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 24, 1964
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00262
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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Br: W. EARL AUMANN \I. born King of the Jewel In fact, Daniel himself was baby Jesus was born, a new must have made a treat stir ed this Information, after children of men; grace fa .- a
Despite the cryof com. For we have seen His star in known as a Magi in the star of unusual brilliance in Jerusalem. questioning the Magi about poured into r'Yall'd: J
mirclallsm sometimes heard the east, end are come to courts of Nebuchadnezzar shone in the heavens; a star Herod Troubled the unusual star and the hast !
at Christmastime, we must worship Him." For "Magi" really meant so bright that in some Now Herod was a crafty manner in which it had pointed blessed thee forever" i .
remember"hree the Divine Identity Unknown "wise men.' 'They professedto strange way it told the Magi man and "wise in his generation the way to Jerusalem. the Psalmist had said : I I'
lY.ulded wise men"from who they were , where know more than other peo- that here was truly the ," as well as wicked. Then he cunningly bade them, Gifts Of Love /
the East who bestow. they came from. . and why ple; naturally they were high "Star of the Nativity of One When he heard these strange go to Bethlehem, where the The shepherds had come to .j' '
ed the first "Christmas gifts"on they came; St. Matthew does In the confidence of the born to be King of the Jews." tales of an expected king he child was prophecled to be the manger hastily to do the "
the Christ Child himself not say, but the ancient secu kings; in addition, they were So strong was their faithin was greatly troubled. What born, and "when ye have young child reverence and to I'i'' '
And in the giving of presents lar historians throw some astrologers what they had witnessedthat would become of his poweras found him bring me the word kneel before Him as their ."
to those we love, we too, meagre light on the event. First Colleges they followed this star King of Judea, and what again that I may come and Saviour or King but their l jt 'I
are expressing our love and In those days the "East" That they might have more unquestionably many weary about his sons, whom he expected worship him also. loving hearts and humble r:
reverence for Jesus by carryIng may have meant Egypt, Per leisure to study the heavens miles until it brought them to rule after him Believing King Herod to be worship were the only gilt r. r
out Hit truism: Inasmuch sia, Arabia, or even India, and discuss their discoveries and their caravan to the very Yesl He did remember sincere they departed, "and they brought r
as ye have done It unto for in all four of those coun with each other, they freque. gates of Jerusalem. some such prophecies as to a lo, the star which they taw But these new visitors were i t
one of the least of these, my tries, "Magi" or "Wise Men" ently lived together :In colleges. Here they felt sure of learn. Messiah. So he immediately in the East went before them of a different type. Just as I f
bretheren, ye have done it were in the ascendency; and Tradition suggests that ing more about the royal gathered the Chief Priests till it came and stood over the Hebrew shepherds represented ': .;.
unto me" (Matt. 25.40: ) In all those countries the these particular Magi were child and where Ha was to be and the Scribes together and where the young child wst." the poor and lowly, to d I"
Is Matthew the writer of prophecies of the coming of studying the stars at the found. demanded to know where the There, in very humble surroundings whom. Jesus had come, so ,
tht First Gospel, who tells us the Messiah, who was to be Egyptian University of On, Naturally, the arrival of Messiah was to be born. (by now they had these rich strangers represented
that some months after the "King of the Jews" and a (six miles from Cairo) the such a magnificent caravan, "In Bethlehem of Judea," found comfortable lodging Ina the Gentile nations, F.:
birth of Jesus "there came Saviour of His people, had greatest institution of learning whose leaders were eagerly they replied, quoting the well nearby home) the Magi beheld for whom Jesus also came fi fiThe
wise men from the East to been told and retold by the { In the then-known world. asking such strange questions known prophecy of Micah as Mary and her fair young into the world.
Jerusalem Jews taken to those countries Then a strange thing happened as, "Where is He that their authority. child rich offerings they laid I '
"Saying, where Is he that as captives. At the actual time the Is born King of the Jew.'" Thoughtfully, Herod digest "Thou art fairer than the (Continued on page 1)w: w



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on and Revised Plans Called For I i'!'

,f f the South 40 Bids Nulled l

rail. '
The Sarasota County Com nal cost estimate for this an- the use of the tax dollar." action at this time and allow
mission yesterday threw out nex and as a Board of County The commission chairman the incoming members . .
the bide on the proposed South Commissioners we are I then went on to urge the present I the courtesy of a review of 'I
By PEACHIE EDGE charged with the responsibility board with Its three lame these plans and a possible re-
eve "changed our hat" 40 courthouse facilities and of value and economy in duck members "to postpone bid."
moved to another desk. called for a revised set of

the official title Is so- plans from Architect RalphA.

y editor, thus there will Erickson. Christmas Is Celebrated
ions changes made in oure motion' -
columnr We hope to inle A by::
Halgh to accept the I
more and more per-
$329,240 low bid of O. B
all, those chatty notesnt Thompson, Inc., of Sarasotaon I
who is doing what
the knocked Here In
n, where and how. Thest down three project to two was with Com Many Languages
Christmas present wed
mission Chairman L. L. Park.
receive would be floods .
er and Commissioners Johnson
phone calls letting us in By PETE MAURER
Warren and Masel C. evident.Spirit highlighted the pageant.The .
all the holiday doings Huston voting against It. Christmas will be celebrated The Same Grace MethodistChurch I
't think for a minute that Huston then moved that all in the Venice area in For the German perform. presented its first I
-e abandoning our mythl- bids be rejected as too high many different ways and in ers, cries of "Frohllche Weln- Christmas cantata, also last ,
soapbox, 'cause we're Warren seconded the motion many different languages. achten" will fill the air as Sunday. The title of the hour-
, it has served us too well, and the vote alignment was Church and religious cele presents are exchanged. For long cantata was "Love
often. the same as before.Commissioner brations honoring the birth of many of them, it will be their Transcending."
-o- Huston fur Christ children happily opening first Christmas away from Choral Evensong was the
rom Casey Key way ther moved that Architect their gifts on Christmas their native land, but the Sunday presentation of St.
>ei the word that Mr. and Erickson be Instructed to prepare morning(, and the average spirit will remain the same. Mark's Episcopal Church.
Vernon I.. Mason have set of person, just happy because it Christmas carols will be The 22-member choir sang
a new plans -
hiPPY houseful for the THE DUET BRUSKA one of the new acts at feats while riding unicycles. Barbara and the entire west wing of is a day of happiness . this sung, as usual, but the Christmas many of the world's most
slide. Son David Mason the Ringling Brot Barnum & Bailey Circus, are Richard Bruilca joined the show this year after the proposed South County Is Christmas 1964. dinner will take on an noted choral arrangements,
arrived from the Unl- teen at they perfect their act. The pair, a several yean of performing with top European facility and eliminating the Christmas comes to everyone American accent. Including "Gloria" and
sib of Mississippi and husbend-end-wife team, perform juggling circuses. welcome station Warren everywhere. And it will The Polish entertainers, "Peace on Earth, Good Will
htr': son, Ensign Geoffrey supported the motion and not be overlooked at the circus who dominate the circus Eternally."
son, is back from San Di. FOR '65 CIRCUS SPECTACULAR Parker again voted with Hus grounds of Ringing Bros scene this year, will also exchange The Catholic Church of tae
Calif., where he is ..ta.Id ton and Warren. Barnum & Bailey Circus gifts in small groups Epiphany will have a carol I
aboard the USS. Tu- Earlier, In a prepared The performers, from many Czechoslovakia Hungry, and sing at 11 :-30 p.m., preceding
The young Naval offlc- statement, Chairman Parker lands and speaking many Yugoslavia which also are the annual midnight Christmas ,
lust spent six months in Rehearsals Go Smoothly called for a re-examination of languages, will celebrate in represented in the troupe Mass.
Western Pacific. The Ma.I the plans and a public hearing their native style. will share in the merrimentof A children's worship ser
have as houseguests, to be held in the South With a half dozen countries Christmas with parties of vice and a candlelight ser- I : '
v Jean Alexan- County Parker said he did being represented in the circus their own. (Contlnued on page Z) p
a.., a Rehearsals for the 196S Monday in preparation for the are practicing individuallyand not want his statement to be many various ways of All the performers, as In
ke University Also, Mr spectacular of the Ringling premier of the new show at will be worked Into the considered as "a block to the celebrating Christmas will be one big family will share a
son'. sister and her bus1 Bros Barnum It Bailey Circus the Venice winter quarters show routine later. South County annex building common bond of happinessand Gulf k
Mr and Mrs. Paris shifted smoothly into high Jan.' 9 10. Of the new acts, Barstow program" for which he aald joy as Christmas is celebrated Fishing
It t Russell are down from gear this week as performers "We are progressing nicely said "They are a greatly talented he had worked persistently. UF AppealsFor universally.
v York City to spend the familiarized themselveswith _> . as well as could be expected group of new entertain. Declared Parker. "I am in Carol
'lays In their home on the the new routines. anyway," Richard (Continued on page Z) full agreement with the orlgt- singing, special Reef Marked

Y. .The practice sessions for the Barstow circus director, tolda __ _ _ _'_.__._.__ -. - WorkersAn Christmas children's present a t Ion a,
-0- "Wizard of Oz" spec theme GONDOLIER reporter Mon tt;; EC EC -%Ct(, exchanging programs of will, and the I An offshore Venice fishing I,'
gifts mark
tents of Mr. and Mrs. entered their second week reef buoy was put in place
day.Barstow & the 1.965th of I a
birthday ChristIn (
rte 1 Kilton at their Noko- explalntd the problems appeal for adult volunteer Sunday by the sponsoring
the various Christian
s home are their daughter the show has encountered workers to help "wrap Venice Grouper Snooper Scuba
nn-ln.Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. thus far have been many, I And to One And All . up" the $24,001 United Fund churches in the Venice area. Diving Club and the Sarasota I
Ward C. Beck, and theiree WeatherHigh and the most obvious one is campaign for the Venice area Christmas PageantThe County Civil Defense
youngsters, Marcia, the language barrier i Christmas"eeJoyeaux was issued today by WilliamC. Venlce-Nokomis Methodist Underwater Rescue Team. (i.I. i.\: E
n 1 and Alan, from Man. "We are being slowed up by "Merry Payne, general chairman Church staged its 37th The two organizations were '
Her. N. H. They'll also Low Rain the necessity of translatingour Payne said the Red Feather annual "Christmas Story in I.. aided by the Coast Guard .,
visiting Mrs. Beck's sis DEC 16 49 .00 Instructions into several I drive currently sands at 90 Pageant" Sunday to begin Auxiliary In placing the buoy .'
. Mrs, John Bennett and DEC. 17 83 64 .00 different languages. Sometimes Noel""Felices per cent of the goal with the the season. The presentationof on one of the natural reefs in
ly, of North Park Boule- DEC. It 79 64 .00 we have to use sign residential campaign in its scenes depleting the prophesy the gulf. The reef, known as It 1
r4 in! Venice. DEC. 19 79 62 .00 language," he added. Pascuas""Malt final phases. of Isaiah, the Annunciation : Jewfish Reef bcause of the Z.
DEC. 20 78 55 .00 New Acts 6' "We're desperately In need the Shepherds and the great number of this species
''ve 'Just g t to tell this DEC. 21 77 B5 ..00 Meanwhile, the new acts (Continued on page Z) Angels, and the Nativity I (Continued on page t)
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FOR SANTA: Venice area young -Nokomis Bank this week.' Altec'the'concert lfli Kaikama" the chest, which won her the $100 left, president of the bank, witnessed the r

* attending the Veniee Nursery School the pre-scheolen had refreshment savings account fint prize In the "lucky opening of the chest along with several other aj ;
* Kindergarten tana' Chrlstmat carols I= for of punch and cookies end received freshfrom key" contest held In conjunction with Die in- winners In the contest.rchri t

I ter. ndt, 'I appreciative audience .t. the Septa wgu(.tiofl of the Key Credit PUa ,at First I

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+! GONDOLIER, Venice Fla. Thurs., Dec. 24, 1 196
: Fishing Reef Christmas/ CelebratedHere

I IIII' WTOTEEPOLEI (Continued from page 1)
t r ObituariesFRED found there, Is 1.8 miles from
I ; MacArthur
the R.tlrem.ntHotel In Many I
} Languages
I, FRED B. BEAR the Emmanuel Lutheran beach, end 25 miles
ll \ Church, officiated. 'BurIal from the Venice Jetties
I Frd B. Bear, 67. of 278 N. was scheduled to be held today By MARK STIRES and PAUL FFEUFFEE The buoy, an official U. S.
,,1 W. Grobe St., North Port in Arlington National Coast Guard aId to naviga (Continued from pace 1) Peace"Calvary Slm. On W'dnellda
I Charlotte, died Saturday at Cemetery I bone la three feet long and Christmas Reformed Churchof sing by the e ea
vice will highlight the
1 the Venice Hospital. If you happened to pass fer, secretary; Mrs Howard two feet in diameter It ii located Venice Gardens has a church was tout cc
1 I celebrations at Lakeside held.
the Venice Junior High Monday Butler and Mr. Roy, math
Mr. Boar was born in Warren at a point 28 feet deep .
t RAYMOND J STEINKE Lutheran Church. The chll.drtn' Christmas Eve c.ndlUllhtaervlce The Venlce
I i Ohio. He moved to North you probably smelled the teacher. and la marked with horizontal scheduled, to be followed -Nokomh
service will begin at byterlan
d' Pork Charlotte in 1963 from Raymond J. Steinke, (4, of aroma of foreign foods corning All the guests enjoyed the stripes 6f international orange ; Christmas Church gar? .
: ,' Cleveland, Ohio, where he 923 Dawn St., Venice, died from the home economicsroom. splendid food prepared by the and white. 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve. by a Lindner margage choral alto. by the h
jl by Jean
;''\ .. I had retired as an inspector Monday at his home.A girls The classes sponsoredthe The buoy site Is only one of A candlelight service on and Miss Bess Voorhees. On Church Choir and tows
;\ for the Square D Manufactur native of Oshkosh Wis., All the ninth grade girls dinners in connectionwith many natural fish reefs off. Christmas Eve will concludethe Tuesday night the Sunday Choir.masEves.rvic.wiM. The traditionaI tl
t he moved to Venice lour who have home economics the unit they are study- Christmas program at
hog Co. Mr. Bear was a veteran shore of Venice and club
\ ::1 I :j 4 t of World War I. years ago upon his retirement under the direction! of Miss Ing. members said they hoped Knunanuel; Lutheran Church School program was present- at '7 p.m. in the outdoor III !

I I j" Survivors include his widow from the Ford Motor Hunt were divided I Into -- divers and fishermen, while Last Sunday the church ed.The hoary The Day ScbOOI IItI
'. Mrs. Hattie Bear, of Co. From 1920 until 1953 he groups and assigned a differ Dress-Up Day Will held using the buoy as a guide, school presented "On Earth Christmas cantata", 1U party on Monda, tor
I I' North Port Charlotte and a was chief clerk for the Ford's ent country. Each group pro.pared prior to the Christmas holiday will observe all' safety rules "Chimes of the Holy Night children and friend ti
:. I'I 1 sister, Mrs. Harriet Thornton, northern Michigan operation a typical meal of one vacation. The activitywas 10 that all may enjoy the E'wood Scouts was presented Sunday by the church,
j ax of Macedonia, Ohio. and then In 1953 he moved to of the following: Italy Switi- sponsored by the student benefits of the reef I First Baptist Church A "
I'It'' Fun.ral.emcn held Detroit where he was with erland China, France, Mexico council. I Dr. Douglas Williamson, Christmas Eve party for the "
i : were his Sweden, and Scotland. I Sunday School children will ALLEN
the auto maker until re -o II president of Venice Group. Slate Dinner
at the Far
2 I
:. :. I' Monday p.m Many of the groups Invited I be held at 7:30: p.m.
ley Funeral Home, 265 S. Nokomis tirement.Mr. Mr. Mario (Al Coraggio er Snooper club, directed the Convalescent
I ,I Stelnke memberof special guests and wore col. 1. I The Junior Choir of the and
Ave., Venice. The Rev, was a from Newark, N. has joined job of placing the buoy. He ENGLEWOOD Boy ,
i Charles I. Rowe, pastor of: St. Mark's Episcopal orful costumes representing the VJHS faculty as teacher I was assisted by Betty 'Wil Scouts will hold their annual Union Missionary Baptist Nursing Horns
: 'i'\, 1 \ Church of Venice and Iron their country. of Industrial Arts and liamson, Jim Reid Philip winter pancake-pork dinneron Church presented a special 24 Hour Nu,,; J,
I: \, L Mountain Lodge No. .388, The visitors Included Mrs. Crafts, He is a graduate of Carolers, Joe Valderrammaand Sunday: Jan 10 in the program last Sunday, followed Phon Venice sg "/b
I F&AM in Iron Mountain, Osborn, English teacher; Auburn University and has Ken 'Wlngrove. Free American auditorium. by a Christmas message sun '
Legion PDNCI iGlRd
;f i f: 1; : ';1 Mich. Mrs. Conway, librarian; done graduate work at the naps showing the position of Aaron Van TUburg is from the Rev. James C. V" I LION.. '
rl ) .1 f 1 : 1' Survivors Include his wife, George Rogers and Mr. Arch. University of South Florida. the buoy are available from chairman of the committeeon -
I 1, .j Mrs. June Steinke, of Venice; Ibald, faculty member; the Fie has lived in Florida for club members.Schools. arrangements. The dinner
I'i'l'i' '! one son, Robert Ray Steinke, Rev. A. L. Leinback. Mrs 12 years, Including teaching will be prepared and served .
I : i of Mt. Pleasant Mich, and Clyde Shattuck, Mr. Reid, In the Htllsborough County by the scouts assisted by
two brothers, Dr. Charles guidance teacher; Mrs Pfef- school system. He is marriedand Get scout mothers and friends of +
f Stelnke. of Iron Mountainand father of a four-year-old scouting Serving will startat

i' j \ Dr. Harold Steinke, of Police BlotterTwo girl. His favorite hobbles are noon and continue all afternoon Tidings ,
; Park Ridge, 111. photography, music, and Half BillionPublic Legionnaire Ben
) : Funeral services and Interment arts Lane will supervise the seating .Pike the Wise .
were held today in Iron weekend burglaries in Sometime In January Mr. education costs Floridians arrangement and servicing Men let "
Mountain. Venice netted thieves only Zoragglo hopes to Sponsor to avoid waiting
: Farley Funeral Home, 265S. $14. The two breaking and and organize a Photography $393,700,000 during Scout Committee Chairman marvel onew ot 4
i, Nokomis Ave., Venice, was entering cases are being \investigated Club which would meet oncea the 1963 fiscal year, 19 per Don Weekes, points out that / the mirqdeot t.
: I In charge of local arrange by city police. week using one of the cent over the previous :yearcompared while the troop is sponsoredby Christmas.
with cent
ments. Police reported the Tarpon school labs and dark rooms a 10 per the Englewood Leglonnaires .JgOq
\t : Center Bait and Tackle Shop -0- increase nationally, the FlorIda the scouting endeavor '
1 ,: ROY A. LOOMIS .t the south State Chamber of Commerce -
jetties was broken Due to the VJHS Christmas each year to be self-support- :
: I ; Oar Funeral services were heldIn into sometime Sunday vacation, the TOTEM POLE reported.Florida' Ing by conducting fund rais ,
{ evening and approximately will not until after faster than natIonal log
r Port Charlotte Saturday appear events and through their ,
.,. I'' for Roy A. Loomis, who died $8 to $10 in petty cash taken Jan 4. We say "so long" un.til rate of increasedl own efforts provide funds for
r ei Thursday in Arcadia. The B & B Bar 203 West the Totem Pole Is printed cates an Improving trend in their year-round activities CJUIlMClt Lorna/
i '';\t tI" j Mw1eaI Loomis came to Port Charlotte Venice Ave, was reported to again. Remember, please the .tat."'. schools and universities such as camping equipment, I f
1,5 five years ago from have been broken into sometime drive carefully over the holidays Weekly Business. bod y building anent,, ,
Sunday. and the laws! Review said., "This trend _also Insurance Council
:1 I ua Shaker Heights, Ohio. He was obey Sunniland 2b5 Nolomie Ave. Venice
1 :j'It ay I retired laundry operatorand Clark Grauel, 64 Palm Hill shows up In per canta fig. dues and other obvious requirements
MPP' yr a member of the ChristIan load, the owner, reported his ur... The Florida total figures .
Science Church. place had been entered to $107 for every resident -
/ Survivors include his wife, through the rear inner door United FundContinued of the state, 17 per cent Stag
t I't Jrs. Mabel F. Loomis, and Missing were two $2 bills more than in 1962. The national agriculture's
aped to the mirror average was $127 per production assets
I one sister. for display ( from page 1) comes to
McCloud Funeral Servicewas purposes. of adult workers to wrap up person but the rate of gain about $23,000 for each farm 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone
t THEj" in charge of local ar the campaign in the Venice, was only half of Florida's. employe. .-. .
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rangements.The Nokomis and Laurel areas," "Florldas' rank among the ----
Handy Hardware RehearsalsContinued Payne said. And he asked 50 states In per capita expen- sstseerettua

a "" Ralph Ungierl, Prop. blind population of the ( from volunteers to sign up with the iture for public education
page 1)) Venice Area Chamber of was 37 during the 1963 fiscal
United States is estimated at
j" 1588 S. Trail Ph. 488-5854 en and they will
certainly decided
405,000 persons.b by calling\ 488- year, a Improvementover
I add something to the show 2393. the previous year's rankof

i \ T I I this In my IS years with the show, The United Fund chairman 44.
like the finest
said he "Florida state universitiesand
hoped to complete the
group" of new talent we've campaign by mid-January. public Junior colleges received -
had Payne paid special tributeto $91.600,000 of the 1963 < ur good I Iwlsh'l
Production manager Bob three workers he said have total up 24 per cent while the
Dover said performers were already completed the ir national figure moved up 17
working hard st their routines -
neIghborhood canvas per cent. Florida's public
and everything would ben They are Mrs Mary Busbey schools received $488,400,000, for 'I
. Y YV7C Yt readiness for the opening Venice Gardens; Mrs. Robert up 18 per cent compared with 1 1I
4 He said a new feature, nine
McNamara, South Venice, eight per cent nationally. I
I t acts being performed simultaneously and Claude Kean, North Port Schools for the handicappedand Nappy
surrounding the Charlotte. other special schools In I
I center ring, has been added. the state received $13,700,000,
IhI This is the first time in theIrcus's The 100,000 residents of up eight per cent. and Healthy
--- t r history that so many nnsbruck, Austria, and thoseof 1Y. I
acts have been presented atthe the neighboring! communities Frozen orange juice con
i same time, according to of Iglis, Iizum and See- centrate may be used as the HofdayL
Dover, e4! prepared for the 1964 liquid in a confectioners sugar I
Two new acts that were Winter Olympics since I960. and butter frosting.
practicing were Barbara and
Richard Bruska, a Polish to aD ourfriends.
husband and billed
-wife team
81 the "Duet Bruska. Bruska

Is a unicyclist who specializes .
In Juggling and other balanc- +
b .: log feats while atop his unl- Hop,
cycle. His wife assists him Santa's' W. thank you
and does some Juggling of her
I Ii bringing
i;i l To our loyal potroni own.A new lion set featuring our many for

"' we express our Claudlusz Blaszak, from Poland friends your
t i' '
,l, i sincerest appreciation and" bis four-year-old the Merriest
lion "As, combines humor
Christmas molt lind
and daring. Blaszak portrays
I a waiter diligently serving his f ,', ever!

master, the lion. Parts of the
I f act Include "As" being spooned S ,x
and served cocktails.
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taN now.e5ATINS .
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Ta Ui i''key Shoot I I Library Sets Holiday Hours j y

The Venice Public Library during that month, with 136 ration ha reached JT.3JX I'
Winners Are Listed will be closed both the Chrlst- new books being added to the with a coal of 40,000 ait for
i m.. and New Year weekends, library collect The collection the first year of circulation.
according to an announcement now totals 3,195. To data, she added, 1,800 person ''I
Mr. Lantx stated that circulation have registered a* borrower ;
Fifty-one person won turkey nl* Martyn, A. R. mad today by
J Young, of book with the U.brary. : .
in the Venlce-Nokomis Bob :Bellcase Dorothy r. Lent*. librarian.Mr during the first 11 *
W. R. Harris .
gatey)! Club' turkey shoot Bruce Andrew *. LanU said the lIbra. month of the library' ope .i
held thl* Pt weekend and Lelta ry will close at 1 p.m. today
wai held to raise Lunk. and at the earn time next The GONDOLIER Venice, Fl. Thus. Dee. 24 1964-3
pony for furnishings In the Rick Curwood, M. J. Mc- Thuraday. It will be reopened I Ipaacon f,1
sew addition to the Venice Clain Ed Ewing, Howard at the Usual t a.m. hour on

Memorial winner I Hospital.The may. pick up Vaughn" 'Ralph Maier, H. L. the holiday Monday weekeada.following the Earth... a ,' I

,their winning ticket by stop- Harvey, Doug Arnall, P. S. At a meeting of the Board 8oodwgl
pint, by the receptlonlat'* Russell, Evelyn Drake, Roy k of Director of the Friend t ,rh
at the Venlce-Nokoml Nance e rr1a{ tu'11 a r.8 assn, ,
desk Leone Brown, J. L. of the Library, held lilt
Bank. Dunn, Chip. Johnson, Jack Tuesday, Mr*. Lants present A pytrl gddnarl i
The list of winner. include Beatty and Jeannette Bell ed her report for the montho "
Vanstl Bellow Bill Phillip, Dorothy Rosenthal J. November. Circulation !
Dot Ryan, Dick' Rich Dorothy Scaglione, Earl Swift, Pat reached a total of 1863 book
Ripey, Retina Rossed, Ryan, Clyde Johnson, Dale -- -- r u" s, r I ':
Ed Wolfer, Mary Low, Elsa Gumm, Tom Ferguson, Eva NICE COMEBACKPitching 3 eaan. ,
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and L. B. NlcelL i.;
LaFollette Baker, L. B. French, F. T coach
Morrison and the Harry
Salvation ,
Fred Rlngo, Ralph Ander. Army. Brecheen of the Baltimore '."
Helen Kwleclkskl, V. Oriole lost all liven decl-
Kn Sutton, Frank Myer, Clay ,,, Ions in two hitches with Galveston GULF THEATRE, Venice ,i
cooper, Caaa Runyan, Paul Want some extra.good tasting of the Texas League in
bbttettef, Bill Durham, Er. dry bread crumbs Crush 1943-M. In 1837 he won 21 TROPICAL DRIVE-IN Laurel
ltalien-type bread sticks fine game for Portsmouth Va. a
.M : .
or course whichever kind '
are needed. u =

i LOVING HANDS MAKE THE BEST GIFTS Knott who pours the brightly colored gran-
Second grade students at the Venice Elemsntery dales into a mold held by Brand McPherson. A'i I 1
School are melting Chriitma, gifts l Ralph Adrian (far left) hold m 'larger trey Ii
leldm.ehr for their parent Several youngsters In Mrs. made by Mrs. Ferguson while Dean Raby has i
Laura Ferguton'i room display pin tray they his gift trey and on the far right are Alvin
constructed from plastic grandule baked In Hill and Emma Boyd. In the background are
? Nato IIU mold Demomtratinq the method I Is Lori paper Christmas tree made by the ttudentt. !

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0tf Visitor, at the Sigwalad and spend the next three guests their son and wife Mr. \
Larsen home on Sandhurst month here. and Mr. Frederick C. Burroughs .
Jr. Th Burroughs
Drive are Mr. and Mr. Russell -0A are from younger Syracuse, N.
Fisher and family Mrs guest for a week at the
Y., where Fred Jr. operates
home of Mr. and Mrs Charles
Fisher i I. the daughter of the his father's former,business,
of 114 Ave.
Perry Algiers
Larsen and with them are was Mr. Elenor Sayrot. the Fred C. Burroughs Metal .
Co. Both Freddieand
their children Kim, Jackie Mr."Sayrot la a sister-in-law Finishing
Rita are ardent eMuto
and Russell Gerald of the Perry. and come from and are enjoying paying:
their former home, ,
"asl Daytona both Venice! East Par Three
S' - Ohio. Several neighbor entertained
and Lake Venice golf course
t for Mr. Sayrot during
Two holes-in-one were scared f
her visit in Venice East.Pvt
Sleigh bells jingle at Venice East Golf - . and Best Wishes for a won

end a Christina message Course this past week and Danny McCarthy is derful Holiday Season May you !
both the No. hole
on same 4
of and all. P'
|joy peace to home on his first leave since
THANK YOU The lucky perfectionists were entering the service in September enjoy Good Health, Good Fortune :
Western Auto Mr. Erlcwkson and
P. Ray
Danny 1 I. the ion of note of chew, nay and Happiness throughout the :
RUTH end JOHN Mr. Carl W. Weierter. Mr .
Associate Stores Audrey McCarthy of 126 t
with all
we you a very
DAUGHERTYBOOKSHOP - Sandhurst DrIve. He is stationed coming year. 1
I 305 W.Venice Ave. at Fort Gordon Ga, hippy holiday
mo Holldavlsltore with Mr. taking training in Infantryand
I tot and Mre. Edwin Hansen at light artillery I
'V. Venice Ave NAN their home at 110 Sandhurst - 4JSI'
I Drive will be Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mrs Frederick C.
George 'Neilion and their Burroughs of 122 Sandhurst , ,
dps s
children Jan and Jody. Mr. Dr., have as their holiday {'t
Neilson 1 I. the former Grace _
Hansen and she and her family sow ':"
live In,the White Mountains J J
of New Hampshire on '
Governor'* Island. The Han. i
pens are planning a trip to 1 1
M v.aaaMa aaouareuww.a
Miami and all the area spots WE HOPE THE CHRISTMAS)
of Interest for their childrenand Dpt'WIIIBRINGGOiDCKr .
grandchildren during T
their stay here Following 4'
these guests the Hansen are
expecting Mrs Hansen' sister .
and her husband Mr. and I
Mr. William G. Freeman G ,fIIIdO :: +
From Annandale Va. The ;r eaa
bless mankind (this freeman plan to stay with "Our MrlMh anniversary
the Hansen for a while and
Christmas then find a place in the area

and remain In our UNITEDDiscount year"i

heart for aH The 3,600-word Magna Carte AuctionU.S.
in Latin was translated Into i
w the Joy te come English and read to King IiiJiiJ 41 & Eng.lwood Rd. 'I
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A MEEEY CHRISTMASThe j wish,the Lest for you
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sound's and scents .f Christmas fill the air with joy ana1 '
and the '
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FOR A HAPPY BEST HOLIDAY WISHES SEASONand *e '. 4 t for Christina At many*,bltiiinglof May your halt' ;i @ 1 H'rLORIOA

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1. ''I 1. EDWARD D. BALL .............................. ...... Editor and Publisher I Thus Glory sang,the all glory angels to that God holy on high night!
I I SAM DILLON .................................. News and Newspboto Editor A* they winged their way through the sky. mirfzica
1 COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager i
'I I WILLIAM A. MEYER .........................................., Shop Foreman Such holy Joy earth had never known,
t : ': ROGER KILBY.................................... Mechanical Superintendent Ott Ai was manifest that night,
And the echo resounded o'er hill and dale,
:1' God iM level! God is Peacel I God Is Light I
V a SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5.25 per year, $3.U per six months .7J ',J .. :
" per three months 10 cents per copy. Out of county, $829 per year, $4.23 ; The shepherds heard and they cam to seeThe '
.1 per six months $3 per three months. Christ who had caused such praise;
Ad .ta.ns ...._..tI.., PItt M. ,,.. ....... Gdawala 110. Mane.. M. ... ', At Bethlehem's manger they knelt to pledge Here wfsMng a bright and
: 'I i , N.. r.b. Y. !.. AtIu.. Gar D.aK Yk. Jed i Their gifts, their love and their ways. you merry
Christmas and a Yuletide Mason
r t The Wl-e Me. the skies
earnestly searching ,
: : Beheld His star blaze forth, spatting with good dear.
. Jt:1: I A Christmas ThoughtWe
And they came to find the One who was King
a Of East, West, South and North ,

J reed that In St. Paul' Cathedral . willingness to forgive . to help i Have we the Joy of the angels today? r
; '. i In London there once was a painting of others to practice the Golden Rule The Shepherds humility? BILLPHILLIPS ; t
1' Do we bring our gifts as the Wise Men did
\' i a door by a great artiit. The door was . willingness "to become at e little 1 For the Christ who had made us free? '

( dosed and there was no latch with which child" as our' Matter suggested, and to i', God grant that Christmas shall find our hearts FORD :
I fe open it. In front of the door was the\, "be willing, rather to be absent from the Filled with His love and grace, .f
, figure of Jesus. our Great Matter, with a body and present with the Lord." That as we observe His wondrous Birth, 7Ae Most Affordable Ford La the South' _

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i When ailed' why he had painted the toward men," when a feeling of genuine

I I'' door with no latch, with no way to open brotherhood reigns In our hearts, let HIII
;ry ,' it from the outside, the artist replied, open wide the door from within\, end

1 I "That it one door that\, can only be opened let the\, good that it awaiting in enter . S
I from the\, iniide. IT IS THE DOOR Of always mindful that\, not what we receive,
I WILLINGNESS." but through what we give shall we be

I' : 'I; j So many beautiful things of life come truly blett.

-,' .!1 to w if we open the door of willingness W. Earl Aumenn Parson To PersonBy JoVkutga4

\( The REV. E. R. LLOYD, Pastor .: at
: Christmas In Floridai
t First Baptist Chorch' of Venice w.r..r
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j One unusual" thing Is that many Floridians annually go about dutifully mailing Toadstools And MushroomsThey eJ --.c "peace ea a rik. ?

t out Christmas cards showing snow on the treat and rooftops. Of course, VENICE CAMERA

a this isn't the true Florida Christmas. Christmas had Its beginning In a Florida.P look alike-they may The devil's smoothest lie is: be of God" does not need to 325 W. Venice Ave.
\ type setting. When Christ was born In Bethlehem, there was no snow. Instead even taste alike (I never experimented "It doesn't matter what :you "entertain them" We do not
I i | the flowers were )in bloom |lust like Florida at Christmastime ), but the resultsare believe, just so you are sin need to eat a Toadstool to
entirely different. Recent. cere." Swallow that one and learn that it is poisonous. By
I ly in calling I visited briefly it develops an abnormal appetite feeding on the "Sincere milk
i I H Hers the way poet James B. Moore set the scene: with a person who did experi for all others; such as: of the Word" and the "Strong c ; I: ... Cheerful
:t. ment. The result was almost 41 don't believe in condemning meat" we learn Discrimina
I The visitor shook hit head fatal; a hospital stay was other peoples' religion. tion.As >oJ Christmas
P At he basked In the tropical tun; rather lengthy. There is good In them all." fond as I am of mushrooms *"
I "Coll this Christmas?" to me lie told, Children have an Innate desire "If I do the beat I can I'll I'm not experimenting '\l" :
to put everything in their get to heaven'l I I I'm going to accept the wordof Wishes
"Well not where I troml
-4t come mouth. But ultimately they But how to ten thefalsefrom competent authorities as ..
1 learn the good and reject the the true How can to what is good. f H.r4
I t 1 "Chriitmm needs snow and Ice, and cold, bad. Christians be nourished in the So with much of the false y wdsM.g"ere
I i And the sound of the sle/ ghb.ld ring; This same thing applies faith How detect the Toadstool teaching of today, I have a 1 ,. i,, rwed.M'p
l And at for me, I can't be told/ spiritually. Poison kills no in the field of Mushrooms competent authority, the / > MMf
-- Cm this weather that 1.Ii/ !. Spring. matter how harmless it appears ? (However, the tragedy BIBLE, which tells me what fNlsaesdleer/
no matter how sincere of our day is that we is True, what is False. / f5
? the victim, and it pays to dis have to say: in honesty, How The distinguishing feature I
I' ]]j K3 "S n'a Clan in a bathing serf, criminate. "There is a way detect the mushroom in the is this One will BLITCH'S SHOE STORE
I HH No sir, 1m/ '*"'' tight" ; which seemeth right to man, field of toadstoods). simply : nourish
t, If eat it, and the other 209 W. VENICE AVE.
f m M Cranberry sauce and tropical fruit but the end thereof are the The Scripture which says, you
1' / think/ it'. o" awful ',igltl." ways of death" (Pro*. 14:12): ). "Try the spirits whether they will kill :you.

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",.,y poor, misguided friend," I sold, n.
\ "Year lament does not ring true; Letters To ,
I ; You're mixed up by the things/ you've read, -f.

,i,, From a myth you take your c... #
The EditorTo
I "For no snow fell on Bethlehem" '' .
i Oa Me night' the Star first shone, The Editor: Y y
I There wot no blizzard nor howling/ gale For many months and ....
i ? That swept with a shriek and a moan. years we have been pluggingto
get our Loveland School
I I 'The breeie wen soft, and what h more, for retarded children started.
need for
with the a
The night that the Christ Child come, The
building of its own, you
Habitcut bloomed near the stable door, GONDOLIER, have done an
As Mary murmured Hit name outstanding Job of reporting.It .
I Is this close knit community .
tougoinvillea of violet/ ice spirit that is going to put
Arched in a graceful bower; this project over. : In
On behalf of .
Poinsettias, wet with midnight dew, School I wish to thank you
Enhanced that sacred hour.
for the coverage
:you have given us in :your
"The Heavenly/ ties In the starry tty, paper. : teSirit t
Proclaimed the birth of the King; All of us at Loveland School ,,
I + And rattling palms/ echoed the oy, wish :you a very Merry .
As the whole/ earth! teemed to ting Christmas and a bright and
I Happy New Year. 1
j "So we find here, In our tan-drenched land President, ..
I h, Untouched by the ice and snow, Venice.To QJ ,5Chnstmas
That the spirit of Christmas Is near at hand
Il I And we feel God willed it to." -
I :
4 I The Editor: :
Let me thank you for the -
help :you gave in our campaign
I U II III One Boy's Christmas Our for successful Governor.campaign .

was due to the fine supportof -
\ friends like .-I
.i : In our boyhood Christmas was a day you'd have to peel with\, one knife and you.many .eet m turn omthoughtetothe

1 l \1 we 'kids would look forward to with unbounded slice with another became the dins were My pledge to the people of first ChrUtmJU and capture In .
Florida is the same good
I bitter then.
excitement and dreamy opectation. so
i- government and effectiveleadership. our hearts all tlse peace,lore ..
We believed In Santa Claus, continuedto _
I 1 ; I I Wed hang our long black k balbriggan believe when others of our age beganto I hope that I shall always and anderslanding of that Dar.

1"I"I stocking. by the fireplace, knowing for tcoff. We began to have our doubts merit your and support continued confidence .

1 a ai sure that in the morning we'd find it only when we found the\, hand-made billy HAYDON BURNS. SnthetruespirltofOtrletmaawewiahyouabappyandholyDay ..

;, crammed with Brazil!) nuts, pecans, an goat harness stashed away In a bureau .y

:' apple, an orange and a striped peppermint drawer and the red wagon with the shafts Be modern with and that the blessing of .
S ;; cane, unwrapped, and a bunch of our father had to expertly fashioned hid pray
; raisins with the seeds in them. den In the loft above the woodshed. The the season will truly be your w k k ..

i ;:f 5 If the family exchequer would permit, last vestige of doubt vanished that Chriit- VENICE t .
t"', there'd alto be a package of firecrackers, mas Eve when we heard a scuffling outback r r

a bar of tparilen and a roman candle or and a loud, plaintive bleat ICJ SHOPPING CENTERMERCHANTS' -
f two. Everything ii relative; In this\, life, but t R 8 .d
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F 1 And always there'd be a toy of some we wonder sometimes now. The youngsters r ASSN. .

., I l tort. Such as a papier mache horse with have to much today there I I. to little T"a -
j a head that nodded and which, before for them to really anticipate and enjoy..

I the day was over, usually fell apart, but But contrary to some pretent-day ar + .. .. .. . .. .. . .

i to us It was the greatest prize 'In Santa's gument, our faith\, In Santa Claus did not M.OI-N PIAtCET

d sack.I leave us scarred with a psychosis. When far SthowttiBathiJ. THE TERRACE SHOP LIGSETTS DRUGS KOIN KLEEN LAUNDRY
I Christmas dinner would be a feast which we discovered he was a disembodied! spirit
i ', .I only our family's old colored mammy, who lived in the\, minds of parents we ADAMS & HOUSER HARDWARE PUBUX DON POLLEN BARBER SHOP

Aunt Henrietta, could put together Iti loved so much, all/ was well. W. MOORE BEALL'S EISS' S >A w H GREEN STAMP CENTER

j i would be augmented sometimes by a barrel The memory of our thrills at Christmastime PLUMBING CO. WOOLWORTH'S Mf DE SEAR'S GULF GARDEN CENTER

of oysters, shipped up from Mobile. have been a blessing to us all/ these The '
Alto It would be the one time In the years a blessing we would lib to share RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS

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en/ice AARP Started Miss Green To Wed Hines f fI I

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Hears In Double-Ring CeremonyEpiphany .

rowd Advantaaes

Catholic Church and received her degree from I

vote to form "" will be the letting Saturday: the University of Florida at t ,
-wilmous Gainesville last Friday Mr. t 1, t a ,
Chapter of the at 3:30: p.m, of the marriageof
Hines also graduated from ,
I 1 Assn. of Retired Miss Jill Maureen Greenof the Venice High School and I"
,01 flU voiced by the Venice and Lt. Raymond the University of Florida last i'I tJ''I Ih ,1 h
Urioni who attended an Lewis Hines Jr. of Venice. Friday. Immediately after i '
last The bride-elect It the I ,
graduation h* was Inducted
Tit the Civic daughter of Mr. and Mrs. into the U. S. Army as a Second a ?r' i I I7a IS
n Gene L. Green, of 610 LaGuna 1 Lieutenant
mast to serve as tem. Drive, and the ,room.
officer were Mr. elect i Is the son of Mrs. Wil
Z Swanson ot 429 Park liam R. Ward, of Nassau E'wood Auction
Venice president; Street, and Raymond L. Hines
.jug: Van Toi 1 ol 224 Innrlve. tf Sr. of Wanamassa N. J. Loveland
Colonial Manor.president The Rev. Father William For
; Walter ScottI a Kelly will officiate at the ,
1 Sea Grape Drive Ven- double-ring: ceremony. ENGLEWOOD An old ',' ;
ardens, treasurer; Mr. The bride-elect will be given fashioned public auction has
net W. Haley of 020 in marriage by her father. been planned for Saturday a
Venice, correspond- The matron of honor will be Jan 30 by the Englewood
,'a.ecretary and Mrs. Wil- her slater Mrs. Ronald Cyril I Rotary Club.According. -
McLeod of 1312 Laurel of South Miami and the to Bill Bramley, rye ...
Venice, recording ecclal bridesmaids will be Miss Kay club president, all proceedswill Y 6 t ,
Sarringer, of Nokomis, Miss go to the Loveland Schoolfor 'J ,
y. guests were IJoyder Mary Beth Greer of Englewood Retarded Children EtiGAL

of Largo, district Miss Kitty Sherman of The sale will start before
sentative for the AARP Nokomis, and Miss Carole noon' at Calhoun Field and I
Ward of Venice sister of the free refreshments will be
dent of the Suncoast Miss ,...... . .... .
of Florida AARP and room-elect. Mary Victoria served. """"'"""" -" ""' '- -- ........ -

cu of the Largo Chap Bo of Venice will be Bramley urged communitywide GOLFERS CELEBRATE Pictured here. back order Mrs. Albin John-
dent ) the junior bridesmaid. support in supplying row, tame are
Mrs Paul N. Hahn, of j Billy Ball of Nokomis, win salable merchandise for the are lust a few of the 45 member. of the Lake ton, Mrs. Harold Neagle, Mrs. Harry Yarger,

Ota, president of Ken.the to the best man, and the tale Contributions may be Venice Women Golf Ann. who enjoyed Mrs. Emma Manning, association president,
,ota Chapter of and Sarasota ushers will be Douglas Pejak, left at Stirling Service, 1841 the group' annual Christmas luncheon party and Mrs. H. Lester Evans. The clubhouse was I I
j vice-president Waite of the of Gainesville Robert Hodson South Trail, Venice or Tom's lest week. On the front row (left to right) decorated In I gold and white holiday motif

,oil group. All three evi- Jr of Nokomis, Mary Wardof Atlantic Service 116 North are Mr. Harold C. Beaks, Mrs Ethel Bickel and the group had I gift exchange and song
Venice brother of the Trail Venice. In Englewood,
,d great surprise at the and Mr*. Kenneth J. Weitfall, cochairmanfor fast.
groom-elect, and Terry contributions be left at
ut for the meeting. may the event with Mr. C. E. Bryant. In the
Green brother of the bride- any service station.
,. Swanson, who has elect. The ring bearer will be If it Is not convenient to
headed the. drive for the Thomas Edward Bo, of Ven leave articles at the above Dances DeferredDue
,Cation of a the chapter. HARP DIGNITARIES Mrs. Arthur Swanson( seated, right) ice.A mentioned drop, pickup service Brown-Anderson Rites
welcomed ,roupdlscu.sed herIn goes over the charter application for I Venice Chapter of reception win follow at I may be arranged by

starting briefly the moveShe the American Association of Retired Person with Mr. Paul the Venice Yacht Club. calling Ralph Harrison 488- To Holiday
Hahn Miss Green la a graduateof 3832; Frank Bemm 488-5058 Sunday At Epiphany ChurchClub i
I mentioned the N. who ti president of the Sarasota Chapter efthe
the Venice School ii
High or C. B. Meder 474-2648. The weekly dance parties
s which may be accom- HARP Looking on are (II.ftl) Lloyd Gardner, district representative i
,d by people working to- of the HARP, president of the Suncoatt Council Miss Denise Sandra Brown and Alpha Chi Omega of the All States Club have

r and the recognition and the Largo Chapter of the group end Kenneth J. Waite, Senior Citizens Mark Yule of Venice will become the Sorority. been cancelled tonight and
\ comes from belonging first vice-pretident of the Sarasota Chapter Mr. Anderson graduated next Thursday evening, due
bride of Anderson
Ralph E.
national organization from the Venice High School to the Christmas and New

pointed out evidenced the tremend- attended the Initial meetinga video basic coverage from With Dinner Meeting GuestsThe Jr. of Venice in a double-ring and is a junior at the University Year's eve holidays. The
nterest a* by
'id that only 30 persona month ago. A call for a the moment eligible hospitaland ceremony Sunday at 8 pm. of Tennessee. He is a next meeting will be Thursday
show of hands proved that of surgical expenses begin; 1 In the Epiphany Catholic member of Sigma Chi ira Jan 7.

ttQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOliULF that original 30, only 15 were the AARP standard In-hos- I third annual Christmas following club members who Church. ternity. .

present for Friday's session pltal plan with extended 365-: dinner of the Senior celebrated their 50th wed. The bride-elect Is the The GONDOLIER Venice FleeThura :
,, Dec. 1964 5
In of the in hospital option which -
THEATERToday discussing some day Citizens Club of the Venice ding anniversary during the
activities which would be possible provides basic hospital and' Area was held last Tuesdayat past :year Mr. and Mrs daughter of Mrs. Franklin
thru Saturday Mrs Swanson announced surgical coverage and extends i Cyro's Venetian Moon with James Saxman, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Brown of 300 North r
she had reserved a blockof hospital room and about 80 members present. Dominic Struble Mr. and Nassau St., and Mr. Ander
"SOUTH PACIFIC"with 25 seats for the Sunday board benefits to a full year's I Special guests who were introduced Mrs Walter Melsenback Mr. son' parents are Mr. and atc&wsnnisMay I"
afternoon Jan. 10th perform coverage and the AARP out- Included Venice and Mrs. Walter Lind and
Anderson Sr.
Rotuno Brant ance of the Ringllng Bros of-hospital 1 major medical I Mayor Smyth D. Brohard I Mrs Olive Bott. Mrs. Ralph E. holiday I* ,
end Barnum & Bailey Circus. On plan which covers a wide president of the Venice City I The festivities were handled of 400 Pensacola Rd. your
Mitil Geynor Monday she told a GONDO range of expenses Incurred Council and Justice of the by William Schultz club Officiating will be the Rev. happy and I I! ;
LIER reporter that only five when not confined to a hospital Peace Edward S. (Bill) Ray. president and Vincent She- Father William Kelly. your bes>iusa ;; 1
end of the tickets had not been prescription drugs, doctors mond!; Murray McGrath I line, chairman. Miss Brown will be givenin .
KIDDIE MATINEE spoken for.; visits, consultations, owner of the Myakka Lanes marriage by her paternal
The next 'speaker on the care In a licensed qualified and one of the organizers of grandfather Benjamin ''
Saturday 2 p.m. agenda was Gardner who explained nursing home, diagnostic lab- the club and Bill Stahl I Franklin Brown of Regina, :
"Hey There Its that the association oratory and x-ray medical Former manager of Myakka Yule Customs Saskatchewan Canada. Her 4
YOGI BEAR" is open to all persons 95: yean supplies and care by a licensed Lanes. maid of honor will be her sister -
of age and over but the low graduate registerednurse. Also recognized were the Miss Linda Susan Brown, $1 t
cost group Insurance maintained . Rotary Theme of Venice!, and the maids of
roptcal DriveInToday by AARP is available The next advantage offered honor will be Miss Leslie Car GYRO'S Venetian Moon Restaurant I \
only at 65: years of age or AARP members discussed by "Christmas Customs ol Grey of Raleigh, N. C. and 2224 S. Tamiaml Trail .
thru Saturday those 82 who are receiving Gardner was the low cost Around the Rotary World"was Venice, Miss Sarah Ditmoreand ; 't'
social security. drugs available by mail from the title of the Christmas Miss Rebecca Gunn both s \
"QUO VADIS" Most of those present appeared AARP drug stores in Wash. For Style Show party given by the Ro of Chattanooga, Tenn. The !
and to be primarily Interested ington, D. C., St. Petersburg, tary-Anns to the Venice- junior bridesmaids will be 2? 3t : a
in the insurance and Long Beach Calif. Gardner Nokomis Rotary Club Friday Miss Diane Marie Lippo of c:4zI2d: ,
Committee chairmen have
"LOVE IS A BALL' program. Gardner explainedthat said the savings amountto been named for the luncheon night at Cyro's Venetian Chicago 111., a cousin of the T rte dM.w"
and"YOGI the association offered 23: per cent. The speaker Moon RestaurantTho brideelect.Mr. .
bridge and style show the
BEAR"oooooooooop three basic programs the remarked that the very presence Venice Nokomls Woman's Rev. Donls A. Patter. Anderson has asked w ( ,
AARP standard in-hospltal of these stores serves to Club will Tuesday son, Rector of St. Mark's Frederick Skolfield a college
present on
which substantially reduce the cost friend from Gainesville to 1
oooopc protection plan, proTHERE Jan. 19 for the benefitof Episcopal Church, was the
of ,drugs in regular stores, ushers Coral joyfully...
the Venice Hospital.The speaker aided by the St. be his best man and the d" ;
particularly those in communities Mark's Junior Choir in the will be Eric Walter Schneider Oirlstmoi/ hhire. J
IS NO LOVELIER WAY TO THANK with a large senior event will be held at singing of Christmas Carols. of Venice, Jon Bixby AH His bed A
citizen population. He also the Venice Gardens Recreation I Harden, of Rochester, N. Y., i
the subjects touch. to end
OD FOR YOUR SIGHT THAN BY GIVING pointed out that members of Center beginning at ed Among by the speaker was and Venice and Terrence I yw yowj. I
the AARP can purchase a 12:30: p.m. Fashions shown upon Kasper of Chicago, Ill., a UNION
HELPING IN THE DARKI"Htltn the origin of the Nativityscene
i Nestlewood
nationally known hearing aid will be from The the Christmas cousin of the brideelect.Following FINANCE CO. .
Keller at one-third less than retail Shop on West Venice Avenue. pageant the ceremony
Christmas After Jan. I
candles, holly
Donate your eyes to the price. Miss Anne Lothman has wreaths and bells, and theChristmas there will be a reception dinner SEABOARD FINANCE 3 ..
been ticket CO. '
Next he outlined the travel appointed tree. and dancing at the Col.
VENICE BRANCH EYE BANK service afforded AARP members In closing, the Rev. Mr. ony Beach Resort on Longboat 233 W. Venice Ave. Ph: 488-1302 rs .
stating that the first In charge of the sandwich Patterson summed his Key Sarasota. .
Sponsored by year only 600 people participated luncheon are Mrs. Hilton J. talk In these words up The bride-elect attended r'Simt '
VENICE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY VOLUNTEERS which in 1963. 4000 Ridlon, Mrs. Frank Raeburn "May the scene of: Christ's Venice Junior and Senior

VENICE AREA NOON LIONS CLUB members took part in trips and Mrs. J. Carrol Loughlin. birth bring joy to :your heart High Schools and is now a f fM
all over the world. He said Mrs. Margaret S. Busbey and tonight; student at the University of -
members enjoy "spectacular Mrs. Maurice Marr are "May the Little Town of Tennessee in Knoxville. She
savings on these jaunts" serving on the arrangements Bethlehem reach out to Is a member of the Venice
? Gardner said the $2 annual committee. Mrs Frank Bur and make your Christmasmore you Yacht Club the Debutant : Jt
Are You A GOOD Dancing Partner national dues entitled members ton is chairman of hostesses, meaningful "

ARE YOU FUN TO DANCE WITH to six: Issues of Modern to be announced at a later May the Christ; Child can- 1Ie..r. I ",

Why not take advantage of our . I Maturity a magazine aimed date. die be ever lit In your own Two RenamedTo sod lit
CHRISTMAS OFFER . for yourself, I at this particular age group, The luncheon will be served hearts; d sk,.da. sw '
issues of
well six
delightful gift. . "Complete as as a by members of the Junior "May the Christmas bells .. row "-to I
or M a Includes newsletter published in Wash Section of the Woman's Club ring out joy and gladnessever E'wood Body ". .. ..... r
program *: ington. under the direction of Mrs. for you In this year to a..w.. .
I Private 4 Group and 4 Social Then, Mrs. Hahn told of the Robert W. Hardee Junior come; TALLAHASSEE Secretary leY. fI f-

Lessens for .. .",. . $32. activities of the Sarasota chairman "And may the Christmastree of State Tom Adams today ,.;"
Teens i Children's Special Chapter, stating that the ever remind you of the announced the re-com RAWLES FUNERAL HOME t:'

24 Lessons for . .. .. ...$30 AARP was primarily a service It Is not necessary to oil 'Word made flesh'; the light missioning of Harvey H.
and not intendedto
? group molds that to hold a gelatin which 225 W. Miami Ave.
are comes Into the world; Brandenburg and Harry R. ?i r
FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO interfere with the activities mixture; the oiling does may It ever point heaven. Johnson members of the governing
of such social groups as not help in removing the set ward and may yours truly bea board, Englewood J
OvtrlooUng Soratofo toy & rW the Senior Citizens. She said dessert or salad. blessed Christmas." Street Lighting District.
233 Gulfcfreai Ave. 9SI-6750ptll 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. the Sarasota chapter was organized
AAa R. Gordon Licensee Member Sarasota C. of C. three :yean ago and "'
now has a membership of MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH (
600. Mrs Hahn cited the fellowship \ .
-0' aoa0 group and the advantage of "<
.0 0 e coming together to discuss Civirt your mobili hunt. porioiil propirty. sad pirionil liability. Coven lens soused by ? CW b W
common problems. Her chapter fir., lightning, wlnditirm, bail, ploiiin.. ri.t I civil Mmmitlin. filling ilrcnft, nhlcli. ;
she said, has a legislation tmiki. ...d.Ii,,,, t miliciout mluhiif. !l!!!. falling .bj.cts, water damage. from plumbing. ] orhitting
o chairman, whose duty It ytttmt blowing up .( waist biitir, glass br....,.. fading and electrical dimigoI rr'
a Is to bring to the members all ,,11. (
CHRISTMAS G a Information on national legislation ACKA I RATIS INSIDI CITY 01 IM ADJOINING PAIRS
TO ALLI which affects the older Co* 'h tlightly kignw. eettU .f flr. proMctloa.NOTEl -

person. .OIILI NOMI. CAR.POsTi, /
Waite in his talk, emphasized CA5ANA ITC. S 4.000 S 6.000 S .000 S1UOG
the benefits derived In
G a "stretching the retired Income CONTENTS 1.200 1.100 2,400 1,000LIA5ILITY for consultation phone }I.
0a dollar.' 'Ha told how in 10.000 10,000, 21.000 10.000 venice 488-5812 or 488-6385 11,
Sarasota one merchant In COST PER YEAR .57. Se 79 $01 v

each classification! is sought This policy hit NO DEDUCTIUE. 'It provldn "fin doll,," loving for clilmt frommy
to sell to members at a dis sau,.. liitid shave Wi idui'| claim promptly and. issue claim shacks right la our
V* are the E.clu. .. .,... fen this Iniyrince lompiny. .In the Vinleo Area FOR
count. He said there are YOU !
If IfI
about 20 such merchants In el. c' 111 W. Venka AYS.
Sarasota cooperating with the TlL.48I-2289

group and gave as examples I

a 40 per cent discount available AMerry i i

on premium tires and a CIristmasi :

C 25 per cent discount availableon .

cent regular discount tires on paint; a'';29 a per 10 DID YOU KNOW THAT G & G METALSHAS FOR jI' i

19.'ve good wishes galore for everyone per cent discount on eye.glasses' ''WISH I HAD A. e"
and told of a wholesale THE LARGEST STOCK OF ALUMINUM AND SHAPES AND j ,.tli
at ChJlitmai! And if our wlihes come hue I

you'll enoy| .the merrleif holiday season ever. outlet concern where FACILITIES TO FABRICATE AND WELD ALUMINUM IN SOUTH LITTLE PROFFIT
savings of IS per cent to 60 ,

PHARMACIES The next meeting ol the I P

Venice group is slated for 2237 S..TRAIL PH 488-3048 or 488.5714 SOUTH VENICE L M. PROFFIT INSURANCE ,
231 I W. Venice Ave. P" 4"-J2{
Venice M.dlcal.een.. ph. Friday Jan. 15 at the civic I, PA Box 24, LAUREL FLA. PH. 48-483 )
center: \ c

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Venice Gardens News Welfare HomeResidents r Adult Classes List CoursesAdults I MERRY

'ti See and eut-of-school slip covers at Osprey and art
i,i youths interested In in January, Bishop clothing, CHRISTMAS .
By AILEEN GERDT3 In the evening enr01lln'I beginning and intermediateat
11, ; i
Venice DancersOver school In the Sarasota or Laurel School.Scheduled I Day the., light of "the'
'{, i;;; Walter and Florence Gels- of Chicago. The Hartzogs are Jersey City, N. J., as a guest. Venice area are requested by at the Booker I Star ever guide t
x i ser of Pomelo Drive have comparatively newcomers to -o- 30 youthful dancers, the Community School office High School center, American ,.
;t; I: I just returned from Delray the Gardens. In talking with The Charles Chamberlain. students of the Byron Schoolof for an Interview i nd the completion History, typing, clothing 'j| and Inspire us l
4 :' Beach where they visited Mr. HarUog; we discover of Gardenia Road are expecting Dance of Venice presented of an application Entrance and review classes' In English n our daily Jive*. '
; :I'' with old friends from Rochester that he has a very unusual, Mr. and Mrs. Robert a special holiday program requirements must be history, science, and
", !I' j N. Y. Dr. Stewart hobby, that of \ exotic Troesch from Milford, Mich, yesterday afternoon for real.dents established well In advanceof mathematics and social studies .
l I !tr; Gibb and Dr.: Edward Hoffman pheasants for display i ; zoos for the holidays. This will bea of the Sarasota Welfare the beginning date of will begin.
I I' j Mr and Mrs Fred' In fact, he has supplied some second honeymoon for the Home, in Sarasota school, Jan. 29. Transcripts of Business courses In shorthand '
: ;" Hawkins of Dayton, Ohio, will of the birds for our local young couple who were married The students, who range in credits from 'other schools bookkeeping, typing as 9
' be I Floridaland. and Mrs age from six years to Junior must be on hand before
I' .; 'I guests of the Ceissers over Mr. this past June. well as the regular high
school direct.
I, the holiday season Hartzog come from Miles, -o- high are course for the coming year school courses in history,
::1 Mich. Mr and Mrs. Franklin Leet ed by Myrtle in Byron Llcbel.. can be scheduled. English, science, and mathematics a Jm TV
1 danced the Infirmary
I h, } l I"I, -0I -- of 338 Shamrock Blvd., have They for the entertainment of Any adult who has been unable will be meeting at the (IRc.lau .
-oIt as their house guest Rick Sere to complete School.In
Dr. and Mrs O'Keefe are Sarasota High
the bedridden and the main
"' I expecting Julie's sister and viss. This young man comes was put on in thehome' through the eighth grade. addition to the above SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH VENICE-PH. < II' Is off to the cold of Indi program by appointment, schedule
I brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs from Elmira, N. Y, and we may
} ana Fort Wayne to be ex- dining and recreationroom. grade test courses re-registration in
be delighted a placement LETTER PRICES ANYWHEREINO
he will NO
are sure
1 Patrick C. Smith, from Men- jy.
j Paul ., real estate
wl act for Mr. and Mrs at the Community School of bridge millinery
with the In the weath
I asha, Wis, to be their change St
t b :A I j guests Trier of 1616 Alton Rd. There floe and through satisfactory appraisal and fundamentals Km SERVICE/ ANYWHEREI X
i\ 1 over Christmas The Smiths'two they will visit with their son -0- American wheat provide completion of this exam, be I will be accepted the tint and WHY GO ELSEWHERE _*J
Michael and
: : sons Pat II
I will be with them. Bill and his family for Merry Christmas to one an additional 5 bllllon'loaveaof qualified to enroll for credit second week of January.
:1 Christmas.The and all from your Gardens bread a year for the people courses in the Adult School
: 'j ,; -oI' reporter, Aileen of India. program.
Classes scheduled to be
: '. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rash
held at the Venice Center the SEE
of 348 Shamrock Blvd. Ladles Bridge of '\\fI,"'
are group 6L
+ii : had F 4' second semester are English,
getting ready for a visit ,the recreation center -'r mathematics, science, Amer-
I. : g from their son Jim and his seven tables In play for their 'f: lean history, typing, shorthand
I family. There will be five Christmas party last week. ,
bookkeeping, general
I' young people from 14 to 8 Due to the holidays there education, clothing construction .
:, making things lively from will not be any bridge for ,, upholstery, beginning
i I weeks, but do
Christmas to New Years. the next two and Intermediate Spanish. In-
: Things are really buzzing come out on January 7th for tereated should JoonIalManr
persons con-
j there. the first meeting of the new tact the Community Schoolor
,: -oII year .
h l Venice High School for additional
!I. a Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hartrog -0- information.
I I I of 1718 Cambridge I Dr. will Other classes In the South
i I't C have as their holiday visitors Mrs. Fred Bridges of 448 County area are upholstery
t Mr. and Mrs. Place and fam Hazelwood Rd has had her at Englewood; draperies and
.. :.f fly from Oak Lawn, a suburb cousin Mrs Edith Kook oft

. Ii: I i'' I ,, I 4-The GONDOLIER Venice Fla. Thurs.. Dec. 24, 19641 > ) BEFORE YOU DECIDE!


f 'J"I i i; 1'1; YOU CAN SAVE WAYS : Everything's here now for your pleasure. Swimming Pool-Picnic Area.

: 3 ..I'; ;I Recreation Hall-Shufflaboard

i J I IIt j t On Auto Insurance l Rentals ftesMcrW to Adults' Only/ No ,.,.

t ,';1. I. LOW RATES iI'IIi q DIRECTIONS Go East on Venice Ave. Turn Left at East Gate to Colonial Manor

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116 W. Venice Avenue : ..j ;1// ",
Telephone: 4882289MERRY ..
... ..1h.\'" Babe's PlumbingCo.

I ., Inc.
I A MERRIER CHRISTMAS for needy families of the Venice
Ii i area is in prospect again this year through the generosity of I 488.2402 488-5282
.? Venice High School students. VHS Principal John Davis turns Radio Equipped Trucks

I'i over canned goods donated by the students to Police Chief P.O. Box 454, Nokomis
; John Shockey for distribution. e
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I ? WOLFER MOTORS, INC. r- :Ehcq ?Ladcs (14 Sam

f 915 S. TRAIL Ph. 488-3965

We will be closed Christmas Day, Saturday and Sundayto

give our employees a most enjoyable holiday with

their families. GHOST TOWN

: Thank yea lor your posf endirfvre per/merge.. r
Wildest West In the Southl! Real shoot-em upsl Can-Can Girls dancing to the
rinkle-tinkl. piano/ 'In the Golden Nugget Salon. Take the at cart ride.


Flortdaland's/ Showmen of the Sea give you the most unusual Porpoise show you've
ever seen. Feed the See Lions. Enjoy( a cruise on the Harbor Queen a tternwheel
river boat.


BRING R THEFAMILY Hand-feed, pet and photograph tame oW ,- ONE
no fences, lust you and the deer. Look up and
y I I'H Ii see the characters on Billy-Geat Mountain. ADMISSIONPRICE
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FABULOUSFLORIDALAND Tour trains take you everywhere through Fabulous, Showi
i Floridaland'i/ Fun-Packed 50 acre. *. Very little Western Town *
walking./ Western' Town
Canaan Girl/ Show
When the Holiday Seam rolls Porpoise Shows

'roam, it gives us real satisfaction INDIAN VILLAGE Indian Village

'H t be able to say "Merry Omieboas"and"ManyThanlu"to OVER Here Is the mest fascinating' and ,authentic/ Indian/ Whisky Tour Train Still:
Village In the state Real Seminoles/ I priceless/ GardenDeer
all our friend. '
museum and Trading Post. Park
The holiday season Is here . Hope your Day is a happy one! THE Billy-Goat Mount*!*

I and in the midst of all the merry 40 Acres of f Gardens Sea UOM

tasking, we'd like extend bert
Nearly 200 flowers and shrubs CHILDREN 55
wishes and greetings to our friend, VENICE-NOKOlVnSBANK make Flo i beauGardens end walkways beau

1 tiful sight to behold ADULT


300 S. TRAIL PH 488-4351 THE DAYI! chndnn-----' ::

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Open bowling on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. IV TO'SUNSETpTL
"Sarmofa County' Older/ tank" OPEN ,EVERYDAY CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROr.f9 9

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IT). &ONPOUER. Vtnte: fit. Tnurt, Dee 24. 1944-7 E'wood Singer With Chorus ,
It +se 4
pI. t;,

kWlDrs" ITHICA NT. Y.-Mr*. Elise! Glee Club and later choral ,I ,
Alston Sheppard of Engle director of television's Tele. I I\

wood. Fla., Is a member of phone Hour. The program '
CLASSIFIED the Ithaca College Chorus of was given In the auditoriumof '
I. ADS I 80 voice *hlch combined the new Music Building. I !

with the College Choir of 31 Mrs Sheppard. a Junior in ,

in presenting a Chrlitma the School of Music Is the I S

Chanukah program The con daughter of Mr. and Mr. Xn.
I'' ductor WM Don Craig, professor
CLASSIFIED, ADS of music and George 1. Alston of 11 .g:
Real Estate Business formerly: ''f \
Personals Situation Wanted
conductor of the Fred Waring log St., Englewood. I


12-Word MinimumONE duPle Seagrepe Road, 8 single or Tax State-Federal Wage charge children any Termites? Ants? I'I :

Brlarwood Road, on Reports, Personal Typing, age With or without light \ ,
lake. Td1r Roaches? Rats?
Sacrifice '
INSERTION8c 488- 038.P. your home Champion typist housekeeping or baby sitting.

30 years experience NominalFee. Excellent references Call FREE INSPECTION I i ,
II. A.
Per Word FROM $100 DOWN Charles Z. Nelm. 1762 evenings. 488-1662. '0T tOTe' ESTIMATE I
Banyan Drive, Venice, Fla. ,
low a* $45 month Phone 4884254. Help WantedREAL

CHIPS JOHNSON, Realtor Teltphone TOX-EOL- ) :}
Broker for Venice

S08 W. Venice Ave. SHEPARD needed. Kathleen Wilkinson Radio Dispatched ." .
70c Each Phone 488-2241 LUMBER CO. teaches W* sponsor or hire. 5 I :,
Our Customers
Enroll now for next class at

5e Each Addition! Word 5 ACRES VENICE FARM 1003 N. Wtihlngfon Blvd. John E. McLaury Realtor, 488-4488 are ALL V.I.P.'ELECTRICATl. '
262 South Tamiaml Trail Ph.
ROAD, cleared, well good Sarasota 488-5551 or 488-5698. rprtin suse.
water, $5,800. Call 488-2790 ale call I

ill-Cat tnw In rlwrt.that . ter (:.30 p.m. .
to" Ante ELLIOTT PAUL YOUNG MAN to work in '
la m .l an. o* II M._ + .a arrow seal
JBH too -.u.. N -- for plant regenerating water *
Itor' aaok luaarlaa. taamftor.arrlao SOUTH VENICE Property. ROOF softener. Year around .1 ksJ'/J'31pIidy /. ea,
: .her.f U oania b by TRUSSES

w..fop.ham.a VSPUGS.r.. ark....O.. treet,owner.high and 120x100 dry Between, paved Alum. Windows ft Door work. Opportunity, Contact for Mr. advancement R.Lemnitrer . Roy'sSporting !.:

Gulf and highway Attractive Contract Roofing & Painting 8:30.4:30: : at 261 Goods Gulf Restaurant

residences nearby. Good buy. Phone 483-2132 Venice So. Trail., Venice CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE
Call collect 835-0887, Sara. 220 Miami Avenue
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY sots. 303 W. Venice! Ave.

One Edition, per Inch. .$3.OC Misc. For Sale Mobile Homes Roy, L.ele, Tom, Helen CLOSED XMAS DAY LIGHTING SUPPLIES

loth Editions per Inch. $3.50 Rentals and GUJyt I


APARTMENTS. Season or Fuel oil deliveries. S&H Ball S. CockrIII Streets Phone 488-4774!
LINER ADS year. Centrally located. For Green Stamps Standard at .
Information contact Lll at Heating Service. Across from DON It ROBBIE (Ofe"1'Coristmas\ ,
$1.30 Lillian's, 207 W. Venice Ave, fire Station 4884052. MOBILE,HOMES It

or call 4882525. 809 S. Tamiaml Trail.VENICE ,

GRAFLEX 3V4 by 4Vt, Se. (

or Vnlat.UNrilRMOHED." lhaotirol aoactna IIABC Oft qI154..d BUT, rles D, f4.S Tessar lens 4 Ph. 488-3414 l

ADJUSTMENT CALL, LOU JACOBS. MS-IMf holder, 2 film pack adapters, The Finest In Mobil Homes <\
case, Instruction book .$45. 4 aadaes sad el ale leave

|eqg"Ta for cancellation . 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT Sam Dillon The GONDO- 28-FT. MODERN TRAILER. 7 wWeei.ea

or djuitmen b.'uM of error furnished. On Venice beach. LIER. Phone 4881351.
mutt be made for Thursday Season Call between 10 a.m. kolldoT Maaoo tan W ft* .,, :

and S p.m., 488-2898. .
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m USED TV, port., table, console LegalsIN to
,7 us.
on Monday. For Sunday GONDOLIER ON THE BEACH at Casey $25 up. 100 TVs to eld laableae4 ta4s asr -..: v

BEFORE. S p.m. OPlliuriday. Key, 1 and 2 bedroom choose from. Many with new I THE: COUNT JUDGES COURT $ :
apartments Seasonal. Call set guarantee Open 'till 10 IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY r SOUTH VENICE LIQUORS

Phone 488.3125 Don Heath 4882151 or 488- pm. OPP. Theatre Alpha IN UK.FLORIDA. ESTATE IN OF PROBATE SOUTH VENICE SHOPPING CENTER v DRIVE A
8688. Music and Appliance.LARGE HARRISON M. REEVE
I bornuad Probate Vila N. fen [Ju.t South of Cyro'l) I
Houses For Sale pool. For sale or rent. 100 HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS NEW CAR
Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph controls, $25; Florence You aro kcrabir notlfM and rant'
SPACIOUS 488-5698 oil heater 4l inch ,J to M. >nr tlilm. or ttmtjit whloh Member Chamber, of Commerce !
$15 Attic
; 'v' uainit E.UU of
2 Bedroom home in fine fan with shutters, cost $125, 'larlO M. Vt.UmtMd, .
I@ctlon. Close to town. HM ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCY i Ut. of DilmM .a, In thofflet RENTAl
price $40 Ph. 474-1477. of Hon, l Nt7T. GRAHAM B & W Auto Repair] : .
mother In lairapartment I
separate Apt. Heated pool. W. VenIce Saraaot Cotintr J.w., !In tht County .. .
Beautiful landscaping Ave. Week or month. 488- Court Haw at Baroota, Florida, -
SHRINE PIN. 7 diamonds within il, oaUndar month. from tb. MODERN EQUIPMENT
with fruit tree .
. 3681. let in platinum. Cost $125 llau Notlr.of. the tint publication of till EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE I

BEACH PARK 2 HOUSES for rent or sale. sell $35. Ph. Venice 4884832. fcarh tj elalra end In or duplleaMl damand' unit ahall DO atat In ALIGNMENT & WHEEL I LEASE RENT 1 1e

2 Homeiitei. Centrally lo- 728 Serata. Ph. 488-5331. WURLITZER SIDEMAN for the, ples of ra>Idws and pot of BALANCE or
t. addraai of th.
Claimant' ball
cated, good elevation. ORGAN, hardly used. $200. bo iwont to by UM Claimant. all ENGINE TUNE UP ft.
$3,000..cht ONE! THREE Phone 4882815. wont or attomnrl"" halt bo aoampanM -
TWO room
t t by a 11.71 flltni to. aodanr OVERHAUL
furnished Apts, Venice, aiKh olalm or demand mot ao
FRANK C. RAEBURN. from Pianos_ moll ahall .. Told. The flljw fa war AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE .,
$40 monthly up. Walk to .. added to too amount of the ."Im..nd .
Realtor town and beach. Call 4742569. Steinway Knabe Everett claim form mar be obtalud from TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1 Rent-A-Car
2JJ W. Venice Ave. George Steck. Winter. Cable UM County Judni .111 a.

Phone 488-WOO or 488-2849 Nelson Fayette S. Cable .HILA a Anelllarr BETH COX.Admlnlatratrb.e 629 E. Venice! Av*. ph. 488-3502
Hallett & Davis la. of Ui. Eo..... ofHarriaon 21 SS. TRAIL PH. 488-4541
home Private dock on Myakka II K..... --.. ALL WORK GUARANTEED-
COMPLETELY FURNISHED River. $100 monthly. Ph. Musette Players Atbmart BLAIR AND DEAN,
Pianola players "' N_. t-
2 bedroom home, South Thomas Bait Ranch 4884760. f. ara Sea 1671. a
-Organs- 'U
Venice, near. e Trail. $9,991. UNFURNISHED DUPLEX in Allen Lowrey I Fuolbkt'' Doa It.Florida 17. II., as. 1M4. WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. I

488-31U. ,REBUILT RECONDITION. MisrnNO: S. UmUml Trail 488-3965-481-6150
near beach, big rooms plus II NoUoi k firm that W. an-
seal Itoraboldara' abotltr of th.
mild apartment.. .$28,500. I ROOM air conditioned efficiency. I PIANOS AND Flrat KaLonal Bank of VonlM for SPECIALIST IN. . t
a Yearly or Masonsi. th. roar IMt will bo ,.Id oa Mss ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT / t I tla
I BEDROOM:) HOME I dar Jaraarr 11, 1MI .la the main r
very Adults. Two fifty-one Nss- I FROM $125. lobby oI'i.FIRS National Bank of C Brake Repel, 0 Ubrle* CfcaulsAdfiw a

((12,000.close to Low Shopping taxes. Centers nail (comer Fensscols). :'''Florida's Largest Music Co. I Vonloa rxiraoao of. .._at _I too...T.M.Board. fortho of Pram Ens) ABd.rwst 01 a-,. I II

. a 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT i CANNON MUSIC CO. ,Dlroston otaor for taafcim lees, M and a ar to OHM tranoMtwk ... v Ff AM DM! o-t.a.I I e HWIIqMi hems

BEACH PARK Beautiful 2 furnished. 10 minute walkto 1M1 1st St., I II ton IkomFIRST C Wheel 8eldncitq e Electrical l Repent'
bedroom home Itt baths beach and stores. Phone I Opp. Florida Theatre OF VENICE. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand
Open Thurs. & Fit till 9 p.m. Ryt Morlo braarr,
Florida room central heat 468-3872. Phone 958-1019 Vleo PraaMtnt and; ('....1.. C Radio Repairs Card Trtncmlnlon Repair ... II _
.nd air conditioning, reduce Poblbbi D... 17, 14. IU lads, I I I'hnld a.
and Installation
FURNISHED 3 BEDROOM Alreondittontnq Repairs
ed to $14,000.BEACH Jan 7, 1MB _
e e duplex excellent location. Auto For Sale IN THE COUNTY lUDG'S!!: COURT
Close to beach and shopping.
PARK 3 bedroom
i Adult Available Jan. lit.Phone FLORIDA IN PROBATS I
2 bath home fireplace 1964 FORD GALAXIE "500," Ilf RR ESTATE OFLOUIES
(U.200. 1 427 Engine, 2-door hard top, 0/"/" LOUISE CAHILL MATE
. .
FURNISHED 4 on the floor radio beater. La-d. Pwb.ia' ru. N.._ Sincere SAVE TIME Built from .ctory-med.
NEARLY NEW 3 bedroom, 3 1 2 bedroom home on Blue. 9,000 miles. Excellent TO ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CREDITORS AND PER. MONEY standard component. '
bath, home, very central Nokomis Ave. Available for condition. $2,700. Phone 474- SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR IIJI' ,

mall cash payment, no closing -i the ....on. References ex 1613, Englewood. HANDS YM aro AGAINST harobr notlflod SAID I and ESTATE romilr* MATERIAL, Pre-engln.d to go up
sacrifice price. changed. Byron Markle, ad to (II. amp . . Realtor. Phone 4884706. 1964 CHEVY 2 station wagon, ytm LOUIBB mir; SNYDER havo I;! Eitato DMnuoil of, Is Wish s'is LABOR feat, In days, not months

NEAR HARBOR DRIVE 3 6 cylinder: heater luggage .hto of Saraaota County. Florida In ,
bedroom home plus a com- 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE on rack, white. Guaranteed. HAH. offleo BaraaoU of H.Conntr.... JOHN lo....T.. In OR tht A- a i sit and get Durable quality to cut upkeep

plea) very Urge mother-in- Casey Key. By season, $600 $1,950. Phone 488-4212, Noko- Coantr Court Hoaoo at Swear Floe THE "CUSTOM" costs. year In year one :
.. I
law apt Price dropped to (yr. round). Ph. 488-5019. tnis. Ida wltnln th oatondar Montha fromtho r wbk Mae
dato of Iko drat MbHeattM) dfor ,
IOMO. I FOR RENT i- One bedroom N.uaaloch. a wr oa Ise yssa BUILDING I I Attractive designs for any
e I claim GO .
Apt. FurnUhed. Near Nokomis Boats For : and a, dupllasei .ban .eta CkrWain ioj>pN a YOU NEED I iii, vary need
MANOR. Large tho plaot of mldannoaddroai .ad pas aims
home 2 big bedrooms, Beach. Good fishing. SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. of a-. Claimant .kail ko RONALD V. ARONE
Call 488-I27. ._. .. br tho Claim ant kla avont
Florida room big kitchen. length 8-ft. beam. Pinto- or .,Iom.", .h.n .. aaampanld by
a 51,75 tlline Ica. ..d an w0 el.iaa Remitter! Real Estate Broker V
Lovely home for only 18,000... ONE ROOM Valvo engine. Tunnel stern. demand not ao fllrd I aball bo wrid.:
. the seston, on the Trail.Phone AU flberglassed. Hardtop. The flllnf I foe mar b. addrd to tb.Yawat.f 501 Villas Dr, Venice Phone 488-414J (

BYRON MARKLE. Realtor, 4881224.FURNISHED Draft 1 -1n. Wonderful for bay bo obtained rim from. and the tlalm Ooontr, formt l.d.mar... 3 G&G METALS

_Phone 468-4708 and gulf. Lots of room for ofJIea.LOUTS ,
1 BEDROOM chair. and fishing tackle. LARRY MATE Authorized Dealer t'
red's. hatll1ll ....... ..U-...... Duplex. Seasonal or by Controlled both forward and 01 ai Eiomtor Snrder of the MayA EitatoLoulaa FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN Phones: 488.3048.488.5784 a

CAW IAIOAIN .. LAST TUMLCALL year.. Nokomls. Call 488-3812. 'aft. $995. Phone 488-3157. ERADPPORDSMITE .
t11 W. MI..I Ave
NEW 14-ft "GULF LINER" Venloe, Florida' ,
week. Outside entrance. Nokomls Attomrr for ExtcotorPnblUht f \
BOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. 1 DeLuxe Fiberglass Fishing .
Dace IT, K II. UM
488 3912.
Buy for balance of mort- area. Phone Boat, 1969 Model Evlnrude 5 l... 7. 1118 :

fags and small down pay. MODERN FURNISHED four H.P. "Angler" outboard mo- DISTINCTIVE LARGER : ?

Runt pay balance a* rent. room, bath garage, on tor. 14-ft. Murray Boat Trail

OU W-1321.heating automatic. TeL ,$85 one air conditioning.acre month.lot Central Adults.Venice beat Yearly area.and '!er.5069.For information call 488-. IMMEDIATEoccupANCY Real Estate Cornert.f; I

1 BEDROOM ] Baths, near bails. P. O. Box 1303. Venice. 1962 MODEL. 20-ft. OUTBOARD
best otter
Gulf By appointment lit $375 or
Gulf fit.. Venice.ATTRACTIVE Wanted To Rent Phone 488-5019 after II

furnished. Near beach and
< ice. Furnished house. 2 or And In need of a 4-boYoom2- home Living room,

Cti WIIdeal U Incom property. 3 bedrooms, in quiet neigh 2 BR.. 2 BATH H. dining room, kitchen, 2 fireplace On paved attest near r..
owner Sarasota US- N. W/mmers/ Reolfor
4586. borhood by discriminating, Scandinavian ichool, church and .hopping at low price of $5,000. !
Write B.B., Box: COOK o
NEW HOME 748 quiet, Venice.WANTEDONE. or German preferably -' CENTRAL HEAT & REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ChoIce Venice Garden lot clot to Trail . $1,800.For {

Beet Qat*. 3 Br.. Itt 'BED-ROOM Reference, for small required.household., Top AIR CONDITIONED Agent for WWctarn ,Union Tl.?"phMonJ Rent, 3 room Apt. $100 month for winter ,

w.sher Baths New and dryer refrigerator Completely apartment, !fairly new, for wages Call P.m.48S G. -E. KITCHENS .y thru FrKhv' 4 .. 5| S turdy; to I l HAZEL I. CONN
1969 around 1010.
veil draped. Large lot, $300 monthly to reponIbl GARAGELANDSCAPED I aia RCAL MTATI BBOUB MU DUNN l..t TlTAHIAKI I

CALL Drubbed.44ju 408-4730 couple. P. R. Olin, c'o Box MORE TUPPERWARE I HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TRAIL NOTH Of AIM .... NOKOM1S. IULrBONMl J. 'h
Fla.Business _
278, B-. 4M-I14I ... Ut-Wt4 I
HOUSE FOR SALE. 712 Housewives wishing to add to LOTS II I

Croveland Ave. Looking Personals the family Income, demonstrating r

|let t real bargain Her it attractive, practical CENTRAL WATER ..._ r '
{* Small down and altertUoU money saving TUPPER- DUPLEX FOR SALE
payment Dresimsking, ,
balance WARE. Nationally advertised & SEWER CITY OF VENICE Each his two to
a* rent. AU furnished draperies, ete. Reasonable.43S1U COMPLETELY FURNISHED apartment
New central OU heating, and ol terrific customer acceptance bedrooms, living room, kitchen
and demand. For Many fee/Vet
modern Tel 3 bedrooms. TYPEWRITERS and Adding further information write 3 BEDROOM, }(/, BATHS 2 Bedrooms a Living Room and bath carport,
Machine (chsnlcaJly o> TUPPERWARE P. O. BOX SEE FLA. ROOM, AIR CONDITIONED Kitchen Dinette Tile Beth completely !Rent 4

Lots For Sale I crated) Chemically cleaned.Uke i HIM, St. Petersburg or call Tcrraao Floors a $8,500. at $75 per month. Make* r,

..w. Just $12.M plus\ 3H-U31. $2.200 Dews $900 yearly Incom Sell
C F FI HANCOCKGULF for $15.500
THuu If rId. Ail make
: LOTS FOR 8ALE- part reql 'SPARE TIME: earnings sewing ,
Venice Area South Unit No. Venice) Stationers, 311 *, I aprons, material fur GULF REALTY MARTIN' 8. STANCHUALTOB
W717 18718, 18710MWL Venice Av*>. 48W111 nlshed ready cut. Write box CONST.:' CO. FRANK ,C. RAEBURN .

$CII' Write Box 27. Role RUBBER STAMPS made to '1(41, Winston Salem N. C. VENICE EAST REALTOR Wm. P. Tool, Reg. Broker ass v '.tee cawh -
!. Michigan enclose stamped self- I
erder Overnight serviceOffice or I Please addressed envelope or IDc U.S. 41 South' of' Venice! 251 W. Venice Ave Phone 418-1WO-4S8-2649 216 S. Trail Ph. 4884738 4Ma441 ul n"
e'mcs' personal, pocket
I ,
.alJ' rN.'m: .
O.MLi, jg1D JACOB. 4MMf stock. 488-1433, i coin for reply. *

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N' .

i GONDOLIER, Venice, FIll. Thu", Dec, 24, 1964I Heeden Wins IT WAS HAPPEN BOUND TO '

I'o I .. VE Golf Event last LOUISVILLE call sounded(AP and) passengers The YOUff

,. Gourmets Mark Holiday; Mrs Dolly Hedeen was the were loaded aboarda ., CAn
i 4h
I winner of the weekly blind sleek airliner at Standiford
I '
I n bogey tournament played by Field -.,...
: I Officers Are Honored v ij eMwk' / the ladles of the Venice East Doors were locked and the
I, Golf Club Women's Assn., ramps were wheeled away.A Bill l !'hlW"A
Mrs. Justine Steussy and signal was flashed for the
f The) Christmas dinner officers and committee : Mrs Lucky Severence tied plane to take off but nothing New York driving\ 'roles.
meeting of the Venice Gourmets heads. Receiving s p e cI i al + S at" isp for low gross for the day. happened.The sot says women Juat
t 1 last Wednesday evening mention were Norm Magee Tournament play on Thurs crew was still inside as good driver .. JJJ_ *
proved to be a success with vice-president; Bill Bose, ; day has been suspended until the terminal having coffee they would learn something
12 members and guests attending treasurer Bill Barclay, sec after the holidays. However,, -'r -. -- about how and why tar
the affair held in the retary; Mr. and Mrs Net the free golf clinic will be runs. He said I boys! are
Gourmet Room of Myakka Ingerman and Mr. and Mrs r conducted e a o h Tuesday brought up on mechanical
1 .' Lanes Shafe Shaffer, hosts; Homer ; : : : morning at 0:30. things, girls develop a can
In a switch from the tra Johnson and Harold Hayes, GAEETIMGSat interest late, and a "e r
ditional turkey and all the table settings; Earl Wright, catch up. Moat women need
1 trimmings, an Italian dinner serving and Norm Patton, ha/, a good course in basic
4 was served featuring chicken historian and publicity.He T ff ay ; Jay unconfined, hope mechanical functions and auto rs
i cacciatori, spaghetti, chianti paid tribute to Jim Ka ,;J p n rruesfralned..cur quirementa.
wine, an antipasto salad, hot lee, who in addition to doinga r Gsdstmes wish fee yule. Twenty-eight states in,
,, coconut creme pie and coffee superb job of planning, a'r s have seat belt laws wqulni,
I au last purchasing and supervisingthe belts in both front seats i ill
During the evening, the retiring preparation of foods, E ; new cars sold. The next
IJ : major-domo, Bill Court doubled as club photographer \ i may be to install anchor bolts step
y :1 I gave credit for the club's reOp00000 for rear seat belts Sounds
most successful year to the In a surprise presentation, ; good.

_.___uu,__ _. .. ._._._._ Kalec received a white mess mCj Fog time again Remember
-ak jacket and a standing ova > to slow down and
: stay well
: II ; tion. Kalec in his thank-you, OfFER1WC to the right. Use your win*.
;t. expressed his appreciation to ; )/4TJsFAcIQ shield wipers and defroster
I 1:1 I \; .... his assistants, Dr, Harry Inside. Keep your headlight
'T' .J: I
t ; .t 'i r as. 1r slow or stop pump
: : The next surprise the :
k was brakes
e .o. of so your stop light wu
'Jf presentation of a red mess .. .. flash,
-- warning others behind
{ , ./: .1\::4H " .. 1.. jacket to Court by Al Words- iL
I ." trum, 1963 major-domo He SOUTH COUNTIANS .' ed hundreds of Higel, left, and Mrs Marie Wilkinson, right, you
Specialists Yea,
i t said the gift was made in question and many of them requested application !s', are shown getting some answers from Instructor we her
: j I recognition of Court's "out for the Sarasota Community School Florence Waycatter, R.N., second from Venice at are specialists FORD in in
; c 0 I 0' ,I standing leadership." I Practical 1 Nursing Program when an instructorand left, and Mrs. Vel Runyan, a program student care We have the trained car

\I... I Guests of honor introduced the program secretary, Mrs. Guy Rosa who graduates In February. The new class men to do repair, and regular .
Included Mrs. Fred Hohman, set up a booth In Venice Hospital Monday.Two begins that month. 0 service work on your car
f..I F Mrs. Kenny Styera and Mrs. prospective applicants, Mrs. George r 0 0 regardless of the make. Whenever
I 0 your car needs serviceor
Dan Mahoney. recog- tlumt infXefomru
repair bring back
nized were Mr and Mrs. to BILL PHILLIPS FORD
: IV fflCill1Ja Alonzo Paige, Elbert John- The Three Wise MenProbably Hef(Tsalojr kt fouri Guess how many states use
son, Mrs F. H. Neel and Albert COMMUNITYFOODS pictures, slogans, mottos or
Nordstrom Jr art work on their auto license
; C% I (Continued from page 1) I Mary did not fully the feet of the Chrlstly Babe 121 N. Tamiaml Trail plates A total of 82
f at Jesus' feet were symbols understand the meaning of and offered their gifts they ==-
I 'r. ':, lt day tt for anenjoyable I of the world; the wealth that all these distinguished men in were about to return to Je 144 E. MIAMI AVE. Venice 488-1065 You're Best Values Are
110IW value its their magnificent robes, but rusalem jn obedience to
with has its true only as (Open Chrlttmat Day)
I bright I Il' GOLF i consecrated to Him, and she must have known they King Herod's request, whenan Found HEREI
Ittjojsof I day of used for the purposes and honestly meant to honor her Angel came to them in a
; Christmas ( ends that He would approve. newborn son, the Messiah of dream and warned them of
i Despite the fact that here the Angel's promise in the Herod's treachery and wicked -
I was a Prince with none of same manner of the shep intentions
5ARASOTAGOLF the pomp and circumstanceof herds.Mary I Obeying the voice of the ALL JIFFY STOPSWILL
CLUB royalty, they knelt before Joseph Rejoice Angel as trustingly as they
McGEE'SBARBER the Christ Child and opened Both she and Joseph must had followed the star, they
Ir GREEN3e00 their treasures and present. have rejoiced at the momentous returned home by another BE OPENChristmas
SHOP : F ed to Him their offerings of destiny promised. We I route. King Herod was de-
1 Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. 'gold, frankinscense and may be sure Mary never forgot feated in his wicked purpose;
142 E. Miami Ave. Venice myrrh." Valuable, though in all the years that followed -!the habitation of the Holy
......... ......,. '" South of Sarasotaill they were in themselves whether in Egypt or Child was still a secret
--I these gifts had a far greater in her own quiet Nazareth,, I DayFrom
- - -
significance, a symbolic any of the strange events that
.r ? meaning far beyond the out- took place in Bethlehem.
ward or apparent meaning.The After the Magi had fulfilledthe rRi
gold was a token of object of their long jour 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
"t.. + 'Royalty . signifying the ney and had worshipped at
roe1L greatness of an earthly King.
Frankincense, a precious 16 ot.DIET. 16 oz.
f 59c
,+. gum from a tree, was the on and off PEPSI COLA ........................... carton of six ........
p chief material used in make
4 4 w tfet log incense, a mixture of gum plus deposit t
and spices, which burns free- the trail
I I' 1} I y with a white flame and
sends up clouds of fragrant
j I smoke. Frankincense was (Continued from page 1)) 4
i 1 t rites of
used in the religious
,>: one, another long and short of
I those days and this gift im
It. Two The RIalto
.:k plied the worship of a heavenly went from one on extremeto -

;;:t( ; King. the other with their Christ-
o Myrrh also a gum from a
trees, J. Sch.weickert
mas Henry -
tree, was used in embalming M
of 916 The Rialto
the dead and preserving
them from, corruption and decay has a beautifully decorated
a symbolic implication outdoor tree which tops the iA
i 20 foot mark while Maurice
that death had no over
power I IIt
Muse of 915 The Rialto has a
''r n,11j11iaA- this newborn Prince. teeny, tiny indoor tree measuring
less than four inches. + :
Actually, Mr. Muse has made see I IUEbEAL
; three miniature scenes, all
I I under glass There is the ba Feac&,1Coos !
UVvCHIPMUNKS by Christmas tree, completewith
minuscule, wrapped Will to All,
I gifts, a scene featuring deer at Cbriettnastide.JERRY'S. _
and the traditional nativity
1 : TO YOU! scene. We understand the
I l ornaments on the baby tree
were put on with tweezers

1 )+ Venetian Cleaners hold.since Now they on were the too other small hand to, SHOE COMFORT SHOP

I tj a big ladder. was Mr. Sch.welckert' Specialist In Arch Support
best friend as he
& Orthopedic Shoes RSAY
: decorated hi. mammothtree
t : I which he built himself 25IS.TrailV.nice488.3450NOW
I r FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY out of lumber and then cover
"j 217 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488+4111A ed with greenery, adding NHS
lights and decorations.
t ,
l ".J"" ';"iI' ,, I1J? -
: T j -- This will certainly be a
memorable month for lovely !
"I{ I .-i ..lI :"i" ,, .. .. AI You'll be the picture of con bride-elect, Jill Green, whose SEASONS
I. 'I marriage to Ray Hines will
t.ntment-if courteous
use our
,I I II you be Saturday. Jill celebratedher G RE ErIN

, r' j : ; So That/ Our Employees May En/oy/ crating moving and packing service.. .Careful. then birthday on Dec. 7, graduated G S

I ; ::1 I '\' li The/ Christmas/ Holidays!, speedy moving to the new ad from the University of rWB
I ;"' if i iI dress. Phone TODAY. Florida on the 18th and now dIift7REEN
; With Their Families the big day. Dec. 26. It's
I I Ir a f THINK OF equally memorable for the

t 4t III THE FOLLOWING soon-to-be groom, who also
r t. 3 graduated on the 18th and the STAMPS

y j I;: !; DOWNTOWN VENICE MERCHANTS very next day was InductedInto

1ri t" I III'II' the U. S. Army Ray's GREEN'S FUELfor
will be
14' mother, Mrs William Ward
a hosted a rehearsal dinner

: i:: ;: CLOSEDSaturday last night at the Ward's homeIn Cooking, Heating, Wafer

I y Venice. Heating, Refrigeration,

;1:' ''J Dec. 26th. :I ___>__ ,_L________.0____.__>_,_____ Motor Ing Fuel and, Air Gas Condition.Lights From our family to yours

I) t f rent car from ECO NO-CAR r- -

l I'Ij't, WESTERN HELENA SHOP AUTO ,1y we got big'cause & H Green 1,200S Stamps with :
;1 jf"1 ;, UNION FINANCE ,1I each new tank Installed during ] {ill 0 I
a THE BOOKSHOP I the month of Decem rrI'

a "J'r THE SHRODE MEN'S JEWELRY SHOP we charge so little ber. .

k SMITH'S DRAPERIES ] f Among the Big" 4" in car rental, ECONO-CAR Is First .
In Savings! Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler-built car
VENICE STATIONERS ff from as little as 3.99...Including, gas and oil, 'Inoue Charles' E. Bruin Geneva Chance Ned I. Cobb Soda HardgraundJulfanne
TAYLOR HARDWARE once, seat belts Call for Inquiry, pickup or delivery


S 5' ROY'S SPORTING GOODS ; .. """ ._....."m..


.l EDGE-VAN JAMES T. BLALOCK ORDSALE AGENCY AGENCY,, INC.INC. < r it; .n..Made Green's FuelOF iJ l .I' >,


McMahon Aloysius M.cNeil Sue Wllla'.rIThe '
4'f ,, 263 S. Trail, Venice
J VENICE SHOPPING CENTER PH. 488.1096 Phone 488-2271

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