Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00144
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 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: UF00079934:00144
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Enters Hearing on Canalj Apartment Set Policies and Tax Bills Cause :U

ouncil Race ,At Civic CenterThe For 'Gardens' RegulationsUnder tr

Wave of
West Coast Navigation John C. China, manager of the

District has invited Venice cocktail lounge of the MayflowerHotel j :'
Retty prop- FireA li
gainst erty owners to attend a public in Washington, D. C., visit- Screams and moans filled the air

hearing Nov. 18 to discuss rights- ed Venice two weeks to arrange for here yesterday at least figuratively i t

Although: "hush-hush" strategy of-way for the proposed inland construction of a 12-unit tourist special meeting of the Ven- when Venice property 1

Mings were reputedly held for waterway canal, according to a apartment in the new Venetian ice-Nokomis Chamber of Com owners received their tax bills for "1.
Gardens development north of merce, expected to be one of the
onerous candidates and would-be story that appeared yesterday in ,
uididates in various parts ofwe the Tampa Tribune. town. most important since the organi Although aware that the city I i
zation's constitution in
> this week, there was only one The story also quoted Jo- He was accompanied by Frank V. was adopted council had increased the tax rate ; .
1931, will be held tonight at the
oncrete development in the raceor seph K. Merrin, district engineer, Davies, sales director of the Arl- Civic Center. by four mills over 'last year's fig- ;

> posts on the Venice City CounL as saying that two houses were ington Homes Corp. of Arlington, ures, few persons were prepared '
being built on the route Va. Davies is in charge of northern Principal purpose of the session, for the sizeable increase this made .
sales of the according to President Robert G, ; '
development for in
their total bills.
which the canal is
This was the filing at the cityall expected to
Haines, owner of the Venice Furniture
his firm. Both he and China
cut through Venice. were One man, P. L. Haynes of Grove-
of a petition by Graham
Co., will be revision of the
scheduled to return north after
rench, vice president and treasrer No information on the matter constitution and by-laws to bring land Ave., was so perturbed that j
their visits, but Davies is due back '
he inserted ad in the Gondolier
of the Venice Country Club. was sent to the Gondolier by them in line with present condi- an
rench indicated he intended to Merrin's office, and he could not this week. I tions. offering his home for sale. The ad
Native of Argentina said "no reasonable offer" wouldbe
in for the one-year term left va be reached yesterday because of
Chine, 38, said he had decided to Also on the agenda, however, he refused and ended with the notation .
last month the the
ant by resignation holiday.
move to Florida "so my three chil- said, are other vital matters. These {
: "Reason for selling, I ant !
f Councilman George W. Botts. '
dren can have plenty of sunshine include choosing a replacement for not able to the recent advanca l.
nho was forced to go north for and a chance to from Secretary B. E. (Sarge) Bowen,I. pay" '0
grow up away in city taxes. He said the tax op 'J
nedical treatment.The I'Dean' who retired Oct. 31 and Is remain-
of Photogs large cities. The youngsters are his home had Increased from $36 :
same post has also been Carol, 10; Junior, 7, and Eddy, 3. ing on the job only until a successor last year to $74.25 this >ear. .

po:en for by Victor Retty, owner China is a native of Argentina, is appointed; deciding

t the Gulf Theater. French's fil- Dies Here at 82 but has lived in this country since whether the chamber should openan ,!George Another Read protestor of the ,Worthington Manager ;II \It
thus made this information booth the Trailor
|ng particular on
pos 1927. He was connected with the Apt, announced that "the only : ft.I .
ion the only one in which a contest Waldorf-Astoria and other large take some other measure to at-
difference between the Venice tax
's i now definitely assured.No Funeral services for George M. hotels in New York City before going tract the attention of passing mo- .
collector and Jesse James is that ;
dmondson Sr., 82, who had been torists, and a general discussion of .'I'. .4
opponent has yet entered the to Washington. His wife, Elsie, I Jesse carried a gun." He said taxes : .
known as one of the deans of : the chamber's policies and ton
ring against Councilman Smyth J D. is a native of New York. pro the apartment had jumped from ;,

Brohard, tavern owner and former American photography, were held China said his apartment wouldbe grams. less that $1,300 last year to $1- I" .i i

school principal, who has filed for at 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at I constructed in six double pull- Open to Public 577.20 this year, and that "we 1! 'rr

I the remaining two years of the the Robarts-Shannon Chapel in man units, each of which will havea The session is to be open to all won't make that much profit front': :

Itemi he has filled the last year Sarasota. Burial was to take place single large room with kitchen members of the chamber, all those the apartments even if they are all I.: .\ 1

|by appointment. There is likewise later in Cleveland, Ohio. and sleeping facilities concealed in I who have been members in the rented throughout the season." .

I competition yet against Albert Edmondson died Monday at the the walls. He hopes to have the past and all those who are in business 1 :
A member of the city council
Sejgrist, retired dairy machinery home of his son. George M. Fctrondson : work completed by Jan. 1. I or have an interest in the said that the increases, in most 'I:
[distributing executive who has filed Jr., at 244 Harbor Dr Hrud welfare of the area. It will start at I .
cases, were due ot the fact that the f
been ill for about two year 8 p.m., half an hour later than originally '
for the
| four-year post that will
Davis Pleads GuiltyMrs. I millage increase had been for service -
Kern in Norwalk Ohio Edmond- scheduled. The
1 be open with the completion of the change was I on. the city's bonded indebted- .
I term of Councilman eon learned photography from his Katherine Davis, 20, Ven- made to avoid conflict with a Com- $ 4'
George Higel. ness. The Homestead Law, and other lg
father. The latter had been head- ice Farms woman, pleaded guiltyto munity Chest organization meetingto
French, 57, is a native of Rose- exemptions that cut the size of k
master of a college in England at a charge of assault with intent be held at 7 p.m.
[mont in Montgomery County Pa. taxes for operating the city gov-
the time that a scientist, one of the" b murder in the second degree The decision to amend the con-
He was graduated from the Pelancy "' ernment, do not apply to debt serve ,t
fatuity members discovered phonographic when she appeared before Circuit d
School at Philadelphia Pa. a stitution and by-laws, which have i<- levies. ,.
in" 1908; from Harvard process sim.lr.r to the Judge W. T. Harrison on Wednes- had only a few minor changes in

in 1912, and from the law University school daguereotypes that were developedIn day in Sarasota. Passing of sen- the 17 years since they were drawnup
France about the same time. The tence was delayed pending a report was made by the directors at New Welfare Home
continued on Page Two) school head brought the process to on her case by a parole board. a regular chamber session on Oct.

I hm country when he cane here to She allegedly wounded Patricia 14. The motion to do so was made To Open Formally ,'

Community Chest mile, and he taught it to Sis son. Mumfield[ 11, by shooting at a by J. T. Blalock of the Venice-No-
Residents of the Venice-Nokomis-
Although he rettfed five years truck: in which the girl was riding komis Bank and seconded by JamesA.

Meeting Tonight ago, Edmondson maintawJ: Ills in- after a guava picking expedition: Hightower of the county school Englewood area have been invited

t. rest in photography to his death with her grandmother, Mrs Arthur superintendent's office. by Sibley White, president of the
In Sarasota County Welfare Assn., to
.I preparation'for the launching (Continued on Page Two V'agiier.Child's Reasons for Decision
of attend the formal opening on Sunday -
Venice's first
Community Chest Reasons for the decision were
Drive early next week, there will be I not made public at the time. Lack of the new Sarasota County

a meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the I Program Starts Here of finances in the chamber treasury -I Welfare Home.Construction.

Venice Country Club of all heads I is believed to have been one of the home was

of local civic clubs who will par- rators and the principal "charac- contributing cause, however, for made possible by a fund-raising

tici ate in the drive. Record Story Plan ters." one of the amendments that will be "drive in which many local organi-

The Venice-Nokomis Rotary Club Tonight's record story will be proposed will be a change in the zations participated last spring.
18 in May Be Nation's 1st I These included the No-Vel Post of
charge of organizing the drive "Bugs Bunny Meets Elmer Fudd, membership classifications and

in this area. J. T. Blalock, chairman a Capitol Records release about a I charges. There is only one general I the American Legion, Rotary,

of the Rotary drive committee, An innovation In children's theatre rabbit-hunting trip by the famous membership classification now and Lions, the Women's Club and the

has asked that all presidents of entertainment will be introduced cartoon bunny and his companion.The .|lit calls for only a flat fee of $5 I Community Service Club. The le-

local organizations be present at I to Venice movie-goers tonight at playing will start at 7:45: and per annum. The new proposal would gion Auxiliary agreed to furnish 1

tonight's meeting. Each will pick the Gulf Theatre.It will be finished before 8, when the set up both business and social one of the rooms in the home, Instead -

a committee from Its club to be will be the playing, before the movie program' Is scheduled to memberships, with a fee of about of donating funds, and fur

Workers for the drive. regular program starts, of a recorded start. A different story will be pre- $25 for the first and $5 for the niture for this purpose was taken
sented with each of movie latter. there last week.
Millard change
Davidson, secretary of story about characters popular -
the Sarasota Chamber of Com- with both youngsters and programs during the week. Other changes will be suggested The home II located on an 11-

II1trce and a member of the County their more Imaginative elders. The The idea was conceived by Paul; it is understood, to make operation acre pine grove on North Orange

COmmittee for th Community idea is thought to have never been Goldenstein of the local Alpha Mu- of the chamber more "dem Ave., about a mile from the cen-

Chest, will also attend the meeting tried before in this country. sic Shop and will be put into ef- I ocratic" and to give the general ter of Sarasota.

and distribute literature and helpful The story records will be taken fect through the cooperation of membership a greater voice in its Inspection hours on Sunday will

I Instruction for the workers. from albums released by leading Mr. and Mrs. Victor Retty, theatre I affairs. The organization has been be from 2 to 6 p.m. Members nf

Plans for this' meeting were record companies. They will NOTe owners. They pointed out it would criticised privately by numerous the No-Vel Post Auxiliary are ask-

Blade at Rotary'i weekly lunchon e accompanied by moving pictures I enable youngsters who have no busnessmen, who assert the directors ed to be present to help receive

llleetinz at the country club yes- but will include musical phonograph to hear some of the have long conducted it; 'M a visitors in the room equipped ,ty' ,

I., backgrounds and the. voices of nar- latest children's records. (Continued on Page Two) the local group.'I .


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GONDOLIER Friday. November '
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""" Wt'dn" "rlll Harry Green l
1-, (fir. on MoncV-s. Charles Reiter
land, and he kept an aut frnphed; I]' & Ievlco ITAGains .. .. .a, i.J..I.J. .. -. .. t fc.. ,c.
Edmondson (( ,
., first to limsh his t
ihoii.t i- tnllI"ease. half
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Continued rum Page! One) Until his death he W-PS A light note In the meeting wasa Dr. Blades', who was aWarded
I here. MembersMembership pie-eating contest, participated in cigar. lilt
He had photographed nearly every i tie oldest living past prtiden'f! by four men chosen by numbers f 'Program chairman was
president who served during the $3: l the Photographers Association' of in the Englewood from the audience. They were, D. Tate. l
j pn Teacher Assn. has increased
years he was in business in Cleve- Aineiica. cent last
more than 15 per
s Mll I year, it was disclosed at a meet- I
I ing of the organization Wednesday
1 I night at the schoolhouse there. ,GRAHAMFRENCH:
'I : Some 84 persons are now signed
MunicipalHeadaches : up with the school assistance
group, according: to Mrs. A. E. Bartholomew
publicity chairman. This
makes the group eligible for a blue
ribbon award from the National

I, Congress of Parents and Teacher,
she said.
The at the meeting included
As we shall soon be called upon to elect t :a majority : talks on "The Healthy Dr.
Child and "Immunization" by
of the City Council it would seem timely to James E. Blades of Venice. A

call attention to some of the problems that thee sound film on "Cancer" was aUsliuwn CANDIDATEFOR

Council will have to answer in the next year: or two. subject and was a led discussion by 1lrs.o'rances on the I

Scott of Sarasota. She introduced
\\hat is to Iv done about our bonded 1 indebtedness Commander Mrs. Elizabeth Strong; I

approximately S20o.ooo.oo whose interest and Information Director Mrs. Alpha .

rate jumps from! the present 3 per cent to 1 Field of the Sarasota County i
American Cancer Society, and announced ,
l per cent in 1 l)5l I. and I to 5 per cent some yeir thereafter : that Mrs.I Field is in her City CouncilONE

? Shall we refund or not ? If so, on what: basis.hat : I
City Council i
\\ is to Iv done about the Water Works'? I
1 (Continued from Page One)
Indications: are that: present rates will] not pat off pf Temple limernty in 11U1. I YEAR TERMIN

' t the plant.: Shall we rake rates a:;:lin. < .r shall: we An attorney in Philadelphiawhen '
he retired and moved to Venice -
f; borrow still more money and gamble on the future? last year, French had rpeciltixed THE ELECTION TO BE HELDDecember
t in and tax
estate management
\\hai about the sanit.tr: : se\\ er r:1I1'C!: li.iv.1: .
work for the fix preuousears.
bought and! paid for to the tune of over sS.ooo.oo() ) lie vas also a licensed investment: : i,

and the W..UT: works extension. plans: that cost str ).. I adviser from II.H! to IIM7: ; in the: 1 1He 7
Insurance business from lMl! ; loilMi !
200.1()( HI'i halve: i\i\: them, scrap them, or revise I and was associated with ':

them' Smith, Kline and French, a wholesale
drug manufacturing firm, from II
The "iI 'ces c.mh'dites; : will!: have In answer I 112!' to 1131.
The candidate is married, anEpiscopalian urges all city residents, who are eligible!i to
': > itnj! the
-e ytit'Sl(:' ns, : way inrhi'h they :are I I

Ii :lI1s'L'rc.jrill determine! the ;im
taxes direct or indirect. Consequently our need i is I the Higol Cottages on the Inlet once if they have not done so already.nd "rhea:

for Councilmen who will take time and thought l'd'l the election comes -
I Ij C. of C.
\ t than expediency whovill hi\e the courage to (Continued from Pace One)

adopt' definite policies and carry them th.l! 11. "private club" and that its programs Vote As You Please
i I have been of only limited

, The record ot past: Councils in matters calling value to the members and the com BUT VOTE!

4 for linanci.il; astuteness is not such as would convince munity. Director Disagree

i i us that: they did it with mirrors.-but rather This view is opposed by some '

that they dropped whole stack of mirrors and left f directors, who point out that the
t [directors have always been anxiousto
the taxpayers 1 : to rick up the 1 pieces. This year it : have the members participate

would seem; to be particularly important that each and that the directors' meetingsare Keep 'Em Happy
always to the members.
j and: t''eTvoter, she car:ful consideration' to oar They point out open that "we can't go

problems b.s'ore selecting I : his repre ent1tioll ci: our out and drag people in off the And Save
next City Council. I streets if they don't want to at

!I I tend.Among" ) the proposals that may Tool!

be made to bring about ,
Tills Advertisement:! inserted by FINN W, CASPCTISSN: I greater
Reg. Real Estate Broker, In the public Intlr. t.1> "democratization" of the chamberit 4Xbetter CLTT1NG PRICES AGAL
II is understood, is one that would famous. nourishing VW
_4li ttli" ----. reduce the number of voting directorships Give thorn to )our \M
I and require that all such and poultry. louU "lib
QI' directors be actively engaged in and they'll production.respond
health and
RADIO SICK BROKEN ? business or the professions. The -
present board has 15 members, several .
I of whom are retired or We'll fix it for ycu very (julc: sly I wise i not engaged in bus:ness.
FEED 25 lbs. .51,29]
and for a price you can affcrc! : :Secretarial CandidatesThe
selection of a new secretary

Sorry No Work On Auto Sets) 1' is to be made after presentation of LAYING 100 lbs. e .$ 1'90
'a report by Directors Smyth Uro-
And If You Need A New Set We Hate The Best I: hard Mitchell, H., who S. Bowden were appointed and George last MASH 25 Ibs. .$1.35

Portable Public' Address System for Rent week to interview candidates for'
Battery or AC Operated: I the job. These are J. Leighton 20 Per CentDAIRY

VENICE RADIO SERVICE I (Count) Cornwell, former govern FEED 100 lbs. .81.20
attorney; A. E. Beaudry, re- -
Sick Radios Made Well In Venice" tired consulting engineer; Col. \V
251 \V, Venice: Ave HORSE
Phone G.
2672 Wright a retired army officer,
and Robert L. Gregory, former U. 1.5U
Ibs .
S. Government printer. The first 100 I -

three haeolunteercd to serve< ::
PERSONALIZED LAUNDRY SERVICE Your without pay cs "dollar-a-year'' WHOLE .

clothes laundered the way you prefer men. CORN 100lbs..S3.9Also

HOES FERTILIZERS for Citrus Lawns and Garden'

(Agent for Venetian Cleaners WHILE 4W

F Pickup and Delivery Phone VENICE 3385 YOU WAITDeke's Venice ShopW.

Englewood Automatic Shoe Repair
Laundry cost t. OU Fin Button A
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SATISFACTORY for Home and :''1 1'II
General Engineering & Machine Co. Industrial Use. ;i3. I
Jossart Plumbing Co.


Day Phone 3601 Night Phone 254? Fl ratio Bid-* Phone 3564




EdgeVenice J. K. HillI.

By-VVay Phone 2014 VENICE PHONE 2778 .\1 Ur.L PHONE 3374


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Standard Oil Co. % Venice Lumber Co. Bowes Seal Fast

PLoYD ZEIOLER, Aftnt Sarasota 412 E.VENICE AVENUE PHONE 3222 Corrode "Terminal Battery CabletI ;


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100 Di s trictVomen ExpectedAt _. Janie's Jottings

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By Janet T. Conover

Federation Meet in EnglewoodWomen's j Gondolier Social Editor

Enjoying the salt air and sunshine at Jamay Beach for the '
1 Club season are Mr. and Mrs. Ted W., Mayborn and their three vf*
Lemon Bay sons,
Club Has) Reed-Zeigler Ward and Don, who hail from Dallas, Tex. Mr. Mayborn I is p I
of Associated Publishers Inc. of that city, which publishes, ami l'elidst

I I Wedding Today To Be Host at things, the "Drilling" magazine, a trade publication of the nnw-ui
Season's 1st Meet business. Mr. Mayborn'a vacation

'I will not be all play, as he will be I Wilson is with the
Church will! be All
The First Baptist Amerius
: All Day Session doing research and writing for various Carnival, now wintering in
Reports and Plans the scene this evening of the n\ar- : trade journals 'on oil and in- And Mr. and Mrs. C. Parlett]'rani"
riage of Mis. E\el>'n R,s* Reed, dustrial equipment during his win- their daughter Penny III

Occupy Members daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Member cf the Lemon Bay Wo- ter sojourn here. from Uniapolis, Ohio, to tame be da!

Anderson of Englewood. U Norman 1:1ao': Club, Kr.gleood, will be -0__ for the cold months. u

The first meeting of the season of Paul Zeigler, son of Mr. and Mr*. boKK.t"* Monday to delegates of 1 The G. A. Cunninghams of Rad- -0The -

the Venice-Nokomis Woman' Club M. S. Zeigler of Nokomi the 12 h District of the Florida ford, Va., drove to Venice last Misses Frances and u|
II weekend to their fourth winter
was held Wednesday afternoon at Rev. D. Campbell Crawford, pastor yydmtion of Women's Club. Shinkle returned to their kom.l
here. They staying at the
the Venice Country Club. The club of the church, \\perform\ the The t'"nfl'N'n'eill begin at 10 are Armada St. last Saturday, ,alts
Miss Arita M. Gra\"es,1 ceremony at 8 o'clock. iTribby Apts. summering in Watch Hill, R.t1\
president, a,n,. and will be presided over by -0-
was in charge. j i! Mrs. Reed, who will wear a ",.1. Mrs. 0. R. Dobson of Arcadia, director Also back at their winter homeon latter Cloisters left Tuesday morning wl
in Sea
' 1 dier blue suit with black accessories Island, Ga.fctI
The meeting opened with a group] of District 12. The district Pansacola Rd. are Mr. and Mrs.J. .I brief vacation with her motkl
will have as matron cf honor ,,
singing of "America," with Mrs H., her sister, Mrs. Charles Czer- ;; takes in the communities of Arcadia Webster Manning, who arrived Mrs. A. Clifford Jhink'. TheYd*

1... Mundy at the piano, followed by] vinfki Jr. of Englewood. Best man Punta Gorda, Sarasota, Wau- Sunday from Washington, D. C. both return to Venice pntal
-0.- '
the recitation of the club creed by will be Harold Zeigler of Nokomis,chula, LaBelle, Moore Haven and A number of Ohio folk have arrived ; next week.

t the members. brother of the groi ni. :j I IMrs Englewood and it is expected that in Englewood to open their --0-

1 The business session was de\'ot.1 t Recd is a graduate of the j j'enke.Xo'lIIis | about 100 representatives of these winter homes for the season.'j After spending the summa

ed to reading of reports. Mrs.t \ ; High School. Mr.i clubsvill attend the conference. Among them are Arthur Heath, months at their home in Gray Sue

Charles McG. llobeits read the minutes I Zeit'ler attended Venice schools and Mrs. 0. E. Ryan, president of the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stafford, Mr mit, Mo., Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Sortl
: was graduated from the Sarasota I Lemon Bay Club, will greet the I and Mrs. Maynard Irving, all of are back Nokomis for the vie)
of the last the
: meeting trea-
; high School He was a corporal in ter.
guests. They will be registered by Conneaut. From Kingsville in the
] surer's report was given by Mrs. the army air forces during the last i Mrs A. A. Thompson and Mrs. Buckeye State are Mr. and Mrs. _o-
Helen H. Duncan; secretar: report war and served 18 months in the Le'l
I Roy Bastido of the Frank Bowdler, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jlar.al
by Mrs. James M. Dick; build-! European Theatre of Operations.! group. Mrs A. T. Mackay of Homer Potter and Allie Potter. have arrived from !oaring Sprawl

ing committee chairman report by Following his release from the]I II lando, president of the Florida Federation -oA Pa., to spend the winter at to]

Mrs. Mundy; library committeechairman's I army in 1945, he attended Okla-j will be among the guests. son, Bruce Jr., was corn N->v.I h/Jrnen Englewood.0 .
report by Mrs. J. E. hma A & M College] in Stillwatcr .
I Recess at Noon 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce :. Murphy -0-
llartlett and welfare home commit and John Brown
in Si-
I University of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Murphy and Mrs. Frank Gould w
; The session will recess at noon
tee chairman's report by Jlrs. D. loam Springs, Ark. !
j| for covered dish luncheon is the son of Mrs. Alexander expectedto arrive in Ingle:: oodto
H. Devins. The will a served -
I couple make their home
]I by the Englewood club. Mrs. Murphy of the Worthington Apts. day to move into their: new home,
y \\I' Kook lt view, I in Nokomis.Use .
I Kay Hayes is chairman of the Bruce Jr. has two little sisters, They have been in California f
Mrs. Mundy announced that book luncheon committee. Mrs. Robert Gail and Constance.0 six months visiting their daughter

reviews: will be presented each Friday Gas 'Wagon' Afbreckill entertain with songs -0- -o-
morning at 10:30: at the library during the luncheon. She will be welcome Mr. and Mrs. A. :. The Venice Country Club send

', in the Civic Center. Next For Kids' Hay Ride I accompanied at the piano by Miss Calace, who arrived in Velll. ., Saturday its first buffet supper of the lilt
Friday the book, "Shannon's Way," ; Florence White. The business meet- from Sound Bcac'n i, Long Island son Tuesday evening to about tf

t by A. J. Cronin, will be discussedby A group of ambitious young folk I ing will be resumed at 2:30.: N. Y., to move into the ho:>:e members and guests. The food filters

Jlrs. Mundy, I pitched a load of hay from a near Mrs. Dobson and her party, they recently purchased 01thl! were artistically decorated ml
Tea was served following the by farm into a truck last Friday beach at Granada Ave. for the winter surrounded the table centerpiece
which will include the first and sec-
business session. Hostesses for the and set off for a good old fashioned spring flowers.
(vice-presidents of the state
afternoon were :II rs. Mundy, Mrs.!' hayride. The buffet suppers will be bell
I I federation and the chairman of the
Devins and Jlrs. Vincent B. Dixon.!I The motorized hay "wagon," state's junior women's clubs, will Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roebuck baa each Tuesday throughout the see

The next meeting of the club will owned by Gasoline Dealer Anthony I arrive in Englewood on Sunday. a visit Tuesday from Mr. HftoVu.k'u I son, according to the club management.

be on Nov. 24 at the Country Club, Dyseven took them to the Bradenton They will come here after attend- mother Mrs. 0. W. Donait.of PU .
at which time a dessert course will Drive-In Theatre. They also ing the state-wide federation meet- Petersburg, and a friend, Miss Dor Those who attended Tuesday
t be served 'I cas Hill, also of St. Pete. Mrs. Fitzhugh Haensel, J!*
at 12:30.: Mrs. Clyde Hi- stopped at "Smack's" in Sarasota ing in Fort Lauderdale and will be I were
. gel will be hostess chairman. i I fur a snack on the way home. overnight guests at the home of -0- A. M. Bailey, Mrs. A. F. Erde!

I I I The gang, chaperoned by Miss Mrs. Thompson. The Venice Bay Trailer Park has berger, Mrs. Robert V. MaSSIf,
Mrs. Ralph! L. Ruth Sr. arrived 'Adele Peter, included Margaret several new residents, who arrivedin Mrs. H. A. Curtice Saunders lit

in Venice Sunday to spend thew Macatce, Janice Shockey, MargaretAnn town this week to spend the and Mrs. Harry Britton, Mr. d

inter months at her home in Pal- II Dixon, Shirley Bowden, Mary Legion Aux Calls winter. Arthur Pfaff, son of Mrs.; Mrs. Thomas, Mr. and Jin.. Ai
metto Ct. She !had been in Boston, Helen Stulgis, Thelma Ball, Mimi Marie Pfaff, came in with Mr. and thur Tiedemann, Dr. and Mrs.E.Ij
..lass.; Washington, D. C., and Adorjan, Mildred Dyseven, Mar- Special MeetingA Mrs. David Francis, after. touring j Thompson, Mrs. C. L. Jackson uI

Cincinnati, Ohio, for the summer. jorie Seaward, Raymond Mitchell, for the summer months with Bennie I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gray.
Accompanying her were her son Harry Lanius, Cecil Jacobs, Ernest special meeting of the execu- Brothers Carnival.: From Van Also Mr. and Mrs. Elliot M!
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kappelmann, Belton Underwood, tive board of the Women's Auxiliary Wert, Ohio, are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miss Carol Paul, Harry Miele, I Ir.

Ralph L. Ruth Jr. of Cincinnatiand Milton Mikesell, Tony Dyseven and No-Vel American Legion Post, Patrick, who will visit for the winter and Mrs. Thomas Lunt, Dr. ani
their three children, Hollis, Donald Seaward. has been called for tonight at 8 at with their son-in-law and' Mrs. Prentiss Willson Miss Frat

Ralph 3rd and Douglas, who will the Venice Laundry.Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charl'lsl ces Shinkle, Col. and Jin. 1.1'

be here about three weeks. Mr. Frank C. Green of Venice and Ruth Kujkendall, president Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Bascomb Spi- Nealon, Mrs. L. L. Steckley, ISSue

Ruth Sr. will join Mrs. Ruth after i Mr. and Mrs T. E. LaBjer of Noe of the auxiliary urges that "all vey are here from.Pensacola. Making Miller\ Mr. and Mrs. Grabs
the Christmas holidays. They ar komis attnded the Shriners parade- hoard members attend this important their winter headquarters at I French, Mrs..Emma H. Reilly, **
the parents of Mrs. Helen Richard and ceremonial in Sarasota meeting." the Park are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tody Schlereth, Mr. and Mrs. 1.1.

son. I the weekend. over She did not disclose the purposeof Wilson, parents of Mrs. Fred I I Cornwell, Mr. and M Irs. A- *'

the session. The die Ringo, of the Del Rio Mr. Moremen and Herb Myers.
r.r"r r r r r r""" regular Friday 1pt
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sewing I
will follow .
Venice Inlet the business meeting. IN A HURRY?

r The Auxiliary will also have its PHONE 3461
NURSERY SCHOOLWill regular meeting Monday evening at'
Call 2m
the U N A..w.r I
Legion Hall on W. Venice Ave.
Open in All visiting auxiliary members will VENICE TAXI
Mid be REST
NovemberFor welcome. 1 V-DRIVt-rr CAM FOR

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Children 2Vj to 5 Years Old.



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Seniors -
Hi Tiiankssiving Service ou' -
.N p iAHears J alk
Baptists to
akes' Family Tree A union Thanksgiving'service, to GULF
be 9pen,to persons of all denominations Has Child StudySarasota
lets went on sale this week will be held at the Ven. I Theatre "
We Shook the Family Tree," ice-Nokomis Methodist Church on County School Board ii'f
which will be presented by Thanksgiving Eve, Nov. 24, at 8 member Perry Hayes of Venice was Venice Phone 2954
Venice-Nokomis High School p.m.Rev. The First Baptist Church will guest speaker Tuesday evening I ONE SHOW :NIGHTLY
n on the nights! of Nov. 22 D. Campbell Crawford of have a new $2200 Hammond elec. the; meeting of the Venice-Nokomis
23- the First Baptist Church will tric organ in the near future, it Parent-Teacher Assn. at the high Box: Office Opens ,::m-
e comedy Is from a book by preach the Thanksgiving sermon. was announced this week by Rev.D. school. His topic was "Children,I Show Starts 8:09
egarde Dolson. It was drama- Rev. George Harper of the Meth- Campbell Crawford, pastor of Parents and Teachers." Short Subjects Shown Before
I by Perry Clark and recently odist Church will be host. the church. The PTA treasurer, Mrs. Frances and After the Feature
ared as the Readers Digest's Other plans will be announced A recommendation to purchasethe Higel, also reported that the sum I -0SPECIAL -- '1'
selection. later. of {258 realized the FOR CHILDREN
i section organ was made by the boardof van by organi-
..njor included in the cart are deacons and voted upon and zation from its Hallowe'en Carnival.In Every Night 7:45, -;.
kha Adams, Betty Childers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pappas, Na. passed by the congregation of the connection with this, Dr. F. M. Recorded Stories with Music;,
ei Franklin,Charles Futch, Bil- pies, became the parents of a church at its regular monthly bus- B. Schramm, PTA president, gavea Courtesy Alpha Music,Shop \ :
Bankins, Betty Lee Johnston. daughter, Judith Ann, on Nov. 3 iness meeting Sunday following the vote of thanks to General Chair- -0- f.
Helen Liston, Mary Jo Miles, at the Lee Memorial Hospital in evening service. man. B. E. (Sarge) Bowen, Jack Friday and SaturdayNov.
mond Mitchell), Glenn Stevens- Fort Meyers. The baby, their sec The transaction was made this Wilkinson and all others who helped K H
I Lillian Taylor. ond child, weighed 7 Ib. 12 ozs. Mr. week through a Tampa music com- make the carnival a success. "Trailing Danger" ;
jarbira Olds has also been "bor- Pappas is co-owner with James M. pany. Delivery of the instrument is The lucky winner of the group's Western Action Plus
edK from the fifth grade to en- Dick of the local Rexall Store and expected within 30 to 00 days. Good Will Cake was Mrs. Roxana With I
s part In the play. of a similar store in Naples. Self, who I II* home economic teacher Johnny Mack Brunt '
i at the hih school. Raym'd Hatton. Peggy Winner
Tentative plans call for a dedi- Child! Study A!?o "r
FOR A QUIET. TROPICAL ATMOgPHLRE cation service and a Sunday afternoon The Child Study Group of the News!' Cartoon. Special Shwi
concert by the music com PTA met Monday evening at the and "Melody Master"
STAY AT pany's organist after the organ is home of Sire Louis Suter in the Recording Capitol's "Bugn
installed. Mrs. Douglas AmaH, a Venezia Hotel to complete its Bunny )Meet Elmer Fudd" '..
The Komsee Inn member of the local church, will be of the
course on "Psychology ''
the regular organist. She has had School Age Child" Sunday :Monday
Efficiency Apts. Guest Rooms Nov. 14 15"Hazard"
organ training at Bob Jones Col- Mrs. A. W Moreinen presented -

Available by Day Week Month Season lege in Greenville, S. C. the topic, "Lesson Trouble," and
This is the second major addition discussed the problems this creates The Lady Gambles:
Owned and Operated by SAM & ALICE VANCEOn I With
to the church in the past few for the younger school child. A
the Pocono :NOKOMIS: I years. Last year a complete heating discussion concerning adolescents Paulette GocUard. Mac CareT
Si Tamlaml Trails FLORIDAA I plant was installed in the was also given by Mrs. C. R. Deans :Marie: : Rosrnblnnnr.
church and Sunday School rooms. under the COP: "Are They Really News Cartoon
Sunday will mark Mr. Crewford's Drifting." "
"One Siring Fiddle''
,i third anniversary as pastorof -0-
Small DepositWILL the Baptist Church. He preached Tn '.. Wed. hum.
HOLD ANY his first sermon on November 11, Games Party SetA Nov. 16 17 IS"ScuddaHoo
1945; having come here from Or- games party will he held at !
RADIO, INSTRUMENT: lando. He served as a pastor in the the Civic Center at 8:15: next Fri-I
EFCOUDS or Other Merchandise'TIL latter city for three years, and pre- day evening, Nov. 19, under sponsorship -' Scudda-Hay!"
vious to that attended the Sout of the Venice-Nokomis Wo- With
CHRISTMAS Q ern Seminary in Louisville, K)'. man's Club. Mrs. Charles McG. Lsn McAllister. June hater
Easy terms can be arranged -- Roberts is general chairman of the Walter Brrnnan
$1.00 a week and UP affair and Vernon Beattie will call I Added: "Popular Science"
Guild Hears Rector the games. The party will be given Recording: Decca's"Gingerbread I
Alpha Music Shop for the benefit of the club's Boy"
i Mrs. Frank L. Fisher of Milan
fund. I
ill W. Venice Ave. (Phone 3651 2651PLAZA Ave. was hostess Tuesday after- building

I noon to the members of the Guile
'I of St. Marks Church. Dr. Leonard
W. S. Strjker, rector of the church, VENICENOKOMISBANK
SPANISH I spoke to the group on "The
Church's Task." Tea was served b>
RESTAURANTNOW the hostess.


Candle, Cake Help i
OPEN Complete '

Mark 6th Birthday I q I Ia Banking Facilities -

Lorrie Arnall, daughter of Mr
259 W.7th St. SARASOTA and Mrs. Douglas Arnall of Venice .

By-Way, celebrated her sixth Commercial Accounts

birthday last Friday. T Savings Accounts
*w..Nfw* w ##*4# <** #' rrta' jlltltl tt'J: The party centered around amerrygoround '
Safety Deposit Boxes
cake that was decorated .
with a big red candle. The (Traveler's. Checks
Monday j
Reopening candle had a number 6 on it and
I u
was admired by guests in crepe

With an Exclusive Line paper hats and other accessories. "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member

It ItOF Guests
Attending the party were Nancy of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Irridescent Taffeta and Jacquards and Rosie Hightower, Ellen Tur-
nee, Bonnie Curry, Tommie and Maximum Insurance
Carol Catlett, Jeannie Billy and $5000 For Each Depositor $5000
Cocktail and Night Club Edward Driggers, Bonnie and Sherry -

Thompson, Virginia Hubbard,
David Higel and Billy, Sylvia end
Dresses Judy Llewellyn. Welcome Back Winter Residents

Among the grownups were Lor-
0 rie's two grandmothers, Mrs. N. B. FORRegular
Arnall and Mrs. George Hauser;

her great-grandmother, Mrs. Hen-
ALSO ry Hauser; two aunts, Mrs. H. S. Home
Barbara Carol "NUB-1LITY" Bowden and Mrs. William S. Bel
lamy and a cousin, Mrs. Clyde Hi-
: gel.Lorrie's
little brother, Douglas, DeliveryOf
also had a birthday this week.. He
COTTON FROCKS SUN BACKS was three on Wednesday.

2633 -Sarasota- 2529

Mrs. "Boots" Spencer will be here to welcome her Phones LAND 0' SUN .

old friends and customers .-

KEEN'S of Chicago Ambulance ServiceDay or Night Milk & Dairy ProductsVENICE


'Unusual.\ Misses and ,Junior Apparel"C Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON

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Published everyFriday.. Editorial and business office. 313 West
Tenlce Avenue, "t'nlce. Florida. P. O. Box 662. Phone Venice 3131. E1

Entered at .ceonJ.clan matter June 6, 194C. at the post office To the Editor
sit, Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. V i nice a nil iik.r
Dear Sir T
Subscription rateit One year, $2,SO; six month, $1,50| three To I
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A in the Direction 1.0\1:01:t H. SIC,g Itr
r Step Right ,11 ( "KI'ver Fprlal kl,
Note: Whit;

ill Tonight's meeting of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber' s.e the Nielson Gondolier does not reaUze fcl?
Commerce : session of the directors and all !
a joint gen- in towns as mall u VenItt

'ja] membership, with all other interested persons invited limited in its financial re
Hence it }
should be attended by every person who is engaged in I8AG I ft U.C. COVti4MtHTrrir4TlN4OfFKI only on those must features spend its flu)

business or the professions in this area. '"70 BILLION PAPS& $ Utti AojNU.o.LLY 1OO Mill 10V POUNDS duce revenue and it o! UK
to the
Three important subjects are scheduled to be con- UNTIL It WAS Dl"v 1t tt> THAT PAPER COULD "B MAD* RaM ers Tre Florida number of i
WOO PAPER! VM A iGWCt AMP PKC '1! jeied Curing: the e'ening. One is a proposed amend- OMB OF TUB 'Tt1tRMJ OR. PRODUCT or OUR FOROSTS"TOO does not meet tee requiran
for its cost to
individual nn
nf nt to the chamber's by-laws, setting up new membe'- -- pets is fairly high it bring

I I -h;ip classifications with increased dues; second is who is evenue to subscribing pam
It has been replies:ed bv clip
be chamber in of )
D appointed secretary place Secretary subscribers since being din
B E. (Sarge) Bowen, who is retiring; and third is wheth- LATE ucd Subscript! can prt
be ordered direct bj "ritu
the chamber should information booth the
er open an on Ash Wing Editor or the to

Trail or adopt some other measures to attract motorists at 110 E. Wa'hln ton St.. (
: sassing through town. Meanwhile we're glad t to
Nielson as a Gondolier cubewand
'j These subjects are all of vital importance to the hope he'11 like the Dell

well the chamber. Even important Writers features it carries about
ommunity, as as to more "Florida home town")

however, is the implication that the session will Aiding State as a WholeBy Ih Editor-oTx -

mark the start of a new chamber policy, under which V, men (Clondo, ",
'j the general membership will have a greater voice in the RUSSELL KAY Drat\\'e 'JI CI: .I r. .1 I r' ir plOp ,d.
organization's activities. do 1'I think tou did the tin," .
Secretary Florida Pirss Assn k'.In of \'" nli, Justin (In )c''
ti! With regard to this point members of the "It out the. luck <,f imi perly dn.pII.
While I do not consider myself an authontitatne "outdoor writer"I .1 low* rn) '
board of directors that Fm one Id" itn J ,*,
say greater participation by the occasionally dca" with the subjects of hunting, boating or fishing 'w flag wiiMiw I In from .45'! I

j n members has ALWAYS been wanted. They say that it and enjoy I lie privilege of being a member of the Florida Outdoor KII'bltll"h..ltVhat....11p.ill ill 10 th 1,01, ,'II III sat.

C has been missing only because_ the members_ have failed! to Writers Association. mil the Job if inint people".s.' ..I li II'"" J. l\I'a UH el, '11
Attending the annual convention of the organl;\ation at Orange It
attend the regular open director meetings, and that I \\ one "r .u.,
wr ir' YIn
the directors Lodge on Lake Apopka last week, rr-cauc 5 tli. ,I:
cannot "go out in the streets and drag members -
I was deeply' impressed with the faro] elephant, rhinoceros and :m tHIII'T:
in"if they don't want to come. Some of the members work the, wri'ers ant commentators lion. nn i nun!HUE(iii :!uslVIHn

j f ; on the other hand, insist that the directors have long are doing, above and beyond Another speaker, Ernie Lyons i\',.nb, -Styes

:onducted the chamber as a private "club;" that they the call of duty. They are of the Stuart News, deplored the (Editor's Note: The Gnarl'

have shown little interest in the members except as a working diligently to advance ourstate's indifference and lack of understanding can use all the volunteer i It
r the 'zhOSIl
source of dues payments, and worst of all, that the chambers conservation natural )program, conserve anderve on the part of the publicto ers goblins it can of get Venice so .Nokomls
I our resources the need for conservation of welcome to send in their cone
have been of
programs very minor value to the I not only' the sportsmen but the Hallo
our resources state and national. buttons. As for ]
community. the state as a whole, we missed those
He told how the St Lucie River pranks
The editor of the Gondolier has not been in Venice I was amazed at the keen know- wa navigable and full of fish here. And while of the we pranks'app

long enough to know the truth of the various claims. We ledge the e sports writers had of when he first came to Stuart,I!I the think fun only in some thoughtless

have noticed that director's meetings are usually poorly uch problems as forestry, soil whereas is now filled with silt. alecs" would empty garbage make

attended and have and wildlife conservation, erosion, Lyons declared Florida, like or do anything else to
the board
I ; we personally seen take
marine development and flood most of the nation, la just begin- work for others.0-
numerous constructive actions in session and wallow
one control.It ning to "wake up" to the fact that
l through maddening periods of indecision and missed have squanderedour To the Editor
op- seemed to me that just about we recklessly ,verriee 1 Goodolll'ri Uscelpt
portunities in the resources.. This accounts for InIl1l'.lItll"b' upon
next. every subject under the sun was i Effective this II'IIH ells )os
Hence discussed from dog stealing to our serious flood problem, our depleted change mv address 10: .
inclined think there be
fas we are to may some I' I'olnl.'onlff.
fish and and Is costIng Eagle d
I deepening the channel of the in- game I take this OI'I"'rtunll'.......
merit to both sides of the question. millions of dollars each )fay IInd )1.., ..
ter-coastal canal. And don't think us I I aratui'ting you ..... pubilohllllpal'er.
Regardless of our opinions or those of the other these boys didn't know their stuff.If year. the fine. You way are YII"both doing sVb

parties to the controversy, though, one thing is self-evi- you want to know why huntIng I'aul G Mains, sports. commentator EIItc. relY )ours.

:dent. The fact that many chamber members and potential l and fishing isn't as good today and columnist of Jackson- REX 310 C
ville, also spoke. He startled the New Havea
members are antagonistic to the organization a condi- as it was a few years ago.
uninformed when he termed
tion that is demonstrated these men can tell you And they r.
the reluctance
by of busi-
many can also tell you what must be sports fishing "the nation's greatest tl
nessmen to contribute to it's activities is proof that done to protect our forest and industry" and pointed out thatit

sew operating policies are needed. Otherwise neither new fields, lakes and streams and the represented an annual invest- I

:nor old dues schedules will mean anything and the chamber wildlife they harbor. ment of over four billion dollars, l

s programs will have to be supported, if at all, by those Dig Game Hunter greater automobiles by far or than any steel other, railroads industry.,

Jew public-spirited citizens who have done so in the pa-,t.Tonight's Featured speaker on the con
Fishing; alone, he said, brings
meeting is, we believe, a step in the right vention nation's program well known was one of the thousands of visitors to the state
direction. If its is carried out further will sports and all for bait
promise steps ers, Gordon MacCreagh, who for they spend money ,
:naturally follow. So it behooves the members of our community many years acted in the capacity tackle. boats, clothing, lodgings, ITS OUR MONtt

to attend the session and show that they, too, are of a guide for big game hunters meals and transportation. They The wards YOM|

willing to do their part toward making the chamber the In Africa and Asia. contribute thousands of dollars in and mine are h i>
tax for the- used in a truly a pdmarriage.
money gasoline, liquor,
vital organization it can be in the struggle to push Venice MacCreagh gave a thrilling\ ac- This
atres licenses with-
cigarettes and
forward. count of his experences, but con- be rememb Rite
out them Floridans would find their
fessed that the is theIr
as sport practiced next time ;
today, there Is very little tax burden much heavier than it is. mentions a set o fatverware i-

Should City Finance the C of C? danger and not much thrill left. Florida owes her able outdoor with If aful whole

He said modern weapons give the writers a debt of gratitude for the sigh.seems too opp
Speaking of the chamber of commerce, we heard one hunter every advantage and the wonderful job they are doing and: for You. You anst
animal hasn't a chance. He also they deserve greater recognitionby tain it in
idea the
on subject week that think deserves
we a
ser- listed as big game the water buf political and civic leaders. menu. B'it be to
ious consideration. This was that the city council should I husband her

assume responsibility for financing the agency, either I! come in and F lace

wholey or in part. than individual firms. And it stands to gain directly from KNEWFIS

There are o lot of angles to this proposal, some good any increase in the number of residents or businesses that

and sme bad. But probably the most pertinent point of allis : the chamber can bring here, for every increase means At etas

that, with only a few dozen businesses in Venice and more taxpayers. Hence it would seem only fair that the (Yost Office

Nokomis, it is practically impossible to raise enough funds local government devote part of the money, received from

through membership fees and contributions to support a resent taxpayers, to a program that will benefit the entiV .

worthwhile chamber program. area and eventually lighten
the tax load that is being
The city, on the other hand, has greater resources ca led by present residents.

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FR your Thanksgiving I nil I OUTBOARD MOTOR. I M h A COMPLETE: I Eanl Cottrell Paul Nave 4
fill' turk ofarm.lioDresred hard W.terwltoh, tao 00 ....h. Fee Chances p REAL ESTATE: SERVICE: P.D.Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING USED FURNITURE of all klnda V.>
lea 237 W. Miami Ave.sa.
Venice I Gadd. Phone 2766. **> Modern pumping equipment Work tuarantced > Trading Post
< Restate I .
Phone Farasot 31-250 or Venice 2602
TA foot halt practically new Universal mi, rOlln,. 2 baths 2 lota No aMilil all uf SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod.at AUSTRALIAN PINES for talc As*
glne Triced less than motor' otter reJecUd Renault for '.," Iii.. I homes to beautiful riverfront .estates HIGH SCHOOL Girl want jobs an alt. any amount. Five cent each See I
nqhe d om not else to the recent uUv.n-. Coastal locations Including improved baby-sitter. 'hone 2t92. Ask for .I1tx. Carl CUndorf at Venetian cleaners
MU'DE fWORTWIN-Flr.1 I G. In City luxes. V."l..l HATM.8 mid unimproved tropical Ulandi. beach
it R" R SPORTING GV1LUrfrom U. 'ivn or nllvu Nee Kolnnd CUT.., properties, fishing Iud..... business GENERAL HAULING and eontiactliiK. .
Venice. .. GERMAN-MADE 86 mm Kodak
Hank opportunities end Incometup" Includ Yard work. Murk fill dirt shell .d.
CITRUS TREES many varieties. .11I Inn moUr courts trailer umpi, bows. Pete Ediie. Phone ,201!. tina mminlure camera with Schneider SB
LrrUTOR Ice' Dox ST Ml.. bear next year. 13 Sit and t4.UII L. M>ei.tlnii ranches, farm and groves lens In Compur shutter Aloe Stuart Mfcromatle -
Ave, Dot Parquci and tra. Thumimoa at 1517.WANTED. Lane and mall tracts of land A IF INTERESTED In food mamnrxeither sties
r omplete rental service Send for free brick or block work call J. K. Hill Speed rlaih unit tCI for
descriptive folders and maps of this trop Venice la74.CONCRln. outfit Both In fond condition. being mU
,''RTl'XITY-1f you arc InterIn heal I
aectton.JEFFCOTT. _
to help for lamer press-type
TO pay
. buying a KOOd. eatnh.htmliitM WORK and tn.kln. Louis
.RI2t In Venire for only II i. REALTY INVESTMENTS Adorjan. Phone Venice 266& See Pete Cunovcr at Gondolier oUw.
write today to P. O. Von S?. MT First Street Fart Myera, Florida .
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Hit 2 IH Jn onJ\l \nt, for 1 ..,1.ili I.IT. Everythlnr In Real Eiutc" ,Kddltd dtdddd dd ddddd ddddddd fdddtd f"tdtd. ... Fd
Tnn. and Feb. Write Iox 244. Venice. Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL '
U {EEL TRAIIFR. hard-wood hotly, Fla Lease 1
" unt. See at II)ron Karl Pure Oil I I I. DESIRABLE SELECTION of btmlnwind ; For Rent or
residential lies In city of Venice 4 I
WANTED BT owner If interested. ,
"'. FRAME and stucco Louse, S ,e tiir.le. Addr.... Box 88.suggest Venice you Fla.in. ; Newly Built Apartments 4
"" 1r and bath: ....'Iflce. Call US
+1 ,lrt M,... C W. Curwood. Ennlo.Fla f' I.\LI. nil" '. lIh'yC'p) "',all jI"IJI" S:ROOM HOUSE. frame eonrtn.filon.vlth t .
ti Consists of
1a UII\\.n. 3414 seven Ma In Ni komls. 12.KdO. Aim
lorite corner lot In Hay Point. Telephone 1t KITCHENETTE LIVING ROOM BED ROOM t
ID. Hi.Hand at Venire 2B3.

m.." THE KING FURNITURE CO. Beautifully furnished with twin b 'd". Fea'y mattresses and I. )
FRED B. KINO OWNERof j .off, swings. Must be seen to be appreciated! ;4 t .

a Punta Gorda CALL VENICE 2073 or WRITE to t

b TAKES PLEASURE is\K\sor\ riiuxTv.) FLOIIJ.11 .\. S'SS.JAn.'nie*. Ilorida71tt5ttttttttttat
'" IN WELCOMING ;'\ \:blI.bR 19 I9.R.'XIITln ; MR. S. iP. : i If;

TO THE BUSINESS LIFE OF :: H HrKM.r: inn\. nut >'ltlttlDAattttttttttl> .,.... .
I.uraunnl In Ncilini 9 of Oiiipur 182flh:
THIS AREA"HERS" I.",. of .'I".lth! ,. Aelo| ,,f |MT.. kiiiivn
its the Murphy Art the following' d.--
., WILLIAMS ."llhl 'iniiil In SIIIIIHIIIII <'<,mm'.
.Mnrlilii Kill h' nffcnd fur niliill,
OWNER l'uhhi. niit-<.iy fir Hit hlKlKHt and best Close Saturdays at One
rush hlil Ktihjiil to the tight of tin
.1 Williams Sign Company 'IHIH..M (1f UK Inl.rmil liniiinvtimntI
'nnU In reject any and nil bid. nt
VENICE ARMY AIR BASK: tin C''Ihuu.p. beginning lit IlinilixkVM
<"I the 2lril fifty <.f DntmUr' ,
1>>4SliiiidMi. H. N. WDD1ERS: Realtor
..r MuMlPlp.illll it's. fiiMnmnl -
for rand' rlkhl will be riiwneil from any putotl PEMN'lLAR ,TrilCriIO\r 1 CO.
Ih"ul \\hidi there' IK nil XHllimSI I
:J: lit ilioml. \> In nil Inmlx elite in r'ORID.1'00n'l, AND! LIGHT
rn ,fie half of nil tiilniliiim and IhiivfiiutliK WiS'IERN; UNION
of other "h".IItI.1,1 b. nlUIVlll

iltlfliiilc Nil 229:1.: 19.' 9 Side. et,v-
Him: led 19. Hlk: I':. Nat In'nut,
,. Western Union Open en Sundays and Ilo'i'avs: 11 to 13 am.
r< itiiui 2 -:W.I: .
HOW W DO ADMIRE f. nlfluili No KStT. 1911 Sulc r : lens 2"" 21. J2, 23. MI .
I THE WISDOM OF link 1.., Sauininii;: Mellon 2R-: -, _. --
THOSE WHO COME No 2"41911 till I... Cnv
TO riliill: lot 7. lien Midge Town ReaIy( ARE YOU SELLING your
FOR ADVICE.JIM ,11. KHVIHII! I'Int of law: k 7, /S"i- house a lot or your farm? If
Hun HI-J7-I8
The ;test t to lVllifl.nl.' Nn tiSil: 1933 Knle, covtnim tau so you may be railed: upon {oran
L us.a way pre- '7 ..... : Ito a. K.'\i,,.rt I"IHI ifMmk s w abstract.
ylk 7. 1:1e I: Ridge Tow n.ite
for ( >-.ul.Ml I'I-.I7-1.
are event
any ? ARE YOU BUYING a house. '
j (\'ltiriintiNo. ii>42. 1'IJl hullov
l rhiK' I 1..1 9. ll." Rider Town- DOUGY lot or farm? If so, be sure you
, nd to relax when it's ':\ cite Itivimil Plat of IIltH k 7.
/ S. .oInll 1H-J7-1K receive an abstract 01 title in-
Cirllll.Ht. N.I l.'o" 19il: r-iile r.iv 11T1.E
m is with a cool lint., : led M liloik. A. llnh'i .arce
332.f MHIII llikhliiii.il. h.- ll.n 28-31-; ; INS11kkKCE a
':' IKiVitliltiili COME IN and we shall be

rink prepared with j No 1H2.: 1929 Snliv' glad to explain why you need ,
Ik nliiH: 1.1' I. I riiv '
ILH S,'ilion la-lh-K: an a'jitiact or title insurance.
Oiitriiin, '". 12417 lUilStK" : r. v-
rrh19I' 1.2 of XIV 1-4 of Ni:
14 .1 SW4. Section .U-tl 19. :
I C.rtlfiiMlr No 2J47 l'.7: hill'. <'niiniK \"- Abstract Company
PONOER'SPACKAGE : Lot Hi I Block O, Indian
II..M.'h Eat N1 I..o. (-.'.Ikn \\.31j.\7.
LIQUORS 1\IPLtOVE\IIiNT I't'NI) ( .* fill. of Sarasota
l lIyI. A. \\'NNN. :. Urn J. Jlr)mono President
M VENICE "' E .' YENg'-c, Ahilit: 1'1 U h'p. I I I..Fund, ACCURACY fSTAHLISHU) I9i1 StRVICP! .
Stire.W t t Cu-11y. TELEPHONES JIM and 2U1 U5 SixtH STREET :
W. U (,IINN .-
Acllni :,a I9" 11.ty.
d I ubllHli one llm: .Nuvt..uliti. 19>>. 1 lh.t. ttd wddtdelr a.t.w Noe.tf t1.el..i dwfdjddddddddtd"d"eViNWhen ,

First. Time Offered. You Want A Plumber Bad J

Work of All Kinds I Be Sure That He Is GOOD

The only available' waterfront lots In this exclusive t. ALVIN P. JONES

section with views overlooking both beautiful Dona and Fhonr: Bus. 28" 3 Home 29S'! Dependable Plumbing

Venice Bays. Contracting Repairing '

This is connecting land between Enchanted Isles and Full Line Fixtures and Materials

Point O' Palms Estate, located on Sunrise Drive In I FOR QUICK. RELIABLE Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings
0It Nokomis. Lots are restricted to minimums of 100 ft. of LET US FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN

Waterfront and 200 ft. in depth. VenicePlumbing t ART PLUMBING CO.Venice
, High land County Taxes only' Riparian rights .

and Title. Insured. Uniform setbacks to preserve the ShopBox ., Div Phone Florida Night Phone ,I Ii

beauty 14. Venice Phone 2153 i 2543
the 3ii01
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Only 1100 ft. available. See your local broker or call


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VENIC: OONDOLIER 'rtmr. lovelllber
Eight .
--- Catch and rarely i In
Fishermen the >
Trades GIs for BSThere's Teams speared him with a fith 3y ..
'Underdog'Keg 200.Pound Turtle giant submerged pt
quite a difference at the fishermen ,
character a II'
the cartoon bunt
least: in degree, between bossing "Wimpy, spear line and pulled

soldiers and leading Boy Scouts. wM dotes on "burgers" of one kindor ,the surface with another the

But Col. Vincent B. Dixon Sor Score Upset Series another, should have been in I Rigel estimated lilt 11

rento St., is going to bridge tin .1 Venice a week ago last Sunday. If I when butchered the gird sityi'
1m had been he'd have enjoyed a ed almost 200 pounds
atthe I of
gap Most outstanding development feast to satisfy even his gluttonous Instructor Jack Ilea
The former ioiDmander of the Bowlakade this week was that WilkilllOll tI
appetite.The high school helped
Venice Army Air Base, who settled the Venice Food keglers long in ." with the
I Bowlakade ing.
resistance this being
from the Men'sBowling
here after retiring the cellar of the Venice
4-vice agreed yesterday to becomea League, continued the upsurge a seacoast city, would have
Team StandingsW been "turtleburger." And the turtle
and help
scoutmaster reorganize they began last week.
iheotj'H Boy Scout Troop Xo. 28 would have been supplied by Flash
W L TP Apparently getting range !
City Councilman George Higel,
1:le promise was made to a com- LEAGUE after the long slump the grocers lumber Dealer Joseph Hurt and
'nittce if the Rotary: Club which Englewood
1-I1II11Iy'l .... ... .... 15 t 18390 beat the highlj-touted the letter's son, Carlton, about 10. Police
's in sponsor the heal troop as onef Venice, Electric ............ 1& 9 18111 Merchants in the two final gamesof Chief be
> to urojuts The troop was for- 1.:11111<.\....<1 1oIo'I'I111l1t. 14 III 18'3 match This still I The trio spotted a giant amphibian
1'11111I1111111 .. 12 12 182119 their
Io'"t :
-y: l led ll b\' Pr P. M P. Sihrammi4 AciorJan'i Trucking .... 12 IS 16&0 left the food vendor in third from while fishing in Venice father of baby

'IeI UII forced to drop the ac- F'r.l: : \ h'onl: # ".:. .....:: 111 to u my'lIle bottom spot but that is one notch Bay. And after they had recovered j

,Mt;, lut'au e It his health He will Furniture' ...... 8 16 la.14 higher than they were at the startof from their surprise turtlesare this morning! I

>.tunie to bf an honorary offi- MEWS ein" UA.l.t: the e\emng It put the Merchants usually found in the open gulf

,aLAh l1r"'II'. Fuel ........ .._........ 7 5 1G38 in second place.
!Radio .. 7 6 7,2", a
*i slant scoutmaster will be .:<111I01111.011trllli ........ 8 G 6&05'' Scores for the match were: Merchants Brother Truman did "Gi\e 'em ---
Roland franklin, son of Mrs K. E. J A J \11..11 t 8 682U 961, 960 and S)(>2; Venice Well Competition is the Life hdidn't of Trade.W
Fields, local |xwtmistressTARPON. \\IIMES'S LEAGUE and 97'!
t I Food 930, 1006 .. I'll do my best to keep you warm I
"K" Club U 9 12966 Snntt 8 Tavern
Y The league-leading )
"It.I ".11 cllle 13 11 11272 ORDER
D"vl'n'. III It 139.15 aggregation which lost a couple NOW
aruo.! III It 13432 I I
I last week resumed its winning
Fat Longleaf Pine Firewood
CENTER stride b>' whipping Venice Furniture -

in two out of three. The,:
T Community Smitt>. scores were *>56, 1022 and JACK DENISON

Tide Tables PlannedbyEnglewood !S8, while those for the furniturelads
Box 115 or (Phone 2832 or 2995 Venice\
were 957 1008 and 94'J. b"Let's
VENICE INLET: An Englewood I community
In other matches Venice Electric Be Warm Friend.
Punta Rasa Correction)
Christmas: Celebration program moved up to a tie for first placeby

High U* which will include both religioussen beating the Adorjan Truckers
p\.. >k"\. 1:1: 11 !2 I'm. 5:(it *.in. .
and 910 93t.Jossart's
1":44 p 111, 4 42 p a'. ices and distribution of gifts bya 1000-895, 1035-981 '
Run.:: \ Plumbers also held to
oH 12.14
1'111. 647.. it) town "Santa Claus," wll be heldin
5 05 K in their third place position by drop-
I/Inll./ \ 16 11:n pin, 6 23 a m, the Englewood Schoolhouse on
1.11'1 pin 6:28. m. ping Farl's Garage in the last two tavern
1',,>.. N..v. 16 II''B pin 7:01 a.mJ Christmas e\e. games. Scores were 1001-958; 937- ,

'Wed. S.11 II 1.6Jnm.47 |im. 1:39.::48 p. m m, Sponsors of the affair will be the 984 and 924-959.
2:18: p.m, 6:05: p m. town's Methodist and Community Other Upsets
1'hll.. Nov IS 12:19: a in. 8:2: "The the Trail"
6:13 pm it m.3.53rm. lurches, the Lemon Bay Post of There were also upsets in the Bright Spot on i

F'rl.. N"v. ]i i:.51 H,m 9:12 lI.m. the American Legion the Odd Fellows \'enlceIen's "B" League on Mon- c

0Live Lodge and the chamber of day. J and J Aircraft bottom placeholders

Bait commerce. lasts week, whipped league- AnnouncementBeginning
Children from Englewood Pla- leading Venice Radio in three

Tackle cida and Point Comfort are to be straight games. The score in this
this week DAVE DUNCAN I
All Types of Boats invited to receive Santa's gifts. surprise was 812-789 920-847 ant : .
.Available At And adults from throughout the 898-850. 'One Man Quartet' will play here on SUNDV\
Our Dorks
area will be welcome to
And then just to make the eve
in the rest of the program.DONrr I ning more astounding Edmondson NIGHT ONLY of each week.

Farms also took three straight

games from Green's Fuel by 950- i
RUST 905, 973-898 and 970-920. The Fuel
Los have been in first place, ir PACKAGE DEPT. SPECIALS-
Eat the Bottom Off Your Car tied for that spot since the leagues

\ began. The farmers were in the fifth
1Ai Puerto Rican Rum S2.89
,1 i Protect It With .
Compound "L" bottomspot before they came to

:i Undercoating . . . Only $3.75A lite last week.In 'Vm. Penn Whiskey $;t29 fifth
the Women's the "n."

single application by our Mechanics will remove present Club, which moved League into first place John Collins Gin : . S1.75 pint

, rust and protect the body metal and other vital parts last week after a period in the doghouse I

'! LASTS SIX MONTHS OR MORE. kept up the good work Wednesday
JUST RECEIVED by beating Smitty's lassies

t ... Shipment of MASKING TAPE 35c were in the 750-744 two final 622-750 contests.and 729-743.Scores Premium Canned Beer $$14.00()() case

Rolls 30 ft. x three-fouhhs Inch. The Venice Electric petticoats,

I. fighting their way back up the Ruppertt Genes

Dyseven's Texaco Station ladder felt a lot better after they Kruegen. Goebeli_
beat the girls of Dyseven's Texacoby

O\ THE TRAIL P1IOVF 3631 three straight. Scores were 850- -

1 i 804, 871-812 and 830-818

W. Venice Ave Phone 281

Lowe's Grocery

.Ib. SSe I lb. 3Sc
POT ROAST ........ MARGARINE ......


25 lO" 'llS"l" "'. COFFEE .................... lb.,SIc MILK .............,...... 3 for 38c PEELED NEW' S"

FLOUR ... .. ................. $1.99 POTATOES ......................


13 01.

PORK & BEANS 10cCANE SYRUP .................. 95c CORN FLAKES ................17c 'APRICOT .l 1ScI

........ can RESERVES. ...................

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r''r WX FLAKES .................. 29c CIGARETTES .............. $1.80 SWAN SOAP ..............15c RINSO ..:.......................


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