Group Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1946)
Title: Venice Gondolier
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Title: Venice Gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice Gondolier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla.
Publication Date: November 23, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00253
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Thanksgiving Day In Venice 1 F''r'r
b* a day of worship, taking part. Individual services at 11 a.m. and will feature Individual area restaurants, most of brary. God. The Rev. Richard R. Christ will give the Thanksgiving P
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and, for some, bowl. be held at Lakeside members' expressions which will be open and offer All banks and retail stores, Lloyd host pastor and presiding prayer and The Rev. I
i the (easting Lutheran Church at 10:30 a. of thanksgiving, a sermon special dinners. Reservationsare other than two drug stores minister, will give the J. C. Sims of Union Mission'I+, i
b. 1n Otherwise l the town and its m.Pastor, with The a. sermon by the of Bible readings and selections suggested by the proprietors and some of the smaller grocery call to worship and The Rev. ary Baptist Church will deliver J
'.. will be devoid of Rev. Melvin H. from the Christian stores, will be closed. Frank Shearer of Calvary Reformed the benediction. I l I
environs activity, although Christ and at First, Church Science textbook, hymns and Liggett's in Venice Shopping Church will give the Pre Thanksgiving youth .1#
group of
publiC the public and private Scientist St. Mark's prayers Visitors are wel Both public and private Center will remain open and invocation. The Rev. Charles activities Wednesday eveningwill }
e'. ; and marinas Episcopal Church and Catholic come. schools and kindergartenswill Dick and Meadows Venice I. Rows of Emmanuel Luth- include a dance at Teen-
: beaches to draw large are expected Church of the Epiphany. Bowling special events are grant a two-day holidayto Avenue Drug Store will be op- eran Church will deliver the haven from 7.30: to 11:30: p. I
parties groups St. Mark's will have two planned at both area alleys students and staffs. Some en from ( am. to noon and Thanksgiving Proclamationand m, with The Playboys of
of private communion services, at 7 and throughout the day and evenIng county office will be closed from S to 8 p.m. The Rev. Ferman E. Bradenton providing the mu- I
Union Thanksgiving services 10 '.m.. and an Epiphany for two days and the post office sic and the Venice
of the Naz- High
:1.I will be held at 10 a.mt << At the Union service, The Greene of Church 1
and
Baptist Church with mass will be celebrated at The feasting will be done at and all city county Rev. John Louie Jones of erene will read the Scripture School-Charlotte High lame ,
It t First 7:30: a.m.Th. home offices will be closed on will be played in Punta Gor-
}I of the Ministerial gatherings, at the traditional Venice Nokomis Methodist lesson.
members their First Church of Christ, Thanksgiving dinnerat Thanksgiving Day, as will Church will deliver a sermon Dr. E. Robert Chable of da. This conference game is
Assn. and congregations Scientist, service will be held Venice Yacht Club and at Venice Area Free Public Li on "Now Thank We All Our Venice United Church of the last of the season for VHS I ''ti,

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ta'. official visit to Ven iie contest developed Saturday -I service station at the cornerof past seven years. etts Institute of Technology
lor \the opening of the I over one of the two Vena U. S. 41 and The Rialto for A native of Milton, Mass., (MIT) and later took coursesat I
ay season with a gala / ice City Council seats to be the past eight years since near Boston, he served two Columbia and New York !
nai parade has been filled at the Dec. 1 municipal coming to Venice with his hitches in the U. S. Army University and the City College 'I
1 polled for one week e, r4e election. family from Massachusetts. Air force, 193337 and 1940- of New York. Between
tank Sovereign, chairman Charles P. (Pres) Bent, lit He has served as a member 43, and attained the rank of stints in the service and afterward .
the Retail Merchant Di. t local service station operator, of the city water board colonel during World War II. Bent spent 23 years
of the Venice Area filed just before the Saturdaynoon and has been an active member He holds the permanent rankof the oil end service station
mber of Commerce, an- deadline for the remain. of the Venice Fire Department major.He business in Massachusetts before :it'it'In '
[ \the change in plans. Ing two years of former Councilwoman volunteers for the attended the Massachus- coming to Venice. '
Togs said the annual Blanche J. Celli's i

ta i Claus parade through term. Ridenour Heads Board I
I downtown shopping disk Bent's opponent In the upcoming
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end the shopping cen- ____ city election will be e -
\ has been rescheduled for lv.n: Councilman David Hamiltonwho .1 I
V, Dec. 4, at 7:30: p.m. t was appointed by Mayor
and the Smyth D. Brohard to fill out
i parade accom- Teen Juniors i Named
lying holiday lighting cere- the remainder of the year for
kr had been scheduler s. N"a Mrs. Cell!. ,
Mrs. Celll resigned two
Dally /or. the day after weeks ago to accept the post An 11-member Teen Haven tlons. Anything the Youth
Inbgiving.nrelgn.taid as manager of the Municipal Youth Board of Directors and Board members cannot an- j
; the date was Trailer Park. She had two I officers, headed by Steve swer, he said, will be referredto
led 1 to Dee 4, one week i years remaining on her second Ridenour, were elected at a the Adult Board.
ir because of a conflict READY TO MAIL United Fund president Spurge, one of Hie..(many volunteers who has four-year term. membership meeting at Teen 1
|the Venice High School A. Walter Johns prepares to leave for the been working (1m the letter The fund cam- An unsuccessful candidate Haven Wednesday evening I f

I schedule Besides the Poet Office with a new batch of appeal letpaign; total nat reached 65 per cent of this n the last two mayoral elections City Judge John J. Blair, South 40 Bids
\the line of march will ten he has [just received from Mr. Warren year' $24,0011 goal. Bent has never before Adult Board president, conducted
ludt city officials, fire and run for councilman. "We'll the meeting. i
lot units, a veterans color 2E *! try for two this time," said Ridenour is a senior at Venice -

the Floridaland Rail- Bent, "and if everything High School and has been Open Dec. 15Bids 1
41 train, and any other works out, then maybe we'lltry a Teen Haven member since
i that may wish to enter United Fund Drive for four." the organization of the youth
uta, as usual, will ride Bent said he chose to run center. He Is a member of for construction of the>
t the Venice Fire Depart- against Hamilton Instead of Diversified Cooperative Edu- new "South 40" courthouse .
rt'i old 1928 LaFrance fire Council President E. S. (Bill) cation Club and Letterman's tv. facilities will be opened by I
f k. Other persons or or- Raymond, who is seeking reelection Club. He is the son of Mrs. w the Sarasota County Commission '
lions wishing to partic- 65% Of Goal to his third four-year Virginia Ridenour of Venice at 11 a.m., Dec. IS.
ta In this year's paraded Past term, because he felt Raymond Bay Trailer Park. Construction of the new f
is to be commended for South County courthouse .}
contact Police Chief .
his service to the city. Other newly elected Youth building and welcome station '
Shockey, Sovereign said .
f mde units will assemble The United Fund campaign sponse that has put the drive pace right now," commented The newly announced candidate Board officers are: Eddie R al.S is expected to begin before I
well ahead of General Campaign Chairman described himself as Drew, vice-president; Miss '
this time schedule the new county' commission
I upward .
11 P m. on West Venice moved steadily ... :
William C. "and 1 another small businessman Patty Cheek, secretary, and L L: "r.I.: .J :i.
In front week with 65 cent In conributions last year, officials urged renewed Payne "just takes over on the first of the
u of Hall. per
City C. E. Pitts Jr. treasurer.
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efforts to bring the know we can maintain our He has operated his year.
reported RIDENOUR
f line of march will moved and pledges until Elected to the Board, in addition STEVE
level of
successful high response
of campaign to a conclusion
toward this year's goal Flans and specifications
I 7:30: proceeding: east to the officers, were:
In record time."We're the goal is reached. We can 7;30 p.m. at Teen Haven to currently are being advertised .
ujh the downtown busii 24001. record do it if we all continue to Hospital Room Jeff Conklin and Misses Patty committees and
Encouraged by the early reIt's setting a appoint plan in a call for sealed bids on
district and south on the Knuckles, Cathy Fox Sally
work together winter and spring projectsand
d to the two .shopping Numbers of volunteers will Rates Up $3 2apaso, Susan Capasso;, Mary activities. the $200,000 project. I I
le1l. out Monday morning to Eva Martin and Susan Mat- The South County facility ,
"parade will stop'brieft Finders kick move off the mobilehome New room rates at Venice :ox. Miss Teen Haven, Miss Ridenour extends an Invitation will be located on a 40acretract I,'
' F|re Mayor Smyth D. Bro- headed by Merle L. Graser. Dec. 2 won't reflect Quite as ed honorary board member. Interested persons to sit in on tion of U. S. 41 and the Englewood I
wlll throw the switch Residential volunteers will much of a raise as indicatedIn They will meet Tuesday at the meetings and ask ques- Road.

"I on the holiday lights Ring Owner UnfoundIt' also open an intensive three- a page one new. story in .. '" ,' '"" "r _I
F downtown business die- day cleanup on Monday to The GONDOLIER Thursday.
F, contact those residents who A line /inadvertently dropped

fi"i it reaches the Venice finders keeper for owner.A have not been heard from to out the story when the J
Ptag Center, the parade Smith of Ven- letter to the SMU Office date_ page was being made up gave
.''turn off the Trail and Mrs Ella Mae of Records brought a reply Business and Industry volunteers too large a boost to the new 1
l let a circuit of the parking ce quarters that there was no one in the with a full week of rate, which will increase $3a .
IIId again at the Rialto Back in August Mon Smith 1958 graduating class whose work already behind them, day in each category beginning
Center where the found a gold 1958 Southern Initials corresponded with were reported making steady the first of the month.
log units will Methodist University classing those inside the ring. It was progress toward completingthat The new rates, approvedby
disperse Trail in front of of the cam the hospital board last
i Ie will on the suggested the owner might segment
distribute
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candy Drug Store. attended the universitybut week to meet the rising costs .
children J fc H have
all |
along the pa' Funds will be $25 aday
didn't radUoBte.So raised In the cam of nursing care,
,
e route. The will Mrs Smith advertised her ),
sweets Mrs. Smith can claim as paign will meet the "humanneeds" for private room, $18 aday
I tarnished free by the F find but received no response. for semi-private room
different
of nine agencies
the 10 karat ring
her
own
Woolworth( and W. T. She then asked The GONDOLIER and for ward care. Vr
serving this area. $15 a day r al ,.
which weighs an ounce.has
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of brought forth and for the Webb, who said: "W cell+>-lndetachable part of a city, i
dining room
"JW.EARI.ADMANN I The large also propitious future which is certain I brat. today the birth of a a country or a person. With-
a year old, but i the Venice Hotel was to be our lot. We are community spirit in Venice.It out the memories of past
of Venice
"V fo honor any holiday open.to the citizens officials- thankful for Venice, the finest is our first community effort achievements, the United I f
all the trimmings, the and nearly 300 planned city in Florida, which and marks, I hope, the States could not exist," he Y y' t te
it to overflowing
City of Venice celebrated and guest filled added. ran
is destined to be the beginnings of many such
!rat! t when Pres. Prenter I believe ; ra" rN
Thanksgiving Nov. in Florida. "A without memories .
the diners most beautiful city gatherings person 7
welcomed .
"Mi .tYwuj
In the good.old-fash- officially and will has personality," he .yon
no
monument
ed 1 wet. and enumerated a number It is our "Cities, like people, have
for which Venetians remain as such after we have Webb continued declared.
resident personalities,
of reasons
W. B. Prenter, of thanks. passed on. "I hope that this date will .
should render as he pointed out there ,
Brotherhood of Locomo- i:1
wiftaeeri: Played Game Square "W are thankful for FlorIda' were organizations and men rest as one of the pleasant :
and George T. sunshine Us flowers and to the
bb, "Certainly no organization "who are expending vast memories in regard ,
president
; of the Ven-
more other natural beauties whichwe Venice founding of this city, and that .
have
Company world can sums In building -
to In the
hosts
real Thanksgiving were dinner in to be thankful for than the have adopted as a part well of your city. The foundation has on each succeeding Thanls- DOLLS AND DOLLS -Venice High School of the "JolU" In the club, shown with their : '

'leeWiy| completed Venice Brotherhood of Locomotive us and with shall our shoes always be already been laid. It's up to giving we may look back on a Future Homemakers of America Club has ]lust counterparts, ere, left te right, Miitei Con. J
"whosemembers sanded, we marked with cooperative +
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Iy() to used attlclals'and by the KMI. Engineer."for he the said,past 63 loath to leave the state. And the you,community the men ,and to give women it life of, year progress and pleasant re- completed malting wardrobes for 18 dolls for nie Au Gloria Brownlee and Bonnie; Au. Mr.*. 'I' I t
as- thankful Three Elsie? Henson I it club advisor. '}
and we are especially S) Salvation; Army Christmas; package!! .
stee of the BLE Realty years, both as engineers that in increasing numbers, to give it a community (Continued on page r I y. t
ro, the Venice Co. and the financier, have played the spirit," he asserted
rp A. Fuller Co., the game on the square and have others American are discovering Tropics and the "Loyalty, determination and THANKSGIVING SPECIALS : 1st Auction UNITED DIS- IF YOU ARE taking THANKSGIVING MENU '@

3 that were made the entire nation admire great enriching l their lives by cooperation of the local citizenry -I from Publlx, Venice I COUNT AUCTION, on the family out on th'l Magic at Kwlk Chek in the
'kIn1'icy Venicetithe moet fav their achievements thankful for the are coming I to Florida to stay," : will place Venice in the Shopping Center, provide forbountiful Trail in South Venice, to be check the restaurant axis I Rlalto Shopping Center 1 ,i ,
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: IIf VFW Competition (Continued from Pale 1) OVERSTOCKED on Garden Specialities
', DAVID 51. ROBBINS EDWARD H. HANHAUSEN minders of a year well ,

I' David M. Robbins, 37, former Edward H. Hanheusen 81. spent." "
t editor of Port Charlotte of 621 Alhambra Road, died Nationwide Feent r PATIO STONES 2OFFUilox2 ? ,
Webb pointed ZS OFF
conclusion I
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Slated Thursday at Venice Hospital. ,
i rJ In Dec. Newt and resident of North out. "Venice is fast attaining, VARIOUS SIZES
: Port Charlotte, died Thursday He was a native of New has already attained,
In fact
it Sarasota Memorial Hospital York, N. Y., and lived I In nationwide attention. Let us I2.I2.4 24" D!.<
White Plains, N. Y,, prior to
1. unite in making It more and 20x20x2 It* 1x2 II" Da16x32x2 <
A December data for the competition will prepare a :joining here In May. During more popular by developing afriencommunity I4x M 12" Die.12x16x2 .
Mr. Bobbins had made his hwas
his professional career
annual Voice of Democracycompetition three to five minute talk on spirit and
Venice that home in Sarasota for sometime director of purchases forM f Die.
High School students among hat been Student subject.talks will b. taped and worked with a lines Sara .rkw. :rCii, a. New thus interesting make it a community aelf-eustalnlng in, ALSO-PARKING BUMPERS, DRIVEWAY MARKERS, TREE RINGS
iota newspaper until m
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I announced by Tamlaml Memorial and the identity of the speak- which to live" CURBING BLOCK-BENCHES
Post 8118, Veterans of era will not be known until forced hit retirement this Survivors include his wid.< . . "
Foreign Wars. the judging is complete. Top a lummer.publicity He was director at one time for Ow. Mrs. Louise Hanhausen; Sketching the rapid growth :. LITTRELL CONCRETE CO
;I The Voice of Democracy VHS winner will receive a $29 Mackle Co and a member of a son. Dr. Edward H. Han. of Venice from the time of the
; program hat been sponsored U. S. Savings Bond from the Port Charlotte Exchange llausen Jr., of VlUanova, Pa.; purchase of the raw acreageby ,
'i I by the VFW in Sarasota County local VFW pott. Winner also Club, first president of Port two daughters, Mrs Jack W. the Brotherhood to its Venice, Ph., 488-6723 Englewood, Ph. 4741452GYRO'S
schools for the past 18 will be feted by Tamlaml Memorial Charlotte Press Club. At one Milton of Concord N. H., and present status, Branson "-
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I years. Co-sponsor this year Post at a dinner when time he was employed In Venice Mrs. Marie Rubio of Tampa; Batchelor vice president and
:i it the National Association: Sarasota a brother Henry Hanhausen secretary of the Venice Company
at newspaper
the new post home has been a
:. of Broadcasters. bureau head. of Bronxville N. Y.I a deter, also emphasized a community .
j \ The contest will b. open to completed.The Mrs. Hilda McAuliff of Sun I spirit.
i : 10th, 11th and 12th graders winning tape will then Mr. Bobbins was a nativeof City Calif.; and seven gram.I 'City With Purpose r
::1 i I with the Venice High winner be entered In the district con Warsaw, Ind, a veteran of children. I 'It's the life blood of any .
: chosen on Dec. 20. Judges will test from which the state and WWII and a member of Con. Funeral services were held city," he asserted, "pettinessand
i ::1 be The GONDOLIER'S Peggy national winners will be chosen. cordla Lutheran Church. Saturday at Farley Funeral small jealousies have no VENETIAN MOON (
BogertLibrarian Dorothy Survivors Include hit widow place in Venice. We must
Home Chapel with The Rev
Lantz and the Rev, David A Four national winners will , Mrs. Renata Bobbins; work together, and play to- ,
Dents Dean Patterson of, St
;1\ :i Bowles, pastor of the Venice-: receive scholarships totaling four[ daughters, Diana, Boy Mark's Episcopal Church of. ether.( A friendly, cooperative "t.1ILES'SOUTH OF VENICE ON U.s.4t| ;
Nokomis Presbyter $12.000. lea, Debbie and Joslin; hit ficiatlng community spirit among ''t
Church. "We believe this is an excellent parents, Mr. and Mrs Milo its citizenry will make Venice Tops In Entertainment :
I: Voice of Democracy chairman Robbins, and three brothers famous from the Atlanticto ,,1,1I
t for Tamiami Memorial opportunity said Col! The family home Is at 5900 JOSEPH ABBATE the Pacific ,;
: VFW Post is G. Warren Feller Newman, "for students to express Olive Ave., Sarasota. "Most cities have adopted '
I with CoL Richard New. positively, and artfully Funeral services were held Joseph Abbate, 71,'ot 409 slogans," he suggested. "Let Gourmet Dining '1:
1, ,: man at the local coordinator. what 'The Challenge of Citizenship Saturday at Concordia Lutheran Tealman Ave, St. Petersburg ua live up to the best thoughts
Feller laid the theme of to them when Church with The Rev. > died Thursday at Bay; conveyed in all of them and Make Your ReWrvaffons Early Ph. 4882295wm&mtwm
j t this year's contest will be means Luther F. Wilier officiating. Pines Veterans Hospital. make Venice a city with a )
'. 1 "The Challenge of Citizen. the cold war is whirling over j Burial was in Sarasota Memorial "
ship" Students entering the the head of our nation'* Park. Mr. Abbate was the fatherf purpose. ) \
Mrs_Hollis Scott of,CraneRoad Jules Brazil, a nationally
He was a native or known entertainer added a
i Palermo, Italy and was with few Thanksgiving thoughts
t Brooklyn (N. Y.) Navy Yard and volunteered to assist Venetians GULF ,OF MEXICO SHRIMP COCKTAIL .. ... SOc WITH DINNER
for 37 years after coming to in local theatricals CHOICE OF ONE
I I his country .At the time ofhis and entertainments, which heuggested I
retirement he was super should be held each Jul. !
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One-Quarter *
Isor-machlnlst. Mr. Abbate week. "BLE could stand for
,I came to' this area 13 years Better Little Entertainers," : t CYRO'S FAMOUS RELISH TRAY
I Il' ao, he pointed out. I ; French Onion Soup Chilled Vichysso'se with Chives
It II I .gj. He was member of the No record was kept of those ;. Chicken Soup with Barley Jellied Madnline
that first
Venice
Catholic Church, American attending ENTREES
Thanksgiving dinner. It is
I Legion Post 273 in Maderla known that Mr. and Mrs. ROAST T with Dreuing
leach, Fla., was a musician George E. Youngberg Sr, and Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Saucer :
I with Army Engineers 302nd Mr and Mrs. H. N. (Bud) BAKED VIRGINIA HAM with Pineapple Sauce
I Headquarters WWI Co. and is a Wlmmers were among those BROILED SNAPPER with Lemon Sauce
veteran. resent, however, Youngbergwas 3.45
fi Other survivors Include a chief engineer and Wlm
( t sIster, Mrs Lucy Messineo of mere was assistant treasurer BROILED RIB EYE STEAK, -Oi. with Mushroom Sauce
Brooklyn, and four grand- of the BLE Realty Corp. ROAST PRIME BEEF, au Jus
l'' children. 3.95
Asparagus tips taste just as
t Funeral services were conducted delicious as green peas with VEGETABLES
Saturday at Rawles spring lamb. You may use I E' Billed Ideho Potato en Foil Glazed Sweet Potato Whipped Potatoes
j 0'd ',. Funeral Home, Venice, with aimed green asparagus tips Asparagus with Hollandaise Creamed Pearl Onions Pen & Carrots,
t r The Rt. Rev. Msgr. George dress if like,
and them you Sauce Jardinaire
'r'6' W. Cummings of Church ofthe
t b with a cheese lauce.ALLEN. SALADS
tf Epiphany officiating
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: .", .10 Graveside services at Noko- TOSS SALAD GOLDEN GLOW
f 1 I I .,. ..--. mis Cemetery were conducted French, Thousand Island, Roquefort er Cyre's Green Goddess Dressing
ti .. .4' 'j1f by No-Vel American I.eglop DESSERTSHot
', Convalescent and
) ,1 Post 159.
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1.- .. ;, Nursing Home Mincemeat Cobbler Pumpkin;; Pie Applie Pie
It. Layer Cake Ice Cream Sherbet

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I \ RARE BALD EAGLE NEST wes discovered efforts preservation of the nearly wit In,Woolworth's Monday
.f. in this tell 'erub pine near Englewood by extinct great biro Americas national symbol.: and wanted EMERSON'S
t ,.1 naturalitt and GONDOLIER the birds ESSAYS contact The GON
I t ", amateur photographer Although are protected by law, .. AM
i Charles Koch. National Bald/ Eagle encroeching civilization hn driven out all but DOLIER. The book ft wait.
Week has been proclaimed by Governor an/ occasional rare specimen from the South Ing for him.ALL.
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The: ONDEP, Venice Fla. SUI'. Nov ",.1964-3 J'

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r rI s By MARY E, KROUPAMr Trash Burning 'Banned :


I and Mrs David Foil Township; one brother, Albert with relatives In Tennesseeand Fire Chief J. R (Bud) Divine Divine laid. warning will '
and con Woody of I960 Fair- Crick Jr, of Wilson, Pa; one Arkansas, Since their return issued a warning today oe Issued if fire hazard are
view Dr. spent the weekendIn grandson and seven step- they have been very against the burning of trash found .and the owner of the
Tallahassee visiting their grandchildren The funeral busy with guests returning, Inside the city limits withouta building or premise will be
ion and brother, a itudent in wa held Saturday in Easton some for the winter and some permit from the Fire Depsrtment. given 30 days to remedy the. t .
Florida State University -0- on vacation. They Include situation. f'
-0- The card party given by St Mr. and Mr. Clifton Bills Divine said trash cannot be
We are happy to tee' Mr. Cecelia Circle l In the Parish from Mia, Mich., who stayed burned even In a container Yale Club Meets J :
and Mrs Guy Wood who recently Hall of St. Raphael' Catholic there until their home was without the required permit '
The Yale Club of Sarasota j
returned to their homeat Church last Friday evening finished In Grove City. Mr The fire chief said ha has received : I 1
and Mrs. Edwin T, Chandler County will hold its first
1860 Bayshore Dr They was a big success Mrs A. J, several complaintsfrom
Z have spent the summer in Kroupa, chairman, and Mr. from East Haddan, Conn, arrived residents of the city on luncheon meeting at the .
to stay there until their the smoke nuisance from Sarasota Terrace Hotel Tuea.
Syosset. N. V Mr. Woods Joseph Machacek, cochairman .
hasn't been too well and we and member of St. home on Oxford Place is trash fire on neighboring day at noon All Yale men J I, '>
hope the Florida sun will Cecelia Circle wish to thank ready for occupancy. property.He In the area and their guest
make him feel much better Mr. John Brejack, presidentof Other guest are Mr Harry also cited the danger are cordially invited to at I I
-0- the Altar Society. St Ann Osborne and Bob Williams from fire due to the lack of tend,
and St. Theresa Circle for from Athens, Ohio, are here rainfall in the past two The feature of the program
Mr. George Mayleben of their cooperation. for fishing. Mr. and Mr. Os- months. will be the showing of official
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Fairview Drive had been -e- borne operate a fishing resort Fire Chief Divine also re Yale football motion pictures.Officers I .
horn for 'Just a few days The beef dinner given by In Ohio during the summer ported that a check of hotel, of the Club are: ,
when his doctor advised him
trVE the Holy Name Men in theHail He has made plan to return motel and apartment houses A. Norman Into, president; 1 f
to back in the hospital He
Is in go' Sarasota Memorial Hos of StI Raphael' Catholic with his family In December, for fire hazards began this Richard C Thompson andDaniel 'l
4 4I Church last Sunday was - week. The inspection will be R, Howe, vice presidents ,
''t pitale also a big success Mr Mr. and Mr. A. F. Christian extended, he said, to Industrial ;. Palmer Bevis, secretary )
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I !. : ; : j\\H; \ > 'I George Mayleben, president spent the summer near area and business plac-; ; and Arthur J. Ferguson ,
\ : : \ We are very sorry to report of the Holy Name Men, expressed Chicago and recently return. es treasurer. : il
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a good friend and neigh. appreciation to the ed to move Into their new 1
bor in our community has men and their wives for help home on Homestead Drive.
passed away Mrs Edward ing. - YOU CAN SAVE WAYS ::1
McBride, 84, of 1870 Neptune -0- We are sorry to report Mr 3
Dr., Overbrook Gardens, died Mr. Edwin Beasley from Frank Nye of New Jersey,
1 Nov. 11 in a hospital at Easton Mobile Gardens ia in Sarasota passed away on Oct. 28. Mr On Auto Insurance
Pa, Mrs. McBride and Hospital and 1* very ill W* and Mrs. Nye lived here for I. LOW RATES
her Edward had
husband wish for him a speedy recov about four year and last 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS
i been visiting at the home of 1
they bought trailer
AND HAIRCUT State Sen.S. of Sarasota cry year a 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT
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mmbr-f.arge of the Florid her son-in-law and daughter and lived in Oak Grove Trail SERVICEAGENCY
Henderson (left) of Venice can Barber Sanitary Commission, with Rotary Mr. and Mrs John Sinclair in I -0- er Park. They were making
out hit shingle' any day now ai a full.gad President J. Howard Vaughn tooling on at Easton since Aug. 9. She was' Mr. James Townsend on plan to return when Mr. Nye

j barber. Sen. Henderson was pre- right. Henderson, a Rotary Club member, a member of the Englewood : and Bayshore entertained Drive with was two hostess table was taken ill. 'le''ai& t J
Methodist Church and ita
, ed| with e framed certificate. at Venice. was cited by Ragan for aiding In the passageof Women's Society of Christian of bridge Tuesday afternoon - .
Mr. and Mr.
.nil Rotary Club Thursday noon naming barber reform legislation member of Those Ed Scripture
as a Service and Workshop She present were
from Saratoga, N. Y. arrivedto
honorary Florida barbs Presenting the Florida Mr. Connie Mr 'I'I7tl.
M Senates Public Health Commit. also was a member of Golden Thompson, move in their new home In 116 W.
certificate was Jeff D. Regan (center)1e tee. Link Council 73, Daughters Nan Berh, Mr*. Louise Scul-- Grove City. Venice Avenue
of America, in Easton and : thorpe, Mrs. Lillian Rae, - &s Teisphono:488.2269
the Pickwick Club of the Easton Mr*. Lillian Muller, Mr. Mr. Laurence Codner entertained 1 1s
YWCA. Besides her husband I Helen Bernhardt, Mrs. Bees I )
with a luncheon and
Program Set At Englewood Knott and the hostess, Mrs.
Edward McBride, she bridge at her home on Lea.
I leaves one daughter, Ethel Nell Townsend. Mrs Connie wood Road Thursday Those
(Mrs. John Sinclair) ; three Thompson won let, Mrs. Lillian present were Mrs Warren
SLEWOOD Plans for Indiana Avenue at 9:30: a.m.I I clo I stepsons, Kenneth McBride of Rae won 2nd and Mrs Kennedy Mrs George Grlfflths .
ortul program for the and will march to the churchin First Vice-Preaideut Mr*. I Riegelsville, Pa; Earl Mc. Bess Knott won 3rd. Refresh. and Mr. Ced Logan -. !;
teas season were initial column, headed by the post Clayton Rhodes, member Bride, Milroy, Pa, and Lloyd ments of peach shortcake and substituted for Mr. Otto
the recent meeting of color unit. ship chairman, reported that I McBride of Easton, Fa; Ice cream were served. Muller. COMPLETE
njlewood Legion Post. The Legionnaires sent a the membership campaign Is three sisters, Mrs Bertha - >-
lonnaire Ben Lane, post delegation and the post colorsto progressing favorably and It i Stull, and Dorothy (Mrs : Mr and Mr*. R T. Mc. Mr. James Townsend of THANKSGIVING
ander pro tern, an- the new home dedication Is anticipated that the organization I Thomas Selp) both of West i Hughes who own and operatethe Bayshore Drive entertainedwith "
ed the appointment of ceremonies of Port Charlotte will attain its assigned! Easton, Pa.. and Jennie (Mrs Tropic Air Motel have returned two tables of dessert DINNER '
!allowing committee for Legion Post 110 Saturday quota In the very near future, Reginald( Wilson), of Palmer from a six week visit bridge Saturday afternoon

pott's Yuletide program: The Legionnaires who volunteered Those present were Mr. q
White, director; Chap- for the delegation Maggie Dunphy, Mr. Velma
Louie Sheppard and Le- were Chaplain Sheppard, Ser Porter, Mr. Ann Bates, Mrs. 1
sues Whiteford Barkley, lIeant.At.Arml Amon Dun. Emmy Keene, Mr. Ann
.t t Thelin, Amon Dun- ham, E. A Bartholomew C, Frey, Mr. Norma Sawn, Choice of Soup or Juice l!
andy F. Higginbotham William Mrs Florence 1
I C. F Higginbotham Hughes and )
Wyatt. Schultz Whiteford Barkley, Mr. Dawn War. TURKEY AND DRESSING ;

I brief pre-aocial buslmsion. Adjutant Clark Eccles, Mr -oWe or .
Chaplain Shep- Llpsett, and W, E. Herdman welcome Mr and Mrs $1.29 BAKED HAM $1.29 1
reported that Command. At the monthly meeting s George Ihll from Detroit, who
.1 II( Haste Is recupuerat- of the auxiliary Mrs. Norman 1 have bought a home at 2011S. with
satisfactorily: from the Coulon, president appointeda d Pine on Alnger Creek. Mr WHIPPED POTATOES VEGETABLE and SALAD
t illness and hopes to re10 committee to join with the and Mr*. Ihll! have been coming PUMPKIN PIE '
"active duty" in the Legionnaires In the tradition. to Englewood for the past l'I I
future al Yuletide activities Com 12 years.
J
ppard reported the Le- mitten members Include Mrs 3t
urea and ladies of the Clayton Rhodes, chairman, Florida oyster grow near
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ary will attend .the Mrs. John I. White, Mrs Har. ly twice as fast a* oysters 1
n( church service at the ry Wyatt: Mrs. Lester Perry, from northern states, reportsthe
avid's Episcopal Church Mrs William F H. Stroud, State Board of Conserva Venice Shopping Center
Mrs Marie L. Albright Mrs
nday, Nov. 29 The Lefts tion.
Mary J Haley, Mrs White-
will assemble 'at ford Barkley, Mr. Cha*. F MIA, t 4 ;r
Inglewood Cemetery or) Manley, Mr*. Don WeekesSr Come
.1: ? and Mrs Coulon, ex-offl- join the happy life !


House Political Science ... at Trailer Acres!
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ssle Fails Course Is OfferedA GROUND BREAKING ceremonies were held ice Gardens officials. The new facility is eipected >

course in political science lat week to signal the start of construction to be completed by Jan. I, 196 .
GLEWOOD Expected will be offered by the Sara on the 11,200 sq. ft. Aladdin Moving and Temporary Quarters for Aladdin-an agent ( 5A /
orks failed to material- sota Community School, Adult Storage warehouse in the Venice Gardens for United Van Lines-sre currently locatedIn r su
i meeting of the Engle. Education Division, beginning Industrial Part Wielding the shovel, from a hangar .t Venice Municipal Airport. r.
Volunteer Fire Depart- Wednesday. right, are State San Warren Henderson, Handling the sale of the construction site
director. Recent Wednesday The class will be taught by Aladdin owner-operator John M. West, Mrs. from Venice Gardens to West was William 6
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L out of the station controversy house Dick Hysell and will meet West and Venice Mayor Smyth D. Brohard. Landgraf of the Frank C. Raeburn Agency. ,.

public meeting spot wasted Wednesday evenings from 7 In the background are city, council and Ven I 4 II I
to draw a Capacity: to 9 p.m. In room 109 Sarasota I
e>rOp High School for 10
I to the firehouse to dish -
pro and con of the weeks. I

The course will be conducted UNITED DISCOUNT AUCTION 4j ,
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ever, following brief in workshop fashion with g d
'cots on the subject, it 1 group discussions highlighting !
unanimously voted to In- the class. Local as well as INC.Announces
'to the Fire Department national phases will be covered .
"I that "The fire station I 1 j ,
used only for fire de-: '
.not business and activi- Registration fee is $3 to be Its Opening .
at the first session Additional 1
620 union of ticket sales information may be obtained t
iram assignments for from the Community .
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'rcmen's turkey shoot, I' School phone 938.1332 or by ( ,:" : < .' -' ', R T ''
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*,concluded the business calling at the office at 1001 0.a 0 A I
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Yesterday. Trailer Acres was just an idea Today Us an ideal retirement community of

spacious lots with paved streets, central sewer and wafer systems Tomorrow ? we plan
- this"' to be America's largest active retirement mobilehome community! .1 %

INf 25th 7:30 Pa M.
1 Wednesday, Nov. Over 400 mobilehome sites have already been sold More than 100 people are now enjoying ,

this happy way of life The retirement couples keep coming. And rightly so. They've
Come Early And Browse Around. shopped and compared; some will have saved as much as S 1500. They know values and

f YOU'lnJY ENTERTAINMENT STARTS AT 6:45 P.M. appreciate !the extras thai Trailer Acres offers.

The Recreation Center will soon have an observatory second story. The fun games parties

and dances will be all the merrier. And with that much more lounge rooms (for cards hobbies

it with GOLD SEAL DOOR PRIZES and just plain relaxing and enjoying your neighbors. Boating and (fishing on the beautiful : '
more and fish,filled Myakka River continues to be ever,popular with !the happy residents. : I

HOME FINANCING And Just a mile, away are !the healthful waters of Warm Mineral Springs. AI Trailer Acres, \ I '

FREE TURKEYSNEW you really know you're enjoying your freedom years. ,J I I

Hint TOO find happiness In Ufc U our greatest Why not! drive out today) Or on the weekend The owners are al the entrance-office from j

.$eatre. The Renal t toga wU Pout> er JII ort u* 10 to S daily and Sunday. Ask for Boris Kaye or Gene Crayson. They'd like to meet ymd [I Ii;

41rsd "haw FURNITURE APPLIANCES BEDDING will be delighted to show you around. Tool be glad you came.WalerfrwlFr.
"hats" are MM by the many families whom we AND USED, :

113Jl helped to become eetabUahW II tkeir OWl home. TELEVISIONS AND MANY OTHER ITEMSTO .Msbtebwme. Sibs k. $1295 ..*j$1795 I '

CIa we help ,out Ten* 10* Do'III-1Ip y.Years Te Pay, ., I

OUR PROSPECTIVE 'CUSTOMERS:. !

We pledge to try at all times to give our customers the. finest of bargains,

beth In par stop and at our auction: ''
e SARASOTA SIGNED: ROY PRIEST @IP&'i'


LJ [jIIIDriOO&[ [ I J. .G. EASTMAN

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I Isawaa.lmnm AUCTION EVERY WEDNESDAYAt The Trailer Park Thafs Planned To Be America's$ largest lr lrOa

DDteNiONN 4 rawlatmwwres : 'GAl em the Junction .f U. S.41' end Engl.wood. Roads South Venice the beautiful Myakka River and tj S 41-43 miles S. of Bradenton, 29 mile S. of Sarasota

PHONE 488533Store Closed Sunday I alp J. of Vca; o. I mild HI .of Engltwood IS miles ft of Punts\ Qord. '36 lIIi1es It of fedNkaa. ; s y ynet
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Carrots 2 *
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; Rod or Golden DeliciousApples I I
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Micrin Oral Antiseptic Toni Tame Hair Rimelarge Valley Frost Whole Strawberries J IWIFT'I MIMIUM SMOKIIS OR. I HUMANS 0.'. COOKED OR IAKID
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Libby's Flavorful

Tomato Juice 4 'cons- S1.For .

Creamy Holiday Pies-Libby't ,+

Pumpkin ,2 cans 303 29c iiuuk a

Green Giant Golden e DNblets

Corn 2 1 12-ox. 39c
. cans ( C uO
Green Giant Garden

Green Peas . 2 cans 303 39c We'll Be
Closed All
Kay-Jun Whole Sweet '

Potatoes 303 29c 4 Day Thursday,
0 w. a . can Thanksgiving ;

Duncan Hines I :
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Cake KASvoe 3 reg.kgs $1. -- '
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(Pineapple-Supreme,White,Yellow,Swiii Chocolate, Devils Food and Deep Dark Chocolate) 0


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Coffee." ..." ., .ol:,:i' $149 rv
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Margarine. .. ...cl.1-Ib... 37- Dole Hawaiian T4..

Sour Irtakirom'l Cream Tatty .. ::. 39Pineapple Juice Jt"; :. $>. J .:

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Hollowcy HOUM (plui' 50 "0",1 IIS.oz PRICES .
Baked Potatoes. .... I,1;:.' 39nO,8 Onions' . jar age EFFECTIVE I

Bi'di r,. FreunGreen Kellogg'i Herb Seasoned Crouton. MON.-TUES.-WED., '
Peas. ., . .5 : $1-". ?5rReynold's NOV. 2324.25,
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6-Th. GONDOLIER, V.ntc.. Fl.. Sun. Nov. 22. 1964 .. A SALUTE TO MYAKKA STATE PARK TOTEM, POLE


By MARS STUBS and PAUL PFECFFEa
E Oo1r I Dave's DiatribeGood

x Venice Junior High posted fourth, fifth and sixth It'adel1
a victory recently in the Sarasota participate in the
state park are one tors have developed a liking, Our Myakka River State County Junior High Con education classes, Ph7l1cal
of the best thing about our for marshmallows. The white Park I 18 a fine place to take ference. The Venice Little In- --
Florida, and we Intend to visit mallows make it easier for us the family for a healthy, Inexpensive diana trounced McIntosh 20-0. Mrs Verna Cwwwr
a lot of them If our breath to see the 'gators who have weekend. The) Venice's record is M-J. The librarian, announced ,,school
and mileage hold out. So far nothing much to show exceptthe camping area swarm with Indian who scored the Venice perback Book Show" "Pes
we've seen but four, which return tire of their eyes children safe from the danger point were Steve Schepp. staged soon in wig be
many
whet one's appetite for from flashlights.One of highway and TV. A Ward Curry- Pete Gurda and classes of the Junior oi the
i mum or rsm uuoaucrm ratau .: mnnn OF rn FLORIDA rtuuw ASSOCIATION more old native that we campsite coat but $1.SO a JM Clement; the library assistants high AU
,/ Our nearest one 1* also ourat.t. greatly enjoyed was a big day, with a 250 charge for Venice played Thursday the "advertisers" will be
ra. L..1w 10 a.SM.b .ISS.s r w tr r e.bll.ao..u" 41.__ _I'" r .'* largest, having 28.865 owL We've seen hoot-owls before electricity if you wish to talk and IriIl
U ... .... ... ... against Brooksld at home.The give to clams
r .r..11W r ISIS e.5r. w nbIISbd . AU war w _blloa_ and in In I make
natural forest but high
--a' _ acres of always up plug i'i'I: Brookslde-Venic game posters and
.1 I ..... ... lake It is the home of wild. a tree or softly swooshing by tables, h announcements
l 1.W .A..Wy N 514 .w..ee li M rrl...hM. ..* .. nvobHwOra brMWM4 rt was the last of the season. The show 1 ta for the
eeb _..... -. NS.1.a 1 life where it knows it is sate at dusk This one sat his rooms and shower baths. coaches of the benefit)
The and the library to
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'1 from men whose mouths water perch quite unabashed, stuffed Ranger F. R. Durrance and peen
Inn Mmlw u4 1hw.M5 r.- 555.14 a Miw a.u.n5.sS would like to thank everyonewho back books The public
AI e..w Ch.. 11_ u r.1 Om. .t ,... ........ as they see wild turkeys with mice Instead of cot all personnel are most pleasant helped in anyway possible visit the library any! asp
stroll, not run, across the ton, and stared back at usa and co-operative. This to make the 1964 conference day between the ICho I 1
hours
EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher roads while the deer browseIn oet away, his limb sounds like a commercial for .successful VJHSo a m. and 3:30: p.m. Of. '
the fields. only head-high above the our state park, but we assure 1
COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager Better open to see these deer and ground. you that the state pays us - Many -0- I

SAM. DILLON .................................. New, and Newaphoto Editor other wildlife, with trained This tour train idea Is new nothing: and has never heardof Coach Dick Brown, VJHS InQ In the student are enroll
leadership instructor, has an- > Venice
i I ROGER KILBY .................................... Mechanic Superintendent guide to point them out, this year with owners Zone us, except through taxes. nouncfcd the Venice Elementary School; courses, such Commszjlr
; there is now one of those little arid Jim Fox as engineer and Some folk asked us where hand as horL
School fifth and sixth and
trains of open-air coaches conductor. Many people, you this column has been lately.It wrestling Tbt
::1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. IS.25 per rear, $3.29 per six month, $2 75 that operates afternoon as will notice, drive through the hasn't been in the ,editor'* graders will vie in a football classes will be taught lve,
{ per three month, 10 cent per copy. Out of county $625 per )year $4.23 well as evening park at a rate of speed that drawer nor under pile of his game Wednesday Nov. 25, Saturday morning at the Vlllo
six month S3 three month The is that starting at 1:30 p.m. on the ICe Junior and Senior high
'I per per Being overnight campers, is not only illegal but endanger papers. answer
_t .*......11I01_. IT.KU PraB ImtM GaI-mo. ....., AaoorI_ r..e.e. n.. we took the night train which the hiking camper and the author bee been 'off his school's playground. The Schools l All Venice Element
0 I I.t. Me, I.w ...... N. I.I Atlut*. Gas Dwrolh 554.5.A . goes leisurely along the road kills the too-trusting' game.With feed." You who have been cheerleaders and baton twirlers ary and Junior High student,
I I with its spot light, with flashlights pilot Jim i putting his farm boy will rememberhow will perform at half time. faculty members, parents and
of the guests, picking train down to a crawl, stopping you used to have to Officials will be student leaden friends may enrolL jTi
. U. I Year To Remember out our "neighbors." And the whenever anyone spotsa "float" the old horse' teeth David Erb and Ward Curry Broderjck Is the Venice Com:
; : The is under School
program the munlty director
I wild neighbor are quite unafraid creature, and well-versed so he could grind his oat*. The
direction of Coach wrestling class
I ::7,1 1 A short year .bet slipped by since the son. Porch-lights burn all night at the keep on of eating the lights under The the deer spot you Zona will to explain see more the than wildlife you, It's really tun to grow old- S and 4 will Brqwn.Gr.de. be the by Mr. Lenox Reid will,be guldsnci taught

i . Main's rifle crackled end a world leader Euins' home. a* if on stage In the water probably ever have before. en entirely new experience: spectator along with the pub- teacher at the Junior high

t "'I was felled a* he mingled with hit people Mrs. J. D. Tippit, the third widow, .hat alongside the road the alli,.. We did. and but once In a lifetime lie.The Junior High students the For Junior further High Information office phone

I : to administer. to their weir..,. The rec.iyecIm.II: / fortune. However, the are leader at the elementary -4-

i raw edge of that days unbelievable new world-wide contributions totalling nearly BEWARE OF MEDICARE school every Monday, Wednesday Steve Johnson an eljhft

:, j .... been dulled by the passage of 12 $650.000 and the $225 monthly police for physical and Friday education.afternoon Each ter grader, returned Monday ti

1 I j months end the kaleidoscope of newer pension will never replace her patrol student leader has a team of having been In Veda

I ; history being etched on the pages of man-husband who was murdered on a Too Late To about nine students, who compete Hospital for second degree
ClassifyBy with other team. At burns ha received in an icci.
time. Dallas street as he attempted to questionLee .
I present, the teams are play.tog dent recently. He was in the
j ; However, that fusillade of shots that Harvey OswaFd in connection with football and speed ball. hospital for about
a week
I RUSSELL KAY accuse the medical profession if they are.Consider There are 32 student leaders and
f : changed world history, also bed Ih effect the president's assassination, 45 minutes then released. We all ml
and our druggists and also that modern under the direction of Ath-
I on the lives of those closely connectedwith earlier. Her grief 'is tempered with the We have been hearing a.lot.ndthoulandl nursing home with taking advantage techniques and methods have letic Director Brown. Over com Steve back to the Jua.

: the events of that terrible day. responsibilities of raising her three chile about medicare of lately beavers of ua in our hour of reduced the average hospital 350 student from the third, lor High.SERVING .

o I! Dallas, itself, has had undeserved scorn dren. who see benefits eager for themselves need as it has been charged. stay from 11 days to 8 days,
According to the U. S. while drug have increased
: ,! Y. !; heaped upon its fair name limply because What is the attiude of the slayer's In the hollow promises their Bureau of Labor Statistics only 58 per cent and laboratory FLORIDA SINCE 1950

I the misguided mind of a Lee Harvey Os mother? Mrs. Marguerite Oswald is still of vote politicians write letter seeking to the press price increases over the past services only 99 per

weld chose a Dallas lunch hour to perpetrate determined to vindicate her son. Bearing and pressure their congress 28 years, 1935 to 1963, for various cent.
services indicate that
we
' national disaster Every American no greet affection for her daughter-in-. men. making mountain out There are hospitalization
are a
plans available at such modest
\ ; < city has its Lee Oswalds but it was the law, she is convinced that her son had In the meantime the medical of a mole hill in our effortto cost that most any fam- toridu Qreetlng Service One.Cordially

I. misfortune of Dallas to have In its midst been made the scapegoat in the investigation profession and the and drug make the doctor and the ily can afford them and they
take the assume
t. r industry rap hospital the goats. offer far more for far less '+e'o.'ev. ,sons .. ...
eiroer
I i the one insane enough to carry out av and claims to have evidence that the role of ogres and ra

: ; ... plan for presidential assassination.The will prove the theory of there being more monsters, who gouge the bureau Consider statistics the fact show that that than any to political date. plan presented

I hour of 12:30: November 22, 1963 than on. ......in. She declares she will helpless with and outrageous bleed their chargesfor victim domestic labor has Increasedin Before you go overboard or
*
i ; has affected the thoughts and lives of disclose the proof at the proper time. services. coot 353 per cent, haircuts, permit your congressman to
i 299 per cent; shoe repairs, do so for medicare as now 5 Welcomes/
t I ,'i' manyseme slightly, others tmmeasureabry. Another killer, Jack Ruby, Is still sittingIn Maybe it is time we stopped 208 per cent; movie admissions proposed take time to secure

''t t I i I Abraham Zapruder, the amateur his (fail cell, brooding over his mypossessions listening to politiciansand 197 per cent; beauty a copy of the bill and make
: I cameraman who miraculously recorded the Bible and a picture of JohnF. hearsay and look at the shop service, 183 per cent; sure you know what it really You and Your Family
fact. The cost of medical while medical care services means. Don't take the wordof
I entire tableau on film, still finds it herd Kennedy. Awaiting appeal of his trial,
services, hospitalization and half-baked half-crazed
have Increased only 159 per : To Your New Home!
r11 to beli.... Th. earners has been acquiredby he raves irrationally and has tried to drugs are high. There 1* no cent and doctors fee only politician who are concerned -

) the manufacturer as a museum piece, commit suicide three times, banging his discounting that. But are 112 per cent. only with your vote and

but Zapnder has lost Interest in picturetaking head against a wall, hanging himself, and these costs excessive in com- Maybe a haircut or a their future. Study the problem
parison with other cost for permanent wave is more Im- for yourself and be sure The State of FloridaIt
i ", although presented with a new ramming his finger into an electric light services over the same period portant than the service of a you understand what the

I t camera. socket. T dependable hospital or physician present bill does and does not Is our desire to mU you feel welcome
\ Maybe we should stop and but it seems to me we do before you jump wildly !Into
John second doctors who labored both the
Governor B. Comedy victim The
over
f and with,
t I .it count our change before we have lost our sense_ of value an. empty swimming pooL to acquaint you, !,your city.
::-. ,s r el the. rifleman. ;, has still not fully recovered President end Oswald are still at Parkland .

o; from his injuries and is constantly Memorial Hospital. They deeply regretnot

I startled by auto backfires or bursting being able to save the President'slife. If yov ore nw In the area, o plane

balloons. The near-brush with death h.. To them death is no stranger and Venice High School News call/ will bring; you a prompt whit from

I given' the governor a greater appreciation they have been called to the emergencyroom your local Aosfess. Please/ give; her a calll/

I of living and new desire to study the many times since with life-saving By SUSAN MURPHY and EELS LEET SAe has maps and many 'free end wonderful

wonders of nature.The successes outnumbering the losses.
I gifts for from local Dimnesses/;
widowed Jacqueline Kennedy has One of the heart-warming occasions Future Teachers of America test are in. Senior have school at the cost of $5. you

I carried on through a year of mourning. when the surgeon feels that his professionhas are sending four delegatesto been flooding the office to -0-. MRS. ETHEL TUCKER
the state convention in find out how well they did. Senior are in the processof
Now living( in a New York apartment, she ,been worth the long years of Intense Clearwater Nov. 1921. A score of 300 or above 1* choosing their class color, 4(0 Nokomis; Av*. Venice, Florida

takes wallet through nearby Central Park study occurred in this same Dallas hospital The delegates will elect needed to be accepted at a song and motto. They spenta PHONE 488-3134
state officers and will havean Florida College. Senior receive gruelling day last week
with her children, her sparkling personality last week. Two identical I twin sisters
opportunity to hear speakers their grade after they taking their Senior Tests, MRS. FERN CALD WELL
dimmed by retrospection of a horrible were involved In a rare kidney transplant from all parts of the state. have talked to Mr. Grams or which will aid the school In,
Mr. Gattschall about them: determining their college 435 Rivier. Phone 488.4014err
ord..I.I
I performed by Parkland doctors. Nancy At the club's last meeting,
The DCT's Fish Nov.
Oswald's employer at the Texas SchoolBook Freeman gave her healthy left kidney to Nov. 12 the members had the 8, was a big suggess.Fry, The placement.

i I Depository, Roy Truly, say it is her sitter, Mary, so that the ten-year-old ing privilege Mrs. of Elinor meeting Eklund and, hear.principal club has a profit of'$300. ,

I : possible that the publicity may have caused might 'be given a chance to ,lead a normal of Nokomis Elementary -0-.

an increase in the book business. Sometimes life School, speak on the responsibilities have Busy taken as ever their, the PSAT Juniors teeter

his work takes him near a certain During the six-and-one-half hour operation of substituting at both and made great plan for
Venice
1 elementary schools
sixth floor window and as he glances out the surgeons worked feverishly In and Nokomis, during the Homecoming. Under directionof
j president Jim Sikora all
,:j j I at the underpass in the distance, he Is performing the medical miracle on the year. the Homecoming committee .

I reminded/ of the year-old tragedy. young daughters of Mr .and Mrs. D. C. -0- have been set up and are now

I \ Marina, another widow, is /living comfortably Freeman of Ft. Worth. elected Keyettes members inducted Linda newly Pond, hard at work trying to get
\ I everything ready for the big
I I j in a three-bedroom, brick suburban As if providing an opportunity to me- Janice Wade, Jean Costigan, night of Nov. (. The event of

f t ., 1{ i j I home never possible as the wife morialiie the anniversary of a death with Susan Mattox and Marilyn the evening will be a fish fry \' Est
McPherron on Nov. 12. The o
' I I of Oswald. Her new, sophisticated life life, doctors that the sponsored by the DCT club,
a happily announce club also sponsored a dance followed by the parade down
oj1, "I Is a result of receiving over $100,000 new kidney Is functioning perfectly, and Nov. 13, in the cafeteria after Venice Avenue the game
I I ( I from donations and with the Cardinal Mooney against Palmetto, and the
1i! magazines, another that the operation was a complete suc
t 1 game.
Homecoming dance, featuringthe
$50,000 due book _
as royalty on a cess.
-oIn Thunderbeats. The court
i, ':, J : : based en Oswald's life. Release of her Although one may say th.t the operation the Brain Brawl, sponsored has been chosen from the senior

''t ::1 !\ 0"'I husband's Russian diary by a Dallas reporter could have been successfully performed by the National Honor girl and the football
Society, Key Club took two player will now vote on the ,'I. '
I '; ; ,:! 'I I I infuriated her at the loss of another " in any American city, by the same out of three contests to become queen who will be crownedat t re .. fw

\ : ;1 i1+ I 'i: $100000, through sale" of the book. token the President's assassination could the winner. Key Club midnight at the dance. \

II I \l t' Amos Euins was the schoolboy who witnessed have taken place in any city in the won the tags selling contest -0-
I and the academic competition The Key Club and the Keyettes -
l tj ''i1 { !II I' I a rifle being drawn back from the country.The with the Keyettes takingthe attended a* a group the 9 ea aa4 e

!I f C window of the depository. Following his site of a history-making event lends cheering competition. Monday meeting of the Council .

j jpt 1 :: testimony before the Warren Commission, little significance to the act; the importance Money collected from the of the Concerned. Surprisingly GET THAT HOME ,
I 4 sale of tags was used to buy enough almost half of
'I !it'I young Euins' parents have received threatening lies In the malevolence or the benefits a flag pole for the athletic those who attended the meeting . WITH SAVINGS
fi '//I! \ phone calls causing them to curtail derived from the incident itself. field. It was used for the first were area teenagers. Key ,
the outdoor their time at the Homecoming Club sponsored a fish fry at
activities of
I ninth-grade Charles A. Koch.
game the Venice Youth Center last JSJSM rm down payment by awing b gMgislarly. h

The academic competition Friday and realized a sizable With nth a wonderful inoesv

I 11111"" ) l t1 i.1;; Library Column was"College set up Bowl much," with like Mr.the profit. -0-. tlw, yrt b* rpried how easy It fa Se

: 0 : I L LARZ The National act money aside each month. Walt ttwatVl
By NEWTON Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY Roy Crams serving as mod. Honor Societyhas
ji' erator and Mr. Gerald Gatts- started a teacher replacement Tea wttk Handsome earnings to help beg
Hit loulllaBaiatt a noble dish 1 teA Vanity Fair is one of the Immortal hall Mr. Harris, Mr. George program where they let y out aaaey.Staciaasx.
,I ort of broth brew Mahar, and Mr. Hedrick serv- will use their study halls to
soup, or or classics of English literature, from the
leg! as judges. replace any teacher who has
THE above lines from The Ballad of first chapter where the Impertinent Becky The tag selling contest was to leave hi* class for las

Bouillabaisse may serve as a good introduction hurls Dr. Johnson's Dictionary out of the the money-making contest than a day or that cannot !j

to the I bon vivant William Make. coach leaving' Miss Pin .rton'. academy, Each club sold tags, blue for get a substitute. /
Key Club and gold for Key. NFL decided on night meetIng -
peace Thackeray. to the last fitting chapter ettes, to raise money. The and had their first on .
But he Is remembered chiefly as the AM Konrro Vas ifotvml Which of nit club with the most money at Oct. 21, a program of debate ',.' ,,.., 1t .. : ," '
the end of week The technique and record of \ "
r novelist whose name ts linked with that i happy In this world? Which of ashen tag were worn* by won.the students famous speeches were the ) "

of the other titan among Victorian novelists hit desire or, having if, h tat- to show which side they highlights of the evening. I ', "

i' his friend Charles Dickens V/W/ ? Come children, l.t .s thai were on. The students with The Tomahawk staff I III
tags were allowed to cheer working night and day to put
I Thackeray was also an artist and his up the to* oW Me pappttt, for our for their side during half- out a paper every two weeks. ST

II + own sketches embellish Vanity Fair play h played/ out time. Last issue was a sellout and uses seas.sowte.wraa

In this masterpiece the modern reader Let your Public library guide you to a The two teams consisted of they hope to do a* well for the
Ray Joelson, Dennis Fleming rest of the year.
will be Intrigued with Thackeray's quaint better acquaintance with an eminent English Jim Van Keuren and -0-.

whims In the choice of names for his author. RECOMMENDED: the spirited Jim:: Zacharl for Key Cluband Picture were taken for the
Linda Pond, Melody annual tut Thursday and Friday Alt
fictional'
characters witness of the of
a* some biography Thackeray In BRITISH .
I Wendt Linda Rose Stevensonand Oct.: 13 and 18. These picture
c ,; guest of Becky Sharp The Duchess Dowager AUTHORS OF THE NINETEENTH CEN. Carole Austin for the will be in color this

h i ;,il of Stilton, Due de 1.' Gruyere, TURY. Keyettes. year and will be on sale to .
-0- the student Annual
Marchioness of Cheshire, Comt d. Brie: USE YOUR LIBRARY, The result of the Senior sal la the mornings are before on "0", thiriMh, anflbirtori) '




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The GONDOLIER Venice Fie Sun Nov 19Epiphany _
FBI ,2'2.
nor Counterspy --.. -_ i ti

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!,|Iks On Communism 4 Guild .

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t VNWC Junior Section ,w t' ,"b r"y Plans Two Events ;


Anita quested to Join the '
BrmerldFedt 1st Commu Two m a J o r Christmas Mrs Dorothy Shadduck is
; Party for
indenton counterspy : events for Epiphany (Catholic the luncheon chairman and
of Investigationi work. She affiliated :4 4 I
Bureau counterspy, will and in 195 Church) Guild are ached guests will be Mrs. Robert D.
i"Communlsm" at the with remained both her for small four yean, uled for the first week in December Peterson, president of South :

of Venice-Nokomia knowing of the work children County Epiphany Guild, and I I
n' and often The annual Christmas Mrs. John Brejack, president
'i Club Junior Section assisting her In her In __ 't
an cover.
luncheon for members will be of St. Church of
a* at 8 P.m- at the) club up activities. t hO Raphael's ,.
Inner Mrs. Robert Har- Mrs. Bratvold was offered hls't ,de; N held Dec 1 at 12:30: pm. at Englewood Altar Society. I
111 preside and hostesses a "reward"< !! trip' to Russia 6 ,, L 4, which holiday fashions from Luncheon entertainment i .
The Cotton Fair will be shown .
. M Mrs Joseph Farley find leadership of the party In will be by the 17-member \
L Strum- by Mrs Mary Balr. On Dec. North '
in Frederick California but refused both Port Charlotte Kitchen I "
offers, shortly before her testimony a 4-5, the Guild will have its Band, directed by Mrs. Rita / ,

Bratvold is Manatee at the 1955 U. S. House- '5 w-b-i. t 0 3 annual Christmas Bazaar Boyle and accompanied by I, I
I; Juvenile Counseloraecretarytreaeurer Un-American Activities Com a+ which will this year featurea Mrs. Helen Johnson. Mrs. I ',
of mittee hearings In Washing 14-foot boat, trailer and Elmer J. Ricker is programI I I

I da Juvenile Court Ad. ton, D. C. Sued for slander ,fw motor as Tambola prize. chairman. :
!aptor's Asm. She and by J the California Communist y Members should make early I

I rebind, who la assoclat- I Party, she fought the $75,000 School Director reservations with Mrs. ;
,lit; Sun City Center, Rus- suit In the California court Irene Burns at 438-4440.
have two children. for three years until she was ''B'4 Mrs Arthur Van
President
R""
of California, Mrs. finally able XMAS
alive to prove her Speaks At DAR LIU is general chairman of
the
entered Navy charges
old and'won the
case. the Bazaar Theme this
3 during WWII and en. : Mrs. Margaret Lipscomb, "Know Your Neighbor"and yearis i I
at San Diego (Calif) __ -
after the Classical Ballet past vice-president generalof booths representing the:
war.
College r the National of !
there she was ap- -_1 Society various areas of the parish t
,
bed by the FBI and re- Program To Be Daughters of the American will be represented. Among I:j
v Revolution, spoke on the these will be Venice, Venice I i

Presented HereA DAR school, Tamassee, Wed- East, South Venice, Venire 'J
'
Time Club To,fat, free nesday at the local Myakka Gardens, Nokomis, Laurel rand
of
program classical
At Tuesday Meet ballet, with a demonstrate 8 Chapter meeting. Osprey. 'f 4
a of study method and techniques etyr She is a director of the The Tambola first prize Is a
let Old Tyme Square narrated by Jean school which is located in 14-ft. fiberglass deluxe boat

Round Dance Club will Spear, will be presented at southwest South Carolina. It with a 1985 5-horsepower
a covered dish supper Venice Civic Center Dec eat is a boarding school for underprivileged motor and a 14-foot trailer.
dance Tuesday at 6 p.m. T:30: p.m, children, entirely Other Tambola prizes will

enlce Civic Center. . Miss Spear is principal of supported by DAR be a bicycle, anniversary

Instruction period on Florida Ballet Arts School GETTING IN ON THE ACT, are the eight members of Grace of 440 Shamrock Blvd., their "Christmas Barn" project.! chapters except for the teaching clock Bavarian china soup
it dance basics and a which; has classes in Sarasota staff supplied by South tureen, set of fiberglass T.V. 1
of "Gay Gordons" Methodist Church Building and Grounds committee. Th.Woman' Barnes li I wielding the shovel and kneeling betide him are i :
'* and Venice. Dancers and Carolina. Myakka Chapter tables, an electric fry-pan, a
be held from 7 to 8 p.m. demonstrating the students Society' Christmas Residence Tour, let for Dec. Austin Beebe, center, and F. Reide Onley. Standing, left presented a $10 gift to the 39-piece set of fine plastio >

(one attending are reed training will be Janice Drew, 4-5, will feature eight homes, one of which It being dec to right, are Harry Strawn, Harry G. Williams, Luther, GUM, director for the school and dishes, mosaic art kit, a
to bring a dish to Jacqueline Klnsella and 10 orated by the men to obtain funds for building and grounds Herb Hamilton and Fred Gibbs. toys and cash donations of set of ; stainless I steel steak i'I, \0

f i and their own table members of the classes nods They are shown at the home of Lewis Barnes Jr. 127 for the children for knives and a 20-Inch decora. )

id. The public is invited. The public is Invited. Christmas. live ceramic lion. Mrs. James i

Regent Mrs. William R. Fox and Mrs. Joseph Fuhry v'
BPW Seeks Information
State Officer
Area Servicemen Receive Grove Jr presided. Hostesses are Tambola co-chairmen.
Floridaland: It's Built On Foreign Contacts were Mesdames Harold Other chairmen and their f .
:
Speaks TuesdayAt Ot Other Organizations Clapp, George Stringer, Raymond booths are: Mrs. Rose Feld-
Edge, Harlle Brant and man, children's booth; Mrs.t:
New To Look OldPREY Promotions Take TrainingArea The world affairs committee [ Christopher Magee Guests Prances Cellura, treasure

Stamp Club of Venice Area Business were Mesdames Alonzo Mey trove; ; Joseph Gerard, hand.

, It's Incongru- building them. servicemen are Invol tello of Englewood, Is now on and Professional Women wishto ers of New York, Robert Wallace writing analysis; Mrs. May .!
that a western town For Instance, In one building Robert Pitt of Bradenton, ved In Air Force, Marine and duty at Homestead AFB. consult with any other lo of North Bend, Pa. and Butterfleld. shrine shop;
Jd be built of concrete in Floridaland's western vice-president of the Florida Navy activities this week. Airman Costello, an air cal organizations Involved in Emory Robbins of Philadelphia. Mrs. Irene Bums, hobbybooth t j
steel, but that's the pat. ghost town there is a bay win. Federation of Stamp Clubs, Lt Frank R. White, husband recently completed policeman International relationships. ; Mrs. Peg Kester, baked ,r18
of construction at Florl- dow which serves as a shop's will speak at the Venice of the former Deborah technical training at Lack. Club projects dealing with goods, Mrs. Ann Cede,
nd', western ghost town Stamp Club Tuesday at 7.31m foreign countries and clubs or bar Mrs. Leon Weber ;
display' window. Following : L Weston of Englewood land AFB, Tex. He is a graduate Make a blueberry sauce snack ; i
fly]] becoming a reality the 1870 style, the bay window >. at the Sarasota Federal! Beach, has graduated from a of Venice High School. groups with overseas affiliations from the frozen berries; flowers, and Mrs. Ed. r j
miles south of here. has been built complete with Savings and Loan Assn. com training course for USAF nuclear and correspondence are lerve over crisp waffles for ward C. Knob, treasurer and
nice builder and contrac- shingled roof and small win munity room.President weapons officers at Danny Piper, son of Mrs of major Interest to the brunch. publicity.IN J'
of 305 Poncede
ml! E. Cockrill has been dow panes. George Youn,. Lowry AFT, Colo Lt. White I Vernitia Piper group. Committee members i.
"u building business for berg Jr. will be In charge and is the son of Mr and Mrs. Leon, has been named a i who may be called are: Mrs SARASOTA ::1
but this is the And, because the western color-bearer with the rank of Val Mattox, Mrs. Mae Wrede, 1
/.years, a stamp auction will follow Frank C. White of Miami
time h. has Instructed pioneers disliked to cut down the talk. I Mrs. White is the daughter of cadet staff sergeant at the Mrs. Ethel Long, Mrs Maria RON DELIS LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE

nen to make something trees because they were so Mr end Mrs Joseph S. Wes U. S. Air Force Academy. He Polo and Mr,. Mitzi Smith
scarce, the board walk on the Pitt has held the state of. I was graduated from Venice
old, Instead of creating ton of Englewood, Beach.
'eu, eastern side of Floridaland's : Ice for the past five years Airman 3.C. Victor I. Cos. High School and is a memberof GRANGE WILL ELECT cloth covered
CUSTOM SHADES, vinyls,
He is also sales of the Academy Class of 87.. }Ji
, western town skirts a huge manager
ridaland's western ghost tell, son of Mrs. M. H. Cos-
TO ORDER
MADE
I will certainly not have pine tree The shop facing it, Pre-Cancel Stamp Society, a He was chosen for the promotion OFFICERS WEDNESDAYOfficers r burlap, parchment, etc.
concrete and steel follows the board walk, of national stamp-collectors' organization for his scholastic, I AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Service 0'' ,
-
apanc
However, building course, and Is set back from 'I BPW MembersTo leadership and effectiveness of Venice Grange '
the other shops. founder ratings. Cadet Piper was list will be elected at the group'smeeting
regulations must be folJ. He was of Sara-
Wednesday at 7:30: : "r Also hundreds of tampthadei In stock. All'
Attend MeetIn the dean's
ed on comman
1. Even so, the construe- There are many shops In ota Philatelic Club and Is Venice Civic Center. l'
at and sties.
dant's and superintendent's p.m. shapes
will have authentic active in sta'!) organlatlons -
an the many p
ghost town the
plus
unlace with old lumber al 'official' buildings Listed usu- In the state, including Port CharlotteMembers lists for the spring quarter Grange Master Robert and Mr. We Mote Lamps Oat of Fates. toHltt. ere. 1

( used through the dozen are these: cafe, camera shop, the Manatee Stamp\ Club of Venice Area Kenneth Balstnger, son of I Hicks will preside will LAMP REPAIR LAMP REPAIR
Wood
, buildings print shop, curio shop, general All Interested persons are Business and Professional Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bn and Mrs refreshments Walter All I 1115 I S. Trail '/ block North of Sean
I e r v e
cause 1870 'window store, bank, blacksmith's Invited. Women's Club are being urged er of 405 Shamrock Blvd., has I Grangers are welcome. ?_m..- IN SARASOTA +
ei, doors and other' been promoted to Airman 2.C.
con- shop, saloon, barber shop anda by President Mrs. Mar-
Hon is almost impossible stable. The 'official' buildIngs gret Enoch to attend the In the USAF at Grand Forks !I

nd even In the oldest are: court house, jail, Scholarship Aid Nov. 29 district meeting in AFB, N. D.
!loge, CockriU's 'carpen- sheriffs office, Wells Fargo Port Charlotte at the American He Is a jet aircraft mechanic -I : I
and other craftsmen office, depot, undertaker's Legion Post. in a support unit of Strategic SENIOR CITIZENS-HEAR THIS !

duplicate these by parlor, and others. Fund Is PlannedThe The club Is attempting to Air Command.

trophy.win the Members district attendance should USN Seaman, son Marlin of Mr. E.and Lelsey Mrs, P&O now offer you a special low fare of $49 for S-S Florida 3 and 4 day cruises:

NEW NEIGHBORS I National Foundation Police, a Scholarship nonprofit -- make reservations with Mrs. William R. Lelsey of 1780 S. to Nassau Fifty of 200 first-elan staterooms reserved for you on each cruise.
Drive lion
Banyan duty
corporation, has been Lilli Gurda not later than friends for 3 4 days of pleasure and leisure ,
il GONDOLIER welei Those aboard the USS Neosho with Join your or
Wednesday. attending
ley, 925 Venice
Cypress, formed to honor the memory
the following- new from Ohio. t Dallas Policeman J. D. will meet at the home of Mrs. the Sixth Fleet in the Medi- aboard the newly refurbished and redecorated S-S Florida "
' lof terranean Sea. He was assigned
hbors to South Count,( Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth who slain Irene Shockey at 738 CypressAve.
Tippitt, was a year
the Neosho In
to Sep.
r. and Mrs. Ktogsmore Orem, 1391 King St., Citrus ago today by the assassin of at 8:30: a.m.Registration tember PHONE OR WRITE FOR RESERVATIONS NOWI ;
JOB! Z2J Flrenser Ven- Highlands, Nokomis, from President Kennedy, will be at 9:15:
from Boca Grande, a.m. and luncheon cost will
Kokomo Ind.
Mr. ,and lire WayneWakeford The corporation will accept be $2.75. Guest speaker will FIFTY-TWO ATTEND ALL OUTSIDE FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS NO INSIDE ROOMS ,I

'. and Mrs. Irving donations to provide scholar- be Miss Della Rosenberg
150 Bay "Shore
>tkel, Tl8 Riviera, Ven- ships for children of law enforcement VNWC BRIDGE PARTY
Dr., Venice, from Alpena, ,I
from Woodstock, DI.r Much officers killed inline St. Mark' Changes Mrs Mark Evers and Miss

. and Mrs. Robert Feb Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of duty.Headquarters. Communion Hour Anne C. Lothman were hostesses I f

liT Armada, Venice, Casey, 360 Glen Oak, Venice Is at the Police Sunday at Venice Nokomis GALA CRUISES

i Ashland, gy. Gardens, from Highland Hall of Fame here, which Advent holy communion Roman's Club social bridge
'. and Mn. George latKt - Lakes, N. J. maintains an honor roll of all services at St Mark's Episcopal Wednesday which was attended ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED I

". Harbor Dr., Ven- Mr.and Mrs. L. P. Mol 1 a w enforcement officers Church Sunday will beheld by 52 members and guests. FLORIDA ;

from Waukesha, WIt.r. nar, 356 Glen Oak, Venice killed in line of duty at 7 instead of 7.30: a.m. Slams were bid and made S-S
. and Mrs. Frances Venice Gardens, from Albuquerque expressed The time was changed to by Mrs. Clarence Ball and ,
The foundation
mist, 101 Parkdale, N. M. permit time for a breakfast, Mrs. Marjorie Williams. Mrs.
*, from Jamestown, Mr and Mrs. H. V. hope that a fund trustee arranged for men and boys of Frank T. Foley and Mrs. MIAMI NASSAU .
r. Browne, 77 Palm Are, would be named by every police he parish, who will receive Florence Weasel, and Mrs. To

r. and lire E, W. Sag- Venetian Gardens, Laurel, department to forward corporate community at the Charles Juntunen and Mrs.L. t ,
3Zt names of children eligible foraid service. V. Pittman.
Parkdale early .
Venice,
from Michigan.,
Dr. James Reinhardt LOW CRUISE FARE INCLUDES;
Door winners were
r i California. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin BaR The breakfast Is being sponsored prize SPECIAL FARE FOR
' criminologist, University of the Brotherhood of Mesdames J. W. Baker, C. R. '
by
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and W. F.
Mrs
<, 509 Granada Yen ey, M Palm Ave., Venetian Nebraska, will serve al' a St. Andrew and speaker will Martens and Mrs. L. V. Pitt SENIOR CITIZENS All .meallncludi"9 festive Captain's -
Gardens, Laurel, from Wisconsin. Dinner) Full entertainment program
scholarship
member to set .
''rom Boonevine up be L. E. Cooke of Sarasota. man.FUEL
N. y
selection Hugh Cruise Director, floor shows,
'. and Mrs rules of (Minimum Ages: -
John Daugh,121E Mrs. Evelyn English, Hefner, -editor of Playboy movies and prizes, calypso
Cypress St., Yen'trots Men 65, Women 62)) games r
Baypoint, Nokomis, from
also to
Cocktail
Beaver Falls Pa. agazine has agreed OIL band! Captain's Party
Chicago' serve'II' trustee of the ...
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' a Continental bWfastI Midnight
and Mrs. William Me- Stelrweehs
Mn R.
ken 105 East Aurora, Mr. and 131 Coral, Venice, foundation terests. representing civic Home - - Commercial $49 snacks! Duty-free shopping on board! i I -

te< from Miles, Mich. from New York. ONLY I
'and Mrs. L. O. Watt Mr. and Mrs. leroy Fuller The foundation seeks conibutions MARATHON PRODUCTSWe FOR I AND 1 OAT CkVISKSEftatlrt SHIP IS YOUR FLOATING

SJ Flesole, Venice, tS8 South Biscayne, of one dollar ormore. sue JanurrU. HOTEL . dockt at

I Dada, Fla North Port Charlotte, from Families seeking as- lees| famous Bay Street
'. and Mrs. W. C. Kel- Pittsburgh. stance' should contact their Give Top Value Stamps Hlllnn :0:.:.....

Mr. and Mrs.. Roy E. local police department or 14. M sod II, tae,. In downtown Nassau

PALM Hatchen, :231 Demlng, North write Executive Director REISER'S FUEL SERVICE reed oniboNo
Port Charlotte, from Cleveland Frank J. Schira, National *. SI.

"Jeouty Salon O. Police Scholarship Foundation Ph 488-4146-488-4959 Park Road, South Venice
Mrs. Glenn WellIngton Police Hall of Fame,
Mr and
Individual 119 Demlng, North Venice, 33595. I ... 1

dyling and tinting Port Charlotte, from Tole-
229 a tof
S. Trail CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH
"Mr.'and MOBILE HOME OWNERS I
EXT TO BUS DEpOTPh. Mrs Lee Gamin,

488-2506 at South Blscayne, North r NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE POLICY f I
pert Charlotte, from War. .
Mildred Dougherty and. proem. |1I.loility.< Census less ..viol'. by
ran; O. c..... year sable been, pononol property 3-DAY CRUISES
lira. lightning. wlndiUm, kill, .ploilon, riot 1 ,MI tommatioit, l.lln! aircraft, mhlcloi, FREE PARKING
....... vowUliim mill.l.ui "" ,.hi.I, !M!. *, felling .101.| .(". water 4.
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES I heating tyiUmt, blow i.. up ol water h...'.", glut breakage, foiling and. Inctrkal damage 4-DAY CRUISES SAIL Garage while you're

1 (o appltanaaa. cruise
MONDAYS AT 4:45 PM on
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PACKA9I RATIt INSIDI CITY OR IN ADJOINING PARKS ..,
EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY' C..> 'ta. slightly kl,hr eatalde o. fire protwtlon.NOTI .

TRADITIONAL .
HO'd, CAI-OITI.
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favorite vats CUANA, ITC 0 4,000 S 6,000 1 8,005' 010,000
Let M ttyU'yow
or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. I CONTENTS 1.200 01,100 .400 1,000 Venice Travel Bureau ;

RevlrGe a _fllfyn" LlAIILITY 10,000 10,000 21,000 10,000I 4
i.. cost PER YEAR 17' '' J' 592 r
M lamp Rinks I R. G. STEINER-Owner \
: Tnli policy I h.. NO DEOUCTIIU. le I providw Iii .," nvonao far cUhM free ,I
Noel< by fae.Heii ed. Designer aid any .uios listed, abovo. Wo adjuii claims I promptly slate cloaks right la ear '
Craftsmen filco.. Wa ere the inlutlva .....* for this lamranca ....,..y !Ie the Yaatae Ana.tllW.VnkoAn. 314 Venice Ave., West Venice, Florida ,1 '


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ao-11-GONDOliER, Venice, Ft.. Sun, Nov 22, 19& Catone NamedTo HEWSMAKQtE nebelmhs Fe
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"The Udiei art worJda..aLtt&1t
New Post ITE FBTEESONReservations ; their lea,.. orUtl. Stat LeaderINGLIWoo1)
IIII' Thanksgiving ad this wllk. All the team.
Named To Honor Roll By LiggettRobert have tn pier at the Recreation Area : : _Leh

mad for a large group of In the Community Center Bay nebtkahl mist
Sixty-five Venice Junior Eighth Grade Chula T. Beattiepresidetst North Port Charlotte reel- ...o- Mra. Add1a Gardner CIf
11'j High students won Honor RoD Benardo Randy Bemlu. of the Liggett Drug Co. Division dent who will have Thanksgiving A number of North Port IOIIvllle, president Of Utt J
; j Suggestions certificates during the first Steve Blade, Steve Brown, of Bexall' Drug and Chem Dinner together Thursday Charlotte families went fora btkah Aaaernbl1 III n.
nine week, grading period. Larry Bunts Nancy Doody, !cal Co, today announced the afternoon at the Bay Viet Sunday Boat-* The list Included four Mike Dupon Sharon Xcde: : appointment of Al Catone u Restaurant and Cocktail picnic to Snook Haven ,Boatmen FortyoUve mamber*,.,
rye, .}1i1111CtGmNG DINNER berries straight "A" students" Shell Suzanne G e r d o n, Doan mana southeastern region Lounge In Englewood. Between and their fiesta wr which banquet .t C ',
,i ::;V. ,A creamy sauce that's lust' 1 cup crushed pineapple Doody, Katharine Gooch and Raucke. Kathryn Lelghton, of the Liggett Agency Divis M and 100 people are Mr. and Mr. Janus Chance :' honored rullta fro la,
I I n right{ with steamed pudding, 1 cup chopped celery Linda Relter of the ninth Sally Murphy, Brent Ricotta, ion.Caton expected to attend. This get and their guests, Mr. and *d Mr. Gardner '
i ; Mushroom Soup ft cup chopped walnuts grade and Susan Orem In the Richard Pfeuffer, Jeans R. becam easaoclated together will help provide a Mra. A. Lux, visiting her band and Olstrfct ion
i I 1 : Celery and Olive Soften unflavored gelatin I In seventh grade. Sixty-two other by Paula Rickey! Catherine with the Liggett Drug Company festive atmosphere for many i from Overland Park, Mo.a Mabel Bryant of 1I1'IIob,,
:'I 1 Rout Turkey a small amount of water. DIssolve VJHS students received Smith and Kirk Tiachler, In 1939 as e clerk. I1M3 who find themselves away' Mr. and Mrs. William Brink After the ;
: I 'I .. with Link Sausages, gelatin in hot water. honorable mention for a "B" Seventh Grad_ Janice Anderson b* became Manager *f aNew from family and friend during and guests. Mrs. Steve Healy; the members'handed banquet"
t\1 'Stuffing and Gravy Add sugar, pineapple Juice, average during the first nine Gin Brown, Gloria York Store and was the holiday season After Mr. and Mr. Alan Dagg. Mr. orM tormale, III
,I ; -; Colcannon Green Pea and lemon juice. Stir to dls week Curwood, Phillip Dick Leslie transferred to the Liggett : the dinner, they will gather atthe and Mrs Whelm) Mr. and to th.woodfwt. lOOp' Hall the Irou,
l' I j' Steamed Pudding solve sugar Add remaining On the Honor Roll were 33 Grove Catherine Hill, Deborah Drug Store at Time Squarein I Community Center at ( Mr*. Emmett Waist, Mr. and i hi !II
i I with Fluffy Sauce Ingredients and chill until ninth grade, 18 eighth grad Jorgensen, Susan Orem, 1845. In 1958 he was promoted p.m. for a special Thankalv.In Mr. Joe Fox, Mr, and Mr. Included meelme, Cu
'. ; 'Fluffy Sauce firm. era and 14 seventh grader, Fred Orthwein, Clifford St,. to southern district evening of fun. Mr. John Clifford Franzke and Mr. and ta Gorda members Sarasanton. Iran T
I t 1 large egg separated a* follow: erllnd, John Sleasman. Patty supervisor of the Rexall Realty Boyle, chairman of entertainment Mr. Eric Lauren. SlId B
: H teaspoon vanilla Honor Roll Smith. Jeffrey Stone, Cynthia Division and later to District will be In charge of arrangement William Brink -VM elected
''j 44 cup confectioners sugar Nokomis Is Site Ninth Grade Alexander Thame Manager of the Georgia, *. vice-commander of the En- Mr.!and Mr*. Csrinw,
: I i *4 cup cream Jalam, Sharron Britton, Pa. Alabama and Northern Florida ..oThirfPeight glawood Coatt Guard Auxiliary. Overnight guest k
Beat th egg white, until it tricia Burke, Sherry Cham HoaoraU M ntlo company-operated: drug North Porters Flotilla 97, and he 1* Blanch Dolbet NoblU
: forms soft peaks; gradually berlin, Dianne Crawford SheUa Ninth Grade AdrIenne itor**. crowded Into the Bu for the available a* courtesy motorboat of Lemon Bv tod,,.
'I I". M! beat !in the sugar. Without For Methodist Doody Pierce Elghelberg. Aldrich, Steven ArbucUe, Cahoots, Us wife, Joyce and trip to Week! Wachee Spring examiner for this area. A school of !InBlru
I washing the egg beater beat er, Tome Embury, Phyllis Debra Bennett Suzanne their three children Barbara lilt Monday and all enjoyed I You 'may reach him by phoning v. 'held Dec. | fctoj,,
I egg yolk and vanilla until Free, Katherine Gooch Rob- Bent Janet Blackburn, 13, Virginia 19 and Robert 21. a wonderful day, taking in all 429-1774 in North Port 11:30: rover.* dish die
t :! :; : thickened I and lemon color;: Area ConferenceThe ert Hamilton Deborah Haael Sharp! Buerki Verocca Har are residents of Jacksonville. i he light and -viewing the Charlotte. '1'e /VIII' "'All. *
I '. add to egg white mixture and by, Sara Havenstrite. Robert dy. Donald Heath, Terry Robert, a graduate of Notre famous mermaid ahow. They
i beat gently to blend With Hope. Ronald Jones. Donna Leu, :ROM Moor, Brenda Dam, just received his commission also: visited Tarn Spring =:
'!; McCarthy, Carol Monohan Owen, Elsie Playford. Patrioa before .
: the clean beater, beat cream SB Methodist churches u ensign and u gong -: FULL COURSE
. until stiff; fold in gently butt of the 10-county Sarasota dlsrlct Klkl: Neumann, Terry Owen, Rudy, Linda Shanks, Marlene Into Jet flight training at I -0-
: I quickly Serve at once. Makes will hold their annual Diane Petersen Paul Pfeufer Sturgei, Betty Taylor Sherman Meld Panaacola The Civic Association 1*
: about 1 cups.HOLIDAY. check-up conference Dec. 1, Mary Piper, Llrda Relt- Kar Tiachler: Susan Victor sponsoring the Shuffleboard
-p- starting at 9 ant at the No- er, Harvey Rohlwlng, Faye and Don Willis Leagues again this year. TH11KKS6IVIH&DI1EK} R
I 'I SUFFER lomls church Roth, Marilyn Sharp Diana Eighth ,Grad Richard There are two Men' shuffle >
f j You can buy the cake lay. The Rev. Fred L. Martin of hattuck, Inei Stevenson, Austin,, Cynthia Balam Clark Bridge Scores tams and the tournament 1*
( \ '. I en for this pleasant dessert Sarasota, district superintend.' Margaret Taylor' George-Ann Briggs, Kim Burt. Julia Coker scheduled 10'run for nine $1.75THE
It', Sliced Turkey and Ham tnt, will preside at the morning Thompson, Paul Theen, Mark Bruce DeJoy, William Bridge. atndlo. Nev. I, week. The men'i league
u Platter and afternoon session, due Ward and Randy Willis Granger, LOa Joeckel, Mark lsWp.ni. play each Tuesday at 0.30: a.
: i I Hot Potato Salad Relishes to be attended by 88 pastorsand Koenig, Janet Leighton, Linda 1-Mrs. J. L. Cornwall; and m. and 1:30: p.m. At the end PINES, GRILL
\ I Baked Trifle Beverage 300 lay delegates The Radio Station Martin, James Meadow. Myron Schoenfeld, 83 ft.Mrs. of the tournament the win. 321 S. TRAIL
host 1s the John Phyllis Meyers Tom Peden, nets in each league ia 1 expected
pastor Rev.
I Baked Trifle >- Clara Carlson and Serving 10:30: e.m. Till 7 7 7
to challenge each other to
i f 1/1 cup sugar Lewis Jones. John Shufflebarger, Sara Col. Vincent DixOn 70*. I
I 1, 1 tablespoon cornstarchI The Sarasota district, one WENG SalutedENGLEWOODRadio itare, Ben Steele Charles I Mrs, Ruth Serene and a playoff. I
> I ' :; teaspoon salt of 13 regions in the Florida Wade, Richard: Walker and Mrs. a Lewin 774.4Mrs. .

I: 3 large egg yolks Methodist Conference numbers Sta- Twyla Wheeler. D. A. Hathaway and
j. I 3 cup milk 22.200 members in Sara. tlon WENG received congratulation Seventh Grad Jacqueline Mrs. C C. Gardner, 74.
H teaspoon nutmeg 101.. Manatee Hardee, High from South County Bagby Randy Barnett, Bridge Studio, Nov. I,
ti' , :I Two 8-inch sponge-cake: ]layer ands, Charlotte, DeSoto, listeners a* it went on the air Ralph Breeden, Rebecca Curry 7Je .... ORDER NOW !
I. Hades, Hendry Lee and Col for the first time !last Sun- Jan Ran, Linda Ham, 1-Mrs. Eleanor Seiaochitano:
I .1 Meringue.In Uer counties day. A "get acquainted" program Patricia Bosom, Lawrence and Mrs. May Bargas,
a saucepan stir together Principal speaker will, In. we presented during Jeffrey' Gregory Jones Pamela Mtt.
I I I the sugar, cornstarch and dude Bishop James W. Hen. most of the day with promo Miller Suzanne Miller 1-Mrs. J. H.: Morris and
I, alt. Beat egg yolks with 2 Icy of Lakeland and the R.v.Dr. nut area citizen a* gUilt Paula McCracken Nora Mrs. Louis J. Unertle, 40I .
tablespoons of the milk; add Victor L. Rankin missionary speakers representing ]local! flcol, Duana Palmer, Susan -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tom The South County's FIRST
to cornstarch mixture, mixing to Argentine and pastor organizations in a giant welcome Relter, S u a n Rohlwlng, llnson. t8%..
well; heat remaining milk of First Methodist ChurchIn to the new enterprise. David :Rose Patti Roth, Bridge. Studio, K..; II,
I and gradually stir in, mixing Buenos Aires, oldest Protestant The new facility la owned Thelma Santlsteban, Sharon TM: P..
I' welL Cook and stir constantly church In South Amerce. and managed by Ted Ewing, Twigg. Margaret Walton, -Mrs. J. H. Morris and
( I over hot water or very low, assisted by Dill Setllffe a* Barbara Wear. and Kenneth Mrs J. J. Nealon U. MAILAWAY EDITIONThe
i heat until mixture coats a A graduate of Florida chief engineer and sales rep. White. 2-N. K patton and R.' V.
j I metal spoon; stir In nutmeg; Southern College, Lakeland, esenUtive. Other member Handley. 80.3Miss .
cool Split cake layers; place I and Boston University Dr. Lucy Journeay and
of! the organization are
t( on* slice in the bottom of Lsnkin was, a missionary in George Salage, traffic manger Taylor Contest Mrs C. V. Bryant 'It"%' .
j a 2-quart casserole; cover Cuba for 10 ;years and served and announcer Dave 6-5-Mra. Ruth Serene and
with cool custard; repeat on the Latin American desk Powell, program director; Mr. Louis J. Unertle, 74 1fi
,t I f using remaining sponge cake; of the Methodist Board of1Licsions George Utley, engineer; Ted Still PendingNo 44-W. Prior and Gen L. H !
In New York
r, ? and custard; have custard a* priorto Resua fishing editor; and Miller 74.Woman's.
top layer. Let stand so custard his present assignment Helen Greer, typist; date had been set by Cub Nov. IS,
will soak Into cake Mr. Martin said that every WENG 1* found at 1530 onthe Circuit Judge John Justice : .
.rII:: about 1 hour. Spread with meringue pastor will review the workof dial and broadcaats on a before the weekend, in the NORnl'Jr:
... r bake In a slow (321 his parish during the first of 1,000 watt, signing ivll suit filed by Paul Taylorof -Gen.. L. H. Miller and W.
..t t power 7th edition to coincide wtih! the FIRST formal
degrees) oven until meringue six months of the church oft at sundown. The transmitr .I Nokomis contesting the re-I Prior 78.X January ,
browns 30 minutes. Make. year. and tower are located justoff suits of the District constable I -Dr. R. F. WUcox and Col. opening of RINGLING BROS BARNUM AND BAILEY COMBINED -
I to 10 servings District trustees will, be race in the Nov. 3 gen- Vincent Dixon 'IS"%' .
Route 777 east of the tubatlon. -
I For meringue beat 3 ]Urge elected as well a* trusteesof . Many floral piece era! election. 3-Mrs. Rosann O'Connorand CIRCUS, will offer its MAIL-AWAY EDITION with

.1) egg whites with H teaspoon the church's new retirement were received during the op. Taylor's attorney A. Bradford Mrs Elgin: Morison, complete of OSPREY LAUREL NOKOMIS -
vanilla and 1/8 teaspoon sal 'I home, Asbury Towers, : nlng day ceremonies and a Smith of Venice, said 'It"'&. coverage
t 1 r,I .tt" until they form soft peaks; in Bradenton Walter Hardin, I stream of well-wishers, Inspected Friday' he expected Judge EAST-WEST VENICE SOUTH VENICE, VENICE GARDENS ENGLEWOOD -
I gradually beat In 8 tablespoons president of the board of As
x Mrs. and
the new studio Justice to schedule hearing May Bargas
.
WARM MINERAL SPRINGS NORTH PORT
sugar, continue to beat bury Towers will report on Mr. Eleanor Sciaeehitano
'I the Some of the area citizen Oft the case In early Decel1bel' \; ,
) if until stiff. home.
necessary who extended a welcome Inehalf 674.ZMes CHARLOTTE.
I o- Progress reports also will J. H. Morris and Miss
> of the organizations Smith aid if the suit 1 ia not
To be given by M L. Turbevilla
give
your Thanksgiving
.turkey a gourmet touch try ; of Sarasota district lay lead. Senator they represented Warren were Henderson State solved before Taylor's; Republican 3-Mrs.Ethel R.Morison N. Gould OS.and r
I -. I opponent Walter H.
a really different er; Mrs. Clinton Winelsnd,
stuffing. turkey Bradenton district presidentof Bob Slebenmorgan and Jim I alger, take office Jan. 1, a Mrs. J. J. Nealon 84K. ORDER YOUR EXTRA COPIES NOW!
'adovano (Welt Charlotte Bridge Studio New 13,
second suit will have to be
Add the Woman's of
spices fruits
Society
nuts,
County Civic Association), 1:00: p.m.
meats" fish Christian Service and O K. tiled challenging Calger'sright
or cereals to the
t-Mrs. W. Gelsser and Mrs.
The Rev. William
F. Balfe to hold the office.
I basic bread Fike Sarasota, of
stuffing for interesting the president (St. Raphael Church), Bob Calger' win. over Taylor May Barges9.. Mail to THE GONDOLIER
flavor district Board of Trustees
and
texture. Johnson (Englewood Cham- 3-Mrs. F. N. Mulhern and
by 14 vote In the general Box 746Venice
Allow three I
for-each' slices of bread her> of Commerce), Ben Lane election wa certified by the Mrs Corrie Graff. '19 M. '
I pound of dressed (American Legion), Dorothy Sarasota County Canvasiing '-Carl Hauerbach and Mrs : Florida
poultry advise Stuart
the Florida nutritionistswith To SpeakAt Flowers (Charlotte County Board after the absentee ballots H S Pratt 76.4Mrs .
Agricultural K. W. Erickson and
Commissioner-elect
), John were tabulated despite
Extension Tear Service. State Meet Keaser (Englewood Volunteer a protest filed with the board W. H. Tomllnson 78tt.
or cut the slices Into
I Fire Department), William by Smith. Venice Contract Bridge
uniform fresh or pieces day-old, using either Sarasota County Tax Assessor Bramley (Rotary Club), and The protest was based on a Hob, Nov. 13, 7:3: p.m. Orders must b'e
bread before William Bob Wright! (Sarasota NORTH-SOUTH
N. Stuart will County voting machine error In En.elewood'
I f l, .combining This helps other all ingredients serve again as an instructorat Commissioner-elect; ). Precinct 9 in which -Mr.. and Mrs. R. N.
I become pieces to the annual tax assessor's Others were The Rev. Wilitem aylor'a name was left off the Gould 118.
seasoned.evenly For best moist and seminar starting at Tallahassee Everhort (Ministerial name slip on the face of the J-Mrs J. H. Morris and prepaid35C
results, Nov. 30. Association), William Hart machine. Myron Schoenfeld 100.
I prepare the stuffing just before Stuart who has conducted and Jack Faber (Sarasota Taylor' suit now pending 3-Mia* Ethel Morison and
I using. seminar classes for the past Light Industry Council), Scott in Sarasota County Circuit Mr. J. J. Nealon, lOZ%. t: ;
Fill the
I :I J I f j more than *turkey i full to cavity allow for no three ;years, will speak on shworth (Englewood Civic Court, asks for an Injunction 4-Gen. L. H. Miller and W. -AM ATBS'aEE1 PER MAIL WAY ISSUE
i I the swelling, of the "Citrus Groves He will, pre. Association), Admiral C. A. to "cast aside" the ballots ofthe Prior 101H. oov
I filling dur- sent a detailed appraisal report Keller (Venice Area Cham- alleged erroneous ma. EASTWEST1Leo _
I l log economists the roasting do time Home on citrus properties, to her of Commerce), Margaret chine. This would give Taylor Eaton and Hugh Ctesee at
not 1
recommend be included: in the textbook Leach (Englewood BPW), a 1 plurality over Calger, mak- Stewart, 984.
I because freezing the prepared stuffings to be used during the semi Car Meyer (North Port Charlotte tog him the winner.If . 2-Mrs. James G. .Kalec and
stuffing becomes nar. Civic Assn), Lyman the ballot on the m.. Col. Vincent,Dlxon. M.Mr a13
; I'' very wet and uninviting after More than Kendrick 0 *. Louis J. Unertl and
i 200 assessor (Englewood Lion), chin. In question were in-
f 1 I : thawing For or delicious roasting' and deputies attend the annual Mn. Lower (Lemon Bay validated by the court Tay. Mr. Ruth Serene, 93.
'j I' "I' I \ filling a dilf.rent'j seminars from the Vomen's Club), Ralph Arch- or would be ]leading his GOP 4 Miss Lucy Journeay and
try this Cranberry. state's bald Al Journeay Jr., 92. .
I ( 'r; Pineapple stuffingCranberryPineapple. 67 counties. (Recreation Council), opponent by IK vote*. The
i II 'I!!t Leslie Miller (Sarasota CounCommissionerelect alleged error on the Engle- I
I (',11'.';" ty ), and wood voting machine wa not
,I I !It",I &i's 1/3 cup butter Stuffing or margarine RifleRevolverClub Co: ]. Flavlus Wood (mayor of discovered until 4:SO p.m. -
I North Port Charlotte). Election Day.
;) ; + H chopped
)1 cup celery
., t t e cups toasted Vi-inch bread Set Dec. 3 Thank You Sarasota
I' .. cubes
: Acreage Lots Hornet Investment Mobil. Homes ,
I W teaspoon silt The newly organized Venice
''rt 1.i lit teaapiin nutmeg Rifle and Revolver Club Business Opportunity

II ii h!i r.' 1)4) cups fresh cranberries, will meet Thursday Dec. 3, THE
I 1 ; chopped at 7:30 p.m. in the communityroom
\< \'. J I 1 1/3 cup sugar of the Sarasota Federal RONALD ARONER.gIII.,1Il Sarasota
I tI County Republican Executive CommitteeAND
,, 'r Itt cups drained pineapple Savings and Loan Assn. ,
tidbits Larry Bedford club
'f : president
li 1 t4 : Melt butter in a small skil said the meeting will be
i i :,,4 let add celery and saute un open to anyone Interested and REAL ESTATE THE
( :1 I til tender. Set aside, combine he urged each member to
I "'. touted bread cubes, .alt. and bring a prospective new roW
I ft nutmeg. Add cranberry pine- member. 501 Villa Dr. p. Q. Box 263 \ Sarasota Republican Candidates'

l. '' pple-iugar mixture and sauteed The Venice club Is affiliatedwith Venice, Fli. PH. 48MI4J . ,
!1 ,{ar celery. Mix weU. Yield: the National Rifle Assn.
i1!' :7H cups stuffing.
'U.t; i; -0- WISH TO TO
jJ Looking for a really festive EXPRESS THEIR HEARTFELT THANKS

;$i ,salad to serve for holiday
:
NOTICE
y.I meal and entertaining? DOG OWNERSEffective THE
MrCarrie Mae Roberts,
home demonstration leader in January I, 1965,....11 dogs in Sarasota County must have
Pasco County, makes a cranberry Voters of Sarasota
their 1965 licenses and
salad that has every. new be re-vaccinated: against Rabin Your

: body.asking for seconds Mrs local veterinarian now has 1965 TAGS;
'.. Roberts: makes plenty and THE MANY GOOD .PEOPLE THAT, WORKED WITH
keeps It refrigerated in glass 1965 FEES
t jar to whisk out and serve . v '' ENTHUSIASM AND
when company comes Dog Licenses .. . . r . . . . . . . $2.00 .x , TIRELESS DEDICATIONTHE

,- Her*'*her recipe. She picks Vaccination: . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00 GENEROUS FINANCIAL'SUPPORTERS' AND
? : .an orange from her yard to ,
:. "*-...'In It.Carrie's. Anyone failing to have his dog licensed and re-vaccinated ,U subject MEMBERS OF THE
REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATIONS
I
Cranberry Salad
: to penalties. Florida Statute
1 package unflavored Special Acts 1955 Chapter t '

I .. .I. gelatin package cherry gelatin 31267 Amended 612865. Your lIfI.nc.s .." .ft', and lntr.it will. bt.r.fl.cttd fit our Good Cow tV

1 cup hot water Government for years'fo ,com, ,.: '
, 1 cup lUlu BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSPh. .

' 1 cup pineapple Juice AGAIN THANK YOU .
, 1 teaspoon lemon juice 955-3558 .. ' I
t ' loran,., ground Seratef County Republican" ', .Exocutfv CommHte -% EARL U, SWIFT CIte ifili'"
i of 1 cup ground raw crag / '
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Ltth. CLASSIFIED Dressmaking, alterations, .

ADSCLASSIFIED draperies,488-1130 etc. Reasonable J i


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Wanted

ADS 11 TOPIC1) \ I ?- .\

I Homei For Sale WANTED BIDS FROM J "'
CASH RATES lots For SaleVIINI'II Mobile Homes GENERAL CONTRACTOR A Service. of Vow Doctor ol :;

LARGE NEW HOME. 238 KRHIDKNlK ,. "or Repairs on 3 FHA Romps! I Monde Your Loral Medical' Mcdinl A._Srx-ittr,.",... '.
OTS '
Iao MinimumONE lena DI Luna. Venice. 3 VINIC' BUSINESS BITER 58 MIDWAY 4 room trailer, For specifications see ALWAYS EAT : : ,t !
12.Wrd bedrooms 2 bathe central l OWNER LOU JACOBS 4M.mt Full bath tub. 48'x8'. TV. CHIPS JONHSON Realtor : ,'
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heating, air $1,800. Lot No. 62 Many authorities ) j
cond Palm &.: and Managing Broker for
* il INSERTION Room. Call 'pmPh'BEAUTIFUL Rentals Pines, Nokomig. breakfast U the most
after FHA Venice Area.
iiieaL Here ii why. ,
-
11 .
8e Per Word 488-2439. 'I II 108 W. Venice Ave. During sleep the bod .
UNFURNISHED :
2 bedroom See Phone 488-2241 reit. Heart action .
2 BR., 8-BATH 2 bath house. Call 458-3109 I VAGABONDTEAKWOOD There w usually a drop : j
home
AND THURSDAY On canal close to Bay. weekdays after p.m. AU day pre.iuro. With the start j
SUNDAY Florida room, sunken living Saturday. at Money To Loan I day's actIvities, however .

70c Each tra room 'large with parquet garage floor, ex 1 BEDROOM TRAILER. Utilities DON It ROBBIE BUSINESS OR PROPERTY ,0 fait energy followi u needed.the longest Since .J,

$2,500 w"-1 Only furnished. Dock prlvl- MOBILE HOMES Loans Unlimited fund. of lime without eating, ,

5o Each Additional Word I. CONN, Broker.<.BO Ph.. 488 HAZEL 2342 leges. Walking distance to Nokomis 809 S. Tamlamt Trail, available Personal appointment meal becomes especially ,
VENICEPh.
or 438.8904 Beach. Phone 488-2434 arranged. S. M., Box tant.Studiei
evenings .
488 3414 746- I have been
For Aril* All-Cap tip So.a. .....1. 2 The Finest in Mobile ihow that In workers :
2 BEDROOM BEDROOM Homes : .-
COTTAGE Casey
rIo< there II a .h. *f II mullnl HOME, I
breakfast there is
for ... "...nlo.. M very Key. Gulf
cent and
ane reasonable bay
Mb InMittoi thereafter.A Terrazzo floors, privi BY OWNER. FRANKLIN Household Goods fatigue' irritability, !
for -
: : '
....... ohan of 21 emte Isit screened porch. many extras, leges. Fully furnished. By Trailer with cabana and h work output. Increased f: : : :: : j I
..., for >M .4th...Gondolier P.O. 112 Aero N.P.C. season or year. ph. 488 5019 patio .On beautifully land. BAHAMA LOUNGE with; Driver licenses should be renewed and .lowing down of I
ID mll u alaaalflada.%
sun .UID"" ; matching chair walnut during the month of time., All these factors dos'r
I
BEST BUY ON AVAILABLE IMMEDIATE scaped corner lot in lovely ; your additional 1 itrain on the ; I ,
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY THE WATER BOAT LY Rent with option 3 bedrooms restricted park 2 bedrooms, four drop-leaf chairs dining table. with birth, every two years. If you and tend to increase ,
2 baths, ; Hiflj artificl I were born In an odd
DOCK LIKE Florida room, 5 rnln- screened patio awn. year, you proneness to accidents.
On.) Edition, per Inch, ,$J.OC 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths NEW. ute walk to beach Nicely furnished Ins Chrysler Air-temp Air: 5600.trees. Reasonable Phone 488. renew In every odd year. If you Why do some persons

Both Editioni, per inch. .$3.50 Florida Room. South Venice. Call Conditioner, with or without were born In an even year, you breakfaatr Some, ,
Central 488-5479. furnishings Wall to wall car. renew every even year. lose weight, erroneously: : : !
R Heat Airconditlon and peting. Has to be seen to be Misc. For Sale 3.11 that skipping this ,
, LINER ADS Birch- B"111'1" Oven, Rang 2 BEDROOMS, 1 bath house, appreciated. Sacrifice for meal will, hurry long ,
weight reduction. Others
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION Landscaped Cabinets Nicely furnished Season. Call between $7675 cash, complete with fur STAUFFER Reducing Machine -: Legal at the last minute hurry i

Truly Large Lot. ; 10 a.m. and S p.m., 488- nishings. Call after 4.30pm.: in perfect condition, S their dressing, I
Super Buy at Only 2896. weekdays, 488-1168. Phone 488-4979 after 4 pm. NOTICIt OF INTENTION TO food If they bother ata
$14,999 JtEGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMI dash off to their day's
or CHIPS JOHNSON, Realtor, FURNISHED one bedroom I PLANTS FOR SALE TIM ..nd...'.... da limbr smutS!', ties.
ADJUSTMENT 306 West Venice apartment. Near MOBILE HOME tint th." .re eoodootln ui ,Apl..pat How much .
Av*. Nokomis OWNERS Loquat plum ..." .... .211! v..,.* Florid., und.i 5)),. fintlOSo,. breakfait
(for cancellation . Phone 488-2241 Beach. Good fishing Call 488- CAN SAVE INSURANCE I Hp. 51 HONEY POT you have It has been
gquesti e 5127. III 'I Coral_vine ... .. .,,... .2': 'h.' Hid "no Ie ..........RANCH. of 'h. .nd'.1.I that_ from one-fourth to i
or idiuitment$ became of error 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE WITH NEW MOBILE; wax Myrtle . .. . .33 1o..ln.mon..- ...ii.oo---nin'--';; third or the days :
for pLeee of ...Id.... ... ...
be mid for HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE mf '.11. !
must Thundey sale- Reasonable Call 488- DESIRABLE FURNISHED 2 Strawberry guava, 2-ft. .50 Alfnd 8u_ sos Harbor Ore. .. should be taken in the
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m 1872. bedroom duplex. Close to POLICY Fireball Poinsettia M 1.00 V.nl.. meal. Thus, with .. i
on Monday. For Sunday GON. beach and town. Yearly or Exclusive: with Edge-Van Orange & Graorfruit $2.50 Illrhul fewd Ventok O Oenck. Ill Ol' Oak fruit or fruit juice cereal ,

DOLiER BEFORE S IF YOU ARE SHOPPING fora seasonal. Call 488-5000. Orsdale Agency. Cut-leaf Philodendfon .35 OwnrriiMp of th. Bimtn"M house, milk, bread and butter, B

uriday. p.m. OP Modern in City, the utmost Example: Holly bushes .... . .... . .50MELROY'S u HONEY IAlfred POT KANCH to M foowe carbohydrates have the required, fan., ,, :
in comfort neatness HOUSE AT 712 GROVELAND $ 4,000 Broad Form Perilson NURSERY, Bttereeu. BO per Mnt and minerals. With

Phone 488.3125 and quality, close to- stores for rent or buy with small Coach (No deductible Laurel, Florida. U Michael.U our<>.Intention Cemek. .M. .per..1._..to tIn planning, the basic
schools, hospital and beach, down payment and pay balance on windor cr.." of th. Circuit' Court In and too can be varied with a jl
you should not miss as rent. Has new centraloil hall) Turn east at Laurel Road, Saraaot tli. County Florida' to r.rl.- imagination, which may

Houses For Sale this lovely 2 bedroom, 2 seeing bath heating, modern kitchen 1,200 On Contents (includes and turn right at 3rd toad.BOY'S .. ter BANCH ondw Hid the nan prortelon.HONEY of 'COup'POT some alteration; In ,-
home. Central and two bedrooms. Tel. 477- Theft at no er S096I, L.W. of Florida, Acts of hiked eating customi. j
heat
and air. 28-IN BICYCLE IUI.
Good
$10 breakfast
CITY OF VENICE ;con'd., dishwasher, disposal, 1321. 400 Additional additional cost) Phone 488-5600. c w",.,_. otv ....... .... .0tI0 dan ..10.0th part of good living i habits habits

built-in stove, plus regrifera- STORE ROOM or Office Living lISCLFItED BUEItlAU!: dividends they >ield to : :
On beautiful Nokomis Ave. tor. Loads of cabinets and Expense FOOD FREEZER, 14.cubi MICHAEL 0. mRACX. and adults alike cannot
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home storage. This custom-built building. W. Venice Ave 10,000 Personal Liability foot excellent condition P4.75.0. ,. Mse I. 5. 55. 51. I.... plicated for beginning the ;

pith Florida room, living home, 1st. time on mkt. Can Call 488-9916 or 4881347. 250 Medical Payments $75; Redwood picnic Table S IN TH8 COUNTY JUDOBS COURT vith renewed test and ,

room with fireplace, dining give possession short notice. 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, PLUS other extensions of 'set, 8 pieces, $10. Phone 488- IN TATE AND OF FOR SARASOTA COUNTY., 'f f-'ween-meal yos want' to snacks lose. weight td I ,
FLORIDA.
room> kitchen. City water, A real buy. Terms can be arranged furnished. On Venice beach. coverage too numerous to 2718 between 9 a m. .11 p.m. IN RE a:...,. uC IN FBOBATII'PUCATION & ., 0 ".'.' .1 ....:..hot.r..'
sewer sidewalk paved Season. Call between mention, FLOYD IIiEL, oil 10 N.. un tournament.
10 am BRAND 'Ourus.NOTI .
street. Beautifully landscaped. -. Unfurn. or turn and 5 p.m., 488-2398. $57.00 per year In City or Never NEW used.11-ln.Retails G.E. TV,, E OP INTENTION' TO MACS ,
A real buy at $12,900.NOKOMIS to move right in. adjoining parks Slightly for FOB FINAL CISHARGK. -
. 3943. Call 488-' MODERN, :2 I BEDROOM, fur- higher outside of tire pro.- Call 8995. Will sell for $6000.. NotlM .U ltr.br rlvn' that we h>.. g GREEN'S FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION ,
rushed home. In quiet tection. 488-2501 from 8-10 ant fIIod onr final report .. _..ul.ro .
2 BEDROOM EDGE-VAN ORSDALE and 4-7 p.m. .f th. eiUW. of FLOYD H. NEEL, !iiI!
2 neighborhood
Baths, Seasonally or
near
Horns for growing or large: dsp.oup5 th.t w. ban filed a petition
Gulf By appointment. yearly. Phone 488-4717. II AGENCY ,., final dleebarg. herein .
I (19 J end that o Member Chamber of Commerce
family. 4 bedrooms. 2V4 ONE: BOY'S
Gulf St., Venice. IIS W. Venice Awe 28-IN. ENGLISH b. Uth day of December 1864 w
baths, living room, dining 4 ROOM DUPLEX, 2 bedrooms Telephone 488-2289 BIKE with Bendix Sprocket- mIll iraham.applr County to The Judas Hesmebis: of SaraMt.'ountr. John T. DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE

I room kitchen. Many extrasIn screened-in porch. and saddle baskets. One 10' x ( Florida. for approval of IIld Heating and Air Conditioning

this home. Priced $11,230. New "The P 'lm." New Seasonal. Roberts Bay Drive -, 10' umbrella tent with carry. .flout. report and. of for aald. final o.utPaMd ..dlachameoexenttor. .
. . Nokomis. Phone 488-1333. Situations Wanted ing case, out 4 times. Call tII'. ttb dar of November Heating & Air Conditioning InstallatIons/ '

CITRUS HIGHLANDS Two bed rooms two batht 488-1201. 'lISf.JESSI F. NEEL [ Gas Ranges s Water Heaters 1
furnished 2 bed. New Design New Features 3 ROOM FURNISHED Apartment -
[ Tastefully MATURE WOMAN with P:1t.
experience .. Free Estimates
-
$83 yearly $100 sea FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS Rank Test Compel. -
room, 1 bath CB. home. Urge Lot Paved Street available for babysitting a,. Frank Whllaett VI.,. Frael.dent .
sonal. Convenient Fuel oil No Job Too Too Small -
to Venice
Well landscaped on paved Call deliveries. S&H and Trot Off.... Big or
street! Pried to sell for only No City Tim beach and shopping. Call 474- 488-3881. Green Stamps. Standard A.T Bradford W. Miami asith.so A._. .., 263 So, Trail Venice Ph. 488-2771

(11500. Acacia Lane "Queen P.I",, 2589. RELIABLE WOMAN DRIVER Heating Service. Across from v enloa., Floridattorney .

. U.S. 41' to Albe Road, to 3 BEDROOM House, on the available. Ph. 488-2170. fire station. 488-4052. N.See....... 11 co Ik vecutoreubltehi .e. 1M4N .

FRANK C. RAEBURN, Shore Road; follow ligni. water. Nicely furnished BOOKKEEPING at home or Boat Wanted THIS COUNTY JUm.KS COURT I
Realtor Sell long or short term. NPC, Ph. your office. 23 IN AND FOR SARASOTA (COUNTY
or Duplication years experience. STATE: OF FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
251 W. Venice Ave. 4883881. Write Box 2. Laurel IN RE ... ofKUZABETH
Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 D. W. Redford WANTED 12-ft ALUMINUM MATE SALE! -- -
Corp. BOAT. T. M. Waller, Bay Dueus. CaM No. TR1TK .
2 APARTMENTS furnIshed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE 1
Bldrs. Female Help Palm Trailer Park, Engle- APPLICATION FINAL Dig'NotieYI -
( Dona
VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bed. On Bay. By year or wood. CHAR!.!!
I rooms, 2 Bath., sewing 488-4885 488-S962 season. Boat dock and fish Wanted II ........ liven, that the nn.he Thru THANKSGIVING DAY Nov. 26 'f
..
I ing. For appointment call d..i.n" mu oumutun of till ... 0'
room, dining room living .
488-4651! Boats For Sale ELIZABETH MATE dmmmd, h.
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( room large kitchen, double 488-4698. MORE TUPPERWARE 111.4 s .tltlOII. for o. sndun'. sf dht,4.OttOus .
.od fln.1 dl..h.... h.roIn ondtho'
I DEALERS ARE NEEDED! FIFTH
me with and
utility tub
room 962 OUTBOARD 00 : l.t dar of Deeemlwr.
I cupboards, screened porch 2 BEDROOM HOUSE furnished Housewives wishing to add to 20 ft. long. ,00d. he will epplr to The Honorable,

I with drop awnings, air eonS Will Trade Laurel. Florida the family income, demonstrating $450 cash. Phone 4882674, .ihn T. Conntr.Graham,Florida County tsp.isf.ssssdfepfl.ldhur Judare approv ofiranota Seagrams 7 Crown $199
After .
days. S 488-5019. : .
p.m. I
Jdltloner and many other ex- room. $70 monthly. No pets or attractive, practical, ,*.
Itras. TRADE 3 bedroom 2 bath children. 488-3916. money saving TUPPER LOUIS LARRY MATE. JR..
$13,900 for aale .
quick Al Eieeutor of th. Eo"' of
1 Immediate possession. Call home with rental unit. 1st WARE. Nationally advertisedand Autos For Sale Ellaibeth M.U, d........ FULL QUART

488-6474- house on Sunrise Dr., Noko. ON THE BEACH at Casey has terrific customer ac sin A. Bradford w. Miami SmIth Avenue' ,

mis. Phone 488.2271, days. Key 1 and 2 bedroom ceptance and demand. For ''59 ENGLISH FORD, new enleo, Florida' Gordon's Vcdka S3.99 i''

B-A-R-G-A-I-N-S-T apartments. Seasonal $1,000 further information write I tires, battery. Leather Astunsey\ NOT for Executor.ubhhi I. I. II..M. 1'64. .
and $1,200. Call Don TUPPERWARE, P. 0. BOX:
WE HAVE THEM I III I I IA Real Estate Heath, seats $350. 1023 GrovelandAve. -
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
488-2191 or 488.6688.LARGE 11166, St. Petersburg or call I ., Venice.
LICENSE TO STEAL (al. FKOISTER UNDER UATTVfl' GIN VODKA
I most P. H. A. HOMES 344-8331. FICTITIOUS NAilS 8TAIUTB 5
) until Christmas only. Notice I to herehr liven that the on- IUAIAIIA8U
959 CHEVROLET Blscayne BOURBON BLEND
( Income tax and other leglti- FROM $100 DOWNAs d..I.ned l. dealrina1 to envas. In' .huilH .
I mate low as $49 month 3 ROOM Help WantedFULL Must sacrifice, 2 door se- n- under the fletltloue name of
reasons cause these ERNIE: a OZZIk/8 AUTO UPHOLS.
dan, practically new tires, $3.l9fifth l 3 far $9.50
owners to sacrifice lots. CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor TORY .. 12. vouSm' Amuts W., .
OR PART.TIME dance motor recently overhauled, V.n''",. FI."d.. Intend to .Iotop tho
Beautiful corner Gulf Shores, Managing Broker for Venice r APARTMENTUNFURNiSHED teachers needed. Training new muffler, new seat covers, aid ,.... ..ltIt tho CI.rk .f th. Clio !
I1 I block from Gulf, make an Area FHA Homes tult (''''''.. 10 ond flIP ssmmts Cm.
available. Apply! 1233 Gulf- radio. Call for appointment. ... W Invite to In and itocl of beautiful
offer. Waterfront Venice Gar- 306 W. Venice Ave. stream Ave. Sarasota. 88.3864. O.w11. sue htmh ad .m.1aI _)10 you stop tee our ;

I in dens mowed free of growth Phone 488-2241 Fireplace, Cypreu Panelled thIs 10 d.ERNIE_"'-o"'hord.. OZZIE'S_.504.. holiday package which. are arriving daily I !
-
water, ready for buildingor -
hold_ for Investment. Se'al HAS YOUR PROPERTY Uvingroom Business Personals Used Trucks Julian AUTO UPHOLSTERY.Ern.t Jo... (Seat) I. ,
BEEN FOR SALE!: A LONG Alice ElI'., Jonaa Seal) WE TUES.
inside lots Venice Gardena $60 PER MONTH FoOlIsh 101... .. Ia. M 55. 1M4.
TIME? AND STILL NOT FRENCH DRESS DESIGNER OPEN
2 lots lake In
on big
South SOLD? WE HAVE CUS- Near Schools. and Shopping : Custom made dresses USED TRUCKS NOTICE OF PVBLIO HEARINQ ARE DEC. 1st
Venice .
lots
:2 I S V. $400. NutS'' 4. h.rthi sl..in. ptti mus,5 Is
Several lots Bsyshore make TOMERS LOOKING FOR Center and suits to your exact size, SPECIAL courts 5atlo. 141 of the Code .5 Ordlnane.of .
HOMES, WEST OF TRAIL Also alterations Very reasonable ON J-WHEFL DRIVE th. ClOt of Venice, that pub-
n offer. On lot Country I 'COUTSNEW 110 hearlnaT will .h. held. br Oh. CIte
Club Estates (near beautiful IN CITY. BYRON MAR- 720 Golf Dr. rates. Phone 488-1497 or MODELS CounoU of laid CIt. at the Clt, Hall .
PHONE 488 5692. IN S10t'K th sub dar of December, 1M4 atOpm. SOUTH VENICE '
RLE, REALTOR us- LIQUORS '
new Mobil Home Park). CALL 924-8619, COLLECT WEST COAST 5 for th. purpo of paiilnvpon I :
488-4706. ..,..
Don't wait thes rightGULF the application of V. of
see TYPEWRITERS
After and Adding '.rehrn Wan for th. dlpniln of ..11.Ien.II.
IIOw. CHOICE WATERFRONT lots 4pm.BEAUTIFULLY Machines (mechanically operated TRUCK SALES .. ......... ,leoneumptlon on South Venice Shopping Center
KM N. Wuhlnrtog Bl'4.iMMim tho ......1..) ., 118-144 B. Venicevonu
for sale Direct from owner. ) Chemically cleaned
I
.. I* the City of V.niee, Plum
.BEACH RIGHTS Terms or cash Ph. 488-2738, like new. Just $12,SO plus ''d.. Just S. of
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICEON Gyro'sph.
nice 2 bedroom home firePlace I FURNISH. parts if required. All makes .ubll.h br order of the City Coao.oil. i

1% blocks to gulf city BUY L-A-N-D FROMN.o.WIrAN.D ED, 2 bedroom home on Venice Stationers, 211 W I ALL MAKE TRUCKS, HARRY W. RACER.: 488-4480 '
water and sewer assessmentsPaid Nokomis Ave. Available for Venice Ave. FARM EQUIPMENT & CIty cr......
488-6113. I Pohll.h 101.... u. 55. IIU
furnished. Needs some SALE -"On account of 100 the season. References ex: AUTO'S. COMPLETE FRONT I

redecorating but a sacrifice per cent disability, a profitable changed. Byron Markle, '

V widow.lady for $11,450. man and wife business Realtor, Phone 4884706. SHEPARDLUMBER DISTINCTIVE MRGER \ 1
.
stock and equip
LUXURIOUS S BR 2 Bath ment.including Desirable that buyerbe Wanted To Rent CO.

I Home plus oversized Effici mechanically inclined. EFFICIENCY .1003 N. WashIngton Blvd. Real I Estate ornerD i
ency Apartment with nice Small investment. or equivalentfor Sarasota D
kitchen, bath and private en- . husband and wife. Dec.

"nee, near beach. Owner RENT OR SELL 3 Bedroom 10 to March 30. Write J. K., call

'U1 take big loss for quick horn in Nokomis Box 74$, Venice. Give details ELLIOTT PAUL .

Isle Rock bottom price; of close to schools church for
$$22,500 takes it. and stores. Docking privi- Mobile HomesA ROOF TRUSSES SPECIALS FOR RETIREES ETC.

see. Partly furnished. I INTERESTED ? 'In Immaculate condition
BR block horn
ledges. 10'xBO' MOBILE HOME for I Alum. Window t Doors. 2 cement ,
MAXE AN OFFER. Nice $7,450.00 $85.monthly. sale. On DO' lot, the tile bath, utility room, carport, stove and refrigerator
at .a 1.15: Contract Roofing t Painting I
: H N Wlmmert Realtor
gorged Mobil Home on nice - u : . $iso.
30x113 tot adjoining goes
landscaped lot. Owner very CORNER LOT In Gulf View with the deal. 9'x3S' Cabana, Phone 488-2112 Venice Nice furnished CB home kitchen '
sick dining area, living -
living in North. Must section of Vnlo Sewer- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Sell now See us for this on*. ter-psve4 street 3 block. and large carport cement I room, Urge bedroom and carport . only $5000.
. . to Gulf Bsy and Civic Cen utility with bath and sleeping BOOKKEEPING Income Agent for Western Union' Telegraph with $1500 I down.

BYRON MARKLE. RealtorPh. ter. $38.00. F.T.IN .. lots room Not Septlo much tanks left to on be both da- leports.Tax, State-Federal Personal Typing Wage Monday thru Friday 9 to 5; Saturday to I For Rent Furn 3-room Apt. $100 month for teaton. 1
I IaKO.
488-4709 2500 ft. sired in landscaping. Locatedon your horn, Champion typist CLOSED SUNDAYS HAZEL I. CONN

HOUSE FOR SALE!: Rent. VENICE aq. River Blvd. in Mobile Cityon 30 years experience. Nominal RIAL MTATI lieoUD
or $139. nO, GALE B. soNic lemM.
Buy for balance of mort- warehouse.) space.e . West side just off black Fee Charles Z. Nelms. 1752 HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN TAM1AMI TRAIL NORTH 0,. ALBCI SO. NOIOMIS, ft*

"tge and small down pa)'. ,BUSINESS LOT top. Call Venice 488-1931, Carl Banyan Drive, Venice, Fla _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ raONKSl ..*. ...-|..| _. e.. 4M-MM I
J
neat U pay balance as rent. on CORNER E. Venice Ave. Future Freeh, Owner. Phone 488-9254. j _ _ _ _- _ _ _ -8

heating automatic. Tel. traffic potential 500% In- U- .,
4881321. crease. Only $5000. Terms. rWOLFER MOTORS. Inc. 1 GULF SHORES t : (
.
. ,
::WATERFRONT HOME to death Infamily RAMBLER DODGE CLOSE TO GOLF COURSE AND BEACH. HOME & BOAT DOCKI BEAUTIFUL- ,
Due
Modern bedrooms< CB. Construction, 2 SALE ,-lovely modern 2 115 S. Tamlaml Trail 48a.3965-4B8-615C 'Bedroom, 2-Bath, Garage, Carport, Heat and Air-Con- 2 Sr. 2 Til. Bath. Loft of WATERFRONT LOT -

screened porch, 154 2 baths car large, BR .1 Bath Home, in dull SPECIALIST IN. . litioned, Fire Place. Electric Kitchen with Diihweiher and EXTRAS All 1..1. New In .. j' ,

lot. 'tre -$1W, 0000.garage ,View section of Venice. Reverse ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT ")iipoial. Screen Porch. Nice LandscapIng/ and Fruit

IN VKNICE-Clos* t4 shop- cycle slMonditlonlngand Brali Repair .. Lubricate),Chauli .Tree*. A Good Buy. At $13,800.00GULF VENICE GARDENS 'I _ _

{ping and beach, 2 bedrooms.w . heetlnf. "Landscaped Fire pineeporch. ,,, S Front End Alignment Oil Chanej : - $14,700FRANK Only....... $3, OO :s '

bath 2 screened porches, orage.trees. Special S Front End Overhaul Aduit| Headlights Beenv .. Terms If Dmlred ,

:ca shade. trees, a'real- neat many large sEePAUl. twice) e Wheel Balancing "rlf. Electrical: Repair , C. RAEBURN REALTY .
30 day jWrW r
FRANCES rne 814.000.00. . ., C Engine Overhaul Any Automatle Of Stand REALTOR Wm ,. Too// Rtg. tote MARTIN. 8TANCPSaiALTOB ))1 _ _

E. MURPHY' E. NOWLAND, S Radio Repair' .rd TransmIssion Repel
Realtor Broker 251 W. Venice Ave. Phon 488-1400..-488-249 Ph. 4184738 216 So. Trail Iff W' vnkee .,.. ;, A
301 W. Venice Ave. AlrcondWonlng Repair and InstallatIon t P1une.e44.; I .1'

Phone 488-271S Phone 488-1231 I .1, ; _




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12-The GONDOLIER, Veniee, Fla. Sun. Nov, 22, 19 I -


64Indians' Close Venice Junior High Li'l Indians Caure: ,



To Fish Regular SeasonOn



L i" For Snook I WednesdayVenice County Crown; Defeat Brookside, 1813I


Floli o', Roughest, Toughest, Fishing Fish ; nigh School will
close out Its regular sea A determined band of Venice ing for Venice. A :ass from
Copyright 1964 I son Wednesday night t I LI'I Indians down 13-0) :quarterback Randy Willis te(
/ gain Charlotte High atPunta I I at halftime roared back right halfback Jim dementiwas
: By EARL F. DOWNEY
:, I II"i Gorda In a White with three touchdowns In the good for 11 yards and

Sands Conference game at II third quarter to defeat Brook. Curry registered the remainIng ,
.. BEST TIMES TO FISII S p.m. I side, 18-13, and capture the 34 in four carries
t. A win by the Indians Sarasota County Junior High Schepp Goes 51 Yards
It you'renot
The best time to go Snook fishing, really, ( at
is would assure them of a tie Conference champion s hip Brookside couldn't gain
concerned to whether catch Snook or not),
as you
will be For second place In the her Thursday before a partisan ter taking the Venice kickofl
'' "whenever you feel the urge This means you catch standings: with a 4'2 mark I crowd of more than 1,000 and were forced to punt with
You
taking a pot-luck chance of catching any. may
I' the Li'l Indians taking over
I Sarasota has already wrap. Brookside got a break late
limit
the or not.
you may
: Here is some advice just in case you do: ped no the title with a 6-0 in the first period when a bad on their own 38. Five running
I I plays gained II yards and o n +
record. from center on attempted
Note snap an :
Make notes on the trip, mentally or on paper.
the sixth of the eerie
Charlotte has In 'the play
been
the
:, ,the date location, condition of water, temperature of both punt gave Barracudas
left halfback Steve Schepi
throes of slump all l season I the Li'l
if in m possession on
tide running
: water and air if can. Note how was
you with three ties on the Indian two-yard line It took took a handoff from quarterback
low. Check on
: tidal water fast slow or medium. High or
I ; David Erb and raced 81
t credit side of the ledger as quarterback David Voss just
time of day or night. All of these conditions put together for the second Venice
k' s opposed to five losses on one play to put the visitors on yards
of great importance
were the debit side. The Indl- the board he sneaked touchdown. The hosts failedto
: : If catch the limit of Snook (four), conditions were score as
:1 you tie it however whenCurry'l
did not knowit ins are 6-2 for the season over for the touchdown. The up
about as good as they could be although you
for extra
plunge the
not counting the return extra point attempt on a running x
: it at the time. Keeping the record will help later. If you failed.
with North Fort My play point
good.
game was no
I continue i to make excellent catches under these same Three after the ensuing
ers played on Friday nkht. The Barracudas fielded _plays.. r
to becominga a
sets of conditions, you are well an your way Victories by Venice Friday LT1 Indian kickoff
short Venice punt midway
Snook fishing expert. Clement Intercepted a
: On the other hand suppose you don't catch anythingat and Wednesday would through the second quarter at Brookside on the Barracuda
pass
give the Indians a good
all, you haven't lost anything What more could you ask midfield and 10 plays later 30 and tight-roped down
shot for the District 2 Class
,, '. of a vacation period other than to be able to go fishing Craig Robinson went In to the south sideling for the win
out under clear blue skies, in nature's own pure, clean air, I land A regional playoff berth score from the eight. He ning score.
or warm sunshine After all, you did want to get away from a post-season game. came right back to snare a Brookside failed to threatenIn
'. ': everything for a while didn't you? There is always a pass> from halfback Ken Hiles the fourth period and the
chance of getting a kick out of the fact that no one else University Club for the. conversion to make it game ended ylth Venice on
a 13 0 ball
either. game.
caught anything the: Barracuda 16-yard line.
Next Best Times to Fish by Tides. The Li'l Indians picked up
I Formed At NPC 45 yards in the final moments Venice Defense Tough FULLBACK WARD CURRY Is on kit way after the Barracudas left the field at hall

of the first half time runningout So fierce was the Li'l Indian here to scoring the fine Venice touchdown time with I 13-0 lead. Left halfback. Stot
; Anyone who has been grad- with the ball on the Barracuda defense during the second Sarasota ran 51 yards for the second Venice
Re-Opening Of Front Nine 33. half that the visitors ended up against Brooktide in Thursday's Schepp
uated from, or who has attended It was an entirely different with a minus five yards from County Junior High Conference champion. touchdown and right halfback Jim Clemenh

a college or univers- Venice team that took the scrimmage. Their total for ship game, won by the Li'l Indian by an Intercepted a Brooltide pass and raced 30

I At LVGC Set For Nov. 29 Ity, art school conservatory, field in the second half. The the game was 48 43 rushing 18-13 tcore. Curry went 19 yardi on this yards for the final score. Other Li'l' Indian

nursing or Armed Forces Of- LI'1 Indians took the kickoff and five passing. Venice play to tally the first of three six-pointers in on the play are ends Steve Deans, M
and drove 60 yards in six netted 159 rushing and 11 the and Pet. Gurda .
I By CARL ROHMANN, icers School for at least two plays' for the touchdown passing for 170 yards. First registered by Venice In the third quarter ground, (74)( )
Pro-Manager, Lake Venice Golf Club years, is qualified to become
fullback Ward Curry going downs were seven for the LI'IIndiana
I
a i member of the UniversityClub the final 19 yards on and four for the Bar Venice with 73 and 72 ) had a 8.6 average on 13 car. Coaching the county t
The Lake Venice Golf Club is proud to announce the re a romp
which has been formedat the middle A racudas. I respectively Schell rlei. Wolfer added 16 to the champs, who wound up the
I of the front holes and the completion of Its up 15-yard 'ards'l ,with three
nine Residents wine
opening North Port Charlotte. roughness penalty against the Curry and Schepp were better average nine cause in fix rushes and Clements season one
four-year program on Sunday Nov. 29, and in conjunction of Venice Warm Min Barracudas got the march go- one-two in yards gained for in eight carries, while netted six yards in two loss and two ties, were Ralph
with the re-opening a full afternoon of activity Is planned. eral Springs, Trailer Acresor attempts. Winsett and Don Heath.
> Englewood are Invited to Willis passed for 11 yards, THE STAT1SCTICS
Opening ceremonies will be held at 1 p.m., to be followedby join.Meetings but lost eight running to end B'slde Venlct
a mixed golf events on the new front nine at :30.: For are held first Wed- up with a net three yards
nesday of each month, 7:30: p. 1st Downs 4 f
play gained. Erb broke even in
those who do not wish to
Yds. Rushing 43
in. at the North Port Char- carries two and 159
two ,
golf there will be bridge in losing Yds. Passing 5
lotte Community Center. The 11
tfl- the
Let's PlantA : a then picking up same
Activities will be held Total Yards 48 no
the clubhouse at 1::30. next meeting amount later In the game.
f will end with a dinner at- Dec 2. At this meeting programming I Pass Attempts f 4
GardenBy [ for 1965 will be I Defensive stalwarts for the Pass Completions 3 1
; 15 p.m planned through a workshop Li'l Indians were Schepp Pass Had Int. 1 0

Four years ago an Irrigation The arts and all cultural subjects Curry Pete Gurda Tom Fumble Lost 0 1
I installed Annie Ruth SummersA will be discussed. An In. Peden, Victor Maurice, Bob Punts 4/32 VII
I system was on dwarf plant which belongs cresting year is ahead.A Hamilton George Blackburn, Penalties 35 39
all\ fairways to start the ex- to the semi-hardy feature project of the Chris Jones, Don Heath, Tol Score by quarters

tensive four-year program, of group is the dwarf holly. University Club is a scholar- err ly Bowles Bob Austin, Rich Brookside .... 6 7 0 0-1J
"':1,5 improvement. A year later There are several types of ship fund for worthy youthIn ard Austin and Don Willis. Venice .. ...> 0 018 MS

; the back nine was completelytilled this one, but the most popular the area.President.
and sprigged with No one is the coccigera. The of the Club Is
full botanical name is Mai- George Woods, first vice-pres-
419 Bermuda grass pighia Coccigera The tiny ident is Mrs. John A Mac- .. :to i

This past summer the front leaves are shaped like and Cosham, second vlce-preai- +
nine fairways and tees were' have the spikes of the real dent Mrs. Reginald Schueler, 4" p 4't, 4 +PALL iTIWIISGMIIG'
northern holly. The flowersare recording secretary M r a.Flavius qG'
i I t,1. dug up and sprigged with tiny little pink and orchid Wood, corresponding
No. 419 Bermuda, and just
shaped and it lends a fairy. secretary Mrs F. H. Henrik-
two weeks ago the clubhouse in fn and treasurer Mr Sherid
like an area
appearance
floor was tiled with thick rub where we desire a low com Foster. { J /! a'
ber-cleat matting
pact plant as a filler Prune For further information
I Four years of hard work this baby plant often in orderto contact Mrs. Vernon Tracey,
and patience has now produced keep it compact. membership chairman, 426-
a golf club all of the Venice Angeloma is a stranger to 818.. ADD THE FESTIVE TOUCHTAYLOR'S
I area has wanted and can most of us. We consider it a
be proud of. must in our garden for it Is Reg. 5.10
ever-blooming. The flowersare Leila Hermansen I I SPARKLING BURGUNDY or

Many residents have not purple and are borne in HANDS ON DECK-A bevy of bathing in the lobby of City Hall. The fiberglass CHAMPAGNE $4.46
seen the golf course, so now racemes on the outer branches
LVWG beauties will be the aboard Ven.ice'a hull of the e e
is the time to come out and (Raceme means pediceled Tourney passengers gondola parade float is being
fa- flowers along one stem). authentic gondola float when it is launched constructed by Venice boatbuilder E. H.

cilsties. Most people call it a larkspur I Leader With 158The in I parade for the first time after being Henne. Hamilton, Henne and Councilman LANCER ROSE $54.46
Either call the pro shop or for it has the appear "commissioned."" The gondola is depictedhere Ralph Anderson comprise the parade float

see one of the committee ance of a larkspur flower on second week of play Inthe in a rendering by Councilman David committee.
,
members for reservations a compact plant. For those Hamilton which is on display in full color
Lake Venice Women's WENTE BROS.
Cost for the entire afternoon gardeners who like purple ;
of activity on the reopening this makes Golf Association Champion. I
lowers plant a - - - --
i celebration will be $2 50 ship Tournament ended with CALIF. ROSE $USIMPORTED
the
per good spot of color year
: I Leila Hermansen out in front j- .
I II person. round. I SALES .
I III the 18-hole division with ;; *
I I'd like to take this opportunity a J
DO PEOPLE Z ( .7
i t For a he.man spread, grind to thane my friends two-round net score of 158. AND PREFONTAINE
I fj Cheddar cheese with sweet for the wonderful response Runnerup with 166 is Dulcie SERVICEAMbi'l
j Onion; mix with just enough and encouragement concern Wright.In Red White& Pink $51.75
I I I mayonnaise to moisten slight- ing these articles. the nine-hole division, READ N*. I Lisa Ik* Qulllr GMI I. BoI... tlu N... GMI O." . .

I r ly. Serve with rye bread and Next we'll continue the discourse Lucy Journeay and Grace. COLOR B & W STEREOOPEN
Tomlinson tied with
are 78's
I let the men spread their own. and trees.on semi-hardy plants FrankYe Powell and Florence SMALL ADS? 'TIL 10 P.M. SOFT WHISKEY
- - -
Beatty are in a deadlock for

I i for an TIGHT SQUEEZEKEY second The tourney with 84's.will continue Alpha Music & ApplianceZENITH I CALVERT 4 19

: WEST (AP) Two
i enjoyable GOLF
Wednesday. Old
Crow
i I' day of i house narrow trailers bridge met between on the long here, WELL SALES & SERVICE fOR 19 YEARS OP?. THEATRE L .

t -- Tuareg means lost soul, a
I
There wasn'tenough
and Long Key.
TRY name given the tribesmen of YOU ARE!
I j room for both ve o'da'; I
I SARASOTAGOLF I hicles. western Africa by their traditional I A. PHONE 488-2618 "I' \it YOUR HOSTESS1F11
"
Several hours later as enemies, the Arabs. ..-.
I i CLUB I cars, trucks and buses backed The[ Tuaregs call themselves with I bottle of "

l I DAILY GREEN PQ Aft i up for two miles In each Imochagh or the free ones e .., (j

I FEES. , Jt I direction, the drivers jacked ,
I Just Off Bee Ridge Rd. II |1 I up one of the trailers and tilted 129 W. Prospecount t CRIMEdeMENTHE

t j I South of Sara o'.' I it to one aide, allowing the t
> > I
I I .. other to squeeze past. M Prospect
.\, or. K RA US E IS BAKERY
Illinois CH 5.9449

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1WE SHIP OUT OF TOWN Heableim. $$3.49



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I Make and RENT-A-LANE SIZES: $1.65 $2.29 $2.85 $2.93 I .Tom Moor Stillbrook Kessler Ten High:
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I: MARZIPAN Pure Ground Almonds Handmade Into beautiful fruits &
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i Only $1.50 per hour from 10 a.m noon vegetables ........................ $2.40 lb. t/i STAMPS ON ABOVE

t' $2.00 hour from noon 'til 7:30
Only per p/n. PFEFFERNUSSE ................................................................................................ 69c lb. IMPORTED FRENCH .

i 1 SCOTCH DOUBLES PURE BUTTER COOKIES Fancy packed for gifts .....,......................:..... $1.35 lb. RED WINE a . $51.39

.3I 8 p.m. Only ALL BUTTER COFFEE CAKES Pecan Almond Cardamon or Fruit of your IMPORTED SPANISH
FAMILY FUN PRIZES CASH m4 **
i d5h choice............... 85c ea.
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