Venice gondolier
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 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1946
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: UF00079934:00018
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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xtension of the Seaboard railway from its present'nus Starting next Friday, June
plan to a new taxi service in Venice, coupled
south of Venice to link 14, State Highway Patrol Offi-
just up with the line's Bocade with
a bus service that would run on a hourly schedule from _
branch at or near Placida is under serious considers- cer Ross Boyer will be at the
| Edgewood to the beach at the foot of Venice avenue, and .......
Venice station Tamlaml .
this week police ,
fit learned by The Gondolier.
was along the Tamiami Trail from the Venice south city limit to
onstruction of the new trackage, about 20 miles in Trail at Venice avenue, each Nokomis the "* "1
was presented to city council at its me .
Friday at 3 m. sharp to give f'1
length, not only would provide a p. last week. I

Stealing To more direct rail connection between automobile drivers' examina- Henry Phillips of Venice, accompanied 'I ,vv.mii
nt tions and to issue drivers'licenses
the big Gulf coast
ports of his
by attorney, Clyde! -
ost Culprits At Tampa and Boca Grande, but and student permits. Wilson of Sarasota, presented the New No-Vel'Post
would furnish Venice's Anyone desiring the free
fastgrowing request for a franchise coveringhis
To Close CharterMembership
Least $25 Fineder sister community of Englewoodwith state drivers' Instruction hand- proposed operations. Action'

long-needed railroad facili books may obtain them from was delayed by the council, which RollTo x
either Chief of Police. Gerry
the direction of R. S.. ties.Fred called a special meeting to con

y, city beautilication director,, Kruea, Englewood electri- Pestotnik or Officer Louis Ad- sider his proposal. (The public make certain that all veter-

[George Higel, city superinnt cal contractor, recently completed orjan. hearing was held last night, after ans in this section of the county

of streets and parks, first circulation of a petition requesting, I i the Gondolier's press time.) desirous of becoming charter

1 "spadework" in'the Venice the Seaboard railway to build the 10-Cent Fare members of No-Vel Post No. 159

ification campaign was done extension. New Methodist Phillips said he planned to of the American Legion have a fin-

|week, with plots being pre- 400 Sign Petition Minister Will charge a 10-cent fare on the bus al opportunity to sign up, the

I for planting in center park- More than 400 residents and line and fix a taxi rate of "any- "charter roll" will not be closed

along Harbor drive and on property owners of Venice, Engle- Preach SundayA where In the city for 30 cents." until the post's next meeting, on

Tamlaml Trail near the wood, Arcadia, Placida, Punta He was informed he must first Monday night, June 24.

Ington Hotel and Apart- Gorda, Gasparilla, Punta Gorda recently discharged Navy obtain a certificate of public necessity This action was decided upon

Beach, and Boca Grande signed chaplain, the Rev. H. Maurice and the council indicated it. last Monday at the local Legion

conjunction with the new the petition, Kruea said. Felton of Key West, has been ap- would not be prepared to grantan posts meeting in Community hall

uty treatment" for the city, "Only four persons," he added, pointed pastor of the Venice- exclusive franchise unless the in Venice. All known dischargees

city council at its last meet- "declined to sign, demonstratingthe Nokomis Methodist church and city received a satisfactory annual in this area, both men and women,

instructed City Attorney La- unanimity of opinion here regarding will preach his first sermon here monetary consideratipn for such a will be so notified by mail.

Rose to prepare a new ordl- the desirability of havingthe next Sunday morning at the 11 privilege.Mrs. Commander Thomas M. Wrede,

e designed to prevent the railroad extend its present o'clock service. Virginia Wilson, owner of jr., who presided over the Mon-

ling or destruction of shrub- Tampa-Venice line." The Rev Felton was named to the present Venice Taxi Service, : day night meeting, announcedthat

and plants. Kruea submitted the petition to take over the local church, suc- also was present at the meeting. he will make his committee

rider the new ordinance, of- the road's district freight agent, L. ceeding the Rev. F. A. Shipley, by Phillips said he planned, if I appointments at the June 24 meet-

ers will be subject to a mini- A. Jones of Palmetto, and yester- Bishop Arthur J. Moore duringthe granted a franchise, to launch the Ing, which. will get under way at

fine of $25, with penalties day was advised by Jones that he annual Florida Methodist con- bus service about November 1. I 8:30: p. m.

[ing up to $250 being provided has forwarded the document to ference at Daytona Beach duringthe In addition to disposing of sev-

{serious, malicious cases the railroad's headquarters. past week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Venice Woman eral organizational matters, mem- 1

he council also adopted a M. Cousins of Venice attended the bers of No-Vel post delegated

Mon directing the city at- Community Service conference, the former as offi- Dies In Sarasota Commander Wrede to appear before -

ey to write the Baynard Bros cial delegate from the local church. I, the city council last night
Club Succumbing after undergoing and to the council's atten-
to Sponsor bring
i a letter advising that the city The Rev. Shipley, pastor here :
operation in Sarasota, tion the fact that few flags
a major were
w ready to go ahead with the Benefit since early this year, was trans-
PartyWith 'Mrs. Bertha L. Waite, 53, wife of displayed in Venice on Memorial
ring of the new city sewage ferred to a new pastorate at Bowl-
'Dr. C. S. Waite of Venice, died Day. Wrede asked the councilmento
led proceeds going to the Ven- ing Green, Fla. '
Monday morning. make arrangements for the
he action was taken following ice Girl Scouts fund to repair Expected to arrive here this early
I Dr. Waite left yesterday for his display of the flag, par-
mplete review of the entire their building at the civic recrea- Friday, the Rev. elton is marriedand proper
former home at Westwood, N. J., ticularly on or in front of city
water works set-up, duringch tion center, a benefit party will is the father of a threeyearold -
where funeral services and burial buildings, on Flag Day, this Fri-
Finn Caspersen, local real, be given at 8 p. m. Friday, June daughter. will be held. day, June 14, and on all future .
te and
man property owner 21, in Community hall in Veniceby Mrs. Waite was stricken sud- national holidays.
Knitted an outline of "duties of
I the Community Service Club. Bungalow Court denly last week, although she had The Legionnaires also requestall M'
water works board of trus-'
Renovation Work apparently been in the best of merchants and citizens of Ven-
Is invited.
He urged immediate compllfc -: The public
health since she and her husband ice and surrounding communitiesto
with provisions of the water Captain Hiram Ide will act as Gets Under WayWork
located here last March 1. Un- display the flag on such holi-
>ks ordinances, including sub- assisted Mrs. A. L. Bla-
caller, by of preparing the Bunga- able to obtain medical attentionIn days.

| ion by the trustees soon of lock, Mrs. Alice Lumley, and Mrs. low Court property on Palmetto Venice, due to the absence of

ed quarterly reports he maln- Anne Surls. court for fall occupancy was start- Dr. T. S. Thompson, who is vaca- $1,500,000 Fiber

council.they had failed to submite Mrs. H. S. Bowden, president of ed this week by Mr. and Mrs. M. tioning near Washington, D. C., Plant PlannedAt

A. Braswell, recent purchasers of she was taken to Sarasota for
the club, yesterday announced appointment Punta Gorda
the 14-unit place.
>llins Cling of Mrs. Blalock as gen- The Braswells, who purchasedthe addition to her husband, she Plans to construct, within the
eral chairman of the affair. Re- Land Is survived by her father, OscarC.
> Lead in Big court from the Venice I next 18 months, a $1,500,000 fiber
freshments will be served during Co., plan to repaint it inside and : Lambert and a daughter, RuthA. factory at Punta Gorda, 30 miles
rpon Tourneycores both of Westwood, N. J.,
and renovateall
the evening. outside this summer I' south of Venice, were disclosed
10 one-bedroom and four two- and a son, John L. Williams of week the Punta Gorda
of tarpon were boated Committee members named Include lust by
Venice and Sarasota during thet : Refreshments and prizes, bedroom units. They also have Woodbridge, N. J. Chamber of Commerce. From 100

week by hopeful anglers, but 'started relandscaping the property. to 200 persons will be employed.
Mrs. Thomas Wrede, Jr; Mrs. ENTERS U. OF F.
released recentlyby Is slated to be built
press time for the Gondolier, The court was The plant
resentative Jerry Collins of Charles Wrede, and Mrs. H. E. the army, which had used it Jay H. Lumley son of Mrs. by an organization headed by C.

asota and his 116-pound catch Weltz; arrangements at the hall, as a nurses' home while Venice I Alice Lumley of Venice, has entered W. Fowler of Washington, D. C.,

(three weeks ago continued to Mrs. Lumley, Mrs. Eugene Maier, Army Air Field was In operation the University of Florida at a former top official In the Small

1 the pack in the fight to cap- and Mrs. Helen Duncan. during the war. Gainesville. War Plants corpoiation., It would
the 1946 Buick sedan being prepare palmetto fiber for use in

red as first prize in the In- PARALYSIS CASEIN a variety of products.The .
ational Tarpon Tournament. REPORT OF INFANTILE company plans to remove

ajor change in palmetto from about 200,000 acres
the ratings last
k_came on Thursday, when VENICE PROVES TO BE ERRONEOUS and A. C. Frizzell already has

s. Emma N. Crawford of Louise here. signed a contract coveriing 70,000
> the Albee Farm road east of forestall appearance of polio acres of his land near Murdock, a
Ky., landed report Issued on
a 112-pound Despite an erroneous ordered the police department -
i after Nokomis and about three. miles Mayor Higel :20 miles south cf Venice, it was
a three-hour the county
battle toe last week by that all garbagecans
the lead In the women's divis- health officer, Dr. F. L. Hall of northeast of Venice.In tightly covered to I reported. The firm also has placed
the case, Dr. Hall are kept I under contract, on a 25-year basis,
of reporting
1 the big Sarasota County Sarasota, there has been no out- minimize the breeding of flies. He of
gelers' club tourney. Her catch break of infantile paralysis in declared: requested all citizens to check about 30,000 acres
0 "There is no cause for alarm Charlotte county land. The con-
put her in third place In the Venice. sanitary facilities and 1
the only one in their own tracts call for the start of actual
unament as a whole. The health officer, In reportingthat and one case beclas'sed I follow out the recommendations of within
hardly can manufacturing operations
ohn Hill of Osprey went Into a 12-year-old girl polio vic- Sarasota epidemic." : the county health officer 18 months.

lead In the light tackle divis- tim was undergoing treatment in as ,an he reiterated that precautionary Meanwhile, Mrs. Elliott, who is

1 on Friday when he hooked a Sarasota hospital, mistakenly However steps, as outlined in employed in the Venice post office APPOINTED
Pounder identified her as a resident of of Carl Curry to
while fishing off Ven- warning published in lastweek's reported yesterday that Von- Appointment
I with Captain his succeed C. E. Futch, who has resigned -
S. S. Blackburn. Venice.Dr. Gondolier, should be taken cille apparently is recovering from

II hooked a total of 13 tarpon, Hall, after newspapers had all residents of the county. her poliomyelitis attack, althoughshe effective June 15, as custodian -

neing six of them to gaff. published the erroneous report, by Venice city officials, under the is still confined to the isola- of Venice-Nokomis high
n. C. K. CaBal ''of I ward at Sarasota hospital. Dr. school, was announced this week
>am Venice Issued a" correction, disclosing that personal direction of Mayor ClydeV. tion
Charlotte, N. C.. hooked a the child (Voncille Elliott, daughter Higel, immediately took action Hall, too, reported the child is by board George trustee Mitchell, county
-Pounder on medium tackle regulations designed tot "doing
Lucille Elliott) lived i to
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VENICE GONDOLIER"I Venice Bowlakade I Women's Summer

do not agree with a word you< say, but will Summer League l Bowling LeagueS GULl

defend with my life your right to say it.VOLTAIREPllbll.hed

Wedneid.y. Editorial and business> office, Gulf Tots i Total
Theatre Bldo. every Welt Venice Ave.. Venice Florida P. O. Bolt 632.Telephone Pine ** W L Fln THEATRE
Wilt W L
In Neitleweod Gift Shop
VENICE 2961 Branch
__ 11 4 8094
15 3 12.919 Venice Garage .
: '" 1 Venice
s k 'Entered as second-class matter June 6, 1946, at the post office Venice Food ......... 14 4 12,985 Trailer Park .._ 8 4 6612

at Venice, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879." Lanier's Drugs ?._ 11 7 12.520 Blackburn's __ 8 4 6553 nSr..ssv'.v:

Subscription. rates: One year, $2,50; three month., $1. Classified for ......... .. 8 10 12,325Rigel's Palm Grill ".._._M 7 8 8068 Second Show sCV/l
word Baptists .M.
I advertising, rate: 2 cents per word, first 20 word.; 1 cent per 8 10 12,19; Bowlakade __'M 5 10 7817 M ATI NE SUNDAY'

I each additional! word. Fishermen Appliances.............. 7 11 12,437 Nestlewood .._..... 3 12 7837 lox Show Office Starts open:1(11 P..9 a.

4 I CARROLL H. WILLIAMS ___.__ Editor and Publisher Methodists ...__... 3 13 12,242.1 rift Results Shop last d.futed'enici Wednesday: Nutlewood Garage I WEDNESDAY J U II

Bankers ............_... 4 1* IVW': to 1, "THE HAGIRLS"
wrp the praises of this state Kciulte laM MondayBowlakade
ww. Results last week: Venice Laun- defeated N .lle"'ood, S to 0: Venice
to Walter Carleton of'en. 2to oarage defeated I'alm Grill, S to 0.Venice .
defeated Venice Food Shop, In
well dry Technicolor l lTMUPSDAV
MULLIGAN ice, who likes our city so defeated Methodists =Nestlewood ........... 51S &So 52. 1574
that he sat himself down the ether 1; Fishermen Venice Garag621 505 514 UU1I"'lakad. JUNir;
2 to 1; Lamer Drugs defeated .GUTNIGHT
I night and composed words .. 655 5te U8 1597Nestlewood
n" '
Venice-Nokonus Bank, 3 to ..... .._ 521 600 15U '
/l:, music of what he terms, simply, ''' DUNE "' Dt'
l f'c'\ > anything new in the ," He hum 0; Baptists defeated Higel's Appliances 1 SU
\ th' "A New Venice Song Garage ...- 510 (01 (51 1704
5t w tat above this MulI -I med the music for us, but all we 3 to 0. Palm Grill ..... (21 (41 617 ISS "PURSUIT TO
I "ligan 'e're referring to I .. ... ... 6"2 "<* :18Ilia. < tdntudftv night, I p.m., Trailer
? r't' ALGIERS"B..il
;y. can relay to you are the words: I. .. .. .m. 6T6 In 717 208> Park \.. Bllckburn'l.
". that line Ml; Entered as ec- I _Rtthbene__Nadit.|
ond-clasi matter "That "Venice.-sunshine,-and flowers, Bankers s :...:' .... .: 679 72e 636 676 707 toe 2022Lunler 21421ethodie LEAVES ENGLEWOOD SUNDAY AND MONDM
marks another milestone In, the "It'i a delightful affair Newly elected president of En- JUNE uir"CONFIDENTIAl

career of the Gondolier It You wouldn't know jour own s '.:::::.:::' 664: m" m 201, glewood Parent-Teachers Association ,

also means we can accept legal advertising brother I,., Laundry .............. 7"8 '35 'u 2173 Mrs. Allen Rice, has left AGENT'.
52 weeks from now, providing "After a healthful time there } toe 671 T:4U ui4 with her three children for Ames- Charles. ..Boyer. Liirm Ssl

we don't miss any issues Believe me 'wdAVER'GES TO Pin A'or.f bury, Mass. She expects to return TUESDAY JUNE ANO WEDNE5B is '
Games .15
We between can hardly now and wait next. June. 6 "Land of riches and beauty, I"f : rti,Laundry Htgel's :':.::: 18 9 m m before school starts next September "DOLL FACE"Clr"M

.., .. 11 283' 156 unless arrangements are 411118 .
"Fixes things plumbers can't fix; V. Fuod : : Dtnui I OO e
Duke. 18 255 151 Blunt Perry Daa
"Surf' bathing, fishing there, beats Hal .Irlerl, 'I.h'men 9 1380 151 made permitting her to join her
What with all this to-do about anywhere E. Ke)'" Bankers .. I 451 151ri. husband in Japan.
any A'urwo'ed. Lanl.r' U 1772 1483Ierritt.
helping out the reedy all over 1
We\e got a bagful of tricks." V. Fad 11 2625 148 ----- --
the world, wonder if we in Venice I e e J. l'urw."d, Lanier's n 2611 145Ku.kendall.
i Laundry 18 2595 144mlth ALPHA INSTITUTE OF MUSICHELENE
couldn't distribute a little aid Those who remember Rev. Roy : V. J'\fod ... 11 2,69 143
Chlldero 'I.herll1en.. J 427 142Weitz Phone Venice 2835
closer home Meaning 1
to one
325 Laurel It", Sarasota 019 Harbor Dr,
Gustafson, former Baptist pastor Bankers 18 2534 141 Vnr
of the victims of that fire in the I Williams V, Food
j colored here, will be interested to learn Murphy: Laundry :.: U m m
Venice week
quarters a that he is now associate pastor of Edge, Hankers IS 2093 110
ago Sunday was Florence Charles, Curia, J'tohermen 12 1685 140ZicIer
the First Baptist church of Tucson, IlapU.1I 15 21"7 1391'unn
who is the mother of fl\e->'ear- Fishermen Is 211 137
old Johnnie B and six' 'ear'old Ariz He recently wrote to Ruth I"rl\.t"rd, Baptists ..... 1. 257 137 CURTIS COLD WAVES!
and "Kirk" Kujkendall that his Br..hard, Lamers ,11 21,4 134Nele..n
Laura MaAll of their clothes I Baptists ... ... 18 :141 138
church had "o\er 2,200 in Sun T.Vrvde. )1.lhOOIIIl 18 2137 135 OUR SPECIALTYPhone
and personal belongings went up ArnlU PsotInu .... 18 2111 134
day School Easter Sunday with a ....... ..
in flames Florence could use McNeil. H'gel'a' 18 :111 134
total offering of nearly $5,000." .. I P"nd.r Bankers 11 18..S 134
some more clothes herself she already Raehurn, Lanl.r' ...... 11 2361 131 U* At 2971 For An Appointment
I Larsen, Baptists 9 1171 131
has ?
I' been given a dress or This is the last week of the litorseth, Laundry 18 m: m
two), but her main concern is Nave Fishermen 12 PALM SHOPVENICE
first half play in both the men's RICh, Lanl..r' .. .. .. IS 2148 125
clothing for Johnnie B. and Laura Hanchev Bankers .....
and women's summer bowling Leger, tlig.'Vs : U mi m
May Anyone having such to
leagues at the Venice Bowlakade .Adrian, 1'. Food.. ._ B 2tP5 122
spare is asked to leave them at King. Fishermen 15 1\30 121 (Closed Saturday afternoon and all day Mondays during h |
Final In the feminine IIlrd""n", Methodists 9
garnet 1081 120
the Oil:e Lou Kelly house in the Du\'aU HIgel'a ., 18 JIIS 119 summer months)
colored quarters, Florence said, loop will be rolled tonight, while Icl'rlckon, Rankers 15 189 119
the finale matches for the I C. \\r.do Methodists 11 2127 lIS
she herself being away, working, men Barbour, Hi"el'l .. .. 12 1120 liS
all day will be held tomorrow night JUnco. Fishermen .. 6 7"6 liS
Blalock. Methodists .
In both cases, results will determine n..buck Laundry 18 15 1268 2071 115 63

: Bv the time you read this, Col. which teams will be first

and Mrs J, C, Gunnison should be half champions Second halt AWAY ON VISIT HARDWARE

nell on their way to his new station play is slated to start next week Mrs. J. T Blalock of Venice is

at Portland, Ore The Maybe different sponsors, visiting( Lt. Col. end Mrs. GeorgeF.

colonel, who has been commanding though, in some cases.Department Anderson at Randolph Field,

officer at Venice Army AirField Texas Mrs. Anderson is Mrs. Bla-

I for the past several months, Store lock's niece.

is a native cf California. (So'. Owner
Buys Lots
yours truly, for that matter.) Any-

way, main difference is that the I Sale of two lots at the south WOODARD'S

colonel has been longing to get east corner of West Venice ave LUNCHEONETTE

back to the West Coast for weeks nue and Nassau street by Mrs. Gulf Theatre Bldg.

and weeks and weeks. We like the Fitzhugh W. Haensel to D. Cury, VeniceDoubleDip Whatever Your Building Needs

West Coast, too the West Virginia department store chain

Coast of Florida, that is operator, was disclosed this week lei Cream You'll Find It Pay. To See Ui First

Of course, it takes a 'Floridian" by the H. N. Wimmers real estate Sodas

from Wisconsin to properly sing office Frank J. Cadwell hand v and PAINT LUMBER BUILDING MATERIALS |

led negotiations. Sundae

Dye Apartments Cur}, whose home is in Norton,
West Venice Ave, at Nassau It. Va", former home of Councilman Breakfasts

VENICE George W. Botts, contemplates construction Lunches V.nlc,1UI
I East
Venice Avenue, Near Seaboard Depot
4 1 $35 to $45, Furnished of a retail store building DIIIIII

Phone 2715 on the property, which has a
Mn B. J. Dye, Manager frontage of 50 feet on Venice ave- I -

I nue.

11 Tide Tables

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.f (Punt. Rasa Correction)
High LowWed duy
;KM' ; ,aJ4 v June II .., 426 p m
Thur., June it 11! a:m: 12:45 ..m.

:4kF FrI., Jun. H. t SUSS.l .:::: MJSJS;: :::::

8at.. June 15 : a9 10 p.m a.m., u: : p.m.a.m.: SUNDAY

t' Sun. Jun. II.. t It a.:m.: Y tn a.m.. : ,

' 1(' e s Mon, June 17 ? 13 41 Gl a.m.. : u. : a.m.: :

Tuea., June 11 UHSSVet : : 6:15 8ea:: p am:m:

I Ikc E. B. THOMAS P. O Venice Box 87 ", June It U.4) a.m. nr: a.m.:::: JUNE 16
Ift 10 41 .m. e ID pm.
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Phone Venice 2864


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day, June 12, 1848 VENICE GONDOLIER
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l" Week Days Dinner. a honeymoon tour of Florida Fryers at RetailWith Reminder esees.VENICE .
" m. -DinnerP. atoapm.Sunday this week are Mr. and Mn. Jack
to p. Duke of Nokomis, whose wedding a flock of 3,000 New GONDOLIER
Closed Mondays occurred at the First Baptist Hampshire Reds already on hand, Main Editorial and Business Office
church in Sarasota last Sunday the Laurel Shores Poultry Farm
with the Rev. H. C. Wayman offi this week announced it is now Now Located In
ciating.At ready to sell live and dressed fry. GULF THEATRE BUILDING
the single ring ceremony ers to the r tail, is well as wholesale West Venice Avenue
f : Joseph Duke brother of the groom, trade. Phone 2961
served best Operators of the farm which is
as man while Mrs. (Closed All Day Tuesdays)
Herbert Blackburn, sister of the located at the Moremen place in
Laurel For Your Convenience, Subscriptions, Classified Ads and News
bride, acted as matron of honor. Shores,about one-half mile
Be Accepted At Our Branch Office In the Neitlewood
Duke, who Is in charge of Eagle north of the Laurel school are A. Gift Shop, Too. '
Point for the summer, is the son W. (Al) Moremen, Harry Miele,
of Mrs. D. C. Howard of Noko and George Dorso. I
mis. The bride is the daughter of While deliveries are being madeat
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams oi present only on Thursdays, Fridays
Nokomis. and Saturdays, telephoned
loves I II orders for live or dressed fryersto
I be called for FOR DELICIOUS
eating first, will be acceptedat
any time. The phone number is
Bowling 2nd HAVE YOUR SEPTIC Venice 3379. WASTE-FREE MEALS l

i i cute lltttt trick and youer TANK CLEANED NOWFree -

i down how to she meager keeps proper her r CUT FLOWERSPINKS THESE WARM DAYS

with the hug portion of Estimates ZINNIAS, BABY'S
she eat. It', no secretI Prompt Service BREATH
I one of the reg'lar bowlers) ORDERS DELIVERED IF
Venice VENICEPlumbing PHONE 2312

I Bowlakade ShopC. I FROZEN


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(to a word first te words, 10 each
additional word. Minimum share.
V. 150. Cash with Ad. Special' rates
formega tha" one Insertion of the
FOR SALE p00st
COME TO : t FR07fN s a-'
CHICKENS-Live broiler, ell weeks
old. 75c each. Mm J. E. Chenault
East Myrtle avenue Venice.

': WANTED . . {


MOVE OR WRECK Venice H. S. Bowden Owner
On the Trill, at VenIce Avenue : ,
Venice Phone 2682, THO' J. McNEIL, d
Inquire Club La Tends, Venice


YES! R. -_ rydluESaNlu

w1 city

VENICE I is right on the Gulf 4l ,t AY6UITINE

That's Why Its Climate Is Unexcelled / arreU eEAUI i

Summer or Winter

That's why it has one of the finest, most conic

veniently located beaches of any Florida Gulf iAWK

Coast city. _

(Only 5 Blocks From Business District)

For HOME SITES rt rrrEas Patti ecAC"





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n Former High B.L.E. TARPONContinued Commissioners Among items of surplus property Admission to the MyakQ
Redistrict County now on sale and available for State park, in Saraaota
Official Succumbs ( from Face 1) inspection at Venice Army Air II now free, although
while fishing with Captain Bruce Rearrangement of the five Warrant Officer J. a 25-cent
Field, for
Death of L. Gilson Griffing, Rigby last Wednesday. 'I commissioner districts parkithmng
Sarasota county VAAF surplus property ger cars and
Scully, a $1
former grand chief engineer of the Georgette Williams of Nokomisnow I "equal population" parN
on an the followingTwo for trucks
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers ( Mrs. Jack Duke) got two in compliance with a recent officer are or busses 14
who played an active part tarpon during the week, a 4J- basis Circuit Judge W.T. portable gasoline engine genera- more Passengers Ann
I Issued by
order each dragline bucket of the
., In the development of Venice during pounder on medium tackle while voted last Fridayby tors, $217.65 ; a dropping 't the
Caterpillar grader, charge at the
I the '20s occurred in South out last Thursday with Captain commissioners. $141; a Mynkka Eh
Jamesport, N. Y., on May 31,, Herbert Blackburn and a 56- the county legal descriptions of $1,698, a car coal unloader, belt as well as at 12 other set
e I +,1 I friends here learned this week. pounder on light tackle Saturday, Although exact boundaries of the new type, $200, and an automatic coal was made last Week by PIlI
. drifting, who built the palatial wiith the same guide. the districts have not been worked conveyor, $340. rector Lewis G.For Scoggilll,

tenezia parkway home now Tom J. Lanier, Venice druggist, out vet, the areas were designated -
owned by Mr. and Mrs. H. L
boated a 51-pounder, while fish- approved by the board.
I Mundy for his daughter, now Mrs ing last week with Captain Bruce Under on maps the new set-up, each h1 RentFurnished ,
Mae (j. Meier of Gainesville, was reported by E. 0. of
Rigby, was district will include a portion Trailen
well-known in Sarasota ,,,
Nokomis weigh-
Brady, Venice- the city of Sarasota and will havean Cool and Comfortabh
although he moved away from master approximate population as follows 1 Hot Water at All Tine
I Venice about 15 years ago, : Free Use of Rowboq

/ '''' Candidates File District 1 .............-....-.... 3,814 SUMMER RATE
Costs District 2 ...__.............__ 3,850District $15 t'o $35 a Mona
"3'/l! Block To The Beach" Campaign 3 ....._............_._ 3,828 $5 |10 a Week
District 3 candidates for county District 4 ......... .- ...... 3,846 On the Tamlaml Trill, See
.. Gulf ViewApartments commission and school board postsin District 5 ......... ...........- 3,789 Venice & Nokomis phINj>f

the recent Democratic primary Total........................ ... ...19,123 VENICE BAY TRAILER PARK
elections last week filed final' While the redistricting necessarily -
/ 3 Rooms and Bath
compaign expense statements with will involve the rearrange-
SUMMER RATES: County Clerk W. A. Wynne, us ment of precincts, probably increasing -
follows: their number from the
$50 MONTHP. Commissioner '-nndidates': W. L. present 11 to 18 or 20, this will Announcing the Opening of
O. Box 603, Veniceor Woodard (winner) $118.01; George not be done until after the general
Higcl, $1C2.25; M. Cousins, $112.50; election next November, becauseof
Phone Venice 2961 Alexander Murphy, $84.10; T. M the complexity of the job.
Wrede, sr., 10250. Effect of the rearrangement of Laurel Shores)
School board: W P. Hayes (winnei -' the districts will be to give Sarasota -
I ') $106.30; B. E. Bowen, 7055. city voters a decisive vote in

GENTLE REMINDER each of the five districts insteadof
TO ELECT OFFICERSAt in only two commissioner areas,
j' No.1Now tomorrow, Thursday, night's as has been the case ever since Poultry Farm]

that the summer months meeting of the Lemon Bay Re- the county was organized In 1921.
bekah lodge at Englewood, new
are here, your car needs a
change of officers will be elected. Mrs. Troy: BIRTH ANNOUNCEDBirth SPECIALIZING IN
Gibbs, present noble grand, is of a daughter, Dana Lynn,
moving to Punta Gorda. last May 24, to Mr. and Mrs. ClydeP. LIVE AND DRESSED FRYERS
Guest of honor at the meeting Lasbury of Broad Brook, Conn.,
will be Mrs. Senner, president of was disclosed here this week. Dana C__
the Florida Rcbel'uh Assembly.RECUPERATING Lynn weighed 10 pounds, three
r" ounces. Mrs. Lasoury is the former Deliveries Made

Leah Jean Bartlett, daughter -
Although still confined to Sarasota of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Bartlettof THURSDAY, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS
I hospital, six-year-old Law- Venice.
rence Keys, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James of Venice this NEW STUDENT
Keys sr., ,
You cint expect to get the week Is reported "getting along Among the newest students of Retail Business SolicitedCall
best performance from your the J. and J. Aircraft school
fine. The boy was in serious con- flying ,
car without this Important
change Bring your car In today dition for several days after beIng operating at the Frederick Albee
; I operated on for a ruptured ap- Memorial airport here, is Mrs. Lee
BLACKBURN'SSERVICE pendix three weeks ago. orchlana of Englewood, who began at the Moremen Place, Laurel Shores,

STATION Also recuperating in fine shape I learning to pilot an Ercoupe or Phone VENICE 3379
this week Is Mrs Floyd Joyner, under instruction of Floyd Joynerlast
Timlaml Trail Avenue and Venice who was operated on at the hos- week. Joyner also reports Henry "Look For the Sign Yt Mile North of Laurel School"
pital just an hour before the Keys Baukat of Venice is now readyto
VENICE youngster. She returned to her solo.
I Venice home last week. _____u_u___uHHuH


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