Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00027
 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: August 16, 1946
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: UF00079934:00027
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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fYSICIANTO 10-Team Bowling PETERSON MAY Harry Beach Named to

League To Start

)PEN A CLINIC Play September 3 BE,, LABOR DAY Succeed W.: B. SheehanAs

SEPT 15 With play to start Tuesday night C. of C. SecretaryMeeting
HERE September 3, formation of a 10- SPEAKER HERE t

team men's scratch
bowling leaguewas in special session last night at the office of the
hoosing this city "because decided upon last Tuesday Congressman: J. liar din Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce, the board of directors -
nice has everything Dr. night held by Venice keglers at a meet Peterson of Lakeland this of that organization accepted the resignation of Wal-
ing at the Venice
J. Hoeppner of Tampa Bowlakade. week was invited to be the ter B. Sheehan as secretary and appointed Harry A. Beachof
,* week is completing ar- nice Following the meeting, the Ve- speaker of the day at the big Venice to succeed him. President H. S. Bowden presided
Laundry Venice
gements to open an office Food Labor Day celebration: to be over the meeting. t,

e about September 15. Shop first and team second-half, victors respectively In of staged Monday, September 2, Beach assumed charge of the
r. Hoeppner will establish the play the in Venice under auspices of RESIGNS office this morning, taking over
i Ice Clinic at 205 West Miaminue summer handicap league, tangledto No-Vel Post No. 159 of the from Mrs. Helen Williams, who
In the Hollywood Apart- decide supremacy The Food American Legion. has been acting secretary for the
t-Hotel building, a few doorsy Shop squad, sponsored the H. S. The Invitation was sent by Com- past month and a half while Shee-

from the dental office to bened Bowden won in two straight mander Thomas N. Wrede, 'Jr, of han was away on leave.
as soon as equipment Is games, 730 to 665 and 740 to 688. the local Legion post Sheehan submitted his resigna-

able, by Dr. John Yelving- : High game man for the losers, Meanwhile, plans for the Labor tion, because of the pressure of
i of Arcadia and Bradenton. I who are sponsored by Anne Surls, Day celebration moved ahead A personal affairs, from St. Peters-
l graduate of the University of was I. V Biorseth, who rolled a swiftly this week under the direction burg, where he went to undergoan
ifornia at Los Angeles, Dr. 188 High game man for the win- of General Chairman operation on his right leg

ppner came to Florida in 1939, ners was Carroll Williams with a Boyd Sharp, who announced sev- earlier this week. He slipped and
Bng his own yacht from the 189 game. eral new committee appointmentsat fell on a dock at Venice Inlet two
cfic coast. Since that time he Lack One Man last Monday night's meeting of weeks ago, aggravating a World
i been engaged In general med- Both teams were shy one man, the post in Community hall here. td War I wound in his leg and neces-
I practice in St. Petersburg and the Laundry team being without (Meetings will be held every sitating an operation.
pa. mainstay, J. J. Jossart, and the :Monday night, at 8:30: o'clock, Came Here Last Fall
General Practicee Food Shoppers being minus Carl from now until Labor Day.) He had taken over as secretary
plans to engage In general Smith. Others on the squads: VE- Tickets On Sale of the local Chamber of Commerce -

Isctice here, although he Is a NICE FOOD SHOP Byron Jones, Tickets for the all day cele- n last fall, after having pre-
ahst in psychiatry, havingen Buford Merritt and Jimmy Thomas bration, which will be fea- { viously been engaged in similar ;

a post-graduate course In ; VENICE LAUNDRY, J. C. tured by a fish fry on Venice work in San Antonio, Texas; Buf-
t field at the University of Biorseth R. Oakley and H P. beach in the afternoon and a dancein falo, N. Y., and Philadelphia, Pa

them California and later beassociated Kuykendall.With Community hall that evening, Beach, whose wife is the former -
I with the psychology Frank Raeburn, league went on sale this week. The tick- B SHEEHAN Mary A. Woodard, sister of
artment of the Long Beach secretary, presiding, the represen- ets are priced at $1.50, coveringboth County Commissioner-to-be William -
ilif.) city school system. tatives attending the pre-match the fish fry and dance, with State Survey Crew Woodard of Laurel and of :,
i noted figure in the yachtingrid meeting voted to accept the entriesof children under 12 being admitted J. D. Woodard, local restaurantman
and author of many articles two new teams, Adrian Auto free. At Work on Trail also possesses an extensive

ling with ships and the sea, Park, sponsored by Mrs. Jennie Tickets may be obtained from North of Venice background in publicity and
Hoeppner owns the "Blue Adrian and the K Club, sponsoredby any member of No-Vel post, or at 'Chamber of Commerce woik

\\'n," a 50-foot ketch that ated J. F Keys. the following places: Osprey Mer- Foreshadowing widening and Born in Covington, K}'., he received -
I considerable fame when It It was decided to have four ) cantile Co., Osprey, Zeiglers Gro- curve-straightening of the Tam- his public school educationat

sthe "G>psy Waters," owned byn teams meet on Tuesday nights, two cery, Laurel, Nokomis Grocery, lami Trail between Venice and Cleveland, 0., and then attended i
Waters, the writer. He plans on Wednesday, and four on Thurs- Nokomis, Aingers Grocery and Sarasota in the near future, a Allegheny college in Mead-
(Continued on Last Page) (Continued on Last Page) Kropp's Grocery, Englewood; The large State Road Department sur- ville, Pa.After .
Rexall Store, Woodards Lunch- vey crew last week began work several years in news- j
ACATION CHURCH SCHOOLS I eonette, Venice Gondolier office, north of Venice. paper work in Cleveland and Co- /

Venice. Members of the party said the lumbus, 0., he became secretaryof
TO START HERE NEXT WEEKBoth Sharp also announced that survey work will take about six: the Rochester, Minn., Chamberof
[ Jimmy Wilson's orchestra, from weeks and classed it as "a routine Commerce. 4
the Venice-Nokomis Methodist and First Baptist churches Radio Station WSPB, Sarasota, has job." They said they had no idea' From Rochester he came to
Monday will inaugurate Vacation Bible schools for children not been engaged to play for the when actual construction would Florida 20 years ago at the Invi-

of Venice, but Laurel and Nokomis as well. dance, which will run from 8:30p. : begin, but expressed the belief tation of the secretary of the Flor-

|The Methodist school, it was I I m to midnight. there would be no major change In ida Development Board and became -

ounced by the Rev. H. Mau- komls post office, and at the corner Boat Race the existing route of the Trail' secretary of the Chamber of
Felton, will run for twoits of East avenue and Venice' In addition to the fish fry and While on this job, they will maintain Commerce for Gadsden county,
i, from 9:30: to "11:30: a.m. By-Way. Anyone desiring further dance, outstanding events plan- I headquarters in Sarasota. Continued on Pace S)
ned for the day Include horse
ndays through Fridays. The information is asked to telephone racing, a five-mile race in which GIFT OF VAAF CHAPEL AGAIN
sing session will be held on Mrs. J. T. Blalock, transportation Nokomis Sara- I
fishing boats from ,
nday morning, September 1; at chairman, at 2721.
sota, Cortez, Bradenton, Englewood SOUGHT FOR CATHOLIC CHURCHAfter
regular Sunday School hour. Refreshments will be providedfor I
and other ports will compete -
To Run One Weak each morning.
the children
aerial exhibitions and stunts, lying dormant for several months, the movement to acquire
[The Baptist school, to be con- Music for the entire group will be Includ- church in
and various field events, i the chapel at Venice Army Air Field for use as a
cted by the Rev. D Campbell under the leadership of Mrs. J. A.I ing 'greasy pole" and "greasy Venice this week received new impetus.
wford, will run for one week. (Continued on Last Page) pig' contests at the beach. I I. With approval of Father Els-

will be held at the church fromto Willard Taylor of Nokomis was lander of Sarasota, who has con-
11:30: a.m., from Monday Channel Hearing placed In charge of the boat race, Albee Home And I ducted Catholic services in the

ugh Friday next week. Chil- Named which will be run over a tri- Treasure Island, Gulf theatre here in the past, a
n from three to 12 are invited Speakers angular five-mile course In the new petition requesting donationof

atterrd Arrangements are be- H. S. Bowden, president of the gulf, in plain sight of the crowdon Cottages SoldSale the chapel by the federal gov-
8 made to provide transporta- Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Venice beach, during the afternoon for $40,000 of the Jamay ernment was circulated this week
w for children from Laurel, Note Commerce, yesterday announcedthat Taylor said all commer- Treasure Island by Thomas J. McNeil
Beach cottages on
and the Edgewood section Mayor Clyde V. Higel, J. E. cial fishing boats with engines up by Mrs. May Fowler to Richardson McNeil said the chapel wouldbe
Venice. and to 150 horsepower are Invited to placed on the present Catholic
Bartlett, T. N. Wrede, sr., Revell and Robert R. Shanley
'Children from 2% to 11, Irres- Ben Dunn have been selected, ten- take part In the race. Those Interested was disclosed this church site at the northwest cor-
"twe of denominational obtain further in- and Nassau
tatively, to be among the speakers may ner of Tampa avenue
n or background, are Invited to I at the U. S. Engineers channel Continued on Page 3) week.Also revealed were details of street, donated by the late Dr and

end the Methodist school, said hearing to be held in the Venice sale of the seven-acre Palm Mrs. Fred H. Albee, or on another
I the
B*de Rev Felton. Plans have been city hall at 10 a. m, Thursday, NEW COUNTYANNOUNCEMENT Point estate of the late Dr. FredH. location outside the business district -
pick children in .
up Vena -
September 12. at Nokomis. Negotiationsfor
Park, Venice Circulation of the. new petition
Inlet, the Venice
the H. Gedney, Venice for Mrs
The public hearing on pro- Richard the sale were handled
office arcade, Laurel, No- posed construction of channels real estate man who has potted Albee by Frank Roebuck, sales- (Continued on Page 2)

Pass (Venice for the "mott suit- Venice Land Co
reading from Casej a $25 prize manager of the
Tide Table Inlet) into Dona and Roberts able" name submitted for the The sale price was not disclosed. I WeatheR I

VENICE INLET (Venice) bays, as far as U. S. proposed new county: telephoned Purchaser of the property was

q (Punts RIM Correction) Highway 41, was called recentlyby ; from New York early this E. G. Engman, president of the RAINFALL
High Low Col. A. B. Jones, district engineer webk that business matters willdelay Moulde Products company of Milwaukee TEMPERATURES Date High Low Inches
: Aug. .3:00p.m: I:48p m his return to Venice until Pro.t"u.l recorded .. .0.10
t. Aug. 1? .:.I:Si*:m: I:B2a:m: acting dis- 1. As a result, ; Wis. Engman is reported August 0 .. .. U2 1: ..0.00
4:00p.m.: 10 18p m Major Blase Nemeth, about September route here from that, .
n., : : to be now en August 10 00 13. .0.00
Auc. 18 !0am: I102.m: : trict engineer, last week asked new county name suggestions city aboard his 83-foot yacht. H, August 11 U" 0.00
n., Aug 19 __.8 4B::Up:m m: 10 litjpm:44p:m: Bowden to send him, by September will be accepted until that time plans extensive Improvement cl August 13 PI 18 ...0.00
7:03p m 11:lip m 5, a complete list of those who The Gondolier will publish the Palm Point property, as wel:I August 13 93 18. .O.SO
'L AUIO .I:J :m: l:sip:m38am : will present this district argu- more suggested names next of the channel to accommodate August If .92 75: ...0.14
Aug. 21 ,. as deepening August 13 .01 12. .0.70
4". *"*. a _TIUm: : : 4Z7pn.M 116pm::: : .: ments in favor of construction of week. his yacht Total tu date this month .1.51
AUI. the channels and turning basins I
...07 .m; 14pm. ;


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Page 2 VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, Auput

Englewood CoupleOn I VAAF CHAPEL "You are advised that this
k is located on land
Honeymoon I (Continued from page 1) part of the air field comp t I
'./ word but I will resulted when The Gondolier received propel
do with
not agree a you say, property was included !
i and Mrs Charles Czerwinski a letter from B. A. Mc- in :
with it.
defend my life your right to say certified to the War
jr., of Englewood this weekare Kinley, adminstrative officer, chief ministration Asseta 4 i
Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 314 West honeymooning in New York, management section, real estate for disposaL Ilk is,
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 682. Telephone Venice 2961. gested that your <
following their August 4 weddingin division, Office of the Division mitted to the request ,be al:
Entered n tecond-clau matter June 6. 1948, at the post officeat the Englewood Methodist Engineer of Atlanta, Ga. The letter' Assets Af-

ij Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. church. The Rev. H. Mauriece Fel- follows: istration 5086 Railroad Retire>rq i
Bldg. Washington
Subscription rates: One year $2.50; six months, $1.50; three ton officiated. "Dear Mr. Williams: ." D C. for I Islderation.

months, $1. Classified advertising rate: 2 cent per word, flrtt 2words The bride was Miss Elsie Lor- "This office has been advised by
t. 1 cent word for each additional' word. I
: per
I i raine Anderson, daughter of Mr the Commanding Officer, Venice said the new .

CARROLL H. WILLIAMS h..hh_ _'_h'.__ Editor and Publisher and Mrs. Stuart Anderson of Englewood Army Air Field, of your appeal for will accompany the requesT!

,1r 1 A graduate of Venice- the donation by the governmentof War Assets Administration, *

I I Nokomis high school, where she the chapel at Venice Army Air gested by the U. S. Engineer e4

I Letters to the Editor IRf I G A M served last year as secretary- Field for use as a Catholic churchin fidal. It will be sent to Wash?,,

FAAAAA. W. IN librarian, she also attended Flor- your community. .. next week

Editor Gondolier Ida Southern college. -

Dear Sir: Czerwinski is the son of Mr
We don't know much about fish-
I' I I suggest "Palmer" as a name and Mrs. Charles Czerwinski, sr., We Have Just Received a Shipment
ing (our last such experience occurred of
for the proposed new county, as I I of Englewood and Kingston, N. Y.
one stormy night during the
a believe the Palmer family were An ex-navy man, he is now associated PLUMBING SUPPLIES
tarpon tourney. when we went out
about the first to realize the attractions with his father in the
with Byron Jones and Jimmy
and possibilities of our contracting business in Englewood -
Several Scarce
Thomas aboard Ben Dunn'sIlss Including Items
location and climate as a winter .
Carolina with "Monk" Roberts
resort. POULTRY WIRE, 3, 4, AND 5-FOOT
as guide, and returned about five o
The Palmers
were early owners
hours later without having even
of most of our section. They selected -
so much as thrown a line over Venice Bowlakade TAYLOR HARDWARE
Osprey as the site of their own
board, on account of because'Monk" ,
M winter home, which was the showplace Women's LeagueTeam 203 W. Venice Ave.
explained, the lightningscares Photo
'y' of our section of the West
the fish and they were hid-
Coast for many )'ears.
down deep below somewhere.)
ing W L Pine
I believe members of the Palmer I
+ Anyway, we're just relaying Trailer Turk e 0 31:4D.
family introduced Mike Evans to
this story Seems Mrs. C J. Rid- If'_ Seri ire S 1 32wlie.alukade
Venice, and he developed Eagle I .. I I 2731 Why let defective plumbing In.
wife of the meat market
Point as the first resort in our sec- enour, Venice Garage 2 e Stl'j terfere with the livability of your

tion. I also think the Palmers man at the Venice Food Shop, one x..tI"d .. 1 G 3164 home, or the efficiency of your

. .. named Venice and were responsible day recently was fishing for 'olin Orlll 1 a 2So7. business, when a phone call to ua M447
off 'the Stone Grove Results this meek: ifluknde defeated
I'If",. for the first hard-surfaced snapper Palm iin trill. 2 to 1: WuIC' Serr- will bring you speedy, dependable
: road to Venice bridge She was using live bait. dafented'enirr <,arufiller \ ., a tu 0: service?
, Hauling in her line after gettinga lurk ilif.uUJ .tI.\\'oud..
As I recall, in 1920, Mr W, B 3toe.
f' Suils was living within what is strong bite, to her surprise she AVERAGES C. W. McKINNEY
Compiled by Mary Lou Raeburn
discovered she had hooked and
} now the city limits of Venice and League Secretary)

\. may rank as Venice's oldest resident landed a three-pound mullet. hanle\, Irallir Park 13\: VENICE PLUMBING SHOPPhone
Commented her husband, tellingus K.wgler'rnler nag 1.13
How about it, W B 7 \arren Knnlukaileurunud 1g
r about it "Its ,'ery'unusual (' Wolfs '. 2153 Venice
Some of the "old-timers" who : a I".tahy. Tnihr, ark" '"Ie .118 118 p. o. Box 11
f thing to catch a mullet on a hook;
are more familiar with the history 1>a"M. \\1d1. 117

,.: I_ of our section than I am may wish particularly. using live bait. They- I.lull VI.,ijun, Nertleu..d, Truiir. Park 117 Itghr
'\ c got the reputation of never bit \ X..tl..d 116
: to comment and make corrections I
\ got to use nets to get Iluk. Nestlwe.sl 110
ing jou've
to the above I \Vrrd.'. Trailer lark 1018
'em." William; I. raIn Orlll 1118
HERMAN A. MYERS ,A. 'u.I. x .tI,w.d lug.' CLEARANCE SALE
I1..ndir. Tidier lark 1115
Watch Hill, R, I. not necessarily indicate that I am VVrlBhtnl\ a )11.

I in favor of creation of the new Pratt. Curia li, wlakadiM Palm i,rill 102 1112 All Wearing Apparel Marked Down

Editor, Gondolier county. Like Mr. C. K. Callahamof Hi""eth. Venice Oura8e| Slit''va'por

Dear Sir: Charlotte, North Carolina, whose \\'ll.I..n., Point\V olf'a t.rlll 98 1'7 DRESSES SLACK SUITS HALTERSWOMEN'S

I f *"I In the issue of the Venice Gondolier -' letter appears in ;jour Friday, Adrian T..r'hlona.aim U.iwl drill kade Poll 88 AND CHILDREN'S PANTIES

1 of Friday, August 2, 1946, August 2, issue, I want to know T. Smith, Venire tmralre $0
"Lefty" 1":11)kendall Vlin. 53:
you state that I "lean toward the all the advantages and disadvan- ..hum, Him < rill Overage U ,

new county idea," If you will recall tages of this plan before I endorseor Ilndahl'. NtKtlrHoi liiulakadeLumle 82 OPEN 5 P. M. TO 6 P. M.
: 1 > 79Crary
; I merely sent in the printed disapprove it. Venire enrage i9

'. blank stating that I was in favor I trust that this letter will serve kalwr li.'slakade 80I ALL DAY SATURDAY

of a creation of a commission to to clarify my position in this matter -

I investigate the feasibility of dividing *

Nti. Sarasota county, which does PAUL, HARRISON I CLASSIFIEDADS I NedIewooJ qlJi SI p

I .
(Jo i word ;Ire -it -words, le each 217 West Venice Avenue

,:.. EXPERIENCED PLUMBERS additional' word. Minimum charge, III
[5c. Cash with Ad Special rates
lor more than one Insertion of the
: l lama ad Ada will be .eeeptid over
the telephone (2981) up to o p. m.
"Dependable Plumbing That Will Stand Inspection"J. fhunday, with understanding advertner .
will remit payment prompt.

t J. (Joe) G. L (Kin)

ROLLER 1'11A rEM, Lost In nr near
UexHll drug st..,e last \Vrdnrnli
Mohler Bldj. Please return t" Murtha .\,n U".louo'k.
Temporary Phone Venlee Land Co. office' 110( South :Xo.
f'ty kon'l a\' nu..
313 W. Venice Ave. VENICE 2172

LISsII"'S "111.1.<,"
Ts. Pet _II '''I\t'r. Like new $5.Ire.; .ar.,
81111"on, Venice rust ((fire.
A Privilege to Live In Florida
LA 11m. !!' VictoryLlcrele., 323, Mrs.
r e Ah \lurthy, "'enio. I'ot Ufflre.
A Distinction to Live In Venice


If mAo radIo repaIr
mlln. sax Z. Uond"IIo'r,
A \.CI3i.'N(ril 'c and free drmnei f"r
Manner ""Il1g and lIlnll' our J"d.rn
New Yo.k drrse.. 'r inCorm.
VENICE t atlon. wrlta I.h'rn .
FLORIDA Manner 1' l1.
aox :08,
Tampa, 'Ia.
N I Where the Tamlaml Trail Meets the
Open Gulf WANTED

\'I'TI'P.AX WANTS to buy
1lano Box
C. ( .

Also lawns work oC allkinde, Every business man is interested in find

SUBSCRIPTION ORDER of I'hlln('"ntll.t 2603 eIluntgneryt't, eniearere ing out how he can increase his sales. The

VENICE GONDOLIER, answer is advertising. In Venice the an-

t P.Venice O, Box, Florida.632, WANT In.,.,Venice."n TO 5 or BUY Prefer 8 room on Cottage RENT or for house next swer is the Gondolier. The Gondolier is

f' place lIIu.t. ben' about mind an'mpro"IIIR see oC a practical, inexpensive, thoroughly effec-

Please send me THE VENICE Pay reasonable a. can't tive medium to
GONDOLIER for one tlon. Inflation prle. Give d..rlp. for the message you want
Would like
A% rite Immediately snapshot 01 1lac. bring before the Call today and
year ($250) -, six months ($150)All (inndnlfer. Venle. Box 13f'nlce public. us

or three months ($1) ...___, find out more about it. Phone 2961.

(Check which) WANTED . .

( subscriptions must be paid In advance) Houses and Buildings'OF

Name ALL TYPES Venice GondolierPUBLISHED

Address To Move or Wreck


Inquire Club La Tend., Venice


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August 18, 1948 VENICE

Page 3

[tier Semone C. OF C. Beauty ,
Shop Name
LABOR DAY Reach ticket patrol Charles Vrede
To Return (Continued and Rev H. Mauriec Felton
i Pall 1) To Be Chosen Refrigeration, A Kafoer Freddie
with headquarters in Quincy Fla. K.r'
[Tennessee In Maryland By Next FridayLucile (Continued from Page 1) Refreshment, Frank Ilaehurn, chairman .
formation by writing to him at ; omar Andiron and Gerald
HOI Semones, who has oper- Later, Beach served for eight Nokomis. Curuood

1 jeWelry store In Venice dur- years as manager of the Wicomico son announced Blalock and Trixie Nel- Committees Green Englewood George pArticipation\Veld llajward
yesterday that the
L past few years, Is prepar- County Chamber at Salisbury, Committee Publicity. Carroll Williams chairman -
name chosen for their appontments announced -
Md. and new beauty ; Boyd Sharp and llvurgeelile.
his stock and fixtures then for two
move years was by
shop at 223 West Miami avenue Sharp, in addition to
home at McMinn- publicity director for
i former the resort will be disclosed in next Friday's I those previously named, included -
Tenn. I community of Ocean City, Md., Gondolier.The :
and Mrs. Semones closed where he also acted as correspond. Fish fry, 'Mcmk" Howard rhnlr.
r name contest they conducted mAn Barley Whitaker, SCHEDULE
I ent for newspapers In J. )) Tall,
store for the summer last Philadelphia which ended at midnight last WillArd Taylor. Jimmy Thomat and Mr.. Dorothy Fields Postmaster
I He has been staying at Me- I Baltimore and Washington.He night, brought in Tommy Wrede. INCOMING MAIL
numerous en- Field events nick niih,
rhiilrmnn Noon 6pm.
[vllle since then, but Mrs and Mrs. Beach have been tries for consideration by the Freddie Leo Hlngo and Ralph tilmpum Sunday 11:30 a.m.
nee took a vacation trip to making their home in Venice for judges. A $15 Aviation, Tommy 'ttrede, Boyd OUTGOING MAIL
permanent will
wave Shurll.
8U: a m 1:45: p.m.
'co City and Los Angeles. past several months. go to the first person who suggested Hurra racing, Richard ('urrl', need Sunday, 11 45 a.m. ,
e Semones returned to Venice Authorize Sign/ the winning name. niarkhurn Blackburn,, henry hllllpi, Boater Windows open: Parcel post and I.
etnmps a a.m. tl6
p.m.; money
f Sunday and expect to leave At last Lliildon and polio terry Peitotnlk, order, Sam. to 6:30: p.m. Saturdays -
McMmnville about September meeting, the directors chairman; Lout Adorjun all windows, S a.m. to 12:10
authorized George SETS RECORD Cooking (volunieern: ) Hay ward p.m.
Hige "
Green. Monk' Howard, Uu>d Sharp,
and his sign committee to go ".namplon pinsetters of the I T-- Wrrdr.

I ahead with erection of a large Venice Bowlakade alleys" was the

neon-lighted arrow sign at the intersection title held this week by 14-year-
P. O. BOX 42
NEW of Tamiaml Trail and old Thomas Everett Pratt. The

Venice avenue. It will point in youngster gained the title last Sun- t

PHONENUMBERS the direction of the beach and day afternoon and evening whenhe

will bear the letters, on both sides: set a total of 65 lines, bettering BOLDT AND SONS

"City of Venice, Gulf Beach 7 the: best previous mark by 15

Blocks." ines. Plumbing Waterproofing

Lsmce Lphont the directory, last ,'issuance Mvaral listings of the The directors extended a vote Painting, Exterior and Interior

|.v noed> been Next mad'issue of or the numbers dlr.ct. I of thanks to R. L. Potts and H L. Train and BusSchedules Carpenter Work Steel Fabrication

n not scheduled to appear until i Stancil, local garage men, for

it Ui Jinuiry.or .or'I'p'OO''number your donation of the metal arrow sign
ttd heroin it nominal coit. Call framework.A Leave ;Northbound ..... ....... 6.15 a m. FREE ESTIMATES
hi 1 for further Information.) Arrive from Tampa ............... 6'40 p.m.
Eldt and Sons .................... 3533 vote of thanks also was extended TAMIAMI TRAILWAYS

wlakade ....._._.. 2661 to James A. Hightower and Northbound Southbound 12.30 am +111111 II 11111111111111 U, I II 1111 fll. I t 11111t IIIi
ndolier ...?.?_.._..?.._... 2961 Carroll H. Williams for their work 3:13 a m. 1:25: a.m.
reen's Fuel .._.....__...... 2372 in preparing the house numbering f.:JO a.m. I INVEST IN A
5t t Office .........__ 2604 which DJilam. nitty's Tavern ......._.....- 2163 system was recently accepted ((Prom Englewood) p.m. VENICE
ylor Hardware ..._._.. 2892 as official by the city council, 11:20: a.m. 1:40 p.m,
4 15 p.m. I Homeiltes On Bay And Gulf Investment Properties -
oodard's Luncheonette.. 3481 and to Mrs. Williams for her work 1:50 p.m. To Englewood)
since Sheehan went on leave. 2.JO p.m. (Ferry-St. Pete) (To EnTampa Acreage Farms Rentals
( ) glewood)
4'M n m. 4.40 p,m.
7.I'd P m. 6.20 p.m. RICHARD H. GEDNEY
"Teddie" Jackson 111pm.: 1:30: p.m
Watch 9:15 pmDECORATING ,
Dies In North RefUtfud REAL ESTATE BvJui

Repairing Venice friends this week learn- Box 261 Phone 3311

ed of the death last Saturday at Theatre Building Venice, Fla.

Hauppauge, Long Island, of Theodore +++++++++++++111111 tt++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
JW. Require ONLY fromI
Havemeyer Jackson, 24-year-
to 10 Days to Complete
old son of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesH.
| Repairs on ANY Watch.
Jackson of Casey's Key (Trea-
Only Genuine Parts. sure Island) and Hauppauge. He Electric Fans ;

Used had been ill for some time.

All Work Guaranteed Teddie," as he was known to .
Cool With One of
nearly all local residents, also is PI
J. C. CASHAt survived by a brother, Frederick These Silent, 8-Inch Revolving 1.

Jackson of Long Island; and two F. M. LANIUS Coxn13VnIe Fins. Only a Few Left, So Come :; aR

the sisters, Mrs. Walter L. Worrall In For Yourt Today

|TROPIC GIFT and Mrs. Theodore Yachek (the
SHOP ..aialfldl3 .
308 MAIN ST.SARA80TA. former Carlotta Jackson), of "3/ Blocks To The Beach"
Cherry Point, N. C. He was the
grandson of E. C Potter of New Gulf ViewApartments

-01m York City. Pelican Pick-Up Rake $2.25 ,

closing my Venice store. SISTER HERE 3 Rooms and Bath Just "sweep" your lawnIt

pei recommend good work.Mr. Cash. He Mrs. Harry Jenkins of Ruther- SUMMER-RATES: Grabs and Picks Up Grass and Leaves

fordton, N. C., is a guest of her
.> Semones the. Jeweler sister, Mrs. George H. Read, at the $50 MONTHP.

Worthington Apartments. 0. Box 6037; Venice VENICE LUMBER CO.
Phone Venice 2961 412 East Venice Ave., Near Seaboard Depot Venice 2632
Reservations Now

Being Accepted Z


,q MUSIC -I Open AboutSeptember

432 Armada Road South NGTRIMNTC 1

Each unit contains living room, bedroom (twin beds), Dinette, u mum
kitchenette and bath. J Everything In Music For All,
Write DAN D. OPRI8IU, Box 218, Venice Florida

i 3-Year-Old Child-Student From to a Virtuoso



fr r1 ALPHA will render courteous and
10 _oJ prompt service at all times. Here you

will always find prices the same'as thosein
Sarasota, Tampa, or Jacksonville.


y We Will Carry A Complete
Stock Just Aa Soon Aa AvailableALPHA


AUTHORIZED ERCOUPE DEALERS 307 West Venice Avenue VENICE Opposite Gulf Theatre.l

VENICE 2551 P. O. Box 2" SARASOTA 630



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Pace 4 VZNiCI: GONDOLIER Friday, "

out one or two squads are so I Engagement Of CHURCH SCHOOLS SENTENCED
dominate the league H.. C. :
strong they : Stevenson
Daughter Revealed (Continued from Face 1) of peql
scratch, Monday was
While will be from
( from Page 1) Hightower and Mrs. M. Rennick 15 sentenct41411\1t
days, the first half of the fall with no handicaps being set up Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hauser To Direct Work days on cityvkwfTdgU'ltybyM

league to run for nine weeks. It as was the case in the summer of Venice By-Way have an- Mrs. Blalock, superintendentof &S
was agreed that, at the end of the nounced the engagement of their city court u
league, it was decided that any the church's children's division, al
first half, re-organization of teams daughter, Grace Harriet, to Wil- drunkenness, Stevenson
will direct activities of the fol-
absentee would be allotted a flat nle
would be arranged in case it turns liam Drew S. Bellamy, grandsonof rested by Chief Of PolJce
total of 125 each regardlessof of lowing Pestotnik
game Mrs. Minnie L. Bellamy following < ,'
1 Workers with nursery and beginners -
what his average happens to Hollywood, Fla : Mrs. Thomas Birdsong, downtown last Sunday

; BOWL be. Miss Hauser and Bellamy are Mrs. M. Rennick, Mrs. B. E. Bowen -
1 However, little or no absenteeism both attending Bob Jones collegeat Miss Mary Ann Lanier.

For is anticipated, inasmuch as it Cleveland, Tenn. She has Just i Workers with primary children:
completed her freshman year, H S. Bowden Mrs. Alvin PLUMBING.IHEATC
also was decided the teams, at the Mrs. ,
while he is a member of the jun- AND
Jones Miss Reba Jones. REPAIR
FUNl' ,
i option of the individual captains, $
"No Job
ior class
may be composed of six men. Although Workers with junior children: Too Small.Venice Urge., Nok'
only five would bowl in I Mrs Kenneth Richards, Miss Ruby 2315 Sarasota 1p
anyone game, each of the six men NEW DOCTORContinued Rigby, Miss Virginia Bowden.

would be considered a regular
member of the squad.to. ( from Page 1))
to bring the"Blue Dawn"here and ANNOUNCEMENT!
will make his home aboard her,

probably tying up at or near Ven- Since opening our store, we have been handicapped b l
ice Inlet. Inability to secure such scarce Item as butter, cleo, cheat*,*_1
Loves Yachting We are now having deliveries of these and other hal,
Get up a party and come In get merchandise and will be glad to let our customers have I
for an afternoon or evening of Dr. Hoeppner confesses cheer- pound of oleo and other scarce items with their orders for.?/
fully that he decided to transferhis cerles.Gtwufi. |
fun and healthful exercise.
medical activities to Venice
probably as much because of his Calk and St"
OPEN 1 P. M. TO 11 P. M. eallluf
love for yachting as the fact that

K CLUBLADIES he knew another physician was 301 W. Venice Ave., Corner of NassauThe Phone JUt
VENICE needed hereVenices .
Optn 12 Noon to 12 Midnight slogan, "Where the
BOWLAKADE Sundiyti 1p. m. to I p,m. Tamiami Trail Meets the Open
North Nauau St J. F. Keys
Venice Prop. Gulf of Mexico," intrigued him,
him, he said, because proximityto
the open gulf was Just what he

and the "Blue Dawn" wanted. Although -
,, he first 1m'estigated the

SMITTY'SCOCKTAIL possibilities of Bradenton and PALM BEAUTY SHOP
Sarasota, he finally chose Veniceas
LOUNGE CLOSED the site for his new clinic.

UNTIL SATURDAY, AUG. 24 "Why, it's marvelous here!" he 208 St. Augustine Ave.
exclaimed. 'VenUe has everything -
," Venice

PACKAGE STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN His enthusiasm was shared by
his nurse, Mrs Iris Pitton of Tampa WILL BE CLOSED
I. 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. Weekdays 1 to 7 p. m. SundaysSmitty's who came with him to Ven-

ice yesterday to aid In making During the Month of

a > Tavern arrangements to open the clinic. AUGUST
''It'i wonderful," she chimed in.
+ 125 South Tamlaml Trail VENICE "I don't see why it won't eventually -

+ grow to be larger than Miami'' i

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: .

; Now Accepting Reservations



8 Efficiency ApartmentsEach


( has private bath)

STy +


Located At 311 1-2 West Venice Avenue

i (Mohler Building)

Convenient to Business
"Ix District, Recreation Center and

Only 4>/ Blocks from Mainland Beach



y $400 FOR THE
(Six Months)

O .



Robert S. Baynard VENICE .
PRESIDENT FrankDe Roebuck