I

18 Yri. Opp. Theatre Men's Golf Assn sponsoredevent

I 307 VENICE AYE. W. were G. M Smith and PLANNED
I y Capt. J. Root with a 64 Third Paid political Ad by Walter H. Ware, Campaign Treasurer COMMUNITY"Just

Open 'Till 10 p.m. place went to H. L. Evans and South of Venice
Lou David with a 65. -- on U.S. 41

The monthb doff fight will

bi held today through: Sunday .

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APRIL I 1964
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r N P C Club Rebekahs ....oi"

Notes I Fete a Double S & H Greene

Stamps On All
_81IaGrERITE- nlc committee MembersENOLEWOODLemon
be held
on front moving In end the boat
PETERSON Friday, April :1 at 2 p.m. at the men found the water a bit PrescriptionsVENICE
enular Volunteer Fire Community Center All men In. rough coming home Stiff Bay I
le Drill will be heldMonday tereated in a deep-sea fishing winds were churning Rebekah Lodge 80 held Us reg.
April '. at p.m. trip are urged to attend this four and five feet and one ular meeting last Thursday SHOPPING CENTER VENICE AVENUE

Dremen are urged to attend meeting experienced boat trouble and night with guests from Braden-
j f I residents who would All reservations for the bus had to be towed home. It proved ton and Michigan present It
d sew trip to Busch Gardens In Tam. to be a very turbulent trip was the occasion for birthdays
wtedjnjomrng pa on May U must be in by back, with several arriving of members during the first RESTAURANT SPECIALS

community Sing will be April 11 Please call Mrs John late, cold, wet and hungry andI three months of the year to be

,The 4 Tuesday, April 7. at 7:30.t Boyle at 424-1522 for your reservations hear a few needed tranquillizers celebrated. "Happy Birthday"
the Community Center to settle their nerves. was sung with cakes and candies
: on out and sing with -Go- Boatmen on the tables. Noble Grand THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
s trip
Increased Interest In civic Blanche Dolbee gave each onea
a neighbor and were Commodore Bob Canfield, :

Members of.0-the North Port dented community at the affairs well attended was evi Frank Crulsemaster Wood, Glenn Jim Charles Chance, I There gift. will be a banquet held T-BONE FRIED FILLET COUNTRY I;'

Club held meeting of the Civic i
rlolte Hobby a Association David Balanov, Cyrus Howie by the Orange Blossom Club
chwn at Ryder's Congress of North Port Charlotte Carl Kissel, Tony Miller William I, Friday at Early Wynn's Steak
Harbor last last Wednesday evening! STEAK SNAPPER FRIED STEAK
in Charlotte There Blankenbaker, Fred Johnson House, followed the next night
Atesday, Those attending were discussions' on a large va- Alan Dagg, Kenneth by a card party of the Triple r
enjoyinit the food and the riety of subjects Gibbs Paul Zulauf Link Corp. in the lodge rooms
,i sere! Mr.. Tamar Wilson, The appointment of a com- New and William Brink I The Odd Fellews will hold a 97( 82( 82( i
vie Von Rebberg, Leona' bittee to meet with the city luncheon card party, April 9
Esther Brown, Hazel commission was authorized. The next Boat Club meetingwill at the Hall at 12:30: with the

Lr Ellen Kirk, Iva Van- The association voted to Join be held on Thursday, April donation $1.00. .
Catherine Rhodes, Al- the Council of Neighborhood 18 at 7:30: p.m. at the Community -
Clara Hartup, Associations of Sarasota County Center
1, Gooden,
ji Blend Edna Houck -0- Area Coin Club

., Gutzler, Florence Feen- Final plans for the Gay
n a:.ian Frustorfer, Florence fmeties Picnic for Saturday, World 2743 War In I Veterans Barracks : Head Resigns
North Port Charlotte
nov. Marie Kuehl, Helen April 11, were approved. I,
lion. Gladvs Schofield, Eltli April 1 was the deadline for will hold their regular F. w. Douglas! has resigned!

:')'ett\ Mabel Hale, Ada submission of entries in the $25 o'clock meeting at this the Community afternoon at Center :I'- as president of the Venice Area DRISTAN I TABLETS 58' WtrCHAIRMAD'

Partln: Gladys Voss Ross savings bond new emblem con. Commander Rodmen announced Coin and Currency Club His LA

:Olyj Florence Westlund, bv test. Entries were accepted this will be a very resignation was necessitated IOTTLI Of 14 tic $111.MASSEMGILL..................................
tn E Lee Olga Johnson, Mr Baldwin at 367 Angle by his business affiliation.
special meeting since deleKates
'.:c Hurtung and Anna Kes- Place and Mr. Nelson at 203 taking him to Cape Kennedy Of' ALUMINUM
will be
chosen for the
Allen Road The winner will be three coming conventions The Larry McIntosh, the vice- POWDER 76< AND STURDY VARIEO -

-.01ne announced at the April 22 meeting district convention In Venice, president, will preside at the COIOI WUII -

"! were 49 members prey and the new emblem will I the department convention In regular monthly meeting to beheld S OZ. IOTTU Sill $111ABSORBINE ................................. NO. FOLDS FOt
it the Greater Pittsburgh be featured in the North Port Orlando and the national Wednesday, April 8, In the AST STOUN4.
bi dance last Saturday Charlotte City Directory Mr vention to be held in Chicago. community room of the First lOCAL POI HOMCPARADES.
niM at the Community Cen- Nelson advised that all members Federal Savingse and Loan JR.IOZ. 56 CAM. cr
Entertainment was fur. would receive gratis Members of both the Auxiliary !- Co, Venice Office at 8 p.m. IN*. SUCH IK.

led by Mr Charles Murray, copies of the new directory and Veterans will meet There will be a coin auction IOTTIE tIs SIZE..................................
-mber ,f the Port Charlotte about May 1. next Monday evening, April 8 and members present will be
'it Band and he was dressin The .11-<1ay bus outing to at 8 p.m. for a covered dish eligible for a door prize of a 2')
supper at the center Mrs. GERITOL EXILIR 1.67 COMPARI TO
regulation Scottish kilts Bunch Gardens on May 11th United States current proof set
Louis VuVU
Schmelke, Auxiliary M.tg
Interested is
the bagpipes Mrs Anyone cordially
j plt\ed danced evidently. will prove most successful president, urges all the members invited to attend.Cancer 12 OZ. IOTTLI. 52.9$ SITE................... ... -
'Ic Cameron the Mr John Boyle

"lit hlind ed the Charm Fling door Beauty prize which Salon was do- bus already" loads passed that and reservations he one will and receive a have half announced ,hold April to attend.its 7,meeting at The 1:30 Auxiliarywill on p.m.Tuesday Society SECRET DEODORANT 42'' CUPONUMBRELLAS

,i bv Mrs Homer McKrella additional reservations up to I Meets At NPC CREAM DEODORANT... Na SIZEESOTERICA ...............;i....::i i
door prizes were won picnic time on April 11 Mrs Spencer Riley In Warm I
Talbert and
Mrs Raleigh Many members have expressed Mineral Springs was hostess to i NORTH PORT CHARLOTTEMr
1 Walter Earnest The next a preference for after. Circle No 2, First PresbyterIan Donald Turner, executive HAND ATTACHES TO
see will be on April 18 and noon meetings over the evening Church at her home on director of the American CHAIRS,

member are urged to at- meetings The possibility of Durango Avenue yesterday Cancer Society of Sarasota 1 OZ JAR SI.09 SRI.................... ... TAMES, RC.
'"1 and bring their friends. hOlding an afternoon meeting afternoon. Mrs. Ruth McWil- County, was guest speaker at
The Greater Pittsburgh Club each month in addition to the llama is Leader of the Circle the meeting held Tuesday evenIng :::al I
I meet tonight at 7:30: at the regular fourth Wednesday Circle No 1 will meet on March 31, at the Community 98 OWES e
amunity Center evening meeting Is being ex- Center
Tuesday. April 7 at 2:00: p.m. SPREAD at
plored. Those members In favor
Mrs Lilly Downs captainof
at the home of Mrs
\\k card) party and fashion of such a meeting should
er- the drive North Port
Doan 109 Merril St. Mrs. Al-
v will be sponsored by the >ress their wishes to any of fred Kelsey Circle Leader Charlotte A 28 minute film on HOME PERMANENT 99
1JIIbliran Club of North Port the officers or directors cancer was shown at the meeting .

irlotte Saturday at 1:30: p m Carl Mayer l III president of Svdney Mrs Albert Ave., will Knight be ,hostess 600 West to after which Dr L. A Will NAT ADV IRAND SI.00 VALUI........................ COM PAM TO
4!Community Center Dor'Srhueler. the Civic Association. conducted a question and answer Sin VALUES
club president -0- Circle No 4 on Wednesday; period. Also attending the
il narrate the how and the There were 78 members and April 8 at 2 p m Mrs. Arnold meeting were Mrs Charles t

'that will be furnished by guests at the last meeting of Nonnenberg will be in chargeof McQ Roberts chairman of the
Menus Apparel Shop of the North Port Charlotte the Circle study. Mrs Wil-
Boat South County Cancer Society FOLDING BED
\wood.\ Models for the Club when they gathered early fred Churchill is Leader of the Mrs John Rice, Mrs. Charles 20" BREEZE BOX FAN

tOl be Rita Boyle, Janet for' a covered dish supper at Circle Labonowsky, captain for Warm WITH MATTRESS
M, Iva Doan, Rule Wilt !- the Community Center. Mr Circle No 3 will meet the fol. Mineral Springs and Mrs. Sam

'! UHian Downs, Lillian Jack Stanford of the Stanford lowing week on Tuesday, April Galloway from Playmore. t SPEEDS! MANUAL RIYIR- VlIGIIi FOAM MATTRESS
n4nI and Christine Floody Marina in Englewood and a 14, at 2 p.m. with Mrs John SIILL USI IN WINDOW, ON i Il ---- COVERED WITH NIATT
f C tn teen-age models will member of the Governor's Citizens Dempsey, 236 Dorothy Avenue No business deal In Arabia Is FLOOR. ITC. AS EXHAUST DUTYTICEING.1.
Item and Constance Burt. I Advisory Committee of Mrs. Gordon Blend is Circle complete without a cup of coffee FAN COOLS UP TO S ROOMS. ALUMINUM TUIU.

':"Ie Installation of officers Charlotte County spoke to the Leader, 1 I CHAIN LINK/ LAI FRAME COHSTIUCTIOH. -
1 be held at the next meet- : group on the red tide and what ------ -- B : $f IN"'IN* f._ .
11ft Wednesday evening i I. being done to correct It. 15118 1I FOR COMFORT
fJ I at 7:30 and Senator Final plans were made at the '
'mien Henderson will be theft I meeting for the Saturday Boat- RAMBLER DODGE Len; FOLDS FLAT FOR STOIA4L |11 J

speaker end his subject a-cade to the Oyster Bar in U5> S. Tamiam! Trail 488.3965-488-6150 COMPARE TOYALUES 999
1 bt on the Homestead Act. COMPARE TO S24,,$ VALUES $1795
Alligator Creek south of Punta SPECIALIST IN. .
imfroui other candidates arenerted 'Gorda Fifteen boata participated ,
to attend this meetto
in the cruise down the
Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
this Is an excellent op"wuty I Myakka River and across
to meet your candi- Charlotte Harbor. There were Front End Alignment Oil Change UTILITY INSULATED
as 52 at the Luncheon and en- Front End Overhaul Adjust Headlights Baa mi ALUMINUM

...0- toyed the delicious seafood. Wheel Balancinq Electrical Repairs
P-wdent Dorothy Schueler The boat trip down was very Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand CART TRELLIS Picnic Bag

1 Vice President Carolyn Peasant and smooth but whenit Radio Repairs ard Transmission Repair

ten, will attend the Repubin 1 came time to return the Airconditioninq Repairs and Installation THERMO
Convention being, held on weather was changing with a .UIL"'N w' FROST" IlPftlIAO ,
i 17 and 18 at the Ponce de WHEELS PLUS CARIIIR a ruoael ) TO KEEP
"n Hotel in St. Augustine. I. I HOOK ATTACHMENT ovu S' FOOD HOt 01 I

i. Schueler Is also making<< CONYEATSAMT.L aivnna' OP COLDMA01 ICU,,.
"ns lor a coffee at her home FROM HOSE CART TO II
I East Safford Terrace, on A Warm Welcome Awaits You UTILITY CARL COMPASS TO PROOF RESISTANT WATtt t.
$5.0. VALUE
'"I 30 from 10 a.m. till :1 p. COMPARI TO 'I NT299 \,
and numerous Republican

Mates will attend this af- At 88 149
and you are Invited to 4
'e and meet the candidate

Civic Association of
<*! Port Charlotte will hold

Mual spring picnic on Sat.
ay. April 11 at the recrea-
"> fet of the Community CHAISE LOUNGE BABY PANTS

The "G.y Nineties"
I the theme of the picnic
Prizes will be awarded for TUBING AND
f best h
costumes Come and VARIED COLOR WEI.UNO '
3'old fashioned melodies by 7il4 STRANDWEIIINft WATER-PROOF KHUMADI v
'"Hen'sQuartet FOLDS AAL
end the new.
Kitchen Band"
flfcclal meeting of the pie- CHAUL

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Fridays 5. 8 P.M. 'eyesiiiis. s. 69 rl ,1.4 VALUES lJ9tVALUESJ

itaea of' tn.urane. ti gold. (Oa J COMPARE TO :

I. But it sp..L loudly for

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b', nr., Theft. or PersoMI l LtbErn 1
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White supplies last We reserve the rIght to limit qusntitiw. Federal fez where applicable I II I




Moment of Decision THE -


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To The Editor: twenty rnlts to pre -
Your front page article in roads for the homeown, .
answer to Mr. Powers letter I sincerely: hope that
The A.erfeud' parr ..1001..1 ..'ltl' regarding lot clearing deserves Powers or some other lot
II u. tae r.e.blk rb..1 all a..e n.e.kA..data to o, :
U or. .... ote"nlq.edIt' ..d. 10 Lhl. papa., .114 .... IoaI1 __ p.N4hea" _.. AU ...... et ...... IIoa.... some further comment. I live er will make a court test .
of _101 41OpaWh. .ro .100 e..e'd. Venice and wife this matter before at
Th. .... and .....1 .....,1.'., .naknt of ear ..._ 10 rrllW W IY __....... to ear in South wilderness my which to being clubbed IUbcnitlUtc
pr..Ip/ tarbldd.e .aerpt .by .rl_ .......... + and I love the over the hs..
comes to our property line. I with this law which la, II

;I 'ubll. '" I.., II..... and ftu..... Fiom 111-14 K MtamlEnlm4 A..e a f"p alllO 1 own tome vacant lots In :' South' Venice Is oo" fir
A. SKOB OM Matter At Peat Offlw Al V..w P1..l1 the subdivision and If either rank Injuatiee.SOUTH. d

the County or the SVGA has VE.N1C1:
EDWARD D. BALL Editor and Publllh those Iota cleared I am pretty HOM1.OWNu! ) :

r COURTNEY WILLIS Executive dater!: sure that somebody else but -
me will pay the cert. In other To The Editor" :
SAM DILLON News and Newsnheto/ Editor = words. I very much doubt the The poem below, ?__

ROGER KILBY Mechanical Superintendent" constitutionality of the lot *d by us Just a few we* ,
clearing law as far as South It was written by ouVirm

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3.25 per year, $3.25 per six months, $2.75 Venice is concerned.The daughter. Lynn c. Meyer, ?

per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $IUS per year, M.:29 people who built homes. years Alaska old the, who has )UM 1&
1 there taw the wilderness surrounding past four .,,.
per sax months, $3 per three months Now "her Alaska f
cleared to
their property, des
-- -
-- their own Iota and buDt their aster area!

homes. They did it with their WHAT IS ALASKA

eyes open and they knew they Alaska is the moumi a.
An Indictment would be In a small Jungle of lakes and rushing a*&-!
It is the northern lights. .1
scrub oak and palmet
ww, 6l wG all iU beams
It U the
Two candidates for the presidency of share the guilt. It wes the henchmen end Let's look a little further into the snow,pussy wiUewi k

the United States, one of them President partisans of President Johnson In Congressand the controversy of homeownersversus And the sunsets that thmglow
lot owners.I
today and the other governor of a greet those of Governor Rockefeller In would guess !that at least What is, Alaska?

fate, stand d.linquent today 'in the matter Albany who I.t the cause of ethics falter half of the homes in South It is the land wife pads'

of ethics in government, President and be beaten back. No amount of sophistry Venice are assessed so low that of fur

Johnson has defaulted In ( in the i they get oft scot free of real It is the warm, summer nt
eldership can excuse top man. estate taxes and road taxes. In thru the firs,

probing the Bobby Baker case Governor Is President Johnson to be excused for addition, quit a number of It is the old-timers nd ft
Rockefeller has supinely let a compromise homes are bulging at the walls gold miners that nub
erode the ethics In law evading an inquiry that would involve with children whose parentsare Alaska grow,
government himself! Does the President of the United afar getting a free ride in This I is what Alaska U, 111!
for New York State which could have the education of those :young one and only horn.
States take the Fifth Amendment?
been a model for everyone. Too Late To HALEY sters. On the other hand the Mr. and Mrs. It J. Ma.w
Are these charges partisan? Yes The owners of vacant property are Sunaet Beach Drift
It U all/ very well to say that Congress paying real estate taxes, school South Venice

and the Albany Legislature, ire American system has political parties and REPORT texts and in addition are paying P.S.-We have just heard !th
respon they have their duties to the Constitution By RUSSELL EAT library service available. a fantastic road tax of Mayer family is sale!
sible. They are. But the chief executive Every thoughtful citizen recognizes
1 of the United States and the chief exeeu- and the people. We are partisan This column isn't concernedwith the importance of li. By REP. JAMES A. HALEY GOOD NEWS!
enough to consider that a Democratic "This Was the Week That braries. high school and
tine of New York State cannot escape Was." It has to do with a Moat Americans, I am sure,
the duty to lead. We have trouble .nough President and a Republican Governor, "week to be" National Library college student, every one con-that agree with the objective of the
with problem
r both for the any Administration's national Beatlemania Fades
standing most Import.ntoffice proposed
Week, April 12-18.
keeping government clean in the United calls for research knows the
It I is I
in the land have let the American war on poverty.
States. The While I don't go in for"weeks" importance of a competent library ,
fingers of corruption are al. laudable objective at any time,
people down. From the top where they as a rule this one I service, not only for our
but especially so in an era of
ways outstretched Public morality succeeds stand. can approve for I am sold on metropolitan areas but also for affluence. Teen Set
or fails In the key battles like these libraries and their Importance our small communities as well. rather widespread Reports

where enormous effort Into an important If there is no strong protest at moment to us in cresting a better Show me a community with It Is the type of thing to
goes like this the cause of clean governmentfails. world. a good library and I will show which Americans traditionallyhave BT Eugene Gilbert I liked them too." says ftit

I exposure and an important corrective The momentum of reform movements Florida might well stop and you a community that Is going responded generously, President of the Bratton, 18, of Upper ArIina-
law. count its change as far as libraries plsces. Believe it or not, but ranging from township poor re Gilbert Youth Research Co.; ton, Ohio.
is broken The extenuating circumstances, are concerned for political industries concerned with find lief to help for Chilean earthquake The reign of the Beatles may Undoubtedly the most (tar!

For a chief executive to sit back and which can always be found, destroy the and public apathy have ing a location are as much con- victims, to vast foreignaid be loud but it won't be long, our characteristic of the Belles .

say little or nothing, or pretend to keep decision that has to be made. served to place us in a very cerned with adequate library programs.But say American young people. is their Edvrsrdian hiudo ,
poor light compared with thereat facilities as they are with Forty-five per cent of the *. Most of the teens tern
hands off which means letting the battle- We protest-with all possible strength. of the country. We shouldbe schools, climatic and living there Is a difference be. 1375 teen-agers we interviewed to feel that the unusual oath

charge for decent government fail, is to Christian Science Monitor ashamed to admit it but conditions. tween objectives and the recently think the longhairedboys okay on the Beatles, but tap

the fact is there is no libraryin While our universities and means by which attainment of from Liverpool will stop wouldn't want to see the

the state that would be considered colleges, our high schools and objectives are sought The waving their mops in front of friends with shaggy mope Su

HI adequate according to some grade schools maintain antipoverty program submit audiences in a year or less; 18 ty-five per cent of the young
the standards of the American libraries most of them are understaffed ted to The Congress by the per cent give the Beatles two women like the style, but tans
Cracking Down On Absolutism Library Association. and with insufficient President will require much years of popularity. quarters of them wouldn't was

II Public apathy is our greatest funds to do the job they are thought and debate, not only Whatever their future may their boyfriends to switch Otlj

handicap. We need to awake to supposed to do. Our Parent. by the representatives of the be, the Beetles remain at the 43 per cent of the boys appmt'
By THURMAN SENSING of Robert F. Kennedy. The mail watch the importance of the libraryto Teachers Associations have people In the House and Sen top right now and an amazing of the shaggy mops and orij

Executive Vice-President also applied to Mr. Cohn's attorney. I our community and arouse been extending a helping handto ate, but by the people them 85 per cent of the girls say 17 per cent have copied there

Southern States Industrial Council public support of a program rectify the situation but selves. they're Beatle fans The boys Disapprove of Seresmlur
Judge Dawson, when he learned of this 1 that will give our communityand they can't do it alone and untilan aren't as impressed by the Beatle appearance bit

; Like Dave Beck, who preceded him as police state surveillance measure, denounced its citizens the kind of that aroused Florida be public placed demands on anequal This Is an enormous program quartet only 58 per cent of been notable for the autism
library service they are entitled the most comprehensive the young men like then Almost reactions which often dram
president of the Teamsters Union James and charcteristie footing with the rest of
as "shocking" more j to.Moat plan to help the poor and all the teens 97 per out the singers themselvn
4. R. Hoffa has discovered at last that no of Russia than. the United States. of us recognize the fact the nation we must continue to illiterate via government cent have seen the Beatles Most of the young people to

man is above the law in this republic. 1 that libraries are worth while hang our heads In shame and ever envisioned for the United perform at one time or ..nother. approve of this type of reads,
admit deficiency
he Watching the mail of citizens who have 1 but we have not concerned our States home front. Its ultimate and 82 per cent 93 per tee
Though once said "I immune If want to help, becomea
am ourselves with how they are you coat will be enormous. Its first. Just what makes the Beatles of the boys and 75 per cent III
not been convicted of crime is not member of "Friends of theLlbrsry"
u Hoffa learned otherwise when a federal any ]built and maintained. We know year coat, slightly under $1 billion -and Beatle fans tick Approximately the girls I say they wouldt

jury in Chattanooga, Tennessee, found him prosecution but persecution.. It is a technique i that a small portion of our tax local librarian Association.about Ask it. your Join may be reasonable, considering one-third of the act this wsy. Despite suck to

guilty on two counts of trying to subvert right out of the book of tote lit", j money goes to their support and do your part to give Florida all that is Involved boys and one-fourth of the girls approval, the fans do go vm!
but we don't know how much and that the President proposes are attracted to the Beatles by In the presence of their idols
ian state police methods. Indeed it is the library service it de
.. the jury that heard his conspiracy trial and seem unconcerned as to to find the money for the their voices and 24 per cent of Why
;l in Nashville in 1962. utterly without warrant under the U. S. 1 how our state compares with serves. first year by taking from other the boys and 30 per cent of the John Einset. U of Gfnrn

Constitution or traditional practice. As the nation as far as library programs, and thus not increasing girls like the shaggy-dog look N. Y., maintains it is just u

}I While the boss of the Teamsters has the responsible head of the Justice Department facilities are concerned.At hia proposed over-all of the young singers. other way of showing SPJHation. '

said he will appeal and there Is no telling the present time Florida DropRecordedIn budget total. But the costs Uniqueness Appeals Donna Wheatley, 18, III
ANy Gen. Kennedy should be Is spending $1.17 per capita on must soar in future years if all Many of the teens think the Miami Fla., explains HI
what the appetite courts will do, a federate called before the appropriate commit library service while the national MortgagesHome of the plan becomea law Beatles' appeal stems from tne screaming<< is just a *p |-
jury has registered its determination average la 162. For fact dif "I don't baw
tees of Congress to give justification, If that they're somehow our reaction.
really adequate library service The President said in his it JuI I !
that he is guilty as charged ferent. "They are original and the girls plan to yell,
he do for this unconstitutional purchase mortgages
can so, the American Library Association message that he is aware that really cool," says Stephen John comes out" she says.
Florida last
It is important in considering this cons snooping. The action in the Cohn case recommends $3 of.50.Physical library recorded numbered in 188,592 and totaled year his program would not eliminate Ryan 18, of Arlington, Ohio. Public opinion on the BwU*

makes citizens wonder whether a mail facilities a poverty in our country ina Margaret Lang, 14, of Brooklyn has certainly been tumult*
viction State
to look beyond the who should fit the $1,524,885.000, the Florida
programof few months nor even in a unanimous 1II!!
N. Y., likes the "be if not always
J' watch is used in the case of other citizens library service. A library is Chamber of Commerce report group
sought to be the Napoleon of highway few years, and although callingfor cause teen-agera must have does it compare with the not'tion

j transportation. The power that Hoffa has who have been critical of the administration not just the a building whole it is a service ed.Mortgages of $20,000 or less "total victory" he did not someone to go ape over once to Elvis Presley, king> at
to community,
in forecast an end to the Biblical in s while, and the Beatles rock and roll who has kept"
built into the Teamsters Union is far power.Certainly to the Home Loan are
j more the student, the researcher, the (as reported truism, "for ye have the poor IU"! popularity for about e IJI!!
'\ hurtful than anything the himself average citizen whether his In. Bank Board) are Included In always with you" the II
man: longer
if it it wrong for James R. these Compared with There are some dissenters years much
is fiction edu- figures.
terest popular or "
:""l might have done. To prevent the rise of Hoffa to attempt to subvert a jury, It is cational and scientifc subjects. 1962, last year's volume showed Strangely enough, the 20 per "They make a mockery out of" predicted for the of the Ber teeIf

I future Hoffas, the Congress must remedy wrong for Robert F. Kennedy's departmentto While Florida has a population a five per cent drop while cent of the populace the President the entertainment business, Forty-six per elicited cent Just **
the situation of nearly five million only the national total moved up says must be helped! in his says Kenneth Kleiner, 18 of think he des
one man can acquire from
,"I watch the mail of citiiens who free reaction
are Woodside N. Y. Jan McGee the same
about half of number have cent. "struggle to give
that eight per people a think lit
virtual I dictatorial power over the of any record of conviction in the courts chance" Is exactly the same 18. of Portland, Ore., agrees. fans; 32 per cent 21 percent
trucking industry. It also should be borne calculated "They are disgusting and re- caused less furror; and
It should be repeated again and againi per centage more aroused more trtereet.
; in mind that Hoffa, like other union THIS CURIOUS WORLD than a decade ago by the late voting and poor examples of say he
No man is above the law, neither Hoffanor talent and the teen-ager" she .
&en. Robert A. Taft
;ai 1 czars, has had dictatorial the as requiring aeU-re pectinf Be\ fc
power over an official ef the Justice Department.Both help from the rest of us ssys. Any
kp members of the Teamsters Union. This, and by utilizing the resources What causes a young person fan has a favorite among':

.1 too, must be changed. cases are warnings at to the danger of the Federal government. to become a Beatle fan "Ra- group. Paul McCartney the e

; I J of concentrating too much power in !C R i t s p The wisest thing about the dio programs play Beatle music first, place among of tl+. :

:i,: Thus it is not limply James R. Hoffa the hands of ambitious The laborIng Y ear President's program, in my almost continuously; after with, 64 per cent won tilt q
men. Starr
? hearing them times I while Bingo
j many
own opinion, is the effort
jt;,1 j. who must be cut down to site but union men of the nation need new safe.guards { poeed to break through pro.the began to enjoy their music," proval of the boys, with 17 P"

r "' :it i i monopoly and dictatorship itself that must against monopoly unionism, that d y ea y.4r generauon-bygenerstion pOverty explains James Taber, 10, of cent of the vote .

, I be reduced to limits that our free society ; cycle by concentrating on New Britain Conn. Publicity The teen-sgers es.s ie1r
makes them" captives of union curs who t'AI about the Beatles and the de Beatles appeal to a i iage pertleal1;
youth It 1 Is the )
tolerate among youth
It is the of
can bigness Big
make decisions / sire to become mainly
can affecting their lives if anywhere, that real gains "one of the group,. .... w
I ,., a Unionism, not the swollen ambitions of with'" only token, elections at suppeeed pro can be made in the long battle. crowd" also Influenced some and 19, but are eyeny whethK! _,
i Hoffa that the basic teens. "I guess It Is sort ef the question of
represents threat to tection. The But there is much in the program add
general needs safeguards
h contagion
freedom In the United States I of which I must be skep Everyone else liked singers'
_f against federal. power used in tical. The Area Redevelopment them so I gave them a try and their popularity.

'1'j While the Justice Department has I.b.it' ruthless ways. As Lord Acton warned a 7he Q1Q1R Program, for instance, seems Comedy Comer.MEIIBO

!: ored fong to successfully prosecute Hoffa, century ago, "Power. corrupts; and absolute to me to have been of little .
M OMOeo into A UNO HCjWaVMtfilAKP
value in providing Jobs for the
It has not shown itself <
I Interested in cutting
power corrupts absolutely A VR MUUSPtUM,governs needy and continued emphasis rill ,goer'"
i 1 Big Unionism down to site. The reason A POtff ICAR LONDON A$OMI/ft**. along this line Is highly ques
The United States hat 1 been AeCA 'btIT N& 1! NawIj 4d44 At'Bar !
i is obvious. Arty. Gen. Robert F, Kennedy > moving oTlusR.as tionable. And other than helpIng .

enjoys the support of other union through an era In which absolute power pav grocery bills, I also
I' has been doubt that a handout of $1,500 I
Hoffa vested in agencies such as unions No Spatter Ir
; curs. James R. has been the only Tit to a farm family do
poor can
union boss with which he has tangled and in departments of the central MALW P NIN 'ULA' much to halo that family operate One of the more bothersome -
d things about
The result has been using a
government. new a familr-slred farm thatIt
: ; Indeed the Justice Department itself BEES broiler is the cleaning of the
t forms of absolutism But free a PedtportQTsAT < has not been able to live off '
a societyand MAlca Mot4IY pattering it .
r: : deserves the strongest kind of criticism i In the past. :::
; : absolutism, whether it I it of the Hoffa ,
a 'I, on other matters. Within' days of Hoffa'l R. TMn true ore yea This Is not to say that the Elbow lease
j kind or of the kind the New Frontier has Ns1gR lea wMAND1ae Government should not some and determination
{ conviction Federal Judge Archie 0 Dawson } f are good
developed, cannot co-esist. Absolutism I.I it ." how deal with the national things to have, however. Youmight
JI t I' i in New York denounced an official I negation of freedom and individual /Pusea seosayAcYUMU1ATat4 !+ 1 Mw problem of poverty What I am s also try putting cancer
of the Justice Department for placing a ; F ..dW paving I is that It Is the responsibility of ammonia la thai broiler
rights. iRIAtotAa ae. i overnight i
of The Congress
to find
: t;. mail watch on Roy Cohn, I New York Y whatever practical means it To prevent* ipatter1n-at t

I r 'I lawyer, under indictment on perjury and In cracking down on Hoffa or en a may find to deal with U, but .least to keep tt to a minimum

t conspiracy charges. It happens that Mr. federal official I who oversteps hit authority plan' to beet the erotrsm 'e Inch-try water placing about an %-

I. Cohn, 0 former aide to the late Sen. the country must be sure that it of rs"the and bend them! of who the spend"do-mml.( for the broiler in pta the when bottom you of; .'E'1 ttme I walk 1ft".Jut

Joseph R. McCarthy, is a longtime target jets at the basic evil of absolutism. the sake of tpenring. coot. whPAGE


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F&P Fancy PackTom'fo' '' ___________________ Apples 3 bag 49c
IPUB DIXIE CRYSTALS (Plus 50 extra free Jv/ Green Stamps with coupon)
6 #303 1
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SEE, IF YOU CAN Venice THE P. O.GONDOLIER Box Florida 746

? Gentlemen: I want to tale advantage of your SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION

I am enclosing my wbseription for tne amount checled below;

D $14.00 FOR 3 YEARS & 90,000 VOTES
FIGURE IT ou'T $17.00 for 3 years ouhid Fl.

0 $10.00 FOR 2 YEARS & 35,000 VOTES
$12.00 for 2 years ouhlde Fl

O $ 5.00 FOR 1 YEAR & 8,000 VOTES

1-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS get ahead if people tell $6.00 for I year outside Fla.

them that they will give them subscriptions when MY NAME IS -

they get ahead? MY P.O. ADDRESS IS __

2-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS stay ahead if people MY HOME IS ON -
Help I Contestants (Nam. of Road Street and House No.T)
tell them that they will give them subscriptionswhen
they get behind? CREDIT VOTES TO

3-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS get subscriptions from
people who say they have promised other contest How They Stood Monday

Reach Their Goals I ants when they have not? Today'i standings show relative positions and progress of
4-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS make if the contestant. in The GONDOLIER'S $4,500 Subscription Con.
progress people test after the close of the first vote period Friday. March 27,
tell them that they have given subscriptions to Th. is not an accurate or actual vote count, but It does show

. When You Give YourSUBSCRIPTION other contestants when they have not? actual NAMES vote,positions.alphabetically VOTE POSITION
SHOW CAN CONTESTANTS who are trying to win Mrs. Ralph M. Adrian. Box 264 Venice. .. .. .2,425,400Mrs.
,. .
JameeLucille Altman, 938 Groveland. Venice 2,241,600
get subscriptions from people I woo Id theirs for Mea :C. Bates, Rt. 2, Bx. 1906, Nokomls ..,. 539,900
other contestants who not trying? Mrs. Jame. E. Blades Box 738 Nokomis ..,..,......2,475,300Donald
are S. Bredmg, 933 Dawn St., Venice ............2,398,300Thomas
YOU HELP THEM WIN! 6-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS get time to get moresubscriptions E. Grimm, Rt. 2, Bx. 3040 Nokomis ........2,321,000Mrs.
529 Riviera Venice
A. 695,000
J. Hightower
when it I takes time to go back after Eugene Kralik 745 Laurel Ave., Venice .. ........ 524,300
who have ? E. 1898 Neptune Dr.. Englewood 2,249,300
people given promises Mrs. Mary Kroupa
Mrs. John Kruse. Rt. 1, Box 552, Venice ... ...... 1,837,900
7-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS win when they become Mrs. Marjorie Maurice Box 357, Nokomis ... .. ...2.261.400II
"DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD and after few Mrs. Leona E. McKibben i 311 E. Safford, NPC, Venice I 947,900
discouraged quit seeing a people
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Mrs. Kenneth Norwood Box 235 Nokomis 2,376,500
HAVE OTHERS DO UNTO YOU. who put them off with these or other reasons? Mrs. Margaret Paul Mun. Tr. Park. Venice ... ..?..2,497,500Mrs.
Mildred J M. Pedersen, Rt. 1, Bx. 230, Venice ..2,465,900
8-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS WIN if they think that Mrs. W. F. Pool i. Gulf Drive, Venice I ........ .. .. : 551,000:
BE A BOOSTER someone else will and then make no effort to win? Mrs. R. Madge Powers, 617 N. Tamiami Tr., Venice..2.371,400
Ruby Robmett, Laurel............. .. ....... 523,000
Help Yourself Help A Friend 9-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS who are now behindget Mr;. Almeda Sanborn Tarpon Center Venice ........1,833,100Mrs. ,
ahead if do make effort to do it? Mary Scaghone, Box 1616, Venice 2,333,100
they not an
Mrs. Irene Shockey, 738 Cypress, Venice :::;:::::::2,274000:
TO-HOW CAN CONTESTANTS who are ahead keep Mrs. Robert L. Stephens, 731 Cypress Venice ....,...2,486,000
from staying ahead if the ones behind do not make Mrs.Mrs.: Polly Dorothy Taylor Thompson, Rt. 1,,Albee Box 703 Rd.,,Nokomis Nokomis :::::::t:.,:

an effort to get ahead? Mrs. Joyce Toole Box 935, Venice..... ........... 1,495,400
Mrs. A. C. Traver, 204 Bayshore Dr., Venice .,......2.497,100
Mrs. Viola Wood 342 Matara Ct, NPC Venice ..,.2,269,201




Opportunity t Club Coupon THE C 0 ND L I E R'S $ ,500 Contest

TIII when $30.00 worth of
tubteriptiont i coupon, will credit accompanied a contestant by with 50,000 rein An EXTRA $50.00 PRIZE Will Be Added to the Winnings of the Contestant TURNING IN THE MOST MONEY for
vote if turned in 9 P M., 3.
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: No. ......... Subscriptions at $17.00 $. ......... Announcement has been made of an EXTRA CASH PRIZE of $50.00 for the contestant turning ;in the LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY for new and w.
I newal subscriptions in the $4,500 SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST during the SECOND VOTE PERIOD between MARCH 28 and APRIL 10 *t 9 p.m.
Contestant's Name ......... .. .. ......................
ALL STARTED EVEN SATURDAY, MARCH 23. for the EXTRA $50.00 PRIZ E. The money turned 'In previous to March 28 during the first period do.
NOTE: No !limit' on the number of these coupons contestant NOT count toward winning the extra $50.00, but all that turned ,in during the see ond vote period counts toward winning the EXTRA PRIZE and the votes acJi
can use. TIlls.it. the same as the I 1ST WEEK COUPON. subscription tarns, DO count toward winning the FORD CAR or cost and other prizes on MAY 2. The winner of the extra $50.00 prize will NOT b. announcedon
April 10. If you win the extra prize it will be ADDED TO YOUR PRIZE OR COMMISSION when the final votes are counted and records checked by I board
VOTES FOR $30.00 CLUBS of judges after the contest closes.

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THIS PRIZE CAN BE WON BY ANY O R C 0 S T IN I CASH For Entrants OR Residing of Venice Outside of CUT Limit

Custom Door Six Cylinder Conventional Drive With Standard Shift Seat Belts After the Ford and $500 In cash have been awarded
the entrant from this district with the next
,II By and on Display at Heater and Defroster Oil Filter and Air Cleaner Turn Signals I 2 Year 24,000 Mile highest vote total) will be awarded the District
Prtie. No entrant can win two prlzei.
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s4 and address of contestant, filled in, and returned si WCE '
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t: APRIL 2. IfM

II I Meet The Candidates Holland Slates Vital Statistics Nokomis Netting

Sarasota County Public Hospital MajorAgTalk By MARY ALICE MURRAY
Board. Show ChangesThe
rinchhitting for Bertha Perkins I
contractor Scheb has been a general ORLANDO Hundreds of The C. R. Beans of Bay View nedy III and Danny and Katie New York City Mr. Howard
for 14 and is
owner of the Scheb Construction Florida agriculturists will be State Board of Health Parkway, Nokomis, have their Isn't enough for Mr. John- 'almost didn't make it. After
Company of Sarasota. here April 17 to hear the Itale'lsenior reported today that Florida's daughter, Mrs. Jose Menendez- ston's mother, Mrs. J E. John- all arrangements were mad
,9v' U.S. Senator Spessard L. deaths, marriages and divorcee Rea and four children visiting ston, and sister, Miss Nell she fell and broke her shoulder -
A 40 year resident of Florida Holland of Bartow, for what is Increased from 1962 to them from .New York for the Johnston, of Winter Garden, She was" coming down to
1 in 1932 he established his said to be "a major discussionof 1963. Births and infant deaths Easter Vacation. The children will be with them too. A nice prop up her sister's morale af-
became residence in Sarasota, when he state, national "and world decreased. range in age from 12 years family reunion for over Easter ter a whole year's bout witha
associated with the agricultural affairs down to four the broken foot Both sisters art
years. 10 -
H Boorde director of
Sarasota Herald. His background The occasion will Oliver ,
a non- Bean household is a lively one doing well now
also Includes the Division of Public Health Mr and Mrs Herbert Fix of
experience political luncheon, in the plan-
to the least. The childrenare --o-
Statistics, said also the state'lpopulation say Stonehman, Mass., and Hamp-
insurance since last
as fall billed
a agent, ning stages
1 enjoying our weather in Mr and Mrs. Eldon Weyrick
and was estimated at stead N. H., have been visitingthe
as a registered "thank the
representative as a you" to
fact have had the thrill of goIng of Ravenna Street Nokomis ,
of from 5639000 as Of July 1, 1963. Rudolph Murrays for the ,
a large Investment senator agricutural -
At banking firm. I segmen in every the state, from "This means the state has in the Gulf of Mexico for a past several days They have East, have 'Just had their
citrus and vegetables to turf- grown at a rate of approximately swim so fully appreciate our been In Miami for a few weeks friends visiting from Constan-
I grass, tobacco, tung nut and 17.850 persons a month sunshine but find the West Coast of Florida tine ,Mich., the Lester Spades,
with since the 1960 U.S. census when -- much more attractive for who have flown back north
honey producers some "
30-odd commodity groups represented the population was 4,951,560," Mrs Minnie Then and May everyday living We hope they and will be home when the ';
he said Rider accompanied the Jack come to stay next year. Weyricks go back within the &,$
alY r McElhaneys and their -0A week.
Committees In charge of Boorde said the state's birth guests -
--- ---I various factors of the luncheon rate has continued to decline Mr and Mrs Clyde Brandon, great thrill was won. by --- ....
ROBERT W. ZINN GORDON ADAMS cite it as "strictly nonpolitical" since a peak of 24.7 births per from Niagara galls; N. Y., to Mrs. Adelaise Mueller of Bay How about calling me about
Robert W, (Bob) Zinn, Dep- Gordon Adams with the senator the only 1.000 population in 1956 an the American Legion Birthday Shore Parkway Nokomis, your latest news, friends? Any
54, of Sara- 18 cent drop in the last celebration dinner last week. when she rolled tier winning
W. A. figure in attendance.
to political
Clerk iota is thing of Interest to will be ,
1 clerk of Sarasota Coun- a Democratic candidate The luncheon, strictly a seven years There were an All thoroughly enjoyed the affair score 'In bowling, a 714, in the you
'e ii enl a Republican candidate for the Sarasota County Public "Dutch' treat" affair at $3 estimated 114641 births last City Singles last week Hope of Interest to our readers. Giveme I
clerk of circuit court of Hospital Board. a plate Is set for the 800-ca- year against 115,248 in 1962 and -0- she can continue to go on and a call at 488-5349. 111 expert
,r ruota County A 40 year resident of Sara' pacity ball room of the Cherry 80.087 in 1953-a decade ago. Mr and Mrs. John Johnston Congratulations! the telephone to be tingling
January 1960, Zinn was sota County, and a native Flo- Plaza hotel here, and tickets Preliminary death figures have a house full of guests over all week so let's hear It.
..U at the age of 27 to ridian. Adams has been in the have been available only from show 55,543 persons died in the holidays The thrill of having Mr*. Harold Chamberlainhas
pointed hardware and 30-odd 1963 against 52,639 in 1962, but their had Pretty soon our Bertha will be
the department of the industrial supply the officials of the agricultural daughter, son-in-law a big moral boost I
,1(1 office assigned to business since 1925. He is now organizations, being the rate remained unchangedat and children all at once, name- I with a week's visit from her back. Let's give her a big welcome
iindJe( all the financial ac- president of Adams & Houser allocated In proportion to the 9.8 deaths per 1,000 population ly Mr and Mrs. Clyde Ken sister, Mrs. Irving Howard of .
Hardware and of the various organizations .
\irtinj, budgeting, minutes Supply Company membership !''I
1d auditing of the Board of of Sarasota and Venice, Preliminary figures showS
Commissioners which he formed In 1945. ,207 infant deaths among
unty Active in State and local Re- He is a past chairman of the residents in 1963, a decline of C oaaG'7a& a ?lac s.ese

bbcan movements, Zinn is Sarasota County: Chapter of theNational Kelly Against: 77 compared with 1962. j
ce chairman of the State Foundation, Inc, and A. O ANDERSON I There were 43,111 marriages
iedtration of Young RepubI of the Survey Committee of the Plan To Repeal in 1963 according to preliminary -
I' for the Seventh Con- Sarasota County Chapter of the I' A. O Anderson, 46, Sarasota figures against 41,504 in "
[tnional District. He also American National Red Cross business executive; is a candidate -:I 1962 Divorces and annulments

I-sedation rued is Director of County for the Finance State Public for Hospital the Sarasota Board, subjectto County Homestead Act to increased 22,893 last from year.22,178 in 1962 __. ...--...-..--.-. _. _.... ..-..........\...,..,.-' >._ "." ._..#.

dicers. the Democratic primary.For State Sen. Scott Kelly salt RUG SERVICE I
j A resident of Florida since 13 years he has been that he is opposed to repealof HOME: FVRNtSWNG
III, and a graduate of Sara president of the Anderson Ford Homestead Exemption. South PATIO SHOP
I ti\ High School in 1951, Zinn Company of Sarasota, and pre- Speaking in Plant City, Tarn County : FREE DECORAIHG
ctned a Bachelor of Science e viously was general managerof pa and Miami, Kelly said repeal ACCESSORIES
eint in Business Admin- an automobile distributorship of homestead exemptionon GOP RallyAffiliated GJFT DEAS
ration and Accounting from re in Atlanta, Ga. the first $5,000 assessed
one! University in 1955. a He is graduate of the Uni- valuation "would break faith South Sarasota I
I He I I. married to the former 1ots a with our elderly people and retirees -
rule DeLeslme and they versity of Wisconsin with a who contribute very County Republicans will holda 13uXlcvilxl.HOUSE
PhD. in business ad- rally at 7:30
degree tonight
: p.m. ;
I ide in South Gate with their little to the cost government .
ministration. ." in the Venice Gardens Recreation
m children. He is a member
I Sarasota Elks Lodge No. Anderson is a member and '"They have no children In Hall
past president of the Sarasota Candidates will be present
our schools, practically none OF FURNITURE
._ memberand and the public is Invited.
dO" 'L """"' Bay Country Club a of them are In our prisons, if
W C. Cadwallader, executive
commodore of the
RI past they enter our mental Institutions i 421 S. Tamfami. Tc. VMMO
president, will preside and introduce """?
Field Club of Sarasota, a member receives their
the state
rr the candidates. Speak. A* Vewc. Shopping Ceofor
director of the
and past f
income, so I feel that to repealthe 0 faTh
Sarasota County Chamber of era will include Earle Swift,
tax exemption on their ; '
I Commerce, a past director of homes, we would be discrim- Sarasota County Republican

I the Sarasota Yacht Club, a inating against a very important man Executive, and Mrs Committee Scott Ward chair-of SEWING SOUTH COUNTY FOR 75 YEARS I.
member and past president of segment of our population Sarasota, vicepresidents.Refreshments .
the Sarasota County Automobile ," Kelly explained. --- -
J. LEWIS COBIA Dealers Association, and Kelly said he does not thinka will be served I ,# J>;J" : :
constitutional amendment repealing .
J. Lewis Cobia, 59, a 41 year of the -
presently Exemption
resident of Sarasota County, lea a Homestead
Democratic candidate for Board of Governors of the For would pass a statewide refer-

I county surveyor est Lake Country Club. endum. I

] Cobia was project engineer
i for the first major road buildng -
program in Sarasota County -
in 1924-28 which followed his f
employment with the state HIIJ1Ij11 I
road board. y,1
He has been a registeredland
surveyor in Sarasota 'I

I County for It yearsWILLIAM .


Mrs Dorothy Sutherland of
parasota Is a Republican can-
Mate (for county supervisor of O
(BiitrationMri .
Sutherland member of
he'1 county commission steno- 11 .
"aphic itaff and assistant to
">e county purchasing agent, .- )t I
'ai active in civic, school and
church affairs in Pontiac,
!'ch.. before moving to Sara-
Mi leven She with'er .
years ago 2-SPEED WASHER
husband, have a home on LOOKING
Canary Road in Lakewood and GIANT Just.right washing care for i
'ave been active in Republican regulars-and for delicates,
Party affairs since coming to 12-LB. Wash and Wears. UP
111 area Fresh running water rinses. r
Mrs. Sutherland Is a native Automatic lint disposal.
rlthe> State of and
'fCeived her education In Dry, dry spin!

'.fashlngton, Pennsylvania and
)troit Schools She attended
'::11e Business Institute in De-- Mdal $ 49
J. SCIIEB w 2 4 : 'J'w
where she majored in 4 titan rrNr LOOKING
"mmercial business and was William J. Scheb, 49, a Sarasota -
'Ins' member of the National general contractor, is a 5551 per
Honor Society. Democratic candidate for the week
terms eI



Get the best car rental dell fromECIINDLWR ACTION I ZONE 1 WASHING !


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The young man In the' picture 1 is Langdan Hammer. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.

the only difference Is the low price Forrester Hammer of Venice, has joined the Scholarship Club; at the Venice.

Offers yon MORE Costs yon LESS NEW! 1964FRIGIDAIRE Nokomis Bank The Scholarship. Club will pay a large part of your child's

FLOWING education.
e FREE Pickup or You Saw op to 40% college

Delivery Credit cards honored HEAT DRYER All you do is join and start a savings account. Save $10. monthly if your

e Safety Seat-Belts. By the hour, day, Dries your wash faster safer b, child is under three $20. monthly if over three, but under six. This savings

Gas, Oil, Insurance week or month than sunshine! account is yours now and always. You never have to spend it unless you want

I i. New, Convenient Fabrics se to. The earnings of this account, donated to the Scholarship Club, will pay a
Drive our New lector.
automatic shift $ 99 Plus No-Stoop lint Screen on large part of your child's expenses during the last three college years.

2-door VALIANTS. 3 wig" M door, Porcelain Enameled 00544, UlsoeW Only children under tit are eligible. Don't delay./ / Do as the Hammer have

Also, other fine 4ew wr ra drum. 4.a+o. a wwe /one. Come in today for full details.


at slightly higher rates; $16VENICE 1 Organ Music will be presented in our lobby tomorrow by Mr. WM OUale,

east between 9 ejn. and I 1.30: p.... and 5 to 8 pjn.YENICENOKOMIS .

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( 4..m. to ? p.m. Mon. thni Fri. FAVORITE KWIK CHEK .
.. Drink 4fc. *l 00
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And $5 or More Food PurchaseDetergent w _
Tuna 5 Limit FY. $100 '
I ?t rb .l whdy.:3.: Jr +.atb gLl.IwIS.Mt F9idht? f Corn. :
f r 3 ,7s-3 $1&

Peas .E 6 f:- Jlo I

Beets IMONT.I 5 'f103 $100SAVI
40c Da

:, ='k f' QSe Spinach 8 We CaM Etalc $100 :

leans . 5 tf= $100
e --J---; ; EAVE> 16. Dtt MONTI WHOLE GREW
r I I I i (

, A1 Jeans 4, J03c.. $100
/ 1 SAvr 111 DEL MONTt' IAROI

1 1i. Prunes 3 Pta $looI ,

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Limit One With $5 Or More Order LAND 0' SUNSHINE I SAVE lOt BRAND -BtEF

Per 4 9 C Short CI Ribs .. 39SAVI

Bull e r Pooad w. lOc SWIFT PREMIUM

Sliced Bacon .. 49
... ;i SUPERBRAND Creamy Smooth )

\0 :, Ice Creom 2 Half GaL $I 00 Pork SAW 10. SMOKED Chops CWTO CUT .. 69c


FREE 400 Extra ------- Fryer Parts ,,49'
I : When You Clip and Redeem 't Pork Loins *. 59c

All The Valuable Apples Golden Yellow Fresh SAYU-TARNOWSOU.'idJe.'I"ItftIoIWplc.4,
Coupons In This Ad ; Luncheon 2 n.6 tIo.. 49'SAVH

t t WU&l.fYJi: iCUlI.Nl ll ll> 1 10 C
*rml ffprir and tht DII Tt, !.. 4 B 49c Bologna I 2 Pk 49'SAVEICOPELAND
Disinfectant 98c I -
;"I '..., ... .....m..a..naw aC..po.Vdld SEOttT StASONEDNOTorMnDw.
: r t lbs.25c
i Thn.h A/rd{ i y w Sausage III, 39
(li' J\tJ\ YJlfU.rlryrJjJJ; ; : :tt:,

;,i...(: ,,::1 efJ Uu.UJ.mmIU STAMPS! Cabbage Ib 5< DAIRY SPECIALS
I wldr, thi.".p....4'h.p.rd.r.5 WD BRAND Lan Fnth FANCY POLEBeans
I 20 Mub i..T.am 59 GROUND + 'a* .lb,17c SAVI 10c-WISCONSIN OLD PASHION MHO
I lorox ..........)
i Oo.1..IT" Awh[A.h{Wi..O. Cheddar Cheese M9<
,tL l n if 'fJrJmm\ftflm, f' FROZEN Brick Cheese 59c
'.: ':i 50 rhhlhi.a.panllh./.nMrd,EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS .39- t FARMHOUSE PROZEN CREAM ASTOR fROZEN LEAP OR CHOP Can Biscuits ....c. Sc
Extra larj C'til LUCKY
,f Toothpaste 69 Pies 3 ,fcr $100 Spinach 6 for $100 WHIP
.. .... Top'c.. 49'f
r'' .. C./.V.ndlhrwphA.r1/ ,. Delight 6 ',---- $100 French Fries 4'*Pkgl. $100
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tJ 1}1" :. SO with EXTRA rhu..p.TOP...4 VALUE tht pwrclimiTarnow'i STAMPS.. SO"Nh.EXTRA IhIo-TOP....4 VALUE NN pwd STAMPS..... SO wtt.EXTRA IhIo..TOP,...VALUE...M.pr.h.N./STAMPS 5!EXTRA IhN...TOP,....4 VALUE IM. p.r.Mr STAMPS dVohl.lnb TOP VALUE
Chub IT I H.rman',Oranll' land J..-J.w..1 Frozen .Pr..1.n
...Uverwnrst.. \I:: 39_ Sklnf..Wt.nera.... : 59 Mat Plat :: 79, rttKIs, Ides :; 89 tY
L ; 0.> .1 Kw Choir I WimhOllte 0. .M IrIY CW.WM fad........ 0...."" Ira Ch.h 1 w..a.M. INw J O.d. h IwIL Cld' "
"" ,I' C.LIMIT....ONI V.M Pl Itirwih> CUSIOMH April'C UM"_ON'v....PSI Th.wM CUITOMII AprN. .I C UM"_..ONI Wad.PICUIIOMII IM.r h.,4 I sII c.UMIt.,..ONI V...."I lhr..p'DI'IoISTAMPS

w I __ _,_,_____....., I "YOUR PRIVATE NEST E6TI




DAY. APRIL 2. 1964


Nee ...... )n N.. YIOJSA101H AGAINST BAlD KSTATElToa publloatlon. of 404. notlna. Eaak .. .,
TO No. 2olle .-. i k,rabr tutfad and roqnlraifI op damand .... ka !Ie wrHInt ta da-pn
Such offer. maat. ... In .",,11... ,I..- .5 a any ..'" ar domand which you ..... and aunt auto tha" plan af notdrnca -
.. br U,. a /.ror. peUlnej forth tha mar h.'a ... ." tha .K.-uta. of JOHN and pnat off la. addiaM a< thaolaliranl
amount of antb afar which. hall .kaM 1C. SENN, laoiaMd. .... of HarawtaConntr ., and moat. .ba ._. H or aha
I .lam "' .. HF.O 00, aralrdl up and delivered PIe.",. In tb. afflot of H.. rla ...... hi. av..Kx or his attomar a*
to the off(.. of .a'd attorney, ananr JOHN T .UKAHAM Sara iUi ConnlrJudva ,t will' .....'.. void armritina, ; to la*.
CUfjSnDn.DS.A) dar (....'" assA.. and S.uirderi. la 54,. C...."r <'<""> K ... attarunU JUSTINE EATBtt MARSJLAdmlntatratrtx
.".. II id* noon) .between tha knur. afUN Ftorlli. *llhln .1.l aahmilMmontha of tha Stotoaaaf
..... and So, am,. .... .. .* from . Marion Morrin.HOOVE .
wHh tha pebllealkm) of Ihto notloaUirouth llrntlon af this Natlra.tack 1.05.-c.
tka" 4lk.. dar of April 1M ItII. : slobs" or d.) ...... m".. .ka Inwrltlni DA ZEN ?5PHnr5e. J' I IV.
__ .. _._ ." n..... and la i ipllf."a: .hall stoW tha Florida Powor oS Lltht. 5.45dha.
'n -yJ- 11oo.... ...._ .h.1I 0. ...11 f. ..oO..nbjha .1... of _Id.... >nd pn.t offloa 4.do. ...... Florida.Attoman .
Oa .P....... of tho tA.at J40a. ... af th. CI.I",...: .hall ka ..wornto for .".. Batoto
for taraeou Count. Foride. .. thaaffmr kr tha CI.I"'.... hto ...,,' af Ole. at.tornari Pubta.l Mar. It. M. AurSl t, .. .SI.
CLASSIFIED whoa .5!.. to tha Ma-hart af hall ba aawmpanlad br a II.II
Lots For Sale MISC FOR SALECANNON .1051. 55005.5. s,1 .hl"( ....11 55,554 40.a mini faa, and, ... ...h claim or d..
Rentals Business Personals urn at ..'0..... hKh .e,... .hall .haapanad ..... not .. Mad .h.II .. ...1<1. Tkaf IN. TKR COURT 0" ewe ontrirreJuDcE ;
M ..' offica M II lM am.. ,Una- f.. '.. ha adrM to the amount R.UOTA 00VfI'T"
RATES WATERFRONT LOTS on scen April a, 1'06.t. war .bathat as55e of al.lm. and claim form, mar b. ob.talaad FLORIDA '
ic, wide deep FURNISHED 1 ROOM apartment MUSIC CO. TYPEWRITERS and Adding .....et ... .. ,a54Poht4h ........... 1.a$0.. 4'sn.4. I"d..', offlea.I la rai Fatal" of \
Myakka River, Walk to town and Machines (mechanically operated Mob to A.'I' .. 5554. .Al(RA II. FENNa. WALTER O aTORBTIN n-.4
Myakka Shores. Also -Piano*- ...... PROBATE
Rate*. both Thursday marina Rxmitlva of th. F.
Charge beach Only $65 month. ) Chemically; cleaned, TO ATI CHFDrTORS ANTS P'ItJOmll
with houses and per Steinway; Knabe Everett NeTTm 0" IIf'IT.N'I'IOM ena..oi.mua of John r Braa, Daoeaaad.
did Monday Edition buildings and Adults only; Venice Arms like new Just $13.50 plus partsif .ICrmOUI 54045 AMocnarl Blair, and Daan HAVING CLAIMS 011 IFMAHT'SAOANBT
boat George Stick
ramp. Also 60 acres on Winter Cable required All makes. Verde 'no. .ndl.-ocI 4hsh, ....1... tnmarc at I.... lAm ESTATE.
Apts, 516 S. Armada Nelson Cable tiT Naoan' StroM.THF T.. .nd aark of roa ara barabr *oai.n .
S1.50 Myakka; River off i Fayette S. Stationers .h., <* aanrtrrttnw 1..4.. andrtrr .
Highway 777 211 W. Venice Ave a a P. O. 40 0. 1575. d and m..1.... to ...'. aar alalmand .
on East River Road. Call own LARGE FURNISHED 3 room Hallet & Davis 488-<<1113. _I...Cleaaln... and b..Ir..s Ttmlaml at Trail.Fhamra" Pauth Vonl., P'Iopt4.. .....,..nd. wkldi no., or aW. of run.m.r .
word minimum er, Ray Lindke 824-7583 I Apartment. Musette Players Venice, nader tha" flotltloua .."'. ..fT..I I s-on.?. w.t t I'. t.. April I. t. iNC.IN h..sels,00h..t&4..5 WAL
((12 ) or Weekly Month. Tea: D STOREY: *...m.4. ... of aaMCotintr
Addition' Word., each 4e write P. O Box 122, Sarasota Iy Year I)'. Reasonablel 1 Phone Pianola Player; Boats For Sale CtanlnaCenter CMnematla: and laindrr. th.t old and firm Drr toanmpoard !: COUNTY IITI>(;I''II: COI'RTTO M Ih. c-... Jndca ., 5.' .
488-3785. Organs-' af tha" .. ..-.. IN ANti' 'OR I..RA8nTA cntjprs'y asIa (".nu. Florid" ., .10 offlo. .. 05..
Liti INLET: I ... "LOllII' 1M PROBATE eoi,rt 5.... of oold Coontr nt Saraaoto.Florida .
both Seawalled prlv- Allen Lowray HOBBY BOAT LOVERS rhs..a-aMpha...... cf d.a'asr. I rlf RE, Th. &/et. nl within S1> aaland.r ....IIt. from
CASH rd. Thursdaymd ate boat basins E L. Kilton. AOf UNVm *F. OPPOHTUNITTt Complete selection of Rebuilt aa fol.n Iand MARION Eo J\lORRILI. 1.4.Pp.04. th. tI... ., tha flrtt aubllnaUon of thiapotlra. ,
28' Chris Craft with 180 H.Preconditioned D. R_ IIh.._' Bosl-s,4
Monday Edition. Bayshore Drive Nokomis NEED A RoMe LACK CAsH Ff1. N.. Two of aaeh ... ar da.mand .
Raipmribllllv Mnl l-p.rt.nl. I Reconditioned and Fully; motor. Hull in Ecti T.mlaml',. Trail., ehunrock VanlM. Florida Dralrvardand I NOTICE TO (REDITOIII .hall ha In .,lttu. and .hall ..0.tOh.
E Hopa l
S1.40 FOR QUICK SALE -3 Lois TALK TO LOU JACOBS, 4M.'.lt Guaranteed process of being rebuilt. Needs Tamaail, T.i,I, V..I... Fl,r ca. I PERSONS ALL HAVINO CREDITOKa CLAIMS AND AGAINST TITER plaoa.,of tha ranldanra claimant and and peat ihall offloaaddrata .ka
Pianos af Trail( Conamatlc Lain
and Organs from Own.r.hlp
$125 loving labor to complete No TUb ABOVC ..
80x100 ESTATE
South Venice. ) ,55hb.eM.l.ts'oe5.hb.wOts
Owner. COMPLETELY Furnished efficiency drr aid Irrr Ctcaalas Cantor to aa '.1. :
One of the South's Largest reasonable offer turned down. You ara hmbr notlflad and .raoulradto attomar and aeromnanM br a fill.. faaof
|112 word minimum ) Phone 4ftft.4706. apartment $65 per Music Co's" low.1-I ,,. R_. II ..s.4.Y.rdla I CII I .se. .'. or dnn.nil.. rhlrh .." one do Icr and ...b .'.1.. ar damaad
Addition.1 Wrwd.. each 5ei month. Couple. Includes utilities Must sell Leaving town. Call E. Hopa. M aaat.It F kara anlnrt, tha .aid aital- ,la tha not aa filrt .b.ll ba roM

Lots Wanted 704 Myrtle and Venice ByWay 1301 1st St.. 486-3444 evenings to air '....11.(. P.r to .,plp .. the I offloa(".......af 75,514.the ttnintr. ,0. 'h.Juilna('oth.1,of / xlmlnlrtrator JOHN C. BTORrTA of tfco. .... I

... .. An-e.. Ivp .. 01.11ooio. .- Opp. Florida Theatre rwk of, the"_.dronlt.. Court In and.. ,.lorSaranota .. ',&''. FI..MOo( .I'hln .. ,er .I..I.oncIaP I WIt.. H. ptorrr dniaaMd.Fobl .
tkara.to..S "ar.a af M II .MMr ... Open Thurs. & Fri. til 9 p.m. 58. 19-FT INBOARD 75-P.H. tk. raid p.(.... Trail Florin C...lium.t to'a Laundrfnd r ........ I.atb. '4ta ., .Ito S'... (.h. Apr I ,5. ie II, 1M4.
raarrriaa. M S PRIVATE
tar I
IN PARTY interested Valvo-Puito Hard .
Ph. 958-1019 top plywood ..
.. ON PRIVATE Drr Clranlna cwnd. the proon. -
aark Inwtlon th.r r ESTATE at Osprey
.M A (or."rrl'a charac at II ..... M In buying lots in Venice, Zon fiberblassed top and bottom .1.1 of Ch."'.. 10111. Lass af '1M. ;\
.,.. far .M af tl h. Gaajdollar t O edduplex two large bedroom Id.. A... af 1141 FUEL FLORIDACORPORATION
or Tunnel OF
Apt. phone 488 atern
controlled *
... ....bor l a rapltaa to 01__ ,,.?.. apt.,. .living room, tile ,bath, -_Help WantedMEAT either forward or aft. 12.In. II.witsase...... 1K4.SPENCER band,. nla l.h car < A.GREEN'S
rrigiaaire gas stove and fur. U'fIN ft MOPE,
CUTTER Female Meat draft. Suitable for bay or gulf ERrINE S. HOPE.P.bibh .
ClASSIFIED DISPLAY nace TV garage apace, furnished
Edition Inch $3.00 Houses For Sale or unfurnished Annual Wrapper and Cashier Sacrifice 1500. Can be financ. Mesh IS 55. AprIl I. t. 1504.TN Member Chamber of Commerce
On per .
ed. Phone 488 3157.
Both EdItions! per Inch $3.50 MUST SELL BARGAIN Inspect basis only $100 per month. Breezeway. Super Market, Venice AND THII roR COUNTY SARAsoTA IVDGIC'S COUNTY roURT ,IN DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE
Quiet, no lawn to mow. Phone BOATS HERE for FLORIDA. IN
and Air
and make offer 1 Bed- everyone, .PIOIATI Heating Conditioning .
Seaman 9662825 1M u ISTAox or
All clantfled ads payable In room CBS Home. 2 ;years old. MAID FOR MOTEL work. Apply more than 40 .boats for sale M. GILSOK Daaaaaai.Pnbat. Heating ft Air Conditioning Installations

advance except eitabl.thedaccount adjacent to Warm Mineral 1 LARGE ROOM. Private entrance in person Forty; Winks in Hansen out back display TO rHrnlTORS. r tie 1411OTir

*. Springs Owner, 119 Aero Av., and bath. Call 488- Motel, 340 So. Tamiaml Trail 14 ft. to 42 ft. Priced from TO AI.L CREDITORS AND PERSONS Gas Ranges Water Heaters
N. Port Charlotte. 4774 $150.00 up See them t a.m. to HAYING CLAIMO OR "FMAl'oDI'
daytime 488 2537 after 6. Free Estimates -
Prefer some S:30: pm weekdays Hansen
: see borrhr notlflai and raqvtrodto No Job Too Big; Too Small I
CANCELLATION or VENICE GARDENS AIR CONDITIONED EFFICIENCY knowledge of Interior decorating Chris-Craft Sole 1201 N. Tarn- flla .., claim .. _.n' whlrb roa or
ADJUSTMENT Apply Carpet Center, boil Trail Sarasota Phone .5.. boss .OI..t tkr Ihtata af SPEN 263 So Trail, Venice Ph 4882271 :
PRICE 12000.00 apartment Available ("Fit M CILSON llxraMd, lat. ofnaraaoto.
RpquKri for cancellation .. :2 Pedroom 1 Bath Formica April I. Adults At 251 Nassau 264 S. Tamiitmi Trail 9S8-5M5. CspMy' Florin.' In tOe of flra

or eJuitrnent| b e a u. of Cabinets with Built.in Call or see Larry Redford A.io- of s'.ssty Hon. Je4r JOHN T.I. GKArMM lbs (' a....SaraMitaHoaaa C-"

tner\ must be mad forThund. Range. Finished utility room, so-fat Chips Johnson Real HOUSEWITEWould Mobile Homes M SaraaMa. Flnrirla. within .li

., Gondolier BEFOREI used as den. Beautiful car. Estate, 306 W Venice Ate For Sale calendar SIPS pabllrauon!ntonUia( af from thai the NotlmKarh data af the

pjn. on Monday For Mon. pet and drapes included. This Phones 488-2241 or 488-227. yon spare your husband ..". ar demand ..... ka Inwritlnt r
..... .
three or four evenings and In dnpllcatal "' .11 th.plane
dAY Gondolier BEFORE Sos house Is located on Sham. of railonaa and afflc. addroMof
weekly if he could 10' x 48' VINDALE, ALUMINUM -
rock Blvd. in the NICELY FURNISHED Duplex, tka Claimant ahall I ka .worn to ktha ,
new section -
pm." Thuriday. with all central reasonable Citrus Highlands bring In an additional $85 2 bedrooms tiled bath, Claimant. 0.Io armt ar hoo, .turner I Iih.ll REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
utilities. worth of bacon? gas heat, large gas tank wall ka ... a 11 Tl film.tea .
PHONE Call 958. -'h.:1.: : :
House and grounds In excel- 5492 or 488 1056. Available and oar er demand not
oven, Kelvlnator sliding doors, .. ......
lent the 1st of April. to filed oJl The fllltir fee marka
condition. No added aspen You Would? .
exceptional closet space and added to tha amount of claim and
488-3125 *. necessary cabinets TV antenna .1.... form mar. he obtained. from the Duplex in wonderful location. Small f
.. .
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor PRIVATE I ROOM EffIcIency Bring him to the Venetian Coaaty Iud. 50940.WAYNE

.,.... ".._- .. ....... $50.00 monthly. 2 room efficiency Room of Gulfbreev Hnt..l. covered patio I Nice. location !: SPENCER. eI 011AON.a. tho Snl40a0 .
u. Ph4R8.497.: "'" $7S 00 i monthly.' Near Venice, to stet 'Don and wonderful neighbors Lot 5e".w Ade'4.'t.'sstar M. 011_. D..d.ASas.s'u down payment with good terms on

Rtal( Estate Shopping Center. 488.2502. Ameche, 6:45: p.m. FrIday LIGHTS.1M or call at office HARBOR BT-AIK A.-.on AND.. DEAf Low.I" .
balance. For further informationcall
OUTSTANDING 2 Bedrooms :2 April 3r&WAITRESS Na-os 40..5.
1 BEDROOM, furnished ape.rt- V..4.. .. 7505145.sh0.b. .
ONLY (13,500 bath streets home Curbed and paved ment. Yearly Inquire Ara wanted. Please apply Auto For Sale !. 5..e5 15. N. A.rtl ft .. ,..... 488-6413 or 488-4196.

Cheerful plastered C.B., 2 : and central water system Ion Apts, 505 Barcelona. Cue Club, So. Tamiaml lie TH. COUNTY JOIKIE (.nt'RT !
sewer. Beautifully IX ANtI FOR SAKAacrTA OODNTT.
bedroom. Fireplace, car 1957 FORD Country Sedan
andscaped. A real buy at FURNISHED Apartment. Real Trail FLORID*. IN PROBATE
port, large utility room Wagon 4-door.. Phone 488noo _W Rill' ESTATE: OFJOHN
sttrictive grounds, deslr- 117,SOO. Byron M. Markle nice Call 488-4810. E. ORN)'. Deceawd.Probiw.
Realtor, 488-4706 WANTED Driver-Salesman File No. 1461KOTICB I

ebb. neighborhood C a 11 MODERN. airconditloned Hood Dairy, Inc, 1301 S. Pets TO All CREDITORS TO CREDITORS ANP PFRSONS'

Owner, 488-4152 SACRIFICE 2Bedroom stores available in South Venice By.Way.Situation. HAVING CLAIMS (lit DEMANDS ,
Ocala Block House. terrazzo Venice Shopping Center. For BIRDS BOARDED. Also Bird
400{: or WATER FRONTAGEon information
call 488-9858
floors throughout, 14x26 screened Wanted supplier for sale 488! -"iBIO.
In Sor.
South Creek Bay.
rents Shores Paved Street porch, carport On corner UNFURNISHED! 2 bedrooms Real Estate CornerNew
WOMAN with business background -
lot 105 xlM in nice nelihbol'ohood. Legal
k gh and dry. $28 per ft. Terms plus Florida room: living seeking general of
Ask for Lauden at sales office Nicely landscaped But room w/FP, extra large utility
bookkeeping< or combina NOTICI'' OP nOi.E' _
t Sorrento Shores 4 miles offer gets you a nice horn. room In city children or pets Thu effI tlon office and sales Part timeor
Call week days after a v.U..N..o, 0WHETHER YOUREBUYING
p.m., Ok. $75.00 month. 488 5928 after & lI.nk R.II.I. _
north of Venice 488. full time. Permanent resident I,.. Vwt., Florldi, phOM 4IS441I
1301 to
inspect. 5pm. Call 4882639 will ......, .fws to mrrli' .. th. fol. I
TRAIT FRONTAGE TO CANAL evenings ,htns ....IIocI p lNirtT btlmrirlnf' toof 2-bedroom 2-bath with nice I
4883539. tho A4oIftet.' Hit EiUU .* OR
S adjoining lots with MAKE OFFER 2 Bedroom CASEY KEY on the Gulf. 2 IIICNIO R. RI'LU.I.1.E.' ; d--.d.

100 each on newly 4-laned home Venice Gardens Owner bedroom furnished house Business Personals 0. loon F.d .lhe to-k. screened porch. Wonderful loca SELLINGYou're
anxious sell Wanted Screened porch. 4881333 488-
Tamiaml Trail (U.S. 41) with to Best Value Are

depth. ranging from 223' to $11,000 but will sacrifice $500 211 PRIVATE PIANO InstructionIn Found HEREIINTERESTED!
Smal down
O Jt tion. !
833 backing up to CO' wide 9' town. No closing cost About your home. Call Mrs. I. payment. Easy '

deep canal with access to Inter. 188 per men Byron M. Markle, Misc. For SaleWE D Wilson 474-1941
cental waterway, toned R-3. Realtor 4804706.ATI'RACTIVE terms. For Information call

Ideal sites for motel, restaurant (A'REGULACHECI-L)PI )
HOME In nice
marina, filling station, PLUMBING'S 488-6413 or 4884196INTERESTED
section of Venice Two bedrooms USED PIANOS A SHEPARDLUMBER ON THE
co-opt and so forth. This Is the I ...
Trail front g. of Sorrento two baths, screened ORGANS THING WE'LL DO
Shorn porch and carport 1001 Nokomis CO. IT FOR YOU
Will sell on. lot or allsix
Iota for $12000 each Ave, So.. Venice $14.000'jcnr I ORGANS 1003 N. Washington Blvd. IP YOU'LL i
Terms down parment No closing Audition Chord .. ...$ 69 Seratota ,
Phone Venice 488-5027,
5 r vmt Sorrento Shores Sales costs. Call 488-<<1701. I Liberty (Folding) ... ... .$ 95 eaJQ GIVE US A

Office located 4 miles N. of Thomas I Key :Board $299 ELLIOTT PAUL RING : ?
Chordian Chord . .$345 1
Venice ., "
t miles S. of Sarasota. 1oI1tPD: A ann LACK ( AtRt
R.pa.II. flt. M.ot I.......... Thomas Transistor ... .. .$699 for .:; 3 Bedroom 2 bath Screened

SMALL TRACT IN GROVE. TALK TO LOU JACOBS 01-11" !:sty Reed ...... .....$295 auOF TRUSSES q'.... A. Porch attached ,
H. H. W/mmers/ Realtor carport, Oil
Large enough for thirt n PIANOS AI_ Window & Doors. heat

lots with IS.000 sq. ft. In each GOLDEN BEACH near qulf Starck ....................$i75 Contract Roofing t Painting REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 105 Eest p /.

Zoned R1 On county main- Two batht Beckwlth .......... ...... .$275 Phan 488.2132 Verne Aurora
bedroom two
tamed street 200 ft. West of Bailey ..... .. .... .. $299 Agent for Wetter Union Telegrapj 17500.00, UNFURNISHED

Tamiaml Trail 3 Y, miles 30 foot Florida room Lexington Mlrra Spinet .$395 Monday fhrv Friday to 5; Saturday to I H. N. WIMMERS

North of Venice, V ml South on 112 ft. corner lot. Walter Mirra Spinet ,.....$349 Dressmaking, alterations draperies CLOSED SUNDAYS

of Sorrento Shores $19.000 Milton .. ................$325 eto. reasonable 484-1130 REALTOR
terms. Call Venice 488-5027 or 519 Story & Clarke ........,.$699 HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 221 W. Miami! Ave

o-279l.. Baldwin Acrosonlo ,......$369 488.5308

NEW DUPLEX In Venice Gardens Eatey: Spinet .... ..... .....$425 Ii

2 bedrooms each side. I, Like New _

Lots For Sale Central heat and air-condition Fully Guaranteed ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION

ed. Attractive lake location. CANNON MUSIC CO. This Space

4 LOTS IN S. VENICE, 2 Blks Phone 488-4385 or 488-6651. 1301 1st St. VENICE GARDENS

iff Elide of 41. $1,500.00 Opp Florida Theater AvailableFor
Contact Box 8905, Trailer Estates !: 1 BEDROOM frame. Cornerlot MAINTENANCE
Open Thurs 4 FrI. 'til 9 p.m.
Bradenton Fla. city water and sewer PH. 9581011t 2.BEDROOM, 1-BATH HOME
Walk to school and store $7.290 UGHTING SUPPLIES Your

EAST GATE S choice lots 30 per cent below costl! Call COMBINATION ZENITH Central Heat Central Water

Owner, Phone 488.5470.BEAUTIFUL 488-1510 after 4 or weekends record player and radio; 1 Inc Many Extras Real Estate
2 BEDROOM CB HOME Florida COM Trumpet; three barstools
LOT In Sorrento carport. Newly Your choice, :your price. PRICE $11,500 AdvertisementATTENTION
Shores 100x150 ft., Including room Call week 488-1501 after 8 p.m. Bate I Cockrill Street Phone 4063fl4ANNOUNCEMENT

bot dock. On paved street decorated. 704Seata.BEAUTIFUL FRANK C. RAEBURN Realtor ;=- -
$3.WO Terms. Call Venice SWIMMING Pool 12-FT TRAVEL TRAILER, '
twin beds 6-ply tires I MR. & MRS.
or 488.2791. home 2 bedrooms, den, FlorIda Venice 251 W. Venice Are Phone: 488.1600 488.2649
Grimes 152 Municipal 'RIGHT.PARTY1
WARM MINERAL, SPRINGS. room. 21x31 screened patio Trailer park. .

1 residential, No. 14 & 15, Furnished if desired. Good flnlncing I' at the right price, your future

Block 3, Unit 78. 4 Business, 2102 Georgia Ave, En SEWING MACHINES. Clean home It now available( It hat

1, 4. 29 & 50, Block 2. Unit 78. glewood. Grove City. I oil and adjust $2.50. George 2 bdrmi, 2 full title baths,

A. Callo, 337 Gardenia Road, I PartS 1030 N. Washington, large livingroom full dining.

Venice Gardens Ph. 488.3573.ESTATES RentalsSBEDROOM Sarasota. 9997889 FHOMES1I",7Z.S? room Alto' a l larqe hobby

I W. Are Now worlihop room that
Furnished apartment RUBBER STAMPS made to order could

BAYSHORE 1 Large kitchen and living I Overnight service Of. easily be used at a 3rd

Hi9hly< elevated choice lot. room. Also a 3 room furnlahed flee, personal, pocket or stock. In Our New bdrm 2 ear: carport One

105' apartment Summer i 4881432 block from Trail In S, Venice.
] frontage. Across itreat

Ifrom, Robert Bay. Beautiful I 488-9994 rates. Phone 4883785, Evel I FURNITURE FOR SALE I Building SOMEBODYIS Only $11. ,500 or $12,500 furntihed. .

I. w. Reasonable. Phone
Town Must Sell
4815047.II HOUSE: TRAILER with cabana G E 11.2 Cu. Refr H. P. HORN

and carport. Available Like New .......... $125 REALTOR
TKNlri HCStDCNTIAL U>TAMD $ April 1, Mobile City Rt. 2Nokomi Brown Sofa 104" I MODERN EQUIPMENT ,
VINICB BUSINESS SITES. *. Padua Court, Good IN LUCKOwner U.S. 41 and Albee Rd. v
CALL LOU JACOBS 4M IS" 4nio.old .. .. .. ...$85
hart. Danish Modern whit I EXPERIENCED MECHANICS Ph. 4883785 Days

2 LOTs In Venice Oardens fURNISHED 2 BEDROOM, 1H cover chair .... $ 30 I TUNE fi leaving state for new Job and must dispose of Ph. 488.5994 Eves
Also I joo-ft lot on Bayshors bath, air conditioned and TV.Hi.Fl.Radio Comb. his 3.b.drooml 2.bath home In the City of Venice. This ii-

Road near Nokomls Beach heat. Duplex. Yearly Call Formica comb .. ... $100 YOUR ENGINE modern home with e screened patio central oil heat, large

Write J. R., Box 748. Venice mornings, 4884163CENTRALLY Dining Room set, EXPERT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE living room with hooded fire place must be lean to be

IN PORT CHARLOTTE 2 Maple. Fair ...... .$43 appreciated. WATERFRONT LOTS IN(
White & Walnut
djoinin, lots each 80'X125'whiCh Apartments on yearly or custom made double ONLY $15,800.TERMS VENICE GARDENS

by; certified appraisal monthly basis Vacationers dresser & matched All Work Guaranteed 2750.00 and Up

i*v. more than doubled in vaU welcome Armada Apt., 408 kingston, !headboard .$ 90 CAN BE ARRANGED

lie "ince purchased in 1958. Armada Rd. S.fURNISHED Dresser and matching CHOICE AREA

Havt attracUve proposition il headboard (twin) CHIPS JOHNSON RealtorBRANCH

Interested In buying them. Ph. 2 month ROOM Includ apartment matching deck: .. ... .$10 B & W AUTO REPAIP ,, Martin S. Stancik

44863. $55 per Dresser wood grain' $13 t ,
tag utilities. Close to town and OFFICE AT KENT MOTEL PHONE 488-1695
Maytag Auto Washer, 3 REALTOR I
EAST rnlnW
GATE. Choice lots Larry beach. 504 S. Armada. years old .. .. .,.... $55 627 E. VENICE AVE. 488.3502 or
feet wide. See or call
Redford, Asaoc Chips John' SMALL 1 BEDROOM apart. Other mlsc, tables, chairs, 306 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE 431.2241 Venice 488.5443THUR 4 I

Ian Real Estate 306 W. Venice went $50 per month. 488 lamps etc.

"*, Phone 488-3609. 488-JJ41. 6779 after P."*. ._ __ Call 438.344, Value. o ..1



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I Deer, Turkey, Dove Hunting -"- ..' -- I I Banging It Phone Out 474-2224 with Pat Bang 1

Seasons Get Solid ApprovalLAKELAND What do you know? Little In with two shoe boxes filled to left Bradenton and dropped In
Miss Pigtails, one of our page the brim with Christmas cards. at Lon and Evelyn Halls to
girls, came for the copy Mon We are deeply grateful. Have duck a 50th Wedding Annlvenj!
1a.iL day contacted Mrs King R.N.. so ary at the camp
Public opinion log: No 104.Extend. morning at 6:30: with acute
bob. So now it will haveto they just made the dead line. -0-
for Hill. N seuon.ba-lImit buck
opening on turkey season to the
be The Englewood
borough Manatee Hardee and deer Yes. 280 No 141. last weekend in January? Yes, Janice We are really -0- Nomad pop
I I lad over this event that took at Lake Parkon pad in to see us. and he hi,
DeSoto Counties to deer huntIng Open Citrus Area archery 21S No. 84 Mrs. John Hall, been here in
opening Pinellas Hardee season October 16 T Yes, 375 Spring gobbler season In A l Sunday I the East coast fell over a winter. Hill Englewood all\\
and DeSoto Counties to turkey South Florida Region Yes, -0- cement block and broke her daughter married
No N What a mess Palm Island i the shoulder and to J. R Caverley a retired
bunting, and for the same dove 512 41 arm between
season in all counties in the 2 ReelectedBy Close quail and squirrel sea and Cape Haze will be In when elbow That was the reason her major, have bought a piece of
South Florida Region of the son February 28T Yes 520 they take their bridges awayl! friend here had not heard property in Cape Haze and
Game and Fresh Water Fish No 33Dove. They will! have no contact with heard from them Mrs. A. L. I built a lovely home and art
Commission ran high in six State BarJulian season affording most I the mainland unless they havea Hall was surprised to see John now in residence So Mr. West.

public pre-regulations meeting. weekends of shooting possible terry service Progress drive in without her yesterday ] man didn't have to go to

this month, accordmg to J. O D Clarkson of Fort Yes, 414 No, 14. 1. seems in this case to be going He picked up their personal France this winter to see them

p' Brown region manager. Myers and John C Pinkerton Late waterfowl season, with L.... Mi backward instead of forward.0 things from the trailer they He Is as happy as a lark
most ducks possible Yes, 254 ? sold Before going over to the -0-
Out of possible 696-vote of Sarasota have been re-elect.
No, 0. AIRMAN ROGER PRINDLE Pvt ALMOND FREEMAN, Jr and Mrs Fred Schrader, East Coast where they bought Former friends of Doris Ran.
the regional tally was: I ed without opposition to the kin of South
wintering at Bradenton from another and where the accident Staple Street win
For the new deer hunting Board of Governors of The Airman Roger W. Prindle Marine Pfc Almond D Free- Maine, are spend in if a week be sorry to hear she enters
counties T Yes 470 No, 31, Florida Bar. They will represent son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Jr Is extensive happened.
Teacher Exam man undergoing here with Mr. and Mrs How Perth Amboy N J.. hospllII.|! |
It r., For the new turkey hunting the lawyers of Lee Sara. A Prindle of Englewood has training in the Caribbeanwith ard Philcox at their home on She needs an operation but

'; .reas? Yes, 318 No, 2. ante Manatee, Hendry Glades been reassigned to Keesler Second Marine Division's Dearborn and Harbor View Mr and Mrs G Crambell of pulse so low will! have to buildup
':l For the same dove Mason tn Collier Charlotte and DeSoto AFB Miss., for technical training Eighth Expeditionary Unit, Co Kenton, Ohio who winters ina We are extremely
, all First Region counties? Yes Counties on the bar s 30-man Deadline SetThe as a USAF communications E. Mr and Mrs Horton drove Bradenton Trailer camp, 'Just about her condition sorry
249 No, 10 governing board. specialist -
Stops are being made at San -
The six meetings In Dade Also in the recent bar elect.. deadline for submitting Airman Prindle was graduated Juan, Puerto Rico and Guan-
City Bartow Tampa, Sebring. lion Robert M. Ervin Tallahassee applications for participatingin from Venice High School in tanamo Bay Cuba
Fort Myers and Sarasota was named president. the National Teacher 1961 His wife, the former Ida
The unit will return to its Vote 5th For
of statewide !
elect the organisation
were attended by 696 Sportsmen
Mae is from Sharon
of Examination Is April II. according Boyd, home base, Camp Lejuene, N.
from 73 towns and cities lawyers and judges.
to Information received Conn.
C.. in early April.
in 12 counties records show I Pinkerton a former municipal He enlisted in the Air Force
from Miss Montine Bennett
and of 'Judge and a law graduateof Pvt. Freeman is the son of
by a total 766
persons Director for the Professional recently and took his initial
including\ Commission personnel the University of Florida Personnel Office Sarasota basic training at Tinker AFB, Mr and Mrs. Almond D. Free. Boyd "Bud" Gernhardr

This compares with 253 will begin his third twoyearterm County Public School System Okla _._ man of 1101 Groveland Ave.
on the Board of Governors
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persons present the 1963meetings
The National Teacher Examinations
and in He Is also a member of 'm
432 present r
the Sarasota and will be held statewideon i I The Qualified, Experienced
County Amen
1962 indicating sharp upturnin
a May >. Miss Bennett has Bids Opened On Waterway
public Interest in the pre. ican Bar Associations. accepted responsibility for administering Dedicated REPUBLICAN
regulations meetings Brown Clarkson who was named to
noted. the Board of Governors of The the tests locally An apparent low bid of $744- from Lemon Bay to Dona Bay FOt
Opinion against Florida Bar in 1963 will begin The testing center for Sara- D84 94 for construction of the Eleven bids were receivedon
ran sharply '
establishing the Citrus Wildlife his first full term on the board. sots County and for personnel West Coast Inland Waterway the Section 2 phase of the S
of Charlotteand CLERK CIRCUIT
Management Area as an ex- He Is a law graduate of the Manatee Lee Counties DeSoto to from Charlotte Harbor to Alligator project ,
elusive bow hunting area and University of Florida and Creek has been submit. Parkhill Goodlow alreadyhas
formerly served on the Boardof take the test in Sarasota will ted by Parkhill.Goodlow, FlorIda been
awarded contracts
against deer on
making legal
any I be Sarasota Junior High the sparkplug of the County Commlssloa/
the last day of the season Governors of the Junior Bar east coast dredging contractors I the first two sections of the
School. GOP. Go-Team that .
Section of The Florida Bar. He .
Opposition to raising the quail Florida cross-state barge canal '
In order for Interested 'so in
the fine
persons Not only held tax m promised 1960
bag limit from 10 per day to 12 is a member of the Lee Countyand Bids on Section 2 of the In- '
in the
I to participate but .
American Bar Associations tracoastal canal --------- -
day narrowed opened
r per to 180-to-177. were
tests to be held May 9. it will
Opposition to the exclusive bow be necessary for them to have Tuesday at Jacksonville. Estimate REDUCED your taxes with resultant savings of
hunting area was 341-to-264: med' a formal application with of the U. S. Army Corpsof NEED MONEY? iw 1 l'/4' million dollars and .
and 275.to-195 against an "any Engineers on that phase of
deer' Film On Blind he Personnel Office Sarasota the Still developed more' roads, bridges, drainage and
harvest the last day of bounty: Board of Public Instruction project reportedly was Would you lice to haves
"r the season $930.000. other public facilities than ever before la the history
prior to 4:00: p.m., tome money in escrow to 'I
The widely discussed early Shown At LionsA Wednesday, April 15th. The job Is expected to re- protect your family or business of Sarasota County.VOTE .
season south of State Candidates may obtain forms quire about 17 months Con in of

ease unespected
film the training of your
Road 60. while on !(
opposed for' registration and inforrna- tracts probably will be let dealth or disability?
by leader dOlls for the blind
many sportsmen presentin ion Bulletins br applying at within the next two or three
the meetings met with far "Whither Thou GoestM was If you can qualify I can ar
he Personnel Office Board of weeks, with work expected to GERNHARD
less hostility than had been an- shown bv Jack West of Sara. range 1 I'3% loan.
Public Instruction, 2418 Hatton immediately awardIng
begin! upon
ticinated Brown said sota at the meeting( of the Nokomis -
Street Sarasota of the contract
The vote to open the general!( Lions Club last week at
hunting season statewide on Marchlone's Restaurant Next phase of the dredgingwill Ph 4886738 488.5183 Pala Po). A Adv br eaten ttinnttt tlmp.lon T......
Nov. 21 was favored 8Q5-to.l.< West is a member of the I be the so-called C.1 Alter.
Other votes taken in the six Sarasota Hi.Noon Lions Club. Kelly Joins nate Route through Venice

meetings included the follow- The film shows the training I

given the dogs at the Roche. Navy ReserveScott
ter Mich.. school which was
Millions SpentOn opened in 1939. The organization .
CHEVY ]EE Chevrolet
Is non-profit. supported by Layton Kelly, son of by

Swim PoolsWith donations and the cost of trailing Mr. and Mrs Max Kelly of

all the lakes in Florida dogs il.500 each to. There properly dog is Is no approximately certified cost for blind the member Englewood Electronics of the was Division Naval sworn Tuesday Reserve in as a How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel !

plus the Gulf and the ocean it persons. night Kelly a junior at Venice

would seem swimming pools The film Is available!! free of High School, will attend drills If you're looking for a way to get the whole family saving Dekotron generator and self-adjusting brakes.

might be a little unnecessary.. charge to interested clubs it the Sarasota-Bradenton Airport there and back on a small vacation budget this u Besides of there U
wagons, course, are Chevy
But the
State Board
of Health which may obtain it through Tuesday nights while he the station wagon that can do it
approved :2!B71 public pools in ho Hi.Voon Club. completes high school sedans and coupes. The Super Sport Coupe eon**
1963 with You see, a Chevy II is one of the most inexpensive with a wide of bucket door-to-
estimated of seats
an cost President Lew CIa!,!, and He will also participate in range engines, ,
$4.250.000 against t 3 554 in 1962 Treasurer Arthur Konersman t wo weeks training duty this wagons you can own It goes so many miles between door carpeting and either an extra-cost floor-mounted
which cost $S.280.000 gas stops you'll think we built in a tank.
received pins for 11 years per lummer By joining the Navy spare Powerghde or 4-speed transmission So although
However David B Lee director ect attendance from Lions In Reserve Kelly will earn a full Garage stops, too, are far, far apart. Chevy H'a are economical to buy and own, they cer
of the board Bureau of ?emotional Counsellor Charlie lay's pay for each drill attend. And you get 76 cu ft of cargo space for less TRADE ?N'I p AVEl.thinly don't look it

Sanitary Engineering said Ihe Scott of the Port Charlotte ed and will earn rank before money than you'd expect to pay for most sedans. f And now that it's Trade 'N Travel Time at
total in yonr
the state is
probably I Club at a recent club meeting!( going[: on active duty. Big enough to handle fat rowboats and tall fishing TliiiE Chevrolet
bout five times 2 871 because dealer's, you'll never find a better tune to
this figure represents public poles. Powerful enough to tote fully loaded trailers. look into Chevy II. Look under its hood Slam its

pools only It does not include GRANT'S' "SKILLET" And all Chevy II s come with Chevrolet's moneysaving solid doors. Bounce on its thickly padded foam-cud -

'sl private pooIs.Don't SPECIAL \ easy-care features. Like Body by Fisher, ioned seats. But above all else-try it on the highway.
rust-resisting flush rocker '
and-dry panels, battery- It 11 give you a good run for your money.

Carry Out .
Panic G7ier 77 Nova4-DoorFMf *"Wc s11t

It's A Test

llont get ud.dwh..n
you hear the banshee
will of North Port Charlotte .
'i newly Installed siren

each evening' at 6 clock. It's
a test and lasts one minute. $2 60 WHOLE 2'/' LB. _

Any other blasts will be for e CHICKEN ((10 Pieces) I t

an Here emergency are steps (o be takenIn WITH: I LB. FRENCH FRIES I LB COLE SLAW, 11t, i R ',t- I, 4' '' 1'' t i i k,

ease of fire or other emer. '/: DOZEN HOT ROLLS l ,, 'li
J Ll Iju IfI
genry: ('all orders pocked (fn foil lined buckets J t f J J17I j(
Call the Volunteer Fire De.
purtment, phone 4R8-'ZRt.! Phone Ahead your order will be ready

giving the location of the fire
PHONE 488-5075
or emertencTGo
to the siren. turn on the W. T. GRANT CO. 4 1i tll I1 I f+ I r '! { 'e u

opening switch and walt until .

a memhrr of the fire department RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER VENICETrailways

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PLACE: 235 So. Timami, Trail

Trailwayi n pl..s.d to announce the opening of this new

facility for the convenience. of the traveling public. Thr_

no change service it operate from Venice to Lot Angeles,

Chicago New York City (World's Fair), Cleveland and all

Intermediat. points.

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