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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1946
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00079934:00020
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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GULP COAST COMMUNITIES OF VENICE NOKOMIS 2961

LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD

NO. 17
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 26. 1946
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IF C. GRANTS Seven Join No-Vel I
DENTAL OFFICETO New Streamliners
FILM TO
Legion Post Here; I To Link Venice SHOW

ER LEAVE
Name CommitteesBoosting OPEN HEREIN
And Points NorthNow VENICE SPORTS


SECRETARYspecial ship total to the 61,charter seven more member-vet- NEAR FUTUREPlans on order, the finest pas- '

erans Joined No-Vel Post No. 159 senger trains ever built will ply FISHING SCENES J
of over Seaboard rails between New
meeting of the the American Legion at its' ,
meeting in of Dr. John York and both coasts of Florida
of directors of the Ven- Community hall, Ven- Yelvmg-
Highlighted of
(Ikomis Chamber of ince, last Monday night. ton, son of the well-known in the near future, it was announced Venice-docked boats by scenes

last The new members, who were pioneer Arcadia dentist, Dr. last week in Norfolk Va., engaging

erce Secretary Walter Thursday Ban the last to be accepted as charter E. J. Yelvington, to open a by L. R. Powell, jr., and Henry big in actual 1946 International fishing during the
dental W. Anderson, receivers for Tarpon
members of the recently organized office in Venice in the the
-
was granted two railway. Tournament, motion pictures
post, are: ,immediate future dis-
vacation and twos' were destined
to be shown tosportsmen's
closed Already able to obtain
The Rev. H. Maurlece Felton of this week.Dr. through f
[ leave of absence to clubs
throughout
Nokomis Yelvmgton who has Pullman accommodations to New
been
new pastor of the Ven-
om July 1 to Septemberboard York without the nation are being taken in
ice-Nokomis Methodist church practicing dentistry in Bradenton changing cars, via
; Venice and this week.
Levoid T. Parks, Englewood, and since his discharge from the army Seaboard, travelers from Venice vicinity
upon Sheehan's with thus will have unexcelled The film is being taken under
Raymond P. Duvall, Hubert the rank of major last spring, rail
endation, appointed Mrs. P. the direction of George F. Gibbs,
has leased transportation facilities
Kuykendall office in soon.
Jay Lumley Jr. space the Hol-
Os-
|Williams to serve as acting lywood To Be Tops Jr., of Philadelphia, who is acquir-
car R. Curry, and Fred D. Apartment-Hotel buildingon
ry of the Chamber of Com- man, all of Venice. Schllp- West Miami avenue. Carrying every worthwhile innovation ing the Venice Inlet property, and

| during that period. She Names Committees Remodeling work was started that has been developedby three friends who are visiting hereas

ep the Chamber office at Commander Thomas Wrede, Jr. this week to provide him with a the country's top-flight designers his personal guests.
,
ner of Venice avenue and announced the appointment of the modern dental office. The work is and engineers during the war They are Edward G. Zern, noted

miami Trail open from 130I : following committees: slated to be completed by next years when new trains could not free lance writer on fishing

I p.m. Monday through Fri- Membership Boyd Sharp week. be built, the new superspeederswill 'subjects, who came from his Tuck-

I each week. chairman: H a r 1 e v Whft..nfc..r, Dr. Yelvington's decision to locate represent the ultimate in ahoe, N. Y., home to enjoy fish-

Join CouncilVicePresident James Dempsey, Morris-Curry.:' here was seen as additional beauty, comfort, convenience and

i M. Cousins Finance Ralph G. Simpson, I recognition of the fact that Veniceis safety, the rail officials said. i STILL IN LEAD

ng in the absence of Presl- chairman; Frank Raeburn, Jud definitely destined for a steady, Outstanding features of the new Still In the lead In the race

S. Bowden, the directors Curwood, John A. Johnston. consistent growth that should Seaboard streamliners will include I to capture the 1946 Buick sedan

It also voted in favor of the House and entertainment make it one of the Florida Gulf "roomettes" with real beds, Instead offered is first prize In the International -

i-Nokomis Chamber of Richard H. Gedney, chairman; Coast's largest communities in the of berths; diesel-electric locomotives Tarpon Tournament,

erce joining, as a charterr Gerry Pestotnik, Lewis Blackburn, not-too-distant future. stainless steel and at Gondolier press time, was

the recently organized10west Paul Goldenstein. Also on Miami avenue, in the aluminum coaches, air-condition- Bill Hoffman of Sarasota and

Florida Council. Publicity Hayward Green, block between Nassau and Nokomis Ing, radios, commodious tavern his 124'/i-poiind' catch of two

organization will co-ordi- chairman; Frank Raeburn, Dick streets, the new garage being observation cars, and many other weeks igo.Among .

iromotional activities seeking Rich. opened by R. L. Potts and H. improvements designed to give the the largest of the

(id up this section of the Gulf Legal Oscar Anderson, chair- L. Stancil is fast being readied for (Continued on page 4) numeral tarpon taken off Venice

maintaining headquarters man; Carroll Williams, Tom Eddy. occupancy. Conversion of the Teal during the past week wit

npa, T. M. Wrede, tr. was Service H. P. Kuykendall, building into a modern garage, Post Office Box George Hige""'. HO'/a-pounder,

zed by his fellow directors chairman; Fred Nelson. with cement floor and set-back I Rentals Cost More which he boated lut Thursday

i the council's charter on be- Visiting Charles Wrede entrance, is slated to be completed morning while fishing with

f the local C.: of C. (chaplain), chairman. by July 15. Starting July 1 Cipt, Ruddy Ringo on the

Recalls Offeran Next meeting of No-Vel post In still another Miami avenue "Alibi." Hlgel alto got I 75-

recalled to the direcat will be held Monday night, July 8, development, in the same block, An increase in rental rates for pounder

at the time of his in Community hall. Mrs. A. L. Blalock and Mrs. Fred Venice post office boxes was announced The tourney's first prize, the
ap- NIISOIl arl rlnortld nr..nArlna tn this week by Mrs. Dorothy I Buick ledin wit taken on tour
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ent
as secretary SeptemberS
the board had accepted Second Half Play open a modern beauty salon soon Fields, local postmaster. The of 28 Florida cities, Including {
in the quarters formerly occupiedby increase is effective for the Quar- Jickionvllle, St. Petersburg and
fer
to take leave of absenceut
> In Bowling Loops the Venomin company, next ter beginning July 1. Tampa, during the put week.
pay during the if
summer door to the H. N. Wimmers real Small boxes, which have rent- Albert Moremen of Laurel
ances of the Chamber Gets Under
made WayPlay
[ estate office. ed for 45c per quarter, will be Shores drove the car on the 829-

len action asked necessary that or desirable in the second half of both Last week, too, Carl Smith raised to 60c; medium-sized boxes, mile tour and reported enthusiastic
he
be granted formerly 60c, will cost 75c and Interest In the local tarpon -
,
opened store
I of absence the men's and women's summer a paint teaturlngNuEnamel
without pay from the large boxes, previously 7Jc tourney wn aroused at
15 to bowling leagues got under way products, in the GulfTheatre ,
| September 15. will rent for $1 each point vinted. He was accompanied
this week at the Venice Bowla- building on West Venice per quarter.
*han then stated that he kade. avenue. Mrs. Fields explained that the on the four-day trip

I meet with the board early Increase is due to the fact that by Louis Blackburn and Dave +
In the women's league last
Igust and present a "Program Commissioners To Venice has now been a second- Rosenberg.I .
Monday night, the Palm Grill keg-
I
ttivities and Budget" for the lerettes took two of class post office for two years, I
out three fromVenice Sit As
fcg year based upon an active Equalization postal regulations calling for an in Florida waters for the first
Bay Trailer Park to tie
fiber with a full-time I automatic in box time Edwin T. Gaither,
secre- for first place with the NestlewoodGift Board Next Monday raise rental ratesin ; managerof
provided sufficient funds, such cases. the Iowa Soap company of
Shop. That team took two out
1 be raised, and an alternate Sarasota county commissioners Philadelphia and a photographer

I based upon the past year' of three games from Blackbuin'sService will sit as a tax equalization boardon Two of note, and Joseph T. Cowper-

l>ts, which were lower thanpen I Station. the 1946 tax roll next Mon- Local Realty thwait, also of Philadelphia and

estimated and would be Tonight the Venice Garagesquad day, July 1, at 10 a.m., in thecommissioners' Sales AnnouncedPurchase an enthusiastic sports fisherman.
winners of first half honors -
office at the
fictent. he said to coun-
finance
an Guides Cooperate
in the women's league, tangleswith court house. of the Copeland resi-
le ty
chamber with a-full-time Co-operating in the making of
ary the Venice Bowlakade team The board will sit to hear com- dence on Armada road, overlook-
the film, seven Venice-Nokomis
Men's league play started last plaints and receive testimony as ing the Gulf, by Francis and Kate
May morningput
Resign guides yesterday
early
night with Venice Laundry, first t to the value of any property, real D. Shinkle of Cincinnati, 0., and
whan out into the Gulf in their boatsto
[ asked that
it be
tmlood half leaders, meeting the Venice- or personal, as fixed by the county Watch Hill, R. I., was announcedthis
furnish actual tarpon-catching
that if it were impossibleise
Nokomis Bank keglers and the assessor of taxes, and to per- week. Negotiations were han- Two
for the motion
| sufficient funds, which Venice Food Shop five, tied for fect, review and equalize the assessment dled through Frank J. Caldwell of scenes pictute aboard
t used
be cameras were one
the case, he would, second place in first half play,, on the 1946 tax roll. the H. N. Wimmers real estate
Nathan Gold's "Jean" and the oth-
arily, tender his
resignation rolling against the new "Smitty'a"team. office.
Those unable to appear before aboard Buddy Ringo's "Alibi.
er
r I brief discussion, it was It was this latter squad, the board may file their complaint Wimmers also disclosed the sale Other guides and their boats

ed 1 to postpone further talk known as Lanier's Drugs duringthe by letter addressed to W. A. of 25 acres of land along the Ta- were: Lord Roberts, "Buddy";

unces until the August meetf first half play, that tied the Wynne, clerk of the board. miami Trail In the Laurel district Kenneth Higel, "Daybreak II";
> the directors. However, it Venice Food team for second place to B. B. Dunn.
Continued 4)
( on
page
I
generally agreed that the C. honor Conductor Boyd -

office should be kept open, Tomorrow, Thursday, night, in

>st part-time, during the sum- men's league play, La Tonda will Plans To Run SUBSCRIPTION ORDER

and that every effort should meet the Methodists and Higel'i For State SenateC.

>ade to raise sufficient fundsve Appliances will face the Baptists. VENICE GONDOLIER,

a Chamber of Commerce A. Boyd, Seaboard railroad P. O. Box 632,

[ and( secretary on a full-time, IMPROVING passenger conductor on the Ven- Venice, Florida.
e basis. ice-Tampa run, but a resident ofi
a Mrs. Frank Hunter of Nokomishas i Arcadia, has announced he plansto Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one
Actors present, In addition to i been confined to her bed with | enter the race for state senatorin

s, included J. T. Blalock, an infected ear but is reported to the Twenty-seventh district, to year ($2.50) or three months ($1) -
Hardin, fill the vacancy caused when Sen- (Check which)
George
Nigel, Clyde be improving. ator Wilbur C. King was nominated -
gel, and C. C. Lowe. for state railroad commission- (All subscriptions must be paid in advance)

RETURN HOME er.

ON VACATION Louise and Evelyn, sisters of The Twenty-seventh distrihct Name
. embraces DeSoto, Hardee, High-
and Mn. Charles King of Mn. D. P. Hunter, who have been lands and Glades counties. Boyd

mla left recently for an ex- visiting in Nokomis, have returnedto served as a representative in the Address

1 vacation in Dlinoli.: their home in Miami state legislature several years ago
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r them, but can't help mentioningtwo -the Big Manatee river east of I next Sunday after lour

VENICE GONDOLIER .we think are of more than Bradenton. service on the campy lita

passing interest First one was Mickey Keys of the local troop l1n and Edge were elected
"I do not agree with a word you say, but / will to the effect that consent of both returned from a week's stay at Order of the Arrow \

l,' J defend with my life your right to say it.VOLTAIRE parents must be given If a minor the camp the previous Sunday and ganization made up of boJi

+ Published every Wtdncidiy. Editorial and business office, Gulf wants to get a marriage license Eagle Scout Roland Franklin, also have demonstrated
4 Theatre Bldo.. Wetf Venice Ave.. Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 63Z. in Florida, unless said parents of Troop 28, is due to return home camping! ability,
: Telephone VENICE 2961. Branch office In Neitlewood Gift Shop, West have been divorced and the cus-

Venice Ave.Entered. tody was awarded to one parent -'

aa eecond-claie matter June 6, 1I4, at the post officeat In Florida, a boy under 18 I
+ at Venice Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1878. years of age and a girl under 16 SPECIAL! This Week Only

r Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; three months, $1. Classified must have parents' consent to
advertlilng rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 worda; 1 cent per word for marry Second opinion ruled,
each additional, word. regretfully, that there is nothing BEER TO TAKE OUT

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS _.____-. Editor and Publisher. under present state law to prevent
the sale of three per cent beer By The Bottle or By the Case
take any stitches and the youngster minor children. Watson

apparently suffered no per ed Sheriff Marshall R. Hayes to//

MULLIGAN manent ill effects. Santa Rosa county that while it CLUB LA TONDAVENICE

.
e e
I" unlawful to sell minors Intoxicating -
I Maybe reconversion Is being held liquors, the statutes define as
'l
up by strikes and other causes so intoxicating anything containing
/ That worried look on Ruth Kuykendali'i l
far as Industry is concerned, but more than 3.2 per cent of alcohol ,
face at the Bowlakade
night wasn't occasioned Uncle Sam Isn't waiting Mrs.I by weight "I agree with you -- -
Monday
4.j, -
Dorothy Fields, Venice post maser that the sale of beer to boys 14
half as much by the fact that her
was advised this week that the and IS years of age is an evil,"
Trailer Park team was taking a FLYCruise
licking from the Palm Grill keg- federal Civil Service System is Watson wrote to Sheriff Hayes,

lerette, and she couldn't bowl one now back on a peace-time basis "and I admire your desire to cor-

of her high games to help 'em Which means regular civil rect the same, but unfortunatelythere at 110 M.P.H. With Safety
service examinations for federal is no law against the sale
out (She can't bowl for a while Spin-Proof ERCOUPE
jobs have been resumed If of beer to such boys Easy to A
fore arm-doctor's orders), as It
STUDENT INSTRUCTION AIR
TAXI
you're interested, application tERVig
was by the disappearance earlier blanks and further informationmay J & J AIRCRAFT
that evening of her pet pooch, Venice Scouts Back INC.
be obtained from Mrs. Fields
Freckles." The Ku kendall
> AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE
E. B. McCracken, Venice From Summer Camp DEALERS
pet, a two->ear-old black-and-
+ painter. was. _awarded ,the .job.of VENICE 2551 P. O. Box 281
white female cocker spaniel! \anUned VENICE SARASOTA.
painting the Yen Ice.Nokomis nigh Raymond Edge of Troop 28,
from the Kuykendalls' Venice school this summer, the county Venice, last Sunday returned froma
Bay Trailer Park about 6
p. board of public instruction accepting two weeks' stay at Camp Filing
rR m.-Freckles" frequently liked -
his bid of $489.50 Irene Eagle, Boy Scout summer camp on
to swim In the bay, and Ruth
fears her pet may have met with Bailey of the Palm Grill Is backin I "A Home-Owned QUALITY Store"MEATS
town after a vacation toXew
trip
some mishap while engaging In
HAVE YOUR SEPTIC
that favorite sport Speaking of York Jfo city council GROCER!
Monday night at the Bowlakade, meetings will be held until either TANK CLEANED NOWFree I DEALER
Councilman George Botts or Councilman -
threeearold Robert Smith, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith, tooka H. S. Bowden get back Estimates BIRDS FRUITS
bad tumble while he was watch from their vacations so there'll I EYEFROSTED
ing the women's league gameswith be a quorum, says Mayor Clyde I Prompt Service
"'. Higel I FOODS VEGETABLESAUTHORIZED
his mother Struck the
I
back ot his head against the sharp VENICEPlumbing

edge of a platform and received Every week The Gondolier receives C. C. LOWE'S GROCERYVENICE

a nasty cut that bled profusely.., a digest of recent opinions ShopC. I

But "Doc" Thompson, back from by Attorney General Tom Watson PHONE 20t
"In Business 'In Venice For 18 Years"
his vacation trip, didn't have to Usually don't have room to print W. McKinney Phone 2401 I.


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a VENICE Invites You to Enter The World's Biggest

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Sponsored By Sarasota County Anglers' Club


Closing Date, July 31


FIRST PRIZE 1946 BUICK SEDANAlso

Palmer Trophy and Gold Medal


SECOND PRIZE $1,000 Victory Bond


"1f And Silver Medal


,. ;.A, OTHER PRIZES: LIGHT TACKLE DIVISION

1 FIRST PRIZE' :-.-S200.00 Victory, Bond and Gold Medd
i: t For WOMEN ANGLERS SECOND PRIZE:-$100.00 Victory Bond and silver new
THIRD PRIZE:-$50.00 Victory Bond and bronze medd
,! FIRST PRIZE' ,
for heaviest fish-$250.00 Victory, Bond
1 and gold medal MEDIUM TACKLE DIVISIONFIRST

SECOND PRIZE-$100.00: Victory Bond and silver PRIZE:-$200.00 Victory, Bond and gold M"
medal SECOND PRIZE:-$100.00 Victory Bond and silver I n""
THIRD PRIZE:-$50.00 Victory Bond and bronze mean!
For BOYS and GIRLS UNDER 16
,I
FIRST PRIZE-$200.00 HEAVY TACKLE DIVISION
Victory Bond and gold medal FIRST PRIZE:-4200.00 Victory Bond and gold row*
t SECOND PRIZE-$100.00: SECOND PRIZE silver mew
Victory Bond and silver medal :-$100.00 Victory Bond and
THIRD WM"
PRIZE-tISO.OO Victory Bond and bronze


I: Make VENICE Your Headquarters During the Tournament E s.

cellent
Hotel

.t> r i Accommodations And Guide Boats Available


Weighmaster On Duty Night and
Day At Venice Docks



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R. LAND COMPANY



Robert Baynard
VENICE
PRE 8 IDE I N T FLORIDA

"IN PHONES: OFFICE 3581 HOME 3323 Frank D. Roebuck

BUSINESS TO HELP BUILD .ALIIMA H O I R

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June 26, 1946 GONDOLIER
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NOKOMIS LODGE MM. H. E. Weitz

..DINING Week Day ROOM* Dinner -CHUHCHIS- Guest of HonorAt Apartment-Hotel HOLLYWOOD

a p. Sunday Dinner o I p. m. --. Stork ShowerMrs. Under New Management
,I p. m. s to 8 p. m. .FIRST 5 I to S.Room Apartments
Closed Mondays BAPTIST CHURCH VENICE.NOKOMIS METHODIST A. L. Blalock and Mrs. Rooms for Transients
Nassau at Miami Avenue CHURCHBay 3 Special' Summer Rates
I Venice Point, Nokomis Alice Lumley entertained with VENICE 15M
D. Campbell Crawford, Pastor H. Mauriec Felton, Minster
10 a.m. Bible Clan 10 a.m Sunday Sihool bridge and a stork shower In hon-
Ham. Morning tervlc 11 a.m. Morning Worship or of Mrs. H. E. Weltz last Thurs-
6:10 p.m. B.Y.P.U. 7 p.m. Young fellowship Group.
7'SO p.m. Evening service 7 10 p.m. Evening Service. day evening at Mrs. Blalock's
Wednesday. 7:JO p.m. Mid-meek Wednesday 7:JO p.m., Mid-week home on Ponce de Leon avenue. GULFTHEATRE
Y prayer service. prayer and song service.CHURCH .
Mrs. Weltz received numerous
VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH 0. GOD
Venice Avenue lovely gifts.
Gulf Theatre, Venice
Avenue
Venice Miss Dorothy Sue Davis of
Venice Rev C. D. Jernigan, Pastor
Hev. C. L. Islander Pastor 10 am. Sunday School. Lakeland sang several solos dur- VENICEBox
9:30: a.m. MaiaOSPREY 11 am Preaching
i 7'9(1 p.m. Preaching ing the evening. Refreshmentswere Office Opens 7 P. M.
Pint Show Starts 7:15 P. M.
BAPTIST CHURCH Service.Thursday, 7:3U: ( p.m., Young People's served by the hostesses.Mrs. Second Show Starts S.45 P. M. -
Rev Henry Johnson Pastor Arthur Davis won the MATINEE SUNDAY
ie 10 a m. Sunday School: Ham. IT MARK'S EPISCOPAL for Box Office Opens I P. M. t
odds CHURCH prize the highest
Morning score with
were service; I p m. B. T. U.I T Riviera St. and Palermo' Place Show Starts 9:16: P. M. y J
P. m. Evening service; Wednesday 7 the consolation
Veneila Park prize going to Mrs.
bout 25 to 1 p. m., prayer meeting ".45 am. Sunday SchoolWomen's Penny Hull. Guest prize was pre- "LEAVE WEDNESDAY HER JUNE TO It

against him! sented to Mrs. Davis. HEAVEN"Gene

"3'/i Blocks To The Beach"Gulf I Guests invited were: .
Toerne Cornet Wilde
Li odds were tacked heiv Summer Mts. Charles Wrede Mrs. Louis Jeanne Cram

'against Johnny that hf'd ViewApartments Bowling Siegel Mrs. George Botts Mrs. THURSDAY, JUNE 27

\ stage a comeback to per. LeagueSecond t Dale Weedman, Mrs. Ann Surls GIFT NIGHT
. health But no one ever Mrs. Walter B. Surls, Mrs. Penny

\Ight_ he'd but take he did up and bowling just 3 Room and Bath ( Half) I Hull, Mrs. Arthur Davis, Mrs. T. FRIDAY JUNE SATURDAY.110.

|lm TotalW L. Thompson, Mrs. Ben Birdsong "RIDERS OF THE
SUMMER RATES '
nowlVenice : L Pin i Mrs. T. M. Wrede. Jr., Mrs. Gerald SANTA FE"
$50 MONTHP.
Palm Grill ......._... 2 1 1654 Pestotnik, Mrs. Kenneth Higel, Rod Cameron Fuzzy Knight

BowlakadeOPEN O. B -x603, Veniceor Nestlewood ......... 2 1 1595 Mrs. Smythe Brohard, Mrs. SUNDAY JUNE SO.JULY MONDAY I

Trailer Park ....... 1 2 1644
Thomas S. Eddy, Mrs. Ralph Simpson "TOO YOUNG TO
[ 1 P. M. DAILY
Phone Venice 2961It'
Blackburn's ... ...... 1 2 1555
Results last Monday night: Palm Mrs. William Tyson, Mrs. J. KNOW"

Grill defeated Venice Bay Trailer W. Ponder, Jr., Mrs. Frank Rae- Joan Leslie Robert Hutton

Park, 2 to 1; Nestlewood Gift Shop burn, Mrs. Fred Nelson, Mrs. TUES.,JULY WED.2.3.4"ZIEGFELD THURS.
Smart to Look Your Best
defeated Blackburn's Service Station Charles Surls Mrs. H. N. Wim- FOLLIESOF

Fashion dictates a well-groomed look, fresh 2 to 1.
mers, Mrs. Albert Moremen, Mrs. 1946"DELICIOUS 14
clear skin, smooth unchipped nails shining,
Tonight at 8 Bowlakade
p.m., In Technicolor
look Alexander and Mrs. C. C.
orderly hair. Of course you want to your Murphy All-Star Cut
best! And it's discover alleys, Venice Garage vs. Venice
t easy once you our tip Lowe. f
., to toe beauty treatment for summer loveli Bowlakade.

r ness. It Includes a facial, manicure, cream NW V'e: .YYYY.. .iY_.-.....W. .-. ................-.-........-.WMY-.-.......--. ........
shampoo and set for only $4.75. Call 2603 for M.+ .iN..h.1+ AAAA + AA..MA.A.A.A..A. M. .A..1.M..AA. Ate.r

\ an appointment. CLASSIFIEDADS f ]

ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP FROZEN
: SUMMER DRINKSDaiquiri .:

at Office Arcade Venice (lo a word first M words, lo each : '* :
Temporarily Closed Monday and Thursday additional, word. Minimum charge,
15o. Cash with Ad. Special rates : Frozen :
for more than one Insertion of the

game .d.) : . 40c ;:
i
A Privilege to Live In FloridaA WANTED : The Favorite Island Drink :

: Coconga 50c :
.
Distinction to Live In Venice j
WANTED . ,.
: "With the Flavor of a Fretted Milk
Houses and
Buildings Shake and the Kick of a Missouri Mule" .
H. N. WIMMERSRealtor OF ALL TYPES :

To Move or Wreck : SMITTY'S TAVERN :

Phone 2682, THOS. J. McNEIL, sF'a AND PACKAGE STORE
On the Trail, at Venice Av. Venice d
Inquire Club La Tonda, Venice .
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VENICE FLORIDA .; ;!. ;: ...

Where the Ttmlaml' Trail Meet the Open Gulf

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For RentFurnished : THE NEW REYNOLDS "400" PEN

TrailersCool *
Guaranteed To Write At Least
and Comfortable :
4 Year Without Refilling
f Hot Water at All Times :
Free Use of Rowboat ea

SUMMER RATES LOOKING FOR
$15" to $35 a Month
$5! to $10 a Week
TOYS OR OTHER GIFTS
.' 35x50 PARKING SPACES :

..... Electrical and Water Connection
$2 Week M Month FOR A YOUNGSTER?
On the Tamiami Trail. Between
enice Bay Trailer Park Venlee, A Nokomis Phone 2592
We Have Game, Books Paint and
VAVn;! 7 3 Crayon Set, Various Toy and Many
Other Item Sure To Please/ Any
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\ VENICE ItjOhiDOLILR Wednesday, June
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to ask Mr. Wright to keep III .dvised .

'1'I Mrs. Jack Duke down her as to weather WOODARIW

TO .SHOW Honored With LETTERS conditions up North eo w. can LUNCHEON'
with the) folk up there, .
sympathize BIO,. ..
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I SPORTS Bridal ShowerA to theEDITOR who Item to already have the heat

in honor of and hurricane condition to con Doullr.Ice .
bridal shower
we'llbear
tend with. Seriously, though, ClqIlloill
Mrs. Jack Duke (nee Georgette Gondolier will b. In mind.
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1 (Notes The Mr. Ws suggestion
Interest
t I FISHING SCENES Williams) was given at Duke' gIld to when print, go letters and of If general space POPmite. bal
Grill in Nokomis last Monday eve- Pl.... "..will not .con.Ndered. DEATH
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t& with Mrs. George Higel, Jr., Anonymous I.tt. .
ning, If the writer desires
Continued from Page 1) However
j ( or Dear Mr. Williams:
; r1 as the hostess. to have only his initials 81dI
I Bruce Rigby, "18P581"; Herbert included Mrs. om U plum, such as "A Rt.dpublit".d. will- Please mention the death of Mr.
attending Gondolier
I Those er." The I
Blackburn, "Dianne"; Spenser James T. Duke, Miss Bma Moore, bt happy to oblige.) ,James Harrison on June 18 at his

I Blackburn, "Richardson." The :Mrs. Carl Obendorf, Mrs. Charles home in Ferguson, Missouri.He .

I Palmer private yacht, "Miss Fort Wrede Mrs. Herbert Hanchey, WEATHER and Mrs. Harrison, who is

M>'ers." also Joined the party. Mrs. Ralph Higel, MM. A. H. Harn, Editor GondolierDear our cousin, were in the house nextto

Venice Inlet Shown :Mrs. E. W. Driggers, Mrs. Steve Sir: ours last winter,-their third in GENTLE REMIND)!

Earlier in the week, Gibb and ,Deans, Mrs. J. K. Hill; for $2.50 Venice-and were wellknownand
is check
his friends shot numerous scenes Mrs. Walter Blackburn, Mrs. Enclosed my popular residents. His death No. 2

I of scenic Venice bay, including George Higel, sr., Mrs. Reginald covering one year's subscriptionfor will be felt by all of us. He had
Gondolier.We .
activities at Venice Inlet, which Zeigler, Mrs. A. E. Blackburn, the been in tailing health for some
11'' he plans to convert into an outstanding :Mrs. Jennie Chenault, Mrs. Arthur enjoy reading your little time.
f the days go byit
sheet and trust as
sports fishing center. Davis, Mrs. K. R. Higel, Mrs. R. Sincerely yours,
I C.bbs already has been granted JC. Larsen, Mrs. A. ;'Murphy; will increase in size and volume. Laura R. Mohun

I tentative permission by the city :Mrs. T. S. Eddy, Mrs. A. L. Bla- May I suggest that many of your

council for rezoning of the Inlet lock Mrs. F. R. Nelson, Mrs. D. subscribers who live elsewhere BIRTHDAY PARTY

property to permit establishment F. Moore, Mrs. M. Cousins, :Mrs. 'during the summer would doubtless -
Mrs. H. A. Beach and Mrs.
cf commercial docks and a storeat C. V. Higel, Mrs. J. S. Wilkinson, appreciate a brief resume each
the crash boat base and to erect :Mis. Harry Beach, Mrs. H F. week as to the weather conditionsin George Higel, who) is the former's

a large apartment-hotel and res- Blackburn, Mrs. H. E. Duke, Mrs.H. your territory. niece, were guests of honor at a

taurant on a site bordering the J. Harn, and Mrs. George A. 1 I am confident that such infor- luncheon last Sunday at Wood- To get better service
ard'i at which 18 members of the tronl
Gulf beach Just south of the jet- Williams. mation would be satisfying and car this summer, let ui ttl;
ties. Others sending gifts included: helpful to many of us; conduciveto family were present. Mrs. Beach and tune-up your motor
Lanier Mrs. Gertrude and Mrs. Higel share June 23 as a This" Inexpensive job wllli,
Mrs. Tom
Gibbs explained the motion pic- sympathy for those of you who the
you
which will for about Lanier, Mrs. H. E. Weltz, Mrs. J. birth date. Inconvenience f
ture, run endure (yet seem to Lke) the hot trouble liter on, and will
half an hour is designed to pub- A. Hightower, Mrs. R .E. Fields, Florida summers; allaying our your ear better accelerititi

licize the entire Venice area, with Mrs. C. C. Lowe, Mrs. Michael fears when later on, we read of It todiy. It dOesn't take logyBLACKBURN'S

particular emphasis being laid Evans; possible ravages by Caribbean Dye Apartment
upon the outstanding fishing advantages Mrs. Elma Mansberger Miss
I hurricanes, in our local papers. West Venice Ave. et Ne*..u ...
here. Louise Coffin, Mrs. George Surls, John P. Wright, VENICE SERVICE STATION

Zi'rn whose justpublishedbook Mrs. Penny Hull, Mrs. Albert The Weirs, N. H. $35 to $45, Furnished Tamiarni Trail and Will
:Moremen Mrs. Tom Wrede, sr.
Avenue
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"To Hell With Fishing, illustrated (Editor's Note: Frankly, w. Phone 27U
by the noted cartoonist, Mrs. G. J. Montgomery, Mrs. J.I dun no whit to report. It', beenw.rm Mrs. B. J. Dye Manager VENICE
D. Woodard, Mrs. Alice Lumley,
H. T. Webster, is already a best here, with showers some 1-
Mrs. W. B. Surls, and :Mrs. W. F.
teller, plans to write one or more Higel. days although nobody teems to
bother even donning a ralncoi
articles based on his current trip
But In this morning's Tampa Tribune *
,j' to Florida. SEABOARDContinued w. read .n Associated Press She walks In Beauty!

( from Page 1) story that started out: "Scattered -
You recognize that of
type person nchl
traveler the most delightful trip but damaging storms continued y
he ever took. striking yesterday as heavy rains away she isn't looking lovely on jut
FRYERS! FRYERS !
Word of the new streamliners and cooler air overspread much of \ special occasions, but every day in tilt

Vea. We Have Lots of Them was brought to Venice this week the Midwest and East In the wakeof week. There if no short cut t tl Beauty;III
I by Paul W. Harris Seaboard'sSarasota the season's first extended heat
LIVE OR DRESSEDCall constant care, following a faithful ritual
city passenger agent, who wave, And the story winds up: I
Ul
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And this is easy to do at Palm Beauty Shop,
conferred with Harry S. Smith, "The break In the heat way W.I.ccomp.nled
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VVE DELIVER ON Quality work, alwayi.
Thursdays, Friday, Saturdays local agent. by a tornado near
Detroit which killed 14 persons,
Phone 2971 for an appointment
LAUREL SHORES VISITING MOTHER Injured more than 200, and caused :

Poultry FarmAt Ethel West, a teacher in the property damage of several Palm Beauty Shop

the Moremtn Plict. Jut Off j I Jacksonville schools, visiting her hundred thousand dollars." As we VENICE
The Trail, .? Mm. North ef mother. :Mrs J. P. Icard, at the said, we dunno. Maybe we ought
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