Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00076
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 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: UF00079934:00076
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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1,'jro. 21 FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1947 PRICE FIVE CENTS
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ate Named Swimmers Awards to Get Laurel Man Captures Fish Deaths

at Pines

lommanderIf Pool Tomorrow Prowlers At Gunpoint Blamed OnOrganisms

New PostIth Certificates and emblems will I
Caught at gunpoint by W. O. Hubbard early last Saturday morning .
awarded to all children who I
while prowling around the Target Trailer Park and Tavern
charter members, Lera- pass their final swimming tests Laurel, two Fort Myers
26 I men are being held In the Sarasota County
Making their headquarters at
I Bay Post of the American Le.1 at the Pines Hotel pool tomorrow Jail.
the El Patio Hotel here three
nt %as formally organized last. Saturday, afternoon at 4:30: They gave their names as J. B.
experts on ocean life this week
_>nday night at a meeting held o'clock. Parents are requested to I Yarbrcugh. Sr., 39. and E. J. Tyson
Nokomis are engaged an extensive survey
[community Hall. Englewood. I 20. and are accused of havIng Sundry
be present. by boat and air of Oulf of
J. D. "Jack" Tate was elected earlier looted cars parked attwo
Louis Suter former Red Cross Store and FountainTo Mexico waters adjacent to Venice
iiaander of the new post I service stations on the Trail
swimming instructor In an effort to determine what
[leis sill hold Its meetings on i who volun- south of Venice.Yarbrough's .
leered his services to conduct Open SoonA has caused the death of millionsof
and third Mondays every 15-year-old also
tfirst I son
free "learn to swim" fish between Fort Myers and
nth. Next meeting will be at I was taken Into custody at the
sponsored by the P.-T.A. Summer new Nokomis business house Sarasota during the past two
4 in Community but
|pm. August subsequently was ordered weeks.
Recreation Program reports virtually Nokomis Sundries will open
a released by County Juvenile They are W. W. Anderson of }
elected were: [ all of the 39 children who for business about 15
Other officers Officer J. T. Pearce who said lie August next t

commander L. A. AlngeV; I signed up succeeded in passing believed the boy had not participated door to the Nokomis Grocery.
their preliminary tests.B. FISH STORY
for vice-commander in the burglaries. Maurice and W, L. Braddock
neh: finance officer. William E. Bowen program chairman When the odor of dead fish r
I Jonas: sergeant-at-arms, L. T. and Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan Called to Scene brothers and co-owners are now was at Its strongest one afternoon n

'ks; historian I Hayward P.-T.A. secretary, who have been Chief of Polite Gerry Pestot- supervising remodeling of the early this work harassed

een; chaplain. Roy Tate. Com- assisting Suter with the swim nlk of Venice who holds a deputyherlff's premises and Installation of a Venetians found an oasis of

nder Tate appointed Chidester ming classes made arrangementsfor commission was calledto soda fountain and other fixtures.A sweet-scented air in at least

hewn as adjutant. Major Jonas the certificates and emblems.Llm.s the trailer park about 3 a.m. complete line of drug sundries one place in town The Rex-
service officer. last Saturday and found Hubbard all Store Ingenious Louis Pap-
II I Ilct as will be handled.
IE addition to those mention- guarding the two men and the pas co-owner of the drug store

above the new post's mem- MEET I boy, holding them at the point Both men are natives of Florida had mixed up a special "per

(ship Includes: Venice Lions met last night at : of a .45. and resided on the East fume" with oil| of cucabptus

|leo Kropp Lewis A. Bedard their new meeting place, the Tar- Mrs. Hubbard told Chief Pes- Coast for many years before com- as one of Its main Ingredients,

4h C Glascott Frank J. Mag- get Trailer Park restaurant on the totnlk that, after her husbandhad ing to this part of the state. Both and had placed It In front of

Howard M. Saure Hugh LIs- Trail In Laurel with Second retired she was sitting on the Plan to move their families from I the big fan near the ,prescription -

a Louis J. Smldt, David W. VIce-President Louis J. Pappas porch of the tavern of which they Sarasota to Nokomis in the near counter. Diffused throughout -

Jr.i, Edward A. Bartholomew, presiding in the abseace of President are co-owners when a car drove future. j the store, the "Pappas per

bert Elbrecht, John A. Stan- P. H. Mallory who was ill. slowly by and she heard one of Maurice in recent years has fume" soon routed the dead

and Dr. James E. Blades first I its occupants say "This Is the been a resident of Sarasota. It I fish odor. ,
|Rcbert 0. Cashatt Arthur W. vice-president who was out of place." was through his work as a sales- }

ch. Edward J. Stephens town. I The car went on north towards man for a wholesale house that the New Orleans office of the U.

tree W. Wclde Oscar Ander- H. H. Myers secretary and pub- Sarasota, but a few minutes later, he became convinced the Venice- S. Fish and Wildlife Service F.

Irwin V. Biorseth, Rupert L. licity chairman reported only I she said she saw two men approach Nokomis area Is due for considerable O. Walton Smith of the University

::.derson. routine business was discussed. the Hubbard automobile. growth and offered .him of Miami's Marine Laboratory i

After unsuccessfully trying to and his brother their best chancefor and Alfred Woodcock from H

IH-2-LB. TARPON STILL LEADS; open the car's windows, one of business success. (Continued on page six) r

the men headed for the rear of

less than a week to go before the 17th International Tarpon ; aged to get Inside without' being CALVIN HOLDER'S RELEASE
awakened her hus-
:onament ends at midnight next Thursday. July 31, Otto Sched- observed and

'r 'a-pound silver king continues to hold top spot in the com- i Continued on page three)
A judge's illness and a parole officer's vacation combined this
1lon for the capital 1947 automobile.
prize of a week to keep Calvin Holder of Venice from obtaining his freedom

As the zero hour approaches ; e- Venice Tightens from a Polk County road gang where last Monday he resumed servo
-.i are being made by the Sar- that t ball will open to all
ing the remaining 11 months and 10 days of the one-year sentence
:a i County Anglers Club, tour- I holders of Anglers Club member- Hold on First Place hanging over him since he escaped 13 years ago.

Y sponsors, for the Tarpon ship cards whether they have Holder, father of eIght children ,

pjmament Ball which will bep been out fishing or not. Rudy With Ninth Win who was apprehended herea have" to stay In custody for ,

: at Sarasota Lido Beach Ca- Bundy and his orchestra will furnish few weeks ago, had been released awhile, because Judge Amldon f?

C 1 on Friday night August 1. I the music and special enter Tightening: their hold on first on temporary parole with who has jurisdiction in the case

It was announced by officials tainment will be provided. place in the American League of orders to report back to Bartow Is just too 111 to sign the necessary
softball loop the Venice
the county
last Monday. papers even assuming he has
team last Wednesday night Meanwhile Polk County auth- decided to grant Holder his free-

Leaders In Tarpon Tourney :defeated the second-place Park City of 12 orities joined with sympathetic dom. I guess all we can do is
nine at Payne
Sarasota Venice citizens in an effort to wait until Judge Amidon Is well

flmt Address Weight Guide to 7.The have him paroled or get his sen- enough to act In the case"
will meet the
Venetians tence commuted to time served.
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Capital Prize Wednesday night -
Amvets next However, when iRlder went to
N Schedler HI! Frank Roberts, Jr. that fast-tra
Milwaukee and victory oyer
a I
Bartow last Monday he was remanded Events
eorre E. Seale would Just about Coming I
Cowden Warren Pa. 130 Ben veling team to jail and then placed

: Heavy Tackle clinch the first place spot for the back on the road gang because

Fwd Barne"wnroe Sarasota 111 Frank Roberts Sr. locals. Already they are virtually Judge Roy Amidon was In a hose Saturday, July 26

Bradley Sarasota 108 assured of a place in the Shaugh- pital recovering from an opera- 4:30: p.m., award of emblems

f I. Archie Sarasota 106 George Kline nessy pay-offs which will pit the tion and too ill to sign necessary and certificates to swimming

Medium Tackle J ...'I ': top two teams in the Nationaland papers class graduates Pines Hotel pool.
againstach }
Elbert Shewman Columbus, Ind. 104\li C. E. Crandell American leagues to Too, the county parole officer 1 Parents Invited.
J. Blalock Ocala Fla. 99 Bruce Rigby other In round robin play was sway on vacation and thus I Monday July 28
champlon- I
frs John Hill Osprey 98\ H. Blackburn determine the county ) the papers could not have been 7:30: p.m. "birthday dinner" of
site (Continued on page two No-Vel Post 159. American
More Haines City 98il! forwarded to Tallahassee for action N.O.
I by the state parole board at Legion Johnny's Coffee Shop,
Light Tackle''I.
L. this time anyhow, It was reportedby Sarasota.
O. Hodge Sarasota 110 S. S. Blackburn I
WeatheRIXMPERATUBE Tuesday July 29
she R. I Louis AdorJan Holder's employer
More I
Winter Haven 87i! "
bs' Roy who led local attempts to 8 p.m., "movies, Venice Beach
w. Waholm: Winnetka 111. 82 Edgar Green
RAINFALL obtain clemency for the man. Casino.

Women's Division Date High Low Inches Adorjan and Harry Wllliama Wednesday, July 30

fc 0E.. Cowcrn Warren. Pa. 125UBen; Seale (-h tkle) Previously reported ..... ... .... .8Prl flew over to Bartow Tuesday to 7.30 p.m., softball game, Payne

IS. Jean Shoaf Klrklyn. Pa. 110 C. Crandell (m tk) ., July 18 ............ 84 73 0.00 see what they could do to help Park, Sarasota, Venice vs. Am-
.. ... 81 69 0.90
Sat., July 19 (second I.
Children's Division 71 2.60 holder obtnl't 1 Is freed-im. vets game
N Sun.. July 20. -
Billy Beneliel Tallavast, Fla. 100 Woody Roberts h t Mon., July 21 ........ 87 72 0.20 "Everybody, including all the Thursday July 31
eter Harrison Clearwater 92 Neal Taylor (m t) Tues., July 22. 88....74 0.00 officials Involved." Adorjan said: 6:30: p.m., Venice Lions meet-

Statistics Wed., July 23 ........ 89 70 000 "were sympathetic and willing to Ing, Target Trailer Park restaurant
taken from Anglers Club records. Thurs., Juiy 24 89 72 0.55 .
help, but it looks like Holder will Laurel.(1
Total to date this month

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1 Dinner'OfNoVelPostSet SOFTBALL Venice
Birthday AMERICAN Photographs
D.I. Hub Low Venice .... .. ... .. 9 2 .818 Baby
>fc.1'rl.. July Jul,18 21 ,fw.m.II p.m 1tII.m.1.41 pm. For Monday NightIn Sarasota .. .. .. e II .541; At Home

8:412 pm,, .*=vets .., .. II II .500
Pun.. July I' 1:48 '.m. 4:416 pm.M..n. AVAILABLE IN \'
of Its first an- 4 7 .364 .1 ,
1:02 celebration Land O' Sun
$ AN a.m. p.m.
J I !K
Tu:,.: July;: \ 2. 8:22; : : .1:10.1 Pin.w'd. :. niversarY. No-Vel Post No. 159 of Bell .. ... .. .. 2 7 .222 (During July Only)
Judy t? 111,22 .m. : p.m.Thurs.
.. Jill. al 11:10 : m. ,:". pm."i. the American Legion will hold a Harold R. Smith
Allor tilts m. 1:20.m.. at Johnny's
11:82 '.m. f.41 pm.tl birthday dinner" HOME RADIO KEPAIRgrRFK Professional PhotorraphtrPilOSE
Coffee Shop in Sarasota next SOFTBALLContinued ESTIMATES:
starting at 7:30: HONE till 2931
Monday evening HI w. Venire A... Venire
from page one)
Resenatlons already have been ship I

00 made for approximately 50 Legionnaires Last Wednesday night game Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Ytm?
and members of their I once again was a case of Just too .
families reports Paul Golden- much Venice power at the plate. COME IN LET I S SI101V
6. In the YOU TillS PLANE
stein. chairman of the dinner Although behind 7 to THAT
NSCLWAN90WS committee He said any Legion. sixth Inning the Venetians crash ALMOST FLIES ITSELF

nine who filled to make a reservation ed through with a six-run rally SEE \'ENICE-FROM THE AIR -. PASSENGER HOPS' i sJ''
attend the dinner In that frame to win the ball -
raging: 'at tie; door." game Go\'crnmcnt-Approved School Continuous Enrollment

a6O U. .,aid Commander that. although Ralph It O Is,a Simpson regular I shortstop Oddly enough and CliMcn Jim Oakley Taylor J & J AIRCRAFT\ IXf.I

tl baseman, who are among
e.w- Lidcn meeting night. there will I third : local P.O. n'x 2349 P. O. Box 291 P.O Box Ilea I
the heaviest hitters on SARASOTA VENICE -
business transacted. the PlNTlGORtJt
be no
Suppik's main idea being simply to have a team. failed to get a hit something F. O. Jo'nt'r'nlce 2551 E. T. Denham Sarasota tK I Ij
, Pbhing that rarely happen In
!gd together dinner. with possibha
; \\irine:( Lquipnit'iit theatre party afterwards fact"runs Oakley scored"leads with the 23 league while In .41:22. :lImml'tf.: ,"

I J HirJ\v: 'are Taylor H in the runner-up spot. j

I'nuts Enamels: TERRY with 20 tallies to his credit Oak Houses
BEAUTY SHOP In also Is tied for first in "most r. Army
" triples" with two and is second
Plastic Age
Berkeley. Hid*. Nokomis only to ills teammate, "Buck"
Boat & Equipment Co. \\hitaker Venice catcher in tola -

t hone 253 Phone 2875 hits. He has garnered 18. just

. On Tin Trail Nokomit II one bangle less than Whitaker's FOR BARGAINSSEE
total of 19.
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,:.zIT" ffi :rtiji T. 3ji j :ft!t!UZn: :{i!:{i-Zi!nJl:{i!. { [ Glenn Stephens lanky lift
'ielder paced the Venetian attack -
I ,\ Privilege to Live in Florid. last Wednesday night, with
} I "Kirk" at Venice Trailer Park
A Distinction' lo Live in Venice I three hits out of four trips to the

I' plate Byron Jones was the win-

t I H. N. WIMMERS ;j ning pitcher Phone 2592 -

League Leaders
! f
Rullor' Leaders In various departments
of play in the American League

P VENICE: FLORIDA I not counting Wednesdays game E. Bartlett
"11 Fj Where the T.mi.n Trail I Meets the Open Gulf are as follows:

: Batting: Purser 'LOS) .431:
:!3fi?: ;f[ Whitaker (Venice) .396. Phone 2704 -

Runs: Oaklt'y'enlcel( ) 23:

Tailor Runs (Venice batted 20.In: Whitaker OR INQUIRE AT WOLF'S SERVICE STATION ]

VENICENOKOMISBANK <\"(.nlce| 18: J. Gray "City 13
Hits: hitakcjenirf( ) 19:
Oakley l Venice) 18. -

Doubles: J. Oray.City) 5:
McGee Am\ets) 4.

Triples: Oakley \rnlrel 2: Ado Va SPICEOF
( VENICE, FLORIDA Seymour 'LOS* 2.
i y
'1 "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" Home runs: Whitaker (Venice 1 1t =
: Bets Betzi I 2; McOee 'Amvts
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2:; Kirkland Clty) 2; Baker
t Member of Federal Depot Insurance Corp.
'City* 2.Stolen.
bases: Button 11/
: M."imum In.ur'nce
ssooo For E.ch Depots tor $5000 7: Trahan 'Armetsl) 5: Stinnett
I Am vets i 5; Taylor Venice 5;

E Blackstock LOS> 5.
Strikeouts: Rowe LOS> 78; J.
Friendly Companions
Gray City) 53.

Pitching: Evers
Winter Reservations 1000: Jones Venice! ) 6-3. .64}. ,I Congenial Conversation

Box Score

Wednesday's Venice box score:
It Wi :ire /I'l.inning nn Cumin; to \' Vence AB R H PO A E And the Best Drinks in Town -

Oakley ss ... 4 2 0 0 0 0
\ )Whiter. .ray\ \\ e Stigi est :\"W" Is the
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Ainger .Ib ...... 5 1 2 10 0 to)

Tinge I to Mike: Kunni Hter\";itnnix':) Taylor 3b ...... 4 1 0 0 0 11 At Popular Prices.
W/iitaker c .. .., 4 1 2 5 0 3 I

Jonas. p ..... .... 3 1 1 0 8 2
'Many; it Our h.revis-hteJ: Guests Mikesell, cf ..,... 4 I 0 1 0 0

\ Dunn. 2b ..... .... 4 2 1 4 3 0
lreiJHue l
> s That's atSmitty's
: me II, rreeijj,,< I heir What You Get
Stephens If .... 4 1 3 1 0 0
\\in.is from Any "'\\'here. hall.\\'e.Stay! ?" Keys rf ...... .. 2 2 1 0 0 0

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Guesti.n!. '. Totals ... 34 12 10 21 9 6 Tavern"The

SARASOTA ... .. 160 000 0- 7

VENICE. ... .. .. 200 226 x-12
Runs batted in: Gray 2. Stroud

EL VATU IlcTIL Dunn.2. Ainger 2. Whitaker. Jones, Bright Spot on the Trail"Delicious
Stephens. Stolen bases:
Keys. Sacrifices: Stroud. Lift on
22:> M\.neexe. UMCEnoniDPhone: Sandwiches When You Are Hungry
3572 bases: City 5. Venice 9, Base on --

i balls: off Jones 2. off Kirkland 3,

SUMMER RATES NOW IN EFFECT i Struck out: by Jones 4. Kirkland 15 South Tamiami Trail Venice
Umpires: Eskew Matthews

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July 26, 1917 :

with BIRKET H N. Wlmmers FUNERAL of Veniceone PROWLERSContinued Will Not RetireNATIMN New Methodist :later In the evening. I ':

of the pallbearers, funeral I George Goodrich gave a welcoming
ices will be held at 4 o'clock from page one) Pastor HonoredAt talk for the Rev. and Un. tt

ar at the Episcopal Church of band, who got his gun and pro I Harper, with the pastor responding '
In Sarasota for .I..t EnglewoodThe ,
Redeemer widely known ceeded to capture the pair. Later Among those who presented

ha F. Burket.attorney and civic lead- he found their car down the road, ,3 Rev. and Mrs George L : the musical portion of the evening

who ta died< early Thursday with the Yarbrough youth In: the J Harper were honored last Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
from injuries suffered back seat. evening with a chicken: supper Elbrecht.JossartKincaid. t
ming all automobile accident near In Rear of Car and reception at the Englewood
Methodist Church. The Rev. Har-
Llmetto July Wallace Wllllams of Numerous articles were In the per, new pastor of the Venice-
Irhe RW .
will officiate at theeral rear of the car and Chief Pestot- Nokomis Methodist Church, also 'I
l service, with' Interment nit questioned the men: after he serves as minister for the Englewood I Dependable Plumbers

(lowing In Manasota Burial arrived In an effort to learn church. Contracting & Repairing

rk, -- where they had obtained them. Miss Lottie Lampp, Sunday
Failing to get satisfactory an- School superintendent, was in I 33V.. Venice Avrnue

swers. and having learned they I charge of arrangements for the Phone 266

I'llill'lllill' ) had been en rQute from Fort My- ,, I' affair with the women of the --
ers to Tampa he called various 'church serving the chicken supper I
IS 00* iUSINESS places on 'the Trail south of Venice Mr. and Mrs. George Weide DISSATISFIED CUSTOMERSNOTICE '
later In the morning and thus [ .
furnished the Ice cream served
that a car parked at the
,Myakka River Service Station
I land another parked at Alstons.II 1 Dependable i

I four miles south of here, had been
'broken Into.Subsequently. MAYO ServiceWE

the chief said Branding reports that he plansto SPECIALIZE IN iel y
the owners of the two cars Iden- retire as being 'absolutely
tified some of the articles foundIn without foundation" State Com- Chrysler Products
missioner of Agriculture Nathan
the suspects' auto as having
been stolen from their machines. Tallahas-see I NOKOMISGARAGE

Chief Pestotnik then turned the "I expect to be a candidate to
men over to the Sheriffs Office succeed myself In the 1948 elec- 1l
tion regardless of who else runs." I i
to face
charges of 'breaking and
"My health was never better In l
I my life," Mayo said. "I have an l !
i Phone 2581
unfinished program In the ulti- I

ONE HIT GAME mate development of agriculturethat ., ;
I cannot possibly be completed
Unt consideration Is proper Edward Keys sole player from In the next 18 months. Therefore -
OUR I am asking my thousandsof
1.lIionol service for our cut- Venice on the Sarasota American friends throughout the stateto t
ton.i. Service which only coo Legion baseball team pitched a pass the word on to their .
Itp graduation,state Iktntur end one-hit 14 to 0 victory over Ar- neighbors that I am not ready to
pen of experience can gtvt. That quit the post of Commissioner of TO f
cadia last week. Eddie struck out Agriculture."
k what wt offer you when youbriny
11 and didn't Issue a single walk.
your proscriptions to ui
The only hit he yielded was a St. Pete Voters Approve Registered Voters '

The Rexall Store single Into short center field by $15,000,000 financingFor

-Pr.erlptkn H'.I.II." Benny Dyle, Arcadia pitcher In J' .
POST orrlCE ARCADE the seventh Inning.o.SPIKE Tampa Bay BridgeST Reproduced below is a copy of the official
?NONE ml) VENICE PETERSBURG By a ballot tor the special election to be held in Venice '

three-to-one vote of 3,670 to 1.- August 4, 1947.Inasmuch I I '

JONESGENE 354, citizens of St. Petersburgthis as this is only an "advisory referendum of.,
week voted In favor of the
designed (to inform the Council'
proposal to Increase the St. Pet- simply City
I VAUGHN AUTREY ersburg Port Authority's debt as to the wishes of Venice citizens concerning these ..,

MONROE limit from $10 million to $15,000- two proposals, and because it is desired to obtain as

NEW 000.The complete an expression of opinion as possible, any ,
555.00 RECORDS action thus makes feasible City of Venice registered voter who will be out of 1

early completion possibly by town August 4 may mark and sign the ballot below '
ALPHA AIUSICSHOP 1950 of the bridgecausewayacross
lower Tampa Bay, con- and mail it to "City Clerk, Venice, Florida." :
J.,. PKilr., 8Crombr.-C.rU.n, M.Jnlir, Westinghouse and Arvin Radio
end. RtHilniUn Rand TrptwrlUr Dealer necting Plnellas and Manatee All such ballots received from qualified electors W I I

III *. \E\Radio Il'E! AVENUE Repairs:_ lUdlM. Rented r>m.... Rented PHONE IKI Counties. It will be financed will be added to the tally. .M, ,.t'
through revenue certificates.

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BETTER "BUYS" AT BAKER'S! Mrs. Helga City C'erk.Roess-Sietle,

Publish July 18 and 25OFFICIAL



ECriON OF AUGUST1tl1, A. D. 1947OF




Make a cross malk In the space provided! after
the word "Yes" or "No" to indicate whether,or not you
want the C.ty of Venice to Issue SEWER REVENUE
[ 12 MONTHS TO PAY I CERTIFICATES in the amount of $275000 to finance '
construction of a sanitarY sewer system in Venice

I YES __ NO _
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Make a cross mark I the word "Yes" or "No" to ind'cate whether or not you
I want the City of 'Vt'nlee'to refund Its General Obligation
Bonds in the amount of $312,000 it an Interest rate not
I to exceed three <3't) percent per annum.
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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, July 35-,

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"" .,. I. Harper.
: i i q N U II '.10..10. Sunday Morning IIrhoot Worhlp

0210 pm. Youth
Y" = Felluwhg,
7:60 p.m: treat : -
Wednesday, Til! "m"' ,
do with a word asy, but I will defend prayer and one. 'Ir.m. ***
I not agree you En''. .4.Sfr"c..
with my life your right to say itOLT1RL Ham. Sunday school I Mi., .
Lampp, sup t.
Published every Friday Editorial and !business office, 313 West 6 p.m. Church aervl...
Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida, P. O Boa 632 Phone Venice 3131


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Filtered al aecond.claia matter June 6, 1946. at the pod office D. Campbell Cr...f.,J. ...,.
.I Venice Florida, under the Act of March 3iS19._ U .10. Bible Class..
-- -- -- --- -- II '.m. Morning MItpmBYPU ..1.| ,.
Subscription rateii One year. s: 50. sis month. II.50; tart (: .
voatha, 75c. Classified advrrtang rate 2 cents per word, first 20rj 1 :10'p.m. Evening ?, .,.
.. Wednesday, 1:30prayer m, vi, .
each aid'
word for .
wciu.; 1 cent per ,_ aervu*
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-- 10-1
--- -- -- Rev J. W. Hinton, P.i.

Me.- Ham. Sunday *.ho..l I: |,
Morning aervlrei 6 i'.m HTDnettlnc ., .
CLARIFY" Evening- services Nednrsday t .
R 'I prayer '

1 F. Et"iftI: E4Yr

,'" ".. :. ; :ion for Riviera St and Palermo PI ,
:'. ;: ':': : :: I\.A 'to:: : a : n? a *
(Edward King In
chim II
M i' i.' '.. ,,' s.; !,fa' :... .A:',-: '*:'-i.'.\ M::: s-t i op of a talk summer aervIZis
.1 HE'S BEEN BOOIM6ME NI&HT-.r" : '.m. Bunchy Ii ML
r :tit t, ," ;. :.. Z'I::: ':' '::::1.! :ur.ift'r of the All Years 11 a.m. Morning netim.
'OIt-Kt TO WT HM IN THE E./E Wes{ "iSHJ1"
C.ut : .: :' ; ,a. ::::. .:1 'o\ :;>i 1-e urges the broadening of ,

.. .,:.t. :.,,",..:. CHURCH OF COD

1: :. "t. : :.:1: :: ;:A'\ V.nlce Avenue
'I Dr. John W. Studebaker U. S. i iI Re*, C. D. Jernigan, Paste
..-. Ford1:1I':
\ -.tf.n: :a ;
Commissioner of Education favor Ham. Sunday Srhou.
I'1 f.m i:.: ''.IIi ..kf Caornla:: de- I I II '.10. Pr..chln.
Pines rr :our:$ travel for a sub- staggering school vacations MULLIGAN I bv CM. lllO p.m. Preachlni
throughout the year in place of l e Thursday. T;:IV p.m., Young Pt*
e'antial portion of Its revenue. Service.Friday
the present summer shut down. T.I pm, benefit tuner.
Thomas points out that "a
But accepting school vacations as

tremendous amount of excel they are now. the Census Bureau So many are away on vacation. are planning, to 1 leave, or have VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH

s l lent vacation time In going to statistics reveal that there ..re'' Just returned that its almost a hopeless task to try to report all Naeaaa at Tampa Avtnit

"'\ Hole, in America today" He 48194548 Americans who have : the "comings and goings" Our mother and youngest daughter Venice

\ i terms our travel viewpoint out- no school age children and who Leon. came all the way from California last week just to see us -I' Re*. C. L El.l.mM, FiitKvertlsing

'I' t t uulrd In hat It establishes the are not teachers. This travel II and Venice yet we had to leave out the paragraph chroniclingthat I a.m. M....

?: thought that certain months group Is not bound to the fixed fact last Friday to make

: are "vacation" months or travel school summer vacation period I room for a more important last. of the Venice Food Shop areaway campaign! !I'
: .
f ( md others are eontlderrd I
minute story Just mentioning -
1 "Here Is a verv rich potential
!; : "off' >I'a!>Ons." how 01a months vacation Stan Richardson of R III
this of explaining
by way
market of people who with
: em-
! Continuing )ie says. "Not all of take come we don't have more "vacation Jaunt. Councilman Finn Cas- Sporting Goods sent a post ca:
ployers' cooperation, could
1'; them months are off reason for their vacations at periods other notes" persen has gone to New Jersey ona from Cheyenne, Womi

I I )e leasoi that t:icy are not good than mid-summer, The trend in While were on the subject. combined business,vacation trip, "Haven't time to write each
I. vacation months. Many of them Is but will be back here In time to as we are leaving immediately
I Industry toward employers' co- though we might mention that
ar rood. It that In the 4 of trip to Portland. Cc
I anppears they cast a vote August sew- last leg
operation In this situation. I
Grocer C. C. Lowe and Mrs Lowe
f see shunned and wasted election. Got by air Is beautiful and
largely pen to know that several large er system a post try
because they fall outside the have just returned from their card from school teacher Ruth really are covering ground
concerns are even considering an
time.hallowed, few mid-summer extra week bonus for vacations longest vacation In several years Jelks from Laramie, Wyoming: trait to here yesterday. Helen
jncrjthf when the American pub- a motor trip that took them as "This place is simply wonderful decided to come along i
taken in a non-summer seasoa"The
I jc: has always rushed to crowd far north as Asheville, N. C. but .h-h.h.hl give me Venice much thought. as it Is her
old vacation patter, Is
: Ir Its annual'aeation.. And H. S. Bowden and family, You should hear my Venice ad- air trip." .
beginning to change We are In

''Ihllasle of potential vaca an era that holds a new conception -

tot: time Is doubly unfortunate. of leisure Existence of

Ftcple who follow the same old leisure time Is a fundamental

1 vacation groove are missing new of recreational travel AccordIng .
I, l'rhts and experiences. From the
to the Department of Com-

picfit standpolrt, no industry merce, more than four.fifths of
least of all in
the travel field -
all persons employed In private
can afford to overlook so muchcf Industry and 91 per cent .f all
Us potential and not suffer
office workers are eligible for
With the great bulk of America
paid vacations Over 85 per
vacations bunched into midsummer cent of union workers have va-
the travel business
is forced cation clauses In their con-
to meet the entire year a expensesin
tracts. The eligibility for rec-
a relatively few months of rush reational travel has Increasedto
cpmtion A condition
that has the point where It 1s becoming -
proved inefficient and costly in-
a staple for the many
Crates; the need of
a change.
"The situation calls for a new

Naturally. I am not suggesting formula by our travel Industry to e

that every resort or region can meet It. I: suggest that we encourage

entertain: a lull nouse of pleasure travel to grow Into the

travelers the year around But I stable, year-around business thatIt II R. ?OB MRS) ADVERTISER
regardless of the climate "
there can be.
The fact that you are raiding thai* words
we resort owners who (In normal There is much sound common la proof la itself that "white .ipae" pan
r t:roes) open their doors for the be used to attract the reader attention
sense in what Don Thomas says Almost irresistibly tie ere U draw to
season a lot later than they on this subject. States like California four __" ... Wb" advertaetra not
retard whlt avac* aa "wa.t* **
would like. By the same token and Florida have much to They we it .deliberately. te loam apac.-.

they regretfully shut up shop at offer the tourist and visitor every ties selling on their .ad and emphasize' their

a time of the year when they month in the year. meieaceVENIC1 GONDOLIER
know there I v pc) *,!y Of good A nationwide educational campaign III Want Venice Avenue Phone till I

season left. to encourage travel and vacations

"The extended season cllen during what we now term
felt Is available If the travel off
-season months would do"much

industry toe after It. to stabilize the Industry and
"Our summer vacation habit is build
toward a dependable year- "
largely an outgrowth of the habits around travel business The sum-

of schools and business mer vacation idea is based on ha-

Mary school authorities, such as bit and not necessity.

"A newspaper's space is its stock-in-trade. It is

the only thing it has to sell. When an editor donates

his space to any scheme, project, or cause, it is the

same as the storekeeper taking goods from his shelves

for a contribution. Too many people, due to the lax

practice too many editors, seem to think promotional -

matter concerning their pet schemes is news. Very

often it has very little general interest or news value."



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Cl.r.da Cocking, daughter CLASSIFIEDADS Cadet Nurse Patricia Ann Wlm- "woody" Lanius. son of Mr i1

51.. and Mrs. Nell Cocking of Destroy Owner's mers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs and Mis Frank Lanius, returned. i,
who has been vis- H. N Wimmers of Venice, Is homeon to Venice this week from Bay
petersburg (Ic a word first 20 w.rdi, 1< each Homestead Right a short leave from Crawford Pines Veteran Hospital near SI
and aunt. Postmas- ddltlon.l w.r. Minimum charge,
,her unce nc. Cub with Ad Special r.... W. Long Memorial Hospital At- Petersburg where he recently
Hid Mrs. Edward J. Courtoy far same mart.d. Ads thin will on
Lomis, will l return home In a the telephone (3IJI> up u I p.m. fact that a homestead owner occasionally I year of her nursing course praised the staff of the veteran h'

| daYs. she brought her famed Thursdays with will the remit understandingadveatiser payment rents his place does hospital, declaring he had received

"Cnlef" from st. Peter promptly) not destroy Its character as a I GONDOLIER Classified Ads excellent care during his ,

.,e. participate in the quarerle I homestead. says Attorney General Cost Only 2 Cents a Word two weeks' stay.

to racing near Sarasota.ddldtl4444 LOST J. Tom Watson _

In an opinion to Comptroller C.
..<4444444 tars ON ( MAIN. with llrrnx I An.tlflcatlon .
4 tag No. lllttil attuhnl. .'In". M. Gay the attorney general said
ft please return to Gun( ,II'r nfriir.
that a person who acquires a
Business -
BROWNu.ArHu: ::(T: be.to"w" I homestead does not lose that LANDCOMPANY
AND C.rovrliinil avenue and K.null Flu irr.
Robert M. hhanlty. phone 84PA homestead right unless he aban-
ProfessionalDirectory I dons it or otherwise loses It by

FOR SALE operation of the law An owner I

PONY FOR SALE:. Inquiry Alen abandons his homestead when he
ertrttrrt,. ,.,.,.,.ia.-. Youn. Laurri.IATHTL'H 1. takes up a permanent place of

.umVIo'h' with fitting. Call abode somewhere else, but unless I
Venice Penn.
ROOFING ----- he does so. the homestead character v

Roof Woik of All Kinds 1 SITl'1'IOSSUn remains and occasional
----- entlng does not
JONES destroy it
Aim P. BABY SITTER ssiiebir mi>tlm It.qulm .-
Phone 2981 ice >:I76 tranMiMirtatiiHi. I bank and r.rih \in The Inquiry was on whether a Registered Real Estate Broker m'
nary man who had acquired a i
WANTED home In Florida and lived in it
[fOR QUICK RELIABLE for several years, but now was .
WAIT TO IVY a tuur-n.m h>u
required to live elsewhere for the
with Kruund fir garden mil Ir.II. In
VenicePlumbing v,."..*. trivet. 01.1 'I..'.uu. Ki.hard nrnnir time being would lose his horn
F. Mon-land IfH h.I" Ai. NYi.rk ,.. t 1 .
Shop City 67.BUSINESS. stead rights by the fact that I NICE HOMES AND.1PARrI'MENT ;

rented his Florida home on.
L,, |4. Venice Phone 2153 : l'LKsO\\LS
mon'h-to-month bails while HOUSES I
YoUR CAK4 WASHED: mill\ ,. 'was away.
wt'h ...... ,' r..n.".1010. ----I I
16&1 for ggofnlmenl.eta'TIC FOR SALE
; TANK unil l'e.etwnd cl.mnintwith
M"d,'re tuniph nimiimnt' K,...
.nwahle rMM. ottrill and Alltn I Phone Closing of Biadys Sea Food Prices Reasonable
947\. restaurant, on the Trail In No-

1 I nKIVmA. PIT IN. )Nook fill dirt omis, until about September 1
.hill tonerI.-. work or nil kinds with to permit enlargement of the i
mix.r Louis Alirjun Phone III->. 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581 "I .
dining room and repainting of

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE the entire building was announced -
______ _____ ___ ,
r alan the torture of Itching, u. this week by E. O. Brady. "In lu inru To Help Build Venice and Venice Value
mill skin, m ga andr
external Ma when
Mul users all over the U.3 A. are Acreage
it of blessed relief from aloonea
cult OilU.mill.
ir.C..&I bottle backteitfsotucorn from your druggist dayamonry VENICE FARMS 1

r Iti Ask for llooae Emerald OIL: I

$25.O() to .S50.00)() I HERE'S YOUR KEY TO COMPLETE a :

t An Acre

your old r

favorite Purchaser to pay for abstract I





__-I It NEXT WINTER x xI (

Best CIGAR2for15c and Biggest craldin5/t n I 1I *

I For quick relief from Itching cauaed by....ma. I
athlete i foot acabiea.plmpl..nd other itching
condition, uw pure roolinl,medicated liquid
D.D.D. .ne.lnION.A doctor formula. !
Greaseless and stainless soothes. comforts and I
II your W., It eat .> J5c trial bottlerWeiit
11/I. ....,,,i, write NiMM9inCO.ri'fN3ILL quickly coin,or mohrY inlenn back 000'toiler Ask out
druggist todalor D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION.S
I i

HOUSE HEATING I i In ri.ni. jw doo-iu-

winters it a real puLlrm.llow much heat u eroded? V hal '

type 'If Slant >ah>f.<101')T MI i'rni'nmii a)? V sal 'Illil"|

mrnt b aaiULIffT. '

I find a solution' Rutdl ..".. ham ju. oomph fed,
I tn r.lenahe i lunrj ll'i too long lo publish hrrf. But il'i

rNo"-cialm whJ a..ilal>.lr In book form_ tine big 1 book profusely Illuf .
medical authorities ought to F I IIralrd.
knoWI! Nature has so constructed and ph siaptyto -
woman that In many cases she s .And It his the an.....r to your house heating,proUrm.
suffer certain distressing symptoms
during her life For Instance, when she enters '
Jomanhood during the tho .
Period when fertility ebbs away. > COLD FACTS ON A WARM SUBJECT
Now If on 'certain days' of the month-fe- .
Me functional monthly disturbances are ,i, '' So don'l shiner and elide not wmlrr Dooo.Irhin.;
causing you to pain, nervous by .
trest and feel :gnJeI.o: cranky, you pdlt 1
jour children and hw.band-then do try Lydia \ li. about II Hair Crt the fan. !n your dnlrr, rill
f-Knkhami Vegetable Compound to relieve t ,

such symptoms Its famous fur this parpu e. I I 11ttin us 110 I at your Florida Power & ll ,Ll Company office or
/ Made ;
For Girl and WomenCompound \
PInkham' DOa than relieve I fOP "
such monthly pain. It ALSO MOUE relieves accom- .... \ Mill HIS I COUPON TODAY!II
RSP"*nervous tension Irritability and weak. I ..... ._ .---'
nstrung feelings-when due to this cause.
Taken ----
regularly thruout the month this I -
great agatllst medicine such helP build up resistance "....Power a>Llyhl Tninpiny I
distress. A sensible
woman LYdia should want to do thing I any TLtuu! PO t i1\! mmFINE please red m,.llU-l rhirfr.t ol I...ll..tint are UtkU I
,plnkhal> Compound Is also very 1.. alwiil'h....Mating fur florid.la ulnltr lime. 1
:SSH? 1reUeve hot fishes and those funny, .
b1-when rrasslng feelings during the years 38 to ems ,......-
dVe to functionalmiddleage' I
period| peculiar tot women. ESTLRWrNMKNT= FOR ALL THE FAMILY Firm Ad.-
PinkIiam' Compound Is worth tryfngl TW!guesser[.
-'!J.7l-_ L L _d"- VEGETABLECOMPOUND B Tar la$....'.u.-a __-______-______ :: -__________JZ5 i


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fist biz "

! Church-Owned PropertyNot Dead Fish tide" declared fresh or
Vet quick results, use a OON- Holds Many Septic water entering the Oull hat"sWiIIi
Necessarily (Continued from page oneJ lutely nothing to
DOIJER Classified Ad. do with
Tanks Placed Too Exempt From Taxes he Oceanographic Institute of nation although earlier the r.
(. ,' Woods Hole, Mass week Dr. Clyde T Reed. In t
.1" Deep In GroundAsserting TALLAHASSEE The Florida Although no final conclusions the biology department het4
. constitution does not exempt have been reached Anderson: Is University of Tampa. 01
"our Health Depart- church-owned property from tax- reported to have said It Is now enormous growth 01 state t
ment has found a deplorable ation unless It is held and used definitely known the fish were Isms was due to the orli
condition existing In Sarasota exclusively for religious pui poses, killed by a micro-organism upsetting which had washed heavy wroW1!
Count." because In many Instances Attorney General J. Tom Wat- the chemical balance of Phosphate from in,
septic tanks are placedtoo son so advised Comptroller Clarence the water But just what conditions down the rivers and Imo and R,
deep In the ground to oper- I M Gay in reply to a ques- caused the Increase of the Meanwhile, fi, ,m t-.l.the v"
ate properly James C Younk tion of whether tax exemption micro.01 ganlsm Is still a mystery and Englewood c in
C OCILEI man president of the Sarasota might not be applied to property Anderson was tie: first of the fewer fish are b nlortJ, e
; t
Association, this I 1ID
f< a mite Master Plumber urging owned by a church and used for three experts to arrive here reportedly the shore, gl\m: c..r. h ,1
I e .::apemorninc week issued a statement I administration personnel con- having been detailed to that the nuisance
I be
contractors and r!::
owneis general I nectt'dl'lth mission work In make an Investigation at the re- I within a short ''
.L b daa d coA plumbers alike to !give the prob- I South America The properwa! I quest of Congressman J, Hardin ---
1 t> O dtKNOUES lent their attention lands where LAND d \ri\7
not located on the Peterson who had been informed Street
U IL :::4ri I \ounkman pointed out that the ciuich; was situated of the seriousness of the sit w. H.v. An Ind,1 AI *
011 'the soil In many areas of the Whether church-owned' property iition b\ T Mrede, Sr., first : InR .' '.TClemons
county has err little water ab- is used e\clus\eh for religious \'Ice.pi esldent of the Venice-No- & Wagner
lip oiptipn capacity and at tinesnone pm'poses. hOIl e\'er. Is a question koml Chamber of Commerce, | !Phone 1:31 :'
ae11.555 I I1 ,
hnnwte. of fact to be dcteimimd beach \ Smith discussing "the red
Counts Health Department in- tax assessor the attorney'
pictiors of septic tank installa- ..neial concluded r
t:cn, have disclosed many case Center Restaurant
Tarpon and
it } here tae: house drain through or \IMTs IN MAKE Docks.
foundation I
; JEWELERS has under been placed at a depth far Leon C. Smith of Paikersburp! Will main open for the rest i of the nmu 1
I W. \'aoo is in Venice to spend a
,' .J alt Ice Art : too low for: sail-hctoi'>' sewage coupe of week" with hisl'lfe, serving sandwiches, coffee, beer, stilt lK.>. I t
: di!.po-al 1. and! ice cream.
.. Adele, at the Palm Mew Apart-
Hi'\ate Floors
P ment'I The I main dining will be clunJ I1
11 t The use of concrete slab floors,I room I t u up r

: In-tall 'd at or rear the Hound ;)I I -u,-h flows be elt.'atedl'llil fill ariy! for :i.ltentions and: (lie addition nt :K.
j let, i contributes to this poor till: lounge
: I I dirt or that the house drain ,And
hP declared urging thatBrady's H
1 piactlce I -nk: waste line be extended from
/ under the building above the sur-
/1 face of the ground.
Sea Food Younkman pointed out that the I
rr County Health Departmentstands
ready to assist "at any
l' NOKOMIS time the floor ele\atlon or septic
' I tank location Is questionable
1 ('LOS ED TEMPORARILY R L Gause, county sanitary
: engineer may be contacted by
" For Remodeling residents of this area either G

WILL REOPEN ABOUT SEPTEMBER htE.O.BRADY through City Supervisor P. H A M fir. it
, Mallory at the Venice City Hall 4E
or through Major William Jonas
't ... .-1 cf Englewood.
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1 Bowla.kade i I It I


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,t Double o> Twin Beds

I Breakfasts !

7 A.M. TO 10 A.M. e


; .xza BEDSComplete e

Sandwiches and Short Orders with or t

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: 10 A.M. TO 11 P.M.e e
I It

SIMMONS COIL rN a .' a'e a'e

Bowling Alleys Open _n 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. SPRINGS 0

1et 1e
+ J
We Also Carryarlttv F

SOMETHING: NEW! A Lower\ .PricedKING of 01ul

Starting Immediately We Spring ,,....
are Offering WEEKLY PRIZES of "
$1 In Trade for the Highest Men's and Women's Scores Made on the u e

Venice Bowlakade Alleys. Watch Our Ad in THE GONDOLIER
Every Friday for Names of Winners.

GEORGE BOTTS J. M. KEYS I "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down:



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