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 28, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00263
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Area Betrayed AgainSarasota :/ '



County Commission has the architect's estimates It was explained Nokomis Venice South Venice, Venice Gardens, Venice East Englewood! North'" Port Charlotte' :-
The Laurel ,
have itLn. of this could be taken from Sewing Florida's Coast Osprey
salad off and let South County part excess PRICE 10 CENTS '
time It plunged the stiletto another fund, but It still all comes out VENICE FLORIDA MONDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1964
; This VOL 20, NO. 102 8 PAGES :
.deep) Into the back of the South 40 of the taxpayer's pocket.The .
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tjrthouie branch and welcome station. county commission had earlier disregarded Blasted

In doing 10, the august commissioner North County's arguments against Commission Action

jelled under to a massive, anything- South 40 and decided by e four to one

campaign against the project In vote to go ahead with it. But this timeit

ich JM fact bcam blurred by figures. nil turned Its back on South County and

campaign was waged in them voted three to two to scrap the plans and

orth of County fiscal economy. tart all over. I I ISouth

These talf-annointd protectors of the South Countians are just as economy- Area leaders 'Dismayed'

ipiyir'l' dollar wept copious crocodile minded as North Countless, especiallywhen

srj over the alleged extravagance of it comes to spending their own tax

facility 'o long needed by this are*. money. And they feel economy works in

i cried shameful waste when the costs both directions, north and south, and County one of the fastest developing the proposed building, the
ey cent more than the ar should be based on need, not politic County leaders ex- spokesman for the EnglewoodCivic promised a South County now areas on the Florida commission should have called
me to IS per Assn, who called it "an Courthouse. It appears for new bids on the basis
ittct'i estimate But to them this latest commission pressed consternation and dismay Insult to the people of South that the most we can expectIs West Coast. of the same plans. Instead
; action of the '
the excuse
the
today at office building of sorts, "In opinion
my to
yet these selfsame champions of ecen- action It old hat. If It's something for Sarasota County CommissionIn County." if we an get that much. given by the commission thatit it authorized limit the contractor the facilitiesIn
tear aid not a word, when voting to curtail and again "I am deeply disturbed by Is practicing economy in drastically
my ihed not a North County .even at 38 per cent above Courthouse commission's action in "The building as designed, the proposed building.
taxpayers'money
County of
the
the South
without batting an eye, delay the architect would have the handling "It is not a question of
commission, by
: the building pro.
t estimated cost it's money well-spent. facilities. curtailing is subterfuge
South County, pure the
North in been credit to whether to spend taxpay-
a
time approved a South County of
(he very same the cost If it's something for South County, it's Among them were Mayor gram In have killed It something we could have been "It was not a question of ers' money or to save it.
ounty agricultural auditorium, Smyth D Brohard of Venice fact they may" Brohard said in proud of. It would also have I the square footage costs Rather it is a question of
than squandered who said the commission altogether, designed for the building. If the bids had in
which came to 38 per cent more money statement. I been a building whether it will be spent
construction
"might have killed It altogether" a we've been the future growth of South been too high for Sarasota' County or spent in
"For years
In" ..,... ".., > _.. ......P r, "III and Norman Coulon the City of Sarasota
.... Parking
"""' --- $300,000 For

Lease Throngs by"This Commissioner point was Masel made Hous clear
Draws

angar Floridaland Opening Day needed ton's statement the extra that$100 thousand they .,

for parking space for the

Prospectproposal The Golden Nugget Saloon, 'once back to the wild 50s Sarasota County Courthouse

the state's and Robert Corbin, perform. Next to the porpoise showIs see which one was the fast complete with Can Can girls, 1830s, that is. addition in Sarasota after

to lease the newest Florldaland tourist, attraction, ed before packed audiences a tank containing four sea est.Other attractions at Flor. was a popular resting place Deer Park, Billy goal they have already commit.

hangar at the Venice opened Christmas day to throughout the day. \lions The children delighted oftentimes Idaland Include an authentic for the tourists, The "danc Mountain and the "whiskystill" ted an extra $200 thousand l.
the animals, West viewed by the
art to the Corben Devel. throngs of visitors and well- The porpoise, "Moby," was In feeding fish Into the Indian village and tropical log belles" performed adui- were for parking there.
Tues- Miss Simpson, throwing i dances, taking the tourists.
ent Co. was heard wishers trained by lions to gardens."V ern "It is ridiculous to say the f
afternoon at the VeniceCouncU' The show, which features who is now Mrs Corbln. midst of the four sea* X- The tour trains which wind of $325 thousand"
Informal meet. attractions through the grounds were expenditure I"to
10 live, major
_-&r> )tVr' 1 less establish South County
and all signs today indi- made its debut with a bang popular for those energetic < a I"I
the offer would be aced as an authentic Western gun- A ride on the riverboat Courthouse on the South 40 is i I
by the city. fight was staged on Main I W climaxed the day for many. too high, when they are proposing '
terms of thee 4 The "Harbor Queen" Is a recreation
ider the Street of Ghost Town $300 thousand
t t to spend
t of the sternwheelers
as presented by City flock r n 5 t' il <
While visitors were
icilman Ralph E. Ander- that traveled the MississippiRiver merely to provide parking
to this new center of fun, '
airport committee chair. ing in the gay 90s. space for the obsolete location I
located on U.S. 41 four miles
i, the Corben Companyd north of Venice the promoters Visitors to Floridaland are ot the Sarasota County Courthouse

lease the hangar$100 for for of Floridaland were busy "tf ta vrr price.charged The only attraction one admission is open ,
paying
years, planning new additions and "It is particularly] disturb-
. until sun-
first! six months, $150 for others. daily from II a m (Continued on*page 6)
second six months, $200 completing many let. __
4 the third si..months*and But >the presence i of construction

per month for the re- equipment did not NPC CIVIC ASSOCIATION \
ring period (42 months). deter enthusiastic crowd.
the proposal accepted,
firm would occupy the The porpoise show con- I

Continued( CIVIC on ASSOCIATION pr f' t) ducted by Joyce Simpson I s p Officers ElectedNORTH



tt PORT CHARLOTTE dent and William H. Dyleskl I

I J New officers and the retiring .econd-vice-presl-
President
Smith directors of the Civic Association dent.
e rg$ .a ti wi4 of North Port Charlotte New directors Installed
s 4. were installed Wednesday were Meyer, Louis B. Schmel-
art S, Smith of 2 Darwind to serve, all offices were declared night and the crowd present ke, Claude B. Kean, Lloyd P.
was returned as preslt vacant and a new slate heard a talk on the importance Baldwin Kenneth H. Gibbs,
of the South Venice Civic elected. ) of the Council of Neighborhood Robert C Orr and Stanley A.
n. in a change of election Other officers elected were c Assns, by the group's Nelson. Schmelke: Baldwin
edures at the SVCA Com Albert W. Pfannkuch of state president. Nelson and Orr were re-elect. I
ity Hall Piedmont'Dr, vice president; The guest speaker was ed while retiring board members
his Is the fourth' time Joseph H. Elsener, 88 Ja- Frank C. Tall, of Sarasota, were John G. Boyle, Paul
th has been elected, have macia Rd., treasurer; and state president of CONA who Palmeter and Francis T. Rod
served as president in William (Bill) C. Smith, Jesse b detailed the benefits the various man. ;
1. M and 61. He has also Roach, Albert H. Zielke, Arthur : 8 neighborhood groups derive The retiring president
ed president of thot Worthington, James G. from the state organiza Meyer, was presented with a
>t Park Improvement Assn. Fyfe, Joseph R. Scott and tion. He placed special em- certificate of appreciation
two Richard W. Peterson, direc trained-porpoise Is but one of the 10 features at Floridaas ohasls on the cart that the signed by the Incoming head I
reviously years.the officers wereen tors. THROUGH THE HOOP goes'"Moby," the trained porpoise The, land, which opened Christmas Day. group p -yi--t 'fighting officer and members of the I '?'

by the 11-man boarduectors The election of a secretary his trainer, Joyce Simpson, does the holding honors. ,, ..... .-- ..... '-"* n ...nM>ii i I I through the state bills I board of directors. there
until the January __ -""""""' officers During the evening
but last Novem- was delayed __ .u__." _.. i The new
bylaws of the associatione meeting. Elsener, Roach and were Claire C. Coons, president ! was a program featuring Mrs.
for Zellke were members of last H. Lee Oldham, first Teresa Reynolds, soloist, ac- a \
to provide ;
*Yen-man changed board of dire, years board and were re-elec r In Festive Mood II III vice-president; Ray C. Ab-I companied by Mrs. Helen The
s and four officers all to Circus rams, second vice-president; Johnson at the piano.
elected by popular vote of ted.President Sherld P. Foster Miss Mildred Clute, secretary group sang carols and refreshments '
P. Dermond of Broadway I D, Rocke, were served.
membership. Although and Hartley I reporterand not movie or and Mrs. Helen
the present board declined re- Several times ,the circus The GONDOLIER "They are Both Miss Clute The civic association was
board he said
MAURER treasurer.
thirds of the old By PETE insight to circus Ideas, I
1 had one or two years nomination. crowd cheered as the pony gave an I for the circus and make the and Mrs. Rocke were re- Incorporated on Dec. 11, 1962
Good humor and hard work was successful in getting life."No circus what it is and what It elected. The retiring presidentwas with 133 charter members and .
marked the last day of practice away. Finally Blaszak calledit place is there so much always will be, the 'BigShow' Carl B, Meyer, Coons was the membership has grown to
I before the Christmas a day. team work and unity despite. ." the retiring first vlcepresiot. over 600. r
break at Rlngllng Bros Bar. He explained that "Metro"was so many different nationalities '
& Bailey Circus. The not used to working on a and customs. It'; like theUnited -
t num performers were given a rubber mat which coveredthe ; ; Nations, we're all one I Ir
"holiday bonus" as Director center ring floor. He said big family" Barstow said
Richard (Dick) Barstow released the pony was six years old The director pointed out
them from practicetwo and had never worked on a that the performers after only
hours early mat before and the pony one week of being together
Barstow arrived on the set was also used to performingout all work as a unit and
have fun together "The first
doors.
of
and wasgreeted
late
five minutes series of "oohs" Blaszak and his equine act few days are always the most r ,
.,P by a the performerswho Joined the circus this year. difficult, especially when I 1 ,w 'y yr .
and "ahs" by break Director stand out in front of
mood. During the ncZoning have to s
I in kidding
After were the regular a round ofireetinKS Barstow talked with them and start being boss } F' y
all understand, 1
were exchanged,, But they y t tr
for order and somehow, and we really get
Barstow called wonderfully," he added
along
the show, practice anyway,
Barstow was quick to note t
began., Posts that the circus is like a machine
The morning hours were and that without r
spent perfecting the floor everyone working for the Aiy lYi
production as Barstow had same goal it would not be a
the girls go through the com- Go To FiveFive success He said that many 4 ,

plete routine. of the unsung people, the extras v R ,
The afternoon practice was Venice area men have and the assistants never '
devoted to the spec theme, to the newly. receive any mention but they I
named
been
i- of Oz Production ,
"The Wizard do their jobs and Insure a
Bob Dover indicated created Airport Zoning Boardof ,
iP a manager good show year in and year
-
that the timing was Adjustment Ralph E. An. \

becoming more precise and derson, Venice representative out."Never has there been such :,
that all signs indicated that he
time. to the City-County Zoning close cooperation, em-
the show would open on
P !
when has it Board announced.The praslzed. tt
at "But then The addition of Teddy Rho-
quipped Barstow. five, appointed forthreeyear
not, din as aerial director was
Prior to Barstow's arrival,. terms, are GeorgeE. singled out by Barstow as one
k the performers were enjoying Youngberg ST., Dr. T. S. of the reasons why the show
the acts practicing in the Julian C. Harmon, will be tops this year Rhodin Sf
center ring. Thompson who was director of the Royal r
Center Ring Humor Haven B. Page and Col. Harry in Stockholm Sweden
t ,. Klaudluai Blaszak, from Milar. 1 ,Opera will work with Antoinette f {
Poland was working with his The group will act as an Concello in putting together READY FOR ACTION IN '65 Carl B.M.yer second vice-president. Seated are Mrs. Helen l
West
VELING COMPANION for Mrs. F. o. Boda, of Shetland pony, "Metro," The but appeals board on decisions the aerial show. (left) retiring president of the Civic D. Rocke ((I.ft.Iected) treasurer, and

ff'ille' Street In Nokomis East, I It her nine-year old ch.hauhau. and, not with continuously much success.bolted by the zoning director on airspace Barstow said the circus Assn. of North Port Charlotte, passes the Mist Mildred Clute, serving her second terms
.W i.." rides In Mrs. Boda purse animal regulations, continues to ,grow and pros.per Claire C. secretary. A
t > The small dog "Debbie has been from the ring and galloped coning of ideas, gavel to the new head officer, I ,
P" everywhere. In the past nine years all, the country. towards the outside) world which go into effect on Jan. "These because[ 'circus new Ideas,1' Coons, while tooling en U I Ry C, Abums, a.
2* church, weddings, funerals, and over u4 his stall ly ft r |
*I neveg one hat barked," tild Mra. Bod*.

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t-The GONDOLIER Venice, Ft*. Mon, Dec 28, 1964 WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK:

Circus Spreads


t"" ""Brohard' Stand Opposing Holiday FeastA Souped-up Cars Not Everything


If Cnrlstmas Day feast

; American style "was served Most youngsters bar very What specific improve. ] Street, ot San Pablo I
I ti. J elrens performers at definite opinions about what menu did they suggest? put It ,ucclncuy1 p call
:
Industrial Rezone
: J OkayedI the KlogUas! areas and the they like and don't like in Mike Bukula, 17 of Los An. day care are nicer 1n",; I
partakers ol many nationalities modern automobiles.And gales, said: "Constant thros Margaret Shea. '
17.
I of tie control gauges In the instrument bridge a Cs"
relished It a* If It while 85 per cent Maas.,
I P t Venice City Council ures and the other dealt with Ing regulations for the Venice e passed a coning transfer were tome-eosintrf' nookInt. them prefer sports cars, panels." Nick Lof- that there were "mom St

K'' I voted unanimously to support filing procedures for absents Airport. change of owners papers. many feel that the manufacturers freda 17, of Des Moines, than ever before It
I II a resolution endorsed by Mayor balloting in city election, S Passed a resolution authorizing to Donald and Adeline Heath, To. sumptuous repast build too much raw Iowa wanted "more safety conveniences." Cog
I I' Smyth D. Brohard protesting A third reading is requiredbefore County Tax Assess new owners of the Coral "was put together .v chefs power into their products. devices, better-padded dash And Lb
;' i any rezoning movement final approval. or W. N. Stuart the use of Lounge, 113 W. Venice Ave. Wayne Forman M a x This somewhat surprising boards." A resident of New was VV' with h i*!

:," 'I, '; 1 by Sarasota County that Other business conductedby City Hall facilities in March, e Passed on first reading Frimberfer and Julius view developed from a sur. York City 18-year-old Frank such as Mat belto.J7 I
'. would allow unrestricted the council included: 1965, for the convenience ot the proposed ordinance No. Gerlick of the Lawson vey of 1198 teen-agers. Fifteen Aicione called for "strongercar signals designed C
T :I "1 manufacturing in the area Approved a fill permit to South County residents in 381 to rezone Lots 6-10 !In Vending Co., caterer to the tier cent of those questioned bodies with heavier me- opportunities for to 1 t>
f Just north ot the City of authorize Arthur H. Paysonto filing homestead exemption. Block 1CKA, R-1 to R J. clrens. own their own cars, tal." 'ccldent:."

Venice. change the bulkhead line e Authorized the Venice The council also agreed to I Performer, IlIetll 4 I a g 47 per cent drive frequently,. An 18-year-old Norwood, -
Tuesday:' I on his property in Roberts Yacht Club and Venice Yacht support the plan of Police those from Poland CiechosIOTakJ and many of the others drive Mass.. girl Louise M. Babel
Bay. Realty to remove an oyster Chief John Shockey that "will *. and Hungary, Occasionally.The thought "roofs should be a Bowles Talks
I of the council. The council Heard a report from bed in Roberts Bay to improve 1 prohibit the riding of bicycleson were treated to the meal., viewpoint of those fa- little higher or seats a little
I ordered of the resoluUon Councilman Ralph E. Anderson navigation. sidewalks In the downtown beta la the main dining "
a lower Fran Colling
copy Mary ,
tk orlng autos with slower speedswss
I on the radio beacon at Approved a refund of business area. Chief Shocks ban at the circus To
to be sent to the Sara rroands. KiwanisThe
18. of Del. said
Wilmington,
typified by the commentof ;
the airport. Also on his $2985 to Louis M. BeaU for recommendation Included The Included
: : IOta Board of County Commissioners menu chilled "Cars should have longer
11-year-old Till* sun
,
recommendation authorize personal property tax Improperly placing a policewoman in Wayne ?
((1 'I; of the and county to any having otheiagency I' publication of a, legal noticeto billed to him. the dowthown section to enforce chicken fruit soup juices, Waldorf, cream salad of. of Lynchburg, Va., who said: visors and less glass. Windows Rev David L. >
that too make it
" I "The high perforance enginesare are big a member of VeiST
the the ?
t M make !known the completetext new ruling roast turkey baked
i '1 Jurisdiction over such mat for strips and raceways, hot." From Susan Butterfield, wants Club
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of the new air space zone potatoes, creamed cauliflower reJ.tcdlo I*
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ten.i
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: ---------- Lewis RealtyIncorporates GRAND A7< not highways. Jerry Teg r- 15, ot Columbus Ohio, came member Wednesday
i :' In part the resolution read: FALLS OF ROUGH, Ky Hawaiian yam, den It, of Eeverott, Wash., this suggestion: "There events surrounding ik

if "Any zoning by the County of AP) This town of 30 or so rolls and ,assorted cake and Ice cream. said modem cars "have too should be extra factory checking of the Christ Child US
i I. i I I: I Sarasota so as to permit unrestricted Auto License resident remains much the The performers beverages slso much potential for speed and : of each car before it U I have been seen through
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J manufacturing in The incorporation of Lewis same as It was during the given a souvenir were breaking the law." Another18yearold released" Noami Buch, 16, eyes of one of the tiwLtt
I '1 I I that area lying immediately' Homes Realty Inc., of 91 E. Civil War. A flour mill still Christmas card. menu- Phil Carson, ol of Beaver Falls, Pa., admitted watching their flock J
: t north of said city and located Shamrock Blvd., Fall said that "cars wouldn't need CIII
I was announced turns; waterground. cornmeal Beaver pa., : "High hills near Bethlehem.
on or near the proposed Sales Dates in Tallahassee this adt 10th Century general speeds of today's can urge much improvement if the I It was the
''I bypass for U. S. 41. . would week. by Secretary of State store dispense merch people, especially teen-agers drivers were improved" but man annual Chris

j'' be detrimental to the City of Sarasota County residentsare Tom Adams. andise. A ravel road Is the TIDESVENICE to see how fast they can '0. added that "cars could be lans. program of the lies

\: ', 1 Venice. reminded by: Miss Charla The incorporation petitionwas only access. Its name derives This Is the cause of many' built stronger to hold up" Incase
1\\ Election Law Revision filed Dec. 11 by Robert from' its location on Rough deaths" of serious accidents.
RECORD
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: ': Hagernun tax collector P of the questionedhad On the plus side, 17-year-old IN CAROLINA.
) I that IMS automobile will Rosin and Pat Shannon River, in northwest Kentuc. INLET TIDES Many girls
i I. The council also passed on tags both of Sarasota, and Betty ky. the lame feeling about Bob Vernon of Oklahoma City MANTEO, N. C. (AP)
second reading two ordinances 'have[0 on to sale be Feb. 1 and will S. Richelieu of Bradenton.The High Low autos. Asked what the worst said: "Probably the best tea. "The Lost Colony," .n, hide,
I, 1' revising the city'selection purchased and new firm will deal in fault' of present-day cars Is, tures are those mechanisms lest pageant that t "lebrit
'i law. One was concerned March displayed by midnight, real estate. Obituaries Monday 9:48: am 3:11: am Joyce Mortshlta 15, of San which ease driving fatigueand Its 25th anniversary next Hl
20.
I : I 1' registration system 7:5: pm 1:52 I : pm Francisco, had a terse reply: make driving easier, ton, set a 13-year attendant,
: manent This :year due to a law BERSCHEL AUGUSTUS "Too much horse-power." such as power brakes airconditioning record during the summer

\9 ., ..I:. 4 and re-registration proced- passed by the 1963 State Legslature CLARK: Tuesday 11:17: am 4:10.m Lisa Erdberg, 17. of Oklahoma and heat." Bruce 1964.The

: : ); the tags will be renewed fN m Herschel Augustus Clark 8:33: pm 2:33 pm City also said: "Too DeGlovanni, 18, of Oceanside management laid i |

I r HANGAR LEASE I for 13 months. This 68, of 1001 S. Tamiaml Trail, Wednesday I2:24pm 4:53am much power," then added: N.Y.. thought cars were "be tal of 49,418 spectators stud

I II I law will be in effect until Abvreeeosea' Myakka River died last Saturday 9:08: 3:11 "There are so many convergences coming less expensive and ed the 56 performances,
870.. pm pm
: (Continued from page 1) at the Veterans Administration :you are practicallylulled easier to handle." nightly average!! of 882 tl
I' i i Beginning in January *eiicl ,fc... ten.. rest Roynolclt. V..IOI, Hospital in Bay Thursday 1:20: pm 5:33: am to sleep." I A 17-year-old, Marilyn best since 1351.
4 l Feb I 'rM 0. B r. North fort Cbirlalttl.
; building effective registration renewal -.. H. Uwln, V.nlcoi Dubr FO..I- Pines 9:40: pm 3:49 pm
i I 1905. forma will be mailed to own. .gal I w.lu.; V r. Vmlnt DMGlirfri : Mr. Clark had been a resident .

I 11'1 Also included in the plan Is er. The forms must be pre. 'y E..Gush_.8.r.t Kuhn,.. AnfantorSwift N.h...*.' of the area for 30 years, MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH
I the building adjacent to the Noted when applying for Hnne.N S.ndehofe. EmI.w.A Coming from Cannelburg, STUMP PASS TIDES
,. large hangar new tags according to the Grande Dee .IsJohn rl.,! ) Bbo.shw: A., Brokaw n, Ill i,lit: Ind. He was born in Davis NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE POLICY
rates registration law.Miss are H. Rettlf. 8nlewoodl. A'ben' P. County Ind. High LowMonday
I l' 1 ., The increasing were Hence. Nohomh. J.OI V.n Pdt Covers y'uf mbiU tame, ,.'..".1! "rp rty, end ptr..n.1 l liability. Case Ion .....4 ty
Hagerman said
1 asked for by 0. G. Corben, if Its V.nlat B..IM M. I..wle. Vk, .. A fishing guide he also .
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10:50 3 !& president, so that a new application for a Blanc/"$!. N.aoma. P.ula Hnl owned and operated Clark's : am : am
company pt. .
imolco vaiirfeliMt 1 malisms miichiof, !!!!!1- felling obitcH wales dimtgt Iron plumbing w
costs incurred in securing Florida title, applicants must D.T'll, Trailer Park on the Myakka 9:01 pm 2:30: pm ,.. .
Cturhi E.: .Ior. V IMIck ..tint lyttomi blowing up. ol wafer ktotir, 9(011( II kog b.eini'.nd. oloctrietl 4 Federal Aviation Agency approval ring all papers pertaining I D. Puke Palmetto Grn vi,.vo River. U ppllMMt.
.,.., Tuesday 12:19 4:48: am
N.Iooft. V. Uontellm
WtUon. pm
aircraft to the vehicle and that If its Mr. Clark
of the shops was a memberof
r )RneO.ondl Rao J.unl, .
Reyn.I. ACKAttl RATH 'INSIOI CITY OR IN ADJOINING
9:35 3:11 PARKS
Anderson registered in the of Bw..p. III.h.rdo, vaie.D. .. the : pm : pm
might be prorated names Epiphany Catholic .
.
... Cort'h tllgktly higher' eWtMe .f nn p..e.crl. .
; explained.) both the husband and wife Wlur, 1Ra.HoliMi'.. Vmlroi Lee, a.ItJ,; Pitrld, V..IOI', Anarrhlbold. Church, the Holy Name Society Wednesday l:26pm 5:31 am
,,1 I Corben Development Co. both must be present. If anew EnflnromL N 1 truck Dn. tot gdw.M J. Hi.w.11. VmlMI' Americarr : arc. I 4.00 S 6,000 I 1,000
i specialize in manufacturing registration is de- Teens A. Glamartln.' Vonleot, Inn- Legion and Venice I S1O.000
\ ,. modifications !in plastic and sired, an official weight slip and A. Watson Vtnloi' 1I ..ld W. Barracks No. 764, Veterans of Thursday 2:22: pm 6:11: am CONTENTS 1.200 1.100 2.400 1,000
f j' i I fiberglass for aircraft. The must be presented. I.Vim nra, .Boca Mineral, Grtnfei Sprinnt CorinM Miry a Biilqr RII...., World War One. 10:42: pm 4:27 pm LIABILITY 10.000 10.000 21.000 10.000
i has been in A representative of Miss Unr.1 P.rl Whn. Nnkemli. Survivors include his widow ,.
company operation ; on.. .- COST PER YEAR 17 ,. 79 t1
I Venice almost office Mrs Hi Kbit M. Fl) Venial DM.Tnkoir. Mrs. Viola
in for five 'agerman's will be at Clark of
pa VralMl I N.lll. U ALLEN NOTE This polity hot NO DEDUCTIILI. It .provlooi "( ...11.," .....,. fur claims, (
'j :years and presently located the Venice Civic Center Feb. Mere, U. O. Rick V.,lfj trEE; : Venice; two sons, John P. I < ron
rI: ha Stith, Nekoml.l in. T. ceases listed. oko... W. "j..t dame tromolly end. h... claim choclti right In
Clark any cur
in a budding west of the 16 i, 17 and IS from 9 a.m. to ..... and Bernard H. Clark Convalescent and
Iw Neknmlll' 0. Dlehn E..I. . .. .
I ... We ore the lnlu i o | for ebb Iniuroco ompooy I I. eke Vonlco A....
I large hangar... 1 p.m. and S p.m. to 4 p.m. C. HtraM. 5.t. Nokotnl Bibr. Bop both of Tampa;! two daugh
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TroIIou Vnla I Mr WtlUn.. NftkA.Id t Nursing Home
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---- era 0. Echols
mrm n. Ol
t R horKaurleIOo; Vonleo.DM. . I
i t UP TO 250 GALLONS FUEL OIL lit J.", K. C,.... Bnl. Nashville Term., end Mrs 24 Hoer Nursing Service 11./dgGQ,4 "aIN" Y iII W. Venlct Aes @
wood HWTT Jocobwn, 0.._, Onr rern II I
Ketner of : TU. 43S22S3"DOWNTOWN
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: G.Uch... Vmlot MI...... Iso.,. Indianapolis Phone Venice IM-WOl
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year's supply) ,.. Ind., and I
two I
i ., Pl idol Barloora Ivor. V IMI I Edna sisters, Mrs. aPONCI; OS LION AVS I
1" Qulmbr' Kngkwoad Htnrf You... ...
t Emmett! Hsag of East Detroit .
vslat, John Soot It. ,. V...... I.
II ORONE OF Otto, tklbmnkl.. Vmtooi. "Morto 6..,. Mich., and Mrs Arnold

I 1 F R E E.!I GALLON men D....Eitftowood.Mi. Man U MirehlMn.. V... Birkle, of Jasper Ind.
4 : ,I.., H. T Andmoo., Vtntooi ....cII There was a Recitation of
: Z ES IN THE UrmbM, Earl P18CHARGCSDM. the Rosary Sunday at 7:30
Id John sake, Nokmnbl. pm. at the Rewles Funeral
} : rbr..* Crondkll,!, 1Dn.,......, RMIO Home Chapel and a Requiem
.
HELSER Eon Ennltwood! Otto Hubb.rt En.itewoooV
... tI' Hunllton MMkmtlo' V nl>-l Mass on Monday at 10 a.m.

i : : Orrll En'kw Muhn.od| "''Vnlat oito I> .b.M....rr...*.Mitrrar.)loh.. In the Epiphany Catholic
Church.
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FUEL OIL SERVICE miL The Rt. Rev. Mon-
i r Da I" nldti 1111... V..lest. Clop. signor George W. Cummings 1
I I "rnleh PlooId.. Pbma" 8t.wen,
{ j :i "GUESS THE WEATHER CONTEST" V, -.. JtoFnoIdo, V..Ie, D. offlcated. Graveside serviceswere
:; H. H. .fI1., V..I..t' D..nr Ob, conducted by the Ven
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terawtoi WllllMi Vmloo.
CONTEST ENDS FEB. 15jift' Dw II, D''...BIIUmMn!Iobo..n. Moore ice Barracks of Veterans of VENICEFirst
Ii qy;:, : 1st PRIZE H.. ..,, lob I"'L"' I D.Edna I'.ko.W..11..n.Paln.tt.Da. .. No.k.nbl World War One. Burial was

All you h.vetodoI19u"'tha i I', La'' All... Enol.wn.dl' In Sarasota Memorial Park.
r f YEAR'S SUPPLY .
Mal Ear lwpladl. North Port
I Mr'I day, minute .nd hour tII.t you Ch..toC..,. oiBncnnra, noKomiM?
OF MARATHON !Portl n.For" it, V",,,, Gerald S. JOHN FRANKLIN
j it! I think the t.mperature will hit Dunn VmlMl, Jnlli L.IMn.' *', Vvn- HUNTER SR. & Finest Shopping Area
I lotl BxtrlM/
Uwli Vcnlm' ROM
I FUEL OIU 34 degrees 011 the effidalI Nuh. tmtlrmMi' inn Nunn. En. John Franklin Jack) Hunter
I V i .,lt-nno! K.thrtn Swift, NokomU, Sr., 71, of 1001 Nokornls f.
1 UP Venice Weather Stifles ther. ''I'M' ...
\ e fenrffa 'IM Nokomdt I. Von
I ISiS :' = P..., V..I.., 110 brt P. WhltMktr, Ave., died Wednesday nightin

;i Ind. ... .... momlter.If NokonUD" .. Ml. CI.,," Andnwn, Bn.l: a Sarasota nursing home DAZZLING SPARKLING
., Jullmn. D. , where he had been
a wood Vonleti
p. t n CmndoIra a patient
I as wk..e.t. a ..... ... The surest 9U" to the .act: Glnion' Vralroi.. 1"."'. Rill Va. less than a week "fl
VALUES!
.Ines. Mt tat Wiltrr Hold... BARGAINS
tw Vmoii Tkomu
t II : .:;. N e i be... time wire the winfa's supply London, V..,., Soy N., VtnlMi, Mr. Hunter was a native of
Dorotnr TutMII. Vmina' Philadelphia, Pa., and movedto
of relld.nce fuel .rtcI 6 nearest DM. Ill Pl..nno> Muwlllor, Vm. 4DICK
tat l Elmo. PoMmo" Nortk Port'' Venice 10 years ago from
I ,' LISTEN TO WAMR queues receive 50 gallons Cb.rlott.i Cothorlno Domitroli Plebning Pilwko.. VmlMI VnIMI I Wilmington. Del He nd re-

and .ch. Bmrlir Rlehtnb. VoolMl, RorehoiKlrbw. tired as a foreman In a Chrysler .
Morning, noon VnlMl Hortmw SannVrKofr, I THE MEN'S SHOP
I Corp., tank
I ... tire..AMPS EiKliwoodl, Pnrl Whltoon, Hokomli.' plant man'ufacturing & MEADOWS PHARMACY
: nightST Pram IIIIY be transferred DM. Mi H.lon Plihor, VonlMl, A I- I I Wilmington -
4iMII hen H< W, Nokomln I-.n.M Ix>wo, and was also a rUredcivil
t B... /ftnntn J. Venn Phillip, Vtn. RENTAL
bit Edna Qnlmby, En; .l service employee. Until FORMAL WEAR
"wnAdt Rah ALL
WRITE YOUR GUESS IN THE 'U.NK NOWI k.rnolili, I...."h l,..... RrtHc'' Rn.Innodl recently Mr. Hunter was a 20/
\ f I MAiL TO HlLStR'S FUlL SERVICE Ctmrlott SM WIDi.lm. Monk Port carrier for the Sarasota Journal /0 white dinner |*ctet S123O
DM. Mi Wiltw H PottVor. Vonlrot, TOYS _ _ OFF
BOX 745 NOKOMIS flORIDA
ifl' Il P.O. CMWTlno, Nikon, '
: Votilrti Mom
1 1- - - - l In, Noho..... Jok> H M\ ...\ Survivors Include his widow black: dinner Me 914.50
ii' V..l.oi I nfiird A. Wut.r., .11'11.1 Mrs. of
Ruth
+ CONTEST ENTRY CARDMy RirtVni, tiam. A. Tit ft, En.... Hunter 2)1 W. Venice Ave.-488.8116.. Medic! Center 8Idg.
I H.I.... A. c.,.,ln, V. .. 0."' Venice; one son. John F. US W .Venice Ave. Ph. 48M6M
guess 011 when' the temperature fins. hits 34'I Muj M MIUOull. Vl''I. Hunter Jr. of Venice; three
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M. ghlfftfr. NoHh .. I
I 1ft Vllllce 1a1I Mnfcmlm P. wales z.......... stepchildren. Col. F, C. Swanof

I II Bangkok, Thailand; Mrs VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY
I I
:Ruth S. Monsghan of Van.
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month date hour
I minute '

,, i I NAME BOICAILAKPSMON tin ice,of and Johnson Mrs City Pauline N.Y..Mar and AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOODOLIVETTISole Wedding" Rings Diamonds Stone Set Ring

: 1 I two grandchildren. Service Supplies We Repair All Makes Watches Silverware Jewelry
: ADDRESS H, II.... BrtMKtkwt Private funeral services
I lsondd' Mue6M .In R.. were held Saturday at the Stuart Merrtck: Owner Watch and Jeweler Repair
: iW
i I CITY II ZONE Andmoa tan II. TiSt'fUCTURW
Farley Funeral Home Chapel
!. x.. ui. II... 1._ with the Rev William L 2)5 W. Miami Ave. 4I8J47) W. Venice Ave. 4SS-3H'

.1 j ,I Type of equlpmtnt we lOW have. Spulll Slim sins VnlM..a,,. kon d ;:.. It.fkrMllit It.01.. Everhart, pastor of the In-
I y IllL I Approxage Capacity of t.nk TRg OUR. Mr. u4 ... fV VH kTKMnr'Vr. glewood Community Presby.
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r t Poo I. V..I. _. J'PodorioIe/ P.O
J ? PH. 488-4146 4884959I torn DM. SI, SiM' s terlan 'Church officiating TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO.HappyrsNeto GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
I I I INMAN, 1dn and Mn. a U PlkeM Burial was In Gulf Pines .
.. on, Jotid Thtmo lnn... Wn.
l I h n_ n. Ililt .m. Memorial Park. Today thru Wednesday "THE Today TIME thru TRAVELERS WedneidtY:

I Iy.. .yl Tear 'WHATAWAYTOGO'M

"ASSIGNMENT.with ;
OUTER SPACE""VOYASETOTHf
NOTICE 213 W. Venice Are Ph. 488-4707 ShMey MaeUineand 'M


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Welcome To
Th. 1965 Automobile license plats will go on sale February I, and have to be displayed by

I midnight March 20, 1965. VENICE SEED & FEED STORE VENICE STATIONERS


OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES
The 1963 Session of the Legislature passed a law that during 1964-1970 license plates shall b. A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER

renewed for 13 months. The Vehicle Registration renewal forms will be mailed to the registered 248 W.. Miami, A".. Dial' 488-3457 Typewriters Adding Machine (Mechanically Opee RtcluJred' ** )

owners in January, and by law must 'presented when applying for 1965 license plates. Chemically Cleaned-Just SllSfr-Plu Parti. If

211 ,WI Venice A... yseiq

(Miss) Charlie Hagerman Tax Collector and her staff will be in Venice at the Civic Centeron SUBMARINE SANDWICHES

February 16. 11. 18, from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00: P.M., and from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M., 49c 59c 69c 79c YOUNG'S GIFT NOOKSPECIALISTS

taking orders for 1965 license plates. Hot Roast Beef on Kumm.lwtk 50e IN

ALSO HOT PASTRAMI KOSHER CORNED BEEF '
STRAWHANDBAGS

(MISS) CHARLIE HAGERMAN Buffalo Bill's Snack Bar

TAX COLLECTOR
& DELICATESSEN

l I SARASOTA COUNTY 121 W. Vents A"..
Ph. 4884470 4848181II '
I 221 W. Venice Av.

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ALL STORES Kr.lt' T.tty CkM Send 1 ,
WILL CLOSE Cheez-Whiz .........' ::. 39 f
NEW YEARS IMry Crock.,'. D.Iklwa Dtt. b !,

EVE. Nut Bread .,... .""..... 59- {.. fc: [
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Margarine .......... ';:M:: 29' ,, :
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For your New Year's party Swift'i Premium Sweet-Smoke-Florar 1;

enjoyment, we invite you to 0 Sliced Bacon 00000000. . lb. 49 ' ")

visit our complete cheese Swift's Premium Braunschwatgar or

department featuring the D Sandwich Spread . . 8-ox. 29
most popular imported and Delicious Country-Style

domestic cheeses and party dips! 0 J Pork Ribs . . . . . . . 'lb. 49{ '

rotatrItCTIVI Lean Center-Cur '
Totty
MON RS TH0.U frozen foods p Pork Chops . . . . . lb. 69'TICt I;
11.11 ........, Brand Anart.4 Copeland Fresh or Country-Style '

Frozen Dinners 2's:,;. 89 Sausage 0 . 0 0 0 0 . . . . lb. 59 '. 1
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1F'' 'S Rkk'i PdicitiuCoffeeRich/ . t,
. clft. 29- TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR SALE! f fCI.II"
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Soup.... .. .. .''ft; 39 'I>
Jowls I lb. .
SMrtklmfi T.try Stew Hog 19e
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Vegetables ....* Ih. 49'
d ? b? DIXII LILY OR EIL1ICKBLACKEYE .

V Soutkl.nJ'i Blackeye New Peast?'!1 -:Jk, 39 PEAS. . '!'P Sr_ 19 p ,, 1

Mr.. P.gl't family Peck f-rl.4 Tim.tS.rw K.b.y'1 a.
lorry
\\ Fish Fillets .... .. 'Pk a.|".. 59- Potato Sticks 3 ::M 29Libby's Rich Flavored. t( .
l WhiM HOUH Zm'y Fl.renTomato JUice 46-oi. 25 e

Apple Ju ee......... ..... .... can ----- .
DIET Far Mlnlnj, RKOnititurid F & P Bartlett 1

PEPSI-COLA RealcmonJuicc. .. ., ,2:=:' 49- Pear Halves #303 19c .
lorry Tim. Plonr.l'iMixed can
____::i__ s-bot. etn. Nuts ':. 79s Flavorful F & P Fruit

A.-=;;;_ 4- TAX 43. PEPOSIT< Cocktail . a #; ,319c

For Luck! Bush's Canned Blackeyo
down produce lane .
#300 tf fficO
TENDER YELLOW FLORIDA Peas . . . can

S W E E I C 0 R N .a Light-brewed Beer Edelweiss 12-packfl 59

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10 ears 49c F & P Cream Style

GoldcF Corn #303 29c
For Solids, Tatty Florida can
F & P Green '
Avocados 4 for 8ge
Sweet Peas 2 #303 29c I .
Hard Green FloiUaCabbage. cant .;
lb.6c 2-Ply Whit or Colored KleenexTissue ,
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3 300-ct. 'IAmbrosia
Kraft's Delicious{ Fresh pkgs.
:. 5ge. '
21 tar '
lu.V.t J.r Pack, M.r.ickln. 0 ... PRICES EFFECTIVE IN ,
k Cherries. .. ........ . .I0. pr 29 ,.'
CLOSE"R.fRSi! 100 Tli. P ..nl.4 P.p.r T.w,ll TAMPA, PLANT CITY, :.- .
ALL STORES WILL Jft( Green StampsMcCormlck's Gala Towels ... ':'ri 37 F.; ,
AT 6 P.M. NEW YEAR'S I M"-: ."-...-... Wkwt, ll,.. Ck M. .> Ham 'N Ck... Thin' B B BRANDON AND ----.; l f
Pure Vanilla F.F.V. Crackers. . 3'.. 87 %,N A R K i T s g r
2-oi. bot. 45enln
I EVE, AND WILL BE CLOSED * ,..... .:.. II. MM TlmtF Inl'| Svmhln VENICE ONLY! pa
ALL DAY FRIDAY JAN. 1st.IOO B VI1\1YUU\1UVVVUU\1VV\ \ \ q '" Hi-Ho. Crackers Ik:. 4VPcrty
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TEA BAGS 11.1' .4 pt Sp"" hnch..1
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GOVERNMENT Promotion Aids Are AnnouncedTALLAHASSEE


t// REPORT BY
Two' colorful The Commission said the med enamel stock
'YOUR seals to Identify and effort is aimed at stimulating able In quantities atcoli v i..
; production and sale of Floe addition, the seals ars avsp
promote Florida-made products
I ida-made product and to able without COat for
throughout the world bring the state' Industrialand Won a. postage meter prods
; I Governor FARMS BRYANT of Florida were announced today by the other advantages to the for use on company envelO]size bend
Florida Commission t.
Development attention of a world-wide mailed material
for state manufacturers audience
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and businessmen. The seal are provided In
u Citrus In Florida -
? mesa 01' tart AWK3AWD rt ai mm or m noun" rust ASSOOUTIOwtftM The emblem carry the newspaper mat form for reproduction A sew radio,
l themes "Mad For You In In newspaper and telescope-:
1 a r.11M.Ar.r.a......... mdlud Pr. II.to a.Mpr for. *.p.. uEOT < era r tr sal,._-.blloW-._ bw.II all _All r41r drp.M. II ..adltd.u..r. In December 1962, Florida have been established to protect Florida By Floridiana" and other advertising media, and kind lleved to be the largest or Its
p 1 I d.s..tJ a.p"ar M.b.. w...iml "A Florida Product from the in reproduction proof form -ha* been built by
,:, .p..ad IooaI _. ...r.1 II .... II rerrrfMi N. ....._ II a.' suffered the most citrus damaging the integrity of the symbol Nation' Sunniest Business for use by printers and engraver US. government in the
1 eerw 'nnldd_ ar..0. M _. freeze In Ito history and to promote its use Climate," and are being cost to Rico' Puerto
I The full impact of the tree within the industry in an ord. both at no rugged limestone hiU
hbl l.b.a Uoater M I Tbinter. rue. IIKM a HludEnurad A__ loss felt It should made available for attach. the businessman. Actual country It will be c
and damage was by erly
manner. greatly Ptrale4
'\ A. SmM CtoMMU* At flM Orflo. At ,__ Fbnte manta to products, shipping seals printed In color on gum- by Cornell University.
the Industry in 1963-84. The I Increase the impact and containers letterheads
o r s i EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher total orange crop was 68,- effectiveness of consumer advertising and for use, in and advertising literature
SAM DILLON ..............?.................. Mew and Nwsphoto Editor 300,000,000 boxes-the small and merchandising and layouts. 4-The GONDOLIER. Venice, Fie. Mon Dee. 28.SAV0MATIC I
p ". "i. COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager est in 15 :year. programs.
r j WILLIAM A. MEYER ........................................... Shop Foreman Despite this severe cut- Too a special marketing
back in the Florida this Research
... ). I J.. ROGER KILBY.............................,..,... Mechanical Superintendent state continued to crop dominatethe determine study basic was consumer initiatedto

;! United States and world attitudes toward juice, odes,
ru .1 ;: SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county $S.25 per year $US per six month, $1.7J production of citrus fruit. We and beverages.
per three months. 10 cent per copy. Out of county (323 pet year, $.USj produced 71.S per cent of the When the U. S. Food and 1 CHECKCHRISTMAS
o j per six month, $3 per three month United States citrus crop and Drug Administration threatened .
ly 1 I Ad..trms aep.t.tl..t . -. a.e. to place standards of
Pride Per s. c-m. Flat Nw..e r
: ..-....ra* N 1_ r...k. M. 1:.. AUs ... Ctkl Dm. MU.*. duction. identity on frozen concen
And despite the sever logs trated orange juice, the industry 1 CLUBAntilief am
brought about by the freeze and the commission
I t ',j ': Economic EducationThere citrus is rebounding, qualitywas balked on the grounds that
not sacrificed, and planaar. Florida produces more than
being made for attackingthe 95 cent of the product and /
per
;' : Ke been I> a vast amount of criticism .reality, his return on his Investment ts increasing problems of that Commission regulation first fettoFIRST

: I of the quality of economic education only $2,000 a year, while the other $6,000 merchandising arising from already require a higher

I I in American schools As I result of its represents wages that in effect, 'he pays the anticipated renewal of quality product than that
full production and the Increasing which would be allowed under
t I' I Inadequacies, these critics say American to himself. competition from federal standards. Andso MwMiti

% I : : young people In great numbers enter the The program called "Our Working synthetic products. Florida is permitted to
j i adult/ world with minds full of mitconcep- World", was created by Professor Lawranee The Florida Citrus Com maintain its own quality. MY
mission working with industry standards on frozen concentrated t1
I lions and mistaken beliefs They do not, Senesh, a Purdue University econo groups, retained a leading orange Juice while r
J, for instance, understand the role of profit mist He Is quoted as saying, "Young business consultant firmto other state will be requiredto + Ms11-M.rr .rM1M a UUap

i I In the operation of the economy, and children have a tremendous drive to fit re-evaluate its proceduresand meet federal uniform, min r OriMtt FhRS KDIIM VWOHetna Swt.
organization. The studyis imum standards.
,\ : : they think it amounts to a much larger themselves into the real' world around being implemented without And so, the next time you .. P isi J'.'

1 I :: proportion of the national Income than them. Why not make it easier for them significant dissention. see the ""O.J. symbol an ,a.rr,rt"Y.,s,sir aasamr ancq aaovrlo ArON
"I'i'I it actually does. And they have an imprecise by letting them in on the ground rules?" The commission "adoptedand advertisement, or on a citrus
registered the 0. J. product you will know it 1 Is
t ''I knowledge of just how the American The rules which ere used and explainedare symbol for use in advertising the symbol of the single goalof srcarrorat050(5owa mow,,,

k, , I ll free enterprise system serves the directly connected to their own .. promotion and packaging the Florida Citrus Commission w lac saw M He wra taros
I ';1 masse of the people and helps to Improve periences. To take another example, the of Florida oranges and to serve the Florida cit-
: orange products. This .is the trus industry and establishit wrw+wesower ..
i ; our national living and working whole class is told to do a number of first time the commission has continued prosperity .pp. .r.

1 ,I I standards. classroom chores, without assigning any promoted. such a symbol and through sound and businesslike -
So the criticisms Whether to particular by regulation safeguards programs for progress
run. they are particular group any job
i ;" totally valid or not is, of course, a matter Chaos follows. Then the different tasks NOTICE: Your CAmfmcn Club checks COM 6. cashed

: of opinion. At any rate, the schools of are specifically assigned and the work Is any lime offer November 15 each jreor.

i Elkhart Indiana, have for five years testeda accomplished Thus the children' gain an Too Late To ClassifyBy

I a program for teaching the economic factsof insight into the principle of division of NOW IS THE TIME TO OPEN YOUR

I life to the very young that seems to labor. 1965 SAV-0-MATIC CHECK CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT

3 i have proven to be a dramatic success, and The class then visits a bank and 'learns RUSSELL KAY world'She credits current her events.long lifeand

a i that has been. adopted in I number off that it's not (lust a storage place for health to sturdy parents
Down In Miami there Is a
} other communities money but, Instead a place where moneyis young lady approaching the moderate living intelligent
I
'f f The Elkhart story was recently told by put to work to produce. They learn age of 90 but she doesn't let diet exercise of God's and full blessingsand appreciation

,J. John Kord Lagemarm, in an article appearing the economic concept of tools by making her that up stop for her she or is as even chipperand slow is confident she will be ST ....ue.v.eeewar..rwRST8J

k ,J. in The PTA Magazine. It has been gingerbread men. First they make a batch active as most folks in able to live and serve her
fellowman until she is 100.
"i : reproduced in condensed form in the December by stirring with a spoon a long and tedious their thirties.

i issue of The Readers Digest. Th. process. Then they accomplish the Mrs. Sarah Edith Baker The U. S. Fish and Wildlife

J program es Mr. Lagemann explains it, same Job with an electric mixer In no started bookkeeper her then career became as a a Service estimates the present EpERAI

i ; ". introduces first., second. and third. time. So, they see, a better tool has freed legal secretary, credit man population of sea otters at

; { .j ''i graders to the same basic concepts that children to produce something els*. ager buyer, and wound up in the around rock-bound 40,000, scattered coast of from California
I Florida in 1922 at the of
: i .1. : are taught in college economics cou.I ..- Mr. Lagemann cites instance after instance 60, became secretary age to an to the Aleutian and a
.- r r. end makes the subject so exciting that of this nature. His article ends with attorney. Learning that he Kuril Islands. Fifty years ago. Our tkiHMh onn/Venory year"
there were less than a thous.and. /
'
__ t" t' children often groan when the bell interrupts something said by Purdue University President defended bootleggers she resigned .
in disgust and obtained
I their discussions." And this is done Horde: "Youngsters who get this a job with the Jackson

r :I In a down to earth way that vividly relates kind of grounding in the early grades Memorial Hospital as ac-

I 1! theory to practice.As erns't going to be taken in later by slogans countant four and ended up holding
important positions:
I' an,, example, a group of children Is'jJ and appeals to the emotions. Professor receptionist, secretary book.
j taken to station where learn keeper and purchasing agent.
a filling they Senesh is doing the nation a service
that the proprietor earns ebout $8,000 a She held her job until she
I i I'+ by equipping future citizens to deal, reached the age of 69 to be- II
1 year on an investment of $30,000. He is come identified with the new
'jJ asked what he would earn if he did the rationally and responsibly with problemsthat ly established John Elliott Q .

same work for wages, and he answers about affect our national well-being and Community Blood Bank. .dad
I where she is still employed.For
I i M $6,000. So the children learn that in survival." the last 20 years she bo.
I has devoted her efforts to
I \\mrnf > contacting blood donors and
. I J I An Outstanding Story spends from eight to 12 hour
::1,4 j a day on the telephone calling .
j >. } donors who contribute
blood without which in I d
''l I ,,11' : A federal' agency will soon look into every size and kind have an outstanding turn Is provided pay patients

I I t 1 l j' the operations of our food marketing story to tell It Is a story of amazing without charge. No one
I ? t /I' J jl! organizations. What its attitude will be abundance, of ever-improving service, of know how many live her
tireless efforts have saved.
I' ri{ I'' no one can now say with certainty. But continuous and successful efforts to minimize Daughter of a Nebraska
d f the position of food retailers was well- price increases In the fee of inflationary pioneer Sarah reflects her

I't t .' \ i I eipressed in the keynote address before pressures of unit profits which Confederate sturdy stock.soldier Her father was imprisoned a.

';' r : the recent 31st annual meeting of the are so low as to be all but Invisible, of during the war and

''j i !t ',' National Association of Food Chains: constructive cooperation with producersand upon release walked all the

f j !I ''I I. "The creation of the President's Food of a never-failing realization and way from Maryland to Ne-
: braska to find his and
family
,jj!j !j , I Marketing Commission will undoubtedly understanding of consumer' wants and Interests make a new life.
CUE
t j\ t mark the beginning of one of the most We are, beyond question, the best According to the records of

r ?j ; .. :: significant dialogues in the history of our fed nation on earth and the retailers deserve Blood American Banks Association, Sarah Baker o is f CLUB

i Industry. W. welcome an Impartial", broad a goodly share of the credit for that. the oldest person in the nation

i't f I l' " Kale, objective investigation Our responsibility The new Commission, if it seeks out the work.serving in this important

f.f.'J If to consumers, to our industry, facts without bias and without an axe The association will hold
I 4 : and to our competitive system demands, its annual at Bal
A". It ,:: to grind, can serve a good purpose. The meeting
I however our active, participation, in this Harbor next year and is making
I J I"i" need to again quote the words of the plans to honor Miss Baker -
j t dialogue If they are not answered false
J
It,: I'' "' charges acquire substance by sheer repeti chain association spokesman, Is most certainly Miss at that Baker time. lives by the UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!

c' t tion. Silence implies acquiescence." for "an impartial", broad scale, philosophy that we are all
here the Creator to
put by
Ijl "
This country's food distributors of objective investigation.
!oj I ft; f: serve our loses fellowman and she to


I IlhFi' !, 1 f':rj q Alleged Assault do never Cuban Learning so. refugee an that opportunity women a group were of Party & BuffetFEATURING


"I : excellent seamstresses but
j ,1 .1 When the Nobel Prize was given for the the features of daily life 'tn the home had no sewing machine for

r.1 Invention of the transistor someone said the street and on public conveyances. They their bought work one and, she presented quietly it

\ t It was the first time that award had ever blare away without legal restraint. to them so that they could be ,
4 q been made for a gimmick. Some people object. Take the professorup self supporting BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED I

I ,' d i J.. The remark seemed unkind for such a East who allegedly clobbered the woman toted On another a typewriter occasion to she the ALL NIGHT IN THE .

; singular technical I development. After all, with her own radio on I bus when she home of a woman who was PRIME BEEF DOMINICAN COFFEE SHOP ;
,! 1 i the device has done all sorts of revolutionary refused to turn it down. taking a business course and
' things in the electronics field needed a typewriter for practice IN THE MEDALLION ROOM Now open, all day, everyday!
I The woman got a knot on her head. The at home
rc Take radios for instance With the coming To help destitute personsin
of the transistor, industry was ableto professor got arrested. Some would hail need of medical and surgical FAVORS WILL BE INCLUDED 8 P.M. 'TIL ???
small but wonderfully it as I wonderful precedent if the court supplies she gathered
I 'r.1 turn out remarkably hospital supplies in her own
'j T loud models for a very low price. found that he acted in self-dtfense. home and provides them to

I I ,t r The transistor radio has become one of Atlanta Journal sufferers and who other need articles wheelchairs but Music by 4 MEDALLIONS of St. Petersburg

cannot afford to buy or rent

.iEIIl [1 i The Old DogThat read them.Few or persons better Informed are better than BRING YOUR OWN BEVERAGE SET UPS FURNISHED

Miss Baker She loves life BY RESERVATION ONLY PHONE 4885888DEADLINE
j Mariner 4, heading toward Mars Everything's In hand now but we and loves people and keepsup .

t more or less, Is an, old dog. wouldn't, be surprised to see any day now with, sports local, and and a world variety politics of. TUESDAY AT 5 P.M.

Just like a sailor out of sight, out that he has women on the brain again subjects. She can quote baseball
I of mind. Soon as he gets from theskipper's and football records as
away 1890 S. Tamiami Tr. Venicea
i I ,I eye, he forgets duty and starts and Venus In his sight. chapter accurately and as verse she from quote her ,

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Mark's Churchwomen Episcopal Church of will St. College ClubA i

Lectures Collection Display give a luncheon on Tuesday
ff the for t member students home showing of slides takenIn
from college for the holidays. h Central America and along d 1
The affair will be staged In 11 .e he coast of South' Americawill
,
teacher Dr. Guy Wright, noted Bible devoted to Bibles from mission Bible College but took his the Parish Hall, beginning at highlight a special holiday C ;"

I and lecturer, will display lands There are about 60 B.A. from Eureka College, in 12 noon An invitation to attend meeting of the Venice
rail..ly i his personal collectionof Items, representing 40 language Eureka, Ill., his M.A. and is also extended to visit. Area College ,Club on Tuesday w
over GOO Bibles and Biblical Each item was once B.D. from Drake UniversityIn Ing students. at 8 p.m. In the Community .
items and lecture on "How We owned or used by a mission. Des Moines, Iowa and his Mrs. George F. Gibbs Jr., ep Room of Sarasota ,
EDGE Got Our Bible" at the Venice- cry and In many cases the Ph.D. from the University of Is chairman Reservations v Federal Savings and Loon
pEACIHE Nokomis Methodist Church, Bibles shown represent the Chicago He served for many should be made by calling Assn.
wit'. all over now Palm Ave, Bay Point, Nokomis first contact of the national years as a pastor and was a Mrs. Gibbs at 488-2683 or 488- The program will be pre- ,
beautifully wrapped on Saturday and Sunday, with the Christian religion. chaplain in the Armed 418, or Mrs Sal! Capasso, at sented by Miss Ernestine 0'.
are now a tangled Jan. 2 and 3. The collection includes a Forces In September of 1951, 488-3929. Connell, who took the trip
ages On Saturday, the first ses- last summer with her mother
torn papers and rib- complete Samaritan Torah he became professor of Bible
of cards arriving too late lion will be held from 2.30: Scroll as well as a Roberti! and Hebrew at Northwest Holiday Actmtkt In Full Mrs. T. George O'Connell,
until 4:30: p.m. and the second of 211 S. Park Blvd. I
are tr w It Stephani critical edition of Christian College in Eugene,
display the tree has that session from 7:30: until 8:30: the Latin Bible printed in Ore., and has since retired Swing At Community Club Miss O'Connell Is head of

d I; tired look (like us) p.m.i Sunday's session will be Paris in 1528, the earliest from that position. ENGLEWOOD Members the Scientific Education Department t
y from 2:30: until 4:30: p.m. Bible known ct the Community Club are of Old Dominion t I,
living room carpet with verse num- While there is no chargefor .
,
the be the same with Dr. Wright will preach at bens In even one book of the the lecture and viewingthe busy this holiday season with College, Norfolk, Va. She Is
never sidue of nut hulls and the First Christian Church, Bible. collection, there will be a two special event., a New also a consultant for the Encyclopedia

candy. Then there'a Disciples of Christ, meeting Dr. Wright began his education free will offering to cover expenses Year's Eve party set for Britannica MissO'Connell'1
ey that awesome specof at 10 .m. on Sunday, Jan. 3 In Tennessee at Johnson incurred. Thursday and a Christmas mother Is a chart
\, the turkey care.... In the Masonic Temple on party held last Saturday er member of the College I .f..
record we count- East Venice Ave. light. Also on the agenda is Club I;
the ,
(or It's only 361 days His programs here In the the regular dinner meetingon Members are Invited to
and 19651o fenice area are being sponsored Saturday, Jan. 2 at 8 p.m. bring guests to this meeting.
Christmas by the First Christian The New Year's Eve party '.

- Is Church and all Bible teachers _3c will be open to the public anda Deen Home For Holiday,
so '
Venice foursome members and friends of nominal fee will be requested.
jetting ready to take churches In the area are In. -ru The festivities will get After Completing Course
South Sea
n a fabulous vited to attend the lectures Lai underway at 7:30 p.m. and

cruise lasting them three to Through his many years of there; will be card playing until Private David K. Deen Is

hs and taking countries of caching and preaching, Dr. 10 p.m., when a fun hour home to spend the Christmas
Icture book Wright has gathered this collection will begin Then, at 11 p.m.
with his Mr.
holidays parents
Mrs Carl L. Ham-
orld.
buffet will be
of Biblical literature a supper servo
Col. and Mrs. Harold E. Dean of
and
Dan Granger ed and the will next
which date. back to 1551. The group .
Mrs Karl Standish are collection Includes a complete see the New Year in. Laurel.On
who'll boardI. Dec. 18, young Deen
lucky four Over 200 members attend.
testament in 48 versions. All
and de- .. completed eight weeks of advanced -
I. Kungsholm of the great English Biblesare ed the Christmas party, -
(rom New York on Jan which included infantry training at
pot-luck
represented with a complete a MISS BARBARA MINER I Cen.
ey will visit 14 countries Testament In all but w supper. Beautiful decorations the U. S. Army Training
Included will ter, Fort Gordon, Ga. Deen
21 ports. in keeping with the
Cloverdale. Seven of the 10 season
sits to Galapagos, Nuka, major revisions of the King had been arranged by Engagement Of Miss Miner : received specialized instruc
, Tahiti Moorea, Raro- first printings. Y. Mrs. Ann Kocian. tion in small unit tactics and I
James are r
a and FIJI. Then on to Bibles In the sac- i Following dinner, Dick I i in firing such weapons as the
land and Wellington, There are sf va Williams led the in M-14 rifle end the M-60 machine .
Ara- group
red languages Hebrew, Louis D. Keller Announced iI
Zealand Sydney, Green gun.
; singing carols, accompaniedby
Greek Samaritan Syria -
,
maic
,
Darwin in Au. He entered the Army last ;
d and ,. Armenian and Latin. Joe Williams at the pi I I].
and next, Ball, Sin,a. follow August and completed basis
A gift
ano. exchange
: Kong Thailand, I There is a complete section Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Miner Troy State College, Troy, training at Fort Gordon. The

nand Hong Hawaii. Horn wr ; r ed.Members greeted at of Limes Ave, Nokomis, Ala, where she is a sophomore 20-year-old soldier lea 1962 j'
were
eI of this voyage we : candidate for most the door by Mr. and Mrs. Bob announce the engagement of and a member of the graduate of Venice High .'
Our their daughter, Miss Barbara college choir.
attended the Uni.versity .
Idn't mind sittinggh neighbor in the Scott Ashworth, Mr. and Mrs, School and
'ouT Mrs thoughtful Christine Miner to Louis Mr. Keller graduated in of Florida In Gaines- :
would ) William Kohls who C. B. Meder, Mr. and Mrs,
world Is Dominick of Mr.
]ton tells us she sailed Christmas r Albert Stone, Mr. and Mrs, Keller son 1962 from St. Peters High
sister made a fantastic .. and Mrs Edward S. Keller, School In New Brunswick ville.The
he Kungsholm's Karl Wright and Mrs. Florence -
for the childrenof
a while back and she Candy House H. Wheeler, 308 Suydam St., New Brunswick He is now attending Troy per capita use of paperIn
nothing but good thingsay Mr. and Mrs. Harley are WED 100 YEARS Yes, e century of married life Is rep. The dinner committee was New Jersey. State College where he is a the United States takes the .
about the Swedish. Kanchey. The youngsters Tamithy relented by these two couplet who celebrated their 50th composed of Mrs Edith Saw I Miss Miner graduated from junior.No wood growth from about
nine, and the in
Venice School
lean Line The party Ann Joseph, seven. The Candy wedding anniversaries this year. Stared are Mr. and Mrs yer, chairman, Mr. and Mrs, 1963. She was High officer of definite date has been three-quarters of an acre of
In New York as Earl Bliven, Mr. and Mrs an set for the wedding. commercial forest.
gather House was made of white Frank Bemm while standing are Mr. end Mrs. Arthur Whit. the school Glee Club and V
Hamilton plans to go Bob Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs.
early and spend some icing and completely old covered Santa Gerard Besse, Mr. and Mrs., earned a letter and an award The GONDOLIER Venice, FU. Mon, DO<. 28, 1964-5 !
with candy. Even for choral work.
outstanding
with Mrs. Rose Castlg- Nels Carlson and Mr end
going down the chimney was Bemms Whites Feted Presently she is attending 1 1l
, a former Venice rest the minis- Mrs. Chet Junkin.
good to eat as was '


sholm, via who In the New now returns Panama York.makes to Canal New The here lure late.sidewalk house Nativity was leading made scene up of and to choco-the the I I For 50th Anniversaries New Installation Demo Lunch Club Officer Set Watch-Night Trinity Church Services To Hold 1s. I I': 1


stopping\ In California, Wasting no time getting
re i Mrs. Hamilton will -.0- I SOUTH VENICE Two anniversary on Sept. 24, up I started in 1963 -is the South NORTH PORT CHAR.LOTPE "< CWigb

e the ship and spend Mrs. Jacqueline M Jack'couples who celebrated their50th north with their family. They Sarasota County Democratic I Night service- A has special been Watch-planned i;} hf: [
time "tra..ltn son a senior at McMurry > wedding anniversaries were married in Saint John, Women's Club.
d." College in Abellne, Texas, Is his year were honored at New Brunswick, Canada and New officers of the group at the Trinity Methodist
-0- home for the holidays with last Sunday's monthly potluck moved to Baltimore, Md., in will be Installed at a lunch. Church. on Thursday from 11 \ fKDtfw

riving Christmas eve for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dinner of the South VenIce 1919 They maintain a homein eon meeting at noon Monday p m.The until choir midnight will perform, un ...r4I i.
ing visit with Mr. and Robert P. Menand of Lemon Civic Assn. that city but have spent Jan. 4. The luncheon will beheld < ,
der the direction of Mrs. Robert
They were Mr. and Mrs. the six winter
E C. Peterson at their Bay Drive. She is a 1960 past seasonsIn at the Fisherman'sWharf
of Venice High Frank Bemm of 4 Dunbar South Venice. White is retired Restaurant. C. Orr organist. I
their graduate
y Key home were Rd., and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Following the service, those l \
from the Bethlehem
ter and her husband, School and was recently one A special guest will be
thur White of 78 Seminole Dr present will retire to the Fellowship for consultation phone ,
and Mrs. John W Ingle of the 26 McMurry Juniors Steel Corp, Marine Division Mrs George L McElmurray, Hall for refreshments ,t
four children from Ro- and seniors inducted into Alpha The Bemms actually cele- The couple has two daugh of Sarasota, who is the new is invitedto venice 483-5312 or 488638531s1
The public
tee, N. Y. The Ingle clan Chi a national honor society brated their anniversary on ters, Mrs Arthur E. Tim district vice-president of the attend.
leave today to return open only to the top 10 Dec. 17th with a family party I mons, of Savannah Park, State Democratic Women's
e. per cent of these classes. Her in Bradenton where many of I Md., and Mrs Jay Wesley Club.
0Ib husband Is a member of the their relatives reside. They Kahn, of Baltimore Mrs The new officers are Mrs. r ri
-
] the last-minute rush U.S. Air Force- currentlystationed were married In Chicago, Ill., Timmons has four sons and Paul Taylor, president; Mrs. s i: 1
and moved to South Venice Mrs. Kahn has .
loliday shoppers, Everett In Thailand. one daughter V. C. Okenfels, vlce-pres!
eight years ago from Glenview There were 194 people
of Hardware present dent; Miss Elaine Tempos, .
gene Taylor .0-
a suburb of Chicago. for the dinner. Entertain .
secretary and Mrs. George F. r ,
Paint thought for a mln- at r.t
Twas a gala gathering Bemm is a retired manufac- ment was provided by the Cibbs Jr., treasurer. 1 l.9e t
the whole thing was Just the home of Mr. and Mrs turer. The couple has two South Venice Singers under Reservations should b e
much and he was seeing John Farley. Their guests In. children living in Glenview the direction of Earl Smith made by calling Mrs. Gibbsat +

M Seems he looked up clude a longtime friend, Mrs a son, Robert A. Bemm anda Mrs. Dwight V. Peabody was 488-2683 or 4883416. dos
there on the main count- Charles Brokaw, of Clnctn- daughter, Mrs. William general chairman for the affair y
next to the cash register, nattl Ohio Mr. Farley' sis Ehlscheid. The
; younger Each individual table Tobacco is the fifth largest
a full grown squirrel.n ter and family, Mr. end Mrs Bemm has three children and was decorated with a golden U.S. cash crop ranking be- V
Mr. Bushy Tall found Homer K. Maddox, daughter Mrs. Ehlscheid has
two. cake
and the two honored hind cotton, wheat, corn and k
store didn't carry nuts Sara Ann and son Danny, The Whites celebrated their couples had wedding cakes. soybeans.
1 edible kind) he went out from Indianapolis, Ind; the AnnualGRAND '
same way he came in. hus i\'

story is true and may be husband. - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
fled! by checking with Mr. Marr, and sons, Mike and
Rger's customer at the Wayne, from West Palm
>, the Rev. Richard R. Beach and Mrs. Joseph Far a1 J

>d, pastor of the Venice ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs ;
Iln1iWlN
''t t Baptist-0-Church. ersbur Gilbert,.Urschel, of St. Pet { I" .

'e keep meaning to ask ...0- }
na (Mrs Millard) Knuck- OPENINGCARDINAL'S :
what in the world she did Nice to see Specialist 5th
}de's ftbri ul rf 6ro) l.tK.tf1e \ '
aJid1irg'JU
h three yule trees. When Class (we're told that's a ,; > M ,,

Bob proudly brought his Sergeant) Sam Delao home L ..1 I '
.,
'e, Leona had already from Fort Hood, Texas, to

chased one and next on spend the holidays with wife, ",,", '1"I"11I'1I11' I: '
scene was dad, Constable Marge, who is our buddy the ''r '" :
k, with another tree! deputy Venice city clerk. "Ijj
Saturday for an r ,'.,1
Sam arrived J '" ]1.'
ngratulationene are In or- 11-<1a) visit and they had a -4Iti'MUSTANG r

'for Mr. and Mrs. George nice Christmas dinner at "d"y;; .. illiIiiL: ,: a'oar ,,\:; ,
Road
Gibbs Jr., who celebrated their home on Armada '
* 25th wedding annlvers- with their guests, Mrs. Da -fI

on the 21st with a quiet leo's parents, Mr. and Mrs I? '
w at home G. H. Edgar, of Sarasota. '

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Erickson and the low Bottles t
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Ing to me by O. B. Thompson con or

.$ : of officiali in our currying Commissioner. .. Gernhard sec Save 48c ;

Halgh's motion a II d
tt"I,I J political to outline the
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& in North leading up to wha .. i
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1 people they MONDAY TUESDAYi
the board the
t sent," pro And
had met with many de
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s,, .I:i ,I t j t 1\\ Tuesday's Englewood Coulon : : *., .including spent in selecting severs the I t Deep Cut SPEGI&KS


:>j which ped, e the e : He"contrived termed -the controversy"opposition. Plus The Extra Bonus of
v I , that could!
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Ings. He anyone
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shared by up figure for the sake TOP VALUE STAMPS
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1 wood area argument
I '1t opinion Gernhard labeled the pro- g
a ,;1" "treated "planning and architec
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,/ :' I Ion \ of future expansion of POPULAR HANDS YOUR GKMCi
\:1' sion's faclltle being consid: -
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'1 I' : have been H* closed with, "I think any
: ,{ to voice ..,. by the board would re C4 Cigarettes
'l f the entire In an Inferior product XCELL
jected. presented to the people
: i1'I I ;i Sitting the South County." Plea Effective Mo, and TIM, Dec 28 Tin 29
: this w e r !
Legality Questioned
1 1 Boyd' ,R.who A question of the legality 01:
Haijh
?; bond Isms to finance a wel VENICE STORE ONLY
I : Johnson station was raised by Plain King or Filter
t' $063
: I War He
I" : Huston, .. r e n. $259
sealed County Attorney Rich Rotonoo' Ctn. Ctn.
1. 'i. vote Qwntfty Rights
Nelson to clarify the mat
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issue
also
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SAVE 26c
t man Parker SAVE 20c
Nelson said that that be-
I I Aedoo T the bond validation pro Unit OM Yow boles Wide $T or Mora Onl.Oil .. ,.....
'. i Coulon
, had already! been
the voters NOTICE-UIIPORTANT .
I I who came upon by the court, the ,. "" 1
." would < would be legal, al- ALL STORES
\ he was in doubt as to SAVE 14. UBBY'S
When the
I I'':; the :: it could be done Closed
up Will Bo
if a citizen: were to ob- Tomato .u.-ce 32oi 15
;1 Tuesday led off with to itPressed WESSON, At 6 P.M. .. : .Unit Two

ment himself In on .er, Nelson for said a definite"Yes, it an-is ASTOR 19 C Thurs., Dec. 31 SAVE 4* ASSORTED COLORS
1 I, in our case here. At this 24 OL Bottlo
he felt the
: I but indeed that, the .the" board ha* the au- SAVE lot NEW AR'SEVE Kleenex Tissue "30Pk'E 15c

J. I Warren Has His Say Limit Two
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and
cilities
SAVE 6c LUCKY LEAP
ber of the all his turn at' Warren blasting then the Limit On. Year Gob .'.1125 Extra TV Stamps 25oz.Sxo!

I jr working the area al.. claiming that it was CRACKIN'GOOD Apple Sauce Limit Two With 19C
t I Parker : out of( line with what CORN CHIPS Other PvrdMtoi
should be. "I think the
He urged MUYODnOI.Se SAVE 5e REO. OR SUPER SANITARY
to of money we are plan- IIOLPkg.CotfoiOiPkg..
postpone
49
to pay for it is complete- .
public 12 fount '
exorbitant." Kotex 39'
; he Parker J'f : then asked per KRAFT DEEP SOUTH FREE 25 Extra TV Stam-; Napkins Pep.CRACKIN' .

',. 11. issue secured were the. had the to by clarify welcome that point the station matter come CHEEZ CURLS GOOD SAVE 4c DIXIE DARLING C
1
rl t to accept sharp criticism by op. 32 'L 3 9c oz. 2 9c Bye Bread is 19
: 1 of the proposal. He SAVE ,C.OPkJi: 39c .
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the station was being 16c 10c 4
I ,1 and that it SAVE 9c DIXIE DARLING MOWN tf SERVE
1.- serve many joint pur- -- ' FREE 50 Extra TV Stamps
f.. ,; Bridge CRACKIN'GOO Dinnel' Bolls :2 I 12 Pak Z9c
i n 1 Orange Juice Stand' BATH SIZE Pkg.
I 1 1-Mr. and I is not a glorified orange POTATO CHIPS
; I ; 69. :* stand,, the building will! 2. Pak -
43ceo. I: l n'fit l
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I ; ,3 2-Mrs.Alonzo I H'p : ted.many other uses," he Safeguard : On Pita 59c

I .4 3-Mrs. J. question of the health
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and
111 57<4.45Gen.. attention, but it was re FRESH LEAN TENDER
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L. that the center would
.. I ? Col. 1"t> of a benefit in the plans Pound49c
4-J-Mrs. J. a $52,000 Hill-Burton % kersioins

I f Myron Bridge After grant the would original defray mo-the Per

I ': was voted down, Huston
it clear in his motion .
Miss
1- draw up new plans that the
2-Mrs. FRESH SMOKED
center facilities should

9'f 3-4 3-4..-1SH.Col.Mrs. J. included.fission Speaks Flee C
prior to the roll call
Bridge Huston took the floor and Jowls I 19
I' I ': a prepared statement in Bog
he stated his feelings. Per Pound
I 1-Mrs. said he had been called .

,
\ 4 Mrs. by some groups
C 2-Mrs. W. had been under pressure
1 H. many others. Huston also 1 '!OI'ZftL...!
I ,4 J--Mrs. that Deputy Clerk Rob-
I I ,i t Journeay \ Zinn be allowed to read a Assorted Flavors CHEK CorborXGapp'tofBtsduot
East-West received from William i BRAND I : Uan *Fresh- STRAINED
I 'st 1-Mrs. C ( ) Phillips of Venice, With Coupon And, Purchase of'SUPERBRAND
+ Mark of the South Sara.

I 2 S--Mr'-Mrs.Mrs.. and J.J.J. County Approval Committee Asked of COTTAGECheese Brinks Gr'd.I Beef BABY


Woman's 84H. the letter Phillips urged FOOD
I t+ commissioners to "pro-
,t !,; : immediately with the
F'
I County facilities."
1 1-Mrs. J. there the roll was' Regular Ie
Mrs. L. and the votes were
i ;i -Mrs. : Gernhard voted for the : Jar
Warren against limit t tivs
) ., Mrs. J. Ch.!( Cinv ni ntliu Pjkl
*
n S-Mrs. T. e for, Parker against, -
and Mrs. finally, Huston against. 1:1;:
135'11 r
#
102. an anti-climatic move AWIw1U 1101185 lAND INSTANTCoffee
iii 4--Haf'r moved that all the E 1 R
.S I Li t Bose EastWest1MUa, 97. ,.be It rejected carried by u a being three-to-too TOP VALUE STAMPS a COPELAND'S Coffee io ah.Ir $149 IlL Jet $159

II I Mrs. J. vote.then to Instruct w Wieners -
moved
t. I1 i-Mark Erickson to prepare : Conageaa 55t FRESH FR 1i1PRODLJCE.!
i I r DeMers. \ ,
deleting entirely the I twpa raid Tan a.a rna
9--Adm. and wing of the building and
N.Dixirbsmoe l4 I
a Nvwo+
,'I', ton, n /-Roy C. to the board and
j ..I Paige 90
,I tl .. Bridge passed, with the same Tomatoes L
'1 to two support .
:
1-Mrs. J.l IS HIS POLICY ,,
I I Harry \ (AP) Mrs. Stan- s. '
, 2-Mrs. May .
I CantreU of Lutz. arrived Sweet 4 39'
Mrs. ..
4P 2SH.\ from Hospital a visit to recently Tampa : Apples .

I Results of discovered that her pock- ,
was missing. ey ts, FLORIDA
i 1-Harry contained a $250 check
SS 2-Mrs. F. to "cssh.' 6''
288684. upset she called the :'S reenCLnge1111 k
J--Mrs. May She was told that
4-Mrs. K. Messina who operates i
d 282243. concession stand In the I
9-W. was holding her BORDEN'S e DS'I
Venlee. : for her. 29' FROZEN FQ
Dee. W who is blind said the Cream Cheese e e 8 ot Pita
was nothing new. He
p TOm it a practice' to feel ASTOA FROZEN
i 1-Miss ) the counter perlodi-
Mrs. J. J. to see if customers have h'ese 49 29'ALtARgY '
2-Mr. and anything, and he finds a Dips e e e aag.we English Peas 2 so....... .
160. large number of .
J-Dr.1\. *eytglaises.car keys, / orPIUSBURYCanned
L. H. and wallets. <
4-Mrs. attributes his custom- Biscuits 4. No c. 39t "IHT1H
S 1' Col. Ira forgetfulness to the fact e
1 5-CoL they are visiting friends FlEISCHMANN'S CORN OIL ApftlePies 4'a' $IJ.JJII
I Myron relatives In the hospital
,, t 19 6-Mrs. are, naturally, worried Margarine rd 39 I I,
W Prior, under stress i e
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GONDOLIER Venire FT.. Mon Dee 21. 1964-7 Arc Available Softwood plywood product.
_ I j LtgalsIN Cancer Books I Hon in the United States in

1963 was estimated at about

IN wax FLORIDA i"11lli MINAFRO5ATZ.8ffM1i. Because many persons against fatal results of the 10 billion square feet. Hard..

Df F.B. EoTATB OF want to know more about disease, a new free pamph. wood plywood production was

THOMAS a BA BjrrT.Paaaaiid. early detection of cancer to let is being made availableby slightly more than 1.5 billion
I CLASSIFIED f robal* File Ha. ftSt themselvesTRIBUTE
ADS II NOTICE TO CREDITOBS" better protect the Florida Division of square feet .
'TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERRONS the American Cancer Societyand
OR DEMANDS
RAVING CLAIMS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE TO A TEACHER its unit offices located in
Ye* are hereby notified' aal roaulrad key cities throughout the ,
to file any eUlm or deaaaa warn* IMMEDIATE
hav* ...Inot th* Eetato of TAMPA CAP) Frank state. ;
CLASSIFIED TOMAs B. BARRETT. Dniaaad. Patrick who taught Englishat The pamphlet titled
ADS 4
Rentals Misc. For Sale I Mobile Homes law oI'ft.t"::: JOHN Conntr.T. Florida GRAHAM lathe Wilson Junior High School "Things You Should Understand i

CASH JtATES12.Word' APARTMENTS. SaraaoU County 1._ la taa Caunty, for 11 years before his death If You Want A Cancer OCCUPANCYNEW
Season Court Mae at Saraaota, Florida
or BROWN TWEED wlthla. all ......otv ...th. from tha last Mar, war a man who inspired Examination" was produced
Information located. rLillian' Bark-c- VAGABONDTEAKWOOD data of th* flrat aubllcaUoa. af Ad.04001w .. devotion under the direction of the
MinimumONE contact Ul at lounge Chair, $25; sofa and
207 ..ok .1.1. or oman4 aanat W hi He war a former football Florida Cancer Council and HOMES
W. matching chair with
Venice Ave., slipcovers 011,1 and In duplleaUl ahall atatotha great at the University of In. approved by the Florida Medical .
INSERTION or call 4882325.ACREAGE EGO 4884806. at pits of raaldenc and port offloa'eel
... of the Claimant ahaU he diana. He had coached foot- Association, the Florida
8c Per Word fronting Jackson DON & ROBBIE ..tr.rN00.01.Ia.Akha.lahr.lbnl ball at the University of State Board of Health I and I 2 BR.,2 BATH '
FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS. MOBILE HOMES I ahall aoeompanM by
Road available for future 11.71 lilies C... and any aaah Wichita and the UniversityOf the American Cancer Soci
Fuel oil deliveries. S&H 809 S. Tamlaml TraU.VENICE' demand; filed akall be void.
or aa
truck gardening. Write P. 0. Green Stamps. Standard The flllni not fee mar lie ........ to tha Tampa.He ety. CENTRAL HEAT &
Box 23 Venice. ..1.1an' ... tern.or old-fashioned
6.0..01 of
wai an
Heating Service. Across from Ph. 488-3414 .. .. oblO1.4 I... tho C.eVJoda.'e The leaflet tells the physi AIR CONDITIONED
AND THURSDAY --- Finest Homes dna English teacher who stressed clans' role in ..
MONDAY 2 BEDROOMS Bath urj tire station 4884052.GRAFLEX The In Mobile cancer detection .
PERK HIDAT BAM1TT.aa but made his students
grammar and also how Individ ,
rushed home. an G. E. KITCHENS l
Florida room. E amtrlz of the Beuta I
70e Each No linens. Adults only. 828 3V4 by 4Vi. Series Boats For Sale i-: ......" B. .arur. game love it by making It a ual's background and medical"history" i!"' J

Roberts St., Venice 488-1330 D, M.5 Tessar lens, 4 Atrn4'. M.r ..otJ. provides Information DOUBLE GARAGE 1
't.PIort4a.
Ee Each Additional Word evenings holders, 2 film pack Bd "Petrick was the greatest as to whether or not
adapters.ease. Publlikt >> T IM4
instruction book $45. 5 USED SAILING PRAMS. 14. SI. II. English teacher I have ever cancer might be present

COMPLETELY FURNISHED Sam Dillon, The GONDOLIER Complete with sails as is. NOTICE OF INTENTION: known" said Principal E. LANDSCAPED LOTS
4 bedrooms, 2 baths, all First come first served $50 J. Hauer.
FICTITIOUS
rIodooheN For AnaAII.C.P la .! than tm of hi II olaeal.eantettne utilities paid. $1,200 for sea- each. Rowboat, 18-ft., newly STATE REGISTER!: OF FLORIDA NAME He was also an individual CENTRAL WATER

(or ... In.nbn1 _ta eon 488-1630 or 468-3483. painted $50. 488-4806. COUNTY OF SARASOTA Fatally ill, he requested that Termites? Ants?
LARGE t SEWER
s?. for sea tneertlon tkeraaher. --- OIL HEATER 50 THS UNDERSIGNED[ des, ...... no demonstrations of remorse -
arrrloa ehanre. 6adoN'.mP 0 FOR LEASE fo months gal tank, stand and chimney SACRIFICE 19ft. irtlfx Diet "It U eonduetlna; a boat
.J th. OFFER work. under the. flrtltloue use 0' be permitted when he Roaches? Rats? '
Cr..nker. I. raolle. to *_lfldl. Lovely 2 bedroom home. controls $2; Florenceoil length, 8-ft. beam. Pinto- FAIRWAY BOAT WORKS at HIT died. Many Other Faafuns
heater, $15 41-inch Attic Snaad Avvntie. SaraaoU, Florida, and FREE INSPECTION &
Tastefully furnished. Close ; Valvo Tunnel stern.
engine. that Kid bualneia la ..holl, ...ad bad But Hauer said the students
in. $300 per month. Byron fan with shutters, cost $125, !' All fiberglassed. Hardtop. ....._... of the fnllowlnfMrporatlaa named wanted to do something inpetrick' ESTIMATE SEE

CLASSIFIED DISPLAYOne Markle, Realtor Phone 488- price $40. Ph. 4741477. Draft 12ln. Wonderful for bay /. ,INC.to-wlti I with,t APEX otflor.BUILSUPPLY. a* 1114 memory, and so an CALL"TOXEOL"

4706. and gulf. Lots of room for 17lh Street. Saianola' Fk-rWa. announcement was made that ,
Edition, per Inch ,$].OC WURLITZER SIDEMAN for chairs and fishing tackle. It la the Intention af the ....... contributions of ice cream C F HANCOCKGULF
named ta apply la the Clerk af
Inch. .$3.50 Vnk., B.nrl' .a...' It 4 ,i. ORGAN hardly used. $200. Controlled both forward and Dartr ,
Both Edition, per UNFIIRNroneD. EEARC Oat CUT, the Circuit Can la I and for Sara.Mta I and soda money would be accepted 958-4534 Sara collect
CALL. LOU JACOB. ......M Phone 488-2813. aft. $995. Phone 488-31S7. laid County nana, of Florida" FAIRWAY to mrbter BOAT th* to buy bonds for his Radio Dispatched CONST. CO.

WORKS tinder the .,.1... ofChapter Within
prw daughter. on hour
1 BEDROOM APARTMENT I0t ', Lawi of Florid, Anteof Our Customersare VENICE EAST
ADS furnished On Venice Female IM1. Hauer said $143 was collected.
LINER Season. Call between 10 beach.a.m. HelpWanted Legals WITNESS. . thll' 10. d>X ofDecember. A total of $325 in bonds ALL V.I.P. U.S. 41 South of Venice

$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION and S p.m., 488-2898. APEX BUILDERS PUPPET INc. ulty had also contributed.In .
Br P. PreeloVnkPubllihl
D... 14. 5'. II, ./, 1
ON THE BEACH at Casey i LEGAL J... .. I' .. 1778, John Parke Curtis
COOK
Key 1 and 2 bedroom Experienced Scandi r. Ralph H. Bvran, will not be re. stepson of George Washington H aIN SARASOTA I
or navian or German prefer. ponelble for .., debte occurred br IN THE CIRCUIT COURT!
bought 1,100
apartments. Seasonal Call acres
Bank BITU aa 18 toed RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE
ADJUSTMENT Don Heath 488-2151 or 488- ably for small household. .i&H'H. BRYAN. SARASOTA TWfcLFrH JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA.IN along the Potomac River. He I

6688. References required. Top CRANCR4T. named the estate "Arlington"after f
Requests for cancellation t. wages. Call between 7-9 p.m. JUDITH MABIB PUEBLO: ,
NOTICE OF BALI an ancestral home in
PI.lntlft, t
or adjustment| because of error APTS., on the beach, with 483-5010. TOt BILLIE!: L. BIERCE. Ctnn Virginia's Northh a m p ton
ALBERTA BlaJICE, wiLLIB 1 CUSTOM SHADES cloth covered vinyl' ,
PUEBLO
must be made for Thursday pool. For sale or rent. 100 14. New York Avenue I County
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m The Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph. MORE TUPPERWARE Bnilewood, Florida.You . 0.taAnt.NOTICE! 0. BUR burlap parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER

on Monday. For Sunday GONDOLIER 488-5698. DEALERS ARE NEEDEDI! following' are nvitnr hereby v.*ldel notified'lOeo that Rambler the 701 Railroad WILLIS Depot PUEBLO,!: Waterloo Rink, Iowa.You bland. ;. AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service

.
Mr. t-d III No. C108SOS will !
Supi-r
BEFORE S p.m., orIliiinday. Housewives wishing to add to be told ., publl..l.. at t o'elook oatha are for herebr Dlvorae ootlflrt hai that'.keen a Complaint filedaaalnit
ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCYApt : the family Income, demonstrating nth l dar at January. IMS at Van.loaNokomla '''.. and r e* ara raqulrad toervo
: Illorids Alto hundreds of lampshades In stock All j
Heated pool. W. Venice attractive hank Yale I a ropy 1Par ...s or Dial NOW !
Phone 488.3125 Ave. Week or month. 488- practical, Tha pmcecua nf U..1. will btapplied Inl ta the eomplelat on the PlalnllrTaattornrr shapes end Circa I
money saving TUPPER- tint to th* payment of the the' firm of BOONE. HAZEN
.... of retaking, ." .In. and aala of of / '
3681. WARE. advertisedand _, a IsraORDINd.. Port Offloe I Boi16M rVe Mote Lamps Out Koses ffoff/n. 'c.
Nationally .oId .010. phlel and the 0'p.bUoa'loo
Venloi. Florida, and file t.opielal
Houses For Sale 2 HOUSES tor rent or sale. has terrific customer acceptance 0' ... .. 0' 001. ..d the. .n..... or vleadlnt. In the LAMP REPAIR LAMP REPAIR
I. t..trf.ena of tb..l.n. d. offloe of the Clerk, of the rirtult '
and demand. For WB GIVE 1115 S. Trait / block North of $.ar
728 Serata. Ph. 488-5331. sods &h. .a"'" evalne the tl Court oa or kef or* tke llth dar afrr ,
further information write .ncint of eald motor rehlele. Anrurplui 10"0' IMS. ir p.. fall to do ... A .. .,. IN SARASOTA -
SPACIOUS will 1 paid to you and rat ., e..a. -
.
I..d..t lor .r.ult will he rh
2 Bedroom home In fine OHM:: TWO THREE room i TUPPERWARE, P. OB will p.wA, I\bl\ C.,'..ref. balm.., p... ...1.., pa top tho .1101 _..d",
I furnished Apts., Venice 11166, St. Petersburg or call marina untold o.d.. old Oyer.VIONICR In the complaint.Dona .
section. Close to town. Hu -NOKOMIS BANK .......
and ordered .t S. Flor
separate mother In law I.. from $40 monthly up. Walk to 344 8331 I Ii 1>..1 d P. 0-1...... I.... this /th dajp of IVramkar. I....
town and beach. Call 474 2339. vt..Ppad.n4 W. A. WYNNE, VENICE AREA
apartment. Beautiful landscaping i i Publbbt. Do. le. III" Cl.rk of th* Circuit Court dR6ENSTAMPS
with fruit trees. 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED Help Wanted "....... Cowl,. Flonda.
. BPI Preetoa Knapp, '
home. Private dock on My- Diintty Clrrk.Boone. .
BEACH PARK I akka River. $100 monthly. Ph. WANTED Licensed Real TWELFTH IV THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF Raarn for a Plaintiff bphordlnf.Attornare NEW RESIDENTS

2 Homesites. Centrally located Thomas Bait Ranch, 488-4760 Estate Salesmen. For best FLORIDA IN AND FOR SARASOTACOUNTY Florida Powrr A Uirht Bulldlnt. GREEN'S FUELfor
food elevation. I deal in South County. We sell FLORIDAIN P. O. 1IM, ... Fiords ,
CHANrRTNORVELL ." .hoi'.. 14. tl M. I I UNFURNISHED DUPLEX in I
$3,000 techFRANK all kinds of real estate also Co BRYANT Jon 4. IMS FLORIDA GREETING SERVICE INC.: I
. . I Bayshore Estates. Phone two model homee in best location ... Cr Na U.OH

.
SIDNEY SCALY *t u et al
C. RAEBURN 188-3182 in Venice. See Chips NOTICE OF SUIT DUCKS ARE DEAD DUCKS Cooking, Heating, Water invites you to call Hostesses t
Tbl KIDNEY BEALY MAGDAIF-
I
Realtor I ROOM air conditioned ef Johnson Realtor 306 W. NA BEALY dereaaed, ST. PETERSBURG CAP- Heating, Refrigeration,
251 W. Venice Ave. Venice Ave., Venice : HARRY ROEDLER. .n Hall t
Motor Fuel Air Condition. ETHEL TUCKER 488.3134
ficiency. Yearly or seasonal ., Bt. Paul. Minn t Mrs. Raymond Carter -

Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 Adults. Two fifty-one\ Nil- REAL ESTATE PEOPLE I Etw Dr.ROSBNKRANZ.. Padfle 1'.11.. .711TayopB .... thought the lake which almost Ing end Ga LIghts ,

nau (corner Pensacola). rot tat surrounds her home FERN CALDWELL 488-4014 .
needed. Kathleen Wilkinson
trahbrra: YOUNO. 4M Hill
TO SETTLE ESTATE needed a little wildlife. She
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT teaches. We sponsor or hire lot Dr. Chula Vi.... Calif.
Small, 2 bedroom home All of tV. above whoae laat 1 known didn't know it already had 1,200
Gulf. furnished. 10 minute walkto Enroll now for next class at arfdrfM atated. but present reelitairMi some. A phone call will bring a prompt
near $10,500. beach and stores Phone John E. McLaury Realtor ':10": unknown u diva and
. . She ordered 15 baby ducks. S&H Green Stamps with :
If uWitwd. th unknown .pou visit with and gift certificates .
488-3872. 262 South Tsmlaml Trail. Ph. helps dtvlaee*. ....ntoM or .0,.. maps
I Blocks from Shopping .. They arrived at her home each new tank Installed during ,
488-5551 or 488-5698. partlea alalmlnf .. throurh, under or t
Canter FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM aa-alnet eueh defandanta, If alive: and age 3 days. For five weeks the month of Decem from local businesses.

J bedrooms, 2 baths home. duplex, excellent location. YOUNG MAN to work in If dead rrantaea, their and unknown all partial helra.having lerataee.or or. she kept them huddled beneath ber. ,

$17,650.Good Close to beach and shopping. elalmlnf to hen any rljht. title orhitareet a bedroom lamp and
financing." Adults. Available Jan. 1st. plant regenerating water In the property herein deMribad. 12 of them survived. Then

. o Phone 488-1750. Write P. O. softeners. Y a a r around lot.I to, Block wit" 104, Renlat of BWV.10418J she let them out.
BYRON MARBLE Realtor work. Opportunity for ad. 118. VENEZIA PARK Ducks kept disappearing.One .
Box 1108.
BBCTION OP VENICE. aa Plat l
vancement. Contact Mr. R. per
Phone 488-4706 Book 1. Pace alt Piibllo R_.... day she noticed what appeared t
ONE ROOM EFFICIENCIES, Lemnltzer, 8:30-4:30: : at 281 oIy Baraiota County Florida.; to be a log trailingher I

V..... ...1It. eaacliaaUS JIt.IooroL by the season, on the TraiL So. Trail Venice.Situation . and notified'each that el mil NORVELL are herebyererallr C. waddlers. After that she leave the

BARGAIN a* BAST TOWS Phone 488.1224.FURNISHED BRYANT filed\ hie aworn complaint penned them up at night.
In th* Circuit Court of Baraiota
CALL. LOU JACOBS. 4M-IMT 1 BEDROOM Wanted County, Florida aa-alnat you and each But one night the duckswouldn't n ,, ;, 1';':';':';" ; II"Green's
of you ai CAadant.hlo to tel.utrbtbph0.0111rth..d... come home. About r aspirin

HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. Duplex. Seasonal or by ecrlbed real pp,port loeatad I In Bareaota 11 p.m., ahe says, she heard *Y
Buy for balance of more year.. Nokomis. Call 488-3912. NURSERY GOVERNESS, entire County, FloOds a great snorting, quacking to
charge children any You are herebr" required to file yourwritten commotion. She FuelOF us...
and small down rushed outside
gage pay.
SLEEPING ROOMS $12 per aiuwor or other defeneai to t ,
age. With or without light .... with tha Clark of til and found .
nent Pay balance as rent. laid .I.lnt seven very excited r +
week. Outside entrance Nokomis .......... 1
.Ittln
00 heating automatic. TeL housekeeping, or baby Circuit Court 1 In Florida ducks, and two dead FLORIDA I
area. Phone 488-3912. Excellent references. Call and to larva a true eopy thereof to V
4881321. HARRY A. YAHOER attorney for ones. DRIVE
evening 488-1662. plaintiff.I I Box SOS. Imle. Florida That did it. Mrs. Carter CORPORATION
Wanted To Rent on or before th* 10th day of January.1MB .
2 BEDROOM 2 Baths near or to Buffer inch complaint tob has appealed to the county
Gulf. 119 .* ..nf..... avalnct. yon and a Deere wildlife officer to make her
By appointment. UNTIL APRIL 1st in Ven Auto For Sale Pro-Confaiao entered thereon and 263 S. Trail Venice
Gulf St.. Venice.ATTRACTIVE ice. Furnished house 2 orS for aald action to proceed eiparteaaaln lake safe for her ducklings by NEW GAR
Phone
488.2271
t
yon.DONE
removing the original inhabitant
D U P L E X. bedrooms, in quiet neigh 1964 FORD GALAXIE "500" AND ORHr-RED this llth -
discriminating, day of December.. 1H4. an alligator.
borhood by
427 Engine Moor hard top
Furnished. Near beach and
town. Ideal income property.Call quiet couple. Write B.B., Box 4 on the floor, radio heater. W.Clerk A.of WYNNE.tha Crolut Court jRENTAL ,
746 Venice. Blue. 9,000 mile. Excellent By I _taft Coop WOLFER
owner. Sarasota 335-: Fuhllaht. Dag. MOTORS Inc. :=
condition. $2,700. Phone 474- 4,1111500.0.41The
4588. WANTED-ONE BED-ROOM Jan. RAMBLER DODGE

NEW HOMEIn apartment fairly new for 1613 Englewood. 1 "I5 S. Tamlaml Trail 488- 945-4884150

East Gate. 2 Br.. 1V4 Jan. monthly and Feb.,to 1965 responsible, around 1964 CHEVY 2 station wagon best known o/all silver SPECIALIST IN. .

Baths. New refrigerator $300 couple P. R. Olin c/o Box 6 cylinder heater luggage dollars sailed across the Rap- ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT LEASE or RENT
washer and dryer. Completely rack white. Guaranteed. pahannock River-if we believe -
276 Venice. Fla.Business I Brake Repair Lubricate Chassis
well shrubbed.CALL draped.. Large lot. mis$1,950. Phone 488-4212 Noko George the Washington.stories about young Front End Alignment Oil Change DAY WEEK MONTH YEARESUL'S .

488-4242 or 488-4730 Personals Front End Overhaul I Adiust Headlights Beami '

Wheel BalaneltKi Electrical Repair

HOUSE FOR SALE 712 Dressmaking etc. Reasonable alterations, .. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or StandS Rent-A-Car
draperies,
Groveland Ave. Looking '
S Radio Repairs
Trammiulon Repair
for a real bargain? Here it 4811138TYPEWRITERS e 196$
II. Small down payment and and Adding AlrcondHloninq Repair and Installation 215 S. TRAIL PH. 488-4541 '

balance as rent. All furnish Machines (mechanically operated .
ed. New central oil heating, Chemically cleanedlike

modern kitchen, 2 bedroom. new.) Just $12.50 plus DISTINCTIVE LARGER ,

Tel. 4881321. parts if required. All 211 makes.N. Nevv' Real I C
Venice Stationers Estate
Lots For Sale
Venice Ave. 4884113.BOOKKEEPING Year .I ornerD I

THREE LOTS FOR SALE- Income w' t I
Venice Area South Unit No. Tax State-Federal Wage Out thanks for . t

10 18717 18718, 18719 Reports. Personal Typing, Q 11. youe Valued friendship t '10I -:

1000..Write Box 27, Rogers your home, Champion typist d j ARE YOU A HANDY MAN7171 .
City experience Nominal I INTERESTED I
Michigan. SO ?
years
Fee Charles Z.. Nelms. 1752 And In need of a 4-bedroom, 2- ath home? Living room

'IINICI 1IIIIDSNt.1 I.OT1l Banyan: Drive, Venice Fla. dininCJ room, kitchen, 2 fitepl.ces. On paved street near
Venice ausiNens IITIII H N W I
OWNBR LOU JACOBS. ..*-..., Phone 488-5254. m men-Realtor' ahool church and shopping .t low prIce of $5,000. ,


Real Estate REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Choice Venice Gerdena lot 0 close to Trail . $1,800. f ,'Ii!

SHEPARD Agtttf for Western UnIon Teletnph For Rent 3 room Apt $100 month for wInter t..

VENICE Seagrepe: GARDENS.Road 6 single 4 lots or LUMBER CO. Monday thru Friday 9 to I: Stturdty to I HAZEL I. CONN ;:

duplex, Brlarwood Road on 1003 N. Washington Blvd. CLOSED SUNDAYS I,
lake. Sacrifice. 488-6039. na. REAL IITUa saoRn GALE a DUJt1f Ararw

Senate I HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TAIn4'BfAIL 5055T5 orss CLass .... Corona: n.&. ;4Dw !:

F. H. A. HOMES call 111.,1// ,; \
DOOR PRIZESFOR I
FROM $100 DOWN ELLIOTT PAUL

As low as $45 month for

CRIfS JOHNSON. Realtor ROOFTRUSSES ,
FOR SALE
Managing Broker for Venice Alum. Windows I Doors. SALE OR AUCTION New and Used I Furniture, CITY OF VENICE COMPLETELY FURNISHED DUPLEX has two .y

Area W.FHA Venice HomesSOt Ave. Contract Roofmq I Painting Appliance, Bedding; Televisions New end Used I Electrical bedrooms, living room, khS K

Phone 488-2241 phone 488-1132 VeniceServices I Fixtures, Smell Hand'nd Electrical Teols and 3 BEDROOM 2'/ BATHS 2 Bedrooms Living Room chen end bath carport,
Many. Other Items Too Numerous To Mention.STOIt6 .
fu Rent
completely .
Rentals HOURSt } to 5:30: DAILY CLOSED SUNDAY FLA. ROOM AIR CONDITIONED Kitchen Dinette Tile Bath at '$75 per : :t' Make

MODERN bath $2,200 Terrazzo Floor $ ,SOO. $900 yearly Income. .Sellsfor
TWO ROOMS gown;
UNITED DISCOUNT AUCTIONINC. _
and lot. LOT MOWING $15,500 a
garage on one acre GRADING.No : I,
Venice area. $30 month. One AND GULF REALTY MAatTtXiV STANOKfSJALTOB
small.
or C. RAEBURN r'
to large FRANK
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Reasonable prices and Auction Ever, Wednesday And Saturday REALTOR SM w. Taaaaa AFk. .

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him Th* M.... Sho 17-11. BaPelntlni .... Venice Indiana lost laurel for the w: |
;1;" Cyro's Lanes I6V1H4. SoarbMrUtt11 TII. 26 71 d ;. ,. High's Indiana will Next action tInlnl 1Ivt,
I +%. Th. Glaoei and Vnle their third straight basketball for the !
1 '. Lumber tied ll-tO. Ctrl Ca..... 114, return to the basketball wan varsity will be the neIi...
I TVa ... Faint 1.291with Ui* Phil BherMa" 110. Blllr Mow tOWll tonight at the Rivervlew gymnasium decision Friday night when HoUd.,
,j kl". of Frank. GI)laaoaa ..... Do.. Dy Harold -.... SIHWUIU for Ml. t tournament: I In Sarasota l>
I'. .... S04 sad Larry O Brlea I 111. Rowland. Chapman Ml-tOL Gerry + when they meet the the Naples Eagles took aneasy SI and Jan 1 > t .
i Anchor Oil tolled 107e .ana; TomCnooh I5.k. ton."' Jar _..... 101, Vie Mo i Rams at m. in the open J5-41 decision In a non-
Bear War Cleaner.. 1111| Dei Cial. 8<'1. 5001 P..sl 10.. Bill 74.. sir 7J' r
i I ,: Roberta. Carpet Onler, IUI! Bill Vaa M 104. Pad e1n.h. 100. E.sll ing game the annual Holiday conference game played at The average
I t Howe, Florida PI.. Mobil Horn.* MOO.. .. 100, Hurb" ....,... '.T. B.. Tournament.Both the VHS gym. hel.ht at
tall Anchor OH 1.61 Bundle* ry Waak.... 101. Bill 1Iod.... III eucalptus trees In AlI8trll!
1 { I (lewood Halt Hoaa* Il-i4. t1o.E T.., ..._ 111 Pad Y..1a 104. teams are oft to a dismal Big Steve Clark paced the forest belt Is 150 feet 's
i rinai Mobil Ron Court D... Ch... 101. Rick Hubert 101. start In the 1M449: sea Naples attack with 23 polnta,
I ahor, 011 eO-tl. tarpet' Onter SMI. earl Bird* U. Rwllbrr, Lend O'
=-
and Xaer Way Cleanera It-lT. .. $un. 17li, Leal 1101... Tb. RcjortShop. son. Venice has dropped all 13 of them coming in the opening -
ler *f the work., lUrlrr Landnina.awl 171-41. ; Art Ru .'$ Venle three start, while Rivervlew period when his team for an
. !. h..... Hem. Ladle Oa. Co., 111-114! Venrle Gu Co. 641.
'. .1, Jean rrualnl. Wood a Gooktall Th. Roort 8hoa t6t. Btnndlnni. has won only one of five took a 18-11 lead.
.1 1 Lounca 17*l Sharon Bart.ll I Mar Crali'. Founome 44-11, Oo-Op) 8tntton game played to date. Venice outscored the visitors enloyable GOLF
Mac, 441 Jack Rlebl Priming. f4la 41-17, Venlc Co. I8u-I4y5 v
1 lea
'" .d 11.4. litejidlntol Mel Rebber. I..on. Hu-rl.it.I Hendrli.tf MAIN hath*, The winners of tonight'sdoubleheader by a 17-11 margin In the day of
i : .- Il-ll. Mer M. 11'>1..17'. 4 andAnno. vlll.; 161. Glnnr l 170-471. Bar will meet to- Final quarter, but the damage _
: {I' Apparel 10'>1..1.. ... BowlM etIke Ch.io...._. to*. Sid Frailer 104. EdGerberlch
.1 week" IlaiT La. Dnea.Meedr 111. morow night for the champ had been done. TRYSARASOTA
t Inannna* Leaxn Marr B...'... I......* Atmrr KaFrr .7 ionship. Jerry Hawks was top scor-
I I Baien. Land O Bun. 1711' IsLed r* *. Whlmkeri' Kola; KI_ Ill111 -
J I ,. .. e'for the Indians with 14
Gratia. O | Clarenc* Whlteaker "" KI. 1004,
+ A\ McUow.ll. Trail B.unL'u.d,.,. !" Wolferi Martlnl.liiami.. St.ndlnr.1. 4 SOLD MAN BE SAVED points GOLF
t ,I .1 ..d...| Clareno. Greene. Land 0 Duncan CnerroM 4D-11, Whlteaker'I ..!C; CLUB
: r. 1 Koln .. 17-81. Bill Phillip. Ford MIAMI (CAP) Newspaper The Venice Jayvee posteda
tj I J M TalllsI. .IL..undnu2AN1.68t.ndInol. 564$ 8.., W7ekd170' Jackie Swensk was 48-40 victory over the Naples DAILY GREEN OA AA
Jt .; :I Trail Coin LaundiT IH-14. Boutb Ven.Iro F29n;.. 177 Annie Gerack 111, Jo ,; carrier boy Gary
"I'' to their FEES . . .
Yacht, Club M-M and 8o A 604E IIowa.. att* Hendrix 1K1-KII Emma Vmrl 171. to two win
Bp.ls bt sDIsr man and season's mark Just Of Be* Ridge
.. _. Jan* IM. '. capsized dumping a Rd.
.f u.e w.1, G asd cr
Iotr""I' tallied -
," .1 "' Bonnie Bella 14.4M. i several children in the water. and a loss John Pitcock South of Saraut
** no....... Ml.*! Jun* Mirtln 8atava IM-tl' Jim 81kora ?i!' ,, the victims 18 points to gain scoring or
.. Gary helped V-d _
Wulflne;. Rnalewool Saving* Loan, HI. St Howm IM ( _
;I to* nnd 118! Le* Bmbet, pm ofEnilewood Bowler *T la* HMlta-.All "_... ashore and then asked the
to* and tol for En.lewood of the WeHi" for the montli of Mo. I
++ .,..1... A Loan '27 and I l(0.Itandlnnt ....'- will bowl for the "Bowler' of CONGRATULATIONS IN ORDER Ctoli Hodges was named an end on the little All- man if he would sign up fora -Th. GONDOLIER Venice, Fla.. Won. Dee 28, ;19(4jea
RcJ' E.UI 17- the Month" dune opea bowline /ranDm. 13-week subscription to the
Don Baall *
I 19. Knabtwood 9..In09 Loan. HH10H CO lo DM. II. Hodges, lf, and Bruce MacDonald eon- State fint team, the tint Indian gridder to be Miami News."Thirteen -
t and HaM Water 1121.Bowlera New V... In P.rtr R* rralkm. -
Cap
5 of th* ...... Jan. Wulllnf. for th* Gala New Y_.'* IT gretulaf..ech other after being signed to so honored. MacDonald It a tackle. Justifiably weeks T I'll signup

and Le Brobet.EdnVaej I Rowllnv Partr, ar available ber at full granf-in-aid athcltlc icholanhip Mm- proud of hit two players i. Coach Jim Powell, for 13 years!" exclaimedthe
leatw Mrakka Lanea Fun. favor*. FREE
j Kay Frra Oradal tiourbeer Ineerenc Tile*, Ilk- GAMES", ._1" may 2 a>h ".1.., phi. Stat and Florida Stat,, respectively.Both shown' her with the two future college stare. grateful and dripping

Sprite 1U and* 10111 101 tar 8ourbr>7t __Tile, Hamlet t 4i.fttaadlniai PUNCH BREAKFASTI....I..* and PANCAKE mad. Mvwal area .11."" team andWHAT'S boatman. 'SIll fOR RCF(

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Shoe* ..... M-I7, Dire.NJe
I I Apt. ".11.; Bourbenr Tile St-M
and Soother* Bread 114*. Bowler of Tie

,4. "."iZTl BerefTr?' _ft. Und J Venice Places Three-Way AnthonyHarmonSeniors'

Hnrrw 1(1 and 41'*. M,k. Graff 451, -
Mike. Bchaoe I.,. Diepetcherl. 71*. In LVWGA Event
t Bherifh! tOCt. Bowlei* y t a..ki..n0.: Sue Roth" Four OnConference Winners
Kltanrdlne. MY
Bill Phillip. Ferd Mined on
\ t W. T. G.....'.. IM and 110! o Dulcle Wright. Fran Naeg-
4.1, Bill _.rlold. Terminal Tranport ale and Em Rohmann tied
t tOil Al Calla_ V..,.. raJnera (771Oeonr The Seniors' Monday MornIng .
; I W. T. Grant'*. 111! LINE for first place in the Class A,
j 1 l I! W. T. Granf* Ml and 1354 "Stand- 11 18-hole division of the low net Breakfast Group at the
.. ... T. T.
: hunt Oleon Bakery Golf
1 I Lake Venice Club played
Grant* .6'4-nH and Terminal Iran. tournament held Wednesday
l' im-t7M. Bowlera at th* week.KHa a Scotch two-ball match
port by the Lake Venice Woman's
::1 I I : Bnrdln* and Geonre Nlchola.MaaeaM Fullback John Henne, quarterback this week. There were 20
: Golf Assn.
1 at
I Wive* Gertrarf KlarilWarder I Lake Venice
.. Tarpon Center Marina Issued and color. Through long experience Ray Joelson, right
'I'' \ 1 *. UO end 4tlt W. ... T77 Golf Club with 75' pair In contention. Each
'I 1 I and MIL gtaadlnrel Warden' 40-II. a riot call last week announcing this has proved to halfback Paul Peden and player drove oft from all tees
.1 Matron 11-10 and Sentinel N-tT.: ) that the Miss be the best collect right end Charlie Hodges rep Deadlocked for the runner-
to
.1 1 Bowler. of the We*. Tab Matter.Maa.nl Judy way a after which one of the two
resent Venice on the coach.es' up spot were Kay Wanama.ker
3 Lean Wood Drak was approaching with two school. drives selected as in
I was
1 I ",,.... tit and lift Square. 8M Confer. and Terry Hatton, both
. of All-Whit Sands
Take
cr and Ml*, "CKnndlnni Rnfflan IK.tt, giant turtles and by a square canvas with 77's. play and alternating shots for Insured Accountsor
Oa/tnaMil 17-M and Maaten 17-tl. scratching off from Englewood and spray color on it with a ence team announced made until ball was in the us Savings
'I
Bowie d tn* Neck Woody Prake.Bia this In the nine-hole division,
1 cutting through fields, child's water pistol. Or just I
Benearer American Oil Mlied for Gold Seol Home FinancingSARASOTA
I
Class honors
'; illNd Bale, Willow. Lane ("_rt. swamps and odd real estate fling it with an old mop. week. .I A went to Bee cup.The winning twosome was
041 Bruce CaMw.ll. a..... Stewart with 37. In second
a
Hodges r eceived
chase the and
cats
complexes, managed to neighbor's
we Chuck Harmon
CttrM,* tol and John Devon John Anthony and
Grove Clip "'16! Hit Willow Lane arrive in time to see a gory dogs over it for a few days, 1 further place was Thelma Demarestwith I with a score of 42. Tied
+ Cast KIT nnd 14111 Oror* City "88" . honors when a 41. Barbara Hackett
Wll.Inw sight that of a dissected and let the garbage man takea for second at 43 were George
"' tXnadlnmt Grov Clip U-tt
? Lane Court I1U-IT4' and Mar1! turtle. I don't exactly recommend whack or two at it. WhenIt J ... It', *)ie was namedto was tops In Clare B with a Fissler and Brian Heise; Arthur
0
Flower Know M>4-t*>4. Bnwlei of th* '' 42, while Edie Westfall and
flanker
like has achieved :a

1 I I 1 J werkt Nedra* e< the Batea Mealk nnd John. Winner Dwreau.Bewler -. Fore dinner.something I had mine this much be- a piece of art, let full it status dry, and as ,.;:;: ....'J'1: post on the Betty O'Shaughnessy tied for min. Hackett Fourth and place H. with Benja a [C? [gQg[ [ 3Gad[
i second with 449.This
ferry Tonjmodore" 05..s. th* later, and swallowed lower it carefully Into some first team of .
every. \1 score of 44 went to Gene Ray-
ji troth? for the now with Ml with :
handicap. and Carl Miller ..m. ,laaeoand thing at least ten times at clear water maybe down :;; the Little All- week's event will be burn and W. F. Grant saving and loan association

wfth litflertrnd* Kla.k won: near the Venice Yacht Club Mate:\ equad.: an all-Iron tournament.The .
I the women'. dlvUioa I with (21 and that.The I ....
ReJea Fr sdt plaord. aaoond with 171. turtles were caught by . Within a few minutes, ; He was the pD0AR1= SOUTH.,CAtt 0M _CWFWTI. ..,0.A a m t..KIKIReversecycle :. w
r
I the J.nlmIHTt.lon Kathr Wll! m I Henna first Indian fresh-water snail The Loxahatchee National
l' I. ... clrki with .0' aa4 MUM. Tom Ford owner of a trailer a large school of Gallery large ,
i I ... .h. lop with J5. park and restaurant north of Groupers will collect, their footballer ever to be selectedon pomacea caliginosa, is found Wildlife Refuge is a 228-

,.:' 1 I j. Laurel . He goes out on tails waving slowly I theirmouths the first team. Bobby Harrison only in the shallows of per square-mile water wilderness 4

J .! the Miss Judy, and remarkedthat opening and shutting. made the third team manent freshwater marshes southwest of Palm Beach.

Myakka Lanes it was one of the rough While in this trance they can backfield last year.

est days he'd ever seen out. be netted, but the meat of Joelson and Peden were
l
'1d I a.p.l., R-t.rt7n.r CLrp. The fact that he was the only this fish tastes strongly of given honorable mention on

j ..d.. P..0. Hood'. Dale. 164- one who got TWO turtles is Venice Turpentine. the Little All-State team, af-

*M, Wlllard Bbfrberd. . Flrmt National a bit unusual. He to ter receiving similar recognition
plans use .
..... tU-WI' Mret. National ....k .
'M, Vealee-Nokomk. Bank 7L all the meat from them, and on the All State team
Etandlaini Dtandnrd H..t,.. tVrrte. keep the shells as trophies. For a minute, let us strayto along with guard Bib Somers
: J-1 '", Il-ll. Hood". D.irr U'Vt2H.' Vrnlr. the subject of cats I was ,
I' \ i .-... ".13. Polio Hendenoa 108, taught them on 100 pound and Hodges. The All-State
y I Sha-ler" Smith lit I Wiln Boon. 1011; test line with a stout saltwater talking to Wally Devlin and squad includes players from
Han Krnkman 110 Jo* Caw or. Ted Larsen originators of the
: ,
.t all classes of schools including
'I U4-I1I. Ed Ronh 18;. pole and reel.
+ )Of" ,1 Mu.100 All..- Idle. 11.2. Reminded me of the good Inter City Kitty Rental, Class AA The Little All-
: Dwnm... .....lk'. Y.177.. which Is an Ideal for our
way
f I 'f 1461 L.1.. Y..... 141-7681. 6IonaIs. ol 'days at Tarpon Center State excluded only Cross; AA 1
winter visitors to have the
-- f .. Entk..d. Waah 029. 68.16; when someone would bring ina from its team.DRIVEIN.
our. Uud e. 29227, 1I..h"" :. comfort and convenience ofa
.
i Ir' I. -...... 2911. 1.. ear_ 162. 300 or 400-pound grouper or
P.l.s..... 0." .. 160.444 24.V ....Itb a bunch of sharks. We'd cat during their stay with. BOAT-IN
1610, .a17155' oat' ., ran. out the heartbreak and workof
I' I 6.L/l 0565. C..dlt/29.: lang them on the tournamentrack CHURCHES
I, II.... Dok.. V-k. FI.. 0.5.9 and people would finding a place for it when
_. 147...., "huek Ta.Ior. ...d'.... all the come they go. A nice clean opera. LOUISVILLE AP) z/4
from Sarasotaand
I Fin e.nM.ti.n.Dept, .O'IW 8.021.- I 6r.: .,Veniw Dry. Englewood way when the tion, just rent a cat, by the Churchgoers In two Kentuckyareas

wall C55.n5bs. 1996. 6tandinwlI word day week or month. Soon now have new con.
was spread to get their I Sgt'EST5C
I R.dlnd C".IIOII $9.19 $0.50'I .
the country will be dotted venience. A drive-in church
I N.tb291 Bank 6241 2plttl.r Rrs., picture with the fish. One NEaSnM'f
guy
I J I rrw.1I 12.... 91.4 N.I.... 200 Pou'' who with this fabulous franchise recently began operations In {
1'1.' too, Holt B_. 101. I6tk r.... never even caught the operation . and it might be Louisville! and a weterslde r .r. %
.
.
.
: 801. 31. 8.sd.n I\! Chet 0-.r. tarpon was photographed and
and Bill B.... pl.kd. lIP tho .1..... ordered and re-ordered possible to rent other inter. service is conducted for boaters
i Ian.-Ible 1-.0 .pU" prints esting creatures like mice at Lake Cumberland in
I ,
05.... .
1. 06705 a.1 WInd 1W. for a couple of years He
ti
: flea 15..118.1 1.n 6971, 850t.'. had fine fish crocodiles, and piranhas. southern Kentucky.
a to
i B.fw.n 504 Gulf; 051.4 M.ri. story go
I I 1 1701. B.ndlnp, Fall.'. P.dwten.red with it even though he'd never ;
Tay;. Hardw.... b 4t
tlool .7. 42'4.
........ been out on the Gulf.
IIh. k. ..''; .1311' ,_'.
r 1.1.... **',4474. Art, Rosen t18. YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn
,f. Wox 114, Vi. M.C.ln 106 3
rh: "IIo We had some interesting
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210 Fad" T-l. 2n.. 9111 I If 4
\ !Ilahl! comments on the reclassification !
159201. Caell 10.4. 1104, 'Ick 17844.,0t.t
"..1.. 100., Auto Insurance
of
f t our tourist Ameri-
cewn./ n .
I Marr Beards.I
... .. 191...., lob. V cana . and it brought to I. LOW RATES
t I I.... Ctn.111 ... .. ;
.I R ghl. 10C.aU.. mind one type that we all 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
: Fn.k Fo"" 186. M..I., D... u..
!
' { 7,5.75 "'..k. Ch.... Bullock know. I happened to visit the 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY

.A \f a 121 B., :.I V29/n.Rs::"; U7i!...7tJ":.".II... Plrot'i Asolo Theatre Wednesdaynight

i! t ,. F5.. .1; 65,759. I..9 11'1i, Est and found a couple of
I .i r'0'.1' ,,0'.. .. ="' 101.169i specimens gazing at the
I i tl" ; Pint 0..;.,. 8
51 f 1..n. 209N/7; 8.ndlnnt rl.s Pd Rembrandts and the Solo -
nl & A L.., 5t
I l..bsy mons there.
1 .r.'I =
j Rwlt I s. I .. Nun..
1 "*' .'III; ,. II.... Cw..4 I I". La )1.5I .' The name of the Fish Is _
I 1 I i. t''I{ has 111 F..._ H..ka 100. 3... the GALLERY GROUPER, _
I I p I a (U I; i("' Ib.1429.":I71., n.P..a. ....01.. 177. 101,111., and he's tagged scientificallyas 116 W. Venice Avenue '

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.; I _N.r.la M.... M.._.,....'... Al. Telephone: 488-2289 Electric
I CaadIUonl.. t24-66', L.rr J.1.. Nobody would ever miss AirconditioningWARMS
{ 7 !' 1. .n' Al. C29t.nl 1 P.sdpt. Ins. 27.; the spectacle of a Gallery
650' Ensl.wn5 .;. .
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"" .. Grouper m action. This fish
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I, I: & I. 1"--Cw.f..: .Ate.....Conditionin..50.7.11: Air "on.,1 P..1 seems to be intrigued by line \ In WINTER a COOLS In SUMMER

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11 7 7 r.n.50. n.4-.. 491.0. 148 now cost little than
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t 74 i 217 fat 02', Y09N1.n,C...... 606, unit*. So the heating feature is practically this truly modern doubU blessing. See
Puh" M..ht! 2662. .,417,099 vO your
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I Pre or conditioning
j w. 81.0.7 5-11, Hml'. ".Irp .. electric rate reduction COB
'i I.Rp J505.,. (our 4th major price tractor today.
I, 1 Ile.. C.dInd : ;t"i\:; : cut in 10 years) makee year-round electric '
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ji ei lI.m G00re 102. Phil 81..14.. 216 air conditioning the biggest bargain ever.,
Pr.4" W..I.h 120. r.-.... I.4Il5" 110.
12 IF : Vwk.N.5.s1. B..k'. G... A D1.. You save space and the extra cost of Ise
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6 I i L H..drl. C.s.en.N29 ..' .tlt/,. 2756 fort in summer and warmth in winter. J'
cozy
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+ ,I 7 I, .129..1 L." wfah..'. :I.... round electric air conditioning is flame-

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