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Sun Coast Gondolier (Newspaper) - September 1, 1977, Venice, FloridaObituary Charles c. Smith or. Of 200 the Esplanade Venice died tuesday August 30, 1977 at his Home following a Short illness. He was 64. Born in Montgomery ala., he came to the Venice area nine years ago from Jacksonville Fla. Or. Smith was a prominent Venice realtor. He at one time had his own real estate Agency and recently had been associated with Hipshire realty of Venice. He was a member of Venice Nokomis presbyterian Church a past president of the Venice and Jacksonville rotary clubs a member of the Timu Quana country club the Jacksonville children a museum no Vel american legion Post of Venice the Florida association of realtors the Venice area Board of realtors and the Jacksonville chapter of the Institute of real estate management. Or. Smith served in the . Navy during world War ii on the aircraft Carrier .s. Monterey. While at Robert e. Lee High school in Jacksonville he was elected a member of the All american basketball team. He was a graduate of Washington a and Lee University and was named to the honorable mention list of the All american football team. He leaves his wife Jessie Smith of Venice two sons Charles c. Smith jr., of Jacksonville and Thomas r. Smith of Falls Church a. One daughter mrs. H. Robert Corder jr., of new Orleans la. Five grandchildren two Sisters mrs. Louis Meinhold of Venice and mrs. Earnest m. Ricker of Jacksonville. Memorial services were held at 3 . Wednesday at the Venice Nokomis presbyterian Church with the Rev. James h. Huffaker officiating. Memorial gifts May be made to the building fund of the Church. Ewing funeral Home Venice was in charge of arrangements. Sun coast gondolier Venice. Florida thursday september 1, 1977 a 3 business news five Cadet volunteers May bolster Small staff miss continent hopefuls a these Young area misses talk with 16-year-old Cheri Johnson miss continent state pageant teen Winner 1977 of Sarasota and local Winner of the miss continent of Bradenton. With Barbara Moylan local pageant director for Venice Sarasota and Bradenton Are Kathy Trumble nine year old daughter of or. And mrs. James Trumble of Englewood and five year old Helene Zabriskie daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Zabriskie of Sarasota. They will be competing in two of the five different categories for the pageant on Friday sept. 9 at the Venice Community Center. Further information on participation in the pageant May be obtained by calling co director Trumble at 488-5756. Registration deadline is sept. 6. A Cadet fireman program which would draw its participants from the ranks of Venice High school to bolster the understaffed Venice fire department has been Given tentative approval by the Venice City Council. The idea was conceived by fire chief ted Deming and he had asked the Council to approve the plan in the coming budget year along with three extra men. The Council which has been in no mood to provide additional staff to any City department rejected the request for More men. But its members looked favourably on the idea of the Cadet program and told Deming that once he worked out the details of the plan they would consider funding the project from the contingency fund. Councilman b. H. A Berry Quot Walker who is also a teacher at Venice High school suggested that the program be arranged so that students entering As cadets would earn academic credit As is done with several other businesses in the City. Quot i am convinced this will work a Walker said pointing to service news army private John b. Miller jr., 18, son of mrs. Josephine d. Daily 1 Plaza mayor Venice recently completed seven weeks of advanced individual training at it. Benning a. The training included weapons qualifications squad tactics patrolling landmine warfare Field communications and combat a a amp operations. This qualified him As a Light weapons infantryman and As an indirect fire crewman. He was taught to perform any of the duties in a Rifle or mortar squad. Pvt. Miller entered the army in april of this year. He is a 1977 graduate of new directions High school Sarasota. A Beautiful cemetery a a place to remember and be remembered. M Venice . Box 1803, Monico Florida 33595 1952 Contor Road 4% Miles East of 41 by pass cremation. 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Others will be delighted to do it. Why spoil their fun Mark Twain the Success of other student business course arrangements. Deming told the Council he was familiar with Cadet programs in other cities and that the Young students Are often assigned to actual shifts in the department and paid a minimum wage. The Council having already deleted the three extra men suggested the cadets could fill in where they were needed at a Cost less than would be required extra for professional firefighters. Deming was agreeable to the idea but was unsure How to Structure the program in conjunction with the school. Walker said he would try to arrange a meeting Between school officials and the fire chief so the program could begin this fall. Students entering the program would receive training in firefighting methods and other related skills in addition to serving shifts. Cadets could eventually move into a regular fireman a position after completion of the program and More training so As to allow the cite a door to draw from it if it decides to hire More firemen in the future. Marine private David r. Smith son of Ned t. Smith of . Box 522, Venice has completed recruit training at the Marine corps recruit depot Parris Island . During the 11-week training Cycle he Learned the basics of Battlefield survival. He was introduced to the typical daily routine that he will experience during his enlistment and studied the personal and professional standards traditionally exhibited by marines. He participated in an Active physical conditioning program and gained proficiency in a variety of military skills including first Aid Rise marksmanship and close order Drill. Teamwork and self discipline were emphasized throughout the training Cycle. Perc holds labor hearing continued from Page 1 also freely admitted he is against the Union because a the Best interest of the City would not be represented by organizational the City manager in Cross examination said Johnson would have been fired if he had gone to a newspaper with a grievance two More times after he received the first reprimand. Rieth explained that by doing so the City would a be exercising Good attorneys for both sides asked to file briefs on the hearing with Perc and no final decision is expected from that Board for at least a month. The City won the last charge of unfair labor practices made through Perc last year. Deadline extended continued from Page 1 at All Access Points to prevent Public Access the ordinance stipulates. Commissioner Larry Rhodes who was unable to attend last week s meeting tuesday indicated his disagreement with the underlying objective of the ordinance. A we have drainage ditches All Over the county that people can fall into just by stepping off the Side of the Road a he argued. A what about All the county lakes Are they going to have to be fenced we can to protect people from Sandegren agreed with his colleague and when Rhodes facetiously inquired a Why done to we pass an ordinance that parents have to keep kids on their own property a the commission vice chairman quipped a for on a Leash a however the other Board members were not swayed and voted their majority approval of the emergency ordinance. Promotion of David a. Hollis to assistant vice president of United first Federal savings and loan association was announced by president George k. Page. Hollis is a native of Sarasota and a graduate of Riverview High school and the University of South Florida where he earned a . Degree. He entered the . Air Force and held the rank of Captain when he left the service in 1975. Hollis joined United first Federal in september of that year and in december 1976, he was transferred to the Venice office for Branch manager training. He has been serving As a Relief Branch manager. He will continue to work in the Venice area under the supervision of regional vice president James e. Sicks. Three members of the Venice area Board of realtors representing As Many area real estate firms Are attending the aug. 28 sept. 3 realtors Institute a we Klong education program conducted by the Florida association of realtors. They Are Walter e. Tim paradiso realtor associate with St. Armands Circle realty Dan Lapham a realtor with Don Basel inc., and Robert l. Burgess broker and owner of Robert l. Burgess realty. A faculty of 20 instructors conducts classes in real estate fundamentals Legal aspects economics listing and Selling finance advertising construction condominiums taxes appraising office management investment exchanging syndicates communication and properly management. Instructors come from three states and eight Florida communities. Realtors Institute classes opened with an evening orientation session on sunday and will close with a written exam saturday morning. Chief ferry May run continued from Page 1 manpower is necessary to provide adequate Protection for local residents. However Council rejected his Appeal in favor of a balanced budget with no tax increase. Praised by his Force for the Job he has done and for a standing up to City Hall Quot the chief nevertheless submitted his resignation. Airport manager Russ Graham and comptroller Tom Holmes have within the last year resigned their positions As a result of disputes with the Council. Buys galore see free Paget 32-33 this Issue i people helping people families turn to us at a time when they need special understanding and thorough help. We go out of our Way to deserve the great Trust that they place in us. Farley funeral Homes Venice 265 Nokomis Avenue phone 488-2291 North port 100 Biscayne drive phone 426-2880 David p. Farley funeral director Ron Reed hearing Aid Center 716 Rialto St., Venice 488-1180 authorized Venice Engle Wood area dealer for wide hearing c6ulf pins of armorial Park established 1960. In serving Venice Englewood North port my mum interment Gyula Julius Meszaros sept. 1, 12-noon bom information Stofil Ohwa Tito to Box tic Van Kcf pm 464 1 84 Honor Quot Man of the year Quot Kirk Pederson director of the Englewood recreation Center was honoured by the Englewood Jaycees As their Pederson received the award at the Englewood area chamber of Commerce annual Coffee honouring the teachers held at Lemon Bay Junior High school recently William Wellbaum said Pederson was chosen for the Honor Quot in recognition of his service to the Community and his dedication to his work with the Pederson is in charge of the Center located on Orange Street which is a Sarasota county Parks and recreation department facility. Pederson who lives in Venice is a native of Hastings minn., and was graduated by Mankato Minn state University. He has been with the rec Center since last december

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