Venice gondolier
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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 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: UF00079934:00151
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Gale Wrecks 2 Local BoatsMI II

Receptioneing All Others One of Two Casualties of Sudden StormBaseball I II.

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Speeches, Float, Rides Safety I I w-fi.f'N; $N" ._, ._. #_,' _,

Among Cornwell's Plans; I N .. "
Smashed against the Venice Inlet .

While plans for the receptione Jetties as they Fought shelter .
early yesterday! "' _.
mottling, a aural!
not complete, cadets of the j /
commercial fishing boat and a '
entucky Military Institute will i..4 .
major-league ba. R YAK< ; '
ebalplayer'l tp w. w : :
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finitely be met by a delegation ON 'I- 1..< r' ; ""'\,
$23,000 yacht were the only! known 1 < '<
wwY F2NRNV 1..J city officials when the corps nrM casualties of Into area's "surprise" I
Star Early Wynn's foundered cruiser, -Gondolier Photo
here Jan. 8, for the winter northwesterly calc
\ the "Lo-Jo," gets a line from a would-be rescuer other boat was pounded to pieces further out on t
ason The fishing boat, an 18-foot' craft In Venice Inlet during Thursday's storm. An- the jetty.
owned and piloted by Joe Wade ol t

This was announced last nightJ Sarasota had been pounded tcplcies

Leighton (Count) CornwcM!!, on the rocks of the south License Fishing Equipment StolenIn i
jetty before midnight. But the Liquor Legion Gives $100
w publicity director of the Ven- yacht "Lt-Jo," a new 47-foot cabin firm's Second

c-Kukomls Chamber of Corn- cruiser of Pitcher Early Wynn of OK'd for Hotel I:

the Cleveland Indians, was pulled 1 Fishing equipment valued!
For ResuscitatorJoining
free from the channel and tied to trees
near the Tarpon Center about 9 Meeting in a brief special session about ISO was stolen Monday
The delegation will be headed by Tuesday afternoon at tin
from the Plastic Age Boat
syoi Louis Suter, Cornwell said, pm.All other craft from Venice and Civic Center the Venice City the drive to secure a re-
Equipment Co, Nokomis,
d will Include council members, Nokqmiv--tlght were reported unable Council Issued a license to A. B. luscitator: or pulmotor tor this
to come Into the Inlet during thieves who entered the store
Hider, owner of the Oulfbrees-o
Venice-Nokomis members of
amber of commerce membersd
the day because of the heavy
seas Hotel, for tale of liquor on the removing boards from a rear the No-Vel Post of the American
leaders of other city groups. -were reported to have made port
premises cf the hostelry when it dow that had been broken In
safely. Among them wan a 27footopen Legion voted Monday night to contribute

ayor Suter will deliver the prin- boat operated by Carlton : opens tonight. The city fee for the I other robbery last summer. $100 to the fund bring raided '

pal welcome /tddl'cSl as official Taylor of Venice and John Saun- permit was $200 for the purpose.
I den of Ospriy. Missing all day, its C. H. Obenchain, owner of
ad of ihe The council also approved lire"
city government.The
occupants telephoned just before The ,money will bo laK'.n from
store, said merchandise taken
B. Arcadia
G. Dempsey
publicity man said he also dusk that they had lande'l safelyat Cjuest by the (too fee received from the car-
eluded two bamboo poles "
placlda, near Bcca Grande Another for a permit to sell popcorn from nival that was fctagtd hero lat
>pad 1 to have a float constructedtime small boat was landed safely) ft truck that he will park on the ftcn-Pacr; reels two lamina ,
week under legion sponsorship according -
for the ceremony and to by C W Anderson and Rev, Tamhml Trail north of Wolfs
wooden rods with black reel to Theo E. Dandridge, finance -
range for transportation of the) George Harper Methodist minister Fimhir Station. Dempsey will pay nine knives and officer of the wet. Most of
near the airbase southwest of pocket fishing [
dels from the Seaboard Air Line the city a monthly fee of $3 slid .
the city I fcteel rod with reel. The latter the balance has been used to retire -
ailroad Station' to the school' 00Mileind will take cut a $10 occupational! the $212 debt on the bgion'; : i
'the ofan. found later In the grass south
nter quarters In center The storm, which apparentlywas : Hcenro. headquarters, he said, but some
He asked that all action was granting the store, but nothing further
persons confined to this Immediatearea I Only other will also be reserved for use in organizing -

ling to use their cars, station arose suddenly around 9 yes I permission to the city waterworki been heard about the other the rescue and ambulanro

sons or trucks for the latter terday morning. It waft a complete to purchase a supply of meter- ment. proposed by the veteran's'grouip.
iurprk to the skippers more
call the chamber head- record cards from the
rpose reading
than a dozen commercial and No clue was found as to ,
larterj and leave their names at charter boats which had enteredthe Franklin Press, Bradenton, at a resuscitator drIve0 as !
identity of the robbers. The I
gulf to take advantage of an price of $20 a thousand. Club
local Rotary
let.KMFs unusually heavy run of klngfish btated, however, that he launched by the
300 or more cadets are the after the drowning on Nov. 18 of
Several local craft got thrrugh
of boys, "
i e to arrive on a special train Inlet before the wind had reach- Wishing You they were a gang James 'E. (Jimmy) Blades Jr., 22-

ound 8:15 or 6:30 pm. Jan. 8. ed Its peak of about 60 miles per several thousand dollars worth month-old son of Dr. and Mrs.

e hour, but trouble was encounteredby other equipment was not James E. Blades. Other donationsto
the "Lo-Jo" as soon as It hit
the jetty area.Travelling The only other damage was date Include $50 from the local

its Ak Rezoning at a high speed and ing of a line of about 35 Parent-Teacher Assn.

o Keep Out More Bar hugging the north jetty to avoid plugs on the floor. c'I
being blown to the opposite side of

Rezoning of. portion of W. the channel, the vessel was struck In the robbery last summer, Christmas Hatchet Sharp,

amidships by a heavy wave and outboard motors and fishing
nice Ave., so a* to prohibit the slapped against the rocks. A gap- were taken. The loss that time Youth Learns in a Hurry

fling of any new bars or beer in* hole was ripped in the port estimated at about $1,000, none Jimmy Boone, young son of Mr.

"ants In a one-block urea near tide and the craft was swamped Mrs. Duval Boone of Venice
almost Immediately and hung 110on A Happy New Year which was recovered. and

le First Baptist Church, was the,jetty's underwater rocks. It By-Way, suffered a cut leg Christmas -

ked in a petition presented toe lid not sink completely! became of morning.The .

Venice City Council on Dec. 7. air .In the gasoline and water Venice Gets 'Snow ManWho accident occurred while

anks.; a Jimmy was playing In his back
The area I Involved Is the south Leaps to Jem '
Scout hatchet lio
yard with a Boy
i e of W Venice Ave betweenau Wvnn who was pll-rinir the
St. and Harbor Dr. The B racht leaped onto the jetty in an Likes Hot Sun FireA had received for Chrlsftnas. The
B attempt to make fast a line that hatchet apparently slipped and cuta
Bar was lochieo in this block
would keep the craft from slippingnto gash in the calf of his right leg.
ill It moved to new quarter water. His attempt
deeper snow In Venice? The who
man Mrs Sadie Wolf, a nurse
jrther east :rt: weeks ago, ant and those of Capt Ben Seal of complete with hat, coat,
*r II l presently handled by J. K. Sarasota were unsuccessful, how- Idea sounds impossible, but thatIs and corncob pipe he resides near the Boone home, administered .
and the "Lo-Jo" was saved exactly what could bo seen on first / id. Dr. T, S.
ri at the Venice Sport Center ver. was a combination of white
few onlY'by the arrival of Capt E. F. the lawn of the A. B. Hider residence Thompson gave the boy additional: I
B chicken Wire
doors B ,
west of the : Nokomis, In the "Nellie sue paper
Taylor, at Stone Groves thin treatment that evening r
t 2." With the help of J. I* Dunn and accessories for eyes, u,+

ft Vynn's nephew, who had remaind week. mouth, etc. ,
petition contained 37 +
which aboard the "Lo-Jo" after the He was a' strange "aHow man This Florida-style winter A guest for the Christmas weekend

II, acknowledged that reioii- crash, Taylor was able to channel.tow the too For not only did he refuse ture was made, for the of Mrs. Nelly French who lawintering ,
"ould'ot the JCeysUnce the edge of the
affect essel to made fast to a, channel to' Melt as' he stood in the hot children by Mr. and with her son-in-law and '

It already holds a IIP Jt marker was there: bv Cant. WUlard sun1. But M! actually Mad to' be Charles Corsi, Orlando, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LI...

It would pr,vent the open- Taylor, of the "Storm Kin," who t'ayEti IIi at night to sit by tiib brought It with them when Steckley of ,Groveland ,.ve., was

f of any new met, however It warn out from the south Jetty to fireplace and keeVdry. came to spend the Mrs. Eva Miller of Baltimore,

M Pointed out. The document pIck up the boat's line and make winter resident of St. Pet
fife'explanalteX; of course', |s1H weekend with the HIders. Md., a
r ferre4 to CIty Attorney M. It t fast Mrs. French accompanied
The "Storm King" Wthe "Nel- thY ftiaUHal frott which1 t116I'sh'titdfnl COrsFs are both graduates of ersburg

Iraawel1 for rcudy lie| E" later tried to pull the yachto ** was1 niaafe-. A9th8ti6 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn Mrs. Miller back to St. Pete Bun:

f report- has keen made on the shelter In the let of Treasure IIi! lobkled inrt toe real tbliif-- Mrs. Coral if' Mr. Hlder's day for a few days' visit. l' '
to data (Continued on,Pag seven

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Englewood Christmas Party Funeral Is Held PERSONALIZED LAUNDRY SERVICE -

NEW YfApRR I, Attended by 300 Persons clothes laundered the, Wy you prefer.yOW_.
/ of 300 children and Man
TL crowd For E'wood
adult fathered at.the Englewood

Schoolhouse on Christmas Eve to Funeral services for Francis M. DRY CLEANING SERVICEAgent

attend the town first Community Seelcy, G3, a resident of Englewood ( for Venetian Cleaners)

Christmas party. The affair for the last three month. Pickup and Delivery Phone VENICE
06 Nag sponsored by the town* were held Sunday afternoon In htRobarU 338
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4R;f s : at Saiasola
I churches and other organizations Shannon
Burial followed in the Man Englewood Automatic Laundry
Recitation and Christmas songs Bradenton.
asota Cemetery
ADOPT TWIS MOST SOLEMNLY were sung around a Yule tree and A retired accountant, Seeley

;,0 pSfROMIM THIS LAUNDRY a tableau of the Nativity Seen died In the Sarasota Horpital Dec
HIO},,,NSWIHG DeYT FOR ME/; was presented by school children 22 after being admitted a few day HAPPY. NEW YEARAnd

earlier.He hud been 111 for about
A Santa Claus also appeared and
VENICE two ycnr He formerly lived In
TUBATORIUM gave out gifts and fruit to all the Houston, Tex. and had been employed J ..

BfNDIX children bj a rice milling concerr Best WishesFor
S3 After the party a group of there
Survive Include his widow
young folk toured thy town singing
Airs F. M. S<'ele>, who was Ml ASuccessful
Christmas carols making sp-
Helen Vote ft Englewood before
c'al stops at the homes of shut.
Mr .
I her marriage; his mother ?
Ins. Laura }.t. Sulcv of Alvin, T'x.: Future

one brother, S L. Secley of Arub

Dutch West Indies,And two sl ten, "We Make s.c from The I
Insurance Protects ; Mrs. S A. ErnU of Hcu,ten and 1 Shoes Well"
r Mrs M M Dndson of Alvin.
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M.-\ISSI! LOSSES! .f. ; %. 1,. ..J Honorary pall bearers at the Venice Shoe Repair Shop
Ffre Life : CasualtyGLNEltU ;/ij.j'h- funeral Included L N. Sliding

IVTRNCE: I1iI1ALO'h and J, Young, both of Englea'cod.
Other honorary and active pill '. .-:111 000 ., .:'.'1.:1.:1': :'.' :. '. mesonsMacatee's

bearers were from Sarasota Ani .

Jams T. Ethel B. ....J' Houston. JI Restaurant

n.\\!{ n"IDlGEMCF Cowing St" W.nststPlac'-; R '

\ rLotrD.\ In Christmas Li ht Contest AND STAFF
l':- M :55': ; 1 or 2721
='J..:i.7"" After looking: at niprrxlma :.y _

.. :T3;: ou'door displays, the three >c WISH YOU ALL
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Judges of the Englewood: Christmas I 19-19 I' AVERY
Lighting cartcet fcund most
Close Saturdays at One.
ncteworthy the display shown at t1't HAPPY
the home of Mrs Herman Klugt. : /J
Mrs. Kluge rcccixed a prize of NEW YEAR
$10 for a large lighted star that
II. X. WLMMERS Realtor 122j _. -o -
threw, colored rays from the roof

PEMWLVR: TELEPHONE CO of her 'porch, There was also alighted 1 ) And for Your Dining
FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT Christmas tree on the ...
\\'F STERN UNIOV porch belcw the tree. Pleasure \\'e Will Serve

Other prize winners Har I
cld French, ,SO A Special New Year's Day
Western I' .ion Open <,n Sundays and Holidays 11 to 13 am 17 : Mrs Elsa Bass
*5; Charles Finch 13.IO! and Mr J
Barghausen, $2 Honorable men. DINNER

S4ti3 t+t Ft }:FI +tftttttttftt .tttttft i tttttttt lion went to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 0
w : Glascot. Noon Until 9 P.M. January lit
The content was sponsored by

.M, DUKE'3 DINING ROOM the Legion Lemon, and the Bay Englewood Pest American,Chamber .I J . ,. ,..." ,;.I.i, ,. '.. .. ,. g'Let's *:*'

N (Cast Side of frail. South Nokomis) :t of Commerce Judges were R. 1

+ SERVING TRADITIONAL = C ."!y of Lakeland: Paul Rohmerof

:;: SOUTHERN HOLIDAY DISHES = McComb Ohio, and Cappy Pot Shout It Out !
::: r.. ter of Battlecrcck Mich.

Turkey and Trimmin'it
'.yl' :! .. I
tt: Hog lowl and Blaek-jed Teas :.t homes Rant Jln; I

a+ Southern Fried Chicken ":II Cottages Sea Wall i 0OC,
ti Concrete Work '
"tH'' Seafood In Season HM
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Only $2.00 ,per person All
Noon Until 8 IMLOPEN' t. ,
H., (D\TIt\CTOr.
, Nw "I'r I t Lunch Dinner h I
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VALUES I II CaRtt helped our, business to prosperand

TABLE MODELS TO I Q fsE grow during' 1948, and we hope we
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can. better service
repay you by even

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, And if Your. Radio's Broken'- VENICE' PAINT, SERVICE STORE

We'll Repair It Quickly and Economically 05SPRTLUAABING Du Pont '..."J' LuCli

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VE ICE' RADIO SERVICE Better Living c Ns Pmt
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Sick Radio Made Well In Venice" ,

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VENICE GONDOLItRtVycfN Friday, ) 'r

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"" H#"" .IWW'f. 1 i''tfIVV *r ,. Venice Trailena ti.

Dairy Firm to Sponsor A Christmas Eve

Janie's JottingsBy 1' party was held last PridaJ IUP", I

Janet T. Conover I 'Welcome Visitors' DanceWinter by Ice the Bay folks Trailer who Park.live fc is

Gondolier Social Editor A covered dish meal try

J i In the recreation hall
We know of a young man, stationed with the U. S. Navy in Mono- 1 were shown sad ,
other free public dance on Oct. 30, afterward "I
lulu, Hawaii, who was made very happy this week when he received: Tourists 1 To lilt
the first anniversary of his ownership Plete the fun, the |
and group
a cablegram from Venice. He Is Seaman 1st class H. A. Phillips ex "

the good news he received was that he was the proud papa of a daughter of the dairy. Some 360 persons 2 -eent Christmas gift. 1ENCLEWOOD

8 lb. 2 oz. born Tuesday morning in Sarasota Hospital to hit Residents Invited attended and consumed 460

wife, the former Edna Holgate of gallons of milk and other liquids.
I L. Snyder of Butler, La.; Mr. and I
Groveland Ave. Mrs. Phillips has
I Mrs. F. D. Sargent of Swamp-: To GetAcquainted I VENica,
home with her
been making her CVurch Christmas 110USER'IVEgWe're !
scott Mass.; Sam Johnson ol Baptist
mother, Mrs. Edna M. Holgate,
Washington, D. C.; Mrs. MiltonErman Cantata Repeated TonightThe
since Phillips was sent to his postin A public "welcome visitor Not
He's of Columbus, Ohio; Will 1 Wonyin

expected the Pacific home in about September.April for and Hy Steinberg of Bronx, N. Y, dance designed to help tourists Christmas cantata of the About

and Mr. and Mrs. Clare Evans and and local residents become better First Baptist Church, "From
that "first look" at his new .baby Those
daughter. family of Birmingham, Mich. All acquainted will be held next Sat- Realms of Glory," will be repeated W&sh-Diy Blue,

-0.- 1 are laying at the El Patio Hotel. urday, Jan. 8, at the Venice Coun- tonight for the benefit of those

Home for the holiday season Is -0- try Club. who were unable to attend the
A family party was celebrated! 7
Sponsor of the event will he
Robert Miles. a sophomore at the .
first performance.The ,
ol i
Christmas day at the home ; .
business administration school of George M. Edmondson, Harbor y.
Mrs. Rhoda Moore of Groveland one-hour program will startat
Indiana University in Bloomington Dr., proprietor of the Edmonduon J

Ind. He Is staying with his Ave. Her son and daughter-in-la. Karma Dairy at Nokomis. 8 p.m. and be over In time for .
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Moore, wer t .
parent. Mr. and Mrs W L. Miles Mr. Edmondson said he planned New Year's Eve celebrating, ac. : -
down from Alexandria, Va. Also
of the El Patio Hotel.0 present were her son-in-law ami 1, the event last fall, because of cording to Rev. D. Campbell ,

his conviction that the winter slla- Crawford of the church b
daughter, Mr. and Mrs Thomas pastor
Vacationing for the winter at would be "more successful all
Eddy of Treasure Island.0 sop Around 250 persons attended the
the Pearson Guest House are Mr.
first performance on Dec. 19.Newlyweds' ALL WE WANT TO DO
and Mrs. Ward Stewart of Endi- of Mr. and Mrs.
Recent guests
New Year's Eve Parties isISH you
cott N. Y. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A.V., Moremen of Laurel were

Tripp of Framingham, Mass. Mr. Moremen's nephew, "'11:1": While numerous New Year's ReceptionMiss A Very Happy

Mr. and Mrs Richmond White of his niece, Mrs George Eve will beheld
Moremen; parties undoubtedly Marjorie Marshall, daughter X:\t)
Wiscasset, Me., were also visitorsat I and
Dowd; the tatter's husband at private residences tonight of Major and Mrs. Sam B.

the guest house for two weeks I their son, Lewis, all of Brandenburg the Gondolier regrets thatIt Marshall of the KMI staff, was ProsperousNew
and have moved Into apartmentfor
an Ky. cannot list them. Reason is .married Tuesday afternoon to a .
the remainder of the season.
I -0I that none were reported to the former cadet at the school. He is Year

-0- I I Christmas weekend guests of society editor and without Information Lyle Crawford Smith, a 1847 grad
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Alston of Sjoblom of
I, :Mr. and Mrs. Harry no stories can be uate and son of Mr. and Mrs. L.
South Tamiaml Trail had asguests Myrtle Ave. were Mr. SJoblomV written.
I L. Smith, whose winter home Is on Laundryand
for the Christmas weekendMr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold S
I Other celebrations will be held Groveland Ave. The ceremony was
Alston's brother and slster-ln- of Coleman, Fla.
I Sjoblom of course, in public restaurants, held at the St. Marks Episcopal
law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Alston
bars and similar establishments.These Church and a reception for about Dry Cleaning Service
and the couple's daughter, FloraJo The Misses Dellena and Ruth
cannot be listed becauseof 60 relatives and friends was held
all of Perry In Taylor County. Jelks, pensacola Rd., havas i
their commercial nature, but later at the Venice Country Club West Venice Ave.
Another guest who will remain guest for the holiday season their
would-be merry-makers are assured The couple lefts Immediately afterwards I
until after New Year's, Is their" parents, Rev. and Mrs. Hendley F. 1
of a big night If they will for Morgantown, W, Va.,
rirce Miss Hazel Varn of Lake Jelk of Crawfordville, Fla. Rev. MRS. ANNE Sl'RLS
visit places having advertisements where they are attending the University
land. I In Jelks spent several days this weekas
In the Gondolier this of West Virginia.
guest of F. M. Harp of Laurel
week or last week.
Guests for Christmas and two' at Mr. Harp's cottage on Lake

weeks of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mo- Okeechobee.

Amis and Miss Mildred McAmU .
-0- YEAR
around" If residents and visitor BABY NEW
Groveland Ave. Mr. and Mrs and ,
are ] Mrs. Stanley Stacher lion
had a chance to meet socially. Ordinarily
McAmis' ton and daughter.ln.law'l. Duane, of Washington, Pa., are en- such events are sponsoredby
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McAmis and jrying [the Christmas holidays at Or NEW
such the chamber
I I groups as
sons Billy and Johnny, of Grt'ene'i,I the Pearson Guest House. They expect of
commerce, but he decidedto
ville, Tenn. With them | to return north after the New YEAR'S BABY
do himself
It because nothingof t
nephew, Robert McAmls, Year.
the type had been scheduled lo
Grecnevill. was"I'"I' -.o- cally.

_rt_ Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hugglns and

Visitors In Venice for ..l1-1 l I their three children, Sadie, A'J* C. of C. Director Both Will Find A .

day season include Mr. and Mrs.< Lou and AI of Pensacola. are visiting The dairyman Is one of five lo A
"'ur"11'11",1" and
Harrv Eddols cf Boston Mass: MM. Hugging mother, Mn.I cal'residents who were recently

James 11. Anderson of I H. J. Stewart of Groveland Ave.,I Ii elected to the new board of directors The Infant Products'
Fla. Mrs. M. Korch Glbsonton'j 1..1 of the Vonice-Nokomls Chamber
; i for Christmas. Mr. Huggins _1 They Need In Our K
Sielski of New York City: Joe La-, with an oil company In Venezuela of Commerce He will take office n.

Flue of Margin ('a.; Dewey E. I
Patrick of Washington, D. C.; P. Idays with his family. cf the group goes Into effect.

All residents and visitors of the

Venice Nokomis, Laurel
Englewood areas are Invite ,
PHONE 3461If to attend the dance. Admission 1 f

No Answer, Call 2955 will be free and music will be I

VENICE TAXI furnished by Johnny EJmond&on THE KEXALL STORE

and hij "strictly Grade A" ofl>he PAPPAS
tra.Mr. -I J. JI. DICK LOUIS:

Edmondson sponsored an.1L

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j,. Bean 'Is'ill4 riled I .15 OutofStateVisitors I Cancer Society I couple Following! were present.the ceremony Use

Las.Rites. at Tampa Santa Drops into Hospital: l, opupl* left for a brief wedding Uq
Info CenterThe
Not Chimneyto See 111 Girl Opens will makes
[Christmas :live! ceremony In Attend to Palm Beach. They

Miss Gladys Bean, daugh- Santa had to detour to reach American Cancer Society,,' their home in Miami where Mri

Mri. Edna Bean of Venice, 10-year-old Barbara Olds this under the leadership of Mn Cousins is based as Cousin an Eastern is s
Airlines pilot. Mrs.
the bride of William Den- Christmas. Englewood PartyA Charles McG. Roberts, who is lieutenant stewardess with Pan-American

r Tampa last Friday. She had planned to have hint I commander of the societyfor Ahrtinw. ---r\

I Rev. D. J. Penderfrass per. drop down her chimney at the gala Christmas Day party was this area, will set up an information -

L the rites at the First Worthington ApU., where she enjoyed Saturday by 46 or more,I center at the Civic Center -|r GULF

Eligt Church of Tampa. Maid lives with her mother, Mrs. Win- out-of-state visitors who are staying next Friday, Jan. 7.

for was Miss Mary Radcliffe, borne Olds. But last Thursday at the Y-D Trailer Camp In Mrs. Alpha Field, director of information Theatre
while Robbins Denham of Englewood.Mr. for the society In Sarasota
night Barbara was stricken with
was his brother' beat man. and Mrs. George Welds, will be here on that day to Venice Phone 29&(
Denham was, graduatedthe appendicitis and was taken to managers of the camp, furnished meet with Mrs Roberts and her Wishes Its Patron;
the Sarasota Hospital for an op. two 30-pound turkeys as the main the
Venlce-Nokomis High committee to help organi/c ,A Happy New' Year
cilfch of the feast. Other at
eration. women
I last June and has been emI center. ONE SHOW NIGIITIJTBox I
I in Tampa at the GFC Loanr. The youngster was sure her the trailer park. ..supplied all the The information debit will be Office Opens 7:30 '
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Denham Is assistant manf holiday was ruined, but appaier > inner "trimmiirs," nom mashedpotatoes open each Friday from 2 to 4 Show Start 8:00
to pie, cheese and nuts.The p.m\\ Short Subjects Shown Before
, the company. Feature
,After the
dining tables were decorated
couple will make their home looking out for good little about the deadly disease, accordIng ---
'' girls. When Barbara awoke with flowers. Morey Chrlsten- Roberts. Pamphlets and SaturdayIVc.
mpa after Jan. 7, when they; to Mrs. Friday
turn from a wedding trip to Christmas morning at the hospital son of Belolt Wls.. acted as master and other literature will be available 81 Jan. 1
[Church, Va. They will visit her room was decorated of ceremonies during the festivities and questions will be answered "Return of the Badmen"Jt'H
Donham's brother-in-law and with a small tree and plenty of pictures were taken ct the a Punch-Peeked Showdown

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Han- presents for her to open. party. Members of Mrs. Robots' committee /Soolt with AimJeffrr.v*
:Those who were on hand to celebrate -
In the Virginia city. will take turn at ho Information Robert K>'an'
Ehlle were MM. Christensen; center. They arc Mrs Vincent Also -
Dutch and Mae West of Plymouth Dixon Mrs. Sam Colgft'e, ('nlUrdand Lntest New
on Honeymoons tion at the home of the bride', Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kun- Jr. Mrs A. W. Rrenrdtntci H"I'I'II' \
Mrs. T. M. Wrede "Niilfnu'Uj'r !Suite" and
parents. dert and Butch, of Dodge-
Yvonnn Zflglcr. son
Erttye Moremen. Mrs. H. P. KI1 'kpndall "Auld Lang jII one"' 4 t
ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. The groom, son of Mr. and Mr. ville Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beck Mrs G"orgp M. EdmomUon ant ,
>r of Nokomis, was married Fred Boldt Sr., win enter Trinity and sons, Jerry and Tippy, of New Mrs. Thdma Trrshcr. Sunday Monday I
rd Boldt Jr. rf Nokomis at Bible College In' St. Petersburg Carlisle, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. anrouncH Jim., 2-S. r
has also 1 1"Mdte'Y"
Roberts !
Mrs. She's Tc'n.A..ct! Sh"- "Terrific
i. Sunday In the Venice First shortly after their return here. He Glen Dcty of South Bend Ind. that the society will sponsor i n I

st Church. The young coupleor has worked with his father In the :More Guests benefi' danc on Jan. 14 at the Marring!

a honeymoon trip through plumbing business since being discharged Also Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Do Civic Center. Prizes will be awarded I..,U Buffer l Kill Oooilwln ;
tate, after a wedding recep- from the nary In 1946.ENGLE'S Clark and daughter, Queenie of and music will be dfna'ed! by Irene n.',,'-'' J-hl Sutton

_._.A----........---.-.-_-_._-_:I._-_.-..-...o...o..o..L...'" Ecloit; R. H. Stevenson, Donal Johnny Frlmnnrlson and hli Or l..atr..t1''_-''.'\1.'' .Ill","-:-nirwiMiRrcnrdinri ..
Johnson W. T. Stevenson '
Hewitt, Ray rhestra. Cnrtltr"Sjujkjr's'
i and Elizabeth Hewitt, all] Talking; Trnl-i" ,1

TEA ROOMOX of Muskegon, Mich! ; Mr. and Mrs Local' Airline Pilot Is Wed _0-
Asa Bower of Upper Sandusky, Tne WeA 1hur
HIGHWAY 77J ENGLEWOOD Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. De- To Stewardess in Miami .155.4 It8"Beyond Glory"ie

PHONE VENICE 2486 .. Mann of Northfield, Minn. Announcement was made this .
Glory Story rf a 'Idifr
t Also Mr. and Mrs. R. F. EnfieMmd week of the marriage of Mist Jane Condemned bv Ills Conscience

DELICIOUS, SATISFYING MEALS t daughters, Nancy and Jane, Hampel, niece of Miss Sarah .tarring
Barbara, of Northflrld. Minn; Mr Campbell of Camdfn. S. C.. tn Alan I-a U i"1 I1nlllItpd
Luncheon 12-2 Dinner 5"0. 8:30: i and Mrs. J. R. Huff of Canal Winchester James Lee Cousin. son of Mr. and Adde.1"Hicks 1''I".hbll'k'AI" '
Ohio: IIr. and Mrs. F. Mrs. M. Cousins of Venice. ..
SUNDAY DINNER HOURS: 12:45 2:30 5:30 8:00: : of
Janrschek and son, Kenneth, Cart.wt 'rn"* n'R".rI1l
.. The double ring ceremony watt I
Midelleville!: Mich; Mr. and Mrs nor I 1reOs"Churckend'rns"w
tltN1JMNhN.N1NhtNtt.NtN t't.t1l.NA performed at 2 pm. Dec. 20 in th ',
John E. Chase of South Attleboro Bryan Memorial Mithodist Church i
All Recordi"F "-4'1 n m.
Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. E. A'I :Miami, by Rev. A. Dale Hagler. Courtesy Aloha "".Ie' Shop j
Everett of Providence, R. I. The immediate families of the

FOR A HAPPIER, MORE COMFORTABLE Also Mr. and Mrs. R. Clifford cf'I - '. 1 \
Aurora 111; Mrs. Otllie Stratton "

l\ NEW YEAR and son, F. A. Stratton of Lees Il l

burg, Ind., and Kathy Wallace and Ir

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Via. !.s.. Editorial VENICS OONPOLUR? -T Friday.. f


(Q Jur Gre America & fyJKukWIKOtKM 1

I" 1946 -a&710,519 4oe o"J) 71awAt .

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Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. 313 West
Venice Avenue, Venice. Florida. P. 0. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131.
Entered. lecond-claaa matter June 6, 1946, at the post office
at 'A nice. Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879. To the Editor,
AIICHKAiJ, C K>. ftlWiVlVAWIA., Ventre Gonll..IIL"
;: Your ,
> is Cuneil I"" .
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Subscription rate: On, year, $2.50; six month, $1.50 three r"i, C'A N A 0,4r,, net that rather mrtfns than' all Io, b
iontht> 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cent per word, first 20 and new Cblltol
winces; t cent per word for each additional word. WA sN/tiGTaN is a 1/s:or I"t; :' "r
will take the ": "
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FETE S. CO\0\FK .. .. ... ..... .. .. .. Editor and Publisher JAM' thrmrrha dinancw that with the Chont old

JANET T. CON O\ER .... .. ... ..... .. ..... .:... .... .. Office Manager J O Jll.. the conft.vha which we now yon h?p' barn l16

I10U' IRD K. BRILEY ..... .. .... ....... .... ...... ........ Shop Foreman sv d jaj RE AS "fI.1IrR.. w May"r'a''nl'l1 Rut by the '..11001".

0" CUlt t.ro/ an .rrun ntlyinterpretd U' ..
cE CONSTTUTIONx' Genre" Heel, before rnIhn
New Year's Customs / was eseleeiArtyOF hid I.rall' eo, ,.<1, hla tare .
,7 S'TA"1W LI>IPltfSP Mayor Fut4 .
\ IT JmtI1SOoI aft tong thin; r, JIM I I"tI'dI"" : Me:Chub
!b.me old 1948 Rives way to young 1">49 tonight, the Gondolier pauis AIoIP LAIERU meeting IIr Ih, l\"I''eI.' a
SERVED 1\1/0 In ""'
for :a few brief reflections on the subject of New Year's observances rERMS AS krone to r.ill"Mt 14(tine rnher,. Alto e K
'RU't> > 14",
LVFMWOU61t pOlwlT T OrRoaERTg lie
A\o drnt know when or where the cu..tom of "' to perform hie duties, ,
greeting the New 15 PAtrT Of THE 1111 U.S.U.S. the h.rlt" a, 1 the o nlbi .it
Year orig:nated. But Ito know IT CANNOT Bt REACHED FROw1 1909.1917B esurage tn cull foe fount U kda
we < that some Interesting explanations f LAND \urn4cxrr 90IN6 a Allm doq
> dllyur. In tho "
hivtpern put forth about the practices we follow In connection with >IRou611 CANADA y> "Iwd I. far more in,ry.ue lho sofa?
lesse to M, Hnr.. The 1a5 ..
.vt I. whether the Miwu
to defeat the will
One story, for instance, attempts to show why we feel obligated to back and expect the world to seek them out. bl Ihaclion the Cill

make to much noise and pretend to be so merry as the old year passes We also want to thank all the merchant, readers and friends ..h,) ed During by Mr.. ,t,'evrre.,| ,r Ctla of: a hue

3t as crts that, long before most party "Inspiration" came from bottle, have made our progress possible. Nothing could have been accomplished to the ,lease to M,, R'hfU, who. ..
out that
without their encouragement and support, both financial and a mmlKml .r the Coy,
our superstitious ancestors decided a din would keep away the evil sundry other Indhld"'k W
moral, and any future advances will be due to their continued aid Improperly tribes foam out
spirits they thought were abroad when the years changed i.t The Count II foiled i, hit t]
We pledge ourselves, In return for this support to back all con ion to niridy this obvious
The dread of being alone on New Year'. Eve Is another tradition structive local movement in the year to come and to vigorously oppose Mayor Sm.f also surnslet, %a
point, that
:that, according to the story, goes back to our primitive relatives 1'hoides anything we believe it not in the best interest of the communityas restriction In order Council to .sal.r.,t"1

was that, by .gathering together, sturdy cavemen could preterit a a whole. permit. entitled to in to applicant, It M our who e i identljr m

united front and ward oil any attack mat stray goblins and evildoers now .'.nG.
Note In hit diatribe '
might make nations and his own Pfl..l_
inn, Ma>or Rater became a *
Another story maintains that Father Time, whom most of us regard that after hi lad ip4. M ..
member if the Council fK alb
as nothing more than a cartoon character, is actually a representation to sot the :Motor what .to ea
bout At the etinrluiiuii of the nj
of Methuselah. We doubt this, for although the H brew harangue, mullet nnrl r nf tM hell
pointed nut tint the kiwiai,;
patriarch was supposed to have lived for 969 y'ars1' don't believe ices a amt atnlidr were r'Set

Faber: Time's well-known hour glass and the : dent and that if Vr! SUM U Ik
io> were used in Methuselah -
off thai he
tCA7J more could dm. kg
's days I very pro>nrty rc.ien
NEWS It U Interesting to Dolt fat i
It makes an interesting yarn, though, and th'e name can be said O point at issue was cifiMnei.
have btpn; within the freme> t d
rl borne of the customs that are followed In other lands today. present charter and orlinawd (knf
them will not In ll..lf. ,roar\
In China, fa example, tradition decree that all bills be paid before ter adminMrmiiin fees a Hint still
SALMONMisMr that he dun have
not the lit
the start cf the New Year. Hence both counting-houses and do his Job p..."..!). or bettor

trade>people burn plenty of candles on New Year's Eve, as customers at-wAR from a Council that fare tt IIIIt
action w here actmr U calM to k
come In to settle their accounts 305r deputed (O'U.
...u* True enmiirn. thee area laU
In Mexico, to cite another example, borne families place a small!: necessary. tinlliuncei that ihuiU I k
r acted prompt and KIM '"( m n
lock in a tiny black casket and surround it with lighted! candles ordinance miltht be |PRIMA* n>.
e, mended Al.>. It would "n.hII
'Then they "bury"' it In the garden when midnight conies tern If ocr Charter should lit
MI that tic VHr'ni, menisci wirnrporaUJ
And perhaps one of the most vigorous' customs Is that followedn Into the bud) of the 0
But ll the m.lntme; .h, net Ithave
Denmark There neighbors hurl broken dishes, saved throughout proper a.Immirtratimalready d eIII

the year for the purpose, at the doors of their friends. They are then have,
In roncluulm I dwiU 'like It
jcvittd in for coffee and cake and the size of the pile of biokcn /! Mont on one point that wit "ad t
at the mating You silly rt
NEW5iYOJrls' up
! crockery on the doorstep the next morning Is really an Index of the GOOD Suter stated that when hi preset.
assessed valurtl.ni before tie
popularity of the family in question Jut lear. Councilman Crone
threatened 4t send the n.lld', I
We don't know what customs our readers follow, though we to the Venezia. Hotel to find

imagine they are apt to be along the more usual lines of church attendance ELECTRICITY wrong happened with II that the In bulldlnr.oroU Prentiss Whit

parties and general celebrating. We assessed valuation on hit P" "d
are sure of one thing, rtntrd that the
pal-WAR arty, Jilr. Sut.r
Jicwever: that we wish all of our readers, advertisers, job printing /S or stir valuation was too hrh, becane so
lit ta
customers and friends In loll room* were not
general a Happy Holiday and ProsperousHtw Clyde V. Hlrfl (not Coa..I1"
Year. ) remaiked that take rIb "M

._, earl that the Council eould tb_

7SS2 Se.w'S'Sl',0dltkn ''"
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Of ) roil'I;

'Gondoli granted etas. of'Jill'this. Suter a decrR Mktassa.d
rs ProgressSpeaking valuation of his pertand
ot my know
te the best oil
of the New Year this to be Council has not. to this day.of Rtee's ,
teems a good time to review .. effort to ascertain the truth WI
the progress the Gondolier has made in recent months statement Coat hoe's or
wen toot fit to live In.
While there are still many problems to be solved and hopes to be Your wv troW

realized new employees to be hired so those of us now here can ; FINN W CASPt)!

atop working 60 to 70 Hours a week, new automatic machinery to be

bought so we can turn out job printing faster and cheaper we be1Jjev /PAY OONDOLIER Classing J

your Florida Hometown Newspaper" has made some real gain cost little yet produce Jults '
0 Venice
since its present owners took It over Just Phone

Among the improvements that have been made in the paper In fcre'5 p.m. Wednesdays.
the last four and one-half months are ((1)) a complete redesigning of tot%

its headlines and makeup for better appearance; (2) replacing of the Florida Comfort

old body type with a clean new face that permits more coverage in the K"y //II'

ame space; (3) addition of definite society, editorial and sports sec- Brand new completely ,II

HOOF; H) a larger volume of news and advertising of all ports, and G nlshed apartments; each
(5) a definite! line drawn between news and editorial opinion, with the living room, bedroom

latter confined to its proper place. 1 tile bath. In *W
before/ the war, now cost! $231. District only 5 blocks *
That the people of Venice appreciate the improvements Is demonstrated .nplOiii ,

by both our circulation and our advertising volume. Our cir MtJRE beach.

dilation last week reached 770, or almost double what it was when Rent
took the ...at era Hut knot it tD 't Moderate
we over
paper. And the advertising, due partly to the sea- pont>j.
son and partly to the fact that businessmen realize the value of im9 But r te an Ktulb'"] Nick law bhu By '

proved reader acceptance, has enabled us to give you eight, 10 and ,).,.,,,. Bd in to t tbsasit awe Month Season Tell '

12 page papers in place of the former four and elx-page totiri 1" UN iborwO| kiok faa tion .
papers nun. low 4 Inforro
51t tl.PAIf Unvote tart ft* For
We mention these things not in
a spirit of vanity, but because we '
W friei kil0witt-k
I irtnji fir r
think It proves once more that Venice offers an Writ orS
opportunity to those pti.kt.iir nriNi.1 mhun b I
; who will get behind it and push constructively. We feel P. Sumjar
this _
U Ira
111 or TA _._ 11111 1911.
,f y pertant, too, because we have heard far too much pessimistic talk by '1 Venice Florida '

that who are content to tear down without rebuilding or to just sit ,



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nber $3,11//8. _" VENICE aONDOLuK':

IVIED de with ADuNS may the. an-be CLASS I FI ED. ADS \ :!::;: F, each Miskats foe AQP.M. .fs.riement ,

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r.eor.I W FOR RENT Bret apartment In town.Excellent 16 MM Dili t Howell muvle cun.,-> REAL ESTATE SERVICE'
I on a Uziwill I BEDROOM HOME: Graphle. -
letter lomtlnn New home. ModernoomplrMj with easel aim 4 0 t Sped
alntmc, pl Carrier '
Lord of your Music Shop. Completely furnished. furnished. Twin bad,, and An- complete with widi-anirlf Irra.. fl'! soles -.IiI"
$250 Alpha Season or year eke First floor, prl\iiU entrance front ten and flesh run 1. A. Mi R. Veit' AREA. ..*
and contracting Corner Ponce de Leon and N..... and rar Attractively priced", at 1100.00mr Ice Food EhnnV Covering the FORT tLOKIDA.MYKK ...*-
L HAULING shell utidaont Phone 2704 month. lire Mr. Wn Gray. Englewood .--- ,,1ul SOUTHWEST ilvetlton ,..rater'Coastal
dirt, o"ndi.tk.n. beautiful
Muck fill 871)4 Venire.s NOW '41 Buick sedan Coo At home in Imeawe'
> J01J ____ or phone New paint tion Sw Roy LanglertMyakka . locatltma iMluilint islands: kends
ROOM with bath I .private entunw. FOR SALE Small hmwt and 1-t acre I Muter. 10 miler south of Venice ed and unimproved tropical... busies'opportunities
RESTED In food masonry, *** heat lights> and w aur furnished Irresidential GlOM In Sown. 1.2 block lwhool <> ,' ; : properties, fishing Iud" <.....
good land V setups
TI1R8 klndn n Income
call J. K. Hill.rrc iWR of all and
work dlntrlct Phone 2 D4.
i or Block 009.00.. Ttrnw. J. E. Bartlett I I lee Trading Post SSI W. Miami Avenuephone .\Ing motor imports. trailer rampa. WoIa..

6 WILL .h.... home. ,....,? ? wr. milk Venice. Phone 1701 8802 "iiefiAtinii ranches, farms and land troves. a. Arnmplete -
WORK and trucklnc. lm\t responsible couple' or lady. Box 121. Nu.ItowiiB WINTER HOMB: TIES Center of AUSTRALIAN TINGS for >ale. An] Larry and rental small service tracts. Send for fear

hone Venice 2666. Price 160 up. On terms. J. E Bartlett Tenctlau Cleaners.BOY'S .
at section.JEFFCOTT
FURNISHED G.,... apartment an ft Carl ObenJort teal I
Pad Nave *a". "00... for ....10.. Everything!! "..r.nl.h.d. 204 Venice. ----- -- -nearly m-.., e:'t.,Kt REALTY iSVEST6YE1gTS'
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SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Phone 1112. Phone S1CI Itlrl'ck Work
inplnf equipment tJ "Venice tuar- HOUSE beach for sea"... t trO.femme. CARD W THANKSWe nti:
Sarasota 81- M rm frenband -i. FOOT Covered Weston hove In Real E tate"
tal1Lock",'ocd. Venice 21115. with to Skunk our many Lest a:far. Ihiri
Fuplewonl for their er: In need ol ruura UNUSUAL
Interested In neighbor of Both the USUAL and
IS Knitter"nl'Ttfd- regularly 4 KOOK Apt I bednmraii furnMmT: kindness i.nd empathy during our bourn alli4- -
1Ir errtwir Box 247. Venice or phone 314,4EASON'S '. .er.rds with thiliurh.se
3771. for acajou j of our tin worth of n SELECTION ot bmiMW
.MRS. t'HtliInatallRtlon
1R FAMILY of L. 1*. record uUyvr and residential sites In city of Vnrby
AND Ir.... Fnjuy, 1\1.,1111' It I owner If interested. ,uir record. A\plo. .. Venice n*
complete album on me rettlnt. Addrmi Box
WANTEDRefvnwee Muilo Sh. i., 1
GREETINGS R-ROOM HOUSE frame rnntrud..rwith
Nokomis. I'.HM. Alan
share hnme SAL seven Into In
eiflunm-d, Write M,.. F. 7d.Se'lry REAL ESTATE large corner lot In Hay Point TcUiila lnfor...- I
Ron zr.<. FnkkvtKid. rla fhi,nrFarnmt Inhomet MM. J. II. Kelly M. Vfur .
... REFRIGERATORS TH-Hll ViF HAVK erwaral l ik.H.nl. buys_ tlon.
IC ,> and npartnun'a. '.* 114. harp I
\ they will nut 'a.tVFNirE
APPLIANCES faints at once a.
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CAMERAS To acr.mmrnb.to our trlenda I. F.nvll VoknnU Ave. SERVICE, CALL
)dos wend. l.a.ire.t and vicinity we will star I
TM'fcWRlTKRS oiH-n one or two nliiht a murk until K. '
:ORIS I'lvanIt'I na what day, you would prefer I ROOFINGRoof VenicePlumbing I

Alpha Mitotic Shop Vinlce II Work of All Kllds 1 ShopBox

LEGAL NOTICES'I | Phones ALVIN: Bus. 2ST3 I'. JONES Home 2981 14. Venice Phone 2153

Alpha Music Shop -
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1 U. Trnlre Ave. The li-xluned du hereby certify that\ REFRIGERATORGOT

th-Ti tire ttinHmilne ii Telephone Fquip ?
mint hi the titlmn name ..t
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and that said firm l> rnmptnrd nf the,
I, fti'l"...lTiir prr-in .hn... names and |.la..m TO NORMAL
"Dress UpMYour of residence urn ". follnwii
I, rim R. Leach N.k.ml.. Malnll ALL HIKES Slm'lc'tUHODGIN .
.. A. Ler.h Nuk.mii. ,'Ia.
Ownership of Ijmh Tvkphunv Evt'It" o.

LandLANDSCAPI1'G meat Cn l. .. foil w"l
Coq R I.Kll WXnHiia .
A. i....ch. no>;. SERVICE
It is our nl".tI"n to apply 10 the APPLIANCE
Clerk of the Clr-int Court In and f.>rFuil
.oU Tnunly, Florida. to register the PHONE VENICE SUM
nf Leach Telephone Fimlpwnt -
nail Kami
BULLDOZING I Co, under the prnxlnlon of Chuptor
LAND CLEARING I JO'I58 Laws i.f Florlila, Acts of 1 1WltnpM
I nor h.n.I., this IKtn day rot ..
of Lots :al1dcreage December 15) MOWING
i OttLA4 A. LEACH vlling
TlrN R. LEACH If you are buying or t.pt'edy t.

luMiKhl D.... :<. 'SI. 1048 Jan 1. M 1*)ln Really real estate, you will need
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C. HAROLD BATES e ---- --Storm Yours accurate service

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if I
hat no value ,
SGLE\'fOOD Rod estate
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Island but the heavy load of water DOLIC( the title is not clear. r
tttttttftt4tft4txtfif+tl ff;tttfttttfttt.ttf in the craft made her Unmanageable OFZ1 e '

:t I and the was left on a sand LE Title Insur r

sTOW READY TO SERVE YOU I t bar until an Incoming tide started a Let us explain have tan
be sure you
about Ii She wa \ to you or
+ her drifting p.m. ,.,,.e
to the Tarpon Center Abstract with AttoineyVopinion
of t then pulled
Repairs on All Makes + by "S orm King" a difficult rn t

11" ad Q.. Radios Also on Solovox, ::Io Trylor neuver was In aided which by Capt.l11a.Elnanor (Bill-')) ,

and Ham : \Voodroffe George Gibbs and oti
I Record er Tarpon Ccntci personnelToKsfd Abstract Companyof

Repair on KnekVade'f ..
mond Orgai' K'
\ boat unable to bus Ue Sarasota

north lottv bcransp it win h'ocl'pc

One Day Service :;: by the 'Lo-Jo" was swamped Bin J. Drymon Pre.lHentAtrMArV BrRVIf1Tr'rr'ii'NFH :
died: and was to0td *- STM1IISHEI) 1921 -
whrn Its engine 2It STREET
r- md ziti
1 ruth J tty -
ExperienceiSmitty's K' onto the rocks of the "-

11 Work Guaranteed Over 20 Years :r. by a huge WP\C Its cnptaln W n : F 2- Iffo-

hurled onto the 1t tty aj U.J1t. 91 I L.:' K- ": 3 R :: "!! "A'a 1 R :. &1..11I.

Service struck and narrowly svoired As hR'"it !''I YEAR :
Radio ing the craft roll rn him. : HAPPY NEW
WIhe received an Injury on onItg I
5:SO P.M.: could not be mov.'d .
TILL boat .
9:to A.M.: ... The
?" 11. \1111111 A1'F1 110 from the jetty and only a few

of planking were left of it Y I -
PHONE 'fiflJ t- II .

____ tttttff f iiiiiiiiii ;. late VITU11X7 lat night! 'MM complained ]laif I I
t -
++Fff ) ILveer'
+ilfiiiiiififffii 'r .r right that three beats had grin .I .

.t: '.1..1.;: '. r .1 right by" the "Lo-Jo" wi'hout. I II II .

Celebrating New Year's? .i trying. there to help were her many as she eximnles foundered 0courageous ..-

durin" the
assistance "I aPwf =

.I day. One of the most outttandmstcame OnilrtNokomls I tx .:

when Cant Nathan .
took his 'Ma .V c" Into .I
i of the -- l.
at the height.
the gulf .
Let Us Add Our Wishes I storm to fee If he could help rraft I

marooned there. He was unable to

14 That Your Party And ,: do anything and returned a short .. WITH REVELRY
the jcHv -
,I time later coming Into
Future Will Be with the aid of a sea anchor Ho I AND SINCERE :
Your II foundl'redVhl'n the anchor i
too; nearly
line fculed his propellor BEST WISHES s
One. .
41 A Happy shaft, and only assistance from .
r Blortcth In a com ,
2apt Lyman him from' the the new year. Amid I
merclal boat kep I we greet ii

j_ rock think .ofus.
S*. I surroundings
ALL, OF THE iii A coast guard plane from your gay '
WE WANT TO THANK back and for'h i : .
ESPECIALLY WHO MADE POSSIBLE Petersburg flew the day ap' < and remember\ that you have
FRIENDS during
CUSTOMERS AND over the Jetty I IIi
AND WE PLEDGETO herd" on the vesteU Peace Health ana .
OUR PROGRESS IN OLD 1M8 YOU .. parently "riding Born of I our wish for !
SERVING Cmdr. Harry r
IN below. ill
EXERT bUR' BEST EFFORTS I the Bradenton coast guard aullary 1 Good Cheer in '48.

FURTHER IN 1M9 also came here by land trana- .

GARAGE :Iii rtatlon''but was unable Joe Jossart to render LUMBER & SUPPLY' C

NOKOMIS assistance. OHNSON ,
|DEVLIN'S .i. 3.Q. any auxiliary boat Inspector for : [ ,

that Counta Iii the area, was similarly handicapped Phone 21511,111'1.1.I.I'II
4uto Repair,,with Guarantee and Indicated 'ho would start I sward Avenue'

North Nokomis I to have a coast guard"t Uiu/181/D'i/III" : .I7UIIP: .LlUl'/, ,:' :', !':, ,
movement ,:
be(Trail: a set up here. : ; /II.III."I..I'I.I.II.I,: :! ,:

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Repair on 'Rec BandstandAre JOB let
3 Fish Cowhorse Racing
TourneysFor Let THE
Nearing Completion
Bowlakade aom,4
Venice AreaGiving Starts on Sunday Printing. Just
Rebuilding of the !old bandstand pllateCAPPE
Match Results
Venice sports fishermen Quarterhorse racing, the cowl In the Civic Center Park started

nn even greater Incentive for makIng Teams S"be1..lallo" Handicapped Totals boy version of the "sport of kings" three weeks ago by newly-elected New, Repair

good catches, the Sarasota lit Ind J.rd TP wily be held here weekly starting Councilman Victor Retty, wu By Hour and or

County Anglers Club this weeks announced MEN'S LEAGUE Sunday afternoon I Hearing completion this week. Costly

It would sponsor three Electric 974-797 PI2. 05 102n-Kt 14)4Alorjan A series of races between fast An Inspection of the site yesterday F. SROU '
tithing tournaments in 119 In addition M9-622 H64-7S7 P11-6S4 2013Josarts muunU from ranches in the Venice Engles cod
revealed that ReJty, with phn,, yg
to the annual International ,
1008. n M1-7M 1011-8211 {411 Sarasota and Bradenton areas
Tarpon Tourney I Fnrl'i i6-74S 1042. 79 903-740 ZC2 will start at 3 p.m. at the trackon the help of volunteer worker and

Prize in the competitions!\' V Fond (25-709 H21-70S H6974'Enclcwnod 2157 i the Albee Municipal Airport, city employees, had already rebuilt TARPON

be worth a total of $1,200, It-wan according to an announcementyrstcrdny the broken-down cement pit.
rilktlo'iid lure by George F. Gibbs K'IO9S H4-70B H5A-H5I 0'5 C
by R. C. Dick> Curryof lars and erected the framework ofa ENTE1
Jr.. owner of the Tarpon Center Furniture Nckomls.
"JJ-754: 1004.023 022-741 Yuba roof over the structure. All that
line A director of the club All mllly'i'. H4I-CS7 U.K-6HJ Nt 1-606 tHigh Curry who had charge of toe remains to'be done, he said, Is Tide
prizes ,"':11 be In sports mrrchuuiso Tab
racing dining the American Lo- !
Slnrltl Joe Jwrart. 293. i iverlng the roof with shingle.
and will be awarded at the
High Ftrlfnt nanilli, 671. gion's Ltbor DRY celebration thlyear !<
When finished the bandstand Is
:0(1 of the t'liinc')' ln\olvod I VENICE
salu he and of local I\'LhT
a group
The first lrurnaml'nt111 run MEN'S: "B* IKAf.lK to< be used aa a recreation shelterfor (Punta Rasa CFri.
cattlemen had decided to
from Jnn 1 through Mar :51. the EilmonJacn t-urists, residents and civic .
tTl-Pltl tr,5-PU: fi?S. KI 1'ic.l! quarterhorse racing here each shell Dr. ;I 11so
clubs The was built when
wiond 1 from April 1 through Sept.3i Is
Radio niCHHJ82! 70-hB7 1993Green's I Sunday all an attraction for tour set., Jan /
> and the third from Oct. 1 the city Vas laid out 25 years ago. I.M 44Sun.
Fuel Won by ForfeitJ ists and race enthusiast fell ruins after the roof ., lOII so l
'arc; ugh Dec 31 Each tourney 'illhave but to Was Jan 1 sMum.
J Aircraft torMtrJ Game I lnq
two divisions. one for fish Ii i mamaaauammm I iwiiMarNOTICE blown off about 10 year ago. .. Jun, 1 1'11' m a
.. High Slhiilci' lAltnnmlron: I UPH.th 1it
t. o
.., lg
offshore and
ght the
other for Rafters fur the reconstruction Sit
Si-riii! B. .:dm"n('...n. 459. Toei., Jan. 4 PIA if
hoe taught from bridges bays were donated by George Young- 1:50 am l isJnn
WOMEN'S IKAf.IE Persons who have not renewed p, lit
;iasn(?. or bi'aches. berg a local contractor, While /i toThnr
'n thr .ff.hnrc iKhiim prn.rill b I ,. mitlv'n '.1H 694799! CiO-751 170) City Occupational Licensed. contributed Jan kit as tin
beam supports were
u.,rlil for the three largest fl.h token k Club 4k-BM tli7-71S 46'-6f>4 Idol which were due and payable on n IIrFri.
In i.rb il the Mlwn! .|>e>.1.-.l lli.nitii. Oct. 1st. must do so by Jan. 13, by new Councilman Albert Sie- Jan : Ili
Dyn-vin 61,0.1:09: SI1-7SI 6IU-700 UITFUctile 3
QUikcril. Ihilihln Amber. Jack Crcmp. grlst. Volunteers who have helped 6:11: Cis@
6JV7H4 Itin-fPP 59".757 I'M 1919, as after that date war
"r. Jack, KineflKh mill Rrdfirh" Any liP< with the construction work include 0 ,
.if lm' or lure mat K. reed but netted High 811 clef Do ftUv. 174 rants are to he Issued for those
Dan and Leo Oprlsiu Valencia Live
,., mmrid full will be bimnid In the High Sulcxi Marie Pfuff. us.MFRnUSTS' not having them. Bait
MTtixl ilitiilim) the aword.11 go for Apts; Louis Appolson, Park
the three hnw
Floi.nd.r. l.ruitpor.; Jack Ladyti.h. Mnn- SCORN NOT n'RNEP IN Helga Rqess Siede Al VVilhughby, Clcston Davies and All Types of Both

wrote Snapper. Cubic, Pompano RoiKuh. SARASOTA rtHrNTALL.STARR Tax Collector Julius Kucera all of the Venice
8..1<. Sh.epahcsd Speckled Trout and| Available At Our Dtfa
Spanish Mackerel The live of bait or Venire All-Slur. Won two games Bay Trailer park.
rtificUl lures ii prrmlmblr. but all Mathews rurnltiiir Wor. i>*t
entries bunt lie taken with r.rf an. ml I '. .' '. . '. '., ..''. ... ., '. . ..
VON' Vrnirt All-Stir, now In a.\ a" tic for
Eight weighing stations will be Irani lend with BallrnlWi Beer and
operated In the county during the Central Watch Repair PUBLIC 4

cutest, with the Tarpon Center High Sinfflet Not 'Rlp..rt".
High Series Ernie Peter 6<'. VENICE COUNTRY CLUB
being the only one designated for .

the Venice area. The tourneys will a

ti open to club members only but rectors of the anglers club include': GOLF COURSE

Any sport fisherman may join by President H. S. Bowden of the

paying {1 for a membership card Venice City Council and Manager 9 Holes 60 cents All Day =13
at the Tarpon Center, the R & R Phil Callanpn of the: Tarpon Center .

Sporting Goods Store, Brady's Seafood Restaurant Callanen was SHORT TERM MEMBERSHIP RA.tF."

Restaurant or The bait houseon elected to the pest en Tuesday II Including Golf and Social Privileges)

the North Jetty Gibbs last month and Bowden last M WEEKLY. $1) MOXTHUl

In addition to Cibbs, local
di- year.
tTONIGHTS Blind Bogie Tournament Jan. 916 Inclusive\

I / Ringer Tournament During Month of January

THE NIGHT TO Entrance Fee 50 Cent

I I PAT HALL, Professional: Kessons By .Appointmeij:

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If you go out to celebrate tie arrival of the

New Year be sure to stop in at I Your Land 0' Sun Milkman


: s mitt y''s tavern t; 44 M.t.. IN

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f -? And if you're celebrating at home > od'll Venice Nokomis Englewood Laurel Osprey

want some help from the complete line ot ...

Domestic and Imported Package Goods atSmitty's *
Will Be' Host to Winter Visitors
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Package Dept.Old and Year Around Residents

Taylor . $7.00 fifth M SATURDAY NIGHT JANUARY SAt

Yellowstone, Bottled in Bond ? $5.95 fifth oM ,

Martins Deluxe Scotch . $8.30 fifth .oMt The
oM .
<12 year old) :

Scottish Cream Scotch . $6.25 fifth :t VENICE COUNTRY CLUB

(8 years old) .

Highland Queen Scotch $5.25 fifth :tot oHoM Dancing from 8:30 on

Lord Calvert . $4.75 fifth :44

Guckenheimer . $3.69 fifth :..
Cinzano Importer Vermouth $1.98 fifth :.. .

Hennessy 3 Star Cognac . $7.40 fifth :t t JOHNNY EDMONDSON AND HIS ORCHESTRA


a Imported Champagne . $5.25 fifth : .

j Everyone Invited Admission Fr

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