Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00147
 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 3, 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: UF00079934:00147
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Candidates Speak at Rally !ill a aea


1A mbers Okayde Shooting Victim l

IIIw Wonder Why Papei'sLate ? Make Final Bids

u Changes In Blame the Political Rally Improving Fast

a ea Because the political rally on Accidentally shot while playing At {
Thursday Council Seats
sau night completely upset with a'rifle on the beach Sunday,
'aIs of C. Setupew the Gondolier's production
Lawrence Keys, 8, was today reported
schedule, this week's Issue will

uLi not reach its readers until a day In "good" condition at the Candidates for the Venice City

Smaller Board later than usual. Sarasota Hospital. His father J. Council, who with one exceptionhave ] more people would benefit "and

o be Elected Dec. 10 ; This Is regretted by the publishers M. Keys, proprietor of the Venice done almost no campaigning because I personally want to stay

but Is unavoidable. Sport Center, said he had been : since announcing they Intendci to in business here and raise my
Head Named
Under ordinary circumstances, told the boy was recovering so run for office, outlined their viewson family." As an aid to growth he

ping changes In the itrucind most of the copy for the last I various municipal questions recommended that many old zonIng
rapidly that he might be well S
operating policies of the section ftf the paPer i- writtenby Thursday night at a giant rally In restrictions and Ideas be ,

the editor between 8 p.m. enough to return home over the the Civic Center. scrapped or made more flexible, +
:Nokomis Chamber of Corn-
Thursday and 0 a.m. Friday. weekend. More than 100 persons better and that an attempt be made to

were approved at a general And since Thursday's meeting The accident occurred, accord- than one-third of the city's 294 find out what prospective tourists

bership meeting last Friday chopped almost five hours out ing to Police Chief Herbert 0. registered voters attended the and residents wanted in the way .'

at the Civic Center. of this period, It obviously was Hanchey, while Lawrence was session, peppered the candidates of housing amusements, etc. "and

most Important change, put Impossible for him to completehis target-shooting with his brother, with questions and then wandered then try to give It to them" ,

I work on schedule.Drowning off Into debate half-doztn Brohard also discussed municipal +!
on a
effect 13 and 12
Joseph Dye
by adoption of an Stevey son
dment to the constitution I of Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Dye. The subjects of general civic Interest. finances, which he said were t

The rally, called by a citizen' the city's second biggest problemand
said and
MI drawn up In 1931, will gun jammed, Hanchey ,

the she of the board of dirt i Starts went off as the boys worked to "much more serious than most
people realize Most of them date
to five member from Its free it.The Polio for the city council election {
from the city's early days, from
nt IS. And it will automatic- I bullet was said to have on Tuesday will be located
Pulmotor DriveTheir In the main auditorium of the the necessity of keeping up improvements "
end the term of present dire wounded Lawrence's right arm,
made then or from Increased -
at the same time aa the ; then to have entered his right Civic Center, It was announced. ti
demands for service as result -
board takes over. concern aroused by the tide. It broke a rib, passed throughhis yesterday by City Clerk llelg.i "
I of population growth, he ai- !
er decisions! made at the drowning of James E. (Jimmy) liver and lodged on the left Roes Siede.otlng booth will !
I serted, and he defended recent
provide for the election of the Blades Jr. on Nov. 18, member tide of his body beneath his dia be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., I
council expenditures as
board I I of the local Rotary Club this week phragm. she said, and tabulation of the i "unavoid-I I
at a special member- able and f
I began considering plans for ob- tote will bruin as noon a* they necessary.
session on Dec. 10
seating; of
taining a resuscitator or pulmotor close.committee. I French Next ;
new board on the last Friday I
d for the Venice-Nokomis area. 1 I Englewood Legion to Mark The second speaker was Graham
anuary, reduction business
Mayor Louis Suter, chairman of Attack Pearl HarborWith in of Mr French 57 vice president and
xrship dues to Jiff( from the on was charge *
the Community Service Committee treasurer of the Venice Country
fee approved Helen B. Duncan. A former county
recently, rejecof -
an amendment that would reported at the group's week- Pearl Harbor Day comingon committeewoman for the Democratic ., (Continued on Page Two) l ,
Tuesday, members of the Lemon -
In the Country Club
ly meeting
Mrs. Duncan
limited board party, com-
membership toe that he had sent queries on the Bay Post of the American Legion '
plimented the audience the
K businessmen, and appoint I Rotarians Donate
will attend
of J matter to the American Red Cross, Englewood, civic Interest it showed by attendIng -I ;
Leighton (Count)
church services In a body thir
k American Medical Assn. and
and her Introduction
well as public relations diroe- For Xmas Ffete
to those
Sunday to pay homage
other Definite Information -
on a : of the candidates by recalling her
fl-a-year basis I
who died during the Japanese attack
of these devicesis .
Ballots I on the price i arrival In Venice In 1932. Plans for Venice's first Com-
Already Out expected soon. he said, and n .
I "People said I was crazy to nettle munity Christmas Celebration, ;
pedal committee to nominate the meantime the Red Cross Is to The services will bo held at the I "
here then she explained.
idates for the new board of send one of Its representativeshere Methodist Church at S p.m. The proposed about a month ago by
"They said It was 'all over' for
tors was appointed by the on Dec. 15 to discuss the mat. I legionnaires also attended as a Mayor Louis Suter and others, be-
Venice The chairman said, she
to president, Robert G ter with local groups. group last year. told the doubters that it was "only gan to get up speed on Thursday.The .

It, soon after of the
passage action began when members
the boom" that was over and that

ndment reducing the size of ; Venice would come back to life of the Rotary Club, after
board. Headed by E. J. Peter Venetians Have Big
I someday. "From the looks of this hearing a report from its community -
r of the Venice Electric Co.
service committee, donated
crowd, she added, "It seems that
ive-man group drew up a list Fund for Aged Negro day Is here." (150 from their pockets to help de !

8 nominees the following day other charities at this time of the fray the cost of the project. Other
Reaches $108 1 1st Week Brrohard First SpeakerThe
lent It to all members as a year. details were disclosed by Suter at
first candidate to speak was
''t this week. Resident of Venice have "en- 66 DonorsA Thursday's political rally.
City Councilman Smyth D. Bro-
e ballots are to be returned larged" hearts and that's not a of and celebra-
tabulation money hard, 41, owner of Smitty's Tav- As now drawn up, the

e chamber In time for tabu- disease In the opinion of Kenneth pledges turned In to the fund at ern, who is seeking to succeed tion plans call for erecting a largo

s' at the Dec. 10 meeting. (Duke) Wilson of the Venice the Gondolier office by this morn- himself for the remaining two Christmas tree In the city park

Bay Trailer Camp. Ing showed that a total of $108.35 years of the term he has filled for opposite the Civic Center. This

'Duke," a circus publicity man contributed to the fund will be decorated with balls and
OL Soldier Nabbed in had been the last year by appointment."The .
during the summer, is currently by' some 58 donors. Individual con- I biggest problem In Venice lights, and will be the focal pointof
Stolen in Charlotte leading a volunteer to raise public' holiday "party" tho
tributions ranged from 25 cents to today," Brohard declared, "Is lackof a
bent funds for an aged Laurel negro J10, with the average ranging be- right of Dec. 23.
Johnson of
IT, a soldier robbed of his life saving;; cooperation or
5L from Ft. Meade, Md., was who Nov.was 13. And results of his calls tween $I and $2., purpose amongIt I people" In explaining The party, according to Suter,

'led here early Tuesday morn- on local residents have been so'':, The aged negro is A. W. Williams his statement he declared will Include a one-act Christmas

M he drove past the, Worth- on Duke says, that ho 75, a yard man at the Key there were two main groups pageant by area school students;

Apts. generous, A total of $557 was taken of who choral music by singers from local -
in a car stolen In off his hat" to the area and Nursery. here: a small group people
is Cords.I from him by Eddie Lee Scrivens, have independent means and dc churches; Christmas carols by

arrest was made by Police its"I people.really didn't know what toI an escaped convict, after the old not want Venice to change; and four trumpeters; group singingby

I Herbert O. man had drawn it from a postal i larger group, including those In 1 the audience, and presentation
Hancbey a few he explained yesterday
I I expect,
ales savings account In preparation for business and those with 'growlng ot candy and small gifts to area
after ,
he had been notI-< "when I decided to try to do my
of thee [ old darkey. moving to North Florida to live families, who want to see the town youngsters by a real-Ife SantaClaus.
car theft by the aher- little bit to help this
of Charlotte people 'with a married daughter.The go ahead so they can prosper and .
County., Hanchey But I never saw so many
the boy admitted taking the willing to help an unfortunate fellow fund in his behalf Is beng lead more comfortable lives. The mayor emphasized that

explaining hr 4as going north man get back on his feet." The sponsored jointly by Wilson; the "I don't blame the first group," sponsorship of the project will not

Miami and had "gotten Ured response is all the more surprising Rev. D. Campbell Crawford of the Brohard admitted "for rd prob- be limited to the Rotary Club. All

Wng V. he added, because the peopleare First Baptist Church; the Venice ably feel the same way myself if other. civic groups In Venice, Nokomis -
1 youth also being asked to contribute Gondolier; Marie Pfaff pf the I were In their position. He addled Laurel, Osprey, "and Englewood -
was lodge In the city
and Jim Martlndale however that he favored help- will be welcom 'w plan
sad military 'auth. ties>ere now to the Community Chest trailer camp, ,
Laurel Station. Venice to because he felt and stage the progr" : c
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VENICE: : JtOOLlER: ..-. P"tday, Deoembe
Pare Two --1 l

--Election ;.....-t to 10 the nuntrv' club! I: 'I|I; nay I'd done something; for our\ ... ....
City \
pnrt th" on.yav it Nil: do th :k|I I tow:n. : .' ..
Co..l u'd r+torn V.,K' es'er .. Jbl \....:... .!_<: .-. 1'<1"1".': t J .' caiu.Uitc _'o- a P
vlous assertions that he felt resident
Club, the only candidate< who had I grow and prosper." Disclosing that getting a
of Venloe were Graham
drafted a formal program and advertised he was going to help !it grow by ."marvelous amount of service" for French]

It publkly! in advance ofthe building a number of houses that the money they contribute in

rally. He Is runnng for the remaining would sell for about $8000 when taxes, and said one of his prime I

) car of the post vacatedby finished, he said he was running goals was to make people realize I
this and "change them from pessimists my Do I Want to Be
Counclman George W. Bolts In for the council because he felt he
to boosters. Only that way:
October. could help the city solve some ol
i an we get up the Elected to
French said ne. too wanted to its problems and because "I'm sentimental necessary to bring more people Council?
see Venice grow. "I have a selfish t enough, at my age soI here and reduce our taxes by
reason of course," he stated. 'I I that I'd like people to be able to he declared.
I spreading the load
French also maintained that I want to be elected because I think I can hJ

Venice could solve many of its financial i. I have J
Venice a substantial:
I DON'T MIND THE COLD worries by (1) getting delinquent interest! t in

JUST DON'T GIVE ME THE COLD SHOULDER! tax land bark from the Country Club the Club can grow only\ as VemJ
state so it can be sold to new
grows.. Furthermore I plan to start a \
Fat Longleaf Pine Firewood taxpayers; (2)) get the city out of building,
the real estate business by disposing eration within thirty ,days for this operation tjbe
I of city-oned property to new
JACK DENISON people who will help carry the tax successful Venice mast grow.

load; (3) see that bark taxes on
Box 145 or iPhone 2832 or 2995 Venice. FU.
large properties are paid up sc
"Let's Be Warm Friends"Congratulations there will be "no favored Intel
osts" that get free rides while the What, Are My Qualifications
rest of Venice residents carry the
whole bur.dpn. and M) chmma'e!

from the budget costly expcndlturci Born in Pennsylvania. Age 57 Epkopaliai.
for plans, etc., that will be
AND THE VERY EEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS outmoded before they can be used.
Graduate of Harvard
University. and I.aw
ARE OFFERED TO : The third speaker Victor Rc ty. School of Temple University.
:MR.M) :MRNMLI.IM JOSEPH, Owner :57, is running for the same post as

Venice Department Store ':, French.political Although Clctl'lty'a8! he admitted omethillar that Twenty years of business experience, I Iv.holes.ale both

EYMR. new to me." he kept the crowd !In \ : and manufacturing.;

AM :MRS. LARF.VE In'RILEOnl'r... : good humor throughout his talk. .
THE NOKOMIS HARDWARENlllit1l : Discussing his qualifications Iv. Ten years in the Insurance Busings !boili
recalled hn! arrival in this country .
Life and General.Six .
in 1906 when he was 14 years
u-:: ', o'J! He aid he started his own
contracting business two years Inter years c.f Law practice.
made good, and had expanded

i y' s tl lave r n into tusmo.-ses the coal In, lumber one of and his theatre biu. Three years of experience is an Investment]

messes he had 60 men and 27 Advisor.
trucks under his supervision, ho
"The Bright Spot on the Trail" declared! and grossed around a
i milion, dollars a jear.

Featuring Asserting that his experience in I My Platform
managing these enterprises would I
DAVE DUNCAN stand him in good stead fti a councilman

he said, he also: wouiel I 1 All present services rendered by the City shoulj
THE "ONE MAN QUARTET" ':work to make the city grow. "Id!
liKe to do something for Venice," be continued' and where possible improve
Every Sunday Night he declaretd "and I'd 1 like to see I

the town get to the size that my I :2 More attention should be given to recreation facilities .|
| theatre will be full every night -
not running! with jut 30 or 40 1 for tourists and\: children.!
Special for ChristmasIN people like it is now" I

Retty emphasized that whatever i 3 Heal Estate: 'I axes should not be increasedaal

OUR PACKAGE DEPT. progress world came he from had made"hard work In the,"' no nuisance or other new taxes :should beim.|

and that he would work Just as posed. Eventually taxes can be decreased.
,\Ye feature a full line of hard for the city He said there

I IViPORTFD SCOTCH were projects many that minor would construction benefit the 4 Refund the ,present bond issue so as to avoidth:|

city If carried through, and that if increase in interest rates from 1 to 4 per cent

Martin's V.V.O. . . $6.10 fifth elected he would personally got

Gaelic Old Smuggler .. . $6.10 fifth out and work on them. He also 5 Encourage building.'
Hated that he felt taxes should
White Horse . . . $5.85 fifth remain about as they are at present -

TetcHers . . $6.00 fifth and that he saw no need for 0; To accomplish thisA
an increase since the cost of materials .
Haig and Haig Five Star . . $5.89 fifth because owned b)
wages etc., is levelling off. Properties now exempt
Gold Glen Rossie . $6.10 fifth SiBrist Last the tax-
hack on
I 1.1. Board must be brought
Dewars White Label . . $6.15 fifth The final speaker was Albert

Ballentines . . $5.95 fifth Sicgrkt 42 a retired dairy machinery roll.

Hankey Bannister distribution executive. He which it
. $6.10 fifth
b sell all property
The City must
is running for the four-year
Ushers Often Stripe .' . $5.95 fifth post municipal .
that will be open with the retire. owns and which is not used for present
Back; : and White . $6.00 fifth ment of Councilman George proposed t fJ'

Johnnie Walker Black . $7.52 fifth After discussing the Higel.l' purposes, or needed for

Vat 69. . . $5.79 fifth rtances teat led him to .! Lure municipal purposes.c .

Johnnie Walker Red . $6.30 fifth Venice in 1947, Siegrlst repeated collect all
former statements that he felt the I Legal action must be liken to
Cutly Sr.-k . . $6.40 fifth city should be run on the same more
Also a limited amount of choice Age! Scotch basis as "any going business! concern taxes and liens which, are two Sears !
Scottish Cream-8 yr. old . $6.25 fifth perlcnce." And he stated his past ex. past due. No more private deals to
should qualify him to set: Properties
Lr.nf-8 yr. old. $6.25 fifth that it was. taxes at ten cents on the dollar.

John Crabbie-12 yr. old. . $8.30 fifth In discussing financial matters, must be solid at public auction.

? Cat.o'-12 yr. old . $8.30 fifth Siegrlst said he felt "unnecessaryitems"
should be deleted from the
Bells Royal Vat-12 yr. old . $8.30 fifth city budget and that all back

Martin's Deluxe-12 yr. old. . $8.30 fifth taxes should be collected "in a Graham French
reasonable period. There
Highland Queen-Grand 15 should be

15 yr. old. . . $8.75 fifth no bills more at 10 of cents this settling on the dollar large tai af. Candidate fpr Council one year term I 19'8

I ter 10 years," he maintained. He At the election to be held Dece er 7th, :

.also declared himself in favor of t.
the Woman's Club
; "Shop ,atHome"
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acing.XHE Juan.,OONPQLIER Rnq 3p ,do, your :EnglewoodXhlas Epiphariy t Church.-\ ;Sponsors Everybody Is welcome to Join In eral chairman of the affair, assist
Q '
Second Games'PartyDec.l I the 'fun.Mrs. :''.' I ,, by Mrs. Bradford Couch Mrs.' IIi IIie4
The Church of the Epiphany Helene Morris will be gen J. J. Dean Mrs A. W Moremen.
Plans Go Ahead Guild will iponsor the second In a --- -------- --
A/ series of games parties, to bo held
I w I Committees Arrange throughout the winter season, next WATCH BUSTED? JEWELRY BROKEN?
Friday evening, Dec 10th.
For 1st Santa'PartyA LET US PUT THEM IN
I ,1 The party will start at 8 p.m. r
I at the Venice Country'Club TIP-TOP SHAPE
meeting was held last nightAt
the Englewood School to fur Honest WorkReasonable -
Gifts, Mrs. E. A. Bartholomew and
ther 'plans for the Community Mrs. 0. E. Ryah; Decorations, Mrs. Priori y t
Christmas Celebration that will beheld LeRoy R. Baatldo, Mrs. Robert El- 5 to 10 Days Sen IceShrode
I at the school on Christmas. I brecht, Miss Florence White and -
Eve. 1,1
I Mrs. L. T Parks; Christmas Tree, '
|Take A Tip The party Is being sponsored by ,,1. R. Bastido and William Davis; Jewelers
val Iou, organizations of the
town Publicity, Rev. Alexander Linn andT. GULP THEATRE BUILDING VENICE i
From SantaDo Including the Methodist and Com G. Neal. if fll
munity churches the Lemon Bay f
..111 ,
Your Christmas Post American: Legion, the Odd --
Fellows Lodge, the Lemon Bay
Shopping Early Woman's Club, the Chamber of
(ll('. Later Than You Think) Commerce, the Parent-Teacher
-0- Ass and the Community Club. BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHING MACHINES I '

Shop at Your 'Home- The festivities% will Include! religious SELF SERVICE ATTENDANT SERVICE
services and distribution of
0 un e d DepartmentStore
gifts by "Santa Claus" to all chil- VENICE
dren from Englewood Placida and TUBATOR1UM 249 w. VENICE AVE. r"

You'll Save Money Point Comfort. Grownups from: r
and Be Delighted with this area will be invited to attend 'V Wash up to 8 Ihs. 40c()
Selection. I Ilhe party, too
\vitli the
-o- Tate U Chairman Extracting up to 8 Ihs. lOc
Use: Our LayAwayPlan I' The decision to attempt the union

: too. A small deposit I program, the first of the type ever Drying . per lb. 5c
to be held in Englewood, was reach
will hold your gift I ed at a meeting of representatives 1 HOUR SERVICE ON WET WASH
for the whole family of the sponsoring groups recently. r

until ready for Santa. I J. D. Tate of the legion presided MR and MRS. LESLIE STECKLEY Oprs.
at the session and was named gen-
Venice I eral chairman of the holiday plans.
Five other committees were also
Dept. Store I named to assist in the preparations.They .
include: Program, Miss Lot
\\ Venice\ Ave phone 2IS?
tie Lamp and Mrs.. J. D. Tate;


Nokomis, Florida
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Lemon !

Gift Boxes for Christmas

We Express Anywhere

W. P. HAYES, Owner Phone 2373


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f | Gondolier. Social Editor \Jj\ ; ...JI8ft1, r:' .t 11P'tUg44res

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Favcf ble winds and weather permitting, the "Tokama" boat own ptFttd .'

P. Gibka of the Tarpon Center was expected Costumes r r' U .. r t\lffJ.Jr.\ "WCIOdro\lt'
ed by Mr. and Mrs. George ''Songs: I :
to arrive In,Venice'today from Daytona Beach, where she had been Public Can. See'Peacocks TPJPjt41tvlcl,;: Jun'I.

under routine repair for about a month, Aboard will,be Mrs. Gibba, an4 J 4Jvl,.JteUey,-g4n51w k
the boat; Capt. and Mrs. T ''REc Scenes Qrchids in Jungle ..Qardc.nFor ., ner...rvlNdyA.ndufOlI tt.
who went to Stuart early In the week to_meet : ,-AUet

Paul Foster, who arrived last the benefit of the. Noko- and" efi& njnio.ENGUVOOD.

week from Oneida, N. Y.:. to upend play was presented at.the hlh.ehool' mis Community Beach Club, the

the w'lnter at the Venice Bay Monday and Tuesday eve :rOfFormeifDaysDorothy: : jungle garden and grounds of

Trailer Park, and who went U iiingH The table was decorated ic
the home of Dr. Susan .Corson VSDICt
Daytona to bring the boat home; green and white the class Cfl- Saunders, well-known ,

and Capt. Harold E. McKenncyof ors and a large cake formed the chanteuse, will be featured here! of Nokomis will be open to the HOUSEK1V"LET

South Windham, Me, who is centerpiece. Miss Mildred McAmis Monday evening In a costume recital public for two weeks starting tomorrow US PREVENT

tpl'ndingthe winter at the Tarpon I faculty advisor for the class, assisted to be given: for the membersof THOSE

Center The "Tokama" was In serving the refreshment. the Venice-Nokomls Woman, Visitors will be welcome at WASH. DAY'

brought across the state through -0-
Club and the Community Service,I any time during any day In the BLUESme
Lake Okcc-chobee and the Inland at the
Residing for the season Venice
their st the -
Club and guests
two week period, to tee the 18
waterway canal \\or'thington Apts. are Mr. ana Country Club.
who rcccntlj i orchid now In. bloom, the peacocks -
-0- Mrs.V.. M Connor, Mrs Saunders, a mezzj scprano!

Other folk who have come to returned to Venice from their will bo presented through the and other unusual sights I

the Tarpon Center for a season of home In Alexandria, V'a.o .
tanning and fishing include: Mr. .-

Ind1'0.. Henry J. Kranz ut Hobart Arriving In Venice Saturday Lawn Party HelpsCelebratc

In \Ve :
\\' Wens of Bay Shore N. Y.; Dr.' Va., will spend the winter season I dovaWn:; :arj\ fy

end Mrn Trenti"VIIUon oVar with her on-in-la'V and daughter. I Joanne Curwood, daughter -' cleaning: quikl -
: ;ant
\ hirtton, D. C, and Dr. \\'iil.a ., Mr and :'.[n. 1... L. Steckley o': of Mr. and Mrs. C W Cur- for
reasonable\ "prices.
In's sijtcr-in-lm: Mr. Russell I Gro\tland AVC. Mrs. Frank Fisher I wood of Englewood, celebrated her

Uuison of AnnApollhl.. and Mrs James :\[. Dick \\e FREE
third birthday last Friday ,afternoon pickup: :and! de...
-0Mr to Tampa on Saturday with thi ,.
at a party for a group of her Venice
and Mr, Arthur H. Til' eI -, Stecklcys to meet Mri French I I cry. < m Modajs\ !,

: inn left yesterday for their home train. young friends. Nokcoiis: ')in TuesJajs)!,

i-i Cnltajro. 1,1.. after a twomonthrtay -o- The party table was set up o.i
Englewood in Fri,+:a s-
in Venice. While here they Enjoying a vacation at tit. i the lawn under the trees and was

purcha fd a home in D'.gewoort Copper Kettle Inn on Harbor Dr decorated in yellow, pink and or on p..dll!; calk

and are already looking forward to of reter-
la Mrs. A. B Windham
tvhile. Birthday cake punch and
Ph\l1 _I'M l II I NOWVeivce
returning n?et year to: again enjoy burg, Va
nerved and the
Vmicc's sunshin" Chicago ice cream were
brnrrr!! guests received candy basket fa-
New residents of Venice arc M' Laundry

04 0Rlo'cent and Mri. Orta Stoltzner who hai; vors.

weekend guests of Mrs who attended theI and
from Chicago and are staying 0' Youngsters
Suzanne MJlir! rf the Worthingti -
Treasure Island Mr. Stoltzner i j1 r I I party were Johnny Tate, Sandra Dry Cleaning Servce''C.t ;
Mr. and Mrs.V.. /:. '
n Apts were IEZZO-!iOJ R.O SU'XDF.RS
retired contractor and they fo'mcrly Lampp, Itay and Carol Wallace,
Decker of ZancoviMe, Ohio.
spent 12 winters in Bradenton. courtesy of Dr. Isle Huebner, a,! Nancy Bowdler, Tommy and Carol \\ Venice \\t.

-0- Hope they'll like Venice.0 famous pianist who makes her Reiter, Irwin Biorseth, Betty Gilmore -!
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buerenu or
winter home In Sarasota Dr I Esther Ainger, Janice Cu:"> l li
Harbor Drive have as their guests MRS. ANNF St'ilLSLooking's
Mrs. MV.. Olds recently returned Huebner will accompany Mrs.i i i wood, Joyce Tate Diana Burnham
Mr and Mrs. Hschard Dayton of
by plane to her home In the Saunders :in her appearance here and Richard Curwood. ,
Cape Cod, Mass.
Worthington Apts, after a two The program entitled "Soenu I

-0- weeks' trip to New York. and Songs of Long Ago" is di- I
:Miss Marlam! Smith, who has
o- \'!idcd, into three The !
groups.: song Our Profession
ben living In Sarasota, Is now last-
Leaving Sunday, Mr.anaMrs. will portray a drawing: room In an i
making her home with Mr. and
J. C. Mahon of Treasure Island early Philadelphia home a courtyard ., REAL BEEF IIAMBIRGERS
Mrs. Alvin P Jones of Nokomis. with All the TrlmmirRs ONLY 25c
will spend several month: In St. Augustine and a cabn! I ((j
Miss Smith, who has a position In ALSO -
with Mr. Mahon't brother and sis on a Southern plantation.
the County Health Drpt. In Sararta. .
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ma- In each Mrs. Saunders'song it h 7 HOME-MADE PIES SEAFOOD-
I Is Mrs. Jones' daughter COMPLETE DIXMRS:
hen of Louisville, Ky. They will aio portrayals will be enhancedby ( I
-o- v.- Open 7 n.m. to 11 pm
Fro their con, J. C. Mahon 3d. colorful and authen'ic fj'p Q
IJjs Batty Lee Johnston of NoItomis costumes TablesKAPPELMANN'S
: Curb Service
who Is attending school In Lexington She will sing early EngiKn -:1;: or
entertained last Tuesday
Ky. He will be with themIn airs for the INON
Philadelphia scene, old DRIVE -
evening at a party for the mem-I ,
Louisville for the Christmas
hers of fho cast of the Senior play, holidays. Spanish folk gongs for the St. Au. THE TBAIL 2i! Mi. North of VENICIfff
gustine group and negro melodiesfor
"We Shook the Family Tree. The .
-o- the Southern story.

Paul Nave of Osprey was surprised A Philadelphian, Mrs. Saunders "

Special Every Saturday last week at a part .Ii the wife of Lawrence Saunders,

in honor of his birthday.J president of a medical publishing ROOMON '
Cards were played and refreshments company of that city. She appeared -

served by Mrs Nave. Guests In this area last year, performIng -
Home Baked
were Mr and Mrs Ed Smith sons in Sarasota. She also present HIGHWAY$ ENGI EWOOD

Boston BeansCooked Dick. Jerry and Ronald; Mr and ed a program this week for the PHONE VENICE 2186DFLICIOUS

Mrs Byron Earl and children. Sarasota Music Club.

to a Golden Turn Mary, Phyllis and-Leonard: Duf. Between the scenes, Monday i SATISFYING MEALS ,
with Molasses Baron and Pork fy Iger Mrs Jenny Adrian and
night's audience will be entertained -
the Chunks Oven.- "',cm" Lanius ftt M. and Mrs Donald Smith.; by Warrene Johnson an ac- Luncheon 12-2 Dinner 5"o-8:30( : ,

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o- complished pianist and teacher of '
A treat for the family Mr and Mrs Louis Gasser nay piano In Sarasota. i SUNDAY DINNER.HOURS: 12:45 Z:30 5:30.8:00Y :

I returned to their home In Osprey The will 8:30. "
Only 4Cc 6rt program start at *"
per carton ".H## "" MRf lH.N
for the winter months. They have -1

Venice been up In Vincennes, Ind

Mrs. D. H. Devlns of VeneziA
Pastry Shop
Pkwy spent this week visiting

M7 W Venice A\c. Phone 2663 friends in Ft Lauderdale and Mi


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Unil Further Notice

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Pleasant Surroundings Hand -- CEMENT PLASTER LIME; .,SAtyD; ROCK

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b.theri t g' toyfil' Review I Ilostponed.by hratmas Cantata'I. '-- i'let!tries. FIr telll'b'd'tllhae"t(6eft'ffilH'paL t"Baptist 'Ghurcb. Tto:;

I II ttusstarr1 Icpni'_t td betSiifJ" Iras er'oi"'ehild.ea at'lhica-

Woman's> Club I ByBptisb.6bo At, St. Marks.Guild Meeting"4 ;4:'Btbk'SdaooL ". a

A'tt lleilo. 'bf\ftetulitul'ftuso. : 1ssiretslhent'Charles Rell.iIt.1dti

A reyievotj''W lmton Churchill I I scan Icons, owned by MM. Fitsh .'; /!. .fiver the business nttcSBqend .

ije Gathering. Storm," scheduled I,I Wednesday afternoon the Yenlc New 'Glory' Work to LastFull .gh W. Haensel of'Venice Ave., refreshments wilt be sess0&

be given before the Venice-No. Country Clutt.,Tea will be served Hour on Dec. 19 will be1 the center of Interest at Jor': .tber. of the first gride.

I, nU WwiMuVi CJub tonight by after'.the'meeting. Chairmanwill ,The choir of the' First BtptUtChurch a meeting of the St. Marks

I Leonard W S. Stryker the Guild of the' Episcopal Church
r be'Mr, Clyda Migei,:assisted will preaent a' Chrlatmasoanlata. NEED: PRINTINGrPhone
,. Episcopal Church, haw next .Tuesday afternoon.
Marks by Mra Frank Fisher and Mrs ,."From, Realms of Glory."
o.postponed-because, the rector ,The,statues will be'exhibited THE GONDOLIER.Venice
Emma Heilly by Gerald F, FVaeeo, ore' Sunday
by Mrs. Haensel, while their his- 3131 /!
well.' !
feeJIng ,,
lot The club will also hold another evening Dec 19, at $ p.m. tory and religious background ,

II jhe club: ,will Jtold a business games party at the Civic Center The hour-long cantata la a new, will be discussed by Dr. Leonard {Y

I sslon, however, at 2,10: next the night of Dec. IS work, having been completed by W. S: Stryker; rector of the
t Mr. Frazee and published early ..Episcopal Church.

I this year. The session will begin at 230: 'GULFTheatre ,;

PHONOGRAPHS $16.95 and Up The members of the choir arc: !In Mrs Haensel home. A busi- 1 t

$1 a- week sopranos, Mrs. William Bellamy, ness session will also be held

S' Wonderful Dinah Shore A Buddy (lark, MM Clyde Hlgcl and the Misses and tea will be served by the Venice Phone 2964 k ,

Album of 4 Records bn one long play. gggg r Bcttye Zeigler and Nadine Hayes; hostess OVE: SHOW NIGHTLY ,
My Daddy U only n Picture and Just a Lit I.. altos, Mrs Fred Boldt and Mra 11.
Lot In' Eddie Arnold. ?... . ..., j5c IF 1 Rolf Office'Opens 7.3 ".!
S. Smith; tenor, William Bellamy .
A Bluebird Singing in My Heart and Show Starts 8:09
Lill Marlene' -. Sing Crosby 79c and Rev D. Campbell Crawfordand Peace at Home
Don't Hilt with Me And Rock In the basses, George Mauser, Ji. E. Short Subjects Shown Before
Ocean Hank Thompson B-,, Zeigler and Fred Boldt, Jr. Theme of PTA"Peace and After the Fratnre a y yo
Mrs. Douglass Arnall Is pianist
Alpha Music Friday and Saturday.
Shop for the group.Newlyweds. Begins In the Horm wi 11 I ""t". S.IfllK
ill. W. Venice Are. (Phone S651 2)51 be the theme of the program next OWEHnon;;
,- Settle Here Wednesday evening at the regular In
meeting of the Englewood Parent-
THE KING FURNITURE CO. After Marriage in Georgia Teacher As n, at 8 pin In the "News Houiris"AlKO
FRED B. KINO OWNERof Ilr and Mrs Harry F Grover Vw Cartoon sporliwlKeoonliiit 1
who were married November 15 The young ppnplo of Englewood's
Punta Gorda : ipUil'h T.UR
'n Pokstone, Ga., arrived In Vtn- two churches will partici- Runny and the Toifrifsr '
TAKES PLEASURE IN WELCOMING fee recently to make their homeIn pate In the program. A grout! from --

TO THE BUSINESS; LIFE OF the Nichols Apt. on Venice the Community Church will present Sunday Monday
THIS AREA Ave. I a pantomime on the featured I><'1'. 5.6

FRANK RAEBURN Mrs Grover Is the former Mrs tubjoct, under the direction of "Summer Holiday"!
Rev. Alexander Linn, while a chart
OWNER Mamis Prc\itt of Gainesville G .y Glorious Sentimental
musical will he given bv
Mir Grover hails from New York program with
Venice Shoe Repair: Shop the young folk of the, Mcthedlj'
State but ha lived in Gaines- :Mickey Roomy
POSTOFFICE ARCADE Cnurch under supervision of Mrs.
Mlb: and other Florida cities Mr Glint Tt? Haven
Robert Elbrecht
ocd Mrs Everett Brower of Man- rtuH-r Huston, 1 rink Mnntan .
h-',tt:'n Farms told them what a Also on the p.c,:ram will be th' In Technicolor I
wonderful place VenICe Is to live showing of colored movies by Rev Added: News and :MusicalItoorliiik' :

OPENING MONDAY DEC. 6 !In "- PO here they are. D. Campbell Crawford of the Ven- : H prnH*
"Tuhln the Tu",,"
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Civic Center Heat PlantA 2633Sarasota- 2529 -0-
Tues. Wed. Iliurs.I .
Venice Shoe Repair ShopRear fuel oil burner and condensation Phones )"e. 7.89"Emperor

pump were installed in the Waltz" ( ,

of Arcade Barber Shop heating plant of the Venice Civic Ambulance Wonderful Music and Color ;
Center last week. The work was ServiceDay Starring i. .

Opposite Post Office done by James F. Dempsey of Sal- Bmg Crosby Joan I,"onUin" a

erno St. The equipment will put or Night Flu Cartoon &; }'",..IIIII' Parade ,y .
Complete Modern Shoe Repairingand steam Into radiators in all partsof Recordings 'Bozo and 'fJ!
the building. It replaces the Prompt and CfJurteotlSROBARTSSHANNON llig Rocket hp"!
Leather WorkAlso coal-burning system originally Installed t
when the former army All Recordings! 7:M! p.m. 4':.
MIMIC Shop tc
POLISHING structure was erected on its pres- Funeral Home Courtesy Alpha

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AreaHead at AuxiliaryMeeMr Offenng for Missionanesr ; i' .. ANtA'S OPEC

: Decatur Pelot of Sarasota !
president of the Central, Florida
Given by Local Baptist Group BEFORE
Area of the American Legion Aux .

Jliary, will address the No-Vet, CHRISTMAS!

:Post Auxiliary at a meeting In the Christmas Talks Included mas hymns sung during the program What Is It? Why, its our to, J

legion hall here at 8 p.m, Monday In'Day of Prayer'ProgramA A covered dish luncheonwas bar and lounge comriete|.J

.Members: of the local group andfutoftown served at noon In the Sunday e decorated and furnished VI'lu b
auxiliaries asked of was1 held today All settees and spotless laDles 10ft
< : are Day Prayer School rooms i 16 .101\\.
attend lighted so you can relax
i by the members of the Women 111

', Missionary Union of the PTA Executives to MeetAn In the former Taylor Hard,,,,
For quick results, u'e a GONDOLIER First Baptist Church The pro quarter, \\'-slenlee A fniH.
Classified Ad. executive committee meetingof
gram, led by Mrs Douglass Arn OPENING 5 P.M. FRIDAY DECEMBER11
the Venlce.Nokomls Parent- 3
all, included the Lottie Moon '
Teacher Assn has been railed for R &B BAR
Christmas Offering which is taken
next Monday at 8 p.m. at the
up by all Baptist Churches this Center. All committee heady Civic BEEn AND GOOD COMPANY \\\ES
I lime of year to further the aid of urged to attend. -

missionary work in foreign fields --

After the devotional by MM

Arnall; various group members "l
presented talks illustrating the

ways that! Christmas is celebratedIn

overseas countries. Those who

participated i were M/s. Jennie
Chenault, Christmas Day in Ja TWENTY-

IMn": Mrs. William Bellamy, "ItBegan
In the Orient; Mrs. Georg

:Mitchell'sBarber riigel, "Christmas Day in Nl
geria" and a discussion of missionary -
work there; Mrs. D GENERAL H ELECTRIC

Campbell Crawford 'What thc
ottie Moon Offering has Meantto
ShopDr. Europe"; Mrs. George Hauser KITCHENS

"Christmas In South American
Countries"; and Mrs. H S. Smith.
rhompsci: BIdg
"Christmas and Missionary Work ,
132 W. Venice Ave. in Palestine and Syria." fi;.", ," ."' """v .I>,!;\ ;. )" .;.; ,
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Prayers were said and Christ > y. )> fi" } :J.Hi'.
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Liggett's Rexall Drugs Sarasota Yacht Club South Florida ,Mattress Co.

Orange State Lumber Co.Bay County Sheriff's Office Thacker & Van Gilder '
Funeral Directors ';area
Sarasota Jungle I Gardens .
Tropical Cleaners & Dyers
Altman Chevrolet Co. ;,'I
Heath Travel I Service

Chuck Wagon, Inc.Y. t;;
Welding Service Co.
Southern Gas & Electric Corp.

Neon ..y
Merry SignsThornton's
The Trail Inn C. E. Grocery & Market t

.+' 'GroceryKobartsShannon Land 0' Sun Creamery"' Inc. Sarasota Feed Co.

J. L. Williams Garage
Bailey Transfer. & Storage Co.
Funeral Hpne. }
Protane Gas. Service
Culligan Soft Water Service
Rayl Lumber. Co.. I
MIN Garage
Allen Electric Co.
Stinnett's" Pontiac Service Adams. & Houser. Hardware.

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John W. Summers,Plumbing,
Pinehurst Spring Water Co.; .
Sarasota Sewjng Machine '
Shepard Lumber Co.
New West Florida Ice Co. Center

Independent Concrete .PrO bJ.
McMahpn Fur Storage woo .Motors. .

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Published every Friday. Editorial and business office. 313 West 4m FlCRJ
Venice Avenue Venice. Florida. P. 0. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. .
W/'C&tS1II tllJlFftI ALAI /'tJREI7S ARt UNDER ORrr ,
Entered (I second-class matter June 6, 1946, at the post office I'ROTECTlIIJ tE'SS 7NIW 44 0't% 1JII/68IMNE P 01141w. To the Editor
at Wenice. Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PURIM6 OWE YEAR IN RORIPA 1V1lf'Rf WI 1lifN I 7Yei?or POPES F
UM'f I/Rt f'I01fC1' 7 Aeae0r2JSe 01'Asrew7.'rraranv MtII_.IINP.00P.ANAPI The Venice GondolierIn
>aWits Nmt.ll/fNJ(>trla NAIC'SEPOe Dfnr6iw007eR/Q7RfDVsae
The ElectionsIn Art sDeevusa tosbA+tirFrr the November 28, iw, lilt
I City s of the Gondolier there appear 4

addition to being the seventh anniversary: of the o\CA\ y u/7ertts advertisement headed "ConuJ 01z
attack Pearl Harbor next will have 4 low Sen.e About Taxes," |nwrtJJ
Japanese : : on Tuesday w FjtP 7MuAJ7tS Mr. Finn W Ca
a \m personal importance for all residents of Venice This advertisement pmell.gave I

it will be the day on which the city's registered voters 11 /O, line of the taxes Imposed bJ
cast ballots for those who, in the judgment of each \ 4' : City of Venice and conclude m
voter are best fitted to guide the community as members 0 the statement that the praa''
li seven mill tax which U M
of its council. appli k
Since candidates Brohard and i Albert bonded Indebtedness should be k
Snnth Siegriit creased to ten mill
1JoJ 1- u
:! 100I a L
:are unopposed, there'acually will be only one contest possible without bringing the fc

in the race. This will be between Graham French aId* 1945, A BABY' MA< sam ] til real estate tax aboulwemfive a
Victor Kelt) both of whom have filed. for the one year EVERY /* SKQfJDS IKI AwN-MTlC iUf tM'rill BOItW 01IIC6 WHICH It WOKS As. er1'I mills
term left vacant:!( by the resignation in October" of ailing! U S. I MOSPliRL' nittmr AS vr MICMRTK iwinm I wish to take Issue tin i
Caspersen on this conclusion.Sua
Councilman: George Botts, Jr.
an increase in rate would
j This lack of candidates is 'unfortunate for onto there is :a contest, the voters should be sure they pick only If the City Couw be kcessary -

when there is competition) do most men pelfticiau.as / whichever candidate is best equipped by education, experience fails to perform its duties lot

i as well as athletes perform at their peak. It is extremely and interest to handl the problems they wit new City Council I Is not pint I"

important that voters give: thoughtful consideration meet. let the taxpayers down

to the post where they have a choice, however, Voters should remember this, for the handling of It is only necessary that Con
ell be energetic in getting tai.
for even one man can greatly influence the effectiveness;; municipal problems if mistakes are made can hur. cmpt property now owned by Ut

of a group. And even a cursory study of the problemsthat everyone of us. And if the problems are handled wise I. I. Board back on the tai ml 1

will confront the next council should demonstrate ly, we all can gain. collect past due taxes and nfr

that its effectiveness may determine in a large degree Voters should also remember,that a willingness to nance the bonded indebtedness

whether Venice will fulfill its promise or revert to :. work and learn, while laudable, is not enough. Manyof order to eliminate the increase aInterest

' ... "ghost town" in the next few years. ''I the problems outlined above will demand immediate present bonded rate called Indebtedness for by the I.

Here are a few of the }problems that the next cOLIn action. And the t type of knowledge necessary to cope these things are done this sera

cil will Iv called upon to solve not just consider, bu' with them is not picked up overnight.How mill tax rate need not be tann

SOLVE: in the next year orso* : can voters (determine, which of the candidatesmeet ed.The

One-How to raise more money for city expenses these requirements? Well, a political rally was people of Venice and become mull opt stop

Jet not raise taxes. scheduled to be held at the Civic Center last night, and being mists pessimists Stop painting discour u(.

Two-What to do about our $290,000 in if it came off the Gondolier will carry a resume of each picture of the future and total

debtedness, which accounts for seven mills of our candidate's statements on the front page.In take energetic steps to ketp 4

present 25 mill tax and threatens to become an even addition. a pretty fair evaluation of :a cmJUate's our present cervices without II-
greater burden in the next few years. fitness can be made from his :addesses before civic clubs crease In taxes We can do this'
if we all I**
Three-How to build t tennis courts and his attendance at public meetings, and the time, trouble with booster confidence and tell people' about the

other recreational facilities for tourists and young and expense he has gone to in formulating a programand wonderful services given by te

people, when there is no room in the municipal presenting it for public consideration.. City and the very low talfl tW

budget, for such expenses at present. Those who have not gone to the trouble .of doing are Imposed. The best way to keep
Four-What to eta about the projected city these things may have the best intentions in the world. the tax rate down Is to dIJlOUrl&

waterworks expansion, for which 8,000 has already And once in office, they might work like'Trojans. But new building Very truly yours

been spent for plans. they also might not, and even horse players if they GRAHAMVenice FRE'o'CII

Five-What to do about the need for a sanitary are wise place their bets on the basis of past perform Golf Manor

sewer system, the cost of which would ificrease ances rather than future hopes. -0---
the cit>: 's indebtedness even more. To the Editor

Six-Hov to provide more rental housing and IN A HUBBY Venice Gondolier
set t up other projects that t will get Venice "on the PHONE 3461If Enclosed find check for 1D0tJIlf!

map" as a tourist center. Ne Answer. Call 2955 year's lubscription. GondolierB

Make Your Own Decision VENICE TAXI Yea I do like lot your of the .s.pit.

It i fc not the Gondolier's intention to tell its readers remind Bulletin me a" a paper W Wcommunky
how they should vote, for as we said in a previous editorial news clean ..

we feel they have the intelligence to make their Both Protect! straight
own decisions. But' it is obvious after my J2lion
that, at least, where Two year ago
'Insurance .Xmas Seal and patriat.on. from

Guard Your.Life and from Japanese in Northern bl.LUIIt GoI'
Close Saturdays at OneS Property by dotter ImetMr.Willi.m.it was or seemed like
he Per:
S Buying 80thBLALO.CK ,.L dream In the past when aeiP'
a with hi. little
tented me
N. WIMMERS Realtor 19,4,8 borhood paper. I we told.ubSCrlbed him It wy It
JAMES T. ETHEL B. like the Bulletin
PENINSULAR! TELEPHONE CO. Bank Building FIGHT. TB for. year in Bagnio. have I
FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT Venice Florid that youProsperous will
WESTERN UNION Phones 36Iil".r' 2721 Buy Christmas Stall Hoping year.

Western Union Open on Sunday and Holidays 11 to 12 am. / p.s. This paper after and It .tw f'
Really ARE YOU SELLING your ,been read by my lister wilei'
house, a lot or your farm? If tend It on to Japan
self I EJIIIt'wood
'" Yours io, you may be called upon (oran several .f our boys from

"Dress abstract. art ItatiaDed.
Up" ARE YOU BUYING Fs house, (Editor' Note: LO0Condoller ks like,10:.
OF lot or farm? If s*. be sore you sure la getting
YourLandLANDSCAPING receive an abstract or title laur days! Thanks to 1t05er.
U 4 these .)
nce. .
t E .4 r Kluge and those
+ a
COME IN and wt .lf'be
q" At > Clad to
explain why you need
an abstract or title Insurance.Abstract .

MOWING of Lots and Acreage nxm
N Too

R C': "HAROLD BATES : '. .-.' ," II' ":of 50".0" ,. wrralrwe R
.' .,i". fl -a.
JENCICWOOD .. IN .. 10. ittew
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1 A8.1 Pew'I AU ALA 'i I D A D. S I cents CLAPRIFI4D RAIEd a word 1'atYb I'

coed in.. .. \ \ 2.choral words word 1 cent t''

ndins payment ch..,., at ..nt>. a.


PINES for nit Any DRFSSMAKING try ..
.mount Five cents each. See \IFED of Von. COMPLETE .. Vi.lnia Junes, phone 8011
fill shell
? udorf Hi Venetian Clea.."... Phone Ice Trading 2802 Post, "' W. MiamidAv rue. REAL ESTATE SERVICE Pete Lurk.Phone 20 I I.
Sales BMt.U
-- NOKOMIS R..Mti<> -
' BOAT 113000 with boat trail XMAS: SPECIAL Utvoiuu toe POSIT M'U't1lIIBA' and IF INTERESTED In good ma..>nrjr, liitvtnir your rerhaire .. ...... l
no. Alto t outboard mot.oro. one Hivutiriii .h.pl.no ." .II uf SuLTHWtSr M.UIJUA. Mod. either brick or block work. ....1I.. K. Hill. i ('.H Calvin Holder at ST71
a ">other ;.hp. Both like new. SeeWllam accordion and h group lmnni for a mi hutn 4 lu bt.uliful nvci'frunt states Venice $774.CONCRETE. --- -
at Venlm Pay Trailer Park. hole family. HIS no or 11451)0 down i C....Uii luc u..n. Including Improved NICE
1502:; U '.f.o Per month far 4 month lit l I.... and unimproved, lulling .trunk.l........ .Uland.. t bual bpnipeniM <._. WORK and tnirking Louie I TO BE: NEAR '
Alone" 0' a15,00 "lawn and 14.t11l par "vrtuntlie. and income eel....., '...clud.Inll Adnrian. Phone Venice 266560t. .
week for 52 w't'k"'i '1..n.l. Alpha motet court., trailer camps, hiatus, REM 101NG
FOR RENT M lair _
Shop uteM Inir ..n.h.., farms and .rove.it. Box 75. Laurel. Florida :
Large and small tracts of l land A Earl Cottrell Paul Nave
AI. wilting VAAF I a'u-r J..n. ---- nimplrte" rental service Send for fine P-D.Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING
Guy Cutwona. City of Venkr. IIADI03 Urtj T.k, veer pick 2 dnrriplivt fnlrirn and maps of this tropHjl Modern pumping equipment Work ruar I HELP
',iU,* 0.00 each : 2 at $15)0 each' : I nnlmJITFIOTT. anteed Phone Sarasota l-t0 or Venice
0" with! h.'h private rntranee IMtery-elvrtrlr roillmi I2S (Ml each Ion.. I ---- .- -- -, i
,.,. |nah". and water f"rnihe4l in runmktfilioo. Alpha Music Shop. REALTY INVESTMENTS HICH SCHOOL Girl wants john Tifcahy MOTHHll nelimr Sy ......
nh.1, l dlrirlct. Phone 2HM ---- --, -- 147 First.. Street Fort M,..., Florida' ..llter. Phone 2M'2 Ask for Jit.x. "'h"n. Venice 1162.
Everything In Real b.t.tt"
trr. boar .., potable typeHl Both the USUAT. .nd UNUSUAL
[>W\\ Through a low-cost (2 .M: only t>rIrVnil fool I91.revulr A Chrldma.price
cf bu.I
Gondolier class I wrapped pailniH uf nut .... PERSONALIZED LAUNDRY SERVICE
per word) worth nt rwirda and 'dentl,l sits In city of Venice -
your roller .. I" |nmhn.ir AlI I. b, owner If lnirrratrd .
ltd. ha Music Sh.." ..t..;...t.. Add..... Box 88.Portent Venice you, Fla.ine clothes laundered the way you prefer'

with ROOM seven. kite HOUSE In Ncikoim.frame .IM'C"OO$2.500. AIM, WET WASH FLUFF DRIED Fl '
REFRIGERATORGOT large corner lot In B.y Point Telephone
M,.. G n. hells at 2811 for Inform.tloo. .- '
{ NEW HOUR In !:nul,'wo.,1': 01..11.' Agent for Venetian Cleaners)
LET US BRING IT BACK W..mkn' .lulihniiwi hcdnHinn.' Inquire
TO NORMALALL I.... Knapp, i.n rlew.w.d.- Pickup and Delivery Phone VENICE
--wit HAVE :nrntxnllrnt buy-in
:MAKES sFRUCFD I hemp and NrtmpnlK| Saw thpAvmili 1'/1-
". lit nee r< the! will/ mil l..l. Vee- Englewood Automatic
I,.. Land 1 C.... Vok..mi> Ate


APPLIANCE SERVICE \ On I.,.Tim 54 x iny Mi, f-rt riKliwiimlnm 11. ;;
Trim iwveil canal tn H.y.
I .., .. .
PHONEEMCE "U80 ; pm h ni" n pnipeur. "
,.,, .. N..I
"'"lo. e AI. <.n'niv and -
\ J" x All ft '
: (,toy P. CVRWOOII Senior ,

WI.\\lITII.T .mnt h.mt furnlxhed I
,. NnK 'Innd"mind end. f-nlt trptJnn ..
i ::1f tarot nmirnnrv 42'1 All.mbra, Kd,
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I ':'lllliUi'i NMRI'i'
Tfi/fS THEM? I unup,' iir.ii' u. hara'bw ...\11, that ; ,
I '
in air ci niu"tmit a UOMIIIIK alley. bin
mw m 0--i Vi .,v Avinu \., kllirida >.. '
uiulti the nr'iti"ii. name .,f
H.UM' \:kAIJh
Talc pest way: to pre- i i and Ihlll Mid firm h wool |pe antw hew names an'I
j", /' ,. 1pl01. uf u'.I.I.l .i..'. ere. aw full"Kit
part tor any event vJi: .. I' ,'. i. W.. .11 Vrncv.Fla..
(a J.>ln Sh... .', \Vnle. Fl.
'I,'romp rat the 1I..I.kad.| In .. fol
and to relax when it's luwittrneit CABINET i
J. I'.'.... 5u per cent I II OIL HEATER
with cool I John bhiKk 6 over is .1 I 1 It in inn In.'ntb.n! to apply tit thiClirV .
iif the Cinult Court In and for I
drink prepared withJIM oats Count). rltirila, tu ritti'ter the : and
sold name ..r IH\V1AKAU umlir tt :: up
,li-Al.icn- of Ch.p'ir 2OTS1. Laws of .
Il<.lif I"H.
1Vltan. ir hnnil this 14th day of
November IS48

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Pastor Addresses Lions CO.
'wt, 11I01 &E: UNC'I.R.S01.t:>
.. VENd'1< <, \
VEli .. F I of A Little Down"
Rev. Alexander Linn pastor' "We Feather Your Nest With I

the Englewood Community I Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. sit

Church, spoke before the Venice

NoW DURING Lions Club on Thursday night at '.
w the Benice Ctundy Club. '
u A The subject of Mr. Lnn's! tflk

gas "Our Beytic brcujht cut Just in Time for !

that father md coi.imun'tiei

hoLd: taue innhal Interest In their mottit

"hile they nrr growing .p,
After months of n ( :
In order that they' will become re-

H>uns.ible and good citizens: ire hive: just peen! : t

F'lirc it wail the club's Lad'd

Night wives end wccthoartj cf Exclusive Sales

the members *.CN tlno prevent' O
e Ii T,,i"fr1 in this area for

Children under 12 years! of ago

OFFER GREAT VALUES will be admitted tree'to the Gulf ...-..--_........ ._-_.._-.....

Theatre up to 7;45 Saturday night
Only watches with the
according to Paul Goldenstein,
Durofowtr Malnipriri9 -
proprietor of the Alpha '

Shop. He said that Victor Betty

Elgine are greater value than owner of the, theatre,. had agrtedto 'JfS'ON'S
ever For beneath their beauty waive admission charges for
u the DuraPower Mainspring r, they could
th.t. eliminates 99% of aQrepair .iI :'l 41 these youngsters befor BIGGEST
,due to Meet mainspringfailure "j"::1o tis6tt! : ./ hear a children's recording

*. A wide range of styles l-tfA:. the main show begins Promotion-
Parade ;.. Consoles Consolettes Table
during our of the
price he taken
Watchea. I fi' ,t. e <, 'I picture may
..TCNT KNoma a
: 'l'lJt JIOOF1N O Both AM and FM

IS jewel Elgin. Aijtuillt Roof Work of All Kinds 1
Elgin De LM... J1 Elgin Dt luxt. 17 jutlrd. iOli naturalVuraPowtr JONESPhoneal $20.95 to $144.95IllRUY
odutltd. to ALVIN P.
jll-ts DaraPower. ."Mal...,.11.. Main. r..lI<
'! OK..ral sprig 10H. natural stainless steel'J7.5Ot 6 dr. .I IN TODAY AND !MAKE 1OIR

"ldJwedtas..$45.00. 'Soldfslft's' 1Mo 'SO.DOt HOLIDAY SELE 'ION
tfed. Tax.........



I'OsTOO'1CE ARCADE VEMCE VenicePlumbing "Sick Radios Made Well In Venice"

Shop W. Venice Ave. Phone
Box 14, Venice Phone

A Small" Deposit{! will;hold)any; gift. until Christmas I 11.1111110- + T l,' qK

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Face Ten V1WICI: OONDOUSR Friday, Ik"ip
: I

Venice 'Squaw CagersJoin Roll Florida Cowboys to Let THE GO550L114I \
Women Bowlers printing, Just
Boys in Opening of Season A Real 'O1J West' Rodeo I phone 3131,

Members of the Venice
Although they live on the seacoast -
"'Scjua.baskotTjAll team deter- Double Matches Venice area' resident will 0)) '
rained not to bo outdone by their Entry have a chance on Sunday to ice

male counterparts advised the the kind of a "wild west" show

1 Gondolier this week that they also I usually associated with Texas HOPE
would journey to Alva on Friday & J Aircraft which ban drop-I und other inland area WE GET THE

night to help open the 1948-49 I IS: games and won only 8. The show will be a real Flor- PLATFORMHOME

cage season. Best man in the league during I Iida cowboy rodeo, complete with
Men's B evening was H. P. (Kirk) Kuy bronco-busting, bulldogging of
It had been previously I announced 1
of Green's Fuel, who took steers, calf roping, horseworking ,
that the boy's squad would ploy I single with 216 and high ser- and cow-riding for children. roe n

their! maiden contest tonight, New with 0:9..No And just to make things com- Ito

against the Lee County : :; : : THUIII Standings plete a "crackerland" fish fry m

.IOJ). areI3.1 Venice Tram standings In the Men's music by a cowboy band and a

Ouch 'Do" l'derI Ito toolcJJOTJC week was are net known since this full ]program of horse raring will
was not given to the
be thrown In ror'food
of the squad on movinji'c the Women' of measure.

ndolier thisl'k by league
from Ohio recently said she' a complete act of The rodeo: will be held at the
I') Lowlakado on Ox Dow Ranch, 12 miles east of
apected her lassies ti really burn Game results Tuesday night,
I art again en \ (' Sarasota 'on the Fruitville-My-
the Alva lloor. She diJn't, Venice Furniture
up \ saw
the okka City Road. Sponsored by
..IT explain! whether the hOW-I pace ; two from the Adorjan Truck-
the Sarasota Fraternal Order of ,
cnlrj-Bcrica were I Venice! Food upset Jossart'
\>y good phj' cr by painful coiitr.it I tric Petticoats. Eagles, it will begin at 10 a.m. I 1
on the: haiuAood; with tender "I{" Club girls in ,'i in two contest, the En- and last all day.
Merchants surrrise the: r
portxnn '.f the anatomy. /panics on Sunday Electrics In two and Head "rangier" during the i

Those who will start the garni- up and fork l three !I Garage sweep right aerosol; program will be tall lanky T,
hail nu beta designated when the Texaco M. Williams Mill
Dytevon ', Tavern for three straignt. 1 owner of the ranch.
"Suua\\' \left for Alva equipped time out. ) I
I No results were made avaiUibl" 1
with the gold and green uniforms In the' other
I the fate of Venice's "All I
presented to them by: the local I Tavern took two ---
," In the Sarasota All Star
Lions Club. Those on the squad on Sunday, and They were leading the COME ABOARD, MATEYS!
include Martha Adams Joan Cole the "K" Club on '

TnUy Gault: Lane! Shanley, Mary .eft the Electrics The at new last reports.Bowlakade League The Newly Ship-Shape Dining SalonAT
Earl, Julia Murtintiale, Tommic
heap with 20 wins :
two weeks ago, also saw
Nipper, Ann Franklin. Pat WOOQ. since the league
action Thursday night. The
Mary Helen Listen, Lillian Taylor, by the "K" Club
Merchants took two from THE TARPON
Dorothy Kelly, Marta Taylor, Del- Smitty's with 15
i Service and Venice Bay
vie Davids, Lucille Henne, Elsa I with 13
sevens Park made a clean sweep Open It's Galleys to Hungry Venetian
Taylor Millie Dyseven and Elinor
The highest Hodgln's Electric Service.
Pearson the double series \\ Most unusual part about the I This WeekendDine
The giry are also scheduled tr '
attend a basketball "clinic" on on the Wednesday Electrics. by! matches was the Individual in a Nautical Setting of Convoy Lights Pilot1110It I and
totalled by both the Mer- Cosy Marine
, high series honors and PDQ players. Bo"\\:1-;
TARPON I the same night. Manager John Shc-ckey said 1: SEAFOOD STEAKS OTHER DISHES

both counts was were the highest at a group' lireakfant 8 10 ajn. Lunch 11 a.m.p.m.. Dinner 3. .
CENTER wth a single of rolled on the local alley. '' pie
437 on Sunday. man was Wheeler of PDQ 'I' Drinks at the Liars Lounge Bar for thirsty seafarers

Tide TablesVENICE Farmer had a single of 197 and OPEN TO MIDNIGHT OR LATER
In the Men's of 568 I

former I
Farms lads
!Punta Rasa Correction)
Rich L.w way to the top on
Sit. Drs. 4 1:21 a.m. 9U t m. ing three in a
Pun., Drs. 3 2:10 a.m 10:4r ,m. Fuel. Come
loon.. 1)er. M 2:99 am. 11:as t TO.m. .
7B5 p.m. 10:29 p.mu This gave See
T D.... 1 4:1I0..m. 12:23 p.... against 8 losses, r"J
7:50..m. In'second place FLORIDA
WrJ. D... a SU '. 12:26 '.mm. and I unhappy A REAL OurPalrnetto
9:09 ... 1:06: p.mI
Green's Fuel third
Ilinr. 11 9 A:SOT'ri. a.m 1:55 a m.
*33 p.m. 1:45 II m.i The radio boys got
., DM. In _.:U. m. :D7..m. sition by taking Rodeo, (Land

-0-:50..m. t,2; p m. : Cowboyiin

Live Bait Saturday at the

High School In AND the
'-. Tackle '
er with Miss

1 All Types of Boats -- Coach Charley FISH FRY CreateitSporti

Available At Our Docks be techniques discussed.and of the

Old West!

Attention !

We are in a position to render the type rF BRONC RIDINGBULLDOGGING

YOU need because our policy is to W

sportsmen. !It t is not our intention to comp ."" CALF ROPING

drug hart':/are, paint, restaurant or : ffc55 t? HORSE WORKING


We Want You To Catch FOR CHILDREN

I-We will not be undersold and will :

competitive price in this locality y Fish Fry at Noon

2-If we do not have in stock what )' HORSE RACING ALL AFTERNOONMusic

we will get it for you. by Florida TroUbadon Cowhnj Bind

3 24 hour
or less service on o

REEL REPAIRS. Sponsored by Sarasota

4-Store hours effective December .S Fraternal Order of Eagles:

be 8:00: a.m. to 9.00 p.m. daily o

days and Holidays.Let's Dec. a
Starts 10a.m. Sunday,

{ Get Acquainted and AT

rx R & R Sporting Ox ,Bow Ranch

12 Miles East of Sarasota on
Across from Venice-Nokomis Bank
FruttyillfrMyaika ,City 4

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