Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00088
 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: October 17, 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: UF00079934:00088
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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lr. Wright Local Pastor New PRICE FIVE CENTS

Vice Moderator FISHERMEN TO Three Candidates Join


xplains Of Baptist Group UW TONIGHT Council Race; Cousins

Patch Test'Hope With the election of new offi- : Sponsored by the Venice

cers, headed by the Rev C. C. I NokumlH Chamber of Commerce May Run For
Kiser 'of Bradenton as moderator, I and with George Mitchell -

that every child In thecd the two-day annual session of the j acting as chairman, a pub-

schools will be given a tu- Southwest Florida Baptist Association lic meeting HIM be held at 8 entry of M. Cousins Into the race for mayor and the

Tculln "patch test" this fall was was concluded at the First clock tonight at the C. of C. definite entrance of three candidates Into the councilmanic
race 4
pressed by Dr. W L. Wright to discuss the developed this
Baptist Church of Venice yesterday I recently enacted week to keep Venice's political pot bubbllnc meiriiv._ 4'
ad of the Sarasota County afternoon. I UH prohibiting the use of haul cousins, KMIi local Superin- __ n :J.-

ralth Department, who was the Approximately 165 delegates I wines, drag nits or stop nets II tendent and mayor of Venice during .r

hnclpal speaker at last Tuesday representing 18 Baptist churches In inside salt waters of Sara- the war, said friends had urged Sale and New

Igtiti meeting of the Venice- In Sarasota and Manatee countiesattended I sots County north of Lemon i I him to oppose already-an-

omis P.-T.A. held at the the conference with the: Bay.All nounced Finn Caspersen for the Set-Up of Nokomis

lli school. Rev D Campbell Crawford of the I commercial and Sports j i mayor's post, but that he has not Dairy Announced

I President Bazll E. Bowen Kt- local church being the host pas- fishermen of this district are I yet made up his mind to .run ,

ded over the meeting, during tor. The Rev Crawford WAS elect- : Incited to attend the meeting Carl H. Wolf Edg.\\ood resi-
ch i teachers at both VeNoHId edlce moderator. Mitchell said. dent and local service station a reported consideration -
of $40.000, sale of the
1 the Laurel school were intro- The new law became effective owner; Brig.-Central Lyle H. Noko-
Other Officers mis Dairy by George A William
red. last June without Miller, U.S.M.C. Ret), and Louis
In addition to the Rev Klser the gov- I to Q M. Edmondson, Jr., formerly -
Poor Response ernor's approval, after Its J. Pappas local druggist, were the
who succeeds the Rev. Thad Entz- passage of Culpepper Va., was disclosed -
I Referring to the "permission minger of Manatee as moderator, by the legislature. Penal- three men who announced they this week.Coincidentally..
ties for will seek election to the 1 s
IPS" recently sent home to beed new officers of the associationwere range up to Edmondson -

I by parents who wish their chosen as follows: i (500 fine and Imprisonment up Mrs. Helga Roess-Siede, city the dairy, henceforth to revealed be

dren to be tested. Dr. Wright Clerk? Rev. L. E. Hutto, Sarasota : to one year, or both. Nets of I clerk said yesterday that several known as Nokomis Farms." has

!tented that the response so I ; treasurer, Mr J. P. Nichols violators also are to be destroyed nominating petitions had been entered into a special arrangement ", .
following their trial taken out, indicating still other
r has not been'as good as hadiexpected Bradenton; I and with the Land 0' Sun Dairyof
." conviction. I candidates may decide to seek to f
; Committees: Stewardship and ; Sarasota, whereby that firm
succeed Dr. T. S. Thompson as
I1 believe the reason we have Missions Di H. C. Wayman. Sar- I I will process the locally producedmilk
I councilman for the next four
( rotten more of the slips sign- asota; Rev. L. E. MacRae Samo- New Hotel and with Sdmondson representing -
years or retiring Mayor Clyde V.
1,however," he said. "Is that the set; L. Q Shirley. Sarasota: Lay I Land 0' Sun in Osprey. Laurel -
Higel The mayor's term Is for
nts do not understand just man's Work, Judge W. H. Tucker I Apartment House two years. Nokomis, Venice and Englewood +,

fart: the 'patch test' Is for. Bradenton: Elmer Bustle, Same- .

Explains Test set; I Group ProposedTo Mrs. Sled Petitions said Edmondson also anounced that A
Itte "Patch Test said Dr. Women's Missionary Union petitions Harry Williams will continue to

nght, Is a test to determine If Work, Mrs. Oeorge Hauser, Ven- discuss formation of a new may be filed starting next maintain the dairy's home delivery ;

(person has ever been Infected ice; Mrs. C. H. Bills Sarasota; association to promote touristI Thursday October 23, and will be service In this area.

Hi tuberculosis, It consists of Mrs. W. W. Owens, Palmettos, I travel to this section of Florida's days accepted before until November 22, ten Future for Florida
fling a small piece of special Children's Home, Mrs. J. A. Lamb, Gulf Coast, apartment house and on December municipal 2. election A dairyman of many year's experience I

piieslve tape on the skin for 48 Palmetto; Mrs. R. E. Mayhue, hotel owners of Venice and Nokomis In Ohio, too, before { .

f JTS At the end of that time thePe Manatee: Mrs. Ouy Clark, Fruit- will be asked to meet A strong possibility that a sec- establishing himself at Culpepper : :

\ Is removed and the test is vllle; Evangelism, Rev. Frank T. sometime next week with a special ond council vacancy will have to Edmondson said he had long I ,1'I

'Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Two) j committee appointed at last be filled at the coming election I been planning to locate in Florida i rl"

week's meeting of the Venice-No- exists. Inasmuch as friends have because he was convinced that :

komis Chamber of Commerce. reported Oeorge Botts, who is expected this state, with its .

After nay WEEK I WeatheRPreviously I I Secretary Harry A. Beach said back in town soon after grazing and mild climate, is des:1:
undergoing one of Itsrat being all
away summer due to Illness -
i I the various owners will be contacted tined to become a tremendously
summers In Jean within probably will submit his formal I I Important producer of dairy pro-
>mice list i the next few daysto I
week has had one TEMPERATURE RAINFALL i ii I resignation. His term has two ducts.
determine what time would be
driest' Pete High Inches
wven-dajr j
stretches more years to run.
the reported 092FT I i most convenient for a majorityof He plans further Improvementand
dry spell last Under a charter provision
covering I local
"later.Only. !., Oct. 10 ...... ... 83 69 0.00 them to attend the meeting. I where expansion of the dairy.
cases a city officer Is
09 of an Inch Sat. Oct. 11 .... .... 83 71 009 H S. Bowden president of the unable to which occupies 240 acres adJoinIng -
of rain serve, Smyth Brohard, but pointed
*, C of C, heads the committee, Venice By-Way
(last Saturday) Sun. Oct. 12 86 72 0 00 local tavern
reports was under the personal supervision -
TT A. Beach, secretary of Mon., Oct. 13 .. 83 71 0 00 which also Includes M. A. Bras- ed to act as Botts' out that Williams It
Venice-Nokomis Tues., Oct. 14 ... .. 84 66 0.00 well, local attorney. and Oeorge wlllle he was apPOint-I of
C. of C. away.Brohard had to be one of
04 official u. S. Weather ob- Wed. Oct. 15 .... 80 68 0.00 Mitchell barber and former city Will Run the already finest dairies grown in Florida. ;1

r for this area. Thurs. Oct .16 .. .... 81 69 0.00 councilman In event Botts does resign, Bro- Fine Herd

Total to date this month. .... 1.01 Separate Group hard has said he definitely will The Nokomis dairy herd con-

Preliminary discussion of the be a candidate for the two-year sists of about 150 cows predom-

Idea has leaned toward formationof post. Pappas Is understood to be Continued on Page Two

LAST CALL a separate organization, although Interested In the two-year Job,

the too, rather than
closely working with the regular four-

Next C. of C. (Continued on Page Six) i I Coming Events I
Monday (b p.m.) Is the deadline for acceptance of orders
cOPies of The One of the primary purposes of
"I on come out November 7. the proposed group. Beach said, State Highway ,

sauce. DoN'T this big Special edition than we have had orders for _Inc co-operative advertising and publicity Patrolman to Be 2:30: p.m., Lemon Bay Woman's
aw BE DISAPPOINTED. Get your orders In now set-up to attract visitors to Club meets, Woman's clubhouse,
Ued J COpy If called for at The Oondoller "lce20c: per copy I Stationed HereFor t
anYwhere In the tJ S. i this district. 0WOMAN'S Englewood.
e I 8:00: p.m., meeting of commer-

ADVERTISERS the first time since the war, cial and sports fishermen at Ven-
Next I a state highway patrolman will be Ice-Nokomis Chamber of Commerce -
OP In then"Progress. pm) 'Is the" deadline for reserving advertising ENGLEWOOD TO stationed In Venice, Chief of Police I I All Interested persons wel
SI'atlnute Edition. We Just cannot handle a flood 01
tential ads Nor Is It possible for us to contact every Individual MEET TODAYThe Gerry Pestotnlk was advised come.
ng to advertiser let person (Hone tI we've Rot our hands full last night by Lieutenant Mack Monday, October 20
Gondolier get this)"Proaress Edition" out, In addition to the regulal'Y Lemon Bay Woman's Club Britt, in charge of the Fort Myers 8 pm. women bowlers meet

Although will hold a short business meet-! office and district of the highway Venice Bay Trailer Park.
ftlslmr most newspapers charge up to twice their regular ad- patrol. 8 Lemon Bay American
rates for space In a special edition such as this we are NOT Ing this afternoon at 2:30 o'clockin p.m.
tint .
more I II Lieutenant Britt told Chief Pes- Legion post meets, Community
r"n this "Progress Edition" bausee want
the Woman's Clubhouse In Englewood I
I etcour'aee get ( as complete a representation as possible. Thus you I totnlk he has assigned State Hall, Englewood.
ds Of a big "bonus circulation" and your ad will be seen by thous-I with Mrs William Jonas I Highway Patrolman MacRae Tuesday, October 21

trill have people who do not ordinarily read The Oondoller. Too, your president, presiding. I Walling to Venice district. Wall- 2 pm. St. Mark's Guild meets

p the "Progress a much Edition"longer "lUe" than usual, for many .eople! will for I The guest speaker will be Mrs. Ing, his wife and their six- In rectory of St. Mark's Episco-
lure for a "souvenir" of Venice and
PI.reference. I Brown of Sarasota, a representative months-old baby are due to arrive pal Church
here within two three 8 city council meets, City
DR aAfEThPhone us at 3131 right now and reserve space for of the American Red Cross. or pin
*P re !? can arrange to pick up the copy or help you I days. He has been working out of Hall. _
' how BniTk ad. But we must know by. 5 p.m. ned Monday. October I Her topic will be, "Home Nurs- the Fort Myers of flee. They will Thursday October 23

Than ts w space 3 to allow for ads. ing." reside at the Valencia Apart- I 6:30 p.m., Lions Club meets
for JOUr co-operation. j
- -C.H.W. Refreshments will be served. mejits. Tarpon: Center Restaurant.

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VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, October .
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".,.f'4H4-,,#### BAPTISTSContinued -
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Ve-No-Hi ( from Page One)
(Continued from Page One) J. I Anderson, Bradenton; C. H. Bills,, I' iP
TALK AT SCHOOL School Notes '
Inantly Jersey and bouts th Sarasota; W. T. Harrison Palm- Ir4KITCHEN

Captain Ray Parker, U. S. only registered Jersey bull In Sarasota ettto;
said, School, L. R. Baird
Army Air Forces, who has Just County Edmondson SENIORSThe Sunday
joined his wife In Venice after also pointing out that In the herd class of Ve-No-Hi Sarasota; Rev. C. C. Kiser Palmetto
of the highest Index ; John Vlresenga. Balm;
two years' service In Germany too is one officers for the
will give a talk today to students Brown Swiss bulls in the entire I announces their Training Union W. W. White,
of the Venice-Nokomis School South. year as follows: Bettye vice- Bradenton; R. E Mayhue, Mana-

discussing German schools and Edmondson plans to remodelthe president: Andy Malanca tee; C. P. Tyler, Balm.
Boldt. secre-
and Next Years MeetingThe
International affairs. house on the property
Elected to the
Mr -treasurer
been here permanent! HIs next assoclatlonal meetingwill
Captain Paiker has assigned reside Zeig
council :
student were
to Mrs Ed-; be held at the First Baptist
to Chanute Field III. and I family, in addition and Jackie Boldt. Members of
he and his family will leave for mondson. consists M a daughter Roland Church of Bradenton on October
the North next week. Mrs. Parker I Elizabeth. IS and see h1ns. the color Fuard are: 20-21, 1948. The Rev. Kiser will

has been manager of the Hollywood I John. 15: TTUW.M :* a StftwnUnHer Franklin and Raymond school Edge. colors be the preacher of the annual ser
In -
CfcwjfWilliam Selling of pencils with the Rev. J. W. Hintonof CABINETS
Apartments here during ' freshman: And mon ,
In the first
Kill bring
the pan year. JO maiurdir: .. K.r.f Osprey serving as alternate.The We have several
--- I Point Merchant Marine Academy for cur treasury. : Rev. J. F. Miedema will be Kitchen CabInets grads'U y

FOR JOB PRINTING. Including ---- -Marilyn Mikesell I the preacher of the missionary porcelain top end all art Jun 4
letterheads, envelopes state- I Aidubon oars studied bird life -0- sermon, with the Rev. Crowell as Ished In black and white
merits or business stop in I I &PORTSThe alternate.At .
at The Gondolier r es31 West'' at the site of what is nett Tomo- big news of the week con
this meetingthe Rev.
Venice avenue, or phone 3131. ka State Park. cerned additional equipment.
Crawford preached the missionary
I Iij Monday marked the arrival of a sermon, during yesterday's morning .

Children' 50-foot building section which session.
i FOR will be shared between the tech Mrs. George Hauser of Venice,
Art Workshop :training shop and the Athletic
FINE on Wednesday, gave the report of
:: i 309 Pedro Street Department. The new building the Committee on Women's Mis-

-'l WORK OPENSSATt'RDY fell) make possible the orderly sionary Union. The Rev J. H.

I \\ MORNING ,'storing of equipment, which was Johnson, formerly pastor of the .

Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.satul'diitch OCTOBER 25 not previously possible. It will Osprey Baptist Church led the

a.m. to 9 p.m. 9:30: 11:30 also serve as a dressing room during devotional at yesterday's morning .
basketball games. The finish- session.
For Information Call Ing of the building will be car

Barber Shop Virginia Dow ling Patton ried on by Mr. Wilkinson's tech omore team composed of Sadie CHROMIUM

132 W. Venice A\e. Venire 3423 training class. Futch. Patsy Gault Joan Cole, DINETTE SETS

I -- I Martha Taylor, Dorothy Kelley,
I444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444JThe To Mr, Perry Hayes goes the Nadine Hayes Mary Simms and (Table and Fcur Chain)

4 credit, along with Mr. Henry, for Juanita Turner. took advantageof Leatherette Scat and Bittl
WORTHINGTON : starting the initial work on the the winning toss and a favorable Assorted colors. Tables !tar

10 outdoor basketball court. Mr. wind to gain 28-5 and 31-2 Porcelain or Ma onlte Topty.

j ADJACENT TO On COUNTRY The Tamlami CLUB I Trail& GOLF COURSE : I Hayes, who Is supervising the: victories In the first and third

CONVENIENT TO BEACH 4 j work, directed the clearing of the games, while losing the second
; NOW BOOKING RESERVATIONS FOR SEASON 1947-4J t area on which the court will be1 I 15-mlnute session, 11-14.

-- -0----- 4 ,! located and also an adequate area j The Senior team, composed of
Steam Heated.
Fully Equipped Housekeeping Apartments '
4 surrounding, so that bleachers Jackie
Bettye Zeigler Mar
Accomodatlng Two to Four Persons and 4
V Two Beautiful Gardens for Rest and Relaxation : can eventually be erected j ilyn Mlkesell. Gladys Bean Gloria .,
; Rates For Season ''October to April S800 to $1800 4 : Plans for the new court call for'' Bedard. Virginia Bowden, Yolonda

WORTHINGTON HOTEL & APARTMENTS: : It to be 50 by 84 feet with a five- j Briley and Maxine Halverson had
; GEORGE H. READ Mgr. 4 ( foot apron around the entire j previously downed the Juniors
1 .... .....a.s....riras tita a 1ts .is aaa a..as. area The finish will be of asphalt and one section of the Ninth
which will make a very fast play. Grade team, while the Sopho-
Ing surface. It Is expected that the mores had defeated the other sec

;I court will be finished In time to tion of the Ninth Grade squad to
IN A -* !start practice' on November 1. enter the finals. I

I ---0- -"- BABY BUGGIESWe

IIURRI'Phone I Raymond Edge has taken over Doug Murdock and Glen Stephens
control of the horseshoe pits and under the direction of Mr. now have a compel
3461If has line of Bats Bugnes IIII!
[ organized a tournament Wilkinson, have completed a pair I
( among the Senior Hi boys, with of goal posts which will be used Walkers.

No Answer, Call 2955 ,124 entries In the singles and dou- during physical education for

':bles. football, soccer and speedball.One .
I Webb Chenault and Joe Bior- ---0-
seth are the first of the Iron tos- more volley ball and two
t' DRIVE CARS FOR RENT444tttdt444444444fdf44444444t44444444444444t4 sers to reach the semi-finals in more horseshoe courts are needed -

the Senior tourney. Two more which will bring the total of
finalists will be determined when 'each to four. Equipment has been I..

Eddie Keys meets Ronald Smith requested for these additional activities
I and Ralph Adrian takes on John I' from the county office and

I Matthews Biorseth defeated Raymond :should be available soon.
smitty'stavern Edge and James Franklin -Coach Charles Gadd
i to gain the semi-finals. Chenault

; defeated Doug Murdock and Andy AFTER YOU HAVE


I i The Sophomores defeated the WHY NOT MAIL IT BABY BEDSNew
Seniors In a two out of three
series -
j to claim the Girls Senior Vol- TO SOME FRIENDUP Shipment of Baby fc*|
125 South ley ball NORTH? and Mattresses just real!.
Tamlami Trail Venice championship The Soph- All sizes,

Delicious Sandwiches...When You Are Hungry 2r e+x.4444144444444444444444444' # 4." '

i "The Bright Spot on the Trail"PACKAGE t.. JOSSART KINCAID KITCHEN STOOLSWood

4 4 Dependable Plumbing

Contracting Repairing or Chrom

i Full Line Fixtures ium. Leatherette
and Materials
r seats.
I DEPARTMENT Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings

i Bargain Price On Rum 4 I 323 West Venice Avenue Post Office Venice Box, Florida 134 LADDrtSTOOLS

..,.. ...Across....the...street.>> from""" the Gulf Theatre HandY. r 1oaIng.
Boca Chica H"Z # # #>> .
$2.89 fifth ?S71irJrF'm rn 7rit Rtr.rn..rnn,. 111111111
ky, --r- + -+ ._ ; IIC7lICrJ7pIlCJf't co mblr.atio'lladders

I WindwardRiondo I A Priviett: to Live In Florid. tJl stools ar

$32.50 case A Distinction lo Live in'V.nic. KINGFurniture


TAVERN CLUB . $3.65 fifth Roller % ) "We Feather Your IoIl1l"Ned
q I Where the T.mi.nll Trail. Mists the Open Gulf PUNTA CORDA
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.bT dgebool 'Youth 'Veek' to

[iris Due Here .Observed at

MethodistChurch 1ft
( January AnnouncementTo '

Word was received this week "Youth Week" will be observed
m Mr. Annett Rutter In Cam- at the Venice-Nokomls Methodist
| 001 I unit of Cambridge Venice evening meetings featuring ser- Our Customers in
jool has been disbanded for mons by the Rev. Joe A. Tolle, t
year because of grave ands First Methodist Church, Braden- Venice Nokomis Englewood Laurel Osprey s
gent responsibilities in the ton, and the Rev Jack A. Davis,
rth"Inowever First Methodist Chu.ch, Sara-
Mrs. Rutter advisesat
l' a group of girls of the pre- solaThe Rev George L. Harper, NOKOMIS DAIRY, formerly owned by Mr. G. A. Williams, has been

Irttory and Junior college see- pastor of the local church said purchased by G. M. Edmondson, Jr., and will be operated as
Lns of the Cambridge Graduate the week activities will begin at
Ihool, accompanied by two staff 7:30: p.m. Monday with a sub-district r
sabers. will come to Venice forE meeting at the Manatee NOKOMIS FARMS !
period January through mid- Methodist Church.

kreh. On Tuesday, Wednesday and '
.' at Thursday, the meetings at the In order to insure our customers of a constant supply and variety of

as Venice-Nokomis Methodist Quality Milk and Dairy Products all times have 1 ,
Church will operate on the following we completed an ?.

schedule: 6:30 to 7:IS arrangement with the Land 0' Sun Dairy of Sarasota, whereby they
p.m., supper, served by Woman'sSociety
circles; 7:15: to 8 p.m., Intermediate will process for us the milk that we will continue to produce at
and Young People's
Nokomis Farms.
classes; 8 to BU: p.m.. recreation
folk games songs, etc): 843: to I
1 9:30 p.m.. worship, with the Rev Regular home delivery in this area will be maintained by
LAY-AWAY PLAN Joe Tolle leading.
With the Rev. Davis leading

Christmas Is only a the Friday evening program will Our complete line of Land 0' Sun Dairy Products will includeIce >
little more than two Include a semi-formal banquet

'month* away. Why songs, and special events. Cream Grade A Pasteurized Milk Homogenized Vitamin ',,'
Sunday, at 5:30: p.m., followinga ]
not come In now and songfest and refreshment period "D" Milk Chocolate Milk Buttermilk Coffee and
'choose a gift for that -\ '
a dedication and installation
Whipping Cream and
Sour Cream.
special someone? A service will be held.
small deposit will hold All young people of the community -
any article for you regardless of church affil- We will at all times maintain the Quality of Product and Service to
iation, are Invited to attend the
until Christmas "Youth Week" meetings. our customers established by Mr. Williams.

JEWELERS Tide TablesVENICE Your Continued Patronage Will Be Appreciated. ;
Post Office Arcade M"I-h Law .
FrI.. Oi-t IT 1:12 p m. 7:II "m. '
Sit. On ID I 1:44 a mSun 0:42 a m. NOKOMIS FARMS [
rar-'"' xi vZ on 10 J II am. '.:OS 1m. I
Mon. Del 21 2.40 a m. 1\:5ft am '
TIM., (Vt. II A:A7 mWH 12:52"m
., ,Ocl It 4,11 I m. .9:09.. I pm.. Phone Venice 2371 G. M. Edmondson Jr. ;J
Than Ort 2S a:40 1m. : I'm.In ,
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Bar Pol.t Nok.1IIIo

= Goorra L, Harper,
-- 10 a.m, Sundef ae hooe.kinky
--r- 11 a.m Mor.lnI
or hi
,1:100; .:: Et Youth eniny Felln..htp.en ';,
Wednesday, r:2, '
"I do not agree with a word You say, but I will defend prayer and 'on son ire p.tfi., 1111

with my life your right to lay itVOLTAIREPublished 10 a.m.E8 'd: o School Services.
L.mpp, sup'L
very Friday. Editorial and business offic., 313 Wes I p.m. Church toiler 1 .

Venice Avenue Venice. Florida P. O Boa 632. Phone Venice 3131. liII;)II)iHiflt! ) IJt FIRST BAPTIST- -

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Entered at iccond-claii matter June 6, 1948, at the pail office IIII D. Campbell l ..lord, Put,
10 a.m. Bible Cla .
at Venice Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. 11 ..m. Mo.nl. ,tier.
.:.0 p.m. B.Y P.U
Subscription rates On year, $2.50; six month, $1.SO) three f 7:50 p.m. Even,. Kt Its

month, 75c. Classified advertising rata 2 cent per word, first 20 I qjt pray.Wednesday. aernct, n pm; kid., "HI

words; I cent per word for each additional word.CAKJtOLL -

II UILLUMSHfXfcN : Editor and Publisher I Rev. J. W. Minion Put',

: WILLIAMS Office Manager 10m.. Sundae fehool
HOWARD BRILEY Shop ForemanMULLIGAN 00Q doming services 0 .m. U\,\i1
Evening wervic.iC I......,, t :J:
prayer meeting,


I \ t by C.II.W.l Riviera. St.CHURCH and reforms FlittDr
Leonard W. S. Stnkit,
Print In ChirreIl4i .
a.m. Sunday .hool..
-- M 11 s..... Morning ....,....
Ever!: wonder how a 'brightJdca' ed that line for 50 years the last

is born? ,130 in Washington D. C., and that .... '=1kEI2E" NO DOuBT/oBLIT:: IT, MBSBEMXCVCUfZ I /-
Of course the new feature --. 'his nan who returned North last MUSBAMD IS; SUFFEOlNGrFraOMAN INFEaoBTYl 1 Venice Avmut

"Among Our New Subscribers" week is in the Insurance business. COMPLEX'. Raw. C. D Jn '..., TIIIHIt ,
We-lc Martin this week may not So that was that-.just one of many a.m. Sunday II.hou..
turn out to be such a "bright" Incidents In the life of an editor. II a.m. Preaching

one but 'e think you'II like It. x-x-x-x 't t 111 t I t.g 1 t I f.NI f i N-'dNNItf1I f N t i1 Nit f 1 f.. Thundey 1 SO p.m. f.l t ID And we think maybe It might be Three or four 'hours later, with Service.

interesting to tell Just how the paper off the press. we dropped AMONG OUR Friday, 7- p.m., benefit lupnr
come" it was launched. the usual "first Installment"
I -vl
xxxx I of 100 copies off at The Rexall VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ru ht tang smack /In tae; middleof I[Store and lingered a moment to NEW SUBSCRIBERSIntending Pleases at Tempi AimaiVenice

our press day" two weeks ago. "talk polities' with Co-Owner
K an elderly! gentleman accompanied Louis J. Pannas >>.. Rev. C. L. LMindii r..lt ,

by a younger man came into the During-;; conversation Louie ..... Mail.rATEMENT .
office of The Gondolier. The older happened to remark that he to vacation in Venice for only one week last August

' man a,kid ice "the editor" and thought city officials are really Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Dolson formerly of Cleveland, found them- OF THE OWNERSDMANAGEMENT
MJI. W. rather reluctantly
summoned the community "ambassadors"to
' l.s from out back. the outside world and that selves buying a house here on the fourth day of their stay I ETC., REQUIRED,: BTHE CIRCUATO:ACT Of

i There were several reasons many people would form their Coming into The Gondolier office CONGRESS OF AlU'SI 21, lilt II

for brr hesitance In calling us i first, and perhaps lasting. Impression "But it got me to thinking MARCH AMENDED I, 1911 BY AND THE Jl'ty ACT L !IW M
at that particular moment that of Venice from their contact now here's a man who liked us one day last week to sub Of Venice Condullrr puHi.M*

friday morninf \with a city official, especially the well enough to buy property here scribe to the paper, Mr. and Mrs at Venice Flurida. f..r Ikhfet 1,1M
for one thing, she knew we mayor Particularly importantthis and settle down, yet officially we STATE OF rLOHIDA
locked like the dickens, even was he thought. In the case Just Ignore him Doesn't seem Dolson confessed they still don'tquite COUNTY OF SARAMlTAUtfore'me. .
mole so than usual because we of a new homeowner or business
right somehow understand how ft happened ..
/ had a Notary Public !I. 4h|
worked right straight xxxxWe the state and county afon-.atdmine
through from 5:30 a.m. Thursday man."Of course," Louie observed but both of them are happyIt appeared Carroll H. W illiami= ale ..,
to 6'30 a.m. Friday slept only "it's really the Chamber of don't remembeJdeliberately did now that they're settled In In I been duly swum xronlinfpoMt 0 ill
Commerce' putting the two Incidents together do and we th.l he k lh.tImPublisher
couple of hours job but
and naturally don't
you the Venice Cn dol.r W
or devoting particular their
(by a man lights think In town this any home at 725 Oroveland
i ) hadnt even a size that that the following I., t 0 tie Per 1e
thought of shaving before going somebody say, the mayor thought to the matter. We sup avenue, In the Edgewood section. knowledge and belief i true -
to the office. could make It a point to contact pose, though, our subconsciousmind of the ownership minwnrM rime
For another must have wrestled with the To Frank Green retired rail Lion, etc, of the f"N--aid puMmmkthe '
thing. Ye Editor's a new settler and let him two incidents date shown In the .ho" npln.Rqulnd
habitual "press day" crossness Is know he's a welcome additionto during the night. road man who was The Gondolier's by the act of Auimri 21, mil
too well and sadly known by Mrs. our community At any rate. Saturday afternoon amended by the ads of Murk I, Its
W. -You somewhere along about the No. 1 subscriber really goes and July t. Ula iwtHn T. PeW
the chides even snap at yourself, To illustrate his point. Louie fifth inning of the Dodgers-Yanks the credit for this latest addition LawS and Regulation.,. printed ca ail
went on: reverse of this form to wilt I
game Jt occurred to us how little to Venice's ..dd.or*>I
Per still another she knew we "For instance growing population. I. That the names and
one recent case we know of our subscribers, especially publisher. editor, minigmg tint. W
really were busy But she called comes to mind. Some time back I the In the "Frank was our next door business manager art _
new ones.
us and "e came to the counter to early H wilts,., P. 11
l was standing/ In the doorway of Publlihtr Carroll
days of The neighbor Cleveland
Gondolier years
meet: the gentleman who turned the prescription we met ago Box 112 VeniceFlorida
out to be F L. Fisher (a friend of man department. A each one personally and usually ," Dolson explained. "We had Editor Carroll H.I .lIi..... P..0. kII
a stranger to
me cameIn
chatted a bit with each ( Venice Florida
J. Webster one as
Manning and his son the side door from the arcade made several vacation trips to I. That the owner !I. _
E we had done with *
William Mr. Fisher and ..
T. Fisher down from We exchanged glances as he Florida and, of Carroll H. Wllllnm., P lI. B* l
Washington. D. C., to visit him started learned a little bit about them at course always Venire. Florida.t. .
to go to the front of the
for a few day least what their occupation was looked Frank up whenever we That. the known 1mh.ldrrt, *
store. I suppose I smiled and said *.*."
and other furor
'I bought the Harrison place 'Hello' automatically He took or had been. But now that The happened to be near Venice. Ing smears or holding I percent nr mile II
: a
over onlilan: street last couple of steps swung around Gondolier has grown many sub amount of bond.. .............. m eat
Sprint scribers are Just a "name" to Seventh Trip securities None
he said, half-shouting us. are l
abruptly and then I sleet
came back to .pl rest
4. That the two par rr
Thinking of Mr.
to nuke himself heard over the Fisher, we .,
smiling "Last August giving the f the "' "Ibolder
met we came to Florida names
din of the press "I'\"e been buyIng "My name's V he said recalled that he had said he'd *, and security h.ild.r. It ",. se
;The Gondolier at the drug sticking out his hand '1 bought been In the telephone game for on our seventh trip. Intendingto lain not only the ll.t of fU....kt.,lmi" MMeurlty d I

tore all these weeks, but I the house and I've been 50 years. Maybe we thought, : stay only a week. We still book of holdrra the ai they but.r.slow upoll 10 0a

thought I'd) stop In and sub here three days and vnu're the others of our readers are telephone I don't know Just how It happenedbut where the stockholder company or ..."." boo
scribe. first men, too retired' or the h..,k' sf the noonsas
one who's spoken a friendly we suddenly appear upon It
decided that
of ., .
Now active And If only knew trustee or In my t tlatlon .h.
we vaguely recalled last they
word to me since I tot here. all the peen''n rI- .
the places we'd the name of
Spring sale of "the Harrison "Well It was mid-morning and Mr. Fisher' had followed that stayed In FlorIda poratlon for whom such moue l e) pow Ila
hotu'e" same line, why It lead we liked Venice the aii tore yaw
at 232 Milan avenue to there were several fellows having might to best. Well given also that the ...." ".
some man named Fisher, butwe'd them getting acquainted, to -Mr. Wlmmers reaping contain itatimriiu rmbifiantl
s coffee at the fountain so I took <( t never met him before. So we him over and introduced him all their mutual enJoYplent.Take local realtor) had the Oroveland circumstances full and endnon- under citedstockholder.
chatted a bit despite the racket around. That broke the Ice and I that man Louie had been and security hidden eM h
being made by the press and I know he's well-acquainted now talking about for Instance. Now avenue house'for sale, we liked It, not appear upon the b. .b....or.,tM d -aepaily
learned he Is a retired telephone and no longer feels himself a If somebody had known his line and so we bought It." tloo In AI ate._., hold othr..t.than that fl'
company engineer, having! follow lonely stranger of work or his home town or and this olll..t 4550PrA
In a strange town. Dolson a railroad man himself bona fide owners I .... .
something like that. whY their reason 10 boll_ th.t
common Interest might have before becoming a heating and association. or corporal anehis toy :=:
caused them to look him up ventilating engineer :wIth the eat direct or indirectbond.otherseeurities In then II 0 mead

they'd have become acquainted-I Cleveland public school system, by him. ..
Why Not Vacation why sure, the thing has possibilities retired this i. That the avenge ":''mb'77 i ,
I year after 24 years In of each baa of this publicans"
that through the ejCARROLL
job. Aunt
But how could people get to distributed.pid .uboe.I"'" the able
know things like that? We could He and Mrs. Dolson, after purchasing months preceding the due 'hove

Early This Winter? n't possibly write a "story" about their Oroveland avenue I. 4St. H. WILliAM
everyone Individually. Where ...Puileds
home last iii
August, went back M
to Worth
would you start, anyway? And sports to and luWrihod
some people might not care to Cleveland to sell their home there day of October STANLEY 1047.P. RlrHA'

have their privacy "Invaded so and Just recently returned to Ven- (SEALS Notary Public St.te 't : a
to speak although most of them ice for good. Large (My commfailon expire
would not object to such public.Ity. 160)

here' cows the

TILL DECEMBER 1 Why not it occurred to us. start

a new feature? Run something VENICE GONDOLIER,

like a miniature "Who's Who" P. 0. Box 632,
biography about those subscribers
each week new or renewed, who

wouldn't background mind information furnishing? a little Please send me THE VENICE GONDOLIER for one

EL PATIO HOTEL would Such unearth a feature interesting undoubtedly but unsuspected rear ($2.50) _......_........., six months ($1.50) .........--"..

225 perhaps even facts some about of their people closest that tr three months ((75c) ?...?.._._..-<-
W. Venice Ave.
Phone 3572 friends didn't know. (All subscriptions due to
And It might must be paid In advance
serve as a medium of bringing postal regulations

JAMES M. McCLURE people with common Interests or

Owner THELMA Manager H. TRESHER backgrounds Well that's together.how "Among Our Name .................._._.......__..__..._..__................--

New Subscribers" was born.
yoU like It. Address .??.?.._...._....._____..__.._...........---


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17, 1947
October VENICE GONDOLIER hp nits

II Starts 102nd Venice Bay Trailer Funeral Held for HIGH SCHOOL BOWLERS TRIM

ear With 295 Park Not Sold Wade H. LamppWith ADORJAN TRUCKING TEAM

Despite published reports to the Y
lets Enrolled contrary H P. and Ruth Kuy-. the Rev George L Harper Inadvertent destruction of last Monday night's bowling farrU

activities kendall, owners, yesterday declar. officiating, graveside rites were at the Bowlakade prevented Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan, men's bovtinff
heduled to transfer the ed they have NOT sold the Ven held last Saturday afternoon at league secretary, from compiling a complete list of correct IndiridW

Venice Military January ice Bay Trailer Park. the Englewood Cemetery for averages In time for today Gondolier

lucky Institute has They announce they plan te( Wade Hampton Lampp, 70, former However, Mrs Adorjan Is obtaining I I, I

ed its 102nd year at Lyndon 295 continue personal management Nokomis and Englewood resi- scores from captains of had to spot the Truckers S* pta i
with an enrollment of and development of the trailer dent who died at his Fort Myers the four teams that bowled Mon- each game they captured to of

rti and several additions to "a :park, which lies on the Tamlaml home early last Friday morning. day night R. and R., Venice the three games, Glenn Stephens.

m and military staff. It Trail between Venice and Noko- Music during the funeral service Furniture, Venice Laundry and 1 with a sizzling 2U, and BumU

learned here this week with mis was provided by the Misses Jackie Venice Food and: will have the Smith ,with a fine 209, paced the
arrival ol the first issues ol Boldt and Bettye Zeigler, correct team averages In time for high bchool squad to victor)

school weeklY. the "Kayemeye VISIT POSTPONED Despite his advanced age, Mr. posting before next week's league I Stephens rolled six straight: strikesdining

,edited this year by Cadetsley Edward Stanley, trial examm-i, Lampp served as a merchant sea games his game.

, and Hanshawhe for the' Safety Division of the man during the recent World Consequently, averages shown I Highest game rolled during live!

KMI football team also hasten State Motor Vehicle Department, War, making a total of 11 trips for members of the four teams week's play was the 236 dawdler I.

off to a good start andes who was scheduled to be In VenIce during his war-time service He mentioned above are shown as turned In Wednesday night by

promise of being one of the last Wednesday afternoon, has: was a seaman and boat builder they were the week before, Corrected Paul Nave of Earl's. He matted

t squads in the schools his- postponed his visit to next Wed for many yearsSurvivors averages will be publishednext every frame and made fire f. .1

'" It had won three straight nesday, October 22, He will be at Include three brothers week straight strikes. I"I

m at last reportPowerhouse the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Wilbur A., Jesse T., and Stan- Outstanding event of the past i I '''!

Team Commerce office from 3 to 4 p.m. ley Lampp; a half-brother, Syl- week's play] was the High School I For quick results, use a GONDOLIER \ I

rst victory came over Anch to conduct hearings under the vester Kelly; two sons Alvin and defeat Wednesday night of the Classified Ad.

,e High School, by a score ol new state auto owners' responsibility Ray Lampp; two daughters, Mrs league-leading Adoijan Trucking :I

to 13. In its second game it law which he will be glad Irma Boyett and Mrs. Iris Flam- team. VeniceRADIO hs

loped Jefferson 30 to 0 andn to explain to anyone desiring Information Ing, and five grandchildren Although the Ve-No-Hi lads SERVICE 1 1MIIl.FRN ; 4

turned In an even more con- concerning the statute, TEST EIIl'lr'llllllI1'' :
performance the following which became effective October 1. '} /.

cling k by trouncing the Lafayette ---.-- CLASSIFIEDADS Venice Bow lakadeMen'

orals of Lexington Ky. 44 to SON ARRIVES l League
Bob Ray Is captain of the Kay- Venice and Nokomis friends of: 5 Ij'
Lieut and Mrs. James King I'f l ((2. a word first 20 word., le each. .
team. .dd.tlon.1 wod. Minimum .h." ,
Annapolis, Md., learned this ve4 26., (uh with Ad. special rule!
01. C. B. Richmond, president for more than on. insertion 01 the ,
that a son, James Robin, had STANDINGSW
.d. Ada will b. ccrptrd
the school, arranged this year'solasUc .sine over L Pins
been born to them October 8. So' II. tckphone (3131) up la S p.m, HOME RADIO KcPAIRSmrr
schedule, assisted bj Thur.de.yy with Ih. understanding AdorJan's Trucking 7 2 6403 FsriMATr*
of Mr. and Mrs Paul King of Nokomis -
.d.ptI.or will remit payment PHONE {ftg
C. E. Hodgin and Captain 6 3 6438
jot Lieutenant King is an Instructor pomptly., Venice Food 251 W. V.nlre Av. V_ .
E Pace. Earls .. . 5 4 6612 I I444444444444d4444
at the United States Naval
Additions R"&R, ...... .. 5 4 6325 f4'IJd 4
Academy. FOR SALE
Military( department additions :I High School .. .. 4 5 6753 Business '
Lt.-Colonel of
ounced are European Theatre Operations 11'a\ Venice Laundry 4

xbard, replacing Lt.ColonelE. New instructors in the English WHO ( mill New Smlttys...... ... 2 7 6170 ti AND
., __ _
"Platform I R 'k 'r 112 1
!.Dooley who has retired from department are Captain Willlarr W. 7.50 Niw Venice Furniture. .. 2 7 5533 ProfessionalS
__ .
R. P, Louisville, and Cap. Dinette Suite 112 SOW all
service, and Captain I' Peak of Ky. I 'a. If 611 NiwMr. Week's Results
'ans, who succeeds Major R. E tain Robert Ingles of Kokomo, ., H"Inn I. Ih"ne I'll Monday, October 13, Venice Directory

WWII, who Is now stationed altstoan Ind. Captain Peak served with I --r w.WAR-KII: >lm: KOOI, with mat.i Food defeated Venice Laundry 1J.Na Y1J J 2rlllNNMtNeh .
the recen i I tr"" .. (ilrl'. .,..1, Olaf !. Plume 1458. f.l 't.r
t Penn the Marines during 3-0; R. & R. Spoiling Goods de-

Both officers are natives of I war. while Captain Ingles Is a THREE: t'RIJIAllltM.- Uo"d, but In. feated Venice Furniture 2-1. Wed- ALTERATIONS tt
1..1 r"nfitl"n. Phone 521,4. Park T.'"
ntucky and served with dls- Navy veteran. rare Apartmenta.aNOON nesday, October 15, High School ADDITIONS & REPMIM a f y

Won In World War' II In the \ wcLt. F'l'RAISHFD: Htlt't4E defeated Adorjan Trucking 2-1; .l Carpentry Work
_. In earrlhMs I ronduion. I..re. landscaped Earl's Pure Oil defeated Smitty's W II BEAR i
turner 144. First h"u.e ton Mrtle avenue Phone 2521 j,
To I' In Mu.ad., 1I""n fur .riltgt guinaNorth. 21. .
It Pays Play. I liln" M.I.n., u_n.r. --
FOR YOUR FISHING ANT r CHICKENS HUCKS. Turkrv.1".,. i Kuykendall, Venice Laundry 171 Frank Coffman
I and K W.il.. M".l .II!! this wwk. IM'yI
I have Several Build- SPORTING NEEDS MrN '11. "i'hune 26 Jl. Oakley, Venice Laundry ... 170 GENERAL CONTRACTOR 1
ngs at Venice Air Base I SEE t'S FIRST I HONEY: 1\TII"l'TOII: procewine ,.nk, 1 Nave, Earl .. .. .. ... 168 l
I R & R tram uncapping" knife and boufo'r. Nom''roll. Jossart Venice Laundry 164 Telephone
"h'r I.w e.lutpmrnt Chap
hich were slightly darned quirk .. .. Cull ('I.'n,... H."kino. 1'h.>nS 0, Burkett, Adorjan 162 Sarasota 69397ROOFING i
.r...,,. 6"437. ('"r. lion 11.11,1.\ and*
b) the recent hur- SPORTING GOODS Hi.ll Av. Stevens High School .. .. 161 r
II.II.I" Williams Venice Food. .. 160
icane: Th Florida p.'I.m.n' OPPOR-TLNITIES!
Opp. \.lirt Nokomli Bank BUSINESS Wheeler, Earl's .. .. .... .... .. 159 Roof Work of All KfndsAL'IN
These buildings willhare Phone 3132 FOR SALE: _. t'ully.ul"I"d| | modern Curwood, SmItty's ...... on. 153J I "
*,.ul>r .h.,.. Might l Ir-.. ti right party P. JONES"
to le dismantled atthe aim ll...uly Shop, P. o. flux 1, Venue, C Biorseth, High School. 153 Phone 2981

base and each contains t'la. Keys High School ....... 150 }
from BUSINESS PERSONALS Brobst, Venice Furniture 149
10,000 to 20-
DependableService Richardson, R. & R. .. ..... .. 149 .
of good season- pumping, ..,,,".m.nl. Reao.ahle rat,. Adorjan, AdorJan's ... .. .. 148
eJ lumber Karl: L;ttrdl hone 4"1 at jrt.6HOMr" WOMENBOWLERS
Smith, High School . 148
I will make a good LAUNDRY SERVICE IwnonHPirvl.l Koogler AdorJan's .. ... ...... .... 148
WE SPECIALIZE IN n irf ill wirk Rough dry only
price on these to get them Phone M2 Mri CnllllM Venice By.Wa Brohard, Smitty's ... on ... ... 145 !
loved) Chrysler DRESSMAKING, Attmilli.. ButUn.h Perlick. Smitty's ... .......... 15 I ,
immediately.P. M. Hn Scwmil Mro. T. r:. DindridwU4 Hanchey Venice Laundry. 144I. I J..
fr"veland Av"
NOKOMISGARAGE V Biorseth, R. & R. ...... 143
L. Haynes sewing GENERAL machines REPAIR, ate vw_ Lawn..a.hln mowers. MR.'hinw. .. Nelson Venice Food ... ... .. 142
rtr Saws ihiriK'tiiil C. A.. Lamb Weltz, Venice Food ........ 141 A meeting to discussthe
lust off Trail. n..r Snug HarbrII P. O.
"x I6T. L.ur..1. Dietrich R. & R ... ... ... 141 Nt'W Women's Bowhat
VENICE ARMY: BASE GEORGE T DEVLIN DRIVEWAYS- --rUT-- IN.-Muck---fill-dirt, Jones, Venice Food ......... .. 140 I League will be held at

2581 ihill Concrete work of III Hindi with Mack R. & R. ... ....... ...... ... 139Lewelln '
Phone iilxrr Louis AJorjan Phone 1412 S pm
- -----. -- -- : R. & R .. .. .......... .. 138
FOR RENT Leger, Earl's ..... ...... ... 138 Venice\ Bay Trailer Park

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY RrDROOM In private h"me. Finale J, Burkett. Adorjan's ..... 137 MONDAY, OCTOBER 2. ;
FOR ACCOMMODATIONS AT ntrinrr Irw.. runiwrtlM Double hath bed Innrnprlnf Mlddl..ed mat-or Adrian, High School .. .. 130

elderly simple pn-f.rred No peu 121 Fenton. Earls .. .. ......... 135 YOU'RE INVITED
THE INN Hu II, V.nlcI '
COPPER KETTLE ( \'(land av.nu P. O. % '
I hint 2614.ULTRA Raeburn Smittys 135

Venice Florida MODERN ArARTMF.NT. Two Archer Venice Food .. 134 VENICEBOWLAKADE
hlorko to salt. Phone 2114. Earl), Earls ... ... .. 133

SP wIoui Living and Sun Rooms Private Swimming Pool --- -- -- -- Ray Langlerl V Furniture 120'' And Grill

Ping Pong Table Badminton Courts YOU HAD Hemphill, Venice Furniture 120 II
Large Grounds Parking Spare WISH McCracken, Adorjan 119 245 West Venice Ave.

For further Information and rates Write MRS R. A BALDWIN Haines Venice Furniture 1181 Phon. 2661

nlll l Ortober 22 318 S, Higby, Jackson Mich 50' x 159' Building! Lots Ralph Langleri. V Furniture 105

_After October 24 519 Harbor Drive Venice Florida O'o\'eland Avenue Grove, Smitty's 100 '

I $200.00 Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet?

pi% I Paved Electricity: Water. YOU THIS PLANE THAT l
50 Pretty hairdo to collect Fee Simple: Deed ALMOST FLIES ITSELF
behind back. A deep-waved swirl
your AbstractIf
ring of curl Purchaser: to pay PASSENGER HOPS $1.50 t
flattering AIR
ending in a abstract de'lred SEE VENICE FROM THE -

Phone 2811 today for an appointment. Government-Approved School Continuous Enrollment


I p.O Box 291VENICE
P 0. Box 2349SARASOTA
I REALTOR F. O. Joyner Venice 2551 E. T. Denham Sarasota iSM

223 W. Miami Ave. Phone 2811 I VENICE FLORIDA t


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PM BiZ October ,' ,

( from Page One) WAYS ANNOUNCEDOpening
VenicePlumbing TUtsDAYAFI1RN
then read 48 hours later.A .
Shop of the Wast Coast Ma- From now 1
negative test is one which on St. Mk
rine Ways Inc., located on the "
Box 14, Vtnic. Phon. 2153 shows no redness and It means meet every TuesdaJ
that that person has not been ex- Inland Waterway opposite the In the rectory of St. Mvk.J

posed to tuberculosis. A positivetest Venice Florida East Coast Fisheries dock and 150 copal Church In Preplra J
Is one which turns the skin feet south of the South Treasure the Guild's
What red and means that the person Editor Island bridge, was announced this Christmas (Its,
Venice Gondolier.. ladles of the
GOES INTO APRESCRIPTION has had tuberculosis at some time week. parish are (twit,,
It with some surprise thatwe attend.
? !I during the past. It does not mean learned was that the Sarasota The new establishment will Tea will be server ,.:
that the person tested now has Health Department has carry a complete line of paints, o'clock:
active tuberculosis he said. no County adequate tuberculosis control marine hardware and boat supplies Dr. Leonard W. S, 5

Need Parents' Consent program for the public schools. W. H. Hoadley Is president Priest In charge ol et 1411t'1
=r jrl We hope to be able to test Dr. Wright the county health of the firm and Henry Cogert Is due to arrive in Venice about
every child in school this fall but commissioner Informed the P.- vice-president. vember 1.I .

must have the consent of the I .......... .. _
," T.A. in Venice-Nokomis High "T--------------------" --- ___t:_#_".______......
narpnU before we can do so that
School last Tuesday evening
I said Dr, Wright. "Those children I physical ch ck-ups will be given I ANNIVERSARY

who have a positive test will be I this year on grade levels 1, 3. 5,
given an opportunity to have a and 7.The. .
chest X-Ray later on." | only non-compulsory item I SALE

The results of all "patch tests" Ion the check-up Is the tuberculosis -
will be reported to the parents "patch test." The officials do
when they are read. I not wish to 'antagonize" the 1 f ALPHA MUSIC SHOP

parents; therefore one of the I VENICE.arrr..rriarrrr.rr.r..rt.r.arrtr.ri.
,most widespread and dreaded J......
City Council I 'IftjI
diseases in the county is left vir-

ingredIents )our doctor I, iContinued from Page One tually unchecked In this com- I
THE ,. I ijear councllmanlc opening thus munity.
ol course; but @Iso I
!I leaving that field epen to Wolf I This half-way control measure
here the scientific knowledge
goes I I and General Miller and any oth- loses completely Its efficacy NOKOMISGROCERY
and skill ol experience, ol leI's i who may decide to Join in the''i Thus It Is possible for a healthy
our expert pharmacisli. Thit'i race I child to come into close contact
thy )or ni) bring prescription | City Attorney M A. Biaswoll throughout the school year with
lo ul with cnnfidcnc. : has pointed out that if there Is one suffering from active tuber- I
more than one \acancy on the culosis.
I council candidates must file fora One wonders if the appalling
The Recall
f particular office To be elected. rejection rate of potential Induc-
'''...rrlplln fp.o.ll.l." a candidate must obtain a maJor- tees of World War II might be
rt"T mitK ARCADE I ity of the votes cast else a runoff traceable to the Inadequacy of a Phone 3681
1'1101111; gut E'I'CE election would be necessary. public health program during the ,
( s, I children's earlier years. I These Prices Good Friday and Saturday, Oct 17-111
: Let us hope that all parents will |i
Announcing the Opening of i insist that their children take ad-
vantage of the tuberculosis "patchtest DREFT. . . . . . 27c.
," thus screening out Infec-
tious cases far further treatment.
On Inland Waterway I tious cases for further treatment. COFFEE . . . . . . Ib 45c |
I Helen Wilson VacheresseChildren's

\\' I RICE .,. . . . . 21b. pkg. 39t
e Carry A Complete Line of Art

Paint, Marine Hardware and Boat Supplies CALRICH No I Cut
Workshop to Be TOMATO JUICE . . . . 3 for 3&SCOTTISSUE
Venice 2066 Sarasota 69-924
Started HereA . . 2 rolls 19c

10-weeks' "children's art 46-OZ. CANGRAPEFRUIT
work shop" will be launched Saturday -
October 25, by Virginia JUICE . . . . 17c

Dowling Patton well-known art GOOD TASTE GREEN AND WHITE V. t fan

Tarpon Center teacher, at her home 309 Pedro LIMA BEANS . . for 37c

street.Featuring sketching and craft' I MORTON'S 'S LT'' : : : i : 1 13c
REST work the course will be held from .
A lJRA T and BAR
9:30 to II:30 o'clock on Saturday CAMPBELL'S:
mornings. There will be limited
enrollment of children from a 8 to TOMATO SOUP . . . . 2 for 19tMISSELMAVS

16 years of age. 1.lb.ll11

I Mrs. Patton Is a graduate of APPLESAUCE . . . . . 2 for 33cKISGAS'S
the Massachusetts School of Art
Dance to the Music of
and has taken courses at Florida CORNED BEEF

I State College for Women and the HASH . . . . . llb.Can25c |
II University of Maine. She also en-

I Chet Bundy gaged In university extension APPLE JUICE . . 1 Iqt.l5c
work, both as a student and -
, teacher In Boston. More recent JEWEL

Iy, she has been an art teacher in SHORTENING Ib. Pkg. $125
And . . 4
His Orchestra the Fort Lauderdale and Miami

Although primarily a study 10 lb. 35c I CELERY . II' lOe

Saturday Night Dance Adm. 50c group girls "naturally Mrs. Rutter plan to wrote make the the BANANAS 3'lb.. 29c CARROTS 2 _bun 25c |

gulf most:waters of the of sunshine Venice."and warm ROME BEAUTY APPLES . . : 2 Ibs. 23c |

Dinner Dancing CocktailsOn C. Harold Bates returned to MEAT DEPARTMENTHENS
Englewood last week from
nry.con- OLEO

the Water Front at Venice Inlet siderable his new equipment for use DRESSED AND DRAWN Nt'COA OR r.\RK.\1'
i Iin land-clearing business Including -
new tractors, new discs 59C Ib. 3k
I and new side Blows. Bates Is now ..-
engaged In clearing some of his ROLL BUTTER CHUCK ROAST

Clus. & Mary Macatee Buddy Rin o : property on the Englewood road 1 .Lb. WESTERN BEEF
three miles south of Its
:'Junction with U. S. 41. but is 70c 45c lb.
_''ooen for outside work. Oil

Venice Furniture Co.

321 Welt Venice Avenue "A HOME-OWNED STORE"



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