Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00094
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00094
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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adioQueen THE SHINING FACT Registration of 302 for


njoys Rule Two years ago, Clyde V. Higel was elected mayor Election Tuesday Sets

and George W. Botts, Jr., was named councilman at an

ver Venice election in which only 3J votes were cast, out of a regis New Record for VeniceReaching

tration of 13-...

'ter what she described asr In next Tuesday's municipal election, in which 3(1>2 an all-time high in Venice registrations for the municipal t'
of the most wonderful days election next Tuesday totaled 302 when the books closed last +
my life" Mrs. Sally Sharkey, Venice citizens are eligible to cast ballots, more than 200 Saturday, it was reported by Mrs Helga Roess-Slede, city clerk

10 "Queen for a Day." left of them are expected to do so. Two years ago there were 134 'jj!

Lee last Tuesday afternoon to Higel had no opposition for the mayoralty post, registrations here. Last year's total his further assertion that he .) ;11,
I back to her home In New York I was 176. would resign the council seat he >jflj< ,4
which he had relinquished to go to war. Bolts and Dr. Candidates' Night' now holds If he is defeated in the : J
Sharkey, accompanied by; T. S. Thompson, who was running for a two-year term, Meanwhile, fanned by last race for mayor, turned out to b* 0 '
Tuesday's big Candidates Night"political statements '
I husband, James, flew down were unopposed also. This year, there are three candidates rally, staged at the Pin-s of the the most evening spectacular \p1 t

i New York last Friday alterher seeking the moor's: job, and four in the field for Hotel by the Venice Business Aijoclatlon Caspersen speaking after Su'orhad .\ '
title on the Mutual '
ing interest In the election outlined his character and ;
the council
casting System program vacancy. has reached an "all-time high" administrative qualifications for J ,\
een i for a Day," her major, To The Gondolier, this proof positive of a reawak- too. 1 I.',''

e being the trip to Venice ened interest in the municipal government is the out- Before an audience of more 8 A.M. TO 6 PM 1 $
ey were guests of Mr. and than 200 that packed the Pln s' Polls (Cln the C. of C.. Building 11
George Read, managers of standing and most heartening fact about this east dining loom to capacity six ) will be open Tuesday from ;

Worthington Apartments 1947 election. of the seven candidates outlined 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. s

and the VenlceNokomismber : The of the different factions the fuss their platforms. Sole absentee war
squabbling .
the mayoralty office, got well Into -
of Commerce and var- William P. Pearson, who filed for
i local merchants and Individ* and furore the heated exchange of critical comments mayor Just before the noon dead- his talk before making his sen- 1'1.J;

s joined in feting Mrs. Shar- all are as nothing when compared with the shining line last Saturday sational"If elected charge mayor:' Caspersen :4, :'

fact that now, at last, we have a citizenry in Venice thatis Gedney PresidesRchard chairmanof said "I will have to resign my 11

Liked Venice" anxious for good government and willing to spend a the V.B.A.H. Gedney board of, governors, seat as a councilman. I promise 2
e radio "queen, an attr :- in to it. I will try to get a home-owuer j'
little time and thought trying get presided over the rally and introduced .
> matron who elevator I
an ;
who is not a business man appointed -
tutor at Jack Dempsey's Great' When the citizenry of any city any county each of the following candidates to succeed me." I I

ern Hotel in New York fell any state any nation falls into an attitude of apa- in this: order: False Rumor .1

|love with Venice and said she thetic disregard of how they are governed, then they Louis Suter FQR and MAYOR Finn Casper Then he referred to the fals ,
d she and her husband could Pale Seven) ;
soon get a totalitarian government. Whether that gov- (Continued on e
i and make their home her. ernment is communistic or fascistic is of little real consequence sen. FOR COUNCIL I'

awhile a "one-woman, she promised Chamber to act of Both are poison both hold little attractionfor H. S Bowden. Carl Wolf SmjthBrohard Country Club to : J 1

ne: lor Venice in New a freedom-loving people such as we Americans and Walter ChargeA LehmannSwWflonaJ Hold First Big /

k," So we urge every registered citizen of Venice to goo charge by mayoralty candidate -
l Try A. Beach, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce polling place next Tuesday Caspersen that neither of his Golf Event Sunday I !

p local C. of C. and. H. S. 13qw- and vote. For whom you vote is your own private opponents ii legally qualified to t ,
president, have made Sarasota -
ar from
If elected and Nearly 50 golfers
business BUT VOTE! That's the important thing. accept office eyen i
ements to send a potted palmas are expected to trek to the :
ed a gift from Venice to Venice Country Club links here
i. Sharkey for placement in the HOST Sunday to participate with ;
r of the hotel where. she isToyed. 'QUEEN FOR A DAY' AND HER local men and women players in I )

"blind bogie" event arranged
a 1'1"1 1'1"1this )
Expresses Thanks by Pro Nelson Lee
the affair will get
to all.
Calling at The Gondolier office i iI Open
I; before leaving for Sarasota' under way at 1:30 p.m., Lee said

| catch a plane for New York., He asked that those Interested in '
in the event in which \
playing r.
Sharkey said she had had a
"iderful time and expressed golfers Pick their own handicapand :
good a
duffers have as
ftere appreciation for all the \
the low-handl- f'
to win as
nesses shown her and gifts chance tl.9 1
contact him at
dented to her and to her hus- cap stars J
to 1:30.:
nd clubhouse prior
and afternoon -
Tomorrow morning ,
l-lr. and Mrs. Read also thank- and women golf-
local men
aU who contributed to making 1 ers will play the nine-hole, par .;\

e "queen's"' stay here so enjoy- 37 course to establish handicap y i < '
I*, Among them I Lee said special events are be- '
were: ,I
for each *tek-< ml
planned '
JBronson Palm Grill (meals), throughout Ing tile winter season and
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It is hoped that nuns and ,4
men's teams to represent Venice ..
in contests with golf teams of
WeatheR. nearby cities can be arranged!

4 Mis Graham French announcesa
High Low Inches dance will be luld in the
MPERATUJl.E RAINFALLel'OUSy this Saturday evening
ported ,.. .. 137 ( Jimaa rF.4ks. ;lIt stalling at 9 p.m. It will be in-
w ere
1. Nov. 21 78 64 0.00 wig foimal. to lar as the men
't" she bald, "but we hops
f1' Nov. concerned
85 67 000 ""Ji. ..
.., really gala evening -
11. Nov, 23 83 67 000 .... !.:!I------ that for the first
O i. Nov. 24 ... 85 69 0.05es. Worthington Apal.tmcnt are Mrs. SallY of the club all the ladies will
., Nov 25 75 62 000 Shown above. viewing the fountain In the patio "of and the George Read manager of The Worthlnlto'\ take this opportunity to we\r
ed., Nov, 28 64 52 07S Sharkey of New York City radio "Queen natlon-v.1de for a DaY.publicity Venice !has received during the" past week\evening dresses. Reservations are

art. Nov. 27 .. 68 54 000 Read having was volunteered primarily to responsible act as host for for the Mrs chosen selected as Mutual'by the. "Queen New York for studio a and en ee program : not necessary"
Sharkeywas was
otal 1 to Thursday --
date last -' -
this month .. 2 17 of that name -

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VENICE Novelllber
Pare Two 28, Iii

Colonel GroveTo =--1

ehtce 1 1"I eri 4 Venice Bowlakade Be Lions Deafened Now

Men's League Hear With
Club Speaker

Single Unit

STANDINGSR': Col. W, R. Drove, owner of the I
L Tins famous Lychee Orchards at Laurel Science has now made It

R. & R 22 Ii 19x61 will be the guest speaker at ble for the deafened to hear pad:
I do not agree with a will defend sounds. It Is a hearing lD
it.VOLTAIREPublished \dorjai 20 7 19,630 Thursday's 6:30: pm meeting deric!
next small
with my life your right to say that it fits in the n
Earl's 14 13 19.362 of the Venice Lions Club a'. enables thousands to hand an,
every Friday Editorial and business office, 313 West High School .. 14 13 1971,2 Venice Country Club. mOM music and enjoy is
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida P. O Box 632 Phone Venice 3131, panlonshlp friendly com
':ence Laundry 10 17 19.71'J President Carl Wolf ths: w"'t! Accepted I ,

MEMBFR FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Venice Food 10 17 19J23 a trounced tie appointment of the Cbuncll American on Pin M,' NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Venice Furniture 10 17 16317: Arsorlato.
throe ccmmltte- chairmen m This device doe not

Filtered u-second-class matter June 6, 1946. at the post officeat Smlttvs .. 8 19 18,918IVerk's follows: Program, George Oiud; ante bitten rack. Oattery1IO rrqUlre cep.

Venice. Florida. under the Act of March 3, 1879. Pa suits activities, Col. A. C Earnslu: case or garment to bulge cr felt
-'- you down. Tin t, ,
MoifSv! Nov 24 Venice Fuini- I mcmbiiship! R. 0 Ilalnes clear "
Subscription rates! One year, $250) six months, $1.50; threemonths powerful. So ml :II' ( 3t
73: :. Classified advertising rates 2 cent per word, first 20words lute defeated Ven ce Laundry 2-1: No meeting was held last nlgnt, adjust it v" : nut::11; > ,'

; 1 cent per word for each additional word. 'ills defeated Venice Food 2-1. because of tl.n Thank:ul\ins liol-: hearing as \ 'rr: ..1anzo T

\\edne dfl} No26. Adoljiis day The make; of B art t

C'\RROLL II. UlILMM: .. ...... .., Editor and Publisher! defeated Sm'tu' 's 3-0: R & III they proud will of shdiv their a: mont th

HELEN WIILItMtHOW : .. .. .. Office :Manager I Wead High School 3-0 Church tlve bockl: M v5.

.\RI) FKILtl .. .. ... .... .. .... .... !Shop Foreman NEXT NLEK'GtIIFS Baptist may get a lull ;r. 1'a0II\roar!
this rpTiark-ibl I ', 1.
Monda\'. Dec 1. Hitch "chool Vs. lias Religious Write ;:, del1ce

I ronan Trucking: Venice Lail-
VENICE INLET Pin I 13' v, Vonie- Food \\ednesdA\ Literature DisplayFor Beltone Hearing Service
I Today or Call at ()trip,
r D c 3. Smitty's vs Eail OaianUAH ':
Spoiling Goods vs. Vtl- who might like to
those .
AND Above Surt
8. r tnl u.e. religious literature Roebuck
give Bibles or PHONE 6660SARASOTA
KINDERGARTENKIS; \UK\M or books as Christmas gifts, the'
Compi! d bv Ma joi le Adcrhn
:2ito 5)) Rev D. CanipVcll Crawford has
f'jP1 -., League Secretary) arranged a special display at the

:Mirjoiii lane Phone 'IOS9 : 3 C i cnond Smllt>'n 170 First BaptM Church The display! I, Mil' Ilia\ !
I ,
C m
IH Gct;;
:t Venice Laundry 163// will be open| and ciders will bo':' Fir Moth r nr Ihd I

0 Bmk, tt. Ado j fn's 1JJVI taken Sunday moiiunrs and evenings -
-In E ils 152'Ki and duilni: the regular

? 1"' I '1' S HERE ice.idall. Venice Laundry 110 r Wednesday ncniiu; prayer mNt- : -

fiat Lail lj} irgs, until riuistmis:

;jj Till NEW, F\CITING DIFFERENT J. icnice Food tai | The R"v'. CI1lvfol'daid the IH- I j FOR

RAYETTE ELECTRONIC Oakl',v V. rice Laundry 15
A Permanent WaveCHARM \JoMi n Adcnan. 1UKc m-mb, i'< of other churches being FI\E

rtr= '. High School |5J welcome i, WI ;a 1 a- Baptists ($1

\il Richardson, R A. R 15JB WORK

nb.', Venire Furniture I:3J I
r :; Beauty Salon Curwood, Snuttj .. .. 149 RADIO I( QUEEN Open-6 II m It, ( pm.
r Saturdays K aw. to JJE
\\illnm Venice Food 149
'L- TRIXIE UCIII: Contlrued from Page One MITCHELL'S
( J C Boi, oth, High School .. 117
\ 2.3 West Miami An, Charm Beauty 'ion: I ihair-d3>:
.... Phone 2811 Stepihim. High School 117velln BARBER SHOP
\ence' C, tin;rv' Club! I iSnioiB-n-
r. L \ R & R 117Mi"k 132 Uinlr .lu
bold': Alpha Music I radioemceTiiitalsenlce): Venice telnet
R 5.R. .... 1.61m
\ ): Gilt R4LPH :SHOE:: ILPIKEnglewood:
? I 1'a t1). High School 14SIKooplor
'J Oilll dinner(: Josephs Dun
Add Jan a 141
Give \ Store gifts: ): Summers &. CJWflowei
Hodsln, Atluijan; 143
) >: RrDon Crawford:
: .
; \M 7. Ve'i.c' rood 11 I
' Earl aid ;
pictuieo : Byron ruse
heM fA 1. V Biorsrth, R V R 140
f. ,. oil' : Ralph Coleman 'fruit):
.. I Biolmd Smitty's '40Fcnton Home AcresnniE
Hayes Orange Grove 'rtoptlon -
.0 Earls 133
.:\ : Perlick, Smi t>'s HaRieburn >: Mrs. James Ponder (gift: ti-ACRE EARNS

Smiltys H9 Richardson Sport Shop gift); Right In Town Best Value 1

WtslinjhcuseCONSOLETTE Dietrich, R, *. R 13J Rexall Drug refreshments: ): In the State tot Location B4

II IIand Adrian, HUh School 1"3 Engle's Tea Room. Englewood Pike

Leger, Eaili .. 137 lunlheoni: Hipels Appllan
they will come horn" after fchool (gift): See J. E.
Earl, Earls 136
It trill make. them the envy of their Nelson, Venice Food 134 Veslewood! Gift Shop (gifts): Phone :nOl or inquire at

.\:'\ .UTOMtlir \Ilt FIIONOGIIiril R adinc. Venice Furniture 114Hanchcy Frank Raeonn and JIis R'c-; -

lth LIFT. RADIO $139.95 i Venice Laundry 1341|burn gifts of sheet>: Texas JIm -

Stoiap<' loom for 168 recoids Press the single control button I McCracken, Adorjans 132 Mitchell and Mrs. II tchtll, Sarasota -
and YOU "it: 50 minutes of recorded music
Peters, R A. R 132J Reptile Farm garden pasty It Pays To Play
('ah or Terms from $5.00 per month.
B irkett, Adorjan .301 and gifts : -

ALPHA MUSIC SHOP Ralph' Lanpierl, V, Furniture '221 Louis Sitter, Hotel Venea(!
Biilcy Venice Laundry 119 I IHempiill plolta'ion i: Mr. and Mis G o:tte SPORTING NEEDS,

311 Untlce Ase. VENICE Phone 2663 Venice Furniture 113 |Gibbs.: Tarpon Center deep sea Sir ('S IIR>T

Haines, Venice Furniture 115 ti hind trip and luncheon:
Gicve Smit'y 113 Charl r.raal1' and Buddy: RliBo -

Ray Langlerl V, Furniture 111 Tarpon Center:, Restaurant
breakfast .
e -- The Florida $|..rt,m P'.''*(
} Venire "k-n.. pent

Let THE GONDOLIER do your Phone 3132

I Iewasw printing. Just phone 3131. -




That the charge
against us, and we
plead guilty gull y
to having the loveliest in the
array of Jewelry gifts MUST be a man with years of experience

a 11 guaranteed t o affairs of VENICE
bring happiness en
? J Christmas morniru
Don't wait until the A man of PROVEN abilityA
last minute. Make
your selections now man who is FEARLESS, AGGRESSIVE wJ
Ask about our Ity PROGRESSIVE
away plan.

GULF GRILL s KNOWLES A tool for NONE, a servant for ALL

JEWELERS That man is Finn Ca p rien
320 West Venice Avenue

(Gulf Theatre Building) i Post Office Arcade ;< FOR THE LOVE OF VENICE

SANDWICHES Vote for Finn Caspersen
OPEN 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. (Pild Political AdnrtlMmMl) )
Contributed by a nb.unlUI Venice prol> rtT owner
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Ralph O Stepson, commander of No-Vel post of the American
lion and local cucumber grower this week began laying plans for Signs InstalledChief Shop
venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce exhibit at the Sarasota Box 14. Venice Phone 2153
nty Fair, to be held In conjunction with the Sara de Soto Pag- lC'tt of Police Oerry Pestotnlk
L,. In Sarasota February, 18-21 4 6tg, this week announced Installationof The circular saw was first used
ciSlOR to be represented a\ "courtesy" speed warning signs In Maine, shortly after 1820. l.
["coming fair was reached by ident of the Sarasota Junior C. of along' the Trail at both the south 'v.
C., who attended the directors' and north city limits has been a
[local C of C board of dlrec- ,
meeting Also In attendance completed
last week at which time weieCounty .a Entering the city from either ONLY 9 DAYS LEFT!
W E. Evans and
Lson was named chairman at I direction the motorist Is warnedto
I committee to. arrange for the County Commissioner W. L. slow down by a sign reading: Alston's BU Uth 'I
Lit by President Woodard.An "THIS or THIS?" On the left Is Anniversary Sale
offer from Otis Bronson to shown the legal speed limit "25 BARGAINS GALORE!
| Bowden to assist him were Sc Cllo Off On All Gasoline
S. display his collection of shells I Miles Per Hour" through the city.
1,W.R. Grove and Mrs. Georje from all over the world at the I On the right as the alternative. ALSTON'SSERVICE ,-'
Is reproduction of red traffic I
el. a a
of Commerce was accepted STATION:
wden named M. Cousins by the directors. The exhibit tag. '
On Th. Trail
and Smyth Brohard Leaving the city the motorist I I
....' Hlzel
has been located for the 4 Mil. South of Venice f fI"
reads 'Thank Resume
committee to consider en- : you. J
of Orlan-
past several months "
In Finn Ca3persens
local C. of C. float in
ince of a do has announced he will be R I:. (it
L Sara de Soto Pageant parade, real estate office where candidate to succeed himself as
(suggested by Arthur Bell, pres It has attracted much attention. state comptroller In the Demo- QUIET I SAYJ ,,

cratic Primaries next May. Gay h a.YOU .
became comptroller In October SEEN 'IS i
1946 A resident of Orlando for

Winter Reservations e banking 25 years citrus he had growing been engaged and was In LORDSHIP\ ? A

clerk of the circuit court. rM u:.. ;yoi: to ...

If You are Planning on Coming to Venice ,*.Iph j1 \
This Winter, May We Suggest Now 1 Is the READ THIS COPY 0 f Gl:) r:1
Time to Make R&om Reservations? OF THE GONDOLIER A
Many of Our Foresighted Guests NORTH

Already Have Done So, Freeing Their

Minds from ?"
Any \Vhere-Shall-\Ve-Stay LAND CLEARING

I Questions.. For a truly pleasant evening, many think nothing compares
with the luxury of an easy chair, roomy slippers, a good book
and a tall, cool mixed drink of ones choice for leisurely sipping
', and enjoyment And for the widest assortment ol choice whiskies
wines, gins and rums, nothing compares with the stock x,

EL PATIO HOTEL i displayed at y Pd j r i

m w. Venice Ave VENICE, FLORIDA Phone 3572
Owner Manager Englewood Phone 3390 'C .VENt/E ""J. ,,. Z 1.4 YEN, A


OWNER t 7'I' '




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We Specialize In Tropical Plantings -

Landscaping Lawns ;


Shower Trees

Variegated Rubber Trees

All Kinds Of Palms

30 Different Varieties Of Hibiscus

j Bougainvilleas Ligustrum

Flame Vine Jasmine

Ixora (Flame of the Woods)

Over 1,000 Crotons To Pick From

61 Grafted Double Yellow Hibiscus



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(Pace.Four. VENICE GONDOLIER Frida" November 21.1 Ifel
TIDE TABLES FAST WORK After a two weeks' visit herewith
Dependable VENICE INLET "What time did you get your his wife, the former Wanda IDEAL FOR yo:
Service Punta Rasa Correction paper nut Friday?" Elliott, and their baby daughter Florida Vacation
NOV. 28-DEC. 5 That wit the Question shot Private Wlliam Drillers left last Private SWimming
. WE SPECIALIZE IN Data Blah tow at ui by Pat Hayneshe has Monday for his new station In Close to GUlf Beach Pool
Chrysler Products FI.. No. U 1,8" 7:11, and Golf
II,160 p.m.p.m. 8:4S p.m. the salvage store In the Bay HawaII. Mrs. Drlggers and the Badminton Course
Bat. Nov. .20 1.11 p.m. TO a m. nard Building on West Miami baby will join him there next SpaCIous Count
NOKOMISGARAGE ltl7 pm. He has been stationed at Living and
Avenue. summer Sun
Su. Nov SA 12:39 am. 0:30 .m.Mil.
... D.... 1. ,,22.m. P:4& a m. "Ahout noon" we replied Fort Monmouth, N. J. Write for Rates
Tu... 0...,. I 1.11 .m. IOU ..m. wondorln "Now what did :we Further Illforll1allo.and
W..... Pfo do wrong Copper
Dec. 4 1:20 a m. 12:11 pm. Kettle Inn
GEORGE T. DEVLIN 8:2.1 pm.I "I war Just rurlom" Pat Phone THE GONDOLIER Venire. Florida
Phone 2581WUUUUWM I FI.. P.... I e:01 ..m. 12:24, ..m. said. "2 hold that washing machine Venice 3131.
0:30 p.m. 1:34 p.m. I had In my classified .
r.____________ ----- ad. The party that bought It --:'fJ.U1'U- -
I came In about 1 p.m. Friday Wit
I and !Mid lhe\'d Keen the ad in & ENGLE'S TEA ROOM '
A Privilege to Live tn Florid
The Gondolier I didn't even
A Distinction to Live in Venice i'ii, know the paper was out jet I g j ON HIGHWAY_775 ENGLEWOOD
Just thought >ou'd like to -
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor': know lie little ad brou nt : DELICIOUS, SATISFYING Ml: .\I s

quick results." I;: Luncheon I 12 to 2 Dinner
r:} (o) to 3
r} { SUNDAY HOIKS.j3 :
VENICE FLORIDA : ;| Lunch 12:45 to ::30' Hh'nrr
MW PHONE NUMBER: 5:'10 tog
I 5 Where! the Tamianu Trail Merit the Open Gulf I I1 Venice 3671 Phone Venice 2486
,.Ft..._., i....:::.r"4......u.S.L..LT r : : ;' 4.ui r -- Real Estate Office !G f'15ifi'1S: ifi? =tilS"eTt'1i 1W m, Yi''Yffi .

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I Building; brad nav; home?

Remodeling your old home?' v


Refurnishing a house or room?



e Indeed we should be able (to give sound advice and assistance. For over tvventyfhe

years we've devoted all our tirhe and energy to homes. We're home specialists and Southwest

Florida knows it and comes to us for aid


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We Have The Most Complete SelectionOf

Furniture and FurnishingsLike

a'l! stores, we've been restricted the
war years. But things are changing rapidly. Be-
cause we have always had such large stocks
largest between
Tampa and Miami we will have a generous

share of the NEW things as they are released. Look for the things you need at KING'S.


"We Feather Your Nest. With A Little Down"




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November 28, 1947
of moving the large Of-
[?clubhouse to the Civic from Center Venice sHe Air on
I Venice Avenue near Harbore DEEP SEA FISHING
was started last week, re-
City Supervisor Ouy Cur-
I.The building to be used to
city offices and provide an
ftorium, will be moved In four Cabin Cruisers "ALIBI" and "MISS MONA" Leave
Ions and is scheduled to bey
occupancy about Jan-

rl REOPEN. Tarpon Center Docks

I Every Thursday -- Friday -- SaturdayWeather

( Permitting) 8 A.M. Returning 5 P.M.

RATES: $4.00 PER PERSON. Everything Furnished, Rut Your Lunch.

Box Lunches For Sale At Dock. i

Here Is Your Chance for the Most Fun in Florida A Whole Iaon

The Gulf, Out Where the Fishing Is Good.SPECIAL .

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.We Doz. '

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BUUD FRESH DAILY Including GASPARILLA ISLAND and PASS Historic Pirate Rendezvous. ti

COOKIESSpecial Occasion Cakes 1 $4.00 Per Person y



A. SMITH Call Venice 2056 for Reservations or be at Dock By 7:45: A.M.
247 TV. Venice ATB.


[ Open'Letter to 'Finn Caspersen and Smitty Brohard '!\'jt'jtAn r f

Dear Friends: I get for ten cents a day street lights in every part of the; .J .
city insuring safety to my children and to my property.
As you two fellows seem to be the ones who are beingheld
by the general public of Venice as responsible for this terrific I get for ten cents a day the most efficient garbage collection ;
raise in City taxes forced upon the people of Venice, I thought I I have ever seen, garbage not just picked out of the can: 'f'
would address this letter to you two. and scattered all over my yard and all up and down the streets %4
but actually cleaned up and hauled away from my premises. '
All this week after listening to street talk of 3 tot hundred
fir cent raise in City Taxes I have dreaded to even: go to the Pos. I get for ten cents a day a wonderful l. well-kept, clean, ;J
hard-surfaced drive to to the most wonderful beach in Florida.get ..
Office to get my mail, knowing that: sooner or later I, too, would go
I get street constantly repaired and kept spotlessly clean :, A.
one of these tax notices. Finally, the thing came and calling my
my entire family aroud the dinner table, after first telling them by a very efficient street cleaning force. :\
that maybe this I letter would the giving of our humble ,
to. I get for ten cents a day fire protection by a fire depart'x
home, I opened the dreaded missive, and fellows, you should be ment rated as one of the best in the state, standing ready 24 hours
ashamed of yourselves. a day to help save my house if I let a cigarette catch my sheet
afire some night and burn the end of my nose before setting the
Do you know what you have put my taxes up to? I entire house afire. Now you have a rule that if I burn a little
thought better of you two. My taxes are actually the awful sum trash behind the house I must first notify the fire department.of .
S36.00 on'my home for the next)'ear. As I :ain't: ever had I know you do that just in case it got beyond me and burnt my
much, schooling,. I had one of my children break this down to kitchen off. Why put me to the trouble of calling them up, why
simple figures that even I could understand, and fellows do you not just let the house burn up? I have it insured. Oh, yes, I
realize that you are actually charging me the unheard of sum ofTEN forgot. That fire department cuts my insurance down a whole
CENTS a day' to live in Venice? I just can't believe it; lot, maybe more than the ten cents a day, bu I hate to give you
surely you can't do this to me. Now, Finn and Smitty, did credit for that.
you ever sit down and figure out just what you are giving me for '
this terrific charge of TEN CENTS a day? Well, I did, and here Now, gentlemen, you see that I am not getting much (for
"is the answer, and you should be ashamed: my ten cents a day. Now, if you are elected, don't you think
you could lower that amount to about 8 cents a day by doing
I get for ten cents a day the finest police protection admin- away with the Fire Department, the Street Cleaning Department,
'Istered by two of the finest law officers in any town in the state, the police force, and the City lights? I want you to retain the
safety for my wife and children all hours of the night and day off Garbage Collection as I don't believe my sensitive nostrils could
and on the streets of Venice. Traffic laws tirmly but politely stand the daily contact with the fragrant odor cf my garbage: can.:

enforced, constant hourly patrol of every section of the city "Your friend,
during the recent storm. Constant guard.over my home and
American CitizenAThIs
family both night and day by two perfect gentlemen.

and Smyth Brohard the Interest of good 1 City. Government as administered br
Is a paid political advertisement. Paid for by friend of Finn Caspersen City Officials.)
as Venice
these two fine men In their past performances

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Vim:: = OONDOL =:a'I Friday. Rorelap? It,

-rllre Six- __ I St. Mark's Annual I dar, afternoon Decelllber

BUSINESS TRIP yrV- WM announced this J
services were held at LETTERS RUVundy.wefl"br iiKan
Un. H. L. Mundy will lean Funeral Christmas'Sale

Venice December 7 for a short Bradenton last Saturday for Dan To TheEDITOR lovely hanillna4e" "

\ iel O. Bustle of Sunoset. who was Next Wednesday tides for
business trip North. She plans I Itrla, ..
\ In business In Venice / as Christmas flowers. .J.
her grandson, Harry enraged 111\\\ be
pick up
1 Annual Christmas Sale of St.Mark' display." Mrs
L. Mundy III, In St. touts, where during the early days of the city. Mundy
Ouild will be held at too "Everyone lg
1 be attends the Central Institutefor Mr. and Mrs A. E. Edge of Vei- I urged 10 COIIIIIIrb
Country Club this year for a good
',\ the Deaf, and bring him bark ice attended the services Edge Nov. 25. 1947 Venice selection, Tea iii!
from 3 to 5 o'clock on Wednes served for 35 cen'tIN
i to Venice with her, serving as pallbearer. Mr. Carroll Williams, Editor per pew.

Venice Gondolier --.

i "Sick Radios Made Well In Venice" Venice, Florida A

Modern Test Equipment Dear Carroll: 0

Genuine Part*-Free Estimates As Chairman of the Venice HURRY f
Business Association I wish to
PHONE 2672B.
take this belated opportunity of Phone

& W. Record Players extending! our congratulations for 3161

the fine Job you did In' bringingout
LYRIC and Portable Public Address System the first Progress Edition of If No Answer, Call 2955
BREWSTER For Rent By Day. Month or Week'
RADIOS:! AC or Batttrr Operated the Venice Gondolier .The com :

prehensive scope of coverage con : VENICE TAXI SERVICE
tained In this edition will I am ,

151 U, Venice Avenue<< CECIL H. GRIE1E sure give a very realistic picture U-DRIVE-IT CARS FOR RENT

I of the advantages of Venice t.o .

those unfortunates who have never -
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dill : ;d..l1 I been here. I fully realize that -LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES

5 When You Want A Plumber compiling such an edition must
Be Sure That He Is GOODS Indeed be an arduous task however NOTICE: or INTENTION NOTICE: OF IMTNTIO -
I t' ;
The undersigned do hereby certify that undtniiined 4 herey \
efforts, and,
Dependable Plumbing t your they art conducting an Outboard and In' an conducting. a mw.pspc
I am sure that I speak for (11 board Motnra.' Part and Repairing bus print ing Awineso! ., sew -
4 Contracting Repairing well myse'f. Ineu at Englewood. Florida, under the Avenue- Venire. Fh.dL, loader .*fib
our members as as
of flosses name of
; Full Line Fixtures and Materials when I say 'Congratulations fora MAC SWAP SHOP VENICE GONDOLIERand
ill and that laid firm It composed of the fol. that old firm| |is nmpuL
its d
Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings swell Job. Heres hoping that lowing ptriMina whoa name and place following ntraoni chew names ml ..6.

{ LET I'S FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN this will Initiate bigger and better of retldenre arc aa followiiI of residence are at follows. ,
E. MfCreary. Yale Avenue, Englte Helen Williams. O. but III V.
Progress Editions for the future wood. Florida.M. be, FloriJH.
| JOSSART KINCAID t tt F MrCreary. Yale Avenue. Engle-. C.ye I Williams. P. O. &a IlL
With best wishes, I am, wood. Florida v. Florida.

Phone 2665 Venice Florida tH Very sincerely yours follows Ownership t of M..*'. Swap Shop la M followiiHelen Ownership of Vrnli-t l'.mduliw k s

.#- #_...........---.......__..---.! !!, Richard H Gedney S. E, MrCreary, 10%) Wlllnm. bee'
M. F. McCreary. Kit. Carroll H. Wlllitmi, lot
It U our Int.nUo"0 ..ppJ0 the It our Intention In apply It the CM
Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for ...fI the Circuit Court In and for Sin*
Sarasota County Florida to register the County. Florida to rwi'lrr the aid era
aid name of Mac'a Swap Shop tinder : of Venice Gondolier under the pnmw
the provisions of Chapter 10951 Laws of I of Chapter 2111. Lows of Fbn*, An
Florida Acts of 111. of 1141Wltnett.
Witness our hand, this 10th day of I our hands, this tltb 4u 4
November 1947. November, 1 <",
ssti PnhlLhl Nor M 21. M, Dee. I, 1147. Publish l Nov. 2k. |)K. (, 11, II. Dtl,

lI TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME The undenurneit don. hereby, was
The und..i"".. doe hereby certify that he It conducing l bowlim alley! HIrettaurant
that he li conducting an automatic laundry bu.mr.. at 24f! win \ntAxenue
bu.In... at Englewood, Florid., un. Venice. Florida, under the litltiout
dor the fictitious name of name of
I and that laid firm ',. computed of the and that said firm li Mtrowl 4 t
following person whole names and plaree following persons ..h of residence art as followti of residence are a. full C. A. Rrlter P. O. Boa 41 Englewood, W. Hi>".. Jr. Hirtrt Dm,
Florida. Venice Florid.,
Ownership of Englewood Automatic Ownership of V,,i reBi.Uki4> MGrill
Laundry b at follower la f.illow.1
C. A Reiter. Sole Owner George W. BotU. IT Me OwwIt .
It I It my Intention In apply U the Clerk It Intention to apply b till Get\
as of' the Circuit Court In and for Saratou of the Circuit Court In and for ...-
County. FI."Ia.D retttter the said name County Florida, to mcl.t tlititdi",
of Englewood Automatic Laundry under Venice Bowl.kl.lr And Grill undo IInrovixlont .
its the provisions of Chapter !'J.H, Laws of of of Chtpler 1119&1., Lae dFlorida
Florida. Arts of 1141 Arts 01 1911.Witnes'a .
Witness my hand this ISth day of No. I' any bond, this Ih day "No
v.mber, 1917. ,
6. A REITFRPuhli.hl emher. UfT.mOHGF W. SOT15.11.
r No*. 1I1.. SI. Doc 5, 147.OTICR Publish Not. 14. tl. n. Doe, I, 1 leg

The undersigned duet hereby certify The undersigned do tuiiia'
that she It conducting a Specialty Shop they are. conducting a lUunnt... .. r*
business at ISO Wool Vtnice Avenue under ar.10 Weal Venice ..J"..JjT
the fictitious name of Ida, sector the fl.II"
WEATHERArrangements and that said firm to computed of lhelollowln" and that amid firm b wmpntrf and p.of .
Whose names
persons whom names and places lowing pertont
of retirtenct art aa followtt residence art at foll..w.t W Void
Helen Grtoe Engman Apartments, Harry Stockman. P. 0 Rot

should be mad now to heat your horn with Venice Ownership Florida of Th. Relent Shop It atol Florid.Pete.A. Pepple. P 0Swlerthlp Bus tII, Valk

Inwt ". ,
tMelon I-'
flamc-lrp heater The UM of electricity for this purpose la Graue. Bole Owner of Gulf Grill H M
It I. my Intention to apply to the Clerk Harry Stockman. W'

Florida Is inefficient and uneconomical Th moil practical and nf> the.Circuit Florida Court to regtittr In and the for laid SaratoUbounty. name rt": A.near People intentlon SOS In apply far\0 the SsssaCeanty. Clad

of The Helena Shop under the provitionti ..f the Circuit Court In and aid 00
cheapest method 1s with oil Chapter WW. Laws of Florida Arts Florida. to rogue r the 0-00 d
of 1941 of Gulf Grill under the A- d
Witness my hand this 14th day of November. Chapter 096I Lawt of Floruit
1947. 3943. 10lh it"of 0
So please In your own belt Interest see oil heating HELEN CRAVE Witness our bands. this
your Publish Nov. II, 21. 18. Dec (. 1947. somber IU7. lARRY STOCKMAN

equipment dealer right Oil heaters to fit need PETE: A. PEPPLE
away. every ----- -- ---- --- 1917
!t" PubH.ni NOT. ... II, 2' D... I, '

and: every household budget are readily available. Business .
rrlw.. NAME
: + -.. FlCTITIOl
AND The undersigned do hereby tarn tones :

Do It now before the first chilly spell sets off a buying rush.It I ProfessionalDirectory they coffee are shop conducting huoln_ on a rn U.f.r Militias S .1 OPP'w aid
feet wool
will take only a few minutes. And you'll be assured of wader Innately the 000 fl.tltlo". room of

maximum heating comfort and convenience it minimum cost. and that said firm I 1s wines., and pil following persona whore ,
SEE YOUR DEALER RIGHT AWAY! of Ray residence Langieri am. p. follows 0. Ru. tll, Von

R.OOrING Florida. p. o. Bas W
Ralph j Lantrlerl Jr
Roof Work ,of All Kinds 1 Venice, Florida. JMrI II aed
I Ownership of Mdakka
Iowa tRay

FLORIDA POW{ GBT COW _. Phone Z981 Ralph l Lon"I.I.Langied.60q.: ., 691 t' app' II b

e nna i' dlr. ".t-tna'cTror Court 0 |yBaraaota I:-

County, F1"ridlM .| ,nd *
BRUCE RIGBY sold name of -
provisions of Chanter
General Painting Contractor 1 Florida, Acts of 1941. this tllk 66, e
flEE BOOKLET tells the complete story ol l Witness our hands
Modern Oil House Healing Get your copy beta Interior & Exterior Decorating November 1947.RAY

oar efface or your beating dttdtr.. Phone Venice 2865 LAINGIERI I illl IL,

I, Publish Nov. !tLr. Dees S. It -

Venice Furniture Co.

321 Welt Venice Avenue "A HOME-OWNED STORE" Phone 3133 TERMS IF DESIRED R. G.. HAM, Owner

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.:l4to....111.... November 28, 1947 I VENICE OONDOLIER Page 8Jea

' 1.1n ELECTION | Then he threw the bombshell, I Suter's election If he should win. was not a registered county voter 11 1 bills and the city's method of assessing

asserting: I but I will resign my council seatas I last year his registration on the I property, which Sot**.

onUnued from Page One) "Neither Pearson nor Suter my I don't care to serve on what new rolls this year satisfied the I owner of the Venezia Hotel tig"

II that had recently swepte two opponents, are on the county I believe would be an Illegally city charter provision. 'oiously attacked and Caspersm
11- to the effect that no one registration rolls, although all constituted body." Yesterday after an out-of- 'as vigorously defended.

be. vote in next Tuesday's' city four of the council candidates aie Sut r Denies Charge town trip to consult legal authorities I Althoazh the Casperscn-S

L unless they were also i I know because I checked ",It'll Suter Immediately denied that ,6uter Issued the followl.n mayoralty debate took up the major -

' 1IrU Iterci on the county rolls. I' County Supervisor of Roglstritlon : he was not qualified, declaring he statement: portion of the threc-botir
'III. Is not true." raspersimbut Dixon yesterday had checked with authorities who "I, Louis Suter am a citizen cf meeting each of the councllnwnic
'!Ct' tt I Moment of Silence candidates brief: outlines rf
the city charter DOES assured him that even though he the State of Florida and City ol gate

de no man Is eligible to hold There was a moment of stunned Venice a taxpayer and have done their platfoims

Elected city office If he Is not I silence before Caspersen I'.- all of the acts that the law requires (Lack: of 01ade invents prrs-

lillfled elector of the State of I sumed: CLASSIFIEDADS me to do. I have filed mv entatlon of a complete report of

II." "However, I will not protest ILLEGAL petition, according to law, and the various candidates' tatcminti -
have discussed the technical Tuin to Pace 8 for the

NOTICES---- ----- I 17. 4 word first 20 word.. Ie each 'I question raised by the oppositionwith Paid Political Adxeitlscmenls"

additional. Cash word. Minimum Spacial char rates.., capable legal counsel. I have I of various candidates<, .

NOT I C ESnitvita I for more than u.o.din... of the been Informed and advised by ,
i .xmc old. Ad, will be accepted over
UnrlU. Nn.mbr" 2H. 1'117 thorn that I
the t.'Irphone I am a qualified rhe ,
,,.?..'! IS HEREBY: GIVEN that pursuant to Chapter 181. H.Tl.lu Hl.tu>,... I h".d.1', with tho up 5 p.m. DON & BUD'S
understandingi tor in the
Ul.iw.nr d..cril.. .tViMfe outcry for the ninhiiit and brut <'..h bid at the Court H.nm tnxhninwAM. i .1 payment ty of Sarasota and
City of
I ,.n 'hi U'h day nf r>.r mbr, 1817. Eai h ri..p"'ll>i. parcel 1 of .aid liu.Jhi I cOlin-I FRUIT
i"rw7 ice, and therefore am

I run for the office of mayor And
!' 1 Sec' T"p. ""'. FOR SALE
."B'l" IS Mat N.i I John RinKllnit F.laU,. Inc. Declines Opinion I I VEGETABLESTAND

- \|Hb II Bnrli. Hlk I IliNhlin H. Mount; A J'li-a.ant:iSul.mcmedi__ -.--.-___-_- .__ ;; IK HI 17tut nH cnn.litinn.1'1'1'11 I'n phmlr, I'I.\IUIUTII 8".! I''h'. Goo"I.TRUCK' Mwd I During the! meeting City At .oi-l I,
Ihirk H Hudson Park !l M
11 -- --- t \la
NW I 1.4 if N ll' 1.4 of NR 1-4 and Sh 1-4 nf Nh \.\ ,,f NM 1-1 'I IT :'e lAIUVB s.4'| IMF: Fl'IT. Kir. I!:- inn ncy M. A. Bia I On Tamiami :frail
lot 4HI'.k 'F, Vlrulnla HflrhU -- '- ;ITi 11, with brawn trim FT,. Genera L. H Miller to give an I.n.
Can Iw
: J : un 01
4- Oepr'y Park -_------_ --:: _::-::::: --_ 5w s Peale, LaundryI'SF.D 'I
ruling on the el.gibli'iy: '
W. AV\ N N I:. Clerk ( .I."It00""< ,
. Saran.. I.I.M.H. rlirllHliy 1.1'\lIII.n--.h: ; and dear,. I'. I question but declined to do Next to 1/vrVn IMare .
\V K. (;fJMAN, IIC 1.. Halm-. "h"n 2410. : h
.IM. ,.h, Ii" t., Dee. S.017.. explaining he would first have ,o'l OPEN NIGHTS -
110\ 14' 1111'\,1.1:. 210-1" h. (...d tie a12x. I study the matter
' 'J..1JJmlJIM1J.jJ/jJjJMU.iJ; ij'i} fiJJJFOR .' ;' !rime 2'2.1I A
major portion of the debate: ,
tar *1I. KOAT. '; .m.Hinn.. Knit,
PROMPT : In I'MI ." fm 1m Imim ('Intro. between Suter and Caspetsen !involved
COURTEOUSIQi| hurl, ".1 rhr I Till bonl .nil ,.in.\|| In'umrH.1 ...
for i 00'.ir III-.. *,iim. Slur I.iin ... the recent !incieae InLEGAlTNOTICES '
Ambulance I ServiceANYTIME |; < m Viinii'ila M......h ('..I, 11 mi' ,
'. ; ""nahaet uf.nl.r. )'. 0. Nix r.tu.n- Ycur pin- \ il ijo ) ,
'11 In. r!. A. Kml.hTAIIIR .
IlL '.i' b'I-1. -, 1.i '1,01\ incd "
is VODH.I;-ml* Pinmln.:;.
a r.rl..n ..,11". Al.i 3.too",' r"II'.' dixm.md 'lIITI'I'; III' Drop by foa randy .F
Phone Sarasota 2663POBARTSSIIANNON |, .In. Yor M. boot.\,.. Trnilrr. I'k TO HH.IsTrK FI(71TIGt 1\TFSTIIIS K NtVK { 1i

The' umhrMirafd; 01!,... hmht r.' bar. cwaicttc. o: a told
.t" SlTl"VTIOVTFD thin .ho I I. ron.lmtlnit a If 01..| ham I. '
.. | In,... nl Mil tooth llnrl r |)rv;. \'. '.,., drink and: meet your
.. nl'IIIFS: Ml: e'LFIK.SK: .|V:|'\nin .'1... unlir the fl.''''',.'. name ifKUTIr 4
a n.l.r( ? mil' I mint opn1 Hari- \'(11'I'FR| | : : INN; friends, fur a fiitndly
'I : ,:,,::: T.I' :; anti ,.. .
a Funeral Home ham Vn. in "rn n mr t'-t- '- Hint .1 firm l I. >"n'm.,'I f ;li, I
| ,,..r, 'r 100 n1', All, -- I!..\ 'I.'I. rooUOO"ln" lern ." w II..... nnmr- ,J 1" chat 01 aamc ol poof.
8 H. rn.l.n 1'i "aux., "I n .Ik nrr .Io' .0 1,11. ..,
I' M.'I'n'' n. 11'11,." \'" f.. II. t
Hnrlrw Drive, ..fire. FlafaI 1.1I.'n..hl"
Yftrflftft11 rj"(1'Yj "rt"ftc. HAMIDTon" :
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.1 ( "" ;,,' I. ,
I :: ; low.I K CM'BNit
w 4N1'1.1 IIII T315. Ii. :
W111.F f? n,,, I ,. 'h T., ,. M.. Virgin'G., \\1I''n. 0,1. c,, r
i i .fal 111- I:. ;;, .!::. It I, my Inl, ntlm 110 split '" I'," I' '
::.: "f Ih", ("IIT ill Court In and roo' Ait, .... : to the stank
h "THE BOOTERY"Now I ('NI II 11'" lT1'ltl'of all 1nd. I'. (""""fr H.irnl..., ti nvl i .. ll,. u : ,
,>a I ; ,.,', .f l'npixr ki "'I.. Inn 01. tr- t1",
, It.'O I"n. nf Chap' 2"P'o3. I.:". of I"r ,
, A"I. of 1"11.. B B DtNN' 1 L DUN
: :: RENT::;
'' .
I W IInr my hand Ihl). !nh .I I 11vimlnr I '. .
Located InRALPH'S IH47MHR.
I 1 hull 0! Kill RI-VT -. IrUiito S ihnr.n VIRGIN' \' 11 ', :r.3'-tt':'
, prhtr rnirxnn 14'1,1010.' I" nno or two I'ulill-h Ni%. !m. I..... 'i. I I. Ill ",,;
| -. 140.,1 I nl" '2-U. Phone JHC41.M .
SHOE SHOP Id,nlh, llurlxr Urn' ''
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Opposite the Bus Station Kin.'MALL III-VT HIMSIIHI: (IOTTA- : In TAYLOR'S DRIVE. IN
\..k"ml. Cull .,..T after, a inn x
SARASOTAMen's Rt I\FSS PER O4LSFIKFWIMIII On Trail 1 Mile North of Nokomis ,


I i Tin In It-nirth il-.lr.l: Cull K. T. Cnl. Spaghetti :and Meat BallsHtlmeMad.Raviolis
and Women's Shoes l.-tl Vt-nhi 2311.GENERAL .

; : H t'J.lNn and "n'ra'Un.. ,

At Lowest Possible Prices ''I.bard..... Edir.vork: Phone Mink, 2012.HI'It fill. ilirt nhill "' iidrarl Sea Food De Luxe Steaks\ :and Gimps

I 'Y PAINTING end brush pxintIna. Sandwiches and Beer
Phone 2808. II.I' 1I.nwhlli. m
RALljUUN -A- ----
Oittrc-ll Paul N. '
i I'll-U SEPTIC TASK CIFAMVt MRS. H. BJORKMAN, Prop. Phone :20X1 f
Modern pumping. 'OI..Ii'm'nl.| | Work guur.
inu..1.. Phone F.ra.n. 70-61(1

fff.............................,..........................................'" -w'li.l. "KEEP- ('HILIIR FN: in dxvtlme.
Call MrBinia Jun. Phone :111IK"\ :

wood GENFit41 RF.I'AIRR_ H Lawn mflu"
smitty'stavern awing m.rhln. Olives w.hlno meoil. t
,.hill..... Hanes .1.rl"n..1 I' A. Lamb
jut fill Tron. near filling HartP.. 0lt. Tarpon Centerl..

.11. -,., U7. 1..11..1. __ _
pRI\F 'A\9rtTIV. Murk fill dirt.
Gannets work of all kinds with
AI .,. Louie AHorjan Phone, 9412Me. RESTAURANT and BAR '

DRESSMAKING Alt,.rnlion.. 1I1I1t"n.
.. Hn 8'WI" Mr.. T F. >>..01.1,IK8TRONO -.
021 Grfl.I.nd Av. Phone 26l5.
.. -
at *. STURDY PLANTS for Fl,;.

125 South Tamiami Trail Vet.ice tit: Ida lnnilTapinr ME(.RoY'S-NtRSrRY Ines price.. Laurel!
E.t.hll-hed. IOU
Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry i Turn right,, At lagged l Pint <"""". Dance to the Music of

"The Bright Spot on the Trail" IFCL NOTICES
f I will not be r.s m.ible' for any 1,111.
Made In m. time unless I have .....11I. II Chet Bundy
sally .sthnrived .m.


and r.ldi.ptl l sites In city of Venire
by ownM If saturated. niKtrmt. you in.
vestigate. Address Box St Venice, Fla

Values We Are Offering At Present Time Saturday Night Dance Adm. 50c


Johnny Walker RED LABEL SCOTCH . $6.60 50' Oroveland x 159' Building Avenue Lots

Usher's GREEN STRIPE SCOTCH . $6.12 ,

Haig and Haig WTAR SCOTCH . . $6.15 $200.00 Dinner Dancing CocktailsOn

Ballentine's SCOTCH . . . . $6.25 Paved Electrlclt/ Water.

John Jameson IRISH WHISKEY . . $5.62 Fee Simple Deed. the Water Front at Venice Inlet
f AbstractIf
Mt Purchaser to pay ?
Vernon BLENDED WHISKEY . . $3.60 abstract de'ired.

[Park and Tilford BLENDED WHISKEY . $3.25 ,

Charter Oak BONDED BQURBON . $4.98
H. N. Wimmers Macatee Buddy Ringo;
ffuikfort Chas. & Mary
90 proof Grain GIN . . . $2.95 I

Puerto RiC3.n RUM. . . . $2.89 REALTOR

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FELLOW VENETIANS!" To the Voters of Venice--

I served on the council of the City of Venice a few months this summer .
; just long enough to become acquainted with some of the problems f fated
Won't you vote for me next TUESDAY for in the operation of this city. .
CITY COUNCILMAN? As the result of this experience, I wish to state my position on the t tax
problem, which appears to be the controversial issue, in town today
I'm in the race because Venice is my home 1 The average home owner who pays $60 or S70 a year is getting excellent .
and where my home is, my heart is. But I believe value for his tax dollar. I do not see how this city, or any other
I can think "straight" and that I promise to agency, can provide the services. he receives for any less.
do while on the City Council, if you elect me. 2 The only SUBSTANTIAL relief in sight for the owner of business
property and the large home owner is increased population, more
Carl H. Wolf taxable property.
3 This population increase CAN BE attained by encouraging the built
ing of homes to supply the needs of retired people of moderate means.

Whether "for or agin" me, let's all vote. It isa O
great American privilege and duty, for each Let's not curtail the services of the city at this time. Let's gamble, if
of us to go to the polls. you wish to put it that way, for a couple of years, on the future of Venice
'[he business property is carrying the tax load now, but it is the business;
(PaId Political Advortoem.nLI property which stands to gain the most if we can build a bigger: and better

LOUIS SUTER, Mayor Candidate, Says: Candidate for City Council

Paid Political AdrartlMment)
I am an independent candidate, seeking through
your vote, to become )our public servant. .
subject only to the will of the majority of
you, the citizens of Venice. Citizens of Venice!

My sole campaign pledge is to you, the individual
voter, that I will honestly, aggressively and
diligently serve you to the best of my Regardless of your preference among the several candidates for office
ability acquired through 25 years of commercial at the Municipal Election to be held on

\ and federal service and university training. TUESDAY PECEM0ES 2
I place emphasis on encouraging "Economy, effi- I hope every citizen will go to the polls and freely express his or her choice,
cjency, and harmony" in the of the
municipal government.My .
objectives are: I I have already made clear the principles upon which I stand
1 Zoning-To establish and have function an in this campaign. Briefly, they. are these:
. active zoning commission.
) 1 I am in favor of the ORDERLY GROWTH and development of the
: 2 To encourage and promote business activity City of Venice and to this end I should like to see more houses erected
t\ in a free spirit of enterprise. and more home owners, along with. the additional business enterprises
t 3 Taxation-To coordinate with independent which will inevitably follow.

,i established tax appraisers. 2 I am in favor of improved public beach facilities and other recreational
. 4 Youth-A supervised youth program. improvements, designed to attract our winter visitors, as well as for our

.y 5 School-To work constructively in the interest own use.
of the public with the State and 3 I am in favor of an economical, sound fiscal program for our city government
7 County Boards of Education. based upon revenues derived from a fair and equitable $}$
tem of taxation.If .
6 To encourage and promote community
spirit for the beautification of the city. elected to a seat on the city council, I pledge my best efforts to
out the foregoing
7 To work with the Chamber of Commerceand carry program.
civic organizations in the promotion Sincerely yours,
and development of the community and WALTER LEHMANN
beautification of the beach, public streets
,; and recreation park. ? Candidate for Councilman

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TO THE CITIZENS OF VENICE- more than his fair share of carrying charges and no
man: shall pay less.
For the past year I have been a member of what I consider uyith
to be the I best and the most active City Council Venice has ever: To conduct the Citj's business openly and above-board
had.; This "body, by concerted action and honest effort, has: given proper publicity on all matters pertaining to taxation:
you the best :and the most efficient municipal government that; I budgeting: finance, etc.
know of in the State of Florida. Its basic policies are progressive. To continue in office all present appointees and emi>>'ef;
and in particular Mr. M. A. Braswell whom I considei
Because: of the
decision of :
Mayor V.
Clyde Higel not to seek .
r: 'L'Ction! von 1 are losing the services of the one man who, the best City Attorney we have had in the last 10> )el r
through positive leadership, specific knowledge of local problem>, To I press for the adoption of those that are in tUbest
and unselfish devotion to the duties inherent in his office, is not interests, ot the majority without regard to then
only the guiding intluence but the backbone. of that Council. effect on my personal popularity; or political future.
Due To stay within the powers and authority granted to your
the fact that there are numerous items of unfinished:
business that Municipal Officers in the City Charter.
must be
seen through to a logical conclusion it is
extremely important that select for If I am not elected, I pledge:
jour I next Mayor a man
who can and will work I in harmony with! a majority of the Coun That I shall take no action to question the legality of the
cil. For that reason I consider it my civic duty to offer my services. qualifications of either of my opponents because: of!tw of i
tact that I have no desire to go contrary to the will
If you choose to elect me your next mayor I pledge myself the majority of the qualified electors.
to work with the City Council towards the following ends: That I shall resign from the City Council as soon as the

Continuation of the progressive policies of the past year votes are canvassed.

Equality of taxation, to the end that no taxpayer shall pay Finn W. CaspersenIf

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