Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00140
 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 15, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079934:00140
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Kon Criticizes Venice Story Is ToldIn Yacht Catches Fire Off the Inlet v

Flying Plan Literary FloridaThe 11

solution Among last month Venite-No'to-nls some when added! Literary publicity area Flor-received At End of Cruise from New York (

ejects for Fall ida monthly digest-size nnga-.

tine published at Tampa, de-

esolutlon condemning the voted seven pages of its SeP- 3 Legion Heads Rescue Flops

n'. Administration for It! tember Issue to articles' on the II City Welfare Body

.dvised policies regarding twin communities..
Quit at Eng'wooilFormal I
training": for former ors The articles give a general So Horans Plans New !
-sed the No-Vel Post of Policy ; '
by picture of the Ve-No area out- resignations from three

erlcan Legion this week. line the history of the No-Vcl ol Its officers have been receivedby

t criticism, put In formal American Legion Post describe the Lemon Bay Post of the Save SelvesAfter Stranded 'Barm Family "

t at the post's regular! meet. the lychee orchards of Col\ William American Legion. Englewood, the

[onday night at the Legion R, Grove at Laurel, and Oonroller was told yesterday bya Makes Meeting TimelyTheir
travelling about 1.500
n \V Venice Ave, resulted discuss Fishing In Venice. the
member of organization miles from New York without a action made more timelyby
refusal of the VA to auth- There Is also a full page of pic-
Those who were bald to have mishap the cruiser 'Wilhel- the plight of an impoverished w
flying: lessons for several tures showing the Tarpon Cen- Alabama family that stranded t
resigned were Commander: Wil- mina owned by Mr and Mrs was 1\ a

''eterans ter docks, an air Mew of the liam A. Jcnas 1st Vice Commander Frank Horan of Treasure Island here on Tuesday, members of t

Venice Inlet and a green on the the Venice Social Service Committee k
excuseId Hugh Glascott :and Mrs. was the scene of a fire aj she

to be that the vets could local golf course. Gla-scott, who was secretary-trea- headed In toward Venice shortly met at the Civic Centeron oj

ibmit a worn statement I A full page of advertise- mrer of the post before 7 pm. Wednesday I Wednesday morning and \1

the training would benefit ments by local firms is carriedat Jonas could not be reached last The blaze started in a clothes I worked out a policy for handlingall ,
the back of the book. Circu- types of welfare problems in fi
professionally The resolu-
night: for a statement on the reason closet and was caused according 'I

pointed out. however, that lation of the magazine U not for hit action The Olascotts to Horan, by a silk robe that the community, tIt

duals requesting other types known here.Venice were said to have quit because of brushed against an electric I I was the first session that 4'
Inirg were not required *o Mr Gla cott's ill health, which switch as the 38-foot yacht rolledIn the volunteer group, which opei- r.

It such statement forced him to leave Englewood the choppy seas. Heat front ates under auspices of the Sarasota :! :,

\as also stressed that sInceowel' NegroesGet yesterday to enter a hospital in I the dIesel engine also resulted in County Welfare Board, had '

was recognized as onee Washington, D. C. I spontaneous combustion he said, held In more than six months I

prime[ forces for protector Blood TestsCounty New officers will be elected at and the fire burned through Insulation The session was planned some t

nation, the VAs policy on the post's regular meeting Mon-i on the switch wires and time ago and had no direct

lessons actually is danger- health officials, assisted day night to fill the unexpired caused a short circuit nection with the Alabama con't'

by Chief of Police Herbert O. terms of the three leader The the actions taken was
o the welfare of the countn I The fire was discovered Imme- t
Hanchey, gave physical examina- trio was chosen at the oiganlza- and be- a decision that In the future. !loll .f
e resolution will be sent to diately was extinguished
tions and blood tests to residentsof lion last general electlln in local relief cases '
A at Washington, D. C.; to last fore any serious damage was emergency
the Venice Negro quarters L. A. Alnger. 2nd vice com to four-man
April, should be referred A
8 senator and represertaIn done. The boat's running lights I
cekend will be in charge whose
mander, investigation committee '
Florida, and to state were knocked out however and
Purpose of the tests Hancheysaid members will determine whether '
Horan feared another fire might
quarters of the legion 1
was determine whether any Rotarians Hear PriestIn start before he could travel the help is actually needed. Then appropriate I
To grit Automobile venereal diseases be taken ..... :
of the Negroes had action will I
dealing with other matters, or other communicable aliments : Impromptu SpeechVenice remaining five miles to shore. So either by the committee or .
the marine
he contacted
jnnalres decided to sponsor Those found to have Infections Rotarians ware treated Tampa by radio-telephone and through the county board. I
of automobile betweenand
a new
will be given treatment yesterday to an Impromptu asked for help.Seaman Family h Fed r
Oct 27. Net
be proceed either here or In the state hospi- speech by Dr. Leonaid W. S. Sent by Car The Alabama family a crippled I
donated to the American
tal at Melbourne, in order to protect Stryker of the St. Marks Episcopal husband, his wife and their f
on Crippled Children Homet. The operator contacted the S'
both them and others. Church. three children was given a ,
Petersburg The home was Petersburg coast guard station ...
The chief reported that ten of The speaker scheduled to appear meal at the Gulf Grill on Tues j
>ed tome 15 years ago and Is which Immediately sent a seaman
those examined have already at the club regular lunch- day after being Interviewed by ;
only one in the United States down this way by automobile, Instructing I
been sent to Melbourne It Is expected eon meeting at the Venice Coun- Rev D. Campbell Crawford of the 'I t
ortfd by the legion Severn him to locate a boat as
they will return when discharged try Club could not attend So Dr. First Baptist Church. They told r 'I
children have been admitted soon as he arrived in Venice! ./Th"
from the hospital in Stryker an honorary member Crawford, who Is chairman of the ,
Jie institution CO also telephoned Police .
about 10 days. Results of testson who happened to be at the meet- committee, that they had left : 1
wnmander John A Johnston, I Herbert O. Hanchey at Venice
Into service. In Montgomery sev- : 1
the remainder of the quarter Ing, was pressed their home
IIIls and asked him to take action (
also appointed an ad- 50 or 60 residents will be known As his theme, Dr. Stryker elab- Byron eral weeks ago and had gone to 'I I I
chief, after picking up
ry committee to help new :
orated on one of the Rotary prin- Seven) I.,
shortly. and Miss (Continued on Page
Earl, Keys
tees fill !
out their question- -_ ciples, "Service Above Self," He .ILI :
Is and to advise them on the I Mr and Mrs William Joseph of pointed out that in present day Billie Woodruff, started out "o :
In Handles
Center Wimmers l
sea from Tarpon
Continued )
on Page Seven the Venice Department Store are times, men In responsible positions "
another launch, the Sklppy"
I expected home this weekend should not lose sight of the Gardens y
Venetian !
I The rescue attempt failed when It
rutmai Parcels for GI'sin
from a buying trip to MiamI. I thought behind this principle
the launch broke its rudder con-

Mails Right Now trols and had to be towed back in Fiank V Davle. northern 9 11 z

cthns! were reminded this Pioneer Stagecoach Driver by Ernie Peter, who had followed broker who last week announced the "1-

k by Mrs R. E. Fields, local them out in his boat, the "Miss was launching the Venetian "I/ : "
Mona" The "Wllhc mlna"' came Gardens real estate development t .'

Icemen mistress, serving that packages overseas for Dies at Home Punta GordaMrs. in under her own power, led by four miles north of !here, Hi ,I, ,-

pld be mailed immediately inft a boat from the Fast Coast Fisheries I I Sarasota yesterday to return to :

and aided by car headlight his home office in Arlington \a 1 .
to ensure delivery in time Mary E. Brooks, 81yearold but that he was once forced to
Christmas and searchlights on the jetty, A He plans to make arrangements : J
Punta Oorrta woman 'outfox' a holdup man by rac- awhile
large crowd was waiting as for promotion of the development
'Nailing wartime days Mrs. was a guest cf the American Legion ing his coach down the side of a she arrived and Horan said there, according to Franz ,
ds said Venice Labor Day celebrations -
parcels for and at
navy mountain looked like they associate
yesterday It U Ferguson, a Sarasota ,
Ine corps personnel In remotes for the last two years '
After leaving the west, Mr. were coming Into New Yoik Instead and to return to Florida In about
should be in the malls toOI' advised the Gondolier this week happened
husband had died on Brooks bought a dairy farm in of Venice What two weeks t ti
that her
tomorrow Those for men
all\ 20 Mt. Upton N. Y., but later sold to the coast guaid'mari Is not Sale of home sites In the development -
services in Japan, Korea Sept
this and went to work for the known. will be handl locally bv
the Brooks, 80,
Pacific Islands should bet He was Eugene C
In Delayed by High Wind Wimmers, pioneer Venice
Norwich Pharmaceutical Co. a H. N,
not later than Nov,'I, whilee a former stagecoach driver, dairy
for nearby city He moved to Florida The 'Wilhclmlna' left the teal estate broker. It was Wlm-
other areas have a Nov. farmer and power company con-
I safety deadline Christmas struction worker many years ago for his health Huntington Yacht Club In New I mere who put through sale fir the

build the Florida at tract on which the development
& and helped York on Sept. 13 and stopped
can be Buffalo Corners,
sent at my time un- A native of
ov,15. N, Y. Mr. Brooks moved to South Power Co. lines along this sectionof various ports en route. In the will be laid out. The land formerly -

the coast Carolinas it was held up for two belonged to Col William R.
ra. Fields family when only
returned from Sara Dakota with
high winds, and while Orove, Laurel, and is opposite his
The old man had several heart days by
Hospital on Oct 2 and is three years old. As a young man
the Tamiaml
to this year's docked In a place called Oale lychee orchard on
Bering rapidly from injuries he drove a stagecoach between attacks just prior
but urged Cove, the Horans found they were Trail,
iced In an automobile acclt I Custer and Deadwood each day. Labor Day celebration

Her husband Is still being He told the Gondolier recently hIs wife to attend the program next to the Tokama," owned by Surveying crews writ over the

fined l to the hospital for ob- I that he had never had any "'Indian anyway. His condition was unchanged Mr. and Mrs George Gibbs; of the land[ this week and clearing is to

tion. trouble'! In the 60-mile run, when she returned. (Continued on Page Seven. begin a, soon as this is finishedt .


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Revival at Church of God charge of the,ce !
Rev A. I1'III"
tot the day. They were
100 at All-Day BarbecueOf Garage OpeningTo It Is
E planned
L. Bush of Lakeland and Rev to
Assembly of God Group A ill of revival meetings : talk
T M. Standt of Sarasota meetings during
held this week at the Church the e;Zlil
Members and friends of the Be Marked by I They will be held
of Ood OQ East Venice Are A each
of Ood church met last
Assembly 'Skeeters
Big, Bad, at '7:30 at the church,
Saturday on the church grounds guest evangelist Oene Smith of
on Venice By-Way for an all-day Attacked by Plane 'Juke Box' DanceNew Boynton Beach has been In Js JernIgan welcome Is to attend, pet t
barbecue. of the
About 100 persons enjoyed the Venice mosquito population .
beef which was furnished by Cat- which had seemed bigger and BuiUmg Open

tleman Albeit Blackburn of Laurel more ferocious than usual In the For InspectionAt First Time Offered. .

and prepared over an open last few weeks wa* "attacked" Saturday PartyAn I
,, fire by Robert Curry Lonrio Tuesday by a plane of the Sarasota The only available waterfront lots in this| eleia
Informal public "Juke box cectloVenice n with views overlooking both t.
r' Clemons and C. B Wilcox. Wo County Mosquito Control beautiful Don, 114
dance" and open house party will Bays

0ther ptorran.Filling the air with a solution be held Saturday night by Mr This Is connecting land between Enchanted sIts

4.N' ed by of DDT mixed with No 2 fuel ill and Mrs George Devlin, owners Point O Palms Estate. located on Sunrise 'Drta sr*
:f knd Mil A Springer. the skceter battling pilot fl,'w NokomIs. Lot are restricted to minimums of 100 t
of the NokomIs Garage, to celebrate a*
Rev C D Trultt pastor of the back and forth over the town for waterfront and 200 ft In depth
as' completion' a new build- High land County Taxes
church poke to the group more than an hour. Effectivenessof only Riparian:
t i did the two out-of.town guests his battle could not be deter Ing that will house their auto and Title Insured Uniform setbacks to preserve rill lilt

mined at'once, but tome residents mobile and machinery repairing beauty of the views. i

reported a noticeable drip In ihe business REASONABLY PRICED n

number of lying pests at night- The party will begin at 8 p.m.in Only, 1100 ft. available gee your local broker or cU

't yOU SAY SMASHES tall the building, which Is locatedon E. G. ENGMANOwner
I The upMjlnj was the first In
RfXAU the Tamiaml Trail near the )
I 1t
month Mosqif\
approximately R POINT O PALMS
,:; I HGH control flights were made here mice Nokomls Methodist Phone Venice ?7n ILORini
about once every twc weeks during Church In North Nokomis The

i" l htfI the mirrncr but the number will be no admission charge and

4t1 I IES-a WIT H hAd to be educed because of alack free soft drinks will be served to n

ft! THE NATION'S of fund, all who attend. I
1 should not affect -
The reduction Dalln who came here In 194*
' I GREATEST SALE the area serloush according after 10 years In business! at \iiiilly\\
J, M Iton Williams ilHI'n"The (
to Director
"I TAT Washington D C.. said rester.day -
; JIMe He explained last month tha'more 1 that heI as holding the par-
,, flight had already ben .
ty so people could nee the spotless
( DRIIINALi made then than! IP the I'n1l1"prel'lllI *I white building before it gets Bright Spot on the Tra:1' 1
and that flights
SALE sear dirtied tp" by mechanical:k
i :" would still be mnde when tes
He plans to open for busre>* r
I dit I indicated! it was ct'ssary. Dancing Nightlx

, t 1 __ _u_ _______ Monday.
it The owner added that he had r
I< ,. I I toe.' Man's Brother Diestouts loped to have a bard play for And on FRIDAY and SUNDAY MCHTS[ I

; I Sale Oct. I S Don!. 50. brother rf the dance, but that the ag reIl3'

John Manly Deal of Venice died lion he hired wa fwced to can ,1

{ I ), 20th( 21 1st lecentlv In Green Deal wa owner
because of a ml'lulIn its schedule -
PrInting Shop in
s 22nd 2Jrd: I .
I include his wdoll'! Mrs
Qumsit Type BuildingThe The "One Man Qvwtet"Whose -
\ada B Deal: a cn, Louis Jr,:
I I building is high 40 by
two dauchtersirginla and Josephine
fO.foot sit and steel quonset
The Itexall Store I aid three brothers ii structure with a cement floor aid Music will Keep' Your Toes Tapping
addition! to ManlY,
concrete block front In additionto
lift FHlF tRfAIF Masonic burial rites were held I
a large shop area and outside:
at D<>als! home town Moiganton -: PACKAGE DEPT. SPECIALS :-
:181: MMCE:: :: greasing and wash racks, It ha
N. C
been f'qUfPPl'd111' a rataan- '

V r4.4.x444'4444ttN44444444444d444t4N44444444When $ fu:-n'shed ladies lounge mei', Puerto Rican Rum . 2.S9 fifth

: \ You Want A Plumber Bad rocm and business office
that will be Installed
Equipment -
: Be Sure That He Is GOOD by next week eludes a new Quality Blended Whiskey SJ.2J: fifth

hydraulic greasing lack, pressure
i : Dependable Plumbing -
J ,
greasing equipment an motor
: Contracting Repairing; J analyzer, a brake drum turn 100 per cent Grain Gin S1.9"pint:

: Full Line Fixtures and Materials I I-IR lathe, etc The lathe Is saidto I IP.a Ii

: Water Pimp Pipe and Fittings ,?. I be the only one of Its type be- : 90 ProofPAINT<

1 I LT rs FIGtREWR Ton ESTIMATES: GIVEN kMT tween Sarasota and Punta Oordi
= Standard O:: Co. products will bfod '! :,
i t I

: ,,P:t'f' Venice, Florida Night' .Phnne \ The Nokomis Garage has been I
.... .. opeiatcd at the corner of the
,J .rl a.t
a.aatatra ... .r.aa.xis aiir r' UP
Trail and Colonial Ave. Nokomis 1
since! De\ln!; founded his business I
r In September of 1946 He plans to I For The Se5lQon'! r

retain possession of the old building [
t for a time and to operate 011
I branch of his business there If''

the building owner makes n .:::es-

I (Can ITRNISH Your HOME vary rejnlrs I II
Devlin Is native ,
| a of Wash:ni-

OK ton and owned a repair shop ,
; there before: rill to Florida
A i II" previously had been service \
SINGLE: I KOOMConvenient:
: Manager for
a Dodge and Pis- I
mouth agency in the capital
(IN i During the first 1\arIdl'ar he was I II I

a slpnalnifn I for tc U. S, Amy: I

tank co'p

TermsAT His wife, who has acted as his the Arrw
Have Your Property SPIC and SPAN for
cfiicc nnnagtr since their bu.i- PantJ1
our Winter Visitors A flesh coat of oar
ness was founded, |b a native of
everything look 1 like: newAuthorized ,
Virginia hnd1'01 ked for the federal -
social stcu ',ty agency before 1
i they came here She ad ester- I Dealer for:

Hng Furniture Con I day she b"gan vi:. til'g V.n!ce PAINTS VARNISIL':S DeCO
: while a girl. when her Kiand- Dt".NENAMEL ; s'EI
other. Mrs. Elizabeth Schutt, I "Better Things for and! V.\H1NE P AJ.1
owned and!! lived' on the property Better Livl.i :"

\\'e stand t squirely: Khm our sto;:In now known as the Tarpon Ce1ler.I I Lucas WEA1HER RESISTANT HOLsI.

i Devlin employees in the new PAINTDURAFILMWALt'I' '
"We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down" i garage will b" Fran! Hyder A I "A Great Name KWIK ENAMEL FLO i.'f'In

mechanic Venice Bay Tialerj: PaInts" And VARNISH

KING Park: Vnccnt B rrang michan For A tlmlted ,Tim Free Gift With Each Purchase
FURNITURE CO. Ic. Nokomis: Ray Beans, lubrica-

"We Feather Your Nest With A Little Down1 tion and gas attendant, Nokomis VENICE PAINT STOKE
; Charles Bea!ley. general
Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. Myers :I helper Sarasota, and Wallace Let Us Recommend A RELIABLE Painter '

Devlin, apl enLlce. one of the GULF ffllEATRE BtlttDTNO f"Nlr J4II+,-
I owner sons


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October 11, 1948 VEVICZ GONDOLIER Page Three 1

I I I Photographer Holcomb Interests, !,' I l'l'I '
dolier Adds selling because of other
I[ a'Believer'I
Back After VA Battle., SportsMerchant !I he said,
I I Richardson opened the store in
eatures tojroveService I Harold H (Happy) Holcomb a I! ,. February of 1947 He said this
:I photographer for the U, S. Armyin the R I I I I week that his business hours for
the first World War, returned I I i at, 303 the present would be 8'30 a m. to ,..' ,
here recently after a Uo-muiih i! lleves I 6 pm.. but that after Nov. 15 h- y'.,1
visit In Washington D C bles to It '
from Sam
; would be open
to ..ib. InstilleJ: 'V I He reports that while in the Oi Ii pm 'so fishermen can pet; their f I
nations capital ho waged a fruitless .. he (' : damaged reels repaired overnight
nklm battle with Veterans AdmInIstration ing ( for tile next: .
and he ready
taIng-lie I Is Leased :' bureaucrat; over bene- er, the days catch il ; r,
'\tmce Gondolier, jour fits due him as result of his war near :: t f.\I.' .:
hometown .newspaper,I service. He al-w covered several i too, he
two new features to its: photographic assignments for the caught it 1
[this week to enable it to American Legion and a WashIngton trout
tier service to Its reader, newspapeiHclcomb I, ties :
se" and printing custom- tons one of the nations I: tiny
first color ohotographen Mr,
first! t was a photographic and taught this specialty; to patlentj verify 1':1
ment, equipped with a in the Walter Reed Hospital I stood, Specialty"'I I
Graphic camera and ate shortly after War One He IS' Specialty"I ( I Complete
; processing laboratory now living with his wife Mar- trips a' j I s,,
'ill l enable the paper to pro- garet, in the Venice Bay Trailer with Banking! Facilities
Its own news pictures as are

us the advertising volumes I Commercial Accounts
an Increase In the size of WELCOME
*'ei>lvi Issue Meanwhile the Savings Accounts

ment will be available to Winter Residents : Safety Deposit Boxes
erchants and businessmenking
.Travclir Checks
pictures of their store FOR 1 1I'

counter displays em- ONE DAY LAUNDRY .
s and the like for advertlsiiiposes -
( Phone 3385 ACCOUNT"Y
Guide' to Prices I

second feature was a I Englewood Insurance Corp
Ilin Printing Catalogue.

from the Porte Publlsh-, I "Family Bundle Our Insurance $5000 '
o. of Salt Lake City. Utah Depositor i Y
r ;
iatalcime Is a guide to print-: f
nc M and Is used by leading
rs throughout the nation,
video for the constant flue !I';
ns In the costs of labor, ma- GRAND OPENING
and machinery, and pro- t
i the customer from over- 'j!
rins and the printer from ,,' 't,,
Iris work at a loss.er's ,

License Salees The Newest, Most Modern ,f


line 750 Venice area residents "
f pii rhn?>d new 1948-49 Flor- Southern Sarasota County
autcmobile driver licenses .
he Tjlor Hardware and Will Hold An -
t Co when ales ended there I !
tie, according to Mrs. Mary
h, deputy registrar v OPEN HOUSE PARTY jon
kus \\i a sin ble increase over
I year, when sales totalled
t 300. The permits have been '
Isale since Sept 7, however,
I' last year they ,were avail- i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 rI
i locally for only a week.went r
driver's licenses expire S p.m. until -? ;
Sept 30, and no one mayfly
operate a car on highways "
(he state unless he has a newor
( a permit still valid In an- Free Dancing Soft Drinks Etc .
r r state. Those who have not 1
[chased new licenses may do
at the Sarasota Courthouse. Come In, Get Acquainted and See Our

denton Negro Finedr SPOTLESS:: !NEW BUILDING
Complete Line of STANDARD OIL CO GAS OIL 11 f i:
Horne, Bradenton Ne
forfeited a $15 bond when heed
to appear before MayorIs 1SL\N HYlfAUI.IC GREASING LIFT I,
Is Suter recently to an- WASH RACK: :
*r a charge that he drove 60PS :I BRAKE: DRUM LATHE wti III' ;

per hour across the Inter- MOTOR ANALYZER 4
"tlon of the Tamlaml Trail and
nice Ave. He was arrested on l

! charge 0 Hanchey by Police Chief Herrt All Installed to Give YOU the Most Satisfactory % 1i I ':

Hornp told the officer that lie
1 Just received a telegram tha Auto Repair and :Maintenance Service Possible!! ""

sister I was critically 111 In Ft ,
ers, and that he was speeding
her side. He was unable to proce Our Work Will Be GUAR ANTEED : : .'
the telegram, however, ands ,

required to post bond before l" ,,_.. t
:ceding[ on his way 3s 'l" You Must Be Satisfied I Before We'll Consider i' ,
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633 -Sarasota2529 31DEVLIN'S Finished!
Phones '" .I\i_"t. 1"tt': } Any.. Job

Ambulance T<::;;:: :. l H"

ServiceDay or Night NOKOMIS GARAGE

Prompt and Courteous'ROBARTSSHANNON
New Location on Tamiami Trail
Established Sept., 1946 NORTH NOKOMIS
Funeral Home I

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Venice Nokomis Englewood pTiI t

Janie's Jottings w

?i By Janet T. Conover I' e

t*., Gondolier Social Editor Plan Two Gala Halloween Carnivl ,5.

d There Is a very happy family In Nokomis this week. Col and e

Mrs J, J. Nealon are entertaining their son, Capt I, W, Nealon, his Englewood Club V-N Fete I L r

wife Irene, and their baby. Llndls Marie This Is the first time In Ve-No-Hi's School Paper !

about two and a half years that the elder Nealons have seen their Oct. T
Picks 22
as Makes Year's First Bow
son and the very first glimpse they have had of their giand- For Oct. 29 J
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a. daughter So they having a '
are The first Issue of the "Toma
"1.f busy time catching up on conversation will remember Mrs. McMillan a Date for BenefitIn hawk" the VenIce-Nokomis i iI if ii ir ic
} Si and getting acquaint- well known singer from her visit High School student paper. 'KMIGA
t : l'd11th Hiss Llndls Marie Capl here two years ago at which time "rolled off the press" this weekto n

: Nealon and .ills family expect to sic was presented In a recl.al. order to avoid conflict with make Its Initial appearancefor h

' ;returning Mr. and Mrs. Mundy now have as 'a similar fete In Venice-Nokomis, the 1948-49 school year. A gala HalJo\\'e'tli Ca.'nI\

to Barksdale Field I guest at their home, Benjamin the annual Fall Carnival of the The eight-page mimeographed staged Friday evesiag
J I fehrevepoit ta. where he Is su- Bradford of St. Paul.0 Englewood PTA will be held next paper was established In 29- by the Venict,

tlom-d -0- Friday at the Englewood Elementary Parent-Teacher Aim, gg
: 1946 and is put out by members assistance
-0- six-pound, eleven-ounce School of the Junior class It con of the of all Khoo,

Mi and Mis Paul Larsen of dmghter wa born last Thursday This was announced Wednesday tains an editorial, news stories, el Venice-vokomis sat

11 Myrtle Axe, Edgewood. had as at the Sarasota Hospital to Mr night at the Englewood a sports section, social activities : schools
, tr( guest for several days this week: and M"s Robert H. Otto of Pur.- PTA's regular monthly meetrru suggestions sketches bits affair, "hlchimh

: grace: son-in-laws Thomas Smith ta Oorda Beach, Englewood They in the school, by Mrs Beryl Chad of poetry and last but not event will be held at !foi

: oi l Decatur, Ga, Mis Smith, who have named the new arrival Lin- wick, who with her husband III least a gossip column:, lucky Military lruUtllle
t*l! l b the former Oeraldlne Larsen, da Lee, She has two young sis be co-chairman of the carnhal Mary Simms Is editor-in- General chall man will be t

If n was unable to leave her posltloi tars Kathryn Ann, five, and She!' said the party would start at chief this year Her assistants Sarge Bo' en,

t ir':: In Dicatur for the trip, but the I I Sandra Claire! thiee to welcome: ) 6 pm on Oct 22 and continue are Ellnoie Pearson managing The committees that fro

t Smiths hope to be back at a later I her until evenonc had enJcsed him- editor: Ralph Adrian business with Bowen have been .
i J i date for a longer visit and will meet
0I self to the full manager; Joan Cole sports editor durlll the 1111!,
jf -o- I Jimmy Lee Boone of Venice The theme of the carnival), like : Shirley Bowden, art editor weeks to make final platy ..

"' It was quite an exciting day I B\-Way was 11 Years old OM that of the V-N party on Oct. J9) ; Lcretta Myers gossip editor work out sp."'iaj featUlS'J

; Monday for Bonny Ruth Thomp- Columbus Da)', He celebrated at will be Halloween In keeping and Marta Taylor and Dorothy I affair. Committee membsij
If? tcn daughter of Mr and Min i a PArty 'hat evening at the ham with this a "house of horrors'' Kelly typist, Charles Mrs H S Bowden, fOOd

,,W I j\lUlI'lel Thompson of Lsuul She of a neighbor, Russ Er\ln, Help- T will be constiucted and there wlil Gadd is the llth grade faculty chairman: Frank lUeb,,,, .,
a N iibiated her seventh birthday | Inv him were his mother; and dad, be typical Hallowe'en past-tim's advisor Douglas Arnall sanded

'l! ( and entertained all her secoidprde : :Mr, and Mrs Duval Boone; hi* and games These will Include The Is mittee; Mn A WMoniw.0
piper a bi-monthly
climates at the Laurel I ,Ister i YliFlrla and another pair fortune telling, a fish pond dren's co tuinf parade: Jilt|
;/.tl.' Miool at a party dining the ofIt of nelgliiors Mr and Mrs Carl I fame, apple bobbing, a grab bag publication: !lInson, construction etc .

} : ( rnoon vision! Her younger sister Wolf, and so onMoving 1 lions! ; Mi George Hilda |

rya smeriv. also at ended, MrW -, -0- I pictures of the Lemon Dr. Stryker Is SpeakerAt nances: Mr Han) Stob'anlicity.

\\orHud :2nd tirade tea 'I- I Mr and Mrs L. Thompson o'I Bay American Legion Post; 4'h and 'am: A Hitransportation1 .
J t er. a' la-ted M:s, Thompson In I Laurel drove up to Tampa Men- of July celebration will also be St. Marks Guild Meet

r cakes saving Indn 'duil birthd.CUI)- |Ida}' en a short business trip, I thown There will be no admission: The St Marks Guild of the lo Children Run Cumin\\

and Ice cifam Mr<, j i iThomforji -o- charge but hamburgers, ho cal Episcopal Church met Tuesday Children o( each school !

t tcrk mode of the I I Icdwration Mrs Paul Biaum of Tampa returned |I dogs, cold drinks, colfee, hom,- afternoon at the home oNina f will have p 3nce..lon lot

After school Bannvb'oucht to her home recently baked pies and cakes, cookies and S Janis Adams, fan MarcoDr charge of k' Pie part bJ
home sev ''r'll) voura I:' after a few dajs1 stav with her home-made candy will be sold carnival Tht "hl<, 'inin'!
hoI ere not In her clam throughout the Proceeds 'f d as'. n'l1o'1t1 la
evening pro ;
and a second parents, Mr and Mrs H 5'1 Dr, Leonard W. 8, Stiyker
part was held : vlll help purchase moving First grade !tens
| a pic- group
Smith of
, : Pedro St Mrs Braun I prlest-in-charge of the church,
o- was accompanied by Mrs D ture, projector for the school to was speaker for the afternoonHis 2nd rim tos 3 id, grab tail

;; Campbell Crawford and son use In its Usual education pro- topic was the doctrines and popcorn: 5th fish pond:
Celebrated "But h." who visited glam, candy sales: 7th, milk
I: her for severa history of the Episcopal ChurchFollowing ,
] days r Some 35 persons attended the spill, 8th nail driving: ltnr
j business
a meeting
! >, as Diane Vacheres.re. daught-r -o- Wednesday meeting They heard and Dr. Stryker talk, tea was ery, and 10th, dart balloon.
c' Mrs Helen Vacheiesse I three 4-H Club gills, Betty Pur 11th and 12th grads
of | Mr, and Mrs, L, E, PanMi served The doctor returned last The
Ponce de Leon A\e Diane was 10 Rrmclanrt vis. Delta Lee Enochs and Barbara prepare a 'House of Hormf
'\e." returned Wneik weekend from Tolland. Conn,
stars old on Oc-t 5, Shes In the mlnths- Reese, describe their experiences 1 j while the 12th grace alone
from four here he had
a I' spent the summer.
t fth grid at the \'pnire.Noko- tion at their summer cottage a-I I at the State 4-H Short have a shooting gallery Tt*>

mi School Hei teacher, MM Indian Springs Course In Tallahassee last June lor boys will! also have a *
Dele'na .elks. helped with the Ice way home they Hopped On In Talla-their ', Prize chickens, eggs, a luncheon Lemon Bay Women Meet gun game and decoration of:

cream and rake party I IMr Io i has<-ee to visit their soninlawand set, a table scarf, two dresses and The Lemon Bay Woman's Club gym will be In charge oltlm

daughter Mr and Mrs Harry other projects of local 4-H Club of Englewood will\ meet this afternoon lor girls.

} *. H. L Mundv returned lo ;Stein They also parsed through members were also on exhibition at Its clubhouse for a An advisory committees 1

t It! home 01 Venwia Pkv last i Gainesville to see their neprrw, Membership committee reports. Jegular meet In?, Merrier planwill been chosen to aid the :younc;:
.k aft r about a mamas; called for by PTA President be In the
tii T, E Duncan, who Is a state attorney made and discussed foi and teachers WJ
t which took her as far north as there, I Charles Relter, were Rlvin by the all-day session! of the 12ti Member are Homer !tit

St Paul. 1.1 nn. Mrs Mundy Ht i inlce -o- I Membership Committee Chairman District of the Florida Federationof Mrs B E Fields, George W:
ve' with iw five-vear-old'' L. A, singer Treasurer Mrs Mrs "'.
Women's Clubs
The J, L. Corn*ells of Palm which will beheld ell. Perry Have
r t and-wn, Harry Mund\ 3d writ Haven Cottages have Garrett Whlteaker and Publicity this year In Englewood on Wimbish and Dr, T 1 II
g had spent the this week Mr, and Mis Schramm
They went to St. Louis\ Miv .. Paul Me- They disclosed that 48 persons
Mahon, who have taken
11'1'1''Iun= Harry foe to school I anI have already Joined the or-
i: ring the win'er months, and I apartment at Mrs DrmJ'Iy,1 ,panl/atlon this year, as compared Food?
I Like Fine
cottages on Riviera Ave,
lira until Noi
Mundv i 55 _
continued on up to to who were enrolled by the _
St Paul to visit her sister Mrs, vember. Mr. McMahon Is with e nd of last year. More are expected ... .S....
Malcolm MiMillan the Department of Justice In II Then you'll enjoy cur
Venice folk in the next week or so, Dinners:
Washington, D, C. which Is also A sidelight of the meeting was Delux Table dilute
the former home of Mr, and MnComwell. and Seafoods
the presentation of a prize by I II Surroundings
In Pleasant
Special All Week
Mrs J, D Tate
I I g ftjn. to 9 I;10 P n'-
man Wrapped In seemingly end-
Three WSCS Circles MeetIn less layers of paper, it carried the MACATEE'S RESTAURANTOwned

...:;-.- Area Next Tuesday I message tha the rec'p1entI'ao to
_. I II i use it to 'dig for the "arnlvnl" and Operated by Former Holders of Duncan! Hn!

'"},q )J;; :: I Three circles of the Women' It was given to T. O Neal of Fn- In Nokomis .011/11' and Gourmet Ratings I'IIO'.Zs:!f
.. ; Society of Christian Service. Yen- I glewood Dining Ravens
Ice-NokomU Methodist Church,
k "i -
HOME :\1 \DE will meet next Tuesday evening, mmm

POTATO I The Nokomis Circle will be en..

BREAD25c I tertalned by Mrs, Ben Dunn at NOTICE YEN ICE. N 0 I{ 0 )1 IS
A Big Loaf I her home In Bay Point, The Laur

Easily Digested, More el Circle will meet at Mrs Zelda RESIDENTS
Nourishing and Tastier i \\lll'aim'' home which Is next to

Than Wheat Bread I the Laurel post office And the YOUR OWN
"L & S" Bakery Y''ncia Circle will gather at LAUNDRY -_ IN YOUR OWN TO\\N

307 %V. Mrs M Cousins' home In Venire BRING US YOUR W
Venire 've. I I \SlfI\G: WHILE YOU SHOP
I'lionf 3135 No plans for the ElRc: 'ood

Circle had been announced when 1 HOUR i
I .: this story was written I SERVICE"on WET WASH!


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VENICE QOlllDOUE.1i Panty IR.. 1 '

Maned t Dressed'by V-N Hoboes Seniors All Laurel SchoolGradesScore Helena Shop Opens AgainAs Methodists Plan i

Owner Leaves for N. Y.
e senior class of VenIceNos For 'Open House'An '. ::1
i High School threw' a Hobo 100 in PTA'DriveParty The Helena Shop swank worn5 -
for class members last Frl- ''' wear store In the Dr. Thomp- Informal "open hou..w" bas J

son Building on W. Venice Ave... been planned ty members of Ute ''I
|evening at the school. Next Week '
Venice Nokomis Method "L o
reopened for Its second thl
gram for this year would be year
s were given o the twodressed" psy-
For theVinners week. Church for Friday evening. Oct. i
chclogy of the' school age child
hoboes These were { 22.
She urged that all Mrs. Helena Oraue. owner of }
Results members Interested
of -
| Myers and Betty Chlldeis.j the six-day mem- All members, their friends and i
shop, left .
In yesterday morningon
bership organizing this
drive put group .
on by the Ven the public will be welcome to attend -
were crowned "King" anden" Ice Nokomis Parent get In touch with her. The topic the Silver Meteor on a two-
j i.
the gathering In the church
In a gala ceremony was week buying trip to New York. r
sandwiches Assn. in the last week were made outlined In the National Par- rooms. Refreshments win be Ii?
hand were known ent-Teacher Magazine But the shop will remain open
Tuesday evening at thegroup's st'rved'dlll'lnl the social! evening- I
d to keep the "bos" from The and will be In charge of Mrs. 'It. .
regular meeting at the subject of equipment needed Mrs. M. Cousins is general
ng parched. Wlnbome Olds Venice who was
high school. by the :
school dispensary rooms chairman of the affair. On the y
nclpal Homer Mikeseil and with Mrs. Group last
Prizes were to hive been was brought up at the meeting. ,' reception committee are Mr*.
Mildred McAmls senior awarded to the two classes get It had been recently suggested by While In New York Mrs. .Oiaue Bruce RIgby, Miss Mildred McAmls. -
: sponsor, were chaperons. ting the the school will visit her daughter. Louanna I' and Mr .
highest number of par- county nurse Mrs. I'rs. C. C. Lowe *
ents enrolled. Ann Stover that the who Is taking a special course in
But the Laurel PTA try to J K. Hill. ,
School furnish design construction at the Trap- -.. to,
which takes In the 1st to the necessary Items. A* I
hagen School of Design Lou- Mr. and Mrs. James !
fourth grades came through witha soon as the announcement was I Morgan
score of 100 per cent member- made, several members volunteered anna attended the Ringing Art Hancock, Sarasota, announce the;
to School In Sarasota last year. I I birth of a son, Charles Morgan
ship enrollment of their ;:arent;. the sheets, pillowcases :
So the PTA decided to sponsor a and blankets needed to The Helena Shop carries winter I Hancock, on Oct. 3 In the San-
big party for the whole school complete a first aid room at th) and summer casual clothes beachwear sots Hospital. Mrs. Hancock;: lithe

sometime next week instead of Laurel School and two at the accessories and gifts. It,I former Miss Pearl Molnar'
i rewarding the Individual classes. Venlce-Nokomls School. opened last November after Mrs. I daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Cbarl'5 t'
These Oraue moved here from Sarasota. Molnnr of Molnar's Inn. Laurel.
Approximately 230 old and now volunteer donors were
DONT BELIEVE IT' members had signed up for tha Mrs. Bowden Miss Dellena J<'1k.. /. .

Gentlemen prefer PTA by Tuesday evening, accord- Mrs. Bruce RiRby: Mrs Winborne
blondes, they say. But110n't ing to reports given at the meet Olds Mrs. A. B. Hider, Mrs. O. RANGES $1.50! () bushel
believe iti! M
ing. And more were expected to X. Crowley. Mrs. Vincent Dlxor.
were true you
wouldn't see so many come In during the week. Mrs. H. Mrs. Byron Earl and Mrs. P. L AND '

brunette wives and S. Bowden, membership chapman Haynes James A. Hlghtower. esslrtant -
mothers. A fact you stressed the fact that membership I county school superintendent -
CAN believe Is that reported that the school
all women blondes is open to any person Interested GRAPEFRUIT
brunettes. redheads In school welfare, not board would furnish scales.
prefer men who remember just to parents. The room count at Tuesday' r {,
them with a Students TalkA meet'n was won by Ur,. W L $1.25 bushel
rift new and then WOl'dard'Ilpcond grade and
You'll find Just the another feature of Tuesday Charles Oadd's eleventh trade.
thing at night's meeting, Betty Lee John- 'em
with the most parents represent Buy by the dozen, too. t .'
fton and Olenn Ste hens, high r :i itll ( :ii
ed. The lucky winner of the c,

JEWELERS school their trip students to Tallahassee gave reports this on "Good Will" cake win Mrs. A. B. = + GOt d flavor cMrly variety: ',
Hider. After the business! meetlnc
Pot Office Arcade summer as delegates to the Girls I refreshment were served bv the I,

and Boys State. They were sponsored lit grade mothers.IVenetil1s .-s f juicy.F. A
on this trip by the American 1

Legion. ; E. PLATT i
Invited ,
Mrs. Louis Sitter
PTA study I
group chairman, also announced 'COP; Jr.' Dance
4 that the topic of the study pro- ITo STONE GROVE -

Young Republican Club rf |

I Sarasota County is making preparations -
for a public dance 1* It-
held Saturday Ortcber 23. at the

r Sarasota Bay Country Club In

Tills! l H# the second dance of the
I Radio Sick Broken?
season for the recently formed ,
clu'j. The first wa held several J

weeks urn at the OvaTe Blossom

Hotel In Sarasnt1 Admission "'e'li fix it for you '

will be free and resident of Venice
I and other area communitiesare
Invited to attend. very quickly 1

COTTONS I Music for the dancing wh'c'l

will start at 9 pm.. will be fur- for a price you canafford.

BEACH WEAR nish"'' by Artie Miller's Orchestra 1

Miller Is a former memberof .
I Paul Whlteman's: Orchestra.
His band Includes several other (Sony Nornk on Auto Scti)
musician who also were with nationally -
known dance bands at And I If You :Need A New Set -
one time, but now reside In Sarasota -

County. We Have The Best! tt
DR. The dance arrangements are In
BLDO PHONE:!: 2975
charge of a general committee
.- B. & W. Record Players
-- composed; of Mrs Boyd E. Oern-

". hard Mrs. William Svec. Ben Portable
Robinson and Mrs. Charles W .
Public Address System
Meade, all of Sarasota. Henry 1y3 ,

YOUR CHILDRENGet !, Bartholcmew of Sarasota Is pres- TOR RENT By BJV. W.ek or :Month. s;
ident of the club. Battery or AC operated.

,I Benefit Card Party Tonight j Venice Radio Service

Land 0' Sun + | The Auxirarv of th!' Ni-Vila|' "SICK RADIOS MADE WELL IN VENICE" w rI!
O Post American Legion will hold n'

HomogenizedMiljc benefit card party tonight a', the 'II 251 W. Venice Ave. Cecil H, Grieve, Owner r
o home cf M-*. >-*i Ftir' of Ponce
do Leon Ave. Rl'fr 'h'l"n"I.nt PHONE 2S72f p

|I "- seism a-" .".fzes 'awa"de'd. See Our New Illustrated! Mows Window Display -
At School .. Chansw Three Times
Proceeds from fh n.-*" .11 PO ; A Week

| Into the Vetersrs H-sp"a1! fund.

Why Not Give Them : -.a

and Yourself .

|Home The Same? Break at (iif Everybody' nvitedto the BIG FREE DANCE!

Saturday, Oct. 23, 9 til ? .' Sarasota Bay Country Club

For Regular Home Deliveries Artie Miller's Dance Band (he's Paul Whiteman's Boy!)

Young Republican: Club of Sarasota CountyVote

for TWO-PARTY Government Vote Republican!

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,tine 6 Editorial VENICE OOllo1)LIER Friday, Octobe, u.

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lull) hul um IrH.irilltmiil and business ottlcr 313 West ..... Ape'1rn
t, .\ mminlie. HiirltU P <). lion 63J Phone Venice\ 3131tnterril .
i ) as trcond-cl > miller June 6. 1446, at the post office
t .Vn cr. Flnr cU, under the Act of March 3, 1879 wooo.K USED FM moP. CLO AS welt Af SHEtTfR. ,
t { ; 5uhsaription rutrti One year, $2.SO; six monthi $1.SOl three WLYk'CEZiLiiSEiAAPWA: 'SA INW9161fBEwawarUrapeAAsp6RfAAT Venice r.
t 7ic. Classified advertising rite: 2 cent per word, first 20 V1fS OF IUU' JllillCil 4A Cn.'f7AV+7 'F-1lf1f8l1lll1N6IlERJt.<<'C.. I Lot .'
1 cent err word for each additional word a' 'Tae,, a kh?
"'oiJ# ; an'un" fill d

} "Hl *, fOVOUIJ Iditnr: mil Publish v 'P J. Al nut., 'mt 0' nktni h1 ..Wt.1 1g. k
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I .\\LT r i <)\O\ Ell Office! :Manager \J" I ail 13n.ie"o. ,

X'U SR1I K, !_! 1111: Shop Foreman \l hlm..II /. ibis
\ 'T' tt fGRFAt 'besot) he eke
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V :.: elan If th:

:\ Slap for The HeraldU1 I Vv.'y hale. t,mlA trohouw ,8M', t

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hire '. e-
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\ in: \ i n'-t read; ;\\iuni i \ I MenU: editorial ,i ii :, b+a.e.+.' prop I. ty law to

j' holed in tV lubomilK' Chronicle: cumnu'ntiiu,: -- AM---- PI..td For hi.n a W w

''II i l oil h' ;itteiniitli: ul' :a i H'lU'sof vti' tries tint:" !Reporter Hay TCh1Af EpIScod.PuRi l -r nay Duo. and for Hi. B and we"hen
FA -M* NOT 'lRul)>* Y
r/e;: III in "tu|I"dr 'i I'tNi ( 414 tIFfTlMl'. PRODUCED *r tu k", ".
'I < u7jtMUi: ( V il'mlV-! t : agiRD.e-IN'1NE' 414, SElf GULLS thr<...Kh the I re
' :'r'r' in tile? (llIh.! WER A THOUSAND \ ARe FOUND AS FAR INLANPM, astOTSurnr burins l lluttly I"+ h *as.
oaf!NIie7IT/Ci5V. lllKE 1171/1I, WIIm! 14EYWABIT ROW ,,,,1 ,
i Sprit::?..', as Mill( hilly recall. ,\ I\lis.ub.f":: himself as I ISLrT5. (6IIUI/II.Y/7fIIoj1l1l/IUI6I1TCW The ..'",. 't tell

r i V'tru In getting icoitol Florida fttxef or CM &arUnas'). UII in I'.' gtltatna
(: ::1 Mintm .iihe beach third 1'" +n.&V
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I. Tu t haw AspruAwslim
it .1. Menhir.; llvnhe "hinlnwd" through: Georp, nmj I r ar b eta

' : oilier "Jup Mnith Mites. living :t\ ;a :Negro: :mJ ohNrmr hoax venue o.d ono b, e.a,On ryes loan

, ? the treatment meted out to members'! of {that race mar.ll-
"T.apnvvi' n M 6.
t j V white person Ills cnnJusions were lint the south. aN ".v..1,.. hot n'.nmmo Mae
a..ei .t +"e i 1.:1 I + Lee
V\n.Iiu1' ( i in \Inl.llIt I Krnir' l\\ iiiso liev is al. see gn'ato,, (too 110 ub

*; \vi\s at the meicv ot| tnijsrer.hipp: > white Irish: and that TO CLASSIFY"Dewey from the 1,x.g rut", I, t ,that aka lout ow,,to ealbMelly

he hardly a.rn r. I.toIt
\ Ranted: the ruin to Vote eun more. plan improved wen U.. +14 1 'IWw" Ia
cite Iwo, hot n. ',,nerd: so.t'nes
fioiumic ionlitions ., .t .,, ,led. son
to Get Mid.Florida .... .
The aftermath iunr1in argue fur Mat nm a
: to the HeriM eJitornl
..'pi the a'\.111 'I .nets. l a.
wis ": Despite Democrat's .hullpurixm ,,' ..-...
Mime dkcrediting: comehuks"e/ : J<;nM know arty III.n" !> ..I _

vlni( the other alleged miiuhuksere: hit the HenUnJmit Arguments < 1",1 *owner to eel I. a, I'.1 .isauue,ft teen tsr.M

l \\S:! ::1 i suit by a:i Negro undertaker hi. property. th ., MIl
: it C'olumlnisOi
I By RUSSELL KUsrrrctan ,ub.i.II'luirm In .*..,..
t ., oho' ilumej h. was misquoted' :ml his demanded: Florida I'II'SSsm.. have tu tax..hn.. th, ehetke" ...b..e

i retrutNui I :ipoloi and dunces: The I Herald the main enough b, I.. ran WMIb
con A couple ol weeks ago. after a owing through Central Floilda I l-.it '

,., \JudeJ] that this Pro l'S sprite "ippirenth: calve: into the told in this column of the reaction I had found.and pointed out thai: : rettrn A .torek 0. hi.e|'T in.wtnont. ',. .., 1'1I"" .

ti lLiaf. outh with milke ;(forethought( M ir.nid! (this section all Indications .ointed to Dewey as leading the field In the presidential or......1.'..".'In,""hi" v' ""V.UJ.rk .

>f misireitment 1 of the :Negro" meke u f whr'il" I.It''k r I.
ml 1 tint k.rdle.s
I A, i..., .... .-- .. ; : refutation: o: i at a k. 'e s urawr:
in* !1-"fll"I1S n IN mm t ? ( I also mentioned the active campaign! temg conducted by M J. Nu, a "Ill,. a,sal.. ,-n

itt rrmkhe ire :astounded that as :Nronl t MOSS, Orlando realtor and Republican pr the bit ensw.m ..'".r ,I Comm? w ee
: i newspaper '
i :is: the Herald would print such m irresponsible candidate for Congress \by the Republicans own statement jl ......n.nl I"I + I NN II', :ISI'r.iItI

ifce of tripe I predicted that Mos would carry: Democrats If si arc to I I eon I&

.... Orange Count with ease and inl hate :a Democrat In this Editor Note Tie meet
Pulitzer Winner country, the views nlll be deeded by the m: lCll
All probability weald make a I of the peo- to

1 f f'e don't know, of course, whether Sprite's: stones I mighty good showing throughout I ple of all sections of the coun- Whit: do, other proerj
AereoItiMi\e' | ml iccunte Having occupied the desk fit district with his appeal for u try should be presented! for ers ....... -

beside the tu'Muo-ihe\unsr: sombrero IntteJ hI party tate and his argument consideration"
Pulitzer : the tdtarVenice /
prize mmn.' old Dutchman when "Why send a Democrat tol) So there YOU have Mr. Her- .omd+dl.I r
\\ e \rat''orking for i : : aaeieogratulattins
the Post t fji/ette represent us hen we will have a !! longs answer to Mr Moss. Personally I ju want h & '
ue ire inclined to believe on "flag.be0'
For "* they were Republican chief executive and a !i I look on Judge A. 8, of the .ub.rrii; "r. '
spri:< is :a i newsman of the oil school who has always the little' J,.n... J, egg M jai!
: coneress i Herlong Jr. as one of the finest lunuv.T an what ere lt
: gotten Ins stones lirsthmd. rather than from I and ablest in and this k..,pe 11101 6
the Noting this reference to Moss I men Florida. Hi the .....oro and I ,gi, ., awl'
puMiiitv handouts thaI effete modern newsmen so glibly\ In my column, Democratic i icressional has a long and creditable recordof ireoNuk"ml. frond I IA. ,
c".a-I u v
Ii bmi
re\Hite.to I Nominee \. S
I/' if Leesburg pleasing personality and would I"v. wood luck au' a "',1..4-
) tn the stoneseie writes to call
nude of wh< /le cloth, how- Ing I.'....
i he my attention to the fact that be make Florida a splendid congressman Ito '
eur, entering oi i suit ba BRIJ!
Negro undertaker
does has a sound and logical answerto )/K>I. I;';"K E
not prove it Anyone site 1 iiijbick-4
can 'hn'er he pieces tor the question and he further I equally respect Mircellus J, Note Mi

almost t :tin tiling, :mJ it doesn im! unit to :T tinker's dim asks, "Why send a Republican?" Moss as an able business man I rome In this a' :a 1 is>> 'Tbe C"I

i until ml' unless a i tnmuion is obtunel) hirthermore! I .Democrat ArgumentI and all around good citizen and Cod t'r" in NtkoiiuVvnln

it is not t at all impossible that the d.irk\S suit! I could have: I am glad to give Syd space in am satisfied that he too, would --0--

been inspired' hy :a desire t tn ",-d in "ood?: with Georsn'spopuhtio'i : this column to Fre.ent h:s give Florida good representation To the Gundnlivr.hlo'
white mcnt Hire Is In Congress. I lIke and highly respect eked r
AId who will it !| what Sd arau'l Enclose You will! fine m
say nianot hueresu'ttd
: both candidates and have ......"1.11.1 to take GM
trim In the Ku klux: Klan 'i I bay; another., yeen . pressure : II. DuI not
: or .. .
other I "\\ h)' send a Democrat to no quarrel either of them. after the "' h .f this .. .Ii.I.
a .
terror ( rsrinuHi: m>, which ire looking forward: to Republican congress In the I Survey Supports Kay I I.... leaving for the In'"Ull a Cord"* hater""n A
will be tektnu
In? a tree reign in ( Ie'.rgia: llllW that 'Hummon" Tal-I first Place all the members of I Substantiating my survey of oiling from hew Orl"'.m .w.. .ha.a'12th ...
1 m:> kre ml! his wool-hat the situation In and will "iI. in V<*
boys Orange County .1Ii'
hare been voted into con! the house of representative InWashonctoll : IB DKembrr w h, po"'"

trol of the stile government ) rome up for re- I was gratified to see that thi let there, near. Inge
\\e tledirn Not 2 I poll conducted by the Perry I We. very.comment into h rnper < ,011 ,04'"
are not, 'ikn'al\y' \ agreeing or disagreeing on and the peo.I Your In' e.'mw 1 mud
newspapers reported findings new. aw Wry
Pie of the United
with 'spnjes l ; cniiteniion that :Negroes then ever Mfuns -is ill
ire mistreated m whether the 'Identical to those expressed IM world like u: ",.' a."

the si.lth'e I hare lived below the VhvmDixon\ line MV Democratic or Ripublean congress h this column a few week ago. AndI m.you...se.. Louie 1/.4.the."M.,al [o.olio'

too lone not to reili/e lint there are two sides) to this There are rirUlnly more Democrats point out that my column wa> of the 'Tower finrne'high the, :4.

stor )IJi't kill, tint the facts released before the Perry poll CII'; many of the uthrt I.A esnWeae +
> we su: of the Spnje case without Republican opposition any and get a 1"m b "

do not justify the Henld's rl.'l1wkshkh to say the sor hate the jumpon ures were made public, home+ired.onto You bo e'k,a, te laid like Fill not*
The of
]least t "urn: naive to its tin-m to start with. But split in the Democratic w have hen win the.',"ate II, atRDO g
party In this
ecctlon Is why Ile
aside from Colo.
that the
Is it pt.sbil'le that the editorial writer the Republicans the IM'IO
or man Inclullnr Republicans are able to showso Hoflucnce \' alhJQl'

t who gave;: him his orlers was iiist! a jooj ole south'n orponent have: made my Republican the pub. much strength. I am not aloneIn YOU i Edators GOP slal"arU1 Note aantlW

boy' who let traditions his back round get the: best ut lie statement that they are outnumbered the teller that Dewey -will to move fast 'if you,
carry Florida If he holds the the tlectlonVeBlee
)Ins Objectivity l down here 10 to on;.
around he has now, ---
My that regardless of whether
'" .. ,
O I congress U Republican
or rrlenUl
Herman P. Harriman engineer died *,'P'buru4 I" II

Close Saturdjns s ;It One Democratic talnly could, a not Republican represent cer.the at the ice plant of the Chadwick Burial My I hu.b.Bd him service in A..oJo bat, ".II';'.Y'+e ial a'
Fisheries In a
Nokomis has WM

purchased the tide water
thinking nf Jt1
a district that
Is the three-apartment w.,. 80 w. mould nut bury'ay 0'
over 90 per cent Democratic, luiciB. C, Bruuk till anru.1: 1
co structure In which he has 17d., My heart ;. w ..
nor could he 01.
present the sld > stand It. Think olf
II. N. WIMMERS been living In Biy ?olnt The hardly
Realtor I of the people he represents MRS NARY! EGo Iruuta
transaction was handled! by Ve r-
PENINSULAR: ;TEliElMIOSr' with the sune diligence aol All of V
> ( 0.
turn O Beattie Note
of Venice. Consideration (Editors
FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT sincerity as could one who h sympnthl'! 10
extends its
was $5.SCO.
"F.8'tER: UNION actually one of that admitted Brooks the 'little old lady

'over 90 Her c nt.' I say why red hat who was glu

lend a Republican anywhereto NEED American Legion It lontb.
Western Union Open IHI Sundays and Holidays 11 PRINTING last
to 12 ant Day Celebration J 4
represent! ,
a of "
group people!, Phone THE obituary opwder'i'la *
OONDOLIER\ I Brooks' s
over 90
per cent of whom are l'
1111.' '. this Ss.ue.l

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COMPLETE: 1 01 8 BEDROOM House In Venice HOUSE TRAILER elrepe fuurl bottled (CrkMANMAUh 6-mm. Kmlak ho- CHRISTMAS! CARDS with pear Inrlnlwl t
A permanent. Write Boa 66, Venice Condo. iran Mint sacrifice for quick cashaale. tine miniature, camera with Schneider '.J 10 for SI.eo. Order m ace _. .
REAL ESTATE SERVICE lien. Alston Trailer Park Phone 8397. has In Compur .hul"' .. AU. Kalart Mlcromatlc Alpha Music Shop. Phone Kti.*:. ,
Speed .',.>h unit IC1 fur entireoutfit. --- -.i
entail USED FURNITURE of all kind.. Vjn. both In stead nnilltliia being wild Eat Cottrell Peal MM J i
FOR RENT Ira Trading Pmt 887 W. Miami Avenue to help pay for larger pre...type eameiaSec P.D.Q SEPTIC TANK EAN1NU **: \
'W the FORT MYERS AREA and bone 2602 Pate Conover at Gondolier fflce Modern pumping vquipmrnl Worfcniiwd lags'
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA .., Mod hint 8aruota SI-ZJ er Voaun I t f
a u beautiful riverfront estates AUSTRALIAN PINES for .. .. Aw THREE.QUARTFR Rise Ked white 306t- n-:
anew locations Including Improv.jaawuved ROOM with hath private ..1..1 also. any amount rive cents each See alto white dreijr In IHMK! eon,lltl..n. -
tropical islands. beach gas beat furnished; In residential d,., Carl ObenJorf at Venetian Cleanera Phone 2'33. (NIHAL HAULING and eo..._ j
:iea, fathlnc loci... buainaaa Irlel. Phone 2694 : Yard wnk Murk fill i..,. .....11. co-F&
notice and Income setup. Inelud TWO 1941 Dump Trjcka Chevrolet and -.nURN :R ii-i: \ cEllh pine.Iain I'"- Flue. Phone Z01!. "t
r courts trailer camps. hotels. GARAGE APARTMENT I room and Fordl also 1946 Ford .,..I.h, truck will lined oven t alao Iniy'a bike 20", lam n ----
ft' ranchea farms and craves to bath furnished well quipped; electric cell' or trade. Call Loula Adorjan 261.3 mower Phone ?ult. IF INlFHrbTK: In rood nt_....
avid mall tracts of land A refrigerator. .tot- and hot water beater either brick or Motll. work. ..call I. K. MAL
rental service Send for free on Nassau St. Phono 2KJJ Cm,8 BICYCLE also art of ladies BED. cxmnlcle kerosene enklixatoveal V" illit 1.474.CONCRETE.
lye folders and map of this trop lift,handed golf cluba Phone 2571. play pen Sir Slraytr hack if I
lion Nokomis C......,. : WORK and t.a.kia& Ewia
----- Adorn... 1'hon. Venice 26' .
WelfareContinue LEGAL NOTICES GIBSON ELECTRIC Refrigerator In
OTT REALTY INVESTMENTS 1 Reared condltlin Phone 2(11 or call at PuttGroveland 1 RELIABLE: 'om.n will" take cane .c
Ave.C(11T children pvenlnutlalfVliw or .I.n...... Ago f.
rat i Street Fart Mr era, Florida ( Apll
t from ----
Page One) --
"Everything In Real Batata" I NOTICE op INTENTION TO VYwhrnan .'_2 calibre t.rvoIII.!.. OO I
i the USUAL and UNUSUAL Key West to look fruitlessly! for REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES t..l In huhtiT In perfect Ci'n.Mtk.n. 10. rw WIN FRIENDS F.AatLYf

w'oik. They were stranded In'' they The ere undersigned condrtinx do hereby mn tlwtrlcal certify that (nil Helen ftl.h..l".n at Venice I"'a. end Maylio m::: /'n.' all natt'rAI year part-time epr..se. Theta Mar[ I

SIRARLE SELECTION of business Venice because their money gave lrnrtitis business .1 ,.,.....1.. Florida.in.con., 'I you n'prc-rot... Avon c..I. Tnasa.,
pnil.l aitea In city of Venice d., the fI.tllio" aamo ", Ioot.le A LEGAL NOTICES IIIK rive Quick Chri.ItnRe .DIeo _
.n. If Interested. suggest you in. out as they hitch-hiked home. G. Co.. O'pnrt..nl Not In..t. Write Mien Taylor Box 2"21. ITU Urn.hrPAIKINO .
I. Add.... Box 18 Venice). Fl.. ward but they were tent on their ed) ohlrh businrns I. also sometimes ..,n. tl. ,
ducted under the fletitlntn name or El". NOTICF OF INTENTION: TnRE'I'1'F.R
OM HOUSE framer eonntnctlonI way by bus Tuesday evening after ,trio d: Goo Ci. Nt Incirpiratedl and FICTITIOUS NAMESThe 1-- .I.in ', nwilK- tAsehiraw lawn mowers. _...
veil I lots In Nokomis, 12.(00. Alan Police Chief Herbert that said firm la composed nf the f.ill. "w., undirtlrnnl ilu hin.1..t 'reify 'lent I Reid /ado. l" A. .harp.ae.r
O. Han- Lamb off the Traitil
carrier lot In Bay Point, Telephone Inc pennna ",hr>< Ino.t Kn Ilarht.Boat. '
Rand at Venice 28MTA chey had collected $32 from local residence are aa filliioai Frank J. On ppliltnffn ntrvjr bui ..d. IIn2 Smith Oraiire Avenue Sara Florida. tender the fi..lltt..". BHUII ...rElort.Io' .1---
( E.IN THF.PINFS. Sarasota businessmen for the purpose u.tp. Flirlrla and Dale F. Weedman I7S A Ta fn. !><.!.Himnt 4 (N.* Fire
white frame Cape Cod cnttaieet Alta Vista Avrnie. 8ara".ta. Fnrl la. lnrorpnrau, vlilih bi.lnrs. ,. ales\ .''J
It was brought out at the committee Ownership of said I unlneaa under the flrtitbecname
to IKKO. including be, Mat la an fol.ar mmetinwi nndnrtrd
.m Hawthorne and Tuttle A'.... session! that this familywas I.'"., Frank .1. a 5orf and 11.1.. of H..trU Gn.; ('n. (Noel. Inr..e.piratcf I' (Continued from Page One Ir"
F'. Werdman ) and that Mill film U '. Tarpon Center. The Olbbi family
an exceptional ca*. and that II la our Intention to apply to the H of th> I..Uon Inn i.."..n. ".hero .mp..I' 1
Clerk .if the Circuit. Court In and fir and plum it r...I ,.nc. ana> I was on the way hero from Philadelphia .
similar: treatment could not b Snrawita Cininl. rlirldH In rrrMw the Prank J. r mid I Ililt Wroth trans.' 'fnuf (
DEFEAT the New Dealers made a general JTLC'ICC Only snid ni men nt a verb hi.,Ine.. under the Fnrasnts.: I'h.rb'x.1 Onto: F.: W-.1- i[ ] and after the storm I
r..ilim of CHplei 2oN. Lowe of Tor; rtmn 4'D AItH1.1', \vt rr, Sets. 'a.
I Washington and to CREATE emergency assistance can be given Ida. Art4 nf 1'HIW Florida. and Andrew J. IJI"on. I 1",11.1 pioceedcd to Daytona: Beach, then j s
'it 'llne.. over hand thl. J5ih .'ay of Sp. rill, Road, Posse ta. F"or'.bt. |, It ft their boat behind and flewIris
|T o-Party System In Florida was decided for otherwise tcmb.r. 11)48 0.ni-r>hit, if s.l.t burin; ; s I. as f"II I- i t

d In Sarasota Count;. Aol Venice might become a "mecca"for I FRANK I TOVRAF I Incas. trunk J. Pranced. HI I.R"( \ lust week because of hurricane !
DAIF: P. WrUIMAN F. \Virdnan 31 I.S ; and Andrew 1"'I"j
all National State and the horde of impoverished Pulll.hl Oil 1. S. M, 22 114"NOTIfF mown a n 1.314, i varnlngs. .., .' ,''; live p

unlv Candidates of the transients that moves into Flir ': m. INTENTION': TO ('"It..k U of mr the 101"II..n Clriult Curt tn .ppt In>' aid 10 the frSarawta I i TIle WiJirlmlna] stayed a'. 1

Ida each winter. Emergency assistance REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMES C..unty. 1'1..Hln. to ii..U,'r tar Sea Inland. Ga., until the hurri-
laid teamof .ich hi >lr.fHu. ,,odor I the "
lepuMican Party will be limited to a meal! I The uniUrfincd d" hereby e,.rtifv tint 1"o.jl..n. of Lhaptcr 191161. Low. ofrlorula. can score wa over. Then it WM r
they are cnndurtlni an electric and ....
lor those in actual distress and aVplamwi mrrchmdsing hukinexa at : A'to 01 '!RANK J. CONRAD I IDAI taken to Stuart Inlet on the east I :
bed the if 'Snn.mila, Florida. inter the firtiti.m. I F It NeaF'OSIAN: roast. brought the state
a In city jail needed aerosol t
National i I name .I Fur'rle t (;i.. O .. DtmrmentIN ANDREW J. IIRIIWNPrhli'hl .
CandidatesFor Residents to Refer Cases 3 Inc..rp"rut*,ll whin bunlneu I.I isalso ('.1. I. N. U. 22. 1,19. I un the inland waterway through i
I enotnies errdiited upl r the ficInu > .--
The committee also d cided to ", name if Electric t Ca.; O ,NtInnreurveled Lake OkTchobce and Vie Calowahatclile '! .
and that Paid firm I. ...."' Legion l- River 1s1
and entered the
; E. DEWEY urge townsfolk to refrain from limed of the f..II. wing tT".na nO..... I ,Jo
transients dliectly It will .. and Plates if residence are an 1..1.I gulf at Ft. Myers l a
helping Continued from Page One
Frank J. '
Conrad I, tl"l Si h "ron
\"Irr.Prc.dent: be far better for everyone cm- .. Minor IIn,..." .. Florida. and' various type of military serv'co I Tic Hoi ana were accompanied t
I.m.\ (.. C"nra I. M', South Ornnre Ave
EARL WARREN corned Crawford said later If Kara ta. they can enter for various kind I their trip by Mr. and Mrs. r I
.... ..f ail' hui.lm- la fol.
hii !
residents will ref r those who ask a 'II William Holly also of Treasure .
For Presidential Electors! I frank J (Conrad 11<,', and I Harry of trainins Members cf the new'
for help or appear to tired It (,. Conrad BO; Island : "-
RANDOLPH BELL > It In .or litintlin to ai plv to the committee Albert Rich cha'r- j ,__ _ __ --__ I
LESTER DICUS tee's- to Investigation any member of group. rInk.,.lH nf (County the Clreilt 11..rIHa Court. tn reiiMtr in and it frKnn e.aid I man Hirrv S S1<.bVm a'd B. nSarpe :: roe, Us ovl"ctl\e' l 19 to give ret- t '

ROGER V. FLORY commlt'j Remove uf uh bii.nm| under the ( Bowen All young men I Prays a K>\'"ce of found ad ic2:
men will ananw for all provisions MARIE CRA.MM I 1'toridn I Act if 1141U desiring suc" aselstprr" are u:'Erd on medical benefit hospltalUa I
local assistance I and will refer the itnv.ii our hump this trih doe i.f E,pt I of these men II I
GEORGE F. GUTHRIE help'J Jb to contact one lion and: other corao'n' aUons! for
case to the county If further 'mh"r. Ittf.
HELEN LIED I'II ANK J. CONRAD Another action w'af the election lIelvlct'c l"n'c'e1 d.-abilities ail i
neces-ary t G CONRAD I II
JOE MOEM put,n.HI oci I. HARRY. JIM*. I with a unanimous vote, of' to wok wh!( the VA In obtaining J
Members of the investigation _
B PARKS Dr. James: E. Blades as post medical !. better hon'ita's and care for all
committee a re Crawford Police NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
--o-- Rfcdvrm FICTITIOUS NAMES I ndvl or. The position Is a now veterans J;
State CandidatesFor Chief Hanchey Secretary B. E. The un.lif.it nod dm hereby evrt,f v t
Venice-Nckomis that he :i. Partying in the hu.I.... nf
Bowen of the buy'nx. selling and olherwiiie dealing' with,
Governor Chamber of Commerce and Rev. real and p M.nnl irnirty. at Sara<.'ta
Florida' under tie firtlll..i. name if H 1...- Really
BERT LEIGH ACKERFor George Harper of the Venice-No- trip Gin (..... Dparlnent I lNi.t / il

Representative inState komls Methodist Church. Other e"rnir. .t.,ll which hun'nih. la also In'j INVITE YOU [
tim. carried in under the firtitinun n. yours f
Legislature committee members are Mrs. J. if .:Ioot.1. A ins Ci I Nit Incorporate I IfWE
and, that said, bmlnem l i. owned In I I
U. S. TFLEFORD JR. T Blalock Dr. Leonard W. S. intirelv hv the iindernUnwl n 'I To visit our Modern Abstract
n.'r ,12 le
Stryker of St. Marks Episcopal! Conrad whine place of r, in l Plant. We cnjoy showing you i
C South Orange AM'nue. Sara",nla. 1
Cot!. didates Church A. B. Hider Mrs LonnleClcmmons It i I. mv inlenli to Apply DO0 how w work to make your
Clerk of the Circuit Court In ..
T. J. Gibbs and Arthur 8nr..ota County Fl..rirta. to .... 'Io'.j or1LE rbst act.NSU J

For Board of Lewis The last five members aiil names if "ii"h bualnno' rl!. ;.
County innlaiiina of I'hlll'"'' MM. a .
CommfssinnersFRANCIS \
were aDi.ointcd to the committee Florida Acts ..r 1911.Wilms. ABTRAC'TSTITLE '.1
O BALDWIN Wednesday and the last ; my hand this 2'lh .toy of R..,,, .
on 'mir'e 04'. Issnu,0,
WILLIAM B. FINNEY two represent the town's colored PRANK J. 'ONRAI1 I :

EDWIN F. McCANNFor P"bllh Port I. H. 13. 22. 1949.
population. jl j

Sheriff The committee was formed a FOR QUICK RELIABLE Abstract Companyof

CII.' w. MEAD little snore than one yeai azo I SERVICE. CALL

first chairman was the late :
|or Board of Public Instruction Harry A. BNSch, who was t'jrn VenicePlumbing Sarasota

SARA A. QFRNHARDOR secretary of the chimbT of ccm- ShopBox lien .1.. II"mnn. President :11'
403!: HALL REACH pans! to Mild 5"t"'. "y .r ltllslfIo:1I: 1021 PtRVIf": r ,
tneice The group: Venice Phone 2153 n" FPIIO\1:4 tuft and 2IU In Si\1II STRFET I
M. ROWLAND future meetings every three :i :

Fir Justice of the Peace months or oftener If necessary.ROOFING flit.... ___ 0 :\ ;:



Roof Walk of All Kinds 1
For Constable
; t'Duke") PORTER ,Phones BJ. 2873 Home 29H1 .


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Seaboard Avenue Phone 2151



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vnnci GONDOLIER: Friday,
Page Eight -

Than Flying Driving Is Easier Cart Smitty's Moves Up Note]

: :Ting! an airplane Is a lot eas- H

'if' ,!At'tr least than that driving the an conclusion automobile! that! League Winner New Bowling League Starts Girls Drop a 'Heartbreake?

.rial tc be indicated! by the ex- After Meeting on

imple of Mickey Keys 16-ytar- Ties Electrics new four-team men's "B' Sarasota Bent VenetiansIn ler. Marie Pfaff, Marjif(
old eon of Mr. and Mn James B league, which will roll Friday Close 'Pin Match Peter and Ann i SiIrk
, ., Keys of Pence de Leon Ave Bowlakad' were Daisy McOet,It
night at the Venice
For Top PlaceContinuing Rolling a special match Sunday ma Cochran, Rose APDne, ,
f t A1t'10\I if h not yet licensed to was organized Monday night at a night at the Bowlakade, a squadof thy McDonald and ]iIIIt

I. j I \ curie an automcbile, Mickey! las ,I meeting In the local alleys Venice gals droPPed a heartbreaker Questlonatl,

; 'peer: soloed] In a Piper Cub tram the they set Sarasota lemale -
1\ ; pace The teams will be sponsored by to a aggregation The Venice 'All SIiI'

. n l.i p _ng j>.aie and earn,d a Civilian last week, Smltty Tavern bowl Edmondson Farms Oreens Fuel team, calling It'elf i the

At:tioutcs Acini.nistiation stu- era defeated an Earl Oarage Venice scored 647 696 and 669! Merchants
' I J J'i Co, Venice Radio and J and J also rolled fcl
quad by two out of threen
total but the visitors
t 20U
',,:'It pilrts lice me, Wha'b more for a
, j the city league play Tuesday Aircraft Corp Officers are to bt made It 683 687 and 685 for 2057 Sunday night against the )
became the
np "jeicby youngest night at the Venice Bowlakade ejected at a meeting at the Bowl The Sara. otans' consistency was sots City Linen tram And

,"edt nt to cit a rating at the Al- The win was on Scores of 1029 ukade tonight. the most unusual thing about a breakdown of their .
:Municipal: Airport according 10 1)30 and 1010 to 1092 The barroom -
available the
and apparently un- Venetian J
The "B" league which will ob- theIr game .
;!i'tr ictor Bill! Lightfoot of the bon dropped the third 2667
nerved the local girls to 2651.Anothtr ,
'1, J A J Aircraft Co fame, 970 to 1015 but It was too serve ABC rules will roll Its firstmatches High score during the contestwas sent of menu

'I tMfoot said the youngster. ate for the repairmen to fix at 8 pm on the alleys, a 182 made by Anita Koog- women's "challenge"will ma

" i alto a student at the their unhappy fate ler of Venice be held thl Sunday

'1' r.. Acm. .' High School "enlce-No-I The new victories put Smitty's Alpha Sale ContinuesThe The home team Included KoolI'r the Bowlnkadi
I .J Ipr-i after 13 hours two fun games ahead of the oth-
; second anniversary sale of
'f.I :: mt colored a peilcd of 18 er league teams In game standings -

.->ncr',is, He would have done *o giving the 1947 champs nine the Alpha Music Shop, which be- THE KING FURNITURE CO.

air the Instructor said, bit >.in to only thIef losses since gan last week will continue all FRED B. KINO, OWNERof

'"A4 leeulatons make 16 the 1 league play started last month. next week as well, This Informa-
11'11' Punta Qoida
.1)in.muIU age for soloing Tao 3-ttav Tip tion was Inadvertently omitted
; ; V f fight itself lasted for :JO Tied for second place positionat from an advertisement placed in TO THE BUSINESS LIFE OF

,7111,1311 during which Key the end of Tuesda>'t rolling the Gondolier last week by Paul THIS AREA

made four or five practice land- were three squads, each with seven
Goldens:eln, owner of the shop
!, Ii'' ore and toured the city, Just as victories and five defeats
at 311
} n-11 ance Police! Chief Herbert These were the Englewood Mer-

, I 0 Hanchey stood by in the city chants, the Venice Electrics and old phone number was also given OPERATORS: OF

: i ,'rwo But ItI'< s not needed the Adorjan Truckers according I Instead of the one now in Venice Beach Casino

to tabulations by League Secretary I use, Venice 3651
Excitement Stirred Up Jce Jossart.
t By Female KeglersA Third place saw -nether three
Electrics who rolled 190 207 and
way tie between t. Is. Jossart
Mile exclenient: was stirred Plumbers and Venice Furniture 158 for a. 553 total Runner uo Cooking's Our Profession|

'ip In tv \inteVomens\ Bowing h. said, each with f,\e wins and was Roy DeRoche ol Smltty

:' Leamn this week seven losses Venice Food remained I pith 202, 149 and 201 for 552 We've prepared fine fncd,lor no:fllm!

Girls representing Smitty's In the basement ,wltil The Venice "All Stars," high :: restaurants all our working lives 1:1

Tavern pushed up to a tie with only two victories to 10 defeats average aggregation that rolls (
the leaders of the leagie the V 1 were using all weve learned toglverwll
The Merchants defeated the each Wednesday in Sarasota, also '
4 Venice! Electric Petticoats, by de- Electric on Tuesday Uo gamesto ). GOOD food In our own !little remit J
l continued to do well this week
testing Dvscvenn Texaco lassie I three, but It'a one of the i ( REAL BEEF HAMBURGERS
I' t two games to one at the Bow'la- hottest conte>ts cf the evening, They whipped a Davis Lumber t-

,1 tad on Wedne ttay The Merchants took the first Co team by a total pin score of with ill the Trlnmums

At the same time the Electrics tame by 15 pins, 975 to 960 But 539 to 2436 -- \ ONLY IVALSO
who led the league last week, .." .J
the next 10 frames ended with "
High score man for the locals -
H '*ere defeated by the K Club love both teams tied at 1012, and a \ SEAFOOD
Joe -
a as Jos Jf i roll-off was necessary before the COMPLETF. DINNERS: :
49 for 569 total, Others were
Ibis gave both Smltty and Electrics could claim a win ERNIE KAPPELMANN KATHRYN KAPPELMASKAPPELMANN'S
I Stan Rlchaidson of the Gondolier

the Electric seven victories and That gave the ''thunderbolts I DRIVE .I IN
1 474: Jim Oakley of B B
..ve defeats: Dvsevtns, six win 9 chance to cop the contest, but I I
Dunn Billiards, 491, Ernie Peterof to I 11 pa
and six losses and the K
Clubtour the strain had apparent: I Irn
I, Vehice Electric 499, end Tony ON THE TRAIL 24! MI. North.r VD7t1
victories and eight defeats too much for them and
they I Dyseven of Dyseven Texaco. 531.K' .
Anita KociUr: of Devens took went down in the final game 9811

:high score honors with a 165 to f25 ,

r The Venice Food boys, although 1- i
able to cop the mIddle I'
Tarpon game in their cort[st with the I

1 Jo arts, dropped both the first : P1CIA1S

CenterTIDE and the last The :cores were 9111|

it e to 979, 992 to 913, and 884 to 9aJ. ,
I Across The Board j|

TABLES The only across-the.board victory -
CANNED h ---
1 of the evening was scored GOODSGOLDEN
1 \Do J( r. INLET I by the Adorjan Truckers against \h 1NI'J'H"U: ''J1IJ

Yenta Rasa Correction) Venice Furniture Although the KEY 3 Tall Cans
Furniture men actually bowled a MILK . 41c
FrS 0.' I'i 11,'. ..,.., S:24 "m
:U: a.m. 5:14. p m. higher number of pins In all IG\ Nfc j Can
fit (1 t 1C : cn1, :
8.. .. UI1R p... R,09 pm three games, the handicap gays FRUIT COCKTAIL . . 23c
MlOr t
n 11:04
c ft 1ft R:10 1m.
the Adoijani final of 901
12:1,7 ,.Ift 444 Im ta,',
N re., I- 12:1' ii m 5:19 a m to 842. 939 to 889 ard 950 to 831 J

Tnf, O,t, 11, Il"r.I:"" a p.m., 6:5n 7:14 am pm High Individual scores of the TOMATOES . . . 13C

2:l1 1' m ;"''I ,."., I "venlng'a Tony Dy.e\cn of the IGA CALIF >. r, V, 2i CM
Wo, fit 2 12'\r a.m m I PEACH j.11
':12 p.m 5:11t 1 'n, HALVES . . 29c
Thar lid. 1Fll 1 :21 ... ':'2" m, CAMPBELLS
I" I' '" -:!" I' 3 Carts
'I.t 2 IIJ. m, 1".n." "'1 II :
1 ----0- I SOUP . . 29c 2Sc
Live BaitTfkle
i \'!ll'WAIT DOG FOOD . . 23c CABBAGE . . lIb,
I 10,\ t\LIF ALL GREEN 10' ,
:I-OZ. CAn It

All Types of Boats -- Deke'i Shoe Repair ASPARAGUS . . . 29c YELLOW ONIONS 31bs,

.\\.IIable! At Our Do k- Venice Next I A...Old.. C rim, ..rrd Stall 11..11.1,.n SUNNY MORN 1.lb) PIt::'LETTUCE . . heal 12c,

COFFEE . . . 39c 10lbs-3
ROYAL GUEST: l'I|lb. pke\ U. S. No. 1 POTATOES


MAXWELL HOUSE i.ib, Tin BUTTER . . 3)\

\n North: PINEAPPLE 2 n-oz Can FANCY CATSUP-. . .
ON &JUhSTRmdLlNEh TABLE JUICE . . 25c 1"0. Ill

JUICE . 15c
It Yon Don't Want: to PI",. Come In and Watch Anyway

Venice Food Shop'lGA' EVERY DAY

315 \V, Venice Ave. Next to Gondolier I I West Venice AvenueI ''



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