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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: July 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 )
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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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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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VENICE NOKOMIS Phone 2961
GULF COAST COMMUNITIES OF
LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


,140.21 FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1048 PRICE FIVE CENTS



i E NUMBER New County Committee NominationEditor NO-VEL LEGIONNAIRES WILL

Gondolier


WILL BE Venice I nominate, Fla STAGE BIG CELEBRATION AT



Y MONDAY to represent VENICE BEACH ON LABOR BAYA

on the committee to investigate all phases of the "new county"

proposal.

I showing the new Yen- Name big Labor Day celebration on the beach at Venice, fea-

use numbering system turing an old-fashioned fish fry, aerial exhibitions, swimmingand

I by the city council at AddrellrNew boat races and a full day's program of fun and festivity,

| meeting, will be on dis- will be staged Monday, September 2, by No-Vel Post No. 159
of the American Residents of
Legion. not only southern Sara-
.
_rting next Monday atfie County' CommitteeTo sota county, but ot nearby com-"

city clerk's office in munities as well, will be invited.A .
U. S. To
hall and at the office dance in the evening may top Engineers

Venice-Nokomis Cham- Be Named Next WeekAs off the celebration, said Boyd Hold Venice Bay .

Sharp, vice-commander of No-Vel
Commerce.
endorsements of the "new idea post and general chairman of the
f-town property owners county" continued to come celebration committee. Hearing Sept. 12A

I to know the street num- into the Gondolier office this week, plans to create an unofficial citi

ned to their property may zens' committee to Investigate all phases of the proposal got under For Building Fund public hearing on the pro-
Decision to stage the fish fry posed construction of channels
I this Information by turn- way. Members of the committee are slated to be named next week.
block was reached at last Monday night'smeeting leading from Casey's Pass (Venice
their lot and num-
In order to insure fair '-
as a
rep- of the post in Communityhall
Mrs. Helga Roess- Inlet) into both Dona and Roberts
either resentation as possible, It was decided -
with the Legionnaires also
|city clerk, or Mrs. Helens Tarpon Tourney (Venice) bays, as far inland as the
to ask residents and
prop- deciding that proceeds of this af-
Tamiami Trail, will be held by
acting secretary of the of the southern Ends Next Week
erty owners sec-
; fair, and all other moneyraisingevents the U. S. Engineers in Venice at

tion of Sarasota county from 1241/2-Pounder LeadsWith sponsored by the post, shall 10 a. m., Thursday, September 12.
Voice Approval
Osprey to Englewood ta
sug-
be divided 75 per cent to the post'sbuilding The hearing will be presided
Lion of the numbering sys- gest men or women to serve on
five to fund and 25 cent for
only more days go per over by Major Blase Nemeth of
ught numerous approving the Investigating committee Sarasota Interna- its general fund.Commander .
in the county Jacksonville, acting district engineer -
nts this week, especially Using the coupon above, read- tional Tarpon Tournament, chancesof Thomas N. Wrede, .
de-
erchants who furnish a
ers are asked to send such nom the leader Bill Hoffman
current
Jr., appointed Sharp and the post's
ervlce from Duvall Boone, Major Nemeth this week notified
; inations in
to the Gondolier
of Sarasota to capture the
entertainment and finance com- H. S. Bowden, president of the
green's Fuel manager, and
If it is desired to make
promptly. (
1946 Buick sedan offered for
mittees to handle details of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Com-
vho have been handicappedold
more than one nomination, sim-
of "yougothis first prize appeared brighter and celebration. Sharp said a meetingof merce, of the hearing time and
system
write the and addressesof
ply names
blocks brighter. the group will be held early fcsked Bowden to arrange for a
two
street ; the nominees another sheetof '
on Hoffman's 124%-pound fish, next week to map out plans.At suitable place in Venice in whichto
ght; then-left-you-know- paper and send it along with several weeks still
caught
| old Zilch-house-is? ago the last Legion meeting, hold the meeting. Bowden will
the the coupon)
boated dur-
ranks as the heaviest
Commander Wrede announced announce the hearing site next
itwohousesontherightTe. A sincere effort is being madeto
ing the tourney.
I that Richard Gedney had resignedas week.
.
create a committee that will be Yesterday, however, Robert M.
post adjutant, due to pressureof (Continued on page 4)
ented Gerry Pestotnik, not only representative of all dis- 'Mosey"' Walpole of Sarasota private business affairs and his

[ police: "The police depart- tricts concerned, but will have the edged into second place which absence from the city. Wrede will Clearwater FlyersTo

|certainly welcomes the confidence of the majority of pays off a $1,000 Victory bond,
in the
appoint a new adjutant near
Not only will it enable us those who live or own propertyin with a catch weighing 117% future. Visit Venice

t t people more easily, but it this area.Principal pounds. His tarpon topped the Paying a good-will visit to Ven-
to tasks of the committee second-place catch of
elp us respond more previous
Venice Man One ice, about 12 planes from the
to calls for assistance. I will be to: 116 ft pounds, brought in several I Clearwater Aero club will land at !

r it to be especially help- 1. Gather facts and figures and weeks ago by Robert R. Snodgrassof Of 14 Killed In the Fred H. Albee Memorial Airport

veryone this winter, whenbe (Continued on page 4) Atlanta, Ga. Plane CrashOnly here next Sunday morning,
a lot of visitors here." Army weather permitting

Even On Rightin a few days after he had Betty Wickman and Robt. Word,

most of the businessthe NEW COUNTY NAME SUGGESTIONSNAME left his wife and two-year-old son representatives of the club, came

numbers progress by here in Venice before reporting for to Venice last Tuesday to confer
Suggested by
cause of the narrowness of an overseas assignment, First with Floyd Joyner of J. and J.

Continued on page 4) Palm.......""..?".".............G. L. (Kin) Kincaid, Lieutenant Kenneth E. Richardsof Aircraft concerning the flight, as

Venice. this city met death last weekin well as to make arrangementswith

pee Man Jailed Roosevelt.....""................Mrs. J. P. Icard, an army plane crash near Good- Woodard's Luncheonette for
land, Kans. He was one of 14 men breakfast for the group of 20 flyers -
Nokomis.
orals Chargelistening who lost their lives ,hen the plane Several local aviation enthusi-

Wrede................................ Mrs. E. Merle West, went down in flames during a asts are expected to attend the
to the story of 1549 Atlantic Boulevard, thunderstorm.Mrs. breakfast and welcome the Clear-

-year-old Venice girl, Chief Jacksonville. Richards did not receive water party to Venice.

ice Gerry Pestotnik last named for one of the oldest settlers." word of the tragedy until last
arrested Walter Carleton

| St. Augustine avenue, on, Newton or Shark..__..Mrs. Lula Kennedy, Monday difficulty, due in to identifying war department victimsof No Limit on
Nokomis.
'i charge.ed the crash. She was not advised Number of Names

In the county Jan Carle- Veneia."""..""....."".......Elizabeth H. Devins, as to details of the accident, other
ubsequently Court House, Ohio. contest to
the
was formally Washington than that it occurred 10 miles from Persons entering
fl by State Attorney Clyde select a name for the new beauty
of Brotherhood.........."........Mrs Jennie Chenault, Goodland on the night of July 18.
I Sarasota with "attempta salon to be opened soon on Miami
Venice. She and her son, Kent, left by
felony. The Isped Lucile Blalock and
case I plane Tuesday for Cleveland, Ohio, avenue by

to come up In circuit I Lev n............................._.A. H. Harn, to which city Lieutenant Richards' Trixie Nelson may submit as many

pext November. Carleton ispeld Laurel. sent for burial. names as they desire, Mrs. Blalock
body was
in the county jail, with "Made up of the initial letter of each com- and Mrs. Nelson announced this

"I set at $1,500. munity in the area" Well.Known Here week.
The officer was well-known in
n, who came here sevenths As disclosed in their advertise-
ago from Wisconsin Gulf View.. .............."....J. J. Murphy, Venice, having served as an Instructor ment in last week's Gondolier, the
228 Cayuga Street, at Venice Army Air Field
chased a home on St.ne winner of the contest, which closes
St. Paul, Minn. for three during the war.
years
avenue only recently, August 15, will be awarded a $15
he had been stationed -
More recently
ie child Into his house last Riviera.........._......."".......Penny Hull, permanent wave. Name sugges-
at Biggs Field, El Paso,
y, Pestotnik declared. The Venice. tions should be mailed to "Con-

I, informed by her daughter "I believe Venice was so named becausethe Texas, although Mrs. Richards and test," Box 204, Venice.j .
remained here at the Arcadiann
I the same city
incident resembled
made a complaint coast line here
road home the family purchasedtwo
t Carleton the following day. in Italy." years ago. Tide Tables


Higel._...... _..".."......,,..Ethel Icard, Ordered to Kearns, Utah, for assignment VENICE INLET

Nokomis. overseas, Lieut. Richardscame .(Punts Rasa Correction)

eatheR Novel ".__..?.._........-.Mrs. M. Fay Myers, to Venice early ths; monthon Sat., July 27..11:10..m.:High 7:13 Low p.m.
leave to visit his family, including -
Venice. Sun.. July 28.__ an ..m. 1:30 P.M-
r'RATURC* RAINFALL his mother, Mrs. Harry Moss, 13:01 p.m. 7:67 p.m.

High Low Inches Komsee......."....""......._Mrs. B. E. Bowen, I who since has returned to her lIIon., July 29.. ..... 3:06: a.m. 6:26: a.m.
8:39
Iy recorded. .0.81 12U: p.m. p.m.
_81 70..0.00 Nokomis. home in Philadelphia He left here Tu.. July 30.... 3 SO..m. 7:22: a.m.

-. ..__.8a "_0.0 (NOTE: Inasmuch as Richard H. Gedney, Venice real estate July 13. 1:42 p.m. 9:16: p.m.
.. "the most suitable" name for the Wed., July 31._.. s.n a.m. S:18: a.m.
,___ss 79-0.00 man who offered $25 as a prize for from his vacationSXbou In addition to his wife, Gall, 1:30: p.m. 9:48: p.m.

-II 7s._0.00 new county, is not expected continue to return to be accepted until that and son, and his step-father and Thurs.. Au,. 1._ 4:15: a.m. .:20..m.
-,_ 74-0.00 August 15, entries will S:11 p.m. 10:11 p.m.
-- -_... .(0II 71.UO date. Just mail your suggestion in to The Gondolier, P. O. Box w, mother, he leaves a brother, Rob- FL, Au,. 11-- 4:85: ..m. 10:20: ..M.
-_ T&010s Venice.) ert Richards, of Cleveland, Ohio- 4:15: p.m. 10:47 p.m. .

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( Page 4 VENICE GONDOLIER Friday,Jul,

of $3.50. Under the "optional" rate warned to get their building permits AGREE ON PRICE

d Water Rates set forth in detail In the Water at least 24 hours before work In Tallahassee last week !* Blocks TO The hedf

advertisement on Page is started, or they face having the D'Alemberte, purchasing
(Continued from Page 1) Department Gulf
the lower "optional" rate will three of this week's issue of the work stopped, with resultant Inconvenience for Florida institutions, View
gallons as well as having to that he and federal Apartment
boost water consumption and thus Gondolier, the 10,000 .
would cost only $3.Further I pay a double fee. agents had agreed on a
add to the water department'srevenue. 3 Rooms
Savings Bigger Job $11,200( for about $60,000 and Bath
I that some Venice hospital war."I
reported army
also
Illustrating the saving that couldbe As.usage Increased, further sav- Ide SUMMER 4TU
e taken out permits desired by the state. The
have
affected by signing up for the ings would result, inasmuch as the persons $50 :
work, "and used by the MONTHP.
worth of ment was
for $1,000
"optional" rate, they pointed out, charge per 1,000 gallons, over the I "
a person who used 10,000 gallonsof 10,000-gallon figure, would be then gone ahead with $5,000 job. the old Florida Medical O. Box-6037 Venlot

water per month on one con- only 15c per 1,000 under the "op- The council authorized him to here while Venice Army Air or
Phone
nection would pay, under the reg- tional" rate, as compared to 25c start immediately stricter enforce- was in operation during the Venice 2}"|
ular rates, $2 for the first 4,000 under the old rate. ment of the building regulations.R. .

i gallons und 25 cents for each of In connection with the building Sugden Tilley was asked by

the next 6,000 gallons, or a total permit situation, Hiram R. Ide, the council to submit a detailed ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSIC -
concerning possible institu-
recently appointed city building plan
tion of a retirement system, as 325 Laurel St., Sarasota Groveland Ave, Vnle I
inspector, told the council:
well as better pay, for city employes -- -....
Dye Apartments "During the last week, I\e had
after he had submitted a
r e Wilt Venice Av*. >t Nassau St. to go out and Jack up several parties -
{
+ letter urging the city to do some-
J VENICE who have done considerablework
-
.
$35 to $45, Furnished thing along this line.C.
without taken out
Phone 2715 having L. Dodd, consulting engineerof

Mrs. 6. J. Dye, Manager permits. Sarasota, was asked to meet
\ I 'I think everyone should be FREE !
with the council August 5 to dis-

cuss fees due him.
-

A Privilege to Live In FloridaA Aldens to Build
A $15 PERMANENT WAVE
Distinction to Live In Venice On Circuit RoadWith

" For a Name for Our New
H. N. WIMMERS Clyde V. Higel, Venice
contractor In charge, work on a Beauty Salon, To Be
Realtor one-story concrete block residencefor
; y Captain C. S, Alden on Circuit Opened Soon on Miami

road, Nokomis, is due to start as
VENICE FLORIDA Avenue.
soon as materials can be obtained.

Where the T.ml.ml Trail Meets the Open Gulf Captain and Mrs. Alden are

are now residing at the Gulf View CONTEST CLOSES AUGUST 15
j in
apartments Venice. They recently -

-- --- -- purchased the Nokomis
"'HUIIIlIIlIlIIIt property, which has a 400-foot Person Submitting the Best Name (in the opinioi

I For Sale frontage on Circuit road and runs of the judges, whose decision shall be final) [
to the Inland Waterway.
Electrolux will be given a $15 Permanent Wave Order,

VACUUM CLEANER-With Attachments tp 4 9e5U RATE INCREASE
Bendlx DeLuxe Western Union telegraph rateson

. rx" HOME LAUNDRY $142.50 intrastate messages will Increase -

+ I' Drop.Leif Table, 4 Chain Conn 10 per cent, starting at 12.01 MAIL YOUR NAME SUGGESTION TO -

BREAKFAST SET Newly Refinished a, m. tomorrow, Mrs. H N. Wim-
*

Venice Salvage StoreCor. mers, Venice agent, was notified "Contest", Box 204, Venice, Fla

yesterday. A similar boost
pre- Lucile Blalock Trlxli Nilm
Nassau and Miami
VENICE viously had been put into effectin
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WEST MENENDEZ STREET


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8 ATTRACTIVE, NEWLY FURNISHED AND


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d Each Unit Contains Living Room, Bedroom (Twin beds)
h Dinette, Kitchenette and Bath

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i w 3 Blocks to Business Section


o 2 Blocks to Tourist Entertainment and Shuffleboard Courts




Rates and Further Details Upon Request


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VENICE LAND COMPANY





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P R I I Frank D. Roebuck
PHONES: OFFICE 8581
HOME 8328
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LAUREL OSPREY ENGLEWOOD


FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1846 PRICE FIVE CENTS
.


[USE NUMBER Gondolier New County Committee NominationEditor NO-VEL LEGIONNAIRES WILL



IPSJILL BEEADY Venice I nominate, Fla STAGE BIG CELEBRATION AT



MONDAY to represent VENICE BEACH ON LABOR BAYA

on the committee to Investigate all phases of the "new county"
propoial.

apS showing the new Yen- Name big Labor Day celebration on the beach at Venice, fea-

house numbering system Address'New turing an old-fashioned fish fry, aerial exhibitions, swimmingand

Kpted by the city council at boat races and a full day's program of fun and festivity,

will be on dis- will be staged Monday, September 2, by No-Vel Post No. 159 t
last meeting, of the American: Legion.! Residents not only of southern Sara-

starting next Monday atKh County' CommitteeTo sota county, cut 01 nearby communities -.

the city clerk's office In as well, will be invited.A .
U. S. To
E city hall and at the office dance in the evening may top Engineers

the Venice-Nokomis Cham- Be Named Next WeekAs off the celebration, said Boyd Hold Venice Bay

Sharp, vice-commander of No-Vel
m Commerce.
Kut-oMown of property owners endorsements of the "new county" idea continued to come post and general chairman of the Hearing Sept. 12A
I celebration committee
Kiring to know the street numB Into the Gondolier office this week, plans to create an unofficial citi

assigned to their property maylain :zens' committee to Investigate all phases of the proposal got under' For Building Fund public hearing on the pro-
'I Decision to stage the fish fry
construction of channels
posed
this information by furn- way. Members of the committee are slated to be named next week.
was reached at last Monday night'smeeting leading from Casey's Pass (Venice
lot and block num- .
their In order to insure fair
m( as a representation -
of the in
E Mrs. Helga RoessBde post Communityhall Inlet) into both Dona and Roberts
to either as possible, it was decided -
clerk, or Mrs. Helen Tarpon Tourney with the Legionnaires also (Venice) bays, as far inland as the
city to ask residents and prop- /
deciding that proceeds of this affair
-
Tamiaml Trail, will be held by
[!hams, acting secretary of the erty owners of the southern section Ends Next Week ; and all other
moneyraisingevents the U. S. Engineers in Venice at

of C. Voice Approval! of Sarasota county from 1241/2.Pounder LeadsWith sponsored by the post, shall 10 a. m., Thursday, September 12.
Osprey to Englewood tl suggest -
be divided 75 per cent to the post'sbuilding The hearing will be presidedover
Adoption of the numbering sys- men or women to serve on
only five more days to go fund and 25 per cent for by Major Blase Nemeth of

Bi Bnments brought numerous approving the Investigating committee in the Sarasota county International its general fund.Commander Jacksonville, acting district engineer -

this week, especiallym Using the coupon above, read- Tarpon Tournament, chancesof Thomas N. Wrede .
merchants who furnish a deBery ers are asked to send such nominations I the current leader Bill Hoffman
-
jr., appointed Sharp and the post's
service from Duvall Boone,, Major Nemeth this week noti-
; in to the Gondolier
I of Sarasota to capture the entertainment and finance committees fied H. S. Bowden, president of the ;
Fuel andRen
Kal Green's manager If it Is desired to make
promptly. (
1946 Buick sedan offered for i
to handle details of the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Com-
who have been handicappedthe more than one nomination, sim-
first prize appeared brighter and celebration. Sharp said a meetingof merce, of the hearing time and
of
old "you-go-
system ply write the names and addressesof
brighter. the group will be held early asked Bowden to arrange for a
Iwn this street two blocks;, the nominees on another sheetof
Hoffman's 124',4-pound fish, next week to map out plans. suitable place In Venice in whichto
In-right then-left-youknowere and send it with
; paper along weeks still
old ZilchhouseiaTU caught several ago, At the last Legion meeting, hold the meeting. Bowden will
the the )
coupon
boated dur-
ranks as the heaviest
Commander Wrede announcedthat announce the hearing site next
it'i-two-houses-on-the-rlght- A sincere effort is being madeto
ing the tourney.
Rt-there." Richard Gedney had resignedas week.
create a committee that will be however Robert M.
Yesterday, ,
post adjutant, due to pressureof (Continued on page 4))
ommented Gerry Pestotnik, not only representative of all dis- "Mosey" Walpole of Sarasota private business affairs and his

ef of police: "The police departnt tricts concerned, but will have the edged Into second place which absence from the city. Wrede will Clearwater FlyersTo

certainly welcomes thelange confidence of the majority of pays off a $1,000 Victory bond,
appoint a new adjutant in the near
Not only will it enable us those who live or own propertyin with a catch weighing 117 ft future. Visit Venice

I direct people more easily, but it this area.Principal pounds. His tarpon topped the Paying a good-will visit to Ven-
11 1 to tasks of the committee second-place catch of
help us respond more previous
from the
Venice Man One ice, about 12 planes
lickly to calls for assistance. IK'k will be to: 116',2 pounds, brought in several Clearwater Aero club will land at

for it to be especially helpto 1. Gather facts and figures and weeks ago by Robert R. Snodgrassof II Of 14 Killed In the Fred H. Albee Memorial Air;

everyone this winter, when (Continued on page 4) Atlanta, Ga. Plane CrashOnly port here next Sunday morning,
ltre'11 be a lot of visitors here. Army weather permitting"

I Even On Right a few days after he had Betty Wickman and Robt. Word,

while in most of the business NEW COUNTY NAME SUGGESTIONS left his wife and two-year-old son representatives of the club, came

vtrict the numbers progress by here in Venice before reporting for to Venice last Tuesday to confer

os, because of the narrowness of .NAME Suggested by an overseas assignment, First with Floyd Joyner of J. and J.

I (Continued on page 4) Palm.........._....................G. L. (Kin) Kincaid, Lieutenant Kenneth E. Richardsof Aircraft concerning the flight, as
Venice. this city met death last weekin well as to make arrangementswith

enice Man Jailedn Roosevelt...........................Mrs. J. P. Icard, an army plane crash near Good- Woodards Luncheonette for t i
land, Kans. He was one of 14 men breakfast for the group of 20 fly-

Morals ChargeAfter Nokomis. who lost their lives "when the plane ers. Several local aviation enthusi-

Wrede.........................._.... Mrs. E. Merle West, went down in flames during a ,asts are expected to attend the
listening to the story of 1549 Atlantic Boulevard, thunderstorm. breakfast and welcome the Clear- I ,

en-year-old Venice girl, Chief Jacksonville. Mrs Richards did not receive I water party to Venice.

I Police Gerry Pestotnik last named for one of the oldest settlers." word of the tragedy until last

i|>day of St.arrested Augustine Walter avenue Carleton, on, Newton or Shark......._..Mrs. Lula Kennedy, Monday difficulty, due in to Identifying war department victimsof No Limit on
'
morals charge. Nokomis. the crash. She was not advised Number of Name

[Lodged in the county Jail, Carle- Venezla..............................Elizabeth H. Devins, ax to details of the accident, other
|n subsequently was formally Washington Court House, Ohio. than that it occurred 10 miles from Persons entering the contest to
Vttt by State select for the new beauty
Attorney Clyde a name
Pson of Sarasota with "attemptrape Brotherhood...............,.....Mrs. Jennie Chenault, Goodland on the night of July 18. salon to be opened soon on Miami i ii i
Venice. She and her son, Kent, left by
| ," a felony. The cue Is plane Tuesday for Cleveland, Ohio, avenue by Lucile Blalock and

Pedaled to come up In circuit Levon._._._....................A. H. Harn, to which city Lieutenant Richards' Trixie Nelson may submit as many
rrt next November. Carleton is Laurel. sent for burial. names as they desire, Mrs. Blalock
body was
fV held in the county Jail, with "Made up of the initial letter of each com- and Mrs. Nelson announced this

F> bail set at $1,500. munity in the area" Well-Known Here week.

Carleton, who came here evFf The officer was well-known in As disclosed in their advertise-

months ago from Wisconsin I Gulf View............_......J. J. Murphy, Venice, having served as an Instructor ment in last week's Gondolier, the

P Purchased a home onst.. 228 Cayuga Street, at Venice Army Air Field I winner of the contest, which closes

tW ln e avenue only recently, St. Paul, Minn. for three years during the war. August 15, will be awarded a $15
he had been sta-
More recently,
F the child Into his house last Riviera..............................Penny Hull, Field, El Paso, permanent wave. Name sugges-
today, Pestotnik declared. They Venice. tioned at Biggs tions should be mailed to "Con-

ther, informed *> her daughter "I believe Venice was so named becausethe Texas, although Mrs. Richards and test," Box 204, Venice.
remained here at the Arcadia
the Kent
Incident, made a complaint coast line here resembled the same city
tInst road home the family purchasedtwo
Carleton the following day. in Italy." Tide Tables
years ago.

HigeL........_..........-..-......Ethel Icard, Ordered to Kearns, Utah, for assignment VENICE INLET
Nokomis. overseas, Lieut. Richardscame .(Punta Pan Correction)
WeatheR this monthon High Low
Venice early
Novel__._......_._........Mrs. M. Fay Myers, to includ- Sat., JulY 27... ...n::10 a.m. 7:13: p m.
Venice. leave to visit his family, Sun., July 2....._ ton: a.m. 1:80: p.m.
PIRATURE RAINFALL ing his mother, Mrs. Harry Moss, 13:03 p.m. 7:61 p.m.

4 High Low Inohee Komsee. ........................._.Mrs. B. E. Bowen, who since has returned to her ton., July 29.......I2U 8'0': p.m.'.m. '6:2e::S9 a.m.p.m.

Ir 11 fair recorded.-1-43 USTOO.OO Nokomis. Venice real estate home in Philadelphia. He left here Tuet., July 30...... 1:13 1:30;: :::::: n: : ::::::
Gedney
r 31 '. 02 "_0.10 (NOTE: Inasmuch as Richard H. suitable" name for the July 13. Wed., July 11........ I.n a.m. 1:10: a.m.
88 "_O.GO a most vacation In addition to his wife, Gail, 1:30: p.m. 0:43: p.m.
rb county prizeexpected from his
n '- ----.B5 "_O.GO proposed new Ia to return to be accepted until that and son, and his step-father and Thu., Au,. 1._ 0:21:: a.m.. 10:16:: a.m.
,.--/o 15, entries will continue : p.m. p.m.
u 7e-0.GO until about August The Gondolier, P. u. BOX 632, mother, he leaves a brother, Rob- ., 4.SSa.m. 10:20: a.m.
_.00 7t.o.lo date. Just mail your suggestion in to Fri., Au,. 2.--
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3a -----/1 ert Richards, of Cleveland, Ohio- 4:16: p.rn. 10:41 p.m.Classified
this 7tL-0.16 Venice.. )
"oath to date 1.35 I 7


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Pica 2 GONDOLIER Friday, July j,
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VENICE GONDOLIER Street New Park Foreman And I I CHunCWt iiq pill :Iii !111 $ .


but I win I
word ,
si "I do not agree with a you say .

defend with my life your right to say it.VOLTAIREPubilihed Sought By CityWith ,FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH VENICE-NOKOMI$

Friday. Editorial and business/ office, 314 Welt Nassau at Miami Avenue HMITHODIII

? Venice Avenue,every Venice, Florida. P. 0. Box 682. Telephone Venice 2961. newly appointed Joseph E. D. Campbell Venice Crawford. Pastor H. Maurice. Feltonpl
Edwards of Venice slated to take 10 semi Bible Class 10 a.m
Entered at second-claw matter June 6, 1946, at the poet office 11 a.m. Morning service. 11 a.m.Sunday Scnaol,
Act of March 8, 1879. over his Job as county superin- < 10 p m. U.T 7 Morning Worship
at Venice, Florida, under the : Ev.pWednesday. ; eervlce. p.m. Young Foilottehip Dro
tendent of roads and bridges on SO p m. g 7:30: p.m. Evening 1Io
Subscription rates: One year, $2.50; six months, $1.50; three Street 7:30: p.m., Mid-week Thursday, J'3u ,, Service m ,
August 1, City aervlce.OSPREY )(14.
months $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cente per word, first 20 prayer prayer and sung aenleiCHURCH 4
; word for each additional word. er George Higel BAPTIST
worth; 1 cent per commisSion-I CHURCHRev. -
) looking for a Henry Johnion. Pastor
WILLIAMS ._. __ Editor and Publisher or GOO
> CARROLL H. Venice street and 10 a. m. Sunday School; 11 a. m
as Morning eel-vice; I p. m. B. T. U.| J Venice' Avenue
service, Wednesday, 7 Nerves
"capable," I do not feel that I can man.While p. m.,Evening meeting. Hev. C. D
p. m. prayer JrIl1ran.
Edwards, naturally, will paste
unchallenged. I 10 a.m. Sunday II,
let that statement go buoL
LETTERS be busy with the work of his new ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 11 a.m. Preaching!
I think the Rev. Crawford Riviera St. and Palermo Place I 7:30: p.m. Prcaohtni
councilis I county Job, it is understood he has Veneila' Parka Thursday, 7:30: p m.
should realize that the city Tours
plea,
1..r to theEDITOR 45 a.m. Sunday School. 8ervi"
agreed to act as an engineering
made up of busy men who are
for the in view of =
consultant city,
trying to discharge what they feel -

to be their civic duty, even though the fact that he will continue to FRYERS! FRYERS! "a/ Block@ To The
will b. his home here. eve
.J (Note: The Gondolier maintain
each and of has busi-
one us
In. every
letters of general
to.ut glad to when.print a. .nd If space she.. ness or professional work of our Under the new county road and Yea, We Have Lot; of Them Gull View
uti. P ease keep them t. will
Anonymous 'letters wIll not b. con. own to do, and sometimes find it bridge set-up, headquarters( LIVE OR DRESSED Apartments
si,der.d. However. If the writer d.. be established in Bee Ridge, on a
sires, to have only nil' 'Initials' orf hard to spare time from our own Call U. It 8379
10m dl plums, such It "" Read.e business to devote to city affairs. site adjoining the Seaboard rail 3 Rooms and Bath
will
The Gondolier WE DELIVER ON
or published
road. Edwards will be in complete
fJ si happy to obllgi.) I think I am expressing the Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
charge of maintenance and con- SUMMER RATES
,of opinion of my fellow councilmen :
struction of all Sarasota county LAUREL SHORES
$50
Gondolier as well as my own, when I say MONTH
EdItor. ,
that we welcome Rev. Crawford'sinterest loads although each commissionerwill Poultry Farm
I believe it Oliver Wendell Se
was P. o. Venice
be consulted as to specific
in
; Holmes who said in substance, in our city government At the Moremea or
the "Autocrat of the Breakfast and would like to see him present work in his district. A meeting between The Troll I 1,4 'Ic'Noof" Phone Venice' 2961
Laurel School
Edwards and the commis-
Individ- at more of our council meetings.
Table"-"Man is a triple
We also welcome sioners will be held at the court
at all times the
uality. Fust-he is what he reallyis
; Secondly-he is what he thinkshe attendance of any other interested house next Monday morning.As IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIIIIIIIU.' ..
to District 3, in which Venice, '
citizen.
is,-Thirdly-He is what other
I do object, too, to Rev. Crawford's Laurel, Osprey and Nokomis are : For Sale
people think he is. e e e e e
situated, County Commissioner M. :I I
making a blanket reflection
I fear that possibly you have
Electrolux
Cousins said lack of money in the :
on the entire he $49.51
community, as
j made the error of regarding me asa VACUUM CLEANER-With Attachments
road and bridge fund will prevent
person of dual personality; of does when he stales we do nothave
ok Bendix DeLuxe
I course we all are to a certain extent ANY men capable of governing any major being undertakenfor HOME LAUNDRY $142,50
the time being.
,
the city.
depending on the mental
"Two bridges, one on Venice By- Drop-Leaf Table 4 Chairs
If the Rev Crawford will come $29.51
a makeup of the individual and his
BREAKFAST SET Newly Refinished
willingness to lower the mask revealing to me, I will be glad to take the way near the dairy and the otheron

i his true nature, or always time to point out to him men in West road," Cousins said, "are Venice Salvage Store

retaining it in position to concealit. the community who have been the principal repair Jobs to ben

.J not only successful in their ow' done in this locality. Both are in I X Core Nassau and Miami VENICI

''j But you have gone further; each businesses, but in public life as bad shape.

week I receive two copies of the well.Again 'It is also planned to patch the

Gondolier", and vet I have a may I urge Rev. Craw- surface of the road between the "" "."O .............,......,..:::

, early subscription for only one. ford, if he is sincerely interested Tamiaml Trail Just north of Nokomis .
: lit For RentFurnished
I It this is an act of warm hearted in seeing that governmental affairs over to the Treasure Island

, generosity: I wish to express my I here are "properly" conducted south bridge. We hope to be ableto ; Trailer

l i thanks and appreciation; if otherwise to attend a council meeting and fix this road up well enough to

I_; I you may wish to ascertain give us the benefit of his advice 'get by' until it is completely rebuilt .: Cool and Comfortable
Hot Water at All Times

:
\. if some in jour mailing depart- in person? by the state and county as !: Free Use of Rowboiti

ment is seeing double, and the Then, I think, Rev Crawford this county's No. 2 post-war road SUMMER RATES

I'' causes of such a phenomenon might more fully realize that any improvement project." :;: $15 to( $35 a Month

. Both Mrs. Wright and myself errors made on our part are dueto .: $5to$10aWeek

I. enjoy reading your newsy publication lack of time (and on my part Helen Volkert :'. 35x50 PARKING SPACES Con"octl'lII
e Electrical' and Water
r and our wish is more power inexperience) rather than becauseof Becomes Bride of .: s'ae' 12 Week-$9 Month

to you. any "incapability" of the coup :, Venice Bay Trailer Park On Tamieml I Trail I, Between VenIet
cil. Gerald Curwood and Nokomis Phone2592t
Sincerely
I JOHN P., WRIGHT GEORGE W. BOTTS Jr. ,.....,.". .."",.""" ..,," ""'T.W ".. .'.'.................."..::1
,
With the ReD.. C. Crawford -
I The Weirs, N. H.Editor's City AdvertisesFor officiating. Miss Helen Volkert of +++++
.4- ( Note:-Looks like we
J St. Paul, Minn, last Wednesday INVEST IN A CITY WITH A FUTURE
r r should send three copies If
we Garbage Bids
evening became the bride of Ger-

} accept, but the it"Autocrat's"might establish definition a City councilmen this week are ald (Jud) Curwood son of Mr. VENICE, FLORIDA

,4, dangerous precedent, so we'llVA advertising for bids to haul and and Mrs. Guy Curwood of Englewood Homesltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Propertles-

cut It down to one P. S. Our dispose of garbage, with the con in a double ring ceremony Acreage Farms Rentals
tract to be at the First Baptist church in Ven-
1 I. j. i "mailing department" claim It written on a one-)'ear

,p. was misguided zeal and not the basis. The sealed bids for the ice. The bride is the daughter of RICHARD He GEDNEY
Mr.
Wimmers-WelttIItfIuanca I work, which is now done with city and Mrs. William Volkert of

I.l' Judge). equipment( and ...workers will be New The Richmond, Wis. /Ragweed REAL ESTATE /?**& .

i. ..rr' opened at the next regular council couple, who will make their

RETORT COURTEOUS meeting on Tuesday night, Aug. 6. home at 257 Pensacola road, Ven- Box 261 phone 3311 j

i 'I Editor Gondolier Persons interested in submitting ice, were feted at a bridal supper Theatre Building Venice, Fl* |

bids for the work with after the ceremony. It was given
r l; In your July 19 issue, in the story pickupser'lce for them and it " "
( three times a week in the members of the fam-
regarding the
11Y proposed "new residential district and ily at the Plaza restaurant in Sarasota
r daily in the -
county.
you quoted Rev. D. C.
business district, may obtain com- by Mayor and Mrs. Clyde V.
Crawford
\ as being
j opposed to sucha
Higel.
' a because plete information from Street The newlyweds left after
step
\' .;; : Commissioner George Higel. the supper for a brief honeymoon
t "We haven't men now capable
trip to an undisclosed NOTICE
destination.
of properly
r9 governing a small Charles
:. community like Venice Curwood, brother of the

.';; 't 1 would we find any" capable- where of AFTER Read This YOU Copyof HAVE groom wedding, served with as Mrs.best Charles man at Cur-the Contract for Hauling Garbage

gO\'ernlng.a county?
The Gondolier, wood acting as matron of honor.

if.f.,' Council As president I of the Venice City Why Not Mall It Mrs. Clyde Higel, soloist, and Mrs. City of Venice
probably realize
our Douglas Arnall, pianist
,
t shortcomings as much as Rev. I to Some Friend the musical presented

I Crawford or even more so. Butvhen t Up North? I Last Friday program.night the Anyone interested in bidding for the collection

1.,,1 &: he flatly asserts we are not L I I be was honored with a bride-to-shower and disposal of garbage in the City of Venice f fad
: \Ini
given
by Mrs.
Mrs. Guy Curwood Clyde at the Higel former's and period of one year is invited to submit sealed bids

SUBSCRIPTION ORDER home. A feature of the therefor which time
affair was by 8 p. m. August 6, 1946, at
a mock
VENICE GONDOLIER, by wedding, participated in such bids will be City COO
+ r P. O. Box 632, various guests attired in appropriate opened by the Venice

T71'' Venice, Florida. costumes. cil The reject
Among those City of Venice reserves the right to
attending
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one Mrs. Frank C. Raeburn Miss were Lois: any or all bids.

S Nelson Mrs. Jay Lumley, jr., Miss
year ($2.50)
six
months
n ($1.50)) Bina
Moore Mrs.
or three months $1) Miss Virginia Wilson George Higel, For details, contact Street Commissioner George

(Check which) Miss Vir-
gmla Ponder, Mrs. E. HigeL
Driggers
(All subscriptions must be paid in advance) Mr. Z. Thompson, Mrs. I. V. Boor-

Name seth, Mrs. W. R. Wheeler
Miss'
Isabel CITY. OF VENICEIfr'
Address Ainger Mrs. John S. Wilk-

I Inson, Mrs. George Higel, sr.. and
Mrs. C. E. Curwood.






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July 26,1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Pace S.IIE.ENLlSn


Ex-Venice Girl I
VENICE POST OFFICE

Fox, wn-ln-law of Mrs.reenlisted in. Wed In BaltimoreIn SCHEDULE Venice Bowlakade Women's Summer

neon, hasreporting Mrs Dorothy Fields postmaster
teV for duty at a double wedding In the INCOMING MAIL Summer LeagueW Bowling League
11 Noon 6 D.m.
staff sergeant Prince of Peace
Episcopal churchat
A former Sunday, 11:10: a.m. tj
brteyear.of service 10 his Baltimore, Md,, a fonner Ven- OUTGOING MAIL
645am: L Pine FINAL STANDINGS, SECOND HALF
I:4B p.m.
including nine months over- ice girl, Miss Virginia Arnall became Sunday II:41 a.m. Venice Food '_00 .. ... 11 3 SB,C39Smltty W L Pins

ffox bas requested asslgn- the bride of Robert Seibertof Window open Parcel poet and 'I .__..?.. ..... .10' 23.(71 Trailer Park ..-. .._... .. ...11 4 6269
stamps, lam. to I p.m.; money Venice ... ...... .
I Germany. Indianapolis on July 12. She order, lam. to 1:10 Laundry I 4 25,651 Venice Garage _. .n''' '' 9 9 7683
to la the sister of Mrs H. S. Bowden all windows,: lam p m. to Saturdays U:JO Methodists .. .. ...,.... .... .. 9 9 24,931La Palm GrillBlackburn .. .. .. ... 1 T 7589 r

p.m. Tonda ....... .. ..... .. T I 24,121 'a .. .. T I 7450
and Douglas Arnall of this city. Bankers .. .. ................. ..... 4 9 24.719Daitnta Bowlakade .. ..... .. .. .. 8 9 7634

Miss Mary Gray Reler, Mrs | ...?..._._............. 4 11 24,8M Nettlewood .. .. .. .. ..4. 11 7810
BOWL Bowden's niece, who has visited I llgele ............ .......... ............ 3 1] 25,125 Results this week: Trailer Park detested .
Venice in the past, was wed to RESIGNS llenulta thin week: La TonUa defeated [Blackburn's a.u; PAlm Orlll
defeated Venice 1.0 O\\II1.
After serving for five Garage. ; i
years as Bankers, I to 0, Smluy'a defeated -
; 1-0
Arthur Loving of Baltimore in kade deflated Nemliwood
For a member of the Florida Highway Baptfota I to 0, Venice Laundry
the other half of the
ceremony. Patrol, covering the Sarasota- defeated Hlgela, 1 to 0; Venice SECOND HAL, FINAL AVERAGES
Food Shop defeated Methodists, I to 0 (Compiled by Mary Lou Ruburn
FUN 1 Venice district, Ross Boyer announced League Secretary
AVERAGE: AdorJan Trailer Park .. .. ... ..123
For Sale . this week that he is resigning (Compiled by Frank Raeburn "" Inner. Bow laknde .. ... .. ... 123:
effective August 1. Boyer, League Secretary) [lIuli. Nestlewood .. ... 124
FORD 1 / .TON AA rede, Trailer Park .. 123
.. ....
1 well-known in this end of the JoeenrtsVenice Food 173 Imwex, Venice Garage ...... ... .. .122
STAKE BODY TRUCK and Laundry .. .... .....170 Smith, L., I'Klm Orlll .. .......... .121
county a popular officer said
June, Venice Fund... 168 \Ullliimn. Palm drill! 110

VENICE GOOD SALVAGE TIRES STORE he was resigning rather than accept J. Curvuod Stnlttya .... 162 Wilson I'.tiil.y,, Trailer lllurkburn'sRigby lurk .. .. .. ... IU9 IU8

Co,. Nassau and Miami Venice a scheduled transfer to Haines Nave. l l igel'e .... ....... .. 161 \'...nlniirl Oar" .- .Iu8 ,
1 I}. C'urwuud Smlu\ ......... ...... ....161 ., A., ;.;..itleniKjdiki ... .lOT
City in central Florida He told M'rrltt"enl<'. Fwd ............ HiT X..I.n. I 1I11'kIturn' .......... .IU6
riends here he has not yet de- \\.Ita. Bankers ..... .. ... ... .. ....:..1.4 Wright, Iilu,'khurn'n ... ... .. ..... 10eOool
fir lOu\kendllll, Venus Laundry ..12 I'ulln ... ... .IU6
cided what he will do in the future T. \5'rede, Methudl.tn ...... ... .. ...... .I'uII. >er, X.otlo.w..1 ... .. .... .... ... 105
Luke, )1.th..II.t. ..................... .. .150i Ko.gler, Trull,'r Park ...... .. 1"1"ulkert.
although he plans to continueto Duke, La TonrtaI ............. .. .... .....130 Illarkhurn ...........................103
bet up a party and corns In make his home in Sarasota V. Wor.elh Venice Laundry ..119 Joni Venice darngdF'ratt .
niolrlch, La Tonda ... .. ...... ... 147 : Tinulakaile ...... ...:.: :':.:::.::. : ::m '
I in afternoon or evening of milK county.: Ohlldim, HlgelB ..... ........ ... ..... .... 113 :hurls, M. Palm oillltirlll ..... ....... PI!
Harbour La Tonda ...... .......... .. ...111 Moore. NoMlew I oodTirchlana .. .. .. BT
and healthful exercise. mUh, Venice Food ... ..... .... .. 141Crawford fonder Trailer Park
lIA: 111I.ta ............. ... ..140Zeigler : BonlnkadoCurKood :: :..:" :":: ::1
Ba'Mete' .. ... ..140 ulakade U
PENiP.M.TOIIP.M.VENICE CLASSIFIEDADS Duvall. La Tonda ::: :::::::::: :::: ::: .: 1314 Itaehurn, Palm drill ... 1
.\ Uaptlntii .. .. ..... . 137 smith, M. Venice Garage 04
Inlnong, Mt.thwllntaRntliurn ......... .. .. .. 136 lirohard, \mlce Garage ::
CLUB SmlttyWin .. .... .............. .. .13:; BlorHeth, BonlakadoTumlry 7T
Hmlttyaliinohc ..... .......... ...... .. .. ... 13. :\eiitlt.,.,oi>dMukr TT 4
(10 a word first 10 words. 10 each ( >. Bankers .................................135 lllarkburn 7T
LADIES ARC WELCOME additional word. Minimum charge, Ponder, Bankers ......................... . .134Blalock.
Open 12 Noon to 12 Midnightaund.ytl 150 Cash with Ad Special rates Mi'lhodiRHHlgel ....................... ... .133 er
JOWLAKADE I p. m. toe p.m. for mort than one Insertion of the King ........................ .... ... ..133
North Nassau St J, F. Keys, same ad Ada will bt accepted over Bruharil, bmltty .... ... 113
Venice Prop. the telephone ((2t 1) up to S p. m. :Stephens| llnllnt .. ... .... ..... .... ... .1:12:
Thursday, with understanding ad. Nelson. Haitlalii .. 131 RALPH WILHELM
vert.er, will remit payment prompt. 1 ilue, Bankers ... ... ... .. 131
Iy.) Thi man. Venice Food ... 131 PLUMBING, HEATING
Dunn, HiKel: .. ...... .. 13" AND REPAIRS"No
42 :Sur!.. Hlgilsrede .... ........ .. 129 Too Large No Job
0. BOX NOKOMIS FLA. Job
:
LOST e. \\ MelhiKllnHliile .19 l
hankers ......_.. .128 Too Small"I
(iakley. Venice Laundry IK Venice 2315 Sarasota 70-642
LOST-IUd cocker female spaniel between .I. Dhrseth, Venice Laundry 128
Venice\ and Myakka river An- If
McNi.il, La Tonda .IT f
BOLDT AND SONS ewers to nAme of Piitchens" K*
ward H C. Schultl, Box 723, PuntttInrda


Plumbing Waterproofing FOR SALE I

PLUMBERSNo
Painting, Exterior and Interior EXPERIENCED
'IHChiNd: and Equlpm..ntApproxl.nlAt..h' -
Work 2,000 Hampshire Reds from
Carpenter Steel Fabrication
5 to H weeks oil Batteries and electric
Irnndtn capacity| S BOO chick- Job Too Large or Too Small f
.n.. .Man equipment fir cleaning and I
dressing chickens, including! electric
FREE ESTIMATES
pit. lor. Ilirry Mlilo, Hoi 34, Laurel &H.
nice 3370.ONE J. J. (Joe) G. L (Kin)

: cmv. pied I..r beet or to raise KINCAID !
calves. '!15. line heifer IS months old. JOSSART -
- - - .
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9s7. one heifer three months old
{' \ 'r. Box 45, Laurel i>r phone Venice Phone
r 3419 Mohler Bldg. Temporary '
Beauty Aid Suggestion
I. WANTED 313 W. Venice Ave. VENICE 2172'k .

$ r A suggestion for an aid to beauty: Let ut F
\ WANT: TO BUY OR RENT for next
take over your hair problem We know how season S or 6 room cottage or house
't 4J a In Venire Prefer about an acre of
'. ... to bring out hidden beauty In hair your of ground. Dont /mind Improving I
.
place Must be reasonable a 'an't
thought was dull and unattractive. Call 2603 pay Inflation prlcea Give deacrlptlon :
Would like snapshot ol place. VENICE-NOKOMIS
\ for an appointment. Write Immediately, Box B, Venice
Gondolier, Venice
ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP : '
MARINE: ENGINE or automobile conversion BANK
40 tn 95 ho..pow..r. Road "-,
Post Office Arcade Venice Stewart 78 Fast Ninth Street Sura-

Temporarily Closed Mondays ,,eta. Phone 70323 VENICE, FLORIDA

WANTED . .
"WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"Member
"'s 'ziiissxaasx Houses and BuildingsOF


1 ALL TYPES of Federal Deposit 'Insurance Corp.
NEWESTDRINK TROPICAL To Move or WreckPhone


I 2682. THOS. J. McNEIL, GCflflfat Maximum Insurance 55000
Inquire Club La Tonda, Venice $ > For Each Depositor

Rum-Ban-O 50c i i



Made of Golden Rum, Juice of j<

Lemon, And a Luscious Ripe Banana. ;:

The Smoothest Cooling Drink We've 1

Discovered to Date.SMITTY'S.



PACKAGE TAVERNAND STOREOn BEAUTY Here's


the Trail, at Venice Ave. Venice f


do s ASKING for the






Letterhead are the "face"of

00 your business. Be lure The way to keep yourself well-groomed and always at

t that yours It "clean" and your beauty.beat Is to make It a habit of having your hair done

well kept. Gondolier printing regularly by the Palm Beauty Shop. We are always ready to

assures you of the flneet letterheads help you with your hair problem and to suggest new ways" of

poiilble. styling. Here there Is always "Beauty for the Asking. Call

2971 for an appointment.

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Business Cards *


500 for $4.25
PALM BEAUTY SHOPVENICE




J & J AIRCRAFT, INC. VENICEGONDOLIER (Closed Saturday afternoons summer and months all day) Mondays during the


AUTHORIZED KRCOUPI DEALERS PHONE 2961

P. 0. Box 291 BJOe H" "** IIlittit '
VENICE 2551 VENICE/ SARASOTA HIli 11111 III xiui III11IIIIH I III 11







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Page 4 VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, July$

who called the meeting; Mr. and Mn. PhlUlp N.
New High School |Boys Beat GirlsIn House Numbers Mrs- Charles McG. Roberts, Nokomis while the groom Cain Is of 1

Principal Arrives Duckpin ContestAntN4' (Continued from Fan 1) ; J. E. Bartlett, Venice; T. M. Mrs. Cecelia G. Slmk the ..
I :v e lots and the long blocks, in Wrede, sr., Nokomis; Carl Cribbs, Bedford Mass. "of
.
e! ., :.-: : :'.';'k'f. I'A':" Fisheries No-
Recently appointed principal ,residential section of the city East Coast manager, Given in
Venice-Nokomis high sohovi to : .: :: ::0{ :: : .".:: '''i'1:''(:; the houses are four numbers apart. komis; Buddy Ringo, Nokomis; er, the bride marriage by w
succeed James A. Hn:!::.'\\ i Homer Mikesell arrived !here :u: be:k :.' Win the! :right as you go down the street Venice Land Co., Venice; Sara- Washington D. BUXbalill
C.
Saturday from his forrei: r.-.r.r ':<\; :a: ean ft *:-..'. 't.e n AdIn Commissioner M. The
the direction the numbers progress sota County mother also
b in Ohio. Hn w:'*. ia.h:t r, A .-...:k; ,-..". f'e-.ft: rV.J at the Ven- in left. Venice City Councilman attended !thf
odd numbers on the Cousins ; mony. Lee
;
Marilyn, It, andre ..- * George served
said Street best
as
As as possible,
soon man.
him her Another : *". 1P1 to 1ST and
icccmpanJecl :
11, ; -A :w. (a ** Venice
editor Gon-
Higel, block H. Williams, ,
on. Do ta.i: R.S.ecr: ::: tats :.- ::3.Barbara Commissioner George dolier.
numbers and names of streets will
\\y enlisted ii: te.1rlr.: .* Ke%'. captain of the New
1 be stenciled on the curb at intersections County
# The M.Kere'i: he red: A eAnc'ffon girt:"' *, ua.t led the femininetivrir
throughout the city. Ellin Cain Weds
(Continued
t t house ,':: raw n= road ; with a 62:! high came. from p,8B)
}' m Xokonif Inn :.;': :. } ..r.\h': \ Robby Elalock, leader of the boys, When this Is done, and home own Parker F. Slocomb all Information necessary h_
install their house numbers, able the
.. hirre 'f their ,wr u: the rearWOODARD'S \\.1* high same scorer for his team ers people of this ta,
even a stranger to the city should Lieut. and Mrs. Parker F. Slo- decide whether "
1.l'e Kith a 67 The other players were: creation or,,,
have little difficulty in finding an comb nee Ellin Rosemary Cain county is desirable or
Oak, Janice Lanier, Nancy Lanier -I ieaabii
address desired Higel said. this week had left for
Nell Rigby and Ann Frances an extended 2. In event the results,k
honeymoon in New Orleansand cision favors
creation
Franklin boys, Julian Stinson,
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HearingContinued Utah following their marriage county to act asmittee" a "stee4
LUNCHEONETTEGulf ... VeniceDoubleDip Bobby Stephens, Tommy Mitchelland July 13 In St Martha's rectory in to direct the item is
Theatre Bldg., Joseph Keys. ( from page 1) Sarasota. sary to bring about the Ilof
Marking one more step forwardin The bride Is the daughter of Florida's slxty-eighth |
the long campaign to obtain fed ------- case
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SundaesBreakfasts two bays, Congress recently authorized -
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Engineers
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Rooms for Transients make a preliminary examination
Lunches Special' Summer Rates I and survey of the project.A .
DInners VENICE 9594 special meeting to discuss I.I'

plans for the hearing was held last I 12x28 18x20 24x24
Friday afternoon at the Chamberof

Commerce office, with H. F. 24x30 26x26 26x36 28>a
We Now Have On HandA Randall attending as the personal

Complete Stock of Hammered-Finish, Metal representative of Col. A. B. Jones TAYLOR HARDWARE
Jacksonville, the district engineer.
I' 203 W. Venice Ave.
Phone 116errcr
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VENICE LUMBER CO. VENICE FLORIDA

East Venice Avenue Near Seaboard
Depot Venice 2632 M. LANIUS Phone 2049 Where the Tamlaml Trail Meet the Open Gulf
Box 13, Venice
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1,I. II you want to help our community grow, so that increased pogoIF YOU ARE IN BUSINESS YOURSELF, "Dollars Spent at Home"lation

and increased land values will bring all of
us obvious
resultmean
I r your fellow merchants and their employees can more liberally
ant benefits, there is one very definite thing you can do BUY AT patronize you, too.
HOME!
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> IF YOU ARE AN EMPLOYEE, "Dollars Spent at Home" mean
Trade is the life-blood of
any community and the
CeNokomishigher wages and more jobs available. Only as your employer prospers -

7r. Laurel-Osprey-Englewood section of the Florida Gulf Coast is no can you hope to prosper.
.. exception to this fact. If
you buy from local merchants, you help

not only them, but yourself, no matter whether you are a property IP YOU ARE A PART-TIME RESIDENT, "Dollars Spent at Home"

owner, have your own business, too; or an employee, or just a part- mean this community can afford better schools for your children,

time resident of this community. better streets and roads for your car, better tourist entertainment

facilities in short, make this a better place all around for you

F''t14 IF YOU ARE A PROPERTY OWNER, "Dollars Spent at Home" and all of us to really enjoy life in Florida.

will help increase land values yours, too.
x THINK IT OVER, PLEASE.

% (This it the first in a series of advertisements
designed to promote the
"Merchant'. For Their Part Must welfare Help, rOO and") progress of the Venice area NEXT WEEK:




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1 Robert S. Baynard VENICE '
FLORIDA
PRE { I DENT Frank D. Roebuck
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"IN BUSINESS TO HELP BUILD HOME aUI a A L I' MAN A Q I R

VENICE AND VENICE VALUES"






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