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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 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 )
 Notes
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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friter Assessments Again I,1,




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rea Men to Signor Girl Shot in Head Dewey or Warren Councilmen


As Result of Feud Order CutsRemoved


A feud between the families of May Be SpeakersFor
the New
Draft
two Venice Farms men who split ,'

up a business partnership a few Labor DayGOP

months ago, flared up this week I Three members of the Venice

cene Like Further and resulted In a 12yearoldgill Standard Bearers City Council, sitting as a board

DelaysEncountered being shot In the head.
of equalization! at a special meet-
Invited by Legion
;
The injured youngster was Pa- ing In the city hall Tuesday

ter II Days In tricia Brumfield, daughter of Mr. No Definite Reply Yet night, readjusted the assessmentson

and Mrs. Walter Wheeler of Ven- The principal speaker at Venice 11 local properties. They also

Allowing( a routine remlnls- ice By-Way. She suffered superficial 'a 3.i': Annual Labor Day Cele- decided that all other properties

of pre-Pearl Harbor days, Fish Dock Case head wounds when a .22 b ktion O" Sept. t) may be either would be carried on the 1948 assessment -

|renlc Area men between the caliber bullet, fired at a truck In Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New roll at the same figures

of 18 and 25 will register which she was riding, struck the YOlk rr Oov Earl Walten of California -
Asks last and that protests on
leen Aug. 30 and Sept. 18 un- Judge Kioto's back of her skull after plercln It was disclosed today by us year

(the Selective Service Act Lawyer for Evidence the truck top and ricocheting.The Publicity Chairman B. E. 'Saipci the entire roll would be held at

by Congress two monthsIs City Vacated 1 Road girl was rushed to Dr. Bowen of the No-Vel American another special meeting Sept. 3.

James E. Blades for treatment by Lesion Post. Those present at the session

was announced here yes- Another delay was encounteredthis Chief of IWIce Herbert O. Han- A telegram inviting the OOP were Council President H. S. i

iy by H. N. Wlmmers. load week on the application by cney who was called Into the presidential nominee to be the Bowden, Councilman Smyth Bro-

estate broker, who will act George Gibbs, proprietor of the case: a few minutes before the speaker was sent to Dewey's farmIn hard and Councilman George Hi-

registration clerk for therein Tarpon Center here, for a tempor- shooting occuned The bullet had Pauling. N. Y., on July 10, pel. Absent were Mayor Louis Su-

half of Sarasota Coun- ary Injunction to prevent H. lodged In the flesh at the rear Bowen ald. This brought a \letter Councilman
ter and George
Immers said his office would M. (Buddy Ringo from erectlnu of her skull, but was removed from Ben Whitehurst, direc- Botts.

pen from 8 a.m. to 5 p m. a dock and sport fishing center on without difficulty. tor of the speakers bureau of the ito
Highlight of the meeting wasa
week day between the pre- the old Venice Inlet Road. I II Cause Uncertain Republican National Committee,
decision to restore the assessments -
;registration dates, so men The second hearing, scheduled promising that the Invitation
1'I Exactly what led to the shooting ; on three properties-which,
he area can sign with as for Tuesday morning, continued would receive "much thought and
up was : Is not known yet, according to had been slashed by the council ''v
Inconvenience as possible until next week by Circuit Chief Hanchey. It was done by consideration.
I I two week ago to the figures! at
[immunities from which men Judge W. T Harrison of Sarasota Mrs. KatherIne Davis. 20, he said, Nothing further has been heard which they were carried on the

come to Wlmmers' office, acing The move was made after Ringo's however, and apparently followed from Dewey or the OOP committee 1947 roll The reductions hall
counsel, J. Irvin Walden of Sara- the local Legionnaire admitted !
an argument that Mrs. Davie'mother
to plans set up by the brought a storm of protests from
sota, pleaded In court that the Mrs. Lonnle Clemmons but he pointed out that a refusal -
>ota County Draft Board, those who claimed that the o
Inlet! Road had been declared va- had not been received either. -
had engaged in with Patricia'sgrandmother
de Venice, NokomIs, Osprey, changes were unjustified, politi-
cated by the City of Venice and In addition, another message
Mrs. Sadie Wagner
el, Engewood, and all othershe cally Inspired or both.
i that Ringo was within his rightsIn was sent to OOP headquarters on
area. Men from other loses Mrs. Clemmons had apparently Mayor's Hotel Affected
constructing his fishing centeron Aug. 7, repeating! the invitationand
county ordered Patricia and Mrs. WAg-
or section of the
The properties Involved In this ,
one hide of the road. extending It to Vice Presi-
also sign up here, however ner to leave a pasture In which dential Nominee Earl Warren If action were the Venezia Hotel
I local register In City Challenged they had been picking guavas
men can
the latter should be making a owned by Mayor Suter, which had:
ota or at other registration Oibb's application had chal- and Mrs. Davis fired at them ai
southern tour at the time in ques- been reduced to an assessed val
es If not here on the greed lenged the right of the city to they drove away. The land Is tion. uatlon of 25520. This was restored -

registration dates. grant RIngo a lease for the pur- owned by Mrs. Wagner's hus- to Its former valuation of y /
pose, asserting that the road had band, but had been leahed to the Attractions Pointed OutA I
About 200 to Sign S32.355. The others were the residences
never been properly vacated and Clemmons family for irazlngPUl' reply to the second messageIs I Shinkle
Miss Frances ,
of
le registration clerk estimated '
that the fishing center would )>OSeS ever since Wagner and still being awaited. Both '
about 13 per cent of the men mes'I''I' Armada Rd.t returned to its former -
his block the road and create a public Clemmons dissolved their land sages were signd by valuation of (20693 after '
station of the county -
hazaru. The judge asked Ringo's clearing partnership.Mrs. Johnston Nokomis, commander'
.895 and of Dr.
My about 200 would be being cut to $19 ;
attorney to produce evidence at Davis was arrested late of the local legion post. Both also
fired Austin Flint, Armada Rd., return-
to sign up. He pointedthat
the next hearing to bark up hlj Monday evening by Deputy Sheriffs pointed out that the OOP nominees Continued on Page Seven) a
all men between 18 and
claim that the road had been Zeke Rhoades and Jack Roy- could relax at the Tarpon
ould be required to register. beach It
Center and they came
ding those had vacated. Hi of Sarasota. She was freed Rotarians Can Help World
who have here that privacy could be obtained ,
No Formil Action from the county jail after a $1.-
tons military service. that could put President
and they College SaysDr.
i The attorney appeared before 000 property bond had been posted -
'M suggested that regl In some time playing !golf, fish-
(Continued on Page Seven) by her father. H. E. C\mningham! president -
ts
try to appear at Wlm- ing and generally resting for the
s, office according to the fol- strenuous presidential campaignlater of Edison College at Ft.

ng schedule.. which is not reed this year. i Myers, told the Venice Rotary

but will ease the work of I Old Engine Like Flapper "We're hoping that these attractions Club yesterday that Rotarians
had "won-
'trat'on' clerks and shorten will prove enough to' and all civic groups a

time necessary to complete persuade men of such Importance derful opportunity" to exerclso
man's I Comes Home- for New Paintold their Influence in world affairs.
registration. to be with us on Labor Day

"g. 30-Persons born In the Bowen told the Gondolier. If not, Speaking at notary's luncheon

1922, after August 30, 1922 girl feel better. But by a he stated, another speaker of note meeting In the Venice Golf and
after
Like a "career girl' a such
Country Club he said
be nrcughHi for the cele
g. 31 or Sept. 1 PersonsIn hot day at the office Venice's coincidence, the paint shop also will
Indication groups could help promotea
bration. No was givenas
the year 1923.pt. to be located in the
oldest fire engine came "home" happens
to who might be' approachedas feeling of good fellowship by
.- 2 or 3-Persons born In this week for a good bath and anew building that was formerly the an alternate speaker. It Is un- working through similar groupsIn
year 1924. paint job. city fire station. The pumperwas
derstood that an invitation was other nations.
Pt. 4 or 7 Persona born inYear The engine, a 1926 model kept there for many years declined by Fuller Warren, Dem- The speaker warned that if the
before going to the air base a
1925. France pumper
American-La
ocratic nominee for governor of development of human relation
Pt. 8 or 9-Persons born In was brought to the town from year and one-half ago, so It Florida, who said he had previous vas not brought up to the level

year 1926.P' the fire station at the former was a real hcmecomlng. commitments.The of scientific discoveries, man

10 or 11-Persons born In Venice Army Air Base by Fire The newly refurbished engine speaker last year was Congressman could easily destroy himself.: A

year 1927. Chief J<-D. Stephens. It was will be returned to the air base J. Hardin Peterson, fleet of 100 planes with atomic

Pt. 13 or 14"-Persons born in delivered the paint shop of next week. There It will, at Lakeland. bombs could destroy all of Flor-

year 1928.pt. Daniel W Danny) last, be a match for the -shiny Older Plans ida In less than an hour, he
W, Venice Ave., and Hemphlll'l
15 or 16-persons born In Ford and Chevrolet pumpers Other plans for the celebration, pointed out.
been given a
yew 1929.t. has consisted of a washing, that were bought from the which will be sponsored by the The program was In charge of
ial" that aban- for the third year In a George Read, manager of the
It when the base was Legion
or 18-Persons born In scraping and coat of red paint. army
doned. (Continued on Pace Two) Worthington Apts.
Continued on Page Two) That's enough to make any
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Failure Get Tide' Station Tubatorium Sold Venice Lions Pick Party at the CounltJ

.. J to New CommitteesChairmen dinner Those and who an met iw bit I


Disappoints Venice C. of C. Steckleys and workers for 'com- at the Venice Oolf evening and g*

Venice Lions Club 1
mittees of the Club were Dr E, 8.
were chosen by the board of directors Mr. and Mrs
Hopes Were High cSarge) Bowen of the C of C, By Jack 'McCarel last night at a special Mr. .and Mr, Alfred Gustave C.

( because It. would have provided that followed the Mrs Beuita
Became of board sess.on and. oeorge
HerortVtnJce an added payroll of Rome $50,000I regular club meeting at the Venice Mrs, J. A Devlin,II:

business leaders were I I a year for the city and Its residents Baltimore Couple Golf and Country Club Mrs J. J. Ifr.ioo.J vT.
.
It would have i .
In additlc. Visit
Came for
disappointed this week when it The new administrative subcommittees Miller Mr. Helena
employment for approximately
provided list
was announcd by Carl Bischoff, 20 local people and 20 Derided to StayThe and their member and Mr. R o SlmpSOQ

r city manager of Sarasota, that outsiders. Venice Tubatorium self- Include: Attendance, H 8 Bowden Robert Morrison Mr, and

the county seat had been chosen I chairman Byron Earl and W Moremen, Mrs
hopes Irish service laundry started last Jan ltelea
Carl Wolf; Convention. A. Roehr Mrs. Leslie
1 by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife 1 Hopes had been high among uary by Mr. and Mrs Jack Mc- Stl'Ckley] ,
chairman; Finance. Doug Arnall, Conrad. Harry
service as the cite for i "red for Carel of Venice was sold this Miele IiId/"
those promoting the drive chairman. James Fender and R. bert H. Mvtrs
tIde" week to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L
laboratory a report Issued Aug 5 by Actln I O. Haines; Lions Education A, --
Steckley of Baltimore Md.
ra+ Led by President Robert O Director M. C. James of the Fish Roehr, chairman; Membership Labor
Haines of the Venice Chamber of and Wildlife Service had Indicated Mrs. Steckley Is the sister-in- Charles Oadd chairman Dr. T. Day 0

Commerce, a drive had been car- that Venice was placed among law of J Raymond Bell, owner I S. Thompson and H. E. Weltz.: (Continue I from Par;%|
') of the Venlce-Myakka Hotel on
tied on by many local business the top three of the west coast Program and Publicity, Dr.
the Tamiaml Trail. She and her I row. were discussed
n ,
iji'n in the last few' weeks In an cities being considered by tIN Thompson, chairman. Victor ,
husband came here four monthsago meeting of the Novel
attempt to have the laboratory sen'ice. Some 20 cities had offered Fette, E. J, Peter and H, S. Bow- M<
for a visit and liked the community day night at the I legion: h
located here facilities for the laboratory. ;
so well they decided to den.The E. Venice Ave Amount t ,,
The project was desired, HC. Venice and other cities seeking new activities subcommittees details announced
stay permanently were
cording to Acting Secretary B E the ]laboratory were inspected li : Boys and Girls, Grady Tay5or have a formation pIQ
Formerly Bakery t, ,P. of planes
July! by Dr Joseph E King. ac- chairman. L. Potts and John McDill Field
Mr. Steck.ey: 41. formerly was Tampa, 'n-,(
quatic! biologist for the wildlife Newberry; Civic Improvementand Venice and
Appendicitis Attack Puts vice president of the Boston put on arte l
sen Ice His retort raid Venice'sadvantages Community Betterment. possible; a decision
Jean Bean in Hospital I I were Its location directly btrauss: hotel bakery In Baltimore Kenneth Hegel chairman. Gadd.FloydJojner cream concession to to uUE the
He '
is a nattof Garret
the gulf the fact that and Citizenship
i on Newberry: drink and
6 Ms Jean Bean lt>->'ear-nld : has channel Ind.. and attended the Unl\M-! I sandwich iiujj
It a deep and Education Grad y
ready planned
if la'ighter of Mrs Edna Bean ofVnue I and that Its sea water entrarlce.// city of Minnesota He later entered Taylor chairman Weltz andWolf etc
Ave. the insurance business but Final plans for the ill
X was stricken cudIS i no pollution and : Health Welfare and Safety !
t (. left In the U S, ;, program will be made nell
V. .I'nIYIth an apprnaicun auacK fresh water dilution to serve Army Byron Earl, chaIrman J M,
Nry W"nl'-day, Di, James E Blades, for six months before the attackon day at a joint meeting of tip
Sarasota apparently pot the Dick. Peter and Fette: Sight Con- I
i-4 ty whom she has been employed Pearl Harbor (Blon and its *ulllarjwhile ,
I
cei'\lces! approval because It offered servation and the Blind J M
for the summer, took her to the Mrs. Steckley, 32 was born In prizes that will !be i
use of a building on the Ponder, chairman Haines. Joy-
EdJ'a*ota Hospital and perform I ed at a dance in the V
Fairport, Vn
and attended
west end of the city pier th"1 ner and Herb Myers
!
an operation lmmpolately. She 1se.elting I Blackstone Junior College: Country Cub at the r.d.

along nicely, .. ncal'i Charles Gadd was chosen a 9 program are nn exhblUlII:
Petersburg Va. Tne couple <
50 Feet of New SidewalkFiftv I chairman to handle sales of the stores that are sat ntrlbuU
,tan Is chairman of the flag three children. Maurice 13
annual Christmas Seals costA .
a ',its being! 'ponvorel b\ the Not I fed of new' sidewalk wa Elaine 8. and Brian, 15 months'

t Eel Pot American tl' lon Au\ll- i laid this week in front of the I Although Mr Steckley underwent '

Irn' for the Laboi Day cH I
l
) : Sin I Is now' nblt: to car')' Venice Ave The new' pavement I recently and has not yet fully recovered -

'" cr .1'i work and: all girls| ] inter- was put in the grassy area between the new owners have already -

t i'u :n uliirs the flags I for haaie the existing sidewalk" and | takn over operation of th,* Our Truck ill call :any place in Enlewolii'ena! |
,i keo 't, nil tit. Mine prun!" !h.. ctiib making the walk 15 Tubatorium
,, Mis Stl"'kley11I :Nokomis, Phci 1a. Pt. Comfort md
G
n --u J704 to loluntft. r feet wide at that ;point: Contractor ce in active charge: until her husband

., the piofec Louis Adorjan did th'ork, J! has recuperated Punta Gonda Beach.

Mr McCarel. who formerly! COMPLETE ONE DAY LAUNDRY SERVK! |

DANCE operated several, Sarasota nigh! Just Telephone Venice 3385
clubs and sttll has an Interest In

AT the 400 Club of that city Is not Englewood Automatic LaundryTHE

'N1 2 Orange Blossom Hotel yet ready to announce his future

plans He Is native
Sarasnta Florida a of Ander-
son. Ind., and moved here with
r Sat., Sept. 4th 9 'til Ws family five year: ago. He and I

Sponsored by his wife have one child. Billy, 13 KING FURNITURE CO.

Young Republican Club who Is a sports reporter for the FRED B, KING. OWNERof

Gondolier, Punta Gorda
Of Sara>ota
TAKES PLEASURE IN WELCOMING
Admission Call ','n'cf. 2701 TO OF
60c Draft THE BUSINESS urn
Fw :Tick-Is
I THIS AREA
(Continued from Page One)
Mr. and Mis. I Leslie I.. Steck.. 'Y
the year 1930 before Sept 19
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN THE 1948 ASSESSMENT 1930 NEW OWNERS

ROLL OF THE CITY Persons hoI ere born '
OF VENICE, on or VENICE rUBA70R1L1k1'

f FLORIDA, AND CHANGE IN THE DATE OF hfter Sept 19. 1930. will register
on the day they attain the 18th
: MEETING AT WHICH THE COUNCIL anniversary of the day of their

WILL RECEIVE PETITIONS. bIrth or within five days thereafter

at the Selective Service A Friendly Welcome

Local Board within: their home
Is Extended to the New Owners
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may con. area

am that the Assessment Roll of the City of Venice, Presidential ProclamationThe THE VENICE TUI3.\TORllMr. \\

Horid.t: (fur the year WIS, after having been registration l dates were established
eqiuliej ) by a proclamation 1 U- apd Mrs. Leslie L Steckley

: and; corrected( has :main been subject to conVuler.ition lIed ty President Harry S Truman .

; \ and change, :and all persons desiring: to 1m e on July 20 The only mtn1 1 Ey

correct ions nude;( thereon whether in the not required to register: if at II. N. WIMMERS Realtor
listing cr least IE and under 26. are those -

v :tlut.on:: : ot the ,property, or otherwise, are hereby currently in ACTIVE military Working for An Always Better Venue

required to file with the service
City Clerk, their petition to

the council :setting; forth their objection to said All registiants to answer 15 should questions be pie.pared In.

ass w'-MTient: \ and the correction that detail! when
they desire made, they sign up. These For'ALong

c'r they hall orally' state the same to the G'uncil on Include the legUtiants: nanv

the place of Jesldonc' permanent
Jay hereinafter specified : CoolDRINK
mailing address name and ad-

You, and each: of you, will also take notice that: I| know dress 01 rcmeon who will always t )
j his address,
: the
exact date
the
Council
will meet :at the Council Chamber in and place of birth normal oc

the City ot Venice, Florida, at S p.m. on the 'rJ Jay cupatlcn: name of employer, na- Stop AtLarry's

of September, A.b. l'J4S for the purpose of hearing ture of business In whl'-h he Is M
: engaged. place of employment
these objections, if any.CITY local board under which he Is PlaceOn

registered under former draft .
laws whether ever rejected
for
OF
VENICE .
military service and the dale, the Tamiaml Trail

t By : HELG HOESS SIt-Dl!:[ : since marital Sept status Is. 1940.military present service mem- it hat north of Nokomis

City Clerk bership In a reserve component of 1 Delicious Sa.ndwichetAlso

4escrlp he armed lon force.,( and personal I Packaged Liquors



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August 27. 1948 VZNTCZ GONDOLIER Page Three

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[Peninsular Key Sale Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jackson and Venice DeptErecting Store IsV GOES OAPRESCRIPTION

Eo Chapin. Englewood real daughter, Carol Sue of Tampa ?
broker recently announc- and Mrs. Jackson's sister Mrs. NeWill w Buildingshoe

e sale of 400 feet of Pen- E. R. Schlereth of Michigan

r Key property, running came to Venice the middle of this Help 'Fill Promise' department and a new brandof

the Gulf to the bay month. The Jacksons will make Made by New OwnerThe I women's and children shoes
|Leon Chapman of Batavia their permanent home here at will be added. She also hopes to

who plans to build'In the the Worthington Apts. and Mrs. Venice Department Store add a nun'i wear department In t
founded last September when the /\t
future. Consideration was Schlereth will visit with them for the near future thereby filling a
former Lanier Dry Goods and
ed to be 8000. a while before returning to her Ready-to-Wear Store was pur- long-felt need In this area where r
pin also announced a sale Michigan home. I chased and renamed by Mrs. Lillian nS similar store exists All mer- 9
ed In conjunction with H
II Joseph of Hartford. Conn., chandise will be departmentalized -
!miners Venice lealtor. It I
will soon be moved into up-to- so as to make shopping easlei.
ed a 100-foot lot on Pen- tlon of $2.000. The Fosters planto .
date
new quarters.Mrs.
ir Key sold to Mr. and Mrs. build a home on the property! Joseph announced this The department store owner
rton Foster of Bayvllle starting construction In who will hold title to the rebuilding
September. week.that work had been startedon
for a reported considera- a new cement block building resides on Sunset Dr. In

that will house the store and that Nokomis. She has three children

she hoped It would be ready for Billy Jr., 11, Carolee, 6, and Tim-
occupancy by Oct. 15. The ClydeV. othy, 4. The present department doctor
ingredients
Lets Eat Out Hisel Contracting firm Is doIng store quarters will be taken over. THE your
I. )
of court; but also t
the work. when vacated by the Taylor
there the scientific know!
The building, to be located on Hardware and Paint Co. The lat- ton !k" a
:lisflways W. Venice Ave. between Wolf's ter Is now located In a smaller edge and skill ol experience of
Sinclair Service Station and the building a few doors east. our expert phirm cit( Thtt'i
Thompson Medical Bldg, will be -- why fOil may bring prescriptions
R occupied jointly by the depaitment A recent applicant to enlist In to ui with confident.
store! and the Kenneth Higel the Navy was a determined young
Appliance Store. It will have a mar.. Told that he could not I
for riie 48-foot frontage a depth of 70 ify because the little finger Qual-I
family The Rexall Store
feet "and bo one-story high. The right hand was paralyzed he had : ,
department store will occupy 30 the finger amputated and reapplied '
and the ap- He got In. I I POST OFFICE ARCADE
feet of the frontage PHONE 1111 VENICE M
[Re-Opening Monday, August 30 pliance store the remaining 18:' .I.
feet.
I 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Fancy Front Whether You
Wish to FurnishAn
.Recalling that last fall she
premised Venice a "modern department -
Full Course Meals, Fine ServiceAt store with prices that Entire Home, or Simply

will stand comparison); with thoseIn
I Need A Piece of
Single
Reasonable Prices Sarasota and Tampa," Mrs.
Joseph ald the new store wouldbe
another step toward fulfllllns I Furniture to 'Dress Up' A

her promise. It will have a street I
Spare Room
Palm
GrillOn
canopy an adobe brick front. Indirect ,
attractive col-
lighting an
or scheme plenty of counter KING'SCan
the Trail at Venice Avenue
space of a new design and numerous -
VENICE other Improvements.Most Help
FLORIDA of the present lines ol '
merchandise will be continued, O You
she stated but a complete men's
f

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Choose From l.. .
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One of The (

Largest Stocks in

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Southwest Florida :
SIGNS


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FORMS "We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down" i

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POSTERS

I BOOKLETS Radio Sick, Broken? ;

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t

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f I Janie's Jottings j Standing'Dead' Wire in Lily Fells Pond Woman Englewood Girl to M


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Mrs, Virginia O Wilson
i fly Janet 'f.I Centner Jt owner of the Copper Kettle Inn Laurel Man Tomorrow'

Gondolier Social Editor t on Harbor Drive, escaped death

by electrocution recently by the
Mrs John Orto of Corinth, N V Just can't stay away from

Venice at least for the winter months She will visit Indefinitelywith narrowest of margins Venice
Mrs. Wilson who operatedthe B'Way Ceremoi
Ruth and "Kirk" KujKendall of Ponce de Leon Axe. who me t
Venice Taxi Service during
her at the train Monday in Tampa; This will be her third seasonhere
the war came Into contact witha
Mrs'Oito came early tins sear to "get In on" our big Laflor
charged wire l'hll.tandlnl/
Day celtbiatlon which she has
I In a lily pond behind her home,
missed up to now, Hope she hasa I I to their new home on the beach Soldiers
The wire was supposed to have Women to Finish Alte
grand time Mr and Mrs Km- | The Hurts came down from Mor-
been disconnected for several
i d kendall were In Tampa for the ganton, N. Coo to make Venice ,
months and she was attempting
weekend and celebrated Mrs K:. their permanent home Home WetOfMissBeai
? v birthday Sunday, I to train a vine to grow over It. Labor Day Plans
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As soon as she touched the
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Mr and Mrs Louis Everett of wire, however a powerful
Home from
a two months' vacation
t' In Michigan are Mrs Sam the Venice Bay Trailer Park came charge of electricity surged Legion Auxiliary i

home recently from vacation through her body and froze her
Colgate and daughter Margaret, I Plans Two MeetingsFinal
1 if Nokomis Lodge Mrs Colgate trip through Ohio, Returningwith hand to the wire All! attempts At 5 o'clock tomorrow J

!w' ,'l( 1 was visiting three sisters and a them wan 1.1.. Katherine to pull loose were unsuccessful plans for the coming La- nqon Miss Marie "

i, brother' and their families in'|I Holmes of Lima, Ohio M,si < until he lost consciousness and bor Day festivities will be discussed i

a } 1't' Muskegon and Margaret went to 1 i I Holmes' brother and sister-ln- t the weight of her body apparently by numbers of the American daughter of Mrs Iha] i Bel

t Camp Emory on Big Blue Lake. law Mr and Mrs Chris Holmes dislodged the lethal Legion Auxiliary No-Vel Post No of Englewood and Hem} F

t olth of Mu>kegonFilends ailived In Venice last week front rand, 1W at two meetings next week ben! of M:chlcan, will!! becom'

.? % g (t .. o- lima and have bought a home In Mrs Wilson suffered bu ns A Joint meeting of the Legion bride of Hutm' Stefn'oae:

k of Mrs T M \Viede Edgewood about the hands. but did not and Auxiliary officials will beheld Mrs Ida Stevenson of Uiird

.1 fri of Nokomi'- will be glad to -o require med'cal treatment The at 8 p,m, Monday In the Legion ceremony tit be perform

I I learn that she Is up) aid, around Back In tow. tier a e\en- dead' wire has been Amoved. Hall, East Venice Ave, I' Rev. George L, Harp, t :

0 t again after a wttk illness week vacation trip to New Yo,k needless to say The following committee heads Venice Nokomis Method/
74111 'ate .Is Charles Church, at the home ol It
tt.. ek -0- are : Hvdct of are urged to attend: Mrs, Thelmi t
Tiiasun' Island: Mrs. A Wagner on Venn
her
Word and
has been renewed that daughter Smith, tickets; Mrs Helen Rich
George \V Botts Jr.. owner of Mis Ward McCotter ol No Way.
iy Two Bible Schools children's events, Mrs Peg Simp-
A r the BOllakadIIho has been Kcmls, They were visiting Mrs ton beauty contest; Mrs Sadie Miss Florence Ellen Ster-

umnI'I'lnll with Mrs Bolts In Hyder's daughters, Mu Robt'i\ will be maid of honor I for LBeaublen
Wolf, hot dogs! ; Mrs. Mae Wrede
Norton. Va.. I. recuperating from Lloyd of Sjtaciiselis, Jay Park. End in and Pet Htrrrk|
ProgramsFor and Mrs Miry Eddy, dance; Mrs.
a leccm operation) Mr and MMEotts u of Bourkvllle and Mrs Donald Mabel Surls. Mrs Ann Surls and blen, brother of i li1C brde-: -irIs

fxpni to return to Venice Piine>' and MM Walter Carnn coming from Ft Jackson.i.
Mrs Alice Lurkcj, fish cry; Mrs
4aM ,hotly both of SoNMllc the Children Violet Wallace, Mrs. AudreyJohnston. to stand up for Mr S\t:

o.- __O- Pvt Bepublon end tan buc:
Mrs Mary Lou Rae-
s 4 MX Pile Pepplc ot (the Gulf Mr and Mu Cljdc P La"bury burn, Mrs Ann Wimblsh and from Ft, Jack, )n Pit

1 Grill turned Satin day after IKI of East Hartford, Conn.. annrunce RiplNK: Methodists Mrs, CIMta Orlo, booths Blair sod PB, tel Sir
I I'Hniout 10 dwit'i the both of En&liw"od, armed:
an ul'cleIIr.d birth of their third t I've' New Methods The other special meeting willibe
lIunt. M and Mrs J t, Muii '- daughter on Aug 11 In Hut fold, Florida I this weak ,0 be ,safe
> held on Tuesday evening at 3,
uon ol AtlanTa, Ga Mr PippleI I II Conn M5: Lasburj Is the daughter !' To Teach I I LessonsCommencement the wedding
L at which: time all members of the
I Ino*' in Emriek N. Wit and I III of Mr and Mrs J, E B.\I't.1 I Ilrkle'. (uslumr
i e'crcse S:m- i Auxiliary 11'1furt\ \ hl'r discuss and
.1 1 be bark In Venice about the Idt l sr of Ponce de Leon The bilde-to,' ou cIo! AVt.// day evening at 7:30: will climax complete rancrments for th
I IJJ'! or hive
fewrtimbir They named the
nt'I'"ah this weesn sessions of the Vaca- I Labor Day Celebration wear for the oce n a peril
yt -0- I'- Jean La buiy, Jr with flare tad
I lion Bble School of the First It hasbeen erroneously reported j ored suit a
Y i l 1-' ana tomotiovv, X.anti --0- Baptist three-quartei lenrlh stereo
Chutch About 50 children that Mrs Lonnie ClemniornI
d M: Charier Boone cl Laurel will Shot,Id have been fun last of all ages: who attendedthe I I chairman of the food committee accessories will be II hl eiKij

+} \ ',t Mr Boones father A D '' night for Mis Ham Britton dally classes this week have She Is head of the committee corsage will be nude ol pnk: >'.

7rma In Madison Fla. for 'Sf\eial of her friends ranged! prepared apoc'al! program for that will piepa-e; huh led roses

;y. (11)1"lt ;a w' '?ic, a wrprse' patty foi her at the Sunday night puppies. but Mrs Mabel Surls I li A reception for the 1 famc

oThru Count Club In hci'T of her Films were shown to Illustratesome chairman In complete charge of friends will be- held at B It''

4* if our Laurel neighbors; birthday: Those in the stoup who< of the lessons during the til\ food for the day -- except the evening at the Fngc! ood 1 t

ys. a;* in Sarasota H".pitil this cnoved' upper and card were week, in which the children combined I fish which have been left to thr of C. Harold! Bit i, slot l H

+ N 't work and we wish them all a Mr and Mis Giphfm French. stidv and planned recrea IIt I jI men cousin of Miss B ubien and'

1 speeds recovers B rjamln Ell! Mand Mrs Abe H ti r and Mi I Ion. Teachers for the beginners! -- --'- whom she and mother
.
*a taken !''a.t Fi div because and M's Jack Sebastian ccaifl
of were Mrs D C Ci aw fold. Mrs Negro Christian Workers been sti>iig : :
I *!' a:t condition Mi'. Lord HOb. --o-- Aril.
I, I William Bellamy and Miss Nadine Taught by Rev. HarperRev Florida In
f ::> underwent
an operation Mr.: and Mrs Frank Roebuck mite 4
I Hares; for the primary grade. The couple! oat
" Tuesday morning And Louis and daughter Mai ha Ann left I Mrs. Benlamln Myers and Miss George L, Harper of the home In Venice

1 B'.ck! :uri: wn of Mr and Mis last week for a motor trip to Cal- Jackie Boldt and for the Junior Venice Nokomis Met hod III I *

A E atubam, had Ills appeo. ,: !Mcrr'a'! They expect to icturntarly group, Mis J. D Arnold and Mr Church Venice, returned last II I--Mr. find Mr Emi dt
c.X rtnovt-rt! on WedneFda< Yon in SiptembT I me 1"
; Murrlel Tlumpson Friday evening from Daytona komls Height, Ting :

'ir:ght send them a card to cheer ,I o I Rev, D Campbell Crawford I Beach where he had been attend dents of this area, art on C'
,
t n :ipM' I After spending: the summer In ; look color movies of the groupsat ing the Negro Christian! Workers annual vacation trip to

-o- I Venice lit the \\oithltgton, Fei work and play throughout the Training Conference at the Beth- Springs, Ark for cI'eral'Mr <

and Mis o S, Bicnson of ImaM Walter will 1 leave sometime week, and will announce at a une-Cookman College and Mrs C stet BOOt

P-:',c- de L"on Ave hue been up next week for his home In I 'later date when the mOI'lc1'11I Rev, Harper taught courses at I taking care of the )i !bU mts'

In Roc'h' sui N. Y. for month Fndltot N y 'Twill be cold up] I be ready to be shown the conference to acquaint the they are away,

l'hry! pot back Sunday anti there, this winter. Mr Walter I Methodists Also Finish Negro': Christian workers with the

!brought \UththimMis Blomon'rothl'rIj.Ilw % I I -o- The Methodist Vacation hutch activities pnd purposes of the

| and Mspr( MI' Other !guests at The Worthington .1.1I School also matted Its final ses. Methodist Youth Fellowship

i and: Mrs Peter B'I't-mes who are I this wreak are Mr and Mrs lion! this morning, with a synop- I

i Pcins to make their home. Here In ; Hugh Blair of Miami and sis of the we--k'.; work prepared'

Venice w"th the B'l'nson.: liam Connor of Alexandria WH.// by the 60-odd children who en. : SEED PRINTING:'

-o- I I 0_ rolled foot the classes Parents Phone THE GONDOLIER.
:'star kr nil mif s of Mi and I Venice 3131.
and lends
Mr of the
,
M" Jennie Chonault of MutU young people
James M McClure, Noko- II II Avenue has returned to her home were Invited to attend this morn-
lets H"Ights,
were! Mr and Mis Inns meeting I
('Ir' W"'I'h! following a brief visit with hirrn and Mrs Barry Wimblsh
who refreshments
live In The e I
In law and daughtci Mr and ourpose of this year's : Mrs J, A. H.g'itowcr ea1
-o ramp"j Mrs, J, school was to acquaint the I
Mrs Flied Spear sM ] Fay Davis and daughter with! \ youngsters Mrs Bruce Rigby music and i
church
Sandra service
of Centre
Ala pioecd MItNell
Fonv! T:'-vv and Fit d. Jr.. RoChester ire Those teaching R gby, secretary '
the classe'were ,
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N y |have been
visiting Mn J. T, Blalock,
for \ I Mr and Mrs Bruce Intermediates -
about a week Rlsbv and Ladies!
with Mn
Spears family of Nokomis and seniors: ; Mrs J, K ; Attention."AUGUST .
Hmther-ln-lr had a busy 03 ;
and si-Vr, Hill, Juniors: tile :
Mr :nd Ids LsrHe.llels or N'). weekend They entertained FrI. Johnston and Misses Betty LP? \ '; I'I SPECIALS I
Virgin
day and Bow den,
kofliis On Tuesday an-1 I Saturday for Mr, and ,
evening Mis primary group; Mrs R w Nara -: .l "If!
Pobert E, L-
c'her brother-In-law and sin[ I Charotte f Md children more the beginners, and Mrs. ':, --.,/.. \ $8.t.0 Waves s illi
Mr and Mrs Henry Hcisrli, and r.bei, Jr., of Wintir A
drove Haven, Mr LeeAs- nt'sI'dpr and Mrs.! Lloyd For ;l.0
down from Sarasota for a at the ta- oned Murphy, the nursery class :i Heavenly $10.00 Waves
family air base here
parts at Lairys Place during the The
--- war. Then on Sunday the Rlgbvs of following were In charge Tre ltCHIFFON Including lout lair ell
i I went to St arranging the school: Mn ,
H- and Mrs, E W Draggers Petersburg to see M- i Blnlock, CAKE and lUir Mile
RI by's dean: Mrs Alvin
Jones
brother-in-hw .
end famllv Laurel. re'urmd ; and his.ter assistant Bflter Thin Ad for
Anttl Fwd/ Watch This
dean
.1 Mrs
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Mr L. Wood-
and Mrs.
I.
W
Monday after visiting! Larsen. with Butter
relatives in I ard, games: Mrs. B E. Bowen Cream Frosting Summer Specials.: :
Orlardo Ft Meade and Aicad:
Fla Family Size $1.25.

IS A CharmBeauty
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Club
Size
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hurt and 3461 $3.00 Salon

family who have been
Tie Wonhlngton A"atment ummerlnft VENICE TAXI "L & S" BAKERY TRIXIE ttClU

are Just about ready to move In-J I tr-DRiVgdT CARS FR RENT 307 W. Venice Ave Phone 2811 -

Phone til :Closed All Day satlJlllfVENICE


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n CHURCHES ICE.NOKOI'S CHURCH METHODIST 'PeachieY Grandmother 14th Help BirthdayMiss Mark New Sarasota GOP Group eat kI i


Bet point 1'1........ Peachie Henne, daughter j
L. 110'-. minister To Hold Its First DanceCity
(;.orer
..... Sunday achooLm. of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Q"C
Morning Worships Henne of the Gulf View Apt I
PM Youth.Pdkwshlpp.m. *" v

|.,.d.,.Evening',10 00.1.pm. MidwMl celebrated her 14th birthday Venetians Can Get T 1
T and song .*wine, Wednesday,
Englewood Services Pickets to AttendThe Presented by your
School, Miss Lotth Peachle Clerk ol Medicine as a
.m. Sunday came here In July, flyIng Back at Desk Service ol the
0 .up't. Young Republican Club of Medical Association' ,
In from
Km. Church Mrvlca. i iI Los Angeles Calif., After entertaining Family your local Medicalclay .
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Sarasota, founded only six .
here she dr0.
I had
BAPTIST CHURCH spent last winter
FIRST
"...... *l Miami Avenue with relatives Also here Mrs Helga Ross Siede, VenIce months ago, will sponsor its flirt CHECK THAT TROPHY {
to help I ,
V.nle. t city clerk returned to her
,. Campbell Crawford, Pallor her celebrate her birthday this desk dance Saturday evening, Sept, 4 Tragedies brought Into ABJerf-
Monday morning after
a
m.. Klblf Claam week was her grandmother, Mrs.H. at the Orange Room of th' can homes by war trophies bar
> Mnmlnv atrvlc brief vacation at her home
ipm.BTULvrrln. C Reichle of Columbus, Miss. Orange Blossom Hotel In Sara- been numerous Like those pro
.., here
duced
p.m. vl.* by other type of Accidents
...d.. ,. TiSO p.m. Hid WM. who has been visiting for a During her holiday Ml t. sota, this sadness, destruction and r-
4
10' '''' month. of life Is
Slede entertained her son and Tickets can be secured locally unnecessary.
An intensive educational
ST. MARK EPISCOPAL TJie. child's grandfather, Mr. fro-
CHURCH daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs through Mrs. H. P. Kuykendallof gram carried on by the United
,I 1.1... Si onto Palermo P1.cfr Reichle, will join them over the Stellos Slede of Houston Tex. Ponce de Leon Ave. Table reservations States Treasury Department Alcohol
muni W. 1. Stryker. labor Day weekend. He and Mrs. Her daughter-ln.law's parents. Tax Unit and th. National
Priest In ('turn.Hiry can also be made War Trophies Safety Commute shalt
Reichle will then return to their
I., Rundnv 8"nd.1 School Mr and Mrs. George Chatmas through her if desired produced gratifying reMilt.
home In Mississippi, of Hearne, Tex. were also her Nevertheless record,
am. Morning *rvle* second andRuodays Dancing will start at 9 oclou. newspapers
of each month until Oe Peachle will be going to the local guests. almost dally, that some grenade.shell .
to the music of Dck! Lathan1'Korchestra or other souvenir brought l'.
fifth Sunday In May and Alien) high! school this Inter, Because her daughterinlawand Featured soloist wIll be home from the war has explodedThe 1
Mr, Chatmas had never aeriou'nces of the situationIs
:J
CHURCH OF COD David Downer' of Siesta! Key formerly -
Venice Avanua Marylanders Like Venice before visited! this part of the evidenced In an article by Robert j
of Boston, who has !'
sung S. Krause In recent tout
| R. CD, Jrrnlr.n. Pastor country. Mrs. Siede took them a
m. Qundsr School.a Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. professionally! In this aica' and of Hygeia health magazine ea- :
Beachof
m Prearhlne. all on a "tour" of the West took part In the Sarasota Easier t titled "Death Lurks In WarS o m. Poaching. Salisbury. Md. made their first north venirs."
Coast, traveling as far as !
Services
People'S.9 I trip to Venice last week to vIsit St Petersburg They also view- I Sunrjse Mr Krause says that if youromrminlty
.t.t'Ier.b
Mrs. Beach mother MJS HarryA Mrs Boyd Qeinhaid of Sal a- has had no such meet
ed points of Interest in this
since World Her It U to .
sota Is publicity! chairman for the
'C'ICE CATHOLIC CHURCH Beach of Ponce de Leon Av, area. unRularlv lucky. However. Uu
Na.... al Tampa. Avenue The couple left claimln that affair, .,(11 are against your mtlntainin i iwa"I1I1.

I r, r L. Vrnic Elslnnd.r l Pastor their vacation was all too short I that record. for very lonff." InHP ,
m M... and raving about the natural 2633 Sarasota2529
of God explains that the preventive j
.fMHIY: OP GOD TNI'RCHK'"C I beauties and climate of Venice Assembly I Phones mcnsutea are elmpli The Alcohol
I I
"'.Way. I Perhaps they'll come back and Tax Unit urges the owner at
" D. Trultt, "paJu.. pistols, rcvohors ordinary rifles
m. Evening 8rr>ic>. stay with us Ambulance
Church Moves to and shotguns to have them examined -
by experts to aw If they are s
ServiceDay spf r to flrp Firearm slid xptoivo >
SUMMER MONTHS ] of all types should be locked *
Its New BuildingArmy or Night leas away from. children and care- ti

Close Saturdays at One gtttvnups."o'tr local office of the Alcohol
Prompt and CourteoisROBARTSSHANNON TAX Unit will be glad to examine
Hut Erected v, ur trophies and mal<" certain

II. WIMMKRS Realtor n Con mon they are harmless, or take atop
> ,re? to transfer them Into hartul1

To I Replace Store< I Funeral Home suvenilw, v.th none of their tea
PENINSULAR :TEIiEI'HONt co. timcn elalue dstrojef /

FLORID POWER AND LIGHT The local Assembly of God

WATERS: UNION Chinch iPintccostali which fom .. I

ily held Its services In a stole

\\"trrn Union One rn Sunday and Holidays 11 to 12 am building on Venice Ave., Is nowInstalled Lowe's GroceryIT j

In its own building on

the Venice By-Way in Nokomis.

The bullling is a former army PAYS TO TRADE: AT .V IO ONNFD: STORE 1

bally hutment and was elected by Venice
/ AN ABSTRACT Avenue Phone 2091
church members for the purpose, .
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according to Rev C. D. Truitt,
ours DOES NOT prove that you I
o have a good title to your prop- I I pastor, Mr Truitt said yesterday MaxwelHouse\ COFFEE . Ib 5U: I ;

ale' city We will be glad to explain tat the work was done voluntarily Pillsbiwy's FLOUR , . 10 lbs 89c

DOUCY this to you li you will and that the project "could Armour's SHORTENING . 4 Ibs $1.21

TLfL call at cur off:c-1. not have many gone donations through and withoutthe fine POTATOES, U. S. No.1. . . 10 Ibs 39c

INSU0.ANGE spirit of cooperation" of church BLEACH, Sure Kleen . . qt Ilk i

AB5TTACTSTITLE I members and friends. Dills SPRAY with D.D.T, . . . qt 29e

INSURANCE The pastor also rEleased a new Hurff VEGETABLE SOUP . . can 9c I,

"chedu'c! of church activities that POTATOES, whole peeled can lOc

Abstract I will be followed In the future Pure APRICOT PRESERVES . l-'b iar 19c I'
Companyof Sunday school will be held at 10
Nucoa, Dixi-, MARGARINE . Ib39c
a.m., the Sunday Evangelistic .tI
Sarasota services at 7:30: p.m., young ppo Cudahy's TANG . can 39c ; 'I

pies services at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Cudahy's.PURE LARD . . If h27cIbCPe: ,
Urn J. nrymnn President
ACCURACY JSTAH1ISHEU 1921 BHiMrPTn.EPHONES : prayer services! at 7:30: pm Cudahy's SLAB BACON ,;

1IH and till Id SIMM STREET Friday and communion services Juicy BEEF POT ROAST . Ib 1i c 'I l
at 7:30: p.m. the first Wednesdayof '

each month. Try Our Electric Cubed STEAKS 'i I'


The U S. Naval Supply Depot COVE OYSTERS . . . 7 1-2-oz tin 29c

We're Constantly Im- on Trinidad. British West Indies SWAN SOAP, large size . . I4c:

maintains its own self-supporting I' RINSO, large box . . 29c ,:
tropical plantation, on which aregrown
proving Your Service... tropical fruit and vegetables Grade-A Shipped EGGS doz 65c i

for the use of American -
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lath my l life: : your right to lay it.VOLTAIREPublished

every FrMaj.: Editorial and business office, 313 West
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IN H yrtft A IBM um 6eow 10 A vft sorraan ro* PuiPuooo.. topic of interest
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION IM so enaas owe scar OF tFes WILL PBOCUCC J* 200 BCMRO rnrOr .
UM BE -EN006M one 7>*VfQC > HOufft.I'l (7lrrrdXv'r WAWA M the Venice area willItl.'
NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION ton,_TMC SA"raiar wad com** TO frouct(uwagm me m'Rrrr,4000 In this column.: Thy C1
HOOT evm to Ytfs sztoratele
t Entered a iccond-claai matter June 6, 194C, at the post office kept short, however. ,7,
f a ..I '__nic*, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Gondolier reserves the ru,
___ I edit all copy All letters
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Subscription West On year, $250 six i month. $1.50; three : signed but the name 01,1,tilt..
trcnihi, 75c. Classified aiivertiiinf rate 2 cents per word first 20 cr will be withhold o' ,
rctdsl I cent per word for each additional word. I II'FTE Anonymous ccmmunlratkmi n
-- I NOT be printed The edtGr:
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or not
may acre
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litH'R.fI K. I'.RILEY Shop Foreman : T 0-
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On Editorial Policy A1ehrTf WIN ReoQ-W6lhl! eWtbdo7tV throughbulled and Hi."tho. ,t is
CARS SMOW TNFVcN OiWe Uf. .or" that tat ..,.... a I ornt?
TAW +"W'SnAc7LW 'rS e
A USOI2 CCC sroce Or 64 FELT WDeI93f ui.mtiorliiiittKinii it dWy
Ono of ilk mutt t important aspects of any neivst PPOVID M IIFMoa! CU.F.a-ae.e FvOtYad L0 112010"c.3 4 TO in/te.0 Tine tafxict. LOOP,: bf P wOdayt7/*i/irp .lr nil'.know I'm 1. that.los eWe b

41 rarer, lar."r.: small is i ifS< editorial policy. i in.1 cNAIWi.A7A&e At.b'7 ACDOCAcQ 1I OIITJP& the only itotirc OWN b t
i weo errs crrnrratEs for rchtHil are rl' dung
\ since takintj over the Gondolier last t week, the mnnlhk And I .hi then u,

4 IV editors ot the Gondolier have had: ample proof that I. pin Frl.l.ind"b ..h... M-htt'm 6,010to rhta

1l !t least inenice the editorial: policy of the local" tu..sun ium, they n ...hHut.('h,, lent lid, typo

fit pt1'1.'r: is one of the mnst-discu sd topics of the da>. the I manairer Wunder II of I'tl hr, IhdWi!.Fab,

s \\'t' li.iu had: :a I constant: l Kirrase!; of suctions, ad\ice. "TOO LATE .Lino nm.ider f.T,hanarnr the rh,h, .rrr.n'sb!1-0 |rof

,hjtvtii) ( md all manner: of other comments on this sill'- nnre <.."..,.,n, 11 dad e
indeed d
"ty IVIM- "nuNe
(R irvt poured into our .Irs. TO CLASSIFY" and tho n boon I..." Diw unouull th, haft 11,11, invariably

This being the case, we thinq it proper tint: in this -. 'L..s;: -- .ul.1 feel ahoul like thIn h IN.If*ea aid 1 ,

.o " I ... .lime In the ",lIn..
; Anti that: we outline, so far :as I \\'e are able, the procedureAe ". .... "Miss Florida"It until
flan: to follow in connection with it. 'J' ''''-..) C. of C. Man's Love -0 -
Tu the Editor
Opinion In Its Place V..". Ciundallrr
I By RUSSELL HAY I I (tsar I.....tAt
To I' in'ith., we reel that the editoropinions: Secretary Florida First Asm. I IOidmarlly Florid k..>Form t you'll slur.r. that N..I...nn

should be confined' to one place: the editorial nmiuh Ur ** ihrcKpnimi'lun ,0..0m 4
: page: I don't like statistics but *om-t.nej! they tell such a ('Dour And dio III
its :approval! or disapproval, interest in or to luck with the nroyun ...,...... 51
apathy: a vivid story that their use Is Justified. 'v. atStard thtvrry 'MbIt" Of
!nibiect, Miould not :affect the !presentation oi the news Cp In Jacksonville my good friend Harold: Colee. executive vice- daily neWHiwimtly '. ."'.' and. I
hope dial It a..r) .1..011 for
in any waSince ediiors ;ire human this goal cannot president of the Flcrlda State Chamber of Commerce, while not a I'd Wisely l I"\f ti 'art "OJ gj
'r statistician himself, has a way of laying thing end to end and coming your wif". but mi I n .u11r.
il\va\s; be :achieved. But insofar. as it is possible, we until the New y,-.. ."' .
with some startling infor. Aesop all the id fur at H
up
flan to use the news Culumns( of the Gondolier to present ....

unbiased accounts ot the news :as it happened: and to mation. ....; .. ...:::: tllro, ..IHIrKTOvunty CIT
The "otheroman" in Harold'slife
,
,confine cur !per.onaliews i to the page: on which they is a charming and beautiful ..0T. "n Palms

belong, gal known as "Miss Florida" andI I .. the F "..,.
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V. b.m ltilkiIsvr
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Furthermore even <>n the editorial! pI: ?e'. we hope mean he sure kelps lab on her. l-rt iConKralulatltin

wl to be independent of ties and affi1 '1tions. \Ve hope to As. who wouldn't? "'tfdIJ than, an*>"mIMtrr iu rice r. tea No

lv neither for nor asjanis-t In a recent talk before the ".Title hi"""""'.. .1.' MR
HepuMicans or Democrats old
.
Junrr M.nd In n ., h
Avon Paik Chamber of Commerce
residents or nle\\ residents, or :any other or fact WM MI ouutandlni' boo rum
groups Harold told why he was August 22 to August 28ra flat the rulwriUUI 1'11. Gas
tions as Midi. So loiiN' ..., IM a finer' 10 dio toa
as they fair with
play and
us so In love with the pal and com- _.. se ....ur.oIh..... ..Gods"lunwrll"
Venice, and conduct themselves with proprietyve shall pared her to all the other gals in .IIIor.1
You have ant a. n.enud
have no) bones to pick with anyone :and shall be kindly the country to prove that she .hue and th. s F

'# Ji ,jvi >ed toward! all. could hold her owii with any of .will W. halt hn,.. 'ubt.FW61Nidoes. ...
'im. a dertaer.. will ,.., ,,", ar <'dInt'
d Definite Stands bll" eonyrauluts and p-
Amazing Development ip IooaL% n t'.wp
0J Fry our eineer thai
This dues N01'mean, however, that we intend to When It comes to "figures""Miss or the. Warthintk. a.. 'nnmu..roodslay Idl'w .
| wn for IS.Ir lid'
ignore issues subjects or actions that we feel are of im- Florida" can knock just our. work ..1'h'lI ;"Was....
..
tb. < t o antl mi> l"CAKHtlLL
Torlance to the enice-Nokomis: area or its residents. We about all of 'em for a loop. Her and HI- 'rN "ILUII>

intend to take definite l stands on all issues, actions or development is really amazing. The editors again 1 II rmrr thank PuWwnt 1 |

j injects that seem to call for such treatment: and to re- From 1940 to 1946 her total Income well-wishcis for their kind if
to Individuals
d port in the news columns all\ occurrences, good or bad per cent while those Icreased of the rest icj and In the hope months they can to l\'euplO come. N'!!

t ih.tt merit public attention. of the nation only Increased 123 I I Carroll and Helen \\'illwmi. .

6'e shall do so, let us stress not only because no per cent. That is really anklinu Om I assistance ousincss was of Invaluable gettilif CUtJ Btjiectic

newspaperman Could otherwise be faithful to his 1 public along if you ask me. I weeks' Initial Issue
mist hut; because From a flat-footed little country 1--0--
we are "sold" on Venice. Hence it
gal. she has blossomed Into a |I T" the Flit"rVeakr. :
uould be foolish for us to i ignore anything that affects lady farmer of real Importance.Her Gondolier

''be welt ire of the community that is to furnish us with farming operations gave hT I Dear.1 received.Sir I ycurin. ,w*".ate*
n. ur Aunu.t li'I"
our bread and butter that would a cash income of three .. .IIf'I..411
or be of interest to its over hun By the Editors of the liu* find InHuA" to ..
people. Our advice to those who dred and fifty-four million dollars F2.to for one 8rrr T
\ : would object to any World Book Encyclopedia ill ""III:\'n.'
showing
Criticism or unfavorable reactions that such a policy an Increase over a cud a.l
1940 of 221 I M
per cent 161 years ago this week Nunrr
might Inns;, i is to correct the condtions or actions that Growing like a werd her pop- August 21 John Fitch an In-on .....,.. Alee

voi'ld! open the door to criticism or bad results. Alter ulation Increase ficm 1940 to sector, launched his first sueressful -

all, 'i i b the conditions( or actions that really matter rather 1947 was 211 per cent while thr stem boat just last year Reddy driive" I I""iil

teal: :\ a newspaper's account of them. national average WAS only nin. i twenty yearn BEFORE Roberta : 00,000 kilowa't hours of i eI

0 -. per cent. It seems she Is really : Fulton built his famed Cler. power for her, 185 per
No
/ Windmill Tilts big girl now. mont. Fitch's beat was about greater than in 1940 .lult

If anyone) fears that such :an attitude will 1 lead the The other gals In the nation I 4i ffft long and was propelled national average increase

editor, into becomingv'ldeyed' zealots dashing\ about t were sure cnou-h puny from the l>v a series if paddles on each only 111 per cent

for lilts with windmills of the mind let him be reassured. standpoint of business growth, aMiss s t>!rtf. After many fault had While Justly proud of an'
Florida increased her number been corrected the boat moved l
Miss
evidences of
We hope to temper our editorial opinions with tolerance of business concerns by six along the Delaware River at a I ersnlp, Harold Florid

and mature judgment 1 and to per cent while the speed of 3 l Is
approach our newswritin!? I over nation a to 4 miles an charm and populeritly
'with a constructive attitude. Furthermore, we realise we decrease of one per cent was sunny disposition. ThankS

shall ,probably commit nun errors. of commission :and 1 shown. When It came to retail little bu4l.cidy. to help hour'l that, she enjoys an annual

omission: in trying! to carry: out our good intentions. So 1 sales town"Miss with Florida an Increase really "went of to Ihelr life insurance 66 per I Income that. he estimates! her at 11

wf promise to try and rectity all such errors if those c'on- 215 per cent from approximately Miss Florida Increased hers 127 125000000. lie call:made It uP
per cent. 1
Income. This >
cerned will point them out to us, PKOYF them to be 1940 to 1947. while the national She spends a lot of time on the I !0.000000 from tourlsll

errors :and will bear with us, percentage of Increase was only telephone and '&'lss f1
150. according to Harold I winter visitors;

In short despite their human frailties, the editors Smart Young Woman she Is now using 125 per cent likes company and dot

of the Gondolier will fly to do their part to make Venice Being a smart young woman more business phone and 207 percent of enter at ingl. $2KI"croPS(

A ,pleasanter, more prosperous place in which to live. We Miss Florida also saw to It that show more an Increase residence of phones, to Bible from fruits under and truck florida <

may not succeed at :all times, but at I least we'll do< our her Interests were well protected that represented by nearly the rest twice of lions only and Industrial P

darnedest. We hope YOU will do the same. by gals Insurance.of the nation While only the Increased other the country. She depends on Mr valued a t $1:13.000.000: made

Reddy Kilowatt, that energetic these agricultural crops.




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August 47.1948

VENICE GONDOLIER page Seee .. ..r



FliCLASSIFIED I CLABSIFIKD A0 4'RAtW ''I


ADS wwd far brat
tot:::rta r Dent each .,dice I'
| sorest 'wood. Jdaaitttiu.r r J
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a
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'SINES! PERSONALSNG. LEGAL 'i'1111

NOTICES I REAL ESTATE FOR SALEA FOR SALE WANTED TO RENT I

STURDY PLANTS for Florxwlnt i
UNFURNISHED n..1 ewe 6wda.wwl'
d -NURSERY low facte0s.LROY'S Laurel APPLICATION NOTICE or COMPLETE UFED FURNITURE of all kind.. Vjn. ''11I.011 ......th. Call Go.d..har Organs It"- i itl.OJljJO
FOR TAX DEED REAL Ice Trading Posit, ,
Established. nil ESTATE SERVICE 111 W. Miami Avenue.phone .
Notice fa hereby liven that Elwnur 2601 ) ; In Vnl. on .....v .... '
i tight at Laurel Port Office. M"h.. .. R.
Paid ColtW..ol4lin. I'hono ::11011.
the Cortln..te 801. l
dfay
uod 942
ht Rentals
W
of lu..
A.D. 1048 ,
FORD
JJRAL HAULING and contracting.ark. filed some In my office. ffedmi. '60S Wl Very darn -
Muck rill dirt, shell sand. 1,1I.&lon for a tar deed has to be made ape ail covering vf the FORT MYERII AREA and Venice Garage and speller Station Phone FOR RENT
Issued
SOUTHWEST 2
161.
FLORIDA .
.. thereon. Mod.
(d, Phone 1011. Sold certificate embraces the .t homes to beautiful .
riverfront
following' property I. the County of 80... Coastal locations including I..states....... COMPLETELY RedecyrlUd.Hiirait f.--
N MOWING. H.ullnr V..." IOta. State of Florida. to-wit ed eat u.I.p- tropical ..I...... .beach METAL lie Refrigerator; SO lb. rapa- apartment ready. for .wow" N ,
or. Call 1771. Calvin Holder. LotShow ,e Ne"Med "D." 8opplol.. p"',pertku, fishing lode,. business city.bath Excellent.... .condition ,ItUAO: Two CE rrfrlicrrator and cooking" m* f.a **> I",
,
ts' t.
In Plat 1Ik I. Oppo.llmlt, and income MI"P" 1..I.d. .ft '10.000 "'h. 1. K Hill. utallM Water front and dark t* **" it
INTERESTED i I. nod .., o.Public Peace 163. 154. 111, I1t. 11&. 118. Ing. mow. courts, trailer ramp.. hotels. Ihone. S3I.IIRAND C.II410.. '
nary Renrd. of oppoatln ranch,. farms ;
Sarasota and .
County grows
Ibrirk or block work oil J. K. Hill, Large and
Scotia small
1.I.dl-17. tracts of land A NEW commercial Deep Feerr
I Hit The ..........t of the said property .... .nmplet, rental service Send for free licit, d..blr compartment. I eu. fl.' .1.1. WANTED
der the ..14 errtiflrate Irwurd w. I. the descriptive 1..1 folders and asps of this trop. (1"<. rteel. $175.no market value ,.50..11.!
CRETE WOKE and trucking. Louis name of Virginia Soude. Unions said ..,. section. Write Ray Lantlerl Hot :lhl. V.oice ""
.. Phone Venice 2666.tirell tificate shall be redeemed .""' ,d,.. 10 JEFPCOTT ----- -- USED SPEED GRAPHIC
sold"w the property described therein will .by REALTY INVESTMENTS CHEAP llaby M and miscellaneous) Wanted BY Venire GoiuMfai' '
to
Paul| Nave the highest bidder .. the cotta In First 8ree baby artirlei. Alao clothe for girl else She | 1.4 e 4 1.4 or 4 S C ark* Mill
.SEPTIC TANK CLEANING house dour on the first M.,,H., In that Fort MwEverything ?.??. 1(1. 1\1.... E. M. r'>rr. first house south flt.lcr" and "'... Price mint W re.ai
pumping equipment. Work ruar- month of Bopt..bo.10.. .hk" '. tae In Real Brtate" ol Nukomh Post Office shift Help the Gondolier increase .. tare
phone Sarasota It-tin or VeniceCity i 61h day "f September. 19'M. Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL I'litun"iv.. <.. S.. fete c- 0&
r Dated this 4th day of Aumi-t, INS! The Gon.Mle }
a W. A. WYNNE: ARMY HUTMENT Ie r 18. "1.00.
Clerk Cash and carry. Ham 10. Nukoml. t
Circuit Court,
II.....,ta County. Fturlda.. Washington Visitor Buys Dependable
Council I Bart BETTY K. UTErTJF. I I' FT. Cypreu Met Wisconsin 4-hp.
A. DT"ly Clerk. Harbor Drive HomesiteTwo iLhoard en.me. K..- Bernie Kiv.llnc,
Continued from Pate One) nblUhl A.... H. 20. s;. Sept., s. )0(\, Thra.her'i Tr.ilr Park Knylrwiuil .1.. Service
,
lots on the
$23,310 after being cut to TO NOTICF (IF' INTENTION southwesternend REAL ESTATE FOR FAIL' WE SPECIALIZE IN
RlsTFR.rn.1'"i' of Harbor
The u.d.....,.... d"! hereby certify SAM that! Drive. near th-j Chrysler Product
10.er .,. .
II. Copper
are conducting .. Kettle Inn
properties changed at printing h..I.... at All W"", Vrnk..p.,1 Ace. were purchased 2-STOtlV Ill (lt'K. 0 large ....... Ui.Iain .
meeting: C. V. Hlgel itsl mfr, .T"1*. K'1"1'1"1' ""*r the r'\I.I,.,. through the Venice Land Co. ,, with private etitranie G".,'" .
name hang iiuartfrK. lunch NOKOMISGARAGE
Dos court.rd
je, 244 Harbor Dr., raised too THH VENICE CnKDnl.lFR this! week by Mrs. Mabel Har. "...n.t.ir.. Trailer ,,I."ml'!Ik. (in Trail I'M

( from $7,845; Mrs. A. M.y | and following. that ...H.,..,..firm..how I, n.comiHwd...*. and of plans the r -11 of Washington. D. C. G fat,*."fmm. "".0/1/1.buy Sale 2 mlli>..... north Venice.if r.nlt..r"Curia ,

residence Armada Rd., of ...1.'.... pro e. fn'lnwt. Mrs.
fete 8. Commr, ... I HarreJl. a widow, plans to
r. o. Rot MS. Vrni .
d to $9.185 from $8.105 Mr. .. .
; rnio. buid: a home DESIRABLE SrUTTION of
Tilley Janet T. Confer I'. o, Rot 032. VonIce. for herself on the end residential .1'.. In city of bU.I..j GEORGE T. DEVLIN
residence Harbor Florida.tonership. lots, according to by. ........ If lnti-r..d.. .11.....' ; Phone 2581
I raised to $15.075 from $1J, ( "f The Venice Condnlier. isas Mrs. Robert S. ,..tI.t.. AelM.... Hen FK. ..
I I Ms.: V. G. Wilson follow j' Baynard of the real estate fl1 nI.
residence. Pete R C.min.r. 51 Per ..-.t. .4444444444444444444444444444"44444.444"
K>r Dr cut to $18.310 from Janet T. Conner 1" per P.nt.It The purchaser Is already con- # :
I. our lnt,>mi.n to apply 20; Tower Garage, Tampa the Circuit Cwirt In sled for Sarasota stjuctlng a rental home Just off Teachers ti
County |"'. .. 1... ,
.rila. to th.Mld name Harbor
Cut to $21,190 front $23.475 of THE: VhNIIT: OOVIH1LIFR: under th.. I Drive between Valencia I !
| Th.atre Bldg. W Venice l.rc.vl.K.n. of fhm.lvr 2M.5H, Laws of1'brids j I and Alham'ira .
rtoaas. Mis.
( frt. ..f IIMI.Wltne Bay- ,
I, cut to $36,790 from $40.560; .. our horde! thl. ID tiny of A i.I i nerd said.Anothct. i .
lam Pearson I cost, IB4H. '
residence
W.
PETE H. CONOVmJANKT ale reported by the f
Ice Ave. and Park Blvd., cut T. roNOVrH
I Publish! \\ 8.130 from $34,025 and M-s
tract on thy Albee Road. Vise I i
ne Haensel residence W NOTICE CF I
Ire A\c FORMATION IIF CORPORATION purchaser was George Cavano of rgg
cut to $28 570 from
T. Whom It Vi.v ConrertitNotice Washington, D. C., who( plans to 1
|
95. i. hi'ri'l.y riv.-n that the l.uinrctofoiv ... "
r lal1t'.. E3IPa: 'nl'd ,' conducted ly i..rue H. II"".., i build a home and farm here. !
a. sole) owner under till tta.lv or firVFNKK --
he councllmcn explained that tHo" name II ; $tl
: II'MIWR1I'A Y Fish Center
Deductions were made because I I.t Venice. "1..1.. ha. Urn ... |
I properties Involved were ob, recruit. July I. I'Kl.! under "r..I.j !
the Flat' if Florida ..id .. (Continued from Page One) j
]sly a'ceased too high some of having In principal place of I .. i
he City of Venire. (',only of 8nrn..it4. tae city council
having, tax Tuesday
bills that night to
at' And State of Hernia. I '!
Kettle
Copper Inn .t
f y exceeded the Income that Notice I. aU given dint, effective .. j beck such evidence but no action 4 1\ i
of July 1. lit" the slams num.nl e'c.prattun .
could receive from rentals will Se amply n,l>..n>I ible for was taken on his request because I.:! SIt) H.irlw: Drive) 1i \ \ {
The Increases were said 10 any and all debts. and lintiihticn Inrurrrd j I Ihy City Attorney M. A. Braswelf Is i jt
raid "u.t.... on. and after Sid dmr.Thl. : I
( been mad because the prop 2nd day of August, A 1). 1949GFORF I on vacation. Council memb.rs expressed I : A lovely informal private 1'1.denl'c.'hcl'e: you can f'' I
H. HAIT8KKI'uhli.ht :
Is involved were out of line AUK I, li 14 21. 1U4H. [ the opinion however that 'all relax after a hard day at schoolBeaut'ful :

) similar properties. ___ I no formal action had been taken !! :1 '.
'.ment.s: last year totalled I to vacate the'road and that it'!' : : giounds. including private swimming pool. '

D3075, according to Mrs. pal (J and J> Airport. It was decided had merely "assumed" that this 'i ,: trop.cal patio citrus trees and 235 feet of lawn. f It!

pa Roess Slede city clerk. that state operation would was taken care of when a | := -- 0 ----- 1;

r $1.982.205 was left for tax- be the most favor..ble arrangement new city plat was adopted last | := Ony! 4 bccks! from G:ilf Beach and golf couiso Con- t'

after deductions had been
e for city county and state- Esplanade that relarrd the old :, center. .
was Instructed to reply to Lazarus 4 1
ed road and does not shnw the lat :=
property and homestead asking that flips be under .,

pticns she said. She Indi- taken to achieve this. ter. ,, Rta'onatle! ratr Fee :MRS. V. Ci. \3ILCON, 519 Hal''I'I, ,
d the 1948 roll would come tot Rlngo'f. attorney also suggested I ;
+ bor Drive -- or call 3131 for appointment. 1 .'
the same figures. that a resolution vacating the old: j a. ,
FOR QUICK RELIABLE ilrrtr6+s6+6t arMlr .rlr D H..sP1...wwaPrralSP Nh" 3; ,
fit council also received; a let- SERVICE. CALL road be passed if no previous action

from William C. Lazarus, to do this could be found on i'I '

aviation superintendent, VenicePlumbing books. The council delayed

ping term that could be j i Shop action on this request. too pending II IIthe I Fictitious Name Law 'i;

;(-4 out for the state or the I I : Mr. Braswell's return. I i
Phone 2153
( Box 14, Venice j _
to operate the Albee Munici- New AffidavitOibbs' I

attorney Edwin J. Kennedy i

of Sarasota Introduced several I In Florida, it is unlawful for any pen>un or per-

affidavits In Tuesoay'i brief ,I sons to encase in business under a fictitious name

MOWING They Included statements from unless said fictitious name has been registered with

e Louis Adorjan, Buford Henry and: the clerk of the circuit court of the county in whichis

( LOTS PASTURES Manley Deal, all of Vehlce. who |
I located the firm's principal place; of business.
said they had been employed by

ACREAGE LAWNS Ringo when construction of the I( Before the circuit court clerk can accept this

new fishing center was started i I ii registration: a notice of intention to register the fictitious

BULLDOZING LAND CLEARINGC. name: must be published for four consecutive

Lumber Roofing weeks.
HAROLD BATES

ENGLEWOOD VENICE 3390 Nails: CementConcrete The Information( required is simply and our

charge: is the .:iand.ird: amount set up by law for publication -

BlocksJ. : of such notices. When your notice has run
d1 1t4 4444444Wr4444I+
htThV; \ the prescribed four consecutive times, we will fur-
A Plumber Bad L. STYRON
nish' you with a notarized "Affidavit of Publication .

Be Sure That He Is GOOD LUMBER CO. ," which you tlien: file with the clerk of the cir

cuit court.If .
Dependable Plumbing Budding: 210. Army Air BtseVEMCE.

Contracting Repairing : FLORIDA you haven't yet complied with this law, or

Full Line Fixtures and Materials if you are iust starting a new business, why not let

Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET THE GONDOLIER begin publication of the necessary -

us FIGURE: YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVENJOSSART ROOFINGRtot notice this week ? Call Venice 3131 right now

PLUMBING CO. l Work P.of JONES All KindsAL'IX 11 while you have it in mind.


Phone Ptooo H''Hm''H''H''H'HHI'H 3601 Venice, Florida Phones: Bus. 2873 Home 2981 I IE







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OONDOLIIR I"Nday, Ali,,* a
Pale Eight
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I Altaians Drub Venice, in 1st Playoi





"rm'fia Lose{ ( 1,900 Pounds of Fish I Rainfall Wipes Out 10 Team Round ,

Youth Center; tne Veterans of the players had not
Hy Lopsided( 2-2: I In Record 2-Day Catch Venice, Other Squads f Foreign Wan v*. the Police; ered to dress w hen they errs

Capt. Ed Hunter of the "Miss Forced t to Give Up j lice vs. Betz and Land 0' ven-I I the bad news from Taylor

Martha. Si-foot fishing cruiser After Three Attempts i I Altman's. Jossart another |local spt
<. Try train\ Tonight that docks at the East Coast. Uniforms Donned The Idea fothe ]U.
Fisheries on Treasure Island, Heavy rain rail, which poured 'I' Venice players had donned I struggle was hatched! bj
this week reported one of the from the skies around supper I their uniforms and were all readyto Hlgel. commissioner of tl
FIIIY HHSOlcC.RL: night this I
Ii Sl largest catches made by anyfishing time almost every go Monday when they got word sota County Sports Assn.It
1! Gondolier Spurts Reporter crew In these parts In week, forced the Indefinite"round robin"softball postponement i I from Orady Taylor, local team I action to the canct.llaUOll\

In the first game of theSIsglntel.sy recent months. of a every sponsor of the postponement. known. But one Iran sm
which
j Docking at the fisheries Wednesday game in dressed thereby relieved
: plnvofls last night coun"Amerlcan"I-I The following night they Us J. Q.
after a two-day trip team In the with the same high hopes and liter official scorikppptr
t f.l\:1l' P.\!k. a/'l\ta. tne Alt- Leagues was scheduled ;
men hauled "National"
his
/1 Hunter nnd and some were already on the way to been wondering how he ?
ran Cncuolet team -champlonir ashore 1.400 pounds of grouper to play. I Sarasota when the game was: keep a box score on 160(
Fari"uta County's National and 500 pounds of red snapper, The game, receipts of which: called. Wednesday: night half of in one game.

.. slashed the All were caught with mullet at to have gone to a "mercy"fund _..
X ip.-unircrcifulls were
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location about of Injured ." ., .-_- -_- -..-.-.-.-...+r.rv+-+.rrr+raa.aaaa.i .
"H,nd ;:Uco Venice team of th's'cuay an undisclosed : to take care
1 American League. The 30 mile offshore. I gue players was first slated lea-\\
Other members of Hunters Monday r.lght. It was RELAX AT
cote war 23 to 2. crew are his father Frank, and Tuesday when a downpour drowned I
.4 V-r.,<'? will play Airman again Willie Anderson. All are resi- out the field just before gamp i

0 'cn-fht. and A win will mean aM:4 dents of Nokomls. time but the same thing happened -

', .l: t <7..p: win same! in a with I'O1111 the give champs.Vent I I on night Tuesday as well.and the following I, SHi l i iitl t t, y 'S S SIf liivrn{ (!

: a bid for the playoff cham- Playoffs Scheduled
t II' reship, while another loss will Boy I Is RescuedFrom I The whole thing was called off Ii 125 South Tamiami Trail Verice:

i the local team from theE I after Wednesday's cancellation,
ilrcp
,"h fwrn-nf. () I (lie lhakka i because semi-finals of the II 5 "Best Drinks in Town-At Popular Pricei"

I Shaughnessy playoffs were scheduled Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are
I OaUcy Score First Hungry
for the next night. Whether -
J,m Oakley shortstop for Vcn- 1\t!, IT!( 'Picnic I, the "round lob'n"'! will be played -
... tee, scored the first run In the ; i later has not been decided. If 1i

tpdren half of the first Inning It had come off. each of the 10
1 Charley GiJJ Saves teams In the two leagues would
JaH n.ght Venire made one mea
!, tally in the last half of the Bean Youth .\tter Fall; have played three Innings with Ii -: Quality Drinks at Popular Prices :-
Jourth. when 3rd Baseman Ron- the pairing chosen on the basis
. Races Held
j Air Lee Smith scored on Catcher Swimming of the two last place teams meetIng !
I!.. J.mmy Ke)',' triple the one and Momentary excitement was each other and so on up the Ballentine's Beer on Draught
only in the game. The Altman and ladder.
caused at the final picnic I
Seam rvxuttd two double plays The scheduled lineup would
1 'I swimming party of the Venice- 15c 10-oz. Glass
;, :MfRfrt to Johnson and Taylor to have seen Robarts-Shannon of
I Nokomis Area Summer Recrea- '
,
1 J. nllOn. the "American" League meet the
i I The lineups were ai follows: I tion program last Friday, when a City of Sarasota of the "Nation !

j \'UlCE-Oakley. ss: Atnger rf; youngster fell off a dock and had al' League; Blanton's vs. the Rum Cola . . e e . tic
iMJug lb: Brobst, If; Jones p; to be rescued from the Myakka I !
Cum, ::b; Smith 3b; Key c; River by Program Director IY
I and Stephens cf. ALTMANS- Charles Oadd. group while second place In the Tom Collin . . . Sit
latter event was tied between Ann
:Ucfl. cf; Measel. 2b; Johnson. lb;
The youngster was Jamie Bean
Franklin and Mary Earl. The !
I CliptJwIfU.; Newman rf: Whiter 7, son of Mr and Mrs. Roy Bean underwater swim was won by i I Highball . . . . . 'wit
., r; Taylor 3b; Tiahan If;
of Nokomis. The incident occurred Ann Franklin who covered 25
l And Edwards, with Favorite Blended t Whiskey
p. mate
:
while children attending the yards beneath the 'J'facp.. while VV your
IT* wore by innings: picnic were being given row-boat second place went to Mary Earl .It

RilE tides near the William P. Pear- fora 20-yard "submarlnv" .la-mt ..,..............H.H.IHI.nH.. 1M11
AJtwam 055 461 2 23 13 3 son lodge, where the picnic was
Venice. 100 100 0 2 5 12 transferred after originally being

i Winning pitcher Edwards; los- planned for the Venice Community -
I'I irf Ditcher Jones.TIDE Center and Beach. End ofAugust

a Jamie, who cannot swim was
N I sanding on the dock with several I
PE C li1
I TABLES otner children while waiting
his turn in the boat. One youngster I
shoved another, and when
VENICE INLET:
the group swayed forward Jamie
(Punta Rasa Correction)
toppled into the water. Oadd,

I High Low who was supervising the boat A Splendid SAVE!

ytr are runnit... know vhrthir the loading while Principal Homer E. Opportunity
Till. TiiMi ..<. ".,,.lIy rim Mikesell of the Venlce-Nokomls
fcr* fi,r ih,. ...invi iilenir tf our cuttarnn .. High School did the rowing Immediately
.K King u.i4.m dove Into the river and FRESH FRUITS

>r with u. In ninllniK Ihrm. oil! warn out with the boy. Neither A
yon ,.1.... Plumu.. lit SI.II suffered any more damage than Virginia PEACHES . 3 Ibs 39c t. $ Meat
tri l-t u. know. ..
wet clothes. BANANAS . . . Ib llc e \ '. ( qe :.
Other Activities --- -
Grimes Golden APPLES 3 lbs 29c
-0- Some 45 boys and gills from
Venice, Nokomis Osprey, Laurel Armour STAR BACON B> 6 |
CANNED I .GOODS:
took Sllcfdl
and the Venice By-Way
ComplimentsOP part In the day's program. In ad- Skinless WEINERS Ib 31t
FRANC :
I AMERICAN
dition to the boat rides activitiesIncluded
MEAT.lb57c|
a noon S'\\lmm ng period SPAGHETTI . 2 cans 29c Spiced LUNCHEON

EaM(1NDSONFARMS lunch, more swimming and a ser- I Armours TREET 12-oz tin 43c ROLL BUTTER . . lb
ies of swimming races.
Ideal DOG FOOD 3 cans 41c
The laces included two 20-yard For Cool I
I sprints and an tndetwater ilm. PEACHES . No. 2 1-2 can 23c lee RefreshmentLIPTON'S

NOKOMH IIOK1DVDISTHIBCTORS Winners of the sprints were Le-

land Knogler firstOd Joan TEA . 1,4lb 21Ib

OF Fette, second in tlc hclcw-iun- Large Head IGA COFFEE . . . t
lor-htgh ue g-oup Milton Mike- LCTU'CELarge .. 1e
Land (O' Sun sell was first In the hlr-h shx:1SHHEl4M: ] StalkCELERY

i I
Milk: Cream Ice Cream I I A fc 9cYellow
"7.riJ..f. Venice Food Shop

ONIONS 3 16s 19c
.
ForRegular \\ Krafts

Home Delivery \ YELVEETt CHEESE IGA LOW EVERY Pp y

PHOSE VENICE 2371 WAITDeke's
Shoe Repair !i Ib peg Z9c
Or S \RA'IOT.153 Mil to Old FIN Station
-4 I West Venice Avenue
h, 1 (Venice Aft, Colored Section)






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