Venice gondolier
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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 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: UF00079934:00070
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L. 2. NO. 15 I FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTSions f? : t

Clubrganized I. MAY FORM NEW LEGION Start Circulation of ff: Hi:;

) POST IN ENGLEWOODPlans Petition For New \ v!+

to form a separate veterans' organization in t ;;

n Venice Englewood, probably an American Legion post, ,were revealed Elementary School.Here f' :
last Monday night '
during the meeting of No-Vel Post No. 159
of the Legion at Its Venice Air Base clubhouse. .
Lions Club innice t
of a
organization, with 21 charter members Leo Kropp. World War I veteran and long-time Legion Circulation of a petition calling upon the county school board I ,

naire, apprised Commander Ralph O Simpson and to provide "forthwith" for construction of an elementary school in j
signed up was completedt fellow 1
tidy Tuesday night at a meeting members of No-Vel post of the movement, explaining that at Venice was launched this week, under auspices of the Venice Business .j f '

least 43 veterans are known to be Association .
in the city hall. living In the Lemon Bay t
Phillip H. area. Including; nine who are currently members of No-Vel post. Decision to sponsor circulationof

City Supervisor Kropp said It was believed many of these Slave the petition was made last New Methodist\ I. ,
of men
was elected president re-
framed from Tuesday at the V.B.A.'s luncheon
Joining the local Legion largely because of the
service club, with other -
e meeting at the Tarpon Center
10 to IS-mlle trip they would have Minister to :
being named as follows: to make to attend the Restaurant
after the organizations I
meetings here. Also, it was only natural that they would preferto
First vice-president, Dr. James have school committee gave a [Preach
an organization that could maintain closer Sunday
Blades; second vice-president, with their contact report of its recent meeting with \ '
own community
trtffrt H. Meyers, and third the county school board. t
Commander The Rev George Harper, newly -
Simpson, speaking for the No-Vel
president, H. E. Welts: secisry assured membership, The committee members-City appointed pastor of the Ven- '
Kropp the Englewood veterans could 1
count upon com -
Louis J. Pappas; treas.r plete Attorney Marlon Braswell, Councilman Ice-Nokomis Methodist Church, Is
co-operation from their comrades of Venice,
J. Douglas Arnall; tall Osprey. Finn Caspersen and Car i I'
Laurel and Nokomis. If the Englewcod decides slated to arrive here from Citra, ri
to affiliate
inter, Floyd L. Joyner: lioner group roll H. Williams informed the Florida, in time to preach at the
with the Legion, he said No-Vel post would be t
happy to
Vincent J, Fette: di. VBA. membership of the school 11 a.m. service this Sunday.
relinquish Its membership district 'I
claim to the Lemon
cton James M. Dick R. O.ines Bay boards refusal to take any Im- The Rev H. Maurlece Felton "
area. The post then upon motion of William Jonas, secondedby >> '
. Byron Earl, and Dr. T, S. Hayward Green mediate action and County transferred by the Florida Methodist t
both of Englewood gave its formal blessing I
ompson. and pledge of co-operation to the "new Englewood post"* School Superintendent VermanKimbrough's Conference at St. Petersburg .1' ,
Other members of the club are: movement opposition to con last Sunday to the College t I.

rl Wolf Harry A. Beach Al- struction of a school In Venice so Park Church in Orlando left I .\ 41'

rt B Roehr. Grady B Taylor long as space is available in the here for the northern city with I

vii L. Knowles. Leland Potts, FREE AMATEUR\ SHOW AT Laurel or Nokomis schools, his family last night. I, i.

roes M. McClure, Clyde HIgel Procedure OutlinedIt It was announced that the ,

id George W. HIgel. TRAILER PARK TONIGHTAn was explained that in cases study on "The Christian and j'. !,

Meet Next Tuesday where the county authorities refused Race." being led by Mrs. J. T

Meetings are to be held at .:30 to provide a communitywith Blalock and sponsored by the '.' I" :
old-fashioned "Amateur Night" entertainment free of any .
m. each Tuesday with the first a school, the citizens of that Women Society of Christian
charge, will be presented at 8 o'clock tonight! In the Recreation Hallat \ t
tier session scheduled to be district can still obtain a school Service, will be continued this
the Venice Bay Trailer Park under auspices of the committee In f .1
id next Tuesday evening charge of the community summer recreational program. If they desire it strongly enough. coming Wednesday evening at 8 t f If r
President Mallory announcedt by complying with certain legal o'clock at the Methodist Church.
With the audience to be the i t
the Venice Lions ;will get procedures. Everyone Is InvitedGedney ,
Judges, prizes will be awardedfor ,
eir charter on July 15, at which the best performances It was Tarpon NumerousBut The first step in such a case, :

ne a special delegation from announced by Paul Ooldensteln Braswell said, would be circulation Firm : ;

e Sarasota Lions Club will be In charge of the affair No ChangeIn of a petition calling upon I

Ooldensteln said last-minute LeadersAlthough :
ti helped the local men organ- Tourney paying for It out of available I
entries' will be accepted right '
the Venice club. up funds if possible; by borrowing Insurance ,.1 ..
Several to curtain time tonight, adding catches of tarpon i
members of the localb money against future paymentsdue

plan to accept the Sarasota "Anyone' will be welcome to pre were numerous off Venice the via state aid, or, If necessary. Richard H. Oedney Inc. now r 'j'.1{ { '

MI' Invitation to attend their sent their act." past week, leaders In the current by means of a bond Issue In new offices at 301 West Ven)1, ". :,

Movies Tuesday race for tournament prizes, Including :S
Ming tonight Bond Election ice avenue, opposite the bank : I

The local group will be affllled Jock Wilkinson, general chair a 1947 automobile, were The "last resort" bond Issue this week announced the opening ; d I

with a non-profit service ornizatlon. man of the summer program not seriously threatened. Otto would have to be approved by a of a general Insurance office ': : t r

Lions International, announced next Tuesday evening, Schedler's 141'}-pounder Is still vote of freeholders of the school in connection with the firm's .. t

'ch Is composed of approxi- at S o'clock, another two-hour the heaviest fish boated. district, however. real estate business. H:- t

tely 5.700 Lions Club with aenbmhlp motion picture program will be In addition to the many out- The petition must bear trw The Oedney organization will r ,:

of more than 280.000 presented, either at Venice Beach of-town angling enthusiasts who names of at least 25 per cent of represent such well-known firms ,! ;''I I

the United States Canada. If the weather permits, or in the reported catches to Venice the qualified electors of School as the Royal Insurance Co., the : f. t
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EACO! and other North and Recreation Hall at the trailer Weighmaster Buddy RIngo at District 8, Braswell pointed out. Surety Fire Insurance Co., and l' ":

''Continued on cage two) park If It is raining. Tarpon Center, Venice Inlet, during However, the person signing the the New York Casualty Co ', II .' I.1

Last Tuesday's 'movie show;' the past week, the following petition need only b- a registered "We are equipped to handle all ,, a?l

featuring a full-length western local people brought In silver voter of District 8, not a ''free forms of Insurance" said Richard I ,

picture and novelty films, attracted kings: holder," although only freehold H. Gedney, president of the firm I' hi
Coming Events 1 .
I more than 100 youngstersand Tom Hubbard. Venice, 52- ers" could vote if and when a bearing his name, "and we will II
adults Wilkinson stressed (Continued on page five) (Continued on page two) I specialize in analysis of Insur. 1 ;. '
requirements for both home 1\ {
that these weekly shows are for ance r
Friday June 1$
older folk, as well as children, and business" "
a "

':ion pm.Hall, "Amateur at Venice Night Bay, Trail.Rec- with the feature films to Include Leaders In Tarpon TourneyName Oedney in has Insurance had extensive work, having experience f rl'; I .

Park musical comedies, etc, as well as I
free program for all. line In Knox-
"westerns.' Address Height Guide started in that
I P.m., Legion party, KML.Tuesday. ville. Tenn.., in 1933. After organ 0:
No charge Is made for the Heavy Tackle J .
Jane 17
6 30 P m, Venice UonsClub "movies." although a free will offering Otto Schedler Milwaukee Wise 141 \ Frank Roberts. Jr. izing a general"Oedney-Wright Insurance agency Insurance r, ,
tta I place to be will be taken to defray George E Cowden Warren, Pa. 130 Ben Seale as "
announced), Agency" he stayed there
6 rental costs of the He said TackleJ
p.m., movies" for children films Medium (Continued on page six) .
'd adults, Venice Beach. last Tuesday nights' audience J. Blalock Ocala. Fla. 99 Bruce Rigby ,\.
' contributed $1277. or 1little 981'" H. Blackburn
Din, city council meets, city Mrs. John Hill Osprey 1
'I, more than the $1078 show ex Leslie More Haines City 98'j!

Wednesday June 18 pense. Light Tackle I WeatheR I

1304: p.m., hobby chow. '302 ContributionsMrs. Mrs. Roy W. Walholm Winnetka, Ill 82 Edgar Green

Eit Venice avenue.Thursday. Marjorie Adorjan, secretary E. W Beattie Sarasota 65 Frank Roberts. Jr TEMPERATURE RAINFALL J.

June It .reported contributions to Women's Division Date High Low Inches

.30.5 p.m. beach party.'Ven- the program have been receivedas Mrs O E. Cowden Warren. Pa.125IsBen! Seale (h tkle) Previously reported ................ 2.01

' Beach, children 8 to H follows: American Lee lon, $10; Klrklyn. Pa.Children's 110 C. Crandell (m tk) FrI. June 6 ...... .. 89 68 0.01)
St Mark's Mrs. Jean Sat. June 7 ............ 87 67 0.01) r
I Friday June tt Legion Auxiliary. $10; Division Sun., June 8 ... ........ 88 68 0.1)1)
m-l2 noon, foo -Nokomis Woman' Club Christian Service, lID and City Clearwater 92 Neal Taylor (m t) Tues. June 10.. .. 83 70 0.10 ., ,
patio entrance. of Venice $10.Meanwhile Peter Harrison Wed.. June 11 ... 87 89 0 00(
Statistics taken from Anglers Club records. Thurs., June 12 .".M 88 73 0.01)
two other major Total to date this month .... 2.17
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k Watson,
I Attorney
Tide Tables NEW VENICE year-old Tajnpan. this week (Continued from page OIIU
OPEN NEXT WEEKXMth will be a candi- bond Issue election
'I I'E ICE I%LETI' STORE TO announced he resulted
Florida in Inasmuch as
of there '
Data Hllh P:67 II 111 Low I of new .urnkhinss arriving daily this past date for governor will be his second attempt about 300 "qualifiid electors-
1/ Fr4. June 11 : prI shipments 1848 It
. : :::: : : 321 West Venice ave residing In School:
' Pet.: Jun. 14 : 9:16 ::40 a.m. ae'k. the new Venice Furniture Co store at announcedn to gain the governorship. District: I, ,
o I 10:30: p.m .:11 p.m. Mondaj it was of more than 100
business next last in a persons ,
: Is slated to open for In 1932 he was tar
..... Juno II _u 10:39: 1m. 7:14: am.III ue construction of
IIGI p.m. 1,1'1 p.m. yesterday l by R O Haines. ox;ner. eight The militant Watson, who an element
i t )to"' .. June 1 II ___ 7149 am, returned to Venice last was elected attorney general in school here In the recent TjJI
fto 10:04 a.M. IU: p m.I from his former home at I much when she and her huube.ndvisited I 1940, and re-elected In 1944 has "new school"* poll, i It II
I -. June 17 -_ 1:0a a.m. .:IT am Monday It last fill!. while aainef throughhis predicted the nece
with known ary i
) I Io" a. brining become widely IlrDltillll
10,41 a m. 1:40 p mWed. I Charles Cm I : !
engaged in mak nj a persona of the anti- for the petition will! be
.. June It _,. II :21 '.m. :::12 I.m hm: Mrs, HaInes and their son. championship obtaI4
Thal. June in 12oopm ': ,'Im John who will be nine years aid I:SUfI ey of Florida cities to deter closed shop law bitterly opposed without too much difficulty,
J.... Jane 2" I 1 I m ', I im their mine In"Ioh" community 1 hi labor Chairman O L. Kincaij !
4. this month They o> pa
""I hernfor the time being in would engage: in business sided over the luncheon (neon

'f: ,' TIME: ON YOUR IUNDV apartments: located above the Destined to Gr \\ LEAVES FOR HOME -

I chose Venice. he sad father of H. LAND: CLFRIr
>tore. Haines N A. Ku>
Street ,..
and SuMI-l ..
: '.1'" ,'.'T' \I-s. mines Mid she was happy because his ClrsIRnd: inspectionof P. "Kirk" Kujkendall of the VenIce W, Have An AIIV. ",!I..
(,. Inasmuch unities in till: ins SO.T ,,, lady
\tnlc Wednesday
< to come to business opp- Bay Trailer Park, left 'l ( ?
aF she Iked thi' communrt'r o state convinced: him Venice i for his home In Wichita Clemons & Wagner

Have You Ever Been destined for rapid growth a.l.. Palls TeXAs He had been visit- Phone ..231"E. 'aWE P. n. loa r
:development into a maim city.Poor Ing here !inc"' last: December
: : Snookered? SIIEC\\IS "IlLlnl 1
Hainesla! -
i the war
It's Here: 1 engaged and in the personal automobile loan biMres finance l. DO CONTRACTING

'i"l The Fr" nock i Tatar: In PIKE TURPENTINE in Iowa \\iconin! and -: Full Line of :-
?: This Sectionr Ir.\it" \"u 'o In Mock .SO Fir Gal. .d th Arm
Participate In or W:'T"., Die :'innsota. Hi en cr I BATHROOM FIXTURES And TRIMIf
di.-hiic d n;
of TV \\01 Id's MJ:' Fa'(.na', When You Are In Need of in .943 .nde- lou lint Repair Uurk See Is
Game 1946. after stein < rvlc
ing Ia"ch.
PUNT'e Will Appuc: :a o
I Your Patronage In the European T- atif d Op; WATER PUMPS PIPE And FITTINGSJOSSARTKINCAID

I'. K CLl'I5B erat on After rt'wnine t to C.-
VENICE PAINT SHOPGulf ... the fl !
13. DtAV AND SON 1IIIIn 1 life he re ente <
WELCOME yOU Theatre Building n.in"' business, but ere had 1 PLUMBING AND HEATING: CONTRACTORS
o I Cl ow'I to I Ik Floridac 11,1 1; .
:..: 323 W Vence Av* Phone 26851
I 0'J r ouiin? prcuoui, to till DtptndabU Plumbing, That Will Stand Iniptclon'P
hat he de.t'Ir.1m.d to moi \"'
Have You Flown the New Spin Proof Ercoupe Yet tate
'r!' a' coon a- he found a cs'-
r COME IN LET IS SHOW ab> ijucmrs op.ortumtY.tvulelatcd ::.! :t :t .':: !IJl :VB. .? ;;
\\i h More' 1:'(
H. F. McM*:ion, fo.mer assist i A Prisleae;! to Live In Florida
l ant d.rector of B"c'..n Thompens A Distinction to Live 'n Venice
of lUrtfoid Colin.one of
a (> 1 the largest New' England d< part, |

.UJ J J "1111(1H.1T.{( \ I men stores will operate a cent :< Realtor
pJpte! home dccoiat ng depait-
I F. O. JoynrVENICE P. O. Pox 291'E.. T. DenhxmSARASOTA :
Mitt in connection with then !
"'1 ice ru.nltu'e Co and hal alrradmo'ed \ tv
1, : \\Urr the Tcmianit Trail Meets the Open GIf
his equipment into cpei \,}
' .al quartets in the rear of the
I .to.P McVahcn for the past ,.e\'. & O' >
: VENICENOKOMISBANK oral] monns ass connoted with

,Case Hodjin in operation of the i
House Maintenance: Service w'rnl FOR SALE
; here. '
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, } t t'" : VENICF. FLORIDA :

.,; r. ,,,' of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp i I j South'Continued American fiom countrie page one\ I II 20 ft. by 100 ft. 20 ft. b90 ft.

'( I Founded in 1917, the Lon 20 ft. by 72 ft. 20 ft. by 110 ft
i VAX Insurance swiftly became one of the world i
5000 for leach DepotitorI $5000 I ount-tandmg service dubs The 20;) ft. by) .15 ft. 20 ft. by 2Sft

Liens clubs are non.political and
i\\ non-sectarian and are composedof 16 x 16 hutments

leading business and professional .

I t,; I It! LIA: 1 X The men purpose of the of communm a Lion Cub: P. L. HaynesVenice

Mallory stated. Is "to furnish organized .
: l Atsraitty's I leadership for comet in. Army Air Base

',' } I Ity development by recosnlzln ,

lip community needs, dl'covering!
t t tavern remedies therefor, and either by I

Independent effort, or through II
at, 'f t co-operation with other asencle I
,.3 :. 125 South Ttmiami Trail Venice effecting remedies for the exist] VENICE LANDCOMPANY
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-: Compare These Values N&K DDTFISHING
f' \ .1 luttlitids
4 Et: Yt;: :>iB"t hurl
f Lansdowne Reserve Whiskey . fifth $3.25 I

Regular $412alue ,
Registered Real Estate Broker

Ron Rey Rum . . . . fifth $2.89

John Collins Gin . . . . fifth $2,95 hr :
R 90 Proof 594 oPSOyfgTI WE HAVE SEVERAL



ft{ We Have Now in Stock: MARINE EQtIPMENT FOR SALE
1 Case
PABST BLUE RIBBON ot. $5.00 Prices Reasonable

RUPPERTS . . . . $4.75 Plastic Age

rwt. i GENESSEE . . . . $4.75 Boat & Equipment Co. 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581

TOPAZ . . . . $3.50 Phone 1753

On The Trail Nokomis "In Easiness To Help Build Venice! and Venice Values'' .


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ISS GRACE HAUSER BECOMES ers were J. Douglas Arnall and VACATION TRIP Venice Food Bowlers 4
Jim McCall of Port Fla. I
Mayaca Mr, and Mrs. OUs Bronson and] i
Get Dinner'H.
BRIDE OF W. D. S. BELLAMY The mother of the bride chose 'Victory
a gold lion Otis, Jr., will leave Mondayon
colored In
crepe gown "
draped effect, ,with orchid acces- a vacation trip to Rochester, s. Bowden, sponsor of tile '
Miss Grace Harriet Hauser. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George sories and pink carnation corsage N. Y., and Montreal, Canada championship Venice Fcod Shop
of Venice became the bride of William Drew 8. Bel- The was
grandmother of the While they are away, the Palm men's bowling league
7mndson Minnie I.. Bellamy of Hollywood. Florida at amnnv
Of groom wore .
a of blue
gown light host last evening at the +
Grill will continue to be ,
solemnized Friday evening. June 8, At the Flrsb Baptist satin with white accessories and open
?! V@nlcc. Rev. D. Campbell Crawford officiated at the pink carnation coibage. with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stock Palm Grill to members of the
arch squad and their wives at a 'vic- 1
the double ring man In charlie
dine, using After the ceremony at the
MOV. The bride was given a soft glow over the wedding church a reception was held fora tory dinner.
marriage by her father.e party as the ceremony was per large company of friends and Guests at the fried chicken t, ', ft.

church was decorated ;wIth formed. Candles In single candleholders relatives at 'Whispering Pines." student at the University of Alabama feat were: Mr, and Mrs. H. C.
baskets of white! gladioli l lighted the church which the home of the bride's parents. where he was vice-presi
e and asters, tied with was filled with friends and rela- Bouquets of varl-colored flowers dent of Sigma Phi Epsilon social! "Dutch" Weltz. Mr, and Mrs. ,
ofas satin ribbons, arranged tives. ,decorated the rooms, while in the fraternity. During the war he wa Carroll H. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
!ire rose a background of palms I Preceding the ceremony Miss dining-room, the brides' table, attached to the 69th division of J M Keys, Edward Keys. Claude
tree ferns. Candle from six Nanette Zittrouer, of Orlando, covered with a lace cloth, was the First Army aid took part in .
d.n-bVanchcd candelabra cast' college room-mate of the bride, centered with a three-tiered wed- the Battle of the Bulge in Ger- Archer, and Byron Jones.Harold
sang "At Dawning," "Thine ding cake, which was flanked by many. He Is a senior at B V*
Alone" and "Because" for the white gladioli In delicately tinted Jones College, and a member of
guests. She was accompanied at vases. Miss Helen Baird of Delaware the William Jennings Bryan Lit- R. Smith' '
A STRIKE! the piano by Mrs James A. High- Ohio; Mrs. Talmadge S, erary society.
tower who also played a num- Thompson and Mrs Fred Nelson Mrs Bellamy changed to a silk Will Be Available \
ber of appropriate wedding se served at the bride's table while crepe dress of dust: pink figured In VENICE During t ,
lections. Mrs. D Campbell Crawford cut in black with black accessories t
White Satin the cake. Mrs. George HIgel Jr.! and gardenia corsage fcr tlje June and July ,
/ The bride was gowned In shimmering Mrs. Muriel Thompson and Mrs. wedding trip by motor to various
white duchess satin witha Harry Si SJoblom served at the parts of Florida PHOTOS MADE IN YOUR '
slim basque, scalloped waist punch bowl in the patio Mrs H. HOME: OR GARDEN
After the completion of their I
line and sweetheart neckline. The S. Bowden received at the door { !
trip, Mr and Mrs Bellamy will Call 2056
formed Illy and Miss Julia Cousins In I
long sleeves a point was
s..0" spend a few days In HollywoodFla. 1
over the wrists and the full skirt charge of the guest book. ,. then go to their new homeIn PROFESSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER 1
fell Into a chapel sweeptrain.The Music at the reception was furnished Greenville, S. Coo where Bel-
finger-tip two tiered veil of I by Mrs, James A. High-I lamy will continue his studies at
1 There's No Thrill Quite LIke filmy silk Illusion was edged in tower, ta pianist; Mrs. Clyde Hl the Bob Jones University.! : t t
Pleasure You Get WhenI ChantillY lace, and fell from a gel, Mrs. J. Douglas Arnall and \
e ,
I those Pins Go Down andou tiara of seed .pearls The gift of Rev. D. Campbell Crawford as vocalists. -
Score A Strike! the groom, a string of pearls, .
I Come In Any Afternoon or was her only ornament. She car- Mrs. Bellamy, a native of Ven- Tarpon Center ,Restaurant
henlng. See For Yourself! ried a shower bouquet of white ice, and having received her ele- \
carnations and stephanotis cen- mentary and high school trainingIn '
tered with gardenias Her "some the Venice-Nokomis schools VENICE INLET DOCKS

VENICEBOWLAKADE thing old" was a silk handkerchief has been a student of Home Eco- PHONE 2056 t
carried by her mother and nomics at Bob Jones College In
her grandmother Cleveland, Tenn. She Is a charter
Mrs. J. D. Arnall sister of the member of the Chi Kappa i
bride was the matron of honor. Delta Literary Society. I,
And Grill She was attired In an aqua brocaded From Dan la 1
satin gown :with matching! Bellamy graduated from the Meals Served JAM. to 2:30 P M, 5 PM In 9 P.M. t f'
MS West Venice Ave. gloves, and a headdress of hand South Broward High School of SANDWICHES BEER SOFT DRINKS '
Phon. 2661 made pink and aqua satin flow- Danla Fla., and prior to his entrance 9 P.M. U 3 A.M. i t" '
ers and net. She carried a cascade Into the army, he was a 'J 1 '
I of pink roses. '
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Miss Helen Pyfrom. of Sara- ti.ASNIl .
I sota. and Miss Dorothy Hauler,' i

sister of the bride, of Minneapolis. -
M.nn. as britlosmaids! wore
and blue marquisette
gowns of pink
over taffeta, of similar style G '
and carried old fashioned nose-
say bouquets Their headdress of SM
4i flowers and lace tulle matched RECORD AZ LINESA
their dresses in color. RJR
The Junior bridesmaids were
Miss Nadine Hayes who wore a MILES N 1946. +
gown of nile green net over satin 683
DAY and Miss Shirley Bowden. Lt1 I for
who wore a gown of yellow net But goal
Here are a few gift Juliet caps
over satin Both wore
suggestions. In case .. same
material as their
of the same
f I
you ha/cnt yet chosen dresses, embroidered with gold fJ4
a present for jour sequins and carried tapers In 1941. I

Dad holders from which hung gar- j
Watches lands of pink ro es, These young
Watch Bands i ladles lighted the tapers which

Key Chains Rings furnished the light for the wed- .,

Bill Folds ding ceremony. I
Miss Loretta Jean Arnall. niece ';
Pen Knives of the bride, and flower girl wore I .4 1,1r4iF !

Emerson Radios an ankle length gown of yellownet .MT: .I
over taffeta with a matching t

KNOWLESJEWELERS poke bonnet and net mitts. She _01, 1.4 "
carried a basket of the same col-
or, which was decorated with orchid "
ribbon Master Billie Stan- .
Toil Office Arcade
cil served as rln bearer, carrying
the rings on a white satin heart t. f f'to
shaped pillow, edged with lace r. II ,

I The best Best man Man was Calvin ; t\O] J.,. II

I Campbell of 'Dunkirk N. Y. col-

lege chum of the groom, and ush-. Dropping a line 10,1'\ 11

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Spacious Lobby. . ;

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Despite difficulties and: shortages a record .j' ,
Our Guests are Kind Enough to Tell ;'1
breaking 683 miles of rural lines were completed in ,

Us The EL PATIO'S Large and Finely 1946 This year we're out to beat that record for a '. I :

Appointed Lobby Contributes Greatly to two year tola)ol over 13t6 miles-enough to stretch r. ;:1 I:

the Enjoyment of Their Stay Here. from St Augustine to Quebec. Canadal) t tv 1i!

Yes we want to do more than our share In h:t
You Too We Believe Will Be
'Helping Build Florida" by luimshing adequate, .

Pleased to Welcome Friends or Business JI C .. A dependable Sunshine Service to (forms, homes, business '
Contacts in These Pleasant Surroundings. g:< and Industry just as quickly as we possibly can.rf .
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t' JI"" "1 do rot agree with a word jou say, but I will defend fTI.J J L./j I 10 .....E..4 Sunday S.ho.1 knl...

fi!I w;'h my life jour right to say it.' VOLTAIRE West -lJ / I Lanpp I p.m.Sur Church:t. penl't. Wu I

Published' every Fr.J.y. Editorial and business office, 313 ..
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Boa 632. Phone V..ic 3131. I,
s,; at rcond-cU matter J.no (, 1X6. at the pest office 10 D.a.m.Campbell Bible Claw.Ci.mforJ, fllU. ,
h i at Vtaict Florida under the Act of March 3, 1879. 11 am. Morning let.

: ',I..: I Subscription rater Ono year, $2.50; six montkt. $1.SO; three !! 7 5:10.SO PJ.pm. 0.l'.P.V Evening ..,.I.!.,,
Months, 75c. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 I I i iI '. Wednesday. 7,.'"i m, Y
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CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .... .. .. .. ... .. Editor and Publisher 'I
HELEN WILLIAMS ..... ... .. .... Offico Manager OSPREY BAPTIST CHUIa
lIow. J. W. Hinton, ,.,,?

: I _..10.ani ajn.'pvxltti Sunday< .en gh00 Br|. !,1\\
: :, e/1 prayer E.tnlmr suiiae Mrvkii, Wednesday| : I

.. I; Congratulations are in order for the unselfish I!
Nokomis who donating their ST. MARKS EPISCOrAL
'. At people of Venice and are CHURCH

t time, effort and thought to the community recreation Riviera St. and ..,... ft, .
Dr. Uoo.rd V, s. !>trkr,
program under the leadership of the Venice-Nokomis 1-45 .... Sunday t1,hooL late
11 .... Morning w'"...
N.-T.A. |I I
Despite two successive bad weather "breaks, the WUFCE U& CAN. SPEND HIS LEI JRE HOURS CHURCH OF COO

program of summer recreational activity has gotten off I I Venice A......
/ 11... c:. D. ..nl..., rMW
to a J fine start. We feel sure this organized effort to I 14 ..m. Sunday *, hovbII

I I" 'I provide summer recreation for both children and adults I Oils..m.p...Preaching. Pmrhinr. ,.

of this district will continue to furnish worthwhile entertainment I LETTERS To The EDITOR Service.Meter.Thursday. ,,10 P in, Y.u.| I

1 for all and will draw increasing support as time '.1 |>.n.. bmfit/ "'PI!,
(Note: The Gondolier will be glad to print letters of fenem -

,1 goes on. Interest when as and If space permits. Please keep them VENICE CATHOLIC CHUtCI 1
short. Anonymous letter will not be considered. However
Cull Theatre Venice An
I financial If the writer desires t. have only his Initials or nom de plane Venice
Reader," The Gondolier will be happy
such as "A published lie. C. L. El.l.nd.r) Paaa
to oblige.) .... .....
; S. Wilkinson and his co-workers deserve a communityvote .
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elf thanks for the fine job they are doing.
Venice Fla larded growth.People .
/ will com, shake their
I t CATTLE VS. PEOPLE Venice Gondolier. heads, and pass on, unbelieving MULLIGANBy

A.,, that any place :so richly endowedby l C.H.W.
Dear Sir: nature could have failed so
! Once again it appears that the pocketbooks of cattlemen
utterly to fulfill Its destiny. Any
: i t mean more to our state legislators than the lives t Can you find space for this
such conception Is foreign to the
; 1' of visiting and resident motorists of Florida. open letter to the people of Ven- American Ideology, for we have Those 45 carloads: of cue
ice In an early Issue?) shipped out of Venice this i
By which we mean that the 1947 Florida state seen that only through progress Poductl
'I'l d -0- succeed. by the Manhattan
'i: : I'i' legislature: has done nothing to require the cattle can we
I' One of the outstanding characteristics Today Venice stand upon change, as reported In TTiel
: : men to keep their livestock where they belong off
Americans noted by the threshold of realizing her doter last week, were valid

f ?;,:; : the highways and on their own land. foreign commentators and observers position In the sun. We are somewhere near $100,OM
'Ii' Is the
almost fierce pride
f ,It That this business of cattle roaming upon Florida'shighways and reverence In which the Individual about to become of age. Whether one of our local growers es

t '" is nothing to be shrugged off lightly; is shown holds his community.It rests or squarely not this upon goal Is the achieved shoulders there were approximately _

c I by a recent report made by the Florida State Chamberof makes no difference how of Venetians, and none million "cukes" in the obi

.: I of Commerce, in which it was stated : large or small the place may be. else. Are we going to shoulder Two Ve-No-HI youths i
it still holds a place of highest left I
Ii. visitors and residents met their the responsibilities of maturity among the boys who
esteem in the heart of the Individual ? Let us awaken to the IOta last Tuesday to work Is
death as a result of collision with roaming cattle in who calls It home.It .
solemn burden each
and everyone f 101<
Connecticut tobacco
"I' Florida during the five-year-period, 1942.1946 has likewise been said of must bear In order to ae-
( I when both travel and speed were greatly restricted [Americans that we are "small compllsh our just deserts. next month or so They'

. : $ owing to gasoline and rubber rationing. town" In our outlook. Perhaps There Is rife all manner of misinformation Earl Lanlus and Joe Carl I

f this Is so, to a degree, bcause rf seth. Dick Ocdney report

f<; J Duing that same period and from the same this very intense feeling we have i and, unfortunately regarding, it's our coming city sale of the golf course hit I

. cause I54 were injured of them seriously. for our communities,
I I many necessarily from Venetians. There Is also a through as per schedule, will

I t I Altogether there were 726 reported auto-cattle our time makes and attention us focus much on our of disposition to regard anything Philadelphia group rtpri
new with .
suspicion.Is Earnshaw i iIng
d I accidents. local conditions. by Col. A. C.
It too much to ask of ourselves the
Its on
; option
"This portrayal is taken from the official records Let us not forget however, that we stop giving! out Information

of the Sate of Florida," the State Chamber that this same deep feeling Is on subjects with which Sale price was not new alll1 1
the one which has Official name of the
commented, "and is released, frankly, with the hope this nation created In andsustained the *e are only mildly conversant corporation now ownllll

that the frightfulness of the condition will be most trying hours.It I Wouldn't It be better to compliment property Is, "Venice Oolf I"

brought home to those the someone on the purchaseof Earmhaw I II
'j" ; having responsibility and seems Inconceivable that property, rather than tell Inc. Colonel

the authority to put a legal end to future tragedies there should exist, today a community I I them It sold in 1936 for one tenthof back in Venice within a fog
of kind." and work on the $150,000
/ this In this country where what they have Just paid forit

I I': Obviously, the State Chamber was referring to our this feeling of communal pride Is ? Wouldn't It be worthwhile to I' expected to start Imm

legislators, 1947 edition.. It was a vain hope. absent but It very diefinltely appears take a constructive attitude towards --0-
In the minority In Venice. new ideas rather than
Frankly, we're puzzled as to how any legislatorwho You may well cry out in rIght. peremptorily dismiss them as In last week's list of those J

fails to do his \best to stop this senseless slaughtercan eous Indignation and say. "This "new-fangled?" had purchased uniforms W

sleep comfortably nights. does not apply to I Venice softball team, the
me!. but pause don't think there Ia one and two
of George Mitchell
i11 and reflect. Have you. by word ')r among US"ho, deep la his Inadvertently

Implication done anything that heart, doesn't want to see Venice person were AIJO,;
SUBSCRIPTION ORDER might hinder rather out. "Scuse, please. ,
than help advance or who doesn't take und
VENICE GONDOLIER, the growth of our city? I thinkan Pride In the city. Let us say Rev. Jerks wants It Rev Ii
t i that while it's "the
rlc P. O. Box 632, honest analysis will show that that our pride and Interest has rlece'wton" and "the Its

Venice, Florida. we all have been guilty for various been dormant. Venice has the for his
Crawford" J
reasons.In brightest and
Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one biggest future of padres In the local
communal life there Is no any town In Florida. We can Initial'
field, he wears his lj
year ($2.50)) ........._......?..., six month ($1.50)) ?....__......_..., such thing as remaining static all help to make It what It middle, to wit: "the Nov'
You progress or retrogress: should be-"The Ideal Resort.* .
tr three months ((75c)' .....................?' go forward, or backward. you From now P. Jelks." not "1'. HendlWtil
Let on. don't d
(All subscriptions must be paid in advance) assume for a minute that you are us information unless you volunteer are posi we're at It.chairman Marls J II J
of Kmlewood: is

Name ......... .......................... ....._........................... _._.._._...." Will satisfied you with also be the satisfied size of Venice. you five speak.of your Give facts. Think before Legion auxiliary' child
to have a boost. Insteadof '
.. committee not Marjorl
your comfort a knock.
Address ..... ......................._ ._._....................__.. .. ...._....._ ards of living reduced and stand .;. Ooshl We can't eves J
? Because Yours for the future food "typographical i
; this Is the Inevitable price of re- ol'
DICK OEDNEY those, eJtber.VENICE .


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June IS. 1947 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Firs ';,:;Y, 'i1 4 I I


Absence of many bowlers during SPECIALIZES IN tt ., :

16-14 GameinBetzTeam the summer months, as )Nell Continued from page one) OF It ARDIAN'g BALE LAND CLEARING 1 l 1 : !! :
as difficulty experienced In ob.
pounder fishing with Guide Ken. Notice, la )fwby given that pursuant :.: '
taining enough pin boys, led to to an order 01 Kale entered by the Hi .- Listing among Its all-new :
neth Hlgel unbi.. r<.rrwl Chapman. a. Judge uf th. !
a decision at last Saturday County Jiriirva C..urt In and fur the | equipment such items as a 29- e 1'4
M a disastrous fifth Inn- I night's meeting at the Bowlakadeto Louis Pappas, Venice 50- County of 8ur........ Slate uf Florida; i.n ton bulldozer and a 500-powad : I r
let the George the lash uay ol J,,".. A L). 1U47. I. IX IKIIK .. "
which they forego formation of summer pounder Guide Eddie Seale; 43-: .10 .. (ardlan i.f the properly of aUle ell\ ::c, the new Venice firm c
11 run to gain Walter ( CarMon. Inn. will I
i an mprtrnt (
score \; .
MB Venice soft- kegltng leagues Plans for a fall poundcr, Guide Bruce RIgby 0. the 14th day of July AD 1D47 at |of Clemons and Wagner nnounctd S" f
o 10 leed the league, to start In August or Sep- Bob Shanley, I 11:00: orlork; I AM offer tar sale end sell; this week it !Is available I :
Jamay 60-
at Payne Park Beach at public I outcry to the hlifhiut, bwtla and
faro rallied tember, are being made, however. >t bihler" for r..b.I".. the north for land clearing operations of r
last Monday to final- pounder, Guide Neal Taylor d,.,. i.f the eat "Inr. of the County Court | E ;
I well
asota any size us as street and t- t
H." >, Barawta. County of Saraaotaif .
16 to 1*, Shanley also boated another 60- Sta..r H"ii" a' that certain properly subdivision "' oik. tr r t
situate, I II In. and I helllK In Ih. Of
the locals'On AMATEURContinued pounder County
victory clinched and a 50-pounder. Saronta State> of Horn!., and more p.... Members cf the firm currently 1
second place in the Mis Lucille Hall Treasure Island Itirulnrly dew,'Ihnt a> follows tiwltlIxt ] engaged on a large Job near 'b1\\ 1
standings, with ( from page one) T HUk Itl Gulf VI>w see. Punta Lonnlc .
are t
an League 411 -pounder. Guide Nathan tl.n Venice. f'lulda. a* per pint I
and only one loss activities have been launched by '''.r..1 l.<"'rd.... among the PulillrriKirdi. on- ""il t A. U Wa npr. ,
fins Gold. <.f Sarasota '<,untr. rhrllaand ; "
to the league-leading the recreational program com- certain furnlttir. firnlHhlnnan I
was nine, which has mittee swimming classes and Miss Helen Band Delaware. I fliiiir.il 1.-.-d ala. .'..In I r : I
Sarasota but Midget Calendar .
t gold pmntrv shell nit he sold fn I :
record as a result of their hobbycraft. Ohio but formerly chief nurse at I..., than KKo' Thuiuinil Hi.. Hundred ,
the Venice Army hospital. 72'a-\ and No IllO Rollers l5SOOlll| ...h. I It
night 7-6 Louis Suter of the 1
Wednesday Hotel Ve. C I. MiKAIfJC I .
t pounder Guide S. S. Blackbuin .
and 0 Sun.'IERIC.'S nezla, formerly a Red Cross I' .. R,dl.i ..' the I"r' ""-rt) ) ,
One of the eeki if, Walter G. Carleton, aiIf
swimming Instructor will conduct highlightswas I ,.....,..ttnt'un. .
the the landing of a 103-pound It. 20, 87. July 4. ID I?. '-1 :
swim I
classes. which Mill : :
SOFTBALL tarpon on nme-t.iieaj line by I
be for both children and adults. If
EAClE; STANDINGS enough registrations are received John Wilhelm of St Petersburg. ;;;:;{fj ... ,, J
W L He boated the big fish after a When Melba AK .
by Mrs.AdorJanphone 3412), w. toy "
of Sarasota 5 0 It Is hoped to start the classes battle of two hours and a half I ll the cigar supreme, i iw ( 6 J
3 1 I during which he broke his light m on |lust thai". '. ) {
of Venice some afternoon next week. _t)
casting rod.Wilhelm's. No other cigar ol 9c l r 1
Co. j' i '
rge Betz Hobby Program contains luch high Ill 111 "
catch would: have OZ477 t
CTSI 0 :2 I quality taboccoi Yet, a t 4 1 i
Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall of the topped: the light tackle diMslon- lieS
0 4 9 10 n ItS 14
d I 0 Sun (here Ii plenty ol the choicest
trailer park phone 2592 will be but he had not registered l In the HAVANA tobacco grown on 16 17 I819 )o u

In charge of the: hobby shop frogram. tournry thus maklni him fish Ineligible the Island of Cuba In every u i( 14 n 16 t; tS

In Jones Vcn-tlan pltdier, Anyone Interested In displaying for consldt'ration. Melba cigar Try one today. 19 joAM' d

lly Blew :tedit for the win. their handicraft or Intaking r--- You will *noy| II from the .

fined to be the batting stare I Ii part in the hobbY shop Ant le the last puff.

i local ti un getting three |I work is asked to contact her for SHOES not U your hove Mtlbai dealer, write does ii aJa,.+a ,
ut t of four trips to the plate. further Information FIXED v '. '" UIWIS MOM M !=KlW\RI, 11.1 Irtl'h THE DAY }

I'e! up nine hits, but Issued ] A display of shillciaft boat WhilF ti'., TO 1IMT I

Jfiree! sullen and plane models, knitted or YOU ; I

crocheted articles, uoodwoiK WAIT i 0Lk3AR \t r t
as a 4 1 0 1 0 clay models and similar; works of Deke's Shoe Repair C65 .*'. Venice Ave, f
Ib e I I II 0 IIb
local hobbyists will be 'held '
1 I t I hir. next Next to Fir. Station THE CIGAR SUPREME "rllire I I'"
4 I I 1 e 1of Wednesday afternoon from 1:30: (Venice AVI. Colored Section) I' '
I > 1 0 I 0 0 M -
Zb 4 1 I A 1 I to 4 p.m.. In the vacant store :at
f e 0 I 0 le. 3(03) >\\nlce avenge. next to ;.I+ ':': :'.;;.:::,: :: r.mtmm.tzn.: :; .. .: .. M.,, .:;:. :;:':;";:k
10.0 tt
t/ 0 t 6 0 the bank. Anyone welcome to I Ii.

: l : ; ::11 bring his or her hobby collection Will See YOUR Ad?
U II 10 11 111 aIr or handicraft to the storeroom They

4.00 044 I 162"I that day, to be added to the display .
0,11'00' 14.ran
Mrs. Kujkenda'l raid *'
League Ilatline A.H'II n && *.
.lire, non .t bat 1 ': r .
Glm' June 6IAll I.n f
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II" 1 ..doeBala CLASSIFIEDADS ''ii'I
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Ru. Ratted In ,1'I I (Jc a word lint 10 word. It tick 'II IVLe
lire .. J, IMl. B.taV 0 I additional wod. MInimum charge.
Vr. ,O Cee; Aimtt iI t 2Sc Cash with Ad. Special rats
V..it. KT.. HiraxiU a, I IUldini for mono than 0., ..Insertion of Ih. 'II I I lit2
'.110 same ad Ad. will b. accepted over1he
telephone (3131)) up la S p.m.
Pitchers Thund.y, with the u.d.ntandngadventsr
.In.. Kb Sa W L Prlhn will remit payment
i )II in 4 t .tI" I promptly) I
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QUICK RELIABLE -----------.
SERVICE. CALL lute. .... Phone 8I1'.out.I.I', I I'. cry I). H
VeniceNumbing ton K4. (.).prey.
ONE OAK PHI(. Ore, I..-..,..,., J\\
Shop ... .. .
ine ubl.O't. One Iwo lad. .ml.I. \ atII *
sum .leaner. )Ire. Mare, brtntlanlHELP .
IU, Venice Phone 2153 Phone 1614.WASHING.
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f',4........ Used J\.t eau m..lllh.. I'hono tI
BusinessAND 2111. I

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ProfessionalDirectory care tt place July IK t.. h.'|it, I. Aiiliry .
i I Fhinr Bassoons 71-.MI4 nlliit. Fisher .. 46
Trail. t I.' miles mouth of 1I.rry nn th.


BABY IiIITIEII. M.ddlr.ogad wuuran,
EWES E. ILVDES, Available any Iim. Phone.2011. : I Mr. Businessman:


Office: 1>.U 3251. 2 to- 5. lU.D'l I with SEPTIC M..d..TANK. pumping and ('ullm..t.....1..1| I clt-.ninB R.wunable No Matter What Service You -Have to Offer, l

** and ral.. L..tin'II and A Urn. Ph..noB47I
No Matter What You; Have to Sell, Advertising

DRIVEWAYS PUT IN. Murk. fill dirt
ROOFING ihrll Concrete work of all hi"... wit I Can Help You.
f Work of All KindsALVIN ...liar. Loui. Ad..rj.n. Phone 1412. :

Phone p. 2981 JONES To Be More Specific, An 4 t ,

Acreage Can Help You.

VENICE FARMS Call 3131 or Stop In Our Office Next Time

$25.00 to $jO.OO You're Down This Way. We'll Gladly Help You

An Acre _ii i Work Out An Ad That Will Bring Results.



4111donts the torture atat '
Purchaser to pay for abstract VENICE GONDOLIER

1:110bocoot 'l:3 Phone 3131' ;

fit cited ; H. N.. Wimmers Well Venice Avenue

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. I, GEDNEY SOX Boas HAM TO FOOD With documentary a Umi* Indicating Try the New Mj
.t ,. Dirrell Ray was born a $100,000 transaction a
A son.
.' i. .Ccctim/ed: from page one) to SALE NEXT FRIDAY deed conveying the former "011-
\ Hospital
. ./( e ," s. J. UBt. If37 In that year he decldt June S at Sarasota da Medical Center now the Raw

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. .. : end cf the insurance business itt 909 Orovelaod avenue. The nee Mrs. Victor Rett1 and Mrs. Lows bee to Joseph R. and Sylvia

!.. :"..: tc New YOlk and bega arrival neighed seven pounds: Appolson will be a feature of the Weinstein of Perth Amboy, N. 4,
1 t 1 sort for \e'lhoust and SayrVfij'.ed right ounces. food tale to be held next Friday has been filed at the county

ell' 1 States managers for the, from 11 a m to noon by the courthouse In Sarasota. Wein-

.. inland! marine department of the Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club stein took possession of the
< Ktwf Insurance Co. the following year he became associated I In the patio entrance of the Catherine three-story hotel here last No-
4 American Insurance West Yen
with the Building at 249
s To Philadelphia
N J.. ..nd
: t't'a...-. ; l -. aim; and various other became their Philadelphia manager Pies, cakes meat loaves, and RELEASEDJohn

.. I' :tJ, f<, for metropolitan -
1. .. e," P. laJr 'ha office for New marine departments Delawar for sale too reports Mrs.1 for Investigation in connection

I 11r\ '. tnd S yre early in 1938. In Philadelphia. Charles McO Roberts, chairman i axe-rifle affray there
and Maryland He held that posi with an
enlisted In the Arm; of the committee in charge. recently In which his employer,
ton: until he I
John Plemment. was wounded In,
in 1941.
: p fi I I Irl 'l'llla (' l Discharged from service late 'n GETS CERTIFICATE I the stomach, has been released

'. fI' I Mass Ruth Jek! of Venice from the county Jail the Sheriffs
advised by h1physicians Il'i ben, Dow-the
1945 Oedney was ire
: Laurel
In the The Investigation
15 OUR'IQ.StNESSIj teacher Ian year Office reported. ; CM players all
somevvherin nt
.. ." to slated to teach at Os- that Conner
rr niool; but disclosed have been *HUB ( ,
the South. He came to Venice { of.
prey next term. received one ol I had been struck 01 the head
I If and entered the real estate field: .
'. ... Addition of general insurance to the 271 teaching certificates issued with an axe before theshooting.It MUSIC SH(
I ''I by the State Department of Phone
was reported. \tn\a 26q
I his business was a
Education during May It was I
that he was enabled to take
announced this week by State
I II I the first of this month, when the I School Superintendent Colin LAWN FURNITURESolid

firm of Richard H. Oedney, Inc..
Wood and Canvas Seat
English She received a graduate ChaIrs
moved Into new and larger quarters -
certIficate. English aid 79 requests Tables Benches BarB-Qut Grit]
at the corner of West Venice
for certificates came from
avenue and Nassau streets
; out-of-sta'e re idents. LIVING ROOM SUITES

I II In the recent incorporation of; LOUNGE CHAIRS and

the firm. Herbert H. Meyers be. OPERATION PLATFORM ROCKERS
came secretary-partner and holds!
j the position of office manager. 'I Douglas Bowen, sixyearoldson We Have A Complete
1 of Mr and Mrs. B. E Bowen Assortment cf

of Nokomis, was operated on last I s
Tuesday at Sarasota Hospital for TableAnd

: removal of tonsils and adenoids
font consideration it proper "
profcuionol serves for our cut- OPEN AM. TO 1 P.M.: He Is now home getting along il"I. r

women Service which only cot- tine FloorLamp.

lug graduation,not lictnwrt ond

I r boors of experience con gin. That AT CAMP: .

\ b what we ofltr you when you Scout Vernon "Bud" Davids of
!'1', bring your prescriptions to ut
Englewood. a member of Boy KING FURNITURE CO.

: ,' The Rexall Store Scout Troop 28. this week Is attending -
" Venice Radio Service Camp Flying Eagle, on "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"FUNTA

r't''. i I i I Pmrriptlnn Sp ri.li.tn" Phone {$72 the Manatee river east of Bra- GORDA ARCADIA FT. !UT
POST fit FI(E ARCADE 251 W. "('n'ce Ave. Venice I
r "IOVE I.M VENICE lemon

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{ Takes Pleasure in Announcing the Opening of a


.1! General Insurance Office

.f.":' ; ; in connection with their Real Estate Business.

WE REPRESENT : Royal Insurance Co.

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/$' Surety Fire Insurance Co.

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New York Casualty Co.

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i H I'MW. We ere equipped to handle All Forms of Insurance and will specia1iz

; in Analysis of Your Insurance Requirements for both Home 'and Busines;


34 r, Venice Ave. and Nassau

St. Venice

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