Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00143
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 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: UF00079934:00143
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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3. NO. 3 IiI

m a ouncil Race Gains Speed 11 11of


C Memberso Murder Intent' Three File

Case Due Students Pick the loser, Area Residents

Aid Directors Monday Just Like Their Elders

The case of Mrs Katherine Students of the Venice-No- Pick Dewey in

Davis, Fast Venice woman komis School went to the pollson '

'icking Secretary charged with intent to murder in Tuesday, too. And, like their To EnterWith

the second degree, is among thou 'elders here, they "picked'Ihomas General Election
Dewey as our next ,
scheduled to be heard by Circuit pre!ident
I Board Fails to Act the general election out of
Judge W T. Harrison when the In the mock election the
the way, the for postson Democrats
campaign Win
fall term of his All
At Special Meeting; court opens Monday to twelfth grade voters the Venice City Council beganto
in Sarasota gave Dewey 55 votes, Truman pick up speed late this week. County and State i
Info Booth 49 and Ihurmond 1
May Open
The charges against :Mrs Davis, Petitions for three of the jobson Contests

Directors of the Venice-Xokonns 20, are the result;; of an'alterca The the political school activities last week startedat with the legislative body, to be open Though

umber of Commerce, failing to I tion she had with Mrs Arthur campaigns and displaying of at the start of next year, were Following the trend that was
filed! of local
by a trio residents
common, throughout Sarasota i
point new secretary at a tpe.1 Wagner of the Venice Farms on posters: Friday was registration And at least three other Venetians .
County, residents of the Venice-
.1 I meeting Monday night in the Aug. 23. She Is accused of firinga I day and only those who indicated they were ut least \okomisLnglewood area favored
i lie Center, decided to take up shot at a truck driven by Mrs their signed ballots were on allowed Tuesday.to The cast considering entering the race Republican Thomas E. Dewey for

question again at a general Wagner, after the latter had beenon "\oticR" Wild done by secret Those hose petitions. were on president and Democrats for all j
mbership session next friday a guava picking expedition ona ballot, of courseCouncil file in the city hall yesterday were other offices in Tue"day'0 general
ghL pasture owned by Mr. Wagnerand Smyth D. Urohard, owner of Smit- elections
I The decision was made on a located near Mrs. Davis' ty', Tavern on the Tamiaml Trail ; The Sew York governor received -
commendation: by President Rob- home Victor Hetty owner of the Gulf a total of 285 votes in the 1
; G. haines The dUtCtolalso The shot ricocheted from the Holds'Quickie'Meet Theatre, and Albert Siegiist! a three communities. This compares :
toiiaded the retiring secretary, roof of the truck and lodged in retired dairy machinery dutributing with 241 for Democratic President lif'
E. (barge) Bowen, to remain the head of 11-year-old Patricia executive. Harry S. Truman, 67 for States' s
i office until a replacement can Brumfield, granddaughter of Mrs Others who were said to be circulating Rights Candidate J. Strom Thur ,

made.. Wagner, who had also been pick- petitions were Graham mond and only five for Liberal .'
| Haines admitted that one rea- ing guavas. The bullet was removed French, vice president and treas- Party Candidate Henry A. Wal- it
k doctor urer of the Venice Golf and Country ace il...
for tin suggestion was that by a and the child
tther he nor other chamber ot- was recovering at last reports Anxious to get business! cleared Club; Charles W. Koogler lAnd local Dewe/'s heaviest lead was In J

Icen had interviewed all of the nn.. ev ''' I, ,"Vyy. .. '" ."'..'ov.. I I l electrical contractor S. Nokomis and Laurel, where he received if.
t I'e local men who have volun I Boy Is Shot in returns, members of the Venice Jarvis Adams, retiring chairmanof 113 to Truman's 87 and rThurmond's 'i .
Hip Knee the board of trustees of the
Wed their services for the secre- City Council on Tuesday night 20. He got 55 in Englewood -,( f
Venice Water Works. ,
rial post He also pointed out, As Target Rifle Goes Off held one of their shortest sessions s Former School where Truman received ,
ever, that asking the general In recent months. Principal 42, Thurmond 17 and Wallace 2.
Membership to participate would Anthony Dyteven Jr., 15-year- The meeting started at 7 30 Brohard to the, 41 council, was appointed left last Only in Venice did the national Ii': }

crease interest in chamber aclues old son of the owner of D>sev p.m. and was over shortly after year by the resignation of vacancy CouncilmanFinn trend show, with Dewey getting '
en's Texaco Station on the Tami- 9. It was held in the Woman W. Casperson. He has an- 117, Truman 118, Thurmond 30, '

I The special session will be held ami Trail, received flesh rounds Club Library at the Civic Center, nounced he will run for the remaining and Wallace 3. I ::
the civic Center and will get on his right side and right knee since election officials were busy two years of the Cas Warren a Breei l 't
der way about 7.30 pm. on as result of a shooting accidenton counting local votes in the regular person four-year term.A In the governorship race Demo- f'I f
|on. 12. All those who are paid- Tuesday. meeting room. native of Coalton, Ohio, Bro- crat fuller Warren breezed I
members, were member lastr The accident occurred as young During the short session, the hara is a graduate of the Ohio through the local polls without a
or would like to join, are In.lted Dyseven and Harold Curry, a council received the annual reportof University and was principal of hitch. In Venice he got 203 votesto
| to attend. county dragline operator, soughtto the Venice Water Works fromS. the Coalton High School for three 47 for his Republican Opponent
Information Booth leave Curry's car to hoot targets Jarvis Adams, whose term as ears before he moved to Florida. Bert Leigh Acker; in Nokomis
Another on a range near the Myakka chairman of the waterworks board I ie resigned his school job to go Laurel it was 108 for War #
'xibsed will question that will be River. A .22-calibre rifle was resting has just ended! Adams, who de- to St. Petersburg and open a ren and 37 for Acker, and in i'iand ,.
pouting the legibility of on the seat of Curry's car, clined an offer of reappointment drive-in restaurant; In 1933, and Englewood 75 for Warren and II-
r information an orange-juice boota stand' beside the youth, and went off to the job, sal the report showed came to Venice to open a tavern 34 for Acker. ,II

,'inter. '1 his was on the Jrail atonday when it hit the roof, as Curry revenue of $$13,753.60 for the when the army was planning to The balloting for disputed coun- tr ;:
proposed picked it upDyteven year and a net profit of $1,029.81 open' a gunnery school here in ty offices was as followsStatt : -:.
meeting as a possible after deduction of expenses
od of was rushed to Dr. T. operating 1941. R..nt.tlv.-.r.m.. A. (Jim) :
attracting motorola and for interest payments, etc. Also a director of the Venice Haley, Dem. 127 In Venice. 10* in : ,
pplying S. treatment. His
them information on Thompson Rally SuggestedThe Nokomis and 48 In Ennlewoodl W. S. 'I ti v
Nokomis Chamber of Commerce
[sire and iti attractions. It was wounds were found lo be minor councilmen were also asked Telford Jr.. Rep., 74, 68 and 29. ,.t
Brohard is a member of the local 'I
ut forward after another lengthy though painful, and X rays revealed Finn C former Justice of Peace District 1-L. W.
W. ,
by ,
person Lions Club and belonged to the tIn
ission there were no internal in- (Roy Lull 121 In Venice lot
on the chamber council member, to sponsor! a nonpartisan Methodist Church in Ohio. He is I NokomU and'rii I In Eimlewood Amos ,
aid the keep its attractive office ,Juries. rally of all candidates for married to the former Virginia E. Hall Ro,.., 70 47 and 87. i
Civic Center or move them council positions shortly before Tyler of Bradenton and they have Justice of Peace District 2-C.|.t.
k to the former small quar- Rotary Hears of Welfare the Dec. 7 municipal election. He two children, Smyth Jr., 2'I and Hiram R. Ids, Dem.. 1211 In Venice!
rl 'on the Ills in Nokomis and aN In Enirlewoodi
lamiami rail and asserted such a rally would be Virginia ,, months. (;UI A. We.ter. Rep.. 111*, 10 and Uti
Venice Ave. Rev. D. Campbell Crawford "educational" and would help voters ,/ Saving; Company-Exeeutiv... Con.tahle--A'chl. H. Campbell, DemHi .. ,
Both sides of the question were spoke to his fellow Rotary members make their selections It was Retty, 57, plans to run for the in Venice 1116 In Nokomis and U
,ten yesterday at their luncheon decided this be In Englewood Hoiaca M. Porter Hep
Support by various direcF" might not a proper one-year term left vacant by the j9, 47 and U.Coun't .
and members of the audlce meeting at the Venice Country undertaking for the group, butlat resignation last month of GeorgeW. Communion, I.t,11'I I 1
who were called upon Dy Club. His subject was welfare it would be glad' ufd cooperate Botts. A native of Austria- John L.. Ho Ie, Dem. IIS In Venice, 104- 1
alOes to comment. 'heir gist was work, and he discussed community I if civic clubs ; Hungary, he has lived in the Uni- in Nokomis aid 41 In Englewood Edwin .
"'the Trail location would at- problems and also the activitiesof actual sponsoring ted States for 42 years. This will ., M.C.nn Re|'". 88. 52 and 8....

el more casual motorists, but the County Welfare Board. The council also : (1)) voted to be his first attempt to enter public W.County L. (Bill Commliiioner Wooda. Dem District. 1NO S in--
e' CIVIc Center offered better The group voted to dispense refund to Mrs. Joseph Schofield, life. Venice. m In Nokomis and 44 In
M and recreational facilities. with its regular Thursday meetingon Venice Casino, money she pai4 for A resident of Detroit, ',Mich, Lnitlewood! Francis (;i. Baldwin Rep.

One of. the speakers, Graham Thanksgiving Day \ov 25. i a beer licence before she decided before he moved here in 1946 70 County 81 and Commissioner 13 District 5.

hitch, vice, president and trea.V4 ..- No meeting will be held that week. (Continued on Page Two) and bought the Gulf Theatre, Ret W, C. McLeod, Dem. 127 In Venice.
." me ty still owns two other theatersIn (Continued on Pale: Two.. i
Venice Golf and <;oun- -- -
( the Michigan city He was alto
Continued on Page Seven) In the lumber and coal supply
Hallowe'en Damage Slight Local Man Acts in Play
businesses for 27. years, and is,
t' Swing Gives Youthted vice president of the HamtiamacK Reenacting UN Session '

I 'Ghosts' Kept Busy, 0. Hanchey said he was pleasVd Savings and Loan Co. in a De-
Sprained Arms with the cooperation given to hitn troit subuib. A reenactment of a United Nations -
Jimmy Pastor Foils Plot by local young people. < Retty ia\ a member of the. Masons Security Council meetingwas
Lee Boone, 11.year-old Rotary Club, Variety Club,
> of Mr. One prank was apparently nip put on by 11 members of
Venice and Mrs. Duval Boon With most of the city's 'teen- ped in the bud by Rev, D. Campbell I and Greek Orthodox Church. He the Sarasota Lions Club last nightat
BY-Wa", was injured age ghosts and goblins kept busy Crawford, pastor of the First, is married and his family includes the Venice Civic Center.
kll'ards May morning when tie fell over the weekend by the PTA Car- Baptist Church. Leaving his parsonage three boys, a girl and a stepson The skit was taken from the t
W from a swing on the nival and other parties, Venice shortly before midnight on S. Dairy Machine SaUtnonSiegrist actual records 'of a session held !
Sokomta School play through Hallowe with \ 42, is to campaign for
undo went Hallowe'en eve, he stumbled overa by the council in 1946. The subject -
very little property damage. niece of heavy twine on W. MI- the four-year post that will be [ under discussion was the In-
JimmY'1 left arm was broken Some eight stop signs were ami Ave. Examination showed it open with the completion of the donesian situation.

h wrist and he also pulled out of the ground and three was 200 yards long and that one term; of Councilman George Hlgel Robert Haines of the local ,
J administered rm aid one-way signs were turned the end was attached to the church's Born In New York City, he attended Lions Club, filled! !In for one of

by Dry W. L. wrong way, according to the local bell. University and the Sarasota men who could not
right, county health officer, and police department. Tar was also Some impromptu "ringing" Penn State before entering be pretent He played the part ofa
h R Ann Stoeber, county nurse, splashed over I tourist sign at the would have aroused the town later the dairy machinery distribution representative from Brazil.
"o were'visiting the school' at Tarpon Center and most 'Of the that night, the minister theorizes; business at White Plains, Among the other actors was Ed k
time. downtown business. windows were if lie had not accidentally "foiled"the N. Y. Donaldson, district governor of
The ,0UJIgl\er wu later taken soaped plot. He says he'll return the Co-owner of his company when the Lions, who acted the part o(

io a( doc -for' Nothing mrioH, wms, reported twine to the owenrs if the11 I he retired from active manage.. Edward. Stettinius, representativeof .
yo -
(Continued on Page Two) '
United States
L -. however/and J Police Chief Herbert claim it in person. _

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VENICE GONDOLIERiBraddocks day, NOVeJnber Ii ,

1 I Sell 'Jungle'e' Gardens Aid Be t

Insurance Protects1Z '=, Nokomis StoreThe The jungle garden and groundsof to the club she said. ll

AGAINST LOSSES 6r nr-; "Rancho Chico," home of Dr. The gardena will
j Nokomis Sundries shop, op- Corson, Nokomis will be
Susan 3 to 5pm. each TueLv
Fire Life Casualty ened 15 months ago by Mauriceand open to the public for three days day and Saturday, bS11**
GENERAL INSURANCEBLALOCK 1 !r William L. Braddock of Vero each week during the month of week. "Rancho "
Chi "
Beach, had been purchased by Mr. ember. reached by going co CIa'T
k Samuel W. Vance of north On>U-
and Mr Dr. Corson will open her gardens miami
the Komsee Inn. to visitor for the benefitof at Albee Rd This turning RI
James T. Ethel B. The new owners, who formerlyhad the Nokomis Community Beach the gates of the estate road leala
v their own restaurant at Honey fund, it was announced yesterdayby gardens contain
BANK BUILDING Pass, S. C., took possession.of the Mrs. Charles McG. Roberts, others attractions, ,
\EMCE. FLORID shop on Oct. 23. They said yes secretary of the Community'Beach plants, orchids, and many one
Phone 3C11 or 2721 terday they would operate it in Club. All proceeds will be given cocks The orchids struttinr
conjunction with the Komsee Inn, bl
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which they puichased on coming
here 14 months ago. FOR % QUIET. TROPICAL ATMOSPHERE
The Braddock brothers have
Close One been introducing the Vances to
Saturdays at
their new business the last two AT
weeks, but plan to leave the shop
at the end of this week. They said The Komsee Inn
they had no immediate plans for

r, II. N. WIMMERS Realtor their the future.business They had also been asserted"better Efficiency Apts. Guest Rooms

A PENINSULAR ;TEItEI'IIONE CO. than expected" since they opened Available by Par Week Month Season
,,.eir oua louiitam and aundresplace
FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHTWESTERN and that they old only because Owned and Operated by SAM & ALICE VANCE
: UNION Vance's offer was "too good
On the Pocono
10 pass up. %
Vance is native of Laurens & Tamlarol Trails
Western t'nlon Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 to 12 a.m. a FLORIDA
County, S. C., and grew up in
1 Gieenville.! He entered the re.tau-
ant business after studying elec-
trical engineer for two years
RADIO SICK BROKEN ? at the University of South Carolina THE KING FURNITURE CO.

His wile is the former Alice FRED B, KING, OWNERof
Griffin, also of fcoutn Carolina,
Well fx! It for KU very quickly and the daughter of R. E. Griffinof Punta Gorda
and for a price yon can afford:! .

Election MR. and MRS. SAM W. VANCE

f (Continued from Page One)

And If You Need A New Set We Have The Best 118 In Nokomln and 4il In, ErmlvwooJlil I Nokomis Sundries Shop
;i In II inn f Jiil" v 4t and a
TortabU Pub!'r A.Mrrss System for Rent bi mil r.oaij Member, UMiUt; 2-- FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTIONSTO
Battery or AC Operated M., Tom Butler. I'i'"i" 1811 Inenitc.
111ft In Nokori and 41 In Lnirltmoui" : THE BUSINESS LIFE OF THIS AREA
VENICE Sara A, li.'IILard. lit,'" '. 4:, mid :,IMhaol ,
I eoar4 :M:mini, 1,1' Id 4ilana
'un A, Moore, Him. 11 ft In VcnUeIn .
I S'ck! Radios Made Well In Venice .
'- Aoaotnia and !* I in b- 'wuuu
251 U, Venice; Ave Phone 2G72PERSONALIZED I :ct.n; ,, Hull Reach, Kip I .. I'i .
i School 1 Hoard Mimlwr' Uintriit SIVilliuti YOUR CHILDRENGet
.4 _-:1.IeJf __"'!" ;i H HID Coe. Pirn, U4 InV.oo.l
-- %oionis and a. In En.
I 'itutll M, lluttland. itep. 7*.
:,8 and 86Theie :,
were no GOP candidates
clothes laundered the way you prefer entered for clerk of circuit court, Land 0' Sun
tax collector, tax assessor, county

r'E'I't \\ ASH FLUFF DRIED FIN'SHEL! judge; prosecuting of public attorney instruction, superintendent HomogenizedMilk Z

DRY CLEANING and supervisor\; of registration.
Probably the most unusual
Agent for Venetian cleaners) thing about Tuesday's ,'otinlhere
was the large percentage of registered At School v
? Pickup and Delivery Phone VENICE 3385 electors who actually cast rr
r ballot There were 28z out of I'
357 in Venice, 23<) of 297 in Nokomis Why Not Give Them
6 Englewood Automatic LaundryCooking's and 122 of 1M in Enele-
wood This is one of the best I and Yourself .

records in >ears. The Same Break at
The volume was not so welcome
to election officials, however, for Home?
it lengthened the time it took themto
Our Profession complete their counts. Venice
officials were not finished until
REAL BEEF HWIBIRGERSwith 6:30 a.m., Nokomis and Laurel at For Regular Home Deliveries
i d3 All the Trimmings OL25 2 am, and Englewood around mid-

ALSO ,night. VENICE 2371' -: PHONE :_ SARASOTA
j, COMPLETE DINNERS Hayes to Address PTA
; I
fj(...... 'Q' Open 7 a.m, to 11 pm. ED rON DSON FARMSsrailly's
School Board Member Perry'
-A'i or Haves will be the guest speaker

DRIVE. IN Tuesday Nokomis evening Parent-Teacher when the Venice-Assn.

ON THE TRAIL 2"j Ml North of VENICE meets at the high school here at

nival will on be the given Hallowe'en at this meet-Car-
t t t tavern"The
ing Second grade room motherswill
have charge of the refreshments -
I to be served in the social
Many ThanksTo hour following the business meet-

Bright Spot on the Trail"

City CouncilContinued

the Voters of Venice, Nokomis, Englewood ( from Page One)

not to serve intoxicants there; ((2) AnnouncementBeginning
Laurel' and other County Precincts discussed further provisions of the
new lea e to be offered on the
casino; ((3) decided that an effort this week DAVE DUNCAN: the
For Their Support in My Campaignfor must be made to compel persons
renting city buildings to pay 'One Man Quartet' will' play here on SUNDAY
their rent and water bills; (4) Instructed -
Justice of the Peace in Hanchey.to Police Chief Herbert 0. NIGHT ONLY of each week.
warn delinquent mer-
District 2. chants that they must get their
occupational licenses at once; (5)
approved payment of bills totalling
$745; (6) passed the Venezia PACKAGE DEPT. SPECIALS-
Park rezoning ordinance on third

And to My Democratic Opponent reading, etc.City. Puerto Rican Rum S2.S9 fifth

CAPT. HIRAM R. IDE ElectionContinued Wm. Penn Whiskey $3.29 fifth

ment in 1947,from Siegrist Page came One) to John Collins Gin. .. $1.75 pint
Best Wishes for ,
a Successful Term in Office Venice that year because of his
wife's health. He la a member of
the Congregational Church. He WHILE IT LASTS!
and his wife are the

Gus R. WesterRepublican one Data son.on fie other possible can- Premium Canned Beer $4.00 case

didates will not be published un- *
til they file. The election will be RupperU Geneiee
on Dec. 7 and filing take
Candidate VENICE ,}lace until 10 days before that Kruetenr' Goefelr114gd
late. Registration of voters for
the municipal election baa the "
same deadline.

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November 8, 1048
VENIC2': GONDOLIER Pate Three to

[ Gulf] Oil Former Local
mis Honored Leave for California 46 on Honor Roll 'Rah-Rah' Girls Chosen iJ

Mr and Mrs. Carroll H. Williams 6 of 12 Candidates try-outs were picked by popu- "
[ who operates the At High SchoolNames I
B Alston former Jr
publishers of the Get lar vote of the student body. ,:
.about four miles Venice Bid from Students
r on station Gondolier, left for California The "rah-rah" girls who will I
h of Venice! on the Tamiaml by automobile last Sun- Just Released Cheerleaders for the school help lead the Ve-No-Hl teams to I ,

I, iras honored last Tuesday day morning. They had lived In For Oct. 15 Period year were chosen last Friday by victory this year are Nancy Clark
held at the Sara-
/luncheon Nokomis Heights since selling the Venice-Nokomis High School and Jinx Briley of the 10th
\ Yacht Club. Paper on August 16 to Pete S. Forty-six students of the Ven- students during the assembly grade; Mary Sims and Shirley j
(r Alston was awarded a plate Ice-Nokomis High School were on period. and Betty
and Janet T. Conover of Talla: Bowden llth grade; I is
recognition of his 13 hassee. The the Honor' Roll for the report The candidates, about a dozen Lee Johnston and Mary Jo Miles, n,
association with the Dull Williams were real- Period Oct. girls
s ending 15. It was disclosed no boys appeared at the senior class. '
Corporation. L B Wilkes, dents of California before they !' this week !I.,;

hpa district manager of the came here on a motor trip in Those with an "A" average I.
oration, made the presenta- 1945, settling first In Sarasota were 'Wary Jo Miles, Lillian Tay-
The luncheon was attended and then coming to Venice to lor, Jean Bean, June Smith Bar
3ulf dealers from throughout start the Gondolier. bara Stutzman. Margaret Dixon QuestionnaireFor
| Sarasota area.veteran and Patricia Martlndale.
service station Others on the roll
e had "B" average
i came to Venice/from Win- tlon and received the agency *. They are listed below by !
[Haven 13 years ago following from the Gulf Oil Corporation.The grades: Candidates .
(marriage to Miss Sue Ethel Alstons have one daughter 12th-Martha Adams Eunice
i cf Englewood. He erected Catherine, who Is seven years Albritton Betty Childers James
I housing the gas sta- old.
building Franklin. Mary Ann Higel. Betty
Lee Johnston, Mary Helen Llston. are proverbially 1

"Rastus. dt chicken." Raymond Mitchell and Glenn considered '
"Ain't no pass mo' thicken." Stephens. fair game, it might not be'I

"De blizzard den." llth-Ralph Adrian, Lorene
a idea to bombard G
"Done et de blizzard!" Ball Webb Chenault Marilyn our present

BLIZZARDS ARE NOT ON OUR MENU Crowley Nadine Hayes Douglas with few of the following""
BUT PREPARE AGAINST COOL EVENINGS Murdock and Loretta Myers crop a

FIRE WOOD I 10th-Mary Earl William McKinney questions: '
Julia Martindale, Tom- ,
JACK DENISON mle Nipper and Florence Steve-
son. 1-Do you favor nuisance taxes or arbitrarily\ assessed -
1145; or (Phone 1832 or 2995 Venice, Fl!. 9th-Thelma Ball Anthony property taxes against residences, which, in I'I

"Let's Be Warm Friends" Dyseven. :Mildred Dyseven, Ann effect, would deprive our citizens cf their right to '
Franklin Milton Mlkevell. Jean- homestead exemption ?

nine Stetoncr and Pat Wood. 2-Do you favor the leasing of City-owned prop-
8th-Ayleen Ball. Virginia erty for business in with
.purposes competition tax- i
First Time Offered . Boone, Anne Callanen, Barbara payers' properties?
Deese, Stephen Dye and Junls
The only available waterfront lots In this exclusive Melroy. 3-Do you favor the adoption of sanitary ordi- '

section with views overlooking both beautiful Dona and 7th-Nancy Elss, LaVohn nances to caver the handling and marketing of meat 1 !.,
Venice Bays. Gault Nancy Olds, Billie! Gall and milk? j
This Is connecting land between Enchanted Isles and Pratt and Adele Sjoblcm.
4-Do yrvM favor proper sanitary inspection of
Point 0' Palms Estate, located on Sunrise Drive in
places handling food for sale to the ? l.
Nokomis. Lots are restricted to minimums of 100 ft. of Mother of Venice Officer public
waterfront and 200 ft. In depth I Leaves to Attend BurialMrs 5-Do you favor increasing the Street Departmentforce :
High land County Taxes only Riparian rights sufficiently to clean sidewalks where they I
and Title insured. Uniform setbacks to the V 0 Beattie of Venice left I
beauty of the views. preserve Tuesday morning for Arlington exist so that pedestrians wi1not\ have to walk in J '
REASONABLY PRICED Va., to attend Interment ceremonies the streets? :

Only 1100 ft. available. See your local l broker or call I for her son Lt William 6-Do you favor the present informal commission

E. G. ENGMANOwner Palmer Bates, type government, or do you think the City Engineer :
( ) Lt. Bates was killed In actionin should be given active charge of all departmentsexcept
the past war and had been bur-
POINT 0' PALMS NOKOMIS' FLORIDA Ied In Holland until recently. He the City Office? I"j

Phone Venice 2731 was brought home in accordancewith 7-Do you think the Mayor should actively super- j

a request In his will. vise the City Office and be responsible for its proper
Last rites were held at 2 o'clock functioning?

Wednesday afternoon. 8-Do you favor maintaining municipal servicesat j
Mrs Beattie will ylslt in Phila- '
|Keep Happy delphia and Pittsburgh before their present levels? 1

returning to Venice. 9-Do you favor a moderate yearly investment -

say 5 per cent to l 10 per cent of the operating budget ,
.=;. And Save Aged Resident Dies in N.Y. in parks and recreational facilities? '!I
Friends of Mrs Grace Belcher, 10-Do you favor keeping public funds in the bank
Money, Too Pensacola Rd., Will" be sorry to accounts where tbey belong I

learn that her aunt. Mrs. Jennie 11-Do you favor hiring the services of a profes- ,"\
Give livestock and poultry Hulburt. passed away on Sept. 30
your :
our famous nourishing X-CEL In Rochester, N. Y, sional appraiser to re-appraise all property in the ,J
Feeds. They'll respond with bet- The two women were visitingIn City? :
ter health and production and
at our New, LOW Prices, you'll the northern city at the time 12-Do you favor re-writing the present occupational .
Save Money. of the death. Mrs. Belcher returned license ordinance in order to use the City's

here recently.Mrs. licensing powers to raise additional revenue, rather
SCRATCH 100 lbs. $4.50 Hulburn, 97 years old had
. made her home In Venice for than increase present millage'

FEED 25 lbs. . $1.29 many years. Mrs. Belcher had resided 13-Do you favor an ordinance setting up machin- :
with her. ery to :automatically enforce collection of delinquent

LAYING 100 lbs. . $4.95 returnedto taxes?
Mrs D H Devins has 14 DO favor an ordinance wherein all offenses t
you .
MASH 25 lbs. $1.35 her home on Venez'a' Pkwy ,
. after spending several months at classified as misdemeanors under state la\v shall be

20 her summer home In Washington declared misdemeanors in the City of Venice so that
Per Cent Court House. Ohio. Mr D v- they can be handled in our Mayor's Court?

DAIRY FEED 100 Ibs. $4.30 few Ins will weeks.be back While in"up Venice north In Mr a 15-Do you favor publication of tentative budgetsand

and Mrs Devins took a trip to public hearings before formal adoption' '
.. '
HORSE Georgian Bay and the Muskoka 16-Do you favor publishing a statement at the end

FEED 100 Ibs . $4.60 Lake section of Ontario, Canada. of each fiscal year to show the taxpayers what their
money has been used for?

CORN 100 'Ibs.1.00 Symptom.!DktrwArl.inghwtaSTOMACH ULCERS Why not try to pin down the can-

ouEToEXCESS ACID didates on'some of these questions? I

*lo FERTILIZERS for Citrus, Lawns and Gardens frMIMkTel et1I..Tr..rttIIatMInt '
- IM,w It WIN Cost YM NrtfclacOwe The day after election often too j,
thr .million"'&III of the WnunTtauwwn
line been sold for well.f of late.

Venice Food Shop. .ymtom.ofdidre..rldaa.tad e.r.W eeds.s.r.ssl...Uler.See,due OP to WIPING from uses..N.s-Add.-11.. 1
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VJmICB ooNDOLIERH4'4'4'a4'4' day, Novemba '
pate Pour

.. rv#r" .r+.w.rwr' +.rrrtw arJanie's
Hallowe'en 'Ghosts Absent J:

i Jottings j .

J By Janet T. Conover ] But PTA Carnival a SuccessParty I

5 Gondolier Social Editor j !

Saturday was a Red Letter Day for Toni Field daughter of Mr

and Mrs. Graham French of Palm Haven cottages. It was her 13th in KMI Gym 'Family Health' VN Woman's

birthday and a surprise was In store for her In the afternoon when ,

her parents presented her with a brand new red and white rowboatfor AtE'woodPTAIn

her very own. The boat built by A. W, Moremen and Herb Myer Attended by 500 To Hold 1st
of the Venice Country Club was I carrying out Its theme for

properly "launched" with a bottle I the children playing games outdoors the year. "The Family-Foundation -

ol glngerale and sped merrilj | and flash pictures were Kids and AdultsWhile of Nations" the Englewood Members Only to Attu
shot of the party Indoors. Parent-Teacher Assn. will discuss
down the stream behind th But
-o- "The Healthy Family" at Its regular Hip-He| |
I the usual quota of ghosts
French residence. Tcni's olith- next Wednesday
Marta Jean Taylor celebrated meeting The Venice-Nokomis
festivities started at and other "spooks' failed to show W .rf
day noon
Englewood School.
her 16th birthday Saturday witha evening :at the Club will hold its tint ;
r when Mr and Mrs French took I Hallowe'en party and wiener up at the Hallowe'en Carnival Principal speaker will be Dr. the season next aieeuq\

,r her and a group of friends tow roast on the beach. She Is the staged last Friday by the Venice- James E. Blades Venice, who 2:30.p.m. at the Venice

Sarasota for luncheon and a swim daughter of Mr .and Mrs Elwood Nokomis Parent-Teacner Assn., will talk on child health from Club. .

ut Lido Beach. They were Phyllis Taylor of Treasu/e Island The almost everyone else did. Or at the parents' standpoint. Other : The club president,

Hider, Kay Cornweil, Nancy and I costumed guests were Lorena least so It seemed guests of the evening will be Mrs. Graves, will be In charge Miss It i[*

Barbara Olds and a Sarasota Ball, LruTie Shanley Elsa and Ann Stoeber, county school nurse, meeting. Tea will he
An estimated 500 cr more per- served| h
friend Jcann Davis, The same Dickie Taylor, Buddy Ridenour, who will talk on "Immunization," lowing the business
group enjoyed a supper party at Willy Devlin. Effie Mae Clem- sons toth: children and grown and Mis. Frances Scott of Sara- This first meeting sesica.is for;
Tonl's home :in the evening and swarmed Into the Ken- m,
mons, Juanita May Buster Clem- ups sota, whose discussion will be on 'bers only. Guests can be
then wrnt to the mcvles. Other mons, Ernest Kappelmann. Patricia tucky Military Institute gymnasium cancer. to future meetings by ton,
friends who dropped In to wish for the annual affair. And txy 4
Word: Dorothy Kelly, Pat
Mrs. Scott's speech will be illustrated member but may attend
Toni a happy birthday and at- Sharp and Mrs Katherine Davis. from the noise they made, it *
by a moving picture more than two sessions;
tend the "launch.ng"! were Mr sounded like at least 10.000 were to a
After beach the
the party
film, to be shown by Clement club year.
and Mrs A \V Mormon and chil- I to Bradentcn to attend a I'I'I I I there. Feiall of Sarasota. Plans
are also being
(Irw, Arthur and Barbara: Mm sheet-clad "ghost" made h
Hallowe'en dance
Only one
Mrs, J D Tate Is program Woman's Club bridge
H H Mvcrs and daughter. Susie make- u
I But
0- made Its appearance
chaliman. Refreshments will be ames .arty to be held it
Mr and Mrs A B Hider and I DeVries of W. believe angels, cowboys, pirates tt
Miss Gertrude served after the business, meetIng Civic Center an Friday Not I
daughters, Barbara and June: Mv about
rushed madly
Venice Ave returned to Venicevia and gypsies Mrs Charles McG Roberts, chto
and Mrs Leighton Cornweil Mr plane last Saturday after aItisit the gym In their gay costumes. -- man of the party has annouDm
end Mrs Jark Sebastian, Mr and
I In St. Joseph: Mich., with There were also a "walking"birthday -Hold that a typographical
Legion Auxiliary to error *
Mrs Harry Brit ton and Mr and
her father. Robert DeVries. MrDeVriei cake, complete
made in the date as reported
Mrs Paul: McMahon! "frosted" llc-weM: an 'Pot Luck' Supper SaturdayThe
I came back with her and candles and the club's bulletin sent out I

-.0-- will spend the winter months animated pumpkin Jack-o-lau- Woman's Auxiliary of the members. Friday the 19th Uw

Nancy Shanley, daughter of Mr here.Guest. tern. and even "Little Bo Peep," No-Vel Post, American Legion, rect.
md :Mr nob.-rt ShanJry! of Ja- _o- who looked fruitlessly about tJw
I will have a "pot luck" supper tomorrow
may Beach, also had a party Saturday I for several days thlv crowded-floor for her sheep.No .
evening for legionnairesand
Grocery Helper Joins: Anjj
bfteinoon. It was in Costume Prize
Hallowe'en henO\1 Hubhard I their families.
of and her
No costume prizes were awarded All visiting legion and auxiliary Charles Wynne, 18-ycar-oU
friends came in costume, Those I I I L R Skipper Jr. of Bradenira. bccau.se of a PTA decision members will bs welcome to Mr and Mrs Wynne of! Ponce 1

who enjoyed the refreshments She Is Mrs Hub'ard's sister, i that :would be unfair to those attend. The party will start at Leon Ave.. left Venice Oct UI
r find not! ?makers were JimmyPerlick I'I'I
1 I who had equally good outfits but 6:30: in the Legion Hall on West Join the U. S, Air Force. He I
Tcmmy Catle't, Ray
Mr and Mrs Ben Roberts and Venice: Ave. now taking his basic training I
H.nes, Nancy Hull and Linda: ing.
children. Lira and Charles, arrived A social evening will follow the San Antonio. Tex.
Macatce. :Movies were taken of (
in Venice last week to keep shortly, however, to students cf supper. Charles had worked In Lowt f''
warm while the winter snow fly the 1st 2nd, 3rd. 4th and 5th Grocery for three months priori

around their New Jersey home. grades of the local school These James Cousins of Miami arrived his enlistment Donald M. ha

They are staying In an apartment i groups were declared the most in Venice recently to visit son of Mr and Mrs J D Fans

:in the Gulf Theatre Baildlng. orderly in a grand march that for a week with his parents: Mr I South Venice, has taken his pat

o I began the carnival. Judging! was and Mrs M cousins. the store.

I Mr and Mrs A W Moremen. done by a committee headed by

Laurel, have as their guest Mrs Mrs A W Moremen parade chair- iii:

I Moremen's brother, George Dorso man.

of Orange. N. J. Concessions included a shootIng -
i -o- gallery, ring toss, fish pond KING FURNITURE CO."We .
LADY, BE GOOD Jack Denison of Nokomis Ave. "houve of horrors" and other at-

What If your lesser has been entertaining several tractions. All were operated by

half WAS grouchy at guests recer.tly. They were Mrs local school students. And while
I Feather Your Nest With A Little Down-
breakfast this moinlr M L Glover and Mr and Mrs most booths were so crowded that
!;.'? Maybe he has
troubles he doesn't Amoj Schaeffer of St. Slmcn's. only a small percentage of the
want to bother your | Island Ga. Mr and Mrs Schaeffer celebrants could get near them,
pretty head with. But had just returned from two I I those who>> did reach "home"seem Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. Myers

we'll bet that you can I| years Honduras.. After a vacation I II ed to be having fun. The remain-
make him forget them t, I
with a gift from our in the States, they will be ; ing customers spent their loose -

display. It need not i Il leaving for Cludad Trujillo In the change for home-made salad, -
be expensive\ to remind Dominican Republic. I baked beans, hot dogs hamburg.

him of your -o- I ers and all sorts of cakes and

{ I Isve. I Mr and Mrs Elliott Paul are' pies that were served by mothers PLAZA SPANISH

and teachers.
entertaining Mr Paul's sister.
Miss Carol Paul. who arrived in The amount of proceeds received
JEWELERS Venice Sunday from Pembrook. by the PTA through the party

Post Office Arcade N. C. will !be announced at the organi-

-o- zation's regular meeting next
Arrivir.p at their home or. Tuesday evening at the high OPEN

Treasure Island on Saturday were school. B E Bowen was general

I Mr and Mrs George Cardinal. chairman of the carnival and

They spent the summer In Mich. was assisted by Mrs H S Bowden 259 W. 7th St. v SARASOTA

igamme, Mich. food committee chairman, and

others. -

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': Like 'Fine Food? VENICE TUBATORIUM 249 'We VENICE AY*

.v Then Delux you'll Table enjoy d'JHote our Dinners Wet Wash up to 8 Ibs. 40c

e and Seafoods ; Extracting tog ;Jbs. lOc
xca in Pleasant Surroundings UP' ,
8 ajn. t. |:SI P Z& .

Drying f. e e '. per lb. 5c ,

,F Macatee's Restaurant 1 HOUR .SERVICE' ON wET .'WASH

In NokMBlt r.otr. IMntat BOOMS PHONE UTS 1m. and l Mo'. usrivracKunr. *. .;.;..:oprs.: a
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November VENICE OONDOLttix Page Plat

1k Firm Dance Travellers -' .NfctO HUNTING S1"'
Return to AreaAfterToursThroushEurooe, :, r
tended by 350 Phone THE GONDOLIER. = ,
Dance to be Held

FIrst Anniversary party of Venice 3131. 0.:
ondson e Farms' Saturday I A public Armistice Day dance

was attended by about 330 1 U S Mission, Sightseeing will be sponsored next Thursday
evening by the No-Vel Post, '
i residents. The dance was Occupied Three Women Schmidt, whom she had stopped! GULFTheatre
1 at the Venice Country Club to visit in Frankfort, Germany.The American Legion.
music was furnished by Three Venice area residents are traveller says she was thank- The affair will "The held at the di diBox '

Edmondson, sod of otwnfceorge ; back home after spending the ful, though to have been able to Venice Country Clrb: starting at
Edmondson and his summer months touring Europefor see her sister once again before 8:30: p.m. Music will be by Johnny Venice Phone 296C I

.tctly Grade A" orchestra business and pleasure. They she died. Edmondson's Orchestra a popu- ONE SHOW NIGHTLY t.

L milk bar was set up at the are Mret Emma H Reilly of Bay The local woman's return trip lar local aggregation. Office Opens 7:30 : .
? and an estimated 469 gal- Point. Nokomis; Mrs Ardrla Le- was made from the French portof Tickets may be purchased from Show Starts 8:00 tar J
5 Of various "liquids" was con- Pelley of Venice Ave., and Mrs Marseilles. While going through any Legion member or bought at t'
ed by the guests. What por- Elsie Thiel of Nokomis. Switzerland on the way to Southern the door the night of the dance. Short and Subjects After the Shown Feature Before i t

n of this amount was producedCOWS Mrs Reilly. a student at the France, she was surprised by -a__'
cows \Is still undetermined. Rlngllng Art Scool In Sarasota, the "large growth" of many of Girl Scout ReorganizationStarted Friday and Saturday 1. .
Edmondson previously an- visited England, Scotland and the cities. She remembered them, by MothersLeadersMothers Nuv. 5-8 r .,
d that his firm would France. It was her first trip she says as small towns in the f I I'
.nsor another dance In Janu- through these countries, and she days she went to school there. and leaden of the local "Song of the WasteUndT' !
,. as a get-acquainted party for says she "loved every minute of -- Girl Scouts met Wednesday Romantic Action In Old West I I f
r winter leddents. It." Ex-Printer's Apprentice afternoon with Miss Lois Henry, Starring j \
regional director of the Gulfslde JIMMY WAKELY jtiIi
{ r
In addition to doing some research Passes Army OCS TestsMr ,
Area of Girl Scouts. I
33 -Sarasota2529 In old glass and hand- Latest News and Cartoon .t
Phones woven materials while overseas, and Mrs I V Biorseth of Miss Henry talked to the group -- i.f: J,
Mrs received word I and reorganization of Venice's SnncUv and Monday I !
Reilly attended the 'Edinburgh Englewood: have 1 i
Ambulance Festival In Scotland and from their son, Joe Carl Biorseth. !troop was for started. It has been Inactive Nov. 7 8 I !J
some time.
the Olympic Games in London. that he had passed all tests "Fury at Furnace Creek"
ServiceDay She left the U. S. four months The first meeting! of the revamped I '>
him eligible to attend a
making Savage Fury of the Pioneer
groun was to take place r
ago on the U S Line's SS Shark, I I
or Night and returned on anotherTfjnouT U S Army Officers Candidate today at 3-45: at the Scout hut- Starring/{; It-
ship of the same line, the SS School. ment on the city playground Victor Mature Colecn! Gray
Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON ___
U 111
Ernie Pyle. Joe Carl Joined the service New Cartoon Musical
Quick Trip three necks ago and is now stationed Country Club SffttBuffets: -
at Fort Jackson, S. C. H! Tun. Wed. Thurs. !p'
Mrs LcPelley was gene ony Starting next
Funeral Home Tiwday, Nov 9
will complete his basic training Nov. 9.10 11 I
two months but in that time me the Venice Golf and Country '
there, but does not know wh'A
saw the> British Isles, France. Club Mill resume Its weekly buffet "The Bride Goes Wild"Laurhl ,
he will be sent to start his OC3
Luxembourg and the Scandina- supper for members and guests, Liught Lauphl\
vian countries of Norway, Swe. training. The Tuesday night affairs w'redropped Stirring-
den and Denmaik. She traveled: : The youth was employed by for the summer months Van Johnson June Allysou
both to and from Europe on tlv the Gondolier as a printer's apprentice The management has asked that J5 ft I, "';r. Hi'inn CronyaIVia i 1
Queen Elizabeth. for six weeks before his all members desiring reservationsget I Merkrl 1

When Mrs. LeP lIey's ship enlistment. in touch with the club before i Also 'Passing. Pat a il',' Nov fI,,. \ .
docked in New York on the way Tuesday noon. I I -
Bike Rental Agency Open I J I
home, the !local woman was surprised ,

to find her stii-in-law and A bicycle rental agency for I FOR REAL FLORIDA FUN
daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert tourists and Iccal residents was

Cooper of Los Angeles, Calif. opened last, week by Leslie L. A SWIM AT THE BEACH ,
waiting her her, The Coopers had Steckley, owner of the Venice
come all the way from the Pacific Tubatorium at 249 W Venice AND A SNACK AT THE CASINO
coast to meet the ship. So Ave.
after a visit In New York they
Steckley, who came here last
Sharon Conn, for Peef hamburgers Jlome.madl' Chili Sort Drinks f.
'all went up to said
April from Baltimore, Md., 1
Their hosts t
a family teunion. he received a shipment of six n
there were Mrs LrPelley's son men's and six women's bicycles VENICE BEACH CASINO E
Mr and Mrs
and dauRhter-ln-law:
All are new machines and will!
Guernsey LePelley. be available at hourly, daily or I "A SUNNY HANGOUT FOR YOUNG AND OLD"
rr On Government Mission weekly rates. I
During; her four-month stay In
Europe, Mrs Thiel travelled
OUR first coniidcralion I It proper through all the large cities! of
professional' Mrvic for our cur Switzerland and Germany She NOW OPEN
_II.. Service whkh only col- also was able to do some sightseeing /
Iky graduation ltal Kconwr andy In France and Italy.

| on of experience can III... Thatk Mrs. Thiel was en a mission
what we offer you when To Serve
you for the U S government whll Milady
|tg your prescriptiON to M. overseas, and spent some time In

Washington D. C., before sailingon
The Rexall StorePOST the U S Line's SS Swallow. . And Her Menfolk Too
marred by the deathof
OFFICE: ARCADE: Her trip was
Phone 3181 VENICE her sister, Mrs Amelia

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Venice Inlet -U..l I- We're happy to be in VENICE the

best little city in Florida and plan to

NURSERY SCHOOL stay here and grow with the community.

Will Open in I Right now we can offer you a complete line

Mid NovemberFor of Jewelry and Repair Services at ffices.

Children 2Vi to 5 Years Old. yqu can afford.

Write MARJORIE LANE, Director I SILVERWARE Art Carved Rings WATCHESby ,

P. 0. Box 67 VENICE, FLA. Phone 2069 by Ronson Lighters a

Shaeffer and Parker Pens Elgin, Hamilton, Gruen.Bulova. ,
"' '''''# H.I'##>>#''.I'' ''' Rogers, Community and
Olrard Perre-
Other LeadingManufacturers Faux Other U. S. and
Bracelets, Necklaces, Etc. Swiss Horologists.

For Correct Time All The Time 1l

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f[(fDiir (Great America tc' IJ tit71

i &.,RIt'A' NRf 1I/l 1iJ The

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Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. 313 West MM lYYen
Venice Avenue Venice. Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. 7ei Beat f1IIM1N6> ..,,atseweao

Entered a. .econd.clan matter June 6. 1946 at the poet officeat To The Editor
Vtnice. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Venice Condoner

I Subscription rate: One year, $2.50; six month, $1 .50| three Drew.Enclosed wild your me will'The fit 11.00
mcntht, 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cent per word, first 20 for S monthi I want (10 Vrni" c t
words: I cent per word for each additional word. rtr you have to r,, sell."v what
WOfyN Possibility I might .p.n" T Y
-- FETE S. CONO\FR .. .. Editor and Publisher Venice. .

JANET T. sorER .. ... ... .. .... .. ..,.. Office Manager Rt.rOI.ON 1.J AIJOK.LEWTia.

i now RD K RILEY .... ................ ..... ... ........ Shop Foreman teat

Astounding ElectionSince y ve

(he results of Tuesd:ly's general elections were

else of the moot unexpected upsets in the political his- O"C\

tory of our country some sort of comment is probably 11nM erRMt9YS TrKVs isle aR .tJ 9CIalrlRr R LNSvrele. u

expected t from the editor of the Gondolier rt Is E611M4rtD TMT st Soo ra/wers weal '5 anss a$IMCr5 arre1as III 1IT FouslIot Weld Noll 1Her mmuerp a Tie 2I/
1111 stern or ins AtONa"a
M6NR od silly essay I Presented by Your
I Frankly however, we don't know what to sa}'. The UP eWNFWIN6IAiAY.a" 545 6 awiL l IfS"a'W5Le raestrn lorI AC leeAtsor4LW Local Physicians .f
NrNK OF eser*rna F"CNN aeO6romw
rf-election of President Harry S. Truman IrP1r6yMKCeAx10a.Aaw6fcoude/TsvEio.. wr1N 1velty! o ssrly I Dr. T. S. Thompsonand
was just as
____ __
.tstc."In.iing to us as it was to most of our readers. We -- -------- Dr. June E. Blades
Through the
expected Dewey to smother him in a lm.1s1iJe. And Florida Medical AJSD

while we narurilly: expected Democratic candidates to "TOO LATE CRAYONS ARE NOT

earn: nitM t county offices, all the signs fed us to believe EDIBLE

tint: area Republicans would ease into it 1 least: a few 4 TO CLASSIFY" strange Children things and, among dogs them often sit

places. crayons, without apparent
But warns Eater R Carte, 11 I
As to why or how the upset occurred, we haven't pediatrician at the Palo Altocl
Tourist 'Honeymoon Over California, certain colon
any idea. Radio commentators had variety of explanations crayons may be not only unable

on Wednesday! : among them claims that GOP can x m Publicity Men are Told Writing but dangerous in the Journal and even ot

didatesere vt American Medical Association,
overconfident and did not wage an aggressive dark reports the can Imonthsold
enough campaign ; that Tuman's courageous "unfeliog" By RUSSELL KAY boy who
fatally poisoned by eating 0
Secretary,. Florida Press AsuuProblems
battle had won the hearts of the electorate ; that and yellow wax crayons. The par
J it was hbor's: reply to the affecting Florida's two leading industries, "Tourists"and on was created by the UM of
Taft-Hartley Act ; that it was
red In the coloring matter, IhIi
"Citrus, were the principal topics discussed at the annual con-
1he result of the failure of the last Congress to do was converted Into an wilt|
anything vention of the Florida Publicity and Public Relations and the Florida In the
dye body.
about high prices and housing, etc. But these were Attractions Assns. In their Joint session at Tampa last welt.fp Some hours after the boy 11II

t just guesses, too, and you can form your own opinion .>ak'ng at the bu,; ness session, Merton L, Corey, of the Flct fda eaten an orange crayon hop
with much chance Citrus Mutual, took the gloves off eats Noticed that Mi hands wn
as of the
being right as now badly dis- blue but thought It wait paint AI
credited "experts." He pointed out that the pro>'per- and service mediocre. school the next day he almost ii

Ity and welfare of business Two other speakers were Joe I lashed a yellow crayon before III
With the battle over, all we can say is that we hope every teacher caught him In the act,I s
the and Industry In the state will suf- Waite, representative of the ticed his extreme blue color, i
populace will not have cause to regret its choices. Ve Flor-I decided he was having a he<ll.
fer, if we fall to organize and establish ida Greyhound Lines, and
hope Truman's election will not result in repeal of the tack. The bay rapidly grew 101II
as orderly merchandizing Getty, assistant to tne traffic until all of the crayon was
Taft-Hartley law, for we believe this would result in an- !I parently removed from hit etas
to profitably market of the Seaboard. Air
program manager
other wave of "mad dog" labor troubles. And ach. and oxygen therapy and i
we hope
Florida's citrus crop. Line Railroad. Waite said sum : blood transfusion brought abed
the defeat will not end the work of the state's Republican Emphasizing the seriousness of mer bus travel had been good complete recovery.

groups for while we are a registered Democrat and the winter outlook was I' Unless close supervision chilJm I
the situation, Corey pointed tothe maintained over
and a Fuller Warren supporter, we are convinced steadily falling citrus prices. promising. Getty stated that advanced 1 j t I while at play this experiart
Florida must bookings are normal and I)I teems to Indicate that they AoriU
develop a two-party system. Otherwise we And he warned that unless Mutual tot bo allowed to have coW
he looked for heavy travel to Flor-
i will never get( our fair share of federal aid on flood con can secure control of 75 percent rayons. Older members oM Dt

l trol, etc., and will never bear the influence in national I of the fruit and get In operation ida Following during the the season.business aiid !about family leaving must such exercise thing cantta ashes

l affairs tint without more delay It found by the m.ots.
: we deserve. in the :hey cut be
banquet session Tampa,
will mean another disastrous sea- : who are naturally rotor]
J ",rThe son. He also called attention to FPPRA group made a West M attracted by the bright taints
Coast tour by bus, visiting Wee-
the fact that banks cannot afford
City ContestsWith to risk depositors' money in financing klwachee Springs, the "Nature's WALKING FOR HEALTH
Fish Bowl," Homosassa /
Springs exerclse-/f
canning or other oper- 'I Walking i no sissy I
the national elections now over, residents of atlas unless stability Is found for and !beautiful Rainbow Springs, men and women of 35 years extras(sit;

the City of Venice can turn their attention! to the race the Industry, near Dunnellon. I and George over.We.nil.in.Neaart it !.il the perfect :hN.

for posts on the city council. Tourist Talk Lengthy advises in Hygeia will, the improve hen Ni,
szine. It not only
This promises to be a hot contest, for three candi- The Question, of tourists and Miss E H Kau'oler of Wash- hyaical cosmetic andtthelrnt\ ellI
ington D. C., arrived in Venice
'winter travel, in which memberswere be a good
dates had already filed for the jobs at the time this editorial more directly interested, last week to take 'up permanentresldl"tlce I to the problem 01 falling slat

was written. And it is that several nights, he explains.
probable hone
was discussed at length, Speakers at her new on the Boxers football players and t
will enter the battle before the voting on Dec. 7. representing travel agencies, corner of Serata St. and San athletes consider malkinil ilia an fee II'

This being the case, the Gondolier wants it known transportation companies, advertising Marco Dr. portant tine. Weinstein part of their explains train that '

that we hare no favorite candidates. We admire all ot agencies and publishers reported -0- can be quite strenuous stiff: I'Ii0uab a v< on conditions both in I Mr. and Mrs. James M McClure to rive you almost as a'amt
the men who have applied for the unpaid offices. And out as s set of tennis' or a lIT
Florida and in the North. behe\t
who recently returned to If don t
we intend to confine ourselves much to handball YOU ''I
pretty reporting Joseph R. Jacoby, publisher's their home In Nokomis Height after four mile an hour pace thehour.
the news of these patent! city fathers letting draw two steps per second) for,
you representative for a group of a northern trip have u their You'II know that vou v*
your own conclusions about them. papers handling travel and resort guest Mrs.. Grace Jones of Colum- through somethiiiR-b "ith not ba

One thoughte do want to forward advertising, warned that bia City Ind Mrs. Jones drove big difference: You till f
though, body
the back to Florida and subjected your $J *
"honeymoon" Is over. He with them i
is that whoever is elected should be a year-around resi- predictable heller orp ,,
said people are not spendinglike ; will stay for an' Indefinite visit. ments that tax your
dent. Or at least he should guarantee to remain here they used to and are demanding i iI She was a resident of Venice I the utmost foot and k.

most of the time during his tenure, leeway of course be- I value for their dollars.He about 20 years ago and returnedfor conditioner"It is an excellent of courie But ( (

ing allowed for vacations and business trips of reasonable stated that prospective the first time last spring fora much more than that. It muscles can Itr!?

I tourists are "shopping" for va brief stay The McC'ures 'were then your stomach surplus inches whelp

length.This cations. They want to know away about a month and Visited remove It can tone up
wsiMl.ne) b
idea '
may sound arbitrary to some people but your
what It willcost before they through Michigan Ohio and In- muscles of the U PPcrhn7ourkeep
it is not. Running a city is like running any other large leave home They like the diana, spending some time at your chest result will ,he' 111I

organization. It cannot be done well by absentee officers, "package' vacation or all-ex their Fort Wayne home In the ed straight improvement The in couaith,

or those who expect to be in another part of the country pense trip and are weighing latter state And a man or \' stride did

for several months of the year. advantages offered by the var- ed posture through and s good peppr walkinll' ba

The absences ious tourist resorts. SHOES I will look young and bet,0una.be
protracted of Councilman George walking "
Beits, who resigned two weeks ago because of his health, vey Jacob made also in said northern a recent summer sur- WHILE FIXED !I eruct"But The tl1 for step the.e must hene M ,W tea dIG.
is one reason the present council has been overworked resorts revealed that theatres TOU firm. with the toes pointed, o

and sometimes not as efficient as it might be. The same night clubs, amusement parks WAIT !I ahead Your or slightly P ace must'in- be bask

situation should not be permitted to develop again. Th and the like all show a drop In : rhythmic. No saunterin"mile eoeing.
business.. People just won't be Deke'a Shoe'Repair Start with t as
least e After
that be Basked of for
can a candidate public officeis If Tots rln
Ned Make It two
to OU Ftr station
and not
gouged stay at .
that he plan to remain on the job until it is finished. where prices A resort (,.5161 AT*. M nt fiMnl I. a 'week paCt and distance full
excessive ," I 1-\ ''' txet. et! .rraduI1l1. :
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p.dnenlayi LLsb6iylED ifkd DEADLINII Ad. may F.wtf. beed I "A D5'i j III''

t-dins pay la at advertiser, with promptly-tb.will aa i I :I ,

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COMPLETE NEW APARTMENT, new furnlturj GE AUTOMATIC Record Player Cm* e
BC Nice GE .. CITRUS TREES rn.ny varieties, will | be ntUched ratio. Phone IMS. ,
REAL new refrigerator Bathroom newly to any
TO BI Sales equipped F. G. Friend, Entlewood Inquire bear next fa.50 and ".00. L.Thompson Space proxidoi for records Excellentditkin ees-
BETTY "Ot'NG PERFUME Rentals at runt office or grocery store, at 2117. f e? '
,i6. Laurel l, Florida. Phone 1592 all Co''I.of SOUTHWEST" Ib, .'ORT FLORIDA.MVERti AREA. Mod SPEED QUEEN washing machine. UG I U'-cU FURNITURE of all\ kind Ve t j :
set home to beautiful HELP WANTED Eureka vacuum clranei *U| Kiln. Ice Trading Post, 217 W. Miami *.--- tvphone )
riverfront eatatat bicycle fr.toe Mrs. Helen Vaihe.re1 .' .
Cottrell Paul Nave ./ Coastal 'locations including improve r
** at Conger Kettle
U SEPTIC TANK CLEANING and unimproved tropical islands, beach WAITRESSES. Apply I Venire Country A'iijj'rRALIAN for tal&lie '
. L Q pnmplM equipment. Work marpbont opportunities properties, fishing and incdtn.Iod.... business Club. Phone t5tl TODAY TOMORROW buy your popular ii'y amount PINES Five cents ...... a'f'
setups Includ classical and hlldl'.n' r.co'do.nd ......,
Ing Carl tjbtntorf at Venetian Clei t
120 motor ,
SI Venice
Sarasota or courts
trailer camps. hot l", ,
$ albums and save t f I A a kudinu
1 operating Large and ranches, farms and groves FOR SALE record company raised prices i of 'eco'UAeffective aIIMAN.MADE 85-mm. Kodak Btina ... J !
complete small tracts of land A Nov 8. Alpha Music Shol, if,nlatuit camera with Schneider tJS
rental ,
Girl wants job service Send for free NEW FRAME .nd .. Ions in Cnmrur ihutter Al-n Raters 3uer.snate : j
SCHOOL ai stucco ha" S
|OH ,{ran11 and maps of this trop. room unit both) larriflii Call: lei" TWO ICELAND Cool..tor Iceboxes and Kimni H...h unit 161 fir eoUneoulf j
Ilur Phone KtAsk for Jinx 01 1 ltu"', Mm. C. W. Cuivood, EnKlc- two 2-burner .1..tlr "lati., Mrha "t. Roth In good condition, brine a'M I'I'
JEFFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS wood Flat ': .lc. Caerwittekl" SI', E" lcwood. Inquire to help pay for :Inner pren*.type eamsera.See i .
'ERAL HAULING and conUactlnc 147 First Street Fort Mnrl Florida Alnve"'. Groeiv." Pete Cunover at Gondolier office _, i
work. Muck. fill dirt, .h.lI. und "Ev.ylhlnl In Real Estate" OUTBOARD MOTOR Silt h p. '
Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL W.UTwitch, 140.W wh Fw Charles ;
Edge. Phone 2011INTERESTED Gadd, Phone 1756. r

In rood masonry, and DESIRABLE..r"Vr"1. SELECTION sites In city of of busin Venice es WHEEL TRAILER hard.wo.d body. VENICE NOKOMIS AREA
oy o Interested new tmint. See at Bjron Earl Pure Oil
brick or block work, oil J K. Hill -" Address. Box 88 Venice you Fla.in.lirata. S\AI.n.. r
:e 1154NCRETE
ROOM HOUSE frame ""n.tn'cllo.., Sign Removed for 'Cine VOTERS
WORK end trucking Louis with seven lots In Nllkoml. 12,SCO, AIM
large corner 'lilt ln Bay Point, Tilrihone Is the Trail
Replaced on
Venice 2665 l
JI" rh.n D. Holland at Venice 205$. ;
Venice's large neon 'touil'f YOU HAVE MY SINCERE

I Sign a giant arrow pointing

To The VOTERS toward! town and dcstribitg{
I some of Its attractions was THANKS
Of SARASOTA COUNTY put back on in standard! : at the

corner of Venice AVe. and the For Electing Me Your Croup 2 i Kf

I wish to thank Tamlaral Trail on Wednesday
you for your support i afternoon.The f

'IIIII in Tuesday's Election. sign was taken down State Representative

Sept, 21, when it was feared
0. I FloirJa' oxiKit" hurricane

W. L. (Bill ) Woodard might was little head evidence this way cf the There storm Rest :i:, iiad that I shall do everythinguthin i

here, but the standard could my inner to further the interests (ni all of
I net be replaced until employees

14.741444449 4414444fd 44444441444444444444444iI.A of the Sharpe Sign Co of Sarasota Sarasota: County i1unn< n\ term.

could r'etutn for the Job.
For Rent or Lease t The marker still needs a new
tI coat of paint. James A. "Jim" Haley Sarasota

a Newly Built Apartments I
j r9
. Consists of "" C. of C.

... KITCHENETTE LIVING ROOM BED ROOM t 4 (Continued from Page one --- -

tit SHOWER TUB LAVATORY tn Club md he felt a Trail location Really ARE YOU SELLING your
JI Beautifully furnished with twin beds. Sealy mattresses and was needed so badly that If
house, lot farm?
a or your
::1tor cpilngs) Must be seen to be apprec'ated he would provide $500 to help install -
'* AA rest rooms in the old building Yours so you may be called: upon for Y
> CALL VENICE 2673 or WRITE to t ; if the chamber would match an abstract I
his donation. The decision to stay
MR S. 11'. SUSNJAR, Venice, Florida"Dress t at the Civic Center and try to ARE YOU BUYING a house.

#.rii...iria.,as .a r .,, ........... st I I open an information booth was DODGY Jet or farm If so, be sure you f
reached bj a voice vote a few Of ectHe an abstract\ or title In-
I ninutea later.Committees'.
16 j 1 to look into both
the secretarial Job and the' information NS lE a COME IN and we shall be t

Up"Your !I! booth plan were appointed glad to explain why you need /i ii
Haines last night
Isto LandLANDSCAPING I I Those who by will interview the five an attract or title Insurance.
for the
men who have applied
secretary job are Smyth Brohard '
till of Smitty Tavern, George Mitchell Abstract Companyof r'
JiI p- local barber, and H. S. Bowden -
Venice Food Shop t
of the Sarasota
etM LAND CLEARING Bt'LLDO/lNG Those who will study the information ,
booth idea are Joe Tom
Ben J r>r>mon
36IE and Blalock of the \ enice-Nokomis 'TACY ESTABLISHED 1921 SfRMrn1TrilPHONES
MOWING of Lots AcreageC.
Bank Jim Dick of the Rexall Z1J and mi 14} SIXTH STREET
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Drug Store and Chahez Lowe of Ilfr444414444444144444444441

I,I. HAROLD BATES Lowe's Grocery I When You Want A Plumber"Bad""!

atg ENGLEWOOD VENICE 3390 Roof ROOFING Work of All Kinds 1 1 Be Sure That He Is GOOD | "

Dependable Plumbing
aeI" rhon: Bus. 2873 Home 291
2 Contracting Repairing k

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: GONDOLIER Y1'iday.
Fillle EIht NovembU k'
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Christmas Plan Are Made 3rd Fish House to two cents a pound lace
Bowlakade ISmitty'$ By Rotary and Baptist Island through Mullet local Were then 15'
Opens on waters
,,, schools, Dunn It
Christmas plans have already cut resulted in explained" will
Win ,
Team Standings been decided upon by at least A new wholesale fish house, the 6,000 to the lay oC It
; I fishermen.'
two local organizations third in the Venice-Nokomis area, 210 fishermen Went
MEN LEAC.LE TP The Rotary Club voted last has been established in a recon- long strike at the time On, I
W L In Matches to work
Keg after
rt .ieer'. .. II 8 764e week at Its noon meeting at the verted army barracks on the east been an agineM
.. .. worked out
TliO with
.III..d IS a inland waterway chan- the d
Venire Ele.b'le. .... IS N 148 Country Club to sponsor a Community bide of the During th strike ,
Adojane I1 Is Christmas Tree for the nel Treasure Wand. Owner of l sued by John &
Joe-art. ...:::::":.:. :":.': 10 1t mI Bright-Shifted 'Stars'Still : on local Sanders, n"*
"Y ';acaee ... .. N U 746 children of the area. The tree the new place ia Gene Felicione, agent for the AFL
Venice Food ................ 6 IS 726Wolof Lead County Loop will be the Kentucky ,I whose father establishedthe Coast Fishermen's Union
set on Tampa,
.'UI nltu., ........ T 14 HO up the fishermen He
Highlights of the Venice Men's Military Institute parade groundsand Felicione & Sons Fishery In ing shoved around were""tired in 1
MaN'sIn" UUl: ,
W L Bowing League this week was upsetting a community Christmas par- Tampa in 1900. seek other outlets for and v

Vrok.e n..llo ... .... I I 645r01 of the Jbmittyjs Tavern ag- ty has been planned for the Felicione came here at the behest if necessarj He pointed: their ca'
.. of a group of local fishermen Price out
I T 2 620 by Adorjan Plumbing, cuts
.iAlmolul'on F.Im. .... i 1 GOT two gregation to one it was the second night of December 21, Further according to Capt. Ben Dunn' fishermen's frequent income reduced
J J Auutt I ,,:.. games defeat in a row for the bartenders details will be announced later of Bay Point. Dunn said the fishermen they could not afford 80 tIt much

"\11()\lIi\'1I IEAIE who are now tied for first The First Baptist Church has were dissatisfied with buying boats run
W L in team standings by the practices of other local fish is
place also decided on the date of its understood that '
'ft 'Ih .. 13 '.Ali tn; lewood Merchants. houses, which cut the price of opening of relic.one'i "
annual Christmas celebration It
EI"d I 1. IU II 142t mullet and other fish from onedidn't three fish houses pl
Other result of the week'smatches have
I. 11 671 will be held on Wednesday evening been
L '. 1 is ,63l at the Bow lakade saw the Ing the same prices for mullet
Hah: sinrle, 135 Vita! Beaub;tn'Football' Uuihdi ,\nip Jo art I Plumbing, December 22, In the church other fish These are 14 cent
l Venice furniui Sunday School: rooms act at all. Music for the pound for mullet
two out of three; 18 for
_.. ... ........ mack
show and dancing was played by 22 for trout
:! tOP two ?amen to Earl'sGarage The Rotary plans were apprcnel '- 14 for codfish
and the Venice hlecliics: Dave Duncan, the "one man band"from snook, 23 for snapper '
the council. and ,
Dinner Ends Tuesday by city Pu nta Gorda. 22 for 11
knock out two quick Wins over kmgfu-h
I which was told of them by Mayor
Methodist Youth Weeki Venice rood
'c-j c.. L.' wIn .. :. Louis Suter One councilman said -
.Y u '"
e Youth Fellowship of \en- I the Men "B' League, Venice he thought It a fine Idea, since For The Benefit of The

,(,.. \okon:,' Me:ho
evil the end of its jouth Oieeiij Fuel in team ktandmscs. and go around here without mu h
," It did so b hipping the gas "'
!uth.tie."edne! < day \e- > notice Jungle Garden and Groundsof
house bo\. taco out of three, losing
with served '
a banquet bjt
the i.addle wine b) only six "Kane ho Chlto"
Nokomis; WSCS in the church home of Dr. Susan foreon
"oo' ',,. \bout ''0 member and pies. the Vud ai.k' bdmondson Election Night Dancers IN NOKOMIS
... Farms laid! also bettered their position -
f V attended b) eweeeing J &. J Aircraft Had F.un-Then AnyhowWhile WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Speaker at the party was Rev. in t..lee ,4ra;ght game ,
.'.x' 1'ollf of Bradenton. Also invited Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays'
The Venice Women's League, some of them weren'tfeeling
were the board members of
the church and the Englewood scene of several upsets recently! *o happ the next morning I 3 TO S ".l\L MONTH OF NOVEMBER:

\ ash of the Youth Fellowship saw the name trend continue. TheoncelolI'ly the 150 members and guests
I "K" Club girls won Admission 35 cents
Theme for the decorations was three straight. games trom the who attended the election night
ootbdl! Goal posts were set up Venice Electric Petticoats, former party at the Venice Country Club

In the room and the" menus" were league leaders, and became topsin seemed to be having a good time.
twitted on paer; p!g km, the team btandiiig In the other The center of interest throughout
female contest, Snutty's Ta'ernreco'ered
let Tourist Folders Here from! their recent lump the evening! of course, was Quality Building Supplies
and took two games from Dse\- the giant blackboard on which

I tint copies of the Venice.Nok *n'i lexato. voting return were placed as they Since 1925
,>TH al ea'. new "tourist" folder Stars Cl Shirt came in over the radio And even
sere delivered I bj the printer jesi The Venice Merchants "Mlar4 Republicans enjoyed the process,
for the
<'r by the end of the week. The fold- blue sateen playing shirts this at that point. -0VENICE -
fix are printed i in three colors- week continued attractions included an
di to give a good
impromptu "talent" show
put on
it n, white green-and con- account of themsehes!
By beating
s by guests under direction of J.
tsars 33 pictures of rental
proper- the Mathers Furniture team twogames LUMBER CO.
'i:"-s and general attractions Some Leighton! (Count) Cornwell, former -
\ Wednesday
/ night at the
government who
10,000 are on older Sarasota bowladrome attorney, acted
they Eta'edtop as master of ceremonies Prizes
Venice Ave. at Seaboard Phone 3222
on of the county "All Star"
were awarded to those who
gallery' for' the second week in a on the best act: and to some who
j TAJPONCENTER row rhe> \e won 16 and lost 8
I in the championship circles. j'

The same squad didn't do so
well in a special match Sunday at
"radenton, however, for they lost SAVE Home

Tide Tables tao the against glory; the was host recovered team.by Someof the By Shopping At

local Bowlakade squad, formerly

VENICE INLET known It whipped as the another All Stars Bradenton"B" team. Why spend money for gas, oil and tnnsporhtioi:

Punta Rasa Correction) in the last two games aggregation to go shopping elsewhere ? Your hom -own .1 department

Hill UwIlilliii after getting a bad start and los-
Pat.. NOT, 8 2:19 a.m. ing the firstDecorator, store offers you these items imcnj t

S.n,. Nov. 7 6:01 a.m. 12,20 pm.N..n many at prices to match those in ANY neighboring
.. SO,'. ':11 a.m
J.III51..m. l:2 p.m. on Buying TripDr city.
'r "-' So,'. I' S:I? a.m. 12:41 a.m.
':55 I.m 2:21 p.m and Mrs C S Waite of Treasure

W.ii, \oi. in 7 87 i.m, 2139 a.m, Island will leave tomorrow Y
6:50: p.m I,08 p.m.Tbuta. for WOMEN
a short trip to Miami Mis For SMART THRIFTY
\:41i a.m ,
1):in'.m, :41 p.m. Waite will spend some time buying .

1 h. So,'. 12 1 in:22.Spin a.m.: : ti: a..m.: for her new interior materials.decorating supplies,shop etc., v All-Wool Sweaters . $1' 8

-0- which she operates under the ," :.,/'.
.s' ",
Live Bait name of'"Mary Carter." The shot: 'I i ;' Polo Shirts . . . $1 59

-Tkle- was formerly on Nokomis Ave \

but Is now located on the corner I, \ A Fine Selection of Other Pretty Girmcnts
All Types of Boats of West Venice Ave, and Nassau I I ..

Available At Our Docks St. The Waiter expect to return : And For MEN ADJUREDUNGAREES

8-0z Sanforized . . $1.98 I

1 : :J COVERT DENIM PANTS to. . . $2.69 t', I 1

PANTS . . $2.98 "



Also -
HArE . $1.98 '
/FHrft tDM'rwMDOWt A Fine Collection of SPORT SHIRTS $2.98

The lst: Way to pre- TIME W/SH/N6. Broadcloth Boy's SPORT SHIRTS $1.49. to $1.98 up

for y. Endicott Johnson WORK and
rare anevent 4 ..
$5.98 to $7.98
and to relax when it's j 1114, (Headquarters for Official Boy Scout Show)

over is with a cool ( f f USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLANA

drink prepared with ,,,tf'm; tel.J wonderful choice of Christmas Toys and Tree

Decorations, Bulbs and Ornaments.

JIM PONDER'S Venice Deparment Store :

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W. Venice Ave. Phone 2182 ,

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