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 30, 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: VID00255
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
alephbibnum - 002071736
lccn - sn 96027128
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VMS I Indians- Fight-Way Into Grid Playoff I. ;I i'lit' i I


iTapture Regional Crown f\} ff t i ;1 1i 1//P '


,Wi 88- vdneaday play for the state title. Holly Venice finished the regular
otw High wood Chamlnade will meet season with an 8-2 mark in
coupled with East either Lake Wales or Wildwood all games and 4-2 In White t
.; 14-U loss to Brandon onJktflvlng In the other game Sands Conference action.
Day, gave the On Dec. 11 the two semifinal Losses were to Sarasota and .
., the Class A Region winners will meet in the Southeast. Sarasota Is Class
amplonshlp and put theme finals for the Class A crown AA and Southeast Class A. ,
playoffs for the stateA The site for the
Tickets for the VeniceLakeCity
championship along tilt will be determined following ;
i j
other regional win. the game will go on sale I II
three games this
point totals were 80 ford night. Friday Tuesday. There will be no reserve I ; r
58 fOr East Bay seats and no student I,
and Class AA teams have been ,I
tickets will be sold at the
8 Indians will meet Lake holding playoffs for two gate Both student and adult Gardens Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte Sewing Florida1 Coast Osprey Laurel? Noiomii, Venice, South" Venice, Venice i i
her" Friday night at 8 years but this is the first tickets will be available at :. I

In the first weekend season for Class A teams. (Continued on pate tCondollw >>> VOL 20, NO. 94 8 PAGES VENICE FLORIDA MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS :

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0 City Election Tuesday

>n and : r

rail ff i I the. i : t A\H Light Voter Turnout Seeni" \''j'jA i

light turnout I Is expectedIn then appointed rdbro Mayor i error and Harry F. Koehler from Massachusetts. University and the City College
Tuesday's Municipal election Smyth D. h fill out City Clerk Hager reminded He has served as a mem- of New York. When not
J FEACHIE EDGE which will see Charles P. the remainder of the year citizens that Section 7., of ber of the city water board serving In the armed forces,
Pre) Bent and David Hamilton for Mrs. Celll.According I the Venice Code on Elections and has been an active mem- Bent has been engaged In
U attending! Venice City vie for the remainingtwo to City Clerk provides that the eligibility ber of the Venice Fire De- the oil and service station
hell meetings ever re- years of the City Council Harry W. Hager, Venice has list must be purged of any partment Volunteers for the business for a total of 23
spending an hour or + T s poet vacated by Councilwoman 1,371 registered voters, 26 elector who has failed to vote past seven years. years. t
clued to the boob tube? Blanche J. Celll. less than the record 1,397 in In two consecutive elections Bent was born in Milton Hamilton served on City
doubt it. In fact I prob.wouldn't Also on the ballot will beE 1963 Registration wee 1,262In and he urged citizens to vote Mass He served in the U.S. Council from 1958 to 1962 and

have I had thought not S (Bill) Raymond who is 1962; and 1,183 In 1961. in order to stay on the list. Army Air Force from 1933-37 was president his last year to
h shout it IF last r H seeking re-election to a regular Polls will be open at the Bent has been an unsuccessful and 1940-43. He was a colonel office. Remaining active In
lent to cover the local four-year council term Civic Center from cm until candidate for mayor during World War II and city affairs, he has Just been
jn and IF our edi- He is unopposed. 7 p.m. There win be two In the last two elections for holds the permanent rank of chairman of the city water
not run an
IR lack of Mrs Celll resigned In early voting machines in use. that poet. He has operatedhis Major. board. Hamilton also served
1 on the citizen's November to accept the $5,- Election officials for the own service station at I His schooling includes attendance as chairman of the beach development

est sat the city fathers, 0' 200 a year post a* managerof Tuesday balloting are Col. T the corner of U. S. 41 and I at the Massachusetts committee and
ere what amounts to the Venice Municipal M Fagan, Mr. and Mrs Al- The Rlalto for the past eight Institute of Technologyand was chairman of the Venice
acting million dollar Trailer Park. Hamilton was I adar Felnsod, Mason B. Gib- years since coming to Venice I Columbia, New York parade float committee.
nit a _. ............ . _._ _. He moved to Venice In 1954
They were -' -- ------ -- - -- ,
al business. from Detroit, Mich., and operates

nil members to an of audience the muni-of 'i y,, 14 c, ,; .r OF JO'S HOME-MADE TEQUILA one In Venice two stationery and one stores In Englewood. , r

family, the city clerk, Hamilton helped design
engineer, city attorney ] I the fire and police atation
police chief, plus THREE and the new city hall ,

tutors of the and working three press mem- Revenooers Take Dim View and conslructon aided In supervising performedthe their

mppose it can be aced rvrcs:
same on the new
the only time is anyoneen whenhave : ENGLEWOOD Cortex, experiment to prove that tequila 'shiner stoking a still out in Venice Beach Pavilion. He
to the Boswell of Englewood, is could be produced com- the woods or a newspaperwomen has been active In many local
an have ax to said grind the in the soup again. To be mercially this country like producing spiritus civic organizations.
e people more exact, she'i in a batchof in Mexico. cacti at home for the edifi _
logs miss are"the"too dull"good old mash. She recently wrote a highly cation of her readers Lost Key Found
interesting newspaper series So now they have called Jo
Not from controvseryshe
of fireworks vel"ftIIicuffl. Mrs. Mabel Thauwald, a
the results of her filer to do
on up some explainingnext
stirred in her newspaper
up guest at the Venezla Hotel
ouldn't the people of writings but from a into home-made tequila, week. found a key In a small yellow
n be proud that these potion of tequila she cooked brewed from fermented Jo's friends around these envelope on Tuesday morn

tags are conducted.ta.aa ,,;. or' \ i<'''''':.'!:'"' ".'.' _-.1>....n ..... , vp on"her kitchen stove. I cactus parts feel she's good enough ing. The owner may contactthe
rly fashion? Besides theI Jo wasn't trying to steal And when the alcohol control talker to talk herself out of hotel
tat though had some photo fer Fruk B...w the thunder of TV's Granny people read it they hit this one. If she doesn't, Mrs Thauwald said she

funny moments, not the SCHMALKOPF, THE PUP takes hii afternoon tub to keep damplt when she decided to the ceiling. they're telling her they'll see was sitting on one of the
of thing one would put Labaredor Siberian Chicken Chair i manufacture a drap or so oft The revenooers, It seems, that she gets a low number benches in Memorial Park,
he paper. You just have cool. The parr Retriever, the stuff for what ails you. take a dim view of such and a place in the pokey witha across from the Venice Rexall
there. German Shepherd mixed up Collie, end Degenerated Instead, she was running an things, whether you're a southern exposure. I Drug Store when she glanced
ptctators are always wel- Cocker displays hit regal lines( In solid comfort ai he down and saw the brightly

e and are encouraged to surveys the waterfront from.his cool pool. '" l__ --,I.w I __ _,'\1r! ", colored envelope.
,k out. However if youe

al i to tomething or bring a request before like that council a pro-you, Mystic Krewe Talks Duke BlamesElephantnap U F Drive Climbs Past .

i li a right way to do It..
he rules and regulations

ming Feb Council II,the 1958 were meetings to amended provide of Up Pageant Plans'i i On Democrat 68 Percent Of GoalThe

I request to be placedthe I

agenda must be filed, Tentative plans to stage the advertising and publicity have, on occasion sent floats
writing with the Cityrk events of the 1965 Sarasota committee spoke for the and the Kentucky Military Instltute's Baby Doll, the white United Fund campaign ready reported campaigns Payne commented, "and he
at least four days in some in the VACC. drill team and band elephant pet of East Yen moved steadily toward the over the top ) and his team of volunteers .
ance of the meeting in County discussed are traditionally invited to Ice Avenue has taken It $24,001 goal for 1965 this General Campaign Chair deserve a lot of credit. They t
scion South County were The 1965: Sarasota County participate along with the on the lam. week with contributions and man William C. Payne, In re rang a lot of doorbells to get
-oade Tuesday in Venice by page Pageant is scheduled for the Venice High School band. pledges totaling 68 per cent. porting steady progress in their contributions to." .1
officials and area civic Duke Wilson owner ol
ant of March 26 through
several fast phones week A. Walter Johns, United the drive, praised efforts of
leaders.S. 3. Events In connectionwith I The pageant has been held the White Elephant trading In Venice all divisions
I Nokomis in an effort H. Herron, Jr, Warm April the pageant have been in February in past years, post, reported the 600- Fund president, urged resi- volunteer workers in North were active with another ,
try and start something
moved ahead this lents in the area to push Port Charlotte where a little session slated the
but was concrete statute disappeared progress
Mineral Springs the South County on .
re but no luck. Guess the held in
member of the page occasion year because of the inclement from In front of forward together to assure better than $385 In contributions middle part of next week.
a previous
out one
lers i the recent are Incorporation pooped ant's Mystic Krewe, said when a performance of the weather which has plag his place sometime during that the drive will be broughtto has been reported to Funds from the drive supportthe 1
the city and ued the event in the last few Thanksgiving date. "human needs" of those ,
tin,. spokesmen Minstrel Show sponsored by a successful conclusion. He "Claude E. Kean, the North ,
o- the Venice Area Chamber of the Union Volunteer Fire Department years. Baby Doll has been ele- noted that several other communities Port Charlotte division chair. served by the nine different ,
"meone juat showed Commerce expressed an In. of Nokomis was Members of the Mystic phantnaped once before by: "
me awe In the state have al- man has done a terrific Job, agencies In the Venice area. l
of the latest in fern- .erest In participating in the I staged at Warm Mineral Krewe besides Herron on hand pranksters Wilson suggested _
e bathing and beach wear. countywide event.Representing Springs two years ago for the Venice meeting Included that this time IImlbt 1 1f
I don't it the city at a be some Democrat
mean topless,
The South County, however, Capt. O. K. Cummings -
with the still the Nov
bottomless. celebrating
How come dinner meeting
e. fashions seem to go Mystic Krewe at Fisherman's has participated and In the the fancy annual Russell Thomas, Phil 3 election. 1
and Down while among Wharf restaurant was Mayor which highlight Bender, Joe Townsend, Clyde yt
dress balls 4
!fellows it's Just the op- Smyth D. Brohard. Harvey each Venice Gentry, Jack Martin and k ; kQT
,'is . Wider and Nar- Rohlwing<<, president, and the pageant year Int. Broker Firm aYp
e' The only thing that Larry' Rhodes, chairman of area organizations also - \\f I
ogee la the width of their Open House
lapels and pants legs.a'ui .

' symbols-0-. come and Major Abbott Salvation Army Set TuesdayVenice (

ti. e
Remember when it was area Investors will a. Ewa y"
an lessons then came NorthMajor have an opportunity to chat
tar lessons and now it's Dies In personally with managing '

"I lessons. They've gone Bubble partners and a research analyst "
sigh as they can. What Frank Abbott, 85, Pots To of a member firm of
t (USA-retired), a founder and the New York Stock Ex
-0- charter member of the American change when the A. G. Edwards
1011Stetson University Legion and a Venice The next few days year. and Son's Venice office I Ii <
to" the word that ''Jack winter resident for 20 years, the appearance of the along sem-mlll- holds its open house Dec. 1.
wson, son of Mrand died Nov. 25 at his home in pods iron kettles and it started out to Open house will be from
ED. (Bud) Dawson. Manchester, N. H. of the Salvation Army a religious organ. noon until 6 p.m Tuesday,.
Venice represented the cavalry street of Venice I and but soon veered to An Investment clinic also ,
Abbott : : t0 v
'ol | Union Board at the Major in World War I and cots, Major E, V. of helping to re will be held by reservation '
lonal" I College the As'lion officer on the staff of Gen Sarasota told members men and women. It today (Monday) at 8 p.m. at -
of Unions at served J. Pershlng. He Venice Kiwanis Club homes for the Venice High School cafe. _
""Ms State University. The eral John wounded and Wednesday noon. lodges where teria. Special Industry and ,
'""Poard is the body that was gassed, Over the years of the road", can individual stocks will be re-
wishes) decorated for bravery. food clo _. ,
the for provides ,
policies and
: kettles viewed In depth.
the group pods,
union He was among for i
Building at Stet- which met In Paris and bells have become a transportation Ted Sperling<<, resident co- I
provides entertainment and without with E Walter Haig
Salvation Army
the founded the American Legion of the manager aas
building and sponsors became I annual effort to see support. of the Venice investment office
lures. teas etc After the war he described the Sal ,
Edwards and
games In the New child may be of A. G
Sent at the regional meet representative and a Christmas," he stated. Store on the Sons. has returned from thefirm's I
n representatives from Hampshire Legislature raised In Trail where cloth-' annual sales conference .ee l j v,
dda. general in the New Hampshire All money and articles *
Georgia and Ala- without centennext at St. Louis
"* Guard. tivity goes, .
schools. National sold !
i, he was duction for expense, character are Managers of the 40 Edwards t
Before retiring to the benefit of the : low prices or given) branch offices heardP. ,
VENICE INLET TIDES superintendent of a Man In food. clothing and needy persons. He W. Edwards, managing t : ".I
HIGH LOW Chester textile mill. mas gifts he added. that the Sal. partner of the firm express'
ti During the winters he was In 99th Tear has a committee his opinion that 1965: will bea
10:421m: 4:2Sem I a guest at the Venezia Hotel Maj. Farmer, who I citizen headed by year of moderate though VENICE AQUAGALS will be among the relics and sharks teeth found by the group I i
9:21: pm 1 l:3opm: I here and a regular attendant charge of the John C. Shockey, positive economic gain hosts for the Dec 6 fowl hunt at the\, Venice will be open to the public along with equipment I +
II:48am S06m: I at the weekly meetings of Army's actlvrles In Dr Robert E. Her. The Venice office war established city beach sponsored by the Grouper demonstrations Competitive event ,

d 9:44 40S6w: I the Venice-Nokomis Rotary County, explained the First National Bank last July. It also. Snooper stubs diving club. The meet will will be held during the day-long progrem'with .
pm Shrtoer t'
12:48: 5.42 am I Club. He was also a organized In 1865 George E serves investors In Englewood member prize awarded.L h ;
familiar was be attended by tome visiting
was a review and
10:08 4:32 I Major Abbott Sr., to Port Charlotte
: : .
pm perI of
made his Ham ) the SkiDdivjri AHA. A display of
I 1:42 pm 6:16am: I figure as he f) J& will celebrate its need in Venice, Punta Cord. el Flo/id a i
10.34pm 4.57pm, (Continued ea gage

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1-.The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon. Nov 30. 1944 _.. 29t6raduafef (fn '
I1 W.. I Obituaries ,,
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(Continued from page I) kets in advance will have to by Floyd Lay director of the LOTO 0. KANAKa Pa, and moved to Port Charlotte LOTTO Cast Guard :AiuO. & wastl
purchase adult tickets at the Florida High School Activities 46 of six and ote- oalt ,eats !cry certllieates were presented .
Loyd Kanarr SK&SSS
\ i : h the Venice High School office gate, VHS athletic director Assn. in Gainesville. ADMISSIONS Park, ago from Whit Plains N.Y. Saturday eight, Nov.
t II and student tickets only will Bill Smith has advised. Student VHS Principal John Davis Not ] -D,H>>I Ie G........, VolMraeto . Brook Englewood to ,Bay died Trailer Tueaday at Mrs. Troll wee a member 11. at dinner at OToole'e wer. educational fim1"'
I'f r also be sold at Venice I Junior tickets will be $1 and said additional bleacher seats B. ()aohaU. VwilNI, KtuMk of St. Charles Catholic Cafe in Warm Mineral
: j: '. I High and the elementary adult tlcksts $2. will be provided to handle B uliitt wkwwa|VmlM Adrl, B.Ullto BxU IV C..1.ilw. Venice native Hospital.A of Plymouth, Ind, Church in Port Charlotte. ,*. ffi&ssfs: : ,
schools. According to Smith, regulations the crowd that is expected to Ann Troll' P rt Murlnttcl' I Gmt Funeral services\ were held Hamon .
Commander Jerry
I... V.nio,1 Vmw G"enee. Vw. he moved to Englewood: Sept of -"
Students not purchasing tic for ticket sales are set attend the playoff game IM, '18 of this year from South Saturday atht McMahon end Training- officer Robert and newly elected gts1"
i _. I Not' ._1..H.1on l Wfanrlra. IIft.1o j 'v_ -.-- ----- -------- Loral Kanarr, Kntlrmo4. ; Hfbm vie'.I Bend Ind. He had been i a Funeral In McNary ef the Coast Guard WiUisj BrInk.
Ins, VmlM.Nov winter resident for the past Plains\ and "interment was Auxiliary presented certln. Those receivl
to-Iran N.wm' .. ...100'' two yean.Kanarr the Kenaic Cemetery Valhalla cites to y> who bar com were Mr.. and Mrs1. \
Montealm I f WaltoB' Ictltvonl N. Y, eight-lesson helm, Mkt
Mab.1 WrliliL VmlM| -MV JaCueM retired in 1963 pitted ail course Mr. and
Mokomla.' from the South Bend Lathe Rawles Funeral Home was ,(n baste i im "Mhlp and safe 40. Mr and Mm Elsot! ,
N.... II-Ir. Iiukwp 11..1_, of local aira*" emints. rio Mr.
Inc. where for 15) In charge boat handling- and Mrs
r World ,
t tak. SUM BnltM4: | ; Ao. Hit.Mov. Joba'l
.. year he was supervisor o l well. Mr. and MI1.111I1!
tt'I t SS-Juki L Sailtk, VmlM post production control. Harr Mr. and
Rwtr Kubwikomlii. Kok" *t Mud Sales Increased Kean, Mr. lira. I.\\,.
ii. DU... I J e: M.w.., He was a member of the Jewish Center and are, Joe
Enle..oo4| fr.0" B.r..". VmlM. I First Calvary Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs t,
\1 1t U.rlha A. ........ SwMoU) Job D. By Winn-Dixie ground Mr. Gtnt IItr
PNlllm.n, Nnkomie stw.ho. In South Bend and also In 'Hanukkah'SetForDec.5 and kit
., anrk.oodi Lwtk f Cit..; melt Weist 1ter
that city he was a memberof Jem.
VonlOO' I..boll !
t ) Ell.. '_. U.k..II... I the South Bend Lodge No, Winn-Dlxle's MO super Robert PeterlOll, :
markets JCwlkCh James Chance It
I l / WED. DEC. 2 and SAT. DEC. 5 7:30 p.m. Alf.rt.I: Herb.r6- W'nHa lwunl I''lt' : ..nka..: 284.V.neyLow F&AM Twelve; St.Club Joseph, the Port Charlotte J.wJh Center k In Venlc and throuhoowt en, Joseph WakhwSi C%I'
BurkhoMir. VmlM: Pnnklln O. Futan. -
I 1 Columbiu, AnM G lMl- Ancient and Accepted Scot. memberi and their invited ' the South recorded a S.U Ryan Lee Grew, loe
; Come Early And Browse Around. I, Muu.,1 | VtUt 8h.w l Nokaml.t H.ton tlsh Rite Club and St. Joseph I relatives will celebrate sales increase\ during, the. Hams and James Prinei*I
1 \ tour-week period ended Not
: ( Glm>l>(, hint M.v Wlllmbur, Chapter No. 669 Order of I Hanukkah the feast Of
ENTERTAINMENT STARTS AT 6:45 P.M. Cnilcwonll Wllllaa H., 14 compared to the corresponding t
..1........i Addle Proving Enrlo. Eastern Star.Survivors Lights Dec:. 9 at the Center.
period last
..d1 rioXnr The dinner consisting of year. ALLEN
OHkmortj OtprvlPun Include his widow
:::>!U Cudr. Mokonlil' T. A. Ola- The volume was
: martin Nn. VmlM It-Carl CHbbi, Nokoailn (lewood, Mrs.and Faye two Kanarr sisters of, Mrs En. made specially by a committee prepared headedby dishes comprtd to MSBiTll a I Convalescent

i I. ; I: I[_DOOR PRIZESk I M., MuKKva. VmlM/ I Ralph Brillhart, of Luding- Mrs. William Epner will year week ago.period For ended the Not twenty.14 Nursing Home

: 1-Poet.Dlle..aGISMi' Banar. VanlMl :ton,, Mich.of South, and Bend.Mrs Ed' Webber lion Climax celebration eight days Lay of dedlea.Rabbi sales were $34l,356,72g'corn., I 24 How Nursing s.e.h, ,,,,

Ckapnan. Nokomli I: Eth.l. IXjo- Funeral services held Jacob Goldberg, who will pared to *23,1W.83B, an t in. I Phone Venice!
h... .ial.weoli. Ida su.linl V.. were have his members crease of 581 percent In pONel DS 6IOo
i as guest Ire
OUR South Blend with
: : Saturday
No. 11-11'.1. .u.... 1f..I.. Interment In the Chapel Hill of the Mlnlaterlal Assn. and.
EJw.rd D.vU, llr.l Eirlmoadfenry =--
I I I : I We sincerely appreciate the tremendous response to our {first auction, and Ettio. Roll!.std Vmlrti i:.BIUib... o(]i i w..dilimp Ko it, Memorial Gardens in South their short religious wives, will service conduct and en.tertalnment a.

f t went to thank everybody who attended. We wish to announce that due to the ...n .,::.,..JC .:...:, Vinlt tank Bend. .. will be provided!
W.nna Vmlni ,
OraU airier *' Rawl Funeral Home was
&T. Well,.,, VMlMI a B. HIT. by Col. Abe Golden pretU
will hold and o
I : many requests we an auction every Wednesday Saturday night ..rd. Bnilnrndt BMIt Md Sr In charge of local aTrsngeMints. dent and Mrl. Kdythe Baker Hayes Grove
t ? beginning this weed. lor M.tlek". 10-Dr.Hokomli.Nov Adolck.." And..... VM.Milk . Gifts will be exchanged., ,

I l I We pledge to try at ell time to give our customers the finest of bargains, V..I.1..I\\..C....iOn.R.Vole...5... .Gn-ho;,Chul.Nokomkt,J.m.Cart, MRS. ISABELLE- MAJOR-rr ABBOTT Nokomis, Flo

I, both in our store and at our auctions, tet Menial, BARNES ROCKWELL
I \' Vot.t,' ::7e:: E Mon Nekolpt.l e. Mr*. Isabella Barnes Rockwell (OoBllnusd from pare 1)>> 't Growers

Signed: N'koaitol. CllaakMh Smith, No of 205 Oyster Creek Dr.,
1 komtol' Prad StlKlOT, V..I.I' | Jolt.v. dally walks from Caapereen &
w ROY PRIEST ..... EnilramrfCnilnroMt , Englewood died in Venice Beach possessed a cheerful f\\ Shippers
j s J. G. EASTMAN boll. R.k.r.AVot.-, Loth a..eor.- .,, Hospital Thursday disposition and made numerous
I ; Von'oo' tr.. .. N......... V.'oo' H._ Mrs. Rockwell was bom inNorfolk friende M he stopped to Quality Citrus Fruit!
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ,' V.'r.' Moth. W.t.n _
W.| v. and came tit discuss the of the
MWlUon; Kokcmto topics day.
i I : Nor. U-Bllorj S. ot, Nokmli..' .. i iiiomCambr; dli, .
FOR SALE: NEW AND USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, BEDDING, TELEVISIONS, nlrodl nixln Pliiukurt" VonlMi. He possessed a amiable collection NOW IN
: ThoBM JlcMl....., Vnlot Mass., three years ago She of shark teeth and SEASON
s t I! NEW AND USED ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND MANY OTHER ITEMS. wu a retired I registerednurse. toasils which: he elNd.with.

: :1'I. i I RfflXE ROU.CAIL She. was a member of the others.Major Abbott is survived TANGELOS JUICE ORANGES

Congregational Church of by his wife Mrs. Bertha Abbott NAVEL ORANGES FRESH ORANGE JUICE
UNITED DISCOUNT AUCTION I Cambridge and the Massachusetts two son and two daughters.
; WIGGINS, Mr. ..d Nn.William. Ctgte. Memorial Nunes PINK AND WHITE
: Sr En.I...... ion, Clarion; Assn. One eon, Bud Abbott, it GRAPEFRUIT
U. Willi. Winlna Jr, .bore N... II widely known in Kentucky,
Survivors include a brother, SINO A fACIC'TO YOUR FRCEZMTANGELOS FRIeNDS
I cool1nCseM where he Is on the Staff of
; ''
llr Mr 6. fraev.
INC. eel J. Lester Barnes of Ashland,
Nokovlt. ion .. Trlar. GVIM, .bomKJTTiES. the Louisville CourleisJourn
I roe ; Mass; a sister Mrs. Marian ei, and as radio personalIty .
I a
I ; HJr. AND
; AUCTION EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY .. Plaalda ton, d.r.1i Ii.: tames Townsend of Englewood in adjoining states. GRAPEFRUIT
I born Nov. II load m. : and three nieces.
SHAW, Mr and ifra, IS., Funeral service! for Major
t I At the Junction of U. S. 41 and Englewood Road, South Venice Nokomla, ,dautbUr. Ton. Una Shaw, Funeral services were held Abbott were held 'at Manchester /' BUSHEL delivered) price $$45! I
\ born Nov ZV co.: pmVELTRI friday at 7:30: p.m. at Rawles
PHONE 488.5393 on Nov JT.
: Mr and Mm. Albert C
Kmo Voltri Funeral Home of Englewoodwith (only SOc more to far western std',)
t Store Hours: 9 to 5:30 daily Closed Sund.yr beet "Nn"ftflV'il: pmWILLFNBURO the Rev. William L. Evrhart -
Mr. ind Mn.Goorn Masons Meet MondayA

r" I . II[ 1 j1, l LJ __ '" ,............ aomed u W,,.Enilrvood. .born Nov. .dawhur SI ti4' ,"not.nit Ices. conducting\ the serv- special called meeting of TRY OUR DELICIOUS TROPICAL JELLIES & CANDIES

i i Venice Lodge, No. 301, freeand Grove anil Puking House Located on Albee Farm Rd
i MRS. ANNA J. TROLL Accepted Masons, will be
e7 PLEASEd Mrs. Anna J. Troll 81, of held at the Masonic Templeat (North' End of VMfce By-Wiy)

f 308 Falrhaven St., Port Charlotte I p.m. Monday.The CLOSED SUNDAYS
I died Tuesday at the Master Mason Degree
d Venice Hospital.She will be conferred by William
; was born In MacAdoo, E.: Hendrix senior warden.
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I 't DAVID HAMILTON 4i First & Finest Shopping Area fa




I :'i\ These are some of the things I am proud to have been of
a part -
MEN'S WATCHES ............. 22.88
f All time and services were donated In the spirit of civic progress.
Values to $75.
\ I 1954 D Moved to Venice from Detroit, Michigan with my wife, Ellie, end bought Venice Stationers, then loctted Gruens Watkins Helbfos $ Y@YS!
I I on Highway 41.

'I n Appointed Chairman and only working member of original Venice Community Chest raised $2,614.00. 231 W. Venice Ave.-488-774- Medical Center Bldg. 'for ear y

r : i 1955 O Elected to Board of Directors, Venice Are. Chamber of Commerce Chairmen of Retail Merchants Com- "
.) Ph: 41101620!
< D mittee. Strived to create Interest. In new city l buildings, sanitary sewer system, paved streets, e new golf course, VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO.. 21 W .Vgsiea Ave.

I ', J airport improvements, and other necessary city prolects.i ,
I I ;J f 1956 D Chairman of 3rd_ Annual Venice Bargain Days. AUlHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOODOLIVETTIS41es SHRODE JEWELRY

: II ." 1957 Q Helped design new City Fire end Police Bldg end new City Hell, and submitted color renderings to help < Service Supplies *. We Repair All| Main .

: promote their construction. Stuart Merriel Owner Wadding", .RIll" DletMrnli Stone Set MWeHlef
I 3 i' ?, D Elected to Board of Directors of Venlce-Notomii Rotary Club served as club treasurer Sllveiwere Jewelry
I t' I Iitl 235 W. Miami A",. 4lt-2471'
t 1, ( ;; 1958 D Elected to four yeer term on Venice City Council. witch and Jeweler Repair

Jrll I I{ f. 1959 D Helped supervise construction of new Police end Fire Bldg. end new City Hell. Cost of City Hell $60,000 TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. W. Venice AM 488JIII'

: ,.d'.' Including parking area; cost of Police and Fire Bldg. $40,000. -
j 1 :I ; D Helped organic successful 2 million dollar city bond Issue for construction of sanitary sewer system, drain. LC WAX ALUMINUM LUBRICATORFOR
0'r r t''i I : : age system, and street paving program. GULF THEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE.IN
r t I O Served as first treasurer of Venice ArM Activities, Inc. Helped sell bonds and organize construction of' the WINDOW HINGES AND OPERATORS
+ present Venice High School Athletic Field. No cost to the City. Tedey thru TuetdlY
I Regular or Pressure Cent. Today tIIN Tuesday.
I .f 1960 Q President of Venice City Council during Initial year of Venice street paving end drainage program "SOFT SKIN'FATE'
. 3 sizts e 85c $1.35 $1.40 IS 'THE HUNTER
I.,. j :s' 1961 D Designed and helped construct twenty foot diameter fiberglass" Venice High School Observatory built I ON BLACK SILK"will

,\ 'V to house new telescope purchased for High School by Venice Rotary Club. Original design studies for Ob 213 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 41MW end"WHAT'S
t I ; servatory'started 1958; $3,400 cost of Observatory financed through National Defense Education Act Funds. FRONT
i! No cost to City. Glenn. Ford UP

t tP.Jf' D Helped negotiate lease for Ringling Bros. Bamum It Bailey Circus property Welcome/ To -

,r, 1962 O Much time Intre Coaslal
f spent on Waterway negotiations. VENICE STATIONERS

i I i 1961 D Appointed Chairman Venice Beach Development Committee Helped design and supervise construction of VENICE SEED& FEED STOREA

i I' new Venice Beach Pavilion. Final cost $45,000, excluding parking lot paving which was pestponed until 1964.. OFFICI? SUPPLIES' ANO,\AIT1ST SUPPLIES
Appointed Helped organic financing end construction details of new City Water .M)
I Plant TYlltlWrit.- Meckenlcally' Operi
.. Adding Meditnes ( :
O Appointed member of school planning committee-helped develop comprehensive plan for future school 241 W. Miami Ave Dla| 4$.34$7 Chnaheny ct..IIId-J"$12.1q-P1us Parts. If $I uI

construction In City of Venice. Three new buildings have |lust been completed. 4Ia.6I1'
0 Elected Vice-President, Friends of the Library of the Venice Area, 'Inc. Helped establish goals for new Venice JII W. Veto Are.YOUNG'S., -
Library. Helped establish $32,000 annual Venice share of County Library Funds. Such funds are used for ep SUBMARINE, SANDWICHES49c5ci9c79c
eration and maintenance of Library and purchase of new books. '

1964 O Elected Chairmen, Venice Water Bard/ GIFT ,NOOK

1 [a Appointed Chairman of Venice Parade Float Committee. Submitted working drawings and e full color rein Hot Roast Deaf on Kummelwek SOc e CMit garde'I'Heedbegs
I daring of proposed "Gondola" float which will be completed early nest year wes

D Appointed to Venice City Council to fill out year, due to resignation of Mrs.. CellLa Buffalo Bill's Snack: Bar .

I /1965 [ Candidate for 2 year tent on Venice City Council Please vote Dee. 1st. S Jewelry/

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roNPfNtf' 'v ,.,.. MOB GED Tests
4. 'T1Ir , PU. Nov. 30 1964 Set
--- ---- -- Open Door
The SaraIota
School will g Ive the Comlll1ll1lt

a The High Cost Of Hospital Care thee battery Education. week of of Development teata Del:lncludn. 7.11, tea''n'

ante In mathematics, 1?
science, natural
1 By RONALD HANSON Administrator Usb,, and literature. &*
lion require. pproS
two hours,of testing

Anyone who recently ha and technical personnel re pressee: all expense into just method, and improved tech. test TO, be eligible to' take tt
you must
housekeeping be
few day. The average nice in a reside,
Approximately ont a
pent time In a hospital will quired. of Florida 20
I I, MEMBER Of TRI ASSOCIATED fBWU r MXMBEB OP TM FLORIDA Pease AJSOOUTIONDu Invariably com horn with out of every three hospital length of stay in hospital accounting, etc.I have a credit years old, an

147\; \, .. ... ........,....,....._Pow,.MolinlnlF. l a Ihla .._MUtM. Bad.d.W.uH 100oi far__""blIlW bll__ .err...all..any AU NabN dbp.Yb..ea.a, A a. one cost so question much?why The doe Venice it employee of a meets skilled the employee.definition 1900 dropped to I from day forty in This in this have article factor attempted only creating a few to list of the Increased in pass History an and end-of-course CovenZ'nft,'
t N.D.YI. dwpateliw w.b..a! a..d.Tb. Hospital Is subjected to the This Is in comparison with reduction In hospital stay many which U also given .nn
,, MWI M< toll .4nrttolni, (ottMit ft Ibto .__ II a.yeuNN. sad ... -........ II same coat factor M every the automotive industry has been brought about hospital cost*. In the Community SchooL by th,,
t Mil.* rn.ldd..N kr writu NmuYYa.Pnbll.b.d other hospital in the country which ha one out of six through advance in medical next article other contributing The OED Is given
I..., ....dow .... T.ndae ...... Iteab a Nla.l. A.... so when I apeak of "Hos classified a* killed. This situation :dance. better diagnostic_ factor will be discussed.: the Community School durfa,
anb-d AD awed C&.. II.... A' 'm Offlae bI ,__ I'IooWa pitals" I am speaking of our of high percentage of a am. to 4pm., hour

EDWARD D. BALL............................. ... .. Editor and Publisher own hospital a* well M other skilled worker In hospital Teens' Oldsters Pace State Rise through Friday, and ft 11,
I SAM DILLON ... ............................... News and Newspnoto Editor To*. better understand the Is further complicated and legal by professionalUation 11-- The number of teenager count," the Review laid. day p.m., Monday through 7 bun\
I COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager reason for thi* upward push censure of most skilled per and oldster In Florida's population ''A breakdown by age Persona Interested in
I WILLIAM A. MEYER ............................... ........ ... Shop Foreman and to identify hospital cost sonnel. This not only increases have gained at a faster groups, partially official and log college In January enter
ROGER KILBY . ................................. Mechanical Superintendent let'* take a look behind the the salary requirement of rate than the state's average partially estimated by our research complete the GED test durta 11111.,
operating curtain. Here we the professional when he or since 1960, the Florida : division, show 1,382,. the week of Dec. 7 to n
+i t I SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county, SJ.25 per year $3.29 per six month, $3.75 see that hospital cost are he finally enter the field, State Chamber of Commerce 000 Floridians in the five Additional Information'tn?
of and but also Increase the time pointed out in its Weekly Business through 17 old age be obtained by
per three months 10 cent per copy. Out of county, $8.25 per year, M.29 composed : aalary year calling 958-ia
t 'I per aix months, $3 per three months. j wage, and supplies and lag in their procurement. Review released yester group, up 21 per cent since or i fceWa.hinlto" the Commit
I AdnrtlMni lIo v taU_1 PIe Ida FrM B.r.leMMUtlm. GaI11a. Fla., A.otaa Nw.paM ... equipment.The Another factor giving rise day. I960," the trade body laid. School at 1001 :,;
t NOT Y..... N. t.. Atl.nM Gar _It, III.... former represents in the cost of patient care is "Florida' population a* of "The 85-and-over age group Blvd., Sariw,
i about 60 percent to 70 percent the Increase in the numberof July 1 thi l. year was placed numbered 688,000, up 24 per
of costs and the latter employees required per officially at 9,709,000 permanent cent during the intervaL In Pidgin English, *
from 30 percent: to 40 per patient. The ratio will vary resident This number These Ire the two age group word does the task of many'
. II:, : Mr. Hoover And The Rev. Mr. King cent. This la In contrast to from 2.2 employee per patient stands 15 per cent over the which grew faster" than the Craw may mean gru
I industry where aalarle are day to three employeesper 'April 1, 1960 regular! census tate average. beard hair, fur or feather-
approximately 28 percent of patient in the larger -
j Mr. J. Edgar Hoover, In I colossal I and with statements always reading: "J. Edgar. cost and 72 percent for other teaching institutions. Then
unseemly show' of pique, called the Rev. Hoover announced . ." expenses. Analyzed, this are several reason* for this
mean that the hospitals sell ratio between patient and
j Martin Luther King the biggest liar In And In achieving its worldwide fame, services rather than product employee: In recent yean
the country. the FBI has on occasion resorted to A* all businessmen know, hospital personnel hour have
a. Mr. King( In his usual unctuous and Gestapo tactics service usually cornea high been reduced from M, to 48, A".re'i
I I because the chief ingredient to 44, and to 40 hours per ,
pontifical I way, replied that old age had We recall one Saturday afternoon a Is salaries-no good week, in order to be competitive
1k' I.I'' caught up with Mr. Hoover and that h. few years back when two FBI agents walked Wherea. Industry has been in the labor market, but
ought to be turned out to pasture. into our office. These gumshoes' explained able to absorb Increased cost resulting the need for more
I through Increased production personnel. Today, unions" are
I In the latest of this running exchange their presence by saying our newspaper there is little opportunity bargaining for a ridiculouslylow
I of pleasantries, Mr., Hoover shot back was going to carry a story the to increase production in 39 hour work week. If this
F I j that he wasn't going to bow to any pressure next day about the John Birch Society hospital through mechanization ever come about, how long
so that every round of cen hospitals hold to a 40
group which Included an erroneous statement.The alary increase constitutes a hour a week and aWl hold 0wta %"
( Mr. Hoover unquestionably built the statement in question was I direct direct Increase in hospital their employee?
I Federal Bureau of Investigation into theworld's quote from an FBI spokesman In Wash cost This 1* not to imply Another reason for Increased
I however, that hospital are hospital costs is the concentrated
finest But h
I Investigative body. (ington.
not utilizing every labor saving patient care that i II
has tarnished' the lustre of his accomplishment We told them the statement had 'been device possible. given today. More thing are

by initiating this recent name-call- checked and rechecked, that it was accurate The cost of hospital personnel being done for patients) in
Ing. that it would be printed as-is, is compounded by the shorter length of time than
high degree of professional ever before and this com-
Certainly it is not to his credit to call and, anyway, how did they happen to
c i I man of the cloth the nation's No. I know In advance what a newspaper was

{ prevaricator even though Mr. King has going to print the next day THE

forfeited his ecclesiastical immunity by They replied their Information came

forsaking the pulpit to preach "non.viol. from an individual who was I national" ( PEOPLE ;
p t. ence" and anarchy.For bigwig in the John Birch Society. We j1

: it is Mr. King's brand of nonviolence asked how this men, with no connection SPEAK ; Meet Our League Leading Loan Team!

which has brought violence and it whatever with the paper, came to have

is he who has said it's all right to violate access to the Information. They said they -J
::1.,. I law if it isn't to your liking, which is didn't know. '-- We have a great bunch of pros at the lip of the Golden Eagle.

i nothing short of anarchy. And for this We suggested that Inasmuch as they In To The the Editor past :week statements why have do to pay we, these senior additional citizens, They're experienced, efficient, understanding. Let them call the

Mr. King has been awarded, of all things, were operatives ef the world's greatest have appeared in the cost which few can afford to
the Nobel Peace Prize. sleuthing team it would be well for themto newspapers and broadcast on do? signals from the opening whistle and your loan win be a winner

i A As for Mr. Hoover, he hasn't alwaysbeen do some more investigation and find the radio of the relative charge to for the a semU raising Charles Venice 7. Wolfe Accept no substitutes. Demand that one of our big. unity.,team

j ,Ir. among our favorite people. out. There was no more word from the private room at the Memorial (Editor's Note: Venice .11.
I ( Over the past 40 years he has presented FBI but we found out on our own that Hospital, Venice, becauseof Hospital has this to say la members talks to you about your loan plans good

the figure of a martinet and publicity one of our employes,, a John Bircher, had excessive costs: of nursing reply to. Mr. Wolfe Because
care. It was stated that the of Increased operating
I .r hound of the first water. Even if taken it upon himself to leak the Information Increase cost of a semiprivate costs, Venice Hospital ,
very one of the country's 10 most-want. to his organisation's big shot. room from $15 dollars to operated in the red the past
I ed criminals were to be collared hereIn Those kind of things can be forgivenand $18 is comparable to the cost year; Sarasota Hospital receive
in other hospital in the Sara. tax money, Venice
I Venice, woe be to the FBI agent who forgotten in the light of the FBI's ota area. Hospital doe not; Rate of '
opened his mouth to the public prints. brilliant record. And it is to be hoped the This information i incorrect several ether hospital SARASOTA
I' a* I was Just dischargedfrom were checked, other than _Ill.
I successes are always made public current Hoover-King rhubarb will wither the Sarasota Memorial Sarasota, and the new Venice G CD ( G 3adeavlnye
by FBI headquarters in Washington, a and die before further harm is done I hospital and paid $16 a day rate were found to be and loan aeaoclallon
thousand or so miles from the scene, great for a semi-private room. equal to or lower than the
I Most health plan pay considerably others; Sarasota Hospital
less than $18 a day has one rate for all; Venice
so the only ones who will suffer Hospital 1* not privately tpa 'EKWWll
. I ''II' i I Why Boys And Girls Go To College i Is with the a retired limited senior income.citizen owned but Is the property 1l Y N dal. BiULSZVWILIttISla, ..11. .

of an the
; With the Venice Memorial people ef the
1 ; If you have wondered/ why there are in five said they were going to college Hospital being in the black area who have contributed
I I and being privately owned. to Its development.)
I ;1 so many sporadic outbreaks of mass' disorders to improve their intellect or to pre
II i,1 in our institutions of higher education pare for something better in life. A 1
I \ the answer has now been found: smaller four per cent said they were beatniks .

i More than half the students go to college and were going to college to find Green's Fuel Gas
\'I f i for fun, not knowledge. If one facet up a meaning to life. Quality

t i to this fact, then the parades the mock The result does not surprise Dr. Henry N 0 I I

battles, the strange group behavior that Chauncey. president of Educational Testing .

characterize so many college student Service. It merely reflects our own !
: Plus S&H
bodies, it is easily understandable.It culture, he says, which is primarily fun. StampsNone
is hard to credit this report becausewe loving. The mores of our society, said

had all been led to believe that getting Dr. Chauncey, demand that w. have' e

i i Into a good college today, and stayIng good time over each weekend.His m\vww
( there, was a heroic thing to do, r.. observations are borne out In en ''iMifc Y$&V
Better ThanGREEN'S
i i I quiring hard work and an absence of what unmistakable way. On. can gauge the DECEMBER
i! used to be called high jinks. But then values of I society by the way it rewards

I I J the report comes from so formidable an those who contribute various things. FUEL SPECIAL

I organization as the Educational Testing In some societies in the past the scholarwas YOUR BONUS

i I I j I I Service which keeps a more accurate tab the most highly regarded. In our society for 1000
11 I on college students than almost ..nybodyIii
i I reward the
; we funny men who makeus
l'j' .1. else. COOKING S&H GREEN STAMPS .
laugh. Ours is e pleasure-loving nation given on .J.w; GREEN
II I t This organization says I comprehensive HEATING sales l ONLY when payment made at time
II ' :1' a' shows that 51 I cent of the end it is not strange that our chil. gas WITH EACH NEW
.: survey per
of purchase or within 10 days from date ef

j I :''I,,1 I t. '::11, t i: 'I,, games students, social said life they, and went.titi.o Only: dren are following Hartford suit. Conn, Courant WATER REFRIGERATIONAIR HEATING delivery.must A be stamped enclosed, with self-addressed payment by envelope mail, DURING TANK'INSTALLED THE MONTHOF

i ia
: CONDITIONINGGAS for, return of your S&H Green Stamps.

a 1 ; ; :))1'' Library Column LIGHTS DECEMBER

i 11'1:1111 J I ;'i'I 'Ik"oi h I By B. LARZ NEWTON S & H GREEN STAMPSGreen's


A taste for books is fie p/eosi/re mental I task during I Parliamentary" career

d end glory of my lilt . I would in London. ".

not exchange H for fie wealth of Historian E. L. Woodward refers toGibbon'

1 l she Indin. "mandarin style.

-Gibbon Students of English prose discern the
EDWARD GIBBON wrote The Decline savour of Gibbon's elegant oratorical J
Fuel Of
I and Fall of the Roman Empire which Is cadence (in the speech of a modern historian FloridaCorporation

generally accepted as the supreme and parliamentarian Winston
triumph of historical writing In the Eng. Churchill.For .

lids language. the reader who may be abashedby GREENSTAMPS GREENSTAMPS
It visit to Rome that the
r. was on a
a formidable set of Gibbon there Is
British historian conceived the Idea of his
epic as he "sat musing amidst the ruins the consummate one-volume abridgement 263 So. Tamtam! Trail Venice, Florida

4 i of the Capitol while the bare-footed edited; by D. M. Low in the Public LIbrary Phone 488.2271

friars were chanting their litanies In the of Venice Area.
I Temple of Jupiter." He began his monu-. USE YQUR LIBRARY.

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1 OP Women I"."' -. --'- _... j Myakka Chapter Engagement Of James Fox, The GONDOLIER. Venice. Ft'Mon". New 30 1944-S n'] |

hip ::; : Members Attend Old Tyme Club Reviews Basics :

embers Peggy Sauerwine Announced
.' OpeningMesdames A review of square dance Club dancing will\ begin at ,
basics and the Varsouvlanna 8 p.m. The program will\ include 1
Planned r William Grove, Waltz will be given at the 7
a 1; Harold Clapp and Mrs. HarHe Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. instruction session of American dances, easy
J'J'I p.m. I
t. Bond la In Brant of Myakka Chapter Sauerwine of Jackson Road Venice Old Tyme Square and squares, rounds, contras andmlx.r.
A Harvey I l daughters of the American announce the engagement of Round Dance Club Tuesdayat .. The public Is Invited.
d VenlceNokomtsrsRe.y \ Revolution, attended the organizational their daughter, Peggy to Venice Civic Center. j I
i ) luncheon of Al- James B. Fox, 'son of Mr.
,' Women's Club eat lapahtah Chapter on Nov. 20. and Mrs. E. D. McCraken of I
from J to 4 p.m. Shore Road, Nokomis,
aak new chapter, the sev
federal Savings and k ro liZ enty-sixth In Florida, Is on Both the brideand groom. ? +vnta ,
A58n. Siesta Key and is headed bya elect are seniors at Venice EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
"m be assisted by Mrs. former Myakka Chapter High School. She Is a member J % 4C
wood A. Tischler, Harry member, Mrs. Harry Alber of the Glee Club' and he WMSeri' EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY I \
arker, MargarebBusbey, of the Dlferslfled I Cooperative I
M regent There are 30 TRADITIONAL
erild Ludington and! Miss charter members. Training Club I I f"" j'
th1 Ellis.rjCarl Attending with t Myakka The wedding will .take Let m style your favorite vase :
Hamilton will members were Mrs. R. E. place In Venice but no date or ceramic Into beautiful lamps. I t cf f :
has been set.Phoebes
member is requested Upscomb of Port Charlotteand e Revising a Reify/toy/
ch Myrtle Beach, S. C. She '
prospective memo All Lamp Repairs
a I
JIll dw la chairman of the board of f
4r L
i 1 Tammassee, the DAR school Plan Work by Experienced Designee and (' ,
; Club/ for mountain children.Christmas Craftsmen Ji .
York State I
Bake Sale Card
Meet On TuesdayYork Art THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. I.. :

State Club will I I ,
Tuesday n8Hal1. at the MISS PEGGY SAUERWINE ;,
siren In En- f

oodvisitor! from the state al MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN.SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH I F
residents are In. and
Those attending are reed ed : .
to bring a dish to Miss Patricia GalanesTo Coven your mobito home, pononol property. and. paned (Itbitity. Covori ton eouioo1. by ,
roUt or bread and their The tin, lightning, wlnditorm. hotl, ..plot..., riea civil commotion, filling olrcroft vohlelot.imoto .
table service. at the \ vondollim I molieloul ..milch.f,!!. foiling objoeti, witor d..mogo. from eluoblug or f
IUft meetings will be tinue beating lyttomi, blowing' up .f water bate, glut .breakage, froouif ..d electrical d.,..,.
the first Tuesday of each Be Married In June The to *ppli.iicob
Mr. and Mrs Earl M. Norcross of 570 Bow. : Co fl' lightly klghor euttld of lira protoctio.
sprit Lane, Sarasota, and Maine, eum
PALM Ogunquit announce MOIILl MOMS, CARPORTS,
the engagement of their daughter, Pa. dents CAIANA. ETC I 4.000 1 coos S 0,000 1".000
BeautSalon tricia Louise Galanes, to Roderick S. Cross of the
dence CONTENTS 1.200 1,100 7,400 J.OOO
Skowhegan, Maine.
individual LIABILITY 10,000 10,000, 21,000
The Other 10.000
Is the
groom-elect grandson of Mrs.
ifvlina and tinting Grace Hoskins of Skowhegan.The view COST PER YEAR $57 N 29 192
229 S. Trill bride-elect was graduated from Venice an NOTE This policy hot NO DEDUCTIBLE. l It provides irit d.II.." covorogo for claims free
fxr TO BUS DEPOT High School in 1962 and is a junior at Florida visual .ny c..... laded obo.. W. odui| claim promptly and I III.. cliim cheeks right .le OM
Ph. 488-2506 State University where she Is a member of Delta eum ante.. Wo the Eiclunvo agent for hu insurance company ia th. Voiuce Ana

Mildred DoughertyAlLY Zeta Her Sorority.fiance attended of Maine and and : 118 W. Venice I :.
University @& ? A' III c A./ I
t =
Is a Junior at Nasson College at Springvale,. to art VMV. tst 488-2289 ....,.-
Maine. He Is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha '" S,

5:2D: P.Mn 1530 Fraternity.The wedding Is planned for June at theNorcross' 1 't
summer home in Ogunquit.
on your Radio Plante" ,
Lutes to our Orchid
Town ToHleri tog at : b bbla"0 ;..
FLOYD MATTER and Lutheran Women Name Assn. js4fe5.

IIICUH TED bowling EWING scores er will :

and events. Mrs. McDonel President t

GYRO'SVENETIAN Mrs. Philip McDonel Is the business meeting at Real Special Occasion Frocks ;
BOWL president of Lutheran which reports were read by h
Churchwomen of Emmanuel Mrs. Kuppress, Mrs. Brown Dresses To Party ml! j l
2224 S. Trail, Venice Lutheran Church, following and Mrs. Muller. A Thanksgiving 1

election of officers Mondayat program was given by Beruffled, Bejeweled, Tiered, Straight, I
the church parish hall. Mrs. Charles I. Rowe and de :
She succeeds Mrs. Henry votions were in charge of : 1, Flairing, Slinky or Basic. l
Sourbeer, who was elected Mrs. Sourbeer. Mrs. McDoneland
faith and life chairman. Mrs. Strang served re
. ,
Other new officers are: freshments.The .
Mrs. John Rick, vicepresident LCW gave a tea for
; Mrs. Michael Strong, women of the church, attended NEVER EXPECT AT OUR LOW PRICES
secretary; Mrs. Rudolph Kup- by S3, on Nov. 19 at the
' I I press, treasurer; Mrs. William church. Mrs. Muller was / II
t Brown, outreach and chairman and members of DRESSES 8.99 to 17.99 1
J. fellowship chairman, and both Lydia and Naomi Circles :
Mrs. Otto Muller, action assisted In serving.The f
chairman. I two Circles will\ havea I :' HOLIDAY SUITS \
Mrs. Sourbeer conducted Christmas party Dec. II at ,
7:30: p.m at the pariah hall
with an exchange of 50 cent
10.99 32.99
Mrs. Higel Hosts glt..... ( ) to I

Cecilian Society Frt! Dept. Ann. ( 1 ) J' More in your size! Juniors, Misses, Petites,

To fleet Officer Betweens, Halfs. '
Mrs. Clyde Higel will be
hostesses to Cecilian Music New officers of North Port
.l Society at her home at 820 Charlotte Volunteer Fire
Ormand St. Thursday at 10 Dept. will be elected at thegroup's Outstanding Values Girls Dresses!
a.m. annual meeting at the i
t. Mrs. Douglas Arnall will Community Center Mondayat e"I
present the musical programand 7:30: p.m. Cinderella-Nannette
Mrs. George Van Cott,

Ceneril EkiebigWfiITflERTRON the poetry. Marion selections.Mrs. Fletcher. and I ; Arlene Airess- Lil Airess

Mrs. Bruce Hudson will assist a a
at the coffee hour. PresIdent 7 y' Prim and Pretty
Mrs. Paul Webinga will r
be In charge. Holiday-Church Styles I
kept row hwOyeowfortoble d

ALL YEAR-ROUND Western Square Dance es 1, 3.99 to 10.99 7S f e14 /1 l I.

wtowticaUyl I Class Being Offered '
ads and heats an entire ( including Pre-teens by Shaw t

omi-uilng no fuel, no Buttons and Bows Square $ For The 9 to 24 Months!
itwl Just operating emwitty Dance Club 1 11 sponsoring a Another r

on electricity modern way, thisonvofiient to class dancing In at western Byron square Dance .1 1 to 3 Toddlers ..____ 3 to 6X
oo) end neat home at 8
your Studio each Tuesday p.m. '
Is t l lea than you think. Tony Mason is club president Outstanding Selections In Fabrics,
es now. and Miss Betty Gam A Styles, Colors '
mer of Sarasota Is instructorcaller. 1 ,

TINT e The 12-week. course Is still 199 to 5.99 .i
and those
for enrollment "
open wishing to attend should reglater ...,ms.w'm"s" ,

COOIIN* the Mason Tuesday said either class r LWt Fw$T IN ADDITION TOBEAU'S

W4 VENICE AVE. E. couples or Individuals are
PH. 488-5359 welcome. POCKET SAVING

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leave the ,.,..e"u FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEWE

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.; Gift $ 99
: Tuna . . . No.%C.a 35c For Your Family
I t FRNH: MARKET i ' nu X10".. '" Or Friends W5* $15
k .ra. 1 Worth
; j, Coffee . . . 1.U.Can 79cD.l..OHlCO ; .eq t Of RgbtMr Tips

t \.: t r ELBOWMacaroni . . I- *. 23c TOP VALUE ADNlITAeu. +
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Ritz Crackers . i6 OL 41]c The Easiest Way N00[ '
: Dog Food 2 o. I Tall Cans 29c christnianes eS Shopping Stop $1 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANY TOY UNTIL CHRISTMAS

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t.: .: Astor Oil . . 24 OL 511. 29cAsr Collee
"'1.- I y Jello . . . 1".Pkg. l 10c > rood
L( SAVE lOc TETLEY 6 oz. II 01. 8 or.
::1!1 Tea Bags . . 48 ct.Pkg. 49c JarSAVE 49 C Size 5 9 e SizoSAVE 10 C Reg.
30c SAVE 20e |3WD <
I Pancake 16 LSIz. Jar
1tr Mix . 17c
t i -- SAVE 3c CAMPBELL'S Unlit Two Umlt On.With$3 or Mon Ordir Limit OM PI.u. UIIIIt Tn WJdI 53 w Mort OvJor
" Tomato Soup . It Jt Iour n i 10c '"-- T -
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Bread . .c.J 16 IL.i m, 33c GroundBeef PeanutButter
Scottissue . .*.RoU Un*Four 1Qc Sail

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Limit T.With 0tI0r Purdwos
Ii 1 , Sorg Sore Sore I
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I I Grade A Florida FROZEN 000$
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: ;, JIlt Sherbet . . Pint 101
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I Bacon Limas 4 "- 99
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ILcIASSI F ii Misc. For Sale 0 Money To Loan Englewood -Overbrook..,. r-


Loquat plum ... ..... .23 BUSINESS OR PROPERTY

Coral vine . .It.It... 25 Loans. Unlimited fund

Wax Myrtle . .... . 35 available. Personal appoint. Gardens NewsBy
II Strawberry guava, 2-ft. ,50 ment arranged. S. M., Box: ( 'II

CLASSIFIED ADS Housei For Sale Fireball Poinsettia . $1.00 746 MARY E. KROTJPA [ I.
Real Estate Rental Orange & Grapefruit $250
CASH RATES 1 Cut-leaf Philodendron .35 Used Trucks Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Mr. and Mr*. Brown are I

TAKE OVER Mortgage pay. AN INCOME Holly bushes ... . ... . ..50MELROY'S Black of Neptune Drive are guests of friends in Venice.Mr. t
12.Word MinimumONE ments. No money down modern Small C. B. 1 BEDROOM, furnished NURSERY, BPKCIAL PIICER entertaining as house guests .' Brown is employed! : in
Screened In guest house plus, apartment. Near Nokom ON e-WHFrL: DK1VECOUTS Mr. Black I sister 'I
5 and husband -
pool J bedroom, carpeted furnished Laurel, Florida. the hotel supply business la '
INSERTION 2 baths In Venice East. A 10x50/ Mobile Beach. Good fishing Phone NEW MODFLI Mr and, Mrs Joseph Washington and. hopes to> retire
terrific 9x35/ cabana, carport 488-5127. Turn east at Laurel Road, IN ,10'K of ,
8c Per Word 1125 mo.opportunlty payments with Approx.. Lovely landscaping. 2 lots to and turn right at 3rd road. WEST COAST Anderson -0-Allentown, pa. in Florida some ds.y.0 <<

000 $5, tal 100x113. Put 2nd Mobile or FURNISHED 3 ROOMS and - I
ta 8588985 homestead Phone SaralO. house on one, water, sept bath. Menendes Apartments, FUEL OIL TANKS-STANDS, TRUCK SALES Mrs. Owen Carlaon and Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Leech. ,
ask for Fuel oil grandson, Rickey, of 1454 St.
Gordon tanks Mobile Menendes St.UNFURNISHED deliveries S8 | AND THURSDAY for on each. City SUe N. Waahlnrtm of San Remo Point Drive and I
SUNDAY appointment. _
Green Clair Road returned '
on River Stamps. Standard 111 "" Friday 1
I Blvd. Call
owner Mr. and Mrs. Max
Miller '
488-1931 Venice.F. DUPLEX: : In Heating Service. Across from DAY AND NIGHT SERVICEON from Higgins Lake, Mich on i
1 70c Each: HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. Bayshore Estates. Phone fire station I 488.4053.Situations I ALL MAKE TRUCKS, Mrs. Carlson's mother and Neptune Drive visited I
Buy for balance 488-3182. father Mr. and Mrs. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
of George
Additional mort H. A. HOMES FARM EQUIPMENT & Bailey at St. t
Each Word Petersburg '
gage and
5< small down Collen accompanied her
pay. FROM $100 DOWN Wanted \AUTO'S. COMPLETE FRONT Beach
ment. Pay balance as rent. I As low as $45 month 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, nicely home to stay for the winter. Sunday. f
'or AUtaAU.OP '-De I. ''e Oil heating/ automatic. furnished. Season. Ronald BOOKKEEPING at home or Setting ready to return -0-

:... "'.. .::.5 lNtIM.rnr. .H t II.*nkiM "MteSM eSM f881321.LARGE. Managing CHIPS JOHNSON, Realtor V. Atone Registered Real Estate your office. 23 years experience. : I Lost home, Mrs. Carlson said she Dr. and Mrs. Walter Wade !

InwrtlMl th.--. Broker for Venice Broker, 4884163. Write Box 2, Laurel. MALE had to scrape Ice off the have returned to their home i
.. Area FHA Weimaraner tag 3106
bMUI aS CI .rota It.ode Homes
.A tor eI the GoII4oIl. P. 0.a NEW HOME!!:, 238 Joe W. Venice Ave. CoUr plate, Reward. windshield of the car on Oxford Drive. They spent ,
BoO ....- mpH Se 5,1555,4 Piazza DI Luna Venice. J Phone 488-2241 3 ROOM air conditioned af.flclency Female Phone 468-3568. -0- the summer in East Ham c I

bedrooms 2 baths, central Yearly or seasonal Help Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris Mass. !

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY heating, air cond, Florida Adults. Two fifty-one Nil. WantedMORE LOST Eyeglasses between had as overnight guests last - .
Room Call after 0 p.m. Ph. HAS YOUR PROPERTY nau (corner Pensacola), Venice Gardens and public Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Circle Four of the Presbyterian i
lOne Edition, per Inch ,$3.OCBoth 488-2.,9. BEEN FOR SALE A LONG TUPPERWARE beach. Call 488-3391. Fricker of Cincinnati. Ohio. Church: met at the

i Editioni. pr Inch. .$3.5 TIME? AND STILL NOT LIKE NEW, 2 BEDROOMS. DEALERS ARE NEEDEDI! Mr. and Mrs. Fricker had home of Mrs. Homer Salt on ;

BEAUTIFUL 2 BR., 2-BATH TOMERS SOLD WE HAVE CUS- dining room, porch, car. Housewives wishing to add to Mobile Homes been to Puerto Rico and were Bureau Road Tuesday after

LINER ADS home on canal close to Bay.; HOMES WEST LOOKING FOR port. Oil heat. South Creek the family income, demonstrating enroute home. noon. There were 21 members it

Florida room, sunken living OF TRAILIN $75 per month. Inquire 190 attractive, practical, QUALITY BUILT and fur. -0- and one new member. (

$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION room with parquet floor extra KLE CITY.REALTOR BYRON MAR. Ivanhoe, Sarasota.BEAUTIFULLY money saving TUPPER nlshed with twin beds, 23 Mr. and Mrs James Hayeson Mrs. Boyd Lipsett reviewed

large garage. Only 488-4708., PHONE I WARE. Nationally advertised ft. trailer, neat and clean as Bayshore Drive were the first chapter of the book,

$2,500 down $IUDO. HAZE FURNISH. and has terrific customer acceptance a pin, with brand new nicely pleasantly surprised last "Death Of A Myth." Rafreshments I

or I. CONN, Broker. Ph. 488-3242 ED, 2 bedroom home on and demand. For furnished Cabana. $1300 Monday morning by a visit were served by

ADJUSTMENT or 488-5994 evenings. Rentals Nokomis Ave. Available for further information write takes all except cat and tele. from a long-time friend. Harry Mrs. Salt and her co-hostess,

[bquMti for cancellation . the season. References ex TUPPERWARE, P. O. BOX vision Lot No. 47 Palm & Brown of Washington D. Mr. Ced Logan.

lor adjustment because of error BEST BUY ON APARTMENTS. Season or changed. Byron Markle, 11166 St. Petersburg or call Pine. Village Nokomls. -

I"mutt b* mad for Thursday THE WATER BOAT year. Centrally located. For Realtor, Phone 488-4706. 344-8331 See Legal Le 9QiS--- .

l Monday. For Sunday GON. 2 Bedrooms. 2 Baths Lillian's, 207 W. Venice Ave, Business Personals phone-typist. Part time. twELFTH JUIiCAI.uc.'Y,! IN T 01 Mr and Mm Harold R. HaS
i Florida Room. or call 488 2525. Private home. 488-4152. at AND FOR sARASoTA coUNTY, Myrtl. BtrntNokuml.
' P.m. orThuneay. Central AircorHltlon and Dressmaking, alterations, DON & ROBBIE CHANCERY i:. I la \Wcbr livm that on fertnlxY >..
I / Kent Built-in Oven Range t'OR RENT: Male MOBILE Cue N., ID,071 1, 10114 at ahnvn a-m. the
draperies etc Reasonable. Holp Wanted HOMES BETTY CLOSE ODONNELL undoril,ned will fM at Public A..-
Birch Cabinets Nicely 2nr3 BEDROOM HOME 4HS-1138 809) Tamiami Trail, V...!lM, Pk.fldcaAonLa.a ,* llon. th..... door. aotilh of th* "".,...
Phone 488-3125 Landscaped Large: Lot. Completely furnished 2-BR ATTENDANT VENICEPh. Ito PouUi. tlt"n Ntki Fltl,
toIItmt! 51) RObe CO.i.I77e
Truly Super Buy at Only home plus 2 adjoining 1-BR FRENCH DRESS DESIGN. I Career minded men 488-3414 7> Sium St., Vabflonalnf ,. ... CI......" I'.....
Houses For Sale $14,999. efficiencies which can be PR: Custom made dresse Interested in good job with The Finest in Mobile Homes Jrw thy. N. J. ...... ot .u.b ..1. will limo. bt ."".
plied to tho vnp.ld blat smel 10
CHIPS JOHNSON, Realtor, used as 3rd and 4th bedroom and suits to your exact size ; future cpen. Training now for To I Chtrlo Jowph ODonntll .toth ,,mhU.sf.F.,
306 West Venice Ave. or be rented out. All for $125 Also alterations Very reasonable 71 a. BL, J.City, N. 3. mu.. I- asS ttpo. mOth I atyt,:
management. Peek Oil Co. ;
. ;ultIll ,. ..
MOBILE HOME yon hmby notin d th.t a 50 to .. If th. pro.of -
CITY OF VENICE Phone 488-2241 mo. yearly rates. Phone 488-1497 or 1740 So. Tamiami Trail, Ven- OWNERS eIIbni'hr! ., bflvn brouth< ,tRimt\ I II. ,..I. . .hall b* hi.ufflcl.nt i
I On beautiful Nokomis Ave. Furnished 3-rooni apt. In 488-5692. Ice. CAN SAVE INSURANCE you CLOSE P.m off .urn. du.. you .hall b:* .Ii:
I. th. Urrult Court nt th* Tw.llthI.ullr ra.pon.lbl. for flurii.
I 1 Bedroom 1 Bath horn BEDROOM COTTAGE for Venice. Season $500. III WITH NEW MOBILE oJ Clreull S..... O Coun'", EIRIIY VAUUM CO.P. .
Florida rale. Reasonable. Call Several nice cottages for TYPEWRITERS and AddIng HOMEOWNERSPACKAGE i "Ic-rl 1.1 1", and you a-. aummom . O. 5,.. 554
with room living 488 .
: Machines orJmd and nnulrrd. to (II.itr volFImIds
I room with fireplace dining 1872.1 seasonal rental. __ ,...(_mechanically.__ ____op.. HIGH POLICY > ,. ttol Aniwer of D.r.nx to Puhllhed I 04 I IG. lIMIt V
I Clt7'water HAZEL I. CONN, Broker, ,,,a d.,,,',",, "....".......11... ..1. an"" SCHOOL Exclusive with Edge-Van iI'e " ,i*,aint flied h.ns ....In,' you
.,., .
loom .
like Just GRADUATEARE I In tl 5as ntltloi nauM In th.trie '
I sewer, sidewalk, paved 2 BEDROOM 2 Baths PHONE 488.3242UNFTJRNISIED new. 12.50 plus Orsdale Agency.Example "! th. COmA. at th. Circuitu LPJC.\I.
near: I parts If require-! All makes >urt i la and for Saraaota County, r "III .ot 1 bt ..pon.lbl. tor .,,?
I street Beautifully landscap- Gulf. By appointment. 519 : Jaramta, Florida, on or bafora th* drbt mad b r.m're nth.. III.. ...,..
I ed. A real buy at 12900. Gulf St., Venice. 2 bedroom, Venice Stationers, 211 W YOU $ 4,000 Broad Form Perils lib dar. of J... IH0.aodthmes. .It, 50 of 1oI..O 17 1504.' '
.. .... 'x. .
2 bath house. Call 488-3109: Venice Ave. 488-6113. on Coach (No de. opy of aueh .n r or o f upon .
. ..
Interested in Harry A. Y.... attorns for Pub.. No>. 80, 11. T. 14, 51. IOU
VENICE GARDENS II weekdays after 4 p.m. All day a career witha ductible on windor plaintiff' , add,.,, PO Bo> 80S. Vm. ,
VENICE GARDENS Waterfront $$13,950 Saturday. company which offers good hail) lea, Florida on or brfor* .Ik d.u>, IN THE COUNTY JUDG'S COURT
) Bedrooms. Hi bath while aa th. 0... of Florida, 1101 AND FOR sARASOTA COUNTY,
Large 83x120 foot lot on bin wages you are being 1,200 On Contents (Includes I d"'J,7: Ruloi of doll Pro.wniur FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Central heat, Florida room, trained? If fall to da. ao, a D. Prob.t. Pll. No. 7810
lake. 3 bedroom 2 bath with Z BEDROOMS, I bath house SHEPARDLUMBER Theft at no I' you .
many attractive features in If are 18 to 28 of m. Fro-ConfMo will b* .il .d. IN Hit STATE OP
shower off Master Bedroom furnished Season. Call between you years additional cost) :...Ino, yon for th. rallaf dmand ABRAHAM GRABILL
this weU kept home. Priced CO. age, we have immediate ....... D.ooI.
Wall oven opening 400 Additional Living In I th* miplalnL Th. of Hid
matching refrlge 10 a.m. and /5 488 I
it only 13500. p.m., in Venice auto. ,ult la for dt..... NOTICE TO RPDITORaTO
tutor and offering Expense ALL REDITORA AND PJOI\o:
eating space in 890. 1003 N. Washington Blvd. Wltnc.8 > CWk of aild
I lots Beach Park. Each kitchen. This is muli. wage increases, paidva 10.000 Personal Lability Court or "- j .' al Clrrnltn SONS HAVING ,CLAIM! OR DEMANDS
a valuable location Sarasota I anil for Sat. AGAINST SAID F3IATKI, I
79x100 ft. uons "
Paved itreet < hospitallzation life 1
and a bargain. Financing DESIRABLE FURNISHED 2 I 250 Medical Payment and the ...! of ..!,4 r "rt ., I5.... You .r. notified and i," ,IaS i r.
Priced under $3,000 each. call insurance and pension plan. PLUS other extensions ota, BaraM* County, Florida, on the U III. ny claim or""l. *" > l-h
1 available.
. bedroom duplex. Close to 'Apply in 9 to : Ii 14th day. of Novctrhcr 1064. ,.tt m.y )I... .... ".t the I,-l.>U ofXbraham
MYRON McGLYNN Realtor, beach( and town. Yearly or ELLIOTT PAUL person am. too num inus to W. A. WYNNS Crnblll DtrraMd. lat ofirai .
FRANK C. RAEBURN, 452 Shamrock 5 i p.m. at the Sarasota Office. mention, COmb ot the Clreul' C.-t '5 'nlr. Florida' In th.
Ph. 488-497 for
seasonal. Call
f88-nOOO. Personnel Office B..o' Coun', FI.lld. I of I'm JOHN T. GRAHAM
Realtor -- ROOF TRUSSES Golf $57,00 per year In City or I Ii,y BETTY, K. STEERE 251 W. Venice Ave. WILL SACRIFICE. For quick St. Dnnitv CI..k.Pub. i Court II I w at S....ota, Florida,
I sale. 3 BEDROOM House, on the Alien' Windows! &. Doors adjoining parks. Slightly II .. N.... 10 1 D... 7, H. II. ones !"_. .II" .. sd, ,otA,. trom the
Phonei: t88-l OO or 488-2849 By owner, 3 bedroom GENERAL TELEPHONE higher outside of fire pro.tection. lb. tl.., publlcaUon 01 thIs I
2 bath home on No. NassauSt. water. Nicely furnished, Contract Roofing ft. Painting I .;t.t;

|VENICE!: GARDENS. 2 Bed. Near bay and Catholic long or abort term. NPC. Ph. Phone 488.2132 Venice COMPANY OF FLORIDA.An EDGE.VAN ORSDALE NOTICE TO REGISTER: OF INTENTION UNDER rltlnr.claim and la or duplleatal drniinj xuit.hall o.*.., .

rooms 2 Baths, sewing Church. Central heat air f88-3681. equal AGENCY FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE I i* plao of r..idmoe and poit oftlr.
opportunityemployer. Notlc. .to horaby ci... that the on- sAd,... of th* Claimant, 'hall b*
I room, dining room, living conditionIng, wall-to-wall carpet lit W. Venice Ave. =... dnlrlnf to Sew. In biui- 'ce-s t* by Ui* Claimant i hi. a or'o
I room, large kitchen, double drapes, sprinkling sysem. STORE ROOM or Office Telephone 4882289Legal i0i. tOO fit101m, 555. aS Or _ii attorney t (hall b* aooompanlfdby I
I W. Venice BOOKKEEPING Income I ERNIE" OZZIF'S AUTO UPHOL8. a II7S flllnc to., and any."'
building Ave.
sit utility room with tub and Large beautifully shrub- ICKY al 121 Vmlr. Avenu. Wort, tiled ahall
claim or dm.nil not aa
I cupboards, screened porch bed lot. Phone 488-1888. Call 488.9918 or 488-1347. Tax Slate-Federal Wage. TRUCK DRIVER Payload. 0I,.. Florida, Inland to rexl..t*> Oh. b. 0.1<1. Th. Him f<* may bt .dd.d ,
n.-t. P."nDI !.notn.' er. Over 21 years. Perman. laid n.... with the Clerk of th. Clr- In the .mot or .0,0',. .nd ,l.4..
woos drop awnings, air conditioner VENICE GARDENS I BEDROOM APARTMENT your' home:Champion; ; typist. ent resident. Phone 488 5843. sit Florida Court In and for ......* Coun Term moo'. bt ob''ed,. Oms. th. Coo...
and other ex :p Ju4. tO fir
many ii
Priced $14,500 furnished. On Venice beach. 30 years experience. Nominal Owi,5_, ;.u. html .nd ..ffiIaS. _ItII" NARY O. MILLER
tras. $13,900 for quick sale $ IN THC COUNTY JU!>GIII'B COURT ,
10 d. 1054. AdnlnUtratrlaSSult ofhe
Immediate possession. Call Air conditioned: Low operatIng Season. Call between 10 a.m.and Fee. Charles Z. Nelms 1752 Pets IN ANI> FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, .h" ohzoosAUTO : aa.:..... ot Abol".
5 f88.n9S.: Banyan Drive Venice Fla STATS OF FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. UPHOLSTERY.
p.m. OmbilO
488- 47f. cost. Living Room and Phone 488-5254 A.K,C. REGISTERED MINI. IN RE. E.I'",. of Julian,, Ernort Jonaa EARL S EAHL =..
Kitchen open to large screened FLOYD H. NI.Ete! Flit N. coin All. ERIe Jt.. (8,.ll ole Palm ,
4 ROOM DUPLEX 2 bedrooms .
INVESTMENT AND HOME porch. Eating space In ATURE PINCHER puppies. DMd.NoTnox 'ubllihedl N... 5, II. tl, W, 1X1GREEN'S' ,, FIonl&
screened-in porch. Bus. Call 488-5012 after 5pm. or INTENTION TO fUll Puh. N.... 50 Joo i U. 51. IIIU :
300 yards from city beach. kItchen. 2 bedroom, H\ bath. OpportunitiesSPARE APPLICATION roe .,
Seasonal. Roberts
ISO X 16V of Barcelona Bay Drive. CHARGE.NtI ::: :: ;,
corner very attractive. Beautiful Nokomls. Phone 4881333. Autos ,. 5 hwbe, sO..' aa
and Armada. One of the wall-to-wall carpeting Includ. TIME INCOME For Sale fllod our final report aif _......... FUEL OF FLORIDACORPORATION
few remaining top locations.Now ed. This house is located in Refilling and collecting mon 964 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 d. th. t that W.of bay FLOYD filed.H.a petition NEEUeeaMd .A..
has) 1 bedroom home a choice section of Venice ey from NEW: TYPE high for final di,.char.. herein and that eni.
plus effIciencyapartment.. Gardens with all central utili- LARGE 3 ROOM coin door sedan. Private owner. ::. IOU d.y of December. 1064, w.
quality operated dispen The Wishing Well, Casey Key Ill. apply to Th. ff..bls John Traham. Chamber of Commerce
Excellent site for multiple ties. House and grounds in ex. ers in this area. No selling County Judff. of SMaMO.C. Member
rental units, motel, profes- client condition. APARTMENTUNFURNISHED To qualify you must have car, Venice 488-5011. ..nal,..,report. Florida and, for for approval final) discharge of alH DOMESTIC. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL GAS SERVICE '

lional offices, private club, MYRON McGLYNN, Realtor references, $600 to $1900 cash. I RAMBLER, 1959 4-door sedan U< eo-ex.euton of laid ....t., I Heating and Air Conditioning
etc. An excellent investment f'2 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 Seven to twelve hours weeklycan Good running condit- 1 Dual u.'. Hk lay of KonmNr/ ,

It $31,500. Fireplace, Cypress Panelled net excellent monthly InJ J on. 39500. Call owner 488235. 64JESSIf F REEL Heating & Air Conditioning InstallatIonsGas /

eecFORCED come. More full time. For Raraiota.nd Bank and Trait Company Water Heaters
SALE Lots For Sale Llvlngroom nersonal interview write I Byl Frank Whin, VI_ -,.,'. Ranges

1 bedroom home, low county $60 PER MONTH WINDSOR DISTRIBUTING -957 PONTIAC. New Ores, A Bradford dent and smith Trul Ottl,,. Free Estimate." -

lures loaded fruit trees, 2 BLACKBURN BAY front COMPANY 6 N. BALPH new battery, power steerng Oil W. Miami Avanienlco ", l No Job Too Biq or Too Small

nicely landscaped. $1,800 lots. High beautiful natureal Near Schools and Shopping AVE., PITTSBURGH, PA., J 1 and brakes. $450. 68 S. v I Florida.ttarney for laid. I_.....!ont.P"bll.heol 263 So Trail. Venice Ph. 488-2271

cash, no closing. Low month. landscaping. Phone 488- Center 5202. Include phone number. Venice Blvd. 488-2430. N.... I. ... II& 10. ,



beach, 2 bedroom home OWNBR LOU JACOBS. IM.HIT 2-20 Insurance license avail. 1
After 4 I I
about 12 year o'd. Needs p.m. able. Write K. L., Box 746, Real Estate ornertD

Some work, but a buy at $lf,. Real Estate Venice. 8i

W: Now reduced to $11,000 HOUSE AT 712 GROVELANDfor il.
win small down payment. No in Ven-
PRIVATE HOME, rent or buy with small Will Trade
dosing coalsECONOMY Ice 2 blocks to Beach Casino.
payment and bal-
. . pay
Beautifully and tastily ance as rent Has new central WILL TRADE lot in Laurel Acreage Lon Home Investment Mobile HomeiButineii \

LIVING with Investment decorated. 3 bed rooms, 2laths. oil 1 heating, modern kitchen for small car. Phone 488- ro Opportunity YOUR SALES GO

possibilities. 4 lots Lge. living room, and two bedroom Tel. 488- 920.
With 1 furnished 2 bedroom, dining area. G,E. Electric 1321.

1 bath small wood house on kitchen, dishwasher, built-in Misc. For Sale RONALD V. ARONE when advertise in
Hved road. Also has 2 woodin mixer. Lge. Lanai with I ROOM FURNISHED Apart- you

buildings can be converted tropical plant. and barbe ment $83 yearly: $100 .... BALDWIN Orga-sonie Spinet i U P

to low cost living quarters. cue. Complete linens good sonal. Convenient to Venice Organ. Two Manual., 13 RaglllereJ 1
Priced for immediate dis- china and silverware Will beach and shopping. Call 474- pedal notes. Percussion, Pan. I
Plal. $8,750 $1,000 down. months. 2569. REAL ESTATE w
rent for 3 winter oramlc tone. 79500. Call
uNTIL CHRISTMAS ONLY Price $2,500. Ref. exchanged 2 APARTMENTS furnished, 488-4023 after 6:00: p.m. Voter j 1..t

Income tax and other legltl"ote !- . . On Don Bay. By year or ILEX ELECTRIC Orange 501 Villa Dr P. O. Box 263

reasons cause these REN' OR SELL 3 Bed- eason. Boat dock and fishng. Squeezer. Never used. Up- Venice, Fla. PH. 488-4163 "

owners to sacrifice lots. room home In Nokomi For appointment call right oven type broiler with ,

Beautiful corner Gulf Shores, close to schools church: f88-4 9& alec spit used only twice.

1 block from Gulf, make an and store Docking prlviedges. (en's golf clubs and bag, I r SPECIALS FOR RETIREES, ETC ,

06cr. Waterfront Venice Oarni. Partly furnished. BEDROOM, Laurel.HOUSE Florida: furnished irons, S woods. Sacrifice. Call INTERESTED ? In Immaculate condition 2 BR cement block home, \ .

mowed, free of growth $70,00 $65 monW,. 488-3323. tile bath stove and refrigeratorNice
In water . room. $70 monthly. No pets or utility room, carport,
for building ,
or hold ready View children. 488-3918. POLAROID LAND Electric: H. N. Wlmmerj Kea/for/ . $7950.
for Investment Sev- LOT In Gulf
eta! CORNER Eye Camera. Used 3 times, furnIshed CB home kitchen, dining area, living
inside lots Venice Gar section of Venice. Sewer ON THE BEACH at Casey easonable. Phone 438-1886. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCEAgent
dens. 2 lots on big lake In water-paved street. 3 blocks K.). 1 and 2 bedroom room, large bedroom and carport . only $5000

South Venice. 2 S.V. lots $400. to Gulf, Bay and CIvic Cen- pertinents. Seasonal $1,000 ANTIQUES Curly Maple, for Western Union Telegraph with $1500 down.

'Several" lots Bayshore: make ter. $38,00. FFa and 1200. Call Don ,Heath four post rope bed. Mahog. Monday thru, Frld.y v to Si Saturday to I For Rent: Furn. Apt. $100 month for season.

offer. One lot Country 488-2131 or 4886888.ATTRACTIVE any chest of drawers. Phone HAZEL I I. CONN
ClUb Estate (near beautiful CORNER BUSINESS LOTon 41774.TAUFFER. CLOSED SUNDAYS '

"J* Mobile Home Park). E. Venice Av. Future STUDIO Type *.0. RUL SSKISKS'S OAtS 5 DmI" ....mIUsTANIAMI
with Machine HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN H .. ltD. IIOIOMI" ,104. .
furnished Reducing
j"t walt, see these right traffib potential 500% In. apartment ,
cr..... Only $5000. Terms. private cabana.on Casey Key in perfect condition 1 -
eec. . . el! 488-4 4G. phone 488-43T8 after 4 p.m. 4I -

BIG SACRIFICE In Venle. SALE Due to death in ." I

I "edrooms, I baths screenM family. lovely modern 2 -
: I
porch,. oversized double B.R. 2 Bath Home In Gull WOLFER, MOTORS Inc. CITY OF VENICEA HOME & BOAT DOCK! .......... Furalaa4. City I !-
rage-workshop.[ Can easily section of Venice. Re- RAMBLER DODGE of Vonk. *. Each Suit ....* tat I
VIew house o/ cheese nttfltJ h*.ly free*. 2 Tile Baths Lot of{ Ha '
Jj Averted to home operatr cycle air-conditioning "|5 S. Tamiami Trail 48S496S-44MI50 among 2 Br. 1710 Saion. Living BMC*. I I
erse 2 Bedroom 2 tile batfit fireplace central heat and Bedroom. 10""' .. and Bath raniStcvx
'OHice, Beauty Shop, DooOffice and heating. Fire place, SPECIALIST IN. . EXTRAS All LIU New City and 5.,. .
*. or any home ope- porch, garage. Landscaped, sir conditioning screen porch. Completely furnished 'In '1
rated business.. All rooms,. many large trees Special fNGINE.TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS excellent taste City water end It"". Priced at $13,800.00 will S.D For __ ....800.... -
*J7 Irge.Lot JOOxl O. Was 30 day sale price $17,500. S .ke RepairFrent Lubricate O.uli TrnM .&.000 Os.Thi.. mid k* 4
$17,500. B.... ..'. Oold Nunvtl
W.JOO now for sale only $l7.- . End Alignment S Oil Change a '

"w plus Title policy. Owner PAUL E. NOWLAND Frert End Overhaul AdJust Headlight Beam GULF REALTY _:., MARTIN s. STANCIK .
roust MIL Liberal financing. Broker Wheel Balancing Electrical Repairs FRANK C. RAEBURN "ALTO.IN .

1Iow.'t,last so phone sight Phone 488-1231 Engine Overhaul Any Automatic er Standard REALTOR w", ,. Tool/ Ktg. Bnktt .
W. Y.... A. I 4ER .
* ,**. / I CHOICE 1 WATERFRONT: lots idle Retain Trentmlsilon Repair 351 W. Venice Ave. Phone 468-1400-48 -JM' Ph. 488473 214 So. Trail ri4aa-eei' j .

B"niON MARKUC: Realtor for sale. Direct from ownar. Atrcondltlenbiq Repair and 'Imtalletlen. .

Jfh 488-4709 Terms. or cub. Fa. 488-Jvjg. 1

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GONDOLIER' Venice Fl.. Won Nov 30 1744I moTM H-rt. HeaeVMA.BBMnMrtlnel Grand Ha.hiS. .
)rdJh1is1f-1 IVMGA
: ;) tea rrji ,... lists
OIL .Sw7'lK.r Jf"
1 1y B.lrU.a 181. Janet Ttmmei 171 -..

Venice Charlotte 38-6 I V... 171. -IH-Wli J-.a Wart Wert'l Wa.f.AoIoaerTloe Aat>.I Event Winners

y Whips BOWLING fie....... ...-1..... Btandlnni Cora-a
'1 0..Y 17.11, wlmm.r.; Real was
M.I/46Isis SHeld asda IS-I? Winners
4T-16 In
I C..D. Shoals? M. the t roA..
.pllt: P.51155 KYM" Ids 5.15155. II.... best-ball event held !
.. .
._ 1110 Colds
\Bord IK 8dw (1.w 171. last "weekend by the lul
i y.... Reed a rood Ca-0 Seller. CM- Golf Association at 1 !!

To End Season With 8-2 Record Gyro's Lanes I, Myakka\ Lanes I Ino. Llttrell Mlllla tla.Cenoreta Alb BMm'Mined Fartar 174-400-,100 HowardToVranaa _04... hold Venice division Golf Club were:In the the t*i'

MV ... fatal Mert ..-... eIbberM Saparkr. BeatfarOalla, Carp.Glanr Rran 177. Edith: Splttler 100-471, ROMSabatat lat -
Carpet Con.... 101 mxt IIIClarenae I It SUhl, Standard HeaUnit Servloa ill Jim Handera Il4-e 7. JapRaitmen r
M J*> Bnlhnrood II-M4| GUts Devlin. De lln'a Oaraaa. tO7l, Herb Crane IM, T.. Olbbens with a low netS
Quarterback Ray Joelson caught a pass from quarter Henna was the leading previous high record of elgh't Houae. 1M and 141 1 Bill Van S Yloa. 114 IU-ea4.....!. Sundard.Btandlnnl Ueatlnc Banded Ban Bra III. Milt. Wlkxm 100.Mrakka . 2nd Bill Smith ,'
I and left end Nick Harper back Chuck Fields on'his ground gainer for the Indians wins and two losses set If19bB Florida Urea Mobil. Hoane. MO Venloa-Nokomb '---l. Naea. Bodar and I
,: 5251 Do* D oat, A.ebs Oil Co., 1mr.Ha Heatlnt .,, Palntlnt ;1 .. k Taylor, TUp. Fanning, low net
booked up on three scoring own 30 and raced the remaining with (7 yards in 12 carriesfor and tied for the firs I < Carpet cent 1001 Md M tguuidlnnl Bank 11-11 Hood Dalrr Henderaoa H4n'A.Madre 1-I1I-IeU I Bodaiar PaintIn 82.

plays to lead the Venice Indiana distance to paydirt. a 8.( average. Joel_ time 1 in 1961. sod .Bait H.Anchor..... 11-17 Oil end 14-111..EMIT: Enite WwCleaaera '. nil, Paul Powera Nteboh/ 171.and Warren Bill Stahl 104*. !Tka* 111'.I..7-Up 11-14.1104051.15ndln.Soarbaer Tlla andBodaeor ., 3rd B. Migliar.e and r.
to an Impressive 38-0 The play started on the Tarpon ran for 32 :yards and Hasklni Next action for Venice wll i I M-U. Bowtor .* UM week., Header Aftamaeai Udlaa tollGarloek P.lntln. tM 1144%. Item Erickson, low net 65.

". victory over Charlotte High 22 to give the host eleven added 23 for second and thirdin be the Class A playoff til I l H........VM raaaral Haute* HMM ...... Caiall, lair LMlllea S an Yam. 'rh.m I IHelen. : Allen Cardinal MO 110, Fred, Larrr Valla Vlrkara 104,tit RowuindChapman Itaa In the 9-hole division tt.
of Punta Gorda Wednesday 78 yards in the passing department .: the running department. with Lake City here Frlda r Shaun Herterle MerMaa. l Ilf and 411Jerrr Laar 8wa riower Sop 0011100.Slandlnnt Ill. Blllr G0.-.. Ml nnd tOT winners were:

night at Tarpon Stadium in in one play. Harper caught four passes night at t p.m. Woodt Molare OoikUII Woodi' ; Cocktail Ixnmee: 111 Ixruna.1M ana.! ," 10-10, Brtll'a Bnttowood Mew and lead Woo d.Houee. M- Bob Henrr Pwraoa Wankman 101 100.and' Omy ale Phil Dour: Sheri lot 1st Mark fivers

I the final regular game of Ragged Rushing Defense for 81 yards, Hasklns one for THE STATISTICS 1011.| Team lUixllnnl Mel Robber 111uranm Marcblona'l Raitaurant and Law. dan. tOL Bar PerkliM 101, Carl Carl.on J ,\ Woodi. Coektall IAan. Suean Flower Shop tied 10-11 Helen 110. Al Simmon 111 Kama*
I the season for both teams. So rugged was the Indian 40, Steve Bradley one for 15 Venice Charlott,. '14-11 uid 1MI.A_.. A..I 5.5$*. Caaall pied un tha 4-7-14 ipllt. Lao Duka 110 and III.Karlr 2nd Walter Keltel
j Joel on hit Harper on touchdowns rushing defense that Char- Sam Morgan one for nine and 1st Downs 14 10 Bowler. tt U. weak Mat LaD_ Chadwlek, 171. Klkkl Smith IM.Serrleaft . Hltda Olnnr Sfabl Ce-Op Ev Brown in,
...... Here W... C.aM/lsul.e-rm. Ion.... StaUoa 177-4601 Bar low net 35.
of 41 four 13 four Meeay taearaara -
and lotte made only 18 yards on Landgraf one for yards. .
I Yds. Rushing 153 7 SoMk Ventoe Yacht Club, lull Splttlrr, Splttler Drr Wall Oomtnie.tton ) Ronarrman Air CandltlonlnK Due to
yards after fullback John the ground In the first hal Henriquei again led the defensive Yds. Passing 218 161 .1555.6 ta Howl I I. Heptomber u1 Mil-I Mil Wlllard Shephard. Radford 100 1 Chuck 1..y.... 0..1,,'. Fonranma, Thanksgiving M

J : Henna had put the Indiansout ; and lost 11 in the second I charge up front, and Total Yds. 371 168 .ola. a Lasso 114 naw.INI CerrU Gerrf Brink.Go ,,. Bootkeniea Trail C..t,5etle.10475 1615.1500. ,Standlnnl Radford ConItrurtion lit- IM-J44-! Land-0-Snn 100. BUI', alibi Hoo-tlla 101. A.taShah MllllaRocherllla Ow"Grand party celebrating tII,
,. ::1 in front with a one-yard half to wind up with lust he was ably assisted by Bob Pass Att 17 21 Yarht Cfab 1,11| Loll Garloek National Bank M-lt Salted Conitnietlon Sue.5Was1 Opening of th, n

t, plunge up the middle to cap seven yards In that depart Somers, Greg Jones, Bruce Pass Comp 13 7 :rather 4U* Brrinf Trail Coin and enmpnaand Laundrr, IMSoalkan tai 11-17. Bill 17-11.Plnder Dotmlter too, Frank Pot .Cr l.a_ Awe, asp planted front nine the vn.

a 55-yard drive that took ment. MacDonald, Jim Zacharias, Pass Had Int 1 4 |Bprln* and 51.5,1.0 I'll. 101. Dower Mock? lot, Lad. Gar.rlnior r.r.W =:r." Kola"KieanT Cola Ham. 1014-114 GA hag not scheduled an
,, toa, Bill Bodater MA and tot
1 Trail Cola lAud special event for
eight plays.The The Tarpons threw the ball Phil Youngberg, Ken Ringo Fumbles Lost 0 0 17-11 Standlnaai Swan prlii. awl Slamplnl Tavern Bill 'tall Shamrock Bar MIL Standlnni. Duncan Chenolat 1110Whllolokor' end this weel.
fifth Venice six-pointer 21 times and hit on seven for Hodges Bob Havenstrite, Jim Punts 0 1/31 U-lf South Venl e Ar a Vohmtaer' : 0. Ford. "kola.11.Kk-ea Berneta Mal Dame, BUIPhlllln. ''
week. 5045001L8t.ndln.
i was provided by Joelson himself 168 yards the second nigh Hatchitt and Shep Lawrence Penalties 90 48 onus Pin Dept.and U-l Genrr* Ba.a..1 Oorer' Gerril the Brink era M. Tarlor' Hardware Bmlttr'l and a 171-110, Klama: Tottan 17M10. Pat On the weekend of Dtt
est Defensive backs for the Indiana Tarker.TMadar Llgaora/ tied 17 Bar 17 I Scbmlt Ill lAI'sd. JearVel 11. Helen 3rd. 4th and 8th
on a one-yard quarterback total posted this season Score By Quarters: am the Thankaihrtne H. ii''R'.l Lat5." 50.. Helen: Kllbr "iAdBowan the stxclt
., sneak. The final touch against Venice vie the air were Henne Hasklns, Venice .... 13 6 7 12-38,, Hartwli HIM' nIM San IM. IM.Tearemgmop Ul and- John Via. Hdlala Hunter 114 111. l Clar'. Cooper. too IM., .II........ 111I...S ... wpobnfr 1/y. .,. association competition ,").,
down came on a four-yard lanes. The Indians picked off: Christopher Stahl and Charlotte ... 0 II 0 0- 1 I 171 fair 101 aerlea Jfca/ B.... eonTerted .Herman Dnke til, Ron Ooon .... Carler ) X. 170. be a dog t fig i h t
..... .. .
Welt 187. 117 4tl.Banea .
of the e--1e.pll Itm 110. and III" lie. lIonnlo Balls members
from four the Charlotte
Wright. making
pass sophomore quar. passes Scoring: Snoop Hartwlt wo' two tama andnli Vendlni. Barrletta Benilrix. .....0.. JIIII Sikara 1110671, aan up thel
terback Steve Dalton to senior Don Christopher interceptedtwo The Indians and Southeasttied V-Henne, 1-yd; run; kick 1.w .. cal! Uill, r and Joo Klavkn . lit Federal- _Savlnn Lan 1071 I ISO Dow Dl?. 111.neakerlrtat own foursomes and slgnln-

y end Tom Landgraf. For Joe Henrique one and for second place In the blocked. _,.fl.ld rp.Mdtolo won I. Jot Kluk tolled and 1171 Bill I Em till Harleoan Laiburr: ,Realtor Lobos. 171.1111.Realtora.Stand 100. ; Tarker 11'1.._ entry sheet In the pro-shon

I Landgraf, who has been out Terry Hasklns one. conference with a 4-2 mark V-Harper, 41-yd pass from AI Oallahon rolled" Mi Oeorre NlrhoU Inn. Bnilewood: : N:= alu 11:%, D 0'Br/.a '.Daaterlr, Buek",Garloek_ Lrdla Ror Dovbla K.. before teeing off.
_.. Duke 104 and fOI Jack Blal..k Is.os .
101 H I
most of the season with a Right halfback Paul Peden. I For the season, they tied the Joelson; Stahl kick good. Bullock> III.Ihiacaa Laobal7 R.'.... 17-17. Dora 5004-Ia44 J.. Ted Kindle Ed; ;: r-v."i: -, For the first time ;h
leg injury, it was his first ,who suffered a broken nose C-Smith, 78-yd from CheneM Mad FranBullork B.. II" II till. JIoeh..1l1o 110. Dero Rlt..Duell Joha months both nines will be
pass Bueklah Xd Garkarleb and
touchdown of the Rusty in the North Fort Myers Widman-PoHer Win Keltneri Prim,". tot andIll ethr H.ak 111, 5dls TaIor 710.1..w' .. Malone to play for this
year. Fields; run failed. Maria Burrla. PnbllK llou1c.... Ty.B........ M..'. L.. R..1. open event.
Stahl kicked two conversion: game played only briefly. He Shuffleboard EventVI V-Harper, 4-yd pass from 1811| '. Blma. IM I fee Dntfr ...... Ker A....'. till
:1'-DK't'; :. '. 101 Larrr JoIIo .. Air Control ProdiMta,
out of five attempts.The carried the ball once for a Jack Printlmr. IN SARASOTA ..
I Joelson kick failed. 1074801 Pvui Taoern 10X7 Lock 4
; and Ie" Koltnere Println. r" and
of New York ;
Ion Charlotte six- three-yard gain, but still Widman V-Harper, 13-yd from 1305. Bawl... at the week, Ft. Bul. ter 1011-IMI. Standlnni Fnrlawood RON DELIS LAMP '
half maintained his and Bert Porter of New Jersey pass lock and Ed Pannlll Praa Bullock al.. kuto Sorvloa 55%-17"%, Bntlewood & SHADE SHOPPE
pointer was scored by county scoring
Joelson Stahl kick good. Cape Hue 15-10 la
I ; 10 won tha TbankMlrlnf Turker.fltandlnnt : *
back Bruce Smith who and rushing lead. defeated Byron Lewis kick Taos, Doa Baael Real Ke8U.11U (-iik.'to.J.; :. Rauu, 101. Bob Kara
.;;:' ; and Galen Barnes, both of V-J08lson 1-yd run; 1.a Bnllewood' Bevlnn' 4 ....... tit, Uord\ Mlnek
failed. Loon $0-11%, and Panel of Bnikc III.
Venice, by a score of 94 to Sammera* Nanerr Ceorra DarHn, CUSTOM SHADES cloth
wood 11-17. covered
Landgraf 4-yd vinyl,
54 in the regular bi-weekly pass WAMB Radla 114: Via Metlaln. V. ,
f YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn game of potluck held Fridayby from Dalton; kick failed. Martha Mra-Vaa Roberla.Oredal Ie.laearaar........ MT Ual.e| Janet netlu larber Shop Oardena all 100-(7li Flrrt Federal r Partrldn Bar.nn burlap parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER
3, Clare-NJo. A_. tot I Sooth ft' Loan k. Btandlnnl AT Reasonable PRICES ft Prompt Service
the Venice ShuffleboardClub. o
er. Broad Ion ana! S.70 l Sea,loll Oardeni and ('ulll".. Soft Water

Auto Insurance COMMUNITY CLUB PLANS and .Bourberr Ina. .-.TII.. flara-NJa 10IL gtandlniatShoe. Apia. 18- >:1rr'R.: .:; ,aH"i." .Hood.tO-10. ,
t. I. LOW RATES BAZAAR CARD PARTY 1( and BMirbeer TII. 14-10. Bowler of 2. Ed Pfeffar 110471. Hike Boat Also hundred of lampshade
( aba W1' stock
the wait Klttjp whose and 100! Blllr ern 11*. Curly .WoK .... All
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS for anenjoyable ; 11.rks.all lohn Hooarworth til. Shape end sin
I The Community Club of B Brkearerl Awerleaa Oil .... VanJoa-Nekamki
Bankll Can and W. Make
GOLF Englewood will have a bazaar t1.151111. IMveaa. Onna Cltr 15 = BarneU F.rtor Fa- ,*
I I 'II' Eenllr' Lee Ker Acener. 4Ut RarNorrlo. Roma, Illl 1 x:1.11I k. Pabrt LAMP REPAIR LAMP
and card party at the JoUr Re, Baas Gaon _.. IBWtOt Dlok, Klwanla' 111,
day of clubhouse on McCall Road .... vials Carriena .111 and Ml I BDavkta. ienrr ,..' ..:1ta.Ir1 'a Oonatruo.lion 1115 S. Trail '/, block North of Sean
Mael Pknrer Shop, lot and 107-1071 Pure Oil lOura) 7014la1L
& i Tar Dec. 9. 9901| Venice I G5... Ui and 11711Emllr Rtandlnni, Fnrkv Funeraf{ Home I IN SARASOTA ..
: The bazaar will begin at Lea .1_' b.rI..II... ...... Her
flnt two aaraaa wan 141 and .her
SARASOTAGOLF 9:30 I: am. and offer foods third .... eha bowled' 148 Team
plant. and items well .Standlnni Jolly D'. 18-11 Orore Cltr
CLUB gift as '15" 17-lt. M.., Flower Shop II-II.
AGENCVj:1 I as Christmas ties for pack Ker Alener 81-11. Enalawoad. Savlnm
Tai ll-tl and. Yen lea Gardena till.
? I DAILY.a ages. Luncheon will be served Bowlet' of "' work. Haeel BadInaion -
FEES there at noon. and Oenrtv _...... HeaelRedlnatoei
i Just Off BM Ridge Rd. The card party Is set for Turker.Maaanla. woe tha n..bclYIn" Interested In Stocks?

South of Saratoga 7:30: p.m. Table and door ...... Don Dreart.. Rnf-
... prizes will be awarded. tan.. lot and. 6211 Joe Kla. >.k IM and
F" .... ATTEND
lii: : Ru" 141 and ttHi RleherdMcClellaa OUR FREE INVESTMENT FORUM
.... _loci. Bowler. el thaweek. ..
OOP. Draart and Do* aba won '"
tha Thankwttliur. 11-11' Jlaama Turker tO-14.RtandlnmlRuffian. Maaten I MONDAY NIGHT; NOV. 30, 8 P.M.

IT-IT" and RlraiM 1117.
11_.'" Wl ea Medra ...... Sea. VENICE HIGH
1.- :i tiny. Ice and 1551 l glare 7711 M. SCHOOL CAFETERIA
trona 1211. Bowlar of tha week., GlBrubaker ..
. and al. tha winner ofThankwlvhif tbo
V Turker BUndlnnt Ma

BilllPh1111's" )nIMl..d. .._.. 14-ta.NltaBurdlaa. OPEN HOUSE TUESDAY DECEMBER I
W. T Grant. Ill and 471
Hale Fradr Terminal Transport No.
2 M., 17 Cox.tructkm and Elaine. Tatar Corp, South 1871 Tour Flor- AT OUR NEW OFFICE:" 137 W. VENICE AVE.

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j i' To. 5..h, laid 0 a5. :7'I'W. T.05.nt .
,, ,;>I. I : .oo .ad 1555. 5..... 01lie 12 noon to 6 pjn.CITASLISHCD .
...... Katie Mlobobl and Carl Millar
Tom Enoch ... tha Thaakmrlrtntand
WARMTH this winter
cozy T sks. Team .....dID... Oloon'.
r JIok... 11-16. W. T. Gr..t "'4.1.4. dr9
I :
I' turn Rope f. Daeba Barer Keanal Jealar. W-10 Sberlffelathy f tf .

t t tI Wlboa. fpuNe.1NB.n5 11(7MUIIII
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