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: August 20, 1948
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071736
oclc - 01497811
notis - AKR0035
lccn - sn 96027128
System ID: UF00079934:00132
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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3. NO. 25

Hew Owners Take Over IIII

New Owners,, Editors, Publishers of the Venice Gondolier Trio Alters I


,\\,, Gondolier1st

r/ WeekThe

Venice Gondolier, weekly!

newspaper founded two and one-

half years ago by Carroll H. VV11-

lias and Helen Williams to serve

the entire Venice Nokoml En- "

glewood aiea was formally transferred

this week to its new owners ?

K .
n r rJANIE'
These are Pete S. Conover, his
wIfe Janet, and their cocker

spaniel\, Du Li Ming The trio,

.-E ; now residing in a garage apartment '

behind the Copper Kettle
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Inn on Harbor Drive, arrived in

.U LI AND PLTE town Sunday night and took overactive
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operation of the paper

unctionAgainst China's Gifts totlS. Parking Lot ApprovedBy I Monday morning.Conover .
32, will serve as editor

Outlined to Rotary and publisher of the tabloid,

ngo Fish Center Nokomis Beach Club while Mrs. Conovei, 29, will be 4
"Contributions China Is Making social editor and business manager -

to America" was the subject The dog, 2'a\ will act as office -
Died by Judge of the talk given by Prof. O W Although hampered by pcor attendance, the Nokomis Community mascot and guardian All -
Beach Assn. adopted its first constitution and by-laws at a meetingIn
Groff, Laurel who was gu st three bring to Venice a considerable
speaker at the weekly luncheon the Pine Camp Recreation Hall on Tuesday evenIng. It also made background of newspaper i ;

rams Work Continuest meeting of the Venice Rotary plans to start development of a parking lot and other Improvements and public relations experience. c
in the new Albee Road beach area, which has been made availablefor
t Club yesterday at noon. Prof. Trloi Background"
Owner's Peril, Tho ; public use as result of the'
Orolf is a member of the Sara- When he purchased the Gondolier -

ew Hearing Tuesday sota Rotary. groups efforts Area Ad Folder Conover was employed ai
Only 13 persons attended the
That Prof. Groff Is wellquailflel Y r'
n application for a temporary a writer and editor by the information -
his views life meeting, according to Mrs
to present on In ,
motion .
to prevent H. M. education branch of the
dye Ringo widely known China Is borne out by the fact secretary Charles McO who Roberts said that association advance Planned by C of C Florida Forest Service at Tallahassee -
that he spent 34 as -
years a missionary
ce tarpon workedas
fishing guide, from Previously he had
notices had been sent to at least
there having been sent
ting a dock and sport fishing a copyreader. picture editor, ; J
45. She said the office" and dlteetois -
er on the old Venice Inlet out by Pennsylvania university "sIncerely regretted" thIs I Group Also Hears New feature writer, reporter, war cor-

d, was denied without prejuby on a mission underwritten by the Post Boxes Probable respondent and photographer for
Rockefeller Foundation. He returned lack of attendance, but that they I i
Circuit Judge W. T. HarIn I i newspapers, wire services and
hoped all who have contributed
to China early In 1947, With only two members, seven several
Sarasota on Tuesday. government agencies in
and since coming Weir to the to the group's fund would ap- directors and the acting secretary
application was made byre thosepresent parts of the country. He is a na-
of actions taken
states has been engaged In horti- prove by present, the Vtnice-Nokomh I
Gibbs, proprietor of then at the one and a half I tive of Massachusetts, was rearedIn
culture research In Laurel. Chamber of Commerce discussed
Center here. Ohio and attended the Virginia -
hour sessIon.
t denial In hiS< discussion, the professor plans for the coming winter sea- Military Institute and the
was made on thend Main provision of the constitution son at a meeting Thursday of
pointed out that all our citrus
of Florida.
that evidence presented fruits originated In Asia, as wellas Is Its designation of the last week In the auditorium of the i University
Edwin J. Kennedy, Sarasota These said Mrs. Conover, a native of Nut-
group's objectives are city hall building
tung oil trees, lichee trees and I
rney representing GIbbs, did to be "to cooperate with Sarasota ley, N. J., met her husband while! ,!
SO Most important be
show ramie. This and the fact that project to
that RIngo was respon- In both were employed by the Nut-
County representatives .
per cent of the Chinese peopleare consIdered was publication of a I
for tearing up part of a the maintenance, operation and ley Sun a large weekly near:
engaged In farming presents a new advertising folder for the
ge on the road In Question. Improvement of Nokomis Com- Newark, N. J. She later worked
good reason he said, for the continued area. A 13 by 18-Inch leaflet is
s had cited this as one rea- gas secretary for several business
munity Beach In the Interests of
being announced
research and exchange of planned it was
'for hIs application New York color
firms, including
ideas In the field of horticulture (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Five)
uia create a public peril In photographer, a Milwaukee dress
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It would make the road 1m (Continued on Page Five)

*able> Center and residents of then I Little OldLadv to beLabor Da.vGuestAllainl I

would have ro .
Bowden Elected Director
ns o' :: I
escape If
a or
lary as hostess for M Brooks
n should wash out the new Legion, Others Sponsor : Of Venice Lions Club
and contestants who will participate

that replaced the old one. Mrs. Mary Brooks, 81! r -i In the Labor Day beauty H. S. Bowden, Palermo Place,

t Ringo Judge warned, however Mn Mary E, Brooks SI-year- contest No-Vel Post No. 159 of was elected to the board of directors -

Peril" ir would he be building "at old Purta Gorda woman who attended the American Legion! will sponsor of the Venice Lions Club at i

c on the proceeded with last year's Labor Day M the Labor Day program, the the weekly meeting last night at

new fishing center of the third to be herd under its auspices the Country Club He will serve
rt final disposition of the celebration! here as a guest .r
A further American Legion and former Po- I the unexpired term of R. Q
hearing has been J
ufcd to be held before Judge lice Chief Gerry Pestotnlk, will Other Hosts Haines, who was chosen as fIrst

Ison' next Tuesday morning, return for another "day of joy' Sprightly little Mis. Brooks will vice-president at the last elec-

18 told the Gondolier yester- again this year also be the overnight guest of the tion of officers In June ?

El Patio Hotel, according to Pub- Lion Haines told the group
This was verified! by J. Ir- The "little old woman In the
walden, Sarasota, attorney red hat," ss she became affectionately licity' Chairman B. E. (Barge about his recent flying: trip, and

lingo. known to those who attended Bowen of the Legion, and will bea Lion President Ralph Simpson

>e city was not at last years festivities with breakfast guest of the Rexall introduced his guest, O. M. Keg-

hearing, but represented Venice City her, will be brought to Venice on Drug Store Plans are being made ley, retired army major who returned -

Gilman George Hlgel andy Sept. 5 by Editor and Mrs. Pete a9xtt for her to have dinner at a local last week to Venice
I restaurant, to attend all eventsof
Commissioner W. Lard S Conover of the Gondolier President Simpson announcedthat
remainder of herstay the day-long Labor Day cele- there would be a meeting of
of La- rel During the I
**s. Another witness J.as she will be escorted by MM bration, and to fee taken back to the board of directors immediately
was who! Punta Gorda at the end of the following next week's regu-
wards Venice, former coun- Ralph O Simpson,
Wneer. will represent the Legion AuxllMrs. Mary E. Brooks (Continued on Pace Two) lar session.,

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. Page Two VENICE OONDOLW.R Friday, J

CHURCHES Labor Day Bible Schools Set Plane Travel Okay, Two Say

VENICE.N4KOVHS METHODIST (Continue I from Page One) 3000-Mile. 'Visit' I
After' ; Trip
j B-CHURCH, P.lnt ", ...mI. day by fomeone from that citY. For Children By
7 Gturi rharper M.n!.ter The Invitation to Mrs. Brooks

,,,?, 1:16 II '..in m. Mo Sunrt.y>.nc Schwa"or.hlp.t II lIB sent out by the Gondolier, ChurchesDuly Haines and I Luckey Mr. Haines' parents, lily
I:46 pm. Youth Ftlluwih after she had written a letter to Two Mrs. Fred C Haines
'a It .01. Ei.nlnv trrvktHtdfinlnlr
7U: I..m., U,il.WM! the' newspaper. End I 11-Day Flight Rapids Iowa
.. .. : Mrs Homer
t Payfr end pour .. .. ,a
Enrlew.od Services Same Schedule Classes R. O. Haines and Lester ents Mr. and Mrs Buts
10 a.m. Pansy f F.huol| 1111.. Lottle This 'ear's Labor Day program ,' convinced 1
Venice aie
Lam >p. put t. Planned: for Luckey, both of and other relatives In PoIlo1
t l> m. Churrb irrvlctP well) follow approximately the' All Next'eek that the only way to takea Lac. Wise.: and Mr. t t.,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tame time schedule as last yea"1was vacation to see more people mother and father, Mr
Nassau at Ml.' Avenue It announced this morning by Children and young people of and more of the country In the Sol Luckey In Mitchell ands
t ; II 8.0
.mrh.1I (,nofai,d. Pastor Dick Rich Venice general program I all churches are Invited to attend shortest time Is to fly
10 >m. Rl,IF linn. I chairman for the Legion the classes of the Vacation They landed here Wednesday
11 urn Mnr',In* wrtlctIt 2633 Sarasota_
': p..., BTU This would Include athletic Church School, sponsored by the evening aftr an 11.day cross- 25j
':8" .,. brnnr ....1<1. the city kOpPOSIIe Phones
pen contests in pal Nokomis Met hod II t
".01..01... 7: I..... Mld..1 novelty Venice- country flight made In a Cessna
pro," 1\1.". KMI at 9:30: am. a Church which will start on Mon- 140 belonging to the J & J Aircraft -

t? ST. MARK EPISCOPAL Lathing; beauty contest in the day Aug 23 and continue each Mr Haines did most of the AmbulanceService
,t I CHURCH park at 10:30 a m., a fish fn at morning through the week. The flying and says that he added
Riviera St. and P.l.... Plate I I
It. Inward W 8. 8lryk. the park from noon tn i p.m. n. school will end the next Friday. about 3.000 air miles to his pilot'sloa.
't ...Pri"t In Clirir, address by an outstanding; speaker Dally sessions will\ begin at 9:33 I Mr. Luckey took over the Day or Night
9 ':IS s H"n.I.y 8'h.I.
.tlr.l. S"nil.).I at 1:30: p.m.. a "parade of the at the church at'h'ch time a controls occasionally to give

1" t''"II rh.8 m.1".1.",,,,,1.). if."....h...I.month.. Wood until Kra Of horses" at 2 pm. quar'eihci'C general: meeting will be held. COI-//,I Bob* a breathing srell They Prompt and Courteous!
lhrrAlw. and cowpony racing at the municipal lowed by tht class period Also to were fortunate that good weather -
( fifth Fmds: In MilCHI end l Auru.tth )
airport track: an air be Included In the dally scheduleare I' followed them for the whole ROBARTS-SHANNON

P. ,r '.KIH OF COD i-Mow at 6 p.m.. and a dance and an arts and crafts and recreation Funeral

.>. t V,I,nle.t. ,Av.nufP n...?... Pastor awarding of Prizes at the Venice I period. The sessions will!\ I trip.The Venice flyers visited Home
t,r 'f0 In 4 m P,...do., F hooi.II Country Club at 8:30: p.m. conclude with refreshments aI''

*'HII on|'...rll.lu.. I....,,'hi",. A special feature of the program 11:30.: I
Thu,:.,. 'A.p moo Yount P.ot.le'ri.y. ,
1<"" ... this year will be the sale of Transportation from Laurel VENICENOKOMISBANK
.' '-t, n t n. I..tlt 'UI""r. hush puppies throughout the daY. will be provided by Mrs. J. K. Hill:

1(1( H"'tE' CATHOLIC CHURCH I Mrs. Lonnie Clemens Venice Mom Nokomis by Mrs. Edward
NIMH at Tinpi .h.... will be chairman of the food committee Courtcy; from Englewood by Mrs.

,. Rn t L V.nlc H I.I'nol.I .. r..to. with l Mrs Walter B I Barry Wimblsh and In Venice by
lw ..
i Sam M., Surls Venice. and Mrs. Harty Mrs. V. B. Dixon.
r 'R, SJoblom Venice as co-chairmen. of VENICE FLORIDA
exhibition and review
ASK HI\ lit ',1111 flit Its 11 /
to 'a? lrnhea.. .VK I,. N.,komli Commander of the No-Vel post the we"k's, work ha* been planned

pm r:s'miI II 'frui't I e.n,4r' .Pn.tr I is J. A. Johnston of Nokomis .1 for Sunday evening Aug. 29. Details I "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT"

will b* worked out by th-

1, committees and teachers during ', Member of Federal l Deposit Insurance Corp

tk f / Baptist <"hnolI I' Maximum Insurance tCAfllll
Close Saturdays at One !
I The First Baptist Church will ) >.lUUU Fo Each Depositor JUUUj

also hold a Vacation Bible School 1I j

I next week from Monday to Fri !- '
II. X. WIMMKHS Realtor
|i day. with classes' from I 9) a m to

1 j t PENINSULAR: TFtEIHOM: CO : 12 nonn Transportation \\'11be\ Broken!
I II Radio Sick
1' FLORID IWUK AND LIGHT I I furnished for children coming I II )

k HF STERN VNIOV I from Edpewood Nokomis Venice I II

B-Way and Laurel. I

Ucsttrn Inlnn Open cm !Sundays and HullJa 11 to 12 a.mAN I We'll fix it for you
I N jomis-- rh I

Continued from Page One) I very quickly and l

the public." It also defines members

Really ABSTRACT as anyone who donates time :, for a price you can
or money to the organization: and
P yours DOES NOT prove that y JU | its objectives. and provides that

: r have a good title to your property only one general membership I afford.Sony .

We will be glad to (,t. meeting a year need be held unless e
!r F OOOf plain this to you It you will\ special problems arise. The ( No Work on Auto Seta)

TI% call at our off:cn. executive board is to meet rs
E necessary I I And If You Need A New Set -

IN50= ABCTft u TSl Location of Lot I

TITLE INSCRNCE i The stew parking lot will\ be located We Have The Best!

on the beach, Mrs. Roberts ,

told the Gondolier at the end of B. & W. Record Players

Abstract the wooden bridge that connects I'
I Albee Road to the area. All roads I II Portable

Sarasota I and paths now crossing the site''' Public Address SystemFOR
will be closed and removed with
t R.. the exception of one that *!lll be I' RENT By Dav \\'.rk or MoBtk.
H2i fmvirFWe're : Battery or
left for entering the lot Holes In
nr.PH" EM 1131 and 2141. 115 SIXTH: STREET
this will be repaired by County
Venice Radio Service"SICK
R employees, who will do the actual

construction and County Commissioner )I

Spending Laurel said he hoped work could I 251 W. Venice Ave Cecil H. Grieve, (M'M |
begin on Monday.

$85,000,000 Those attending the meeting PHONE 2672

were also told by J. A. Johnston.
I See Our New Illustrated Newt Window DChange
association president that a bar
to ,
ImproveYour I Three Times A Wt'ekI
I becue pit and picnic tables were :

GOING GREAT needed on the new beach.
Service !
IN '48

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August J0; 1i14A
nmcJt: : GOIQDOLffii Page Three f c..

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Janie's : Ty' iP' .:! No-Vel
:J" >he' N.x Legion Auxiliary:

[Jottingsy Hears State President

Janet T. Conover .

ondolier Social Editor Stress Veterans Hospital

and Mrs. Homer E. Mike-

and son, Milton, have beeng
nt their Bay Point homeast Mrs. Surls
Girls Wanted ,
by LegionTo
week or so, after a three-

motor trip up north. They Help with Flag SalesAn
d relatives and friends in Presents Flags F
Paris. Dayton. Bellevlew.in SOS has been put out by ;
the American Legion and the
| and West Mansfield all in ')
and also In North Liberty Legion Auxiliary for young ladies In Son's MemoryAbout : !
fcna. to help with the flag sales l
for the Labor Day Celebration.All r td I
-o- girls interested in offering 40 members of the No-
rUng out Wednesday for El i ) '" their services to aid this pro- Vel Auxiliary of the American
Texas Mr. ,
were and
Mrs. ,
ject touch Hall
j please get in with Legion gathered at Legion
Olascott of Englewood. Miss Jean Bean chairman of last Thursday evening to hear '. ',:
there they will visit their the flat sales. Her phone num- their guest speaker Mrs. Nell (

It and daughter Mr. and .. _.. :.. ber is !704. It Is not necessaryto McDonald of St. Petersburg, state ','. 'jI ?
James Blng who are attend- have any connection with president of the auxiliary. Mrs. r

[ College of Mines at El the Legion If you care to help I Ben Stewart, district president, J: '

State's YoungestCCMemberIs with the sale.Bartletts. was also a guest and gave the I'l:. 7
-o- I obligation to several of the new .
ix Briley has returned to here members. r

at the Venice Bay Trailer Jeff Anderson EnglewoodSevenMonthOld Mark An American flag and auxiliary 1 r"/II J:

after several days stay with flag were presented tn the
end. Miss Frances Eller of unit by Mrs. Mabel Surls In hon- 1
idla Baby cd that he was right. They came Golden Wedding or of her son. George Surfs who i I

-o-- Gets New Residents, Too back last week to live Indefinitely was killed In World WarThe I
bby Harn had a patty rely with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and colors were dedicated bjj'Viij. tf "

to commemorate his elev- Florida Chambers of Com- eventually to buy or build a per- Local 1 Residents McDonald. F't'V,\yam. '!

birthday. Those who helped merce are noted for publicizingall manent home In this section. In New HampshireMr. Says *1M.O 0 Spent j'/j.(!..). t. :
celebrate were Nancy Mar. sorts of Information about the The Andersons have a daughter Mrs. McDonald addressed th" :1

and Tommy Dixon: Jeannle communities they represent. But Donna who Is two-and-a- and Mr. J. E. Bartlett, group on scheduled plans of
and Charles Drlggers and the Englewood chamber has a half years old and Is not a mem- Sr., of Venice, celebrated their work for the auxiliaries of the 1'\\

y's sister Mary. Bobby Is the member as unusual as anythingthe ber of the chamber of commerce. golden wedding anniversary Sun state and emphasized the Impel'j
| of Mr. and Mrs. James Y. organization could promote.He The honor Is reserved to the men day at the home of their son-in- tance for continued work In the
of Nassau Street. Is seven-monthh-old Ira In the family. law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I state's veterans' hospitals. .,Stir t

Jeffrey Anderson son of Mr. and H H Tracy, In Laconla. N. H. mentioned that over 1100,000 1 Jitj: ';
Mrs. Oscar Anderson of the Lemon With them for the occasion were, been spent this past year on ik-l
his week
Mrs. W. V. Blalock
family. Harbor Drive, were Bay Fisheries. "Jeff" Is a full- Scotch Tape Glasses Fad ? their son-in-law H. P. Kuyken- habilitation work by 94 of the) (

fed by Mrs. Blalock'i daugh- fledged chamber member the Dan Has Double Trouble dall of Venice, and a grandson state's 165 units. t {

Mrs. Robert L. Fitzgerald of youngest In this part of Florida Donald Walker, Jr. of Jackson Mrs. McDonald also praised ;
and probably the youngest In th>> If you have seen Dan Oprisiu Mich. of l
for Its Increase
the local unit
Orleans La.
and Mrs. M. C.
of the Valencia Apts. walking
nation. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett were and
n of Pelham: Oa.pr. 62 per cent in membership
The youngster! became a member around town this week with pioneer land owners In Florida pointed out that the No-Vel Unit :
-0- at the ripe old age of three strips of Scotch tape stuck coming here many years ago from had the greatest Increase in the 1
and Mrs. Donald Yontz weeks when his fathet attendeda around his glasses maybe Michigan. In 1932 they established nth Ditnct and ranked fifth in
been staying at the Venice regular meeting of the cham- you've thought he was trying .the Ventce-Myakka Hotel the state in added membership.
\ Trailer Park this week. Theyto ber and facetiously suggested himas to start a new fad. But no such which has since changed ownership Spaghetti Supper

return to their home inca a prospective member. To his thing. Mr. Bartlett Is now handlIng -
(> N. Y.. next week. surprise the officers of the Truth is that he broke his real estate In this area. A members spaghetti of supper the auxiliary was and f
-Dell .- specs last week pomptly sent Other ChildrenIn
chamber took him up on it, and before the meeting.
the guest
Ann, young daughter of then and there the business of them to Detroit to be mended addition to Mrs. Tracy, whoIs The hall was decorated for the
1 and Mrs. Bruce Rlgby of No- paying! dues and making out a and donned his "reserve" pair well known In art circles and i occasion under the direction of
bl is has been In St. Petersburgweek card was performed. Jeff's father until they could be returned.As Mrs. Kuykendall of Venice Mr. Mrs. Mabel Surls. Mrs. George

visiting her uncle and signed his son's membership card luck will ave It, however and Mrs. Bartlett have another I Surls was in charge of the sUP-

ft. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Larsen. and drew a picture of a baby's the second pair met with an ac- daughter, Mrs. Clyde P. Lasburyof I per which was served by the '
cident. And he'. got to wear East Hartford. Conn., and two t
hand as proof that Jeff sanctioned Auxiliary Juniors. Two of the s,
Scotch tape and all until Allen E. Bartlett of
'em. sons Rev.
ouse transaction. Jean
guests for several week the Junior members.the_ Misses
the mended ones arrive. Manatee Fla., and Rev. J. E. Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas LaByer, Persuades GrandparentsAnd Beanand Betty Lee Johnston,
Suggest Mr. Oprisiu buy a Bartlett Jr.. of Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. s
View Drive, are the Misses don't think that Jeffrey acted as honorary sergeantsatarms -
third pair "in case of emer- and Mrs. Bartlett expectto
Ie member. His t
and Betty Jo Bennett of has been an Inactive for the evening.For .
mi. first official act was to convincehis gency"? return to Venice early this

mama's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i fall. quick results use a GONDOLIER 1 i

Irs. Adolph (AD Bogart ands Ira Joiner of Rockdale. Texas Classified Ad. ,
Nokomis WSCSOn Guests this week of Mrs. H. P. a
Donald and John, arrived that Englewood was a nicer placeIn
Kuykendall of Ponce de
Venice last Saturday from which to live. They were here
the IslandMrs. Ave., are her brother and sister-
ten Island, N. Y. They came In January and after a glimpseof
in-law. Rev. and Mrs. Allen E.
Join Mr. Bogart who has beene Jeff and a long "talk" with R. W. Naramore enter- !Bartlett and their children Mar-
about a year and is one of him about the advantages tained Tuesday afternoon at her gie Beth Jimmie and Nancy of
owners of the Venice Bay beauties of this area: they decld- home on Treasure Island for the Manatee. Rev. Bartlett Is minis- yea

tiler! Pal k. The Bogarts will Nokomis Circle of the Methodist I ter of the Manatee Methodist

I' their home at the park.0 Church Women's Society of Church. Mr. Kuykendall Is In
Service. Her guests and
Christian Maine this week visiting Tom
*avinj last Saturday, Mrs. E. Apartments, Inc. were Mrs. George Harper, Mrs. Lois Dee who are spending the
(triggers, Nassau St., is on a Ben Dunn. Mrs. Alvin Jones Mrs. summer In York Beach. The I
Extend to I
'week vacation trip. She wll B. E. Bowen. Mrs. Charles Hyder Dees are frequent winter visitorsin I
!t Subrlng Arcadia and Ft. Mr. :and Mrs. Mrs. Bruce RigbY, Mrs. Benlne Venice. i ,
ade, where she has relatives Pete S. Conovertheir Lee and Mrs. A. Van Aken; also 1-.._ "-

i friends. best wishes for continuedsuccess Bobby Rlgby Margaret Jones and i Attention, Ladies!

-0- Diane Kraft.
rtiss Virginia Bowden of Ven- GONDOLIER with The subject of the study meetIng I AUGUST SPECIALS
THE: b
and Miss Betty Lee Johnston and to was "His Way Jn Puerto ., I Were

Nokomis will return this week- Helen and Rico" with Mrs. Jones leadingthe $8.50 Waves SIH ,
I from Plymouth Fla., where discussion.A Were
y have been attending the Carroll Williamsall similar program was held $10.00 Waves .

thodlst Youth Fellowship As good wishes for their Tuesday by the Laurel Circle at By Gee, By Gosh Including Your Hair Cut

bly held all this week. health, happiness and the home of Mrs. B. H. Hill. BUYCHOCOLATE and Hair Style.
members and two guests
--0Irs. prosperity.We Fourteen
Harry Booth of the Trail- say were present. Mrs. John Mc- CAKE Watch This Ad for

Park left Monday for a visith "Au Revoir but not Goodbye" Kclthcn was in charge of the SPECIAL THIS WEEK Summer Specials.
her mother in Lansing study topic.

ch. 5c CharmBeauty

IN A HURRY Per Square At
-avlng Wednesday for an ex- Salon

ded motor trip were Mr. and PHONE 3461 "L & S" BAKERY TRIXIC: LUCILE
'. Jack *
Long of Englewood VENICE TAXI 307 W. Venice Ave. Phone 2811 -
e'r' destinations
include Cleve-
V-DRIVB-IT CAM FOR BINT Phone 3135 Closed All\ Day Saturday
Ohio, and Points in Mich-

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R .,1 1 do not agree with a lIord ;you say, buHvM I : defend! Wore TWe out Rier soot ,o vewtnesv f speak
with my lik your right to say it.VOLTAIREEditorial I RJ to oe T.4 TATK TORe
\ he50 K an eiiAreatAlmericat aPM to SAWS
t PubU.hrdry Fr.lay. and business offlt' 313 hest WN1(0 4 1, 65 R1T 1.01El'AMOtIf
Venice Avenue, rpnlt'e. Florida. P. O. Box 632. Phone Venice 3131. To the Editor


NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION AMFRI A l'' t1 \ \ / Dear Congratulations Pete: '!

Entered as (K ond. la.. matter June 6, 194& at th. poll office tsase JReecod I arm t(
M .1 Wnict. Florida under the Ac of March 3, 1879. WAS COWV 55W64114 YOU entirely that It., a lotto t,

I -s.h.; riplio-r.t-;;;- On. year, $2.50, six month. 11.501.tlar..., ofvlASTev lvte ling adopt than a healthy to jrowlm h
runth. 7Sc. Classified ,, IiectARAYWIM OFwprRwpewCe. / +- spawn OH
advertising rates 2 cents per wo"" first 20 .
words! 'I cent par word for each additional word. (14 WAf f worry about It mewling and
-- --- L"11= t I king
WousW during the early month
FETE s. rOSO\'FR Editor and Publlkhrr M 1t/e corrtalP wTAI
lure the Gondolier
win I\\I
JANET (0>0>'
T. ERMOM4RD Office :
11 Manager pleasant one to raise.
Shop Foreman
-- r -IrNN WAI Mtn 1"I arsine aV A My first thought ,hen lilted
Sv ponvok vL.At v "I teas To oases) that had

Greetings Amid ConfusionThis (4 yl tis 41 oa Awep o ooawNOA ur n i64 oi vans ww unite VA04 paper was: 'What a bra OIl

l P trt thAt wonderful town cf Venn!

editorial' the first to be written for the Con. } tos fishing( for Tarpon In the

Holier 1 its swimming on that
l\v new owners will probably be a t disappoint '
tM mt'nllt"its beach a chance to crow .
authors and
perhaps to its r :h1ers. that's
a town really grwtaiii
1 The editors had hoped e\ er since deciding five or so climate that's unbeatable."

:years :ago; that they would like to have their own paper You see. I've been there. t

that their initnl opus would be fortunately only fort shone
:a t masterpiece. Some.

thin, to admit it candidly, that would i be read and quo( "TOO LATE Best to you new and Janie project and. 1\
luck on your
fd in the
same manner: as the famous first
e.1itorialthat Tom Moore Mi Bride Eto::

was written by the late William Allen Whitevheii h.. TO CLASSIFY"More THE FRONTPAGEMonthly

took over the Emporia Kans., Gazette.: 'It( I Marine or"' tbr

III tact t. tour editors even !got: :.1 book of the b'mpoii:! -- N. Y. Nc 'paper Guild

Safe's: writings from the :New York Public I il'rary-ther -:--;: About TheWorld's --

; -the editors-were then residents of Manhattan: =-0;;:: __ Gree.elt Kitty To the Editor

Greenwich \'illage-.ln.1 read it with Venice Gondolier
starry-eyed hope. RrSSEIX KAY
But By Dear Pete :

( now ih.it the Big Moment has actually I'um' e. Srcretarv. Florida Press Assn. I am sorry did not get to)

they find there is no time for gifted words here Satu.day.. but I is
tt aide nl. They find that nor pearls of f I leally started something when I rote that goofy column about then are moving Polls< '

$' N being owners, editors book, WOK. .World's Greatest Kitty) and described all the fantastic feats you vWtW
,, keepers ad ale. time foi
: much
> men have
1 copyreaders he performed.
picture eJ lj- luck pos."jIn
r for wish all the I
>-and I you
jlIIirors-of their SInce It in the I been
own publication. requires appeared public prints have receiving Il't. PIM 110
L... L. at your new venture
I..I I lU 10llrs 111'efy 2hour Ja v, tern from hither and van addressed to "Mr. Peleg Boggs" or W.QK.. IC I can assist!\ Pit tuck!!:
Oil me
Like East I and It Is apparent that there are ,
Coast Hurricane Cordially YOUrI
other folks in IM world as screwy
The i Bato%
result can t be imagined by .III.S:::!" j. Kenneth
anyone who has ever as I am. at Uf
started Attorney
net'lisiness, especially: if he has done so the. One of the cleverest letters receded Tar! hassee. Florb:
day after
moving bag and baggage: several hundred came from 'H'?rcules Mulligan" 1 jr010* -0-
miles from his previous home. of Orlando who evidently
Everything in
In the new apartment for instance borrowed a piece of stationery III P"- To the Editor
it looks
morning alter like the from Warren Furber Gould Rt. Venice Gondolier
Ihe hurricane. Boxes litter 3. Box 442 who wrote as follows:: Dear Pete:
4 floor. Clothes remain unpacked. Shirts and Congratulation Mr. Fabian
under There recently appeared f August 15 to U
wear are dirty, and none have been I am glad to hear you are I
sent to the laundry: Orlando Sentinel a most extraordinary -

Curtains are tinlumg. Only dog food is in the ice box. I narrative relative tyour 0 the publishing, ends1ftM< Iii!''

Chairs are So tilled with manifold activities durlntour and I know Y
possessions that there is the !ces!
no carried
to sit .1U\l'n. Etc etc )' residence In the1' householdyour ful. The Signal
etc. and the TR aI:
of of your move
indulgent foster ,
0j And at the office the situation is even worse. No Mr. Russell; Kay who, because ol News followed the next day sal!

one knows where to call who for what. SomeboJ his benevolent Instincts toward Ing It 100 per cent coverage
off with the 1 I ) $ run Incidentally if you hW j
ers.'h you must be forsooth,
....._.. "L .. ere do von ?ft t l\writer ribi a very 4I needing a GOOD p\I'
l'tlllI' ; \\ estimable gentleman.An anyone
nere Jl 'Oll
i ) put rt
bl:1l1k advertising
dial : Iu1Ct, relations man or
t !scissors, ad 1 hyout, or whatever ? Advertising mats blis- Inspiration"In I t would appreclrte! the tip
err these parlous times fraught ,
: while
being cast and there lurk
:are no replacements. with Best oi
News fearsome
prospects It Is Indeed -
.s that should Duran, JI
have been Tom
a gathered: on Monday: is still tin- like a refreshing draught tothe Neeo
touched The ZanesvllleOhio'!
; on Thursday. The payroll exceeds the income, drooping spirit to read suchan _
thgworld's most t important editorial has: to be pounded Inspirational -

out at midnight, :and maybe there'll be more trouble essay! as was hllman-interest'l To the Editor
on chantingly
about fond Venice Gondolier
publication day.Dear : companionship -
of a little cat. Dear Pete:
: reader. newspapering AI\\IYI lilt
was never like this be. "The fact that you lacked a Congratulations
lore Or at least it never was when someone else was heraldic pedigree and undoubted. to see a member or the lodge f

paying: the [bills, carrying the and Iy bore upon your escutcheon the ahead.
mortgage doing the By the
Editors of the serreta.1fU
bar Dillon.
sinister John
worrying. All of made
which is no difference
not a complaint: or cry for World Book EncyclopediaOn W
warmth RIDA
of the >
sympathy but hospitality
may help you understand
problem\ that the editors some of the which gave you so freely the August IS. 1914 the Pan -0-

work that face in carrying on the goo d biassed sanctuary of a lifelong ama Railroad steamship AN, To the Editors

was so laboriously started by the founders of shelter and freedom from want. CON left her dock at Cristobaland Venice Gondolier

the Gondolier' Carroll and Helen Williams. 'You must have been endowed hradeif southeast Into the Dear Jane and Pete:

Suggestions Appreciated with a happy disposition and the biggest ditch npr made by Congratulations on schi1iI

That the editors are determined to lick these ability to quickly adapt yourself man. Great locks lifted the your heart' desire your gII
prob to changing conditions from the vessel Into Calvin All to
however Lake wet
vm, may rest assured. If this issue way you passed weekly newspaper
seems purred the
to be a tart in the right direction your Continental Divide, will be a success
the editors are pleased personality right Into through Gaillard cut and Teotes.
was B.
If not. they'll appreciate all the the little daughter's Agnes AN.Jt6thEDITOR'S
: and lowered
help suggestions the expansive through Pedro Miguel THE: NVTLEV
you may care to make heart. You were an and
expert tales Mllaflorrs
especially if do locks to sew --0--
you so through h
the "letters" column man. But It Is a safe brt that the level !
OP. this more. Nine hours Hrarl
page.: The editors. want the little mistress <(< NOTE'thanks :
Gondolier to be YOUR and the kind maw and forty minutes after leave I'rl\ll1'
not ter extended to
paper, just another publication -.1 firmly believe that you have ing Cristobal the ANCON are If

you pick tip, at the newsstands.: returned to them at least a hun afloat on the (Pacific. and was the the above eornmunlcatlolll and! kind: wok
full their good
meed of affection Panama
Canal was opened. The 1051. If
Daughter I II Born and appreciation for having taken historic extravagant though theY Ill'
AFTER YOU HAVE voyage climaxed more the Venice i iI
you Into their home than To the people of
Mrs. Alexander Murphy has received 410 yean of effort ti unite thIS
BEAD THIS COPY Pablum and Other the apologia for devotingto
word that Bg: Words Atlantic and Pacific
a daughter w'as ocean dtspJl1
OF born "Now, Mr Boggs, it Is by ship such a shameless ..
THE GONDOLIER Aug 13 to her son and quite canal, across the nw- beg their
wiry daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. evident that you possess hundred e now Isthmus Joining North anti) personal pride, that IS
NOT ma of grounds
rr friends the
and admirers South dulgence on
Douglas R. Murphy' of Charle who ar e America.Mr. only 0
TO ROME FRIEND ton. W. Va. Dr. Murphy Intensely Interested In your var buy your first pwrAIM. nO gl-
grew up Iou! there were
IT NORTH' In Venice and Is now resident su r- lIent accomplishments activities, and ebul- and Mrs. Ben Dunn, Bay n 'Xettew to the Eduor" at'f
!geon of the Charleston Oener some of which Point, have pill t0
have been as their readers
guest their
HoFpltal. of a startling nature able. I hope you I
.( Miss Diane Kraft I 1n'
Continued on Page Five) \ Ga. of Sa'Innah. edy this condition


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AtiKUS 20. 1948' VENICE ooNDbtmt Pane 1*_ laSIi1F1ED

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fed gADLINE Ade. i rosy p.n.AD b. CLASSIFIED! I i iin :k. At t '. 4iS I estate CLASSIFIED RATRI6wiry. word 'AD r. find J'1,1'1\vetch I: ,111 i;:

wRh the son- 2b words. I ernLor lees.- ;
advertiser will fuual 2i' Atmis.on 'l'
I yarn! promptly trust. Y ,



wUh hi extend our heartfelt thanks I too b.dre.patar
I SITTER. Evening' Call Mary NOTICE OP '. Caruso Apartment L....,!. to many friend fur their kind e.pr- '50.00 fconth.: Call Gonioll Office 'tft. .
.,I. Phone JW APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Phone 21 U.18TORY. .ion. of sympathy at the recent death IIr t
Notice I. hereby given that Eleanor Joseph L. Conover
B BLOCK. I lane room
Mohan holder of Tax Certificate No. 21'79. stain with private entrance Grocery up.. Nr.LJ.I' A. CONOnR: I ROOFING
Floe filed tailed.the. fat day of June A D. 1042 has IMnK QU."""' Alto pump, lunch counter Family .r 1..11 L, bConooer Roof Work of All Kind 1
ROY'S NURSER, Laurel me In my office hu made ??. downitalra. Trailer piirk On Trail lid
Established tn Titration fir a la, deed to be blamed feet from bay, S miles north of Punta "l ALVIN P. JONES 1

I right .t-Laurel-Pod -Office- thereon f moving property said certificate In the County embraces rf Sara-th. Gorda. 1100(10 So your Venice realtor FOR SALE Phone. BUB. 287 Home t9t \

ota. state of thrill, to-wit ,
HAULING and contracting DESIRABLE SELECTION of business
AL Lot DOHMtVKR kitchen mixer KeUlna.
k Murk fill dirt shell landphona Shore *H., Pluck "D. Sapphire And residential sits In city of Venice frlKirahir. N font. practically; ne:*. '
tOlirrlKESTFD rtvorfM In Pint Hook Ion by owner. If Internttd euirtnt you in Weatlnihoure Ironrr Two NX.m.nlM ruin.
Page ISS. IM 173 174. m. 178. mtunte Ad...... Box 88. Venice. Fla.A I Fidr-arm watir healer fir tank gas, with
Public Kfeurdi of B.r....
MOWING. H..lIn. Yar'ls Florida. Sectiia I.S.l U Cmmlr 60-gaLtank. hone 8705.GIRL8' .
-IV. Niiiriiiiin II
coil 1771. CaJln 110140. \
Th. asen.ment of the said property un.drr COMPLETE CIOTHINR Size 10 and 11 I i
the Hid certlfkate issued wu In ik. REAL ESTATE SERVICE
In toad maxnnry, In very good condition C'h.II baboon
,it .r bhirk ....rk. call J. K. Hill name of Virginia "" "d.r. Unisex said e;;r.llfkate .t Hue, tall Foil llo'ilt, Nokumlii, phone IS OUR BUSINESS
shall .
be redeemed ._rd,.. to S.L. J6IJ:
\.1. Rentals
Uw the property dmrribed therein will be L '
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...1<1 to the highest bidder, at he
ETE WOkE and trucking LouiiMhoae hnuw door court Covenav the FORT MYER3 AREA and MFCIRIC SAW '.4 h... "Dunlap"
Volrt MM month on the first Monday In line all ot SOt'TIIWhST FLORIDA Mod. H. MadMin Mkk in the Trail ill S. itf
of 1I..I'mh. I94, tihich h tae et homes Ui .beautiful' riverfront estate* 411. Write Host 1). Venice. (.i.n.l.liirUFFD .
Paul 4th day of September. .I *R.Dated . Comntal locations Including Improved .
tall Nave ---- -- -
thla 4th day of AuKU-t, I04K. and unimproved
tropical islands beach
| FURNITURE if all kind. V n
.pumping equipment Work (.... W. A. WYNN. proportfee, fishing .lodge. business lee Trading Post U? W. Miami, Atrnui .
Phone Swuou 70-64 .r Venice .. Clerk Circuit CmirtBaramta i opportunities and income ..111,,. Includ 2602IIOLAR jn
Cexnty. FI..lda.I ln. molar courts trailer campa, hoUlaopeutma phone F !I IV
list HI-TTY K. KThr-KF:, : reaches. '.rm. and ..rov.. r Sff
I[ A. Deputy Clerk law and small 'tr.,.. of land A HEATER and H rallun t.i.k. '
complete rental Walnut kuble bed. rn.uu.. and up Invi .
IliklMi Service Send for free
tAt .. I). M, 17. Sept. >. IMS. .
.. rhone 1724.CAUISgT
few Owners i imtlnned dnmptlve feel (ertlnnJKVTCOTT.f Men md maps of this trap

NOTICE op ivrrvnosI Sewing Mithine Good ei.IIrlltlun .
from Page One ;I I TO KEI.ISTrK FICTITIOUS NAME REALTY INVESTMENTS Att.. m..t.. Kuniio ('< mh. Ht.
The undersigned, do hereby certify tt,at quire {;..lId..II.. om,... Phone 8181.f'40 .
ether and an electrical they are .d".ln" a Retail umber mail M7 First Street Fort Myera. Fieri.. :
llilllmi Materiiil Im.inea EverytMnir In FORD 1I..I.n. .6115110. V.tv dart.Ventre .
at Veniv. Real Eatate'Both
lot In Tallahassee. Florida utter the fictitious name of the Gang and Service 8..I..n. Phone
I I I 21iL )
III sting named after a
coed that anti firm h dmpuwd ..r the I
'I folkwlnil ....... PACKARD Rnlan 1 111!H. Good tlrenew <.
;e Communist general who' pern.ni name and plamof C. of C.
wlilence rare an f"llo...i battery. IIMl.00 ca,h. tail 2K>5.

American forces duilngme J. W. Rhiparl. Ails IVinpert AvenueI I "" -. .. ...
Parssota Florida.I'hidrster (Continued from Page One) > METAL lie ntfrlnmt..r ill Ib ,
war Is the of I J .boo i,. .1.,1.: | Flnrl hucellint "lttin. IlilHli' Tao ley
: son an. la .
Inch tub.. .
K. .
I Ownership of Johnam Limber Soy.pat' by Acting Secretary B. E. 5.r..I. 115 DUO cnrh J H IIIhme
rte ker, 'Queenle," owned b in 1i.lli.itJ JIS-4
!'I W. Shepark Our. Bowen who said that It would AUR first
Ie Park Director Lewis O '. ('hidenter Johennn 5904. cover all aspects of life In this FOR consideration u props 4 c
II 1 li our Inlet,'i"n In apply to the Clerk RENT professional wrvict for our cute i
D of Tallahassee tomiri S.rvice which only nt-
.ntv. Florida. I tome story through photographs. APARTMENTS: for .nl. Summer rat .
Changes In Paper of JOHNSON 1I1M1IPR k. 811fPLY Hiriir 145 and 660. Year .!snored., 165. Call 12" legs graduation, $late I BcMwr and
the provision if ('haplr "nf..I. Laws The secretary! reported that
action of the Conovers. of 'v.. Ibe ff
t I.r Florida Acts or 1'41.WUnent years 'xpernnc* can ( *
they had taken possession titer hanl. thin 22 day of Jit1Mi .. supplies of the folder published ANTED h what w* offer you when y.

J W. SHrlAKD several years ago were exhausted. bring your prescription to .... ",
Gondolier was to chance CHIDHSTrH: JOHNSON and the chamber members agreed! USED SPEED GRAPHIC fl

lolication date to Fridayof Publish July 11. Ai.lt i, 12, III 1K4NOTirp '. that fast action would be necessary Wanted Bv \rnlop Gondolier
------ The Rexall Store
Thursday. The owner to get the new one delivered
Sire S 1.4 4 1.4 I
OF I IVTEMIONTO > or 4 x with '0"' '''
hanged the typographicalp HF>.ISTFR fin 11111\ s NAME In time to help the winter tourl.st finder. and I gun- Price mil.l !I. rennornble .Pr..lul"'n" spaealeta" T
The undersigned Hi htrelir rirtify tK of the paper added a''I tl..y... condnrllnir a ntmMpntier i4Itlnlinit season. Cost of the printing I'.IIMO nneraiie. Pee I ete '"nor .1 POST OFFICE ARCADE!:

pate of news stories and I hi..in.. M S11 W. Veoirr i A.o.nut Is to be paid by advertising in th- The ( ..n. ..'.... PHONE IIM VENICE i'I(
Veniri Florida.. under he fictill9u
al! Items and announced I ILIL'nr of folder, which will be limited to -oi

hey would Increase picture and that THE nail XrNHK Turn l.GONDOLIER iimiMwd: of the hotels, apartments! motor courts

awhen photographic following person ..h.... nunnv and I plate' and trailer parks In the area. Whether You Wish to FurnishAn
of residence. ere .. filliw : i'r
lent! could be obtained I Pete t. Connv.r. )': O. llol CS2 \.m..s. Other Business

foreman of the Gondolier Florida.. Other business handled by the: Entire Home '
I Janet T. Ci.nuier P O ik.x 6St. V....... or Simply '
mtlnue to be Howard K.3R ire Flowed. session:
Ownership of Thor Venice GonbIier I ,. 1 An agreement to suggest to Need A
I.. ft,MownleU I Single Piece of
I 8 (*.nii.er. II 1 per tent the city council that the struc-
Janet T. C""'" ... I" P.r cent '
QUICK. RELIABLE I It I. ".,r Intiohm, I" Solely to the Clo' k \, ture housing the city hall be Furniture to 'Dress Up' A .
SERVICE. CALL <.f the Circuit Court In and for SaraviialoiinU known henceforth as the "city
-, ronia til tiller the mid tams
of THE VENICE Ct1NIOl.IKR: undo Ihtinivislnnt I hall buildIng:' lather than by the Spare Room
Venice'lumbing Laws of ,
of Chapter, ZHHSH
In the
variety of titles given to It
1'tnIdle. *rt "f 11011. to
Shop 'Witness our han*. this 19 day of A ilrTF past. t
gust, '*'".
t. CONOVrH 2-A report by Director James
I 14. Vamc. Phone 2153
Publish I 20, K, !!top\. ', 10. 1IM*. M. Dick of the Rexall DrugStore Can Help

NOTICE OF that Installation of, 150

FORMATION OP CORPORATIOVTo more letter boxes In the local You '

11 umber Roofing Whom it May Ctmrernl postofflcf had been tentatively t tipI
Notice In hereby ghrn that the bu.lnnnheretofore
conducted hy Onset H. Hauler approved by the area postal
N iis! Cement ..
to .. ante owner under tnt Hale or fpector. """
!{boos nameVENICE.
Concrete BlocksJ. lUMIIfR: COMPANYat Choose From 4l: .
h. been InoorpirKteilHf .
Venice Florida :
.. July I. IH4S, under the law. ...f Dependable : .. '
the Hate ..f Florida, sold corporationhat'intr One of The k .
111 principal place ..f l.ii.ine.. Ill
L. STYRON the City of Venice County of Snraiota. ServiceWE

LUMBER CO. ""tJotte..0 al.'.'"t'm that eff...the as SPECIALIZE IN Largest Stocks in
I .
if July IMOWING. 19Je. h. thieve named i 1
potation will.... Widely r.pmslblr for Chrysler Products Southwest Florida
Idling 210. Army Air Base1'LNICF cony and all d."bts and hubthOe incurred
I b" said bttadnea .n and after mid date.
FLORIDA This 2nd dRY .r Augut. AD. 11048.

1'lIhli-hl Au... I, 111.Ort 24.H..I 19411.HAUSER I NOKOMISGARAGE KING FURNITURE CO.

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Be Sure That He Is GOOD SINCE 1931Venice

Dependable Plumbing

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. Venice Softballers WinMove WELL DONE, MR. WILLTAI)

No one can successfully deny that
one of f i
Into Playoff f Recreation Players Finally Picnic Today Ends most important contributions that can be malt j,

Beat Osprey in Last Game civic welfare is the publishing of an indent )
Summer PlayThe and outspoken newspaper. And that, Mr. \vajj

ByDefeatingVFWRobartsShannon Vemcp-Nokomls Program Softball Recreation team Venlce-Nokomls Area IS what you have giyen the City of Venice since ffi

ending R three-game series with Summer Recreation Program founding of the Gondolier.

Osprey yesterday morning finally started June 21 for the first time Whether or not the City is worthy of ,
emerged as victors. under the 1147 State School Law. paper, or of the time and effort that vuu"
I with a picnic end hal'tt,
end today
Because of numerous disputu
My BILLY 111)lrC.REL: I : swimming party at the Venice Into it, only the tuture can tell. Dolt!t tor my
over play calling by the game

The Venice noft.all! team'slash. not agreed upon. But It was derided Approximately 50 youngsters will be accomplished facts before in.tin' years'ia!,
t rd the Veterans of Foreign Wars the local team had won from Venice. Nokomis and Laurelare passed. My regret is that you may n-- It t he here
quad <> : ota last Wednes- Osprey won the Uo previous expected to attend according: share in the fruits of your labors.In .
Sr'a lay at Pfl>nt Park. Sarasota by aml's. to Charles Oadd. program director j!
i '('OTt- of 11 to Uo With, that On the mound for Venice and coach at the Venice-No- civic affairs, as in all other t things, then
din V !irc! nioud then'el\cs into yesterday wad Jack M>rick. komls High School an el'b :and flow, but progress is mexoriMeanJi
:.t berth! in the S'laiifhno-y! playoff while Charles Webster handledthe Coach Oadd said hlghllchls of I not be denied. Reactionary element :anj spta

pitching duties for Osprey the summer program Included interests can only tight a rear-guard :action: at to
Verse Lock a four run lead in Both teams were hitting well trips to the Myakka River State
the result is inevitably a foregone
(Jy fin: Inning! There was 10 and two double plays were executed Park and the Sarasota Recreation and ctmcluSn
;. nwt "fount until Venice scored by (the Venice nine. area. To your successor > au leave an example: of count

igaln :n the fifth: inn'nar. tallyng #41elfN1tt f1 ff11tt111ffft t1111tttt11t11.1111111N'RELAX and integrity, together with a challenge that cantr;
p' :aiu runs The VFW came to .
be disregarded.Of
} life in 11.1'! bottom haIr of the fifth
? t 'nn1.:: b\ storing their two and = AT \II\ tate, our City Council seems to l\ rela ,i

ily rt.EMOII:. s. ata into a tendency toward star-clumber: proceeding<

Jon e--. pitcher! for Yenre There seems to be a growing reluctaiiu- l to keep!!:;

4s4 lulling. helped a triple\.in hN into own left game field.by I I smilly's i t t t lavcrn, ( i citizens informed with regard to municipal' attir

The old habit of jamming throw-! orJinjiia
), w f Venice txeiu'ed the one and only r s :
,1cubepa5! ] Jones to Lanlu to on three readings in one session his: ''ven rei'ni\
4 faith. I 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice *
with unhappy results at the same time that nets

1 Thf Vinice Earlier: softball Victory team also "Best Drinks in Town-At Populat Prices" j sary legislation is indefinitely put off or e\enis

regarded. And in some there i N a ro\li
embed a ei'ening< V Delicious S.ndwkh.-Whon You Are Hungry : quarters \in;
fluiuion nine! last RObart..j i suspicion that some of our municipal: officers

Pane Fjik. ta score of 20 to I siJer themselves beyond the law.
t The Robait -Shannon team Z t Leadership in civic affairs is now consp'raby

:made it1 one And only score In its absence, except where the prereoubites
,l the top half of the fn ( (inning Try A Delicious Tom Collins i favored groups or special interests :are concerns:

.. Vrn.ce started !its ball rolling in For these ills, the best defense is an indepeni\
1 the bottom half cf the second Summer
,4 I 5 Price 35c and
2 Inning by tallying nine run. I outspoken press.
1 The home team also did are- I I believe that your! successor Mr\ Cono\j!

teat' pritoimonci' In the thiidIDOIC will realize before long, if he has not already: ) don

tbus mklng the score 13 so, that he has a large pair of shoes to fill anti
to CM And then the Venetians PACKAGE
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\ Gladstone Gin . . $2.89 sympathy whether he wants it or not

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