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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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System ID: UF00079934:00072
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1947

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FATHER OF EIGHT NABBED Sanitary Engineer 1

Big Dayn HERE 13 YEARS AFTER ESCAPEDuty Urges Venice to Build .

Venice the harsh taskmaster of every law officer t'

'Chief of Police Gerry Pestotn.k last Tuesday morning to take compelled into custody Sewer System At Once ; :
of eight children who i
escaped from a Polk Coun-
| Plans for Venice's big Fourth ty prison camp near Bartow 13 years
ago only three
after he
,' July celebration neared com- had started serving a _one-year term for theft. Predicting Florida will double its population within the next 10 1 I

Jetlon this week and entries befm But jess man 12 u: hours later, years David B. Lee, chief sanitary engineer speaking at a Lions

to come in for the bathing Chief Pestotnlk was taking a Club meeting at the Tarpon Center Restaurant last Tuesday night, p

auty contest that will feature leading part In efforts to obtain wasn't.thought This Is It, But It urged that Venice prepare to share In this growth by constructing a 1 :.I
you left I told my. new sewer system and disposal ,
ill-day program at Venice the escaped prisoners release, as soon as possible. l
self I ought to go back to Bar-
Lee recommended that If Venice
announced by John either through 't,
each, it U pardon or parole.
tow right that night, and give voters favor the $279000 sewer I
Wilkinson: chairman of thefeimaier The escapee ,was Calvin Holder,
up. But I Just couldn't do
project proposal when the "ad- No-Vel Post to
Recreation Program who came to Venice about a year It,"
visory referendum" election Is }
tooaitteeI : ago and in recent months has Holder's '
chief concern seemedto held here August 4. the city proceed Hold 'BirthdayDinner
I festivities will get under wayt been driving a truck for Louis I I be for his family 'Will they
at once to advertise for bids.
t the beach next Friday at 10n Adorjan. who holds the city gar- lake care of my wife and the "If July 28 ,
you can afford it, then buildat
he said with the morning bage collection contract. kids" he asked the chief anxiously. "
once Lee advised "If the bids
[ram to feature bicycle races Chief Pestotnlk acting on a tip Pestotnik assured ''hIm arrangements In celebration of its first year t
of line then for
from are out forget It
If boys and girls and three-leg- an unidentified informant for care of the family of existence No-Vel Post No. 153: i ,

ed races and nail driving con- confronted Holder last Tuesday would be made Immediately. awhile. Things may come down. of the American Legion will holda
but I haven't indicationof
ti for boys girls, men and woes morning and questioned him The Bartow authorities were notified seen any "birthday dinner" at Johnny's

truck driver readily admitted, the that Holder had been taker. it yet. Coffee Shop In Sarasota on the 1''

Ijartiecn period has been set chief said that he had escaped Into custody and sent an officer Asked Advice night of Monday. July 28, It was "

[for 12:30: to 1:30 p.m.. with theerican from Polk County authorities He here Tuesday afternoon to return City Supervisor Phillips H. Mallory decided at last! Monday night's

Legion Auxiliary to op- said he had been sentenced to him to the Polk County jail president of the Lions Club. meeting of the post at Its Venice it

prison "for stealing some chick had asked Lee for his recommendation Air Base
rate food sale booths for those Holder's employer, Adorjan clubhouse.
that he had been
>ho do not bring their own ens. himself an ex-Venice police officer saying Tickets for the dinner shouldbe t
lunches. "Gerry" he said simply "it's a told by contractors that Venice ,
immediately launched a cam- obtained by members, for ;

Al! day long other booths and relief. I've talked it over with my paign to get Holder released offering should build Its sewer project as' themselves and for their guests 'i. ,

WOT will be open, under oper- wife about going back to finish to assume responsibility If soon as possible because of the from Paul Goldenstein at the Alpha -
[itlonbythe P.-T.A. and other my sentence many times his employee were paroled. tremendous backlog of similar Music Shop, 311 West Venice

these last few but public works, not only In Florida ;- i I
dilutions participating In theBffler years some Contending Holder had rehabilitated avenue They are priced at $160 'i
but In the rest of the nation. '
recreation how I guess because of the fam- himself and that no each

1D the afternoon program. ily, I just couldn't bring myselfto useful purpose could be served by I've been told that if we At last Monday's meeting DIS- '
Is planned "
wait Mallory said "we will haveto
rage t boat do it. But, now well, I'm forcing him to return to jail trict 8 Commander Wllfiid T. Z c
race, a 1,000-yard with all these other
'Continued glad It's over, In a way." I Adorjan prepared a petition urg- compete Robarts of Sarasota was guest of t J
page six)
cities and counties for both ma-
Recalling that Chief Pestotnik ing that Holder be given his freedom honor and gave a brief talk. Also {

had come to his home only the' Numerous (signatures already terial and skilled engineering labor a guest was Andrew Malanca, ,

[County Board in night before, on another matter. have been obtained and the They say shortages will not Venice.Nokomis High School I

favor Holder said: petition will be sent or taken to only delay us but that our build- youth who represented No-Vel "

of Teaching "You know. Gerry, when you: Polk County authorities next Ing costs will" remain high. Do post at the recent "Boys' State" '

ible came to the house last night I week you agree? at Tallahassee. Malanca described j ; j
in Schools _n un____ No Federal Aid Soon activities of the week-long ,. m

Plans Venice Softballers Grab League Lee said he did and that he gathering of boys from all parts of \ ,

whereby the teaching of (Continued on cage two) the state sponsored annually by 'l.t ):

Bible would be made an elec- Lead With 10-3 Win Over Sarasota the Legion to give youths of Florida p ', '
Te ,
ooL course in Sarasota High Englewood to a better knowledge of how I' f rl

endorsed by the county Slugging out a 10 to 3 win the Venice softball team last Wed- our government works. ,! ,I II

boos board at its meeting last nesday night at Payne Park in Sarasota walloped the City of Sara- Murdock Road I Commander Ralph Q Simpson A' r
ay. r
would not affect Venice- sota nine to grab an undisputed hold on first place in the American and Adjutant B. E. Bowen I' ,
dunk To Be reported ,. 'k
In.on of High School In the Division of.the county softball league. Repaved the Legion had bought itsclubhouse I '. tt!
Perry Hayes, school Prior
to Wednesday night's
from the
member from this Bids for repavlng and improv- city. k' 4
district. game. Venice and Sarasota were
It was announced the Legion E
After for receiving a Petition ask-i Nokomis Boy Gets tied for first, with five wins and ii.g Englewood the state and highway Murdock between a total would co-operate with the P.-TA tin

establishment of such a one loss each. The lone Venice M. ]
the Fourth of July celebration
In distance of 17.414 miles were ,
Sarasota High, with Biggest Tarpon, defeat was at the hands of the
at Venice Beach.Coming !'
't to be given for It asked this week by the State 'i
as for Sarasota squad. '
" r regular Ruled IneligibleFour Road Department. The woik Is to
courses the board Next Monday night In the sec- ,
eat on.record. Hayes i be done on State Roads Nos. 771

tor "desirous of Instituting said, the II tarpon weighing over 100 ond game at Payne Park Venice 775 and 776 lying partly In Sara- Events I w' l
will tangle with the George Bctz
of the Bible) In the pounds each were among the nu- sota and partly in Charlotte
nine a team the Venetians de-
IOI1dlnr during
sUch action merous silver kings caught County.
meets with
feated 16-14 In wild and
mows approval of the Sara-, the past week but none of a wooly F E. Bayless. State Road De- Monday, June 30 i

Ministerial! Association. them was accepted for entry In tame on June 9. partment chairman, and E. C. 8:30: p.m., Softball game Venice r''

Aboard asked that the mat- the current International Tarpon League managers are to meet DeOarmo state highway engineer vs. George Betz Payne Park Sar

referred to the association. Tourney. (Continued on page six) said bids will be opened July asota. h'

Indicated willingness! to par the The "professional guide" angle r 15. Work on the project It slatedto Tuesday, July 1

Of a teacher three cases. In start soon after I
the for the course was Involved In Health Clinic Here Open that 6:30: pm.. Lions Club meets.
aSSOCiation the angler ---
would the fourth instance
an Center Restaurant.
victor Thursday Next Week Thief Breaks Into
who would had not registered before going ,
meet state
q'Jrernents! 8 p.m., city council meets, city 1'
for teacher certlflCIl. out to fish.Tenyearold. Instead of Friday Car Here; Steals hall

Billy Joseph Jr., Clothing Worth $250 /
of those rul- Dr. W L. Wright Sarasota 8 pm., American Legion Auxil-
of Nokomis was one
ed out. Billy caught a 100'j. County health officer, yesterday Clothing and other articles val iary meets. Legion clubhouse, y

Venice advised The Gondolier that ued at more than $250 were stol- Venice Air Base.

W e a t h e R I IAATUaE Iw fishing pounder aboard yesterday the "Carolee"off with the health department clinic en early last Monday morning 8 p.m., 'movie" show, Venice r

been the In Venire will not be open next from the car of Raymond M. Beach.
his father. It would have
heaviest fish to date in the Chil Friday, July 4. Wright of Richmond Va.. 'whileIt Wednesday, July 2

Nvioul Hiab L.w RAINFALL lwe1'rl \.- dren's Division, but was ruled out "Any patients who wish to was parked in front of a local 9 a..m., band practice, Venice-

June 2eported ............... 11.02 because his father is a professional Attend! the clinic may do so hotel Entrance to the car was Nokomis High School auditorium. r
June 87 70 0.00oo announced next week on Thursday, July gained by jimmying a front window -
21 guide It was Thursday, July 3
Julie 89 71 0.00p. 3," Dr. Wright said. "The regular .
., June 22 23 89 71 0.00 and the rules state no guide nor clinic sessions will be heldon Police Officer Herb Hancheyand 2:30 pm.. children's beach party -
84 70 0.23 member of his Immediate family
June 24 87 73 0.00 Fridays, as usual, after Deputy Sheriff Carl Mayer! Venice Beach. ,
June It eligible to compete.
25 87 73 0.00y next week." fingerprint expert of Sarasota 6pm., basket picnic Venice
June The other three big tarpon rul- i
83 71 0.00 Investigated the case. i Beach, adults and children.
y date this month .... 11.17 (Continued on page three)


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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday june 27, 19ti''
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t + MINISTERSThe I I Monday for North Claude Curry of Nokomis ,w
n1 Meetings of the Venice Business FELLOW one) Wednesday, June 25
II (Continued from page On Vacation Trip becalllt I
Association will be discontinued Rev Allen E. Bartlett, pas I I thought Venice would be wise to Richardson of great-giandfather for the fitlp!

during the summer unless tor of the Newaygo Mich., Methodist I go ahead with the work at once. Stan and Helen 303 time and Mrs. Mrs Lucille Ejo .

special sessions are needed, It was Church and son of Mr and I Lee added that ire personally I R & R Sporting avenue Goods wlU at close of the Venice post office stall became !

aL announced by the board of gov- Mis James E. Bartlett Sr.. of I II oidnt think it was worthwhilefor West Venice t'he'summer and a grandmother whoa
delay such projects In their store for daughter was born J
cities to
ernors this week. MA. Braswell, I Venice, was luncheon host today Monday, with their two Mr.
II the hope of getting financial assistance leave Mrs. William E. Dilggflil '
who made the announcement in at the; Palm Drill to clergymen of from the federal government children Mark and Kay on a asota Hospital: Mrs, Su I
the absence of Chairman O L. this vicinity !, lengthy vacation trip. They will the former Wanda Elliott
1 Kincaid, who Is away on vacation : federalaid return to Venice early In Augustto I
the D think II) get
y Those Invited were Rev "I don't you The' new arrival
aid the school and advertising I remodel and stock a full line named V
{ Campbell Ciauford pastor of the in the next 10( years, he decial'l' quellne Jackie
4 committees have been requested there wouldn't be of sporting goods In the store In velaed'!: !
<1. "sO
seven pounds, four
to First Baptist Church; the Rev. ounces.
continue with their programs, on September 1. 1Ier
that time to reopen
much UM of holding off on
father. In the
h 'low ever, George L, Harper new pastor of I The Richardsons will drive to Army, is expected

h, A I the Venice-Nokomls Methodist account" Cincinnati to visit Mrs. Richard- to. arrive here from Fort 1%! .
Lie said that most of the an- mouth. N, J today.1Cent ,
Church; Ue Rev Edward King L.Rut'h. "
} TIME: ON YOUR IUND? tic fated huge Increase In population son's parents Mr. and Mrs. R.
in charge of summer services at ,
incidentally -
The Ruths .
in Florda would be due to : -
I St, Maiks Episcopal Church, and
built here
the growth of smaller communities are having a new home
\ (- the Rev. Henley F. Jerks former I' SALE!
It about Oc-
,: l: .1 not the large cities. and expl'cto occupy
pastor of the Baptist Church
:: >" I here 'If Venice goes ahead with Its tober 1.1After i
project now, and makes a few days in Cincinnati
: Have You Ever Been I Ir plans wage for a better and softer water i the Rchnid'ons; plan to visit his !

Snookered? Venice supply." 'he said "then It will [uncle and aunt In Fi>'ette. Ohio.

RADIO SERVICE be in a wonderful position to pet'I Thin :Mrs Richardson and the XIIQ
I It's Here! )1(0nFRT": T F.(11 PARTS Ir'llF.'T1F.'I"IIXE more than Its share of this tremendous ,children will return to Cincin-

while Stan to Detroit
The population Increase goes
First Snooker Table In
I This Section We Imitiou tot 'No town can progress without \llch: to meet his son Stanley,
Participate In 01ltni ,> OK a good water supply and a 'Jr They will take delivery on anew

inf.of The dimes World', MOM Fl'jnaf cod sewage disposal! system." he S: nson plane from the St!n- fog g,4g r /

: as"'rted.i In this connection he son factory at Wajne Mich,

<\' : : 1'L tl reminded the Lion that WalterB about July 17 and will then fly I Ii JRMHT( Giant Sin40c :

.r WIMP Ittnlt'' HI.I'lH Stills in charge of the city cut to Portland! Ore.. to visit relatives
B. B DUNN! AND SON 'HH 111II.S: i A.fl/.e Lime lif
I'e 1'11"1 water works, was probably the The elder! Richardson II
l q' WELCOME: YOU 2\1 w. ('rue A'..ours I'.nlre most (mto'tint man In Vmlci to pl"ns to ret IIl'n.'Ia train to Cincinnati 25c
't you and!:! your family, for you de- about August 1.
t''" ,'rd upon him to make gout'water I ----- ----

\\ t. I "G onC. Fish; : :in' potable bicteilolorlcallv for oiink: ." safe and I I'I' :MUTING" of the local Sf 41c

'Y 1\ ILL Ir.ol't sLI'TFYrF Jt i.t tt I 'l"J.I' LINE OF trees Adoption, Cub Scouts will be held at 8

: H'OI(1J\l: ; (.IID'i. n"m'\G T.\ m.J 1:1\11 Lee also tnrted( that \ml' ocloik tonlRht at t the Venice-No-

: ,eI \( ( I"JooOlllr.11: adopt pertinent sections of the kcmlsMhortist! Church Mrs J. The Rexal! Store

tate sanitary code! asserting this T Blalotk din' mother,
i "? urges 'Pre.ertptian Spc, '
action would! site the city' closer parents! and Cub scout executivesto
rUST OFHlf: Al" 111F
control over local sanitation probe attend. j .
THOSE SIM t1 I ,71
g 4 I I 1, ins and r.1,0"ol'ld ce:! tin
J R 11 R S:1orting Goods health \
n : cctintv officer the right to

10 l handle cases in tie; city court. ALPHA MUSIC SHOP!
' I I "T.', and mux: HIIf IRDCONII hould court action bo nl''I'SSIU'\1
, I, .. to compel obedience: to regulations xow (\I\tf., n,,''' !'olf\1. VOLUME A"D SHEET 'll'1C
') At" I "nul.r Khr .t!' IDitT.i-w-ifo.; : .... ;.; ., ;.f.'f....[ 'rifu. :. .O:7. F. 1fJ !f ZV: : safeguarding the p iblic's ('.ill MM'\In r library and !Sheet :Music

II r. I :: :! i health G. 'jliirnier Library and Sheet :Musk I
t ) ird 'Such an ordinance rerentlvwas I John \\", 'tiiinn
"j' :: A Privilege to Iive I" noi"a >( -library; Itriwin Inc
! ; Introduced bv Councilman Th. Presser ('0.. Boston MoMc Co.. Ilirim.
; I 1 !I rl A Distinction to Live in Venice, 1 1I Finn W. Caspuscn but his fellow' \\'ork!: Berlin and Stony Others,
; city councllmrn tumed thumbsdown VMs: <'RI'--R I OR lot AM PI ICATins

it'. I H. N. WVIMMERS ; on the pioposal! lift llviUo. SI..mh..C..I..n. Mnlnllr. w'e.tinahauee end At, I; ,.1"
\ t. ;:0.' ,. And lI.mint' Hand T>l...rllrr I>r aler
: ; ;; Cat::ei.en, also a guest at the 311 W. VI-M 'r AVIM f: I'll'1, .1
Realtor { Lions meeting! asked Lie In the I No,:,,, keps'rs ... H. 10. Rented Cameras R.nto,,'
\'r 'ICE FLORIDA: ;dal, "tiue'tlon and answer" session
,-/ that followed his tail
: :
.:!..', Where, the Tamianj Trail duets the Open Gulf y yt :1'.'' Does the average citizen ap- I I

: 1)1 ccale! the need for proper sanitation VENICENOKOMISBANK
A2r. or would they think they ,

...",, =- 'L__ .:! iie ,lu;t bring/ pushed Into' something '

that 1'nt really neces
Says T.u.pan'rIIt'ad
replied that "the average:

taxpayer today is farther ahead "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT'

wish lii desire for better ;anitacn .
; and in his! wllllnsnoss to pay f
M..nb.r of Federal De:>o.t Inturanct Corp.
| or it, than the average city commissioner

." |AA Maximum Insurance
YOU get "I believe," Lee declared "that IjI V For Each Depositor $5000

lie people are ready for better I

sanitation and111 approve of I _
distinctive s'.:ch' )projects, perhaps even more .

printing readily than their elected riprentatlves -
''' in "
home cases Spacious
r Also a guest at He; dinner was Lobby 0 .

f from the R. L. Cause of Earasota county I

t anltatlcn officer, who pledged
'ii' full operation to the city of i Our Guests are Kind Enough to T 1 'I 1 1Lb
rF 1 Venice sod promised! all!" aid pos- : 'I he EL 1
I I'MIOS 1 Large and Fnu1'
gOl1.GO ler press sib:e to help with any of its sani.aton -

problems Appointed Lobby Contributes Greatly 1"" l

at reasonable LAND ( FARING I the Enjoyment) of Their Stay Here.
prices Kiwi lid euhiiv'.ion l U.-II,
1H...,. A. A'1-New Outfit, Ind"I.In. .
a1 .+'yt/ .' -T' n U ,,1I,1.'r You, Too, \\e Believe, Will [BeHei

CVmors & Wagner
: >ed \\'ecome!
Friends Buvne
"hunt or
) 3231 "J"CE'HOE3 P. o. Box !.7

Contacts in These Pleasant Surroundmss




venice YOU ,t
WAIT 225 \\'. Venice A\'e. > VENICE FLORIDA Phone 3S7J

313 west venice ''avenue phone 3131 Deke's Shoe Repair I

,hex( to Fl,. it3tic.iiV SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT
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June 27, 1947 VENICE GONDOLIER Pale Threw '1 a 1 jo' .',,:; : I I

TARPONContinued COVER OF NEW 48-PAGE "FLORIDA" BOOKLET Alderman Named f ''k+r t ;; f

( from page one) Secretary ofNavigation : t 1 .
were landed by: CapStan i
? DistrictSarasota ,
Leech Sarasota. 103 t l

5, Dick Whiteside. Tampa.. County Commissioner r
|fJ4. pounds and Fred Lowe .
J. O. Alderman was named sec-
_s a-Orllle, 106 pounds (failed letary of the newly created West :''J'} : I '

Mister). Coast Inland Navigation District .... I I
Cell Six: Flab Mg: SUNSHINE STATE,," at an organization meeting held t.' I ". 1 '

J Bob Shanley of Jamay Beach f fa at Biadenton last Monday, Ed) H. i I
lining with Woody" Roberts Beckett Pinellas County Commissioner t ': : I

ittoued to pace local anglers was named chatrmaa.Ine "i:, ., '
king a tarpon big enough toID : last legislature created the ."'1 t
the 1947 automobile to be district for the purpose of establishing "t
1. the Gulf Coast Waterwar .. :
warded as a grand prize. Shan- 1 ;.
caught six fish this week bute from Tarpon Springs on the J I
j heaviest one of the lot only north to Fort Myers in the south \' .
link In the intra-coastal w,,- \ I
Ijhed 85 pounds, far below the as a
nt-leading catch of verway extending! from New Big
land to Texas.
\A\ credited to Otto
pounds i
The district's first steps will Include ( .
idler, of Milwaukee. acquisition of righls-of- II I

I MTJ Jackie Callanen of Venice way which Army engineers hoa"I'

30-pounder, fishing with estimated will cost along .ith ;
engineering work about $360.030. I I sTae
Rlngo aboard the "Miss
six counties In the district
Venice Welgh- J
reported Manatee Charlotte "
Sarasota 1
Buddy Rlngo Later Mrs. Lee, Pinellas and Hillsborougb .t j 4

&I1anen got a 42-pounder and are authorized to levy one-nub of J 'I i ia

II Callanen boated a 47-pound I mill to raise funds for purchasing -

This Is the cover of a new 48- I mund for booklets by those interested booklet Is titled 'Florida. The, rights-of-ways and for wi3 xa-

I page booklet just Issued by the In visiting Florida, distribution Sunshine State" and In completely ing bridges along the route. .
Florida State Advertising Com Is handled entirely by Illustrated with 107 full-color The section of the watennr .I I
mission, and now being mailed to the Commission in response to running through the Venice areas
photographs showing the state'srecreational
The New
those who reply to the state's na. Inquiries coming from outside the ( expected to cost the most for
Carlson industrial agricultural rieht-of-way acquisItion. Consresi I''
Stromberg tional advertising campaign state.
home building and business authorized but not yet appropriated "
Because of the scarcity of Regarded rs the finest brochure has '
"Dynatomic"e.. printing paper and the heavy de- Ihsved by any state the new advantages funds for the waterway : 1
,t-i. \\1.
ing the summer but a few close of the Navigation '. f
Most Florida Cities Pick Wednesday Next meeting
Thursday afternoons !
i ) District directors will be held ...
Afternoons for Mid-Week Closing Thursday afternoon closing about July 14, Chairman Beckett' ;. \ ',
communities the year round, are: announced at a place to be designated .
-- JACKSONVILLE Florida's retailers In1 communities are DeFunlak Springs. Dunnellon in a week or two.. ,1 1 .
agreed that there should be a half-a-midweek-holiday. and they do Kissimmee, Live Oak and Marl- ,
LtrACDC observe one but they are not all agreed community-wise, that Is, anna. :,' '''I
that the half-holiday should fall on Wednesday, a Florida State Those closing on Thursday afternoons 1 ,:
Chamber of Commerce survey reveals. In all cases. It Is either Wednesday t '
or Thursday, and becauseof conditionally are: Bon- ,
this 24-hour difference the Hill Clermont Cocoa, Crescent ifay, Key West Pompano Milton "i. '
City, Dade City, DeLand. Dunedin Stare and Pensacola (except
State Chamber moved to
was I
Fernandina Fort Myeis. stores. which l
I I grocery close en
make the study In the Interest of '
commercial and other travelers. Fort Pierce Gainesville Lake j Wednesday afternoons). : I I,
Hamilton Lake Wales Leesburg -- --
$34.55 Retailers In the following com .
Moore Haven, New Smyrna .

ALPHA MUSIC SHOPPhone munities on close each at Wednesday noon or of thereabouts the Beach Okeechobee, New Port Palatka Richey,Panama Ocala 2JtU L SMILE INSURANCE r'OJ'

Venice Auburndale, Avon Park. 1 '
un year:
City, Port St. Joe Safety Harbor, A little present now f
Belle Glade, Brooksvllle, Center Sanford keep'
Tarpon Springs, Vero and then will
Beach Zephyr Hills and Carra- your best girl smiling. I

Have You Flown the New Yet? belle Whether you make ;
Spin-Proof Ercoupe her hcppy with a flat I
Retailers In other communities,
piece of costume I
COME IN LET US SHOW the survey shows, close on Wed- tering Jewelry, or '
YOU THIS PLANE THAT nesday afternoons also, but do so uhoose from costlier ". .j I '
ALMOST FLIES ITSELFSEE Items unexcelled in 1tdesign
conditionally. They are: Apalachicola ,
/00 and quality a .
VENICE FROM THE AIR PASSENGER HOPS $1.50 Arcadia Bartow, Braden- Tlft from KNOWLES ., I
ton Danla, Daytona Beach: JEWELERS Is always \ ; ; I
Clearwater Clewlston Eustls, the finest kind of : r
Government-Approved School Continuous Enrollment i l l0'
Insurance"KNOWLES i
Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, High '.'/ I.t 1 J'
J & J AIRCRAFT INC. Springs Homestead, Jacksonville, a_ : ; '.1
Jacksonville Beach Lake Alfred. J' r
F. 0 J.nr E. T. D.nh.m 40cThe "
VENICE P. O. Box 291 Lake City, Lake Worth. Lakeland, JEWELERS .
2551 VENICE SARASOTA 6306 / :
Mount Dora. Orlando Palmetto, PINT Post Office Arcade
Plant City Pensacola 'grocery t I t I

stores), Saint Augustine, Sarasota ''I

Sebrlng. Tallahassee, Venice The Rexall

VENICE LANDCOMPANY West Palm Beach and Win "Pmrrlptlm ....I.II.to" Il; I'\l\ I

ter close Park.Wednesday. Most afternoons Venice stores dur- K POST 1181 OFFICE ARCADEPHON VENICE 1! !,I


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Wideariely of 'sizes, styles and

color combinations in stock.

Registered Real Estate Broker

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WE HAVE SEVERAL 0000000 Dinette


Modern suites of
chromium steel
const ruction
FOR SALE Also suites In

I oak and maple.
Just Received A Large Stockof
Prices. ..Reasonable This Better Grade


3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone.3581 75-Ib. Capacity. All-Metal Con- "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down"

ttrtictlon.: Good Trade-fn. Allowance PUNTA GORDA ARCADIA FT. MYUtS

f.. "Ia Business! To Help. Build Venlet. : and Venice. ValuM 1. on your old box.
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'I' //h/I'/ George 1"
--L. Harper. .
rII' I -lJk 't" 10 : Mlnky.
n' .,' -::;::: -4 II ,I"1 111 .1 I 1 1 achnol.
. ".. .. .. / --....:7f-- 01.- /II ill II : a.m. Morning uor.hlp,
.. ..."..... __ : w- p.m. Young .ellovhlp
, ':, \\1 --- ----.-.....--__ -C- ...::::;.:: 4 lase Wednesday p.m. Evening, 7i:. .I Grena
, I : "I do not agree with a word >ou but I will defend prayer and Englewood song te"h'* ,' 'M

. i ; .j.j1 with my lite your right to say it.''-VOLTAIREk '1 LsU I Lamrn.10 .._.u.,.'Sunday" School< ,' 'Hi",,

Published every Friday. Editorial and business office, 313 Wit I p.m. Cbuich sent I ..
Y I Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. I' I,
I ., r r Campbell C ,w'nd. I
l ., Entered as ttcond.clan matter JIM 6, 1946 at the post officeVenice 10 a.m. bible Clap. png
;. ,; at Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. I II ',81., Morning *, "'
I In I m. B Y P I'
t Subscription raleit One year, $2.SOj sib montHa $1.50; three 7ISO p.m. E..nlnWodno.du.. ca
I. tnenlhi, 7Sc. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 prayer ....I... 7 m, Md
'words, I cent per word for each additional word. }

\ CARROLL H. WILLIAMS .. ....... ..................._ Editor and Publisher OSPREY BAPTIST CHUHtH
'h HELEN WILLIAMS . ... ....... .........._........ Office Manager e Rev. J. H, Hinton. park|
10 am Sands] Bl)|
: e : It
!t, livening oiniDf wr\lcei.ervice, a tk ? radar AT.U.I' :'I
LEARN TO SWIM prayer meeting'

:'f, One of the most worthwhile of the many activities I ST. M"R EPISCOPAL

Riviera St. and Palermo L
; MM
making up this community's summer recreation program Dr. Leonard W. g. hirVer. l....|
Ldward King. in thwn/i/
i is the free swimming course, under the direction of Louis 1 .45 a.m.summer Sunday,in t'hool,,
,1 II a.m. Morning K ,,.
I Sulcr, former Red Cross swimming instructor who has

volunteered to conduct the classes. ,1 6uTL. .C'.A.l '. EA12LY FOR THE SPi.6T 11 Venice Avenue
\ R... C. D. JcrniK.n, f.i.
; 'f' While adults are more than welcome to enroll the 10 '.81. Sunday #,ho.
If 11 a.m. Prtachinv
: ,f f' learn to swim" campaign is aimed primarily at the 7 10 i.m. PretrhinTbunday "
7:!0 | m Young f

: youngsters. Every parent should see to it that his or herchild LETTERS To The EDITOR Service.Friday ,., p.m., Kn>(it '\I"PII."

\ : takes advantage of this opportunity I (Note: The Gondolier Hill be glad to print letters of genera VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Interest when, as and If space permits. Please keep them Cull Theatre, Venice Ave w
j t., Knowing how to swim not only is a safeguard I short. Anonymous letters will not be considered. However, Venice
If the writer desires to have only Ms Initials or nom de phone, R*.. C L. El-lkndc, Puts
;;, ." affjitiit! those needless, heartbreaking drowning tragedies I I to such oblire.as "A) Reader" published The Gondolier will be happy m.m.. XtH.HULLIGAK.

;" chat mar every .summer, but it's one of the best possible .I

i 1 deluges tor children and adults, too for trnt: matter. June 23. 1947 such a source without further

Ir If your child isn't enrolled in the free swimmingclass The Editor checking
Venice Gondolier However we are happy to

.; f call'! Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan, P.-T.A. secretary, Venice Florida know with Mr. "official"Kimbrough school will furnishus fIurelwhen By C.H.W.
'.' phone J412, and get full particulars from her. Do it Dear Sir: desired. We trust this offer
tt of co-operation also extends to Dr. H. J. Hoeppner who r
In Issue of June
1,1: your 6,1 noted
l light now while you're thinking of it. It 'may save ) ourchild's with Interest your article with regard such things as the county sanitary ly closed his office en West l
engineer's report on conditions
1't If II life. to the possible Increasing of at the Nokomis School submitted ami avenue and railed! hliyu
; the school tax rate to the 10-mlll to Mr. Klmbrough several "Blue Dawn to Tampa pliaj
county.wide limit as the figuresare weeks ago We'd like to print
: I' that report as Mr. K. embark upon a world cruise
; REGISTER Incorrect and the reasons form so. so aptly
< !
!JJi 1 i phrases It. our "readers may get time next year. He told fri
I. i ii y talking to the members of the correct Information. We'll also
i Board here he figures it will take 1
were not stated be
glad to print along with thatreport
ti On August 4 citizens of Venice will
to the
go pollsto ly. any apologies Mr. Kim- several months to prepare (orU

t ,'t; approve or disapprove two proposals: First of all the Board Is levyIng brough may care to make for the long-planned voyage and deed
1'k. 9 mills county-wide this year. : conditions existing at the No ko-
., "I 1. Whether the city shall issue $275,000 in revenue An Increase to 10 mills would be'|mls School. It would be easier to ready 1

a 1-mill Increase; not 3 1.4 mills.I We note, with. considerable in- yacht In Tampa much u
bonds to finance construction of did not ask the Board
a new sewer this
system Increase in terest. that portion of Mr. Kim- would have preferred to still
I' case the Citizens'Committee's
. : : and disposal plant, and program did not brough's letter reading: so Venice "Doc" said he tilltj
come through but asked for it. that we might continue to be his round.i
accompanied on
2. Whether the city council should attempt to refund regardless so that we might con above the average standing for
' t tlnue to be world by H. W. Woo
above the voyage
; average Florida In the
furnishing of
.\ t' ( the city's present $312,000 bonded indebtedness i in schedule standing for for Florida teachers in our salary 'equipment and supplies for class mansee of Hollywood. Calif I

,, order to obtain lower interest rates. In the furnishing of as equipment well as room use and In the maintenance mer publicity director for l Ca

f and supplies for classroom use of school properties. Records. Woodmansee will be 8
The Gondolier hopes both propositions will meet and in the. maintenance of schoolproperties. We feel sorry for Florida schoolchildren cruIse photographer, while!
y 't i.h with the If the Nokomis School Is
1. approval of Venice citizens for both the i
are progressive 1 feel that Sarasota County Is "above will do the writing for
average when
'1 it
; t the best In the State. We are comes line articles and book the I IMrs.
!'! steps in the effort to make our city an even finer among the wealthiest In the State j to maintenance and equipment

, place in which to work and live. per capita and I know that our With our own eyes we have -0--
citizens want a school program looked at the NokomIs School
:(' i / But that Is better than the average Among other things, R A. Baldwin of the C
if : regardless of whether you intend to vote "for" for the State. I know too that we saw: f
' Doors In the school auditorium per Kettle Inn postcards
?; I or "against" these proposals, we urge you to register within they are reason.willing to pay for it. that open INWARD (ask any fire Detroit that she was on her'

}; l. now. Any citizen of the United States who has lived in I shall appreciate it. If, In the department about THAT. Mr. to Jackson. Mich., to All'J
future, you will check with this K.1a/; boys' "shower room" fall Dimmer and had enjoyed
.fff' I Florida for one year, and in Venice for three months, is office before publishing school ed with debris lacking in uch Friends In New York City,

; : I I eligible to cast a ballot. figures get correct so that Information.your readers may elemental sanitary safeguards asa tale and other cities en i
disinfecting "foot box." and "but the weather still stays i

ri't ) If you are not registered, go to the city hall and will Your be publishing appreciated.of this letter altogether unfit forlie: unscreened Makes me wish for the 8

: vents under the school South." Speaking of''w
:, i register before July 25, the last day the books will be Sincerely yours. buildings: toilet tissue rolls on did you know Venice hu

' : (' 1 open for the August 4 election.SUBSCRIPTION. Verman Klmbrough the floor because holders were per cent Jell humidity thai i
Superintendent broken or missing average Florida city.
; only
fl"? ", ,I I j __IFMITOR'S one washbasin In the girls' 1 lava Tampa, etc. 'Sfact. Accord%]

; ; tory and only one in the boys'j a man whose business
t ORDER NOTE: We think room In tesU''
: k Mr. Ktmbrough Is a school with an enroUaalent him.to make humidity
guilty of
' quib
VENICE GONDOLIER, tiling The headline of the story of more than 200 children! Richard U Cantey. sales eor"for
; P. 0. Box 632, he refers to read: "County Board a basketball court with basketj the Tampa air condlU!
} f Venice, Florida. *""" May 10.1I1U Increase "School 1 Tax: To Pull at only one end: six: oat of eight and refrigeration firm of
Klmbrough That fact Mr. wings missing . etc., etc terty. Inc Cantey. whO i
Please tend me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for confirms and so far almost ad '
cer-'J hit
one as the taxpayers are concerned. Inflnltum and 12 Florida counties In

rear ((1250) .........?......-..., su month ($1.50) _.__.,-:.._..., They're It appears going to be to the be salient assessed fact tainly No Mr.ad nauseam.K..' "equipment and has meats been here at,for the Valencia about a

{i sr three months (75c) ............;....'...... much as the law allow asmaintenance" are not for you to and be says' Venetians I "J
I (All subscriptions must be paid in advance) As to the exact amount of the brag> about' Maybe at Barasota much nicer In .er

story increase, we can only say the High School. Mr. K., but not people of the other cities
Name .._........................._ WU written from ink orma. definitely
_. ........._____.._ tlon .furnished us by a member of not at the Nokomis about., While the then
the county school board, whe 6c hooL Too many pupils a!. eter mar register about tilt i
.i Address ..._...._..._........_..._......_.._.___ read the arifii. before It wu ,... though admittedly too few par. that lower,humidity make
li.hod.er to It seem* to us qUite per elite know the actual ocodT. beat lees noU aMe. .C. !1 Jtt
accept and
us* figures tram flout there -
ohm 111011i'll. .
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June 27. 1947 VENICE GONDOLIER Page Flue .'

USSES THANKS Miss Anne Smith Weds City Water Works FUNERAL HELD Tide Tables t if.p r., -

Charles McO. William Blac&urn Funeral services for Frank A. 1

L. In charge of the recent Financial Picture Curry. 65, long-time resident of VENICE INLET 1 r < 'iiH I
n Marriage of Miss Anne Smithof \
by the V eruce-No- this district who died last Friday Date High Lowe ;
,ale held Tampa to William Blackburnof
; woman's dub. thIs week Reported 'Better'With were held last Sunday afternoonat F.I., June n lu:14 p.m. .:11I.._ t' :

appreciation for the Oapre'. In a ceremony held e the Thacker and Van Glider s..., June 2M .:43 ..... :16 a.xa, \11' I

from June 13 at the Sarasota home of the aid of extra income III p.m. 4xs 4 Sann.
received chapel In Sarasota, with the Rev. ::: t.
operation and the bride's sister, Mrs, W. C. Gilmore from new construction and air- .. June 110 t:41 '
sold D.
Campbell '
who made Crawford pastor of .:21 ..In. ass pa.Mon. .
dieS. various Items Mid toMe was disclosed this week. port leases which Is expected to the First Baptist Church of Venice Jnr" 011 0:60 ::1 I ITies.

the the patronage that Those present at the ceremony offset loss of revenue due to the officiating. Pallbearers were .:. July, 1 10:7:6: ::: ::: ::: ,+

for outstanding Included the bride's mother. Mrs. de-activation of Venice Army Air i Kenneth Hlgel Lonnie! Ed W..I.. Jllly I II :12 am. :!I p... 1; 1}
the event an Ethel Smith of Tampa and Thu... July I It :50 .In. 9:1M ...... 1 1 1Fri.
thebridegroom's Field
She reported the ham the city water works prob- Courtoy George Devlin. J. Jos- .. July <4< U:111 p m. 6ga" ,._ ti

Rex. H. Hardln ofnil mother, Mrs. Wal- ably will be able to pay the Interest sart, and Leland Fisher, owner of J '\
p ter Blackburn. The newlywedsleft charges on Its Indebtedness Pine Camp, which formerly was ,

Immediately after the ceremony during the current fiscal year. owned by Mr. Ciyry. I Midget Calendar .

on a honeymoon tour of This encouraging developmentin Mora than 100 relatives and \1;

Harold R. SmithWill the southeastern states. the water works' financial pic- friends attended the graveside ....- .t : '

ture was reported to Mayor ClydeV. service that followed In Nckomls ( .. ) : '
Be Available BREAKS: ARM A \ ;
HIRe and the city council in Cemetery.
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A In LIMITED VENICEFOR TIMEe : Miss Susan Talbot of Venice Is an official memorandum submit. --- r.' 'J'L .:.. ,. .' I Igr

Baty PhotographedAt recovering from a broken left' ted by Councilman Finn W. Cas- CATHOLIC CHURCH \
your : .
Home arm received in a fall last Satur- persen. on behalf of the waterworks The second half ol l1e V.A.A F )! '
All Work Reasonable.Guaranteed.Prices day afternoon. She said she deeply board of trustees chap'l.'h'.l'l1 was arquI'! d for t j, i'j

I Cosperscn also reported em- conversion into a Catholic Church ,

Call 2931 appreciates the many kindnesses ployees of the water woo ks department here, was moved from the field j I ''i _ _Ii' ,'*..rI I \
being shown her and her sister.
pROFFSSIONALPHOTOGRAPHER under Walter B. Suns, have this wtei and joined to the first! last 1941<< '
I t l \ 4 1 6 1 j jI
Miss Cora who has
Talbot been ;
made half Its location
several Improvements in re- already "spotted" at 8 9 10 ii n ij 14 '
III for quite some time c'nt't"l'k,. Including stopping on the northwest c "ner I if 16 17 A 19 sou I

leaks in file lines from the field of West Tempo avenue and Mri, us114 tlt6t7tt 1 j t .

wells to the reservoir The water ,au street oppo-lte KMI.S1ILRUNMMI.LI.M. 19 |0 1. !
tank .nd tcwer have been repaired J

_: Full Line of :- and pain'I'd. IIP said, and arc ( i "

BATHROOM FIXTURES And TRIMIf now in wood condition. I
You Have Repair Work See t'x. At tin.. present time he reported. ANY DAY'S THE IUY .

Mice, .tit236::! water ccnncc- TO VISITs3n1BI3AIR: .j
lion On'y a frlar(' wimcteredand .
In "ittle! k $1.50 PT Gal
nui'rwill' be installed In

1111"- .- pi. eves :rx mpidly: I: a' possible. V:hen Vou Arc In V, d v.-f 305 W. Venire A\e. t t tj
PAINT We Will Anp-e-av Venire ,
ZJW. \renre: A ".. Phon. 2665PflW I
Your Patronage .. _. ;
',''I' Plumbing That Will!! Stand In.pectiou" ------J .. 1 1a.t
:NEW: iEI'.tltTlILTAcldriOtt : :
ti1N..RJ'a -r. .- '- JIU : of a new department +tJlifitlatd4..4"' .,z.4Cdefw :
Gulf Theatre IV.ilKlinj ., .. p
fial m 'ins cla-.ir.il] ; vuli.mes. shot uLS1nCS3 as a '
e. h '
mu ic :und nllcrtljn folios, to 11\,' "

PVELIC NOTICE: j I Alpha MilShop! wa announrti'i : AND! aa i I t ,
( ,
l' d ; < wk bv Paid Qolc'erv'eir1] LEGAL NOTICES ; Professional: ;
I '
Alrr'uly hiPdHne Phileo. Sti'omlbrreC.rl .. ." ,
TJ All C' irjrs cf Venice : I ( I11' r
'n 'lNnKe la-ins Alpha al'.n ha I TII'H" I 1'1' MAY test I no : irl rr>''''''*f-'****n I:
'. ;
Nuli.,. i. h'rtl.. ".". i. 1
Election !Income\ V.'iiic" teMT] for the 1Ii,
In r' >' participate in the coming Special 1 1RtMuu 1 "
to be Registered In the City Regis \ell-knn.vn Aivin :' iLJIM.. N... 1': i'nto'A" : ;) FIND ;
; ]1. try radio line ;
I :20066.I I,,:," 1f F'.r1.: ::,. :iCH"rt. 11,11.' ;: 1 I. :
ration & \k : ., : :
< ,, 1 1, I V. I t Kui W .k of All: K'r.ds 1\\
To i It is necessary to have been a teeid''nt I In lord '..r Fort lam I"'F,::,. I t :
of the S' Florida; for 12 months and of the City of Xtn 1 r.U'KEKSThe 1.1. upon nerb.t of 1'.rn..f HI th. pub' '11' AI.MX 1'. JONES s .

Venice fp. i months. poimiy school board has ::,:;'((1'; T';' "." Trs1;". ;t 1', k and.;:"'I'I htnwe ::' r:' P!!.'IW 2f,81FO't __ I ). I
In '
seder which we are <

Notice: is hereby given that the City Registration I announced Hi." appointment of ',. : rxlxrt tIs.. V sit.lime. "VAIN..f In lso i; :rl.: n'I:: _' '.. '-- .i
May I.auMic a<- ptinclpal of the: nr iilliT t ti4oOVICE
Book will be closed ': .,.
En0evieed nhrol and of her That the patio'. toter--I ?n ; I
I .. H.... ,'ni. I.. '. .. t \I .. CALL t
FRIDAY JULY 25 A.D. 1347 \-U'i. MaiBWTl'c' Liiwiinro.tiacher as th.1.1.AV.l' and ,. "tea. rt ,10 1 II',,' Ird. .
I interest. Chart* W. Pik "" I tt Venice
half I
for the fh. t three glades .. '
11 l F:. Pi 'k "i i .
to r-7--'n Co-J! until after the SfECIAL of hIt hool. 11x i ..I I at Vl"KIMMII. < \ PI -ttbinj Shop
Ft.1 .1.'.. June 1P. 194. e
ELECTION to be held Jon, 20. 27. J'dy' 4. \1. :'111 n. II. .c. Fl. .. i I
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MONDAY, AUGUST 4, A.D. 1947 CLASSIFIEDADS snTICErp: 'AII\II\; ,( 1'1\1. : 0 Ii

N.,1.: ; In 10: 'ill:'*: : ':::", ,'\": :1". ;:':

Helga Roess-Sietle ;. ::1 .. ,,, :: .: : ot.4 i
.,,,nl, J ,.|. C I. "' i / t
word tint Jn word Ic
(l.c i .
City Clerk.City .,1.11110",1 ,word h'iniruln chase. C.amly th I "f'lux nett.;:, a'ta,' : i>A' "'' I.1 I "'t''< '. f i

nf Venice lorld.i.! >-i en''i llhil.. Si-rclal r.I" ,
,,,' Clore than one Ino.rtinn 01 the Hi-Kali'f.o ::.nn:liau .I'in_ "< .::: '
i ,. ,d. Ala v ithe accepted, over *r'lhi.' 'illh"( ,' ..y"r"j"... 't. A'1' 'i1'1"-,:, j 41
., "r
Vh"'mi. (::1111) up to 5 p.m.i' .. ..
; lls.il '.1.,. .-. II.art I'
r u with Ih. iindlilindin ,
L '
the '
public! M n I .1
s .r will r-ir.il payouristI
: I I -i h.iK-r." r ,. .Il. < i ", tile tnrti.ro ft Itrhlx/T/ '
I '. I ) ., .,..r ,.f in. -1 wliic: i.' 'I'1:' <' b, i/.t'; tormi'i'in rashes still F
,. "I S -i,iI.I l roil km, li. 'I'.nn when
THERE SUCH A THING AS i- II. i-w. tt 'to. C -\1'11) niliMxt *
., ."all ov, II l'.8ar f
"'" I' I'll.' 'll.llt. 1 I u
,," : .. "" .. .. ., .1 I I' hi] -- .J relief it: m Dlaoso'eLm
IJFU1l.Tin! .. ,ald ')II
,'n ...". .r. 11' i
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S I'T -.-" -I' -, (-I :. .-.,' ,". '!' : :' ,: I ;' t : i' Intf t0.. V''. '.it "?1. If.Vfur y'Just tr ruA'/ti.t 10 dayn.I / .
PERFECT '1.'hon., ,'W'.1 A. It. I' ."""" Lilt ; I ll;,. : : ..1". I I i\inr, n, in. v I"< k it net completely ,.
ti's C. ., "', Pmh's.! u"r '. .au.aed. A.kr Dloune'a Cmvidld OIL.
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H'ff'1'IO WINTEl> th.ra.f It. rd.d In ,4 h 1
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h.14.silly lim full ni-xl dime tnI II
,. -I, VhandliT hum, I.n.'t'l.| 1.1t '-.is[ pr- --il \ ; t. :: II I 5 Wif

WMANHOO il"-I\F.iol t LR.ON.OLs: : ,:; i:' : 'I: :: t .; .. \', I REASONS !

IV.'U"I, elenningh n' .., ... I ,' I' increasing millions 1
TASK and
.f \\ ,,' Back t1tt
I M .lern ininiiilnir .lulpmrnl H.' Snap
SLTtlalm; medical authorities who ought tot&I1y ,1.', r..,v. l-ltn>l unit Ail.'''. rh.ilirI I. ..,,
Nature hu 80 constructed and pit si- .;1. Jl1n 1'. ". 27. JJu:, 1 1. .
endowed woman that In many cases she's ______._. H _
5V to suffer certain distressing symptoms I IlHUEWAVS ITT IN. Viiik. fill dirt. -- -
dining her life. For instance when she enteis >? 1"n.\ ...,.... work <>f nil finds niihIII.T
somanhood--or during the menopause: the (tools Akirjmi flame Alit. e'z'
Wall when fertility ebbs away. Whom we toy Melba .

m44 Wfl0J\n'\ 'c rtaln days' of the month-fe- n\L: ESTVTE FOR !SALE I. the tiger supreme. : ,

monthly disturbances are we neon Just Ihol. -'i'
ilium You to suffer from pain nervous disttey No other' cigar 0' 9c s .

Jour children and feel 10 tired cranky you snap lit I Acreage contain. such high ).," m Designed to speedily relieve "kti "
and 11"
husband-then do try \ \ i 9f simple hcndiche an' painful
- "nkham'l Vegetable relieve I quality 'obocc. Yes,
Compound to 1
Nth discomforts of neuralgia.r
symptoms if, famous for this purpose. VENICE FARMS there I. plenty of the choicest

Mad! ESPECIALLY For HAVANA tobacco grown Oil \ Measured doses In powder
Girl and Women
tuck Ptnbham't Compound Dots MOIII than relieve I f :)d;}.O9 to .550.00{) ) the Melba Island cigar.of Try Cuba one In today.beery py form for quick afSimUatlon. S tS I

\IIn monthly pain It ALso relieves accom- You will It Iron the Proof of merit Same type for- ,
enJoy| i
lalrl'o'f\ : } tension Irritability and weak. N i Acre aj mu'.a over one-thli century.
Taken ng -- due to this ause. ti An Aril la the loll puff.

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I'ace Ex VENICE GONDOLIER Friday. June 21M .
SOFTBALLContinued on the mound. Venice batters Fourth of July
sister arrived at Applications menO
lashed out a total of nine hits, A new baby for

( from page one) Including home runs by Cliston (Continued from page: one) Sarasota Hospital last Sunday the recently organized\ drat j

r w;tti Cccnmisiioner: Gordon Hlgel Taylor and Buck Whltaker. a triple free style, open swimming race; June 22, for Billy 7; Sylvia.. 5; bugle corps for local Cub gJ

in Ea.zscta next Tuesday night to by Jim Oakley and a double broad Jumping contests, and Obstacle and Judy. 3, Lewellyn when Mr. Girl Scouts and Boy ScOUJ

pUk r1?::rr* for the big Ameri by Bill Ringer while Byron Jones. races. and Mrs. H. E. Lewellyn becamethe still being accepted. Aw &J

can-National All-Star game next In good form, held the Sarasotansto At 5 p.m., the bathing beauty parents' an eight-pound, interested In Joining any :on J
Glenn Stephens
nidny, fie Fourth of July. Grady only three safeties contest will start, with prizes to daughter. Gloria Elaine.' the three corps l is asked to
left fielder,
Jnjln, :veal: manager, said each lanky Venice be awarded to the winners of the touch with either Mrs.
drove In two runs with two singles The proud father Is manager of i
t ? team will have at least one play- 'three age classes, as follows: lock Cub Scout den motJ
tr to represent it in the All-star In three times at bat "Miss Minnow, 0-8"; "Miss Pompano the meat department at the C. I Mrs. Barry Wimble, ,1

i cci'tttGitt: BOX SCORE 9.14"; 'Miss Tarpon, 15 C. Lowe Grocery den mother.
i back to the Venice. Venire AB RIIPO A EO.kl "
if and over.
,.", M __.__._._. 4 I I i 0 0Ainerr .
Eaitrcta tilt, It was Just thus far Include
a case received
Ib _nnn 4 I I l 0 f Blank
t of tec much power In the Venetian T.vlor." Ib ___.__.. 41 I I I I : Entry for
ta:.< and too much "Jones" Whlukrr, e-------- 41 I lid
r Jo..., P----------- 4 0 0 ISO MISS TARPON-Irene London Bathing Beauty ContestVENICE
111 --- OU".. tb _.-.__ 4 0 t t 4 IIk..II. Bernie Potaby.
+' rf ___ 4 I tOO 0Key.
1 l t d u____.. I 0 0 0 0 0 MISS POMPANO Kay SJo- BEACH JULY 4thI
l ilPr Stephens. I' __.__. I 0 I I 0 0 blom 9; Marjorie AdorJan 13;
n Frances Franklin 13. ...........' ...... ..........-.?.?.._??._........u... ht.. (by
l' M Totals -----3a'io-I: tiY 41 mars
application for entry In the Venice Nokomls P.-T A.
: 4 VENICE _..._....... 021 410 0 1ft MISS MINNOW-Jerry Glass mer Recreation program's Bathing: Beauty Ccntt Sum,
SARASOTA __un. 101 001 0 S 4. Carol Tate, 5; Jacqueline Wilkinson held at Venice Beach at S p.m., July t, 1947. b

J Pr, 6; Linda! Bowen 5; Lorrie I understand: the decision of the Judges wla| be find!
\ : DOUGHNUTSFRESH Arnall, 4, Patty Adorjan. 8; Bar. AGE GROUP (circle one) 0-8 9-14 15 ti.d Over
bara Adorjan, 8.
{: : EVERY BAY Supper at the beach" will .. ......-.......-....,-..........-.........
35c Dozen (Signature of entrant or parent) ""
t t1 start at 6 p.m.. with the Legion

, ," J \ Auxiliary food booths open The LEAVE ENTRY BLANKS AT OFFICE OF

,: :\Il; beach part of the program will VENICE GONDOLIER, OR MAIL TO

77TK then be concluded with a big fire 'CONTEST: COMMITTEE": p, O. BOX 632, VENICE: FU
: works display If possible. Wilkinson
\ jf
: said one firm had advised

1 cfPA.tyfot him It could not fill an order at '
.. this late date, but that 'he Is continuing
; ', efforts to obtain fireworks Tarpon, Center RestaurantVENICE

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: I The Fourth of July celebration INLET DOCKS
j The smart, efficient way to protect
" your clothes from moths. will come to a close with a dancein PHONE 2056

; .: ..: CEDARIZED to give a pleasant the lobby of the Kentucky Mil- OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
1 t: ., aroma itary Institute The dance will
" i' start at 8:30: p.m. KITCHEV UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Designed| for in cleaner
. < list vacuum and n CHAS MACATEE
\ I general protection of weoltni FORMERLY OF THE FIC-Tt

" f Plenty of Fish Meals Served A M to 2:30 P.M. S P M In IH
1,1), '41! :2 I IK -.$1.19! 4 Ibs $2.29 9P.Mto3A.M..
VENICE BOWLAKADEAnd Reported in Upper .
: f. The recall Store GRILL

;,. "Pre.eriplt.n i Rpfelslt.t., OPEN T A.M. TO II P.M. Myakka LakeTALLAHASSEEThere


1 no change in fishing regulations BOOK TABLES
at Upper Myakka Lake in Myakka $49.50
\ River State Park if recommendations U.h.l.t.....

I am wrecking several Government Surplus of John F. Dequlne chief PlatformRocker
Rt I ; fisheries biologist of the Game ylr
Buildings nap
at the base and have sheathing,
and Fresh
Water Fish Commission Brighten t'P
framing, windows and doors rubber Your Bedroom ,
s V roofing, are followed. $27.50TELEPHONE f4
SW I I and other salvage material for sale in small After a recent survey of the Colorful with A with sturdy spring -

quantities. lake Dequlne made his recom- Boudoir Construction

P. L. Haynes stocking mendations Is necessary and advised now that, State no $18.75 Chair with BENCHES STANDS I 1"""; ,<: "4
U Note
Park Director Lewis O. Scoggln

}ra"' Venice Army Air BaseRELAX I said. VENICE FURNITURE CO.

i Upper Myakka Lake Is an area
321 W,
Venice A.t R. Q. HAINES rhone SUI!
of about 900
acres and Is one of -- -
the more popular fishing spots

Among the more abundant varieties .
At ( of fish are largemouthbass
bluegill bream warmouth SMART

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q 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice 3.000 fishermen a month new STROMBERG-CARLSON
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