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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: July 1, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
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
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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3. NO, 18
THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS





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Here VENICE TO JOIN ENGLEWOOD Canal Plan Changed lr

IN FOURTH OF JULY FETE I


eeded, Although no formal Vinicc Fourth of July program is planned ,,So As to Avoid Cut (I;

this year, a check around town this morning dl-closed that virtually

State all business houses will be closed next Monday, July 5, including the ." lrtI

ays Venice Food Shop, Lowe', Grocery and Nckoml' OIOCPIJ Directly Through City

Also closing will be the bank, ci'y offices and the post office. I ':

Instruction of a new elemen- However, James M. Dick, of I '*
Congressional approval of a change in route of the*
school "In the Venlce-No- The Rexall Store, said he will bf Post of the American Legion \
Inland that it will not cut through Venice'sbeach
Waterway
nls area" at an estimated so '
cost
of the
sponsor big celebration, has
open during his regular 8
a m. to 1i !
1136800 was recommended by: 10'30 hours arranged for a full day of fun and residential section, as long recommended by the |('
pm. for the
tate Board of Education sur- conven- activities U. S. Engineers, was obtained just before Congress' recent j it 'f
ience of his
team to the Sarasota County patrons. The fish fry with George Mitchell adjournment, The Gondolier was advised this week } l l f

ool board at a "report" meetIn Many Venetians plan to joui- of Venice and Mr. and Mn Florida Senator L. Holland.
by Spessard
Sarasota last Friday. ney to Englewood this Sunday to Tobe Futch of Laurel contributing "HI
It is understood the new route calls for the canal connecting
enjoy that community's big their services, will be held
mile the state officials did not Venice Bay present southern terminus of the Waterway with Lemon
Mlcilly recommend that the Fourth of July Field Day and from 11 am to 2 p.m. Complete the Seaboard i'h
Bay to be routed via Hatched Creek to a point near
001 be built In Fish Fry.Under program for the day is listed on
Venice theyde Railroad station thence south paralleling the railroad track to Alligator -

it clear that the new school the general chairman the back page of today's Gondolier Creek below the former Venice Army Air Base; thence over !I j It!
uld be located on a site ship of J. D. Tate Lemon Bay .)
to Lemon Bay. tl
arer the center of the school
ulatlon." Nokomis Community Beach West c* Railroad One Drowns As !
This new saute not only would
School enrollment figures pub- avoid 'acriflc ng valuable Venice Boat Catches Fire ;1"
led by The Gondolier last year 'Planning: Board' NamedA I ,
beach rropeity for Usht-of-way
nd Laurel and Nokomls I
more decision to adopt the official name of 'Nokcmis Community purposes .but would open up the Near Stump Pass :
col children come from the
,
}3(>ach" and appointment of t "planning board" to supervise the city's Industrial zone, near the "
Venice than from the rest '
property on Treasure Wand at the erd of Albee Road featured last Seaboard station, to water transportation One man was drowned and two F- ,, ;
the communities combined)
Monday night's meeting of the beach fund drive group at Pine Camp. The canal it Is understood other crewmen swam to safety

Stt' Fifth School TooEventually I Thomas L. Glenn of Sarasota, attorney for the county board of would not cross the rail- early yesterday morning when the

new facilities will commissioners, conferred with the -. I road tracks but would run along Tarpon Springs sponge boat '

to be provided for both the group and advised them that he At Glenn's suggestion the Nokomis the west. side of the Seaboard Florida." .caught fire about a

entary and high school chll- had checked the title etc. of the group formed a semiofficial right-of-way. quarter mile off shore near Stump '.I'

n In this (Venlce-Nokomls land and that everything was sat- "planning board." .to take Senator Holland got the route Pass. 12 mile south of Venice '

A.: the state team reported isfactory. over supervision 01 the public change by obtaining an amend- The drowned man was John

r the present, it Is recom J. A. Johnston chairman of the beach and make arrangements I ment to the Public Works bill on Weech. 42, father of six children.

nded that new facilities be pro- drive committee, said Trea.'Urr.rOeorge for its Improvement. I I the floor of the Senate during the The two men who managed to I\.t'

ed" for elementary children T. Devlin will give the Members of this board are J. I closing hours of the recent ses- reach shore after leaping over'r f

Y. commissioners a check covering A. Johnston, chairman; C. HObenchaln sion. It was pointed out no ad- board from the flaming 32-foot 'I,

tate officials commented on Nokomis' contribution before their vice-chairman; Mrs. ditional funds were Involved in boat were: Capt. James Larsen i ;t;

Laurel School as follows: next meeting The county Is to Charles McO Roberts, secretary; I making the change the primary and Walter Russell. All were residents I.

aurel-The five-acre site Is match the local contribution George T. Devlin, treasurer, and purpose simply being to prevent of Tarpon Springs.

uate In size but largely un- ($2950) and Is expected to com- Mrs. George T. Devlin. finance most of the city of Venice from Body Recovered

(Continued on Page Five) plete the deal in the near future officer I being cut off from direct accessto Weech's body was recovered

Its Gulf beach. Venice and yesterday afternoon after being i

Coming Events I Engineer Predicts PopulationOf Naples are the only two Florida spotted from the air by and air- /

West Coast communities south of plane piloted by Floyd Joyner of

5,400 for City of VeniceA the Tampa-St. Petersburg area j & J Aircraft

Thursday July 1 that are located directly on the The boat virtually burned to ,
population of 5,400 for Venice by 1970 with additional
2.15 p m.. Venice-Nokomis Ro- Gulf) the waterline, was towed Into
thousands in suburban areas surrounding this city was predicted l
Club meets Venice Country II RightsOfWsyJust Tarpon Center Docks early yes-
last Friday by W. M. BosUlck. Industrial engineer for the Florida
when actual construction terday morning by two local
Power & Light Co. during a talk at the semi-annual meeting of the
15 p.m., Informal supper, I work will start on the Venice link guides Bruce Rigby and :Buddy
Sarasota Chamber of Commerce In Morrison's Cafeteria
I party Venice Country Club. of the Inland Waterway Is still Rlngo who had parties out tar-

30 p in. Venice Lions Club Sarasota c 11 y' s population! not known but It was reported pon fishing. They picked up Capt.

"t., Venice Country Club. should be at least 43 GOD by that Venice Water Rate rerouting of the canal has defi- Larsen and -Russell who had

Friday, July 2 time he declared, with the entire nitely settled the long battle over managed to reach shore on a deserted -

30 p.m., softball game, Paynek Sarasota-Manatee area having a Increase Voted Its location and that the Inland stretch of beach near

Sarasota. Venice vs. Rob- total of 210000 residents. Waterway Association will now Stump Pass.
CouncilEffective
'-Shannon. Bostwlck emphasized that his By City start acquiring the rlghtsofwaywhich Fuel Trouble

m.-9 pm. Woman' Club figures were based on existing: city Immediately minimum it must furnish free of Captain Larsen said the "Flor-

library open Venice Civic limits. charge to the federal governmentbefore ida" left Tarpon Springs for MIami -
Venice will be rais-
water rates in
will
U. S Engineers
lltorlum. the last Tuesday: Shortly after i
He pointed out that Sarasota ed from $2 per month to $3 per i
begin work here.It while the" were off
midnight
Sunday. July 4 and Manatee counties have 60 month the city council decidedat
o a m to 5 437 milesof Is understood chief credit for Stump Pass, the craft developedfuel
:30 p.m. all-day miles of a state total of a special meeting yesterday afternoon -
rth obtaining the rerouting, so far as trouble. When the enginewas
of July celebration at Ell'ood. coastal areas suitable for colo- .
local efforts are concerned shouldgo restarted, a blast of flame ,
Fish fry to be served nization "in the best climate Only the "minimum rate" and ;
to Robert S. Baynard. presi- (Continued on Page Two :
11 a.m to 2 p.m.) area." Of the Florida West Coast "standby" charge h effected It
dent of the Venice Land Co., who '
Monday July 5 area the Sarasota-Manatee region was emphasized with np extra
gal holiday. has 54 cent of the 112 made for water con- made a special trip to Washington I
Bank, post of- per charge being
recently to enlist Senator I WeatheR I i
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city offices, most business miles deemed suitable for colonization sumption over the 4.000 gallons ii
I Holland's aid in having the official i
s es closed "In the best climate areas. allowed for the minimum charge
changed. --
P.lll.. All-star softball game One Interesting feature brought The council Instructed Mrs. plans TEMPERATURE RAINFALL
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e Park. Sarasota. out by Bostwick during his talk Helga Roess-Slede, city clerk to ST. MARK'S Dote High Uw UcfcM

Tuesday, July 6 was that Sarasota County, following make the 50 per cent Increase In Previously leported .. ........__ 2.39
from Manatee rate after the holders of water Although Sti Mark's Episcopal
Pm.No-Vel Legion Auxiliary Its breakaway the betaken services being held Thurs., June 24 ........ 91 63: 0.00
tins 1930-40 pcpu- had requested that step Church are
Legion Hall on East CoUhty. showed a bonds alternate Sundays dur- Fri:.'Jtme' 29Sat. ........... 92 64. 0.00
ce Avenue. of 4 5 per cent per In accordance with a recommendation only on
lation Increase ...... .. 93 62 051
June 26
Mrs. H. L. Mun- ,,
recent audit the summer.
p nt., against Manatee in tho ing
city council meets,'city cent per year, as that superintendent. this week Sun, June 27 ....:... 90 65 0.02
rate of 1.5 per cent per report.; It was explained dy
County's
.... 91 63 0.02
while the city1 income from water called attention to the fact that Mon., June 28 -

Wednesday, JaI, 1 year. just about equals operating Sunday School services are being Tues.. June 29 ..... .. 91 62 0.80
un.-12 noon, nan'iaub Bostwick said there are three charges .. _83 0.00
additional revenue Is held at ':45 a.m. every Sunday. Wed: June 30 91
build-
tones Open Venice ,Civic main things to be done In expense children welcome. Total rainfall for June ".",:, 1.&&
AH are
Interest charges.
-, (Continued on Page Five) needed to pay

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VENICE GONDOLIER Thursday, Jul) 1
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+1 in-2-Pounder: i NEW HOURS FOR JULY I BOAT FIRE Venice to Play TWINS ARRl\l
Mr
and Mrs.
ANNOUNCED FOR I (Continued from Page One) RobartsShannonTomorrow Clarence B*.

Ranks SecondIn owners of Nokomis ...,
: BOWLAKADE GRILL
flared out and enveloped the entire Night this week announced the bid

Tarpon Tourney Mis Duvall Boone owner ye- cabin and cockpit. twins on Thursday, June j.
overboard.
All three men leaped; Fighting for second place In theo I Sarasota Iospital

Although! ,lumeiou catches with Weech resisting efforts t first half of 'American League welghln four The Jounces

k t continued to be turned In at both I during aid him after they were In the play In the County Softball competition has been pounds,
of his named|
the Tarpon Center and Sarasota water apparently being out the City of Venice nine Honors while the RIr

weighing aliens: during the past head. Capt. Larsen said after being will meet Robarts-Shannon at weighed six pounds, boy J

n wpfk few were over the 100- prn to 10:30: pm. next Monday badly burned by the flames. 7:30 tomorrow, Friday night, at was named Sandler nine

pound mark and then en Tuesday July 6. Mewh Disappear Payne Park In Sarasoa new arrivals have Lanlt"
said a brother
Chief change In lie: standing will start on 1s new July schedule Nevertheless the sUpper Land 0' Sun. undefeated to llam 11. and a sister
the 13th International he wa able to tow both Weech first place In the Hem.
In Tarpon remaining open from 7am date, captured P.
Tournament came Surday when and Russell toward shore for a American League's first half,
1 to 2p m and from 6pm. to 10:JOpm weakened. Russell -
K}" Louts Martini of Sarasota brought while but finally which ends this week.
Moi da\s through Satuiday and he managed to make
in a 134'j-pounder to nudge Last Monday night afflicted
Roger Townsend out of the second It !1s clo-ed on Sundays. shore but Weech disappeared. with errorltis"" Venice dropped a

.place spot which will payoff I Mrs. Boone plans to take a F'shlntth Capt. RigbY when close 8-7 game to the VFW squad

with a $:'00 Savings Bond. HIs months vacation with Mrs. Jennie they spotted the tragedy was Earl Venice committed seven errors.

I' guide wa Neal Taj lor I Adrian to operate the grill Beatty of Bronvvllle] N Y.. who II I although outhlttlng the VFW

f Still In the lead for the during her absence<< players. 11 to 5. Volt "
tal raPI'1 ---_ weighing V,.1.. A. R H P. A I: 'WSHOKHfPAHuJ:
prill' a 1948 automobile
1 I TO ITLAMtMst. I Otklry MAlnrrr : 1 : 1 : 1 "ftl Shoe Repair
J38'j-pound tarpon caught la tweek : rf : u.; 0 0 b .
t1 I ice at the time. 1.", ... P-rf __ h_ 4 I t t t" 1 V..I. IAiluor
k by William R. Watts of I Patricia Ann Wlmmen 11".1. ,f _u _n 4 zit 0 0alii. A..I Misehtt'. Dark,.
Coral Oable With Capt Rlnw were Mr and l ... Sit __ 4 0 t 1 1 a
h
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mrs Virgil Lane of Oreenboro (I.,..... tit ___uu_.__ 4 0 0 1 t 0
Wimmers keys, e------------ I I 1 1 0 1
of Venice left this week
N. C., who had landed 85 and 80- 8."ltr.. lit .. 4 0 I 10 0 0
N.
14 tit; JOB PRINTING I lor ..Atlanta Oa. wher she IIIen'e respectively: Mrs. H.Tkln. cf.pN ..u_...._ t a 0 0 t 0
I 'na pound tarpon .Vf. ffT _h _.... 1 1 0 0 0 0 TIDE TABLESVENICE
Let THE GONDOLIER do yourprinting. | ao a graduate nurSe in theI Bernard Lane who caught a 60- ..UUF .._u.. II f II 10 10 7
+ I' Crawford W. Long Hospital Miss Mrs. Rebecca Ashwell of \ ,,. AI R H P. A I:
Just phone 3131. pounder:
''Vimmcr Fchl..b .'( __ .__ t 1 0 I 0 0 INTEIComplimtnU: :
has been her u
' ,. :< j visiting Palmetto, who landed a 49.pound- luckr e-____ __ __. 4 t I a 1 0Kaminki
parents her since her recent Sb __ ___ 4 I 0 1 I 0
: graduation er and Mr. Ashwell ('I..h.... I hMcD.rn.uxh __. t 1 0 It a II (Punta Rasa ('orrectlollH.h
j.. NEW HOURS from Cadet Nurse uTot. _._ I 1 I t 1 I
Corps Training at the same hospital oJ""I. I' _____u s 0 0 1 0 0 to
I \, : Month of July I Venice Couples (;",.b,. th _u______ 4 I 0 a t 0
1N WI'.. P u. .-_ 4 0 1 I I 1 Thur., July t i.-- a.. t0.asI' : .
I.Oi:1 Was,.. rf _hU' t I I 0 0 0 ,5 '... III"
1 Marling Tuesday July 6 .... __ 1 I I 0 0 0 frl.,
Elope to Georgia )lo".w un July I s-so ... f...
h .. I 7 t.M. TO2P.M.V VISITING IIIKFj .I.R .. __h_ rI e I II 10 4 11.4'
\ \ I I' <-..n b. InninnlTMCE pm. 1Mas
, AV 6 PM TO 10::30 PM j Oily M. Btrnr Jr.. of Concord, Surprising their many friends \\hWHun. _h' __ h___________ nOlI 004 an 110 1-7 1-1 s.l, July I U I. ain. IslasIslas

n ';;;1,(> Monday thru Saturdays N. C.. this vietk visiting In''i here two Venice couples journeyed tuttrd ins Clephane I. ...Donirpnem lion.. July 4 0,'", a... 4 I H
as
;:rU Closed Sundays) '' \enice. He I If a guest of Mr. at'd to Valdosta, Oa. last weekend "..irh 1 M.rrl. I. Hr.,l,. I. I. ....... July I 10:14 n.n., 11' p,
Knmllukl! I. Oiiklrr I. IIIorrow I. Lan iua
,, Mrs. James T. Blalock and Mr. and were married in a dou- S. Ainff<*r I. Two hose hitat York. 8'ltr. *. Tu.... Jule I It :11 it,". top
\k' VENICE BOWLAKADE i i and Mis Lester R. LuckeY. in the ... Lons,. t Home runt Brobrt WH.. July t Itll p... 1.11..
ble wedding! ceremony
l' I (lakiey. Haon h.U" off W in. a. Hin.I Tltur.. July I I Il I'RI, I BOA
/ GRILL I,I home of the Rev. P. N. Holcomb. kin. a 1..... I. K.minki Struck out
Mrs Distaff Boom, Owner For quick results use a GOV They wore Miss Mary Anne hI' Winr I. Hankins U. Jones, 0. -0-

; i DOLIER Classified Ad. Haynes who became the bride of I
A wit : BENEFIT: SUPPERS
Miss Mary
Raymond Hlgcl and
;t Every
I Friday Night
Adams. who was married to Den-
I 6 to 8 p.m.
v r EL PATIO HOTEL I, ton Grant Delicious Home Cooked Food OF
The new Mrs. Grant Is the

1 1 Convenient daughter of Mrs. Julia C Adamsof SOeCnrRC'1I Plastic Age Boa!
t I to Bu'ln" D:'trict and Beach
t 1, 225 W. \'I'nice Ave UME. FLORIDA Phone 3S71 CM>1'ey. Grant Is the nephew OF GOD

{t W L. MILES Managing Owner of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stancil ofI East Venice AvenueIt and

rr I Venice. Mrs. HI eel Is the daughter -

i f k'' Htm STILE OF \ of Mr and Mrs. P. L. Haynes Equipment Co |

11IF MONTH: of Gro\'eland Avenue Edgewood. Pays To Play

and Hlgel is the son of Mrs. Abbie
"The New Short Look" Distributor of
, Higel of Venice. FOR YOUR
FISHING AI"DI
rJ'I' Brush Cut for e Both couples plan to make their SPORTINO NEEDS. Tricraft Fiberglas Bolt|

Fe.tlier, Softnt '- homes In VeniceASSEMBLY I
T SEE I'S FIRST Retailer of
I _
.'"f"' Charm' I OF GOD R&RSPORTING Marine and Supplies


I lkfl' P Beauty Salon I CHURCH SERVICE i iI GOODS EquipmentON

; >J TRIME UTilE V.r"y HOURS ANNOUNCEDThe "Th Fkrid ""'rum.... gp.,l.ll.t"
; 4 Phone 2811 I Off Venice Nationals Bank THE TRW
?f Rev, C D Tiultt I I
.
pastorof NOKOMIS. FIORHU
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;\ ,4 Closed! All D.j Sat,irdav Phone J1J2
''', aDo the Assembly of cod Church.

; announced yesterday that regular I
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are being held In the last -- --- ____.... .... ...cc

t Away with Drop Curtains building on East Venice! Avenue

: each Wednesday. Friday and RELAX
AT
LET IT RAIN LET Sunday at 7:45
IT POUR i : pm A communion

I service will be held on the

it Install I first. Sunday of each month. smift! \ tavern I

AIR O Our communion service Is
BLIND open to all Christians to partake

with! us:* said the Rev. Truitt.
125 South Tamumi Trail Venice
"We extend to everyone a hearty

welcome to all of our services. "Best Drinks in Town-At Popular Pricei"Delicious
Aluminum Come and bring your musical Instruments -

t 4 I ." Sandwches-When You Are Hungry


-l Metal BUT HOME

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barger of

Lancaster N. Y. who had been Stop In and Enjoy a Cool Refreshing,]
AwningsJalousies I staying at Pearson Guest House ,

for three months during the past

season, recently purchased and
moved Into the Harry Smith homeon : TROPICAL
1
Pensaco'a! Road. They are

friends cf Mr. and Mrs Tom Pat-

Outside Venetian I j ton or Venice. Mr. and Mrs. smith PI DRINK

Type Awnings I he i the Seaboard Railroad agent .l.)
Your .
Porch ana Breezeway Will be
Cool Dry here) bought a now home on
Any Color No Extra
Charge Pedro Street, near Nassau
Call us for Free Estimate :No Obligation


We Specialize In Baking

Venice Cakes to Order I II j Rum Cola . ?3o35f

FOR ALL OCCASIONS


.Furniture Co. I Weddings Parties_ Birthdays,: I I '''I.. Rum.1 Collins n I . _

Call In your order .../ '
R. C. /MINKS, Owner f 40c
321 West Venice Avenue Venice, Florida "L & S" BAKERY I ., 1M Coconga., .. . .

Phone 1133 307 W. Venice Av..: '.

? Tune In for 15 minutes Music 4:30: Sunday, \\TLA. Phone S1J5 I \ 95c
Tampa 0"Wf I Torn,.Coll ps .
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yron lodes Named SEEK..AID'_FROM AMERICA Miss Cora Talbot ,'

To Play On
Dies Here After

II-Star Team

Long IllnessMiss

I Only one Venice playerByronones

was named on the all-star Cora Elizabeth Talbot, 71,
imerlcan League team that will died at her home In Venice last

feet the National League picked Friday June 25 following a long

juad In a benefit game at Payneark Illness.

In Sarasota next Monday at Miss Talbot was born In Passaic -

| pmJ N. J., the daughter or Mr

J That result was disclosed this and Mrs. William Ormsby Talbot.

ieek with the announcement that She attended high school In Hud

(early 700 fans had picked sevend son N. Y.. and the University of .

O' Sun players to represent Vermont at Buillngton where she

I' American League. Land Olun received her B.A. degree later acQuiring -

vakrj: away with the ftist- nor MA. degree: at Mid-

(alf championship In that dlvt- dlcbury, Vt.

Eon of the County Softball Lea. Soon after coming to Venice In

ss ir 1927. Mis Talbot opened a private

ue.Only non-Milkman picked onL school, which "he conducted
until Illness caused her to close
American League squad, be-
tries sEUROPE'S + I he school. She was one of the
Jones, was Dick Dydberg oflanton's.
m founders of St. Mark's Episcopal
.
Both Jones and Dyd.rg
Church of VenIce.
> cre voted in for outfield
Surviving her sister, MM
015. even though Jones in ielent is
we,'ks has taken over hull- Susan Talbot of Venice

[ig dutIes for the Venetians. i The funeral service was conducted

Second Ilihrbt Total by the RPV Dr. O DP
Witt Dowling at St. Maiks last
I Jones polled the second highest
Monday, June 28. with burial at
oral In votes, his 379 bring ex
Burial Park. Pallbearers -
ded only by the 419 tallied rorL HUNGRY HILDRFN-Barefoot, wide-eyed youngster like these bring their Manascta
.
1 empty pails to H. S. Bowden J. T. Bli-
Rowe, crack Land 0' Sun Umted emergency feeding stations operated by agencies ot American Overseas AidrWWr.n wore .
litcherI Nations Appeal for Children. You can share In helping to feed many millions of starving lock, M. Cousins:Captain H. Resell
National. s.'S'1JayS' your contribution to the AOA-UNAC Crusade for Children. Barnett Id!. H. P. Kuykendall, and J.
I Jim Oakley Venice shortstop, Florida.
F. Dempsry
nd Lee Brobst. Venice leftfleld- ,
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are almost certain to see ac- Warns Hunters GOLD STAR PINS BELLAMYS NOW
I VISITING S1MNLE1S t
on In the All-Star game Monty I tI

night, though Inasmuch ashe Cannot be Kept Off Application blanks for gold star VENICE RESIDENTS Mr and Mrs. Funk J. Sprague

managers have the right tojisert lapel: buttons may be obtained at Mr. and Mrs William D. S. Bel II, married June 17 in St. Ignatius ;

their own choices into the State-Owned LandrALLAHAcSE the Sarasota County Veterans Loyola Church In New York
lamy have arrived from( Greenville -
fray later in the contest, which Service Office, 221 South Pineapple City, are spending their honey
S. C., to make their home In
aunt and
affair with the bildes
nil be a nine-inning moon
-Ben C. Morgan Avenue Sarasota it was
J. L. Dunn, Venice second base- Venice. Bellamy has completedhis uncle, Mr. and Mrs Robert R.
director of the State Game announced this week by Oorlon
nan. wcund up In a tie with 57 and Fresh Water studies at Bob Jones University Shanley of Treasure Island. They
Fish Commission
HIgel, county service officer R!J. to make their 1 borne la Flor-
otes. in the race for that postbakley charged today that"several" at Greenville and will now br plan
garnered 227 votes rfrhorts'oP. atives with war dead in any Ida.
leasees of state-owned gracing! associated with the Venice Lumber
as against 274 for the land branch of the service may obtain
are closing their properties Co.
linncr, Bill Hathcock of Land Opun the gold star buttons which arc
to hunters and fishermen with Mrs. Bellamy is the !former Miss
who may not play however furnished free to widows, widowers -
5 i he i' reported to be out ofen. out authority. parents, step-fathers and Grace Hauser, daughter of Mi

I Morgan cited a letter he received mothers, or parents through and Mrs. George Hauler. owner > f.
from Sinclair Wells, land y
The managers of the two leaves adoption. Other relatives may: of the Venice Lumber Co. The
agent for the State Department
will! meet tonight to pick one purchase the buttons at cost. Bellamys were married last June f 1t 1w I
of Agriculture which said "the
xtra player for each position, as !'
records do not show that the ,
ell ar extra pitchers for each J
uad state ha* In existence any leaseon SUMMER MONTHS !
Its hunting and fishing rightson

any state property and all recent Close Saturdays at One 'j
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Dependable grazing lease have a clauseto !

the effect that no exclusive

ServiceWE right Is given for hunting or fishIng II. N. WIMMERS Realtor

SPECIALIZE IN on the property Involved."' i
PENINSULAR :TELEPHONE CO.
Chrysler Products Director Morgan said he had
FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT
sought the Information from
WESTERN: UNION
Wells after "numerous" sports

NOKOMISGARAGE men in Central and South Florida Knowledge of Pharnac/

complained to him that they were Western Union Open on Sunday and Holidays 11 to 12 am HSECN IUT ESSENTIAL

being excluded from grazing areas
II un PIUClIPnol
that had been leased from the
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GEORGE Phone T,25S1MB DEVClN state When You Want A Plumber Bad : Only licensed pharmacists with col-


MBMiMH M MM GONDOLIER Classified Ads I Be Sure That He Is GOOD i l I.9.education and long experience

2633 -5arasota2529 cost little, yet produce fine i..- In their profession or. permitted toAll

Phones ults, Just phone Venice 3131 before Dependable Plumbing prescriptions in our Ptormocy JOur
1\\ p.m. Wednesdays. Contracting RepairingFull i
first consideration li to fulfill t
Line Fixtures and Materials

Ambulance Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET 14 your phytician d.".... s t ts

Servicenay SHOES US FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN

or Night FIXED WHILE JOSSART PLUMBING CO. The Rexall Store

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Prompt and COllrte.ousROBARTSSHANNON. YOU Phone 3601 Venice, Florida! I PHONE POST 1181 OFFICE ARCADE VENICE i
WAITDeke's U H' H' 1
Shoe Repair

Nul I. Old Fir 81.lionV
Funeral Home < .nlr. A.... Colored girtlon



1 I had never realized the ESSENTIAL

'Importance of TITLE
YOU SHOULD HAVE either

Insurance.. an Abstract with a legal opinion

or Title Insurance which!, I
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on every parcel

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TITLE IstRVCtAbstract CONCRETE BLOCKS PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS

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Bv Point, Nokomis
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-i T : BCTTEI?SOW I:45 ..... Sunday fehwl minister
= 1h s g0..v JACK... Him. Morning tenpin,
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FASTNOHUCSY.woha IN WON'T 6 'illprayer I'.m md ntt
end song: MrlrEntltwMil >,
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"1 do not agree with a word }oili .B>'. but I v.ll defend StnicnSunday
it" VOLTAIRE, 10 a.m. grhoi, Min W .
with mv lite your right to my Lapp sutr't. %
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Published every Thursday Editorial and business office J1J We: p.m. HrvlilD
Venice A\rnue lenlce. Florida, F. O. Bon 63Z. Phone Venice 3131. I
Q FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
: MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION 1 SLOW Nassed .t Miami Avenue
Venice
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Campbell Craw(vd: Pattie
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Entered ea Mcond-cUn matter Juno 6, 1948, et the poll office 1 11 urn. M--.!. rnit, .
r at Vtnuc.; Florida under the, Act of March 3, 1879. all till pm. BTU
, o t e 1o n.m. Evening., a
Subscription ratter One year, $2.501: six month, $1.501 three -AY % 4 n,.W.dn..d.,.. oorvlre. 1:16: m Will "d
ironthi 75c Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word first 20 i ir
.orda. I cent per word for each additional word.
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CARROLL II MILLUMS11ELLN Editor and Publisher 1 + CHURCH
Yr t Rlvtrra !It. awl P.1..-.. PI,,,
\\IILMMS Office Manage Dr. Leonard W t. Kirykn,
KOMARD BRILEY Shop Foreman tt Priest In ritrn. .
,:41 I w. Pim.y ft I.h...
l vny Sunditytourth
1\ m. Munl.a m,. "Weld 0Ij
Sundays of each ni." ih until (0.
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t. "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY". 1 Al.o. fifth Sunday In MM mt 4"M

By RUSSELL! KAY CHURCH OF COD

J What Now Mr. Kimbrough? R.". C,Venice t'. Jrrnivnn Avenue resist
1 10 a.m. Sunday" School
i" .! If during the next few months you fee u bombei-tvpe 11 am. .
should T'Ho p.m. Prearbine.Thursday. .
i arplane flying low and tnilinn .\\hat a sizeable bomb on I (EDITORIAL 7:10 p.m. Yonne Pin,

'5 e cable. don't frllnticay: call the FBI or permit yourself to become Gondolier; has consistently S.rvlwFriday.. .
4 For 'the past two years. The p.m. hen fu m 14r.
otherwise alarmtxl
I maintained that school should be
an elementary
Befit I'I It or nct, i'ch a plane is now surveying Florida searching VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH
7' l for likely locations to drill for built in Venice ; that: it i is net only anfair to the childrenof Names et Venice Tamps 1 Armae

n c.1 I It Is o ciatcd by the Research r earth magnetic field at any this community to compel them to trawl by bus t to I e.m.Rev II.C...L.. EI... .d., filter

und Development] Division of the I given point. It dots not actually: schools \nkomis and Laurel but that lack of any

Gall Refining! Corporation and Is I find oil but It provides geolorica'! kind oi a school in Venice was a definite; deterrent to thi5communitY'
sy tr ixploilni the unseen that lies btlc -
!. the surface of our state Informaton! that enables the geophysicist $ growth.It .

+ ",1 t \t Sarasota i I not the basement to determine structure whether and 01 is personally gratifying:, therefore, that the survey e

For the better part of two daysI I the deriving: sedimentary rock t team of the Florida State Board; of FJucation has [j': '
he been in a huddle with sets I VI'I'I'I'I f 'IJ
formations with
other are of a t> come out in agreement The Gondolier's contentions.The .
'
s tI.ts. engineers. and geologists
aa Gulf Research Laboratory and character that Indicate n survey board: in its official report, states:
strong possibility of oil. It Is all)
i-cintly t'-t.bJ..hl'd at the Brae necessary to drill If you want theans'er I I 1. The Laurel: School "should never have been constructed June Z7 to>> July )

Ii..1ton. ara'ota Airport.t' to the 64 dollar question at this location. These children should be hous-

b ..t These 1(8-red gentlemen haw Taking area by area the research ed at the \' nice-. okomis center when facilities are pro-
,+ p.fently and diligently tried to I
plane Is flown back and \ided."
,invade my feeble Intellect with .
forth trailing the magnetometer
s authentic facts and In.'oimitlon which provides the data In the 2. Venice-Nokomis "It is believed that the site is

I ncunlng the what where how' form of charts for the Intelligent not large enough for a permanent program. Enlargement t
and why of their
rations, Unfortunately.iny terlou lie 'doit op- mapping of structures existing of this site :appears impractical and a larger site of 15 or t Y 1

,vralc the fame ]language beneath the surface more acres nearer: the center of the school population i is

1 Nodon"* ret me wrong, I like Area :Mans recommended. For the present it is recommended Robert E. Lea.a r1
I studied
a number of these
+ 1 I::oltS'OM' engineers, *clentlUuologiM area maps and. while I must ad- that t new facilities be provided for elementary children

and even lawyers HJKEOPLE mit they didn't tell me very much. only. The present building is mure usable for high school 0 1

fmio-ial. and but wnen start they spouting po pro-in I II could see that with the proper purposes than for the elementary school. It is recommended

terms of their profession, It just training they would be perfectly that the new elementary: school unit be locate!
I clear to the geologist. for these
fce .n' register with me. It wan in a new site adequate in size :and as central to the pop-
: would
opens lead them for us
only when hey stopped talkInII'I uhtion "
much as I might a copy of Guffy'sFirst : as possible. .
fc;
wan1 ad
'Itd help yourself magnetometers to a Coca-end Reader Tj m! they looked The Gondolier originally favored construction of a

Cola that I fully understoodwhat I like a cross be'ween It p'cture of high school in Venice as the first step in providing just George G Masds
a fingerprint and a blueprint of a
thug were talking about spider.weh education facilities for this community. However ex-
with more numberson By the Editors of the
While I realize what a bitter it than a Cuban lottery ticket Councilman Finn Caspersen, with unassailably sound World Book Encyclopedia

'appointment this column is poi"f By the old exploration methods I' arguments convinced us that Kimbrouch & Co. had :
to tc to the battles InAmerican
One declshe
the
laboratory stall of
only a very limited area could be little
honest
I or no intention of
In view' of the pains they took to building a high school i history took plan V
surveyed and mapped in
a day
f (plain everything with technical I. and the principal advantage of I here, and that our only chance to get some kind of a years ago this week near I'll

I xactne I still feel that. In my air-exploration Is the speed with school in Venice would be to plug for :an elementary Placid little PrnnsvhanlaUge 0'

(\on \\Ordi. i can tell enough of I which it can be accomplished school. of Gettysburg where t&
the story to enable the average Now I Confederate force under fri:
vast
areas,
even mountains I
Unman to crap what It Is all I I or impenetrable jungles] can be Therefore, despite widespread criticism. The Gon Robert E. Lee and thr ['RIIIIarm

About accurately explored in a matte I dolier has maintained that: the elementary school should commanded by G..i

Prospering By Air of days and with comparative : be built here first. George O Meade clashed on

Irg It Marled when a forward look- 1 vase where It foimerly took years : Later, a high school should be built in Venice which expectedly
young man In the employ of Amazing Gadget JThe bloody struggle wH
Oulf proposed in 1940 that his The amazing device or gadget I furnishes a greater number of elementary or high school for three day before the f'on'

superiors give consideration to that records the findings Is known children than any of the other communities in the southern federates met defeat That .'.

Int possibility of prospecting for as a magnetometer: Although developed end of the county and has a central geographical feat ended Confederate hope"l
oil by air.After .
several years ago Its use location. Invading the north. tapturhl
much research and experiment in exploration for oil and metal Baltimore or Washington gPd
We
the Gulf people finally was held back when the war called believe our stand has been more than substan l dictating the peace termi Frog
developed a gadget \l'tlch.l'llI'n for the tinted by the non-partisan unbiased Confederate '
use of such scientific report of the state Gettysburg on.
flown over the earth. accurately) knowledge In the battle of the school survey board. tones ebbed until the final Kir-
Jtcords the Intensity of the Atlantic C,Jl1Honae.
What render at Appomattox
now, Mr. kimbrough ?
UNCLE OTTO .

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FOR SALE- 1 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LEGAL NOTICES BUSINESS PERSONALS


ORca: l-ft electric n-frlgeriUir. CallSED DESIRABLE SELECTION of business
to dayt
and residential A COUPLETS NOTICE OF INTENTION WHO KF.F.MIILDRF.N
sites /
I. city of ,.
by .., Vonl. Jonm Phony 2151. F.h n-
Virginia
TO Tall
If
interested, REAL ESTATE SERVICE REGISTER IICTITIOl NAME
HKNITDKE of all! kind Von.Tr.oIin" ...ilr t.. Add_.. Box ia.suggest Venice you FIL i" S.I.! Rentals, The undenla-ned do hereby certify that wcud.IF. _..__ __,_ ___ ___
Poet 8S7 W. Miami Avenue tiny ore conducting a mill work huilnerat
HOUSE, .uhl. ., DeSoto Road Saranota BradentonAirport INTERESTED tn good --.
In. 1002ew *"?* gangs .P.rt- Covering the FORT MYERS AREA and
merit and 1ft scoot of l -11 ill of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mod. und.r the fictitious name of either brkk or block stock, call i. I IL IW\
Carl Obrndorf. Venice By'Wsy. i'h'ne rat homo to beautiful riverfront ..t.... HAYES MILLWORK Vonlc 'U4.rONCkfTE.
2671. Coastal locations Including. Improved and that >.Id firm I. imposed of the
| Schedule nd unimproved tropical Islands batchpropmln. ffllowinic persons whine cameo and place WORK and trarkiac.A lad'
fi.hint loci.... of Mideiee are an follow .rja.n. Phone Venice. 6Sa.
Englewood opportunity' and I Income ;W..6book Rutherford A. Havea, P O, Hoi SIM,
[nnounced for Scouts Ing motor tnuru, trailer camps. betel: I Banaota FlaDr Earl Cottrell Pod Nan ,
operating reecho, farms and groves I Chester F. Hawirth, foGS e. Pineapple PDU SEPTIC TANK CLEANING :
Lure and mill Ave, Raranota Ma work wma-
tracts of land A Modern pumping equipment.
ec' Program Camp Out on complete mini service Send for free Ownenlilp of Hayes Mlllwurk l. .. followat ant..il. I'hon* Sarawta. 70-64 or V-
wiptlve folder and maps of this trop. 2664.
lost ..ertionmPCOTT. Rutherford A H..... 50'.1.
for the VenicelIUIIer Little GasparillaFourteen II,. Charter F. Haworth, 51n;, STRONG! STURDY PLANTS for T%.
1\ new Setup : REALTY INVESTMENTS It l> our Intention t>i apply to th' lila lanilwapiiul low prices.MELROY'S
recreational program, InIVlng M7 First Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for NURStR: Lateral
Street Fort Mrvm. "......
8in.ota County. Florida lo register tie Established I 111
different hours for too Englewood Scouts, Ewythlm{ In Real EiUt r
aid name of HAYES MILLWORK undT Turn right at Laurel Pint_Offlw
grojps. was announced this Cubs and candidates, with Rupert Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL the nrovhloni. ef Chanter Z"95S. Laws ofFlorida .
Art@ of III4I GENERAL HAULING and ounI.ldOoo4.V..d
k by Director Charles Gadd. Sanderson. Lemon Bay American CORNER 10T fit. 112' *i> US'. P., Witness our hands, this 4th day of work Murk fill dirt. hrjl at-A
Point, Nolumil. June, Pet t.lte Phone 20i :.
Legion Telephone 21 K 1. D. Ho| 1H4KRUTHFRFOUD
Children up to and Including Scout Committee chairman 1..01. A. HAYES
DR. CHESTER F HAWORTH
kht years of age will participate as camp director spent five Fubli.hl June ID 17. 24. July 1. 104KNOTirK ROOFINGRoot 1

I the program at the local civic days last week camping out on ---- TO APPEAR- Work of All Kinds ]

nter and beach tomorrow Frl News of Record lee STATE OF FLORIDA I '
the nearly uninhabited Little TO Minnie Mar Hind ALVIN P. JONES j
y. and on Tuesday and Thursy c-o D. 8. Taylor Bakery Phone: Biu. 2873 Home Ml 1 I
Oasp rlla!
Key under
of next week. real scoutIng Rorhl.lll South Carolina -
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Real Estate Transfers You art herrt notified thai WilliamHenry ,
conditions.
Ichildr'n nine years old and Hand has filed suit for il,vor*. 9'FOR
'Sale price indicated analnit you in the Circuit Court of Sorjvbi -
er sill be handled on Monday. Those making the trip were: County Florid. the title of aid null QUICK. RELIABLE j
Tom HankJns. by tax stamps) hi William Henry Hand V.. Minnie !Mar SERVICE. CALL '-J
edne ay and Friday next week. Bud Oalvln Dinny
J. E. Bartlett et Hind Yon art rewired to fillyour ap
ux. to William i1]
Gadd explained that In folio*- and Woody Woodward. Robert pearanre In Halo .,lit with tie Clerk at VenicePlumbing 1
M. Olson et ux. West 138 feet cf i till Circuit Court of Run.nota C.ninty. at
g 'eik-, the two groups will al. Vasblnder Alvin Deew Robert lot 8 of block M Plat of Englewood I '......1.. Florida in July 21 III4HHone Stop ',;
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and Ordered thl. Slut day of Jon'.
Bailey Floyd Davis, Luther and
mate, with one croup having
$500.Raymond. A D. 1048
i Box _
14. Venice Ph.
ret days a week and the other Donno Taylor, Wilson Whitehead. W. A. WYNN". 2153 t
J. Long et ux to Bert Clerk IOf rl..11 Court
oup too days, and then switch Jackie Pettis. Jimmie and Doug Durvall et ux, lots 15 and 16 of I: 1I..t. (' Cashatt and the troop mascot, I HA7ILK P. ARLOTT
their recreation times The
g Long Sub. Clerk
of lot 91 plat of Enflewood. TVpiity
hedule change was made necesrj '"Butch" who turned out to be a $500. Puhlirhl{ June t4. July I. >. 16. 1B4". Lumber RoofinjfNails )

he explained because of theexpectedly brave gopher and catamount
hunter. M A. MacDonald et ux. to Or- ment but It should be Improved' -

heavy attendant" lando L Hendricks et ux. structure and further organized Into play; Cement." .

He alsi announced that the bus and lot 25 of Tyler & Dar areas. Osprey Is classified as a Concrete Blocks I

king up youngsters part'clpat- PopulationContinue ling's 1st Addition to Englewood) probably permanent center for {

r In the program will have a $4000 grades 1 to 6. When this building !

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pick up boys add''girls takingrt Ing up this section of Florida's do L. Hendrlcks et ux structureand enrollment drops to less than that LUMBER CO. I'

In the Venl e-Nokomls High Oulf Coast lot 69 of Tyler & Darling's1st 'of a three-teacher school this

:hool summer band practice. 1. Attracting more visitors and addition to Englewood. 5300. school should be reclasslfird No Building 210 Army Air Baw l

On Wednesdays only the bus Emil Orre et ux, to C. W. Bar new construction ur alterationswere VENICE. FLORIDA
guests to the area by the areas 1 1j
ill start out from the Episcopal accessibility, attractiveness. desirability rett lots 9 and 10 of block 2, No. recommended .

hurch at 8:0: a m.. and will komls subdivision $1,000. "
and comfort '
en nuke stop at Venice Ave-
at and the Trail and at Venice 2. Expanding present Income New School IN A HURRY
activities agricultural. Industrialand
'enue and Venice By-Way dU- PHONE 3461If
commercial) to offer additional Continued from Page One)
.rglng band members -at the No Answer, Call 2955
opportunities that will absorb Improved The center is classified
okomls School before going out
a portion of the visitors and as a temporary center for grades VENICE TIENGLEWOOD
the Laurel School and then
guests who find Sarasota and 1 to 4, This building should never V-DRIVE-IT CARS FOR E
king Its regular back to
trip
Manatee Counties more attractive< have been constructed at this location ,
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nice
and desirable than their present These children should be t

homes housed at the Venice-Nokomis

NEED PRINTING center when facilities are provided AUTOMATIC LAUNDRYNOW I''
Phone THE GONDOLIER, 3 Recognizing the fact that the .

Venice 3131. area Is attracting a seasonal migration OFFERS r
Other recommendations
were
and a year around growth ONE DAY COMPLETE

by the use of a single resource as follows

Sirli R',dl Mode w.!! In V.nin{ I (sunshine and climate I. bu this \rnlce-Nokomls-It Is believed Laundry Service
that the site Is not large enoughfor
I resource does not directly attract
Modern Test Equipment youth, Therefore. It remains the a permanent program Enlargement Wash "Rain or Shine"

JCrnuInc Parts-Free estimate: responsibility of the areas red- of this site appears Impractical Use Our Dryer Tumbler
and larger site of IS
PHONE (672 dents to create new employment a Discuss Your Laundry ProblemMth Us tl
I the center of
nearer
or more ones
opportunities for all typts and Call Venice 3385
the school population Is recommended
ages of people and. In audition
VENICERADIO I .
provide means whereby these
The center Is classified as a
SERVICE skills trades, experiences can be I {I
permanent center for grades 1 to
retrained and adapted to the
'51 W. Venice Avenue It and probably permanent for
earning possibilities of the area,
CECIL II GRIEVE thus developing an "aggressive grades 7 to 12. Eventually new Fictitious Name Law

facilities will need to be provided
Industrial ------
business and area
' for both the elementary and high
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school children In this area. For In Florida, it is unlawful for any person or persons I

THE KING FURNITURE CO. the present it Is recommendedthat to engage in business under a fictitious name t ,
new facilities be provided for
FRED B. KINO. OWNERof elementary children only The unless said fictitious name has been registered with

Punta Gorda present building Is more usable the clerk of the circuit court of the county in whichis

TAKES PLEASURE IN WELCOMINGTO for high school purposes than for located the firm's principal place of business.

THE BUSINESS LIFE OF the elementary school. It Is rec-

THIS "AREA ommended that the new elemen- Before the circuit court clerk can accept this '

tary school unit be located In a registration a notice of intention to register the fictitious 1

DON'S CAFE AND BAKERYDON new site adequate In size and as name must be published for four consecutive I

central to the population as possible weeks.
DINWIDDIE. OwnerENGLEWOOD
This unit should contain

Initially the following facilities: The information required is simple and our

- 8 classrooms all auditorium stor- charge is the standard amount set up by law for pub

age space, toilets and' other necessary lication of such notices. When your notice has run

spec'al rooms. A cafeteriacan the prescribed four consecutive times, we will fur
be provided: temporarily by
nish with notarized "Affidavit of PuNier
MOWING moving a frame structure to the you a

e site. tion" which you then; file with the clerk of the circuit

PASTURES Englewood-The 10-acre site Is court. '
Q LOTS -
Inadequate {TV'pchftfl Is classI-

1tREAGE LA\V : fied as a probably temporary cen- c" 'If you haven-tlyet compliedwidkt'this' law, or

M {" ter for grades 1 through 8. Con- if you are just starting a new fcusin8s&!
CLEAR tinuance of this center Is depen- THE GONnOLJEROjefin I publication f ( neccs.
OZING
P dent ulfe t(' whether( CharlotteCounty'ch notice this right
JWINGLEWcOD I sari vjajcj) Venice Xv 1 now,
to attend
t."' A R & :BAT this 49)100 ren']: continue while you have it in mind. At" ,JH

VENICE 3391 Otprey:"'The three-acre site Isenroll

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10 a.m.to 11 a.m.-Races and Games for children
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: 11 a.m.to 2 p.m.-Fish Fry

12 noon-Formal Dedication of Englewood Public Park

I 2 p.m.to 3:30: p.m.-Races and Games for Young and Old

3:30 p.m.-Prize Awards

4 p.m.to 5:30 p.m.-Softball Game, Youngsters vs.Oldsters



Other Special Events Will Be Held Throughout the Day



D : .r Proceeds Benefit Building Fund of

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