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 17, 1964
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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: VID00260
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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s 1 Rdbeanafc for the 1965 them. The Wizard of OK." and Insisted on "tailing"walking _
edition of the Greatest Show This be explained, calls) for trunk to taiL
oa Earth got underway this even greater coordination In their center ring solo t
week at the Venice winter than usual with the performers number, however, the huge \ .
nand quarters amid the usual first- marching down the "yelp "bulls" responded perfectly ::
week welter of confusion. low brick road" greeting the to the commands of veteran t .
What appears now to be ut- characters in the child's trainer Hugo Schmitt 4
ter chaos, however will resolve storybook classic as they During rehearsals for the
itself as usual into a travel along ballet Barstow Joking 1
: :
rro-d
ff the flawless and exciting per- Old Standby the audience some of ;
formance by the time the Barstow said the the married performers pre- I .
show premiers here Jan. 9- will be equally spectacular props ferred working together with i ,I
10."How with special lighting effectsto the husband holding the web ,
in the world," queried or velvet covered rope "I 1.
set the mood as the audience -
\rail i I It
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senior citizen don't he '
one spectator -
of her companion "can such renews old its friends acquaintancewith as the said, ":jd:3dw:1: :::: getaway :-
this be transformed Into the from a wife if I had '
Cowardly Lion, Tin Man,
IfH beautiful show we saw up one."
EDGE!: Scarecrow and Dorothy. I
PEACHIE
north last
r yearT"IDterpreter Bob Dover Helps
Even the ponderous pachyderms -
j really is off the trail Needed were giving the vet Calmly lending a hand
other day at their in- One king-sized stumbling eran director a hard time wherever he could was Bob I'
al afternoon city council block In the first days of rehearsals Tuesday as they refused to Dover performance direr ;
a the city fathers were 'ba was the language spread out in one sequence (Continued on pare
nit about this and that. Yoe i t" barrier as Richard Barstowin *2).r
y, Smyth D. Brohard his 18th year as directorof
iht up the fact ,that a the big spectacular triedto ,
a well.travelled thor- get the message across in
Ore' had no name of- English to performers who
that is. Seems the speak little or none. ,
I In question is the bou- Several times during the [;
d which is the south onto ear"aJ't Barstow: singled
i the Venice Munlcl-( out ;; dark-haired
\irport. It narrows into 4 multilingual girl performerto I Osr
lanes and eventuallyInto interpret for him.A .
Airport Avenue man of many moods,
h run* north and south Barstow at one time during !
nl people thought it wee rehearsals Tuesday avowed 1
d one thing or another Director Richard Barstow explain the next sequence In the 1965 'ipec to ; group of performers tested on the ring curb "I refuse to" work under these
treed there was no deft- ----- conditions. The next mo-
name. Someone suggest- ment, however he was his v vw. ,
contest and people starttttlng SOUTH COUNTAINS SHOP FOR CHRISTMAS usual affable self smilingand
joking with the .
names about. Al- performers -
everyone agreed it and the audience.Interspersing .
Id have something to do his directions
the circus since,' right to the performers with asidesto
Seen
moat people .Re.cord.Buying the spectators in the huge ;,
anyway
lling that road are header . . rehearsal hall Barstow explained '
the RingUng winter that at least 60 members 1 1t.
itn. Never fear, every of the big cast had not ., a+1 { t 1
n can have a say in the With seven days remaininguntil Although exact percentages about the same as this time Mashke added "but now yet arrived at the Venice +
er, Council Prexy' E. E.; Christmas Venice area of increases were not generally I last year but that in his experience everybody's buying them." winter quarters \
) Raymond tells us it businesses reported today available two businessmen the big rush was William J. Horn managerof He later told a GONDO- 1r
d take an amendment to buying is far ahead of last reported this year's increase yet to come in his electrical Beall's Department Store, LIER reporter that the spectacular
rdlnance with the usual year with a season's recordin thus far at 15 per appliance business. said holiday business was far I this year would be
readings to approve a prospect.A cent. They were Davil Hamilton More people are buying ahead of last year and that if ''I different from other years in
How about it? No, we survey ef area merch- owner of Venice Stationers more food stuffs, was the the pattern continues, it that it dwells on a single! I
name it Rlngling Boule- ants brought responses of and John DiStasio word from managers of the would hit a record before I 1 1I
because there is a street "substantial increase" or manager of the Liggett DrugStore two major super markets in Christmas Eve I
med in that not so sleepy "better than ever" business, in the Venice Shopping Venice. James E Teel, manager Donald Pattison of the FloridalandOpensDec.25
town to the north of us, with many expressing satisfaction Center of Kwlk Chek said his Men's Shop noted a brisk
Inch some in this area at the fact that "peo- Popular Gifts sales were running very business in colognes and
facetitiously as "North ple are spending their moneyat Jerry Meadows, coownerof much ahead of last year men's shaving materials,
n"o home." Dick and Meadows Rexall while Edward (Bud) Ruth with a healthy increase all Il
Drug store on West Venice manager of Publlx, said his the line in wearing ap
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pare OSPREY Last Minute
II"* this for Christmas Avenue and in the Medical ; sales were consistently over .
i tuneups, rehearsals and
tidying I
tl! Center reported a healthy last year's. Sales Boom
I Fred Byrd of the Toy
will be in full
on Bay Lumber Co., has CofC Elects increase in sales, with cosmetics Stan Mashke, owner of Act- Toy sales were leading the starting up Monday at Florida-swing +
led always popular gift ion TV Inc., described business -
$500 in materials toUveland way at both Woolworth's andGrant' land, multi million dollar
School buildingThis Items showing the biggest : as "terrific" with color .. Joe Knight Wool- tourist attraction complex
3 DirectorsT. jump. TV sets his fastest moving
represents his I worth manager and Sal which opens its gates to the
expenditure I for gifts to Charles Combs managerof item. "Used to be that color Capasso assistant manager public here Christmas Day.

actors and builders in .. Lamar Hazen Jr., Bob DeSear's, said things were sets were a status symbol," (Continued on page t) Tame deer are already in
Englewood and Veniceso Miles and Don Heath have the Deer Park, Can-Can girls
, the contribution IsO been elected to serve as directors are booked and crews of men I, I
la their names. This is of the Venice Area I ttC.0 are busy making last-minute a ,
''CI'< contribution to the Chamber of Commerce sue- ;: check-upe on landscaping' I ,
> fund that must be Rohlwing E. : and roadwork.
Harvey painting
ceding
Peachle f
PEACHIE AND FRIENDS Edge, GONDOLIER
to
secure a $10,000 I//
and Richard M. Paul E. Cockrill, veteran
J. Ewing
I !from the Selby Founda- Fletcher g:, J} Venice contractor will be the reporter, and circus performer Frankie Saluto, left, and I .
''wLoveland. Prince Paul, center, talk how business during the opening
operator of the Golden Nugget -
held by ;
The election was /f . .0fl iif
,'
- mall and the ballots were Saloon where the Can Can circus; rehearsal at the Ringling arena. .

itching yourselves per- tabulated yesterday by the : girls will dance. He has '
on television must be board of directors An amend- r'n'C scheduled Happy Larsen,
' a thrill Judging from ment proposing the appoint- fr prominent Englewood figure, ..
BigHeartedr t
action of !polish Circus ment of three additional di- to serve as bartender, gamb- :
'rniers clustered around rectors for one-year terms ler and song-and-dance man ,
'tt t In Alpha Music and was approved by a vote of in the saloon. .
'+nce I last Saturday 187 to 23.Hazen Not Spiked i .r
1, Seems with Cockrlll was quick to explain
is attorney
they were going an
o 'Little
their Hazen and Wit Ss that his Golden Nugget People'
cal paces the firm of Boone 9 rh
+
Showtlme and, who Isphordlng; Miles is co-owner (Continued on page t)

'.this was probably the and co-operator of The Men's ...
time they had and Heath is building
seen Shop; a F"
PEACBIE EDGE
By 1
IKlvea on the magic contractor. UF Drive ', -
members of the '
Holdover T
-- board are Larry Rhodes, rkA "Little People" they'rethe tie Italian only t little \ :
Earle Kilton and Ralph Wol- ;, Still On midgets are little only : while all around us were pel'e
e other day we hearda fer ((2 years); Harry Raby In stature and certainly big formers conversing a babble I "
serviceman who won.d (Continued on page Z) in heart. : which sounded like every
I why his latest advance. United Fund volunteers Take for example Frank I language in the book.
_had not been mentions within striking distance OIl Saluto now in his 30th year Saluto said he was looking
hometown news- this year's $24,001 goal, planned with Rlngling Bros Barnum forward to the arrival in
r. Explained to him Air Beacon renewed efforts this week It Bailey Circus. Venice any day now, of a :
our service news comes for a final all-out push to successfully The little fellow talked troupe of five Spanish midgets f v ,
the various branches conclude the and (
! campaign graciously pleasantly ti
*for him to check with his Turned OnThe during an Interview yesterday He expressed pride In his
Information officer or Contributions and pledgesnow with this reporter who association with the Little tr
not write us direct. Like stand near the $21,000 stands about three times his People of America, a croup :
Second Y, 1Fe loaned that Build. newly-Installed radio mark representing 86 per height and howled gleefully made up of midgets. "There I J
Class Arthur W. beacon at Venice Airport cent of the goal. when a fellow performer are about 750 of us little people r ,-
Oman, XJSN, son of Mr, which will aid both air and General Campaign Chair- spotting us having our picture in the United States and "1 J ,
Bn'
Al Moreman of No- sea traffic was turned on man William C. Payne, is taken hollered out: most are in some form of ':.
'I. i
ll' participating In Ope- Tuesday at 3 p,m. Two Front Teeth Ira-Laj congratulating the hundred "Hey Mac Get a load of show business," he said
"I J Deep Freeze 63 while The beacon will operate on of volunteers for the splendid that the long and the short The famed Ringling midget ; ,
llUction with Naval Mobile a frequency of 209 kilocycles effort they have made to of m"! has appeared three times on
$att.llon''Slx ta with a tone modulated at : date, at the same time called Saluto recounted his circus the Ed Sullivan Show.
ralc, 1.020 cycles per second. The "All I want for Christmasis Engineman First Class, teach him all three langu for the extra added push he experiences, pointed out circus Recalls War Work
call letters XVN will beorepeated my two front teeth"* was stationed at the U. S. CoastGuard ages. said was needed now to put luminaries and spoke enthusiastically "One of my enjoyable end j ;
every 12 seconds on.a14hour a popular ditty several Loran Station. The attending physician the drive over the top. I of the newly- memorable experiences," he 'bf'\'
Weather basis holiday seasons ego. On hand for the big event Dr. Talmadge S. Thompson "We know from the fine results arrived troupe from Poland I said, "was entertaining with
It can be picked up from a But it certainly isn't the was little Umberto's paternal of Venice, said Um to date what we can do "It's a good idea to give the the USO in World War II.. i r.
distance of M miles by air. them song of tiny Umberto grandmother, M I' s. berto was the first baby he through our united efforts," people someone new to see," I At Christmas time little h r
llgh Low Rain craft or by surface craft in Kenso Veltrl who arrived Rose Veltri, of Pittsburgh, had delivered in 21 years he laid "and I'm 'certainthat he said. people in larger cities get \
69 50 .00 the gulf and will provide the ,Nov. 23 complete with a Pa. of practice) bom with teeth. we will not let this success New and Different (Continued on page f ,
:.10| 60 62 :.00: : only radio fix in the area on two-toothsome smile. Umberto will be multilinguaL The Infant weighed a.ven' slip from our grasp for "You know," he added, 2)t 1\
, 11 64 61 .00 an around-the-clock bests Proud parents of the His dad was born pounds 14 ounces at birth. (Continued on page S) "John RingUng North is always T your TREASURE
, 13 82 61-00 handsome Infant are Mr In Italy and his mother in The Veltrls mov.- here looking out for the new CHEST key to the 1st National I
, II 81 60 .00 Travel PRODUCE LANEat and who Mrs live Albert in the C.Avalon Veltri Nligata Japan Both speak last February The baby Is Case of 24 SOFT DRINKS and the different. That's why Bank of Venice today. J
.14 79 60 03 Publlx in Venice ShoppingCenter their native tongues well their first. 99<> plus deposit at Kwlk we're* the greatest show on It may open the door to a
, IS full of Apartments 505 BarcelonaAve. as Both are from I
for garden
a
118.5.00toa Chek In Rialto Shopping Cen- earOu"S4utft valuable
prize from
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hIM MONTH ?.38 spe chat.- ., Venice. Dad is) aa M English and plat |a families wltt five t cM4r'n, t.,.. & said\! be spcsJu ft u3] Credit: : P.ln dtaiexi., Key


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2-ft. GONDOLIER, Venice: Fl*._ TTiun., Dee 17. 1964 Seen Obituary I'To

FLORIDALANDContinued town, a mock-up/ --whisky-still New Airport Zoning RulesTo I Record Buying MRS BETTY VUC

Is ready to dispense sweet Mrs. Betty VUchel
( from page 1)) Cider. 1) ness was substantially aheadof I ,
from
Continued .
( page Sunday t
saloon Isn't a saloon at all, Stemwneeler Ready last year'sEverett her horne T 11
h P nor will there be gambling The 'Harbor Queen,' a Become Effective Jan. 1.1 1Newly at Grant's said other behind departments Drl.ger of Taylor Pleasant Drive, Uurji,
I were close ,
The Can-Can girls will be sternwhtel river boat which Hardware was another merchant Mrs. Vilchej
i real however will, cruise visitors up and The West Venice Avenue who cited a big Increase New York City we bon Wa"
J ''r 41I t The Porpoise Pool, frontingthe down the Inland Waterway, created airspace Other members of the joint action voted to recommendthat businesses Shrode Jewel over last ;year. He Laurel 10 years.nd sgo lei
: Intercoastal Waterway, is 1 I. docked at a marina nearby toning at the Venice Airportwill board are County Commissioners the Venice City Council era The Nestlewood Shop said that while household gin that city. longtime
: / rap'dly' being completed for and i I. being spruced up go Into effect Jan 1. Masel. C. Huston and authorize the publication of and Blitch' Shoe Store Item were proving as popular She is
I the arrival of porpoise at for the 'big day The zoning, which will regulate L. L. Parker. Fifth member the new toning regulation in had the same"word: "the a* ever, the store was band CaseFuneral survived by her h tour
I Florldaland within s few Jack Mobley, whe Is handling the height of new buildIngs and chairman la Sarasota full a* a legal advertisement best year ever doing an amazing paint sales rah VUchel, or bavru
I C \, days the shows in the ghost and other structure at Bradenton Airport manager In The GONDOLIER. I A new business not open business. In fact, Drlggerssaid
I r !I The Tour Trains have made town has his 'desperadoes' various distance from the Dick Wolf. I "I'd like to say" commented last Christina is the Hazel November was one of here
; 'dry runs' from the western all lined for 'attacks' on Mrs. Hazel Dand- the months for paint In Tuesday at 7m7kl '
I up center of the airport, was established The toning board of adjust- Chairman Wolf "that D Shop. top 10 .
I :' \ ghost town depot to the bayso the land bank and street Monday night by ment member will be appointed from a professional stand ridge, owner, said of course the history of the store and Rawle. Funeral Home V seaM
that everything will be in shoot-out with the sheriff the Joint City-County Airport for three-year terms. point this 1 I. one of the finest she had no figures for comparison judging by sales this month, el, Venice The Rev !
: :\ readiness for the opening The 'desperadoes' are actually Zoning Board Its members will serve without things this community has but that she was cer people are really paintingup L. Everhart pastor Viilh, ed f
: John Fales, Sarasota arche- respectable ;young men The board implemented the pay. ever done." And he went onto tainly not disappointed In the and fixingup for the holi Englewood Community| 01' t vieeral
: : ologlst, who will operate the from nearby towns. They will number of holiday shoppers. byterlan p !
1 days. Church
I' new zoning by adopting a resolution The joint board In other note that Atlanta, Ga., has ollcll't! ,
'
Indian Village, is putting into rehearsals these sentiments Interment ter
Monday. Echoing
r'I' I go prepared by the J. E. Just completed an east-west was !In Cult
last-minute touches to his village Stocking the western town Greiner Co. of Tampa, airport runway at its municipal airport " was Mrs Elinor Blspham, C of C COLLECTS Memorial Park p" )ere
I Besides part of a tribeof shops is now in full swing owner of the Resort Shop.
zoning engineers The NPC Needs More at a cost of $18 million
:
(Contlnaed from 1) -,
Seminole I Indians, Fales There will be an Ice cream resolution was studied by a which 10 could Mrs. Bispham said she felta page H
3 I will also have a museum exhibiting parlor, curio shop cafe, camera hree-member: Airport Born Contest Entries have been built;years for ago$l',4' mil. I little cooler weather would' Frank Sovereign and' Jack CARD or TRANKI vergra'
some of his Indian chop ceramic shop, print Jig Commission which held I put more people in a Christmas Riehl ((1 ;year). I am alneeralr mural' ,. ',,
; I artifacts which he has gathered shop, general store, and oth a pUblio hearing and recommended NORTH PORT CHAR. lion.Councilman Anderson, a mood but that her bust- A new slate of officers will ind.... Hdthbara at armp.il for,, Ihilr., rij". :; IndKey
: I throughout the years. er businesses its adoption to the LOTTE-Only 20 entries have licensed pilot and flying en.thuslast be elected by the directors XFtt ....
vice been received in this city' just| prior to the annual Installation aro.a vyftt
The schoolhouse has a new P. C. Smashey, senior board about two weeks ago. said adoption of the e.uM w
.d.ukl, :
Ili VI coat of red paint and the president of Floridaland, said The Jan. 1 effective date first Christmas Decorations new airspace zoning regula CIRCUS banquet in Janu VIRGIL 110'I ThaM
I ; I td' ti church steeple was 'raised' everything would be in full was set on recommendation Contest and the sponsor are bona represent "the culmination ary.

this week. the the Christmas hopeful of more participation. (Continued from pare 1) I In other business a budgetof
: ; Back on out- swing for big of City Planning Director of eight year of talkng as (
: : skirt of the western ghost Day opening Paul A Youngberg who asked Deadline for entering is Fri on my part." tor, with his ever-present $$20,476 was adopted for .1 t
.. for the delay to work outbuilding day.The clipboard, keeping the performer 1969 and the purchase of a ALLENConvalescent vsr'the'
'I event Is being one-half advertisementin
sponsored page
lined in
permit procedures up proper
':' \: ; ; g-aIlqezt gWleftCl 9Joma between the city and county. by General Development, Nokomis-Laurel order fOIthe procession The GONDOLIER Mall-aWay < one lion
f +: Board of AdjustmentNext NPC Civic Assn., Women'lClub around the big arena I was approved. Estimated Nursing Hon Sat>

( 1 action by the joint Boat Club and Men's Yule Party Set And many times during the income. for 1865 is $23,130., 24 Hour NursIng $,,,,/<, the
I' I 265 No.omls. Ave Venda board will be the appointment Garden Club. first days, rehearsals cam leaving $2,633.10 for the contingency Phone Venice DeB
1; of a five-member toning I, A spokesman for the NOKOMIS ,- First annual to a temporary halt as Bars- fund and reserve IU PUNta 01 LION CSHIIII
"' t't'f" board of adjustment. The group said that entries have community Christmas treat tow and Dover conferredwith mortgage payments &Vi E
\ board of adjustment will be not come in a* fast as expected for' Nokomis-Laurel area general director Pat trip
I\; : named at another meeting of and they were afraid youngsters has been set for Valdo, a veteran of more Cal

'. i ii It the joint board Monday, Dec people felt too much expensewas stated Tuesday Dec. 22, by the I than 60( years with the Ring- He
21, at 8 in the Venice involved. It was sponsoring Nokomis Lions ling circus: on problem rou
pm.
\ 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 481221A ,
i It : City Hall. however, that this 1 I. not the Club. which arose.Directing pin
4 : case a* entries will be judgedon "hi.
\ Venice City Councilmen Paul Taylor general chair.
filt 1 i, DOLLAR GIFTA John R. Hogan and Ralph An. attractiveness and arrangement man for the children' yule the aerial ballet to.
i much
not how number 1 I. Antoinette Con- the
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n derson were appointed a committee party, said the club hope to ' : t,
i dollar of two to select the they cost. make it cello, expertly showing theneophyteperformers ? tl
1. little !girl received gift of one from $1U In cash an annual event. how
Prizes to
I totaling 'I'
H; her uncle She wi thrilled became her previous ustment.flve-man zoning Anderson board and of Dr.ad. and bond will be awarded ina will Taylor be on sid hand Santa to distribute Claus execute the graceful movements I )111

\ gift! of money hid been pennies.,;: She wet atlted, Hogan are the city' representatives variety of categoric Entry candy and fruit thesis to all on the velvet rope high the

"ill \ "What will you do with It"? "I think I will take it on the joint board. Clair form Coons may ,be 360 obtained Marcus,from Rd, Nokomis Elementary School overhead Swan Lake.to the strains of 223 W. MIAMI AVENUE VENICE kDPa 1

to Sunday School next Sunday and !give it to God. North Port Charlotte. the pupils and pre-schoolers of 'Ii.
I i 1 1t1 lnd'rate Nokomis-Laurel area Among the spectators early
l He never gets anything! but pennies,, either" Ir_ Applications whether the should display is to I The party will be held from In the week were Mr. and In

HI1} be judged with or without 8 to 8 p.m. on the vacant lot Mrs. Walter W. Smith, of ; Why Settle For Less? ct
11i i Our Smites/ Are Aniltkl To All R.on/f'lI light win take adjacent to the G&L, service Akron, Ohio, now wintering -
,
.1" f ADMISSIONS bet&r: station on U. S. 41 at the at North Port Charlotte. It
of Financial/ CrevmttoriceiI / Dun 11 Harvey 1'1'0" Kokand place eve
/ \ to Indian sad FlorWa Patricia" Jell..... V..I.'., ,JpiniU.I and New Years' Day.BIG north end of the Nokomis was the first rehearsal for I There no need to settle for less'
eat Venlea Eut, Catberlae' flrk.enn business district where a
Mrs Smith, but not her husband
In Funeral Business Since 1932 tlewoadl. .. Venice Diane John"" J......Chertr.... Mom L,*. large community Christmastree who said he had than Rawles Funeral Service. Our
\ Two Licensed Funeral I Directors Harm. Orrll Mulin. Venice I Ann.ot.A.Ie .. HEARTED will be erected. "warmed the same seat for
fart. Mrani.. Andenon, Lrola ,Alb Vanloal Van., from Taylor said plans are being four days running during last prices are as reasonable at my
Continued 1)
1a.p1ts..r..., Noknmla.Dee. ( page made to hand out treats to ;year's dress rehearsals."
.i.if1 I mill, .Julia 101 Leldlnier.Laura H..d.Venleai..,.,, Albert f<* special jobs dressing up a* approximately 400 youngster available.
Saott. Nokonlal' Clara I. It.._. elves and selling toy in big of the Nokomis-Laurel area
HUNTINGFISHING I valet. Patrick' Merle HILL NnaotnU.Daa M. Bird.. MokoBlai department tore*. Saluto The general chairman paid Vast swarms of tsetse flies
III H.lm. En.V-ewli: said he had to pew up such he was assisted with the have turned part of nation
Wahlar La>. .Sn = I rtoranw a Job this time because he community service projectby throughout eastern, central ,
Sl...'.., Vanleai. CoL Laniard bumVenlaal .
R alna IL Rai, O. art J, tad only two week oft from the entire club member. and western Africa Into economic
& Varna Plalllpa, Vanleai; nod W. Ban, the circus. ship wastelands. I r

YeD..la.1a.. Clan Crand.lt. Jnrla.voodl Saluto had nothing but
ij rUrmond K. HaUk 8r, Van. rood things to say about Ven-
I Gwendclrn Ira t Howard' A,T Oi.V.Balaar. .Kntlaaxiodl..I; Bar-l Ice, although he.! said| the absence "THERE IS NO LOVELIER WAY TO THANK JtJI
.
dirt M RIcAa* of a bus service here
II"Dee.. Ill A. OUon..b.r..1..Jm.Fntlrwondl' .Oipnrl Clara, was mighty hard on a mid. GOD FOR YOUR SIGHT THAN BY GIVINGA ,' f96 f-
I.t LICENSESWILL Fitted, filclo.l Raorn. E. Ththa. No.kornUt get. He has lived In Sarasota
HELPING HAND
Vlolal .br. Vmlaat Mart TO THOSE IN THE DARK1"Ween .
Mikhail I Vmlaat Thnmai U ten lorn, 30 years.Jovlal
f V.nl/., I... M. &1,"... Vmlca.Daa Nate Eagle, sideshow / Keller DEARaORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD
jt BE ISSUED CENTRALLY BY THE COUNTY Ml H.I..' G. .el., Vanlea
rardami Srrri A .: NokoailaGanavlava impresario, was the Donate your eyes to the, rl 1t if ')t.1III_ C
JUDGE'S OFFICE BEGINNING JAN. I I. I9&5 Quinn. Inflfwoodi: John H. wlse-guy who made the crack
011111 l 'n"
: MaeMltrli.il' Vmlrai Max t Splak VENICE BRANCH EYE BANK
.. about our being the long and '
; THESE LICENSES MAY BE PURCHASED YEAR DI.Vanlaai, BrarlantABr. C....!. a. Florane Du.... Vtnlaa Manwlllar, An.. short of !it We had a dandy 11,(", ads g1r1 IfV'
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I II Saretot County Judge Nokomla Kalian Rota, Mokomkl AJ- crar: been
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i Nokomis By MART ALICE Nettings MUKEAT i!'South 40 Courthouse Bids Over Estimates


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Lowest bid on the "South Erlckson aid the cost estimate the square footage reaches
Jot Carter to back with us. 1 their friends here thought 40" courthouse annex and had been revised. upward 18,8411.
1 I w, were more than glad too I would Just suit them. welcome station opened from' $225,000 because Site of the proposed new Stadium Bonds RetiredNinetyone It' I
d I Mt him aa he is gone --o- Tuesday by the Sarasota of the additional requirements South County courthouse facilities Last
I long and is here only a ahortltlm" The) Enos Drumms of County Commission was linked to the Hill-Bur is a 40-acre tract Just
I it seems His hometown Thomaslon. Conn., are stay. more than $50.000 over the ton money. south of the U.S. 41-Engle-
L New Paris Ind. They In g this winter In Nokomis architect's estimate. Square footage cost of the wood Road intersection. Venice High smaller amount representsthe spearheaded by the VAA The
I hive bad some rugged weathI I East on Coquina Court. Apparent low bidder at South 40 facilities under the District S Commissioner School stadium bond holders -rebate on.one $10 bond school board redeemed .,000
I ,. un there since he came -o- $323,240 wee O. B. Thompson Thompson bid comes to nearly Meet C. Huston said Wednesday reaped an unexpected financial plus interest, while the larger worth of bonds in 1BC1 and j
here to enjoy this beautiful The Ames house on Coquina Inc., of Sarasota. Seven bids I $30, exclusive of the cowered he felt sure definite windfall this week justin figure is the refund on two another $ .OOO In 1961 The e 11
.....ther. Court Is being occupied this were received with the next walkways, or approximately action "one way or the oth time for Christmas when $500 bonds plus interest. $13,120 redeemed this week ::; '
-0- winter by the McCollough apparent low bidder being $10 a square foot er" would be taken on the checks totaling $13,120 weremail.d Bonds totaling $23,120 were t
Mrs Bay Rider has return. f amlly froMissouri. Moore Construction Co. of more than the main three- bids at next Tuesday's meet- out to retire) the remaining originally sold to finance the canceled out the remaining :r
ti from Battle Creek, Mich., I -o-- St. Petersburg. Moore bid story courthouse addition In ing. i issue I VHS athletic_ field in a drive indebtedness. '
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where she spent the last several i Harry $3211,453. Sarasota. Huston added he also felt : Sarasota County, Board of
months with her daughter I are at lilt and Irene Webber Architect Ralph Erlckson The welcome station will certain the matter would foster .; Public Instruction paid off Area Bankers Meet In Venice .I I IIda
enjoying m
md son-in-law Mr. and I health After their good of Sarasota had estimated Include 1,332 square feet, of considerable debate with I the final installment on the .
' | Alfred Twining long spell the cost of the South divergent opinions among VHS athletic field bonds at '1!
hire when County enclosed area and the courthouse
both
they were In of of the National "P
and members of the countyboard. the board meeting Tuesday Robert Peterson the chapter
facilities at $275,000 Including -
out of the hospital it Is good annex 0.630 squarefeet. Tampa office of the Federal Association for Bank Audit 1l, f
He declined to night. .
and Mrs. Irwin Conklin $50,000 in Hill-Burton The two prodiet I
to figures together .
Mr. see them
up and around addressed Control and '
Bureau of Investigation and Operation
Venice Area
funds what the outcome would Officers of the
to have for the health I' "
total feet
surprised their and county 10,962 square
were enjoying We I
again D.
Activities which sold the area bankers at a was arranged by Philip J
his clinic Included in With the covered
and the.plans.
wife Mr. walkways ',
grandson - bonds to finance construction dinner meeting at Fisher Payne, vice-president of the t
Richard Conklin be.Sanders
and Mrs. of The Albert Bahrets have of the field, were on hand to man's Wharf yesterday. His Venice-Nokomls Bank.
West, drop In for Passes
I nanksglvin Key returned from upper New By-'Vay'Closing Is Due ShortlyVenice I receive the check from the subject was "Deflacetione"The (
York meeting was for members I
: State. They are glad Insurance TestPaul school board. The VAA officials '
-
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thom. they escaped the latest ice By-Way south from property facing the By-Way. Included Ken Breeding, of the West Central Flor- f
of Bsngor Mich., arrived storm In that area when cars Venice Avenue to Gull Coast Live Oak Street to the east E. Sanders of the William president; Alvin P. Jones, THE ''!
si that had to out P. Toole Insurance Agency vice president and field ROCK THAT LETTER
stay Boulevard
their home on River Boule- overnightwere will be closed to and Grove Street to the west
si received word this week chairman, and C. A. (Chuck) MIAMI (AP) This note
yard last Tuesday to spend I encased in Ice by morn. traffic any day now for an will be used for through traf
the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- tog Indefinite peroid while utiU- fic during the construction that he has successfully passed Reiter secretary-treasurer. was on the envelope of a letter CAPITOLS'
the state examination for $10,000 Stays Here from London received :
-o- ties
Thomas of Bangor came are being relocated;City period.
Him Saturday and are staying In Mr. T. E. Drsgoo Is quitea Planning Director Paul A "Every effort will be madeto all lines general agent. Jones said nearly $10,000 of here:
Toole said Sanders' new license the refunded bond money will "Postman, postman, don'tbe ; t
horticulturist. Youngberg
(the John Chapman trailer In his garden announced Tues insure the early completion Musical Combo
he has 21 varieties will permit the agency stay in the Venice area, with slow; be like the Beatles
| of hibiscus of this said
nearby. section "
most of them beautiful day.Youngberg said, however, to establish a branch officeIn the remaining $3,000 scatter go, man, go.
-0- very AVAILABLE FOR ANY r'
that (inconvenience
Ellis McConnahle had to behold. He takes that limited ingress andegrets Youngberg, "so the area. Sanders recently ed among residents of several
a will be held to with honors six states. Plains Indians called the PRIVATE AFFAIR
trip home to San Dleo.Calif" great pride in each and every will be maintained for a completed a r;
I weeks at the Maryland Reiter reported that the soaring, snow-topped mountains '
course
in his Piper Cub plane. variety and has won many persons living or working on minimum.The "
of northwest Montanathe 488-2380
followed the ribbons over the state Casualty Insurance School in checks range all the w.y' Phone
route He through Texas southern, stopping -a- GONDOLIER Venice, Fie. Thurs., Dee. 17, 1964-3 Baltimore. from $10.40 to $1,040. The "backbone of the world." "

one night In Houston Mrs. John J. Glynn of Ven-
where he picked up a friendto ice Gardens has returned to f.
accompany him the rest of her home here after spend-
the way to San Diego ling six months with relatives ;
-o- In the north.Rotary. 4hi<
The Roland Moodys of

Mindham the William, Maine Mouutona, called of No.on Slates DE SEAR'S ISGENERAL I !

jtomls East on their way to
Palm Beach for the winter. Turkey ShootThe i
They were hopeful of stayingIn i
this area but spoke up Just Venire-Nokomta Rotary -
a bit too late for a rent whichWHEN Club will sponsor an old-

fashioned turkey shoot Saturday
and Sunday with Jay
ITA Lumley as chairman of the

TIME TO MOVE event.
Proceeds will go toward
furnishing< a room in the new 1 r_
Venice Hospital addition.
Tickets will be one dollar and
a 10-pound turkey will be
awarded to the winner of
each round. it
The event will be held be. t f iMl a + sit l l a4tr "l" i' "I t y e lri f s L k Y L t wr4 a. t
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wort the, following year at Mrs. York, Mr. and held at Sarabay
Miss Kim York daughter Countr
of Mr. and Mr. Barney The American School In Lu- William B. Linn and MrI'l(I Club and a gold decor wU;
( t tI. Hamlin York IP of Laurel gano Montagnola, Switzerland Lee Steele honoring used throughout the clUb ti I
t I II It will be the sole South County Presently she is attending daughters. The event evening,
I. t debutante among the dozen Centenary College for
s presented to society,, at the Women in Hackettstown, N.
t Presentation Ball Wednesday J., and arrives horn todayfor
j at New College Hall in Sara the holiday.
: sota. For the past two summers
I She will be presented by Miss York has been counsellor
her father and escorted by at Glen Arden Camp, N.
David Mason and Gilbert C., where she taught riding
v Keith Jr. and water skiing.
I ,. I .d The Hall Is the former Her maternal grandparents
Charles Ringling mansion were the late Dr. and Mrs.
1, ( and will be decorated James Hiram Foster of
CI { throughout in a holiday mo Cleveland, Ohio and her paternal ri
af""
y't !: r tif. The debutantes will be : grandparents, the late
: presented on the terrace facing Mr. and Mrs Robert Hamlin
the bay and guest will York, also of Cleveland.At .
Y r l 1 be assembled below along a tea dance Saturday,
I ;, + fl the promenade. the debutantes and approximately
Dancing will be In the ball 50 close friends of
room. After the event the Miss York will be entertainedby
debutantes, their escorts and Dr. and Mrs Warren a
1 i parents will end their even- Spurge and Mr and Mrs. r .
A Ing at a supper dance at Vernon Mason at the Spur i Rd'r.
I Whispering Sands Inn. ges' Casey Key home In honor 4
l Miss York has lived in Sar- of the Laurel debutante.On :
ft 0s-i The "Coquettes" and Accompanist Athens Wendt asota County for the past IS Dec. 30 the debutantes ;

years. She attended the Out- and their friends will danceto
I \ I. of-Doors School on Siesta the music of Dan Cutler of
Cradle Singing Then Harmonizing Key and was graduated from aF
1
; Oldfields School, Glencoe, Pierre's in New York Cityat
Md. She took postgraduateLewis the party given by Mr. and

', ,? I Nine young Venice mothers some-oneelse'g Mary and things In stride, blithely 57-variety-pack," as they
f.. t who between them have Susie" they thought, but dancing away when requiredto term it, includes carols,
'" 27 youngsters, have parlayed were never able to figure out do so, as in The Little blues, barber shop numbers, All States Club Re-Elects
I their cradle-song experienceinto how exactly whose babies Theatre extra production, spirituals and novelty songs.
t one of the top amateur broka up the original group.At "Love Rides The Rails," last They also have built up a
i singing: groups in this area, and rate they had grownto year. five-costume wardrobe. Lewis Dullinger President ''
I or any other. eight, with Gloria Touma They have appeared at pri "A few years ago we hopedto .'!P kRJ '#
They bill themselves as the directing and continued un- vate parties before clubs, In develop into a community.
lit i "Coquettes" and sing exclusively der her until she moved minstrel shows and on a type chorus, including our Dulllnger was reelected er, Ruth Hodgetts, secretary h
.I for their own pleasure away.. Sarasota FM radio station. husbands," they reminisced. president of All and Sarah Larsen, finance J a.
and for benefit perform Their original director and Each year they sing carolsat "This didn't work out. We States Club and Mrs. 0. L. chairman.
ances. Smart in the know. arranger had been Bud Lawrence Venice Hospital, nursing met at Early Wynn Lanes Mahon renamed chairman of There will be no All States
ledge that any group can homes and end up with a and kept losing our male the board at the group's parties Dec. 24 and 31. On
over-appear, they limit their i iI A bit more than three party at one of the homes. singers every time we turn meeting and dance Dec 10 at Jan. 7 a regular All States
I i performances to some ten a years ago, Mary Ellen Mead- Their ten performances ed around another had lost Venice Civic Center. dance Is scheduled for 8 p.m.
year, several of these being OWl took over the director. this year were spaced Interest and vanished into the All other officers and directors Other January activities
I. during the Christmas season. ship and at the second or throughout the seasons and bar to wet his throat. So we were also re-elected ex- will be: Jan. 14, a dance hon- ,
A GONDOLIER reporter third session refused to let include two during the Christ gave up on that, and concen- cept the new vice-president oring the State of Florida;
I I met ;with them last week at apractice them have an accompanist. mas holidays, their recent trated on developing our femalevole Walter Crooker, new board Jan. 21, a dance honoringNew
: session to find out "They were scared stiff," appearance at The College harmony." member, Ralph Morton, and York State; Jan. 29, a
how they got started and how she said Club and their scheduled en- Interestingly, they have new publicity chairman, Rose potluck supper at 8 p.m. at fi
they keep in top form. Now all their performancesare tertainment at Venice Yacht much in common, other than I A. Diab. Venice Civic Center for mem-
The latter was easy enough a capella except for Club's tree-trimming party. their voices and lots of child- Re-named were board
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bers Jan. 28 dance
I to ascertain they practice Christmas programs and major They will also continue the ren. All are college women of members Edith Porter, Robert only; a .
\ regularly once a w e e k productions when Mrs. Christmas Eve caroling cus- rather similar tastes and all Feder, VI Mitchell Ernest honoring the mldwestern
I I throughout the year but Wendt joins them. tom.The full of "Joie de vivre. They Stanke and Warren Brow.er states of Indiana, Wisconsin, ......
i the first bit of information "Our first appearance after group now comprises love to sing, yet are quite Albert Porter Is treasur- Minnesota and Iowa. Debutante Mil Kim York I
came harder. Mary Ellen began direct nine, including the original disinterested in a group ca-
Out of the babble of ninevoices ing was on a raft in the mid. four and Mary Ellen. Thenewer reer.When 4-The GONDOLIER, Venice Fla. Thurs, Dee. 17, 1964
I with i accompanistAthena die of Warm Mineral members are Helen asked about recording Out-of-Door School
Wendt pitching in also Springs," one of them recalled Satava, Mary Alice Wheeler, they admit they have Program
it became known that :Elaine Smith and Geri Becker done one record, which they I
four of the girls began the "It was horrible-the wind who replaced Jean Lum. prize and which their off.
group six years ago, "just was blowing the wrong way, ley when she resigned recent. spring play "over, and over, Has 30 Venetians In CastThe I
because they wanted to our derbies blew off and nota ly.Always and over." They have been
,, sing." These were Dorrie note carried to the Sarasota on the lookout for asked to audition for TV and thirty Venice area students ''While Shepards Watched." GYRO'S Beautiful
Herron, Pam Palmer, Dottie Pageant Week audience new arrangements, they currently might some day do so =; if at Out-of-Door Schoolon Cathy Nichols will take partIn
j Koenig and Jackie Fanning. gathered in front of us on have a repertoire of they can find time. Siesta Key will take partIn a trio rendition of "Oh Lit- BACKSTAGE LOUNGE
r j "W broke up between so- the Springs bank" 33 songs, most all of whichare As it is, right now theyare the school's annual Christ tie Town of Bethlehem." Now reopened and completely
and so's Jimmy and John or Now they can take these done by memory This too busy being happy'
and mas program today at 2:30: Lyn Meyer will be an angelin redecorated
making others happy
in the school theatre.
p.m.
the adoration seen and MAURICE MICHELE
with their singing to bother
The event will be a pageant and Steve Farley, a king in I and his band
about such mundane thingsas
SELECT YOUR OWN COLORS entitled, "A Caroler's Christmas "We Three Kings"Susan !
I money and prestige. ." Dancing Friday & Saturday Mr
Henderson
I They aren't and Harold 'till '
sure they say, I 9:00 2:00
f that it would then be fun any. Mitch West, Larry Minne- Clapp will sing "Un 2224 Tomtom// TV.RARIN' '
It's color picking time in the almost finished 3 BR more. gait and Eddie Taylor will Flambeau" carol.
represent different days in I Venetians among the carol- ,
SENSATION. Choose your preference in the tile stove the carol, "The Twelve Days ers will be: Cheryl Raffner,
The Incredible Circle of Christmas." :Donna Stevenson, Meg Hal.
sink and bathroom.
I Presented Author Wendy Spurge, David pin Mark Halpin Sherry
By At Clapp, Coug Murphy, Susan Wynn, Tina Pitts, Murfi '
I See if one block eafcf of Trail on Sunset Beach Drive Presbyterian WOC Meet Kaye and Tim Farley will Spurge, Craig Coffel and
take part in the "pinata" ceL Martha Nikla.
WALDO SHERMAN PHONE 488-4897 "The Incredible Circle," ebratlon.
written and directed by Mrs. Martin Thompson, student
Ivan Carter, was presentedat government president, will
the meeting of VeniceNokomis give the traditional introduc- TO GO r
Presbyterian Womenof tion and play the part of the
I I a'I' w a r the Church Tuesday. poor man in "Good King
i1 r1r. r Mrs. Creighton Hatten was Wenceslas."" Peter Weedon
I l I In charge of the program. will sing the Page solo from TAKE THAT TRIP TO THE MOONIharle
I Members of the cast were that song.
H .. Mesdames John West, Palm Alice Farley Barbara
CPi1I I er Rice, Dorothy Koenig, Thompson and Jim Halpin
Norman Force, W. B. Mat will sing solos, "0 Holy I
thews and David Bowles. Night "Silent Night" and

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"I i i I i'' ;: .. Toasters Shoe Skillets Polishers bedroom fort. dual gets controls during are the available night For for individual double beds com S 2.00 .............................. S 100.00 MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS DAY .... ... .

i / h Tooth Brushes ..provide two different areas warmth. S 3.00 .............................. S 150.00 A MEMORABLE EXPERIENCE

;I;j Vacuum Cleaners Easily laundered in electric washer. Choice of beau. $ 5.00 .............................. $ 250.00 IN DELIGHTFUL DINING
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\f ; : Warming Waffle Bakers Trays tiful color Prices are lower now than ever before $10.00 .............................. $ 500.00 .E DINNER ,
it ..,and it costs Mnext-to-nothing" to operate. Put' MUSIC BY JOHNNY ELBRECHT 4
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DorothyCfljor' Hiss Jennie Brown of Englewood Bullock, will I slug a cepetla. r

Women i will be one of the Miss Brown, an MJC fresh- .fi,
4885808rs. two soloists In the Manatee'unlor man, will! sing the contralto '' .
I Tb "Jottings" mast will Nokomis School and another, College Community solo in Theodore S. Cans- ,

fIT a DeW set of initials next that ot Elmer Coutre of Fort Chorus) appearance with Aso- chow's "Sleep, Holy Babe."

week and this happy reporter Lauderdale. The Coutre home 10 Chamber Orchestra Sunday The other soloist will be Jan
will be holiday-ing amidst Is expected to be completedby at 4 in Asolo Thea- will
p.rn. Bender, who sing the
Ralph/ Anderson To Head DoesRalph the longhorns, oil wells, sa,.. February at which time tre. Latin of "Christ Is Born To.
brush and Sannen out in they will come to the West The 32-member choral day. The third vocal num-

West Texas. WhIch brings upat Coast Other new residents group, directed by Mrs. Rita ber by the choral group will
Anderson of Robert this time our fond and sincere there are Mr and Mrs William -
E. L.
Anderson, Is also derson, lives in Indianapolis served as matron and was be Randall l Thompson's"Glory
Int8co1a Road will head In business here. Another, Mrs. Anderson has held offices twice president of Esthers. Christmas wish to you: Herring.0 to God In the High 1.
m-Nokomls Drove 141, Ralph, Anderson Jr Is May your holiday season be est' ,
a stu of chaplain, inner guard She has also been active in
Also he said that Ronald
,.lent and< Patriotic OrDoes dent at the University of and first counselor with the Senior Girl Scout work and filled with joy and love, and This is the second time the '
Garavalia and Mrs. Antha
during 196J. Tennessee The may God bless you all, t;t tI chorus has in \
Anderson Does. participated a
f( In Order of Eastern is interested In flower arrangIng Wilcox of Mission Valley are
and other officers earl daughter, Mrs Robert J. An- ;Star, Chapter 248, she has and construction. mightily -0- taking active part In the newly Christmas season program '
stalled at. public with the chamber orchestra. !
formed Nokomia Baptist
Jan, 14 at B p.m. at Also happy as a Christmas The 20-member orchestra,
on Chapel. Ha Is superintendent
carol over holiday plans la composed of the leading
gall Mrs. Orville B. Littick whose and she, church historian. string Instrumentalists of the I
will elect Dec. 10. His last item was that Fred
r arrives tomorrow
r1 family Florida West Coast Symphony
Siegel will be
has been entertaining
Harvey Shroyer -
Ohio to
from Zanesville Orchestra will present
counselor, Mrs. Richard here. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Huffman
spend the holidays Corelli's "Christmas Concerto. -
senior counselor, and of Muncie, Ind., who
Coming are her daughter, ." Paul Wolfe, director ofboth
Harold Bates, junior and had to leave last week to return ,:
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Anne and son daughter. orchestras, will conduct
north for Christmas.
elor In-law, Mr. and Mrs William Soloists in the CoreUi section -
,er' elected officers are: O. Littick. Already here as -0- will be the conductor and c ::
Daniel Collins, secre- of today, are long.time One of the most heartbreaking Mrs. Judith MacNeil violin. ;

Mrs. Louis Herberger, friends Dr. and Mrs. F. L. (yet ironically ists, and Ernesto Epistola, I t
Mines amusing) stories we have "
urer Mrs. Dwight Meara, now of Washington I cellist
Guard; Mrs Ralph D. C., and formerly ofZanesv1lle. heard this season is the The Asolo string quartet,
Komery, outer guard; Other long.time plight of Mrs John (Vera) composed of Wolfe, Mrs. Lo
Samuel Cutler, conduc- ('(lends, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis of Casey Key. She ta Mundy, David Cohen and f
Mrs. John Artman, of worked until 11:30: the other
nd Graham Zanesvllle Epistola, will play Mozart'squartet j
night and mailingover "'
rear trustee arrived Tueaday to spend the addressing In G major, K 387. '
service will with her and Mr. 100 Christmas Cards and
i installation holidays Single admission tickets at B
charge of Mrs. Hoke and Mrs. Weston Brown, other invitations to an open houseon MISS JENNIE BROWNWoman's $1.50 will be available In the j
officer friends from Zanesvllle Jan 2. A friend a coupleof C
en, installing lobby of the theater before
!Mr'*. L. H. Simmonds, who now reside at Pointe zed days her later about, tactfully whether quiz-the Club the performance. 1
conductor. Whitecap Apartments. s
:ling ,
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cards and invitations were ,
new president has been - out (she had received one).
t In the Does for the Hit of the show at the They were all unsigned Termites? Ants? \ I "

liven years. She came Men's Garden Club Christmas Plans Benefit Roaches? Rats? i
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with her family 10 years party Saturday (which ,
from Indianapolis, Ind. had a turn-out of some 150 Evon Wliilliams FREE INSPECTION & I <

husband is a local busi- members and guests) was For Hospital ESTIMATE t(
an and a member of the Missionary Baptist Heads Massage CALL

e City Council. One son, THE TRIO WHICH WILL HEAD Venice Mr*. Ralph Anderson; president-elect: ; Mrs. Church Junior Choir, directed Association rIOTOXEOL"

Nokomis Drove 141, Benevolent end Patriotic Harvey Siegel, fint counselor-elect: : and Mrs. by the pastor The Rev. Venlce-Nokomis Woman's [.\;
James Suns. Particularly
I Order of Does, 'In 1965 are shown after their Richard Sadey, senior counselor-elect.: They charming, the partygoers Club will have a bridge luncheon 958-4534 Sara, collect

election on Dee. 10. They are left' to right and other officers: will I be Installed Jan. 14. laid, were the sister-duet( ;tt r4yy and style show Jan. 19 at Radio Dispatched I 'r

The GONDOLIER Venice: Fla. Thurs., Dec.: 17, 1964-5 team of Azalene and Dorothy Venice Gardens Recreation Our Customers ;

L4 Rotary-Anns Nevis he and Prexy other members Bill Court began said Center, to benefit Venice HospitaL are ALL V.I.P., i

decorating Venice Civic Center ..
Christmas Party Bride-Elect Denise Brown for the event at B:30 a. Plans for the event were
I and still there after OOOOOOXO) OOOOOOOOOC
were
m. made at the group's busineasmeeting 't
Held TomorrowA the party, until 1:30 am. removing Dee. 9. Mrs. Donald GULF THEATER '
Brings Wedding-Party Guests their handiwork.
religious program will Stevenson, ways and means
83 W. VENICE AVE. be featured at the annual I - : I
thru Saturday
Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. chairman, and Mrs. Robert Today i,
Rotary.
party Miss Denise Brown, bride. at 307 N. Nassau St. On Dec Stahl of Barcelona Street Hardee Junior Section chair Richard Boone i
Anne tomorrow in the Medi-
PRE.CHRISTMAS- terranean Room of Cyro's elect of Ralph E. AndersonJr. 28, Mrs Hugh M. (Stoney) have gone to California for man, are in charge of tickets, in ,
., arrives home today from Grey of Raleigh, N. C., and the holidays and to attend which are now available. r
Venetian Moon
Knoxville, Tenn., bringingwith Venice, will entertain with the January marriage of Mrs. J. Fergus Hunter, president "RIO CONCHOS" 1 t
The Rev. Donis Dean Pat
terson of St. Mark's Episcopal her two houseguestswho either a luncheon or tea at their daughter, Mrs. Patricia was in charge of the endKiddie 1

Clearance Church will be in chargeof ; will take part in her post- her home at 604 Narvaezl Long to a retired Royal Canadian meeting.At Matinee
i Christmas wedding to Ralph Mrs Grey's daughter, Miss Alrforce officer, David the luncheon preceding
the event, arranged Saturday 2
by E, Anderson Jr. Leslie Grey, will be a bridesmaid E Smith In Santa Monica the business meeting, Venice p.m.
Leon The 12- I
member Mrs. St.Terry.Mark's Junior The guests are Misses Sarah in the wedding.The . They will return aroundthe High School Chorus presented Bowery Boy
I Ditmore and Rebecca rehearsal dinner will of a program of Christmas in
first March. Miss Evon Williams of Ven-
Choir Charles
directed
McKenzie will ting by Gunn of Knoxville, class- be given by Mr. and Mrs --0- ice By-Way Is the new presi- music, under the direction of "TRIPLE TROUBLE"Tropical

A social hour will begin at mates of Miss Brown at the Ralph Anderson on Dec. 26 Jottings Joins the other dent of Pinellas District Massage Harold FuIU. Christmas table
University of Tennessee The at their home at 400 Pensa- decorations were arranged by
friends in congratulations to Assn, which covers the
8:3D and the buffet will
: p m All groom-elect, who Is also a cola Road. the Frank W. Bemms of! Florida West Coast from Port Mrs. H. C. Elam. Drive-In J
open at 7:3D: p.m. Rotary- University of Tennessee student The bride-elect's sister, South Venice who are cele- Richie to Fort Myers. Hostesses at the club's social -
Anns and their guests are also arrives today.A Miss Linda Brown, will be brating their fiftieth wedding bridge yesterday were Today thru Saturday '
welcome. Tickets may be obtained round of parties will fill maid-of-honor and Mistress Another area resident, Mesdames Margaret Darling, I
anniversary today. She has
from Venice Rotary Louis Rising of Nokomis, is "ISLAND OF THE 4
H. R Rubenkoenlg, Lloyd
Christmas week for the Diane Llppo of Chicago will been ill and unable to arrange -
I Club members members of the wedding be junior bridesmaid. Master for the open house they and second other vice-president.officers Helen They Shirley and Bert Tremaine. BLUE DOLPHINS" a \

party. Miss Brown and her Michael Anderson, nephew I
planned to have so they will and
Gloor of St.
College Club guests will attend the Debu- of the groom, will be ring. celebrate with her sister and vice-president Petersburg, and,John second

tante Presentation Ball in bearer. his two sisters in Bradentonand Gloor treasurer Ontario has 16,500 campsites "McCLINTOCK"
lACK SETSSIZES Sarasota and tie: Miss Brown is the daughterof secretary ,
Plans Special on Tuesday Palmetto. Both are very were elected at the group's in its 86 provincial and
Debutante Club coffee on Mrs. Terese Brown of 300 active in club, church and meeting in St. Petersburg parks Park supervisors expect "STATION 6 SAHARA"OOOOCXXXXXXXXOOOCXXXXXI I
3 to 4* Holiday Meet\ Dec. 26. On Tuesday also, N Nassau. The wedding will civic work and have been so Dec 10.Miss to issue 320,000 camp .
Mrs Jay Lumley will enter take place Dec 27 at S
p.m.
since coming here from Pal- Williams was gradu- permits this summer. __
VALUES UP TO 698 The College Club will holda tain the wedding attendantsand at Catholic Church of the metto eight years ago. Their ated from Dr. Vernon Cox's

special holiday meeting for family friends at a Epiphany, with The Rev. many close friends there will School of Miami in
Massage ,
$S1..98CLEARANCE members and guests Dec. 29 morning coffee at her home William Kelly officiating help celebrate the event. 1939 and has taken postgraduate SIMPLE INEXPENSIVE
at 8 .m. in the communityroom
p -oA courses in Chicago and
of Sarasota Federal new girl graduate Is Miss St Petersburg. She practiced GIFTS '
Savings and Loan Assn. Nokomis School Students Mary White, daughter of Mr. in Miami from 1939 until 1958 I
Miss Ernestine O'Connellwill and Mrs Gene White of Venice -
when she opened her salon in
Btt De/uwre/f QtaKty
RACK show slides and tell of a Gardens It will be official Venice.

two-month's trip she and her Present Christmas ProgramThe tomorrow. She Is receiving Installation services will be forMILADY i

EEN SIZES mother, Mrs. T. George 0' her A. B. in sociology at held at Sarasota Terrace Hotel DAUGHTER THE LIGHT Of YOUR EYE! :
Connell, took through Centraland University of South Florida.0 in February. Roy Dwyer,
America. entire at Eklund. 1
South studentbody - SWEATERS
past-president of both the
VALUES TO 8.98. Miss O'Connell Is head of Nokomis Elementary school Parking, will be provided at The Hugh M. Greys will be- state and local Massage I .'
education department will take in Christmas the southeast side I of the Evan P : ,
the scientific part a gin arriving Wednesday from Associations
will be install t
at Old Dominion program at the school tomorrow campus before 6:30 p.m. Raleigh, N. C., and scattered ing officer.till. Sidney byIJ :, t
$3.98 College in Norfolk, Va. She at 6:30 p.m. Those arriving after that points to spend the holidays ( ':
also is a consultant for En All will be in costume and time are requested to use in their Venice home

cyclopaedia Britannica the program will be presented street parking, north of the Mrs. (Lucy) Grey will be BLOUSES by '

on an outdoor stage at school. first home, and luckily so because : McMallarLady
the south end of the cafetor- Primary grade children she Is giving a partyon : Arrow

lum. Folding chain and loudspeakers should be at the school by 8pm. Dec. 28 for bride-elect Denise : ; Evan Picon*
will be used that
so Brown.
for costuming. They
parents may be comfortableand -0- HANDBAGS & JEWELRY by)
DAN18H all hear the program, according will participate In the' first Three charming additionsto
MAIL ORDERS NOW! Roger Yes S.
STYLING to Principal Elinor S. half of the program.DOOR the area are Mesdames

1IPACI Charles J. Hehrhan, Meade 1945 GRAND OPENING SLACKS & SHORTS by)
Herrick and Paul Huston "GREATEST SHOW
DISIOPI SAVING They are sisters from Cleveland ON EARTH" Mister Pants Evan neon .
Ohio, who each broughther McMuHe: Lombard! t

t' favorite antique pieces of: JAN. 9-10 rseh'see. : [, '
DRESSES
pe 1stt TV furniture with which to furnish SVlMSUiTSCOORDINATES
.. very delightfully, their sea I.' ,..... *.*. !.' ,.M. !

i new home on Shamrock Boulevard CIRCUS AMNAVINICI I
free SW
They have wintered flOUOA k1n. Wrapping

COMPARE IT"-' here the past two years and All Sots K Mrvtf_Tn M. Gift CertificatesExchange fE7Ad'e4oil5 > I

5AIN will entertain their area $1.50-$2.50-$3.50 !
STALL
friends at a Christmas din- '
How t* w4 r by mmH nr<
OTHERS... aclrYarrc.Tba. ner in their new home. and itMKIMd Mlf.Mt- ,
anM.d mv IOM wit I Mwck *rf.
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ANYWHERE AayOt I PRIZESFOR J env .: t. eNt. J
Our favorite reporter out O. Box set Mlno'lnt I drain
ON ANY Mission Valley way, former Vmlo.. Florid., m* sun ..miuu
'0d1e fmilai w.leer
Sherbour
CHANNEL newspaperman n e
Sweetland, ran away from III 205 W. VENICE AVE, .
SALE OR AUCTION: New and Used Furniture, neKsrra on aAlat

ALtCHANNU. Appliance, Bedding, Televisions,, New and Used Electrical his(who cookie is famous baking for her spouse artistic Mn-ta anseesVMIss a?aw..owiwa \ VENICE, FLORIDA \

TUNING : Fixtures, Small Hand and Electrical: : Tools and Christmas A_. r

1ninf.rmr plw/rsd n.esao Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention creations gingerbread) to spend the week. --- : j

JB-rtt duals(tain** p n-'".d.W STORE HOURS 9 to 5:30: DAILY CLOSED SUNDAY end with his sister, Mrs. Ber

OftrWiiNnr) aaalaswIb nice Knowlton in Homestead.

llG6nhdhs. PRICE UNITED DISCOUNT AUCTIONINC. On his return he stopped in MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH .'
OUR
with some newsy Items from
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NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE
'cdteTleaf'Eroi4 $279.95 Mission( Valley. POLICY ,

athiFr.rlltng WIT -oTo Caw yew .."',. k_ .--.l pr.|Mrty. sad .........1 li.bility. C-. .loss ....... by
Much Lets wit: Five new homes fin. RjHhwie. wl.Ji.nm hell, ..,,1..1..., nee. t d",1 .mmotiMs (.llt.9 .Ire..,., nKicl.i, .
Auction: Every Wednesday And Saturday are now under constructionthere salute *..d.lMi! a aaleiNs mlKki.l, ili.ft. (illinf .bi.ctt, water ........ from plumbing *.rbM .
}THe MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION Junction: U.s. 41 and Enojewood Rd. Ph. 488-5393 one the home of Mrs.Carol . lle l f ty>,seas W wi! .. .! ..,w bate, ,I... br.ik<9., fr.nfef east shakiest damage
I Sherman, teacher at .. pgfla-
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No With Trod PACIAM um crrr ot m AOJomtNa PAW
INSw'r
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C.M ls W+ .w.M. if fir. pnMN.a.MOells ,

Only $2.50 per week DID YOU KNOW THAT G & G METALSHAS HOWl c.u.f'OUI, ,
CAUN ITC s 4.eoe s 4.eeo S saoo $11,500 lt

CONTENTS 1,200 1,100 7,100 7,000 t; .

I TV THE LARGEST STOCK OF ALUMINUM AND SHAPES AND LlAI'liTY' 10,000 Ioo00 70,000 10,000
Inc. COST PEa YEAR 17.. 7t tz
FACILITIES TO FABRICATE AND WELD ALUMINUM IN SOUTH
NOTE TW swihy .kit MO DEDUCTMA K ,,,M. "tint d.e'.w.y.. Ew a. '
1163 SOUTH TRAIL SOUTH VENtCE-PH. 488-4574 SARASOTA COUNTY? .air ttsMMsi fcgttij aht j_ W* .JiMi} slims peempty as" k..e sisba hair ;: .is ear 'I.flies
.We aw tile Enlwlve e.M. far this I...... s.apag. .r tile ,.... A.sa.

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J40 BETTER SERVICE ANYWHERE W M37S. TRAIL PH: 488-3048" or 488-5784 SOUTH VENICE wfr_ fiM'aAUll A.aNeY t. YtIIbbt 1
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Venice Area Church Di'recto'


Prediction On TourismFlorida IT. MATBAWna/S' CHURCH ETWOOPAL 11081'8 man t-.
III OM GDO ..... Oftttot near CBSI.rRgrpA. "-q
*.. Wott u UohUHXBo .. 1Tww PHBSaYTaRI II .. AN
O. Y.d UM, Vtoo
win continue to gain ped last year. tourist We face competition Suo4w* rotor Sortloo.1 /r1.sa Dn e. J. ... \,
in Caribbean neighborsand SM, OoMM l i M .M M Ian 6.nAa.l1 ,no L.-, .
I I the number of tourists com The Increased number of from our *.,.. Chlldn.l Olr b... ::-1
lag to visit us. That's the visitors! this fall also paints also from our sister wel Aden ..,.
food news w* haw from the an optimistic picture for our states. VENICB ASSEMBLY Of GOD Youth P II.wM, easy .
v- n wu u Wru. A. Send. allr spy ,,:: Y
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Florida Development Commission winter To meet this competition = Cbolt 'lt ..
Tourists ,
seem
Of season. I.w Y.w.s Pwr a.l.n.h
MMBCB TKB ASSOCIATED raze: ofEMSR or TIB FLORIDA PKWS ASSOOUTIOMnpiolkotm
i the agency that has to be coming earlier this all of us should strive to improve ......, School. I Uiee MO.MonlM . .Tsdaw "M

{ ( !1 I'M A..L W r- Y wur.r .utMd a w I. .. of oU .. tll._ b. oradlud Mp done BO mucht to bring them year Already there's been our facilities for tourist Rwilm' Sonl wenbl o,,.tide IliMok p.Kortioc.e' T1WI1'r1f w:;:OrIT! CIItIaq
t N M s. r..M w.we, r thr. n-. .,w ... .1tIIo..kM) brews AU itoooj of ,.a.hllwya here and U In a position to enough cold weather up North develop more attractionsand wdn.dq. Pnrsr aye NenePegCUas :.
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I! tI ._101 1rp.wh. w cur. a.n.L know. for people to start thinking of continue the courtesy w..It n"/100, 4nre..
j n. ..d. h. .d.wev* .._ of tlr. .tw.lw a a/rr f W. .d IW se.uw III Basing their estimates on Florida with nostalgia. campaign emphasized by this were, : "IS
I Inrtldd..a,. .M .rt_ ,..r..bai YwraxaoCYURAAvznnsonlsv ottf: ', OOt
the tremendous fain in tourists Then too, the Kipllnger administration.In .
P.bll..... I.... 11..4.. ..... n....... r.IIN4 a, UloBl AMOIM we have experienced dur. Newsletter known for its accurate our promotion of the ..h'pAkw.aa p.an.YW, s. .
"i 4swN AI e..oa Gl.w Wwe AS Par Ofllo. M ,-_ HondoEditor leg the past four year of our reports: and predictions state ,we should realize that 2,05 r= ,=: ..... EPrlOPAL mans
At
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I, \ EDWARD D. BALL .............................. .... : and Publisher .administration. develop. has stated that Florida new areas now are open to us wr: :::. ... tar=+/YWq, "

SAM DILLON .. .............................. News and Newsphoto Editor will ment have commission IS million predicts tourist we It will have its a "terrific surmise winter.theeconomic for this attracting the tourist.influx Just of M eeaWedM.....11..."......41...L"......... .all .::1 Iq' . ..... 1f .h

COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager annually by 1963. bases boom this nation on Is visitors summer from Texas The people "... rrarr A.mn
?I 'I t It WILLIAM A. MEYER .................................. ......... Shop Foreman Although all figures, nat now enjoying and also on the there have heard about EMMANUEL LirnreiuM CHURCH 'I'M a.nose....... p
ROGER KILBY.. ... ......... ...................... Mechanical Superintendent I welly, are not complete for fact that more tourist facilities the excellent beaches of this soe a.*.Tomhoti T o Km mil Chwloo. 4ssw4srooto Iowa CbM''toll.. Oo 1M'I
o 1964 we expect to have 14.5 are being developed in area and are choosing K for Counh, .Soko.ll Sill Sill* pn.Worehlpl 10M' L'". 9.4.-hnde.relies, erne., ,
r : I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per rear, $3.U per six months $278 million visitors by the end of Florida In the areas where their vacations. Although 0.0 ;| tf:u: :: y'-I: rebel,
p ;t per three months 10 cents per copy Out of county ".25 per year, 1423 this year. This show a visitors normally stay. Texas: has not been Includedin LAUSIDB a mi. Bottk LUTHERAN.. UJ CHURCH 41 ,.a me. :. Goo.oI p.,,, HM
healthy fain of at least 300,000 Still another big boon to our advertising efforts to lloror. -- .
per six: months (3 per three months.Aort .. SbWweOIPYrrs w-,. tj: :: O I w. .
IStSe ;
ty
\ \ .tl. ...._..u_. PtoMo Par Sorrto .Bolporrllk flat AJPorlon tfeoopopw Rw'I J tourists over the previousyear ] the state, In bringing more a gnat extent previously now ......, .,1mL 0,55 ....
i i, t _..tint N.w York. N X.t ....... 0.., DonoN. YIN . and this despite the tourists is the new interstate a promotion campaign being Bible 04waelf ....,.
::1 f, .' stiff competition we had from highway system, linking Florida directed there to bring ran CHURCH or cum.SCIENTIST Canaan: e.u oP THa s
the New York World' Fair. with all parts of the nation. even more visitors. ,,w .. 01d"w vww-
: This past summer for In These easier routes of And so it will be in other set Wool Voxb. Avon* 'PMtr, e'j "a A"

I '! I 't> Sleepy Town-In A Pig's EyeMonday's stance all previous records travel will lure more and areas of the country. New ......., Son.:-it u.Suidor .Y.......', er1.o1N" L.
4 { were broken at Florida's eight more motorists as they are highways and more money to : ...School.. a 11 Mb L..i'nh::'C:: area' v
II i \ \\l Welcome Stations located: on completed. By 1970 when epend will entice visitors form ma. w 1 1Itrrioo, uiawal'W..ewr ...
W/ra&rat..M
l" the main highways most of these section of this land. All S n.e.Ousad :w4t hye y. rY
coming highways are every ... .
: : i 4 Seretote morning paper ceNtied of the four areas in the state which will into the state. More visitors open to traffic Florida we need to do i is to continueto frUtr o: alKSO, 1rr. t :P._____

.e ," .n Associated Frets new item under continue to enjoy| this phenomenal l growthfor stopped to drink a free glass should be attracting more expand our promotion ROM GRACE M DoN METHODIST ood Airport CHURCH Boo4Bo CHURCH 8: ''krnu
I of orange Juice and obtain Information than 20 million visitors annu and get Florida's *. Bdwoid U Clnkloo, Jr. TRx ,
I which referred Venice to come. program ..,
: : Venice dateline to years 14,111
$ a wowsa.nrw, Site ace. use .,
at these stations
t ally message across to this larger ::t.t'I' -
1 ; ", at "thil sleepy little town (population We have a suspicion that Mr. Plowden from June through September Although Florida will reap audience. CIo.UB...WSi.r.School, SiW.0.0kMrr a&. 1I o..n w1I

''P', 3,500.w) hat never set foot In Venice, that he than during any previous benefits from the interstate With all of us working together BON trw foe. ,.P.H.. TlK pm.SCVCNTH he/y Y...:;;;"
41Myy
; The dispatch which! carried the byline of based hit piece on a press agent's hand period. Almost 200,000 more system and will always be ina there's no reason why DAI AOVINT18Tf Qo 5MO .r' ..Of as rue, y.
hit visitors were counted at the favored position because of Florida cannot be even more Tiwt L "J. oool of Ran 41NokMK ,..:'....t,:4t.sa t. ,; Idr Idl
and that he wrote it sitting at fN
Gene Plowden and trcnimitted the out rio.ronor. K
; was on Welcome Stations during its Ideal climate and natural than it is today, the vacationland .
a U Molbow.rmror
AP wire around the country, told of the desk in Miami, which! in the trade It June July August and September attributes we should not re- of the nation or even the a.nr.:, 5,15;.. ..d lose se. CAL" :1IIauo&ll1J) CHU",
/ I There alto it of this year than stop lax: our efforts in attracting world. Dootbsi ",-.-, M o
plant for the circus benefit performanceon known as magic carpeting. tite fm.VBMIClNOItOMlS. 'I'M = ciC e., ate.
t' Jen. t for New College. the suspicion thet he got his handout from PKUSmJUAMCUUBCB 1Iu.... 1IebcooI, J.,:::-- Pwa

w Ii' It alto carried the Impression that the the pram agent who has been beating the The Open Door Mlolttor Oortd A. BWta Cwnw.olb Yonlns'Wo.NOIly/aa_.t... ,551 ti

r' I clrcin had brought over 40 new ecrs for drums for the circus preview end who hat ate r:Too=BloAo.-, H14su Voiito.roUovokl ea aOPRASUs ROMAN CAI,
1 ....
failed to mention Venice the home of eau as usuaCa or aumwus
i !I this one performance. at ,*
p Ro.
t wish r
I Having spent 30-odd yean writing for the circus Boa w rrSA1N7* fcUtl, 0Gonta W. 14M M-o, t,40l, B.Un ML pa.

'; .! the AP whose motto is "The Byline of If Mr. Plowden hat been to Venice it Morning Rounds : MARK CHURCH IPlSOOPAi, Cont Bu.dw.l..n.""SMoixtar. f:IM see. 4!to o.asa.

i well-acquainted must have been In the dead of night SonoiiU
: I t Dependability we are UNITED CHURCH' OF CHRIST
> .
'I'Ma't. oi fmUoroM.hU
'. 1'I! : with its passion for accuracy. But the when Venetians were in bed asleep, where By KAY LANIUSIt's IVAXUU41.AL CONGRKOriONAUCHRImA AND IUIPOIIIIIJI)

good old AP sure flubbed the dub grin they should have been. Venice doesn't 10:30 a.m By this time, many individuals to be admitted I am committed to familiarize "t:::bu'.ew0-:. The Ro* C Robort. Cktttt.. ru..r.a. ,

; .' vously on this one. spend the night out on the town until doctors have made their early It's truly a pity that you with an organization .. ., Vu:"fla.lw' fHI ..:-v=.1.1.s, a s.owurb
.
If Mr Plowden had bothered to check daybreak, as they do in Miami and left morning rounds patientsare such a state of mind persists. whose membership in the U._.tI s.wW........ of tkt Krvla BooUu* M the' ? II L8.G...d.. .. a"1" cur
i bathed and have had When the ... ... ...
prescribed absolute necessity HAV is dedicated to aid trained II. u4 Okuek .I.M. K. II
his facts he would have found he was only hope It never will be that kind of place.We'd medication. To many arises, we in the area are, indeed personnel in the care of .. -
tint Caodu !4 Uo iMalk). u Conut Adutt ,
I half hit figures. And at least those who have beenon fortunate for we have patients by defeating uneasiness TW 1..1x g
right on population be happy to have him come tee wsu.WHa Caaxinlo' =4. ': or Con on* Hn.
the inside looking at.the available to us a hospital that and despair with cheerful wan ,'! u4 Holy Or. '""",** :,
little town" bit he ,. ..
at for the "sleepy 0._ at 10.00 O.M dorms site wnk.BAJTI8T V. GorcI.
: j \ us end show him we're not a "sleepy little same four walls over a periodof rates among the tops in any service and encourage rUin
:: would have found that Venice is the wide And until he does Mr. Plowdenhas time the approachinghours community. It I. not my purpose ment. Were in the hospitalto or OsPszv CUUKCHIk IIOUTH VENIce IlAI'TIITTo.

awake hub of a rapidly-burgeoning South" town. of the long day aheadare however to dwell on the make:: someone happy and kmRixlw _._.... 0 r..u_ ?sheet Bottle Dt */dN Old 1 Enilnool U
libelled hell wearisome and somethingto many phases or intricacies .... Tko .... Aitbgr ,
pardon the expression -and. U Snllok
i\ jl Sarasota County area, of 39,000 souls and be endured. How you yearnto incorporated: in the administration , some day that someone maybe a.A..lN .-.. Wonblp. s.,.... It,M o.",,
r, I that hat described it at one out of our town. boat MonlBi Wanhlpi. II cur sad Rcmxili t>4t cue.
Kiplmger'i be out in your fishing, of the Venice Hospital. you.DICK TralKlot: U.wa, ItIO fjm.
: r1llST
on the course swinging a golf Enoilu Worahlpi lilo P.K. m.IN..e CRR/STIAN CHUICI
I I' 1 club or simply doing those .- -- MMPivo I.se ,jo W J U s.tl.ii,. YwW'T.r: E.. V.= 4_
r dally household chores. r_.. J1Io C.. a. u P.1

. ?1 i j : I Two Faces Of A Democracy realization But then, there's when you a time must of tn(KOKOMIt Tonrwon POUBU BAPTIST HooUng Trail' PlMO CBAPEl WllOo..rum,... Sdraok 11 BAPTIST asa. I ill u.CHUBCB

I reach a true perspective. You a.- ray Ad..trt. CM.hh.
or VENICIMlakord
remember the pain you endured & TIM .... ::ullk, let.b. P.s. R. Ltori POM*
In 29 In the cratic Party bigwig shrugs off as "just
I Mississippi prime suspects before you made thefln.l ....sM.i It4t as Bnodof. School. t can, om.Wonblp .

:i*' killing of three civil right workers oret' another goof the questionable overpaymint decision to enter the ,Moralu.,...... O Wonalpi.HMI' .... .r p&. BorrUKl v...... 1 11::10.o tM,...JkTralolM .
', summarily freed of $35,000 on a government con hospital, and how relieved F IiOllW W..a,.. (tM OJror .. _.''a. Borneo, lilt 0.10.Wodno .
$0)
...
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N.wwe HoM>f i >dw Pram Mantes. ('N
I *,' p In Washington the party In power it struction [ob. The attitude of the partyIn both are mentally now. and physicallyyou 5,14 rs.d ,. ....
*
: doing its best to keep the lid on the power In these matters it not shared, You also remember the

f" J' Bobby Baker scandal; the party out of by most of the rest of the nation. Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer

I ',' power Is doing Its best to lift the lid. The federal government's justifiable warm morning"Hello"aid, who early gave you this a > .

I !'i1') The party in power eipresses, dismay concern over happenings In Mississippi morning- when she brought YOU CAN GET. .

\l' and frustration at the turn of events in end its outward lack of skulduggery the paper and asked If you
concern over
would her freshwater
like to
I .' 0 Mississippi This feeling is shared by much put
within its own family constitute on the flowers.
5' of the nation Now there's one more tap i
I 1!| The party in power dismisses as noth- a split personality which leave one wondering on the door and another ladyin

| Ing of consequence the many-faceted and whither this Democracy of ours .what pink would says you"Good like:: morning to read, , 1 rlylvrimn.i4t

| '.: shady dealings of Bobby Baker A Demo It heeded. today?" It's the volunteer in y
r charge of the Patient LibraryCart.

I II I Say this isn't going to 3
be such a depressive day after III Men'

I II: 'Jt: Not What It Seems al.Let's. see do you want & Lacies'WATCHES

i iI something light or heavy?
"Why not have a choice of
j J !i' This country$ tales' great pride in the chasing power the worker's '1742 income each" replies the lady as BUILDINGSIN

:: dramatic Increase In Income that hat wet $1.556 less than it seemed Further though she were reading your Vafuee fo $75. STEEL

f i I I' occurred over the 'years. Unfortunately in terms of purchasing power, H wet only ,thoughts.wheels into With your room that a cart she GRUEN, WATHAM COLOR. .

1 however the figures. taken alone, fail to $416 larger then his 1947 Income. Hit painted shocking pink! / HEL8ROS look
p .; How about this it's really $22.88 with the modern
I 111 tell the whole story. gain wet far lets than It generally' under
I in living color) The cartis
$$1 A report from the Manufacturers Association stood.It constructed so that in each
\ e FROM PLANS TO OCCUPANCY In. days, not months
I l' of Colorado provides some need Is what dollars will buy-not just the compartment for easy viewing

J 1 ed clarification In 1947 the average tote I of dollars in the pay envelope are magazines hard back e TYPE, SIZE AND STYLE to suit your exact needs
and CANDY
books backs
, i I, production worker's take home pay (after thet is Important. That can't be too often articles, from paper the' downstairsgift Stove r. Whitman, Femy MRnsll + e MORE SPACE, MORE BUILDING for your construction dollar
w
i I i deductions for the federal Income tax restated And it is vitally important now, shop."Would. L00 to 57.50 e A COMPUTE SERVICE by i reliable local firm

I : i I and social I security) wet $2,474. Fifteen at fears grow that we ere, in danger of you like one of our
'! latest Eerie Stanley Gardner
i I I;' years later in 1962, it wet $4,444., That embarking on a new round of inflation. Perhaps you'd prefer a love JEWELRY GOLD & SILVER\\ 4i1iiiO&O METALS

\ ; ;" h looks like a very handsome jump indeed. Certainly the government .has no greater story' or here's this week's Hu g trber g to SZL !
take those all Life. You may have all $1.00 '
'I' But! duty than to steps possible Phones 488.3048.48651
three if you wish, suggests :
I irc "! j The 1962 dollar, because of Inflation, cuts in government spending being the librarian. Well there's O PIPES, LIGHTERSLORD Authorized Dealer

..1<< wet worth 35 per cent less than the 1947 the primary one-thet will protect 0 what dozens from which to select, ''TOB CC SOUTH VENICE 2237 S. TRAIL_

i'I l. 0\1" I.I.'J I't,I L dollar This meant that, In terms of pur it left of the dollar's worth. so plus you a colorful end up with cigarette all three case

I :, '. 1 ,hn I), with attached lighter, something


III[I t\ :'I' ::I 'I iIi 1;:' ; I!; : Kennedy Plugs Keep Appearing books There yourself you and.was for had magazines no been charge a long promising, and for time.the the & LADY the d best recipe for folks


i ,. case was a real bargain. WIIBUXTON newly moved to

j rL ; Sometimes it seems that there's more a very narrow margin after the expenditure After an exchange of light
conversation the volunteer .
11 f l' collusion than coincidence among writ. of' large sunn of' money, especially wheeled out her pink cart Lighter Sets Cgentte Cafes,
I
Specteinen Venice
J ,I I.t. ers for news magazines, the press associations conspicuous In the primary campaign for and with a. gentle smile on fROM $2So

p o f and syndicated columnists that the' nomination Robert his brother won her tomorrow face promises morning., "See Have you a .. 11 Tab me phone call (or coupon blow),

t :!J. 'l I results in their doing whet they can to put the senatorial race In New York with the good day. add hostess with baskets of flfts vA

f another Kennedy in the White House. blessing of President., Johnson because the You settle down to read V. A D'E.S'' Information shout the city, stir In peso

I : ill I They .keep reiterating In wale of the latter wanted help In getting the Negro but wander.find You that are your so appreciative thoughts -- $1.50 to $15.PERfUME I hit emus hospitality and delightful and you'll slams hive asa JIM t-

f Ii election that fer the tint time In history vote throughout the United States At of this service. Everyonehas f 1.00 to $11.00 phone

I :'. of the nation three, brothers have won least that is one. of the plausible explanations been so grand to. you cOLOGNE -

J Fi election to the United States Senate. They offered by competent observers. during did your off stay the here. Why ....5 clapSETS'
} you put operationyour tAE
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p speculate about which one of the two Brother Teddy's first senatorialy victoryIn doctor had indicated six \ WdcoPHONE agon

'i t ;i living Kennedys will be.t the other to Massachusetts was certainly partly if months ago? 'fortoWl"'I.cw.tc". \ $ Sjp I_ to $\0.

the presidency. Not a few of them .use. not largely due to the oft-repeated assertion the It's thought true, some of going people to a dread hospital. MANY o'tt'W-S ekes

the awesome term "power base" as something that he could do more for hit In fact many ease histories VMnWELCOME

Impregnable end Irresistible Others; state In Washington, than could his opponents. are evidence that pati -----w.ar---r rrr rani

are fascinated with the word "dynasty," At the time Brother John wet ents' Sear in and prOcrastInatIonresulted HOIICOMHBt I
unnecessary ops-
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I monarchist type of government and has These Kennedy victories with no defeats Doctors are doing very- & MEADOWS I
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r no place In a republic. What .these. follows brought into general use the phrase, medical power examina urgeregular ADO"I" ICI1'I.

( are doing makes. such a thing possible "the magic of the n.me.- tions, which often save ap.its 211 W.'Ven1c.'Aw. -ph; 4886776 I
here however because ant the necessity of hospital] \Yanks Medll I Canter '
pertly they Thet phrase came from a song pepuJar cation. Insurance. "Agencies, ph. 0481.3985 Please tin the Welcome Wagon Hostw all! sit meD
want to see .It happen. We don't, like should via newspapers, radio and WE GIVE TV STAMPS, I Would like to subscribe to the RnNOOLlER I
the prospect and hope they'lf(.all>. be **. many years ago ,and be'put.. TV. announce benefits that D I Unady subscribe to till

4, appointed.: -... bed there. make. everyone.hospital Even are so availableto :there fill out coupon and,mill, to Circulation Oept. SONDOU"J I

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CAST; or CHAIACTESSIX D.ta. xnb aa Mri. Dillon atepped into I particularly'nice role but be shades 'of green and the scenery FREE DONUTS AND COFFEE SERVED FROM 10 P.M. TIL MIDNIGHT .
I"Yo:7oiiii,. ; .M.nlf. the play with less than aweek'a does a very good Job. committee had good luck
-14J' : rehearsal and baa ;John DeMarslc6,who with their painted outdoor r. ,
e: : == Dub plays SALE STARTS
.uu !a.w. a.hp done a truly remarkable Job. Larry 1s scene. :
Fallon an engaging Hour
pnla:: : _' rue+-. As a comedian, aha bat Thursday Half Specials
::; no
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'01". __.. .- rn.Y T.h.. equal. Courtney Wlllia la boy and Shines in his The play; runs tonight 6P.M. :
Jot i w..b Dmw brother role. Dottie
::: completely believable younger through Saturday with cur. r
Carl MacOowart ai Ellis makes Willamay the tain time 830.: Tickets are
EDGE Bridget1 kind of modem day "old family available at Beall's
PEACUIE Department /
B; father. 11:30 6PM
He U talked about, retainer" that every Store in the Venice 11 PM START ,t
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Indian Ciridders Named' Bennett Teams Venice High's MacDonald, Hodges




___ With Erickson Granted Football Scholarships


y White Sands Conference All-Stars For LVMGA Win 1 -

Bruce MacDonald, vanity ,der had ever previously signed nounced for 1961
The; two-ball, best-ball tackle for Venice High Schoolfor with a major university Hodges was named on Oe
match played by the members i the past three seasons, and that was end Ralph Anderson 1984 All-State team, hone

1 f, of the Men's Golf Association became the first area football who Is attending University able mention which _M also?Nreleased
rt 1 First
f player to sign a scholarshipthis of Tennessee Sunday
I last weekend at the fall when he Inked a four.year Venetian to receive an athletic MacDonald is
Lake Venice Golf dub was : grant-in-ald pact Saturday scholarship was Pete Mr. and Mrs MalcolnTV'Donald '.
won by Guy Bennett and 1C.I I with Florida State Uni Ripley, a 1960 graduate who of Manasota Key,
W. Erickson with a low net versity. went to Lenoir Rhyne a Hodges Is the son of Mr and and
I End Charlie Hodges, also small college power in North Mrs. Charles Hodges of Ven
of 62. : a three-year veteran, was Carolina. Anderson was graduated ice. Both are teachers In
three twosomes the
There
'ere Venice in 1962, Venice school
from
signed to a similar scholar.ship system.
,
tied for second with a low
ball at
Monday with Memphis and played freshman
net of 60 They were RalphWaller -
Tennessee before suffering a
.I and W. Kaley, Dr. i State. other Indian grid- leg injury that ended his football
r lall Duke and Al MacNeill, and Only one : Southeast 68
I _....,./-4 G S. Dunn and Doc Evans. I playing day. ,
II 11'11'' .i' : MacDonald Peden Hodges McDonnell Joelson Harper Zacharlas Somers Henrlques The teams of Art Norton MacDonald, 8-2 and 190
: Schram Elected
: ,,: and Harold Lurie, and Bill I: pounds, averaged 37 yards Indians 37

''I I ", .:j I I II A half-dozen Indian footballplayers pects for their grid teamsThe view; and Guy McTheny, Ice; HALFBACKS Jeff Cox and Jim Duncan, tied for SFOA PresidentFor per punting kick chore while for handling the Indians the
Chapman, Sarasota, and Dan fifth. Their low net was 68
came in for postseason Herald-Tribune All. Sarasota.
.% : laurels this week when Stars: Defense Fiorelli, Riverview. In the nine-hole division I the first time In the this year He is also a Speedy Dale G.sklnl and
1 \ they were named to the first Offense ENDS Bill James, Charlotte Honorable Mention there were three twosomestied history of the Southwest Flor- weight man In track and tan Steve Summers paced
!" \\ annual Herald-Tribune All- ENDS Hodge., Venice, and Steve Summers, Zacharias, Harper and McDonnell for first place with a low ida Official's Association, a runs the 220-yard dash. Southeast to an easy 68.37 via
14, net of 38. They were Bob local man was named as Top Pass Receiver tory over Venice
;'I! White Sands Conference and Jim Carey, Sarasota; Southeast; TACKLES-Ralph Venice; Roger Schultz here TW
I ,a, : team. Four are seniors and TACKLES-Bruce Plerstroff, Constantino, Southeast, and and Larry Albritton, Pal. Courter and Joe Scott; Walt president Bill Schram was Hodges Is 6-4 and weighs\ day night In a White Sand!
two juniors Sarasota, and Greg Van Dor- MacDonald, Venice; metto; Bill Canter and Mac Keitel and Waly Curran, andE. elected to the post in a meeting at 19S.: He is a high jumperand Conference game with 25 and
y" Ron G. Dunaeith and A. G. held Tuesday In Sarasota weight man In track. He 15 points,
I I Representing Venice on the en, Riverview; GUARDS- GUARD Lemar Forbes, Harmon, Sarasota; De- respectively.
"dream" team are backs Somer., Venice, and Jay North Fort Myers, CENTERBob Sears and Louis Wyatt, South Natzke Schram has been a Venice handled the kickoff chores The Indians took an earl
Ray Joelson and Paul Peden, Taylor, Sarasota; CENTER- Schakow, Riverview; east, Richard Giles and Ray Third place with a low net resident for the past five for coach Jim Powell this fall 5-2 lead and trailed only 13.nat **
end Charlie Hodges, guard Bill Vessels, Riverview; LINEBACKERS Gary Ber. Hindman, Charlotte; and Noah of 37 went to Bill Bose and years. Originally he came and was top Indian receiver the end of the first quart
t Bob Somers, tackle Bruce BACKS-Joelson and Peden, ninger and Ron Schweld, Sar Powers, North Fort My Ev Brown. from Lansing, Mich. wherehe with 35 receptions for 349 er. A pair I of free throws b,
MacDonald and linebacker Venice; Tobe Halton, River- asota, and Henriquez, Ven- ers MGA members playing in had been an arbiter in yards He scored three touchdowns Chuck Elliott In the opening
,
I !! Joe Henriquez. Peden and the nine-hole division are 1 professional, collegiate and and kicked one conversion moments of the second pej
the urged to make sure that they I high school sports. He also for 19 points lad knotted the count,
n are Juniors on but
,i Henriquez BY 46-44 SCOREMooney Evers'Anthony are playing the specific nine headed the officials' association Both Hodges and MacDonald Gasklns and Summers team.
: the squad.
;l'. 1 Indians gaining honorable indicated on the entry sheetin in Lansing for a numberof made the White Sands ed up to up the Seminole lead
mention were end Nick Harper 1 Team Captures the pro-shop. Their score years. Conference All-Star and All- to 33.20 at halftime
; center Tom McDonnell cannot be counted if they : Dick Van Serke, Braden- County teams last year and Venice kept pace win
and tackle Jim Zarharias VeniceIn Seniors' EventA play the wrong nine holes ton, was named vice president were included on the first Southeast for the first three
All are seniors Edges The event this weekend, to ; Nick Lucas, Sarasota, !Sarasota Herald-Tribune All- minutes of the third period
1 t I two-ball, best-ball match be played Friday, Saturdayand secretary; and Dr. John Conference team announced but with the score 43.30 the
. was played by the Seniors' Sunday, will be a four- Brooksbank, also of Sarasota, Sunday. The All-County team Indians failed to add a point
: Ray Jorlson Venice Monday Morning Breakfast ball, best-ball match. Members will be booking rgent. and coaches' AU-Conference while the Seminoles racked
III r h School' stellar Group at the Lake Venice may make up their own The SFOA handles all selections have not been an- up 23 to build the lead
I I'f quarterback for the past Venice' Golf Club this week foursomes and sign the entry White Sands Conference 63-30. to
1 two season, was' named Basketball OpenerThe and 41 players participated. sheet before teeing off. games Terry Green broke the Ven.
., I I.' Sarasota Count, top The winning twosome was FivePosts ice scoring drought
Myakka with
., back for 1964 In the annual Mark Evers and John Anthony I pair of field throws 'I e
''I t Sarasota Journal A II- Indians of Venice High moments of the second quart- with a low net score of Power Squadron Schedules through the final quarter midway
,, I County team . announced School opened their basket. 31. Jim Sikora
was
,!/ I ,esten,. Other Indians ball season on a losing note er.The lead changed hands There were four ties for I Victory for the Indians with top 19 scorer
I making the first team Friday night when they were seven times In the final period second with a low net of 32. New Course In 1 The Southeast jayvees
were guard Bob Somers edged by Cardinal Mooney, with neither team boastIng They were Art Hackett and Piloting came from behind to down
and end Charlie Hodges. 46-44, in a nlp-and-tuck tilt more than a two-point ad Joe Lavery; Joe Hasler and i In Men's League the Venice Junior varsity, 49.
Garnering support for that wasn't decided until the vantage. George Hermansen; Gene 45.: The Indians led
first team berths, but I The Venice Power Squadronwill contact Stan Bennett at the by a 28.
final seconds. Rayburn and Joe Scott and
Indian Jim Sikora led all 17 margin at the intermissionand
named honorable mention Venice led by a 44-43 count scorers with 18 points, while Bill De Mers and Bob Hand- present a new course in Venice Camera Shop, 323 I Myakka Lanes posted a 56-\ although outscored In the
linebacker Joe Hen- "Piloting and Small Boat West Venice Ave, 488.
were phone
I with 50 seconds to go, but fell Nails the Cougarswith ley. 48 victory over National third period still
topped I were ahead,
: rlques, tackle Bruce !MacDonald Handling, starting Wednes 2421 Charles Zabriskie, '
behind when forward Mac 15. Grout had 13 for Pro-manager Carl Roh- ; or Bank and Edwards Barber 38-33. at the start of the
and right halfback mann has called attention Box 153 Englewood, phone Shop whipped Venice Noko-
Nails drove In for a layup Mooney and Morton Chiles a to day.According fourth.
Paul Peden. with 35 seconds remaining like number for Venice. the fact that all player. to a spokesman Myrtle 72721. mid Bank, 63-19, Monday Steve Dalton and John Pit.
: Peden and Henriques The Indians got a couple The Indian junior varsity should be sure that they have for the sponsoring group, night In a Sarasota County cock were high point men for
are Juniors and the other the registration ticket from upon completion of this i Men's Basketball League .
more shots but failed to connect romped to 47-21, Venice with 14 and 10 respectively. .
I four are seniors. and then Nalls sunk the the an easy "B" the cashier's desk before teeing course the student will havea NEW DRESS, SI YEARS OLD doubleheader. Richard Wood
Mooney
; of free throwsto victory over off on Monday as well working knowledge of the Bruce Andrew paced the
i first of a pair as scored 19 for the winners
team. John Pitcock set the
.} Joelson, Peden, Somers and up the count to 46.44 with for Venice with 19 on any other day mariner's compass and how: KEY WEST (AP) Mrs. Myakka win with 18 points.
Hodges also made the All- just six seconds left Venice pace to use it, and how to correctfor Glenn Altland of Key West Also in double figures were '
while Steve Dalton hit
State honorable mention list was unable to get another for points 12. Charlie Powell was BARE TREE, the errors which are ever has just made a new dress George Zuraw and Chuck for anenjoyable
.."3 ,i ing. This is the All-State shot off and that was the ball third high for the Indian jayvees FULL FRYING PAN present; the rules of the At least, you could call it Reiter Jr., with IS: and 14
+ t team covering/( all state high game. JACKSONVILLE (AP) road; safety afloat and sea- points, respectively. Bobby GOLF
; I schools. The Class A "Little"i The host Cougars led, 10-9 with 10.Venire Fishermen say that occasion- manship. Also the student that. You could also cay it's Ball had five and Jack Graham day of
All-State team has not beenreleased at the end of the first quart. Scoring ally a bass will strike at just I gets a grounding in small over 50 years old. four to complete the _
Venice's Bobby Jayvees Powell, 5-0-10: about anything. But the boat handling, equipment and for the winners.
; er. At the half Venice was Dalton, 60-12 Pitcock, 83- bass Mrs. Altland used a dress scoring TRY
Harrison made the third out in front by a 25.22 margin ; near here seem to have gone government regulations, aids High point man for Ve-No
length bought In 1913 by
19, Bibbee, 102 Walker, 0-( an SARASOTAGOLF
.j' team backfield last ; beyond the to navigation and charts and
limit
year. Early in the second period They hit Bank was Ken Allen with six
I Yet to be announced Is the 0-0; Egglefield, 10-2; Law- viciously piloting aunt. The aunt was killed In
at homemade
the Indians started hitting a plug : Both the Myakka Lanes CLUB
I 14' ,re coaches' White Sands Conference and built a 25.16 lead before rence, 022. Totals, 21547. fashioned out of a spoon deco Classes wil be held at the an automobile accident a and Ve-No Bank teams are
I J/ 0 All-Star team. Mooney s Chris Kail hit Varsity Joelson, 0-0-0( ; Si rated with a trail of metal Tarpon Center Yacht Club short time later and the material made up of players from the FEES.t';Y. GREEN 3.00Just
I kora, 7-4-13 Morgan, 1--2i
4 MacDonald and Hodges on a basket and four free ; foil Christmas tree icicles. every Wednesday, startingJan. was tucked away in a Venice, Nokomis and Englewood .
F I I this week signed full athletic throws to narrow the gap. Chiles 4-513; Elliott, 228.: Oldtimers said they'd never 13, at 8 p.m. for 12 cedar chest. communities. Myakkais Off Bee Ridge Rd
: scholarships with FSU and A two-pointed by Cougar Ringo, 0-0-0; Satava, 2-15; seen anything like it for slay- weeks. Only recently was it din I-Ion the season and Ve- South of Sarasota
Memphis State, respectively Bert Grout tied it up at 30-30 Green, 0.0-0. Totals, 161244. Ing the bass. To register for the course covered and put to use. No Bank is 02.
I Several other members of the in the third stanza and then a
1964 Indian team, which finished basket by Bob Smithers
I the regular season with made It a 32-30 ball game- For a black eye, apply a
i and 8-2 mark before losing to the first time Mooney was out cold compress immediately JLI! _
Lake City In regional Class in front since Venice had for about 15 minutes per
A playoffs, are also being taken the lead in the opening hour a -
considered by university athletic r
'/ departments as pros 8-The GONDOLIER, Venice. Fla. Thurs, Dec. \\7, \1964 C '
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By EUGENE GILBERT,
President, Gilbert Youth Research, Inc. 1 I II I
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arentS wb vol<1 'IVln" Lisa Nurlck, 17, of Chevy grow into a responsible at dinner, but even that I t
responsibilitiesfuse Chase, Md., explained it! I'At age four. the job adult'l'helpa" eras..aNrw.tC.n.P.r.r
it might interferei "Any Job helps a child to only putting a napkin at I Boys and girls were equally. I w. sues wa. W e.... b.ww.m.w.p.ee ,
studies appear to certain that home responsibilities '.N.w birm'1 .we,.V... Mr
i their ,
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the wrong road., were of value in improving d Cb e..p.Nkye.e '
/following from the young pea their school grades Joe rn Nr d.r. ;' '
'themselves k.lt : responsible Wood, 18, of Dallas Texas, pa b.,. M.d"a.d .. $30.00 v.ArI I
[around the home don't thought a teen-ager with : ., .,...rZ MUrro-nrattc \
fact also "will tend to take
their studies In chores
help( them to get better on achoolwork as a responsibility g7sa2283J J PRESSURE COOKER '
and take pride in dosing
, do we know Because n" a Job, well" Fourteen. Pressure control automatcaDyreguIates } ,I .' ,

les.VI 1292 teen-agera year-old Gary O'Shaughneasy Manitoba, said, at 15 Ibs.Heatproof '
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and the re- I I of Winnipeg vJ
subject ,
no doubt about their y I such a youngster "probablywill plastic hantfies. $83 ,i ,
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,p. A sizable responsible 82 per cent for homework study harder more freely be- MA'T M Y FINEST COLLECTION I I Ix' 4 I quart capacity . U w" 1

that fled being chores around thee = A cause he is used to working" or TiiM" T, cuJiutsT,
A child with home responsibilities l'I
helped them do better whatan Rolo-ShJne HBIIANIMAll INTOWMtyr
What's more, 94 per "can appreciate .,,. .
hoot. education Is and that their MAGNETIC E1EC1IJC owns Mouse 3 wl
those questioned con Ma. HM MONKEY ... a**
of parents can't give them SHOE POUSIER.4 ...,,
important that they aw 13*Vif. fOOCH ?, 3.ee
ed it such responsibilities. everything and that they haveto ...... arrArahdhd jonm u Pooch. seep
ven cent al- work for It." was the opinion dwkdrlnaa ,k,SF KANOAIOO ...r. LMvrl7
duality, 89 per of Victor Shear a 17-year- + -.4 ........ Je
perform assigned tasks, old from Bethesda, Md. --..
nj from washing the car Among the girls, Karen De. p ;
taking the garbage the out Bell 17, of Denver, Colo, said qK rawgNre$ 1 14..g0t3eeoe
:hi boys to washing a teen-ager who is "used to MfRRO
and cooking for the of him I
ti having things expected .
4' 1, or her will find that it carries
, the teen-ajera get paid over into school work A 3 Qt Electric f fi
that they do for their similar view was expressedby
laT Only 34 per cent said Marjorie Johns, 16, of Ko- CORN POPPER i \
At to when childrend kendauqua, Pa, who said: I 1AMIAICAN
Class clear tiec
cover gives
begin receiving home "It establishes a good patternto
nnments, 66 per centht follow in everything" Likewise !111090rwN NreeILMAR Makes delicious popcornnosJakmg
it should be between year-old Margaret or stirring
ages of six and 13. Ands Pierce of Louisville, Ky., ( CAN OPBtIBR n.ItlLileWge.u Mso heaU soups 997ak.
something for parents with this comment: "Because a } toaixtext t
,<,nder. Fourteen per cente such persons learn what is ex Opera c.M rry.N I
boys and girls felt their pected of them and try to do assail InKklaeaauweheunN. e .: a"_. h.ae. wabP .
aims IN..s a.Ial.d
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and fathers should w
en q4neela
A .uA..h..rN
i dishing out responsibili it"Among minority opinions a.q.en Inds,Iwrw.N.to
when the youngsters are I were those of Margaret Harp. fl.eenp Gt 66
r six years of aget As The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie. Thurs., Dec. 17, 1964-' ring, 14, also of Louisville! eras .a.Ll el....PurtMr./.1 eld/
who thought children with .
home chores "worry about bJ
things more," and Philip Anelini .
17, of Randolph, Mass.,
I who thought a youngster with tf )'t >>Cit )1 n
home'responsibilities "some- ,
times has too much on his
mind" iiii

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9.99slttseso 100immersible. U.UUPENETRAY
In Florida by COMPASS WITH MODELS ;
h state and local governments POa $30.00! i +sA w.ywY.ts'a a'.A'pS4'
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1963! an increase: of 16 percent i ''I
over the previous year ) i I" I
compared with a national increase f 'f ii i \
of nine per cent, the
Florida State Chamber of I
Commerce reported in its 1 I Ie i
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1 Weekly Business Review.
L "The Florida state govern. T armorial cnnhofed Mokee6Jlc.aroad ii i
ment spent $606600,000 of ...I h.mburpers.Cool l bok.lll. hadhi ,
5 this amount and the $1,177,. I Ug .Trlp.plal] chrome f IMA.Cunli .
100,000 balance was spent by fkmgereel1ed.

governments below that level 1293 4 e. W,d slew. I
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NCAKE DINNER sponsored by Engle. scholarship to be awarded an Englewoodgirl costly service of date and lo FROMa99 150 watt spotlight Include
at later date. Cooks Ray Leach and cal governments, accountingIn !
Women'sb a
odi Business and Professional Glamorous( lighting -
above Mr. and Florida last year for $ 93.
Max Miller ere shown serving 3a99
b and served at the home of member Scott 700,000 of the total from all for tree.
Karl Hoffmann and Mr. and Mrs. your
,i Miller, Overbrook Gardens, proved toM Mn. ourcea Expenditures for M 'ww.a
outtfanding success with more than 70 Ashworth. highways amounted to $319,. G 4.rWwtlartlr4w w 'qQD

ings. Proceeds help finance a college 00000; for hospitals and
I health $169?,BOO,000; public 4 s :2
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welfare $108,500,000; general

government $88,000,000; police ..NU.w..wrw.nr
Il , protection $73.200.000; Inerest ELECTRIC arwewrr.aa"w
idI 3 'i Jli, ryk on all debts $79.900,000; ICE CRUSHER i ,, 499 ,
h fire protection $28,400,000 and =::'::. 199 = :_ t
blidNrfil nliu
sewerage All of these systems categories$41,300,000.showed till for tan Hit,Hoi*I w "
considerable Increasesover ways cl let repress but "k
bnbolMrab.latMrbbX699 ,
1962 except the amount *
spent for sewers which dropped -
four per cent. WestinghouseCLOCK
"Included in the above
amounts was a total of $489; RADIO 1
300,000 in capital improvements -
schools, 1 1I 1a 1r 1t
such aa new Wake-to-music switch turns
,hospitals and highways eP ar ew wr
k "The balance of the total ar tC.tCtCtCtC radio on automabcalty. Easy

date-local expenditure of $1,. OP 10$ r$Th TALUS DOUILI IED 9:99J.: \ to read clock face. 1C 00

783,700,000 purposes went, principally for a varietyof con.servatlon .. i LOPNEMIs PILLS 35 BLANKET | Alnico speaker.... **

of natural resources I
and publicly owned utill J
ties !$!... VALUE "L1.rorNORELCO 991
three aourecs of SIZI 14-01. 12 TOUR "
"There are 61 RAZOR ton
these atate-local funds in LISTERINE COrWNJfNCfWE I
Florida. Taxes and other I GIFT
revenue brought in $1,462-
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tq.0D PAtKItllOS.MONOPOLY .
the federal government TAWS
500,000 WRAP
. ;provided $186,300,000 it sin -OBis 10L 59'ri GAME 2.991 Ifs outPteAsuee
at Nokomis beach. The Delaware family and the balance was borrow. 'EPTO i 10WSAP
UTH COUNTY'S GULF BEACHES are a Thanksgiving with Mr. Lovelace's parents ed for repayment by Floriilana YOURnRC9ASe
'"III> winter attraction for northern visitors spent at a later date." M
.Leslie G. Lovelace, Lyons .sAlyrv.
Mr. and Mrs. ,
GOT. VAIUI
area residents alike. Mr. and Mrs. or S4DRISTAH 1, aPFCIAIwaAPria
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Read, and Advertise in mating chicken and celery In CHRISTMAShat


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fled to the Circus Hall of personalities of past three pres )
ocher. Jan. 3. ent. It has designated
Sunday
five from categories for'the annual Ilk' lOUI CURLINe :
world personaliuea of the big top will awards: artist, business and SpecialsFRIDAY SI.4* VALUI 991 13 R I ,
Honor recipients CAKE 1 RIBBON kI'V
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Traditionally I I.a ) (425 da-: Molded Homlney Grit Peppermint
time for sweets minute or Hot and Spicy Peach Chutney Peppermint l'leee.i
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factions. brown a* Salad Bowl Roll 2 cups sugar w"1
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.I. I Florida Agricultural ) ; their bro_ with EolldayVookles }vs cup water ,,*
sun Service suggest edge Hot and Spicy < ounces
:'!\ i'l make your Christmas brown, fold reach Chutney ( crushed PepPer.
4 4r tions nutritious as 1C SW-: C8IId,
2 can (each 1 pound, 13 )
::1 : tasty. And they ounces) cling peach slices .
f ideas along this line. SUPPER 1 cup diced onion Awa.-a-
I Uncooked dried 1/3 cup currant, rinsed In water Cook
:' ; t served either plain ; rosin dish hot water heat, stirring 3.55
1 : ed, make a the boll- Vi cup: silvered candied mixture comes to a boll
\ Rich in natural '\. ginger without atlrrin, i.0"
p until
will please the with I erature ruches 1 1uf.
1t ( cup firmly packed light 800
and provide brown sugar on candy delft
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{ I also become festive sauce threads that are hard In
; :. I clipping the stem and teaspoon salt brittle. Stir in crushed
,: the processed fruit : % teaspoon each cloves and permint Pour Into a Pt
: t: .: ing the cut end and 1/8 nutmeg jelly roll pan /l34e by Ire IO
: I forms a tiny patty pepper Drain peaches and turn Intoa 1 inch). Let cool TurD
I : pression in the < heavy kettle with the re- upside down over bond
I the depression miming ingredient. Use table. Tap sharply to
press
lOOk
: 1 I ( *) peach in some other candy; ; break
of any kind of nut or syrup into piece
I II died cherry or wine recipe). Bring to a boil; let Makes I* pound.

,I :: I peanut Stuff butter dates and fondant ) -,or T tuna, stir bubble occasionally gently about during 1 hour first;

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Place Where The Lord Lay"at SOUTH YENlCt'
+ The 1965 birthday, of Chris :
the Sunday morning ser
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In the beginning the And there were in the sam CHURCH OF
was THE
i', I of special services at area .
t 'f: churches this year beginning Word and the Word was with country shepherd abiding In vice.A special Christmas program

,jI'S Saturday God, and ,the Word was God. Unto Us A Child Is Born the field keeping watch over of carols and pantomlne NAZARENE"They
Choral presentations traditlonal The sam was in the beginning
j their flock by night. at
will be presented Sunday
,!+ children's programs with God And lo, the angel of the the congregation Mined Chrlrtnu..
I with
of recitations and gift-giving All thing were made by 7:30: p.m. will be the
J around the Christmas tree him; and without him was 1 Lord came upon them and singing the carols a* sermon topic ef
The Rev
t, I 1 I 'n caroling, and special sermonscommunions not any thing made that was iiin.----- the glory of the Lord shone members of the Young Peo. South Feman E:. Q- at

.. + I and masses will l mad. around about them; and they Endeavor in pan. Venice Church' tit >the
appeal
pie's Nazarene
mark the festival celebration In him was life; and the at the Sand,
:I in the various l Christian life was the light of men were sore afraid. tomine scene appropriated to morning service. That 'rill
churche And the light shlneth In And the angel said unto the carols. The pastor will be special music by the

I ::1 : . darkness; and the darkness them, Fear not: for behold speak on "What Shall I Give Sunday at 630: pm, SwlU

f CATHOLIC CHURCH comprehended it not. I bring you good tidings of Him!" be carol singing aprogram ?.
:
There sent from at 7
was a man great joy, which shall be to . pm. by the
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i If OF THE EPIPHANY God, whose name was John. church youth. The Juniors wUl
The same came for a witness I all people. present skit
I"' I a on Hope
A carol at 11:30 BAPTISTThe
,1 sing : p m to bear witness of the For unto you Is born this FIRST Love and Peace and the. J2u
Christmas Eve will precede
r5 I
t Light that all men through day in the city of David a or youth win present the
the midnight mass Christmas
$ I him might believe.He complete Christmas Story.
I Savior which I. Christ the The nun.
: :I Services Christmas Day will cantata "Chimes of the Holy ery and
: : be masses at 1:30: 9 and 10:30 was not that Light, but I Lord. Night," by Fred Holton will children kindergarten an
was sent to bear winters to will present the
1'' .. ::1') am. . that Light; And this shall be a sign unto be presented at the 7;30 p.m. come to the congregation.sort! !
Ye shall find the Sunday at First Baptist After the program
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL That was the true Light you; gifts wm
::1 which lighteth every man babe wrapped in swaddling Church. will direct be distributed to the children.! ,
.J Sunday services at St. J Hubert Young On Christmas Eve
that cometh Into the world. clothes lying in a manger. will tile
Mark Episcopal church will He was in the world, and And suddenly there was and organ accompanist young people will meet at I
I. i! be a 7.30 a.m. communion the world was made by him with the angel a multitude of be Mrs. Douglas Amall.Nadine p,m. at the church for carol
Soloists will be Mrs.
service, a family worship service and the world knew him not. the heavenly host praisingGod Mildred log at homes and shut-In ten
at 9:30 a.m. and a morn. He came unto his own, and and saying, Henderson and Mrs Idences, They will return to
: ; Ing prayer and sermon at 11 his own received him not. Glory to God in the highest Eaylor sopranos; H \\I b r' the parsonage fop refroh '
'1 : 4 a.m. with The Rev Donis But as many as received and on earth peace goodwill Young, bass.tenor; and George menu
Dean Patterson speaking on him to them he Hauser
gave powerto
toward men. forth * .
the coming of Christ. the of God A Christmas Eve party
f become sons ,
And it came to pass, as the
School will be held
I The traditional Choral Evensong even to them that believe on . Mr" ; angels were gone from Sunday
away VENICE-NOKOMIS
+ with the Youth
I at 7.30
," \ service will be pre. his name. them into heaven the shepherds : p.m.
', i sented Sunday evening at Which were born, not of said one to another Choir presenting a Christmas

7:30 pm. blood, nor of the will of the + y Let us go even unto Bethlehem music program. PRESBYTERIANOn
An innovation this year at flesh, nor of the will of man, r t and see this thing which .
St. Mark's will be a 4:30: p.m. but of God. is come to pass which the Sunday the Cherub Choir
Christmas Eve family service And the Word was made Lord hath made known unto UNION and the Church Choir will
I I of lessons and carols. The flesh and dwelt among us, us sing at the 8:30: a.m. service
1 ; traditional Christmas Eve (and we beheld his glory, the And they came with haste MISSIONARY BAPTISTA at Venice Nokomis Presby.
Holy Communion service is glory as of the only begottenof .. and found Mary and Joseph, terian Church and the Junior

I )I' scheduled for 11 p'mAt the Father,) full of grace and the babe lying in a manger special program by the Choir composed of children
the 4:30: p.m, family service and truth in grades three through six,
I j _Tli. RMP.I AmrtlM <. Junior Choir will be presented will sing at the 11
the rector will be assisted a.m ,'*
. And when they had seen it,
I 1,1.14And at the Sunday 11 a.m. vice.
.j" ;i1 members of Episcopal w.
d by . . they made known abroad the service at Union Missionary
The Cherub Choir
e .! I Young Churchmen and saying which was told them Church. The Rev. composed
." '" I Charles MacKenzie will direct it came to pass in concerning this child. Baptist of children in the first and
will
t I" the St. Mark's Junior Choir in those days that there went And all they that heard It James C. Sims deliverthe second grades will be direct

I 'I, the singing of Christmas carols out a decree from Caesar t rlr't wondered at those things Christmas sermon.at 8 ed by Mrs. Dorothy Koenlg.
On Wednesday p.m.
that all the world The Junior Choir
;( I, Augustus, which were told them by the Christmas and the
there will be a special
A Holy Communion service should be taxed. shepherds Adult choir are under the dUrection !
f Is scheduled for 10 amChnstmu (And this taxing was first ,i.i 81 But Mary kept all these program, with carols by of Mr. Robert II:.
the of the church and
.. t, > Day.LAKESIDE. .. made governor when of Syria Cyrenlus). was The 1964 Creche of Canterbury (England) Ccrthtdral her things heart., and pondered them in recitations youth by the younger Lee.The traditional ChristmasEve

LUTHERAN And all went to be taxed, he was of the house and lineage of that she should be delivered. And the shepherds return. children. The pastor will will give services will be held at7pm
\ every one into his own city a short talk and gift be in the outdoor sanctu.
David she forth her firstbornson ed,
Lakeside Lutheran Church ), And brought glorifying and praising distributed to the children.At .
And Joseph also went up him in \ God for all the ary. It will be presented by
swaddling that
I' To be taxed with Mary his espousedwife and wrapped things
1 of 2405 South Tamiaml Trail 5 Christmas Day
I' from Galilee out of the Cityof p.m
the
of
laid him in be- they had heard and young people the
clothes, and a ,
being great with child. manger seen, alit
Christmas ,
will observe the of
the Charlotte Star Chapter
) Nazareth, into Judea, auto church. The Junior Choir will
In told ,
there was no room for them was unto them
.. festival with a children's the city of David, which is And so it was, that while they were cause _Th* n....I| A.v.Hlaff to Order of Eastern Star with assist in the program
I j worship service at 7 p.m. called Bethlehem, (because there the days were accomplished the inn St. lAb 5,5.55CHURCH Mrs. Sims as matron, will The Presbyterian Bay

Christmas Eve present a Christmas service School will have its Christmas

i'I: i This will be followed Immediately .. -- " ..... y >> '". ,. ......... -- with a sermon by the pastor. program and party for parents
--
.J by a Candle Light Special guests will be memo and friends on Mondayat

\1 Service for all.Christmas VENICE NOKOMIS will be provided Venice Gardens will be as vice Miss Beverly Bias will OF GOD bers of Bradenton and Sarasota 10:45: a.m. Day school n.
Day' serviceswill The dinner is the first of a follows: give a meditation, The anthems OES Chapters. A break cation begins on December
(5 t I be conducted by the Rev METHODISTOn series of monthly dinners and On Sunday, at 11:00 a.m., "A Christmas Pray. The Rev. Joseph W. Morgan fast will be served at the 23rd and classes will resume

S Melvin 10:30: a.m H. Meyer pastor at Saturday at 4 p.m. at programs, to enable the congregation the church choir will sing the er" and "0 Night, Peacefuland pastor recently appointed church after the program. on Jan. 4.

A special Communion Service Venice. Nokomis Methodist to become better anthem "The Christmas In. Blest" wiill be sung by to serve two additional

I will be held on NewYear's Church a Children Christmas acquainted. . vitation." The Cherub Choir the church choir. years at Laurel Church of 12-The GONDOLIER, Venice FU. Thurt, Dec 17, 1964
will also sing at the 11:00: a. The School Christmas I
Sunday God will "The
preach on
i I Eve, Dec. 31, at 7 p. program by Sunday I
m. service, The sermon will will be
;', -1m., to close the old year and School children through the NPC TRINITY program present.
be the last in a series of advent ed
on Tuesday night at 1
I p prepare for the new No New sixth grade will be presentedin METHODIST"Thou
i I 1.' Year Dav services have the church in the sanctu sermons on "The Pur pm.
.
f 5I Shalt Call His Name pose of Christ's Coming: To Choral
; i been scheduled, according to St. Mark's Annual
f' 'I ji i, the pastor ary.On Sunday, at 7:30: p.m., Jesus' will be the sermon Give Consolation VENICE UNITED
I the 37th annual presentationof topic of The Rev. Alva A. At 7:30 p.m. Sunday, there

/ :! ,IEMMANUEL LUTHERAN the Christmas Pageant will Soldner at Trinity Methodist Hymning will be a. All Christmas of the Christmas Carol CHURCH OF CHRIST
be held. Church of North Port Char

I A special Christmas program Youth Fellowship will go lotte Sunday at 945; a.m. this Singspiration carols will be and sung both at Dr E Robert Chable, pastor Christmas Work Set Sundayjoin

f. "'On Earth Peace," for a hayride at 6:30 p.m. A special Christmas Eve organ and piano will be used of Venice United Church!
Christmas Eve will\ candlelight service at 7 .
and sing p m
I bv Emmanuel Lutheran The Junior Choir of the of Christ will preach a Christ.mace
Church School will be present. Christmas carols to shut-ins, will feature Mrs George Church will sing Christmas sermon Sunday on "The
I ) ed Sunday at 7:30: p,m. at the returning to the church to Woods as soloist and Mrs music also Dove In the Window" Choral Evensong and the in singing many of the "All Glory Be To God" and
I I i church on 800 S. Tamiami form a living creche at the Robert Orr at the organ. Mrs On Christmas Eve there The service will be held at annual service of Christmas well-known\ carols. "Peach on Earth Good Will
to the Woods will "The Birth
entrance for sing
f : Trail sanctuary will be a Candlelight Serviceat 11 a.m. at Venice Gardens music and carols will be presented Among the numbers to be Eternally" express a devotionof
those of The choir
day King
I A candlelight service will attending ChristmasEve a 8:00: p.m.. conducted by Recreation Center and Dr. by St. Mark's Episcopal presented by the Choir are towering strength In the
'i begin at 11 a.m. on Christmas Communion at 11 p.m both will present services special music at the youth of the church The Chable's topic will relate the Church Choir on Sundayat two Choruses from Vivaldi' festive setting of Vivaldi,

I Ii Eve. Regular services will beheld . I Christmas message will be birth of Christ to the dove 7.30: pm Music by well- cantata "Gloria" which was St. Mark's Choir composedof
I { Dec 20 and 27 with GRACE METHODISTAt I given by Miss Jean Lindner symbol which is being usedIn known composer Everett Tit- composed in the 18th Century 22 members, is under the
I ,, with Church School at 9:15: 1:30: p m. Sunday Grace CALVARY REFORMED and Miss Bess Voorhees, and the rose window of the comb, F, Mielius Christian This cantata Is based on the
E
land worship at 8:15: and 10:30: Methodist Church will presentIts Christmas Services at the during the candlelight service new church building on East sen, Francois Gevaert An. hymn sung by the angels to direction of Mr. Raymond
I ,' '' 'am. first cantata. Calvary Reformed Church of at the close of the ser- Shamrock Blvd. tonio Vivaldi, and others, will anounce Christ's birth. The Hill Organist and Choirmaster
I I Thirteen new members The regular\ Christmas program -- -- be presented.The first two choruses in the Can The Reverend Donis D,

1 ,. who affiliated on Dec. 13, will for Grace Methodist I congregation will also tata, to be sung by the choir Patterson is Rector.
I 1 worship at these services with families will be held Tuesdayat Church
Grace Presents
'
; f ;the church family They are: a fellowship dinner at 6:30:
,; S Mr and Mrs' Frank LInderin p.m. at the church. The chil
Mr: and Mrs Walter E Fae: dren's division of the church

,.j I : hnrlck, Mr and Mrs J, W. school will present a program
Ii 1 111 Ij'I '.i Sorenson, Mrs. Roy Nesbit of cards and music as a partof
;, Mrs. Jane Threlkeld Herbert the program. First Christmas Cantata

: I' ] Williams :and Mrs Ned Bus Each family Is asked to r
I t t !> kirk and her three daughters, bring> a basket dinner for the

I I I i'Mary Ellen, Nedra Jan and family, and their own table I The first Christmas cantatafor Church will be presented Sun Three Kings' '
; I ali a ... i 1 Sherri Jean service Coffee, tea and milk the G r ace Methodist day at 7.30: p.m. Under the Other selections will be
direction of Mrs F. Relde by combinations of the
sung
: Onley, the hour-long programwill Men's Chorus, Women's Chor.us .
: Methodists be "Love Transcending," and the Combined Choir,
37th
Presents
r J J : arranged by John W. Peter with the altos and tenors singIng -
1'11'1.1; son Mrs. Harry G. Williams "He Shall Be Great".
I I. Is the organist, Mrs Fred Other members of the 23-
1 Witherow the pianist, and voice choir are: Mrs. David

JI ii.i! Annual Christmas The Rev, E. L. Dinkins, the Farley, Mrs. Elizabeth Fa-

I \l } Pageant narrator.The 12-part cantata tenor Mrs.therree Nancy Mrs Jones. Fred Mrs.Glbbs Don.aid .,

: solo, "Love Transcending," Kline I Mrs Russell Lux,
:I i !' : l I The 37th annual presentsftion Stage and lighting effects will be sung by Dr. Robert Mrs, Robert Merrill, Mrs
I ;I 'f"f' of "The Christmas Story The young people take part are handled by Alvin Jones, Merrill; a soprano solo, "The Ruth Miller Miss Isabelle\
I, f ''I I in Pageant' will be held at in the Pageant from year to assisted by Robert E, Bla- Birthday of a King" by Roberta Nelson, Mrs. Arthur Norton, O.
the Venice Nokomis Metho4It' year and may begin as a lock, Roy E. Bernlus and Irvin Merrill; a contralto solo, Mrs. Sam Roach, Mrs. Clayton .
1 fl 't dist Church in Nokomis, Sun. shepherd boy and through Muhn. Narrator is Irvin "Good Tidings", by Mrs On Walters Mrs, George Wil 0
j , Ji! P day evening, December 20 at the years grow to be a Wise Muhn. ley; a bass solo, "0 HolyNiht' kiss, Dwayne Blair Dwight
i 7:30 p.m. Man or Joseph or Herod anda .
The public Is invited. An of- by Philip Farley; anda Donley and William Vogel.It .
J' ", 1 The Pageant is a presentation Cherub may become a fering will\ be taken for the trio composed of George Is anticipated that the
,I I" of the Christmas Story in Mary Florida Methodist Children Wilkins, David Farley and J. Christmas cantata will become
S J living pictures with descriptive The production Is directedby Home in
Enterprise. W. Moore will sing: "We an annual event
S !; I music I by the Adult Mrs, James T Blalock,
I I .1 '""j I Choir. Scenes depicting the who Is author of "The Christmas .
: 1 II I .{f i i prophesy of Isaiah, Zacha- Story in Pageant She
I rl r ,. rise, The Annunciation, theShepherds Is assisted by Mrs. Fred Go. HAPPY ENDING
r the Angels: Herod renflo, Mrs. Irvin Muhn and
I ,t II i ., the Nativity, the Wise Mrs Roy Bernlus. The choir A GIFT FROM JERRY'SMEANS
d 1 .Men and others are portrayed director is Howard Procter, /
J e f'f'f f! by members of the outh with Mrs James A. Hlghtow- MORE COMFORT : le T Pdt ] gldCe IDad Z>
if I Fellowship of the church, and er at the organ and Mrs How. j

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Venice Gardens AILEEN GERDT8 NewsBy I IA I I t &; l ,


delightful tea was given down from New York to serve Years Let's live It up for the ,

Mt week by Mr. Ann Loth. ai best man. holidays! .
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man of 437 Shamrock Blvd.
t Her guests were Mr. and Mri Mrs. Martin Baumgartner Let us say "Welcome" to 1
James Taylor of Marlin Road of 369 Gardenia Rd., had a the Roland Burds who moved .
Venice and their guests Mr. coffee for neighbors yester Into their new home at 1608Neponsit .1t5 .I
=r and Mrs. S. Parsons of Cape day. There were eight guests. Dr. on Saturday.
Town. South Africa. Mrs. lay- I'm sure none of them went This is one move I'm sure
bar and Mrs. Parsons are sis- home wondering: what to have Mrs. Burd will never forget.
ten who hadn't seen each for lunch. While awaiting the completion \
other in 41 years. What a reunion e . of their home, Mr. Burd
that must have been! The annual Christmas par- was hospitalized and was not
The Taylor and the Parsons ty of the Ladies Bridge Clubof released until Sunday. In the
will be going to Michigan the Recreation Center is meantime their furniture,
the holidays, where we hope being held today at 12:30.: Everyone Coming from Ann Arbor,
the weather will be kind to Is bringing a small Mich., was delayed nearly a
i yMvr.: them. surprise gift and refreshments week due to the heavy snows t
i a a will be served. Our Good health and sunny skies
Mr. and Mrs. Grover suggestion !Is that all diets be from now on, Mr. and Mrs. f fGOLDEN
J, ..r I IA IA Moore of Shamrock Boulevard forgotten until after New Burd. l

have had as their guests ,r r rC
their daughter and grandaughter. -

Mrs. Harold Steph- Venice East News ,
A + mwr ant and daughter Pam came

from Walton Mass Sharing ANNIVERSARY. and Mrs. J. G. Smith of I
In this visit was Mrs. Packard
of Seagrapa Road a sir By SALLY STUBBS Trailer Acres in South Venice enjoy the first piece of cake "
ter of Mrs. Stephens Bet at their 50th wedding anniversary. celebration The Smiths j / ':

that was a real talk-a-thont The Venice East Community Mr. and Mrs. Charles were greeted by 70 friends and neighbors at a surprise i .
a a Assn. held its annual Brown, have returned to buffet luncheon at the Trailer Acres Recreation Center and y I
Mr. and Mrs. William White Christmas party and dinner, their Venice East home Yacht Club. Formerly from Johnston, Penn., where Mr. Smith ,
head of S94 Neponslt Dr. have Saturday night in the officeof where they will spend the was associated with Bethlehem Steel, the retired couple
had their grandson Kevin the U. S. Land Co. Complete next four months. They msin. have been residents of Trailer Acres for the past two years. t.
visiting[ them since October I with Christmas tree and tam: n a home in Alma, Mich., 1
But now it Is time for Kevinto Santa "Hedeen" everyone where they live the rest of
go home to Kankakee, 111. received an exchange gift the year.
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Beach Action Requested r I
where his sister Kim and brother and the children all specialones. -0- i,
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Gouldof
Kent are waiting for The party took the i
him. Probably his mother and place of the regular December 229 Venice East Blvd. are GROVE CITY'The Grove r committee for further studyand I
daddy are anxious to see him meeting so there will not expecting their son Raymond City Civic Assn. at Its meet- recommendations. Chair 11 I[.
too So it should be a'real be a business meeting until Gould this week for a few ing last Thursday voted to man Inskeep Invited opinions .
RIDALAND'S'GOLDEN NUGGET' GALS, new attraction just south of Osprey Is slatedto happy gathering for everyonethis the second Monday In January weeks visit. Over the holidays urge the State Internal Im from commercial fishermen 1 j h
White (]left) of Venice and Carol open this month. The trio Is standing in Christmas in one panic the Goulds and their son provement Board to have the on the proposed legislation. I a
n of Sarasota, get the drop on western front of the engine of one of the eld-time ular home in Kankakee. Everything went off so will go to Orlando where another they state defend title to 9,000 feet r
of
will all be
bidman Charles Fox of Engl.wood. The Floridaland tour trains a smoothly that many may not guests Mr. and of undeveloped beach front Initial action was taken on
n and his family,
Mrs Joeeph A. Mlckaylo of have realized how much work son property at the south end of the organization's election of t'r
316 Hammock Ter. had an unusual and effort was necessary to Mrs. Calvin Gould and their Manasota Key ,Just north of officers to be held in Febru
shower party for her produce such a big party. children Jay, Lin, Norman Stump Pass. ary, and President Padovano
daughter Mrs. Marilyn Martin The hard working committee and Steve. The property, created by designated a nominating committee ,
'l'lib9 last week. It was a "sta members were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and-0-Mrs. Russell accretion, following a hurricane Including Clayton ', I
ple" shower and Marilyn re- Wilbur Funk Mr. and Mrs. Moore of 130 Sandhurst Dr. about 35 years ago is Rhoades, chairman, John 0'
celved gifts of all kinds of, Lester W. Davis, Mr. and left for a holiday claimed in a court action by Donovan and George E. Egg-
yesterday
goodies. The party was held, Mrs. Edward Tracy Mr visit with friends and relatives William W. Lord of Lakeland, ett.
at Mrs.. Martin's home on and Mrs. James Smith, Mr. in the Northeast and Walter Van B. Roberts of
Robert's Bay Nokomls. Her and Mrs. Edward Hansen, I' Canada. Their first stop will North Manasota Key and theII II,
wedding to Daniel Teams Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Carver, where State of Florida.
be in Niagara Falls ,
28. The and Dr. and Mrs. James
will be held on Dec. they will spend a few days Following an explanationof
Mickaylo'f 801'Will come Montgomery with their friends Mr. and the proposition by Presi-
Mrs. Earl Trippensee, thenon dent James Padovano, the
to Dundas, Ontario, where membership voted to com
1 they will be guests of Mrs. municate with the responsible
x A 'yyp RecordsCompiled state officials urging
Top Moore's sister and her husband
Mr. and Mrs. George necessary court action for the
McNally, next to Sebrlght, state to retain title to the die
NANCY BROWN Ontario, to see a son and his puted propery, with the viewto
by
Gilbert Youth Research, Inc. wife Mr. and Mrs. Harley establishing a public parkon 1.
Moore and the grandchildrenJohn the property.
This Last Two Weeks on and Paul; on to Cale- During the meeting HarryV. 1
Week Week Weeks Song and Recording Artist The List deon, Ontario, to the homeof Inskeep, chairman of the p
1 1 S "Leader of the Pack" Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rob- association's legislative committee

Shangrl-Las .... .. ........... 4 bins, and finally on Christ- explained the provisions
:2 4 4 "Come a Little Bit Closer" mas Day they will arrive in of the proposed legislation f''f.'
Jay & The Americans .. ...... 8 Enwood, Ontario to celebratethe to govern the Charlotte '
I I 1 "Baby Love" Supreme ..., 8 holiday with another son County commercial and ,
4 8 "Rlngo" Loren Greene .... :2 and family, Mr. and Mrs. sports fishing laws as they
.$ 4 t < 5 0 19 "She's Not There" Zombies 3 Wayne Moore and Dan, Connie pertain to Lemon Bay. Babe's PlumbingCo. I
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'..J l 8 7 17 "You Really Got Me" Kinks 4 Carrol and Linda. While After considerable discussion -
.v 7 :3 3 'Have I The Right" the Moores are on this tour on the various aspectsof ., Inc. i

Honeycombs .. ... ........... 6 an aunt and uncle Mr. and the bill, to be sponsored by i 1
1 12 "Time Is On My Side" Mrs. Fred Murray, will occupy Representative Frank Smoak, 488-2402 488-5282
their Venice East house. Tracts .\ 1
Radio
Rolling Stones 2 Equipped
"""" the membership voted to re-
os P II I 2: "Last Kiss" i Frank The Murray have been back to P.O. Box 454, Nokomis I ,.
Wilson It Cavalier ..... ,...... 8 houseguests for a week so fer the_ proposition .
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they should feel at home. u -
10 13 "Mr. Lonely" Bobby Vinten :2
:2 13 19 "I'm Gonna Be Strong"

MON BAY SCHOOL athletic events will Carver, Ruth Wilkes, Linda Lewis, and Susan Gene Pitney .. .. ... ......... :2 'DRINKING' ORANGE ;
Cole. Standing Becky Eland, Pat Gaines, 11 I 6 "The Door Is Still Open- TREES
11 bit more colorful as the Engl.wood Janice Christman: and Captain Becky Williams. I. Dean Martin .. ..... .. ...... I GAINESVILLE (AP) Or- /f I < 1
loot's cheerleaders have been outfitted In
12 15 20 "IsItTrue" -Brenda Lee .... 3 ange trees love water as well
I* blue and gold uniforms, with pom-poms Miss Barbara Lossone Is faculty sponsor 13 10 11 "Ain't That Loving You" as ducks do. JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY INC .

I match. Kneeling, L to RM are Donna and instructor.Vets' Elvis Presley .,.............. S Plant physiologists at the ,
15 "I'm Into Something Good"Herman's Florida Agricultural Experi- n A u ran c *

Hermits .......... 1 ment Station found that a /
HRISTMAS GIFT I Children Aid Explained 18 11 7 "We'll Sing in the Sunshine"Gale healthy 15-year-old orange Este shed 1929 .

Garnett .. ....,........ 10 tree weighs 1,000 pounds and & 243 W. VENICE AYE :
Provide Year Illness that the program to the sons and 17 18 8 "Do Wah Diddy Dlddy" half the weight is water.A VENICE, FLORIDA j i
Complete Injuries or daughters of living veterans,, Manfred Mann ... ............ 10 15-year-old tree can pro Select and Consult an tnde-' I I
ound Sleeping Comfort totally and permanently disable permanently and totally dl. 18 14 10 "Oh, Pretty Woman" duce 500 pounds of fruit a PHONE pendent Insurance Agent
bring about Orblson .... .........,.,. 11 as you
Womofic Bed Warmer veterans or abled from aervice-incurred Roy year and the fruit Is 80 per 488-4791 I would Doctor Lawyer. .
Bed their death do not have to be disability. 19 17 16 "Let It Be Me" Betty cent water. your or : ;
of Double or Twin Everett & Jerry Butler ...,.. 7 The scientists
wartime in origin to make Eligible children, generally reported ., I
between the ages of 18 ancS3. 20 "Reach Out For Me" each citrus tree "drinks" 30 iI,

2 2flffi arg5At'pI their educational children assistance eligible for the administered months-. rnav-of receive schooling.UD. teal( Dionne Warwick .........,... 1 to 50 gallons of water a day. I '\ f f

t1 by the Veterans

t 'S WAq''. j l. Administration. War Orphans GUM-MACHINE DECISIONS H
The original
Education Assistance Pro FORT MYERS (AP) A

gram was set up solely for plastic buble-gum vending
i those children whose veteran- machine makes half a dozen BEiNG YOUE ] lY
!I 1 parent had died due to war- decisions a day In circuit
time disabilities, Rufus H. court here. It decides which
Wilson, Manager, St. Petersburg case shall be handled by the.
$24.95 VA Regional Office, two 'judges. The machine contains
15 blue and 15 yellow
S YEAR.WARRANTYJERRY'S said. When Is to ' R
Congress later amended marbles. a case t. ,
this to also include childrenof be assigned, the machine is
veterans whose deaths had worked. If it chooses a yellow A
resulted from extra-hazard marble the case is heard
HOE COMFORT SHOP ous Hne-of-duty Injuries or ill by Judge Lynn Gerald. A .
251 S. Tamiaml Trail ness in peacetime service.A blue marble means the case r "
further amendment by Is handled by Judge Archie
Venice, FU. extended Odom. \
the recent Congress :, -t

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wood section for propane Notlot to Ker.br |lvo< that. tlio ... dered
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I-CLASSIFIED Will bottled train and right bulk men.gas delivery.MyakkaL.P. tho NMton.l mi:: will Bulk. bo of,koM Vonloo on Mon for. on sale in the supermarkets.US. ,

ADS II Gas, Eaat Laurel Rd., ..r.roa'....ur 11. teal, Hi U<.. molnkb Departrpent o( ,Agriculture -
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CLASSIFIED ADS Houses For Sole Rentals Misc. For Sale or Brl VENICE..'".. OMoor, believe it will require ',;'

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NEW FURNISHED APART PLANTS FOR SALE JT.. 1.61. /, :
In
East Gate. 2 Br., Ilk MEN?. Season or year Holly bushes . . . . ..BOCslomondin at
12-Word MinimumONE Bathe New refrigerator, around. 208 Nassau St. S. Ph. with fruit ..$1.SO DON & ROBBIE LEGAL NOTICBNotloo M 'j

INSERTION washer and dryer, Com- 488-3689. Norfolk Island Pine .. . 200 MOBILE HOMES ,_h .konkr of tho el.5-l Staekkoldora thai. tho a.-.. IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY GREEN'S FUEL

pletely draped. Large lot Grafted Gardenia ...... 1.25 809 S. Tamiaml Trail, 115 __ 5.15. Vo'I.aFhNda '
8e Per Word well shrubbed. MODERN FURNISHED four Shore Juniper .... .... .. 75 VENICE ...m M A.Id M tit. Oft5e.S. for "

CALL 488-4242 or 488-4730 rooms, bath garage, on Dwarf Carlssa .. ., ..... .75 Ph; 488-3414 aIa"tr1..r.s: .

FOR SALE one acre lot. Central heat and Roeboellnl palm, large, '.110 The Finest in Mobile HomesPets OIT olortlx, MroBbro for tho onralnfnor Cooking Heating, Water ,

MONDAY AND THURSDAY Broom Home So. Venice air conditioning. Venice area.. Queen palm .. ..$1.50-$10.00 u4 for Wo'I, ...- othorkuolnow Heating, Refrigeration, i'
Citrus trees . .... ... . 3.5MELROY'S oo I, oonH be :
S BR., 1% Baths Wall-to- $89 month. Adults. Yearly Ian aaA _... Motor Fuel, Air Condition.

70c Each wall carpeting. Large, mod- basis. P. 0. Box 1302, Venice. Laurel, Florida NURSERY VENICEO4OKOHTS a..w a. w ..BANK. NEW HOMES ing end Get Lights

em Kitchen, Central Heating er. Pn.M.a a C..bl.aPablhh
MAKE IT A "COCKER
Each Additional Word 16,500 ft. FURNISHED HOUSE Turn east at Laurel Road, nn 17. IN"1M' 1
5c sq. Lot size120'xlOO1 or and turn right 3rd toad SPANIEL CHRISTMAS. 2 BR., 2 BATH
Low down pay. room for rent. Reasonable. Male and female, 11-weeks- TIll COUNTY JUDO.'S 000eVIN 1,200 Y-
Arot All-Coo WPO In .....1. ment, no closing costs. Call 4881872. Raised AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY,
JT.Ih o.:".a ln dare.rtlon. -M' 10 ento.reqe. > 33-ft. Sportsman Trailer, SOFA, good condition, $30.; Shots old. included.by AKC.a 6-year-old.4741610. IN an FLORIDA, IN OrTO PXOSATIE8TATB CENTRAL HEAT & S&H Green Stamps with
I
J ,for lor ruh '_rdo. thrroiftor. unfurnished. Large cabana, BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED Baby bed and stroller, $10. .LOUIeS. fs'f; Rn.tTff AIR CONDITIONEDG. each new tank Installed dur-
/k/a
.i.torrlei. oh l.r.1". of Gondollor U OODI P.. O.1 k screened-In porch carport. 2 bedroom duplex. 2 Phone 488.2718, B a.m. to I Spm CHRISTMAS POODLES, -.... Pmb.w PII. N.. ing the month of Decem
M < .
:Tiumbw for ,in tattle M .iMolfloto. Corner lot 80'xl25', Small blocks from beach. Also lovely AKC. Mln. Black Poodle ALL NOTICE CREDITORS: 1'0 CREDlTORI AND PERSONS E. KITCHENSDOUBLE bar

down payment. Make offer. furnished eff. duplex. 488. Pups.. 6 weeks old. Phone HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS )
For sale 2 STEEL BARGES, 4' by 10' (88-1883. 1239 Groveland Ave. AGAINST SAID ESTATE) "
or trade 3083 If
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established business pump :: :
gross fllo nnr olnlm or dm.nd which
Edition, per Inch ,$3.X( ing $16,000 motor. Call 488-1021 after I S oir'lnHt per year. Good Lost and Found Fo'vlBil'D MATE, DmooH.lot H"Green's H"-
loth Editions, per Inch$3.50 terms or will trade for FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM p.m. or see Woodrow Lanlus. . of BoruoU A,..,,. Florid. In LANDSCAPED LOTS
tho offleo of Bon. JOHN T. GRAHAM
home or duplex. duplex, excellent location. MAN'S NEW SUIT, size 42, FOUND Child's watch. Gray (....'" Count Judto, In III.eo. .
LINER ADS PAUL STRAUSBAUGH ..., Court HOUM nt h_. Finn CENTRAL WATER
Close to beach and shopping end of
leather In east
coat $47, sell half-price. strap '5d, .15-la. .1. ..I..d.. .n.,15, o tram
associated
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION with Adults. Available Jan. 1st. Slacks, waist 36; Choice two Blalock Park Sunday, 6th. Ph. 10. d.4 ofbe tint pbIl.Uoa, ofdill & SEWER
CHAS C KENT N.W.Eeb Ir.'ririrriin nmrn
Phone 4831750.Business! .
Ileg Broker wool topcoats, jackets, ell ..... nut bo Inwrltlnl
new condition, suitable! gifts. ond 1 In duplicate) Ihnlt lUUtho Many OfAerSEE FMlurea
108 N. Trail, ploo of mloVneo and post offle*
or Phone Personals Moving; sacrifice Also illustrated Lost add..1 thi Clalmontl. .kail .bi
488-2058
ADJUSTMENT books, Imported linens. ..o,. to br th., Claim ant kU acct FuelOF
LOST. On Venice By-Way, or nttornm ohall aooompanM' 'bra
Phone forenoons, 4883860.FIREPLACE ..
Riquasts (for cancellation . Lots For Sale Dressmaking, alterations, Large bowl, English pipe, ..II dmand 71 fllinc not(01 oo, and fllol our ohall .h...tlalm roll FLORIDA

because of enrol draperies, ete. Reasonable WOOD. Australian and tobacco pouch. Reward. Tho flllnf' fao mar to oddod to 15uawnt C F.F HANCOCKGULF
or idjustment" 0' .101... ..d .1.... O.,,. ....or
must be mad for Thursday 2 LOTS In South Venice, $500. 488-1130 pine, cut last year. $12. Phone 488-2774. .w nbtdm4 tram \be Cony Judn'. ,
Phone 488-5619. David Butterfield, 468-6449. oI'f..... CORPORATION
GONDOLIER BEFORE S p.mMI LOUIS LARRY MATB, CONST. CO.
FRENCH DRESS DESIGNER Legals .. luentor d tho E.UU r
Monday. For Sunday GON VPNICR RISIDKNl lOTS!! ;; Custom made dresses PORTABLE, 40 CHORD ORGAN of LoulM Slirdor Mot*, VENICE EAST 263 S. Trail, Venice
VFSICE BUSINESS SITED _....
DOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m. or owNm IOU JACOBS all HIT and suits to your exact size. maple finish. Italian III THH COUNTY FOR SARABOTA JUDC.I8 COUNTY COURTN A. JlJlAI D>FORD BNrrH U.S. 41 South of Venice Phone 488-2271
make. $25. Phone 488-5734. AND .
Thursday. Aim alterations. Very reason- FLORIDA, IN PKOBATBM lIT W.. P1mld.ketmn. JIII..1.A'5(05a. .

Phone 488.3125 Real Estate able rates. Phone 488-1497 or WURUTZER SIDEMAN i 4 ItKi HARRISON: STATS!: M.OF REEVE.DoeounL ., 'or E._..,.
e41., Its.
4885892. Probato Fllo No. IMSNOTICB Puhllihi D. If
ORGAN
hardly used. $200. MECHANICS
Jo* t. 1051. EXPERIENCED
VENICE GARDENS. 4 lots Phone 4882815. TO CREDITORSTO

Houses For Sale Seagrape Road, 6 single or TYPEWRITERS and Adding IAVINO ALL CREDITORS CLAIM OR AND DEMANDS PERSONS JUST LIKE SANTA Member Chamber of Commerce

duplex, Brlarwood Road, on I Machines (mechanically operated '81 J. Be MOTOR SCOOTER 1OAINST SAID ESTATE IYoo LOUSIVILLE (AP) One

BEACH PARK eke Sacrifice. 488 6036. ) Chemically cleaned. excellent condition. Rebuilt to
Attractive Ocala Block, 2 ike new. Just $12.50 plus engine. New tire, tube, gasket ,' mar. have avalnit REKVB.the Farr DHIMIJ.t of. to handle customers who B&W Auto Repair] "
F. H. A. HOMES 1 (ARRIHON M.
if All makes.Venice cable. Ideal Christmas ba, In thoifflot order a fireplace for the
bedroom, 1 bath home. parts required. > of Dol>w ro Countgr "
FROM $100 DOWNAs 211 W. gift. Englewood 4742222. ot Hon. JOHN T. GRAHAM, home and are slow to pay. MODERN EQUIPMENT
Florida room, fireplace, gal low as $45 month I Stationers loruot Coa.., Judto. lo to* CountrV ot SERVICE '
Installs glasswhich BRAKE
He EXPERT
heat, air conditioner. Fur Venice Ave. 4884113.IBooKKEEPING V Rouoo ot Bo_ Florldo a pane
CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor Auto For Sale HUiln oli oolondor. months from tko, blocks the flue of the & WHEEL
Priced .. ALIGNMENT
nished. $14,500.
_
I'a. of the dnt ..bll o< tkl
. Managing Broker for Venice Income lolloo, chimney.
Area FHA Homes 1956 CHEVROLET Bellaire, Eoch ololm or AononJ Ortrt W tarrltlnr When the homeowner complain BALANCE
VENICE GARDENS 306 W. Venice Ave. Wage 2-door hardtop, 6 cylinder,, and lo nplloolol. ..I 4 dpi pad otol.*. that the fireplace ENGINE TUNE UP & I
} bedrooms, 2 baths, spacious Reports Personal Typing, ho plofio of roildoBoo r
automatic low Nice. ,... tells
Phone 488-2241 I ; mileage. loo oddroM ofbe Cia olioBswon smokes, the contractor OVERHAUL
home. Screened porch your home, Champion typist r375. Phone 4881528. be to br tho CUrmont. 51.P115 him it will work tine when 1
and air conditioning Nominal bio bo oo- AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
central heat experience. or
BUSINESS SITE 130 years .. .: 'mnlIt., wd it'. paid for.
br o
Washer, rods and Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 Boats For Sale ,nr oudi .Iat_ or *>..... ojot oo Upon payment, he drops a TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1
drapes Many fine featuresin INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY I Banyan Drive, Venice, Fla. tll.d nhtll W rout Too flllnr foo W
be oddoil to tho amount of tho .tlm.nd . brick down the chimney, Venice Ave. Ph. 488-3502
E.
this comparatively new Phone 4888254.RUBBER SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. claim form! mar ho obtain*! fromho clears away the broken glass, 629
home. Priced $18.5oo. I Omntr Jadro'i O"| OL -
length, 8-ft. beam. PintoValvo HILA BorE cox. and everyone's happy. ALL WORK GUARANTEED
STAMPS made to .. A..lotrIIrIs. ,
N.E. corner U.S. 41 and engine. Tunnel stern. A..UIor
Considering building I order. Overnight service. e I... of tho Bitato of 1
your
Blackburn Point Road All fiberglassed. Hardtop. H.rrloon N. R5. D..aMA.tlorawl 1 The college graduate over
own home? Have large selection 160' on Trail opposite 1 Office, personal pocket or Draft 12-in. Wonderful for bay BLAIR AND DEAN his lifetime will earn approximately .
of fine home sites to FLORIDALAND stock. 4881432. and gulf. Lots of room for tiT N. Cnrt.P .
$44 per I O. 8m 1171 I $180,000 more than
fill your needs. chairs tackle. ...., .
front foot. Terms. and fishing V. Flood school
the graduate
. I '. high
. . Controlled both forward and utlliht Doe. 10. IT. 1/ II IM

FRANK C. RAEBURN. VENICE SHEPARD aft. $995. Phone 488-3157. leave theaspirin

Realtor 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, paved ;
251 W. Venice Ave. LUMBER CO. 17-FT. BOAT completely 4'
street water and
city sew
equipped, with 45 H.P. Mercury
Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
Close In Park.
,
er. facing 1003 N. Washington Blvd. Mark "400." $295. Phone

Low down payment Sarasota 468-5672 after 8 p.m.

COMPLETELY FURNISHED $15,900. . . cell ;
2 bedroom home, South WantedARTICLES MAINTENANCE 1
Venice, near Trail. $9,993. FRANCES E. MURPHY. ELLIOTT PAUL !
;
Reator: for for Rummagesale. SUPPLIES

LOVELY> LARGE HOME 301 W. Venice Ave. ROOF TRUSSES Sponsored by Keyettes LIGHTING -

near beach, big rooms plus Ph. 488-2718 & Doors. Dec. 1718. Call 488-3709
Alum. Windows
maids apartment $28,500. or 468-4344. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. .i
RentalsAPARTMENTS. Contract Reofinaj & Painting) ,

2 BEDROOM HOME, very Phone 488.2132 Venice Situation Wanted Bate & Cockrill Street Phone 488-6794':

close to Shopping Centers, Season or I 1
12,000. Low taxes.BEACH WANTED Ironing in my 1 :
I
. . year Centrally located For Misc. For Sale home. 1200 Cypress Ave. .
Lil
at
PARK Beautiful 2 Information contact Phone 488-1358 before noon. MOTORS Inc. ;
WOLFER
Lillian's, 207 W. Venice Ave.,
bedroom home, IVt baths,
>r call 4882525. GIRL'S WHITE SHOE Female RAMBLER DODGEMS
Florida room, central heat HelpWanted
and air conditioning, reduced ',,,I.. B..UM .p..5.pIR Ind. SKATES, size 8. In excellent S. Tsmfaml, Trail 4884965-4884150

to $14,000.BEACH .0 * !.. LOU JACOBS. I.IAMB OR 4,5-1661'nl'Y.CAL 488-1021 condition after 5:00,:: $15.00.p.m. Call. SPECIALIST IN LEASE or RENT ;

COOK Experienced Scandinavian ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS
PARK. 3 bedroom, UNFURNISHED, 2 bedroom, )
or German preferably Lubricate Chassis YEARESTIL'S
1 bath home, fireplace, 2 bath house. Call 488-3109 FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS. household. S Repair DAY WEEK MONTH
16200. weekdays after,4 p.m. All day Fuel oil deliveries. S&H for small 0 Front End Alignment Oil ChangeAdiurt

. . Saturday. Green Stamps. Standard References required. Top Front End Overhaul Headlight Beams"
from rage,. Call between 7-1 p.m. \ 1 Repairs Rent-A-Car
Service. Across Electrical
Heating
NEARLY NEW 3 bedroom, 2 488- OlO. Wheel Balancing
bath home, very central, 1 furnished.BEDROOM On APARTMENT Venice beach., fire station., 4884052. Engine Overhaul a Any Automatic or Standard

mall cash payment, no clos- Season. Call between 10 a.m.and MORE TUPPERWARE Radio Repairs Trantmlnion Repair PH. 488-6541\
TRAIL
log, sacrifice. *price.. o II p.m.. 4882896.: Steinway-.Pianos Knabe-., Everett DEALERS!: ARE NEEDEDI! Alrconditiontng Repatn and Initellation 215 S.

Housewives wishing to add to ..I
NEAR( HARBOR DRIVE 3 iOUSE AT 712 GROVELAND George Stock. Winter Cable the family Income, demonstrating
LARGER
bedroom home plus a complete for rent or buy with small Nelson Fayette S. Cable attractive, practical,
very large mother-in down payment and pay balance Hallett & Davit money saving TUPPER. DISIlNCflifE I I

law apt. Price dropped to as rent. Has new central Musette Players WARE. Nationally advertisedand

E.500.. 3il heating, modern kitchen Pianola Player has terrific customer acceptance Real I Estate Corners 1 I
.
and two bedrooms. Tel. 488- Organs- and demand. For 'rti

BEACH' MANOR Large 1321. Allen Lowrey. further' information write t \ .

home, 2 big bedrooms, COMPLETE SELECTION OF TUPPERWARE, P. 0. BOX .
Florida room, big kitchen. 3N) THE BEACH at Casey REBUILT. RECONDITIONED 11166, St Petersburg or call -- -- r

Lovely home for only $16,000. Key, 1 and 2 bedroom AND FULLY GUARANTEED 344-8331. 1

. . apartments. Seasonal. Call PIANOS AND HOMES FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED YOUR SALES GO 1.
BYRON! MARKLE, Realtor, Don Heath, 488-2151 or 488- ORGANS WAITRESS for Snack Bar. I ,

Phone 488-4706 8688. FROM $125. Between 25-33. Write replies I Ito Prieet From $8,500 to $38,000 :
'Florida's' Largest Music Co.' P. 0. Box 103, Venice. I advertise In ,
the beach, with From $850 to $12,500 when ,
,..in. BoutlM ipoelou. opll..I..,. APTS., on CANNON MUSIC CO. HOMESITES you '
CAse pool. For sale or rent. 100 BEAUTICIAN WANTED. Ph. I ACREAGE From $1,200 to $1,500 j
TERMS St.
BARGAIN or EAST 1301 1st up
The' Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph. 488-4808 Charm Soon I fr. to i"
CALL, LOU JACOBS. 4M-IIIT Opp. Florida Theatre Beauty TRAIL FRONTAGE From $75 per $200

488- 698 Open Thurs. ft Frl. till 8 p.m.. Furnished Mobile Homes from $4,000 to $7,000 1 / -

ROUSE FOR SALE or Rent. ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY Phone 958-1010 MAID for Efficiency' Apts.. (& 1:

Buy for balance of mortgage Apt. Heated pool. W. VenIce Venice Villas. Own transportation RONALD V. ARONE "

and small down pay. Ave. Week or month. 488- GRAFLAX 3V4 by 4V<, 'Se uniforms. Hours 9 Raftered Real Eitate Broker -, '".
"ent. Pay balance as rent. rice D, f4.5 Tesaar lens, 4 to 1. Apply in person. ; ,

OU heating automatic. TeL 681.HOUSES sale. holders, :2& film pack adapters, SOI\ Villas Dr., Venice "Phone 488.4163INTERESTED
K8-1321. for rent or
2 I case, instruction .book $45. '

728 Strata. Ph. 488-5331. Sam Dillon, The GONDO Help Wanted TROPICAL PARADISE' ON DONA BAY :

2 BEDROOM, 2 Baths, near BEDROOM, 2 Bath, frame, LIER. I ft. I
Gulf. By appointment. OlD 3 I unfurnished, nice. Noko- MALE., AND FEMALE out ? 530 ft. x 110 ft. landscaped lot. 2 BR home. 25 .

Gulf St., Venice nla. $75. Phone 488-6219. ANTIQUES. Furniture, mirrors side sales people wanted. 30 ft. boat house. Boat lift and concrete launching: ramp. t

china, glass, brass, Motor Club membership sales Detached 2-car garagewith office and hobby room. i
BEDROOM. nicely furnished tinware, prints. At in the Venice area. Commission H. N. W/mmers/ Reo/for/
2 I copper, All this and more for $30,000. I
2 BEDROOM, Florida room, duplex. Reasonable. Call my home any day before payment plan offers good the Gulf from this 80 ft. I 145 ft. lot. I I i
Citrus Income opportunity on either INSURANCEAgent beautiful view of
water, sewer, heat pump. 958- 482. King St., Christmas. Mrs. Hunter MeCllntlc REAL ESTATE AND :

?xlZS ft. Shrubs, citrus. $10- Highlands ; 1104 Sunset Drive, full Send time handwritten or part time resume basis.to for Western Union Telegraph Beach rights and easement. $5,500. r'r'A

w. 4881657. Gulf Shores, Venice.
Take Phone -
trailer ONE!: TWO, THREE room N. M., Box 746, Venice. Monday thru Friday 9 to 51 t Saturday to I l HAZEL I. CONN
Venice
furnished Apts., 175 POWER TELESCOPE!: (t
from $40 monthly up. Walk to with tripod. Like new $19. REAL ESTATE PEOPLE CLOSED SUNDAYS atAMIAMI: JlSun ..80... AUEa4so... !UAO' I
beach. Call 474-2569. needed. Kathleen Wilkinson lIoafli 0' ot
and
FURNISHED Deluxe :2& bedroom town Phone 488-3461. teaches. We sponsor or hire. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN r BON Ml ... ...-.... Ma e1NS54 ''fr

:2& bath, Coop Apt. 2 BEDROOM FURNISHEDhome. THOMAS ELECTRIC OR- Enroll now for next class at I

fleeted pool on premises. Private dock on My- CAN Used only one week. John E. McLaury, Realtor,

Low maintenance. Phone 4881883. akka River. $100 monthly. Ph. Phone 488-4528. 262! South Tamiaml Trail. Ph. DUPLEX FOR SALE ,
488-4780.
Bait Ranch,
Thomas HO RAILROAD, raceway, 40 488-5851 Of 488-M98. CITY OF VENICE HOME ONINTERCOASTALI Each apartment hat two :r
't(
lUST UNFURNISHED DUPLEX InBsyahore ft. of track. Cost: $70, sell Wanted bedrooms, living room, kitchen . I
COMPLETED; Male
ABOUT Estates. Phone $30. Phone 48M182. Holp A Bogus of clam neif/eo1 among //Wy' freei. and bath carport '.
Two bedroom., two baths. 3 Br. 2 Tile Baths 2 Car .-
nIt a large lot; paved street. 488-3182 USED TVs, port., table, corer ACTIVE RETIREE with car 2 o Bedroom, 2 tile baths, fireplace, central heat end Garage o Air Conditioned completely furnished. Renttat i;.:

Walk to beach. Unusual new 3 I ROOM air conditioned efficiency. sole. $29 up. 100 TVs to for pleasant parttlme workcontacting air conditioning, screen porch. Completely furnished In Large Lot. $75 per month. Make j I 4 4$39s800

kelgn by RADFORD. Aca- Yearly or sesson. choose from. Many with new ahufflen ,in this I excellent II.... City water end sewer. Priced at yearly income Sell j

'a Lane, "QUEEN PALMS. aL Adults. Two fifty-one Nat- set guarantee Open 'till 10 I area. Call 474-1548. $17,500. for $15,500 ,
Albee Shore Road. Pensacola). i
Road to nau (corner p.m. Opp. Theatre Alpha
follow 488- ARE YOU LOOKING for a MABTd .. 8TANCIK '
488-4889,
signs Musk end Appliance. REALTY
GULF
WJ. 48M6M. FURNISH good part-time or full-time FRANK C. RAEBURN
BEAUTIFULLY
ATTRACTIVE DUPLEX. ED 2 bedroom Available home for on 3 SOFAS chair; one Bahama with matching lounge,,: Income County.In Venice Many or Rawlelgh Charlotte REALTOR Wilt P. Too/e, fie;. Broke u, w = a.

FUrnished Near beach and$0W55 Nokomis Ave.References ex: Simmons blde-a-bed $5, $10,,,, dealers earn $2,SO and up per 251 W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600-481-2449 Ph. 4884738 216 So. TrailTIo ) ... 45.444.
$ Ideal Income propertriOwner the season. Markle, $20. Good condition. Phone hour. Write Rawleigh, Dept

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