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 31, 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: VID00264
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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w. EARL ACMANN komis while Venice was being while the Fire Department, 31 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS r
DECEMBER
built) and he returned to under Chief Julius R. (Bud) VOL 20, NO. 103 S PAGES VENICE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ,

hough the Venice area his old position later in the Divine, is also functioning efficiently .

nued its phenomlnal year. .
'\Ji, both numerically and The City of Venice did the Early in January the West
omlcally the past year, greatest dollar volume of Coast Inland Navigation
will probably be revered business in its 38-year history District appropriated $62,945 For
principally M a during the fiscal year for the extension of South Circus Poised OpenerThe

of adjustments, of com- ending June 30, 1964, yet Harbor Drive through Venice .
ons, gathering up off managed to come out more Municipal Airport tying in
ends and preparing than $50,000 In the black. City with the Caspersen propertyto
her year great achlev- services also kept pace with the south

|.I tin 1965.r the city's growth Comprehensive Plan ,
the future does look Record Tax Ron Before the paving could be gala premier of the vaHa Germany, France, big their talents to bring; to brought to the entertainment. sembled Into is one tops production.Each in its particular

[ptionally bright. The The tax roll for 11)64) reach done, however, the approvalof Greatest Show on Earth!: at England, Sweden and Den- the United States and Canadaone seeking public group endeavor and still
yean of battling heavyc ed a record $24587720 as the Federal Aviation Agency the Venice winter quarters mark, Australia, China, Japan of the greatest spectacles Never Before of I have subjugated their
: on U. S. 41 the yean against $23418000 for 1963, had to be secured and arena Saturday and Sunday, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, that even the "Big One," in Never has such an array they specialty to become a partof
( portion of the high- and the council again held the this meant securing a strip Jan 9-10, will spotlight a Spain and many other court I Its 95 year history, has world-wide talent been as- the giant spectacle which ,

between Sarasota and tax rate at 18 ft mills. of 1010 feet of beachfront veritable "United Nations"of tries, to say nothing of more Ringllng is presenting this :.
c* teemed to be alwaysup The $566.000 modernizationand from the federal government, the top talent of circus- than a hundred American t year. :
; the several years expansion of the Venice the establishing of proper doro performers from all over our Two of the world top animal ,-
i the AAA thought; it beat Water Works is practically zoning of the airport prop Spectators at the premierof own nation acts are featured One f
ute southbound travelers completed. The new well erty and the completion of an the 95th annual productionof However, despite the wide from Poland and stars Adela
,gh the center of the field and the extended water airport plan of operation. Rlngling Bros Barnum &: variance of ethnic backgrounds ag Smteja with her seven lions
has ended. Bailey Circus will be watch- and many language And from Germany I
mains have been In operation All these requirements t and a tiger. -
5. 41 Four-Lining Done for some time and nothing have now been completed and Ing top circus acts from 35 barriers difference-In to native say nothing customs of ,a'gtt; 'r, Charley Baumann and .i
scattered
August this year the remains but to put the new Youngberg said work on the different countries ? his eight tigers also are featured
,1 Construction i Co, of water softening plant into grading and paving of the all around the globe all the performers toward are r c;p ry in the big cage. Both '
land, completed the last. operation (scheduled sometime new road is expected to start There are performers from pulling together All combin-a ) t tat performers take the attitude :
i,lie stretch of four-laning in the next few weeks) soon Hungary. Poland, Czechoslo- single goal are they are trainers rather than n

een Blackburn Point to give Venice one of the The make-up of the council tamers, t
1 and Eagle Point in most modem water plants in changed slightly shortly before Polish horses and bears j
rd time Now tourists can Florida. the year-end when Councilwoman South 40 Axed will share the spotlight with .:
01?1 from one end of Sara- The reorganization of the Blanche J. Cell re- Charlie Moroski's famed
County to the other over Police Department under signed in November to take King Ranch Liberty Horsesand :
de, smooth highway that I Chief John C Shockey has over management of the Ven- a crump family from :
credit to any county in been working out smoothly ice Municipal Trailer Park Germany will be on hand to
da. and former Councilman David Almost To Zeroed amuse children of all ages.

i e nationwide publicity S. Hamilton was appointed One trapeze flying act is 1

iI being given Venice by ElectionSet by Mayor Smyth D Bro d X00914 bat from Australia and one frm I
premier performance of hard to serve out the year. The revised plans for the ." Brohard said eo heave ;; yt' South America, from Britain

Ringling Bros Barnum &: He was elected for the remaining drastically curtailed South Presently occupying rented nip or oq+Kf Mao a, comes the Stephensonfamily
cv 1963 show is also 19 two years of Mrs Sarasota County Courthouse space in Venice are a health *tec bpob'w9ub and their renowned '
'.d to make the country Jan. Cell!'s term in the December branch will provide space only office, an office of regulatory dogs, from Madrid single .tr3'
cious of the fact that election for the county services now services constable and justice trapeze acts that are unbelievable .
ice is now the winter The special election for Councilman E. S (Bill) available in rented quarters, of the peace.Whoopee even after you have
ten of that great circus the disputed District 2 constable Raymond also was reelectedfor plus the health center, Mayor I 4.. seen them in the air; Japan v:ti\
a point of interest to post has been set for another four years. Thus, Smyth D. Brohard said e4_, vvrt4rt a sends a head-jumping marvel t'"4'
'its -TIIea.". Ja.. n, by the the Council for 1965 will be yesterday All Night and so it goes throughout '
addition The GONDO- Sarasota County Commission made up of four experiencedmen which eliminatean the performance I \
a promising sign for The plans, All the performers and animals ':
Eve
Rs special circus and entire wing of the propos OK New Year's 1
Mrs. Virginia Meade, progress with the circus appearin
-away edition will carry ed building, were prepared r.
story of the area's many supervisor of registration Beaotlflcatlon after the county commissionIn Taverns In the City of Ven- the principal spectacle this
client to thousands of for Sarasota County, said, The beautification program a reversal of its previous ice will be allowed to remain ,. > year: wta circus version" of"The ; .
Mrs Celll will be of Oz, A
started by petite
iiemers and everything today the registration books stand voted to pare down the open all night on Thursday,
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\tt to 1965 being the great.year for people wishing to register carried on and amplified. In because the costs ran New Year's Eve t'' t acrobat is transformed into "' .
fact, one of the last acts of space Dorothy and a famous Polish
in the Venice area'sit to vote in the special some $50,000 more than the Venice Mayor Smyth D
the councilwoman before resigning clown assumes the role )f "
Thursday
election wilt close on "
estimate. said council was Q1
architect Brohard city ,t
that the lion. The
to the
see cowardly complicated
I back to a brief reviewe Dee. II was its usual policy in 1
of the original following
Results of the Nov S Canary Island date' palms removed Knocked out production features !i-v--
past year, noteworthy the bars to remain
East Venice plans were a public meeting allowing t fantasy-land floats '
election, with Caiger leadIng from numerous if'
i civic, economic and cull the holiday.
1 growth. Taylor ky only 14 votes, Avenue to make way for the room for the commission and open Venice on Police Chief John _._.,---_d and costuming that takes its 'l

vie wise the year started were Invalidated by Circuit high-level bridge over the Inland the offices for the commissioners of registration,, Shockey said anyone needinga READ! READ! READI! And that's what over 600 youngster colors from all the hues of .
replanted - supervisor the rainbow. t
with the resignation of Judge Robert E. Hentley in waterway St Mark were Square. tax assessor, tax collector ride home could call the police at the Venice Elementary School did. As a tribute to Circus Ballet 1. t
Planning Director Pauloungberg as the result of a protest by station on Thursday night known clown who visited the
Internationally
The work on the Intra- deputy clerk of the county Emmett Kelly, The aerial ballet combines Ii:
effective April Taylor left off whose one of name the voting was coastl Waterway was carried court and the welcome station and an officer would be dispatched school children recently, each child who reed at least one both the usual graceful web II .

machines la Precinct t,' forward as planned during to provide this service . book was allowed to sign the mammoth scroll, which measures routine that has become a
ounjberg resigned to moan the year and after a "That leaves us with the He emphasized this particular over 12-feet long. Shown holding tha scroll are, clockwise Ringling Bros Circus trade 1 .,
out-of town offer His Englewood is not
service
number of consultations between same services we now have a general Mickie Allen Charles Hancock mark with of ballet
rt, however still remain- There win be polling policy of the police but from left, Lee Goodman, a troupe t
those
South the city, the WCIND and with none of we Chamberlin and Diana Bond. (Continued on pi ge 2)
n the Interests of his na- places In the six been promts- Just for this holiday. John Henry, Mike .
need and had
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French for the benefit of The same view was voles It's only fair that young don the new acts are mak
that full houses for all four clean-cut young performers should help each "We have had several 'JrIng.
Hie cause of world friend- Seats for the preview are ." their American listeners ed by Marek Mecner, 23- people
performances are in prospect other whatever national. of them in our home and
minimum of $25 for. year-old acrobatic team .
of these
j p is getting a big boost going at a They're all serious about who know any
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most of them neither smoke
this bustling Florida re-- and some reportedly are showing, sign tongues the new leader "We are most pleased ity.
their first public <
acrobats, aer- i iTheir
The gifted is established drink ,
tcity. bringing $1,000. The preview the generation of circus artists to assist such a wonder. New College or 1\
>ven 100 spectacular clr- will be held the night ialiats, clowns and animal of and the understand benefit although purpose spoke freely of the New ful enterprise He was with the aim to give the lack of understanding .;

5 performers from behind before the circus opens its trainers are almost beneficiaries the agesof there's hardly an English- College dress-up performance seconded by his petite wife, most promising of the na of English requires arduous
their American who doubles his tion's students an unexcelled rehearsals at the
in Venice. Alice, as
edition .
nn Iron for Curtain their are United pre- 95th The circus will begin Its Coming from the speaking member of the "We are proud to help aerialist and also has the liberal arts and science Winter Quarters site of the I
( state circus schools of poland group education that will fit them college benefit. With justa
four in the Wizard
with said role of Dorothy -
tes! debut to assist regular season Speaking In mixtures of other students, Zyg-
'erlcan students performances on Jan 1 and Czechoslovakia and Polish Russian, German or munt Zakiewics.M of Oz Grand Parade. for a productive role in to- week until their debut, ,:
which the regular Hungary, they are among They agreed that "The morrow's world. the performers are spend. sIng
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the stars of the circus Polish Nokomis
view! established prices of $150to Ringling show and our Mr. speaking hours walking through
of the 1965 Ring-
will prevail The that veterans are calling Rhodin should be much resident Felix Kwleclnskl. the .
Bros $3 50 key production number
l Barnum It: Bailey show
the "greatest the
make
thanked for their help. who has helped
reported
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liege on Jan. 8 at Winter seats
going One said: "We've never acrobat barely 20. said: confirmed the good impres Or t
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I I II VINCENT R. DeVINE of Jacksonville Beach; his had been a patient for three
1 I ", ENGLEWOOD Vincent mother, Mrs Ella Smille of days (Continued from page 1) been built In the area during funds will be 'started shortly teed on small businessmen.The ad branch
R. DeVlne, 72, of the Quit i Alfred, Me., and four broth. Mr. Gatschene was born in and the State Road Department the :year and the present after the first of the rear . . Welcome StatloQ hon.e
I} to Bay Trailer Park, died ers, Everett Smille! of Cali- Ontario Canada, and came the problems of rights. record of building permits in The Venice schools also only "fly in the oint "South 40." III
l'' I Saturday at the Venice Hospital. fornia, Gerald Smite of Alfred to Venice seven years ago of-way In the city and who the office of Building Inspector have had a very successful ment" in an otherwise most nil was
Y Kerwin Smtlie of Alfred from Youngstown, Ohio, was to pay for the moving of Guy E. Curwood indicates year with new additions to successful :year was the decision polntm.nt to a Kea
'i# A native of Stamford, and Elwyn Smllie of Kenne- where he owned and operated I public utilities were successfully building construction in the the Venice Elementary of the Sarasota County South Cocab.v 1
.. ; Conn., he moved hen in 1957 bunk, Me.Fun.ral. a photography business settled to the satisfaction City of Venice for the year School as welT aa Junior Commission last week to facial put it BM II ins
,. from New services were held He served in the Army Air the $2.771- High and Venice High School. "m
Haven, Conn. Mr. of the city officials.As I will nearly equal scuttle most of the arch atop the
1 .j i I' DeVine had retired after M Tuesday at 1 pm. at the Force in World War One, and a result, work on the 642 mark hung up in 1961. Remaining bonds were paid tect's plans for a much-need. Ice area h 19th"aC u...7
I'' yean as a salesman for Rawles Funeral Home Chapel was a member of the Epiphany $9,000,000' trio Of bridges in That was the year the two Off on the $28,000 VHS athletic
: I Swift and Company New in Englewood with the Rev. Catholic Church, the the city has started, as well shopping centers were builtas field Venice High grad 2-Tha GONDOLIER Venice. Fla. Thus, Dk
,I l Haven.. Arlstodemo Rodriquez, of the Knights of Columbus, Venice. ss the construction of the U. well ae a large number of uated a record 150 seniors In II,
I Ii I He was a member 6f St. Epiphany; Catholic Church, Nokomis Lodge No. 1894, S. 41 bypass road from Eagle reildences. June and the Venice Indiana
I Raphael' Catholic Church, officiating. Benevolent and Protective Point, along the Venice By- Among the new buildings! went into the playoff of the
'j 11 t the Venice Orange Englewood Military honors were conducted Order of Elks and No-Vel Way to near the Center Road started or completed in 1964 Class A football champion
'I \ Barracks No. 2744. Vet. by the American Legion Poet No. 159, American Legion. )Junction with present U. S. were the $700,000 addition to ship.
0 Irena of World War One, and In graveside services at 41. Venice Hospital; the $100,000 Year's Biggest Story
;::1 l t I the Knights of Columbua and Gulf Pines Memorial Park. Survivors Include his widow In Englewood the new educational-activity center of Biggest news story of 1964
the Holy Name Society, both Mrs. Matilda Gatschene Lemon Bay Bridge was open the Venlce-Nokomls Presbyterian was the finding of the body
: 0'' I.. in New Haven:: MRS CAROLINE OLSON of Venice, and a sister Mrs ed In August and the dredging Church, the $70,000 of seven-year-old Lewis'
+ I i Survivor include his widow Mrs Caroline Olson, 62, Robert Hosea of Waterloo, of the canal from Boca apartment building on S. (Hackle) Wilson Jr., son ofa
!I Mrs. Beatrice R. DeVine died Friday at her home 207 I Ontario, Canada. Grande to Alligator Creek Harbor Drive (8 units) and St. Petersburg fireman whodisappeared k, h v tBAR
\1. of Englewood: three sons, Glen Oak Road Venice Gar There was a Recitation of started. The problem of access the $63,000 (7 unit) Co-Op March 23. He r
,. .( Vincent B. DeVine of We I. dens the Rosary on Sunday at 7:30: to the South Venice apartments by the Hamilton was found in a dense palmetto A
I ,t lingford, Conn, Daniel C. De- Mrs. Olson was born In pm. at the Farley Funeral beaches still remains" to be Land Co. thicket south of the
1s- ;!I'I r I Vine of East Haven, Conn., Sweden and came to VeniceIn Home Chapel and the Rev solved, however, before the 1964 Parade of Homes Junction of the Tamlaml
: i II and Eugene C. DeVine Marlborough I860 from Arlington, Va. Father William Kelly said a waterway can be extended to The late in January Trail with the EnglewoodRoad. k F
which
:1 I M \ Conn.; one sister Survivors Include a daughter Requiem Mass on Monday at the Venice City limits. was opened also a big success Later Joseph Francis
i'I 10 a m. at the Epiphany Bryan Jr. confessed to the
Venice
'i I' p Mrs. Ann McLaughlin of Mrs Elmer A. Grewe of Economically the despite road conditions,
J Northord( Conn; 11 grand Venice; a son, Arthur Olson Church Burial was In Gulf area had Vonderful year and the poor large number of slaying along with several
I
:! { :' children and seven great of Chicago, ill; three brothers Pines Memorial Park. and although the year-end model homes built in Venice other similar murders.
grandchildren Edward Anderson Emil statements of the First National This story attracted much
'J. ,I .. There was a Recitation Of Anderson and George Anders MRS. BELLE WOLFF Bank of Venice, the i Gardens and on the Tamlaml attention and won a special To you,
i, I 1 the Rosary at the Rawles son all of Austin, Minn; two SOUTH VENICE Mrs. Venlce-Nokomls Bank, the I Trail that the during builders the of year the prove area award as a "best 'JIew.paperooL a Pwcful,
Belle Wolff, 73. of Argonaut Sarasota Federal and story year" for Neer Yaps..
Funeral Home Chapel, Englewood sisters, Mine Anna Anderson Savings optimistic that the 1964 w"J PPy
: 1 Road, died Monday at the Loan Assn and the First are 1t. Another
. Monday at 7:00: p.m. and Mrs. Ellen Hallman both I demand for new homes will
t A of Venice Hospital. Federal Savings and Loan won by this was
Requiem Mass was said Austin; two grandchildren continue In 196$. newspaper
i by and Mrs. Wolff was a native of Assn. of Sarasota, have not for an editorial titled "An
the Rev. Father William two greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
I I Balfe Tuesday at 10 am. at services and burial New York City and moved to yet been made public the Postal Post Office receipts also at continuedat the Venice Open Letter to the Presi CJod gJIMftCLf c W0ii162bS
.I I f' St. Raphael's. Burial was in were in Chicago. Rawles South Venice from there mid-year statements and later 1964 dent" In.which was exposedthe f
,. I Gulf Pines Memorial Park. Funeral Home of Venice was eight: :years ago. reports indicate the continued a rapid pace during type of harassment prac-
i( I She was a member of the with a gain for the year of
. In charge of local arrange solid financial growthof Nokomia' Ave, Venice
Epiphany Catholic Church, around 20 per cent more
the area.
t KENDALL ments.
RALPH SMILIE
than double the gain of Sara '
Epiphany Guild, Tamlaml Record Building Year
WARM MINERAL DAVID R. MURRAY Memorial Post No. 8118 Auxiliary Many new homes have sota. I' "
t, I SPRINGS Kendall Ralph !!! _Veterans__ .Foreign. Winter Season Good W ANTEDIExperienced .
i I Smilie, !SO, of Jacksonville ENGLEWOOD David R. wars, Barracks No. 764 Auxiliary The Venice area enjoyedone '
i I Beach died Saturday at a Murray 72, died Friday at Veterans of World WarI Circus Poised of its most successful. I Motel Maid.
: home on Granada Boulevard his home on North Manasota and the South Venice Civla tourist seasons In 1964 with Full Time $1.25 hour.
\ : i where he was a holiday Key.Mr. Association, South Venice winter visitors staying late per 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488-2291
j ,!I' guest. Murray was born in Hobby Club and the South (Continued from page 1) In the spring and staging a ph. 488-3657
i ,1 I A native of Sanford Maine, Springfield, Mo? and movedto Venice Area Volunteer Fire record-breaking summer leaI .
.. 'tI I, Mr. Smilie was the owner of Manasota Key II year Department Auxiliary. dancers in each ring. To the ,, I
l' a paint and hardware' business ago from Traverse City, Survivors include one classical music of "Swan I ton.The opening of the $54,000new
''fl I In Jacksonville Beach. Mich. He was a retired fruit daughter, Mrs. Mary Bartlett Lake," the arena .is transformed Beach Pavilion with Its
"+ He was a member of Amer. grower. He was a member of of Thomaston, Conn., and into a ballet stage excellent picnic facilities,
I : f lean Chi Put National scented with an unmistakable lot STORE WIDE
i fl I Legion Post No. 129, fraternity. four grandchildren. paved parking and full- SALEIN
I Jacksonville Beach and Mar Survivors Include his wid A recitation of the Rosarywas circus atmosphere, the time lifeguard had much to
rill's Marauders in that city. ow, Mrs Carol Hoffman Murray set for Wednesday at likes of which was never do with the almost capacity
Survivors include his wid. of Minnesota Key; two 7:30 p.m. in the Farley Funeral dreamed by the Ballet Rouse crowds on hand at the Venice
I .. ow Mrs Carolyn A. Smilie sons David R. Murray 2nd. Home Chapel in Venice. de Monte Carlo. beach during the year.
of Traverse City and Ben A. Requiem mass and burial Those ever-preaent great The completion of ""orlela.n .
: Murray of New York City; will be in Brooklyn, Conn. i grey beasts whose names ," Just five miles northof i HONOR OF THE ARRIVAL OF KMI
LOST one daughter, Mrs Sally are synonymous with the Venice I will no doubt furnish
f : BLUE PARAKEET Grishaw of Traverse City and circus, the elephants, under the Venice area with a I
I : Answers to name, "Paddy". 14 grandchildren. Re-zoning the direction of Hugo Schmltt, powerful additional tourist May their stay be pleasant and memorable.
Private funeral services perform with the rhythm and attraction something that has
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Vicinity Grove.
Heue
Hayes
,4. were held Monday ath.. grace of the ballet but witha been needed for some years.
I Box 2103, Rt. 2, Nokomis more awesome result.
Rawles Funeral Home Chapel Hearing SetThursday The recent Improvementa
I Phone 488-4367 in Englewood with the Rev. From the ancient Ruth to the made at the winter quartersof SAVE
Arlo Leinbaek of St. David's tiny elephant star who playa the Rmgling Bros Barnum AT LEAST 10% OR AS MUCH
"t 'I r Episcopal Church officiating. the cymbals their entire elephantine Sc Bailey Combined Circus
ALLENConvalescent Cremation followed. performance .is flaw with its illuminated sign and
i The Sarasota County Planning lees flag should also add to the
I I and OSCAR MICHAEL Commission will hold a Nearly 400 performers and eye-catching power of that AS 50% ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY ITEM
i ; Nursing Home GATSCHENE public hearing Thursday at 160 animals participate In the real attraction.Old .
f 9:30 a.m. in the county courthouse splendor packed perform. Landmark Rased
Oscar Michael Gatschene
''I{ 24 Hour Nuning Service ,72,, of S29 Groveland Ave.,, on the proposed rezoning ance and nearly three-quart. During 1964 Venice lost the EXCEPT FOR TV OR STEREO. FREE CASTER .
I Phone Venice M-t70l! Venice died last Thursday at of a tract of land oW1'ledby ers of a million dollars is invested second of its old landmarks
y lit PUN(., OB LION .v. I I in all
.. the Venice; Hospital where he the Aquatite Concrete Co. new, extravagantly when the Gulfbreeze Hotel
I I '.1' r on.the U. S. 41 Bypass. designed costumes was closed early in the year
i i l The company, a subsidiaryof that are seen throughout the and its demolition started re STANDS OR BASES WITH ANY TV OR
1 Cone Bros. Contracting entire performance and in cently. This famous old hotel
I f. t tpf"-, : YOU CAN SAVE WAYS Co., is seeking to have the the three lavish spectacles.In was opened Feb. 11, 1927, at

t ___ C i II On Auto Insurance 3 land rezoned use. for heavy Industry addition Rmgling to Bros all the circus,favorite had a cost a very of nearly checkered$500,000.career It FREE $35 AND UP WORTH OF RECORDS IN

; A contingent of South County clowns who return year after having served as a hospital
rf : I 1. LOW RATES property owners who year by popular demand of during World War II and later
II'1 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS would be affected by the the kiddies, many new Euro as a medical center for Dr. LIEU OF DISCOUNT.
i 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY toning change are expectedto pean clowns will be making Fred H. A'bee.
attend the meeting The their I first-time-ln-Amerlca Future plans as to the use
I i land is between Eagle Point debut___ with_ the_ IMS tour..___. of this valuable niece of real
xe t9 and the Venice ByWay estate have not been-made

i: tt3' :' The Venice City Council public but reports indicate !twill ' t M a f .!,1+ ae, ,gaee
only last week passed a unanimous WeatherHigh be replaced by a modern et
resolution objecting to co-op apartment.The .
any re-zoning to permit first of the old Venice
116 W. Venice
Avenue Low Rain
heavy and
industry manufacturing
; landmarks to go was the old ; V i 'JI '
w.I- Tehphonel488.2289 In the area. DEC. 22 73 59 .00 Country Club building on the r'i I ,
I I l iI!r The men who comprise the DEC. 23 70 SI .00 Tamlaml Trail that was tom
I board of officers of Cone DEC. 24 70 S3 .00 down In 1961 to make "
way
Bros, also hold similar positions DEC. 25 80 60 .02 for the Venice Shopping Center I o Z nlthr
. f with Aquatlte.t DEC. 26 81 64 164 All the other original 1
DEC. 27 72 87 .00 I
1 E :+t DEC. 28 71 87 .00 buildings .are. still. .standing I nw' Gifts
i TOTAL FOR MONTH 205 ?
t : The Venice Area Public I
Library opened Jan 6 in of D
'
British candidates for of. :
leased quarters of the; Ven I
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j,, I/ New Year's Eve Jerry Lewis

\ 1 ) urann or m AMoourao rinj KXMBEB or Tn fUHtnv '!laM ASSOCIATION at the"DISORDERLY

t I re.. Wr"M .... 10 _...,. w4tW w tr rp61/e.po..r. ./ all .... ........... MNN .. : On New Year's Eve, a, the bells. of 'ORDERLY"
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l :j EDWARD D. BALL .............................. .,.... Editor and Publisher seven seas;
I t i SAM DILLON ... ............................... News and Newsphoto Editor rYe witnessed the storm that buffet Dusk to Dawn Action at both ends! W* care.

t t COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager And the calm of the gentle breete. All Night Show' fully pact and crate . fa... .
i ;I' I'' WILLIAM A. MEYER ....................................... . . Shop Foreman deliver and unpack your office

i.. ;. 1 ROGER KILBY... ................................. Mechanical Superintendent I've talked with men of every race r A, 7 Big Features leg equipment.488-1317 Catch TODAY on by phoiw

i I 1 I'M SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county J3.29 per year $3.23 per six month, $2.79 And men of many creeds: '
From them I've learned would ': FrL and Sat. THINK
too.
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per months, 10 cents per copy. Out of county $825 per year ft.I
r : per six months $3 per three months. Of the, _Id'* four greatest needs 't", "THE YOUNG LOVERS"
A Mtb.a BpNMUtlr nM PM e..1.. C GtlMrtS Fta.1 -. __ ... : ,
'f'. I :1' t _..tI_ 11- I..... Iyt AUuta. G.l DMTOM. 11_ and"RACING
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I On the peace of a quiet mind: FEVER"

I ; ffl I : .' South 40 No Parking Lot Yes The need for human brotherhood \ n1, and

i And the art of being kind. ." BLOOD ON THE ARROW

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I I I I \ I Th Sarasota County Commission aims! it upon itself to ted states they must reapportion Author uninowfj ': '. ------- I

,:. I ,. to spend $300 thousand en parking spec to provide equal representation. 4-Th GONDOLIER Venice FI,. Thurs Dee 31, \\j

.. :; j alone for the Sarasota County Courthouse That being the case, it It suggested

i'' addition which many people in the City wouldn't it be Just as reasonable for the

II( : I! of Sarasota do not want at the sit. the court to pursue the matter right down to

,. t f I I t commission arbitrarily; selected. the county level?

t r The tame commission scuttled a plan South County could present a good

i. to spend a little over that amount for the CI... As matters stand, South Countywith
t 0 South Sarasota Courthouse branch about third of the
I I r; 1 County a county population
I
I o} : : which the people of South County do ha. only one member on the five-

,1 l' want something they badly need and member county commission. In other

: j I I'1 have been promised; for so long. words, a third of the population with a Letters To The EditorTo

i I j The Injustice" of the county commission's fifth of the representation.

) I I r't! action: in this matter was sharply' point.d It would be a sad day for South County. The Editor: ment by the people; a formof the modem world. We peopleof

I ';1 up In the statement of Mayor Smyth D. when and if it takes such an extreme I want to express my appreciation government +in which the the United States still live

j ; Brohard of Venice published in this newspaper measure as to go to the Supreme Court. to a federally little under two hundred
trolled organization In the the people and exercised a
I I Monday. But it does need to obtain relief, one telephone book it is listed under either directly or indirectly years is a short period in the RONALD V. ARONE %.

The mayors feelings are shared by many way or the other, "U. S, Government. This through a system of representation long current of recorded history'S Registered Real Estate Broker h'

,< South" Countians who resent the county This area should be concerned with the should make it about as Impersonal and delegated authority time. J50I Villa Dr. Venice Phone 48MI4J
I a group as can be periodically renewed, aa In a It is a fragile thing, this
I ,\ t )! commhs on'a arrogant indifference and qualitative as well as the quantitative found anywhere Because constitutional representative democracy. It is one of Am-
I South .be-switched attitude. if its the of it is erica's greatest contributionsto
: County makeup representation on county OUR personal branch government, or republic.
I exactly the opposite and is In all of recorded history, the history of man. Because -
I I f As a result of the county commission'slatest commission. On the qualitative count it
composed of fine individualsI this form of government has we, in our short lifetimes
0Ii 4 1 dagger thrust, the people of this can rest assured it will b. well-represented think that all our thanks, existed only twice and for are used to this precious

I' area are beginning to wonder when and for the next four years when the new for a 'job magnificently\ accomplished comparatively short periods.For coin used as common

; if, they will ever get a fair shale from county commission takes offica: next should be extend. most of his time on this currency, let us not overlook
o ed to them. I refer, of course earth man has existed under its value. Let us not debase
,t : 'their governing body. Tuesday. to the personnel of our Post monarchies, autocracies this most golden coin of our
1 I i I 1 Some South Countians, mindful that Although Mr. Robert M. Wright will Office. They were kind. They prleet king rulers, plutocracies heritage. ,
: J i I smiled They were helpful. Men have fought and died
!r Sarasota County once was a part of Manatee oligarchies or military
If' be a voice In the wilderness on the com- They were calm. They were dictatorships in one form or for word.. Let us treat this
County, have suggested+ that South with the to whichit
J considerate. By no word or another. for short one respect
mission heavily-stacked in favor of North Only a
j iJ County form a county of their own. action during the hectic hol- period did the ancient Greeks Is entitled.
j There also have been suggestions that County, as an elected member he can iday season did they change manage to create and survive Rosemary Farley
f' : be counted to work for this their manners or their way of with this most idealistic of VeniceTo
f:1 relief be sought through the United States upon area, helping us all from the attitude all forms of government. And
: Supreme Court The high court has taken not against it. and help that is extended then the spark went out, and The Editor:

1 .; 2. to us on a drowsy summer democracy as an actual work. Please allow me to compliment -
k day in July. Even the stamp ing form of government did you on an excellent editorial
machine continued to funs not again exist until the late page in the 24 Dec '84
I 'j : Children Learn What Live tion until all our Christmas 1700's Great men, thinking edition of The GONDOLIER
They cards were mailed! hard, working hard, fighting . especially on the beautiful -
. ,;, l'' Many a time I dashed hard, established democracy "Christmas Thought by
t through those swinging doors here on our continent for our W. Earl Aumann.
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': t If I child lives with criticism, he learns to condemn. self.assured that nobody else country for the first time in (The Rev) DONIS DEANPATTERSON

t I' t If I child lives with hostility, he learns to fight. had good the wishes problems or gifts of that sending were modern history.It HappyrsNeii-
I has been from here that st. Mark's Episcopal
: :,. If I child lives with fear, h. learns to b. apprehensive. as complicated and upsettingas democracy has spread around Church, Venice
were mine. Each time,
; { : If child lives with he learns to be for himself.
: i I pity sorry without fail, I emerged in a from all of us
I : :I, I If I child lives with jealousy, he learns to feel guilty. far more peaceful frame of
mind my problems solved
1 ,: I If I child lives with encouragement, he learns to be confident. by the men at the counter Too Late To ClassifyBy CHIPMUNKSTO
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,0 and by those behind them
I If a child lives with tolerance, he learns to be patient with whom we may not deal

I 4a'i If I child lives with praise, he teems to be appreciative.: directly, but without whom YOU!

I If I child lives with acceptance, he learns to love. no postal mission Farther could be RUSSELL KAY those who are sincerely in
accomplished. along
search of
t knowledge and not
''q l + If a child lives with approval, he learns to like himself. the line are the mail carriers I have no quarrel with thrown open to just anybodyand
higher education but it seems
who worked such long and
I 4 a If I child lives with recognition, he learns to have a goal. tiring hours, so that we might to me that the millions of their everybody background regardless or qualifications of. Venetian Cleaners
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dollars the world has invested
If child lives with fairness never skip so much as a .
he
I I learns what justice: Is. in colleges and universities .
day's delivery of our Christ
be
It might worthwhile for
I If I child lives with honesty, he learns what truth I.. inas mail. is paying a rather poor politician. and educators to
,
the investment. AND LAUNDRY SERVICEFREE
return
on
So often take
we a 'Job well
If I child lives with security, he learns to have faith In himself. done During the last few year stop and count their change
as being our due. Perhaps
If we are concerned about PICKUP I DELIVERY
i' If a child lives with friendliness; ; he learns that the world is a .nice place to ,Cv*. it is. However, the the term "student" has become more money our enemies
1 I smiles that accompanied the a dirty word. Ninetyper will 217 W. Venice: Ave. Ph. 4884117GREETINGS
gladly provide the funds
acts, the personalized service cent of the anarchy, rioting
and the Instructors
as they
and unrest is attributedto
by each and
Ii every have been doing for years
"students
member of
the poet office

Cure The Only Prevention staff public's, and behalf the interest that was in man-the learn Pick from up your press paper dispatchesthat and you We classrooms could for very and easily accommodations provide --

worthy students -
I I ifested by them could never "students" in Panama

I A good many people and publications jacketed economy the unwanted end- have been, alone.enforced by regulations Congo Uruguay, England, Spain France Italy Russia the rousers by eliminating and trouble the makers rabble

: 'l;' ';" think that inflation may be one of the product of an inflation undertaken origin Not only do these people Algeria, and Just about with that hell are raising more than concerned learning i6llf ]6 BR R

I, I I most pressing problems of the comparatively ally as a 'stimulant'." have minds and hearts but concerned everywhere with else raising are more hell If our institutions of
j they shared them
with each
'I t near future National Review thinks Inflation is a disease, and the cure of us far beyond their call of destroying property and higher learning would close -- FROM THEOFFICERS
i I so, defining it ai ". the old insoluble that "' are attempted simply pile more duty.A sneering at law and order their doors to those who havedemonetrated

;Ir punle of prolonging a monetary spree trouble and distress on top of trouble truly tremendous task than knowledge.they are in the pursuitof desire for knowledge their lack and dismiss of ,

4r' ; :t without aggravating the eventual economic and distress. The only way to meet the was and accomplished I, who am in only our one behalf Oh no, I am not forgettingthe them In favor of sincere

't headache. problem of inflation is to prevent it In of thousands who were served United States We have knowledge take care of seekers a whol., we hell could of a and i
full share in
I Moreover, in the magazines view if the dubious so magnificently, wish to our California
I beginning-not to try cure Florida, New Hampshire, lot of worthwhile "students"that STAFF
y I the problem does arise ". the outlook when the hour Is too late There are various management.express my thanks They demonstrated to the. New York and many other would be a credit to
t' cannot fail to include further federal and personified the places Whatever we may beteaching their schools and to the na
causes of Inflation, and at the top does tion. May Its lies Tear
J intervention . exchange controls (eg.. true Christmas spirit. it apparently If parents of present day Mint
i 1 of the list is virtually unbridled government not include respect for authority ar49l
MARGARET
!i the special: tax on overseas investments), Venice. C. THOMAS, respect for property "students" throughout the happiness tt ices
economic isolationism and spending on a deficit bails. If the rights, or the Golden Rule.We world would stop for a moment err
J protectionism, (Editor's Note: we see- and consider what higher ft b W rent
know
,1 1 ,! devaluation (Treasury is hatching plansto remainder of our currency' degraded end the motion) have that invaded trained every communists education is doing to their J srblliat ti MmI

s } take the silver out of our coinage), value Is to be saved, this fact must be : university campus and are youngsters and would 'Join
To The Editor .
with national leaders
I and ultimately I the stagnation' of a strait-i1 resolutely acted working diligently to destroy in condemning
upon.
activities that
I. Recently you printed a let- everything that democracy are
I ter in your columns defending stands for. Our youth in this wrecking our educational
1 and recommending the' writing country and throughout the system, destroying law and a
of Mr. Robert Welch's organization world Is easily led by Moscow order and creating a sense of
Pass The Seaweedroom Now along with China and Cuba-trained utter irresponsibility, it C m
. mIll 1111
Voltaire, I feel that though I agitators In most every instance might be worthwhile. j
disagree with what was saidI their rebellion. are

I Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, whose crystalball and nuclear rocket. passenger" service would defend the right to carefully planned and directed YOUNG DRIVER3EATTYVILLE
say it. But since communication and outsiders Join l the
is firmly anchored on a scientific to other planet is only possible when ranks of students to insure Ky (AP)

base, takes an optimistic view of the fut Less awesome but equally thougb+-pro words are used accurately 1 the success of the riot that Philip Ranck won't forget
ture. find it an unhappy 'thing thatyour the "students" get credit for Us fifth birthday neither will
t yoking is Dr. Seaborg'* idea of how people Political leaders and educators :his' grandparents
He predicts that in 25 years or so man will dress In the world of tomorrow.He word correspondent uses the scream for more colleges He climbed into their statio .'.-.
democracy and democratic
r f will have gained an inexhaustible source envisions clothing mad of a materialso (with a small 4)) as an universities, for' more 'i wagon and somehow disengaged I
ii of by harnessing the hydrogen that be thrown epithet roughly to education, and deplore the the gears.
energy inexpensive it can away equivalent fact that more and more students The vehicle rolled down a
I 1 bomb and a limitless food supply by after a few wearings. This presumably, communism"He who does not learn are reaching collegeage steep hill, with Ranck managing -

} 1 1 learning to "farm" the sea. will mean the end of the washing machine from history is doomed to repeat made and to no provision them is being to steer It around a _sire a earsnaraI1
see through number of parked vehicles
Other wonder of 1990, as seen by the and board and another it", said the philosopher
Ironing step We
must have
college more before ///h a roped! to a atop 1liSI IIATI H IF UllKI
l chairman of the U. S. Atomic Energy forward In the emancipation of women.A George Santayana. So what* is money more buildings, more In his grandfather's garden.He 'fT

F, Commission, will Include anticancer vaccine good thing, too. They'll need all the democracy Democracy and, according ire[ : history ,to "students" or the world will said afterwards ha was '
to pot.Admitting afraid
go to step on the brake.
t : *, home computers that translate spar time they can find to dream up Webster's New International that education is "I thought I might touch the 4 -"seenveoen IAIIII I)

I,, foreign languages, electronic: devices to way of making seaweed palatable. Dictionary, comes from the important and very much wrong pedal and make it go .
I Greek, demos, the people worthwhile it seems to me faster and I was going fast .
bring great libraries Into ever! living Rocky Mount, N. O, Telegram krateia "tt
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J[ vii Portraits Venice sponsor-Nokomis an Art oil Bride Of Anderson Jr. on and Wed In Epiphany Church t'i I

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Li demonstration byrd off the a aMiss

iburg Charles at 7:30 Boyle p.m.of St on wa Epiphany the setting Catholic Sunday Church at 5 I I Jill Maureen Green of ,

f the Venice CI'r.ter p,m. of the marriage of Miss Venice became the bride of
at
day Barcelona Ave- Denise Sandra Brown of VenIce I Lt Raymond Lewis Hines Jr
on to Ralph E. Anderson Jr.- trail. of Venice in a double ring
Saturday at 3:30: 1 1I 1t
public l is Invited to all of Venice ceremony In the Epiphany Catholic
then will be a 80 cent The bride 'I. the daughter of Church.p.m.
who are not Mr. Franklin
those Kenneth
Brownof .
for
t 0 By FEACH1E EDGE The bride 1* the daughter of
the art associate 300 N. Nassau
ri of St, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene L. Green }
Anderson' parents are Mr. And New Year to
a Happy of 610 LaGuna Drive and Lt
itudled at the John and Mr. Ralph E. Anderson YOU ALLI! We've found that Hines I Is the son of Mrs William
niton Institute In Cleve- Sr., of 400 Pensacola Rd. r 1ba resolution made with the R. Ward of Nassau Street

Ohio, and at the Hono- The Rev Father William best of intention are seldom and Raymond L. Hines Sr., of
rademy of Art In Ha. Kelly officiated we're forging ahead
at
the double. kept, yet Wanamassa, N.J.
He now teaches port. ring ceremony. Mr. Edward w ir with three. To quit smoking The Rev. Father William
and landscape in St W. Fanning III was the v lose 20 pounds and learn to Kelly officiated. Mrs Victor

burg ganist. spell. The first two would So of Venice was the soloist
ding to a representar orated with red poinsettia a help our health and pocket- and Mrs. James A. Hightowerof
r the art association alt English 4 and the third would
holly and blue spruce! book Venice was the organist.The st
,i which he did of the The pew were marked with 4 rr surely! would make 1969 glorious church was decorated

resident John F. Ken- swags of holly tied with red for everyone who must with red poinsettia English
now hangs In Mrs Ken. satin ribbons. work with us. holly and blue spruce. t y.
office and has beend
Given In marriage her - The bride, given In marriage
by
to hang in the Bo, fora
paternal ,grandfather Benjamin Arriving Monday night by her father selected d h''
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Memorial Library when
and Ger.trude
visit with William
Franklin formal of white velvet
Brown of a gown
ructure I Is completed. Dunphy at their home,
Langley, British designed with an empire
K first of seriesBee Columbia ,
is the a 928 The Rialto, WM their eon
and
Canada the bride bodice, Juliet sleeve
wore a formal -
demonstrations to be
and Mrs.
and his wife. Mr.
full skirt with train.
the winter gown of white peau-sat- !gently!
during seaDie Ward Dunphy accompaniedby
in, designed with a fitted The bodice and sleeves were
second will be on their Patrick. The
bodice son accented with miniature
wrist length sleeve pearl
3 by Eugene( White and and train attached family resides in Milwaukee beading. Her cascade veil of ; _,
at the
rd on Mar. 3 by Elden Wi*., where Mr. Dunphy Is
shoulder The French illusion fell from a Y.ri,
modified A- e
nd. an attorney. This is their first ,Saa
line skirt crown of velvet and pearls.
was fashioned witha
visit to Venice The senior
wide border of Alencon lace She carried a prayer book t..
in
t-Luncheon Dunphys arrived here July t
embroidered covered with white orchid
with a hand from Chicago Ill., but are .
crocheted and English holly.
beading of seed originally from, Milwaukee.
dge Tuesdaynext pearls, crystals and sequins. The matron of honor was
This - Mrs. Ronald Cyril of South
same embroiderery was t
Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul Joseph -
ladles bridge I repeated on her pillbox hat of of LaGuna Drive, have Miami sister of the bride. Ik I

on at the Venice Yacht i white peau-satin from which art. been busy entertaining Mrs.Joseph's Her formal gown was styled :
will be Tuesday at 12 her sheer veil fell. Her only a nice and her husband with a moss green velvet em-

at the clubhouse. jewelry was pearl earrings, a Mr. and Mr. John pire bodice and beige crepe
receive bridge I is play. lift from the groom. The Carroll from Pittsburgh Pa. skirt. Her accessories: \ were

t foursome are wel- bride carried 'a cascade bouquet k - matching green and she wore ,
of lily of the valley, Got to chatting with Mr. a wreath of English holly.!
hostesse for Venicehe white orchids and stephanotis James G. Kalec of Nokomis Mrs Cyril carried a red velvet -

surrounding; areas Miss Linda Susan Brown of and learned that he and Col- poinsettia centered with
e Mrs Raymond Crow.d Venice was her sister's maidof onel Jim's nephew. Terry red carnations and tiny holly

Mrs Donald Hasel honor. Her floor length Miller will be leaving soon sprays
,!n J. C. Goddard will gown was of Van Gogh blue for the University of Florida The bridesmaids were attired
e hostess from Cape imported Italian velveteen at Gainesville. Right now the in gowns identical in
and wilt take reserve styled with a fitted bodice and Kalecs have as their guests style and color to that of the

(from Cape Haze resl- bell shaped skirt, accented Terry' two sister and their honor attendant. Their accessories -.
planning to attend. with a bow of the same material families, all from San Jose, and bouquets were also
on the back waistline Calif. The the same. The bridesmaids
reservations should be guests are Mr. and
not later than Sunday Her pillbox hat and muff, MRS. RALPH E. ANDERSON JR. Mrs Lloyd Paris and three were Miss Carole Ward of MRS. RAYMOND L. HINES, ;IRe lIt .

e hostesses should also were of matching materialand sons, Jimmy Ronnie and Venice, sister of the groom,

titled of any cancella- attached to the muff and dancing at the Colony Benjamin Franklin Brown of Bobby, and Mrs. Don Chandler Miss Kay Garringer of Nokomis Islan blue with matching ac :sity of Florida and immedIately

were white cymbidium orchids Beach Resort on Longboat Regina Saskatchewan,, Canada and her daughter, Melissa. Miss Mary Beth Greer cessories. Mrs. Green' corsage following his college ,
[
and holly. Key Sarasota. ; the bride's two maternal of Englewood and Miss Kitty was of green cymbidium graduation, he was inducted ,

and To Benefit The bridesmaids were Miss For their wedding trip to aunts and their husbands Mr - Sherman of Nokomia orchids and Mrs. Ward' was into the U. S Army as a Second ,-
Leslie Carol Grey of Venice the Americana in Atlanta, I and Mrs Leonard Lippo and Mr. and Mrs Falconer Mary Victoria Bo, daughterof of rose cymbidium orchids. Lieutenant.

Circus Rehearsalsday and Raleigh, N. C, who at- Ga., the bride wore a three ,Mr and Mrs. Louis T. Kas- Powell have arrived in Venice Mr. and Mrs Victor Bo Immediately following the Among the out-of-town

Ticket Sales tends Duke University in Durham piece double knit suit of per both of Chicago the to spend the winter season of Venice was the Junior ceremony a reception was guests here for the ceremony
N C.< Miss Sarah Dit- gray wool. Her accessories bride's great aunt Mrs. Paul at their home 517 South bridesmaid. She was attiredIn held at the Venice Yacht in addition to those in the
:lal selling booths for more of Clarksville Term, were black and her corsage 'Brown, of Chicago; Mr. and Harbor Dr. The Powells hail a formal white velvet dress Club. wedding party, were the

to visit the Rmgling and Miss Rebecca Gunn of was white orchids. I Mrs. Clarence Brown of Regina from Versailles Ky. and wore a holly wreath. Her The couple are now on a groom' father R. L. Hines

arnum & Bailey Circus Chattanooga Tenn. Both Miss Mr. and Mrs Anderson Jr, Saskatchewan, Canada; - miniature bouquet was like of cruise to Nassau and the Bahamas Sr, of Wanamassa N.J., and 1
quarters on Saturdaybeen Ditmore and Miss Gunn are will be at home after todayat the groom' ,sister Mrs.*Rob. Things( are really Jumpingat the other attendants. Her bro. For traveling the Mrs. Hines; the groom' maternal t'
set up in three sorority sister of the bride at 2353 Magnolia Ave., in I ert J. Anderson Jr., of Indianapolis the residence of Mr. and ther Thomas Edward Bo was new Mrs. Hines selected a : grandparents, Mr.. and
gic Venice locations, he University of Tennessee Knoxville Mrs. Anderson attended I and her motherinlaw ; Mrs. Fred Pickering, 408 ring bearer and wore a white black and white check three 'Mrs M. E. Patterson of Sanford r J

per centage of the Miss Diane Marie Lippo of Venice Junior and Mrs. R J. Anderson Sr., Park Blvd. Their holiday velvet suit piece ensemble with black accessories ; the groom' maternal : ..
will go towards the Chicago Ill, a cousin of the Senior High School and is nowa also of Indianapolis. guests are their daughter and Billy Ball of Nokomis was and a white orchid aunt and her husband Mr. i.
and School for Retarded bride, was the Junior brides student at the University of son-in-law Major and Mrs the bent man and the ushers corsage.Lt. and Mrs. M. E. Mettalr of ;

m. maid.Her gown and those of Tennessee. She is a memberof V. J. Raymond Jr., of the were Mark Ward of Venice, and Mrs. Hines will Lake Weir; the groom' step. \
booths are located at he, bridesmaids were similar the Venice Yacht Club the BIBLE THEME TOLD Air Force Academy and their brother of the groom, Terry make their home in Gaines father' sister and her husband ,.
enice Shopping Center In style to that of the honor Debutant Club and Alpha Chi youngsters Ann Frederick, Green of Venice, brother of ville until May when they will Mr. and Mrs Joseph .
(alto Shopping Centern attendant and were fashioned Omega Sorority. Mr. Anderson FOR GRACE WSCSThe Jay Michele and Francose! the bride Douglas Pejak of leave for Fort Bliss at El Bodnor of Titusville and j

West Venice Avenue of emerald green imported graduated from the Venice general meeting of the Noel, and Major Raymond's Gainesville and Robert Hod- Paso Texas. Their next station three fraternity brothers Ed t tI
nt of the U. & Post Of. Italian velveteen. Their pill- High School and la a ,Woman's Society of Christian parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent son Jr. of Nokomis. will be Fort Rucker, Fromme of Gainesville, Ed I'
box hats and muffs were of junior at the University of Service of Grace Methodist J. Raymond Sr., of Detroit Both the mother of the bride Alabama. Simpson I of Mt. Dora and Lee I '

ticket will be sold for this same material and they Tennessee. He is a memberof Church will be held at 12:30 Mich. Major Raymond and the mother of the groom Mrs Hines Is a graduate of Black of Mt. Dora ",
egular price of $1 for had white cymbidium orchids Sigma Chi fraternity I p.m. Tuesday at the church. Jr., is on the legal staff of selected formal gowns. Mrs. the Venice High School and Also Mr. and Mrs. Lewis i y

and 50 cent for chil- and holly on the muff Out of town guests here for i Mr. Edith Fuess chairmanof the Air Academy in Colorado Green wore beige peau de received her degree from the Hester of Vero Beach Mr. ,
They will entitle the The ring bearer was Michael the wedding in addition to Grace Circle will presentthe Springs, Colo., and we hear sole with gold accessories: and i University of Florida at and Mrs. Charles Finley of ,
r to visit the entire win- Anderson son of Mr and those participating the ceremony devotional service and through the seagrape vine Mrs. Ward was attired In Per. 'Gainesville Lt. Hines was also Boca Raton and Mr. and Mrs. .

criers see the animals Mrs. Robert L. Anderson of included the bride's the program. She will have asher that the children are having graduated from Venice Forrest Freeman of Ft. K
e back lot and watch Venice and nephew of the paternal grandmother, Mrs topic for the program a wonderful reunion with I Public InvitedTo [High School and the Univer Myers. I 1
rants in the arena for their two set of grandparent -
He black velvet "Hearing God Speak Throughthe
groom. wore a
965 edition of the big Eaton suit Indian Missions Talk I Bible" The program hasa In the Florida sunshine Card PartyThe The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie. Thurs., Dee. 31, 1764-5 p; 1i

Frederick Skolfield of two-fold purpose to consider -0- i
For St. Mark' WomenThe Friends are offering best HMS Phoebe Chapterof
Gainesville, a friend of the what Is meant by the Wordof
wishes to the of the BritIsh !
and Daughters -
congratulations
groom at the University of Very Rev. Lloyd A. God and to suggest ways i 1
Mrs. Fran Border and Le- Empire will a
Tennessee was the best man Cox Dean of the Fort Myers for the devotional use of the .sponsor
Roy Priest both of Venice public card party on Theirsday \ ;
and the ushers were Terrence will be the guest Bible.
Deanery i H
who were married this! past Jan. 7 at 1:30: pm. In
of Chicago cousinof at the luncheon
Kasper a speaker monthly :
weekend. They will reside at the Community Room of the "
the bride and two close meeting of the Episcopal .
625 Alhambra. Mr. Priest Is Venice branch of the Sara-
THE WATER friend, Eric Walter Sch. Churchwomen of St. Mark'sChurch Emmanuel Lutheran CWig&
bf
co-owner of the new United sota Federal Savings and .
neider of Venice and Jon Bix- on Tuesday. :
Communion ServicesThe Discount Sale, on the South Loan Assn.
of Venice and will have his
by Harden Dean Cox as
All kinds of card
Trail.
N. Y. "Indian and Rev. Charles I. Rowe games
Rochester topic Missions
r
will be played and those plan-
RNEATER4 Ci Both Mr*. Brown and Mrs will speak at 11 a.m.The pastor of the Emmanuel .0- ( fgJfwfor
E. of to attend
announced Louis Suter, ion Mr. ning are requested
business Lutheran Church
Anderson selected formal Churchwomen'
GIVES and Mrs. Louis Suter hosts- to bring their own cards.
gowns. Mr*. Brown's was a session will be at 10 a. yesterday that Sunday the v
Refreshment will be
of
owners the Venezia Hotel served -
frey velvet sheath with a m. and luncheon will be served first Sabbath of the New
been and table and door
has promoted to second prizes t
LIFLUVEER Those planningto Year will be observed with
matching three-quarter length at 12 noon. class petty officer serving awarded. Reservations must
fox fur attend must make reservations the service of Holy Com
coat banded in black
aboard be made Mr.
the destroyer, US by calling
consultation phone
of thehostesses munlon at both the 8:15: a.m.
harmonized
Her accessories by calling any
Braine. The ship I II now in George Key at 4884924.
services 488-5812 488-6385"
and 10:30 Venice or
of Mrs. Gilbert Andrews : a.m.
+ wwss- and the wore a corsage drydock in San Francisco The hostesses on this occasion
lavender orchids. Mrs. Anderson Mrs. George Bang or Church School will be heldas
having just returned from pa. will be Mr*. S. W. H.
usual at 9:15: a.m.
Jules Victor.
selected a kelly green Mr tool duty in the Far East. Retallick and Mrs. Eugene
liu HILL velvet sheath with gold accessories Young Suter 1* a Venice High Mahon.
and her corsage was School graduate and attended '
PLUMBING CO// of brown cymbidium orchids. V-N Presbyterian Circles Florida State University S/ Firemen To Have TROPICAL DRIVE-IN
Following the ceremony, for two
;years. Tree 3 MILES N. OF VENICE ON U.S. 41
there was a reception dinner - Burning, Meeting A_,

SOUTH VENICE Want to I :+
Plan Meetings On Tuesday Speaking of "old" VHS get rid of your old Christmastree DUSKTODAWNSPEND ;'1,

grada. We know that a group and have some fun at a
t of alumni had a real swingIng the time
I Circle meetings of Womenof r McIntyre, Mr. Frank Glea-: time last weekend at a The same South Venice Volunteer A SAFE & SANE NEW YEAR'S EYE WITH US

the Church of the Venice- son, Mrs Maurice, Miss Paul a party hosted by Edgar See- Fire Dept. will conduct a tree ,

Nokomis Presbyterian Church ine Jessup Mrs. David J. ley. Class of '62, at his par burning bonfire at 7 p,m. on $2. CARLOAD .
have been scheduled for Tuesday Williams and Mr. Mary L. ents home In Sarasota. According Wednesday Jan. 8, at the fire
at various time and lo Mayer. Miss Marie Krelg will to rumor Edgar an station. FREE coffee donuts noisemakers
? t be the Bible Moderator. outstanding athlete, Is looking 'i i
cations. According to Chief Clifford
1-THE CADDY Martin & Lewis
,9'41l. Circle One will meet at 10 Circle Four will meet at forward to a career as a Horn everyone la Invited to : J' ,
a.m. at the home of Mr*. noon at the home of Mr*. Earl dentist attend and bring their tree. YOUNG LOVERS Peter Fonda ,-\:

Fear tare : ,,a3't Galen A. Barnes 408 Alhambra D Edge, 338 W. Bay Drive. .0- Refreshments will be served RACING FEVER Joe Morrison ,

/ Rd. Miss Catharlna There will be a round-table We're couldn'tpersonally and the South Venice Singers, 4-THE BUCCANEER Yul Bryner
sua\ Huntsman will be the Bible Bible discussion. lOrry welcome we Mr. and under the direction of Earl 5-THE STRANGLER Victor Buono "

moderator. Circle Three will meet at Mr*. Paul K. Reed, who have Smith will provide entertainment 6-THE NAKED KISS Constance Towers
RAWLES FUNERAL HOME Circles Two Six and Eight 1:30: p.m. at the home of Mr. come to live at 560 Neponsit and refreshment will BLOOD ON THE ARROW Dale Robertson

will hold a combined meetingIn Leila Hermansen 252 Moss Road in Venice Garden from be served. :
225 W. MiamI Ave, the new church house. Lane Venice Gardens. Mr*. their home in Nitro West

_. Hoatesse will be Mr. David Edna Broadhead will be the Virginia.
Bible moderator. .0- MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH

Store. Alto Located In Circle Five will meet at More service new. In Venice NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE POLICY
< TIRES I 1:30: p.m. at the home of Mr*.

ADENTON and FORT MYRStMoreMlleageeee J. D. Gardner 231 Redwood for a three week Christmas c...... yew -rabi1. horn, p-rt.ne'l peeperly and p.nm.t K.bilily.. Cav.... low seared. by
fit I Rd. Venice Garden Mr. stay are Major and Mr. fin, wlnjitorm, ivil
D NEW MOHAWKS l.gMnmg bull plonon, rlo I lommotion, filling traft, vehicles' ,
USED TIRES. ALL SIZES Bruno Lechler will be the Donald Farm and their three im.li., v.itd.litm I m.licioui mlichi.f, !!!!!. falling obi.cti, water e.)....,. from plumbing .-
Cut Tire II......ts. S RETREADS 5695 Bible moderator youngsters Melinda Sue, Pa. besting! aytt...., bl.wi., up .f wafer beater. ,'." 10,....,., ,....1., end electrical l "a", .. GUARANTEED tricia Louise and Donald Jr., .ppliincti.
........ .60 x N Circle Nine will meet at B
AS LOW AS ....... from Camp Polk, La. They'll
L 1:-30 p.m. at the home of Mr*. be Sue Ann' PACXAai lAm INSIDE CITY OR IN ADJOINING PARKS

,0 Ce \ Herbert Walker S2S S. Armada Mr.visiting and Mrs Louis parent W. Everett , C.* -It .lightly kl,.lMr eseslde! t* fin pnttetin.NOTb (JIMOBILI )

RADIATORSREPAIRED ,1 Rd. Co-hostess will be Mr*. of Groveland Avenue. NOME CAR-PO IT" ''f1..
e William H. Johnston. Mrs CAIAMA ETC I 4.000 6 1,000 I .000 110,000
41 FLUSHED Albert N. Coates will be the -
CONTENTS 1.200 1,100 2.400 3.000 t
P P NEW REBUILT ,. USED yawl I Bible moderator. The Venice High School LIABiliTY 10,000 10,000 21.000 10.000
1 Circle Seven will meet at 6p.m
r Diversified Cooperative Education COST PER YEAR n.. 7' 002
; home of Mr.
Budget Terms Z I I at the i
res. Paul Theen 348 HUlview Rd., program can, we This p.liey h.. NO DEDUCTIBLE. It pr.vldti "fi... "011.," ......,. for aisles f...- '
I Venice Garden Mr*. G. WIl- guess, bOut having the only ..y cau... hated ib.v. *. W. .duit| claims promptly end. Isaac. slabs. sheds right InHi ,
VENICE TIRE RADIATORServing liam Edmonson will be the can-can girl in the world on ... W* are the Enluilv. .g...* fM this IHMMM e....pen' in the Vmic ATM.Pete Is
Its roster. She's pretty Debbie
Bible moderator.
Venice For S Yean I Wendel, known about
III
313 TAMPA AVE.. VENICE FLA. BEHIND THEATRE- All women Interested In these part as a fin dancer -y C/ItKAU' A. I It c Y W.

Phone 4Sa-l2S9 In the owefl_ Presbyterian fellowship art who has Joined the perform- .

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Mr and Mrs Elmer He- Steens are from Huntsville, Calif. Mr. Brock Sean is on
$!V' deen of 162 Sandhurst Drive Ala? and they planned their a vacation from his position PLAIN
I ; t are enjoying a holiday visit vacation so they could be as director of physical education -
I' :: from their children and here for the opening of the for ;Montgomery County, 1'i ON. S 2 59
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i" grandchild. Daughter Sara circus which they will all attend Ohio
came from Mansfield, Ohio; togethero. -0- ,, Save 20c
i I daughter Sonja and her husband Visiting at the home of Mr.
i w Jeffrey Sittison from New Venice East residentsare and Mrs Charles B. Zimmeyon CLOSEDAt
J Springfield, Ohio, along with Woodroee Way is Miss KING FILTER
( Mr. and Mrs. Victor or
,/ { from Cincinnati 6 P. M.
I.. the most Important guest, Berner. The Bernice are Selma Raphaelson
i4 ,,:: ,; wee three-months-old Shan from Hartford, Conn., and Ohio. Miss Raphael. THURS. DEC 31 CTN. S 263
:,1\ I non Michael Sittison. The they have rented the Frank son and Mrs. Zimmey have ,
d,. \ first day of their visit found Smith house of Paddington been life-long friends and Oti (, New Year's Evo Save 26c
y,I ; f the children and Dad Hedeen' Road for the season. they have both been looking CEL'-E
': on the Venice East golf I - forward to this reunion in
,0 course and Grandma Hedeen Dr. and Mrs. James E. Venice East where the Zim- -
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t.I 1 home with the baby. Grand.I Montgomery have as house. meys have only been. residents Prices Effective Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday_V nlce Store Only
," ma Dolly, also an ardent golfer guests Miss Ethel Bresnahanof for a few months.SET .......,
: did not mind at all giving Detroit, Mich. Miss Bres -
0
j \it" ti tip golf to baby tit with her nahan is on a winter vacation Old Milwaukee Pop Top, Fabtaff- Lift Top, Busch Bavarian: Tab Top Pabst Blue RibbonsCarling's

a : ,i .' ;i", I first grandchild. Corp.from where she General heads Motors up the O Black Label, National Bohemian -Zip Open, Ballantine E-Z Open or Canadian Ace Alt or

: ", -0- department of Dealer Accounts
r I I Guests arriving this weekend for the entire United
o" at the Scott Olsen home States. On Christmas Day
I y 1' besides Miss Bresnahan, the JUST ONE CONTROL
S II are Mr and Mrs. Archie
j ;,. ."0 :oi N' Steen, their tour children, Montgomery entert a i n e d Wish ihh Atl New foucetfwl t 6 Pak
and Mrs. Steens' mother, Mr and Mrs Stanley Willetts
4 j'' '' 'tj Mrs. Ethel Wilson. Mrs Wilson and their grandson, Dean, O9ct.wI
1.1 from Sarasota and Grosse 12 Cans
la Mrs. Olesen'* sister BEER oz.
.. i I / ''I t and will stay with the Ole- Point, Mich., and Mr. and
o ; I 1 sans for the winter. The I Mrs.Gardens.Herbert Pfaff of Venice Tn w..

-0- OIlIer Pttrdtaee
,1 II I Arriving Tuesday at the c
,
home of Mr. and Mr*. Han
t 0 0 0 old Sean of 142 VeniceBoulevard W-O BRAND U. S.CHOICI NATURALLY NATURE ACID
t"" i I were Mr. and
I Mrs. Brock Seall of Dayton,
: Ohio. With them came their J. W. MOORE
newly adopted baby son FULL
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II 'Stephan. The little boy was PLUMBING CO.

i7 'f I j I'named Sergeant for another Henry Bull Stephen son, Harbor Uqhts On The Trail ROUND Ct

:; s CeeKr esownsrpn I Seal now stationed with the RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS STEAK Ib9

,; I'J', I ____________r ________I U S. Army in Fort Ord, PHONE 488-4450

BROWNSTONE
iiAssociated
i ;ii Press Food Editor
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Guacamole a frozen avocado
f' I ;I s salad from Florida W-D BRAND U.S.CHOICE NATURALLY NATURI AftED
I'1 will soon be appearing Insupermarket
I. i i across the
country.: T-BONE, SIRLOIN,
1\ .. i Marketing specialists with
I the Florida Agricultural Extension OR BONELESS
i Service say this guacamole -
C
I a fairly is large being scale introducedon 'in the S'lEAK TOP ROUND 9 9

t United States Jet airfreightand

j specialist Extension improved have made say.home handling this economistssay possible practices , i Ib.


is made
,I that guacamole ,
with ripe Florida avocados, --" l
I I tomatoes, onion, a tablespoon
,1 of lemon juice or vine BARGAIN HUNTER SPECIALS! IEGUlAR WHITE
gar, and salt to taste. The ur _
""1. I avocados are mashed and the
: 'I, ;" other ingredients added. umit One WHb $5 e, More On., I' POTATOES
Served on shredded lettuce,
!: guacamole make a gourmet

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)j I Winter and-0-apple go to Soft Drinks 10 lb. 59c
; DIXIE ULr
f I' of4 ; gether.:
1'" I'! Fragrance and good flavor, ?LPraer BLAaLYE Bag
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", i make apple a favorite PEAS
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Use apples in dessert, curries } 99
and other main dishes 7 oz. SEVEN UP BABY FOOD
with morning sausage, in
j 7 ox. CANADA DRY finger Ale
II R turnovers. for apple appetizers Or SpvUM. Water I... is. Be

',' And, of course, raw apple .Peace.
; in the fruit bowl as a be- :::::r.:;:", ._
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i dishes. economists with the that brings us ever
Home COFFEE Jowls
I t Florida Agricultural Extension .: nearer to Bog
Service add this note to mankind's greatest
f 1 weight-watchers: One apple goal.
I dl has about 75 calories.
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family will find appetizing 24e SAYE 288
r Something new in pancakesis f ; we greet you.i PoundI1wMRrrnI
I'( t d Apple Jolly Cakes.

;; Apple Jolly Cakes :-

1% cups buckwheat pancake
: mix rtear
l'i'' 1 pit,. corn muffin mix Unit OM Yow CVok With $5 or More Order LWt OM Wit $5 or Mora Mor COLD MEDAL
4 2 tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon:
{ 1 egg well beaten
S teaspoons light molasses SHORTENING FLOURIb.
I 1 cup cold water tz'I I ee
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Combine first four ingredient
Mix well. Combine next 8.a ASTOR
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4 ; apple. Drop by heaping .
1 tablespoon on hot, lightly SAVE lOc
greased griddle or skillet.
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,d i often, until well-browned on 18FMitiBtlIiBeriI14aJrr- t r---
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l through Keep warm while THRIFTY MAID
j j ,I; baking remaining cakes SUN SIP FROZEN
I i, Serve with butter and syrup
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Make six or more servings MILK
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:
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tl
1 i do not pare. Cut in rings SUPER.RAND
1J about one-half inch thick. 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE
1 Dip in lemon Juice. Sprinkle ICE CREAM Half

1;I I 3 crisp lightly pork with sausages sugar. Serve, frizzled with 6 CANS 99c 38

ham, smoked pork butt, @ ww, 40e Galloa
baked pork chops, roast loin VENICE, FLORIDA
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Nokomis NettingsBy Mrs. Kukuk for her fine din- IMMEDIATE d



MARX ALICE MURRAY ner.Mr, and Mrs-John Johnston OCCUPANCY

CLA-SSIAm I ADS I Telephone 481.sutDr. of Nokomla spent Christ-

L. B. Roberts has been I very well considering his mas with, their daughter and NEW HOMES
transferred from his home to ears. But the most remark.\ her husband, Mr. and Mrs

Wilhelm Nursing Horne on able of all Is, it seems to us, Clyde Kennedy III In Atlanta, .

Tuttle Avenue, Sarasota, the father of Mrs. Weyrick, Ga. They enjoyed seeing 2 BR, 2 BATH

CLASSIFIED ADS RentalsAPARTMENTS. Friends may visit him there. Ore Hileman who is 86 years their three grandchildren, "
ServicesLOT Boats For Sale -o- of age and drives here him. Pattle, Danny and Kathleen, : HEAT ft ?

CASH RATES Season E W. Schultz, River Boule- self from Michigan. At his as well as the rest of the CENTRAL '.
year. Centrally located. For or MOWING SACRIFICE OFFER 19-ft. yard has returned to his age, the Weyrlcks think it I family. A sister, Mrs. George AIR CONDITIONED

MinimumONE Information contact LI1 AND GRADING. length, 8-ft beam. Pinto- home after surgery in Sara. much safer for him to have T. Condrey, was with them KiTCHENS'f
12.Word Lillian's, 207 W. Venice Ave.at No job to large or small Valvo engine. Tunnel stern ota Memorial Hospital. He a friend with him, so he does I and their son, John Johnston, G. E.:

or call 488-252S. Prompt Service. AU fiberglassed. Hardtop. I. reported getting along well concede to that and the two who is working In Jacksonville -
INSERTION Reasonable prices and Draft 12ln. Wonderful bay and soon will be out and gentlemen live here wintersin I Joined the family making DOUBLE GARAGE s
8e Per Word :2 BEDROOMS Bat furnished Free Estimates: and gulf. Lots of room for around. the Venice Municipal Trail the group about complete. "

home Florida room. Phone 488-4806. hairs and fishing tackle -o- er Park _
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No llnensi Adultl only. 828 Lyons Bay Mowing Service Controlled both forward and I Mr. and Mrs. C. N. (Cap) -o- r --"n n m LANDSCAPED LOTS

Roberts St., Venice. 488-1330 aft. $995. Phone 488-3157. Stevens had as holiday guests I
THURSDAY evenings Misc. For Sale their daughter, Mrs. Joyce Barracks 764, Veterans of NEED A CENTRAL WATER
MONDAY AND LegalsIN World War I, had a very fine ,
Hawthorne, and son, Robby, & SEWER
COMPLETELY FURNISHED BROWN 4. Grandma and Grandpawere Christmas party on Saturday.A' LOWCOSTSTEEL -
TWEED
70e Each I bedrooms, 2 baths, all Bark-o- IN THII: LOUNTY dunces COURT pianist played all the old :
forward to the feature
utilities paid. $1,200 for lounge Chair, $25; sofa and IN AND FOil SARASOTA COUNTY, looking tunes M well as the Christmas Meet Other
sea- BUILDING
IN event with anticipation.
5e Each Addition*! Word son. 488-1650 or 488-3543. matching chair with slipcovers IN RS. RerATk: laoBATII great carols which all participated -
$50. 488-4806. H..nR1HON M. REEVE, -o-
V.."., .Mtlhl opea..yHo-I..d I. 110<....... Pro..... 171. 110. 7111NO'IICE The William Albrights in singing. Surprise SEE
UNPURNItlROD. TO CREDITORS entertainment was a dance by ERECTED
LSAR5 OR
forward
CALL, LoU JACOBS 4 l.IUT Soy. FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS were looking to Mrs. Ray Baxter. A barbecued
All-Cao. *. lot flaial.Jit HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Christmas with the whole HANCOCKGULF
U Fuel oil C F F.
(Sere, ...... of I* OemM 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT deliveries. S&H AGAINST SAID ESTATIi family getting together. Af- chicken dinner was servSERViSQFf ,
yto.? fo7one WMrtV. Y Green Stamps. Standard YM ere honor notified and mtnlr*
yn for. 6,IMMtlOtl.bar. th.rft..r furnished On Venice beach. Heating Service. Across from .4 to (II* Mr olaln or drawn rblcb. ter the holidays, their son, FAST ?
..'IM .. W eats ap Season. Call Glen his wife and two cbil.dren CONST. CO.
A .. \II. between 10 a m. fire station 488-4052. t NARAIHON N.REEVR' Deee.ed.:.. -
na.b IS I roHIto dwul.dL and 5 p m, 488,:2D96. tate of Delaware County.' Iowa, In the left for Oklahoma. VENICE EAST
ails of Nor JOHN T. GllAOAM, Another son, Bill, and his
ON THE BEACH at LARGE OIL HEATER, 50 s... to Countr' I.d.... ,In the Connie U.S. 41 South of Venice
Casey ., wife transferred
were recently -
Court Houee Saimiola Flnnila.wlthlB
DISPLAY Key, I and 1 bedroom gal tank, stand, and chimney ( ' ell calendar month team the from Orlando to Tampa d1fIIIrI II
CLASSIFIED apartments Seasonal Call controls, $25; Florence d.t.NML of. tho tint' rybt.tlo..5 till' -0-

Edition Inch, .$3.0C Don Heath, 488-2151 or 488- oil heater, $15; 41-inch Attic :I Each elelni or demand Boot to I.rltlne ] The Eldon Weyrlcks of Ravenna .
per .....
One" 6088. fan with shutters, cost $125, ' Md la dopllM4.h.U
3.50 .. Street, Nokomis East,
Inch. $
Edition. per price $40. ht pi. of rojIdeaM en4 Boat of.
loth Ph. 47
-1477. tl'.ad_ of th> CUhnuttl dull have last
at arrived
amongst
the beat for dollars
APTS., on the beach, with .N.,,,. to br tko Clilmjmt his! Get your

pool. For sale or rent. 100 Pianos.. '.pat.ompinM nr. hi.or a Honor II It flllni rimll.kt to.* udnr W been their watching neighbors for who them have for Get It In days, not months
The Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph Stelnway 0 Knabe 0 Everett claim .nd
ash or 4 n not M
LINER ADS 488-5698 George Stock Winter Cable lUd th.U bo ..... Tb. flllnc fo mar the post several weeks. Just Get any iiie you need
.bo addri to tko amount of tho ...1.., two days before Christmas
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION ATTRACTIVE Nelson Hallett Fayette it Davis S. Cable too end Countr eUlm forma.r.d..mar.. office.bo obtained, from they managed to make it to 488-4488- Get full use of every foot of NEW EASEL NEW LUXURY!
EFFICIENCY
Musette Players .HILA. BETH COX enjoy our lovely weather instead pace N1W KITCHEN FAUCETII
Apt. Heated pool. W. Ven- Ancillary Admlnlitratrii .
of the colder and cold.er
... \
,
eta. of BitaU ofHarrloon
ice Ave. Week month. Pianola Players Get quality plus ,
or or 488- M Rom, Dooaaooi.Attorntri > weather in their northern proven
_
3681. Organs BLAIR AND DEAN ra ;<
ADJUSTMENT AUen LA wrey sly II.... 5t r atr home in Constantine, Mich economy
COMPLi'i o BOX lava Mr. Weyrick's father, 89
2 HOUSES for rent or sale. SELECTION OF
tancellation . Vmlco, Florida.SiMlrtl :
Requests for 728 Serata. Ph. 488-5331. REBUILT, RECONDITIONED D... 10. 17. 14. II. '''d. years young, is with them ai
adjustment because of error usual____ and_n_ _stood n_.. the m_) trio down__ '''_
er AND FULLY GUARANTEED IN THB: COUNTY JUDGES COURT
must b. made for Thursday ONE!:, TWO, THREE room PIANOS AND IN AND KOR SARASDTA COUNTY

GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 pmon furnished Apti, Venice, ORGANS REt FLORIDA OHTATk IN ROBATE'IN I.

Monday. For Sunday GONDOLIER from $40 monthly up. Walk to FROM $125 LOUISE SNYDER OF MATT. Authorized Dealer
town and beach. Call 4742569. a/k/a LOUISE MATS :
BEFORE 5 p.m. on 'Florida's Largest Music Co.' Dottaxd, CHILL Flla No.,,,. :
CANNON MUSIC CO. NOTICE! TO CREDITORS, \
Thursday. 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED TO ALL CREDITORS AND PFR.
488.3125 home. Private dock on My- 1301 1st St., SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE. HIIPPY G&G G METALSP6en.01488.3048.488.5784
Phone akka River $100 monthly. Ph. Opp Florida Theatre HANDS art AGAINST baby notified RAID and ESTATEYon rmulr.d lt Babe's PlumbingCo.

Thomas Bait Ranch, 488-4760 Open Thurs & Fri till 9 p.m. to flla anr claim or dmand which I
Phon 958-1019 havo avalnit the' FlUto of ., Inc. J
Houses For Sale 'urniC 8NYDEB MATE D.ewylea '
UNFURNISHED DUPLEX in 2237 S. TRAIL
of Sanuota Countr. Florida, In 488 5282 ,
\
Bayshore Estates Phone ha offlna of Hoe JOHN T. ORA 488-2402 -
Lost RAM S....... Judta I In th. SOUTH VENICE ;
SPACIOUS 488-3182. Clang' Court. H,Conntr.. at ...'..... FI_ HEW YEll Radio Equipped Trucks ;:
2 Bedroom home In fine LADIES' WRISTWATCH, Ida,. wlthla all calendar ......th. from
lection. Close to town. Hu 3 ROOM air conditioned ef black band, inscription Bill, ho .Nou....of. the flnt pabli.tlo..f lttla _-_--......... _w. "" .."'iI'f"'J P.O. Box 454, Nokomis

separate mother In law ficiency. Yearly or seasonal. Job, Margaret Ann on back. Each lalm or demand ...t ho tn
ipartment. Beautiful land. Adults. Two fifty-one Mas- $50 reward. Contact GONDO- writhe and I. duplicate aball aut Nee Yew
MECHANICS
>
the plaeo of realdenoe and office EXPERIENCED I'
leaping with fruit tree nau (corner Pensacola). LIER Office. 488-3125. odd_ of the Claimant poet"hall .hi ka1lngtag
. worn to br tho Claim ant hla men. Member Chamber of Commerce ;
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT or attomerl ihall .be _........ bjII $
BEACH PARK furnished 10 minute walkto Female HelpWanted S UI flllnt faa and anr ouch olalre/ .
Romesites. Centrally located or demand not ao filed ahall bo void ante O.we "
2
elevation. beach and stores Phone The Hint fee mar ho added to thamount thankful r ., B&W Auto Repair] ii
good of claim, and claim fn..... may
4883872.
(3,000 each .. obtained from the Countr Jtidra. malOge 1
. . 'm'a. MODERN EQUIPMENT
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM MORE TUPPERWARE I.OTnS LARRY NATO bell r1N
FRANK a RAEBURN, duplex excellent location. DEALERS ARE NEEDED! ai Exorutor of the Bitatorf e EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE
youL
Low' Snrder Meta
Realtor Close to beach and shopping. housewives wishing to add to ALIGNMENT & WHEEL

251 W. Venice Are. Adults. Available ,Jan. 1st. the family Income, demonstrating A. BRADFORD AM SMITE.IT ,
W. Miami
Phones: 488-1800 or 488-2849 Phone 4881750. Write P. O. attractive, practical, vat'.. Florida, BALANCE
Box 1108.FURNISHED. money saving TUPPER- kttorner for ExamtorPtibllehl .
ESTATE D. 17. 14 II, 1M4, HEIDEN
TO SETTLE WARE. Nationally advertisedand .r.. f. 198 .f Ise
Small, :2 bedroom home 1 BEDROOM has terrific customer acceptance AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
near Gull. $10,500. Duplex. Seasonal or by I and demand. For NOTICE OF SIOCKHOLDEII8'NESTIIiG
Insurance TRANSMISSION SERVICE tOM
. year.. Nokomis. Call 4883912. further' information write Notice to baby plan thai the ... I Agency
.
3 Blocks from Shopping TUPPERWARE P. O. BOX nual StockhoMera' Meetlnc of th.riret 629 E. Venice Ave. Ph. 488.3502 ,
National Bank of Venice foi Milan .
SLEEPING ROOMS, $12 per 1005 E. St. Venice
.. keM. aMa
Center call tho 1M will
11166. St. Petersburg or rear
I bath borne week. Outside entrance. Nokomis dap.. J".1I7 n. 1..11, to tho aoI. THE ALL WORK GUARANTEED-
1 bedrooms, 2
Phone 4883912. 3444331. dI. Plat N.tlond B.ok 01 PHONE 488.2491 (
area.
VX"Director P.M.. faOh.
$17,650.Good MBinnl .t aoo:
sore. of .1.Nn. .... B.d of Handy HardwareRalph
financing MODERN FURNISHED four Wanted fM ltd. and to traiuawmteli .
.
. Help I
other kaamaai aa mar oomo bo
rooms, bath, garage, on Langfert, Prop.
BYRON MARKLE, Realtor, one acre lot Central heat and Real tom hia.FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF 1588 S.Trail Ph. 488-5154 : i/loWJ ffSJ
WANTED Licensed
Phone 488-4708 Venice VENICE.B. '
air conditioning. area. '
I
Graacr.Vic
Estate Salesmen. For best r Merle
Val,., ....tlf.1 morion ..,"&-1..... $85 month. Adults. Yearly Pnaldent and fishier.Pafclfchl .
deal in South County.We sell I
,
CABS .ARGAIN a CAST T.RI\IL basis. P. O. Box 1302. Venice. Deo. IT 14 II 1M4
CALL WU JACOBS. ea..laao ill kinds of real estate; also Jea. f, 1MI.Termites leave theaspirin

FURNISHED 3 ROOM apartment two; model homes in best location -
HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. Walking<< to beach in Venice. See Chips ELECTRICALCONSTRUCTION
712 Pineland Av. Buy for and shopping. 488-3242 or 488- Johnson, Realtor, 306 W. ? Ants? j

balance of mortgage' and 5994 evenings. Venice Ave., Venice. Roaches? Rats? J, "
imall down payment. Pay ? & to us...
balance *. rent. Oil heating 4 ROOM DUPLEX, :2 bed- REAL ESTATE PEOPLE FREE INSPECTION & I MAINTENANCE ,
I
j automatic Tel. 4881321. rooms, screened-ln porch. needed. Kathleen Wilkinson ESTIMATE
Roberts Bay Drive, Nokomis. teaches. We sponsor or hire.
CALL LIGHTING
: BEDROOM :2 Baths, near Phone 4881333.FURNISHED Enroll now for next class at SUPPLIES DRIVE A I

Gulf. By appointment. SIB John E. McLaury, Realtor, "TOX-EOL"

Gulf St., Venice.ATTRACTIVE 3 BEDROOM, 262 South Tamlaml Trail Ph. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc.
2 bath home. Central heat. 488-5551 or 488-5698. 958-4534 Sara collect
DUPLEX. Near Venice Beach. Season.aL Radio Dispatched NEVI CAR
Furnished. Near beach and $1,500. Phone 488-2198 Our Customersare Bate & Cod-rill Streets Phone 488-6794

(town Ideal income property. or 4884344. Write E. S., 613 Auto For Sale e

Call owner. Sarasota 355- Cadiz Rd, Venice. ALL VI.P.NOW C
4588. GALAXIE "500" '
1964 FORD RENTAl
3 BEDROOM, 2 Bath house, 427 Engine, 2-door hard top, WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. '

HOUSE FOR SALE 712 unfurnished, at 909 Grove- 4 on the floor, radio, heater. RAMBLER DODGEMS
Groveland Ave. Lookingfor land Avenue, $75 monthly. Blue. 9,000 miles. Excellent S. TamtamI Trail 488-3965-488-6150
a real bargain? Here it Write M. C. Scales, 1107 condition. $2,700. Phone 474-

to. Small down payment and South Monroe St., Tallahassee 1613, Englewood. SPECIALIST IN. . RENT
LEASE
balance aa rent. All furnished. Fla.PRIVATE. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT or

New central oil heating, Brake Repair a Lubricate Chanii
modem kitchen, 2 bedrooms. ROOM, bath and Mobile Homes Front End Alignment'' Oil Change I DAY WEEK e MONTH YEAR ,
Tel. 488-1321. entrance. Other conven Front End Overhaul I
I Reasonable. 1025 W6 OIVEfr Adjust Headlight Beam

Lots For Sale iences.Groveland Ave., Venice. VAGABONDTEAKWOOD .. Wheel Engine Overhaul Balancing .. Any Electrical Automatic Repair or Stand ESTIL'S Rent-A-Car

a Radio Repairs
ard Trantmiiiion
Repair
vrmeii KKsiDENti LOTS Business Personals at
OWNIB.VRNICB LOU BUSINESS JACOB SITES 4M-UIY DON & ROBBIE ,Aireondittoninq Repair and Imtellatton 215 s. TRAIL PH. 4886541 .

MOBILE HOMES t7RtBinBTAMP9 ,
and AddingMachnea
Real Estate TYPEWRITERS 809 S. Tamiami Trail,

) Chemically(mechanically cleaned oporated VENICEPh. DISTINCTIVE LARGER: '


VENICE Seagrape: GARDENS.Road, 8 single 4 lots or like parts new.if required Just $1250 All makes.plus The Finest .in 488-3414 Mobile Homes GREEN'S FUELfor Real Estate I


duplex lake. Sacrifice, Briarwood 488-0038.Road, on Venice Venice Ave.Stationers 48811113.BOOKKEEPING 211 ff FRANKLIN permanently TRAILER attached with ca. D Corner, J


F. R. A. HOMES Income bana. Vinyl tile completely; Cooling, Heating, Water h..

FROM $100 DOWN State-Federal Wage covers cement floor in ca Heating, Refrigeration< .
As low as $49 month Tax, Personal Typing bana. This exclusively designed Motor Fuel, Air Condition. WANT A BUSINESS? !If

CHIPS JOHNSON, Realtor Reports Champion typist trailer home is compar. Ing and Gas Ltghti INTERESTED ?
Managing Broker for Venice :your home Nominal able to a house worth 10000.
established
Venice Well
30 years experience. omitted. 8 furnished J-room apartments In -
been
Are FHA Home Nothing has
3M W. Venice Ave. Fee Charles Z. N.lms. 17M Some features are: Chryslerair H. N. Wlmmer.-Realtor laundry (not coin). Good net 7 ovemitei plus own-

Phone 488-2241 Banyan Drive, Venice Fla. conditioners, screened IZOOS ers apartment on Trail. Garden Shop, building & stock.

Phone 4885254.: porch with awnings, wall to &. H Green Stamps with REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent Good location. Small restaurant, building & equipment. '

DELUXE, air,conditioner.Furnished Lot dwelling 90'- RUBBER STAMPS made to wall carpeting cover tile in, 21x14 beam living ceilings each new tank Installed during . for Western Union Telegraph Garage building, equipment & stock Large lot. f

y 116'; 15 ft. boat, 7tt H.P. order. :2 bedroom., :2 baths, dinette ; I
motor. Good docking space Office, personal, pocket orstock. and kitchen, ground. her CLOSED SUNDAYS HAZEL I. CONN

Close. $fl.300. C. L. Tiverian 4881432. lease, beautifully landscaped aBG. PEAL ISTATC BROKER BALI L DUNN Aaeetlate
1841 Lucia St., Nokomis East.Phone Price complete $7,000 cash I HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TAMIAMI TRAIL NORTH OF ALBKI RD., NOKOMIS Pt A. '

488- 138. Dressmaking, alterations, Will! sell furniture. This HONES, B.. ISI-1I4I Bee. 411-11(4 r

draperies,=. Reasonable. home is uniqUe and has to be

Rentals seen to be appreciated.

I Phone anytime before Jan O PLEX -fOR SALE *

ROOM FURNISHED;; SHEPAlRD- 3rd.488-1 Then\118. call after 4:30: p.m. CITY OF VENICE COMPLETELY FURNISHED tr Each apartment has two

Root in town. Month oraeesonn bedrooms, living room, kitchen

120 Pedro St..'Venice LUMBER CO. I end beth, ,.,porte
,
Blvd. Boats For SaleI - 3 BEDROOM, 2'/' BATHS 2 Bedrooms Living Room I completely furnished. Rents

FOR LEASE for 4 months. 1003 N. Washington FuelOF FLA. ROOM AIR CONDITIONED Kitchen 0 Dinette Tile Bath I
trely 3 bedroom home. Sarasotacall 5 USED SAILING PRAMS. Green's st $75 per month. Mates'
Terrene Floors $8,500.
r tefully Close Complete with sails, as Is. 0 $900 yearly Income. Sells

*" $300 per month. Byron First come, first served. $50 FLORIDA $1.200 Down for $15,500

hIs, Realtor, Phone,, 48808. ELLIOTT PAUL each. Rowboat, It-ft., newly GULF REALTY '
MARTIN
for painted, $50. 4884806. CORPORATION FRANK C. RAEBURN S. STANCES N {
TRUSSES [ aiALxoaI i iw
ROOF Woe Toole Broker
P. Reg.
,
English, Is such a craiy- Window S. DoomContract Wlnslow is the first of 263 S. Trail, Venice REALTOR w eaw. h.I. .
Alum
quilt"* 40-odd language baste, that sounds it spells ofVowels 48S-2I32 Roofing *.Venice Painting American guarantee a gun minute makers of angleaccuracy to Phone 488.2271 2SI,W. Venice Ave. Phone 488-1600-481-264' 216 S. Trail Ph 488-6738 I. ft. ..d....... -:-

and consonants in phone I at 100 yard -

lame a.Ooo different way.



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ii i-, I J I Riverview Rams Knock VHS Indians What's on My Line





i ; Out Of Holiday Tourney, 57-44 By FRAN BERGER

1 I
And now' we win prepare to and even then thousands of log 011, completely! white,

;i f Yenic wa eliminated In, ed freely; throughout the final field goals. Jim Sikora set the 8-IS; Chflea, 1-1-3; Joelson, 1, lay a large egg.Whenever people will benefit . Yes, (bellys\ up), from the king
:
Monday's opening round ot three periods. The Indiana pace for the Indians with 10points. M, Elliott, IIHawkl; S a so-called writ. I this contest could be far- fish that were killed by the
the< annual Holiday Tournament went almost 10 minutes into Jerry; Hawks wa next 44; Landgraf, 2-04; Green,, er brings up the subject of reaching nets. A haul of several
'. by the Riverview Rams, the game before hitting their, high with elht.ILIverview 1-0-2: Pitcock, 0-2-2; Ringo, 1. sharks in local waters, everybody .. But tor now leta mention thousand pounds would kill
who posted an easy victoryever initial field goal, and added hit a fantastic 2-4 Totals, 1318.44.Score cringes, and then lets !another sore spot . The from eight to 10 times the
D the Indiana by a 57-44 only 12 more during the re percentage of their field goal By Quarters: out lusty screams of righteous extremely poor klngfish! number retrieved in the net '-
{ I core.Riverriew. mainder of the contest in the first two Riverview 21 14 11 11-JJ1 7 indignation to the effect catches from the past season This is what ttracta the
I attempts .. .. . 7 22-44 I that chase the reflect prob sharks to the klngflsh\ net-
I Ii took a whopping Roger Kilmer, Ram for. quarters, but cooled off in the Venice S 12 "you'll an even worse
I 1 1 214 lead at the end of the ward wa high point man for second half when Venice outscored tourist away by mentioning lem. You think the sharksare ten . .
sharks . you'll ruin the bad . it's the indiscriminate
I substtut all
"t opening quarter and the night with 20 on .
the winners by
..:: a 29-221 area . you'll have us on netting practicesof Well, all I got to say I Is
margin.Next I President Johnson's depressed the commercial fishing In- NUTS. Do what some of us
It :i : I action for the Indians Hunt Closing area list . you'll be responsible dustry that is causing the did a few years back . let<
In Sr. Event
35
i Participate will be on Jan. 5th when they for a blight worse whole rhubarb. Commercial a fish, slit him open, inserta
travel to Punta Gorda to meet than the Bubonic plague Itself fishing interests) would like handful of carbide wrapped
': Inclement weather and the low net score by four-man Charlotte High in a White: Dates Listed to have you and me dip into in wax paper, clip him
/ Ii 1 holiday season combined to teams with full Individual Sands Conference tilt. I These comments usually our lint-filled pockets for additional shut, throw him over the side
I : if J reduce attendance at the reg- handicaps applying The winning Venice Scoring Sikora, 5- LAKELAND Regi n al 1 come_from those who really money to be used to I to the shark. Mr Shark will
t ,, 1 ural weekly meeting of the team with a net score of Manager J. O. Brown, Game don know why they are saying eradicate sharks that are graciously accept the fish,
' 1"1 ''I Senior' Monday Morning 149 was composed of Bill Cox, and Fresh Water Fish Com- them. damaging the commercial and within a few minutes,
:! I Breakfast Group at the Lake Cecil Reichart, Harry Weber OLD INDUSTRY mission, has announced closing . . fishermen's nets they say. watch out . they blow up
'Venice Golf Club to thirty- and Wally Curran. dates for several hunting Now, for what really happens This is great. But they do not big as a car, and go "boom,"
five players Two team. tied for second NEW YORK AP) The seasons in the South Florida when you mention say why the Sharks are comIng and the other sharks finish
'j The contest was for total with low net of 150. They manufacturer of glass bottlesis Region following the New iharks I found that back In to their nets. him off.
; I, were Harold Lurie, George one of man's oldest indus Year's holiday, and a final the heyday of Venice, when Most of the commercial (I recommend wrapping It
"i' ---- Hermansen, G. P. Hunter and tries It started in Egypt hunting calendar for the Tarpon Center dock was a fishing Interests key men well. One of the sharks blew
: YOUKCAR G. C. Norell; Albin Johnson some 4,000 years ago The 1964-45 season.Woodcock beehive of activity, with tarpon have never had the opportunity up just a few feet from the
C, E. Ball, Gene Rayburn and crude vials of thOSe days and snipe huntIng hanging aU over the to see what happens fan tail and it created some
,
Joe Lavery. were laboriously turned out will end January. 2. during a kingfish! netting operation unpleasant odors for the rest
I ,, ; place, with only a few peo-
.
t, 1 I _I'. Golfers visiting in the area by hand, whileoday' slick The deer turkey, wild hog ple 1 looking at them, the min From the air I have : of the day) So, how about It A
are reminded that this Mon- containers are machinemadeat and waterfowl seasons end ute I hauled up 300 or 400 seen the bottom (in . when do we start a local
billion a : s.1(I
25 5
elBIU >Jt day morning event is open to the rate of some January 3. pound .hark, all hell broke Feet) where netting a shark contest?
in the U. & alone,
all. Breakfast is available at a year Doves remain legal game loose . and the word would
t Phillips 8 a.m. according to the Glass Institute Con througth Monday, January 4. get to Sarasota and Englewood 8-The GONDOLIER, Venice Fla. Thurt., Dee. 31', 1964

'; I ; J Test your. brakes. When At 8:45: Pro-manager Carl tainer. Bottles Manufacturers in ancient times Quail and squirrels may 28.be as if by magic.It ro.r.rennrr.nncfarurrrn
Rohmann names the nine-hole hunted through February had to be magic for we
E Ii I .' i '': t your down car Uon.t 'brake.still, event to be played and the were priceless luxuries Today Rabbits may be hunted at did not have local radio in
push
your of foursomes, they are household ne- time but hunting license .
Does the pedal feet mushy, make-up the any those days.Before rent car from ECONO-CAR
I I ,, or sink slowly to the floor and play starts immediately. cessities. Is required at all times. the shark was even
If there' trouble in covered with black flies, it
so
1 1 1, car's hydraulic braking your system I was gazed upon by hundredsof we got so big
I people who came to view
: The result could be big ROUGHEST
t FLORIDA'S
? L the predator, and who were
I trouble if you need your

t t I 'l, t :' 'I brake.stopping! suddenly power.and Get have your nor How To Fish TOUGH'EST, FIGHTING FISH tabits.intensely I don't interested remember in all any its 'cause we charge so little N

t j ,I I \; brakes fixed immediately. of those folk. saying they

', One of the most satisfying 1964 were going home to pack Among the 'Big 4" In car rental' tCONO-CAR Is first
3 I : i'i"' I i ante experiences is parking Copyright their girdles and artistic shell In JST.nfilRnt0Vallta't' '! 7 other, Chrysler-built, csrCOMOCMI
4 on what's left of somebody For Snook EARL F. DOWNEY amps to take the next add 3.99..lncludln.aa end oil.
. ''iJ, \ else's nickel) By only train out . No, they anee, seat belts. Can for Inquiry, plck-up or
i :! I' When passing, do not return went home and told everybody -

: f'f'I'I'' t I to the right-hand lane until else, and before you .
,
l I ; :you are sure you are safelyi knew it . we really had a

i !B.( .I, past Wait the until rig you you can are passing see the Water And Tides Mr. Snook Prefers crowd of .shark. .enthusiasts..

.,' other car in :your rear view Red Marston, St. Pete
j l it mirror. When you go Snook fishing months) It gets dark early Time. Outdoor Editor, I. one -399
i t : When most folks need a choose an \incoming tide when days become longer in Prehistoric Sharks guy who isn't afraid to approach -
s J bed ear, they go to a franchised due to reach high anytime summer, darkness does not the subject. Red U S
I I new car dealer such after and on up until mid come until late evening. I Big As A Gridiron! one of the few of us who advocates
I'
,, ',J f" I as ours, BILL PHILLIPS night. Evening darkness However this may be, if Prehistoric aharks, whose getting rid of the GULF GARDEN AUTO CENTERVENICE
If ""I I' FORD in Venice. A new car comes at different times of darkness is due along about teeth found in great problem by creating a contest -
II f dealer has a tremendous cap the year. During winter, 8 p.m and the tide is incoming are Venice beachesand pro to catch sharks. All we've
t I!a ,. ital investment he's ins or outgoing, dependingupon fusion in along Gulf waters, have seen in the past year., when SHOPPING CENTER PR 488-1076
t : \ business to stay. You know the phase of the moon, described .. having one of Mother Nature's creatures
II been
Itl .i he will want to sell you a topnotch for anenioyable and all other conditions are been as large as football is hunted with sufficient
,
11 I. I used car to protect his normal, this is the time to fields by Mrs John Strong zeal and beauocratio supervision -
1; reputation. For a quality GOLF go. It will give you a few it soon becomes rncinct. -
ot the Cape Haa U. S. Ma.
\ I I t weed car see BILL PHILLIPS day of hours both before and after rine Laboratory in Sarasota. .
I FORD. high tide. We know for a fact enthUlla.tlccrowd So, let's put the shark on
to
;i V yea must drive through Speaking an the hot seat, and offer prizesto
I
TRY that more Snook are caught of over 200 fifth grade 6REETIN6S'e
,
water on the road slowdown the angler for skins fins,
dark
I' 5ARASOTAGOLF after by fewer people students at McIntosh Schoolin
.tj ''t" i Then keep your footlightly fishing for them, than during Sarasota, Mrs. Strong ex- or what have you. Perhaps FOR THtlg '
tl on the brake as you CLUB daylight hours when ten time. plained that sharks have al- we could induce some enter- F
proceed. This slight friction rising Chinese restaratuer NEW YEAR
1t'' as many people are fishing the form
most same as they
I' / GREEN
will
the brake
i help keep linings to locate here and add shark
Mr. love fast .
Snook .
$3.00 moving '
a of
did millions
years ago
'I j .f dry. If they get wet, use FEES not fin soup as his featured en 1anaea Me ylery I tar
? I'm
tidwh sure, but are not as big. She said
t !I f.. the same technique to dry Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. possibly because more bait they are known to have had tree.Local bew ew ie r.
them out after leaving the fishing contests could 7,4 plwere to
t' South of Sarasota sane y tk
ft fish are on the move then. two teeth larger than a nor
f 1 water. ".- JI Then aalnSnook can always mal-sized human hand. swell the United Fund, or : M ay sl.eb fee yaw sadea, '

., I take advantage of a fast tide Shark, she added, have cartilage other activities by putting upa
r. r THIS YEAR SEE THETOURNAMENT to get from where they are but no bones. Mr. $2,500 yearly prize a car, a es s
;
1. or> credit on new home in
: to where they want to be or Strong described the teeth as a ,
1:1 that amount, and the fisher.
: are going with 1 less effort being in nine rows with the
men would have to
OF pay an entry -
They can put on a reel burst color ranging from shades of fee of one cent
a poundfor
of speed ,in a fast tide, be- green and blue to brown and his entry. If he catche. I 1'
lieve me, as you too, will black. 400 shark
a pound, he
a ROSES PARADE find out when you have one The speaker told the young. four bucks. The net result pays
on the end of a light monofilament Biers that the laboratory was
will ,be a. serious
first located south of Venice, deficiency; Iea
j IN YOUR OWN HOME line This is one of in the shark: population.
the Snook's major stunts- at Cape Haze, but was movedto * .
IM "LIVING COLOR"ONLY
taking off with a fast tide. Midnight Pass Road when
Of course, the National
I \ The times I suggest to go plans for the Inland Water
j Snook fishing apply to all way shaped up. As an example Wildlife service would then
itl8f88"w of the type of research get in the act, and put the
mentioned and
places up there, Mrs. shark in the classification of
sro e Tiiii down the east and west coast. underway Strongtold the
how a device was crested whooping crane, and proceed
You can secure your autographed
t that the shark would to spend several milions
r,
i+Tb MAA of this brand
y01h4TM"r., copy bump his nose on. Then, a of dollars on a crash program -
1964 illustrated editionof
new
D Ll efyl bell would ring a light flash' to see how they can be
"HOW TO FISH FORSNOOK"
I r under water and a fish would propagated. They will build a
by sending $1.00 to fall. Next, the .hark was new $4,000,000 building in
a Earl Downey 3100 Park St Washington for the
trained to bump his nose one purpose BLALOCK
No. St. Petersburg, 23710 of Conservation of Sharks JAMES T.
$25.00 the of place and the fish would fall : AC'INCY.INC.
Florida. Learn secret '
in another place then the
i How, and Where to fish LOOKING FOR PVT. EYE
Ii DELIVERSRCAVICTOR reuses.. When shark would swim over and _
f t, n Merit a"IM WJ01 for Snook. A list' of Hot-Spots get It. Mrs. Strong explainedthat FORT KNOB Ky. AP) -
6 Si*tub*(MwfMI tfiefiMlei) The sergeant wasn't kidding b/fl'uPahac
+i I C"t*>In. 4 tyfw In 18 counties is given covering one shark got wise and when he walked into the barracks 1929
whenever he heard the bell,
1 the and west coast and yelled "Is AYE.VENICE.FLORIDA
( ALLCHANNELStarlM east he'd get the other shark's : there I .
of Florida. A book all fisher Private Eye here
fish so this particular project
'1 NewYistt2 COLOR TV'ji man should have. was stopped. He was kicking for Private ,
James Eye, a recruit

If MkkMMl.. .tuM*Fomrful.NmVMiTitan. from Louisville. -
'Implied 25.000-volt Hi* $399 95 Students/ Your Out-Of-ToWB!
I, VIola Cote Ckn*(fKtwy tdjinM" ). Foreign
i ., k woopkEdahrfrr.I .. .
r Sarasota
I 1,

thIi Model FF557 (Not Shown) Guests Of Rotary STANDARDHEATING Federal Without

Loss Of Earnings


'jJ-; i --JiJ: 1 TV Inc. Four Rotary International students to Venice to see the I SERVICE

i exchange students who are I Ringling Circus rehearsals as i
iJ attending Jacksonville (Ala.) well as attend the local club

J 1863 SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH 'VENICE-PH. 488-4574 State College were guests meeting. I
Thursday of the Venice-No- Claude Barnard of Belgium i FUEL OIL
J NO SETTER PRICES ANYWHERE komls Rotary Club. acted as master of ceremonies I

4 NO BETTER SERVICE ANYWHEREI) i.t; Their host over the Christmas and introduced fellow
foreign students In additionto
1 WHY GO ELSEWHERE? - holidays was "Rocky"Rockwell
of his
some )
relating experiences
of the Sarasota Rotary
WE GIVE
In America he
,
Club, who brought the
R a \ made a special plea for
every American to learn a


IIIiL it PAINT ALONG I foreign step throughout in language Native a better Bongs the as understanding world.the first GREEN STAMPSPH.


Gordon Burton of Australiagave
a brief description of his SARASOTAFEDERAL
DEMONSTRATIONSBy
M "down under" country with 488-4052''
its 11 million population. He '
emphasized that education 1s .

', state-controlled in his coup E. Venice Ave. Across from
Mary H. Rhoades try, except tor the Catholic Police Station

private schools. He also sangan OFFICE
VENICE
Australian song, accompanying

Noted Sarasota Portrait Artist himself on the guitar ' ;,.v'i; : :, : 446. SO. TAMIAMI TR.
h 'n .w .,.
AlS Othonle! Serrano of Mexico

g Arne Gray Art School & Gallery Alain sang a Chandelier Mexican song of Paris, and, .w I ..i SAVE

120 W. Venice Ave Venice, Fl.. France, sang two songs, one ByiJan.11thkEARiI.
in French and one in Spanish

Beginning Friday, Jan. 8 at 9:30: a.m. Thereafter en Monday at 9:30 ajn. He also accompanied himself "\
on the guitar.
'
$1.25' teuton
per >
I President J. Howard

Bring your own supplier and equipment. Vaughn announced that $750 j ,. Frorn\ ,Jan lit

1 Private (lessees every Wednesday morning at ':30 a.m. Hospital was raised at the for recent the Venice turkey WE,,ACCEPT'ALL STANDARD CREDIT CARDS Iu

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