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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00079934:00160
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VOL. 20 NO. I H PAGES Aba*",* EV"T Andy ?* nvnov. mm tie t4 m HIM A.._ THURSDAY JANUARY 2, 1964 VENICE flORIDA En..... a. aid Ckw Mtttor M Po* Officio M T+le., Florid PRICE 10 cant




Area Plagued With Break-Ins





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I t 0 # A rash of break-in hit the off with two television sets at in the heavy plate glass. The when virtually its entire Christmas
5 7 Venice area as the old year Bestway Sales on the Trail in print of a ripple rubber shoe stock of golf gear and
made its exodus r Nokomis sole was left on the shattered wearing apparel was cleaned
The latest: occurred early A concrete slab was hurled door. out. A suspect was questionedand
Tuesday when thieves smash through the door after an apparent The concrete dab landed between released after the earlier
-N- ed a plate glass door and made effort was made to kick two big, new console tel- break-in.
evision sets. The sets were The two youths seized in the
b =: showered with glass but were Sunday night robbery were referred -
undamaged! to Juvenile Court. They
_________ KMHere SundayFor Two Sets Taken .. were caught by Assistant Police -
Owner W. C. Stulgis said after Chief Allen Slater and Pa-
r a preliminary check that trolmen Bill Fann and RobertJ.
apparently the only merchandise Galvin after the patrolmen
Annual 'Visit'Cadets missing were two portable on routine patrol surprised the
RCA television sets valued at youths looting the place.
$350. The cash box was ripped Hit-Run Driver
but Stulgis said it contained Police meanwhile were look
open
and members of about and the cadets
faculty 100
no cash. ing for the driver of Cadillac
a
of Kentucky Military Institute and staff alike have become a
The same establishment was with a Sarasota plate on the
have started arriving for their part of the community..
v- burglarized in September a front involved in a hit-and-run
32nd winter at their headquarters Col.! Charles B. Richmond is
year ago when a number of accident Sunday night
on Tampa Street, but the president of the school. ,
television and radio sets were The driver shouted "tough
largest contingent will not ar Highlights of their spring taken. That robbery was never luck" and sped rf after sinking
YI rive until Sunday aboard a Sea quarter are semi-monthly Sun solved a parked automobile owned
board Airline Railroad train. day Full Dress Parades which Tuesday's robbery was carried by Bertrand J. Hill on West
The train is due at 4:30: p.m., are held on the parade ground out with; lights In the store Venice Avenue. Damage to the
but because of the heavy holi. across from the school. They burning brightly and with Hill car was estimated at $350.
day traffic )Is not expected until will be held this year on Jan. heavy traffic moving on the In another t ifflo case Don
a later hour 12. Jan. 26, Feb, 9. Feb 23, Trail. aid William Roberts, 28, of
Several of the students came March 8 and March 22 The Early Monday Anderson Auto Sarasota posted $150 bond for
L'' here with their parents either traditional St. Valentine's Day P-rts store in Venice was appearance in Municipal Courton
.t by plane or auto during the Parade will take place on Feb. entered by prying open a rear charges of reckless driving
Christmas vacation, Parents of 9. door and $10 was stolen from and leaving the scene of an accident.
some of the cadets own winter AH parades are scheduled at. the cash drawer. It was the .
homes In the area. 4 p.m second break-in at this establishment Police reported Roberts aeknowledged
The cadets, some 300 strong The Cadets win begin their in two months.On driving the car
spend January February and athletic activities almost im.mediately Sunday night two youths, which damaged a fire hydrant
NETHERLANDS AIR FORCE VISITORS TO VENICE duringthe airmen's visit, conducted them 01a grand tour of the area. March here along with a staff by meeting Palmetto 14 and 15 years old, were and mail box in the 1000 block
holiday were guest of John C. Koppenol and Mr. Kop- From left, front, Koppenol Fred Van Vliet, Miss LeBlanc, Tuesday night in a White caught looting the Lake Venice of Groveland Avenue. He was
I penol of Venice Municipal Trailer Park. Miss Mary Lynn Le- Pierre Van Der Poel; rear. Laurens Frits, Jaap De Winkel, New Residents Sands Conference basketball Golf Club, which was the vic quoted as saying he lost control
blanc, sister-in-law of Dr. Luther Luck president of the VenIce Comeilius Van Der Meer Jan Fries. Van Der Meet and Kop game tim of a robbery on Dec. 15 when a tire blew out.
Jaycees, who took over .the entertainment phase of the penol are second cousins All the men are Staff Sergeants. Welcome -
rf > 4)1.- > X- X- X-

The these GONDOLIER new neighborsto welcomes County Office Mails Out

Venice Hosts Netherlands Airmen) Mr.the Venice Albert areas Muenefeld, I

Channel Lane, from Cincin

Venice was host during the meals at Early Wynn'a SteakHouse tog area. We were invited to Christmas dinner. It was) so delightful nail Mr., Ohio.and Mrs. William Wy- Over 40,000 Tax Forms

holidays to six members of the King's Table, Smitty's Early Wynn's bowling estab- and the food was so coif Venice Manor No. 4,
Netherlands Air Force who expressed Beef-Eaters Room and Wool. lishment, where we had our great. One would almost say ,
N. J.
in their native language wort a. first workout in bowling aodjt 'you Americans live to eat J in. from Vlneland. L. (Pat, ) Maloney By W. EARL AUMANN
Mr. J
their delight at the "roy Letter In Dutch was indeed gratifying. We l had atead of eat to live'; we like it. No. 307 100 The Esplanade More than 40,000 tax forms
al treatment" they received.The The following letter which out picture taken with Mr. "Thanks again for the good from .Flossmoor 111. were mailed out Dec. 31 by
group which Is studying was written to Koppenol In Wynn and afterwards were invited lunch packed by Mrs. Koppenol Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Hood Sarasota County Tax Assessor
missiles at Redstone Arsenal Dutch and signed by all six of to dinner in the wonderful and Mrs. ,Hilda Van Zyl; we No. 304 100 The Esplanade, William N. Stuart to residents
near Huntsville Ala, arrived the visitors, was translated by Steak House dining room; shall indeed enjoy it on our from Illinois. of Sarasota County, and all of
Dec 22 for a visit with Mr Koppenol and reveals some of it was indeed something tre- trip to the next air base we Mrs. Kathryn Vivian Palm them are expected to be delivered
and Mrs. John C. Koppenolwho the impressions the group had member. plan to visit. Terrace Apartments, from by today.
reside in Venice Municipal of the city "The same evening we droveto "In closing, may we say you Indiana. Over 25,000 of them were
Trailer Park Koppenol is related "Upon our arrival In Venice the Venice Warm Mineral could not have treated us better Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Campbell forms on which legal residents
to one of the airmen. last Sunday night we were royally Springs to meet Mr. and Mrs. ; we love ;you all." Darling Drive, from can renew their homstead exemption
Florida Hospitality received by the Koppenols Wheeler the owners of the motel The letter was signed by Philadelphia, Pa. for 1964 about 10,000are
When their presence became who told us about a program In which we spent the night. S/Sgt. C. Van Der Meer, S/Sgl Mr. and Mrs. William If. forms on which to report
known city officials and businessmen being worked out by Dr. Luck "On Christmas Eve we were Johannes Fiers, S/Sgt. "Jaap" Wild, 521 West Venice Avenue intangible taxes and about 5,000 r
took over and helped (President of Venice Jaycees) selected to Judge a Christmas De Winkel, SVSgt. Casper G. from New York. are for reporting taxable per t
the Koppenols play host to the of Venice, decorating and lighting contest Laurens Frits, S/Sgt. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyd sonal property, Stuart said
young Netherlander who were "On Tuesday afternoon we which was something new for Van Der Pool and S/Sgt. F. Zook, No. :24 Point White The law states that all citizens
for the first time experiencing were met by Mayor Brohard us In the Netherlands, you Van Vliet. Cap Apartments, from Scars- previously entitled to the
Florida hospitality who In turn introduced us to know, we don't mix fit Nicholas Miss Mary Lynn Leblanc, dale, N. Y. .$5,000 homestead exemptionand
They were made guests of the Venice City Council which with Christmas but rather Dr. Luther Luck's sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Max Steln- who still hold title and reside -
the city with Mayor Smyth D. was in special session have a pre-Christmas day for conducted the group on a Irene feld, 238 North Park Blvd., in the property on Jan. 1
Srohard, the Venice Junior "We were invited by the !good Old St. Nick which is on Dec. tour of Venice visiting the Circus from New York. can have the homestead exemption L_
Chamber of Commerce and Mayor for a dinner at the Beef. 8. Casey Key and other Ven- Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. renewed for another

Venice business establishments eaters Room. Through the "Such treatment which we ice attractions Miss Leblanc Gibben 1310 Mangold from year if application is filed before with COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR William N, Stuart left, goes over
in make them feel of the mayor'sson the county tax assessor
pitching to thoughtfulness received from the hands of Jie Is presently in college at Mc- Indiana.Mr. plans with Mayor Smyth D. Brohard for opening a branch ,
al t home. we were afterwards takento people of Venice shall long Neese College in Lake Charles. and Mrs. Hubert F. April 1.This the office in the Venice Council Room, City Hall, March 11 through
preaidentof I
Dr. the air is the second
at
year
Luther
Luck the party
youth in La. and was a guest ot the Kupper, 616 West Venice Mrs I
linger our memories. has mailed out April 1. Clyde Hare of Venice will be in charge of the
(/ the tax assessor ,
the Venice Jaycees. presented port.Laud Youth Center Christmas Dinner Lucks over the holidays.The Ave., from Indiana. these forms to make it easy for local office. Branch offices will also be opened in North Port
group to Mayor Mrs. G. Pad ilia,
Col. and
their
Charlotte and
will Englewood.
"We also grateful to the men resume
are their home-
Brohard and City Council on "This is Indeed a thoughtful Sorrento residents to renew
committee of the Municipal studies at huntsville next 97S Sorrento Drive (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
to stead by mail
Christmas Eve and arranged action of the Venice Citizens: Shores from Colombia S. A. exemption
for their stay at the Gondolier keep the youth occupied."Dr. Trailer Park for a wonderful week Form Provisions era to Florida who were legal divorced or separated women
Motel here and the Warm Mineral Luck planned our trip These forms contain a legal residents of the state on Jan. or to widows( who remarry and
Beach !
Springs Motel and for through Venice and surround- ,I Beauty And Beast On The I description of the property anda i' 1, When applying for a home- are subsequently divorced.
--- I ? _. place to check for homestead I' stead exemption on homes they A Disabled Person's Exemption .
';'Y exemption as well as for wid have bought and are living in applies to residents of
ow's exemption, disabled vet. on Jan. 1, they must apply in Florida who have lost the usa
Firm Selects Hamilton 2J 11" erans and disability exemption, person before April 1 at the of an eye, arm, or leg through
r _,\ .', if the resident Is entitled to any ] tax assessors office, or one of misfortune. The exemption is
1FY "IH ,;: one of these four exemptions.All the branch offices and file a $500. The courts have ruled
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the resident has to do is to Declaration of Domicile or however, that ordinary or unusual -
'Builder Of The Year'customer / check the legal description to show that they have been registered diseases are not termed
see that it is correct, mark the as a legal voter in Sara misfortunes within the purviewof
exemptions to which he is en- sota County the conatitutional provision.A .
r wy'pt. titled with a cross, date, sign The tax assessor emphasized Disabled Veteran's Exemp.
Robert J, (Bob) Hamilton help and guidance. ., ea 4kl and mail the form back to the the Importance of filing tion allows an extra $500 exemption
president and owner-builder of A native of Michigan Ham.ilton tax assessor's office. After the homestead exemption applications on property valuationto
Hamilton Homes, Inc. of Vence moved to the Venice area homestead exemption application on time by pointing out ex-servicemen disabled In
> has been selected "Build'r In 1957 with previous construction has been processed and this homestead exemption can war or by subsequent misfortune .
of the Year" by the American experience gained in Mich approved, a receipt will be save legal residents up to $130on while In service. To quail.
Furnace Co., national manufacturers igan. Starting as a custom mailed out by the tax asses their county taxes and even fy a veteran must be a bona-
and distributors of builder Hamilton soon branched sor's office. more if they live in Venice or fide resident of Florida and
out to furnished model pres Stuart warned however that North Port Charlotte. have a certificate of disability
entations.One 1 { anyone selling his home during Stuart in a booklet titled from the U. S. government. I:
j of his latest developments the past year and who has Digest of Information, prepared I Servicemen retired due to age '1
bought another must make a by his office, also points out and Informities of old age are
the Points Whitecap
44 I IA Cooperative are Apartments, of t ta new application for homestead three other forms of exemptions I not entitled to disability ex-
exemption at the tax assessor's that are available to emption.Another
which 18 have been constructedand
4 ,: office in the court house at those who qualify, I booklet entitled Tax
been
most of which have
Sarasota or at one of the One is a widow's exemptionthat Facts, prepared by Stuart's office .
sold. branch offices to be open in allows an additional $500 states "State Intangible
geg n
Hamilton Is a founding direr Venice Englewood and North exemption to widows having I I (Continued on page 2)
I tor of The First National Bankof Port Charlotte. The homestead legal residence in Florida on
Venice, a member of Grace exemption cannot be transferred Jan. 1. This can be applied to
Methodist Church and the Masonic he emphasized. any property owned in the' Council Acts
Lodge. / Newcomers Note State of Florida. The widow's I
'r + The same is true of newcom- exemption does not apply to


v# 'M I'I On Beach FacilityThe

63 Area UA Campaign
_
The Hamiltons have three Venice City Council decided .
sons, Robert, John and Paul. at on Informal session
The family resides in Venice Friday to enclose the old pavil-
Gardens. Lr 'I ion moved to the south end of

BLONDES : : i.- Close To $20,000 Goal the shelter Venice in Beach case of as inclement an added

ROBERT J. HAMILTON SANTA PREP I weather.
_
"ting equipment NEW YORK (AP) Janls The Venice Area United Appeal -' campaign committees have I This is the only part of the
Of six selected nationwide Paige had to redye her hair to Drive moved to within 90 completed their work he is pos old beach buildings left and
Jiamilton shared the distinction keep Santa Claus happy. ii't' per cent of its goal of $20,000 itive the drive will exceed its since it was In such good condition ii
'f representing 20 eastern Miss Paige starring In the with cash and pledges now goal for the first time since it Guy E. Curwood, director
Stairs with but one other build. Broadway musical "Here's ;b totaling just over $18,000, according began some 1C years ago of public works, was instructed
r. He will appear Love," originally tinted her itsMISS ... J->:: _' '' J! I'. ." to a report issued on Plans are now underway for to enclose) the building
.:speaker at a forum tolcon.nZfi tresses titian. Then LaurenceNaismith. KELLY ANN HOLMES, a performerwith Hugo Schmitt and an unidentified bystander New Year's Eve by campaign Venice to organize Its own and Install picnic tables
In St. Louie who plays Kris will the chairman Warren S. Henderson. both inside the building and
beginning the Ringllng Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus The new guide cover emphasize community fund drivt in the
Tuesday. The forum lasts Krlngle i in the show, began take time main Venice area attraction beaches, outside at an estimated cost of i
and Targa a circus elephant future to meet the needs of the
three days Medical tests deter- 1700.
sneeiing. Henderson said south county
circus palm trees and sunshine. The beach
Qualifying requirements mined he was allergic to the out from rehearsals to pose of for th3 a new color Venice phototo scene ,was photographed by Ted Van Pelt of I :itizens have been most re- growing area and to take care The action win be confirmed '' '
ere based coloring. So Miss Paige be used for the coyer of additional services that will later at a regularly scheduled
upon quality of con- Henna Area Chamber of Commerce guide booklet Sunshine Press, which la publishing the guide Nponslve' to this year's appeal ,
'ltl'llctlon, switched to blonde, nonlrrlUniUnU Laud current b. needed. council meetingVENTCE .
aelee uniqueness of design, a Behind the performer an Elephant Trainer l _that_when. _all_the
Presentation as well as ,

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--- -- Church :Sets Communion
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II Obituaries Hospital Report

.1. ,, I The sacrament of Holy Communion ling deacon, and C R. Joe<<'I) 'OIl
ADMISSIONS: t iI' will be observed at the elder '
Dec 25: Robert Fold"n. N I
lI.USlolln from Pa Church it
JOHN B. : years ago Allentown Calvary Reformed
komis Edward Leonard v, IJ The Community HI'''?'
B. Maas 72. of 417 Bay- His birthplace was Shenandoah ; Venice Gardens this Sunday nt 'lng
Ice Catherine Russell NIJJ" Sunday night at 7'10 \\111 ,
shore Drive. died Monday at PaHe ; 4 t the 11 a.m. service The Communion "Gain,
mis Mary lillman Saraso feature "Gospel Hvmn
Venice HospitalH wasI veteran of both ; meditation by the pas. Ringing
was born in Humboldt WWlllnd WWII and a memberof Henry W Allen Rev. Flank J. Shearer You 11 Enjoy. Both c"'sp'
the
Mieh.. and later lived in Grosse First Baptist Church of Venice Dec. 26: Jolan Antnl \ 01" tor will be. The Lord Cup hymns and choruses 11.111\ be
,
'll t ef
Oscar Breynaert V 'nit( .1) accompanied by ,
sung "
faint Mich until he came k dn
J. Norris Venice Rub B q, the Devil Cup. The .
1
lc
here to make his retirement Survivors Include his widow ; f vs and piano. song id( r \\11l
horn in 1(82 Mrs Mabel Prescott: one son. en, Venice; Robert E Mullet I At this service new members be Paul Troy and guest soMrf '"isl
Mr Maas was owner and L.. Col. Daniel C. Prescott of Nokomis: Allie Taylor Ospr i na fellow. David McIntyre Will ?ng
Dec 27: Heidi Rudel ->rice t" will be received Into the The pastor will give: the, f
Operator of Crest Sales and Hampton Va. : two daughters ,l lull/
Supply and Oil Distributing Mrs John A. Sleasman of Venice : Herman Rossow Ven c, T+ ship of the church and church meditation of a series on' the

O. in Detroit until his retire and Mrs Ann Hopkins of Nellie Pisano Venice Me 4. officer for 1964 will be Installed Lord's Prayer.
H Hell Nokomis L ui> .1
"
:
inent JanesvilleVls.; a brother s Kies i.I cordially
They include Lester Everyone III'i I neat! .
Venice FeW
Unertle >
4 He eec, a member of Church William J. Prescott of Philadelphia ; --
of the Epiphany and the Holy ; a sister, Mrs Edna Everhart Englewood: Rnf .,
Name Society. R. Brown of Philadelphia and Holt Nokomis: Jacob Zinc:

Survivors include his widow. seven grandchildren Pennsylvania: Edmund 1.,den r NOTICE !
Venice Muriel Slack, Venice
Mrs Marjorie R Maas: two Services were held Monday
dons. Col. John B. Maas of at Rawles Funeral Home Chap Katherine N>berg. Nokon / t py3i t
Mundeleln 111. and William R. el with The Rev. Richard R. Dec 28: John E Barnhar a' t, 8tltiI
Man of St Claire Shores. Lloyd officiating! Interment in Venice: Betty J. Lewis 1,BK I d b'I' f For the convenience of my Venice Patents: ,
Emihe Hilton, i
tVs r'
rel; Verne I. r
Mich ; two daug tiers. Mrs. Joanne the National Cemetery at Arlington e.seer.
Blrkei of Grand Rapids. Va.COUNTY. lanna[ Feinsod, Venic n. I Ins retained my Venice phone number)
A. Cilbreath Venice: Funk, ,i
:Mich. and Mrs Mary Har
and Kent. Nokomis; Bab, Be, 488.2352
it wood of Saginaw Mich.;
1 four sisters, Mrs. Marie Murphy OFFICE Lewis, Laurel 1ss
Dec. 29: Phyllis Hud oi 4i
of Freeport, NY. ? Mrs
Sutger of Evansville: I Continued from page 1)) Venice Y WARREN B. SPURGE, D.D.S.
Dec 30: Charles Matthew.
Batchelderof
III Mrs Rudolph
,
i Personal Property Return Jo Ann Time
Englewood;
Portland, Maine. and Mrs .
must be filed by legal resident. Venice; Wilma E SirlMo, 1 "
Greten Zuercher of York Pa.
of Florida with the tax a.sel- Port Charlotte: Ger > r --.....
A recital of the Rosary by
sor between Jan 1 and April 1 Hockelt Venice; John t' H" Ift I y.,,
The Cummings Rt Rev.was held Mipr last George night! of each year. The tax is not rick Venice: Ida M Cast V,., EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

due, however, until November ice: Wilbur H. Stone V 'm
at Rawlea and the Funeral funeral Home mass Chapel will- when a tax bill will be sent Joseph McCarthy Venic, EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY

; those filing! a return. Dec 31: Vera Millei. vce >,
TRADITIONAL
be recited today at 9 a m by
IntangiblesIntangible : Joseph Woodcroft Fnju: 4
Father Cummings at Catholic
Church of the Epiphany Personal Property wood. Let ui style your '
consists of stocks bonds and DISCHARGES a c.ramic Into beautiful( lampi
I other securities regardless of t
IU.RVEYF. TRFSCOTT their location. The taxable value Dec. 24: Harry Agrigg v;, s R.wln9;; Restyling
Harvey F. Prescott 69. retired Thomas Cramer ,
tomis; 1"pl
is as of Jan I. Tho rate is All lamp Rteairt
USN bandmaster and .., ,, "
one mill or $1 per $1.000 on ed). Venice: Fred H
Chief Boatswain, of 715 Grove. mis: Robert Journal!. Fnr Work E enead Designers and
stocks and bonds This is by r
a reduction Genesis another p
land Ave. died Saturday at VHS JESTERs PRESENT First produc Tile other two playS are ,
wood NokomlhI
Mary Lingle
Venice Hospital I of 331 1 3 per cent from I Kathryn: Mailloux Venice ion of the newly.formed Venice High!: School pay: authored by Mahar and Thornton Wilder Craftsmen
last 'ear's. rate which was I Dramatics Club will be three one.act playawhich 's experimental one.act play The Happy
Mr. Prescott here 10
came Dorothy Moulton 0 s r c s.
p
$1 10 per SI,.000. Stuart said Irene ] LillianPowers open tonight at Venice Little Theatre. Journey." The production will run through THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
Nelson Osprey:
The tax rate on cash is 10 The cast of "Open End" written and directed Saturday and VLT members will be admit.
VENICE I cents per $1ODD and $1 per Englewood; Paulette 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA
loop. Venice: Stepanv Sander by the club sponsor George Mahar Is ted by membership tickets Tickets for the
.
$1 000
HIGH SCHOOLJESTERS on notes of. accounta re Venice; George!: Wheeler.. shown above. Seated is Miss Nancy Taylor public are SO cents and Student tickets art
ceivable .out state mortgages Venice. and standing!. left to right are Rocki DePagter 25 cents Curtain time is 8U: p.m.
etc.Tangible Kenny Walker and George Eichelberger (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)
Personal Property Dec. 26: Florence Kinney,
:X- :X- :X- :* X-
Tax Returns must also be Venice: Joe E. Brown Sarasola -
made out each year between : Eloise Linder Venice

P Jan. 1 and April I. to avoid 10 Betty Vincent Venice: Be I VMS Drama Club To Present
pretext per cent penalty. nard Noltner Punta Gorda
Tangible Personal Property Dec 27: Robert Mallett Noomis -
as owned on Jan I, consists of : i '
inventories furniture fixtures Dec. 28: Harvey Prescott A LARGE I +t'
3ONEACT
machinery equipment. etc. (expired). Venice: Catherine 1 st Production This WeekendVenice VOLUME .
used in conducting a business Russell. Nokomis; Florence / }

or furnish ngs in rental unite Zhilds. Venice; Mary Martin fs
such as hotels. motels rooming Venice: Nelle Pisano Venice OF e !
High School new i American one-act plays. Mahar General admission is SO cents i
houses and rental houses also Heidi Rader Glen Arbor Mich
PLAYS ; drama club, The Jesters will said for adults and 23 cents for students BUSINESS aaog
water and Nokomis
sewer systems in Dec. 29: Robert Feldon -
present their first productionat The players in Genesis u
mobile home parks and in subdivisions ; Muriel Slack VenIce.
Thurs.. Fn and Sat where the systems Dec. 30: Merle Heil Nokomis Venice Little Theatre today are: Jan Dillon Deibie Wendell The exhibition in the Theatre I
are privately owned. Edward Leonard Venice: through Saturday under the Jane Ridlon, Merrily lobby will be works producedby a 0N

Jan. 2, 3, 4 Stuart has made arrange John Maas expired) )). Venice auspices The of the VLT will Workshop.consist of Brown. Pat Todd. Pam Lee the VHS art and drafting
n ants with the City of Venice Allie Taylor Osprey; Jo Ann program Kathy Brannon Rawleen Mac classes.
at the to maintain a branch office In Turner. Venice; Jacob Zuiss,, three one-act plays directed by kay Linda Breedon and Rod

the Venice Council Room City Venice. George who in also Mahar author club of two sponsor of the Curry as the narrator The Maya Indians of Chlch Results in the reduction of maintenance costs. We direct
LITTLE THEATREVenice Hall from March 11. through End" and I In the cast of Open[ End"I en Itza played a ball game !In
offerings "Open
Air Bate April 1 I. with Mrs. Clyde Hare Genesis," Third play will be are Nancy Taylor George which the ball had to be driven many Service, thin lowers overhead expense and permit
a resident of Venice in charge. BIRTHSVINCENT Thornton Wilder expert Eichelberger Rockl De Pagter into goals These were ornately
25c STUDENTS50c Other branch offices of J" mental play "The s early Happy Jour. I and Kenny Walker carved stone rings with 18-inch us to render services at prices that you can afford to pay.

county assessor will be open in Mr and Mrs. Beverly Jones Is the stage holes set into the walls 24 feet
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ADULTS North Port Charlotte on Jan born I manager" in Jour. above the court.
Larry B.. Venice son "Happy
14. Feb. 4 and 25. and March Christopher Magee technical ."
Dec. 24 11:52: p.m. Named Terry ley The parents are playedby
director of is assist.
3. An office will be open in Englewood VLT RAWLESFUNERAL
SUPPORT THE NEW at the Recreation- Blaine Vincent ng the students in their introductory > Charles Copp and Kathy Mexico won her independence -
Brannon. Linda Moser and Ron
DRAMA CLUB AND building on Jan. 22 and Feb. LINDNER Mr. end Mrs venture In technical in 1821.

26. William M III, Venice son. stagecraft. The decision to pre. Dickens take the parts of the .'...........?.'.......
Enjoy Yourself! I born. Dec. 24 11:38: p m Nam. sent this show instead of the two children HOME
ignorant ed William Martin Lindner IV. Jame Johnson Is stage manager
Everybody is onlyon customary Workshop play. of the 225 W Venice Ave 483.6761
.;Fj I three-play produc-
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-aJ i I different subjects LEWIS Mr. and Mrs James reading presentation was made

___ _m._ .y*.".......... 114. R., Mission Valley Estates by President Mrs Gene Green. lion in and charge George of the ichrlbergers I lighting ---1 Oiyqtn TAtrapy. Service
Laurel. son. born Dec. 28. 3:30: and the VLT board of directors .
Others working In tin off stape 24 Hour
p.m Named Richard Anthony lobe are: Karen Roth, publicity Phone V 24 Hour Ambulantt/ Service

JAMES T. BLALO Lewis. "Genesis," winner of numer : Jan Dillon tick.S.! and III PONII:
CK AGENCY, INC. sus slate prizes and now under Jane Norcros' u 1 hers ................................-................ ....
consideration for Columbia Curtain time for the three
urane. Rebekah Lodge Broadcasting System produc evenings will be at 8:15: and

&Vn6 Established 1929 lion. will be the first present VLT members well be admittedon

243 w. VENICE AVE. ed. It Is a dramatization of their membership card
Inducts FourENGLEWOOD parts of the first book of the
t. VENICE FLORIDA Bible and is performed in the

PHONE S.lect and Consult an Ind.. early Greek style with speak 1 1D 1tliiO

488-6791 pendent Insurance Agent II yes At the reju Ing choruses and individual I
would your Doctor or lawyer. tar meeting of the Lemon Bay VOIces portraying the biblical =
Rebekah Lodge No. 80 las' e haracters

-grin aRaei yp a"K.aMpkQ Thursday night in the Odd It will be followed by "Open
lows Hall the main event rel-\\ End,"' an experiment in thesocalled 0
1 he induction of four new
"Theater of the Absurd
g g'U e.\aQ borne didates. The ritual to this was ." according to the author,
LJ f conducted by Degree Captain and epitomizes the difficultiesof
Elizabeth Hall Plans were'i': communication between

i 165 Nokomis Ave. Venice made to hold open installation young people and adults. Mah

on Jan. 9th.Further ir, paraphrased Archibald Mac.

activities scheduled Leish when explaining the

include a trip to Lodge No 89 play said that it. like a poem s dw. :
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m Sarasota by invitation to at '' 'should not 'mean; but be*."

end the installation ceremony I In that the understanding is between .

24 Hour here. tonight, Jan. 2nd The the players and the audience L 1
Ambulance Service Phone 4882291 I
Orange Blossom Club will hold .

its meeting Jan. 3rd in the Last offering of the evening I

LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE (St Matt, 5: 16)I ) IooF Hall Saturday the 4th. will be "Happy Journey xS
there will be a rummage and a slice of American family life

V I would not give much for your religion unless it can be bake sale held there. And on This was one of Wilder first

1. teen Lamps do not tall; they Ihin. A I lighthouse sounds Sat. Jan 11th, another card experiments in the direction
I drums it beats party will be held in the Hall which later produced "Our
no no gong; far out over the wateri its with
prizes and refreshments
Town" and "The Skin of Our
friendly spark by the
it seen mariner So let your actions "
Teeth and is considered the -
shine out your religion Let the main theme of your I life be most popular and best-liked of for homes ,
illustrated by your conduct, and it thall not fail I to be NOTE or AI'PKFUATIONtprfttatltn that need ; :a TAtCelectrical

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Our Services Art Available To All AegaroYeuor" IYI. dY.N. .,, rNYa h..U.II. I "PEPUP"If : IA! ; a
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Financial Circumtfonctt J CIURI.FS s. nonets CEA ATOICKbM ,A PY
r you suspect that your house. suffers \\
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PEACE & JOY TO ALL IN'64' / Let us rejuvenate your winter -you'U really enjoy convenience, 1 E I'Y S Pfri

and efficiency of
wardrobe with our famous economy better electrical n "

.. .1 We wish to extend our gratitude and thanks deep-fibre dry cleaning. 1 It ivirg DOW and in the all-elactrio future 1 Cat Ifed .

l to the many church groups from the Venice- whlski away every trace of I
w I soil I and drabness and banishes
;r Englewood the Girl Scouts and Brown-
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limpness with Soft-Set., ,0
ies, the carollers who took time to visit us and JIM e oureitlusive finish that restores \ j /

the many organizations who have been so a' AND 1 AGRLIDON the look of newness Call

kind to our guests and patients. THAT; on u. today t ,

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GEORGE R. COLLETT JR third front left, wear installed C Allen PattiHon, past master of the Venice Lodge and past ( REGULAR TUBE) TOILET WATER
worshipful master of Venice Lodge 301 Free and Accepted deputy grand master of the 24th Masonic District, who ins $2.00 Value Reg.79c
Masons, Friday night during ceremonies. a! the Masonic Tern nailed the new officer Other officers installed were Ehhu Reg. $1.0061c $2.50 Value
pie, He succeeds Lee O. Firmer new marshal. Others, left to Roberts, treasurer: Sal Capasjw, secretary. Hollln R. Scott,
right, are George A Sc.hultzallt: \ master of Palmetto lodge junior deacon: Paul R Laniug, senior steward; Ernest G. 88t 48( ,
No, 110. who nerved a* Installing marshal!; William E Herat Cowan junior steward Clyde G. Briner. tyler; and JulianB 88(
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a. h. 10 a.Yt r Aupw.d aao.bat Ca.ds+ .hh r..ww l lII
wa.ea san II LIIJU 997' Jj Y d aid a Aat.mabs D.ndy Dos.
What does It bkc to mace a tar a great hlghW31 pc1'o Nobody 11.1.01 to doctor cr coax! CJt Map 111' t1x e ? a" xr loottibnsl
formert Chevrolets to get the bolt out of them.. They were built GENERAL ELECTRIC ASH TRAY
If the car happens to te a '&i Chevrolet, one thing to be driven by j/o/ -on the kinds of roads,t/o* drive on. 99 and a brass ** raalY
car lath
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only.A highway. And that's really the test of a great highway per- ** gimt ad"r tYgt W also sere
You'll) find veryttinjr eta already really packaged former:Just about anyone can get a kick out of driving ''' Sale!Operated by permaest Kraddhsy.f ,
for :you-on the car exactly as ;you pick it oil the one,just as it comes out of the showroom. I nakdcadrnu r- Ig95? olmter,,..,,.,
showroom floor Which, after all, is the kind of performance yw M ctarleabkkttery.
There'a choice of seven engines-all the way up to a expect from Chevrolet. The greater satisfaction and
twin-carb high- mpression 425-hp V8*-and four trans. enjoyment built into these cars is borne out, year after
missions: including a finely honed 4-11)X't'd) stick: shift' year, by the higher rcsalo they bring over otto makes ,- -
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And underlying it all-a bump-skimming Jet;-smooth u their field. .
tide that helps keep the performance great even when Next time you're out your dealers way, allow a few 4 ; ". .. UTILITY STOOL
the highways aren't so great. n extra minutes to sample one of these high- I }
What about special performance: equip .v way performers on your own. A few arementT IO t 1 30"14
rrofessional driving skilluT Forget .ezI *** really: all you'll need. That enough tune to N'""y WaM dsm
them. T do a]lot of driving la a Chevrolet. i ktaida.
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.---.. -.- Naked M tofbt jw .l rwn.... Class r pull t OUt COllIes At bust It[ gjuoi stoic Opens M i | II \\ ,
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We Reserve tU Right\ to Limit Quantities Whit Supplies Ust Federal l Tax Where Applicableu

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Copeland'i Ttity Froth

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Lunch Meats 36-os.;: 87
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CHEDDAR CHEESE PORK ( P 'fP'a P

mellow . . pkg. 49c SALE .
medium . pkg. 53c

sharp . . pkg. 59c

xtro-tharp , pkg 63c

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Enchilada Dinner I V\T:;: 49 CHAIRS 1 ,J C
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Froth Froiori Mnod .... 99
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Morton's Donuts 3 ..,, $1. (withollt 15aoowerth) f < Pori. Roast Ib 39c
With Lomori lutt.G.rto..'. :
Fillet of Sole :k:;' 59 i
Goldon Not '/..." Round PArk Steak I b. 49c
Breaded '* "scott i(1 IL'i' slIle"
Shrimp r;r 79 1 1 I.

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Refreihmg Hocks ,
White or Colored 2 Ply Tissue Cut-Rite Wonderf'u'hNewgs: ( Ib 29c
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Tomato Juice . can 25 SOFT-WEVE . PLASTIC WRAP 1.:
Del Monte Early Garden .
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Green Peas 2 cons 2: 33 r
Ga. Red Canned J
Tomatoes 2 #sane 303 25 Sunsweet Brand Nutritious FRESH FLORIDA SALAD

Joan Kidney of Arc Red Beans 2 cons 29Pink < Pwune JUiCe 40-ox.bot.. 49c T 0 M A T 0 E 5

-Lotlon Detergent Sliced or Halved Yellow-Clmg

I I t Eleven Lux Delicious Liquid/ Flavors %bot.2'01. 49 F&P FeaclleS #can',4' 25C qt.brimming basket 2ftI tI

I Ir Jcll-0 l . . 3 3VI'OI.pkg_ 25 Famous Blue Plate Brand Crisp FloridaD f8ascol

Stri rmonn's Golden NectarCookies CELERY 2 for 19c
Dressing. qOro 29c
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Del Monte Zesty Flavored
IOO Ei l.A cUOO PRICES Catsup 2 14-oz. 29cD AVOCADOS 2 for 2.9cJ"
EFFECTIVE bat Yellow or Whit 3-Minute

Green< Stamps THUR- Swifts Premium Ice D POPCORN 2.
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SCORE HAIR CREAM EJ FRL SAT., bagI 25c
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I Regular Social Security" Service Banging It- Out Open Secretary In Sarasota Jobs ( Emergency MeasureTo I


BriefsArmy Applicants with sufficient II

Record Check Advised'How secretarial training and experience
With Pat
news this weeks reports Bang to qualify for a career Assist Farmers I
that Lt. Albert O. Dawson i position open in Sarasota with
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can I be sure my famf worker can to ion of Mr. and Mrs. Eu-I I II an agency of the state are urged
and I get full social secur4 copy of his social use security request a i I gene D, Dawson Inlet Circle, Norman Coulon suddenly(I I to their Cocoanut, to submit their applications Sen Spessuid Holland, a all type of sericulture who
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credit f. the wages I've ord. If the worker spots has completed hn eight-week changed his mind, and is go. Street about J of now, according to Florida Merit tanking. majority member of have not sufficiently recovered
(rued?" This question is be- in his record, social security an error officer orientation course at ing to their daughter's after I I1lIi ':January. Her niece will come System Director Gerald L the Senate Agriculture and For. from loaaee sustained in the
llii asked more and more, acc will help straighten it out. Foil Gordon. Gs. and Is now He and Ruth are driving down with her. Had Johanna Howell Istry Committee, announced Dec. 1962 freeze to obtain loans
,,rding to George: T. Banks The Sarasota social office on duly with the signal corps down with the Scot Ashworth', I II i walk over to the Ballantynes The position vacant is that today the U. S. Department of through local sources. The
security -
district manager for social ECc at 1401 Second-Street will at Fort Bragg N. C. who also have a daughter in with it, so (hey show It to all I of Secretary 11, calling for a Agriculture has extended for Florida legislator was advised
,city in Sarasota send one of these free post card Lt. Dawson was graduated I(I West Palm Beach. Mrs, I. G.I I I who sent flowers. Lola has high school graduate with threeyears one year from Dec SI, 1963 of the extension of the application
important forma to any worker who wants from Venice High School in I Conway is the Coulon'a dau'h.1 I. made me the spokesman so itsup secretarial' experience I to Dec. 31. 1964 the deadline] period by Howard Bertach,
and it will filled from
ton.; one. The only expense to the 1958, and from University of ter, while Mrs. Hedging is the I. to me to get this letter to of eligibles be established a register by for eligible farmers in Sara. Adminintratnr of the USDA's 1 t
c "oldl security benefit pay- worker is the stamp for the Florida this year He was com daughter of the Ashworlh s, everyone interested competitive examination. To be sota County to apply for initial Farmers Home Administration.
cnU arc based on a worker'sp post card missioned In the Army, upon I understand I they \live near one -o-, eligible for the examination an emergency loans under Sec. .
We're another Wayne W. Hill, Just out of 321, Public Law 87128. Farmers information .
,-t eninings very completion of the ROTC program applicant must first demonstrate desiring
proud of the accuracy of our Coral at the university, at the I --o- the service (Marine), went to proficiency in typing and This law, stated Holland, concerning this or other
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it 'or I', but we need the work. Party time of his graduation.Also Now we know the season has West Virginia to see his father dictation. Such performancetests I was enacted to provide federal types of federal aid handled
help to keep them accu- while there, he met a pretty credit assistance to farmers in through Farmers Home Administration
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really started. The Halls scheduled
e A Jan. 9 Event from the Army comes on lass and married her. A Miss continuously at said Holland
I" fr< word that 1st Set. John H j Washington Street, have tenents offices of the Florida State Employment ,
here are two ways a work. Mrs. Bert B. Tremavne will Ristinn, son of Mr.: and Mrs:I(I in both of their places, 1 Freda Green. They are now on Service, must have I able substitution of two years. I should make inquiry at the
ei L...n help the Social Security chair the Jan. 9 card party John Risting of 429 La Gorce the apartment has a Mr. and their honeymoon in Englewood, been passed within six months I The position carries a salary FHA's county field office.
Adn uiistratlon to keep his to be given: by the HMS Phoe Drive took part in the Berlin Mrs. E C. Timdell from Chattanooga visiting his grandparents. Rev. prior to the written test. I range from $315 to $400 per
v ,j.e ncord accurate, First, be Chapter of the Daughtersof Brigade four-day field training Tenn. In the house, and Mrs. Lynn Stiles and may Classroom studies at business month
r, tli,.uld make sure his em- the British stay all winter. The Stiles live substituted fo- blanks ] 1 1B1i
Empire at 1:30 exercise in Grunewald Forest Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koster colleges may be Application are avail
1 ,s i has his name and social p.m.p at the community roomof in November Sgt. Riating, from Hammaler, Ohio on our street between Mango the work requirement at the able from Florida :State; Em.
uritv number eaxctly as Sarasota Federal Savingsand has been overseas since 1961 -o- I and 'Orange. rate of 720 classmoor hours, or ployment Service offices, or
1 %' lire shown on his social Loan As"n.Assisting I and li with Co. B, 3rd Batta I -0Johanna'a 30 semester hours collegiate may be obtained from the FlorIda .
uril>* card. When an em- will be Mrs. Francis lion. 6th Infantry Berlin. Mrs. Mr and Mrs David Alstone son Joseph in study for one year's experience Merit System Doyle Carl- rOW HOW ABOUT
reports the wrong nunvor of Fernandina Beach, have a California tells her they are to allow. ton Bldg Tallahassee. THAT
I yer Rycroft Miss Gladys R'sting is in Germany with up a maximum ? MOMf VOU PUN?
for baby sun David Keith. Mrs, only 40 miles from where that
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t6!, n'. a Rood: chance the Mrs.Balls and Mrs. George Key. him. I I II 1 Alstone is the daughter of Mr dam broke, and that it was ..- 1I' WE HELP?
v. ,rker won't get any social Keys may. be called for USAF Airman 2nd class Arthur and Mrs. Fred Eccles on more horrible than the papers I'' MXJ BET.WC '
,urity credit for his work I reservationsN.Y.SialeCfub I : K. Behme Jr of Venice,1 Mango St The family are stated.A CAM/
I"II" impossible for social securto I Is presently stationed at Hick-' log up this Saturday to driV'1 -0-- ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
\ credit wages when nor am AFB, Hawaii where he their brand new grandson good New Years resolutionis
nber at all 1 is reported.H I was transferred after duty I -0- "If you ever have something
f second step a workein Seymour Johnson AFB N. C.I|I Received a lovely letter from bad to say about any-
'( cake to help social secur- folaeis' Tuesday I He is the son of Mr. and Lola Wallace, she la now with body, be sure the answer is MAINTENANCE
prevent errors Is to check Mrs Robert Langin of Dayton, '' her sinter for the holidnjs' in 'yes to these three questions
') record every three years The New York State Club Ohio and was graduated from Bryn Mawr, Pa She thankedus before you say it Is it true? LIGHTING SUPPLIES
., social security office has will meet Tuesr'ay' at 8 n,m. at Manatee County High SchoolIn all for the flower. we sent, 'Is it just Will it do ANYBODY -
the American Legion: Hall In Bradenton. Prior to enter. she Is down ,
:free post card forms that a and says coming any good to say it'
Englewood. ing the service, he attended. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.
Norman Frarrr president Manatee Junior Collge and I I

CUE ciuB- says that all former residentsand Florida State University. I II I Epiphany Guild Announces Bate & Cockrill Streets Phone 488-6794
visitors that
from stale are I I
Mrs. Behme li the daughterof
welcome Those attending arc v: ---- ---- ------- -- --
=;::;
Mr. and Mrs Byron Johns
II't' SNACK BAR requested to bring a generous and returned to Venice when Series Of Town e'3MeSl' w'sr'' s"e !I<''P\\"" ""' I"" N. _, ,_,J:_ 1
I ROOM covered dish, bread and their her husband 'was/ sent overseas MeetingsFour
BILLIARDS ROOM own table service, he said. She hopes to Join him
meetings of the Epiphany John Detchmendy and Miss ,
.S, Tamtam! Tr., VeniceII ASSl'\L BRIDGE MEET I next Navy summer news this week concerns Guild of Catholic Church Bresnahan. NOW IS THE TIMETO

The jnnual luncheon hnsinejs James T, Hamm Jr.::1| of the Epiphany are set for today Joseph Gerald' Kill be the
; Pool Tablet 3 Snooker meeting of tne lo"Ic.RrIdge!: son of/ Mr and Mrs. James I IHamm i through Tuesday. afternoon speaker and will talk FERTILIZE THOSE FERTILIZERS

I Billiard. group of Venice Yacht Club and his recruit T'I(| Today from 10 a.m. to 2 p,m. on "Analysis of Handwriting,"
will be held Jan. 14 at 12:30
"Genuine / Balk' : p. at the Naval Training Cen.. members of the Guild's Hobby
ivory ing Hostesses will be Mesdames
m. at the club CITRUS TREES FOR THAT 1964 CROP
I ter at Great Lakes Ill Club! will meet at the Catholic
Open 10 ..m. to Midnight' Plans for the coming year Margaret Kester, Randolph
He will\ be there for nine- Youth Organization Center,
I 1:30 a Murray Edward Knob, Helen
Sunday : p.m. to will be made at this meeting.
week in naval orients- Nassau and Tampa Streets and
course
Forness and Miss Ann Hooley.
Reservations for the luncheon
I midnight'jWEEK.END I u ion, history and organization:'' all those interested in craft-
dub should be made by calling the seamanship, ordnance and| work or craft instruction are III USE OUR V.C. 666 CITRUS SPECIAL

DINING I gunnery, military drill, phy Invited. Co-chairmen are Miss MOST FROM FEWEST
fitness aid and Ellen L. Bresnahan and Mrs ,
I sisal tint survival
I! SPECIALS I I n. I1 Later he will attend a Justine Cecil. Lunch will be COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) "" r ?, school for technical instruction served Ohio State University agriculture

service
I Thurl., Jan, 2- I .r or be sent to a ship On Saturday members of the surveyors report the VENICE SEED & FEED STORE"THE

Hot Sliced Corned t t. J : rl1 I for on-the-job training. Blue Army of Our Lady of Fa. smallest cow population on
Beef Louis Suter, MM3, aboardthe time will attend mass at 7.30am : record in American agriculturehas COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER"
I U. S. S. Braine, is making and pravers for peace will produced an all-timr high: 248 W. Miami Ave. Venice phone 488.3457
I Steamed Cabbage Wedge' ffl '''a seven month's cruise of the be led by co-chffirmen Mrs. ,. milk output 123 8 billion ,

Steamed Potato with Butter, Far East, having<< left San Diego John Cade and Mrs Elmer'I I, pounds .p rMavi;v--.. ".............-.. ... ...J u. r ,
Sliced Apple Ring on Lettuce I in October. The ship stop Wolf
; Leaf Hot Roll and Buffer ped at Hawaii, The Phillip-I Monthlv corporate commun
$1.35 pines Japan and is now in Tie- ion for Guild members is arranged -
I pan for Christmas. Louis is for Sunday at the 1:30
Fri Jan 3'DeeD : the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis a m. mans. Mrs. James Shannon .
Frhd Filet of Suter and is a graduate of vice-president, will lead
I
I the hymn singing after the
Safe drivers 'Venice High School. He attended ,
Red Snapper I Florida State Universl- mass.
later Sauce and Lemon pay less ty for two years before enlist The monthly Guild meeting
French Fried Potatoes, Col I ment. will be held Tucsdaat 1:30
for
Slaw with Chef's Dreiiing,, p.m, at the church fellowship =r
hall. ;r; ;
Hot Corn Bread and Muffin I TravelersInsurance Installations Set
,
with Butter I Plans for the "Epiphanv
I World's Fair Bazaar," to be
$1.35 Senior CitizensNew held Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 in the
By
If you're a cartful driver, you
Sat., Jan 4- can get Travelers car Insurance officers of the Senior this CYO meeting Center, will and booth be made chairmen at- IT'S OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU!

Callus for dttailt.ADMIRAL .
Buffet Style Dinner ate discount. Citizens Club of the Venice who will report on the

Assorted Cold Cut of Area will be installed at the Christmas sale activities are .
Meats, Potato Salad Perfec: group' meeting Wednesday at Mesdames Elmer R'cker; JohnGlynn

tion Salad, Boston Baked Q. -v 1Jif kuctasosncv ,, I 1:30: p.m. at the Civic Center. Margaret esfko! : Justine A & W ROOT BEER DRIVE-IN
Beans, Fretted Devil Food q There will also be a regular: Cecil: I ,
Cake, Relish Dish, Seeded _1__ 118 W, Venice Are.Tct .J business meeting and plans -- 312 S. Tamiami Trail Venice
m.2289I for the coming year's activities non, secretary, and Mrs Dominic -
Rolls end Butter
I will be made at this time. Struble, treasurer Feau.nl/l/l .
$1.75 New officers are: James The Jan. IS meeting has COME BY BOAT COME BY CAR'is. "The

Norman, president: John O'. been cancelled and the next Burger Family"A

'tI... t ""'I Hanlon, vice-president: William regular] meeting after Wed- THE DECKHOUSETARPON --..,;a. A SIZE FOR EVERY
I Schultz, second vice- nesday's meet, will be held on :; .
:: APPETITEA
I president; Mrs. J. W Shan- Jan. 22. CENTERCALL t. :
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w p-I, finest PIZZA this side
I Serving Lunch From CLOSED 12 to 2 pjri.TUESDAYS- Dinner From 5 to 10 p.m. of Ireland

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You don't have to go out. All you need is a VENICE. ADDED! I"" A i BAYVISTARESTAURANT

NOKOMIS BANK OWing: Account: Then, when bills '

.arrive, you just write checks and mail them For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure I : COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Open Your Checking Account: with ut thIs week.. Our Service ... -r or- .r'I Beach Rd. & SR 775 Englewood
I Admiral T.v. VHF. U.H.F. 11"] Television Charges are five lowest 'In this .....
82 $130 FRIDAY and SATURDAY FISH FRY M PA All the Fish
Channel
........ $100 GOING ON A TRIP? SEE US FOR TRAVELERS (91-W eat.
Every Friday you can I
TELEVISION r -- CHECKS! 9 P.M. 2 A.M.
: CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE SALAD BAR

t 16" .................. .$140 "Bill Churchill Trio" ,Ii ROAST TURKEY SUNDAY DINNER 2.00 JI

19" .................. $150n" i< II CALL 474-1880
n/tt/ Served From 5 to 9 .
II I Dinner
Console... $220 _UERl'1 lc'J" Beginning December 13 In -Open. I a.m.-0 -_ __ ____ p.m.. pjn.EARLY -

7\ BAN THE MARINE
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WYNN'S STEAK HOUSE
"llhip Radio $10 Late Supper Menu Served Until 2 A.M.

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Sneakers $70 Portable Auto. Also -11:30 a.m.10 ( Sunday Candlelight BuffetNow
Daily
Serving :
y Phono ...... $40 p.m. Including
..
Wa -Jj PRIME RIBS OF ROAST BEEF

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, '1961

PAGE SIX THE VENICE GONDOLIER: I ---- -._

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or THE c 'Anne Frank' TryoutsAt


e'JJQcmcfo1ie4 par5Un to 'PCr5Un


i( PEOPLE Theatre Next SundayThe

MEMBER Of THE AIM>CIATltO PRE'STh '
\ Bj THE REV. C. M. ANDREWS, Pastor
Aantatad. Pra. .k airlm ..!> antttM" to *. (or ""I'tJbl""' ..... of .n SPEAK 01''
.*.. dupauaa rradltad' Ui to or not ..Ui....... rr.dl.,.*4 'n thlaaal Nnne. and ... Cboreb of Tb Nsssrene
am pualMxal torMii. An ruftila rf r rafclwauoa,, rf yew doi.Nb.an South Venice Venice Little Theatre Frank and an older daughter

.... rwntTN .- -- .' will hold tryouts for "The Margot, Mr Dussel an elder].

...... ...aN y. Frank Sun- dentist Mr, Kraler the
'M Nil I .N"tunr n.tat' ahh L.pmr N mnlehad Diary Of Anne ; ownerof
mp.Mka'N. N _m.17 __ ........ .by "u." ...... ... ." To The Editor: adopted fact as far couldn't as I was awareIn .I day at T pm. Books are available the factory where they are

fOITOIIAlEd The stories in this morning much interest, we aroused even in NatIonal get- "A Bright Outlook is the Result of a Right UplookA ." at Hart's Import House hiding and his secretary Miep
NATIONAL the hotel fire thai
about
papers FIre Prevention Week until > man stands in the doorway of a new year he can not on Venice Ave, They may be The part of Anne and Peter
ORID
q AtJ c8"3".HI" put weekend a tragic end in to Jacksonville* football! Glenn Stephens now postal but wonder what this year holds in store for him. It Is with i! obtained upon request and returned offer star roles to the younger

4 .._ ......-11III prompts me to add an observation clerk and loyal volunteer fireman this In mind that we offer the admonition of the scripture : at the try-outs, which. I people of Venice which U unusual .
AnNt rA.eAws concerning the made had finished school and< "Set your affection on things above, not on things on the I will be held at the Little Theatre I The play committee

grown up enough to stop in and earth" Col. 3:2.: feels certain the talent Is here

c Edward D. Ball Editor and Publishes lions quate or fire at least prevention enforcement regula-in make some effort in this direction The Apostle John' warning to "love not the world, neither I Everyone Interested ts invited and hopes there will be a great

oc Courtney Willit, Enteutiv* Editor that city and elsewhere in Flor on behalf of the depart the things that are in the world" U a strong No reminder matter how that to read for the play It I.I is response to the call:
ment.I God intended man to be earth bound.
r'oN' Roger K by Mechanical Superintendent Ida.WhIle dark never and foreboding the clouds of adversity hang around this a ruling of long standing that Mike Cappe will direct and
don't know whether
I remember the Roose. gram of regular fire inapec.lions a pro. globe the Divine plan is for "better things for us," (Heb. I you become a member the cast will be chosen by the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $S 25 per year $3 25 pert velt from my own football and enforcement has been 11:40)). Jesus has prepared a better "place" for us. (John The following parts are director and play casting corn.mittee .

, "X months $2 75 per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of weekend day. a* a Gainesville adopted since I sold the paper 14:3): and it is without doubt the "city Abraham looked for available in the cast Anne following try-outs Rehearsals

t county $6 25 per year $4 2.j:; per six months, $3 per three month student, I don't recall anything and lost contact with departmental "which hath foundations whose builder and maker is God." Frank a teen-ager, who couldbe will start immed,,,ie.

4l about its fire escape system affairs. But with Jack. (Heb 1110): ). played by a teen-ager or ly after "Arsenic And Old'

etc. But I do know that when a sonville tragic example I In I To get the right "up look" you will have to get your eyes :young adult; Peter Van Daan Lace" closes Its run Jan 15-

A New Year's Resolution guest of Ruth Mav: Finn Cas front of us. it certainly: wouldbe off the dollar sign and wash away the earthly mud of materialism a young man son of Mr. and 19. "The Diary Of inns

persen and the Venice Area a good thing for Venice It will be necessary to have the blindfolds of cynicismand Mrs Van Dean sharing the Frank" will be presented F, h

A good New. Ya r'i resolution for the Venice Arc I Board Robert of Meyer Realtors there at in the October Hotel new fire chief. Bud Divine to skepticism removed so that the enlightening rays of truth 110ft hideaway; Mr. and Mrs 28 through the 29.

would be to go offer the one thing it needs to very much of 1962 attending the 46th inaugurate and keep in effect. may shine in and evaporate the darkness from your soul so
substantial and suitable industry.As I We don't have many Roosevelt that by faith you can receive the wonderful grace of God so
good Annual Convention of the Flor-
a
the Florida Development Commission points out, Ido Association of Realtors as Hotels to worry about here but willingly provided by the Atonement of the Sop of God.doubtit The I Venice Area Church Directoij-
will be that
fire can kill just as effective) resulting revelation so great you can never
the itote'i industrial climate fill hand in glove with the my last formal action as pub-
In schools, shopping centers and the hope and joy it generates in your soul will be inexplainuble -
recreational attractiveness of the notion's green thumb par*. fisher of the GONDOLIER I drug stores theatres and even You will "look up" with renewed hope for this is
noted and commented the AWEMBLT OF COD SEVENTH DAY AOV.NTIE7footm
due, and new companies moving into Florida look. at on to glory when ever need It. The things of VENICE .
many Tightening lack of adequate churches if it starts suddenl jour passport you Vmln Br *.r it Mrrtla Arrow Trail S .iL MM ol RI .,
recreational potential m .n area before anything .1.. in enough and exits are inadequate this life are practically worthless in companion and you will ROT Vktor. Mau';'". FaatorSundar Nokomli. FlaPaaUir .
most cases.With facilities for getting out of the or sealed off by flamesEven realize with the rest of God'I people that no one in his right Si-tool.. terse ...... Unrr I. Ganls,
place in an At one' Mornfnt 'Ronbq. II:M e. .
emergency f< rvk it laturdir I 10 a.mFrnyw I 'I
accent on tod /i "new loo among industrialists point growing ImpatIent witha one local fire death will mind would exchange this for all the world with Man and the Evanlni Sarvfca. 7:M pat ......_. I"te Tra Moon thrown W.dn ada P> .r Martina. t,H t ..
in. > ir
be if it
too be
for leisure for leaden can
more time employttt. industry lust| long wait for the badly overtaxed many pre.
vented by applying Jackson The tomorrow are bright and challenging when the up-
naturally try to locate new. plants near areas of high rtcrtational and repeatedly out.-<- VKN1CE-NOKOMI8 METHODIST PoeT 'HARLOfn
ville's lesson look is clear and promising With the Apostle Paul we would
potential 'large land treat, golf course, I lain order elevators, I tried to walk here now CHURlH cat'R'RRsPIRsT
And when admonish all who have this hope to be ready, for the time is Fain, Avna* Pofeantla. 4M4IIIJ.
and bsachet from the seventh to the second we travel we Lout laitm, PaaurWor.hp PRESBYTERIAN CHLRConmuniif I
The Venice hat abundance of all these plus floor by using what was should keep in mind that there at hand. Many have already made the trip and many more ....teaai I So ..... and. II CantarHundw
area an ed as a fin exit are other Roosevelt Hotels and will make it in 1964. Your time may be next "Look up ..... nr. T.r..... J. P..n.... Mini"..
fine communities in which to live, excellent schools and '' for your redemption draweth nigh" Luke 21 ::28. rhumb meal: 5,n am.M.thodive Site: I.m. Worship. Mr ,
Cocoanut .
would aU> be msrk'i Groves and we owe Itto .... .
churches and a pleasant of life unparalleled anywhere You.h ,.U..I".. .,. Lhlldran Claaa Sold llm way through ki ,hens and those we love to check on unskilled that create the need training .ltk! Adult' avrvlra.
in the United Stats if I hadn't the fire exits wherever DlMANt11L: LUTHERAN cHt'RCHtoo
we stop
given up for five million new jobs. Thus. we are down to only a T..I lead ........ TRINITY METHODIST. CHUB h I
However location is of the inducementto
only part .
a traced steps and to get out, fast no
my The .
A recent analysis b/ the economic 11 million persons who work p5,5,,. Tfi. Rv Ckarto l RawaDnirk Community Ontrr
industry. The biggest attraction, of course, is the weather, route simply led into a matter how inconvenient, it research department of more than 40 hours a week and School: "II a.*. Alva A. SoMnar.. M,n.>tr
With most Floridians able to enjoy outdoor recreational and petered out. these seem inadequate, Worihlpi H:M ...iLAKE8IDB ladar, -/s a., w'onlq,. S.r.r'
"eXlt"l the Chase National Bank indi- the parcelling out of their ex- .
activities 36S days a year, the nw plants, and those planning I won't pretend I PETE CONOVER cater mat the job questionlese tra work among the unemployed LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSION

to move int* Florida, build or seek to establish headquarters presence to foresee thia 800 Apalachicola Rd. days boils down to a would by no means provide 4 ail I. Scut oe U S. alT EPISCOPAL At Scout HoiuaP
clot by the beaches and 'Inland lakes tragedy, but I will say Venice, case: of "them that has gits" jobs for all of them. Even if ..a R... Mtlvla. R. Mmr. 4M-M04 >.., Ma4u. v......
situation impressed me enoughto Wonhlp annum, UIO: m. ......., sea ..... Wor.hi.. rVi ,t.,
Florida wealth of waterways also figures heavily M When new investment creates it would work requiring skill Suiidajr School e It .... .
the attractiveness of establishing Industry in the stat. cause me to comment on It more work the skilled opera- cannot be done by the unskilled Bible ClUM I til 1 a
new to FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH
my wife and to try to find
S Available for industrial ,uses the waterways also offer prime the manager and call the danem Haley tor tends to get more overtime FIRST cmmm OP CHRIST.BClFNTIfT H. Brae. Blvd.Tka .
he takes second job All of this it .
or to
a as a seems me, Bar Co.R CuthbrrlamMlntewr
recreational sources for plant employees who enjoy| the Involved to his attention.I '. .. .
"moonlighter. boils down to this. A tax cut e Wart Vmkra ATOM
year-round thrills of boating, swimming and water skiing never did locate the manager Labor v..i oo iiadwl I'4S ..... dnndar SrhaollrWa.ai
According to Department whatever its other benefits it ..
Wanhlp br"
With the West Coast Inland Waterway completednorth incidentally and of course Report statistics 23 million might provide, is not the wayto Monday Sanday aeheol Mka II Ii aswd.dm as Ii4lpa>, Y....( Panpla

of Venice, and a start scheduled shortly on the South my resolution to put the warn- Americans, a third of the working put the unemployed to work.The a p a Me.ies .

Venice-Lemon Bay section, the area can look forward to Ins in a letter was forgotten BT REP. JAMES A. HALEY I force, are employed more problem, as it long tas sees Readlna Bv.d.Room,. ,lad 1. .hoHdan... to 4 pa aad dalrr Fri Tape p s.,...Gapd. II.....anlrrwdn.e.n ... P.....
this added attraction eventually shortly after I checked' out the bar 40 hours a week. Some 13 been, is one of education iTthecurrently day wale less f .a e ."1_

Another .".t to Florida 'industrial climate is the next day But I can t help recall With the first session of 88th million work more than 48 unemployed are to be
that my remarks at theme Congress ended and with hours weekly. Then there are to work GRACR METHODIST CHURCHCornar CHURCH OP Ties NAZARENE:
the put
nearness of most Florida plants to "many national spectator were to the effect that of FMd ... Da..i&Re South raw
sports apparently second session slated to beginin three million "mOOl' iehten." *. Milai. DcPafflarWonhip Jmt &... of JuaeUoa 41 Bad TilO.
fire regulations of little more than two week, Concededly, if all extra work ferric.. I.M am.Soadar II A.d...... MlnbtarPboMt .
During spring framing 14 major| league baseball team" public facilities in Jacksonville leyond 35 hours week could School *U aWunhip ... 4. -MOTftandar .
there ia continued a
tram throughout central and southern Florida with the were about 100 behind pressure on HAV Board Sets ....ioo, II'd5 >... Pe1.mles. .....
:
years the national legislature to enact be parcelled out among the five M. T. r, t:0* p,.. MorniaeWonhlp. lees ....
popular Grapefruit League spring *>h bition games draw those in New York and other tax-reduction legislation. million unemployed the job star awe Till ...., Wadaa daCATHOUC Yoota grnlra I'M a m.Rranlai .
large crowds of enthusiastic fans. metropolitan centers and that problem would be solved. But Bowes ,,08 pal.W .
ing
some day there'd be another I am still gravely doubtful Monday MeetingAn dr. >dar PIVOT M.HI... liM ...
Venice is within easy driving distance of many of these about the economic merit of the analysis shows that it cannot Corers Of TUB mPRAJTT
Coconut Grove" (la Boston be. Of million who work Nona Harbor Drift a>4 lIot r..ow Buo
,w major[ league training centers and may one day itself both night club that burned NOT. the tax reduction bill, as I was 23 T."krehol.. o, 4M-tTI IRb CALVARY REFORMED CHURCH
training site of one of the clubs. on when I voted against it as it more than 40 hours weekly, executive board meeting 1U>. II,". GMTX W. .-. OP VENICE GARDENS
28, 1942 killing 491 persons of Venice fees Non ...... Dies'
about five million are self-em- Hospital Auxiliary P.oreand.e
And just about anywhere you go in the Venice ensyou're mostly because they piled up passed the House The bill, as And million of the I Volunteers will: be held Mon 11_ .Wine 1IeIMooI.1oI Tha ..... Frank J. Slmarar, Pa laSuadar >
within a short cast of some of the world's finest against the and amended by the Senate Finance ployed. one its, laes .... .11.10 ...>. Srbooli arch a.m.Moralm .
doorways were Committee will moonlighters are self-employ- day at 10 a.m. in the community Conf_....., e.tort.i 4:M to I,M Wimhlpi IIrM. (atCoanaaltr
come
fishing waters. fr.sh water or salt water. thus trapped) to force long up ed 1 in their second jobs And room of Sarasota Fed- ..... .i>.4. t M t. I:" ..... Hrmiuhill 1 M p m.rr .
It all adds up to one thing: lust about the best in- overdue correction of the situaon in the Senate early in the new another four million are professional eral Savings and Loan Assn
session and if
dusrrial-rcr. tional-sportt climate be found And remember, the Rob- approved by VtNICE-NOKOMM PRESBYTERIAN HAPRAFL1 CHURCH
to
anywhere M that and managerial men and Chairmen are requested to CHURCH OP ENQLEWOOO
will
the world. art while Meyer the is Roosevelt a "modern"Is a hotel half trip through body, the make House another in the women whose extra work cannot bring the report of hour worked 14.iibtori. Tti.n Rtalt...M .A.V.Bovka(4t iloOkohom ... a... ".... C OTM W. OavBlanPaator
be parcelled out among by members of their
form of conference groupsduring 544155euad.r
century old a report .Sundaf Maai. lioe ....
tho s e without professional December ab.l. .lt I:.s .a
A New Year's Recipe There would be no point to embodying the final bill. I Woroh'.t_ assist .M iPfllonhip Rolrdar 11 Ma *:*e am.Confa .

my bringing this up if it were We are told by President Hill II ..., GIVOMI SUM loaa Brfora Mss
.
Take twelve fine, full grown months SM that these are just to show my foresight. I Johnson that it is urgent that tuarySAINT. CONGREGATION LH RIST1A14

thoroughly fee from all old memories of bitterness rancor, have another reason It is that five million new jobs be creat-- 1. MASKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH EVANGELICAL AND RF.FORM1CD.

hate and |jealousy: cleans them completely from every cling- I have noted similar lack of ed in this country, He has taken .CMpII'CENTER. > rV Denis Riviera Douf M.BerrMtoTb R.a.so.d. TW t>r. E. Rx batt <201>., Pk O.MlnkM .

ing spit: pick off all specks of pettiness either adequate fire safety the position that the propos \ ael.- S..k. tm;.. act _rarll, hi *.
Cut thou* months into thirty or thirty. equal regulations or enforcement inother ed tax cut would do much to M .... Hey. 0..nt.. .'..laa OaMme RaoraatMii paw at It.m.
on* parts. .04 a... Family, Worahip M.WPray. .. Saadan
This batch will keep for |lust one year Do not attempt to Florida cities. including create an employment surge tliarrh. Bdmol with ..... for ml
make up the whole batch at one time but Venice For instance while Iseveral I, which would provide many of t.M >... Aden a""'. Btadr aadCliurek ana narot UM adaH dun. .i4> a...
prepare one dayat times during my ownership these new jobs Schoollli4 at _.._ OHiUr. Adult claaa, e:41a.m.
a time, as follows: of the GONDOLIER IN VENICE .-.. Moraliv Prarar andFIRST at "hnnw of Capk sad Mr*. Rev
But for I read
myself
Into as s-a. sad H. Kilrtt. toe Shamrock
each std
day put twelve of faith eleven of
parts urged city officials editorIallyto about current employment patterns 264 So. Trail 4882198 Ysw c:._
patience, ten of courage, nine of work, eight of hop to the BAPTIST CHURCH OF VENICERkhard
s..nof fire department
I am doubtful that tax: BROADLOOMS RUGS CARPETSSee R. Lk,.. tsar
fidelity, sn of liberality, five of kindness, four of rest make regular inspections of all reduction will result in the sort Sundiir f.lmIra ... SOUTH VENICE BAPTIST CHAPEL
three of prayer, two of meditation and one well selected public facilities to locate hazards of investment that will put un- Our Large SelectionsBuy Wonhrp "'........., 11 "<'* .-.. Barrki 1>0. Old P'ii: ltwood Ill
Tralalre' tr.lo) .. .
a'le
resolution Add a teaspoonful of good spirits, a dash of and have them eliminated skilled men to work in significant From Our Largo 'Inventory >ai>.ln. Sarrlra, T:14 pai.K p m. So.day yes. Artiiar n.b.l M sal.: Ipllkv..... Faalor

fun, a sprinkling of play and a heaping cupful of good no such program was ever numbers and it is the Wadna laa Pro_ M..I... Tres: ... ....... of warship. IlIGt ....
humor

,, Pour low into ail and mil with a vim. Cook thoroughly

in a fervent heat, garnish with a few smiles and a sprig of

|joy: then serve with quietness, unselfishness and cheerfulness,

and then happiness is a certainty

-From Our Favorite "Book of Recipes"

u. w i.. to b.., haM.1k whw. II. ..... ..... H-

..a:'. ;h .a y i yew know wW yes *.t m "fc. tft mc

Year-End Review Shows j.4jWd r *H.. or .b.idw and get profMr -. .*}. s. .

4M yo. ..Me yow biggest inoesfmeait e/ life*,..., hi j i

as.4ly. wi.b. 1 "home froa s........ rVd.r.&. Oeennnlort ....

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Pick-up In EmploymentSteadily din.,..1.11 a r x atty far you Coax* : ewp



MR 8ctT:
rising employment employment in the state was 11 &O
during 1963 forecast a bright the increased number of Job .

1964 State Industrial Commission placements made by the! State
Chairman Worley Employment Service. .... fd. loin Tfrfftiatioa

Brown predicted today 11a During the twelve-month period .

yearend review. through October, Brown

Brown foreseen almost two said the Employment Service 4irntf;

and a halt million nonfarm employed had placed 261.421 Floridians in ,

In 1970 in contrast to jobs or 21(.000 over the previous ,
l 1963 s average of 1409100. twelve-months .-

j The steady year by yearupward

r climb of Florida pop.
I ulation and business development Traffic Deaths

makes a forecast of al.
most two and half
a million
nonfarm workers on the job in Last Month Soar
1970 a pretty safe assumption I

Some experts see a total Flor. '

ida population of close to eight '

farm million employment and that places figures the with non. To Total Of 118A we make .

in reach" Brown said
Every month of 1963 total of 118 persons died
showeda
as a result of traffic crasheson
gain over the corresponding the streets and highways of LOANS for HOMESINTEREST

month. And for at 1962 the .year's Brown end reported 1963- Florida last month the Florida

Highway .
had Patrol said today. .
an annual average of Three of the fatalities
1,409.100 were in -
compared to 1.3112,600.
Sarasota
County. .
The
for the unemployment figures Patrol Comdr H. N Kirk- .
year also showed well
for the future. man warned motorists "we are
.
Early year end In the midst of the 1963 holiday c ,
eatimates
put the
for
average
traffic
rush which could send
1963 at
approximately 107400 '
our fatality total to
a
compared to 115,000 for 1962 final staggering -
unless
hit Total a three Florida unemployment 'I drives to observe the every laws one of RATES AS LOW AS SLOW SERVICE CHARGES NO PREPAYMENT rTHAJLJY
year monthly low the highways,"

said in October of 93,300, Brown Col. Kirkman said that every

i J, And since June the number on available the highways Trooper will and be kept SERVING OVER 60,000 CUSTOMERS WONT YOU BE CNE1DcTh1dIpmLult.lde
.J. around
of jobless has been
.
consistently the clock vigils will be the
lower than for the correspond watchword
to
save lives
ing month of 1962. declared: Airplanes but SJuM SQUqniPE'S.. TraB.6 Bee Ridge M. sncwiw
Brown said unemployment and troop. rotw/s. THUQAY al SftcLsPy. Pte'! M. w
: ers observing on th* roadj below x.&w
will probably continue to recede wilt be of limited effect Qffg U01111 06&L tiIiWS $.I
1 until
next summerA unless we get the cooperation

further indication ot ruing ot YOU the driver." ,

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JANUARY, 1964;
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lJ.otttnqs I (XT' B7 DOROTHY Womea' Editor GAYNOB Miss Peggy Holland Bride New Mrs. Swanson PresidentOf Miss Ginger Reiff I



R/ FPbooe Items
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488-M08

....' Of Neil Eugene- Calkins i I Esthers To Wed Lang Capasso I II

-nth the new year already hurry to get away from Mich. Miss Mrs Arthur I -
Peggy Jo Holland, P. Swanson will
day old, and with no one ]gars s snow and come to Ven The engagement of Miss School He is sophomore at
aa. a
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred be Installed as the 1964 .
president
to any humor for a glib and ice, where they have been winter Holland of Osprey, and Neil of Esthers at the ger Alana Reiff to Lang of Florida In September,
;ht "Have you "recovered visitors for the past three Eugene Calkins, son of Mr and Jan. 15 at the groupsmeeting homeof Capasso is announced Gin-I I No wedding date has been I
1 n the holiday, Jottings' years and where they will Mrs Willis E, Calkins of LaGuna Mrs Thomas E. Tignor, her parents, Mr and Mrs. set
extends a "belated"h make their home when Reiff of Manatee Junior College and
ply) they re Drive were united in ; rf 640 W. Venice Ave. son Bradenton.The
the very best health, tire. So the Barkers plans to attend
for piled into the University
wedlock In Other .
an afternoon ceremony new officers to be Installed groom-elect is the son of
for their
and happiness you car and headed '
llh south. Dec. 23 at Church of the are Mrs Madeline Col and Mrs. Sal Capasso of
in 1964 Also, we joinof On the first
yours day they made it .
Epiphany.The Pickford, vice-president Mrs. 300 Shore Road.
you, we know, in a fert from St Joseph to Tallahassee ; } aMISS
i bride was given In L .P. Scott
mar. treasurer, and Miss Reuf is graduate of
wish for wisdom to reign a distance of a
some 1,000
rlage by her father and the Mrs Raymond Conklin
in our country and for miles The next day they secretary Southeast High School, Braden.
5 year Rt. Rev. Msgr. George Cum ,
come speedily in 1964 breezed into Venice ton, where she was a memberof
ce to After mmgs read the marriage vowi The meeting \ witha
11'11begin the Student Council and National
of
troubled area our spending the holidays here I
the they
in the double ring dessert
/ ceremony. luncheon at 2 30pm
head back } : Honor Society and was
to St
Id Joseph next The altar was decorated with and members
are requested secretary of the Seminettes,
week but in
-0- not such
a hurry poinsettias, and baskets of to bring their own She was also selected "GIrl of
I know of any club, fr.- -0-
>?you white spider mums and sandwiches
palms Hostesses be
or hostelryt Two of Venice will the Year" by the Manatee
nal organization top theatrical were arranged in front of the Mrs. Tignor and Mesdames
Exchange Club and
not have a truly /gay talents, W. County was
did Seymour and
chancel
rail. The
nuptial music Clarence Tritt, Julius Atz, and a Senior Notable.
New Years Eve Alice Smith, have
1 festive for some was played by Michael Kourt.
('brationT THAT would be time now, been braving awful Miss Mary Holland attendedher r t\t present, she is a fresh
news but we don't know of weather to and from Sarasotafor sister as maid of honor, t man at Manatee Junior College .
i that failed to lay a festiverd rehearsals of "The Worldof Bridesmaids were Miss Karen !1 l i .
Tuesday And the pri- Sholom Aleichem" which Calkins the groom. sister Lang attended high school in
e parties were many, too, opens tomorrow at the Playersin from Milwaukee, Wis. Miss Mannheim, Germany and was
Ih the college crowd more Sarasota They both have Jill Calkins, another sister of ._ ,,Aeme.T 1 i graduated from Venice High GINGER REIFF il
E them later being en- parts in the production, and
>ut the groom and Miss Margie

aincd her's Valencia by Bob Yerkes Road home at his Players have acted previous in many presentations of the Coldmg of the, of bride Englewood, a cousin v. ; I 'All States Night' At Center I

IS promises to become an -0- Mistress Tere Calkins, a sister Tonight will be "All States Evening entertainment Included
unl event if our crystal The delightful Frank Bemms of the groom served as t.11 r Night at the All States Club the singing of "old
1 is working properly these of Dunbar Road, South Venice, flowergirl and Master Barry Jla11t8. meeting at 8 p.m. at Venice time" songs, square dancing
a. quietly celebrated their forty. Holland, brother of the bride, Civic Center, after which the and ball-room dancing. Refreshments .
-0- ninth wedding anniversary in was ring-bearer. weekly get-together will be conducted were served
}\elcome back to KM, come med-December at their home. Thomas Fox of Venice Gardens by representatives i of Potluck suppers are scheduled ]
i day. and particularly to the They came here from Chicago a close friend of the '- r the various states, beginningwith for the last Monday in each
|ff many of whom were here seven years ago to "retire"and groom, was best man Ushers --M;, and"M Mrs, Neil Eugene; CatkinS I Florida on Jan. 9. month and admission to these
the New Year's Eve festive. he has been working tire were'Jack Holland of the U S. AKIHIK b\\ANSON I The group's New Year's suppers will b.t by membershipcard
There were quite a few lessly since then In numerous Navy, stationed at Charleston, es of white carnations, holly of Osprey grandparents of the party on Dec 26 was attendedby only. The public is inVIted
the of Car- 'ways to Improve the cultural leaves and red streamers The bride; Mrs Nick Gulig and William Phillips of Plamore to all the
>rent at opening S. C., brother of the bride; Dan 260 members and guests and Thursday night
.Nokomis Noko- life in Venice His latest flowergirl carried a basket of Mrs. Daisy Calkins, both of Estates,
Villa parties
|al i coup Dancliff of Venice and Donald I 1} door prizes were awarded. ,
<. that night, as has beenr was (and is} the Venice Lyceum Htlderbrand of Omro Wis, white carnations. Headpiecesfor Omro, \'I'ls.' the gnxms grandmothers The new president has beena
for his brainchild, which the attendants were white ; Mr and Mrs. Martin member of the organization ._.
custom many years close friends of the groom. _._..-.a VENICE MOVIE LOG UN"
-0- will ultimately provide the The gown chosen by the bride fur circlets and tiny veil. of Schmidt of Sarasota; Mr and for three years She and her''
of the happiest mothers Venice area with an auditorium for her weddinJ was of Chan. red illusion, and they wore Mrs Ernest Heistand of Princeton I husband came to Venice nine TROPICAL I
fne we wager, is Mrs for educational and cul- till, lace over satin with a long white gloves Wis; Merle Calkins of ,I years ago from Park Ridge, GULF THEATRE
turial events i* the of The bride's mother Fort Lauderdale; Bruce Brid- 111 She is also active in Re i DRIVE.IN THEATRE Z
I,,' B. Thomas of South Har- plans chapel tram of the same lace : wore a NI.hdr n.. C P.III.
the Club woolen suit of mixed light well of Sarasota, Miss Joanne publicalWomen'. Club, Grace ,.
Optimist
Drive whose son, Craig Jr., sponsoring The hooped skirt was fashionedwith Ttooo. M. e.L J. 1-1. a eNlr N.Mh w OJL w
i home from Wooster Prep of Roberts Bay proceed ac scalloped hem and fell in background with flecks of mix- Curwood, who is attending Methodist Church and is secretary : M.e' tM- rri.-3oL.-, 000Ir
I ool in Danbury, Conn., with cording to schedule. soft pleats from the waist The ed colors. Her accessories nursing school In Atlanta, and of the Bayshore Estates "TBB R I NET" D..bre Pw,.
he exi ruing news. He was -,- bodice was fitted and made were black and her corsagewas Miss Karen Keith, another Civic Assn. tl PElt GaN.
\ !sen as the senior student In Lewis Terry Shirling, son of with a scalloped neckline and of white carnations. The close friend of the bride who is The monthly desert luncheon : ...11I.-.....wd Jr, 1.544

school to attend a two-day the L. N. Shirlings of Englewood / long fitted sleeves which end- groom's mother wore a navy attending Webber College. card parties will be resumed "ADULT LINQ'ENT" PMw A..Iowh.... ,.1._............ I
ence Symposium at Yale has just been promotedto ed in calla lily points over the and white dress made with a The newlyweds are at homeat Jan 23 at 1 p.m. at the Ma. oasis HER cues: MINII "
1N yes coot
i,vers ty later this month at sergeant, upon graduationfrom wrists fitted bodice softly pleated 410 Baynard Drive sonic Temple. A 50 cents donation : at.nMi, I... Bit.... &.d.. :..= THI DA"
i, the 24th Infantry Division skirt and three-quarter length The bride was graduatedfrom is requested and the m... P.M.. D...... Rw..td.M. .
ch the top scientists in the Her fingertip length veil of is welcome ..... a "... I s._ "IT lITAICTED WITH A site'y.rrrrire..ar..r..rrr.r.a..sA
Intry will lecture to a rep s NCO Academy in Augs illusion was attached to an or. full sleeves. Her corsage was Venice High School in public officers
lentative from each of the burg, Germany, His wife, Sharon ganza rose and pearl headpiece of white carnations. 1963 where she was presidentof said ..s.JMellora

fee classes of all the New and two daughters are also Her white corsage was The reception after the ceremony the DCT Club. For her first -1 / ti A1UaI111MMINUwr-aMrM,1.. u' r--a-- III
;and prep schools. He has in Englewood, having recently of carnations, centered with a was held at Fisherman's three years of high school work y
I en the red carpet treat.nt moved into their new Sylvania white orchid and her only jew. Wharf, and the reception room she attended Riverview High
this holiday. and no won- Avenue Home City was a string of pearls. was decorated with Christmas School in Sarasota. She has For The Man Who Has Everything EXPERT HAIR

He !leaves Sunday to relie -0- The gowns of the maid of greenery and red poinsettias. been employed in Venice since
his studies In Danbury Mrs. Arthur P. Swanson entertained honor, the bridesmaids and the The bridal table was in white I her graduation. CALL OR SEE
-0- for two homecomers, flower girl were of identical with crystal and silver appointments I The groom completed his
f:ew winter residents in the Mrs Gretchen Nichols and design and color. Red satin, and the four.tiered all- high school education in Omro HERMAN VANDER VOMIT
a ire the Henry Severances Mrs. Florence Graham, withan the color of the poinsettias on white wedding cake was topped and attended Western Michi Sf
Gotham, Me.. who will di. open house at her Park the altar, accented the bridal with a miniature bride and gan College at Kalamazoo and CONSULTANT FOR THE DIPLOMAT CO.

e their time between thereI Lane Drive home on Dec. 22. white in this Christmas wedding groom the University of Wisconsin at For the first time a Truly nnd'etecfaUe
'I here from now on. He is ad Mrs. Nichols has been visitingin The dresses were sleeveless Outftown guests here for Madison prior to coming to r -
professional in Gorham New York for several with bateau necklines, the wedding included Mrs. Venice with his parents last HAIR PIECE

t ing the summer months, months and Mrs. Graham has fitted bodices and ball skirts Jack Holland of Charlestown, year. He is now in business. Light, rigid, durable base allows yea to
j I instructs here now, win. been in Illinois since the sum. They carried white fur muffs S. C: Mr and Mrs Barry Hoij j i with his father as vice-presiI swim, sleep and play M comforti
rs. This charming couple ii (Continued nn pate 11)) to which were attached cor sag- land and Mrs Mary Tison, an I I I dent of Venice Gas Co, ,
FOR A PRIVATE DEMONSTRATION
.
t sently! living in Englewood
CREW CUT Phone 488-1475 Between 9 and IO.Jn.

ITie Forrest Barkers of Eti I th Annual Art Show Opens MondayWinners I IVY LEAGUE {, d ; writ.
Jury
i eph, Mich.. were in a big .. NATURALECONTINENTAL ee 728 CYPRESS AVENUE VENICE

CASUAL Improve Your Appearance
ouglas.Deinert of the fifth annual
.
.
jury art show of the Venice. s Nt ., .iPo/W: m n I'r.a

ngagement Told will be ... .. .. ..
Art Assn
[ Nokomis announced ..""" 'abRJslaarg.znver+aIMi e lafa5 e IRDON'T
at the show opening
> announcement of the en. public reception Monday from
cment of Miss Patricia Ann 7 to 9 p.m. at First National BE MISLED see.'EAST -
'Jglas to Thomas Rodney Bank of Venice

inert of Nokomis was made The show will continue I
iday at a party at the home through Jan. 17 and the 35canvasses
her parents, Mr and Mrs. selected for hang.

,George Douglaa of 721 Apa- ing may be viewed at the bank GATE IrJJ
:ola: Road daily Monday through Friday

frhe bridegroom-elect Is thei from V a.m. until 1 :30 p.m. and
> of Mrs. Lanita B. Deinert on Fridays from 5 p.m until E. VENICE AVE. IN CITY LIMITS
River Edge. N J. and Ru- 8 p.m. m
> t B. Deinert also of Newt The show was judged thiayear a
by Robert McFarland who DON'T BE MISLED about city taxes. In a modest

gue teaches, Longboat at Manatee Key Art Art Center Lea. home you can live far cheaper than In the county "kEI P"

and Gladstone Gallery in New AND you get all the conveniences and the advantages #
t York, N. Y In charge of the
of
exhibition are Mrs. T. A. Par. city living.

rott Mrs George P. Thompson
and Mrs. Hays Watlington
Hostesses for the reception will BLACK TOPPED STREETS

be Mesdames Robert Handley, t
Florence Beattv, LaNea Schafer CITY SEWERS
Mackenzie Heaven and William r V .

Everhart.Three Cash Award s I STREETLIGHTSPOLICE

Cash awards donated by the ai_ & FIRE PROTECTION
bank, will be $50, $37.SO and $25
to the three top winners and
honorable mention awards will CLOSE TO ALL STORES

also be made.McFarland.
has been invited JURY SHOW PRINCIPALS The hangingof sponsoring the event. Co-chairmen, left to MEDICAL CENTER

by the association to conduct I any art show Is no easy job, and particul- right, are Mrs. T. A. Parrott, Mrs Hays
its first painting demonstration arly a juried show, as the above chairmenand Watlington and Mrs George P, Thompson HOSPITAL
[MlJxJ PATRICIA DOUGLASrsey of the year on Jan. 13 at judge of the Venice-Nokomis Art Assn's The judge was Robert McFarland of Sarasota .
7:30: p.m. at Venice Civic Center upcoming show can tell you The show will right. (PHOTO by Col. James G Kalec) FREE GARBAGE COLLECTION
A SO-cent donation will be
with reception Monday from 7 to tp
Miss open a
nice Douglas High School la a and senior is it a requested this of meeting non.members attending .m. at First National Bank, which is coin o SMALLEST LOT 80 X 120 FEET

mber of the Diversified Co- He is affiliated with local San Miguel d'Allende in award of the Southeast Annual,
rative Education Club west coast art groups and is Mexico and in various placesin Atlanta; the $500 purchase Introductory offer In advance of Parade of Homes. We're offeringthe I',

\fl' Deinert was graduated a member of the American Abstract Europe and Africa for a award, Florida State Fair,
m River Dell (N.J.) High Artists of New York and three-year period. 1959, and several smaller there is lowest priced comparable In the area. SAVE DOLLARS BY
viol and Is assistant produce of the Florida Artists Group His paintings hang In most awards, in various shows. u
nager of Kwik Chek in Yen- The artist studied at Choul- of the important modern collections Or. Garold Stryker, Art Assn 4 ; BUYING NOWI
nard Art Institute and Art in this country and he president, reported that the ONLYONE
\ summer wedding is plan.d. Center School in Lon Angeles, has exhibited in shows in New association is highly pleased

at the Institute A11 end. York, Los Angeles, Chicago, with tho improvement in qual- il
New Orleans and In numerous ity of the works entered this

l1iss. smaller cities. year over the previous years 1964 Parade of Homesi"d
Sheila Covill Engaged His recent awards includethe Last year there were 20 works / .
1962 $1000 purchase selected to hang I under construction
w.- WarM Wersettoeel,adh, are
1
to Wed Thomas Maticka nr 5000 bntuMf. has man WATCH!
thai tturtr )y..a npwnnct. tatMMraf
food wN to burtiw andesemesty
Mr and Mrs. Frank J Covillof Sterling Silver lift. for IIIOI'IlmInne. yours: WAIT!
..Mate*. .. '
101 W, Alba Ave. today
for GRAND OPENING before
pounce the engagement of Created By ;

if daughter Miss Sheila Dine ,,rMass DREAM]\ .' you buy anywhere.

Covi le, to Thomas E. kr

I'ticka III Ii1DmJmNEW I 488 1046 488' t DON'T BUY UNTIL
The bridegroom-elect Is then _. ; =-- 5571. HOME YOUVE SEEN

of Mr and Mrs. Thomas wpcoaa IKWCOIIUII .. I
D-e.ww rKr has ,* j EAST GATE
|
'tieka YORK CITY .
Jr of Pecan Lane, No- I i7w..b
tnl.. He was graduated in EXCLUSIVELY AT e- I a Ph. 488384S 483-1451 4881918P.
'i2; -
from Venice High'School car I O. Box 848 Venice
"d !I.
employed at La Byer r C--.I I
le<:trlo Co. Nokomis hA11Ss II Itore e- g 11 New Beautiful Homes
Mia 1480 MAIN ST. D I MM she b e.rM r r I
Covill i. a .tudent ..t'nice ? ... .. I Ipie under constructions
High --..... SARASOTA, FLA. OI.h.a.+ I II l
School
No> date hat s ww.a eel M r ttoshew ; MANY MORE TO STARTT
been set for the .
widaig. B11EILs1 COVILL I J ...... """


I IRSDAY ,



THURSDAY JANUARY 2, 19&4 :

THE VENICE GONDOLIER ---- I

EIGHT -. 4 ,.... I
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AT WOMAN'S CLUB Former Teacher Bridge Scores j Area Painters '''Cue Club bets I




Venice Area Free Public Library Writes About 1--Mrs.NORTH-SOUTH ENVENO.Pee.J. W Kimball. I3rd.,n",, Organize; Fonn'Vagabond' F014malOpening

.
Mrs. J. J. Nealon 101'. I
Peace CorpsIn 2-Mrs. Clare Carlson and Myron

Schoenleld 96. ClubA The beautiful new Cue Club
Monday Hours Announced Adm. anti. Mra. R. C Hus ,
Opens ; recent letters to his moth. J- located at 1890 S TamumjTrail ;

er, Mrs. Ruby Robinett of Nokomis ton 87V4. I Veterans' Census in South Venice, will\ col.
.. 1 EAST.W'STIMr. : who
Whitney Roblnett former group of area painters ebrate its formal opening ::'d\.
The Venice Area Free Pub- Venice. Funds for the actual a week. Venice Junior High School .. Harry Lawrence and call themselves the 'Engle- urday.In .

lic Library will be open for operation of the library are Mrs. Lanti pointed out that 'racher, reports that life in the\. Mrs. C. Bryant, 113'4.2N. N K.. wood Vagabond. invite other To Start TodayAn addition to the bOllard and
number of physical changes K. Patton and
allocationthis a I workshop paintIng -
The provided by a $32,000 Interested in
business next Monday Peace Corp. in Liberia Is full the new facility
room,
pool off.
Board of County will be made In the actual library Patton Jr., &&. their Tuesday
the at
library is located in the libra year by 1 of complications and hard to loin them area-wide veteran Information ers a dining room, snack bar
and VanB.
facilities\ Certain L. Unertle
Commissioners of Sarasota spaces 3-Mrs. J meetings.The .
VemceNokomisWoman's evening
today
ry area at the work. will begin fountain.
census and soda
.
will be converted to use as a Carter, 02.
Drive County II members of the group ,
Club) Harbor March
on citizens through
I lOne of the first area and continue
adults department an Club, Dec. 26th The billiard and pool
Mrs DorothyF Woman's rnnn
young adult education
The librarian. 1962-63 Fort
and Tampa Street. met during a
selected for the corp., he attended according to Lemon Bay
The drive for a free public Lantz, said the library hours office and a cataloguing andprocessing I comprehensive training NORTH-SOUTH art class and, when the Vice-commander Ben Lane, Include 11 pool tables, three
'
Friday department. There Mrs. Carter Harrison and snooker table and one billion!
through 1 in
library here was spearheaded would be Monday and is class was not continued Sep
for his job last spring director.
by the Venice Area Friends of from 8 a.m until 5:30: p, will also be additional reading stationed teacher In'' Gen. L. H. Miller 87. tember, decided to continue Englewood! part of pilot table. It is open daily from 1 a
now as a The census is
the Library whose ultimate m Saturday from 8 a.m. until tables and shelving to handle Monrovio, Liberia. He had visited ; 2-Mrs. T. A Parrott and Mrs working together In a loosely- for the national organization a.". until midnight and on Sun.
goal Is a new, modern library 12 noon and Monday and Thursday the numerous volumes now on Africa previously but had W. C Bose, 841." knit organization. program being conducted day from 1:30: p.m. until mid.

building In Blalack:' Park, on from 7 until 9pm. This order However most of the not spent time in the LIberian 3-Mrs. Elgin Morison and Next meeting is Jan 7 from Florida and la the night
I round provided I by the City 3f I represents; a total of 47 hour. changes will not be achieved the 6th.in area any until now.Major re.1 Mrs. T. B. Richardson, 79. 7:30: to 10 p.m. at the Engle- first throughout such census initiated by The dining room 1a 1 open from
for the opening on
_. time EAST-WEST
hall. Thereare until 10
-- --- wood recreation 6 a.m p.m. daily
inconveniences I he > Purpose is and
wide selection of periodicals and the national group:
A 1-Miss Lucy Journeay no instruction, only an exchange the snack bar from 10 a.m
ports is the housekeeping situation and address un.
and additional to pinpoint, by name
,
newspapers Mrs. J. J. Nealon 77\to.I
of assistance between I til midnight The dining
reference materials are also and the necessity for and all veterans of WWI, room(
Mrs. J. W. Kimball
members, and the media will will cater to to !
order New selections in the boiling all water used. Innoculation 71. WWII and the Korean Conflict, I groups up 40
on Mrs. Harry Lawrence be according to the painters'choices. i for parties held after 8:30: ( i
to against all major diseases estimated at between p in.,
fiction
field of are expected! 3-Adb. and Mrs. R. C. Hus currently
will be still .
arrive soon.Library to be encountered there have Subjects 700,000 and one million. by reservation.Bob
ton, 69"
assistants will be been effective, in his case, EN-VE-NO Dec 27th life and models. Legionnaires and Auxiliary I and Dave Thrumson anthe "
Mrs William A. Crotx and since he has acquired no ma. NORTH-SOUTH Cost will be only that required members taking the census, owner-operator of the Cue
Mrs KateDurfee. 'ior illnesses since he reported 1 Forrest Whitehouse and to cover expenses. Only requirement will wear cap identifying I Club. Tom Scarborough IS
""I The Library will be free to I for duty in the fall. He said -Van B. Carter 111. for attending the themselves and will carry manager of the food depart-
all residents of Sarasota County the tuberculosis incidence issn 2 Mrs. Forrest Whitehouseand sessions Is that the painter membership card for further ment.
-
A resident is defined as one I great and the Liberian government Paul Cheney, 98. have had some formal training, Identification. The census will i No alcoholic beverage art
J who has lived in the county' has no funds for diagnosis 3-Mr .and Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson no matter how little be taken weekdays from 3 to sold or permitted on the pi cm.

consecutively for six months or I and treatment that he 95 V,. 17:30: p.m. and the state organ- I....
one who owns property in the and other Peace Corp. mem EAST-WEST ration has Issued a request to
county. Other Individuals wish. bers, as individual citizens, are 1-Mrs. R. L. Gamble and State Grange all veterans to cooperate fully I You don't need to use more :
e. lug to avail themselves of the I trying to assist with the prob Mrs. R. W. McNamara, with the census-takers. than a tablespoon of sugar t to
library will be required to pay lem. 106""/. mix with a cup of fresh or I

an annual fee that A major the vacation blow to time him'Peace was 2-Mrs. Peter Olsen and Mrs. Meets ]an. 2-4 States paid frozen cranberries when \
H. L. Bartholomew, 86!i. $375 million in taxes on motor adding them to a nut!
Corps members were to receive I
3-Mrs. Catherine Gomaat and fuel in 1962. batter..
Bridge Luncheon has been cancelled in
Mrs. Wilma LaFountain,
At LakelandSome
Monrovia because of the necessity .

Tuesday At VYC of conducting summer Venice 83 Contract Fridge Club,
the native
school for
courses Dee 27thNORTHSOUTH 500 members of FlorIda HURRY! HURRY !
i The Venice Yacht Club ladies teachers. Whitney had planned State Grange will conveneat
bridge luncheon will be held a tour of Africa (Peace Corps
Jan. 2 through
I-Mi. Ethel Morison and Lakeland
at the club. members are limited to vacations 1964 Edition Of
Tuesday noon ft
*
B 1I Mrs J. J. Nealon, 133. for their third annual conven
I Hostesses will be Mrs William on the continent on which
2-Mr., J. H. Morris and Myron
Noyes and Mr. John Ho- they are serving) and will not Schoenfeld, 129". tion.Meetings will begin at 1:30: "The Greatest Show
gan. They should be called not be able now to leave his post
3-Mrs. T. B. Richardson and p.m. at the civic auditorium. On Earth"li s
later than Sunday for reservations until 1965. Venice will
from
Mrs. Elgin Morison. 121. I Attending
His last letter was written
and should also be notified
t-Mrs. W E. Holden and A. be Master Robert E. Hicks, Now BeingCHOREOGRAPHED
of cancellations Mrs.George shortly after the assassinationof
any G. Campbell 118. 'and :Mrs Hicks, as delegates;
President Kennedy and he
Grassle, publicity BY
EAST.WEST State Chaplain Walter E.
said that President Tubman declared
chairman for the group said.
month's mourning and 1-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and Wood; Deputy State Master The Incomparable
Progressive bridge and foursomes a
Leo ] Mrs Walter E. Wood; Mrs
Eaton, 29.
will be played. that; the entire populace of
I I II II The Jan. 8 mixed bridge Monrovia closed their businessei 2-Mr.! C. E. Bryant and N. Lydia Keyser; Mr. and Mrs.
and BARSTOW
K. Patton. 128H. Fred Beckman and Mr DICK
game has been cancelled and and conducted memorial
Mr. Mrs. R. V. Hand- Mrs. Vincent Devine.Thursday's .
3 and
the next mixed bridge eveningwill I services and masses on the -
ARENA
RINGLINC
will Include the
at
be at 8 p.m. on Jan 22 day of the funeral ley, 124,.. program .
-Adm. and Mrs. R. C. Hus a speech of welcome by Nest to Venice Airport
ton, 115.Lutheran. the mayor, a memorial service

for I and a 6:30: p.m. banquet and Where You Can SeeTHE
Agents program, prepared by the state
-.. Church lecturer. FLYING WAYNES
I :- AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT : Friday's session will Include

I COMPANY a business meeting, a S CAPTAIN HUGO SCKM'.TT
I Sets CommunionEmmanuel) home economics luncheon at
which state awards will be With Hit Herd ef Elephants

I t Tl S l 22,000, Sq. ft. Space Lutheran Church made, a style show and tour.
will mark the beginning of the of the city for non-delegate S CHARLES MOROSICIThe

__. ACROSS THE STREET new year with the sacrament members Approximately 100 Hone) Trainer
VENICE OFFICE of holy communion at the 10:30: members will receive sixth de
ACROSS THE WORLD
601 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL OR a.m. service Sunday. gree membership (state fraternal
Let us arrange all detaili ef your moving and storage New members will be re organization) membership FAMOUS RIDING HANNEFORD'SFrom

I ceived into the congregation at at the 8pm. meeting. Nearby Osprey
FIRST 7d1 tnt Venice Transit and StorageEitablithed this service. Saturday will be devoted to

The Rev. Charles I. Rowe presentation of work done in And Meaty Other Thrilling Acts Will Mate Up The
I 1947 I is pastor and invites visitors 1963 by the youth membershipof
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of SARASOTA 1964 Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus
i 552 E. Venice Ave Ph 488.1 171 Nitet 488.3513, 488-2592 to this and all of the church'sservices. the Grange. The convention
..-AoII f1T """ '_ "" ___n_ c i will close at 4 p.m.

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WM HYDE PLUMBING & HEATING INC.


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VENICE GLASS SHOP, INC B & L PORTER PAINTS VENICE VENICE ARMY AIR BASEWILSON MILLWORK & SUPPLY, INC.VENICE


253 S. NOKOMIS AVE. VENICE 439 S. TAMIAMI TRIAL VENICE



LEMON BAY LUMBER CO WALKER'S' PAINTING & DECORATING


80 McCALL 1340 LE E PERA RD.
RD. ENGLEWOODVENICE
ENGLEWOOD 1879 S. TAMIAMI TRIAL SOUTH VENICE



GULF TILE BLACKBURN PAVING MANGO CRAWFORD HEATING & COOLING 0 INC. I


405 S. PARK BLVD. VENICE 1310 CENTRAL AVE. SARASOTA 712 E. VENICE AVE.VENICE.




S. TAMIAMI TRAIL ACTION T.V., INC ANDERSON ELECTRIC, INC. TERRAZZO & CEMENT CO. I..

VENICE BASE & COCKRILL
VENICE NOKOMIS' I



VENICE STATIONERS LESTER DAVIS ROOFERS WEST COAST REDI-MIX INC !

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RATES: per hour per person
BILLIARD AND POOL ROOM

t. y 1 1.ind 2 at a table 75c
DINING ROOM i!:'

; 3 at a table 65c
SNACK BAR B

SODA FOUNTAIN 4 or more at a table . 600


PHONE 488-5883


DINING ROOMI
I .
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I 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daffy.i : .
;i .
! Snack Bar and Soda Fountain open daily from 6 ..m.
After Jan. 1st players must have membership cards which are to midnight.Dining .
I
available at the office.
I I k room will cater to groups up to 40 for
II 'l I' SOc per year individual membership. parties held after 8:30 p.m. By reservation.

I : $1.00 family membership regardless of number in family. Special I group dinner arrangements by .

I Members of family under 16 years of age must have parents consent
TOM L SCARBOROUGH
of \
I certificate available at office.
I Manager
! Short term courtesy cards are Issued to tourists who are welcome
I to use all the facilities of the club.

Ilg, No alcoholic); beverages sold or permitted.. No gambling. 1890 S. Tamiami Trail South Venice

(Across From Walkers]

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THE VENICE GONDOLIER ._- .. '- .-,,- ,, I 'rtit tilth thou< .Midi ii (1( ,. ,. ldianapolia! Indo i ,\ Iii 1 IIIIph:, Oi ,
j" Lil
I| their grandson Paul K Robinson er gues In.lude L" year old gi and.,1I1t"I I I It 10 I 'Iw, ul
,
I I and Mr and Mrs Francis Mounts family hum Mt V I i t the holidnj Thev .11" M I I "nd I" holmlot' .i tpwrI I \ "
North Port Bush their new neighbors on non Iowa; Mi and Ii- Eic.dBoren ::' Lou and Helen Fulop and the Mrs. Richard C. Wood and son don before returning tc na Dt.
North Port Charlotte Talbot Street. Lake Worth Fl,i and : three younger children, Becky Matthew. Richard Wood is the trait, Mich.. here Mr v
-0- Mrs. Perry Black from Piano, Joseph and Lisa are back at professor of English and Amer Lisle I. with General Elect.o t
I
CharlottePersonals Mr. and Mrs Horace Rice of Ill. their home on Talbot Street for lean Literature st Randolph, -o-
East Satford Terrace have -0AI a short holiday vacation before Martin College Ashland Va. hearty welcome to our tin
Club News And NotesMrs and Grace Jerabtck of 155Merbiaon the children have to return to -0- neighbors in North Port Ch
been entertaining guest over is attorney
Ave.. are spendingthe school Mr. Fulop an Mr. and Mrs G. N Keenanof lotte: William R Trought"!
the holidays They are Mn.Rice's holidays with their son Al in Canton, Ohio, Columbus, Ohio, have been Marius Road; Frank Hem M1

May Harwood, pres. Circle. Mr. and Mr. Robert Orr Jr. mother, Mrs. Alice Jr and his family on Long It- -,- house guests of Mr. and Mrs Bayano Street; William E'
dent of the Florida State Fed. -0- their and family Mr. Smith and two aunts, Edna and land. They plan to return hometo "Doc" and Evelyn Henriksen Harold Fidler on West Hvde Harr, Angle Place; E. E. lu
have son
ration of Republican Women, The Methodist WSCS will Thyra Wolkerson. They plan to Florida soon where they can on Marius Road left Monday Park for the last week. The sell, Chlcopa Street, Chariot] ,
will be guest speaker at a luncheon meet at the home of Mrs. Ern- and Mrs. John C. Orr and three return home today to Muskegon thaw out again I for a cruise to Nassau They Fidlers are looking forward to H. Markes, Jordan Street: MJ;,
Jan S at 12:30 p.m. at est Hallen, 101 Merrill St.. on daughters Denise Suzanne and -0- I I drove to Miami and took the their son and his family, J. Eleanor Moeller Herbison Av
Early Wynn Steak House and Monday evening, Jan. 6th at Michelle here for a one-week Mich.Mr Margare and Ruby Scharlau ,, boat from there. They expectto Robert Amos, who will be nue; Robert Baynes, C>dmh
the Yen 7:30 for their monthly meeting Y. Mr -0- return home on Friday. spending the holidays with Street; Armand Baumiq
will be sponsored by : visit from Mt. Kisco N. and Mrs George Doanof of Shumock Avenue have their Grobe Street Edward
Mrs Robert Orr and Mrs. -0- them. ; KI'OnI
!Nokomis Republican Club and Mrs. Orr entertained Merril Street have their brother and .sister law. Mr.
beck, Bumford Avenue
AU North Port Charlotte Republican James Glasgow will present Scharlau I I Mr and Mrs Frank Wood of -0- : Oabm
have been invited to several duets of familiar neighbor with Christmas dmner -I' daughter Lynn home for the and Mrs. Delmar en Holiday guest of the 1VilfredChurcnlllsaretheir el Bartell, Grobe Street
piano Warms Road are especially
Mr. holidays from Florida State here for a Visit over the hohdajj .
'
attend hymns Mrs. Homer Houok Among them were I Christmas season ; dao Ji Harry D. Gray, Chlcopa Strtt'
this
from !
Paul Palmeter and University at Tallahassee Oth They drove down i\ing :
Mi
The North Port RepublicanClub win be in charge of the stud\_.and *
will meet un the evening -- -- -

h, of the same day at 7:30: p.m ...
for their regular monthly meeting .

at the Community-0- Center ENT 111..11. II II BIll Imam m Ii 81m IJ III: 1:1: II! ill&1i DEl 10 III


t Here to la get a wonderful rid of all opportunity those. = m Colonial = :: Pillsbury =

extra Chruttmaa pounds holidays gained over the r Coffee mmm

t The Exercise Class will be II m Flour Wa
Sugar
held from 9 to 11 a m. each
Thursday morning Mrs Nona Maxwell House Astor . !
Leonard is instructor in chargeof
the classes starting next 11 II inJlI.lb.

Thursday. ...0- P I I 4 9 C 1 1.1b. 39. II 5-lb. 5-lb.off .
The Club of North 59c 9'
Port Charlotte Pittsburgh will meet tonight IIJ Can tan CI II }Q .
Bag Bag
..
at 7:30 at the Community M .
iii .
Center. All former residentsof C.1(:. limit OM T... aka Witt $5., Mare OrV
the E'XCELLt lJIIit 0. Witll SS ., Mer. Od, u.t! 0.Will 55., Mere 0rMr
greater Pittsburgh area
DI . III
are urged to attend the meetIng
where you can meet many Prices Good Jan. 2Jan. 4 . ..II..II.I.IIIIMlIIIIIIIIIIIII.11111111
of your former neighbors VENICE STORE ONLY

The Michigan-0-Club will meeton Store Ha'rs* 11111.11..1111..111111111111..1111.1111111 _

Monday Jan. 6 at 7:30: p.m. 9am. to 9 p.m Mon. thru Fri. .
at the Community Center. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Sat Deep South II IBB Superbrand 11M
-0- OMMtftT bto ttHTIttCovt. .Van C Pork d. H
World War I Veteran, Barracks amp 5 an .

2"43 North Port Char. lIJ PEANUT HH ICE M
lotte, will! hold their Installa.
trots of officers today at 2:00: p. Beans HH
m at the Community Center. = BUTTER : =
The installing officer will be BQ HH CREaM,
Past District Commander John
Rodgers from Port Charlotte. 2-lb z No. 2 1 h ,.

be The installed newly are elected Francis officers Rod to ( 49 c. Can Z'] C ''

melke man, commander senior vice:commander Louis Sen.: :;:; I j (Ii Umit Jar One limit Three 2 Half Gal. S100 I :

Otto Hock, junior vice com .
# II JQ .
minder; Paul Palmeter quarermaster t JIll

chaplain; ;William Romeyn A. Garvey.Utley, \ ,, IIIIIIIIIIIIIJIB m i111 m Ill. 1111 fill. 111111 III.

judge advocate; Walter Earnest Nr h I A Sample of Th* Uw ',i... Found' In Our StorM. Thm i
Jr. three trustee
,
F
:
year ,On Thins Y.ti Con Always t. Sun 01. W* Ar* Centtcmtly Work.
Robert Peterson, two
trustee; George Woods, year one S Dye M Atra"WIK Ins To Icing Food Cot Dawn, And At W. P., W. Pet The Saving
,
trustee On T. Yea And As An Add.d tonus Saving W. Give You TOP
year YAWL STAMPS Par Poe Gifts.
After the meeting a receptionwill .
be held at OTooles Restaurant J .



1 Club:30 The Center p.m.will North in meet North next-0-at Port Port.the Thursday Community Woman at- .Georgia Inspected ShippedFRESH'Grade 'A' F'' : R: v. ER.! S'fil Whole I lb. 2 5



era committee The for club 1964 will will The elect present nominating new off the ic. ) ; OR CUT UP


slate of candidates for office

and nominations from the floor THRIFTY MAIDApple .
will be accepted The newly 15,10 e 1. 10"t d .vr -LR4J 7
elected oficers will be installedat Sauce 2 Qua 29 y /' .. !i
the next in February .
meeting .ru 7 ti .. W D HAND DJ. 0k IsaaJ Rae _
THRIFTY MAID Mole Kernel '' ,, r
I Mrs chairman Robert Peterson announced program 12i ,' : ,1or ?' .... .' ," ; f\t a ? Shoulder Roast. I 6.59
Golden Coin limit Fw0 rllt. / W.DBRAHor..w., sown' u.
there will be a talk on garden. a a "'
Y
,
ing at the January meeting s m x 'Ii' Ground 4(1
:1P1 Beef 179
-0- THRIFTY MAID Urg : ,' + :, c: r d,;
Thirty-eight North Port Char 1 IIJ 303 jj '.l.. ,4j 'r t OakitFntaahut ....1iAl.A FIf.nmWla
"
lotte residents and their guests Sweet Peas Limit"n,1J5e '", ,t l p' 'J '
i1 ;h Breast 49c
had Christmas dinner together ... _' ',_- or Thighs I&.
at the Bell Vista Restaurant in Plutic CoataJMT + FRESH PORK
r Englewood. Mrs. J. R. Fox accompanied RiHbL

t while they the group sang Christmas at the piano Clorox . li cit OM24ot.ld. 2ge I a 1 Frai Butt. Roast 0 &. 39c
I Meaty
numbers Those attending were
Mr. and Mrs Earnest Hallen suaoLiquid Pork Steaks I&. 49c
a and daughter Barbara; Mr G.aI1 0 e a e 0
Starch IOe
and Mr. Stanley Throckmorton LiaoTwa W-DBRAND
Mr and Mrs. Frank Cole C
:Mr and Mrs William Dyleski DEEP SOUTH Sliced Bacon a a lbe 49

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proudx TAR NOW'S OUrt,Picllt &Pi'.t.,Spiotl
J Mrs Lloyd Leeper Mr and Sliced Bologna tj 25CCOPUAMDSFr.
Mrs. J. R. Fox, Mr and Mrs
THRIFTY MAIDGrape
O R. McShanog, Mr,, and Mrs. ." wS..WC.uatry fJJ
David Balanov, Mr and Mrs. Link
Juice 2ge p Sausage Ib. 59
Carl Meyer, Mr and Mrs. UnlitTw. 0 0
Louis Schmelke Mr and Mrs COPElAND'S Pauper lebps w

Mrs William, Stanley Thompson Nelson, Mr Mr and and THRIFTY MAID i e Braunschweiger Ill.II. 49c
Catsup I 2S 25'
:Mrs. G J Kieserg of Ft. .
a _
Paerce, Mrs Eileen Millett and
her guest Mildred Baker of LYKES _
Hudson N. H.; Mrs Marie 15aLGn
Guillery, Miss Mildren Clute Chili with Beans lwt>> 19' R IDAHO BAKFN
and Mr Carl Ernst

-0- DIXIE DARUNC EarickW FMI> lW Potaloes
Mrs Hubert McKibben
president
of the Women of the First Bread 2 201. JJle
Presbyterian Church of North .IMVM i

there Port will Charlotte be four Circles announced be. DIXIE DARLING Lb,


Kibben ginning-in Number will January.be One hostess at her Mrs to.homeat Circle Mc- Pecan Twirls' : 3-9c ; 10 Bag 5 9 (


311 E Safford Terrace on '. '. ._. _.. __ f mrf Al PITBM
Jan 7 at 2 pm. Mrs. Robert (i:.: i"h'V! "' il' J:
I Innes will give the Circle H Q Apples I lbs. 4911
'
: 'l 3
I'f Study Mr. Marion Kelsey is : .. .- ;WI : GOOD lUCIC a

leader CHEF DEUCHT 'Isutab Ftacy
*

Wednesday Circle Number, Jan Two 8 at 2 meet p.m, on at Cheese Spread 2 : 59 MG l .19c Celerylver.k; 2 R F m

209 the home Bumford of Mrs St. Mrs John Gordon Planz, KRAFTS "" gam-ine I2> .

Nixon will have charge of the U|. FIrUi
'10 -
study and Mrs Addison McWil- Longhorn Cheese Fk: 49 .
liams is Circle Leader KRAFTS SB Circle Number Four will also .
meet on Wednesday, Jan 8 at Natural Swiss }Phi 37 CANNON .
2pm. at the home of Mrs. .
George Doan, 109 Merril St. TOWEL & WASH CLOTH] .el
Mrs (JJJf g JJJJJUUI.I.UItl/UI.Ut i ,
Willard Pickers will give .
jj ASTOR f.I..
the study and Mrs. Wilfred SO EXTRATOP VALUE =' FREE 300 EXTRA ;'d SETS
Churchill is Circle Leader, ."" ...--....,.. STAMPS. I.IS h Peas .5 f hrf 39'
.
Circle Number Three meets l rro larg.Sip CrrlTOP VALUE sTAMps Wash Cloth Ea.19c'MIN< e ,
the C > MAID
following week on Tuesday, Tootli Patti 09 relll
Jan 14 at the home of Mrs ewwn.rci.aawlwsNaw., When You Clip and Rttan J

Harold Au 133 Merril St. Mrs c..UMII"." v.u ONI..?. HI""..CUlT.ai''va OM.. All The Valuable I Covpns P Towel I Ea. 59cy Orange fIlg4ht. a 5 I or 09c
Terrence Peterson will be in FARMHOUSE F"...
charge of the study and Mrs. In This Ad Ua' n'I'' L"t :M !
.
Gordon Blend Is Leader of the W11l .fJf.JJ }!!!: _.: Fruit Pies a a Eah 29'

ROYALTY FOR 'SPEARMINT'NEW CD 1fS & t flllf "
W N WiWJ.
SO EXTRA TOP ) : -M.11I
VAlUE
STAMPS .fI
SO EXTRA TOP VALUE
YORK (AP) A song ..... ... STAMPS : JO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS
Al..w. ... SO EXTRA TOP
w M d e. w sNu r VALUE STAMPS.
he wrote years ago is bringing I .Mau-..../.ea wNw.N d wM rW. ..-../. Mwdr.. ..EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS :
Rose FfMwsi QIIIIb $I i09 .11010 MTM ,*...
Billy a weekly royalty of lykM Corn.dIWHua Oavor'ro...
w rr IMhilad.
,*. Saga 57. Pali* ,
,
$25.The tune Does .r wrt.owaw..aw OM n. |Miwn .) ._ ..... wawN.m.waw.e ... ... 3 ur c.N $100 keaJeaSli' cwslH| Dw !Iaci59
the Spear. CUIIOMII .. .*. Ma .. .. *n
ev..IIo-. .,. un ONI cimoMMI T wl.eld.INrw awwt a c. .WI_."aN 150... ..
mint Lose Its Flavor on the V.M Iktwit-l I liMn OMIMtCUITOMIII C liMn ON" ,. t Nh ra e..i wo aIM'!' tr N
Bedpost Overnight" is briefly t V.M TIUHili tawwy 4 e.....v.w nN.... i' 'M1 ew u,MnuraMr ..V.p Sal nwa.PII cuiroa-a' a.N./r1 J
chanted by Kirk Douglas in ..-.. I I
I One Flew Over the Cuckoo mmml\lWWVJhfi\
Nest.
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JANUARY 2, 1964 THE 'VENICE I GONDOLIER I _ _ _ _ _ ". PAGE ELEVEN

er and Mrs. W. Harrison war

1 VO THE WORL WITH Legion AuxiliaryTo JOTTINGS chaparones. .
IIY (Continued from page 1)

: mer, most recently in Batavia.0 .
"4 ,',> "' ...,' / -0- Venice, Florid

'j ,... 1'E never did finish the "jot1 DEPENDABLE
: Meet
I ._ : I MondayENGLEWOOD about the George Spender's DRYWALL
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.-""-, -- J 0 eec me i Greenstamps
I "" '''''. ;:?; That the nickname grandsons SERVICEC.

Lemon Bay I Steve and Richard tacked on W. Curwood 411-1330

.- Unit 276, American Legion I to their new sister, Jan Eliza. _ _ -I
-, ." Auxiliary will hold it* first ''I beth who was born to the
meeting of the New Year Mon. George W. Spenders Jr. in September .

___ __ day night at the American I The senior Spenders Competent Experienced!
I Legion headquarters on McCall aw her the first time in November I ReliableACCOUNTING
Lots :For Sale Mobile Homes Misc. For Sale Road with Auxiliary President j when they went for a

THE VENICE GONDOLIER -'-- E'wood LegionIn Mrs. Hilda H Clare, presiding. three-weeks visit with the junior t TAX SERVICE

CLASSIFIEDRATES LOT 742. UNIT 13, Venice Gar- MOBILE HOME. 45xlo7 2 bed BABY GRAND PIANO good Mn. Jack Long, chairmanof Spenders in Chatham, Monthly/ / Quarterly or
dens, $1,800 net. Owner, 300 rooms. Aluminum. Screened condition, $350. Tel. 488-3233 the rummage, cake and pie Mass. ,
Annual/ Solicit/ ]
N.E. 11th St., Boca Raton. porch on large lot. Venice Municipal 1964 StartENGLEWOOD ., reports sh< has accumulated -0- /ccovnrt *

Phone 393.3764. Trailer Park, Lot 182. TANGELOS, TEMPLES, a large assortment of And about the previously T. R. BROWNTAX
Walter E. Rollins. Grapefruit at Laurel Citrus articles to be disposed of at mentioned fifteenth birthday
Rates both Thursdayand BY OWNER Beach rights: Co-op stand. North U. S. 41 at The Englewood the semi-annual rummage sale, party given for Susan Capasso CONSULTANT
Charge Gulf vie,. Write B. E., Box NEW AND USED TRAILERS Venetian Gardens. Legionnaires will Initiate to be held on Saturday, Jan. at Teen Haven Eighty of her Highway 775 At Ovtrbroot

Monday Editions 746. Venice. 15' to 50', See New Moons. Fla. their 1964 program of activitiesat 18, in the Legion building friends honored her on Dec. 12 Box 735 Englewood!

$1.59 OVKR t ni,nc"KR or RKR i loll Metro Models. H. J. Darlington RCA CONSOLE TV, used one the regular bi-monthly session Chairman Long requests that at a surprise party, given by 474-1720
AIKO VJNIIg: fit C.5555 SITS': Sales Nokomis, Hwy. 41. Ph. month; studio couch, 9x12 of Lemon Bay Post 276, any member or friend of the Jane Tamer Mrs. Arthur Tam ,
OWNER LOU JAfOII ....15" 488.2008. Oriental Rug, swivel rocker, American Legion Monday' desiring to contribute ,
minimum) auxiliary
word
((12 chaJr end
Words such 6e ELK INLET Sea walled private wing mahogany night.A discarded but serviceable articles
Additional boat basins!. E L Kilton, Nursing Home tables. CaU 4881006."MASTERCRAFT" report of the action of the for the sale, that they II WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. I .

Bayshore Drive Nokomis UTILITY annual state conference held contact her at her home (474- RAMBLER DODGE
both Thursday
CASH rtfei. the weekend in Orlando,
BURZENSKI Nursing Home. Camping Trailer ft. past 1911)) or any member of the >I5 S. Tami.ml Trail 488-3965-481-150
and Monday Edition RIVER LOT Venice Good for Reasonable $165. $175 $200 high. Aluminum body."x:3: will be submitted by Senior unit, and a pick-up will be
vacation cottage. Sacrifice monthly. Modern sanitary 488-5437.: Vice Commander Ben Lane, arranged. SPECIALIST IN. .

S1.40 at $1,300. Call 924S484 Sara.. home for the aged 4450 8th who attended the conferenceas Articles desired are clothing Bra lie Repaii Lubricate Chaiiii

iota St.. Sarasota 9553731. I TANGELOS' fresh from trees a delegate from Lemon Bay Front End Alignment Oil; Change
(12( | word mInimum) $4.00 per bushel, delivered. Post. Lane will outline the electrical appliances, costume Front End Overhaul Adjust Haadligfih$ BeerrnElectrical
tools furniture
SOUTH ,
VENICE Jewelry, ,
Wrirdi. each Se 2 prime of the
Additional Call 488-6481. mechanics current vet
Business Personals Wheel .
homesltes1 near beach Low. erans' Information census be- lamps, kitchen utensils, dishes Balancing Rapeirt

Per A.... AH-Taa trpa M rtaiebVrf est prices. Box 800, Rt. 1, 50 USED: TVs. 14" to 27". log; conducted In the Englewood ] books, pictures, etc. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand-

*. Ihera fer ena la. a,,,oh....Ii......af 10 II eenla eenta a Bonita Springs, Fla. TYPEWRITERS Machines and Adding Working order, $2 up $75 area as a phase of the Home made cookies, pies Radio Repairs ard Transmission Repair

"line IIM for ..._ .......,.. thereafter.. Chemically(mechanically cleaned operated up with 1 yr. pix tube and 3 state and nation-wide cam- and cakes will be available for ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
A arrrlra .Ium of IS rout M ) and service SO-SO:
..... !? .. ., the Gondolier P O Houses For Sale like new. Just $12.50 plus pIns mo. parts paign. Lane has been appointed sale. Air-conditioning Repairs and Installation
let U...... In repllal M elaielfltda, if required. All makes. Venice warranty. Alpha Music ? Appliance census director for the Assisting Mrs. Long on the ,

2 NEW HOUSES. Venice East. Stationers 211 W. Venice Ave. Opp. Theatre. Since 1946. area. rummage sale committee are:
ONE EDITION Either Near Golf Course. $2,000 under 4886113.<< Ooen Eves til 10 n.m. 4B8-2B18] Past Commander Don Mrs. Harry Wyatt Mrs. William a '

Thurtday cr Monday p.pw cost. Landscaped. Call 4885262. Weekes, Sr., chairman of the Haste, co-chairman; Mrs. MOVING TO FLORIDA?

For word Be Dressmaking reasonable, alterations 4M-1130, draperies Personal Englewood Boy Scout committee Bert Bryant, Mrs. Don Weekes Lowest Rates Bonded Drivers Modern Equipment

(Minimum r. 12 words) 2 BEDROOMS ete. will report on the progress Sr., Mrs Hilda H Clare, Mrs. Rates 2000 Ib. 4000 Ibt. barweenVanke and
2 baths, completely of the scout program throughthe William F. H. Stroud, Mrs. New
York $19480 $349.60
;ASH DISCOUNT sy. furnished Color TV I
; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. Winter months.LegionnaIre Henry J. Klslhardt Mrs. Clay
also black and white, wall-to- SHEPARD Mondays, S p.m., St. Marks Bill I Schultz, ton Rhodes Mrs Barbara De- Cleveland $19320 $344.40

CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne wall carpet, draperies, Florida Episcopal Church Parish Hall. chairman of the Legion public Garmo, Mrs. Clifford Cain, Chicago $194.80 $349.60

Editicjt, per inch $3.00 room, screened patio central LUMBER CO. Call 488-4784 dance committee will announce Mrs. Earl Wern Mrs Ceorge Serving all northern points and Florida including Fort

Both Edit0ii; | per Inch $3.50All heat and air conditioning. Call 1003 N. Wadiington Blvd.! the arrangements for the second Stewart, Mrs. Norman Coulon. Myers, Punt Gorda, Charlotte Harbor Naples Sarasota,

488-5262. Sarasota Legal I. of the series of Winter Mrs. Weekes and Mrs. Kist- etc. Write for rates and cost estimate from any city to

clantfi.y ads payable In Hove t ruins VENKR HOMFS.: call I dances being conducted by the hardt will be in charge of the any Florida point or CALL COLLECT 488-2591
Let. Talk, It O.... Ja" Tall post. The second dance will be cake sale. TERMINAL VAN LINES
tdvane /cttpt ettabliihedacceuntwf ......
LOU JACOBS ELLIOTT PAUL NOTICS 0' STOCKHOLPIRB'lUTING held on Friday night, January Membership Chairman Mrs. I

telCANCELLATION FOR SALE or LONG TERM for ) Coulon reports that the membership Charven Moving & Storage Agent
Notfea ta liarabr dvaa u.., the ..- 10th.Membership
.
Lease-Corner, I block south ROOF" TRUSSES anal Stoekholfen' M*tln, of ttia Plral Chairman Ben campaign ii progress\ 128 So. Grove St. Venice, Fit.
or of limits U.S. National. Rank of Vanlna for tha cuss Lane reports that an Intensive ing favorably and all p
.Venice city 41. Alum. Windows & Doorj. ieeeAl bo aaM .. Mondar. January urges _ _
ADJUSTMENT CB 2 bath house originally de- Contract & II. 1N4, ta ,lie ...In lobbr' ot the ru.ttAsll.usi membership drive is underway members, who have not already
Requests for cancellation .. signed for conversion and expansion Roofing Painting Bank of Vanira. bwlnnlnc supplemented by a "Mail appeal" done so, arrange for the
Phone 488-2132 Venice I ID a ... for tha p...... of ..100tln.'h. for the legionnaires to
bee. of offices other payment of their dues on Mon.
or adiuttment u is to or Board of PI..."... for IM4. anlanlni
error mult be made (for commercial use. Zoned CI-A. lbs Board of Dlrartara by ona re-enroll for 1904 by sendingin day night's meeting, thereby REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS
mss, and to ....-' ...h oil,. ....1. their dues. Dues may be assisting the committee In attaining .
Thursday Gondolier BEFORE Realtors Business Opportunity, 5a.. ','. ..... &of,... th...
5 on Monday. For Monday Byron Markle Ruth May FIKST NATIONAl BANK or VENICE paid to Lane, Commander EC- its 1964 membershipgoal
pjn. 488-4706 4881833. ViL. Fk.4d... cles, Adjutant Bartholomew with a national and state with
Gondolier BEFORE 5 HOME REPAIR and Furniture I.. M.... I.. 0...... Cliff Hill at the Indiana Avenue citation award for the Unit.
on Thursday. Repair and Refinishing busi Vloa PraildnX and Cuhltr. Delta Station or at the
p.m. OWNER TRANSFERRED. Re. A report will be submittedon
ness. Equipment, machineryand PaKl Daa. II. M. IK1 J.". I. 5. saul COCOPLUMOSAS1.95
PHONE duced $5,000 for quick sale.4yearold post meeting on Monday night the enjoyable annual Yule- -
stock. Sell as one or rep- .
home. January 6th. Unaffiliated veterans tide .
two story party.President
4883125Real Three bedrooms, two full arately. Call 48S-5722 after 6 who served during the Mrs Hilda H

baths. Partially furnished pm. School To Give nations' conflicts are urged to Clare expresses her appreciation and

Many extras. 400 ft. from Golf WANTED INVESTORS up to enroll in the ranks of the to the delegation of the up

and beaches Beautifully land 40000. Guaranteed return on American Legion, the world's ladies who attended the mornIng -

scaped. Central oil heat. capital. Will consider working Aircraft Course largest veterans organization services at the Englewood COLD HARDY

Estate! Screened I7'x34' swimmingpool. investor. Executive type em dedicated to "service to the" Methodist Church last Sunday,

Close to shopping. Would ployment. National specialized community, state and nation. despite the rainy weather.
consider rental. Call Venice printing concern wishes to relocate The Sarasota! Community Eligibility days of service In The second of a series of the FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT

14 UNIT RENTAL property.All 488-3818, or write Box P.C. in Venice area. Write School has finalized plans fora the armed forces are as fol. Legion public dances will be
c<'cup led. Near shopping series of courses for persons lows: April 6. 1917 to Novem.
746, Venice. Box BKW, c/o Venice Gondo- held on Friday, Jan. 10th, and 474-2413 474.3223
i 1,11,,, Culf SID.BOO. Broken pro ller. employed as mechanics in the ber 11, 1918; December 7, 1941to the ladies are urged to assist

tected. Call 4883669. GULF FRONT aviation industry. September 2, 1945; June 25, In promoting the success of

3 Br. 3 Bth. Beautifully fur Wanted An Aircraft Power Plant 1950 to July 27, 1953.WELL'ATTENDED. I I the affair. I -- -- -
: ACRES on Laurel Road. nished. A. Cond. & Heat Sea Help Course developed to extend I

Little Saras wall. 100x500 ft. No city tax. skills and knowledge and prepare :; --- ..-
: tree .-
bign: ( on near Own .
MAID. -
Will 488-4006. EXPERIENCED persons for the Federal CITY CENTER Waterfront Lot
(ia Bay $2000 per acre.
cept offers. Also waterfront VENICE GARDENS. 3 bed. transportation, uniform. Aviation Agency examinationwIll hEW YORK (AP)-The New / IN VENICE GARDCNS"
Daily 9-1. Steady. Reliable. Ph. start Tuesday, Jan. 21. York City Center of Music and
'I i, 100 ft. on Bavhore Road rooms, 2 baths, air conditioned. -
488-2802. Venice Villas. An advisory committee representing Drama has its 20 $3,200Mobile
Little Sarasota Day Sign on No brokers. Can be seen during years _
I I"i Box 869 Call 4886719 the aviation industry of operation racked up an at. -
$7 500 cash. Write by appointment. MANAGER for auto .
OFFICE has worked with the Community total of 16-million '
tendance
j Home
"1' telephone 395.2191, Boca Rai week days, 488-1770 Sat. and dealership. Must be fully familiar School to plan the course spectators.The .

Sunday. with Industry bookkeeping content so that the best possible project founded by May CompUfely FurniiUd6ara9e

BEAUTIFUL SWIMMING Pool procedure. New dealershipin approach to instruction or Fiorello H. LaGuardia, includes ,; Patio & Boat Well

home. 2 bedrooms, den, Florida fast growing area on West. will be used.Classes opera, ballet drama d< Reduced te
OUTSTANDING VALUES room. 21x31 screened patio. Coast of Florida. Starting salary will be held at Sarasota and light opera companies. The .. $6,900

$5,000 reduction on this cor. Furnished if desired. Good finincing 1. and future excellent for High School where shop center is operated ai a private

ner property 2.3 bedrooms. 2 2102 Georgia Ave., En. right person. Send resume and facilities will be utilized as enterprise, pays the city annual Stancik '

baths, 2 carports, furnished glewood Grove City recent photo. U D., Box 746. needed. Text books, visual rent of $1 for the auditorium. GREATEST SELECTIONIM.artiJLT! ;
'
I >me. G.E. built-in kitchen, aids, power plant components ,", 48S-S443 -
Owner trana. I.ARGE NEW 3 bedroom 2 and power plants will be used years experience will be the r

rculating ferred. heat. bath, on corner lot. Gulf WANTED! during instruction period. Instructor. p _____ _____ ____
Coast Blvd. Small down pay- BOOKKEEPERFulloePartThs. Classes will be held each The Airframe Mechanics New Construction:

Waterfront:--seawall, deep ment. Phone 4882307. Tuesday and Thursday from 7 Course will be started later in BUDGET SORRENTO SHORESDOCKAGE

water dockage. Modern 3bed. to 10 p.m. until June 4. Fall 1964 when the Aircraft Power OF HOMES, FOR EVERY ,
UNCLE JOHN NELSON has a
is terminated.
Plant Course
rooms, 2 baths. 2-car garage. nearly new 2 bedroom house. J.H.S. Box 746 Vaniee classes first week are resumed of September.duringthe Cost of these courses at the EVER OFFERED! 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths

Landscaped lot, 3 blocks to Can handle on small down pay and Ed Sarasota Community School Central Heat end
Max; Mims Every.
bank and center. Only
$ shopping ment. Phone 488-2307. SALESMAN for Model Home licensed aircraft and power will be a $3.00 registration fee Air Conditioning
<200 and assume mortgage. WHY NOT SEE ONE
and regular real estate sale plant mechanic with several plus cost of books. Total PrICe $26,900

] Bedroom, Florida room, GOLDEN BEACH near gulf M. B., Box 746, Venice. S..,. II.... W.. 512voafT OF THESE BROKERS H. M. WIMMERS
G.E. built-in kitchen. I taP f'OI\lOIT'01ll' or VFIIIIIIi.NOIIO': 5ONktie
irport, Two bedrooms, two baths HIGHEST AREA PAY for television VIJlIII in. isa "UTili 0' FIIKIDA REALTOR
Nap hospital shopping cen- I Mu- ....._ .. I*. 1MI.
Dar
30 foot Florida room technician. Alpha at tba .1 laat af TODAY .
'I'r. Sell with small or nod I 221 W. Miami Are.
:>wn payment. No closing on 112 ft. corner lot. sic It Appliance, opposite ASSETSCaab 488-5308
1"sts. theatre, 4882618. llel.._ wkk ...h.. banka. and ea.h luma t.u.l..l la ii:::
SIt GULF STREET of aollactloa .. .. ........ '
etaua- Covarnmant obl;; .;'.,'.il-I.j-i.r.i; ;;I.,4 ....:: tmm': HI
Gulf View section of Venice. Female Help Wanted Obllaatlona of II...... and political .sbdtsI.io----------.- _n_.._ 1.10..U. MODEL HOUSE eH.P.HORN
..
... and deWntuna (inolirfln. I nona aeurtl!
bnndi
Othor 110.
Near gulf, bay and shopping Rentals 01 tdaral acanelm and ..rpo..ll... not cuarantard by U.S ) .... In East Venice REALTY
center This lovely 2 bedroom, WAITRESS WANTED. ApplyIn Corporal ilocka |ln.lud.n. I nona ../..k o( todwal Ruso,. Dank) """*
Chef. .rdraful __ ___ IR.5.I1R I7 Nic.1y remodeled 0 I d. ,
2 bath furnished home. Reduced at Venice Loana and dlaeounla <41..ludl.w I440CI nuu
ONE BEDROOM furnished person Bank ..",... awnad U88.R6UI. furnltura and iiluroa 101.17UO 140.447.IICBank 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths City Water hOfTie, 2 bdr., excellent 'rH.
$4,500 on account of death in with Hostess tor ....._ ...od ore .ab.O to I aona liana not _.mod Kitchen Paved Street
f.imily apartment garage. SALESWOMAN Formica 100 I 125 ft. lot. Really a
Adults. Available Jan. 2nd. 401 model homes built by leading Raal aaut by..bonk...od otbar th.. bank p...... .....____..__... 11.'U.1O Carport & Utilit' Centrally-ducted Gas H..t buy!

Nokomis Area.: 3 bedroom, Granada. Hays Watlmgton, Sarasota County builder. Innatinanta p..._and or other othnr........1.. Indlractly.... .______r..II.___. .,.bust_______....... 7.SlU'c. Screened Porch' Prep.ired for Air. good $1 1,750
furnished home. Realtor. License desired but not essen ........* liability, to thli b>nk oaOthar a..piassus. ......ftdln" ----. ccc's Lot 85 I ISO conditioning
unfurnished Corner
Sell or tial. Phone 488-1474 or 488- .._ ..___.-___.. _.--___..____.._________.__. 'O.06UI $750 down
imall or down payment. *
no bedroom
$bJ month or rent yearly. BEACH CO-OP.Seasonal 1 rental. 2528. TOTAL ASSETS ..__________....________.......____..".on..u.41DepMloof Another nice 2 bdr hOlM,
488-2889 apartment.or 4884245. FULL OR PART TIME wait LIABILITIES ---- GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT 100 x 158 ft. lot, 5 yrI. old.

Modern Crete furnished 2 ress. Apply In person at Venice Demand dap*.!* of tadMdmb. p.ds.t'shim, and corporation. ___.5 5.105.145.11 .886413 Only $10.900
bedroom I Vr.NU'lIl'"rl' RNIKHKII Hoes ,. .iduali. ,."'nonhlpo,
home. Us baths, car. Ti and WTlan dapoilla of lndl
.... ., ,. Har. Yacht Club. a __ _._ 4.7U. We have other fine buys on
.ft.hI. II. Opllei .ftd _.....,..... ._ ___ --- -
Pprt, large lot quiet street (all. LOll JAfOBS. 4...IUT untod s.... OI>...-. !tlKaMito( *itaf aa.1...| ._. l25. 51 ..- and 3 bedroom homes alto
2 .
:Near: school, bus, postoffice WOMAN TO TAKE CARE of Depo.lt of Btatal and BolltlnU lubdlvlllon. ..-----.....---..-- lg21.uot.sa"
md stored. transferred. FURNISHED APARTMENT.Season. Convalescent. Part time or Depo.lt.' of bank...-__-._...- 'JJ,S!.2 lots.
Owner _.__ __. .
.. _______
...' ehtoxa, .. _. ?
It i yours for the unpaid balance Living room, bed- full time. Live in or out. Re TOTAL Certified DEPOSITS and .11I. _._____..?._-_____..111.0.0,200. I NTERESTED CALL ANYTIME 488.3785
will rent yearly room, kitchen, bath. Heated. liable. References. Phone 488- .I.) Total denaad depu.lt. .___".._h___1 6.ton,>(>5.>! s U.S. 41! and Alb.e Rd.
Convenient. 428 Palmetto Drive. (1&1) Total ".. and aatlnia depalu. -1 ,. "
Harbor
2315 or 304 Morttate. or oilier ii's,. I ".... oa bank ..... -
Gulf View section of Venice. Court. Ph. 488.5432.ATTRACTIVE .'sde..eus'sth.'stcct------------------------- noaoIMIaoounta Wlmmers-Realtor .
W to 142 cleared 1 and olbar llabllltlea los borroveil monry ..-_-nn noaeiAowunre. H. N.
ft.
frontage, Wanted
ROOM in private Male Help af ttla bank and outatandlni. Homes To Fit YourPOCKETBOOK
for account
lots, 2 blocks to casino, bay or home. Close tn shopping.' Other lUblliUe.aawitad_..kr-.-or---- .______________..___ l5TelL5iTOTAL REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
!
term.recreation center. Cash or Light kitchen privileges. 488- CVP-P-O-R-T-U-N-I-T-Y tailor In alteration LlABILmU ________..--.--..-....-...---: .IDT....... I ACJ.nt for Western Union Tsl.grapkMonday

4412. For experienced men's cAPITAL ACCOINTaCspII&o thrv Frld.y 9 to 6: Saturday Ie I 3 Bedroom In Venice;
PAUL E. NOWLAND ESPLANADE. 2 bed and fitting (.1 CIom.... ....._. I.tl ass 'sal.. 01\.000.00.\ .___7 7tbPws.l $250 Down
100 THE office ... $7,150 -
.
clothing. Apply personnel ) 515.5k.. ...1 p,.. .Iv. 0 I CLOSED SUNDAYS
Registered BrokerPh. room apartment. Beautifully total retlrable sat.1.HIA _.\ 5 .01.000.00
Mass Bros.

488-1231 furnished. By season or year. 5cptas, _(.a.)_Capital_ ____note____,__and_.._iebentuna__._ .__...._\|lnl -_..0.___.2L_ ."',GOO.Of HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN 2 Bedroom W. of Trail
488-5698.. ; ARE YOU LOOKING for a V.dl.ldod profl"n __.__ .__..___._.,...________.____......_. ....no.....' $14,000 6"Down
good part-time or full-time C.n. rod_., _. lor ..54s'sPI1)" -.--.. -
REAL ESTATE I III I I A REAL NICE 4 room apartment income ManyRawlelgh Dealers I .. --.--- 2 Bedroom In Venice
._
__.. a
171..5
Ph. ACCOUNTS -- -
TOTAL CAPITAL -I
or Gardens $9,750
season year.
by and hour. -j -
II If you can't sell It. Trade It. 4884810. Opportunity earn $2 50 now up in par Venice. I TOTAL UABIUTIEa AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....._____...1..0TI.15..1 I LUI'XBAYSHOREESTATES;
you want to move Into a 'I LOTS IN ALL lOCATIONS
FAK
larger CT smaller home, or if LARGE APARTMENT furnished Write Rawlelgh Dept. MEMORANDA tile bath, REASONABLE 1
I Each side consists of 2 bedrooms, dining area,
Tenn .. llabllltl. and for elhaf piirpoaa.laeludln
Memphis
you and air. 563-538 pladtad a l" to Mcura
heat Aaar or
want to change location, Automatic .. aad bill. radUoounUd and .....111. aold hitches with Formica coanters and cabinets, ReMaIn Also Available
-
talk to us about exchanging. conditioner, E Tampa St. Telephone with( aaratnunt* to rapurrha) ...... .....'' '* l.50Ie55 47 light airy shower basis'
W. abora" ara aftar dwluttloa of ;. .-'ti'-; ; rmma of tll,545.54hI : .cr..n.d porch, large utility room with extra ,
toana .Kow.
can take In son,. Iota on : 488-1321. Auto For Sale ( > M CHIPS JOHNSON
the purchase of homes. We also '" ( BoraritMa aa ahowa abora. ar. attar drductloa of s.h..tiosI. anti commode, Frigidaire automatic washer and dryer,

have two homes available CARS! KEY on the Gulf.: 2 .rMrva Charloa. > B af w;;;;;. Vlra-Prraldral-- 4k-i-.h .:-i; ij--j,;;.... bach, 4' ::hrysler Air.T.mp central hilt and air conditioner for each REALTOR S
with no cash If bedroom furnished house. VOLKSWAGEr. 1960, sun roof; ..1"lr ..... 15405 .111. raoort of aondltloi .. 'N. aM a'nsst 10 54.. bl 01 apartment w.ter softener and chlorinator, double concrete
,
necessary. you Venice Ave.pletely .
condition radio .. ael b.i4. 306 Wilt
; lOr'o.led.
perfect Com.
|have any Real Estate prob- Screened porch.488.2151._ $1,275.! Call CorraetAttaitl CHARLRK B. WYNNE: drive and carport, larCJe, beautifully 9roomed lot.
lens. heater, w.w. tire.I I. HOWARI) VAUGHN IU. b. to b. Phone 488.2279appreciated.
ace us be able euenent test. Mud seen
to we msy FOR RENTALS 474-2266 Monday through Fri A. PRAHWELL ( Dlraetora furnished I"
help. Mote1
O. U MAHONIta. J Br.ndt Office Kent
and 474-2216 Saturday and ONLY $29,950.
!o Venice Area day .. ?t.fld.. eou.t" .r Bussa,4... ..I
BYRON M. MARKLE See Sunday. Paws of to al ......."... btssa ... this twanty..avanth day of r>-.... 1HI I FRANK C. RAEBURN 625 So. T.ml1 Trail

RUTH L. MAY CHIPS JOHNSON ... 1 h.s.hP ....lIr th.t iasn.eaufeIcn-fthI. bask.5055Y J..KYLIt, Notal7 FOilsa 251 W V.nice Aye. Phones: 488.1600-488-2649 J Ph, 488-1695 Venice1IRSDAY

"EALTORSFa. : Realtor >a. o. TWTT,E. 2 door. $150. aomailMoa .pla ............ ... 1MT.fabllak '

488.2J7 CaU 488-560. Jaauajy I, 1"10
488-4706 Ph. 488-1833 306 W, Venice Ave.

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THURSDAY, JANIUW: J. 1964
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THE VENICE 1 GONDOLIER: -

PAGE -TOMORROW NIGHTIndians





<
starting lineup has consistedof MrGague 2-1-5; Cahak 1-1.
basketball 27-14-68.
The Venice Indian two seniors, twe sophomores I 3. Totals
team will be out to breaka and a Junior. i Venice 7151010-t/
-.: 'f1d three-game losing streak to Sarasota 14 16 22 16- |
r morrow (Friday) night when Byrd has scored 71 pointsIn Venice Landgraf 2-1-5;
Fort Myers comes here for a four games for a 1average Delvae I; Sikora, 7-3-17;
Early WynnE 3Iyakka Lanes 1 ,' 4? -, non-conference clash. Harrison has a Young, 0; Morgan 2-1-5;
the season's 14.25 average on 57 points 412-20 Harrison, 71.
After winning Byrd. ;
BUIork Insurance D Sherman
': A B Paver Woody 49 points
4 Sikora has
Mooney 22-18-62.
Wolfer's One-Hour Mar over Cardinal 15. Totals,
Drake, Southern Bread, 220- opener Rlvervlrw -
S74; Southern Bread 10t>3; tinning;, 189; Madge Powers, 'ly 4 i the Indians have lost to Charlotte for a 12.25 average Southeast seem Palmetto Tlllett .-.12;
Sound Projects Florida 3037 Duncan Chevrolet, 500 Wol- '. 1, Sarasota and Palmetto.The and of the crop Hill. J-S-9; Palmer, 8-6-22;
Standings: Anchor Oil 41\-18, fers 970-2872( Bowler ot the defeats by Sarasota and to be the cream Sands Conference Curl 7-0-14; Carter, 6-012;;

W aJk r. 38-28. and The Deckhouse week D Sherman 446 wretch Palmetto came In the White in the. .White. Palmetto, Venice i Wright 10.%; Schultz, 0-2-2;
35.28.EdgeVaa. 171 handicap, 617 total Sands Conference holiday capable of Fielding, 1-0-2. Totals, 32-11-
Ondalc Insurance Falstaff Early Birds Art 4t'i tournament last Friday and and Sarasota are 65.

_Neda BatH G Sc G Metal., Russell, 227-624: Madge Pow. a Saturday nights at Riverview.. coming up with .a KM big will oneoccasionally Venice 13 12 10 27-fit
,
206-M9; Buda Barber Shop en 185-54.1. Venice Gas 840 by scores of 68-60 and 75-62, until Palmetto 10 16 25 21-75
1007; Week Machine! Shop Pure Oil 2422. Bowlers of the respectively.In not open Its season rated

:2879 Standings: G It Q Metals week Art Russell and Madge the loss to Sarasota VenIce Tuesday so cannot Rlverview's be Some nine million motor vehicles -
.
+ Week' Machine Shop Powers Standings Pure Oil, field at this time .
1 S2-2J was cold not only on at are licensed !in West
top
40-24( and Clara-N-Jo Apts.38'4.33tt Lend-O-Sun, Jim Wrist's goals but also on foul shots.The Dave Fetsek goes first Germany
Shirts and Slax, 4-4) Indians hit 16 of 39 attempts speed from the time the
Black I..bool- center jump Is held until the
Enle.V.nkMIn4 Fran Carhng's from the free throw
Bullock Bluebirds, 202-478.: I George Leonard 229::!:! : Clay for 41 cent A final busier sounds The
line per
a poor
Jack Bullock, Bluebirds, 189- : Cooper 633: Wolfer's One Hour good show on their foul shots entire Riverview team Is .a
524; Bluebird 798-2233.:! Stand I Martini2ing 961-2685 Bowler of turned defeat Into running club but still doesn t
could have
jugs!:, Bluebird. aOS-31. BIrd. I the week Clay Cooper Standings 0 score much for aU the run
|M 17-1, and Untouchables 1M I We.'s Auto Service 33- I victory.Sarasota led 30-22 at halftime ning Following tomorrow
Masonic Howard 15. The Men Shop and Nokomis ableto night's meeting with
the Indians were
Masons 219: Chuck Berthold'i Pharmacy 27-21 ; play as the Sailors on fairly Fort Myers, the Indians will All NEWDIALCET
.. Craftsmen 564: Senior Citl en R O'Brien, terms during the first 16 be on the road until Jan 14
and 2433 Standings 188 Millie Bean, 184-517 Jean 1iL even though when Palmetto comes here
18...-5'j\ Ruffians 13-11 I, Mast Manzi 508 Wild Cats, 992 minutes converted of play only even six of 19 for a league encounter. Next Ns nodtre way
crt 1212Bill Skunk Hollows. 2902. Bowlersof they week's schedule has Veniceat to Bstht
Phillips lard Bobbie the week Fred Wennch! and .__ foul shots Southeast on Tuesday and

Gnffor, Land-OSun, 19< -513; Millie Bean I VENICE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL'S Varsity schedule. The jayvees start an eightgameschedule 10-Point Quarter across town to meet rival
Royal Copeland Western Auto Busch Bavarian Herman and Junior Varsity basketball teams have on Jan. 14. Li'l Indians identifiable Venice scored but six field KMI on Friday.
207: Al Callahan, Venice Duke and Dr F A Sowm, 224: been practicing during the holidays prepara here reading clockwise from I left, are Mike goals and four charity tossesin Del-
Camera, 543, Land-O-Sun 87V Herman Duke 919, B & B Bar I their 1964 season. The varsity Graft John Rezek Richard Blizzard, Jerry the third period for 10 points I Venice-Landgraf.. ;
Bakery 919267. Bowler of the week. tory to opening vac, 0; Sikora, 4 MO; Young
2418] Standings[ OIM'n's will meet the KM Gibson, Steve Dalton and Morton Chile while the Sailors made 22. In
here ,
shown practice ,
in
50-18.( Helser'i Sinclair Brick Willis Standings Strut- I Freshman five on Jan. 10 to begin a 10-game( (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendorf)) the final quarter, the Indianshit 14-2; Morgan! 2-1-5 5-5-15; Byrd ;...
481.\ -214, Ballard Texaco 40-28 !tv's; Beef Eaters, 44-24. B & B for 18 while Sarasota made 5818; II a rrisOll. .;. ,
AJBC Christmas Tourney: Bar and Carling. Black Label, 16 Green 1; ITebemart,

Seniors J. Marc Power 605: 4228. Alley oddity Shell Patlo KMI/ Basketball Season Set Bruce Byrd was the game's Totals, 17-U-5. J. W. MOOftEPLUMBING

Bonnie Betts 552 Bantam-.J. I and Ponder's Liquors tied high scorer with 18, 'Whilteamm.t Sarasota Blackburn 5-2- CO.
SuZanne Palmer two of the three rolled
Shafer 3o8: games Bob Harrison and
M-I6 Morton
2S5. Servisoft M Bolash" 234; Jim Sikora tallied 15 and 10 12;,Harageones 14-1 FTltchard., ;{-/-12; I Harbor Lights Oif, T". Tf.$
Ace Cheesman.232 Don Dun. ;
Venice Shuffle kle, 222, Ace Cheesman: 601 For Tuesday Opening HereKentucky respectively.Sarasota were Top Manny men Karageones for. Ramsey I; Resh, 1-0-1; PHONE Equipped; 488-aOK cucki

Radford Construction, 1090- with 16 and Jeff Hip- Carey 0-1-1; Hipsori, 7-1-15; .dio ,+ _
3095. Bowler of the week, Ace

Club WinnersGrace I Cheesman. Standings: Radford Military Institutewill ped'nc.his season since junior are up from the Jayvees andHepier son The with Indians IS. outscored Palmetto I --1-:

Williams of Nokomls Construction 4618. West Coast open its basketball season Roy Lagenaur and senior Is a newcomer 13-10 in the first canto, GARRY SALE
and Venice Fire Department 'N \
Redi-Mix CASH
and Fred Thornbury Indiana at home Tuesday against Palmetto Bill Cooke both guards Center candidates are senior but trailed by a 26-25 score at
defeated Herman Braun and I 3628Community in a White Sands Conference are the only returning lettermen John Waller and junior Marty the hclf. Another frigid third
Dick Fox of Venice 78 to 74 Foods Bob contest. Lagenaur was a starter McGowan both of whom saw quarter produced only 10 On Water Conditioner Chemicals I

in the the biweekly Venice pot'luck ShuffleboardClub heldat : Lloyd Ham Twigg 224: Ginny, 580, Madpe Bundy!" Pow.ers 203;. The Kaydets will arrive Sunday last year and Cooke a reserve. limited varsity service last' points for the Indians while the I On Sale Prom Jan. 2 to Jan. 11 Only-

.
Twenty-fnur took part Inthe and Polly Henderson 450. with other members of the forward Candidates year.Other I Tigers poured in 25 points for

tourney First National l Bank, 861-2323 student body and the facultyfor Fighting if out for forward guard candidates are a 51-35 lead. T-2 OXYGEN BLEACH, for
Bowlers of the wet* Lloyd the Find winter here Their t berths will be senior Chris Me- juniors Fred Toncray and Indian Rally SALT ""

MEN'S GOLF Twigg and Donna SpittlerStandings home base is at Lyndon Ky. cray and juniors Ed Ferris, Steve Sharp. Venice started hitting with 100 I8-. Beg $1! me what normal bleachet
of the
The Lake Venice Men' Golf : Don Pullen'. Bar- According to Maj.$ George Henry Tallman and Tim Hep- The Kaydets will get an additional consistency at the outset scored 24 turn elorhes
As will meet Saturday ber Shop 434-20'i Allen's shot in the arm at the fourth period and CHLORINE 85c
n. . .
coach ler brown . .
Bales, Kaydet varsity points in the first six minutes .45c !
morning at 8 a.m for breakfast Nursing Home, 41-23, Gladys beginning of the second semester
a I and Tallman Gal. . . .
preceding a "dog fight I Adkins Beauty Shop 39-25 his team will be short on ex- McCray, Ferns when senior Roger Burnt to narrow the gap to 65-59 But PEFTE-FER for clearing out
at this point, Palmetto took a
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eligible tune out and regrouped its Lb. . . . 80c iron fouled 52 25
forces to hold the Indians to

I $500,000 Florida Fishing Derby Begins Feb. 1 Ii 8-1.Tallman McGowan Waller are is is 6-2 6-3 the, McCray Farris tallest and 6-1 at three hitting additional for 10. points while As Advertiied in GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Soft_n ri MAGAZINE.

Byrd I led Venice again with but the belt when it cottt no more
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anything
and Lambert an even 6 ft. The Why rent or buy
Fishing in Florida will carry mission, said the derby has water tags carry prefix N and or after the 1964 derby will receive rest are 5-10 or shorter, 20 points Others in double figures GUARANTEED
the added lure of cash awardsof been the means of assembling tag number. Salt water tags a nominal $3 paymentfor were Sikora with 17 and
from $25 to $10,000 again in data to help give the state carry prefix number 43 and tag' their research value to the Ten conference and 10 non- Harrison with IS Soft Iron Free Water
1964. I some of the finest fishing op- number state agencies. Conference games will be play. Glenn Palmer was high for
The Joseph Schlitz BrewingCompany portunities in the nation. I Zone 4 Northern Florida: ed by the Kaydets prior to the Palmetto with 22-13 of these 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week
Class AA District Tourney, .
has announced that "Specifically," he added, "it May 1 through Aug, 31 Fresh Feb. 27, 28 and 29 coming in the last quarter after
it will sponsor its $500,000 FlorIda has aided us in properly evaluating water tags carry prefix 0 and Venice threatened to knot RENTAL WITH OPTION TO BUY
Fishing Derby for the other research results It tag number Salt water tags Caps Y. H. Martin U jayvee the count.
fourth consecutive year. As in has added new information in carry prefix number 44 and tag coach and Capt Bob Cain is in Basketball Briefs Lack
previous years the unique and fish management and in the introduction number. charge of the freshman team of adequate height under the Automatic Mirac'' W. Automatic SulpI..r ...
The complete schedule: backboards has eonttiraed to Softennar eqUipment
popular statewide event will be I of experimentalspecies Note' All tags will also bear tw .
built around some 10,000 tagged such as Talapia, a the word "Schlitz" so they Jan. 7-Palmetto; Jan 10- be a contributing factor In remove hardness and naval.gsipmeatliron.
fish, both fresh and saltwater perch imported from Africa. will be readily identifiable Venice; Jan 11-Jesuit there; all three Venice losses. Si AJ low P.
which will offer anglers "In short, the derby helpsus Advanre Of Opening Jan 14 Southeast; Jan. 17- hors Morgan, Landgraf and Aglow $ P. $3 Month
opportunity for cash catches provide more and better Fort Myers; Jan 18 Winter Danny Young have done a 5.Month IS .. .
of
the fish in the
Tagging as
and added fishing fun and fishing in Florida." Haven there; Jan. 21 River- good Job rebounding but
which will give the state important Robert M Ingle, director of zones will begin In advance of view; Jan 24-Sara sot a there; have been handicapped going '
the opening of the derby in SALES SERVICE RENTAL
research. benefits research of the Florida State those baslry "'(Iy.rPpt Jan. 29 Charlotte; Jan 28- ap against taller com petition
Doug
The Schlitz Fishing Derby Board of Conservation, dealing Miller,respective sales manager areas.of the Venice there; Feb. 1 Naples; Byrd hit 12 for 13
again will l run for four monthsin with salt water fishing, said Schlitz company's Dixie Division Feb. 4 Riverview there; from the foul line against WEST COAST WATERCONDITIONING
Feb. 7 Charlotte there Feb. Palmetto and went eight for
;
each of four geographical the program enabled his agen- with '
headquarters in Tam
zones in the state in 1964, opening cy to develop fishing at "near" pa, pointed out that any 1964 t Manatee; Feb 11 Southeast nine against Sarasota : CO.
M Feb 1 in southeast and offshore reefs accessible to tagged fish caught in advanceof there; Feb 14 Fort My Take away third quarter
southwest Florida and winding small boats, to learn more the should be era there, Feb, 15 Jesuit; scoring in the last two games AUTHORIZED MIRACLE WATER DEALER
openings
up in north Florida on Aug. 31\ about migratory fish habits Feb. 18 Sarasota! : Feb 21- and It would have been Sarasota .
brought to the nearest Schlitz I 488-3S87
There will be no major changes and to improve catches from wholesaler immediately, as in i r jpi!THaetMry : Palmetto, there; Feb. 22 over Venice 46-40 and 217 Setboard Ave Venice
from the 1983 event. The derby bridges and piers. 1963. The angler will be informed IJIfII Naples there Feb 27 28 and Venice ever Palmetto, 52-50 I Office in Venice, Sarasota and Bradento

again will be open to Florida The schedule for the 1964 of the tag value and receive' 29 District Tournament. Coach Dirk Brown's --
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r residents and tourists alike Sohlitz fishing derby will be: payment after the derby offICIally -
with no "entrance" requirements Zone Southwest Florida opens in that zone 4aU
except that they follow Feb 1 through May 31. Freshwater
the state's fishing regulations tags carry prefix K and Again in 1964, any tagged it I were armed.
fish from
caught der.
previous
More Then $70,000 tag number Salt water tags
In the 1963 derby, anglers carry prefix number 41 and bies will receive a cash awardof II. low paraoIEeno.
$25 during the period of the
Came up with 1,895 of the tagged tag number competition.. And there againwill Y2 PRICE SALE
fish and received $58,175 Zone 2 Southeast Florida: be some special $500 Conservation 9w will be .
from the brewing company Feb. 1 through May 31 Freshwater Awards set up on
Total cash awards since the tags carry prefix M and earlier tagged fish to stimulate
first derby in 1961 have been In tag number. Salt water tags I Bt A SIft SlIo WIRE
their return for research bene
excess of $200,000 carry prefix number 42 and tag RATIONAL RIFE ASSOCUTml (MORE OR LESS)
As in previous yean, the number. fits.Any
derby will be conducted in cooperation Zone 3 Central Florida: tagged fish from 1961,
with the Florida April 1 through July 31 Fresh 1962 or 1963 brought in before STARTS THURSDAY, JANUARY 2nd
Game and Fresh Water Fish ,

State Commission Board and of Conservation the Florida JIM WRIGHT'S SPECIALTY SHOP

(salt water fish). These two
agencies. will tag the 10,000-odd
fish with all costs defrayedby ,

Schlitz. The species of fish The Public It Cordially Invited To Attend
to bp tagged and the waters in PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE FOR 1964
which they are released are selected
by the two state agencies THE FIFTH ANNUALEXHIBITION
to best aerVe their research REMINDER JUST 311 MORE SHOPPING DAYS


r Each purposes of the tags are numbered OF ART Ad Bermuda and ONE SHIRT TABLE

and each number has a Vi PRICE $1.99 1
t corresponding cash value, assigned showing the works of members of Walk Shorts .........._. Reg. Values to $4.95_

in an impartial drawing
before the opening of the der VENICE-NOKOMIS ART ASSOCIATION ONE SHIRT TABLE
by. The individual tag valuesare

$25, $50, $100 $1000, or JAN. 6th thru JAN. 17th Large; Group y2 PRICE Reg Value to $5.95 .......... $2.99
$10,000 One $10,000 fish is released Slax ............................
in each of the four

tones A Reception Will Be Held ONE SHIRT TABLE QO
fish Is caught 1'3
When a tagged
during the derby period, the MONDAY JANUARY 6 at 7 to 9 p.m.in One Stack of Slax( Reg Value to $6.95 .......... ) / /
angler must bring it to a $6 00
Schlitz wholesaler with tag intact the bank lobby Reg. Values to $14.95 ...-. ONE SHIRT TABLE
The wholesaler will learn

the Schlitz tag value Milwaukee of the headquarters fish from winners of cash awards will be announced (free cuff alteration*) Reg. Value to $8.95 ......._ $4.99

and will see that pertinent
information on the tagged fish sponsored by '

is given to the proper authorities STORE WIDE SALENEW
for their studies on fish

growth, migration habitat and dllSw
-w
other factors vital to improv- IIItS1 ,W NAMl Tl T H.Sr ,,, tlMCt SHIPMENT OF LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS
ing fishing a. a sport and industry '

Fish Culture FIRST nfTIonfL' BflnH OF UEHICE SOX BELTS UNDERWEAR ................................._...... 20% OFF

Florida state officials con a I All of this merchandiie if under
6 montht to huge shipment
of
X DU merchandise nd
VINICI new
cerned with fishing and conservation 4 WM- FLOMDA s 5Z spring, an all out effort to acquaint new arreals with neverseason I
have called the program T /a'lydi S\ our new tore, we offer unheard of _
_j- +! \ slashing of price on all new IIerch.ndie.NAME .
a significant contribu 74 row HQui-owHtr* IAMB ***'
tion to the advancement of fish H. sI fj
culture and development of ..

Florida recreation I BRANDS TOP QUALITY

John Division W, Woods Florida, chief\ ,Game Fisheries 121 W. Venice Ave. Plenty of Parking Space Store Hours: 8:30.5:30

and Fresh Water Fish Consj .- --.. ..... ,
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