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 26, 1964
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: VID00254
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
issn - 2071736

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Serving Hit Fatterf. Growing Area on Florida1 i West Coast Osprey, Laurel Nokomis, Venice, South Venice Venice Garden, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte i I :: '

a r 'Unofficially,' That Is 1 ][ ':

AndOff 9' d -utfr kq4r Dredging Starts Next Week ; ;

Trail )f I
he Actual dredging of the In. Petersburg. and Tampa, are {their employee who have established ice By-Way There are four road department .
land Waterway through Venice doing roadway work on East two offices here. Engineers are checking engineers here:
FEACH1E EDGEwe will begin on a small Venice Avenue. One office is located on West drawings for the various projects Bill Pipkins, who Is in I
f go again. It sure scale next week. Particularly busy at this Venice Avenue, next to St laying out stakes and charge of all roadways Including
e to be back at the Right now, the Bay Dredging time are engineers from the Mark's Thrift Shop There also checking to see that the plans the Venice By-Pass where
OLIER Feels ,Just Ilk and Construction Company State Road Department and is a field office on the Ven- I actually fit the ,jobs (Continued on page t)
and well it should since barge is in the waters
m. I have spent overy off Manasota Key and cannot
We here. move north because of low
it adult"On and Off The tides, Venice Takes A Holiday
Meanwhile, sinking
Well, it il sort of an
vent in the gentle art I piles for the high-level East
writing. ,Just abd Venice Avenue bridge and re-

lump I've about heard this here and that in and; Peachie, Frank taining begin say wails here now, Tuesday.was however scheduledto Engineers the- Thankfully We Pause : .,:

md maybe once a Of: work'probably will be delay. ,
i bit of conjecture or ed until next week. I i
h i, I want. At least, Back With UsTwo The dredge will proceed up

what it is supposed tot the gulf to Roberts Bay and 1t j' ra W4aA. v y gat f
Hatchet Creek south of Fish. ye rk vj
t of all, let's talk about I erman's Wharf Restaurant..
GONDOLIER alumni staff and has been back off
enlce Hospital. Last the
that preliminary
It is there
I chanced to visit a have rejoined the staff and on while raising a family dredging will be done to : [ '\ tI
They Peachie Mrs ? :
there and saw six pain are ( enable the barge to get ,
beds in the hall, Raymond W) Edge and Berger wrote a column for through to a point near land
1 them were In oxygen Frank Berger Peachie! will ..he GONDOLIER In 1949-SI where the heavy equipmentwill
seemed unfortunate toe be a full-time general assign. titled "Dogs, Cats and People be unloaded and moved I
least. However, this ment reporter Frank will ," by truck to the East Venice
hinl> new and everyonethe write a once-a-week columnon Since 1951 he has been engaged Avenue site.
new addition to fishing, boating, shelling in advertising agency, Bay Dredging;> win actually
npital will flU a des and general outdoor activities public relations and as a mer construct the Venice Avenue
need. Talked with He also will lend a handin chandismg consultant and Bridge and the retaining wall.
d i Hanson hospital ad the advertising depart: has published "Florida Water Now they are employing approximately
tutor, who explainedby ment on the special circus Bug," a magazine for 30 men on the L0 w
and large for the edition to be published Jan (8 I skindivers, with headquar Manasota job and it is expected C : I ,
several weeks, there Peachie started her news ten in Tampa and St. Petersburg that this many and possibly -
been beds in the hall paper career as Venice High He will continue in more will be used here.
et t, he said the hospitaled School reporter in 1950. Upor these fields, with, headquarters At present, men from W. L
to capacity moat of graduation she Joined, the in Venice Cobb Construction Co. of St.

me. He pointed out that
onday of this week. 69TO TO MEET DECEMBER DEADLINE
available beds were
ed. BUT, these five
or men patients so the
who i happened to need .

illzation would ,end up Reef. ProjectSpeeds4.Up
'* ;
now where etaas \
son said it"wasrbopedwnd b

floor of the new the also The fishing\ reef spokesmen
.It'. full steam ahead on the help finance project
on would be ready for Venice Jaycees' artificial have been received, according said the Venice Nokomis
around the middle of fishing reef as less than six to Williamson and Dr. Bank and the First N..lonal
lonth Jan. 1 is the tar. weeks remain before the Dec Luck, who expressed their Bank of Venice have agreed
ate for using the firstyou 31 deadline for completion appreciation this week for to receive contributions toward j j

the project both the physical and financial the project. THANKSGIVING ON THE BEACH Visitors to Venice Bergen N.Y Taking things easy ai he watches the preparation .
s se Dr Luther Luck and G H help The reef will be located in from New York. State find it a reel treat to enjoy Thanksgiving is Balettrerl and peeking into the loaded picnic bailee ,

'the most ever wondered book (Sarg) Williamson, cochairmen Recent contributors to the the Gulf one mile west of picnic style, on Venice Beach. Mrs. Matthew Bal_ to see what other goodies it containet Is six and one-half I

Venice Area popular Public Li of the project, said project have been the Venice the Venice Beach Pavilionand treri (far ) U just ready to unwrap the turkey from its year old Jam! Vlismas. Little Mitt( Vicuna li a cousin of

Is? I did, so I wentto more volunteers have turnedout Lions Club, $50; South Venice will be fishermen marked with for the an protective left cover while waiting anxioutly, plate in hand, Mr. and Mrs. Balestreri, who reside In New York City. (P.S. I
the top and asked in recent weeks to help Yacht Club, $25; and Bernard benefit of A for a look at the bird are (left to right) Mrs.. Thomas Clarey, When this Thanksgiving season dinner scene was photographed I
atyrofoam buoy.
Dorothy F. Lantz 11- with the work of fastening together Sanborn, $10 Dr Luck and eight-foot galvanized 50-foot chain for of North Port Charlotte, and her two houseguests, Mrs Pat on the beach, it was a mild 80 degrees on Venice /
some 5,000 old auto Williamson said approximately .... Sardou' of Beach while in New York state it in the 30's.
n. She reports that I the buoy has been providedby White, of Rochester, N.Y. and M. Pierson way up was ) f
the library opened, the mobile tires and weighting $300 more Is neededto and TAylor Hardware.Dr. X- X- X- X- X- *
them with concrete. pay for the buoys
tuber One book has been r
You Additional contributions toi other materials. Luck and Williamsonsaid South County residents and odist Church delivered a sermon The Scripture lesson was 10:30 am service at the
.5 Stamp: Catalog the buoy Is expected to visitors alike gave thanks today on "Now Thank We All read by the Rev Ferman E, Lakeside Lutheran Church
the library has a re- be anchored in place in about and observed Thanksgiving Our God" while the call to Greene of the Church of the and a celebration of the Massat
system whereby you I Realtors To Install I one week. in many different ways worship was given by the Nazerene and Dr. E. Robert 7:30 aim at the Catholic
request a book and they Venice The several thousand old Highlighting most activities' Rev. Richard R. Lloyd, host Chable of the Venice United Church of the Epiphany. Services
notify YOU when it is auto tires which will makeup was the traditional big turkey pastor and presiding minis. Church of Christ gave the at First Church of
'ble and hold it for Mrs Nina J. Hines, of Fort Herschel Morris, secretary; the reef are being bolted dinner with family and ter. The Rev. Frank J. Thanksgiving prayer. The Christ Scientist, were held I
I days AU this for a Myers, fifth district vice-pres- and H. N. Wimmers, three- together in units of five friends gathered around. Shearer of Calvary Reformed service closed with a benediction at 11 aim and there was a
ident Florida Association of year director and weighted with concrete Many families attended the Church gave the Invocationand by the Rev. J. C communion service at 10
ht now running neck Realtors, will be the installing A feature of the luncheonwill supplied by West Coast Redl- Union Thanksgiving services the Thanksgiving Proclamation Sims of the Union Missionary am. at St. Mark's Episcopal j I
eck on the reserve list) officer when the new slateof be the award of the Real mix and Littrell Concrete at 10 a.l'I1. at the First Bap, was delivered by Church Church The 7 aim com. j
two really different officers takes over at the tor of the Year and Associateof Work is being done on the tist Church with clergy of the the Rev. Charles I. Rowe of Individual church services (munlon service originally announced '
ki, Irving Shulman' Venice Area Board of Realtors the Year plaques The vacant lot behind Venice Ministerial Association officiating Emmanuel Lutheran Church also were held, including a was pot held.
low". and "The Living, luncheon at Fisherman's plaques will be presented by Lumber. Fine Day Forecast t
by Pearl Buck. An- Tuesday.The Harry D Raby of First Fed ,
Wharf next The reef must be In place The Rev John Lewis Jonesof Many people were a
popular novel is "My eral Savings and Loan Assn 1
newly-elected officers Meth. (Continued on page t) I
>W Ran Fast" by Billrumored are Walter L. Miles, president and Charles E. Bruin of Sara- I by end of the year to meet the Vence-Nokomis ;
of the Jay- -
Mickleth- sota Federal Savings and the requirements
s s ? Kermit Myron Loan Assn, donors of the an- cees'i application with the U Caudle
waite vice-president Robt.
I of Engineersfilled St. Mark'sTo
that the loPiolic M. McGlynn, treasurer; J. nual awards S. Army Corps
school will start WHAT'S on MY o II

|dera math class for In-
ed adults, particularly C e Expand ,, LINE Gun Victim ", 1
''ts of youngsters In the II, ,

e. One young matron alas !- St. Mark's EpiscopalChurch Robert( E. L. Caudle, 43. '
P how she would ap eat Venice of Green'aFuel ,
will initiate the $50 manager
ale a class In how to y 000 church expansion on Dec. IN, ON, UNDER AND OVER THE WATER of Florida and a leader

the new elementary re- 8, following an every-member WITH THE GONDOLIERBy in civic and church work \
cards 1 L !" ," '; eanvass Sunday. was found dead of a pistol e j
seeding t
!' , < According to The Rev. Issue. Some of bullet wound Tuesday morning .:
of school, I was ; ;. ;M" :. ...... . Donls Dean Patterson, pastor, FRANK BERGER produce every times at the company' bulk : : 1--
I most were
; the exciting
of passing
." _, .. After 12
,, years
amazed when I went to ::!.,' , Avenue. t
visitedone Seaboard
plant on
. some 50 canvassers when printer's devil
nlce Junior, High win' ,;" .. .. through Venice . watchingit a young ,
' '" , half the 600 communicants to five traffic lights, named Pattison would drop Justice of the Peace E. S. .
'y grow
COunty .
champ- ,. ;. Sunday and obtained and the address galleys just' be. Raymond said Caudle was
and '' f'I' .. two shopping centers a
P .
the huged
saw "
wounded after
; pledges totalling $31,000, road fore mailing time. found fatally
her assembled.. I can re- ;,if/f, .I...<.i-. ", ....,.; ; ..iII' ..,>'-. i enough to permit the beginning PAVED. . I'm back Tarpon Count Cornwell originally Carl Cribbs, a plant employee II IIi
[ Just a few yearn ago ''' of construction. The addition heard shot
; ,, swivel chair that started the column in 49. i a pistol '
,, . Back on 1
19 or 20 .was consld- { { which will double the it 8 and notified ,
.. .IlL tilts 15 degrees ,either way Somehow I wound up with shortly after a.m
i good crowd for one of .,I;'fi.- present seating capacity will before the tilt mechanismeven No subject was left untouched authorities :
lames. #i// cost $30,000 with an additional starts working However Many of them Pete Raymond said a .25 calibre
s e e ; :; $20,000 needed for furnishing. it should be appropriate thought, could better have automatic was found by his ,
|"4 grandparents again The Rt Rev. William Lof. for waterfront blltherings, been left untouched. Pete and side and that there were two ,' !
\ and Mrs Joseph V. ton Hargrave, suffragan bishop because I can write in an I had many differences of sealed envelopes, one addressed
Blanche tells us that of Gulfcoaat Archdeanery, authentic aura of seasickness opinion, but he had a little to his wife and the'
'On Pete, and )his wife will come to Venice to make I may even have to get a seatbelt motto up at the masthead that other to J. Gassaway, thefirm's .
h, welcomed a son way formal announcement of the to hold me on this said in effect "I do not agree district manager oar. '
1 California. Th. baby. plans and pronounce the dlo- & %$tt&( thing with what you say, but I will Sarasota. ti
lest Sunday, weighed ceslan blessing on I the pro Some of you will rememberthe defend with my life your rightto Dr Ernest C. Smith of En,1: ,
i, nine ounce and 'ject. The contracts will be days when Pete and Janie say It"-Voltaire. If it glewood, assistant county "
iced named David Lee' let in December. Cy Tucker I. h. helm nf The HONDO. hadn't been for this guy Voltaire medical examiner, Investigated
young couple live in SI. la the architect and, Bill 0LIER" :;d"trldW the long; I could never have and was preparing: a I .

M> l lee, Plans call for completion of was next door to Jimmy publishing business. would be held. ),
Tw4i the project by Easter.. Keyes well known bistro . The Intent of this series will Caudle was born in Albe- I'
General chairman of the across from the theater, from be to disseminate all kinds of marle. NC, and had lived I '
[WeatherHigh building committee is George which we conscripted forced outdoor information. Mostly at Lake Worth and Union :I,
Glbbf Jr. Richard Merrifieldand labor after the late show . fishing, hunting (four legged City, Tenn., before coming to 1,
Mrs. Sidney Schroder are to help fold The GONDOLIERby animals), bikini watching, 1963. :
Venice In January '
Low ham surfing, sklndlvlng, sun bath-
co-chairmen of financing. hand. Every time someone
II in the
78 59 .00 Interested fishamen with concrete. The anglers are Tom Other building committee opened the door during a ing (not illugiiated), ahark He was an elder ,,11 +
1D 80 18 .00 I FISHERMEN AID PROJECT- assisting Gooden Earl Mitchell, Tony Mailing, Char-. members are Charles Mac. press run the big hand fed tooth watching, fossil fetching VenlceNokomiaPresbyter
who amember
He was
83 87 .03 those Ian Church.
are among Kammerer t and Paul sheets would sail around dog training (obedience, Y
21 let Williams Harry Kenzie, Ralph Chase,'ReefHere
Artificial of Norwood Lodge)
77 81 .00 with their with other
not ), along
Venice Jaycee Janie leaping to grab paper
the Roiwell and with up
22 Wrigley
77 80 .00 J. \busy bolting Downey. Bagg, to Continued OB >fife> U) .(Continued oa pageSTUMP J) ,I II I
the group' ad.venuit. {
23' Piss MONTH 84 63 .0&.00 together tires In, ,,wits of five which are ties!) MJ'.. Mrlart\ Street\ $ Quaacjf, _! thaw It WM u f'f f

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it ....
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GONDOLIER, Venice, Fl. Thurs. Nov 26, 1964 Yule Sale Set CAUDLE 1, ancer. uncut) '

1 .- --. -...= r GlmuarlcS: (Continued from page 1) the VencsN kepeaterian
By Lemon Club
DAVIS F&AM, Palm Beach, i vet Churrh
MRS. NINA MAUDE Additional
r.- I ENQLEWOOD Three ELERT SAMUEL SMOOTElery eran of World War II in aervioy

Police Blotter workshops are announced by Samuel Smoot, 68, Mrs Nina Maude Davie 81, which >>. wit a tint lleuten- marie.Pensacola torment. wlp bi b
the Lemon Bay Garden ClubIn died Monday at the Venice of Hill's Road Laurel, died apt and was the holder of the
preparation for the club, Hospital. Sunday at the Venice Hos purple Heart. I --

I Things were quiet this past Juries and one case of speed lion wagon found abondoned sale of Christmas decorations. Smoot moved to Nokomls pital. Survivors Include his wife i United States, ria ? '
Dec. 11 and 12 the In Camden "*
I In,. Monday in The GONDOLIER at Engle.wood nine ;years ago from Detroit, She was born has lived ?* *
weekend at the Venice Police Mri. Virginia Long Caudle; under
I ,I Station with only one minor Mrs Elinor L. Wellman, SO, "parking lot. The car with a''' sociation.Savings and Loan As- Mich.of where air conditioning he was the own.and Me. and ago moved from Dover to Laurel, Mass.Mrs. 11. a daughter, Virginia Ann; a Spain, France, five Brl1l1l n.a..
93" er an years
of Nokomis was Charged with tag apparently was who !i. in the U.S. United State, ,
The first two workshops will memberof ton. Terry
j traffic accident in which therel' abandoned Saturday night heating business. He was bornin Davis was a 1114 bee
traveling 45 mile. an hour in be held next week on Wednesday Missouri First Church of Christ, Air Force, stationed at Am. tederacy.
were no charges filed or In. and remained alongside the
25 mile an hour tone. According
a building the and Thursday, Dee Survivors include one son, Scientist In Venice. trlllo, Texas; his mother,
to the Investigating newspaper over 2 and 3, at the Recreation Robert Smoot Nokomis six Survivors include her husband Mrs. Mary Eury Caudle; and
weekend. Venice ;
Assistant I Police Chief police removed ALLEN
officer the vehicle and ,notified Hall in Englewood Director daughters. Mrs. Harold l Charles R. Davis, Laurel three brothers, James Cau.
B0 modern with Allen Slater the incident oc- Charlotte County authori of the workshops will be Mrs I Spaulding. Long Beach, and a son, Rodney C'I die Middletown, Conn., John Convaleicent
cured at 10:15: p.m. on South Otto Muller, the club's chairman I and e,
Calif., Mrs. William Bishop, Davis, Farmlngton, Mass. Caudle, Albermarle. Ray
Harbor Dr., Saturday Mrs ties.A of workshop activities. Billings, Mont., Mrs Joe Funeral services were held' Caudle Ft. Lauderdale. Nursing Hon.
r Wellman has Dec.been 1.summonedto warrant on a worthless Mrs. Muller advises that Bruno, Kansas City, Mo, Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the : Funeral services were set 24 Hour Nursing) k-.
on check charge was sworn out many hands will be needed Mrs Fred Cochran Jr., Nashville Rawles Funeral Home Chapel Wednesday at the Phone Venice, *
1 The police are still investigating Monday by Venice Police to make the door swigs and Tenn., Mrs. Ralph Mor- In Venice with Reader for 3pm. Home Chap- nr PONe1 os troy IgVB
: a break-in Thursday Chief John Shockey against table arrangements and i it rison Detroit, and Miss Bar Strange J. Palmer of First Rawles Funeral do
\ / night at the Venice Junior George L. Huff, 86, of Columbus will not be necessary to bring ban Smoot Detroit. He is also Church of Christ, Scientist of
High School. According to Ohio, who came to towna decorative materials, unlessan survived by 21 grandchildren ficlatin,. Burial will be in the I I
I.OcI Patrolman Frank Covlll week ago Saturday to talk individual has something Dover Cemetery, Dover.
I r someone broke two window. with city official. about leasIng special which she Wishes to'' Funeral services will be I }
''J at the school and crawled the main hangar at Ven. work upon. She also suggests held at 10 a m. Friday at the
: through them Into the school I ice Airport. that gloves be worn as muchof Farley Funeral Home in Venice MRS. PAUL H. DAVISI I 4.
:1:1I' office. The culprit then went the 'work will be with cone. and burial will be at Gulf Mrs Paul H. Davis, of Casey I
Huff was arrested the next
and wire which are
back outside and attemptedto rough on Pines Memorial Park.
t' Key and Glenview, 111, r
charge of Intoxication
pick the lock on a door day on a public the hands.
I II died Monday at her home inQlenvlew. e
i i leading into another office but and was sentenced The third workshop will beheld I
'Jppif Sh&wfer
Bath I II
She was 73.
"was unsuccessful. Nothing In city court to five days in I the following week on MRS. ETHEL!. MARION
I services
", was reported missing from Jail. He served his time and 'Wednesday, Dec. t, at the JOHNSON Private
I I and interment were held at .
Babe's Plumbing the office, Officer Covill said was released from Jail Saturday Recreation Center. 22$ W.MIAMI AVENUE VENICE
111. with the John
Evanston, ,
and damage to the window before the check on a The three co-chairmen for Mrs. Ethel Marlon Johnson, ;
Co., Inc. and frames amounted to Columbus bank bounced the Christmas sale are Mrs. 84, of Alta Vista and Church L. Hebblethwalte Funeral w
of Evanston in charge.
about $10.Charlotte. back. F, Street, Englewood, died Tuesday Home I
Jacob Fitting, Mrs Ray
488.2402 488.5282 County sheriffs The $90 check was cashed mond C. Klssack, and Mrs. In native Lakeland.A of. Westhaven, an Surviving executive are of Hornblow her.husband and, II Most People Are EU
I Radio Equipped Truck Benjamin L. Lane They are
department is investigatingthe at the Kent Motel where Huff 2onn., Mrs Johnson movedto Weeks, a Chicago investment
P.O. Box Nokomis theft of ..ta.ffcul also planning to Include livinjplants Paul H.
I 454 a Plymouth stayed overnight on his first in the sale, a* well as the Englewood area 13 house; two sons, I
Davis I Jr, of Chicago and c
from Cheshire, A decided majority of families
day here. the Christmas decorations years ago w* ears
Milford H. Davis of Santa I
Profits from the sale will be Conn. For 10 years she had ere eligible for government allowinc
Calif. daughter,
Monica, ; *
g1lN1tal 9Jome been bookkeeper for the Ar a I
used by the Club in their project a
f Quick and wonderful dessert for th, beautification of thur Holden Co., in New Haw Mrs. Robert H. Bethke of I They find our assistance with the r,,n-
I, for company; nothing the community. en, Conn. toO Village I N. V.t and I wry filing procedure to be most (ulpfj(
4, grandchildren. f
Nokomis Air. Venice
I I 26S more than the best vanilla ice Mrs. Johnson was secretary and complete.
',.. and treasurer of the Englewood -
cream you can buy" or make Parboiled liver Is easier :'o
Presbyterian Church. uYOUR
with topping of green cremede :put through, a food chopper .
Survivors Include her father
menthe or cherry than the raw meat.
I Augustus Campbell, a
II brother, F. F Campbell and CARby
I 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488.2291 a lister Mrs. Lester R. Wil-
Dredging Starts I jon, all of Cheshire. -

; DAVID P. FARLEY Funeral arrangements were Bill Phillips I
Incomplete at press time.

I :i y, ; r Ambulance Driver Continued from page 1) and Manatee Counties. All of Rawles Funeral Home in Englewood More car for your mODe,. "

First Aid Training where there is no bridge and the engineers work in a supervisory I charge of ar.raneement. How much have cars changed .-.-
the other three involving capacity- overseeingall during the past ten years Today .
David Is 23 yean old. Regis- bridges. Pipkins has seven of the projects.: you get more for your 96 W.DEARDORN AVENUE ENGLEWOOD
tired apprentice embalmer men in his crew. Contracts for each projectcall THANKFULLLYContinued money. The engine size has
Jack Campo is in charge of for 360 working days andit jumped by 22 per cent, horsepower ".t!Most
mate this his life,
i expects to all three bridges and assistinghim is estimated that this will ( from page 1) is up 83 to 100 per cent, {{' an
work. are Jim Town and John actually take about one year economy has increased by almost
Seagle. They have eight engineering and a half. ad to take advantage of the 10 per cent, acceleration "-awes
[ aids working with A number of the engineersand anticipated clear skies and has jumped 24 per cent, and i
'I Our Services Art Available/ / All RejoroVew/ them. their aids make their permanent balmy weather to visit the weight has increased by almost FUNERAL HOME
of Financial CrcsmifonceitlMMrf / All these men are workingout homes in Tampa and beach or engage In fishing 23 per cent
ta ..lit..* u4 Florid. of the Sarasota office of have actually moved here and boating.A Drive with courtesy Give
In Funeral Business Since 1932 the State Road Departmentunder while those from large contingent of football other drivers and pedestriansthe ..u_
Two Licensed Funeral Director Joe Pinion who is resident and Manatee saralOt'l fans journeyed to Sarasota same breaks you'd expectIn
engineer for Sarasota mute. for the annual turkey their places. Try to under-

I day game between Sarasota stand the attitude of other rent a car from 00NO-CAR
"l..a t Ugh: School and Rivervlew. drivers and give this consld'ration. -
PLEASE lost small fry were watching It will be a good feeling .
the giant parades on tel. when you act smarter and
we got
; t, noon vislon, the while televised in the sporting after. more. patient than other drivers. so big

vents held the interest of Pissing You may legally
j .. t+ their elders pass on the right when 'cause we charge so little
If 1,1 :' tty School Holiday car has slowed or stoppedto

School children are enloyng make a left hand turn. But Among the 81a 4" In car rental ECONO.CAR I. First
r rt a two-day holiday. Wednesday never pass such a car on the in Savlna,1 Rent a Valiant or other Chrysler.budt car
there was a special left from .s little tI 3.99...including, gas and al' insur.
t tI assembly program at Epiphany Be glad you don't have te once. seat belt. Cell for InquIry, pickup or delivery

9 J JI Jr Catholic School and the buy tires for a giant earth-
I Venice Junior High School. : mover. A single tire for these ECONO -CA
The Junior High School : behemoths coat $3,2001 -
I program featured selections Buying a used ear tent a
TUESDAY DECEMBER 1st by> the Junior High chorus amble at BILL PHILLIPS 99nvnn
r under the direction of Harold FORD, here in Venice. We -
: F. Fultz. won't sell a bad car because,
; I i for At Epiphany, there were frankly, it's more trouble fJ rMMaea
special songs by the children than It'. worth. We'd have to
and a playlet.' All the young- repair the .car and make itifeht
store had brought gifts of anyway. That's the wayBILL GULF GARDEN AUTO CENT TE["
food for the less fortunateand PHILLIPS FORD does .
DAVID HAMILTON the main theme of the usiness.> So the next time
program was giving thanksfor you're. used car hunting, see VENICE SHOPPING CENTER PH. 48UW

our American heritage us. .. -

; FOR A TWO YEAR TERM AS CITY COUNCILMAN! a The gift students to the Rt.also Rev.presented Mon

i signor George W. Cummings
I It I OFFER A 10 YEAR RECORD on the anniversary of his ordination -

Thanksgiving is not a holl-
: AND DEDICATION day. however for many peo-
I 1 pie including law ,
e merit officers and tnforce'l

: These are some of the things I am proud to have been a part of doctors and .
I Venice Hospital, special l
1 All time and services were donated In the spirit of civic progress. crews of public utilties com I I
1 iantes and most of all employs -
1954 D Moved to Venice from Detroit, Michigan with my wife, Ellie, and bought Venice Stationers, then located of, restaurants and! I
i on Highway 41. clubs busy serving ThanksIving .
A Q Appointed Chairman and only working member of original ,Venice Community Chest ratted $2,616.00. feasts

r I 1955 D Elected to Board of Directors, Venice Area Chamber of Commerce. Chairman of Retail Merchants ComO 't':1:

mittee. Strived to create Interest In new city buildings, unitary sewer system, paved streets, a new golf course,
I I l airport improvements, and other necessary city projects.
I I t 1956 n Chairmen of 3rd Annual Venice Bargain Days t

I l 1957 D Helped design new City Fire end Police Bldg. and new City Hell, and submitted color rendering to help

I I promote their construction. _
I j Q Elected to Board of Directors of Venice-Nokomit Rotary Club served at club treasurer

}!' ; I i .' 1958 D Elected to four year term on Venice City Council. STORE ROBBERY

:.,I I 1959 O Helped supervise conduction of new Police and Fire Bldg. and new City Hall. Cost of City Hall $60,000 a CE?

,1 1i' ' including parking area; coat of Police and Fire Bldg. $40,000. tii l
j O Helped organize successful 2 million dollar city bond issue for construction of sanitary sewer system, drainage Can me today for
I i I I system, and street paving program. r the Penood Touch
j I r 1 O Served et first treasure of Venice Area Activities Inc. Helped tell bonds end organize construction of the of Tsilored J otk4iontiL
11 i I present Venice High School Athletic Field. No cost to the City.
I I: I 1960 d President of Venice City Council during Initial year of Venice street paving and drainage program

I I II 1961 Q Designed and helped construct twenty foot diameter, fiberglass, Venice' High School 'Observatory built -

I to house new telescope purchased for High School by Venice Rotary Club. Original design studies for Ob-
I Moratory started 1958; $3,400 coat of Observatory financed through National Defense Education Act Funds. .and let us also glve'thanksAIr

: i No cost to City. ,
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the bunsen dignity which we enjoy as free individ
1 I' O Helped negotiate lease for Ringling Bros. Bamum & Bailey Circus property.
I bob. for the preservation of&the peace. . for the.
!? J I 1962 Q Much time spent on Inha-Coasfal Waterway negotiation prosperity of our gnat Nation..for it* thrifty and

I I : : 196? O Appointed Chairman Venice Beach Development Committee. Helped design and supervise construction of' eelf-reliant dtbsM...for our homes and the

!1 : new Venice Beach Pavilion. Final coat $45,000 encluding parking lot paving which wet postponed until '1964. .. # family, happiness tJbey bring', .. for the challenge .
i I. Q Appointed to Venice Water Bard Helped organize financing and construction details of new City Water ._of the unlimited opportunities which lie ahead.
i ,i Plant.

1 .It'l' O Appointed member of school planning committee- helped, develop comprehensive plan for future school t9 ..
: construction In City! of Venice. Three new buildings have |lust been completed.n I I,'
;l 1 I lf'' Elected Vice-Preiident. Friends of the Library of the Venice Area Inc. Helped establish gods for new Venice HEIDEN t

t Library. Helped establish $32,000 annual Venice there of County Library Funds. Such funds are wed for operation ST s 1EpAL

$I. ," ,jf t j, F, and maintenance of Library end purchase of new boo "( Insurance Agency ,

/i, "1964 0 Elected Chairmen, Venice Water Board. PMsiofc2TM
!!t "t/ ; O Appointed Chairmen of Venice Parade Float Committee Submitted working drawings and a full color rendering 105 E. Milan St. Venice

," l i :: of proposed "Gondola" float which will be completed early next veer.O .
Appointed to Venice City Council to fill out year, due to resignation of Mrs Celli.! PHONE 488-2491 .
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{, I I" 1965 O Candidate for 2 year term on Venice City Council Pleat vote Dee. lat.I .

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\Pilgrims Came TI he GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thun., Nov 26, I644-3

Over From Holland-Not England r .

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Pilgrims fathers, each one to
J. remember and asL bers. Only the carry 100 mem- grims and sailors were constantly i-age, Including a baby born on Instead they began their Thanksgiving days to celebrate I '
w' first Amer- strongest were youngest selected and soaked with rain and the ship and named Oceanua three days of Thanksgiving on victories and Holland a.leu I I II

I laluocaglving In Massa- the voyage, the for seawater. In addition the wind I They fmally landed on Nov. Dec. 13, 1621 just 13 months obaerved a national holiday of I
tfufc did not come di- pointed out. He also speaker and cold brought chills and 11 (now Armistice Day) al and two days after their arrival Thanksgiving to celebrate f
England to er ed since they did explain. (fever and halt the population Provincetown, Mass,, on Cape at Plymouth Rock their victory over Spain in VENICE SHOPPING CENTER W. VENICE AVE.
from persecution," the $12,000 to not have of the Mayflower died with, Cod's very tip of land. The Pilgrims had not as 1373. I ,-'
religious. Donis D. Patterson the 2 ships pay they the borrowed rentalon in three months of their arrival But they were still far from much to be thankful for as Moat surprising of all wa. $1.49 SIZEMAALOX I "
fi av] venlce-Nokomls HoI the their Intended destination, he we might imagine. Half of the fact that many if not all,
,, money by ;
Club Thursday at Fish. back the agreeing to pay 'Saints'It 1 added. Their patent or charter them had died; it had taken of the American Indian tribes SUSPENSION 89, I '
', Wharf Restaurant years money in seven might be apropos hereto issued by the Virginia them a long long time to put had the custom of "Thanks
? Rector of St. Mark's their crops giving, etc two-thirds for of state that these people Company granted them lands up their log buildings In their giving" ceremonies and were $1.19 SIZE I' I 9
[ Church In descrlb seven never referred to themselves farther south on or near the weakened physical conditiondue used to them. In fact it was
Thanksgiving day The as "Pilgrims. Their name Hudson River. The tides and to untold hardships; their Chief Massasoit who contributed CORICIDIN TABLETS 51'
.fIrst two .
ships the
"That battle was flower and the May- for the" little band was winds had carried the Mayflower storehouse caught fire while the five deer to the J
; earlier our Plymouth sailed from Speedwell 'Saints. The term Pilgrim many miles north of they were building; and their Pilgrims first Thanksgiving 930 SIZE
Leyden in July only came into with the .
usage their intended destination. brand new hospital was total celebraton.
from Leyden
ton some came 13 years after 1620 But in a few days the coming of the 18th Century However, they did make an ing destroyed by fire. Ha gave three reasons why EXCEDRIN TABLETS 59f = I I r-
,nd, from England." Speedwell sprang a series of when Americana looked back effort after landing, to travel At this point in his talk Mr. "Thanksgiving ought to and
flight New Slant leaks and finally had to re Into history and wanted a south to their proper grant Patterson surprised the Rotarians -can make the day one of far
gave Rotar- turn to Leyden with Its car. more specific title by whichto but the heavy fall and win by stating that although greater significance than Just $1.19 SIZEDEVIITTS !
speaker slant on the cirancea go of 100 Pilgrims with the remember them. ter winds prevented them and the Pilgrims celebrated eating pumpkin pie, going toIIrandmother'
s new surrounding the Mayflower sailing alone. They were also called Puritans they were compelled to stay the first Thanksgiving house and seeing PillS 73,
.! the Pilgrims to But the Mayflower was :also by many, but the title where they were. feast in America the custom the family once again"
LI n' of when he explained a leaky craft and during Pilgrim seem more appro. That first Thanksgiving of a Thanksgiving celebra- The first letters of his three $1.00 SIZE REG.ALBERTO .
1603 when the 66 day journey during the priate. feast of the Pilgrims was not tons was not new to them reasons, he explained were
it early VI as of Scotland months of September, October Mr. Patterson related many celebrated on the anniversary since the Kings of England TNT, "And when you have VO.5 6O -

,ded James the throne of Eng- and November, the Pil- Incidents of the ,66 day voy- of their landing. would proclaim special I TNT you have explosions; e e .

[ King James the First, things happening; excitementonce $1.60 SIZE '
as three predominant W.... again; light 'and brightness -
out were groups In England ," he pointed out. CLAIROL LOVING CARE 88
ofn "The first T stands for
a minority
were think. It U good to think
Catholics, a majority about those Pilgrims to whomwe $1.98 VALUE 15 OZ,
or EpiscopalH -
..njlicans owe so much. It is good
are called In HAIRSPRAY .79*
they'and of to call to mind their tenacity; .
(country a group their devotion to the Lord,
(inform their courage in the face of $2.00 SIZEHOME
last were a dissa tI. . a .
a "
.yaawar tremendous odds, he de
T .
people: they were disfi I ,awa clared. PERMANENT 99*
the morals of
g "The N stands for
lack of rellg .V yiii now.
and fervor, the as seen all to Ipl.c't i j n',"' 'M .d 11 Mw4' +41a One ought always to think of
the but
past then apply it
In the Church of Eng
the now-the present. Those
and a lack of purity oft qualities of life exemplifiedby UDICO ELECTRIC

H exemplified by soChristians. the Pilgrims and laudableand CAN OPENER
i worthy to be passed onto
e luch group of non-con- our children. Those are
ate lived in the Town what have made us the great & KNIFE SHARPENER

i rooby in Nottingham- nation we are and what shall ,
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(the area of Sherwood keep us great. It is a good 'I. ........
,Gt i) and the postmaster thing to remember our Goodly 10t d ut.... thsrN"
William Brewster whom ._
heritage and our Godly IYN to
... ..
jater know at Plymouth ambitions" he asserted. h ewNM n42h4g
!der Brewster he said "The last T stands for '.1" NN:

1607, the year Capt Thanksgiving. If we do thinkof
Smith set foot on land .. them way back when; if ..
the first settlement in we do think of making their PROCTOR-SILEX
rice that congregation of STORAGE AND MAINTENANCE BUILDINGS for county structure will contain office and maintenance space for lives meaningful to us now;
300 souls in Scroobj equipment have been completed as the first construction the handling and repair of county equipment. The 60 by I then we truly] must have a ss.i POP-UP TOASTER

ated to Holland inttt scheduled for the "South 40" complex. The long storage 80-foot building ii completely' fireproof, being constructedof real desire to be Thanksgiving : II :
of religious freedom, building at left will house vehicles not in use while the larger structural steel and metal siding. People," he said. W I I
pe from a degree of rei '>Q I< 99
,, persecution and in I ] I 't1"5! !

ill of more purity in re- I f : :
j,," he added. Bridqe Scores g. a '
J la Amsterdam Firstey Ow Peer w
settled first in : == 89.95 VALUEWorld's

erdam, then in the lit Bridie Studio, Nov. 16, Handley, 121. North-Soulh
[own of Leyden. But for 1.00: p.m. 2-Col. Ira Nelson and Myron 1-Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hand- ,

i,us reasons they still 1-A. G. tampoell: and Myron Schoenfeld 114. ley, 128. Restaurant '
not satisfied and by Schoenfeld, 81. J-Gen. L. H. Miller and W. 2-W. Prior and Gen. L, H. SpecialsFRIDAY Smallest
when they decided toe 2-Mr. and Mrs R. N. Prior, im. Miller. 113ft. It's the
to America, the congre Gould, 74MiS 4-Miss Ethel Morlaon and 3-Mr. and Mr. R. N. Gould, Table Radio .PANASONIC

n had grown to 1,000 -Mrs. D. A. Hathaway and Mrs. Harry Lawrence 105.: the
Fender and Mrs. -with
nbtn 72\
Mrs. C. C. Gardner, '
never, only 200 were se 4-Mrs. Elgin Morison and Esnt-West and Meadow East-West, 104 BAKED FISH ................................ 82c full-size soun""" .."7 Rt! ,tI II
-d to make the initial Mrs. Harry Lawrence, 1-Miss Lucy Journeav .1.1 no. not""'
the others were toe 71ft.Bridie. Mrs. C. E. Bryant 128. I-Mrs. James G. Kalec and SATURDAY 4a 4de.e/iNJ b. 1'i'En:: 'wCC ,wehitob4: =
later. Since they own- Studio, Nov. 16, 2-Mrs. James G. Kalec and Mrs. J. H. Morris, 99. VEAL CUTLET .............................82c: Nlww. that asawh s fteah walwne. ....
].> ships they rented two 7:30: p.m. Cot Vincent Dixon, 121. 2-Mr. and Mrs. Al Journeay e"dlJ. taw II scene Iran eras tray
3 Mrs. Fred Bridges and J. Jr., 95. SUNDAY -
ti thorn to the new land. Mrs. W. H. Namack and .,ry..rl.a
3-Mrs. C. and N. \
Mrs. W. Stulgls, 43""*. K. Hill, 1104.4Mrs. Patton E. Bryant ROAST BEEF .............................. 99c
K. 91.
J. H. Morris and Mrs a 1488
PALM i.-Mrs. E. Sciacchitano J. J. Nealon 107H. 4-Mrs. H. J. Ridlon and Mrs.L .
and Mrs May Bargas, Woman's Club Nov 19, .G. Lovelace 86,
Beauty Salon 43 Vv'
3-4-Mr's. Louis J. Unertle and North-South p.m. $24.fS VALUE

individual Mrs. Emmy Reilley, 41H. 1-Dr. R. F. Wilcox and Col.
styling and tinting 3-4-Mrs. Sarah Piper and Vincent Dixon 135
229 S, Trail Mrs J. J. Nealon, 4H4. 2-Mrs. James G. Kalec and SENIOR CITIZENS HEAR THIS RONSON ROTO-SHINE

NEXT TO BUS DEPOT Bridge Studio, Nov. 17, Mrs. C. E. Bryant, 128V4. ; SHOE
Ph. 488-250ft 7.SOpm.NorthSouth: 3-4-Mrs. R. N. Gould and P&O now offers you special low fare of $49 for S-S Florida 3 and 4 day cruises ELECTRIC POLISHER

Mildred Dougherty R. V. Mrs. J. J. Nealon 123.... to Nassau Fifty of 200 fint- \\III staterooms reserved for you on each cruise. C::alms wIN *H ttachnwntt. to
lN. K. Patton and 34Mrs. J. L. Cornwell andL. *.Iw IIM Your Mllm.hoN.ewh, truthM el>M Ninw tutftllirl .
V. Pittman, 1234.* i Join your friends for 3 or 4 days of pleasure and leisure shM l clrte Pick* w end

Eaet-West e.m-| MIU M NIMY ..,, /
WAYS 1-Mrs. Harry Lawrence and aboard the newly refurbished and redecorated S-S Florida /tINNN,
fOU CAN 3 Harry Reimer 134V4.
Eleanor Sciacchitano, 126.
On Auto InsuranceI.
I. LOW RATES Mr. Elgin Morison, 122'>41.Mr. .
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS 4- .. W. C. Bale and Mrs. VALUI
Bridie Nov 10,
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1-Mrs. K. W. Erickson and I GALA CRUISES


G. Campbell, 60V4.
Avenue 3-Mrs. Peter Olsen and Carl S-S FLORIDA ,
116 W. Venice Hauerbach, 5014.4Mrs DRYER

t-fV Telephone I : 48&2289, F. N. Mulhern and .
Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson 56 MIAMI Itawnt Dibntwrtt kettle Mr dryer; qY,
itN W* *. TMVH"*' Venice Contract Bridie Club TO NASSAUSPECIAL vlrk I posltio iwlNk. Del,,". 4..bIa t d
Nov ZO, 7:30 pm. Ilea b..Mt. 4D" leer Nell rfryw.Voniry ,
cow wit ..I..... WVip
"" LOW CRUISE FARE INCLUDES: I".1.,. One raw rcplocwMUt ,..,.*. V..
SENIOR CITIZENS e All meals-including f festive Cap al ;

SEE tain's Dinnerl e Full entertainment program

(Minimum Ages: -Cruise Director, floor shows,

Men 65 Women 62)) movies, games and prizes, calypso ft99 -H; I
bandl! e Captain's Cocktail Party!

Ma $4' 9* snacks e Continental! e Duty-free breatfattl shopping e on Midnight board! f 16,95 VALUE

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roe I AND I OAT CRUISESfcftetln .
lira JMIUUT HOTEL . docks at f '

18, ices ,,wpt mulllnn famous Bay Street ELEC. CORN POPPER
ut DMMntMT I
MobePrk see II u>4 SI, 1M4. In downtown Nassau ivJ
OLM a W.w NN.Iw.
rasa .rut b\ CINniel.N Y '

No, tar .M.M. ....dl.low....,.. N.o.w.. ..... ,Prlwe
aIN, ..... Nu.MN
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THAN $1.00 A DAY. .. .
Swimming Pool-Picnic
for pleasure
here now your
H+II-Shuffl.board r$ '
No Pets
Adults Only -
R..tricled to ,
Rentals Tarn Left at East Gate to Colonial Manor, I II

TELEPHONE 488.611$ FRIDAYS AT 4:45: PM e In Miami Ingraham :

DAY CRUISES SAIL i Garage while you'reon n I I

MONDAYS AT 4:45 PM cruiseVenice INSTAMATIC While Supplies Last I

100 1
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Travel Bureau By KODAK Right To Limit I; 'I 9

QUlllntitits. I I r

R. G. STEINER-Owner Now' ", 'x
Ir Federal Tax Where '

314 Venice Ave.', West Venice Florida $1093 1 Applicable. ) l' ;,

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/ GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla! 'url.,, Nov'<< 2F t"MI Belts
Word For Seat
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1 : 1 ti R/p As o'. l ln Too Late To ClassifyBy

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t tI RUSSELL KAY proven to be S9 per cent lee pad and It II up to the
tor seat b.ltaler.* than for let hlmlllf teurance ProVide 1II0t0t.

equipped my car with seat non-users. W.t
; ; six ;yean ago and I have The Cornell study estimate A Jew :
I : advocating them ever there would be at least a 23 dealers, ere cooper *

but It appears that the per cent reduction in deaths quipping every IT
:; snaan: or Tile ASSOCIATED Pees. rMEM U or tae rtoniDA runs ASSOCIATION animal Is apathetic among all occupant of cars they sell The AM W
\ involved In crashes U ,all however Polnftqof
it comes to taking even that the
1 ;' 11No wnertW Per It pnul.b' ' wtnr/. sun few .....bllea.... 01 .11 .... dl.>>_ _Itod M wearing. seat belts. seat InetaUa
/ .w M e.AereW _oed III'' ._. oM .... vast wbhi""d .h..... .u Mahn, 01 _b__ simplest action to provide were belts It only tbt go!
01w _.... Carelessness and lndI1fel'oence for
lYpsW.s an ass r and his loved ones step .Nees they
11No sm ... .bW daera wet.nt 01 ...._ It -" ... e.I I lit II protection against sud on the part of. drivers they are,elueless., are IIIei
r _t" '...1-.1t" __ W erltta _'._ t death or serious injury seem to be the principal The problem now U

hbllelleol E.... _d.. .wt niradip .err 11M4 E. Uaml. A must strange human problem. Some people are vince seat belt owners tea
t r atee.d a e.ss4. C'1I.1t_ AI Pr OtflM M 1m_ betas U the fact that surveys; careful to fasten eat belts their MW We
by automobile clubs when starting on a long trip of their driving hour *
'} :-. EDWARD D. BALL ...................................... Editor and Publisher. safety organizations show but won't bother with them !er for a neighborhood JuT"

I !" COURTNEY WILLIS ............................... .... Advertising Manager even among those who when 'Just lumping in the car S summer vacation C

; 0 SAM DILLON ............................. ..... News and Newsphoto Editor safety-minded enough to to go to the store statistic a few blocks show Like many motor .j III
f seats belts, fail to use away although careless about fastenii
u I I'I ROGER KILBY.......... ........................ Mechanical Superintendent that over SO per cent of our teat belt when I tlrst,,It
\ on Information In a accidents occur a short distance them Installed but
'1 'I SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $i 2i per year, $3 23 per six months, f3.78 1 survey by the Cornell from our homes; perlenclng an accident abet a

:I\ .,,\ per three months. 10 cent per copy Out of county $825 per year, ".U Laboratory the Driver who are conscientious , which I was fortunate ,t
per six months. $3 per three months.Adwunni Motor Club re- about checking the water to,have' been using oS

{ 110.._.... \ lit fnm ,._ Guiwlll 11. Aawrss 11- a.. that an estimated 5,' in their battery. or the air voided serious InJury
'I"( -...._ Hr* ,..... N uAUu.i ... C*. De.e Mrs s persons died in automo in their tires fall to display would hesitate to I
t ) accidents last year be- the same cautiousness whenit round the block without drl1t

1 : they did not use seat come to fastening their. ing,the simple u
: I We Are Thankful Today. eMMerida that were available. seat belts. fastening my belt.
same report reveals The decision of the automotive The old admonitionHL

: : BECAUSE live In which Fountain of' Youth. Florida sunshine has fray 9ap ( ., drivers In 54.000 acci: industry to install teat better to,be safe than: ion'certainly k
t i we an era in equipmenton ;
checked the belt standard
r Recommended Gasoline Additive survey a* applies to tht
despite the romantic glamour of yetter- made e truism of that famous phrase that they did use new car was an important of seat belts but we sun kZ.

year, has carved more niches In the record "Health, wealth and the pursuit of hap belts about one third of step forward, however alarge too many' motorists who im
' tune, yet the risk of ser percentage of can on ble on "sorrow" Instep
,, of echievements. In fashion
\\i, e equallyei piness. injury or death has been the road today are not equip-' playing It safe.
romantic ei those recorded: in any BECAUSE Florid. has the courage of

I' 4 ether period of history. Its conviction. Over the heads of those We Give Thanks Venice I Area Church Directorv I I1I0aTi

r. BECAUSE being alive in Florida meant who cheered e grudge, and grudged e

a : ;' being a part of the greatest empire building cheer, Florida still lifts Its smiles to mil- ST. MATHANrKL-S CHURCH EPisCOPAL POsT J.atoT

I I machinery which mortal I hand ever Ing skies and U keeping her promise.*. Tam OK W.CDO w Ste UababeaaM OfttMt 81ST II Psreemawe, N. aleana: 5hA raOW
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f turned loon for the betterment of civili Full-speed ahead. Parson To nub*taw_l ..11.-.. ::;nl.p-fl THMM;on J....tam, weSN*., Oiwltk
1 Bffta c.-....... M ease M res. al.nal Claw are
nation (The above was a front page editorial 1.nvINICS AaaN ...::etwaa..,
q I ;\ 1' BECAUSE there It no frost on the appearing in the VENICE NEWS In Its By' The REV. DONIS DEAN AII13I8LY or GOD Txrtll Cindy rwifewilife alb,' ; Htwtr, anew, 555 I'pa I .u

{ ''I t pumpkin in Florida. Ponce de Leon left Thanksgiving day Issue Nov 25, 1926. Rector, Saint Mark's Episeepal emla. IIJ Vlnw>-w.. P.Me Anu.sass. CIoeb R.b.e.k.... .Tnadup. Ill. IA

,', ,.i succeeding generations to rediscover his It's at valid today as it was 38 yeah ago.) Today we echo the words of thought. The wise quoted in their worship 1I..daD ral'e anhel'">eeM >Mrvniiw ........ TUMITT !MCTBODIST: CIUWWmMp
''I the Psalmist who wrote "We veys his harvest, .. But their thanking *..TiEMMANVBI. ..... ,>.. ass Wool.. ,"'..
: : give thanks to Thee 0 God; failures, and plan how "with their lips and not Wod.......... Pays Me sls'._eeea. irate(r tarttot Pett heave Cn or"""'" t'. .
_ ; : The Faith Of The Pilgrims we give thanks; We call on ter his procedure for the lives." wee Fix McmtUtf" I u
Thy name and recount Thy season. So it is with us ., it not be so with us. YENICeN00 WSTWODISPPsi. OfrM. ...rare reel tUJrisooFAt.
wondrous deeds." survey a year put, this Thanksgiving Dey; A_ It PeL.sWsesaMes . .
fl In e Thanksgiving message, Director J. lethargy, self-indulgence, and neglect of We recount specifically failures, and plan for a day of thinking of re Iner Mission
i : Edgar Hoover of the FBI'paid e moving duty. the wondrous deeds performed ful new year ahead : all the many.blessings 1-. MnMes 7.a hN a. oast At.S'.V5".
." .r, by our forefather who If you are familiar ... has bestowed upon u* s.p ... .ses
tribute to {the Pilgrims end the Ideals A cynical unthinking attitude such" .. aawk.wads LM era
first came to these shore tn Biblical time you this pest ;year. Too, .-aa y.... Pdrwsak, Ire. 1.c.
i they left to us. Then he said: Regrettably Mr..Hoover describes can, if ever it .becomes We give thank for their courage miliar with the prophet the strength of all the ea IOM. .APrIft' CIItJIaI
endurance, fortitude, and ed Malachi. The people back we do may it .. -. Ilea.
too Americans suicidalfor CKVC
no longer cereabout widespread enough, tUTKXBAM .
many prove TW .. Ctwta ,
( took life for of true thankfulness B OilhWlM,
examples: We give our gratitude day day ; ape at T..Ld 1WI 44 Urulor. ..,
religious Ideals end heritage. To this or any nation. All our material. to God for having madeit They had no special of recollection; of re- Th* **.. Cbutoe .. s..* .seedy' 6e'

r I some, our country Is a fantasyland filled abundance could not then save us from all possible And we call for anyone but the Lord's wondrous Qeeb veal. t.1I It L" .levee. a.LAEHam. ''- ease..... lady raises.ii

I with complimentary handouts of rights ultimate destruction as a free people. upon His name !in thanksgiving and took no ; and of rededlcation to LUTRDAJf ouR a,1e: ::;Tunes Peer::.t
and praise not only for thought for the God who I d tau u.a ave. ,....- owed seerMw.1e.lwt
)''r C:' end freedoms without obligations. With Those who forsake. duty ask for masters the'past but In behalf of the established their principles and practices) .'_ Mde4 6 Maus.11405 viep... .. MM" +M
patent indifference, they shirk the mere who will impose duty-the duty of sieves.The present and the future. Palestine Perhaps they have made our people W1e....... hl,55,0....a.eedy
Thanksgiving is a time for ed the thanks of the ,rpble. eel5 .... or TRB NAUUNI
suggestion of individual faith of the
responsibility Pilgrims
was never so .q5 V.-
rutsT CHURCH or aBIII1':
i I Their purpose in life Is lost in moralAgonizing greatly needed as it i Is today. SCIENTISTate *.* BM rWMl 01 JoctlM 4U4MI 41. iai til
1,ul W.* Vale* AMM
Vote. Bill lie pale ....
whv Swrto11 Uh IUr>" :M u,
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_ 1 : The Community School Wdnuay. S pa __ ... :
Reappraisal R.HUM BaMt te .-.. to 4 .w. w......, PnpeeNwUo. ne.
Alb pays ...... M4 .......... '* pea
: Hdn ,......_lrm. t tot.. _
.t President Johnson's landslide victory, meriion during the Harding-Coolidge- CATHOUO
( .J:1 1..." which was predicted wrote finis to one Hoover era. What i Is sure to happen cur- Your pret'A 0._ I AM Mwu Webba..ay seeks DrieD sal SUM k
I : ,. r of the bitterest campaigns of modern rently Is e struggle within the GOP between a....... ..41 ..... ,.....-.. 11I-1111
l' :" Wonkl Pe des 11 ie ..... k .. Os,. Gee,. w. werN.rap
times. Indeed the of the I W .<
very toughness the pro-Goldwater end the anti- M.Y.,16a -
t i political battles, not only at the presidential ! Goldw.ter factions. That, will be resolved By RON BRITTON, Member For example, the adult may be said of our vo "Bible MVBNTU Stxfri OAT filS pwdwd.r ADVBWT1STVU4ICLNOKOMIR .the aJL....'tOO... a.w/w.._. ION I5NMr .uO,41.5e. ,
t ; Saraaota County School Board cation program adult program. t .. .., 55.41 a.dy, sae lout
but at lesser levels, has been e one way or another, end the party will an extensive program a local tax standpoint ....... F.. as -I rue Pcep, as

I (! source of deep concern on the part of work at rebuilding. Lately we have had occasion Sarasota County since cost figure for this part of ,eawle.eUS.m..41 Paw. L 4 .-= La CAbVABT atrORMID CXUICIOf

numbers of persons. They fear that it Mr. Johnson and his Administration to hear and read about the before 'Community program was about $IS.- Para 1I..uoa.. ,w....... ore rCNICI GARDENS
may nail Monk Den
Community School program war heard of here is last year This is a r... "It a. .
have led to deep-seated divisions within meanwhile, have their work cut out for here in Sarasota County. As example of the function cost figure when you nUUBXTEUAMCBUKCH TU S.MW IIPruk s.A..s, i.tau Staum.... Pun
this which them with or concept community school. that 101 student 1IoertIJ. W nkli lliO ...
country may prove costly to most particularly In foreign policy. any program Hllbtari, D..rf A. aeew Cea.nap. Hrwului has -.5
that is relatively new many Anew program . from the adult high .
our prestige, and influence in There several
power e are ominous clouds on that uvv... awrsawSuedy
questions come to mind and "Reading for Fun an program in 1963 and tAFBAU/S. ROMAN CATHOLK
torn world. Time will tell as to that horizon. The Viet Nam shad., .... a.weekip CHURCH or CNGLCWOOD
been hours
situation has if unanswered may lead to course for children 8,000 people were in seedy. 1,0 ...,
end it be added that has misunderstanding and false signed to aid youngsters to some degree. r.II. Maus n. Ostia Hap. Wllllu r 1Ielf. taM
may time a going from bad to worse. The Communist ass w........ Mw, 5,44 as
information. have reading difficulties) have been most fortu anne :
habit of healing wounds, including the Vi.t w5aN ..S.. a.
i Cong grow constantly: bolder, es the Therefore I wish to try to to encourage good in the recreational area SAINT MARK :JfI&OO'AJo I

I political. attack on e major airfield which killed keep you apprised of the program habits in all children community school con .. Ads H aasate DHITBD CHURCH or usuiOONGBJCGATKUUt >>
Floods of words will be written in attempts and wounded e number of Americans end and hope I can inform early age. There are inasmuch as the Mott Tea CM. DMto-. DM* Paa.aeausa. .CHRIimAIItVAMMtUCAJ.
you of Its progress and putpose courses In both areas of Flint, Mich., .. AMD BtTORMSO1W :
: to explain the causes of the Johnson Vietnamese soldiers and .... BOT B. Roktrt seer. PkA.Sn.l.M .
destroyed or from time to time numerous to mention. given us $30,000 to try a tue aurrmt 01 ; .1......
i I I success. One thing Is sure-the President damaged 27 U. S. battle planes proves. Meanwhile, I ask that you shall hear of them from program for the next .boa" sae Bob t be IwU 'unpowlllHM a
I I President, has built. Not drop me a note If you have to time. ;years. In addition ..v. ", ". r =:: m w Votat. Gel l..r.Uoi C;M
any enormous only Viet Nam but Southeast Asia aced 5a du 01 tile rUa. u II a SwtefK
I 0 In any particular questions or An area that seems citizens of the county UIH 5., MeesSes Peeinp Sal ,.. ;.. sow wltk. iluM let Jew
f" advantages. He Is chief of state as is In peril. comment concerning this pro logical to m( la that of contributed monies to Lr.a IRd, eo...._ w 'n DM .a hl ur.> ,CAPS".i*1M

I well as candidate; he continues to wield NATO i is in trouble, due largely toDeGaullis gram. grams for the retired institute still more pro noasadp.r Hob 4 tea rel. ..Siuiuiln. M feMB O.s.01 OBpt Adult Ul4. Ml w% W'.*
j I the great of his office while the First, let me explain it as who moves to Sarasota The cost from local ... ..1__ m 541.5'. 551 55a4 ....... MS Shum SM.OHRISTIAM .
II' powers petition to the creation of I see it and perhaps you can ty from the north, pays dollar Is minimal at the DODD a. leloa L&, lunse tl.. -.. y.w -.
t campaign goes on; he has the White e Western nuclear defense force, end his see why I am interested in it here and is part-owner time. ruuJT or SArriST oernTrafl CHUBUI IOUTII nNICII: Mf'TMn1UN

I House for a sounding board; the "why apparent intention of playing along with and can Justify its existencein school facilities while are several ways we .... ,...__ 511415 ... '.1owDed ...
n. Maieesl.p
rock the boat?" element this county at present.We having children or finance the community The ....AnYO M. p pIAe.wweky .
his side. -
on the Russians. His ......... .
economic policies else
llao a.eusdv
: must acknowledge the dren within the schools. program in the future:, era1. Pus .... ....
If his opponent is to have any chance: of threaten the effectiveness, end perhaps fact that the citizens of Sarasota A community school many activities and truing' Weeblp U._. "It, It as.Tdslne poem etu CBVICl

I b success, he must find and develop issues even the existence, of the Common County own about $HI offer interesting and can be made all or nuts w...ssn. se pa crab lINT pMal
: j I which will have a decisive emotional I and Market. million worth of property and courses and programs self-sufficient; second, MI1 e .I p..rn.0 .''''d" ...:... :s:. Vees AesPee.
.. iNs W' CL W Para
i facilities in our public school these people for can hope to establish a
Intellectual impact on millions of unconv Finally, there is the new Soviet govern system and for the most part ment, recreation and foundation to finance Us TIll 110&0.... PAPTIT.CIAPEL. : weasw, is ya.1w IdseaIleal

I mitted voters. This is what Senator Gold. ment. Its chiefs have spoken some reassuring these valuable facilities are tion, making their ; third, tax monies .....--r-11 ....... .Al'TII1 VIIvlCI
water unable do. used about 180 days each year Sarasota County more the city county and ami* us monk) '_... 'OJ' YENICI'ilatw'
I was
'J words, so far as international affairs ,. for approximately eight! hours ingful and enjoyable.If could be utilized if the TOW SM xd.rweir... fM ) lied. Prativ.yS1
I i i i Indeed, there is much dissatisfaction are concerned, but there ere each day for their primary programs are so desire. aed.p kppr, h4 a.' eaat a.

I ;t en the part of newspapers and writers who doubt them. It Is clear that many their purpose which is to educateour logically and realistically any one of these Menl.e We.ey,11._.. 4,14. 11 asrddne .... -1.TnlilM, a.nS Uses
children. community school will can be used or a 111.: w-p, "It a.NId Maw 1eee. Cale p.w.1.
y supporting the c.ndidat'l-Ov.r the main will be refirm eub. Pee,. 1100&1.. Pnw Maae' Td
( purpose to the communist Now we must decide whether come a great asset to of all three. .. .. .
(I. : 'j.i conduct of the campaign. Issues, they feel, bloc of states, which has been or not we can agree to allow county ranking with the Important thing to re I lit r15ar sea -

I ] were not pinpointed and debated the further use of these and sand as) a drawing at this time is that ----- ---
( I'( end cracking at the teams and try to mend facilities to the owner-public for those tired of .". a two-yesr period al
i In
: Instead
I ( depth. they were blurred matters with Red China. It also Is clear after prescribed school hours, sleet and snow in the without cost to try the

tj I I and made Indistinct. Generalities were that the Moseow-Peiptng split was eprincipal should there be a logical use One of the first see what it is and th3 J best recipe for folks
t I often the order of the day. The nif.. for them. asked by the average whether we want It in
r ; It reason for Khrushchev's dismiss The Community School program is "how much does this 1 County as a partof moved to
I sharp choices that were expected at the al. And Soviet military might vastly compounds assumes that it is logical and how do we pay for community life newly

o t I beginning did not seem to meterialize. {he problem. Robert S. Allen to use our schools to the This is a good question urge you to partake of the
: I :I What will happen now to the Repub.I that utmost as long as its program valid one, ao I'll give as you bear of areas
I i ? reported Russia's armed forces does not interfere with the few answer a* I see Interest ;you and take ad- V.nlc.J' .

\ I Carl' party! Is a question of the hour. total 3,3'5,000 men of whom t 1,200000, school's academic functions.As In the first place, the ,. of this two-year; per

I I I There are pessimists who feel it may have face the NATO line, along with vest a matter of fact, one of cost of our adult to evaluate it for yourself. ; TaU one phone tall (or coupon Idol an4)
T i'I I t received death blow. 'does its primary functions Is to program is borne by the add< tettu with taMs of girt
I History not quantities of advanced end well be that you will '
equipment augment and extend the academic through the Minimum Informatlo .bout thi city, stir fo Pig
I bear out that view The two-party system weapons, nuclear end conventional, of all role of the school both dation program and you have a talent to con It : IN Hospitality, tid you'll hM a P";

j 1"" I J ;is as deeply' ingrained In American life kinds. with children and adults. from the participants. yourself. !j MM and .MlgMful welcome. Just

I :\ as anything could be. And parties, even The Impact ef event undoubtedly demands .,+.

: I (: I after severe defeats have e habit of com. Intensive examination of U. S. yl '

i r I Ing beck.: That was what the Democratsdid policy toward the world-and, very possibly Adult Classes WeJc

j j : ,;: 4 after long years of political I subi some "agonising reappraisels." o agon

. lhlf4: :I r 11" The Sarasota Community places and clauses for G.C.D. tests) at .

Quiet! School, Adult Division, announces Laurel School Port Charlotte So t Hut PII8 I rww eeeaarwrrl.srr.wa0k1IIEPICMR81 ---
the registration of Drapery and Slip Thursdays 7 to 9 p.M. --- .

;d, 'f,i :; "In quietness shall be your strength," g'ng'' power mown, the squeal of children . new classes In several Centers . Monday and Osprey Center 1

I : the Prophet Isaiah wrote in the Old Testament end whir of motor scooter 'In' the desiring for the to new register term persons should Tuesday to 10 p.m.and! ,Thursday p.m.on Wednesdays from T Use.tug covpuifa M n km.jwn fcinfnr '

l and tab words still have a special country-and there Is less end less of it- select the class which they 12 ..m.;, General Venice Center NAM' .

l'li' '% 'O, I ;J meaning fe 'us In the ,new world. the moo ef' the cow Is lost In the roar class desire meeting and register in at the the class first Classes Thursdays on, ( to Tuesdays 12 a.m. Tuesday from 7 to 10 ADDIfU'! j\ I

c i I J Quietness and I privacy: are harder and of engines' racing along the turnpike room. Classes are scheduledto 1 to 4 p.m. Bishop .I Spanish on Wednesday : ,. . '
.I harder to come by. In the city man's "Common quiet Is mankind's begin the week of Nov. 30, Basic Clothing on t to .12 ..m., or t to 4.: r
r concern, and will continue for D nM km tilt Wilctmt Wtfo Kecttst all *" H I
from 0 to and
12 .m.,- .
F I I'' t ears ere blasted by everything from construction wrote the poet John Dryden three centuries weeks or until March 1. For mediate from 1 to 4 p.m.Enclewood Venice., at the Sarasota Federal Pk* .to *.(6ONOOIIW i: I
; hammers to automobile horns, further information Evening Spanish 81110IIId I ? 1
ego Sir, it still I. contact Center I '' '' Mbierihi .to '
I .: end everywhere he turns, Is a follow human Knoiville, Tenn., the Sarasota Community Upholstery on ) on Wednesday* from 7 fill nit a e...ind. II"H't" t" CtrraWlo apt,,&ONOOU Ea 1 14Th. Ie Ip
la suburbia, the air Is rent with chug. News-Sentinel. School, 1001 S. Washington Wednesdays from 7 to p.m. at the Venice High
Blvd., phone 958-1332. The tar; General Education ( .



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.oveland's/ Activities Toldo The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie. Than, Nov U. 1964-S

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Kiwanis By Harrison /.... CIVE ME 11Pit I" 1tllftl' T Iblt I" Sfoite1NEKET \'I ':

i scientist to why have lame no children.definite only tirely by donations' and the Of other organisations.! TOO IUBBERI, ) FIRST n TIUNA 1m OF VENUE ,P I )

war people in the organUa-
a Betiding IB Future ,
KJ retarded, Ralph Hon n1ua.
, mentally that are PM are the The school hopes to have '0........9' + \
. k Harrison told member of school's two teacher, Mrs, Its own building in the future .3 ;* VENICE FLORIDA : \ l ".
e Venice Klw nU Club at Etta Bromlay and Mrs Nan and |3.000 ha been collected Rllt.! "mJ'' I PI {
4e Wednesday noon lunchPa Potlu fcach
4d r cy receive a toward the $23,000 building i II 1
meeting token salary ot $100 per fund. A lot for the location of *4 row HOME OWNED tunSPONSORS Mjjje'
1I.rrlllOlII 1 president of the month, tar below the pay of the school has
also been donated
4t outh Sarasota County AMO- school teachers, he said. by the County Commis, : i
oboe\ for Retarded Children The school has recently loners in the new "South 40" O A. : ::1'i
r Well 1 II seeking funds tot I been short of<< operating funds, and the Selby Foundation has 130 A !t I .
/ urrent operating'ekpene' atoveland he pointed cut, but since theurgent promised the school a grantof .
School. I need ha* been pub $10,000 providing they can
"It I Ia certainly not through Oiled sufficient funds have match It, he explained.In .
lack of !intelligence of par* oome in to keep the school
closing he invitation
1'I late," ha pointed out, "..lnctn' operating' few months issued an
orVnl to all to visit the '
of America' most out- more The Kiwanis I
landing surgeon hat two re- Club voted Harrison $100 for! school and set what It is doing / i J.
arded children and the late the school as have a number for the,retarded children. / / 4 j V,
' aim F. Kennedy had a re-

I arded That 1 II als why er."the late j>resl- Venice East News dI I i ,
I ent's father, Joseph P. Ken-
edy has given' generously to 11
eltrdcd schools. "But unfor-
i unately," he added, "we By, SALLY STUBBS
ave not been able to pry "
J im loose from his money." Miss Yvonne Wolanski paida Ice East home after three '
Some Parents Ashamed abort visit to her parents months in their summer t
Harrison explained thai' Mr and Mrs Frank Wolan home at Open Woods Lake, / I
here are at least 40 retarded ski last week. Her flight in Honeidale, Pa. They report ;
hildren in the area, but from New York somehow got !the dry summer brought even
I lany of these children have a little mixed up. She was more deer than usual to their
etn shielded by their par-' supposed to arrive in Sarasota lake and into the yards for
nti through shame of being at a certain time and spples. Although the lake was ,jI
he parents of 'a. retarded her parent were there to down two feet it IS 100 acres :,
hild get her but no Yvonne. They big so there still was plentyof ,
"But that la, the wrong at- came back to Venice East to water for the deer. The /
a lode since a great many of await word and received a Carvers entertained many of /
here children can be helped call that she was in Miami their friends and relatives ,
1h.. school la laci during She had been put on the during the summer. Paying ':
the short time the school has wrong flight and could fly visits to their lake home
xen In operation two of the back to Tampa so to Tampa were Mrs Carver's sister
hildren have been put back Airport went the Wolanski's Miss Ann Clark from Nut-
In public school," he said "If The 170 miles they: had traveled ley, N.J.; her brother and I Ij !
hey had not been put in the to get her took longer wife Mr. and Mrs. Herbert O OF PRIZES ;
xnreland School they would than her jet trip down. At Clark from Scranton, Pa;
till be in the closet so to the en4 of the week Yvonne their daughter's family the
peak," he added. flew back to Endicott N.Y. James Stelnbacker's and j
Harrison explained Love- where she is taking a coursein their children Susan and Jim-

and School only gets the beauty culture. mle from Portville, NY. $ SAVINGS $ ETA SAVINGS SAVINGS tl,
House guests from West a
children that have no other -+- 10 $25 I
place to go since,they cannot A visitor at the home of Reading, Pa. were Mr. and ACCOUNT DU ACCOUNT ACCOUNT
attend the public schools. Mr*. James Walker and Mrs
Capt. surd Mrs John ;Blevlruof
Enrollment .,'12 Elwood Robert from
122 Venice East Blvd.
At present, the school which Pfc John Blevina Jr. John was town, 'pa. The Carvers left AND MANY OTHER TREASURES
Is held from 9 a.rn noon,
fO: Just graduated from the Special their home for a short visit t''
five days a week, in the
Methodist Force: school at Fort In Montclatre. New, Jersey WHAT IT
Venice Nokomis
Bragg, N.C. and 11 I his
Church, has Children: Hemphaslzed Way to Monterrey, Calif where' they attended the wedding [r"K"! J KCP- STANDS FOR! ; 'r
that if there are where bets< being sent to the of their cousin Miss ,
any more retarded (children ,Language Elaine Robinson Mr. Harold "
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6- The Gm'fOllER Venice, r-Ie.! ThIll'S., Nov 26, 1964h Author Will Demonstrate
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I',h ; Art Assn. To See Building Model I':(:fottings: Women's Edit** Table-Settings At Dec. 3 '

f Phone items to 488-4808 Garden Club .MeetingAuthor

At First Fall Meeting Monday --
Full today of thanks for our of return dates before she :Mrs Earl tau of ter Park Planni,
i.. blessings and of turkey and left. Winter Park, whose bookon and U treasurer of Com1l\ItUt\
all the !lain'", we can lit -0- "Teaching Table Techniquea da Flowers the l'1orj.
Members of VenlceNokomls back this afternoon and begin Absent from the Thanksgiving ," was released Oct. 15, Committee. Arrangtluellt
L!I Art Assn. will see a scale at- to peruse the harbinger of festive board home at the today War-is will speak here at a meeting She Is a student
Henderson judge
Christmas ,, already ren
of vk' the season tile d
model replica the proposedclub Henderson's mother, of Venice Garden Club on National Council
building at the first fall r and peeking arriving from in store the One Mrs.Mrs. Charles H. Schurr. She Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. at Venice den', Clubs and has gluts Gar.leo.
of the
.1 meeting group Monday Nokomis Methodist Church. tore demonstrations
of the nicest and earliest and daughter Mimi have gone on
.1 i "
at 8pm. at First Federal Her subject will be "Easy setting
-we've seen is the hand- to visit the L. A. Schurrs throughout the Ioutb,
Savings and Loan AlBn.r Does It." She will present d east In. April
painted floral Invitations the (Mrs Schurr's son) in Shaker she gave
Plans for the season's Men's Garden Club is sending Heights Ohio. Present are 19 table demonstrations of program!) at the Florida cw tilt.
:: shows, demonstrations and out for their Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Emersonwho settings and flower arrange cil of Flower Show j judges
I activities will be discussed by Party on Dec. 12. Harold have known State Sen. ments. These will include tables Its annual ,meeting at
I the president, Ed Gerberich, Hayes painted the water-color Henderson since he was 10-! for formal and,Informal Mrs. Lau's floral desire,
at the meeting. luncheons, buffets and dinners have appeared
.\ decoration and R. E. Draggoo years-old. In both 1'101'0
II The season will include two did the personalized names. _0- I including holiday settings Ida and National CouDell'
? sidewalk shows, three demon. That's an awfully nice group Duchess and Robert Hodsonare for Christmas and other Flowers Arrangement
'1 strations, a juried members' of men in that club, and they home for the holiday, have ,occasions. dars. She Is a tri-coior
I' show and an allmembershow. seem to have a lot of fun together ing arrived last Bight at her : Members may bring guests Award 'of Distinction Int
of .1) parent's, Mr. and Mrs O. M. and the guest fee 'will! be (1. and has WInner
l Plans for the proposed -0- Williamson. They will split Mrs. Lau came to"' Florida won state aware
I !\'' i building, already presented to There are as many family their weekend visit betweenher as a child from Dayton Ohio for Flowers Show schedule
t the board, were drawn by parties today as there are and his parents, the Rob- and was educated In Florida and\ shows.
vy Architect Charles Mink, AIA, people, it seems. One that Intrigued ert Hodson Seniors. Bob Jr. !sin schools ,and at Florida State
M a member of the club. President us is at the home of school at University of University She is a life mem -
I Gerberich constructedthe busy Peggy (Mrs. M. C.) Florida In Gainesville The
ber of Florida Federation of
model which is completewith Thomas on South Harbor young couple will leave Sunday I
Gardens Clubs and has servedas O
furnishings and miniature rive. Knowing she'd be evening. president and flower show a
paintings in all media pushed during the week, she -.0-
school chairman of her home
and styles done by board did a "dry run" on Sunday Col. and Mrs. William E. .
1\\ members for the gallery. and her table was well in Kaley tried hard to persuade club in Winter Park. She has
Miniature sculpture by Leila order long before the cook. their daughter, Mrs. David also served on the Federation WCALLSHOULDTBUW
,, Watlington is featured in the ing started. Today's guestsare Pelter of Fort Riley, Kan., Board of Directors the Wins GRATEFUL BC ,
building replica also. the Jay Odells and the to extend her visit through to LIVIN65tABUNDANTLY
The model will be presented THE WORK OF ART Art Aim. President will be exhibited for the first time at the Bill Wards of Manasota Key. day but her Army Captain I
to Venice City Council with I Edgar Gerberich, center, created In hit scale, Association meeting Monday. Architect is -0- husband out-talked them. She der:
I a request for assistance in Association Art Center Charles Meek, e member of the artiit's Another happy gathering Isat has been with them for almost 'u t
model of the
future location and will be on the home of the George four weeks while he was AN GlVlg
exhibit in the lobby of Sarasota : building i it being admired by board mem- group. Cromptons of Armada Road on maneuvers and brought ''Wfrf.r/ f rjolblerriSERlSOF ,

p, .I Federal Savings and bert, Mr. Vas Kalec end Ted Howell. It His brother and sister-in-law, with her daughters Jennifer, rAt He r opicow"s
Loan Assn.Building. Mr. and Mu. Davis H. 1, and Victoria, 3. Both girls
plans will begin Rockwood Bullard, Norman' walk show at Venice Shopping School. The All-member showis rompton: .i"t' Worcester, were born in Stuttgart, Germany Atto.uhlphq'I". ,-
I during this season. Patton, William Way.. Mrs. I Center on Dec. S Ted Howellis planned for March 21 at lass, arrived today (aftera and their grandparents
Board members of the 200- Leila Watlington, Mrs. Cla in charge.On Sarasota Federal Savings and stop-over in Sarasota) to haven't had too much time : .'
I member club are Gerberich, rice Shaffer, Mrs. Elsie Par- Jan. ( there will be a Loan Assn. and also in be here through the Christ. with them since the Pelters ..............
Dr Gerald Stryker, Miss Ethel rott, Lou Mahoney and Jack demonstration at Venice Civic March, the second sidewalk mas holidays. Other guests have returned to the United
I Morison, Mrs. Vee Kalec, Kail. Center by Richard Boyle, oil show will be held. Date and are Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold I States. Nevertheless, Mrs. I ?
Mrs Dorothea Thompson, First event will be a sideleave portraitist.On place will be announced lat. Ellis of Manasota Key, Mr. Pelter and the girls had to : -
I I Ted Howell Charles Mink Feb. 3, Eugene White, er by Rockwood Bullard, and Mrs. Oswald Fonos, new leave Sunday
,aea e. oil impressionist, will give a chairman. residents of Manasota Key ....0- 488-4488;;
landscape demonstr a t Ion. Mrs. Dorothea Thompson is from Elizabeth N. J, and Dr. and Mrs. Jarl! Malwin
White teaches at Manatee ,in charge; of the demonstra Carlos Heymann of Sarasota. wanted a sister for their three
i Arts League in Bradenton. tions. Mrs. Crompton was trying boys, aged 7, 6 end 3, and GREEN'S
The juried members' showis Only 1964 and 1965 memo earlier in the week to persuade now they have one. Daughter FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
the set for Feb. 7 at First National bers will be permitted to participate her house guest, Mrs. roger was born Friday at _
Bank of Venice, with In the shows. I Edward! Williams of Lake Sarasota Memorial Hospital. lIE
Gerberich in charge. On The Association is a City. to remain with her --- Member, Chamber of Commerce
r aspirin March 3 a third demonstration elgh oweek..old baby until after Mrs. Lewis A. Eaton and ,
in abstract art will be the dinner, so perhaps. she her houseguest, Mrs. Ernest I SERVICE
to us.. given by Elden Rowland, Manatee Sarasota mern'l too is there.Incidentally. Russell of Erie, Pa., are I, Heating and Air Conditioning
teacher at Hilton Leech Art Inc. -.0- spending today with rs.Eaton' I Heating & Air Conditioning Installation
we heard a brother in Cocoa
couple of weeks ago that Beach. They left on Monday"to Gas Ranges Water Heaters
ZDRIVE A Junior Sections Will Have George Crompton hadn't see Florida" on the way I! Free Estimate _
missed a Harvard-Yale game over Mrs. Russell is mother
I No Job Too Too Smell
8(4( or
In and he verified .
many years in-law of Mrs. Eaton's daugh.ter
4 Dinner Dancemore the fact on his return this Mrs. Ernest Russell Jr. I l 263 S. Trait.. Venice Ph. 488-2271
NEW CAR Christmas week from the game Satur- -..0-
day (Harvard won, 18-14)). He A family party at the home
Plans are now being com than $i and the gifts Is a member of the class of of the Joe Gerards of 306 N,
( pleted for the annual Christ will be numbered and corresponding 920 and saw his first gameat Nassau Is in progress today.
RENTAl mas dinner-dance for memo numbers will be Harvard in 1909 when 1211Amerlcans Their recent guests, Hr. and
bers and guests of the Venice. drawn by the participants appeared on Mrs. Willard Dresback of /
C'" Nokomis Woman's Club, Junior Gifts will be drawn and opened the field. He has not missed a Detroit and Mr. and Mrs Loren -
I Section. one at a time, and the re- game since 1912, Saturday being Rittenhouse of ,Tucker, JAMES T BLALOCK AGENCY INC
i The dance will be on Dec. cepient of any subsequent gift his fiftieth. His father, Ga., had to return to their ,
LEASE or RENT 3 at Cyro's Venetian Moon may exchange his gift with George Crompton, was president homes before the holiday. n duraggcEdobhsbad.
with cocktails at 7.00: p.m., one previously drawn if de. of the Harvard Athletic -..0-
and after sired. Assn. at one time. Bride-elect Miss Denise 1929
I' dinner at 7:30: dancing
DAY WEEK MONTH YEARESTIL'S dinner. Dress will be Mrs. Luther Luck Is general -o-- Brown and her fiance, Ralph 243 W. VENICE AVE.
formal and semi-formal. chairman for the evening. Mrs. Ann Lord left Mondayfor Anderson, are in Chicago this VENICE. FLORIDA
A highlight of the evening Reservations should be madeno a visit with friends in Boston weekend as guests of Denlse's Select and Consult led.
: Rent-A-Car will be an exchange of later than Dec. 3, by call Mass. She expects to return aunts Mrs. Lewis T. Kasperand PHONE an
I "crazy" gifts Each person ing Mrs. James Hill at 488- sometime before Christ Mrs Leonard L. Little. pendent Insurance Agent at YOV48U79
[attending is asked to bring 6318. Cost for the steak dinner mas, but was so busy with They are being entertained ata I would your Doctor or Lawyer.
,A 215 S. TRAIL PH. 488-6541 a wrapped gift costing no will be $3.15. plans she had no time to think formal dinner party and
shower at one of the down-
town hotels today. Denise's

A DAY FOR - WOOLWORTH'St'i mother which. With couldn't them are remember his sis-
ter from Indianapolis. The I j
two will be married during ELECTRI'CAtCONSTRUCTION
et rad. the Christmas holidays here.
Both are Juniors at the University -
of Tennessee in Knoxville. .
1I oomm .

I Guests on.the weekend at
I *1J4t 1I the home of Dr. and Mrs. LIGITINGSUPPLIES;
Zf'Z'VALUMINUM Luther Luck were Mr. and
r r"r c' Mrs. James M. Burns of
I i. Clearwater: former residents. ANDERSON ELEC1'BIt Inc.Base .
II They will be back the Dec. 8
weekend for the VeniceNokomis ft Cockrlll Streets, Phone 4884794TJ
4' Tell Woman's Club Junior
et Reg. 4.98 4.59 Section dinner-dance.
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0 '9.99 NPC Fin Dept. Atu.
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: Elects/ Officers/ Monday

MOTORIZED reg. 5.95COLORWHEEL Election of 1956 officers
i will take place at a meeting
Sin of North Port Charlotte Volunteer -

,IFl Fire Dept. Assn.,
( FOR HOME OR COMMERCIAL USE Monday at 7:30: pm. at the
: ;n NPC Community Center. .
REG. 2.98 President Hubert McKlb-.
I I''I ben will be In charge

4;, I MUSICALBELL Rummage Sale/ Saturday

I .
The Women's Fellowship of
''i I'' Venice United Church of
I III 1 ) Christ will have a rummagesale
I v at 247 W. Venice Ave.
I Saturday from 10 sin to fp.m.
I I i iI $2.59\\ Mrs. Thomas W Marvin
1 I will be in charge
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::1 ,, r I i r GULF THEATERToday
; Saturdayone
j see our complete ; show nightly; at 7:15

\ I.; .. This year more then ever 0 v CHRISTMAS Elizabeth Taylor
I I I'i' andRichard

: .j ,I,, Thanksgiving Day has a special significance for, us. It marks DISPLAY! Burton'

,: If the beginning of our 40th year of service to the good : I i "CLEOPATRA"Kiddie In "V"' neck wait length I jar

j I ,I ( ( i people of the Venice-Nolomii area. 4 Matinee with : contrasting 'Knit i( 'turtledickey

(1) Saturday 2 P.m. / tailored for
I; !1 )I s For these many years we have served as an integral part .OUR "TARZAN THE! : Expertly "

;l t i15 j of this community. These years have been marked by continued MAGNIFICENT"Tropical "your;contort'sr' : .,

it : i' growth and expansion made possible by the people FREE- I Drive-.13fI 1.95the

': !} of the area who have placed their fait!. 'm our institution. i J Today thru Saturday
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The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Uurt., Nov. 26, 1964-7
BEALL'S __ __ I :

Season's Activities With ...- ttCkee
Host To District MeetRt '...

f.. .
Twelfth Anniversary EventA e e i i
New 1r's I i iC
Rev. James W. Henry W. Blackburn, Conference Argentina, who U ,of /ras
I pastor I
of Lakeland, Metho- director of church ex First Methodist Church of special Twelfth Anniversary The weekly dances, which ,. I j :
fop of Florida, will tension, and The Rev. A. A. Buenos Aires, Argentina, district Program will mark the draw the, :largest; public attendance "I"1\O 1 ''I
r eMethodisttChurch Hedberg, Conference mission. auperlntendent of East opening of the All States Club the area, are held S.ocis. : :: I
j ary secretary. The major ad. Buenos Aires District and season at a dance Dec. 1 at throughout the winter and : .:' lV I
'aT when the church' ii dress will be delivered by Dr, field treasurer in Argentinafor 8 p.m, at Venice Civic Center. spring season. ,Information \\v 1 (t -.t H \ :
,the annualConference. Victor Rankin, missionary to the Division of World Mir Mrs O. L, Mahon, club may be obtained by calling I -
... done He served ai a missionary founder and member of the Mrs. O. I* Mahon or Mrs C. <
conference will con- in Cuba from 1851 board of directors, will be in L. Elliott -n\ ,
,t ,m. Duane Zollerdl through 1960. charge. Election of officers will be =* \...' I, ,
The Rev. Bishop Henley li in his aec- There will be round and held Dec 10 and plans for the .. ( ; .4
be In business ses- and four-year term aa Bishopof square dancing, door prizes 1964-85 season will be madeat ._ "' .. , N
roughout the morning. Florida. The Episcopal and refreshments. The publics that meeting. Each Thursday 4N4.( '
Bishop will speak at residence invited. a different state will be .Q. / ) I: I
was recently changed '
.. and lunch will be iew from Jacksonville to Lakeland honored and former residentsof ../ I'
at noon'at the church where Florida Methodism Holds that state take part in a
Venetian Court Yf//td8
y>member of 'the Worn. ..y1p headquarters are now grand march.Emmanuel > 5 : ,.
ociety for Christian Sec.4th located. Bishop Henley was Friends Night Tomorrow 1
,', Mn Frank,, Ferrec formerly pastor of. West End
Methodist Church in Nashville "Friends Night" will be observed Lutheran Sets 1J\ / brIghten t
e ternoon busineea sei,111 Tenn at the Venetian Court
for 15 before
begin at 1:15: p.m. his election? to bishop.years Order of Amaranth, meeting Two Communion Services; r I'' :
Frank L. Martin, t., Sarasota tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the your ?
ev The District
ct Superintendent, wills formed 13 years ago and Ven-was Masonic Temple. Holy Communion will be I oIidays .' : 'I I1bi ,
at both business sei30 ice-Nokomis Methodist Mrs Nellie Walker, royal celebrated at both the 8:15: I I j j1Qe r
Church matron, and Charles Shaw, and 10:30: a.m services at :
p,m. The Rev. John for is serving the first as time.hostchurch royal patron, will preside.A Emmanuel Lutheran Church W I Ioljd ;
"Silent Auction" will beheld Sunday to the Q \\
gley, District director There are 58 Methodist according pas .
.._. after the meeting and tor, The Rev. Charles I. '" ear?
snon, will present a pro- churches in the District. + the t
refreshments will be served. Rowe. II
on "Adventures In Mis.Speakers The Rev. John Lewis Jonesis : ay I IWOZlS
"< wUKt Dr. BISHOP JAMES W. HENLEY host pastor.Senior .Rich aevrtextures'in f

Acreage Lots Homes Investments Mobile Homes ::1 J

Women's Circl-es Citizens Business Opportunity '
sbyterian : BROCADES a; ,
.. ,
Elect Officers RONALD ARONERaliaterN f WOOLS ?
Id December Meet lues. '

nen's Circles of Venice- 'Mrs. H. T. Adams, Bible Wednesday / '. 1 DOUBLE/ KNITS ; r:

nil Presbyterian Churqh; I moderator. Nomination and election of REAL ESTATE
eet Tuesday Circle Nine, at the home of 1965: officers is on the Venice L CHOICE I Ii
-!lee One, Two''SlX: and Mrs Herbert Walker of 825 Area Senior Citizens agendafor lrok rSOI OF DRESSES j
will meet at 10 a,m., Armada Road, South, with their meeting Wednesdayat Villa Dr. P. O, Box 263
., Four at noon' Circles .Irs.. David Rattray as co. 1:30 p.m. at Venice Civic Venice, Fla. PH. 4884163TIME \\ 2 pC, DRESSES ;' ;
Five and Nine at 1.30 hostess; Mrs Frederick Clever Center
Circle Seven at 8 Bible moderator.
Circle Seven at the homeof Mrs. E. A. Kukkuck will be Ii SUITS.j I
In of I
charge refreshments
dings will be held: Mrs. Allen B. Simmons of '
cle One, at the home of 305 Hillview Road, Venice welcome.and all senior citizens are P Never 1,
John R. Hogan of 717 Gardens; Mrs L. M Dank A Seiectlo I /
cia Road; Miss Cath- lets, Bible moderator. Plans will be completed at n Populor ,!At 'f 1
Huntsman,Bible mode- AU women Interested In this meeting for the club'sanniversary Prices :; t
I :
Presbyterian' fellowship are on Dec. j ,
clt Two at the home of Invited. 15. IT'S ".v" ., lS7kL' '
Lewis A. Eaton of 102
Blvd., North, Mrs. Ivan ; tIt's .
*--"A' !/ v
arter, co-hostess; Mrs Nocturne Hour Epiphany Names ,; )11'1'
k Gleason, Bible mode- -" : !:- )

cle Six, at the home of Club To Hear Guild Hostesses 1 The Suit
Myron McGlynn of 452 Biggest '
rock Blvd, Venice Gar- Duets And Solos Hostesses for the Epiphany
Bible will be . ty
: study a ICathnll.- Church) Guild's! annual

d cle table Eight discussion., at the homers will Nocturne have a program Hour Music of violin Club I I Tuesday Christmas are announced Luncheon todayby I A TIME FOR GIVING THANKS.The Year In History!
Norman L. Force ofSouth I co-chairmen Mrs. Jerry
selections and vocal solos at a
Park Blvd Mrs.Evers staff of Dick &. Meadows
; Cellura and Mrs. Daniel
meeting Dec. 8 .t the Laurel You'll marvel at the selection on our
Bible modera-
; Shores home of Mr. and Mrs.J. I Walsh
K. Hill The 'luncheon will be in the I Pharmacy join together In wishingyou racks now Fine Wools . Wanted
cle Four at the home of The program, arranged by church hall at 12:30: p.m. Its a HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Knits . Brocades. . Novelties.
Fred Trebour of til
I Mrs. Valerie McKeithen and for members only
ra; Mrs. Earl D. Edge, Hostesses will be Mes-
Mrs Marcy Renick, will feature I
moderator.cle several violin duets by dames Oliver Collett, Henry Budget
1 099 3299
Three, afc the home Mrs. Parker T. Haynes and larrlnger, W. I. Brown, John Priced \ to a '
rs. Charles Gibbens of Mrs. Don Hauke and vocal >'Hearn, John Delvac R. G i
Mango St., Mrs Qibbens selections by Mrs Carl Haw McKenzie and Miss Dorothy
Iso give the Bible study Brands love because
erbach. Mrs Halsted Hill will Gale. you
231 W. Venice Ave.
role Five at the home of Mrs Haynes and Reservations may be made \
John A. Johnston of Mrs.accompany Hauke. by> calling Mrs. Dorothy Venice Medical Center of better fit, value.
Colonia Lane, Nokomis; There will be group singingof Shadduck at 488-4429 or Mrs
Christmas carols duringthe Irene Burns at 4884440. \ ..
evening. Betty Barclay-Windsor c ; a \

Named Forever Young-Berkshire ,

For Social Bridge BILL PHILLIPS FORD Carol Lee-Parkshire ,

TAILORSFROM Mesdames Glenn McLeary, Career Casuals-Cintura

THE ARCADE Maurice Weigler will Marr be and hostesses Joseph at FORD DEALER Cay Artley-Toni Todd ' '9t

to 231 W. MIAMI Club Venice 1 Nokomis at bridge the club.Wednesdayat Woman's T r GiViNBS Westover-Classic Lady I /

AVENUE Members and their guests to mention a few I
Invited. There will be refreshments -
Just West of Riwlei are '
J J and door prizes. We bring you only the top styles and

values from each line.

More in size/
1 your ,

SKILLETRESTAURANT i'6OFORDDoor Berweens-8 to 20-12to 1 24 Vi '

Petites I
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$895.00 v E.... Clean SPECIAL VALUES FOR FRI. & SAT.

n Special Offer Auto. Tram $695.00 \ r'Cannon

$795.00 \>... .
Chicken 22 44Thirsty
Basket Big x WITH PANTS


e r fb Frwd"Friet. '. Hot Rolls. r lb. Cola Slaw Air Conditioned- $295.00 I / 2 For $100 DOTS SOLIDS STRIPES t tIf \

Aa ORDERS PACKEfT'lN j :'! FOIL: DINED BUCKETelsphone M 63 METEOR 2.99' SALE 25333c
488.5075 '62 METRO J, V8Autom perfect 89c each, and they dogive

Ahead $795.00 Y +ie Transmission perfect service "
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READYI! miler Only 1,000 Actual Miles .
owner '
Once again/ "n/oy.OMT/ 601' '6iscbas wW whipped' $1595.00 53c 73e i''V!

potatoes ,and reaefoo/ei.' / 54 CHEVY pickup


Macaroni' Cole I
FRUBaked and Cheese creamy '' 2 to 3 Times These Prices
law l hot buttered vegetable, hot Buttered roll 70c 62, PLYMOUTH Originally
All the Fish You Ca Eat -, golden brown filets, Conv. $995.00
french fries, cole slaw,' hot ,buttered,roll ..... 79CT i.'

_Baked Pork Chop, .- apple sauce,'whPped, '64 Volkswagen Fine Nylons For Self-Gifts

M Potatoes, brown,. ..battered........H vegetable... ... .. 8C $1395.00 r'64 TRIUMPH 1 a Choose them from larger stocks. !I ... I :

1ON-B.k.d Fresh Meat Loaf tomato MU.e, I
potatoes, "hot buttered veget.ble, hot '63 HILLMAN Black with Red S' FRUIT OF LOOM '
whipped roll,,, ,,....... .,.._..,-.... ." ....":., .. .- 7SC'UES $995.00 Interior 99" v '
< Chlc en 'n Yellow Rlce-natutal gravy, $1795.00 t A style for every need f :
. 80cWED0
roll" .
hot buttered vegetable, hot buttered
|. Fashioned Beef, Stew with fresh; vege- "61 OLDS F-85 Quality" ,

tubers cobs islaw' hot buttered roll . ,. . .. 78CHURS $995.00 v ,, dERKSHIREz sions FROM ;

_Baked Salisbury SteaUnion gravy, whip- Auto. Trans, R & HOne _, I 1.35t
.d buttered vegetable, hot buttered owner
P Potatoei, hot ;
roll .. .a..a..a.v a
AH the ChiVketi i ;You Can Eat -.French ,
col. .Iaw, hot buttered roll ....." ", SScW.T"GR BILL PHILLIPS FORD MEAL'S f ti


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,- News.Oi Activities In North Port Charlotte Area'" ... 1.1 III 4 "::1:1ylllarru.rlt.

[", newly elected. Peterson Charlotte needed More to willing help with hands Completion are- persons hiving graduated or Contributions to the United up. This would include Veterans Miss Ella Schramm, deanery Haley. giving Day service at 9:30: t ..
h. North Port of the Nativity Scene I I attended an Institution of Fund in North Port Charlotte of all wars. Any veteran chairman of Catholic Mrs. Romeyn Utley and a.m. 1 ,
,e Aun will be Installed Ject In time for the Christmas pro. for higher terming arc eligible I I amounted to $400 this year interested in such a Charities, was the guest Mrs. John Washwell presided Members and guests win I ,
M next meeting bn Dec. season. Several of the lithographed membership. This meeting which, according to Mr. group, contact Frank Rod- speaker last Monday at the at the tea table decorated gather this afternoon at the)
animals have been- will be a workshop In Claude E. Kean, chairman, man, phone 426-1038 or Wil South County Epiphany Guild with glade and mums. Community Center for their
,ecte lion were Mr. Claire C. at the Community year and residents - Port Charlotte. held at the Warm Mineral chairman of the tea and the dish turkey dinner to be served .
08, president; H. Lee Old- ter. Ladies are also needed Cen- ice, Englewood: comln'l I The need for an all Veterans A meeting date will be es- Springs Mission. others serving on the com at 3:00: p.m. and an after o
[ first: vice-president; help with the paplermache Springs also And Trailer organization in this area .abllshed and announced lat-I byTh3 meeting was attended mittee were the president, noon of fellowship. The committee
,'C. Abranu, second vice- figures and wire coat invited to attend. has recently been pointed er. I members and guests Mrs. Robert Peterson, Mrs. I In charge consists of \I
dent: Mildred Clute, sec- are still In demand.hangers The- including Mrs Arthur Van William A. Garvey, Mrs. W. Mrs. Gordon Bland, chairman / i
rY; and Robert -Rocks, men working on these figures LiB, president of the Epiphany D. Kennedy, Mrs. Paul Heil. ; Mrs. Ruth McWilliams,
8urer. are Claire Coons, Carl Meyer, Guild in Venice. Other Ig, Mrs Marie Kuehl, Mrs. chairman; Mrs Wilfred .;
e new board of directors Lee Oldham and Lloyd Bald guests were Mrs Genevieve Martin Brick, Mrs. J. T. Churchill and Mrs. Phillip ,i
Shannon, Mrs Stella Detch- WIsch and Mrs. Paul Palme-
jdes: Carl 'Meyer Louis win. They have put In Search. '
melke Claude K e a n, hours drawing and many emendy, Mr. Catherine ter. Next meeting is Dec. 21. I
lj Baldwin, Kenneth these figures at the forming I Brown, Mrs Carolyn C. The First Presbyterian I The four Circles will pro-
?(,, Robert Orr Jr., and House on Pan American Scout RfUk 1av Streva and Mrs. Clarence W. : Church will hold a Thanks I vide the food.

leY A. Nelson. Boulevard where the project I ,.

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York and New Jersey gathered -
50 strong last Wednesday c..... your mobilo bans" portonol I property, end. porionol llobilify. Cavern. Ion eoutod. by : '
evening Nov. 18, at the f"., llghinino, windtorm, hail, .plo.ion, rio 1 tivll eommorioi" , foiling orrorofr. voKielot, .I i
Community Center for their imoko" vondtlitni" ", .IIi.., nllchiof, !tK.ft.! (oiling objoctl, wafer damage. from. plumbing, *r k
second meeting. This group hooting lyitomi" blowing up of wotor hoolor, glass breakage, frooiing'ond" oloctrieol domigoto i
t is In the process of organizing opplioncoi. / r
in January. Mr. Albert Coll Cort'li illghtly hi'hoe. outtld of fire protoetion.NOTEi I

served as master of ceremonies 5 MO.ILE NOMI CA5.PORTE. '
Maguire at the meeting. Maggie t CABANA, ETC: S 4.000' S cans s S.OOO' '10.000' ;I E!
announced the next CONTENTS 1.200 1,100 2.400 JOOO I
I meeting on Wednesday, Dec. CHECK FOR NEW VENICE CHURCH SITEin Herrick, board chairman. of the Sarasota LIABILITY s0,000 .
{ Christmas 18, will be a covered dish the amount of $4,000 ti presented to board church. The new Venic church sHe !II located COST PER YEAR 10SO S51 IO.O. 6: 2S.0. : 311'
party and a grab- members of the First Christian Church of on East Venice Avenue just cast of the ."
This policy hoi NO DEDUCTIBLE. II providoi "finr doU. oovon,o for claims" Iran'ony
l I bag.All former residents of New Venice by their counterpart from the First city limits. The Rev. G. M. Peery, pastor of anus liit.d obo.. Wo adjust claims promptly end issue claim" right In. westfia.
!. York and New Jersey are invited Christian Church of Sarasot Pictured from the Venice church now conducting services Wo are the Eicluiive egont for this Iniaronco comptny" In the Venice A.... .
to meet with the group left are Richard McClellan, treasurer, and In the Masonic Temple, said work on the '
J. W. In the evening Charles Clemmons, chairman of the board new sanctuary is expected to begin next N a/a,_ '7f.1 AlaINC.* II* W. Venice AVI. ,
PLUMBING CO. -o- of the Venice church, Ted Carlson, chairmanof spring. '7 ViZV GO m. 488-2289
Members of the University the BW church committee, and
rbOl' Uqhrs! On Tne Trail Club will meet next Wednesday Larry

010 EQUIPPED TRUCKS I Dec. 2 at 7:30: p.m. at .
PHONE 488-4450 the Community Center. Any ;:

Venice Gardens e NOW ROLLING IN.


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Entertainment! By: AILEEN GERDTS So place your order now for delivery on the beautiful new kind of '65 Chevrolet t ,
Top Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hack- tyn of Pomelo Drive will entertain -
., t ett of 1649 Juniper Dr, have friends on Thanksgiving that's right for you!
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s sT sr returned from a vacation at Day. Their guests will be I Ir
Chokoloskee. They were joined Mr. and Mrs Walter Johns, It r
by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs Walter Gelss- t II
;, Scott of Venice. Both couplet ser, and Mr. and Mrs. War r
reported good catches oj ren Egbert who will soon I
reds, and wonderful weather. move into their new home on ,
On 'wWTh.OINaCN East Shade Drive.
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Happy Thanksgiving Dayto
Mrs. Robert
Craig of 356 all.
Shamrock Blvd entertainedat ._
a coffee last Wednesday
Those who enjoyed her gracious x
hospitality, besides her North Port
sister Mrs. W. A. Thompsonof
a a is awiw xraua
+eub Lwr.N Englewood, were Mesdames -
aapkpkW Austin i Pinkstaff CharlottePersonals '65 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coup I
Charles Rash Robert Byrd.

ttA VICTOR Entertainment Center and George Gerdts. Most of '65 Chevrolet Impala It's longer, lower, ear wondering why it didn't think of them first Even
take coffee -
us a mid-morning wider-with comforts that'll have many an expensive Chevrolet's Jet-smooth ride Is smoother. rr
it Is -
break and much !
tiwiafdALL-CHANNEL COLOR TV so .. __ ,0- ._ -
$875 nicer to do it in- a group. f
Mr. and Mrs William
S e a Swart on Los Rios Street hadas
FM-AM RADIO their guests their son and !
Mr. and Mrs Albin Johnson his wife, Mr and Mrs Wil-
Alto( available with FM Storeo Radio,Mark 10 Series HF.854) of Glen Oak Road have liam Gleason, from East Boa-
their son and his family visitIng ton, and Mrs. Gleason's
'G/ THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS them over the Thanksgiving brother, Clifford Joyce a
week. Special Agent building contractor from Sauces -
and Mrs. Merle King, and Mass William is an
ACTION TV Inc. their daughters Dawn, Di- Army engineer in Boston,
anne, and Kelley drove here ...0-
from Los Angeles via New Mr and Mrs Art Lux from
1863 SOUTH TRAIL, SOUTH VENICE-PH. 488-4574 York, visiting friends on the Overland Park, Kan., are the
way. houseguests of Mr. and Mrs.
NO BETTER PRICES ANYWHERE a e e nue The two couples have /
been enjoying boating, golfIng -
WHY GO ELSEWHERE? Mr and MM. Ernest Mar.. and visiting the numerous 'IS ChnelU Maiib Super Sport Coupe

place of interest her on the

Gulf Coast. .. '65 Chevelle Malibu Brand new last year- With a range! of six engines noW available, including /

Mr. and Mrs..0- William A. It', even newer this year. Smoother, quieter going. VS's that come on up to 350 hp strong.

Garvey on Marius Road left ..'
this week for Charleston, S.
a C., where they will spend
with their ,, auala..asea.rra
Thanksgiving Day
son William Jr., and his family
They were especially anxious .J
q to see their one and only

V' young grandson, Peter .JI. .

i Church YouthTo I.

Wash CarsA .

n;? benefit car wash will be
sponsored Saturday by the
United Church of Christ
n Youth Fellowship at the Coin ,
: Car Wash on Bahama Street '$5 Chevy n Nova {Door Sedan
behind the bus station. f

cars The from youth 9 group a.m. until will wash 2 p. '65 Chevy Nova It doesn't look or move power of any car its size, including VS's available with I I

m. at $1.50 per car. Car wash like a thrifty car-it just saves like one.Widest range of up to 300 bp. That's right-300. ' r
chairmen are Doug. Olson and I Iwnq i'
Don Raymond.
+ "Y t
Jones ElectedBy

E'wood Vets \ ". ... I ')I.. 'r." ."'
Loan Team! a I;
Meet Our League Leading ENGLEWOOD Arthur M. ;
Jones was elected commander ..
of the Englewood Barracks
2744, World War One Veterans I
We have a great bunch of pros at the sign of the Golden Eagle. at. a meeting last Wednesday -

Let them call the I
They're experienced, efficient, understanding. Others named are John I
Brejeck, senior vice-commander '
will a winner.
signals from the opening whistle and your loan ; William H. Schultz,

Accept no substitute Demand that one of our big varsity team Junior. Mortimer vice-commander quartermaster; RayH. ; Near Conair Corn Sport Coups ....:,. ...

Charles W. Walter, judge ad-
members talks to you\ about your loan plans MM vocate; Powhatan Green, '65 Corvalr COI"S3 It's racier, It's roomier- available in the new Corsas. Also'quicker steering,
chaplain and E. R. Bacon, a
trustee for three years. it's a Corvair revolution all over again. Up to 180 hp surer stopping and flatter riding.q

attended Approximately the election 50 members meet- More to see. more to try in die cars more people Ivy i

Ing.guests Also, William present A. Frampton were two Order a new Chevrolet" Chevette, Chevy U, Corsair. or Corvette now at your dealer's

SARASOTA assistant deputy chief of staffof ._ ..._ ,.. --.........-......... .. ., '
the Department of Florida .9868S.
Mn W r) and Frank Rodman who lethe
senior vice commander of : t
savings and loan **oolalon( the Third District DUNCAN CHEVROLET : '

Use some of the fat when
GULF GATE VENICE you chop left over cooked It i +f
ASKS SOUTH GATE ID taut AT I11QINrt PORt r0. Nil la TAIIIIIII JUt corned beef for hash. Give U.S. 41 AND VENICEENGLEWOOD ,
10 tnet AT In, the hash plenty of time in a '
the frying pan to develop that ROAD PHONE 488-30471.. } ,,

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Lima Beans Four 10
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: D'E".. 'f K Tomatoes 2 Sfe:: 25

t' i I Large Eggs Boast Meal or Grits M I! SAVEI J9.Satsup 2 :ul:& 25

il Boneless 5 1& :I ge Jumbo Pies . 16 es.Pkg.UndtTwYourChoin.. 29'
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I Dus. Opportunities Situations Wanted I GONDOLIER Venice Fie. Tnuri., Nov. 26 1944-11 I.

I CLASSIFIED Refilling SPARE:and TIME collecting INCOME mon I BOOKKEEPING your office. 23 at years horn ex or Legal Legal i J ,

ADS perience. Writ Box 2, Laurel. L
In this area. No lel1ln,. Female HelpWanted JOINT AIRPORr'itONmO HOARD IN RFi ESTATE OF .' "
II To qualify you must have car Notlee z'z'o; that the Joint --.... Probate Pile. Vn. ToW ,' .
references Airport Venice Air. .
$600 to $1900 cash. NOTiri TO CREDITOR
CLASSIFIED ADS Houses For Seven port, ...."tu.... numiant M Chapter TO ALL CREDITOM: AND PERSONS .
Sale Real Estate Rental twelve hours weeklycan MORE TUPPERWARE III, Florida I.:1.: : : : baa re* HAVING CLAIMS OR PE. 1
CASH RATES I net excellent monthly In. DEALERS ARE NEEDED) calved the .. ZonlnlGommleeion MeNDs AGAINST SAID BSTATSl

HOUSE fOR BALE!: or Rent, AN INCOME, Smell C. B.j HOUSE AT 712 GROVELANDfor come More full time For Housewives wishing to add to Chapter, appointed and that a punuent penile hoar.Int toeald = to are tIle hereby any?..or ond oemaoil re. j
Buy for balance of mort- personal Interview write I will' be .held thereon .kr the nnder.lined : pe. p., ',,- -,. .
12.Word Minimum gage and small modern guest house rent or buy with small WINDSOR the family Income, demon. Board. at tho Cite Rail In v.... tell Si ALRCRT V. SLATs. DOPP45. ':
down p.y. carpeted furnished DISTRIBUTING attractive Ice Florida, on tho Uth .... of Do.comber. .
10x50 Mobile down tratlnf practical
rn.nt : payment and pay balance IM* OT oarewKo rvrrtam inj
balance COMPANY a N. IM4. ., lift .. at which
.1 rent the ofnoe
? of Ron JOHN T. ORAHAM. 1
ONE INSERTION Oil heatIng; automatic 9x35!! cabana, carport. as rent. Has new central A.VE'I PITTSBURGH money saving TUPPER. I IJ_ ... ._ .11 se7.sr5nsml .- Cent* Jodie .hi too County
PA. :
488.1321. Tel. Lovely landscaping 2 lots total oil heating, modern kitchen WARE. Nationally advertisedand m Court Roue at ......... Florida .
Word 15202. Include phone number. U'S Sm',, ,*e4.RICHARD wllhln nil oalondnr ntonthe from the
8c Per 100x115 Put 2nd Mobile or and two bedrooms. Tel 488- has terrific customer acceptance I V. WOLF, tt.le.aa. d.te of tho fire* ynblloM4o ... thloEaeh '

LARGE NEW HOME 238 house on one, water septic 1321. and demand. For l:. I.iorAlK:1hvro1'l. N :s-. I
Piazza tanks on each. Mobile INTERESTED IN INSUR. further Information writeTUPPERWARE A : ); olalm' ... nemand rose W fawrltlnr.
Venice 3 ond hi doplloatot otoM
SUNDAY AND THURSDAY bedrooms 2 on River Blvd. Call owner, 3 ROOM FURNISHED Apart. ANCE BUSINESS? Have P. O. BOX I JOHN .. HOGAN the plaoo l ot roilornoi and :::1 offloooddrea.
baths central ..., .
heating, air cond 488-1931, Venice ment, $83 yearly $100 sea 3-20 insurance license avail 11188, St. Petersburg or call' A. nnd. lonlnc_.t. Board" chI far JointAirport Venice of the Claimant, ehall. bo
FloridaBEAUTIFUL eworn to by too Claimant hto
70c Each sonal. Convenient to Venice able. Write K. L., Box 748, 3444331 Airport.Fnbllehl .eS
488-24 Room. .Call after I p.m. Ph. PRIVATE HOME, in Venice beach and shopping. Call 474- Venice. . OJ... M, 9... II, 1544.NOTICX i: ':all II attorney.Tl fllln I i*ih.ll"J: J J

2 blocks to Beach Ca. 2569. STENOGRAPHER or dicta claim or demand not eo filed ehall boold. II I' '
Each Additional Word : The flllnr fee mar bo odded to
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2 BR. 2-BATH sino Beautifully and testily Misc. phone-typist. Part time.Private the amount :of . ", and elalm formemay .;

---' -' home on canal close, to decorated. :S bed rooms 2 2 APARTMENTS furnished. For Sale home. 488-4152. .. 10 0.h...PUBLIC... ness.HURINONotl. ........., .. Judm bo office.obtained from the Gossip I I. .

",., AMI AI ltC$. *W t" ..k..(. Florida Bay baths. Lge. living room, On Done Bay. By year or See, lOot of the Cod of Ordinance., OTTO 0 .
then II S ennrt. of II oonti room sunken living season Boat dock and fish DUMONT HI-FIDELITY, Cite of Venice. ":. CltCouncil Exoentor of the Eatat of 0
Sne lor OM InnorUon: M onto n room with parquet dining area. G.E. Electric Male Holp' Wanted of ,.l3 r\dlllthhldt"o set'II. j"
floor ex- Albert V Bl.te rMoeaMd.Attornoyt "
.for o.>k t Mortlop taereeftarewelte . tra ,kitchen dishwasher built-In In,. For appointment call cord Player $40. Excellent hearlnc ., the. Clip H.ll en Do.eemher Braewell A Brown,
A >h.... .. U wow I In large* *ara''. Only' 488-4698. ultar, $12. 488-6130. I t, IM4 ot It0 .... for toepnrpoo. Drt Jnekenn. Bradford.1H !
noi4 tho Conilnllor" P. O.tTuimbtr $2,500 down 14900. HAZEL mixer. Lge. Lanai with of ._1.. noon opplleottonof A.......... 'orb" ._,..,.
la roplloi) to olnmlflodt tropical plants and barb.. the following area to .b. reaonedfrom . ...
I. CONN, Broker. Ph. 488-3242 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, fur POLAROID LAND Electric HIGH SCHOOL Rl to RtlLou :- 1'1. 05. 15. II. DoL I. 1504.

or 488-5994 evenings. Cue Complete, linens, good Eye Camera. Used 3 times. GRADUATEARE '. T, I, S end II. Rloek' 104-A,
CLASSIFIED DISPUYM china and silverware Will nished, Laurel. Florida Reasonable I v.. .'. Fork Settle* 01 Ventae. Flo*.
BEST rent for room. $70 monthly. No pets or Phone 488-1868. THB COUNTY ronrms COOls.
BUY ON :3 winter months. ldo.Puhll.h .
Inch :$].OC kr order tin Clip Oouo IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY
) Edition, per THE WATER BOAT Price $2,500. Ref. nchan,. children. 488-3918. ANTIQUES Curly Maple, YOU .IL" PI.ORIDAEeteU .

oth Edition per Inch. ,$3.50 DOCK LIKE NEW. ON THE BEACH at Casey four post rope bed. Mahogany I Interested In a career with ciew BARRY dm0.Psblhh .W.. HAOIR Deeea of,,ALBERT Prohato V. STATS File No.. TMI

2 Bedrooms 2 Baths ed.REN' chest of drawers. Phone )i.... I' U. 116"IN The Btal of Florida to .11 prnoa.lnt u
Key, 1 and 2 bedroom a company which offers good .ra t.d .In 5... ..I... of .aid de-
LINER ADS Florida Room. : OR SELL' :3 Bed. 474-1774. while oedentlilv
apartments. Seasonal $1,000 wages are beingtrained
Central Alrcondition and room home In Nokomls you THIS: COUNTY lU)011!: mUST.ON Ye:,, .. 54510,4 th.a S cell.I. .I
and $1,200. Call Don Heath ? ...
$1.30 Per 'InchCANCELLATION Heat close to STAUFFER Reducing Ma. ANO roa "ASOTA COUNTY I tropr.5 p..nln" to 0. the
Built-in Oven schools, church .. _.
Range 488-2151 or 4886688.ATTRACTIVE chine In It you are 18 to 28 years of FLORIDA. IN FROBATK.Il 5.0 .11I .sa'nosS 45 l1 d \
--::...,.. Birch Cabinets _. Nicely and stores. Docking prlvl.I perfect condition. age we have Immediate Moi Betal. of 5,5. hll boon ad..lttel to I. 'I
Phone .l,5C..0.
Landscaped I ledges. Partly furnished. STUDIO 488-4379 after 4 p.m. L. W. VAN HOOGLANDDoneeed ...... .
Large Lot. Type In Venice offering auto No. Till Yon .rc .. eopp..dd cithis r
or '.'.nd.. ....,'h. from .... date of
Truly Super Buy at -a $65 monthly. furnished apartment with NOT1CB OP PHOBATK
ADJUSTMENT Only I . PLANTS FOR SALE malic ,wage Increases, paid mil STATS OF FLORIDA TO ALT. 5.. font pobiketlo.. .t this ants'roPe 0..
$14.899. private cabana on Casey Key, Loquat-plum ......... .25 vacations, hospitalization, life PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE 55 ..1' onset s,4 ..... __. 1
'for cancellation CHIPS JOHNSON CORNER LOT In Gulf View Call 488-4848. ESTATE OF SAID DFrEDENTl If .np yes oss. .hp 5.. sets.0 1
lICIuestt . Realtor Coral vine ,,,. .... 25 Insurance and pension plan. sold oonrt In admlttlni eald will toPubllih
became of 306 West Venice Ave. section of Venice. Sewer- Wax Myrtle in Von are hereer BotlfM that I ar"hsle: ,hsId' .45 .tmd ,ss5ci.
r adjuitment error 1 BEDROOM .. .35 Apply person 9 a m. to wrltteoj .Inetrumeat .."., rtlnt to be
made for Phone 488-2241 water-paved street 2 blocks furnished Strawberry guava, 2-ft. .50 5 p.m. at the Sarasota Office the. I... will and tcetamrat of o>ld JOHN T O"AHAM.
uit be Thursday Cet, 31,4..
apartment. Near Nokomis .
to Gulf .t ha. bom ndmltted to probat -
and Civic Center.
ONDOLIER BEFORE S 2 BEDROOM Beach. Fireball Polnsetti . .ft.00 Personnel Office, 1717 Golf in eelo own.You Roposse Cro,5 STeeN..
pin COTTAGE for $38WFF. Good fishing. Phone Orange & Grapefruit $2.50 St. oro .korobr commanded. within Nor. It. I*. 5*: Deo. I. 1W4.
n Monday. For Sunday GON. sale Reasonable. Call 4881872. o 'o 488-5127. Cut-leaf ill calendar tnjntho from tho date

lOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m. oruriday. I. CORNER BUSINESS LOTon FURNISHED :3 ROOMS and Holly bushes Philodendron. . .. . .35$0 GENERAL TELEPHONE of 5. .pr th. flrat 5. MI'publication_..s and of shoe thto _notlcort TWELFTH IN THE r g"lLcg'" :. illT. .
E. Venice It .., .. .... .hp SM a,00n or III'
IF YOU ARE SHOPPING for bath. Menendes Apartments, MELROY'S NURSERY COMPANY OP FLORIDA. ... In admlttlni oald" will to pro- IN CHAVCFRY. j
modern in traffic potential 500'% In. 517 Menende St.UNFURNISHED. Laurel Florida. eat* ihould' not .,..nil nnrOYoked.JOHN GERTRUDE L. FHELAN,
a City, the utmost An equal opportunityemployer.
1. GRAHAM. Coiintr JodieSaraenta
Phone 4883125 crease Only $5000. Terms Plaintiff
in comfort, neatnessand o o o Turn east at Laurel Road County, Florida. ... Ca No. 14,15
quality close DUPLEX in Pnhll.hf Nnr. 1C M, p.. B, ID, 1M4 WILUAH PAUL PrTELAN,
stores, SALE and turn right at 3rd road.
Due to death In Bayshore Estates. Phone I1.fro4sLNOTICE
Houses For Sale hospital and beach, family lovely modem 2 488-3182. TRUCK DRIVER Fsyload- IN AND FOR IARA80TA COUNTY.FLORIDA. TO DFFTNn
you should not miss seeing FOOD FREEZER 14-cublc IN PROBATE TOt wIlLIAM pout. 1I0T
B.R. 2 Bath Home in er. Over 21 'ViN"i..i.:
this lovely bedroom Gulf foot excellent condition years. IN RKt ESTATE OP )SET5OPOI.ITAN I

CITY OF VENICE home. Central heat and, 2 bath air.con'd. View section of Venice. Reverse 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, nicely $75; Baby Bed good condition, ent resident. Phone perman-I WILLIAM DANIEL. Frobate IRVING.Deeoaaed Fllo .N o. 7XM YOU BRONX ARE II HEREBY NEW YORK NOTIFTTOthat

beautiful Nokomis Ave. ., dishwasher. cycle air-conditioning furnished. Season. Ronald $10. Phone 488-2718 between 9 NOTlrll TO CREDITORS n complaint for divorce he. .
On disposal __ .
filed ,
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and heatln Pets rou loS are j
2 Bedroom 1 Bath home' built-in stove, plus re'rlfra. place, V. Arone, Registered Real Estate a.m. 5 p.m. HAVING CLAIIIIII OR DEMANDs ....1... to "S S "'- of .oSPon. ,
porch, garage. Landscaped Broker 488-4163. AGAINsT lAID FOTATR ..or or pltadlnt to the ......'- ,. i ii
with Florida room, living tor. Loads of cabinets and many large trees. Special FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS. A.K.C. REGISTERED MINI. You .na .beebe .45815,4 ... _ul.... i, the plaintiff 'F'J. Ftaone.n I''
storage. This ... OS,. nnd laphordlnr, Fnwer
with custom-built
room fireplace dining ATURE PINCHER to tile .p .1.1. m d55o4 .hl.h
30 day sale price 17500. Fuel oil deliveries. S&H puppies a Lleht 'BulMlnr P O. Boi 1IM
home 3 ROOM air conditioned efficiency. C.. may .have avalnat tho Eo. .. of
room, kitchen. City water 1st. time on mkt. Can o Green Stamps. Standard Call 488-5012 after 5 p.m. Willis,,, Daniel Irvlnir. Deoeaeeil, 'late Venice, Florida. and file. ho ortttnelin.wvr
sewer, sidewalk paved give possession short notice.A Yearly or season of Saraeota Count. Florida I In the of- or plredlne: In the office' oftho
real PAUL E. NOWLAND, al. Adults. Two fifty-one Nas- Heating Service. Across from flee of H.... JOHN T. GRAHAM Tlrrk of the Circuit: Cost 5.-.. ,
street. Beautifully landscaped buy. Terms can be arranged Broker fire station 4884052. Mobile HomesSee Sara.ota Countr Jed.., I In the C..,.. CIa Cou.'". Florida on or before tho
A real buy at 12900. .Save $1000.00 by dealing nau (corner Pensacola). I It Court He... at 11.... ., Florida 2< dar of D.........., 1014. If rou fall
Phone 488-1231 Ithln el l. calendar' ,month. from thi to do is. doareo ,
direct. Unfurn. or turn. -Planos_ of tho SIpS publication of ..... mote.,. will: dd-r: uoloet .E ;
VENICE GARDENS to move right In. Call 488. LIKE NEW 2 BEDROOMS Steinway Knabe Everett VAGABONDTEAKWOOD "etti .. s-c the rellrf, 5 In the .
Wo .lain demon. o5 ....., .Ve Inwr.b" plaint.
3943. dining room porch, or
2 Bedrooms. 1ft baths RentalsFOR George Steck Winter Cable -, and 5 In duplicate I ahall .t... DONE nnd ORrRFD nt .Sareenta.Ranuoui .
Central heat Florida oort. Oil heat. South! Creek, Nelson Fayette S. Cable at the p0.. .. ot reeldrnee, and put office Crn n,., Florida ... II dar !
room, 2 BEDROOM, 2 Baths, near I <75 per month. Inquire 1902 ..d... of the Claimant .hall) be of Novemh-r. 1004. ;
attractive features In Hallett & Davis DON & ROBBIE W. A. WYNNE. ;
many RENT .worn lebyth.CI45eooLhl. went
Gulf. :
By appointment. 519 Sarasota.BEAUTIFULLY : .
Ivinhoe Tlerk of Clmilt Coart.Barannta.
Musette i hi. .ttornerl hob aeoompanleil
his well home. Priced Players MOBILE HOMES or .
kept Gulf St. Venice. Countr. Florida.
2 or 3 or 4 BEDROOM HOME I a asia filing! and anr auch
at only $13,500 Pianola Players 809 S. Tamlaml Trail.VENICE ,leI.. ., or 415.04 ,. 18045 .5.11. 0.roN. COONS:. HAZEN: a IHPHODDINa, i 4
Completely furnished 2-BR FURNISH. -organ_ Th. lOUSe ,.. 5,57 be .drd 5o Florida Power Llrht Bulldlni.? .
] lots Beach Park. Each homo 2 1 ,... ... of .. V..I.. Florida. 1
plus BR oloim and
adjoining ED 2 bedroom .u.
?xlOO ft. Paved. street. New "Th. Palms" New efficiencies on Allen. Lowrey Ph. 488-3414 form. m..x bo .btal..... from tho County Publleht Nov 0,, M. Deo. 5. 10. ]....
which can ,be I Nokomis Ave. Available forth
I Jude.. otrir.CATHERINE.
Priced under $3,000 each. COMPLETE SELECTION OF The Finest In Mobile Homes

. . Two b.l rooms two baths"' used be as 3rd and 4th bedrooms season References exchanged REBUILT RECONDITION.ED os Athdl.5e.trI.SPAIQHT.1 tho, ,,"'.. TO REGISTER NOTICe or FICTITIOUS iNTPrmou NAME

FRANK C. RAEBURN. N.w Design o New Features lot mo yearly rented out. All for $125 Realtor .Phone Byron 488-4706.Marble, AND FULLY GUARANTEED MOBILE HOME OWNERS D.r otoi WIlls-os.... Donlol 1"1.. that The .,'.nl.n'" do ..-,Va-unm oertlfr

Realtor Large Lot o Paved Street Furnished 3-room apt. In PIANOS AND CAN SAVE INSURANCES I Attorn.I STAIR AND DEAN n't..i.d.I-I.O'I; ; :. Weet.
liT N..U RtroH,
251 W. Venice Ave. No City Taie I Venice. Season $500 ORGANS 11 WITH NEW MOBILE P O. Bo. 1I7S, .r..t..ILk. under' Saloi the flrtltlone and the nemo VoId

hones!: 488-1600 or 488.2849 Several nice cottages for Wanted To Rent FROM $125. HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE vol"., firm la compoaed of the fotlowlnff 1' '
'Florida's Largest Music Co.' !! N-v "5 t< tit H. 10. 1M4 ,
Aeaeii Lane Palms"
'seasonal rental POUCYExe1I1 ,.. .
'ENICE GARDENS. 2 Bedrooms U.S. 41 to Albee Road, to HAZEL I. CONN Broker EFFICIENCY or equivalentfor MUSIC IYI with Edge-Van AND POa SARASOTA COUNTY, G.-l.IM.'li ., P. O. Bos 1114.Venice '

2 Baths sewingoom Shore Road follow signs. I PHONE 480342UNFURNISHED husband and wife. Dec. 1301 1st St.. Orsdale FLORIDA IN PROBATE: Fin.HT.ld i
; OpP. Florida Theatre Agency. IN RE:i ESTATE OP n... P. 0. Bo. III4.
10 to
March 80. Write J. K .
dining room living Example U W. VAN HOOGLANDDrnonrf Venire Fla.
Sell or Duplication Open Thurs. &. Fri. till .
.. Box 746, Venice. Give details. 9pm Ppb.t. FIle No. TIM OceophIpetFl.rS41EbWSsSp5.
I Broad Form Perilson
double 2 bedroom \
rem, large kitchen Phone 8581018Household $,4,000 NOTICE: TO CREDITORS a. follow. inorland .
a e utility room with tub and D. W. Radford Corp. 2 bath house Call 488-3109 Coach (No deductible TO AT.L CREDITORS AND PERSONS : Mt Uan, H per oent.. '
Harold Florr, aO cent.It
iboards, screened porch weekdays after 4 p.m. All day Wanted on windor AGAINST SAID ESTATE la our Intention W .,sly. lo tho

'lib drop awnings, air con Bldn.48M885 Saturday. Goods hail) I Y sos korobr MtUM and roqulr- Clerk or tho Clmilt Court I. and for
: : Xoraaota Countr. Florida .. ferliterthe
.l fllo on? .8.0,. or d''n.nd which
Itloner and many other ex- 488-5962 WANTED BIDS FROM 1,200 On Contents (Includes /on mor 0... ...I.ot th. L.UW .1 .. name Florida Klrirr:' Sntaa .nn
rBi, $13,900 for quick sale 1 BEDROOM TRAILER. Utilities i BAHAMA LOUNGE with i Theft at no L. W. Van Hoonlond -. lau dee the. provtilona of Chapter py.L. .
488-4451 furnished. Dock privileges. GENERAL CONTRACTORFor Matching chair walnut of Soruoto County. Florida In th. of.rieo .. of Florida. Aria of lags
mediate possession. Call ; additional cost) .. : : Wltneee oar hand thIs. loth dar. ofOst
Repairs on 3 FHA Homes of II. JOHN T CRAHAM.Boroiote .
.6474.CONOMY. C Walking distance to Nokomls For drop-leaf dining table, with 400 Additional Living County Ju'",, hi too. ConnIT ***..
BeacII.Phon. 488-2434. specifications see four chairs; Hi-fi-: artificial Expense Court HOUM U 1._ Florida. GARLAND MtlnTtAM. I
JONHSON, Realtor within alt &'ndot month' from u.
LIVING with intment I trees. Reasonable. Phone 488. 10,000 Personal Liability dote of the flrrt publication. of the. Nov S II, II. M. uSed
4 I lots Waterfront $13,, 50.00 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE, Casey and Managing Broker for 5600. Nolle.

possibilities. Large 85x120 foot lot on big Kev, Gulf and bay privileges. FHA Venice Area. 250 Medical Payments Each claim or d....on. mst I. Inwrltltif
'Ilb 1 furnished 2 bedroom, I PLUS other extensions of and I In dupllcaU .hall ....
lake 2 bath with IN TSP rnlTNTY 1tl'E'1I 'OnR"
3 bedroom Fully furnished By 306 W. Venice Ave.
. .
I bath small wood house on I Boats For Sale coverage too numerous to II plaoo of and poat officeaddroH IN ANI7) I"OR sARASOTA COUNTY
shower off Master Bedroom. season or year. Ph. 488-8019. Phone 488-2241 of tho Claimant' ahaU bo FLORIDA IN PROBATE.PERRONS .
ved road Also has 2 wood- Wall oven, matching refrigerator .. mention ,worn .. or tho Claimant hi. unit IN RE 11. ... or
n buildings can be convert-I 2 BEDROOMS 1 bath house, 1962 OUTBOARD. 20 ft long. $57.00 per year In City or or nui nttornert ....11 b. acwompanUdn EDGAR I. H1LI>&RIIRAND.o .
and in
eating Business nehIm
space Personals II 71 flllnt los, ond nnr
I d to low cost living quarters.I kitchen. This U valuable location furnished. Season. Call between $450 cash. Phone 4882874 Ino'utsyki Slightly ,leI n or ..,. not .. fllod; .) ho NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ii i- ./
iced for Immediate dis-I a days. After The fill,. (.. majr bo nddod. toj
10 a.m. and II p.m., 488- 5 p.m., 488-5019. higher ire protection 1'0 ALL CREDITORS AND OTHER
and a bargain. FinancIng Dressmaking, alterations amount of aIsle' and .Iol. : HAVING CLAIMS
poial. $8,750 $1,000 down. 289ft. form. mar be obtained from tho Counr -
available. draperies ete. Reasonable AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
0 O 0 0 Money To Loan EDGE-VAN ORSDALE Jud... otnoo. Yon are hereh notified Ihooo. ,d .e..llr"SI.
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor 488-1130 i JOHN J. FARLBY.u : .
DESIRABLE FURNISHED 2 iii.e., .1... or d..d. chIpS
UNTIL CHRISTMAS ONLY 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 AGENCT I Executor of chi Entatoof Os' mop h... ...le ch. sold ..1.0.I .
Income tax and other legitimate bedroom duplex Close to RUBBER STAMPS made to BUSINESS OR PROPERTY 116 W. Venice Ave. U W. Van Hooflend. I I.. 5.. 0"'. .. ,h. ('_"', del," .,
......... ,
beach and town. Yearly or C-U..ty. FlnrfdL Is tho s.rO.
Loans. 481-2289 J Attorney/BLAIR
WILL SACRIFICE. For order. service, Unlimited funds Telephone
reasons cause these quick Overnight AND DEAN. .. Saraaota. Florida. within .1.

owners to sacrifice lots. sale. By owner, $ bedroom, seasonal. Call 488-8000. Office, personal, pocket or available Personal appointment t- I Ill. O Nauau 5.5 1(71 Street.P fit calendar monthn from the date,.,.

Beautiful Gulf Shores 2 t bath home on No.. Nassau stock. 4881432. arranged. S. M., Box Venice Florida. 'h. flrat publication thle notlco.Eaeh
corner 3 BEDROOM House, on the : .1.1. or demand murt be I I.
I block from Gulf make an St. Near bay and Catholld furnished 746 Autos For Sale PiinHihl Nor 1.. 8<. 11... S. 10. 1M4 ..Itln". ,In duplicate, nnd ......, .....
water. Nicely FRENCH DRESS DESIGN. NOTice or INTENTION the plaoo of reafdenee nnd poet offloo
offer Waterfront Venice Gar- Church. Central heat air long or short term. NPC. Ph. RAMBLER, 1959 4-door sedan TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME addreaa ot the claimant and muet boworn i
dent, mowed free of growth conditioning, wall-to-wall car ER: Custom made dresses USED TRUCKS Th. undenlrnod doel .hereby oortlfr to kr the claimant' hi. ...... or
488-3681. and suits to your exact size. Good running condit. that h. I. .eonductln movlni and hie ettomey. or It will I become void '. I
In water, ready for buildingor pet drapes, sprinkling aysem ion. $395.00. Call owner 488- 'toraire buelnow In Baraaotn County. nceordl*"* to law. !'
hold for Investment. Several Large beautifully shrub MODERN, 2 BEDROOM, furnished Also alterations. Very reasonable USED TRUCKS Florida finder the flrtltloua name of EVA LOVE HILDERRRAND, S I
rates. Phone 488-1497 or 3235. ALADDIN MOVING a STORAC.K and Flex IH. nf the Eo..,. of \
lot. 488 1888. home. In II forj Cab a Ch. .'. LWB IIIMI
bed quiet
inside ...
Venice Gar
lots . .
58 that aald firm la eompnoed of chI followlnff 1' I HIMerbennd, -
dens. 2 lots on big lake in neighborhood Seasonally or 488-5692. International International i .II_ft.Tit.iamv Van. .I MlII 1957 PONTIAC. New tires ....... imo namea and 555,., Haevn a IxphordlnffPlorldn ;
VENICE GARDENS ilarm of residence or. aa follow tOwnerehlp Power a Lllht BulUlnf.Venloe. .
__. .
South Venice. 2 S.V lots $400. yearly. Phone 488-4717 or 488- TYPEWRITERS and Adding 11401t new battery power steering Joh. M. Wp0 551 Hubor DOne.V..t.e. I Florida.Attorney .
Priced $14,500.00All' Ford Ranch Waeon ........ .I 4IT .
Several 1031. and brakes. $450. 68 S. Ps-rid. for the Retoto.PublUhl
lots make will..
Bayshore, Machines 4-wkoa! drive pickn
(mechanically operated
conditioned Low operatng of Aladdin' Movln .* Nor 1!. II. M. Pee. I, 1M4.
. .
an offer. One lot Country ) Chemically cleaned . n" ; : .. I 4 l Venice Blvd. 488-2430. .to... la ae tollo_, I
Club Estates beautiful cost. Living Room and STORE ROOM or Office International 4-rrt "", :I os l John M. Wait, 100 per ....1.
(near Kitchen open to large screen building W. Venice Ave. like new. Just $12.50 plus WEST COAST 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayne. It .to mr Intention to npplr lo the

new Mobile Home Park). ed porch. Eating space $In Call 488-9918 or 488-1347. parts if required All makes. TRUCK SALES Must sacrifice, 2 door sedan 'lark of tho ClrepH Florida Court, to In and rerlitereald forSaraaou The State Board of Conservation
Don't wait, see these right Venice Stationers 211 W. MM 5'. WaahlnirUn II'". County. Tallahassee has free
kitchen. 2 bedroom 1 84 baths, ISJ-J1K7 practically new tires, oh. name Aladdin l Moving a Storunder ,
now attractive. Beautiful 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT, Venice Ave. 488-6113. !! motor recently overhauled ... the provlilon. of Chapter recipe booklets for preparing
very 20 II. Law. of Florida. Aot. of 0541.Wit .
wall-to-wall carpeting included furnished. On Venice beach. DAY ANb NIGHT MMCK BERVICKON : new muffler new seat covers, ,_ P. h.... thIs 11th Cop .1 I. Florida seafood including coquina -

GULF BEACH RIGHTS This house located ina Season. Call between 10 am. FARM ALL EQUIPMENT TRUCKS AND radio. Call for appointment. M......... IH"JOHN soup, baked eels, and
11. WaT.
nice 2 bedroom home, fireplace. choice section of Venice and 5 p.m., 488-2898. I COMPLBTB ALL:MAKES WHEEL OF! AUTOS ALIONINO ,488-3884. P.hl..b. N.. II. 54. 0... I. 10. IN' scallop kabobs. ,

l'i block. to gulf cityWater with all central utili SHEPARDLUMBER .
4 ROOM DUPLEX. 2 bed. '
and sewer assessments ties. House and grounds In excellent "ARGER I'
Paid furnished. Need some rooms screened-ln porch. CO. DISTINCTIVE ;

by redecorating widow.lady.but for. a.11450.sacrifice 452 MYRON Shamrock condition.McGLYNN- Ph., Realtor 488-4874, Seasonal.Nokomia. Roberts Phone 488-1333.Bay Drive 1003 N. $Washington or.iota Blvd. .! Real I Estate C ornerD! (


3 bedrooms 2 baths, screened JH baths panelled Florida LARGE 3 ROOM PAUL :,,1I.

porch, oversized double room. Ideally located In Vanc for

arage-workshop.. Can easily Gardens. Phone 488-5397 APARTMENTUNFURNISHED j
converted to home operated I. ,

Office, Beauty Shop, Doctor'l Lots For Sale Alum. Windows I Doors. I E S TED ? In Immaculate condition 2 BR cement block home, i '

Office or any home operated Fireplace Cypress Panelled Contract Rooflncj ft Paintinq J tile bath utility room, carport, stove end refrigerator I

very large business.Lot 100x150.All rooms Was VSNICI rsMici SMIBBNli SUIINIHS srrssOWMM. LOTS LMngreom Phone 488.2132 Venice H. H Wlmmtr I Realtor . $7950. I

$$24,500 now for sale only $17,. U>$V MCOBS.! 4KMWT Nice' fumtthed CB home, kitchen, dining area, living '
W Plus Title Policy Owner room, large end carport .00 only .

!must sell. Liberal financing. Real Estate Near Schools end Shopping BOOKKEEPING Income Agent for Western Union Telefraph with $1500 I down ,

This won't last Center State-Federal For Rent Fern 3-room Apt. $100 month for teaion
so phone right Tax Wage Monday thru Friday 9 to K| Saturday to I -
sow. F. H. A. HOMES Reports, Personal Typing '
720 Dr.
'a S FROM $100 DOWN your home, Champion typist CLOSED SUNDAYS I

BYRON UARKLE, Realtor 'A* low as f4$ month CALL 24-8&I7, COLLECT 30 years experience Nominal KEEP VENICE CLEAN an-Mr: TaMP.151bPs BOaTS 550555 OP AL5fl OAtS an..,.,:=..*, ,
Ph. Fee. Charles Z. Helms, 1752 HELP
_ 4.8-47M/ Realtor _
____ CHIPS After 4 .80Il'n. 45S45* a. aaauae '
MtnalnrBroker for Venice p.m. Banyan Drive, Venice, P'la.PhclI'It I
'Area' PICA Home
Modem CB.I! Construction,1 S
""booms KM W.1 Venice Ave: -----
large ;
1ft baths I '

screened porch, 2 car garage, Phone 488-2241 WOLFER MOTORS. Inc. CITY OF VENICE HOME ft BOAT DOCKI BEAUTIFUL > C
loU '
of trees I
IN VENICE-Close$15, shop-. HAS YOUR PROPERTY RAMBLER DODGEMS 488-3945-48-4150 A Aovie of charm nestled/ among lovely/ rreM... 2 .... 2 Tile Beth. Lots of WATERFRONT LOT

Pin, and beach S bedrooms. SEJN FOR SALE A LONG NOT S. T.mlaml Trail Bedroom 2 tile bethi, fireplece, central heat end EXTRAS All LiSa New. In j'j'Z

tile bath } screened porches, TIME? AND STILL SPECIALIST'IN sir conditioning, screen porch. Completely furnished In

"ice shade trees a real neat SOLD WE LOOKING HAVE CUS-FOR ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT SKcellent fI",. City water and sewer, Priced et $13,800.00 VENICE GARDENS :

Home $14 000.00. TOMERS WEST OF TRAILIN Brake Repair Lubricate chassis $17,500 Only....... $3,200 I,
FRANCIS. : MURPHY. MAR- S Front End Alignment C Oil Change ,
CirV BYRON Terms If Desired
Realtor PHONE Front End Overhaul C Atflust Headlight BeemiElectrical GULF REALTY ,I .
301 W. Venice Av.. JtI.Ei.RJliAiTOR.; FRANK C. IcwTog
Phone 468-27H 48M7M. Wheel .al.nclll4 W".1. Tool. froJle. i)'
_ __ Rej. '
C Enqlne Overhaul Any Automatic e* REALTOR .

' BEDRooM HOME. very lots C Radio Repair erd Transmission Repair Ph. 48847J8 216 So. Trail '" w Vos... A. "
WATEUROW1 488.1400-488-2649
251 W. Venice Ave. Priori. j
reasonable Termto floors CHOIC m. 4554445 f ;
from owner. ""oneIltlo"lnq'R"aln end Imtellatlon
Direct ,
screened extras for .".. I
porch many I -
CaSIO' Ph. 488-2738, .
I1Z Acre, N.P.C. I Terms .or .

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12-"' GONDOLIER, Venice,": .. Nov 26, 1964 Dr. Williamson Heads Snoopers

Statistics Dr. Douglas Williamsonwas derwater Fossil
N BY 32.13 SCOREIndians re-elected president of member of the Florida >
s the Venice Grouper Snooper Diving Aiedatlo *
N. Ft. Mjren Venice Scuba Diving Club at Its an Beach on Dec 8. """t

Trounce Red 1st Downs . .. .. 11 9 nual elected meeting.were vice-president Other officer, -
Knights Yds. Rushing .. 100 154 Jim Reid; secretary, Betty Some Southern
.. '77 103 -
Yds Passing Williamson; and treasurer, cows get a mixture of ote'n11
f Total Yards ". 177 257 Dick Berry The first club and beet Pulp !!
Pass Attempts I 15 activity will be to host an Un- molasses and COpra "HBUSY "
I 1 Venice High School continued off for the Class A state four and Peden came back Hodges, Henriquet, Gr. g The 32 points scored by Pass Comp. .. 4 7 grain
its winning ways here championship. with five to put the ball on Jones, Ken Ringo, John Hen- Venice made it the third
Friday night by whipping the Right halfback Paul Pe- the four. Joelson then hit ne, Shep Lawrence, Bob Semen game in a row that the Indiana Pass Had lot .. 0 0
Red Knights of North Fort den and right ena Charlie Hodges with a jump pass to Jim Hatchitt, Bob Hay have either hit that Fumbles Lost .. 2 0
Myers 32-13 in a non-con: Hodges scored two touchdowns up the count to 13-0. The contrite, Jack Wright, Mac mark surpassed it. They Punts .. .. .. 4/18 1/35
ference tilt before some 2- apiece for Venice, touchdown was Hodges first Donald, Cleveland and Stahl, have now totaled 97 points in Penalties .....IS 27
,1I1 y 600 fans. while left halfback Steve of the :year. Stahl's conversion proved tough: to crack againby the last three games, and
II The the Indian Bradley, added a solo six attempt was'wide of \the. holding the Red Knightsto have racked up ITS' : for the Score by quarters' :
f record 7cr, the season" to pointer and Rusty Stahl kick- mark. 100 yards rushing and: 77 season while holding their opponents N Ft. Myers 070 8-13 I
7-2 and their current win ed two extra point North Fort Myers took the passing. to 98. Venice 7 611 8-32

streak to five, and kept their Left halfback Noah Powers Venice kickoff back to the
it rl I-! hopes alive for the Class A- tallied all of the Red Knight Red Knight 25 where they
Region 2 title A win by Venice points. started a drive of their own
It took 13 plays to cover the
I Wednesday night over The Indians dented the
I Charlotte and a loss by East scoring column first when 79 yards with Powers going
from the one. He added
Bay to Brandon today will Peden capped a 49-yard sus
:I put the Indians In the play- tained march with a 14yardrun. the extra to 137.That's point. to narrow the tie, ,i k
The drive took only gap
I the way things I
three plays a 24-yard pass
for stood at the half.
y anenioyable
from quarterback Ray Joel-
The Indians added a pair
tl left end Nick Harper
GOLF son
of touchdowns in third period.
'" and a 11-yard run by Peden
of Bradley scored the firston
i day
Just prior to his scoring ,
a 22-yard run after takinga
jaunt. Stahl kicked the extra
pitchout from Joelson
TRY point to make it a 7-0 ball
SARASOTAGOLF Tackle Jim Zacharias threw AS A CHIPMUNK?
the key block that openedthe

CLUB cover A Red by tackle Knight Bruce fumble MacDonald re-- way for Bradley, who x'1i '' To really understand how BUSY BUSY t Is . .

f tikY. GREEN S3.oo midway through the with culminated his six a pointer.60-yard Stahl's drive M1 tt"f" check our window end watch our six live chipmunllLlcncIiantLeQncr.

, . second period gave the In conversion was good
: Just Off Bea Ridge Rd. diana the ball on their Linebacker Joe Henrique
South of Sarasota I ent's 26. Peden got 13 owon'j recovered a fumble on a punt .'
first play. Bradley return by North Fort Myers'

-- Gary Rucker to give the Indians .
t \the. ball on the Red a-."
Knight 13 just before the -
:, : .zgSALES third quarter ended.
Terry Haskins carried to
EA. the seven and then Joelsot

........ N. I LI... Tk Quilt CM I. Mm eM N._ CM DaN hit Hodges for a seven-yarc $
scoring pass to make it 27-. I
I Powers capped a North
TIL 10 P.M. Fort Myers march of 63 4 y
,I yards in the opening moments yT.' c PICKUP sc DELIVERY
Alpha Music & Appliance of the final stanza witha 217 W Venice Av*. Ph. 481-4117
six-yard bunt up the mid
dle. He missed, the extra
I ZENITH SALES & SERVICE/ FOR 19 YEARS OfP, THEATRE point and the Scoreboard

r .n. read, 2613.
Peden took the ensuing
PHONE 488.2618 kickoff on his own 17' and ran Hayes Grove
: ? ...... .
r.r it back to the Indian 42. A
Joelson paM on the first play '
was no good, but Bradley Nokomis Fla. I
came back to register a ..
three-yard gain er. Then STARTING THINGS OFF RIGHT .Ken;; caught on skinned octopus bait with conventional 1- Growers
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES came the longest play of the Southard, e new resident of Harbor Lights rod and reel, using 40 pound test line. I
game. Joelson hit Bradley Trailer Park, Harry Feeney, and Louis D. They were landed two miles offshore about i & Shippers
I EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY with a 50-yard pass play that Hill brought In these fine reds. Two 21 pound. 250 degrees west of the Airport last Wednesday I
e TRADITIONALLet carried to the Red Knight ers, two 18 pounders, and I 17 Ib Red were afternoon. Citrus Fruit
five from where Peden carried .:>l-. )j.j., )j.I j. bi- >E ,6-
us style your favorite veteor It over to run the countto "

..,}.. ceramic Into beautiful lamps. 32-13. What's NOW IN SEASON
Rewiring fteiry/ina/ ; Venice threatened again I on My Line I
All Lamp Repairs; late in \the. contest when end
Mike Palmer blocked a Red TANGELOS JUICE ORANGES
wars by Experienced DlliglMlf'l'.1Id Knight punt on the 35 and :
Craftsmen. tackle Vic Cleveland recovered (Continued from Page 1)) great one . concerning a 20( cards If you want It. . Your NAVEL ORANGES FRESH ORANGE JUICE
on the one for the Indians worthwhile pursuits of happiness -I pounder (Kingfish) that was
I I'I THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. At this point the vlsi I I Itor' and robust health-indue- so eager for GONDOLIER PINK AND WHITE GRAPEFRUITSEND
I I defense stiffened and ing pastimes. i publicity he jumped into the All shark tooth collectors
204 TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA, FLORIDA I held as the game ended. If we've left out any classifications boat and contributed himself .
I Get collections
to the well stocked deep your
The Indians defense, led by please forward your together, make brief description
I II suggestions via prepaid post freeze of one E. W. File of: a
of collection,
card. Now, for a few ground the HarborhghU Trailer your
rules the business Park. with any unusual pieces

I . As on you know fishing, most fisher While drifting for trout, Mr, German(Please, no beer fragments steins),of and bid I 1/2 BUSHEL -' delivered price . .. . $6.25
men get pretty well carried File had tied into a snake-
away when they get a fish, fish which waa promptly at- put drop on a the's We're most going to (only Me mar to far western state)
and most of the pictorial evidence tacked by the king fish. After I exclusive

-I I j d Jr /artf tfJkUTAeLIIHIO is a marvelous collection two fast lunges, the kingfish Tooth Show show, so.git, .out A on Shark the TRY OUR DELICIOUS TROPICAL JELLIES & CANDIES
::1 : of photographic awfulness made the goal poet . right beach heads
test They hold the white fish into the boat. up, and do the ,Carchadon rear ends Grove and Peeling House Located en Albee Farm Road
MIII..1 up against a white background On Thursday last, Russell
Nsw Toss Sroci EXCIoUIGI Creep, dance that Ve-
a only
or in front of them- Naramore of Nokomis and netians know. (North End of Venice By-Wey)
selves while wearing a Hawaiian Herbert Sterling of Venice
I CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO AN OPEN HOUSE print shirt. The real brought In 12 mackerel froma The show could be staged CLOSED SUNDAYS
crafty ones hold the five-inch short distance off the casino early In January, when the
I!I MARKING THE RECENT ESTABLISHMENT, OF fish' about three feet closer to Russell, on another jaunt Circus Edition comes out. '
I the camera. If we catch any brought in 20 mackerel and
OUR NEW INVESTMENT OFFICE IN VENICE of you trying this stunt, we one blue. Norton Foster of

i i AT 137 W. VENICE AYE will penalize you. 4 ]Ibs, or 8 Englewood scored one blue UP TO 250 GALLONS FUEL OIL . w (year's supply)
q inches, or both.Speaking and 44 mackerel At this writing
I i TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1 of photography, Tarpon Center Bait
did you hear about the photographer House reports pretty fair red- ani ONE OF 6
Refreshments will be served from 12
to 6
l : : I p.m.I who went fishing, fish catches at the jetties.

I : II 1 'j I INVESTMENT CLINIC MONDAY, NOV. 30 and stool alcoholic upon mates oddessy returning, "Man, he.from.told'. that his his answered Many tackle questions and best rigging by about the can proper local be F R E 'Fl {GALLON

: ''I E i Venice High School Cafeteria at 8 P.M. fish was Soooo- big .. .' tackle ahops. The increasing mtm 9
I That fish was s-o-o- big, thatwhen interest by newcomers ai IN THE

I the eat1: :: rateTTvM: well as residents should war.
rant a Fishing School similarto
TY POUNDS!I" that conducted
being by a
Real fishing Dept. group of Sarasota Chamber HELSER
k Lela Nance phoned in a boosters. Past sessions have

had turnaway crowds., The
: I new series of clinics are staffed FUEL OIL
by charter boat skippers, e SERVICE
: tackleshop; owners, and senior
H I local fishermen who are well

: I i iI III V LET'S known DO among IT HERE the fishermen.Send ink "Guess The Weather Contest"1st

stelete'''sere'i PRIZE
i All you have to do if-guess tine day, minute
Ji T OF MARATHON and hour that you think the temperature

\ FUEL OIU will hit 34' degrees on the official ,Venice
I :
e 6 RUNNERS UP: Weather St' thermometer. .

r 50 gallons of
fuel oil each. The nearest guess"'to .the exact time'wind

If you are now a the winter's supply 'of r.lfdence'tuel and
c ,
customer get ,
a 50 GAL BONUS 5 nearest guesses receive 50 gallons_each.

Prizes'may be transferred.

-a night newt time r'


i I II Junior's taking chances . . BOX'145, NOKOMS&LORIDA\

_ _ _ _ _ _ but your' old enough not .. :" ; "
I It I It to get burned. Avoid care- - - -
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T 1 It Ir t lest, cut-rat 'moving serv CONTEST ENTRY CARD
ice.. Try modem moving E
t TODAY.our Rates very "-' My guess1.,ari yrhentthf emperature'fir; t hits 34.
t I Have able. In Venice (tu, r ., ., \
; : I you priced aUger lately month Ute ,hoy! minute

!I'' "I .j Tate the 6TO, for'Instance. Comes with ** hp Or 380 at ertra cost Plus bucket seats Carpeting. Walnut dash Wld.-, Track THINK OF NAME -
I And like that Yet It sells for low than a lot of pussycat*with Imitation stripes.Then there's the La Mans Same Tigers | ? .?. . .'
j: B. kind of pliuit. Same kind of crackle, Some kind of low price. Slightly small teeth. So price a tiger. POBtUC La Mans & 6TO (ADDRESS -- .L. . i. i --r

,1 f'': I J j We're building Wide-Tracks again! See them all at your authorized Pontiac dealer nowl!, CITY'* 'ZONE'. | : -
''i i I STINNETT'S PONTIAC SERVICE. INC, FUEL h'SERVICE (Type. of quipmefit i we now 'have.' ,

|Appro age Capacity of funk --
240 N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota. Fla. I M' I PH. 488-4146 .- 488-4959

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