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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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nt. Bank S&L Resources Show







1 : $12 Million Spurt In Past Year




I
By W EARL AUMANN ment that "during October, our

An Increase of more than $12 I seventh month we began operating -
City Building million in resources of the four in the black and the last
financial institutions serving quarter of the year revealed a
Venice underscored the area's worthwhile profit

accelerating growth and prosperity : First Plate

$$200,000 Under YN in the year just closed. : Payne also pointed out that
Year-end atatements of all according to June 30 and Dec
showed sharp gains with First 31 reports of the Florida Bankers .
National Bank of Venice topping Association, the First Nat
1963 Figure the list with a total of ional Bank of Venice stood in

$5,171,816.83 in assets duringthe first place as to total deposits
: nine months it has been in and assets among all newbanks
Due to a big drop In permits
existence. giving it the distinction in this
general areawhich
,sued in December, $85 470, .
'
I of being the fastest grow- in
budding construction in 1963 Ii opened 1963
fell $215019 short of the $1,. / ing new bank on Florida's west J. Howard Vaughn, president
coast,
of the Venice-Nokomis Bank
627.478 registered In 1962 and
The Venice-Nokomis! Bank,
$1,359,183 short of the record also expressed great satisfaction -
breaking figure of $2,771,642 Sarasota County's oldest bank over the progress made If
hung In 1961 and the area's biggest, reported the area as well as his bank,

""'A""' _" ... .. _.......i The up one bright spot, however an increase of $879.829 88, "It has been a very gorm
'-'- --- bringing its total assets to $13- "
year he said "and we havoc
,
the in '
HOSPITALS FIRST BABY Mils Kelly Lynn the number, was of great increase issued h 071.354.42. had ;what we consider a aoundhealthy
u the first 1964 baby to arrive at Venice Hospital. permits First Federal Savings &: Loan growth. Our profits
for residences and
I I' i the first addition to the Patrick J. Bigness family individuallyowned Assn of Sarasota reported its have increased over corresponding

I whose parents are Mr and Mr. Fred Davis This indicates apartment substantial buildIngs.in- Venice office had increased years and we have
i '' 000. By being the first New Year a savings accounts by nearly $4
r baby Kelly it the in the of a transferred $85000 of our increased -
crease growth population
40 merchandise and account million, although exact figuresfor
savings prizes donated within the limits. earnings to our surplus
1 merih:ints in the 13th annual GONDOLIER sponsor city these deluxe the year were not yet available account bringing! it up to $405-
I Contest, (GONDOLIER PHOTO by Bob Obendotf) Outstanding among e this early in the month 000
>f- X-< apartment buildings started T Sarasota Federal Savings &
L.L.I'u in 1963 were the $310,000 Loan Assn. said precise figures Dividend Paid
three story Venice Beach I "Despite our increase In our
likewise were not available
Apartments at 100 The Esplanade r capital stock from $250000 to
but
presently a preliminary
; Kelly Lynn Bigness the $140000 Whitecap 1 report showed an increase of $405,000 we have declared our

Apartments' north of the Venice more than $2 million in savings usual"50 cents per share dividend

Yacht Club; the 13-unit r,, r accounts at the close of business Vaughn added.
Town House Apartments on 411 Dec 31. Charles E. Bruin, Venice
First 64 Arrival West Venice Avenue; and additional Branch manager of the Sarasota
All
units of the Palm Terrace Optimistic Federal Savings and Loan
REPRESENTING VENICE HIGH SCHOOLon nifying all-star status Is Jim Powell, Venice President George E. Young-
Assn. also said
Apartments, also on West the White Sands Conference All-Star football head football coach. All 22 of the All-Confer- berg Sr and William C. recently "Thishas
been a successfulyear
By PEGGY BOGART each from Sarasota Savings & Venice Avenue, team for the past season are, right to ence members were honored Thursday' night Payne, executive vice president for the Venice very But
7''' I.id I I baby of the New Loan Assn., the Vt'nice-Noko- Commercial Down left, Bruce McDonald, Gordon Bradford and with a banquet at the Sarasota Terrace Hotel of the First National Bank forward area
are looking to
There little commercial we an
,II c 1 ,ved at 10::SO: p.m New mis Bank Young Vogue Brit was Bob Harrison Congratulating Harrison while University of Florida' head football mentor of Venice!, expressed pride in even greater for 1964
started year
..' 3 D.I y at the Venice Me- tun s House of Furniture' Raw construction 1963. The most important during permit presenting him with a miniature football sig- Ray Graves was guest speaker the progress the new bank has Sarasota Federal Savings and

,,1IJ spit \L She is Miss les Funeral Home The Men s was for the $50,000 Driftwood ---- made since it opened its doors Loan is proud of the part it has

I Inn Bigness and her Shop, Western Auto Associates Cafeteria in the Venice! CAPT. CONNOLLY TELLS WWI VETSU.S.Commercial last March 29, and both were played in the local economy by
l'' I'Iro U. S. Army Ser Inc., and Ben Franklin Stores. Shopping Center. All the others optimistic about 1964- financing many homes during

I t d, Mrs Patrick J. Big- Savings Accounts A-ere small projects such as the In a letter sent to stockholders the past 12 months We will
,
H,'r grandparents are Both the First National Bankof Van Wyk commercial building and depositors; accompany. continue to stress thrift and
". aid! I Mrs! Fred Davis of 65 Venice and the First Federal $10800, the Ringlmg Circus Cable Ship ing its yearly statement the home financing as our major

n.l' St.. Englewood Savings and Loan Assn. have storage building, $12,000; the two officials said: "During our role in the community"
(( lij', who tipped the scales set up $5 savings accounts for II Breedon garage $11,000; fires year we psssed/eeveral The Venice hrmvh nt this
| ) pounds 14 ounces became the newcomer two Victor Hefty warehouses, significant points in our forward Sarasota institution was established
,,1'1' ,'< first baby somewhat A "must" for every baby $8000 and $9800; the Dand- course, since our stu- six years ago
"u1!:! the fortunes of fate. A comes from BeaU', Depart ridge star and efficiency, $6'. Largest And Most Advanced"For pendous million dollar opening The First Federal Savingsand
C n ore than a year ago the day March Loan Assn established its
ment Store which Is giving 500; and Bowden'. $7,500 com- :
i
Iparent" Mr, and Mrs three dozen diapers while other mercial buildmf "By the Pert of June, Venice office in mid-1962 with ""
." moved to Englewood of out our deposits exceeded $2 million Harry D.
necessary and welcome ,gifts Several other large commercial every operation paying Raby as manager.
ithjge. N Y., where come from Liggett Drugs, a buildings were atarted in the first time in nearly cable with the repeaters attached On June 30, our assets ex- Because of its fast-growing
c other and father had Rexall Baby Set; Newberry. 1962 but finished in 1963 however 100 years of oceanic cable lay was tested. ceeded $3 million with our deposits operations it moved into its
rq' nn 1 d, met and married Shoes, baby shoes; Taylor These included the First Ing the largest and most advanced "A completely new type of approaching the $2'a! new building in January of last

"t 1\lvember. Sgt.( Bigness Hardware and Paint Co., a set National Bank of Venice, $100 commercial cable shipin linear cable engine was designed million mark. year. In discussing this new
sent to Frankfort, Gernv of Apothecary jars, Adam. and 000; the First Federal Savings the world is now under the by the Bell Telephone Laboratories "On Nov 6 our assets surpassed building Executive Vice PresU!

and Elaine came to En. !Houser Hardware Inc., a baby It.: Loan As-m, $137.900 build American flag and manned bya and built by Western $4 million and our deposits dent George K. Page said, "We
"\i Kd to stay with her par bath tub and F W. Woolworth ing; the Venice Medical Cen- U. S. Merchant Marine crew s r Gear Corporation to handle the exceeded 3400000. think Venice is in the centerof
t, until the "blessed event" an Even.Flo Baby bottle Steril- ter, $90000, and Grady Hough of 128." rigid repeater. and unarmored "By Dec 31 we had accumulated one of the finest areas in the
k place! Both Mother and office building, $16,000. That was the opening state cable," he added. $4.561.905 in deposits and country and I think we have
Ii filer plan to Join Sgt, Bigs izerTo our assets had risen to $5,171,. demonstrated our faith in the
The 1963 started off at
<_ ,, add to the already full year ment in a talk made by Capt. "This new cable engine is 40
soon as Dr. George 816"After future of Venice by construction
a slow pace with building permits James H. Connolly of Shore feet long, 15 feet high, 10 feet
larder comes a baby thermom.
\ii who officiated at the de. thanking the depositorsand of the large Venice
totaling only $60,821 issued Drive Nokomis, at the annual wide and weighs i 180000 branch.
eter from Dick and Meadows
. f 'unds the "all clear. friends for making this "It is about as large
as our
in to "
January as compared Christmas party of Veteransof pounds, Capt Connelly said
Pharmacy a handsome baby
"
v v is the Bignesses first record achievement possible main office in Sarasota he
the equally low figure of $72- World War I at the Venice "It somewhat resembles two
stroller from W T. Grant Co; C"
I
cut Kelly is the newest the two officials edded a state pointed out.
monthin
413 issued in the
from same Civic Center tractor. placed bottom to bottom
I her of a very large famRigness a sterling silver baby cup
'..1.' -' Is the Don Shrode Jeweler, a charm. 1962 He was referring to the so that their caterpillar
lit young- ing baby calendar from Hart's February dropped to $29.157; Cableship 'Long Lines," of tracks touch.
eIght children and
ac
-, .cg: to Mrs Davis their Import House tnd two lovely March still lower and to $25,238 for as which he has been the master "The grips of these tracks Boyd Gernhard To File '
lii urandchild. photo albums one from Venice against $66.903 $48,430 since it was built in 1961 for tightly clasp the cable so as
Such Public Acclaim Stationers and one from Venice the same two months the previous the Transoceanic Cableship to pull it out of the tanks in

1. Camera. year Company a subsidiary of the shallow water and to retardits
it does the Lt
every year
Noted
Ii of f the first baby causes A fabulous food supply From then Pickup building con American Telephone and Tele- pay' out speed when the For Circuit Court Clerk I
"d 1 Ideal of excitement Mra. comes from the Venice groc truction started on to pick up, graph Co, of New York, and water is deep," he said as he

I' explained that In all theN en Publix Kwik Chek and hover and the next eight operated by Ishmian Lines Inc further explained that "this
," times that she and herd Bodwen Foodway who will months held, their own through This $19 million ship the CAPT. J. If. CONNOLLY must be done smoothly and
first commercial cable to avoid to the Sarasota County Commissioner tk
." had been made each present the New Year November with figures ship evenly damage
April
v' grandparents that this Baby with a case of Gerber built to operate under the tinued. "Most Important of the I cable. Boyd Gernhard has an-
totaling $64,719 as against $23- nounced he would file for elec
American flag, was designed changes made were the development (
< the first time that there Baby Food and Edmondson 475 in 1962 Almost Human
I with her function asa of submerged amplifying tion to the office of clerk of
especially
iron such public acclaim Farms is supplying a case of May did not quite equal the a "At the same time he
II 'hen I visited my daughter milk, 1962! figures but registered $95,. cable-layer in mind at all station, which made pointed out, "this almost human Circuit Court subject to the
d!I.y after Kelly's arrival Special t0 !mother 367 as compared to $96,045 the times, he told the more than telephony possible over the machine must be able to Republican Party primary.The .
,iv had to give up, I With special thought given to previous 200 veterans and their wives, oceans, and the development of sense the approach of the repeater announcement came as
n't compete with all the Mother," Farley Funeral June and year July surged ahead, at the Christmas party the unarmored coaxial cable. with its increase from no surprise at the courthouse
photographers and writ. Home will supply the ambulance however with permits of $138 Faster CableLaying"The This rigid repeater, as it has the one and a quarter inch where it has been rumored for
1 co were gathered around for the ride home from 260 compared to $63,443 the past seven years have been termed, is a complete diameter of the cable to the .I some time that he would seek
1 "r f pertinent data" the hospital and "specials" for previous year and $192,444 seen an accelerated develop amplifying station of vacuum I 13 inch diameter of the repeater the post

wi there certainly is publicim Mother and Dad will be two compared to $121,856Augut ment in the submarine cable tubes, transformers, condensers ." In making his announcement,
The Venice merch- free' dinners prepared by The although ringing upa industry," Capt. Connolly con- and coils which have been Explaining the unique mechanism Gernhard said:
as they have for the past fishesman's Wharf, The Cue healthy total of $324,595 in compressed into a torpedo I of new devise he added "I've had this matter under
vein, have contributed 40 Club and Cardinal's Villa-No- permits, again fell behind since shaped tube 36 Inches long "at the right Instant the machine consideration for< over a year
'utiful and useful gifts to comis which will be followed it had a record $450,917 to beat. Circus Stars and 13 Inches in diameter, and widens and closes its The decision was subject to
'". me the new arrival. Theca by a bottle of champagne pre September kept ahead with Big which weighs 500 pounds," he Jaws progressively in a kindof the timetable of the Repub

First Baby will beginr sented by The Deck House anda $!74,5aO in permits as comparedto explained swallowing action that lets lican program for the county
rc'n' with a warm and book of 10 tickets from the $71,550 in 1962, and Octoberdid "The outer brass casing of the repeater pass through commission set forth in the
'rty welcome a beautiful'Iut't Gulf\ Theatre. its part with $97,178 in per- Here For FinalRehearsal this must remain water tight I without damage and without 1960 election campaign

( I for mother and child Llna's Brush and Comb mill as against a low of $32,705 under the enormous pressures i allowing the cable to slip on "I feel the major goals of
i m the found the in its to the sea at speedsup this program have been attained -
LaZy Susan Shop The Beauty Salon is standing by the previous year. on ocean body way ,
1"'' Garden Center is giving to shampoo set and give mother November chalked up a WeekTopbill depths up to three and one-! to eight miles per hour." or at least will be well
1 ow"''ing plant and Eiss' has a haircut and Welch' South strong figure of $226,150 to beat half miles and is expected to Although only two cable underway by the end of my

ted an arrangement oft Venice Nursery School is look the $161,380 in permits issued last in excess of 20 yean un tanks were used In the experimental term. A check sheet outlining .
I 'al flowers and greens ing forward to a one day' that month in 1962. start began pouring attended" he added. work, Capt. Connelly these goals and their attain BOYD GERNHARD
[here are gift certificates free visit with the new baby. But the best December coulddo into Venice over the weekend, "This combination of the one said the final design of the ment with which many county
Other gifts for the baby will with a big $417,879 to beat, for the last week of rehearsalsat and one-quarter inch coaxial ship called for three main citizens are already familiar- Gemhard was one of three Republicans
OP come from Venice Nursery was $85,470, bringing the total Mingling Brothers Barnum cable and the submerged repeaters cable tanks capable fo carry will be presented to the votersIn elected to the Commission
Federation
School and Kindergarten and for 1963 to $1,412,459. and Bailey Circus grounds before (or amplifying stations ing over 2,000 miles of armor- the not too far distant future in November of 1960 ;

resident Mrs Young'. Kindergartenand The permits Issued during the show leaves for Miami ) placed along it at 20 less cable and four smaller defeating Democrat incumbentGlen
Guestere one year s subscription to December were: next Monday mile intervals allow 128 voice cable tanks in the voids between "This formal announcement Rose who had been appointed
the Venice GONDOLIER from W Mann Browne, Lots 18 Three days of dress rehearsals conversations to be carried on the main tank. to carry was withheld until the retire- to the Commission by
Wednesday Its editor and 19, Block 122, addition to will begin this week, and one cable at one time. I I 100 miles of repair cable for ment announcement of Incumbent Governor Collins

.fl' May L. Harwood of Congratulations Kelly Lynn residence, $3,000. Miss Mae Lyon., executive Capt. Connelly pointed out existing systems. W A Wynne Mr. An Ohio native, Gernhardwas
1 'na D Grady Hough Jr, part Lot publicity director is scheduled "The repeaters, required Wynne has served Sarasota
Beach, president of and our best wishes for a hap- the "Long Lines" was built born on September 9, 1908
Florida' Federation of Rem py and prosperous New Year II 1 and Lot 6, Block 65, additionto to arrive sometime today from around the requirements of : every 20 miles along the route, I County honorably and well, in Port Clinton a small fish-
New York to handle publicity are spliced into the cable as over a long period
Women from business building, 5000. and
will be guest i to you and your parents successfully loading storing, ing resort community on
Robert M Stertes Lot 17 Charles: Schuler, advance publicity the ship Is loaded and except "It has always been my
I' it the Venice-Nokomis all of us who have awaited and placing these repeaters the shores of Lake Erie. H.
|(' hull i 'an Women Club i your timely arrival Block 37, Apartment ((4 units), man, arrived Wednesday and the unarmored cable in for the heavily armored shore feeling and ,always will be, attended grade school in Toledo
I ""eon $25.000. from Baltimore to handle the ends, the cable is in one continuous Gernhard concluded, "that later the
meeting Wednesday and Miami Military
water.
12 30 p.m. at Early Wynn I Robert M Stertes, Lot 18, ire-opening publicity deep I I length before the pay such public officials should be Institute in Ohio for his
k House Western Style Block 37, Apartment ((4 units), Thousands of area circus 'Dryland Ship'"For out is started," he said j accorded proper respect and high caned training.
'', Mdents and members oflrn'lta. $25.000. buffs poured Into the winter nearly two years before "The new linear cable engineis consideration from other officials ,
'+, North Port Char Square Dancers Paul E Cockrill, Lot 20, luarters arena, which seats construction of the ship was placed at the after end of and certainly from their At the University of Michigan
I he
Ch rlotte and Manatee Block 6, East Gate, residence, 5.000. for the Friday and Sat t land cable ship the ship and Is used for I long own appointed employees" where was a member c
[',bs will be guests Wednes- Call MeetingAll $10.000. urday performances and it is was operate on a hill top at ocean pay outs At the forward I Gernhard 53, long active in ,o the Class of and 1930, he was
v estimated that between 5 and the Bell Laboratories end of tha GOP affair., with his wife was a business journalism
and Mrs Carl Hamilton, Western Style Square Orville Ives. Lot 8, Block Telephone I ship a conventional I
'dent sold| preliminary Dance enthusiasts are invitedto 206. storage room and garage, 10,000 will attend the dress rehearsals at Chester, N J.," he cable engine is used among the founding membersof major, and later took additional '
| n. will be formulated for attend an Important meeting $2.800. tentatively set to begin -' explained for grappling repair work and the first Young RepublicanClub courses at the University' of

I forth:omlng presidential tomorrow night at Venice Gardens Henry Benslnger, Lot 10, : either on Wednesday or Here a full size model of I landing shore ends" he added in Sarasota County in Southern California
l"Pin? bt member. of the Recreation Center at 8 Block 13. residence $13,000. Thursday. the cable deck and two cable "Precise placement of the 1948. During the first four years
L Florida Coast clubs at p.m. Several 1 Items are on the Elsie Anderson, Lot 15, Block Premier 1964 performancewill tanks, 50 feet high and 200 feet able is one of the require- Now serving his third year after he left college h. was
meeting I I agenda for discussion. B8, repairs to residence, $1,990. be oo Jan. 18 ia Miami. long were constructed and I I (Contloued an page 2) OQbe County Commission, | Continued .. page


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MONDAY, JANUARY 6, | J
-- -
THE VENICE GONDOLIER I -
unit.It

TWO Churchin early resident of the area, will BOYD GERNHARDContinued was while he was .
on
Congregational
Cleveland Academy of Medicine came here three years ago of Norwich Park and associated with be held today at 10 a.m. at ( from page 1) duty with the Navy In 1944 active
Ohio State Medical As&n from that city He was a retired I of Rawlei Funeral Home Chapel.
I Venice United Church in the advertising that Mrs Gernhard moved to
Obituaries lieutenant of the Cincinnati died employed
who
American Medical Asm ; was Christ. Mr. Springstead, business in both Detroit Sarasota with the couple's two
a member of the Baptist Fire Dept. Survivor Include her husband Thursday, was 75-yer-old. He agency and on the Welt Coast children and bought a horn
of the Master In Cleve- Mr. Braun was a member of his home at Spring Hill
Church made
the a
EARNEST R. BROOKS serve Corps and was on Arthur H. Pay IOn; later served as sales man here.
DR. vascular Board at land, for 54 years; a memberof Queen City Masonic Lodge 569 Charles Edward Park, N. Tamiaml Trail. He He
Brooks 81, Cardlo brother sales managerand March of IWfl
R. divisional In
Dr Earnest Fla.later folWini
Star
F&AM
and Masonic Lodge 683, of Cincinnati; of Eastern anda was born in Brookiville, ager
Kansas Calif., for
died Funstun in ,
of Pomona
of 424 Armada Road Camp Eames andcame general sales manager his discharge from the service
North
and presidentof Chapter 45 and of the lived Palmetto
past in
Cleveland, Fox
chief of evacuation; at Hospital Mrs Walter S. food
Venice Hospital. was aister, known became !
Thursday at nationally Gernhard a
manure
the Sojourners. Port Charlotte Boat Club here from that city in the various
native. of Wheeling, 133. In 1936 he was com member include hia widow, of Hingham, Mass. citrus and beverage manufacturers. I turer agent. In 1950, he or
ye; Wse a missioned Lt. Cot. in the Medical He was an associate Survivors services were con- early 1930s He was a
W. Va, and was a graduate of Corps During WWII he of Ven,* United Church of Mrs Eunice' Braun, a son, Funeral Saturday at Park Congregational grower and real estate broker During World War Ii. he ganizrd: a wholesale beverage
Washington and Jefferson College doctor for the 700 Air Cadets Christ Gerald Braun of Cincinnati ducted Church Norwich Mr. Springstead was a member served in the Navy with the distributorship which he opals
and Western Reserve was and military personnel at Survivors Include his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Zoe Fay In Mt. Auburn of Venice First Baptist rank of lieutenant senior- ated for nearly a decade. He
Medical School. He began his College Mrs Julia K. Brooks; a son Krellic of Richmond Ind.: his with interment Mass Church and Venice Masonic grade spending a year in the disposed of it a year befori
Fenn Cambridge
medical practice at Warrens- E. Ralph Brooks Jr., of Cha- mother Mrs Daisy Hall of Cemetery, Home was in Lodge 301 F&AM South Pacific as officer In he assumed his seat as a men
University Funeral
villa Tuberculosis SJnlh.rum He was active in for grin Falls, Ohio; a daughter West Palm Beach and five Rawles arrangements. Survivors Include his widow, charge of an advance base ber of the County Commission.
Cleveland local
In 1909 and retired from active Circle YMCA In Mrs Evelyn Gall of Cleveland grandchildren charge of Mrs Nellie Mae Springstead; -
r practice in Cleveland, Ohio in I many years, was medical doc-for six grandchildren and two Funeral services will be held 7 a sister Mr*. Edith McCoy of
1958. I tor at the city dispensary Irea tog r and child ren. in Cincinnati with burial in UNERTLE Palmetto, four nieC'f'lI. Mrs
4 In the interim( during WWII 30 years, in charge of babies doc- Memorial services were held Oakhill Cemetery Glendale, Louis J. Unertle, 61, of 617 N. Katherine Lee of Sarasota,
he served In the Medical Re- and children; was school here Saturday at Hawks Ohio Raw lei Funeral Home Tamiaml/ Trail died Thursdayat Mrs. Barbara Black of Hous REPLACE YOUR DAMAGED PLANTS
physician
1945 was
tor from 1912 to RestaurantCo : Funeral Home Chapel Funeral was In charge of local arrangements Venice Hospital. ton. Texas and Mr. Nellie

for Clark and chief examiner services will be at Shaker Mr,Unertle. born in Ashland, Glenn and Mrs Wilma Badenof with
\ for 35 years several life insurance Heights, Cleveland, with Inter- Wis.. later lived In Honolulu. Bradenton; and one nephew,
for ment In Lakeview Cemeten !MRS ELSIE MAY PAYSON Hawaii where he was employ.ed John Stabile of Tampa
also served -
Ii'Ii'1 i companies lecturer He on the Cleveland Mrs Elsie Mae Payfton, 64, at the Hawaiian Ordnance The Rev. Richard R. Lloyd, -COCOPLUMOSA--\
ai guest colleges and a winter resident for the past Depot for 31 years until his retirement pastor of Venice First Baptist
of several
24 I staffs CARL FREDERICK RRAl"N four years from Norwich. in 1955. He came Church will officiate at the
J Phone Venice 488-270! hospitals Carl Frederick Braun 5" Conn.. died at Venice Hospitalon here from Honolulu In 1959. funeral services Graveside

_..'::. = PI. UON,..AVB_i He was a member of the 125 Merril St North Port Dec, 31 He was a member of Le services will be conducted by S1.95 and up
Charlotte, died Thursday ai' bJJ She was a native of Mtrsh- Progress de LOeeanie Lodge Masonic Lodge 301, F&AM.
I home.A I field Hills, Mass 371 F&AM and Aloha Temple Interment will be in PalmettoCen
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES native of Cincinnati n. Mrs Payson was a member (Shrine) in Honolulu Church and of -.tery COLD HARDY
-- --- Emmanuel Lutheran I

EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY here his widow CABLE SHIP FIELD GROWN SALT TOLERANT
survived
I He Is by I
TRADITIONAL tf. .& "" Mrs Amelia S. Unertle. (Continued from page 1))
l Services were held Saturdayat ments of successful: installation 474.2413 474.3223
Let us sly?. your favorlt.81. WA.W5CENTER. Rawles Funeral Home Chapel and to facilitate this the
or ceramic into beautiful lampt.flewi with the Rev Charles I. I main propulsion of the ship

t ing Restyling Rowe of Emmanuel Lutheran can be controlled directly from 1

All Lamp Repairs Church officiating, and Mason the navigating., bridge, or from
ic services were conducted by the term of the ship ss wellas
VENICE
Work. by Eiperiencad" Denqneri; and IN Venice Lodge 301 F&AM from the engine room" he

Crafomen 264 So Trail 4882198 further explained. HURRY HURRY !
BROADLOOMS RUGS CARPETS A. He s a VeteranCapt ,,
LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. Connelly calm quiet 1
THE a j
See Our Large SelectionsBuy Funeral services for ErvingE man of 58, is hardly the type of The 1964 Edition Of
TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA I Inventory A Springstead of Nokomls man one would expect to find
204 TAMIAMI From Our Large native Floridian and one of the "The Greatest Show
at the helm of a ship like the
"Long Lines" Yet he has beena On Earth" r'
specialist in cable ships and
I cable laying for more than 30 With .
e I \
years A native of Schenectady N. CHOREOGRAPHY BY

TO OUR SHAREHOLDERS : Y., he has ,een a ship's officer The Incomparable
since his graduation from the
New York Slate Maritime College .

The figurti Oil this 1963 financial; lUtement raflict in 1923 and was licensed DICK BARSTOW

found for Siniot Ftdiral' Swings ind w ai a master mariner in 1937. ARENA
continued RINGLING
ft growth ew He and his wife Ruth movedto at the
loan Association W* ara proud to h+v* grown to more Pq4 r "4 ; Nokomis in 1956 from Seattle Ntrt to Venice Airport
'
than $77 million in atitn in the brief II yore of our '}, 5 and like it fine here," al-

exitdote} and we want to thank the more than 60,000 ""'" though he is not home but Where You Can SeeTHE
about three months of theyeer.
t customtrt whoa livings aecounti and horn* loam hive d""' Before becoming master of FLYING WAYNES

made this record poinbl*. Some of our cuttomert haw r the Long Lines" Capt. Connelly -

been. with ui tinea the beginning and others hive coma + ;, sf ;, ; ,,' 4 was in command of U. S. CAPTAIN HUGO SCHMITTWith

to recently it took all to build our Atiociation ,M t' Army's Meyer"cable which ship laid the"Albert Seattle J. H.i. Herd of Elephants

We hope that you will find many eccauont to stop in sty 4' i ;hr a p to Alasha telephone cable and CHARLES MOROSKIThe

of our 4 convenient officer, and we hope that you will .,"? ; 'a several military cables
Before coming home on a 90-
regard the ngn; of our Golden Eagle as YOUR Anociat tion. t S [_ ?} e e 'd day leave he laid the third Hone Trainer

All of us at Siraiota. Ftdtrtl pledge to continue the sound, an r, w+M c transatlantic telephone cable HANNEFORD'S
FAMOUS RIDING
coniervative policiti which have meals ui strong, and we i ]t 4 n i between Tuckertown N. J.,

wish the belt of health, hippmau and luccati ta you 'a and Widemouth on the Cornish From Nearby Osprey
I coast: of England
in 1964. 0 The Long Lines" Is now on And Many Other Thrilling Act Will Mate U, Th*
Cordially, its to the Hawaiian Islands
way Brot. Barnum & Bailey Circus
1944 Rmgliro
OVERTON ;
D. WILLIAM and he expect to join

PresidentStatement her early in January. '

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LIABILITIES & RESERVES

First Mortgage Reel Estate Loans .. $$66,939,194.00
Savings Share Account . . . $6358624381 I 'a'"wY r I e"
+m loam on Swings Aeeounti ,,. ,,,. 143780 Advances 6
from Federal Horn Lots Bank a dyi
Prepaid F.$.L.I.C. Premiums .. .. .. JII84I37" 1,900,000,00, '9'T r, rx
loam
in Process " _. ". .. 2,47583210 L"rK z Is .
Cash and Investment .. .. .,,, ,. Advance
Paym.nh-T..al and 'Insurance 169,643.77,,
Federal Home loin Bank Stock 1gY'
745,000.00 Other liabilities . .. .. .. ... 4239857
U.S. GowrnmanSecurities ...,. S02I.02945,
Reserves and Surplus ... ,, ,. .. > 4.017,19641
Cash on Hind and in Brinks 2:267:041:22: : : se A

Office Buildings and Equipment Total Llobili'iM and Reserves . $77,191,314(6 r A'nlI IitV + ELF ,- ww7 M:"

Ilisi( Depricnton, ) . ... .. I,405,189.15 My
DIRECTORS
Real Estate Owned .. .. .. . .. 291,22710 y Sty ; 1,
Too.... 9Rbwb
+ 11.11 0 Will"*' Other Asuti . ... .. .. ... . .. 6001231' I Ch.r.. r.d.ni.'" Prttld.nlliriMti FtdtrllC /

.Richard.. I. Arnold John O. IIlnn.
Total' Assert .. ... .. .. ..... $77.191,31466 e.tIIl.d Pubin 110.1. INCYtire Lana 0'Wn YIN Pro.P 'I ins.:s '

Whiles P. e...*' J.n.. I. Kirk
Senor, C.nr: a :.. Ali Att""' ., Z
+ kpT, a or )ryrf
rod L. MocOon.1d D., A. Laeu M.tUM
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OFFICERS
P6env is. n J.hn Whlt.d.W. Wnlud4eThemN ,

C/O..n. .f tJ.M ?rant" APDlnnq alo" ?

D. WII1nM O..n
Ma l M..gone Ofn..r 511,111,11/
warns .. J.mi., SARASOTA FEDERAL'S COTTON MUSLINS
b..ut,.. Vice Pned.MInntl gronthin

C. Andnwl ALL IN SNOWY WHITE4f'
vN' P".nt, a groiiing yob
industry
Lrdn .. II", ...... "
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Actng .
.te" *
i Ch.I.. I. ."" over $" million,' in IV/z 4 hued 721108, style.FLAT SHEET or twtn- 169zI
A"I".nl YiN, Pne. years /, Long wearing soft

0...... I. D."": I- It Reg 1.11
A"I".nl: YIN ...' .
M.w.n GU".d. I y t' /f 11110a.fLATSHEETordOUble 179
uktanVlu ...., / nets s fined style.Stock up now.

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A".nt. Ruth..Don...te". limit moth Rayon-nylon sue 298

O"rg. W. Nwe.Nr si no.toe ,i 'Sate binding 72a9p'size,

AN'.tant' HcnUryr ELM BLANKET of 94% uy n.
Le.II. L. uN 6''% Orion
acrylic with fine 366
An'.tant' hwury gy>
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Rleh.ne' C. Ae.nns
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a- + Coil CMd M Aeni..r j DEC. 31. 1953 DIC. II. 115 DEC, ill, 11 81 DIC, ill, 1113 loa sniped jaoquird plaid. Col. 298
rful,long WMr I,.Twin or ML

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Fe -I they I last t Bath Towels 54, 44<, 24* 50% OFF ,
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DRIP.DRY PRINTS c MUSLINS MULTI-STRIPE MUSLIN can't find flow. Extra qualIty, rich solids
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New spring patterns 72x108 81x103 I 22x44 and orig 1.44 79c 34c
Closeout from 72x103 81x108
stock Y mole or. 79c r IATH GUEST CLOTH
Values 59c or more 1.67
1.87 207 221caPERCALESa3t

DAN RIVERS 7c
36 & 45 In. goods I MULTI-STRIPE PERCALES A
Plaids, Borders, Novelties Y d L 72x103 81x103 )+
72x108
1.00 & 1.19 Val. 81x108!
One in a blue moon'CLOSEOUT '! 1.97 2.17 2MM 297

CASES.. .... 54c I
1.00 & 1 1.19 79< DENIMBATIK Fitted bottom on all above styles.
Twins same price as 72", fulls! same price as 81"
Solids &
Stripes Again For The First Time .
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7'PYd. 5 7 yd. Rose Pastels Prints In Muslin in all-overs, Percales& ;borders s

Season's best Limited lot, full LIMITED STOCKS ON COLORED SHEETS & PILLOW CASES
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patterns & weaves pieces don't miis' it'!
SHEET BLANKETS PRINT BLANKETS

All Wools % Off!! DACRON real& FOAM savings PILLOWSat 70 cottons x 90. White 1.67& Colors E&W 3.77PEPPERELL

SOME ARE EVEN MORE Dependable Noblecraft'

Season's favorites-Flannels, Jerseys, DACRON SOLID PEPPERELL 4.97
Mohair Novelties. FOAM
Loops DuPont
Red Label Wide Binding
Offer Winter Weights Save Now Large & plump The quality for service Rayon Pretty and warm
&satisfaction. 3.44 Acnlon .. 3 97 Savings 1 1.00 & 2.00
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3.44 and you'll love 'em
Full size excellent tick.
UNBLEACHED LENO PRINTS Heavier and better 72 x 84. 35% Dacron,
than usual '! 65%
MUSLINS ones Rayon-Acrolan
Spring patterns Special Purchase Smaller Sizes

19* 27 5 priced to give you extra value!

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BLEACHINGFLANNELS Starch Free MORE SPREADS pileSecuritee back +', 1
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24x36 24x34 .T 74 or 92x105 527 orMatching 277
Sturdy Novelty that Rug
Blends well .appeals24x48
Quality Riviera Bates
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Larger: Sizes In Budget Prices Closely chenilled 5.99 Value ay r L

Distinct Twins &colors fulls Fulls Twins ...... 499 motels Excellent& dormsCroquette for 199 279

Blot-A-Dry We've sold truckloads

MORGAN JONES TRELLIS r and they make friends
BiRDSEYE 888
0.95 Value Button Similar'N to Bows.their .......... Q TJ E&W SUPERIOR PADS TWINS. fUI.LS
DIAPERSPink Exceptional quality First quality 242 327
Attractive & servicable 7.95 Value in good colors.
edges, Flour Sock Extra' '
quck: drying fl ZIPPERED PLASTIC PILLOW CASES Sire TERRY

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FOUR THE VENICE GONDOLIERveitrCe. :
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and Mr. and ed We had a lot of fun
ard. Miss Bessie RasmuMen Jack Irwin in Punta Gordo I George Thompson and their
Banging It Out About and her cousin. Mrs D Mc. They are the children of the Mrs Dr.George Douglas Brown Brown and We are so happy-0- to learn thL
oliet Laughton, Mrs. Frank Babucz, late Mae devenger of Englewood son, Medford from Montreal Reed family U here for keeps
Qon Blakeman, Mrs. A. They all came up from grandson
Mrs
Jesse
I through
Englewood With Pat BangFor I A. Thompson, Mrs Wm. San- Punta Corda together to see the The purchase papers came of the house they on
ger, Mrs. Ora Mclntosh, Mrs Mrs A. A. Hall, the mother'loIdeat -o-
all Englewoodian here is a bit of information to help for have been renting.
friend. use
MSMBBft OF TITS ASBOUATCD PRKM : Florence Schlwekr and Mrs. Mr. Bob Amafl came .
Tax Collector Miss Charlie Hagerman and staff from Sarasota have some -0--
T1. Aal.W p_ 'Y nehwinl, .n11M" ,1ft .... n. n.ablkatb,. .. d..11 you. will be in Englewood Jan 23 and 14 at the recreation hall I Naomi Sumner. -0- to see their tree With and fin Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hazard
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::.- =,,=,=":.:,: .:Il AU err eat rent..ahe.al.d "nrilrs'e'. r.l, :.d,n ul h".e.dd mteinn d ':: from 10 a.m. to 1 p m and from 2 to 4 f.m. for your auto tags -0- Mr. and Mrs A. A. Thompson the refreshments, the living room chilkd arrived in town yesterday from
ran
sir. So take advantage! of that two date and save yourselves Mr and Mrs. Jeaee Hunt and entertained during Macy's Toy department In New Norwich N Y. They have a .
n, MId Ion I dwtanr rnnt.ut .d thI.," r,.artnpn II _.1....... ..reda. to Sarasota. holiday Mrs Ethyl Gould. MrsJemfe I bed to admire home near Bathrich's on PUclda '
............. s' cup-J, /.Wd.n .. ." I., ."... e.rml..ha.ORIDq trip I were: Mrs. Jerry Stacy, Mrs / son Danny drove down to join Blakeman Mr. and Mrs York City. W. Road. 1
-- 'Roy LMOh. Mrs Ralph Orch his slater and her husband John Denraan Mr and Mrs. each toy. as they were dwplay-
Sorry to leam that the Rev I .. c
rOITOIiALA -
NATION Wm. L. Everhart is in the hospital i
A C8T13" for a series of testa. .

._ US "" 'N" One of our -native- citizen has i OUR BOARD OREORS It

psaeai away Daniel Anderson. 1I 1t I II
a c Edward D. Bell Editor end Publiiher How seldom we die where we ..
Courtney Willie, Eieeuttve Editor were born and what a large "
Tfo05 family he had seven brothers
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rk Roger Kilby, Meckenksl Superintendent
four sisters, a son, a 11gq
daughter and 11 grandchildren.! ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county $5 29 per year, $32 perm -0- ,
12.75 three months/ 10 cents Out of a s rl a
months per per copy. Mr and Mrs WUIard Lentz J
fi countr.. M.25 per year. $4 2, per six months, $3 per three months from Columbus Ohio, are hereto K
see how their house they are .

Welcome Back 1fI building, south of Grove City, v af1 ,ql
is coming along. v1r
The Kentucky Military Institute cadets a welcome sight! -- I I 1
round town about this time each year, are back in their" Dr. and Mrs. D. Brown 'I/ }
Venice quarters for the tchool't 32nd winter term. Ann Harbor, Mich have m A'. !
Many spent the holidays at their family winter "Kernel ed into their new home in Cape I I I .

We but the main body of the 300-man cadet corps arrived Haze. j
over the weekend via the Seaboard Airline Railroad.. A 'lot -o-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F Sch.irenbure
of' townspeople were down at the station to greet them. Jr., also from Col urn.
The cedett, sharp in their snappy uniform are a part bus Ohio, are here visiting . of' the Venice scene during the three months they stay. here uncle on McCall. Road.
before heeding back to their Lyndon Ky., base -oTo -
Their, athletic teams are part of the White Sands Conference all New Yorkers .,
their colorful dress parades draw thousands, their meeting Jan. 7 of The ]New FRED IMNSOM: ROBERT S. H.USARDVARDVAl'GIIS CHARLES B. HTNNE M. A. BR1SMELLRet.
wolf whittles ere familiar music to local teenage beauties York Club, at 6:30: p.m. at t the'Veteranl' Industrialist Chairman of the Board I'resldeD"lu.Pruident .. Cashier Attorney I'

and their consumption of long Johns, a pastry concotion: Road Please Hall brine, on; your McCall own I I '
peculiar to these parts, is phenominal.
table service and the usual! I I Ii
Venice i is delighted once again to welcome KMI President covered wish, to share Coffee ,, 1I s
Col. Charles B. Richmond and his fine faculty. Li .. will be furnished. ,
wise to you best withes' for a year of A pluses I
and no ead'Jlut; of fun in the sun along with your Mrs Lillian Alford of Dearborn i :
book learning Street spent the holiday
with her daughter, Mrs. J. D ;., Venice-Nokomis BankVENICE
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Whitaker and the son Rev D
Lending And //Or Usury Whitaker and his bride of six
months in Sarasota. The Rex
When does become Florida?
interest usury in came down for both Lillian and
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Or, to put it another way, where does responsible bant Oscar, and drove them back e FLORIDA
ing practice end and loan sharking begin? While there Lillian saw two of I I ,
These questions derive from a piece of legal looking her grandsons 1 r
piece of paper shown us wherein a borrower was supposed to -0- I
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pay 28 per cent interest to a mall loan maker. Mrs. N. Snmner spent lust a Yab ,

When that figure was questioned, it was pointed out week end in Fort Lauderdalewith I
Mrs J. Hasten. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
the legal rate charged could go as high as 42 per unto
It asserted "allo.n\ incurs exorbitant -
was must charge Mrs
Helen Bennett has two
interest rates because they make a great number of loans house guests, her granddaugher .-
on which they can't collect. To justify these rates, it was Leslie and her girl friend, G, \\UEIUR: JR.
explained people who agree to pay them can't get a lIMn from Connecticut. The guts| Slate Owner December 31 1963

elsewhere.On will return to school Mondiiy, .. \
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the other hand, to get a 28 per cent loan, the borrower > lying home Sunday t I
signs a waiver to the state's garnishment law. -0-
This cancels the Mr. and Mrs M. Oartee from
out plaint about the small lenders heavy RESOURCESU.
Luppon, Mich, visiting the
losses; under this setup he's bound to collect if the borrower are
father and his: new bride at 15
is employed And it is highly unlikely such loans are madeto Bay Street

the unemployed -i -O-i S. Government Securities . $ 4,551,764.03

Not only that but the employer must bear the expense Mrs Harry White is holding State, County & Municipal Bonds 1206139.39
of the extra bookkeeping made necessary by the weekly, well at the Venue Nursing

or monthly deductions from his employee's wages. 'In other Home, CASH and Due from Banks . 1219472.84 $ 6,977,376.26Loans
words, he i is collecting agent, without reimbursement, on -o-
behalf of the small loan maker receiving up to 42% returnon Thp Hambhn's son and and Discounts . . . 5,659,458.81
his daughter-in-law with the children -
money have left fur Michigan! I Overdrafts . . . . I 85.72
It all may be perfectly legal, but is it right hod
They a wonderful time
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while here and they lave a

regular patch worn ')('t\\.n & Fixtures . . . . I :303,901.82
THE the Tetter cottage, white they

J i: stayed, and Grandma's houso : Other Real Estate ..,.. . / 21,655.31 -
The parade started about 7 JO
(( PEOPLE and continued until dark. I Prepaid Items and Other Assets 17,086.77

\ The Friday-0-Night Bnd(r'" O L MAIION Total Resources . \ 12979564.69
11'SPEAK i ClUb met at the home of Mr*. Ret IrJu'lrl.\lbt
Ethyl Gould Knicnt's/ Lane
!She had extra guests for three I'
w tables. Her dining room table
was covered with R red To The Editor-
ful indeed.! If the innncent are
cloth, a lovely red net over it LIABILITIES
Life in cheap In the land) of to be protected from the drunken with appliqued white Chi ",itmas I
loin And I drivers the and
can see the reason speedsters trees with sequins tram
why. On a Saturday a young the careless drivers then the se On this) table were 12 bciutl- 1 Capital (common stock) . . $ 405,000.00
man killed violators shall be the
was when a woman given fullextent
fully wrapped gins. Gues'sdrew
motorist, ignoring a atop sign, of the law This woman for them. Then after each I Surplus . I ..... . . . 405,000.00
smashed into the young mane should be no exception.
the winners could
game re-
car resulting in his Undivided Profits . .
death. HERMAN JOHNSON choose any gift th< y preferredThe I . I 7500.00 $ 817,500.00

The state the trooper accident, who merely investigated 881 White Cap Circle, In Memphis cloth was, Tenn.made The by a gut friend is I Special Reserves .,,... . . 141,978.72
charged the woman with failure Venice
I to yield the right of way. In Unearned Discount . . . 127,153.38

far the trooper's 1 own words, To The Editor 1I Other Liabilities . .. . . 2300.00
as am concerned thereare We
want to
express our gratitude
no "grounds for further to you for your courtesy DEPOSITS . . I. . . I 11.890.432-59
charges and help during the pant yearin .
The question that will be immediately publicizing our meetings and Total Liabilities .... . 12,97.9,564,69
rained is this: affairs It Is helpful to be recognized I
Are we to imply that the the .
by pressMARJORIEW
troupers of Florida have the A. LAMAR MAllltLWSM.
authority to judge who is right BOSE I), and Surgeon

and who is wrong In any car (Mrs W. C.),
accident! It so what Judicial
body granted this authority, Corresponding Secretary, .
Republican Woman's Club
and on what grounds? If this
situation prevails in Florida .
then the unfortunate car driver To The Editor: Safe drivers

who becomes involved in an ac Many businesses, at this time ,
cident will have his fate in the of the year, are taking inventory pay less

Trooper hands of one man the State for and yearend totaling up reports.their assets In for ;). p ;

No one /Is go callounpd that our inventory of assets, one of TravelersInsurance
they would not cast a sympha- the very greatest is the goodwill
I l thetic tear for the deceased as which you have generated
well as for the unfortunate
for us through
I woman who failed to heed the contributions of your generous Your If you're i careful driver, you lalYlter alxeg e
f space
t stop sign.( But by the same giving publicity to our activi can let Travel.rl car Insuranceat plasmp' seas
token if future violators of the ties has been of tremendous discount Can us for detail.: '
traffic laws are to be kept in r Mewees *
help. Be assured of our deep atnutl \ ,, y.Q1.0.
check then this woman shouldbe appreciation.We aAIIE"C' r' S %
tried In a proper court and, sincerely hope that we a\MMfII11 ,
if found guilty, to be given the ,
continue to interest
may merit your W i ii1 ir
punishment as specified by and your support. 118 W. Venice AVL J"EL. aallt I
law. II
:; ; ? 488.2289lresra471t72
The slaughter of human livesIn FRED L. TREAT L. L. PRINCE I
the state of Florida In the Scout Executive Banker I
year of 1963 has been shame Sarasota
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CONSULTANT FOR THE DIPLOMAT CO. j. ,

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FOR A PRIVATE DEMONSTRATION III// .
CREW CUT !" Phone 488-1475 Between 9 and 10 i :

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CASUAL Improve Your Appearance C RAEBURN K, J. O'SIIAU"'GW."SSY --J. L. EWELL-- I. IN

lily Realtor Merchant Investor Ewell BEBL T, CAMP DR. I.
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> -timr:**-' $ finest PIZZA this side

COME BY BOAT COME BY CAR 1 of Ireland

PA? THE DECKHOUSETARPON SPECIALIZING IN SANDWICHES
ir I KOSHER CORN BEEF
ITALIAN MEAT BALL
list CENTER PHONE BAR-B-Q PORK OR BEEF
: I CALL 488.2391 Located' Just South of Intersection e-t
LOBSTER SPECIAL 488-1153 Routes 775 and U.S. 41 On The Toil

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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Pleasant Informal Surrouncling BA VISTA
k l1 -
? JOHNNY ELBRECHTAT
THE ORGAN NIGHTLY RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGEBeach
Rd. & SR 775 Englewood

-- FISH FRY All the Fish
REUNION For the first time in the here and the of Island
irST family history occupied entire first floor the Casey Key 1 SI50 i
I". .- sn members of the Everett Miller family were all House. Mr and Mrs. Miller are shown, center front, with Every Friday you can eat.
1 [. at the Miller home on Padua Court Nokomis, this three of their grandchildren, while the other members of the
I;" The children grandchildren and in.laws came from family are gathered behind them.GONDOLIER. CHOICE OF SALAD FROM THE SALAD BAR
I ;t.!_icater. and New Paris, Ind., to spend the holiday ( PHOTO by Bob Obendorf) ROAST TURKEY SUNDAY DINNER 2.00
Serving Lunch From 12 to 2 fm Dinner From 5 to 10 p"'". CALL 474-1880

CLOSED TUESDAYS Open II am. Dinner Served From 5 p.m. to 9 p-m.
!
_
IAR Luncheon \
To Celebrate 10th Anniversary


I I' Ed\ .ird H. Smith, or 1 iatrar, will be In charge secretary, Mrs. W. Bruce Hudson The group was chartered-in EARLY WYNN'S' STEAK HOUSE
rl, gent of Myakka I treasurer Mrs. Fred 1955.
;
I II' Fourteen women met in November
'" ,)f Daughter of then 1953 at the home of Hack custodian; Mrs. J. E. Present regent is Mrs. Wil SOMETHINGNEW u.s. 41, 4 Mi. South of Venice 488-2295
Revolution, will be 1 1I' Mrs. Frank Mulhern to make Bartlett librarian, Mrs. Frank liam Grove. Other regents DUGOUT DINING ROOM OPENS I 12 NOON
j 11'' red truest at the chapsJ'1t plans for organization which Roebuck auditor, Mrs. Edward during the ten year's activities m LUNCHEON SERVED DAILY
anniversary luncheon in Henne advisor; Mrs. have been Mrs Harry Alber C
was completed January HAS BEEN Bull Pen Piano Bar Open Nightly
t'' Df, khouse Restaurant 1954. Officers, others than Mrs. Harry Winter, trustees, and Mrs Alexander Murphy, Mrs.
I 111, I '3' at 1 p.m. II Smith, were: Mri Mulhern, Mrs. Robert Mahon registrar Mothers and Mrs Harue ADDED! / EVERY FRIDAY SEAFOOD SPECIAL . . $2.85
i"1 't nt will be many vice.regent; Mrs. John Bright, Other charter members were Brant. CANDLELIGHT BUFFET EVERY SUNDAY

e ''I'I 0" '. headed by Mrs. chaplain, Mrs. Harry Alber, Mr. H P. KuykendaU Mrs. received The Myakka the National Chapter Society has For your Dining and Dancing Pleasure I FROM I TO 6 P.M. . . . . $195
]t AT';:. 1 I. state regent.I recording secretary, Mrs. Clyde Lasbury and Mrs. 5'. Thursdays Paper For Menu Special
Gold Honor Roll status, high rr
11 n] rlber, state regman I Omar Sanders corresponding George Devlin a
est award given by the society
-- each year except in FRIDAY and SATURDAY OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. TO 2:30: A.M.
I 1957 when it received the
Bay Mrs. Sleasman Is Honorary silver award.

Among the yearly activitiesof 9 P.M. 2 A.M.

arden Club Delta Kappa Gamma Member school good the citizen chapter history award are awards to the the; local out the "Bill Churchill Trio" CUE SNACK* BAR DINING ROOM

BILLIARD ROOM
Three initiates two trans from Beta Beta Chapter, Chicago standing girl in the gradual.log
eetinss SetC'I.IW00DThe fer members and one honorary Illinois, and Miss Ruth class at Venice High Now Appearing In L
member were guests of honorat Caldwell from Upsilon Chap- School; presentation of Amer. II Pool Tablet 3 Snooker I Billiard
ican history books to fifth THEj>1ARINEJKOM -
a brunch given by membersof ter, Greenberg Pennsylvania
Lemon in local schools sparsorship "Genuine Ivory Ba","
1 I: grades ;
Zeta chapter, Delta Kappa I Delta Kappa Gamma Is an
G.(; "d, meetings, n Club for has today.ached Gamma Honorary Society Saturday international society organizedin each October of Constitution aid to aliens Week Late Supper Menu Served Until 2 A.M. U OPEN 10 I a.m.to Midnight
i I'
t 10( a.m. the regular in Sarasota. 1929 to honor women who seeking citizenship, support of i -......-...... SUNDAY I 30 p-m. to Midnight
will Mrs. Nils Oster of Sarasota: have given distinctive servicein schools for Negroes, Indianaand
h \>l.-lnt'RI : eetuig
"l'' t 'n the Englewood Say.and Mrs. Virginia Lawless of Punta any field of education. mountaineers in remote Also Serving Daily 11:30: a.m.10 p.m. B
Loan Assn I. comx Gorda, and Mrs. John areas, and active support of i DINING SPECIALSMon.
1,",m r.trs. G Horace Sleasman of Venice were all legislation preserving the
1 .
1 r dub president, retro elected to honorary membership Adult Clothing ideals of the founders of the FISHERMAN'S WHARF Breaded Veal Cutlet $1.40

tubers to be present statusMrs country Tues. Pot Roast of Beef .... $1.40
decis- Ann Palmer transfersWoman's Class To StartA The chapter has also presented
'
v I n a important
'" 1 b, made concerning the numerous flags to RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGEFOR Wed. Hot Sliced Corn Beef $1.40

I ft'r]] show and other semi.weekly adult evening schools and youth groups in RESERVATIONS CALL VENICE 488-4317 1890 S. Tamtam! Tr Venice
Club class in the Bishop method of
\, nKl the area during the past 10
clothing construction will begin .
)) emnir, a special prop years
tomorrow at Venice High
f",r garden club memo will Luncheon Slated School Home Economic Dept. * * * * * * * * * * *
4 i ant 1 invited guests
,,i], the Charles E. Arch. Reservations must be In by Instructor will be Mrs. Irene
of T. mpa, who will deb tomorrow noon for the Venice- Hertz The class will be limited ,
"European Gardens andU Nokomis Woman's club luncheon to 15 members, accordingto f!!!
,rf, Flowers in Europe." meeting Wednesday at Talmadge Rushing who to in FIRST IN NAME T FIRST IN SERVICE
']1tU11t, will be in the 12:30 p.m. at the clubhouse on charge of the south county
'\I'.d Elementary School, Harbor Drive branch of Saratoga Community
nn ]; .117 30 Mrs Archer, In charge of reservations are School, sponsoring county
a world traveller and Mrs L. G. Lovelace and Mrs. agency. fiRST nATIOnAL! ( BAnR OF venDEE .
v, II known gardening au- H C Elam The Junior Section The class will meet Tuesdaysand
i rr. will illustrate her talk of the club will be in Thursdays from 7 to 10
., n ny colored slides takenn charge of the program which p.m. and students may register \ ,
tr travel.. will be held after the business at the first class meeting
meeting. tomorrow Cost will be $3 VENICE FLORIDA

I SA Meet Tonightt re.eeeee# VENICE MOVIE. LOG N... 4
t Estes Home
5 GULF THEATRE TROPICAL YOUR. HOME-OWNED BANK r
,
T Venice Chapter of Nato
11 1 Secretaries Assn. will 0.- Nkkllr. ,... T .... DRIVE-IN THEATRE Some of Our Services OFFICERS
.!t today at 8 P.m. at the .. MoTML...*. Jo*. <-MAOllT mOm Nottk w Vf. MOs. YEAR.ENDSTATEMENT
1of Mrs A. W. Estes, 915 DMJNO.UBNT"TA m Fd.-s.ue.w Oilr For Your I GEORGE E. YOUNGBERG, SR.
omls Ave .. HER 8HRS MINIHUrrlnii Doibl F..l.roM Personal & Business Needs OF CONDITION Chairman of the Board and Prel.
Irs John Schroeder, presl- J.HM> .....rt, Santa DOT PER CAR

t t. will be in charge of the Tb.n. Jae.: e IFII wiid.t. ,.,.,. p.... "....,. e Auto & Mobfe Horn Financing DECEMBER 31, 1963 WILLIAM C. PAYNE
mess meeting ; ri.t.Nii:; RACFR5Rum.
INTJRNS
THE TH8
.. ... ....., D._. I a Bank Draft Assets Executive Viet Prei.
.r Willa. Gph.II Lassa _. Jet,. I..r.d end D.adN _
OT\RY TO MEET
ANNS MERLE L. GRASER
I
:i us Margaretta Hiljding, .. 11.11. 1olo.. I II.... J .... TRI FAST AND Talc: FURIOUS Bonking by Mall Cash on Hand and Due From Banks $$1,487,985.69 i
i ."xchange student from NrNlNNeeNNeelee.lla eree.r.aee........... a Boat Loon.Bustrwit U. S. Government Securities ___$1,137,426.56other Vue Pres and Cosher
'coma, Stockholm, Sweden e Loom Securities (Federal Agencies) 645,005.03
be guest speaker at the Federal Reserve Bank Stock 15000.00 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

air Inesday Ann at luncheon 12:15 p meeting.m. at CASH ''N CARRY SALE e Cashier Checks & Money, t Ordet Total Securities ___ ___ 1797431.59 GEORGE E. YOUNGBERG, SR.

'ly Wynn's Steak House.he e Christmas Club Loans and Discounts 1,586,761.21 the Board and Pres
will discuss the Swedish On Wafer Conditioner ChemicalsOn CoNatoral Loam Bank Premises Owned .._ _$ 174,9 3.89 Chairman of
bration o n Christmas Fixtures and Equipment ,_ 77468.79
I }Furniture
,ch continues in that .CO"' '- Sale From Jan. 2 to Jan. 11 Only Consumer Financing (I.AJI Type) Total Fixed Assets 252,452.68 HOKE Bov&en't S. BOWDEN
through Jan 13. Owner, Foodvay
Drivc-in Banking Accruals and Other Assets _____ 47,185.66Total

msuusssBBSsmasaitie SALT I T.2 OXYGEN BLEACH for a Escrow Assets __________ $$5,171,816 DR. GEORGE II. BOYD, JR.
$1.90 1
breechesCHLORINE
normal
100 lb. 83 utt when FHA Tate I Loan Phystttan
best. turn clothes LiabilitiesDemand
I 85c e Free Amp Parking ROBERT HAMILTON
c1 45c brown ., ...... J.
recipe Gel.-.. .. .. .. Frae Imprinted Check Deposits _2776440.14 Pret, Hamilton Hornet, Inc.
v PEPTE.PER for clearing out S Foreign Remittance Time Deposits _.._ 1785465.27
for POTASSIUMLb WILLIAM R. LITTRELLVtce

.. ........ .. 80c iron fouled $2.25 Gift Check Total Deposits __ $4,561,905.41 42250.80 Pres., Littrell Concrete C..
\folks: Softener .. Accruals and Other Liabilities

newly At Adverted in GOOD HOUSEKEEPING MAGAZINE S .Insurance: Loan Total Liabilities $4,604,156-21 RICE W. MILtER

(: n Why rent or buy anything but the bed when it COlts no more a Letter of Credit Investment!
-=- moved Capital Funds
GUARANTEED a Mortgage Loan
WILLIAM G PAYNE
to NAME OF CITY 1 Soft Iron Free Water e Mortgage, Note & M X. Corlecnon Capital (Common Stock) $ 300,000.00 Executive Vice Pres.

Tat. Week a Night Depository (124 hr.1) Surplus ___'''__ ___ 200,000.00
011I hone call fer 7 Days a
os.pan 24 Hours a Day -
__. 67,660.62
below). add hoitm alA baskets Personal Loan Undivided Profits EARL N. P. RAWLES
*N. **d Wofm.""< about the Total Capital Funds $ 567660.62 Owner Rawlet Fu"erallI0m4
h 11II' I In. tnuln., hapd.ldy RENTAL WITH OPTION TO BUY Qualified Depository for Fed Taxes ,
and Nu'g .n"GUI end Total Liabilities and Capital Funds__. $5,171,816.83U.
"Ihtl.! wtoJni Just phase' Regular Checking Account* HARVEY G. ROHLWING
Mir.d W.
tel'Automatic Softener eqUI pm.nf Automatic Sulphur ree C Safe Deposit Boxes S. Government and other securities carried as of December 51, 1963 at General Building Contractor

Stick' 'ri + )Jl removal hardness and nor+I p u'P ment. Saving Accounts 1289093.18 were pledged to secure U. S. Government and other public HUBERT L. TOMLINSON

Iron. At low Per deposits, and for other purposes required or permitted by law.
Account Venice Boat & Motor 1 .
$3 Special Checking Pret, <<
A. low $ Per ... Month
!PHONE 488-1048( 5 II "' i
--! --( --488-5511--. as . MonthSALES e Traveler Check (Opened for business March 29 1963)) I IL N. WIMMERS

wocosj.: caNu se ...se ,....! SERVICE RENTAL U. S. Saving Bond IN NINE MONTHS DEPOSITS ::EE: *V MIlliON DOllARS Realtor and Insurer

N._ a e Wire" Transfer Tk nfa to jam.Mr dnmltora,itoekhoUm.. wd. ftonih. lot Wise dill waxed sehl.mnt.r.at |

MktD I I WEST COAST WATERCONDITIONING


CoIL"'-'.., ... .. __ __I I CO. Qa&te&t Qnauti+uj New ash

c 1"= ;: ss..swas: II .. I I
01w.a..s.d.rae I AUTHORIZED MIRACLE WATER DEALER e ad
Qlvudak; West !
nnNw" : -.. ... _1110 17n.Mr.. 217 S..board Ava. Venice 4883587 ... I OH ...

""' I Offices In Venice, Sarasota and Bradenton * * * * * * * * * * *
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\Women ? SHOPPING


Set Circle MeetsThe ISA


Venice Nokomis Prtebfterian I ; P ; PLEASURE!
Women of the Church 6
Circle vull, meet tomorrow. S /
Circle One will meet at 10 .. CI QMARKfTA r
m it the home of Mn. Walter -" ,
Tomlmson 007 Inlet Orel l
Mn Edmund Blake will b
the co-hoaMM and the Bible
mud) will be liven by Mrf.
Roy Cowan.
Circle Two will meet lit 10t
.m. with Mn. Dorothy Crvvricht.
3M B.,.,... Drive. M.
Mr*. Mabel McKnifM will beUK I
co-hostess The Bible study
1 *'ill b* liven by :Mrs Julian
At*.
I Circle Three will meet at
2:30: p.m. at the home of Mn.
David Hopiey. 411 Golden
Beach Blvd. The co.hataeaN
will be Mrs George Churcticr'
and Mrs Harry Conley "will
give. the Bible study. SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER-AGED PROTEN GOVT.
Circle Five will meet at t&O:
j>.m. at the home of Mrs Peter BEEF SALE!
WESTERN
Olson on Center Road Mr. \ c INSPECTED HEAVY
Jamee R Swapp will give the
Bible Mudy.
Circle Six will meet at 10 a. ro1en\.I
BOOTLESSROUND
m. at the home of Mrs Albin n
Johnaon.269" Glen Oak Road in
Venice Gardens Mrs. William
P.study.Heagy will give the Bible] 1 STEAK

Circle Seven will meet at I
pm. at the home of Mrs
James Thompson 728 Pineand! <
Ave. Mrs Robert Lee will five .
the Bible study N
This month the Bible study
will be "Hymns of Praise,"
Psalms 99, 100. 117. 145 and 7T\
150.invited.All Interested women are




E'wocd Dance PlannedENGLEWOOD Legion j Jba


The secondof
a series of Winter public
dances will be conducted by ?i
Englewood legionnaires\ on PRICES 4 qy
Friday, Jan 10, in the new '
legion ballroom on McCal) EFFECTIVE 1
Road + .+ Swift'i Premium Snb( -Sealed Para
MON., TUES., WED.,
Tb feature r>f the evening y 59'ST
will be a program of modern j JAN. 6, 7, t, 1964 Beef Franks . . . . a.
and old time dance number
by the Ray Scott Rythem Swift'i Premium Super-SUcad
:barters: starting at 9 p m. GREEN _ I
The first of the series fir I 1 \ ., Sliced Bologna . 39'STAMPS
dances proved such an enjoy. _
able event that those who attended >k Swift'i Premium Irewa 'N Serve

"repeat expressed performance"requests and fora a.i v /a;: 49yr t

Legionnaire! Bill Schultz dance .

chairman Seott combo, engaged for the second the Ray affair :.......1 "Le

.
Admission! ticket priced at
7J cents per person are being w
distributed by the legionnairesand
admissions may be paid
for at the door on the night
of the dance.
Party tables can be arranged e / 1 a/ p t'r
and refreshments will be
available. Ample car parking
space in rear of the legion
headquarters iw
Final arrangements for the
dance were made at a session
of the committee in
charge held Monday night The
I Committee includes Legion
I Mire Bill Schultz, chairman;
Hugh Green, treasurer Clark
Eceles and Clayton Rhodes, Lw
door committee; Ernest The-
tin, refreshments; Ben Lane
George Austin Jay Fitting,
Harry Wyatt, C. F. Higginbot-
ham Bill Haste, Ralph Atley.
i' Mrs. Hilda Clare Mrs. Ernest
Thelin Mrs Harry Wyatt,
William E. Herdman.


Accident Results


In $250:)() DamageA IOO 00 E.FREE'o F&P Flavor Perfect down produce lane .

of the two-car post office accident on W.In front Ven Jftl 1 Green Stamps Sliced[ Beets 303 10 Nettli Caroline

ice Ave. Interrupted an other. i .I*fcit' _...m4. Mtk_W ; cam
wise quiet New Year's Day PALMOLIVE MGULA OR MENTHOL Yams 10
where the city police department RAPID SHAVES ,..- .t mv.r., .h. ..
... '
wan concerned I......l 11.w.... J.n.eu.fl... <(. I There were no Injuries In S tall -
the driven collision bv/ Carolyn involving B Williams<< autos 00000000000000000cloo TOl11alo SOUp can 10C S dairy specials.

flO, of 20 N. Trippham Rd., Swift's AnrreerMargarine
Ithaca, N. Y., and George R eF Mrs. Bsll't Smooth
Collett Jr.. 43, of Venice. 4E100 2 !;i 49"Kraft's
Asst. Chief Allen Slater the Butler I. 25' .
Peanut
Investigator said Collett had J"! Green Stamps'SQUEEZE 'a' Cheese SpnodVelveeta
backed from a parking space i we an tww wl rwdw air ; .
and started east when hla car BOTTLE BACTINE Mrs. Bell's Old Fashion StrowberryP.eserves .:; 89
was struck by the Williams vehIcle 2-os. me 59c
I also being backed from r:1: <(.Mn> WW4 J.n...r" .. |H4, C 25'For
a parking position. i&
i l Damage to the Collett auto JOOOOOOOOOOIOO . frozen loo 1s... ..
was estimated at $22S. The
Williams car was not damaged Dishes end Fine fabrics PepperUje Perms *

MASONS. No charges MEET were TONIGHT: filed E.. lEAObIOO Lug Liquid. S l use i' :. 49'' Parfait Cakes ,:: 49

There will be a regular meet Jfy// Green stamps (Chocolate, Cb.colot.Fsdg., Devils Peed PIR.eppa{ ? St....
Ing of Venice Lodge No. 301, wA Aq uu/o.4,..do_alt ; Chun King ChickenChow berry),
Free and Accepted Masons at S MAXWEU HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE
the Masonic Temple on East lO-oi. |Jar $1.49 Mein divider 69c
Venice. Avenue tonight at 8p.m. ; ..a..I.. w.. Lnuara a 1- r1;; ; pock

Refreshments will be served Q?0 0 0000 0 O.9.QJ.Q.Q.QW50mE Venice

following the meeting and

Worshipful Jr., Master,George invites all R.) Master Collett ,. TEAm50 50 E,. Tm 50I riO FREEd 50 Shopping Center.

Masons- .,.. to attend J". Green stamps' Jl Green stamps J"; Groan Stamps PIIDEIX Store

I NA All......../..IwdwA ; I ell Ala tvee..). ftit J..e**.. ; I Mh' a4 preen)......._pal 1 1 Hours:

o UPTON'S INSTANT TEA FLUFFY ALL DETERGENT KEN l-MTION LIVES DOG FOOD /MARKfT
o Mon.
FrI.
DANCE small far 49c giant site 83e I cent 49c a 8:30: 9:00:
every r:;:, 16Iw WN. J...... a Iwu Q tl",lr
TUESDAY 8:30: p.m.nNICE. QOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO I)VI}VIJU!JUI}U I}UIIJOt1} } } uO 'waIrtnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnfi''Wswift'ning Sat. 8:30: 7:00:

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Music By Q
crisco oil shortening chun
AL HENCKE ORCHESTRA king BORN IN JANUARY

Door Prizes Admission SOc no oily taste for heavenly light cakes beef chop suey TIME TO RENEW YOUR I

: GARDENS '.
i RECREATION CENTER..-M.' :: 4V :M 69 divide past" 69- DRIVERS' UClNSESMONDAY

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))914 MONDAY JANUARY e. 1964 1TfLL

... THE VENICE GONDOLIER I
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PLAMORE YOUTH INJURED day after Christmas He taken -
WORLD was to the Venice
Bobby Huff, 12-yesr-old son According to witnesses Bobby Hoapital and tranaferred from
-f ? of Mr. and Mrs.! Gerald Huff was playing] football with there to the family doctor

/ -" owner- peratorll of Myakka neighborhood boys and while where the wound was treated I
Trailer Court Plamore is recovering rolling on the ground picked and he was released. The

/ I satisfactorily from a up the point of a broken knife I knife penetrated to the should
freak knife injury .uffered the blade in his shoulder. er blade.


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7 Waterfront LotIN

VENICE GARDENS


Real Estate Houses For SceBEAUTIFUL j F"a! !le Help: Wonted Personal -$3,200Mobile
-- -- Legal
\ -- -'-'-- i Home
SWIMMlNcfpSol;; -
PALMS MOTEL
I[GULF furnished 8 home. 2 bedrooms CURB HOSTESSES WANTED Middle-aged worn- Au aoha. .h.1I loa 4... ''n ._I'd.... .iN Completely Furnished
units, all in good den, FlorIda Apply In an to share with drawing, and ._Ifieatlon. pnpared =
Call
I condition in Venice. 170 foot room. 21x31 screened patio. DOG'N SUDS person.DRIVE-IN 488.1221. apartment. by the BulldlnaT Architect, M,. F ; Garage Patio & Boat Well

I frontage on Highway 41, 140 Furnished if desired. Good finmcing. RESTAURANT Mark iulMlni.Hampton.Tampa I.Stovall Florida.luwk .rrofenloni Reduced to

[foot deep corner lot. 2102 Georgia Ave., En. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS bid mu't 0. accompanied ti, .a $6,900Martin
I Contact Anton Hotter, Nation. glewood. Grove City. WOMAN bid bond, certified check or caih.er. .
FOR CLEANING Mondays, 8 p.m. St. Mark's check I n.nnt..5 1 leaa then fiv, .
|.t Bank of Wausau Wausau, UNCLE JOHN NELSON About 3 hours mornings Episcopal Church Pariah Hall. per cent of the U.UI. amount of th. bid S. Stancik

I Wisconsin. nearly new 2 bedroom house.has a Gull Palms Motel: Venice. Call 48B-4794. awarded.. a "uarantee the contract that the, enter bidder Into will I II L GREATEST SELECTION! REALTOR

114 UNIT RENTAL property Can handle on amall down written. contract with Bald Hoard., ..ti.. Venice, Fla. phone 488-5443 I
payment .
( .W,7 In form to Bald Board, euntaln. -
1 All! occupied. Near shopping Phong 488-2307, WAITRESS WANTED. Apply] Business Personals inv penalty and ..,. rate elatiBea, eo
In person at Venice Chef ,_.INOt by Florida law
Brokers rennlrlntftnrkmen'a
land $18800
gulf. pro- .. ,.,,
..n..tl.. and
TYPEWRITERS public )II.! New Conitruction
tected. Call 4883889. GOLDEN BEACH and Adding alilllty I I."r.. ... and approval of ."...
near qulf SALESWOMAN Hostess for Machines (mechanically op. contraclnrt 10, .Id Board la aeanee ..rd. OF HOMES. FOR EVERY BUDGET SORRENTO SHORES
Two bedrooms, two baths. model homes built by lead. erated) Chemically cleaned, with the accepted bid' and five DOCKAGE

lit Sign ACRES on tree on Mar Laurel Little Road.Sara. I 30 foot Florida room I License ing Sarasota desired County but not builder.essen if like required.new Just. All$12.50 makes.plus Venice parts amount a..r.performance....., of to the Bald and contract Board payment,In rlr.bond U..within Bat-full, EVER OFFERED! 2 Bedrooms 2 Bath" *

I cola Bay. $2000 per acre. Will on I 112 ft. corner lot. tial. Phone 488-1474 or 488- Stationers, 211 W. Venice Ave. teti da/a after tlic meetlni of uld' Central I Heat and
(accept offers. Also! waterfront I 2528. 488-6113. Boerd. at which .aid 00....... to .....rdIf Air Conditioning
I ft. 519 GULF STREET .... a bid Mod k to be "I..., tt I IBeated WHY NOT SEE ONE
lot 100 on Bavshore Roadto
..
,,, that aaid bond tint beaiitted ."... Total Price $26, OO
( Little Sarasota Bay. Sign on Dressmaking alteration,, dra- for approval to Henry P. T.1o
Male
I lot, $7,500 cash. Write Box 869 Rentals I Help WantedOPPORTUN.I.T.y penn, etc. reasonable 488-1130 wick. J.., IWW Main Bulldln. Saraao. OF THESE BROKERS! H. N. WIMMERS
Florida Attorney for had .......
lor telephone J8S-2191, Boca Ra- D Doe......, Inchjdlnc. atanpMe draw.ln .
ton. i""B'BEDROOM furnished .. and BpeetficatiMie, may ... MamIned TODAY REALTOR
apart For experienced tailor in alteration at th. office .f aald architect SH.. 221 W. Miami Are.
SHEPARD
men!.. Center of .
town. Seasonor I vail Prafwlonal R REAL ESTATE I I I III year 205% W Venice Ave. and fitting men's Florida, er at U a office of aald Superintendent 488-5308
Call clothing Apply] personnel of. LUMBER CO. of Public Instruction. One Bet
488.1344 after 6 pm. ef 5*. Bane aiay be obtained by _
a
you can't sell it. Trade it. fice. Ma as Bros.Situation 1003 N. Washington Blvd. tractor upoa a deposit. of |7I,M (rhetke .

tf you want to move into a SLEEPING entrance ROOMS Outside Sarasotacall a to..be. SwvBll_d. payable Profeaalonal te II,Hoiwl. Mark,".H.Tampa ..... MODEL HOUSE H. P. HORN
larger or smaller home or if Also furnished ..
WantedMALE F.atat.) 'Dial epo.lt will be re REALTY
you want to change location, apartment 488-3912. funded. upon the return of the docu In East Venice
talk to us about exchanging.We --- ELLIOTT PAUL ..., In tint a!.,B condition. to aald
ONE BEDROOM efficiency. PRACTICAL NURSEor : architect. provided. Buck contractor baa 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths City Water OFFERSVery
can take in aorta lots on for submitted a hone. fide bid to Bald 8......
the purchase of homes. We slid Seasonal or yearly. 251 Nasiau companion for gentleman ROOF TRUSSES Additional Bet. of document may be Formica Kitchen Paved StreetCentrallyducted Rea.onably Priced 270'Prime
St., So. convalescent. References. Contact obtained from aid architect.
at. InS Carport & Utility Gas Hut
have two homes availablewIth
Mr. H. E. Alum. Windows & Doors. art by th. arckitert.Mo U.S. 41 Frontage Near
Martin Apt. 3
cash If bidder wltadraw hla Screened Porch for Air.
no necessary you ONE BEDROOM nay bid for Prepaired Venice Garden
have Real Estate problems apartment, Pool' Motel, Rt. 41, Nokomis. Contract Roofing & Painting a period of thirty dan after Bald d..... Corner Lot 85 ISO
any conditioning
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near Nokomis Beach. Monthly Fla. Phone 488.2132 Venice Bald Board reserve, the rltht to re
see us. wt may be at-", or seasonal. Call 488-5127. 1.u, and .11 hid. received. and la *
to help.] ..1.. any and all formalltlm I. retard Also A Good Buy On A 2
ONE BEDROOM furnished IRONINGS. Reasonable. Call theretc1HB GULF COAST DEVELOPMENT Bedroom 5 Year Old, Home
BYRON M. MARKLE Mrs. Book 488.2575.. Nursing Home RDARR,OF PITH!.IrllTrUlCTIOM
apartment with garag OF "AHA. 4886413INTERESTED
i RUTH L. MAY.REALTORS Adults. Available Jan. 2nd. 401 OTA C'OUNT'FLORIDA.. $10,900
MOTEL MANAGER. Experi BURZENSKI Nursing Home II, Herbert p. Field
Granada. Hays Watlingto, enced. Have references. Sin Reasonable! $It.,. $175. $200 I ('h.on.
Realtor. Pnoll.h nee. 80. laos l! j.n In. .wi.t
Ph 4DIM70B Ph. 488-1811 gle. Dependable. Call Port, monthly, Modern sanitary PHONE 488-3785 ANYTIMEU.S.

BEACH CO-OP. 1 bedroom Charlotte, NA 6-7375 or write home for the aged. 4450 8thSt. MORE PEOPLE: ARE 41 and Albee Rd.
J L. Box 748 Venire .. Lots For Sale apartment. Seasonal rental. ? a _a
488-2689 or 488.4245.veNice Sl'BSCRIBI.VG! TO AND
Auto For Sale
LOT 742. UNIT 13. Venice Gardens I Misc. For Sale READING TIlE
$1,800 net. Owner 300 .... 4Ft1801RF.fl_ HOM H. H. WlmmersRealtorREAL y
.n.bl. R.n' O.U. .. B.,. '
45 OLDSMOBILE. door.
N E 11th St., Boca Raton. c.II. LOll JACOBS. .M-mT BABY GRAND PIANO, good Call 488-5609 2 $150. VENICE GONDOLIER Homes To Fit YourPOCKETBOOK

Phone 3953764.BY ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent !
FURNISHED APARTMENT. condition. $350. Tel. 4883235.

OWNER. Beach rights, Season. Living room. bed. Legal Venice for Western Union Telegraph
Florida
Gulf vie*. Write B. E., Box room, kitchen bath. Heated. TANOELOS, TEMPLES., Monday thru Friday 9 to Si: Saturday to I S 3 Bedroom in Venice
:4S, Venice. Convenient 428 P a I met t 0 Grapefruit at Laurel Citrus NOTtm OF INTENTION ri'nEillarca DEPENDABLE $7,150 $250 Down
Court Ph. 4885432. Co-op stand. North U. S. 41 at FiCTITiOUS. .NAMKTh : CLOSED SUNDAYS
undcnlKned rio h rcbr Iinducting that DRY V/ALL
Venetian Gardens. ... ,, 2 Bedroom W. of Trail
11,0
jiiiilor S'afr.
0'1. t BUM-IS or RM.: tOT l *
HELP
alan VKNKI rUia.rMtgA' : CITES 100 THE ESPLANADE. 2 bedroom ','"iaa. ... P. O R... 2e7. li.h.aA.p1. SERVICEC. KEEP VENICE CLEAN $14,000, 6% Down
......., '_ nnd.. .ho fi.UtIn". none nf P.1
oea. LOU JACORS.
RCA CONSOLE TV. used one ... .. .., 1ZLs.
apartment. Beautifully: Pse J.n" 0. "0 .nd 10,1 d fl"i W. Curwood 488-1330
ELK INLET :Seawalled private furnished By season or year. month; studio couch, 9x12 i.10.hoo.t '.'o-'at n.a. .nd., 0.pI'a, .olln..n.or nIimik'i ,....on...... --- ---, 2 Bedroom In Venice
: boat basins. E. L. Kilton, 488-T>698. Oriental Rug, swivel rocker .. r Garden $9,750
dug chair, mahogany end. : (\0_. P. O. Dna 9817. N' .. UPLEX BAYSHORE ESTATES
Nokonla.RIVER .
Biyshore Drive.
A REAL NICE 4 room koH Competent Experienced LOTS IN ALL LOCATIONS
apart tables Call 488.1006."MASTERCRAFT" I ,'v'A.; .. ..
Smith Kl* V.i AVI Woo
Each side consists of 2 bedrooms tile bath
| LOT. Venice. Good for ment by season or year. I'h. Venice. r'la.Owncrchln. ReliableACCOUNTING dining area, REASONABLEI!

vacation cottage. Sacrifice 488-4810. UTILITY w/'/... h .afiwahI follow.of Bolt War Janitor Her- light, airy kitchen with Formica counters and cabinets, Rentals Also Available
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lit 11.500. Can 824-5484 Sara. Camping Trailer 12x4x6 ft. W. ......... 55 sw _to & TAX SERVICE screened porch large utility room with extra shower, basin

I IOta. CASEY bedroom KEY furnished on the Gulf.house 2, high. Aluminum body $300. It Harvey la one A! Intention PatiO: la to par apr cent.)lr to the Monthly Quarterly or and commode, Frigidaire automatic washer and dryer CHIPS JOHNSON

488-5437. "lerlt of the Olreult Court In and for Annual SoiclWT. Chrysler Air.T tmp central heat and air conditioner for each REALTOR Pc
Account
(SOUTH VENICE: 2 prime Screened porch. 468-2151.! _ta 'OUBtv. Klertda" to ...| I homesite. 0 ..... a.'.. Beit W., J nltor hat'. apartment water softener end chlorinator, double concrete
near beach. Low. TANGELOS fresh from tree.. nan. ander th. provision, of l'h..14I'- R. BROWNTAX drive anV carport large, beautifully groomed lot. Completely 306 West Venice Ave.
|eq prices. Box 800, Rt. 1, FOR RENTALS $4 00 per bushel, delivered. lea'. I.... of Florida. Act of 1141Witneea
| Bonita Springs, FU. la Venice Area CaU AOO-aiol. laSt oiir fcamb thl, ltd daraauary 0' CONSULTANT furnished in eicellent? taste. Must be seen to be Phone 488-227

See tF.RAr to W. roNT.HARYJiY Highway 775 At OverbrookBoi appreciated. ONLY $29,950.FRANK Branch Office Kent Motel

Houses For Sale CHIPS: JOHNSON 50 USED TVs 14" to 27". r..Ubki 1 J... .. II 10. ;IT A IMt.NOTICK hlllTIL. 735, EnoUwooJ C. RAEBURN 425 So. Tamiamt TrailPh.
Working order. $2 up $75 474-1720
'K" ".., ....101.... ...roaNI..... ..I.h BARGAIN.pll.,. 306 W. Venice Ave. 488 227 ,, -r ,- 1rtTs; and r--service---- 50-50- PliR al.t. will FKAIKD: be: reoeived IIlnli11oo101I to, the -I L' --__ ----=----- _-- a
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CALL IOU JACOBS. ...-ItU Inard af Puhlla Inetrvclkm of : :: :;: .. .:;.,:
warranty. Alpha Music Appliance araa J.tI .e. eo ,. : :
'-' Cou.,. Florida, at u.. office offtupertntendeat
SOUTH VENICE Property. 5 Mobile Homes Opp. Theatre. Since 1948. .ho of Public. InBtnie- :;
room house on 8 lots, 14500. Open Eves til 10 p.m. 4882618. lon of aald Count In the School Adminl.trBt.oi -
Call BARGAJN. Concord 10x55, > Bullllnr.. MID HatumRtreet. & FINEST IN
FIRST
4881002. : : 1
screened gBranota, Florida until. I ,11 t.t I
patio. Carport. Wat.
on KndBr. Januarr I?. 1M4. ..
EXCElLENT I large bedroom erfront Lot 54, Harbor Lights. Pets For Sale .hl.h time all h.. will be anblleirIkiard I
bath Wm. P. 488-6198. ownol ,. tO. ,5ine' t.. .1 ,.,4
living kitchen Heagy
room :
for fumbhlnf all 1 labor and a aterlaai -
dinette and screened in patio. ONE MALE TOY SILVER and performIBU all work
a-eeaanr j VENICE
Landscaped. Information Own. MOBILE HOME. 45x10, 2 bed. French Poodle 10 weeks old. aad lacklental tn the conBtructloaof : i11I SHOPPING AREA
rooms. Aluminum. Screened addition. W th. Vet, ee FleaientaryKebool. I
'r, 165 AKC registered. Call 488.1096
Jeffery Ave., North V.nlce. Ju.lur lOinS SVKool. and
Port Charlotte, Florida.WATERFRONT porch on large lot. Venice Mu. before 2 p.m. ...... IliaC ....... la V....... Klortda. I.I.V.
nicipal Trailer Park, Lot 162.
Dock 2 bedrooms Walter E. Rollins. '

2 baths. Large porch. WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. OW'NTOWN : f NICE ,
JU.800. Owner 4883495. NEW AND USED TRAILERS RAMBLER DODGEMS
15' to 50'. Sea New Moons. Fla. I
488-3965-488-6150
S. Tamiami Trail
BY OWNER. Low down pay. Metro Models. H. J. Darlington .
ment. 2 bedroom I bath Sales Nokomis, Hwy. 41. Ph. SPECIALIST IN. .
home in Venice Gardens. Must I 4R8-2fiOR Brate Repair | Lubricate Chassis thrifty shoppers please take note

ell. Phone 4881827. Front End Alignment Oil Change I '

SOUTH VENICE Business Opportunity Front End Overhaul S Adjust Headlights Beams t

Furnished Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair*

2 bedrooms, Florida 10000.00 room, HOME Repair REPAIR and Refinishing and Furniture busl Engine Overhaul I Any Automatic or Stand. YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER DO\VNTOWN\ !

creened Radio Repairs ard Transmission Repair
porch, ear port, util ness. Equipment machineryand

ity room plus outside storage stock. Sell as one or aep.arately. ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT ___ 7'rt'. ''''., .,... I
Built-in stove ___... _. ___ -Jft
and oven, ref., -- -=--'P" ----- -- ---- ---
Call 488- 722 after 6
Airconditioning Repairs and Installation tiMcGREGOR.
washer, drapes, rugs, mower p.m. Venice LILLIAN'S EnglewoodLEMON THE MEN'S SHOP
and
garden tools. Twin beds
.DONEGAL SHIRTS
in one room. 120x100 foot WANTED INVESTORS to .
cornr up
lot with convenient circular $40,000 Guaranteed return on I MOVING TO FLORIDA? DAYS, LEMONS TO US, VALUE TO YOU I With Fitted Sleeves and Tapered Body

drive.comfort.Designed for year round capital. Will consider working i Lowest Rates Bonded Drivers Modern Equipment\ SALE ENDS SAT.. JAN. I II I VENICE ONLY $4.95 up
investor. Executive type employment
Rates 2000 Ibs. 4000 Ibs. between Venice and 488-1620
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor : 225 W. Venice Aye
National specialized 207 W. Venice Ave. Open Fri.? Till 9 p.m. 488-2525
4'2: Shamrock Phone 488-4974 printing concern wishes to relocate New York $194.80 $349.60 ...".- ....,..._..\\11(....... M BSa *a a ri Ti .t.-_i"X' Y>1MBMBHaKKS9 -.

180 FT WATERFRONT. 2 bedrooms Box BKW in ,Venice c/o Venice area.Gondo-Write Cleveland Chicago $194.80$193.20 $349.60$346.40 I VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. I, SHRODE JEWELRY

Call 4881092., 2 bath home. $15,500. lier. Serving all northern point and Florida Including Fort Wedding Rings Diamonds Stone Set Rings

Myers, Punta ( orda, Charlotte Harbor, Naples, Sarasota, AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Watches Silverware Jewelry

12 NEW HOUSES.: Venice East. Help WantedANNOUNCEMENT etc. Write for rate and cost estimate from any city tony ( Salei Service Supplies We Repair All Makes I Watch and Jeweler Repair

d Near Golf Course. $2,000 un. IS hereby Florida point or CALL COLLECT 488.2591 Stuart Merriclt, Owner W. Venice Ave. 483-3119
I" cost. Landscaped. Call 488- TERMINAL VAN LINES 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473
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J5262. made that the Civil Service __ ___.__ I,...., &aII. -- a----- -
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Board of the City of Sarasotawill Charven Moving & Storage Agent
11 BEDROOMS, I baths, comI hold a Police Entrance Examination 128 So. Grove St. Venice Fla TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. THEATRES -

Pletely] ] furnished; Color TV, on February 11, FLANNEL BACK PLASTIC TABLE CLOTHS GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE.IN
I alan' black for examination
1964. Applications
and wall-to-
I Wall carpet, draperies white, Florida will be accepted until 5.00 Assorted Patterns 1 West Venice Ave. U.S. 41 & Laurel Rd.

room, screened patio central p.m., January 24, 1964. JANUARY SPECIAL 10% OFF Closed Monday, Tueid y,
I neat and air conditioning. Call Beginning salary $4,31000 Wednesday and Thursday

j 488-5262. annually. 1964 ...-213-( -W. Venice' _irTjf Ava..."t aij mj iiJ iJljlll.l...488.490'1.ra...-. .....""' ........d. .- ..........-- .- a' ..,.,....---
After six months satisfactory

FOR SALE or LONG TERMLeaseCorner service, 4526.00 annually. VENICE TILE & FLOORS
Welcome To
I block south After one year service, $4,. "GALAXY"AUTOMATIC
of
| CB Venice 2 bath city: limits U.S. 41. 610,00 annually. CARPETS a. VINYL FLOORS I VENICE SEED & FEED STOREA
home originally deigned All applicants must be 21 '
for conversion and ex years of age and not over .3 WATER SOFTENER FLEXALUM SHADES VENETIAN BLINDS COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER

pansion to offices or other year of age at time of appoint- Lifetime Fiberglass Completely: Installed One Year Supply 248 W Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457
ill\ \ W. Venice Ave. 488-1117
[ commercial use. Zoned CI-A. ment. Good health I. required; of Self, Delivered on Schedule Plus .
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Realtors vision 20/30 without glasses, : 11"5." II --- -

-Byron 488-47OG MarU Ruth 488-1833.May: 20/20 height with for Policemen glasses; 5 minimum ft. 8 in. -,3ooo m VENICE STATIONERS i DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY

-- Application blanks may be

Br. CULT 3 Bth. Beautifully FRONT fur- obtained, Room In..the City Personnel Hall. Office 1:3 S & H Green Stamps OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES I I TUSSEY l/t PRICE

""ished.aU. A. Cond. & Heat. Sea. Typewriter, Adding Machines (Mechanically Operated) "WIND i WEATHER" LOTION & CREAM
NXhUOO ft. No city tax. EXPERIENCED: MAID. Own Chemically Cleaned Just $12.50 Plus Parts If Required
J8IM008. transportation u nit I 0 r m. just $360.00 complete )
VENICE: GARDENS. 3 bed. Daily 8-1. Steady. Reliable. Ph. 211 W. Venice Ave. 488-4113 231 I W. Venice Ave. 4884776 Medical Center Bldg.
"" 2 Villas. including tnRvis'l
"I"11' btthi air condition. 418-2802 Venice *'"
ed. I 1R''IIIIIIiell' ill I1IMM.MM atatll Krlff NO
brokers.
Can be seen

by hell appointment days. 483-1770 Call Sat.488.6716 and 1 f WANTEDIBOOKKEEPER! I RUTH'S ALTERATIONS JIM WRIGHT'S

Sunday.: i I FOR THE FINEST ALTERATIONSIn 'f SHIRTS SLAX
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LARGE NEW I bedroom, 2' Men' and Women's Garment
bath, on corner lot, Gulf Full or Part Time 101 E. MILAN VENICE 223 Miami Ave. 488.1562 121 W. Venice Ave. 488-3080

Coast Rant. Phone Blvd Small t88- 07.down pay. ,I _:J.H.S.:!: Box 746 V.1 I PHONE 488-4481 at. ..-- .- -.4 sa.---- n".u -, ____.



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"" CONDENSED FINANCIAL STATEMENT l I

DECEMBER 31, 1963

;; ..:j: ;, LIABILITIES
:' ASSETS
.' 1462 1tU
1961

Account (6f.82U03.tl SS3.273.221.
43,023.48
;" Horn Improvtmtnt Leant ? 59952.56
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Loini Secured by Saving!

". AccounhRoal .. ..... ... IU,989. 213,444.0 loam in Proctit .......... 1.11.052.26 1940.015.19
I.t.f. Sold.
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's ;' on Contract ... .. Fadwal Horn Loan
,: l: ....... 438,893.
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\ Ral Eitato Own.dOffic 299,560.65 .. 1,000.00000
,3;"" 7t ; Buildings ,nd Bank Advinctt .... 1.500,000.00
1/ : / ';: Equipment ............ 1415150.79 1.6.8".33
.. .*;J' Cain on Hind Othtr Uabrtitit! .......... 16,184.80 124.0S1.S3 4
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?1/: / Bank. . $2.953.522-28 1.815.S4S.64 Specific Rile nrtiGtntral ......... I,000.00 068,12
''', ::4//7' : U.S. Gov't & "
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"', '":!'L/fr Res.,,... $4,525.188.21 4.885,587.01
.;f' Total Cash and
/, .y U.S. Gov't Sacurititi 8,606,299.53 8.171.376.79 Unclivid.d tt
Ot-.r Invaitmant SacuutiaiFadral 1.001.000.00 I 22.640.09 Profits 363305.19 363.206J6
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." Bank Stock .. .. .... 740,000.00 740,000.00 j
f Prepaid FSLIC Prtmitimt ... 165.714.72 445516.01
,. Dotorrad 'Chargai end Total Gtnaral l Raioryai
', ., Othr Aixti ......... 116,612.18 130,003,91 and. Surplut .. .,........17 5.248,773.87 rt 4y I
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1' .:; ..:: TOTAL ASSETS .... $78,115,635.04 91586750.14 TOTAL LIABILITIES to 78115635.04 $91.586.750.14 I
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w. G.miden'SHEPARD ACCOUNTING DMSION LOAN SERVICING DMSION DOROTHY ROBERTS JOHN M. SAUNDERS $T.ARMANt> KEY OFFICE W. a. SHEPARD

I GEORGE K. PACF. VicfPreident.TreasurerIAUIS A. HOLLIS Sec.el4r r loan Officer .TAMES F. MADDOX
Exet'/JIIV' Vlce" Prrsident P"idell' FLORENCE G.vonSYDOW A..illan' Vke President J. J WILIJAMS In.
Managing/..,.,. Controller Auktant Secrelol7 JUClIARD W. WICHMAN
ANN GILMER LOAN DIVISION OlMatllJ8q IVEY Co TAYLOR
I, .T/;..WILLIAetdtrnt:: :; f A.anl Treasurer JAMES J. HE.AGERTY yin Ollie.r loan OfIt
WILLIAM ERNEST
I 8. McCRAW Co BEARS
PLATT P.idenl VENla OFFICE
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A..islanl SeerOJJkerdary
t ADDApMAANS reasurer SOUTH GATE OFFICE
DAVIDVk A. ALLISON Loan HARRY D. BABY EMMET ADDY
Personnel' Oil(;"", Data Proce./n A"'IIUI; Vk.
DEAN L FI.E15CHhXAN ROGER FLEMINO and AuiafantSecretaPresiderntVw T M TROUSDALE O. K. CUMMINCS A.illan.1 Vie President GEORGE K. PACE
Prnulrnt Aud.ta Senior loan UJrcer /.Dare OJ/ker Vkt presidenten
PublIC 11.l4ti"n, .to HELEN L MYERS LUCIEN 0. FLUTY lONE ADLEY DaMA 01SJp"rvlto, PAUL A. LANIUS VERMAN KIMBROUGft
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