Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00139
 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: October 8, 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: UF00079934:00139
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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itractAwarded Army Uses mmrmmmmmmw Virginia Broker : !
Salesmanship The Beach Casino

C of C Folder In The Recruiting> Rattle Launches New 11'lt

U. S. Army apparently a

Includes salesmanship as well Gets New Lessee v'

hJenton. $210 was Firm's Lowest Bid as ing the combat programs.tactics At in least Its train.that's Real Estate Plan !

implication -
the exper-

Franklin concern Press,, a was BradcnJirintlng last- of ience Ponce 18-year-old de Leon Edward Ave. had Keys last Development' North Old Fashioned? City to Help : ; t f

week. Of 'I own to be Called
awarded a contract over

other bidders to produce The young man. son of Mr 'Venetian Gardens'A Clean AreaThe il

and Mrs. James M. Keys, went
emceo-Nokomls Chamber of new real estate developmentto
to Ft. Myers last Thursday to
erce's new pictorial tourist Join the navy. He stopped at be known as the Venetian Gardens Venice Beach Casino, f

r the will be opened in the near which has been a eyesore Insteadof t II f
army recruiting office to
future on the east side of the \ 'ff
municipal asset In recent
award went to the Bradenioncem ask where the navy office was,
Tamlaml Trail about four mlle months, Is to get a new lease on
however, and before he had the rat Jlite. <
on a blc of $210 foiling north of Venice. I J
Information, was talked Into
and folding 10,000 of the This was announced Monday
signing up for army service. Members of the city council
ts. The quotation did note Edward took by Frank V. Davies, former investment I were told Tuesday night by J. W. "t

the cost of engraving 33 written a preliminary I broker in Washington, (Pop) Ladd who has been operating .
army test Monday of D, '
C. Davies is
now sales d.rec-
graphic plates that of
will IItte the Casino since April (
this week, and was told he had tor for the
Arlington Homes
the folder. his lease t
1947. that he had sod I
passed with flying colors. He Corp. of Arlington, Va, and will
her half of the build
bidders the lower
were the Staring will on
report next week for
a direct promotion of the develop- f1
Co. Sarasota I Mrs. Joseph Schofield of
; the Qual- physical examination. If all ing to
ment from there. t
rlntlne Co., Sarasota; the the Venice Bay Trailer Park.
well he'll
goes be sworn In as I The land on which the development +
da Grower Press. Tampa, a recruit and be sent to Ft. will be laid out for- I The new leaseholder, formerly tfi
[ the Venice Gondolier The Jackson S. C., for basic train- was :owner of the Peter Porker Bar c
merly owned by Col. William
I was made by a committee Ing. becue Restaurant in Peoria, 111, r y
0 Grove, Laurel, and Is opposite the
sting of C. C. Lowe chair- informed the city fathers that
The youth returned to Venice colonel's lychee nut grove. It con
; R. Q Haines, chamber she planned to make the prop- "
Ident last week from Winnetka. Ill.. tains 1.500 feet frootage on 'he want 1 1Ladd i
B E. Bowen chamber trty "the kind of place I'd
where he had been working at trail and extends back some 2 500
racy, and James M Dick. n.y two daughters ',0 hang out
the Indian Hill Country Club feet. It is only one-quarter of a
jcton 3. Bowden George in.
He graduated from the Venice-
mile from the Laurel Elementary
>ell and Marlon Braswell al- Beer Removed
Nokomis High School last June. School, two miles from the Ven-
rtlclpated. said she would
Ice-Nokcmls High School and This two-piece "diaper"" bathing s
First In casino beer facilities
Years I Ie replace the
three miles from the Nokomis suit, being modeled by a Hollywood -
folder will be the first to Community Beach. starlet, was considered with a milk bar and I
pued by the chamber for sev- GopCandidatesVisit For 500 Rrsldpnti quite daring when Introducedtwo I and would install a jukebox 1

hears. They will be sent to According to Davie preliminary years ago. It might be con porch dining room and other +

beisons who write for Inforon in VeniceTheir plans the development will sidered almost "old fashioned" if I facilities to appeal to younr 2'A" '
and their e..!-f/s.11 i
tn the Venice pie of the area
area, and provide half-acre building lots for worn on the Venice beach this I k
[ also be distributed among I about 160 homes and spare for year, however, in view of the I She also told the Gondolier later >, '

ogees of large concerns In hopes lifted by Florida'snew stores to serve the hoped-for 500 scanty creations now being that her husband, at one time

gia, Alabama. South Caro- general election ballot residents Three streets are to be shown In northern department a plainclothes detective for the

southern Tennessee and which was created by the legislature cut through the property to makeIt stores. Dear mel! Peoria police force, would repaintthe t a

I' areas from which bother last month and will make accessible.No Interior of the building and

and winter visitors are I voting a straight Democratic houses will be built by the School Budget ExplainedTo the bath house that adjoins the

y to come. It Is hoped the ticket difficult three Republican corporation, Mr. Davies said, butIt casino.'e
Per can make delivery by Oct I candidates for the Sarasota will exercise strict supervision Rotary by Kimbrough In addition, members of tae ,

County Commission made an Informal over this type of homes con- County'Superintendent t of council decided after an Inspec-

I campaign tour of Venice structed by persons who buy the School Verman Kimbrough I tion of the facilities Wednesday,

[ons Hear Flyero I this week. lots. Exact specifications have spoke to the Venice Rotarians that the city would offer the operator M

The trc included Will!' Ain B not been worked out, but It is yesterday at their noon luncheon a new lease under which ,i *d
Met Soviets Fmney of Siiaso'a: : candidate for understood that the minimumcost at the Venice Golf and Country municipal employees would care

the 5th district post; Edwin F. of the houses will be set at Club. for the beach. Details have not +

embers of the Venice Lions McCann of Saasota. first district $1SOO: Attempts will also be madeto His topic was the Sarasota yet been worked out. )

who last week decided tote and runcis O Baldwin! : of bring in people who will erect I County school budget. He explained Ladd Complains
women Siesta Key third district. places worth considerably more. to the local club how the The council's decision to Inspect -
[ to attend the first
ting of each month put the After calllrs on several local Davies stated several lots had appropriated sum or $800,000 Is the beach came after Ladd,

Policy In practice last night Republican leaders, they visited already been sold to northern spent, and how the money Is ap- In reporting the transfer of own

e s country club. the Gondolier office. There they people. Clearing operations have portioned to meet the various I ership, had bitterly complained } '

(Continued on Page Eight) already been started on the land school needs. I that the casino had been "turned dl:
ith 36 members and guests
into a dumping ground lately and '(
nt the guests being most-
I the city has never done anything 'i
Mves they exposed the late FarmingCoursesOfferedforAreaWarVetsThose ti
to help prevent it.
all the unexpected event
was reminded that whet: d
typical Lions session. These Others May Attend who are enrolled In the here a year and one-half ago asa (Continued on Page Two) ,
uded antics by the club "tall program will receive payments of landscape architect, he servedfor t t'Gremlin'

tel'." comments by"Presidenth Classes at Ve-No-Hi $65 to $90 per month under the I two years with the Seabees In at GondolierThe

Simpson and a talk by World War Two veterans who "on the Job" training program the.Pactfic and for another per-

or Don Nimmo cf Long Boatmmo are engaged In farming, and of the U. S. Veterans Adminis- iod with the U. S. Engineers in Gondolier has apparently -

want to leas n how to get more tration. The program lasts for South Ameilca. added a pet "gremlin" to

who served with the out of their Jobs and their land, four years and studies cover farm I Catlett said yeserday that ail Its staff judging by what hap-

!8'h Air Force and the Brit- were this week invited to Join an'On planting, livestock keeping, poultry farmers in this area would be pened to an advertisement that

Royal Air Force during the the Farm" training program management, truck farming. I welcome at his classes, whether ran last week for Smitty's Tav-

. related his experiences dur- that was recently organized at conservation of natural resources they were vtterans or not. Twen- ern. The ad said Dave Duncan e

four years overseas. His mil- the Venice-Nokomls High School. and hydrophonlcs. The latter is ty-three vets were enrolled at the "one man band" who plays

' service brought him In close The program consists of twice- a method of growing plants by last reports. the piano, solovox, novachord,

act with Russlon soldiers andlans weekly classes at the high school chemical processes and without Applications for enrollmentmay acccrdian and drums would

he said, and permittedto plus supervision of students' soil. be made through Catlett or appear on the Trail bright spoton

analyze their form of gov- I work In actual farm Jobs. The I 'Seabee Is Instructor at the Sarasota County Veterans Fridays and Saturdays. The

ent. latter part of the program can Instructor of the classes, which ; Service office in Sarasota. J. W. copy should have lead Fridays

>e speaker compared the reg- be Parried out at home or on last two hours per session, is 32- 'Crowley, state vocational agriculture and SUNDAYS, and no one knows

'tation of people In Commu- I arms where the students are em- year-old Ralph Catlett of Laul el. I teacher at Sarasota, Is supervisor how the change occurred. So It

c IUds with the freedom of jloyed. Those who want to participate A native of Commerce, Ga, Cat- I for the program in this must have been one of those lit-

individual In a Democracy however must actuallybe lett was graduaed from the University area. Classes rotate each week tle Imps that delight in causing

emphasized that all service engaged In bona fide farm of Georgia with a bachelor being held on Monday and trouble. In any case, Duncan will

should cooperate% to pre- work rather than hobby garden- of science degree In agricultural I Thursday one week, and Tuesdayand appear on Friday and Sunday

1 this! SPirit of Individualism. ng. education. Before coming Thursday the next nights henceforth. k


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L L ,. VEMCE UON2GUEO Friday. octoyat
M F Ma:".. .Ma
Clean Den CouncilContinued Dr. Stryker to Deliver c St. Marks Cuild
Rexall Drug Store 'Cub' Scouts City pd'h'
/ First Sermon of Season
To Prepare for Winter The St Marks GUild
( from Page One) cat \1.
Gets Firm AwardThe .Stryker who Episcopal Church
Venice Cub Scouts, Inactlv She casino was leased to Realtor Dr Leonard W. S bridge and ,)0 s

during the summer began preparations Robert S Baynard who sold Lad was priest In charge of the 8t games pant
Rexall Drug: Co certificate evening at the chlUth
Ms week for the busy his title, it was stipulated the Marks Episcopal Church last Itta,
ct merit, awarded each year to to deliver" hit About 56 members
winter months. leaseholder would assume "full year, Is expected IId
outstanding! stores In the flrmi Under supervision of Cubmas- jesponsiblllty" for maintainingthe first sermon of the winter sea attended the party, and

chain of drug outlets, has been ler Jack Wilkinson, vocational property and the beach. Lade son at the church this Sunday.Dr. were won by Iliac *
Danks Mrs.
won by the Rexall Store of Vtnl"e Industrial training instructor at admitted this, but protested that and Mrs. Strykerspent the Mrs William, Dolt '
A. B.
t the hlgn school, four of the boyson both he and Baynard had went summer months at their home In Hider.

The presentation was announced Tuesday cleaned up Pack No. )Alto stuns of money on Improvements Tolland. Conn, and are expectedto Mrs. FranK Fishery ,

residence on Harbor Dr. city should take an interest in byMrsJMDickand
the local establishment
proprietor i
o The first regular meeting of the beach "because it looks like Dr. Stryker Is scheduled to Bailey Mn H $ Be'dal
r A release accompanying! the will be held at the den the head of the
r 1 i year Its the only tourist asset city conduct the Holy Communion refreshment
" the award said It was given In at 3:45: pm next Tuesday Wilkinson las" service at 11 a.m. Lay reader tee
lecoenltion! of exceptional community said, and all local Cubs
The latter position was sup have conducted the service dur- Ing the summer,
I / service that was rendered and boys who would like to join ported by Mayor Louis Suter,
last year by Dick and member the movement are asked to at-
who pointed out that 'its pretty
of his store staff Scouting Is for boys
o tend. Cub
hard to make tourists uncicr and Insurance Protects
Dick, formerly a resent of from 9 through 11 years of age nat the reason the beach looks
Brook,ville, store I members were on the
put Ciiesed tne Thirty-two bad is because someone holds a AGAINSl LOSSES!

from Torn Lanier in August of tolls last year.Wilkinson lease on It and is supposed to Fire e' Life e Casualty '4"i
1946 after being discharged from I also Issued a call for "'
keep it up He recommended GENERAL INSURANCEBLALOCK
Ihe naiv Louis J, Pappas originally women who would be willing tome -
that the city go outside the income -
was Uicks partner In the ? as "den mothers" this year,
lea e'
it derives from the to
firm, but /lift later to open ji one In Venice proper and the
are for the beach.
M store In Naples, other In the Edgewood sectionIT'S Otheritions James T. Ethel B.

L- _.:ill I At Its regular meeting In tliu | BANK BUILDING 1

1 city hall tile council a.so; j \ENICE.: FLORID
I 1-Heaid Mayor Suur explain I II Phone" 3611 or 2721smJUy's

that this }'e u"' ; tax rate luu.d': 'I

I I hate been lowered, "if standaidj I

Senator Harry P. Cain I methods ot ccuuutlng and II'J
lancing were tollowed A (

civilian! accountant for the army"

!f : Suter allied Gist many of the lavpfi'
Republican Washington I
I :councils financing methods put

unnecessary burdens oil the tax-

u Time /S p.m. I paveii As an example, he Cited "The Bright Spot on the Trail"
I the fact that payment for 11'1'city
hall liquidated one
was in
Date Wednesday October 13 'dear whereas the HUUUO cost Dancing Nightly

: properly should have oven d.s-

tributed over a period jf 20 to JO
Placeromm.s: ClubNorth I l ears. I II' And on FRIDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS

2-Agiecd; to have vie city attorney I .
Gulf Stream and Park Ave I'
re-exam legal aspect
I"\R\WT\ of the lease. giving! H M. i, Duncan

I 'Buddy) Ringo the right to build |

A:"-pic" s ,,; Sa'a'ota Count republican Executive Committee a fishing! center: on tin old Inlet I *

teen presented' The "One Man
I Rd. The lease had Quartet" -

Everybody Welcome!! to Mayor Suter for signing, but |

t he protested that "an) prudent' Whose Music will Keep Your Toes Tapping
t: man' would find out wnetner I II

If current lawsuits aanst: Rlngo
I I affected the matter I legally, lie -: PACKAGE DEPT. SPECIALS :-
CO. I also pointed out that the lease

t FRED B. KINO, OWNERof called for Ringo to build the center ,

j.. 0' P'inta Oorda i on stilts on the edge of the : Puerto Rican Rum . ?.S9 fifth

TUES n.EAS"RE IN WFI.COMING I road, whereas it had actually I
J THIS AREA I been thoroughfare plated directlY on the Od i iI Quality Blended Whiskey *::3,29 fifth|

I VRU MRS.\ CHXRIECIH'J I 3- Heard the Mayor suggfst I II

i Owners of fiat! if they felt present ordinances 100 per cent Grain Gin $ pin!
I "on certain matters" were I
'\.Ic.nee'- I Restaurant outdated they should le-examlre :

In the Femur Vokv.mis Lodge Dining Room I and alter] them. Otherwise. h> I 90 Proof

-- raid, he had no alternative as police ,
_aU ...., ___.-..____ commissioner but to enforce
them. The laws were not specified !-

A BONUS" FOR OURCUSTOMERS but it li believed he wa referring I

tc those against operation Radio Sick Broken!)

of gamb'lng! devices, since police I ,

ordered at lean one local club to

14.00J -- remove them this wwk The
@: We'll fix it for
a council did not reply! to his 8UIJ- you
'E1).fIS I
A frstion

(o PRESSURE'COOKER 4 -H a"d two local apartment\ very quickly. and

hoses owners, Dan Opr'c u of the

k""it AUTOMATIC 'RUSURI RIGULAYlON" ','el.'ne'9 Api. and Tilaln Su'eu'' for a price you can

of the Del Rio Apts, plead for In-

AI tn" tu "tallafon of a street HrM before
I' Mnu uf our '1II'Nt'!!'" afford.
t't ',,' !II""" ."".",..1.lh.xmnnt...f the four utw". .. 1'1-.1 their princes on Armanda R1 Tit
I""h. 4.t.1
UinnU,'II I'.. -14 l'I., I. council inspected the site the
'"' (Sony
f." n\L5' fAI'bimre No Work on Auto Set)
fc'lowini! da' and has asked the

: Eelle/ 'RISSURI Florida Power Co for an estimate I'
CooE1R And If You Need Set |
MAS Swiss OUTSTANDING riaTUatf of installation co.ts. | A New

INen.IUn 109.101.ft lot f,10.1115 Ib,, -Received ard reverted! to the'I I We Have !
The Best
city attorney
It4% Ot fit.- Holds 1 h l.na two !letters from
Gillis Finn W. ca"-e.' .r, former ;
councilman -
DYL nr.W1 Al.ninur. Cbr.,.. (
l fUgat"f.l1'1l: the nrtontlou' B. & W. Record Players

-dl. of ordinances <1.>"-n-r{ to help !
atra.N f..lina Co."-f.lath h.nur.Its., Portable
rlear up tax collf-ct'ons! ana delinquent -
It511.neit.n t.b.wt.r Ar tax' matters I I Public Address System

C.rI.IG..d".u"A-.PI-OS./.t AyAw.i 6- .Rcci'ivr 1 for consideration I *at'
n FOR RENT By Dar: "''tek or
1,1" WMGven.dbt letter from Mr. and Mi*, Graham I I Battery or AC operand

French, mana er. nf the Country
t. a.w w, x l.w"..MM1aeAnutt r T Club, offering to lone tile Upper I Venice Radio Service"SICK )

floors of the" beach ciRlio and
ONLY Ir last
stoats convert them Into an apartment
TO III:TEtlHEK IS ( 'J-Rejec\d
'ALT'ti a chamber
of '
commerce -
; THE REXALL DRUG suggestion that the Venice 251 W. Venice Ave. Cecil H. Grieve, O\l'n/l/ |
city hall be known as the "city
'1: POST OFFICE: ARCADE'E hall building and decided It PHONE 2872
ICE. FLA. thouid continue See Our New Illustrated Window Display -
';, to be known as News
the Venice Civic Center. Change THree Times A WeekAA
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Venice Is Going Places r'It''

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Will i Issue It's :'I' '



2nd Annual a I


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In. Mid-November, 1948 I :


"Progress Edition" Order BlankPlease

send ____ copies of the 2nd Annual Progress FILLED with picture, news stories and features, the PROGRESS EDITION wIll
Edition of The VENICE GONDOLIER to those listed below.
tell the complete story of VENICE not only by tracing Its rapid growth In
I enclose $--__ for mallaway copies nt
the past year, but by recalling its early days as well ;
20c each, and-or -_____ copies to be picked up at The
GONDOLIER office at 15c each. I am (am not) also enclosing

.--- for -- __-___ (year, months subscription ,
to The GONDOLIER, each of which entitles the addressee to
CONTAINING advertisements of all progressive area merchants, It will provide a
one copy of the PROGRESS EDITION at no extra charge. }
handy guide for residents visitors and those planning to visit VENICE -. of ti
1. __ ._ __ _h _..
to use In planning shopping tours, obtaining hotel accommodations, buying 4

---- ----- -- home, etc.

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._ -_.
20 cents but you can reserve copies to be picked up at The GONDOLIER
C. ___
office for only 15 cents, If cash Is paid In advance. We will also accept order t
------------ to mail copies anywhere else in the United States at 20 cents per copy, postpaid ,

II. ________.________. It will pay you to become a GONDOLIER subscriber now and thus be p

----------- sure of obtaining your copy of the Big PROGRESS EDITION at no extra cost

6. $2.50 1 year, $1.50 6 months; $ .75 3 months,




believe every area firm and business man will want to be represented In the 2nd Annual PROGRESS EDITION. It will not only carry their message i'
to four or more times as many people as our regular Issues, but will be kept and referred to long after most papers are thrown away. And the advertising I"
rates will be only one-third more than Ihe regular Issues, despite the quadrupled extra circulation.

Because we have not yet been able to find a man to take charge of our advertising department, It will be physically Impossible for us to contact every
potential advertiser, In fact we're going to be swamped with work putting out this special edition In addition to the regular weekly GONDOLIER. So if you
would like to have an ad in the PROGRESS EDITION won't you please drop In at our office or call us at 3131 RIGHT AWAY! Thanks for your cooperatic





313. ,y. Venice Ave. Phone 3131



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Pas* Tour VENICE SONDOUER: PrldaJ, October l1 litr""Janie's

jWg-1;; Membership Drive Is Launched

i! Gondolier By Janet Social P, ConoerI EditorA i ii amVeNo Parents Teachers Assn I

family party Ass in c:der over the weekend at the home of -

Mri Alexander Murphy of the Worthington APts. All or her children Children to Get Call for 'Brownie' Leaders Venice
save one, were visiting at one time Dr Douglas R. Muh,.iv Issued at lit Meet is Set

t arrived in Venice last Thursday from his home In Charleston, W Va;

Lloyd Murphy was down from the University of Florida at GainesVille Prizes forSigning Brownie Scouts of the area Head RegionAssn

" Bl! and Alexander Y Murphy will gather for their first

'im joined the reunion from Sarasota lanlus, Edward Keys, Joe Harn, meeting of the year next Wed-

; [iil'; Incidentally. this Is the first time Raymond Mitchell and Joe Carl ParentsAn nesday at 3:15: p,m. in the Scout Installation Services

r since about 1942 that the boys Borseth. After the hunt the gang Clubhouse in the playground op-

i!r\t t ; have been together Too bad another played more games and had refreshments Intensive six-day membership posite the Venice Civic Centre In Sarasota Oct, 14

son Bruce Murphy, could at the Rec Hallo All last year* members and

not have been here He's living I drive by the Venice-Nokomis girls between the ages of 7 and Two local women will be t

IP Memphis Tenn. Mrs. Murphy's Mrs Sonja Terry and her son, Parents Teachers Assn got under 9 who ire Interested In joiningthe stalled as officers ol the I.

daughter Mrs. D E, Cunningham Bobby, of Nassau St.. returned to way yesterday and will con- Brownies are urged to ct man's Missionary thlon

is in town, too She and hrr I Venice this week after a visit tinue until next Tuesday after- tend this first meeting Southwest Florida Baptist 0II,

family vacationing at one of noon, according to an announce- Aa.
with her brother-In-law and. isUr Mrs. Oeorge Botts of Harbor at an all-day
' the Hill cottages in Laurel. Dr. I Mr, and Mrs John Koenen ment by Mrs A W Mcremen, association Dr, Brownie leader, has announced meeting to be w

Murphy Is expected to return to I "' secretary I by the association in Sinn
lof Coral Gables Mrs Tcrr> t that there Is an urgent need

West Virginia tomorrow I cousin George Chawger of The drive was planned Mon- for leaders for this group. Any- next Thursday Oct. 14,

' I -- Scranton, Pa. was also a guestof I' day night bv the executive council one interested In this work and The women are Mn GOJ: ,

Mr and Mrs. Douglas Arnall of the Koenens and returned with and committee chairmen of who Is over 21 years of age, pleas'Jcontact A. Hauser, who was R-
Venice Bv'\Vav celeoiated\ their Mrs Venice :i the PTA, at in RK
I Terry to see what a joint meeting her at 2961. president of the
'I 1 eghth wedding anniversaryTuesday i looked like Maybe he'll like It the Venice Civic Center I IObject The Gill Scouts have not yet association t,
/ evening; anni\eisaiy I meeting held In Biadentoa
well enough to stay of the d 1'1Mrs.. More- orginlzed for "Ills year, but ex-
' was actually on Wednesda at a I July, and Mrs William
I I men said will be !o enroll th1 i peel to do so sometime this month, gelJ1II
.: dinner party at Biadys Searoot'II Mr Mrs T M 11 The latter Is the new Vounjfo
and Wrede Sr
I parents of all 1ml school chll There Is also a great need for
Restaurant in Nokomis. Mr. and' 'of Nokomis spent a few days last 1 dren Assistance of the children Girl Scout leaders, so women pies leader for the associitm
Mr*. Decree Hau ir, Mr line!' Installation Ser'lepsIIU]
I week with their sonInIaand themselves Is being enlisted] to willing to devote a few hours each be.
Mrs William Bellamy and Mrs, I the First Baptist Church
daughter. Mr and Mrs O J, I ol Su
help compllsh this goal, andesterday week to this group should also
Jlemy Hauser were in the party, asota.
' : Montgcmeiy of St, Petersburg }' all pupils at the high get In touch with Mrs Bolts

n i They aho'Isltl'd relative in school and the Laurel school received i It Is expected that a delepta
'I A biid!( foursome at the Venice I I from the local
Tampa before relUl'nlnlhome, notices of the drive! to take \\ MU mil ttid
Golf and Country Club on.1 i I II home. Mrs O K Croll Icy, and 12th the meeting Local women rt
t Saturday were Cot. and Mr<. J, I ''Mrs
I Mi and Mrs Call Cribbs of Two J, A. Johnston will take part In the dnotlool)
"room motheis foi each
J. Nealon, Graham French and | D,'land, who formerly lived in I class were also appointed Rein I 1 i At the Monday night session, program are M;,s Bettve Zqk:
A B. Hd: 'r
plans were also discussed for the Mrs. Douglas Arnall and
441 i I l\enlce were here for the week among the PTA members and
-oj" I coming annual PTA Carnival B Murrlel Thompson Main ,
end and stayed at Pine Camp will contact all parents not signed I
Mr and MM Pied Boldt of Nokomis Just cant stay away, E 'Sargel Bowen Is general ers for the day wn be Mrs !tat
I up by Monday Mrs H. S, ;
t had a family git-together 'I _-.n-- chairman for the carnival, to be Todd. a missiorniy to China,d
!II I lat Saluidiv Their daughter, I Bowden, membership commltte / held this year on Friday, Oct. 29 Miss Elizabeth Provence of JaI
Glad to Mii
see Sieckiey'back I chairman, pointed out that mem-
I Ji qialine, and their son anddaughterinlaw. at the Kentucky Military Institute sonville, state Young pleader
Mi and Mrs.Lloyd at the Venice Tubatoiium bership I is net ]limited to ):arl'nu'l' ,

. ::1 Boldr and their grandchildren \ ca'.e of pneumonia had her Any person interested In gym.
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Tommy and Carol Ann "down undu last week, and although welfare is eligible to join and 11'1111

I she's recuperating, she'. be welcome she emphasized
t drove down from St Pete to see
Mil shaky," Not so glad to hear
t them Both Jackie and Lloyd Mrs Bowden also expressed the
hat Mr. Steckley has the same Announcing .
f are stucents: at Trinity College! hope that all new members will

t trere I thing this week and hope hell] become Interested, active! members' The Royal Palm
be up and about soon \
al'ld.111 ,
-n I I attem meetingsof
! I I I
, Hear that Mr and Mis Frank -0- the PTA regularly. Ine PTA Dance Studio \
I|I Mr and Mrs J. H Mulllns of 'had
i! 1 Horan and Mr and MM William : 200 members last year. '
' Groveland Ave have received of Fort Vtyers Fla.
, Holly. all of Tieasur' Island are I Prizes to be Awarded \ \
word that on the 29th of I
September -
on thdl'a down hum New I The drive will be climaxed] at will open T $tudio.

Ve ik In the Hoian jachtil- they became the proud the regular PTA meeting at the in Venice ...
grandparents of a baby girl, born
, helmlna They are expected toIII regular PTA meeting at the highschool
to their son and :at the '
rri\e! next Tuesday We'll be reporting daughter-ln Tuesday night, when
Mr and Mrs William J, Mullinsof \ Cnic Centre
on what kind prizes will be awarded to the
III 2405 Marion Ave. New YOlk
cf a trip they hadGuei's members of the two school l classesto for
I. ( City, This brings the total num-
-o- ber of daughters in the William i bring in 100 percent membership Boy :and Girls
last week and part of 'I enrollment of their parents
J, M u i III l n s family to four from 2 1-2 through
I this week of Mr. and Mrs. M. Refreshments will be served by -
e I 'Grandma" Mulhns says her son {sigh schcoJ _
Cousins Venice were Mr, Cous- lot grade mothers after the :nge.
must be a great admirer of Eddip I
in' brotI1Pl'-ln-lu' ,
and sister
Mr and Mrs. Charles Jostce Cantor! Instruction will include one-half hoi:r euh: of
and I is Room mothers
i who will aid their daughter, Miss -u- TAP I BALLFPCROBTIC
Nancy Jane j i The Clyde Higels of Palm Haven I I the drive are: from 1st grade
Je ,
sep of Norton,
Jes- cottages have as their guest Mrs, B. E Bowen and Mrs J. A TOE BATON rUIRIING
tees left for home Tuesday
morning Hiehtower
stepping: rnroute at Lake- this week a former resident of Miller : 2nd grade, Mrs. C Classes s9,oo per month, payable: in iJ\' in..,*
and Mrs,
land, where Mary Jane will enter ( Venice Shp is Mr' Eugene Maiel Moremen: 3d Two or more in same family rate Is $8 00 each child''
II grade, Mrs
I She and her husband 'I E O Eneman and
Dr Maler
tin( her CollfRP sophomore year at South- lived in Venice about 10 year Mrs Joseph Hurt: 4th grade First Class will be held Od. 9, I9t ,

1 1 Mrs A., B,
but Hider and Mrs Helen!
away shortly before
-o- the war and are now living ir I|I \acheiesse: 5th grade, Mrs H A. at 9) am. and every Saturday

Here for the \,:ntei months a"1 Kilpatrick
Winter Park On her return I Mrs Vacheressejfth '

1.11'R'Ibert K Giles and acts,, home, Mis 'taier will be connected i grade, Mrs. Victor Fette and through May

Room Jr.. of Huntington, W. Va with the Mrs C S Turner: 7th
voice departmentof I If further: information is desired write
They are staying at the Gulf the Rollins College Conservatory I Mrs Pete Edge and Mrs Win-

View Arts and he Ins entered, of Music in Winter Paik borne Olds: 8th grade. Mrs. Alvin MRS. JOHN MANLEYBox

\cnireNokomls High School Mrs Maler tell us that she 1l1 Jores and Mr*, Paul Melroy; 9th 1947
a' n fnioi Mr Cales looking forward to a'Ist! from 1 Bruce R:cbv and Mrs

ton: them after Christmas I her son, Ralph, who is in th. Vincent Dixon: 10th, Mrs Byron Fort Myers, Fla.

n-- merchant marine. At the moment Earl: ; 11th, Mrs Pe.rjr Hayes and -

Crest sport Saturday night fora he Is In Italy but is expected to "" -
group of young folk who got together
arrive In the United States h November
at the Venice Bay Trailer He'll be down
to Venlcto
Park "Rec" Hall. Main NOTICE !
event fo
to look up his old friends whil-
evening was a ScaenserHunt
on leave, Mrs Maler also mentioned -
Those \\'htoured Venice
that she ran into another RESIDENTS
:n search of such I rots ai an ISO\ former Venetian
In Orlando
recently -
half dollar, a lock of red halt! '
Mrs C, YOUR!
Morgan formerly OWN IAUNDRY
size 4 wcman's high heeled Miss -- IN YOUR OWN TOWN
I Reltz"!. who was a
pumps and a cigar butt, were 'nurse BRING:
Ann aiklin, Mary Earl, Julia: beiore at the the war Medical Mrs] Center Moigar here US YOUR WASHING WHILE YOU SHOP

MartindiJe, "Peachy" Henna. husband: Is a malor In the 1

Jinx Briley, Janice Shockey. Earl and they're stationed In Oilnndj arm; HOUR SERVICE on WET WASH]

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8, 1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Face *lfHwood .

4Hto Baptists Annual SupperThe to Hold A Stork Shower'Sunbeams' Study Bible Children Ilml(

The "Sunbeams" of the First the games the Biblical youngster 1 r.
Appear For Mrs. i.
First Baptist Church will Baptist Church under the lead played and things they did. ,
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hold Its annual church supper ership of Mrs. William Bellamy The y'juntu r children also made r N
TA' Program and meeting Wednesdj-v, Oct. 11 Decorations Safe met Tuesday afternoon at the jigsaw puzzles of Bible picture '
at the church rooms at 7 p.m. A church Sunday school rooms. while the older boys and Was
covered dish will be -Both Pink & Blue t
supper sereed The Sunbeams are youngsters made scrolls like those used in

ily Shares Work'e by the women of the church. from the ages of 4 to 9. About 16 Biblical times. The scroll had

Their Theme; The business meeting will be Mrs. Roland Curry, Venice attended and studied stories of the 23rd Psalm written on them I II
held after the dinner, with Kev Farms, was feted last Friday eve- children In the Bible, including I The group meets each Tue J&y. 1\\\

Discuss Carnival D. Campbell Crawford : ning with a stork shower at the ::1:1'

Ither program in Its cur- One of the principle items srdlng'l home of Mrs. George Hauser, l
up will be the
|s of meetings, which are Whispering Pines In East Venice.
I to "The Family-Foun- nual association letter, Decorations at the party were Relax at Our Cocktail Hour : #!
Nations." the Eng] a report on the local group's activities I 1
ents Teachers Assn. will i and progress during the In appropriate colors pink and 5 TO 6 P.M. AT ,'

that city' Girls' 4-H past year. blue and a large cardboard The Venice Golf and 1

s regular session at 8 Members will be asked to ap- stork on the wall appeared to be

xt Wednesday in the prove the Idler so It can be pre- I carrying some of the gifts. In his Country Club aEast .

ditorlum.rls sented at the Southwest Florida I bill. .I
Baptist Assn. meetings in Braden- The Clubhouse' : Is ahx")pen now from 9:30: '
have taken the title, Games were played during the
am. to 6:30 pm. for parties club meetingsand
ton Oct. 20 and 21. The association I
fly Shares Its Work evening and refreshments were gatherings. ,

(eme of their share of the is made up of the 18 Ba 1)- served by Mrs. Hau er. The latter Side of Tamlaml Trail Phone Venfce 25JI + ,1
Reports on the subject tlst churches In Sarasota and
was assisted by Mrs. Douglas Ar- .
[ by Betty Purvis counties. 1
nail. Mrs. William Bellamy and, J'
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Enochs and Barbara .

|who attended the State ,Former Gondolier 'Devil'On I Mrs.furnished Clyde pink Higel and Quests blue crepe were Firs! Time Offered . ; (.

b i Short Course in Talla- Leave from Air Force
paper bibs as napkins. '
i June. I The only available waterfront lots in thl rxclu-ivt'! : t (I
Guest List .
Its completed by the En. Herschel Wester, now a private section with views overlooking both beautiful Dona and 'iq
first class in the United States Friends who attended were ,
[4-H Club will also be on Venice Bays.
Air Force, arrived In town Mrs M. Thompson, Mrs. D .
I and the work and plans This is connecting land between Enchanted Isles and< } .i L
Sunday for a week's visit with his Campbell Crawford, Mrs Jennie- !
Llub for the coming year Point O' Palms Estate located on Sunrise Drive m
I mother. Mrs. Mabel C. Wester of Chenault. Mrs E Driggers Mrs '
[explained Mrs. J D Tate Nokomis Lots are restricted to minimum ot Ion ft of
George Mitchell. Mrs Hattie Dal-
chairman Nokomis. waterfront and 200 ft. in depth -* 'JJ i
program rymple, Mrs. George Phillips Mrs
Herschel joined the air force In High land County Taxes only Riparian: lights :
i for the PTA's Fall Car- George Higel Jr Mrs Benlne Lee "
June and has been stationed at ? and Title Insured Uniform setbacks to preserve the
be held at the Engle- i and Mrs W L Woodard
Lackland Air Base in San Antonio beauty of the Vifs J'; _
'ool on Oct. 22 will also Tex., for his bade training I Also Mrs F M Harp Mrs J S REASONABLY PRICED 1
s.ed at the meeting. P o- He will report on Oct. 14 at Fort .1 Wilkinson. Mrs Frank Curry Mi'ST Only.1100 ft. available Pee your local broke 01 call
the carnival 10'11be ap- W Hubbard, Miss Bettye Zelg- n
Francis E. Warren a technical
[ward the purchase of a training base in Cheyenne, Wyo 'ler, Mrs. Floyd Joyner Mrs J D I

moving picture projector where he will take a six-month !Stephens Mrs M L ZHgler, Mrs (Owner) I
en. which will be used In 'Harold Ziegler, Mrs L Thompson POINT O' PALMS NOKOMIS<< FLORIDA II
course stenography.
I education work In the Mrs T S Thompson, Mrs H S I Phone Venice 2731: .1
A graduate of the Ve-No-HI in
Further announcements]!I Smith and Mrs Ray Collins. d
Wester worked at
1946. Private
Iho big show will be made ,' ... .._ ._. ------- '.'.1
the Nokomis Orocciy, the Venice -
lumber Co. and the' Gondolier ,. ,
department before join- \1'1' 11
Faye Bastardo blew out printing I
Icandles Ing the USAF. He also attended
atop h"r birthday
the University of Texas In Austin BVE

Irs fondav eat. Larry with when her Bastardo she parents.celebrated of No-Mr taking a Jouintllsm course. : SURE YOUR PLANS INCLUDE U

1'1. :I Englewood The nurse for School the Nurse Sarasota I l "BUILWfi / / l

-Sarasota2529 County Elementary schools will :: f.

Phones visit the Englewood school on ml I

Fridays. All parents are invited 1 .
I Ambulance I to bring their pre-school ae t. ,.

children to the school for lirmuntzatlons -
Service I Further information
: :
Wilbur f
may be bad by calling
Day or Night I school. o'home
Franklin principal of the Whether you're building or a rental -f

bmpt and CourteousBARTSSHANNON Mr. Franklin desires calls that be exceptin made ','. unit, it's cheaper to provide for adequate Ii i{

( only an between emergency 7:45 to 8:30 a m winter heating with a pencil now than with f 1 .

Funeral Home and 2:30: to 4:00 p m The tele- a saw later on. Tell your architect, or talk :i:1 t: pit '

phone number Is 3367. it over with your heating equipment dealer, rE J ,

1. before you build! :': ';

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ubliihrd every FrMav. Editorial and buslnm office. 313 West sW1I
Venice Avenue Venice Florida P. O. B n 63%. Phone Venice SU1.

Entered as eeond-claii matter June 6, 194. at the pOll office f
.1 Wn.ce. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. AanapAK 1o iMe sesrlinwTX Wier 512W aewrwJ ltm'822 Au1Z VAaaer iWwzo :
OW 71K tlawW sow A ,mw.AIM prRW'3a0 OM m IiAltvcsTYls
Subscription rates. One year $2.50; sis months $1.SO; three / > UWP CIMRiii FOMMMfi VOHttt OTU"ijO/tWiKV/tb** Of fCftft To the Mint LS
months, 75c. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, tint 20 LINK,MXT or MCA if Ca4vi tny est6 ww oy'rief<. venire Gun.,lIrco
t words: I cent per word for each additional word. I ni': "mine all',
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l \A, MERKA PLANS; w0r,,,; r hire I pnfe.risul >>
PETE S. 'ONOVFR Editor and Publisher 'P r"ptW

I Ik JANET T. ('OSO\ ER Office Manager for I I think:don't' 1 4 I ,': : :I;... my

lion R.n K. BRILEY Shop Foreman much al theatre, ,"t ant ,
the Y did ,
anw a kd
t lime to ff., all IN7 ": '
The and..buNieng, ,hon r1.,. 'amt
Negro Housing Project pro. oft end
a ..h.'r hll.",..., WIeW
t, The I Gondolier in :a recent front page story, report. r.r This businee it be I I pl rh Iat0:kac 11ot I

.+,1! that\ Cattleman: \. 1 H.:: Blackburn of I laurel: had: started: I several moat thistnw botelo 'and 1 :Drflaa';, ; I,
.1 ne\\ luuiMii;.' development to give Venice's colored ...A GLASS Pum oesf FOR 1111001 ::-'t so than high tn.that. iliac :.."
_./WTOwm-iC P,!K"Pif: BlflMKETw Rs WHICH ASMIIOIAL truth the prwrtt N. ,Web
j ipiilitiin: "a decent place to li\e. A RC6HJUR PIOTER CArr MSPBof &V being an' *
Since that i 10111 HM A 'TIIm'oIOSTA1\C cnn1OL eo% cmmo* XCTWTE AND I for one thug many that ling:
time a small number of people have come imr lilt NEAT i/WTcntanway1\ SO f. RBW&lM* TW B4NCW6B .1 firm rat put ling Uw, ,

1\j to us \\itli criticism of the story and the idea behind it. I CHANGES REGULATED IN ROO\\TO/ tLOUKJR'TrMPERA'TURE.ALL' SOFT Rey"TOO 1101.1 MNDCWStge7IC se form the basis...1."w, I old, n.ht lut tile all ey a,

tilW i They Irate; :averted, aiming: other things that the pro :h'uld": ":as 4 ILl. m Lin:eh aM w 4,1j,

i led would never be completed. .\n.t to Kick up this property 'I Id y leas sek.

i Contention they pointed out that Blackburn has: been I vat, to. I"mil ale,

II"l: talking about the idea for dears, without doing :anything: : LATE (Editor Nc>e The
it. question was one ol mtigj

;:: Frankle. Jon't see lio.w this or :any other objection duled to coii'e up at tint
city council mwstoiy ". Set
-.hoiiM( have influenced the publication of the facts. TO CLASSIFY"Patented el.-ettliue In tills te|

!I i The story Mid: the! work had started, and it his. It told determine the outcomeTo

'i of Blackburn's ,plans, and so far: as we know they were Plan Handles

J explained :accurately. As for the lea: ; existence of these the KJKVlplx ..,
Emergencies in RuralComm.mity tond.ll.tL"L" !,
'I'{ plans the try specifically quoted Blicklnirn a< saving I tea.. rn plat d

t: that he had: been hoping to start the project: for ti\e I tvs..ir The 1m words.I..t In tome red espIala.t .hf r..ni. eGondolier.

}e.irs. but had previously been unable to Jo so becauseof : By RUSSELL KAY It 10 toO rod, II loa

the war md the material shortages that tollr.wad. Secretary Florida Tress! Assn. M1S MncerAy| LIIUMi t

'11. I Only time will tell whether the project will be fin- Lutz an enterprising rural comunlty located a short distance tiiEditor's .

'jt 1 Midi) of Course. But in the meantime we feel that crit north of Tampa, Is typical of thousands of other farming communities ( Note The,

' icism. of it are premature: and ungracious. \\'e regard scattered throughout the nation. It Is made up of small farms, wrapper enclose bi tk'iQ
f can bore the impiiat, 'hill
: the project IS an I roves and country estates with neighbors scattered over a wide
/ extremely humanitarian one and feel
supposedly egillaw
imp'yMail <
area. As Is the case with most rural eommuulttes. these neighbor
t. Blackburn: MnmJd have the eratittide; of all of Venice's ire brought together through Bag Dtpo.Mto.7 la 'A'it

i 1 people, white as well as Negro.. His : I I ton D. C. Her rtm.ttl0
at least
plan: : promise !- civic association where affairs for use In meeting the particular predated especial.y IIIICI
i i tf. relieve\ ;a i situation that has been one of the city's I and problems are discussed emergency that has arisen. In wrote only a few t.cQ ill

J Mack eyes for \eirs. Since the rural helve Is more I I ccse of fire they would bring ex- Gondolier ectlng to of om'vion the! Fonda frill

f or less isolated, the ruralist livesin 'ingulshers. ladders buckets Section

constant fear of fire or acci rope first aid equipment and so
Freedom Must Be Local Too I
dent. They have seen homes destroyed or. In cases where members doI
Statement ef the n..".",,
1 Following t and live sacrificed that not have phones arrangement I rircaliliM. ....,
'up our remarks of last t week about mint nr. mArt
1 newspapers I might have been saved If help I are mad: to notify them by m at Cameras >l b.M 11.a
and "Your Right to ,Know": meaning had s.1 amended hy the Acts .( Mini
your available quickly. senger. and July J. Intl.
right to full mfWrnatiiJi I I II.
on events in the .
world about Of The van rmcJar
I. At a recent meeting cf the Lutz Among emergencies that have ,
.I ye1l'e want to emphasi/e that this is !NOT; limited i Civic Association tnls problem been handled quickly and with weekly 11'18.I at Yen Flvida hr Ora'

ID the national :and international scenes. It applies to was under discussion. The suggestion I amazing efficiency Include a'' County Slut .f of Fkrlda II....iM _. .

J local occurrences as well. was advanced that the heart attack of one member; a [ ,",rO" nw a N
This, is hard for some people to-unders-tand.! community purchase fire fighting brush fire that would have completely .the Cut and.mono II C'.UI".(..read..eprsrarl eba. M14Jftt

1 wax indignant They equipment and organize a voluntary destroyed a home Ii aid ln duly spurn -.....0114 m r
: over Russia's refusal to atomic I flows and says that he k tie Ed
1 f. control,] permit : fire department. But a better had not been available ;Iomptly.i I..h.-r of the von Ur.l al
yet see no retson.h: )' the public plan was advanced by Col. W i nnd a case of snake-bite that the folli wane i.. the boot.,. d kWh/
should\ be Mir and being' a tnw -
told of developments in a municipal sewer con- E, Myers a retired Army officer, I might have proven fatal If help ownrnhp. mOl itnr.nl iw* I I

trover ) They sneer at movie stars who "vant to ,Iv who has purchased an attractive I I could not have been had and weekly the, .ml..k"olrculatwr. ": or ate Ineedb d lit'

alone," yet tisk that mention lake front home in the area. transportation to a hospital made laid publ".,..n our tin dolt,ilmlabov
of their social and business nquvcd b, flit Will
activities Backed by many years of available.An .mended. U tbw"
be omitted from rust 14 'HIS a.
press. They expect to he tical organization prac'j I added of the March I. 1MJ. and Job l L'M'' '
given all details r.'i! the death of a president or UN mediator volunteered his services! In M7. "'",the.tal renewofOnIle Law, and nuUMitd ,, ''
Is has done on
plan that it more :
yet t cannot: understand I. That the adstdlenit'pnblishv .
wha local ing out an emergency map that .nun'. "
newspaper than anything else to revive the .h'
should hare similar interest in circumstances surrounding would link every member and business manaytn am
old American spirit of neighborliness *, caw> J-iU
the through the use of the telephone Publkl.er
Jepirture of beloved .
a local resident. ass V...ii.. FIrufa.Editor
bring aid In the and understanding. It has 0.
**". A little quickly anywhere Pete 8. '<"o..r. r VI,
thought, however should nuke .
everyone widely scattered district through served to closely knit the entire Venice. r lor ula.I .
realize: thjt free speech and freedom (.f information must t a system of alerts. community and developed a Civic. That the 0.0'1'1 nut. 'Dm fa

s apply to ;al1l level of our society t and not to jiiit a few This plan has been perfected spirit that presents a united ice Pete. lorlda.H. Um vrr. I' 0

selected stratis.: 1 Like charity, it must begin at home and and put into practice and has front for progress and develop Ic,Janet FloridaLJa'Wrrg I. .t-n. .'r.F, OIW III

apply to each of us \not jlst to "the other guy." Some proven so practical and successful ment. '!

times this result in \ that the community has patented Unselfishly Lutz offers to ... ,II
may publicizing of facts we would, or r-_
rather It and copyrighted a published share her plan with other rural rroiuLr mur5."
keep hidden or it \ require extra effort
may to asem'Me description of its opera communities and offers to pro curium aver

:< !' .and! J pass details: on to those who represent thpolitic e tion. vide Information and details concerning None 4. That the two I"""'*;;....

umur.,11 our: newspapers. Hut if \v e believe in the Hinges jm, Map It to such rural sections giving the ..r," rf.r. f W

American form ot "overnment :and way of life, we'must The whole plan hlndc on an Interested enough to tnake inquiry I lain holders. not. and.,oIV see the Ibh, .yfqrm Y

each dt) our I part to suppivt t its principles. And Freedomof accurate detailed map of the entire This Information may be banks oeugrlty of talks the e?,I'pi.nY lad::

information is one of these principles. area which shows the location obtained by writing Lt. Cot. Walter I where the /urhl?Idrr bsks or.r tie
of each member elves the E Myers. Ret., Lutz Emergency appears upon the utter (60latwn
\\ e bring this matter up because we have been asked phone number and shows the Committee Lutz Florida. as trustee. the 0'name in .r any h. Versus. i"10

several times in the last few weeks to omit, alter, shortest route to each home or Ilion gives for a1.whom that 'urh the -it tra too"15

"play down" or in some way deviate from the truth in farm by road. Key phone num Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stockman full ntain knowledge.tntemintii I and J"T i _.a..b
presenting news. Our in each bers Include nearest fire station, .. and enInbnttorkholden a '..
reply case was that, 'I of the Gulf Drill elebrated their .um..n. and "" 554
while we wished to be sheriff office, hospitals ambu- lOih wedding yester 'JJ '
anniversary upon
cooperative, our judgment must not
lances and the State HighwayPatrol puny rrn 'WJt': ; to
always: be based: on 11 \\ values :and not on personal In type large enough to bread day. ties Ino eapac-u at.1 his t4W r
bona ''"'' owner ,
preferences.A at a glance when hung on reason 10 teltev. thRl In how
association' Or a'urnnr: :I h .
newspaper must, for its own go/id and the the wall. SHOfcS 0.9 dt r o I n' th' a
o word"
Membership of the associationIs FIXED bon.... other
good of its community, ignore destructive rumors :and broken down Into units ad by him. oust",, d
of 10. WHILE .
avoid giving added notoriety to unnecessarp: scandal.: Each unit has one General Alert YOU .each 'to.u"tf-V'/hl.. 'ublYsof ?,,!.10W of

But once an event has taken place that: qualifies: as news, member whose duty Is to get the dlatrlbuUKlroufh sa.-vjtf.ssf JW Ions ill'

even the smallest members cf his unit to the WAITDeke's
the facts emer-
paper as completely '
Shoe ....... u ass i (1)10)
and it is gency location as quickly as pos Repair k*"
impartially as able, and let the chips fall and lu..erlbed.
Bible: each member bringing such Heat to OU Ftnr SlatlMVMM : rn to '" .
where they may. < At.. Colored Oat". I' day of Octobw. ?, W*
equipment a
as they have available seal) cap IM J'r .
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Lie STENOGRAPHIC WORK sled ..>. Mint sacrifice for quick cash NOTICE OF INTENTION TO USED DESK preferably r .-../
Dietitian. Addressing REAL ESTATE SERVICE ..I.. Alston Trailer Park Phone 3S7. I REGISTER HCTITKHH NAMES with typewriter lUnd on I lift .ide.. rrio n t1
mg ....._. S
and Legal Work I The undersigned dun hereby wrKv must be low Army iiruluti '
Lrttm 8 l..
mmpt and Efficient Service > Rentals UFED FURNITURE of all kin do. V... that he la i-i.rt.lni on the biialnrM of See Pete Ctnnver at Gondolier l eRfww
PHONE 381Zi Coverin_ In Tendons Pool (87 W, Miami Avtnu buv'.". telling and otherwise dealing ", jh
._ oil of SOUTHWEST phone I real and ptrnonal properly at 8ra...itnHi.rl.la
eat home undir the flrtltlinii name i.f Hii-:
to beautiful
roll Paul Nave Coastal riverfront estates PINES for Hie Any trio G,. Co., Department I Not Inv
| SEPTIC TANK CLEANING ed and unimproved location Including Improv site. .., amount. Five cent nek. Rot I I .piratedI. which bii.lniw I. .1... aomo.tlmee I
rqaliimmt Work tropical islands .beach Carl OWnJorf it Venetian .
Cleanvra.TWO carried
pompinn gushme propertka. on tinder the firtlllouii name
Initials Joriiei business ROOM with hath prfxalun .tra.e.-; .
Sarasota 11.170 or Venice Opportunities of Elrrtilr Gas C.. S.it IncornornMlind
Ins Motor couru and, income trailer setups....,.. Inchd-hot.li. 1911 Dump Tricks, Chevrolet and that Mid business It owned In Nsentirrt7r residential dl.trli-t. Phone 2118C. r
openatitor rnrhe, forms and For.lt lira 1946 Ford straight truckl will bv the lindenhmrd trunk 1.
j/kL/ HAULING and contracting Large and ....11 tract of bond Krvta A -oil or trade, Call Loul. Adorjan. 861.3.IIKKIT Conrail whose pUre of redden,* In 1192South
,rk. Murk fill dirt shell und. complete rental Receipts Send for fret Oro.v. Ave..... 110..t. Florida
Phone 2011.ERESTED h-criptlve fnlriera and maps of this trop. FKIFK with thn. J..hn.on It la mv Intention to apply to the QUICK RELIEF FROM
\keel - In good miaonrr, Coleman KM '.nw... ttmt Reading, Sarasota County Flnrlili. to mrl'trr the Symptoms Distress Arblnctaa
Irk or block work, call 1. K. Hill. JFFPCOTT REALTY Ihranh Traitor Park Enirlrn.GEHMAN '....". Mid names of -iKh bll" "'". under. the
INVESTMENTS provisions of rl.rpter 2UU69. La"i ifHon.la STOMACH ULCERS
U7 First Street .MADE Sl... :: :Act cf IIHI I
F.rt M,.... Flerlda"Ever im Itotines
PETE WORK and tracking. Louis tliln mlnUlui-r rumors with ScnnclHer 15 Witnesses mt hand thin SMh toy of S.',.. DUE TO EXCESS ACID
I" Phone Venice t 5. ) In Real Fjtate"Both lent in Oimpur .hutur Al... Retort MI. Ipmhpr. 191M. Free .ofHomiTr .......
the USUAL and UNUSUALDESIRABLE roinatte Sl,,,,,,, PI..h unit IM fur entire FRANK J. CONRAD ati
SIDE Woman will take cam ofN ."iitlit both In sexed nnilltion. Vlnic cold Publish I ('ct. 1. K. 11u5.22. 104H. Mutt H.lp.r It WIN Cut Von ......
.nllna ear arttrnuona. Apt f. to. .help pay for larger prnnpf mmpra. -- --- Over three million bottle of tinT W....s.. "
BELOW of bu.I.... *\'. fete Cnnnvtr .l Gondolier .
A and residential .it. ittln NOTICE OP INTrNTIO: TO r TM NT hive boon sold for nlifl 4
city or Venice
avmlltoOl.ord"I".I.i.R from $t..rand
TAKE con of little tlftl. my owner. Interested suggest WWI i. Duodenal Uluri dU.lo Excess V>M_
a. or nlith M... Hinklrjr. Nokoor _11..Ia. Add..... Box 88. Venice. Fl. LEGAL NOTICES The undiivlrnnl ilu htnbv .ertifv Mi Poor Dlfntlen, tour or Upwl stood
1611. they am amductng" an ,10'trie and oar
1 ROOM HOUSE. frame .p.Ii..... w,,,'Ie. huoinen .1 Forenda.Flunda. dll" to C....Heartburn.. Aci.. Hold lI..pI-on 1.dn t.' 4rI4I1. it C
OD WIN FRIENDS. EASILY' with seven Into In "N ikomli. ron.tnrtn. under the flitltl 1".0 name u.Heclrli A.k fur "WlllataMMiage" whack I IxifUliu 5ttlar i
12 too Allen NOTICE: OK INTENTION : (... I' .. Department 4 iN.Hli.corporat.ill
,roe'r. no\U.1 seesaws. Th"1 ,artcorner lot in B. TO tUii truauubnl-/teas-at .Myl
y Point Trlrphonc .
RFRISTtR FICTITIOIS ohlrh ln.m! +> !I. alai 1
.nn' In your part-time selling D. Ht.llnnd .t Venire zmsCOTTAFINTHF..riNFS. NAMES
.":. 'I.I Aviin Cwmrtic. TrainQtilik The nnlmilirned do hereby >...4irnef conducted under the flrtltloname ',, :
cwtiV that rilE RFXAIL STORE
ten, Chri.tmae salee l now. they are cundiiitin* an elwtrlwl of Hwtri.' *, (i... ('... I>;"1 Inpuratnll ..,"
IQ raylor.; We 2021., rt. Myir. I garnMl. '"".""" I 1..1..,,i at F......,ta. Florida,con..... mil that Mill firm l. romp o'
II often white frame Cape Cod n.tl.ir 01'h.* fletitlms nn .,f Hwlrlc A l.d 1.1 Ih. 1"11"info I'.."'.' whore namw
I from IP9 to U.,11II. including big, l.t 1I'pn.t".t 2 /* ,.. and pl.ren nf r.-l.l..nir are an Mllmii i iI I DependableService 1.
(RING lawn mimprm.. stoves Set them tt Hnwlhiirne and Tuttle A,.... ('d"l"nVoh Imsintwo I. rise ..llt"BT, n' I rank J. lonrul till"' Rnuh I'rnnui Air-
mooing mn'him, 'han,,,.>ln* Tentui. dotted under the rirtitloui! name (..fFl'"ik'P. nice Knran.ui li.ri.la. Dale r'. Wn.l
4 to.k C A. Limb off the Trail ?., ('". ,Nol """"firaMl and man 4711 Alt. VI.la Av. MISH.n....'arlnrila .
h Harhor. I STUCCO ..< firm I. .ml..od of the and Amlr.w J. Iltinin, t"mil.illle .
HOUSE, nix immune and bath follnn. ...,... < .
tnr F .la
all miNlirn with ra.. Completely furnlnhrri pT on hwe names and places of Koa.l fn "r WE !SPECIALIZE IN' '*
:i Large Ford and font One mile fn.mNokrimn mlilmi'* an- .. MlMM frank J. C"nmd (I"ne..|IT.! of .i.l.l iu-inro. In u ("I.I .
R QUICK. RELIABLE not ntrin. 14,OHO Mm, Thilixi I1W "",,,th Orange Avenue. K-,. lows: Frank J. Conrad II 1-9' I'..to..n Chrysler Products .
""ta. "'...hI.. and Dealt I 11 Andrew
SERVICE CALL Kmithenlc.. flay Trailer Park F Wwlrnun, 416 F Kimiman 1.911. and
| Alto VI.1. Avniie Snra.nta. Fwl.la II 1.1'1.
Own.r.hip. of -nld bnnlnnu li a. f.il.r"'w : It In our IntHi.Hi.n lo apply to the
Venice'lumbing LOST ..... J.-r-r'-6"-{; < Dole Clerk fif the Tinult Court In and for NOKORIISGARAGE/ '
I Sarasota County, Horlila.. to nKl.tor Inc
Shop It In mir Int.ntl.in to apply to the raid ,..m,* i>f tnh h".I..... under tlii
EVLRSHAKP: Fountain l-rn al N..ki. Clerk ..r the (Iniilt C.nirt In and fur /1.1..1 Chapter, 20"53. Laws ofF F
tabs H.'n.h Irldiiv earning' n'o'ord. 801tlnunlal |Rar..i.ta County Florida. (n wMw the lordo. A -t. of lull
114. Venice Phon. 2153 taluc. id.... i. K. Hill i I'huni .a'd name,. of .",'b Io".i.-, und,.r the FRANK J. 'ONRAD a
1 31.4. r.I..,n. of Chinlcr 2 l'M. f...'t of F.or-
,101.. Arlo 01 1941. DAI If W WHDMASAVDRFW : I GEORGE T. DEVLIN;
Witness nor hnd.. this 2bth day of 11..... .1. I1KOWN Phone Z581
twnWr, linn. I'ubll'hl CVL I. B, 15. 22. IMS
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Close at One !'AltnUI: : N mwjbm
Saturdays Publish I CM. I, II. 15 22. lit"



The "iinilwlrr. sin hiMty e"rtifv I'..'
II. N. \VIMMERS Realtor ', they are ,,,, u.ll.'t an electric and /.. I .
emitooo", mrrrhaediing hxrinoe .t
'ftaruwli. Florida. owner the flrlliluieNot' F H k
PEMN: 'tXAK ;.TEIiEI'HOM: CO. ". .I t''r\' \ k (; C".. 11.tm.t'I
( Inmnmmledl'. ,'h bu.inm* I liaUo
FLORIDA POWER: AND LIGHT ...nu-llmeo nirduiteil untr the fietilioni I
WESTERN UNIONestern name of Electric: ( Ci. ('''. ..Nodfnn.rrorniwll Laurel Residents
and. that sad{ firm la pompom
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nf Ihifoil. ill no thuee
tam" and plant'. nr n.ridrnre err a. 1..1
Union Open en Sundays and llolldau 11 to H so-1R I....... rrink J. Conrad 1192 South
('..n". Steno, FaniMtu. Florida" anitllaro
0. Cinrnl cut South <>lr.ni'. AkeKaraxU ,
."8, Murldnnncnhii. The next time you wish lo purchase furniture
..f >Aid kuHini... IK me, fi.l- ,
G.le wn I'.nd; (rank. J.M'I Conrad 5'1't' and Hurry or just look over new furniture thai ycvi 1 :are coit- :

/ It .is i.". Weather. t.i apply In the bu int ,
Rally/ Clock of the Circuit Court in and fur siJerinjj>;; ) 1:;, change: the locknf the scenery
WE INVITE YOU gara..ita County, HorWa. to mtl.t r the
odd names of much bivinnu under the by driving south on the Trail.
ours pant slum of Chapter 2I.K91 Ui of
I I'forede.. Act of I'lllUllntw .
To visit our Modern Abstract our bonds thl. Wth day of SipHKKY Punta Gon.1a is just 3:1 i miles south of Laurel = 1

Plant. We enjoy showing you trnbr'r. 191X. FRANK: J. ( 001011 r :
That is aIm the home off
how we work to make yoar (J' ONRAD j I
CF Publl.hl Oil I. f, 15, 82, 1IMH. I

1ZfLE abstract. _____ ___ I

1N5UtlANf.E ABSTRACT Western Union Moves I King, Furniture Co.

Charles A Reiter of the tn :

TITLE INSURANCE wood Automatic Laundry r 6

over the Western Union office C'1 whore you will see the largest stock of quality J .

Englewood on Oct 1. It wa furniture in any one store between 'I 1 ampa and ';

Abstract Companyof nounced this week by Mrs H.
Wimmers. local Western N'I Miami.i

Sarasota manager. The Englewood office I

for the past four years has b-cn i,

Bra J. Drunon President taken care of by L. A. Alngcr ,

ROOFINGRoof : "We Feather: Your Nest With A Little Down"Arcadia i
sssessrs 444444444444.44444..4444 doss fs f elf. WOlk of All Kinds 1

Then You Want A Plumber Bad i [ ALVIN P. JONES PUNTA GORDA Ft. Myers

Home 2981
Phon.at Bus. 2873
Bo Sure That He Is GOOD J I iri.r1'ii p|.

'Dependable Plumbing t -

Contracting RepairingFull t

Line Fixtures and Materials :

Water Pumps Pipe and Fittings t



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GOP Smitty's Tavern Begins MarcLeague

I Continue 1 from Page One)

explained the new ballot, which

they raid would make possible a

Republican) victory In this area. i
i f Vote for Each Office Champs. Gals' 'I{ g' Results Beginner's 'Pin League KMI Enrollment 1 ftJ

Complete details of the ballot To Be Organized MondayA In School's 104 YeJT.

have not been made public, but Like Carbon CopiesThe
Beat Electrics new *B' squad bowling league A record-breaking .
they asserted a photostat obtained 301
from the secretary of states outcome of the matches in designed especially for beginners now enrolled in the J*

t office disclosed It11I requite the Venice Women's Bowling will be organized under Military institute lt

t : voters to Indicate their choice for For First PlaceThe League on Wednesday night look auspices of the Venice Men's Ky., according to ayear's ? ll

Ii each individual office, This will ed almost like a carbon copy of Bowling League next week. first issue of the

i' make It Impossible to vote arros Smitty's Tavern Bowling the results piled up by' the men's An organizational meeting will eye Anvil school paw

straight ticket with one checkmark I squad, which won the city league league this week The story did not its ,
and thus will increase the I I championship last year, looks A* In the men's group, a Smit be held at 8 p.m Monday at the many attended the gad:;

'I 1 vhnnrej of candidates from par- like It may be on the way toward ty's Tavern squad defeated the I Bcmlakacie] according to Ernie year, but indicated that tit'

I'm! other titan the Democratic I doing It again Venice Electric] 'Petticoats." The Peter, president of the men's Jen corps w", the ](rnltl

I The Democrats traditionally ienvive I Rolling a lluee-game match at score was three games to none, league. school 104 years ot hist,
their support In Florida however, and did NOT put the also said they
the Venice Bowlakade last night, There will be no limit on ages reps
I, from straight,: ticket voter,
states three
. ] tile bar-room boys took first winners In the top spot. he said, and youths of high I' foreign BBS
The OOP candidates also and two
place in league standings by Because of previous victories possessions,
i de-I school M well as adults will
point d out that registrations for age The
feating the Venice Electric the Petticoat are' still at the' entire cadet MI
the November general election lots, with whom they were tied top of the team standings, with I be wekumcd The biglnner'a will brought to Venice each Ir!

would close: next .atudiv Oct. last week for the top spot six wins and three defeat II lecelve Instructions from ChristI spend the cold months IKMI's ;
16, and uifxl all qualified per-
The win gave Smitty's seven Tied for second place Is Smit- I Hyronlmus former national competition winter quarter t
I ,"or$ I m the area to sign up before I I
Uctoilcs and only two defeats, yj' and the Dyseven Texaco bowler who is now em- heart of the city Thj p
the deadline if they have not
but left the ElecttIcs In second Girls] who beat the K-Club las- last year on Jan t ml nsa
at the
lone 5' place with six wins and three tes In three straight games. This north on Mar 26.
in the courthouse
at Sarasota
They will also roll on a night
1 IlossM, left the Dysevens with five victories -

The match, postponed from and four losses, and the that does not conflict with either George Bolts or the ta

Fishing Strike Over Tuesday nluht b"cause Sponsor K-Club with only two wins and the men's or the women's league Bowlakade wa taken tolti

Venice area flshel'all'n:10: Smyth Brohard of Smitty's had even losses I This would probably make It Municipal Hospital H ta

t staged a strike a fortnight aso to attend a city council meeting, Huh leon either Monday. Thursday or Fri- by his wife He Is then Ir
((1 when dealer announced one and was a hot one In fact at the High Individual score for the I day nights, depending on which routine checkup trpatnij

' two-cent cuts in the prices they end of tie first game it looked evening was a 165. rolled by Ihla I Is most convenient for the members kidney complications and favatlon

i would pay for mullet and other like a bad night for Smitty's for Beaublen of the En seven, She I ,
fish returned to work last week the Electrics outrolled their op- was run a close race by Marie

'It Officlals-of! the Sarasota Branch ponents and came up with a Pfaff of tile Electrics, who got

M the Oiilfcoast Fishermen' handicapped; total of 1038 to 96r 164 Scores If 160 were also piled ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT

Vnlcn. which] represented the Smltty'f seemed to get better up by Bernie Banged-Up Pot-

t; :men paid fie sealers had agreed as the' pressure came on how abr of Smitty's and Ella Peter of $1.50 bushel $1. ) bushel

to !",to:e the price% to their for ever They managed to push I I he Electrics

1P 1 mer Irvrls of 14 cents per pound their score tip to 993 In the next -- -- --- Buy 'em by the dozen, tog
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' for mullft, etc Some 210! local I fame, while the Electric slipped .. fI'
Well Wednesday night tit the Sarasota ,I. Good flavor, early \ ariety, juict)
fishermen refused to take their a notch into 986 And then the .
;) beats on' during the stuXeItr tavern lads copped the final / Bowladrome, beating the 'i.' '. F. E. PLATT
1 game and match with a third- Sarasota Ballentine Ale squad by f
; two games This gave the local STONE GROVE)
quick rp I Mh score keglers
seven wins and
DOZIER Classified Ad. The regular Tuesday night
five defeats since the Phone :%:
; matches also left the ,Englewood I county league I
: was started.
Merchants with sixl1ns and
't'arponCenter i three deieats putting them In a -

II tie for second place with the
Electrics Venice Furniture was RECOND

put in third place with five and
TIDE TABLES ; four; Earl's Garage and Adorjan
Trucking are tied for fourth

r;} \FMCE INLET with four wins and five losses -'f s

"Ii irunta Rasa Correction) i each; Jossart Plumbing ha* drop-
' ped to fifth place with three

i I, I I/.h Lew wins and six losses, and Venice
I H. .1 t Food is still! in the cellar with
: ?;foam :95
j Fnt.: (I,|. a, 5.: !J
.. am :55 pm win to eight lov-es
*" l>"I in 4:12 one
0 m. "lw 0 m.
* it F11;: am a:21 p m. The that
broUht these
Tu..., Oft M 1\ :-4 r m 2.55 a m. games
a 115 4:14 standings saw Englewood beatEarl's "
0 m.
' : i Y4.. Ort Hr 11:23 p .:: 4:1A a I,,: SPECIAL ANNOUNCING
1 p:41 om ,1.59 pm.1'111I. Oaage. two tc one Venice
.. (irt 14 1125 p m 1 :45 0 n,.
.. need r" 5: I p ... Furniture defeat the JcK-artt. Up to .x6u' worth of Records
I Yrl, vt. It 11 :18. pm 5:25r,25 a m. two to one: and Adorjan Truck- The 1949 Philco Conso I e11'I'IU
1\ 1 ,
: 0. 54Ii
"n. Ing dropped Venice Food two to \v its etch sale -fl: Radio -

-0- one Pin totals to date are 6B33 Record Change,
for Your choice) of all in our shop.AN'T' si, FM, Automatic
'I Live BaitTackle Smitty's: 6693 for the Electrics !

: 6734 for Englewood; 6782 Ora very liberal allowance on Two arms for .,t'tnJlrJ III!
I for Venice Furniture! : 6948 for

All Types of Boats Earl's: 6199 for Adorjans: 6639 dour old Radio. long pl.ivins reorJ'': ,
for Jossaits, and 6523 for Venice
Available Our Dock-,--I Food

e \. The Venice "All Stars" also did I Also A Store Wide 30 Percent Discount

YOUR CHILDREN II On AM' Merchandise Except Radios and Records -

Gel t Band and String Instruments Volumes

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