Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00137
 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: September 24, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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 )
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
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00137
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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1943 '

. raMisses Ven-icev lili

men Battleuor Draft Signing Ends I Only Storm !

With Want: to See 6Ft. Flea ? Victims of Wreck
on List I
I Lions II.
Storee May Help
Signs Are
Although last Saturday was the Don't be surprised Are Recovering r :

deadline for men between 18 and these months If you see a frier (
in Storm 25 years of age to register for or acquaintance standing atopa Wind RainVenice .
the new peacetime draft, no one platform to Mrs. Fields, Husband
urge you to sttp
appeared to sign up on that day, right up and see the original Hurt After P.O. Meet 'w
Jamajre to Stock according to Venice Area regis six-font flea"! Mea residents, keyedup 41
nd Display Are trar H. N. Wimmers early this week by reports Injured In an automobile accident j.,
Why not?
Because the Ven-
that Sunday night
The a Caribbean hurricane was as they returned -
ktinnted: at S5oo registrar said he had no ice Lions Club Is going to havea headed this way after smashing from a meeting of First
way determine whether there
carnival And they promise It across Key West relaxed Congressional postmasters at t
lice again ,
firemen who had been were any eligible men In the area will be 'full
a fledged" snow, yesterday morning. Clearwater, Mr. and Mr*. RobertS ,. I
ling by the who have not complied with the
dining night forlie
complete with freaks
Selective Service Act. He pointed boothsMiootln' At that time the last vestiges Fields, Warfleld Ave., were still !
hurricane relief galleries, outside talent j'
confined to Sarasota Hospital to- t
of gloomy storm clouds had been
oat however
that only 87 men
( called to fight a blaze in --and plenty' of fun. day. i'
registered between Aug. 30 andSturday's swept out of the skies, and M s
|eri' Liquor Store on WAve deadline, and that The carnival will be the first weather observers said the be: The condition of both was good 1

e early Wednesdaying. national headquarters estimated of what the group hopes will blow had left the state and passed last night according to Dr. Tal- t 1

about 15 per cent of the population be an annual affair No definite! out Into the Atlantic N'wsptj.- made S. Thompson, Venice,
of any community would I date ss been decided upon yet, per accounts stated the 'cane, after I their attending physician Ha Ili
flames, which broke out Indo
come within the prescribed age but preliminary plant were discussed by-passing Miami and head- said that Mrs. Fields would not ,
display, destroyed part limits. This would Indicate that last night at the club' ing In his direction, had swerved be discharged from the hospital r

fce window counter and badlyhed about 200 area men were eligible. I I regular weekly dinner meetingat back inland and cut across Lake for at ]least two weeks however ,t

| a section of the wall Warning Repeated the Country ClubExPolice Okeechcbee and parts of Central and her husband would be confined -
I {
It. A small pane of win- Wimmers again warned that I Florida I for an Indefinite period. 4

|glass! was also broken by the "severe penalties," including The only signs of the tempest I Injuries Listed R; .

i('n so they could turn their fines of up to $10.000 and prison Chief'sBurns here were occasional rain squalls The Injuries suffered by Mrs '
terms of up to five years, were on Tuesday moderately high I Fields, 42, who has been Venice i :
i on the blaze, and about 35 provided by law for failure to winds on Tuesday and Wednesday I' postmistress for 11 years, were \

f oi liquor were damaged comply with the draft act. He Are HealingReported and heavy breakers on the described as a long, deep laceration 1 l
fater The plate glass window said any men who were between gulf beaches until Thursday at; on the left Ire; cuts and '

ont of the display was imbed 18 and 25 should go to his office two weeks ago to be ternoon. There was no damage In bruises on her face and shock. ''t'' j
the area, so far as could be' The leg wound required approximately -
and register at once If they have In a "critical condition" as resultof ; '
fctal damage not done so alreadY. Youngermen burns received in an accidentIn learned, except for one palm tree 40 stitches to close. Even f 1
was estimated at that blew down Harbor Dr when she Is released from the .
teen should also report there or an Ohio steel foundry, former on I
$350 and $500, by James hospital. Dr. Thompson said. f J '
at registration headquarters in Police Chief Oerry Pestotnik Is Little Cleanup Work
|Ponder< Jr., owner of the other cities as soon as they reach now out of danger and on the Several streets were littered Mrs. Fields will be forced by this > C
He said most of the loss 18, for the act will then apply to road to recovery. with palm fronds and pieces of wound to remain on crutches for I

[ covered by insurance them This Information was contained loose bark, but these were clean- some time ,

e fire was discovered about The last three men to sign up In a letter that Russell A Er- ed up in less than a day by municipal Mr Fields Injuries Included :a: ;. i' r

I m by Will last: week were John D. Eherrer vln, Venice By-Way friend of the workmen under Building!! fracture of the left kneecap, a ., t
Treadwell. Ue- 22, Venice, a Negro veteran; Pestotnlk family, received Wed- Inspector Gay Curwood. No other fracture of a portion of his U-ft 't i
employee of the Venetianners Ronald L. Smith, 18, Venice, and nesday from Mrs. Pestotnlk cleanup work was necessary, it Is hip socket, and fractures of three ;:,
who was on his ,way tat Charles B. Wynne, 18, Venice. The letter said that the for believed.It small bones at the top of his left w

the time. He immedi- All appeared last Friday All registrants mer policeman could now leave was an exciting part *hllo foot Just behind his toes. The f .t j'.
telephoned Ponder who to however. doctor said his condition was 'I
ed to are required carry his bed for a few minutes every It lasted
the scene with a pair but he would be .
Rood at present, '
Trousers their new draft cards with them day, and could move about on The fun started about noon en i I
pulled on over his ,;
paps under observation to be sure no
and to produce them for Identification crutches. His doctors estimateIt Tuesday when the weather observer
Firemen were summoned complications developed :,
purposes when requested will be at least a fortnight before at Sarasota reported baro- >! .
'ner Wolf, co-owner of theb by military or civilian police. he can go home (Continued on Page Two) The accident occurred about -t
| ) Wolf's Service Station 8:50: Sunday night In front of /

I Out In 10 Minutes the Villa-Nokomis Hotel In nearby -
lie call! was answered by Fire, I Modern Development to Replace Ouarters Nokomis The Fields car, driven "

if J, D. Stephens Asst. Chief a a by Mr. Fields, 79, suddenly

1C. Archer and two volunteers. Blackburn Building bathroom, the cattleman said was first delayed by the war and went off the left side of the road

I hose from the booster tankhe to Concrete HousesThe The houses are to be small, measuring then by the postwar shortages of as I hey headed south and crashed ,

department's 150gallonpumper only 20 by 24 feet each, material: into a palm tree after travelling I ,
V truck was used to Venice Negro quarters, a but each will have complete san- Materials Still Shqrt .20 feet on the load shoulder. y

aguish the blaze. No hookup group ol 25 ramshackle wooden itary plumbing and other con The materials fhoitage la still! Both occupants were thrown out f
i> the city's hydrant system buildings on the east side of the veniences not found In the present causing delays. Foundations for of the car by the force of the f

I necessary and the fire was Staboard Air Line Railroad quarters. The floors and walls three of the new houses were laid crash according to State Highway -

I in loss than 10 minutes. tricks may soon be replaced bya will be of masonry and the roofsof this week but then the workmen Patrolman McRae Wallln. fi

fiere was no damage to the modern, $80.000 concrete block aluminum. The cost per house ran out of concrete and operations who arrived at the scene a few t

r acartmrnts above the liquore. housing development.This will probably be about 2000. had to be stepped until moments later.

I nor to the adjoining Ven- was disclosed last week The new houses will be for the more can be obtained The masonry Cause Unknown

Cleaners and Laundry Service. when a permit was issued by Guy exclusive use of Venice's colored work will be In charge of J. The cause of the crash Is unknown -

t latter was filled with smoke, Curwood city building inspector population, Blackburn Indicated, K. Hill Laurel, and other mater- Patrolman Walling said
I this quickly disappeared for construction of a unit of four and will rent for about the same lals will be furnished by George he thought Mr Fields had probably -
tn the front and rear doors concrete block houses at the rear amount as the houses In the Hauser and the Johnson Lumber fallen asleep while driving tat

N opened by Mrs. Anne Surds of the old fire station on E. Ven- present, Quarters. He said this A Supply Co. Blackburn's sons, a moderate rate of speed but

I owner She was summoned by ice Ave. was "about $350 a week, :although Frank, Reed and Lewis, will do that the latter was unable to remember -
f Bronson of the Palm Grill The permit was issued to A. E. what with unemployment, the roofing woik Just what had happened
building is owned by Stevan Blackburn prominent Laurel cattleman sickness and other emergencies It is 'understood the old quarters when questioned at the hospital.

pusnjar, who Is now In Detroit. and real estate developer, my tenants sometimes cant even will not be torn down when .Mr Fields was taken to the hospital !-

pause of the blaze was not doNned who also owns the present Negro pay that. the new ones are finished, but In the Venice police cruiser
but Chief Stephens said ttuarters Blackburn told the Gondolier A native of Sioux City, Iowa will be left intact to take care of driven by Patrolman H. F.
Plght have been a spark from that he planned to build Blackburn built the present Ne- any overflow in the Negro pop (Smoky) Prevail while his wlfo

fon sign that had been burn-I 10 such units, or 40 houses, so gro quarters as residences for ulation and of those who cannot was driven there by the Rev.

In the window all night. The Venice's colored population would servants when the city was being afford to pay; even the nominal George Harper ,of the Venicc-No-
I was the first house blaze In have "a decent place to live" laid out in 1926 by thBrother- rent of new houses. About, 60 colored omls Methodist Church

N ce in more than a ;rear St,- Four Rooms Per Home hood of Locomotive Engineers. Ha persons live here now. The The Fields car a late model
N added but numerous bru/h Each house Is to have two bed said he had been planning to development will provide, among Nash, was towed to Earl's Garage

K have been fought and e1C'j rooms, a combination kitchen- i start his new development for at other things, for an Increased and Service'Station In Venice.
Nshed in the meantime. dining room and an attached 'least five ;years, but the project labor supply for this area. Damages were extensive.



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VENICE OONDOIIEB Friday. September
'Page Two

210 Are Fishermen pay for mullet snook and red- Movies in the MoonlishM
New Restaurant fish, and a two-cent reduction In !
Join bike vi Dealers the price of tea trout and bottom

Opens in NokomisA A strike of Florida West Coast fish. He stated area fishermen Thaf was ProgramOf this Charles Reiter Jr. and hl1

expected to resume< their worm Englewood LegionThe summer; a
called by
the: commercial fishermen made
new diHe-ln restaurant Fishermen I next )Vt't'k. bringing trucks here through Canada. br
KAren Lea Lunrh has Just been the AFL Gulf Coast J. Magers.
: from Georgia and other points to Lemon Bay Post of. the and the
In prices youdp
rpened on the Tamlanil Trail, Union to protest a cut receive their catches If necessary, American Legion Englewood, has July celebration held It
catches dealers
Just north of the \'enlce-Nuko. being paid for by gone one step farther than the wood this yearMrs .
mis Methodist Church in Nckomis !In the area has spread to Venlcj
that .
Mayor's Son CelebratesA "drive-In" theatres are.. Jonas served
: and Its environs. a1 111I
rage .all over the country now. snack by
The owners are William ("arron.1!) Some 210 local fishermen failed big birthday rake was enjoyed Taking advantage of Monday's The moonlight ..
to go out In their boats yes the friends of "audience included
29, and his wife M.idfllyn 24.1 by young balmy, moonlit night members of
and Mr,. L. A.
r both of them veterans of World teiday. according to an estimate Louis Edward Euter. son of Major n ".theatre" Ainger. lk
the organization set t> a -
W. W.
War Two Carroll served as an 'by John Sanders. union agent at and Mrs Louis Suter of the In the yard of Post Com Mrs Ma Washbum II,k It
dimortr In the U S. Amy Air Osprey He said most of the fishermen Vcnezia Hotel. Monday afternoon. mander and Mrs. William Jonas. ers. Mr and kith
w owned their boats but him cele- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Bush GiJj
Forces for six seals. while Children who helped Then of legion membersand
a group Mr and Mrs. 7
t Carroll way a member of the Vfc I worked for the Chadwick FisherIes brate his seventh birthday were friends settled themselves fora Joe Tiw*
Tate. Mis Viola! vlt
Army Nurse Corp for 18 at Sarasota the hast Coast Martha Ann Roebuck, Thomas of home Farris (
three reel showing
month'Fcimcrly. Fisheries on Treasure Island and and Marylin Miller. Linda and Bartholomew Mrs. tar\.!.
residents of Flint. tne Bay Shore Fisheries at Cnr- Doug Bowen Arthur Moremen, pictures lips, W. S. Franklin! U

i Mich. the couple came here last tez and Laurel Englewood and and the<< host'i !shier Claire Suter. The movies all In Kodachrome Kropp James Bathrick St,
showed northern trip taken by Chidester
a Johnson
January Carroll was an accountant other fisheries further soutn are

for the Swift & Co. meal not affected Hurricane

oniein before he decided to Sanders said the strike call was
(Continued from Page One) THE KING FURNITURE CO.
make Florida his home, while his Issued from St. Petersburg on
metric pressures in this area FRED B, KING,
4 wife receded her nurses training Monday after dealers had announced OWNERof
lower than in Miami
were J Punta Gorda
at the Hurly Hrspital In Hint a one-cent per pound reduction -
where the hurricane was
r Th fchoit-orfcr restaurant hab in the price they would l TAKES PLEASURE IN WELCOMING
'en installed In the front AI'c-1 opposed to hit Almost Immediately TO THE BUSINESS LIFE OF
crews ol woikmtn appeared I
w lion of a new house thnt was Carroll. who Is 21 months old. : THIS AREA
Lullt jy Carroll and his father : Their other child Is Charles Ed- up ard fown W. Venice Ave.
' to board store windows MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM
and begin up CARROLL
in-low A. M. Mdntoch. owner of, ward Carroll. three months. t
C the Karen Lea Motor Couit The The re
11 place was named after one of theec.uple'a from 7 am until mldnlpht I* signs Karen Lea Lunch
the "main drag"looked
5 m.
crlldien Karen Lea will be operated by the owners By p
like a crate-filled storage New Drive-In Restaurant in NOKOMIS

I warehouse. except for the sidewalk I,

'1 1I' i *. These were filled with peo- ,

I EL EUric HOTEL jple.i who plowed through the raIn I ito

stock up storm supplies Mei:
In the Heart of Unlcc 5 Blocks Cram Beach chants reported that sales of candles -
t 22\ W.1111'" 1ve ,Phone 37! fond and liquor reached: VeniceBowlers
,1 W L. MILEs ) I
Mana-,lng Owner their highest point In months, f

}I flttffffttllftfftttlltfltffllfjttfttNtfttttlR.EfLAX find at least one bu w'crowded ,
with patrons, intent on getting
: t 'one 010.1''' before they- had toi I c-W-ot !
hit for shelter
At nightfall the streets were al- "

l v : no:.t deserted, except for the car :

i t t t a17i'itit( / cf Into hardy the: sports Bowlakade fans who for crowded opening Our Reconditioned: AlIe!! \ sNOW

; notches of the city bowling league -
., II The Gulf Theater, one local
pool hall' and other amusement

:. 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice Joulere closed, and bus en'lcL'1;
. .. to and from Sarasota was di--
1 .. I Your Health and Pleasure
1 : Best continued Several local airplane !
Drinks in Town-At Popular Prices" 4
s ., .. I were flown to ba.asota and Tampa ,
.. I hangars '9 they would be out ,

V Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry : : of the way in case of trouble i(; Come in for League Playor

: Plans were also made by Bruce ,

DANCING IN OUR NEW ANNEX Rigby chairman of the local Red
Just Friendly Game
.. Cross Di"astei Relief Committee I a

: to call that body into action If

.. needed. Those he appointed to

; -: PACKAGE DEPT. SPECIALS :- :.. help him were High School Coach HOURS: GRILL ALcO OPEN!|
: Charles Gadd, who was to arrange I
: 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Light Lunches, Sandwich I
transportation; Chamber of

M !. A Standard Blended Whiskey Commerce Secretary B. E. Bowen

..: Regular: .S3.75:; value at S3.29 fifth ..t.. the canteen first Venice aid: station Dr.Food T; H Shop S.S. Thompson.Bowden food sup cf \' ::1'1B01ti'1AK1DEW. \ ; \ \

.. plies, and others. They arranged.
: .. among other things to open the VENICE A\"E. pHONE liitW1'e

Puerto Rican Hum . $-').(89 fifth t.. Kentucky Military Institute dor- .

.. mitory and gym to shelter storm
.. victims 4f necessary

Z John Collins Gin; . $1.75 full pint t None of the preparations were
called Into use although Rlgby
I I .: 90 Proof I pent most cf the evening waitingfor paying plenty

; .... .. .... .. emergency calls at the police
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, \ I station PolIce Chief Herbert O. improve servicel
I Hanchey and Patrolman H. P. your

, I Prevatt Hayed on duty at the stvtfon

i all night waiting for distress .
e i Announcing slenah that never came
f. They were Joined from time to
" 'I time bv firemen newspapermen A

I! ; One-Day Laundry Service nnd others.

t OR HOME MADE! rwyy

(E1 -I ldu'tai,! Venice- Nokomis Placlda That. ,
ill( ttv W. p"0.
; duce AIL our -Mic'im, :
HI. Comfort .inj tal-
: Punta Gorda Bench!
ed goods We *,.tll'. to

compromise on qiahtjl

Family Bundle Our Specialty -0_ ...and still V.W

Wet Wash Fluff Dry. Finished "PI:( HL THISIEK selling you i


Telephone Venice 3385 for Pick-up Service MT COOKIES: Electricitycygoip
I 39c

per dozen

Englewood Automatic Laundry -0__ .

:, "L & S"
j Operated by Experienced Laundry Personnel) 307 W. Bakery (IRA
Venire Ave. rutli to.m

f I'honr 3135 .
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September_ 24. 1048

Student Council Country Club OpenThe rare "autos' 1 :: r rFederatedWomen'sClubs

Janie'sJottings :
management of the Ven- t

Officers NamedGroup ice Golf and Country Club announced -111;

[ this week that the club

Handles will henceforth be open In the Plan Englewood MeetingChurch i i : I

[y Janet T. Conover afternoons for the convenience : .

Recreation ..
Plans of
any members and
guests who
ndolier Social Editor
School desire to play bridge iTo
Problems or hold afternoon -

L Fred! Rlngo of the Del Rio card parties. A phone Rummage Lemon Bay Club !
[ |s this week In Fort Smith, a two-week period of set- call to the club In advance will

t visiting her parents, Mr. tling down to class routine, pupils enable those in charge to have Reopens SaturdayThe
-Irs. Kenneth Wilson. Mr. School of the Venlce-Nokomli High tables set up and arrangements Be Hostesses J r

n Is with the All American formally organized theschool's made. rumage sale held last Sat-

s. They will be travelling Student Council last urday under the sponsorship at 1'1"Il i J I
week. To
d the country until about the Methodist Youth Fellowshipwill 80 Delegates .; 1

Iddle of October when the (Election of officers was held Stork Party Held be open again tomorrow by
and Betty Lee Johnson l. i iWoman's
n.s will accompany their was "popular demand.. It was announced Members
chosen of the Lemon Bay
hter back to Venice to spend president. Other new officers this week by Mrs. J. 'r.
here. are Ted Myers, vlce-presl For Laurel Club, Englewood, will ,
Inter GirlA Blalock. counselor for the group. I
dent, and Patsy Qault secretary. She be hostesses next Friday to delegates ,:i l
-os. The I I said many requests for the
I council Is made up of the from the 12th District of
Harry Booth has return- "hold over" came from persons .
i her home at the Venice presidents of all classes plus a big time was had by friends who were unable to attend on the Florida Federation of Wom f
representative from and relatives who I
Trailer Park after about ah' each class. gathered Tuesday Saturday, and from others who en's Clubs. J
Functions of the evening. at Molnar1 t
.i visit with her mother In group are to Inn. were not able to bring In their The session, which will be held j
Plan school Laurel.
to fete
recreation and social Mrs. James Han-
( ng. Mich. donations until this week. Outgrown In the Englewood clubhouse, will
programs; to discuss and try to cock of Sarasota at a stork j
-0- solve shower. Mrs. clothes, shoes, household begin at 10 a.m. and last all day. !
any school problem that Hancock Is the for-
and Mrs. S. B. Dudley of articles books and anything else About 80 delegates are expected t LT I :r
may arise and to generally mer Pearl Molnar. daughter of
iersburg, W. Va., are the mote school spirit Principal pro- Mr and Mrs. Charles Molnar of no longer needed that somebodyelse to attend and report on the activities I I? .
s i of Mr.. and Mrs Jim Blan. Homer Mikesell Laurel. could use will be welcome. If of their clubs during the
is the council ad- "
jof Treasure Island. Mrs. Dud- visor. you have any such Items call her past year. Plans for community I :

Jthe former Nellie Logan, is Individual Mrs. Molnar was hostess at. the at 2721 or Mrs. M. Cousins at programs for the coming year
class officers were party. Games were played b the
> 2744. also be .
sister of Mrs. Blanton. Mr.
also chosen last week They were guests and refreshments consisting 'fl'twill
ley was associated with the as follows The sale will be held In the Venice Not Included
: of fancy cakes and pastriesand
Iton Construction Co. In lath Gr.'lr Pmid.nt. Betty U. store building next to the Ken- Communities Included In the
coffee were served by the
burgh for a number of years. their Johnitoni; Mcrat vice>rr-tr,*president..iir.... Mary Diynumd Ann Mit HI- hostess. tucky Military Institute gym and 12th district are Arcadia Ft. My- J"
-...- wait color "guard Mary Joe Milmt .lu will\ open at 9 a.m. This second ers. Wauchula Englewood, Punta 1
dank --it T..d M._. "no.. Guest List I
sting Mr. and Mrs. Howard H.nkln. poW,-Mildred --mi. sale will be sponsored by the Wo- Gorda Sarasota and Bradenton. (
y of the Venice Bay Trailer llth Gndet President Patsy Cmilf: Venice area guests were Mrs. men's Society of Christian Serv- The Venice Woman's Club is not I.r
: Is Mr. Brlley'i aunt Mrs. A. 1..1.President........, Marilyn Loretta Cnrnlqri Mytni. seers color Harry Stockman. Mrs. Louis ice as well as by the Youth a member of the federation. to I'f

(Salllon of Keyser, W. Va. She guard Adrian Miry Indent 81mm.council..My, Dourlu p.trol. .Ralph Mur Adorjan, Mrs. Lester R. Luckey, group. Mrs Blalock expressed The presiding officer at the 1'1

In Venice last summer for dock I .ponmr. Charles R. Gads Mrs. Buford Henry. Miss Bernie "appreciation' for the splendid co- session will be Mrs. Helen Dod-

[sit of a few days and enjoyed most 10th vice Gndrl p..ld..l.PrnMrnt.Peaehle R.rtar Henna gtllUvin see.n .. Potaby Mrs. Baxter J. Dye Sr., operation of the donors and buyers son, Avon Park who Is district j q

> much that she had to re- tary-trra.irrr. June Rmilh student Mrs. John Newberry and Mrs. who helped make the sale president. A covered dish luncheon i j 11 I

for a longer stay. Jerry IIi.a Wayne reen 7 ...rmWal'd.:: safety Earl Lanlu.patrol li lipo.lOr. Charles Koogler all of Venice; successful." will be prepared and served j '
Amv I.. 8',11. jd
Mrs. Walter
Summers Mrs. :
members of the Englewood .
-0- Grade. riMirtrnt. Milton MIKTCCH by
[r. and Mrs. William Lanlus, vice president Margaret Diana I seetwLarytrea.arer. Charles Boone, Mrs. Bertha Ann Methodist Youth Officers club under the direction of Mrs. i >
Miry A. Summer.: safety May. Mrs. Ralph Cattlett. Mrs. f
ner managers of the Worth p.I".I.)0".101 Coltinl color iru.rrl. Installed William Jonas. Mrs. Maud Ryan : 1
Mickey Key. Theltn. toll George J. Brown and Mrs. Ern- by CandlelightNewly ''I
on Apts., spent last Saturday Pearl Plummer. ; sponsor Is president of the Lemon Bay I Igroup. .
fit there They left'Venice sev- tth Grail i Pmldent. Ann. Oilmen est Kappelmann, all of Laurel elected officers o( the I y
lire N..., Ol.. ( '
pmldrnt ; secretarytreasurer. and Mrs. Lorenz Hellels of No-
years ago to make their Adele Sjoblom; safely ,.,...1. Methodist Youth Fellowship were --- ; ." P
Chris Hayes student ......11. RU'y: komis. t
be Local Go
but have rejtly Young People
Formally installed
Wond.rd, color luird. Paul Hooter Ket"cth Sunday evening !
moved to Vero Beach.re I Guests from Sarasota were Mr "
To Sarasota Church Meet
UGr det President Ann. C.I I.Mr, at the Venlce-Nokcmls' k
and Mrs. Morgan Hancock. James I
Mr. Lanius is In the fur- tier preiident.' Jur.lt Melroyl I _....ta.*.
lure business. MuJorl. Adorj.ni tre..ur..r. P.t. M..- (I Hancock, Mrs. Harry Saunders Methodist Church. Rev. GeorgeL. A delegation from the Methodist {
tind.ll student council. 1,.., Brohitl 1
Harper was In charge of the Youth the r., ;
-0- color u.rd.. Virginia Boon.. Margaret Fellowship of t '
ilr. Randall: t.fety putrol L.*..... 10.... Virginia 1
candle-light which Venice Nokomis Methodist
and Mrs. A. L. Blalock of Wilson Whltvheld. I ceremony waia ., f I

bee de Leon Ave. are enter- part of the regular Sunday Church attended a meeting of t t-

ping guests this week and nextk. Baptist Missionary Group nie Crum. Mrs. Cleo Alderman night church service. the Gulf Edge Sub-district Fel'J

They are Mr. and Mrs. C.Glasgow Mrs. Lois Crum Mr. and Mrs. L. lowships Monday evening at the j ;f
of Knoxville, Tenn. Observes Day of PrayerA Putterbough. Mrs. Bee Harchar, The officers are Betty Lee First Methodist Church in Sara- '.

and the Misses Loretta and Dot Johnston president; Charle sota. t 1\$
-0- Day of Prayer was observed Wynne, vice-president 'r
lr. tie Hancock and Joyce Martin. A ; Virginia The group Included Betty Lee t, t
and Mrs. W. W. Wash- today by the ladles of the Bap- Bowden secretary-treasurer, with l
guest from Georgia. Mrs. Edith Johnston. Shirley Bowden June It' '
came to Florida last week tist Missionary! Union of the First Shirley Bowden as her assistant;
Washington, D. C., Baptist Church. Verner was also present. Marilyn Crowley chairman of Smith Milton Mlkesell. Jerry r 'I
Larsen! Mrs. J. A. Johnston and t"j
plan to settle down In ,
perma- Mrs. George Higel Jr. was worship committee June Smith :
htly in Englewood. They are charge of the all day program at Venice By-Way Youth chairman of world friendshipand Mrs. J. T Blalock.

eporarily living at the trailerp which state missionary work was Enters KMI for Year ..
community service; Mary
All Circles of the Women's So- .
until they build their newe lunch- ft i
discussed. A covered dish
Raymond Edge of Venice By- of recreationand ciety of Christian Service of the J
at Rocky Creek. Engle- served In the Sunday 'I"
eon was Earl Edge, publicity.Mrs. .
Venice Nokomis Methodist .
Gardens. Mr. Washburn is Way has been enrolled in the cadet
school rooms at noon. J. T. Blalock J!
Is counselor
'etlrcd army sergeant. Mrs. J. D. Arnall, president of corps at Kentucky Military Church will meet Jointly Tuesday .;

-ors the society, also conducted a bus- Institute in Lyndon, Ky., and will far the young people. evening at the church at t. i j

Elsie Hyronlmus left iness meeting In the churh at 10 attend the school for the next w..+.......dr..+.+i 1 41: 't

nday for a two week's visit in a.m. Officers were elected at this year. When You Want A Plumber; 7d.i{ }

itrolt, Mich. She will attend tM cession but the results were not Raymond Is the son of Mr. and R

Adding of her niece, Miss Doro- available at press time. Mrs. A. E. Pete) Edge. He was Be Sure That He Is GOOD t ii

i Brown, tomorrow in Detroit. The election was to have taken graduated from the Venice-No- Dependable Plumbing
School in June, and _
-o- place! Tuesday evening at the komis High
|Home from a vacation trip that home of Mrs. Harry S. Smith i will do post graduate work! in Contracting Repairing

k them from Cuba to Penn but was postponed because o! commercial studies at the Insti- Full Line Fixtures and Materials

vania are Mr. and Mrs. James hurricane warnings. tute. Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings'

f. Ponder Jr. and their son, Raymond left Venice early In LET us FIGURE YOUR JOB ESTIMATES GIVEN t 1

nes W. Ponder 3d, of Patel mo September to attend a Boy Scout JOSSART PLUMBING CO. '
They left Venice for Miami i Havana for a couple of days. convention In Bloomington, Ind, t

ere they took a boat trip to Then they returned to the States, before entering KMI. He Is an Day Phone Venice Florida Night' Phone t fl
I headed north to Eaglesmere Pa., scout. 31101, 2512
I Eagle sowsmw.M/J 1tN1MM1l1J t1M1 l.M1a t.11t1M l N'
633 and stopped In Washington.
-Sarasota- 2529 D'I 1
C., to visit Mrs. Ponder's
Phones Lee Brown,
Mrs. Thornton
on their way north and while en NOTICE VENICE-NOKOMIS

Ambulance route back to Venice. Son Jamess

ServiceDay off to Gainesville this week to RESIDENTS

start his Junior year In business

or Night administration at the Universityof YOUR OWN LAUNDRY -- IN YOUR OWN TOWN ,


George Botts of Harbor Dr..

| owner of the Bowlakade. has 1 HOUR SERVICE WET WASHSELF
Funeral Home been confined to his bed since on

last Friday with pleurisy.IN .


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VJIIWJI: GONVOLM friday. So ptellow .,
Page 4 ._ Editorials >t

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"I 1 do not agree- "-h 'a .'11J u : sue t. J. '1111 Sped

with my life: your '"!!\: : ..ly' '. -YO tA'RE! _

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATIONPubli.h.'d .ne.CArc Mato EUTMf ARA 1, Call!AM AIJIJINi..0 Venice G-don..t
__ -.- a auwneLy#44 000.000 To" FORPcr Laws N., BinHrvrral l : ,<
cape FrkUr Editorial and busiw "" .wo.. 313 We WNI. urn I sink, 7
Venice Avenue, Venice. Florid. P. O. BoIs .3::. Phone Ve.i.ct II3I. pr > letter from a 11,.'\ dlen
r- ro-vltlMl that the "..ir..1
1 Entered a second-class matter June S. u.4,. .t the punt odicmtt1 r 44 R4 Fl vjl d, ?) It were the bail ka.fur.1 theatre thlMrrn.; over tit? h

al V-Dic. Florid. under tie Act .( Marcia 3. UTS.Subicriplion II I'm writlnir now bw I
u "r,
rater: Out year, $2.50; u.t m,,nib.. 11 3111. tnrai per colonel, and' :,about u, Uw the ylnum mate a k,Zl
month!. 7Se. Classified advertising r".' I cents par oj. tarot :\1 ire ream to be ulioiit) the HIM.
words; I cent per word for each additional l word. ,- Frankly I sine m, tmtmt sM i ti
so children I dr'| care kbfllwi
; '
COSO\rR Lures art fwd fur minium. .
Editor Ltd l"wulOIt..rJ.SET 1.it
aI ought to bo hcir tnA In led k I

T, COSO\ ER Oiflf! N.tia-t..r 1. "MtIIl'lfIIr at"wild night w;..anyhow f nd l ,iwilir 11"1 | pm pine,,ij,

;._s ... 'rln(. and I'OI' (..., 4 to :eras oto
Fir-mew L A 6Ot>Oily i'l the wren movln.I I would. 01' h rather I 10 an, 00r.

1. cane/Old e.wv I twit thlt ",,,h. ik. Ithe
A II', rathe I lli"l' I Millennia,
: uaeK ALUMINUM ALLOV NIII $)N1IIETIf:lUuwr and Mr. flatly Iwl that n
P. rt4g" C7''F USUAL CAST ({)EVRDPn'ADPM tl'y4ryN",0r' so to the n ,ir and tu m"won't i
''w The Venice-Niikumis: Rw PLATE rOll..e 0LStp! WNl NOW 0C16W CYMYASV"'''''HrJIL can't make MJ r'nk '1 rnvn as 111
Parent; Te ache* \ .
v PART Tie wehsirl CF or EASY s-r---'ST1O/t)' h i i \II I h
.. A Pa.O Wf\.L Be OrptEW q aef N ZERO altfwemEeflio th'r : rchmy
meeting last week .' y :!
passed: ;a resolution th '-< -; ; POUNDS s hen they bad, '"; ,r dun

i \ tor Paul: GoMenstein of the Mph.i M'T\' : tennis like thl ,', they how
hate to e.v I" IV -"III, e a
work in starting ;and, de\ eloping the 'k: i : ri want uo to doer ''lIuVl FAr Moo

banjo vino Ik
S Editor's Note Whettei deP

The t text III the resulutio.! a$ .vn'i 1 ".; ::: ';: "TOO LATE pictures at the local tiieiw i

I letter sent to the! Gondolier( ) this: week; !*" v--' .... '. good or bad Is unknown toil 1 1dltor. a.thi

Foremen of the PTA. u as \brief: but t- ':1'-: He has been too bll'llC 9 a'

fy the \' nk .\okmlis PT.rbr. TO CLASSIFY"Clipper coming to Venire to Ind*
:$ :" e\re>, :::: ,. '
I cere thanks to you for the diluent w'rk! the: the movies. In a.1 la:1DII.:
: : :-w 1: oat tint ss alUT
and the unlimited
time \0.1 >II. icinerIy! : .1 .: t. Takes Kay to mteresting-coundm U1esla'been \ !
ward!* the
r : start and the Consequent I ?r"* :h -t '! .' ::', carried on t the thaur'1

f'hJII'mf, and for \our many other *:,' ;ice> > r..l e I Land Where New Cars Go boards lately.*

1 air sincere ;tPl'r datinn." --

i ..... Jump DOl
The Gondolier is (Mad to By ., ..
see credit xiven !" ( ; t Si-creUrj, Florida Tress Assn. .."du1U\
I f.' enstein for his nnseltish Venice "
; efforts. The parr M"
rr \'s :i.n: !is u..t kern
N especiallv Commendable in view I can stand Just about anything but temptation. So when my I want to thank zJ e.
Fr of the fact! that se'ier.il hl""d.h'p to m'
: kai
persc.ns, : friend, Roger Wolin public relations director of the Latin Arnt'rlcanDiI'I the p..m. M. dim'
to reports, attempted to discredit his, lon of Pan American World AIrways, phoned me the other dayto your Feed work ',I' iI" I I .
:J t Yn; work) at t the very time he was donating his time: that lie had mo. I had a,,,1..1.'. I'llt prod 6' UItU.'
.t. i his coiv- say a couple of seals available on another of the lu fly over and dlLune I'"
li ; sideralMe musical:!! backirrfnind! new Convair nee and th' r....Fl
and a fnirlv: sizeable sam Clippers, that was being flown to Colomoia. South mil at thy ar'tram duck ,toa31Y

4 of lii;< money) tu' a I project thai has 1 benefited the entire America and wouiojvirs. Kay andI dun', mart, LhY....ry are dIV uk..r.1 I II..in"W's"ors '
fl. 1d
: community./ like to go along, it didn't take I were understood and some of I okay when I a' tab 10

I A :Now an orjam'zation: of about ?o me very long to say "Yes" with which were not. 11.u fine' tUII M Punta tti0SBINO GINt, fa
pieces, the band
J: (this year will be a part of the VeniceAokomis a capitol "Y." Following the christening ceremony 1 .Editor's Note Mrs. Srool r

: School's High Our destination wait Baran- we were taken on a sightseeing honorAmerican guest cf the IP
, expanded music program. This will be under I tour of the city. Cars for was an al Its LiborlF 1K5'E
the direction iUllla. a coastal city some J1CO Legion
't of John I.. Adams, former director; of /nnui i: our trip were provided by the local early tl11l monthP
I for the high air miles from Miami. On the I Celebration
school at the atomic bomb project in Oak taxi company and we were referred to In hI kI

''i Ridge, Tenn. Adams: will be the first full-time music in map it looks to be a mighty long surprised to find them operating husband Is a former VoesPInlUll'

1 structor the local school has ways off, but when you make the a fleet of brand new Kaiser cars. ter ho moved 14 1b'
had, and 'unJ r his 1 leadership coach driver Yo
r glee clubs and similar activities will also be started hop In one of the new PAA clippers Traffic A Bedlam Ida many years seo for D'sHe bat

for both hays and girls. The at 300 miles an hour, you'rethere Speaking of cars, I saw more I Suffered a heart attack I"I
result '
of which all be should be :a t program before you know It. new cars in Baranqullla than I've days before the celebration. to
F can proud.No here home. Qed
at All of them "Co to
J On the trip down \\stopped urged his wife to
: one should foriret.: t however that it were late models and brand new; I good time" airs I
was ) briefly at Kingston Jamaica, to and have a lost
:. efforts that started I Fords Chevrolets Cadillacs, Hud- relldDt
things mcvinsr: in this direc. duel Then fellow Punta
i I tion two we hopped off again sons seemed to predominate. Evidently : hm ..hll cI'taetl'd .
years ago. Venice well to care for
as as the tr.Owes I 'offered
: him arriving! at Baranqullla at noon. ,' most of the new cars we've Oondoller.0 .!
a l debt of gratitude. by the
Visibility was unusually good and ]I been finding so hard to get at -
I the view of the ancient city aswe home have been going to foreign -

f Murder in the approached from the Caribbean i countries in generous quantity. Tn the. c3Aitar"y it
Holy Land v :: loo' ': r.'nhnne, ,u h.'itI"'
was very impressive. During our motor tour we "
t i found that In spite of the fact fide table..s t'nuidn't:. ,ft.krtutu. erd
The r !
winterHc vYlkd
Thinking residents
of Venice was christened the this JEMADELINc
like those in the rest that a Hill .
Colombia i Baranqullla is a city of well 'sidefit.\
of the world, were shocked Clipper" at the air 1e
at the
last Arrsntowsu
the news weekend of port. The vast throng there : over 100.000 population it. has (Editor's Note:
cold-blooded was Club
murder in Jerusalem of Peace: Mediator difficult to control, narrow streets and a traffic congestion been made pull
milling have .tj
Count Folke Bernadotte of the Swedish Red Cross. around like a herd of cattle and : brought about by slow Inert new operator tile nr o|

At the time this editorial was written the identity local police didn't seem to have 'moving donkey carts, groups of Center restaurant and dock t II'i glI

of the my control over them. pedestrians who walk in the mid.die the tide tali"v |
assassins! It I
was sponsor
was not certain. aoodnatured :L
Newspaper: accounts, of the street as much as they patronsb.inttr.
y seemed to ;agree that they wore Israeli uniforms, how. the folks seemed crowd to, though enjoy ,shoving and do en the sidewalk! and countlessother benefit... of We're his nm Mr. and 111'
et er. and :
spokesmen for obstructions.
the new Jewish other
government in each other around In an Jennings and hern

Palestine were quoted as blaming members of the outlawed effort to rain! a vantage point They also have no traffic lights[ will appreciate this semi D\UC:1.: )
: Jewish Stern from which and no policemen. It is everybody Phil a.!
gang.hoever to witness the event hope the y'l1 tell
\\ for himself and every car ial,
was responsible, one thing is clear. Th.. Very few members: of our party must be equipped with heavy -oVenke

murder sickened the hearts III'all who were hoping for could >;j cak Spanish and mcjt duty batteries, for all motoristsinsist <. e'endnlirrVrnlee. FloridaG"ntlemM

peace: in the I Holy Land and it did irreparable ihinage to members Latin delegation of the distinguished on blowing the horn continuously = t you will find I efi eck 'or.1 4'accred

the Jewish cause; Those who that mot us it is really a bedlamEveryone renewal tor ,ar rrarippl:pe.eripllon
have been antis were ewer : Krc
l1letk: in equally handicapped as far : of Mr. Jw t'h ivr braille
(the past: \\'il1no\lo' have real ammunition for their a. speaking English was drives like he was goIng The Gondolier. Thank Ythis ,'....
propaganda con to a fire.
And matter ,
/guns: and those who have favored the setting) up cerned. But we had a grand and not seem to have many yet accidents.even they do. vrryitruly voles.c0NFTANt'F. a'' RRIS'fOL>r"'c,

rf: a l Jewish nation will Lave glorious time beaming i-m'les at td M. J. w. Lh '
KMson to wonder though :
whether ;
every car on the
it each other shaking hands J. B. Llppln.\\, ;,d.r-
wouldn't be and
best to highway
just let the Arabs >lash their way making appears to be on the OonI.
motions The
tot Moody solution. some of which verge of one (Editor's Note: 1\1\
The latter proud to number 0
thought is almost as bad as the action the head of one
that precipitates it, ot course. But it is time that Zionists SUMMER MONTHS America's leading pubUbllII

in America, as well as those in Jerusalem, wake up to the Close firms.1.l .-

fact that their friends are going to turn against them if Saturdays at One

they do not stop their (\. n people from performing acts

as bad as anything they ever blamed: on Hitler.. H. WIMMERS Realtor "HOI.,

.Meanwhile Venice area residents should join the PENINSULAR "SIDWBILI tI
world in mourning Bernadotte. veterans CO.

him their lives, for as an allied mediator during Work WKSTERJf UNION WAIT

War Two he helped arrange the German surrender and pegged s Shoe Repat,

hastened the end of that conflict. Western Union Open on Sundays and Neat to Old rift Italia.d, EN
IMidoyi 11 to a
i 12 .. (,.... Are.. C.Mtd


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24, 1944'
VI Mee GONDOLIER' Peas lie.flfED' .


In, with the onadwtlatr I eenU a word CUI ,

g meet promptly.wUl 20 change,word.,word.1 cent .ddl,..

charge, 26 Leah.

Permits at 620,

Last Sale I

I98 very r..n.
Florida automobile dil- Panel| Truck New Mint, MM Vlrelnia Junta Phone VnIce TAKE care of little tote In my HOU8EKEnR. "hll. W ewer taw
new less body work. new Urea and averha Z6H1. Edgewuod horns, dar or night Mri Kinkier Noko- house and II months old loa.... Call so
uses for 1148-49, launch- Prevent than or I rail(KM)m miles 4. MO. Set H. F. ml. Phone 1511. or 2MML
7 at the Taylor Hard- GENERAL HAULING and conttaotlm .
HOUSE TRAILER. slreps. four but. Yard work Murk fill dirt, ahill. aand. LAWN MOWING. H.ullnor Yards
Id Paint Co. vi W. Ven- tied .>" MIIKI' sacrifice for quirk cash Pelt Ed".. Phone SOU. cared ru. Coil 1711. Calvin 1I"lde. FOR RENT
ala. Abton Trailer Park. Phone MITVfF.D .
had reacned a total of IF INTERESTED In food Eon Cottrell Paul Nave i
FURNITURE of ill kindi Vjn. maionry. I P-D-Q SEPTIC TANK CLEANINGModern
lee either brick or block work, ..111. K. COMPLETELY RertecoraWJ ImmM
Hill ,
Trading .
len Post 8J7
the store closed: lastt W. Miami Avenue Venice" 6274.CfiNCRF.TE. pumping niilpment Work marantnd "
phone tlOi Phone Paranoia 91-220 or Venice Chrome apartment ready for inuxu slow
1601. GE refriKcrator and cooking yak JM halt
1817, food CHEVROLET tim, Tudor heaur, radio WORK and lrurkln,. Louis n I"le.1. Water front and Jork far-"-
drlver'i permits expire axetllnit condition Call Adurjaa. Phone Venice 2865.
inquire Niikiirnln Grower, 1881 Call 1419
[ I. and now ones must be 1

d by this time to operator Rotary 'Visits' Tahiti WANTED TO RENT COMPLETE ROOFING '

vehicle legally. A to- REAL ESTATE SERVICE Walk of All Kind 1
Venice Rotarians made a brief HOUSE In Venire. on Yearly basis. l.h'M" 1
loo licenses were sold herer. I'.ul "ld.n'loln. I'h..n. au.
"visit" to the South Pacific is- 8ali Rental Do< 287 Haute ZMI |
The Increase Is thought
Covering the FORT MIERD AREA and
the fact that sales were land of Tahiti yesterday. Thj LEGAL NOTICES all of SOUTH* KST FLORIDA M.... !
eat home* beautiful riverfront estates
drivers who form. "trip" was made by way of colored Coastal locations Including Improve FOR QUICK RELIABLE ,
i many NOTICE .d and unimproved tropical' Islands, beachproiwrtiei SERVICE CALL .
moving pictures, shown at OF INTENTION :e
Ircliaied their permits at TO RII.ISTrR: FICTITIOUS NAME "ah.g loriim bu.lnH.ol.portunill. .

Inly Judge' office In Sara- the group's weekly luncheon th.yh are underlined"," ,' .oakSundrlesrectify bimlnma Ihit motor..court and, income trailer oetll camps'., Including hoUla., VenicePlumbing :y

meeting In the Venice Country at Nokomis, Florida npv.ating ranches. farm- and proves :
under the flititlol.4KOKOMI8 (
name of Large and small tram of land Aomplete Shop
Club. The films wire exhibitedby rental aervice Bend for free .
Mary Beach who Is act- FDNDRIrg descriptive foldin and of thin .
end that said firm *Ia ci.mpo.sed "' the] teal ....1I"n. maps trop.JEFFCOTT Box 14, Venice Phone ZIS1
E W Russell head of the .
deputy license registrar for r"II".I" mr.ems .10.- names and pieces
or .11.1h-ore are fanrwt k
a. said she would continue Russell News Agency' In Sarasota. Mmrlxe M. llra lit,Kk. Nokomis, Flit. REALTY INVESTMENTS

the licenses here through I who took the pictures during a William L ItriJHork. Nokomis. .,.. j'f:
(h.non hip of Nokomis Funilrii It a. M7 First Street '..rlly..... Florldi Dependable t
9 i at least. Unit at Tahiti before the vmr "vaVrli. Fierythinf In Teal F....'."
M. llr ,!.l.lk. Hi'; .
William I. Htiu'diick, M','. Moth the IKIAI. and U\U: :'ALDEEIRAIII Service :

It li our Intention to apply" tn th. .
---- -
Itrli "f the Circuit, ('"irt In and fur WE E1.u.IZE iv )
ally SHniaita Count\. rlnrlila l.. r'f Inter the .E 8HIECTK1N:: of bnilnm r p
.aid name NOKOMIX : and renlikntiiil nitiv In city of Venice/ Chrysler Product
/ SUNDRIES: under ..... I
by If ,
prow/.km./ uf owner lnti.r-tM ". .1 you B f
WE INVITE YOU .rid.. Ann of ion.Ulni rht.tir. Wn, Laws uf \cntltat. Addrmi. Ik.. PHenlrt. Fla.

urs .. our h. ,... till 2nd
day ot
.. 8.110011I HOUH: frame nnlri-ef NOKOMISGARAGE
I'h'.l inlH HID
nren ,lots In N, konol.. 1 ,300. Ala" .
To visit our Modern Abstract MU HII F M HliniMMK.. loran .r"rt' M In $1.Y Point
Wes I.MM I.: ,
Plant. We cnloy shewing you ,, D. H..II"nd .t Venice 2,33.
I 11<-.1. I, 10 IT 21. HUHMtTICI. .
O KY how we work to make your I HlTTAfr: ;.INTH'-riNI'S: T"'n'j
OF I II (It INTITIOS often> white frame Cnive ON '
Z1TLE abstract. Td R..r..1/ ",TI1'I/II'1I NAME from I'llhl In H 1IH). 1"oI'n GEORGE T DEVLIN" :
I Rim term at H.wlhorpe and Tut
E The liiufaniii'iiid dn Itrtby certify that Tenn.. Phone 2581 I
INSU ABSTRACTS tl.cy me ninluHIn n u I.llvfcliin 00.-'''.' s i.\
111" Vn 'uroo of 1
and that .oid! firm I. ,.-..m.>..KKl of the
fillnomil ..1.._ ,rumand .
pcrwm plu M
Radio Sick Broken?
of n.1,1.nit> are a* follows : wv7e'll
Frank V. Ilml.i K...m HOD Kr.lloIII ,
Abstract Companyof .IK., 201(1 Mth North Arlington Vir.
.mla. r
F.n,.. Coin D...... Room SlIP Hallo
Sarasota IIII,.... #Wt lets North ArhiKtin, Vlr.llni. fix it for you

j U"ner.hip of VrNKTIAV (:IARDF.NSis ,
Ben J. Pryraon President .. folou'.1
ACCURACY ESTABLISHED 1921 FrRVH'r rank V. la\ln. 601' and
TELEPHONES 2|M and till lit SIXTH STREET I Fran,, fain Divln. 1Ori. I very quickly .
It U mir Intention to apply; to the ;
Clerk' of the Circuit .Court In and FnSara.ot
County, ......11ft. In regiter ihr for a price you can
laid name .* VENETIAN C.\RP"= 9
.under the l.rm-klon. of Chapter 201.1.
I Lto. ..r Morlda A.... i.f lOCI.I .
I WI'n.. our hands, this 261 h day ofAugn.t afford.
Mention 104h
FRANCES: CAIN DAVIESr'ubluh Sony, Xo Work on Auto Sets)
I at lt 10, IT. H. (M. I, I'HH

1 MITKT8ARVSOH And If You Need A New Set -

[Englewood Residents 21. |1IKNOTIO1 .
; I* HF.R11mV"N.. that We Have The Best!
| tir'i'ant In fwiloii I of (hauler
Law of ll.r'dii. Anti "f IH17 ".IM2"1.//
the Murphy Art the following.' dwrlhellind
In '...o..tn County Florida. oil) he I B. & W. Record Players
offend fur mile at public nut-pry for this
The next time you wish to purchase furniture, Mrhe-t and lint ...h bl.l Subject la the I $
rluht of the Tnirten, ..f the Portable

' just t look over new Furniture that you are cong bids lmir.nemi. at the
erin looks of the 101)1 oVIx-k AM on the ZMh Int.1
> buying, change the scenery Oitober 194x.O.t.lde RENT Rv Dav..ek or P.l.-nth. '
of Munlflpulltici. ..... I
! driving south on the Trail. road rrht ..f WHY .t>" ft wide Battery or AC oprratrd. ti d

fherT'l. .li."n...one. Pat rn lI'"t..I Ihr"'wh Road A."hl-h to '
Punta Gorda is just 2S miles southeast: of nil landu title t" one hell if oil pettvleumnd I Venice Radio Service c
fourth of uth.r minerals will
.?] \Yood. That is also the home of I... n three.a.rvt.l.Ccrtiflrato. if tl;
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I 'SIXHot' Keglers Cool Off\Fair Sex Bowlers Organ'

Fair sex bowling enthusiasts Irene Shockey, The

I following on the heels of their will decide how long t.

male counterparts, organized will run, what prizes
tliiir own four-team league and awarded etc, III
Stares Drop llalrli ichod up 831 to 741, and 824 to I land Carroll" Williams 118 103 rolled' their first games this week The opening
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130351.The About 25 women attended the Wednesday at
Players for the victors were of In
second set games Monday
organization saw the D '
League Players Paul Nave. 169 183. 176-523: city league play will be held tonight -, > night at the Venice Bowlalcade beat
Sam: Wheeler' 164, 178 146-486: A Smlttys Tavern squad SmittyTaume 1r,
Business Included electing officers Venice '
Ralph Adrian 114. 176. 176-466: will come against Venice Furniture :I Electric pettlcoala
t 'lie! Rush (Marl Byron Earl. 136 153. 141 -423: players, and Vtnlce Food naming a rules committee pushed ever lassies rep
discussing regulations of tie the K-Club.
,1 and Duffy Leger, 116 123 185-- I Shop lads will roll against. the and I I
Women's International Bowling
424. Jossart kegmen were Joe Englewood Merchants The latter Players for the teams ,Ind,
After beginning the 1948-49 The local gals will operate '
Jossart: 198, 157, 200-555: Jim team Is participating In local Congress DYSEVENS, Marjorie
healing season last eek11th under Congress sanction
Oakley, 170 192, 155-517: Paul I play for the first time. II Helen Williams, Anita
'urn as he; a- a b'llnng: house. this year for the first time. Helen !
Larsen, 171 134, 125-430. and Richardson ad Ills!
r I \r-cft: male keglers cooled off Howard Brlley 140. 133 102-37). In the election Mrs. Pat Aln- Wen SMITHS, Bem
i n a imrry thin wiekTie Pfc. Roland Keys Home I '
named president, Mrs. Florence
A blind gave them an additional set was Co iett Hds,
j? 'll"s MI S:ir" 'squad :;71, : After Air Force Duty Ella Peter the vIce president and I Bernadlne! Dames and Pan

e P8 n ".. ii wivt txo Sera ,' Ill" : in the Pfc Roland Keys arrived In I !!,
I gut in opening : of the league Members of Shockey, Ze'la Taylor,
The second shift contest was
set k's play, tuffeird ,he worst I Venice Sundafor: a visit with hb the rules committee are Mrs. and Marie Pfa:f. K-CLl'B J
taken by the Venice Electric boy, ) ,
di.i, Its memSiH!
i parents. Mi, and Mis James Anita Koogler, Bernadine Danes Ilghtfoot. Virginia JonSurl"
bested Trucking \
>' fe p,+mc, in a r->w to a teamifHtscrMns Adorjan Mrs.I I
Joiner and
Keys of Ponce de teen A\e Mrs lutrell Anne urls. Lutrell
rollers three In The log
I Cap',* F-ii: MiiketSirakota a row scores I t
Wednesday night at Acre 713 to 657 714 tft 683 and' Private Keys enlisted about

'.4 t ij, be Sarasota BO\lladome :81 to 632.Venice : I I'four months ago and has Just Phil Qlhnen Welcomes You to

j Two rf the A1: Eta. games were Electric players' were I completed his basic training at

Teal thrillers. however, The first Tony Dyse\en, 150 192, 180- the U. S. Air Force base In San The Liar's Lounge Bar

d WM Jon b>' only eight pins. Ven- 522: Chuck Koogler, 173 132, 167 Antonio Tex.

:ce scoring 126 to Caps 834 and -472: John Shockey, 126, 121, Texas Oct. AT
He Is due back In on
/ be fpcmd sllpptd away by only' 146-395: Chuck Ta>loi. 115 121. 1 and expects to be sent from THE TARPON CENTER

re pin tf3 to 841 The last game 147 383, and Ernie Peter, 141, there to Hamilton Field Call.
(Venice Inlet)
,9 aw a 58 pin difference as the '
I4A 141-436. 'riling for tl:rAdoilans before leaving for Pacific duty.
/ local nun, although fighting hard were ,Joe Carl Bioiseth I ----- NOW OPEN FOR SEASON
e,4; xcU'd only 904 jegto) their opponent 129. 177, 124-430: Louis Ador GONDOLIER Classified Ads
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P62 Jan Ib9 130, 126--425: Gage I cost little yet produce fine iv
. High man for the Venetians Hodein! 125. 144, 135 404:1: I tilts. Just phone Venice 3131 before Drinks, Sandwiches and Cool Quit Breezes

-*M Joe Jossart of the JossirtFUunblng Charles Bnone, 115 129 : 5 pm. Wednesdays.
Co.. who was In sec.md
place Ian weik He rolled games
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of 188 177 and 2'8 for a 593 av- ------- ---
r ll ciue He was followed by Tony '"

f r L'T' D\seven of Dy tven', Texaco i' [ f OW"PISI8frON

i. Station with' 195. 14. 1t3-MJ! : : :

t Elan Rchaidson cl the Venice

Gondolier 173 1S4 182-509:

4 g, J.m Oikliy of B. B. Dunn Bl''
p I Bards, 146 171 173-490 and I '
Ernie Peter of Venw Elect)ic, r

123, 147 128-398.

i 4(f The first City four Men matches Rustv In the Wlrll TIlI JVrlYO

s citys new eight.team league were

alto rolled at the Venire Bowla-

kade Tuesday night. with most of OVEN

r the contestants showing by their ffiffl

scores that thoy'\t been away

from the game all summer
In the fiut shift games, players -

' for Ear g Garage beat a Jos-
Mrt't Plumbing squad by turning

Cn the heat In the last two R411tT .
a ( .
ma.TcJ'e. Tb<7 dropped the first
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game by totalling onlv a rusty

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s lust thank" of cooking by simply pushing butlom1'

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