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 7, 1964
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079934
Volume ID: VID00257
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 1497811
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Venice Ends Season With Fine 8-3 Record

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I fake City In 28-0 Romp Over Indians "





The Columbia County High fended that he made no re- : ,

riCers of Lake City combined ceptions.
The loss ended the season JI
:be running of fleet right half for the Indians and the high

back Ronnie Mangle with a school career of 20 seniors, l'
rock-ribbed defense to knock who played a major part in ,
Venice out of the running for the highly.successful season : I "
Although it climaxed on a
the state Class A football losing note, the Indians posted t'I
championship here Friday an 8-3 year and heaped I.
r M VXKJ night, 28-0, before nearly 4,000 laurels on the school and the ',I '
fans community by winning the ,
For the 500 give or takea right to represent Region 2
few who accompaniedthe in the Class A playoffs. I
fen/lt winners, it was a reward- i
bog trip from the northern ti
part of the state as Mangleran
around and through the
i TaxTake
Indian defense to score three City
touchdowns and lead the
Saving Florida's Cold Osprey, Laurel, Nokomis, V.nfce South Venice, Venice Garden, Venice East, Englewood, North Port Charlotte Tigers on to the state finals
The first came on a one-

20. NO. 96 -I PAGES VENICE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1964 PRICE 10 CENTS I,yard plunge, the second on a.
'27-yard pass from quarterback UpSharply
Joe Jordan and the thirdon !

'Day Of Infamy' 23 Years -" a once 40-yard himself run on Jordan a ..lxyardkeeper scored I t!

',... ." play around his own
nand right end Billie Joe Nelson ;
kicked two extra points, Jordan !
Ago Recalled By NorwoodToday . i iI
;;,;, passed to end Bruce Pen-
', for and Mangle .
nington one
-
i\?\ ,'" ran the final one Tax collections in the City I ,
If the on the 23rd anniversary GONDOLIER; ., Mangle carried the ball 12 ,
of Pearl Harbor, ; "It was about 7am. and ,. './ times for 126 yards and of Venice during the month of
America's "Day of Infamy"remains I we were sitting in our bunks caught three passes for an November jumped almost .: \ ,
vividly In the I aboard the light cruiser U S, ii'r additional 81 yards to register $20,000 over last year's figures. .
thoughts of all who are old Honolulu, reading the Sunday 207 of his team's 291-yard total '
rail i I enough to remember that papers when we heard gen.erals Net collections for the
Black Sunday which plunged quarters go," said Nor .
Although the Indians played month were $166.715.65 compared r
us into World War II. wood. "At first we figured the Tigers on even terms with $147.688,46 in 1963. I
And, although most of us some silly goon on the quart-"- during the second half, they The increase amounted to 1 .
pEAfHIE EDGE can no longer remember just erdeck just got finger-happy.
1 offered no serious scoring $19,027,19According. Ii
what we were doing when The former Navy man said threat until late In the. third .
of Venice, -- Clerk i
Green to City .
L the of the attack he and several others rushedto
news Japanese quarter when they drove 59
I
of the saddest men H rry--W: Hager, the gross i
e in timeto
flashed 'round the world, the portholes just yards down to the Lake City
For
about noW collected $17365514 ,-
amount was
right the memory is most vivid in see a plane diving for the five before losing the ball on
Gene has been buzzing the mind of one South Coun- ship, raking it with machinegun downs. and the four per cent
and there in his "Trl- fire. At about the same '\ discount earned by people i
tlan who was there Venice started the march at
those days are in November amount.ed *
but Kenneth Norwood, area time word was flashed over their own 36 and after Joelson paying \
forever. The little sportss roofing contractor recalledthe the ship's Intercom that the hit fullback Sam Morgan and to $6,939.49. t
about to be consigned events of that day for TheCircusOpens (Continued on page t) r right end Charlie Hodges with The total assessment for
e scrap heap after a re- four-yard he alter. the general fund is $279,912.
ling rear-end collision, nated with passes Peden in carrying 15 Of the amount collected, i
u Gene so sadT His Trli the ball down to the five Witha $160,272,13 went to the genera J
i was the 34th one manu- Cone Tract Stirs fourth-and-one situation, an al fund with a balance left to
red and the first one In attempted pltchout lost 10 be paid the fund of $119.640,> !
nited States. Back in the yards and the Tigers took 02. The sinking fund assessment \
SO i, his wife Fifi told b' 1K 4 over. is $2256731 and the ,
they saw the car on ex- t So rugged was the Lake amount collected was $13.333,-
on in Paris and liked It Resident DiscordThe I City defense that Venice lost 01, leaving a balance to be
ash they ordered one. It the ball on downs on five oc collected of $9,184.30, Accord. .
flown from, London to casions. The usual potent Ven ing to Hager, 57,26% has been \
and when the Greens held to collected for the general fund
i
Concrete Company, ice ground game was
ned to this country, It Sarasota County Plan Aquatite of Cone Bra I 69 yards by the hardchargingTIger and 59,30% for the sinking
heard subsidiary
Commission a a
[ the trip by (hip. Fifl ning Co. line. Peden gained 47 of fund. .4
they heard a lot oflit flurry of protest Thursday Contracting Purchase of the tract by these on 12 carries Joelson A three per cent discount is 'r,

I iii it" and "who madeIt night of on a the tract proposed owned rezoning by a- the firm at the time Cone INDIANSHEP LAWRENCE fs blocked rout Friday"lc.#.The ball carrier gained fix yards gained 38, but lost 24 when allowed if taxes are paid in

was being unloadedhere. Tampa firm along the route Bros. held a contract for the of play here, but Jim Hatch,* ((32)) end on the play. Other Indians identifiable are thrown for losses on pass at- December, two per cent cent in in ,
Sports can are fourlanlng of a portion of V. Bob Somers (41)( ), Greg Jones (75)( ) and tempts to net only 15. January and one per
mon now but then they of the U .S 41 Bypass Bruce MacDonald-behind Don Christopher Joelson hit 10 of 20 passes February. The amount is due \
to rare Rezoning of the acreage S. 41 raised some speculation where the ((22)) come up to mate the atop on Tiger Tom McDonnell ((71)) Lake City won, 28-0, for 104 yards Hodges caughtsix In March and If not paid then Z.,
alung of automobiles, across present U. S. 41 from that the firm knew road was going left halfback Charlie Harrison In the opening to gain the fined for the Claw A stare title. for 90 yards, but left end draws one per cent per month
the other day I saw my Eagle Point to manufacturing permit commercial proposed. bypass moments of the Venice-Late City game here Nick Harper was so well de penalty until paid.

real live Rolls Royce.that's and AnnouncementThis ._ _._ .. -1
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the Before ------ ---- "---wi
is sought by
being
what comes of use
i was before It was definitely -
nj a sheltered life announced that there AWAITING WORD FROM CONGO
-0- would be a U. S. 41 Bypass I
djet planners on both the around Venice. Compounding ,
and level had bet- l I II
county the speculation was the fact
be looking forward to' that Warren M Cason of

et stmas up a 1965 photograph While trying fea.g Box OfficeThe Tampa of ,the whose owners wife is of a cousin Cone Rebels Stymie MissionariesCongobound

dressing up our beach- Bros, was a member of the
or the holidays, found box office for mail State Road Board when the

were no provisions orders and in-person at reservations the- tract was purchased. Mr. and Mrs. geltcal Free Church com is living in Sarasota In the ers her not a whit In her determination J
for seasonal decora- today
e opens Cason at the time denied The home of a friend and Eales is to leave for the
in Gemena, Congo.
and their two- pound
A member of the Ven- arena for the four be. Roger Eales
Ringhng connection
vigorously any manned by 10 substitute-teaching at Nokomis Congo at the earliest oppor
still settlement,
Council has assured Jan. year-old son, Jeffrey, are
ity circus performances the road
tween his Job on School They tunity.
the north- Elementary
Is in
thousands of white adults,
be'll keep it in mind for board and the purchase of the here with expect to leave In June The plan has been In their
of the country, just
910Martel west tip
about of Birmingham pounds of their supplies somewhere
city pavilion. How Brett to
Bros., from
land He said Cone the Ubangl River from again for their two-year assignment minds since graduation
across
county dads? Nokomis Ala. arrived over his knowledge, did not know outside Leopoldville Central African Republic if the missionarieshave Trinity College, where they
Bangui,
have not been
It and will be in provided they
looks like
a prospectsome weekend through
the the bypass was going rebels which was the home returned to the area. At met, three years ago.
yule lights and giltwge charge of the ticket salesHe when It was purchased confiscated by Congo Mrs Sutherland
the from agrees
I the property GONDOLIER reporter station of the recently martyred the moment all men
national In June, a
I
of the
Is one reportedly as a site Carlson.Dr. Gemena have been evacuatedto with them.
Paul
Dr
the 24-
-0- promoters of the circus I for a concrete block plant. interviewed Carlson's children would Bangui and the women and "If the Good Lord wants ..
Gerdts, of Venice The ticket window Is at I Aquatite is seeking corn year old missionary-teacher have been Eales' students. children have been sent there, he certainly will :
sup with a cutie He washing the north end of the arenaon merclal zoning on a strip 200 who was then leaving on a Intervened at the last home. take care of them. I believe I','I '
a Thanksgiving the side nearest the airport I feet deep along the entire speaking tour to Washington, moment Fate and the Eales' visas Mrs. Eales, daughter of the they will be safer, doing what I .
t television program with Hours will be 9:30: a. I 1,800 feet It owns on the D. C., New York, Michiganand held for two weeks,, Ward Sutherland of Noko- He wants for them, than they I'I'them
to fly out up
Illinois He were
n Martin, Eydie GormeAl m. to S:30 p,m. dally. The I southern half of the bypass was then postponed Indefinitely. mis, Is expecting a second would be here, evading their
Hirt performing Amer- number of the telephone, right- f.way and loss asked of Chicago with his family on' Currently the young couple child in January, which det..I .- duty," she said.
bound for the Even-
nolle- is I Aug. 9,
favorite and tomorrow
Installed
hat! the titles songs fell Into I 488-6868.to be I for a(Continued manufacturing on page category 2)) __ 4 I an!!"...""' __ ..I __ _...dlllft! 2"" _

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E'wood RealtorsRealtor t' w, rit 1,

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ENGLEWOOD-Jack Stan of the Year and Eve z

ford was Installed as president lyn A. Brobst, Associate of :'L +
of the Englewood Board the Year. t,6(
of Realtors at the annual banquet Other new officers are Leroy
7 r f Thursday night at Cy- Pease, vice president;
,q fill ro'.. Mrs. Mary Sides, secretary-
++k F. Dlgnam, outgoing treasurer; John G. Nettletonand
p.. George 1
I hti
directors 1 ,
__ president, was named William Oscanyan w,
** k" t
Installing officer was Mrs dT. +4
Wanted: Horse Nina Hines of Fort Myers, a I
Fifth District vice presidentof -n

Fire WagonIf the Florida Association of t '
I you have an old horse- Realtors. Toastmaster for the 1 h }
drawn fire engine In your attic affair was Oscanyan.
call the Venice Chamber Realtor and Associate of
of Commerce. the Year plaques were presented i lra
The chamber has volunteered by Albert Lundwall, ,d" ,
to help Florldaland, new executive vice president of -, + 44k c:
at the Englewood Savings & I V
tourist attraction complex t
Osprey, furnish its western Loan Association. + 1 +
ghost town with equipmentfrom Guests at the banquet Included 4 its
the 1870 to 1890 period Walter L. Miles, new. i I
A horse-drawn fire engine Is ly Installed president of the J
needed Venice Area Board of Realtors ,
Jack Mobley of Florldaland J. Herschel Morris, VenIce k .
said a search was also on for realty board secretary, .
school bells, store fixtures, and H. N. (Bud) Wlmmers,
lights, lamps, wagon wheels, past president; John A. ''
Realtor
old guns and harness Schuerger, president-elect of ENGLEWOOD REALTORS instilled new officer Dignam, outgoing president and 1964 ;1
Florldaland attractions will the Punta Gorda board; Adrian and named the Realtor and Associate of of{ the Year Other new officers ere LeroyPeaie 'I
I
+, t include a deer park, Indian Swain, Sarasota board l the Year at the annual banquet Thursday left, vice president, and Mr. Mary '
he dismounted from his fire truck end was II Village, porpoise show, river president, and SherrUl Em. New realty board president Is Jack Side, secretary-treasurer. Ii
WA COMES TO TOWN-Merry Old St. mobbed II he petted out goodiet to boat, tour trains and a tropical bry, Fifth District: vice pred night. with George I la +
almost MWfld from left
Stgpf9Ld
I'* led the biggest and bert Chriitm brightened youngsters. garden, dent-elect.
|'red. Friday night end When it was over eager", 1 I "
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MRS, 1WUISE MATE Elect :froman,,,

Mrs. Louise Mate 60, of the (Continued from page 1) near the Venice By-Way the trail (Continued from pate 1)) When the gun crew triedto New officers of issued>Eo yeey Bore' a,b,

Granada Apartments, Venice on the remainder of the southern Ed Clary, general manager U. S. fleet was being attackedby fire the Weapon, however, Gardens Area atac
died early Friday morning at half of the right-of-way. for Aquatlte, told the plan. Japanese warplanes. it was discovered the firing ation will be VollIIItetr
Venice Hospital.An commission it (Continued from page 1)) Covered pin had been removed and
Commercial toning is being nlng was Guns Jan. 25 annual
autopsy to determinethe the entire planned to move an existing Knowing the light cruiser's valuable minutes ticked by as emphasized that
sought along portion pattern that told a itory. To hastily made Nominees for the are partlcuur
the
cause of death was order- of the tract north of the concrete plant In Tampa to him. it went this way: Some guns were covered with can. gun was the of officers now
t i ed by Dr Ernest C. Smith, right-of-way.: County records; the Venice site as quickly as Enchanted Evening in the vas, Norwood said he grabbedhis ready to fire three-inch Meanwhile on Bogan president; he referred
South County medical examiner. show the company purchased It could. The hearing also Summertime when they Begin belt and knife and racedon crew of a fired the gun first Leet first vice Venice areab
Justice of the PeaceE. road brought out however, that the deck clad only in a pairof the ship's stern
M 4 acres. The bypass the Beguine we'll take a the heads of Mantel, box" He ,
I S. (Bill) Raymond was bisects the property from West Coast Inland Waterway Sentimental Journey down skivvies The lines of the round just over nest .Ito ClIItI
1 called to the hospital along northwest to southeast. District plans to use the area Old Man River Moon River canvas were quickly cut anda the flve-incher's crew in the ident; Charles cigarettes not to thro.;
with Dr Smith. 111,175 From County south of the bypass road as a to San Francisco. We'llhave round of ammunition was excitement. surer; Raymond f/1)11I)
Mrs. Mate's husband Louis, Records also Indicate the spoil area for the waterway.One Tea for Two as we ,,11down' thrown into the breech of the Finally. getting squared cording secretary;
i was admitted to the hospital firm five-inch away, the ship's gun crews Lothman, Wednesday three
county paid the Aquatlte of the objectors at the the Blue Waters under gun.
t I In a distraught condition after $11.375 for the right-of-way.I hearing was J. D. Arnall a the Blue Moon, and watch the began firing at the elusive retary; George. ao vounteerl) from the
.1, being told of his wife's State and federal tax stampson I Former member of the plan. Autumn Leaves and the Star Japanese planes when a bomb Mies I fought a firs
: death. He was discharged lat. the recorded instruments fling board who said he and dust. Always Night and r suddenly hit the dock next to three-year trustees.The Just approxtlllat.t i ;
: i er Friday. indicate the property was I several other residents he Day As Time Goes By the Honolulu and exploded in elate of the T
, ,i 11 The couple married earlier purchased for $38,500. represented were protesting You'll Never Walk Alone. the water. The near-miss torea announced by moment"M Three homes an
,; this year had recently returned State records In Tallahassee I because a 500-acre tract already ADMrSSIONS gaping hole in the ship'sside nominating threatened and
'i ; to Venice from an extended also reportedly show that zoned for heavy Indus. - Nov' til, It., No. V.nlr.i' Protonluup below the waterline rupturing man at M 0 n d cables
.
K.nrlo& Htrlcklaad.lcl The volwlern
Uurall six-Inch magazine
I honeymoon. After at the time of purchase the try lies only a mile south of Had an Interesting offer N.b1t. two VGHA meeting. ,
.
the .. ......hn,, v... compartments and one five- by the Florida
1..1.
spending holidays with same men who are officers of the Aquatlte land. the other day. Paul Maurer, 101. lit. ... from the floor also ,
1 t relatives In Kentucky they I Cone Bros. Contracting Co. Arnall brought out that the from over Casey Key way Klfh' r HL, V .I were planning a six months were officers of Aquatite. proposed M-2 (heavy indus said that if I would think upa Ih Nov.. ; err Blcknu. .Olio, CarBMiUr Vanlo.1, O BraUhVaurtan. prrl' Casualties Aboard The homeowner ley thaa
I tour of Europe. The Aquatlte property covers try) toning would allow contest he would award the V.nlo.. Bulkheads were secured to engage legal
'I. t 1 Funeral arrangements In most of the northern portion among other things, asphalt winner a Zippo lighter. Every too Nov Ann'il t Karntona K.. "E..Vnlol.%, Emlnroodt: And.A. ,. and the fighting continued. their complaints was the third 0u
weeks
,t charge of Rawtes Funeral of the bypass route connecting plants. I year a news gal in our sister Bamblln, Enilrwood' i Jirrtl I>ow.n Fortunately .Norwood said, Venice Gardens (in the South V
1' Home were Incomplete at Eagle Point propertyon Registers Objection i city to the north, runs a con Enilrwood: Virginia Darlington. Ham, Noao-Boca there were no casualties pany at a hearing i
r II" i I.G press time. present U. S. 41 to a point Edwin Reed of Venice Bay test (in which you have to I mist d8'wD'1.: ; Vmloi Richard. aboard the Honolulu which Sarasota County
G name Santa's reindeer (in H.ll.r, VmlMi HarrIM Scuddn-, Va. remained afloat to see four the
also after
Trailer Park
objected
I I : 2-The GONDOLIER Venice, Fla. Mon., Dec. 7, 1964 the rezoning, stating he represented to. their: proper order. Right now lott Nov.Howard it l Eugrn.Morrow T.fft, Nokomla., EnilrwoodlROM more years of battle with only I ALLEN
: ac 70 homeowners I can't think of a contest, can Huh Enilnrood: William minor damage.
some I D...., Enil.woodl: Ju.Ua Mam,
in the trailer of someone help Itr... P. back the experi. like this before
park, 20 Looking on ?
c I I : ': .1 j'l j'lt NOW IN SARASOTA . whom were In the audience, Does anyone know the 101... P 2ff Holland.Alfred.. O flhanki'prcv: rilubrth Vralt.1CMllr . once Norwood said he "can't again Nursing Horn
I. Reed noted that the park is name of Paul Revere's horse (..'..., Bora brand.! Floral Mr- really believe it happened."! "We've got
I A new ladies ready to wear shop- the Seaboard After all, he did aU the work. K....'., Vrnk" : Itomotia C..., EPB|I.,.> sincerely backyard right Hour Nursing Str.ia
directly across wood I Sylvia. Houiw. Nokomlil' I Wai.tor Norwood said he our
1 '! I Exciting new fashions in co-ordinates, Air Line railroad tracks from -.0- orn.., Endowed George Hlrh- hopes "America la on guard added, "that could Venice &81.:1,
roNci
; dresses and casual the proposed concrete plant Nice to see Venice's Director art Nov V lot nlct; J"m Prmton,. Y: auto. ... Valet Laur.1.I enough to prevent something same way at any D' LION 11,
sports wear. of Public Works Guy Cur. Ruth R. Bab..., "nil: ..woaa I lasts. Al-.
site.Howard .ten. Enctrwood: Dr H. Uwln.' V.
Moore president of wood back on the job after lot Ruth K.llar Nokomlit Oil,.
.; I Bird Bay Realty, also objected recuperating from a heart at C: I.-rr. {talk Fort' Charlotte Harrlrt' Durn.Dorothy... InIraoodl MTuthlll. ..
'. to the M-2 zoning He said tack. This is one man with Mildred Jordan dlthLouw. jDI.M

ill firm owned 100 acres in more titles than you can dm, Vrnlc.KMInc. ,Hamlltoa VmlMi M.x, ....*-,
H the area and planned a devel shake the proverbial stick at. North Port CharlotM
opment similar to Gulf Gate It just depends on what he is Dun 11 Barbara. Tbu _.. Boa Port
North
5. Wllhtlm
Grand.
I
I \4leA near Sarasota. He added that doing at the time, which title Charlotte E.a McK.Nv. ValesG.ss.
.
l the. toning change would you use. xl tn. NokonUl Marni.Oaoipb.ll
place the concrete plant dl. DIscHARGEs.: : ,
I [111 aleTA DRIV[ rectly opposite the planned site which is In the spoil area Nee' 141 1._ Chanw North Port
oum ejATtFatliioa CharlotUl, M..'. Cllna. V.n'1' V.
6 : residential development. Sarasota attorney John Wood Mna": Grannon valet a-or }:*.
Planning Commission chair represented the petitioners at wood Cuw! J.ne IEIMM.tP lid.', .:/....1.1I
I : man Joe Townsend said I atone the hearing I K....' (uplradl.' Enclrwoodi' Clifford
and quality/ at a rtcutnobltvice/ .. point he thought the peti-( The petition will come'before tat Kl":ekn.r hlkr'Jr, ::: 'Enilnroodl*... V.n. WED., DEC. 9 and SAT., Dec. 12 7:30 p.m.
t tlon "quite premature" and the board again Thursday -i Anna Troll implied/ ). Port CharlotUI; .
tI !O questioned the ablUty'of for recommendation. ,John wit.Vale., ., ...
Nov Ml Alfrl) da BLo. "
I Aquatite to obtain a building County commissioners will I Carl Crlbba Nokonl.1 John Far....... Come Early And Browse Around.
ti permit on the proposed plant make the final decision. I Vmlwt D.bbl. Gldd., Valet, Mar
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i YOU CAN SAVE WAYSOn ram Eli.P.d.eq V......Hanm, Howard. V.nic.1 Oron Morrow Ralph Cly Vonl.Millar=., ENTERTAINMENT STARTS AT 6:45 P.M.

3 SHADE Rub.nko.nli, Mokomlal. illSh.w.
EXQUISITE LAMPS AND LAMP NokomUNov. .
Auto Insurance Ml II..,. Wlllanbun.. and

I. LOW RATES EARLY AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY .Baby Babr.II Bor(01.IEwlew.d..ptrd V.ltrU.. Vmle.1 Entkmoodt| liabril MuUu Pam.la Rock.and I r DOOR PRIZESFOR I

2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS TRADITIONALLet Cud, Nokoml.; Olin. ...CrMol.r_ 0.-
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PMt I Ruth Phillip.
3. LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY H.... 871 Munro. Ballard, Enltowoodl -
in style your 'favorite vase John R. Smith Vmlea, ..
Nov til Harriot' 8c.dd.ob.
or ceramic Into beautiful' lamps.
not Nov proton. Ml Lot Ra.tlor.Ann LauraL Ra'm...... V..* AUCTION:. NEW AND USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, BEDDING, TELEVISIONS .
: ' Rew/a"; Kftfflinj/ I.., Sharon RlrkHU, Vrnliwi, St.Duo. .."
Lump ., .., Mo- AND USED ELECTRICAL FIXTURES SMALL HAND AND ELEC.
All Repairs koml.1 V Boulah nlMl, Viuthn Howard, .Morrow......... NEW ,

Nark by Experienced Designers end Nov. ..CaahMt 101 John Nokomln Bakvr, Nokoml.l Aml.l: !..-- TRICAL TOOLS AND MANY, MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO

r I 116 W. Venice Avenue : Craffimen hart.0.Hiinur.sit K.lrn Nokomlit Olnilnt.,' Ck.1.: V LaubIi. ik.1Hattl.
MENTION.FOR .
V.ilo, >| John Prllllman, Noko
Telephone: 488-2289 THE LAMPLIGHTER SHOP INC. mill Blnr.L Alfnd V.nlo.Bhanka Mab.1. V.nls Wrliht, H.r.Vmloa....

0... 11 Eithw Burkhold.r ...IWilliam SALE: NEW AND USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, BEDDING, TELEVISIONS,
r 204 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL FLORIDA Davlo, Enai malt IT.r.nMGlamartln
SARASOTA. .
Anil Bamblln.Enilrwood
t\ :\ : J.V.nlo.1. V.nn.rholm V.n. NEW AND USED ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND MANY OTHER ITEMS.

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Chapter/ sale of tie famous cookbook this book the most complete molded salads 'ver printed.: making, chart 'and photographs I Englewood Legion Plans For Christmas H
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Home The 1964 edition feature . than 2,000 recipes submitted Included. ads" edition worth the $2(9 ENGLEWOOD Plan for Don Week Sr., Scout chair Ernest Thelin, chaplain. color guard marched In column -
and appetizer These by home economic teachers To make the role of the price. the traditional Christmas season man. A large contingent of legionnaires to the church where they
cookbooks ads are sold only for from every section of the hostess easier, a special feature Favorite Recipes of Home activities will be presented -, The Legion Auxiliary, and ladies of the were joined by a large delegation -
fund raising. The 1082 edition United States. The recipes U the section on party Economic Teachers make at tonight' meeting of the I meeting also on this evening auxiliary attended services at of the auxiliary unit. I.
feature meats and the 1963 are very practical and are and dessert salad An exotic excellent glfU ,for weddings Englewood American Legionby I, will discuss plan for the St. David's Episcopal The service was conducted I
features, dessert suitable for everyday meals touch 1 la added with foreign shower,' Committee Chairman John participation in the Christmas Church last Sunday morning by the Reverend Arlo L. Leln- '
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These book may also be obtained a. well a* creative and gourmet -salad favorite. A boon to the I. White. activities. In addition, a The veterans, in Legion uniform back, vicar of the church and II f Jan 4
attractions. hurried homemaker U the Information about obtainingthis headed by Chaplain infantry veteran of WW2 ,"
from the chapter. The A report on the post' Boy I class of new members will be
edition,'featuring casserelei The "Salads" edition contains section on frozen salads. book, contact the home Scout activate will be presented Initiated In ceremonies to be Louie Sheppard and the post _who. I Is a legionnaire. i _:D
J965 separate section featuring Appetizers and wad dressings economic teacher at Venice at the sam evening' conducted by Mrs. Norman
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By EAT LANIDS, .

I This question we* aeked pilation of records, lead aptitude er*, bright ''and dependable -.J
9 last week "Is, there anything as Medical Librarians. teenagers, rat high as far aa To The Editor: previous remarb/a.bout/
glamorous about beinga Morning and Evening Aides touch with patients able
personal
I mane or tar ASSOCIATED raw *- Mara or Tin noun eases AaeoaA'r1OMI Hat it struck you as strangethat pro-American society
___________________________ member of the HAY?" Well, and Receptionists together is concerned. Their value,,>is there are so many auto editorial leads me to belt I
T. A..rw .. ..100.._ .utlool r rr of oU n..rw .dIW .. personally I hadn't given any with those who spend hours at Immeasurable.It with the came structural defects that you are against It .
I, Mr..4.e.K.ew..dIW. .1. ..... ea.n .... .... I 100oi .._ '-- .. rldw.t. _._ thought to such a conception. the Visitors Desk in Emergency I is the responsibility of on our highways It Therefore, I .
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of a..1..r..M .r..a1s. >eh
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jumpers and X-Ray,. a ,
; thrM'OlUllt..ra.' who comprise that I see a recent
to mt a monthly !
w 100oi r".erly' ..a.r of We r ..errreaM w w ....--. r whiteblouses seems Issue by
r are high style; greater degree of contact,with! Iht
the Membership committee John
-.w -...... .pt .v cam w ..r.Wba great number of cart being Birch Society tthich
I this year. But u far u I patients and visitors.Th to greet prospective with the right hand hope' win I
driven you
with
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; mlMMd I I.., Yob ... fl..dsr 1144 B..Ylrl A_ know, there isn't one among ,Ways ft Means 'chairman new members. To them they while the roof (or,top) 1 II being mind read from rnveorPetea
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with the help of her distribute application blanks held up with the left. I cover, and will explain
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Ac' ( EDWARD D. BALL ............................... ....... Editor and Publisher any special allure.In committees, organizes and handbooks and copies of, the wonder why; the -manufacturer your fino paper what Ia
a. SAM DILLON .................................. Kews and Newspboto Editor: the first place the great supervises projects that make by-laws.; At business meetIngs cannot overcome this apparent wrong in it. you fled
COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising Manager past majority the of our where volunteers are is money to purchase much they introduce new members defect. JOSEPH N. EATON.
age glamour needed equipment for the hospital and at board and business !
'% WILLIAM A. MEYER .......................................",? Shop Foreman a necessary factor"Hover.. 'Th ; attend. GEORGE GERDTS, South Venice
Library group meetings keep (Editor's
ROGER KILBY ............... ..................,.:.. Mechanical Superintendent one'is never so far advanced maintain and service, reading anon records. 'They also 're- Venice Gardens. hoeghUnineu Note I.I Year
l -- in ;years that Immaculate material most popular with celve and poet !In a membership To The tort the copy of Americas lelllllDr
SUBSCRIPTION RATES In county, $3.25 per year, $3.29 per six months, $2.71 grooming and style awareness the patients A Director of file all,, signed applications. Having just arrived for the loB imbllahed by tZ Z
j per three months. 10 centa per copy Out of COII t)'. ...21 per year. 'US should be overlooked. In Volunteers has under her Jurisdiction .' Hours spent are variable winter and aa ,.5 member of Welch, Is appreeiated.Bw" ..
N ; '' per all months, $3 per three months.N fact, how can one fail to be all ,active members depending on the number the greatest anti-communist ever, Inasmaeh as we ban
: _. ---..."... rIo_ r... ...... Goes.. rbl. ark.u -- a.er..u. tuned in on the glamour bit of the HAV. It is her Job to of new members. Thelr's organisation John Birch read The Bias Beet
: ._ Now r.... N T.I ._... Ga.1 __ 11_ with pages of the newspapers acquaint volunteer with specific is an Important contribution other wrings at act
4 :1 magazines and TV viewings duties and have replacements because intrepretation of the Society I purchased my Belch, we ask to be aW Mr
i geared to feminine appeal available in of illness first GONDOLIER yesterday
case HAV is the guide ia an enlisted ; ed from
say tors .
; with the promise that use of or,absence. Candy Strip united effort and while, I did not have ;your nadIII). '
Jlt : Majority Opposed The Revolution, Too the bring advertiser's about a resemblance product will toSophia

Loren or Audrey Hep

I II i f "1 DM Supreme Court decisio holding eotly. Is the only way to do that. ....me burn.No, we're definitely not In What Young People Think: ,

I : fhat all state. legi".tvrethe upper as big center of population will almost! the glamour category To be

well M the lower houses-mutt be apportioned completely dominate state government a good representative of the

I i IL solely on the bait of population at the expense of the rural areas ehd rural HAV appearance we wish and to serve be neat others in Puffing Declines Among Teenagers

I hit the state like a bombshell. And people. Their problems and needs which with respect as our reward. ,

w :, ft is going to keep on exploding for a often are different from those el the Even though our wishes aM \ "
far than ,
greater our daytoday

long time to come. cities, will be submerged and their voices living creates, we like to By EUGENE GILBERT,

For all of our history, it has been common largely stilled. A braking power on the. think of this credo and dust President ,
off opportunities to help those Gilbert Youth Research;, Inc.
4 for the dates to apportion their excesses of numerical majorities will be less '
House of Representative on a popula.I fortunate. We keep asking teen- ,era had the habit.,And now, according I'd say If you prevent the -35 per cent- tarted at the
I lost.The Despite the fact that we are about their smoking habits to to our recent survey parents then children might age of '16. Less than a fifth
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basil and their Senate on a geographical argument for this revolutionary reapportionment uniformly dressed and follow find out if the recent cancer of 1244 ;young people, only 17 stop." began to smoke before they
I' 1 basis, such at by counties. In Is that the majority should a general routine, our interests scare has had much effect on per cent -about half as many The typical teen-age smoker reached 14. The vast majority
h this they have simply followed the federal rule. Washington columnist Patrick Fox are scattered into lots of the amount of smoking the u six years ago are smokers Is a boy, who started when of the girls 80 'per eeaU
I 4 areas. young people do. he was 16 an4 smokes four smoke less than tour packs
I \ system, a* laid down In the Constitution had something.. Impressive to say about For those with artistic,talent Sure enough smoking, is on Although -on the surface packs of cigarettes or more, per week with about 40 percent
I in which each member of the lower mat: "If a simple majority were always the Arta &' Crafts, Hospitality the decline! Whereas a 1958 these figures suggest that per week.pipes. smoking two packs or

l t I house represent about the same number right, there would be'no problem fn letting Sewing Shop groups Knitting offer no limit and. cent'survey of indicated the teen-agers that 33 smoked per many smoking teenagers, this is have not the stopped case., Four-fifths Fer of the Women interviewees less.And where do the teens

of constituent$ ,, while every state It allowed it vote !its way immediately ee to creativeness Women one conducted last year Of those who smoked before report that most of their ages stand In the recent con.
I two Senator without regard to everything. who have training in the com showed that only 29 per cent the cancer scare only; 14 percent friend. who smoke are boy. troversy over women smoking
have cut down while 59 Sixty-eight per cent 'of the pipes and cigars? A tiny, but
population.Unlen But a majority once knew the world per cent find their smoking young men smoke four packsor adventurous four per cent ol
tVtt court decision it negated was flat. A majority opposed the American on the increase more per week with 21 per the girls think they might try
and a constitutional amendment, apper.r revolution." Venice High School News Instead it ,seems that fewer cent smoking more than ten a it themselves and a few share
teen-agers are starting; to week About three-fourths the feeling of It-,.ear-old Stuart .
By SUSAN MURPHY and KRIS LEET smoke in the first place. An began to smoke between the Elliot of Brooklyn that
;r overwhelming majority of ages of 12 and 17 the distribution "it's better than smoking cigarettes .
Venice High's National Hon ture Teachers of America nearly 90 per cent of the nonsmokers over the five years being and risking getting
It's Only Skin Deep But Still- or Society will have its first (FAFTA) State Convention state flatly; ,that they fairly; even., lung cancer" But the over
induction at an assembly is over. The girls spent three do not plan to begin smoking; The girls are relatively late whelming re.ction-that of M
!i sometime in December. The days in Clearwater, meeting and many cite the published starters and light smokers. per cent of the young people
Beauty may be only skin deep but that tions as the girl from 1924. Although names of the new members delegates from all over the information-linking cigaretteswith The largest single category; is one of violent disapprovd.SARASOTA .
are a carefully guarded sec state, exchanging Ideas, and cancer.Think .
ft, layer U pretty important not only to the use taper off a little after 50, it ret. During the assembly electing state officers for They Can Quit
r the. person wearing it but to those who doesn't cease of course. Until about 69 Honor Roll certificates will 1965.: A typical remark II this one
be given to all students who New officers are Cindy by: Robert Buachman It, of
manufacture the stuff
of which the layer cosmetic are a girl's best friend. After have a B average, Housel!, president; Robert Denver: "I hadn't really
i.- t it mad. that it h gilt-edged securities. . . Frost, vice president; Joyce thought about smoking that M of&
Little girls now begin applying eos- Although the. vitagist regard the Ideal All Juniors and Seniors Interested Woolviar, corresponding sec seriously, but 'the thoughts,
In retary CrlU Harden recording I'd had left.me, after I'd
) any of the six ; seen
\I ", .+iu when they are about 12 or 13 and beauty treatment* a Job on the whole branches of the armed ser secretary; Claudia Wig- pictures, graphs and statistics

_ they hardly stop the rest of their lives. woman, encompassing face, hand, feet, vices Army, Navy: Air g in s, historian; Melanie concerning people with }
i Girls hit their peek in the use of cosmetic weight, skin condition and general health Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Young, chaplain, and Barbara cancer and smoking"
I and National Guard.will havea Moore parliamentarian. Nearly three-fourth of the
e ; between 19 and 24, and if youf" together. with flattering clothing makeup chance to talk with representatives The new slate will take office interviewees believe that

I I i can't guru the reason you are tired to- hair color and hair style ladies, left from each branch in July: 196S.DKG young people. can be cured of
f day. to their device the Dec. 9 about their obligationsand the habit How
own regard 1J
lips
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what they; can expect in Some feel that a cutoff lathe
From 24 to 35 the majority of women the main expression of character and per the Armed Services supply; of cigarettes to
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are generally. fairly busy with diaper sonality. . . Members minors ia the only answer
The DCT and the CBE Steven Glover, 19, of Manchester L(
I I and family budgets and too Thus the of
are busy me lipstick Is their; most clubs and other selected students Attend MeetArea N. H., suggests that
to do more than put their hair U pin Important beauty treatment. Next h nail will be given Florida "parents stop supplying cigarettes r
I curlers and smear cold cream on their Employment; tests Dec. X and stores require age ,
members of
facet polish, then powder rouge, eye shadow 4 Mr. Grams hopes to test women identification and vending
each night, informant Zeta Chapter Delta
my says. Kappa "
and perfumes that it 80 students during the two- machine. be eliminated.
Beyond get really
attended
After 35 the use of cosmetics spurts dey period. "'ra. Kinney, who of Gamma teacher a meeting "If laws were enforced so
lip again For the next 15 year, antlthey expensive. will give the tests, will return in Sarasota groups Saturday that minors could not purchase
after cigarettes, would
Christmas to Interpret many
are 50, women buy and use just IIi Ormond Powers h the results. South County members Included never start or else would be

I i much, or more, body beautiful prepar.. Orlando, FU" Sentinel' ', . Mrs. James Whyte cured simply because they'
| If you see a girl carrying Mrs Eleanor Eklund Mrs. would be forced to," Janet
I I, around a piggy bank you'll Mrs. Myrtle Hill Miss Mildred Sippel, 18, of Phoenix ..dde.A .
know she's a member of McAmls, Mrs Isabella lot of the young people
\ t GA. The girls are filling the Osborne Mrs. Minnie J. Prof- agree with the observation of
When You Mention $10.5 Billion banks with pennies donated fit, Mrs. Alice Sleasman and year-old Barbara McCollon
I I \, i by students as a money making Mrs Doris Brown. of Phoenix' that "a cigarette
.i' project. They are also The topic of the program at ia still a sign of adulthood to
p i : t Mention the astronomical lsum of $10.5 clear plants which can tun see water planning a camping trip for Saturday's meeting was many ;youngsters." Elizabeth
: billion, and a lot of people will think into fresh water and produce electricity the weekend of Dec. 19 at "From Village to IndustrialSociety" Jennings, 18, of Lansing,
Myakka State Park.Basketball and was presented Mich., adds "They usually
I' I : you're talking about tome federal spend. at the same, time. The impact on the vast intermurals by; Mrs. Mohinder Jain, a Riv- smoke If their parents do" so
I J jog project. territory encompassed by WEST will be meet every Monday'and erview High School teacher
I school
Thursday after for from New Delhi India and
But that Isn't always the case. enormous in terms' of new jobs bettor practice. The teams will be Manuel Arc Gutierrer a
? That $l0.S billion is to be spent over living standards, commercial development picked this week. Sarasota High School foreign
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I a 20-year period by an organization of, all kinds, new sources of taxation ,exchange student from Costa
Florida Association of Fu Rica.
\4 known at WEST to create the largest for government and so on.

: [' regional electric power development ever And here is the significant point That 4-The GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon. Dee. 7, 1964

'I ) planned in this or any other country. $10.5 billion I is to be obtained entirely

i WEST i is presently made up of 10 ini from the investing public. Not one cent

I i i vestor-owned utilities, and it I Is expected of federal tax money will be required. PtORIDA

I i i I Ij j! that a number of power suppliers owned Here i Is' more proof, to be added to

j i by I local I government may participate.' It the mountain of proof that have preceded

: < will cover all or part of nine touthwettem WEST that there I Is absolutelyno ,

t I states. Some 36 million kilowatts of need, and no justification. for tax- f DAYS
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'I : new generating capacity will be built, exempt federal socialized power. Nonfederal -

I I along with extra-high-voltage. transmission led f o3 "
I groups by the taxpaying, ..
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system interconnecting the facilities *
I publicly regulated investor-owned utilities '
I : of WEST' members It will represent the f
are capable of financing and l building .
I ultimate In technology, utilizing all available ..,
I I'' i I fuel supplies-coal, oil, natural gas, projects of,almost unbelievable magnitude. .

:' i I I lit. the atom. Some dramatic innovation are WEST I Is simply a supertized example FEDERAL'S, 1965

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, By MERVYN COWIE MOST PALM FRONDS...
}I USED IN THE NATION'S TRADITIONAL PALM SUNDAY -
I : : s !, A Review, oy f/JiooerA/ Wi/iiey trows RELIGIOUS SERVICES ARE CUT BY SEMINOLE.

INDIAN WOMEN FROM CABBAGE (SABAL) PALMS
GROWING WILD WEST OF LAKE OKKCHOBEE.
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THIS Is an Interesting story of Cowie'i struggle to found a national park In

life in Africa and of his deep affectionFor Nairobi.
Careful Cultivation...
the animals he has with In There. care many accounts of various ,
grown up IS NEEDED HOWEVER. FOR MOST PRODUCTS OP 'reF
I ""j the African Buth.A African tribal customs and fine" descriptions . FLORIDA'S SOIL THIS INCLUDES APPLICATION OP OOWNTCWN 'SOOTH CAT : m JJ39B* '
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of animal life In this, book. Also PHOSPHORUS FROM FLORIDA MINES. ,NITROGEN INS!" mm ** TMWKKMM. '' ** ttmttummmial4err, ** .eJ. SS l M,
lit a hunter'i son he learned to hunt there are many illuttrations..', AND POTASH IN PROPER PROPORTIONS AND

and to guide, but he gradually realized Cowie writes with humor and sincerity.If ESSENTIAL MINOR ELEMENTS TO PROVIDE A BALANCED '

y the need to protect African wild life from you cannot go to Nairobi to see the PLANT FOOD. SAVINGS', 'IN, DECEMBER 10th

"' extinction He also learned to love and park the author worked so hard to establish ';"';';" "

s respect the animals especially lions, so you can go to the Venice Are Public .47_ -- .EARN' FROM DECEMBER 1st

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Toy Shop Opens To See To This DecemberActivities + 4ny' t f ( ;'.% i.j i. t. '

December event at Venice .
Yacht Club will include movie
million personsail
of the Salv night Wednesday and the annual

my p Is being whittled Dec. W.tree-trimming party

this ere* M year The club will close Dec 24at
assist from the.WS.rvic.Vnlt.
peelal 2 p.m. and re-open Dec 28.
Movies planned for Wednesday -
r the direction of Mrs t I Ir at 8 pm. are "Dis ,, MM6'2aA tf
r. Knob ,and Mrs. covery In Bermuda," "Beyond
Crompton, the Toy the Andes" and "Ap
at 245A S. Tamlamlnow polntment in Quaymas." The \ ,
? Andes film shows the Ama
L. jt theucollecting zon River jungles and the t I \f: Ji"I ,
d clothing so that no Guaymas film, blue marlin
lid wm face a tearful fishing off Mexico. Members "
jlftless Christmas4Toy wishing to dine at the club \ ,

prior to the showing should THE FIRST SUPPER meeting of the three- the weekly dances. Officers are, left to right, I I '?'
i' Shop 1 I. next door make reservations there. year-old Old Tym Square and Round Dance Mrs. Violet Mitchell vice-president; Roy '" ..,",
At the
L Salvation Army's 1 the Venice tree-trimming party Club Nov. 24 brought out 50 members The Virchow, second vice-president; Mrs. Cattle (

store which Items adjoins\ plac-the t! eAA group will Coquettes entertain, a vocal with officers Initiated the potluck suppers this Cunnings, secretary; L A. Folden, president, I I'i I I''I' I

ition. First Shop storehouse 1 v3 Christmas music and lead month and they will be held the fourth and Oliver Cunnings, founder, caller and :

>line ay were SO dolls, members group-sing. I Tuesday in each month In conjunction with Instructor. I 1 I :

Scouts, Fu-
I by Girl

omemakers phany Others Guild. are of still and Amerl-being indl- I ACTIVITIES OF CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS : ifr ,. .


by area benefactors.Knob VENICE HOMEMAKERSMrs. George Cook treasurer; Mrs. Marr and Mrs Joseph A. opening ritual and flag core 1 '

and Mrs. Cromp- Ernest Richard Boyd chaplain; Mrs. Weigler. mony. The invocation will be ,
Kukkuck
board members of the be Installed as president will of I William C. Cadwallader, publicity A slam was bid and made given by Mrs. B. F. Green. I
service Unit headed Venice Area Homemaker'sExtenaion ; Mrs James Buckes, by Mrs.: Theron Shaver andMrs. Mrs. Florence Mason will .
Liter Halg. Their fore- I -e. delegate, and Mrs. Harry W. L. Scott and door read John Charles McNelll's ':
Group
anta'. helpers are Po- 9:30: a m. at Venice Thursday Civic Cen*t Welgler alternate delegate prize winners were Mrs. poem, "The Siesta."
Met John C. Shockey, Mrs. Clyde Taylor, past secretary Frank Burton, Mrs. George Reservations should be

board member, and DOLLS IN ARMS, Mrs George Crompton and chairman of the Shop which Is now re ter.Other new officers who will of the Sarasota County Clute and Mrs. Gelsser. made not later than Mondaywith
police and firemenre end Mrs. Edward C. Knob be Homemakers Extension OLD TYME CLUBOld one of the three hostesses
opened the Salvation ceiving toyfc They will distribute there to Installed are: Mrs. Harry
toys and Groups and past president of Mesdames Early, Darsey
repairing them for gifts Army Toy Shop storage room at.245A the ones needy families Dee. 21 and 22 to Fagler first vice-president; the Venlce-Nokomls group, Tyme Square and or Ralph Longley.
ping are repairing furnl- S. Tamtam! Trail Thursday. The two are insure the fact that no children will be with- Mrs. Rex Johannessen, second will be installing officer. Round Dance Club will meet The January meeting will

lao badly needed by the board members of the Venice Service Unit out gifts Christmas morning. vice-president; Mrs. John After the meeting< memberswill Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Venice be at the Bayshore Gardens I I

Store which also Is in lunch at Driftwood Restaurant Civic Center. home of Mrs. George W. Hil.
clothing for children. Point of Pines in The dance will be precededby ton. She will be assisted by .
[
children's clothing, to' First Baptist Church Englewood at noon. Members a practice and instruction Mrs D.t.s Kearns and Mrs.Francis .
Christmas pres- needing transportation should session at 7 P.m. at which ,
en\ as handled by the call Mrs Kukkuck at 488-6482. the Gavotte Grand Squareand NARCE I. :
being .
dance basic will
lop, STAMP CLUB square The annual Christmas dinner .
be reviewed.
in may leave new It- Observes 'Week Of Prayer'First Venice Stamp Club will Everyone Is welcome. and party for members I
,t the Thrift Store or meet Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. and guests of Englewood.
,U Mrs. Knob or Mrs. in the community room of UDC Venice Chapter 717 of National I
ton who will 'rrang Baptist Church will Week of Prayer with Mrs H, Sarasota Federal Savings and The December meeting of Assn. of Retired Em. I
of the Toy Shoo. ,r- observe Week of Prayer for Q Thompson as chairman. Loan Assn.President. Col. John A. Fite Chapter, ployes will be dC on Dec. r t
Items for the Thrift foreign missions with daily Members of her committeeare George Young. United Daughters of the Confederacy 16 p f.
may be left there or at activities Dec. 8-13 Theme : Mrs. R. R. Lloyd Mrs. ) berg Jr. will be in charge and will be a luncheonat Officers for the coming i ,,
p boxes at the twa shop- will be: "Worship Christ the Ike Roberts, and Mrs. George all Interested persons are invited the Plaza Restaurant in year will be elected after the t t
nters and at the police. King." Hauser. Sarasota Wednesday noon. dinner which will be at noon 1\\
if repair Is needed. On Monday at .10 a.m. at GOLDEN BEACH The program will be an Illustrated at Bay Vista Restaurant, En- y
f Shockey Is oleo In the Church the Fay Taylor lecture by John L. glewood.The .
of baskets and food Circle will be in charge of the Annual President William Cadwal Early on a foreign tour he program will feature) j i
serving families. He is- program "Without Christ Party lader will preside at the elec. and Mrs Early made lastwinter the singing of Christmas car. '
ie cards for toys which They Have No King" Idol tion of officers of Golden He will be Introducedby ols and a gift exchange. Res.
taken to the Toy Shop and pagan worshipers Beach Associates at thegroup's Mrs. F. G. Darsey. ervations may be made at the :
II 1 end 22.Crompton. throughout the world will be Set By BPWWednesday annual dinner Toesday President Mrs. J. M. Christie restaurant or by calling Mrs '
and Mrs. at Cyro's Venetian Moon. will be in and Katherine
discussed with special area charge Mrs. Kemper at 488- i
will be present on those needs of the Foreign Mission Cocktails will be served at M. H. Jones will conduct the 4462. l.
distribute the gifts.Thrift 6 and dinner at 7 pm. Bud '
io Store may be) Board presented. Lawrence will provide the The GONDOLIER Venice Fla. Mon., Dee. 7, 1964-5 [
. On Tuesday at 7 p.m. members guitar accompaniment for a
for further informa- will go to West Braden-' Husbands and friends will community sing after the din.nero .
488.2551.nonresidents ton Baptist Church for a sup. be guests of Venice Area 1
needing per meeting of the Brother Business and ProfessionalWomen' COLLEGE CLUB
nee during the holi- hood and WMU. Guest speak.. Club members at
dormitories will receivein er will be The Rev. Armando the group's annual Christmas The Venice Coquettes, a MAIL ORDERS
Sarasota and Fort Silverio Italian evangelist of dinner Wednesday at Fisher hobby choral group of young
the Home Mission Board. The man's Wharf. TO BE SURE that the standing rib roast he was to serve to matrons will begin their.
irdmg to Maj. E. V- Rev. Mr. Silverio has just returned -i Cocktails will be served at members of Venice Gourmet Club was "just right" Dr. Christmas season appearances ,
T, Corps head In Sara* from six months study 6 and dinner at 7 p.m Mrs> Mertlayes'Thomas' the November Chef du Jour, went out at the meeting of Venice -
the Army will servea in Italy. Ruth Sovereign is In charge after the beef.I.. Area College Club Tuesday -
/ Is shown selecting the which furnished
one
million Christmass at 12:15: p.m. at Myakka
in the United States Nella Dean Whitten Circle There will be an exchangeof the roast for the members and their guest at theclub' Lanes Gourmet Room. !
will be in charge of the 6:30 gifts and carol singing November NOW
exico this year,.Institu-: Reservations should be made dinner.Dr. Under the direction of Mrs, 'j;
mates on their Christ p.m.' Wednesday_ program" 5 .m. today. J. G. Meadows, they will pre.
by
"We Follow in His Train. p
st are those In nursing This to be held at Seven members of the club sent a program of Christina I

veterans and prisons hospitals,6r- the church program, deals with those attended the district meeting l Merthyn Thomas Receives music.Reservations should be
get Charlotte at
for the Nov. 29 at Port
who are hungry
Mrs. Samuel
"Bread of Life" the thirsty which Miss Delia Rosenberg made by calling GRAND OPENING

1RISTMAS GIFT (schools and students) ; the I spoke on civic participation. November Chef Du Jour Hat Roth.SAND DOLLAR DOLLS
Among the 92 attending were
stranger (churches, chapels
provide Complete Year members Baptisms); the Venice members Mesdames Dr. Merthyn A. Thomaswas after medical service with the CLUB 1965 SEASON"GREATEST
Virginia Ramsey, Iran e ] I
naked (Hong Kong-Macao, Chef de Jour at Venice
ad Sleeping Comfort Shockey Mae Wrede, Marla Army in France during WWI. Florida Sand Dollar Dol
Korea Gaza Jordan); the Gourmet Club on Nov. 18 at H
Ruth and a group of Cleveland Club a group of collectors 01 SHOW
Valerie Mattox
tomafic led Warn sick (Hospitals clinics patients Polo, and President Mar Myakka Gourmet Room and doctors, Including Dr. Thom antique and modern dolls wil

Double or Twin Bed doctors, nurses) and the garet Sovereign Enochs Mrs. Wrede 1 If served: the 52 members wives as' brother, developed a clinic have its Christmas party it
Imprisoned (Lottie Moon Off and guests a standing rib there In of
director and presidedat 1919 which la still Venice at the home Mrs
ouSle p ering), district .. roast dinner. operating. William O. Lundvall of 211
at the church the the morning meeting. ON EARTH"'J
a"Nr Thursday, Assisting with the dinner He was born In Akron Piazza dl Luna.
Jean Fav.R Circle will be In were Executive Chef James Ohio, educated at Adelbert The event will be a cover 'Jj ,
,AI tfr charge i-"Chi dr"noi the Power Squadron Kalec and Dr. Harry Mog- College of Western Reserve ed dish supper and gift exchange j
King." A testimony of Baptists ford. Harold Hays, assistedby In on Wednesday at 11:31:
University Cleveland and
from other lands will be Dinner-Dance Carl Hauerbach and Van at Western Reserve Medical p.m. with Mrs 0. E. Lund I All FOUR THRILLINGJAIN.
.
given by members of this circle Carter, were in charge of College. His internship was at vail of Laurel as -h08te... 910 1 kk Complete Performance
to show how the light tables and Earl Wright
Planned Dec. 12 as St. Vincent' Hospital in Club membership extend!
shines In the darkness In all sisted by Al Nordstrom, Lotus Cleveland.The from Bradenton to Venice an< r
parts of the world. Venice Power Squadron will Suter and Normand Patton those Interested in affiliatlni SAT. 2 P.M. i 8 P.M. SUN. 2 P.M. & 6 P.M.
Friday's meeting will be served. Thomase have two
Lundvall.
call Mrs 1
its annual Christmas may
have
held at the South Venice Mir Venetian Guests were welcomed by sons, Richard H. Thomas WOMEN'S CLUB ;
at Cyro's
$24.95 Party Dec. U CIRCUS ARENA o
organized who Is
sion with the newly Shafe Shaffer. a patent attorney and ; ,
and Mrs.
Moon.Chairman Mr. and F I A
South Venice Mission CIrcle Introduced Merthyn Thomas Jr., a businessman Forty members guest:
Paul Nowland Bill Court
YiAR-WARRANTY of the program President in aviation insurance. of Venice-Nokomis Woman'lClub ]
In charge
John Ward should be called the Chef du Jour and Patton .
and the soda ,
attended
WorshipHIm. .
"We Have Some to his Their daughter, Mrs.E. ALL-NEW
JERRY'SIOE ." A Bible study of the for reservations club historian, gave L. Johnson is married to bridge game at the clubhouse
will be held "Happy Hour" will begin at life story. banker in Shaker Heights Wednesday.
Christ
of a
COMFORT SHOP birth and those attending are requested t pm. and dinner will be Guests were Dr. and Mrs Ohio. They have nine grand- Hostesses were Mesdamei Le I

251 S. Tamlaml Trail to bring their Bibles. follow.served at 7 p.m. Dancing will E.The George menu Lawrence.consisted of hors children. Gen McLeay, Mrs Maurice 'i-i I
Is In Ir
committee
_
Venice, Fie. The Prayer for there All members and friendsare d'oeuvres, standing rib roast, __
of all planning
charge welcome. potatoes .au gratin, spinach SERVING FLORIDA SINCE 1950 r
and cream
souffle, pear i

You A GOOD Dancing Partner Masons To Elect cheese pumpkin salad pie and with coffee.ginger Pinot and a .

ARE 'YOU FUN TO DANCE WITH? Nolr accompanied the main

Why ''hot take advantage of our' Officers :MondayElection dish. 1 .,

k CHRISTMAS OFFER . for yourself, of officers for the Dr. and Mrs. Thomas t1oriIa reeling Service /:

or a* a delightful gift. . "Complete Masonic Year will be the major Key bought In 1946 property while on winteringwith Casey ..........'--.. .......... r ,
program Includes: item of business at the her family In St. Peters-

'8 :Prlv..., ,4 Group and4'Socisl meeting of.Venice Lodge 301 burg, and built their home I /
Cordially
Lauons for . .. .. .. .. $32. Free and Accepted Masons there In 1963. He retired from hw t
Monday at 8 p.m. at Masonic practice In 1962. I
Teens & Children's Specialj4LMip.ilor Temple.: In Cleveland Welcomes/
.. ,.. .. . .$30 Worshipful Master George H* practiced
will preside and JfthrH
Collette Jr.
STUDIO
FRED ASTAIRE DANCE requests that all members be Practical Nurse You and Your FamilyTo

i Ovtrlooking; Sorasofa lay & Pier present.Refreshments. win be 1
served
|]33 Gulfstream Ave. 951 -6675 Open 10. ..n;. to 10 p.m. and all Master Mason are Course To TakeApplications Your New Horn*!
R ohn R. Gordon licensee. Member Sarasota C. of C. invited.

rtooucu n JOHN RIN UN. NORTH i iI

OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ '* * WITH The State of Florida I ,
MOBILE HOME '
PACKAGE POLICY Th. Practical Nursing It Is our desire to make you feel welcome! $ *
NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS School of Sarasota Community $150| Z 350

Covers less acrd by School will have represen. end to acquaint with your city. PRICK r r
c.,... ,.., ?.*,. hems. ,.,....r P-,.rty.-.4.1.11 penaal cammelier. U.lollily.. 4elll.g efrnafI r.hiaiee. tatlves in Venice Dec. 14 at you ALL SEATS RESERVED TAX INCLUDED t!
the< lljMmn, windtUrm. hail espleeiea l rid' ,J. . wi'tf daesge. f,... stumbles eainf Venice Hospital to accept applications I ,
..., .4.1I.., A ,..sfdeus "IChi.f, bf!!rt!!. '. & '..4,.1..1..1)". .....,' from South County i '
nrrtemy btewin0' up .f. 5515, bassi.. gtus residents. If you art new MAe oreo, o pAoa Ail Mitirlnl "Mm". MM .p...hg far tacoiole CMfyt Rliiqlbgratten .

b ."1....... The 13-month cause will visit; ; from a IOTM area lallty" wig praiser lit irectaular.. 9511I I'
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IATIS INSID. SISsld5ANNAnppOr NCti begin In February, acocrdingto call will bring you o prompt ........ H Cirnml HarM MM ftl 1MI Hurl
PACKCase Is .1I.hlly isgise Mrs. Guy Rose, program your local "osl ss. Please give; her a calll

ECAI HOM'. CAI.POITI, I 4.000 S 6,000 S 1,400 s10,004 secretary training will, and be given part in of Ven-the She has maps anti/ many free and wonderful

ANA ITC. 2,400 1,000LiollhlTy local businesses;
1,200 1,100 Ice.The giftt for you from
CONTENTS 10,000 25,000 60,000 booth will be In the

10,000 17 e/ 7t 12NOTh Hospital lobby and ''representatives MRS. ETHEL TUCKER Hw I* *rr ky awl fw ...... MHI sad *>_?.* Mlf.ddrnd ;
COst PER YEAR S will Interview and answer mrl I. wM shark nlr. to M....,
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ono adjust .1.I..s. prsmplly 4 pm. PHONE 488-3134 FUfU. I ..J. dale prfrmiM. dolrad. I
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sifts.' W. e. the oetssire 5gsd I
V. Awe.VNP More than (0 million pounds MRS. FERN CALDWELL
111 W.
? J// _.LL A. III c" Q of various spices are imported 434 Riviera Phone 488-4014 '
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riASSiFi' I IN IN AND THS ttWMHStfltfPIl Legals -, I By MARY It. IROIIPA I

FLORIDA IN o\Tm. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton 0'- 1 Is planned Manasota
ADS l IN Slit iess-f'. oc. Dell Villa Park 01. arrived -0- on Key have as
THOIIAM a. seoarrsD'.d houseguests Mr. D. J. Schnell
PnO.t, 1"11. N. Ofti Sunday for an extended visit Mr. and Mrs. Al Waterman from Bedford Ohio. Mr. I
NOT/CII 1'0
CIUCDITORS with friends
TO ALL (CREDITOR AND PERSONS Mr and Mrs of St. Louis Mo. visit- Schnell Is manager of the ( 'I
HAVING CLAIMS OR /tMANDS Joseph Robbins, Fairview ed Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
CCIIi\ Alfred Trust in ,
, A Ohio. He
ftr I.
. AUAUIST 'AII .
.. .. ... :
JlITAT&
.. Drive ,
.u "u.. Govro
nouses For Sale .l: an ..'": ..:. .4 '. '. last Sunday. They are expects to be here for an ex- f'
RentalsONK Autos file ans I0s dtcnd .000: -0- staying in tended visit.
CASH RATES For Sole ..... an apartment at ,
J SftT BKSWS ).0.2UKsS3 Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dow- Venice. -0- t '
.
VENICE GARDENS !:. TWO THREE room 1984 CHEVROLET Impala 4 Ito, :r'H': (ln.Oy den, Berea, Ky. have returned -o- "
to .ttla Mrs.
12-Word : George Balms
Minimum Waterfront furnished JoHN on En- : i
$13.950,00 Apt*., Venice door to be Mr.
sedan. in their home Edward
barge from Private owner. SorowuCoimt, Judn, In tat. Count; on McBride returned glewood Road Is confined to ,
83x120 foot lot $40 monthly up. Walk to The Ot II,,,. 01 SoroMM. rtoridi McCaU his ,
Road for to home
on the
big Wishing Well winter
lake Casey Key within' lit ...,, on Hep- her home. She
has
ONe INSERTION ) bedroom town and beach. Call '" raontio from too been ill for ", '
2 bath 474-2540. Venice tune Drive .
shower with 4888011.WSJ dat. ? "* Suns "*"..".. oC thIs months. last Thursda, Mr. several weeks : .

Be Per Word Wall oven off Malter Bedroom 2 : PONTIAC tIMt K:_k cOla or .HM.4 .. -0- and Mrs. McBride went to -0- HJames I
matching ...frlerator BEDROOM FURNISHED STAR CHIEF! 3*'" 0.4 lo TEll .,.2 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Auc- Easton Pa., last August to -
and eating home. Privet dock Coach less than ::-1 (OWIIOM.J.,, visit Drum 4"" ,
space In on My. 30,000 ptt U0s relative Mr. McBride stationed at
.. wigsen
SUNDAY AND THURSDAY kitchen This Is a Valuable location -' kka River $100 monthly. Ph. mile, new battery good 0O5 tedc to oC b. .0'.0.Ol0..ata.<::101_.,hie I .b.1I.raM .0.. staying, at Fort the Lauderdale Tropic Air, Motel are was taken ill and died in Eas Great Lakes, returned to his t J
and a bargain Finane- Thomas Bait Ranch 488-4780. tires. $7M. phone 488- 939. bit .nsani hU. .0. _po.led b.. ton Hospital. base last Monday after a two : t ,"1
log avallabl. .a SIM. iiu.. ens .... ..p ....*.. aOl. while visiting friends week visit with his '
70c Each 19S9 r 4.-n.E .>t ,o filed( oholl .. usA here -0- parents
FURNISHED OLDSMOBILE
MYRON cGLYNN S ROOMS and 98 4-door. Hio flllw fM .to teeM .. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas t
Realtor nor tko St. Ann' Circle of Drumon
I 452 Shamrock bath. Menendes Apartments Good family car. Phone 4884554. onwat of ol..T o.4 .1.1 m f_ -+- St. Raph.ael' ,
.. 1891 Englewood I J
Ph.
Each Additional WrwdI 0 488-497f 517 07 .be Utie Mr. and Mrs. Catholic Church will Rd. James
So Menendei St.UNFURNISHED. ... VENICE have a bake sale on Sunday
GARDENS nim HTDAT BAMXTT. returned to their homeon in '
service
fir Ant AIMm im In lluil.rfcoi .. Priced 14500.00 DUPLEX in Boats For Sal. oj jt.Mutrl'> at UM Kuu Oxford Drive. They spent Dec. 13 in the Church Hall ed from He gradual- <(
Venice
. than If .b.... of II onto Air conditioned Low Bayshore Estates. Phone "lV-wo,. 5. Bonott.AttonNoTiUrrr' the summer in East Point before and after the 7:30: and High School '" t' ? '
class
1 .a..tn.a.tant'Uoa. 10 .. operating of 1964.
I |M for uk tnMrtloii .._,....te. cost. Living Room and> 488-3182. SACRIFICE OFFER I9-ft. Sn toa.A. Vmleo.Tunr, VIorMo, and other place: in Michigan 10:30: Mas*.
I A ...1.. oh.r.. of U onto to Kitchen open to Urge length, 8-ft beam. Pinto- p50l00.. Boo. T. U. SI, an, INCIe4 -0- -0- --
screened
I .M i*atab for l I.if ttHtc tho Condollw to sIo..Iftota.CLASSIFIED P..O.. POrch. Eating, apace in- BEDROOM( HOUSE nicely Valvo engine. Tunnel stern THE!: ciacvrrijis-- The Women' Society 01 suIts Mr. and Mrs. William Sch- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roth I 1
Wentworth
kitchen. 2 furnished. Season. Ronald All THK Christian on Street From Hillman Mich.
bedroom 1(4( baths, flberglassed. Hardtop. TWELFTH JUDICIAL C1RCUIIT IN Service will present and
DISPLAY very attractive. Beautiful V. Anne, Registered Real Es Draft 12-ln. Wonderful for bay AND roa. SARASOTA COUWT a Christmas program at drove to Miami Sunday to Mrs. Fannie Llnam from J

wall.to.wall 1 carpeting includ- tate Broker, 4884163. and gulf. Lots of room for nt FLORIDA CHANCERY the Methodist Church on Dec. meet Mrs. Schults'i son and West Branch, Mich., who are 1
j One Edition per Inch ,$3.0C ed. This Can No, wife, Mr. and Mrs. James A. wintering in
house is located In chair and fishing tackle ]RO" 3 at 7:30: p.m. The Zephyrhllls were
loth Edition, Inch. .$3.50 a choice 3 ROOM air Controlled 8BTTY CL08B ODONNCLL program Grady, who came to Englewood weekend guests of Mr. I"
pr both and
section wilt .
of Venice conditioned ef-- forward and Von norldo be given by the Friendship
... ___ .... IIA.____ !:: for a short visit. Mr.
HOC/I-. ----._ -..111.... au" ventral L. utili ..,..,,,,:7- UuL eariy" or aea.on.j aft $995. Phone 48W157. Circle with the Ruth Mrs. Paul Richards on Englewood -
OHA.10SEPH and Mr.
Grady had been
O'DONNBU
ties. House al. Adults Two on Road. "
LINER ADS and ground in excellent fifty-one Nas- Circle as hostess. vacation in Nassau
and will
nau ( Jonor Cltr. k J.
corner Pensacola
condition. -0-
)
$1.30 Per InchCANCELLATION MYRON Situations Wanted NOTICE or SUIT -0- leave for their home in Hor- L
43 3 McGLYNN Realtor Tot on Ckorloi Bonn Jnoph Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Me ; sham. Pa., after a visit with Mr. and Mm. Joseph Robbins -
Shamrock St. J=
BEAUTIFULLY :f.fi
Ph. 488-4974 FURNISH MIDDLE AGED WOMAN desires Too. oro kor.lv ootl l Hughes owner of the Tropic Mr. and Mr*. Schults. on Fairview Drive have 1
JUST ABOUT ED, 2 bedroom home on light fa.*t"c"3US!! born foot** ...1.., Air Motel, are entertaining -0- as houseffuests Mr. and Mrs. ;
housekeeping
by I
P0 BETTY
or COMPLETED! CLO8B .
Nokomis UONNEU.
ADJUSTMENT Two bedrooms, two ; Ave. Available for baby sitting, care of lick, etc. I. .. Cbwtt. Court of tko T..lf ii. a personal guest, Mrs. C. P. St. Cecelia Circle of St.taphael's Clifton O'Dell from Villa 4 \
baths. the season. References ex: Phone Jndleltl Ctraolt' 8oro>... Oountr, Merryman of Union City, Church met in Park Ill.
on the
a large lot paved 488-2448. FIo...... Sod .... }
Request* for cancellation . Walk to beach.: Street changed. Byron Markle, ...oro....vl.horMiy... to uin.onKtordOTOl (lit Term. Mrs. Merryman is i a Church Hall for the regular -0-
Unusual new Realtor Phone 488-4706. rour wrt_ An.... of Dr.... sister of Mr.
fit duitmtnt[ became of trroi design by RADFORD. Acacia tko mplolnt tlM hiraln. ......, .to. McHughe monthly meeting last Tuesday Mr. George Mayleben on
f inuit b. mad. for Thursday Lane, "QUEEN PALMS." Female Help lo tkt ....... onlltM oat,.. I In r the -0A afternoon. The hostesses, Tairvlew Drive has returned
Jffloo 0( tko Clerk of tko Circuit bazaar will be held at the Mrs. Alfred Govro and Mrs. from
GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m Albee Road to Shore Road Business Personals WantedMORE ," hi aol for Sorotott Count. home Sarasota Hospital
Follow signs. S.r_ riorkta. .. or bet... the Methodist Church Fellowship Ray Harris prepared the and Mrs. Byron Robertson on
For
Monday. .
en" Sunday GONDOLIER 488-4885 488- ItO JooTitei. .. ..
o -p of d to ... Hall beautiful
> on Christmas decorations
Saturday Dec. II Vlanasota
5962 Beach
BEFORE 5 488-6851. Dressmaking alterations TUPPERWARE eopr of moO ....o> or .lot.... ooBloloUff. Road J I.
p.m. on draperies 486. Reasonable. Oft R"7 A. '. ..... from I a.m. to 4 p.m. for the tables and served back home from Venice Hos
Jhuriday. NEW HOME DEALERS ARE NEEDED! oddro"''po' 5.. 01'Vm: -4- refreshments of rolls and pital.Thanksgiving.
481-1130 loo. Florid -
Phone 488.3125 In East Gate. 2 Br., Hi Housewives wishing to add to o> "3:11'1: rm tho or kfor lom of toM Fbrido d !t* The Altar Society of St.Raphael' coffee. The spirit of Santa -0-

Baths. New refrigerator FRENCH DRESS DESIGNER the family income demonstrating onl If .... Rnloi fill to of..CMI. ProtOMhiro. D: :. Catholic Church Claus: was present as everyone guests of Mr.
to o
washer and dryer. Completely : Custom made dresses attractive practical, erao rro-Confwo vlll ko ,ontarH* will meet Thursday, Dec. 10 brought a gift to be ex- and Mrs. Joseph Machacekwere

Houses For Sale draped. Large lot. and suit to your exact size. money saving TUPPER- t....the Inrt_roo pl.t.t.10.too tho.nliat aMass. oomondeil. I at 7 p.m. After the business hanged, affording fun and Mr. Machacek's brother
of
well shrubbed. Also alterations. Very reason WARE. Nationally advertisedand olt to for olrano, o>U meeting a Christmas party laughter for all.0. and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John

BEACH PARK CALL 488-4242 or 488-4730 able rate*. Phone 488-149T or has terrific customer acceptance WltBflM of tko M-*T1ioliu.Jodi.'t"k-nri .. tfl-b, A'-DraiH utjCoort ;; Machacek of Coral Cove ,

Attractive Ocala 488-5892. : and demand. For In ... for Sorioota Cotnitr, Pbrtdo, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaw Sarasota.
Block :2 Lots further information write ..a the M.I I of Hid. Own M .._
bedroom 1 bath home. For Sole TYPEWRITERS and TUPPERWARE .oto. Sorwnto Count., Florid, .. tko a-
Adding P. 0.
BOX
ace dor of ,,_her. 1H4.
Florida room, fireplace, gas Machine (mechanically operated 11166 St. Petersburg or call W. A. WYKNRriork WOLFER MOTORS. Inc.
heat air conditioner. Fur WATERFRONT LOTS. Don ) Chemically cleaned 344-8331. of tho Clmtt flint!
Sonuoto Coontr. rkd RAMBLER DODGE
Bay
nished. Priced $14,800. or Roberta Sacrifice.
. 0 $1,500 up. Phone 4886068. like new. Just $1250 plus 01.t BT HETTY, .f. STEERB ?I5 S. Tamlami Trail 488-3965-88.6150
ditcat
VENICE GARDENS parts if required. All makes. Help Wanted pot... N... 10 I 0... t. U. p1,1054L5OAI. I SPECIALIST IN
Venice Stationers
2 BLACKBURN BAY 211 W.
> bedrooms, :2 baths spacious lots. High front. Venice Ave. 4884113.BOOKKEEPING L ENGINE TUNING BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
beautiful natural I will ..
home. Screened MALE not ronnmlMo fw on
AND ?
porch, FEMALE
landscaping Phone 488. outside orhoi modo bf onmo otooi tkoo ma- C Brake Repair Lubricate Chauii
central heat and air condit. sales people wanted. elf M of Nor. IT. sCsi.
2511. Income is. S Front End Alignment Oil Change
Inning Washer rods and Tax State-Federal Wage In Motor Club membership sales ,.... H... let 11M.0. 5. aALTARI5 U. I.. teat C Front End OverhaulWheel AdJust Headlight Basins,
drapes. Many fine featuresIn VISItS NKHIDKM.C!: LOTS the Venice area. Commission .
Personal
this VENICE BUBINK88 SITES Reports, Typing, Balancing Electrical Repair
comparatively new payment plan offers Ilf ThIS
good COUNTY IUDGE'S ('OUR'I'IN
home. Priced 18500. OWNER LOU JACOBS. Mil tilt your home, Champion typist income opportunity on either AND FOil sARASOTA COUNTY. S Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand
. 00 30 year experience. NominalFee. full time FLORIDA, IN PROBATE C Radio Repairs ard Trammiuiofl
Real Estate Charles Z. Nelms, 1752 or part time basis Probnto rile N.. Ittt Repair
Considering building your Banyan Drive, Venice Fl,. Send handwritten resume to Irf ABRAHAM REt ESTATE CRABIU.Domoitd.OF. Atrcondittonlnq Repair and Installation
own home? Have large selection 5 ACRES Venice Farm Road Phone 488-5254. N. M., Box 748, Venice ..
NOTICE TO f iticnrmRATO
of fine horn sites '
to All cleared, well, good wat REAL ESTATE PEOPLE ALL CREDITORS- AND: PER.
fill
your .need. o er. $5,600. Call 488-2790 after needed. Kathleen Wilkinson lANDS SONS RAVING AOAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DE,

5:30: p.m.F. SHEPARD teaches. We sponsor or hire. TOO ,:. hash, sottil.d .4 oN. 4i
FRANK C .. :
RAEBURN at to flit ? sWdm or a..d \ht50F. 8
Enroll now far next class .. ... 1
Realtor H. A. HOMES at n anlMt tko state of '
LUMBER CO. John E. McLaury Abnkom Ormklll, fHr, .nl. tot. of
Realtor
2S1 W. Venice Ave. FROM $100 DOWNAs BnmoU. Conntr. riorU' ta tko of- leave thef
262 South Tamlami Trail. Ph. rio of ii,,. JOHN T.
Phone: 488-1800 or 488-2649 low a* $45 month .1003 N. Waihington Blvd.' .. GRAHAM
SoruoU ,
488-5551 or 4885698.Money CVnntr Jod In tko Coiinlr ,
CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor Sarasota Court H..... ot Soruoto, Florldn. (p b
Ithlo olit, omlmdor month, from th. aspIzInIe1eZ
JUST LISTED Managing, Broker or-ve-i call dun of tko tint.. ,nblleoUo* ol toll

New 3 bedroom, 2 bath home Area FHA Home ELLIOTT PAUL To Loan Notlco.Euk eUlr. ... ...... mint oo tavrltlnv. CntMrai. EhcfricWTHT to us.
306 W. Venice Ave. not In dSiplloitoi. .
In noil I otato
center of Venice. Owner (
leaving. Drastically reduced. Phone 488-2241 ROOF for TRUSSES BUSINESS OR PROPERTY tko plnoo of of the roildoneo. Cl.lm.nt: ond Boot.boll ofdooIddrou b.worn !!!!!! !!!!' \

Small cash payment. No closing Loans. Unlimited funds to or tko Cl.t..... ,.. twos
cost HAS YOUR PROPERTY Alum. Windows A Doors. available. Personal appointment . H or bio a 50.15 nttornorl tltl ob.U ko 054 oooonponMloin HEAT PUMP DRIVE !

o . o BEEN FOR SALE A LONG Contract Roofing & Painting arranged. S. M., Box .. or H.. : :f = t ttl :h'n
""I"'b. Hint foo mnr bo odded keeps
familycomfortable
FORCED SALE TIME AND STILL NOT Phone 488.2132 Venice 746 to tko orannt of .l.l.., sod ol.t. year
I bedroom home, low county SOLD? WE HAVE CUS- form, ...* oo oMoJMo1 from tko CounIT 7r {
Judao'i offlo.
taxes, loaded fruit trees TOMERS LOOKING FOR Mobile HomesSee MART 0. MtUJCrJu : ALL YEAR.ROUND NEW CAR

nicely landscaped. $1,800 HOMES WEST OF TRAILIN Bus. OpportunitiesINTERESTED E 'AdnlnbtrUrtx to of Abrrtua. of tkt utomatfcaflr!

cash no closln,. Low monthly CITY. BYRON MAR- Grab!11. oefOM4 Cools and heats an entire

payments. KLE. REALTOR PHONE IN INSURANCE VAGABONDTEAKWOOD eli CASt P.lmor*. KARI.Y 5.oa4tds Aovraon. home-using' no fuel no -n- t
o 0 . 488-4706. BUSINESS? Have ""._ Fib water Just operating efficiently
BIG SACRIFICE in Venice. 2-20 Insurance license avail Pub. N... 10Doo.. T IC. tl. 1M4. on electricity this ='. RENTAlC I

3 bedrooms able. Write K. L.. Box 746 at convenient, modern way to ,
2 baths, screened Rentals DON & ROBBIE GOOD, GENEROUS TRY I.,
cool and heat home
perch oversized double Venice. MIAMI AP Some your
MOBILE HOMES ( ) days coats .leas than you think.
garage-workshop. Can easily APARTMENTS. Season or AGRICULTURAL SALES 809 S. Tamlami Trail, It doesn't pay to be a hero. Call us now.
be converted to home operated year. Centrally located. For We're looking for an honest, VENICEPh. Take Lou Burdak, 34: LEASE or RENT

Office Beauty Shop Doc information contact Lil at hard* working man to start 488-3414 He Jumped off a causeway

tor's Office or any home ope- Lillian's, 207 W. Venice Ave., with us in the. next thirty The Finest In Mobile Homes bridge to save a drowningman. 5815W. DAY. WEEK MONTH YEARESTIL'S
rated business. All rooms or call 4882525. day. Call on farmer and Instead of hitting I water, ,
very large. Lot 100x150. Was he landed on the catwalk -p
grove owners a* well as BY OWNER FRANKLIN fishing
$24,500 now for sale only $L7,- \;; I.tIfIUSPIIRNIOH5D.. LIARS" '010"HUT. nurseries: municipalities and Trailer with cabana and and broke his right COOUM Rent-A-Car

00 plus Title Policy. Owner CALL. LOU JACOBS. ttt-HH golf course Four calls per patio .On beautifully land- ankle.

must sell Liberal financing.This day will earn In excess of scaped corner lot in lovely Another:: passerby rescued
won't last so phone right MODERN TWO ROOMS bath $100 per week if you follow restricted park. 2 bedrooms, the victim. Burdak went to 744 VENICE AVE. E. 215 S. TRAIL PH. 488-6541 ,
and on one acre lot the hospital. PH. 488-5359
now. garage
. o Venice area. $50 month. One our plan. proven repeat sale 2 baths, screened patio, awnIngs -
Item. Car necessary. FarmIng Chrysler Air-temp Air
INVESTMENT AND HOME adult. Yearly basis. P. O. Box or grove experience help.. Conditioner with or without DISTINCTIVE LARCi'R': ,t

300 yards from city beach. 1302, Venice. ful. Exclusive: territory established furnishings. Wall to wall carpeting -

150' X 160' corner of Barcelona ONE: BEDROOM Apt. fur account turned Has to be seen to be
and Armada. One of the nished. Good fishing. Call over to :you. Wonderful opportunity appreciated. Sacrifice for Real I Estate ,

few remaining top locations. 4885127. to advance Write fullyto $7675 cash complete with fur ornerlDi

Now ha. 2 bedroom home Bob Baldwin Sale Manager nishings. Call after 4:30: p.m.

plus efficiency apartment. BEDROOMS, 2 Bath homein P. O. Box 1109, Winter weekdays, 488-1168. Ij
Excellent site for multiple Nokomis. Unfurnished. Garden Florida. Interviewwill

rental units motel, profes- $75 mo. Near schools. Phone be arranged at our expense. MOBILE HOME OWNERS'

sional office, private club, 488-6068. CAN SAVE INSURANCE flHOMES FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED ] r
etc. An excellent investment YOUR SALES GO '
tt $31,500. UNFURNISHED, 3 bedroom, $ f $ WITH NEW MOBILE From $8,500 to $38,000 ,

. o 2 bath house. Call 488-3109 Misc. For Sale HOMEOWNERS '

BYRON MARKLE, Realtor weekdays after p.m. All day PACKAGE POLICY I I HOMESITES From $850 to $12,500 when you advertise In I'

Ph. 483-4708 Saturday. TWO-PIECE DANISH Modern Exclusive with Edge-Van ACREAGE From $1,200 to $1,500 U J P

DESIRABLE FURNISHED :2 I Sectional. two sets of Orsdale Agency. TRAIL FRONTAGE From $75 per ft. to $200 t __

v...Mt ....11'-1 opoeloCIS opH1-1ereL bedroom duplex. Close to cover Like new. 426-1324. Example: I I
$ 4,000 Broad Form Perils RONALD V. ARONE tf
BARGAIN or lAST TtEMS. beach and town. Yearly or BEDROOM SET. Complete on Coach (No deductible

CALL LOU JACOBS. ....uar seasonal Call 4885000. double It. blue box springs on windor Ref Iitered Real Estate Broker I

-- end mattr*. Phone 468-4294. I hall) L[ I j
TAKE OVER Mortgage payment , 3 BEDROOM House on the 1,200 On Contents (in- 501 Villa' Dr., Venice Phone 488-414 jJ I II

*. No money down water. Nicely furnished SPECIAL! Be the specially eludes Theft at no _ _
screened in pool, 3 bedrooms, long or short term. NPC. Ph. dressed man for the Holiday additional cost) __.
2 bath In Venice East. A 488-3681. parties. 2 white Lord 400 Additional Living
terrific opportunity. Approx. West formal jackets size Expense I 2 BLOCKS TO RIALTO SHOPPING CENTER '

$125 mo. payments with $5,.. BEDROOM APARTMENT 42 and 44. Midnight blue 10,000 Personal Liability I I "'"

I 000 homestead. Phone Sarasota furnished. On Venice beach. trousers with satin stripe 38" 250 Medical Payments I Lovely 2 BR. concrete block home. Tile bath, utility -I:

858-8085, ask for Gordonfor Season. Call between 10 a.m.: and 44". Worn twice. Gentleman PLUS other extension of carport, stove and refrigerator. ONLY $11,200 I I _

appointment and S p.m., 488-2896. too extravagant. Price coverage too numerous to
Choice Venice Gardens lot. Close to trail $1,800 I '
outfit $35. Value $85 each.
4 ROOM DUPLEX :2 I bedroom Phone per 4884263.PERFECT mention Sorrento Shores corner lot 100 x 160. below cost $3,440
HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. *, crened-ln porch. $57.00: per year in City or Li( For Rent Fur. :J-room Apt. $100 month for .alOn.
Buy for balance of mortgage Seasonal. Robert Bay Drive. CHRISTMAS Gift. adjoining parks. Slightly ,

and small down pay Nokomis. Phone 488-1333. Like new Winchester automatic higher tection.outside of fire pro. ; I l HAZELI.CONN I

ment. Pay balance as rent. and case. Call 488-3997. I

Oil heating automatic. Tel. HOUSE AT 712 GROVELANDfor EDGE-VAN ORSDALE IIIG. KKAL P.STATI RROIIKII QALI L SUNlit' _.. _ _
4881321. rent or buy with small GIRL'S WHITE SHOE AGENCY UtlWt TSAIL SORTS 0? ALlIS ri.* '

down payment and pay balance SKATES size 8. in excel- 111 W. Venice Ave. MONMI Boo. 4SMI4S ... =:18. -

BEST BUY ON a* rent. Has new central lent condition, $11.00. Call Telephone 488-M89 I ,
THE WATER BOAT oil heating modern kitchen 488-1021 after 8:00: p.m.: I 'U- ; :
,
DOCK 2 Bedrooms.- LIKE 2 Baths NEW. and 1321.two bedroom Tel. 488- MINK:; STOLE. Nearly new.: WILLING TO COMPROMISE CITY OF VENICE HOME ONINTERCOASTALI r- ;
One-third original price. Ph.
TAMPA (AP) The submarine -Suit. AportMt Itnlooot. OHrof j

Central Florida Alrconditlon Room. and ON THE BEACH at Casey 4884430. Sea Cat was in port A Aooie of charm fititltd/ among lovely ,,,... Viabo' Eoeh, Suite : For : ,:
5100 SMIOB KM Lr h .
o loo
and 2 bedroom > *
Heat Built-in Oven, Range Key 1 Seasonal. Call RAILROAD, HO racewayset and as Jim Metcalf of the 2 Bedroom, 2 tile baths, fireplace central! heat and 3 Br2 Tile' Bathi 2 Car Mram, Kttelm sod loth Pont I

Birch Cabinets Nicely Don apartments.Heath 483-2151 or 488- 40" ft. of track. Com- the Chamber of 'Commerce tailor In tells immaculate air conditioning, screen porch. Completely furnished jneicellent Garage Air Conditioned Slroot (It? WM f u4 Sovoo.Win j _ _
story a.
Landscaped Large Lot. 8688. plete. Cost $70. sail $30. Har- whites was following tart. City water and ewer. Priced at' Large Lot. MI for __ "'.100.08. ,,1
electric guitar solid '
Truly super Buy at Only mony two down TWIM W 000 Don. Tklo ooold koa
$14,899. SLEEPING ROOMS. $12 par type, single pickup. Good condition I Franklin Street pretty in girls $17,500. $39,800GULF Roitoynont OoH Mtawtt, I

CHIPS JOHNSON: Realtor, week. Outside entrance. No- $20. Phone 488-8182. early evening.

308 West Venice Ave, koml area. phone 488-3912. FRANK C. RAEBURN REALTY MARTIN 8. STANCES
488-2241 FUEL OIL TANKSSTANDS.Fuel Finally says Metcalf one SIALTOB I I

Phone APTS., on the beach with oil deliveries. S&H girl turned angrily on the sailor REALTOR W..... f. Toot.. Ktg. f/ole III ... .._ A.. ____
al. or rent. 100 Green Stamp. Standard and said: "Listen. Either __
For *
2 Gulf.BEDROOM :2 Baths, near 519 The pool.Esplanade. Apt. 103. Ph. Heating Service. Across from quit following us, or go get a 251' W. Venice .Ave. Phone 4J8-IWO-488-2M Ph. 4884738 214 So. Trail ""' -.u.1 j ;1 0

By appointment. lice station. 488-4031 shipmate for my girl Inland," .
Cult St., ,Venice 4IJ&- 608, -I e

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refreshments .
the evening .
for During
tution of higher learning
LOTTE In PORT just at least two years It is opento I were served by Mrs.'I Christmas cloth paper and centered mache 'and white other tapers decoration on either lid,
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all residents of -
month, the
Fish Tides membership County. I,Mrs. Wilfred Churchill. The angel, made by,, MM. Traceyr:1 gaily colored gr UR.
The Best Time To By North Port Charlotte cards Homemade deconud
ity Club\ has grown from It cookies were served,
With>
n to 58 coffee.
The second meeting of the
club was held Wednesday :
ks
\ evening at the North Port -
_
Charlotte Community Club
and provided the enthusiasticnew To KiwaniansA
members with :
an
oppor- plea for \
tunity of meeting club officers i- Klwantans t U
,fv'r 1"'" I8 Highlighting the evening use the talents and txptrL
of their
ence former
was a. discussion of plans for officers.
to supervise but
the workshop session of the Ift not con.
+ trol the
activities of
group The club will meet the the
J club wa made by Dr. Rob
first Wednesday evening of
ert Merrill at the
I '. N each'month Wednesday
noon meeting of the Venice
The officers are George C. p
KIwanis Club
I' : This graph shows two high! AWL Average water level and good feeding grounds at Woods, president; Mrs. JohnA. Dr. Merrill
tides which occur 24 hours I If you follow the phases of such a time. MacCosham, first vice i education of Kiwanlan compared\ the
a
I and $1 minutes apart while the moon as explained in last Next week Water and president; Mrs Reginald F. a child in school, A with
and fish the Tides Mr. Snook Prefers. Schueler, second vice presi- Kiwanlan.
there U only 12 hours and 28 weeks article 9 he said, gets part of his !
minutes between a high and Incoming or outgoing tide be- Watch for it in this newspaper dent; Mrs Flavlus C. Wood, cation in his pre-Induction ads
low. tween points A and B, you recording secretary; Mrs. F. studies and the rest in his
R. Henriksen,
Explanation of Graph will have about six or eight corresponding work as a member.
: H High tide-highest water hours of fishing time. Of secretary treasurer., and herid Foster, "But what happens Dr,

levelM course, there isn't anythingto ArnellRohmannTie According to Mrs. VernonM. Merrill asked. "Once he has
High tide-dropping to stop you from fishing other Tracey, membership served his short term he Is
mean tide, average water stages, but the ones shownare In LVWGAOlive chairman, the new members dropped to the bottom and In
best in conjunction with
level represent approximately 200 most cases forgotten. No"01\0
G Mean tide-dropping toI the phases of the moon, and Arnell and Em Ron- schools, as well as 16 states der we have dropouts in XI.\
low tide, lowest water levelL you should note an increasein and the District of Columbia. wanls," he declared.
Low tide-lowest water the catches you make at mann tied for first place in Michigan leads the roll with "Fellowship," he added, "Is
levelC such a time. You see, when the Class A, 18-hole divisionof the most members from any w nothing more or less than ap.
Low tide-rising to mean the tide becomes high, fish the point; tournament held Individual state. The memo y preclative gratitude for the
tide, average water level take on new life, stretch Wednesday at Lake Venice bers come from communitiesin efforts of our fellow man -
1 D Mean tide-rising to high themselves and venture forthin Golf Club the Lake VeniceWomen's the surrounding area including and as you go about !living
I tide, highest water level search of food. Large by Grove City, Venice, BUSY OFFICERS PAUSE Newly elected surer, Mrs. F. H. Henrilsen, corresponding and practicing fellowship,
H Back to high tide, highest areas of grass flats and Golf Assn with Si's Englewood, Warm Mineral officers of the North Port Charlotte University secretary, Mrs. Reginald F. Schueler, second you'll find hspplness will fol.
water level weed beds become flooded Runnerup with a 29 was Springs and North Port Char Club tale time out for refrethment vice president and Mrs. John A. MacCotham, low"you all the days of your
Fran Naegele with a 29. lotte. Persons interested in Mrs. Flavius C. Wood (far right) recording first vice president. Note the Christmas decorations life

; 8-Tlte GONDOLIER, Venice, Fla. Mon. Dee. 7, 1964 Tope In Class B was Marie Joining the University Club secretary, offers a cootie to George C. with a gilded angel centering the
Reichard with a 27, while must have attended an instl- Woods club president, while waiting their ,table. Scouts Pass Tests

IN SARASOTA Leila Hermansen came In turn are (left to right) Sherid Foster, tree. On Camping TripNine
second with 26
a Betty Armitage
RON DEL'S LAMP & SHADE SHOPPE
In the thole division Bee THEY'RE GENTEEL, members of Boy Scout
Stewart set the pace in ClassA REALLY Troop 221 camped out Satur.
Winner At VE
t ,; 1' J n day and Sunday and passed
with 15. Tied for second
CUSTOM SHADES, cloth covered, vinyl", Mrs Betty Armitage received TAMPA (AP) Judgingby second and first clan work
material in the
with 13 points reading
burlap, parchment, etc. MADE TO ORDER place were the prize for low putts in State Department'sreception while on the trip.
AT Reasonable PRICES & Prompt Slce Grace Tomlinson and Ethel play Thursday at the Venice Beverage room in Tamps, therevenooers' Campsite was on the Myak-
Bickle Neah Handley's 13 East Golf Club Women's Association. ke River property of Albert
clientele is becoming
was good for first place in quite genteel and Buster Blackburn The
Also hundreds of lampshade in dock All Class B, while Ida Beake Mrs Justine Steussey turned Scouts were accompanied b)
shapes' and .illL came in second with 11 in low gross score The magazines" Include Don Haucke, L. H. Rising,
We Mode Lamps Out 0' Yas. 'oHI". tic. points A free golf clinic' for the "Mademoiselle, "Vogue""Glamour" Circle George Spicer and Robert
and
November consolation winner members of the association "Family
LAMP REPAIR LAMP REPAIR ." Mallett. Work completed b;
Em Rohmann. will be conducted by the pros
was the members was cooking
1115 S. Trail '/2 block North of Sean Wednesday's event will be at the club at 1:30: a.m. Tuesday Not "True Detective" in camp preparation, trees,
-N SARASOTA match play to par. the place. : shrubs and edible plants Ides

: : : : tification.Campers were Gale Spicer,

I ": :< .... ; Peter Schless, Joel Pearson,
'" r. Richard Barone, Robert Mai.

Come look them .;" .I! left, David I Haucke, Mike
t"
.. ; ,)\ ;, : : ''t' v ; Laps Benny, Geoffrey Beer The Jones troop and is

over .. e.,; .
,1 sponsored by Methodist Men
.":." ,, ,
1'
Methodist
J of Venlce-Nokomto
"
: ."., Church.
Come them : ,.: : I, The four Cub Scout troops
try thanksgiving
I,.> In the area program met for and s time inspection

i .. on Nor. 23 at the
hall of the church.
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RECORD ((7)) CATCH-Youthful angler Eric Stremmer set TRY

i a! Mt some sort of' record recently at Tarpon Center when he landed SARASOTAGOLF

this fighting\ mangrove snapper after'. 215 second bat. CLUB
tie. Eric's finny denizen tipped the scales at 530 milligrams
and measured 185 millimeters, according to'The GONDO DAILY GREEN $3.00
fEES . ,.. ..
( LIER: Fishing" Editor Frank That '
larger. ( comes to about
) Inches .one-half pound). The young Isaalt Walton land Just Off Bee Ridge Rd.
!
I his prig ming spinning tickle and South of Saresote
::::: l li i !)f1 Y --- eight-pound test line.



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