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: December 3, 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: VID00256
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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Rehearsal Call In Mid-December lli f'

Greatest Show On Earth Back Home ; r


Greatest Show on
Earth shook off the dust of
Its 84th consecutive season on I II
nand th, road this week and settled
down for its fifth year of
rehearsals at the newly re TyljI
furbished Venice winter

ff the quarters.
Ringling Bros Barnum and
Bailey Combined Shows ar
rived back in Venice virtual
ly unheralded at 3 a.m. Tuesday
rail i I in 37 degree temperatures
0 0 after closing its 1964
I ii
season Sunday night in Mobile ,
Ala. I
j PEACHIE The circus will open its 95th +
season with the first premierever : t
st t after 2 a.m.. held at its winter quarters ', d a1F

rain whistles blast and First four public performances Ii4. ;.
throated of the 1965 ahow : !
test Show on Earth
are scheduled Jan. 9.10 at the
,. As the sun rose big 5,000-seat winter quartersarena f t't r It
n to unload the at the Venice Airport
rmeri of kids A benefit preview for New t
the animals College will be held the nightof "
ustabouts stood Jan. 8.Venice I;
ping their feet area circus buffs
'fling coffee and { began to gather at the Seaboard
t their "chilly Air Line railroad's I
"' One old timer Center Road siding shortly
at are you after daylight Tuesday to II
t, it was five below watch as the big silver cars 7tf rP ' I
wing in began to disgorge their car ? r I( 'rf'i '
her added, "This Is goes of ling stock and circus r d S laJ''vI. I I'
place In a long paraphenalia. Already on the ') l 4Ir'ya ..t g

an rained.spoke" When up and a operation scene to watch when the The unloading GONDOLIER ,.,,, t, m ., e{',r ,', tnwati;!rr 1 1r

15 li the slowest reporters arrived at
ever been on, 300 7 30 were ardent Venice
day and a half" circus: fans Mr, and Mrs. J. Crowds visit the new tiger house and see trainer Charles Baumann end his big cats. I .

*t wartime started troop W. 'Not Hurst.Like Pittsburgh' I

ort and more circus: 2)r Within a. few minutes animal Solons Set Weather
began to gather handlers and roustabouts Bill And Dave High Low Rain I

c" Henderson, the : .Clam..check* .last began to assemble, ready to Nov 24 ...... 85 68 -
arrived to suplrv City of Venice's 1926 begin the of the final 1964 unloading season.operation "I- Bill TalksState Nov. 25 ...... 1e 1'1 .42 .
J job of moving to ; In tomorrow night's Nov. 28 ...... 76 12 "
complex was l a big First, black off 2)i de. Helping S.nta. get thought to be warm,"was commentedone supposed Council VictorsWith Nov 27 ...... 17 152 fNov. t, I

at greeted arrived his little tenior.helpers. Aliie the show man in who Kansas said he City joined and derson Senator and Representative Warren Hen Nov.: ;: :::::: : : ,03- r \

newly 2)R was seeing Florida for the Jack Hasson have scheduled a 52 per cent voter rights and In a run-off that Nov. 30 ...... 75 63 '
the a
r the camels dog came first time. a series of five meetings to turnout David Hamilton was year the figures were 827 out Dee 1 ..... 65 3'1 -
a "It was warmer than this receive proposals for new successful In his bid for a seat of 1,235. Rain for November .. . .. .54
he a, more biggest horses of 'em and In Mobile when we left," said legislation affecting Sarasota on the Venice City Council as Pledges Continuance Rain for Month ..... .... .00
hant, then more another "That's right," put County at the 1963 session of was E. S. (Bill) Raymond, When the results were announced I,
via, then more in a third, "but its a darn. the state assembly in Talla who was unopposed. Hamilton made a i
big cats in their sight better than the five degrees hassee. Hamilton received 489 votes brief statement in which he
ages came later. "when we left Pittsburgh The first will be on Jan. and his opponent, Charles P. first thanked his supportersand
e strangest thing Arrives 20 at 1:30: p.m. In Sarasota;, (Pres) Bent 225. Raymond got "all those who turned out
quietness of It all The long silver train pulled the second of Feb. 10 at 7.30: 582 votes. to vote." The new councilmansaid
into the SAL Center Road .
all were tied to the p.m. in the North Port Charlotte Raymond will serve a full he was anxious to continue
while others just siding after a brief stopover Civic Center; the thirdon with the same kind of
of term and Hamilton
tie A big elephant at the Sarasota performers to allow to disembark many Feb. 17 at 1:30: pm at the four-year will complete the two-year program the city has had for -'
d I over and stood of the championship nearer their homes. The final Venice City Hall; the fourthon unexpired term of Mrs the last several years. )
at Englewood Elementary said "Now that
Feb. 24 Hamilton ,
black dog until it game the time of the leg of the trip to Venice was Blanche J. Celli who resign
the fifthon
to go. The has been changed. locked wheel on School; and ed. we have many of the utilitarian
delayed by a
shed grass growing chairman March 3 in Sarasota. projects out of the way,
Sovereign the last
one of the cars Venice and Many in the small crowd I
tracks and a pony Divis Officials of we can start pursuing more
Retail Merchants
300 miles of journey required
he sand There the Venice Area Cham nearly a day and a North Port Charlotte were requested who had gathered to hear the recreational facilities. He
fusion and at last Commerce, announced half to complete. to have proposed bills election results expressed sur- mentioned a new civic cen .
e to the circus originally sched One of the animal handlers I ready in final draft form at prise at the turnout, which ter with a city auditorium, at ,
above scheduled meet had been expected to be very least six playgrounds which l'' '
an led by 18 to begin at '1:30: p.m., described It as "the slowest the C ; Ii
light. The vote at that was far would scattered throughoutthe MR. REALTOR
t last elephant had advanced to 7 p.m. train I've ever been on" ings. be i
entourage, the to allow football fans More Cars Added The county commission, short of last year when 1,13): city after a comprehensive -
((Continued on pate . to the big game. Five surplus coaches purchased school board and hospital out of a possible 1,397 voted. study Is made, and a con Now is the time
by Ringling from the similarly were requested to in 1962 910 of the 1,262 registered tinuation of the city beautification to really promote \
Assemble At 6:30 p.m.Parade Continued 2) voters exercised their
(Continued on page 2)) ( on page program your wares.
units h will assemble Planning, he said, should be
r t pttd at 130; p.m. on West Venice started on new airport beach
Avenue in front of City Hall facilities and he stressed that Advertise In the I.
and Police Chief John Shock- this would be accomplished on GONDOLIERSOUTH 11
ey emphasized that the parade a "pay as you go" basis
will be promptly at 7. Hamilton added this will call
The parade will proceedeast for extensive parking areas, COUNTY'SFIRST
INe- through the downtown children's playgrounds and
6 business district and south on other facilities found at a
the Tamlaml Trail first to first class beach.
?p aY446 the Venice Shopping Center Election CertifiedA MAIL \
and then to the Rialto Shop- waiver of notice meetingof \
>a (Continued on page 2)) the council was held and AWAY 1,'
the vote was certified Raymond
I tI Ff f and Hamilton will be ON JAN.
? UP sworn in at the first council
s meeting In January, DeadlineDee.15 :
4ta i The council also approved. a
(Continued on page 2)) I! :.

tixr7 100% ClubUnited for copy. I

Fund volunteers Month
CALL 488.5808
pitched In with renewed efforts Dry I,
this week encouraged and our advertisingpersonnel ,
by the continuing flow of con- will call I

have tributions put the and campaign pledges at that 75 Not The DriestNovember on you and aid you I, : :

cent of this ,eu', $24,001 in developing an I
per of this year may attractive ad that I ,
goal.The Venice-Nokomla'Dank < not go down in the record will sell . .
became the fifth business books as the area' driest, I
firm to join the "100 per cent t but it will come pretty closeto YOUR AREA and
participation club" with a report it YOUR BUSINESS
that contributions had Only .84 Inches fell during been received from all those bronze the month. In November 1960a
employed there: VENICE REALTORS Installed new officers The attractively total of .15 inches was re
Otther members of the and named the Realtor Associate of the Year were presented by Harry Raby, Venice branch corded the lowest since records
"club" include First Federal at I luncheon" meeting Tuetday. Walter U manager of Fint Federal Savings & Loan have been kept by Weatherman
WE'RE BACK Ready and waiting with Savings It Loan Association, Mile (confer), new Realtor president, con. ASM. and Charles E. Bruin, manager of the E. Raymond Watson. I
from the newly| arrived, circus Florida Power.It Light Company the award winners Robert S. Venice branch of Sarasota Federal Savings The highest on record was?
4 debark gratulate
IElLO.' ono.11 packed of to ponderous pachyderm' The sunshine big ,&Sarasota Loan Association Federal SawInge and Baynard (U|. Realtor of the Year, andJ. t Loan Ace 8 November.55 inches of fell.last year, when I
", .tick his Inqulifle snout out In the (Continued on page t) Herschel Morris Associate of the Year.

l;...,,lu y l-.i. .ih hi. turn to _disembark. ii ea- -

Lake City! ! ( See Story ) ? ,

Go, Go, Go, Injuns Scalp Pa e 8 .

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f l T 1 .J-TV, GONDOUtK h.,..., .....H Dec. 3, 1964 Phoenix five years ago Hi

station owned and in that operated city a He servic we Report Fires on and off the trail .11

a native ot Detroit, Mich. .
Bob Gregory Prominent Other survivors Include his To ForrestersWith
mother, Mr. Thelma Smith, (Continued from page 1) wife, Marjorie back from aur"s aren't talking.
and Mrs. fastened to their stay in the north and
of Venice a slater and a tebra were
k i Muriel Hooper, of Coldwater, everything tinder dry his harness and the sight of Lyle's brother Larry, and The only birds
: :
and the threat of forest fh'e. Venice
ot well Venice
Mich. the century wee the zebra wife Ann, as hunters "'deed
Venetian Heart Victim ever-present residents were tied to his 1 tall.Throughout as some little Smiths. Also week ken their Th
I Funeral service were to beheld reminded today that the new following the home team were turkey an
I I Ii Ik at 10 a.m today at the number of the Florida Forest Tuesday winter mornIng Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Mc- served. State nicely
the parade to the
i Rawles Funeral Home Chapel Service here
Ranger Station
continued. The circus Elhaney, "home" to Venicefor rest a. Henderso Cq lie
Dr E. Rob- quarters
Officiating was Is 488-9773.
:::: Robert Loyal Gregory; 69, the United States forces He grandchildren. was home. another season and Richa Merrick set out
of the VenIce broth
of 1112 Pine Road, well was a member of the Epiphany Funeral arrangements are ert Chable, pastor Mri. Margie Knauff, observer -0- r d 1>Mvrifleld. longtime early on, morning
: of United Church of Christ.Interment on duty at the station, friend from Gulf Shores Harrison's hr
known Venice I printer, was Catholic Church the NoVel incomplete pending plans tele- private
i I' 11 found dead Tuesday afternoon Post No 131 American Milton Pomroy. Intermentwill was in Sarasota asked that when a fire is phone Some books people to show up their Everyone is talking about the over near Arcadia, 8u
:I : in his automobile, an apparent Legion; Talnlaml Memorial be in Lemon Bay Ceme Memorial park. spotted this number be called strength. Being a 150-plus hug 'crowd of people from wer*'no'feathersd Create(

I heart attack victim. Post No. 8118, Veterans of tery. Rawles Funeral Home, pronto. pound weakling, I just read here who drove down. Far b* found, let alone Ihel
i' l Mr. Gregory had been at Foreign Wars; and was a Englewood, Is in charge of MRS. VERA BLANCHE the phone,book. more fans than, the home lighter side to the h
'4. : q the Venice Airport earlier in charter member of the Ven- arrangements. I find that while Smith and team had.Arriving. story is the

'I;' ; ,; the afternoon, posing for pictures ice-Nokomla Lodge No. 1854, Mrs. Vera Blanche Rossow, Lost A Boat? Jones are about equally com- -.0- the Cloth who weetH'e
1 as Santa Claus. Venice Benevolent and Protective MURRAY H. MORRIS 74, of 724 Oroveland Ave., mon names there are 45 in town tomorrowfor for birds end, to and
"I V Police report he was found at Order of Elka.Survlvou Mr. Murray H Morris 73, died Tuesday in Arcadia.A Smith while only 27 Jones In a abort stay before the came back with allgt
t j' about 5:20: p.m. slumped in Include his widow of Indianapolis, Ind., brotherof native of Coldwater, Here 'Tis the Venice section:" holidays will be Col. CharlesB. *r game, a deer,
!" I I the front seat of his car. The Mrs. Clover Gregory, of J. Herschel Morris, Venice Mich, she moved to Venicein Don't know what the Jones Richmond, president of catch himdetails to find oq ell
: car had gone off the road and Venice; a daughter Mrs. Realtor died last Saturday in 1851 from Alma, Mich Anybody lost a boat? are doing "but' I have heardof Kentucky Military Institute but know it's a
\ come to rest against a tree in Mary Kerr, of Colmar Md.; an Indianapolis Hospital Mrs Roasow was for 42rears Hartley P. Dermond, Cumberland a couple of.-real busy; EMI is a beehive of activity story . and trot
.' I ,9;I the yard of Mr. and Mrs a brother, Ernest Gregory of Mr. Morris was hospitalized a comptometer operator Road South Venice, Smiths. as Ben Thomas and his cores
I : George Payne 1309 Nokomis Hudson Mich; five grandchildren following a severe heart attack for the Republic Motor found a 14-footer beached on Alice and W. Seymour (better -of workers get ready for the
i I S : Ave Police said apparently' four eight weeks Lemon last Wednesday.It's Smith cadets arrival after the firstof NEED
and great ago Truck Co., in Alma, and the Bay known as Squiffy) HELP?
: no one witnessed the accident : grandchildren Mr. Morris was former Lakeehore Sugar Co, in Lakeshore -' fairly new but has been will be burning up the Trail the the year. EMI as we

", i Mr Gregory formerly owned There will be a RecitationOf head of a furniture manufacturing Mich. She was a badly neglected, If it's yours, from their Nokomis home to all know is the oldest private irS AT t
school in the
( : I : : the Sunshine Press and the Rosary Friday eveningat company and for 20 byterian. P..I' call Dermond, describe it and Sarasota for the next few military coun YOURFingegfip5 C,
: ' had recently been working the Rawles Funeral Home years was general managerOf Funeral arrangements go pick It up. His phone is months. Squiffy will be appearing try Did you know it was I-
.' Retail founded in 1845 which is the !
0 part time for The GONDOLIER Chapel and Requiem Mass the Merchants Assn Funeral' 488-6657. as Stephen In "Hotel
a Rawles
'I He was a native Of Toledo Saturday morning at the of Indianapolis. He retired Incomplete local Universe," the Sarasota PI.yerl' same year Florida enteredthe
Home la in charge of
: 0 Ohio, and moved to Venice Epiphany Church Intermentwill from the latter post five years next and Alice will direct Union. ,
I In 1946 from Miami be in the Arlington National arrangements the production while the regular --o.
; ; 4 Beach. : Cemetery. and his wife Mrs. Alice Yule Is ThemeOf director Paul Breasoud, We see by the Sarasota papers I
: I 1.. For six years he was associated ; Morris toured Europe the la on stage In the role of Pat. that the preview performance
.: with the Berwlch Enterprise ; MRS. ROSA ELIZABETH past summer and visited witha 100% Club The most exciting news, to be put on here
I I Daily in Berwlch POMROY daughter Mrs. Margaret Lemon Club however, is that the Smiths Jan. 8 by the circus for Sara-
1 Fa, and for three years was Randall who lives near Liv- will then appear in the Play sota's New College is to be a r .
1'I an instructor for the Government Mrs. Rosa Elizabeth Pom erpool, England Another (Continued from page 1) ers' offering of "My Fair swank black' tie champagneaffair. 1 11CE th.I''

". ,, I Printing Office In roy 73, of Placlda, died yesterday daughter Mrs. Marian Morrow "- First National Bank of Ven- ENGLEWOOD "Christ Lady." Alice will play Mrs. There's a bit of ironyin }
Washington D. C. at Venice Hospital.She lives in Indianapolis ice mas Around the World" will Pierce, the housekeeper and that. The big show which gt+fi= t tg9o6' drV1
\ I Mr. Gregory served In was a native of Dothan Funeral services were held General Campaign Chairman be the subject at the Lemon Squiffy has been cast as Col. got the bum's rush from ; V1de
: France In World War I with Ala., and had lived in the Wednesday in Indianapolis. William C. Payne complimented Bay Garden Club at i its meeting Pickering.If Sarasota when it was down e toe
'>, ', Placida area for 30 years. She I the employee of all at 10 a m. Monday at St that's not enough right but far from out, is now called
'j I ; -' attended Placlda Church of LEONARD H. WHITE I five concerns, pointing to David's Episcopal Church now they are all tied up work. upon by its former home ]

j ALLEN God. Leonard H. White 87, ofWillowiclc their participation as an example Guest speaker will be the MI on the seta etc, for the town to put on a benefit in its ttin..
: :' t : Convalescent and Survivors Include her husband Avenue Temple of "real united givng" Rev. Arlo Lelnback vicar of Venice Little Theatre's second behalf. .

j William H. Pomroy; Terrace, died in the church.A play "A Roomful of ....0-
I 'II, j I Nursing Home three eons, Arthur and Oscar Tampa Hospital.Mr. .Sunday a Although hopes for an early brief business meeting, Roses" The Oulfbreei Hotel will ABCSecretarial so

'' ,] 24 Hear Nursing Service Rose of St. James City and White owned a homeat successful conclusion of the called by' the club president, -, be ghostly for sure in 'Just a I
:I Phone Venice 4S8-17W Milton H. Pomroy who is with 2 Maple Road in South drive have not materialized, Mrs Kenneth C. Wood, will More Smith in the news.Rooting week or so when Sally Stubbs
the U .S. Navy in Guam; 10 he expressed optimism that bar
takes her Bon Ton
followed the Christmas for the VHS Indiana Shop several
:, I tit roNci oa LION AVI. Venice. He war a native of be by
grandchildren and six great- the goal will certainly be hundred feet east to the
Mrs against the Charlotte High prH.
arranged \by
!! London, England, and a former program
,,' cached and in less time thanIt
Gulf Theatre While
Tarpons Lyle Smlh end building. SERVICE
't' resident of Toronto, Canada .has Zabrlskle. A Christmas were H.p'
has been done before. J
I ever looking forward to moving to
ti t.\ I before moving to Temple "I'm told that It seems the buffet luncheon will follow sip
1 I EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP SHE Terrace five He Mr Lelnback's talk. Each her new headquarters, Sally Typing Dictaphone, U
I years ago. last few thousand dollars 1'1'' '
admits it will be with
a pang
Santa ClausContinued keeping,
la to bringa
member requested Mimeoguphmg
was a golf professional
needed to reach the goal Is often
that she departs the store aha
covered dish which be
Survivors include his wid- may Office
the most difficult to receive has had sine Jan.: 18, 1952. Management, M.i m
L ''t I' TRADITIONAL ow, Mrs Hilda White, Temple ,'' he commented, "but a salad or a hot or cold main ( from page 1) Everyone wonder what's In leg, Temporary Plea v,
Terrace; a daughter Mrs I know we In the Venice area dish Mrs. James L. O'Brien, ping Center where the units
t : let favorite store for the Gulfbreexe property
ut ityle your vase Walter Shields, Youngstown, will complete the 'job with the chairman of the luncheon will disband and If know they ment. Th
f \ or ceramic Into beautiful lamp. Ohio; a sister Mrs. Jack lame close cooperative efforts committee has arranged for The line of march will stop anyone

; Rwlnsg Rlsg, Turner of Venice and four that have proven so dessert coffee and rolls tobe briefly at Veterans Memorial
-I grandchildren now" > furnished by the hOstesses. Park for the traditional II
All tae0 If'Nira fruitful up to
t i Funeral services and inter. A major progress report Christmas decorations and Christmas lighting ceremony

Work by Experienced Designer and ment were in Toronto. session on the campaign is table settings will also be when Mayor Smyth .D. Bro- GOD FOR YOUR SIGHT THAN BY GIVINGA
CrafttmM scheduled for Dec. 15. supplied. hard will throw the twitch,
MRS. NANNIE turning on the light .in the HELPING HAND TO THOSE IN THE DARKI"!

,l'! I J THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. VIRGINIA HAM downtown decorations Helen/ Keller//

X t Mrs Nannie Virginia Ham, Greatest Show On EarthContinued I Santa la Person Donate your eyes to the
I I l" 204 N TAMIAMI TRAIL SARASOTA. FLORIDA 5., who came to Boca Grande .Santa Claus:! will be enthroned
atop tne Venice Fire De
nine days from Arba,
I f. ago ( from page 1) impromptu parade to the circus partment's 1926 LaFranceire
1- i N.C., died Saturday at the winter quarters. There, Sponsored by
4' truck. The parade will be
Venice New York Central Railroads
Hospital.She the fans had free run of the
circus rolling led by the Venice High School VENICE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY VOLUNTEERS
was a native of Norfolk additions to the back lot to kibitz while the
Va., and was the owner stock were dropped off at animals were assigned to the John band under the direction of It ,VENICE AREA NOON LIONS CLUB
': f Ii 3.SALES 01> a tobacco plantation inn Tampa enroute to Venice. Its barns and stalls where they other A. Sleaaman. Numerous i
units are expected totarticlpate. ------
expected they will arriveIn
I Arba. will spend the next six weeks.
\ J ,J Survivors include three cousins Venice later for the necessary Finally came the "big cats"and .
I y 1 "Aatrlm Nan I Ll*. tin O...lllr GMI U Mm Uu II... CM Da" J. P. Suggs, of Snow remodeling. the ticklish 'Job of getting boys Santa and will girls toss along candy to the. H-

4 ," COLOR '- B & W STEREO Hill, N. C. and Norman Doc Henderson Supervises them into their brand new route with the the goodies paade
j"t'r ,r' Suggs and J. T Suggs, of Awaiting the arrival of Dr cages began under the super being supplied the
'OPEN 'TIL 10 P.M. by F. W.
LaGrange N. C. 1. Y. Henderson, chief circus vision of Charles Baumann Woolworth
and W. T, Grant
; veterinarian to supervise the chief wild animal trainer for
Funeral services were held tores
i Alpha Music & Appliance In LaGrange and interment unloading of the animals and the Ringllng show. A crowd r JAMES T. BLALOCK AGENCY, INCIn'
was in Arba ring stock the roustabouts quickly gathered along the
Rawles Funeral Home, and handlers gathered in safety railing outside the ranct
,. ZENITH SALES & SERVICE FOR 19 YEARS Off. THEATRE 'Venice, was in charge of local clusters of three or four talk- newly completed tiger cage Solons Set
arrangements log and listening to small as fascinated circus buffs Established 1929

translator radios avidly eyed the snarling ,jungle (Continued from 1) ; 243 W VENICE AVE

PHONE 488-2618 WESLEY R. FUTCH Dr. Henderson arrived .bred felines. have bills presented page in final VENICE FLORIDA
.LAM/ AAIei / shortly before 9 a.m. In a U New Acts form Select and Consult an Indt
R. 72 Old I at the last four
Wesley ,
Hutch public ,
t shiny red and black station Only a handful of perform- PHONE,
r Tamiami Trail Road, Nokomis earings. pendent Insurance Agent a* you
and the unloading completed the trip to
operation -
--- wagon
I died Saturday at Ven- 28 Sarasota city repesentstives 4814791 I would your Doctor or Lawyer
got underway. Venice. Some new acts
EXPERIENCED MECHANICS, ice Hospital.A Talking with the men before many of them European, will were asked to present
I'I'I native of Lakeland, Fla. the unloading began, The join the 1969 edition of the their "legislative concepts"
Chamber of Commerce
Member at the Jan. 20 session
he moved to Nokomis 21 and to
GONDOLIER reportersle.rn.ed Greatest Show on Earth and . .aratln11
l .. LL .._
I rears ago Mr. Futch was a that the shortest stopover will arrive sometime within have their bills in final form
' B&W Auto Repair retired farmer He was a 'for a performance was two the next two weeks before rehearsals by the wind-up hearing on -
I member of the First Baptist March 3.
days and the longest five get underway
1 MODERN EQUIPMENT Church of Osprey. days apart from the six Besides the newly built This schedule was workedout 9 & I r

EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE Survivors include a son, weeks' stand at Madison cages for the 'jungle cats adjoining in order that legislation
t : John Richard Futch of Noko- Square Garden. a new outdoor training bo prepared and ready for introduction -
c Venice
: ; ALIGNMENT & WHEEL mis; two daughters Mrs. And that six weeks in New arena for the wild animal In the legislatureby 265 Nokomis Ave.

," .X BALANCEENGINE Minnie Heaton of Decatur York City reportedly will be acts, the winter quarter. in Feb. 10.
:r'r TUNE UP 8 2 Ga, and Mrs. Antha Wilcox, extended to 90 days duringthe past weeks has been a bee
I f r' OVERHAUL of Laurel; one brother, Sam- 1965 season for which rehearsals hive of activity as workmen
; t
I uel E. Futch, of Lakeland; at the Venice winter hurried to complete elephant Bill And DaveContinued
; : two sisters, Mrs Mary Sas- quarters will begin about and horse barn enclosures .
I.I'r I, TRANSMISSION SERVICE 1 ser, of St. Petersburg, and Dec. 14, following a two Another new building housingan 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 488 2291
Mrs Alice Jones, of Jackson- weeks vacation for perform. indoor practice ring was
1J E. Ave. FV 488-3502 ( from 1)
II page
vile grandchildren and ers and other circus personnel erected on the winter quart'are
Ii ; seven
i t I corrected deed for an alternate MARK E. FARLEY
'I backlot lest summer
I WORK GUARANTEED 13 great grandchildren.
ALL right of way for the ex-
; in
d Funeral services were held Crowd Watebe The big 8,000-seat arena tension of Ambulance Driver
South Harbor
larger crowd had gather which the entire show will be
r Tuesday at 2 pm. at the A
f 0' Rawles Funeral Home Chapel] ed at the railroad siding by assembled and rehearsed for Drive. According to City Planning Pint Aid Training

I ,I .\"1 In Venice with Dr. John F. the time the unloading was the new season has been completely Director Paul Young-
I it I, '. Gill, of the Nokomis Baptist complete and the parade of painted inside since berg> an error was made in RefitrereJ Apprentice
1 I ) Chapel and the Rev. Robert the animals to the circus last year in a soft gray-blue the original deed and was
I Embalmer.
{ .:f. Edward Owens of the First grounds across U. S. Highway and wiring for 64,000 watts of ,found by the Weet Coast Inland -
I,! j :{ ,,1' Baptist Church of Osprey 41 began shortly before light has been newly install Navigation District who Mark I I. 26 year old
10 then asked for the correcteddedication.
"I ir J ; officiating a.m.'b animals the I ed.The concession stand under .
Graveside services were ; do whitedog bleachers at the east
the Regmdjw
T. All
j J r held Wednesday at S p.m. at Ow Services An Aroilobl/
has been
of uncertain ancestry.Then aide of the arena
j the Mt. Enon Cemetery in Nearly 20 per cent of eye o/ flMMCfef Clrcemdoeca
for the
II, Plant came the camels, nors. *- preparing for a week ...... ... Phe4..
c 'I'I City. Injuries among children are I.-.s M
II' t 221 W. MIAMI AVeNUE VENICE ponies, donkeys, llamas Influx of performers and the
t It elephants and a lone lebra thousands of visitors who are caused byals, reports the I In; Funeral bWrww SInce 1932
t, 1J' \ I t CHARLES F. SMITH The unloading was .done to expected to be on hand for National Society for the Pre- Two LIcensed Funeral Director
,, 1"" \' : Charles F. Smith 34, brother the accompaniment of hoarse the rehearsals. vention of Blindness, Inc. -
j of Venice High School shouts .- some in a foreign"
j'i'i Two Essentials Athletic: Director RichardBill tongue from the handlers
:I ( ) Smith died ot injuries and to muffled profanity.
1'1 I c - - received in an automobile accident :; when the animals showed riot car from ECONO-CAR
I midnight In of fractious
Saturday signs becoming
\ ; t Our ability to terra ti ,matched onlY Phoenix Ariz.A Majority of the estimated rr"-:

r ; ;1 by our desire to lessen the burden of former Venice resident 75' to 100 persons on hand for we DoisD big

j t bereavement. The remit: w* accomplish" Mr. Smith had moved to the unloading followed the ,
I /
t t'i; whet others hope to do./
'cause wa charge so little


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j.e a t Service Unit In VeniceVenice j j,1

now hat It', ova, open a special Christmas Halg Mated that In the beginning
service unit of the Salvation start right next door to the all articles were given r i
Army which operates under shop. away. However, It was
j Jurisdiction of the Sarasota This unit has an advisory found that people preferredto
Corp, headed by Major E. board with E. Walter :Mali pay what they could. He
V. Farmer I as chairman. Other officers emphasized that no deserving '
The V enJce'unit started out' are Robert P. Merrill, vice- person In need is ever ,
In a mall way over a year' chairman; Mn Edward turned away because of lack
ago, moving from one tore, Knob, seeritary, and George of funds.
building to another a* the E. Youngberg, Sr. treasurer
Hal, said Chief Shockey's.
facilities were furnished by Also serving on the board are
services have been invaluable:
generous local merchants.It Venice Police Chief John C. in that he refers people to :
has now established I Shockejr and Mr. and Mrs, the Salvation Army. Many
c permanent welfare and thrift George' Crompton. transients are provided with
shop on the South Tamlaml In dlscuwlng the activities food and gasoline to enable
Trail and next month will of 'the Salvation Army here, them to, continue On their .'

I way. People who need overnight THE WINNERS Ralph Langiert, !left, owner of Handy '
Six Nominees lodgings are taken care Hardware, and l Municipal Judge John J. Blair check the list '
Announced of here unless it Is possiblefor of frite,winntrt drawn following the "grand! opening" cele \
them to stop at the Sal bration at the new hardware store In the Schaffner Furniture ,
vation Army dormitories in building on the S. Trail. Those winning prim were: O. M. ('I
THE combos IMPACS, will be, one the star of Florid attraction* for.moit Teen 12. Th* St. Petersburg combo! has appeared I For Hospital Board Sarasota or Ft. Myers. Rhine, Osprey, turkey; Laura Ouayle, call DuPont peint; : i
I .t on the Ed Sullivan The chairman remarked
Show and hv been L A.' Campbell, Venice, two-burner oil itove; N. P. Kutler, i
Haven for the Saturday night dance on Dec. booked at Thin Haven by popular demand." Kominees for the board of yesrs and are nominated to number that one of would people not believe served the by Venice, one-gallon thermos. 'f

directors of the South Sara- succeed\ themselves Dr. the unit here. He said that t
sots County Memorial Hospital Boyd, as chief of the medical big plans are underway for
I Teen Haven Books Name Asan, to be elected at staff for 1869, has been nominated the holiday season. Peopleare Motel Owners and Businessmen ./ '
Bands the annual meeting on Mon to succeed Dr. Dean C. busy dressing dolls and
day ed. Jan 11, have been name Austin, chief of staff for 1M4.McLeroy that anyone wishing to con- HERE IS A NEW SERVICE
nominated for the tribute gift items may leave
The Cave Men, the Impacs, drummer. Dancing will be from ft p.m. to midnight. Ad- There are six'vscancles to first time, Is executive vice them at either of the pick. LETTERS HOP AND MAILING. LET US MAINTAIN I
the Villagers) featuring Miss from 7:30: to 11:30 p.m. and mission for this dance also be filled. Nominations may president of the Englewood up boxes in the Venice and
Gretchen Holland on the the admission charge will be will be 73 cents. also be made from the floor. Bank and Is active in a number Rlalto Shopping Centers or at YOUR MAILING LIST AND MAKE THOSE PERIODIC
drums and the Thunder Beats the usual 73 cents. All Saturday night dances The six nominees are Dr. of clvlo and social organizations. the welfare and thrift shop. MAILINGS FOR YOU AT A SAVINGS IN TIME AND I
will headline Saturday night The day after Christmas during December will be open George ,:H. Boyd William A. Swift 'another first Persons with articles of MONEY. WE WILL KEEP YOUR MAILING LIST CON. !i
dances atTeen Haven for the Dec. 18, will see the Thunder to Venice area youngsters Bramley. Dan H. McLeroy; time nominee, Is a retired furniture may contact the FIDENTIAL. WE CAN ALSO PRINT YOUR LETTERS :
next four weeks Beats playing for dancing 12 years and over. Frank C. Rseburn, Earle L. manager Rand of the Remington shop and transportation will CARDS, FOLDERS AND MAILING ENVELOPES TO :
Featured this Saturday at Swift and Col. D. R. Van Sick. chairman, and of the at present Sarasota Is be arranged. GIVE YOU A COMPLETE SERVICE. FOR FURTHER I ;

the Venice Airport youth cen ler. Always ready to lend a INFORMATION CALL OR WRITE:
County Republican Executive j
be the Cave The hospital board Is madeup
will Men.
ter Mail Committee. helping hand members of
He are
served for
Early Avoid RushIn of 18 members six of
Dancing will be from 7:30to : whom are elected each eight years as a member of the Venice Police and Fire SOUTHERN CHURCH ,j '
11:30: p.m. and the admis- year. the Attlsboro Mass, city Departments who refurbish
lion charge will be 75 cents William C. Boca is chairmanof ENVELOPE AND SUPPLY COMPANY
council the
the nominating committeethis and was that city's toys throughout year and ,
Billed u Florida's. No. 1 representative on the Boardof who will be especially busy '
band the Impacs will head. Christmas him are year Burnam and serving Jones Cecil with Managers of Sturdy Memorial during the coming Christmas Box 1027 Venice, Fl*. 33595
line the Dec. 12 event at Teen Mailing Duff Stevens John G. Meadows HospitaL if people will give them their Phone 488-3095 Paul Cotherman, Mgr. ?:
Haven, with dancing from 8 and H. N, Wimmers. I Th,Jan 11 meeting. will beheld cast off but repairable toys.
pm. until midnight. Admis- In order to ai a p.m. in me community
for the "Now that the said "And the vote one must ,Room of the
lion charge Impact Thanksgiving : today. citizensof have been a paid-up member Venice
will be $1.50 per person. I holiday is over it is nota Venice can help us avoid of the association by Die. 1 Branch of the First Federal :
Back again by popular demand bit early to start planning that last-minute Christmas of this year.Bramley Savings and Loan Assn.
on Dec. 19 will be the for Christmas," Venice Postmaster rush," h* added. Rseburn and Van
Villagers with their girl J. Douglas Arnall 'Last year was a record Sickle have been membersof CMDR BERTOGLIO, BEAT'
breaker," Arnall recalled the board for a number of I AND II
The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thurs., Dec. 3, 1944-3 "and all Indications are for KEY WEST (AP) Navy
an even greater volume this Commanders Lloyd and Floyd
year since the daily averageof Auxiliary Plans I Bertoglio aren't twins. As far
'UJ both outgoing and Income as they know, they aren't ,
ing mail has increased tremendously Get'AcquaintedParty even remotely related. : J
since last year.." But they're both career
The postmaster listed a Navy airmen each has a :
few tips that "will not only Monday\ brother named Ed and they
ZIP into Christmas have served at many of the
put your
mailing, but help all postal American Legion Auxll- same stations. Lloyd is from i! .'
lary's acquainted Fresno, Calif, and is 47. I
; T employee move the mountains party ;
of mail that are expected and membership round-up Floyd is from Benlo, Ill., and AND GO TO
all over the country." I Monday at 6 p.m., at No-Vel Is 48.
r Post 159 Hall is open to all
Arnall said the Post Office persons interested in joining
Department in Washington !is the Post or Auxiliary, accord WHEN ITIAW
predicting a record seven big to Mrs. H. P. Kuykendall,
: billion pieces of mall will general chairman.The STATE -
,, move through the postal system party will be a potluck
HELPING HAND during the peak rush supper and those attendingare
just before Christmas. Someof asked to bring a covered I .
the things patrons can do dish and their table service.A .
When there1 lllnsu, you think of to help expldite Christmas donation of 50 cents for :

your doctor first. Our registered mailing include: adults and 21 cents for children i
pharmacist are ready to compound . Hunt up last year's will be requested.
I Christmas mailing list or Mrs. Arthur P. Swanson Is NP
accurately his every prescription make out a new one and president
... ready to lend a help. wherever possible add the Assisting Mrs. Kuykendall
hand when need It most] ZIP cod to the addresses on will be: Mr.. George Kaup,
ing you
the list. And be sure to put Mrs. L. V. Morton and Mrs. D
your own code ((33593)) on George Hambrock decorations
DICK & MEADOWS your cards and packages for ; Mrs. Horace Mathews,
the benefit of your friends, Mrs. Walter Surls and Mrs.
relative and business associates. Stell Splcher dinner committee I
PHARMACIES I ; and Mrs Wagner Eske-
Determine your list of 'linen, Mrs. Margaret Mathews l IA
21 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 483-6776 and Mrs. Clarence Kirch-
that must be '
gift purchases kitchen committee. What teem we mat I
Ph. 488-3985 mailed. Such planning allows way \ -'
Venice Medical Center your furniture and our move,..
you to shop early when selections sure to stock up on mailing We're reliable *i a tackle . .
are greater; and be materials in advance. (Arnall fait *. any half-back. Pigskins .
emphasized that poorly wrapped .
or pianos win, when N
and loosely packed car Jill
they are move us. Phone E.
tons are the major cause of I
parcel post damages) _

Write the address on only THINK OFla S I,I
one side of the exterior wrapping
but put a duplicate I. /
name and address inside the ,
z carton in case the outer covering
is not secure and comes "

VU4Qt3if off.The postmaster at Englewood 4 + >

Nokomis and Laurel also
joined in these recommendations. .
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Installs 1965 Officers We dnesday

New officers of Vtniet ber, pianist. In charge of refreshments. are members ofSarasot a I th Degree Granger and cam
s Grange, headed by Frank Elected to the executive Installing officers will be Grange.All her from Paoli, pa, where
W Hunter as worthy master, will committee were: Harold Robert Proctor, Florida visiting Orange member he was a member of Chester
be Installed at the group's Lance, three years; Alfred Grange overseer. Assistinghim are welcome and members Valley Grange
meeting Wednesday at 7:30I Bahret, two years, and Vincent will be: Mr. Robert are requested to bring Hunter was director of public ,
p.m. at Venice Civic Center. DeVine, one year. Mrs Proctor, emblem Bearer; non perishable foods for a schools of East Whitelam
They were elected at the Ernest Kukkuck was named James Irwin, installing master Christmas basket Miss Huntley (Pa.) Township for 12 year yl
Nov. 29 meeting. home economics committee ; Mrs. James Irwin, chap- is in charge of the project before his retirement. Other 14
I I Other officers to be Inducted chairman; Mrs. Lance, com- plain; Vincent Andrews, mar. and said that donation activities included Boy Scout
J are: Milo Winchester munity project chairman; shall; Mrs. Vincent: Andrews will be accepted In lieu of work in Marple-Newton (Pa.)
,, s overseer; Mrs. Frank Hunter Miss Huntley, publicity chair regalia bearer; Mrs. Annie ,ltts. Township.
I I i lecturer; Ernest Kukkuck, man and Mrs. Boyd, chaplain' Gay, musician, and Mia Anna The new worthy master has
steward; Robert Hicks, assistant assistant. May Bivins, soloist been a member of National
,: steward; Miss Etta Hunt- Robert Hicks will be in All are from Manatee Grange since his affiliation Local Jeanie
"' ley, chaplain; M r s. Lydia charge of installation and Grange, Bradenton, except I with the Harrisburg Pa +
"\ Keyser, treasurer; Mrs Char. Mrs. Bovd and ){rl. Lance. I Mr and Mrs. Andrews who Grange In 1937. He is a Seven-

les Salo, secretary: Charles Contest Set
1' I, Salo, gate-keeper; Mrs. Harold
I'i Lance, Ceres; Mrs Richard
Boyd, Pomona; Mrs. Vincent
For Dec. 15
i DeVine, Flora; Mrs
I I Robert Hicks lady assistant
,Ii steward, and Mrs. Mabel Far- Cecillan Music Society this
I .. week opens its local Jeanie

; :t Grace Methodist J.applicant Douglas contest Arnall in with charge.Mrs.

The fourteenth annual Jean-
t WSCS Circles r r"s Ie Auditions and Ball, spon.I .
::1 : its I cored bv Florida Federation M

I of Music Clubs, will MemorialIn be held A BERET AND SMOCK put Mayor SmythD. 'which 'will be held on Saturday. NormaiU
Meet\ at Foster
t Tuesday White Springs on Feb. 12- Brohard" In the mood for painting this Fatten, left, and Aim. President Ed Gtrbt,

The December meetings of 13. The local contest for the week when he made the first strode on a rich are supporting the canvas for the novice I
1 the Woman's Society of applicant to represent the painting that the area residents will com painter. The show 'will be at Venice Shopping
4 'Christian Service of Grace >cllian Society will close on plete. His atiiitanh Ted Howell, chairman Center.
;, 0 Methodist Church will be held ss Dec. 10 and the local auditionwill of Yenice-Nokomis Art hili.'a Sidewalk Show,
t 1! on Tuesday, except the Mary be held Dec. 15.
, o Martha Circle which will Applicants may obtain entry -
meet Dec. 11 blanks from Mrs. Arnallby
I Tuesday the Esther, Naomi writing P. O. Box 64, 'Everybody Can Paint' At
and Rebekah Circles will Hauser. Applications Lane, or by must telephone be-
have a combined Christmas I
I accompained by a five by
party at 2 p.m. at the church.
I seven glossy head and shoulders -
Members asked to bringa
I I are print and a written statement .
gift for an exchange. Sidewalk Show
of training and experience SaturdayMayor
\ Miriam and Grace Circles signed by her voice
will meet on the same date for teacher. I -

I a combined Christmas partyat Participants must be be. ; Smyth Brohard put tion will exhibit their work at A large number of new
2 p.m. in the Community tween the of 17 and 21 and offer members
ages the first red splash of painton the sidewalk show affiliated with the
I b Room of the Sarasota Federal (not yet 22)), and a Florida I the four by six canvas being works in various media for Association at Monday night's
Savings and Loan Assn. A girl whose family has legal used at the VenlceNokomis sale at traditional "sidewalk meeting, according to (
I. short program and a /gift ex i residency. Art Assn.'s sixth annual show" prices. Ted Howell Is board member.
change is planned. I Jeanie entrants will be Sidewalk Show Saturday to in charge and said that the
I Mary Martha Circle will )udged on the second day of' prove> "Everyone Can Paint." show is being held early so OOOOO S00000000
I, meet Dec. 16 at 1 p.m. at the the White Springs auditions : This is the theme of the that Christmas shoppers can
home of Mrs. W. R. Stegenga, NEW OFFICERS of Venice Grange will be Mrs. Vincent DeVine, Mrs. Harold Lance, and will sing three songs by show, which begins at 9 a.m. include fine art In their gift GULF THEATERToday
Egret and Lemon Bay Drive installed Wednesday. They are, left to right Mrs. Richard Boyd, Mrs. Robert Hicks and American composers one of at Venice Shopping Center. selections. thru
South Venice. Mrs. Robert. front: Min Etta Huntley, Mrs. Frank Hunter, Alfred Bahret. Third row, left to right, Vine which will be a Stephen Fos- All visitors will be asked to ; The exhibit will be continuous Saturday
Gamble will present the program Milo Winchester and Ernest Kukkuck. Second cent Devine, Harold Lance and Robert Hicks. ler composition. They will make their contributions to throughout the day. Exhibiting Walt Disney's'SO
and Mrs. Sam Roach wear 1854 ball gowns in pas- the large abstract which will '
left to riant Charles Salo, Mrs. Salo artists are requestedto DEAR TO MY HEART'
will give the devotions. row : tel colors. later be cut into smaller sec. check with Howell as they

.. t. r 4-Th GONDOLIER Venice Fla. Thurs., Dec. 3, 19641 scholarshIp Winner will for receive furtherance a $1,000 of tionl, and annual auctioned theroup's arrive.At and

Contract Club Changes her musical education and the Association meeting Kiddie Matinee
The dinner will be held Jan. 45 memberswere
I Monday some
lesser scholarships will go to 14 at Cyro's Venetian Moon shown the scale modelof Saturday 2 p-m.
; fa he four runners-up. with Normand Patton as the Art Assn.
: proposed "THE CLOWN
Schedule Sets Trophy chairman of that committee.
I ; building, designed by Charles
t" ,
1 Venetian Court Plans Members of the Assocla- Meek, AI.A. architect, and AND THE KID"

HOURS Rummage' Sale Tomorrow executed In miniature by the
\ Competition For Dec. 18Tomorrow's WWI Auxiliary Names Association president, Ed
7:30 Venetian Order of
em.i i Court, Tropical Drive-ln
Card Party Hostess Gerberlch. This will 1 go on
j Amaranth will hold
1. a rum-
t It duplicate gameof Civic Center on Barcelona mage sale tomorrow from 9a.m Mrs. Mo>> Olsen and Mrs. display Savings and at Sarasota Loan Assn.Federal In the Today thru Saturday
to 3 at the Masonic Jernadetle Begun will be
t Avenue and start at pm .
the Venice Contract Bridge promptly near future.It "FOR THOSE WHO
hostesses at WWI Veterans
Temple a
Club at the Civic Center will 7:30: under the directionof features miniature paintIngs .
I .... .... p.m.
.t: Mrs. Fredus Boda Is chairman Auxiliary Barracks 764, dessert THINK YOUNG"and
be Master Point night.It Mrs. Elizabeth Deeds. o by the Association Boardof
i became necessary to The annual competition for assisted by Mrs. Fred The card party will at 12:30p.m. Directors and sculpture by
LAUREL DAY SCHOOL Norman. party :
; the Tom Weaver Memorial Board Member Leila Welling
Master Point night for.
t1.J move Officers will meet! at 7 p.m. at ,Venice Civic center "HATARTand
t I ward a week due to the Sectional I Trophy has been scheduledfor for initiation and of members ton.
? Kindergarten Classes for 4 & 5 olds. tomorrow reehearsaL guests are
? yr. Duplicate tournament Dec. 18. In addition to the invited. The brochure of membersand
$20. mo. In advance being held in Sarasota over trophy full master point patrons being prepared
t 1 $1. session the Dec. 10-13() weekend. awards will be at stake. The under the chairmanship of "DIAMOND HEAD"
c ; per As a of the trophy is currently In the pos I Bill Way will be ready for
1 consequence
I All day care for children 2 to 6 yrs. old. area tournament the regular session of Mrs. James Ka'c' fis distribution shortly, he said. cxxxxoooooooboooooooooGifted
and Mr. William Prior.Methodist .
I' I $2. PER DAYattending duplicate game of the Clubon r ,
( at least J days I wk.) Dec. 11 will be a "fun" of
} game with no master points Men\
$2.50 or fractionals Involved. Winners .

I I'I'I (attending less than 3 days a wk.) appropriate in this game prizes.will receive To Hear Talk IBAMIeIr yfLL.

THIS INCLUDES CLASSES HOT LUNCH Visitors In the area are re By Dr. Mahvin\ r 1
minded that the duplicate
t LAUREL RD. E, LAUREL PH. 488.2639 games held by the Venice
Dr. Jarl E. Malwin will discuss -
I I Transportation available N. to Sorrento Shores Contract Bridge Club are open early Florida Indians
and is In.
games everyone and display artifacts of their Pendletons'from
I I and South to Venice Gardens. vited. The games are held cultures at the meeting of I

d every Friday night at the Methodist Men of Venice-No-

j 1 1I komis Methodist Church Mon-
day at 6:30: p.m. at the church
,r V fellowship hall.

I The dinner will be served m'he 5RffRin'u
at 8:30: p.m. preceding Dr. ltnp
Malwin' talk. Members of

:) i i i'I Society Priscilla of Circle Christian of Woman's Service 225 W. Yenta Av*

will. be in charge of the din-

ner.A skin-diving enthusiast Ph. 488-1620
Dr. Malwin will exhibit artifacts SOME AREA RESIDENT will be the proud possessor of
he has found In his diving the boat, motor and trailer Mrs. James H. Fox, left, and
Cl in Oil/? explorations along the Mrs. Edward C. Knob are admiring. This Is the major Tam-
Gulf and in the lakes and bola prize of the Catholic Church of the Epiphany Guild
i rivers of the state. He will Bauer which Is being held Friday and Saturday at the

I discuss Florida Indian cul- church hall. New owner will be announced at 9 pjn. Saturday -
tures from earliest known
1 CIIIJJ7JIi1! t zCZiVOJ times Inole the present-day Sem- at the Bazaars closing.

Are You A GOOD Dancing Partner?
HMS Phoebes To Have

English Tea, Christmas Why not take advantage of our . .

J ''I Party On TuesdayHMS r, CHRISTMAS OFFER . for yourself,
I I __ or a* a delightful gift. . "Complete
Chapter of
1'' I : / Daughters: of the British Empire program Includes:
: will have a Christmas ,' I 8 Private, 4 Group and 4 Social I

party at the home ot Miss Lessons for . . . . . . $32. a
1 i i Ji. : sea HAVE MORE MERRY MONEY NEXT YEAR Gladys: Baggs.of 809 OrmondSt. Teens & Children's Special

i Thursday at 1:30: p.m. 24 Lessons for . . . . .$30
r I A traditional English tea

i I I.: It's a merry feeling to have money for holiday shopping! A will will be feature served the and singing the party of FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO

I \ I ; small payment each week builds up to one big Christmas Club Christmas carols and an exchange Ortrlooking/ Sarasota '11''I"

.I I I check. By starting your Christmas Club now, you'll be set for of ,lft.. A short business 1233 Gulfstream Ave. 958-6675 Open 10 ajn. to 10 p-m.
meeting will precede the
,I John R. Gordon Licensee, Member Sarasota C. of C.
buying without borrowing or piling up bills. party.
II. Colorful spirited'PMldUtOM
f I MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH naturally withChrlltma.

'; t tradition. Warm-hearted gifts with
: FREE GIFT Merry Christmas Carols, ...", your mobile. lams, p."..l prapiriy mi *."...1! liability.. Cmri loll .*vtd ky! of 100%
the enduring vitality
i : fire, lifMmnt, wmcMorm. bail,, rid t civil emulation filling .1'.,.ft. vehicle the
an exclusive LP record with four great evoke, raad.lis m I nollcKiii muchitf. tn!!.!!. foiling .bi.ct water damage hem plumbing. .r virgin wooL Certain to pleas
artists performing your Christmas favorites h(4ting systems, blowing up of wafer b..(.r, glut .br*<..go, frooiing and electrical l l damage Indooraman, outdoorsman-any
..... '
to .ppli. comfortably
who likes to bt
for : man
. yours simply openIng
a Christmas Club with us! Case 'Is iHgbtfr' higher Mt.oIe of fire peeleealea.MOIILI *
I tout I/MT Sport SIM.MM-A H
MOMS CAI.'OITI, Others ntt and ,...
CAIANA ITC. 0 4eoe R e,000 R 1,000 s10eo0 Lounging RoN,S-M-L-ft,SIM
CONTENTS '.200 Isoa .400 3,000LIAIILITY Others 1.18 eM.MCa.uaac.fI
I VENICE-NOKOMIS BANK 10.000 10,000 21,0011 10,000 .aAof( loges
COST PER YEAR 17 U J9 n .5 5 5 S-M-L-XL. ".'"

@) 304 WEST VENICE AVENUE ,_ NOTE This peh.y h.l NO DEDUCTIKE. It preside lirat 01.11.," .**.r.<* far slab",, hem I $ rhl float Slacks.191f,1tXIi
VENICE FLORIDA R4NK 7\ any ...s.! lilt.d .....*. W. adjure| cl.Im. pr.niptly ..4 ,lug. claim sheds right In ear
.fdc*. W* are the Eielunv pat fet skis I.,...... .np.iiy I I.. the Venice Art. '

; j "Sarmob Cowrf/l, Oldttt tank" AeiNe' til W. Vnln Avi I I i

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. and club activities ,

Dorothy Woman's Gaynor Editor j ,'I a'' ,, ,-



ARPTo Organize I "

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enice Chapter .:jottingiVenice s ,t

. bd. g. .
chapter of AmeriAssn Is '
group organized. II II 1
of Retired Persons AU persons M and over are 1 f'
organized at a 1:30
be eligible for membership but It was a real coup for Mr. done, El Salvadore, where he
meeting on Dec. 18 ate the low-cost group insurance and Mrs Barney York, Mr 'is spending a year learning
Civic Center if those I maintained by AARP is available and Mrs William B Linn and all about management of his A i .
ding request the action only at 65. Mrs Edwin L. Steel when family's coffee plantation. Ia
preliminary meeting in AARP is i national, non- they procured the services of They were married in 1962 ,
mber initiated by Mrs.r profit, non.partisan organiza Ben Cutler (of Pierre in and lived in Tampa before ,
P Swanson, brought tion with more than 700000mpmbfrs New York City) for their they left for San Salvadore. _
I H. Gardner, president and 360 local chap- party? honoring their three -- ,)
roast Council of Florida t- debutante daughters.. The Four area artists are now FIRST MAJOR PRESENTATION of Christmas minie will be of the soloists 'left to right Sandy Cobb, Roy Bemtut, Di-.1 }
p Chapter and president party is set for Dec 30 at "school girls" at New College I the 120-voice Venice High School Chorus In Handed "M_ rector Harold Fulh and Roberta Merrill. A fourth soloist I

e Largo Chapter here to Sara-Bay Country Club and Art Sympos'! m. Stephanie tiah" Monday. Checking the score are the director and three Marcia Baird, was' not present when the picture was, .taken
si organization possiblli- honorees are Misses Kim Takores, Leila Wellington, ; :
Forty persona attended York, Jane Steele and Pam Leah Lasbury and Tatlana
,taer will be here for Lynn Ben Cutler's music isas the 16-
December meeting, as any debutante knows week McKinney course are which taking is being VMS Chorus Sings 'Messiah' Monday ,I 1

Mrs. Grace B. Hahn, THE band most desired by taught -by -four artists Syd
and Mrs. Kenneth the young.
dent, Solomon' being the first and
vice-president of the -0- the
Chapter. All three Kim, who was home 'from director Venice High School Chorus, sing at Venice-Nokomls Worn-i Four aololsta Roberta Merrill High Schools A native New
ota -o-
Centenary College in Hack. under the direction of Harold an' Club in a program of and Marcia Baird will sing he taught school .
he wok present there are ap- ettstown, N. J. for Thanks Mr. and Mrs. George Fultz, will begin Its Christmas Christmas carols and ex- the soprano solos; Sandy later in Illinois and Iowa and It ItEnglander .
250 AARP memo giving, will arrive for debutante Skaggs of Waynesbury, Ohio, music presentations cerpts from the Messiah Cobb, the alto, and Roy Ber- was a radio announcer in :
irately in thee festivities on Dec. 17 arrived last week to occupy Monday with a 120-voice rendition Monday' program will be nlus, the bass Accompanists : Sarasota before assuming his '
other chapters Gardner said and will be honored at a party the home of Mr and Mrs. of Handel's Messiah," held at 8 p.m. in the VHS will be Mrs Lester Wendt on I position here.
area hosted by the Warren Spurges W. H. Skaggs who are in Indianapolis On Wednesday they will gymnasium and will feature the piano and Paul Webingaon
and other eligible per. Ind., for the wIn. ; }.
and Vernon Masons on Dec. the
who will not be able to ter. They expect to be in the organ r,I
OES Initiates ;
I MRS. ARTHUR SWANSON 21. This will be at the Spur There will be no admission Tonight :
d the Dec 18 meetingare ge's Casey Key home The area until February Mrs. Norwood Attends VFW charge but donations will be I
interested in forma- ters It provides low cost "In. Debutante Presentation Ball, -o- accepted Venice Chapter 248, Order j t taf
of a local chapter are hospital"* and "out-hospital" at which Kim will make her Mr and Mrs Louis Mate, At the Woman's Club 12:30: the Eastern Star, will in- \ I
I to notify Mrs.'Swanson insurance through a group bow to society: with 12 other married earlier this year, are Auxiliary State Conference p.m. luncheon meeting President itlate new members at the I.
S-3918 She la acting as policy, budget priced drugs area girls, will l be held Dec, In town between jaunts on Mrs. J, Fergus Hunter regular meeting today at 8 I I
ral'Y chairman until the from the organization' own 23 at New College Hall. their extended honeymoon. will preside at the business p.m. at Masonic Temple .. t
drug stories in St-: Petersburgand - They toured this country, Mrs Kenneth Norwood, of tratlon tomorrow evening meeting which will precedethe Mrs L. D. Long and Mrs \
in Washington, D C, and of debs Carol then came home and spent a musical program. Mem Barrow Simpson will serveas
nukkah Feast Speaking Miss Nassau vacation with friends, Nokomis, president of the 10th She and all delegates will participate .
hearing aids at greatly reduced Austin is one of the Sarasota District Ladies Auxiliary to in a parade Saturday bers should make their reservations registrars
Mr. and Mrs. James Fox,
rates, Gardner said. sub-debs "NOS" group, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, morning. by calling 488-3736, The refreshment committee I t
Mr and Mrs James
Planned Among other services offered recently formed Carol is the Fuhry will attend the mid-year conference Mrs. Norwood will 488-1320 or 488.2489 by S p.m, members are Mesdames Cis-
gram and Mr and Mrs James Mur- reporton
by AARP are tour travelin daughter of Dr and Mrs. of the State VFW and her work in the district to Monday sie Serrell, O. K. Simonsen
of Pittsburg, Pa. will
ry They Fultz is musical director for Sarah Smith and Mr. and
Europe and Maturity magazine Dean Austin and granddaughter Auxiliary tomorrow through the state president and .
leave for Christmas with her council 11
rasota both the Junior and Senior Mrs John Suss
of Mrs. Andrew Hedman family in Louisville, Ky and Sunday in Daytona Beach members. In addition to tt

Hebrew "Hanukkah" who is now a Venice residentat then will pack their bags Also attending the conference her post as district president, The GONDOLIER, Verne. Fla. Thu/'l., Dee. 3, I9M-5 fIll ..
100 the Esplanade. It took again, for a six-months trip will be Kenneth Nor she is state patriotic instructor -
atory Feast of Light, VYC Luncheon Mrs. Hedman four years to to Europe wood, commander of the I''
e celebrated at Sarasota Bridge make the break, but aha did- -0- Tamiaml Memorial Post No. 1 1f'
Auditorium Sym. In She leaves OUR NEW 19650CHRISTMAS A d
ipal May. Sunday, 8118, VFW; G Warren Fuller
Rehearsal Hall Sunday Venice Yacht Club Ladies however, to spend Christmas Mr and Mrs Albert McH- chairman of the Tamiaml
An chef at the
30 p.m Bridge Lunchen Tuesdaynoon lin Santa Monica, Calif, her veen flew In literally, In Post's Voice of Democracy enterprising CLUB
St Louis World's of
5. Rhea Marie Gershon will have as Venice former home. their Beech Bonanza, for a Contest; Mrs Fuller, junior Fair
ell the story of the feast hostesses Mrs Norman Ma- - week at Sunset Apartments vice president of the Tami 19M introduced a new delicacy -
IS relationship to Christ. gee and Mrs. A J. Nordstrom Other "new" residents are Owner of a tobacco farm in ami Ladles Auxiliary; FrankJ -beef chopped, broiled IS NOW OPEN
and Christ as the Lighte and Cape Haze Hostess Mrs the C. F. Rabers of Cornwell- Annapolis Md., they use their Korinek, past 10th District and served on a bun.
: World after which a Burton W. Bartlett on.the-Gult. They aren't real. plane for such jaunts when commander; Mrs Korinek
d musicale will be pre- Progressive bridge and foursomes ly, having bought their home the whim strikes Frequent and Mrs. Thomas B. Glaze a
d by the Trl-M Music will be played. Reservations last season, but they have visitors here, they may return member of the Tamiaml auxiliary PALMBeauty
composed of membersest should be made not been back from their summer later this season he .

: Coast Symphony Or- later than Sunday by callingthe place on Crystal Lake (Frankfort said. The purpose of this mId- Salon \
ra Mrs Gershon, a lyricno hostesses who should also ), Mich only since the last -- winter conference Is to evaluate
will sing/( the vocalIn be notified of cancellations. of October. Their youngerson the first six months of the Individual f'
Mrs. Arthur Swanson who
German, Russian and This will be the only meet. who is transferring from VFW and auxiliary and to Insure styling and tinting
has been in Park Ridge, 111,
of Michigan to 229 S. Trail
ish. Ing In December, Next ladies University positive plans for the re- ,
returned to spend Thanksgiving
holiday tea will follow: bridge luncheon will be on Ohio State, arrives this week with her son, Edward, mainder of the year, which NEXT TO BUS DEPOTPh.
public is Invited and ad- for the holidays with his family -
Jan S ends in June of 1965 4882506Mildred
and his family on the East
The GONDOLIER carriedhis
on is free
Mrs Norwood will meet
Coast, arriving home Satur. I
' event will be celebrat- engagement story (to with the council of admlnleL Dougherty i
t Port Charlotte Jewishr Beach Dinner Mary Sue Peterson) this day. -
Saturday for memberstheir summer.
invited relativeslay -- A special note to a special
Rabbi Jacob Gold. Golden Beach Associateswill Bride-elect Miss Louise subscriber's special daughterout GARDENING i.
in charge. A dinner of have their annual dinner Spear, who will be married to in Texas: Miss Susan Join it today. .. and have the mone'to spar

ally-prepared dishes will and election of officers Tues William Nichols of Columbus, Sanner, University of New for the best Christmas gifts,holiday fun,other '
erved by Mrs. Blancher day at 6:30: pen at Cyrus Ohio on Dec. 19, was honoredat Mexico student and daughterof ,! /
You'll find 1965
SPECIAL! year-end expenses. our I
a personal shower last
and her committee. Venetian Moon The Rev and Mrs. Clark
night at the home of Mrs. Sanner of Andrews, Texas Christmas Club the easiest,surest way to save .

Irene Shockey Some 35 of her has just become engaged and ".y for an even merrier, prepaid Christmas next .

Business and ProfessionalWomen's we' are jumping the engagement GOLDEN year--a more biff-free January thereafter!
Club friends
were release date to wish her
SKILLETRESTAURANT present. Assisting the hostess happiness (To preserve the
/ were Miss Evon Williams, ethics, we won't mention the CROWN J
Mrs. Peg Redford and Mrs. groom-elect name) Our SAVE WEEKLY HAVE IN 50 WEEKS
Dorothy Rhodes reason for being so happy for Il

-- her happiness is that she Is r $ .50 ........................._... $ 25.00 I
KNOWNs.vruuo Mr and Mrs Charles B. one of this reporter' favorite CASSIA -

Wynne have been foot-balling nieces. We only heard the i $ 1.00 ........_.............._._ $ 50.00
Offer for two big weekends. They "secret" by telephone this .
Special attended the University of week. $ 2.00 ........................._.. $ 100.00
p.' I 1 Florida-Florida State in
FOR $2.60 Tallahassee (getting a baby. REG. 2.25 $ 3.00 .........................._ $ 150.00
CARRYOUT sitter for Chuck, Perry and All/ Stales Celebrates/ 2 ft A 2'/2' ft. tall
Susy) with the David Good. $ 5.00 .............................. $ 250.00 -

Basket Of Chicken mans and Glenn Nelsons Twelfth AnniversaryA $10.00 ...........................- $ 500.00
They then went on with the
youngsters to Gatlinburg for '
history of the year-old '
wnULt 21/2 LB. CHICKEN |liD PIECES) WITH a week on a "snow hunt" All States Club will be readat .
S 16. Frette"Vrfes 9 1 Ik Celt Slaw They found no mow, but did the ,roup', first meeting of .1 ,
A Jot. Hot Kolli enjoy ice-skating at Ski th year today at Venice Civic GAL. CANS paw"Asa nesyassetrau

they saw the University
Mrs. 0 L. Mahon, founder,
488.5075 ami game Saturday and arrived will be in of the anniversary
''kpfcon. l
Ahead Summers {
WILL BE READYI in Venice late Saturday party which begins at NurseryU.S. -tcJf.* '
8 Lewis is
Dullinger rare
once again; enjoy/ our hot lunches with. whippedpotatoes ; The Frank Roebucks are president pm Jti'- vom soweowxe .. 'J
41 I mile North of Laurel '" '
and varaos.'Mated / excited over the fact that Officers for the coming '
' Macaroni and Cheese creamy Cole Martha Ann (Mrs. L. A. Bar- year will be elected at the Ph. 488-1521 : I

rl I'", hot buttered vegetable, hot buttered roll 70cAll aona) arrives Dec. 20 to meeting next Thursday. :
Christmas with her V .
I the Fish You C.II Eat gold.n brown filets, spend parents I"" "
She and her husbandare
french frill slaw hot buttered roll ... 79C
now living In San Salva-
((Clam Chowd.r .. . . .. . .. . ... 25cGrill.d ) ,
AT*- Beef Patty brown g'1. "
Potato, hot buttered vegetable, hot buttered l CHRISTMAS GIFT '

roll . . .a., . . .. . . . . . .*..,. *. .. . . ivc To Provide Complete Year WOOLWORTH'S 1 !ri; 1..
(Homemade Potato Soup .. .. ... .25c) Around Sleeping Comfort t 1'
ON-Baked Pork Chop apple sauce whipped; }
f tatoes,.brown hot buttered vegetable, Automatic Bed Wormer

;: buttered roll gravy. . . . '. . . .. . . .. SOc For Double or Twin Bed t

,ES-(Homemade Baked Salisbury Beef Noodle SHak-onion Soup gravy.. . 25c whip-) e o Sio Qff !! en .. I''

'Pad".d potatoes roll .,. .hot. . .buttered. . . . .vegetable. . . ",.hot. . .but.. . 80C ..ssK "SPELLBOUND" Liquid Bubble Bath. . t i ,a ) "CO ear. .

" (Homemade Beef Noodle Soup . . 25c) k "FANTASTIC" BATH SETS ................ ',' / !
-Ole Fashioned,! Chicken & Dumplings.' crane ,,\. :
Le "OrcA/o/ Corsage'V J
sauce, hot buttered vegetable, uffered79c r

roll . . . . . . . . .. . ... .. OM COLOGNE & BUBBLE BATH SET'w I \i ,' ""'*, $: .
(Homemade V.g.tabl. Soup ... . 25c) MEMIWFD -J1, t\\ ,, If'JJ" ,
HUtt-OI. Fashioned Beef Stew with fresh vgW *- DUSTING POWDERFOR NM.N.N..N. .L. i .

'. .i, cola slaw, hot buttered roll . . . .. 71e. $24.95 ; : '
fHomemadeVegetable( Soup : . . 25c) SHAVING' SET ;: J' '
MacGregor ,,
All 4he. Chicken You Can Eat French fries YEAR-WARRANTY HIM I
CO'e Uw, hot buffered roll .......... -_.H'" ..-. 88C cologne, lotion, shaving cream I \'\ I J ly, f

WI\tT.\ R NTj O. COMFORT SHOP Venice Shopping Center A? t Ii i hw

251 S. Timtati Trail y 1 !

RIALTO SHOPPING< CENTBP Venice .Fla. .t r Ir'YV1lI a + C, 3I.




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,I I I I II W4 The High Cost Of Hospital Care lions UP Sarasota from 5 County Percen Nov tQ n

1 tIuI
I By RONALD HANSON, Administrator 20 Ulan show five an per hlcreae. or t
VenIce Hospital same period lee( OVer

cording to a report per',
IIEIIla or tn ASBOCUTB: nou *> tannin: or m PLOBIDA PBBS* ASSOCUTIOH (SECOND OF A SERIES) den coiti" in any hospitalbill. the Venice Hospital that receives them Unlike the retail merchant Charlie Hagemn 'J'
no tax funds the only hospitals must render Mis Hagerman'i

I I ..'... e.eww r- r..Llwb.Snw. w M.a.blr.5.. deal ....-.. _I'" wL Although technically not a The Venice Hospital comparatively place that we can turn is to service in spit of one's credo Shows J,840,078 II-
L tI I. w.p.MI.... -IN._....-..... r YY pt_ .N Y..I sbrbM bw.. AU Ikr d .... ._ cost factor the losses susUined fortunate in not the paying patient and to private it rating. This element of bed collected so far ftil'Ji.1
.n D. r'.w..AI "hidden
is another
I l by hospitals throughout having a Urge load of indigent philanthropy. debts
I :: ....rile" -5ws,...".<_"heal WtUlM w e5..r.r..OB_ *l lab. H ..*H>Skk a was MNAHMtlM It the state for car rendered patienti. However we do In addition to these losses cost" but ;yet one that is a* compared the same period with |2,Dt,jn/

j [ the Indigent play an Important have enough Indigents to create Incurred in caring for welfare realistic as a nurse's salaryor Collections a ,.* ,
:I ,.._ E.wr _... .ed n._. .- hat t. MWd A. part In a patient's bill. It a grave financial Rltua- patients, the, Venice Hospitalas a tube of sutures. and on zeals
\ .. ...... Cie ..._ A. DO.. om. A. ...... non.t. doesn't personal
:' appear to m that tlon. During our last fiscal ( well as an other hospitalsIn Amongst other significantcost 1984 amount
EDWARD D. BALL, ............... ................ ...... Editor and Publisher hospitals are out of line in :year which ended In October the country) sustain a significant factors that will not appear against IIMUtt'2,4'13,9&

SAM DILLON .. ................................ News and Newsphoto Editor expecting to be reimbursedon wa cared for indigent patient loss through those on the patient's bill are: The assessment last tat,

i I COURTNEY WILLIS .............. .....................,. Advertising Manager the for basil the of welfare actual cost in *, Through the various people who simply do not depreciation ($54,000 a year) real estate and roll ,
caring patient. govovernment programs the have the resources to pay or, and amortization costs of 1Mrv
WILLIAM A. MEYER ........................................... Shop Foreman No hospital expects to make Venice Hospital received a in a few cases, through a $300,000 mortgage a property taxes i, IfIPt

: ''I I ROGER KILBY.................................... Mechanical Superintendent I fat profit in caring for the total of (17,141.14 in caringfor small percentage that refuse In spite of these and countless lars mately one-half m1Bke i ,,
1 Indigent However they do these patients. This, at to pay. The Venice Hospital other increased costs we higher than a fear
::1' t SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county. $5.26 per year, S3.IS per six months, 12,75 have a right to expect full first glance, may appear to had a reserve for bad debts at the Venice Hospital are Intangible personal p,
: per three month. 10 cents per copy. Out of county ft,21 per year $4.23 j cost reimbursement from our be a substantial amount of this past fiscal year of $70,- dedicated to serve our patients erty tax collection: fit f
5 I ::1 per six months, $$ per three months. local unite of government revenue in caring for 55 pati 739.33. I only hope that this in the same exemplary of an even greater percell!

A.vmuint l* NM utt_i nld* Pm Men Cd..Bl. PI.O Awls 11__ ... Since few hospitals are fortunate ents. However when you reconcile will prove to be an inflated manner that has characterized gain over lat year r
.."I1.., ,... enough to full this the but if it the real estate
: \ : Him M X I Atlmil*. Cfcl Otnofc Mir secure against cost figure even does this hospital in the, past and ?>
:1 1l COlt reimbursement they of caring for these patients there will still be several property taxes. CiK
We are attempting to effect
; ; must limply pan on to the which amounted to $$24,697, hundreds dollar lost through : possible while for intangible personal"
paying patient the losses Incurred one can gain an appreciation those unable or unwilling to till very not economy reducing standards of erty so far this liar
!; r f Another Season Starts in caring for the indi of the severity of the problem pay for the hospital care that care. We realize that knowing n.25 per cent
I II gent.:This lion, of the "hid Hence, in a hospital such as we are obligated to' give these fact do not make it with 38.38 per eeaTfc?

I I I' any caster for the patient to same period last year
I! i This week' bundled another "winter .... The festive tempo picked up with the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYMcNamara pay the bill it might at least Intangible tax collect,

I +, .,: i 1 lon" hereabouts end whit a wk! arrival of the circus, which this year will explain where some of our this a. against:year amount$349,357 to $to!

\ b, If I; Never hn 10 much been going on atone add something new with its season's pre- money goes same period a year-.for nv

1 II time the city election and the circus min to b* held for the first time it Its 6-The Fla. "-
Tnurt.. Dee
\ : homecoming on Tuesday Santa Claus Venice home be. in January. Shows CourageBy 1,191 I

J i I I .f come to town officially tomorrow and From now until the big opening per. Venice Area Church Dirertnr

;, I the Venice High Indians put the frosting formancei on Jin. 7 circus buffs will, is RUSSELL KAY tries to replace such loss and give thanks that there are a '

I + on the cake when they go against Late usual fill the big arena watching the performers in the end will be far better few courageous public ier- aT.1eATHASErssoopAL NORTH CRU5CR81 PORT rHAILOmruurr
I I '. A few months I tippedmy oft for now they will be put- vants willing to stick out their fold CDO StlM OfTMTm PKBSBYTERIAW ems,
City tomorrow night for a chance It the whip the 1965 production into ago back W.t M LltktkM** Ili N. R4ry., LLnn
ting property on local own necks to protect their na-
j tut. Pctw O. Hxteo Vhikftnair
; state Clan A football title. shape all with the compliments of the' hat in this column to Sec tax rolls end finding employ. lion in its hour of need. Again Untemi Fill a.. or-. I. '''-.1IIt
; : retary of Defense Robert S. ment for citizens in Robert Hot OMOHUlMI M ..4 MVINICl ass.der. am.e115Crs.a I: LMwE.= Ln
I And never hat there been greater prom- management. private I salute S. McNamara .., ..*. 0., .,Im ...,
I McNamara for his
Industry believe
I I' I:' 1M of a full ind successful' season An overtone to the prevailing gaietyare courage and any thinking cit- Yh'hl.' .. 9u0.5,5! ,
and executive ability in performing Americans have reason to hen will do the same ) 4SSCMSLT OF COD fcMHiw Bibiit"iT, f MMI
.f t Lured fill V..... Br-Ww W Mrrtt Awn* tad IMnaiMk. :
I by perfect weather scores evidences on all sides of an are on his difficult Job. BOTW Vie HMD** P* kwIV ., . .ToMkr. M ,

;, :ii I' of familiar faces have returned earlier the move. New homes Ire going up, highway His recent decision to eliml- SENSING THE NEWS Mantes*WcraklB.>mll lit stun** ....... reflect HtBTHODtST OTOICWRCSi

(( from the north bringing new facet with crews are working on the U. S. 41 nate 95 obsolete and deadwood n..w -.. PSyy- flM IIYJlHla.NOJrOlirl F.wo.r .... see Mali...Port. rhusr V..

;) I them. by-pass and bridge approaches north and military operations '..tI .... wer.hb 1Ioftt.. e.dn. 5,55" .

If there is any doubt that the leaton south of town and bulldozers are snortingon saving to the nation's taxpayers Toward Realignment CHUac mraoDUT O oseel. ....Pin BoaHi*.Hondw SMO,4!>*).M*

hat "arrived," lust try ind find a parting' East Vinice Avenue where the halfmiltlong of $477 million took .OBPkM 4SS4MSJokB a ....- . .

space near the post office. And ,if you're high rise bridge will span the real courage.In I-. JOB** PMMlankl BPISOOPAL At tttnt Ho.MTggtOK.
making Us decision Mc By THURMOND SENSING I. IxniMM Sd Mfc .* P*. H'bm. v....
not satisfied weatherwite canal. ....
today's ..
compare s..r ItW a.
Q. WW\l1 I
Namara knew he would bestirring ... 1IooIooaI 15Y wMwbdM .
I balmy ills and 80s with the shivery Add to all this a spirit of friendliness a hornet's nest It will take some time for campaign waged by the Republican Ter Idr..151. nee . .
up the ....
election returns to be fully And Southern nan BAPTIST
: cmma
l' 30s of last year. (Editor' Not.: This was you'll find no place else. This spirit was and bring down on his head analyzed and for the complete conservative: spokesmen suchas EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH M. B....... II...

, written before Tuesday's cold snip) summed up succinctly over the wknd the wrath of every congressman meaning of the Goldwat- Senator Strom Thurmond sea S. ..- Trail 4S.-.".. TW ... Ch.rl" ,S. OglhkMnMlntat

!4 Christmas decorations are in place on In chance meeting with a first-tim and senator from the er-Johnaon contest to be understood (R-S.C.) were as welcome be- Chunk,_. Sekaoll Tk* ROT.Sill CkarlBl*... L Bow .,...SanUr... _l
Saudi BohoelHKWuB.
But even before the fore California audiences a* Wot kH'>i lilS ..!. l',fl s..mLAJCB8IDB -.__ .
i: the Avenue and in the shopping centers, visitor. areas affected to say nothingof Wonblv BmM.li4
voter had handed in their they were in Dixie. LUTHERAN CHURCH 0., Tount MtTiOOp. "
hops ire chock full of holiday bargains Asked what h thought of the gravy train riders who verdict it was clear that the There's but that 1 .L ..... VL dlma ..- Ooipd l.Tk*
our aril, no question __ M..... II. ....... "'odn...... Toe w Mann
,i, : 'J end the beaches are doing a brisk busi h* replied with a beaming smile: "I've have been profiting from the campaign had produced great Southern politics underwenta WonltlB S rUmt. ItaS't.m.SniHUr p.ew 5.4m.cuu&ca
In the ..
changes nation SekMl eta
i, continued maintenance of massive shaking up a* a re. -
.. .
near.d Blbl Ck I ill & _
yet to meet OP
a stranger TBI
I' these unneeded installations.No One of the ironies of the suit of the campaign. They Bonk V.u.NAZASIKl
election campaign from were forced to choose sides as Jam Lee of JtaMion 41 M4 rBudV
: I ; been sooner announced had the than proposal the the standpoint of conservatives never before, and this appliedas SM W V..k. Ann* ....., can
that the incumbent much to business interests ".". Sdxnll liM "Mo
I r I storm of protest broke in all was Hall Sinlnn. II ...BkS Uonirt Wanklpi 101. Uk
Point Of Confusion its like administration was as to individuals. But, after .Ddtf Sobool II ... Yolk inh cue pen
;d fury. Politicians forced to use conservative all, this is precisely what conservatives w........... S .... ilM Brrkii f lit Mt
appeals .... .... ...
to tee their state lose any R..4I.. BMBI IS r 4 WnlMMlM' .. kMlu l.
pork regardless of whether or in certain areas of political have been seekingfor *mll> rent aw4..54 laudesad I Fm
controversy For example years They have been Jrd.Ls.rey I I'. T r 5.
: A good many people don't seem to the law. And it will lad to dial not it Is obsolete and unnecessary CATROUO
I a good Mr. Johnson repeatedly calling for a realignment of CRACB kjrrHODIST CHURCH
d I I..' realize that the new Civil Rights Act Includes of confusion beyond doubt. with their They personal are concerned image as declared that his alms insofar parties in the United States, Cra B*... W IWWAf'I PW4 *Dlak*4 __ .CHURCH rU Hu-bar OF 0...TUB.. u
'b at illegal, discrimination in fields Means and "holders" as fiscal policy is concerned with conservatives ''on one Her. 5,1.45 n4 .... ..kvkDMi _till
to get around it to some extent "getters" as are in the direction of side and liberals on the other. WonklB ......., la'" .... B4. BM Wile Own W. CBB*
J1 other than race and color. It also include will probably be worked fir as their own districts are M.Y.T.> tilt ... W.404W.rl Pwur
I out. One
I publish concerned and they don't givea prudent management This in They no reason to Blbl. e5.d fill to*, "'- Hoy Yewi..sem., .
r i religion, sex or national origin. .r suggests that the advertiser who continental hoot about the itself even if not carried out complain! when this happensin SJVENTH OAT AOVBNTISTPIMM Tod .... .,h5"lit"u"W..Ado lede.O.I.e. 1.4..I
The inclusion of will be of considerable interest represented a victory for the an election If it means a PIMM- TWI V .. mn t* ... 41 .u TJO Ie III sm
I' r sea wants female' help might put in an ad national or the Amer. .,...... ruvP
ican conservative movement in temporary setback at some .tor. a. L. M.50.a..r..aurwless
concern to newspapers. particularly something I like this: "Help wanted, must taxpayers.The gnashing; of teeth and America which over a long points, then it must be understood MKPrw CALVARY OP VEN1CS REFORMED OARDIMI cat

large ones, and their advertisers, weir a size ten to sixteen dr...." But tearing of hair together with period of years has hammered that the word temporary hit .HwUnsiVUUCIxMOKOMIS... w-r an less Monk Su...* OriTb .
no .
I .
is the to understanding. IU rrwk i. 1Ib M
away at conservatism in key
when the law into effect I. At the howls of and .
gun July rage Sekaolt litt
PaissrraaiAMCBUadu BUMW Mo
matter how work around the public financing The South, as is the case _
they it, sep.aration screams of foul will increasein .. Woraklpl llrdt"
I I the bidding of their advartiu'ng" ) clients, volume with local politico Another great change reflected with other sections of the IthiMtarl. DwM A. .... OoBaHMlir Hr..rtm. tm. MST.

j newspaper have long been accustomed !into Male and Female Help Joining In the chorus all condemning in the campaign has country cannot afford to I"T.-Tto RUM. 0054055lend. ..* RAPHAELS BOMAN CATBO

I to differentiation of the texts in their Wanted columns In the large newspapers the courageous man to do with the Southern states speak with a confused, muffled .,-, .... .... .. CHURCH Or JhNbLCWOODB
who took the action. Not in a century has the South voice. People must decide we.04. 5..Y. 5.rr....540 ... WIIUMi r. Btlfe FBMvDw
I SWMr lads II oars55
help wanted columns such "male will have to be eliminated. k Wke.r M.., tale a.
I as or McNamara is concernedwith been the object of such strenuous to support one public ........ s ar- ,,10 u* It lit ..
I I l : female help" wanted. This will b* against Lamer, Mo, Daily Democrat only one thing keeping political attention. Heretofore philosophy or another. In the u.urr atauooPAL Co.f_.lo.. Irtmrdw, 4 I .BUNITID .
this nation strong and ahead Southerners have been long run, this is the way to .
a.n.w '
of its enemies as far as preparedness regarded as captive voters of better government la the Tfa . Oo.k an DM PItO.... OONGBKOATIONALtHBISTltlBVAMbUJOAJ.CHURCH Of:
Is one party. But the two-party United States.Of Madannsa : AND EIJOiMJTk
concerned and
I [ i And If You Drink The Stuff. he feels that the vast sums system blossomed as never course a real realign. sae--.w a.w..rt_K Baber."a. BM. B. Rokirt._coal. ru.lIi. .
1 now being tunneled down the before in scores of Southern ment takes time One eectioAdoesn't .1-udtr. ante !* 54.. b.M t..50r. ,
communities change everything.The .. .: ,_ 0-
rat hole of obsolescence could during an exciting O m&m M ikfe M build-up of the conservative : .n.d ...... ... 11 .... 5.d..
p d w -
be better Whatever the
A peculiar article in the employ publication and the drivr'i body ti still traveling at used elsewhere. campaign movement in America 1540 ..,y 11..1 P ... Gent fckool. wtlk .*... *t.
If outcome .. .... 5a.
the people of this nation on a state-by-state CoMautIIoe satY .V5 Moll oIuI '
of a national' liquor manufacturer 55 mph. it is extends back many years. n.m $ Ie ... _" __ 0._ Adult .kKw ,
clear from
are smart they will back Mr. basis the ..
1 n. .. 0..ssa .... __ tI c.o.. ... Ma
r tells the dangers involved In hitting "In the fifth tenth, the driver Is Impaledon McNamara to the hilt. They campaign activity within One can trace it to the opposition ,trill to _r.... M llelr..,.". sad Mol, >*4 H. It.I.." lot Y..r 5.
I J"I"I"" solid In will be wise to note the efforts each state that the South is to the Roosevelt New I Dtt .) H:ee .... tariff lb. w rtuflMT v..IM c.nI.IOUTII.-
object 55 miles
I' a car going an the column .
steering and blood rushesto of selfish little men to no longer a monolith. It contains Deal. Or one can show con- '...PTI8T CHUBUS VEN.e. emIT
hour: his servatism's rebirth in the or ospsry
i lungs. disregard the national interest both liberals and conservatives Ttoa_ T.. mtaotva
I i "In the first and early cold war years of the .... SMwtrt OmM PM4Wtuwln BtfflB Dr. a Old Entlmtl MTW
tenth of a second, the "The sixth finds the Impact bunt to by seeking to maintain unneeded conservativeshave n.Iw .... r. ROT. ArlkBT H. S,UkWnkl
up late .
.I and bases no reason to regret the 1940s.Gradually BntMI llioa ..
i front bumper and grill the unnecessary Bckooli u ...
collapse. extent that ft ire ripped out of at the taxpayers' and thenation' splits that showed up in the ', year by year Mania WIt... 50... Bur>d.y Stkooll t'ti ..a.

: I I I "Th second tenth finds the hood tightly laced shoes. The brat pedal expense. election. conservative gained understanding TrU._..' ..W u..mkk MBI l Sita t.!.i ...... > Visa CHRISTIAN 3113:
: ; t crumpling and the Sure, the elimination\ of One of of their mission MId-.1 P.51. .. |I>hlpl>l .0015.5 -
I i rising striking windshield breaks off. The car frame buckle In the the reasons conservatism They began to build contacts r,5a p.m., = *?i.URi5ra.VH.r=

I ,t : I at the spinning rear wheels lift middle and the driver's head b.nglnto these hardship.bases Men will will work be thrownout some force has lagged in the as a national .' many of which were not cemented TBS) MOEOKIS BAPTIST CHAPEL 11'_... 1* ..">.
United ......!. lill uAPTISTo
I Ii i .1 i ,I' "" from the ground. Simultaneously, fenders the windshield as the rear wheels, still of work states will feel States is that conservatives in until the election Just 5.54.

,' begin wrapping thmslvi around the spinning fill back to earth the economic loss for a time the south were cut off and ended. A great literature of rr'I ruurr or VENICS:
I i 'I I but America has conservative books Including TtIte anm t. ails Ia.i. .
always isolated from conservatives Pale/ awL UoH. fRmxby -
: J: solid object and although the car's frame "In the seventh tenth, hinges rip loose, able to adjust itself to change elsewhere in the nation. This studies of economics and foreign .... 5th., ed45.m. ..-. .... w

i; 'I I has been halted the driver's body is still doors open and the seat breaks free! strik- and the cities and states affected time Southern conservativeshad during policy,the ha*last come 19 into being ='lM. ViSl: Id. i1...' Tntetos Wonkl. 1Ierrioe'UitaBI liM 1110 MkKnBlBt w
M fjm.i
I going 55 mph."Instinct inq the driver from behind. But h* doesn't can find new Indus. a big voice in the national These are amiilnc accomplishments Years, E.ww 11-worm Pnw -' *-.5.... W d .4u SirrM Prww tt55 P.* .

i i : cuss the driver to stiffen mind because he Is ilready dead, and in view of the ,ala "'........ .w
II .lice tic* if dock!
Ii ruthlessness of the welfarestatistics
''I I' hit "legs against the crash and they snap the last three tenth of a second mn in the United States

''I II, .' j at the knee 'joint nothing to him. and the pressures for liberal

,t Ii i1 f: ' "During the third tenth of a second What the article didn't say li that If conformity end censorship the 1 best recipe for folks
S Perhaps the most telling aocomplishment ,
{ l4i4y the wheel
steering starts to drink
; i you too of the stuff manufactured of 1964 was the,
; l'f'' ;: I end the steering column aim for the by the company printing this tle domination of the national newly moved to

f' ;I 1' ; driver' chst. Republican Party by real
account In Its house organ you are much
I "Th fourth tenth of the second finds/ conservatives who rejected.
more likely to hive all this happen to "me tooism" for the GOP Venice
I 1, i two ft of the cars front end wrecked: you. And one can be sure that one

i ) i\i'\ : '((f', +: while the rear end still moves at 35 mph Chattanooga (TeM.) News-Free Pr.... of the major of the political objectives Take OH phone all (or mpM Mrt(
1,1" next
t + add hostess with baskets of lilla MalI II

;years people, will on the b* to part maintain of many and InfonnitkHi dust the city. dir ill V*

11!tiIIIl jllil Glitter expand the real conservative tot hospitality and you'll Uva a Iw

Giveaway strength Party within, keeping the out Republican those I: von phone Md (d WljWful./ welcome. WKLCOUe

r It was only of time until it Insider's forces that wanted to deny
i I question Newsletter said the super Americans a real choice at

happened. And Washington D. C, was market's first "customers" were "*nthusiaitic. THAT ONE IN Wf1OF the polls. We
the logical' There At the same time conservative CO argon
starting plac* now exists They said It was more dignified IMiTEImONIi Southern Democrats

{ a *Vf! ,r* supermarket" and IS more .closer to horn and involved less welting the local level who did not on

are planned for the nations capital Detroit thin the central' depot. They also 'liked support the national ticket, 4U4N h'

and will have undoubtedly\ will be under 11011E( ......-
,. Chicago similar facilities. being able to see what they were getting. heavy pressure, if not actually ------ ,

Welfare officials note that the supermarkets the subject of purge attempt ; MEIKOMFJBIUM I

,,r Here's how the supermarket. works eliminate delivery costs and the issue *, to obey a party line (hit coupon to M ft* Ian jvfn Ian I

Thru days a week 1,000 Washington long rides to the central depot that apparatus by the of national the party political A 'a5yASOIIP'.. ,

i familial on welfare wheel, shopping carts have plagued some recipients. Of course, realignment must come; a -

through a streamlined store, selecting they admit that the supermarkets !increase choice must be made. --
All In all, the next four -
tx goods from the shelves. Each is armed the city's costs because the storesmust years will be full of challenges cnr:

with a computer card mailed. to them toy be leased and the goods must be and opportunity. Conservatives : Q Flush bin the Wtlcomi WaNe Hostm all M miD
I 1'01II. M. MIcrIbt II till
going ever the allotment as they trucked t 'them. Welfare could becometoo should welcome | GONDOUW
y prevent *
the mood of initiative ,and 1 lintii wfcctfc. to tilt ER
4 1 make' the rounds. The Hems are verified easy. activity, and use these ,.eart Fps Mt my* MS mill to tttditfoa Dipt & )NDOLIipi

I' and sacked at a ehci-e; counter. -Tills*, Ok!*, Tribune flank Tn&t Mm+ QtyfU to of responsible win converts the cause

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The GONDOLIER Venice Fie. Uuri... Dee. 1, 1944-7 .. .. _.41. ... "" 111 .. .. II'- ___ "ill. __,. .... __. .... I

Venice C. G. Unit Rescues Pair 'j1 I 1 iH' ;'

Aboard Disabled Boat In Gulf L Li I !! C A 0,

Two Jacksonville men In a engine broke
disabled boat were rescued motor began to don heat and< the tatted by radio and notified "should be equipped with '
up. The of the location of the ;
Sunday from the Gulf of Mexico engine was shut off to cool disabled every kind of safety device 1 I "
boat. The Y
down and then Coast Guard available for that type boat
by members of the Venice because failed to restart unit then called Commander and all personnel aboard 1J
flotilla of the V. S. Coast tery. of a dead bat Valderrama to find out wheth. should be trained in their
Guard Auxiliary. The boat er a boat could be dispatched use. The motor, batteries and 'I
Michael LaBarron and John two-way radio WM equipped< | with from the Venice Flotilla to all other equipment should be
M. McGinnis] spent Saturday could not be used which also make the rescue. Inspected and be in good
night adrift in their disabled the dead because of Unable to make repairs on working order before goingout J
peat,the Cult Queen, after efforts were made battery to Efforts the scene the disabled craft In the open water." To Happier Buying
to attract attention to boats In the attract other was taken' In tow by Win. Wingrove also noted that
\their plight failed. The area without success grove's Fair Lady and the Coast Guard Auxiliary .
men told
Ken Wingrove, who effected and Valderrama Wingrove brought to Venice where repairs and other boating organizations .

In the rescue boat about Fair noon Lady SundayIn along during boat passed the night close a without large to them tug. were Safety made.pointers courses sponsor free throughout safe boating the Enjoy Faster, Easier Credit II {I f I. ."

with USCdA Commander J, ) apparently Wingrove went on to give year. Pamphlets on boating
ff. Valderrama said the two abled craft.noticing their dis several pointer on boating safety also are available, he

men villa were with enroute the 33 to-foot Jackson-craft two The men Gulf Queen aboard with the safety ways," "There said the are USCGAspokesman many pointed many out service, at area stations.marinasand and buy with confidence' f from IB 11/4 I :.
\they had Just purchased In throughout the "a boat in distress
night until
can signal
for help by
Bradenton. about .
About Engine 10 miles Quits south of Grande a boat 11 came a enroute m. to Sunday their to when Boca using flares hand guns signals controlled, rocket fires, IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY KEY CREDIT PLAN Dealers! ''f i

aid. and
ao forth.
Venice, according to Win- The St. Petersburg : ,
I grove, the water pump on the Air-Sea "All boats that are used In
Rescue Unit was con. the Gulf," he went on,

I Venice Gardens NewsBy I NEW HOMES Join First National'sKey 1j ,

Credit Club !
Mrs. Austin Pinkstaff of N. C. i
| Mr and Mrs Wil- Mr.
Hillview Rd. had delightful pany. and Mrs Paul CENTRAL HEAT &.
a liam
365 coffee G. Loeffler of 512 Shamrock Ginn of Clearwater were visitors AIR CONDITIONEDG. .
l on Monday Blvd.
They went to for a few Th.nMr.
morning It was to Introducesome North Carolina to see their and Mrs. Pruett days from KEY CREDIT CLUB "membership li our method of rewarding the borrowing customer of our Installment loan \
new neighbors to the son, Marine Lt. W. G. Loeff. Pompano Beach were visitors E. KITCHENS Dept. for repaying Ms obligation on time. Cash refunds.,.extra special future loan consideration and other advantages .
Gardens. It was so pleasant ler II, and his wife, and to over the Thanksgiving holi are extended to KEY CREDIT CLUB members.Compensation .
to meet the Mesdames Ches. get acquainted with their new day. DOUBLE GARAGE ,
ter Ridenour H. A. Howardand grandson, William .
Douglas For The Prompt PayerWe ,
her sister-in-law Peg Anderwn Loeffler. Both mother
and Mr. and Mrs Walter LANDSCAPED LOTS
Martin, Charles(Marie Helen ) son are doing very well. ST., and daughter Lauree, recogniie that the majority of our customers pay their Installments when due, but historically it his ., .
Baumgartner) Rash, Robert (Bettle( ) Sarah's Henderson mother, also Mrs W. H. of Forrest Road attended the CENTRAL WATER been necessary when establishing rates to finance consumer goods, that a happy "medium be reached, In order to --
Craig, Joseph, Butler Theron ville N. C., returned Jackson with Avion Travelcade Club, Florida SEWER\ have a sufficient rate to Cover cost of collection of that "minority of accounts which require attention yet not
Shaver and her visiting sister them to spend about a month Unit Rally at Eustls, penalize those that pay promptly. However It Is obvious that any rat that a prompt" paying customer payi in t
Mn. Washburn from Chattanooga in the Gardens. Then they all from Nov. 19 to 22. There Many/ Other Features excew of what is required to service his account and render the bank I fair return U too "much. So we conceived t

Tenn, William Grotz, expect to go to Mrs. Loeffler' were Florida 159 and Avlons other there states.They from. the Idea of compensation" for the prompt payer -Thus our Key Credit Club Is launched.
and George Gerdts. These sister in Orlando for Christ.
coffees are real fun and wonderful mas. Grandad Bill made a enjoyed potlucks free SEE Cash Refunds Extra Consideration
Thanksgiving dinner
as a means to meet most unusual statement; "He Our rate do not exceed what b normally
new l I. the most beautiful baby you sightseeing trips and a church C F F. HANCOCKGULF considered fair ALL KEY CREDIT CLUB members" will b*
residentso service In the clubhouse on and equitable charge; if our '
Mr. and Mrs-Richard Wil- ever and a.wl"Sarah.! CongratulationsBill Sunday morning On Nov. 25 customer (lives up to his agreement and makes. entitled to receive extra-prompt consideration .

json of 381 Gardenia Rd. have -0- the Ludwlgs took their Avion CONST CO. his payment" when due (with an allowance of KCP for future loam during six-month

returned from a vacation at Mrs Leonie Stafford of holiday to Clearwater to VENICE EAST six dayi for delay beyond hit control) he will period Immediately following completion

MIami. They had a delightful Neponsite Drive has as her Ludwlg's spend Thanksgiving sisters and with their Mrs. U.S. 41 South of v.niceMEN'S be refunded In cash one-half of one percent of a KEY CREDIT PLAN loan contract J
visit over the Thanksgiving guest Mrs. Evelyn Holly from families. per annum, computed on the amount financed, ,
(holiday with Mrs. Wilson's Sarasota times" the number of yean (and/or frictions Membership Requirements t
(brother and family -0- thereof) the contract was to run.
-a- Mr. and Mrs. Verrmrd y
Two very proud people 'Just Bradley of 513 La Gorce Dr., EXAMPLES A five-year loan for $2,500 KEY CREDIT CLUB "membership requirements are j
[returned from Jacksonville have been busy with com- N1 r would net a KEY CREDIT CLUB borrower aemtbl..od easy simply make loan payments ,
on time : month of Installment contract. .i
a cash refund of $42.50, or $2,500 times
Regular monthly payments "must be made for at 1
2'/it' : or a $2,000 loan for 34 "months
|Venice East NewsBy 'I tt would bring a KEY CREDIT CLUB CASH least three-fourth of the total I length of the

REFUND of $30. Thus the prompt-paylng contract.

customer arcs his special rate
SALLY STIBBS Club Identification
NOTE CASH REFUNDS apply to all types
Mr. and Mrs Edward M. Moore entertained Mr and of loam with the exceptions of single pay Attractive gold-colored KEY CREDIT CLUB membership -
Tracy of 121 Sandhurst Dr. Mrs. Russell Moore for t' ment loans or loans with finance charges cards are* Issued to qualified members.of .
spent Thanksgiving and the Thanksgiving. The two Moore A leas than $2400, exclusive of Insurancecosts The KCC Card Identifies you Instantly to KEY
weekend in Miami at a family families are no relation, Just
reunion. Mr. Tracy's sister good friends and neighbors in +,aemz > (credit life and disability). CREDIT PLAN DEALERS as a top credit risk: _

Mrs Daisy Seeger and Venice East. E Early Trade No Handicap basG truly your KEY to easier, .safer happier :
her son and daughter came -0- n9!
here from St. Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs James Smithof z :e''k ,'d,e4 ': r' A KEY CREDIT CLUB customer Is not penalized should
he trade hit collateral before the loan matures,
they drove to Miami together 185 Sandhurat Dr. have providing
to stay at the home of another been enjoying a visit from he finances. new purchase through First National AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
sister and her husband, Mrs. Smith's sister and her Bank of Venice. Aside from being past due with
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thomas. husband, Mr. and Mrs A. Asrro us, the only way ha can fail to get his refund Is to Manco-Crawford Heating & Cooling; Ue. .
-o- Hejduk of Cleveland, Ohio. 'e5 anticipate hit loan before it has run three-fourths of Superior Hwting-CooII/ig Corp.
Dr. and Mrs Alexander Mrs. Hejduk plans to stay on .w Its original "maturity. Should his loan be paid off after

another week or so but Mr. having run the % time requirement, he would be enAPPLIANCES., TVs & TOOLS
had to leave for home a
this Hejduk past weekend. The two titled to a refund based on total charges, and after Action TV Ice
Action Delayed brothers-in-law are ardent pay-off would be sent a check with his paid papers
fishermen and Mr Hejdukwill for the applicable amount" for prompt> payment. Alpha Music i Appliance

show picture of De Sears
On their proudly last day's catch a four LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM ,
TV CableCity
L Venice Electric ApplianceVenice r
his friends '
big groupers, to WHEN YOU SHOP - _.. ,
and business associates backIn HUSH PUPPIES now evelisble .t.tBlikh' Mower Sales & Ice.W1VI.COO".Ar'oH.'lIOrlC"
Council has voted to Ohio.
Shoe Store S. BeaU'. Shoe k
/ Dept. yw L MOTORS .
indefinitely the -0- &
postpone .." ... 1 You can buy BOATS !
awarding of television cable
/franchise In a Venice. and Visiting Mrs Joseph at the home Schuster of Mr.In Hera's the pick of the crop In fall casuals!IHari'i .1 t' _JJI.; 1Ji ALEA withCONFIDENCE Gulf Uner Marine ,j t.

The decision was promptedby their new home at 117 Wood- N : Gulf Wind .Marine
the receipt of a sixth proposal rose Way were Mr. and Mrs. t harvest of color bumper crop of the moil comforiibls kJJ Venice Boat & Motor, Inc. I''
presented on behalf of L. Minick from Sandusky casuals you ever MW In r.p.'c of new styles Called Hush Puppies if j from \
the Wire Teleview Corp. Ohio. The Minlcks and the Midi of soft, nipple, water nslitant pipkin. A few itrokii of _i
Councilman David Hamiltonmade been friendsfor M ordinary win, brush keeps them dim u new. Etch cushion I crepetole _ __ KCP DEALERS
Schusters have
lees than 12-ouncis. four widths, women's sizes '
thai weighs
the Walkers
motion to
postpone In Ohio. IAHII
many years '
any action.In 311. Haw do you like them ipplist I;
-0- Handi Hardware ,

Council discussing President the E. S.matter(Bill) A "you bring this and I'll .fs.\ Hush HOW TOOBTAIN MOBILE HOMES \
Raymond wait din
suggested a that" Thanksgiving ,
Robbi. Mobile
Don & Home Sales
and see attitude. He pointedout ner was held at the Elmer
It would be of no advant- Hedeen's home at '62 Sand L 9e95PaPJflc 11et ,,,, Bob Harrison Trailer Sales
eta to the city to rush Into hurst Dr. The Sandhurst a i
any proposition. He cited the Drive neighbors joining in on ... .. your OFFICE MACHINES
many technical advances be- dinner were Mr. II e e 5..h| I. ll. ,
the festive .. Venice Office Machines Co.
mg made and brought up the and Mrs Raymond Watson of SHOE STORE .. .'
question of pay television 153 Sandhurst Dr., and Mr. rr fr i s ;. / WATER SOFTENERS :,
which he remarked was under and Mrs. Carl Kamlnske. 209 W. VENICE AVE.BEALL'S '.,.,...........1.... r.
scrutiny la many parts of the :Mr. and Mrs. Hedeen also );.,. '"..: Culligan-Harbor Lights Water Conditioning
country. entertained friends from their SHOE DEPT. VISIT t Company } .

The five other proposals received -former this home weekend.In Mansfield They are one of the dealers listed in Servisoft Water Conditioning
to date have been Ohio
I from West Coast CablevialonI Dr. and Mrs Clarence Hein Venice Shopping Center this advertisement or drop AUTOMOBILES ....
I Co.,.a division of Five Beachei who winter In Boca Raton.
Cable I In at THE FIRST NATIONAL Bill Phillips Ford, Inc;
TV Inc.: Communicable ;
Ino; WLCY a Tampa BANK OF VENICE. Duncan Chevrolet :

and station| St.; Taylor Petersburg Video and lfddI 7- ?tat S" TREASURE CHEST OPENS Estll's: New &. Used Cars 1:1

Sarasota Central Antenna National, Auto Sales-Venda Branch
Network DEC. 17
Wolfer Motors, Inc:. I
City Clerk H.rry.W. Hager Prizes Now / I la
I Wu requested to write each nl CaY Wood Chrysler-Plymouth Motors, Inc. {d+ 1
I of the companies appraising TAe Bank .

I them of the action.SPECIAL. ,.,.
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B. the specially, .. GIFT IDEASi3ttt nnnonnif IBBHK

mia for The Holiday pontes e t FIRST OF UEIIICE

Two white Lord West For

"Ml Jacket are! 42 anc
44. di uurrre
Midnight blue trousen
wIth latilt stripe 31 end 44. HOUSE OF FURNITURE ic y 4

Worn twice. 421 S. Tasked. r... v... *

AI Veela Sh.prME. Center f1 YOUR NOMt OWNED tANK ',

Gentleman" too extravagant )I

Price per outfit $35.00 TEARS ;
V.I.... $15.00 , : .
PHON? ..... 8243 .1 : '

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I The GONDOLIER.J Venice, FU. Burl, Dee J. 1964

Record Crowd Expected Here Tomorrow Night

( II., : BOWLINGI For Indian vs. Lake City Playoff ClashThe HAonMY

1.. largest crowd ever to much of a chance of beatingout are now on ,sal. for the big RO Joe Thomas, 170; BT,

Scnmlt. 17' *. 1Ib._ .. HIHarriett. witnesi a football game here East Bay for the District I game at Venice High School. Don Williams, 174; RE Bruce IN, ON UNDER AND OVER THE WATER
\ Lanes Hmdril 111. Is expected tomorrow night Two crown.: All student tickets must be Pennlngton, 180; Joe Jordan, WITH THE GONDOLIER
I' Denial Hiak MdMal Bofinl. B t a1M4U when the Venice LH Charlie Harrison i
I High School Brandon AssistComing purchaaed in advance and 155; ,
_.... PM c_ ....) ?.. ... Jim BlkoraM.. Linda I By FUNK BERGER
..., .. .. -.... dmg 100 Lodi.. Mano* 1B5| Jerry Hawka tot. s.... Indian meet Columbia High into the last two can also be obtained at the 160; RH Ron Mangle, 165; --
I Count; Tournament. Thi. ....... ...... 80._ lilt Marti ..... 177. of Lake City; in the aeml-finala games, Venice had to win elementary schools. There and FB. Richard Lee, 145.: The Florida Game and marine biology A
,b(c .. ol SaraaoU Harta libber Uad for aad tint M.Ian plac*Lam-(ortb of the Class A itate cham them both and East Bay had will be no reserve seat and VENICE LE, Nick Harper Fresh Water Fish Commission sue of the National GeoL Is.

.ladto'. dlrteloa wit' 1Z&. Boa. NorM Venetian Bowl pionship. to lose to Brandon to give the no student tickets only 180; LT Jim Zacharlas, conducted a statewide his featuring the cSrJ
.... .
Th flr.1 I la th. d,4.k* with
"" 111 and (*rr* Dull ma I.> .......d. with Tk. San Faint JHea'e .......-.,." An additional 1,000 bleacher title to the Indians. After adult will be told at the 198; LQ, Phil Youngberg, 185; aerial survey of waterfowl underwater "city" i 7
IlL Maria. Kb..... and Band Naa.nlbtMd Kunkkt CarpM Cenur Ml : Floyd seats have been added to the Venice whipped Charlotte on gate. Ticket sale regulationsfor C, Tom McDonnell, 195; RG, last week and announced the pretty well 'UPpo1)j
dbl.. dlvUlon. with Uaanen till Atlallaban :
Hunt bay
: t' allied War I
: 101. The tournament and. Sunday ilorlda Plnx Mobil. Ho..., permanent stands to bring Thanksgiving Eve, all the In. the playoff games are set Bob Summers 170: RT, hunting outlook indicates teylUUtT of future taorS:

1)00. II.I 104: I.. Wl I Hill Trahan I Anchor, OIL the stadium capacity; up to dian football players and fans by the Florida High School Bruce MacDonald 195; RE, "scattered success," In the "farming," and mrlevC2

Th Saator_u. .Cltlaaaa. bowl ..IT T...formlnlnoUMT ..., afternoon lull Ml Karl Anchor Stark.Oil 1IUM! lorUa 107 PI.and.. nearly 4,000 to handle the had to do was to ait back Activities Assn. Adult ticketsare Charlie Hodges, 185; QB Ray Central South Region of the ores, or eatabltehing

I at ltd.. Thar ar* bowllnr for Mobil. H..... Court ttlt. Taam S..d.I. hometown fans and the 500 to Thanksgiving Day and await $2 and student tickets $1. Joelson 170; LH Terry Haskins State extending from Gainesville water bases of 1Inder.
.. ... .
D. and lartln Ut lrrheduk I. tnmewood Bait Houaa 17-17 military
., ,averaiae .n D. k. .. M.Mn. Kare wa Anchor Oil *it-It Lair War Cleanera 600 that are expected to accompany the outcome of the East Bay. Approximately 275 studentsare 150; RH Paul Feden to Indian River and tegic value **
t ....... ...1..... and Mlldrad Goroo.wa. . ..-10. Bowler ol th. week John the Lake City eleven Brandon clash. expected to accompanythe 160; and FB, John Henne 160. Merritt Island and west from When

f ..atoeud ar*\: ; \In H.nlor the fun CIUMa. I-- h'll..a. Turkey Karl Stark donaud won by the tb.Thankatlvlni . East Bay grabbed an early Lake City team along The Indians will feature the St. Johns River to the you aren't you looking see a atTS:

:I jut ..... to th.' Ia... and ....k. yourIf "'n.. Tomorrow night's winner 12-0 lead but Brandon ralliedto with between 200 and 250 the running of Peden. Henne northward who
...... B_. LadlM lea.t. West Gulf Coast son I Ia : ..IT
..L at with rour (ii nd. Kawlai Faaeral with the carelessly
will meet the victor of and Haskins
who'd .. the narrow the score to 12-7 at adults. along
Jean Wood. Cock.
nom for anyon. Ilk. to Join. rraailnl from Bradenton to Tampa ing himself to
: Th Huh Hckaol ..I.. tail Lot..... 10' and 4611 M.I -bbar Wildwood Hollywood Chaml- halftime Brandon came up Probable st.rtinIIneupl/ : passing of Joelson and the unknown Vu! '
It. Mabsh Taam to St PM.- I........ A...., Ill and 10411 Audrey . nude tilt for LE turned in of Bay and St. Petersburg. monte . nuiety-nin
.... the Class A title. with the only score in the second LAKE CITY Richard fine receptions ..
buiv tkto ? to bowl th. 81. UUon woa U. Turkey donated by On typical interview n.- of a 100 times
P... Bowlarama junior boy. and ..Irk.Th. Ippo. and ... .... U.'. bowktr of tieweek. The site of the championshipgame half and won 14-12 putting Hale, 199; LT, Wayne Jordan late by Hodges and Harper the tr-Z|
aeludulad ( 4 T.... ....dl...' Mel Rebber have gone like this, as the and educational, aspeciTj
nunaa ar or p.rn. will be Venice Harrison In effort the
announced next in the 215 LG 180 an to overcome
I playoffs. Bobby ,
: ....... .. .. ; ;
and a ratura mateh will* b. h.ld hmat 1 Agency I.-' Wood' Cocktail ; aerial surveyor pulled his the sport have
Mrakka 1a.. oa Sunday. D... .. Lounn 7Vflit4 and Mar Mac week. 1 Adult and student tickets C. Steve Chamberlain 175; stout Lake City defense given tin v.
". l1.14,4" ._. __ .. visitors --- --- -- Bonanza back to slow flight er an awareness and
gaUrlar"Haallnr-Coolln. ..n. .....op norm.. IJII... The posted recordof .. -..- and hollered out the windowat for greatw!
i the
Badrla Dodn, Hood. Dairy,Cj51: : Scoop Hartwi. lilt Jack Bullock tU eight wins and two ties limits of Iha
....... Pow..., Hood. Dairy. 11....$11 and lOot) Lucky Burdln. lull Kay during the .season while the a flight of ducks movingin human body . the
Paul Nlrhohi Th. Paint Mart 112! Miller. 104i, Freemont H........ and 11 alongside: "Say there, being that reSUlI
4>or>* Davll. Unllni Gama 11110 Herman Dub. woa th* ,.,1 Look Indian. won eight and lost 4i I no matter Whit
l( of Purnltur. liet. Btandlnnl 14.t't.I .nd Immr B... U.. before
I 't Standard* HaaUni 8.rvlo> 10-14. Vn- 4th sod "or aDd Car' 1111I.. .rd s..dCbpo..I64 Paul Quinn was tied by Flor. J 1,7" f '.4r where you're going. ;you take up the hobby
I ....N.b..... Bank 1<.1.. )Hood Dairy 10'.1 .'''' ida High of Tallahassee 6-6 "None' of your &%$" business You're in much better ;
n. MIuti L..po.
4 lO Ginay
I'i ; JSV1 StakT ITs:Wlllard Mowrow 8hn>h.rd 1111- 1IIodn..r. Ni.. VI 1'.1.. Booth and by Palatka 0-0. ," answered the duck politely from then on . (and i
1J Ila Douilaa .d Wamn Hmderaonpiekad Bavarian atarted bowlln In October Their victories i were as follows "whaddaya think we Just HAVE to call:
: '. up th.' -7.10 .pllt.I J.. C.III' and rolled'! a 179 (am.! Fran\ Bullock.Keltneri attentloi
'j : Sr poated a all 12i rama to roll I Boat.: Prlntltur I 1841 "Tommy'1 : are, nuts . . All you guys to our three super dupcr
pm. ovar avvraira Tonpklna C... Haw ..Wal.r lull St. Augustine, 14-13; Green are going to do is to go and Grouper snoopers .
N..dar Alumna Udlm H.lCaaall l.. Helen ".ltn.., K.I"' . PrlnUnn, ) it...
....11.'. Varna. lIMMMt\ Bavmor. .. 4'.1| Loa Brobat Payne of &..Iowood. Cove Springs 25-0: Bishop I II print it in The GONDOLIER loualy . You can ask
...::?. Mil Eatll. U>rdI 1701 P.1...,'. rolled 18. ..... elude. Kenny of Jacksonville, 13-0; I and then a bunch of infantrymen doctor what this highly .n ai,
. I
ara K7T Enilnrood Wa>hHoua. and Hunk Bavarian 1211 for team aa.rlea.
I 18-11 Eatil. U>ad Lara. 14-16 Bowler., of U.. _b. Tommy Ocala 13-0; Daytona Sea. with shotguns will be clplined sport will do for ,
M..b......'. II........ and Lao, Tompklm and Helen P.11... Teamlandmni breeze, '1-Oj; Starke 21-12; blastin' our tall feathers off . and he'll m
Ftowar top. tl..l. 11-11 Bobby .' I Ba.ll IU-11H,, Kn.le- tell yw
1 .I.I H........... UU .ama for moat pin.v wood Pool.;: *. Loan 8714-6"4! andPavnea : Perry. 26-6 and Live Oak S Go take an alligator . per hour of partldN.
.r avac.f Th.lma Dcmarmt plrkd of Kntlewood: tl-21. 14-0. . ?n or if tion . there
I .. up th< .1..... Impoaaiblo. 7-1 .pllt "_I. spu. Friday Nit.C survey see is no healthln
'or. I'7 ._. and 444 ..... to I.... K. Hunyan, Kurflana: m and MlChartea Tough Defense the swamp cabbage U ripe sport . Anybody for
mat plna ovar avwaira.SArrlaaft lIp' Steward.. 1211 I SUwarda Not a high scoring team. sit a
I W.lar CoadiUMlnt Prank tit and 291*. Team ...ndl..., Huf. yet. spa?
i : I r.Toah. lat National Bank: III) Chuck 1:... 84.... MaaUhi 10-11 and Ma- Lake City tallied only 139 ....0- --
Taylor Radford Oon.tnjctlon, 1BSJ.66 KX.. 80-18. Bowler of tb. u..1*. C. II. points for the year an average Up at the mouth of the Down at

i I Standing BUI Plndw Radfnrd 1101 Jim nitrurti Su..d.,.a.11-11 80S.: ' ; WI... Medra Bat_. ... ( of 13.9 points per game. Alafia River the greatest there Is a Playmore new RMOrt
l.t Natl....l.l, Dank 19-15 DrtrolMr Plah tI..", 171t Gertrude K I..h. Warder.. Their goal line was crossed fishing cog.
.' I Camp It-la. V.nle. Fir Drop........., 4611 I Bur.. "' and Warder.,. 1171 six times the concentration of ducks Is assembling cept i that of the Reel,
rolM ..... .k....'. hllhaat >rrl.. to Team atandlnnl Warder. 18-11 Ben.tlneli only during year for a yearly confab, ing Chair and Reel
... 12-82 Star. and they only one extra Club A
data bin 1101 .amor 1082- gave up
I 1084-1C4J.. Mrrinn Stnibl. 461, Gaylord 1747. .I..AI-ru'i..t: : .: : point for a total of 37 to try to outwit the Game bunch of duffers loll around

I O.IH Cnrt 902 241.Hvman Pout Fo Duk.. l "1(4.487.molt Jo. Harria Bill\ ,Shearer'. A..rl.... OH Ita".. points by. the opposition Commission and their Duck in a semi-stupor (sleepy) m.til .

202.. ....... I. 771 aad lIt? bot...- I Mixed lito... Bourget. Venice, (.ar On the other hand Venice Locators Hunters in that a snook nabs the line and
oct It ..... cam. .by rXI-81-14. pink dent 124 and 1611 G.... Webber. F.n.alewood 7- area may be surprised to find then the
With Mm handicap of 171 added th., 1'..,... a Loan 17n and 081 scored 213 points and gave up _:A angler bolts out ol
I P.,.. po.t64 01. oar.*. to ...... V..,.* G.d... H67 ..d 8497. Team 104 while playing more that a covey of flamingos occasionally his sunny; bunk to bring thi
,t. T.... I- Ft'pp. Gulf Wind Marina .t..d,... Jolly B'. ID.1.. Grov. City leaves the Busch fish in. An
Z44.0| Myakka Lo.... >89tav 27-81 and Yen,lea Garden. 16-82 Pop.I. wide-open brand of football. ideal location,
Slajtdinm. 6-tIlt,'. 8..f....... I.,.., of 4.. week bus and Cricket The Indians dropped a 13-0 Gardens Beeritorium and deep In the heart of BIG

I8H-141)lora 3.pd.. Shamrork.,. 1014-1714.Bar 11-17 KtrrnitMoor :Tar- N.d..hnu.BIll Phllh""". ". MI.... 1I..d.r decision to Sarasota and lost settles on a small island near SNOOK country. Too bid
IH-S69, Bud L .dham US-MS, NI.' POI 1'11.10. An.. !''i..ln. to Southeast by a 12-7 score. MAYOR SMYTH BROHARD wat the first to ment watch the proceeding. A dinner was the U. S. Phosphoric Plant at they couldn't show me

( VI.Ray 108 111, Herman Para. X..Duk.... lot 104, Transport Horn, lOSt) Nt.Gerry I. lIlt Penla.Gladyt Terminal lompkin. Their eight wins were as follows tee off Sunday to lignal the re-opening of held at the clubhouse following the tourney.The Gibeonton. They can be seen big ones caught while I vat M.

John Gauwood 101. D... ('h.... lot., ., Hoyel. Darhi, 184 and till TuEoh. : the "new" front nine at Late Venice Golf re-opening climaxed I four-year improvement when flying over the bay. there. Nobody ever catches i
I Dick Beaumont 101, 100, Land 0 Sun. 111 and 1811
John White
North Fort Myers. 23-7 Naples Club. On the tee with the left Lake -..0- fish when I
31.b.pu 111 Royal Dach..S21 and 2398 Team "nd.I. : mayor are program at Venice. Final am there. They
B.... V.. ..* Pm Mayleban' ., I inn, Bakery I2-1. W. T. 20-14 Arcadia 14-13 The other day I missed the always pull them
l laaburr. Rraltora. Ili-57 i Norwood Grant S*',.It'4 and Royal Dach. t8. ; ; to right Fred Daley, etident of Lake phase of the program was the complete re- out of i
.. ... 20. Bowler, of th' .. Kay Millar Riverview 12-6; Palmetto Item on the coming meetingof deep freeze. Here
Kooflna7..., KM.lM.nrul Laabury N$ ,, .-... .91 1791.a.H .. . h .b. 32-0 Cardinal Venice Golf Club, and Carl Rohmann, pro- feeding of the fees and fairways on the front the and now I
-' Mooney, 33-20 Florida Skindivers will
"8i'. .- . Winnere. ; j';t,. Tkinkaiivlnt. Draw.lav ; ; while of the ask the next state Lef-
I 1'H Laaburr Raaltor. 11-17, Blalork manager, ]lust a portion nearly nine.
North Fort Myers 32-13 and Assn. meet to be held at Venice !
/, Iniurane. Af ncy *tld-I9'iu Dorothy Thra. fre. .... Gvom ; Islature to toss in a bill re
Gann: in: Darlm.. Chadwlck. 1.9DO Boumt, Karen Hoeom Hobba Broth.: Charlotte 38-6. 100 pertoni who participated In the tourna, Beach on Dec. 6 . for latin, to the
.. and Bob SO. d. proper dating ol
( MarnrM Gor. I7 Ill B nl 170lUkrr. era Turkey Dinner. -
I .' TVKnilrwnd: ...... .. for two Jan. Wull..4 Venice racked up 135 pointsin the first annual fossil hunt fish. This, to present somi
Wtu't.Il LOT, Pot.t Tavwn, 8 7-690 1 John G Meadowa. the final four games while . We'll call it "An
an 21
:t. ''j Pet.. Tmifn 10474011. SUixllnntMaaoo Th. S.r.Mt. Worn..'. Marks pound snook from being
Crawford Air Conditioning and A..i.".. opened their tournament holding opponents to 39. Tourney ReopeningOf nual" for it would be a fine used for spurious fish boles
I Alp Control Producta. I... ttad for il. paH weekend at Cyro'. Venetian Lake City's starting line annual event that attract -
BowL; may over and over. How about It,
fl..t 33.30 I Ituk L Pti sod Pot. Rcoo. fchearer paitor of th.ilv.ry will
J y.9.t.d. 2741. P.oI 9kM. 210, I ( KVormed Church I In Venice average 176 Ibs. and the many more of the serious Senator Henderson? itick
I Ion Kruy 104Baaiiaan' Garden.. lave U.. Invocation.. M... backfield 156. The Indians skindivera and shell collectors -
N.ra. Boy Frltrhin, of that on the agenda and led
ry Daan Cardl- South Venice threw
Ml, FIbs r-lml 8a ln.. 4 Loan, Ii.. tint ball down U.. lane. and th. average 188 Ib!. on the line who make fossil hunting have a real fishing filibuiter
.4. Kit Bill Trahan. American T.oglto.. .......m... .. .nd.. .... 1'11.... and 160 In the backfield for a Front 9 At Lake VeniceAnother their hobby avocation
I014W; Taylor Hardwar. Mil Ve.aatlaa .ere 24 Imnu and 80 double. and .in- total of or to tie up the first four weeU
i f. Garden! 1102. Xtandlnnt V*. .:!. partfeipatinv, thl. weekend and advantage 12 Venice Beach is most fortunate .
I I Mtiaa GarHMW 29.1$. WAMR Radio. .h. .......1..... will bowl wmb.r, 6th Ibs. per man along the forward in -0-
0 I Panrldn Barbar. 8hup Culll... Port and (th and 12th and llth The .''.do wall and four Ibs. being one of the The new Beach Casino it
WaUr. ... .11 tied with 17-11. Billy Inn ('I... A. Team. r:1 totrical I Contrao. each milestone was tournament and ending with a Daley, Brohard and Mrs. Ken few locations in the world downright spectacular Only
I \ (/....* 100-101, Auatln Shock 101-214 "ton tBMft, Draper. "..... t44. Th. among the backs. reached in the history of Lake dinner at the clubhouse.The Westfall where Mr. John Q Public
Prank Groak 101 Clay Cooper 110' Coffe. Cun 2-07 Miled lip I 2*65. can thing lacking is an appropriate
I SkHck:: Irlckaon tl!. and Datnch I.....".... 2118. ('.. B Leading runner for Coach Venice GoLf Club Sunday re-seeding completedthe There was a three-way acquire shark's teeth horse's of the
I Veln-N, .anila Bank. C... *. Dolli Team, Midw.y. TV (1127. Cora-Cola Quinn, who uses the split and I when the front nine final or permanent display
was deadlock for third
2 70, Mae .. reopened phase a fouryearprogram place. Scoring teeth mammoth skeleton
Barneta Domln Farley FunmalHnme lole. 2K8D A. K Be.:ity winged T offense 'is left sharks teeth and relics and
940il Farley Funeral I Hot Shop. t'm and Pioneer Oil\ ('0. |-<2. halfI I after a complete re- which included 31'. were Ken Westfall, fragments, and a variety of local shell to be found. I'm

'I N.1031.2..1... 14-14 Btandlnni L...... Grand Farley Bolt.Funeral,.. CI.".......C. Team Cycle I a ItIulg.'A. X..l. 1824 alpol.Vl 2H70.. back sophomores Charlie will in Five the I seeding of the fairways and sprinkler systems tree planting Jerry Meadows and Mrs organic relics that are mil sure that our visitors would
.. Motto 2 -" Hendrirki"c1on[ 2. tp. 2040 and clearing: a ; L. Dunn, lions of years old.
I9'? Emma Voort 30 r Mary Vlllw Cor'* (600. 1'1... A >>oabl..I starting lineup. A full' day of activity I was re-ieeding of the back George Hermansen and be intensely Interested to
1.7, Kay: Fry. 87?. folly Hond..n. Bonn. !. ".1..ra and Dor!. Meroer 1176. The visitors were in the Mrs. Through activities such as such: a display . and eves
IT!. POI Black 171 Jimmy Manro 211. No.... 10100",. and Elaine' Pevton I held to commemorate the reopening nine two years ago. Harold Naegele; and Harold this where the local Grouper
I Mel Terrlll 205 Bill Bi.hl Ml Henry 1171. Vlralna, Suhl. and M Slack, race for the District Four title I beginning with a Pro-manager at Lake Venice Veach Dr. be willing to buy some if thi
I 1'1 Wenkman 114 Dick 81.1.' '*. 112. K.v )1... and Madn Power. throughout the entire season. Douglas Murphyand Snooper Skindivers Club concessionaire happened to
Farly Blrda I Glnny I ;.J.'t I. Co-Op 1121 Polly Hendrnon and Adelin. three-ball mixed, best-ball for the past four years has Em Rohmann. has taken the initiative to I
I t Station. 104-401 1 Bid Frailer. ii.R. Heath Ills and '.n Wllli. and A. but it wasn't until the final been Carl Rohmann who held have them packaged. Over
aort Bhop 12*t TA! Gerberlch. The R.. Miller,\ 1111 Clan B Double., T. Burke three weeks of the campaignthat make it a statewide event. . the rYe found that en
.-.. Shop 117-K84I/ The Raex>rt $hop and M Thonon 1211, M.... Harrii a similar position in Ohio before the word ill years
t nl-U'1. "'..dl..., (o-Op ger\ic and 1.0.... Dick 1188, Pat Mill and the Indians were given coming here. \ reach many closing a few sharks teeth In
I ( : Th. Rex.ft Shop t"' -Id',. ,.1.1 Von lino J. H.nriy and Hop whit.ker There were 92 entries In whose interests lie in archeology
I Cwnher, 17. MUM. Rorhmlllo!" im. Art llto and P. Merrill. and A. StouuCl. FISHING NEWSKings Sunday's tourney and there ChampIonshipOutboard Interesting replies and requests
B''-"II (01, Shock 121. III and scientific endeav.
I Blalnrk" I......,. A...... It,,- .. A Simla. Dorl. M....... *29 and grouper take the were 120 reservations for the for more. It also
I .... Dornln 7117.121. Blackl., '. Refric.ration V Ihoreon SlIt K.y F.... 604 1'1... New Englewood dinner. ors. brought terrible cries 112V2K". ......_. I'uncanrevrolrt B Smmeet, Carol ( heller. (57 Hoo... fishing spotlight this week In the years of diving from
WItt.k: 8M ..d T. .. The winning trio with a net Race righteous indignation
) see Whll..Ven Koln' Klran, Iturk. 925. 0. according to catches regIster. locally in the and
Rill: Phllllna FoH tI.d. SK-P" Mn In. C 1'1"01.f Jud'b, H..dr ITT .nd LI.tI ed at Roy's Goods. score of 29 was Bill Cox Gib Keys Nassau the Post Office Department
P.o7".A4No-I'' "O T. H-olltlIl "'M. I've found divers devoted .
4 : All 1.u-nu. Hop." Whit. The catches include; LL President Cooper and Mrs. George after the sharks teeth boll*
t ",Ur lull and Dorl.' Mercer 11.'. All Two mostly to underwater photography automatic meterinl
I .1 Louis Payne. teams tied for ed
.1 up
? F"nU V,,.l ,: } for anenjoyable Birbara Draper 1481. four kings on Thursday, eighton second with 30's. They were machine. Well, after all the

Friday, and with Col. W. ENGLEWOOD New president Fred Daley Smyth Brohard postage meter repaimwa

1 GOLF Porter.Jehoo B. Colley Sarasota, Col.! Sid of Englewood Little League and Mrs Everett Veach; and Florida State Outboard Hermansen Wins have to make a living.wT .

day of ney Shelly and daughter Sally is Leroy Pease. He succeeds Racing Association will
I WinnersBert apon.sor Annual LVWGA -
J I Orlando and Bill Schram Herb Crane who submitted 42 ParticipateIn an outboard championshiprace : : :. I IA.745
Ii : ll TRY I Porter of New Jersey Venice four kings and five his resignation after - -

and Frank Jehan of Venice black grouper weighing from serving as president for the Monday Club Sunday, Dec. 13 in Sarasota Championship
I I \ SARASOTAGOLF defeated VI Widman of New past five at 12:30
seven to 19 Ibs. on Saturday.The years. beginning : p.m. Leila Hermansen by a

4 CLUB York and Herman Braun of catches were made while Elected to serve with Pease Event At LVGCThe Sanctioned: under the auspices commanding 23-stroke lead FREE GIFT WRAPPINGFOR

I i' Venice by a score of 4336in trolling in the gulf with red were Joe Czerwinskl, David of the American Power. captured the Lake Venice Woml.'n's
CO AAV the regular bi-weekly game and white feather jigs Birdsey and Jerry Monohan, Seniors' Monday MornIng Golf Association championship .

I 'I FEES . . . . OO.UU of potluck, held Tuesday by Tom Goodm Harry Kem- vice presidents; Rose Ken Breakfast Group at the I boat Assn., it will feature 10 tournament over

i ; Jut Off Bee Ridge Rd. the Venice Shuffleboard Club. merer and Tony Melting Venice nedy, secretary treasurer; Lake Venice Golf Club participated different classes of racing runnerup Dulcie Wright. KODAK

t I'' 1 : I South of Saratot Twenty participated in the 20 black and red grouper and Bennett A. Rock Sr., In a two-ball, best- craft with two heats scheduled Competing In the 18-hole division -ime6rstf- ,
ball match this with
I ..I event. largest up to 15 lbs., whileMtfatnff player agent. Birdsey will be week 42 for each class: making a Leila had a 235 for 84

;, ,_...on.. with n.... ,_4tir1__*_. In... fh...v* .Mulf_ In charge of the senior divis. participants teeing off from I total of 20 competition heats. holes while Dulcle had a 258. GIFTS

i aboard the "Lost Hoosler." ion and Monohan the Junior four tees on the' reopenedfront I Competition will feature Tops In the 9-hola divisionwas

I" "'' '' '''''' R. L. Scott Venice six division. Crane will serve In nine at 9 a.m. ''H
I !. !.I'. The racing hydroplanes classes Grace Tomlinaon with a '"_qll! iJI0lIBROWNIEFOSaA"H'I I
J winning twosome with
'I .1 ...!\ kings, four black grouper anda an advisory capacity. of ranging from A stock to B, 114. n second place with a
1 a net score 30 was I. F.
I i bonita trolling in gulf with More than 140 boys, ages C, and D stocks; built for racing 120 was Lucy Journeay.
reflecto spoon No.7. The eight through 15, participateIn Nutting and H. Benjamin. alcohol fuel classes, Athrough

I : largest king weighed 10 Ibs. the program. Many volun. There were three ties for C; and Class C outboard

!I 1,1, and the largest grouper 14 teen are needed to assist the second place with net scores racing runabouts.
I j "; of 32. They were H. Webber O)}
1 1"1 lbs.Mr. elected and appointed official The course will be laid out
I i I and Mrs. Ed Reed In serving the youth of and E. Gibbens; W. Kaley I close to shore just off ,the .
I'J Venice, six and the and A. Racket and C. Harmon
I kings eight community.The new city: marina.In .
and Relchart.
black in next of the f-
i. grouper spoons gulf. meeting organization ,
4 ''I 'I I Tom Goodin Harry Kern- will be held Dec. With both nines now open ( Rf6aAR CHLPGN

j 1jl merer Tony Melling and Bob t In the Englewood Elementary guests and members who are PLL1BlNc3' THE

: : Norman Venice 63 kings School auditorium at not participating in the modem dairy barns, THING .- We'LL DoIT
jl Breakfast Group's Monday grain stored In large bins
and five black grouper jigging 7:30: p.m. All parents of boys FORVU
with spinning tackle and participating in the programand morning events will experience over the milking' parlor .is iritvUtLGIVEU5A
Ii I no delay in finding immediate metered out In
dudes in gulf. all other interested exact amountsto
_ _ _ _ _ per.
11 I Roy and Lela Nan,. took a aorta are urged to attend. play. each cow as she .is milked. Movie Camera

busman's holiday on the Le- Regular practice is scheduled -

la-Roy and along with Tom to begin Feb. 15. Further fun-filled wartoenjofpertonalhome

\ and Howard Jernlgan and Information on the Little League Grouper Snoopers Slate tnovtel

I FilEt't; i': BUSY Pete Petersen, brought in five program here may be chained

t kings, eight black grouper I by calling either Euniceor New Irowrlr. fwt $frtOI MovIe.
ff and two bonita. They were Bennett Rock at 474-1903 Venice Beach Fossil Hunt Cameraok*. It oart "I.

r AS A CHIPMUNK? fishing! in the gulf 12 to 15 or stopping by Rock's Motel expmilve to .eke Jmovl.1 I
miles off Venice. on Dearborn St. your loudly will $**
I The Venice Grouper Snoopers by careless or Camera ta poecilt-fll de* it,

To really understand how BUSY BUSY is . are sponsoring a fossil boatmen during thDu'hue"l IiIIiB Kodak to give y ar. 01 dapIII4-!

: check our window and watch our lix live chipmunli. j Jerry Of/Jura's/ Featherweight hunt off the Venice beach spokesman for th able ..", Ic." Comes C50IP'"N

AlT Sunday Prizes will be awarded I era" said. with e roM el Kad.Che
I ARCH SUPPORTS to qualified entrants. Movie film and 5 fttn..ecI. be*.

In order to protect the divers r of movle-iiiaklnfl Idsel.serbs .

H That Have Brought there will be buoys setoff WOLFER MCRAMBLER DTORS Inc. *,*!16.5
Comfort To Tens 01Thouqnd. the beach with akin diver DODGE All'

flags (red square with a MS S. rtmlaml Trail 488-3965 4884150T LAY.AWAY HOWl
.II."".' *. They're Soft 't
white diagonal across the center
.amc.Uenetinn .
Flexible and Metal Free.. ) attached thereto. Boats VENICE
: II lot suf 0. in the area are requested to ENGINE TUNING BY ELI EQUIPMENT 323 W. Venice: A *

:,, .tuh02stppodu _: ... tfl stay to the west of the markers a Brake Repair I Lubricate Chat*!. ONLY
Cleaners i -_ f. raw. fet ..1. .....,.,.. End TIlE AREA'S
a Front
i M there will be divers Alignment S Oil ChangeS AUTHORIZEDDEALER. KODAK JERRY'SSHOE operating to the east (inside) Front End Overhaul' Adjust Headlight. Beairu

; CiJi.asu. of them. Wheel Balancing S Electrical Repair. .

1 I AND LAUNDRY SERVICE is,. 4chsg ,::; COMFORT SHOP It 1. hoped this I courtesy Engine OverhaulS .AIry-Automatic or Stand At the eli of; *I4

i FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY Spteialning In Arch Suppoifi and Orthopedic Shoes II will be extended to the divers Radio Repairs erd Tranuniulon Repair FLASHING CAMERA

: 217 W. Venice Ave. 488-4117 251 S. Trail; Venice, Ph. 488.345O-Hr'l 10 to 4 '
I Ph. ajn. and their guests so that there Alrconoi ..nn .Clod W64s.s.s nJ 'r.i'

'i I I'I ,will be no .ccideA: causes)

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I Applause Due City Beautifier Blanche Celli-! I, 'It\\. t 1

l 1 pEACHIE 'j '
of living anthin' that the street has been nothIng cuttings are rooted and popular with the small fry Is 'tuna The past she years saw ::' ,
years city business 24 but improved by the planting plants grown. The nursery the traditional Christmas parade the canal questions resolved I I ,' .'
of fast growing palms, boasts' an ingeanlous misting and .
lighting '
day is a lot to tr Y ,1 I t' Park Prettied ceremony.One nltbe the beach pavilion I
s in a brief inter I r Up system, which, said Mrs. Cel- year Mrs. Celll dressed street and sewer .
explain it was a nostalgic M vl ,' Another project, one In 11, was invented and built by up as Mrs. Santa Claus and project and countless other i
sod a. Blanche J. which the members of the Curwood. Sick trees and rode on top the fire truck projects. r ,
rlence her career asuncilwoman. IttS tt Men's Garden Club assisted, plants are taken to the nursery with Jolly old Saint Nick. She Mrs. Cell said that serve !
discussed was the beautification of two for rejuvenation. Two is particularly proud of the ing on the council was the
corners of Blalock Park. yean ago the city purchased' attractive holiday decorations most memorable experienceof
,. CelU resigned from Then all of the Tamiami several dozen salt resistant which are erected each her life and that it was
cl) recently to become Trail through town was planted Eucalyptus trees which have year. quite a let down to no longer
ajer of the Venice Muni- and there was beautification now grown to an average of Other Interests be a member. She is lookIng .
Trailer Park. Shen of the areas around the 12 to 15 feet. These are scheduled Don't think for a minute forward to her new duties
working with the pres. sanitary lift stations. for planting at the beach that Mrs. Celll spent all her and has offered her services
manager, J. J. Joasart, Another popular innovation pavilion. The little cultural time in beautification She in any capacity warranted to I
ec. 1 and will officiallyover of Mrs. Celli's was the beau. center at the airport and Air- was twice elected council 'Mayor Smyth D. Brohardand T;
on Jan. 1.s tiflcation of the municipal port Avenue have also been president and served one members of the council :. "'I
Cell made her first water works on East Venice radically improved.Mrs. term in this capacity, passingthe The ex-councilwoman Issued I" .
for council in 1958 and Avenue Included in the project CelU also requestedthe gavel in the second instance a plea for more women t
unopposed She explain was a fountain with erection of the two con- She served four yearson to take part in city; government .
hi sought the public ofat sprays of water illuminatedby crete lettered signs spelling the city water board and pointing out the wonderful -
her interest in city colored lights. The dedication Venice on either end of the was in charge of the trailer feeling of satisfaction
n grew and she felt she w 4 Itr services were held on city and was responsible for park for three yean. that comes from civic work I
something to contribute a Memorial Day and the the planted parking area at Mrs. Cell! served as councilwoman of this type.
body Mrs highlight of the affair was the east end of the Kentucky
h e governing during what must No one, she observed can t
had been an active when a small boy slipped and Military Institute parade surely be described as the accomplish very much on 'I,
ber of the Civic Action fell into the fountain. ground The Memorial Park most exciting time in city their own and that anythingshe
a group whose memo Also coming under Mrs. section of this block was also government. She saw the accomplished during the
hlo i Included a number of Celli's watchful eye were beautified under her di building of city hall; in fact past six years was the result
rUmen and two county East Venice Avenue and the rection.In one of her first duties was of "the wholehearted cooper
missioners. parkways in the Edgewood fact, It Is Impossible to to arrange the reception at ation of a large number of
second try for a coun- section of Venice, which have name all of the projects the dedication of the struc- wonderful people." aThun
been planted. which she Initiated and saw
post in 1962, generated Strickly on the practical .mature. But the one most The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. ., Dec 3, 1964-9 ,1
and when
\or way
side she has had
plastic water
counted Mrs.
votes were lines run into all of the
35 votes short
was majority.just Her run-off ADMIRING HER HANDIWORK Recently nue parkway between Nokomis Avenue and city parks and of regular has initiateda fertili

netted her 518 votes resigned councilwoman; ; Blanche J. Celli! Nassau Street These planted areas In the zation.program ,
her opposition getting takes time out to check; on the progress of center; of Venice have proved to be very One of the major Improve-
blooming plants growing In e border surrounding popular, the former beautification; chairman ments initiated by Mrs. Celll 1 I!
utiflcttlon, Recreation the walk on the West Venice; Av said was the city nursery where .

s. Celli! said that she had
11 i had a special interest and Guy Curwood, superintendent was the planting at the inter program. About three years : ,
\\1 beautification and rem of public works, section of West Venice Avenue ago a real controversy was Get the Air-C.nditioninj
on. She took positive acy would tour the city, block by and Park Boulevard.One started when Mrs. Celli decided jystimthatCOfllS t
initiating a fiveyearin block, seeing just what had of the projects which to remove the big, old I II '
1959, which represent. to be done. Also, while serving caused the most favorable diseased Monkey Pod trees I "
h. first phase of an all on the street lights com comment was when Mrs that for years had graced f
beautification program mittee, Mrs. Celli and Police Celli had planted a huge V Harbor Drive, Tempers ran I I
II Interesting to note Chief John C. Shockey madeit of petunias at the triangle hot and comments were .d
her first endeavors along a practice to check on what between the Tamlaml Trail heard from aU quarters.
line were done in coop.on areas were In need of additional and The Rialto. The blooming What few people seemed to "lANDT i .,
i with then Councilman lighting plants were truly beautiful to realize until it was firmly ,I
d Hamilton, who was First PlantingsHer see. However it was found pointed out was that In addi- '.
ed to fill her presenton first big beautification that the terrific exhaust from tion to being sick, the trees HEATS'
council and who is program was completely replanting passing cars was too much were causing a real problem
m f re-election. the circle at the Intersection for the plants and now a uprooting sidewalks and
e city beautification pro. of West Venice permanent planting has been streets and Interfcrrmg with a aI
is now a complete de- Avenue just west of City Hall substituted for the annuals. the drainage system. As in
ent, with specific ems Planted here were cocos plu All! has not been sweetnessand most tempests in a teapot,
a truck of its owns moan and ixora plant. Next light in the beautification most everyone now agrees I fj f

watering truck which j
lied from wells when

e y m.on demands the municipal are water being Plant A Garden"By Meet Our League Leading Loan Team! 1

Cell! familiar
was a ANNIE
a. each Wednesday sheabets
morning while havinga Beside the Snow Queen is fine filler plant for it Is General Electric We have a great bunch of pros at the sign of the Golden Eagle.
cup of coffee, I looked out a grouping of Bougainvlllea hardy. The marching iris I ts :
.r upon one of the most beautiful One Is the Barbara Krast with another bulbous plant which W!aTRONeHEATPUMP!! They're experienced, efficient, understanding. Let them call the '
and most tender of all our brilliant magenta colored will recover rapidly from
plants. It is the Snow Queen flowers. One is a pale orchid freezing Further up the state signals from the opening whistle and your loan win be a winner. !1';'
Hibiscus. Its lovely foliage called the "Easter Parade"Another many people plant Dutch iris keeps your familycomfcetabla .
with a color range from pure is a beautiful shadeof which blooms during the late Accept no substitutes. Demand that one of our big varsity team :
white to dark pink and brilliant purple and, then to add winter and early spring.A .
greens is spectacularand contrast, there are the two well planned garden will ALL YEAR-ROUND members talks to you about your loan plans good! "
even if this plant did not shades of "after glow" and have color regardless of the automatically! : \
flower, it "golden glow" This may time of year for it will contain Cools and heats an entire .(
would still be sound revolting to those who some, or all, of the plants home-using no fuel, no
von one of the like a particular blend of colas water Just operating efficiently
we've mentioned here. Several
brightest spotsin of the same shades. How oa electricity, this
__ our garden ever, many of us like a force. people in this area grow convenient modern way to '
home SARASOTAsaving
yo"_ I However, It ful splash of color and certainly the Dutch iris as we have costs cool and less heat than your you think. Pfil'
. does flower almost this spot Is exactly done in the past. After their Call us now.NaaflNS mmmulITf I
...... as much that.We blooming season is over, the lJ"o.
.a':: as some of our consider aforementioned and loan
bulbs should be raised and
more common plants tender. However, !
hibiscus The after being touched by the put in cold storage in orderto 1 \ :
fr flowers are a cold they recover rapidly and keep them healthy.Our '
Plumbing very dark pink their brilliance seems to be next several articles .J COOUNO DOWNTOWN SOUTH GATE GULF GATE VENICE
Co. Inc. Mrs. Summers almost red. enhanced by the fact that will contain names and loss asia srwr: so TRAIL AIlEE RIDGE at gnunutticwanixru, W a MMM run
They cascade down and they were given a dormant
stories of fruiting trees which 744 VENICE AVE. E. ,
!is full This
488.2402 488-5282 when the snow queen season. garden belongsto
of blossoms it reminds one of a dear friend more than can be grown here. PH. 488.5359
Radio Equipped Trucks; the lovely simulated flowers 100 miles north of us where I
PO. Box 454, Nokomis from "Alice in Wonderland." the temperature! drops lower oil

than years exchanged it this does friend plants nere..,and nor and I many have it is Green's Fuel Quality GasPlus 7 r

delightful to visit her beautiful -
gardens which start at the
leave the top of a high hill and con NOW ! '
tinues down to the shores ofa
lake In these gardens she S&H Green

r aspirin grows tender practically plant which every adds typeof Stamps 1

color. For background plantings -

to us... she. has camelias .and __ ___ ___ ___u_ _ _m____.___muum___' .
azaleas In abundance.. Also,
she has Included the hardy II

v DRIVE ANEW front evergreens of her tender for variety.plants she In None Better Than DECEMBER 1

outlines her contoured beds
with annuals of all kinds, sort GREEN'S FUEL SPECIAL ,
CARRENTAL of like an old fashioned English
garden. When the crotons YOUR BONUSS
!boors, copper plant, hibiscus for 1200 .1
and bougalnvillea are L L4rn
touched by the cold the gardens : t
are still beautiful. COOKING GREEN STAMPS given on Domestic GREEN STAMPS 1

If we plant our gardens sales ONLY when payment made at time '
along the same principles as :
this fine gardener, we can of purchase or within 10 days from date of
RENT self-addressed
LEASE or cold weather. Another Important delivery. A stamped, envelope If

'YEARESTIL'S factor In creating must be enclosed with payment by mail, DURING THE MONTH ; ; 1
WEEK garden using tender plants is
S&H Green
for return of Stamps. ,
to remember to use bulbs AIR CONDITIONINGGAS your I .
which usually pop up after a
Rent-A-Car freeze and give us color. The LIGHTS I
amarylis is one of the old S & H GREEN STAMPS I
I dependable ones. Then of .
PH. 488.6541 I .
215 S. TRAIL course the day lily is another '

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!: :: p1'l % Old Milwaukee Pear Halves . 4 #cans 303 $1,
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I, ; Cake Mixes 3 :kg::;. 8ge Alpo Beef Food Liver or Chicken. . .Flavor. 2 cane tall 57c
i Mix or Match, Swift's Sherbets or Nabisco Stock-Pack

Ice! Cream 5 pkgs.: $1. Ritz Crackers . . !:Sr; 35c
I Strietmonn't Famous Welchode Fruit DrinkAppleGr'pe
Pillsbury't( Mix or Stick *16-oz
1 37c 3 32.0:. $1
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ft// t Dress Up Your Table With Argo Spiced Cider Vinegar . IT 35c Welchade Fruit DrinkGrape

j t 1 J" J I //'I II I Peaches . 0 4 #cans 2V4 $1 Treoiure-ChMt Oats Cereal Oetmeal l . . 'Ik;.. 25c Drink 3 32-os.- $__t

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Quick ....." RtdRaspberries. e e bag 4 large $1 S QOoooooouvooooooouSpkg.

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liMMt IrmJ Amrt.dFroz'nDmners C b (plus 100 extra free S&H Green Stamps with Coupon) 1
g; 39c a bags . . . . Ib. 7c '
Ie""' .... Quick .-.. sttw Fresh Florida.Grown I'

Vegetables. *i 49c I ,
Eggplant each 10 C.
Se.1hl..1 Qukk s-.. SNekbd, d
Butter Beans l-bog 49c Flavorful Florida Green ': I
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"' ''', Prone 'lIIet e/ O 2-bunch l '' '
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Fresh and Flavorful Tarnow I

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COOKING TIME I Bologna Jk: ;.' 39c

Swift Premium Braunschweiger or Sandwich
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Round Steak lb. 8Ve Chubs 0 '. 2'k;: 69c I i.i.

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//) 12-"", GONDOllE:' V.nTee.f'la.': Thurs. O.e. 3. 1964 Legal NOKOMIS

Male Help Wanted Legal _




future open. Training now for H. .U W. VAN BOOOLAND Telephon. teWM
I' ll'' I II management Peek Oil Co., Diciojid V704NOTIGH pifuuirt Prabat* ru., No. TIN.
Tamlaml Ven PBRSONB' John
ice. IS HKREBY GIVEN Uintandor HAVING CLAIMS Ort DEMANDS: Arlington, Mass IM J
: and br cOt... of UlW owtelnonto AGAINST SAID ESTATHl prey, and their daUlhter cOt.
dNoombor and lwll
I. th. afcm Itrtad ouuo d.t : You .r* krr aotlflad' :'
WANTED AT ONCE Raw- ... 1M4, I offar for aal. ... to fll* .nr llalm or d..nand w ilk are occupying their holllta
Mid will Mil to the htohoH .b ADS Houses For Sale Rentals leigh Dealer in Charlotte bidder for oath U,. following download r 15w'c. HusIssA Do.s.d. snot .JacJc :
CLASSIFIED Will Trade County or Venice. Write Raw- nraportr, .tl...* I Is Sanuota Oiatr : PioT4da J'tf'H'At: ; be with them I.
VttrSaruoto JOhN bia
Florid, *, lowltlIU T. studies at
CASH RATES UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom leigh, Dept. FAJ 5633, Memphis four-few r\noaO> MdlL .. Countr, 1"" ... In tha NOrthealterll tin).
Term. D. No. LPI41IIT. SaraMto. varsity Boston, keep
Hon at
\ TAKE OVER Mortgage pay- Court him
I 2 bath house. Call 488-3109 WILL TRADE lot in Laurelfor Bald vrnlel. can ba am .. tk. of- wlthla .1.! oatondar, month from th.dat. busy. The holiday lot
Minimum ments. No money down weekdays after All small car Phone 488- tin. of BOOB* Hmm Uphordlni, of tfca Slots aubltoatlom. of tailBack TtiI1 bt
12-Word screened in pool, 3 bedrooms, p.m. day Help Wanted Florid. P..., A Bulldlni. Vmlot NoISe. about the only time h.
1 : Saturday. 5920. feeh bid ih.ll U w.l''l anil p.- .!.!.. or oWnand mnrt .. Inwrltlnrl. b. here these days GSa
I I 2 baths in Venice East. A .6 th, ,,frl,. of B.. and In durllcal.1 ahall I at.ta Sinet
:' : I ONE INSERTION I terrific opportunity. Approx. MALE AND FEMALE outside "l.phs'df'e I Fkokil' P.-.r C = th. p5.. .. of rojlo! >no. a. 2 BEDROOMS, 1 bath house, WILL TRADE Seven S&H Bulldlnv, bof... II iM .' noon mIh. of th* Clalmaatl. .hall ... Basse brothers In
Word $125 mo. payments with $5, sales people wanted. ... I" TI,. .worTto H.. ntor SaralOta
I 8e Per furnished. Season. Call be- Green Stamp books for Top lotS of Dmmbor tr th CWmaat n
; 000 homestead. Phone Sarasota Motor Club membership salesIn Court i.irvoi UM rtehl. .. Nlort Mr kni attornni ". k* aeaompanMar and nearby towns, their ?
; I tween 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., 488. Value books. Phone 488-1673. . ..oehI.Im S
Gordon med all bid a 51.51 tIlls. ; and nnr togethers with
958.8985, ask for 2896. the Venice arei. Commission Dated It'll far of VanmtM. I"" or o>mand .o fifed ahall k* wive t-
AND THURSDAY for appointment. payment plan offers good SMITH MULUN8, ...... Th tubs ft." mnr ... .*'.< .toSb. children Is something 2
! : SUNDAY Misc. For Sale Income either AdmlnlltrMnr of th. ..... ofG amount of .Ialm and ... about 40 people Thaf.'Sj
DESIRABLE FURNISHED 2 opportunity on .r.. H. Mltrh.ll) form mar fc* obt.l..... from tk. Go'57 ..
70e Each HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. full time or part time basis. PublUkl DownlMr. I, If... J.5,5. 0"''' big, happy family Which| It
tJ, bedroom duplex. Close to
Buy for balance of mortgage beach and town. Yearly orleasonal. BALDWIN Orga-sonic Spinet Send handwritten resume to ..I0HM. ..1...FARLB'f'.. ., 'M 5.5.5..d I turned out to be Thanksllvln| |
t Two Manuals 13 N. M.. Box 740. Venice. afternoon at the Edmund li
Each Additional 1 Word and small down pay Organ. L. W. V. II000I54d ;
: { So Call 488-5000.
IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S o-.i. gasse home In
rent. Pedal notes. Percussion Panoramic Osprey
ment. balance as -
Oil heating automatic. Tel. tone. $795.00. Call FLORIDA. IN PROBATB. I1T Nanaau Stroit, -0-
; to* Aral Alr-Cao trp In *laaaltMa 3 BEDROOM House on the needed. Kathleen Wilkinson IN IlK IWrATB OF P. O Bon 1171,
: t j thor* b S .hart. of II MIMHn 4881321. 488-4022 after 8.00: p.m. ASSERT V. SLAve V.okes Florid. Mr. E. W. Schultz of
:I S for ana Inaortlon. M .....te aMM water. Nicely furnished, teaches. We sponsor or hire. D.I. ProbiW Vita No. TIMNOT1CC Pubr..1. N... 1. .1, o.. a. 10. I.... Boulevard is recovering
(or aek raMTtloa tfcmatW.A long or short term. NPC. Ph. Enroll now for next class at TO CREDITORS
t ij aarrlo. ........ of II eonla b LARGE NEW HOME 236 488-3681. SILEX ELECTRIC Orange John E. McLaury Realtor TO ALL CREDITORS AND PFR-: Sarasota Memorial Hospital
.Ml. lor M W tho Gondolbr. P. O. Venice. 3 Squeezer. Never used. Upright SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR D. from recent
Di Luna
.laailfi..... Piazza South Tamlaml surgery He
Box aoaibor ta raplloi t* 262 Trail. Ph. HANDS AGAINST. SAID BSTATI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.TWKLFTH k
::1 , bedrooms 2 baths, central STORE ROOM Office I oven type broiler with 488-5531 or 4885698. You ... .honor. notified. and ra.wlrod JUDICIAL cisciii'r. up and about a bit and doing
heating air cond. Florida or elec. spit used only twice. .. filo. ... ...1.. or .domandwhlek sARASOTA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN well.Mrs. .
'j CLASSIFIED DISPLAY building. W. Venice Ave. Men's clubs and bag 8 )m* ..., h... ....1."' tho Ba CHANCERY.
Room. Call after S p.m. Ph. Call 488-9918 or 488-1347. golf Money To Loan .... of ALBERT V. BLATZ. GIRTRUriB L. PHELAN.WILUAR -0-
I I On Edition, per Inch. .$3.OC 488-2459. irons 3 woods. Sacrifice. Call Sanuota Ountr, Florida Inth 1'.I..IIfI"
Inch. $3.50 488-3822. of1..., of Ron.: JOHN T. GRAHAM.SanuoU ... I Both Edition. per I I BEDROOM APARTMENT, Count Judr*. I. U,. Count PAUL FHELAN.IMfonrlant with 22 other
BEAUTIFUL 2 BR., 2-BATH furnished. On Venice beach. BUSINESS OR PROPERTY Court B.,.. at .,-., Florida, residents of the
I within alx oalmdar, month. from !h. NOTICE TO DEFEND Orange Apartments
i LINERADS home on canal close to Bay. Season. Call between 10 a.m. PERFECT CHRISTMAS Gift. Loans. Unlimited funds ,ill. of UM lint. ,.blloa_ of thIs TOt Thanksgiving Dinner enjoyed
Like new Winchester automatic available. Personal appoint- Net ... : Wt'otJ'IIIIO'\ toleiher
t Florida sunken living and 5 4882896.
room p.m. .. _... to I.55iUee. .. at the King's Table In
,) $1.3OPerlnch and case. Can 488-3997. ment arranged. S. M. Box Eoeh .r.i. .et BRONX NEW YORK Venica.
with floor extra ,
room parquet s.d n dupltaui .hall >tat* YOU ARB HEREBY NOTIFIEDiat !
4 4 ROOM DUPLEX. 2 bedrooms ,,,. ...._ .. They were accomodated lit
I { large Karaite.!! Only 746, 5. plan of p.54 I and no.t offle.addrM *_oofnplalnt. for b
screened-in porch. GIRL'S WHITE SHOE of th. ('Cl.ltn.nt I .hall a* boss flM aialrurt rou, and roa an the separate room there ind
$2,500 down 14900. HAZELI. .. .. .... kU. .
: worn br th. C. anntor ....Irod ta arra 5 oirpir of nuraniwor enjoyed being
CANCELLATION or CONN, Broker. Ph. 488-3242 Seasonal. Roberts Bay Drive, SKATES. size 8. in excellent Mobile Homes hi. .U..., I ,),sll loa aornnpanted. ploirlln to lb. .l.I., together for
ADJUSTMENT Nokomis. Phone 488-1333. condition $1100. Can 10, a II." flllns ha. and anr >urh on th* phlntllTa Boon* the festive occasion.
or 488-5994 evenings. el.lra or demand not .. filed .h.ll bTold. Ham and I.i'o'hl.: Powora
cancellation 488-1021 after 8:00: p.m. Th. flnn. fM 6'.? loa addtd to Bulldlnr 1 It*. -0-
for . LIckS
,1 Requests HOUSE!: AT 712 GROVELANDfor BUILT and furnished 1M _ou., of ..,... ... ... ,_ vets. Florldn. and Pil..o.tho.t. Mrs. Dma
: or adjustment became of error" BEST BUY ON rent or buy with small QUAUTY t0s. .. .loa .btslssd. "-.. tIIa Cosato anawV? or pl-dlnr In th. offlc. oftk McConnahle of
MINK STOLE. Nearly with twin beds. 23 1...... .. of Nokomis East
THE WATER BOAT new. aNi. Clork Ui* droolS Conrt, S.ra- was pleasantly
> i must b. mad for Thursday down payment and pay balance One-third original price. Ph. ft. trailer, neat and clean as OTI'O C. 1TR0TRIf A 1fIf. Ma ea..I,?, Florida. on or bofor tk.M surprised when her
I GONDOUER BEFORE 5 DOCK LIKE NEW. as rent. Has new central .. Bncutor of the but atAltrt ... of DoMnbor.. I.... If roa fall son ir>
,'I p.m 2 Bedrooms. 2 Baths modern kitchen 4886430. a pin, with brand new nicely V. B..... D.n.a..d. to da io, judxmont kr dosrot ara rived from San Diego, Calif,
I' I : en Monday. For Sunday GON. oil heating, furnished Cabana. $1300 Alt."....t Braiwrll A Rrowm, ,00f,... will r. takon. sI.t. roa to spend Thanksgiving
Florida Room. and two bedrooms. Tel. 488- Or I 1..._ l. Bradford.Att for Sot rIM ....cIod ta the own"irONB with
::1 DOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m. on Central Aircondition and 1321. NEW KEY LAWNMOWER, takes all except cat and tele ...., for Bxaentor."ubiUki ,. her. He was accompanied by

Thursdat Heat Built-in Oven, Range. used 2 hours. Will sacrifice. vision. Lot No. 47 Palm It Nor. It It, 14. Bva, 9. I"" and oRDERED!: ., Bamaita.Sarawt .. Sandy Lees and it was their
Onntr. Florida, talt U aw
r *
j \ i Phone 488.3125 Birch Cabinets Nicely 2 APARTMENTS furnished, Can 488-5241. Pines Village, Nokomis. of Mo,o hn-, 1M4 first trip here. Mrs. McCon.

t I ", Landscaped Large Lot. On Dona Bay. By year or Ilf THE COUNTY IUDGII' 'OURT. W. A.of WYNNB.Clrk Circuit. ConH. nahie also had as guests Mn

Truly Super Buv at Only season. Boat dock and fish HO RAILROAD, HO racewayset See IN ANn FOR SARASOTA COUNTY BamMa Counrr. Florlrla.) Ruth Bell and the Istter'i

I Houses For Sale 14999. ing. For appointment call 40 ft. of track. Com VA GA B ONDTEAKWOOD IN RBl FLORIDA Tb ...IN* of PROBATB.! FlorMn BOONS Power RAZEN a Llcht a IRPI4ORDING BulMlni.Vonlro. truest, Mrs. Fern Bergner of
: PARK CHIPS JOHNSON, Realtor, 488-4698. plete. Cost $70. len $30. Har- EDCAR L HILDERBRAND Florida.Pnbltiht Kokomo, Ind: Mrs. Ethel
Ds'o..d N.. Nao. It, M. Doa. 5. It, I.... Ashworth and
I I Attractive Ocala Block, 2 306 West Venice Ave. mony electric guitar solid at NOTICB!! TO CREDITORS""""' Mrs. Anne Eck.
bedroom 1 bath home. Phone 488-2241 type single pickup. Good con- : AND OTHER un&0
nished. Laurel. Florida dition, $20. Phone 488-6162. MOBILE HOMES PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS -
Florida room. fireplace, gas IN THE
air conditioner. Furnished. 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE for room. $70 monthly. No pets or 809 S. Tamlaml Trail, You ... kmfcv Mtlfl. and mnlradto IN AND FOR SARASOTA roUNTY. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Kwtce.Inskl : .
heat .. ...,..
children. 488-3916. VENICEPh. fll" tlaHna or .d. whtthro FLORID IN RO.ATE.
Priced 14500. sale. Reasonable. Call 488- SEA ANCHOR 30 Inches di mar. ... ..1_ 5.. told '" S.. .98515." of have had their two
j 1872. ameter. Complete with I 488-3414 I. 5.. offlo. a* th* Count Judn of L. W. VAN HOOOLAND.DwMMd daughters, sons-in-law and
9' ON THE BEACH at Casey The Finest in Mobile Homes Buuota Ountr. Florida. I. th. ogurt.hona. N... TMI
lines in excellent grandchildren for the
r VENICE GARDENS Key 1 and 2 bedroom condition at Baraaota. Florida, within( all NOTICE OF PROBATBTHB visiting
' 1 bedrooms, 2 baths spacious 2 BEDROOM. 2 Baths near $10. Phone 488-1832. II eatendar month. from th. date ofth : STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL past week. They are Mr. and
apartments. Seasonal $1,000 BY OWNER FRANKLIN lotS publication. of thIs. notloa, PERSONS INTERESTED: : : IN THE Earl
I home. Screened porch. I Gulf. By appointment. 519 and $1,200. Call Don Heath, Eark alalm. or dad Most k* Inwrltlnr. ESTArt; OF SAID DBCEDKNTl Raymond Jr. and
.f central heat and air conditioning. Gulf St.. Venice. 488-6688. PLANTS FOR SALE Trailer with cabana and .. duvllrat and Bint ..... You a.. horobr notlflfd that 5 two children from Hyatt
488-2151 or patio .On beautifully land 5.. plae' of r..1 IHmt and set afflo.addroH written Irutroramt purportlnf, to k* ville Md Kenneth and Nan.
I Washer rods and Loquat plum .......,. .29 01 Slot .1.'......" and man k. th* .laot will and tottammt. of middosodtnt ,
t I drapes. Many fine features VENICE GARDENS SLEEPING ROOMS $12 per Coral vine .. ......... .25 scaped comer lot in lovely'hi. h.. boss admlMod. to prokat cy, and Mr. and Mrs. Rich.
Waterfront $$13,950.00 restricted park. 2 bedrooms, .t..", .,, or H will, raid .. ... ooort.Yon ard Michel and son from
L t In this comparatively new week. Outside entrance. Nokomis Wax Myrtle . ... .. . .35 aoaordlnv. to law ar. korobr oommandol. within
borne. Priced $18,500. Large 83x120 foot lot on big area. Phone 488-3912. Strawberry guava, 2-ft. .50 2 baths, screened patio, awn EVA LOVE RTLDPRRRAND, ill .afendar a..tho from till dat Plalnvllle Conn. They will be
: I 17 I lake. 3 bedroom 2 bath with Fireball Poinsettia . .$1.00 ings, Chrysler Air-temp Air F. et.trr. of th. Entat of of tha tint publication'' of thIs nolle here for another week.0 .
... ,
Ed I. Rlldrrbrand, daaaaiatFlorida and ahow ,
1 Considering building your shower off Master Bedroom. APTS., on the beach, with Orange & Grapefruit $2.50 Conditioner, with or without So,... C l.eOoedIe, :la If anr appaar rou lit can aald, why oourt th.* a.tloa .r:.tdocmrt -

J,. own home Have large selection Wall oven, matching refrige- pool. For sale or rent. 100 Cut-leaf Philodendron .35 furnishings. Wan to wall car- Pnivr A Light I.tI." .. admlttln. .... will .. probate Mrs. Frances Colby of Columbus -
: Vtnl., Florida .10...", .land nnrarokad.
o( fine home sites to rator and eating space in The Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph. Holly bushes . . . . . .50 peting. Has to be seen to be Au......... r., thu F..t.... JOHN "not. GRAHAM." Countr) JoapaSaiuota Ohio, spent two
i I fill needs. kitchen. This is a valuable location 488-5698. MELROY'S NURSERY appreciated. Sacrifice for P..b''h'' Nor. I" I' ... D.. .. I".. CoD..... Florida.PuklLhi weeks with her mother, Mrs.
'via your .. I....
i No* II. Ml Doa. 54.
I'' and a bargain. Financing Laurel, Florida. $7675 cash complete with fur- Henry Rombout, on her return

I FRANK C. RAEBURN available. ONE, TWO, THREE room nishings. Call after 4:30: p.m. IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGES COURT from the Sarasota Ho*.
furnished Apts, Venice Turn east at Laurel Road NOTICE! OF INTENTION: IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTY,
MYRON Realtor 488-1168.
Realtor McGLYNN. weekdays TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: FLORIDA IN PROBATB pitaL A telephone call from
f 251 W. Venice Ave. 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 from $40 monthly up. Walk to and turn right at 3rd road. Tfa. .......1.... doaf. ......., orttfr IN RE:I ESTATE OF home and with ThanksgIving!
town and beach. Call 474-2569. that k* ta aonduetlna- .norln andtorair. WILLIAM DANIEL IBVTOO.Doroaiwd. .
I .1 Phones: 488-1600 or 488-2649 I VENICE GARDENS MOBILE HOME OWNERS'CAN In SaraaotA Couatr, Probat File .,... TrM approaching she hurried
FUEL OIL TANKSSTANDS.Fuel FlorM. nnder: th." flrtlthma of NOTICE TO CREDITORS back to Columbus to spend
VENICE GARDENS. 2 Bed- with her
; 1 $ $ f WITH NEW MOBILE that sold firm la umpuaad of th. foltawlni HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS: the holidays family
"I t If. conditioned Low operat. Private dock on My- Green Stamps. Standard waoaa ... andplar AGAINST lAID ESTATE.V. there.
4 ,. j 'dJn living ing cost. Living Room and skits River. $100 monthly. Ph. Heating Service. Across from HOMEOWNERSIACIUGE i .i of npl4.n, .* ar* .. follow.tJohn .. s's basbr Sotifild ... _' -
room, roomS --
M Wart. Ill Haraor Drlra, .. fa fila s.c ..I.t.. .e w hlck
I room. large kitchen, double Kitchen open to large screened Thomas Bait Ranch 488-4760. fire station. 488-4052. POLICY ; Vrntoa Florida, Pot mar bar aaninat th. ._ of Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of

size utility room with tub and porch. Eating space in Exclusive with Edge-Van Ownmhlp of Ahddaa Mcwtac William DanM Irvtn. DuiMid. .late Bay Point Nokomis has Just
kitchen. 2 FURNISHED 3 ROOMS and Oradale Storaa. to .. follow. of BaraagU Countr. Florida In th* offlo. ,
[ cupboards screened porch bedroom I'/i baths [ -Pianos- Agency Joka M. Wait IW par _t. of II... JohN T. GRAHAM returned home after a
with drop awnings, air conJ very attractive. Beautiful bath. Menendez Apartments, Steinway Knabe Everett Example: It k mr Intention U applr to 0.CI.k Barmota Countr Jud.. In tk* Countr month's stay In Venice BOlo
of th* ClrroK Coot In and lotSaraant Court H... W Saraaota. Florida,
wall-to-wall .
included. 517
I J ditioner and many other ex- carpeting George Stock Winter Cable $ 4.000 Form County to wlthla al.< ..,...d.. month from tha pital. Her sister from Phoenix
tras. $13.900 for quick sale. This house is located in Nelson Fayette S. Cable Coach (No deductible th. sold nam* Aladdin I'.I. a Stan date of th* tint aublloatlos. of IklaNolle Ariz., came to stay with!
DUPLEX in air* undor th* provialona af Chantari .
I '; Immediate possession. Call a choice section of Venice Hallett & Davis on windor I '. 488-6474 Gardens with all central utili Bayshore Estates. Phone Musette Players hail) mr hand thla Iltk dar ofNovmbr wriUnr. and la dupltoatol ahall 1 alat -
ties. House and grounds in excellent 488-3182. 1,200 On Contents (Includes 1M4. th* plaM. of, and port .. I
Pianola and Mrs. Francis *
Players JOHN M. WEST.Psbllb odd.of 1.. Claimant I .hall k* Mr.
I I INVESTMENT AND HOMES condition Organs- Theft at no No. I' 55. 570.. 5. 10, I.... ....... .. 10, th. Claimant. fcla aiontor of Sarasota, the latter
300 yards from city beach. MYRON McGLYNN, Realtor 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, nicely additional cost) hIs. attorn.,rt aball ka aoiompa.Mbr gasse
J Allen Lowrey IN THE: COUNTY JUDGE COURT. 11.11 flllnl foa, nark the daughter of the Rudolph
furnished. Season. RonaldV. a
lIP X 180' corner of Barcelona 452 Shamrock Ph. 488-4974 COMPLETE SELECTION OF 400 Additional Living IN AND FOR SARASOTA COUNTT. .I' or dtmand not .o ;I1.t.: Murrays of Nokomis, had a
and Armada. One of the Atone Registered Real Estate Expense n.ORIO".t.te Th Mini IW" mar loa addod to
j JUST ABOUT COMPLETED; Broker 488-4163. REBUILT, RECONDITIONED of ALBERT V. BI.AT*. th* amount of .1aI... and ...1.. festive occasion for Thank
few remaining top locations. 10,000 Personal Liability DoBaaMd Probat Fll" N... 1MITin .
I I AND FULLY GUARANTEED form mar k* obtained from th* Cooatr ) giving Besides her parents
Now has 2 bedroom home Two bedrooms, two baths 250 Medical $.... of Florida. .. all poraonaInbroitod Judv.'. sIftCATHERINE.
Payments Leel-)
PIANOS AND kj th. ..... of Mid ..- she entertained the Don
on a large lot paved street.
; 3 ROOM air conditioned ef
plus efficiency apartment. PLUS other extensions of
I ovltotlYon ,. aXat Edwin
ORGANS aa Admlnbtratrlx' of SI Mr. and Mrs.
Excellent site for multiple Walk to beach Unusual new ficiency. Yearly or seasonal. coverage too numerous to ar. horobr notified. Ihnl a writ. of William. DanM Irtlm. mans, hometown
design by RADFORD. Aca- FROM $125. ton hntninunt pnrportlnt to loa th. Doioifrd. Bean, formerly of her
I i rental units, motel, professional Adults. Two fifty-one Nas- mention ..., .. .
'Florida's Music Co.' will toitammt of sold doiodnt AIOThspISLAIR AND DRAM of Hampstead, N. H,
offices. private club, cia Lane, "QUEEN PALMS. nau (corner Pensacola). Largest $57.00 per year In City or .. h.. bon admitted .> ....... .. tIT N...... It...., Dale Asch-
CANNON MUSIC CO. and Mr. and Mrs.
Albee Road to Shore Road. told Court. P 0. Box II7a.Voalc .
I etc. An excellent investment adjoining! parks Slightly Yon ... nmfcr ommandol wlthhi.U Florida. three children;
1301 1st St. leman
1 I at 31500. Follow signs. 488-4885, 488- BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED higher outside of fire pro- rafendai. montkr from th* data of Publbht 1'1.' II 54. 0,.. .. lu. I.... of
OP Florida Theatre Mr. and Mrs. John Foley
;1 5962. 4886651. !' th. flnrt aablloitlon& of tkla loa toappoar
I 2 bedroom home on Open Thurs. & Fri. till 9 tection. .. sold oonrt and boot. *aua>, deer swimming Nokomis East and Dr. and
. f FORCED SALE Nokomis Ave. Available for p.m. EDGE-VAN ORSDALE If .,, ... aan. whr tha notion of When go formerlyof
Phone 958-1019 oild OMirt ta ....111.I.. anld will to don't shoot them. Regulations Mrs. Earl Baxter
I 2 bedroom home, low county East Gate. 2 Br.. Hi the season References ex AGENCY P........ .bould not ...... natwrokoi Game and Fresh Water Webster, N. Y., along with
of the
'1 1' taxes loaded fruit trees changed. Byron Markle 111 W. Venice Are. JOHN T. GRAHAM.
Baths. New refrigerator Charles Vend.
Autos For Sale Mr. and Mrs.
Countr Judr Fish Commission prohibitthe
nicely landscaped. $1,800 washer and dryer. Com. Realtor Phone 488-4706. Telephone 48S-Z2I9 /In.COU...... Florida.rublhli of Venice.
I : III cash. no closing. Low month. 5, Nir. II It 5$. Off. 5. t.... taking of swimming deer. _
pletely draped. lot
f Large 1964 CHEVROLET Impala,
\ ly payments. well shrubbed. Business Personals door sedan. Private owner. LARGERReal

I CALL 488-4242 or 488-4730 I The Wishing Well Casey Key, DISTINCTIVE
: : One block from private Dressmaking, alterations, Venice 488-5011.

i S : beach 2 bedroom home, FOR SALE ON WATER. draperies, ete. Reasonable

t about 12 years old. Needs House on deep canal off 488-1138 RAMBLER 1959 4-door se fljfb Estate Corner.

I I I some work but a buy at $14. Blackburn Bay. 2 bedrooms dan. Good running condit-

: I ; 000. Now reduced to $11,000 C.B. Large lot private dock. FRENCH DRESS DESIGNER ion. $395.00. Can owner 488-
: Custom made dresses - --
with small down payment. No Reasonable. Phone 4882464. 3235. .J
I : closing costs.ECONOMY and suits to your exact size.
I I ATTRACTIVE 2 BEDROOM Also alterations. Very reason 1959 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF

I I 11.1 l LIVING with Investment H4 baths panelled Florida able rates. Phone 488-1497 or Coach, less than 30,000 HOMES FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED

I possibilities. 4 lots room. Ideally located in Ven. 4885692. miles, new battery good I YOUR SALES GO

.. I' I '1 with 1 furnished 2 bedroom, ice Gardens. Phone 488-5397. TYPEWRITERS and Adding tires, $750. phone 488-5939. Price From $8,500 to $38.000

I '. 'I I I bath small wood house on Machines (mechanically operated 1959 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-door.1 advertise "In
Lots For Sale HOMESITES From $850 to $12,500 when
I J paved road. Also has 2 wood ) Chemically cleaned Good family car. Phone 488- you
: t i ACREAGE From $1,200 to $1.500
I en buildings can be converted like new. Just $12.50 plus 4554. UP

I 'j I I I' to low cost living quarters. 2 BLACKBURN BAY front parts if required. All makes. i TRAIL FRONTAGE From $75 per ft. to $200

I f Priced for immediate disposal. lots. High, beautiful natural Venice Stationers, 211 W. USED TRUCKS !

i I I $6,750 ;- $1,000 down. landscaping. Phone 488- Venice Ave. 4884113.BOOKKEEPING RONALD V. ARONE

l i UNTIL CHRISTMAS ONLY VENICR arsiDKNK LOTS Income .BtroH Cak C Cnaoila LWB I1MIM Registered Reel Eat... Broler
';; 'I '. Income tax and other legiti VENICE BU8INFHH SITESiWNrR Tax. State-Federal Wage International It It. v.. J *M

: I I mate reasons cause these I I Oil lArORK 4M-tWT Reports Personal Typing, "U InUrnntlonnl__.....1-ton.._Ha.ounir .-,._ .II4MIt 501 Yil!* Dr.. Venice Phone 488-4163

to sacrifice lots. __... .
I owners your home. Champion typist Ford Ranch Waaoa I 4MIT
Real Estate Wlllrt __ drlr ...... .
t' Beautiful corner Gulf Shores, 30 years experience. NominalFee. .e i'a. .. 4.

I I block from Gulf make an Charles Z. Nelms, 1752-: faloraatlon.P'f-r'C'doino"' ...0 554 SPECIALS FOR RETIREES ETC.
t' offer. Waterfront Venice Gardens CHOICE WATERFRONT lots Banyan Drive Venice Fla. WEST COAST

t \ t I mowed free of growth I for sale. Direct from owner. Phone 488-5254. TRUCK SALES INTERESTED ? In !.mmaeulate condition 2 BR cement block dome,

Terms cash. Ph. 488-2738. ... ... .. .... end reffio1'
1 I I in water ready for building I or ( Wa.hln IMI1ITRaraoou. toa B. tile bath, utility room, carport, dove

or hold for investment. Sev RUBBER STAMPS made to FIlL H. N. Wlmmer.-Realtor $7950.

.I eral inside Iota Venice Gar F. H. A. HOMES order. Overnight service. DAT ON ALL AND MMCP NIGHT BBRVICB TRUCKS: Ni'e. "furniihed CB home, litcnen, dining area, IM-

I'' th dens 2 lots on big lake inSouth I FROM $100 DOWN Office personal pocket or FARM EQUIPMENT AND REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE room, large bedroom and carport .' only $5W
stock. 488-1432. ALL MARKS OF AUTOSCOMPtFTF '
'I Venice. 2 S,V. lots $400 As low as $45 month '
: WHF'T AITnNIXfl Agent for Wettern Union 'Ttle raph with $1500 down.
.i' Several lots Bayshore make t CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor month for ..,wn
I an offer. One J lot Country r Managing Broker for Venice Situations Wanted Monday thru FrIday 9 to 5; Saturday to I For Rent Furn. 3-roorn Apt. $100


hew Mobile Home Park) 306 W, Venice Ave. LUMBER CO. BOOKKEEPING at home or scsi. hAL PSYilTI 550555 CAtS I. OUWN Aee"'
e Don't wait, see these right Phone 488-2241 your office. 23 years. ex- CLEAN TAMIAMI TRAIL HOSTS Of 'LBE 515" ,1054M15. VA

now 1003 N. Washington Blvd. perlence. Write Box 2, Laurel. PBONKSl Boa. AIMMi 5PO ....."
. . Sarasota -.J

BIG SACRIFICE In Venice. BEEN FOR SALE A LONG call Female Help _
3 bedrooms 2 baths
......' .
Can for .. "
,, garage-workshop. easily 5'all. .
.?,. be converted to home operated HOMES. WEST OF TRAIL ROOF TRUSSES TUPPERWARE Home of charm netrYeo? among !lovtty' 'r.... 5 ...... JIu LIlU5.dnsos .-...

1 Office. Beauty Shop, Doctor's IN CITY. BYRON MAR. Alum. Windows & Doors. DEALERS ARE NEEDEDI! 2 Bedroom, 2 tile baths, fireplace, central hilt end 3 Br. 2 Tile Bathi .2 Car K''.... sad ...... ,..
I Office or any home operated Housewives wishing to add to Wal.. sod 06o'
Air Conditioned ftrort. CHUT
KLE REALTOR PHONE Contract & Garage
; business. All roomsvery Roofing Painting the family income demonstrating lir conditioning, screen porch. Completely furnished Inicellent 6 LlTaos. ...

large. Lot 100x150. Was 488-4706. Phone 488.2132 Venice attractive, practical, t..... City water and sewer Priced at Large Lot. win ..M.a_Hoe DowSfl- .. ...1iI ..

; $24,500 now for sale only 17.; Rentals money saving TUPPER 17500. $39,800GULF I ....,...... Gold> Yo56...
500 plus Title Policy. Owner WARE. Nationally advertisedand lCIKALt'OII
i sell. Liberal financing. Bus. Opportunities has MARTIN 8. d>>
.' must terrific customer acceptance REALTY
This won't last so phone right APARTMENTS. Season or INTERESTED IN INSURANCE and demand. For FRANK C. RAEBURN '

,, now. . year. Centrally located. For BUSINESS? Have further information write REALTOR Wm. ,. Tool. //teg. t role, 555 55. Vo.650 A'
Information contact Lil at 2-20 insurance license avail TUPPERWARE P. O. BOX "' -

BYRON MARKLE. Realtor Lillian's, 207 W. Venice Ave., able. Writ K. L., Box 748,. 11166, St. Petersburg or call 2SI W. Venice Ave. Phone 48HMO-488-2M9 Ph. 4884738 21. So. Trail

: r Ph. 488-4708 or call 488- 25. Venice, I<<-833L .5


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I- ''Christmas Tour' Beams Fridav i ie The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fie. Tfiurfc. DM 1964-13 I' I'YENICE '

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of Mrs. N. M The
home focal''Point
In the
of Sunrise Drive room will be the white living be featured at the "Christmas at the "Holiday Treats and
Li, featured as the' trimmed entirely In tree Barn" the home of Mr Trimmings'1 home of Mrs.
gerbread House," I.of Is nylon net ornaments pastel and Mrs Louis W. Barnes Jr., Giles P. Miller and Miss ,
the/ eight homes in the whole decorative scheme The will of 440 Shamrock Blvd., Venice Blanche Colt of 1125 South '.

jome,/ ChrUtmas rest- be carried out by Use of Gardens. Harbor Drive, Venice, The
., tour Christen I to pastel' colors In decorate net Here tour members may Decorations to be displayedhere
,,ni Society of home becomes purchase anyone of a numberof are hand-made and will
,ce'of Graci Methodist "must.this Visitors a different kinds of citrus Include shadow box eggshells
will find ,
an trees The "Christmaa Barn" della Robbia trees SHOPPING CENTER .
assortment ,
ch. of home-made W. YENICE {
"tour" will be held lies, I jams. Preserves, and jel. Is the fact it Is sponsored by finger puppets, children' Items : j,
and Sat The houses willpell pickles and watermelon the Building and Grounds and nut and fruit bread
on both days from 1 pickles. rind Committee of the Church. At "Happy Holiday Home,"
to 5 p.m. and in the Traditional decorations Tree decorations of our the home of Col and Mrs. M
Ins P.m will modern day will be offered B. Pascal of 311 San Marcot NORELCO ELECTRIC I
kfioJ:: the io'rDc: a gray brick fireplace provides Swthan

cured from any members the focal point of Interest (/ SPEEDSHAVER 20
society or at the door in a home ready for the
one of the houses gaiety of the season
roe ny 12 yean old or unjccompanled "Noel," the home of Mr CORDLESS TOOTHBRUSH I
by an adultbe and Mrs. E Ralph Roach of I

admitted free 379 Pepper Tree Road, Van /NIaN ,Vine..aOMN ,
it Wellman home, built In ice Gardens, has been deco ..11111.. Ye Nrrbnb act N1r.T MMwA aubn.e.wllr "
li one of the older homes rated by Mrs. Roach, who tho wr nN. Nnlubr 7 : "
.. .
was an interior decorator wnNL Xr6 ' ;
\\t area The house is canted I. .11.1..1 wn. M._..
from Indianapolis .._ .. .... I'
of swamp cypresse M1.a Muth.n
... .
\ and out. The walk and The living room will ben ... ._I .... La.n...wbaa ....,....
gold and white with turquoise I I'I
a OanNN.b 'Wrn1..M
made of red brick
t patio ..... ...
accent The Christmas No wNlllaw
Into a large living room -to to ._...,... '' 1I
Hand dining table will be set in wlaw."i
ace a fireplace.mats and hand paint paint- pink and raspberry. During w:lino The new Norelco e.Top' Speedstiaver .; l
the afternoon
hours rolls will
hrlstmas plates will be 20. The Rewetr largest
be baked "on the spot," for '
shaver. Famous
lable'hrlstmas visitors s19.95 selling J.
Manna" will be 099 blades Eeonom-
The Christmas VALUE ;
"Merry .
at the home of Mr
theme Home" of Mr, and Mrs Harry leal prle.. 'FlipTopff .fQQ I r
Mri Robert Gamble of Williams of 460 Forest cleaning. 110 volts only "DiJV l '

,t h Venice Boulevard, Way, Venice Gardens, will be AC/DC). Compute I 1 .
Venice. Here the vlsl-
i find "Manna"* Inv decorated from the front doorto with travel Hum. j

will types of holiday breads hand-made the kitchen novelties with exquisite- Jewel I $19.95! VALUIELECTRIC
the famous '
rtlcularly 'tl ed satin tree ornaments, wall :
nch Lace," made by lac. hangings of angels in pastel (
dough filled with a fruit felt with gold braid and gold '
ore and tree >. shaped CHRISTMAS BLANKET I
tassels, cloths of nylon and 1'
i of orange marmalade felt embroidered In gold sequins 1

d.e. decorations of thee TREESA DOUBLE BED SIZE- :

will portray a "Blue
Cadet Henderson hl r wranatte abctrle .
i Unas' in keeping with {,
eY iperUlaa wlocrloe fflaawpraaf
; blanket wM 1yaorMtlnlly ' '
blue and shades of blue { '
r. It features a trophyet 1 Nr' Receives HonorsIn trow.aim Make InnCkrUhMt It ge.n.ta.tonipamarat Ceet..l a.M f

with a collection of e sefe ead flamaraa. tOr .ea ha/MeMr.. ini 3r" t
|en Grondahl Copenhagen l ,C A1 /.i Ckrlmwi In. yaw .0_ Chang**. Dial rka warMS i' t
olaln. Blue and white Scholarship Hardy, tulip .bisected at which yea leap , t
Isewood placed on a handle chic ranpam od seer hoit Nice lira . sv'4 it, r
South Sea Island Im- Cadet Warren Charles Hen plate. web haL reed dial ta tka deli + tI 'e b

td table cloth will add Its derson, son of State Sen. and 2 FEn Waikabla, eiathafaaf. i1

nee to a home ready for -- Mrs. Warren Henderson of HIGH. . . . r
ay entertaining; Party A GINGERBREAD MAN and girl will greet Grace: Metho- Golden Beach Blvd, has been .
ins will be available as dist Church: WSCS Residence: Tour guests at the "Ginger. placed on the dean's list for 4 FEET 2"
academic attainments during HIGH. . . I
a. "manna" bread House" Friday and Saturday Mrs. .E. G. (Dan) his first six weeks at Miami 999 11.95 Ltghrwalfht, ioaoIUf.mla. .
'hristmas Delights," thee Boone, left, and Mrs G. Spence: Keeter Jr. of Lois Circleare : Military Academy in Miami i FEET 5" Value ( Sa.I.t r.I ..
of Mr. and Mrs. Freda 100 lad... .
i % aylae I .
HIGH . ,. .
shown putting up the figures at the 'GingerbreadHoute Cadet Henderson is a rev
i of 444 Shamrock Blvd,
ce Gardens will be deco- home of Mrs. Elinor Wellman of Sunrise Drive, enth grade student He pre. I
] In pastel colors to blend Nokomis. Her's it one of the eight homes. featured on the vlously was enrolled at the
the decor of the house. Dec. 4-5 tour. Out-Of-Door School on Siesta !
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It[He Theatre Spotlights Outboard Christmas' Party Club For Plans r'VLa I SM9SIZI CONTAC CAPSULES 79' STAINLESS STEELTABLEWARE r ,


txt Play's Performers Dec. 14 At ClubhouseA BOX OF 48 1
Christmas party for SIZE REGULAR.
Editor's Note: The COIJER \. Ity, and the Universities of members of Venice-Nokomis ; t"e' WALLACE BROTHERS o'
In conjunction Grenoble and Paris in France Outboard
Boating Club will ,
b the Little Theatre, Two sons, Geoffrey and An. be held after the group s ., ,...WI"Flue. i.
olllhts" the actors In drew, and his wife, Gloria, monthly meeting Dec regular 14 I$1.29 BUFFERIN TABLETS o.79,. enl"I rn ..nlllnr. ..

Theatre's production of comprise his family. i at 8 p,m. at the Gator Run I SIZE f" :, :I=rom. I= : .,. _,_ ,
Roomful! of Roses" The pert of Jay depicts a Clubhouse. .... Yrl: ,
== ::;::
rh will for four. who, number of .I 1 1q
open a years Members who live in Nokomis
da I INrkn an. nulb N.n
ormance( run on Dec earlier, broken up a marriage and have had an address 100 MG aWnrnXXla..IfNLE ...
and eloped with the change are requested to noti. $1.19 VITAMIN C 28 lLra..a t1n . .nww e/r !
By EMILY THOMAS wife, but has been a stable fy the rear commordore of VAL BOTT OF too W.IIn I"I It 1
e Little Theatre spotlighton and dedicated husband and their correct address. r: I
three actors in the father since that time His
ming play "A Roomful business as a foreign correspondent Is
Rayweed at its worth In
ose." Lynne Wallace takes him away from the so-called dog days, when 69c POLl DENT DENTURE CLEANSER 42 99
portray the role of Nancyn home for long periods of the "dog star" Sirius rises SIZE I
Frank S. Thyne, her time, but he makes every ef with the sum I CADET IIENDERSON
and Jay, and John DI. fort to be as helpful as possible I
Pico, their son Larry. to Nancy during the difficulties -
s. Wallace, who came to with her daughter 79 BRYLCREEM HAIR DRESSING 48''
ce last year from the Re.IC John DiMarsico, who takes SIZE $6.95 VALUE ,
of Panama, is a native the part of Larry, is the son
assachuaetts Her theatrl- of Mr and Mrs. John Sca,. dL
experience comes from lion, who have been in Venice
school days, where shea nearly five years, having
leading role in "Mother come from New Jersey. A "
Freshman" A serious student at Venice High Restaurant SpecialsFRIDAY k
enl of voice, she took In. School, he is a member of the "I
(ion in Junior college and Coin Club there, and is handling .
ate lessons for nine years his first acting role in FAMOUS ;
e her arrival in Venice, this play. His part is that of ELECTRIC ICE CRUSHER __
has actively participated a child who has never seen Cultlra' bladM' of "alaleM Iced far IMM life. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED / ,'I
>e Gray Lady program at his half-sister, and is very CREOLE SHRIMP ...................... 82c Holds 2 tram of ,
>ce Elementary School, doubtful whether or not he SATURDAY said kirtt.i te .,.....-P..1699 11 & 21-Jewel Watches ,f
as a member of the Guild will like, or accept her '
t.t Mary's at St. Mark's The play is in rehearsal at PORK TENDERLOIN .................. 82c $ .ti,f +f HtllROS.WALTHAM ftKUIN /
copal Church. Her bust this time under the directionof t1
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eX.r A.
trrlr 14 e.r.tONa
t, Frederick and chil- John Krich of Sarasota SUNDAY C CoW.o..roM... .,_'INr.

Kimberly and young Tickets will go on sale the SWISS STEAK ............................ 99c u ELECTRIC CAN OPENER .InrX...rte... rI1X amry Orbfnl.kylK. , !4aX....... i01R i,I n0un.nwl ",
prick, complete the Wai- week of the play at BeaU'sDepartment WITH KNIFE SHARPENER Hurry .1 .tan. twMLNnibdl / I '
< .
| household Store in the Venice Cho" N sinus act I
i the part of Nancy Fal. Shopping Center ) OJMM Mtackiwari.Skarpaa a5 .

I she plays a deeply sym- ......fa 066
etlc woman faced with \ bees ad... VALUES TO 2288' >.'
[problem of gaining the cola $79.9 j'j'
f'idence and love of a child
> Previous marriage who
I come to live with her and

[new family after an ab- HI-DOME ELECTRIC
e i of many years eta US MTITS Mt'REYLON '
1 Jay Fallon, Thyne 1 Is cullatlng COMPACT lrH
training received BUFFET SKILLET
''IK{ play reading sessions '
1 The Players In Sarasota itspR yNAT.tDV. 79t

wident of Sarasota, he Is J *
the general contractingness 12 Inch Square 99 ,i;
there,, having come Famous Lady Vanity HOMEtPERMANENT :
Mi area from New York. E.lH Electric Buffet Skillet 100% Immenlblewltk I j
educational background FOR..H LIDAYS M VALUC OHOCK FUU. Of KUIT' "
hee ya Bloc aeekiel 1 1.99
klsts of degrees from Un- I aielmlva Salarodlanwil. 5-LB. FRUIT CAKEtJ
College, Rutgers Unlverstoes Aafe.stla w i
Ltkama caarraL laaM> VALUI
Ilia cheer flibk. One CONCENTRATION GAME 2.88

Plan Party; /pck j 1\ raar eple..f suer. >.0* VALUC 1 '

tixn PASSWORD GAME 1.21 I ,

action At 99 see VALUI "

ec. 10 Meeting

[ectlon of 1965 officers will 4.0.CLUE VALUI GAME 2.88 ii f .

held at the last business I I\
tog of Dec, see VALUI
the year on _
'or Venlce-Kokomis Drove PAINT-BY-NUMBER SET 1.W PI PIM4T ::11
I Benevolent and Patriotic AT ANY 0' OUR 4 J

'er of Do...
be meeting will be at Bat ..wr1arwwan.
i. Elks Hall and the ..
'* District State President ELECTRIC KNIFE awl x. 1.1 TwXM eW, cab.M.n, '

A. p. Bauersox of Long ,
will be the -honored"t. Mn Nee.1..wN Yw a.._rM.b_ y'm ,

, CarvlH tee .. f.a *lrk tke .urut.e, !
L Christmas party will fol. haw Lady Vaarty. ........ aarrlaikilfa. 4 :
the meeting. Members Twh aralaloN. ..... Medal "
1 asked to bring a Christ- web weaaM ....., 1100 r'f
wrapped $I gift for ..x.llie. makai samrDarwkaklel'- COMMIT TO 977 1' 1
|'"Messes will be Mel II=.stir a =seesoilm fOITE q .11M'i": mou u rang rl a a0 s wilr e -t to e.M cog SZO.OO ,

are Harvey Siegal, T. J
k W. A. Hammon, John
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I'I'r I ''J By Thomas have arranged a the new year will be held No. 1 on Tuesday afternoon Prtabytartal at the Kentucky: Dec. 8, at the First Presbyterian ment. Refreshments wUl be All the district( bel
j MARGUERITE PETERSON Christmas Musical program Mrs. Evelyn Sharp will glv e and Circle No 2 met in the Avanu Presbyterian Church. Church. Mr. Hunt is a srvd. Mrs Spencer Riley is '
; \ I ''i' ..0- the devotional. morning of the same day with The ladies will be guests at veteran missionary, having chairman. "ftvSS&Sjt'
;,! I The Republican Club 01 The North Port Women The Children's Bible Clut I Mrs. Ruth McWilllama on a Christmas party and lunch- served for several terms, and -o-
ff North Port Charlotte will hold Club will be entertained next which meets at the church Talbot Street. eon at the Church. la under World Presbyterian Tr1n1tKethodlat Church wa-KrS,
its December meeting next Thursday with a Christmas each Tuesday afternoon will Mrs. John Dempsey 1 be The Work Circle will not Missions of the Evangelical will present the Chrlatmoa rePl'tae
Wednesday evening at 7.30: at musical under the directionof have a Bible film strip next hostess to Circle o.w I on meet thla month. Instead the Presbyterian Synod. program on Monday, Dec 1 SrSenior i Lo t
th* Community Center Mrs. Helen Johnson ac Tuesday Dec. 8. Iva Thomaswon Tuesday Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. at general meeting ol the Worn- The church will hold the at 7:30: pm. at the church. ; nsIks\
I \ MM, Dorothy Schuelerpr companlst at the piano. the "Memory Verse her home, 236 Dorothy Ave.; an'a Awn wlU elect officer Christina program and party There will be a fellowship cof. tdnt 01 the auaiUII711
t "sld nt, announced there The regular meeting startsat Turkey" last week. and Circle 4 will meet on on Tuesday, Deo. 13, at 1.30p : on Sunday evening. Dec. 6, at fee and everyone is invited to Distriictj i ct
1 d I ',' v ;iM) be tpcclnl guest speaker 1:30 p.m. at the Community - Wednesday Dec. II, at 2 p.m. .m. at the Church. 7:30 at the Community Center attend. yke
i from 9, ,n'ota, Center, An interesting program Two of the Church Circles at ,the home of Mra. Roy -0- The children will participate -o- mander and Mra 'tlllk
I has been planned and of the First Presbyterian Claunch 331 pontiac Lane. The Rev John Hunt, Missionary I Read World War I Veterans Bar. maa; Albert 0011, ,
..I I, - there will be several door Church met earlier this week. On Monday Dec. 14, a del I to Korea will be I ing. Members of the Kitchen rack 2743. will meet at Ip.m. ricer; Mrs. God Ieni,
t 1 The Kansas-Missouri Club prizes. lira George Doan of 109 Mer- egation will travel to Lake guest speaker at tie 11 a.m J Band e special this afternoon at the the auxiliary rtlJdl
I will hold a Buffet Luncheon at I Mrs Paul Palmeter is club rll St. was hostess to Circle I and to attend the Regional Worship Service on Sunday, I seasonal muse and entertain-. Community Center. Mr.. Harold iteddln IIr'.
Rvders Congress Inn in Charlotte president.
Harbor Saturday at
I ii 12-30 p.m. Members and--guests of the Alternate 'Route North-

I :. ', !, The Rev and Mrs H Greater Pittsburgh Club will j North Port Charlotte Personals I
Y i /j. meet at 6:30,p.m. today for /
I eo ._ -. a covered dish dinner pre Moves Nearer
i : ceeding their election of new Allyn Roth Is home for a Base, Beloxl, Mis. -0- and baby son, John Jay were Reality
: ;: YOUH officers at the 7:30: business vacation this week and Lynn - Mr. and Mra. Robert Orr here for one weak visiting
11 0' I 1 Doan spent Thanksgiving herewith Mr. Wlnfleld Burham Jr., Jr. left last week for Biloxl.Mua with his parents, Mr. and forward
Another the
1t : meetln"0- her parents, Mr. and from Haddonfield N. J., ., where they are vacationing Mrs. Spencer Riley on Du- atop alternate ia ease ti.'
CAR realization of alternate
II Th Ladles Missionary Circle Mrs. George Doan on Merri spent Thanksgiving week with with their children rango Avenue Warm Miner aa should be blocked. h ,
1 > will meet on Thursday Street. Lynn ia a student a't his parents Mr. and Mrs over the Thanksgiving holi- at Springs. After the Thanksgiving road north out of Venice has begin at East Venice At,
i 111- Dec. 10, at 1:00 p.m. at the Florida State University. Winfield Burnham in Play- day. holiday; they left Friday bean reached with more extend north on ths i'
I cm Pld8lps4i home of Mrs. Charles Henry Allyn is visiting his parents, more. He left by train Satur -i 0- to return horn to Cuba,, right-of-way; virtually aaaur- By-Pass to the I i
J I i 237 Jordan St.. for their Mr. and Mrs Albert Roth on day for home. Mr. and Mrs John' Riley N. Y. ed. Road and then wS ,
Sarasota County has been Laurel Road.
4i Kemcnuer, in almost every Christmas Luncheon and DUllness Bayano Street.
atate in the union it is against meeting .0- promised 100-foot dedicated The project
I the law to drive your car with The election of officers for Venice School News right of way from the Shak- the works for abouj
the Happy birthday to Sue Hale High ett Creek Development Corp. year Also involved
parking lights on. At dusk II
and Viola Peterson who both
I is the hardest time to see a = and heirs of the Hurt estate, problem of a creek ere
celebrate on Dec. 2nd and The property involved la a in the Albee
car turn
a I, so so all can on see your youl headlights I DAILY 5.20 P.M., 1530 -Irs. Vern Dodson who hat a By SUSAN MURPHY and KRIS LEET I kalf-mil sector on the Alba The county has said lee u
i- Radio birthday today.Congratulations. farms Road, just south of either build
: When meeting another on your a culvert
vehicle turned the VHS office last and discus
"To Mr. John E. Davis for to was county shot-put
w on a road stay in the STATION WENG .0- unselfish and dedicated service week and the Seniors wereable champion during the 196364 the Laurel bridge now being bridge It adjacent JrOj
I right section of your lane If Listen to our receive them in completed over the Cow Pen owners are willing tops
I are In order to the youth of the city to conference track season. Big and muscular )
I the other driver crosses into Town T.HlerslFLOYD for David Gellner who of Venice," so reads the Inscription with Mr. Grama and our athlete of the month Slough channel. difference.
; jour lane warn him with MATTER and was> selected top honor student on a bronze plaqueto Mr. Catshall. The tests, given weighs in at 200 and 1* 8 feet County Engineer Charles Oilorgaa .
I I ;! your horn or el lights.; Never try TED EWING in the aircraft electronic be attached to the base o t several weeks ago are required 2ft inches tall. Bruce always has been authorizedto
. to pull to left! navigation equipment repairman the new flagpole located a*t from all Benton before bas a ready smile and a shy proceed with plant and Small fry like cream el,,
1 : Two of the "Big Three" auto discuss bowling scores course he recently competed the south end of the footbal graduation. The results varied word for everyone. specification for paving the that has been beaten
I makers have revived engineering and event with the highest grade field. The flagpole was givento from 1 to 488 correct answers -0- route and the county attorney drop or two of red fool,r
,I i and development In his class His parents, Mr. Venice High by the Nation out of a possible 485. To be Biology II student will be baa been instructed to log They can use tht'
,. on front-wheel drive car CYRO'SVENETIAN and Mrs.,Michael Gellner on al Honor Society and la dedi- accepted into a state supported pending this weekend pourIng prepare contracts. cheese" as a spread for b
,I :;I It's BOWL Talbot Street were proud also cated to Mr. Davis, the principal school a student must receive over the reference books The route will provide) an or crackers.
always a pleasure to to receive word that Dave has of Venice High. a score of 300 or higher. finishing up the term
1 bus I t. {t watch good: doctor an expert at work a 2224 S. Trail, Venice been promoted to Airman The idea of the flagpole was This year the majority of that are due after the papers holl- 14 -Th* GONDOLIER. V.n/ea.FI'/ Tliun.. Dee 3. i
a race car
Second Class. Dave is eta the Senior claw didn't receive
I I originally an American Le- days Their next project will
: I .or Stop an expert by and car watch mechanic. tioned at Keesler Airforce glon[ ,project._Jim! Van. _Keuren, above the required score. It be the desection of a pig embryo
1! our expert, factory-trained ee president of the Nets took must be stressed that a score a sport that all the students
over the legion project and of below 300 doesn't mean are looking forwardto
technicians. You can FORD dependon auto YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn Introduced the idea at an that a student la not college (m.) Hayes Grov
service when it 3. NHS meeting about a month material. Each score must be -0- (
BILL comesfrom ago. He proposed that additIonal considered In relation to the A recent school twautifica-
:,' here In Venice. When you FORD see Auto Insurance funds be obtained byponsoring aptitude of the person taking tton project has been the sod Nokomis, Fit.t .

I a need for service see usA I. LOW RATES a Keyetta vs Key the test. ding and seeding of the lawn '
(0' : I scientific gadget that 2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS Club Brain Brawl. This wasdone -0- areas around the school cam t Growers
tells when your oil is unfit for 3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY : / and the money was rais- The newly organized VHS pus. For the past few weeks .
use, will be on sale next near ed.The Astronomy Club at its first' the workmen have been bulldozing & Shippers
I, It ia attached to your engine American Legion donated meeting Nov. 13, decided the and planting and watering \
{ and continually monitors the the flag and presided purpose of the club would be their efforts are beginning of Quality Citrus Fruit
'I, ', oil. A simple readout is & over the dedication ceremon- to train Its members In the to pay off though as the
!. mounted on the dash. lee on the evening of Nov. use of the observatory tele grass( has already come up
1 If your car won't start! 8. 1964 The flagpole base was scope. The club will meet and the grounds are looking
Check to ee sure you have Installed free of charge by every Monday at 7 p.m., at better every day. It is surprising NOW IN SEASON
J fuel. Then check the automatic 116 W. Venice Avenue it. William Stahl, of West I the observatory for the next how a pretty lawn can
shift lever to be sure Telephone): 488-2289 Coast Redi-Mix I Inc. to whom two or three Mondays until all improve the looks of the cam TANGELOS JUICE ORANGES
it is exactly in the correct the NHS would like to express the members can operate the pus.
1 spot Next turn off lights, its gratitude. telescope -eTo NAVEL ORANGES FRESH ORANGE JUIC
radio, heater and try again --o- 1 -o- correct an error in a
i -- Senior test scores were re. Looks like everyone at VHS previous copy the theme at PINK AND WHITE GRAPEFRUIT

Ia taking testa. Just a short the Homecoming was not SEND A PACK TO YOUR FRUZIN'/
I Underwater Safety but Underwater FRIENDS/
while ago the Juniors took
4 I. their PSAT testa and now I Fantasy.

they are getting the results of TANGELOS AND GRAPEFRUIT
; -VENICE-N KOMISI the STEP testa they took
when they were Sophomores
1 1 Over all if the results of these 1/2 BUSHEL delivered price . .. .. $T6J!
esta are accepted wa can expect -
I the present Junior Class (only SOc more to far western tastes' )
to do well academically la

I ability.
U -0- Grove end Packing House Located on Alba Farm Rot
l Presents the Selected aa player of the (North End of Venice! By-Wsy)
month, a new award for the s I
I VHS athletic teams, la Bruce CLOSED SUNDAYS
C MacDonald. Known for his
I ports ability In the fields of
II I / a M, football and track, Bruce 11 i
well liked by all of his team.
I mates. He has played football

't I for Venice Area schools since UP TO 250 GALLONS FUEL OIL - (year's supply)
t his entry into Venice Junior
1 High in the eighth grade He OR ONE OF6

I i I '! t,1', .I'!' 5th Annual State's Economy F R E E.| 50 gNHELSEfI

: l : ARTSHOW Continues RiseFlorida's PRIZES, IN

I f ;; economy strength-
,1'1 ned as 1964 progressed ands
\ ; .! : winding up the year on a
I J JI' I firm note which portends
; good business well Into 1963,
f II : the Florida State Chamber of
Commerce reported today.
(I .r
I ,i j "Most measures of Fieri-

I ; d1'I da'through economy October,Indicate available that "Guess The Weather Contest"1st

'/ : the good far out-weighs the
bad> the chamber said In its
Weekly Business Review. 1st PRIZE ENDS FEB. IS
i 'tJf i E i "Measured by bank debits
;I business: has averaged nine i YEAR'S SUPPLY All you have to do is guess the day, minute

: : i io i per cent above 1963, with re- OF MARATHON and hour that you think the temperature
i cent months
a* high as 14per
11'1 cent over last year. Sales FUEL OIL will hit 34' degrees on the official) Venice
o j tax collections comparable
t' Weather Station thermometer.
i I ,: only since July because of an
; I extension of the law at that 60 ,.I.lons of wine
The nearest to the exact time
''I time, stand 12 cent fuel oil each. guess
1 f per over
J' ; :, AT DAY .S 1963. Gasoline sales are up If you era. a customer the winter's supply of residence fuel I and

: I \ I } '. { six Personal per cent.Income of Florid of ours when contest 6 nearest guesses receive 50 gallons each.

II i :Ifo, i io Tans is running at an annual win:q"yea qclean Prizes may be transferred.'
rate of nine per cent more
l" A DAY
AT THE than in 1963."Employment. extra 50 ,el. bonus. WRITE YOUR GUESS IN THE BLANK NOW/ !
ii1!'t 1.i iI In non-farm
establishments tea good thernometer LISTEN TO WAMR AND MAIL TO HELSER'S FUEL SERVICEMorning
: of economic health

Venice The level of employment / noon and POBOX 745 NOKOMIS/ FLORIDA
Shopping r Center lands 4.8 per cent over last night/ newt, tint**. .
year the best gain in five - -. - -

I ears."Still worrisome and taus.log TV STAMPS r O TESTEmR CARD

v some concern are some I My guest on what the temperature tint INfa )4'I
a phase of the construction industry I In Venice !I.:
and the level of new

business incorporations." I month 11m' hoer nia..
hj i ll clock on the wall of the Li1! J ADDRESS ,
General Store on Main Street
r must have got quit a shock.A :. 'CITY t ZONE --' --
customer noticed that it '
'4'' 'N I 7 was running backward. Yea, FOR IMMEDIATE 'Typ of equipment we now have.
;r 1 d '1 + i I said Mrs. Sara Houpe the FUEL SERVICE of tank
t cashier it bad been doing |Appro*, age Capacity. jTI

), t r ... that ever sine an electrical .IMI.n:81.p: : I PH. 488-4146 488"9a' .
storm a few days earlier. _



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Mrs. Lewis Eaton Chosen First

r''r-,{ j;' 'j Lady Elder By Presbyterians

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1 I Reflecting a radical departure her in 1957 from Portsmouth and his wife own and operate Rose is principal of Venice ;,
from the policy of the Ohio, with her hus- the Venice Apartments on, Junior High School. Heagy retired t t
I I Presbyterian Church, U. S., band, who died in April of North Harbor Drive. from Jones and Laughlin -
I is the election of Mrs. Lewis 1963. The late Mr. Eaton wasa McNamara Is the clerk In Steel Corp. In Pittsburgh,
,J' I A. Eaton, of Venice, as an deacon in the church here. charge of the South Venice Pa., and came to Venice in
elder in the Venice-Nokomia He had retired after 35 yearsas branch of the South Venice 1961. He is now a real estate
Presbyterian Church. an executive with the S. Post Office. The facility, salesman. Feller is a retired
The decision to allow women H. Kresge Store. which opened Sept. 1 of this! Insurance executive from ''f b
to hold office in the The new elder has been ac-: year, is located in Walker's Pittsburgh, moving to Venicein
J 0 I church was finalized at the tive in church affairs since Hardware in South Venice 1960.
I last meeting of the General coming here and is interestedin He came here in March, 1962!
Assembly of the church held local social and civic endeavors from Bloomington, Ind., after
in April in Montreat, N. C. havng been a working retiring from a 49 year career Coin ClubbersSet Ii LL .. .
The Rev. David A. Bowles, member of the Venice. as a railroad conductor -
I pastor of the Venice-Nokomia Nokomis Woman's Club and with the Monon line, running _
j 0 church attended the assembly the Venice Garden Club. She between Chicago, Ill? and ElectionThe
serving in the capacity of is now serving her second Louisville, Ky. He reside at
a commissioner. term as a member of the 49 South Venice Blvd. Venice Area Coin and
I Commenting on the change, board of directors of Gulf Cadwallader, U serving his Currency Club will elect officers .
Memorial Park. Mrs for 1965 at its Decem- WM 1M - L. M
: Mr. Bowles said, "This action Pines second term as an elder, 11/1/ > : r. :" -
of General Eaton was not available for ber meeting next Wednesday
:1 the moved here nine years ago INFLATABLE LIFE RAFTS manufactured the Winilow life rafts vests and survival Ills
at ,
i greatly increases the oppor comment on her new position A proposed slate will be new product! Employes Bestr'a
from Ga., where he
service for women as she was out of town for retired u plant supervisor presented by a committee Marine Products Company plan near Osprey art shipped Russell and Esther Stokes display one of the rafts which Ire I
:I and theotc Is now able the Thanksgiving holidays. for General a Electric. He made up of Ronald Reed, to points throughout the United States, Canada and South manufactured In six sizes
to fully utilize their talents Retired Engineer lives at 416 Golden Beach Wallace Hill and Louis Dul- America. The firm, founded by John C. Window of Venice,
{ and resources on the boardsOther Kinzer, who lives at 603 Blvd. ineer. Other nominations
I so, the church" Alhambra Road is a retired may be made from the floor.
i Elders Named civil who was with There are 15 elders in the An auction will follow the
i Venice church and each year business session, to be heldIn Winslow/ Move Two New
: I Also elected to three year the: Tennessee Valley Authority Brings
I five new ones are elected. the
\ terms as elders with Mrs in Knoxvllle, Tenn. He community room of the
Eaton were Hugh R. Klnzer I retired in August of 1962 and New deacons elected by the Fenice Branch of Sarasota I
t I George A. Carver, Jr Robert moved here in April of 1963. congregation to the Class of Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
I W. McNamara and?W. C. Carver Is a retired assistant 1967 are Earl D. Edge, Hugh
., Cadwallader. They will car distributor with the McPhersen William P. Firms To South County Area
[ W. Rose and O. Florida
1 I installed after the first of Union Railroad, a subsidiary Heagy Guy ranked 12th among
o t I b'l of United States Steel. He Warren Fuller. 12 southeastern states in 1960
: i year.Mrs.. Eaton, who resides came here in October of 1959 Edge is a real estate broker In percentage of the state's
I I 102 North Park Ave., came from Pittsburgh, Pa., and he and insurance agent In total personal Income expended The South County has become pied by the Eclipse Plastic men and other personnel are and steel construction Is completely
Venice and McPhersen is ali for public higher education heir to two new industries Pipe Company on U. S. 41. employed in the two manufacturing fireproof. All nt\ I
II i : (I. ; I I 16-Th. GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Thurs., Dec. 3, 19641 so Venice Insurance agent institutions. with the moving of the Included in the factory site operations. wiring and plumbing hav
Is five acres of land which Winslow Marine manufactures been installed.J. .
Winslow Company from Sarasota will be developed Into a rifle
a line of rubber rafts
to a site just south of range for testing the firearms in several sizes from two-
Osprey. according to Winslow. man to a craft capable of supporting .
t'' : J More the The Winslow Company Both companies and the 25 persons The firm
;t on way manufactures Inflatable rubber firm's general offices are now also markets a marine survival -
!: rafts and a line of prestige under one roof. Before moving kit as an adjunct to the
f' \'II firearms under two sep to the new site, the Winslow life rafts
h rate entitles, Winslow Marine Arms Company and Winslow Arms custom
Products Company and Winslow Marine Companywere
everyday I Winslow Arms Company. located at the Sarasota- builds sporting rifles ranging
in caliber from varmint to
H The firm, headed by John Bradenton Airport and the
elephant Each
; C. Winslow of Venice, has general offices in downtown boasts a lifetime guns. guarantee
taken over the 14,000squareoot Venice.
J factory formerly occu Between 20 and 25 crafts- and is tested to five one mInute
of angle accuracy. Prestige
Thanks for waiting weapons, the rifles rangein
price from about $300 to

Is- .; i! I Bridge Scores I to more the and than amount engraving$2,500 of,hand on according them.carving -

$ Your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrolet is about over- Bridge Studio Nov. IS Tomlinson, 63. Winslow embarked on the
0 rubber raft W. MOORE
business in
; and we want to thank for patience. Come North-South -Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson and Before that he 1957.
0 you your see us now. was engaged:
-Mrs. R. O'Connor and Mrs Mrs L. J. Vnertle, 59. PLUMBING CO.
/' 0 : : When you get behind the wheel, you'll be glad you waited J. J. Nealon 80. 3-Mrs. W. Gelsser and Mrs. In firearms building business construction.has been The Harbor Lights On The Trail

i it 2-Gen. L. H. Miller and W. K. W. Erickson, 114%. In operation about one year. RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS
I ir
'i.P B. Prior, 78.3Mrs. 4-Mrs. H. S. Pratt and J. K. The building of masonry PHONE 488-4450
e J .L. Cornwell and Hill
Venice Contract
M. Schoenfield, 78. Bridge Club
NOT. 27
East-West North-South
-2-Mrs. C. E. Bryant and 1-Mrs. R. V. Handley and ELECTRICA11CONSTRUCTION I
t Mrs. H. Lawrence, 69. R. V. Handley, 1l2.
-2-Mrs. J. H. Ridlon and A. 2-Mrs. T. A. Parrott and Dr.
I ., Y a 9t W. Paige, 69.3Mra. R. F. Wilcox IDS.
ti t J. H. Morris and 3-Mrs. R. N. Gould and R. MAINTENANCE
0 Mrs. J. G. Kalec, 63. N. Gould, 911%.
Bridge Studio, Nov 231Mrs. East West LIGHTING SUPPLIES
I'' 1-Mrs. R. Muir and R. Muir,
i J. J. Nealon and Mrs.J. 10754.
H. Morris, 48 V4. 2-Mrs. J. H. Morris. M. ANDERSON ELECTRIC Inc. I
II I 2-Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson and Schoenfeld, 92tt. ,
W. H. Tomlinson, 42ft.Mrs. 3Mrs. H. Lawrence, CoL I. I Bate I Cockrill Streets Phone 4894794
I Impala Sport Corps )- R. Serene and Col. Nelson, 91%. {
V. B. Dixon, 41%.
I, f/f* This one's the year's handsomest riding, too. Everything about It smacks 4 Mrs. F, N. Mulhern and
!' !! OS> Chevrolet surprise. It's longer, wider, lower of expensiveness except one thing-its Mrs. C. B. Graft 40tt. r

i Swankier, more spacious, smoother Chevrolet price. Bridge Studio, No". 24 1
I i -Gen. L. H. Miller and W. '
B. Prior, 95U. .I
I 2-Mrs. W. F. Holden and H.
I Stewart, 92ft.S .
I -Mrs. R. N. Gould and R. '
N. Gould, 78. make
Ii East-West

-Mrs. J. G. Kalec and Cot itiV
j = _ _
i -E- V. B. Dixon, 109.
-Mrs. J. H. Morrie and
Mrs. J. J. Nealon, 99. t holiday t
S-Mrs. L. J. Unertle and
A/olio Sport Coup* Mrs. R. Serene, 84.
Bridge Studio, Nor. 271Mr

i' A brand-new idea last year, its even It's still an easy t .hand1e size. After all, H. Reimer and W. H. eil"'

65 wfIGVG//G newer now. Fresh styling V8 s available that's one of the things that make a GIVE BETTERELECTRICALLY
Q with up to 350 hp. A softer ride But Chevelle a Cbevene.j 1
j Attention Vets: +I IepmCtkal
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: I Answer Those a f fpmfsrr.d

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VA QuestionsThe

Veterans Admlnlstra-
I + tlon'. annual Income questlon-
aires were mailed to 70,000 I
tioKt Sport Conpt VA pensioners in Florida at
o the end of November, Rufus
I _ Looks less than ever like a thrifty car able with up to 300 hpl Here's the H. Wilson, VA Regional Manager f er t tI
.(II j '65 Chevy IL but keeps on saving like one. Clean new liveliest, handsomest thing that's ever announced today.
styling, fresh new mteriors, V8's availhappened to thrift. These questionnaires were -I .
In the same envelope as the
November pension check and ; : \\c'
I should be completed and ;
mailed to the VA Regional _
Office as soon as possible.In .
) a separate envelope,
1 1I Wilson continued, and arriv-
: log at the time
I same some
1 f fp 33,000 of these pensioners receiving -

benefits under the 4i 1Ir .."
"old law" also received an 'if'1f' :f- '
election card for use if they
Corn desire benefits. under the The "NEW LOOK" in gifts is modem, Ion-Wtln; electric:
Sport Coup "new law." appliances.So whether it's something new for the home,or patio,

a new kind of Conrair. It's longer stopping and more power available-up remember Veterans and widows should or personal seas .. .you'll be giving comfort and convenience

65 CorVatrIt's wider. It's racier, roomier, flatter to 140 hp in Monzas and 600'i, up to VA will not, Wilson place their said,election that:- gratefully remembered every time it's used.
riding. With quicker steering, surer 180 hp in the new Corsas.
into effect unless it appears see THESE AND MANY MORE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE:

y Afore to sec more to tnJ in the cars more people buy be to the pensioner's a((54nk.u led. -and : CoIf CockI! Makes .a KNMei Sha. ........ a a Shoe"

Wilson pointed out that If a ) Com 1'011II a (seeable) SIIII_

Order a new Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy U, Corvair or Corvette now at your dealer's card change should la desired be ,returned the election to : 5rollen Slender : Callnp Deep Fe hone,yera : Lawn Power Mows Taos,- :Tooth Toeeten ruthee,
e Can open's a Flea ,
O9ISQ'- Poaehee a RldlotTv/HI-f1 a Vacuum c.-
the St. Petersburg VA Re-
Lawless\ knives a Frt Pane a amledea,
a WIllie IIkM
1 lonal Office, preferably In e c.-oIoe a Held Drys. a Sandwich Grille a Winning is yI11I
the same envelope with the (/IIIIINt e7wiololghtALL.ELECTRlC

The Eiffel Tower was tInanced ute () : )f Jlg.mfJI}. .-'
by subscription cost
...A", .
', U.S. 41 AND VENICEENGLEWOOD about $1.860,000, paid for itself SIPr.IIVlg5r00" ,
e In less than two
ROAD PHONE 488-3067 and has never been In yean the FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

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