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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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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 )
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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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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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NO. 12: ___ THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS


eniors toe I Ve-No-Hi Seniors Visit City Council; I SECOND PRIMARY 130 PoundTarponTops


Store I Louisville Club May Train Here ELECTION TO BE


Last Tuesday nights meeting of the Venice city council saw little HELD TUESDAY

business of importance transacted ,but was highlighted by the appearance With another state wllr

anagers' of most of the Senior members of the American Government vote of record proportions anticipated In TourneyA
class of Venice
Nokomu
High School
florid citizens will
Headed by Mayor Edward Keys, members of the class sat Iras march to the polls next Tuesday. -
3 Jet a foretaste of the nevlit 'councilmen' and 130-pound catch by Roger
cttydepailmcnt -
May 25, to participate In
in which they will live at- heads' lor the '' Townsend, Sarasota man who ;
evening They; him they had contracted to tram : the second primary election
(heir gioduatlcn June 2, mem won the 1946 capital prize, was
were accompanied by their teacher : at Bradenton again next year, but : Locally, chief i ten'st Is
I of the Senior class of Venice Miss Mildred McAmis. I the leading fish this morning w ,
; would be Interested in discussing centered on the contest for UK
omit High School tomorrow, the 18th Annual International
In brief talk at the conclusion
a
1950 training In Venice. Democratic nomination for
lay, afternoon will serve u of the I Tarpon Tournament entered M
meeting,
"Mayor"Keys William Pearson asked the governor bring waged by Fuller -
mg managers' of several lobusiness 1 1 second week.Townsend .
urged the city officials "to
\\urrrn and Dan MtCart,
council to consider a reduction 'n
establl IU1Ients. The
; | was fishing off VenIce ,
provide something for the kids to I
.
II
In the first primary
I be on duty from 2 to 4 p.m. do during the summer and to I city taxes on his large West VenIce I top men Forrest I with Captain Bruce Rig,by 1
In
and
County Judge
Page 8 for the various as- clean up Venice Biach Avenue guest house, asserting: I !! when he landed his big catch
Chapnlan's fight to retain his
lents May Train He,'! tin approximate: $600 levy agh'nst! I office against the bid of JohnD. I yesterday Mrs, Townsena garnered -

rangemrnls for the even In the regular business session, his property was confiscatory Justice Chapman topped a 60-pounder.
> made by Principal Homer and of line with assessmentsmade in the woman's i
after Major Louis Suter had suggested out Justice by three votes In the | Tops division
| fll) and Miss Mildred Me that Venice take step. to on similar property The first primary race however, was the 101poundercaught t
s, American Government class: li council discussed the matter and Mrs. K
provide a city baseball diamor*!. Polls will be located at the by Gladys Renstrom
her, with the co-optration 01 lit was brought out that the Louisville then Bowden appointed a "citi same plates at In the first p I- I of Osprey' In fact, that wa* the ,

0 Haines, president of thi I Colonels farm team of the zens' committee" to investigate mary rare and will he open heaviest fish caught In the week-
ce-Nokonils Chamber; 01 back the council old tournament until Townsend i
Boston Red Sox had shown interest and report to from 7 am, lo 7 pm,
tierce I In Venice as a possible with a recommendation. Those I came In with his 130-pounaer.

tied Officials I spring training site, limed were H, N. Wimmers, Goes Out Again t tIn

jarller in the week, the Senior: I H. S. Bowden, president of tM realtor; O E. Youngberg, con- Legion Auxiliary an effort to regain her lead i iIn

ted a 'mayor" and fsiiincilmen !I council, reported that officials of I tractor, and J, T. Bla'ock, local I the race foi automobile to b'sawarded ii' i
." and appointee team had Informed barker
the LouUvllle Conmii.tee I. tnls
I II as a capital prize
"'
our "city officials, with the'p Mrs. Renstrom went out
I year >>
attending! last Tuesdaj i HIGH METHODIST OFFICIALTO 1 Chairmen Na :.c11 again yesterday with Captain
.:"i meeting of the Venice city Neal Taylor, her guide, and IJ I

jrcll to participate In the sesi PREACH TIER SUNDAY Mrs. Ruth Kiy'kcndall, new caught a 93-pound silver kin?. I

and observe Kt first hand president of tin Auxiliary! ; of No- She was fishing In a skiff! off ,' '

I I th municipal governmcni Dr Harry H. Waller district superintendent of the: Tampa DisI Vel Post No. 159, American Legion I Manasota Beach where most of I ,

tales. I trlct, will preach at Venke-N komls Methodist; Church on Sunday; announced special and the 30-odd tarpon entered In thai '

dUI leeyr was elected "ma>- j morning, May a at 11 o'clock. He will conduct the Fourth Quarterly 1)standing committee appointments II tournament Urn far have been '

wlllc the following wer I Conference immediately at the close of the preaching service at last Monday night meeting in taken, according to Buddy Rln{o,

!'CI! numbers cf the "citsll which will be about 12:00, This conference handle the business of I the new Lesion; Hall on East Ven- official welghmaster at Tarpon

;( Virginia Bowd n, Jack! the church and the new officer; --4- "-- ice Avenue. Center here.

t Rjjand Franklin, and Andy I are elected for the new: conference i Fish Fry Big Mrs. Audrey Jchn>ton. chap- I Other entries at the Tarpon

inca, >ear, lain, will be In charge of the committee Center vicighlnp station thus far ,
,Jpoint'd' officers were: Chief .43, dinner that will conduct the Auxiliary -
I At approximately 12 Success DespiteLastMinute I'Included: Robert Shanley Jamay I
Police. Joe Carl Blorseth.: As- I will be served on the ground 's annual Mi mortal Day I i Beach, 64 pounds, first fish v

ant Pol :woman, Bettye Zeiq- of the thurch All numbers and ; Rain program at Nokomis CemeterySunday I caught in the tournament, Cap*.
Chief of Fire Department, May 30, at 10 a In Mrs. Mar-
friends of V.'nlce-Nokomls Ml'th'l Woody Roberts, guide:
I Continued on Page Seven) minute Heavy when wreaths will be placed on I I ,t
odist Church are cordially Invited Despite a last- jorle E. Lane, 86"j pounds. Cap '
covered dish and bt the graves of veterans Mrs John Hill O- Ir
to bring a : rain attendance at yesterday Mac Ringo:
present: with the church on this evenings fish fry for the high In addition to the regular officers prey, 93 pounds and 62'j pounds, .
Coming Events I day. announces the Rev. Georgic fund was ;who were Installed at a Cast Herbert Blackburn: 15parold :

L. Harper, pastor i school band Instrument special! ceremony last week, mem- Larry Shanley, Jamav

: The annual lonfeience of the: unexpectedly large, it was reported bers of the executive commute Bfach, (second tarpon caught In

Thursday, May 20 I Methodist Church meets at White I II by Miss Arlta Graves, presi- will bet Mabel Surls, Violet Wal- I I tournament), 53 pounds: Charts ,! II;

15 p \enke-Nokomls Ro- Temple Methcdist Church, Mlami dent ot the Venice-Nokomis Wo- lace, and Alice Luckey. The com- I Molnar, Laurel, 65 pound, Cap I Ii
Club meets, Venice Country S. Bowden mittee will meet at Mrs. Kuyken- Rebel'ts' Robert ShanW ,
H.
June 2-6, under the leadil n an i Club and Mrs : Francis
I dalls home at 8 pm, next Monday 70 pounds and 7} 1I
U ship of Bishop Arthur J, Moore, : head of the Community i Jamay Beach 1\\
P.I1Inlormal supper, May 24Tomonow Woody Roberts f ;1
Cap
ire Atlanta pounds
: presiding bishop of Service Club, sponsors of the affair I f1 ..011II
p'r'y Venice Country Club. Friday, night, members
Area Methodist ministers fer I ;!
100 the first of a series -
pm Venice lions Club which was and guests of the Auxiliarywill
their appoint-
}'S, Venice Country Club. ments Florida for are another given year at the a'1-1 to be given during! the summer attend a benefit card partyat SIMMER ROtND.IP II

[30 pm softball lame Payne null conference Mrs Kuykendall's home with reminder to all parenUthat )
Sjra)ota, City of Venice vs.ion's. Mabel SirN and Alice Luckey .
-- They reported 375 pel sons were I fie local pre-school Summer I'A
: .
Beach nerved, many more than were expected : serving as hostesses. r I Round-up will be held at
Nokomis '
Friday, May 11H to attend, and that mote Standing committee chairmen the Laurel School from 9:30 to

p.m. Ve-No-HI seniors"City 'Meeting Next I than $200 was cleared for the appointments announced by Mrs 11 a.m. next Tuesdav; May 21: 1 1Total M)

Jernment and Business Mulent band fund. Both expressed sin- Kuvkendall were: 1 was Issued thIs week by P.- '

Day" Tuesday NightThe cere appieciatlon to the public Child welfare, Mae Wredc. T,". and school officials Thhealth ;.
Pm, benefit card party. for the wonderful turn-out and to community service, Lucille Hen- I examination for children I-! .

rican legion Auxiliary, at. Nokomis Beach Fund stoodat Mis Charles McG Roberts and ne: music, Betty Ann Arnall: about to enter school I ls

S of Mrs. Ruth Kuykendall $2,031.73 this morning, It was Mrs. A. L, BI lock, cochairmenof (Continued on Page Seven con-I' an atiniial affair

Sunday, May 21 reported by George Divlln, beach the committee In charge, and

am., Venice-Nokomis Meth. fund treasurer to all of those who aided In mak- JOSSART NOW SOLE

\ Church, special service, to Devlin also announced that J, ing the fish fry such an out-
OF LOCAL
allowed by Fourth Quarterly A Johnston, chairman of the standing success. OWNER WeatheR I

Terence and luncheon on drive, has called'a meeting of the Those who loaned salad bowls PLUMBING FIRMJ.

frt grounds committee and all Interested ,p'r- and silverware may pick them up I
J, Jossart announced today RAIMFAU.
night, May 23, Venice Food Shop, Mrs. TEMPERATURE
Monday, May 24 sons for Tuesday at the that he has purchased the half-i Data, Hifh Low Inch.
11111., special Scouting meet- at 8 p.m. at Pine Camp Recrea- Blalock said this morning'OIT Interest G L: Kincaid In the
I at Venice Civic Auditorium. tion hall. This meeting will be a Jossart-Kmcald plumbing busi- I Previously reported rainfall 07*

re-arouse Interest In thl OF HOSPITAL Thurs., May 13 88 62 0.00
jnterested persons Invited rally to ness, which hereafter will te
T w project Martin Yontz, well-known resident known as JOSII l't Pwmolng
a.II1..7 P m of ill 15.. 88 74 0.00
i second primary of the Venice Bay Trailer Kincaid Is retiring because May
lon,
MAYORtFA\ES' Park who had been seriously ill health Sun., May 16 .. .. 90 63 0.00

30.1) a m, at Laurel School, Mayor Louis Suter left for in Sarasota Hospital for the past The firm largest plumbing establishment Mon, May 17 .. .. .... 89 63 000 *
fo take a
'--w er RoundUphealth Gainesville last night municipal sub- month, today dropped In to The In this end of the Tues, May 18 'M", 90 63 000
prf-school chlldrea short course on has has been established at
he county,
) Nokomis by the University ofFlorid. Gondolier office to report Wed. May 19 M.-....... 80 65 105
Pat Beach Fund facts offered recovered from his illness "al 323 West Venice Avenue for the I

B. Pine Camp, Everyone in- Saturday... He will\ return to Venice though still a little shaky" past two years rainfall to date ...',_' 181



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VENICE GONDOLIER Thursday, may >o,
Page Two

Naples squad lost the contest 7-1 players Eddie Key,

Indians to Get I' Venice Softball Lanius Indian man. and Joe Blorseth
Venice Bowlakade I to the Indians, Harry (, ,

Basketball 1 Team yill i pitcher, was credited with second
Men's League LhJrdl
I the win. The team lost only

Letters FridayBa I J : Play Tonight As commencement nears the I six games this

STANDINGS last' will lose two of its star Sarasota.
because of ram squad
ket'Jallletters: br awarded I II i Postponed J

Friday morning to the Venice- I, 1't5 PinsSmittY's night scheduled Softball ,a.-. at

Nokomis High school squad following j .. ...... ... .... 53 36.087 Payne Park In Sarasota ueiwcen I 1'I I SAY'AYEYOU

the assembly pro ram. Hwas I Venice Electric ... ..... 43 37.175i the City of Venice team and

announced this morning by i Earl's ....... .. ... .. .. 40 38,157Adol'jan's Blantons will be play d ,at 7 30 SEEN 'ISLORDSHIP ,

.. .... ... ... .. 39 36.961 .
Coach Charles Oadd Varsity or tonight. '
/ "A" string letters will be awarded I Venice Laundry 34 40.75\ Venice and Blanton'f, along I J ,
R fi R ... 33 35.74tJ
to the following boys: with Land 0' Sun. Robarts-
I High! School .. .. 31 36.742I
4
Eddie Keys, Owen Conway I Lemon Bay Post .. .. 30 33,636 I Shannon and he VF\ squads,

Ili tit Glenn SuphenJ. Andy Malanca : \'. Furniture 21 36.0n earlier this: week were placed lithe

e4 Bil;y Hankins, Jim Franklin Dar : Venice Food . .. 19 36.829 American Division of the I k 0is

ts" ell Landls Ronald Lee Smitn "EEK'S RESULTS County Softball League. Isis

ti Harry Laiius Ralph Adrian and 1d......... May If In the National Division are tle
IF Douglas Murdock, as manager of I It' *"Ii' ee5 1111 171 flU Police Department and Bate
I! \'. ni,. I,ItitrlrFriday 'ZII 761 7413 1.-: j'
the team. !May HH squads, whe will tangle in the
8.had l lA ,1...
rh 78. 720 still
: 'B" letters! will tot second tonight, and Alt-
acting go I I I ,I"rjamiliulmling' 6e "'s7 781 941PG I fame
IN Joe Bioiscth Earl Lanius, Wil- hII.p 40 pin.l, nun: Chevrolet. City of Sarasota
s"'tly'' 7.4 771 Poll 28\9 "
i am McKinney Vernon Davids I \.nlc-f t'.1 I Illnilnilimr 114 714 ..1 2072 I and Youth CenterIndians "fc"
A I "
ask Pearson Ray Mitchell Rol- Monday, !Mar' I? handicap 10. pines ___ I -

Y and Franklin, John Eckart. Pit 1'R .. ,.__ 781 724 781 2205t' -" -
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,
.n6e L.undry 706 727 715 2254in t. Imp
1,1 bhai p. and John Matthews .t 141di.tg hanllrap li pin.I ) I! Defeat Don let life's little ups and downs irritate you! Tike Hint

Litters will al'-o be awarded to AVERAGES: : In jour stride face and conquer them then, with i feel\
tae: following members of the I Not, Including last nlhl, games) i Naples in Last Ing of t !'ob well done, treat yourself to a well-eairefi ma
I n. Gusts.,,I. Rmttt, . is? of jour choice
Eels': team: I......... Vnlce lautidr) .. _. It.1
.n. 'l..,,i. K' K hi Game of SeasonWith
Malta Taylor. Doio'hj Kelly'! U."" '.n. ).... __ IN5 JIM PONDER'SPACKAGE
Helen LMon Martha Sins k.. V.nl'r UunlrJ ) .. .1"1
bfary I' ..nm. Vinlr ruHtN .. ..__.Iq. the last scheduled game
,, l! Ajam,. Joann' Cole, Patsy Gault whn.,; tI'. .. __ ISO LIQUORS
..... .,.
Earl e of the season for the Ve-No-HI .
Ire'
I Man Taylor. Elsa Ta>':01'. Mali J. C......Mi. emitty. -. 1\7 "WE WILL .01. &E L""EII.' C. .. -I
r-,4% til: B"-t')' Lee Johnston ......1... ,', .".. ;'...." ._ 1-. Indians baseball team rained .out VENICE AVINUE l"J.c "c .' ... \ VENIC'F.tl.,
1. v-r. t.Mr. ___. INIO I
; Tn toy. art I losing four of thCi'ulflwtx I ,ra'he. Amaty's . __ 15.1lunar. In the sixth inning yesterday, the
I Lt-min [lay flail .. .. _-..
rdd'e fCp\i! Owen Pnnfj K... High Wh I tl41
1', : :"A'Jd"M i a- -JotBior IrrlUk; I : SmltxkiDkinlull :.'._:,_:::::::::::- 150
and
way ... .
$ Vwiit I inn iry 1' tFh
cth but th"ie are no senior ,,'kry. device H: ...1ritiuihrnt .. ...n'. IP
High Krhc.l. .. .. ..... U. What Should Your
Cn the filN basketball qmd H,.,... \rnii-v Electric l ... ... .. U.
|lr.harl.. Kmllly.AJ '. __... .. 117
,.Ian. High 8,'h..,lI ._._... ...-.-.. 147
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1 > "rjan AI"'J"n'I I'U
I 1I''h. K ,1\ ..__ .. .. .._ 114
:m.th, Y.nlie Electric .h.- .-.-.. IU Be ?
rt iin A,t "rjanllnlwt. . .n IU County Judge
Venire' rurnliiivI ..-'.__.n ItI :
I .. -m. 1.n,,. I.aim.Iry .__.n..1'2
Hrklrnlre Fund ,
I Miuk. V,III H rn-lh A KI R .Hrcnlun. ::: :::--::::: !i ii .

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FOR EXPLRT SHOE-IItPAIR (,0 T. i IRPk.n. Venice t-I :: : 139I Forthright
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Ralph's Shoe Repair I Illlimi, Vi-nin- mltarl : flits !
; r.rl. ... 134
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t1 oPP. Ha. Bl.tlaa SARASOTA .
Fund 13.Hankm.
Arthtr Venire
5 \'..1... A.fncy, MllehrlU Barker Shop I .. litim lip 1'u.tDunn ---' 1.16
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J. Linn I..",,,. Hay I'u.t -.__un HI
J. C. Hi:.it-Mill Hiirh Scho.1kUu ...._.. HII. Obliging
I I ,.... Um.n Kay Pmt .__ .-..n Ja3 !
KurU, Vrnu-r rurnnur
TIDE TABLES :I r kart, High R.had. .-:'..::::::: mI
1Uunir. L.m in Hay I''MlI 1411
I llrlky Vrnm LaunilryT : : : : 1.16
4 .kr, Vi-nice Tlmnc Reliable
nSI( E ISLET -
1 Hilnti.nlcv: furnllirrHe : : : ::::: gI .

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'mi'hill Vrnico ) irnilunulir.ll III
!iPunta Rasa Correction: ) I (' Ad"rjMTi..' ._n .. 111I
r fEI H,.hThir low I 1'.garl .A.'u.. -- . IIII

M... 2V '"i:in j.m. I :87 .'. I
RECREATION MELTING Reasonable
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+ 'Mw ?I '2.76 u.m 6:11 a !
> >Tji l' "'1 .,. ", I' Inm I Two members o, the Tampa
hit. May li 118'1 a m. 6:2.1 a m. recitation: d( pa tmcnt will address -
m 1.,2&. ..01. 1217, 1'."'.
a meeting ol recreation
Efficient
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Fn,2I ) 21 111142 m. 6:46 am
/ 1'.63 t. m. I"this 1. In. leaders and interested p r oas in !
Let'sKeep
'I,., MH| .t S'.6 .01. 6too' a In. the Home D inonstutlon officein
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the County Court Huu,e. Saia-
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'?- May 2' IIIHIVuy p.m. PIN I'"
\\.".. Ik 1 17 p.m IIIln ,,,n. sota. The women. Mrs. Hamilton Sound
rur :airs r 2:1.i .01. 11. a pm Hunt, and Mrs. Webb, will address !

-0- the meeting at 4 pm.

Tuesday, May 21 on the subjects.

ComplimentsOF P-omm Planning and Playground Tolerant It

Recreation" and 'ArM !

and Crafts In the Recreational

Held" respectivelY.. Interested
Plastic Age Boat
persons should contact Coach

andEquipment Charles Oadd of the Venice High .
School for further details

Co. Courteous! That

It Pays To Play

Distributor of

4, Tricraft Fiberglas Boats FOR YOUR FISHING AND Honest

SPORTING NEEDS. '
Retailer of
SEE IS FIRST
Marine Supplies!

andEquipment R&RSPORTING GOODS Able! Way



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SEABOARD PRESIDENT SEES tlon." Referring to the pulp and vessels at the rate of 1500 facture of shoes and numerous
BRIGHt Paper: Industry which has been tons "
hour.
FUTURE per
FOR FLORIDA the largest to turn to the South- articles of leather, to say nothing

east In years, he stated that the Vegetables of many by-products associated ,
A I
JACKSONVILLE prediction
that ti'lorida Florida
well
even greater acceleration Is "DesUned to ex- value of these products manufact- deserves the app- with the livestock Industry .
enee In
by Legh R. Powell. Jr. Population 'rowth" ,wu made ured In the South In 184tt amounted ellation "winter greenhouse of Powell referred specifically to
week .
15 president
of the the
Seaboard nation", Powell .
assertedFlorida's
Air Line 782
millions
address of dollars. ,
the
Seaboard
Air Lane:
jlroad.( in an before the Jacksonville Chamber Railroad,
.
of Com- "Of particular lush soils yield an abundance -
eree. significance, hcontlnued. Us activities In the 'past, present
of
I Expresilng his "considered o- these "Is the fact that while variety and we vegetable find such in amazing delicacies progressive operations and plans
mills of I
necessity make tre-
5,01n", that favorable economic mendous demands upon wood as crisp celery, lettuce, redripe' I for the future and he dwelt at

actors combine to assure soundonomlc supplies, there Is no threat of tomatoes, strawberries, beans, greater length on the railroad
progress for the state, depletion of the natural resource peppers, cucumbers, and eggplant I Industry as a whole. "It is to the
moving: to the tables of nationat railroads that this
tell ;resented a graphic an- upon which they depend for con- our nation must
\\ysls! of Florida's Industrial and N''. tinued operation.'On the con- a time when most other sect- look for Its major source of transportation -
cultural potentialities, and he trary, well-managed forestry pro- Ions are still in winter's grip he ," he said 'Nothing
tlared that the region natural grams which emphasize sound said, "and there millions of acres has thus far been devised that
Idvantasei have "caught the eyeThursday .411LEIGH Planting and conservation prac- of good farm land yet undeveloped can take the place of rail transportation .
tices are in effect In this state" One of the most power- '> I
Mineral 'Florida now occupies the po- ful factors In the developmentof t
Health
ccT o PIN a ..,-- .. sition of the world greatest producer the country, the railroads continue I
ME ME stressing one importance or of citrus fruits having top- to form the very backbone [
O CT t'P Florida's mineral wealth, Powell ped California, her nearest competitor of our transportation system. "
said phosphate rock deposits In for several years In suc- Without railroads our nationallife I
GULF the state .- sufficient to take cession," Powell declared "The would come to an Immediate !
care of foreseeable needs for 500 processing of Florida citrus halt.
Theatre years -- are of conspicuous I.
concern fruits hasassumed proportions of Bright Future
not only to Florida but tin
a major Industry and embracesthe
VENICE Repeating that the combination
entire
world
because of the many canning of fruit Juices citrus
I uses that are being found for this ,segments, freezing of citrus Juice of natural advantages augur pop- 1
ulation growth and Industrial and
"magic I
Box Office Opens 7:30 P.M mineral' in world wnn.omy and the of citrus
__ ---- ---- production con-
-" -1;
-- r agricultural expansion In Florida, ..
-0 centrates and
R. TOW El.L, JR. "FrOnt powdered orange Powell ald, "The happy combination '
Florida
comes Juice.
approx- of a citizenry possessed of i
of business management and imately three-fourths of all the Cattle Industry ]
May ?0 pro- vision, ambition and energy, the
duced decisions to locate new phosphate rock produced In this The future of the beef cattle wealth of natural resources which
(THE FOXFS OF II\RROV"RPI plants or expand existing unitsIn country."he said. "Prized as a fertilizer Industry in the state Is extremely lie at hand. and a strong, re- ':'
Harrison Maureen Q'liar,i the Southeast. material and soil conditioner bright the rail president said I liable tall transportation system

Cartoon ADV ANT AVES this vital mineral also playsan "Production of beef cattle has will bring for the future a d"-
-0 Powell listed the combinationof important part In our daily brought Florida close to the top velopment that will surpass In
Friday and SaturdayMay advantages which enable FlorIda diet. Our enriched wheat flour ranK among the livestock pro- both character and size, our fond
ZI.nP.CIIE and the whole Southeast to are an Illustration of some of the ducing states of our nation," he est hopes of the past'ROOFING i
'offer unusual opportunity: to uses to which derivatives of phosphate sa'.d. "Here again Is a basic resource -
".\ ROSE" rock are put. "
manufacturing end distributingenterprises' which suggests further .
Roy Rogers Dale Evan av: The Seaboard has participatedIn opportunity for Industrial expansion Roof Work of All Kinds 1

Ness and Selected Shorts 1. Intelligent! and adaptable the development and growthof Livestock production means ALVIN P. JONES
labor.N meat packing Industries, the production -
-0 Florida
phosphate rock Industry Phones Bus 2873 Home 2981
Sunday and Monday 2 Moderate and PMuable: climate i- and has expanded the railroad of hides for the manu i
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:May Z3-S4 's facilities and service to !

,W HERE THERE'S LIFE" 3. Van and easily accessible meet the need of this Important SPRAY PAINTING'

Bob Hope Hllllam Bendix materials business Only recently Senbcaid ALTOS BICYCLES .
4. A plentiful! supply of electric completed and put Into serviceat .. SCOOTER BIKE
News and Shorts power Tama a new and thoroughly DANNY'S PAINT SHOP

*>. Thoroughly modern trans-I modern elevator which Is cap- J
,TuiMlav u _Med_ U .h Thurs! F.rtatlon'For able of loading phosphate rock Old Fire Station Fastenl,
iay Z3-Z6-27 the past two It WORE TIGHTS" eyes of the nation: have: been focused -

I.- Dan Dailev Seaboard: on this president arcsaid: "btcaasc tnc of (! f

II <.looted Shorts the rapid growth of industry IT IS YOUR STATE 4

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IMAGINE' THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR GOOD

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GOVERNMENT IS IN YOUR HANDS

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,,1 II By Your Votes, Fuller Warren ::1


KRIB 1r 1 led the First Primary by !


KROLL QUALITY THROUGHOUT 21,485 VotesFuller


"" Warren's practical platform for good government aroused

29 the opposition of entrenched special interests, who make their money

off the people's taxes. They seek to continue in power by electingthe '

opponent of Fuller Warren.
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Because The Caldwell Combine will vote its Machine Strength

The record the character the

knowledge that Fuller Warren has to
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offer as governor, prove him to be the

7 r..Me eel Me man suited to the job.

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Entered ai .econd-clati matter June 6, 1946. at the poll officeat Riviera St.CHURCH and Pal.rme Plan
Venice Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Dr. Leonard Priest In W.Cliarvt.S tryktr,

Subscription;;-ratei On. year $2.50; six month, 1.50 three fmirth II am.Sundays Moraine of each servo w..nd .,
nltb months, 75c. Claiiified advertising rate 2 cents per word, first 20 t......... m k until a>
43 words; I cent per word for each additional word. tAl.., fifth Sunday In MM tops,
in the stretch the administration stealthily cut Gain's
CARROLL II. WILLIAMS Editor and Publisher CHURCH OF COD
throat and [booted McCarty into the run-off. Venice Avenue
IIEtES UILLIAMSHOWARD ... ..
4 ; Office Manager n. C. ll. Jernlimn Poster
mULE Shop Foreman With the money belt around his neck, and the sign: n II It a.m.a.m. Sunday Preaching.Srhoui.

of the administration double-cross his back Mr. Mc- ,10 r m. Preaching.
I : on Thursday 7 IO p.m., \1 n( Pee*
MCCARTY'S BURDEN Carty will find it hard to maintain the impetus that projected Service.Friday 7-1 p.rrf.. benefit jprtr.VENICE .

j him into the second Better have
primary. men CATHOLIC CHURCH
"Pull r Warren didn't have to tell the people of Naaaaa at Tamps Access
bogged down under such burdens and if he makes the Venice
Florida that :a brazen attempt to buy the election is :afoot! R... C. L. El.londi 1 r..torI
grade it will be because the don't resent mud h ..m. Maaa.
: have known it for i people as I
Many : a week and in another week i ii
'would become common knowledge even if Warren had: as they used to the spectacle ot the highest state office I I BENEFIT SITI'IRS
in their sold to the I Every Friday NightS
gift being building contractors and
never opened his mouth. Here in I.ee County the evidence -
to 8
road department pets who delay such jobs as McGregorBoulevard I p.m.
has been piling: up since the morning after the first Delicious Home Cooled Fond
: and the Immokalee road until their
I'riman.'hen equipment 50c
early returns last Tuesday night: showed
that has finished work somewhere else. e CIlt'R<"1I OF (.OJ)
i i Shands was a goner, and with him a lush source of
baksheesh, agile hands started: feeling tor a second primary Carl Hanton, in FT. MYERS :NEWS-PRESS I East Venice Avnue

{ .ll.l'. loucn. it warn't very hard to tills ana ivtore -, -- ..
1 hands has: been laid
'i. decently away practically evenwardheeler
t L'" ; : in town was chanting: "Dan's the Man." NO1inaw

f This i is nnt to sa; ) that the excellent Mr. McCart)
t
;, was :a party to this switch from one moneybag to an *

other.s is customary with candidates: for governor _. !

\.:4( ; whose campaign: expenditures are limited by law: financial y
ti
: : arrangements for purchasing support are not ,

w i Eli 1 handled! hv the first person singular. It is .1 case of the Inflation'inyow\ f 1/

,4y !l lett' hand know.Mh, nol what the right hand siveth out

; it; and! the obligation' to report same is thereby avoided.
:
't-t This will be evident when Mr. Shands tiles his state'

'j{, ment. For the whole state it will holDout: what /

;' .; e+'erone. figures was pent for him in I ee County. But Bectric Bill!

!4s0:,, Mr. Shards didn't nece>sarily know it. "Friends paid + IS

j fur this ad" and! he can rightly plead that they acted withcut e
't either his knowledge or formal consent.It .

so happned that he had some exceedingly flush

,; ,1. friends and his record was such that they laid it on the

(j :, line for him -- with an occasional side bet :as a hedge incase

somebody eke won. Because big money was out
. : to beat \\Irreil-who: didn't want it and thought he was

:1: so strons-:: he didn't need, it-he didn't get any to speak: ot r'
and hasn't gut run now Lock, stock and plenty of barrel f
.11 of it has gone to McCarty and even so engaging

i .ind :able a young fellow will find it ditticult to tote that FUEL MATERIALS

., Old Man of ihe Mountain ail the way to Tallahassee.If WAGks OIL EQUIPMENT

: for McCart), this money business is the root of .
much: evil, it is at the same time a break for Fuller War- SNFLATI0

ren. Sure ot a place in the second primary he had been

r primed to label Colin English as the "administration

I crown prince" and brand Shands as "the rich man's i
candidate.'" As things have turned out he can blast <-

McLnrty with both epithets and come pretty close to

proving his case by evidence of the voters' own eyes. In fl ted operating costs, we're still

A cenws of local professionals in the art of ward heel- selling youIt far cheaper than we did ten
ing will] establish where the money is and the administration years ago .

machine: at Tallahassee i is making bones
no about When
its preference. about you consider skyrocketing prices of just +

During the first everything else you buy ..electricity is the
primary that preference played hot BIGGEST BARGAIN
and cold. between McCarly and English. McCarty announced IN YOUR FAMILY BUBPIT!

for governor last tall with nods of approval from

Caldwell circles but when'his candidacy failed to create .
any early commotion the Tallahassee kingmakers
feared
Dan wasn't'the man. Pats on the back for English fol- F1I111J fI 4rJ) c1T ClDJI"\
lowed and
eventually he was pried away {from a better .
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job and cinch for
a
governor in 952 to make the
race for the "Caldwell program" of buying 'Up Talla- ,
hassee real estate. Then when
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VENICE 50' Mice Arltt Graves and Miss Eve-' VISITORS

RETURNS. TOi ; I I lyn this Baker week and that disclosed she came she plansto back CANDIDATE Kappelmans BuyTaylor's Dr. P.R. Terry, well-know

i HOME HERE build a home here immediately Drive-In 'official of the city'of AsherfBe

] Mrs. Harrall had North Carolina. and Mrs'Twer: .
Mabel purchased local I
I Har-
well did Mrs ': Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kappel-
I property before she returnedto '' are vacationing in Venice and arse-
I0f Washington D. C., like p- man, former owner of Kappel
Washington and may build two > f quartered at the Venic>e-fyaU;*
she came here earlLi man's Trailer Park on the Trail
Le
when or more houses this summer, she 1 '. Hotel
year as t house guest of said near the Laurel School this week I
\ took over ownership! of Taylor's
> Orlve-In. popular eating place on I have renamed the tstabUstimrnt
I t 'J the Trail opposite the Nokomis Kappel-nan Drive-In will spe>-

\ Community Well. It was formerlY c'allza! ; in serving delicious hamburgers -
IiIIIIIINew operated by Willard Taylor and seafood sod fries
Mr. and Mrs. Kappelman who es+tolCn! dinners
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GIVE GRADUATEA

Portable Battery Radio
Construction
t' $20.95 $54.95

Repairs and Remodeling '( Arvin Philco

BUILD A HOME 1 RCA-Victor Stewart-Warner
ADD A ROOM Remington-Rand Typewriter $79.50

ENLARGE A PORCH YOUR HOUSEBUILD W. May Walker, above, of the Remington Electric Shaver $17.50
Second Judicial Circuit has an-
BUILD NEW GARAGEall nounced he will be a candidate for ALPHA MUSIC SHOPOpposite
l| 3753 and we will call on you at your convenience and
the Florida Supreme Court In the
needs.
sllmatf special election called for May
G. E. YoungbergVENICE. 25.

FLORIDA Judge Walker has been on the
Circuit Bench since 1940. He Is i \
SPECIAL THIS WEEK -
a former county judge who was
elected without opposition when a I
FRIENDLY SERVICE In A seat on the Second Circuit Bench Green Turtle Steaks I ;

FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE I became vacant Jumbo Shrimp ,
Back from a trip over the state.
Judge Walker said he had received Smoked Fish
Popular Brands of Beer to Take Out. wide-spread support from Ciams

laymen as wed as lawyers. He an- }

B&BBAR nounced for this position shortly \IOp'n
after Justice Rivers Buford retired ,=SXS5 9 a m. 7 proeekJav February 29.
WE HAVE THE COLDEST BEER IN TOWN 8 10:30 a,m. Furdays

305 R'. Venice Avenue Opposite Theatre Charles Reiter New NOKOMIS SEAFOOD MARKETPHONE


Englewood r.-T.A.I Opposite Nokomis VENICE frirmunllr 20UI ''.'("it t

Lawns Maintained and President
I
Property Cared For '
Charles R!lter was elected! president -
During Your Absence of the Englewood P.-T.A. at Vote 7x For
that orpanlratlon last meetiPT.I : :'
I
Close Correspondence I held the evening of May 12 at the .

school L. Ii ::1
CLEARING: ; LANDSCAPING, BULLDOZINGC. Other officers elected and installed f Grady ,

: are: Mrs. Beryl Chadwick, t
HAROLD BATES vice-president, Mrs. Rank Clark, Burton P
ENGLEWOOD VENICE 3390 secretary: Mrs. Garrett Wlilttak- ] i {
I rr, treasurer: Mrs Walter Purvis,
historian.
I I The outgoing president, Mrs 1 A Capable and t.

THF KING FURNITURE. George Alston acted as installing ExperiencedLawyer ;
officer I
FRED B. KINO OWNERof :
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Punta Oorda :I Six members of Englewocd PTA .-I :I
TAKES PLEASURE IN WELCOMINGTO recently completed a study YOUR NEXT
THE BUSINESS LIFE OF the Pirent-Teacher
: course on
THIS AREA mnnual They are. Mrs. Walter I AttorneyGeneral ,
Purvis. Mrs. Beiy'l Chadwick. Mis I
G. E. YOUNGBERG! I George Alston Mr!. Garret

Contractor I Whlttaker, Mrs J. D. Tate and
Mrs. E. A. Bartholomew.
VENICE -- Leading Newspapers Endorse Him:
M4V LOCATIT' IIERE

Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Sleckley. of
.M "Floridians could not do better than to elect L Grady
Baltimore Maryland end their r Burton to the office cf Attorney General. MIAMI
It's DICK ERVINfor children are guests at the VenlceVyakka DAILY NEWS. 1
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Hotel. Steckley Is con- 4
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Attorney GeneralHI sidering permanently locating In
in this city. "Our choice unhesitatingly goes to L. Grady Burton.He .
has shown outstanding fitness, to be the tate'. chief
legal advisor" TAWPA MORNING TRIBUNE."He .
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EXPERIENCE in affairs Enjoy. Solid Comfort At

of State: his KNOWL- WORTHINGTON\ ...
.M has reputation for and f
a stability common sense.His
sound. practical where l Cease an
EDGE of you may r
name doesn't have to be propped up with apologies.It ,
t; government, his TRAINING Apartment for the year at stands on its own He is known as a square shooter.- t
p 4 r a for the office of Attorney very low rates. LAKELAND LEDGER. ::1:1iC
Various siZe! units rent for :1i
General have been gained 5610 to $900 annually. i
during 20 years as a lawyerIn Move In Now and enjoy next
"He Is considered fair and hm tenure of office has been
last 12 increase In
Florida the season at no
without flaw or faIlure. ST.. PETERSBURG TIMES.
years in State service, in rates. ,
responsible legal capacities. THE WORTHINGTONIn I
VeniceA
His PROVEN ABILITY to To Live! "Your vote for Grady Burton as attorney General will be i
Good Place another vote for good government in Florida during the ,
with others toe
co-operate next Jour years." LAKE WALES NEWS.
bring about better things for i
the State and her commun-
ities qualify Dick Ervin for 2633 -Sarasota- 2529 Florida Needs the EXPERIENCE, -t

greater public service Phones .
STABILITY and HARMONY ; t

Ambulance

ServiceDay L. GRADY BURTONWill


REMEMBER ON MAY 25 or Night Bring to the State Cabinet As '
YOUR VOTE FOR

Richard W. Ervin Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON ATTORNEY GENERAL

J I. a fntribmian to food wernment In fTORIDA.
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Paid for by liarti4ots.Pfiends of Dick Ervin.L. : Funeral Home
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Hotel Service PIERCE:-Confident of victory after a awing through 11
north and central Florida, where he was greeted by large and atten- SUMMER MONTHS

( With the closing for the season tive crowd, Dan McCarty takes his campaign for the governorship
will close out his campaign dote Saturday at One
tf the PInes Hotel this week J. Into south Florida Friday and Saturday. He
:Raymond Bill, new owner of the In Dade county on Monday, before returning to Fort Pierce

'Vrnjce-M\akka Hotel, announced to vote Tuesday. "
Ae hostelry Is the only one In McCarty, whose sole promise of I I with his campaign in vote-heavy H. N. WIMiMERS Realtor

y f nee including a tar md rock- The Fort Pierce cattleman-cit- FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT
I constructive and economical administration
'1.11htun e and food seivlce. rus grower, who as a legislator
. will speak In Titus-
reputation for Inde-
established
&-!) said that while the Yen- a
ville, Cocoa, Melbourne and Veio pendent leadership, having been WESTERN UNION
the
1 vVvakka which li under
Beach Friday morning, then will chosen speaker at the age of Sundaji and Holidays II to 12 am. UuK
rimma] management of his Into Palm Beach wherehe
go county the states
youngest In
., .t'I'1 Wally. does not operate
will make six speeches 2i'1
has based his campaign on a
. ". nimplite dining room s'rvlce I
Saturday morning he will make ord of service to
", v the pir ent timt nandw/chw r 1 Do You HaveanABSTRKTo
a series of speeches In Browardand county and state I
,S itl' ve oemy served and |guests sict.ne ety
: m rommodated vtiili brcak- then, during the afternoonhe I McCarty will make a statewide I a ,
will attend several rallies In radio broadcast on Saturday nightat / TITLE INSURANCE
. lists and noon and evening .
Jade County. 7:45 and again Monday night
'
the
'y
'ruUs on property you own']
___ Monday, McCarty will continue at 8:30.: I
You will need one or III
DORIS MAE FUTCH other sometime A\oid dole
i Come In and talk! t: us itaJ
MARRIED TO ANNOUNCING THE; OPENING I OF w E I your title [

IDAHO MAN
KAPPELMAN'S DRIVEINFORMERLY ABSTR-U PS

Ar.mnim,mi'lit ha just bees' ( TAYLOR'S DRMEINiDFI.ICIOUS .' r TITLE INSLK\\CE: |
.mike: here of 'he marriage of
i>>> .ss Mae Flitch daughter of ERIsr; _
Abstract Companyof
N3r arm :Mrs C E riit"h, of HAMBURGERSSEA
J.nUlt'I. to But Lindsey Hitch
J' !rn of Mr. and Mrs A M Hatch: i FOOD Sarasota
fl BlacNfcct Idaho which took FRIED CHICKEN:
Mice on April 14 1948 PHONE: 2081 KM J. Drnn.ii rmUnt. "
ACCURACY ESTABLISHED IMI Pf.R\'II'
I The: brine !Is a graduate of No- O/posite Nokomis Community fell TELEPHONES IU and JUI US SIXTH IFTKtrT:
"Ifffli H.fl h School class of 1947
After a urddinR trip" to Salt ,
lake CIU Utah the couple willirfjfie
: ''n Palt..r'-on. Haho


I ELECTED 'Vote For DanMcCARTY
Raymond Bell, who hall recently

assumed (\\\nel'>hip] of the Vcn-!

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(TEAL ESTATE FOB SALE FOR SALE BUSINESS PERSONALS FOR RENT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

: 193P CHEVROLET coupe. Marter !>.. I
A COMPLETE luxe. Good tire. radio. Itliu K (,. Sure. I CONCRETE WORK and t.klna. Loul.I GUEST HOUSE FOR RENT UKS1RAHIE!: SELECTION ** lowlands
ton Hutment A...., Farm Road P, O. I Ado"n Phrene Venice 166&. FOR THE BUMMER Vwaiaawner
Nicely Well vrntllatpd and residential title In city of
REAL ESTATE SERVICE this &1Z. VenieaTHREEROOM furnltnrd
Comfortable and plra,ant. Utilities Included lor If InttrifiU'd ."IV.'" you a-
I Earl Cottrell Paul Na Special summer ,.,... ITIv.cy v""c.te. AJdre.1 Boa S8 Vniioa, Fa.
Rmtali : rnl.hed hots... T! tw I'.D.g SEPTIC TANK CLEANING Ready fur occupnncy Mar 1. Mr. Bemis
I moved oft property Ih ne 2<34 or write Modern pumping equipment. Work ruanleed ,. Terry hone 2K31
liar SORT MYER "\R&A: and Box D, ,, Phone ...
a."n care Venire (J?nil II/,r. Venice I In Saranout 70640 Venice Club
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vi bUlI lWT FLORIDA Mod 2664. 'rHit RR'1 OM apartment In new bill ilInir Country
beautiful riverfront estates NICE YOUNG All elxrlrlc kitchen Year ',...und. 'M l lix
HOrHr".
CoT.lll locations tropical Including islands Inprov. beachperigee un foot 75 cent n. ,lr.,..H. tit'H. cint.G. S,..Ib... I GENERAL REPAIRS Laws mowers >r mi.nth. Oiixxlto" Lyons. Hay 1l.I,| Continue Bridge n
end, unimproved. lode.business IOn. Hutln""t ActFarm H"n.\ owing mooknstove.. washing mo.I on South Tnvore In anil road. ,
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".,"tunlt| ilea and Income irtupa include Ilea 692. !I thin":;fI.. : Sawn sharpened, C A Lamb JOHNSON Ekrtrtr floor qllahea, 11.2r
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near Snug Harbor. Parties I
Sober ranrhen cturta.. forms trailer and campa groves. hoteuillm ., WASHING MACHINE.; Ktntnorc; : .;: Ron 151. La", ... P. 0. per-day.Inn dl.\I'r- -ot-1.0'01'----Cr.a ery. Supper
and .mall tracts of land Apier In goad r".clAtI"n. Call 11'4 or :;911.YEARni .
rye, rental l service Send for fraerpihe STRONG: STURDY PLANTS for 1'10" I Ano'htr in the series of Thun-
.folder and map of this trop. aaw M,.. Hinkley V HENS Nokomis"n fad. n cents Ih. 11.. land.rrptnp _NURSER'L."re'I flow pricMELROY'S .., 'Night of Games'toBe day evening InfoTail su>per and
I whoa
E..bllhod 10SJ bridge parties being given at the
SHALLOW DRAFT aixlh.ry Pall!! l 1.,1. Held Next Week
irrrcoTT REALTY INVESTMEVTSfiril I'nlth8 l Turn rlpht at Laurel Pent Office.IENERAI. held
ft. s in n. : l 'um (,(t.. I Venice Country Club will be
..., inchna. lutm lull hirhen itanbrri' "
Street Fort M' Flo.ld.1 Used \hr... this evening with supper to be
m"nthn flattered q h (. n.ivllnder ., HAULING and .nnt..tln For Band FundA
Fiprythlnf In Real !:olat." m"t"r. rvvpr.* t!h't' ,h. iliMri. Yard .".k. Murk. rill dirt shell .nd. served starting at 6:15: p.m.
..
fete Ed. Theme
tarter IVO square ft I lug mil Irmt.-l 1012.
Both the USUAL end UNUSUAL boost ."v..,. t.I1."t air b"ot. ""h.n, night of games with cash Last weeks Inaugural affair
V.nlco 1124.US.D .
HE \R AE! HEAR 1'1.! HEAR TIE! prizes and awards. will be heldin was rated a big success. with

; FURNITURE of ill kin.I.. \... Come One'l Come AII It the Venice Civic Auditoriumat including:
Ice ..... those in attendance
Trading Tl.
Pellet 23 V\ Miami A\.n e21MMH1MAN *.n. bipge.l Night if (;ami
pedal Scout phone 2602 Many Aw.rd.I 8 p.m. Friday Mav' 28 to Mrs. Jackie Doescher, Mr. ant
HELP BUILD TUP
RIPE 111..A.tlHI fur canning $1 VF.iIoln.NOKOMISHIH raise money for the Venice-No- Mrs. H. Reilly. Mrs. H. A. Curtfco::
Meeting i Here b.ho Flat park oh-n. Miami 'o..m-. n, MWOL BAND komls High School band instrument Adajns.Mr .
Mrs. S. Janis
1'1. ti mdew II..lllh "r Venice. Plum Frids.. Mar t* I Saunders
16U. Venice civic Outer find ThTe will be no admission and Mrs. H. L. Mundy. Mr.

Ke\t Monday h"u,, trailer., I., It .1 1 charge. and Mrs. Richard Otdney Mr. a
\enlce May TruiliT Park .or see 4e r LEGAL 'Lot of fun for everyone" Is Ur.
NOTICES and Mrs. A. F. dtnberger,
Hull at ?iw 8.,nh Vrnlr I lyKay.
I All persons Interested 1n Scout. .. .:...._ I promised by Vernon O Beatlle and Mis James W Kinkead Un
,
b Invited to attend a special V01NF OF INTINTIOV chairman of the committee In
; an VENICE WOMAN To KFtlMHt 3 D Fur'>e,. Mrs. Robe't V. M "

keeling to be held at 8 o'clock I It, end. r.iirni-d dew IUT1TIHI5 hprrhv rectify NAME that I charge The affair is being spon- sey, Mrs. F. W. Hf -!si'

1 INJURED IN ;,' i- "ndurt: ling a New and Hard rurnl. wired by the Alpha Institute cf Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jraor; M
,
art Monday evening May 24. Ine taw Ie'al hu.inaw' Wnl *. H ndarNKF I
AUTO ,metit,. 1.It.". client, hf Music. which will present net
ACCIDENT I Mr. sad
| Venice: Civic Auditorium, at \ : TRADING POST I and M s R. Q S'r.Pt1.
proceeds to the P-TA for its '
: and that Paid firm !. composed if the Mrs. E. J. Peter, M, and Mrs. P. t
hick Fed Treat of Bradenton Mrs. Margaret: C. McWhorttr. I"II,.w,n* pcrw'nil wh,wp name and nln.v. bend Instrument fund.
.f r-Idrnce are .. ll.w.i L. F! .h'r, Mi, and Mis A. B
out executive for the local Venice Air Base employee, rut R. G. Hain., --
8'l W Viplrr Avenue. Hider Mr. and Mrs. Ch-oige DCT-

tiny Land Council, will be pres.t. lered severe face lacerations and Venus t'., Flirda.n.n.hl| .of VENICE TRADING Ve-No-IIi Class bin Mrs P. Scott, Ui. and Mrs r

t. knee bruises in an automobile accident |POST i. a. foil.wol .. 5 k
C. S. Waite M" s. Raymond Bell.
R H ,
linm Role
I lowlier. .I
I Treat l is coming to Venice ate on the Trail near Vaiio It 1\'>- inlrntli tu apply: to rile l clerk Visits Office Mr. and Mrs. Thom Patton. ?}
..f the Circuit .
last Tuesday afternoon Her con Court In nd fur Esranta1'"unty.
Mrs. S. STerry, Mrs W OPteck'ev t
.
H riila tci rtvlnlrr the nM name
Invi atiun of Jack
; Wilkinson
Of GondolierTwenty
dition was reported "Call' by Sarasota ,ofinlif
Trnlmir Plot tender the pro- Mr. A.'I.. Moremm. '
.
cal Cubmaster to discuss all 'ei l lint if ('hl iii", 2"1M. I awe of rlur
Hospital attaches
today 'I Ida Am of IfHIV Senior and Junior Mr and Mrs. William Booth. Mrs.
outing activities in this area Highway Patrolman McH.ie >'iln<-> my hand, thin 6lh day of May
IP4t, members of the American Government Ann Bui loughs Mi. and Mrs. W
Iudlng possible formation of alea Walling reported the accident occurred R. G. HAINES clays of Venice-Nokomls Britton and W. Ladd. i
when James H. Rogers of "bll.hl May 6. 13. }u. 27. 11MBXOTICF i
Scout troop here. Wilkinson ---.--. High School yesterday afternoon
Route 1 drove onto the highwayin
1 get all parents of Cubs. partlctarty OF INTENTIONTO : paid a visit to The Gondolier office FOR OUICK. RELIABLE

front of an army staff cjr The REGISTER un..h.nlitnri' FICTITIOUS do hereby certify NAME that to get a first-hand glimpse of SERVICE. CALL
to attend the conference. driven by Willie Rase. Jr.. Laurel they an conducting > plumbing bunlnnwt
..,.Kl. Florida. under the firtl how a newspaper Is published. VenicePlumbing 1
Negro and In which Mrs. M- or
Oous name The students were accompaniedby
LONG PLUMBING AND SUPPLIES ShopBox
.
'Sork R ,.tI".e Made well In V-nlrt" Whorter was a passenBcr.TO and. that Paid, firm Ik computed if the fol their teacher, Miss Mildred M",-
--- -- 1..1. ee'rn... whop mumand places.of Amis and Principal Homer Mike- 14, Venice Phone 2153.
j rmil nre are as filloonrrrd
Modern Test Equipment LEVUS FOR NORTH I.. l.i'nil, Jr. rnirkwood. rUirulaH.im sell. Those making the visit were:
nd J. Unir Ennlrwimd F'lurida.Oat I
"
[Genuine Tarts-Free estimate i Martha Adams. Gladys Bean
I '-hi|> if LONG PLUMBING AND t
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McClure of : }
SUPPLIES i. a rollowol Joe Carl Blorscth. Jackie Bolcit '\ .
HONE 7672 Nokomis Heights, who recently Fred I. linn Jr to per rent ,
I
any m..nd J. Long 5(1 per cent Virginia Bowden. Yolonda Briley '
sold the El Patio Hotel here toW It In mr Intention to apply to the 4JW .
.. and for Bar Otis! Bronson. Betty Childers I
Clerk f tier Circuit Court In
VENICERADIO L. Miles. plan to leave early .....1. C...nty. H"nda. to nui.Kr the said Owen Conway John Eckhardt; ::
next week for :a month; vaca- name "f IAnw Plumbing and Pi,11,lien on.der \
SERV'CE'H the ,.,.""h'hI of chapter 2"" S. Lawsof Raymond Edre. Betty Evaris .
tion trip to their former home. rl"nla. Arts "f 141Wltmw Sue Everett Maxine Halvorson.
hands this 24th day or Deke's Shoe Repair
! V. Venice Avenue Ft. Wayne Ind Returning north April, our Eddie Keys. Mary Helen Listen "
1945.RAYMOND Neat Old fire Station
tQ
J. LONG
CECIL II. GRIEVELet's with them will be Ms.: Quire FRED I.. lUNd. JKPilll Paul Mehov. Marilyn Mikesell, tVrnirt Collared Seetian)

Jones their: house guest here for .hlApr. 211, May 6. II, 2(1, I1HS Lillian Taylor, Bettye Zelgler ::: :

the past few weeks Mrs. Jones .. ___ ,
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and her late husband, a locomo-

the engineer, formerly owned five; AUXILIARYContinued

acres of land on East Venice from Page One)
r-smitty's'-'
ELECT Avenue. They had purchased it s'itu'ion and by-laws Mrs. William \

during the B L E. "boom days" of Jonas; finance Alice Luc-

20 years ago and her present visit key, Junior activities MarJ Adoi- ,

to Venice was her first since that Jan, legislative, Emma Reilly,

John D. time. member'hip. Helen Dick: nation r tavern I II.

i: al security Thelma Smith, Pan-

American study Lois Sjoblom:

1.No poppy Ruth Kuykenddll: ; publicity 125 South Tamiami Trail Verice {
IL/ I
JUSTICECOUNTY d Ter .*,w (newspaper), Peggy Simpson:

SIT' XAl I sell* rehabilitation: Mable Surls, cold I. "The Bright Spot on the Trail" II

I star memorial Mary Eddy, girl's

i state, Mae Wrede: scho'arships, QUALITY DRINKS AT POPULAR PRICES

Violet Wallace. Delicious Sandwiches When You Are Hungry a


.JUDGE "SENIORS"' PACKAGE DEPARTMENT '

WINDOW SHOPPERS Continued from Page One) I

Owen Conway; City Attorney
A We nil One Cent Sale
Young Man of Of course Paul I Melrov.I Street Foreman
like to "window shcp"and
Good Chandler ..- \I'e welcome Raymond Elite!: : City Clerk, Buy a Fifth of

your Interest In our Gladys B'an; Superintendent of
Honorable DignityANY stock oC line but Inexpensive Public Works and Bulldinn'I BELLOWS SPECIAL RESERVE at $3.75

jewelry. An/feel: Bionson; Pu-erlnteident of Water And for ONE FVIROI'tNN: ) You Receive a
YEARS EXPERIENCE you don't need to
N SCOUTING that you have to buy .J Works Yolnnria B"jJ-y. Miniature of the Fame Brand

MOVEMENT ....VOli don't ...JU3t
GtVES HIM AN UNDER- look. We 11 be glad E

TANDINQ OP THE: PROB- to,1ft show gpstlons"you any or It In e If DependableService Special Values

1 OF YOUTH. '
our stC're. Puerto Rican Rum $2.89 fifth

YOU NEED HIM KNOWLES VF SPECIALIZE Products IN John Collins Gin . . . $2.95 fifth |
Chrysler

For YourJuvenile JEWELERS Milshire Gin . . $2.00 pint i

Judge Post office Arcade NOKOMISGARAGE Merito Imported Brandy $3.00 fifth |

Pedro Domecq Imported Sherries $1.95 fifth ; !

| YOUR VOTE IS NEEDED Wm. Penn Whiskey . . $3.29 fifthTaylor' |

And Will Be Appreciated New York State Wine $1.00 fifthn'it1
GEORGE: T. DXVLXN .
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VENICE GONDOLIER Thursday, May 2i,
Pate ZishtY


VEN ICI .NOIO I IS HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS

PARTICIPANTS IN FIRST ANNUAL

CITY GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT! DAY


MAY 21 1948 at the following business establishments, as listed
FRIDAY
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Student Managers Will Be In Charge From 2 to 4 p.m., :

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( SALE BEGINS MOND.AU \\
Orders! taken 2 to 4 p m. Pi day fur Delivery Saturday
Stock Reduced 15 Per ten)

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PICTURE IDENTIFICATION
PICTURE IDENTIFICATION
Of Senior Class Members t
Of Senior
I Class Members
Left-hand (column tau to bottom:'Gladys Bron Otis Bronson. Rilhl
ti -hand Will
\uLindi Lee column top to bottom; Andy Malanca
Briley
Viifinia!
BolI'drn. Maxine Halvorson. Paul Evan. Owen
Mcliey, Raymond Edge Joseph Carl Bloneth Sue Ann Everett Conway. Roland Franklin Edward KM, Jllequelblt
(center). Bowt. Bettye ZeUfler.. Marilyn MlkeielL ,(Mn. Pearl. Plummer II
class sponsor.) .


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