Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: December 10, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00258
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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Versatile Poles Long On Talent, Short -On- English I I i I


A group of 28 Polish circus I and 18 animal Cent was proficient in Polish, were corresponding back and Sire clothe and others In ordinary \''

performers, who don't speaka When Rhodin explainednone Valdo spoke up with a laugh, forth. street drew, As Mrs.
word of English, hit town i I of the performers could "I sure could have used her The Poles were seated in Cell began to chat with them,
this week and found there i I ipeak English and that Mrs. several months ago when we the bleachers some in prac- she was overwhelmed with
isn't much Polish spoken friendly greetings Someoneran I
LL '-f: LL 'LL -L
JE ,, ... ,,
around these parts "" 'I to get the director of the t

A GONDOLIER reporter troup, Zygmunt Zaklewicz. I
assigned to get an Interview Venice Wita Artistow Z PolskiA and the interview began la

sent out an SOS and before earnest with everyone talking

you could say "help" in English at onceZaJciewlcz. .
welcome on behalf of mala chwlle. Poland trapeze and other
Polish, Councilwoman first said the"boys
or Venice was written to the Jedna Pan Polska Jest artists who will be
Blanche Cell came to the and girls' looked so
recently-arrived ,Polish clr- bardio wesola se JeJ dile- amongst us for six weeks. because
rescue pale most of them
cue performer by Mrs. cko nrodil ate w Amerlce, The Ladles are beautiful, had been
P on the boat
.1.1M Happy smiles and shouts of Ann Sikora of 1216 Pine I kto wle noose nawet w the gentlemen Intelligentand from Poland
trip to Canada.
4 Joy greeted Mrs. Cell!, herself land Are, who speaks and Venice. polite. The town .' They flew from Canada to

Y she of began Polish talking descent away when in writes Polish It read Nlech Mayor Brohard Venice Is very happy to Tampa and then came by bus

f y 'yY their native tongue to the VENICE WITA ARTISTOW Smyth D. I cale mlasto have such guests even for to Venice. He said it was cold

new arrivals from behind the Z POLSKI Venice bedile plerwsie! such a abort time. and "snow up to your knees"

Iron Curtain making their Jak to milo slyszec Pol. warn wsyiystklm tyciee.Wesolych One lady Is very happy In Canada and that they were
first American appearance aka mowe. Rlngllng Circus Swlat BoiefONarodzenla because her child will be all so glad to be in Florida

with Ringllng: Bros Barnum sprowadzlo i Polski 39 I born In America. Who where it is so much warmer.

;' & Bailey Combined Shows. Artlstow traplzowich ktorsy Siciesllweio Nowego Roku knows, It may be here In The director explained thia

i0 I a Rhodln In Charge beda pomledty namy 1965 Venice was a very young group
rB Performance Director Pat pries Ileac tjgodnl. Hobtetkl Translation: May Mayer Smyth D. ranging in age from 19 to 30.

d j Valdo Introduced Mrs Celli sa plekne Jak to Pol- Venice Welcomes Artists Brohard and the whole One of the older members of

first to Trolle Rhodin of Sweeten klsa; a meszciynl Intelle- From Poland town of Venice be the first the troupe Is billed as "an

who arranged for the ap. refine I bardzo griessne.Mlasto Bow pleasant It Is to to wish you all a Merry eccentric comic juggler" who
pearance of the troupe, which Venice clesiy ale f e hear a Polish voice RID,. Christmas and a happy
includes in all 39 performers ma taktch goscl choclai n* line Circus brought from 1965. (Continued on page 2))


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CTICE FOR BIG SHOW-Under the of their fellow countrymen from Poland look.

ful eye of their director Zygmunt ing on are Barbara Pawelec (left) and, with

J9wtt, Haline Wnetmta and her partner a quizzical expression on her face, Liliana

Ltliw MajewiM go through one of the K.ler (right). An appropriate background Serving Florida's Coed* Osprey, Laurel Nokomis, Venice, South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice Eaif, Engl wood l, Norm Port Charlotte
fnti (they'll be presenting with Ringling It the circus trailer featuring the legend

hmum & Bailey Combined Shows. Two 'Greatest Show on Earth. VOL 20, NO. 97 16 PAGES VENICE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS

nandff I RE-REGISTRATION Council NECESSARY Okays Union, Mortgage Firm BuyMajor

the ..

Absentee Ballot Interest In V.N Bank

rail;I All city voter will have to there will be two sets of voter -

re-register and for the first I registration books. One will

time will be able to use ab- remain in city hall and the

sentee ballots under two ordinances other may be taken to the
J PEACHIE EDGE passed on first reading I election site The system will
official Toy House e at City Council meeting I be permanent in that the J. Howard Vaughn, president made at a special meeting of Amalgamated Transit Un rations with the International tonal secretary. Elliott maintains
Unas for ail Tuesday night.Ordinance same system will be followed of the Venice-Nokomis the bank's directors and it fol. ion was founded by William officers to Interest them In a residence in Holly
Party '
gslera in the area U no 379 will amend year after year. However, the Bank announced yesterdaythat lowed a long series of negotiations Daniel Mahon, father of O. L. ;making: substantial invest I ot Fla,, and is one of only f
You'll remember afteryears thftj ty_election laws to provide rolls will.still be purged of' l controlling interest In extending over several Mahon long-time Venice resident ments in the area as the Bro States citizens to
de- for a permanent voter voters who have not voted In the bank has been bought by months. and member of the therhood of Locomotive Engineers be a member of the board ofdirectors
event it was registration system and the two consecutive elections. the Amalgated Transit Union, Vaughn said the substantial bank board of directors The had done in the found of the International ,

the affair had outn present voter lists will be I, The reglstralon books will In association with the Investment by this international elder Mahon was for 53 years ing of the City of Venice. Transport Workers Federation

its original purposeany voided. Ordinance 380 provides be on the effective date Crockett Mortgage Co. of organization in the Ven the International President of Headquarters offices of the Mischo, a native of Md.
other activities had ballots open and remain Pennsylvania and Florida, ice area continues the tradition the Amalgamated Transit Un Amalgamated Transit Unionare waukee, Wis., has been the)
for absentee of the ordinance
arranged for children, members of an international first established when ion, which O I.. Mahon him- in Washington D. C, International secretary-treas
similar to those used in city until 10 days a
I its place open election. organization with widely diversified Venice was founded by the International self served for 37 years as where John M. Elliott serves urer since 1946 having been
wever, Toy House is still and state special or general financial interests Brotherhood of Locomotive comptroller Mahon some as international presidentand previously an international
D additional
strong, in a differentJ. Venice Mayor Smyth There will be two ordinances Vaughn's statement was Engineers. months ago Initiated conver O J. Mischo as intern at- vice-president and editor of
that the the
Brohard out readings before
Leighton (Count)) pointed the International Union twopublications
city is growing and declaredthe can take effect. .
?well all, organizer these and primer I new system, la badly needed I Council held two public BIG TRANSFORMER WILL DOUBLE ELECTRIC OUTPUT Joined By Crockett

many years Plans have been underway hearings before the regular Joining with the Amalgamated .
us a Toy House partybe
for several months but : session: an application for a I Transit Union in this
held the Loveland
at I action was delayed until after liquor license for on-premises area investment is the Crock-

pi'uesday.for Retarded of next Children week atm ; the hard recent said city that elections numbers Bro-of I amt consumption Memorial: Post for the No.Taml-8218, More Power For VeniceElectric ett Mortgage and ,Florida Co of Presidentis Pennsylvania f

Santa Claus and a people have approached him I Veterans of Foreign Wars at David Crockett chairmanof
ngent of clowns will be located
ballot their new post ,
on the absentee question The First National Bank of
and and there will be a all with valid complaintsof I at 838-844 East Venice Avenue power output of Bonita Springs, Fla., who resides

rated tree, The young. being unable to vote If ill and a second on a request Florida Power & Light Venice in Villanova Pa William .
i will be gifts Esther Rieger and Cecil
presented or out of town. from I substation will soon be Leonard of Cherry Hill.
'ded by wives of memof I (Continued on page t)
Under the new system, N, J, is vice-president of the
doubled with the installationof
the Gourmet Club X700' firm, and its treasurer is William t f
other worthwhile activitye a new quarter-million dollar Crockett of Narbeth,

Toy House group will 100,000 KVA transformer Pa., chairman of the board of

he presentation of new Asks Pier The gigantic high-voltage the First National Bank of

stmas wearing apparel transformer arrived at the Cape Cod Mass., and a director
he of the First National
children who are
ed In foster homes around Center Road siding of the e "4'e Bank of Bonita SpringsJohn \

South County area Count Seaboard Air Line railroad p Raney of Fort Myers,

d us to express his thanks this week aboard a specially s Fla, manages the firm's I

11 1 the individuals and orations Erosion Study constructed heavy duty flat- Florida investments and was I
one of the organizers and J
these two
presently a member of the i
avors possible car.Special unloading crews board of directors of the First I .

that -the 0II' -holidays are Results of a study on County fish- formal"outside the as city persons should residing be included ] were due in Venice Wednesday (Continued on page 2)) t'

ing near, it Is especially Ing piers by the South in it. to begin the Job of dismounting

lenmg to hear of young'e Committee of 100 was to Venice presented Fishing pier Information re. the huge 137-ton us it4 r
Joining together to aid Tuesday Council.night layed to council included results piece of equipment and truckIng : % ,t UF Big Push

less fortunate. Students City of a state-wide study Instigated It to the Venice By.Way
''n. Marlon Chable' sec- The committee also urged by the Committee of substation site t44 "y1I' + I
year stenographic class council to appoint a commit. 100 and conducted by the Nearly as large as a house, Set SundayThe ,
enlch High School have tee for the study of beach era Florida Development Com the big Westinghouse transformer ,
line with the 15 a Y
all sion problems measures
the typing and stuff mission which sent questionnaires
of letters for the annual upcoming Feb. 9 referendumto Venice prepared by the com feet high by 21 feet in length United Fund drive in

itmaa appeal of the Sal.on decide whether a will be mittee to the management of The special flatcar Is which the South County will wind up
District brought it to Venice constructed
Army, E. Walter Half, Area Erosion 24 fishing piers throughout of three-Inch boiler Sunday with an intensive ) ,.
rman of the advisory created. the state three hour house-to-hou .:
with the
d 1 of the Venice Service Council authorized Mayor The study revealed that the plate welded to the bed and braced I canvass by members of civic
Brohard to namean
told us that 500 letters Smyth D. financially successful organizations.
committeeand most with steel truss rods _
e to erosion study in the state strong \ Collections to date stand at
mailed yesterday pier operations rat .u a :
The transformer l
Into possi new
look .
eeds wll be used solely agreed municipallyownedfishing to are those In which public ed at 100,000 kilovolt amperes about 75 per cent of the $24,

purchaae dinners for the bility of a piers have their concessions will replace a 50,000 KVA _ _ 001 goal, Campaign Chairman
1 pier. ; William C. Payne reported
rvlni on the 25th. resolutionon leased to private enterprisesSanta unit Installed Just two years I '

other croup of young proal The committee's erosion, called for ago The big new unit holds : yesterday.Payne issued an appeal forvolunteers .
VHS who should be' beach and re nearly 9.900 gallons of oil and '
investigate to help I with Sun.lay's
mended members of a group 274,000 pounds
are weighs
various aspectsof final drive Interested
National Honor Society port the on proposed the district priorto ComingVia Said Joseph. A. Ryan, FPL's persons are asked to meet at2pm
onsible for flood Venice district mana.r."The ,
in the parking lot of
t. around the newly fined the referendum. continuing upward demand I. ,
public generally is in HelicopterSanta the First National Bank of
flag pole at the ath- The attractive and for electric power in 14er Venice
favor of broad, has made it
field the Venice area
It was certainly safe beaches, and they are also Claus who came to to install this new t Drives have been completed '
'ring last night and necessary
Friday Harold Seall in
much concerned by Mrs 1'1
fire truck,
very town earlier on a transformer at '
n high-voltage
field lights wereed need more Information on the 'Venice East, Mrs Margaret n (
off and the flag: pole methods and the returns today a different way the Venice substation Busbey in Venice Gardens I
Inated for the opening procedure ultimate cost to all parties of via Rudolph the Red-nosed "It will provide adequateelectric and Claude Kean In North j
for I
(Continued t> accordingto power Port Charlotte.
on pi ge accomplishing this, Helicopter ,
numbers of homes t
of 100. It Captains in Sunday's drive 1J'1 t.
the Committee Old Kris Krlnkle is due in and manufacturers In ',
to be will Include Mrs. Warren i I
that there ;1
WeatherHigh a added wide variation in methods, from the North Pole at 4 p.m. the said area will he added.move the Ryan new Spurge, Casey Key; Robert f
Venice Shopping Center, South Venice +
structures and proceduresused at transformer to its location in McNamara ; y
Low Rain for controlling erosion bringing candy for the kids the Venice substation where gf Earle Swift, upper section of

J c.; 2 73 46 00 and rebuilding beaches and Hell be there from S to 7 It will be connected to a 138,- Venice lying west of the Trail
C. 3 82 .00 there Is also the same variation 000 volt line. the Florida Power & Light and W. A. and north of Venice Avenue; n' it
; 82 Monday through Saturday supply MIGHTY MONSTER-Dwarfed by gigantic ,
and maintenance p.m. Mrs H. H. (Pete) Brltton
C.C.4 '82 69 00 in costs original between various "We are glad to have this new quarter-million dollar !100000 Jr.. Venice district supervisor. The St..I"1 south of Venice Avenue; Mrs '

C. 6 5 78 58 70 .00 38 methods On his previous trip he rode ice additional and believe equipment It will in help Ven to I KVA transformer lOon to be Mailed at the ice are FPL officials Impact the huge John Gelgley east of the '(
C. 7 69 42 00 Mayor Smyth D Brohard a, flretruck Into Rialto Shopping supply our electric demandsfor Venice substation are two tl>.footer, Joseph former aboard Its special flatcar at the Center Trail; and Hilton J. Rldlon.Nokoenis .

C. I 70 81 .00 pointed out that the committee be "in I Center. the future," Ryan aaid A. Ryan (l.fti) Venice dutris! manager of riiltosd. aiding. Laurel and Osprey 1 J Ji

IAIN FOR MONTH M would necessity I

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Okays Absentee Ballot Versatile Polos Long On r Obituaries I TIDES

Talent Short On EnglishContinued Gulf Drive Venice. Overton : High
(Continued.. from page 1) derson explained that the meeting, a member of the Monroe Babe Ballard, '4. WM thrown from the oar Thursday to...
Baxter to Lots 6, 7. 8, fence would be ..evenfeat audience stated that the Venice of 680 Yale St., Enlewood.died when it hit and, the vehicle I 2:3411II11:01: :
i. 8 and 10, Block 104A !in. the high with barbed wire across ) Art Studio north of the ( from page 1) can trends One of the younger Friday in a Sarasota continued out of control, making ; friday 6r4P11111:
Venezia Park section from the top and would have two city beach, was "a disgrace girls, tiny Uliana Keler nursing home. four complete turns before 3:45111\: \ lit'
dresses like
three-foot wide gates. There and Venice Police Chief John a clown.A who has been performing Man 6:4Z:
Residential '
Residential 1 p l1\\
_I in tree
'I t 3. There were no protests on will be a total of 122 feet of Shockey said, he would notifythe number of the perform. acrobat for two years, Mr. Ballard was bora stopping against a Saturday 6IZ: "'
either fencing involved: owner to clean it up. ers will take the spotlight a. said "we work to dress." Myakka City Florida and on the east shoulder of the 11112:1\ : \
petition. acrobats while others Englewood 20 road. : PIlI
In other business, council are is at the had moved to Sunday 6:42: 12:11:
: The staying
Council approved expenditures croup to hospital :
dancer. and some work with years ago from Punta Gorda. He was taken the "" 1:4)7:37P111
Approved a request of the 40 Winks Motel and all ex.. : )
j of $1,000 for construction animals, including horses, He was a retired commercial where be died three :
i' of roof the clear city water board that John bears pressed a desire to get to the 1:11:
over lions of
I a and tigers. fisherman. hours later internal injur STUMP
I well at the city water plant Sobosky superintendent of on and off They had not :yet begun beach and swim. They seemed Include his wid ies. Nolder said Updike received PASS TIDes
two In Survivors
be interested
the water works given
and $2.500 for a fence around actual rehearsals primarily the head High
I as they a bump on t.o...
weeks in lieu of vacationas getting to know "..verythlngAmerican" Mrs. Maggie Mae Ballard Thursday
,I .'I the water plant. pay the trail were waiting for other memo daughten. but did not require hospital 3:3hl1\: \ lit:
!: -
construction underway prevents and one word Englewood two
: Also approved was the erection ben to arrive. None of the :
.I : 'I of a fence around the rotating his taking time off. performers are related and which seems about the same Mrs. Virginia Hartt treatment. Friday 58:\ lit!
I. ,q .1 I light beacon and transmitter Approved Christmas gifts to (Continued.. from page 1) all of them left their families in all countries is "televis Port Charlotte and Mn. Hilda Overton' : \ 12:21:
at the municipal airport city employee, the same as ceremonies. May. we aim note behind Poland. Thus they ion." Norris, Arcadia; four brothers Saturday 7:44P111: _
''t I at a cost not to exceed last year. how reassuring it was to see would not discuss conditionsIn Director Zaklewlcs said Alfred Ballard, Charlotte loss and Updike's was damaged 6:141111:01: \ : ,
$475. Councilman Ralph A t. At the conclusion of the a Venice physician on the that country.To they were impressed seeing Harbor; Fred Ballard, 1900. Assisting" Nolder 8:11:1 1 |)l11:11\ I:|(
sidelines. Like the ambulance Go Shopping the citrus fruit growing along Sarasota; Ira Ballard Wau- was Florida Highway Patrol Sunday 7:44: 111\, Za|!,
""I :I II ; 2-The GONDOLIER Venice Fla. Then, Dee. 10. 1964 always present for games, Monday was only their the road on their bus trip chula, and Vennie Ballard, Corporal H. D. Lee. -12Mj: \ %1 1
4 we hope they'll never be third day in Venice and some from Tampa and were lookIng North Carolina) two sisters, Overton, a retired farmer, 1
"I : I needed. But Its good to have of the young women said they forward to feasting on Mrs. C. O. Meekle Bawls, was spending his third winterin | FOR LEASE 0 tj
: ; 'em there. were anxious to begin shopping Florida oranges Punta Gorda and Mrs. Florence Palmetto. He was from
\ : They said that the I The performers said they: Taylor Myakka City Ludington, Mich. I SORRENTO SHORES
; / ,, , -o- clothes here and in their native were anticipating a gala and one grandchild.Funeral Rawles Funeral Home is In Completely Fumilhtd,
:fl '; A first for EntewoodlShortwav. !I land seem about the Christmas celebration, all together services were held charge of arrangements and 2 BR Home
., no less. Parsons same and their hair styles, and complete with a Sunday. at 4 p.m. at the said that services and interment | )$125|2 !lot,
I Interested in results of big tree. They also plan. | Mrs.. G. Ransom
I the hair color and make-up were are Rawles Funeral Home Chapelin will be In Michigan. 481.17;
j ; :, \; 'r. the turkey shoot sponsored by right in keeping with Ameri- sing to attend the EpiphanyCatholic Englewod. The Rev James --.....
: I ; set the Englewood Volunteer Fir Church In Venice, C. Manning pastor of the En.: :::;
Department last Sunday had as most are of that faith. glewood Church of God, off '
t"j only: to turn on WEND for up They said they had met lated and Interment followed gcvJCIf dune aQ 1JJoma
i to the minute news Roger MortgageFirm quite a few Polish speaking In the Lemon Bay Cemetery.
# 22J W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICEPrearranging Mashke was manning the people in Canada and wouldbe
; I short wave unit to relay the glad to talk with anyone 26'No''' Ave, Venice
word from the Indiana Ave here who speaks Polish.
I: 'f.t't : nue site of the turkey ahoot Union During the week, the perFormers I CHARLES OVERTON - -

i ;t ; Ci\ Plan In Advance to the new station. a were Venice delighted departmentstore to discover Charles Overton, 72, a win. I' ; .
ter resident of Palmetto, diedin
I ,rt -.
which has two
the Venice Memorial Hospital -
,!, "; :: ; the funeral service at Court Assesses Buys BankContinued who Director speak Zaklewlcz the language.said the Sunday of Injuries In received 24 Hour Ambulance Service hone 488.229|
earlier that day a
\ Funeral Home It thoughtful and troupe: would be in the Unit.
\ .. Revise a ( from page 1)) two-car accident S 2 miles ATTITUDE
I:' ''II considerate step, for It permits your fever Beer Case Fine ed States for one year and north of Venice on the Tarn-
j National Bank of Bonita then return to Poland. He expressed Smile and the world smiles with cry and
I l W ily to follow your wider. when" completing Springs. the hope that they lams,Trail. alone. The Bible teaches that tendencies you and you tn)
f iOll
Mn. Judy: Cell!, year-old would be asked back to this According to State Trooper
arrangements Venice divorcee paid a $200 Knowing of the Interest of country. Don Holder, Overton pulled can always be changed by a change inside file hum,
rI; ; fine' in Sarasota County Tuesday the Crockett Mortgage Co in Director Zaklewlcz Is truly from the eat shoulder of the heart. "Whatsoever things are true, whatsover !rhmgi,
I ; on a charge growing out the West Coast of Florida, the a "gentleman of the old road Into the path of a north. honest, whatsoever things are |lust, whatsoever "Himgi' ,,
of a teenage beer party the Amalgamated Transit Union ichool" He bowed and kissed bound car driven by Charles pure, whatsoever" things are lovely, whatsoever !tiling.
: ..J night of Aug. IS on Casper. baring ought to a substantial interest them tfrs. Celli hand when they of good report; If there be any virtue, and If hank"'

i sen Beach. ment in the Venice area were Introduced. He also ALLENConvalescent Iny praise, think on these things". (Phil 4:8))
,! ,, I Mrs. Cell! was named in Vaughn aaid He added that passed out Polish cigarettes,
: Iii! two warrants charging con. II a result of O. L. Mahon's which were found to be and Our Services Art Available/ / To All Regard/
:; rlbutlng to the delinquencyof suggestions, both firms made much stronger than Ameri Home of' Financial Cfrcvmifoncei

a minor.. Judge John T. careful inquiries and deter. can.At the conclusion of the inerview Nursing ..-.... t. Indluii u* FlorIda
Graham dismissed one of the mined that the area was of 24 Hour Hurting Service
there much In Funeral Business Since 1932
charges and reduced the oth efficient stability and future was Phone Venice 481-2702
er to one of permitting a minor bowing and fond "dowjedzen- Two Funeral
Licensed Directors
AVENUE ENGLEWOOD promise as to merit the confidence lit PONCE OS LEON AVI
to have alcoholic bever such an Investment ja" which means goodbye
,i' j" A'.alfPtllaaorlOFInE ages. would Involve. Vaughn said
that the officers of both firms
6 4J!> I Bausaar conceived of their interest ssong
r , awes 0. k.lada CARD or.h.TR4lKI..... to .u ... -term investments in the
'" .... .. .,..... NEW from
a/.d.d b sad future growth of the Venice
.. ... ..,.... ...
h.l. am Per
FUNERAL HOME ...11'.1 ..r.IM ,......1 ..,...... ere..
... .... she/vow. .. m <....1'!
traMll.TB New Directors

1 FUTCB,,, FAMILY. Elliott, Mischo, Leonard,
-- ---- --- -
t: \ : .. X: ;. .;; '::1'" "!l"f "W'r't'' ' ; '1''l'l: :'''o/l/ : William Crockett, and Raney 80CKWlll PORnR.CABll
were all\ elected to the local
ank's> board of directors, re-
'1- I placing Berl T. Camp, J.
,1 L. Ewell, Dr. I. Kunstantinu

/ L.Dr tendered Lamar Prince:yesterday's resignations Matthews all meeting of whom effective and 1! illSHOCKPROOFConslructed$ H. TDUGHISJ P.' TOOlSl!

; : Vaughn announced all of

I H.L 1 ,I'f'' the local members presently of mm. BREAK PROOF- He. FAILURE PROOF-HIg
serving on the bank's board
: of directors; will I remain They conductive CYCOLAC=double Insulated CYCOLAC tool housings temperature insulated
I Ij are Robert S. Baynard, who against electrical shock to conform with guaranteed against motors will not burn out
GIVE k also remains as chairman of all Electrical Safety Codes. breakage-forever!! from overload.
: ) the board; Attorney M. A.
A Braswell; Jay H. Lumlev
It president of the James T.
Blalock Agency; O L. Ma-
hon Richard J. O'Shaughnes. t
sy owner of the Gulf Garden
Center: ; Frank C. Raeburn II
longtime area realtor; J.
; Howard Vaughn, who also remains
GIFT as president; George
H. Wheeler Jr, owner of the ,
H Warm Mineral Springs Inn;

THAT and remains Charles as the B. Wynne bank', vice-who '//'DRILL'/ 1 ONLY

president and cashier and $
secretary to the board of diectors Drills holes in plaster,wood, metal ,19 9
No changes are contemplated or plastic. Can be used as j 1 i : In the office or buffer, polisher or grinder. New
I staff personnel of the bank molded handle design for com
I your "
: .
Vaughn added.Announcement
GROWS fort makes drill like a part of your / DRILL

made by Vaughn of was the also an. ; fi hand MODEL 80 A more powerful drip with bit

; nual stockholders meeting on 2.3 Amp (JU HP) Motor chuck capacity for the man "Mho"
Thursday, January ,14, which ONLY JBO RPM has bigger Jobs,to do. As veisatfli
will open be house combined and reception with an as a %' drill, this tool has Increased

j iI commemorating the bank's 14 power, with a side handle
40th anniversary year and for greater control
: giving the area public an opportunity MODEL 55
: ; t A SARASOTA FEDERAL to meet the new dl. 2.7 Amp (34 HP) Moftr
8I rectors. 1000 RPM __
; Officers of the Amalgamat- : ,
I .! INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT ed Transit Union and the t f64t DRILL KITS. IncluclSI 4t' 011 96' dill stand wheel aloofpllahM
i J Crockett Mortgage Company ,pad, bKll-tp pad, wire brush grinding wheel,6 III1dinI
expressed great confidence in w' k discs paint miser and 3 drill bits-elfin handy eerrylM' case

: 1 the continued rapid development 0 34* MOIL BOK ... ............ .. .... $24..
\ 'I I A Here's a temible end eiy answer to many a Christ. of the Venice area. *a %. MODEL S5X. ................... . $29.95)
I Iif: met shopping problem! Give alwsvt-welcome Sore,. Vaughn said that the vast

r .t\ I ta Federal savings accounts, which may be opened resources of to these be companieswill
prove a consider-
I : '' with any amount, !Urge or smell.
I I f.W\ able asset to the area as the
; : ( investment of the Brotherhood
.1 I, !
of Locomotive Engineers
II I I .!I 1 Such accounts ere worth-while gift for children, had;proved to be In JIG SAW ONLY
t i I' I husbands, wives or other relative, employee, newly earlier days.
ti 'I I ; i j. weds, new babies;. and so forth. Many times, even the Does everything from straight line a
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)d I -CommunitySponsoredNPC Unveils Nativity. Scene I A Good OL' FashionedGIFfO.RAMA '

,I NORTH_ A PORT crowd CHAR. Mary Joseph, the Infant .Je--the Three WM Men cut-
iffTIE of more sus &end the three are cam wrapped In swaddling
0 the unveil .The King outs. clothe while in this day mo.tpeop1e
I I thand3t N unity Seen Sun. and the paplw mache figures Principal speaker for the look for a Christmas I
,I day afternoon at th*north eo- resident setting of the were mad by ceremonies was the Rev. AlvaA. gift wrapped in tinsel. ;
'J trance to this community. and sponsored by community the North Soldner pastor of the Another highlight of the
North Port Charlotte
The Ken hu been built on Port Charlotte Civic Assn. Trinity program was a holiday read
a grassy plot and Is declined More than 260 man hour Methodist Church who titled ing "Christmas Spirit"Mr. by
11 with the traditional open ataye went Into creating the figures his aermonett "Let's Put *. Dorothy Schueler.
\ > surrounded by teuonalfreens. and plan call for more fig Christ Back in Christmas." The invocation\ wa presented
! Then ar larger than urea to''be constructed each He reminded his audience by Father Robert W. Turner -
1 jit, papier macho figures of i year. The farm vicar of St. Nathaniel .... .'
animals and that the first Christmas gift Episcopal Church of North '. ": .: -. ... -

dd d Port ceremonies Charlotte.was Claude Master Keen of, rT. :11ii
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JI II I By Gardens AILEEN OERDTS, NewsBy of the the Included civic board association.Carl of: Meyer directors Speakers president of- :

i of the civic association,
Ladle Bridge Group Shamrock Blvd. Is in Venice couples from Maryland joined and Bill Nielsen community
el the Recreation Center are Hospital He is reported to them. relation representative foe
f honoring Mite Hulda Lothmanon be in satisfactory condition. General Development Corp.
J Thuraday. Hulda will beD HIs friends herein the Gardens .0- There were a number of
year young and a most wish him well and a May this reporter add a special musical selection Including -
formidable bridge player. speedy recovery. personal note There are "We Three Kings"
Congratulations Hulda I IMr ...0- many parties held here in the with solos by William Pick- Litecn EeF
-. Mrs Donald Stevenson of Gardens that we are not permitted ens, Sam Matthews and
*. Phyllis Warren of 353 329 Shamrock Blvd. and her to report. Hostessesare Franklyn Wagner "Away ina
Shamrock Blvd. return today granddaughter Donna are afraid that someone's Manger" wa sung by a
after a two week vaca- planning to visit relatives at feelings will be hurt because quaret composed of Mr.' and I\t I VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE.
tion at Charleston W. Va., Sea Island Georgia for the they were not included. We Mrs George Woods Mrs. Is 11
where she visited relatives holidays are all adults and know thatIn abell Orr and Matthews. The ,'yA
and home town friends. 1 -0- these smaller homes we organist was Mrs. F. H. Hen. ELECTRIC MIXER DICO ICE CRUSHER
Can well Imagine that she Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paw- just can't include all of our rlksen. The audience had been
. will\ be happy to get back to ley of 417 Shamrock Blvd. friends at every party Let's provided with song sheet and -- '
the warmer weather of Ven had as their guests over the just be glad for those who sang a number of carols "Si' ,miaN' .:: _- Mod by forrtoui American manufac
J ice. Thanksgiving holiday, Mrs. were privileged to attend and lent Night" wa* sung while a ? ee l 6 turer. Sturdy, durable d'ecosf metal
aid drinkmln.r.
know that at some later date the Scene was being doubt buton touting( Engineered to ower-roolI
Pawley'a sister and husband, Natavity I ipxdi b....,Iin! :o-,,!:5 p
We regret to report that Major Hamilton Herlng, of we will be invited. That Illuminated and the program roes, ..11 MnyN and Mal, a j itandardtl) For gracious entertaining
Mr. Homer V. Guy of 341 Willlamsburft Va. Two other leaves our hostesses with a closed with the entire group r..'. at home make your awn crisp frosty
freer mind and our readers joining in on "Bleat Be The '' lee flakes Create exciting new
, with more newa. Tie That Binds." $9.95 VALUE ? dishes and exotic beveraaei.ill. .
Mrs. Wood HeadsHomemakers es Smart Fred Hubbard and .
e James Druce. : ;
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There will be
" a gift exchange
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business meeting.
1 Installed Today
1 1u. DOWN WILL MOLD 011I LAY.AWAV UNTIL Dl0. u. lea ,

Mr. Walter Wood will be Morris NamedTo
installed a* president of No- COLOR WHEEL I

komls sion Group Homemakers today at 1:30: Exten-p.m. State BodyJ. Restaurant SpecialsFRIDAY WWT) WATCH SALE COMPLETE WITH SPOTLIGHT
at the club'* Christmas tea at I t
Nokomis Fir Station. Herschel Venice Mon Wlra ".Jt I
Morris ,.h.ln.I'I\ : : Mn4 :
Other officer to be Installed Realtor has been named a HELBROS-WALTHAM-GRUEH motor ruler .ra..d anoludnrearn".
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Llndgren Colbia Tyler, Jam. meetlng-at Orlando Jan. 8-9. OPENER &
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e. To Head Masons Benefit Show/

j J William E. Hendrix of SOS chapter he was high price: In Civic.Orchestra directed by president of the club, Morn
Park Lane Drive was elected 1960 and thrice illustrious Paul Goldenstein will also Is vice-president and I
to the chair of worshipful master la 1962. contribute their services for ridge is treasurer The,EI4.
l ,!i master at the meeting of He and Mrs. Hendrix came the benefit of the school. Mitchell have all a Peal1d.'114
Venice Lodge 301, Free and here in 1962. They have a ; Harold Hayes of the ma professionals durinrheir\
\ Accepted Masons Monday. I daughter. Willen, who I* a gician's club will be master careen in various parte
I He will succeed Worshipful sophomore at Venice High are of ceremonies the country. Morgan has at
Master George R. Collett Jr. School. They: are member of : As Among the acts to be presented ed the stage with Ho J5u!
Other officers elected for First Baptist Church of Venice will be levitation and during his show career \
I 196S were: Richard F. Geraci, and he is associated with :f I : cabinet tricks, the "Taj Ma Tax-deductible $i idlB.! i''
\t senior warden, Wade H. Bal West Coast Redi-Mlx Co. be hal," the "Zombie," ventriloquism don cards may be obtained
alrd Sr., Junior warden; Eli The Lodge will hold religious is wand, handkerchief, at Young's Gift Nook 011 Welt
hu B. Roberts, re-elected observance Sunday: Members ty card and "sucker" tricks. Venice Avenue or from ,
: treasurer and Sal Capasso, and visiting Master Masons w : with The Rev Mr. Richardson Is mist Club members
re-elected secretary. are requested to assemble ...... ...,..., :,
r They will be installed at an at the parking area of of
I, open meeting the evening of Venice Gardens Recreation will I
I L Pec 28.Hendrix. Center at 10:45 a m. and will r

I + Masonry since has been 1948 active when he In be the recognized 11 a.m. service in Masonry of Venice at ..... o111: 'l_. ,. 'IoI i H.\ .....,, .&..\.0._ "t, .'_. '. ..,._. %ttrt" S 8I I

k'' :I I I became a member of White United Church of Christ at the DIRECTOR MRS. VIOLET MITCHELL I. terv.Ing Mr. Robert Feder .... S, 1 ''d d
I : Pigeon (Mich.) Lodge 104. He 11 a.m. service there. other director end officers of All States Dullinger. president -
;:1' has held all lodge positions The pastor. The HeY E. Club at their twelfth anniversary party Dec. on the club1, history Cap. 'G 3 S
I here Arch and is a Masons member Chapter of Royal Robert Chable, has attainedthe 3.They are, left to right Mr*. O. L Mahon will

and Sarasota 33rd Degree in Scottish .
Council Commandry, :
0'' and Bradenton. In that Rite Masonry. I

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I I : Are You A GOOD Dancing Partner

not tale. advantage, of our . Venice' unique An State In March. There 1 la always an ficers I
OFFER . for younelf, dub, one of the largest open- orchestra for ballroom, are: I
. "Complete membership social clubs In square and round dancingand 1
delightful gift
a Florida, celebrated its twelfth a weekly feature is pres. Mrs
'ARE Include./ birthday: last week entation of numerous door let I
Private, 4 Group and 4 Social' Some 250 member and prizes. Refreshments are fur. Albert next i Ii
for . . . . .. $32. guests attended this meeting, nished by the club with off ic- Mrs. be
Teens & Children1 Special the first dance of the season, era and members of the : the
and heard Mrs. 0. L. Mahon, board of directors doing the the
I 24 tenons for ....... .$30 founder and only: remaining serving. Mrs.
FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO original board member, give A 50 cent donation is requested the be
the club's history.It at the weekly meet. py director't are
overlooking/ Samata Bay & Pier was organized on Jan. logs, usually attended by 300. and din I
1233 Gulfstream. Are 958-66750,10, *jn. to 10 p_ 30, 1952, as a Michigan Club 450 persons. Each week a different gether.
John R. Gordon, Licensee. Member Sarasota C. of C. and' soon afterward requests state or group of states At by
for membership poured in is honored and an annual din. m. at
l from residents who had formerly ner, for members only, is be
: lived in other states. It held each spring. will "THE DISAPPEARING ORCHID" I is a new one to Frank
became All States Club on Lewis! Dulllnger is president then, Bemm right who watches closely at William Morgan works
Nov. It that year. and Mrs. Mahon, chair. and their the magic trick. Morgan h one of the four professional
SKILLETRESTAURANT The club meets each Thurs man of the board. Other of. gram. members of the local magician' club which will present
day: during the season, beginning benefit performance for Loveland" School. Sponsoring group
the first week in December Is Optimist Club of Robert Bay with Bemm In charge of
and closing the last week the benefit.

kN Owwr.vuun s 4-The GONDOLIER Venice Fla. Thur., Dec. 10, 19&4I
YFC DirectorTo
Offer I .
Special a Tr


Basket Of Chicken Calvary YouthJim GAMES

WHOLE 2'A' LB. CHICKEN ((10 PIECES) WITH Smoke, director of
Youth For Christ in Sarasota
lb. Cole Sv/ ,
1 fIb. French Fun 1 County, will address the .
>/, don Hot Rolls Youth Fellowship of Calvary ........ ""

:fi,.. ALL ORDERS PACKED IN FOIL LINED BUCKET Reformed Church of Venice I.
Gardens on Sunday at 6 p.m. ( "
d Telephone Ahead 488-507 He will speak on the Youth .- r
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READYI For Christ program now being I
Once ogoHi enjoy/ our hot Ittntntt wrfh irAppWpoforoei / sponsored in Sarasota and .
will tell of plans to work .
and / ,
.i vegefobefcTHURSDAY j
among the high school youthof { .
t' I I the Venice area. All inter. ..
I ",l .;s All the Chicken You Can Eat French Fries. ested young people are invited p '"
t I cole law, hot buttered roll .. .... ............. 88c .1'/ ,
FRIDAY Several members of Sara.
I i All the Chicken You Can Eat golden.. !brown! filth, IOta Youth the For speaker Christ and will )

t I french 'fries col* slaw, hot buttered roll ,...... 79c will accompany sing at the Community .. r )5J

SATURDAY Hymnsmg Service at the .

I 1/4 lb. all beef Stealcburger golden french fries, Smoke Calvary will Church have at a 7:30:part ar ,., ) '
lettuce, garden. tomatoes and
crisp ripe our own the service, and favorite
special pickle chips ........................ . 67c hymns sung.A and choruses will be \ if.jj

W"iT q (;tRANT'CO.I the Book message of In Revelation the series will on TOTS GIVE PROGRAM-Some of are i
and five-year-olda from the Venice ) -
be delivered by the pastor
I RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER The Rev Frank J. Shearer. Library Kindergarten who will be are
I The public is invited. guests at Monday' meeting of the ) ,
Auxiliary Volunteer, shown
I are ..
the event with Mrs. Frederick Cram, MOUSEJRAP$433

) J I Hail The Holiday Kiddies To Entertain HAV MONOPOLY - - $2.99

Ii Again this year a special elude Willie and Lisa Felix,hree hours each weekly BATTERY ;

ing Christmas youngsters program who attend, featur the Clarence and Charles Harvey working at the kindergarten.The MorjtoWanMAGNUS /tOWERED $ 99

IN STYLE I Venice Negro Library Kindergarten Brenda Jean and Rickey daily: program Includes 6
has been plannedfor MacNeal, John Henry and play activities story-telling, DUMP TRUCK
I the December luncheon Michael Gibson, Tony and music, poetry and finger
meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary Freddie Smith, Brenda Jean playa, speech Improvement
r SHAYNE OF MIAMI Volunteers of the Ven exercises, handwork projects,
ice Hospital.The Irons, Joe Williams, Linda reading and number readiness. .
4r ARDEE PIXIE JR. meeting will be held at Byard and Roy Morris. .

? , EDITH-MARTIN noon Monday in the Parish The kindergarten has beenin According to Mrs. Oram, 95
i h Hall of St. Mark's Episcopal operation since 1959. It was the best liked activity: is the 19
j Church. organized and directed by mid-morning snack of gra-
: RHODES OF CALIFORNIA carols ham crackers and milk, during
.r Songs, and poems Mrs. Bruce Hudson until last
GLEN HAVEN TALENTO will highlight the program to year. At present Mrs. Oramis thank-you which the children and learn BARBIE .- SKIPPER MIDGE reg. $$3.
be presented by some 13 directing the four and five- prayers good

I i PRICED S1 o. TO 550.I years youngsters, under ages the four supervision to five year-old eight four-year-olds programs There and are six eating Mrs.manners Delbert S. Barcus, DOLLS $257JOUlliONErs

of Mr*. Frederick H. Oram five year olds, four girls and chairman of hostesses forMonday's
1 director of the kindergarten 10 boys, attending three meeting, requests
I Cocktail for this age group.A mornings each week.A that she be notified of the
Dresses special luncheon table of exact number of guests Invited
'I t group 12 women, under .
will be set up for the young. sponsorship of the Christ.Ian by HAV members to the : ;
S t stern and they will receive Social Relations committee affair, not later than noon to WORTH MORE AT .
Formals ......._ ......
II capacity is .M.
BlwnnSkirtt Rifts from the auxiliary. of the Episcopal Church morrow.
I EveningCools Children participating will in. women of St. Mark's, spend limited.
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l' r CLOTHES $SO. UP Dec. If ten Cec. 23 we will. te ONE COUPON PER ITEM Phone 488-3450
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WOMEN'S SECTION r Venice To Have First Orchid Show /1'

Hundred of orchid* will J

male a fairyland! of Saraac- -I pqqgq1 i '

and club activities ta Federal Saving and Loan

M Asa. Feb. 28 March 1 when

oorofhy StrorI Venice Orchid Society prevent -
I Editor, I
Women i the fin\ orchid bow

488.5808 ever held fa this ana. ''II "

The entire first floor of the

bank win be used ki the exhibit

Masons Plants and blooms from
urges I'I
several commercial cr-en'

I I establishment a* well a* I

Jottings from private collection will

Kim York be on display. A wide variety 4 _
>nor of vale plants will be hown
" In the Association community
. Ijr; Cg.. room.
,hlrl of activities sung and Mr*. Elbert: S. Brown II IL II Mrs. Tom Fels win be general \
presentation of and Mr.
the and Mr. Harvey E. chairman of the event
women to aoiglni Lambeth.
young on Dec. It with Debutante of previous sea The season 1* arriving whenwe previous home was Newberry which 1 Ie to be held yearly

dance honoring debu- son will meet this year' can all be as unashamedly S. C. Mr. Merrick says hereafter. State judges will
,si Kim York. group at a Debutante Club sentimental as Jack Pear and this is a far cry from his make the awards althoughthis I u
today this claim. former civil engineerIng. first show is not an accredited -
and Mrs. Warren coffee at Sarasota Garden reporter career,
and Mr. and Mrs. Club on Dec. 20. That evening the privilege, a bit ahead of one. President Mrs. v
L. Mason will host Miss Mahle and Miss Harris time. The reason 1* that it .0- Adelbert Traver will be in
will be honored was two years ago today that "Count" J. Leighton Corn- charge of ribbons.
01,t at the Spurge home at a din. Other show chairmen will VENICE'S FIRST ORCHID SHOW will be divider which
ner given by Mr. and Mrs. she and Jotting "got mar well told us Monday that against they are photographed. -
/Key. of Thomas Butler, Mr. and Mr. led" and though at time. Daughter Cay and her husband --be: Mrs Aubrey Reed, correspondence held Feb. 28-Mrch I and hundreds of the They are, left to right, Tom Felt, !I.
York, daughter H. York Mr.of Leo Brennan and Mr. and the yawning maw of two-col- Tom Boyette, are somewhere ; Aubrey Reed, fragile blossoms will be displayed through charge of commercial exhibits; Bruin; Mrs .
s. Barney Mrs mn wide white was in- between Guymas, Mexico backgrounds; Tom Fels, commercial I I
also be honored Lynn N. Sllvertooth. space the entire first floor of Sarasota Federal Savingi Felt, general chairman and Mrs. A. C. Tree
will Miss Linn urlatlngly demanding, all in and Baltimore this week. growers; Mrs. Helen Orchid
and the be honoreeat and Loan Alan Show planners are discussing er, Venice Are Society president J
parents all, it has to be They had planned a stop with Green clerk, and Normand
a buffet given come a cosy,
other debutante Dr. and Mr..upper Melvin M. Simmons by compatible, affectionate un- his mother in New Orleans Patton, publicity.In with Manager Charles Bruin the possibilities i- The Society U presenting the exhibit
last party of the tea on Dec. 28, after which Ion. before he reports to the Ben- discussing the Initial of display on the decorative wooden
Dec. 30. Mr. and Mr. the new debutante will be -- dix Corp. "Man In Space" show Mrs. Traver said: "The
Ir. and Mrs. Williamand feted at a Debutante Club Which on this sort-of-annl- project in Baltimore. Too, purpose of this first show iso many of the new residents In exception is being made and At the roup'* meeting
Mr*. Edwin Lee dance at Sarasota Garden ersary, brings up another "Count" said, it is no secret give the 40 members, and growing this fascinating plants may be bought for din Dee. 3 Mr. and Mr*. Few
will give a dinner Club. nought The way to learn to that they are happy that two- others who wish to exhibit plant." play. Plants bought for ex- presented a program of slide
hat ''ot Sara- Miss Steel will again be love a town is to know it, and ear-old Gabel Jean 1 Is expecting an opportunity to share their Normally for shows, plants hitbit in this show will be In from the American Orchid I I
I mtry Club honored at a tea on Dec. 29. the way to get to know it 1* a sister or brother in plants with the public, and must be at least three to six bloom next year at the same Society library dealing with
amela Linn and Jean Hostess will be Mrs. George to work on Its newspaper. February. The Cornwell expect perhaps win a ribbon. A second months in possession, of the time and may be exhibited specimen plants. Thirty members *
Baughraan. Knowing it slightly can bringon to see the Boyettes either purpose is to interest owner but for this show an' again then. were pre ent.Esthers .
formal presentation disillusion digging into Its there or here for the boll- _
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planned for Dec. 23 at heart will dispel the annoyances days.
liege Hall, the former Bishop Confirms and lead to the discovery .- -- World Premier Of 'Psalm 67' Will Highlight Party
Singling residence. of the delight and wonder Apologies to Mary (Mrs.
season' debutantes 18 At St. Mark's of it and its citizens. George) Gibbe for leaving her Set Wednesday/
set York, Steele, Linn, 'hat'* our Venice truly a off the New College "school- I
hie Ellen Grant Reed, Episcopal Bishop William wonderful place, with wonder. ,irl" artist list She is one Symphony Orchestra's Opening Concert Esther Christmas party
Roberts Ann Marie Lofton Hargrave confirmed tail people. of the five Venice women artists will be at Congress Inn in
Jane Gatch, Ashley 18 applicants at St. Mark'sEpiscopal -- attending the 16-week Jacques Wolfe Miami composer known for his Negro spirituals signal the end of the Orches Punta Gorda Wednesday at
Harris Sally Kelsey To make the holidays even symposium. of "Shortnin' Bread" His concert songs in- tra's membership campaign.
Vahlberg and Sandra Church Sunday at brighter and gayer, two weddings - and other concert work. and chiding "De Glory Road," Full results will not be known 12.30: pm. 1
\ 3 pm. are planned for Dec. The George Spenders are opera, will attend the world Gwine To Hebbin" "Halle. for several weeks because Reservations must be in by j
;c. 20 Mrs Grant D. The new communicantsare 26 and 27. The brideselectwill Beaumont, Texas-bound for premier of his! latest inspirational lujah Road" and many others. many of the membership will Dec. 10 and those wishing to ;
Mrs. Carleton Kelsey : Nora Peterson, Allen \ both be home soon from the holidays. They will visit composition, "Psalm His folk-opera, "Mississippi be outstanding until 1965. i
attend should call ChairmanMrs.
r. and Mr*. Albert Rogers, Linda Lou Cum- their schools and flitting from Irs. Spender's brother and 67" at the opening programof Legend," was Introduced at Membership, and concert
will entertain with-a mings, Laura Cook, Mr. and one festive party to another. ister-in-law there and return Florida West Coast Sym- Jade County Auditorium, Miami tickets, may be obtained atYOWl' Lou Martin at 488- 411
and pool party at Mrs. Horace Boardman, Edward Announcements are long out sometime mid-January. phony Orchestra Concert tomorrow in 1951. Another of his I '. Gift Nook on West or Mr*. Arthur Swansea a*
y Yacht Club for theirn Courtney, Mr. and Mrs on both that of Jill Green -- in Sarasota.He well-known composition is Venice Avenue. 4883916.
Misses Reed, Kel. : Gerald Gattshall, Mr., and to Raymond Lewis Hines Jr., The area abounds In private will share honor with "The Trysting Tree."

Vahlberg. Mrs.. George Hough, JosephT. on Dec. 26 and of Denise bridge club and group and his son, Paul Wolfe, Orchestra Concert singers who have The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thurs, Dee. 10, 1964-5
allowing dad two part. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs Brown to Ralph Anderson Jr. this week we heard reportson conductor. The concert used his works often incuude
planned. Mrs. L. Wil- Barry Little, Carol Pearson, on Dec. 27. activities in two of them. will begin at 8:15: p.m. at Lawrence Tibbet, John Charles I
orning will be hostessa Virginia Pinaud, John Pontius -- Mrs. Raymond CroweU will Sarasota Municipal AuditorIum Thomas, Nelson Eddy and
honoring Miss Linn and John Schaefer. A compact name for the entertain one group at a and be repeated Satur James Melton. PROMPT EFFICIENTTV
ss Steele, and Miss A reception, attended by approximately -stretch of time between Hal- Christmas bridge-party next day night at the same timeat Abram, in his year on the
will be honoree at a 200, was held in lowe'en and Christmas cameto Thursday Members of this Bradenton Municipal Auditorium concert stage, has played STEREO RADIO REPAIR
e hunt hosted by Mrs. the church parish hall after us from Doug Debnam the group: are Mesdames E. J. with every major symphony 1
said he heard it Fred Hack Lester In Europe and in this SERVICE ON ALL MAKES
W. McCourtney, Mr. the service other day. He Ellenbogen, They will share the spot country
called 'Hallothankmas." Wendt, Virginia Hulse, J. Attention was first focusedon
light with Jacques Abram,
K. and Hill him in 1938 when he
Sounds good Morton Joseph won
internationally known pianist,
and Miss Carrie two leading national awards
who is soloist for the
Many friends of 82-year-old - guest that year and made his formal Compare for Unsurpassed Natural Color
I00Lw0RTH'Sthumbs two concerts. He is a mem
Mr,. Hulda Lothman will The other we heard about debut with the Philadelphia \ .
ber of the music faculty of
gather at a noon birthday Is a bridge luncheon Mrs University of South Floridain Orchestra.The .
party for her today at Venice Oscar King of Polnta Whitecap Tampa. Sarasota concert will RCAVICTORCLOR
Garden Recreation Centerto Is giving on Wednesdayfor
"Psalm 67" has been scor-
info wish bar "happy returns. a group of her close ed for both orchestra and Christmas
go An ardent r
So does Jotting friends and bridge-mete.
and active bridgr San she i* mixed chorus and instrumen- TVA
a popular member of the Rec -0- tally, with brass choir replac- \
a on N@W/! Center Bridge Club which Is Important new to the ing the voices, the composer Theme Set
honoring her today. She live younger set 1 is the Junior Assembly said. ALUCHANNELTUNINS
with her niece. Miss Ann Lo dance tomorrow from In addition to the premier
thman, and is reported by her 7 to fl pm. and the Junior piece, Conductor Wolfe has For WSCS
be excellent Cotillion Saturday from 8 to chosen two other major works
friends to an
HOUSE PLANTS 10:30 p.m. Both will be for the opening concerts. Ab- COMPARE!
player. Christmas dance., semi dor- ram will play Rachmalnloffs Mrs. Arthur Delamarter i
-- It ii
returnee Mr. mal. and will be held at VenIceNokomls Concerto No. Two in C Minor will be in charge of the program run"' i n
at and Casey Mrs Key Fred Tucker and Woman's Club. and Wolfe will direct the 80- at the general meeting against all others ,;
Sutherin The Assembly and Cotillion member orchestra in Beet. of Women's Society for Chris- for dependability
Mr. and Mrs. Pryor -
WHOLESALE PRICESPHILODENDRON were dinner guest Dec. are sponsored by the Club' hoven's Symphony No. Seven. tion Service of VeniceNokomis and value, tool .o;w'
Junior Section. Jacques Wolfe is best Methodist Church Tues
6 of Mr. and Mr* Fred
The Tucker winter her day.The ouaPRrf
I meeting will be In the ,
Ind. and the
from Fall-land, ,
IVY '. POTHOS Sutherlins, from Mayfield, WSCS To Present Pageant : church fellowship hall at /
noon. Mr*. Delamarter will 525.00 u.eioal
Ky. I
use a* her theme, "The nincHict re.e..e a"wet
The Joseph Hills of Red- At General Meet TuesdayThe Birthday of King J I 18011108
many others have heard from Devotions will be conductedby
wood Road I FOR OVER *3in-pnrfllUMrtn<. !! Color Nt *rw .
Mr. O. Lovell :
son Joseph and daughter Jill Day. fill N..YIsII yHt....iuHfi_* rortd2vooo.Wt .
birth of Christ will be ed to join In the "White Christmu" Tgyippg;
Woodard Circle member will
will be able to spend udd n
that they (Sassy adi! Color CIIISsIa i Auba da
the holiday. with them. Many told in song, poetry, Bible project, contribution of serve a* hostesses and ask "Csbm proteclld II .w..nsbIJftte
I MOKErs WORTH MORE AT ir ;]i plans are being made by the and pageantry at thegenera non-perishable food wrappedIn those attending to bring sandwiches ::':1:"
____.....:::;;;0- senior Hill at this point. meeting of Woman'sSociety white paper for distribution All Churchwomen and
.0- of Christian Serviceof to needy families in the others are invited. THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Mer Grace Methodist Church area. Theee gifts are to be Priscilla and Ethel Blalock

rick, who came here this Tuesday. brought to the program. Circle* will meet Tuesday at 7 I!I I'tfriri.P
Greatest Crime Value) Ever Offered! summer to make their per-- The program, "The Birth Member of Grace Circle 8 p.m. Priscilla Circle will be TV
manent home near their son,, day of a King," will be pre- will serve as hostesses. at the home of Mrs. Roy Ber- OO Inc.
Pre-Christmos Inaugural Cruises! Stuart, report they are now sented by the Society and nlus of North Havana Road,
DAY CRUISESrom well settled In and loving It. member of the Youth Group, UYFD Announces Dotes Nokomis and Ethel Blalock 1863 SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH VENICE-PH. 488-4574 l
3 AND 4 He is already active in Ven- under the direction of Mrs Circle will meet at the homeof .
MIAMI to NASSAU and FREEPORT ice Shrine and taking Power F. Reid Onley. It will be For Minstrel Show Mrs. J. K. Hill of Laurel NO BETTER PRICES ANYWHEREI! J$9\

Squadron courses, the betterto given :in the church sanctuary Shores. Devotions and program NO BETTER SERYICE ANYWHEREI 5fi
ABOARD THE FUN SHIP boat and fish safely Their at 7:30: p.m. The public The dates of Feb. 11-13 have will be in charge of WHY GO ELSEWHERE- l
been set for presentationof
1 Is invited.
- - - --- Mrs. Robert Ripley. I
Each church family 1 III ask- the Fourteenth Annual
S/S/ YARMOUTH CASTLEFROM Termites? Ants? Minstrel Show of Union Vol-
Pair And Spore unteer Fire Dept. of Noko-
Roaches? Rats? mis.
Club Plans Party Venice aJ L- '
FREE INSPECTION & It will be held at .
Elementary School Cafetorium.
ESTIMATE A three-trimming party, '
$ CALL weiner roast and hayride are Mr. Ward E. McCotter will -
TOX-EOL" the festivities planned for be director Hubert Young y
Venice-Nokomi Presbyterian will direct the chorus and
958-4534 Sar. collect Church' Fair and Spare Club Mrs. Guy Halladay will be I h' CYRO'S ,
famous 4
Radio Dispatched Saturday. pianist. 't Pt
COMPLETE Our Customers Member will meet at the Anyone interested In taking f l'
Mr. R. In either the chorus or ii
church at 7:30: p m. part '
*!Tat! Cruise fares apply on these sailing dates only are ALL V.I.P. L. Bellcas and Mr. Dee a specialty act should call VENETIAN MOON RESTAURANT e

Dec. 12th and 19th ((4-day cruises. Saturdays). Deaterly are in charge. .frl. McCotter. f .An Experience ;in delightful/ dining I

Dec 16th ((3-day cruises, Wednesday). CHRISTMAS MENU '

>ne Low Price Includes All This . Choice of 'rest, tropical fruits and tuice* I I'

And More: / CYRO'S famous relish tray Ij"';'! .'
French Onion soup Chilled vicnyuois with chives " air conditioned bus service to and from tt Continental I chicken soup '

the hip . luncheon served en route! ENTREES

%Hour sightseeing tour of Nassau. via private ROAST TURKEY, with Chestnut Dressing .
Giblet and
cranberry sauce
uwousinelAH BAKED VIRGINIA HAM w/Pineapple/ sauce

baggage-handling charged BROILED SNAPPER w/lemon '
dy-Free Christmas shopping aboard ship! BROILED RIB EYE STEAK ex. w/tmnhroom sauceGYRO'S ,

All .. aboard ship: Aiw nditioned state- Famous PRIME BEEF, an. Jill

dine-g. Full repertoire of fresh Domestic & Imported 'vegetablesGYRO'S

!wl . ) 4 Green Goddess Dressing end complete 4

In portl VALUES TO 4.9859C assortment of dressings

For Information and Reservations See: FINEST In Continental I r pastry & Holiday Dessert

'. 2224 ST.mlmi! Tr.
5 S. TRAIL PHONE 488-5612 ..


W. VENICE AVE PHONE 488-2238 I ,




The People' Speak New Neighbors

To The Editor: ed them here with open arms The GONDOLIER welcome J. Venice, from Alabama. Pa.Mrs.
I read with interest to the and granted many concessions then new neighbor Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Barney Patrlcra
society column of a metropolitan ? to South Sarasota .County Palm Terrace Apt., porsry BeaebeObtber'A RNn ,
'T dally distributed locally Then with the foregoing 'Mr. and Mn. J. M. Car- Venice, from IlUnoll. pr
that New College, certainly facts if accurate how do we, win, Jessica Street, Noko- Mr. aDd Mr. William from oa"a, dI t..a;
a fin Institution :'Ji after letting New College before ads, from IndIana. Spicer, Colonial Manor Mrs. I'snise
Sarasota with assistance the benefit performance.take Mr. and Mr*. I. NelUssen Venice, from New York 5055, Dart Coturoe I.lle>
from our local circus expect out better than a half temporary address Sunset City, Key. from .:: Cate
{ HIM>ra or mm ASSOCIATE ruou .. nans or no nouM rust ASMCUTKMl to derive from a special benefit million dollars and come backto Beach Apt,( permanent Dr. and Mrs. Hans Lewis Mrs Ruth .
performance In January our only possible money Glen Oak Venice Gardens. 336 Peiuacola, Venice, from 1001 NokomIs A.Mlaar\it. ,
i I no Ar..MW. II a h..r oMItIeoI M tw I_ .l aD mm .lin>ita MOM M close to halt a million dollars. earning project' and anticipate ! Mr. and Mr. Frank Kansas. Irons MorrI81o", Fn Velllet;
I 1 .N.. _M 01.M.M.WIW-- aN....r_-_- W .... r.l **lliM -- AI ftoMi .* ..e.elreN.a Now education is a much. another half million Kapp, Point WhItecap Mr. and Mr. W. E. Baa H. Alton Darren, .
'I" no ... _.. .rM .. ... II .. .. ......-. II needed existence part of our economic Let' say that right here Apts., Venice, from Pitts- ley, Golf Surf Apt*., Casey lard, North Pore gB
= and without
r.N : its
.1.: t p.rb ..e wtruw --. processes at home with one-fourth of burgh, Pa. Key from Scaredale, N. Y. from Masssehuylte
/ .I our economic cycle the funds raised by New College Mr. and Mr. O. South Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Kov- p a .1
: ., .. ... Halltlclat.
r..r.W a. Ms.d sal 'MNU e.N tlW4 a N I Awe.S would .
collapse. However in the Venice we Apt* 1325: Tarpon Center Rd., Crobe III
t er.d .. Uws Or. AI M 011Ioo.1 N ,.... rk.Y.I ,. ar.a. Dunn Palm Terrace er, North Pott
there are other factor germane could build a much needed Venice from Vlrrlnla. Venice, from Pittsburgh, lotte. from Chics
\\.1 I i EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher to the economic cycle and proposed library our Mr. and Mr. H. E. Per ,..
.................................. Newt and Newsphoto Editor namely, distribution of school for our retarded children ry, Z17 North Park Blvd. 6;::The GONDOLIER. Venice Fla. Thurs. DtcTj IQ r
t COURTNEY WILLIS ................................... Advertising Manager fat wealth.hasn't The case In point here and help along our hospital .
WILLIAM A. MEYER ........................................... Shop Foreman thrown our little, but College fast drive
,!' i ROGER KILBY................................. Mechanical Superintendent growing community out of Its We don't know who missed UP TO 250 GALLONS FUEL OIL - ,(year's supply)
the but the old
boat as say.
1 : I, SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county 1.25 per year, $315 per etc month, $3.79 economic drives kilter to with milk its every continued ing home goes" There, "Charity will be begins a 196 at. OR ONE OF 6

::r i I., i t per three month. 10 cent per copy. Out of county, 1625 per year, $UI known source locally in the Mr. Chamber of Commerceor
: per tat month. S3 per three month interest of an up.county institution the Committee of One I
.:{ 1'' '. .-... StoMwuttmi.. r_ Swrlw CWMnlOK fta.Nr. .r obNrIou ar_ .... serving very few, if Hundred. Let's make up a FREE 50GALLON
,_ ._ ....
I ... .e.t. (
The circus Is not at fault;
; In addition thereto, isn't it PRIMSWTHE
:\ a fact that the circus was just .
thrown out of Sarasota And we.J.. Leighton Cornwall,
Creator Of Understanding isn't it a fact that we welcom- Venice HELSERFUEL
I Ir I : i, ;: .. ..... or or .-

: f Af we In know, the ,jet age hat shrunk whatever reason-are the beneficiaries ofall OIL SERVICE

I ti '; I r[ the globe. Now we can go almost anywhere this. But there Is much more to the JJarsmt to IJbrsmt T

I \y In the world In a day or leu. And picture. As the number of ,stage travel-

'. : w. can go In complete tomfort, surging .... Increases, Ignorance of the traditions, "Guess The Weather Contest"1st

long at speeds which would have teem desires and attitudes of other people By The REV. FRANK J. SHEARER
1 I .d the figment of wild imagination not diminishes' Suspicions are dispelled by Calvary Reformed Church
I ;' 10 long ago. new International friendships' And so, ? of Venice Gardens PRIZE CONTEST ENDS FEB. 15

: This, the experts tell us, ti only the be little by water wears away stonewe All have to do is the
o I ------ - - - / YEAR'S SUPPLY you guess day, minute
ginning. Before long, at time Is measured, may confidently expect a release of
Have you ever hated or de- of Jove who doesn't Judge sinners OF MARATHON and hour that you think the temperature
will from this tensions and broader and sounder basison
supersonic transports cross a
splsed someone much
so that then why was Christ
will hit 34' the official
I i I country to Europe In something like two which to build true world peace. you could "kill" him Have born? If it is true that you FUEL OIU degrees on Venice
hours There are technological problems you ever failed to honor your or I can save ourselves, and e 6 RUNNERS UP: Weather Station thermometer.
The often Instrument
airplane an father or mother Or have thus have no need for Sav
Involved-notably, the sonic "boom" created of terrible destruction. But now its you ever lied, stolen cheated, lour, then we ought to packup 60 gallons' of The nearest guess to the exact time wins
fuel oil each.If .
I I by farter-than-iound (flight-but they deceived anyone Have you our Christmas ornaments,, : the winter supply r of residence fuel I and
i main role In the International Is customer
'I will be solved. I sphere, ever committed adultery, burn our Christmas greetings you are I
that of creator of understanding. And either by act or thought? If and cancel our Christ of ours when contest 6 nearest guesses receive 50 gallons each.
\ Th. tourist, the student the businessman a
: you have ever committed any mas pageants and worship ends, and you are a
-all who move about the world for that It a great role Indeed. of these sins, then you have services For the Bible tell. winner you get an Prizes may be transferred
broken the law of God. Per us that Christ came into the extra 50 gal. onus
haps you are guilty of only world to save sinners, to WRITE YOUR GUESS IN THE BLANK NOWl!
one of these offenses, Never. give His life as ransom for
theless, before Almighty God many LISTEN TO WAMR AND MAIL TO HELSER'S FUEL SERVICE

I I r Under you stand as a sinner who Let us this Christmas return and
Only Capitalism noon
has broken the whole law, to the real message of night times. POBOX 745, NOKOMIS, FLORIDA
I and thus guilty and condemn. the Bible God's Word news
ed before God. For in the Christmas commemor a t e s TV STAMPS j- - - - - - - - - - - -
I There Ts a profound Irony In the fact Moreover, the evidence indicates that New Testament we read, the fact that "Christ the CONTEST ENTRY CARD
"Cursed "
is who SAVIOUR is born. I
that the totalitarian states usually call the great bulk of this vast army of share- tinueth not everyone in ALL that My guest on when the temperature first hits 34'I
I. written in the book of the I In. Venice Is:
themselves "peoples' democracies" or owners Is made up of intelligent and Law," Galatians 3:10.:

"peoples' republics." But In those states knowledgeable Investors. Most of them With this In mind, we come I month date hour minute
I to the THE
heart of the Christmas
.. the people have almost nothing to say understand the folly of investing on tips, message that Christ was I

; about the conduct of affairs, end private hunches and high-powered telephone so born them In that order are"to under redeem the CAPITOLSMusical I NAME

I ownership of property of any Importantand licitations. They seek out the facts and law Christmas," Galatians 4:5.: The ( ADDRESS

profitable kind Is virtually outlawed. the advice of reputable brokers. They of God'message love is in a Christ message Combo '

!In our own country on the other hand, know that the value of stock who took upon Himself our CITY ft. ZONE
1 t I any can go sins the curse due to us because AVAILABLE FOR ANY FOR IMMEDIATE I
It recent years have witnessed the dramatic down as well as up. And before Invest of our sins. If it is FUEL SERVICE Type of equipment we now have.
t \ true that PRIVATE AFFAIR I Approx. _______ of tank _
development of whet has fortuitously andaccurately Ing. they build funds In insurance and we are not sinful, phone age Capacity
up we don't need Christ. If it is ...-4146 488-4759
Phone 488.2380 PH. 488-4146 488-4959
been called "peoples' capitalIsm. savings accounts to protect against emergencies true that God is only a God I -

t : ." This simply means that more and ----

I American families have become
I more typical Only under capitalism with its emphasis
partners tn. the greet industriesr
on the right to private ownershipof
: which provide us with our unprecedent
r property of all kinds, can a people
wealth of goods and service They
II.d done thus demonstrate their faith in the futureof
I this by buying shares' of corporation

stock. The number of shareown-" the free enterprise system on which : I

I ers is now estimated to be well past the all our freedoms rest. '

I I :i' 17 million mark and it grows steadily Industrial News Review :: .

I 11V' b y Hellto
A ter "

II :I ''lJ l\I?\ ft Who's Ahead-U.S. Or U.S.S.R. A' f THURSDAY


I I I Who's ahead In the race for space- Russians! available for non-agricultural 4
America or Russia? production. P.M. DEC 10
h I
There's divided opinion on this question Those 5 million workers. overcome the a

4 a but it appears the two nations are Soviet Union's hug. manpower advantage. VENICE ; t'm'

running a neck and neck contest for out. They also enable American Industry to SHOPPING CENTER fie : ,,, r.s' ,
l,I'I' efthe-world achievements produce both sufficient weapons for defense i 1

I However, there's another area-Just as as well as enough goods and services l / s

j .: critical to both countries where the to give the U.S. the highest standardof gun j,
United States claims global superiority. living in the world.
I' This area Is agricultural production,
i { Agricultural research, such as conduct.
: I i t which is recognized as a valuable tool in ed by the Florida Agricultural Experiment .

I 'j I the defense of our way of life. Stations, helps to male. agricultural FOR CHILDREN! t / f Sr

I : : I The facts tell the story. Although Russia's production more efficient: and releases t

I : total national labor force exceeds workers for other jobs )

,I ; ; the United State's by 37 million workers, Thus, without our agricultural supremacy
ti we Americans might have less p
I the comfort
I Soviets require 42 million more agricultural r
!t and far less security.
1 ''I; ,i' workers then the U.S. Therefore, Florida Extension Service

rj there era 5 million more Americans than News Letter I
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1111111'I (; + ! .;' II : Think Small? :. .g" . 5

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I Americans, according to the National it could no longer carry them There was 1

I Geographic Magazine, are getting taller also the giant sloth which, it Is theorized,
hI i and broader This is part of a worldwide grew so big that he broke down the trees

1f trend. Even the Japanese, notably small, which provided his food; he became extinct .
+ sl have loomed upward under the effects of too.What .

+ ., betfet diet. worries us specifically Is the arch

; There Is irony Involved In these statistics. of man's foot. It is a wonderful evolutionary

Maa is growing larger In an era adaptation. But can H stand up k
?} ,I I, when size and muscle power are no long. indefinitely to the strain of more and

, i er as Important as they once were (unless more weight? We'd hate to think our
$ J are thinking about footballplayers
you pro
great-grandchildren might all have flat
:! ).
Tid There's one thing worrying us. This 1.4t ,. feet. Th. world theoretically could become : .

evolution. We "haw In mind the Irish elk, a heaven for podi.frist.-.nd self-

w Its 1 I creature. which may have become extinct conscious policemen. .

I ": t became ih antlers grew so forge Denver, Cole., Pest

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[HLeft Plant A Garden season It usually bean e good, amusement' us. Like the you mean ben peppertV* She . . ,
crop o( fruit A little lymerie very funny incident pertain said "I don't know what you '
accompanies this story ing to the mango tree which call them, but in Indiana we .
and goes thuslyt occurred about 1950. A lady call them mangoes.'* First Christian J i
" All A wife a dog and a walked into the nursery In themiddle To quickly summarize the
About SALE ! !
''PI Fruit Trees Mango tree of summer and asked mango plant a good proven Plans Dinner,
!, The more you beat if we had any mangos. I replied variety; remember it likes
'. them the better ")11. we have some a high, well drained soil; give Lecture Sunday FRIDAY THROUGH '
,... By ANNIE KUTH SUMMERS they be. nice ones all loaded with it plenty of compost as well SUNDAY ONLY
. My thoughts about this particular fruit." So I led her out to our as a good all 'round fertiliser The Rev. Paul C. Mill of
story would be that tree and said it from the cold as Sarasota will discuss and
stated last week, we mango very ; protect Dr. Huey'sRoot
Ai begin we a series ot articles I"/.10 enJo y one is to get in so about the high regard In a wife in India leads a rather proudly "There they are and much as possible; spray the how slides ot his trip to the
will trees which grow of tub to eat it." Beware which the mango is held in precarious existence if her look at the lovely fruit ripening flower panicles with a fungicide Holy Land at a covered dish Stock
on fruiting this area.. We won't the juice on your gar.ments ndia. In one of our books oa husband's Mango trees refuse on them." When I heard after a heavy fog or dinner for First Christian
I'till weU the in various type ot citrus go which cannot for it be leaves a stain tropical plants the author to bear And so does no reply I turned and was rain; pray this nice weather Church (Disciple ot Christ) 2 gal. $1.75
Into much as most removed. ells us that most everyone in "Bowser." confronted by a stare that holds and that we never have Sunday
' in so familiar with these people -, In India the Mango is considered India owns one or more Mango Perhaps one reason we love plainly said "You must be another freeze; Nurture your The dinner, given by ChristIan NICK'S NURSERY
.re we will tackle one of their greater trees. They will plant a working with all plants is the some kind ot a nut!" wife and mango trees and let Women's Fellowship, will i j
ni first one sources of food. They use it seed or a started tree. If be at at Masonic Hall
: This is considered M this act that we have thousands This nice lady then said "Bowser" roam at wilL noon ROSES ,
fruit withn
ot friends these "This is bats and the program
oo' ot the most Jelicious: fruit. One of our books has among creations not a mango. I want And hold on to your
of all fruits a number of a reasonable length of of God They speak a the vegetable plant that has for next week we will talk Sarasota Federal Savings and NOKOMIS BY-WAY
There are which recipes in it ime, the grower takes a long language all their own. And green bell-shaped fruit which about the highly controversial Loan Assn. community room
- many Those came of from India. bamboo stic1$ and beats every they supply a never ending you stuff and bake and use In.alade. Papaya tree and how (In our The Rev. Mills is pastor ot AT RIVER BLVD.
varieties many and our dally radio you program who listen over to leaf off the tree. The next, source of fun, enjoyment and ." Then I replied "Oh opinion) to grow it. Sarasota Christian Church.

most everyone WAMR probably heard Larry
has their own ,Rhodes and I, telling the i ;
particular variety story of the Mango tree ver.u .
which the mango plant. Then alI -
they consider I
the very best. I'II'
I To name a few
there are the un '
.. following with
)Irs. Summers which we are CAR
familiar: Zen, Kent. Sprlngfels -
Haden Palmer and 10on. -b,_

We'd. like to Introduce these Bill PhiUlp.Drlvlnr .
trults by living you the botan.
cal name and then giving the at night Is different.
English: definition as this will Driving down a country road :
jelp you\ In the event you decide is hazardous enough in day
to do some research on light, at night it'a exploring I
)lour own. The Mango is the the unknown. On unfamiliar 1'I
tfagnlfera Indica Magnifera rural roads expect two-foot OWE i
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!- GONDOlIER, V.ntee, Fl., Than Dec,'10,'1' r,iSrwHwd to profusely'" In the By 10 o'clock! our poor flaK
myriad folders, brochures has sat down, and Is looking At Sarasota
and booklets expounding the through the bagsfull of literature
beauties of Florida. The Aim- gathered during the
-- less Flounder may be done, day He is now having his
or with his family eats,dogs, FUN, as it says in the book
kids, and often a mother-in- let. And he is destined to have sketball
WHAT S on MY law Then he Is even more more Fun the next day, and IndiansTomorrow Open Season
I f fi o prone to suggestions, especi- the next and the next The
R LINE ally with steriophonlc naggingof state development commission -
two women in the car. has seen to that in a big
1 way, and not one single aimless -
Anywhere place is
\ ) worthwhile objective any as longas flounder is going to leave
i, I it keeps at least two members the portals without a bellyfulof
: Night Against
IN, ON UNDER AND OVER THE WATERs of the party happy at orange Juice, and a big fat Mooney
grin on his face . not if the
I WITH THE GONDOLIER tli same time His only solace Governor can help itt I
is to reach a place like -
\ \ By FRANK BERGEB the Ringllng Museum of Art, Hectic days of sightseeing,
1i! : : AH over the world Important Osprey turn the crowd loose, and go looking at sunken gardens, The 1964-09 version of the conference clash between the Bob Hedrick, Venice's new ago, and Elliott is .
.I scientific progress is being crawl into the center of the hanging gardens, elevated Venice High School Indian I intra-county rivals. varsity coach has seven candidates fer. tress
I made in fields of icthyology Several cities in Florida hedge in the formal gardensfor gardens, underwater gardens, basketball team will be unveiled I The Indians and Cougars I with varsity experience Joelson, Landgraf
submarine warfare, end have achieved a new status a well-deserved snooze and even plastic plant gardens tomorrow night at broke even in a pair of con- '_ three of whom were and Morgan were ail l\lnco
symbol that of the
I the cultivation of food from being Hours later he can return to created by slothlike motel Cardinal Mooney in a non. tests last season starters last year Returning ben of the Indian footbSl
J" the sea. It is timely, therefore hometown. Visitors of to famous Madiera porpoises Beach the party, where he might owners, are just a part of regulars are Jim Sikora, Sam team and have been praZ
I hear comment, like "And the Flounders itinerary Morgan and Tom Landgraf. ing only since
I to observe the public'sreaction a Saturday
with The
are greeted friendly ,
to underwater and sign, "Welcome to a Madiera Daddy, ALL the pictures were Picnic trips to the beaches Winners Named By Seniors'Golf Others with varsity experi are not expected to see much
j piscatorial subjects, and to Beach, Home of Paddy the painted by hands"! become interesting when, as ence' are Ken Ringo, Terry I, action tomorrow night, but
I i make THEM real part : Porpoise" Further on down Mr. Aimless Flounder then the car is unpacked, the grille Green, Jerry Hawks and. should be ready Tuesday
: : Is and all is At LVGC Martin Satava. The only senior night when
; the kingdom f the see, and three islands later, you undergoes another hour's debate ready serene, Group is Venice bwin.
: actual classifications, to be the little ones have to go to Landgraf.Seeking White Sands Conference'
leave with a homey farewell while Mama and Mother : play|
i :I recorded for posterity sign from St. Pete Beach sayIng pick out 17 or 18 motels for the nearest service station The Seniors' Monday Morn- Gooley with four S''l and a 8; a varsity berth Is here against Southeast t AH
f Every marine biologist, "You are now leaving St. him to inspect. He must be restroom four or five miles ing Breakfast Group at the I Harold Stall the same; and senior Ray Joelson, who play. four are six feet or more, and
tJDT man, sklndiver, underwater Pete Beach home of Happy sure that the toilet seats die back. Lake Venice Golf Club playedan Charlie Vanderwater t h e ed as a regular :luring his j Join j Sikora, Whiteaker.
:I photographer and explorer the Porpoise" , and so on play the proper sanitized pa.per Floundering through FlorIda innovation in golf contests same G P. Hunter with four sophomore year but sat outlast Hawk. and Chiles at that
.. of every type has had ad infinitum. We predict that introductory greeting , our fishy family undergoes his week. At the conclusion of 8'. and a 4. year with a knee in. height .
to cope with the inquisitive cities will soon be known as message, that all is in complete millions of words from the nine-hole play five num. The front nine was played jury. Newcomers to the squadare Probable starters against
I public. The general opinion of Happyville, or Paddyville. readiness for the destructive Hamafish and Mama.Mama- hers were drawn and the high for the second consecutive Gary Whiteaker, Morton Mooney will be Green and Sa.
r.. these venerable pioneers in Fish are really fascinating crew, and that the fish, the incessant whining of poker hand from the five time but from now on the Chiles and Chuck Elliott. lava, guards; Sikora and
i, : the world beneath the sea is . But people are more so price must fit the budget He the kids, and the interesting holes designated were the group will alternate play on Sophomore Chiles was the Chiles, forwards; and White.
that nothing can be so completely when they are WATCHING Ie then urged to make the problems set up by mobile winners. The holes drawn the front and back nines Be- leading scorer on last year's alter center.
I shattering as the questioning fish It is at this point, where necessary financial arrangement pets.Not were 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. tween B and 10 a.m. on Mon- Venice Junior High team, The Cougar and Indian
that comes from the people grimaced, and made after which Mama fish until they turn Into the The winners were: day mornings non > participants which finished second In the lor varsities will meet In him
I I average land lubber or true funny faces at moray eels, and Mother fish have decided old homestead up north again Bill Sloan with four t'f and will be able to tee off I preliminary tomorrow the
"Tourist Americana" This is and frowned at the groupers, that they like the place seven does the question hit them an 8; Oscar King with four immediately on the nine not county conference with an 8-J at 8:30: p.m. New coach of night
o an unusual breed of human that I found it was possible to miles back that had the electrically What did we do . S'. and a 7, and George in play by the Breakfast mark Whiteaker played for Venice Jayvees is Jim the
t fish that overruns the country classify the people. heated towel racks. where did we goT Gerdts with the same. Bob Group. the Li'l Indians two years ers. Rap
in vast humor.
The task is the
ously known as vacations
I Whether they are fish or people r
I Within the ]last 30 years . habits and customscan
much has been accomplished be broken down into definite -
in creating this necessary order orders and tagged t with yaw ww a w rlvarlra i ski Q
i by classifying the thousands latin gimmicks Our specimens 0"
of species as they were are "alive." Fish speci.
I discovered. The advent of the mens are pickled in tormalde- DEAR' IS a am I
aqualung made possible extended hyde. Some of the hardest to .
I forays into the deep study human specimens hare 1 \\\Y'I\)
with expeditions under direction been pickled in alcohol. This \\
of such well known
t. personalities Is a unique do-it-yourself pick.
as Costeau, Link, ling process which sometimes
I Bloommedale, Lin d b e r g h, gets[ nauseating to watch.
I Clarke, Haas, and many others Most tavernkeepers benefit
engaged in the widely diversified from' this.Throughout.

studies. the psuedo scientific r
The public has responded dissertation on these .
with intense Interest. More nomadic humans, we ask ttANTAj
I recently this was proved by your indulgence. You may !

the theatrical rousing success financial of and theFlipper" recognize some specimens -
that have not been
series, on a surprising yet captured -
low budget of several or classified . .
peanut butter sandwiches for Please jot down the details,
1 the kid actors, and a few pails and send them along We will >>a >>)f ;
I of fish for the porpoise. The
publish some of the choicer
,I profit ratio of this picture' specimens that visit our coast GENERAL
was extremely high Hollywood |;
spies even rumored that his winter. Watch for them.
j the cameraman and director ,

1. I i were (paid seconds off in from kippered the canning herring -- The Vive Aimless et Fulfils Flounder auo'' 'k 2-DOOR COMBINATIONREFRIGERATORFREEZER

f | plant). A particularly likeable sort o I : 1
Gathering momentum too, of a visitor, who reacts to almost f
Is the ever-Increasing arrayof i ,
1 j public fish any suggestion and will '
watching '
;" tractions such as Marineland go to all ends to have the fun One of the.biggest Values .
I .. I of Florida, Marineland of the -
} have
we !
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Since the
beginning of the 1
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the Johns Pass Aquarium I
896, more than 208 million t'
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i I I' 4
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by the Men Golf Association All Transistor
Tied for first with TD12DA
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I tl I the Lake Venice Golf Club
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score: R Monk, M Hay-wood, ,
I \ I was a four-man dog fight I v I
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I I, _ _ _ _ _ I Third with a minus one
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: for anenjoyable Rayburn, G. Hermansen and
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GOLF The contest this weekendwill
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r event, with full handicap. 14"
\ I TRY Members must sign the entry ., Big -
SARASOTAGOLF sheet in the pro-shop before
going off the tee
and the game
I a CLUB must be played on Friday
: J Saturday or Sunday. At the
\ I DAILY GREEN CO 00 end of play the score card, POUNDWASHER
I !.a 1 signed and attested, and I s. tr"ay y
I I Rd. showing the last names of the
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1 and Mrs Douglas WUfl for scuba diving Indicated a "Roomful Of Roses" CastEditor's .

president and secreI need exists for nationwide
the Venice Grouper public regulatory r
I protection:
Diving Club, attend. for divers. ( Notet In coop- Lakeland. Ha has one married
r American Medical He pointed I eratlon with The Little daughter, Lynn. He is a
e Diving session of are now there ttA Theatre, The GONDOLIER veteran of World War II, and I
Scuba ConferenceMedical one million divers presents a sketch of the has been in the newspaper j
National in this
,,0 country and it r
Aspects In actors and characters In field since that time A member -
week In Miami therefore becomes extremely p the group's next production of the Venice Lions Club, : j
last Important that some sort of "A Roomful of Roses," he is active in Little League/
protection be S Dee 16-19). work, having coached a team I
provided In
said are.f or-i
Williamson! EMILT THOMAS for the past four yearsAs .
difficulties In der to prevent scuba diving By
I the pros Spotlighted today in The Willamay, Dorothy Elliewill
hygenic air supply fatalities from unhygenlc air Little Theatre's upcoming play a sympathetic Negro J;
I production, "A Roomful of maid who is much a partof
loses," is the 15yearoldstar the Fallen family, and
Wendy Dillon, and two gives much assistance in ,
Motel Owners and Businessmen of the supporting cast. The making the newcomer, Bridget '
play opens Dec It for a four- / feel at home with her i

HERE IS A NEW SERVICE performance run at The Little mother and new family, with ''I l
Theatre at Venice Airport whom she has never lived
; Wendy is the daughter/ of
Miss Ellis, retired teacher .
a -
VLT board member Mrs I
MAILING LIST AND MAKE THOSE PERIODIC Sam Pillon; and Dillon, The came to Venice from I II

'lUNGS FOR YOU AT A SAVINGS IN TIME AND ; t She GONDOLIER will portray news Bridget editor.Mac. I Washington, D. C Her '
WILL KEEP YOUR MAILING LIST theatrical training comesfrom :
NEY. e Gowan, a child of a broken
!. WE CAN ALSO PRINT YOUR LETTERS, + ? marriage who has lived with high school and Sunday !
KDS, FOLDERS AND MAILING ENVELOPES TOE her father since the separa- school play work in Livonia
E YOU A COMPLETE SERVICE. FOR FURTHER Ion of her parents. She becomes and Rochester, N Y., and in

RMATION CALL OR WRITE: withdrawn when she college
finds that her father has sent
John Erich of Sarasota, will
SOUTHERN CHURCH her away to live with her
mother only because he is to'be direct Tickets will go on sale)

VELOPE AND SUPPLY COMPANY remarried and does not the week of the play etBeall'
wish to encumber wife
a new Department Store In
iAso with the child.
Boa 1027 Venice, Fie. 33595e Miss Dillon, a junior at Venice Shopping Center.CHRISTMAS .
488.3095 Paul Cotherman, Mgr. Venice High School, has done

s of the This aerial view of the South 40 play reading with The Little GIFTTo
'SOUTH 40' FROM THE AIR Bids on construction yaar. Theatre group, as well as
of the new South County 'court.I complex shows the> area ai It now appears work with the VHS drama Provide Complete Year
f house' and welcome station will be opened The Englewood Road south can b. seen club. She is a member of the
''ai r I by the Sarasota County commission at II running diagonally across the bottom of the Venice Civic Orchestra and Around Sleeping Comfort
I a m. Tuesday and awarded before the first picture from I.ft to right. the VHS Orchestra, a cheerleader Automatic Bed Wormer
and editor of "The For Double or Twin Bed
Penny Review," school liter-
i Bus Sabotage alT publication. She has livedIn 36 Set'o
.U Venice for eight years QL1T d't
Cuban since coming to this area with
Urged By
her family from Mercer, Pa.
Why LA The role of Carl MacGowan
Via Radio PleaI will be taken by Courtney WilIs 'S WqqI"P
'6S Fury I The GONDOLIER adver-

A former Cuban bus driver thing manager. He depicts a 1r- 1 T. S
Ir father, bitter over his divorce REeMMEIgID nvveovrm I
; has urged via a radio broad.
cast carried by American radio who has hardened his
Wait ?
I stations, including Ven.Ice' heart against the world and
,4 I his daughter and, in doing so,
Other WAMR, that his coworkers $24.95
cars has caused her to shun love
sabotage the newly-purchased
and affection as things to be
British busses In Cuba. 5 YEAR-WARRANTY
still have not matchedthe The point that Fidel Castro mistrusted.
J4lp Willis has been seen In the
may control Cuba, but not in JERRY'S
play, "Desk Set" 1962, and
f control the minds and hearts In with the Little
5-year/50,000-mile engine P of the people, especially the Theatre He moved to, SHOE COMFORT SHOP

6 bus drivers, was brought out Venice with his wife Zell, I 251 S. Tamiam! Trail
by former Congressman WaIter and son Randy, a junior high
Venice Fla.
and drive train H. Judd when he
warranty1" our read a schooler, four years ago from
letter from the former Cuban I I
N bus driver on the "American ,
65 Plymouths. r Security Council Washington
Report of the Air"
The program which reports
Buywe. on developments in the Cold MAIL ORDERS
War. I Is broadcast by> WAMRat
4:05: p.m. Monday through

rr,' Friday. I
The driver's letter told how
I he had sabotaged all of the
Plymouth American manufactured buses
4 t. NOW!
and he called for continued \

British wrecking vehicles.of the new S

Commenting on the letter,
Judd declared "The people
Nowl! of Communist I controlled GRAND OPENING
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constant resistance from with
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5 raw or 50,000 mile, whichever first, agi i nst defects: : In material and workmanship and BIGGER THAN MAMA
rcM Dealer of business, the
Authorized plan
will 1 replica or repair at 1 Corporation
engine block head and Intlrnar.artl., intake manifold water pump transmission case and Internal
parts (excluding manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft universal joints rear axle and differential Mrs. LaVerne Schrlock knew
and rear wheel Its 1965 automobiles' provided the owner has the engine oil her cat was a good providerfor ON EARTH"lAkl /
changed every 3 Ibrx.rooill:: ill I.I whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every seconded each litter of kittens but
change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 5 months end replaced every 2 years, end mama cat overdid the feeding
every 6 months furnishes to such s dealer evidence of performance of the required service end routine on the last offspring
request the dealer to certify ((1)) receipt of each evidence and ((2)) the cars then current mileage After bringing in numerous UR THRHUNG
mice and rats for her kittens 0 1ft Corn
ID rerfomx-K..
the big cat dragged 7"
Plymouthland is the place home a full grown o'possum
Instead of being happy SAT. 2 P.M. r8 P.M SUN. 2 P.M. ft i M*.
the bountiful fare Mrs Sch

,___NIIOIIIIIa .sore wsRi STOCKING STUFFERS Hey, fallai, how'd you like to only rlock confused said, the kittens were CIRCUS ARENA '

find something like this In your stockings coma Christmas FLORIDA,
morning? Jolly Old St. Nick (thati' him In the middle)
WOOD the North Pole ha found it on
never had It to good at as ALLNEWIi \
his visit to Venice last Friday night to open the yuletide
HRYSLER-PLYMOUTH MOTORS. INC. shopping season. Santa'i 'Christmas cooluet' are Lois White .

(left), a former Miss Venice, and Carol Reese, Sarasota.

South Trail Venice Phone 488-6745 Both gall are part of Floridaland't bevy of beauties.e II I I,

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News Of Activities In North Port Charlotte Area J JBy


New officers Fir Dept.of* Robert NPCI. supper ter at the Community Cons' Pittsburgh Club met early to the executive committeewere meeting of the Boat Club In Mrs. Joseph Fox has been change has also been planned trict, initiated the following 'i
Volunteer showalter, president; Wil 5:00 on Sunday, Dec. 13, at last Thursday evening for a Mr John Cameron, Mr. the absence of CommodoreBob I named chairman of the entertainment and Santa vista the Boat member and presented them j
Lessard, vice-president them p.m. The Christmas Covered Dish Dinner proceeding Kenneth Booher and Mr. Cal- Canfleld, who was un committtee and Club party every year with the WWI emblems
frid LaMeur, secretary; will be used In the dec. the regular meeting at vin Blakely. aM to attend due to a recent -has has numerous surprises Charles McMillan John Fit*.
Warren New ; 7:30.: Plans were formulated foe accident in which he suffered for the Members of the Kansas- Patrick, Dewey Matthews, ,
and Leonard treasurer. The regular planned group.
meeting of the: Missouri Club will meet Saturday Floyd Vail and CharlesBrown i
Others serving on the board ECW!: will be held at the home' The club elected new officers the Christmas Party to beheld three fractured ribs. It Mrs. Frank Carroll, chair- Dec. 12th at 12-30: fora '
are Sam Matthews, William f. Mrs- William Troughton for 1965. They are Mr. at the Community Cen- I.I hoped that Bob will b* feelIng man of the refreshments com Buffet Luncheon at Ryden The new bylaws and resolutions

Bartek and "Doc" Henrlksen, 318 Marlus Road on Tuesday, Walter Earnest president; ter on Saturday Dec. 19, at well enough to attend the mittee asks that reservations Congress Inn, Charlotte Har committee consisting of I
tire chief. Dec 15, at 10 All William A. Garvey, Albert
a m.
Episcopal bor. A Christmas musical p
Henriksen announced Mr. Raleigh Talbert, vie- 7:30 p.m. Old Fashioned Christmas Party be made in advance so they program
Chief i women are invited to at . U being provided by the Ooll Harold Redding and ;i
application forms for associate tend. president; Mrs. Marlon Kelsey planned by the Boat Club will know how many to prepare Rev. and Mrs. H. Thomas Frank Rodman, met last Friday
membership for 1985 are . secretary; and Mrs. Anna Vic Commodore Hub r t next Thursday, Dec 17, at for. Her phone number . Dec. 4, for their first
being sent out. The fire department I Members of the GreaterNorth Harr, treasurer. Elected McKlbbrn presided at the last 7.30: at the center I I. 426-1023. A 50 cent gift ex- W.W. I Veterans, Barracks meeting.
is doing its share The next meeting will be on I
2743 North Port Charlotte initiated
are you doing yours? Your five new members at I Thursday, Jan. 7, at 2:00: p.m. ,,
fir* department emergency Citrus HitsComeback the meeting last Thursday,' at Center. . >r
Charlotte Personals
Port -I
number I I. 488-2284 keep it Dec. 3, when they met at the The North Port Woman's

handy.C. . Community Center for their Club will meet today, Dec.

Members and guests of St. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Louis dinner regular meeting. 10, at 1:30: pm. at the Community .
Prof umo, a retired attack last Monday eveningand per. After the guests Newly elected Commander
Center for Its annual
Nathaniel Episcopal Churchwill Gibbs on Martins Road are dentist. was taken to Venice Hon enjoyed fishing and games Schmelke the
at Christmas
leaving Dec . Florida citrus! fruits are presided Party. The group
held their covered dish \ for Tampa pital. Guests attending were their
Goll lo-
meeting Mr. will be entertained with
Airport where they will take Mr. and Mrs. Roy Claunchon . houseguest, Mrs George: Lucas making a comeback the cal service officer explained Christmas Musical. a
the plane for Chester, W. Va. Pontiac Lane entertainedtheir Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johnon visiting bam from Cuya- I 1964-6 crop shows a markedrecovery the new pension law to the . .
to spend the Christmas holidays son and his family, Captain Angle Place are entertaining hoga Falls, Ohio; Mr. and I from the 1962 group. Mr. McCard won the The North Port Charlotte "
with their two sons, Don. and Mrs. George Claunch u their houseguest their Mrs. Glenn Rohrbaogh Mr. freeze, according to Fred turkey donated by the Bar- city commissioners will meet
I aid and Gary and their fam end their three children, grandson, Robert John from and Mrs. Walter Earnest, Mr. Lawrence, citricul t u r I a t, racks. next Monday evening, Dec. ',.
ilies. They also plan to visit George Jr. 4, Vickie, 8, and New Castle, Ind. Robert plansto and Mrs. Reno Peru and Mr. Florida Service.The Agricultural. Frank Rodman, senior vice- 14, at 7 o'clock at the Community -
with Mrs. Gibb's mother Julie (, from Mary Esther, be here until Christmas.Mr and Mrs. Harry Brown. commander of the Third Dis Center.
. Fla. Captain Claunch Is in . . early mid-season and
Mr. and Mrs, William Gar the U.S. Air Force and is stationed and Mrs. Robert Sho- Mrs. John Shldler and daughter navel orange crop Is expectedto The GONDOLIER, Venice, FI... Thurs., Dec 10, 1944-11 I
be 37 cent larger thanlast
vey returned from Charleston at Bglln Air Force walter on East Safford Terrace Lleschen, from Wil- year.per Grapefruit production -

SC. where they enjoyeda Base. . entertained a number of llamsburg Va. hav e been should be up 25 per cent, I *
nice visit with their daugh Mrs. Fred Wilhelm on MIdas their neighbors with Thanksgiving visiting with Mrs. Florence and the tangerine crop Is ex- YOU CAN SAVE 3 WAYSOn
O ter-in-law, Alice Grsvey and pected to be 22 per cent larg
Place suffered a heart dinner and buffet sup- ShIdler on Jeffery Avenue.
as young grandson, Peter. Theirson Auto Insurance
Lt. William A. Garvey, er.All this means plenty of citrus
Jr was on duty on the Polaris Building Shows for the holiday season, I 1. LOW RATES
Submarine, the V.S.S. Nathan Venice East NewsBy says Lawrence.The 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
get home for Thanksgiving Drop
Organization of Amer-
but plans to be home for SALLY STUBBS
Babt's Plumbing Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Gar Building construction in the ican States comprises 21 nations 4'a4
vey plan to be back in Char. Robert Duchene of rough. of 122 Sandhurst Dr. City of Venice continues of North Central and
Co., Inc leston for Christmas also, Venice East Boulevard andMI' are Mr. and Mr. Alfred Min ahead of last year although South.America and the Cart.bbean. I

when the family can be to and Mrs. W. J. Walkerof ottl from North Syracuse, N. again In November It took a
488-5282 gether. On the way home they 101 Sandhurst Dr. spent Y. The Burroughs are farm- 116 W. Venice Avenue
Radio Equipped Trucks stopped off in Sun City to visit last weekend in St. Augustine erly from Syracuse and have drop when only $54,015 In permits Th exploration and 43-year: :
P.O. Box 454, Nokomis. with their friends Dr. and Beach. They were the house- been friends of the Mlnottls were Issued study of the monumental Indian Telephone: 488-2289
guests of Mr. Diiehcne'i cousins for years. The Minottl will be According to records in the ruins at Pueblo Bonito,
Mr. and Mr. Marcell houseguests at the Burroughsuntil office of Building Inspector I in New Mexico's Chaco Canyon -
Gillet. they find an apartmentIn end in 1964.
Guy E. Curwood, this brings
-- the area as they plan
Grove A new Venice East resident stay here for at least six the total for the first 11 ,
Hayes Is Mrs. Henri Peyraud, formerly months. months of the year to $2,168-
of Columbus, Ohio. Mrs.peyr.ud' 238 which is a marked Increase -
I last 11 I J 7a 14 fat 81l t4f e
Nokomis Fla. new horn is at 310 More Liberal over year's "
Venice East Blvd. month total of $1,316,989. ,
-- However, In November of last
Y j Growers Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence year permits issued amounted '
& O'Brien of 625: Venice East GI Benefits to $226,130. -
\ Shippers Blvd. are anxiously awaitinga In October of this year the 1
holiday visit from their son total permits Issued were
; of Quality Citrus Fruit and family from Newark, Due ShortlyST. $79,550, $25,435 more than in .. yM+!
Del. They are Mr. and Mrs. November.The e RUG SERVICE lie ::1
Lawrence O'Brien Jr. and residence permits were HOME FURNISHING 1
NOW IN SEASON daughter Krissie.! Mr. O'Brien PETERSBURG M. for K. and R. Construction, e PATIO SHOPS
will be on vacation from his T. Dixon of the Florida Department Lot 10, Block 14, $13,000; Mrs. FREE DECORATING
business association with the of Veterans Affairs, P. Hyde Lot 22 and one-half e ACCESSORIES
TANGELOS JUICE ORANGES Research Department of Du. said today further Informa of Lot 21, Block 124, $9,000; e GIFT IDEASatt
pont. tion has been received on the Donald Heath Lot 18, Block
NAVEL ORANGES FRESH ORANGE JUICE -- new law which liberalizes the 7, East Gate, $12,000 and Donald -

PINK AND WHITE GRAPEFRUIT Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Funkof current pension program for Heath, Lot 20, Block 7, .,
174 Venice East Blvd. will veterans of World War I, East Gate, $12,000.
PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS. ORDERS NOW be leaving Monday for three II and the Korean Conflict, Other permits were for Gordon
weeks In the East. In Glen and their widows and chil Weanch, Lot 18, Block i iAt
Rock, N. JntteI.I\\ dren. 213, $325: fence; George
TANGELOS AND GRAPEFRUIT their sons Mr. It Increases most pension Smith, Lot 7, Block 31, $5,000, HOUSE OF FURNITURE
and Mrs. Wilbur John Funk rates by approximately seven garage addition; A. Guidlcl,
and their children Jimmie, percent effective Jan. 1, 1965, parts of Lot 21 and 20, Block 421 S. Tamtam! Tr. Venice ,
1/2 BUSHEL delivered price . . . . $6.25 Becky, Mark and Wilbur John with the highest rate of pension 219, $1,091 Florida room; Venice Shopping Canter.
Funk Jr. They will spent partof $100 to $115 per month William Bell, Apt. 27, Yacht
(only Silo more to far western states) the time on Staten Island, -provided for veterans with Club Apts., $350, carport; 7'rUIS
N. Y., where they will visit the lowest incomes. George T. Bronaugh, Lots 3
TRY OUR DELICIOUS TROPICAL JELLIES & CANDIES Mrs. Helen Glensor, Mr. and Additionally, the pensionaid and 4, Block 40, $1,000, garage SERVING SOUTH COUNTY FOR
Mrs. Thomas Ryan and Mr. and attendance allowancewas and Mr. and Mrs. J. I
Grove and Packing House Located on Albe Farm Road and Mrs. A. Kelley. The Increased from $70 to Victor, parts of Lots 17 and
Funks plan to return to Venice $100 monthly; and a new pension 18, Lot 88, $249, fence. :!!m\' fm ,Jolt.
(North End of Venice By-Wy) East sometime in early allowance of $35 per
January. month was provided for
-- housebound veterans.
Visitors at the home of Mr. Veterans who are paid the
and Mrs. Frederick Bur- aid and attendance_allowancemay 'B5 DodgeCorn I'
also be furnished tree
prescription drugs and medi
This law also provides, Dix-
on said additional Income exclusions
and amends the other
income provisions to exempt now..a big full-size beautyyou
\ 10 per cent of all retire-
ment income and to exclude ,
all of the spouse's earned in- J
come, or $1,200, whichever is
the Dixon greater.said that all veteranson :

A1\t: VA pension should be can own for less than

CTomOffl counseled County by their Service local Officer Veterans -,

or by members of his staff,
located at the three FloridaVA
hospitals and at his head-
CIIJ'iJl1SClIfJ quarters office located in the

Veterans Office Administration St. Petersburg Regional the cost of those 'so-called .

JJfff race t Beach.TrooperBill low priced cars! :,1 .


; ...bOvercrowding :: \ :

Irs a merry feeling to have money for holiday shopping! A I \ (

each week builds' up to one big Christmas Club
small payment : I ; I
Club you'll be set for Ii
check. By starting your Christmas I i

buying without borrowing or piling up bills. s

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FREE GIFT Merry Christmas Carols,

an exclusive LP record with four great

artists performing your Christmas favorites .

yours free, simply for open !

Ing a Christmas Club with us! I That's right!A brand new'65 Dodge( Coronet-loaded with luxury-still costs less than comparable modelsof k

the low price three. Doubt it? Just check the facts and figures then go see your Dodge Boys for your
/ I vthfcft with '1//
passengers Is ont of the most own b-autiful Coronet-the hot new Dodge at the new lower price. ,

VENICE-NOKOMiS BANK it dangtrous practical a driver ,
can permit Special can should
WEST VENICE AVENUE .. be taken not to crowd the
I 304
@ VENICE FLORIDA p!{LANK driver or to confine'''the driver's .
I arm movements If he Is re .
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"Sorowfa Co.oOft.ot ", ". quired to act quickly In an DODGE

I emergency 3.15 I BOYS 915 S. Tamlami Trail Phone 488-3965 Venice, Fla.

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"f1,,,, (" """' :" VnTc. 1=1.. Thurs.. Dee. 10, t964CLASSIFIED Mobile Homes_ Legals Civic Meeting\


Urge bedrooms C.B. Florida, screened room porch, utl IN JUDICIAL COUNTY ltr.oa1DA.OlianUDB CIRCUIT.BARABOTA ., The Grove

L. PHKLAN City Civic Assn. will hold its OCCUPANCY
air conditioned.
Ity room,
?Iniautf. In
I ; ADSl Carport, work room. Lot SOx ... r.o.o ?.. ,,.,MW1LLJAB December meeting today
112 ft. Good water. C L. five- PAUL FBBLAN the Charlotte County Building

nan, 1736 Ravenna St., Nokomis NOTCB"TO! OFF WOOD on Placlda Road. NEW HOMES

East. TO WILlIAM PAW. PHKLArT AVKNIIB' 1IOTMRTROPOUTAN proposition On the agenda of the will organization be the.

-I II! CLASSIFIED ADS Houses For Sale Rentals Misc. For Sale new. 1J4 bath, air conditioned "bean that tiled a aamplalnt avafnat voo for, nnd dl....vo... .nrraiiilred .... the establishment of a --

carport and Utility Ph. eerra a enpr at0in rou recreational park in Grove CENTRAL HEAT

CASH RATES NEW HOMEIn ONE!:, TWO, THREE room PLANTS FOR SALE 488-4747. 05 tha 01'to plahitirra plaadlns. attarnara.ta tha aeniplahi Boom.Haaen ;. City.Other AIR CONDmONEO t

furnished Apts., Venice. Holly bushes . . . . . . 50 and bnhordlnir.' florl?. Power Important matters
.. East Gate. 2 Br. IK Bulidlnr --
; ,
Legals a Lltht P. O. Bol UN
12.Word Minimum Baths. New refrigerator, from $40 monthly up. Walk to Calomondin with fruit ..$1.50 Vanloa Plorlria. and tIle the orltlnalanawar will come before the memo G. L
town and beach. Call 474-256. Norfolk Island Pine ... 2.00 or pleadlne' In tna offlc.' aftha bership and President James KITCHENS
/J washer and dryer. Completely NOTICE!: OP INTENTION!: Clara. of the Clrentt. Court, Sara- : -
:' ONE INSERTION lot Grafted Gardenia ..... 1.25 TO KEOIHTER FICTITIOUS NUll. aiH' Conntr' Ploriria, on or before the Padovano urges all membersand -
:I draped. Large 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED Shore Juniper ... . ...., ,73 Tha nndenlcnad doea borebr aertlfa tf dar.: .>f >!... .,''.:. IMi. If ran fall Grove City residents to DOUBLE GARAGE
'b 8c Per Word well shrubbed.CALL has be to eonduettne; a nIne aniBualnee to da ao. iudinnant by daaraa pro
;',. I' 488-4242 or 488-4730 home. Private dock on My- Dwarf Carlsaa . "... .75 .5-men : In 5.mmia: CoantpFlorldi .,... will be taken ncalnatfor p. attend this important session --
't akka River. $100 monthly. Ph. Roeboelini palm, large. 7.50 ALADDIN' trader MOVING the flrtltlmie,* STORAGE name and e I tha rallaf d.soina.d. In the and participate in the organ LANDSCAPED> /LOTS

: ; SUNDAY AND THURSDAY Lots For Sale Thomas Bait Ranch, 488-476. Queen palm . .$1.50-$1000 that Mid firm fa eonpoeed of Uit fokfowlni plilnL DONIII and ORDtlRJOD: : at ization' activities for the improvement --
t Citrus tree . ... . .. . 250 pereoneStoran ._ ..MM sdDim. 11._ Cintp. Florida, thle If din of Grove City and
UNFURNISHED DUPLEX In .. 0' ..,d._ ... .. '01"""" I of 11--' 5054. CENTRAL .WATEp
t MELROY'S NURSERY Jnha M. w.e. usa HubOI' lirimb W. A. WYNNB.k Charlotte County.
70c Each WATERFRONT LOTS. Don Bayshore Estate Phone .
t, I Vonl. C... of OlmiltSaraaMa Coart will I oS SEWER
I 4 I. Bay or Roberta Sacrifice. 488-3182. Laurel, Florida 0.n.T&ilp at Ai.ddl." Yn4.g a Canntr. oa.BOONB. President Padovano -
Sc Each Additional I WordFor $1,500 Phone 4886068. Turn east at Laurel Road I ll na followei HAZEN a IItPdORDING, designate a nominating committee
; up. John M W.I, 100 per Mitt lorlda Powar a Lllht Bolldl... Many Oft, FtoIlII'tI
: ::1 I J 3 I ROOM air conditioned eficlency. and turn right 3rd road It It nr Intention to apply fc thi anlra.? Florida. to preeent a slate of
Cessna RESIOIIN" LOTS Clerk of Ih.. Circuit Court in ad Cnn.a.mnnt. Publlabl Nor. II, M Dai. t la. I.... candidate for offices, at the -
or season .
Atato ) m l.rfada .
\ AII-C.O typo veNice BUSINESS sings Vms P'knId'', 0. mei.t.rth.
-----I J : t thera to cbarta af II aentan OWNER. LOU JACOBS. 4M-SUt. al. Adults. Two fifty-one Na 10-LENOX RED BORDER mid Sm.. AI.ddI l ',. Unning & Sm. general election meeting tobe SEE

.1' ,' I U..II.for. for each ana t,..Iniwnion...tlr' "' ..M..rwr.eentn n nau (corner Pensacola). service plates, 6 glass dessert 5 tooM..? smdnn Lewa"of.. Fiorina provtolo::,..Arta.5 of_hmi. IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT held on the third Wednesday -

I 1 A __I.. aharaa of M aantt 10 LOT 70x150 ft. Three orange plates, 8 glass] dessert Wltn_ BIT hand thU ink aw ofNmrember 'N AND FOR sARASOTA COUNTY of February. C. '
s made. for nta if tha Gondolier P. O. trees. Cheap. 18 E. First St. . 1M4. FLORIDA IN PROBATB At the conclusion of Thursday F. HANCOm'GULF
. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED plates, 6 cream John-
,I Boa lumbar to .lu.If.di.J soups, rOSIN M. WJ:8T.: IN REl ESTATB OP !
: .:..::=. Springhill Park, across from 2 bedroom home on ion Bros, S antique soup 1 Publlehl NICIN U. .1 0... S. '0. 'H" WILLIAM DANIEL IRVING night's business sessiona

I 1 I CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Sorrento Shores, off U.S. 41. Nokomis Ave. Available for !vy Ring mirror, I antique TUB COUNTY JUDRPS COURT Dataaiwd.NOTICB TO Probat CREDITORS PI la H... tOt neighborly social hour will CONST. CO.

I 1' Venice 4882852. the season. References ex e I qt copper sauce pan. 1 antique IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY. rO AIL CREDITORS AND PERSONS: be held] with hot coffee served VENICE EAST
( t On. Edition per Inch. .$3OC changed. Byron Markle, copper and lead dipper, FLORID. IN PROBATB HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS by the refreshment committee

1 Both Edition per Inch. .$3.50 Real Estate Realtor] Phone 488-4706. 2! framed coach prints: cam L.IN W.REl VAN ESTATB HOOOLANDDereeMd OP Yon AGAINST ara 'harahr SAID notified ESTATE and, raanrr- under the supervision of Mrs U.s. 41$ South Of Venice

I't era equipment: I 8-mm cam- Pool.... Fll. N... TIU ad. to file anr ahum ':.' demand which Fohn O'Donovan.
I 5 ACRES Venice Farm Road 1 BEDROOM NOTICE! TO CREDITORS ron mar hen aaahiat tha E. of
TRAILER. Utilities -
LINER ADS era, 1 8-mm projector, 2 large ro ALL CREDITORS AND PFR8ONR Will!I.. Sroloe,,wlD. -
All cleared, well good wa t- furnished. Dock privleges. flood-lights with stand, I silver HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ,.f a.r int. C.nnt P0.00.' I.. tha of.CI. .
AGAINST SAID ESTATE .. of 55... JOhN T. GRAHAMaraaota .
J I $1.30 Per er. 5600. Call 488-2790 after Walking distance to
; i screen. Phone 488-1001. Von ar> herebr notified and Conntr and.., In tha CooIDoIp WOLFER MOTORS Inc.
5:.30 p.m. Nokomis Beach. Ph. 488-2434 la lla asp claim ar demand vhleh Court Roma .5 80_ 1I'Iori....
i Ton' .5.,. have tha Estate of within aSs ... month, from the RAMBLER DODGEMS
: : F. H. A. HOMES NEW FURNISHED APART RCA WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR L, W. Van Hooiland, D.eaMid. lateof daw of tha tint publloatlon ., thla? -
; or Saraeota Conntr. Florida In tim of- Notlca.Baek. S. Tamlaml Trait 4884965 _
excellent 4884151
ADJUSTMENT FROM $100 DOWNAs MENT. Season or yea con rim cf ii... JOhN T. GRAHAM, claim. nr' demand moat .. I.
: low as $43 month around. 206 Nassau St. S. Ph. dition. Locke, 860 Paik Dr., Saraaotn County J.d.... In tha Conn* wrltlni. and In dnpUgotat ahall atntotha SPECIALIST IN. .
tjr C..nS HOIIM ., S._ Florida.with plaoa: of naldnM I and poat offloaddrM.
: for cancellation Englewood
Realtor 488-3669.. _,.. ENGINE TUNING
CHIPS JOHNSON. all .d. monthe from tha of tha (Claimant' ahall baworn BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
I or adiuitment became of ertoi Managing Broker for Venice data cf tha fAst publication' of thla to br tha Claimant' hla? Manor C Brake Repair .

f mutt b. mad. for Thursday Area FHA Homes FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM POLAROID Large Size, all Not Foh lea..Ini.. .''a''. at '_..' .uot be I. br hla a *.1J ; .hill faa be and a.ifTho : C front End Allqnmerit, Oil Lubricate chassis
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 306 W. Venice Ave. Duplex. Seasonal or by attachments, filters, etc. miLl and In duplicate! ahalt I etataplaea lain 1 or ., not an filed ba Cti.nqe
pjn oh. : at raeldmra and poat offleaadanaa ? ....... flllm fee mar ba added to Front End Overhaul Adfint Headliqrrh I.
on Monday. For Sunday GOM-- Phone 488-2241 ear.. Nokomis. Call 4883912. One-half price. Locke 860 of u.. Claimant .hall ba the amount of ..'., and .... .",
Park Rd., Englewood. . j DOLIER BEFORE 5 p-m. OPThuriday. MODERN FURNISHED four or hla attorney, aha ba ._..01'" Iud... offlCATHERINB.. S 1 Engine Overhaul .
i" HAS YOUR PROPERTY bir n I17t flllnt fee. and .nr eorhel.lm RPAIOHT. Any Automatic orS Stand
:1\k. I BEEN FOR SALE LONG I rooms, bath garage, on STEVENS MODEL 22-410, ov. ?' or dmand not a> filed, .hall: batold. ..! ., 5.. t.oI.aIe! Radio Repair ard Tranimlnlon RepilrAircondiflonirxj ;
l- Phone 488-3125 A one acre lot. Central heat and ". Tha Mint??' faa mar ba added. to .8 Will?_ Da.1eI Inslin.Attin .
i I TIME AND STILL NOT or under case, cleaning tha amount of 5,5., and .1.'" B a-e, Repair and Installation
'- SOLD? WE HAVE CUSTOMERS air conditioning. Venice area. rod, shells. Like new, $25. forma mar ba obtained. from the Gin.17 .- BLAIR AND DEAN!
Iud. offloaJOHN ? Ill Neaaau Strert,
$85 month. Adults.
Yearly Pen No. 350 Levellne Reel 6Ibs.
t. son
_I Houses For Sale basis. P. O. Box 1302 Venice .
HOMES WEST OF TRAILIN test line 6' heavy rod. Executor of tha blow Vanlra Flortdn.
Fine condition, $15. Venice of L. W. V.. Hooiland." Pnklhhl N.... It. '1. 5. It. IM*. ..
Attractive Ocala Block 2 RLE REALTOR PHONE room for rent. Reasonable sir Nawiii Street, SALESZil
488-4706. Can 488-1872. P. O. Bo* 1171. IN THE COUNTY unGrS COURT y73 1jp..
bedroom 1 bath home BOY'S TWO SPEED, 28-in. Va,?.. Florida. IN AND roB SARASOTA COUNTY
Florida fireplace If.... It. .1. DM. I. II. IM4No. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE AND
room, gasheat. BUSINESS SITE Schwlnn bike. Also Lionel IN RE ESTATE OF
j air conditioner. Fur Business Personals train. Excellent condition. Ph. HARRISON M. REEVE!!: SERVICE
nished. Priced $14,500. IN 1 TOeS COUNTY lunOE" 'OURT. DeoMaed. Prohata" Pile No. TtttNOTICB .
INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY 488-3681. IN AND FOR SARASOTA couNTY. TO CREDITORS!: -America. Na. I Ltoa so ... QeeHtr Geaa In Befere the NanM' Gee O.-
Dressmaking, alterations O IN PI1O5ATS.I. TO ALL CREDITORS: AND PERSONS
I draperies, ete. Reasonable. Auto For Sole W. VAN HOOOLAND, GAINST SAID ESTATE,
( 3 bedrooms. 2 baths spacious 488-1130 Dnn.I MUNOTICB Yin a h..bp souHat 'TIL 10 P.M.
home. Screened porch, NE. corner U.S. 41 and OP PROBATE at. I. f ::a, .. .. .,.::. :I.u..:
Blackburn Point Road FRENCH DRESS 960 VALIANT V200, six cylInder : THE STATE OF FIORIDA TO Att, V. ...,. 0.. .e..s.t tho of
r ; central heat and air condit. DESIGNER 4- loor. Automatic PFRWNS: INTFKFSTFI: ) IN 1 THE HARRISON SC. REEVE.
I 160' <
on Trail opposite Custom made FSTATV OF SAID DKrEDENTt Alpha Music & ApplianceZENITH
dresses ,
ioning. Washer. rods and : i.! 0 wiawara OHHW Iowa in in
1 FLORIDALAND $44 per transmission Low mileage Yon ara narabr. notified that a nell. of Hon. JOHN TS.r GRAHAM .
,, and suits to exact size.Also .
drapes. Many fine feature front foot. Terms. your Excellent condition. Venice wrlttan Initrummt pnrportlnff to betho .. Conntr Iud... \In tha CoantrCourt
t.. In this comparatively new alterations. Very reason. la>t will and *'.Mont of sold HOUM .1 Saraaota Florida ,
: .. _
1 able rates Phone 488-1497 I decedent tea "been .Itted to *thin? alx .....d.. montha from thod.w
home. Priced I $16500. or '
.r' 'j ita In lalo _.*. of tile hat publleMlon. of this
8-5692.. Yon ... within
- harabr aommandad oUca.Each.
VENICE Boats For Sale .5., ..!., .. ra,,,t1.. from tha ..w claim. or demand mist .. mrtUn.
Considering building your TYPEWRITERS of the flow ptibllcatkm of thIs notloalo .. and .. duplicate .hall ..*.
and PHONE 483-2618
own home? Have large selection 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, paved Adding SACRIFICE OFFER 19ft. I : appear In Mid..h'J.nI': ::::. eauM: ha pi... of rmlihne, and poat ofka ., I'
1a ] of fine home sites to street, city water and Machines (mechanically operated If anr pal can, ? of ..5.10t add... of tha Claimant. .hall
sew. .
) Chemically (cleaned length, 8-ft. beam. Pinto- ,In admitting mid will? to pro. be aworn to br tha Claimant' hlaxent
fill :your needs. er. Close in, facing Park. Valvo engine Tunnel stern. b.w .h..ld ",* or kla' ha ne.oompanlad ,
Low down like new. Just $12.50 plus JOHN" ". GRAHAM On Mr Judta br a'mi"Jn"f.: .. aadr I
payment.: parts> if required. All makes. All fiberglassed. Hardtop. S.... Coonrr, Florida.Publlabt aoch claim' or demand not MIM
I FRANK C. RAEBURN. $15,900. Draft 12-in. Wonderful for bay Yin. II. .11 l .. 5. se. 1M4. ahall be raid... The fllln. fee mar
. Venice Stationers 211 W. ..
Realtor be added to tha amount of tha .1.?
Venice Ave. 4886113.BOOKKEEPING and gulf. Lots of room for : .. .1.1. forma mar he obtained from
I! 251 W. Venice Ave. chairs and fishing tackle. .... Ooonrv 50nfflr....
Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 FRANCES E. MURPHY. Controlled both forward andft. The tsetse fly !Is a para- HILA BUrR: COX.

,t. Realtor Income $995. Phone 488-3157. sitic Insect that lives only on .a.L..Anclllarr of the Rrtnta Admlnlitratrix ofRarriaon rent from ECO NO-CAR
4 I car
Tax State-Federal Wage blood. The fly becomes a M Reave Deeaaaaa.ttomari .
301 W. Venice
Ph. Reports. Personal Typing: dangerous carrier of disease IIT Nanaan Snaot,
New 3 bedroom, 2 bath home 488-2718 your home. Champion typist Situations P. O Box 1171.
Wanted after it bites an infected manor
F in center of Venice. Owner Vanloa Florid. we got I
30 I experience. Nominal l so big
years animal. ,. ...
Sale 0.
l reduced. or Rent. 2400 sq. ft. It. 17. It. II. I.
leaving Drastically
building on 200x200 ft. plotin Fee. Charles Z. Nelms 1752 MIDDLE AGED WOMAN de.
Small cash payment.: No closing Banyan Drive Venice Fla. aires
f Venice. light housekeeping,
Suitable for
I' costs.. . store, shop or warehouse.In Phone 488-5254. baby> sitting, care of sick, etc., 'cause we charge so little iI i
Phone 488-2448.
Venice Modern 3
bedroom 2 bath
2 bedroom home. low county double order. Overnight service. Among the "Big I *- In ear rental' ECONOCAft Is First
taxes, loaded fruit trees carport, furnished home. Office) Female HelpWanted In Savingil' Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler-built, car :
I' nicely landscaped. $1,800 Including utilities. Near personal pocket or from as little as 3.$9...Including gsa and oil Inuir-j !

cash no closing. Low month. beach, bank and bay. Rent stock. 488-1432. OPENING OF ante, seat belts. Call for Inquiry pick-up or detivesyECONOCA / '
I t'
ly payments. $650 a month, $1,600 sea-

son.Wooded SHEPARD ;
BIG SACRIFICE in Venice. lot In Englewood. DEALERS ARE NEEDEDI! ,

I I 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, screened 100x200. Only $1295, cash or LUMBER CO. Housewives wishing to add to'the VENICE AUTO SERVICE. ::

porch. oversized double terms. family income, demon .e',99
I 1003 N. Washington Blvd.
Gulf View Section of Venice
garage-workshop. Can easily Sarasotacall rating attractive, practical,. Formerly Ellis Auto Service .
)1 be converted to home operated Corner lot 87x150. Price money saving TUPPER 1-..-.
) Office Beauty Shop. Doctor' $4500. Terms. WARE. Nationally advertised --
\ Tract in Venice Grove 244 E. TAMPA PH. 488-5951 ......
Office home
or any operated ELLIOTT PAUL and has terrific customer acceptance -
business. All near U S. 41. 300x167] or four
I. rooms and demand. For

I r 1 very large. Lot 100x150. Was lots.Terms Trees. Price $4,950. ROOF for TRUSSES further information write SPECIALIZING IN CHRYSLER PRODUCTS GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVENICE
$24.500 now for sale only 17. TUPPERWARE, P. 0. BOX
500 plus Title'! Policy. Owner East Venice Ave. corner Alum. Window & Door
: 1166. St. Petersburg or call
\ must sell. Liberal financing. business lot. Prove $5,000. Contract Roofinq & Painting 444331. Expert service on all mates cars and trucks.: SHOPPING CENTER PH. 4M-IW

I II This won't last so phone right Terms Phone 488-2132 I Venice
. . Broker Help WantedMALE


I 300 :yards from city beach. AND FEMALE out- DISTINCTIVE
For Sale
a 150' X 160' corner of Barce. RentalsAPARTMENTS. aide sales people wanted.

t I 1 i lona and Armada. One of the Motor Club membership sales Real Estate CornerHOMES

I "> few remaining top locations. Season or KNEE-HOLE DESK, almost in the Venice area. Commls- tIr .
I I Now has 2 bedroom home :year. Centrally located. For new. $18. Phone 488-3391. lion payment plan offers good

,t J plus efficiency apartment. Information contact Lil at Income opportunity on either
I I '!< Excellent site for multiple Lillian's 207 W. Venice Ave., TWO-PIECE DANISH Mod- full time or part time basis.

: rental units, motel professional or call 488-2525. ern Sectional, two sets of Send handwritten resume to
1 0 offices private club, covers. Like new. 426-1324. N. M., Box 746. Venice.
I" Vntlo.' Bnotlfol .....i... ..111....... FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED
I I t etc. An excellent investment I'NPl'RNISHFD.' BASF OR BUT. BEDROOM SET. Complete REAL ESTATE YOUR SALES GO
I ; : I, at 31500.. . CALL LOU JACOBS, MI-M.T double. It. blue box spring needed. Kathleen Wilkinson Prices From $8,500 to $38,000

j BYRON MARKLE Realtor ONE BEDROOM Apt. fur- and mattress. Phone 488-6294. teaches. We sponsor or hire. HOMESITES From $850 to $12,500 advertise la

Ph. 4884706I' nished. Good fishing. Call SPECIAL I Be the specially Enroll: now for next class at ACREAGE From $1,200 to $1.500 when yoo

I I'' I.' 488 5127. dressed man for the Holi- I John E. McLaury, Realtor, TRAIL FRONTAGE From $75 per ft. to $200 UP

r Venice' Brautlfol' ....,... ipllt-.Inal. 3 BEDROOMS 2 Bath home day parties. 2 white Lord 282 South Tamlami Trail. Ph. Furnished Mobile Hornet from $4,000 to $7,000
I t' or 488- 898.
West formal 'Jackets size
I I ': CASH IARGA.N. .. IAn TERIiI.I in Nokomis. Unfurnished.
) ti! CALL. LOU JACOBS ....2I1f $75 mo. Near schools. Phone 42 and 44. Midnight blue RONALD V. ARONE
I trousers with satin WANTED AT
: I 488-6068. stripe, 38"and ONCE Raw-
,' '., ,I \ HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. 44". Worn twice. Gentle. leigh Dealer in Charlotte Registered Real Estate Broker

I Buy for balance of mortgage UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, man too extravagant. Prlc.per County! or Venice. Write Raw-
j ; I and small down pay: 2 bath house Call 488-3109 outfit. $33. Value $85 each. leigh, Dept. FAJ 5633, Mem- 501 Villas Dr., Venice Phone 4884163INTERESTED

ii t 'I ment. Pay balanc. aa rent. weekdays after 4 p.m. All day Phone 488'5263.GIRL'S phi,, Teen.WOMAN .


: I \ I'I'I'I I 488-1321. DESIRABLE FURNISHED 2 SKATES size 8, in excellent ER. Apply in person be. ?

Ii bedroom duplex. Close to condition $1300. Call tween 9 a.m. and 2 Gulf
1 I' I 2 BEDROOM. 2 Baths, near beach and town. Yearly or 488-1021 after 5:00: p.m. Restaurant, 220 Miami Ave. Lovely 2 BR. concrete block home. Tile bath utility,

I If I I j I Gulf. By appointment. 519 seasonal. Call 4885000.iB'E H. N. Wlmmerx Realtor carport, stove and refrigerator. ONLY $11,200

I I Gulf St., Venice. fUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS Money To Loan Choice VenIce' Garden lot. Close to trail S'.800
R M APARTMENT, Fuel oil deliveries. S&H REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent $3,660
"J 1 I ) 2 BEDROOM. Florida room, furnished. On Venice beach. Green Stamps. Standard Sorrento Shore corner lot 100 I I 160.1 below cod

[ I t' water, sewer heat pump. Season Call between 10 a.m. Heating Service. Across from BUSINESS OR PROPERTY for Western Union Telegraph For Rent: Fur. *reom Apt. $100 month for "eaion.
$t' 75x125 ft. Shrubs, citrus. $10,. Loans. Unlimited funds
I and 5 p.m., 4882896. fire station 488-4052. Monday thru Friday ? to 51: Saturday to I
j ,I 900. Take trailer. Phone 488- ailable. Personal appointment HAZEL I. CONN
Ii; 4557. HOUSE AT 712 GROVELANDfor : arranged. S. M., Box CLOSED SUNDAYS
Steinway '46 BM RBAL SPrAYS SROUB CAtS ftTAnUAMl Dtnnf A5Md5
rent ,
or buy with small
43 FURNISHED DUPLEX 2 down payment and pay balance George -Plano--I HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TRAJLNOCTM, Of ALBtB IUtoo 11011011'1

Ii j. bedroom 2 bath, heated as rent. Has new central Nelson 1'.0..sua in ae.e5Se

r IEi pool on premises. Phone 488- oil heating, modern kitchen Hallett & Davis Mobile HomesSee p. ... -
I ; I 4883. and two bedrooms Tel. 488- Musette Players ,


, ti 1 Two bedrooms two baths. ON THE BEACH at Casey Allen Lowrey Malta Tank Bank *-... 5mMatse ,.,
on a large lot; paved street. Key, 1 and 2 bedroom COMPLETE SELECTION OF at Aovte o/ dorm netfed'among/ lovely/ free. a.*... Baa I*"* ""TBedNam.

\ Walk to beach. Unusual new apartments. Seasonal Call REBUILT RECONDITION.ED DON ft ROBBIE 2 Bedroom, 2 til. baths, fireplace, central heat end 3 Br. 2 Tile Bath. 2 Car BHane. ill 5' ,.-.

design by RADFORD. Acacia Don Heath 488-2151 or' 488- AND FULLY GUARANTEED MOBILE HOMES sir conditioning, screen porch. Completely fumithed in Garage Air Conditioned BMat, (0's? Water a.4 Sawn*

Lane, "QUEEN PALMS." 6688. PIANOS AND 809 S. Tamlaml Trail, excellent taite. City water and tewer. Priced at Large Lot. will ... .... ZZBandrmaa'a .
Ii Albee Road to Shore Road. VENICEPh.
'I nil
; B Follow signs. 488-4883 4888963 SLEEPING ROOMS, $12 per FROM $123.orida's 488-3414 $17,500. S39,800 S Tin-s OoM HM**.*.
week. Outside entrance. No-
4886651.ATTRACTIVE 1. The Finest In Mobile Homes
( ; ' '
bonnie area. Phone 488-3912. Largest Music Co. MARTIN .. BTANCtf

2 BEDROOM, APIS., on the beach, with 1301 1st St., Mobile Home. Never used. ISALTORa
., I I' .f IH baths panelled Florida pool. For sale] or rent. 100 Opp. Florida Theatre One bedroom. Phone for very REALTOR .r/m. r*. Too/e/ Ry. tt&./ .. m foe*. A"

I I room. Ideally located in Venice The Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph. Open Thurs & Frl. till 9 p.m. low poke 474-1002, 2 Englewood 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 48a.I600-48a.264' Ph. 4814738 216 So. Trail ft .M44*
Gardena. Phone 488-5397. 488-5688, I Pbone 954-1019 Rd.

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1 The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Tfiurt? Dec. TO, T964T3

Nursing Applications Being Takenlast MYF Attends .

Venice area resident will month of training at Venice erts and Velma Runyan. stripes and the nursing school i NOW! II
VII have an opportunity to apply Hospital. They will start Upon completion of the pin. LPN's in Florida com Youth Morals
r for training in the profession here in January and can be state accredited program, mand three-quarter the salary ,
of practical nursing Monday Identified by their grey uniforms students are eligible! to write of registered nurses. Mrs
at Venice Hospital. and name pins, "Stu. the State Licensing ExamI- Rose said their primary duties
Representatives from the dent Practical Nurse" nation which will allow themto are bedside nursing and ConferenceGrace $ GIVBr IOR.EEi4 IV I
Sarasota Community School These students are John practice in Florida and is assisting the physician and !
Practical Nursing Program, Wissmath and Mesdames also recognized by other registered nurse in complex Methodist Youth Fellowship
of which Mrs Guy Rose Is Fraces Baird, Margaret Coor- states. nursing' situations. i members will attendan \
secretary, will be
at a booth Graduates presently
des, Elizabeth Curry, Rose- Graduates the standard -
In the Hospital from 8 am. wear employed in hospitals, doc annual morals conference
until 4 pm. to answer ques bel Fuehrer, Phyllic Curry, white nursing uniform tors' offices, nursing homes for high schoolers at Lees-
tions and take applications Evelyn Lewis, Nadine Rob- and cap with two royal blue and industrial nursing burg tomorrow through Sun, STAMPS

for the 13-month course. With .,, _....._-'.. t
Mrs Rose will be Florence > "-" - day.The ;
Waycaster, R.N., an Instructor Rer. Edward L. Dink GREEN'S FUEL !
in the pragram ins, pastor, will be one of the i
Students accepted will begin for
leaders. The group will leave
classes in February Four
months of the course, two In ':rN tomorrow at 2:30: pm. Cooking, Heating Water I
the summer and two In the Xk Another activity planned Is Heating, Refrigeration,
r y winter, will be conducted at a hayride and a Christmas Motor Fuel, Air ConditionIng \
r Venice Hospital, the rest of caroling program a few days and Gas Ughts I 1 1II
rJ the work being done In Sara. iJpe previous of Christmas. The
iota JcA group expects to carol at
Local students who are now many locations In the Venice 1,200 1 1S
completing the course begunin area. Norma Owen, Bill Car-
February will spend their .raw oil, and Philip Farley are in H Green Stamps with
charge of arrangements each new tank installed dur
Enghwoad WWI Vth, The MYF met Sunday afternoon ing the month of Decem
J L HOUSE of member of Venice Garden Club turned Auxiliary Han Joint for a recreation program bar. t,
M. 15 to Mrs Earl Lau of Winter Park speak on followed by supper and
tittingt. She had a dozen tables setup, complete with /Installation// Dinner programs Kathy Jeffrey presented t,
and china, to Illustrate her talk. She Is shown the program "Dating t
i glass Englewood Barracks 2744, and Going Steady" to the
discussing one Christmas table with member Mr*, WWI Veterans, will have a junior high level members r rI
y Mim combined meeting and din The meeting concluded with
ner with the Ladies' AuxilIary Youth Choir practice and the I

Tuesday noon at the evening Worship service. . ,
(ERE IS NO LOVELIER WAY TO THANK American. Legion Hall la Englewood Starting Dec 20 MYF will . lw r

D' FOR YOUR SIGHT THAN BY GIVING Wives of members will be meet p.m.Sunday instead of afternoons the previous ate w j i

ELPING HAND TO THOSE IN THE DARK!" guests A joint. Installation of officers S pm.are meeting Invited. time. Allyouths Green's Fuel t :

Helen/ Keller// will be held at 2 p.m. This
Donate your eye to the meeting takes the place of OF FLORIDA ;
the next regular Barracks
VENICE BRANCH EYE BANK meeting aw When you buy a plain chiffon CORPORATION :. f
A 50( cent donation will be cake you can give it a
Sponsored by requested 'and those attending homemake touch by cutting it 263 S. Trait Venice :.
VENICE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY VOLUNTEERS are requested to bring C Into two layers and filling and Phone 4S8.
VENICE AREA NOON LIONS CLUB their own table service, Including covering it with your own 2271 i'i't
plate, cup, and silverware frosting. I L
A FEW TIPS on what the course ii all aboutIs secretary of the Sarasota County Community ,
being given to DCT students and nurses School Practical Nursing Program Studentsand I
aides at Venice Hospital by present Practical aides are, left to right, Mr*. Elizabeth
Nurse Training students who graduate in Curry, Aide Linda Sterling, Mrs Nadine EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES

rr SEE February. Adding their comments are, left, Roberts Aide Dalcie Bats and John Witt- EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY
Mrs. Virginia Plausly, R. N, Venice Hospital math Applications can be made at a boothIn
director of Nurses, and Mrs. Guy Rote, right, Venice Hospital Lobby Monday. TRADITIONAL

Let us style your favorite vase
or ceramic Into beautiful lamp

tIDw.i & 1VlaW@f I Drycleaning "Detective" Foils Larcenists Rewiring All lamp Repairs Red yliog/ ,

Gals, if you have larcenyin uated from Venice High microscope and spot the of. Work by Experienced Designers and
your hearts planning to School in June. fender 100 times out of 100. Craftsmen
These days, Bob says, science I It's getting so an honest crook
Park for
Mob! Re let the drycleaner pay has moved into the dry. doesn't have a chance these THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC.
little number
that expensive cleaning picture, keeping days even the drycleanercan't
that you yourself, ruined apace with the hundreds of be "taken to the clean 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA :
BEFORE YOU DECIDE! think twice.It I synthetic fabrics being used ers" any more 1
the Institute
today. At students
he talk back
seems can
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY NOT IN THE DISTANT FUTURE. now, the industry having position of both natural and ,
choice the
Everything' here now for your pleasure. Swimming Pool-Picnic Area.. moved, and into you the field could of end detecting up solvents synthetic and fibers what, bleaches combina and Come take your of} beautifully "r..

Recreation Hall-Shuffleboard tions of the three produce a Clievrolelsofr
with a very red face. different new *
clean, like-new garment.
Rentals/ Restricted fo Adults Only No Per There are two such "cloth. Special courses in leather finishing '

DIRECTIONS Go East on Venice Av. Turn Left at East Gate to Colonial Manor es detective" institutes in the plant maintenance, More ire on tie way every da,. wider,easter to enter,with more
TELEPHONE 4884118 country, according to Bob problem materials, fabrics So if you're Itching to be oft to shoulder room up front., It's
Obendorf who Is studying dry. construction and the like keep 65 Corva the racier,roomier new Corvair.. also got up to 180 hp available Income
I cleaning at one of them In the students at their books as on in. It's longer and the new top-of) -the-line Corsaa. 1I \
well as in the laboratories.Some t,
Washington, D. C. These can tips he passes on -
tell, for sure, whether the In case you haven't learnedthe I If I
manufacturer, the customeror hard way already are I I 6r
the cleaner I. the culprit. Don't wash silks (too much
moisture darkens the fiber),
Bob was home for the don't dryclean fiberglass (the
Thanksgiving holiday with color washes off in the sol 1
his parents, the Carl Oben- vent), and keep rubbrlzed
forte He will complete his materials away from solvents
(they turn the rubber to ,
training at National Instituteof e+
"rock. )
Dry Cleaning on Dec. 18 oh
And yes don't try
and return here to assist In to flummox the cleaners + '
i c
his father's business. He was They have "a friend" at the h"W itiC14 ,
formerly a GONDOLIER institute these days who can
photographer and was ,rad-- put those garments under theWby..rysnmtdeanw

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e rrtJhJtW\ tiful kind 01 Chevrolet for'65. Chevrolet rice, the kind of
65 W let craft manshlp'OU'D find la some : t'
.. II' tegild.VBeavaailabl. I'
cd least one A amoo ol '65'* most expensive carlo I

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i !Ten',where you get.left cat ((2):you CM pick from the widest t''
of going thrifty. Because (1) range of power offered by any
65 CIfCZ n you get the sharpest looking; cariUaize.IncludingthreeV8's. 1(
c\1,5\ Headquarters for Hathaway shirts iI thrift car'Ou'veeverADd with a top output of 300 lip

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hair. The weave I.I WCIievclleHere's the most popular mid quieter, smoother ride that s
+ '4 ,'; .In new fall Its first year: out. Plus skims over roads that would
d a \ Makes 140 fresh-ndutedetyhng.V8'savaib give bigger can a bard time. i

$ jlfors to tee,more to try in the can more people Ivy

The Difference Choose i new Chevrolet; Chenlto, ChiiyH Corsair Corvette coir it yonrtfeatef09S6S3 r

The new f.brlc blend of 651.f7th
Dacron Polyester and t jjPit'P

r Worsted sheds wrinkle DUNCAN CHEVROLETAT
22$ W. Venice Ave. 1
Blenron $65,

Plu 488-1420 THE TRAIL & ENGLEWOOD RD. ; ,

Ph. 488.5708 Ph. 488-3067 '


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GONDOLIER Venice, FI*. Thus! _, D.c. t0, 1964 Do's And Dont's - Adds New

;- : I Library Book

I For Hunters .. -. '

BOWLING Seventy new adult titles' Cabot Wright Begins, by Shoe, by McGw ,

With the opening of thestatewide have been added to the shelves Purdy; Gentle Gunman by Mystique, by !}1t

BLALOCK hunting season I of the Venice Area PublicThe Brand; Inner Room by Ran book of Applied '

JAMES T. AGENCY bunter. received a reminder Library. dal; Katharine Wentworth by by Janaeon Pb
J from the Came and Fresh '
I .. new books Include SI Stevenson; RuaU.,. Empire, Forever New, by
Water Fish
roe urancle INC.I' fiction, JT nonfiction and one by Field; Horse Known the Life with Plc

I most while the season birds Is and open animals on. To.-._. 10' Mia Vr*.h .... M.Ihor reference text. Way, by O'Harat raW= Marriage toy

" ,I eifotViiAed 1929 game others Venetian Bowl :"bI"I K.r.Fry 104. BarV The latest purchase booststo e''. House, by ; New Put lit to 8
are protectedand "Y" Allot
243 W.. VENICE not be killed. Carol Uulbw 46T Hop 3,019 the number of new Frame-up. by Carve; High by Frays; BouGiCs
FLORIDA may Tlit S.. hint Mal Lw... .Mond.r Whltak". no TT. Burk. Ill aad V.r adult volumnei added since ,White Forest, by Allen. by Boutell,
VENICE To be the safe side
on Nit* Ulllr bron, kwr War, C iF' DM.IM, .....1. -Judltk Hardy. Jan. 1. The library now hasmore Non.FlcUolRight o
Selecf end Consult an Ind. hunters should shoot only (Iwnen lit and WO I Al Harek, I
r'i' PHONE Id. Plea Mobil. Horn. tUl, Ed Perlilll ITT Wma Btkwlth IIS hula Bjrlv. than 10,000 volumesavailable Dictionary
pendent Insurance Ag.nt e* you game bird., as most other and Id Oetorhuber. 101 ./ . *a \t?. Can Vam IM and rat MIIU refer Frame by Heydenryk conventional w* Birur.Kjta"1Partrldg.
for loan or
I bird. are protected. The protected B....I Ear War C........ 1005. ; American Local Govern En.
I 488-6791 would Doctor or Lawyer All Brn1. With Bndla. Allw titles Include: .. i it
your twit Cn.lewood: &11 i Houw 10M ence. Newest
list include. all hawks Tar Enirlewood B. ,; ,, 1 0.. Shtllw N1ayaLmli :ment b Blair: Herbert Hoover
: owls, song birds, insectivorous Haw : -a".II"f. Plnw 11.b11.Hoa. !: Hops WMlakw. 1114. Fiction a Biograpily'l by Lyons' ;
'S birds wading bird. shorebirds Court 11-11 Kwr War C...... l" BarrlMt Hares 1104 and Say Hard Blue Sky, by Orau; An American in; Rome by
... 110. ,
t" ..._- .---- --- Ross goose, snow en Hire M-U. Bowler ol the. AI ":U Hl, .,nM ......_. hel... Thomp- 'Hospital, by Hartog;,, Fridaythe Stem; Not Under Oath by
Fuaer.1 BM tadlwTmdar II 1005.Ha'o.q IM5. 1554HAnIstw Rabbi Slept Late, by '
goose, swan and eagles paw DoaUa Kteran; Live at Peace with
: Nit. Plow Calbhan. Mel. aun Kemelman Word of Mouth,
; Nerves
: EXPERIENCED MECHANICS These birds are protected by Bobber. luunuwa, 161 and 4101 John. Uwli 11110lIyakka Doctor Comesto Your by Alvarez;
both the State and U. S. Fish I.I Maker. A 4101 by Weidman; Elizabeth Queen and Moth

I; : Member Chamber of and Wildlife Service. Unprotected baa VrW Au 51;;VltlIEd1: ., T=: Bayard by Seifert; Atonement el', by Fisher; Money to Crow

5'I birds are crow, staring ....dl. .. W...... CoekUII Louni.Hlilli. \ Lanes of Ashley Morden by On, by Chase; Amateur Pho
; Mel lUbbw' Inauruw IIII Bodsworth; Rome, la Noon
B&W Auto Repair English sparrow and and Her MM 17H-1IU. beaks of tographer' Handbook,, by
I ...... by Macpherson; Right Burgee
vulture. tile J_ Underwood.Klan Oir Junior. BWH. Vt.toh Iwrn.lounund Sussman.We .
: i I. MODERN EQUIPMENT I The list of protected animals look Bollock pod to St FoHnburf flr th:* by Lee; When the Bough I Shan Overcome, by
..00C'R'.t Jlril; aiatoh with tlrBnlus.
arreral thbr Girl from
John rend half
: EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE that may not be taken Seaillom win two famw and ) .. Junior.. Sunday. at......<.". Breaks, by Kluger; ,Dormant: Mind That Found
= Better
\ at any time Includes doe and .hot A 101, Jerrr Th. tlrl. BOSS 5g 6. with Unda" Fort Wicked, by Brown; I Itself by Been; Miracle in
ALIGNMENT & WHEEL .nd PM Mlehob' woo the MMHid and M.nno Itartlnl oat wth 17S tarn*1 Part of Valor, by Heat-
1 fawn deer. Key deer cub AI CalktiM ud O- MlehoU worn Gloria Browalo, ndod h.. . the Mountain, by Kane; .
BALANCE F bear, panther. Evergladesmink to. third era* with a 1T1 cam* and Bonnl BAU. to ter; Bodies and Spirits by aD"C
... wit ha '10. Th. I ery4
Dorli tel. mat pint Herr.
: \ : ENGINE TUNE UP & .1, and Florida weasel. G_Mob., Led IKNIMM 0 San UMM, 1551| LoU- CM.lock ij IM. s,. .16.1':1-:1e: ,1 th*Nay St. Double Defector, by Way- of Homerl.and.csping, by
; Beaver, mink and otter may ., Dontaon Sprint C Buunplnl. slot dn I Eckbo; Report of the Warren
: OVERHAUL Coin, Lvindrr. staid. haw a* trouble wlnnlnOtslr land Whirligig of Time by
be taken only during the trap- 44<| brrlt Brink.' Tall Th. "boll kowtod wall I, ; Commission on the Assassination
.j AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE .. 881 Joo KnwuT South Vale Aromolunloir .U-tun. Baton. .h .. Inn bit De Jong; Quiet Game of
I I' ping season December 1 to Fin Dpi Coin but not rood nuuh to of President Kennedy, by
Ii I
: It.j"I .., tho trail hr 44 pin Gauze So What
Stood.Inn. d oT th aeon Bambu by ;
: March Uundrr 557 and
1. Doe deer
TRANSMISSION SERVICE betaken thowM ads the New York Time. Audel'sHome
may k ;
Ii. Pl up
t Trail Coin Uundrr OLIO South- nI'd.1: :: : : whw, Else Is New, by Golden;
under special regula- .... Sprint A Sumpln l.... South at liOO Modernizing and Re- ,..n ;
: I I 1 42 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502 ions during regulated man- v..... Aroa VolunUor Fir DopL Illl th* St. P* Junior' oom.math down for Lan th. Hurrlcan Coming, by Helm; I pair Guide, by Bucknell .
.. and thrw of the ;
and. South Vonfoo y. .. Club tlll9owltr aainw McBain .r
I ..... .towlir. but sat Ax, by ; Explorer by
aged hunts .urwd
: or specified wildlife of tho soak Manarot Haav ard C. I Painting and Drawing inCharcoal
l , ALL WORK GUARANTEED management II... and Jo KraaU.Dme throuch with, th. bit._ _d th.maUh. Keyes: First Papers by Hobson There's not. gW ef
,: areas.its and Oil by i J.
) . 111 and .01 aria Fitzger.aid ,
i .. Canrrolet. Ml.ed Wednw.dar Jbs" Blkor.: Sowled eood lamwfor ; Call After Midnight, by ; Directory of Antique . that you woof I .
Nil. Betty Copeland. Inlle. o1 d BBL Eberhart Kind of ,
th bwt t Anger, by
t j wood] Sorts,. Loan, lei and 4841 ( ( ; Furniture by Hinckley; Help! pleated with our mwt
i Jack Bullock. ., Keltner. Prlntlnl, 111 holed Ambler; Defense by Nabo ,
? 1 1ti ...... D.lry Twin or Venlf* I'm a Prisoner in a Chinese vie*. Safe and
4 Ra
and MO I Tommr Tompklna Cap th. Hood I Dalrr tan from BradentonSaturday kov. ip* I ( ;\ Witer 12001 Blltoh" Show III. Donl. ....,.. and took. th. natchfront Bakery by King; Many very reasonable ritrj.
Bwel Ins BwJtor. 1171 .T. Standlni.1 ofthrw [
rtoltor. tw* lamw out
I1 : Don Bawl Kwl EVtat* imUtt.Enilewood and the total ptaa br M pi... B.Sytteratant Worlds of Leo Rosten by 488-1317 right now.THINK .
; 1 I Hwlnn Loan IO<*-174sod rolled sla IOT tan,* for Community ClubEntertained Rosten; Wounded Land, by
Cap Haw Wafer It-It. Bowler rolled Iseark.
and K. Jenkln.
@ Bradenton Habe Queen of the Plaza
Landrum sod ; by OF
of the look, Bnlra of 144 for ,. oltUo5 milkmen..eerier .
Sandr ShonlonLIdieVaa. ( By Gerson; Nigger by Gregory;
0...... Inwraaw UdlwThnndar .. Ratlnr-C..Hnr Corp. Practical Electrical Wiring
1 I } .,;.. .....'""'". Show Mod* Hood' Dolor' 1W1Harriott Kitchen BandNorth r
i : ; I.... 191 and MOr 8outhen Broad. o'n:' .. Whit*'. .C >ent by Richter; Victorian Glass,
eat' 0 a O K.tak. 1814 Too. Stand. Product. 1714041, Wlltard 5haph.rdI. by Lee
Inn I Show In. ''-1'. ClareNJoApt .. National" Bank 1241 Henry. Wenk. Port Chanotte Kitchen
i.,. ))1: @ *. .1' sod South. Bread. It-*!. 01., Hood. D.,,,,, ,.,-611| Too Crow, Band directed by Mrs. Elements of Radio, by Marcus ;
Bow lor of th. wwk. Helen Fradr. Palming by. Ouram. art pi... an ; Ceramic Sculpture by STORAGi
j .M ,1 Bill MoAoonr'.Lxoaa. Oil Statie. rerur.1 Hood. De,,?. 1471401.otandlnnt Rita Boyle entertained Englewood I
Mliod Orao Wehber Inrle. 8i ndard HMtlnir 51.17Hod's Community Club at I Kenny; Heart Attack: Are
I.. { wood Bavlnn Loan, Ill and 4771' ::s Dally 1540.15 Vi. bt National a i You a Candidate?, by Blum-
I Bar Caldw.ll.l Gave: Cltr "II" 1ST B.nk 1 .lo. potluck dinner Dec. 0.
md Kit ....'. Flower Shop 101 andme M.....p AHorwwn Udlw Wea- Mrs Helen Johnson enfeld; My-shadow Ran Fast,
t ,,1 I.. Cite "flS" 1114 Tae Stand- per Flower, Inilewood Wa.h Houw, was by Sands; Sixpence in her
.. .. Inn Orove Cltr ".." 11-11 Vralo l 8-47tl fc"tll.' U.d Cara .07.I.e.. pianist. The band organized
E > and ,. .. Raw 5$
; Qardena S7H44 Ker Aiener27H24S. 8te.d Bnilewood Wuh earlier this has
; Bowler of th. ark OraeeWiltwr Ifs Ealll. Vwd. Con 87-171 Me*. ;year accepted
1'I and Brur* .i. ehlonw' Roitaurant 1410BMViwft many engagements for
BIO fhllllpi F.rd ..I.ed Bandar W.ter CondllUmlaf milPlnder
NIa-P50 Carney Und O Svin, 1141 Moper Con.truotloti.. tll-(47| Christmas entertaining in the
Elaine Tarn, sooit Florida Comtni Ulk. Bold. Tom Hamm Builder. 1481Spltller area.
.. Vats .... 1012iMBBlandlnm .
tt. 4651| AI Callahan. II. Con.tmrtlon
and era Land 0 Sun 101 and Badford Conitnirtlon and Dinner committee chairmenwere leave theaspirin
22 0. Toun Stalled 01_'. Bakery . l.t National Bank' tied' 81-H, Do.troltrr Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
"SAVE"o'clock 14-11 W. T. Grant S0'441 1'4. and Fl.h T-tl.. Paul r)... c
Terminal' Traiwport Ii... I IIS-tm. 101, G. M...... 100 Pop J...... SOI and Orchard. .Assisting were The
Bowler, of the w..... .thr FrIUhenn art p''.. over averaR* Rev and Mrs. AlexanderLinn
I > l Bill Van How T.._ O..l. Gnat,' Owh Bar, de
1 Bow E. .Boy.r. Jnnler lilt..." t4M7l| Herman Duke, MrakkaLounie. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
t I Bonnie gel..I. 171 sod 4471 Mike Gaff 117- 11. ""'It.,'. _...... Carr Mr. and Mrs. Lynne '
Sheriff., 1611 I Mlk. r>hade, Dlipatch- 128. H.pprl.nd) t84 St.ndlniat Smltty. j: % to us...
era 180 and! 4341, Sheriff. Til andDrputlw '. Brere>ton 14 4. Shamrock Bar Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ;
I Doesn't what time Tgtr" Hardwar and Ponder.
l matter ll'i Leach, Mr. and Mr*. Grady
....... Chair Tier SOI Llguor.. lid 5O . (Ia. Koohn. tot.,
rod IRII I Stewart 121 and tSOS. TwmSUndlniat Iota 101, Dick For SOf Sam Cline, Bessie Rasmussen and '

n it is..if always time M.....Bufflan.11-11. and II.18.CrtfUmea Motors. II-IIII. x_BMW. 518.Veadln Fran Lmn. It... resale Blakeman. Members DANE ARE

II. Bowler of th. .... Charlw Ilr all Dots' 165 I :: : TIM' and guests were welcomed
I' sod. H. C. Man.M.aa. Federal Sarlnn 4t Mr. Mrs. Walter Card
by> and
,' .' Wi.. 1.0011 Cha4w1.1I 1818 StandInni .
Dalrr KM. Re ell Drop -
to save. Open your 741 GI..p Babsker. ".tn>... 4771W.rden FJn.I_ N.....,." ISH-ll-4. and Mr and Mrs. Omar
; I 121 rod Bo.U..1o 409. Tam Plat Federal and Lwhurr Bwltnn" ,, CAR
Stendln,.. Wad, 15.57. 5nU.k '. U-lll, Blalock I........ IS"Berw %' Gibbs.
account here and I 11-2' "' .,..... 111.11. 55.n 1548. r: The club will have a Christmas
::1,, i now d Its .wk. Olnnr Brub.V.Sarawta *. TV !!n........ M..'. lean. -
Wvnian'* Bowllnv ANOria.ln . Lw NoiblU Ikiilewood Bank. party Saturday.
i Too..._.' Staadlnni Th tat Risk Hubert, a...... of Enaw
I Cats bowlnl Uwlr wood wodinid la wood. 184.180. Enirlewood Bank 1077. RENTALLEASE
; SAVE BY 3 PM TODAY EARN FROM DECEMBER 1st their annual tonrnaraont. and ... 1014, Btandlnm Manoo-Crawford. Air
.M nor* wwktnd .. ... This am Oondltlonlnf, 11-tOt Pet. Ikw., SI.II. .
: the Btan<1lnB, .I Inilewood Auto tVrrlre Vi2%.
I "/I." DI>1..... TWM Clorrrlwloitraetora Larrr Joh..... SM-4I. Wwaddl. LwSiBlaor.
j. Still. U.rtlnw S>70, Den 10
\ m WwWrn 2914 .WlnUr. gwrrtarrSmlr ; .' N.roory-Do. Hondrleka. .
i Th;* Coff** Cup t ef."B" Venetian Garden. I2tt' Gmrt Dally
f .. IDhlss. Twaii Norwoodonfinf .WAMH Radio. . tM-117-401. Venetian or RENT
K81 Tarmlnal Trawport Garden. S4M70I. Btandlnm Vonrtl.a
1l lost MMwar TV MJ7. rUr.NJopta. Oardrn. 14 WAMR polo II. Wbh.Int .

t tI tI tI II.., SIM. and Paso Waldaa Show Well.... Lorton.PartrMi tied. Barber 80 Shop Vie, Me.riT" and. telephone o DAY WEEK MONTH YEMESTIL'S

t "e", f'._ "-.. Kmlnirtna 111. Fad .........u SIS-100.
l Park "4I, LndwK-Walpol, f 70.Sanaota Fred y.... 554 Court W 111. 101. John
Crel. x.,. tHU, Strlkln Hourth SOS. Blllr Gwr, ..". -.
t i Gnk 5775 ad 110.1. r..oraI Boas Bill 8tul.,. J. 110.V.IH.1e .
MOra7.M IOYM Ues1r MalE &71'. B..II' C.,. sod SEHViSp( Rent-A-Car
"/I." DI.I.... eoobl.. M. Delio BI. 11.1..1... W. T. Cent's
I sod All.. H._.. 111.. Coal,. Dolt l.(11ny. 6ts14 P.Ito Doll..
W.lten sod DorIo Warr' 1175 B. 4,ti Gerry Duke. PI* 'N Par Drops
I FIRSTctt Will sod F. aum..d. 1171. H. Monts I914U. Venko-Nokoml. Bonk 1011. 488-4488 215 S. TRAIL PH. 4814541
sod. R. Posts 1171 sad H. 011... soda South Florid.. ConWrueUon Sei*.
Mkhiel. 1114. Standlnni ...r.... Funeral Home .,.
I D..blr S. Thom 1*. lAcara Grand. 5.10.. (8u tail.t ..
ERAt ":*B''leIp: rnnnlnihim IMS. t. ,0.i) ."1" _cIrI.... Coutraction
I AVINQ ANO LOA* ASSOCIATION OF *ANA OT* Burke and] M. Thorn 111*. O. Crouch '
sod W. Michael. 11M. Mary Harm 'ireal..! - Lell50 Coop. \*.
sod Lorena Dick 1181 and M. Coop sale. Cardsa. 1174745 Mdn Ms.d. .
; sal V. BUrawo 11.1. II. LMllI ."'a. 45. VasUn
C- D...'.... Doabho R. Bwk. -.rdma I 1111 DI.k Lpn., PoI.tlnor
with and. D. HUb 11M, R. Molls 1004. Gob 50. V. I
i "Oar tHrlMh annjVerio/y year" and P. Bon., 1141, D, Kllnepeter and ...,. Garira.'iirwTmmer''ri'wliitat '
L. Brow 1124 and J. Tailor. aod J. t4>.. Tbelma Dcmarwt 111. fn

I Jabna"/I.".DI.II2fI.",.. 11..1.t that, Ma.ea L's.ii4riti: _. FA.Itnot. '
d2>. Opal Nnhrw BIB Shllr ., IOI-o41i Either Fritrhen. CoI... ,
17. Bo.. Colt, 17S-4K7]
r rml'Bnww. lei, Fred W, l.h ITI.Howird
J I ,I Tray 171. Joha Vralssl
AI took 17Llltr.ll 0
I I' 171 ) c.n..... M''... Helm Kllbr 1
11\ 180-480 c Elliuieth Webs?) Shook
I Is ISO, Jay Ewtmaa, I8M1I Herh pea
tot Jim Baiuten 187441. John MoMrakka -
Lnrhlln 181.
Major Fred Shlnn T-Un.

I I II d J d t, .d P p n >AVr iti 1141 Inn Terry IW-tM.Palntini Bourbwr Th .1881...Bodarer.... Shop BtandlnmSonrbeer Paint-SSIBoduor GIVE BETTER

Til. and Bod.... P.lntln, e
.. tied. 1414-u1l 1 Th. Glad. .-\. Th. m
/ N,1T5 M...'. Shop 11-1T Bill Bodurrr. Ml
Bill Plods til. Al Sloop,.. ins, J.
4 Taboos 101. Gerry Duk. 204. Boo
P......* SOI. John Swtrllon. Ml, Don
I : Walmeley 101
: Willis 100 Bryan
Jobs Houiwworth 121. Henry Wenkn.n -
I0., John MoLaurhll. 10Z Make
I I II : day a holiday
Early Bird. Lol. Bolton, Th. He.. every
I "iII oat Chop I7MHJ An.tin Shark, r""
Op Stools, toil Thivk. T.rlor, Trill.Ponrnom '.
; ; 18l- 4t. Houiienn.n. Airrondltlonlnt
: 801, land-O-fhm: ISI4Undln H/gift
.' >., Co-Op *er..lce Slollo.d" with a
\ clot 17-111 Th. Rare
i..wr0&.cl.1edi.t: Bwfahar It*. i -
i i : 401 I. MIIII. Borherllle 170. If.......'*
I Hendrli 1>4, Ed Gerfcerlch. 1.1. JimIan.
1 1H4-420. Jwa Maul I'" Bar
I Ro........ 114.Bbkxk ,
. I....... Axoner fwM.F.nilnr .
I Golden. "T- Golf CtoV, t04| I 'I -
MI Emma Vott sod Ray Fry*, tied, 414.Bhoej : 5
I I... 100Cl.t 0'I. Bundlnm Dan
I ... Chevrolet. If-10. Whltaaker' Role :
I Klan 11-10. Bill Phillip Ford 11-11 g-
Pat Srhntltt' 171 Beter Myekoff" 178 I '
,I l.aeerda Jwrh l 177. Ad Mueller 187.Dw I
I Soot' 18S. liata Tottm 17J.Beneta .
Plato 110. I

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For Good Things. To Eat! S H sjpx Plale ALL KbgerFher G tries are selected by on independent group of Judges.All winners to be announced during week ,'! \ '
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i *Z59 POPULAR $263 =-= ;
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4 460LW' S100 Astor TIDE ARROW I '
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Dog Food 15 ft" s100 :,
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S 'IJ 1 :

W Council Turns Down Bid I t 1 Y, Area Man Heads

'::1 City Council has turned The motion to sustain the sessment: maintenance workon
Jp down a request to rezone five ZBA's recommendation was the city tax rolls for 1965 I Camera ClubTwo
and one-halt lots on the westside made by Councilman John R. also was approved at a cost .Thi1 1111! i',T k ds
r of Nokomis Avenue Hogan and seconded by Council of $1,250 with $700 to be paid
; ,V In denying the rezoning; President E S. (Bill) by Sarasota County Tax As- Jr 4 rti Venice area men will Venice area who would lit.
\ i 4 council upheld the recommendation Raymond after he had passed sessor William Stuart. Last be installed as president and mow Information about th.
of the Zoning the gavel to Councilman year's cost was $1,20000 and ..1 vice-president of the Sarasota club can contact either Mr
Board of Adjustment. i David Hamilton. Hamilton Gormley explained the $50( 1 J Camera Club at the annual ,Gamber or Mr Baumgarlner'
I Rezoning of the five and 'abstained from voting on the increase by pointing out that Installation and awards ban
I one-half lots from Residence question Not present were there have been approximately quet at T p.m. tonight at the
f I to Business 1 had been Mayor Smyth Brohard and 50 more permits issued Triton Hotel, Lido Beach, Sar-
sought by Realtor C. C Councilman Ralph Anderson this year. aaota. .
.,. : (Chips) Johnson acting on Council also approved a Council, in other action: Robert Comber, Venice
behalf of the Venice Land four-year extension of the e Set the salary of Mrs i dairyman, will be Installed as 01,0
Company, Robert S. Bay- agreement with Mr and Mrs. Blanche J. Cell as managerof i president of the group. Comber A1NROOMSSIoutp
:i nard, D. Grady:, Hough and Robert O. Byrd as conces- the Venice Municipal has been treasurer for BE REARRANGED
Kenneth Woodburn sionaires at the Venice Beech Trailer Park at $5,200 per the past two years Martin REMOOELE4 MIODERNIIEO

Several objections to the pavilion During the informal year. to I Baumgartner of Venice Gardens AND
Agreed purchase a
afternoon council session, will be installed as vice-
rezoning voiced
I' proposed were Full- advertisement in CIAHSED(
i page
I\ at a public hearing Nov.I Councilman Hamilton com- The GONDOLIER'S Circus president. Both are membersof
mented that the Byrd's had the Photographic Societyof
10. The lots are located on
I the west side of the street "met with our highest expectations Mail-away edition at a cost 10 p ly America, and Mr. Baum-
I ." Of $250 Is PSA star exhibi- (
between the First National e Decided to proceed with r gartner a SUSaWNIMWMW.Ly
Bank of Venice and Hough's A proposal by Richard W. of tor. He also was awarded the
: the temporary paving Seaboard -
:\ accounting offices Gormley, Sarasota, for as- Avenue at an estimated print of the year trophy Club from 1
the Florida Camera
cost of $2.500 to $3,000.
16-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thun. Dee. 10, 1764 Authorized monthly Council last year.
_ rw I : e a $30 The Sarasota Camera Club
car allowance for Harry 4A."S 4* r meets the tint and third HILL HILL
Sjoblom, a public works employs
Thursday of each month at
I who uses his own PAVILION PHOTO ART Mrs. M. C. photo of the pavilion war mad by Latlo the Southside Branch of the
''t, ; ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION truck for workApproved white of Newark N. J. and tent to the
Thomas presents I large, black and Vanyur, Sarasota Federal Savings It -
: r : e to the Venice a $25 contribution Grouper photograph of the Venice Beach Pavilion to chamber by him (In appreciation of the warm Loan Assn. Any person In the ,
Snooper Scuba Diving Club C. A. (Nick) Keller, executive director of friendships h* and hit wife mad on their ;
.11 MAINTENANCE' for the purchase: of prizes the Venice Are Chamber of Commerce. The first viiit h_.

for a fossil hunt here Dec. 6,

Lensman Captures CHECK 4HERE II I
t : ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. Each year the tobacco industry Visiting I
uses more than 71 mil-
I lion pounds of aluminum foil; & r\
: ; : f Bat & Cockrill Streets Phone 4884794' nearly 27 billion printed packs

':;. a and 2.7 billion cartons Pavilion Scene On Film

) I! I MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH I Extending the warm handof Mrs Thomas and related the went inland on several trips "U elpo

NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE POLICY friendship always pays and experience. and the Vanyurs found any 15tm ,
I this is exemplified by an unusual Bright and early the next number of interesting speci
I ,; Covtri year ",.1.". h.,",.. prim.l proporty ..4 ponoMl liability Cave.. tea comoo1 ofI happening several morning Mrs. Thomas head mens.
i .I I' "ro. lihtnin9.. wnditorm, hoi tiploiion. riot I civil commotion, (llmf/ oirerift, v.McUf. months ago in Venice. ed for the beach. She laughingly The Vanyurs are native
smeka, vandalism 1 ...Ii.i.. .. i..hi.f, !!!!.f!. filling .b|.el., wads dimigo from plumbing or The "pay-off is an attracive told a GONDOLIER reporter Hungarians who escaped to
I I' '..ting .y.I.", ., blowing) up of .lor 1".tsr( gl I..t bro..*'., framing and. oltctricil 01.migo It by 24 inch, black and that while she usually Germany and came to the
.( I .. appli.ces.I white photograph of the new wasn't too friendly to every- United States from that country -
I 1'1' PACKASI RATES INSIDE CtTt OR IN ADJOINING PARKS Venice Beach Pavilion, taken one, she walked up and down Both were registered
Case'Is, ali,heIy klghor outdo of fire protection.idi by a professional lensman the beach, issuing cheery pharmicists in Hungary but
I from New Jersey and presented "good mornings" to all. were unable to pursue their
MOBILI CAIANA NOME ETC CAR PORTE, S 4.000 S .000 S .000 $10.00' the Venice Area Chamber She was rewarded when a careers in the United State..
2,400, of Commerce on his behalf man with a foreign accent replied Vanyur became a professional
CONTENTS 1.200 1,100 3.000
to her greeting and acknowledged photographer while his wife is
LIABILITY 10.000 10,000 25.000 50.000 How did it all come about? that he was inter- associated with a pharma-
I COST PER YEAR U7 UI 179 897 Mr.. Ralph France was at ested in finding fossils He in- cutlcal concern.
NOTE. This policy >.f NO DEDUCTIBLE. It pr "lint dollar" covortgo for claims (Pea the Venice beach one day troduced himself as Lasle Mrs. France and Mrs.
any ciuut lotto! obovo. Wo dim.* stains promptly. ..... lout cloim cnockt right 'io awe when she heard a man, askIng Vanyur, of Newark N J., Thomas became friendly with . for; the best Christmas ever
f offict. W. ... the for this InMrmco company I. the Vomco Aroo.US In a foreign accent, about and introduced his wife. Van- the couple and the foursome
finding fossils She was un- yur explained they were hereon spent many happy hours together For hundreds of happy Gtmtmoi Club members"
fe/ab- 117/ W. Venice Ayl. able to talk with him but a vacation. Mrs Thomas until the Vanyurs had
)I'V''V' u A.INer TIL.488.2289'fiB thought at once of Mrs M C. I and Mrs. France not only to return to Newark. hereabouts, Santa has already arrived, bringing with
i Thomas, a Venice authorityon I took them on hunting expeditions The picture came. a complete him handsome dwell for lavish gifting without the
fossils Mrs. France called the beach but they
at surprise and a pleasantone lightest strew or strain OK the budget. If "this' kind
Mrs. Thomas said. It is 'of in edvanee Christmas eppoals to chad
taken from south of the pavilion paid- you,
and shows bathers as wellas here for ell the facts!

,,;', < , ...... ; :if those sitting at the table I
, ', ; under the roof. There are also
$, < ,
1'" '" .. v. 1'...,;.. '. ,. _&'ijI portion. of the beach in the
'" background and fleecy clouds
> ': (
; ; : : in the sky.C. .-
I : i ". '
. .." ., . ,,, .. A. (Nick) Keller, executive 'Iii'- ******'*:*
I I'I ',i:'' ';.'. 't 'r"...('" ' \ '. > } ' ',' director of the chamberof FIRST l2RTIG M:
t $.. :'i" : : commerce, said he certainly it.nHOFVEE.tESEE
I )k \i,:: *\f' t. "t. ; ,
-- ,4. };_,.'..,, 4'ori''j! ," "" ;' # appreciated the Vanyurs -
ps ; a' ';'; ; >:, e yEt generous gesture and complimented :
I "
." , .. --e
r"4I ,', Mrs. Thomas and rR oar
> .
: .I :: Mrs. France on their effortsin .
.,. , .,f,_, welcoming stranger to
> '. '" .,, Venice.

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