Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00069
 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: June 6, 1947
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: UF00079934:00069
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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,A ion Wo School For Venice'--Kimbrough; Movie Show I:

(a I County Board May Increase School To Be Held

1 fiirst 1 Tax Rate to Full 10-Mill Limit Next Week I:!

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" superintendentOpposes Despite yesterday afternoon'
10it1the matter Tax Boost Looms
sudden torrential rainfall, that J
e, the city
Any New brought 1.93 Inches to Venice in 1
night refusa V.B.A. LUNCHEON Despite DoublingOf
less than one hour, the initial ,.I:

Finn first Casper-read- Building NowIn MEETING TUESDAYWith State Aid event of the summer recreational r,

program a community picnic at
sanitation members invited to
the opinion of Verman Kim- bring guests 'a luncheon meet- Although state aid to counties Venice Beach was held last eve 1.1!

aced the ordianation brougn: county superintendent of Ing of the Venice Business Association Is supposed to be virtually doubled ning as scheduled. I i
public Instruction there Is little will be held at 12 under the new state school A good-sized crowd turned out I '

ae request that of prospect of a new high school for noon next Tuesday June 10, code nevertheless Sarasota County for an enjoyable time despite the t '

Venice. Certainly not now; pos at the Tarpon Center Restaurant taxpayers may find a major threatening weather participating
sanitary of.in
_ sibly never. Increase this year In their county in informal entertain
effect, made '
'-health laws or Nor will Kimbrough recom- O L. Klncald. V.B.A. boardof school taxes. ment and an old-fashioned com l
mend construction of an elementary munity sing.
violation ofuch governors chairman said Verman Klmbrough county superintendent '
school in Venice so long as' principal business to be dis- of public instruction Next event to be staged will bea \ I

offenses there are schools with available cussed will be the "new school has asked the school boardIf "movie show," to be held at 8 f

more quickly space at Laurel and Nokomis. for Venice" situation. It would be willing to jump pm next Tuesday at the beach I.:

These "no school at all for Ven the school tax levy from last weather permitting. It was announced
Ing offenders I
's municipal Ice" developments came at last year's six and three-quarter mill last night by Jack Wilkinson !

Mving to take Tuesday's meeting of the school Major Wm. Jonas rate to the full 10 mills allowable general chairman of the : I
board In Sarasota. after a dele under state law, if the extra state recreational program committee
for circuit court
gation from Venice presented arguments New President of aid doesn't materialize. The board In event of rain the "movies" will I,
In favor of Immediate has assured him it would accord- be shown In the Recreation Hall

Immediatecity construction of an elementary Englewood C. of C. ing to Perry Hayes Venice memo at the Venice Bay Trailer Park. :

a ordl school here. ber. Bang! Banc! l'I

duplicate existing Death Knell Major William Jonas, retired $165,853 More Wilkinson said a feature length
; I t
sanlta Kimbrough said In effect thatIt Army medical officer was elected Sarasota County will receive "'"western" a cartoon and a news- ,

i page five) is tils conviction that the new I president of the Englewood additional state aid this year reel will be shown, with only a t''

y ly adopted state school code rings Chamber of Commerce at a meetIng amounting to (165,853. it was estimated nominal admission fee to be III
f '
the death knell for any hope of the directors held in Community this week by Colin Ehgllsh. charged.

Produce Venice might have for a new clubhouse last Wednes- state superintendent of public I Next Friday night also at 8 :,

Cars high school here. day night He succeeds Col. Doug Instruction. This will make a o'clock an "Amateur Night" program I

Although stating he didn't< las Graham. total of 1337.867 in state aid for will be staged at the trailer +

jrs necessarily favor such a step the Colonel Graham, only recently this county. Recreation Hall, through the Ii Iipark

county superintendent predictedIt elected to the presidency of the English estimated that between courtesy of Mr. and Mrs H, p

of cucumI Is only a matter of time nevertheless Englewood C. of C.. submitted his 36 and 37 million dollars of state Kuykendall. Anyone desiring to ;

before secondary grade resignation a few days ago, explaining funds will be made available to participate is urged to get In
I from Venice by I
duce Exchange 'students from Venice. Nokomis that tie has been called the counties under the new mini- touch with Paul Goldenstein, .j'l'

Englewood Laurel and all other away from the community for an mum foundation program passedby phone 2663. immediately. I''
it the largest
communities in the county will Indefinite period.'The resignationwas the legislature. About 75 per I:

ce before this week the be compelled to attend Sarasota accepted with regret and a cent of this amount, tie said will Nearly 300 Attend :

High School "because of better vote of thanks was tendered. him go to teachers' salaries

,local manager facilities. The state will Insiston for his services. Doubles State Effort Funeral of 1'

this procedure in the not too Major Jonas, a member of No- "This represents a doubling of
shipments distant future he believes as part Vel Post No. 159 of the American the state effort," English declared Dr. Mary Green ,

at least 55 (Continued on page two) LegIon, has been a resident' of 'with the 67 counties due to '
fc? had sufficient final to ;
Paying their respects a
Englewood for the past year. receive about 18 million dollars
able. Free Music Clinic Oscar Anderson of the Lemon In additional state funds." woman who had been a leading
force In the community for 28
; expect to have
Bay Fisheries was elected a director However, KImbroug-h, accordingto
general pro- and was named by Major years, nearly 300 persons last
For ChildrenIs Hayes, asked the board how
afternoon attended funeral
L Sunday
'Freeman said Jonas to serve as publicity chair Continued on page five)
made to help services at Englewood Cemetery
ProposedPlans man succeeding the late Dr
labor" prob- Mary W. Green i for Miss Mary Wolcott
several Bowlers to Meet Green, 78, who died suddenly at
g new A resolution deploring Dr.
establish "free
to a music
Land negroes at clinic" for children of Venice Green's death and pointing out Saturday Night to her home in Englewood last Fri I
east of Venice how
( and vicinity 'whose parents can faithfully and unselfishlyshe day.The
01 lumber are not afford to provide private instruction had served the entire community Form New Leagues Rev. H. Maurlece Felton.
of the Venlce-NokomU
he said pastor '
for them were discussedat during her quarter of a
ks have alto century's residence in Englewood, Methodist Church, conducted i :
a meeting/ of musicians and To discuss formation of bothmen's services I
the farm was adopted by the directors. graveside
music lovers at the Chamber of and women's summer bowl-
Bros. Miss Green a native of Athens ,
gel Con-
of Venice. Commerce last Tuesday evening. VeniceArcadiaRoad I Ing leagues, a meeting will beheld Pennsylvania, formerly I

Manhattan Paul Ooldenstein local music at the Venice Bowlakade taught school in New York City ,;

teacher, called the meeting to tomorrow Saturday, night start- Later she became principal of. .
I superintendent, DesignatedAs I
st week after discuss the proposal Those pres- Ing at 7:30.: Special mixed doubles Bradenton High School a position -
n of the cull ent voiced approval of the Idea State HighwayThe I matches will be held after she held for several years.

ll from Venice although suggesting that actionbe the meeting She attended Syracuse University.IJ ,

deferred until next fall. bill passed by the legislature Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan league where she had received her doc- ,;1

Ooldenstein later that tame designating the proposed secretary, called the meeting and tor's degree 'In literature ':

evening appeared at the city Venice-Arcadia "short cut" roadas urgd all bowlers Interested in for Prominent in civic and club at-
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council meeting in the city hall. a state highway last week be- mation of summer leagues to falls, she was: active In the Englewood t

He asked whether the council came law without Governor Millard make a special effort In attend. Woman's Club and the

i RAINFALL would grant use once a week or Caldwell's signature. i Golden trophies donated by Jim Rebekah Lodge Among those attending

.h Low InchM so of space In' the new Civic Auditorium Efforts now will be concen- 'Keys and George Botts will be the funeral were memo

? 1.47 which will soon be moved trated on getting the State Road presented to the Venice Food bers of the Triple Links from

8872 0.00 from Venice Army Air Fieldto Department to survey the routeas Shop keglers champions of the Sarasota. a.
'N 87 72 0.00 '
., ._............. 147 a city park site on West Ven- soon as possible proponents of recently concluded men's league, Survivors Include a sister Mrs.
80 66 0.12 ice avenue near Harbor drive. the road movement said. Ownersof during the meeting A large tro- E. B. Freese; a nephew. Harry C. .

88 68 000 After a' brief discussion Dr. property to be traversed by the phy will go to the sponsor H. S. Green; a great-niece Mrs. Harold J

v 88 71 0.00 Thompson council president assured highway already shave promisedto Bowden, and individual engraved French, and a great-nephew, '
90 67 0.02
Goldenstein the council furnish necessary rightsofway. trophies will be given to each Hayward S. Green, all of Englewood ..
88 88 1.113 I
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1f.' U of a new school 'n1' NEW OIL WELL OPEIttMl

'NO SCHOOL' construction Venice. PAST: mo OOO. unl\ TALLAHASSEE FNS) State I RFL ehBE.

I K.mbrou aligned WffleU Building permit !issued Geologist Herman Gunter announces ..
.. Continued\ from pate ones' first fl\e itkrceyMai
: consolidation'program ".....1 the four clt.sen. who Ven.ce d-rw; the that report received 1 ,
f of Its general "until construction of XM7 ftakd I1W.710 .- Oil 3t
:n favor of waiting months i from the Humble Company
st down." Emphatically was reported >ester. I Attar
school costs come to hothat Its new well In the at Sad
elementary: -
AJ to a yew he would: Supervisor: Psltigt !-
he declared day DJC.ty Ycstc
( 1r."enice. Kiffl&roufh waved 'Sunniland Field 'Collier Counlty +tPont
,...de statistics showing there are ]'not recommend alnew con H MalloryLai'st ; l issued I '. known as.No. 5. began producing j fine. &
board un
school tntle permit
the :
73 students from Venice in the ftructlcn last week with a flow of j
come down ma- January 1. he *ld. eor. \-
til building :nce
tl to barrels day. Humble
Laurel: school as compared bock over 500 a
-. If he thouht'en. its '(100: concrete
triai:! even :he
Laurel itself and 26 other wells In the
r..y 14 from has three same
',. ; school at this, being built for TIME ON
ice needed a new tuc: ure now 101,
,::m "om1. area that producing, approxl-
: he made It plain he Thompson at the
'IIluc:1 T S
:lone Dr
He also waved a :de the recent and stately 500 barrels a day com. I
,, r j : ','-::.:c B..fr.e: Avociatton poll doe-n't. nonha<: corner of Venice binc-d. Better than a thousand I

... A.k, i when "one two three |I' Xokomis avenues.ptmn .
;UJ -.ch B6 cue: of 160 vote :!< bar:e's" per day are now being

:1.. !t''J i '.,ee ca''. :r. favor of immediate: cur. or five year from no\\ p:dtced; from this fteld.
; ..................................4 ht expect construction coats refund i Have You
;' oil'\ euine down. Kirabrough: after the matingFor Eve
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BusinessAND :o hazard more than a guess I i' i hs- RADIOSREPAIRED SnooketjIt's
: : I : year !rue school: be.d:
.j ; i iProfessional maybe: in three years"D. '
: dangled! vasue prom"e> cf a r. *
j, ." .I ;. I: C Kickluer. c.iaiiman of ; .ugh school for Venice c-fc: OPEN r A M. TO t P.M. ] I I1T'

tr.-: school board shut off the di,- ; .' .
I ,( ; II SO.t: K.mbiough admit-; rTh Sr i.
Directory cu,sion with a statement that h! :r
we'll t\'- r ;- tnew .'
; : .. ; : highly unlikely ;
I .. t .,...." .." .,....... would not tote to build a school ,! high school and he *:No aa O \.1.. i' .of;>"'f'he1\r Ir ,R t
......' m Venice unless and until state mils that ;ill Is office has den: .. : :ng Gamer I ,
I officials recommended such ac- : :; #J .ti
::1 i J( [; E. BLADES. M.D. up no definite long rainrc ,. :.

'i M Augustine A\r. ., Lon :making provision for .1-:; a [ IC'
", l'l'H'I: Ofr:(r 3J51-Home 345 At any rate he said In Juttifi-, .chool. or any school hf- Venice Radio Service

; 10.11. J to S. Except non of his belief that: action Phone' 2672 8 B or"\.t
In other trordc. :u somehate '
and Sjturdav '[ I should be deferred until after thi : '31 \\'. \rn.te Ave. Venice \\'rr:om:
I Ia'e <1Ipooctc-d for )'part t ih--- ,
-: make a ;\lrl'phere nex' |
t>(.er J keeping u. on a m I ir-K
ai:) all that the trustees of ,
P. O OFING 1 rruid ..bbing at a cold: : :P..
R i \".' ", ,: ,: AD: X.r.c!= 5-hoo; : D:'trct S 'H 8. 8o\ d-n Lat .. .ar.j :: g'r there in th* f.-: Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof EfconJ
.1 I Alvin: Jones and Frank Black
ALMV P. JONES burn have asked of the count I JICHV! :: a' :at we icr. -\ ii-J- ('O IEIS-IUUIi'?

Phone IC81 I na:!"'I': \\.C': '". -'find-tr.a1 '!' vor Tilt i'LNE I
beard .s that: they be petmitud
._ to la.k11':1: the stale nffcials'' rhn(). b r.: d ,' ".. ir.Nr.*:.:! ALMOST I LIB H>t|

t \'lr'1! :the 'urv-y i Im ,de. Tl.iK" dv.nc u.1 -i... ; : .1. V-n.ci: -:; rEgWE FROM THE AIR P' -XJ,r5r
Midget Calendar ha been 'f- t > y a-: c K, ::-d to ch" i
request: Framed ::1e sad:
jf M;.' Ruth C. Butler anotlvibiad It ma'o.. t-! :,' vi shall: h.t.i LEARNED FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS
r -.... Cltv; rim Approved School ("on nufu. tvJ
: member ind'catid: she, to) :o app-al : ::< :.'1 of j-j-tumd '

'....-..,'JI. would: stand back of Kmbrough: fan pay or Sarasota cityct : J & J AIRCRAFT. l\1F ([

.. .. ,: '. 1.. I :or"*- qUt'ntJ. \\' P. 'Perr)'" 'rc help: .- g.- a fcnoc! inivncu"

.::.-..--'1"H.J, -___ Hay',-. Venice member of the \ : 0. Jester P. O. Box 291 UJ
( "ounty foreseeing certain Comment CVy A'.tornoyJraiwtll
\ \ \. ,,-ff.\t if ;ate moved that the I -

ward !instruct Kimbicush to pro 'It
seems obMojthat Venice
f-ed w.th! construction of an elementary PINES HOTEL
fill not .
get a school M long ailr.
- -" school here made no a'rnpt & .
K-mfcrourh and the school
H'I 94' to make -uch a motion. ward' VENICE, FLORIDA:
1 4 ,6 1 Thf Venice maintain their present at-
> leetation) \\a< "
J 5 9 10 II Ii 'I 14 'ti'Itude 100 ROOMS: WITH PRIVATK PITH
IS 16 r, .5 :omposod of three members of the !
1q so &I i Commented
\',3Hhool Editor \vuiitms- Te'.eplinne: ', Fan and Stram Brat
sstyy16s7ISi committtee: City '
fight ha Just '.
i 10L Attorney %[. A BI'I''I'II. City f,,eel I sure Venice started! \\ Special Reduced Summer Rates Now IhE
C. u n r i 11 I man Finn t parrllt.111 n<"
/ 'perwn. meekly agree to $15 Per Wcel $25 Per Week !,
14"I id enroll: !: H. \\'IDam'dao continue n-nd-: : Snglc -
I II if ?ng their)
I I : I. Ti'". 00'1r"I! r children t to jciiooi: 1* In COCKTAIL LOTTNOE. OUTSIDE PAT' In: :

I I/1' Commented Councilman 0 they cwnmumtMs "it10u!:; : e\.n SVLPKVR SWIMMING I' ;
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League Schedule. HER FIRST FISH 1411-2-lb. Catch

I.ftball of the Sarasota C .nt, Softball Still Holds LeadIn I

Venice at Payne schedule Part, Sarasota In the American with the All ?I. ni, g"INIEDNAT1ONAL Tarpon Tourney 1

Second tames start about 9 .
TARPON I the Intern"tlonal -
e TOURNis Center of activity In
Tarpon Toum: aeni.
1 Venice Loses with its 1947 automobile as a I

la) capital prize, continued to be located -
mow Overtime Game off VenIce this week, but +

To Sarasota none of the many catches broughtIn
e) 14-8
to the Tarpon Center docks to:
a es Ringo came
el.aiae.wta. After coming from behind to Welghmasttr
tie the Core at 8-all In the last anjwiere, near the i41l2-ponnl
hooked by Otto Sched- .
s.panne silver king
half of the seventh inning, the i
) ler of Milwaukee during the first
ea Yeesea City of Venice Softball team last
Julr 4AL4eTAR Wednesday night at Payne ParkIn few days of the tourney. .!

same, Sarasota lost a heartbreaker to Numerous catches were made 4

) the City of Sarasota squad, 14-8, during the week, with several l'
In the ninth frame. residents of this area being ,

ley Ina ise3 ) The victory gave the Saraso- among the lucky anglers.

Co.GJar tans undisputed possession of Bob Shanley of Nokomis boded I

) is first place In the American division a rounder: and a SO-poundHe -

4' of the county Softball league er. was fishing with Capt. J
se tr),. with a record of four straight Woody Roberts aboard the "Ven- ;
iAn I
1&anHtoe.reet s AMERICAN SOFTBALL Ralph O Simpson, commanderof I

LEAGUE STANDINGSW No-Vel post of the American i:

l : a L Legion, boated a 7tt'/a-paundl p I
Venice.Assent City of Sarasota 4 0 beauty that Jumped five times In

Anne IS City of Venice .. ........ 2 1 a 30 minutes Mrs. Simpson landeda (
) George Betz Co. ... .. 1 1 32 Vi.pound tarpon that Jumped .1

Aanat to AMVETS ....... ...?.. 02 12 times In 18 minutes. They had '
) Land O' Sun ....... ... 0 3 Capt S. S. Blackburn as their 1,
Janu isstart. 1
victories The Venetians, with two oC Osprey ,I
# X'a"ca a a and Mrs J. T Hill
wins and only one loss, are In the most eotiusiastlc -
second place. (.
I of local tarpon anglers. add-
Play Monday Night
their already numerous
ed to
"- it 3 d waC aF3
Next game for Venice will be G r cat fld catches with Mrs. Hill getting i

their contest next Monday night, her biggest fish to date, a 98- I it:
starting at 7:30, with the George poundtr They were fishing with .,

'of BothWOMEN'S Bets team. r Capt Herbert Blackburn aboard j/
Orady Taylor and "Kin" Kin.
t the Miss Polly"MARRIED l
,"",LEAGUES cald, managers of the local II
rti soft bailers, announced that the
at meet- t r
a following firms and Individualseach In a ceremony held last Saturday I
Here Tomor- purchased one uniform: night at the Venice-Nokomls
iT NIGHT, at Venetian Cleaners, Lowe's Grocery Methodist Church with the Rev. :11
H. Maurlcce Felton officiating.
ed by Mixed
The Rexall Store, Venice- I
of Laurel became
Miss Ruby
at 8 pm Nokomis Bank, Veni<-. 1Vx>d Shop, '
.1 J the bride of Morris Curry of Nokomis -
INVITEDICE Stencil and Potts Garage, -I hi Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Mrs. Francis W Dudley of St. Petersburg Is shown above t''
t Patio Hotel, Smitty's Tavern, Al- Diggers and Lester Ball, father
with a 84!s pound tarpon boated last week off Venice and entered of the bride, were attendants
vin P Jones, Jossart-Klncald, In the current 17th Annual International Tarpon Tournament d i
and Taylor Hardware, It was the first fish of any kind that the! had ever \1
Three of the gold and blue uni- caught, she' told Venice Welghmaster, Buddy Rfngo (Photo by MRS, JACKSON DIES i,\
Harold Smith, taken at the Tarpon Center docks). FormerlY a resident of Tryon.
forms remain to be paid for and N. C., Mrs. Mary Jane Jackson
LKADE anyone willing to finance their 79, died at her home in Nokomis
purchase Is asked to contact BANK CONTRIBUTES $50 TO yesterday morning after a lengthy I'
illness Burial will be In Co-
either KIncaid or Taylor
Grill START P.-T.A. BAND FUND DRIVEFirst umbus. J<. C. Survivors Include a
The score by Innings of last I
.y son, N. B. Jackson and two
enlee Ave. Wednesday's game: daughters, Mrs. E. F. Smith of t t
TZ661 Sarasota ....". 300 500 006-14 contribution to be mad e In the current P:TA campaign Nokomis and Mrs. J. R. Kelly of '
to raise funds for
purchase of In struments for the Venice-Nokomis
Venice .........? 200 050 1008 High School band came this wed: In the form of a $50 check from Bce Ridge "
the Venice-Nokomis Bank, It was announced by B. E. Bowen. PIts .-
I T.A. president :

hr J. T. Blalock, vice-president of meeting last Tuesday. Harold R. Smith

.n Center Restaurant the bank, In handing the checkto Anyone desiring to donate to Will Be Available I

a Bowen, commented: the fund is asked to make checks In VENICE During-

VENICE INLET DOCKS "We certainly are glad to make payable to ''B E. Bowen, President June and July "

PHONE 2056 this contribution, and we hope Venice-Nokomis P-TA." ::
24 HOURS A DAY the campaign Is a success. The All Instruments acquired will PHOTOS MADE IN YOUR
effort to obtain instruments for i I remain the property of the PTA .- r

IN!CATEE UNDER FORMERLY THE MANAGEMENT OF THE FIESTA OP the band Is.very worthwhile" I ., to be used by future high Call 2056 t

Bowen also announced receipt school band members, as well as
A.M. to 2:30: P.M. of a check for $217 for the fund !the 100 youngsters who signed up
9 PM. to 3 A.M. from the county school board'i(::1 just before school ended last II j
which voted the week. .


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I construction of a new school in
'NO Venice PAST flOO 000>LARK TALLAHASSEE FNS State' Mrs. R, R. Shan'ey: of j

." i from page one' j Kimbrough aligned himself I Bui:d:Kg permits I issued Ji Geologist Herman Gunter an-I Beach underwent: a su

1 wS1 the four citizens who \oedl the first five received
-' r : of its general) con olidatlon I Venice; d nn nources that report major operation la
favor of waiting until construction :.atd! I:03 7
11n I months of 1947 to ; Ol Company
.. program the Humbe:
r As to i new elementary! wrhool costs come do .-n." Em I 710.60. it was reported )e :er. : well In the Attaches at Sara a y
I."I; pha icall> he declared he would: I Supervisor Pail show that its new
waved b C.ty 7
;. m'e11Jce, K-mbrough con day > 'Sum:land Field, Coller: Coun- yesterday reported >-, u ]
there are not recommtnd Any new I Ia H Mallory;) oil
statistic Chewing ;
t Mid
Vo, 5. began pro-
board. Ity., known as
until l
;yi 11 *l student fromenice in the itructlon by the school : La:jest single: permit issuedsince last week! wit.;lt a flow of
.; f laurel 'chool as compared to building costs come down rrateriah January 1. he said coirs (
'. ,t only <* from> Laurel itself and :6 : ', even if he thought Venice the $15 I 000 concrete tock: ever 500 barrels a day
: needed a new school at this built: for i has three other wells! in the same TIME ON l'Ol'R
,, from okoma.t : I( 1 uc ure row lI\xns1?
/ :ant "lv.ci; he made It plan heI the area that are producing approximatelY -
r H# alto waved aside the recrt Dr. T S. Thompson
barrels day comb -
500 a
'. s Venice Bjsiie Association poll dje / nt-d\, Better than a thousand
I :n which 156 cut of 160 votes A.ked. when "or*. tll'O. three |I Nokomis avenues I 4.\
barre! per day are now being
:r were cast in favor of Immediate lour or five years from no*" I
he construction costs to produced from this field
I'W-' 144444444444444444414HBusiness expect j Have You
; come doy..n through refused Been
persen after the meet n?:
I : : to hazard more than a guess I RADIOSREPAIRED Snookered?
tie school boa d h*'
For years
: AND : maybe in three )'ear .
dangled xapue promises: of a nf
ProfessionalDirectory I. D. C Kickhter eiai:nun of before OPEN f 4M: TO 1 PM. It's Here!
i ugh school for Venice u'Now
tI:" school board shut off the discussion
: M: rrbrough admits it i' ; The First- Sno,k Table kThis
: with a statement that he I
: : highly unlikely! \\ell ever get \ ,.Section.p j' .York.
..................... would not tote to build a school I new high school and he also ad. : 1"1 .. \\' -: Ort
in Venice unless and until I state 0 ...... or The SS oll J' Fast 1U.
'- i officials recommended such ac> I mitt that his office has drawn ;::: j Ing Games ,\\A ,\
MME; E. nUDE', :MD,
.. 1 I up no definite long range plan I
'. !08 "i. Au us tine \\r tion.At :,I Ir making provision for such a I R CLUB
1; .: Office: 3'51-Home 3493 any late he sad! in Justlfica Venice Radio Service

ll'h" ,: 10.1!, 2 to S. tx.cpl j r :ion of his belief that action t: :ohool. or anschool. hereIn B B. DUNN AND SON:
.,' other words some ofhave Phone 267Z
and Saturday P :M as j
r I should makes be deferred a SUt'P"ere unt.1 after next thestate suspected for years they'.,. *51 W. \enre Ate. \'rnJre. I WELCOME YOU

ROOFING '3.1.I all that the trustees of green keeping u. on a mern" (o'

P ,0. iW'.I.: ... A.K.nds:. -:pool; D,'tr:ct 8 H S. Bo* den I i-.hat round grabbing at a cold: rrgi Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet!
was never there ;n he fir
.1 I An) Jones and Frank B:ackourn i
ALUN P JONE hate asked of the county! place: Well!] at :last \\ t kn:".v' dd" COME IN LET nolIO\\'

f'/ Phone "SI !beard .s t that they be permitted: ;initeli w;,ere lI'e >:and-tha t1-. 101 THIS PLANE TIMT

school board ha irtenticnI I : ALMOST FLIES IT'ELF
::0 ta.x with: the tate officials! ; | no

r ., > ii\'m; u* a school: ::r \ on.
r the suniy n mule This "rE: i'r-vrre FROM THE AIR PASSENGER P 'PS 11: YLEARN
Midget Calendar request( has been mnt!' i. he said :fw they are com;; lltd to do ,'o -
M:s Ruth 1 C Bjtlr another I: may be that 'A't shall halt

I r -. ocj--d mimbr im!'csttd he, too: to app" al to the sense of justiceand Ct rrtn Appro\ed School Continuous Enr meet

.r .,.""...", ) ',"I "iod. : sand back' of lmbrough. fair play o' Sarasota city J! & J AIRCRAFT\ \ IXC.F I .

.\". .: I or.s ue-tjj \\ P Perr)"' voters to hep; us get a school :r
-=--...... ... Hare's'fnCe! member of the \'enic*," 0 Joiner P 0 Box 291 E T Drihu
'. -- VENICE:: 2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6301
>'1 \ : :o-n'\' board foreseeing certain I I Commented: City Attorney
\ ::\\ '
'- \. .Heat If ;ie moved that the Bran-ell:
.:: ,,.
)card I
; :rMruct Kribi-ouph
pro. "It seems obvious
\ ---:- ted \\',tlcons'mctio-. of an ele..rertary ; will not PINES HOTEL
I 0 ret a school so long aMr <
_ _
: !
school! here made no at. i .
a rrbrouph and the school
fl"j 1042 m-t t to make such a Tiotjcn VENICE FLORIDA
" 1 a 1 v 6 1 T.-,<. Venice j aboard( : maima their present at.
. delegation "
a 9 10 II 104 11 4i was thuds, 100 1OOMS: WITH PRHTE BATH
\ 16 I! .6 I lgao 041 :on posed of three members of the Commented Editor Te: Fan and Steam Heat
Williams: ephone,
f, V B.\
asis 4a617040aq school ccmm:tttee: CIII "T3.
I e ; has Just started! ;\\
10 Attorney M. A Brae'Atll. City feel l sure Venice Special Reduced Summer Rates Now la L''eci:
) paw will
I l J u Carro n r 11 l man Finn Ca'rx>rtend meekly) agree to cor t;rue sending no, $1= Per Wcf!; S'ngle $25 Per Week Doube!

. H, WIsm:: ci:tor 'If their .
0 I.; T Co1':j children to (school in CCCKTAU. LO NGE OUTSIDE PATIO and S*'N DECK:

;, '" 0 C Tnented Councilman other cern.nurales without: e\" Ca
...,. I ANY D.n"s TilE DAY so much at hope of t Knon: :
, f TO n'IT; here." Phone VENICE UtI for tewrratloM
t I Band B BAR I SERVICE Venice CALL ': .::1=-,::::::::::::=umn=-___! .u_::=::::

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305 U. \inte: AieVnice ,
Plumbing ShopB y

,IV -. H, Venice Phone 2153
E&--;:;; :;; 7r'J.J ;;z.7.n .. 7J r. 4I

( F i A Pi.I'r': : to Live In Florida

b t M C/
" A D : ,' ::
E Ci at.n-tion to Live in Venice ;

I, 1'! &T. N. WIMMERSKeillor; };: I i J f 0
c1 ::
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r Whorl the Ttmitni Trail l Sleets the Open Gulf :

y t G '<;:-' "r<."' .... I:
-V"1""I.f"I.Yfi..-: : t=} ':"r.-r--.i""I"r'l"-=-:: ..,.:.+KFCr.1!r::: t Try The Local Stores First!


' AMAZING ROACH SPRAY 28 TIMES No hair-minded Merchant Expects Patronage Simply anJ

w MORE POWERFUL THAN DDT 1 Solely Because He Has A "Home.town" Store. It I* the Inalienable

K.ght of The Customer To Shop Where He Believes He Can

Safest of all to use Non-Poisonous i !I Find the BEST VALUES and the Widest Choke of MERCHANDISE.

Odorless TastelessStainless i !:

.C Entomologists KJ (this now +
killer i, a boon lo housewives sprayed, oa food It pun old- i
i .
h because it U invisible. kills III lb. methods uniiqhtJy and canq.r,. I BUT.
in the
tonlly U and
to late it can even ," class 0 I IIi .

Ii IiI : .

i fi Before Shopping [Elsewhere Won't You Please Try Your

l- ?w Dollars Spent At Home Help Create

tuaturtiurwttrc.. a.isaiaru I JOBS and BUSINESS For ALL OF US:



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June 4, 194? VENICE GONDOLIER Page 'Rove -lm:

Schedule HER FIRST HSUINTCRNATIONAL 1411-2-lb. Catch ; : I.

IkJlU.this Higel.week/ commissioner announced Venice'of the schedule Sarasota la County the American Softball Still Holds Lead Ifj r"! :{\ I

All game are played at Payne park
Sarasota with the :
In Tourney
starting at 7:30: pm. Second tames start about 0 p.m. Tarpon ; I''

11..07. J... 9 ,
TARPON TOIRNI Center of activity In the Inter- .;
,..1<0 ... GtoI1rO I FilM IIeW 0>. Venice LosesOvertime n-tlonal Tarpon Tournnneat.: f' .',

Monday. JIM Isbeard 40 with its 1947 automobile as a ''I 1 t
Game) '
rare '". Land O' gFrMr .. Game capital prize continued to be located t
J... I* off Venice: this week but ,! f
I gm>.d l Came) To Sarasota, 14-8 none of the many catches brought 1; .
rwk 0'". A.\IVETL .
fttdindtr. June H In to the Tarpon Center darks to : '. I
After coming from behind '
vFIst C m ,
We!ghtnasttr Buddy Hingo came
,. .. Cio, uf faruuta.II. tie the score at 8-all in the last l
<0 .....r. June MSrnnd half of the seventh anywhere: near the i U'!:Z-POrJnd .;+ i
Game Inning the a silver king hooked by Otto Sched- t .', .
6r.na Irk. O.. ... V...lc* City of Venice Softball team last ler of Milwaukee during the first {
Friday. 11, 4 Wednesday night at Payne Park "
,-'<...";:.'i.1l ALL-STAR time.FrWw In Sarasota lost a heartbreaker to few days of the tourney. }.
July II the City of Numerous catches were made '.
Firnt Game) squad 14-8.
AlI'm a. Venice, In the ninth frame. during: the week with several ,
FI..,. July ll The residents of this area being
,Second Cutrt victory gave the Sara o. 5
I V..1 fef ... Georgia Beta Co. tans undisputed possession of among the lucky anglers. i

HtdnKdlf(Flirt G.July..) II first place In the American division Bob Shanley of Nokomis landed .1

sanaou ,... Vtnln.Htjnndir" of the county Softball league : a rounder; and a 50pound"j f fer. ,
July II with a record of four He was fishing with Capt. I
180..,... Game) straight
Vaal ... ANETSIl I Woody Roberts aboard the "Ven- I
.n4>r. Assent 4 AMERICAN SOFTBULLEAGUE turer." ,
Fin Game
| L..d l 0' Sun i n. Venice STANDINGS Ralph O Simpson commander \
F"..,. A..... tFlnt W L of No-U'1 post of the American f 1 i
I r Mi
.>.,......,. A....t II City of Venice 2 1 beauty that jumped five tines in t I t

I rake n. Sirwotif4nmlir Second .Gun) George Beta Co, 1 1 30 minutes Mrs. Simpson landed I Ia

I Anted It AMVETS ... 02 32'a\ -pound tarpon that jumped I

I Venn ... Land.First O'Came a....| Land O' Sun 0 3 12 times In 18 minutes. They had ., '
M....,. A.nM IIhw" CaPt. S. S. Blackburn as their I
... ? pl..r,. ....... victories. The Venetians with two guide

wins and only one loss are In ) Mi. and Mrs J. T Hill ot Osprey -
y ,a,s+
NEW SUMMER second place. tl perhaps the most el ;\uslI '
Play Monday Night | antic of local tarpon anglers added 1

[Bowling LeaguesFormation Next game for Venice will be to their already uuniuous '

their contest next Monday night caches with Mrs Hill gelling .t-

starting at 7::30. with the George her bir.est fish to date a 98- ; i

of BothfI"S Beta team. pounder They were fishing with ... 1
Capt Hcroe.t Blackburn aboard k ,
) : and WOMEN'SSCMMMER Orady Taylor and "Kin" Kin- ,
caid. managers of the local the Mss Polly" i :,
LEAGUESWill --- ', '
softbillers announc d that the \
be Discussed at a meeting MARRIED .' .
following firms and individuals I
to bo held Herr Tomorrow In a ceremony held last Saturday \1 .
each purchased one uniform
: I
SATURDAY NIGHT at night at the Vcnice-Nokamtt
Venetian Cleaners Lo ,'ei' Grocery Methodist Church. with the Rev !
JJOpm. Followed by Mixed The Rexall Store Venice ji:= H. Mauriece Felton officiating. 'S :
Doubles Matches at 8 p.m. Nokomis Bank Venice '""ad Shop' -- Miss Ruby Ball of Laurel became I I

EVERYONE INVITED Stancil and Potts Garare -I 1 ,,,, .. -:. ", .: : .. tae bride of Morris Curry of Nokomis I 1. I
Mrs. Francis W. Dudley of St. Is shown Mr. and Mrs Everett ;
Patio Hotel. Stnittys Tal'ern. AlVin Petersburg above I
with a 941\!pound tarpon boated last week off Venice and entered Draggers and Lester Ball father I:; ;
P. Jones Jossart-Kincald. of the bride were attendants.
In the
-o-- current 17th Annual International Tarpon Tour- k '
'f ,
and Taylor Hardware namrnl It was the! first fish of any kind that the! had ever
VENICEBOWLAKADE Three of the gold and blue uniforms caught. she! told Venice \\eUhmaster, Buddy Rlnro (Photo by MRS JACKSON DIES .'J
remain to be paid for and Harold Smith taken at the Tarpon Center docks). Formerly a resident of TtronN t i t
C, Mary Jane Jackson. ,;
willing to their dM'h
anyone finance : t
79 1
BANK home In Nokomis If
'purchase Is asked! to contact CONTRIBUTES $50 TO yesterday morning after a lengthy I
And Grill either Kincald or TaYlor. Illness Burial will be in Co- I ,
The score by Innings of last START P.-T.A. BAND FUND DRIVEFirst ] umbus .N C. Survivors include a II r :
us West Unite Ate. Wednesday! game: son N. B. Jackson and two "
Phone 2661 Sarasota ... 300 500 006-14 contribution to be mad e In the current P.-TA. campaign daughters Mrs. E. F Smith of I
to raise! funds for purchase of in istruments for Nokomis and Mrs. J. R. Kelly of 1
the Venice-Nokomis
Venice! 200 050 1008 High School band this Bee! Ridge.
came wee k In the form of a $50 check from t
the Venice.Nokomis Bank It was announced by B. E. Bowen P._ I
TA. president _

Tarpon Center RestaurantVENICE I J. T. Blalock. vice-preSIdent of Its meeting last Tuesday. Harold R. Smith Zo Z !

the bank. in handing the checkto r' .
Anyone desiring to donate t Will Be Available t

INLET DOCKS Bowen commented: the fund Is .asked to make checks In VENICE During t \: t''j" I : I i

"We certainly are glad to make payable to B. E. Bowen President June and July : r ," f. r
PHONE SIM this contribution and we hope Venice-Nokomis P.-T.A."

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY the campaign is a success! The All Instruments acquired will PHOTOS MADE IN YOUR : h i: t
effort to obtain Instruments for I HOME OR GARDEN ,
KITCHEW UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF remain the property of the PTA .- .
CHAS. MACATEE FORMERLY OF THE FIESTA the band Is.very worthwhile. I ., to be used by future high Call 2056 .
Bowen also announced receiptof school band members as well as i
SANDWICHES BEER SOFT DRINKS a check for $217 for the fund the 100 youngsters who signed upj I II j "

IP.Mto3A.M. from the county school just before school ended last .
boald'i I
.which voted the week. !I fll kl1I st'll

"The World's Shortest Bar Serving The Longest Drink" r

Unbend At The

Liars' Lounge

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Located On The Beach At )


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Friday, June 6,111] J'



::I Maurleee Felton,
111". I 1A II ...... Sunday School, Minister
'I I J II ..m. Mornlnir W or.hip.
e. .j e i. 3 7 p,.. Taunt Fellowihli Or
i\tJii T:10 P,m. Evening .."I... *u"
\ Viedoeeday. 11tau .to, Md.
1 prayer and sent Mrvl. .y
: "I do not agree with a will defend Englewood s.rc|
with life right to it.-VOLTAIRE 10 a.m Sunday School,
: 'j m> jour Bay Lumps' ..up't.s M'? .Las.

I i Published every Friday Editorial and "business' office, 313 West pm Church service,
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florid P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. 4.gp "


!1 NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION S:: Nassau at Venice Miami Av..ut
44. Entered ai second-class matter Jan 6, 1946 at the pod office D. Campbell Craw 101 d, Paste,
It. J at Venice Fiord, under the Act of March 3. 1879 10 ,.11I. Bible Clio
11 am MornlneMr%lt,
Subscription rates One year, $2.501 six month, $1.501 three ISO pro. B.Y.P.V.
1'SO p m Etminii .. ,
noethi, 75c. Classified advertising rate 2 cents per word first 20weidt >edne.daii, I,Ju "I.m.''lI y,,. .
; I cent per word for each additional word p ra>er ""V"I. "
3 } rV
CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .. ... Editor and Publisher

Re*. J. W. Hinton, p.,,.
Ham. Sunday 8,hool
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Y '
: Sanitary Officer Morning services I p.m. 8TU,11M I
V: LETTERS Evening Mrvlceitdnnj,,, I R
'i prayer meetlnf
Praises CasinoImprovements

Riviera Si and Palermo MMUr
.t t Leonard M, 8. Stryker. R..m
As a result of recent improve- 0:48: a.in. Sunday gch.nil,
Note: The Gondolier will U a.m. Morning set "f,
b* glad to print letters of urn ment and additions made to the $

nal Interest when, as and If Venice Beach Casino, under new NOW 60 IN Ilem MO
tbrm fhort Anonymous I letters management of J, W Ladd, the Venice AvinuiRe

i will nut be considered How establishment now more than C. D Jernigan, Pastor
J rnr If the writer desire to 10 a m, Sunday S,hint,
complies with all sanitation requirements 11 am Freaching
have only his Initials on nom 7,to P.m, I'r..hln"
de plume such as "A Reader of the State Board of Thursday. inn p.m. Young Pali
I published. The "TOO LATE :Service.(
Gondolier will
Health, It was announced yesterday ( Friday T.I p.m., benefit 'UPIM
ttr happy to oblige I "S
I" by R L. Clause, county sanitary Bv
I Venice. Fla Cull Theatre. Venice A.ent
Cause, following an Inspectionof Frankly this Isn't the column I had planned for this week. I VenicRev. .

Dtar Mr Williams: the premises yesterday praised arrived at the office In a cheerful mood ready to coax a nice constructive C. L. &..,..drr, Pasta
May I express, through your the Improvements made by thought from my think-tank and weave it Into a readablecolumn I I.m.

"Letters to the Editor" column, Ladd, pointing out that he has and then something happened that made me blow my top ass

my sincere appreciation for the Before I have a chance to get
Increased the number of dressIng Rev. Jelks to
generous assistance I received rooms and showers for both I through reading my mornings II those suffering with fallen arches. ,

.. from all concerned during ,mall the telephone jingles and
my men and women, has Installed a Maybe I don't realize what aI Conduct Methodist t

recently-completed: term as president special women s "powder room;' I some guy who says his name is serious menace fallen arches I I

cf the Venice-Nokomis P- has screened in the front portionof Stevens calls me by name and I really are Do I know that duringthe Service SundayIn

TAT ,wants to know how I'm
the casino provided gaily col- I getting last war out cf twenty million -

1 Toe assistance of the various ored beach umbrellas, and Installed along. young men examined by the the absence of the repel

f' committees and my fellow officers two septic tanks athough I All the time I'm scratching armed services nine thousand pastor the Rev H. MaurieceW

I Is deeply appreciated I also only one had been specified as my head and trying to figure eight hundred and sixty-three ton, who Is attending the fuel

I'I i I i would like to express my than ks needed by the authorities. out "Who In the heck li Stevens were found to be unfit for military Methodist conference In St P*

+ .! far the beautiful pen presented "All In all," Clause commented, ?" He knows me all right: service because of fallen ersburg this week, ue: 11 odd

n I to me "I am happy to be able to say from his conversation I was arches Do I know how many morning service at the Veil*

.rf.l. Mrs. A L, Blaloclc that not only does the casino now convinced tit.ai someone cases there are right In my own Nokomis Methodist Church: iii

: t'f comply with all sanitation requirements I'd known real well community Suppose I were to Sunday will be conducted bj Ik

f ( Tide Tables but that Mr. Ladd After taking up about five develop a case of fallen arches, Rev F. Hendley Jelk,

has done even more than expected minutes talking about what a where would I turn, What would Although the regular MethodlsJ

t VENICE INLET ." swell day It was ana how am I I do? Youth Fellowship meeting nl

doing, he gives me what I
Vale His% Low Clause announced. too, that assumeIs It was the old telephone held at 7 pm, there will be
a rt. Jive 2 .... 1 :01 p..... ':12 pfat. m, persons desiring State Board of Intended to be a hint as to his ticket gag The boys are at It Sunday evening church tente.\ |

., June 7 ... Identity. He remarks that "Joe again I promptly and
1:1' p. 1t:1I .m. Health permits for Installationand more or e\enlnji i
14 ... told him to call me Joe thinks At last Friday
,, Jose t -- :27 p.m. lIot pMug. less roughly Informed my friend
I construction of tanks <
.. Jane 1 __ 1:14 p.... II :11 p.Tres. ."', septic you are about the swellest guy In Mr. Stevens that I nual budget and pledge dlllDlf
-. June 10 .:1' p.on. In Venice need no longer await town." He continues about wasnt Interested the church held In the Mfltt

,, 'j, W.... Ju.e II M:37 am, 11:17 .11I. his weekly (every Wednesday) old Joe and of course Im good that I never bought leg room plates were laid for 1*
supposed tickets
:I 14 p.m. 11:48 p.on. visits to this city. From or made contributionsover
now on,
the itnlng
e 'I .1 '1"..... June 11 1:11 on. 1,10. m such permits be to know who Joe Is, But the telephone He was still Among the speakers of
I may obtained ctad
'e 'II' pon 1:13: p'". since there are a lot of Joes, not whining were: J. T. Blalock,
< r'I'1, Fri, June II -. 1:11 Ion. 1:04 ... from City Supervisor Phillips H. to mention OI Joes, I am still In about crippled childrenand finances: Mrs. Bruce Rlt ",

I ; ':n p.on. 1:10 p..., Mallory at the city hall the dark, the afflicted when I hung nan i Society of Christianice M
'" up the phone and_ mi___ .hi._.... _ji
; Now I am worse off than ever. Smart raclatecrs and h Mrs J T. Blalock, cbll
glib-tongued -
Ive been talking to a guy that department: James A, HI
I promoters travel
about the '
Fictitious Name LawIn must certainly be on old friend country milking an er. Jr., Cub Scouts; Billy
: unsuspecting
and he brings In another character Public of millions of dollars berger Youth Fellowship; T,
by the name of Joe that I am nually with this Olbbs, race relations
supposed to know and still I can't racket. Miss Louise Coffin arranged I
+ It's an old
Florida it unlawful for even: guess. gag and pink and table decors
is any person or persons you would think reputable green

to engage in business under a fictitious name I hem and haw am, stutter and izations would steer clear organ of It, General chairman of the i

; unless said fictitious name has been registered with stammer but he doesn't give mea but unfortunately groups like Kl- was Mrs M. Cousins. Mrj.1

I the clerk of the circuit court of the county ia which He chance continues to even get in a word. anis, Rotary. Jaycees and other Jones was serving chatrmaa'
chatter away like' fall!l for Mrs Rlgtoy was receptionman. i
is the smooth
i. located line
the firm's principal place of business. a magpie and I break out In a by these handedout .
sweat. promoter and agree
Before the circuit court clerk to sponsor shows or events
can accept this Finally he thinks be's got meufflciently an with VISITING FATHEEIllss
registration, a notice of intention to register the fic- softened up M he all understanding the credit that they get Rosemary DenJ5 I

PJ titious name must be published for four consecutive lets me have It. He Is the guy work and for doing a noble Chattanooga Tenn, this set
ti' are In
weeks. who Is putting way obligat V.
on the Minstrel ed. All visiting her father J.
they do !'s
Show for the Independent Order money accept the of- Venice
ry, The information of Bald Eagles collected less actual costs
required is simple and our There Is a and expenses, etc. and
charge is the standard amount set by law for great organisation for you! stop to think never -
up publication of
what .
+ 1 I They do more good an in trick fund to retain the
) than
of such notices. When any Justice it
notice has is to the ,
your d
run other grouP. They care for general public end good Ul of fellow-

the prescribed four consecutive times, we will fur children, help the blind cripPled Usually the racketeer gets the It Is afl right to make >

,4, nish you with a notarized "Affidavit of Publication Put flowers on unknown graves, Ei share of any money cei- dons to retnitabte efforts UUJ

which then file with and extend They fulfill their pan Fight Cancer, the
p$ you the clerk of the cir a helping hand to the contract Agajn
cuit court.If fallen women. a dance of course stage Cross The Association for I

Joe Is general chairman of the which or Put on a show pled Children and Adult 60 l

you haven't yet'complied with this law, or committee: Joe told him to call to much usually| -oew', &I topn& like but, doat pt a tucker f<<

!n, ,; if you arc just starting a new business, why not let me and I'd be glad to help out by dance and draws little "*". telephone MUcitor

purchasing a nock of tickets at If Be MM*, and rerardJIII
two dollars men would get what Is
necessary a throw. Of course I smart tqlnr.uon

understand that every penny ticket and quit falling for this,' lots pti6 .... II b solk"dhpm
you ve in mind.
brought in from the sale of tick better everybody woud be s loe % "fee .n tIIID

eta till go U the fund the Bald buy off It lsntmake necessary to Jot no- dice" and ,ou' lit
a lot
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from page one) ( from pace one) HOLD FOOD SALEA HERE SATURDAY JUNE 21 ; "

hit would be willing to In- tion and would just mean an ad. food sale will be held from 1; l' I f-,

,, the school tax rate in ditional "headache" for Venice 11 a.m. to 12 noon on Friday. A decision to sponsor a dance the night of Saturday, June 2l, ; ) I

the additional state moneynot authorities June 20, In the. patio entrance of and appointment of committee c-halimcn: featured last Tuesday 4

t come in. He explained Caspersen contended a city or- the Catherine building on West night's meeting of the American Legion auxiliary at the Venice AirBase i :' i '

teachers expect salary in- dinance was needed, however, to I Venice avenue, by the Venlce- clubhouse. ,

, but that even ''nominal exercise closer control over sani- Nokomis Woman's Club. Further details concerning the I : t 41 I

I could not be given, should tation problems here and urged Mrs. Charles! McQ. Roberts Is I dance will be announced next Ruth Kuykendall; publicity. Lois t ,,''l ''I I

extra state money faHto ma- that the council at least have the chairman of the committee in week by Marjorie Adorjan dance SJoblom; constitution and bylaws i ;I

toe. unless the board would ordinance read so that they charge chairman, and her assistant, Peg Simpson: ; memorial and: "
higher tax levy. would know just what Its provisions Mona : r !
a Goldensteln.
orlze '
the city can use Its priority and gold star, Mrs T. M. Wrrdu. Sr.
county school would be.
,)es said the buy all or any part of the rest of, Committee chairmen named by The auxiliary: voted to send $10 "
d then p'-omi.( (d Klmbrough But his fellow councilmen, Dr ..he: field. The council Indicated it Mrs Anne Surls, president, wereas to the group In chaise of the t
would If he so recomed T S. Thompson, Smyth Brohard )
It will study the matter before de- follows: community summer recreational I f
increase the present six and George Hlgel, quickly agreed ciding on any action. Child welfare Marjorie Ador program, and a like sum to the

three-quarter mill levy, go- with Mayor Higel that such an Mr, and Mrs. C. Slack I tile for jan; Girls' State, Mrs. J. A. John veterans' hospital at Bay Pines f i

up to the: full 10-mlll rate ordinance would only add to tin mer Evelyn Stearns), owners of ston; community service, Ruth for their birthday anniversary. 1 t

''tted by law If necessary. city authorities' grief and Cas- the Venlce-Myakka Hotel, com- Kuykendall: membership, Alice Mrs. Wrede presented the auxlllaiy .

persen's motion that the new ordinance plained to the council concerningan Lumley; Pan-American (IAr en- with a watermelon, which I

'-"V'-....-. ------"" be placed on first read- cpen ditch near the hostelryand tina: ), Enrtca! Dempsey: rehabilitation : was enjoyed by all at the close I

When w. say Melba'' Ing died for want of a second. City Supervisor Mallory was Mable Surfs; Poppy Day, of the meeting. !t f t

h flit' cigar IUp'..... fe?ewe it The council did, however. give Instructed, to investigate(: the com- --- ,,, ,.."... ;
mean |lUll .: final approval to the new '" et- plaint.! {
N, ether cigar ot 9c .c t back" ordinance, which sets up the Councilman Higel! reported It !I

soloing Ito;loci I.high Yet' 4 various distances homes and bus I would cost about $3,000 to placea ELECTRIC HOT WATER HEATERS I J

qtolily of the choicest iness buildings must be from macadam surface on the alley WATER Fl'MPS ('ol'JIt'r, T'pc and Fittings I
II plenty
floe tobacco grown en front, back and side lot lines between Venice! and Miami avenues CLO ET SCATS 2 Piirp Orin or Round i r
the Island of Cuba In everyMelba J & J LeaseA near (he post office.! The "

tiger Try one today. one-year lease, at an annual council! decided the: project wouldbe We Give Estimates and Ctntract Any Sire JobJOSSARTKIWCAID '

Yei will enjoy| II Iron the 4 rental of $300 plus five per cent too expensive to undertake at 1
gist. to the last pull. I'
:his time.NOKCK .
of the gas and oil sales, was given ,
H doctor does I'
not your hart Mtlbai, write to Floyd Joyner and Ed Den- PLUMBING; AM KEATIMO CONTRACTORS
IUllItIIItI1m.OAllUELBA! ham of J, and J. Aircraft, Inc, 323 W Venice Ave. Phone G65
covering the Albee Field airport CLASSIFIEDADS I "Dependable Plumbing That '.Vill:J Stand Inspection" I t l '

cast of the Tamiami Trail __ ''''-___ ---"- .a I '
The council voted to donate $10 e n

vi toward support of I the; summer (?c i word ':rt 20 ..nrde Ie each
additional, ...rd, Minimum charge,
recreation program for children 2Sc. C.\ with Ad. Special rates '
THE CIGAR SUPREME Convenient to Everything . -
and adults after receiving a request for more than are insertion 01 the ,
same ad. Ads will b. accepted over I
for that sum from, Mrs the tll'phunl (31311) up to S p.m
Thrnrlny! with the understandingadvetti.er I
Marjorie Adorjan, secretary of .. ;
5" the committee In charge. Councilman .1 .11 ro. II puytaentpromptly. The EI. PATIO i is: Less Than Six Hocks ; I '

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VSONSNVincreasing NY' Caspersen, observed. from the Beach, Only Four Blocks: from the t
:.-,t'tie IT. .' rpa' i able reQuest --

\Snap B'ncic millions I1't': : we've received In a longtime FOR ,SALE, Municipal; Airport and Hive Blocks, from the 1.

Councilman: .. ,
lr and Higel's 6-f. .tI .1'lrl. rri..r.'r I
I 11 Nil> clt'1ric .tNnmern,, titer! Venice Golf anJ Country Club.
motion to make the donation
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lu.ni. < '<( ferns re. I' I. Hnymw.
AACHE W went through without objection. I'h.m litil.1.T .
Residential Sites -- ...,--Pole-I'V- ("II, '.f J>HI...., Your :Next Vigil to VlfNICl! Make II IIOn IIh

City Supervisor Phillips H Mal SI'UITON
lory informed the: council that COM III\TION Headquarters. .

the War Assets Administration Mil) I., ''.n .t.a('"undlm.n. Coupon.wen' I ; -
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o'ficlals in Jacksonville advised oriv. ;a IT W.nll' A,'..
Designed to speedily reliever
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simple headache and painful him last week that all of the landat HELP: WANTED i
discomforts of neuralgia.' Venice Army Air Field except :
Measured doses In powder that which has been set aside for EL
J form for quirk assimilation. the will be divided and soldas Mon .I W..man.. Permanent.e ,
city j:. fin fu-.-ii.y ..<,k.
I Proof of merit Same type for. residence property However. AIIII ,in '''r.. n. 223: \\. Venfre! An.SltE, I LOJm.Phunt' 3373:
mule over one-third century. '
i Standard U S P. Ingredients. sit w, t'. ii,' Ave t

( price range of iveryone. "ITT IN' Murl' fill sloe.hell ,
f lOc and 2Sc "
size For quick relief from itching caused by ec"''''''. l'.ner.'te'k. of all 1..n. with
athletes toot scabies, pimples and other tithing HIM* I.".. Arlun |'h..iu. 9IU.
[ Caution: Use only a* directed.
conditions. use pure, coolie meditated.' liquid ""
flY -TA/-! creaseless and stainless Soothes tDmiira and
quickly calm intense itching tou'lnffier 35c trial Aikyouc buttleprovnilormaneyback Need Any Printing? 1

druggist total fuc D. D. D. MKCBHTIOM. Acreage
\\ e have just purchased a larger; job press, :a r
THING AS 25.O() to 850.00;)() () additional t j
THERE SUCH $; large: paper cutter, and have ordered\ : type j Gt Gtin

An Acre order to be :able! to furnish a I better, more complete f f

job printing service for residents: of the Venice-

PERFECTMANHOOO FEE SIMPLE DSED: ';\okomis.( hprc\ -l.lurel-!lnlet'ood:! ,!,!! ) area.

Purchaser to pay for abstract Whether you want merely I a S:1111order: \ of '

-- --- business Cards, or desire lno.uoo) complicated\ forms

? H.Yimmel's especially creaifd: fur your own particular business, !

REALTOR The GOIU.J..CIc.ai(I! now oblige.

O"-dalm medical authorities who ought to VENICE. FLORIDA May wt1 make; :a sugm't'stinn!:: ?
w! Nature has so constructed and phvsl- ;

Pt iy to endowed suffer! woman certain that distressing In many cases symptoms she's AFTER YOU HAVE Why not let us help you figure out your

uring her .We. For instance, when she enters READ THIS COPY printing needs now, instead of waiting until justa ti

?"opd-jr during the menopause, the GONDOLIER: before out of letterheads .
oil\ when fertility ebbs away. OF THE few days you rtn ,

N a wf functional" on certaln monthly days' o(disturbances the month-are fe- WHY NOT MAIL IT envelcpes, etc?

gwtof rov nervous dlsJuft TO SOME FRIENDUP
eel so tired cranky you snap at NORTH In cases of emergency, of course, The Gondolier ( F
Ur!children l and husband-then do try to get the necessary work out
hiSl.1?* Vegetable Compound to reeve will always try
jymptoms. It's famous tac this purpose. as soon as humanly possible, even though it means R I :

Mod ESPECIAllY For Girl and Women SKINIrritations working nights. But it stands to reason we can do

elk h 'I Compound Don MOM than relieve I I better work for you if we don't have to rush the I ',M
monthly painJt *"<> relieved accom-
ytlig nervous tension irritability and weak job. .\sometimes\ too, three or four people all
akep hg JeeUngs-when due to this cause. / time obviously
r 51rly ""Tout the month-thla need "rush" work done at the same ,
help build reslstanca
Such distress. A thing tip any. sensible a physical impossibility.So .

Igydt+should Pinkhaln's want to' slot pand Is also very I why not give us a ring just dial 3131 -

Setting to relieve f eeling t'I and those ftmny. Stop Serekht.yl--Try Tilt right now while you think of it, and let us get
during r'ddle
be 11 due to the agatu'r riilreu of list: PlmplM, Tmaherllrhlnr.burnlnf I : ahead of time ?
flmttoOai 7rty0 (kin 4l> rods reenltlnc from exItrnal started on your work a little
Jlecullar to WOlDeD. ImuUona 0(1.0 be quickly I relieved ?
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1'IDkIiam'1 hv this simple I Mlvervatment.
impound II toortk trytagl Get a small bottle o( )Noon'.Emerald Oil
at the starter trot tIoN. UM..sleeted roe Venice GondolierI
I. 'VIOITABII le days. SatuHaclloB 'n'm or mooaytack.
"a 1& COMPOUND Be gun you got 11114 Oik

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GONDOLIER 1sYiday June I
i Pcte Ea NEW CANDIDATE week that te will be a ,

Two Men WoundedIn in m for the
BUS 'POOH'S CORNER' I fT. PIERCE (PN3) Ammon office cf ,
i' M'.. MarJorie Lane who mlMloner of Agriculture
AxeRifleFight aDd crower for
McClellan ,
Poohi Ida Nathan
cently purcha Mayo,
't. ... school for city who Is assistant reading dork hu already
ner, nursery announced
r Osprey to
from 3 to 6. from Pat Orr, Hi-I I Near in the House, announced this dacy for another teen .
!.t 1 couJHKl this week that she of axe-rifle bat
ar result of an
As a
to utjtn the nursery school ,eek,
last "
It r wl. Octet 1. It will be m a n tie staged near Osprey Hospital LAWN FURNITURESolid
"Ti Jwttjon In the Hollywood was one man was hole In his Wood and Canvas Seat Chal11
: mends building on West after with a bullet suffering Tables Benches Itar.B.Qw ]

stomach while his opponent
31 from a four-Inch scalp I
foa- wound, was 'held In the county SUITES
.J'h Investigationof ( LOUNGE CHAIRS and
'had jail pending further
r with the affair
., he wa
of In the hospital We Have A Complete
: I..: recovering, was John S
resorted Assortment of
who had
Plemment a
in been building Johns Place, a tavern TableAnd
'III'r last Trail Just
on the Tamiaml ,
.. south: of Opre Held in Jail was )"
man who had
a fellow FloorLamp.
----.f' DAY MCCuI'1 been working fo him John M

... tFATHER'S Conntr, Jr .
to Deputy Sheriff
i \ Sjndaj June IS 's' the
J T Pearce Plemment
f 1 rather want to Da make>. If Dad you the ner got into an argument last KING FURNITURE CO.

\ rl&d choose a present ; Me- Thur da}', Plemment was said to "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Dolin"
at hate struck Corner with an axe
from Knole I
JJeweiers. inflicting a scalp wound. Conner
I then, it us reported, broke away
Come to Knowles to"shop and grabbed a rifle shooting
f for Pop.' : Plemment In the stomach: ,


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t Pent Office Arcade I
celebration marking the completion
,: of Melbourne new million
dollar causeway over the Indian
River McGregor Smith president 20 ft. by 100 ft. 20 ft. by 90
I I of the Florida Power and Light

,,, I '' IlIa I Company, speaker for the occa 20 ft. by 72 ft. 20 ft. bj 1101
slon predicted that the territory
'P.t served bhis company will havea 20 ft. by 45 ft. 20 ft. b16
: of 1150000 in 1951
\\iMakeYOURDadGlad population
"" I compared with about 850,000 today 16 x 16 hutments
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: ,' Father's Day fir- He revealed plans for a statewide .
I : expansion program In which
I ..'" \ the compan will spend (85000- 1 16 x 16 Hutment
a Sunday .
t (., I :: \" 000 to pace Forlda growth during
to .., the next five }'ea-s, The program -
(; : I E .., with bath attached
; ,,..1 June 15 01 he said, villl give the com-
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: ;i. : I WITH A GIFT FROM: J of 470000 kilowatts more

1 i ,',: The REXALL STORE than 300 per cent Increase over
the 1939 capaclt of 150,COO kilowatts

" Venice Army Air BaseRELAX
yF ELECTRIC SHAVERS SHAVING SETS Florida state markets which
AND :MANY OTHER ITEMS SIRE TO PLEASE'! were inaugurated in 1935 and
I placed under the direction of

William L. Wilson, now' operatea
. The Rexall Store network of 27 active markets

, The system Is outstanding In the

f if Post Office Arcade'E 'CE Phone 3181 8 United States and last rear these .
.y :: markets did $30,000,000 worth of At
t I : ; :: ;11111 III 1IIIIIIIIIIIn =mwm: t-Oin- MUM I business,

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L Coming Events I smitty's


Saturday, June 7 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice '

7:30 p m.. meeting to discuss "Best Drinks in Town-At Popular Prices"
'I; formation mens and women's
I summer bowling leagues, at Venice Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry 1
r Bowlakade

:Monday. June 9

7:30: pm.. softball game, Sara- Enjoy Refreshing Tropical
sota, Venice vs Choree Betz
8:30: pm. No-Vel Post American .
a Legion, meets Venice Air RUM DRINKS
1, Registered Real Estate Broker Base clubhouse,

12 neon Tuesda, Venice June Bus 10 ness Association RUM COLA . . 23c '

n WE HAVE SEVERAL luncheon meeting, Tarpon

I 4W Center Restaurant' RUM COLLINS . . 35c '
fl NICE HOMES AND 8 pm". "movie' show' at beach,

Venice weather permitting: otherwise. at COCONGA . . . 40c
Bay Trailer
Park Recrea-
HOUSES tlon HallDeke', .


Prices Reasonable SHOESt6 $2.40 Per Case

Plus gee Deposit on Bottles
tJ y 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581

a Shoe Repair WHILE IT LASTS!
s "In Business To Help] Build Venice and Venice Values" N..t U Fir. It.II..
V..ice A... Col..... Soctl..)


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