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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Hanchey Namedew I '

YEP! PAST WEEK Englewood Legion to .

Chief of Policey I WILL LIVE IN '

I JOE'S MEMORY Stage 4th of July ,


City CouncilAppointment ;l J. J. "Joe" Jossart Venice Fish Fry Celebration I

i plumber and one of the leading I.
of H. O. "Herb" .
Hanchey, Jr.. as chief of police; I bowlers of this
district has
lucceed Gerry Pestotnlk. who has resigned. a tni A big fish fry and field day, expected to draw hundreds of visitors .f
effective June 10, i PIe reason for
was remembering this
lommended last Tuesday night by Mayor Louis from all parts of the Florida Oulf Coast( will be staged at Englewood ,'
Suter and approved j particular week, he ,,
even If lives
I : on the Fourth
of
the city council. I July for the benefit of the building fund of
] Hanrhey has been night policeman here for the j to be a hundred. Lemon Bay Post No, 276, American Legion. t f
and was recommended for past year and a i First last Saturday mOl'Olnll'i I Major William Jonas commander of the post, this week an- .t 'I'I (.
---- | Joe became a grandfather, with pounced that J. "
i post by Pestotnlk when he D. "Jack" Tate
fitted his teslgnatlon. Diplomas Given : the birth of a six-pound, 14-ounce has been appointed general chairman -
Economy Movean boy to his daughter, Mrs. Joe Car- 130-lb. Fish of the event. Tat. announced :

economy move Mayor To 17 SeniorsAt I reno cf Tampa.Second Still Leads in Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Olascott IJ I

suggested that Hanchey last Monday moininj: have been! appointed to handle .

Itlnue to work nights during High SchoolWith while helping an employee move I Tarpon TourneyRoger publicity with other chairmen 13
I summer and be "on call" dut- a heavy piece of equipment, said be announced next week.A 1

I the daytime. Chief Pestotmk a "standing room only" equipment drooped on Joe's right Townsend's 130-pounder Softball game between 11 '
led to such an arrangement audience: present. 17 seniors of foot. He suffered a broken toe. continued to lead in the 18th An- 'Youngsters and Oldsters" races ':! '

the ground that It would be iiward Venice-Nokomis High School last Third last Tuesday evenlnf. nual international Tarpon Tournament for young and old, game of val'I*
( step for fast-growing I eight received their diplomas In Joe's son Richard Dean Jossart which entered IW! fourth ious kinds booths, and many oth- I,
tee t&f distinctly unfair to an Impressive ceremony in the graduated from Sarasota Hlgn week today with a 128'/a-pound er special events are being arranged I I I

: an officer who has been onIj school auditorium. School. silver king caught by August J. for the big Fourth of July "
all night to answer calls Verman Klmbrougn county superintendent Yep! Jossart will certainly Naumann of Bridgeport. Mich., celebration, which will be held In '

the daytime. of public instruction, remember the past week. holding down second place Nan- Englewood's new public park. :;! Ii

was agreed, after consider presented the diplomas and four mann got his tarpon off The The fish fry will be staged from :,: I i
discussion, that Mayor Suter of the five county school board !I Betty Lee Johnston I Pines last work, while fishing 11 a m. to :2 pm., with the val'f,
Jud! discuss: the situation furtis- members William Coe Mrs. I with Capt. Jack Mo re. lous contests being held both be* 1

luith Hanchey and report back Ruth.C. Butler, Perry Hayes and ; Chosen to Go Highlights of the past week's fore and after the dinner. {

|the city council. D. C. Klckliter were present. I fishing Included the catch of sev- .

One Meeting The Rev. George L. Harper To Girls StateBetty i en tarpon lunging in weight from Rotary Club to ,J ,
the council voted to hold only .
pastor of
the Venice-Nokomis 40 to 96 pounds and taken on medium 1 .
( meeting per month duringe Methodist Church was unable to Lee Johnston, daughter of tackle by Robert Shanley of Sponsor Scouts
July and August. It willie take his scheduled part In the Mr and Mrs. J. A.. Johnston of Nokomis. "

I the first Tuesday of each ceremonies having been called to I Nokomis, has been chosen by her Another unusual feature was! It WAS announced this week ,C

nth. attendance at the current Meth- schoolmates and the faculty of the catch made by Mrs. OeorgjVoungbtrg. that the Venice-Nokomis Rotary :i
pity Attorney M. A. Braswell odist conference in Miami. In hU Venice-Nokomis High School to Venice grandmother Club will sponsor the local Boy- .

stead Klckliter gave the Invocation attend Girls State In Tallahasseethe yesterday off Punta Gorda Beach. Scout trocp which has been Inactive .
SPECIAL NOTICE and Hayes said the benediction week of June 14 as the official She landed a 70-pounder after a tn recent months due to I

(The tltv council this week representative of the auxiliary of battle of one hour and 20 minutes lack of a sponsor. '" f
ilhorlzrd Guy Curwood to Awards No-Vel post of the American Le- during which her fish made nine Mayor Louis Suter was appointed :

se the city building Inspec- Principal Homer E. Mikesell gion. jumps. She steadfastly refused chairman of the Rotary Boy Ill f s( '
''i office all day ;Tuesdays presented several awards including Last year the auxiliary sent Virginia any assistance, according to Stan Scout committee with his assistants
id Saturday during the .sumn one to his own daughter Bowden daughter of Mr. and Helen Richardson with whom being Homer Mlkesell the :
monlhs. Curwood said. Marilyn. She received the Lewis and Mrs. H. S. Bowden of Venice, she and net husband were fishing Rev. D. Campbell Crawford. J. T.

'wever. that he will be on calleient $400 per year scholarship award, to Girls State which annually affords as guests on their boat Blalock A. W. Moremen, Robert f I'
of emergencies. Rood for attendance at either several hundred Florida "Squirt." Mrs. Youngberg said it S. Baynard, Ben Dunn and Otis i .
Florida State University or the high school girls an cpportunity was the first tarpon she hat Bronson. ,
omied the council that letters University of Florida. She won I to learn about government at first caught since 1928.Summer !

>e been sent the honor after taking a county- hand.
to all delinquent I j Events I
Payers serving notice that the wide examination In competitionwith ( Mae Wrede I is the Girls State Rec' Coming I ?{

Plans to start' foreclosure seniors of not only Venlce- chairman of the local auxiliary.
Nokomis but Saiasota Highas
High
Ceding- the near future if Program Plans Thursday, June 3 :
t taxes are not paid up. well. 'Night, of Games'Raises I All day, Jefferson Davis Birth- +"'i'I
Other awards went to: Edwari
torje Mitchell, local barber :Near Completion day, bank closed, I I
I Maurice Keys athletic; Raymond
saner of seven lots in Edge- : $384.72 12.15; p.m., Venl e.Nokomb Ro- :
Warren Edge citizenship: Virginia -
asked Plan for southern Sarasota
the
council to revive tary Club meets, Venice Country
"10 cent on the dollar back Gertrude' Bowden, salutatorian For Band Fund County's participation In the bill Club.! I

ettlement" plan which would I ; Paul Emmett Melroy. summer recreation program ire 6:13: p.m., Informal supper, f
t property owners to clear valedictorian: Louis Roland Representing the net profit rapidly being completed. It was card par'y Venice Country Club.

delinquent taxes for the .1927- Franklin shop. from the "Night of Games" entertainment disclosed this week by Charley 7.00: p.m., Venice Lions Club
period. He argued these tack held at the Venice Oadd. Ve-No-HI coach who will meets Venice Country Club.
ea only result In the city' Dick and Pappas Civic Auditorium last Friday be In charge. Assisting him will Friday June 4 I
ute to collect anything the night a check for $38472 was be Miss Ruth jelks and Mrs. Hazel -
on 7 a.m,-7 p.m., second primaryrun
rty Involved and that 10 per Launch New Drug turned over to Mrs. Oecrge Hlgel Woodard. -off election for supreme court
collections would be bettern P.T.A. treasurer, yesterday by The "rec" program will get under
post, Justice T. Frank Hobson
nothing. Store in NaplesJames Paul Ooldensteln of the Alpha. way Monday June 21 and vs. ,
Attorney Oeneral Tom Watson.
aYor Suter said he favored Institute of Music sponsor of me will run through August zo. special
7 p.m.p.m.., Woman's Club
well't idea of reviving the "10 M. Dick and Louis .1. affair. events for all age groups -
free
library open. Venice Civic
cent settlement" ordinance Pappas owners of The Rexail The money Is to be used to help adults as well as children will Auditorium. ,
[ (Continued on Page Three) Store! In Venice this week disclosed buy instruments for the Venlce- be staged each week from Monday
they have expanded their Nokomis High School band. through Friday. Saturday, June 5
operation] to Include launching of Vernon O. Beattie was chaIr- Last day of school.

WeatheR a drug store In Naples. It, too, man In charge of the "Night of GRADUATES Monday, June 7
will be known as The Rexall Games" entertainment. Among the 146 members of 10 m.-12 noon. Woman's Chits'
Store. Stetson University's largest graduating free library open. Venice Civic
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PERATURE. RAINFALL Mr. and Mrs. Pappas left last VACATION TRIPS class in history who re- Auditorium.
Hick Uw I....... week for Naples to take over personal Trlxle Nelson of the Charm ceived diplomas at commencement 7:30 p.m., Softball game Payne

Ivlous rainfall .._.._...*,,.,., 1.31 management of the new Beauty Salon this week is visitinga exercises In DeLand last Park Sarasota Venice vs. VFW
urs". May 27 ..._ 86 63 0.00 store. Mr. and Mrs. Dick will continue sister In Lake Worth. Florida. Monday was Bradford Miller of (second game).
.. May 28 ...._.. 88 88 0.00 to reside In Venice, with Upon her return In a few days Venice. He received a Bachelor of S p.m., monthly meeting Cub

.. May 29 ..........,89 7J, OJO Dick directing operations of the her partner Lucile Blalock and Science degree.IN Scouts, Baptist Church Sunday

May 30 ........ M 85 9.00 local drug store. Both stores art her son. Bobby, will leave for School room. s
May 31 ...? ._.. 80 83 0.00 among the most complete and Watch Hill R. I., for a week's ORLANDOMr. Wednesday Jane 9
51 rainfall for month, ?, Ml largest drug and sundry estate Visit. They will make the trip and Mrs. J. E. Bartlett of 10 in.-12 noon Woman's Club '
June 1 __"_ 88 83 0.00 Ushments on the Florida West with her father and mother. Mr. Venice this week are spending a free library open, Venice Civic
June 2 __ 'O; ISO] and Mrs 6. 8:Blackburn. few days In Orlando. Auditorium. 1 '
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VENICE GONDOLIERIN Thursday, lulu t

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TUNE WITH JUNE CHURCHES ,

VENICE-NOKOMIS
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h' TNWK 70t Gloria L. Il.rprr MliM.41 .
(: IB. Sunday Srhcil'; ,
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.-1 do not agree with a "or< YOU as,, but 1\11; defend t 10 a.m. Sunday S.hnoi Stevie"Wa
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with my lite your right to toy it.VOLTAIREPublished Lapp
I p.m. Church itrvlri.
every Thursda Editorial and business office. 313 West
Venice Avenue, \' nlre.. Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. FIRST No-.BAPTisT.1 Muml CHURCH Aveavt
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PRESS ASSOCIATION Venlce
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Entered .. .ond-cl.1. matter June 6, 194i, .t the> put officer .-qe GIVES 'TS4Est (ii p.m.. B'TU. '
at"tnice, Florid, under the Act of March 3. 1879. "P IATMC 1.an p.m. Evening 'tnlr>'
HE Wtdntidir. T lib .11, a
" month., $1.501.t"r... SINCE WEe p pr.e. IIrVlce.
Suh.criplion rates One year, $250! six ) _
month., 75c. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 rrrUS fix
) .: I cent per word. for each additional l word. ST.' MARK'S CHURCH EPISCOPAL
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'ARBOLL
( II WILLIAMSHELEN Editor and Publisher If161tr1M .' Dr. Leonard W. g State pry
MILIHMSHOWARD Office Manager A 1 Priest In Charge, '

I BRILEY .. Shop Foreman tohfor fourth 11 .Sundays m. Morning of each Hnirt nvntk. soy m.

(Also, filth !:undo, In M., ..4 I
HE 11111PPED"I'llE GIANT
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I Venice AttnuiItSfe1
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Power politics were plummeted! over the parapet: : ) VENICE SOFTBALL TEAM :, 8.,.h.,,;

Tuesiiivhi'n Fuller Warren: adopted son ot Jackson- t-JO p..... PrwhlnirThundir. ,
.. T:au l> m Youni
villa f into the governor's chair: by preference NIPS ROBARTS-SIUNNON: Servie.
was pushed Friday, '-I p.m., h.,(it '"Pi'll.,,

(If the pe('pie.Jacksonville. Although the v'ct'm of fc.iiVu'olc! l plays during' the game, the

has small:\! right to be proud. The votes City of Venice softbaliorj! came through with cue bin inning and defeated VENICE CATHOLIC CHLKQ
Hawse .t TMIPI A....,
+ : ienarren in Uu\al! Onint\ was pitiful. Some blame RobarU. hJlmon, !5 to 3. last Monday night at Payne ParkIn VenieRev.
artsShannollfor C. L. EW. Pinea.m.
Saia-ota The win rave the Venetians a tie with Ro
.
1-,+ it ( in his counts campaign: committee, sa) in? it comprised) second place In the American League Mass.

; too mam chiefs not enough Indians persons who Venice scored four runs in the
y fifth inning to put the game on OldTimeKevivUnder
themselves' but who
imagine political sages( :are pretty
ice. although RobarU-Shannon
phone\ when it comes t to< the rather: messy job of :\\rner. scored once in the last of the fifth Softball Way Her

in!? individual votes. and again In the sixth. Billy Han- Standings
kins was the winning! pitcher. An old-time Pentecostal I!
\\lutever the cause of his embarrassing here I
I I The box score: I American League) Is now being conducted
with machine
% a state canJidate gaining the same number
Venice .%b R It Po A T evening at 8 o'clock In the
ot, \otes he did between primaries: ))url11ians"ho were i Oakley, ss 4 n n I 2 0
building on the left on East P
n't, bright enough! : to I figure out the benefits to this Alnuer, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Land (>' Sun .. .. .__ .w I 0 L too Pcl. ice Avenue by the Rev. C
.y Jones cf 4 I 0 0 2 0 City ..I Venlce I .8H
lion' of a I Duv.-il: ought to Jo a little sec-I I
governor, ; Brobst, If _, .. ... 3 2 2 I 0 0 KotmrU.KhxnIllintan ... .. .. __ t I .667 Truitt Assembly Ocd Inc
Hid! nut Warren: been so patently superior to Smith. Sb .. 3 I 1 2 0 0Lanlus VfW. ____. t I .sal list.
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opponent' it could be understood. Dirty lies were cir- ,:1 lb 2 o' 1 8 0 I This Sunday at 8 pit\.
Dunn. 2o ... I 0 0 I I \I tIMIS; GAMES
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mated about Warren's private life Some would Re" to Kn.l.y June 4, Rob.ru-.Sh.nm.n Vs.Lund will be a, special servicewashil' 01 i
Keys, 3 0 0 1 0 1 .
C U' Sun.
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blame these fabrications. Warren :actually: i is so clean i i M?n. VFW. land a communionice
Hankins
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Mf.lnf..iKy. Jim 1. land O' gun
md wholesome his human duplicate rarely: I lives. His ------1 |lunnt.m's to which everyone is I inr

statement of thanks was deeply religion, genuine and I Totals 27 !5 5 21 8 3 I II WEEK'S RESILTEIVinm : The R v. Truitt also Invites;
t. R"ban.-Mhannnn II; Land O'I
sincere. I Robarts-Shannun\ I Bun ID. VtW IhW II, lll.nton. I. I one to "come and bring YOU/III

\\ :arren is going to make' Florida: a surprisingly good:: Bently c .. .. >4 0 0 6 0 11 I steal Instruments each even

jjitvernor. \ scattering of thieves who may be relishing !' Hancock If 3 0 I 0 0 0I Instrument FundDance

H personal: profits are going! to get a whale of a surprise I Harvey 2b 3 I 2 3 J 0 "Sick R.4I I.. Mk.lc 11', I. v....'
Johns 3b .. 2 I I 0 3 2 Set for
t An honest t, capable governor will be a novelty. i iAimvay I
i Howell cf :2 0 I 0 0 0 Modern Test Equipment
Kw Warren owes small debts to any. He got Chestnut FS 0 0 0 0 0 0 Friday, June 11 Genuine Parts Free fslimaill

his money, largely;: from personslio love Florida, and Cain, Ib 1 0 0 9 0 0
free of commitments. Never in politics has ;:anyone Roehr, rf .. 3 1 0 0 0 0 Next in the series of summer I HONE Itiil

Owed so tew so little." i Tucker. p .. 3 0 I 0 0 0 events being co-sponsored by the
Alderman ss 0 0 1 0 Vcnlce-Nokomis Woman's Club VENICERADIO
Fuller Warren's dynamic personality his tireless ,| : .! and Ccmmunlty Service Clu1 tort

energy and his courageous frontal attack tin the Caldwell I Totals 25! 3 6 I 21 7 4 benefit of the high school SERVICEa

machine won fur him not the advice heaped onto I I Score by Innings: band instrument fund will be 151 W. \'rnlee'ellue
dance it announced this week
was
him by tHese learned political aides who were heavy in i Venice 000 140 0-5! i I by Mis. Charles McO. Roberts and CECIL II ('RI\1
that department but light and in the I Robarts-Shannon 000
; lacking leg work. 111 0-3 Mis A. L. Blalock. cochairmen.The I

Warren won in !spite of his aides, not because of I Runs batted In: Oakley 1. dance will be held from

them. Smith 2'Lanius I. Bently I, Howell &:30 p.m. to midnight on Friday.
1. Two base hits: Smith Johns. June 11, at the Venice Civic Au- ENGLE'STEA
There was a pure of heart, Jim I I.anion'arren'
Three base hits: Brobst. Double ditorium. Music will be furnishedby
wartime: friend and constant companion during the campaign ROOM
Johnny
plays' Cain (unassisted ,I. Harvey. Edmondson and his
l.andon: actually was campaign manager: if there Harvey to Cain Johns to Harveyto Sarasota Tarponeen. Englewood

was such. And, a gold one. He didn't seek publicity Cain. Base on balls off Tuck. Assisting Mrs. Roberts and Mrs.

nor self :aggrandizement\ was humble in executing the: I er 4 Hankins 4. Struck out, by Blalock In handling: the dance arrangements u Telephone Venice MM

errands as well as the major matters assigned him. Tucker 5, Hankins !5. Hits off are the following, II
Tucker !5 In 7 innings off Han Mrs. 11. S. Bowden Mrs. George OPEN ALL \ E1tI
His sole aim was to see his friend win. He wasn't king 6 In 7 Innings. Winning pit. Hi gel, Mrs. H. E. Weltz. Mrs.! A.

interested in establishing a record by getting his name in cher: Hankins. Losing pitcher: L. Hider, Mrs. Louis Siegel, Mrs Hours: Jt-I 5:31 .1

:all the papers. Had there been another l.andon: for Du- Tucker. Umpires: Cladln Math- Vincent Dixon Mrs. George T I

val, its sorry vote would have been better. ews and Eskew. Time of game: Devlin and Mrs. Barry Wimblsh. .
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strong and forgiving.( He likely even will defend thoseof VISITING HERE

us so terribly guilty ot letting him down in his home Master Allen E. Bartlett Jr., of I EL PATIO HOTEL

community. I I Brandon. Fla., h a guest this wrekof Convenient to Business District and Beach
his uncle and aunt Mr. and !25 W. Venice 4w. VENICE FLORIDA Phone JP'
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FRED B. KINO. OWNERof Phone I SUMMER MONTHS

Punta Qorda Close Saturday at One
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ESTATE FOR SALEA FOR SUE BUSINESS:' PERSONALS REAL ESTATE FOR SALE I FOR RENTTHkrT ,

YEAR OLD Hens foot' 45e ". ace
COMPLETE: Mr. Hinklrjr, Nokomli. > IP INTERESTED In Word'Mullaney. 'a men baldIna. .
either brick or Mock work nil J. K. Hill FURNISHED: Flv........ frame limitGurnB. j All electric ROOM apartment kitchro Year '......n.. Mart
REAL ESTATE SERVICE "' CHEVROLET ...;P.. Mauler De.axe. V'slice 8174.REI.IAHLE. .. Thrtf InU See Mm Hlnklry. Hakomii. mouth. OlUKuMo lyoni nor ....
Good II.... n d lo. *l"l. R. G. 8"rp" on Siwtb Tmi.ur. U..nd ro.d. 4
RmtabYER8 eon. Hutment An.... Farm Rued. r. O. baby sitter by day or hour.
.. Box 592. V.nk-e. Call Venice 260S. I DESIRABLE SELECTION ot business
FORT AREA a.dof and residential .1'.. In city of Venice
;"vrtmtthe Slll'THIon: FLORIDA Mod- keU FURNITURE of all Yen.IM CONCRETE WORK and tOY.klnll. Louis by owner If Int.niited. nuKff<*t you ,nllf.t. 2f.i
.I. .to r. beautiful, iverfront ..UUCMHI > Trading Poet, 237 W. id.v Adurlan. Phone Venice 2666. ... .. .... Box H8. Venice, Fla. FOR QUICK. RELIABLE 1 t
Including Impro. Phone 2602
IUMUMU --- SERVICE. CALL
unimproved tropical islands, beach Enl Cottrell Paul N... .
,1 HOUSE. double porous career .pert.
,0,10'. fishing 1 cI..... business FORD SKI'AN, Twu.dr, Flea P.D.Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANING meal end 10 ...m <.( l.nd. Priced M ...11. : VenicePlumbing
,eunitie. and inrnme !", I.elyd. Good : I Modern pumping tqulpmrnt. Work IIYnr.on.t. I'h"
"J" motor Four nn tires. 1 Carl UDtnlorfrnlc." Ily-Wny nr I
hune 1(31 .
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...,... t'nnrte. trailer tO. hot.I.. | him Sarasota 70-640 or Venice
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or Box 2071.
D. ran Venire (iutrdIlrr.NICK Shop
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M"h5i"Y!
If said .",.11...tract..l" Send for. .fr.ermtlve A YOUNG FRYERS, U rent lb.on S-ROOM FURNISHED HOUKF $ Box 14, Venice Phone 2153
rental l r foot .
II STRONG
"pkte : cents Ib, drnwl. 'K. G. Sim,, STURDY PLANTS for Plot.Ida .
lund Located 5'1
fullers and maps if this tropwtlMi Most U moved of un
non Hutment Acn.. Form Road, P. o. l.ndnc.ping low prim. itoln mail nHrwood I'honit14 .
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Wax .45. Venice. UI.ROY'9 NURSERY Laurel
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TFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS Turn right at Laurel Port Office

First Street Fort Mora, Fl.rlila LEGAL NOTICES -
LEARN n.n..m I.n.ln. Arthur Mur. PI1TBIRGII: :
"E>tr>.thhii In Rial Enlnte" ray In-trvctim. Fur information call
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V,nice 26111. Mrs. Vernon O. Beattie of Venice !
Mh the USUAL .UNUSUAL NOTICE OF I :
DISSOLUTION IF PARTNERSHIP GENERAL HAULING and ei.ntlactiii plans to leave June 17 for :
Ul Noll.I.. hereby given that the Yard: work. Murk fill dirt, .hell, ..nd: Pittsouigh. Pa, to visit her I I
Pete }:dpi! Pncin
lirtnvrnnlp heretofore 2012.
SITfATIOV WANTED J. J. J.....rt .nd (i. L.MMIHK Kities ul.between under :_ grandson. William Eaton Bit" I FOR EXPERT SHOE REPAIR c:. TeRalph's

the firm, ".an, of....Ja.rart-Kincaid.. was .on and help him celebrate his sixth I Shoe Repair
May U 194H. dl Krd by mutual e.n..ntuf Nearly 100
JOB Hritlne ...- anywhere........ FvltrNFfri both the members. Ih.ivof. Enjoy birthday. She plans; to be gone O.p nun Station SARASOTA
R.f. furnfnhel. ,
rHti'Mir All prr"in> IncHited Ui .aid firm are \.nlr. Atfi.cn Milfh.ll. Barker Shop
run, Peril R..rin..1"" Bay Trail. nxju-Ktwt to adjUKt raid Inilfhtrdnm with about a month.
Pirk phi.. 25'lt.TIDE J. 3, JoKHart who nu been dt<.iirnatelby 1 Bowling LagueDinnerDance
both of std |>.rtnfni to chain the biuinwn -
matters of <.I| All creditor of Mill, firm >.. alto noivimtivt
hi Mnd .totem.-nt. of their claims AUTOS BICYCLES
TABLES IA Mid J. J. JiMwNit in order. that they .iff
may he adiu>t. Nnlr.: In hereby given that t'. and enjoyable affairs of o 0 DANNY'S PAINT SHOP i t tr
VENICE INLET: IHirtnrrihlp lately .uI.lInll" l between the
vndi.niirnnl. J. J. Jn...rt and G. I.. Kiieaid its kind of the season the first
.iFunfa Rasa Correction) I, carrying on a brr.ine.l *. plumb.Ini annual dinner-dance of the VenIce Old Fire Station Fast Venice Avenue
e'.nlr.nton. at UI Writ Venire A\O.
Hit U.W n_ Venlrr Fla. under the'lot>lr or firm I Men's Bowling League last t
of mart-Kinrald wnt on May 15 I"1I>. 444x44'44
., J'".. I ':11. m. 1:25. m. ........I..d by mutual mn.eM. and that Saturday night at the Venire 4444444d44f4f44Ct4444f444444IVI11
II M7 p m. 1:or p.m.ri the bunlneu In the future will be .ir.rM Country Club was attended by When You Want A Plumber Bad
.... on hr the said J. J. J.....rt alone
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JIIM 4 IdiOi 1 GI
am : twain will pay and dl..h...... all d..lit. nearly] 109 local keglers and their :
1:41 ... Be Sure That He Is GOOD t
p. and llahilltlen. and receive all m np>"< i Ii
puests
Fl, June I 12::21 .,m. 1.11 a m. payable tn the laid tale lIml. t a
10:86 a.m. .:25 pm.Oft. J. J. JOSSARTG. Stan Richardson, president of i Dependable Plumbing:1:
:. I. KINCAID :
June 4 1:29. a m. 1:11. m. the league presented a large team III
Pnl.lMu jump I. 10. 17. U. "C" Contracting Repairing 4:
11 iM ..m. 7 tog p.m. !
-r..", Jnni. 1 S.30 am. 1,01. m. trophy to Smyth Brohard sponsor Full Line Fixtures and Materials i
of Smltty. the team that captured
II 41 '.m. 7:55 1' ''. '
..... TACK MEETING Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings 1 r
Jun. 1 U:22 f mf :U p m. I the roll-off championship the I il"
*.. June 0 I ill? p.m. e:34 p m. Cub Scouts of this district will' previous night In a match with LET US FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES: GIVEN ,
n JIIIH 10 I.U. .mO 10.80
'r. |< p.m.
hold their monthly meeting at 8 Rand R. and Individual cigarette JOSSART PLUMBING CO. r l ,
-- lighter trophies to each member
i next Monday In the Sunday
pm. Phone 3601 of
Venice Florida
I of Smltty' Brohard Jud Cur- i.
ComplimentsOF School loom of the Baptist wood Guy Curwood and Leroy wrapwpra 111111/as J tats.pww ..,w,114rrr,l 't

Church it was announced yesterday Deroche. One trophy also will bs f
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by Cirtmaiter Jack Wilkinson. mailed to the fifth member of the '

Plastic Boat A surprise entertainment championship squad. George: Per- EXCEL LUMBER! CO. ; .
Age'
program will be put on by Den 2, lick who recently left for the t

andEquipment composed of boys nom Edgewoodand I North.J. Long\ Leaf Yellowheart Pine !

Nokomis. Peter and Bob Haines Tidewater Ked Cypress

Co. I were In charge of arrangementsfor Phone 3377 1432 N. Orange Ave. .
the dinner-dance.
It Pay To Play Sarasota, Florida : i ItPt t'

Distributor of r
Tricraft Fiberglas Boats FOR YOUR FISHING AND City Council o- j

SPORTING NEEDS. Represented in Venice by
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Retailer
of SEE I'S FIRST P. L. HAYNES Phone 2615
Marine which had been In effect for two

Suppliesand R&R and one-half years but expired J' '

last January 1.ExCouncilman. ;
EquipmentON SPORTING GOODS"The Finn Casper '

: THE TR4IL Florid. Fport.m.n'i Rnetl.lUt" sen. speaking from the audience Do Away with Drop Curtains l '
OPP. Venice Nuk.mla Sank oolnlon had been requested -
after his
NOKOMIS: FLORIDA Phone 3132 by the council pointedout LET IT RAIN LET IT POUR ; :

that the ordinance had been Install

extended last year "and you've got

to take a stand sooner or later." AIR 0 BLIND
Councilman George Bolts 1
Attention
agreed declaring: "We've adopteda

foreclosure policy and we can't .

make special settlements for certain -
400 CLUBSouth Aluminum
indIviduals. It's not fair to

those people who have faithfully
Tamiami Trail Sarasota
their taxes all
and promptly paid tt Metal

WILL BEGIN OUR SUMMER ENTERTAINMENT these years" I

Caspcrsen suggested that In

FRIDAY, JUNE 4 some cases If the back taxes cometo AwningsJalousies

more than the assessed value.
Featuring
"then the city could properly

FLO, Our Vocalist make an adjustment."

The council took no definite
Music by THE MELODY FOUR' action. Mrs. Helga Roess-Sledi I

All drink reduced for the summer season. city clerk and tax collector re-

All legal beverages and package liquors ported. incidentally, that tax collections Outside Venetian Type AwningsYour

so far this year amountto Porch and Breezeway Will be Cool, Dry
MIKE ALBRIGHT Manager
82 per cent. Any Color No Extra Charge

Call us for Free Estimate No Obligation

Dependable


GOLF COURSE Service Venice

SPECIALIZE IN
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OPEN TO PUBLICV. Chrysler Products

Furniture Co.
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FEE . . $1.20 NOKOMISGARAGE
R. G. HAINES Owner
Uneludlni TM)
321 West Venice Ayenue' Venice Florida

VENICE CLUB Phone 3133
COUNTRY GEORGE T. DEVLIN Tune In for 15 minutes Music 4:30: Sunday, WFLA. Tamp
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'Thursday. June >
VENICE GONDOLIER
wage Four 9

'I" ,..m,' ""1'11' iiinitgl VISITING: TIME JtaOPfMQ ,
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Freemans Resign I II LETTERS To The EDITOR I Ihhm i Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. W.Ralph: B. WUley OTiMand'and Root ALVIN Wort P.of JONES All Ends

... daughters.
of 1 "I.
.4s Managers ---- Plionr : But. 217}
"'" I HI 11I1 I 11111 Mrs. H. P. Stockwa: : of Memphis. Hack__

Manhattan Farms The Weirs N. H. Venice Fla. Term are visiting Mrs. Jennie
Dear Carroll:
DIM Mr. Williams: Chenault of Edjewood
thank for helpIng
We wish to you
Mr and Mrs. d W. Freeman We are wondering If we madea -
a -
benefit party
to make our
Uus week announced they ha ve1f'1tml'd mistake leaving Sunny Floridafor great success. We would also like GONDOLIER C1 leis led Ads
the consistent weather we
a. manager of the large have been experiencing here. I through the medium of Tile Gondolier cost little, yet produce fine air
to convey our sincerest 3131 before
Manhattan Kaims project east of say "consistent" advlsedY.:; Whenit G. Seattle ut) Just phone Venice -
Man-i rains and the glass remains be- thanks to Mr. Vernon 5 p.m. Wednewltys.! |I
volunteer -
his committee and all the
. tween the lower and upper 40'ifor r. aBE
hattan ?alms operations here for workers, guests and residents!
18 out of the 23 days in May
9 the past 10 year. I can think of no better descrip- who made this benefit possible.
The following Is the financial IN TURF
They me leaving for the North tive adlectlve report: AFTER YOU H\VE WITH JUNE

0 this week, for John P. Wright
Carolina intains
+ rr' mo Amount collected .... .... $495.011 READ THIS COPT June especially lt ,
:a lninIJ''ac: tton. after which Contribution ...... ..... ... .. .:l5 month for uoddlngi.
J-Tmnan plans '0 loin his brother NEED PRINTING: amount Possibly youxp brec
Additional OF THE GONDOLIER Invited to one or t
tat
n IV matanylocd business I Phone THE GONDOLIER. collected ..................... .. 93 61 How about guilt
in Honduras Central Ameiica Venice 3131. IT Come In and let m
WHY NOT fUlL
$588.89Expenses show you many thine

L Paid .............. .... $201.11 to please the brtJt
IV A HURRY TO SOME; FRIEND and groom beautiful
* items that you cos
i PHONE 3461 $387 '/2 purchase without n;t

If No Answer, Call 2953 Due ..... ............................ .... 3 00 ('r NORTH' denting your oudset
t VENICE TAXI
rffa $384 '12 KNOWLESJEWELERS
+ t 'DRIV KIT CARS FOR RENT
r
The net proceeds of $384 72 was

ENGLEWOOD turned over to Mrs. George Hlgel, BENEFIT SIPPERS Post Officerrade
Every Friday Night
treasurer P.-T.A. Venice-Nokomii
AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY 6 to I
of p.m.
High School, for the purchase
Delicious Home Cooked! Food
'
NOW OFFERS band Instruments
SOcCHIRTH
ONE DAY COMPLETE Sincerely.
OF GOD
Mona and Paul Ooldensteln
t <' Laundry Service Alpha Institute of Music East Venice Avenue

Shine" P.S. Mr. Frank Berger of Venice
Wash "Rain or
and Tampa donated a Trom-
Use Our Dryer Tumbler bone.Smitty's. GIVE GRADUATE A

Discuss, four Laundry Problems' With t',
Portable Battery Radio
;' Call Venice 3385 Bowlers
$20.93 $54.95

Defeat R and R RCA-Victor Stewart-Warner

Arvin PhUco
CONGRATULATIONS: \ To Trw For ChampionshipWinning Remington-Rand Typewriter $79.50

GRADUATING CLASS of Remington Electric Shaver $17.50
four out of five games

VEMrr-NOKOMIS: HIGH SCHOOL and scoring a total of 3,196 pins ALPHA MUSIC SHOPOpposite

1 to their opponents' 3.004, Smltty
ThcUr Phone Venice 3C1
captured the Venice Men's Bowl-
Charm Beauty SalonTRIMF Ing League championship tropny

-'_ LtClLE last Friday night at the Bo U-
kade in a roll-off match with the
Phone 2811 Rand R Sporting Goods squad. KAPPELMAN'S DRIVE-IN

CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY Both team were minus one of (FORMERLY: TAYLOR'S DRIVE-IN,
their regular players. and bowled

with but four men each.P. aRr -
F. Mack of R and R turnedIn
NOW! EVLKY E\: EKING! AT !8 the highest game of the eve- DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS

We Are Gmducting an Old-Time ning, a 196 while Jud Cumood SEA FOOD

Pentecostal Revival of Smltty's had high! series, 176. FRIED CHICkENPIIONI :
166. 158. 189. 177-866.
in the last buiHing\ on the left on Other member of the two : 2081 -

East Venice Avenue, Venice. squads and their series totals O ii' Mte Nokomis Community Well

r '" were:
"I SUNDAY .- 8 P.M. SMITTY'SGuy
Sprrlal Foot Washing and Communion Service \.... ,H4H..
Curwood. 790, Leroy De-
COME and Bring! Your Musical Instruments Each Evening 1 roche. 749; Smyth Brohard. 711 !
REV. C. D. TRUITT, RAND R RELAX ATsmitty's

Assembly of God Evangelist P. F Mack 768:: Ben Dunn.

730, I. V. Blorseth. 742; Stan
Richardson 764.Marriage. I tavern

Lawns Maintained and

Property Cared For LicenseApplications 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice

During Your Absence "Beit Drinks in TownAt Popular Prices"

Close Correspondence Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry

Isaac Blackburn Roberts, 19,

CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, BULLDOZINGC. Laurel and Dorothy Wilma Buck- I
master, 18 SarasotaSHOPS .

HAROLD BATES Stop In and Enjoy a Cool, Refreshing.

ENGLEWOOD VENICE 3390
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FIXED WHILE A TROPICAL

'I I had never realized the PROPERTY OWNER, you

importance of TITLE Did You Know WAITDeke's Shoe Repair < Sjj DRINK

Insurance!" Next U Old Fin gtitlon ,
\ Warrant Deed Is not always Vtnin A..., Colorti 8cU.n)
good

_.. An Abstract alone does not
make a rood title?
We Specialize In Baking
\ :d' \ Tat Deed may not be good

( 'fir CALL US AND ASK ABOUT Cakes to Order Rum Cola . 25c
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
& t3 TITLE INSURANCE Weddings Birthdays 35cJI

Parties Rum Collins .
Abstract Companyof
Call In your order
40c()
J Coconga .
Sarasota "L & S" BAKERY H.

307 W. Venice
Ave.
Bm I. 0"..*. rr. M..l .35e
ACCURACY ESTABLISHED 111 BtRVICB ,t Phone 3135 Tom. Collins '. e .
TELEPHONES I1M m4 111 Ml SIXTH STIEET "We Bake to Suit Your Taste" jIoW :."
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