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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: September 17, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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aft Registrarues I\. 'Police State' Signs: I I Tax Rate Increases 111j


To be Removed by Cop

Warning
Venice's "police state" rowe

signs the ones that stand at Council

Menailure the north and south entrancesto Confirms City Permits t.
Local town and warn moorlsts to Local of t C! sI!

travel under 25 miles per houror I Due on October 1 Makes It

to Signan get "this," meaning a red Bowen! as SecretarySaree' || Venice businessmen and trade- '
traffic ticket are going to be !

; Bring Fine, removed. I I I men must purchase new business 25 Mills
Gets Salary
ong Jail TermIth Long a sore point among ,nd occupational licenses by Oct.
'
left tourists and local residents, the After Free TrialB. I 1, it was announced yesterday by A Venice tax rate for 1943-4J "
day
only one more brought at thisweek's Mrs. Helga Roess Slede, city clerk. of 25 mills four mills over Ildtyear'
18 and 26 subject was up ) Bowen who has
between yearn E. (Barge
the
inen
aa
council meeting by Police I Notices to this effect will be rate, but the same
Uncle Sam'speacetime of the Ven-
register for been acting secretary
to
ge set by the city
said.
week, she before was
H ncheY. year
next
draft, a warning Chief Herbert O. tre.Nnknmis Chamber of Commerce sent out .

issued this morning to all Decision something to more replace suitable them with was since the death of Harry I Those the correct who permits have not within purchased 30 day I lof council a lengthy Tuesday special night meeting at the called end- i

who officially given -
ble Venice Area men Beach In July, was the municipal
reached after President H. S. meet- I after Oct. 1 will be considered delinquent to complete
at a i s
not signed up. the secielary's post .
Bowden had remarked that, last and must pay a penaltyof budget ;
who is coning its of the chamber directors
N. Wimmers. : of the due principally -
month was
after all "we want to welcome one per cent a The increase I
hall building ,
his
the registrations In ; nlshtin the city statement
people and not put them In license fee charge thereafter according to a
\ estate office on Miami Ave., I The appointment Is to be retroactive -I l Council' f
all." Councilman Smyth Bro- Some 220 licenses were pin- after the meeting >y : ,
to
failure of any eligible to Scot.. 1. Bowen H to me '
that to register could result inlie I I hard moved that Immediate action $100 -a- month or $25 less 1, chased last year. Prices "this President H. S.Increasing Bowden sinking ; 'Ii
-i get i
$5 to 350, necessity for
taken. from
be will range 1
penalties. The Selective than the salary paid Beach. Part yeal'l to retire about I ft
of fund levies so as
The signs were erected about accor; ding to the type '
ice Act provides for fines of of the balance Is to be added to worth of the city's bonded .4.
increase $9,000
under direction of Involved. The only 'II' !
terms ol a i year ago account -
[to $10.000 and prison the secretary's office expense beer and \ Indebtedness during the com In II
for
Pes- be
will
said for any former Police Chief Gerry the salaryof year \
to fire years he Blinker light may be which Includes II censes. which will range from I year. t r
evading or totnlk. Everett, who
of I
on sing convicted to register for the draft. erected at each end of town to Miss act Sue as Ann Rnupn'i secretary $750 to $50 Instead of the flatRoamingRoebucksBackAfter Four. mills of the tax h late ogee is: I Iror
will while
purpose previously carge.County d. this purpose, i <;
accomplish the same $15
irunmers said that most of Bowen has acted without ray also due levy' remains the tame as
with little more diplomacy. licen--es are sting C
se who have not yet registeras a since his original appointment.Hear and local I businessmen received last year at 18 mills. About 3.
1
far as can be determined, ....-..- _. Valade Oct notices to this effect this 000 worth of bond were retired )

former service men. "The tin The dliectors also referred to last year. i,

',ion seems to have gotten Negro QuartersRaided committee three firm's estlnntes week. ---- The budget worked out by therouncll

.1' that these men do not have on the price of printing a pro- Goes to Ohio provides f"r -xpendituieiof
| lie explained "be- adverting folder for Wimmers services
rg.ster. new municipal\
posed S5131Ur
'e they at present will not be for 'ShineTipped the Venlce-Nokomls Area: dlscussed On Word Father Is W I due rig! ,C year. Most of these

jble ior draft calls." He em- but took no action on proposals Notified that his 79-year-old tame services cost only $47,733

a-lzed that the Idea was "very olf that moonshine to move chamber head father was critically ill in a hospital last( year, but the sum was Increased -

tch in error," since all men was being distributed quarters from the city hall to the near Cleveland H., N. Wim because of the higher cost
whiskey
Jin register if they come within the Venice negro Quarters former location OH the TamUmlI mers, local realtor, flew to the ol labor and materials and because -

> prescribed age limits, unless on from the east side of the Seaboard I Trail and heard a brief talk by Ohio city last Saturday.He I a few additional legal and

yare actually on active federal Air Line Railroad tracks, a group Harold Valade of the Automp'j..cAssociation : returned here by plane !similar expenses are anticipated.
Jty. Registrants must also keep of Sarasota. The lat- Helps
of 10 Sarasota County law en- Thursday morning and reported Increased Building

pti them at all times the regis forcement officers searched three ter advised all welt coast townsto that the father S. O. Wtmmcn The boost will not Increase the '
when
Ion certificate Issued Vie area cooperate on an advertising shown no millaue. however. This I
in had
homes and two s'ores of Lakewood Ohio, operating :
sign up. to attract tourists.rather tax revenue
y last Saturday night. campaign change in condition while his son Is because additional
cr the convenience of those than to hays separate cam old man has from new buildings
No whiskey was found, ,I was at his side. The is I expected t ,
Continued on Page Two) five that have been constructed
paigns. for about homes
according to Police hOW-I' been In the hospital and
ever, Bowen also became correspon- here within the last 13 \

Board Head Herbert O.Information Hanchey. The he had received dent this week of the Sarasota weeks. was flown to the I months. A similar Increase In } i'
fater made on Ha succeeds Al Wimmers main hope for "
aid-Tribune. Bill Is Venice's
by bulldins
of the negro Saturday
residents
from airport
Venice Tampa Louis Bu- q..
who-has-covered
ets Sugared Gas quarters who complained that the foremen Lightfoot of the local J and J future tax relief Mayor

poison" and for the H-T for the last year. returned ter said last night. l' ,
"pure and was
Co.
moonshine was Aircraft
budget
will he aslant -
the
s. Jarvis Adams. chairman ol made several persons 111. Moremen henceforth the same method. The A breakdown of :
had here by
H. allotted
of the Yeni out : to Manager Herbert trip showed that $'.600 was I'I
: board of trustees Search warrants were made remainder of his two-way !\
Golf and expenses; $s.-
i Water Works, told police this during the raid by County Judge Meyerof the Venice was made by airliner. for administrative : $5.- IIu
department
lek that someone had apparent' Forrest Chapman. COIIf"try Club. 425 for the fire '
police deoartment; 11
| been trying to damage the moot D iiU for the

his automobile.A 7 000Miles $ 9320 for garbage collection, :
1 maintenance -
found street lighting\ and street II/r I
of was
quantity sugar for building upsewer
Carol v n and Kath ; $10750
.
nelces .
last Saty. inree e .
jound his gas tank cap Hotel In Hoi- M"
the Halifax imi.v'ment. -
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andMa.ry
clay was Decatur street and
he said, and an examlna-, 'Petunia' Glad lywood. They were there only four leen Houghton of Chicago keep taxes and stmt'I:\,
Even Carol Ooltra of insurance
;
i of his car's carburetor show- ) 1
but In that time they man- Page Two l1
days Houghton (Continued on
I that a' Quantity of the sweet Western Trip OverMr. ased to "see the sights" In the who was visiting the ; iA i-

iff had gotten Into the engine with the exception girls. .
and Mrs. Frank Roebuck. nation's film capital, only trouble during the Gibbs Sues Ringo for $2500
pe tank and engine were washedt daughter Martha of the Interiors of the The Roebuck t-

t t by attendants of a local fill their young"Petunia" their rib- movie studios. These were closed trip, according to Mr.cylinder of $2,500 civil action suit wasfiled '

[ station, who asserted that if Ann bonwearingltlle and dog returned because of a strike and visitors came when the master went bad in circuit court at SarasoUyesterday ,I I

e sugar had remained there, it to Venice late last week after were not allowed to Inspect them his car's brake crossing system a mountainin against H. M. Buddy)

mid have caused severe burning trip that really Attended Rotary'Mr. as they were Desert of Ringo local tarpon fishing guide

I the cylinder walls and sticking I an took automobile them Places. Nearly 7.000 Roebuck, who Is salesman-I the Great California.American This gave by an attorney for_ ProprietorGeorge Center : j

1 the valves. miles of places, to be exact. aer of the Venice Land Co., attended Southern him "some bad moments uniu Gibbs of the Tarpon Basis of the ; :t

I Adams could give no reason for started out a little Rotary Club meetings bottom of the at Venice Inlet. a
The quartet got to the but It Is
action, although he said It"occurred" month ago and headed when they slopped In Reno, Nev., they he said, but they madeIt suit was not Indicated, that
than a mountain
debt
less
Colo., to "make up"for believed to be for a
d some-
to him that California. Before reaching and Denver. and repairs were made him.Gibbs .
for safely i
e> might be trying to retaliate they passed meetings missed at the local delay. Gibbs claims Rlngo owes
there, however, travelers with only a few hours |I court action is
r the recent Increase In mlnl- Mississippi Louisianaand club during his absence. The Roebucks told the Gondolier ,, In another

(um monthly water rate charges, through They also left the also took time out to see The "swell time" on I asking for a temporary Injunction
had a
Texas. they building a
he Irony of this, he pointed out, several times, crossln the Mormon Temple at Salt Lake but were glad to to prevent Rlngo from
country their Journey Old Inlet .
the
cold be that the Increase wasled Mexico at Juarez. City Utah, and to visit relativesIn Venice. "Petunia" new fishing center on
into to
i the border get back the construction
I by the council while he the Rd., asserting '
city Tijuana. And on Illinois but If tall wags
and nothing and
IM out of town and that he had Mexican went through Ne- The relatives Included Mrs. said he shares the, would block the road
return they W prove anything residents no
lathing whatever to do. with It. and other western Roebuck's mother Mrs. C. happiness. The trip give Tarpon Center
He also that vada. Colorado ]])-' of Springfield, a.: the homecoming of escape if a storm should
[ thought It possible far east as Houghton exactly 6.859 miles, I a means
as
getting covered
that replaced
.tates. E.
e sugar had been put In hisby turning homeward. families of two of her brothers, the Roebuck's speedometer wash out another road
loots before of Decatur and R. check of the old one.waaruaa .
Ilk In Sarasota Houghton
a prankster to California W,
headquarters revealed.
|here several similar cases haven Their Roebuck said Tester- H Houghton of Springfield: andNew
Mr. v1 -
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Baker Leave I Last Rites TodayFor Venice Land Head, Postoffice Head For Waudiult KinFuneral of Funerltl4 Venetiana

Max Barasz former Canad an On Legal ProgramRobert service were

Army baker who joined the L & S C. A. Hepler president of Goes to Meeting tlturdaylnWauchul.,0,71 ,
S. Baynard
Bakery here last week resigned : who
I the Venice Land Co. was featured Mrs R. K Fields, Venice postmistress passed AVq
early this week and left town. the on Sept 9.
speaker on the "Know will go to Clearwater
Mrs. Paul Larson shop manage Bl.E ElectricianDies Law" program Wednesday night tomorrow to attend a meeting of I Mrs. Driggers ,? the

raid Bares wanted to follow in Tampa over Radio Station WTSP at St. postmasters from throughout the in-law of Mrs. El8n tlm

commercial baking methods and I Funeral services were schedul. Petersburg His subject was the First Congressional District\ She a half-sister of J. rj 8
the insisted on "home made" Legal Aid Committee of the st. will be accompanied by her husband both of Venice She
ed to be held at 11 a.m. today in "III
processes only. Petersburg Bar Assn long resident of
!I Wauchuls
for Clarence Auburn Hep
Tampa
The local realtor, who has been The meeting will be the first of It In Hardee County
ler. 65 former owner of the Venice chairman of the legal aid com- Its kind to be held since the war Survivors in

Electric company here. Mi mittee for the last eight years, said I Mrs. Fields said yesterday Pre- E. E. Driggers fed addition k
Hepler died Tuesday afternoonat the groups objective was to help viously such sessions were held Mr

I his home in Tampa after i financially embarrassed citizens I I every three months Talks by several : Include two brothers, la

,, lengthy, Illness I protect their rights In our court postofflce Inspectors and U. phens of Osprey and W1l1t>

NATIONALLY I A native of Butler] County I "We feel," he explained 'that S Rep. J, Hardin Peterson of phens of Sarasota.
this Is one way we can help preserve Lakeland are scheduled.Mrs. .
ADVERTISED Pa... Mr Hepler came to VeniceIn society
I the free civilized Fields also Issued a request
BRANDS WEEK 1926 as an electrical engineerfor I established by our constitution." yesterday for all Venice box "EIectroitCloset
the building program then being I,
Baynard said needy persons holders to be sure their boxes are
conducted by the Brotherhood -
e He who require legal aid In St. Pete securely locked after they remove Dryer
of Locomotive Engineers
should take their cases to him. their mall She said complaintshad
Installed the electrical equipmentIn
After considering the facts, he received that boxes were
Ipana Tooth Paste the former Park View Hotel been
will refer them to other attorne'swho tampering, but
Large r. . 47c now called the Pines Hotel and in'' portof being "pened by
.r : the former Venice Hotel. The latter donate their services as that In most cases they flew open
1 Colgate Dental Cream the bar associations program unaided due to failure of the w
t' the Kentucky
r Is now part
the legal -
' Giant . 43c ,I Military Intitule winter quarters He pointed out that while the boxholders to turn the combination -
.v had only
t aid committee locks on closing them.
SMA Babe Milk members all bar association -- ---
I I Council :Member In Its work
members cooperated Flies to Texrs
Mr. Hi pier] was a member of -- -- Kuykendall
Liquid the city council In 1932 but left After His Father's Death

' 1 1(5(j l-2-o *1! I I office before completing his term Draft
?. e He was also a member of N. A. Ku} kendall, father of H
Case of 24 $7 !I Continued from Page One) P. Kuskendall of Ponce de Leon
t . ,68 Moose Lodge. He lived In
until early this year. when he thl'l who have not yet r(' lstrrl'd. the Ave. died suddenly of a heart attack

Toni Home Permanent II I his Venire Electric! film to E. lucal rl'n1tor111 MP his office Monday night at his homeIn

; Kit . . $200 Peter the present owner and I open from E: a m. to 5 pm. to- Wichita Falls! Tex. His son
Plus lOe Tax I moved to Tampa He formerly norrowTwert. went to the Texas city Tuesday
r.ll ,t I sided In Nokomis Heights 1'1"1 >-nine more men registered morning: by phne]

. Vaseline Hair: Tonic I Survivors include the widow i \ this week C lrdng: to a I Mr. Kujkendill had visited In

Large! 41c Mrs. Daisy Hepler Tampa; a lepurt late Yesterday by Mrs Venice with his son and daughter -

s i Plus Tax I IfiirareUes !'I stepson Frank Moo_e. Washington Kurk ndall. Tills brings the area I -In-law for the past two winters -
G 'I D. C: three grandchild: In total to 84 sInce: tha lechtralitn A native of Texa he was
l! Washington. D. C.; a sister In period bcga. on Ang 30. after a C5 years old and retired. Besideshis

All Poplar Branch I Pittsburgh: Pa.. and three brothers proclarrttlon putting the Selective son 1 here. he leaves three other -
'f k I living In Pennsylvania] Ohio Sen ice Act Into effect had sons Norman and Wilson of
Carton 81S-: I find Cillfoinla, Other details been issued ty President Harry S. j
The scientific way c' protl-
were not available] Truman. Cal-ifornia;
35c Sal Hepatca: 31c I The new registrants' are Earl J.I, ing your clothes from mold rd

Visit in St. Pete Mount on. i\ Osprey: L. Roland I mildew Uses no more curs|
I Franklin 18. Venice: Ben W. lion vacating: thc old Venice InM than a 15-vva bull

The Rexrll Store Mr, and Mrs. T M wrede. Sr Dravid. 21. \'enkeVllllam: Vas- Rd.; lowering the assessment

"i're...,pti,," Rpeeinflea" of Nokomis spent last weekend in binder 20 En-cwood: ; Paul R. on C. C. Lcwe property, after
S"S5
REO PRICE
rnn\r in \'TNKFARCU1F St Petersburg visiting their son.inlaw Taylor. 12 O-pic\'; Denton Otallt.I former Councilman Finn Casper-
"I'! T un In;: and daughter Mr. and 21 Venice: William C. Stulpls 21 : *en showed that an error rnd

,-I Mrs. Q J. Montgomery I I Nokomis: Charles Reid 20. Venice been made In computing Its valise' ( Special Introductory

.."'Wt--------- : Wayn. Elliott 21, Venire: several years ago; giving tentative -
Foul A. Voungbird, 22: NokomU: II approval to the American Price $4.95

For ALong James Q Carroll, 19 Nckoms\ : Legion for a Tna-iksclvlng tur-
,
Robert Rob!nson. 19 Laurel: Jack key shoot and Instructing City

CoolDHINK Evans, 20 Englewood; Don L. I Building Inspector Ot'" Curwocd Venice Electric

Smith 19, Venice and Donn M to work out a plan for supplying]
I
Fann, 18. Venice water to the Spadaro tract at R Fl Patio Bldg Phone WI

Also Orady L. Hawkins 2'). i wholesale rate, _

r Venice: William P. Lane 20. Os- -
Stop AtLarry's pre: James W. Ponder 3rd 21).1

,1 r, Venice: George R. HOlll'nqUlst.1
rt Place 22. Venice; Earl D. Edge 20,1 PAINT UP

Venice: Isaac B. Roberts,
I Laurel: Kenneth W VanDyke, 20'j. For The Season!

On the Tamiaml Trail Nokomis; Howard E. Chenault
1 JuSt north of Nokomis ::0. Venice; Herman E. Jordan.
1 :?O. Laurel: Alfred H. Weston 19
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1,, Delicious Sandwiches Englewood; Thomas O, Sdmonrtton -

1l'o Packaged: LiquorsAnnouncing 19 Ven!ce: Charles Battle
Jr., 20. Venire: Wallis S. DI'\'Jjn.1
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19. Nokomis. and Howell E. Montgomery r

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lar contingencies, and $2.500 fo"

One-Day Laundry Service park I
A Ipn-'hy d' I Arrival
fctiis on was Also Have Your Property 8PIC and SPAN for the j
FOR held on the explosive municipal of our Winter Visitors A flesh coat of our Paints will
sewage: problem. bee 1s of which j lathe make everything look like new.Authorized ,
I: ijevnoj \enVe :Nokomis Fluids fact that a number: of private

residences and b'l nines* p'op- r.
Pt, Comfort and Punta Dealer for
Gorda Beac'i: ties pump their! wastes from sept! :

tanks and Into the Ftorm sewers VARNISHES DCCo
PAINTS -
Family Bundle Our Specialty Continuing a move started Dupont ENAMEL DULLX St'PE8
while the budget was under pnonratlon "Better Things for ENAMEL and MARINE P.*u'yT
Wet Wash Fluff Dry Finished the council also heard R. BelteLiving"

L. Oowllnn Jr.. manager of the RESISTANT 1101FB
Lucas WEATHER
municipal pl'r"I in RI| d parlmen PAINT __ DURAFILM WAI. PANT;
Telephone Venice 3385 for Pick-up Service cf Hunn'cutt! ft Awe'ates. St. "A Great Name KWIK .ENAMEL ,_ FLOOR WAnd
I II II I Petersbjrs outline a plan under In Paints" VARNISH STAIN

I which his firm would ma'ntatn For A Limited Time Free Gift With Each Purchase

Englewood Automatic Laundry the local assessment rests on a

year-arourd bRSI l Action on the I VENICE'PAINT STORELet
( I proposal was postponed until the
Operated
r by Experienced
Laundry Personnel)
I next regular' meeting. I Us Recommend A RELIABLE Painter

II I Other council action during the I GULF THEATRE BUILDING. PilOSE 3(11W '
session
include
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$15,000 Damage

Suit Is Filed :s sA

civil action suit asking *IS.- t,>
000 In damages was filed In circuit -. I
court today by Mrs Nodle'E
against Jack M. Rhoades.
Mrs. Jones alleged' In her bill
that she fell on a slippery walk t't'Jones
leading to the Rhoades home and
as a result sustained permanentback .
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I By Janet: T. Cones er ;
For Two New Baptist Deaco
5 Gondolier Social I Kdiior i

Mr. and Mrs. S. Janis Adams 31 dare expected to arrive In .
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Venice next week for an extended stay with the former's parent, ---..

Mr. and Mrs. S. Jarvis Adams ol San Marco Dr. The young couple Bible CeremonyTo Legion Conferee(

left the United States last fall to make their home in Anchorage, Bulldozer on the Beach

Alaska and remained there until May. Since that time they have Bathing Area

'c been touring the country. We be Couducted Preparing Attended
by
Jlem'm'
c hope they'll decide that Venice It The couple Is staying at one of If you have driven-or hik- )
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'' the best place to Hie. after all. J. K. Hill's cottages on "Little ed-near the foot of Albee Rd.

-0- Sarasota" Bay In Laurel for a By Pastor Oct. 3 on Treasure Island lately you Of Sib Disf rid IV

Mr. and Mrs. John Shockey two-month vacation. Mrs. Mui- may have wondered why a

clime back last weekend to thJ phy's son, Lloyd F. Murphy Is An ordination service for two I county bulldozer was hard at

Venice Bay Trailer Paik after also in town for a two weeks' vis- new deacons of the First Baptist work there. The answer is thai Englewood'omen

f spending the summer months it with his wife and daughter, Church will be held during the It's clearing land and filling in Work for
AuxiliaryA
k with Mr. Shockey parents Mi. 'i Debby, before returning to classes morning worship service at 11 (holes as the first step toward

and Mrs George Shockey, In Day at the University of Florida ton, Ohio, and Mrs. Shockey'i American Legion
Gainesville. public use. Pcsta
this week by Rev. D held,
mother and father Mr. and MI'S The h being Sunday at Ft. Myers
i -O- Campbell Crawford. pastor of the project sponsored tlu
C L. Atkinson of Waynesfleld the Nokomis Community tended by several
Mr. and MM. Jack Sebastian church. by members of III

Ohio. I lof Palm Haven, Venice lelt this The new deacons are Roland Beach Assn. The county bull- local No-Vel Post, of its man,

-<'- week for a visit to their homeIn Cuiry and H. S. Smith, who welt dozer began work a week ago and of the Lemon Bay pot ,
Here are two more "visitors"ho and has already closed all but Englewood.The .
t Washington D. C. -They will chosen at a general election ol
f t \ were so attracted by: Venicethat later go to Bennington. N. H.. to new officers at the church' la>i one of the roads leading to the auxiliary and legion m"
they've decided to stay permanently beach area and the north jetty. beTS met
see Mrs. Sebastian's mother, Mu. Sunday. separately In the tin
; They are Mr. and Mrs. A lot and other
public parking Ing and held
Andrew MacDonald. They expectto a joint session
The ordination service will follow
S.I... Sagrarrlo. who last week Improvements are to be completed the afternoon.
a\\'aY'fol'
be about two months.I the procedure outlined In the Talks were fa!
down from D
i clime Washington soon in the filled-In by several
speakers at the
Bible In the Sixth Chapter cl l-
C.. to spend several days as guest I I
ter session.
space. The
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bean of Bay)' Meeting for an afternoon of Acts. It will consist of a prayer speakers milted

eA Point Nokomis. Now they've di' bridge last Saturday at the Venice for the deacons a charge to themto The association announcedthis Congressman Dwight Rom

A'i tided to stay and have set up,I Golf and Country Club were uphold he doctrines of tie: week that donations of Ft. Lauderdale, and Judd Hake!:

"t their home in the Del Rio Apts Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jackson. Mrs. cnurch, and the laying( on of lumber, cement and volunteer born West Palm Beach n I

-o E. R. Schlereth Mr. and Mrs. hands while prayed are beliia workers are still needed for Radio Commentator H. V. IlL

.y' bert Siegrist, Col. and Mrs. J.Al'j said. The R v. Mr. Crawford will constructing picnic tables shelters tenborn.
Mrs. Harry Stockman. Venice.
and Mr. and Mrs. L. Thompson'i Ncalon, Dr and Mrs C. S. be in charge. etc. Materials for three Area Delegates
Mrs. S. Jarvis MIA.I I I Five other deacons of the barbecue pits have already been
l Laurel, put In a busy day last Adams Delegates from the local fg
1 Friday. They drove to St. Pel--' William Dowd. Mr J. L. Corn- I church ale already In office. They donated as well as some pipe were H. P. Kuykcndall; IhKuykendall.

taking the ferry from Piney well Mr. and Mrs. Harry Britten. are F. M. Harp H E. Zeigler, M and promise of a well digger to I president ofthi |h

i Mr. and Mrs. Graham French I. Zelgler, DI' T. S. Thompsonand obtain a water supply. Those
Point and vl ltedI ith Mr. and cal Auxiliary, and Mr Wa>!:
,
Mrs. Steve Kavalika Then they. and A. W. Moremen.0 F. R. Boldt. willing to give the group a hand Jonas of Englewond. Commit!
should call George T. Devlin at
New Superintendent
William Jonas and Jilt lit
went over to Tampa before drlv ,
:2581 J. A. Johnston 3681.
cr at
1 ing home. __ ,tEl I' Several friends of Mrs. JamesY. Among the changes approved I represented the Englewood Pal

i; -0- Harn of Nassau St., surprised at Sundays meeting was naming Four women from Engletri

, % t : Guests for several days this her Saturday night at a patty In of George H Hauser as the new I who are helping to organic\ t
Guest Reader King '
otl' week of Mr and Mis. James M. honor of her birthday. The fete i Sunday school superintendent replacing auxiliary for the Lemon Bay Pat

. Dick Gulf View Apt s" were Mr. was held at the home of ncr Dr. Thompson Mr Haus Back St. Mark's were also present. They cm to
at
er and the Rev, Mr. Crawford
Louisa Pinch Mrs. Frances bi{
and Mr William McOuIrk of ,, brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
Washington D. C.. and Mr%. Otis and Mrs. E. W DrlggeM of L ur. are now in the process of choosing I The Mrs. Viola Ferris and Mrs. lea:
an assistant superintendent. ; St. Mark's EpiscopalChurch
Hale of Mt. Dora Fla. el. Mrs. Harn's mother, Mrs. E. Hogle.
; I secretary and a treasurer for the Riviera St. and Palermo I
1l 1 -1'I"J ,- E. Driggers returned to town later The Lemon Bay Auxiliary *
PI. will hold special service at
Sunday school a
and
l Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Cunningham this week after a month's will submit pects to receive a charter ft!
I the names of their selections to I 11 a m. Sunday with a guest. Edward -
t and daughter Leslie i visit with relatives and friends! first of next yearA
, the church I Bleakley King, acting as
arrived in town last week from In Arcadia Ft. Meade and Wau- membership for ap I membership drive for the S>
proval. lay reader. Ordinarily the congregation
Tuscaloo-a. Ala.. where Mr. Cunningham chula. Vel Auxiliary will be planned!
i Others who were elected would not meet until
wa graduated In August -o- or reelected Its'j I the next regular! meeting K!>
to various church next week when the second of I II
f'': from the University of Ala Mr. and Mrs. James L. Corn- offices I doled' to be held Monday at I;*
this bi-monthly summer services is
r, bama. Mr Cunningham is the well are back in Venice for the week included: Trustees Mr. I II at the local legion hall.
.
Hauser scheduled.Mr.
Mr. Boldt
,
,. former Mics Hellyn Murphy, winter after a six weeks' visit to Herschel Lew- I .- -
I ellyn and Dr. King student at the
Thompson
: trea. a
: daughter of MM. Alexander Murphy their! home In Washington D. C. Guild Women
of the Worthington Apts. r -0- .|surer, Fverett Driggenr; clerk. Northwestern University Theological Episcopal
,
i I John W. Kerr of Washington. 'Mrs H. E. Zeigler: flower committee I Seminary in Evan ton. Entertained on Island

I D. C.. who has been a guest of.; Mrs. Crawford. Mr. Drlgjgcrs Ill., will aiso be In charge of thisweek' Members of the S: Mi*
i Mrs. w. P.
Hayes Mrs. J.
Mr Mrs. Robert L.
I and Qregoiyjand ,I I D. Riggs and Mr. Smith. Sunday School classes at Guild of the local EpU f:
their daughter Mrs Mary W
I I Also Junior 9:45: a.m. Church were entertained
O'Brien of Pensacola Rd. Baptist Training I
, E.j I Union director, Mrs. Boldt; Young The visitor will be remembered Tuesday afternoon by Airs C
About
'\ 10 days returned to Treas:*:
I tJA. home on Tuesday Peoples Training Union director by members and friends of the Waite at her home on

t j -a_ I Mrs. W D. Bellamy; ushers Mr. church as being here last year. Island.

Mrs. Dixon Guy and Mr. and II Boldt. Thomas Hubbard. Mr. He acted as lay reader during Following luncheon blouse

j Mrs. I. B. Countryman left Tues- Lew ellyn, Glenn Stephens and most of last summer in the absence meeting: was hold. Those "

I day for their homes in Indianapolis Paul Zeigler: buildings and of Dr. Leonard W. S. I I were present included Mn Hlri'

Ind., after a two weeks' grounds committee Aldlne Chen- Stryker. who was priest in chargeof L. MundY Mrs. J. M D* 1P'

vacation In Venice. Mrs. Ouy wa ault George Higel and Mrs. J. the church last winter. L. Fisher, Mrs. C. S. OILMiss :

.j, the guest of her parents. Dr. AndMrs. D. Stephens; church social committee Mr. King spent tNs summer Sue Talbot Mn. Th *
,
< C. P. Danks and her sister. MM. Ray Collins. Mrs. studying for Holy Orders and Patton. Mrs. William Dod. 1"S.

Miss Josephine Danks, of Harbor Boldt, Mrs. Hauser, Mrs. RlRz.i, taking public speaking courseat Jarvis Adams Mrs. CJydf.

A Short Cut for Dr. Mr. and Mrs Countryman ,Mrs. Harry Sjoblom and M/s. Harvard University He I li at gel and Mrs. Vincent D.xon.

Beauty's Sake 'stayed at the Triby Apts. during Jack Wilkinson' : church finance present on a visit with his familyIn The next regular bUSlnlJ

i Ont In the swing of things their visit. committee J, D.- Arnall. Mr. Tampa.Dr. meeting of the guild will be hrJ

with, a new. pert, hairdo "- the Boldt and Mr. Hauser: music director Stryker Is expected to return Tuesday, Oct. 5. Mrs. Adams Abe
nciem oi lasnion. Mr-'I; :
1 Mr. and Obendorf of Mr. Crawford and pianist to Venice about mid-Octo the hostess at her home on SII
For a snort time we are offering Nokomis, owners of the Venetian Mrs. Arnall.
I I ber. Di-
a newI'RKAM Marco ,
Cleaners, returned last --
: COLD WAVE Friday 67!:

for only from a two months trip throughthe

$8.50 midwest. They visited Mrs.
NOTICE !
Obendorfs parents Mr. and Mrs. VENICE-NOKOMIS

Plione: Lucite or Tiixle Oust Frederick, in Merrill Wis.,
at 2811 for appointment and Mr. Obendorf's mother Mrs. RESIDENTSYOUR

Charm Edith Obendorf at Versailles,

Ind. They also took in the Mil. OWN LAUNDRY -- IN YOUR OWN TOVBRII"G !'\

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Meeting Venice Area Boys and Girls Cafe Chain 'Exec'



ill Program Starting College Careers Leases tar, Dock 1 as Vale


Mnllllllll>A ,
des Speeches, Destinations Include it Tarpon CenterPhilip
an Episcopal prep school In Mid-
|iness Socializing Ohio, Florida Schools
,
dletown. Dela., after which he enlisted -
Callanen, former Chi
tremely busy program was With college doors beginning to in the Navy for a twoyearhitch

by the Venlce-NdkomU open for the 1948-49 term, a cago cafeteria main executive,
i iw
Teachers Assn. Tuesday number of Venice area boys and TallahasseeBoundBound announced this week'that he had A ifs

as Its members met at I girls will leave this week to start for Tallahassee and the leased the restaurant, bar and
school for their first seethe Florida State University is Miss
docks at the Tarpon Center and
or resume their careers at the na-
new school year. Dr. Virginia Bowden, daughter of Mr.
I tion's institutions of higher leai fl would operate them for an ex-
Schramm presided and Mr>>. H. S. Bowden of Paler-
ing. tended period.
speaker for the evening mo PI. She is scheduled to start
of Since this is one of life's most The bar opened on Saturday,I
ounty> Superintendent her freshman year on Sept. 23. I
Verman Klmbrough!: who' interesting moments to parents,I The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. he bald, and the dining room will) t
students and friends, the Gondolier Wont traditional w.dd'nf
a
complete financial report Melroy Laurel, will probablyseem follow as soon as new lighting i '
Is reporting the names and ring Or do you prefer on finual
|budget of the school board. destinations of some of them. I empty this year. Their three can be Installed and renovations -I modern d.ilgn W.Iihow ,'
ort business session follow- sons all left last Sunday for made'The docks ale al- our .noting coIl_
Others will be added later If Information you
'a* decided that the "pro- Is furnished to us. ',j Gainesville to attend the University ready In operation, althcugh repairs lion of nationally Turnout Art-
the year" will again be to I' of Florida Paul and Tim will Carved rings ...ry 000handcarved
are currently being made on
Kenneth Wayne ,
mild up the high school VanDYke. son register as freshmen, while David for lifetime bootyl i
of Capt. and Mrs. C. S. Alden of 1 t some of the Inboard and out- t5'
|Mia H. S. Bowden. mem- I will enter his junior year. Why snot Hop In today y
Lyons Bay, will leave this week board boats that are usually
also
announc-
chairman 'I Also entering the University of SitlIMMMet
,t all parents Interested In end for Gambler, Ohio, to starthis I' Florida for their Initial year are available on a rental basis. Th: SlUttiOO
IV
first year at Kenyon College i metals federal i fix:
,ng members of the PTA Miss Marilyn Mikese"laughter bar and restaurant have been
contact her. I there. Kenneth was graduated of High School Principal and Mrs. Closed since Aug. 1. I Hull tnlltt to maw'tUl
I I
two years ago from St. Andrews
Golden lfu. Thanked Homer MIkesell of Nokomis and Formerly In Sarasota BElOVED BY HIDES FOR ALMOSTA

decision In the bust Otis Bronson, son of Mr. and] Callanen, who will be assistedty HUNDRED YEARS (1151).194"

fher was to send an open of the Nokomis school had the I I Mrs. O. S. Bronson of Ponce tv his wife Jacqueline, in operating -

appreciation to Paul highest attendance of parents. Leon Ave.Jackie the fishing rentir's restaurant OUR NEWEST LINE
owner of the Alpha Mrs. J. K. Hill's 3rd grade wa Boldt departed last and bar, was manager of

ShoP. Tor the "diligent high for the Laurel School. weekend for St Petersburg, where the Sarasota By Country Club Knowles Jewelers
|constant effort nnd unllm- Mrs. A. W, Moremen secretaryof she will be a first year student at last year. And also helped: man
e" he gave toward the the PTA donated a cake, I the Trinity Bible College. She h age the Tarpon Center cottagrs y r
REOPENED fOR SEASON
{and growth of the high which was designated as the the daughter of Mr. and Mrs The year before he operated the
band. The motion was I dining the Post Office ,Arcade Venf-
Good Will Gilt" and was awarded Fred Boldt of Nokomis loom of Sarasota HJ-
I'jy Miss Dellena Jelks, 5th to Mrs. Albert Slegrlst. as she I tcL

and seconded by held the "good \\'111" number. This Baptist Missionary Union Born In Bait more, he w.1
arles Oadd, wife of the will be a special feature at each raised In Chicago and attendedthe ,,13 restaurrnts In the chain. HJ
chool athletic director. monthly meeting for the coming To Hold Election, Study ; University of Illinois for two also was mnnag.-r for four years
I I'
Ity members of the Ve-No- year. Election of officers for the new years. He entered the restaurant of the Montgomery Ward nj

eel were then Introduced Refreshments were served In year of the Woman's M.sslonary business as a bus boy for the'' Co.'s employee cafeteria and ci*

ncJpal! Homer Mikesell and the school cafeteria by the executive Onion of the First Baptist Church John R. Thompson chain of cafeterias 'I ecutlve d.nir.g room, In Chicago ,
of the Laurel School were committee. whose memberswere will be held next Tuesday evening and rose through the positions l- He and Mrs CaUanrn have

ted by Its principal. 'E. B hosts for the evenlrg The of cook, manager of onE three children Anne 13; Plifi'p

t s. Room count was taken I next meeting of the local PTA l li I' The group will meet at the restaurant and superintendent of Jr./ 11, and Janet, 6. "

let 1 Lily Moore's 7th grade'i scheduled for Oct. 12.Phil home of Mrs. Harry S. Smith. t4444444444444444444,4444444444a444444444444444v.

Pedro St.. with Mrs. D. Campbell When You Want A umber Bad : .
Crawford as co-hostess. ..
Callanen: Welcomes You to Mrs J. D. Arnall. current president Be Sure That He Is GOOD

.will be In charge of the i
Liar's Bar
The Lounge Dependable Plumbing i
meeting. Mr* Crawford will present -
AT the study course, which will Contracting Repairing

THE TARPON CENTER be a review of a bock about the Full Line Fixture: and Materials! i
i famed Baptist missionary to China I Water Pumps Ppe; anA Fitting

(Venire Inlet! "Lottie Moon.. by Una Roberta F LET us FIGURE YOFR JOB E"Tll\f\TEI1I GIVES ;
I ,
NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Lawrence.-- t JOSSART PLUMBING CO.

ENJOY OUR Methodist Rummage Sale : Div Night i iy t
:lone Venice Florida :0'
:
Gulf Breezes : 3 ,
Drinks, Sandwiches and Cool At KMI on Saturday ._-_..wa ..............................r.,.....
.
A rummage sale, sponsored by
the Methodist Youth Fellowshipof THE KING FURNITURE CO. t. I

SUMMER MONTHS the Venice-Nokomis Methodist FRED B. KINO OWNERof
Church, will be held tomorrow In Punta Ornda w'

Close Saturdays at One the store building adjacent to TAKES PLEASURE TN WELCOMING -

the Kentucky Military Institutegym. TO THE BUSINESS LIFE OF
The sale will begin! at 9 THIS AREA ,
H. N. WIMMERS Realtor am. and continue until about 6 I

CO. pm. MR. AND MRS. PHILIP! / CALL\NEN '
PENINSULAR ffEllEl'HONE
FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHTWFI'ERN Donations of articles to be sold! I New Operators of theLiar's
UNION will be received while the Pale Is Lounge Bar and Restaurant i

In It was announced
progress
At TARPON CENTER Vohice Inlet
Mrs. J. T. Blalork.
by
yesterday
'esters Union Open on Sundays and Holidays 11 to 12 a.nt. Betty
counsellor for the group.

Lee Johnston Ii president of the Pt
local Fellowship and Virginia

Bowden Is secretarytreasurer.Minister .
VENICENOKOMISBANK -.- -- Winter Reservations i

at Youth Week
t

George L. Harper, minis- .
Rev.
ter of the Venice-Nokom; Meth- If You are Planning on Coming to Venice t.

odist Church, left Monday tot Next Winter May We Suggest Nr.w Is the
Leesbur to assist with: the Youth

Complete Activities Week, program of th" Time to Make: Room Reservations: ?
First M"thcdls ,Church of tfcar
Banking! Facilities cfty R v, Harper Is expc'ed 'i

home today. Many of Our Foresighted Guests-

b 9 Commercial Accounts 2633 -Sarasota2529 Already Have Done So, Freeing Their .
Savings Accounts
Phones Minds from Any \Vhere-Shall-We-Stay: ?"
Boxes
Ilk I j' Safety Deposit

y Traveler's Checks AmbulanceS Questions l


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and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON
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of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
225 W. Venice Ave. VENICE. FLORIDA Phone 3572'to

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Published every Frrd.it. Editorial and bu dnres office Ill West I
Venice 4enue.rnloe.. Florida P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. atwumoalrodttt6fs
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s Entered as iccond-claai matter June 6, 1946, at the post office / TQ the Edt..r
.' at Wnict. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. (uaterR. Venice Ooe4hrr t
'
Subscription rates, One year, $250, six months SI.SO- three the Ever Venice attire GnMh.t 1 n rtiwl a., nw
.s trcnthi, ?Sc. Classified advertising rate 2 cents pr word, first 20 1 ,oeo rtOlrt, AL CIOSURFACED iAATMy'S ership I ...' intended.tmlw r a sni
crdi I cent word for each additional word. M-Me OI tlnd,
: the
pr ,4' PSAJTKJ 1 r n linen
I SC7s Ale IN ltd! tlW7ED SiAi S hHdel.%
: s utti.ti Steak" rots exl-Iin wh, tic.
UTE !S. fONfMFRJ4ACT Editor and Publisher ,9 lure seetlun has b"'II
[If. we4t I .have been daroitni
) T (ONCNER Office Manager A ewi wcaat fA : thear who ndanu sad k k
HOW *R1) K. BRILEt Shop Foreman / T / of >our when liw'... rtw
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; rtN 11,6 el. and njoy n.ilm' that JT.lkn
to V, ,, 7 '
your :
FVLPWDOP :
.
i I Schoolbells and Sudden Death WAUac"D, I ISIfsv iEYTrtea supply I nw w l ii u. ifciITI
. % Ae1I I :I them.undrft<.M* my iii,,,,,,,::'

School bells :and sudden death :are not uullIythtu.d1t ma I : For a short antis, tit r

of together. But as unpleasant as the idea / ltlPtpJNlf winters I have e.wpv r
tray I f the place and 0. p**:.i:'.
be, every resident of the V nke-\lIk: ( misEn.d"no,1 J {Ass. sorf I Inridfnt.ll I tinnatlv Mrs,
menu Teeoliner a uf Ni II I N J. rut"
l area should realize tint: one can: lead to the other 1 Aae1N.nWRt sae Alban 5"a .-- i from Jreoo t' shely I ..;:
I ; (UliWOe 11I11I A Well! PLAn( r. trloI".IUIAN ,
, By this we. do not mean that our institltions 01 .
ia'cidJiJ.i, -A WU MAKE n P05St&! FOR A DnH'
I;' teaming are suddenly' going; to he turned into Nazi horror caaamn WOOD AtiSTIOI,Ac.r ilia"IIC1!WNe'f CIMPfRl'iIIl'tiR TOI<'I'r'PRHI.4 ; OI"ASIfitlew ..... .

I chambers: or that studies of the atomic age :are suing tll'hl LON& I>S J t lEdltoi's NOl KtadctD

' lead: our youth to their destruction. IS the first Gondolier ito

: But we do near that mir youngster travel to, and I' express chagrin at tilt

'hl!u i from school on the highways and on busy streets, either i slon of the t'lolld4 Fti'.m,
lion If then
are otbell,
1 in school buses or afoot. And W e mean: tint: een step "TOO LATE should communicate with*

; of the way can hazardous: unless motorists and others itor, so he an driennmei

: lake extreme precautions when driving near: a school or It will be forth Silt A

r school zone. ain b TO CLASSIFY"Motorists aume the use of this lelllII

;11' Hofida Cities both Ing the winter In the i m
many: large: ;and small :a familiar -
' It Is regretted that U.u 1
, '' : sight on corners adjacent to school buildings is the "Gypped"By fee's' "cheated by III

, l schoolboy patrolmin. These youngsters, ,rearing: white' i and It U hoped she sill as

,tt r cross bands and armed with signal flags, lure done much I Gas Tax Diversion amply compensated 1 br III

HIt! Jo protect their school companions and to prevent careless I crease In local news and

driving within school zones. Yet they :are not maintained : By RUSSELL KAY coverage that hit been leak|

i ;, everywhere, and even they are in danger ash; SrcrfUrv." Florida Press ,.IIIt. amble by use of fund (hit 1

i J3, t editor learned graphically: when he saw a schonlbov pa- Florida motorists art taking an awful beating worse In fact erly went for about the section the: i li

I" irolrrun cut down by than those of any other Mate In the union They are paying millionsof her remarks -
a automobile
speeding
at a crossing I Is laboring undo
she
,
'If in Ohio, few do! ars Into the state treasury every year, and these funds are ers
a years ago. AI advtr'1siI
\' : 'being diverted to the extent that the motorist Is being gloriously apprehension
( The only real protection for our boys and girls: is in '"npped the section t is old bythiU

/ the mind: oi'our motorists themselves. They should re-j I IH While the average motorist may not reallre It. when he drives NeW<.paper Union publlstej

tjard every child as a "human caution sign." The presence I Into a Jllllng station and tells the the section, and the

. of .1 the attendant to fill 'er ""." he Is tax on every gallon of thatann does not receive a penr)'',',.
youngster on streets ot any city' should be re- i ia '; gas
) right I and ont -half rent goes In his tank One and one-11 1 nue from It)
a! yarded as a signal to, slow down, approach school zone: o, -
\h and half cents of lib Is federal tax
1 cautiously! to be particularly careful in making right I and seven cents Is state tax. To the Filllur

1 or left turns at intersections.Last Venice! Conilnllir. ....
I Each cent of I .i> "l iJ
gasoline tax collected Until m
i liaise I ... ,..... j.h.
year according to the American AutnmobiUJMI I eatt yields a revenue of $6000 .Gondolier.TIC, of i....nrrhii
H .\ ., 2,100 school children were killed throughout the I 000 annually and the entire seven I should like to *i>h f"Th na
U. S. as result of accidents An.11 I .' cents collected wrnw l" th* "weer II 'is I
involving automobiles by the sttte Myakka. ...- during toted firs
some I I7ooo others 14\OP1C", amounts to $12000000: annua'ly. .hkh w* au|>* will, l.. sees fir
were injured. Fortunately, none tl' :, I shortly" after thr r.."
these tragedies happened in this area but no one should : Most folks think that all of this weather .is Whim l lI ,.
P trine e/
" IIIYI n
money goes to the Road Department have nut
feel :smug as a result. Presented by your Doctor the Go.doI,.. re, teeny and wk
|
of medicine for their benefit In more cruinuinl. the aIh
a> a health prelate irate
: Sudden death can strike next month tomorrow or service of the Florida and better roads, but It doesn't, remit un ....,.,"..hi"to"" .IIItI D CIt -
Bu.IoII.M "
I in the next t few seconds. We all MUST be careful and vourlcaocai".Medlcal 1 Only four cents goes to the road riw you h... H a.labia I .aD

pic-tot the lives of the young Americans who will lv I clety. 1 department.\ ,,....t.addrw wry .'
> j : the men and' women of tomorrow.No DON'T NEGLECT DOG What happens to the otherI kntuca" Military ln-tliu
.m.'h
, I !Iooo.. I BITES I three cents you pay on every gallon baud Hope luck\oJ W and bo',a 1>< radii r
Mad dog! That threw
r. .. Into cry panic of gas you use? Well. It la IUOn.
entire
Rubber Type communities In the J. atYlIOSDI'ubl.
days before the great Pasteur de. I distributed among different state .
'I A number of people asked us, after last week's! veloped a preventive treatment departments, none of them providing lun :.atam.l Huhnsua Prey D

Gondolier w.is on the streets, why our Labor Day for Jay,the a cool dread head disease and prompt rabies action To- i a service to the motorist.Two ,Editors Note AccortB

story did not contain the names of all the program work-I la the solution when someone ha I cents goes to the State Board information available
jl been bitten by a dog or other |10f Administration one-half 11
/rj and the result of all the horse races and other events. warm blooded animals such u cent Maj. Charles E Hodgin
to the
State General Revenue an4
The question was a naturaone\ and deserved an cows cats foxes, wolves, horses anti Fund and another onehalfcent commandant Richmond of KMI, II

answer. And because similar: instances are bound to The disease Is most prevalentamong to the State Fund for Common Charles B. be reuMl

arise in the future! we are going to give a few of the may be Infected dogs but and other health animal/officials Schools. writing dent. Both to the can school at

lessons here tor all to see. \Ve figure it will save everyone '- tell us that It has spread to i Then the poor browbeaten moi Ky. The Gondolier hopes to

a lot of time in the long run no life.small Last extent year among the Florida wild anima State:: ,i tnrlsts :are called upon to pay foi Reader Bell personallY and

The I Board of Health carried on an exi a license tag each'year.. And does for his good }
principal reason, to be slightly blunt about it, i tensive extermination this money return any benefits to him lley. wale 1.
program on of
was that type is made: of lead and not of rubber. In other I j| foxes In certain sections of the i him Not so you could notice tit I brother-ln-'a owner of the T

""vord, just t so much printing can be put into a given state Rabies can be contracted only : After administrative expense eats Tubatorlum, new >

I: space, and when that is filled tip there is no room for from a rabid animal's bite and not up a nice slice of It, the balance

No how through a wound Inflicted by a of this money goes to the TeachCM'
more. matter badly: the editor may wish to dc. normal healthy dog Only a laboratory counties lit
I $o, he cannot squeeze, bend shrink or twist the teat by the board of health; Salary Fund way within our "
type so _aft ft ."' ,'_'", ..___.. .. Secondly comb
I as to ret in "just one more item." the an suspected I'va..y animal ueermme has wnether' No Quarrel ly needed hI:'
the 1 tremendouslyfarmer
dis.i I We have would
On 1 larger such ease. If a well-behaved pet sudaenly !. no quarrel with the but *
the New
papers, :as York Times, this changes his disposition schools, the teachers, the Welfare and grower,

problem is solved by adding extra Pages when the new begins to act strangely he should ant I i Board, the State Board of Ad get these roads a* 1 4 1'III

volume exceeds, the anticipated number of pages. But be Be taken careful to a In veterinarian once I'I: ministration or other agencies continue to divert the pi
handling an'
this is impossible on a small p,iper, not trimly because the animal to avoid being bitten.such I,' that benefit from this gas tax diversion use it for other P11"'e"Florida Its" *

cost would be prohibitive unless extra advertising could Once the symptoms have devel.oped at the motorist's expense. voters 'NUl
none can recover, dog or hu- But we do feel to express th*
that it
is unfair
also be obtained to help pay the mechanical costs but man. The afflicted animal may portunity ""
gal
have the virus In his saliva and unjust to make the motorist with regard to this
also because :snail shops do not have the manpower or eral days before the tell-tale signs sew I carry: this heavy burden and give ston question at the genenl A

machines needed to set that much type on short notice. appear.to Consequently the dog may him iso little In return. tlon in November'asked The
appear b. apri
perfectly well
That, then was: the situation that faced the editor time of the bite at the We should keep in mind .that to vote for or

of the Gondolier last Friday. He found after writing animals It '' essential that suspected Florida is a tourist state; tourists proposed constitutional
be put.--
until 5o: a.m. to make up for the lost time over the tlclala and not reported be permitted to health to run of. ,! represent our big money crop and ment that would! and Multi
100RI It even there is nothing that helps tour this diversion,
he more Important i a
holiday that had
more than leas
copy space. Hence he that the person be taken ist travel as much as good safe this money collected
had to leave out same stories, rewrite others, and slash Immediately to :Ito't: Tour roads Florida is also an agricultural on gasoline be used Wtorlsts \111

names sentence, paragraphs and even whole sections steps family to physician take to prevent will know.the what dls- state and good roads are benefit In the J

out of the remainder. It's a wonJer any of it made sense. 'LI' But even he will be helpless needed to carry produce) from \does and maintenance
once the dread
symptoms appear farm to .market. Improved high-- and br1cUes.Face .

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VENICE GONDOLIER
Pace SertnCLASSIFIED 4 4ASSIn"

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nesiq.Ads E ai.f bb t
In, with the In. 111
Ins advertiser will 1

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Jen on Jury Duty S

Bowden. president of the REAL ESTATE FOR SALEA LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE FOR SALE WANTED TO RENT

felly Council and owner of
COMPLETE HOUSE In Venice. nn pearls ........
Ice Food Shop was sum- REAL ESTATE SERVICE OR INTENTION OWED FURNITURE of all kind. VIw ,.... Paul Guldo-.teln. Phone 6661.
to Sarasota this week to TO REGISTER: FICTITIOUS NAME: I phone Trading 2602 Wet, 217 W. Miami Avenu t(

ury duty at the fall term Bales R..I.I.Cov..I. they The undersigned do hereby certify that I FOR RENT
are conducting a Sundries bimlnmnane TO CLOSE
.. an ntaUi. 1UJS Doilies
.
county court. Among the all 01 the FORT, MYERII AREA and Noko.'I. Florida' under the ""'"'".. Conn with 1M7 .."I.r. Also trailer with i
SOUTHWEST 6f
; FLORIDA ..
hat came up was an assault set homes to Mod. oumon MroenH porch and rar-purtt 4 COMPLETELY Redmraud. f -
Coastal Ioc.t.o.beautiful .Ive/ro.t states NOKOMIS SUNDRIES tuba radio In fine condition Inqi'ir. ........ apartment ready for i_. .,
ttery charge against Louis rd and unimproved tropical.Including islands Improv., beach and that said firm I. composed of the Louis httrrtt, Venice Boy Trailer I'ark. I GE refrigerator and rorikinc; not Jed I.. l

rjan. 313 W. Venice Ave. opportunities properties. fishing mil Iodwe.. business of following i residence persona art .whore. folll,.name... and! places IIOUSI'. TKAIIKH sleeps four I boT-I tnllod Water front ana does J--...
Income .
arge resulting from an af- ing motor ..."rto. train artim... Inrl.irt.JEFFCOTT Maurice M. Kr.dd..k, Nokoml. Fla. | tied .a.. t77 Phone t1 M5. ] Call Siltt
at Adprjan had several open.tida ranches, '.rm. and.mp.grovel hotels. William L. Braddock, NiAomU, Fla G'i.- ::SiillITi. .: TWO IWDnOOM HOII. h.... few sent
Large and Owntnhlp 01 Nokomis .. IS RCA-Vlctor |
small t.\o 8undrl h table -
of land A furnished or IInr..I.hed. Call %tH.l .
follows
ago with J. L. Ellis and eompl.te rental service Send for few Maurice l ]II Radio, 110 Ur>v trailer awninicThulma 160. I
descriptive M.
folders and n..dd..k 50')1. Mr. Smith. Venice
(Pop) Garrett was nolle eat section. maps of Ihl. trop. William L. Btu dock. .?'?. P..k. Bay Trailer
It la car Intention to apply to the ROOFING
| Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Root Woik ot All Kinds 1
REALTY INVESTMENTS .bsrosota Coimti Morlda. to register the WASTED TO BUY l
.Id name NOKOMIS' SUNDRIES under ALVIN P. sons
our New Rotarians ur First gW Fort M,.... Florida| the provision at rhunttr ZO "Everything In Real E.,.,,.. .',..rd., Acts of 1941. USED I'I.\NO Ace l'rln.lo.1I"m'r : Bus. 2873 > Home ZM1
new members were cffl- Both the USUAL .nd Witn.... our hands, tl.la 2nd day n,1 M.k..11. .1 the Hh P.'h".1 oe .n 2bi2,
[taken Into the Venice Ro- UNUSUAL S I MAURICE M. HR\DnoCK I'h"n"'eol... 1501.
DESIRABLE FOR QUICK. RELIABLE
at the
plub yesterday noon and SELECTION: .r business WILLIAM L. IIRAnDOCKPulilLhi
on meeting: at the country by ..residential..... If 1.1..I.d.sits I. city of Venice 8opt. I, 10. 17, II, !P... SERVICF. CALL
_II...... "Add..... Boa 88."n..t Venice you. Fla.;in REAL ESTATE FOR SU K!: Venice '
NOTICE or k'
isrcvriovTO
i new Rotarians are A. B H-ROOM HOUSE .
frame ?? ,n rtlnn. REUSlrR STUCCO HOUSK. six notions end both
Venice. citrus grower, with large' ".'.,.vt1'!, t'Trirr( ?. AI., The linihMiiiiKil FKTIIIOIS do ',,, nHll.nd V"lr. '"'"" e ky int .,,. ... 'I large yard and fruit One mile hum
T, Devlin Nokomis at 2913COTTAGE.IN con.iuiiliu .il.livlKbn ;ine M'.r
.
N. komli Box Venice
ga- I 10') Vin.c,, | |,.nla, since the flrtltiiiVl'VFTIAN Moat offkr Bt,090.! Mra Thi 'Ina 14. Phone 2153
| Smith Venice Tiny Trailer
Dick r now 01 Park
wner: Rich Venice
THE.PINES Banc.. :
da I . .
offers .hit. frame Cape rod GARDENS .-...-.- -..-.-. - - -
[station owner, and Col. W. from IWHI to .3.tIlIl. roasts ml that Mid firm I. composed! of the I ...........CC C.C..4.'C.
Laurel hoitlculturist Bra them >t Hawthorn in.It"lIn mil Tuttle big 101 follow!! inn p.r"in' "')...... nom.. and pl.,... N I':,
pve Te.m.. Ai- .f ll, ...
> r 'nro arc I. follmrrank ,
... V. liovls. Room 309 Rodiutong. One Week Only I u
., 2H30 16th, North Arlington.inla Vir-, .
( I I
Kniim Cain Davl... Rio... JiW Radio | ; fRy Pe.ml"lon! of a Mimufaclurir
ally / AN ABSTRACT glnia HI 1-11t., invi Kiln North Arhr. I.... V1r- 4


u( $ DOES NOT prove that you I. Ownership.. f.lo..t iif VENETIAN GARDENS 10 tot 3 RECORDS- for $1.00()() I '
Frank V. D.vl..., lu'; .
have a good title to your piop- Fnine... Cain Davl.. 5(1'...
erty. We will be glad It U our intention to apply I.. Hit
to explain Clerk of the Circuit Court In and folSaraxila |; ALPHA MUSIC SHOP
POl1GY this to you If you will County rloridn. to r.,"l..... \Ie
of !. ..M name nf VENETIAN G.ARD.NS!: .
Z1ZLEINSU call at our office. I undtr Oilprovhlon.. uf Chapter 20I.M | I 311 W. Venice Ave. Phone 3651 $
Laws "f Florida, A>t> of
I WItnm. our hands, I.II'h;:; day ..f :J

= ABSTRACTS AtHtUKl, 194M.1 r..a ra rrJ ... ..'.'.r.aJ'a'rlis traa6 .Lrrr'I" JrF,.>k

TITLE IVSVRANCKAbstract : FRANK V.CAIN OAVIMFKANthS DAVIES I ..,.....,............- -
l I'ubluhl 8,1'l.ID, 17. it Oct. 1, JOIH


Companyof BUSINESS PERSONALS ,I Radio Sick, Broken?

IHFrS'11111:11. tare rra-rable. Call
or ore \'I."lnl. Jun Phone Vrnlm
Sarasota 2b1(. "ewood.
I We'll fix it for
( J\aKAL,; HAULING and "nl..tlnft. you
Urn J. nrvaion. President Vard'"nrk Mu.k f111 dirt, shell sand. s
ACCURACY FSTABIISHEU 1021 RrRVir: Pelt E.l".. Phone 2012.
TFI.FPHONES Z1M and illl IIS HUH STREET I very quickly and
IF IMFKESTrD In Bald! t o
either brick or black work call J.
m."n.I
-Vrnlct.. 6074.CONCRETE. -- for a price you cnn:
WORK and Irucklni Louis
durian, Phone Venice 2B65.EaH .

Mention I I fnttrvll I Paul NavtPDQ :afford.f t
SEPTIC TANK CLEANING
I Modern pumping! equipment Work iruar- to
fin.wl' Phone Sarawta :i-2"0 or Venke8KO (Sony Noork on Auto Sets) '
),
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I home WILL. day TAKE or niitht mri' Mr.nf H'uTt..ti Hinkh?. In Nokomis my. And If You Need A New Set -.
esidents of VeniceThe 'incur Oranirc A,..,...I Phone 8b8l
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GONDOLIER Classified Ads We Have The Best! !

cost little, yet produce fine t(.
ults Just phone Venice 3131 h... B. & W. Record Players '

next time \ou. wish to purchase furniture, fore 5 p m. Wednesdays.

|just t look over new Furniture that you are con- Portable
Public Address System
ering buying, change( the looks of the scenery Dependable :

FOR RENT Rv Div. Hick or Mcnlli.
| driving south on the Trail. Service I Battery or AC operated. ,


Punta Gorda is just 28 miles south of Venice WE SPECIALIZE IV I Venice Radio Service

lat is also the home ofFurniture Chrysler Products I II
I )
"SICK RADIOS MADE WELL IN VENiCE" 1i

[ King Co. NOKOMISGARAGE 251 W. Venice Ave. Cecil H. Grieve, Owner


rilOXE 2B72 '

tre you will see the largest stock of quality See Our New Illustrated Nrws Window D.splay -
GEORGE T. DEVLIN Change Three Times A -
niture in any one store between 1 ampa and Phone 2581 r.I Wrek'I'

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Q LOTS PASTURES CONCRETE BLOCKS PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS

On Hand CEMENT PLASTER .
ACREAGE LAWNS LIME SAND ROCK

"FA'FRYTHING FOR YOUR BUILDING"

BULLDOZING LAND'CLEARING


C. HAROLD BATESGLEWOOB JOHNSON LUMBER & SUPPLY

VENICE 3390 Seaboard Avenue Phone 2151s






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Tarpon Guide Appointed Venetians Brat I '

'Fisherman'Sets
Dragline
Conservation Officer
Taci !le RewrJ Sarasota Squads ...
Bruce Rigb Nokomis tA-fm: ...
r guide and comntrc.al! ji !wnun: What was probably the J-
1 1P j wod! record for "f:*hirg -
jecel\fd a cor.mu: this : time In i of J Tries
week as coven: *::01 officer I with: peaty tackle was i smitty'si tavern I
T. Rut
H
+ fur the Florida State Cor el"\a- hung up rec"ti.v by
i4 lion Comm':ont kdge F". M.ver IIho Is current \erce healers started off theHS.49

1 n;ttvi duties! wi:: include: enforcement :v' ..ofk:1 the Spada : a-T.n with an unusually i
southwest .' t3wn. ON THE TRAIL
\
of state laws appvnjto : I tray ,jv if<. 1 nit water fishing J and boating' A dra.Ur.e operator. RU- .
i a 23-poaidedf Yotfli: i
scooped
:edge up
'eF1 i this area 1P w:1:1 a:M issue .
\\idffia
his The good news brian on
: h in the "b'J.ket'If A New Hardwood Floor
RrrJt'i' : and re:3.: 'i',: dealer "
t } steel: 1 hOHI. ,,'. .jtIIldtr.- \' when: the local "All Sur,
aant
.;ce-*' anIc.r.: ;" a.: :onzneical > i And Music by theNation's
} and p;,'a' .: Ix ." ..:a: rj ai Inlet! on the tract k picked squad of high average
Best Hinds
py !nat: watert Grabbirg the fish after. keg ers. swept a Sarasota A'l

was caught "AS quite a prob Star "'j\.ad right off the Sarasota i On the Juke Box
lea. since: the "a-.,ler" rlno Bowladrome alleys in tluee! ..
gaff! or other e the
straight Tnej took .
fllt'U game 0
t 1 F1M1) h fern BollII'U\ flna!:)' first match by 817 pins to 702 I i

Wane JUCOTI?:isr-fd b)' dumping the the second by 80 to 826. and the

IOU tinny giant on the ground and third b>' 861 to 786 I same Delicious Sandwiches
,. pouncing upon: hIm. workmenon -.
the :
Tony D\se\en representing
j AITDeke's the protect ; And
I
; Shoe Repair D* e\en Texaco Station was high .
Main details of the storywere .
.
Neil CM Tire Oiail.ilWnl ; man for the Venetians win I
4 < ... A... f.10.red 'KIIOft I II II I Deified b\ Joseph Spa- cores of 193. 216 and 157 JoJo <>I Quality Drinks at
dara who Is hosting con trucI -
I >art of the Jossart PlumbiniCo
I ticn work m ':!F property Rut-
came next with 180 193, 187: ] i Popular Prices
I lodge i wn J.mmie. a:so claims
\ Jim Oakley of B B. Dunn Bil- ..
Tilt tale IS !true and says 11.UI .
TIDE TABLES Ii lards ass third with 154 176, Nlay.MN1 M,1MM 1,1.""1A1MM1ApNa+ta+."..H.ft
'oA',>vi his fitter at the tim
I I 216: Stan Richardson! of the Oon-
I IPuna
\F\KE: INLET
dotter! wn fourth with 162, 121; .
Rasa Correction I
143 and E:nie Peter of Venice
It..h Low I City League Play Electric was fourth with 128, 15rtU2 Venice'Wq

frl.. !Co pl. I. J2U. m. ':12. m. Starts Next Week !
1l.1"pOI 1".m.
,.1.. R,pt. \. 1:07 ..m I'M..... Th Sarasota All Stars Included -
U ',. ,..,.. -5. 179
: p m. Joe Mailman, lail 158 :
"u.,. 1'.pl. '9 ,21. 01. 7.27 am.a First ma: ,chti In the clt>" new
1,54 ..... ,:.7 1.m. clfcht-team boating league, organized John Johnson. 125 138, 136, : Bowlers!
.
2 Won. e.v1. 2" 11.5. m. 1.1.,.n. Sarge" StclU 126. '97. US.
t:11 11:04
meeting -
p m. m. Tuesday night in a
Tu.... Sept, 21 I :T\ A.M. 6:41 ..m. : FIbber" McO,'e, 131. 154. 147,
SOI .m. 1:28.m. at the Venice BowlakaJe: Yo:1I:
}t .... and Bernie Warman. 161, 179,
W. B.VL 22 t'18. m. ':2. a m. the local
IU be held next Tuesday: at
'1\"'. Ft.,.. 2' 2''' a pm m. 1"II..m.1:111'm. a leys. 1J6
1:16 p m. 111ab p m. Reprals Victory Our Reconditioned Allets
1'.1., "'ft. 11 1"I..m. 11111 ft m. Players and Consols; of the
squads, first to be set up hereunder The same Venetian squad alo
-0- sanction of the American lipped another Sarasott: team OPENFor

ComplimentsOF Bowling Congress were Tiot de. three games to nothing when the NOW

termlned at this weeki meeting local Bowlakade was officiallyopened

This will be done at another for the season on Thuu-
meeting either tonight or earl day. The wins! were *** to 740 Your Health and Pleasure

_ EnIONDSOFIOJS text week however and the new &f\ to 808, and 906 to 803 \ '
groups\ will roll In Uo "si ifts" Venice 'B"' pickup team was not

r when the match play itarts so luckY, losing Its first game: Come in for League Ply
Twenty.five bowling enthusiasts with a Sarasota pickup squad by

n OKmll" nORm \ attended the organization 768 to 803, taklnf the second bytee or Just a Friendly Game
meeting Other business transacted to 671 and dropping the thud

r DISTRIBUTORS OF included election of officers by 789 to 801.Individual .

and a decision to form a separate scores for the local
lnnd O' Sun C
t .omen's league and enter It for All Stars last night were Oakley HOURS: GRILL ALSO

Milk Cream !Ice Cream sanctioning by the Women's International 149, 178, 152; Peter, 181, 136 199: i pain to 11 p.m. Light Lunches Sand
Bowling Congress. Richardson. 187, 205, 172: Jos-

For Those named to league office* Fart 167, 169, 100: and Dysevrn,

E. J. Peter, 131, 176, 193Venice .
were president: Tony
Regular Home Delivery Dyseven vice president. and Joe 's "B" squad included P.Nave mm\ ; NWUKIN

Tt1O.NE 'E'II('[ 2371 Jossart, secretary-treasurer Ann 174 153 145; C. Kooglei,

k Or \R.\"OT.\ 213" Sorts was unofficially designated 138. 133. 148: O. Curwood 139 PHONt
\ to start organization of the women 162 138: B. Jones. 145. 156, 199; W, VENICE A\E.

1 'a league. and H. Hyronlmus! 192 156 159.

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