Venice gondolier
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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 29, 1948
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
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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: UF00079934:00142
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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ollar-Year Men Sign Firm to Open 3 Venetians HurtIn mmmmmammw Political : I

Girl Scout Leader to Help'Reorganize
Factory at BaseAn

olunteer for Jobs Freak MishapsMinor Venice TroopMiss Barrage

Indiana sign nunufactuiingHim Lois Henry, regional director
will open a branch factoryat of the Gulfside Area of

C.C. Secretary the former Venice Army Air but painful Injuries were Girl Scouts, who met Informallyon Nears EndTheir

Base In the near future, it was suffered this week by three Vene- Tuesday with local Girl Scout

disclosed last night by PresidentH. tians. and Brownie leaders, will returnto and bombarded
I Board Also Hears Call! S. Bowden of the local city Venice next Wednesday afternoon ears eyes
First to be hurt was A. W. continually this week by politicalads
For Increased Dues council. to re-establish a local Girl
Moremen, assistant and direct-
of radio
Bowden said the former base library Scout Troop.It .
I Move of Headquarters building, located at the the Venice Golf and Country was decided Tuesday that all mall leaflets of candidates for

DIrectors of the Venfce-Noko- rear of the present city fire station Club He lost the Index finger of mothers of Girl Scouts and county, state and national offices,
had been leased by the city his left hand residents of the Venice area are
s Chamber of Commerce, meet- while cutting apiece Brownies must attend next Wed-
In special session at theVlc yesterday to the owner of the of wood on a power saw In nesday's session in order to make getting ready to join the rest of
Indiana firm. The latter the nation at the polls next Tues
i Center on Monday evening was the wood craft shop at the Club. I their daughters eligible for membership
i consider the resignation of Identified as "Herb" Williams of at this time. Any mother day.With
His hand came into contact with
etary B IB (Sarge) Bowen, Shelbyville, Ind. I. who will find it impossible to intend a total of 921 Democrats
presented with the names Williams could not be reached the blade when he leaned over to the meeting is urned to call and 206 Republicans registered In

| five local men as possible te- last night for details. It Is under pick up another piece of wood. Mrs H S Bowden, chairman of this area this includes Venice.

ents. stood, however, that *ie plans to The second was Franklin I I the Girl ScoUt committee Nokomis. Englewood Laurel and

Iflie candidates for the job are employ about eight persons In Simpson, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 I Osprey there ordinarily wouldbe

( ) the factory bringing some of them Ralph Simpson, who reside on a little question of the outcome
leighton Count Cornwell, 45, ,
ruler U S government attor7 here from his Shelbyville plant.It farm east of Venice. The youth I I I UN Assembly Meet here.

; Edward A Beaudry, 58, reNew was also reported 'that Williams sustained a compound fracture of I Since the Democrat are badly
ed York consulting engi- had leased the Triangle Inn Ills right arm while playing with To Be Re-enacted I' split over President Harry S Tru I

"; Robert L Gregory, 3, for- on Nassau St. to house his work- another youngster, Raymond I I man's civil rights program, however i.
U S government printer; ers, but Owner Baxter Dye said Ward, in the Simpson's yard. A reenactment of the routine the chances for a solid

drew Faist of the Nlckell Bldg., last night that an agreement had Riding Bike followed by the United Nations I Democratic vote are much reduced I '

d i retired( army officer Wen- not yet been closed. Franklin was riding his bicycle Assembly in Its all-Important International And since Sarasota County

lied only as a Colonel Wright. and Raymond was running beside meetings will be stag- Republicans have been waging :
I ed at the Civic Center here next one of their most strenuous campaigns
[The deluge of names came as Election Party PlannedFor him. The two suddenly collided .
Thursday evening. In the history of the state, 'iii F
and the fracture resulted when
surprise to the directors, who Club Guest
ore the meeting were actually Country Franklin fell on Is arm. The The performance, sponsored by pundits agree that anything can : \

derlni where they would find Members of the Venice Country Ward boy escaped with a few the Venice Lions Club will be put happen. "If I .
scratches.The on by 15 members of the Sarasota Breakdown Figures ::
|man to replace Bowen. Even Club and their guests can weep 1
e! surprising ,was the dlsclos- on each others shoulder or third to be Injured was Lions Club. It was first staged In The breakdown .of the area Ii

that all of the candidates PJCt shout hooray, as the case may be Tom Hubbard a resident of the Sarasota and Is part of the club's figures Is as follows: Venice, 295 I

t Gregory were willing to con- while listening to election returns Miami Farms southeast of town. citizenship program. white Democrats, one colored t 11

Unite their services as "dollar- next Tuesday evening. His left side was badly skinned The reenactment will be givenat Democrat and 73 white Republicans

|year" men for the good of the The club Is having an Election and most of his clothes were torn 8 p,m. and will follow the local ; Nokomis and Laurel 252 .IJ 1

unity.. As a result C of C Night dinner and party. Latest off when' he was caught in the club's weekly dinner meeting at white Democrats, 19 qolored

dent Robert Q. Haines s1olg.sted returns will be gathered from the pulley of a tractor. The accident the country club. The public is Democrats, 37 white Republicansand II I
I that the board take a week radio and posted on a bulletin occurred as he attempted to invited to attend the program at four colored Republicans; j"i

[ think the matter over, andt board. And in between announcements climb into the tractor, which was the Civic Center. No admissionwill Englewood 152 white Democrats ,

t again next Monday to make there wilt be dancing and hooked to a spraying machine be charged. Feature of the and 25 white Republicans; Os 1 ,

ir decision. an: Impromptu floor show, which being operated by his brother-In- regular part of the meeting will prey. 202 white Democrats and 65 f j

Bowen Commended will feature local talent. law John D Fann Jr The lat be ladles night events' white Republicans. No figures I

[Boven'i resignation, announc- Management of the. club has ter rushed to Hubbard's aid and Guest speaker at last night's (Continued on Page Two)

> In last week's Gondolier, was asked that members have their turned off the tractor engine before Lions meeting was Rev. D.

nflrmed verbally by the retiring reservations In no later 1 han more serious injuries had resulted Campbell Crawford. pastor of the Infra-Red 'Frost Guards' i!

fetal In Monday. First Baptist Church.
} reply Haines
For Plants to be Shown
i the chamber hated to lose

i services but that he felt It "Frost guards," a new device
I no right to ask him to stay Old Warning---But It's Still Spooky Truth for protecting ;plants from cold

[the expense of his health. The wearher by Infra-red rays, will
tors later voted to given be demonstrated to students of

a letter commending him The Goblins'll Git Ya hangs itself there adults will find plenty to keep the Veterans Farm Training Program -

f his service. If You Don't Watch Out 'Can' Awaits Erring! SpooksDo ( 'em busy all evening. on Monday night at the '
|!D addition to discussing tha Englewood Celebrated EarlyA Venice-Nokomis High School.
children also get into mischief I
Mates for the secretary's Job, The goblins will get ya if you carnival held at The demonstration will be
similar was
ask? Why, perish the
i directors debated several oth- don't watch out! you last Fri staged by Ralph Simpson, local
|matters Among them were the That's an old old warning thought. The little dears never the Englewood PTA. American Legion member who

for Increasing chamber but you'd better pay attention to or at least hardly ever do day by the community's operates a cucumber farm about

(Continued on Page, Nine) It Just the same. Because this isHallowe'en ; anything more than knock on Some 2*>Q were present and costume two miles east of Venice. Simpson
awards went to Vernon Da said yesterday he had just
weekend, and as any doors and ask for pennies. They'dbetter
Cashatt who received three of the devices,
vids and Jimmy
era)I Services are Held and most adults can not, anyhow, because Chief
youngster which at Michigan
were developed
dressed Negro minstrels;
of Police Herbert O. Hanchey says were as
Mrs. Joseph Spadaro tell anything can happen State University.
1 you he'll be on the lookout and the Mary Croxon, a "monkey-face,
|taeral services were held In before Its over. city jail will be waiting with open I and Calol Wallace, whose getupwas The "frost guards" are said to
Myers yesterday morning for What kind of things? Well, cell doors. so ghostly that the PTA reporter operate on kerosene and to cover

Margaret that, asking such a question couldn't remember later about three-fourths of an acre
Spadaro. wife of fancy That makes you feel better?
fD Spadaro owner' of' the 'It's the time that ghosts Then here' another Item to relieve what she had on. per unit. One of their peculiarities
An estimated $151 was cleared Is that they do not raise the
Grande i Hotel on Oasparilla walk:, witches ride broomsticksacross your mind. Most Venice
rat-tat- youngstetrs will be kept'plenty, from sales at the various stands. air temperature around plants,
the moon strange but heat the plant fibers Inter
With previously collected funds
Spadaro busy tonight by the big Hallow
died early this at the win-
sounds appear nally. They have been used suc-
tat; contributions,
after e'en Carnival to be staged In the plus expected new
take a long illness. Burialto dows. And, sometimes garbagecans IOU gym by the local Parent' this will give the PTA enough to cessfully to protect citrus, straw
puce in Tampa.
< seem to empty themselves; Teacher Assn. This'll get underway meet its share of the cost of a berries and other crops. Simpson

tract jbad J of tulf-front land that soapy furniture the gym at 6 p.mand once InSide screen for the school. The county The meeting will be open to
f and porch .
derelopsneg 4 southeast'Venice dow-p nes.
poets and the marchers and Interested will pay the other halt the public.
Jawk a VvY I walks right UP lamp

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VENICE GONDOLIER ___ Pr1daT. October
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Dai's: Funcia s-ne ;:1 .rlr> r _
V.'Vntr ti
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Use Gondolier i Classified Ads Ca2i31I!!! E"...C l,".".. H N Wlmmers. local real estate been ill for some done rar&114,
north on Monday to fered- a heart
man, flew attack
I. One)
(Continued from attend the funeral services of his morning. He was last ;
RADIO SICK BROKEN ? I were available on State's RightsDemocrats father,Samuel O. Wunmers.. who son several weeks ago, Aires
or other minority par died Sunday evening at his homeIn local realtor was called t,j
Lakewood. Ohio. wood because of the old
We'll fix it for ycu very quickly ties.The local situation was enliv- The elder" Mr. Wlmmers.. who man's Illness.

and for a price you can afford .I ened yesterday afternoon when
an IS-car Republican motorcade

(Sorry, No Work On Auto Sets) carrying all 11 candidates that
the OOP is running for county

And If You Need A New Set We Have The Best offices, swept. through Venice and WANTEDThree
between here and
other towns
Portable Public Address System for Rent
Battery or AC Operated Sarasota Their horns blaring and
covered with colored paper
VENICE RADIO SERVICE"Sick and campaign sign, the visitors CouncilmenMust

Radios Made Well In Venice" made a gay r f%>ectacle.
251 W. Venice Ate Phone 2672POLITICAL No Democratic .motorcade 01
rally appeared here this weeK,
|but several Individual candidates have adequate working knowledge of the

visited the town and talked to following:
e: f voters on the streets.

Polling PlacesIn 1 Municipal Finances, including
the meantime, officials of
the county registration offlcs. a-Budgeting
Sarasota Issued a list of polling; b-Taxation
GLORY OFTEN LEAD places and poll officials for eachof
TOTHEGKAVYs/ the communities In the area c-Property Appraisal

<< They< also announced that the dAdministrationeAccoulltancy
r/9/ *) polls would be open from 7 a.m. Procedure
The :test t v.':iv to pre-
.. : .... V f* W The Venice polls will be locatedin Municipal: Financing, including
pare for any event -:: tT"rfU >' v the Civic Center on W. Venice

and to relax: when it's: --5 _...< foh 1" Ave., where Mrs Helen Duncan a-Bonds and Revenue Certificates
......-. \ ':I- will be the supervising clerk. In b-Refunding Procedures and Costs
over is with :a cool -' ; fpectorsrut be Mrs Jennie
i. Rates
< 'Interest
Chentault, Mrs Margaret Adams

drink prepared with ,, iw'It; and :Mrs Ruth ttuykondall. while 3-Building Construction, including'
the sheriff's deputy will be L E

Parish. a-Costs

Voters fom Nokomis: and Laurel .
JIM PONDER'SPACKAGE will cast their ballets at the office
of Roofing Contractor Alvin I
LIQUORS Jones, located about 50 yards behind -
-t-Zoning 1 including
: the Nokomis Grocery on the
Tamiaml! Trail. The cleric wUI be a-Legal Aspects
Mrs Pauline Rigby, while In-'
b-City PlanningcBeautification
Epectors will be Mrs Emma Mel-
, toy, Mrs D Holland and Mrs.
Voters I Cora Devlin. Richard Merrifield 1

will! be the deputy. In addition applicant: must be willing to

The Englewood polls will be spend sufficient time to read and digest our
For Transportation to Polls located In the Woman's Club
building and will be in charge of City Charter, Building Codes, Zoning Ordinance

Clerk Irwin Biorseth. Inspectors and a conglomeration of other ordi

Laurel Nokomis (Pet. No. 7)) will be Ethel F Hill Emma Tate nances.
and Dorothy Wells, while Ed Bry-
Call Venice 2S73 an will be deputy. Position should not take more than half

The polling place for Osprey I .
the waking hours of a reasonably quickwittedindividual.
which covers a wide geographical
VENICE (Pet. No. 8)) area, will ba in the Osprey Mer- .
chantlle Store on the Trail. "
Call Venice 2381 Charles W Webb will be clerk,
while InspectorS will be Mrs J C SALARY NOTHING.

Childs, dustave C Fischer and
IMPORTANT NOTICE! :Mrs Madeline Marvin The deputy
will be Henry Lewis
Apply at the City
It is not generally understood: that all Sarasota City Council (Petitions

County offices will he filled by COUNTYWIDEvote. The only activity in the local

In other words, YOU should vote for a can- council race this week was circu- EN,
didate for EVERY lation of a petition urging Smyth (This Advertisement Inserted by FINN W, CASPER
county office, whether the can- )
Brohard the public Interest.
and Frank Slegrist to Reg. Real Estate Broker In
didate is from
district not.
your or
run for two of the pending vacancies


W. Venice Ave. Lowe's Grocery Phone 2091





. 69c PRESERVES 19c $1.99
CHEESE . 98c FLOUR . .

Pkg. CANE 1 GaL DIET No" .

."' RINSO . . 31 c SWEUL 29c 11c'
. . SYRUP . . 98c APRICOTS . .


We Believe That Venice Is A Progressive and Substantial City ;

And That Patronizing Home Industry Will :
Help Keep It That WayI y.

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TBtiMAtf' BEZt,"I'LL: ,G FIVEzm H .... ,Teachers FetedBy Nassau St.. was two years old last :Gale Dempsey, Pamela Oedney, :
,AU I.CAN DO H KEEP YOU WARM. Thursday. He celebrated the, occasion Hider, Butch Joyner, Nancy :
at an Ice Cl'elUland cake Shanley Billy' and Margaret 11/
Order Your Good Fat Fireplace Wood Methodists Party. His guests were Barbara' Lightfoot and his sister, Isabelle ;
While Jt Is Plentiful and Bruce Bogart Carol and Olds.! j{

I At 'Open Iouse' I jI

[Box H5 or !Phone 2812: or 2995 Venice FR."Let's 85 Attend Church's f

Be Warm' First Public Party; If you believe .
More to be; Held

About 85 persons gathered at r
the Venice-Nokomis Methodist' that a candidate for the Hoard f.f Public

Church last Friday night to attend Instruction should be well educated, bea
the Informal "open house"
Siilitt 's ( avcrn for members and friend of thecliuich. parent of school age children, have the
The affair honored public time and means to really work at the job, .
school teachers of the area.
"The Bright Spot on the Trail" Rev. George L. Harper welcomed and should have no political :ambitions for

the group. Homer Mikese'l' herself or any member of her family
principal of the Venice-Nokomis
Dancing NightlyAnd High School discussed briefly th;
work of the church in connection i I
on FRIDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS with school and home life. VOTE FOR ;
A musical program followed
with Ve-No-Hi Coach Charles'
Dave Duncan Oadd acting as master of cere-
Sara A. GernhardMember
monies. Several vocal selections
were rendered by Mrs. Frank

The "One Man Quartet" Roebuck by Mrs.accompanied James A.: Hightower.at the piano Bo&rd of Public Instruction District 2 j

Mrs. Mlk&sell and Mrs. Hightow- ji
Whose Music will Keep Your i
Toes Tapping er played a piano duet and Billle
Joseph entertained with three accordion J
solos. Remember To vote for all
A general songfest was also
held, with Mayor Louis Suter candidates COUNTY-WIDE
Puerto Rican Rum . $2.89 fifth I leading the singing Punch and:
cake were served. VOTE REPUBLICAN!
This was the first open house
Quality Blended Whiskey $3.29 fifth held by the church. It was so ,
successful that the church -plans II I
to hold more Informal parties for Protect Your Schools I
100 per cent Grain Gin 1.95 pint the public in the future, according i
to Mrs. M. Cousins, generalcbalnnan Vote NO on Amendments 1 and 2 '
of Friday night's
90 Proof party.;
(Paid Political Adv. '
Gordon Mitchell Olds! Jr., s"&
of Mr and Mrs Gordon Olds' cf

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James A. "Jim" HaleySTATE


Formerly president of the Barnum Baile.Ringlin.Bros Circus, "Jim" Haley is now retired and anxious to devote his time to

the welfare of Sarasota County and its people. He knows YOUR problems and those of Florida he was born in Anniston,

Ala., and has resided here for 25 years. He understands the problems of business men lie was an accountant before joiningthe

management of the "biggest show on earth." He knows the problems of veterans he was first sergeant in a machinegun

company during World War One, is a member of the Sarasota Bay Post of the American Legion and of the Sarasota-Manatee

"40 & 8" Society. He belongs to the Elks, Masons, Sun and Surf Club, Sarasota Yacht Club and Sarasota Country Club. Most

, important of all, he will get along with other Democratic members of the Legislature for he has been chairman of the Sarasota.

County Democratic Executive Committee for 12 years. ,


Vote ,Democratic For Democratic Government"Return

the Party that has Served You Well" '

(Paid Political Adv.)

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VEICL": oo=CUER 3"ttday, octnber

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I Janie's Jottings Milk i to Flow Like t P

, j| By Janet T. Conover I At Dairy Company Dance FIn

| Gondolier Social Editor of W
I '
Youth Week, the Youth Pi4 e'
Venice renewed acquaintance with two old friends over the weik- ship of the local Me

I end. They were Mr. ond Mrs. Francis N. Hamilton, who stopped by Public Is InvitedTo Church has planned is
I a live ee
on their way up from the American Legion Convention In Miami to 'NewLook' InfluenceGrows program which
I their home In Oreen Castle' Ind. Mr Hamilton was stationed out at School Gets It Zoo *lllJtWtOIJ,t di!
! Sunday morrow
!(I, the Venice Air Base during the war, but left in 1944 to enter Officers Party Marking1st evening with a BaJIII'!
party at the rH
i Candidate School in Texas, Be- The Sunday School, rooms of church root.

lore hi? discharge he was vita mother, Mrs J E Bartlett' wno the Venice-Nokomis Methodist Sunday. night's church i w

the army legal department in were driving down from New AnniversaryRemember Church will have a brand new will be in charge of the ( el.

, Korea The Hamilton were' England. They all ai rived in Ven- near people, with President BtthT!. e
look In the
Ii pleased with the growth and progress ice Monday evening Mr and Mrs about Johnston leading the program.,
I, of Venice and said they Bartlett had been up north ,> song Members of the church's quintet composed of Mar, Bury

.. wished they could stay here. summer. He flew' home several komethlng-or-othor flowing like Wellesley Fellowship' Class have June SmIth Mary Jo Miles,uJ

Well Venice would 'lUte to have weeks ago.Guests j wine? Well' they can rewrite the: been busy wielding paintbrushes nle Inlay Brown and Nell ]g

t them, too. ---- ditty for local consumption, tomorrow measuring windows for will sing ,
-"- I of Mrs V 0 Wilson! substitute Classes will bt held !
!' night And they can Venetian blinds, etc., in carryIng Maw
the Copper Kettle Inn on Harbor and Tuesday evenings at
"Venice milk for the liquids the out the work chosen by the i"
Bay Park is C I Dr are her son William Wilson : followed' by a recreation: pery\(
Shelly, who has bin III Rcmn y. of Celt Spring on the Hudson original son; referred to. group as this ear's project. And a banquet on Wedneteg
W, I Reason Is that the proprietors When finished the rooms evening at 8 30
Va. for the summer While N" y and Miss Anis Baxter : will climax ftl

I In the Panhandle State he.1$ I of New Voik City Tiny ex,, c. I II of Edmondson Farms, Inc.. will will have been completely re- activities.

visiting Jiis sister Mrs Robert B I to be here for the w inter months.Monday I hold! a free public: dance at the decorated.The Guest at the dinner will] A

Jackson Mr Shelly' arrived in I ,' Venice: Country Club' tomorrow Fellowship 'Class, com- Rev. Joe Tolle of Bradenton,Knl

town Friday evening and was nuf : the birhJiv 'I night to celebrate the first ami- posed of young adult membersof George L. Harper, minister! of tfcl!>>
at the train bhi* son-in-la of Susan Hall who was eight! I church. wil; hold a consecntbtl
uiary of their taking: possessionof the church meets each Sun-
and daughter! Mr and Mrs Hoard \\'- years old. Her mother. Mi'*. I service at 8 pm following >|
Brllp '. also of the Trailer Penny HUll' cf Ponce de Leon Ave the local dairy. And. naturally, day at 9:43: am J. T Blalock dinner,

Park. Mr Briley Is foreman of the ,, tuck her and tier, sifter, Nancy, a feature of the affair will bo a of the Venice-Nokomis Bank Is

Gondolier mechanical dejJl\rtol to Sai:!seta for dinner and a milk bar at which the daIry's teacher of the group, while'

ment holto celtbrav Land: 0' Sun products: will' be distributed High School Coach Charles JOSEPH \. HDNTZ

o- I -0- to the guests Gadd Is president,
Aft There will be no admission
Clinton, Conn.. Mr And Mrs!I In Venice Saturday to : HOMES
I charge for the affair. All i-
Frank J Cadwc'l' returned Satur- spend the winter at their home re Mrs M L Bellamy of Greenville ,
dents of the area and their
day to Venice and their home 01" on Avenue des Parques For the S. C., spent several days In Venice -
lends "- are invited to attend Box 1783 Ph. 60-134
Harbor Dr. Mr Crrtwell is co.- summer they have been opera this week as guest of her son
and enjoy the free "cow ce'
r' -\<'A \\'lth'th'! H N Wimmeiv ing! their dude u.ich: the Jack Ju: and daugl'tei-lii-law. Mr and SarasotaTHE
and fun.
H ,'ale offlc". and Jill Ranch, in Montague Mrs William Bellamy.
Mich. "Grade A"* :Music:

-: Friend of I -o- Another feature will be dance

C ,." 'au*, Ohio hive: arrived at Back 1.1 Venice for the winter music by Johnny Edinttndson and KING FURNITURE CO.

1.:, :, writer home :i.i Enslcwcocift I season are Miss AHta Graves end his orchestra Johnny Is the son FRED B. KING OWNERof
,: the winter c<'agvn.Mr Miss Evelyn BakT owners of the of George Edmondson. owner of
I the dairy, and the voung: man's Punta Gorda
--a- Ntit'ewood! Gift Shop end Nastlfvord -
A M Biiltj of A-n-ach Rd I Svuct Shop They returnedfrom band is said to be "strictly Grade TAKES PLEASURE IN WELCOMING:

Find: MisS W Il tcnsel l of Virc! ? I Holiness, N H. where A." The party will start at 8:30pm TO THE BUSINESS LIFE OF

Ave returned last week after a they operated a gift shop during and last "until the cow THIS AREA .

tl\'o'\.rk \8't'! %lti; Mrs Bal: }"'s the summer months Enro1'te come home though whose cows MRS. JOHN MANI.EY

fm-'n-l-w! and diupntti, Mr and 'tney' stopped, In New York for) 1 is not known,

Mr Eicmp Co'cnai' : at Wnt'r some buying and !in The Edmondsons took over OWNER

Talk Va, to visit Miss Bakei's TliZeWeJ1'1 their Nokomis farm, formerly
-o-- Mr and Mrs W L Baker owned by George Wl'Hams': shortly Royal Palm Dapce Stulio

Ann Fiarklln! daughter of Mi will move into their new home on after they moved to Venice

find Mrs R E Fields of Waif'el' I Ponce de Leon Ave as soon as it : from Culpepper, Va. They now
Ave. \I aone liar older Mon- is finished live
s on Harbor Dr. Venice, anddistrlbutl'
day. She cclo'jiatod: the event their
o- Land 0' Sun Products -
with some friends at her homt Mrs Clyde P La-tuiy and her throughout the area be- VENICENOKOMISBANK

They were Peachy Hcnne Mary three" daughters Leah Jean Jr. tween Englewood and Osprey.

tdrl Jinx, Biilry and Julia Ma.flndale ."- Dana Lynn and Cherkk, all< of Edmondson announced thh

Hartford. Conn have taken a week that he plans to hold another -
-n- cottage rn Treasure Island for free public dance
on Jan
H P *
Kavkendstl of Ponce c' the winter season, Mr Lasbuiywill
8, He said its purpose would be
Ion Ave took a J & J Aircraft i loin them later Mrs LasburyIs "welcome Venice
winter visi-
Plane to Tampa on Friday and the daughter of MJ and Mrs tors and help' them Complete
acquainted -
from there flew! to Norfolk. Va I J E Bartlett! of Pence de Ll'on Facilities
with each other. ,: Banking
to meet Mrs KuykendaU and her Ave 1 I

Winter Plans for Auxiliary
IV A HURRY? Commercial Accounts
Plans' for the winter programof a=
PHONE 3461If the Woman's Auxiliary No-Vel "T Savings Accounts

N. Answer, Call :155 Post American Legion, will be Safety Deposit Boxes

VENICE TAXI made at a meeting at 8 pm Traveler's Checks

I..DRIVE.IT CARS FOR RENT Monday: night at Legion Hall on
K Venice Ave. All members and

40!.. ......#...................+.+rr+.... .... .....*"* officers are requested to attend,
it was announced yesterday by YOUR
: For Rent or Lease | Mrs. Ruth Kuykendal', president,
of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
; Newly Built Apartments J I Mr and Mrs Randall French ,

: have returned to their home in
Consists of 4KITCHENETTE $5000. Muimum Inaur ftce $5000
Venice after a summer vacationIn For Each
1 LIVING ROOM BED ROOM i Holland, Mich
Beautifully. furnished! with twin beds Sealy mattresses ands t\\ VIN;

;:Ings, Must be seen to be appreciated J|
; CALL VENICE 2673 or WRITE to |i

i :IR, S. IP. SUSMAR. Venice, Florida BENDIX

.,at-IIS+.1tt-NN.t...,1 1.1i t.srill. .t11N.1.Mf :.i1..Nal AUTOMATIC WASHING MACHINES

': Like Fine Food? VENICE TUB A TOR I U I 249 w. VENICE AVE.

.. os

Then Delux yoU'll Table enjoy d'Hote pur Dinners Wet Wash up to 8 lbs. 40c

-i In Pleasant and Seafoods Surroundings Extracting up to '8 lbs. lOc

8 a.m to 9:30 pjn.
Drying a e per lb. 5c

Macatees Restaurant 1 HOUR SERVICE ON WET WASH'MR.

+- In Nokomis Lodge Dining Rooms PHONE tSTS and MRS. LESLIE 8TECKLEY Qpn.

..Ilk. 1K

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23. '1948

[public n'. Club in Novembergames Plans Party Early Christmas Party Held Child PsychologyPTA I ,. -GULF \I

[ and bridge party has Study ;
TopicThe '
planned by the VeniceNo.Woman's For a Good Reason Too \' TheatreVenice

Club for Friday Study Group of the.VenIce

01, Nov. 19. at the Venice _____ I Nokomis Parent. Teacher rhone 29C4

Center. Youngsters Bring Gifts I Assn. met for its first session of ONE SHOW NIGHTLY I
party will be open to the For xplalned' to the] young group the year Monday evening at thehome I II
e Europe's ChildrenThe
The youngsters were told that Box: Office Opens 7:39 p
and will start at 8 PALeeds of Mrs. Louis Suter In the
IC .
they were helping some child to Show Starts 8:00
i wi'l go toward the club's! "SURlbeams" of the First Venezia Hotel.!
fund. Baptist Church had "Christmas" have a happy Christmas per- Short Subjects Shown tttlort I
ling a haps for the first time. Main theme for this Year'sstudy
and After the Feature
Charles McQ. Roberts Is party Tuesday afternoon !
Fruit punch and cookies as proposed by the National : -
rill chairman of the affair. at the home of Mrs Murrtell PTA Magazine, Is "Psy -- H
served to the 22 boys and girls Friday and t:sturday"
will! be assisted by Mrs Louisel Thompson of Laurel. Before anybody who attended. Mr chology of the School Age Child." .
: Thompsonwas Oct.
: Zi SO
, H. ffi. Weltz. Mrs. gets the Impression J'
Mrs. that the
assisted by Mrs E E Driggers, Sub-topics presented at Moaday" :
es M. Dick. Mrs. Barry Wlm- lots were so eager they couldn't, "Caged Fury"
Mrs J D' Fann Mrs John D meeting were "When Feel-
Mrs. H. 8. Bowden. Mrs. P. wait for the (proper month tot' Woodard and Mr George Hauser ings Are Hurt," given by Mrs. J. Life and Death in the Big Too

her and Mrs. Vincent Dix- Santa's arrival, perhaps we'd better y. Harn, and "Learning to De- with y'

The latter two will be In explain. Young Matrons BibleGroup cide," discussed by Mrs A. B. Richard Denning, Sheila Bran
Buster Crabbe, Mary B. tingle* +
Irge! of the bridge ,games. The early Christmas party was Hider. The first topic concerned

I for the 'benefit of youngsters who Hears Talk l y ExVenetianMrs. younger children' while the latter NEWS, CARTOON. SHORTS

live In Europe and other far-off Clyde Hlgel. Palm Haven dealt with the adolescent group n

yes.y lands. The local children brought cottages, was hostess Tuesday I Following the talks Mrs. Suter Sunday and !MondayOct. I

Ufa ., new toys and some of their own evening to the Young Matrons .I. led the members in a general dis 31 Nov. 1

good playthings to the party Bible cussion.
Study Croup "The Iron Curtafn"Red I
T.iese will be packed and sent to '
About 18 women I A social hour followed the stu-
were present Spies In Canada
the Baptist World Center New
> dy period and the hostess served I
to hear a talk by Mrs. WlllfamDarnlel ] airing
Orleans, for shipment overseas so : refreshment '. '
of Sarasota, a fo.rner I The next meetingIs Dana Andrew Gene Tleiurr I
that foreign boys and girls will
resident of Venice. planned for the evening of
receive them by Dec 25 LATEST WORLD NEWS
Nov. 8 and will also be held at
The group, which mets the
The Sunbeams have also contributed Mrs. Suter's home. Topics for
WORDS'I fourth Tuesday of each month, Tiwu. \\>d. ThuM.
money for holiday can study will be "Le son TrouVe"
love you" Why non-sectarian.! Women of all Nov. 2-3-4
dy, etc, which has already been and "Are They Really Drifting"
fellow forget tosay
docs a denominations Invited at-
are to
them after he's sent abroad.At tend. Members present In additionto "Out of The Past"

been married a while? Tue day'. party. Mr: those mentionedeje Mrs Detective Diama
, You do love your wife.don't Tuesday was' also Mrs. Hlgel
Thompson had a facsimile of a Barry WImbish Mrs C. R, with
you? Well then [birthday, so the enjoyed Ice :
Robert :Mltchum Jane Grrcr
Chilstmas tree with
say those three ''Ittle decorated Mrs. Al Slcgrlst, Mis. Ben"'j
cream and birthday cake follow-
words and give her ornaments with an angel on top Morem n, W P. Hayes MUSICAL SHORT SUBJECT I
ing the study cession.
srmethlnj to remember The meaning of the holiday was Suter. ._..
them by rorn.-
thing from Knowles.1Afors ) Mr. and Mrs, Louis W. Everett
that will 2633 -Sarasota2529 who have resided at the Venice

trlrg Iladlen: back her the heart honeymoon and- Phones Bay Trailer Park since movrtU PLAZA A N I S IIREfrrAURANT

sparkle to her Vie 20 months ago from L'nn.

Ambulance Ohio, have bought the house fo1-
evesKNOWLES merly owned by M-s Cera B.

Service Nelbarger at 920 G!ove'and' Av. I

JEWELERS I Moving Into the hois? wth! them I

rnst Offlre trade i Day or Night are theft daughters Sue Ain und I NOW OPEN a j

I Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON! Jill. Mrs. Neibartter I is returning
I to her home In Oho and will bj

I driven there this week by Mr an1 259 W. 7thSt. SARASOTA j

L Mrs. John Shockey. who will return -
d Funeral Home
In about two weeks. 'fI

"The American Why Is The Two Party Way" 1!4


Vote Republican I i :

Charles w. Mead'I I

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For Sheriff of Sarasota Co.. t


A relentless campaign (o keep I A policy of courteous enforcementteen

tigers out of the taverns.. of the law.A .


businessman and lawyer for a bnmcuNie administration of a legal office. CHARLES W. MEAD was Police Judge in the Chicago -

district, Illinois;and i. fully qualified to administer the duties of S eriff. He is married' and lives with his wife and four children

in Sarasota County and is engaged in the hotel business here.



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Ala 1,1111 TfRS Ale API'AO'tVoIA"1O.f
:.2QOOO Species Of' :meeSnI" IN
eCONOMIC "Awe 'N Magill C_
LEAONNG SPfC.8' Of tXtsMERClill _

Published every Friday. Editorial and business office 313 West IIIL TUAAL pew4
Venice A'rnue.'rnlre.. Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131.

Entered at iecono-elaa! matter June 6, 1946, at the pod office CROPa To Die Editor
U Vtnice Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Vomits Gondolier

Ur .
Subscription rateit One year, $2.50 six months, Sl.SOs three amend 7n.litUUoII wt.*) are ta ""T"'' <
months 75e. Classified advertising rates 2 cents per word, first 20 beat ruuu to Tallahastr;\ fruit .. :
.. -, ., t back by h'LvS
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adequate ::1 .n I": b

The ElectionWith wa.l .. UTocat, Inml'm .
of populatkii, with JKkllI1taM;
I H.t. Pmaeuln on the a
only three days left before the general election Irv 7atft" ha_M* in the canter ? ant
? The State Bar A
the editor of the Gondolier is tempted 1 lo don his / learn of Miami and 'rot kd vi M OIl Dm
civic leaden I.
or.iole's cap and spout forth some priceless pearls of wis vine the constitution mullm ii.", 'its,? .1111.eaten..,I II

dom. Meaning that is his chance throw they art being Impulnl' In their if
now to his weight at almost every turn h; watt FIorit.

:roi"id In telling his readers the importance of voting, tending(meaning west) that ixminn rot ol the IIIIt
1 A NEW (SlftMT AMONG 1H6 GREAT Ft tlUJ the
UK. to vote for and who is River. Wiat is afraid 01
going to win the national, AMERICAN iMCWTRifS IS Mii7CRtStraFt7tr of the coiutilutli.il athai >

Mate: and county offices that at stake. ( .... ACCORD' e6 1t) SuRI.'S It might carry a pruvkk0 ftr
AUM&I A'ANV, reycsomwd.. THE QI1'LIII fIoI PRI.wTt eNTsRVRrsnIrlitLES the capitol to some .,,,
We going to that hOwrer.'e wit Of TRVttep Wrnl ANP,7He GOllfEtoI1 Will ctowrL'A located for kday' pq..lanMy | ,,.
are pass up luxury, Way enut5NOl "CA vale wwP REACH .1" THE 04AGNV-PONIAW f.VEIlIl igniiient U t., darns; :ftt

know it is one of the most cherished privileges of the 1p Ruse WRIER waa7ER.aontls CWTawb CAIE6o y/ menu 11 to Ii.be tU voted Hie UIHan t.; -.ham ue!K.are. l Iocol,

newspaper: craft this playing "Great White Father" each' suture. .I.lInp the counts: re k
cle. Bruward, Volufln.I I Indln i_ .
election > ear. We' also know it is a service to the reader i- rauibia.the My diMu?li.n kill thmtm ,
with six
unwnhiwu, ,
for newsmen are generally in a better portion than RESISTANTBRUUN are statewide In Ih ,r n>plic:: therefore irfect SariiMMii Cotintr.
ordinary citizens to know the truth behind the chirm (...olrnr: Tales
Amendment No. I
and counter-chims; made by politicians :and their cohorts. that .11' ,.lun take ,hitance l_, ,
v.wl entirely for Mobs:>. sires ad,
But frankly, we dan't think it necessary; or :a iv:;.thlc in port purpown or Ionic that Liar I
.%>: .' Af' issued for tame. Thl. annnjnwtimi
our case. QWRp: : W't.tt,. : ,*"" its I.e.0) be t coed; unr 1M
i It sounds god,
cause tmbrouited
To begin with, we publish the Gondolier with the I : : :4: are lik.l> u, a.k,pt(WOW IL roe j
:: : fret of iU ldt.pti.in ..,old be to ,
assumption that it is read primarily: ;. intelligent people i i \ { -1 cripple the eduiatioi al svtt.en of hAt
.'. ?' ''> I' & present, oni cent ..f the i itu wtk
And since only dopes need to be told how important it tOe' } eV ,' lax |er gallon .. split lineal i

is to vote we can skip that. In the second place: we are ; 1.-..yf :' '';, ,'. Hate* Fluriria general This revenue one fund ant mil now UKi

nol well enough acquainted witl most of the candidates over 16.000.0Ub. with rklf soles t.
: : revenue and halt0) .h.oli.. II
national, state and county to give :authoritative: L.1. by PAUL M. BRUUNNext the from amendment the general world rv.wue 1 tntr and ih.

evaluations of their qualifications or intentions. .\nd as to Communists. I iiaie nypocrltey most into the utter category funds and add II tu the tau cents tosaide
to retire existing m.n'v ml k
for predictions, our oracular powers meaning our "in 1 am forced to place THOSE NORTHERNERS who hue recently Trio residue would be divided Wave
been SCREAMING LOUDLY about Civil Rights. E'.ate Road Lipurtnu Nei the
side knowledge" :are no greater than those of the ordinary on an Hu-20 biuis. It Would Wlorili
1 high school
I was born In the north-Ohltx went to grade school the holders uf roii.l Lnum and pal
: citi/en. stand to college In Ohio and Indiana. Was 19 before 1 ever saw any the state Hillhnat' ILivitnvM, M ton
schools and l '. II
the M' xr
Does this mean we have no preferences or opinionson part of the South so when you call me a Yankee I won't protesttoo new t..M would rtie to be duel I
loudly. schools I and ctmral rocnm A vac
the candidates and issues up for decision ? Well not the amendment U a \<'W for new tea
But I DON'T profess one brand of Civil Rights and practice and nobody know< stet form tlmAmeniinent
entirely. But all we're going to say :about them is that another like the Northern advocates of Civil Rights have just proven take.
No. I I'roude. f l I
we believe the best men and women should be elected to me that they are guilty of. ante of bond by rountiw for ".ho.! k
and Let's get specific. In New York there Is a Negro member of the lnB. A. urulnallytcnool submitted b
don't think either
we has .
: party a monopoly on authotlllM to tl Itrdatum
this t city council. He sits with the other members, but please note, he amendment would hu," "pornlW
type person. | sits In the back row on the minority side, but there 1s ONLY ONE county achool bmiril U issue Mile, !
against the nm.al capital i
seat In the back row. NowD' New Yqrk this Is beyond criticism, butIf ttfscalrs lay grant from the .t.ir. Itlwut ..

Constitutional: Amendments'While this were true In Florida, Floridians would be guilty of Jim \I.... However, the kvilatur., Consent thit b
tY and has submitted it in i for*
.f Crowlsm, of practising discrimination, and these same New Yorkers to accomplish alhID" ben.reul.Is l
of the in want for the South, Civil Rights. wc..rdm U. sa,r.wil; autl.-. ""ached M I
r/ most emphasis Tuesday's elections farther limit the ability "f the
While In New York 1 lived In the Essex House. 1 watched continuously horitlei to provde a.luUH'-| Villdinl I Ii

will he on the races for various offices every voter in and didn't find a Negro guest In the hotel. In New York. the children and.. hinderlion 0404firs .. <'

Florida will have an opportunity to express approval 1 was told. New Yorkers practice Civil Rights hut 1 failed to find overloaded at a time ao hin ld.our.+**elflIn,. .
or disapproval: of 11 amendments to the state constitu out WHERE. Had dinner In the swank El Mu ceo and walked the of considered brine expanded worthle. This Toot schwk" ""

tion. length and breadth of the place. Here they not only have to know whir do ..<4 ....1 ItI'o.t
your color they have to know bank balance. RespiurtionsentAmendment
your any outline
The last five of these amendments local No. S pruvnk
are in nature : Negroes dining there when I was there? NO. anon of two new t\oo1oolu"RI'S1SsSSfH'w, '",

! and affect only the counties ot St. Lucie Broward The Versailles restaurant had what was reported to be the SWANK F

Voltisia, Pinellas :and Escambia. Hence it doesn't mat
ter too much what Sarasota County voters. do about that ONLY white patron were present. SSSaHSi.SSSljSfsi...

them. But the first six are of vital importance to the: Northerners scream that there should be an antl-lynchlng l>w. The
first Negro lynching I ever knew of took place In Coshocton. Ohio. A.
entire and should receive the most '
state thoughtful consideration limb of a maple tree on the courthouse lawn was used. Yes. this was

of all residents of this and other parts of in the North, yet the tree and the limb were pointed out to vIsitors had On courage Ui ark them cuniltu to

Florida. for years, and WITHOUT shame. tion in tompl'anca' With thin I.. ....Ioa:
during a
Because these amendments are written in leg:t When I was a young fellow at home, a Negro shot a clghtwatch- s they '"Wto due .... 'lot ..

man. NOBODY worked the next day, the territory was scoured bybands special session .nd Iomll.d..... tIae.nest
language on the ballots, they are difficult to understand\ of men, men whose chief equipment, besides their hunting guns that di k.T. 1."i.lollIe Aftrt' emerged

To eliminate this difficulty the Gondolier is printing a was a con of rope. Now there are no mountains In this area within South Florida gamins 100 we am'-..hour \I

plain-language: discussion of each amendment in the 100 miles of Lake Erie, 10 these men DIDN'T have this rope with had based more upon than pol.olata.n twice that \'h.t,,they? 1 r.

them to aide them In climbing mountains. WHY 13 THERE A DIF anbmlued adopt Soulh Morj and j..
"People Speak" column on this page. The author of fur II w. h.buthiFlorida we bIt
one .
get w'
the discussion is Judge Thomas W. Butler, a Sarasota: in what Is referred to as the North that makes them f" '''r- the chances are thai o.ht.r.- ...m.IhtI

:attorney and former state representative from Charlotte ent from those men who occasionally go MAN-HUNTING In the will be Florida just lake The:thin- ;'.one\;: ''nb" eion
; I sit
County. South? and II k aamendment

I can tell you what the difference 1s, It U political. In my home a population fur South hoots F'hdnda. Whot
His words are worth reading. DNA
town, where the roofs are peaked to shed the snow, the Negroes used a real .pporliur".nl

huddle In the left rear pf the town's only movie house. But in Florida Istaca Amendment basis. Naibe r.wars for member I.

New C of C Secretary the Negroes have their own theatres, so Florida Is denying the Negro Inv the Legislature from :' the I we dal..tt. II ll

his CIVIL RIGHTS. There, they all live on one street In a designated paT day. while they're -vrinrr.ag..r'VM ,- *

area, don't venture out of It too often, have their own churches. uf j
Appearing almost insurmountable last week, the New York's cents.::'a"1 1
mayor Bill O'Dwyer and 1 talked about the deplora present a Kemberi nanoload the ;
prohlem of replacing B. E. "Sarge" Bowen as secretary ble conditions In the Negro sections of that great city and he regretted to SS per dn bark during" in 1,01 h*

of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce is now I that It was VOTE.SEEKING politicians who are responsible for the constitution That was enough was adopted. for no.thee. aut"86 !

,really: simplified.Five Importations to N. Y. of the many Negroes who make these conditions aqul..t all recognize(a that UO 0'now mor.lu.b -
so critical. new astas:
candidates four of them of Is amuse inadequateit for
private Soon
Efforts to STOP for c
relief more
to everybody In New much or n..tiull
York who BAD NOT such nmye,
means willing to serve without were proposed Und there two I and was r es
pay years was blocked by pollUclans. fee. the 'same not "even begin to PI) d s ? "
at Monday director's politicians who took the Consequently only the well-tu d .( *
meeting. And a choice is Negroes from the Sooth to the North for make m"nsf vu
Delta aspect v> | i
to be made voting purposes were willing to drain the can afford wc sat
next Monday at another special meeting, to city's resources for selfish way they vote If wf :
i gains. These goad amendment\ !
politicians did This la a *
have to
the '
which the N groc* Int.r..*- honest '
general membership is invited. heart or they would HOT have moved at attract good Wi W"P.ld rt ifa'Ith.I
them from _Itlon.
the portant
land where
The Gondolier feels that any one of the candidate at least, when thing were tough the Negro had a chance to keep expand aa.lalelf". Article for s

would be an asset' to the community PROVIDED. "um. X....a......t No. i Pro"Idea o. Any

4i The proviso is that the chosen person is given adequate Yes. 1 have a suspicion that those who are so loudly screaming for vision bar ot auLJar the te eoiwtltuw"instead of only''*tmatine *.II
Civil Rights for,the Bulb .
Negroes In the South f.. na.nl. It ir ..
= are doing at ?
so with their
cooperation and fREEDOM TO 'USE HIS OWN cocked for votes. NOT because they are invested ears Watun Ie preps.;.the(!;Tir: *' 1
In the
JUDGMENT in putting on whatever programs the directors giving the Negro any more freedom than U his In South onset eoastiWtlon to any. nut says t Utaeeao"

should Civil Right should be sacred word .boideat' than rammist Of more toevkta of It
approve. They sow ..
a t TM esnatltutlon "
We shall have more to say about this last point in of Insincere to mea.everywhere hypocritical: :, not Politicians be made meaningless by the mouthlags ticks operates Bad.f seer this. too._-Ion.d..t tltutaot II to
1J the future. infest tip glorious laid ulOfhaattIJ Ilk-lice, ,. way to nviN our Page Nine l

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Pace Seven


Republican .CandidatesVote {

for All Wherever You Live in Sarasota CountyFor


W.: S. Telford Jr. Amos E. Hall
Edwin F. McCann Sara A. GernhardFOR ;r
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A clean.cut young war veteran When elect Justice
with you a of the Pear.
splendid record and member ot It all depends at BlO N. Ornnre Ave Resident Lives at 411 Hillvlewve. Has two
prominent on the whether or Sarasota
man for
E. )'OUe.t. a number of years since bildren attending Sarasota schooln VM
aid Sarasota family. In reel\ estate amt a public nuisance and racket nr a retiring from business in Hartford Conned been very active In Parent-Teachers Association
Insurance bu lnem. Graduate Shattuclt real 'poor man'i court. Amos Hall I'vw and operated large buiinwi; stale and member of permanent
Academy end loomi Intitule 8 at 22! Pine Street Sarasota director Restaurant Association if Cnnn Health Committee Sonthslde School P.T,AMm .
years HI Lived In Veteran
DEWEYFor World War I with 7Mh Dlvl.lnn. Gernhard Is a young woman actively
I Institute Technology Su. Florida many years. Graduate Ford Train Active In Sarasota Buy Post No. SO. if interested In community nlfiirs Merliber
pervisor of North Carolina Shipbuilding Schools. Detroit In mechanical engineer the American Lesion and Chairman Child of Girl Scout Committee Brownie Troop
(o. Served In war with 1.2nd Alrb..rne in Inlt'. and supnvlior of sales Ford Motor Welfare V.F.W. Mr McCann Is an Hk 7. She is a graduate of the Hathaway
and also a member of 40 and 8.
Very Brown School Cleveland Ohio and attended
of Bulge and Co. Own. several
German surrender filling stations In Bar- widely known and respected in Saratota Junior College at Wcllmley Mass 1
Decoration Bronze Star D'itch Order of .."t.. Born In Illinois, where he was well for philanthropic activities Mr McCan I Graduate Child Walker School of Fine
William FInch FourragenMember known In Rptblican activities In S.r.i- regards public office a. a sacred truKtItnows I Art, Boston. Mass Has been active in
purchasing and personnel andstarting Women. Clubs and Church work Com. 6
Sarasota Junior iota he ha been .
Chamber of Comm..... active In Junior Chum.ber from nrratch built up his own ft..nt to deal with educational problemsand { l
a Son of American Revolution Young Re. of Commerce, Lions Club Fagles business to $125011(10 a year No ono believes strongly In Improved teih.
0 publican Club Va hitch seme of pub!a .lc. During World War 11 served In Ordnance questions Mr. MrCann Integrity nr busi. piques In grammar school a 'Irm foundation
service .nd'will consult with citizens on Dirsrtmcnt. U. S. Army A riponsihle .. net capacity Exactly the type of commissioner in reading. willing, writing and i
.II legislative problems we nwd He knows how to arithmetic Fewer fads and fancies and
forthright platform In Offers definite businessmen and civic leader, sharpen the ninrll and we need real thrift more basic Inslruitlot, are Mrs C.rn.hard' -
en-commit Sarasota biislnm, public Interest UK Mr. Hall will not run speed traps or amoney In county ministration( spending overa principle for the I SK.000.00 we
man shams; collection
agency S.OOO.O" a year.Francis arc spending for our county schools.

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Live .t Oulfmead Inn, Struts Kov

" Owner of this property and fur years a Waiter lives .t 241 South N..n Ha owned his home since 1942 on Siesta Mrs Reach li-es at 89(1 N. Gulf Ftrcam
EARL .ub>tanti.l business man In Sarasota and Street, Vcniie He ii an old time resident Key Veteran World War I. Commanding Ave She has been widely Known by Sara

.n expert In attracting tourist traile and owns bin own home Born In Artillery Regiment Graduate sola youth for years a. a I leader In church
Institute Technology Former
Large hotel operator Former Jiulro inGlenview Sweden cam to America in 1846 Nationally presiili corporation manufacturing and school work with Jivenlles M,... I

WARREN District, Chicago, 111. Law>er prominent In .hotel and restaurant and Installing own Invention Years of Reach w. born Jn New York On staff of
and buslnenman The office of Sheriff !I.a I. business also managed hotels at Captive experience In construction engineering. Brooklyn Time Well known resident of
admlnUtratlon Mr. Baldwin Is
0 law office, and demands Integrity, nativity Island. Florida and Honila Springs FlorIda business ; Is Long Island hire her children went to
highly respected In Sarasota County
..wOrd sense of public interest and also Mr. Wntrr is a Ma*.n and an Elk. active and personable. with splendid ba,k- schMil Active In musical and Little Theatre t
knowledge of the law M,. Mead la araltackeU ,t Han never held public offke Strongly endorses ground Like other Republican candidate movements Travelled In Europe mid
0 and especially the corrupt bol ta Idea of "no speed trap _no, collect Mr. Baldwin represents hlvhent type of South America Took active part in es-
candidate hitherto not available In Sarasota
or number game Mead will make a ion agency" In conduct of Justice .>f for public service to our fellow citisen. nblhhment of NsMown Day Nursery
I splendid. incorruptible law officer for Tenet office Mr. Wentir l I. type ot the .. 158100000 a year is what the and contributed greatly! to Its present position e
Ids Separate County the type of Sheriff we sturdy adopted wn who him contributedto bounty is spending and commissioners a. a sociological factor In Sarasota
need badly I Mr Mend Is a member of tin Finery and M.Cllnn will
aDu Sarasota County Chamber of Commerce. the upbuilding of this ountry Hal do like an Baldwin efficient Job for the county Instead life, Leads senior class In church school
Ie married and ha four children In Sara- made hi. own way and has no use forrackets. of the bungling of Past years at the taw Well equipped to dial with moral and educational -
seta Count Schools Endorsed by g...d TW Venice District can um a elements ir child training
alN expense.
.11i..n. lrre.pe.tlve of party man, like thin


William B. FinneyFOR Ruth M. Rowland
H. M. "Duke" Porter




n on NOV. 2


For Your Democrat friend, like glow

to Congressman Peterson, or t

GovernorBERT Wynne. Justice Higerman

H unopposed,
Ashby, ftc., mho
h.to. will' be elected It l he gets one I

vote. All Democrat candidates

n we have not filed against are ,, ,

''In..' Their friends appreciatethat >
we Bepubliians are recognizing -

der tie their past good service In Lives at 112 Datura Street Owns and I Lives at 252 West 26th St Retired Chi- lives at 219 Fetcher Ave. Resident for

local affair But VOTE for operates his own business in Sarasota caw bii"me .nian with national experience mere than 10 ,....*. Mr. and Mrs 'Rowland
LEIGH for Qualifications far above those usually In finance. business. public relations have I had one son graduate from
Republican "Eleven, t niv.r our found In a candidate' who runs for Con- > i.rialuate m.jor. infantry). Former Sarasota High School Born of miolonarypartnta
World War 1 (
t It's not only' a "good table He will give this office a dignity I president own business and director two In India. Educated In Chicanoschools ;

ACKER but Is the' ONLY WAYto that It has heretofore lucked Mr Portergraduated bsnks. Qualified In economics and admin- and Kalamazoo Coli"" .. Served as i

support the Two-Party SyStem from the University of Idaho. Wratlcn businessmen EndfTwd of all by parties prominent Will Sarasota devote Yeomanettn In U. S. Navy, World War 1\

Sara ota. If you wantIt He was In the general office of Armour full time. keep office hours, has nothing : I. I years in U, 8. Government Personnel'
a In ft Co when he moved to Sarasota Member to beg borrow or steal from the county Service at Wanhington. D. C. Mrs 'Rowland -
YOU vote It by voting. Junior Chamber of Commerce | mar Offers honest. Intelligent public spirited la actively Interested In church and

ell REPUBLICAN, rled two ctnhlrenl partner In Wink Products for service large Has corporations handled trillions auccessfuHy of dollars and lathe musical societies and sings in choir A .

Co. Mr Porter, like an the Ropub. type of business executive needed to type of wlfo and mother and businesswoman
Md lican" candidates, represents a high level protect to".)..,'. money Believes In full! combined who Is especially fitted
Sarasota County of citizenship, education and business cooperation with city in taxation, hospital for the School Board In World War 11
n sw Executive CommitteePaid and other matters A man with big I under Civil Service at Sarasota Army
Republican ability so sadly absent In Sarasota political business experience needed for Sarasota Airfield Bus aa Payroll Sipervisort laterat
candidates during the 'One Party County which owes nearly IS.000.000.00 In Venice Air Base and In County Tax
e ?)stern" that has prevailed principal and" l .000.000.00 In Intercut. I Collector office'o""H. ,

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ifrlday October ''
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Keep the Same GOOD Government

that Served You in War. and Peace :

Vote Democratic :I

On November 2


Elect Your Friends and NeighborsCANDIDATES ,

County Commissioner District No. 1
Legislature Group 1
Governor John L. Iloule
Jerry Collins .. -
County Commissioner District No.3
Legislature Group 2
Jas. A. (Jim) Haley W. L. (Bill) WoodardClerk

County Commissioner District No. 5
of Circuit Court
W. A. (Bill) Wynne Y W. C. McLeod

Circuit Judge 12th Judicial District School Board District No. 2'
W. T.. Harrison Mrs Tom Butler

Circuit Judge 12th Judicial District s School Board District No. 4
Lynn Gerald Hampton A. Moore

State's Attorney School Board District No. 5
11'.M. (Mack) Smiley FULLER WARREN William H.. (Bill) Coe

Tax Collector Supervisor of Registration
(Miss) Charlie Hagerman W. T. (Bill) Dixon

Tax Assessor County School SuperintendentVerman
Glover E. Ashby Kimbrough '
Sheriff Justice of the Peace District No. 1
B. D. (Doug) Pearson L. W., (Roy) Lutz

County Judge Justice of the Peace District No. 2
John D. Justice. Hiram R: Ide

County Prosecuting Attorney Constable J.P. District No. 1
Lamar B. Dozier ,. Archie H. Campbell.


' 7,241 Registered Sarasota, County Democrats Nominated These Candidates oh May 5

t ONLY YOU Can Keep that Majority Strong on NOVEMBER' 2''

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, oil with tb* 'A n' I eenta a word for time I i

lyment. vartimisrAa.Promptly.will 10 lional war.*SB,word I cenla.osm* each Mintaaicharire. ad &


COMPUTE FORD FERGUSON truck loader. 1.4 I I
I SERVICE yd bucket Like new, 1160. C. Harold 1014 HARLKY-DAV1DSON (4S) akaturcycle -
| nAL ESTATE Batas Phone Venire 1S90. SCHOOL Girl wants julio ai ROOM. In private home private en. See Jud Curwoort. Tnbby Apta
Ubr-aitUr. Phone 1C01, Ask for Jinx. tranne i double bed. connecting bath i .1_ I "
Rentals GERMAN-MADE I"....... Kodak. trio heater no l" ... Ira, Rhuda Mare HOUSE TRAILER. aieepa *>''r v-
L tlna miniature camera with Schneider Ke-. GENERAL HAULING and conuactlnv 7S1 Grovetand ,he. Phone Ml 4. i, led> ..... Mont sacrifice for quick caaaj
tM FORT MYERS AREA and6OUTHWEST S I Yard work. Park Phone SSSK.I .
less In Compur ahutter Also Muck fill dirt, shell aand tale Ahtor Trailer
FLORIDA Mod.to Ml- Pete Edge. Phone SOIL N
beautiful riverfront MUM outfit Speed Fla.li condition.. for entire : I I S4MNG8 for our rlendal Lewd-
I : Both In
Oaetal locations including Improv- to hale pay for good lamer being sold IF INTERESTED la food masonry The People Speak Ing record company announced k avow
TinlinprovK) tropical tol.ndm. teach See Pete pree -trpe ramera. either brick or block work call J. K. Hill in trice on ilamical and popalac a--
J .s. fishing Iodll'''. setups.bualMeeKi Conover at Gondolier office. Venice 23'74.CONCRETE. (Continued from Page Slxi rhildren'a records on Nov. (. Do- peat 1
,t. fit Income Includeourta Christmas record buying before this. data.
trailer eampa, bet l., t OUTBOARD MOTOR S. I 1-1 h p. WORK and trucking Louis : Alpha Music Shop. Vtnice
: :ranches; farina and mm Waterwltch. 190.00 each FOG Charles' Adorjaa. Phone Veeioe 2666. amending a. much aa an entire articleat
\ and small tracts of land A Gadd. Phone 1755 a time embracing any number of MOtinni.
rental lervk < Send far tree DO IOU. WIN FRIENDS EASILY? Instead of amending II section by NEED PRINTING A.
1/ 'the< folders and: inapt of this tmp-: S-WHEEL TRAILER hard-wood body, I Maybe i on re a natural .11...-..... Therea section aa m have to do n"w. West Fair Phone THE OONDOLIEK;,
: ttIoD, new paint. See at Rican Earl Pure Oil rood money in all year part.time selling lila, which conlrolii be Florida Itglilf" .
station If toil represent Avon Cuametica. Training tare. will ant rink an entire revision '0' Venice 313L.
: gjvi-n. Quick Christmas sales now they are afraid of .losing the .."Itnl. Rut
I reoTT REALTY INVESTMENTS CE AUTOMATIC Write Miss Taylor, Box 2U2S Ft. Myera, they will rink amending It article bv ar t
Street Fart afrara, Florida be attached to Player. Can Fla. t'rle for they could prevent any article
|lnl any ratio. Phone 2041 ROOFINGI
being submitted" which provided ror.
I Inrythln In Real Eatate" ditionUFED Space. prodded for recorda Excellent con REPAIRING lawn mower, stoves change of the capitol It I. a Rood ameml- I Work of All Kinds Y
I the USUAL and UNUSUAL I wishing sewing machirea, sharpening went ,
FURNITURE all .. V.n. sows and toula C. A. Lamb off the Trail' Amendment No < would permit Matt l ALVIN P. JONES J
Ice Trading Port 297 at Snug Harbor. of the Stet* Supreme Court and our .'Ir. Phones Bus. 2873 y
W. Miami Home 29tl
ARABLE SELECTION of *<...n.... phone 2602MSTRALIAN Avenue I cult courts to retire Instead of ....Ilfnint.It .
,mtlal sites In city of Venice would not increase theii eopinmuntlon '"
I ... If Interested. suggest roil in, PINES far ule Any which' they now get upon resigning after
ou Addre Bon 88. Venice Fla. else, any amount Five cents each. See C. of C. j having nerved for 20 years or mor. It
Carl Obendorf at Venetian Cleaner. will, limply make their services avsllnhlc FOR QUICK, RELIABLE
HOUSE frame to the pmiili when they are called
pOll eoniotructlon.ra upon SERVICE. CALL
lots in Nok_ 12.100. Aim TWO 1941 Dump Trucks Chevrolet and Continued from Page One) : by the cHi-f htntlce or the -enlor clnintjuilre
nr lot in Bay Point Telephone Ford, also 1946 Ford straight truck will m the ease may be Thin h a ".....1 I Iamcntmrnt
I land it Venice 2S5JPTARE fell or trade. Cull Louis Ailorjan, 7.61.1 membership dues and the question Won't runt tin nrythinp VenicePlumbing
and a mired judge could pinch hit when
of whether to move th needed
; Shop
white frame Cape Cod cotters chamber headquarters from the Box t4, Venice Phone 2153
$'W to (3400 including big lot linrarota i
s it Huwthornt and Tattle Ave TO BE NICE Civic Center to Its former location :

o'i the Tamiainl Tiall.

BEtTy \0lr. PFRFI'ME Wants Dues Raised WELCOME BACK
FOR SALE OR RENT Box 75, Laurel Florida Phone SI'2

The dues situation was broughtup
Earl Cottrell Paul Nave i' Winter Residents Glad to See You
W APARTMENT new furnitursE P-D-Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING by Robert S Baynard of the
irfnuer.tor Pithroom newly Modern .
LG pumping equipment Work
,.... F. 0. Friend. Enitlewood. Inlit Phone Sarasota 81-20 or Venice Venice Land Co., who declared FOR
rod office or grocery (store S601.
h many people Join the chamber ONE DAY LAUNDRY SERVICE

for too little money," He pointed -

j out that he many times had Phone 3385
Close Saturdays at OneH.
:been forced to pay chamber ex-
Englewood Automatic
I Ipcnses out of his own pocket and Laundry

'!suggested a dues scale that would

Increase with the size of the film "Family Bundle Our Special: !) i

N. WIMMERS Realtor : contilbutlng. He also proposedthat

PENINSULAR .TEUEI'HOVE CO. a pledge cud system be


WESTERN UNION No decision was reached. Beau- Ready ARE YOU SELLING your
house, a lot or your farm? V I'
secretarial candidate
dry the only
Your so yon may be called upon for
present held a fixed dues ) .
| Western Union Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 to 12 am. an abstract.
scale should be retained and ex-

tra contnbutlons asked (ions bus- ARE YOU BUYING a house

Inesses aided by specific chamber ooluY let or farm? If so, be sure you

f receive an abstract or title In-
programs. ,

J The question of transferring "uraiice

KING the chamber headquarters, long COME IN and we shall be
I a source of controversy among glad to explain why }.oti need Ii

I the directors was reopened by an abstract or title insurance.

President Haines with the explanation L .i .
"We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"
that numerous Abstract
I Companyof
had requested it. The move

was supported by Baynard Mayor .
I Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. Myers Louis Suter and ethers but Sarasota
was opposed by City Council Ben J. Demon. President
President H S Bowden.: The pro- TrirPHOVra ilia and llil US SIXTH STREET

ponents held the former location

attracted more visitors whlla tVVr4444dl4Jf.f4t4Nf'ft' "' f44 44''E44444ditfat444 iO5 '

First Time Offered. Bowden pointed out facilities When You Want A Plumber Bad

were better in the Civic Center.A .

decision was postponed tin 11 Be Sure That He Is GOOD

The only available waterfront lots In this exclusive committee could report on wbrt Dependable Plumbing

section with views overlooking both beautiful Dona and terms could be worked out with
Venice Bays. Contracting RepairingFull
of the former location
the owner
This Is connecting: l land between Enchanted Isles and a small building at Venice Ay. Line Fixtures and Materials

Point O' Palma Estate, located on Sunrise Drive in and the Trail. It was also suggested Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings

Nokomis. Lots ire restricted to minimums of 100 ft.. of that as a compromise: the LET US FIGURE TOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN

waterfront and 200 ft. In depth. headquarters could be kept In the I JOSSART PLUMBING CO.Venice

High land County Taxes only RIarlan; rights Civic Center and an orancre Juice .

and Title Insured. Uniform setbacks to preserve the Trail and Day Phone Florida Nh Phone
beauty stand opened on the 'S601 !5t2
of the views. manned by chamber employees. lat.e.rdpara aa.atru..ra.a,.... I#.>>.trar...a,.

Only 1100 ft. available. See your local broker or call

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Phone Venice 2731

"Dress Up"




MOWING of Lots .



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'i', 2151.

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Ten __ I obu

Exhibition Bowler, Stan ,fw** ne'WedaesdlyrataaGulf

Bowlakade Surprise Upsets Mark I Cover Solves With Glory t Wg&J .U-star Station,4 loins Thk 0 1.1.,

Two "Venice Bowlers.. "'Ant.boniDyseve tosses. Details oj title &lid
Team Standings and Joe tfosaart. were not available. ga

Men's Matches members of a hand-picked .6&r.-
sota squad that defeated a star
W L TI' Gal
Anility O' ._ .__ Ii 6 117561S6IH Tampa team Sunday afternoonat Keglers'Normal1 ]
f nRlewoud Merchants II T Bowladromc.The .
the Sarasota
Venice ElMtrirJu __ 11 T 11(76 Things got back tq
.uart Plumbing u. 9 a IJ714Vrnirt Competition In the Venice Sarasota bunch rolled a D
I normal
AdorJan Tru.k..oo. 6 12521l'arl'a Men's Bowling League got still Civic Center Use being sorts 0nMZ|
of 2863, while the
; : Caraec '. "" T 11 16701 total pin score In the Venice
._.____ hotter this week. Women's
Venice loud T 11 1x167
{ Venice Furniture o. Ii 1882.JIIE'I Planned at Meet Tampans got only 2811. League this week.
Although It managed to hold 'local
the Venice
Another group
"B LIU.I: ;
its place as league leader by virtue league-leading V
tv L the winter Merchants "All Stars, also covered -
for !sea Electric
rare,n'a Fuel ____________-.._ 6 U of previous victories, theSmitty's Preparing with this Petticoats, after it
F.ndioJ ..._ _____n_.__ 11 I son, representatives of 12 local themselves glory last ,week caught fire ]
ti J Ami.R ... .. _______-_ 1 6 Tavern aggregation was week. agars
:>ll I'torm1 .._......-_ U 0 finally dumped In its tracks at organizations met with membersof whipped Smitty's gals fibs I
They rose to the top of the
HOMLN LEtl.ltHutrlc the Bowlakade on Tuesday night. the Venice City Council Tues- Sarasota "All Star" League by 729 row. and Scores 794-771 Were 812.702.

I 'tv LVrnlce 1Trxacu The dumpers were the Engle- day night in the Civic Center and taking three games at the Bowl-
,,?,n --'_-:.:--'.:::.: 1'1 7h. I II wood Merchants. who made their drew up a tentative schedule for Lassies of Dyseven
I Club ___ ____._.__.._ T 1taan 'I
Y'M ..-. ..00- ....----..-- T it intentions clear early in the con- use of the center by local organ- who moved into second plea
,i __-<.1- 1 ISM test. Although the battle was I<: Ruth Kuykendall) and a third person week, also kept up the gooim
11 close, the Merchant took the The schedule calls for Girl will form a committee to look They took three games from j

Nokomis Beach ReadyThe 'first t\vc :lames, 973 to 9C7 After Scouts to meet there once a week, Into the matter. "K" Club by scores ol 6

Nokomis Community Beach that they, went into a slump, with a definite clay to be decided Another meeting wilt be heldat 722-692 and 622-618

a gulf-front public beach arean scoring only 896 to their oppon- on later; Cub Scouts to meet the Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. Top game was a 169, mode

Treasure Island at the foot of ents' 906, but they had licked the there each Monday evening' and Nov. 16 to work out further pro- Ella Peter of the Electric ,

Albte Rd. h. is at last ready to top dogs anyhow. occasionally on other nights; Boy gram details. also had the best series, 461.

rconimcdate picnic: parties and Another SurpriseIn Scouts every Monday afternoon: -
tathers. I another surprise contest, the Lions Club on Nov. 4 and two to

ThHas announced: yesterdayby 'Jossarts Plumbing squad smacked five other night; during the season BESTVISHES

Mrs Charles McG Roberts, the Adorjan Truckers around ; Community Service Club to '
for three straight games. Thescores stage two concerts and two lec-
secretary of the Nckomis Beach For A Quick Recover
note 920-863. 976-887 and I tures )
Club. She said a barbecue pit has there during the season,
been completed, several tables :99I-91S: it ,was surprising because i with each coming on the third
the Adorjans were tied with two Thursday of the month, and ho-
benches have been Installed and Botts
drinking water facilities: will be other teams for second place, andJossarts I I tels and apartments to hold: George

available by next Monday or was in next to the bot- games for visitors there every

Tuesday, tom spot.And Saturday nIght. i

just to make the evening Arts Week Suggested From the New Managementof
downright astounding, the cellar
I Local churches will also select
TARPON hugging Venice Food lads man- nignts for special meetings there, The
aged to whip Venice! Furniture. the American Legion Auxi'iaryVill '
They did it, too. not'by
CENTERTide a narrow -
\ use it occasionally, and recreational -
margin, but by three
games activities will be staged
In a row. The score was 950-841, Venice Bowlakade
there under the direction of
Tables 961-863 and 949-879.
Coach Charles' Gadd of the Ven-
In the only other match of the
Ice-Nokomis High School. An
VENICE INLET evening, Venice Electric lost Its -oWe -
arts and crafts week was suggested -
Punta Rasa Correction) first game to Earl's Garage, but
for the first week in FebruaryIn
Hitch Lam managed to1n the contest by
Hope to Give Our Patrons
FrI.. Oct 21 10:51 a"n. 4:74:: am.r. taking the last Uvo Tallies were

.... (lit. 30 11 :09IVt p.m. 5:00 5:27; a.m.p.m.: 920-942, 968-865 and 930-920. a row Green's scores were 892,

Sun, 31 II 11:58:25 p.m.a m. .1:41:15 .p m. High score for the night ,was 962 and 898, while those of J & The Best in Bowling Serviceon
1 :niNiv p.m. .:Ok p.m.m. 214, rolled by Byron Jones of J were 876. 934 and 85J Venice
"on.. 1 1) :u p.m. T:0\ a.m. Venice Food. He also took
2:01 p m. ':31 p.m. Radio made 930, 926 and 988, as
'1".... Nov. 2 n:n 9 a.m. '.:47. m. series honors with 576."B" compared to Edmondson's 920,
1:01 p m. :49 I"m.
W<<1.l. IIOY. 3 12:39 a.m. R:33 a m. League 896 and 964
r 1:06: p m. 1:11(1t p.m. Standings in the Men's "B" Our ABC-Sanctioned Alleys
?bur.. Nov, 4 1 :0? a m. 21 a m. High score was a 200 rolled by
Fri, N.v. t League remained the same after
1:41 am. 10:11 a.m H P Kuykendall of Green's Fuel.
Monday: night's tolling, although
-0- High series was 490, amassed by
the won and lost totals were al- JOHN SHOCKEY Mgr. ERNIE PETER Lessee I
Live Bait Paul Larsen of Venice Radio ,
tered as another project. Gadd, Mss
T&kl Green's Fuel stayed on top by

,! 1- All Types of Boats --- I I straight beating games J & J and Aircraft Venice Radio three

III Available At Our Dorks remained in second place by tak-

ing Edmondson's Farms by three First Anniversary Dance

OFEdmondson -

t _, For The Season! Farms, Inc.


Your Venice-Nokomis-Englewood-Laurel-Osprey




I Saturday Night, October 30th

Have Your Property SPIC and SPAN for the Arrivalof

our Winter Visitors. A flesh coat of our Paints will

make everything look like new.Authorized Dancing From 8:30 On

Dealer for: Music By


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Better Living" Strictly Grade "A"

PAINT DURAFILM WALL PAINT Everyone InvitedAdjnissibn FreeWe
", In Paints" And VARNISH STAIN

:r For A Limited Time Free Gift With Each Purchase have enjoyed serving you during the past year and .are looking forward d dto

bringing you the best Land 0' Sun Dairy Products that we can produce J

VENICE PAINT STORELet in the future. Come out to the farm and see hqw your milk is produced

Us Recommend A RELIABLE Painter And come; to the Dance,.which we,hope will be the' firpt of many to come' "

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