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 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: October 22, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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: UF00079934:00141
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Leaves the Council. I Iwen







) to Resign! ''Beat Ouster Victims of Fire '

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le to His Health I For HospitalI I Destroyed Home |



I I Councilman George W.

|TO I Leave After Seeing'luurist Holt Ji., who lit year weatheud Only Chimney I eft i iliter

Folder Finished an attempt to have him removed :Nokomis; 131 i/e

from office because of nonattendance .

.,, L: (Sarge) Bowen, who was : lit council meeting, resigned Mr. and MM, Stanley D. Follies,
whoe ianchtpe home on the t
orated Chamber secretary of of the Commerce Venice- 1 this week )because of his north shore ot Lyons 1IaWII8 ,,

fonus| Sept. Id, told the Gondolier health burned to the ground Monday cevening

k week that he was resigning!: I In a Utter read at Tuesdaynight's ate already planning to s
m i the post becau.-e of doctorsthe meeting; of tie: council, build a new house over the ashes
era Bolts explained that his condition : ol he old one b

secretary did not specify would "necer,itate nn' being away This information was given to
) reason for the doctor's edict. from Venice for an indefinite the Gondolier last night by Mr*. ,
: it ls understood that a etom- length of time" For this reason I Rex II, Hardin, Nokomis, with
, ailment, which has troubleden he asked that hm withdrawal be whom the Forbes had been living 1

for years, ha grown worse accepted, effective immediately since losing their home The s
( recent weeks The doctor is and the request with granted with Forbes moved Je.-teidaj tohe 1,
This whale one of 44 that swam ashore Just north of Marine-
Lunt Cottages on the south shore )
d to have told his patient tome out discu'sion. f
it eaor" suffer the con- land on Florida's east coast early this month probably didn't'fla- BotH 35, came to Venice In of Lyons Pay: and could not be

kiences, ure he'd become a flying fisn' a few days later But that's what leached for terifitation

'Owen, who did most of the the big mammal 'looks like while being lifted alive Into a receiving -i Tower compan workers were j
jr< in preparing the new area ter, tien: located in the present seen at work yesterday, however
tank at the Marine Studios, where ties now a tourist attraction I k
fcuiist' folder that was put in Pine. Hotel building He settled restoring lines! leading: to tho
* hands of a Bradenton printerI down here after release from the Forbes estate A large frame

in month, said he would hospital He has a Home on Harbor garage and scivants' apartment
D'sin in office until the end of 12 Democratic Candidates Dr and is proprietor of the which stands just a few yards behind -
hobe It is hoped the folder Ainger Heads Venue Iolakaue the site of the burned home

J I be ready for distribution by I Talk Politics in VeniceTwo The retiring councilman saidyesterday was untouched b)' the blaze except

n, It not, the retiring sec'reIs that his ailment had for having its elutrical wires
I Democratic candidate for sealed off.
I "follow
continue to E'wood *1' recently and that
LegionL. jlrown1'01'
ough" the Sarasota County CommissionW.
on it until delivery is : Laureland 1 specialist in Tampa could notagree Furnace Spark
ie, L ( Bill ) \\oodard of the ', The fire broke out around ')
on treatment necessar) I
John L. Houle of rruitville, Monday and was caused by
Special Meeting Thus he will leave this morningfor p m
:1 i a statement last night A Ainger, proprietor of visited Venice this week and dis- an examination at the Duke a spark from an oil furnace, I
. of Aingei'rf Sodas and Sundries market I ruosed the forthcoming election lighted because of the chill that i
G. Haines
president
University Ho:pital, Durham, ;\,C.,
,
inbe*, said he was calli ROb-r at .;nll'lewood1 elected with local political leaders and will undergo treatment whciever follow.d the -ea.on's first northern -
vial meeting of the new commander of the Lemon They also called at the Gondolier doctors there recommend cold snap forbes attempted t
I
n to consider the resignation atpm Buy American Legion 1'o-t at ameeting offire to meet the new to fight the blaze with the con
Monday in the Civic: Cen- Monday night in the editor While there they pointedout Petition Asked Removal tents of four file extinguishers i\

Declaring he "regietted group'* hcadUarteisroimcrl | uinoni other thing, that The attempt to remove Bolt and at one pout thought it was I
wen't decision and that it )' 'nd vice (commander many voter did not realize that was made through a petition pre- out lint: when he returned fioiu 1
old mean "a real ]loss to the Ainger succeedCmdr, William they could cast ballots for all sented to the council by a group (Continued on Page Nine)
Haines Indicated the Jonas The latter resigned> last county commission vacancies and of citizens about a year ago It :
.imuntj elation, would be accepted andt week after holding the office not just the one applying" to the pointed out that he had been
taken toward finding since last April, when he !becamethe district in which they reside absent from meetings for six Rotary Sponsors
steps second man to command the \\oodard Is running for reelection months at4 that time, but other \
:ew owen man became for the acting job secretary post since it was organized while Huuie U III'to politics \- council member refused to take First Chest Drive i

Three others were also elected action on it because he was then t
J the hamber in shortlyrrthe
July
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Mondav""s ill and ut his parents' home in
to top post positions at
death of Secretary HarI I The \enice-\okomis; Rotary
session. They were Jack Long, 2nd Norton, Va He Raid yesterdaythat
I j ?ach. He served in xhUTttion Club will sponsor Sarasota Coun-
vice commander: rdgaran Norman Apologies he had again been unable to
without until he wan ty's Community Chest Drive' in
*derotary pay ofI Ut vice commander and H. I attend meetings for the past five this next month, it was decided
at a salary The Gondolier Is late this week area
pt't month A native of St C. (Green, finance office) months bv' members at the weekly ;ti
mechanical Incur
because trouble
.uis i i Mo, the "Sarge first came long ,lIcl'dsinICl'r., Norman I of Bolts was fir--t appointed to the luncheon meeting yesterday at the
I \en as a member of the replace Hugh Glascott and Green composing room Type for the council in l/H! to fill out the un- country club I

Ai:: II' Air Forces when the takes over the job held b)' Mrs first section had to be set in Palmetto expired term of Tom Lanier, druggist This will be the first time that

al 1 ai, base set up in 1'MlKU Gta cott. The GlascotU"<" resigned and brought down here, : who moved to Clearwater a conceited drive of the has tl
week because of Mr (;ins. elected to full four- t\e\
d here on retiring from last I He was a I been attempted here a '
an three utter cott'o health.IAlayor. Sorry year term in l'M5! and nerved a. spokesman '1\tI: 1 ite-r A chairman

}I'ear I' of military years ceivfee I council piesidtnt in I'Md. and lonmittte to head I he campaign

le an official of the local After HoUs resignation had locally will he appointed I;t
en legion, 1'aient.Teacher been accepted Tuesday, Counciliresident ilOltl: :)., 9
other organizations. His Proclaims Election II, S, Bowden mid No other detailwere;I worked :!
\ ,
del } In Nokomis, Major Louis Suter proposed that out, l It is limit I :loud, ho\ve\er,
released later 1.1Ilham French be appointed to that the county committee i is plumping ,
;
A typed wa I IU
hrce I Council Posts cop fill the tat'am.)' for the remaining; to launch its efforts about :
and said the election would beheld week: s of 1'UN.! But blench piopiirtor :\ \', 15; The Salvation \imloy:
legion :Members reo I Be Filled Dec. 7 to select one lOJiuilii toserve of the Venice Golf and ;!,'out', Girl Scouts, Crippled l h.J-I

for four years; one to fill Counti)' Club sad lie would Ic dun' and Adults Clinic, 4;III'tHt4
|o to ConventionA With three of the four posts on an unexpiird tl\U-'ca1' Unit, and unable to serve bccau heva. \ MCand Sarasota welfare {
the Venice City Council due to not itKisteied as u voter i in Sarasota Home are among: the Ol' anZa-
one to till an unexpnid one-teal ,
be vacant by the end of the year, .erl1l. Count)', lie exploded appreciation ] tons now chedulpd to benefit
grot of members of (.lie that lot the wfieiOther ', fl'oll.he drive.Scouts .
couiuilmaiili
this week is' The posts
Louis Suter
U I :N1Vel American Mayor
Post Priest Speak
will be vacant al the end of dIe Actions f
,on drove sued pioclamution setting l>ec'. inserting
to Miami early a : lott: I I'rinccpalpeaker/ at the -
those of veoige Other ucMoi taken at Tut- '
):ions da corning to attend the 7 as the date for a general municipal year Jr", w'me..o we elected in WI3 and da)"'t meeting included\ : was 1:1'1'1'. C, I.. Ehlander., ?
'Ie
national in of
convention in Sarasota, pntst charge
11'tion. had left to nervewhen '
still one
t ntThey heard resident year I-\ of reports thata \local! Catholic\ Church of the rpiphanv -
who 'till has an- he resigned this week;
The mayor, nellel .'1J would be offered to
"in
address Monday after- ', His topic' waAnuiican- 1
n, witnessed the finals in the other )ear of his two ) ear term bmth Hrohaid ho was appointed Mi and Mis. Joseph Schofield, miii" 1
the next
fill until
made the announce- in 1IH\ to who took over operation of the
"11 and bugle corp competi- left to serve, cieatecl by | Other *[Jeal'kl'lere lied
't ti' same day and returned ment Monday morning while addressing election the'a'al1l'y of Councilman cit)'-owned Venice Beach Ca.inotwo Treat, district Boy Scout ext''u-
] Penal about 6am. Tuesday. a class of high school students the resignation weeks ago Details ere not tive of l.radenton, and foul local
and GeoigeHigel
\V,
Those Center. The Finn Casperecn, worked out, but it was decided
who went were Comnder at the Civic hs full Scout repre-entatives, The latter
1, .A, Johnston, Adjutant class had a,.embled to hear the ,, who i is completing sole: fold-o\ft that the lease would give the were agle Scout Roland Franklin -
ternt.'lhe
F, questions compiledas four )ear inhofields Use of the entice build- I1'. M B.
Wallace, Post Surgeon Dr. mayor answer i' I'icsident! H. S. Bowden Acting: Seoutmaster
studies member Ing for !$:iO a month. If they accept Bobby
lea E, Blades Service Officer part of their civics Schramm, former Cub Scout -
'k !I'l'h, Fred Nelson and Roy Compliments Students who has three more years they will be required to keepup Blalok and Cubnuster JohnS.
ckale\\, After commenting that he was to el'\'e. the building while the city will \Vilkms-on The) pleaded for
U known no one
Another trip drove down to the pleaded] to fee the young people in has So filed farI as a candidate for any maintain the beach.2Approved ,, volunteer scout leader for the
Tuition Tuesday and returned of Venice take an interest The deadline installation of a communit)'.
I Wedne.da They were Ever- municipal affairs since "until of the three is 10 po-U days before the new street light in front of a The Rotary board of directors
for filing
DriIC"erl lid R. WJiIld..n ""tiowiro off e-hus found any way to The deadline for group of apartments on Armada and a Rotary Scout Executive
of the local post, and Harold produce future citizens except Der. 7 election of voters is the same Rd The decision was made after I Committee will hold a joint meet-
.nch of Lemon Bay Post at from our young folks"-his honor registration (Continued on Page Nine) ing tonight at C :30. .
lewuod. issued his announcement 'verbally. date.

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ly M.a. Biuce Klgby and r.r.rh- Over 300 Attend Esquire to Mention Venice Gremlin Bin Here '" i

Alaskan t 'Flight'By ments were served at the end of Nationwide publicity for the James M, Dick, owner

WSCS CircleAbout the meeting \enlce-Nokomu area will be con- local Rexall Drug Store or< l
_
Next Tuesday evening all Cir- Gondoher'i ins
Opening January Issue of gremlin ,
Garage tained In the ?' il
for
church
cles will meet at the again two weeks sly
15 member and two the observance of the Week of I Esquire magazine, It was disclosed: Seem ago
guests attended the Laurel Circle be President Robert G.. story in that ilrGt
Prayer. The program will Well-Wisher Dance I this week by nounclng that ,.
a
Woman
of the Society
meeting planned by the Spiritual Life Department Haines of the local chamber of merit had been ceniCiCl\4.
of Christian Ben iee, Venice-No- of the WSCS of which Eat at Devlins I commerce Haines said an acquaintance Venice store by Rexall'l aaabd safes,
Tuesday -
kofls Methodist Cliuroh on
y Mrs Mrs. RigbY Is chairman More than 300 persona turnedout who Is on the publi- headquarter, gave the .
evening at the home of
Zelda Williams of Laurel Made ModeratorOf last Saturday night for the !cation's staff, had written to him that Dick and Louis, PapPII'1II|?*|

Crawford I"open' hou-e" put given by Mr. that several' references would be ; no longer partneu |
The devotional was II db> Mr
SW Baptist Association and Ira George Devlin, Nokomis, Regardless of what the
Elms Mansberjer Thin the made to the area In Eequire'itravel pyk
aid
to officially open the new build this U not true
group took an Imnglniry a'l-' KeD, f'umiibell Crawford, theirokomi.H section. He also asked that II Pappaa ARE: Dick iii
house
just completed to
plane trip" to Alaska. topping at pastor of the Flirt Baptist Church, ing with records of Venice' Louis partners, "
Semite Sta- persons owning half
chosen + moderator of the \ Garaj'elnd Of the
where Methodist Missions was a dq
cities the cham- '
[early days loan them to store
,, managed
Southwest Florida Taptiotsm lion I I by .Dick,
were located Navigator' on the addi- aid *
at the aiwo<'lation annual meeting \\ellwi.--hers from the whole I ber for use In preparing 'latter o\\'nmftlf of tilt .
trip" wan Junius TMeh oy. a JunIor Wednesday *
in Bradenton on tional publicitj. store operated b\
area crowded into the white-puint-I Pappas.
/ member of the circle. and Thur.da .
association It compiled of ed, epic and-pan, <|uonset t}'(>e I
Following a short business The steel and concrete tructui on !
in Saiaotaand
18 Baptist Manatee churches Countien :Mr. Crawford the Tamtam! Trail a half mile RADIO SICK BROKEN ?
entoyed. has been acting( moderator noith of Nokomig Dancutf, sandwiches -

and two guests were present. since last Spimif He uicetdeaIe and soil drinks were past
Nokomis Circle C, C. Kuei, head of an out 3! .lie fun. We'll fix It for you very quickly
of.town congregation, when the An unexpected surprise was
Mrs. Ben Dunn of Day Point! latter left this area to take a that a foui'.man orchestra led l b> and for a price you can aCfcrd.I .
'us hosted the same evening o : ihuirn In Orlando Radio Artist trunk Hunter,dawas
the Nok'JmlCII'de of WSCS Other officers shown at Wed. present to pla>"' for situate| Sorry, No Work On Auto Sets
Mi<. Alvin Jones led the df\o, I nc iln"'* cession were Rev, George IIIK Hans had tailed for dancing/ .
II, Crowell of Maim, ueniodera .o juke box music only, but Hunt-
tlonal and conducted the mc'tln"; tor; Pi, W. Tyler, retired, of T', aggregation: son ociuicd at And If You Need A New Set We He ie The Best
at which 14 mrrr.b'I"1'1'1'1.i .' press 1 Palmetto, ciak, and J. 1', Nichol* .he la--l moment |
cnt The study topic w\: ?lv,'n '1. is: 1I1.1enlon: .lea'uier Flowers Donated Portable Public Address System fur Rent
The garage was dt'l'orat'd"ilh i Battery or AC Operated
mangy llovrir' that were sent l b>'
local businessmen to with the De\ VENICE RADIO SERVICESick

Close Saturdays :it One I I:Ells received; .lucies.n-\; a bouijUtt cousin I I In van Was al-o.. Radios Made Well In Venice

iniiton, 0 I'. Pool prizes \trieawarded 251 W. Venice Axe Phone 281

jl .
.Mr*. ie\lin was assisted i in pie I
PI)',ni; and '01 \injr the fond b'j
II. N. WLUMERS Realtor Mrs, 1 Rav \Deans, Mrs. .'U
lUkM! : ., flank: 'Ihiler: andMrs. : I WELCOME BACK
rE\ "n.\R Tn.rrno\i ('0. Sam i Co\jra" The Jin'mi"! 'I

, FLORIDA POLL tit AND IIGIITMKTFRN said \esteulu that the "I'.r ,t I Winter Residents Glut to '/;,: N' u
UNION proved >o , t plan to hue others dull,; th< i FOR
4, ,
-nine Inter >e i 'on,
M tern t'rlon Cnrn i.n Mim.ns and Iloll .. nel'IOllon to ncitlibum:: and
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fneml.for titer: stood ..I ifht'". Phone 3385
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.[ I Insurance\ Protects .rf1o t.,,?;;:, .1.- Interest Agent Negotiates Englewood: Automatic Laundn; '

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, 1 t 'V\! j For Horn'site Venice
' .\G \1X"1 I n":-Es'! 'brlc es: S ifs." // I in "f :annly Bundle Our She| \-i.'il"'

Fire Life Casualty ,,,;,*,,1;"" I 1:. A. Heaidn, letiitd \t '\

's4 CINH.U i\ .*iu\fi: i s e q York consulting' etit.IH'el'i echo jr
: J red line :act I11OI1a, d"'lo.cd
t : IIL.kLO'IiJames ( I : i-teid:,\ that he had dn ,did 10 I
-,,::le .n 1'tlce and wu iRcotiatin -
wit, Realtor: II. ;\, \\ IIn. Vote For
T. Ethel B. ( I lei'* foi th "ulI'hll-e of hiee
?1. It\\t; r.t JLn'iG: landing low in the Gulf! slew
1 \tMCL: ILOPinV )} '" ,, I I"s Hun, Your
i 11 rf"" Hiaudi')' mil; he would build
Phase 3111 or 271 two houM01 the property, one QUALIFIEDNEIGHBOR

I i, ;!01 him.-c' bill 'rte vines for a
' V .4nd.; He explained; this wouldgive FRIEND
11 AND
him tuintihmj to du" "' lieawaiting
THE KING FURNITURE CO. a diiiMon from northern -

l',, FRED B KINO OWNER submitted' inte'eon o tithe Venice iipoiu. ai-ea lie Has THE ONL'-P \R TV SYSTEM OF GC)1'1:1t\11ENT I:! \

of P'm'n Gorda The interests were not identified -
! TAKES PLEAS'RE I"J \VFICO'UNOTO : but Heaudij iiiuiiutid shay H\S ,MWA YS PROVED I IT I S1:1.F:

I I, THE nUSI":FsS LIFE OF ;iJtih were development individuals planning on Florida's,o DISASTROUS

THIS AREA wet tourt l.eaudry i- uil to ne

, National executive Bureau\ le president of liopeitj of .XJin the. THE \\OP\HFY i s 'srh\\ I is 'l i IE'!

: Donald W. Shrode, Jeweler ni-,lu'iun of' ;\eOIK, AMERICAN\'
He will reside in the Valencia
Apt while building hu houfe

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... Community Service Meets

With 21 member and KUt U j ON NOVEMBER 2nd

)present, the Coinmuni>' Service
VOTK DEMOCRATIC Club held ID frt mctinp of Paid P' "cal Adt>

I ie season tart night at Palm
Ila\en, the home of MM, lljdei
'"ei.' After a business MW'IOII:,
Mrs Lajijlcj Hope, (.huttanu ':.d,
'til: gave a \aiK ji d, \v,oi.| if
!' alien talents through habit.... I HOPE WE IM\E A \V.R.'IlXn iIIBUT :
lie n x. meeting cull be nc d
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John L Houle I nounced_.-.h, Order Your Good Fat Fireplace Wood
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I Methodist Open Home i While It Is Plentiful

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Commissioner Open hou.eI ill be head: this i
,".0"".. II: at n btht \enir.No-: JACK DENISON
', .:n Mi I nil l Church at the Flo!
Sarasota reared and educated. 42 years of ,iun ,i soon ', 5lheir. :i I BOX 145 or IThone 283Z or 299 \fiilce
age. eons .nd the pub] arcs in.
A man of business experience. .rt< a 'o aft i I. '! ho fair: w .,h Friends"
., 'Let' Be Warm
I "e JI :i J ,01 ,,: out ).\.lIlic I
Inherent pride in Sarasota Ccunty 11001 ..c JlC a.sscsr.

His personal life is an op'n book for the people! ..---- -...la tIIIIIII111igAt

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to examine.He .

will appreciate the support of eary voter ,-.. }i Everybody invited to the BIG FREE DANCE


in Sarasota County. '\ Sarasota: Bay Country ClubSaturday, Oct. 23, 9 til ? "


VOTE Artie Miller's Dance Band -- he's Paul Whitem's Boy !
: DEMOCRATIC'Paid
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J'I Young Republican Club of Sarasota County

Political) Adv I !
t- Competition Keeps Local Politics HEALTHY Vote RepubUca


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October 22, 194
.. VENICE GONDOLIER Page Three

Women Sew,Toaite for veteran hospitals.The 1 missions
Baptist Missionary Group Zleglcr on community
work Is part of the auxlIIary'h 'WhitePill Chase'BoreYou and Mrs. George Hauser on
eri of the Women' Aux rehabilitation ? Discusses Plan for Yer
f the local N.-VeI Post. protram. A Other Games at Golf Club young peoples work
spokesman for the group yester- A meeting of the Women's MIs-
tan Legion will meet to-
day urged all members to attend For those members and sionary Union of the First Baptist For quick results, use a COM
|at the Venice Laundry onVenice as the deadline for completed articles guests of the Venice Golf and Church was held Tuesday DOLIER Classified. .
Ave. to sew article Is Country Club who are not Inclined -
nearlng
evening at the home of Mrs J.
to "chase the little white '
pill" around the golf course, D. Stephens of Venice. SHOES
First Time Offered the club has Mrs Douglas Arnall presidentof FIXED '
set up facilities for I
. several other outdoor ,games the group, was In charge of WHILE ., 't;,
the general discussion of plans YOU
The only available waterfront lots In this These Include croquet, deck
exclusIve for the coming year Committee
section with views overlooking both beautiful: Dona tennis and horseshoe pitching WAITDeke's
and chairmen outlined the work arranged J'Nul
Venice Bays. it was announced this week by Shoe Repair
for the year. Mrs, r).
Asst Mgr. Al Moremen. This Old Fir Button
This Is connecting land between to yV.nle.
Erchanted isles'
and Campbell
Crawford reported on ., Colored section)
Palms club expects to add ( ATI
Point O' Estate, located more gamesas
on Sunrise Drve: In millenary studies, Mrs. Harold
Nokomis. Lots: are restricted to minimum of 100 It. of the season progresses he :.
waterfront and 200 ft. In depth. said.

High land County Taxes only ni-ailm lights I .
and Title Insured. Uniform
setbacks to p:pstrve the
New
Dance
School Moves
beauty of the views tavern
REASONABLY PRICED :Adds Ballroom Classes smiiiy's,

Only.1100 ft. available. See your local broker or call
I The Royal Palm Dancing

E. G." ENGMAN I School ol Ft, Myeis. which two, "The Bright Spot on the Trail"

Owner) weeks ago opened a branch In the:
POINT O' PALMS NOKOMIS: FLORIDA I Venice Civic Center for local,

Phone Venice :miANCING : youngsters, will move tomorrow I Dancing NightlyAnd

to the hall on the second door,
ol the Gulf Theatre Bldg. I
I on FRIDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS
Regular classes will begin thereat
9 a.m. tomorrow. Subjects i
b
taught In the regular classes are
I Dave Duncan
toe, ballet acrobatic and tap
dancing, and baton twirling. I IMr

'.John Manley owner of the
CLASS school, also announced this week The "One Man Quartet" -
that ballroom dancing was being

added this week to the 1U of subjects Whose Music will Keep Your Toes Tapping
d It will be taught by Thor
IN VENICE
Bassoe and classes will begin In
the theatre building at 2 p.m -: PACKAGE DEPT. SPECIALS :-
tomorrow Enrollment will be
Rumba .. \
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Puerto Rican Rum $2.89 fifth
Samba dren. . .
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Waltz may enter Saturday.tomorrow or any succeeding Quality Blended Whiskey $3.29 fifth (-

Tango

Fox TrotL MM Larry Hellols of Nokomls 100 per cent Grain Gin $1.95 pint i
turned last week from a short
stay at the Sarasota Hospital
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Mss Mimi AdorJan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonl Ad.irjan of

Venice Ave., entertained a group of friends at a part at her home Preparing anal banquet supper games and

Saturday: lining It1..' M:,ptrod lo have been a Ira Hallowcii numerous concessions that will be 105 Methodists

costume party, but the fue ts arn.ed in regular dress Perhaps they- J operated by the students. The

re saving their fancy costumes for the PTA Carnhal Parade next ForGhostParade latter will include a shooting At

Tiidai', Those who t-nJoved th : gallery, a ring toss, a popcorn Youth Mee'

evening of game. da:1cr.1and! home on San Marco Dr They had booth a fish pond and-In keep-

refreshments were the M; sei been in fkron Ohio for the summer AtPTACarnivalDon ing with the occasion house Local '
t ; Mildred] Dne"en. Marjoii, Seaward I I Mr Erdenbergei' Is owner nf of horrors." There will also be a Church R 1 Host

, "I: Tlielma Ball. Jeanine Steb the Independent Wholesale Drug : merry-go-round for preschOOlage To Gulf Ejge Union
be alanned If school
t your
11 nero Janice Sliockev. Kay RUhfiixKon Co. there, children only ?
t I
The
Youth
I I and Mary Helen S'ulgi*'. o are and pie- chool youngsters The PTA Hnllcween Carnivalhas Fellowhip y

, rInd Jce Mvrick. Tony Duuen Lt Col and-Mr. William :S:: :I take on unusual In eres. In been an annual feature in Venice! Nokomis Mental
Donald Steward i-d Mark Richardson clothes' prcally! old clothes Church was host
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Wright of Tarpon Spring were I I Venice-Nokomis for years. Those Monday
1f t and Mr. and Mrs Dona recent gu>sts a: the El Patio Hotel next week. They won't b"plann who will be In charge of It this to the Gulf Edge til1Jca'

frmlt'iMr! i They plan to cane back to :' rg to lilt the road" as year, In addition to Mrs More- society, The Union |, made g
tramps, 1:01'II! they be showing ,
-o- : this area in November to staa II men Include General Chairman churches In Biadpnton

<. Min OBikn and daughter I a cottage at Ca es' Pi>s. Hip: signs of 1'.'coming fops or fashion B. E Bowen, 1"oAd Committee Sarasota Oneco and Manlllt
I
P'1tl'lcla of Fen acola Rd: .I they'U enjoy HIM stay and will plates Chairman Mu H. S Bovvden About 105 i prfsemativa
left Venice Sunday ironing for| want to make their home hue I What lhe>"'11 be up to, to end I Frank Riebum Douglass: Arnall Youth Feovowvhp attest

+ trip to Washington D C Mrs. -0- 0 the UfpI'II.e. l' dreaming up c'I-1 And others. Monday night meetlni !

I O'BHen! I I' the daughter:: of M I Mr and Ms J, D. Fioie o' i tumes to wear at next 1"rld Lee Johnston -
| The food C3i; m ttee will serve prei:d:nt d ttij
l t nnd Mr, Rc.bet'IY Ort' ol'or tM Cleveland, Ohio were In town re- 1 big Paient.Turl:er Awn Hallow- :; a horr.e-cooiced meal and op-rate cal Fellowship, I led the detoJ
Ptnaccla Rd. ad"re e'en C,u'nival, And there nothIng

centlv honeymooning tw E,
part of the
ii i a hamburger and hot dog stand Plc ram and !SbJ::
0- Patio! Hotel, Mi Fioulll 1. welt!1 i kt- old clotlif for converting ('( krs. pies. coitiek salads and Bowden played the piano tej]

Home after p'nlj.n the sum- acquainted with Venice having nto the garments of witches: c'1-! i d:shei for t::o super wm 1; flnnini The president i J

mer up north in oilnsdili1 <:>ent w Intel'< here as a cadet at I so'-lirs and other spwki"tirt na:| be dor t?d fcy:; nrtnen and Union. Wayne Clark ol tow

y Conn. are rrs. O"'otgt 01'1'.t'l Kentucky Mltaij Iistltu H." With Parade I fjjnd of the PTA Any courlI ton conducted the bu'Uwa !

daughter Mi Pcnaid O die i|i I was gnUiated in T43n FIrst Item on the carnival pro 'it: fins to the food: supply' will b"vuUnne tn,.
rInd Pun and Connie OclT-y of I I {.ram 11 was announced .
yeetefday 1 Serving will start at 6 Rev Geoii Harper
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I.u1el: I
A./ : \\oodiuffLanlusvventtoTam- b\ Parade Committee Chairman p,m. and last throughout the evrning of the church w.s anent
-u- w Monday to meet his \I' f e, who MM A. W Mou:nen. will b' prehent, Mating minutes

Mr and l.II'J. R, t Oi ffin re- : was arriving from SaUm, Ma<, a parade Youngsters in Costume All :area resd'Vi nrd th ir Rev. Joe Tolle )f Bradcnlaskn

' : inrd tile first of the month to i !She had spent the summer ::1' I will assemble outxld the K-n- I children will b- w"lcomA similar Allen Bartlett cf Manatee i

their hone in Nok< n:1*., Tievi :( P.l'n'Ilt'l1g! her "no'her, MAe tUck Military Institute RV'mn.1I carnival will be held :y the Pev VV C Whlor Palmetto! t .

f lilt :r' -ui.m-r mortis It their I Mndra Ca ale and aim pent I sum before R prn, Then th-y Englewood: Parent-Teacher Assnit Sandwich end cokes w

:nr'"i home in C:
t, t', N. C I The couple] are living at the Del, I : :ual parade will take placeTheie p,m, ton'ght. De'a'I" o! the pro- meeting by a immltM to!

r 0-- I Hlo Apts will be no rUes awa"Iid I- ram were outlined by the ddolier : ml'mbl'l"Sl'ere rir: Edfe,1
Mi aid Mrs, Stevan P Sonar I o II for the best parade costuni" last wek Flanklln and Mart SIn.::
1 : owner of an apartment on W. I Ipnir I In Venice to visit awhile atilt I Sites) altar. according to MrsMoremtn I

I t ) \' ., Ave. r,'n'inej to V" 'nice : Mi and Mr F L. FIsher cf II- She explained that Mi and M 's'. J D Step M cf, Kohles will b. n fc t'g t\-:

.'l ';.1 i at, week after spendirr v\: :t of Ian A\e are Mi. and Mi*. Roaer there were usually. too many Venice! have ai their guest M"I' Ipr month' ant chaps ...11)
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:c *mr.'ttcr months at the:r S. Quinn of Washington! D C ,
marchers to make fall Judging :Stephens' rro h'r. M n Sarah i Venice! weIl. tf nat
1 Inm.. in D.tI'Olt, Mch: B.fon
Mr, Quinn! I* conm'ctpdl'lth tie possible Kohles u.
0 o A prize 111be given, of Spokane. Wa Mrs hi me here
., hnrk th,'v' also took a side: Washington Loan and Tint
I however the trip to Niagara Fall and sp-nt a Dank ,
month .n Pitt,bu ih Pa Will I I W'1e-e marchers behave In

in;tare they \1,sit ed the l h': son-In-1 I o !lr,'. and Mn-0--T M, Wiede Sipf ', the than Most OM orderly class behaves m:innei',well It .more HELENA SHOP
L'a additional -
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and dauater Mr
and MMF Nokomis and Mr and Mu TM ,
..irk Palaces, and Fiat k Ji In I awards will be given
"q VMcde Jr of Bay Point pmt || To make the parade Judgn
alo'ilr< Ala The latter are cvi *
Sunday In S"Petersburg
a'i J possible all
-,led to come down to Vcnc'I Youngsters who par
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Guests of Mr and Mri 0, ticipate
; I"I th, Ch:'|lstmns !holidays. will be lined up accordIng WINTFRLS
o Montisomrrj Mr Montgom is j to their school trades before
the daughter' of Mr an1 Mrs
I M and Mi, A, F' Eid,nM x- the marching begins Each class' COTTONS:
Wrede Sr. At a dinner party will be
< nn-a-k to town to SUI1.// led by a youngster canvIrg -
,I!11 recently rtiv evening vo"ng Tctntm BEACH'E 1: \I{
the! a grade banner
; 1Q I\"n'pr month p* theft and eacs
comrrj cckb at'd h. first b'rth-I child
will be
requited to hive his ACCESSO1ti F1;
day with the hell of his /
or her name pinned tf his
1JrI r: cnti and uncle and aunt costume GIFTS
o_ I Parents of the younger
I I children are asked to attend .
t.
1\ Mi and MM E A, Bsudrysad -
= this detail before
the
ELGIN their n'pce! M.', Helene child arrives -
= at the parade me PHONE tt S
\\' (l11'k.'ho hnv 'wr vaca- THOMPSON ,
Other Features ::: ;
Diamcn ro'onnll! : at the alerrla Aitmn I .
,-1 Features of the party following
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cird 'n Oarwatpr and Tarra -
W .. the parade will include
mow.Ilk an Jnfor-
ctth.O la" wi'-k to v' r.I\ nlirelatlM .'

I ,, //.O e :.; PI, __ '*, Miss' Wea 'lck did not "SffWgfffrfm ", ._.".
"hale. d.I.. P :-= I return to Venice! v'1;h thorn bu
ll.fh.un.dngal. ,aYjrAa :::: lefth Eastern Ar! Lines f'jlnnpapoll
f.rlnln.nrnl
.. 1:,.. : :, ., M nn- for II visit DO YOUR LAUNDRY in
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571.50 ,, : 'I'h i her n-'ront Mr aid Mrs

C Ilre"M p'.omg 1 1I C "1 E Wedrk. Shp 11'11also b'
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II II I oHdinc t'id'" Ort 28 Miss Wd Bendix Automate ttVhiiiir: Machines
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,' I irk I r native of Tamnn bi!

Kno\\les JewelersPost i her fam'Iv hap live In the north Self Reryi(' Vttciw'ait; Service

for mart ieirt Mrs Wodwlck! I II 1-
Office ,reads I Mr Bca\ dT'< .,tnr,

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[ir Venice Girls Birthday Parties Galore I Regional Girl Scout Head ice Civic Center.
I Mrs. H. 8. Bowden chalraxa
(it Church CampVenice To Meetwith Local Leader ,of the Girl Scout committee! has

Celebrated by Four MoreMore Miss Lois Henry of Bradenton. I announced that *'l leaders are y
the
girls Misses urged to attend. There Is :aba *
regional director of the Oulfslde
1 Bowden Hazel and Mar.Dixon great need for women to serve at 1
birthday parties this Area of Girl Scouts, will be in
and Caroline Gruel Brownie and Scout leaders. tirsaid h
,ded the Episcopal Youth week. I birthday this week. It was his Venice next Tuesday to meet with and all persons Interested ta r C
Helping Barbara Olds, daughter llth Bobby attends the. Outdoor Scout and Brownie leaders volunteering are Invited to attend ,
Southern Diocese
the
Bng of of Mrs. Winborne Olds, to"! School in Sarasota, and after The meeting will\ start at 1 :30 the informal gathering to
Jortda over the weekend atWlnll'man celebrate her 10th birthday yes! school Monday he had a few of p.m. and will be held at the Ven- meet and talk with Miss BEIUT- t
I In Avon Paik terday were Toni Field Kay and his! friends in for sandwiches and

It 150 young people were Adele SJoblom Norma Ball, Hen ice cream. Guests were Bobby and { fl<<
rietta Mary Harn, Phyllis, Phillip and
ig these at the two-day ses- Burkelty. Nancy Olds Christmas '
Joyce Hlgel. Nancy Dixon and Barbara Hider, and his godmother G ; r
ature of the services Sunday Dorothy Seaward. Barbara enter- Mrs. H A. Curtice Saunders Cards
[jag was dedication of a tertalned her friends from 4 to of Nokomis who recently returned -
5:30: pm. at the Venice from summering at Cape Cod f
1 of the Atonemmt. built Oolf and Mass. 50 for :1.00
|947 at the church camp Inr Country Club. ::
> o( soldiers who gave theirin Last Friday was the day Char- In the adult department: .friends Wide Assortment ; t
World War Two. Bishop lotte Haynes marked her 13th of Mrs. Otis Bronscn surprised it 1
with printed
name
r Louttlt and' Blshop.John I birthday. Her guests enjoyed an her Tuesday night by dropping In your I
both of Orlando official- outdoor welrcr roast and games. at her home on Ponce de Leon Alpha I Music i Shop ;
It the dedication ceremony. I Charlotte Is the daughter ol Mr. Ave. with a big birthday cake and
me group also held business and Mrs. p. L. Haynes of Grove- gifts Those who were "In" on tics 311 W. Venire' *,e. Phone 3651 2651
Kings on Saturday and that,.' land Ave. Those who attended the surprise were Mr Bronson, Mr.
\;1111' enjoyed a party and party: were Marilyn Holgate. Bar- and Mrs. Peter Bremes, Mrs Ann
Burls, Mis Mabel Burls, Mrs.
e at the camp. bara Jean Haynes, Margaret
Randall, Ann Callenan, Virginia Herman Prevatt, Mr and Mrs. T. Get Ready for
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Ritchie. Adele and Katherine: Homberg Eddie Ko\Hi and MM '
OS PIP 'N. HEINFX Sjoblom Patricia Martlndal-, Lester Luckey. How old was she IIallnwe'enBewitch < + f .w
We dunno,
Carolyn Holftato Bill McCaiel
DESIGNS and Francis Schramm. Mrs. I
HOMES Haynes wa assisted I by Mrs. 4 Local Youngsters Join the ,;Ids . ail -k,
Rronn-up i. too . with
our
Edith
Holgate. Mrs. Allen Phillip\! ; Brownie Scouts' Tuesday
and Mrs. Robert M.
Box 1783 Ph. 60-134 Others Celebrate Shanley Four local youngsters joined t GOBLIN G

Sarasota the Brow nl- Scouts here Tuesday
Bobby Terry son of Mis Sonia CHIFFON CAKEIt's
Terry of Nassau St. also had a I ft the groups meeting In tlia

I Scout Hutment on the city playground .
Uo-tored! ha'f chocola'
half orange! with fir! v witch rs
PLAZA SPANISH I Pins were presented to Barbara riding their bioomitlck. on to,).
Ax'njan, Catherine Cornwell
RESTAURANT MarpRreUJonci! and Martha Ann BAKED TO ORbER ONLY t !
Roebuck after they recited tie
Ucre coins to limit the ,
number we ri Brownie piom'se! Seventeen of
Mitt' and hf hiiicoul' ? ( ic. M
the 19 enrolled Brownies we"1 I
Reopens Friday October 22 ,present at the mce'lns! I Family Size 2.00 Party Size $3.75

All Interested local girls *:Jr.> Serves 8 -enos' 2'l"L&S"
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tween the ages of 7 and 9 Mal ,

259 W. 7th tSARASOTA !'oln the group, which will hold BAKERY V" U Hire Av.
another meeting next Tuesday at PHONE 3is
3:15: pm af the hutment,

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A tusinessman and lawyer for a buiinewl-ke: administration of 1\ rest office. CHARLES W. MEAD was Police: Judge in the Chicago .

district, Illinois, and is fully qualified to administer the duties: of S'icr.'ff.' : He is married and lives with his wife and four childrenin !

Sarasota County and is engaged in &e hotel business here.


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U.tiNEWIPI11NT- .. J 21'0.DDD !DJI. Presented by Your
Publi'hrd every Friday Editorial and business office. 313 West OF NIIHJlPtNT-- Local Physicians
Vrri-e Avenu. Venice. Florid*. F. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. WHICH SUPPLY ti !FH0U6MTO vwzuMnrer / I Dr. T. S. Thompsonand t,
A NCw6PAOist H THE
EnUrcil ea McnJUM mailer Jun. 6, 194i, at the poll office i3- ? S"fA'T'S FORm Dr. James E. Blade
I \>nic*. Florid, under the Act of March 3, 1879. s : ,,, one YEARI6WBT I Through the

Subscription; raises On* year, $2.501 six month. $1.501 thro Florida Medical Assn.
rrcMHt, 75c. Classified advertising nt.. 2 cents per word, first 29 '
wends: I cent per word. for each additional word. f"ief QIJ..r&fA ., EXERCISE FOR THE
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Don't overdo. That
IA VET T. (ONOtFRMOW ._.. ... .. ". Office Manager modern doctors offer to Ia the thOle advlq
'\RD K. IIRH.EV .. ..,.... Shop Foreman sons who have finally retil'flllna PI-
work and are anxious
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rM what form of recreation i

The "8:'.; e" Retires Again erdse It la in alway.'Ise which to Indulge.to Am nt Jl

exercise that may MUM tiol, ,
\ tor' in the news columns of this issue announces CW4. ive tiredness shortneai g
,
the resignation of B. E. "Sarge" Bowen from his post as .. .' breath lion in, pain the or chest.a fooling See your of open fly, .

tiry; m the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce. .J/ ily doctor as to Just what typ,.
RKWWEPTEMftWURt.M .. exercise is best for you. It i lways
The "Sirije.: who settled here three years ago after k. ll TIE uwrnrp r1ATES WAS AT wise to consult him beflll tl
(WAI* VMUyCllTOfJMIA,
he ended l' car, service with the U. S./Army and Air r JASAVANIA WA! MAO"14 JUDY 10.1911J I -** -. Xisr I I which engaging In any exercise II
LOWtR 1UV4 TMI VWBIP ( you are unaccustomed!
Fortes, was; ;appointed f tr this job just a little more than 41090A OP OP ADMIRAL wiu tVA WOLt1M M04Re oit7 OP rri.AT AIM' IA,UedA. I and then follow his advice
(1MrrNiR AgNN. Ktunrt AFRICA. 4T19KlleR N.1922 T
.1 m nth Kii'k, He had f st'rvt'ds acting secretary-with- roumovr best Medical recreation men for believe any penis that' m
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nit p.iy; -"live the death in July of Secretary Harry A. that which he most enjoys IIId

Ita.Ji.;: And ;although in poor health at the time of his which viding he that is it most does competent noto\ertutk, L..|

app lintment. he indicated then that he would serve strength. Some elderly persist

ihr :ih; the winter tourist months and perhaps longer. "TOO LATE Then are in, too better their health previous than othetil rat

Unforlun.itei however appreciably affects how ;milt
a stomach ailment that
strenuous exercise itul
they can
has bothered Hnwen for years: has been gowing worsein r TO CLASSIFY"Poor without overtiring themselves l|

rant weeks. It i is understood that his doctor has sa stands businessman to reason cannot that indulge a retied IDs

'.L-a. ned him tn take it easy" cr suffer the consequences. vigorous activities as those ...|

.inj that thi consequence might be serious. So he will Legislators have door been occupations engaged such In active u IIJIo i Old-

leave office at the end of the month, or as soon thereafter Need Pay Increase era, fishermen, construction wo*|
1 Y'vr I
isuirk ha been completed on the new tourist, folder r era Walking and many is one otheri.of the beat entjcite

that! was planned; and Alit into the hands: of :a printer W By RUSSELL KAY for the elderly man or '"
man., It permits a minimum II
under his guidance.The Secretary. Florida Tress \sn. t train and at the same time gins

Gondolier thinks the "Sarge": has acted wisely, Among the things you will be called on to decide, when you go to brisk the muscles pace through a good the workout county, il!

for no job i i.< worth riiining>pne's health: over. All the the polls Nov. 2. Is whether or not the pay of our legislators shouldbe aide or along the beach Is bettal

same, we are MMTV to see him leave. We have found: raised from the present $6 per day to"the proposed $10 per day than and far using safer.: the Incidentally hard pavements mil

him an efficient public servant and a most cooperative plus an additional $7.(O for subsistence. exercise is equally beneficial kl
Florida's senators and representatives are the poorest paid of those younger-all ages In fact. I
fellow worker! lh.it last statement means SOI any in the country. And they Horseback riding. bicycling nil
Ion for Bowen has also I other forms of exercul
been of ething'1 golf are
correspondent
haven't had an increase In salary I to pay his expenses while he Is I which are acceptable according ttl
*>t.i Herald-Tribune in recent months. And since 1870 when the present remuneration there And even at the new scale medical doctors. Swimming kl

put him in direct competition with us\ he might have of $6 a day was es- that's just about all it will Ideal workout for if giving not all overdone.muscles I'sl il

created a very difficult situation for all concerned by bUshed amount to'Lobbyists caution about excessive exposes

using his official I (position to influence The release of local I Now six smackers may have Spend Plenty tc a the sun combatting and be careful a heavy aWI ml!

news so :as to favor: his aper. That he did not do so is been a lot of money in those I'll bet if you we PC to check on rolonged it you prefer salt water. I
to his credit days, but It don't go very far to- the lobbyists who go to Tallahassee Common sense, moderation wjl
and stay through the session regular visits to your doctor rtl
day. Trying to make ends meet in
Work Rciullful those later yeti<
make |
from do much to
you'd find that they spend
Tallahassee during a legislative healthfuL
As for his chamber work, we feel it has been much cvslon! on such a pittance is like $25 to $50 a day. And If the folks of life pleasant and

mare resultful than is generally realized. Although seriously trying to swat a fly with a toothpick who hire them consider it a good

handicapped by a lack of funds and sometimesby and can't be :lone. Investment It oug it to be an even

a lack cooperation from a few of the businessmenhe Not Enough In 'Old Day,' better one for the people to pay ILAAt
their representatives a decent
was trying tl) serve he has managed to put through Even In the "good old days" wage. The

sets eral projects. Among them was replacement of two when they had two-for-a-nickel And while we are on the subject (
cigars, 25 cent dlnan and tl a People
highway approach signs that were an offense to all who week rooms I Imagine the boys It might' be well to considerthe

saw them In addition, he almost persuaded the U. S.Wildlife had to watch their pennies to pay of attaches, for their llv- '
': Service to locate its "red tide" station fW: Speak
experiment come out even. But now with Ing expenses while In Tallahassee

here. He hired ,i secretary to help answer queries rooms, if you can find 'em, bringing are just as high as anyone

frcm-persons interested in Venice And although a committee from $5 to 15 a day, meals I elses. I realize that there are a
from $2 to $350 and ordinary lot of them the payroll duringa (Letters to the Editor, on sot|
of chamber! members assisted in the planning it on
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the
ookln liquor being dished out at topic of interest to propel
was his leg work and energy that is making a reality of IiO cents an eyecup a guy can'tgo session that aren't worth even the Venice area, will be weloajl
but should l
the $6 day they receive
per In this column. TheY
the town's first! new tourist folder in years. in !or much high living on an there still are hundred of clerks tept short, however, and till l

rYes, we are sorry to see the "Sarge" leave his post. allowance of six lousy bucks per and stenographers .who work:: like Gondolier reserves the right mud !-

But even though he will no longer be chamber secretary, diem.When beavers and without them legislators edit signed all, but copy.the All name letters of tHejJj

.he will probably( continue to serve the community. Ever you consider the time would be helpless.As er will be withheld o" "f n
and effort member of the legislature communications
sicre his firM "retirement" he has been a leader in the a It stands now, any person Anonymous printed. The editor nuf
Is called to tohis NOT be
upon give
local Parent-Teacher: Assn., the No-Vel Post of the American job during a legislative session who is really capable wodld be or may not aree.Ih pW*
to take in Tallahassee wrltersJ0
silly Job
a expressed by the
Legion and other organizations. Hence it is unlikely and the responsibility they -
for two months at $6 a day when --
that '*ie will be able to just sit back and vegetate. carry it would seem that even they can make twice that at Tel"the tailor

... Replacement Difficult the proposed Increase la not home and have a permanent Jobas Venice Dear PRo Gondolier h thanks
enough. well. I recall that during the ::orll w l.andM err
f Meanwhile: his resignation poses a difficult (problemfor October
The amendment covering this Which You ...
last
session legislators had a hard the Gondolier ent.for -
the. directors of the chamber of commerce. Fillinghis small increase In legislators' pay time finding able and experienced I thank you mailing veryme 11,1.f .
efirl
position wuuld be a tough job in any case, but it will Is No. 4 on your ballot and if you help because of the poor pay With on your kindest regard and "beet

be doubly !so now. For one thing, the "season" is almost feel as I do you will vote for it and high cost of living. ant Yours Ift.\ cordially'ULLER and .i SRy

t on top of us, S<'. there is little time for "shopping Your senator and your representative Anyhow, we can take care of Democratic JlloeJII""."..I"
around." For another, the chamber does not have will appreciate your support our senators and reprehentatives ,( Governorhope theEditor's
of the and
measure your action ylor'Ida's
enough funds to pay an adequate full-time salary to a will help them immensely. by voting for Amendment No. 4.. by reading the Qondolier will becao
and when they get to Tallahassee
first rate JTlan.nJ finally there doubtless will\ be considerable up new governor "boostef.7
Certainly if we think enough 'of next Spring maybe they an enthualastlc Venice -
pressure from local residents. etc., to have their a fellow to elect him and send 'can do something tor those deservIng I Wi
friends relatives him to Tallahassee to representus attaches who Guests of Mr. and M"
or appointed.Despite really putout are
these obstacles, the Gondolier feels every we at least ought to be willing during the session. J. Dowd brother-in-law of Milan Ave.and

effort should be made to obtain someone with experience Dr Dowd'i and Mrs. John H Baird

in C of C promotional or publicity work. through stories features and pictures in northern news- Arlington)Va.

And if a choice must be made between the qualifications papes and magazines-will do Venice more good than -0Lut.weetend WI. .

*e feel PUBLICITY experience should be the first anything else thai the chamber can initiate. The experience Laura Mr and dro"

dio'ce.An' of Miami Beach, the "city that cheesecake built, t.ZooTto of \-

adequate publicity program-which means petting is proof of this. And such a program has been conspicuous and daughter see there, ..

as much free advertising as possible for Venice in Venice by absence J(;: '

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For Key to Schedule, See Team Number in Lists Below

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1-1 ALLEYS 3-4

October II 1 -.. 2 3 4
Teams January.31 3 4 1 Z
October 25November S -.1 4 Z
February 7 4 Z 3 J .
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November 8 3 4 Z -- 1 _
February 21 1 2 3 4
November IS 4- 2 8 7
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November 22 1 4 2 3
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March 7 i 2 3 14November
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March II 3 4 1 2
December 6 3 1 4- 2
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December 2-3 1-4 28 1-4 2-3
December 21 3 4, 2 1
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December 27 4 Z 1 3 'March 11 t J 1 4 I
January 3 1- 4 2- 3 11 2- 3 1- 4
January 10 1-2
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January 17 3 1 4- I t '
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January 24 3 1- 4- May 9 1- 4 I 3



G n's Fuel' Edmondson's Farms J & J Aircraft I Venice Radio

1 2 3 4 I

Calvin HoMer Wm. C. Peterson Bill Lightfoot C. Wiggins

John Bogart J. EdmonJson Edward Hinkley Edward Holder f

Duval Boone T. Edmondson Fran Berger /' I. V. Biorseth

Elmer Wolf Jeff Gruel "Dutch" aust R. T. Peterson

H. P. .Kuykendall, c' G. Edmondson c Floyd Joyner, c Paul Larsen C I I'I

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October U 3 -, 4 1 I Teams January 26. 1 2 3 4
October 2. 4-2 1-3: February. I 3 I 1- 4
October Z7 1 4 3-2 Matches Start 8 p.m. February 9 2 3 1 "
November 3 2- 1 4-3: February 18 4 3 1 2 !
November JI 1 3 :e I Wednesdays February 23 4 2 3 1 ,I

November 17 3 2 4 1 March 2 : I 1-4 2-3 "y
November U 4 3 1 I March 9 1- 2 3 4
December 1. 4- Z 1- 3 March 16 3-1 4-2 i
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December 0 1- I 3-2 March Z3 2-3 1-4
December 11 2 I 4 3 March 30 3 4 1 Z t

December ZZ I :I Z 4 Aprll6. 4-2 3-1 J
December Z. 3 2 4 1 April 13 1--4 2--3 '. '
January 5 4- 3 1- 2 April ZO 1-2: 3-4 0y
April 27 3 I 4 2
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Nita Lightfoot Ella Peter ,Pat Ainger Ihla Beaubien

Virginia Jones Zella TaylorDel Bernadine Dawes Mildred Dyseven I

Mabel Surfs Peter Helen Curwood Marge Adorjan

Lutrelle Joyner Marie Pfaff Florence Cashett Helen Williams

Ann Surls, c Irene Shockey, c Bernie Potaby, c Anita Koogler, c

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II Progress Edition- Temporarily Postponed I



a from it would do no more than pay the outside
printing
bill
Due to loss of one of our composing room employees
an apprentice who left us unexpectedly last week to join the We would be left with' nothing to show for the bard work of f

army; we have been forced to temporarily postpone publication preparing the news copy, editing it, laying out pages taking

of our 2nd Annual Progress Edition. photogaphs, buying engravings, ,sorting and preparingads
etc. J
We hate to disappoint our readers: and advertisers, for
we know how much t the Progress Edition means to t the area. We hope we shall be able to publish (flip Progress Edi.
However, it is physically impossible for our composing room tion later this winter. Meanwhile we know our friends and

foreman, Howard Briley, to handle by himself this much extra business associates will understand our present difficulty,
work on top of the regular weekly issues. and wilt cooperate with us if we are able to bring the edition

We at first thought the problem might be solved by 'out later.

having the printing done by an outside contractor. But after

discussing the matter with several nearby newspapers and -THE PUBLISHERS
printing shops, we found the cost would be prohibitive. Evenif
the edition averaged 50 .per cent advertising, the revenue Venice Gondolier


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glad to explain why you ''led
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FOE SALE
FOB SALE BUSINESS PERSONALSNEW

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COMPLETE ROOM HOUSE TRAILER sleeps four! bot- THREE-QUARTER Site Bed. .whit: VENICE SERVICE
A with hath private ...1..1 tW ..... Mint sacrifice for quick cash oleo white dnwiter In good condition
!AL ESTATE SERVICE gas trict.beat furnished; In W", .atial ..... Alston Trailer Park Phone UH5. Phone 28IS PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC 1'011.
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Typing, Dictation. Addressing
Rentals UFED FURNITURE of all klnda VenIce HURNfcR OIL. RANGE with porcelain Sales Letters and Legal Work
GARAGE APARTMENT I room. and Trading Poet, M7 W. Miami Avenue lined oven i aim .buy.* bike 26" I lawn for Prompt and Efficient Serves i
FORT MYERS AREA and bath furnished| well equipped, electric phone 1601AUSTRALIAN nower Phone 2011 t
SUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod refrigerator, Steve and hoi water heater PHONE 3812
la beautiful riverfront estatesg.J.1,1 on Naiuu St. Phone 1938 PINES for .. .. Any GIBSON ELECTRIC Refrigerator In i
locations Including InprovrTinpraved prlvatTTime; site. any amount Five cents ...,h. See grad conditfcin hone 2541 or call at tliUjroveland WILL TAKE of little Iota !. owhome I:
ROOM
In rare
Islandi. beach Carl
tropical Obendorf
private MI. lit Venetian Cleanera.TWO \ AvaWASHING 1milk.
fishing lodges business trmiif. double ted connecting bathi elr ,,. --- dar er night Mrs HlllkI.,. M.ie.
ties and Income Hlu.... Includ trio i'11"' no tlPu. :X". Rhoda M wr.. ifill Dump Tracks, Chevrolet and '89 WILLYI1I Coupe. Ju.t overhauled Phone J631 __ r};
courts, trailer camps hotel. 7tl Gro ,).nd V,.. Phone IfULEGAL Find: alto 1'M Ford straight truck 1 will C. Harold Rates. Venice 6390, -
i ranch. farms and grove or trade. Call I.ouls Adorjan. 2 ul. I2U: :... : Earl Cottrell Peal HaP to
... smsll tracts of land A I Nell I MACHINE and double .t.. -D.Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING rl
T, rental service Sand for freein NOTICESNOTICE BONE Om-w-j-m: ;; ;; ; : :00; llnnar tubs 1001 ra>h. K24 (;N...t..d Modern pumping equipment Work gear-
folders and maps of this troallkfl .,l down II.On wrek Alpha Music A'eo Phone 2fi2S an eed' Phone Sarasota 81-220 or Vert..
t>k I.. Plane 'I6U.LEGAL. -_. -- .- 1601 \
OF INTENTION TO FORD FERGUSON truck hinder 1.4 .
REALTY INVESTMENTS REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES ,d. bucket Like m'W, "150. C. Harold GENERAL HAULING and eontiactiM I t
OTT I The undersigned do hereby .ertlfy that Hales Phone Venire 3300 Yard work. Muck f.II dirt shelL ...... I
I street Fart ..,.... FlerMa they are conducting an tie-trie and na* NOTICES -- -- Pete Edge Phone 2012. ,1 '
'. appliances service bu.lnew at garawu. MALE and Female' red Per*an kilt.....
In Real !.etate"the j
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|>Everything Florida. under the fictitious name of months. Can he open at Hills Trsllel ,.
IF INTERESTED In good ma.o.e
USUAL and UNUSUAL Electric lark. rich-wind: fur l ; ,
CM Co.. Department 4 (Not NOTICE 0V INTENTION TO Hli.ll rogi.tratiun. elil er brick or block work call J. L Hill..
Incorporated) which birlnen Ialso REGISTER FICTITIOUS 1 hone Vtnlc ISM' Venire 1174 I ,
NAMES I
sometimes conducted UT.der the ( klA8LE SELECTION of fertims.dentlsl name of Electric I Gas Co. I Nut Inoorporatedl The undenlined do hereby certify Mat GERMAN,MAUF iS:mm: Kodak Retina ; ;
site. In city af Venn and hat acid firm Is they are conducting an electrical cong mlnUtiire' CHmna with Schneider 6 6lens -NCftETE WORK and trucking !_<. !
eompieed
r If interested, suggest you in- of the following perxns vhiwe nan rand tr ,'I1" business at EM....,ta. Florida. -,n. in Ompur nhutter AI. Kalurt Ml Adorjan Phone Venice 2665
Address Box 88. Venice, Fla. places of residence are as Mllnwi der the fictitious name of Electric A realistic Speed Clank unit 26\ for entire I
frank J. Conrad I1H' Routh Orange A..,. Cna Co, Department 1 (INot Inrorpiratwhich uutfit. II. th In loud nnilltl Illn. bring I sold DO YOU WIN FRIENDS EASILY f
1M HOUSE. frame mmArnct on, nue. Sarasota. I-1 rlla. Dole' F. Weeil cd1 business Is aim metimea, ronduetrd to help pay fir larger Drew.'vpe can-" .. Maybe to,,'re a nil,.III HDCCWS. Ther.'aI i
Nokomta. I 476 AltA under the flctlttmis name of Fleetrie See Pete Cm.vr nl Gondolier office.
lots in 1150 Also man Vista Avenue 8araH, . I rood I n i.nev In all year I.art-time aeUmc
T lot In Bay Point, Telephone Florida. and Andrew J. Brown Frnt.vill. Gas Co. (Not incorporatedand If )ou represent Avon lusmtic*. Tram'
that
Wad it Venlca 2K5STAfE Road KHramls Fl"r!.laOwnwhlp said firm I U composed of the follow fair Kiv n. Quick Christinaalto I saw-.
i of paid biuin.HS U a* ,..1. imp residence persons white names and place of Tourist Write Mine Tallow. Box i".1. n Mien.rla r
-IN THE-PINES, Sarasota Iowa 1 Frank J. Conrad 35 J-S"1J! Dale rail. are as f"II"wsl Frank J. Con. Upsurge i
I1W South .
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Ornige Avenue. S.
F. Weedman 8313 .
white (rums Cape Cod eottapeiW and Andrew J.
s.4a. .
U.100. Including big lot.t Brown BS I-I'.L Florida and Pale F. Weedtmm 475
to Alla Vista Expected SoonAn ..
Avenue. .
i Snrs.oU REPAIRING lawn atoew
It la our intention to apply to the Forirta m" <.r
Nuwthorne Kid Tuttle Ave
Ownership nf ... .... .
Clerk of the CircuitCourt in and file ald business Is aa ful- .hilllr. .it hirharpenm.
Sarasota County. Florida to register the! lows' Frank J. Conrad 50'," and Dale slawo and lt,..1.l C A. iamboff the Tract
said battles of inch bulkiness under tie r. Wcedman 60'< upsurge In the number of at fin .u Harbir
City Council in m Mini of Chapter 2B10J Lams wtFlorida. It li our intention tn apply to the I
taking fall] vacation trip11
Clerk of persons
Acts of 1 IQ41. the Cln ill Court rerWer l f"rwraMta ,
FRANK J. CONRAD Count>. Fl rida" (* the to Florida from all point a card from Cleveland
fcontiimcd from Pace One) DAI If V WfHJMAS sold nnmm of such ifinMft under thepro."on. Rcce\'ed.
ANDREW J. BROWN of Chapter 2im Lows tf F!"r. throughout the U. S. -- I is expected this week from Mr. and Mu D. J

Chief Herbert O. Hanctejti Pul>lli.b4 Cct 1. 8. IS. 22. HIS- id. Act of 1941Hi between now and the first i '
ne" our hand this t''h tiny of September H DeMns of Vcrezia Hky Tlier
\: that the installation 1148 day of 1949 according to Marvin
FRANK J. roNKAI took in acme of the World Series i
I tort between $35 and $50, DATE F. WFHIMAriTulli j L. Holloway.. manager of the ; :

| that only! two lights were Speaking of Coincidences i ,hi I.1.. I. 8. IT,. 22 114" Tampa Motor Club. games while in that city.

Ion the lorig, unpaved Jior- ii i NOTICE OP INTENTION: : TO Holloway raid that recent Purveys : Ii

|fare The light was recjnest- Baxter Dye of the Gulf Construction j RFylSTER FICTITIOUS NAMES conducted by National AAA I i --
Co. Venice air ha.-"e. The unlir-linort d, hereby ertlfy tlal
: the last meeting by Lie: : they are col.iluctlni an electric and /a.m headquarter in Wa:hligton. D. QUICK RELIEF FROM
had proof last week that postal .|.lianre* mi.rchai, li.lne hni.lne.s at
|ient owners.. i I C., indicate more and more people Symptoms of Distress Arising from
.
: in New Oilcan areplenty Siirawta Fllida I n ler the fietitlone
-ln': lifted Hanchey to inall en1pO'eel conscious of our com nam INut uf Inr t'...clrU rpirntrdl, ft Cola which('n.' D business" |.nrtmcntS Is are coming to appreciate the I STOMACH ULCERSDUETOEXCESS :

| local business places after munity. also sunii>time<' rrdiilel OF,1 IT the fklillo fall months as an Ideal time for
s name if Electric & Can Ci .Nut I vacations rest and lolaxation ACID i
1 and make sure they had The evidence tine from u Ine..rr..r.hod, and that said firm I. ....... I BookTellfoHomtTreatmattliat
I cui'ational! 1 I.censes. Florida should get its hale 1
City tailed of the f Hi wing iierwna whose And
Help KOCSJ S,ed.e mid je>- letter he found in his mailbox lames and plad if mlilwce are .. fol.Mwei I. visitors. Mutt Help or it Will Cost Yon Not hangOver
about 100 of heie Mailed from New Ol':cunn, Frank J. D.nrad. 1192 S! 'th of these three million bottles of the WiLt....
fonj more ( Avenue 8nrH...ta. 'llIrld. slid .
rnnite There are numerous reason 1 HKATMrNT have been sold for relief of
I 200 that are due, had beep it wad addrcs>ed .o ',he Gulf llarn G. C..nral. Kli; South Oranre Ave I eymptoinsofdenlrensarising from Iliiniaiai,
to date.Approved. Research and Development Co., mie Sorn.. t.. fkrllaOoncrxhli the AAA surveys dl'clo e. why and Duodenal Ulcers. duel Excess Add- 1 1
of aid buKlitos l I. as f, l- Poor
> the reason I Is a popular I Digestion Sour or Upset ttonucav .
autumn
a recommendation PO Box 2, Venice lwat Frank J Conrad I 90'i. aid Hurry Catslness, Htarthurn, aeepiessmes.te: I
Jams Adams chairman of nrad 50',. time for vacation' in Florida.' It duo to Elicesa Acid Sold on I) days' trtall
Dye noticed the difference C'I'u is cur intention to apply to the Auk for Wlilard s Messag which fully i
card 01 trustees of the city between his concern's name and Clerk, ut the Circuit Court In and fur .. I is easier to get good accommod"- I iMluiiil tb!. u-mimetil-Irao-*>. ...-j,
Ir works, that the charge for Saraulots County Fl.rida. to rmMer tie and reduced
lion for thing
one
pbj' service be reduced to the one on the envelope Since said names i.f such b"nil..... under the :THE RF\UL STORE
provisions of ('h.i"<("r 2i M. laws of summer rates are often still In k
month from the present the box number and city .le I'loride.1 Acts if 1041 r

It was )pointed out that the ,Jpe correct, however, he concluded I| Wllne our hands this ?1th lay if Sep effect I
la.mb",, 1949.
was the :am! as the mini- and openedthe J. CONRAD 2633 Sarasota2529
it was Just an error FRANK -
for regular water service, !, HARRY C. CONRAD
the SPECIAL THIS \\CEKClnsffnfle
lettei One glance at I
tag hardly fair when the *'a- Ft hllunt 1M. I. 8. IS M 194NOTICE -. toilets comnlctewith Phones j

was actually cut off luring contents, which happened 10 bea
white teat . $4959
INTENTION TO I.
OF
>ident's ab"Cnce.SchPduled wholesale grocery bill, convinced I I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES Venice Ambulance 1

a joint meetingnext him he was v\rong The un.ler that he :i. carrying on the business of
Tuesday night with rep- A second look at the envelope buying. acHing and otherwise dealing with Plumbing ShopBox ServiceDay
itMei; of the Rotary Club, real and ", ...uo.1 properlx at Sarasota
> Club, churcie and all or- revealed the 'Gulf part Was I Florida under the fictitious name of r;lee. 14. Venice Phone 2153

nations interested In the right, the box number was rignt trie ft C.. C< .. Department I INut In- or Night ,
using
c..rp,,rated* which bu.lncu Is also aonwlimes
Center during .he and the 'Venice' War .
winter part carried on under the fictitious name
>n. \ schedule for use of the right. But it was Venice, Louisiana ,1 Electric A CM Cu. Nit Incorporated I ROOFINGRoof Prompt nnd CourteousROBARTSSHANNON
Ing will be worked out. cold that said business Is owned In U Work of All Kinds
rather than our Honda entirety bY the undersigned Frank J.
Agreed to have em- Conrad whose place of residence I. IIJ2 1
city
that the letter was addressed I ALMS P. JONES 1
city Sarasota. Florida I
EM oil a section of The Es- S.ath Or nr A erne
Phone BJS 2873 Home 2981 Funeral Home i
de to.Apparently. I "I. mv Intenll to apply lu' e :
beter known a* the new Clerk if the Circit Court in and f 'r
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Kd, to lay dust that has ) when you think of Sirawta County Fl >rl te. to revhur I..
treating: a serious condition Venice think of Honda >r,.1 I names if ouch huains'ss under I"".elinlslons .."...."... .................... ... .r.rv' t tWhen
you 'MJ. Laws f
if hnptcr
enanu of the Higel l Cottages.of You Want A Plumber Bad
Anyone ever heal of our Lou r rlla Acts if
the tenants, Graham Witn;-.. mr JIji.: 2Mb day lit K,',fttmber :

ch and John L. Cornwell said isiana 104S. 1
would be FRANK: J. toNRAP : Be Sure That He Is GOOD t
glad to share the
if namesake'I I Tubli.hi ret 1. X. li. 22. 114"

nec csary.Authorized I Dependable Plumbing t

City Building erty was travteued to the uim> Fire Contracting Repairing '
fetor Guy Curwood to negoan at the start of the war.

aintement with A. E, 12-Agreed to Rive fuller pub : Full' Line Fixtures and Materials ir

,ate burn and, Laurel remove, for shell the city from to' licity to date and time of future (Continued from Page One) I \Vaf -- Pumps Pipe and Fittings I .1

kburn' property west of council meetings. because The question several another loom, here he went ..0 y LET t'S; mi'R2 YOUR JOB ESTIMATES: GIVEN
brought
was up
The hell will be used in protested they had not retrieve some poe> iom, .e I E
citizens CO.
JOSSART PLUMBING t
| building and repairing Known the council had decided to found it flaring! up again u:;d I

-Appointed a committee to tart its sessions at 7:30: p.n.,,Instead out of control V Day Phone Sight Phone 4
.!tigate the cost of putting a of 8 throughout the *'inter. The Forbes fled from the noi' 'e 3 Venice; Florida! Tea! .t

f ned roof on the bandstand in The earlier start and light bu-1 i. y,hen they saw they cO'Jldt A.A wws. P3'F'1t1.tJ/16'tt6'ASIr 1ta'rttJtt>tSD3'J It at+ .

I city (park, go tourists can usesand ness load \b\a? week permitted the save it They were unable ,0 !

for recreation Mayor meeting to 'adjourn before \I 30, rescue any possessions, aithou;';n

r. tuittood and Councilmane whereas: meetings during the sum neral neighbors ani'cdt .:he i

HI.I' are on the commit. mer .sometime, lasted until after none and tried::! to help. l-oi '. I While i I It Lasts
midnignt said ho did not aluinpi to call a : .

Authorized the city clerk to 13-Authorized the city building the Venice Fire Department, three
f er $1,700 from inspector to issue a ]local electrical miles away, because this f"if!
the general WE HUE A LIMITED: SUPPLY Or EXTRA FINE
to the conUactors license to r:. spread too fa.'t and the tele;hone
sinking fund order
in BOND AM LAID STATIONERY MONARCH
down.Xotum's .
ay a $4,455 interest.charge Arthur Allen of SBl"a ota. wires were burned
'e tity', bonded indebtedness 14-Gave further instructions does not have a fire SIZE ((7 1-4 x 10 3-4).

1 it becomes due Nov. 1, It to City A ttny. Marion Braswell on lepartment- and last year declined ito j

pointed out the transfer preparation of delniuent! | tax ordnance enter an agreement with Venice LIT: IS TERSOMIIZE IT WITH
a be former Councilman for ike of its equipment in
replaced) propo'ed by
as soon as tax IOIR :NAME: AND ADDRESS.
begin coming| In. The bal- finn Casperson.15Authorized emergencies.
of the is the police chiefto Tie: only thing left pf the thiee-

wed for in payment the sinking already fund. take out courtesy cards witha bedroom house, built in 1"!>41, is 100() SHEETS 4.50

Approved repairs to the local gas station 110.as to save a fire-scarred chimney with a ENVELOPES. .... .. .... ... Only
weather on
blackened vane
half moke
cent and one- per -
1 Plaster the city a
old and other parts of top. A pile of tile roofing, a twisted -
city' I'allon.
M Jail building on E. 16-Asked< Bra.well to invest'gate !- filing case, a ruined' stove and .

the type of insurance carr.edon twisted refrigerator: lie in the ashes

-Held second reading on Ion the city police cruiser. at itt foot. Forbes had insurance The' Venice' Gondolier

'once to bring six lot In the 17-Aaxed! tie: building inspector on the property.The .

i I 11 ala Park'Sect i9A- into the one:i to do ei>thing possible' to family came here several Mas' 313 W. Venice Ave. Phone 3131 f.h
reaidentiaY TK installed in from Boston, ,
lone, i w lots get heating equipment: years ago
previously in lone,' but 1 the Civic Center before the) winter where Forbes was engaged in'busnes3 ,

elremov d When! the prop- months arrive. : before :ne retired.



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Team Bowlakade Standings Keg Team Standings Stay Pt




1 HlUVg: LEAGUE W Lfmittr's Hottest Battles Bowlakade Lease Venetians !in Exhibiticp

------ --- Season's First Sea fraut Two Venice

\ Vcnl t ElwtrlcHfcrj.n Truckers--:::\\E":: :_ 1 Don't Change Caught in Dark of Nii?ht Goes to PeterGeorge art been and chosen Anthony member bowlers Dysel'/I, Joe!,i

1 Botts Jr., proprietor of :
of the
}-arl'. Car ire -- ----- The first sea trout sots SQuad that Will t'H
J......-S HinMtiK ._.__.. -_ 6 9t were caught this week the Venice Bowlakade, announcedyesterday Tampa
t A-nr. Furniture i -_ __-- 9V'llve PlacesDespite season Center, according \ that he had ]leased the team in a special, eihJ\,
: : : : Squads' near the Tarpon tion match
i Fwul _- .._-__.-_.- __: 11AlIN's to Phil Callanen, oper- local hardwood alleys for the next the Sarasota at 2 Pm. Sunda
"U" LF4Gt'E: : Ernie Peter of Bolalroi
ator of the docks and restau- year to resident
i ..teen's Fact '_-___-- -__- a 0 some of the hottest rant at the sportsmen layout. the Venice 1len'Bowling League u.T.helr Wellman opponents will]i be l led
Visits tthno : 2 1 battles of the 1948-49! reason, who took the Bowl fad to lit l
over of the
: -- -----::---- Callanen said Ernie Peter, Dotts, 20 highest)
J J Alraft ------- --- I I members of the Venice Men's : in the nation. ranking ke
Mm: "nlxn Fur.... __ Q s proprietor of the. Venice Electric akade with James Keys Sr in \i ''MoftheJ
"---"h' Sara
t Sowlmpr) League ended their sixth after the building -ota and Tampa
Co., made the catch about 1 Mfi, was players
'WOMKNS: EAI'E round of matches this week with 230: am Sunday while fish 'circled by resident Robert S: i not known.

.. team po,itions unchanged from from the Dm nard of the Venice Land Co. !
: : ing with live shrimp -
:' X'. Tetar' : : 1 1 1i 'he week before. stern of his boat, the "Mi... said the acton: wa necessary because of the Venice Electric: Co. ,
'j{ : Kegrleu] for SmittyV Tavern Mon i" The boat was tied up at he had to leave town for lives at the \'ellice Bay T
medical ticatment Keys mold his Park. *
!beat Jc lit'" Plunom! two
the docks interest to BotU last
year He has
to three, in a delayed session never operated k,
games Half a dozen large trout were Peter moved to Venice last ing alley before
i 53 Boys Sign A Petition at the Bowlakade last night. but said
reported caught by Peter and January fiomjlloughbv, Ohio. tended to follow\ policies, hJ
i For Revival of Scouts The wore were and S'U'U7! This left Snuttj's tion expert, he li now proprietor bowling service they

1 \\' t ng to ue Ven;les' Boy :leading the league) for the third 'ant"I

,I 'Ion 1 \It, Mi\oi Louis feui week in a tow, with 11 victories Change I
i ,'i (1 re-\o.IL Principal Homer and only four looses

II \Jj'" :I ]held :i "roundup"' in the Other Results
In Gal's League
Sincere
( th HI' aid:torium Monday of boys Contests during: the regular My ThanksTo

Q b, .v :o t,'oald be interested in join. ?ue,da>' night rolling saw the Matcher in the Venice Women

C :Its .'ie :;cout >ace.mak njc Englewood) ,Merchants of
Fouling League SIIII shifting all the Friends
j\\ All eligible! ] students were in. humbled by Adorjan Trucking fortunes this week. and Patrons

teed to attend and 33 signed a 8J8.J35, 9J5: -'124, and 911- The Venice Electric Petticoats,
Who
l t t.eiion u:knur for ie.esUblihnn die. The one-time league-leading league leaders with Smitty's Tavern l have Helped me operate

r of the ]local scout troop Venice Hectriw; made a comeback ladies last week, suffered a THE VENICE

: heyeie told that while the whipping Venice Furniture surprise setback at the hands of )> BOWLAKADE I
Rotary Club has agreed to sponsor 943-957, 966-962, and 982
Girls
Texaco
the troop this year, a scout. 894.! And cellar-hugging Venice Dyseven'i /, For the Last 2 3-i Years
'meter and other leaders must The Texaco, after droppingtheir
';nt rif ohtn:ned. FoodCored a| upset win over first game 727 to 756( came t
Earl's Garage, P DO.S25, 908-986,
Each boy was asked to talk to back strong and won the net two
Ju father and men friends in an and !J54.943. lines by 817-808 and 815 712, .{ I know you will give the same
attempt to the in total
secure volunteers for Despite change At the same time the -8mitt)"'.
the
pOll it'ons. Volunteers are to and lost however the
,
games won female, suffering their worst cooperation to the lessee
contact: Sut 'r, Mike ell or other st new
local member team standings remained exactlythe of the
of the Sarasota slump season, dropped
:'ount> Boy Stout Committee. same a* they were last week. three games in a row to kids from # 'I j of the property
These are Ben Dunn, Frank Roe- Still tied for second place were ,
the "K" The
; Club. scores Were
lick AI| :Moienen, J T. Blalock the Merchants, the Electrics and 1
and Oti Bion 654 808, 698-755 and Ri4-751.
>on the Truckers, with nine wins and These results left the ilectiics
Major Suter, who Ernie Peter
'the first Eagle wa one of six losses apiece. Tied again for tied with Dy"evens for first place
Scouts in New
Jersey as a boy, also third place were Larl, Jo:sart with eight wins and seven loses,
gave a short
and the and the "K" Club
|alk on the history of scouting, and Venice Furniture, each with Snntty
I tied for second with
u knot t em?, first aid and life sav- six victories and nine defeats And and spot seven
eight defeats.
1 nr. The major wa notified the till in bottom spot was Venice wins Both high and series Best Wishes All of You for
high to
following game / J
day that he had been Food, with only four wins and I
honors taken] Anita
were by Koog-
male!
:'awfota a.Manatee commissioner of the 11 losses. er of D\&evenj She had a 177 I Successful Bowling Season
('ouncil Boy Scout I An attempt to bleak the deadlocks ;game and a 447 series. a
will be made as the league I
,
enters its seventh week next
--- GONDOLIER
t Classified Ado

.F Tiutrg Mr. and Mu. H S. score Tuesday for at this the Bowlakade.week was High 160: cust little, yet produce fin iw GEORGE W.BOTTSJR,

Bowden of Palermo PI is Mrs N rolled by Guy Curwood'of Smit ults Just phone Venice 3131 before -

'I' B. ArnaJl of Baltimore Md., who ty's: while top series for the period 5 pnx Wednesdays
was 573, creditted to Stan
ft 111 le here most of the wInter. I iuchaid.cn of Venice Furniture

:Mrs. Ama! Is Mis Bowden's "B"' League.All Start

TT other. First matches in the Men's "B"

League, organized last week, were First Anniversary Dance
rolled on :Monday night Green
TARPON Fuel ended the session by' beating .
]Ldmondson Farms three
straight gamed, CJ3: -4.22, 57J.415, f OFEdmondson -
I CENTER and 005.J82. Second place was won
by Venice Radio, which defeatedJ
& J Aircraft two games out of Farms Inc.

Tide Tables 514.three, 681.54

Results of the "All Star" gamesin .
VENICE INLET NOKOMJS FLORIDA
Sarasota on Wednesda were ,
(Punta Rasa Correction) not reported to the Gondolier. But
mah low the city's All-Star squad came out I

Fri. 0,": 2_ 1:52 ..m. 10:01 R m. on top with a Sarasota challengeteam Your V enite-olion1is-Englewood-Laurel-Osprey
Flit.. (\,t, _1 2:241 a m 11 :12 ar City Linen, on Sunday
Run" nt. 24 :U. m. 12:12 pm.M night Venice rolled a total pin LAND
,.... O"t. 25 4,21. m. I:51: p.m.Tom. core of 2T85, while the visitors 0' SUN MILKMAN ,
Ot't. 211 Gann a.104 .- tot! only 2511. High! sHies was !
: pm. ftn: p m.WeA made by' Joe Jo.sart of .JosiaitI \
.. 'd. 27 7:5t .,111. 2:10: ii iLive lumbinfr] hoe lines totalled VENICE FLA
141:49, p.m 3:50: I'.m. G02, while high! ingle game wai COUNTRY CLUB, VENICE,
,
Tim. Oct 211 :1\ v,m. 3:77 anI, a 239 scored by League/ !evident "
.
10:61 p.m. 1:32: pm.F.I. I .
time Peter of Venice Electric
., .
fIt.t '
29 10 (1 a.m. 4:36 am.5U9
: p.111. A Venice WOIITI't squad lost to

-0- an aggregation the Sunday rom' contest Sarasota during I Saturday Night, October 30th

Bait now

Te.:kle NEED PRINTING:
Dancing< From 8:30: On
All Types of Boats
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Available Our Doiks
Venice 3131, Music By

.. JOHNNY EDMONDSON & HIS ORCHESTRA


LIVE SHRIMP Striitly Grade "A"



Plenty of It. Good Size Everyone InvitedAdmission FreeWe



'w FIRST SHIPMENT OF THIS SURE-FIRE BAIT have enjoyed serving you during the past year and are looking forward d

'" SINCE AUGUST I.: to bringing you the best Land 0' Sun Dairy Products that we can produce J

in the future. Come out to the farm and see how your milk is Hlicei

TARPON CENTER And come, to the Dance, which wee hope will be the first of many to comet :






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