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 21, 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: VID00261
Source Institution: University of Florida
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lew Constable Race South 40 Action : "







Ordered By Court ,


Due On
;4' Tuesday

wit of the disputed Dla- and Caiger was close, with Caiger 548 and Taylor 317.

! constable race between ; the GOP candidate apparent. Voting for constable seesawed ,

,crat Paul Taylor and ly out-polling his Democrat back and forth In the "5,. p? 4 irfn,
Caiger in opponent by only 14 votes
,,'lican. 3 Walter general election A protest was filed with the six District 2 precincts, with e, 1 Bids on the South County predict the outcomeCommissioner Road in Sarasota 'WIthe!
ov Taylor winning in three and j at the
icrapped Thursday by Sarasota County Canvassing ii courthouse facilities, the lowest Fred Haigh commission approved
Judge Robert E Board by Taylor's attorney, Calger taking the other three. of which exceeded architects of Sarasota said he would same meeting last Tuesdayat
t A. Bradford Smith, Immediately The unofficial tally in all six estimates by $50000, make a motion to accept the which it deferred actionon I
ry pedal election will bee following the election. precincts before absentee ballots will be the top order of business low bid of ($325,240 submitted the South 40 project. .
a date to be set by The canvassing board, however were counted was Taylor at tomorrow's meetingof by 0 B. Thompson Inc. According to his calculations !'
3,700 and Caiger 3,690. said South
failed to commission Compares Figures Haigh I
arasota County Commls- act on the protest the county 8th
and certified the results Masel Huston, South County Haigh issued a statement County bid was per cent
> Hensley's decision to I This action threw the case representative on the commission in which he compared costs above estimates while the bid
f* the balloting for into court said he felt definite of the South County facilities on the agricultural auditorIum
able date in the six South Before absentee ballots After Santa action would be taken one and the cost of the agricultural exceeded estimates by 38

y precincts was the out- were counted, Taylor had out- I I way or another but declined auditorium on Fruitville per Haigh cent.also said h. figuredthe I
of a suit protesting theon polled Caiger by 10 votes in
costs of the South County

lor filed had by asked Taylor.the court the absentees unofficial turned returns the tide The, Have A CareAuto FOR 33rd SEASON I facilities, Including enclosed Iii

,
covered walkways
however, giving the Republican space and
out the results on one ;
e foot Other
drivers have been r at $11 80 a square
nominee
in Engle- 14-vote plurality
, machine 9 from which a cautioned to be especially estimates have placed the
i Precinct KMI Cadet Corps cost of the actual office
had been omitted Name Left Off careful during the Christmas
am between Taylor The Democrat candidate's holiday when children space at $32.27 a square footThere I
ace
are out of school was no immediate
name was discovered to have
from the three other I
been Inadvertently left off the Police Chief John Shoe- comment
list of names on the front of key said motorists shonld current members of the
one of the Precinct 9 machines be on the lookout for Returning Jan. 5 county commission as to
youngsters trying out new their attitude on acceptance
about 4:30 election
nandff : p.m. Y /
day, after several hours of bikes, roller skates, scoot r ? or rejection of the Thompson
ers and skate boards i.It I "
voting. firHmoswbid
Caiger was 130 votes aheadof I South County p u bile e ta; Kenutcky, Military Institutewill schools stay here are the I r, Commissionerelect 1
Taylor on the machine schools close Tuesday and begin its 33rd year at its colorful semi-monthly dress Leslie C. Miller, who .
the with the name omitted when will reopen Monday, Jan winter quarters in Venice on parades which are held on the takes office Jan S. has suggested

the ballots were counted 4. Epiphany Catholic Tuesday, Jan. 5th parade grounds across from that South County I
after the polls closed. Final School closed Friday and Col Charles B. Richmond,], the school on Tampa Street leaders get together and discuss I
outcome of the balloting for will reopen Tuesday, Jan fr school president, anounced The cadets take an active revision of the plans for .
constable the three 5. 1 over the weekend this is the part in area happenings Including the South County facilities
on machines I
rail;I in Precinct 9 was date set for the arrival of cadet sports with the aim of lowering the
.
. - p1 aboard a Seaboard Airlines Col. Richmond has been in costa

II Railroad. train. town for several days supervising Venice Mayor Smyth D. 1 f"0
BILKING EFFORT THWARTED''Con : ,The. cadet corps Is some, preparation of winter Brohard agreed with Miller's \. ,' .J
IT PEACHIEvEDGEre 310 strong and the school staff quarters for the cadets arrival
) proposal, saying h. felt the rfl' '
something newt The numbers more than 60 They Members of the faculty
I ticket i taker at RIn,. will be here'' for a three will start arriving soon anda services of the South County i

Bus Barnum &: Bailey Men' Again months period, leaving number of cadets and their facilities are needed by residents \ ,
et quarters is George Rot HIGH STEEL FOR HIGH BRIDGE-A huge 45-ton crane around April 1. The school families are expected to of the area but that ha> \
lot Rutland Rd., Ven- lowered Into place lilt week the first piling to be driven home base is located in Lyn the Christmas holidaysin questioned the square footage r
spend
Hi told us the other day for the new half-mila long span over the Inland waterwayrightofway don Ky.Always. .
costsRasslin
plan are underway for HerePolice on East Venice Avenue. a highlight of the the Venice area. ------_.__.._
imzatlon ot a 'Circus Operating

Club." He said thisp [ i t
would be made up of Floridaland
ants interested in haw Landscaping
closer ties with the Chief John Shockey He added the total coat of

test Show on Earth and reported an effort to bilk a I the material used came to $5

1 it n He wrote Venice woman out of several The police chief said additional .
Singling; : North of his hundred dollars had been charges would be Mother

tions and proudly ..how.I thwarted and at the same lodged against Normile charging South County's Busiest
nice letter received time he warned residents him with doing electrical !
the circus mogul in against confidence men who work without a permit in violation I
h North thanked him lornteret usually appear with the season of county ordinances.

and said, "As yousee Normile was lodged in city desire to go Into the mooncharge of this operation and traction picture, an Indian
we are trying each Shockey said a man who jail and Constable Jack Knuckles A mother 01 live girls six ,to rangor 17, shine business, but will open her green thumb has dug II vllage, billy-oat mOUlltan! ,,
and each month to make gave the name of Andrew W. said a second man, who ing In ages from.tate'l busiest ate a clever mock-up still on much dirt II any of her 15- sea lion pool, and a paddle i
the
Winter Quarters bigger Normile, 22, of Orlando was Identified himself as William 1a perhaps the outsklrta 01 Floridaland'i man crew. wheel river boat also are at i
better and look forward charged with attempted larceny Corrigan, 52 of Orlando was woman these day. town. There Ia more to designing Floridaland.
any other improvementsfuture' by fraud through an effort picked up in Orlando and that She I. Mrs. CUrtil (Boowestern Sttu'l ghost Output 'Solt' and landscaping than meets AIl of these attractions maT I ,:
returned to Ven- bare) Bass, who with her hus-
e to obtain $54295 from he would be To the minds of the the eye In the gardens and be reached by two miniature 1
..och Mrs Abbie Higel last Thurs ice to face the same charge band II handling the biggest Feds and ease the State Beverage walkways for the Base tarntour trains which wind In and f' /

, as w. hate to admit day. lodged against Normile landscaping project ever plan. Commission, the still will dis- Ily, however. For Instance, a out 01 what was once Floro
Coon' ,
It does once in a Alert Bank Teller ned for South Sarasota The traln'l road. I l.Idaland .
just
A warrant was Issued against beautification of Florpense only the mildest sweet giant porpoise pool 1a being Ida jungle. I
e, get a little cool In Normile by Justice of the Frank Siroky, teller at the ty-the multi-million dollar cider. .The operation, howbuilt which does DOt Include bed, of course, 1a also land. I
parts and one day last charging Bank, was and steel soaped
Peace E. S. Raymond Venice-Nokomis attraction complex ever, does represent a noesthe usual concrete l t
we viewed with our .that Normile falsely represented credited with exposing, the alleged tourist part 01 Fioridaland'i old approach 10 often seen at Mrs. Bass and her husband )
, business on .
for wry
on the varied cop which opens
eye inspector Gardens 1ft
himself as an attempted fraud western town which Includes aquariums Fioridaland'i par. operate Tropical
Os worn by circus per- for the City of Venice Siroky became suspicious Christmas day .hoot-outs, bank holdups and poise pool sits In a natural Sarasota, 10 landscaping II ,
er*. Moat of the young and the State of Florida and when Mrs. Higel, accompanied But then, Mr. Bass Her comes lathdancln can-can girls In the setting of plants, flowed, something both aspire to a. '
en seem to lean towards sought to collect the money by Normile, appeared at from a busy lamlly. Golden NUliest Saloon. towering palm trees, hedges a career. When Florldaland ;r fi
t bottoms,"*.topped with er, Bill Rudd, who operates .
for electrical work allegedly the bank to draw out the and lives Literally hundreds of plants and walkways. 1a opened, the Basses will l
ra i of heavier' garb,. thus an import company
the Hlgel residenceat He notified Chief Attractions operate a nursery near the
exposed areas took on a done on money In St Petersburg, has been flowed, shrubs, rock gardens, Many
820 Madrid Ave Shockey and Patrolman Frank hinterterraces and water falls will A deer park II set amid entrance to the attraction I'
hue One executed her the south's ,
Phony Work Covill made the arrest scouring the of park. The landscaping must har I I,
line miles 01 landscaping at landscaping a s
ties clad in a warmer lands for-ol an things-a
"electrical Knuckles said his department the atContinued on pare I) l: ",
coat which didn't Shockey said the investigating roof still Rudd has no intention Fiorldaland. Mrs. Bass Is In And Just to complete I
to hamper her in the work" Included attaching a was \
the
work done by
and spraying
t, wire to a lighting rod ,
the house. (Continued on page t)
it under
-ayes grounding __I I I

ndhand. 'we about keep how reading so and Venice Gets More Venice : "

"ill occupy a box at the Sep / Big
premier opening Could tY

mean an orange crate Smokers Kick 1. .,
.1 see at the arena Is 1st 1 Eye Bank

3,upon sane row boxes ot plain old At UF In 30s Bad Habit f i >

-0Cot v Lab Set UpJohn '
of Christmas spirit f ; I
h. yl 'Rlti Venice received $10,498 this
Venice police and fire ties in the United States with
lon, where they've hung 1se Farley of i Strange as It may seem In week as its share of the tax : I ,;'
eF'YFfo'; : I these days of football supremacy engineering, medical and agrlcultural
uce ot mistletoe. Re. neral Home is wrestlingwere schools on one campus on cigarettes sold in the city I \
boxing and
4 u. to check on the res ida mortitlan to be trainedfor
In 1930 And its Department of during October.
sterile bank procedures
eye at the University Florida, Journalism has been ranked Cigarette tax money re,
-0- Gainesville, according to a second in the country by the
turned to the city from sales
you heard the strains of Farley will work under the
color sound film, "Miracle on Hearst Publications. It is also
epee last Saturday even- supervision of Dr. Douglas 13th Street," shown at the 11th in the country with its last October was $433 higher, t
you really weren't los- tiy Williamson, medical director decline In smoking .
indicating
weekly meeting of the Venice graduates in the foreign service a
Your marbles The Char- t of the Venice Branch Eye .
Kiwanis Club Wednesdaynoon. this
e year.:
Highlander end obtained
Pipe Bank Dr. Williamson
Corps came up to the permission from the Eye Its library Is one of 38 University Over the past 15 years, the "
'rmana' Wharf Restau- Bank Association of Americato The film pointed out that in Libraries having over citys cigarette tax rebate
t for dinner, following proceed with this project, that year, the editor of the 1,000,000 volumes, and is has increased 18 times. During
" appearance In the Port : which he said involves a school paper "Florida Re- unique in that it remains open the same period, Sarasota .
''finite Parade. The High- sterile deforming procedure view" worked his way through dally until midnight has shown an increaseof R
irs were resplendent In l made possible by school by boxing at night. The U. of F. ranks high in only five times. .4.4It
''e kilts of many different % written consent of the deceased The film was sponsored by the business world and over should be pointed out, t K
"' end they entertained or his next of kin. the ,U of F Alumni Association 200 business firms in Floridause however, that Venice baa become -

r diners with some reg The eye Instruments were and the title, "Miracle on Its faculty members as the hub of a rapidlyexpanding
ndin" numbers, receiving nM: provided by the Venice Area 13th Street" refers to the fact consultants South County area
lAd prolonged applause. Noon Lions Club that the university started in In the business part ot the with several subdivisions not

-o. -- Dr Williamson said there 1905 as a land grant university meeting was announced that In existence IS years ago ,
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List on the scene way BBIBHHi MMM M M-* -- an over 30,000 Individuals In with one building To. the Christmas ttees were selling whose residents shop almost
a to San Salvador, El Salr GIRL SCOUTS AID SANTA Members of back row are Patty Edmondion, Holly Smettt, the United States who would day, after less than 60 years fast but that all three exclusively In Venice ;
was the GONDOLIER 305 present stuffed toys they made Pam Smith, Sabra MalleH, Candace Britton, benefit from a cornea transplant the campus coven over 200 Kiwanis locations have some The subdivisions] Include
I'ranlc N Roebuck re Troop at Loveland School to teacher Deborah Caihatt, Bobbie Adr.ln and Mary operation and this Venice acres and contains 147 buildings trees left They are on sale Venice Gardens, South Venice r'

1 that our paper was the for children C. Pontius, (Wt) and MM. Elsa Butler. The troop II sponsored by the Church. participation it felt to be with seven or eight new at the Venice Memorial Park Venice East Cult Shores
Mri. John Mark' Episcopal Church. Co-' scheduled for March Venice Shopping Center and Gulf Manor, Golden Beach.Bayshore .
American newspaper or In the front row" are (left women of St. an important step In providIng ones '
.
twine to reach her daugh Bromley (right) Crawford, Pam Trimmer,, Swan leaden are Mr. Thomas Edmondson end Mn. the necessary donor eyes 1965 Walker's Hardware Store on Estate and many

."there Mrs! L.with A. her Baraona husband re to right Edward) Margl and Melissa. Ednwndwn. In the Spencer Keeter, for this operation. It is one of three unlvtrtlto- the Tamlauni Trail.. others. 'a

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I' 2-11.. GONDOLIER Venice, Fl. Mon. Dec. 21t964 Englewood-Qverbrook! DAR Introduces' Former Venetian Now In Service;

' New Members Airnun 3.o. Michael 3.RouMwtrth me fatter,
MEN
CON Bteq
Obituary ;
of Celena. Calif., Houseworth
:: (Con ln" ,...- page 1)) Mr*. ,W. R. ftritgersMrs. 5M and formerly ot Venice has that the alnnu of Calbs
k HELEN same two men in the area It. B. Paachall were lhtroduced l iiist completed basis training hear from hia W uJ41ikt
,y LOUCLLA MUNBELL Gardens NewsMy II new members' of It Texas His Venice frlll
and that additional charges yacl land AFB !! and address J. !oC
Mrs. Helen Louella Munsellto the A.P,
:, t be lodged. Myakk. Chapter DaufH.t is now attending CAanuteIlT M. R.I. 11'1
"I, home, died 102S Thursday Second Street at, 14n he may""The' holiday/ season U confidence always . MARY E. EfcOCfA r<,of at trill the American group's meeting Revolution ( ) AFB technical school nuts 'FB.'IU.BOX 1491,
a good one for
\ glewood. men and anyone offering Mr. and Mrs: i.. t>:Gillette home on Key Way Court, and are chairmen of the Bazaar. Wednesday
i Ii" Mrs. Munsell was born on to perform jobs aroundthe of Bay Shore Drive attendedthe Mrs. Irma Wilson has movedin Their co-workera are Mrs. Regent Mrs William. .Grov4.
: } Feb. 18, 1904 In Kalmazoo, house or yard should be December meeting of her new home on Bureau Elmer Taetz T. Vincent and Jr. presided'
I Mich. S'1elad\ move4 to Englewood '. asked to show their Blue NARCE Chapter No. 754 at Road .Mrs. Wilson comes Russell Vslller. Following,the The origin 'ot Christmas
I in 1957 from Para Card issued by the Better Port Charlotte. More than 100 from Huron Mich. business meeting a Christmas customs .and traditions, particularly i
dise, Mich. Business Bureau of the Venice enjoyed the covered dish luncheon -- party was held under l those of pagan orl- I
.,::: ''t I Survivors include her husband area Chamber of Commerce after which they. were Mrs. Hugo Fischer of 2045 chairmanship of Mrs. Roger gin, were discussed in 11. talk I
: ::1" u : George Munsell, o1 to legitimate operators aU entertained by the North Forked Creek Dr. has as Mashke.. She was assisted by by Mrs. Elgin Morison.
Englewood; a son, Ramond'i Shockey said in his Port Charlotte Kitchen Band housegueat for the holidaysher Mrs. John Brejack, Mrs. Joseph Six member were award- 2
'i I : Munsell I, ot FowlervlUe, warning, to residents. "These During the business session sister, Mrs. Elisabeth Machscek and Mrs. A. J. ed gifts of fruit cake and Automatic Trent., R ft H
I I Mich.; a daughter Mrs. Barbara Juel l Colorado \ A pin tree was thirty Christmas gift were
after officers for 1965 were elected from Springs. Kroupa. $
Issued only a
''I cards are sent to 64 CHEV. Cony. ....... 52695
': : Jean Mills, of Burmley, the cham and installed. Installation -o- decorated with snow and the Kate Duncan ??? ....
check
,!" 1 Mich,, and a sister, Mrs, thorough" by was in charge of the national Mrs Joseph :Robbins enter. lights and the tables were Smith DAR School 4.SR&H
: Vera Bldelman of White ber. Mr. Wi. tained the weekly decorated with polnsettlas Guests were Mesdames
field vice-president sewing 63 CORVAIR Spyder 1/95/9
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d :' I 'j Fish Point Mich FLORIDALANDContinued ley Dowdy of Jacksonville.Mr. club at her home on Fairview and holly Cleveland. Ray Smith. Mar. ?...
I i It' Funeral services will be in -o- Drive with a Christmas -- garet Baer and Alonco Mey- 2 Dr., H..topT. R A H

dq a t : f Detroit, Mich, and burial will {Continued from page 1)) and Mrs Carl Scanlon luncheon party last Monday. The Monthly Dinner Club er. Refreshments were served '63 BUICK LeSabre .............. 1995
k I : : I follow in Fowlervllle. Rawle monize with the natural setting have returned to their home Present were Mrs. A. J. Ma. met at the home of Mr. and by Mesdamei Thomas R ft
A/T. H. Air
:1':1'I'!: : Funeral Home, Englewood, of the area and in this, at 2312 Twelfth St. in Grove sin, Mrs. James Walsh Mrs. Mrs James Walsh on Fair. Richardson, William Rose Hardtop,
i i ,\ II was in charge of local arrangements. according to Mrs. Bass, there City for the winter. They M. T. Bohon Mrs Herb Port. view Drive) last Thursday H. L. Spaunburg, Robert Ma. 62 BUICK Special Skylark .. 1995
; >: Is a "wealth of undiscovered spent the summer in Mich. .r, Mrs. Robert Kernahan, evening. Guests were Mr. hon and Morton Ashcraft. 4 Dr. Sedan V8 A/T,
:1/: /\: ," igan. Mrs. Howard Venherm Mrs. and Mrs. Horace Krider Mr. Mrs. Owen Serene will be 1
beauty chairman of 62 CHEV Bel Air .......... 1/9S/
;, : .i : Each plant and flower will - Hugo Fischer Mrs. Elizabeth and Mrs Josephine Robbins, a luncheon and e ...,.
'( ALLEN be identified for visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William Juel and Mrs. A. J. Gospeter.! Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gospeter card party planned for Feb. 4 Dr. Sedan A/T R ft. H

1 'I'1: (1!j Convalescent and..., the exception of those flankIng Thompson o n Overbrook Through -the- ways and Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs. A.W.J.Bennett Mute East 13 at Venice the Bridge Ave. where Studio the on '61 FORD Galaxle ...??..?..... 1195
'( Nursing t Home | Lover's Lane. Mrs. Bass Road are planning a Joyous meetings are held. 2 Dr., 4 Speed, R ft HMonza
and M. T.
3, ; i;' / Ii : believes visitors to this feature holiday as they are expectingtheir means committee of the Ov Mr. Mrs Bohon _
J., ? 24 Hour Niininy Service ", erbrook Gardens Assn, bicycle Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ven. 61 CORVAIR 1195
l I : -t of Floridaland will be son and wife Mr. and ......_...
:' I Phone Venice <488470< ilit too busy with their own Mrs. William A. Thompson racks were installed at herm, Mrs Hugo Fischer and Tvinfy-Fotir Hay BriJgt Long Bed. Like New

( ,' ': J PONte OB LEON AVK.GrIFTS r'>. thoughts whether and dreams they're walking to care from Jr. and Charleston daughter, S. C.Cherell the Gardena entrance for the of children Overbrook who her Juel, sister Fred Mrs.Cromwell Elizabeth and At Wwnqti't/' Club/ Party '63 FORD Pickup .................. 1495

much -0- ride bikes to the school bus Thomas Walsh, who fa visitIng Six tables of bridge were 3 Speed Transmission
-\ t through poinsettias ixoraa or letter of here from Long Island In play at Venice
on highway 779 A -Nokomli
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,1I ; ( 1JI daisies. A welcome to two new residents hanks was given to Mr. with his brother and wife Mr. W man'. Club social bridge 63 CORVAIR Panel ..._?_?. 1195
I bug has of Overbrook Gardens: David FOBS vice-president of and Mrs. James Walsh. Wednesday at the North Harbor
helpedthe Mr. and Mrs Frank W. Me-
the association. Those who -- Drive elubhouje.Slams 1495
j jI' frugal economy of Kash Cook, formerly of Cape Haze, signed included Mike Berline. Mr. and Mrs James Mc were bid and made 63 ECONOLINE BUS ............
6 'Mille ISrunning mir. have moved into their new Clark Whltcomb Mike and Neil of 850 Ohio St., are plan- by Mesdames Burton Bakes
t Beverly Jones, Lois Davies, ntn r'etra.hThey' guests for and H. B. Lake and by Mesdames ESTIL'SNEW
UP TO 250 GALLONS fUEL OILyear's Karen and Gale Jones Linda are their i Theron Shiver and J.
\ ,: ( supply) and Floyd Davies, Margaret two daughters Miss Rosemary 'A Weigler. Door prites were
t I !; Cathy and Woody Foss. McNeil from New York won by Mrs Galen Dames, & USED CARS
t tI uts City and Mrs. Robert: Hallock Mrs Shaver .
I OR ONE OF 6 -0- an4 Mrs- lIalt.er. 215 S.TRAIL PH 4886541r
Members of the Altar Society and her husband from Port .
'I f I yge ,a FREE I 50 GALLON and the Holy Name of Washington L. I.
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Ii.. \ St. Raphael's Catholic Church -0-
!i a PRIZES IN THE met in the church hall last To all our readers and to MOBILE HOME OWNERS CAN SAVE INSURANCE $ $ $ $ WITH '
,j t Thursday evening with Mrs. all who so generously help
I Iii. HELSERFUEL John Brejack society president make this column with their NEW MOBILE HOMEOWNERS PACKAGE POLICY

,l in charge. Plans were CHRISTMAS news A VERY AND A MERRY HAPPY ...M year mbU! ..i*., pOnaal! rprty, md.. ,*no.al liability. C....< less' cnwj 'U"
OIL SERVICE outlined for the bazaar to beheld PROSPEROUS NEW (ire, llinint! wi....'.'.., kill; I,|.,!.., aid I .i.ll cmm.tn! falling", .I.ft! vihiilttC
AND
A. J.
,., in February. i..o l.. e.edalise. a millcityi ".1..hl..1hJ.1.! falling .biases, water d i "GUESS THE WEATHER CONTEST" Kroupa and Mrs. Ed H.nsonCity YEARI I testis' aystee/, klcwldf' *, .( w" tr heeler, glass br.iliig., fr..i'g lud. lictnctl dtntg.
Ce applbac..

1 CONTEST ENDS FEB. 15 PACKAai IATU a INflDI CITY 01 IN ADJOIN PARKS
ht PRIZE CourtTen I C.*'it tllf MI, blew eMtlee ef tin svottcrin..

t LH MEN WANT YEAR'S SUPPLY All you hm to do is guess the Mona HO,",', CAR.POBTB.
1
k day, minute end hour that you CABANA, eTC 5 4,500 5 4,000 $1.000 510,001
ki f'' OF MARATHON think the temperature will hit easel were dispoeed of Ice, disobeying traffic signal, CONTENTS 1,100 1,000 2,400 3,000LIA5ILITY ,
In fine $15 suspended.
$25
and three were postponed 10,000 10,000 11,000 ,0,000
FUEL OIU 34. degrees the official Tues. Eudore L. Wattles of Weston
on Venice Municipal Court
Alpaca has an Air COST PER YEAR J e 7' n
\ a e RUNNIRS \JP, Venice Weather Station theru day night.! Mass, disobeying traffic
.. .rf.ul Frank James Tart of Fort signal $25 fine suspended NOTE This plicy has NO DEDUCTIILi. l I' "r..1.l..w "inn doll.r" '...'.". lor eta< ;,, !root,
: :.: mometer. any coin listed ....*.. W* .dnt| cl.I..., iromftly tod. issue claim: cb cki right I* MtHie
L ( Ir sn s .uteew er Myers charge pleaded of driving innocent while to inoxlcated a. $15.James W. Ballard of Albany . *. W. art the InUtlv .get f.r this l."r..t. <-0111I Ike V.iU ATM.eiNcr .
: ... m.t..e.nn.O The nearest to he exact
ours
traffic
guess and his case was N. Y.. disobeying
a wlnn.r. maas
en. r.
Rue o pl. bonu.. lime wins the winter' supply postponed until Feb. IS.I signal $25 fine $15 suspended. ._ /air, GOJAEt'" /;/ A 111 W. Veto Ats.. /V/Cj?

of residence fuel and 6 nearest I Another Innocent plea was 7 m.481.22IS
Jon M. Brunson of Hicksville.
entered to similar charge
: LISTEN TO WAMR queues receive 50 gallons/ by Leon Hope a of Venice Gardens N. Y., speeding, ...treated -

t Mooring, noon and IIch. whose case was post- $35 bond. .
I until Jan. It. Dennis Paul Jones of Venice
I .1I 1- ; night news times. -Prize may be ''rensf.rred.. toned Woodrow Underwood of Improper startv,$25"-fine, .
r TV STAMPS .
f !' Venice Quarters pleaded innocent suspended $15.Hunters \ BILL

--,- f ; WRITE YOUR GUESS IN THE BLANK NOW ing and to entering s charge and of his break-case a 4 srl.11.1\
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MAIL TO HELSER'S FUEL SERVICE will be tried Jan. It. Still : PHIWPS
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P.0. BOX 745, NOKOMIS, FLORIDA Cases disposed of included: Ir #
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I CONTEST ENTRY CARD :North Port Charlotte, failure Have ChanceTo :

f I My guess on when the temperature first hits 34'I I t to yield the right of way, $15

I in Venice is: fine.

ii' : I speeding Joe Roberts, $30 fine of, $15 Laurel su- Make Kill

", month date hour minute spended.
Nancy Leah Bradshaw of I Hunters who failed to makea 0r
NAME Nokomis, speeding, $20 fine kill at half-time In Flor ,
r I II I ADDRESS $15 suspended il ida's 1964-65 hunting season # t
1 I II Richard Martin Satava of ending! Dec. 6 are remindedby
I 1. ; ICITY & ZONE Venice, failure to have vehicle J. O. Brown, of Lakeland,
I under control, $15 fine supended. regional manager Game and
I ; I ;' : LORD JEFF 1 Type of equipment we now have. Fresh Water Fish Commission .
t I Approx. Capacity of tank Beulah Keiser Schoeckel of that an equal period of INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE
f age failure to yield the weekend hunts left
i The one sweater that Venice, four are
I I PH 488.4146 488.4959 right of way, $15 fine. In which to bag a deer turkey
,: ; j .: answers every casual I II' Ernest A. Kukkuck of Ven- wild hog or small game,
!t'' I or even a bear.
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j t 1 need. 100% purer
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This yesr's hunting season
'I) w J alpaca. extends through Jan. 3, with

I' i;!."I: ,A!i 27.50 DID YOU KNOW THAT G & G METALSHAS continuous almost, all everyday wildlife huntingon management '62 58

i! "..1 I f, areas starting with

:, j! SsF ; THE LARGEST STOCK OF. ALUMINUM AND SHAPES AND the Hunters Christmas may well keep, holidays.shells G IDESOTOI

t { i j FACILITIES TO 'FABRICATE AND WELD ALUMINUM IN SOUTH handy guns oiled and gear CONVERTIBLE
II ready for I spirited, gamey,
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r i I'I''f Brown also said that hunting 295CORVAIR
; success has exceeded expectations
2237 S. TRAIL PH: 488.3048 or 488-5784 SOUTH VENICE and that game
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: sion-managed hunt areas J- 61
j ; j ::I;,, ready equals st half-time the
;j season's total kill a year ago.
For example turkeys bagged -
i ip on the Flsheatlng Creek
] STANDARDHEATING Atlla reached 291 on Asa 8, 700 Serlet
the same number taken In all 4
ij ::1 of 19S3-S4. Fifty-seven deer 995
t J,hi I' and 141 wild hogs have been '62 '
i : I ) checked out of Avon Park, a* 60METO
SERVICE
fr. compared with 92 deer and
149 hogs for all of last year. MMBLERH
4'1'' Twenty-two deer and 22 turkey

I'I'I FUEL OILWE Area taken compare on the with Rlchloam 23 deer iRDTOP

', ", $.(J and 214 turkey for the total II95
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p . season of 111S3- 4. \\l/1/
Kill reports through the
a FROM $1,50
GIVE wildlife weekend management of Dec. 6 for areas 13

within or nearby the South
j COLOGNE & SHAVE Florida Region Include M
1 deer 42 turkey. 1,133 quail fORD DEALER
BAR GREEN STAMPSPH. 133 squirrels 275 ducks, 08
hogs and 193 snipe. 2 YEAR
20 different fragrances
1 TO CHOOSE FROM WARRANTY
BURIED UNDER BEER

TIES 4884052E. MIAMI (CAP) A gunman
byBOUTIQUES held up a Miami grocery

Venice Ave. Across from Police Station store then made robbed certain it of the$125 clerk and '58 RAMBLER ...?..?..... $395 '58 MERC Wagon ...... $195

wouldn't call police too quickly .
'57 CHRYSLER ?.......?. $295 I' '56 'CHEVY 2dr. .......' $225
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Gallagher lief on the floor '57 FORD Convert a?... $295 '60' VAUXHALL........." 5399
ef CALIfORNIA Then he piled cases of beer
and soft drinks on the clerk's
back and arms The robber
was almost out of sight before .
Gallagher was able to BILL PHILLIPS FORD"The

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$1.00 up Labor The U.estimates 8. Department that Flor of ,Most Affordabl.' Fords In TAe South"

S I 225 W. Ph.Venice 488-1420 Ave. WE ACCEPT ALL STANDARD CREDIT CARDS Ida'1,271.000 labor force workers will Increaseby between 1562 So, Trail Phone 488.67.7I .

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King WnesfauV' "0 Holy Night. ," "Deck sing that tatter caret' "Jingt Bolls" --Th* GONDOlIER Vn7e, Ra. Mo., Dee 21, 1964

the Hells" "What Child I Is This," and But whether you \live In Main or Florid s ---=

; Ij'' / "Jingt Bells" depending on what part of *, New York or California, you are sure
this country or of the world you are sing. to hear same of this wonderful Christmas THREE EXPERIENCED BARBERS

f ei Ing. For you could not expect carolers music this year. For community singinghas -
,
M i In the Venice are. to enthusiastically become popular all over America. To Serve You Best

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:I W Library ColumnBy '
! DON PULLEIf
F 'i It l miBrat: or TIm ASSOCIATED: raw *_ mmn or .na. swami PRESS ASSOCIATION B. LARZ NEWTON

'j, 1w Aw.rw ...... r ___.." ."uu.l. r r. fr ..r.brwtd 1 &II .... un"reb.-drrd ra Editor FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
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,:' i Ii EDWARD D. BALL ............................... ....." Editor and Publisher tist Convention declares that the light of OPEN 8 e-m. to 5:30: p-m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
SAM DILLON ... ............................... News and Nawsphoto Editor .wyM/Vij/ else >III ow /language sAoi/M
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< it COURTNEY WILLIS .................................... Advertising! Manager ofJ'b.g.' perish' would alone/ show *the WW
I J WILLIAM A. MEYER ........................................... Shop Foreman ; and
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'," ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES la county $5.29 per 'ear. $3.25 per six months *2.75 best sellers In the United Stats that Church or In your Free Public Library. YOU !
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I .1' I Merry Christmas

lj Christmas Music The Editor: course the northern visitors To The Editor;
In your Dec. 7, 1984 issue will not mind because they I read your letter in the FOR
UCIrSC
\1: II By W. Earl Aumann you have printed what appears come with the necessary finances paper about the John Birch
,. \ to me to be one of the to subscribe to pay Society. Did you know John I WISH I HAD A. .
.
i f reasons why our great country entertainment. The dollar Birch IS a missionary in
iI.. i' I : The music of Christmas! It Is certainly true. that soon of the first is going down the international entrance price will be of no China who was stabbed to
; : Wh.t.n integral part of holiday far songs of this type were accompanied by socialist path along concern to them. However to. death by the communists because LITTLE PROFFIT
with every other country.To those living on modest pensions of his wonderful testi-
ji ;4i: I tivitiei; ; it hat become, yet it b only i iu in exceeding happiness and dancing. How be more explicit on the the price for what used mony and living example I TO BE IN BUSINESS FORL
J: the lifetime of most of us that caroling ever many feel that the word has the left hand side of the page you to be free seems rather high. say IS because his work liveson
)' As in the I have look. in the hearts of the Chinese
derivation the editorialize against the Supreme past
had iH. rebirth in America. same as word "chorus. M. PROFFIT INSURANCEP.O.
r Court decision which ed forward all year to the people who loved and
!! The yea was 1910. As Christmas preparations At first carol singing meant group singing is making a democracy of return of the circus, and will worked with him. Box 24 LAUREL, FLA. PH. 488-46(3
: were being completed a Mrs. on any festive occasion but now"carol" this Republic of oun, thus certainly miss seeing the familiar So far I am not a memberof
I i !: Cram of Boston remembered legends of refers" specifically to Christmas taking away the legislative faces of those wonder the Birch: Society but cer
ful actors and especially the
protection of the minority. On tainly admire the plan they
i I medieval England, where "waits." a group music, sacred or secular. the right side of your same brilliant and witty choreographer are working for: a rededication -
t.!I"I of musicians: and lingers, went through th. Medieval carols seem to have been writ. editorial page in answer to whose running commentary of the hearts of the pea VENICE AREA
i streets at Christmas time playing and ten as scripts: for religious drama. Vivid a reader who suggestedeven has always been ple to a new loyalty to God
( provided you with information pleasing to say the least. to home, to nation, and a
: I I! singing songs and carols for small gifts pictures in the verses move the listener to read) that you Having fallen in love with higher moral standard for
': it t of money from scene to seen . moods change state what you see wrong in the circus its personnel and those who belong. NEW RESIDENTSFLORIDA

.-I !! ; She reached for her telephone (I.. ladies from coarse humor to reverence as the an ion issue Magazine of American. Opin- the annual wonderful departure animals from, their Venice You those might who out are of concerned respectfor

', will) and within an hour a dozen story of the Nativity progresses.. In on* Perhaps if you would read has been a rather sad about the upbuilding of people GREETING SERVICE INC.
l' neighbors had promised Mrs. Cram to old carol shepherds even respectfully give a little more of such writings event in the past. to print this answer to invites to call Hostesses
light candles in their windows on Christ. the Bethlehem Babe a "bunch of cherries as you asked to be excused Unless having an appreciative the question aforestated.I you
from, you would not seem to audience on hand to applaud am a senior citizen of the
mas Eve, and come outdoors to sing with and a feathered songster be standing quite so alone during rehearsals is a Venice community.. ETHEL TUCKER 488.3134
I her Religious folk songs were often sung screaming about the injustice distraction it would seem MRS. HILDA L. VAN ZYL
r Th. group expanded each year and at holiday revels debasing the spirit of done you by the Federal Gov that it would pay to have a Venice. FERN CALDWELL 4884014A
C, ernment. In fact you might more modest price set up for (Editor's Note W* agree
I Beacon Hill (where. caroling had once Christmas. Puritans coming Into power even be able to help awakenthe tickets until say dress rehearsals there are many things to be
G 1 I been an offense against the state) won frowned on such pagan excesses. They people with the truth. begin. In spite of done about our sagging phone call will bring a prompt
.1 national fame as the home of modern claimed festival music was sacriligious and I heartily recommend the feelings for the less fortu- standards but If It takes an visit with and gift certificates
magazine American Opinionto nate, the writer has purchased organisation such as the maps
,: I American caroling dishonored God. any and all who would at two tickets for the open- John Birch Society to correct from local businesses.
1( That first night of caroling in Boston They outlawed Christmas! A Puritan least like to know what the ing. them we're la a far
j gained nation wide publicity and the law of 1644 mad Dee. 24 a market day. truth is, at least as It is seen Sincerely yours, worse predicament thanwe'd
from the conservative standpoint K. L. HARRIS ever suspected.)
:1.-: I Childrens Aid Society of St. Louis, (my Shops were required to stay open and a I would like to repeat
i hometown) seized on the idea as a means stiff fine, even a jail sentence awaited reader Eaton's challenge to
I I of raising funds to carry on their worthwhile anyone caught celebrating Christmas. People you and extend it a little.

A charitable activities as well as bring. obediently wore straight faces but readers Perhaps what you would you see tell wrong your OPENINGCHRISTMAS

I ". Ing Christmas cheer to the lonely. hummed merrily under their breath.Chirst- with the John Birch Society.
I t In 1911 the Christmas Carolers' Aslociation mat music went underground. When you ask to be excused

j f: ;,,;1 : was organized and over the years The Restoration eventually opened the Opinion from I reading say O.K.-American it's stilla

- ', t tl I the interest has increased to the point door for Christmas music to com back relatively free country but DAY
.4( I of enlisting a thousand groups of carolers into the church. it is rather ironic that you
,:' f I who bring cheer to state and privet institutions Some 18th century sophisticates, however help only true stamp journals out one of fact of and the

; . r to hotels and restaurants, and found folk songs too simple for opinion in this world of ours
t 1 to residential neighborhoods each Christ their taste. Holiday spirits clamored for and the same time scream AND EVERY DAY THEREAFTER
i' l : musical I and this time about the injustice being done
\ ; mss expression it was at the Supreme
i our country by
I ;.;t.' ; I', In recent yean they have received more some of the most famous composers fashioned Court. I submit to you that
i:1: .I than $50000,. annually to contribute to 75 "rspctabl Christmas music this would not happen people if you FABULOUSTLOWBALAND
Ii Ii : .; child-welfare agencies in St. Louis area. Bach wrote his exultant oratorio and Handel were and the better American informed and

:t .1 The organization has functioned so smoothly created the "Messiah with its mar} that Is all in this world that
I i" ; and with very little overhead that nifient "Hallelujah Chorus." the John Birch Society is try. i

I ,: t other cities are copying the plan. No one ts sure who wrote "Adsts tog American to do-help people inform with the the

i r fi x t'j e e e Fideles" but credit Is usually given St. truth before It is too late.I .
)j f t{ No one knows exactly when caroling Bonavmtur This hymn was a great. fav- urge you and this all of your!
1 a j In the world really began. But no doubt mite of Teddy Roosevelt Isaac Watts readers Yours to help truly cause

j t the first of all Christmas carols that was composed "Joy to the World" In 1719; Dean C. Austin M.D. b
} I sung in the heavens by the angels wasII the music for the hymn was adapted by VeniceTo
| "Glory to God in the highest and on the Lowell Mason from the "Messiah."
Earth good will to men," the "Gloria in For "Silent Night The Editor:
1 HolyNight" '
many years
r I, It will no doubt be a surprise _(iamq ?tmddcs ac Scan"
Encelsis Deo. considered folk and
was a song and bitter disapolntment
II W* also know the earliest writer of Michael Hayden was given credit for to our retired pension
Christian songs was St. Lute, the author being the composer. It did not appear in ers to find that they can no
In at the circus
' roc, i of the Third Gospel, since Chapters I and print until 1840. However others claim longer auditorium drop, purchase a cup
t r (j 2 were the basis of many of the well this best loved Christmas hymn was composed of coffee and a donut or havea

I' .1 ; known songs we enjoy each recurring season by Franz Gruber on a guitar In spend nice a lunch little, and time be watchingthe able to WESTERN GHOST TOWNWildest

a I Handels "Messiah," for example Oberndorf, Austria in 1818, with Father progress being made with
I ii found its and content in the Mohr various major acts all
; inspiration Joseph writing the words. the
the food. Of West in the Southl Real .hoot-em uptl Can-Can Girls dancing to the
t Christmas message of prophecy and fulfillment W* older Americans, however will remember gratis except rinkle-tinkl piano in the Golden Nugget Salon. Take the ox cart ride.
as portrayed in the Old and New "Silent Night" most vividly
i Testaments. through the marvelous voice of Madam

,i i ;t By many, St. Francis of Assist Is credited Schumann Htinck. In Germany, the E'wood WWI PORPOISE SHOWS
as the first to make caroling popular. popular carol "0 Tannenbaum" rants second

j t a St. Bonaventure, in the Thirteenth century to "Silent Night." Vets Install Floridaland'i Showmen of the Sea give you the most unusual Porpoise show you'veever
s describes how In the year (1223 "0 Little Town of Bethlehem" was written teen. Feed the Sea Uoni. Enjoy a cruise on the Harbor Queen a tmwhl

St. Francis, wishing to "inspire" the people I by Bishop Phillips Brooks, in 1868, In ENGLEWOOD New of. river bat
with greater religious fervor, received answer to his Sunday school class' request ricers of Barrack 2744, Vet.
; permission from the Pope to setup for a Christmas song H* had visited In erans of World War I, were DEER PARK

I i a "Praesepe" or Manger In the little the Holy Land some three years before mal aeated party at a combined and installation Christ- BRING THEFAMILY Hand-feed pet and photograph tarn deer ONE

k village of Greccio, near Assisi and worshipped In the church of the Na Tuesday at the American Legion no f fences, |lust you and the deer. Look up and
i ), Christmas mangers, or cribs, were not tivity. Hit organist, Lewis H. Redner furnished Hall. area the characters on Billy-Goat Mountain. ADMISSIONFABULOUS
l installed officers include
t I t I'' a new thing sine lack of boots and inability the tune from a melody he had Newly Arthur M. Jones, com- TO
s ..11f ' to read mad it necessary for the received In a dream mander, John Brejack senior TOUR TRAIN PRICE

: priests and other religious laden to interpret "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" was vice Schultz commander junior vice; William commander Tour trains take you verywhar* through Fabulous
::f"! the Bible to their congregations written in 1730 by Charles Wesley, the ; Ray Mortimer Floridaland'i Fun-Packed 50 acres.. Vary lift!. Western Town 1 Shows
1 through literal representation. But St. younger brother of John Wesley, who quartermaster; E. R. Bacon, walking. Western Town Shops
Francis caused a sensation by having live founded the Methodist denomination It three-year trustee; CharlesW. FLORIDALAND Can-Can Girl
Walter Judge advocate, Porpoise: =
.' animals in a stable, complete with a Is said he was inspired to writ thislovely and Powhatan Green chaplain INDIAN VILLAGE Indian
supply of sweet-smelling provender. hymn while listening to the .
Ij ring. OVER Here Is the most fascinating and authentic Indian Tour Trains
Crowds flocked to his church to seethe ing of the bells as h* waited to churchon Installing L. Shaffer officer state was senior Barry Village In the stat. Real Seminoles a priceless Whisky StillGardens I
manger and listen to St. Francis singIng Christmas morn. vice commander. museum and Trading Post..
the gospel In a joyous manner. As a "0 Come all y* Faithfu" known to Auxiliary officers Installedat THE Deer Park

p 1 result Greccio: became famous for Its have been translated from the Latin the Willis meeting president are Mrs.; Mrs.Helen 40 Acres of Gardens Billy-Goat SeaUonsCHILDREN.MountainNOIIDAYS

crib and the animal provender was kept "Adest Fidetes" but sine it was probably \. Hattie Keightley senior vice
as a miraculous cure for all disease. changed several times over the years, president; Mrs. Ellen Green, Nearly 200 beautiful plants, flowerr and shrubs .... 1.25'm.k.
Others claim carols were the layman'smost its origin In ,Its present form Is very junior vice president; Mrs. .sight Florldaland to behold.Gardens and walkway a beautiful ADULTS .." 2.25
Eva Smith, secretary; Mrs A PERFECT =
beautiful contribution to his religion controversial Mabel Ferrier, chaplain; EXTRA
over the years. Soma vn argue that the "Away In a Manger' '!s said to have Mrs. Marian Kellerman WAY TO COME TO RIVERBOAT
ballad type of carol Is the only type of I bean Inspired by Martin Luther's "From treasurer, conductress; Mm ;Lillian Mrs. Schultz Faye FLORIDALANDAdalfi $1..00SPEND

true Christmas tongs since they are the .Heaven Above I Come to You." Of course Mortimer three-year trustee THE DAY! -
a ones that have been handed down from ; Mrs. Beatrice Devlne, Ox Cart Rid .75
I i generation to generation there are many other favorites such: as guard On Route 41 North of Venice

"I I Even the origin of the word "carol" "God Rest Y. Merry Gentlemen," "We Female cones of the bristle-

ts In doubt sine the word comes from the Three Kings," "Cherry Tree Carol," "The con sharply pine bristled are purple scales and, givingthe have OPEN EVERYDAY CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 9 TO SUNSET

I ti Latin which means to dance In a ring.!! First Noel," "I| Saw Three Ships" "Good species its common name.

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rrives Today For Holiday an early afternoon wedding in standing candelebra and OI1TGOmERY M ROBERTS : :-
( Saturday at Venice-No- the chancel was flanked with '
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komi Methodist Church, Miss arrangements of white gladioli ii,
Louise F. Spear of Pavonla and chrysanthemums In O' "

''ith Grove City Parents Drive William became B. Nichols the of bride Columbus of- standing.The bride's baskets.only attendant J)) eweaq 1 ,, '
I Ohio. was her close friend the ala. ,

The tingle-ring ceremony ter of Elliott.the groom The, groom Mrs. Clarence was 'SRI SARASOTA downtown BRADENTON ., ;

, ot the few Naval air H. arrives home for the wa completed hi November I attended by Sam MUliaor\ of ST. ARMANDS KEY '
\\II -make it the hard holidays? today from Whiting at Saufley Field, U.S. Naval Hollywood. FREE PARKING . It rear of stare
r.without college train. Field in Corpus Christ where Auxiliary Air Station, in Pen- Mrs Nichols chose for her 1Be ':,
\Into Uncle 'course he is undergoing Jet 1-28 carrier sacola. wedding costume a suit ot 1\\
beige silk brocade, worn
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pale
training
flight I Lassen of Grove training training., during His which pre-flight ha was Cadet Lessen attended VenIce with matching accessories. on angel hit Christmas . and bringyour )
a Elementary School, com- :
one of the top ten students, the She carried a bouquet of pink Hit to Montgomery Roberts :
pleted junior high grades roses and carnations and her gift "
at Englewood School, and In the same : \ ,
was graduated from Venice 1 veil hat was everybody hat a happier holiday \

High School in 1960. He is pale Mrs.beige.Elliott wore a suit of when M-R plays Santa I I'' ,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. blue-grey silk brocade with t t tI
W. Lessen of Grove City. : matching accessories. She I
The cadet enlisted In the M- carried yellow roses.
Navy three years ago and The reception was held at '
took his basic training In San i Myakka Gourmet room which VANITYpleats FAIR \
Diego. At his own expensehe was decorated in pink and
took the qualifying courses white flowers. Mrs. Mary Bishop -
needed for cadet work at presided at the guest I'P
San Diego City College and book. treat
a '
I. other schools. Later he was The couple will be at homeat you
transferred to duty In Tennessee 135 E. Schroyer Place in .
'+ and later to Pensa- .Columbus after Jan. 4. ;,
cola where he took the competitive MRS. WILLIAM NICHOLS The bride is. a native ol r I I
examinations and ,Northampton, Mass and 1
was appointed to the Naval was performed by The Rev. came here to live in 1958. She There's a flutter ot pleat C &
Cadet Training Program. John Louis Jonei. Mrs James is a member of Order of Eastern
Cadet Lassen will be 23 Hightower was organist. Star and Venice Business fa (the back and the front oft 1 1I
when he receives his commission The vows were read before and Professional Women's .
:
I this dream whirl nightdress, ti '
st Mt as a Naval aviator. a background of white tapers. Club.
t rye The groom is associated I II and a big soft bow tied at y.,
and Southern
I with Columbus I II
Methodist WSCS Circles Ohio Electric Co. in Colum I the pretty round neck.Mora

bus.They expect to return to pleats swirl on the floatypoafeteered / :

To Meet Monday, TuesdayVenice Nokomis the late to spring.Baptist make\ .their homein peignoir. And, f@r

liked Vanity Fair nylon i i t (, i ,
December meetings for circles Devotions will be given by I
of Woman's Society for Mrs. Ray Lapping and Mrs. Chapel moot pleats,they swirl on I r
Christian Service at Venice.I Ethel Bickle will be in chargeof throeghthe
Naval Cadet Linen and on forever, flying
Clyde Nokomis Methodist Church the program.
will meet Monday and Tues- Ruth and Hazel Woodard Plans Christmas : sods and drying themselves)
Circles will not meet In De '. t
day.Monday the Frances V. cember. Eve Program : nice as new!! Sbes S,M,I* tI,
Curry Circle will meet at the
home of Mrs. H. E. SterlingSr. The set,$29.9
of Ravenna Street at 1p.m. Grange Party, The recently organized Nokomis I
Devotions and programwill Baptist Chapel will I Cara aioo4 $12,96I
SmorgasbordOpen
be given by Mrs. Russell have a Christmas program at
Naramore. Each member To All 7:30: p.m. Christmas Eve at I I I II II
Adventist
Seventh Day
is to bring a &1ft. I
On Tuesday the Porter Cir Mr. and Mrs Ernest Kuk- Church. 1
cle will meet at the homeof kuck will serve a smorgasbord Each of the four young peo I[,
Mrs. Thomas J. McVeigh' to Grange members and ple's departments will present I +
of Bayshore Drive, Nokomis, all others who wish to attend short programs after which I'a
Mrs. Russell Tilt Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Venice the
at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. John Gill, wife of t
will conduct the devotionsand Civic i Center.A pastor, will give a Christmas ..., ', 1 1i
will use pictures of the $1 donation will be requested readJII,.
Holy Land, taken on a recent and those attending i
trip there, for her programon are requested to bring their Ronald Garavalis. genera! I TI
the trip.Martha table settings. chairman with Mesdames C. I yl
Circle will meet A regular meeting and B. Wilcox, Marion 0. Turner, j
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Christmas party will begin at Ronald Garavalla and P. D. 1 rr
W. E. Deaton of Palm Ave., t p.m. and is open to the Baird In charge of the department i .
j Nokomis, also at 9:30 a.m. public. presentations.
Members are reminded to
1 leave contributions for the Candy and cookies will be itt'
F&AM Lodge Christmas basket at -the I distributed at the Christmas '., r. '
home of Mrs. Etta Huntley of ,.
Will Meet TonightVenice 23 Frances St., Nokomis, by tree.The . 1
Monday night public Is Invited. v I
Lodge 301, Free and ,
Accepted Masons will meetat The GONDOLIER Venice, Fla. Mon., Dec. 21, 1964-S AI
8 p.m. today (Monday) in
the Masonic Temple on East : "
Venice Avenue.Refreshments. Are You A GOOD Dancing P rlner7'ARE ., "
will be served YOU FUN TO DANCE WITH? i \
following the meeting to not take advantage of our . t LT'I
which all master Masons are ,
OFFER . for younelf. :
invited a delightful gift . "Complete)

.4 L 1 Old Tyme Dance Club PrIv._ Includes... 4 Group: and! 4 Social :I'I i ..

Gives Christmas Party for ..... ...... $32. V
Teens 4 Children's Special I :1
A Christmas dinner party 24 Lenora for .........$30 : '
by Old Tyme Square and I' i iI
Round Dance Club will be FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIO I It
held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
It Pier
Sarmora
toy
OverfooMng
Center.
Venice Civic
Those attending are requested 1233 Gulfrtream Ave. 958-4475 Opea 10 ......to 10 p*. ; \, \
to bring their table John R. Gordon. Licensee( Member Sarasota C. ot C.
service. I I ;
During the instruction Mr-
fad from; 7 to 8 p.m.: Oliver I
Cunnings will review "Clari I

net Haversham.Capers"" and Hills of _. i..i t:, ,

The dance will begin at 8 '

p.m. cW Soplllltlcltl ...IIY..comP/et./ .,French..the charm of JC w ,
Nokomis East Assn. bft : REVIENS Is the magic of Paris JE REVIENS (1 Win Return) '
the perfume that fulfills promise. Bottled In Lallque. made, !!
Everythingseems To Meet f On Tuesday packaged and sealed hi France. Yours to |iv ...to keep. ; t
fJ&wfor taftiMM ems ..,.to $..* CM d*Coloene$10 to 3.11. 'I i
to go Nokomis East Civic Assn. t: rata. ",1II4I1atA1 ON till willa...... ".
;.
will meet for a dinner and give the little
business session Tuesday at
smootherwhen 1:30: p.m. at Nokomis Volunteer t that does.aJoU .
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Fire Dept. Hall at 8:30
consul tot ion phone.
p.m.Members and guests are I venice 488-5812.. or 483-6335.. 1 1I I1 I, ,
reminded to bring identification I ) ',
you have tags. l lI lI
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FINANCIALSECURITY "tl't'I GgrtQt" "it for Gift of Distinction I t.
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SARASOTA REPRESENTATIVES Of

r' ... TIFFANY & CO. New York i I .

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. ... yea eem M w<... Vie *... IM IMPORTERSDESIGNERS I I UET- I II tI
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.... walls easiest tbw, yea Hwt"" w.rfwM SARASOTA Phone 958.3237 I

fettles el wall Wl'" erf _",,,. S*, ...* M T 'i : 6.95 : F

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sey VM take HM flrH IMp I plus test t,

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iF. t by Rffi( $ I: "

SARASOTAIFL1LDI DIAMOND MERCHANTS PRECIOUS STONES t j
"Boodle"the ROW iKrtch that CONb"t" t
t PLATINUM DIAMOND JEWELRY
3G d I bog and blflfoU. One side occommodo> ,
GOLD JEWELRY SILVERWARE r
PEARLS
camped.epstk-'. lie. Other side I 'V
: eanrlnae and loan aesoolatlonM SILVER Gorham Kirk International Reed & Barton Lunt Heirloom provides* (1)roomy pine for change,key, ". .a
i Tiffany
charge plate end ouch((2)) tlppered bilKfloni i I ,
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WATCHES: Omega Rolex Patek Phillipp. Titto Movado VacWon t Con- ry''
and. wMi cardandphotoeeu. {
(3))pocket '
DOWNTOWN qSOUTHtGATE dentine CHINA Lens Franconia > Oxford -ALSO 14K Gold Charrm Brace'O I Soft,etched eewlude. to 1
seamy
eW Ittl1 to leti Pins Earrings -Necklace Ring 14K Gold Antique Reproduction . . colon thai peel wad to give. several ''

Mtwlar8tnuaNalta GUI; GATE I $.VtNICE patwtI QUALITY WATCH JEWELRY REPAIRING BRIDAL CONSULTANTS li'I: Indwftng on*to yevnetfaval ', .

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6-Tho GONDOLIER VenTc., Fl.. Mon.. Dew 21, 1964
$ ,, VV-D BRAND Quick Frozen Ccv't Insp. GRADE "A" BROAD BREASTED''

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; : The Price Is Right. . The Quality's Superb f! rr K SPRAY WlIorurJellr R
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;. I. H.r. It the ultimo) In fin.Turk.ys.W. or.off.rlng you th. '., THRIFTY Na 300 Cans R
same fin. Grad. A quality turkey many families tnjoy.dev.r t nry MAID Z JeIIr Z 5c E
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th.Thanksgiving holiday Th.M plump m.afy broad-
I"" br.ait.d bird. or. of iuptnor flavor, fr.. of pin foath.r
l "I and or. r.ody for stuffing with your favorite dr.ung! r. '' ,; "" ,,'' LWt T.1 Y oar Gore I 1 1e
y" COME: IN. . take advantage of our budg.t .avin' print t I '
j and serve family th. finest Turkey available at I "
: i,I 1 price anywhere.your any w.--- ', ll--,,,,,,."'" A A .

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i! ARMOUR STAR OVEN READY QUICK' FROZEN

Stuffed Turkeys . b' 55<
,I l LONG ISLAND QUICK FROZEN

j, Bloc/ ; a fD W' : FEASTING Grade QUICK FROZENGrade "A" Ducks . *. 49

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I ; "A" Geese . 49c
I 1 QUICK FROZEN GRADE "A"

I y Roasting Chickens. b' 49c,
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QUICK FROZEN
'e Grade "A" Capons . .- 59<
I W.D Bratl4 u.s.oaks
I $AVt I GRADE "A* QUICK FROZEN
; tylici SiigarfeekSMCKEDi ; , E-I CARVE RIBROAST Baking Fowl .. 39

: ' ;PORHams e ) Fryer Gizzards . *. 29
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I r I __ : '. I Steak I I Hams I I Cream f\i I Ib. 8ge cTurkey bieijT 69c(

Half uaua
I! 1 Legs u. 49c Wings ">. 33

I o Necks & Backs . u. 19
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I j hi! j I } o CORN CRACKIN'( CHIPS GOOD BONELESS MC PORK>RE A A


!, I ,, ii 1'A_' Coupon" on:lg.49c Butt Roast. . . P.rPou, 49c
I "'"' ARMOUR'S GOLDEN STAR
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Canned Ham 4 "> Cln $399
CRACKIN' GOOD e.
I : CHEEZ CURLS RATH'S BLACKHAWK

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FLORIDA LARGE POTATO CHIPS Standard Oysters. 12 Can 99c


I r I Crisp Celery I I Z For 19 Coupon TwUt on P.k59( PALMEHO FARMS..DAIR ,;DEPT*

Last Minut Chek List
I RED DELICIOUS CRISP Cranberry Salad . i 14 OL Cup 39c

i I: 8 Astor Arrow Spices Foil Pimiento PALMETTO FARMS Cheese . >14 OL Cup 59c
I S A I les 13 siaKI Astor ExtractsP
I weel pp For 8 .pperidg. Farm PHILADELPHIA
Stuffing Cream Cheese. 2 3 IL Pk 125c<
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Poultry Seasoning _
'I 1\\ I I FANCY TENDER POLE THRIFTY MAID Egg Nog 011.11K +
i I Coke Mixes MORTON MINCE APPLI OR
11 I e YELLOWnF 2 lit. 29CGOLDEN Coke Topping Pumpkin Pies e e e 3 For $1''
I Coconut PlekUsBaking
ii 1 l i Ice I Milk ASTOR FROZEN BRUSSEl SPROUTS OR
I 1" :' \4 I Chocolate Cauliflower,, 4 10.rPkgs. 99c
Pio Crust MixMarshmallows
Corn 10 49
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} ; ALL PURPOSE WINESAP Candies Cut Corn . . 5 +lOlL Pkg* 99W '

:: '' I :w t l A pp I es 5 lit.- 49' Half Gal 3 8 C Cookits Assorted Dips Flavored Pie W FROZEN RITZ:Shells STRAWIERRIES OR. . . : Pi.. 39

5 S il I i 1 t SWEET JUICY FORIDA .8 Crackers Chits Raspberries e . 4 lOlL Pkg. 99c

S !J.!r II I i' ":,; runes 5 lit.lag 3 ge OCEAN SPRAY fRESH I EXTR4 Broccoli BIRDSEYE FROZEN Spears 3 lOlL PiIS. 99c
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<" : Cranbe..les TOP t.ALUI AMPS MRS. PAUL CANDIED
:;., ,''f.( MAINE RUSSET lAKING. W.D band Lean" Sweet Potatoes . 3 '.' 99
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THB: COUNTY JUDGE'S: COURT TH8 CIRCUIT COURT OF THK partial el.lining by, .ed., ar Roaches? Rats? I 'A

.IN AND oHfJtrat A f;$.JjTY.TIIO..A. 'rJDa.rr"\1 1JgIIIIJ'J'JRri, aM..1.If .d .d. thalr ,., FhJo. : kwataai... and, A
IN KiCl ...n..,' sad all partial harlni ar FREE INSPECTION ;:
L &A'IIITT.D IN CHANCERY .1.1.1, ,. .to hara any rlht. IOta arIntonM ESTIMATE
I CLASSIFIED I <<__, .....k'"II.. M.. "U L U. No. ISO'Seai'rY ta Uia. propartgr beastS. daatrloH. I '
: ADS NOW TO CREDITORS CL086 O'DONNCU . to wi" CALL"TOX.EOL"
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PJERSONB ..:, Florida Int.:1": I 504 *p.lst .1 Pt..0. I'
"AVING ('I.AIMS OR DEMANDS: / 515, O'ENItZIA '. 1'.2
AOAINST sAlt .TATR, CHARLES JOStFK O'DONNELL SECTION OF VENICE ,. pea PlatBook .
v.5 hateb s.ttftsI ed .0'' n SIMM at.Jaraay .. Pan III Pnblla Rowrda. !
: K. 95.4534 Sera. collect ;
.41. I :ea.t.lawdea..ed .hhh. CUr. I. af Saraaota Coimty. Florida. ; .
I '. roil 0,50 the E.tu at Noncp OF SUIT You and aaah of you ata aarahyMvmllr Radio DUpafeheJ I.I' t tOur
THOMAS hL. t'ii'Ki: DwMaal, I To Charla. Joaaaa DoniwIL) aotiriad I that NORVELL d
CLASSIFIED ADS Houses I.U of Saruola C- Florid lalha 71 SIUM> as./ N. 1. BRYANT Iliad hlj .warn aomplalntIn Customer i
For Sale Rentals Bus. Opportunities aflM at Hon. Et.: GRAHAM.S Taa a,. n aby" : i".18.I'", a Sell Uia Clrmilt Court of Sarwat '
.ra >.u County ; the Coattip II ....., h. b.a 1I.h' ...Inn County. Florida.' d-"ti": and aaehof tt ,: j
RATES .,. ... .. . : to 5554tilt. ALL V.I.P.
CASH NEW HOME Court 51. at TlarUa.wlthta toe A. BE1TY CLO.a O'PONNELLI. you aa > are
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM .... .. th. ...... da. '
all aalmdar' moat* Inai tka .... Circuit Oeart af -.Ir." to She pUlnllff
In East AGRICULTURAL SALES } .. ..... ........ .. .... t 1\\
Gate, 2 Br., 1V4 duplex. excellent location. d.",. al .... drat anbllaatloa. af thla Judl.lal' Clraalt. Saraaata Oaanty.Florida .1. reel prnpmty Sara.a .
12-Word MinimumONE Baths New refrigerator We'r looking for an honest Motlaa.Ea.k\' and yoa ... hwaky "". .ta GRISt Florida. \
Close
to beach and shopping. claim ar damaa4 atM U lawrlllnr monadT ard.rad aad remitted to fIle Yon ara nanny nqulrad to file your
washer and dryer. Completely Adults. Available Jan. 1st. hard working man to start and la dupllaatal$ aball ..Ost.tO. ,Se. wrlttaa An.war ar DafMM .. wrltt, n .n._ or otIs.. d.TniMa to You',. Best Value AM I It
INSERTION draped. Large lot with us In the next thirty alaaa af ra>I ld n>a aad peat atk. tka atMplalnt MM. hmla atalnatla .p.. .Id aomplalnt with tha Clark. of th.Clroalt .
Phone 4681750.BEAUTIFULLY. odd_ af tha aball" 1 ba.worn In tha Court In Saraaot* Florida
Claimant I tka aaoaa Found HEREINOW
well shrubbed. days. Call on farmer and la b, ..... Cl.lm.nt. blf aa-ant. Mhi. arm. .,aao: Cl antltlad.,. af tha Clrm.lt' aIM 0.. I 'm. .py ......., .. :
8c Per WordMONDAY CALL 488-4242 or '488-4730 FURNISH. grove owner a* well as I atlornwl .bill I ba aaawaanUd kr 0..,', to and far araiota CounlT.SaraMta : ,
I a II.71 Mini l.a and anr au.a ..lalaior Florida, aa) ar bafora tha ; Iptli; :! i: .,l;:= ; ,
ED 2 bedroom home on nurseries, municipalities and dnnand ao| a. Had shall ba told.Hi. 40b4.i01Jea. lWadS..eacaaSea Sap
FOR SALE Nokomis Ave. Available for golf courses. Four call per i nit,. I.. mar .. addM to ttoaraonnl af aaak amwr .. ..1.... '..- IS.,. 5t t.. .5a. 0541. eat.eIsI'tt On
AND THURSDAY 8-room Home, So. Venice. af ..., soS alalat' the season. References ex day will earn In excess of ba ablalaai froat Uia Coo.trAttoraajl plaintiff' addrala. PO Boa aol V.n- craa Fra-Confa mtorad thnaoa and
3 B.R., 1ft Baths Wall-to- changed. Byron Markle $100 per week if you follow J..de." '. .ffl. ba: Florida, a* ar tofora liii data, for eatS artjoa to rroeaal ajrpan.MDONBT 4i

70c Each wall carpeting Large modern Realtor Phone 488-4706. our plan. Proven repeat sale laPIN Ji.-SThAY...... .,sAscaxrr.U 'M F...... it* ralnlrad tha 1U4 by ;tha', .."af. af Clrll Florida.and Pro.. ;; ORPFRED: *.. nth I J'1tit.

Kitchen, Central Heat- item. Csr necessary FarmIng .Th1I L ........ *...... If ,.. fall to do aa, a Da.rra. dar of Daambar. load.
Each Additional Word Ing. 16,500 sq. ft. Lot size120'xlOO' 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE on D-.M. Pra onfaiaa will to antondacalrat W. A. WYNNBvClnk -
: experience help
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Sc grove Nea Taraar, yoa for U'. r IM ....endodI. of the rretat Court,
Low down pay. Casey Key By season, $600yr. ful. Exclusive territory, established Bu"lOt Vanha, FtorUa.Pnbll.bl I. tka aonplalal. Tka aWra. of aaldw 5., rr-.... X.....
... A..1I.c... ITpI tn e1aa01.tb. mont no closing costs. ( round). Ph. 488-5019. account turned 0'.. f. 14. II, M. 1M4 IsIS. i'J0'"T. ,r7 '.'110'" Dai. II. IS 1H4I WBO1VB
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.. a. cwk Jan. 4. 11. 1MI.
ehato a .atIOw000
tao 33 ft.
:0 :... Sportsman Trailer over to you. Wonderful opportunity Till COUNTY JUDOS-SCOUM Court Tsolflh Judicial JJIrenltla
Ia.w-tiw. S I OK RENT One bedroom .ltf\
: US ....,. .
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tbea..ftea..i.t. unfurnished. Large cabnna AND FOR SARASOTA couorrr.rs.oarna I Count* PleatS.'
' .: ="'" Apt. Furnished. Near No- to advance. Writ fullyto IN PBOBATK .... 110. _J af .Id Court al Sarawla. Quebec' population baa 4 i
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01 Seat.
: .( .... Goaololler .. 0. screened-in porch carport. komis Beach. Good fishing. Bob Baldwin Sale Manager Pr,,..",. nia Na. TIH Baruoto Onontr. Florida. a* th.I4tb 5500000. A
.... fat See Corner lot 60'x125'. Small Winter IN *01, ESTATI Or day of Monoinw. I"" grown to nearly
sta..Itt.d. O. Box 1105
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... : =::: down Call 48861a7.ONE ABRAHAM GRABlLloD.L W. A. WYKNBCbrk fourth of Canada's 19,100,000
. . payment. Make offer. Garden Florida Interviewwill af tha Circuit. CourtSarawta OPHENSTAMPO
DISPLAY For sale or trade long ROOM EFFICIENCIES be arranged at our ex NOTICE TO CRBDITORS County Florida' citizen speak only French *s
CLASSIFIED BITTY K. STEERS
By
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TO AU. CREDITORS AND nil.e. their native tongue.
'Inch .$tOC established business grossIng by the season, on the TraiL pense. N.sD.H1.r. A'rDIA :; .Drpaty. ,Cbrk.Pvb. ... .
On* Edition per $16,000 per year. Good Phone a M. 101 0 5. 51. II. 1M4
4881224.FUKNISRKD .,. h.t.,, .01151.4 I sad ,, ..Ir.ad .
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loth Edition, p.r Inch. .$3.50 terms or will trade for Auto For Sale '=CIIa, ,, .t.s; w deaatd sAl,-. ON 5105 C.IUUIT OOtlRT GREEN'S FUEL
home or duplex. 1 BEDROOM FM, B>, A... >..In.5 the Kitaw o( ?wrtrrsi JUDICIAL CtRI'I' IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY
PAUL STRAUSBAUGH.aa Duplex. Seasonal or by Abraham Grablll. ., DKMMd. lau. el'tit SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA.IN .
LINER ADS .
ta 50 of- CHANCERY.JUDITH for
oclated with year.. Nokomis. Call 488-3912. 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500, 55... Jo"dT.\ GRAHAM.Baraaota . MARIB\ PUEBLO.
$1.30 Per inchCANCELLAT1ON CH\S. C. 427 Engine 2-door hard top County Judra. I.I the Conntr PlalatlfC.
KENT, MODERN: TWO ROOMS bath 4 the radio. heater. Court HmiM at SaraaoU. Florida. ... c... N. naIlS Cooking Heating Wafer
Reg. Broker on floor. wltbla al. aalmdar ",aath. from tk. WILLIS PUOeLO
and on one acts lot. miles. Excellent data of th. Ural .< Ihto .... Heating, Refrigeration I
208 N. Trail, garage Blue. 9,000 ubllaallw I PofSei ..;,. ,,. ... ..
NotlMEaok I .n.
--- - -- Conditioning
Venice month One Phone 474- ' Fuel Air -
area. $50
condition. Motor
or 2700.
Phone 488-2658 .tali or _.d ajuit k. 5.sfaUu In TO WILLIS PUEBLO: Rock hlaal
ADJUSTMENT adult. Yearly! basis. p, O. Box 1613. Englewood.. aad. In dupUoal.t t ah.ll ..1.1.th. Railroad Dapot, w__ Iowa. NEW HOMES and Gas Ughti
HOUSE FOR SALE ..Uaa of r-kknc. and seas odit.addrv. You ara .h.r..by o0 I11.. that a Catsl -
for cancellation . 712 1302 Venice of u.. Ctiiakj55i.il. .l.la for DIm,,. b.. kaaa fllad
Riquitti Groveland Ave. Looking Boats For Sale .w... to or U... Cl.lm.nt, kla ....1I ...ilnat .yoa, and .yoa ara raqulrad. tora
or .dui| SLEEPING ROOMS $12 per br a 11.71 hilt fM, and anr >u.h.lain to tha aomplalnt on th. Plaintiff 1,200S
mitt ba mad for Thunday Is. Small down payment and week. Outside entrance. No- I SACRIFICE OFFER _. 19-ft. I or damand: not u flM chatS attomry.' *. firm' of .BOONB, HAZEN

GONDOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m balance as rent. AU furnish komis area. Phone 488-3912. length 8-ft. beam. Pinto- .k... ,>"he'oJ,amnunt The mini of f..lam.. mar and k. add.. .. *liM.sspthoslotNls Vanlea. Florida. Peat. and Offlca Ill. Ba th.aridnal CENTRAL HEAT & H Green Stamp with Ir

in, Monday. For Sunday GON. ed. New central oil heating Valvo engine. Tunnel stern ',,..., mar ka obtabad. from .... Coun- 5,.... or ptoadlnf" fn th.offlo. AIR CONDITIONEDG. each new tank Installed during ,
.
tv yuda.i cfflca.MART of tba Cln-k of O> TlraultCourt
DOLIER BEFORE 5 p.m. or modem kitchen, 2 bedrooms Business Personals All fiberglassed. Hardtop. a MILLER .* or tofnra th. 14lh 4., af the month of Decem J''
Tel. 4881321. Draft 12-in. Wonderful for bay I .. AdmlnUtratrti. of till J.nnary. Mi. If pos fall to do ao,
... E. KITCHENS
Thursday. P. of Abrahaminblll JurtTOont ay drf. lt will. to taV nafflnH ber.
Dressmaking alterations and gulf. Lots of room for ( DaMaMiIARLT yoa for U.,.. ..II'" damandad
Phone 488.3125Houses Lots For Sole tackle. a EARLT. Attoraan tha _plo'n"'
and
chairs
draperies, etc. Reasonable fishing III P.lmw Bank BUS.Saratota. . I.Dona and ........ at ....... rlor.Ida DOUBLE GARAGE
488-1130 Controlled both forward and Fta.Pub. .. thl* .lh. day of rwrmlMr. 1M4.
2 LOTS in South Venice $500. aft. $095. Phone 488-3137. No' *. 10- DM. 14. 01. IM4 W. A. WYNNE.Clffk .
For Sale of th. CheatS Court $
Phone 488-5615. FRENCH DRESS DESIGNER NOTICE OP INTENTION 5....ota County Florida.By LANDSCAPEDLOTSCENTRAL _
Custom made dresses NEW 14-ft "GULF LINER" I TO I Praiton Knipp, :
BEACH PARK rostra RKHIDKNtt LOTS : DeLuxe Fiberglass Fishing RKOISTIUl nCTITIOUS MAMa D. uty Clnk.Boona .
VBNICB BUSINESS SITES and suits to your exact size. STArKpF 11.." a: bnhordlna;, WATER '
Attractive Ocala Block. 2 OWNER. LOU JACOBS IM lilt Also alterations. Very reason Boat 1965 Model Evlnrude 5 COUNTY FLORIDATA Attornrri for Plaintiff
TAtomay P.... a Llrht Btilldlnr. &0 SEWERMany ,
bedroom 1 bath bom. H.P. "Angler" outboard mo THI Florida
able rates. Phone 488-1497 or Mrtlf. lhe' II II Se5SO0101 a kI P O. Bo> 1051, vt,., Florida.Publt.ll lIriLL4ae350e.: ; : ; .
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Florida room fireplace (as Estate tor. 14-ft. Murray Boat Trail- .. ., 1M4.J.n. .
Real 488-5692. worn id r"tha f MltKW a,... of I Doa 14 II M Other Features i iGreen's
beat, air conditioner. Fur. er. For information call 488- fAIRWAY BOAT WORKS al HIT .. I'U.
stead A. nu.. 8.0_ Florida, and
nished. Priced. .$14,500.. VENICE GARDENS. 4 lots TYPEWRITERS and Adding 5069. that Mid binlnaM ,la wholly ewnad.. by IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THB Fuel
Seagrape Road 6 single or and aompoMd of tha folknrlnanamed TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SEE f
GARDENSi Machines (mechanically operated 1962 MODEL. 20-ft OUT- nrpormdoa, OasIs i APEX BUILDFR3 FLORIDA IN AND FOR SARAsOTA '
VENICE duplex Briarwood Road on SUPPLY, INC, with I offlw. 1114 FLORIDA
Chemically Cleaned at COUNTY.
bedroom., 2 baths, spacloua lake. Sacrifice. 488-6038. ) BOARD $375 or best offer. 17th ........ 8.raa>ta. "Ior_ IN CHANC'ER1'NORVELL OF FLORIDA
Screened like new. Just $12.50 plus Phone 488-5019 after 6(I p.m. It b .... InUntlon" af tba.. ahrra- o. BRYANT 1C. F F. HANCOCKGULF
home. porch parts if required. All makes. n...... party .to apply. th. Clerk ofth. ., C... M... II.'"
central heat and air condit. F. H. A. HOMES Clrcolt Court la ..d for ..... 5IDNETBEALY.* .. ao.i I CORPORATION
Washer rods and FROM $100 DOWNAs Venice Stationers 211 W. Situation Wanted iota (Ioun.,. Florida to rattolOT th.old NOTICE OF SUIT CO.
ioning. Venice Ave. 4886113.BOO1K.EEPING nama of FAIRWAY BOAT Tat MONEY scALy A MACDAUt- CONST.
drapes. Many tint features low as $45 month WORKS unfar the provllloaa ofCh.pMT NA BEALY der.u.ll I 263 S. Tr.it Venice !I'
CHIPS JOHNSON Realtor NURSERY GOVERNESS entire IOUI Law, of Florida. AaM BARRY ROEDLER. 117 Ball VENICE EAST
in this comparatively new Income
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of 1141. AT., Pul. NUt r
h me. Priced $18,500. Managing Broker for Venice Tax State-Federal Wag charge children any WITNESS a.. Kanda thai I* 4af M EDWARD ROBIN!RANf. TilTaropa U.S. 41 South el.Venice.. .. Phone.4882271leave 1
. Area FICA Homes Personal Typing, age. With or without light Danamnar." 1M4.APIX Dr., Panfla Palhadai.JBANFTTB .
Report.
BUU.PER SUPPLY, WC.
Considering building your 806 W. Venice Aye your home Champion typist housekeeping, or baby sitting. By Pan! L. Pa ?.wldms. : YOUNn<< 411 Bin
home Have large selection Phone 488-2241 Nominal Excellent references. Call PnblUbi pea. 14. tl, 0. 1M4, Tap Dr.. Onto. VhWa Calif.
own 30 years experience. A.,. .. 0541. AH. af tka ahM. whoa !free knowaii
of fine home sites to Fee. Charles Z. Nelma, 1752 evenings. 4881662. !

fill TOUT needs. BUSINESS SITE Banyan Drive Venice, Fla. IN SARASOTA s/1z
. . Female
FRANK Realtor C. RAEBURN INVESTMENTOPPORTUNITY Phone 488-5254. HelpWanted RON DEL'S LAMP fc: SHADE SHOPPE the


251 W. Venice Ave. SHEPARD - -
N.E. corner U.S. 41 and COOK Experienced Scandinavian ..
Phone: 488-1600 or 488-2649 Blackburn Point Road LUMBER CO. or German prefer. 11T CUSTOM SHADES. cloth covered, vlnylt aspirinLEASE : ,

180' on Trail opposite Blvd. ably for small household. 1 ii'i burlep parchment etc. MADE TO ORDER a

COMPLETELY FURNISHED FLORIDALAND $44 per 1003 N. Washington References required. Top AT Reasonable PRICE t Prompt Service ( t us... 1

1 bedroom home. South front foot. Terms. Sarasota wages. Call between 7-9 p.m. ,

Venice, near TraiL 9995. . call 488-5010.

. VENICE ELLIOTT PAUL Alto hundreds el Umptriedet In feck. All OHIVEArJ

LOVELY LARGE HOME 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, paved for MORE TUPPERWARE IT she PII md (Itei '
near beach big rooms plus street city water and sew- DEALERS ARE NEEDEDI!
We Met te npi Or of Vain. loftier. ee.
studs apartment. $28,500.a er. Close in facing Park. ROOF TRUSSES Housewives wishing to add to LAMP LAMP REPAIR
REPAIR
a a Low down payment. Alum. Window I Doors. the family income demonstrating NEWCAR1ENTAL
I BEDROOM HOME very $15,900.e Contract Roefine & Painting attractive practical I 11 I IS S. Trail l/i block North of Sean I

close to Shopping Centers, e 5 S Phone 488-213 Venice money saving TUPPER IN SARASOTA '

$$12,000. Low taxes. FRANCES E. MURPHY. WARE. Nationally advertisedand

. Realtor has terrific customer acceptance -

BEACH PARK Beautiful 2 301 W. Venice Ave. and demand. For 4 WOLFER MOTORS Inc. 1
bedroom home 1 baths, Ph. 488-2718 Misc. For Sale further information writeTirppERWARK. I-

Florida central heat p. rv BOX RAUBL__ M-
room - --
and air conditioning, reduced 5 ACRES VENICE FARM FUEL OIL TANKSSTANDS.Fuel 11188. St Petersburg or call rS| 1 Tamlaml Trail 4883965-48$3I50

to $14,900.BEACH ROAD cleared well good oil deliveries. S&H 344-8331. SPECIALIST IN .
<
. . water, 5600. Call 488-2790 after Green Stamps. Standard or RENT I

PARK S bedroom 5:30: p.m. Service. Across from SPARE TIME earnings sewing ENGINE TUNING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENTS

I Heating 488-4052. aprons, material furnished S Repair Lubricate Chawii WEEK MONTH S YEARESTIL'S
2 bath home fireplace SOUTH VENICE Property fire station. cut. Writ box DAY
ready .
Oil
$116,200. C Front End Allqnmenl Change

ease street by ,owner.high and 120x100 dry. Between paved GRAFLEX 3V4 by. 4. Series 1941. Winston Salem. N. C.Plea.e C Front End Overhaul C Adlutt Hdl. enclose self- \
stsmped
EARLY[ NEW S bedroom 2 Gulf and highway. Attractive D, f4.5 Tessar lens, 4. addressed envelope or lOc S Wheel Balancing Electrical Repair. Rent-A-Car

bath home, very central residences nearby. Good buy. holders, 2 film pack adapters coin for reply. Engine Overhaul Any Automatic or Stand

mall cash payment no clos- Cell collect 955-0887. Sara- case. Instruction book $45. C Radio Repair erd Transmission Repair

log, sacrifice price. Sam Dillon, The GONDO 215 S. TRAIL PH. 488-0541
sota.
. . LIER. Help WantedREAL Alrconditlentnq Repatn end Initelletlon k'

NEAR HARBOR DRIVE S Rentals ESTATE PEOPLE '

bedroom home plus a complete I THOMAS ELECTRIC OR needed. Kathleen Wilkinson (LARGER

very large mother-In- APARTMENTS. Season or GAN. Used only one week. DISTINCTIVE
teaches. W* sponsor or hire.
law l apt Price dropped to year. Centrally located. For Phone 488-4528. Enroll now for next class at

'122,500. Information contact Lil at I I John E. McLaury Realtor Real I Estate Cornerflj
. table console
USED TVs, port.,
Lillian's 207 W. Venice Ave.,
BEACH MAN8R Large or call ,4882525. $25 up. 100 with TVs to : 262 488-5551 South or Tamlami 488-5698.Trail Ph. ,t.

choose from. Many new -
home 2 big bedroomsFlorid5 : -
Veake.. SO.alte( O.eaP'O' ttt.5a.I. set guarantee. Open 'till 10
room big kitchen. VNFI1RNISIlItD. LEUR OR .I1Y. I Male Help Wanted
Lovely: horn for only 16000. CAI.L. LOU IACOBII fSS.5111LBED1tOOM p.m. Opp. Theatre, AlphaMuaio I :

. . and Appliance.LARGE .
APARTMENT. ATTENDANT Service Sta HOMES FURNISHED t UNFURNISHED YOUR SALES GO

BYRON MARKLE Realtor, furnished. On Venice beach. OIL HEATER, .60 tion. Career-minded men interested I '

Phone 488-4706 Season. Call between 10 a.m. gal tank, stand, and chimney In good Job with future Pricei From $8,500 to $38,000 '

*..k* ".** .. _.... .....-...... and 5 p.m.. 488-2896. controls, $25; Florenceoil training'now for assistant HOMESITES From $850 to $12,500 when you advertise In I
Tami.
1740 So.
.... heater $15; 41-Inch Attic manager. ACREAGE From $1,200 to $1,500
_
CAM BARGAIN ar EASY n. ON THE BEACH at Casey anti Trail. Venice. ,
CALL LOU JACOBS. 4SHSIT Key. 1 and 2 bedroom fan with shutters, cost $125 TRAIL !FRONTAGE From $75 per ft. to $200 U P "

apartments. Seasonal. Call price $40. Ph. 474-1477. MEN living in Venlce-Engle- Fumiihed Mobile Hornet from $4.000 to $7,000 'lfiJAMrlJiDJil.I I ,
HOUSE FOR SALE or Rent. Don Heath 488.2151 or 488- wood section for propane
Buy for balance of mart- USED 10 gal. AQUARIUM. bottled and bulk gas delivery.Will ..,v -
6688. RONALD ARONE
f
5 /
Phone 488-4408 after P.M.
down
gag and small payment train right men. Myakka

pay balance as rent. APTS., on the beach with 7' diamonds L.P. Gas, Eaat Laurel Rd., Registered Real Etttte BroIler f'I':
PIN.
OU automatic. Tel For sale or rent. 100 SHRINE
heating I pool. Laurel Fla., Ph. 488-6784. 'I'
W32I.I ., The Esplanad Apt. 103. PB- set In platinum. Coat 488-4832.$115, 501 VilUi Dr. Venice Phone 488-4143 .
sell $65. Ph. Venice ,
488-5898. .
Mobile Homes --- -- -

BEDROOM. Baths, near ATTRACTIVE EFFICIENCYApt. PLANTS FOR SALE ? I ARE YOU A HANDY MAN???? -

Gulf. appointment.. 519 Heated pooL W. Venice Holly bushes ... .... .. ... .50Calomondln I
home? -
See ? 2-bth
Gulf St.,. Venice, Ave. Week or month. 488- with fruit ,1.50 VAGABONDTEAKWOOD I INTERESTED And In need of 4-bedroom. Living room,

Norfolk island Pin .... 200 dining room fire ,aCllo On paved street new
3681. kitch.l:1002
Grafted. Gardenia ...... 1.15 at H. N. Wlmmeri' Reolfor' school church : ppln9 .t low price of 5000. f -

J BEDRSBJM(. Florida room HOUSES for rent or Ml*) Shore Juniper .. ........ 75
DON & ROBBIE .
Serata. Ph. 488-5331. .... .75 Choice Venice Gardena lot coo. to Trail 1800. i
water sewer heat pump. 728 Dwarf Carissa ... .. HOMES REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE -
MOBILE
75x125 ft Shrubs, citrus. $10- frame Roeboellnl palm, large '.110 For Rent 3 room Apt. $100 I month for winter : -
BEDROOM 2 Bath, 809 S. Tamlami TraU.VENICE ,
a Agent fer Western Union Telegraph
00. Take trailer. Phon. 4MrVRNJSHED nlc. Noko- Queen palm .. $1.50-$10.00

48$7. .mis.unfurniahed$75.. Phone, 488-6215. Cltrustreis_......::.'::' _250 Ph." aRfU.1414- Monday thru Fridey t H II| Saturday to I l HAZEL I. CONN .-

furnished MELROY'S NURSERYLaureL. The finest "ln" MobiIe.Homes. CLOSED SUNDAYS CO. RSAL mAts nona CALB 5. Dtnm lanalaliTANUMI '
2 BEDROOM, nicely Florid\ TRAIl Mom Of AL.U an.. IIOEO.... FVA.i .,.
Deluxe 2 bedroom duplex. Reasonable. Call Turn east at Laurel Road I 28-FT.. MODERN TRAILER. HELP KEEP VENICE CLEAN ca Baa, aa"apd. I ..
| bath. Coop Apt. 958-5493. King St., Citrus and turn right 3rd road. Phone 488-1351. i t.

Heated pool on premliei. HIghlands.OHMTWO. .. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ t.I..'

_ _ _ _ _
Low 488-
maintenance. Phone 1 STEEL BARGES 4' by Lost I
room -
THREE
taaa. !:: Venice, by 40'. 1 4-in. pump 10'1 DUPLEX FOR SAU t !

furnished onMS; Walk to motor. Call 468-1031 after LOST '. On Venice- By-Way, CITY OF VENICE HOME ON Etch apartment see two -

JUST ABOUT COMPLETED; from and$40 beach. Call 474-3569.. p.m. or see Woodrow Large bawl English pipe INTERCOASTALI bedrooms,, IMIIt room. 'itZ '
baths. town and tobacco pouch. Reward. A 1t0fle 01 ederon NII"f/ I.n'Nfl./ '
Two bedroom, two PORTABLE; 40 CHORD O! .-Phone 488-1774. and 3 Sr. 2 Tile laths e 2 Car csen and beth carport..
t. FURNISHED central heat
w stre. 2 til. b4t\1t.\ fIreIeci.
Bedroom
at large lot paved BEDROOM ,
: "
My. I CAN maple finish. Italian Garage Air Conditioned comI.t.1y" EU ISIIS.d. Rusts -
Walk Unusual new dock W furnished In
to Prlvat. Completely
porch.
btacb. horns. .cendltlonln9, ICI'IIII,
$25. Phone 4884734. I at $75 montIt. IA-ales.
'
design by RADFORD. Acaclitane ..r. $100 monthly. PB. make." Legal .xcellant tiats City water and ....r. Priced at Large Let. per
I
Thomas 488-4760. $900 yearly Income.- Sells
"QUEEN PALMS.1Albee Bait l $ anch. WURLITZER SIDEMAN for
LLOALI : $39 800 .I 1
Road to Shore Road. DUPLEX: In i ORQAN. hardly! used. $200- slit see ,.oaapbl, $17,500. for $11,500
Follow sign 488-4835. 488- UNFURNISHED 488-2815. .. Se5e :' : .shq 0A.e =
Phone :
M Bayshor Estate. Phone GULF REALTY KAa1' I. I'UJICD
J. 4882661.AMVE. ; .: Seo.SlkAVALLAk, FRANK C. RAE'URN
e -3182. ''61 J5Be MOTOR SCOOTER; *. ... ae, D.,. t. 14. II. |MI < aa.

DUPLEX. air conditioned efficiency -I excellent condition. Rebuilt LIOAL REALTOR Will. ,. Tool.. Reg. .roI.. III : ::: ...

Furnished.! N.ar beach and 1 ROOM or seasonsi. engine New tire tube gasket ..,.. R. a,,... will *at .. I*. h. esa
Yearly 51 W. Venice A. PItone 481.1600-488-2649 418"731 So. Tr.1I
town. Ideal income property. cable. Ideal Christmas .".n.lb.. 0.. aw data. a.m4 by Ph. 216
Adults. Two fifty-one\ Nasnau 50t50 a" t.I .
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Call 355-
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owner. Sarasota Petwacol gift Englewood 474-2222. l.ii&KH.w 0- j
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4589. (corner if I J

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GONDOLIER, VenTce, FTa. Mon. Dec. 21. 19 J SFAI I l.h"p.Sim-Man: WAMK wits, lohmoii 11II, II"m Randan, '"18.. 147.th 7ehn.h Barb &t00,07..1. ?Zalla WoN 7ulIR is?. Cw1.1 l ::":,51.55.Teh, B.IO 2nd Mmth em !l k;1ntA.Ta.1th .
H.lm Nylon
Bl Hill 17W8I
bar hoop SOP.
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..., II, Bill Dowlai' nllad a triplicate. 14414Mrakka Fooraoma, 17.,l: BH OaraH. 128 1-1:' 7j8.11 I 1
I 15116. Blandlnnc/ v. lan Gardnu : Dn
Partrldn. $.....' Shop and Onlllnn .... tined Bahama Sun R.Ryllewd01 A d :. lil""
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... Stems Ca arlnSrrtloa M,18 IaM
r Another Ace Manning-Beatty Soft II.W..... tM.ll aaokl 11'All a Radio 2I7-M7! Fad Malar Blmarir- U., riord POW Hunt HunlTaPmt t-Up. 2811. gtandlnm,| 1111.Jaa..B';Oral Land.1.' '. 0'Fonraomi... (0 41.*. r"I M.Us ::... "' ,6516. :;} t:
Fiord" !
Ill-till
I Tie In LVWGA d BOWLING Vaalaa-Nalamla. .. Bankl, O. ?" rnnwal 5aD.I.Malt. d Part Control Contra) 141477-MI for M87.Stendlnni 16 1 Oo-Op ....1.. Ht.llon 4D-1I. Land. :____
Pawrn rarkv Bodanr U>ATa 0' SuTlWI. Bill SUbl tlO D.WWMotlir
r5lntlap' In
11_.. sod Pw Black. Blua Ribbon tOI. Lola Bolton 111, Pat Mob 1960. Hurricane
Sourbw4H17(4.
j Dolli, M'd ft>r bits' (ama with IWl 05114, Mm a Bhop U-1T, Lh Bwbhar Its slammed > oru...
At Lake Venice I lay 145. Into
Blind TI.1 I ( Tba Ohuk 14-11. Bob the
+ I 4 I' Bogey 110m.,...184-171-177 Dnmln, Farl for,r 6511 Punn| Loa l Horn.Dolla rrn.Pur. .. If...214.111: Fiord Bill 1 Hunt BUhl 121 281, Larrr Lam John Vlokara Vort Blabrk.100 ,Kar.-..Frra... AranT 18W24,-WolfarMartlnlalnt ".10.. Coast causing! brad Auanlio

Emma 011 Gun IOt-116-200 for III.1.r..top Dunaan Chwrolrt28M Prop.
Manning 10111
and Floe
III Rlrk Hubart' 121 Jar Eaat- erty dameie
hole-ln-one ara
The second at P... Oil
r-un.r.1 Horn. 1001. spproziels
Chavrol 40.
: 101 ., Rtanillnnl I Donowl
ence Beatty tied for first Funwal Horn. man 102, Bob Paaraon Bill Bod- ... '91.000,000. l
Venice Golf Club in the place 566. Sundlnni' Farlar Cliff Tarter 201. Hold II. Whlta.kara Kola Xl Moo
+ In U..... Grand B.h._ (Sun .5. 120.
paste the nine-hole blind bogey 110.1_ of tbo Heir 11..1. Dk.os sod 10-17
month was registeredlast R altr> 14-SO, Don Con.itnutln -
.
-
Cyro'sThe
Vt P.R.
: Saturday when Bill Cox tournament, held Wednesdayat ....... I.. ilk Maatera, 1M ISH-KH4 ?. EIii. :
Lake Venice Golf Club Matter.. PI"Sta..I. 176, Emma Voat l ID Jr
bmembers star bowler of and toll Steward! 7WI.
aced the 170-yard 13th hole, woman 101 Larrr Joknao tot.oaaawrraa .
..., ....... 17-11 Ruffian.
using a four wood It was his of the Lake Venice the Annual Sarasota Assocla IT-IB. Lrafitmm "-II. Bowlar of to.wwk. . Vm ...... Wlm-
Women's Golf Association, tlon Women's Tournament Bill LMhbrldm.Hill "' *.. Rut I Dltate 11 r c.", .,.. Shin firstThis
first according to pro-mana with Sckaarari. Arnica. 011 St.k. .. ..In, Wait Auto tVr li. 17S-467I' courtesy
36's. .
t ger Carl Rohmann who reported This week's event was the hometown gal, Em /.. B..... Caldw.ll. G.... CltrM Sh..... Irwttrr. SHI. Wait'l Auto
that Cox hit high will be a low net tourney. Mayleban. While bowling on .* 101 and IMi I Oom Bourc.t.VMikw tWylr. 1110. Btandlnni Cone Gall
.: a G."'...., 1011, Irma Lamona 14. Wlmmm Just I EaUt. 17\4, V.
wood shot that went into the the Shoes, Inc. team she Fiord Hunt' .terailnator. 1711 Wan. artlan a..... and Jag Sinclair San
Shuffleboard Club crashed the maples for six .. CurUa Willow. low Court) 4511, ... tl""l. 2S. 77.).. D.... 174.
the
'. cup on fly. Willow Lan. Court M4 and U7H.Slandlr.ni 461. Marr Jo Marti 171 Oulda BordI7W71. bolldar atwon noaiura your driving
Everett Brown got an ace strikes in a row for the high Gray City "66" H-II, .
last month on the same hole. Division WinnersVI of 248 and her series was a Ker Army 40ttK.\ and .tU'I'Kf Sailor CIII_. th Iwlahar IIS. habits by the golden nd. la traflq",
.. ,
Widman of New York big 616. She led the All Larnow 1(47. Btnrtora and a.of.. tha Bm,_ .411 MIIIU Bus' Portur 1(6-411.IM-Ml.John Vow.d Fad ,QQ eourteaT the iarjt road to tafetjr.And whea

Z AVAILABLE and Walter Franklin of Ven. Events with 1594 which is an Bill Philllaa F." Mla... Kite. W.nUh, 111tl'r.: IK". Do* SwUhar other drivers arrat so eourtwus
sl RECORDS Ice defeated Lou Cox of 177 for nine Ir.lo T, Oranta, 1811 Fat C.. 177 Ed .... 1>1. Walter. Mlawnbach 74
AT FLORIDA MISSION of No- average nw, Sun, 4141 Halm Fndr( i 171 Uw Dulllnnr/ 17*. gland- lire than aU the room tier lean to seed
, komia and LJndv TJnHhlnm games. The tourney was held Terminal Traruport No. 1 4HI| CarlMillar. Inn, Hot Don 81.le. Cuba 11-10
J i ; I i ST AUGUSTINE: (AP) of Venice' by. 47 to five to; her at Cyro's. : Imt Obon'O'. Sun Bakarr.101!and 1'it, Tom En.ork. Hlh DI.... and Wild Can. ttad, II- 61 4_ It's twtttr to be a UttU late

:I \ Administrative documents of win In the 1M Division playof -.-- aon'l Balm 117 and 1147. Sundlmai 11IJ has f..... Mli.4 A. Hard Mr. Motorist, thaa to be UK UU Mr.Motorl.t!!
: the second Spanish occupa. 01_'. Bakarr 17-11, W. T. Crania 111. John MfLauahlln 1M-.4I. Larrr
the Venice Shuffleboard TOP TOURNEY WINNERSCb and. Twmlnal Traniport I
:1 tion of Florida 1783-1821 are Club In the regular bl-weekly A Taam_ Eterrlral Contra 11":111 Bowkn of h. waak, Bon.
being preserved on microfilm of held Monday tora COOL Marlin. 1870, Draper; and Carl Millar.Myakka. .
game pot-luck
W..rn W44 Shoo Inn., B..4Joun.l -
Nombre de floe Library .
the
by at the club's court*. and Winters BMnUrW Sar- NO !
,I at St. Augurtlne. In second division .1 l,. 1864.
,i The original 69,000 documents play, ClaM. 5 Taami' ..... ConatrtMtint .
Bert Porter of New Jersey 1'a I08. Norwood Rooflni ttwl Bill Bodarar Itt Mlllla Raeharilla
kiI are housed in the Library and Vince Jacobs of Massarhusetts rminal Transport tilt, Mldwar TVSUIT. 141 Hill llodagar puaUid tha kllhaat WE CANT GIVE > ,.'
I of Congress at Wash Clira-N-Jo A_ 5929 and PlnaShoral .ana of Ih. was Mandy Biirht.bowlln .
won over Claudia TV 1887.riaaa ( In tha Sanrunft" Water tondltionln -
. ington. of Venice and ( Laaua on th.. Wart CoulRadI.MIa
McCarthy Dave C Taami Xmlnitmi Park CARS AWAY
.... Bllla Ml waa aw.mplthd
Miller of New Jersey, 67-55. 141 Mol.l. LuilwK-Vialpol.1827 8ara ot* Cy.1880., 8u.1 a. K... br atrika In ...... fram.but .

}. for anenjoyable ISII u..and A Btrlklnt Doabba. Girk_ M 0..Ilathawar 1771. .'. tha a .1.third.,. and pin otovantk.... tl.whan.. Bill.t h.'. BUT !

j o | Main ChargedOn .id A. Hartman Hit. ... Borttaw and sold Ui. UI pmloua bleb h.Ujolntlr
1 GOLF R. Davlifaon 1182. Bonnl. W.I... and .br Paul }oI... and Lao Frra.Hirmaa .
Porla Mmes. 117*. BUM Will and F. Duka koldi bilk weir with
1! ,': day of Check CountNorman Jummal 1171, }oIo..... Morrla and J:. 177. WE CAN MAKE THE
i !'rton 1171, _and A. Walhua aniClaaa Mlllk Focbr.HI!* .bowUni I. th.
Q 7ohnw 111"- Banal V.idln( lass,. m Uia UlaJock.
f I i TRY W. Main 42, of I B. Dwbl.s' M. Bu.km..1.e. Inauranca -1o.t7.: Ui. kKha. TERMS AND PRICE SO
Venice charged with Issuing and Cot MacLnn 111II. /I. T ama for tha ti. aurrantpravioul
w.pw.sod '
Y .
SARASOTAGOLF ms.n w 'I".dap sbha 58,111. 266
; worthless F. Uinnlnrham) 1211 A. A. RIGHT THAT YOUR
checks was return. dress and H.ln McO. fast T. 10m. put oota. oul 71.50. Domin'
1 CLUB ed from Orlando Thursday by Burks .d M. 7huww 1911 A. 78.11wand feltk. but Barnrta atlll boldi
G. . 1188, 0. L4rou.; sod tha. kink ..... aariaa with. a (Da.Ta. BUDGET WILL THINK
Constable Millard (Jack) ...... .
J
W. Mlch..1 liP!. iar > from Boric
; DAILY GREEN CO flfi Knuckles. Clw C D..blr. 110 B..kwl' .d ........ Lan. In 8U A'M.raburv journwd WE CAN. v f41
FEES 0. Hobbo 1118, .d JL 1110 sod to Vraloa to roturi tha match with
. . . . Main was placed in city ",.1.. 11.5. P. our Junior. and Kvarnd a..00thlsg.0t
..1 j Jut Off Bee Ridge Rd. Jail charged with issuing C.lau. A SI.... Clrolrn Rtota th' II...... In 8t. tnhurl. laatwaak. LOOK AT THIS
checks for 251 Do... M.ro.r 61., Opal JnhnaonI borer. I. won all thraa (amaa
i t South of Saratoga $100 $1795 and C.... Johnaon 111, Bhrllir Tbonpm and toUl pry up tharat th.lr lirlawoa
I two for $90 each. (07 all Wes. and t.taI plna
.I and Gall Paten (01. (araa>
f I rla_ R.Lora -All__ H.rte__ down h.r* . th. gruel total add 1964
I 705 C.n1 Chall.w.a'';: Hrp." 'w'bi;;: to a .....'" for tbo Vanlca ..10 bylo. MercuryMONTEREY
.kw 601 Murkl' Ruchwa.kr .a4 T. . slim narsln of jun HI pina, .Tb.
lu.k. 626 and V..s Cole .2.. bon loat two of Ihraa (._ and totalpina .
YOU CAN SAVE WAYS C1.. C SI..I. Edith Fwmin br (4 plna up In tU.. F.ur.bur.. 4 dr. SEDAN
( ) 201. Ita.mw Lo' eon, Judith Hady. N"s
In, Elm. .jkwtlh Ml and Paul altv bon br winning all th_ .amaand Power Steering,
10.1.... 16T.H..k.p. total pina, Tha Brand total lidded
I' On Auto Insurance AH Brant. All Hart- .p to a U. ......17 lot tha. Vaniotbora. Power Brakes
I I wee 10"5. 8hll r TIIom..... 1881. .
I. LOW RATES N.. WhItaker 181.. A.. Asdmr Standard H..Ua.Ooll.( Ca.... Breezeway Window, r f li liA
2. SAFE DRIVER SAVINGS 2846 Mu.lel Bwkmsh.. II" .4 HaUn fowara. Hood a l>alrr 1111mnw I Radio A Heater,
I Dot McUan; HUD!!. &111. Ktjuirianl H." ;. IIUIIII -
X LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVICEAGENCY honk. AU ..... Em Marl an ( Bill HUhl.; oundard If au.or. Automatic Transmission,
n., 81117 mom.won 1688. 'Ron 2U-eOS. Standard. H..... M611WU.tandlnnt W/S/ Wheel Covert.
Mano Plpn1187., Dot Flacbar. lt'l Standard Haatln U-17 ,
ond Fnn Swl..1 .1".. Mood:: Ualrr altt-lOV lat N4.nalM.k 1
TIoo 815 Paint N. Ls... lid and V.!.. Suuunara, ".... 11*
506w. ;rsCon ., ::, Jd. D. 18. P.ul oIieh.1o 800. 4i.w. D.dla Onlyl9S9.00
., and 1101. Harold Mmlth III Wwta N.
PVw in-Id..MP.
Ml Bill. How, .... 205N.sdar
r Teal... Court, toil, Frank Gliaaon.ncbor .
Oil, SOt| C.rp. Cmter 1007 M_ 1.dir12wn.or 99.00 Dn. Delivers
end Carllnti Bleak Labri $0o6. gtandnnl : Flowar, Endawood Waah Houaa, l t4M. -
Enilnraod Balthoui 80-21. Flop. Lvcil. Yarn H.-I44J. BlandInnl .
J 116 W. Venice Avenue : .a Pln.. Mobil. H.... Court 10-21 JuwUwood Waak. HouM 1611Alarehionaa
.nd Anchor 011 h.... Bowk ol .. _........1 l-ttO fcatilIM 1'. -
Telephone: 4882289DOOR ._... John, I>.... Lara> 17-11 M.vte B..in, 171. DRIVE WITH CARE..EVERYWHEREI
J Kawlaa Fanaral B,. Ladta. !Ana Anna Morunam 16144> for moat pint' NATIONAL
DnroUir Kl.l, Mar 101... 1881 w..wna.Seahrft ., And be ace lo pick/ lIP your fra*'Do unto otlwrs'
.damn Hartwbj M.r M.. 4711, M.r Water. CmdltlMiliw BillBodacar
laa 701 and 1251. Blandlnni M. Wait Coait IMl-Mu. 18. bufflpr atrip si any FffcL office!
M..IO. l5't"Mri RtbbOT Iniuranx 669; wet Cout Redl-M. lotv AUTO SALESS.
; : 'a Cocktail loon, Wolf Mown llwr. 8......., Kad-
rtfaV"Moodr "*. -*. ford Conatruotloa 14-18. lat National
Bank M-16. UMroiter lah Camp II.al. .
Inaaran. Mlitd Lean 1. Gordon glrubla 111, Jack Bullock TRAIL
Bill Smith South Vtnlt Tarht Club. all, Vow.? Malta 210, Bob Boon*
1041 Dorothr Owe. Gulf wind Man. 101, Mlk Boluh ill Food MalMlot.
Si ., 171 :174.4251' Etanr Rkkar Sunaoait BII Paldar 1101.T. Next Door to Ford Dealer FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANTUfiHMt
.' 7 I Suncoart Mot.l 9101 I .... Via MoClaln. Smittr'a
Gulf Wind Marln 1784 Sundlnnimil / 11oo'..... 148-4141, bmluri Ba.f. Phone 48855MOpen tUILf HOtlOA

dI ee.If Coin a. Sumrinr Laundry 18.17 14-14,and ftxitharniDTinn South .ra III1.aOOO.17V Btandlnni Hardwara Bmlttra' Umtaaura H1 -. 'Til 8 p.m.

t v..I., wwk Yacht. New Club., Low IMS Bowlm and Clar.Dvnran of. Shamrock ,liar:WVi. Bob Kara SOU*, Open Sunday after Church
I" w. G,_. Jobe Bow Job. H..r 012.A. .
,
,
,
Ckamlat Mliad Ch.rrw aOl 1Jo. SpIOkr 101.
B SteDkmion Lao Poe UO Fad Bimarlr' 821. Men
c... H... Water tit and (4(1 I
man Uuk. lot, Curb Wolf Sot.B.lr .
ran .. .. K.II..,'. Printing nil
Lao ., Parrot. o( Enrlnronl 8(71 Cltiama II Ana Durloat
GI...BooT. .., Cap* H... W...... u.... 161471) Mary Mw.d....., r
I KOi Don Ban! Ine, Rollor IN Cap KouKhnacka. 1741 lAw Dulllnf.r. 1(0
H... Water Ull Htandlnnt. Don lluek_ 1811| Job v......... CUruaHrnhl.nd.r.
I I L PRIZES I B..6 ln... Rnltor M'VlS'n.! Knill- .. 4141, Carlo. O... 1461
wed. f.Ylnn A. Loan I2H-18H! anil Bill Kmm.d.11 174. thartaa. Bullock n
Cy. Haaa Water 29-2J. Bowl. of 161, boora Cook US, Halpb .A...... 7oDOWNTOWNVENICE
0. _k. Gladjra. Tompkl..d Orln 10* eel. Ohio waa tha I...... flat.
I radivanKmo achrdulad (...., 10 IB. atandtnn will
Tntrnar. C.m Nlrhoto i b. la wh.n .. Incu pea aattlad
FOR SALE OR AUCTION: New and Used Furniture, .1. and 1M for fl awtoi for four Into ,its full atrwitth.Banaa .

Appliances, Bedding, Televisions, New and Used Electrical .002.mmt Dan Hartwlj lie. Jim BateiPdtcVaii Vaadlnt Mlllla Rooh..llta, *
Blalock Iiuuraaaa 144 Lai; M.yleb.n, \
Futures Small Hand and Electrical Tools and 0...... Intarant 1Aa... Lwburr Haalura 802-M8I i Flrat t,",- !
-Kltti. Stein. South.. Brawl 1841 ral bavlnn a. Loan and Lows!
Many, Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. Malta P..,., Sourbwr Tll. 4201 O Telephony tl.l for blab team (am.
STORE HOURS 9 a. G Matale 1011I sod 88&1. ....... with 10101 Blalock 1...._ ZH47.Sundlnni .
to 5:30 DAILY
: : CLOSED SUNDAY Shooo In.. 1B-14, CI..N..Jo Ap" 15- Blalock I..u..... "....
I 17. Bourbnr TII. 17-21. Souther Rod IH'A. >,irat F.dml l Bivinn a Loa
+ 21-1S 0 *. 0 Mttela 17 2(. Bowlar of ancTLaaburr: : .. n. tid U 11-iO fcnInrood a
UNITED DISCOUNT AUCTION th. weak Ann Mi-Donald .1 NurHrr I4S-81M. B ua r....
;
"
I : ROM E. Bye Jr. BhCTlffi/ Bon.i. acl 114. Darlan. Chadwlck 100. Bctu
I .i. Brtta 142 and 410. Mlka Graff Id and Darl.. joined th. ... .. 100 First & Finest Shopping Area
and 481, B...... Nan 415. Stand- Club but tr.> ''r fin. (..... .... or.nhadowvl .
INC. Inn. pqnttlai 25.5. Sharlffa 11-11 and br the BIO 141 (am* br
i.MUh.r. 17-U Bowl.r. of the .
MIDI. Ewh.lll.a. ..
Auction Every Wednesday And Saturday work Colan OurUa and Jlmmr D.....
...* _
Maaanht WI... ( TV ... *..... La,.
Nrdra ,
Batea See.
l I Closed/ Saturday, Dec. 26th tI..... 1M and 4 1. Ginnr Bnibakn Bruc. Caldw.ll. K." Aracr, 166-824- ; DAZZLING SPARKLING
I I Junction U.S. 41 and Rd. Ph. 11. and 4(2; Matroni Ill and 2271. 894 for 124. Cap. Haa. 1071, Air Co*. k.
Englewood 488.5393 ..
uadlnn. Wantora loot Producta. I. Vi8-1004-IOl for
I Ii 17-17 Matron* 2127 ., '
Blandlnn Manco-Lrawford;
Bmtln.l 25-27 and Bun U-I.
Air Condilioning and 1'_'. T......,
BARGAINS VALUES! ,:
lid 14-111 E.... ..... Aute ..... d
l8V.4l'/i, Air uontrol: Product*, .
I I'i II II II II II 817.12-1*.Harold Duana Kmaar Mane. 208, Lou fJ
111-401.
I Johnson, 108.! >.601, Gill Burklnrhun
801, Honr Maihk. Ill. Al Stautrom
.... Job... Do.._ 101.

SAV-0-MATIC I CHECK SamiunN.IMTT Mlk. Bolanh.General I THE MEN'S SHOP
Coil,... Bore Wstsr. $2U; bank DICK & MEADOWS PHARMACY
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Gnrh p.rlel'n horb.. S"1110"

For HIS CHRISTMAS

Men'i & le cIi I'"'
CHRISTMAS CLUB( : : $22.88

WATCHES .........................


I I I GREEN, WALTHAM, HELBROS Value to $75. ARROW R "...----


I Jnofher first lerferair FIRST 23! W. Venice 'y.-488-6776-Mtclical Center Bldg.

I I I 225 W .Venice Ave, Ph. 488-1620


I

I VENICE OFFICE MACHINES CO. SHRODE JEWELRY
..r

I II II I AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR UNDERWOOD OLIVETTI Wadding Rings Diamonds Stone Sat Ring


Sales' Service Supplies We Repair All Mate Watches Silverware Jewelry
I _--

I ,,r.prmrrr..m _.,... Yr,7.pe.,5.12515 ;".ua4y Stuart Maffick, Owner Witch and Jeweler Repair

bn.11n1l FIRSt FEDERAL SAVINGS

: I (lab (,book, wwa ';' :'::.py:: .'::"IAIOY"1a'loriola 1. 235 W. Miami Ave. 488-2473 W. Venice Ay* 488-JW


I AMOUNT Masse uarno' MO51
'A"&All'
I TAYLOR HARDWARE & PAINT CO. GULFTHEATRE TROPICAL DRIVE-IN

1 I 'A' fII/II O D" 0' .. ___
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Today thru Wednesday: Today thru Wednesday
I I I i Wei. NIl UIIOIIAL 242 54" 10011 CQMPIJIf _' I $1. CHRISTMAS TREE STANDS

6 7 I 1 I 7.o r.ra rwde mt ....se....e.er.....,....aeN_,,_taw ._ Open eveningt; 'til ChlmCII.; OQft "THE OUTRAGE"with "FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA"



I I I IH 213 W. Venice Ave :Ph.4884909Wecomt Paul Newman and

H I; NOTICE Your Chmtmm Club checks Electric Laurence Harvey and! HUES OF THE FIELD"
be
: can cashed WEATHER Claire Bloom
!! IRON!
1
any time? offer November 15 each year, / To

HEAT PUMP

VENICE STATIONERS
NOW IS THE TIME TO OPEN YOUR keep yow faasilyceisfortable VENICE SEED & FEED STORE


1965 SAV.O-MATIC CHECK CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNT ALL YEAR.ROUND. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND ARTIST SUPPLIES

A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER

I aut.eaticallyl Typewriter.. Adding Machine* (Mechanically Operated)

Cools and heats an entire 248 W. Miami Ave. Dial 488-3457 Required
home-using no fuel no Chemically Cleaned-Just $$1250-Plus. Part If

water! Just operating efficiently this. 211 W. Venice. A.,.. 48841IIYOUNG'S
on electricity

ST ./ .. convenient modem way to SUBMARINE SANDWICHES49c
cool and heat your home
cost less than you think. 5c 69c 79e GIFT NOOKSPECIALISTS

Call in now.seance Hot Roast Beef on Kummelwek SOc IN


ALSO HOT PASTRAMI KOSHER CORNED BEEF


4 ; EgAII Buffalo Bill's Snack Bar f HANDBAGS



I fOOUNt v & DELICATESSEN STRAW VINYL


"Our thiriiefh annivenary year" 744 VENICE AVE. E. I 121 W. Venice Ave. Ph. 488-5470 227 W. Venice Ave. 48841.1ITM

PH. 438-5352
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