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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: November 19, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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3, NO. 38"" FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS


!I C of C Directors
Blades' Son
r. Naming of Officials Congressman Warns

I I Discuss ChangesWith Only Action in ElectionSince It II

owns in BayearFamilyHome
their regular monthly no new candidates filed He'll Oppose Canal

meeting coming Just six day after petitions up to 5 pm. yesterday -

sweeping\ organizational the only activity In the ;

campaign for Venice City
changes,had been proposed by
Council this week was appointment Beach
the: general membership, the directors Says Community Chest
ll eaves Playmates of the Venlce-Nokomts of election official;

Falls in Water While Chamber of Commerce last night: at Tuesday night's council ses-

[Exploring with Dog acted upon or discussed most of! sion.Those H. Route Bad Drive to StartsFinal

the proposed alterations.The named were Capt.

R. Ide, Mrs. Ardrla LePelleyand
the water while most surprising action wasa For Venice
ailing( into I Mils Susan Talbot. inspectors Organization
decision to recommend at the
yinl near his parents' home and Commercial Artist C.
general membership meeting next Meeting Tonight
| Dona Bay, Nokomis, the 22- Friday night, that the new due E. Roush as police deputy V, s. Rrp. Roy O. Woodruff,
I
Mrs. Helga Roess Sled, citY
Inth-old son of Dr. and Mrs. scnedule set up by the members clerk also reminded local residents Michigan, disclosed yesterdaythat Preparing for the area's first

iu E. Blades died by drown- last week be reduced The sche- yesterday that Nov. 26 he would do everything Community Chest Drive, thupiesldents !

I early yesterday morning. dule leaves social membership' was the last day on which within his power to block the I and working members
at $5 but increases business -
per year
e; youngster, James E, Jim- candidates! can file petitions proposed Florida west coast Inland of all Venice-Nokomis organiza-
memberships to $25: from
\) Blades Jr., was found face the former $5 level. fond prospective voters can register waterway If the U. S. Engineers tions will hold a final organization : -

n In the water by his mother for the election. Voting U Insisted on running It meeting with Drive' Chair-
recommended -
The original change was
lout 9-49 a.m. He had been by a director's com- to take place on Dec. 7. through: the beach district of man J, T. Blalock at 7:30 tonight

Lying with a group of children mittee and approved by a 17 to 7 ,Venice. In the Civic Center I I fl|I (

|:'jr a few minutes before, but vote of the members. Other directors :I The congressman who Is staying The campaign Is scheduled to
Council Cancels at the Granada Apts. for 1 I
said last night they
parently had wandered off to Issued his start Monday with a house-to-
visit here,
month's
thought this too high, and thata !
plore the water's edge with his 410 minimum fee would be warning during a public hearing house\ canvass, so workers will re-

t dog. more reasonable. They also heldIt Restores LeaseAlthough I on the proposed canal yesterday ceive pledge cards and Instruc-

lifts. Blades did not know the would get more members, afternoon at tile Civic Center, tions at tonight's gathering. No

14 us missing until, hearing thereby standing a bettor chanceof it held a regular The hearing had been called bj goal has been set in the drive

; other children bid farewell to increasing chamber funds, and meeting on Tuesday and a specla commissioners of the West order Coast tc but It Is hoped the comm unity
District In
I that additional donations could session Wednesday of this! Navigation share of
on fair
:
Bone she surmised they were the project and deteimin will contribute a
(Continued on Page Eleven) week, the' Venice City Counci! explain t
her $53.708 objec
',Ing and went out to get public sentiment on It. Sarasota County's
ended almost where It started ot :
n. A frantic search led her tit that occupied most oi Woodruff Is a member of the tive. '
the subject
bayfront some distance frome Memorial Services Held its time. house ways and means committee -' Sponsored by Rotary t' .!,.

| house, where the pet dog For Dr. Schramm of PTAA This was the small, cityownedbulldlng in congress, which would have The Venice Rotary Club It 1
I
helplessly on the ban at W, Venice Ave. and to pass on any request for fund sponsoring the drive locally, with
memorial service was held I the canal Explaining -
ve his fallen master. the Tamiami Trail. The council- for constructing Blalock A W Morernen and A B
Wednesday evening at the Ven- that he felt the canal 11 11I
Fishermen Answer Call decided Tuesday that since committee.Other
men its
ice-Nokomls Methodist Church would be detrimental to 'the nicest Hider on
|Two fishermen, Angus Mclni for Dr F M B Schramm, who died no rent had teen paid to the city spot in Florida' If It cut clubs participating In the collection -
i and Norman Robinett, rush- at by J. E. Bartlett Sr, since he leased district he the Venice- p
I suddenly Monday afternoon through the beach of donations are
the .
I to Mr\ Blade's aid when they 1 Formal the property last spring said who is not go- No-Vel '
his home on Myrtle Ave. its rightsIn i 'I'm one man : Nokomis Woman's Club,
within
rd her cry out. Robinett 1m burial were to taks\ council would be the engineering depart-
services and void and ing to let Legion and its .
the lease
American
ediately began to apply artlfi I place at Dr Schramm's former declaring disposition ofthe ment of the government destroythe Post Nokomis Community { "
other
I respiration, while Mclntoen home in Johnstown, Pa. making some beauty of this city.' He add- Auxiliary. Club.Contributions. ,;
Lions
4 nearby neighbors summoned Wednesday night's service wasa building. ed he was sure other members of and from this area > ..
Wanted to Sell
by telephone, with hUn.
p who, In his congress would agree
to man
tribute
a the Boy
j Police Chief Herbert O. HaneY.an:1 two and a half years In Venice, Declaring they felt the prop- '._.., necessary' he stated I'll bring will! aid In the Scouts work ot Cripple J, ..,
T &' Thompson, I I erty should be sold, so as to obtain member of the commute* Scouts Girl '
: Dr. had given mfich of his time and every the Salvation K
Clinic,
several city
retire Children's
i of Venice, arrived about five effort to civic affairs and par funds and down here and show them ho1'foolish "" Sarasota Welfare f|
voted to and the
nutes later and joined the bar ticularly in youth activities. He bonds, the councilmen this plan would be; Army jj
Bartlett of the cancella- Home.
for the youngster's life. Han formerly was scoutmaster of Venice's notify 50 at Meeting
have
ey helped RoWnett give arts Boy Scout Troop and at the tion. The action was encouragedby the The meeting, attended by about Two previous meetings with the a
A. B. Hider ol in connection
sal respiration, while! Drmnpson president' an offer of charge of been held 1
time of-his death was Twelve) 50 persons, was la
(Continued on Page 1i
administered a stlnv (Continued on Page Twelve) County Commissioner Wlllam L. drive. i

ant and gave other medical aidfen a- Woodard of taurel. J H Merrin, I

i was applied by Glen Jen- engineer and procurement office: Two Draft Violators Held

nt, Hollywood Apts., after he AgedNegro's Savings StolenAttacked for the West Coast Navigation For FBI After Found Here

obtained two tanks from District, was also present to explain -

am son's office and Barry i the present status of the Ticked 'up for questioning by

flmblsh had 'secured another by Convict tim could get to his feet. canal proposals.The Police Chief Herbert O. Hanchey

!II Anthony Dyseven's filling He Had Befriended Another resident of the quarters beach route, according to here on Wednesday, two out-of-

atlort was attracted by the com- Merrin. would run from Robert'sBay town youths were turned over to

[The child's father, reached at A.W.. Williams. 75.yearoldLaurel motion and fired a shot at Scriv- In the northern part of tlr 1 the U. S, Border patrol when It

offices as he returned from hsorning : Negro, was robbed of hi! ens, but missed The holdup nw city to Lemon Bay south of the vas discovered that neither had

< rounds at the Sarasota life savings last Saturday night was later arrested in Sarasota, town, and would be nbout 50( registered for the draft In Sep-

Vital, arrived a short time air as he prepared to leave for Mon where he admitted gambling feet east of the beach through tember. '

the others. He Joined Dr..Olnpson ticello to live with his daughter away. or losing all 'but $46 most of Its length. He said this The boys were Identified a*

In attempting to re- The money, $557, was taken by of the money he had take route was favored by the engineers Gene E. Sullivan, 20, of Alexan- ;,

|ve the child through medical another1 Negro Eddie Lee Scriv- An escaped convict from a Belle because It was shortest ol dria, Va., and Joe Orvll Williams,

but the fight,was abandoned ens. The latter had posed as the: Olade camp, he had also taken several alternates and would cost 19, of Athens, Ohio. Hanchey said

4 the boy declared dead ..r- old man's '"friend" and helped some of Williams' new clothes,, less than the others. the two had aroused his suspicions -

and 15 minutes after.lt be- him shop for a"hew suit and oth- but left everything but a shirt at No decision can be made on II early this week by hanging

n. er "going away" clothes earlier the Laurel quarters. \ until the matter has been prq- around the Bowlakade in parts
a former Venice uniforms, and boasting
|ftinera services were to be 1n the day. Williams seated to congress however and of army
worker, was back yesterday had been In the army
street crew that they
at 10 this 'morning at the The robbery took. place In the In Merrin said the engineers would
flee Williams at his job raking beds routes If the cityor but "got out" because they didn'tlike
Nokomis Methodist Laurel Negro quarters. consider other
-
philosophical
Scrivens, a the Key .Nursery.. He was would pay for it.The.
urch L. when
with the Rer. George was undressing hls'loss and 'hop other sponsors
about Investigation
his h1et raid
r officiating. Burials will be tall, husky man attacked to the extra cost of 'construction.
ed he would still be able to go had been in serr
threw
Mansfield companion and was also proved.neither
route
w., the family'shome. rail, tiny at quar- Opposition, t9 the
A friend the turnthe
old man "Montlcello. : border patrol was to
Miller ground. The Ice Whet
iliri to the couklrpointng 'was expressedl by ,President
that he
for
II1e boy only fought back, but,.was Impeded! ters doubled Robert B BaynarjjI 'ofttht, VeniceLand'Co. youths ojtr'to the FBI
,
was the Blades' I hung out'"he's: : an old map aryt, on charges of violating the
they } action
his as *" wko large tracts
The family her I bl trousers be' able to save that .. owns
I III
'U*. th dget6e joi dls- around his knees, and Scrlyensas till never _(Continued.jmJPage,,Twp) selective.service! .apt,
ifcto
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VENICE,60NDObIER: Pr day, NOVemberENGLE'S
PsCe Two .
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ci ";:l.U' :*; s'Vtn tl'a- deht-
I ; Police Chief Gr61\Imolh-r Canal
chen bes.dcs; PoJics CXef' Har
I Dies at Home in Vv auciula
TEA ROOM chey and eight greatgrandchildren. (Continued frolll Pare 0IrI
Funeral services were held this Of
property
ON HIGHWAY 775 ENGLEWOOD afternoon at 4 o'clock for Mrs Coming to Florida from Wilmington right-of-way:along the
I PHONE VENICE 24S6DK1C10US PennHajichey, 15, who died N. C., Mrs. Hanchey hal ler. who settled General here hTk.- ?
Wednesday morning at her home resided In Wauchula for about 48 tired from *
the
r SAT1SFVING MEALS In Wauchula The services were ye....!. Sr. of army: T 11'*
held at the Wauchula First Bap- Nokomandotheix
l L'unchcoa 12-2 Dinner 5')O. 8:30 ---
Baynard
tint Church, of which she was a asserted the
SUNDAY DINNER HOURS: 12:45 h'lO 5:30.10 member. The Lemon Bay Post of the would be 'a llmy dlt.ch'
II1d
Mrs. Hanchey Is the grandmother American Lerlon. Englewood, will It would be W deep that j boa
Thanksgiving Dinner of Police Chief Herbert sponsor a Thanksgiving Eve wouldn't see Venice, -unit,.
also dance next Wednesday evening at climbed on a ladder
Hanrhey of Venice. She at they,
12:30.8:30 $1.75 leaves four sons Herbert Han- the Woman's Club house. Mrs L through' Wrede bell tat

chey Sr. Venice; Roy Lee and A Alnger will be chairman and the canal into.the My>dW
.I Oscar, all of Wauchula: a daughter Johnny Edmondson and his orchestra er, east of town. WOUld p
Wild ---- Mrs. May' Bloodsworth.! also will furnish music drainage that would '<0IiDI
I I thousands of acres' nf ,__

Our ? CandidatesThis Dresden Early American and opponents land that recommended now is useless. 9,

along the railroad east
of
ti
Staffordshire Imported GlassFurniture
year we have: witnessed the strange spectacle Some Favor RouteA

: of the President of our City Council person- Bric-a-br.ic: different attitude "II
pressed by other member
ally circulating: petitions for three of the Candidates: audience, who cliimed! thet

in the forthcoming municipal election. To make Opening Friday, Nov. 19- route would be an asset\
would
Increase Venice
matters worse, there is a rumor to the effect that values and bring many p v

these Candidates were !selected' at a "hush-hush" QUINN- yachtsmen and others to (

conference in someone's back room. The net result here.

is an uneasy feeling that there may be a moveon City Councilman George!
for Instance paid he was to b
foot to turn our municipal government over to Authentic Antiques vor of It. Explaining tint I

a self-perpetuating\ clique.It family had first settled hoe i

Princess Hotel BIdg. Punta Gorda/'Fla, 1880, he averted local I
may be that the Council Present's inten- properties had 'no more \

tions are the best in*the world, and tint when the nov than they did! 60 yeas qa|
He said he would be uilllajl
,deadline is reached: the Candidates in question will contribute to the canal

prove to be the best in the field. But it would seem because '1 don't want the ton

tc. be no more than ordinary discretion to inquireas I.P.CIA&E: f be the same my children prow up as It boar
to whether these Candidates are under obligations The councilman also POinted

to anyone, or if they have pledged themselvesin 1 that 'you don't ace any i
THE BEST ditch along the east coast
WAY TO <
:\ to any particular course of action. This
'
BE COfifn-ATT route, and urged his listener
is particularly important in view of the fact that YWLOrSTOJIM WITH remember what that canal

two r.f the Candidates!' in quesion are comparative 8VIUJAHOUS/ONIT. done for Miami Beach and o
,
communities
newcomers in Venice :and\ are unknown quantitiesto The
best t to
tvny pre- Jinn Casper n, local Ie
most of us.
and former councilman, nidi
pare for any event .
Past It also disagreed with the COD
experience Ins proven that undercover
and to relax when it's r lion that running the
.
organization and persc'{awl! soliciting, with little or along the beach would!

no regard for either the truth or the true issues, over is with a cool : Venice. He stated he I'UI i

are the best meansto: bring about a Candidite's: elec drink prepared with necessarily favoring that ]
I but that when It ns first |
tion. Unfortunately, for us, they :ire not the best ', I, l fr'. I I posed in 1933 he examined !

means for providing good government.' Why not east coast canal and found I
It had led to beautification
let 'us be open and above 1 board this time? PONDER'S route In many cases. Ca

further Insisted a canal whelp
(This Advertisement Inverted! by FINN W, CASPERSEN. PACKAGE LIQUO-R.S I the area by provldim! !
Reg Real Estate Broker, In the public Interest.) low-priced method of shlppl
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whereas the present high
s freight rates are a handicap t t
prevent Industrial de\elopw

explained other Merrin
Ott yo UD empbw
of the canal plans and
cd that all the engineers and DI'
llgatlon district surveyors
after now Is information n
presentation to congress.ROOFING,
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Roof Work of All KInds

l ALVIN P. JONES
BUILD A MAGNIFICENT DINNER WITH THESE TASTY, NUTRITIOUS INGREDIENTS Phones: Bus. 287J- Home WMitchell's

TENDER YOUNG :TURKEYS CHICKEN'S
IGA or Ocean Spray
17
o/ AT LOW PRICES 1
Cranberry Sauce . 17c ICE

Grrrn Giant 2 17-oz. cans IGA Mince Meat, 8 oz. 15c CREAM

Peas 35c
IGA Pumpkin, No. 21-2 can IScSwansdown 1
IGA Whole Kernel l-oz. can 1 Pint Brick 25c
Golden Corn . . 17C pkg. . . 37C ,

Royal Guest 1.lb. Baker's Chocolate 1-2 lb. SNOPP/NO
37CDelicious
Coffee 43c 4 WEEKS IrEFT
Planters S a II,.d' t-oz. Apples, 2 Ibs. 29c
eats
Mixed Nuts . . r
25c Yellow Onions, 3 Ibs . I7c
SYlvia 3oz. bottle
Stuffed Olives , 25c IGA Extracts, 1 1-2 oz. bots. 25c

Sunshine i.ib. NIX Sno-Kreem, 3 Ibs . 99c r
Krispy Crackers . . . 25c

F tmore i-ib, cello He Print Butter in
Cranberries . . .2 4c _
Barber
Quarters 69c lb.

COMPLETE SELECT OF BOTTLED BEVERAGES Wwew. CNa1tl

.4. VENICE, FOOD SHOP: LOW MNr <;ES Dr.. Thompson Bldg< A

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VEOTCB! GONDOLIER
Page Three

Ex Police Chief -

bity Venice BudgetsA Use Gondolier Classified
Recalled Ads -Call. 3131 :
by ArmyGerry
Public Notice appeared in the Venice Gondo.ier ,
under date of August 22nd 1947 f
advertising Leaves
Hospital
,
hearing to be held
i public ; on September 2nd. 1947 Heads for Texas Lab
mKa Tentative Budget. The Tentative ami
Budget
he estimated receipts were there shown in detail. Gerry Pestotnik, former Venice Thanksgiving Dinner f
police chief, advised the Gondolier
he notice was signed by Clyde V.
Higel in
Mayor a letter this week that he had
While another Budget was adopted in ials recovered from severe back burns From 12 to 2 and 5 to 8
,o such publicity was given to the I 10is Budget' that he received in a steel mill accident .
mi no cpen invitation! was given to the taxpayers at Cleveland, Ohio He was
o attend a meeting where they could be heard released from the hospital after be- f
or ing confined there for several!
he important question of how the City's money weeks, he said.Pestotnik :
ys to be spent. also disclosed that
Because: I believe that all taxpayers of the Citv while still hospitalized, he had received
of,f Venice should knew about how it is proposed to orders recalling him to dutyas l f
a first lieutenant in the U. S. l
spend their money, I am running a copy of the lat. Air Force. He was to leave Cleveland
est Budget as it now appears: 011 the bulletin about Nov. 15 with his wife. ;
11 oarJ of the City Clerk's offiL'eBUDGET the former Miss Josephine Edmundson ,
tl tlIt's
.. of Venice, and will report tlj
" Nov. 20 at Sheppard Field j
CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA Wichita Palls Tex.
General Fund Rose From Rank Ready and Waiting
" Year Ending Oct. 31, l 111411| The former police chief, who resigned j
Administration: in June after heading the . And Is It Good! .
local force since January of 1946! ,
City Clerk S3loo.oo Roast Vermont Turkey and all
first came to Venice as an enlisted the trlmmln'jfrom
Clerical Help ooo.oo man at the local army air base. He shrimp cocktail to home made apple,
Legal, Audit & Appraisal ;550.oo was a sergeant of military police mince or pumpkin pie.
Stationery & Printing 350.00 hen he left here for technical LAMB. HAM: AND A tA CARTE DINNERS, .
Miscellaneous training: at Yale University in July, TOO -
300.00 1943 and he returned to Venice asa
Equipment 400.00 $ 7,0oo.oo lieutenant after two years overseas I Only $1.50
fire Department: as an armament officer with
Chief the; 9th Air Force.
Assistant. 2400.00 900.00Gas Lt. and Mrs. Pestotnik will visit Gulf Grill RestaurantGulf
his parents at Boone, la., whileon
Oil & Repairs 175.00 their way to Texas. He will be
Miscellaneous ;25o.oo assigned to experimental work In Theatre Bldg. Venice
Volunteers loo.oo the fighter aircraft armament laboratory -
at Sheppard Field. .
Hydrant Rental IGqo.oo 5,425.00. .
Police Department:

Chief Assistant ;2400 2100.00.00 I STONE

Gas, Oil & Repairs 720.00 I ? eVES I
Miscellaneous ()(I.oo 5,520.00
Street Department: Is Happy t
Garbage Removal 4420.00

I Miscellaneous Gas Wages, Oil & Repairs 8500.00 2000.00 500.00 .- The Opening ( ;

I 'Street Lights 3200.00
of Their
City Engineer 300.00

Equipment 400 oo 19320.00

General City Engineer: 2100.00 1948-49 SeasonFor

Buildings, Upkeep &
Repairs 3100.00
Streets & Sewers 3000.00 Packing and Shipping
Insurance & Taxes 650.00

Advertising Contingencies 1000.00 600.00 I0,75l.co' Their Tree Ripened u

Parks & Recreation: 2,500.00TOTAL famous

$51,115.00
Estimated Miscellaneous Receipts:

Bartlett Lease 600.00 Oranges & GrapefruitAs
Fire Sta. Apt. Lease 300.00
Occupational Licenses 4500.00
Water Works Bookkeeping 600.00
Fines & Forfeitures 600.00 Fine As Nature and Good Care Can Produce

Dog Licenses 35.00
Air Base Leases 4300.00 The Fruit is

Road & Bridge Fund 102'2.00 The Price is RIGHT
Delinquent Taxes 5000.00 16,957.00To
be raised by Real Estate & The Service Is
Personal Property Taxes $14,158.00'

If I should be elected to the City Council for May We Suggest that a Box of our fine Citrus Fruit will be a welcome Holidaygift
t the one year term at the Election to be held on December for your friends in the North. We Shjp!
7th> 1948,1 I pledge that I will do all in my
POwer to have the Budget figures: published before Mighty Good for Home Consumption, Too!
t hey are. finally adopted, and give all taxpayers a
c Chance'to be heard in connection with the proposed And Our Prices to Local Buyers are Most Reasonable -
:expenditures
+,

GRAHAM' FRENCH Stone GrovesA.

Candidate for a seat in Council,

One year term, at the elections, B. HIDER Owner F. E. PLATT, Manager
i to .be held December 7th, 1948. Phone Venice 2963 Phone 2962
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VENICE GONDOLIER Priday, ROV a


LettersTo I worker I .
Appeal ?r>mb-r. of a local Comm't'ec *
I NEED .rR1rIG?
that will help Gadd are Jame
Launch Area's T. BJalock, a director of the Phone ,THE GONDOLIER
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ty association; President COUD-I I Venice 3131.
Haines of the local BAKERY
Xmas Seal Sale
commerce; C of C Secretary B .
E, Bowen, Mrs George Devlin of I Oadd outlined the history of -
Nokomis, and Rex Hardin Directors the Christens Seal movement Mince- Pies -
Tuberculosis ActivitiesTo -
and chairmen of the county last night In a'talk before the 65p

be Explained by association were to meet at 4 Woman's Service Club, which met Pumpkin, Pies .. g-
Gidd, Mr, & Mrs JonasThe pm, today at the Florida Power at the home of Mrs H. S. BoWden -
and ,Light BIde in Sarasota. f on Palermo PI Fruit: CakePriced
nation's 42nd annual
Christmas Seal Salevill b launched in the Venlce-Nckomis "Rastus, pass de 'lasses" I
Englewood area on Monday Rastus (He's teen up Nawtli "Don't Fay lasses, saymolaes. PLACE .YOUR" ORDERS NOW
when residents of all three com ." I
munities will receive a supply of "How I say mo' 'lasses? Ain't had no 'lasses yeti SPECIAL: WE WILL ROAST YOUR HOLIDAY
Tppg':
seals and a letter of explanation IF YOU IIA\ENT HAD SOME; YET ORDER NOW TO A GOLDEN. TURN IN OUR, BIO OVEN !
through the mall ONLY MOO
Fat Longleaf Pine Firewood I WE'LL USE YOUR DRESSING OR FURNISH
The drive, in charge of the DELICIOUS RECIPE FOR A SLIGHT EXTRA CHABc1
Sarasota County Tuberculosisand :
JACK DENISON I
Health Assn. Is being sponsored -
in Venice, Nokomis and Box 145 or ;Phone 2832 or 2995 Venice, n.... I L & S BAKERY

Laurel by the local Lions Club. "Let's Be Warm Friends" I 30r W. Venice Ave. Phone 3135
In Englewcod, Kales will be directed -
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by Mr. and Mrs. William
Jonas, with Jonas as chairman .
The letter to be issued to al:l
cnire-Nokomis residents Is signed -
by Charles R. Oadd, high .
fchiol athletic director, who W8.<
appointed drive chairman b:, J1fig'
Lions evident Ralph SimpsonIt v
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does not mention the goal of
the campaign, but explains that O
12000 more than last year will 'O
have to be raised because of tl'e '
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Increased cost of medical supplies -
etc. This is about 50 per.
cent more than last 'I'ar's figure.
Utilities (Planned IIO

Gadds letter also lists 'activities
that are planned It the dnv
1< succevsful These include mass
$ill
:X-Riyj: for 8255 persons in U)' 0 0TO

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county helping to purchase
equipment for the X-Ray clin;c.
providing training lot county BRING FLORIDAMORE
health workers, providing: personal -
services for santtorium patients .
helping with school: health POWER
programs and paying for a part-
lime Negro health educatlo
BETTER SERVICE

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Venice Phone 2964

ONE !SHOW MOIITtY

Box Office Opens 7 30
Show Starts 8:00

Short Subjects Shown Before
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Recorded Stories with Music eYES
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Eddie glean of the and lawless with we've ordered equipment for
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Also great .new ,electric generating

Special News Short and Cartoon, Comedy, Unit.. our seventh major' power

Recording Piper: of Columbia Ilamlln Pied plant project since the war. We've

Sunday-n-. Monday upped our $85,000,000 improvement -
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"The Sainted Sisters" programtp'$100,000,000

They men had or money taking ways starring with .:still ;pushing ahead :our, plans[ to

Barry Lake FHxerald.eronlca, Joan: Caulfield give you the bqst"elje.ctric service

Latest News ShortRecording and Selected ITIPJJy'PP'ftiL:! it ,le.
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Choice of One: Chas. McG. Roberts, Nokomis -
OYSTER COCKTAIL clubwoman, has been appointed MY OBEY BOXlwet
SHRIMP COCKTAIL by the American Cancer Societyas .
CLAM CHOWDER "lieutenant commander" for the
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Venice, Nokomis and Laurel dis-

V-8 COCKTAIL trict.A.
committee of seven local wom-
RELISHES en will work with MM. Roberts in
PINEAPPLE CHEESE SALAD educating the public on cancer. Ta-

Entrees: bles with literature on the disease l
ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY will\ be set up at various points in
GIblet Gravy, Cranberry Sat.ce the area. A nurse will also be
BAKED VIRGINIA HAM, Guava Jelly 'I brought to the Civic Center some-
time in the future
to answer .
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ROAST PRIME RIB OF WESTERN BEET AU JUS '
tions on the subject.
ONE-HALF FRIED CHICKEN (Disjointed)
The actual drive will not be held
Choice of Two: r until next April. The sponsor will .-:"',.
WHIPPED POTATOES, CANDIED YAMS, be the auxiliary of the No-Vel Post .f
FRESH BAKED HUBBARD SQUASH GARDEN PEAS American Legion. t
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TEA or COFFEE HOT ROLLS. BUTTERMINCEMEAT
I ee are Mrs. Vincent Dixon,
PIE. PUMPKIN PIE! APPLE PIE: All
ICE CREAM Mrs. Sam Colgate, Mrs T. M. :?
Wrede Jr., :Mrs. A. W. Moremen,
Please Make Reservations Early Mrs. H. P. Kuykendall, Mrs.George
M. Edmondson and Mrs. Thelma

Palm GrillVenice Tresher.This group attended a regional V /nf jDJo t/l)

meeting and luncheon of the (UNUSUALCANDIES
Cancer Society at 10 a.m. today --s
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#UHHUH4'U"IH##""" Santera: Pctpone
FN 'Legion Women RefuseTo M!eet'Toe
; Sunbeams,
youn
: Janie's Jottings elre-n' croup of the Plrst get 4.

i Church. will meet
next
\\'l By Janet T Conover afternOOn at the chUrch

/>> Gondolier Social Editor j Accept Resignation School who usually rooms meet, The the 7o

s first.
third Tuesday ,In .
Arriving in Venice Tuesday afternoon were Mr and Mrs. James; skipped their the SI
President meeting
L. Stinson of Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Stinson before her marriage In August Of Auxiliary So next Tuesday this VNk'

was: ,Patricia Wlmnien The young couple is visiting with her take its place, session ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. H N. Wimmers of Pedro St. They will return

to Atlanta sometime next wetk By the way Mi and Mrs. Wimmers Buddy Pratt, a former
celebrated their silver wecldin -- Mrs. Kuykendall of Venice, but now rs **|

anniversary last ednesday 1 I tally part of next week to spend Methodist Church to Give home to Tampa, was in makl! ( Iii I
tow
Congratulations!' 'I I I Thanksgiving and a two-week 20th Annual 1 Xmas PageantThe week renewing acquaintance 14;!
-oMr -- vacation with Mr and Mrs Howard AgreestoRemain his many friends here, .4'
of the Venice Bay 20th annual presentation -
and Mrs Robert N Jennings Biiley
who have been itimmeiin Trailer Park Mr Schutte is Mrs PleaBy of the Venice-Nokomis

up in Newcastle, Ird. are expected Erilev's biother-ln-law, On Group's 'Chiistmas Story Pageant" will EtGLEWoon'E
be held on December 19th at lCI
In Venice around the 15th -o- .

cf next month. Meanwhile: Mr. Mrs Dorothy Cullty of Flora, a unanimous vote, the members the Venice-Nokomis Methodist IIOl''E\nn.

Jennings' cousin and the la tier'.;; J'l!! is in Venice visiting her of the Auxiliary of No-Vel Church, It was announced this LET US PREVENT
wile Col and Mrs David! H Jenhlgs mother and dad Mr and Mrs week by Rev George L. Harper -
,Post, American Legion, have decided minister of the church. THOSE WASH.
also of Newcastle ale Heroeit 0 Hanchey, DAY
Beeping the home flies bmnng; at -oWe not to accept the resignation The pageant has become av

the Jennings home on SonentoCi have learned that Judge) of their president Mrs. Ruth tradition of the Methodist, BLUES

: Col Jennings retired from the 1 Johnathan P Wright of Weirs WH Kuykenclall The resignation wa group and each year draws

army this year and he and his! 1 .. was taken '11 at Concord, N presented in a letter to the executive people from other churches In
v tfe ixptct to make their home the area During the years new
his wlnt
:I H. while enioute to r board at a special mee\inc
Kmcvtlieie along Flor: a'lI west, home 01 Harbor Dr. His man costumes and stage features
coast This Is their first trip :o I lends in Venice: will! be glad to last Friday night have been added to make each

\',nice and they like it u lot. theysay 1 tnaw; that ha is now much 1m-I The decision to reject the resignation yeai's presentation more beau-
I was made Monday evering tifi.1 than the last, Mr Harper
proved in health and hope that
-oMri I hi will com be able to continue at the regular meeting of said We do vavliin arJ dry
Parker W Page arrived last I the Auxiliary in Legion Hall. MisKujVendall ,
his Journey to Venice and Flat cleaning ,
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withdrew her resignation quiAlj:
Thursday at her home In Nokomis Ida's sunshine
for the winter months She -OMr : after conferring with a Attendance Is Increasing for rensombkjric .
her committee appointed during the i At Country Club BuffetsThe
had been visiting: granddaughter.
M" LolaV Lawrenofof and Mrs James V Harn of seslon FREE pickup and delis
Nassau St. entertained at an
Short N. J.. since the end regular Tuesday evening cry. Venice \\
Hills. : I Armistice Day family di.ner Ratty -, Reasons Giun buffet suppers at the Venice on onJajsNokcmis } ,
of Scp'tmber Pieumn to that for Mr and Mrs E W Drlggcnand In announcing her resignationMrs. Country Club are In on Tuesdajs
increasing } ,
date she resided for the summerat children Billy, Eddie and; Kuykendall had stated that Englewood
RVWlnp I popuarity, according to A W. on Fri.iays-
cottacc In Weckabaug
Ur: Chailes, all! of LiuH: Mrs E i?; her action was "necs Hated by I Moremen, assistant
at
manager
I. Dilgsers of Venice, and M D A: :I the demands of personal busIness the club.Fjftyfive. or on special cilk:
-o- Berman of Auadia Young Bobby which at this: time is most
were present at this
Mr and Mrs T M Wied1Sr and Mary Ham were also at the u>gent and requires my entire at- week's affati! as compared to 37 Phone 2'Mi NOWVenice

of Nokomis are their daugh- party Mr: and Mrs Harn and I tention. Mrs. Kuykendall also the first week The
ttr Mi. G J Montgomery; and family) Mrs E E Daggers and said that she felt she could not this week bedecked dining room
was
with cro- Laundryand
her year-old son. Tommie, of St Mi and Mrs E W Drigeers and devote: sufficient time during: the tons
I and dew drops and the centerpiece -
Petering Mr Montgomery family will 'pend ThanksgivingDay next few months to her duties as the
the weekend here and MisMontgompiy on food-ladm table
spent with Mrs H.arn' sister, Mi president of the organization.
was made of large red flowers. Dry Cleaning Service
Tommie will
and
I and Mrs C L White hence
of Wauchula.j jo she thought someone else The club has
middle of announced that
Flay until the nevi -. should) 'take over'In
week Its dining room will be open six MostenUe A\e
,
A surprise birthday party was asking her to reconsider, the days a week, omitting Friday,
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given[ Vc-ndav night at the Ven
auxiliaiy committee Informed
starting Nov: 2R The
buffet
suppers
Gen 11 K Bird of Hewitt ice Country Club for Herb Myen, Mrs. Kuykendall that the membership DIRS. ANNE IRLS
Land'i will continue to be
served
irg, N 1 is now in on
manager of the club by Ills wif at large would be williiu Tuesday evenings j
the winter season at his home ont
and young daughter, Sue. MiMjers to assume some of her presidential
Treasure Klaid said he was "really1 sui- duties. It also said they would

-o- I priced and "didn't suspect a help out in every way possible if
Mrs Wiliam Bellamy and Mrs thing" Those who sang Happy she would resume her post.
George Hiu ('r left Venice Sun- Birthday to him were Mr and Mrs
day for Miami, where they attended rdw'n: Gray., Mr and Mrs A B Welfare Home Report KING FURNITURE CO.

a leadeis' conference of Hider, Mr and Mrs Leslie S.eck. Vt Monday's meeting a report
tne Women Missionary Union at)I It ley, Mr and Mrs A'V Moremer. was given on the new Sarasota

t} the Miami Fret Baptist Church I I'Mr find Mrs Graham French, Mr Welfare Home, In which a room "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"

They returned Wednesday evening and Mrs Elliott Paul, Miss Carol was furnished by the auxiliary
Paul and Harry Mirle Inciden- Mrs Mabel Surls: Mrs Lester,

tally, Monday was also the 11th Luckey and Mrs Ralph Q Simpson Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. Myers
Harry E Schutte of Millington,I Ic wadding anniversary of Mr and: received guests at the home

lid.. will arrive in Venice the Mrs oremen. I I Sunday when it was open for inspection -

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H' DROP} IN TO SEE OUR FULL I INC OF: A game and card party was

SCHOOL SUPPLIE3 YARD GOODS also planned by the Auxiliary WATCH BUSTED? JEWELRY BROKEN?

women, It will be held at the
GREETING CARDSLadies' HANDKERCHIEFSLINENS LET U PUT THEM IN
Civic Center on a night still to
and Children s HOSE
be announced Mrs Emma TIP-TOP SHAPE.
H
LJnnea COSMETICS
Stamped ART GOODS a
Wool ard Cotton YARN NOTIONSALL Reilly will be chairman of the affair Honest WorkReasonable _

KINDS OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS Price <

5 to 10 DayS Service
Sarahay Novelty ShopOn U. S. Res Roy 0 Woodruff of g'\\

Michigan, and Mrs Woodruff, are
the Trail OPP. Osprey School Sara :31-2Z9 I veiling in Venice for a month. Shrode Jewelers .

'-"' =mlllilIIfI; [ lIl1lI1fllll 1'1111 II ------I-----111I11 dill They are staying at the Granada GULF THEATRE BUILDING VENICE
Court Apts. -

First Time Offered.
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DO YOUR LAUNDRY in
The only available waterfront lots in this exclusive
section with views overlooking both beautiful Dona and
Venice Bays BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHING MACHINES

This is connectingland! between Enchanted'Isles and SELF SERVICE ATTENDANT SERVICE
Point 0' Palms Estate, located on Sunrise Drive in

Nokomis: Lots are restricted to minimums of 100 ft. of VENICE TUBATORIUM AYE.
waterfront and 200 ft in depth. 249 w. VENICE
High land County Taxes
only Riparian rights
z and Title insured Uniform setbacks to preserve' the Vet Wash up to 8 Ibs. 40c
beauty of the views.

REASONABLY PRICED Extracting up to 8 lbs. lOc
Only 1100 ft. available See your local broker or calla "

E. G. ENGMAN Dr Ong . . per Ib. 5c


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VENICE GONDOLIER
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lurtain Rises Next Week Vi-No Churches to Hold BaptislWMU.oiuOfTraining. m
1. Union 11iankfiving the 'tail feathers and a paper

I head was attached to the otter
In 'We Shook Family Tree'I Four churches of the community i
will participate 1m a union School l side of the plate. Paper busbe

Thanksgiving service next Wednesday basjcetej filled with candy corn
[tothor' of Senior Plays -

4d Kin of Sarasotans from which the play was adapted evening: at the Venice-' Mrs. Murrlell Thompson If were also presented to the guests

was recently a best seller and Nokomis Methodist Church, Laurel was hostess at her horn) Guest List

e! curtain will rise at 8 p.in. was In the Reader's Digest !book I Rev, George 1.. Harper, minis Tuesday evening to the member Attending the party-meeting
and Tuesday eve- section, : ter of the church wll preside at
Monday were Mrs J D Fann Sr, Mrs J D
oi the Woman's Unionof
annual play.present the service The Thanksgiving ser- Missionary
s on the Parts will be taken George Hlget. MIs
by Martha FbJin Jr, Mrs
the seniors of the Venice Adams, James mon will be given by Rev. O I he First Baptist Church. A
y Franklin, Charles Everett Drt,-
lest) amis High School Futch, Oampbell Crawford of the First talk was given by Mrs. Harold Oayle Zeigler, Mrs J
Betty Lee
hMl0 chosen this Is Johnston. Betty Baptist Church pers Mrs Douglas Arnall, Mr t (i
e play year Childers, Raymond Mitchell, Lil- Zelgler a group member, on the
t Shook the Family Tree." The lian Taylor Glenn Stevens Mary In previous years, these two WMU Training school in Louisville D Stephens. Mrs Fred Boldt Mr*. t t'
have been busy foi churches were the only ones to Herwta- fo
Mitchell, Mrs
graders Jo Miles. George
i Billy Hankins and Mary Ky. Mrs. Zeigler gave a bJef
(ral week learning the r linen Helen LIston ,take active part in the service, although !. Thompson, Mr :
all seniors, and history of the school and its Llewellyn, Mrs L
tickets, hammering saw- members' of all other I
g by Barbara Olds of the fifth founders 231hu Roger's.:: : Mrs Jennie CJv>r1.
churches and also
painting, etc. In preparation trade were Invited. This year. a resume of
|the show The however Rev. C D.,, ernlgan of how the school Is run. suit Mrs Turney and Mrs Harry !t i
stage managers are Harry ."
the Curch ofs (Sod will lead the Sloblom f) I It
e comedy Is a biographicalby lanius and Ernest Kappelmann, In keeping with the Thanlclv-
Hildegarde Dolson of I while business managers are congregation in prayer And Dr.' ing season, Mrs. Thompson's refreshments The next meeting of the WMtt 'tI 't\

family life in Meadvllle. PA Eunice Albritton and: Mary Ann Leonard W S. Stryker, rector of were pumpkin tarts will be at the church on Dec 2. ",' ;aye
author also has relatives and I St. Marks Episcopal! : Church, will' I
HI rl. lead the Scriptures and coffee, served on paper plate* when they vlll observe a Day of .R;

ods in Sarasota. Her book The play Is bring directed by The choir of the Methodist that were fired up as turke)' A PlayerCooking's t .

Miss Mildred :'1'Amls.Community I ,
church! under the direction of

Mrs. James A HIghtower, 1<
Thanksgiving planning special Thanksg'vin Our Profession

Service in EnglewoodAt music) for the service Evervbod' REAL BEEF HAMBURGERS:

18 Is welcome to attend this service. 8 with All the Trimmings! OM25c
:30 Thanksgiving mornIng <
ALSO
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the resident of Englewood :r
Christian Science Services 'f' .;1 HOME-MAUr; : PIPS SEAFOOD -
will gather
together for a Com-
L) \ CCMILETF DIVMKS
munity Thanksgiving Churc'i Christian Science services will:) ': N'Q'I r\ Open 7 am. to 11 p.m
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service at the Methcdist Church 1 be held ;
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\\ll\T ARE WE each Sunday at the Civic \ ,-yl-\t. Curb Service or Tab'esKAPPELMANN'S
Alexander
Rev Linn
: of the
THANKFUL FOR Center auditorium at 4 pm
Englewood! Community Churcn Everybody Is welcome. Servlct DRIVE NON
\o. ne re not using: \\111 conduct the
that time-wotn an* servIce. Rev previously have been held In private THE :TRAIL 24! MI. North VENICE
George L. Harper of the Methodist residence here. .. ...
s\\cr "for all our Z .,. -
friends and customers Church will preach the sermon -

.' Of course, we appreciate i ,
you deeply The congregation will hear special
but from now on THANKSGIVING DINNER ATMacatee's
f music by the Community
the United States of )
America win always Choir

top the list! of things I II
we're thankful for Sarasota I Restaurant
2633 2529
Wrrre else can you j
be sure of life. liberty Phones "
ar.':! the pursuit cf I
hipplness ; Ambulance
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WINTER CASUALS remember all year at a price you can afford. I

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Appet'zers: :
SHRIMP COCKTAIL OYSTER COCKTAIL
MIXED SEA FOOD COCKTAIL
CHILLED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ORANGE JUICE
TOMATO JUICE

Welcome Back Winter Residents REU-li TRAY

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CYClFh BISQUE' CONDOM VI17 I! CELESTINEE
FORRegl.dar

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Home Dressing Gif/et) Gravy, Cranberry Sauce ,
ROAST LONG ISLAND DUCKLINGwith
Pineapple Ring
ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF. au Jus
BAKED VIRGINIA HAM Rum Sauce
BROILED FANCY LAMB CHOPS. Club Style

DeliveryOf .
Sea Foods:
BROILED FLORIDA POMPANO Montpelier Butter
MAINE LOBSTER la Newburg on Casso'ette
Our FRIED FAN TAIL SHRIMP. Sauce R"moulade


LAND 0' SUN Vegetables: CREAM WHIPPED POTATOES CANDIED YAMS

MASHED TURNIPS CREAMED SILVER ONIONS
FRESH GARDEN PEAS '


Milk & Dairy Products Deserts: HOT HOME MADE ROLLS


MINCE. PIE PUMPKIN PIE BABA AU RHUM
ASSORTED ICE CREAMS
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"I do not agree with a word You gay, but I will defend
with my life your right to say it.VOL'AIREMEMBER

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NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION .,. ekSRTN CAROL WA, AN OSISI IPP,, (Letters to the Editor
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Published every Friday. E4itorlal and business office. 313 West the Venice area will be
., Venice Avenue. ,Venice Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. In this coluirn They t
t kept shmtGondolier however thM
Fnterrd at second-class matter June 6, 1946 at the post office t .iy' -- reserves and
. at Vmre, Florida under the Act of March 3. 1879. edit all COPY. All letter the !lIb!

,1, Suliicription rat,.: Ont year, $2.50; six months, $1,S0| three signed, but the name of the must\,
ncntht 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cents per word, first 20 er will be withheld 0comm"nlcatlcM"
words 1 cent per word for each additional word. Anonymous i
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PETE c'osoni: : Editor and Publisher or may not asree with OB
JAET T. CONO\ER Office Manager expressed by the writers)

JlOW \RD K. BRILEi. .. Shop Foreman To the Editor--0--
Venice .ondoli, I'
-- :low U Ih' tin," for< F'nr,' ,
'I)
The Chamber Meeting Writs tn lr"I", our I', '17 loll'
'1"011... Oro" aol90iy logy In 1'611.
VWKIP eel JUMP ItfDItP. "write this letter, nol mt .
sit ntr. teusuwlspIII of tiny public? or .
G | ofn
party
e arts er .1 1
i Last[ FrUny's meeting of the general membership 1 Warts eosC* WAA 41 IROvl. W NAjoa M I94t.rp crm who htllfvin In the bR
..'It'th Vemce-Nokomls! Chamber of Commerce was, at l'" on !R WeN Owe r\lC'f Of WOO !' 'KI' lltlonnl rlncllii .f our M r''. A
I etisw Am1545 **C441 mCT sad JAWS believe that our Democ .I I",
in the of the Gondolier of the a Ihe imrtv to, I able m Mat
least: opinion one most nerds of our |H'''|,lc. nul | "|in I ti
... that IT IS UK.
TIM WE tell
Tieirtemiu local developments in months A PARTY HrKUTIHr 'API
OFIMM1 VLECfl1)lKOlf.ll ,

llv large attendance\ -42 were present at the PI':OPLE. Hither ITK MRKMvKw limn Mt, "miIJ, :

.>.a-t t 1nd\ ir-unJ "0 before the evening \\asover -- proved ,HI..1 lot Its phuus poplt,'vilv m hirHUw hlih hot'!.,rys'j4nff. .

'1;.i! the l bu!>ins>*men of the community are :deep! ,. BRUUNby \.\'Hive.. mU.I'('|,|ulti'tl. the .fart drhU!the I: pis

: "i'itl :in clumber: activities: And both comments r d T-t feat I believe bpcoiulim U Rood ho-pl.tiniA nor, n e.

:"w .;t.j.. : .l-in; the session indicated that, given an/ iKimrrnllc lii truth party wi i nuke If me ml for 11''t% .t"'%

.-. .:- ::.:.: -1 with' structure and be ttlitlenlly If w, do not ft. ,
a programs they can 11OJblt' alt''''"''\. I.l IhAt
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,4 HkHltl Will" <"Ill" .
r:: m: : businessmen the dumber tot a lT
: support 'lit but U ""n t bt th> I 0.

:\? -_::. \' t i least evident of this: was passage of t:1t our RICHARD puny II. (VICKI Clhd1YD

Jie ':', ::5\:1: : M :amendment that increases business -ltt4k,

nrm -ers'ir; i d.ies to $_5 from the former 5S I level 41

The mendance and actiojis probINy: surprised: some PAUL M. BRUUN Cal

t-f the directorsho recently hive been able to count : HERE is a column which I think is of VITAL interest to

public attendance at their meetings on the fingers of one 1 every man, woman and child in Florida. This state I
hand and who have had to meet chamber ,f0P/CS
many expenses has a new Governor-Elect, Fuller Warren, whose grasp of

uit of their own pockets. But speaker after speaker things Florida are most heartening to everybody par-

explained his lack' of attendance by testifying that this ticularly his interest in what is considered by many of us Presented by Your

was the first meeting to which he had received an invilalion to be Florida's backbone-the vast citrus industry. Local Physicians '.I

and his lack of financial support by the fact that Moat people know that thin are PEW things wrong with Ik* Dr. T. S. Thompsonand
'
he considered recent chamber programs "too little and Flort...'. citrus Industry which INCREASED customer demand Dr. James E. Blade*

loo late." Hence it was apparent that, whatever their won't core. Florida Through Medical the Assn.
I th ok 1 nave a LOW COST method of Increasing this customer
other accomplishments and intentions, the directors were demand and 1 11m presenting It her for consideration by GOT-electWarroD.
at fault in failing to "sell" themselves and their work tu I j I the Florida Citrus Commission and by Mr. and Mrs. John AUTO "DEATH SEAT
I
I The men and women they are supposed to represent. q. Public. Automobile passengers OCCUP1II
Th farts and figures contained In this column were obtained by the front seat next to thc driver

t How to ImproveThe the very co-operstlvt John KUgore, Florida Motor Vehicle Commit- I in the the car most acordmg dangerous to a Detroit poi!nos'

sinner! ; Berne Abrams, accountant for the FLORIDA SUN, and the .tic surgeon. ,
first defect in public relations! it is hoped, will Augvst Durr Advertising agency. In his report, Claire L Sin*

be cured by adoption of the policy of holding a general My proposal to hare the 0,000 automobiles welch are registeredIn divi.ion.larper M. D. chief of the Hospital plastic Dew

.membership meeting on the last Friday of EVERY Florida carry a FRONT license plate with Its 60'square.Inch surfaceIn says:
two color advertising Florida cltrua Drivers occupy the .alcH gas
mouth during the winter. As a matter of fact, such the car; protected by the new!
This '
plate rould Florida 49 official and wouldbe
carr 10 as to be in
meetings are REQUIRED by the chamber wheel, the escape injury wj
constitution nunditorv of motorist A nation-wide contest could be held for severe accidents. Truest posse
that has been in effect since 1931. This requirement a sult:ie drslgn. or the advertising agency which handles the IUt.', in the front seal beside the tat

has not been observed lately, however, so its re-adop. account could hi' made responsible for this plate However, there Is are dangerous, on the seat contrary in the m car the bectIII""

tion one hitch. Advertising agencies WANT their budgets spent In,commlssin.iable position 18 ell
as promised by Director George Mitchell while he I of of their sudden unprotected.' 1 ,
spare stops.
presided at the session will have the effect the article, ]
of a new Do )00 realize that tbe total DISPLAY space which would than According, "deain to seat.! ben A"e
of the --j
policy .r ..,.. .j* -. be nvariaMr and which U now non-exJsUnt would equal 51.000,000 pants driver are injured at the nil
square Inches EVERY SECOND OP EVERY MINUTE OP EVERT about three to one as cornp'n '
;"JThe| other objections can be met by the directors if BOHR OF E\'FRT PAY OP AN ENTIRE VEARJ the driver. In a study facial 01 50 cvt mj!w
with
they give their support to enactment of all or most of the Not only this' but most of this space would be on the streets 21 live from patients automobile accidents, Dt

other change: that were proposed by the members. hours a day When these cars were parked they would provide sidewalk traith discovered that about TOP
sndPJ
cent were young
These would require' making regular reports on the work i-jvprtlslng\ which money couldn't buy And on the highway, who had been riding in

and\ financial expenditures of the directors; reduction ot every:!, ot,ks at license plates to see where cars are from. If you seat next to the driver.hu "death K.heory .,
Substantiating
don't '
th nk
the present I vnnn board of directors to the members; ) operators this type of Silver of advertising Springs Ocala Is valuable Fla. check with the successful the ur trmIU; :Derul

nnnouncins' ; ill regular membership meetings by sending police figures department, showing mulliplecupant. [ thai'ZI9 *

postcards, or similar notification to the members in ad- M n. KU.GORE estimates that every year mere are 50000 auto- accidents.. 260 involving t l en bill If

vance adoption of a definite program c.f constructive nI'JNltI registered In Florida by non.residents. Here Is a ..Iu- drivers were injured. the t
activities, and election of stronger leaders: that can get of able field which could be utilized at a VERY LOW cost. Speaking Acordmg to the article nhalf -
cost. Just how troit seat
much would
the cost be? those paste f
front
things done.( of
.. The .
.. IUS
>w 0' a. present numbered license accidents
tag cost 6c to 7c each to produce. m auto
These It is estimated that a two-color Job on numbered would injuries of the head includin JS
will be tags
proposals the i
readily accepted by the to
cost 5> each. The total, cuts and damage
cost would) be wm. How does this stack forehead
more progressive directors, who have done most of the with national advertising? A two-color In the Evening nose,' cheeks, ears. '
page Saturday skull e-
work in the past. But they may seem undesirable to Post cotta 113.650. A four-color page In the American Weekly Among the remedies the'Ug,
others who costs 121nou( by the writer to reduce 01lut" ,
may object to upsetting routines and policies The danger are removal UI
that have been followed for years. No one can legit largest KM fa circulation Is 4.02J.I04 and the Americas Weekly, the knobs. cranks drop from down the ash .
the world( Is 9,000,000. Remember : and sharp ledges
advertisement h.
,
mately object to changes that will bring better these publications Ofethtidpassenger.
coopers would be for ONE time only, whUe the front board dash font
tion and greater results, though, and the members on license_taJ would be for an ENTIRE YELL: ,ft the In

Friday indicated plainly that they thought the above
--y measures to "cure" sick Here Is tn opportunity-it 5 cents per car-to spread the gospelof
necessary a
organization.
very
ln-
u< Florida citrus products the breadth and length of this entire

Those who are still unconvinced should remember. continent.

too, that setting up of a new dues schedule does nt:!

actually put a nickel in the chamber treasury. Only the s IN A BCaUtY? Totf ;

members can do that. And it is not likely that they willsurrender PHONE 3461 WAIT '

y' their hard-earned cash, unless and 'until ttfeyare II No Aanratv MI read., +DefCe'di Shoe ReP

h convinced it -will be an investment and not 'a useless VENICE TAXI Nell N OY list" ,

i' diarity. ... 'vouai rig ttlteti I'OI' { Wet i", ,.".t l.r1F .k.t

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ofcrFanus JI1gl'Z .h" bipinrw'on! A conuleteuucneon : ) .; local Yotih Sent to Japan n: w "U. 11 al'.lwd in las H
Mon
will not tivcd an, Oi.ent on Oct. 22. I
For Duty at Air Force Bate
this meeting, a spokesman for the
i club said and therefore members Word has
murprises Episcopal Kids : been received that
home.should grab a bile before leaving P/C. Roland J. Keys son of Mr" QUICK RELIEF FIi lt

Tells Nursery Tales and Mrs. James M Keys of Pone STOMACIHrULCERS

Aid of Dummy light for the youngsters was his de Leor Ave, Is in Japi and has
With : I ventriloquist act. With the aid o! Department StoreIs been sunned to the Fovrtli MrSupply ; Dun EXCESS ACIDFr..kT.a.ofHomeTr.
I A surprise treat was in store his dummy "Timothy" he told' Squadron at thJAMA. .. .
evening for about 50 them the stories of Red Riding Must Help or It WID Cost You N001deW
ednesday Hood, the Three Moved New (Japan All Materiel Areai Air Over three million bottles of the Wni
Bears to I .
and other
at relief *
oungsters and grownups a Force Base at Tarhikawa Ta"A".N have been told for
well-known tales.Refreshments tf mptonMofdlitrea from$-.-
unday school .party at the St. Pfc'Keys entered the iervke Had Dindmri Ulan due...EIMH Add-.
of cake and lem- pace DltMtlm Sour or Upset St.r..eet.GastInes. .
larks church rectory Modern BuildingElectric last June and took his basic ., et..dburn. alespessnooa,=
'
onade completed the party duo toEicM A ld.Bold on1adays'
The surprise was in the person training at han Antonio, Tex Hv Ail fo< "WBIard MMMfi" ftti teas t
was then transferred to Hamilton: eivlalni this treatment--tree--A& .
If Marchello Truzzi. a 13yearid Woman's Club Game Party Firm, Hardware Field. Calif, and sut-equentlv! rilE: REXALL STORE: 01 f t
Sarasota Junior High School
Tonight,.Meet WednesdayTonight
And Bar Also to Shift s
Yo who shows promise of walk-
::1i in his famous father's foot- at 8:15 Is the time of The Venice Department Store I FOR \ QUIET TROPICAL ATMQSPIILRE! ;

\\\efs\ His father MaximilianIs the Venice-Nokomis Woman's which has been located on the
Is a famous Juggler who Club games and bridge party south side of \V. Venice Ave. foe STAY AT TiThe

fas discovered in Italy by John which will be held at the Civic many years was moved this week Komsee Inn
orth of the Rlngllng Bi'os Clrcu: to its new building on the op-
Center. General Chairman ol the
Uarchello's grandparents also uosit' side of the street and i Efficiency Apts. Guest Rooms
party is Mrs. Cahrles
McG. Roberts '
|tarted the Truzrl Circus in Rus- half block east.
La many years ago and it was and Vernon B a'tleM11 call The building a' concrete block: Available by Div Week Month Season ,

toTiparable in that country to ourln te camel: assisted by William Mahoney structure was started late in Au- Owned and Operated by SAM & ALICE VANCE ";

Barnum and Bailey-Rmglln? gust by Contractor Clyde V. Hi- On the Porono NOKOMIS.

ros Circus. The members of the club will gel and has Just 'been completed I & Tanlaml Trails FLORIDA ;
At Wednesday nights! party meet at the Venice Country Club The Interior is lighted by indirect .
I
sung Marchello entertained the I next Wednesday for their regular fluorescent fixtures and is "
fchildun with his Juggling!; and meeting Coffee and dessert t painted a pastel ray shade. New
nslctun' trick But the high will be servad at 12:30 preceding counters and shelves have also THE KING FURNITURE CO..

been Installed. FRED B. KINO OWNER
I I
The owners of the store ar'I of Punta Gouda
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESSIN Mr. and MM. William Joseph it
TAKES PLEASURE IN CONGRATULATING .
I ,
OUR Nokomis who came here a yea
ago last September from Hart-
THE I VENICE DFPRTMHM: SI I ORE
Now, Modern BuildingOn ford, Conn. They said they were
I "worn out" by the work Involved Mr. and Mrs William Jo ejli Owners
W. Venice Avenue In moving their stock, but that
II the Improvement In facilities ON THEIR MOVE TO THEIR
Next to the Dr. Thompson
Bldg.
should enable them to give
NEW BUILDING ON W. VENICE AVENUE

VENICE DEPARTMENT STORE "JJreatlyImproved"community service to the f

Look for Our Special Ad Next Week Other Mores
Completion of a second build. Thanksgiving Day Trip?
ing, just east cf the department t i;
store and joined to It by a com

PERSONALIZED LAUNDRY SERVICE Your mon wall Is expected In a fe'v ,Going somewhere on Tranksgiv-; .1

clothes laundered the you prefer days. This will be the property or In; for a visit with relative, X11: / t1 '
way Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Hlgel. dinner "on the town" Oi J'i4 a I '

WET WASH FLUFF DRIED FINISHED! who will move their electrical appliance drive in the country is an j rf' .
store there from its present American tradition, t. r
DRY CLEANING SERVICE location at the corner of S. "i I't
(Agent for Venetian Cleaners) Nokomis and W. Venice Aves. \'
Let Us Your Car
Prepare
local businesses will\ ,
Two other 'Jj 1
Pickup and Delivery Phone VENICE 3385
also chance locations in the near
For A '{1 t'
fu.ure as result of constructionof
Englewood Automatic' Laundrysmitty'sfaVe1'll the new building Grady Taylor CAREFREE DAY i i
owner of the building form
erly occupied by the departmentstore 11
All shift his Taylor Hard- Gasoline Oil LubricationTire i

ware there from Its present quarter Repairs Washing
r
a few doors east. And the '
E & B Bar now situated across PolishingWOLF'S \
from the Venice-Nokomis Bankon J
W. Venice Ave. will be Moved SINCLAIR SERVICE 1 !

to the present Taylor site by y
"The Bright Spot on the Trail" Owners Robert Oatman and John "On The Trail, Where The Buses Stop" !.lt} Ii
Newberrv ] } ,
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FRIDAY NIGHT


R Come hear Sarasota County's Best Enjoy Your Thanksgiving Dinner With Us

4-piece Band.
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOT LATER THAN NOON WEDNESDAY NOV. 24 -

4 Playing from 9 p.m. Til 1 a.m.
r Thanksgiving Day Menu

SUNDAY NIGHT DiiMiet Served from 1 to 8 ".M.
SHRIMP COCKTAIL FRUIT CUP
Features Dave Duncan, ORANGE JUICE CHICKEN CONSOMME TOMATO JUICE
CELERY RADISHES OLIVES
Our"One ,Man Band"s WALDORF SALAD

ROAST VT. TOM TURKEY Dressing Cranberry Sauce $2.25
BAKED VIRGINIA HAM Wine and Fruit Sauce $2.00
Thanksgiving ROAST LEG OF SPRING LAMB Mint Jelly $2.00
ROAST FRESH PORK HAM Dressing $2.00
SEA FOOD PLATTER $2.00
Specials in Our DELUX
FILET MIGNON $2.50
Package Dept. PLANKED STEAK Serving for Two $5.00
r
Individual $3:00:

Wm. Penn Whiskey 1 CANDIED YAMS MASHED FRESH YELLOW GARDEN TURNIPS PEAS

3.29 fifth, 37.50 cat AU WHIPPED GRATIN POTATOES POTATOES BUTTERED 'BRUSSEL SPROUTS

MINCE PIE FRUIT CAKE Hard Sauce
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PUMPKIN
M el. and 'Cha 1 on,
r ICE CREAM
Bryt, Imported COFFEE TEA MILK

French Champagne Half Portions for Children at Half Price .'.

5 25'fifth i

Cinzano French and Italian Venice (Country Club Venice Phone 2531

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.Vennoukh . . .,225. fifth Members and Guests ,
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This Sunday


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GO TO CHURCH!

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# A' These Sarasota Merchants

Believe the Entire County, III/\'f.f
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State and Nation will benefit. '1 il

if YOU let the spiritual influence ":! (
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of Our Ch.urches enter .lti\

your life.



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Liggett's Rexall Drugs Sarasota Yacht Club South Florida Mattress Co.

Orange State Lumber Co. Bay County Sheriff's Office Thacker & Van Gilder

Funeral Directors
Sarasota Jungle Gardens ,
Tropical 1 Cleaners 1 & Dyers
Altman Chevrolet.
Heath Travel I Service
Chuck Wagon, Inc:
Southern Gas & Electric Corp. Welding Service Co.
Merry Neon Signs
** ,: The Trail Inn C. E. Grocery & Market.

; Thornton's Grocery .
Land 0' Sun Creamery, Inc. Sarasota Feed Co.Bailey .

v. Robarts-Shannon J. L. Williams Garage
Funeral Home \ Transfer & Storage Co
Protane Gas Service
:'P Rayl} Lumber Co. Culligan Soft Water Service
i Hills Garage

Stinnett's Pontiac Service Allen Electric Co.
Adams & Houser Hardware

and Supply Co.,,Inc.
Pinehurst Spring Water Co. John W. Summers Plumbing

Sarasota Sewing Machine .
New West Florida Ice Co. Center ,i Shepard Lumber Co.


McMahon Fur Storage % Sarasota Motors ..i. Independent; Concrete Prods.
' FORD Sale and Service .t. '
Sarasota Sea Foods SarasotaLincoln-Mercury; Co.
Ringling Bros-Barnum. & .
s'f' Blanton Bros. Plumbing Co. Bailey ,Combined' Showst) Inc. Sarasota Aircraft Repair

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BUSINESS PERSONALS FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE FOR SALEA FOR SALE FOR SALE
a

BE To NICE BE NEAR -- WZAR W.I I OUTBOARD MOTOR SIM h p. COMPLETE OVLiHR: your nd USED FURNITURE of all kind. .._
'a.T"tI"I'
< ft.h. REAL
Fee Chrlitinaa
Charles ESTATE febttVICK t > ,
) n
Miami
lee Trading Post 211 W. Attention
Ot'NO PERFUMEr Gadd, Phone |6I. Kale I n .,
1 RRTTY 11' RntalaCominy nrby Venice (term. Drea d Mi.d hone 2602AUSTRALIAN
florid Phone I5M -- ",-''''n or alive See RolAnd Oil v.
MT HOME In Edgewood-6 Ivd- the FORT IIY1IRIIItItA and
?Sul Nava root l baths, i lots Ito resa.st'tbie all uf SOUIhWLST rU.ulliA Modest t-WHEEL TRAIIF R. hard;-wond body, PINES. for ..... Aaw
ISlogEPTIC TANK CLEANING otter rejected. Reason for an. lit,, I homo to beautiful nveriront estates new paint. See at Byron Earl Pure Oil site, any amount. Five cents ..... see.
.
C, pumping equipment Work n r. Jim not ab.e to pity the recent udviio' Coastal locations Including Improved lltatlo,.. Carl Obendorf at Venetian Cleanen.
pbun. Baraaot. Sl-SM or Venice In city taxes V, L HATNE8. and unimproved tropical islands beach
Rropenlr., limiting loci..... business 1t
REMINGTON Noiseless portable type.writer ovix ILL TAKE car of little tote In cop floor .ampe! : regular price motor courts, trailer camps boteb I '
0' nlfht M... Hmkle. Nokofphone S11I9S rile! price $9060. A Chrlntma unemtln .ranches farm and envy RADIO SICK BROKEN tWe'll
1511.'EHAL ._ wrapped packan of 5.00 worth of Laos and small tracts of land A
re*
...... choice complete rental service Send for free
your to punnim* AlphaMiuie
), HAULING and eonttaetlna Shop. descriptive folders and maps of this trap-
work. Mark fill dirt .hell. sand lest wction,
2013.INTERESTED fix It for you very quickly
Edge. Phone JEFFCOTT
FUEL OIL HEATER practically new REALTY INVESTMENTS I
I. food ......nlT. Sacrifice at 17508. Call Mrs J. B. Kelly 847 First Street Fart 11'.... Florida and for a price you can aifcid. is
brick or black work call I. K. Hill, at MSI. "Everylhlni In Real E tale" '
37C. Both 'h..USUAL and UNUSUAL
WANTED TO BUY (Sorry No Work On
NCRETE WORK and t..I..'. Louis DESiRABLE ELECTION or business Auto Sets)
)&L Phone Venice jl6... 'RAGS wool 8. Ib| other, e> Ih t and residential' sites In city of Venial
nylon silk. cotton stockings, 20c ""'. tin oy owner. If interested, auirimit .
C. of C Harbor Drive *.tl.te.l Address DoE 88. Venice Fli? And If You Need A New Set We Have The Best

ROOM HOUSE frame construction Portable Public Address System! for Rent '

[(Continued from Page One) with large seven lots In Nokomia. S2.KOO Also Battery or AC Operated I
that the present board could resign corner lot In Bay point Telephone
)/ .
G.
B.
Kelly at 8S1 for Inform.tk .-
[asked for special projects. in a body at the end of the >.. VENICE RADIO SERVICE"Sick

DrAlIn Elected ,eat, If the members felt they Radios Made Well In Venice"
FOR RENT
cling to fill the vacancy left would like to elect 15 new direc 211 W. Venice Ate Phone 2612
BAY FRONT home;;; -Lemon .
Higel who resigned on Ray furnihed.
George tors. But no official action was t bedrooma. Hot and cold water
directorship In it letter to the Refrlmfraikm Accommodate t eoupla. C.
} taken on the proposal and the E. Cm-wood. Fnslewood. Fla.
bers last week, the directors --- -. -
substance of other comments
was GARAI F. APAUTMFNT. and
room
|led George Devlin' of the No- loath.
furnished
: utilities Included: well
nls Garage to serve "the, re that the directors thought 15 iiu'pped' : ele .rlr refrirerator, stove and Close Saturdays at OneH.
Ant water healer: on Nassau St. Phone i
ilng two years of the HI gel were needed to properly representall 21133.

Two other.candidates, W Llies types of local businesses and SITUATION--WANTED----

of the El Patio Hotel and perform the board's work.
TUTOR "r .I.-,........ Write Miss Batter N. 'V! I IEnS Realtor
> Susnjar, had been nominated Proposed br French Box 24 S. Venice.LEGAL -

the post by the members. The redaction of directors was PENINSULAR, .TELEPHONE CO..

Llm was voted on first and proposed last Friday by Orahara! NOTICES FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT

icted unanimously, so the oth- Trench vice president and treasurer WESTERN UNION

i did not come up for ballot of tfie Venice Country; Club I. NOTICE

only positive action with and Real Estate Broker Finn | SARASOTA COUNT FLORIDA,
NOVEMBER !P. lots Western Union Open on Sundays and Holidays. 11 to 12 aim.Re ,
and to a membership proposal Caspersen. French maintained a NOTICE IS ITFREBY GIVEN that

| reduce the number of director- 15-man board was too large to bf I p-in-iunt In Section 0 of Chapter 1S244,
Lawn of .Florida Arts of 1417. kappa .
ps i from 15 to five, ioU to ob- "workable," and to back up his ai the Murphy Art. th* following <*.. "
scribed land In Rerneots County. Plor.Idi. .
}n a ruling from Attorney Mar.! claim pointed out that no action will be nffered for sale at public

i A Braswell on who would be; had been tak n on filling the out-cry, for the highest and belt cam a Ily ARE YOU. SELLING your !
Ml sublet to the cloths of the Tru
Icible to vote on this question chamber secretary's post and tern of the Internal' improvement Fund house, a lot or your farm? If
to refect' any and all hlrii a' the Court- Yours so, you may be called upon for
utlon would limit this to per- to be taken care of at three th. ZSrd day of December. 1948. an abstract. '
Outside of Mim( .Ipalltlei. easement for
i who were paid up memberst previous meetings. road rirht of way<200 feet wide will twrtwrved ARE YOU BUYING: a house. I

t t year or who have Joined this Twelve of the board's members from any parcel through whl"h t+OttCY lot or farm? If so. be sure you
there la an existing State Road A. 10aU OP
were present last night. The gen lands title to one half of all petroleum receive an abstract or title In- 6

|The advisability of cutting the eral membership meeting was attended will and be reserved.three fourth of other minerals Z1TLE sus ance. r '-

orshlp was debated al.gth. by some 70 persons The J Certificate No JOS. 1929 Sale: eor- IgSURAtI a COME IN and we shall be t

however, and sentiment next general membership meeting erlnil fieotii.n 1ft 28-88-1 19.. Blk E. Naciremo. glad to explain why you need "

i almost unanimous against It.kt will be held next Friday evenlns Certificate No. 8PS7. 193 Sale, coverings / an abstract or title Insurance.
I Lots SO, tl. 12, 23. 84
thought at the Civic Centt'r.t
put forward was Sleek" K, Nararema. Section 2'-

j I Certificate se-is. No. 2141. 19V Sale. Cow Abstract Companyof iI
Bee Ridge Tomii-
erlniri Lot 7.
YOUR CHOICE OF WORTH OK
$27.50 site Reviled Pint of Block 7. Section -
RECORD 10.37-18 SarasotaBen
i Certificate No. 1)10 10SS Sale, eon
WITH PmnilSE OF erinit I-ot 11, Revised Plat of Block J. Prjanon. President
7 Bee Ridge Town.I,.. Section ACCURACY ESTABLISHED 1921 SERVICE .
Stromberg Carlson S.Certificate TELEPHONES (lit rid 2161. 1" SIXTH STREET
No. 2042. 19>1 Sale coi-
Radio-Phono Combination erin "l Lot 9. Bee Ridge Townal'Revlied .
Plat of Block T, Section
10.S71K.Certificate N.....4'44'4H..4'4'4'4'4'i4'H44When

$119.95Automat1 Nn.Lot 1"F7.SO.: Block 1981 A.Sale Basis eoverlngj You Want A Plumber Bad

Changer Vista Highlands, Section 28.86.'S.
Certificate No. 1JK2 1921" Sale, eov.erlngi Be Sure That He Is GOOD
Lot 1. Bill G, City Peck
Alpha Music i Shop 8uh !Section 18H .
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Certificate No. 12O7. Wt Sale coverings Dependable Plumbing
Jll W. Venice Ave. Phone 3651 ZfiSl W 1-S of NW 1-4 of NP
RepairingFull
1.4 of 8W 1.4. Section 82-8H-1" Contracting
Certificate No. 2S47. 1927 Sale, :'J" Line Fixtures and Materials
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STATE OF MmDA.By W. A. WYNNE JOSSART PLUMBING CO.Day

Newly Built ApartmentsConsists Agent Trustees I. I.CountyW. FundSaranta .

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Mighty Smitty's ToppledCity Bowlakade ( SchrammContinued from Pace. One) For Hunting Thousands Season ontd.Thousands to Ope.,


Team Standingsw of the Venlce-Nokoml Parent- of en
Teacher Assn. rods are expected to take

Council League Leaders w L Tr Scouts at Service the fields' and wOOds or FlOrIda.k

LEAGUE Scouts Cub Scouts and many general hunting seams

Continued from Page One) v...,... riwtrV ... IT 10 ..0.612smutty's townsfolk attended the service, on Nov. 24! the day
Put in 2nd Place 16 It 80."'5nU Thanksgiving
r Stone Groves to buy the building >; <'""., : A 1,.Ijiin TnuliliiR 14 13 \*.7"7 was estimated ,
and convert It Into a citrus fruit < Hirpcr: A tribute was given by les
2il"'!
J..n llitrr'nir IS 14 by the state
l rllnand shipping center Grocers' WinMatches venire Food, ._.. IS 14 199'.4! Mayor Louis Suter, who praised Dame and
By <' ID I'"IVrnk Water Fish
Vnr < en 'HA' II Commission!
Tile plan was cancelled out 1 1i Funiture .. 10 17 20.S'1I I Dr Schramm work with the local hassee which
thai
Scout group and youth of the ; added OK,
i "."we'er.'h !1 Bartlett appearedin Mt8B" Li-Ad: ; and closing dates
in the Venice Men'sBowling Hcmer Mikesell would be,
the city hall the next moinlni Cix.n. Furl ... _.. 5 T 0.609 community stantlallyld-n'lcallnallfl
League this week were of the Venice.Nokomis ,
seed attempted to pay the rent. Venice! Ki<1i I. ., ._ 7FilniondMin principal for the first
the r..m. .._ t 7 time in
highlighted by complet.ehumbling the
When this! was refused! he demanded J J Aircraft ..._. I 0 MI3VtOMENS High School also expressed history. IIIiI
a hearing and at the of Smlttyj Pavern words of acclaim for his work as Details
1947 champs and leagueleaderssince LEAGUE"K" on regulations! i
doctor during two world wars
the a
special session! persuaded __ __... u ir I4.M8 to the various types
Club of
Oct 5, bv the former cellar. h m
and his sterling qualities of spirit : -
:cine 1 It should allow! ;Win to Venire H.Ttrii .... IS 13 161'JDwcnt can be obtained!
!hugging Venice Food team ... .... It I) 1574 i by hunter,
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keep the lease.Bartlett Smitty. __.. .. .... 11 K 15144 they get their llcensei
said he roll open a Rolling a spine-tingling cont.estlast The memorial service wai

.U lifor": it:on bureau In con- night at the Boulakade, the I opened with a prelude on the piano also taught military
rejuvenated grocers took three former lowly Eimondson Farms' by Mrs. James A Hlghtower medicine
irition! with his I'ralestate office I the Unitedly of Pittsbuia
there. and would permit the city straight games from the bartenders -I !stjjid moved Into a threewaytie The choir of the church sang After 32 years of service
The Smittys boys actually tag
to keep Its police station In thebook for first place bv beating; Venice 'One Sweetly Sclemn Thought army, he was! retired as coI
10 than i ,
2393
piled pins more
l that! It occupies up and the service was concluded by
> loom now Radio In the first and last Dr. Schramm was i mintej
difference
their opponents but a fumes J & J Ar'rrt.: although the playing of Taps by Mr. Suter the Masons Shrlners, the |
of 17 In the mo'squads handicaps .'
cellar team In Two Wars Sons of the Americas
TARPONC out the staring In the : on Revel
wiped margin
had Dr. Schramm who was 65 years American Legion:
standings, proved they some and ,
X TEn The defeat finally toppled theSmittys fluff by taking! their last two old was graduated from Jefferson Rite. He leaves his wife and? ?

crew from the league fames from Greens Fuel, former M.dlcal College in Philadelphia Francis Jr. of Venice mat,
lead and moved Venice Food in'oa I'a ue-Icader. in 1909. He spent 18 monthsIn lions Catl P and Carp"
Tide Tables tie for fourth r>lace The new I Europe with the rank of cap Johnstown
The best turned in durIng -
game
leader the Venice Electric
Is
tain during World War One, and
which held that position these matches, rolled Monday
team
VENICE INLET upon his return practiced medt- FOR QUICK RELIABU
(Punta Rasa Correction) for the first three weeks of the night, was 194 by Capt H P. One in Johnstown until 1936 In SERVICE, CALL
Kirk) Kuykendall of Green'sFuel.
and then shoved
Kith UTrl I season was 1942 he entered World War II asa
I. Best ST'CS! vas 474 by Capt VenicePlumbing
down by Smltty'sElectrics ,
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Nnv. 19 1:&3. m. :It. on. lieutenant-colonel and
1181.. N 1 Back Top Paul Larsen of Venice Radio was
:1\ S2 m. 10:06 a m. on Shop
commanding officer of the station
Nun.. N.v. 21 tn al. 1\:07 a.... The Electrics regained l the top Women Unchanged Box 14, Venice
hospital at n,011i5i
Jt!..".. Nov. -2 S:12 ..m 12:1p.m, Camp Pickett, Va. H!
.. spot by beating Jossart Plumbing Women's League standings: ie-
1"p. N" 21 :.S a m.
':U p m. IU p m.11'rd. in two out o' three on Tuesday malned unchanged Wednesday I

.. "uw. 21 .6:OS a m, 12:30 a..., night In other Tuesday night, although lasses of Dysevens .
:10 p.m. 2:00: pm Attention
,hu.. Nov. 26 ':U.m. 2:26 a m. matches the bottom-place Venice Texaco Station took two Fishermen!
0:26 p.m. I:.S p..... Furniture boys whipped the Englewood games from the leaiue-leadin .
Fri., Nov. 26 0:41 I.m. 1:17.
4:43 p.m. 3:36: p m.m. Merchants in two games "K" CUb The Venice Electro: We are in a position to render the type of serl'kc
and AdoJans Truckers took two
-0- "Petticoats" held' onto their spot
Live from Earl's Garage by taking two more contests from YOU need because our policy is to cater only\ ti

Bait High score for the league this Smltty'i Tavern gals, sportsmen. It is not our intention to compete into

Tekle, week was 233.: rolled by Ernie Marie Pfaff of the Electrics drug, hardware, paint, restaurant or :any otto

All Types of Boats Peter of the Electrics and high took both high game and high line
series was 598 by Barath of Venice
score honors rolling 165 in her
Available Our Docks Furniture second game and 433 In all 'three We Want You To Catch Fish
In the Mens "B"' I-eague. the I!
_. The Venice "All Stars" who
dropped two matches In the Sar- 1-We will not be undersold and will! meet any

DON'T LET DEMON RUST I asota All Star League ast week, competitive price in this locality,

resumed their! place u league 2 If do
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we not have in stock what rOll want,

, Eat the Bottom Off Your Car Cleaners leaders by In whipping two contests the Wednesday Sarasota ve will gel It for you.

Protect night at the Sarasota Bowl- 3-24 hour or less service on ROD and
It With
Compound "L" idrome, REEL REPAIRS.

Undercoating . . Only $3,75 Carson of the Cleaners took 4-Store hrwrs effective December 1st will

A single application by our Mechanics will remove present and high high game series honors with with 562,a while 235 be 8:00 am to 9.00 pm. daily except Sundays

rust and protect the body metal and
other vital parts and
.Holidays.
Tony Dyseven was high for the
I '. LASTS SIX
MONTHS OR MORE.

DON'T BE MISLED THIS PRODUCT IS NOT AN OIL BUT locals Heralding with 216 the and star4 557 of another Let's Get Acquainted and Talk Fish

A CHEMICAL UNDERCOATING local league, a squid sponsored

Guaranteed and Available Locally Only At jointly by Hod sin Electric and

PDQ Service. beat a Lowe's Food R & R Sporting Goods

.. ; Dyseven's Texaco Station team In three straight games.
'I. Both are new teams Barath of

ON THE TRAIL PHONE 3631 Lowe had 134 for high game and Across from Venice-NokomU Bank Phone 3132

516 for high series .






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