Venice gondolier
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079934/00134
 Material Information
Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 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: UF00079934:00134
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Succeeded by: Gondolier (Venice, Fla.)

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Area Schools Reopen II.j


ly 25 Sign for Draft ," City Police Force Gets V City CouncilTo Vacations v I !

One Enlists New Man, New CruiserThe To EndTuesday
it at Once Hear ProtestsTo
City of Venice police

force was doubled In manpower -
[ess than 25 Venice Area men had sIgned up for Uncle Sam and given more up-to-date Assessments I

leacetlme draft program by 5 p.m. Thursday, a check ol reglsn equipment this week.
headquarters In the H. B. Wnurers Real Estate office dlsI -
The manpower Increase came Venice area school children
I last night. Seven signed up Monday, seven on Tuesday, six with assignment of Herman F Special: Meeting) like those In most other sectionsof 'f

ednesday and five yesterday. Smoky) Prevatt 29, to regu- }For PurposeAt the country, will end heir t
; Is less than one-eIghth of lar night duty starting Sept. 1. summer vacations and return to
tea men thought to be ellg- A native of Georgia but a resident 8 TonightThe their studies next week *
the armed forces "cen- Dewey Warren
for of Venice for over two Venice City Council, which All schools in the area will officially -
according to Mrs. Ruts years, Prevatt has served as an last week readjusted the assessments open their doors on Tues-

ndall, who assisted Wlm- Replaced by extra patrolman when needed on 11 local properties day mOl nlng. Some have already
I In handling rellst.ratJonsthe ever since coming here. Chief while titling as a board of equal- been registering their pupils this i

: week. The retistratlon Herbert O. Hanchey who has I'atlon will hold a special meet- ....week while others will wait un-
[continue until Sept. 18 and Rep. PetersonLabor been the city's only regular policeman Ing tonight to hear protests of the boys and girls report Classes
en between 18 and 25 years since former Chief
the 1943
taxpayer to completed will begin at all as soon as reg-
: must appear and give In- Gerry Pestotnlk left In June, assessment roll. Most of the roll istrations have been completed
ktlon that will help the will now on daytime duty. Is Ml at the in
Day Speaker go same figures as and textbooks: will be passed out f
Its defensive armed
fry lo Be Florida Man; The equipment Improvement 1947 during the dayVenice t
was achieved by delivery of a Only two written protests had School Largest
1 first man to appear at the. Gala Program Ready 1949 Ford, to be used as a cruiser been received by 5 p.m. yesterday, The Venice Nokomis Hlgi; S

itlon office when the new Because they will not start I In place of the department's according to Mrs Helga Roe&s School, largest In the southern

am began Monday was Rob- their campaign touts until after ;947 Chevrolet. The new car Seide, city clerk. Slit raid om or part of Sarasota County, will
| IIIlam, 25, of the Black- cost two more expected today,
Sept. 15, neither Oov Thomas E. was obtained without to were have the highest enrollment of ;
Bay area. He was so en- however, and that verbal I
Dewey of New York nor Oov Earl the city by selling the old one protests area schools. Approximately 215
tlc over the new program, Warrt.i of California will be able and using the money for the could .be made at the mee,- students are expected to sign up

KujkendaP said, that he 1m- to speak at the 3rd Annual Labor purchase. In,. The session Is due to start for the first day of classes, while
Jitely went to Bradenton to Day Celebration here Mon at 8 p.m. in the city hall Council up to 125 more will probably be .1 .

In the armed forces and day chambers W Venice Ave and enrolled luring the year as tour- ;.

[ returned to complete his This was announced last night Intent to Murder Harbor Dr. ists and others brine their chil-
ration. The assessment roll, after final '
by Dick Rich, general program dren here during; the w Intel,
Brother In will b3 used to determine -
the Laurel Ele-
chairman of the No-Vrl Post of Enrollment at .jx
1 outcome of his enlistment the American Legion, sponsor: of Charge Is FiledA he tax rate for 1948 metary School will probably reach ''i
fcatlon will not be known The rate will also depend on the
for the all-clay: fete. He said he had a peak of. 150 during the season, I
kst two weeks, the Gondolier receIved a letter explaining] the budget of estimated expenditures according to County School Supt. ;.
fold last night by Williams' situation from National' OOP charge of Intent to murder in that will be drawn up by the Verman Kimbrough, Sarasota. "

Roy Williams, with whom headquarters on Wednesday Both the second degree was filed In the council after the roll Is completed. The figure will reach a winter H+

fonthued on Pare Two) men had been Invited by the Legion Sarasota County courthouse this total of 85 at Osprey and 70 at U.

which pointed out that morning against Mrs Katherine Budget Work Starts jl

;lewood History Venice would be an ideal spot for Davis 20 East Venice woman Work on the budget began ata estimated
special meeting Tuesday night.
them to rest In preparation for Patricia I Approximately 50 of the'pup'li j
who 11-year-old r
discussions Indicated
I Be Compiled their tours I Preliminary who will attend schools In the
Brumfield of Venice By-Way on that the budget would be
The chairman announced how mater-I area will be residents of Placida ,
history of Englewood' will belied ever that the same speaker who Aug. 23. The information was lally the same as last and Grove City In Chailotta.
( In the next few monthsat I appeared last year had consentedto filed by State Attny. W. M. Smiley that a slight Increase In the rate I County. Most of them attended

| city's Chamber of Com- deliver the principal address of Bradenton. might be necessa'ry. Exact figures : lust year, too but It was feared i

It was decided at a meet- during Monday's fete. He Is Rep.J. The shooting took place when were not determined, this summer that they might haveto

It the chamber board of dls Hardin Peterson, Lakeland. Mrs. Davis, 20, attempted to slop; The council was also told by I transfer all the way to Punta

| Wednesday night at the whose talk proved to be one of a truck in which Patricia WAS Robert S. Bavnard, president of Gorda because the Charlotte
of the The vehicle driven oy the Venice Land Co., that he hd!
unity Club. the most popular features tiding was school board had voted to stop
Patricia's sold his Interest In a lease on the
Mrs Sadie Wagner
project was proposed by 1947 program. furnishing a bus to transpoifcthem
ropp, chamber secretary Old Lady Can't Come grandmo'her with whom the girl Venice Beach Casino! to J. W here. An agreement has

pointed out that "old timn The irglon also learned this had been picking guavas In a pas- Ladd. The latter took over man- Continued on Page Two)
E. Brooks, ture where Mrs. Davis' father agement of the casino In the
| the vicinity were fast d'sf week that Mrs. Mary ---
ring There will soon be no 81-year-old Punta Gorda woman Lonnie Clemmons, was keeping; spring of 1947, and already held Local Legion Men
eft from whom Interesting who attended last year's program his cows. Mrs Davis said she shot part of the lease. The building

*f the community can beed (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on PaRe Two Is owned by the city Get MO() & 8' PostsTwo

he pointed out.

Committee was appointed by County School HeadIs High School Gets Face Lifted; Nokomis members of the

William! Jonas, chamber Rotary Speaker local American Legion, T. M.
tent, to get the project un- \I Wrede Jr and B. E. Sarge
a crew of men under Jack Wilkinson -
ay. Members are Charles Verman Kimbrough, superintendent Renovations Change Bowen, were elected tn official
p. J. D. Tate and Otto Gott- of public Instruction of Old Education Plant vocational training Instructor posts of the Sarasota-Manatco

Sarasota County, was the guest and, cost about $7 500 : ".0 and 8" society at the group's
1 directors also approved a speaker at the Venice Rotary When students of the Venice- The new department Is a girl's reorganization meeting Wednesday

to set up a tourist registra- Club's' weekly luncheon yesterdayat Nokomis High School reach their vocational home economics lay- night In the Sarasota Legion

Fnd Information bureau at the Country Club. classes! next Tuesday they will out that has been Installed In the Coliseum.
about the find that the education plant,
|Englewood General Store His talk old Woman's Club Bldg. at the Wrede was named chaplainand
for first completed in 1927. has hada :
I by Director L. J. Dean. state financial program Bowen was elected to the
In the State complete "face lifting' during rear of the school. It Included anew
|er decisions were to put one schools as Fet up board of directors.
kitchen with electric

triple an
en- the summer
| to Increase the chamber's School Foundation Program which took Us
40 and
State legislature An extensive renovation pro- stove, two gas stoves, an electric -
rshlp, now at about GO acted by the 1947 from slogans carried on the
begun July 12 and fin- refrigerator, a washing ma- name
and to accept with regret In Tallahassee
added chine and other equipment. In sides of French box cars during
has been In- ished last week, has a
slgnation of Mrs Grace Mr Klmbrough the first world war. Is the legion's -
return competely modern new department addition, the building now has a
for a
from her dlf by the Rotary
position as a vlted welfare and entertainmentsubsidiary
f. Mrs Oct. 7. at which and eliminated many cf sewing room a large living room,
Engles has been dl- engagement
redecorated fifth The area group has
[/or two years but said her time he will discuss the educa- the existed objectionable In the old features departmentslast that I a grade completely room and an outdoor been Inactive since the start of
IS In Sarasota Coun-
would not to tional program
permit her
Page Seven) World War 2,
I'onger. ty. year. The work was done by (Continued on

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Page Two VENICE GONDOLIER FrIday, September l

Three Guests Talk Taylor Hardware
MurderContinued Labor Day t4
Last Rites TodayFor New Driver' LicetUea
( from Page One) (Continued from Page One) At Lions MeetingBrief
DrIver's licenses .
J. G. Pearson at the truck, but the bullet ricocheted I would be unable to attend this talks were given by three U year will go on for 16 19
at the regular
and struck Patricia In the I year Mrs Brooks rote the Gondolier out-of-town guests out Sarasota
backof the head. It was removed supper meeting of the Venice county ,On
which had offered to bring It was announced
But House Owner Die by a doctor and the child is Lions Club .held last nigh at this ""
her here Sunday, that her hus- I County Judge Forrest
recovering.In Venice Golf and Country Club.The <
After Attack: in Boat a statement to the Gondolier band had suffered a heart attack session was in charge of Residents of the Venice T

Funeral services for John' this week, Mrs. Wagner said and she was forced to re- Ralph: O Simpson, Lions presl licenses mlsHEnglew-ood at area can bill,,*

t, Glenn Jack I Pearson, owner of her husband Arthur Wagner, main at home dent here Store in Venice Tavlor
b= the owned tae pasture In which ant All other events In the daylong Ed Donaldson of Sarasota, whois the juT
Bait House atFnglewood The cards
and her granddaughter had pick. schedule will!' be carried out district governor of Lions International will] aloe be ,
were to have been at the Judge's
id guavas before the shooting spoke on the various office in fcj
held at 11 am today at the Rob- as planned These will Include Present
She said the Clemmons family activities and purposes of Lions drivers )permit( J
-Shnnnon Funeral Chapel In had been given permission to ,I children's events on the KMI parade and urged all!' who possibly could at midnight on Oct. i, IIId

Sarasota. Cremation was to fo'-! graze their cows on the land, but I grounds at 9 a m; a beauty to attend next year's national ones must be purchased !bj*

low later. that they had not been given a I I contest there at 10.30 a.m.; Rep. convention, The second guest, time to operate a motor I]

Mr. Pearson, 45 years old, dud lease to the property, She also Peterson's peech directly afterwards Don DuBois of the Sarasota legally on Floiidas hi.

latt Monday at a hospital In Sar- denied that Mrs. Davis' mother. I : a fish fry from 12 to 2 Lions Club, gave a report _of Those who "',1.-h to 0111&1I,

' a R a>ota He was taken there Sunday MM Clemmons, had warned her P m.: a parade of horses at 2 what went on at the recent na- licenses must present a vim
alter suddenly becoming 111 not to enter the land. tonal! convention In New York expired permit Issued bj r J
p.m. an all show at 2:30: pm, or
while I the largest In the club: history some other state or map
out fishing on Lemon Bay The family lived on Mannasota tjuaiteirorse racing at the J & J City,
with his son, Jack, Jr His trou Key I Sarasota County Clerk Wll- a road test
trark ut 3
'f' Airport pm; games
be: was said to have been a pe Survivors Include his WldO\\.1 j and concessions on the parade lam: Wynne, president of the Price of the jel mlU !emu,

I p orated ulcer Mrs Mini Pearson: his son Jack | Hounds after the racing, and a Sarasota Lions outlined briefly II for private operators m!

> : I The deceased wait a native of I and his father, George W, Pearson | dance at the Venice Country Club that club'i activities.Folhwing for chauffeurs

. Palestine. 111. but nad livid in ., all of Englewood. Also four I Irom 8 pm. until the crowd gore the general meeting --
i ,!t.. Englewood for 14 years He op"ned brothers, William of Illinois Joseph home the Board of Directors of the local SOLD! Through a I lowCIIi

1 jt. t his bait house about a year I of Mo-adi, Fla.: Claude ci club met with Mr. Donaldsonto cents per word)
wll Gondolefd!
. The parade of the horses
:; : be In charge of Dick Curry, Nokomis -
J! id by the Lemon Bay Fisheries I Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. i iW
, equestrian It will start at
' ;, : the Trail and Venice Ave. pro
ceed up Venice Ave to Harbor ( from Page One) Beautiful Light'!

tfi For A Drive, return down the police been worked out, however, whereby I
':de of WniC3 Ave and enter Sarasota County will supplythe
Long Cool the airport track from E \enic" bus and Charlotte Countywill r-P.p,.

Ave A' least 25 horses are expected pay for all transportation ,.
DRINKLarry's t from Arcadia. Sarasota. costs not met by the state .JJi' I'1'1:,\.
I Punta Gorda and other locations I Tractors Report ..< .....,.

t Stoll AtR I The air show was arranged by The teachers ol ail area schools ?' \ --
tl Bob Haines, local flying cnthu,; I met with Superintendent Kim- t; y
I ast. It will be put on by six train- i trough at his office in Sarasotaon ;i 66 _,

Place Ing planes from MacDill Field Monday of this week, then

Tampa. The horse racing will follow !- I reported to their respective

Immediately afterward, Ten schools to get things In older for '
On the Tamlaml Trail I laces are scheduled, incuding one I, next week's opening. While in LIVING ROOM
e 'It Just north of Nokomis between two animals whose owners Sarasota they received Instruc- with one of Our Mode: |
claim they are the fastest in tions and ads ice from Kimbrough Table or Innr Limn
Delicious Sandwiches And help you f 'eslht au:|
the stale and other races \I'ml and were shown educational
that of )our t"' dren illL
\Ko PukueJ: 1 liquors probably follow the scheduled films I same time,
number, I Classes at the high school will Priced from ?*.93.

s Beauty contest judges are to begin at 8:30: a m and end at I Get yours Oat 'he

be announced later Invitations 3:10: p m. this year The hours at
to enter contestants were sent to the Laurel school will be 8:10

LABOR DAY CROWDS! 55 legion posts in the area, and I a m, to 2:45: p m. at the Osprey FURNITURE CO

I half dozen or more are expected school they will be Sam, to :2 :321 M. \'trho.Ie.! .
I to comply\ Prizes of $50. $25 and Pm. and at the Englewood rhonr ,133 I
Cool Off S15 will be presented to the winners school 8:30 a m. to 2:30: p m

I i Valuable ooor gifts will also tit4....._.... 4..4r_......+. ..H.4i4r4444444444RCAVirlor +
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At ATd be distributed: to lucky celebrants I
aJ= s I at the dance They will! includ \ '
r AC DC Batten
Our FountainLarge I a GE Deep Freezer an RCA radio $49.85 Irs batter
a fix-piece bedroom set SSICcmp
I a Other RC'\. S3 .n A
supply of linens, etc, ..-tr
Limeade lOc I __ Choice of $2495 A V33o'
Jumbo Sodas . DraftContinued
20c f dj I Arvin $'09:; & $30 11

;9 Sandwiches fAll ( from Page One) ALPHA

; Kinds v i'' the young man is presently engaged MUSIC SHOP

In the fishing business. Another y 311 W, \'IIIfo 'It
Williams boy, Roy Frank : Phone 2663

1 In.: 31, completed a s-<-year enlistment .rari.Hiiaw. II'II'II#..,..ratrra>awN
In the navy yesterday

Cao Others who signed up at the

WimmpM office this week were Throw Hoards!
Away Your Wash ;
i iI from Venice. Nokomis, Laurel.
I Osprey and Englewood. In addi-

I tion, there was one registranteach Get Your
Specialjreen from California' : Cleveland

Ohio, and Sarasota. All registration Laundry CLEANAT

cards were sent to Sarasota x
and Gold Embossed County draft headquarters at the THE

: Venice High end of each day, and from there
r will be sent to the local boards of
Loose Leaf NotebooksExtra the person signing them.'e VENICETUBATORIUM

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ALSO ( all know from :
0 week's Gondolier
0 rat I tTubatorlum.1
NOTEBOOK PAPER Steckleys new CPL :
II PENCILS Banana Nut Bread

INK He Loaf _0--

FOUNTAIN PENS :Toll Ifnuse Cockles40c at=

OTHER NEEDED ITEMS DozenAssorted I I y Bring Us

The CUD Cakes Wash Clothes'
Rexall Store :V Each Your

; "L & S"
Post Office Arcade BAKERY
Phone. Venice 3181 307 \\. Venice Ave. Venice
I I4 Tubatorium 249 Venice Ash
I II Phone 3135 ,

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September' 3. 1948
Joint Materials-Labor And of course carpenters and t.
JTICE OF CHANGE IN THE 1948 ASSESS. OwnershipOf other volunteers are needed to I
do the actual work.
New So saying if you want to do'
FLORIDA, AND CHANGE IN THE DATE OF BuildingIs you any second-hand your share call Assn. PresidentJ. I II

MEETING AT WHICH THE COUNCIL lumber you don'tt want? Any A. Johnston at 2882, or As,in.

WILL RECEIVE PETITIONS. Announced rocks or bricks? Any old army Treasurer George T Devlin at I tJ,

tables. And how about time? :2523. They'll arrange to piCK 1
Cooperative Plan These questions were asked ip any materials youie abb to ,11
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may Con- because all of these things are contribute. If it's time youvs

\\n that the Assessment Roll of the City of Venice, Details DisclosedBy neded by the Nokomis Community got, thsy": add your name to i'
Higel that of the volunteers already. ?,
Joseph Beach Assn. to aid In !
brida: for the year 1948, after having been eqiul- adding shelters barbecue pits availably htlp when needed. f. :a
:d and corrected has again been subject to consid- I Construction of the new Venice and picnic tables to the new I"

lion and change, and all persons desiring to have Department Store-Higel Appliance beach area the group nan secured 2633 -Sarasota- 2529 1
building on W. Venice
for public use on Treasure
rrections made thereon, whether in the listing cr Ave. announced in the Gondolier Island at the foot of Albee Phones

|luation of the ,property, or otherwise, are hereby last week. U to be a cooperative Road. Ambulance

uired! to file with the City Clerk, their petition toe project by the owners of the two Can Start Work

council setting forth their objection to saM stores. The association has enough ServiceDay
slab to workon
This was wood now begin
announced Night
Be sment and the correction that they desire made, by Mrs Lillian P. Joseph yesterday ownerof the shelters and enough or t

[ they shall orally state the same to the Council one the department store ard rock for three barbecue U: 'S. Prompt and CourteousROBARTSSHANNON
proprietor Kenneth Hlgel But more of both materials are
of the
day specified: appliance concern needed as well as army tablesor '

You, and each of you, will also tike notice thate The announcement explained anything similar than can be Funeral Home I,J
that while Mrs Joseph would IIuance renovated for picnIc purposes. :
Council will meet at the Council Chamber in I
construction of the build
le City of Venice, Florida, at 8 p.m. on the 3rd day ing, the portion to be occupied by !:

[ September, A.D. 1948 for the purpose of hearingese the appliance store would be VENICENOKOMIS'BANK ..
transferred to Higel on its com- I'
objections if any.
pletlon His firm is to get an 18
by 70-foot section of the structure -
CITY OF VENICEBy while the department stole ,I '.
will own a 48 by 70-foot section. .

: HKLGX ROESS SIEDE The land on which the store is .
City Clerk being built was formerly ownedby ( Complete I
Higel But it was transferred L -I Facilities
to Mrs. Joseph's name on Au:?. ; i
12 as part of Higefs contributionto
1j j ji
the project, accoidlng to a Commercial Accounts

Whether You Wish to FurnishAn I warranty deed filed with the Sar- = Savings Accounts! I\ I
I a.sota County clerk of courts. HI- e
gel is also In charge of the con / Safety Deposit Boxes
Entire Home Simply I
or struction work. .Traveler's Check
Need A Single Piece of Constitution Advances f i
Construction of the building
Furniture to 'Dress Up' A went forward rapidly this week, "WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" t
with all of the footings and a
large portion of the walls been
Room ;
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. s
completed. It is hoped that the '
O woik,ran be finished in time for Maximum Insurance
opening of the department and $5000 For Each Depositor $5000std'fdNdNfftdlNldtdlNtdldffedltftdffdddid
appliance stores on Oct. 15. I i
Can Help
Mrs. Higel, who will share own- '
N"/ I II'
ership of her husbands part of :
o You When You Want A Plumber Bad .
the building, said the appliancestore J t ; ,I

would be "competely mod ; Be Sure That He Is GOOD 'i ; t,
ernized" when it is set up in its J j
Choose From m tD new quarters. The latest type of : Dependable Plumbing
lighting fixtures and counters Contracting Repairing
One of The will be Installed she said, and a : Full Line Fixtures and Materials Ir I

complete modern kitchen display :! Water Pumps Pipe and FittingsLET t '
Largest Stocks in will be set permanently. A repair '
for all types of
Southwest Florida electrical and refrigerating equipment ,! JOSSART PLUMBING CO. i '
will also be set up in the 'J Night Phone
Day Phone Venice Florida

KING FURNITURE CO."We ear The of H'gel the store.Appliance store was j ..a.3li01 s f! rs.aarrris* ..,..,.,... ,,.... ...214t....., i 4'x

Feather Your Nest With A Little Down" established In December, 1945. after I

[ Arcadia PUNTA GORDA Ft. MyersTeed the owner left government
Sick Broken? '
service He was in charge of refrigeration Radio .,
I equipment ii he Vent }

ice Army Base during the
war. He and his wife have one We'll fix it for you =i ivery
child Michael (Mickey) Higel,

A Place to Live? 11. and
Mrs. Joseph's husband, William quickly .
is to be associated with her
THEN SEE In the department store's share for a price you can 119i,
of the project It was disclosedlast
week that her store's new afford.
enice Land Co. quarters would have an impressive
front display Indirect light (Sony, 1'0ork on Auto Sets)
ing modern counters and several i

Registered Real Estate Brokers new lines of merchandise And If You Need A New Set _.

We Have Several GONDOLIER Classified Ads We Have The Best!

cost little, yet produce fine ililts. ..
Nice Homes and ApartmentsFOR Just phone Venice 3131 bc-: B. & W. Record Players

fere 5 p.m. Wednesdays. Portable

SALEAt Public Address SystemFOR

Reasonable Prices Dependable RENT By Day. Week Month.: .
ServiceWE Battery or AC operated.

BETTER ACT NOW! SPECIALIZE Products IN Venice Radio Service"SICK


251 W. Venice Ave. Cecil H. Grieve, Owner

Nokomis Ave., South Phone 3581"In PHONE 2672

Busfness to Help Build Venice and Venice Values" See Our New Illustrated News Window Display -
GEORGE T. DEVLIN Chang Three Times A Wet'ltit
Phone 2581 I

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; BJiner T. .Cn ..r I:I For New Principal and Wil

j Gondolier >, ::.:: fi:'. : "

A blessed event In 0:::o thtHk gate the fri.::r> :l its o-c

doller, Janie and Pete Cocow- a new' .a.a f-fr it =-", U': ounly!) School Head'About tendance
I proud uncle and aunt of Chr.s::; tr S:.v& 'os C.-..:' .:a= are a*j harried ented were Mrs. AIle

born Monda morning !o Pt*t'f ,-':*: B*:>T and: vt Sjii=t Boa Sarasota Thom.a
I Greeks and Perry HJ1
Cochran \\illo-el-iv C1-c The fat ier If i Ck. /Ole 1.;n: ;\\mong ice, who are mcmben ,1

Steel Corp salesman xsi 'OTS'
t v county school boaid
erly was an announce: 'or a
l+ i Pittsburgh radio saton We hot! j-.f"I< ;6.Je1B.I, IOf[ the Franklins Among others pre mJ

ir r. ui 'in.:' : Fvf, Homer Mlkesfll!
the>11] all come to \ere in :]1, priMiw|
I nct-too-diFtant future so 'It .an 7rr 76} *:.&'M! r a 'wk I Venice-Nokomis High!

*., a.:.-. M: an: Mrs PI_ r'.. .- 150 parents and friends Mrs. Mlkesell. who teach
lave a Jock a the new nephew
i J'.0 .'it* fojor* Mi:.... od ,. gathered at the Englewood School Osprey School: Chari
. -
.' ::-.: w.l' !I,=! C"VI Auditorium on Tuesday night to athletic director at
Herb H M\trs of N'cko-na :e': thti
'.!: As1Cn f e..ee: *1_ (I welcome Mr and Mrs. Wilbur S. Nokomis high school
J, Wednesday for Manorre MUK. : ; 11\\
band jvLki Is::. .CM Franklin to Englewood. Mr. Norton, president of
r 10 join his wife and da..r.'tr t the! t
k.ns .:: Fe:'::fc*::.>.i F. F"f : Franklin will be principal of the council of the PTA; 1'n
Fue who habeen k
sumTerssi : r.t ttifsr a.,,' ff .-..". .' school and also will Instruct the Van Ness, secretary ( J
", 0111II
>rc After a two wetks''Aca.-
j s;.d Ki:lerrw O.'e- : Li j i fourth, fifth and sixth grades rll, Mrs. Kimbrough
ton they will all come back *o ar ; JJ
o :. c.ho a .. rtl .".. I while his wife will teach the Butler; Mrs. Hightoitr
,\ to\\'n i IfJ:
a f M' a.M" *" :'-. l I >ounger children In the first, Rev and Mrs. Ocorj: < 1!.

1"1 -r- |I second and third classes. of Venice.
M. .' Virginia Bowden. dajfV"t
' : t I
Stansy CL-.Pl: :, : .50' {
Fiankllns Englewood
The camp to -
Many of the ;
: of Mi and Mn H. S. Bowfen parents
fq .
week 0 SL Of: :f f '
r, cf Palermo PI. Is visiting from Jcnas Ridge, N. C.. ed themselves from theta J
( CIt.catn' airs: fc *' f' u :.
this we t'k11th a rrl nd. M-i where Mr, Franklin was principal Indicated whether theirc
i" aont: !\.:". Sa..jf.R. >:-,-:: .
Mary Ann Lanier of Clearwater of the Jonas Ridge School.
attended the
1 i6 M* f'ca'C'Ol. E..e. Englewoodor t

. ,j -0- wood Kt ale i ipp' S ..- c: Mis Franklin taught the primary the V,'nire-Nokomis
Lan weekend Walter Rhine- grades there.
i-j snncap:iif 1.: ? School. Everybody retired
; I tart and his cn-in-la: S'ua" A.Mr.
the welcome
Put" C.nc.nna:. \I.. ; program.
rlcklin. ? the lunch room of the aha!
left the! Venice Bi\
Charles Reiter
route ladles L. Stlnon A. president of
Trailer! Park for their home tn cakes and Iced !l'a. leI'I'e4"
I'i --.'- the Englewood Parent-Teacher
;': Staten Island N. V They had Association Introduced Verman I Englewood PTA nwrnhtt:
Her tc s iJtn. ::. 7 r- Pat Wimmers
been here for a short \acatlon PreMd-m R !
i \ Klmbrough Sarasota County superintendent PTA lterlJ
: months It :: t 's.c Ef T ; '

o- Park u O-a-e, : >':. :.' C:.: cf public instruction pressed his thank, 10 the II

, Lakeworth :'. tl. who la o Vt- ''-'?.' :fN Weds ACL Man The latter In turn presented who helped make thlsr ,

after a trip through Oeoi- i: home in LJ: :!:o* K) .',- to the audience several mem- "a successful .:fair
. ria Kentucky' and Indiana Mrj'i itnd I bers of his staff, who
tJ bon and da-{:.:(:-.::-.aa 1!: were pre -

Afrs. Mack Bailey ands and Mis. Rotert Ear: an* -:slaw -...' In Atlanta ent for the eremon>', Englewood PTA to \
i" iiiphtfi Faith: stopppd here
I I and daugh'e r. M. ;,vi !>! I These Were James Hightower
j. Punda\ for oeinlpltM
i an I Leroy Schute v .7cnIS \ ; Venice assistant I superintendent: The Engl lt'II'.d' Parent T&
vnt1! Ml'P.alle ii patents Mi
-0- Miss Cleo Rainwater, supervisor Association will ovid i at-
it lId Mrs. L Thompson of Lauiclo \\\.tri.ll: cifGa.111.ite
m I Guests( this week of M:* K .r.. I of the elementary schools Miss next Wcdesdax Sept I. Hi.Jr. .

c r o Roe s Siede are M. :. aM M'. Ntlrt Maicue-le Burnham.. music upenlsor the school auditorium K:

f : -. Hc-Un \achncwe her I Willam Fenton Sr of Liut.c5, : Mand Mr.. Hubert N Wimmers and Miss Wilma Watson tnts and friend> .t intend

,diiihtti Dane! and rn Jonn I II Over last weekend ,n* wise: e :- Pedro Sf. anncunnd thl I text book manager and at .
Michael!. of Porce de Leon Ave.. ,
tuta! the
ned Fen'cn
I on an: seek 'he marriage of th'ir t
(!roto Rainbow Springs last
r.lnaCol.] lId M;< daughter ALss Patricia Ann
's week for several day \'acatlonMr I Ii
Vincent Fenton also of Lak :ard Wmmf'f' to James L Stinsoi.

, i --0- I and then sonMaiparet son of M:. and Mr. James W, ;
and Mrs. James M Announcing
; Dick of S:mon ol Atlanta, Ga. The cou .

I t.e Gulf \l w Apti have had an Ann Dixon, daug:,:to r pIeI ai' married lest Friday in
I ( use guests for two weeks thl
of Col. and Mrs Vincent
\ B D:xin Atlanta
month Mr and Mrs B. M Gilt of Sorrento St. ServiceFOR
entertained a ;Mrs Stinson 21 was born In One-Day Laundry
rt The Gilbert left last Sit- .
croup of her young rends at t Venice and Is a graduate of rite
ird.iv for tlieli home In Washnp
/ slumber part Ian Friday nigh. "enlce' ckomls High School.. She
ton. D. C.
Those who joined in the fun wee* wa graduated In Mayor this
, I 'ood Venice Nokomis l'bid3'
-0t Diglev -
| Shirley Bowden Le Da\is year from the Crawford W Lone
I Arrlvlie last week for a visit Peachie Henne and Doris Keg'ley '-emor.al Hospital School of
,' IJt. Comfort and Punta: Gor.l.i [Be,ich
f i Y.th Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. FMi- Nurstnp Atlanta and is noon

/ J fI of Milan! St.. were Mis Fish- -0- the regular!' staff of that hospital I

,N I t.'s son and daughter-ln-la, Mr a Mi and Mrs C. C. Lowe rf Her degree as registered nurse Family Bundle Our SpecialtyWet

and Mrs. Mend Snell of Wash- Nassau St.. will have as their which she expects to receive nextmonth I

1r: lon. D. C. The Snells expect'i guest over the Labor Day weekend will make her eligible! (oran Wash-Fluff Dry-Finished

It return to their homt after La.1I" Mr. Lo 'es' sister, Mrs. J, appointment to the U. S,

bor Day i| R. Ellli of Sanford.0 Nurses Reserve Officer Corps

-0- -0- I Sensed In Navy Telephone Venice 3385 for Pickup Service
: Anotherlsltor from Washingi and Mrs. H s, Bowden of Mr Stinson Is a native of Dli.I -

"n D. C.. was Mrs L)rene Wll-, Palermo PI.. went to ArcaJli I ton. Ga.. and attended thr

I" '" and on Billy who left Tues) Sunday to attend the wedding of i lOKecfe High School in Atlanta Englewood Automatic Laundry

tidy after a two-month vacation Miss Mirloile Starkey and Ha-- tpon giaduatlon he went Into

it tide Gulf View military service. and spent two
Apts.A cld Travis, both of Ft M\ers I Operated by Experienced Laundry Pcisonneli l

1; -0- years In the U. S, Na\y He I"

M:' and Mrs. Charles A. Reif 1 Here araln for the winter I now tmplocd by the Atlantic

I Coast Line Railroad in Athnta
'. children Carole. Charles and months are Mr. and Mrs. H- mer'Villiams I
I Mr. and Mrs fet.nson: will
,oma are back at their homo and family of B'e"h II I

n Englewood after a six weeks' City Ohio. TIe, Williams ar" make their home In Atlanta at In School
*!'j6 Boulevard N E. Mr \\ lrnmtrss .
I' p to Niles. Ohio to \Mt IorR. i !'rllu'ar'I Jtor TeemTwenties
local real estate broker t In Your
I''' '1'1"i paunti Mr. and MM T ere staying at the Trailer Pa -kI .
,' n.' and was one of Venires fIrst city %
? They aho stopped In -0I J ?
tounrllmen His wife imanlipr f :, ,
I .It '\
Battle Creek, Mlrh! and CiIf : \ !- Also on vacation at the Trailer! ..

O'io! to visit fi'lends. 'I Park are Mr, and Mrs H. D. Ste- of the Western Union office here : -..m This i is for you

-o Vf'n,110 pulled In last weekendfrc
First ;
I M-fting Osprey PTA tf
'. m Akron f
1-t4 .
i for
.eveMl c'ath'9 Ohio.0 The (Or" Patent Teacher to make hit Etc
\I of Mr. and I I Want
will hold Its
res # right
K..\kenUall were Mrs Join Pitlin I j|I Lat week we reported that Bo'! ular meeting! of the school year the school Mir hudo"$:
shoe i
and a friend firm Aicadla! I I i Hill o' Laurel had b-en liken; to this coming Wednesday! S'lt 8, tIl : shows a pert voure in the knlf
I the
--0- HI) litrl. What \I'Pdldn't at 8 pm at the school. Mrs Sally about high-style lia:r I Is*
: '
IaM Mrs L. E. Alston are, knOll' at the tim was that Clunk president! of the organl- L. 11 .

hrk. In I, Mrs HIP! w-nt to th3 hospital .. Ion
Venice following a three ration will b In charge of tM
ve'ks vacation which took them i I several days later for an emcrgenrv meeting All par nts and friends New CREAM: COLD WAVE has been ad,lid 10

< irouch Alabama. Tennessee : ,, ooeratlon We ae glad tn of the area will hp welcome to attend Our Summer Specials -
Michigan %v that they are both home now For a Limited Time Only fUll
and on up into Wind- : I and discuss plans and activities
and doing fine
Mr Ont. and over to Niagara' for the year. I Take advantage of this extremely low price nou

Falls. They spent their time see. Phone 'rRL If: or LtCIU. at 2811

Ing relatives! and friends and In. For
IN A HURRY Smart Hair Styling
rftlng places. Folks} whom they i I

bopped to visit were Mrs. Alston PHONE 3461
Charm Beauty Salon
i uncle and aunt Mr. and VENICE

Mrs Lee Johnston and family In I, U TAXI CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYOur

HurtsMl'e.! Ala.. and ome cou .j 'DRIVE'IT CARS FOR BENT Shop U Air-Cooled fee Your Comfort ---

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CHURCHES 'High School Teachers'Roam Auxiliary Makes Final Pork Dangers \ "

METHODIST Plans for Labor
Cited by State 1
B', rein NokcmlaCeor
Far and called
.. L. Harptr. MiniiurS Wide on VacationsExEditors a special meeting

a....paining Sunday .Wor.blp.-11LID. Tuesday evening by the auxiliaryof Fating: pork or pork product V ,

E the No-Vel Post, American Legion canted
<1 p m Youth Fellowship that are not thoroughly

..III, pm .Evening TiIO atrvlcaIntiday p.m.. Mid,*atk Bus Trip Cruise final plans were' drawn up is dangerous Dr. Wilson T. ....

or aid song service.Enrlewned In preparation for the Labor Day der Florida state health offta: .
And Family Visits
..ID. Sunday School Service Miss Uttb I l.eave Town celebration. wanted this week. He..1et

supt. But Keep Them BusyThe There were two replacements that such pork may contain *
FJm Return
Church service in a Hurry
of chairmen of committees. Mra parasite which causes trichliuwi I Ia
teachers of our various t
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mr and Mrs. Carroll H. WU- Don Smith was chosen to act as disease that can be fataL vt
schools are all back In
Nassau at Miami Avenue town readyto
Venice hams, former owners of the buckle down and teach head of the flag sales to take the There is no cure for this twe

p Campbell Crawford..Pi.tor Gondolier covered a lot of "book some place of Miss Jean Bean, who is of Illness, he stressed. Prenw-
dam Bible Claia.Mniln to the young folks
,I m. service. miles In a short time this week of this recuperating from an appendectomy tlon, however, 1 Is simple. JIIbe +
area. But the two months'
i It pm. BTU And Mr Vincent cock all pork= n4 its
I:SO u.n. k.v*-Inr arrvpVrJnfMlar .. Taking their first vacation summer vacation lured some of Fette sure to
TOO Mid since will take over the duties thoroughly before filing y
p.m. Waal coming to Venice, they pre- products
,.. ..,vira. them to far-off places and gave "
left Sunday morning for Miami them viously assigned to Mrs. Carl them
an opportunity to visit relatives
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL They stopped enroute In Wolf. as chairman of the hot dog "Pork Is one of the most palatable
CHURCH and friends In other partsof
meat vAIs
Naples stand. and nutritious
see Louis Pappas
Riviera St. and Paltrmo Place the country. the
Pr Leonard W. B. Stryk.r. part owner of the Rexall Store Miss All members of the auxiliarywere a. favorite throughout
Print In (larva. Sylvia Paulson, who should be coed
.15 am. Runilav School and continued on to Miami teaches also reminded that annual country, but It
(Every Sunday and Is librarianat Is absolutely tr11tU. !
that tint II the meat
membership due wire payable as
|l a m. Morning service. second aid the high school, covered the be de-
rth Humlayi of each month until Oc.MI Monday morning they set out greatest of Sfpt 1 and urged: to relnstaU if the parasites are
mileage In
Jaunts. In small
(. filth ""ui lay In May and August) for Key West. After sightseeIng She took an extensive bus trip themselves as promptly as possible stroycd. Pink pork be con
should ncvir
there ,
CHURCH OF COD briefly they returned to I Washington, D C.: ;
sumed"i ._ --.tC I
to spend that night In Miami.
Venice AvanuaC Mass, and Wisconsin The auxiliary repular meet-
.V. C I). Jrrnlir.n Pastor And on Tuesday Boston'l -- -
n .n Fonder School morning they friends In the first two Ing at Legion Hall will be held LICENSE ASKC48 kj
I ..m, Pmchlnirny drove up the East Coast of her paients Mr. and Mrs. Chris next Tuesday at 8 p.m. Insteadof

'h"5t o.m.. r..hln"'So p.m.., Young Peopla III Florida as far as Vero Beach Paulson, In Marshfleld, Will Monday because of Labor An application for a marriage 1'
.f. At that point they decided to I Day. license was filed in Sara<< la. .
ndy. T., p.m.. benefit Probably the most Interesting ,t
supper c"urthous this week: br
head southwest and County
again ar- trip was that taken by Mrs. Pearl ...
VENICE CATHOLIC CHURCH rived at their home In Nojomls I David W Lewis. 56, and Bait-

Nassau ., Tamp A..na.AP1fBir late Tuesday evening "No place Plummer.Instructor English and Spanish For quick result u=e a OOI S. Ross. 40. Both gave fteir ,
Venice at the high school With, 'I.t'bl'th
Rev.: C. L. EI.lnnder' Pastor like hone," they sighed wearilythe I DOLtER Classified Ad. addresses as Englewood. f Ij
m. M.... her sister, Mrs. Will Carson of
next morning.Engagement. Sarasota she took an Atlantic : .. 1 J
Venire cruise. They visited Ha\.ana.1 1 SUMMER
Bv-Way Nokomis I MONTHS
H..v. C. D. Trultt Paator I Cuba; the Florida Keys and the I II
I 4
pm Evening Srrtloe Told
I Miami area Close Saturdays at One
ASSEMBLY Or (Ol DHRtH I ,I Mrs. H. J. Stewart, first grade
) Of Johnson-Durfee
\.ilr. Hv-Wav. Nokomis teacher at the Laurel school also

In" hfV,1m Ft.nday C I). 3ehod.TtlUITI I Pastor I. Engagement of MI. Phyllli had a busy summer. She divided: H. N. WIMMERS Realtor
I" ..m. Sunday uneell.tic) 8m,... her tlnr between her cottage In
7:30 | m. Ti'..day Young peoples Johnson of Sarasota to Thomas PENINSULAR
.k Indian Springs, Oa. and her co.
Tao Friday Tracer SfrvlmI Durfee Jr.. of Osprey, was announced FLORIDA POVUK AND LIGHT
:: I children In Tallahassee and Atlanta -
I Firnt, Weln .,lnv earl mouthmuniou recently by Mr. and Mis
i service and fret wa.hlntI I Ua In the Florida capitalshe
Howard O Johnson parents of r
staved with her son-in-law {
the bilde-to.
From January! to May of this I Miss Johnson a member of the and daughter! Mi. and Mrs Ben Western Union Open tin Sundays and llulit'avs 11 to 12 ".m.

lar Navy and Coast Guard crew Sarasota chapter of Beta Sigma Powell and with her daughter.

llrovt-d 143 Mandl College Mrs. Kathryn Shaver. She was
floating Japanese Phi and a graduate of
which had fork City has been truest In Atlanta of another
jine Just reached the j in New

fen Cost since the recent war. employed as an x-ray technician I daughter and son-in-law, Mr Lowe's
and Mis Warren Saunden Mi I GroceryIT

Saunders is aiicnamgt me Emory

University In Atlanta
/ AN Othti who packed their suitcases -

and headed north southeast Venice Avenue Phone 2091

Yours DOES NOT prove that you or west Included Mrs Amos

have a good title to your property Spioull. high: school commercial!

'- We will be glad to explain teacher who went to Stoughton APRICOTS Diet . . No. 2 1-2 can \4c

0 this to you If you will Mass., to stay with her mother. PICNIC HAMS lb. 49c
call at our office Mrs. E. F Leonard: Miss Mildred

T1SLE McAmi high! school social science SLICED BACON, Wicklow . . lb. 59c''

INSURANCE ABSTRACTS! teacher, who spent her vacation CHUCK POT ROAST. lb. 48c

INSURANCE with relatives In Afton Grade A SHIPPED EGGS doz. 65c
Tenn. and Miss Lily H. Moore.
RICE Regent 3 Ibs. 41c
high school math teacher, who .

Abstract Companyof was the guest of her brother-in- SYRUP, Lou Cabin . 25c a
law and sister Mr. and Mrs
; A. J. PANCAKE FLOUR . pkg. 17c
Leon McCluer of Jacksonville! '

Sarasota Ala. GRAPE JUICE, Church's qt. 39c ,

Ben I. 00. President. TOMATO JUICE, Willow Brook 3 for 25c<< z1
at Joseph
IUI and 1111 lIS SIXTH STREET VEGETABLE SOUP, Hurff . 2 for 25c
Sarasota since 1946.

Durfee who attended Rhode Island COFFEE, Del Monte . Ib 49c t 4

State College and Brown I RINSO, Large . 29c
University and served in the Navy

Lets EafOuf/ for three and a half years, is the SWAN SOAP, Large ? ? ISc '
son of Mrs. F. Oliver Brown ofSaunderstown. BLEACH, Sure Kleen . qt. lOc .

R. I.. and Captain
:Its always Thomas Dm fee. Sr.. of O picy. Ie SALE MARVENE SUDS Ie SALE

x He Is associated of with Saiabiy his fatherIn Fioz- MIRACLE WHIP .. pt. 39c<< a aV
the operation

( n tun en Foods, Inc. i .,

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for flle family It:

I Coops rating with Labor Day Program by Serving Breakfast Onlv

7 am. to 2 p.m.

Regular Hours 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 5 p m. to 7 30 P m,

(Closed Saturdays)

Full Course Meals Fine ServiceAt

Reasonable Prices


Palm Grill


On the Trail at Venice Avenue JOHNSON LUMBER & SUPPLY

VENICE FLORIDA I' Seaboard Avenue Phone 2151I"


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hce Editorial VENICE GONDOLIER Friday. September f'I

?Je, iceu ? h GmtAmeflica 4* I i.v

1 G i' ( Peoplt The

Published f'\f'ry FrMav. Editorial and business office 313 West SpeC
\rnlce *Kniiefnlce. 91)/1da. P. O. Box: 632. Phone Venice 3131.

Fostered as cond.cl.i. matter Juno 6. 1946. at the poll office
'l '''mc., floid.Inde, the Act of March 3, 1879. to the Editor

'- Subscription; ; -;;- alPIl On year, $2.50: six months, $150 three the topic Venice of Interest to the JL1.j

rcnlNl, <5c. Classified advertising rater 2 cents per word, first 20 In area trip be
..c.c!" 1 cent per word for each Additional word. jarsrfNtrt ER/Ut SrANpi 19peDfMMMAff.AWDTOPAIMIREAuct column, Th,y shoo
---- apes. FRAM! e4DU6E W AAn1ICA, K'941 FA Pouel EJil1 IN5"C1 16sa. kept short InttMer,
e FETE S. ( ONOVFRJAMT : Editor and Publisher NAVe ,SOWN 9 r'S ylNttuON 000.0 FEET OF SAW TIM5Er ,ENCU6N10 rev rei the nil!
T. ( >N Manager :
signed. but
no\\ \no K, IIRltEy j taint of tilt,,J
Shop Foreman I er will be \!'lthi :id "
i ,
Anonymous l'cmmallcatlolll: .

The Assessment "Blunder" + WscoNSIIIYF or:NOT may be not printed acres Tie Slab edJtlr,

I FORESTS expressed by the 'Arltell)

.assessment of Venice real e.4Ue: for tax: purposes WER! OWC! -"o-
I 4 AMONG W Te the Editor
lISIJtlh: strings \\'e are (told, a loud chorus of wails and RESEARCH 1 f A s RKNFST Venice Petit(Mndolirr1)sr

nil .ins. If true, it's natural enough, for taxes / K IN 4- IN AMERICA, Wtv luvpr mtknown I fit)
are nowhere At
you for !<>n( \i,,'..
any nmre popular: than trips to the dentist or the MI PW A MA, 01 A6411). "Scutchtinr Pon." i Isis inn a.'
MAp PWfB THAT WOUIP W7 TEAR B EIVME 140 51A't@ LTAVi IN .LlmindNu, S" will "Poor ,
s F doses nl' cantor' oil tint t our mobers used to pour down ; I Wet ftPOTMAKEVM CTVetOPFPvurt REtOREfTA ioelNAVWb P'ATTE'D Howner nil u( the si3t.oc*,
throats *rnen w'pAiTK, USED wyir MORE IMAM THRFB T1M A*MANY point. As a l lal.nmat, tor ..
our seta
.IN a 'Spring tonic. And sometimes the 1 r fw SASS..1NEy fAy of JUST we WIN* NEW TKEtf LAST WAR AS ANY -.ul.lnt, help hul <''?'oa'h,.. sty
benefits \\e gain from the taxes FOR THe mi WAT WRITES OMPM vlATrt O'tNEPt 5141 search for a Stx" IrHihx" li.
seem at least
on the similar tniubln tine ill) b.,, I aWa.
surface, a whole lot less evident thin those from d I' this RulM Kr.'IIIt..u.I.1 II with flvh t cut, ,in'I it..lit..

i tiMrv or home remedies.All n-I' help you *hll, rout ,li." IU Iht t"ft

, thinking persons must realise: however, that 10U LATE 1H\'0 Ofllfflilrn, ill:
4 cities cannot be run without Fire rS-Your new po,.,. hi stork. !! '
! ; revenue. departments, Cruise to Venice Cons ralulatton. li ,". W:

,: I, police protection garbage: disposal! street lights, schools: I Editors Note Manyttuii
.; playgrounds and a thousand and TO CLASSIFY" Is Thrilling ExperienceBy Mr. Oprlslu for his kind I tn.
one things that achy and the offer of his camtn.T.1

. ; provides, must be paid for. And the principal! means of latter will not te ,needrt tel
raising funds for Rt'SSELL K \T ever, for the Gondolier thiii
. these purposes is t lhrotf J? taxation.
i Socrflarv Florida Pies hI n. obtained a Spied 0:ipMc -
I Hence/ the only legitimate complaint attaint I local taxes, will be ready to use It istran:

I i in most cases. is that they are sometimes based on as. Florida hu 50 much to offer a< a summer vacation land that r dark room can be Instill,
. would rather "stay at home and play at home" than gallop off hope Incidentally that -rTape
: se.ssments that do not seem to bear true
: a has
relationship some distant state in search of rest and r"creatlon totter nil 1ak: :

to the property involved or to similar properties in the As r stated In a previous column. I've' been taking my vacatiopiecemeal glasses back and that. the
good shape: again
lIE surrounding!: .:hhorhlods. this summer, And last week I Mole away from the offtcf -o- -

'" It was just this sort of a circumstance that resulted r a thr"e.day 11'11) by water the Editor

last week, in the city council revising :a I number of assessments from Tampa to VENICE and if ." I .-.. Fete G.T.duller
tuin. accompanied by Bob BI'.hoP'oC I *" pet ir tier W
t that had been worked out in another I I I m"h run Iwo f'I' of :
meeting a Orlando and Coleman Roger .,. More will fool It ...."..
a fortnight before Ginsidcrable public indignation of St. Pete.Traveling. I You didnt "I i iw ..,.> i toe ,
e i ape 046.1uguoit -cover R ....#.. k
patently had arisen because: of some of the changes, from town to town t 1 gets twos Khw'uleI .
: .
among them the reduction of Mayor Louis Suter's Ve- by water Is a thrilling exper'trco:' I' "This. H cartoon-weier. wr>. I iMi a, %bo00 tar

nezia Hotel from s2,15S to 525,520. So the council and from the standpoint o', rest is..keep t two Now or tens iroinn m' ,rlhi a aM let

with Mayor Suter and Councilman George Dotts and recreation it can't b. beat. = ; II. pr. your rocs." aloea s
absent Ira lot fun than ,. ,a+l I.' aw I.re.
returned i the \enezia a more teartn3around 29 to September 4 LI Incidentally a i ewe ..."* a
w and two other properties to their the country flth'lig; ti af- .l ...,,... for the .. "bo' ball-11'
fomer .. .... ... ask th, twist
assessed valuations, raised three other properties tic la an automobile I can certainly V'I, give.1. Su you the t Y rbh .std I'm ae

15 per cent, cut three properties lo !per cent and two locrmmcnd it to you If you ,Beat'p' ,1.noca.d._. It.. 'e the NT

1 ethers 20 per cent. want to net away from everything S'n".. ,
S '..IIAM r IcaYdown.l
tn'oy a complete t"'angl' ,
Bed Intentions Doubted oC ren"iy and catch up .>n ..uur1cep *"."..... j'ir"vrni. I.....

' Whether the situation that led to these changes was ( Note Tnt cats iEditor's P

, .1 "raw" one as some observers claim the Gondolier' Full Ire Box JlbO menilon 1 I- the tcIJ

4 is not prepared:! to s'tv. The editor has been in Venice We K'ft Ba>'sde: Camp at the Rive panel. "Our el Oitat l'w'"re Amer on rt!

f far too short :a t time to know the ins and outs of the inud nest end of Oandv Brldcc In '. appears We hope our rtaden r.

nicipality's .;eminent and politics. Personally Tampa Bay last Wednesday something lim the c
l inclined we are :Horning after seeing to I I' that me as( Ito canter
to doubt that 1 there ever was any iniquitous intent I the Ice-box was plentifully sup 1 -

; and to believe that the blunder, there was one, plied with fresh fruit and Vegetables the.. E.llt.ir
I. (iondlier
was simply the unexpected result of good intentions( that beer Cokes and a general AelAntocsAN I 1....' lat. ,*
t Ik'' "
Will please 1" ftl
y were assortment of groceries you P
fully thought out in advance. your- paper I I am "i*
** Accompanied by a school of tt.lage. welch I tr to
This .. _
seems out by the remark of to rover Your eel.Th.nk
one Playful '
porpoise and a flock of You I."r y ., mvl alit.
councilman\ : :alter last week's kCH
meeting: "Sure, he told hungry gulls, we circkd the bay smut A HU' U.OllMsmJDI.'k !
us, hi 1 guess ue did stick our necks out. But I was one past Port Tampa and MacDill M, .'.,....crksila'k Jt
of those who voted I till the change: originally, and the Field taking our ease In comfortable By the Editors of the -0-: '

1 did it deck chair. Wo took turns World Book Encyclopedia
reason: was simply because;\ I.ouie-the mayor-is he rdllorr
trOlling for mackerel srookadyflsh .unriulier
a good et: 'y and I anted to help him." Frankly, Ltcan't 'e Jacks or whatever memo 339 )ears ago on September 4. I..Lace Peter ,. INS ..i .
seem "
see :any deep-dyed plots in an attitude like that. Henry Hudson an English nav- I think l 20
; bar of the finny tribe might dc f rom turn ta .t.rn ; ....a w
fact, we arc inclined to feel tint: the councilmen who clde to make a pass at air hhlny Uator in the employ of the 'seat.irial.t.and". I the parts...n.lori. ,..1... (jt

changed: the roll list week Members Smyth Brohardnnj drone that trailed fifty feet or 511 Dutch Fast India Company, .. .. l.inllri ,' bvt Votes
on and Janln In Vvn
and hit
rrrw of :SO
sailed V
Gcors'e: Hiirel, and President H. S. Bowden In our wake. men Incidentally, didn't ',m'... w
-should Into the mouth of the broad office key? I would raw: te/e...
The second day .
he was d.'lightful It to -
commended !for their forthrightness and courage i inrevrMiis and beautiful Hudson River. sincerely m. J ,
We got under way at the first i- tliIlLRS.Chpf. : .
their previous ,'Ction. It They Mere wM. S.
; seemed searching for
to indicate, crack A t. .
of dawn went up the Manatee Inf rn" "" ....
at Uavt: t in fur mind, a desire to do the right thing despite River to Bradenton, took o Orient northerly paisare to then J1" 'iT.Ilaha..e. B

the t.'Ct;: that it might seem to admit a previous error some Ice and groceries then crul. a. what Hudson IH sailed at far -- -0-

And not ill ed to Anna Maria Bea now the city of .. the F.-flu-s,
men have the nuts to do that. <-h After a Albany. Thourh he did not ,. Gondolier
'l h it's the turn out In the gulf] we relumed find .ar Mr. C ''' e
: way we Uik at it, anjhow. As we said, Inside to make our the the Orient route he was Thla la In reply i 'I'', your <""u t!Its
we don't know the ins and outs of local way on seeking, Henry Hudson va the .l relative to the i I -rat "
political life. Bui t Inland waterway to Sarasota first Feature Itection, p,.
until we do, we're going to act the where retoenlze the tropor- Then ha .ppaimllT. been i
on assumption thai t we gassed up before making lance of the river I "" for ". lugs T
our the outside a* a prospective ..,..n.tlon of this orr' "iw Y.iMI
mlll1kiralleaJers to
are still what: they seem to be _. run THE TAR route for traders and colonists ..n Informed that to ) ctaw. t
small town businessmen (Continued on Page Seven chanted H.i-ver, there is : ..
trying to do their bit in guiding' I I to you and vim "*L,, '
their city's affairs, and not embrvonic Pendergasts shipment you ha.e .or *.'" aeY

Hague*, Crumps or Hitlers. It this is true, they deserve, principal item on the agenda is the revised' assessment I ..It,Florida.kaa the been.ummer..=lun"t:rr''"/"Vlmr.,:,' w, JJ:, ,:

the assistance ot and fS'rH'Sf' objections thlt: Inerearf *' U.. ..
every taxpayer : resident of Venice, \ any persons may have to'I that to time Is o ::.1..b':tow *
for they ire trying to do on a part-time basis what their can and should be aired at this session. It.

big-city colleagues frequently can't accomplish full-time If such objections :ire presented Hther'in writing YOIII Florida; H'\'ING.' t*III

with hundreds of assistants. before the meeting 'or in person after it starts, the coo Fur.::. Fob J

Attend Tonight's Meeting cil to can act ,properly be expected to give full consideration and Editor's Section Note was: The dLU'otlar,
accordingly if s
One ot' the most immediate ways that all tax- the members no objections are presented, then the Gondolier becauK ,
can subscribers UIWi
assume that of
payers can help their elected representatives, incidentally drawn, and that little the roll is satisfactorily did not read It.bill ,

is by attending tonight's council meeting. The consideration need be given to expended for lord Jt
complaints that
may be voiced later. will be spent ca ,

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[ September 5. 1948 VENICE GONDOLIER Pace Sere

CLASSIFIED I I ADS S cent CLABATES* ft word for AD naval 6

CO tfonai word.,word t cent deck Mimi.Yin

?, charge. 26 tents


I TLKE care of little tots In my COMPLETE OF l1fED FURNITURE nr .n kinds. Vanhe. BRAND NEW commercial David r-
aiakt.'Mm.' Hlnkley. Nuke.r APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED double compartment 9 ClIo fl- eases'
REAL ESTATE SERVICE Trading Post In W. Miami Avenue.phone Unit
Grease Apartment). Notice It hereby given that Eleanor: R. le Mohan holder of Tax Certificate No. !079. 1606METAL Write Ray 1..nVI..I. Bon ZH,, V_
STURDY PLANTS for Fit*. 8aUs Rentals Issued the lit day of Junt A.D. I94i till .
NG. .....'9riLROY'S -. filed unit In mr office h.. made uplilltllton -
Covering KURT
.pnl MYERS AREA and for deed be lulledthrrtnn. .
a In to aO lb. '
NURSER' Laurel lee R..f.I".1 rapacity. -
982 all of SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Mud Said certificate embraces the Excellent .o..dlll..n. I. O.OO I Two 0.1,1:CTRIC SAW 1.4 lip 'D died
aTLa'CrerPoat OffieaRAL Mt bonus to beautiful riverfront estates following property In the County of Btra bath tuba. ft.16.54)0 each2. K. HII. H. Mailnon. Myakka on the Trail I1 U. I 9L "
n right Costal locations Including Improved ou. State of rlorldi, to-wltl 'hone 6874. 411 fit.. I), Venice Gondohvr.For .
--- and unimproved tropical Inlands, beachproperties
HAULING and contracting.dyke :. fI.hlnl Iod"... business Lot 16,. Block "D." Sapphire
Muck fill dirt, .h lI. send.Phone opportunities and income setups. Includ. Shored At recorded In Plat Hook I. .I
101l.TERESTED In* motor courts, trailer ramp.. hotels on Pages 153. I" I7S. 171. l7a. 178. .
opeiwtln ranches, farm and weaves Public Records of Sarasota County.
Lam and unall tracts of land A Florida. Section 1.1-<18.17. Time
In rood masonry.Irk complete rental service Rend for free The assessment of the said property under A GOOD
or block work. call I. K. Ht11 I' descriptive folders and main of this trop. the said rertlfleaW Issued was In the
1-111. teat section, name of Vlmlnla So'd... Unless said cer.tificate .
shall be redeemed. according to
SETS WORK and trucking. Louis law the property described" therein will b* On Labor DayAttend
Pied Venice 2666. JEPFCOTT REALTY INVESTMENTS Mid to the highest bidder at the east
house four "n the first Monday In th't
I4T First Street Pert M...., Florid. month of rpl.m...... 19IK which la. the
ttrrJl Paul Nave Everythlni In Real Estate" fcth day nt September. 1141
kEPTIC TANK CLEANING Both the USUAL and UNUSUAL Dated this 1th day i>f August 194*. Celebratione t
equipment Work tua Venice's ,
i peeping Venire W. A. WVNNB.Tlerk Big
Plop Sarasota 70440 or
Circuit Court.Sarasnts .
DESIRABLE SELECTION of business Count>. Hc.rl.ls.
and residential sites in city of Venice : RVI BETTY K. 8TFr-HF,
by owner If Interested suggest you investictte. As Deputy Clerk Thanks are extended to all who were
ROOFING Address Box KB. Venice, Fla.iVAXTFD Publish Ai>c. IS to", 97. Sept. I, 1B4K.

All present at last: year's program. .
Roof Work of Kinds 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION
Aim p. JONES The undinluned do hereby certify that And we look forward to seeing youat
>: Bus. 2873 Home %981OR HOUSE In Venire on yearly beat.. Uey are ..conftuetintr ntwspapir .ldirintlnic
I*.M| Goldeniiteln. Phone 9111. htmlnoss at UK W Venire A... celebration.
nu.. Venlr... ..Inr..... under the flctitiiiis Monday's
home ..f
and that HlH firm composed' ..t the>
SERVICE, CALL following persons they named and plates
COMPLETELY Hr.lerorat furnished. of redd,'ner ere .. f.i'liw' I FOR ALL ALL DAY!
VenicePlumbing rnrave apartment ready for season New fete a. Con....... P. O. Km 612 Venire, FUN -
r.f refrigerator and cooking unit jut In. 1'
nailed. Waive front and din.k farllrtlet Janet T. CnniAer P. O. lion .12. Yen.
| Shop Call 2419.TWO Ice. Florids. ai
<)..nrrohlp nf The Venice Gondolier Iss
14. Venice Phone 2153 BEDROOM: H.'i..-. new fur rent follows
furnished fir unfurnMieil Till Z'M. INti R C.>no\er, St per cent
Janet T. Conover. <" PIT cent.It No-Vel Post 159! American LegionLabor
Is our Intention to apply lo the O'k4if ,
the Circuit Court In and for S.r sold
IVimtv. l-oridii. to n-cisler the said name t
of THE VENICE CHNDOI.IrR under. theirnl
GOVERNMENT .... ofl.rlrt t
l I .. Arts .if IMIV .
\ Itnw our hand, this I* day of Ana'
PFTF 8. C.1NOVHI I I"III.IIhl Drivers !
Attar. 2". 27. Sept. a. 10, 1949. I
SALE -' : !
The unaVralxm. do hereby certify th,t
Approximately 45 Buildings and Fixtures Ih,'v are Nmdmllnil a Sun.lrieft btnlnni I WOLF'SLubrication
.t Nokomls, rlirMa.. inder the '
"r fk'hl"1
and that Mid firm Is cumntwd of lh( -
toll ding pinions v lime. north* and plaesof I v
renMinre nee as felt.>stMmirlce Tire Repairs.Washing ,
Venice Florida M llradiks k. Nokomls. Ha.William i ,
L. llMdikk, Nokomls.I : Fla.:
Owner.hip of Nokimta Punilrl.. l. .< and Polishing,

'"MauVlrc llra.ld.Hk 60',1.
William I.. It,,.'d..k. 60'! TooWOLF'S
For Removal From Sit e It I. our Intcntsrin to apply to the e
('I|,r. of the Circuit. Court In and fin _0.-
i bsniMita Counts. Fln\ ids. to nvlster th.
..,,1 name NdKOMIN SUNDRIES: un."" '
l the pnivl.Urns of Chipter JI"'fJ' lean'. of SINCLAIR SERVICE
II r'Hinds). Acts of 1 ll.Wltmw .
Bids are invited for the purchase and removal of building our hsnil.. IMP l 2nd day ofKatem

Sigh their oresently contained fixtures and for other structures *,.,. 1'046.MAL'RICK. M. RMIOK I On the Trail, Where the Buses Stop

located at Venice Army Airfield. Venice. Florida and briefly \VII.1.UM L. BRADDOCK
JMhllshl Sept. I. 10. II. tl. 1"4..
described! a* follows

This offering contains barracks, mess halls, Kay Cruise ,

hutments, 'storage buildings and various miscellaneous Continued from Page Seven MOWINGLOTS n'

buildingsNO PON CENTER at Venice Inlet.

While In Venice we had dinner Loa PASTURES-

PRIORITIES NEEDEDThese at the Oulf drill a clean little! :

restaurant in the city' pink and ACREAGE LAWNS

buildings previously have been offered to priority whIte theater building

holders and no priorities are needed to bid. netting an early start the next BULLDOZING LAND CLEARINGC.

Bids from the general public will be received at. the address mornlns. we made our way backup

hown below until 2 P.M. EST) September 15 1948. at which the coast: stopping here and HAROLD BATESENGLEWOOD

time they will be publicly opened and read. there and trolling for mackerel .

Envelopes containing bids must be marked plainly in the which were scarce but large In VENICE SSM "

lower left-hand corner: "BIDS ON WAA DISPOSAL NO. RPD- size. We all gathered a nice mess t

0595POPENING: DATE SEPTEMBER 15, 1948. Bids not so of sunburn but not enough lo

Identified will not be considered but will be returned I prove uncomfortable I

Successful bidders will be required to make payment of the i DON'T SHIVER .

Purchase price and any performance deposit required by cashier Face Lift
In Next Winter'sCold
l 't check, certified check. currency: or postal money older if (Continue from Page One) i sQ

the amount Involved Is In excess of $300.00. stairway leading to the second I Spells!

This advertlsemtnt Is not a basis for negotiation and War floor. I

Assets Administration reserves the right to consider :all bids in In the main building nearlyall I' BUY A COLEMANCIRCULATING

the light of the applicable objectives of the Surplus Property floors have been sanded and I' HEATER

Act and to reject any or all proposals.Bid 35 fluorescent lleht'nir fixtures I jt NOW -

of disposal, and all necesary been Installed. 22
and conditions have
forms term While Summer Prices are still Ineffect
. information will be furnished upon request to the office feet of library shelving: have I I 10 per cent Increase scheduled Nationally for this

named below. Bids must be submitted on special forms lor been a1d'd. a new sit,ply cabinet Item Sept 1, tu' we arc keeping Our Prices DOWN temporarily

WAA Disposal No. RPD-05-95P. These forms describe the offering has been put In th, chemistry I In 4 6lz"s.

state the terms and conditions of sale and provide com- lab. 13 row typing d -ks are I, $57.50 to $128.50ATWATER

plete bidding Instructions. In the commercial department 0
the rest rooms have been repaired
and patch-rafntinu
WAR ASSETS up worn spots throughout. 3. 6 and 1% h.II.. $14.50 to $11.50


of Real Property DisposalNonIndustrial repair of the cofeteila steps: In- Shrrwln-\Mlllams In Qt.. .al. and 5-Gal, Sirs

stal'atlon of 100 new desk chairs

Division throughout the school; additionof TAYLOR HARDWARE
wood shaping
new metal haPlng,

699 Ponce de Leon Avenue, N.E. milling and direct current AND PAINT CO.

weeding equipment In the shop: I
Atlanta 5, Georgia AT-693-RP construction of outside pump- : 103 W. VENICE AVE. PHONE tan

houses, and many other Items. I

Nr W/ ,, .

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7..e rsr !aPSTR !

vrancr GONDOLIER: V IPt'fdar. Septealy,
rage E1ght

i Venice Loses 2nd Playoff Gaml

1947-48 Fishing Season IItlml'ball.l Hopesbird I keley Doesn't Believe Rolling* Pins to Fly LabnJI

I.I.I. :
Biggest in State History II 11 Fish 'Ain't Biting' I

TALLAHASSEE The 1947- kj M: Although most local fishermen -ButNotatAbusedHubti

1 IB season wathe biggest flhlng't' report that the finny tribeaint ,

>Iar In Floi-da" history, the b.ting cry well these I Energetic housewives, who have

\'t' 'I' elate G..me and r:eater FishCommi.Jon .'Iliiiian I lid (If}' days O. M" Keg'ey former' of Master the U Sergeant S. Air learned to heave a rolling pin In I I Gadd warn however, tbii '

: 'aid todayCommtsson the course of their married lives, I rolling pin contest
different opinion.
C' Forces has a "UJ be'I
Director '
' will be able to cash in on their
Hopes of the City cvf Venire distance and rot for
:.' And with reason a
lint O.bM
:Woican riprnu
Softball team for a ,comeback Mr. Kl'gt'ho: retired from ability during Monday's Labor Hence some w ''men \who
fMi license b
Ifereons bouph; :ng 'I
i during flit 'Tiloa.1 .' to shatter too to It could continue in the AAF on July 3 and i!* now Day Celebration played Magg: and Jig'

'il1 J! prt\:ou r'odo Sates! exceednl the Siiauihnr playoffs: to de- visiting Mr and Mrs. Ralph I A rolling pin throwing content I their homes III hale he,
V IHltJ. ; figure bv mote teimine the Sarasota 'unty' Simp-on' of Venice Farms Rd.. I will be held! for married women I nlques to learn

i .In M! 'no' ho Mid ('hamploJn.' Ii the ground :as: r .dsy luck. The I Charles Oidd high school roach I
e HI nnvfd, tin iv were "v week ago to try his : elude three-le] >$ rare
f u.i"i f-irillian: iddtlona! Alougt: 1 :1 Ley 'vW1::: gamily: result after only] a few cast cf \\'ho11I be in charge of chil- races shoe scramble and b

ai trr-'i 'A.I'<'r fishermen who \\'1'1'1'fin' all the way and tarred c'a tae his deep sea rig was a 221 a drens events throwsRELAX .
-ffj.i.rfd to bul'cen! e heat In the :i<: inning :::e local pound red fish that nearly pull 444444fff444o44444444N
41cRims report also showed players dropped tie >'re to :MeAltaian ed his captor Into the water '"
t 1
that Florida entertained mor Chevrolet team of $**.'- The retired army man perhaps
t 1 ut.cf.\t. anclei lat year ota The final score wi 6 to 1 Influenced by his success. ATsniiliy's

ih .n et.i ht fore Nonenldimt! IIvn The defeat pushed Venue ou: says he hopes to settle' In Venice 1111
'r set's! mimbt-ed bl.ono of the playoff since the 1 local permanently if he ran find
ntiilv IfiOno over the previous i quad had also been drubbed 23 a home. His family Includeshis

all-t\ :m<' hlL1)TIDK to 2 by the Altman the night wife, Virginia, and their i /. liivrrii, \ "
41 before The home boys didn't daughter, Dolls 16. He rentdin
? need to fed too badly' about It" the army 23 years.

} TABLES I however for Altman went on tol 125 South Tamiami Trail Venice
defeat all other contenders and
last Altman scale followed' a double "Best Drinks in Town-At Popular Prices"
the Wednesday
. I F.\1E: : IMETiTunta win championship I
that Center Fielder Paul
+ Rasa Correction) night And the Venetian are Nave i
still second place holder In the let scoot through his legs Alt Delicious>> Sandwiches...When You Are Hungry

1J. Huh Law : county American League man* scorers were Noel, cf JMeasel. :
,. .. I 2b. 1 Johnson ,
Fn" .t. 1 1:113 I. R:1 I m.q : Ib 1
.... Local Boys Nervous !
12:41 1' 7:47 p m.fM. and Trahan, T, 1.
w"t. 4 1 : U. m. 1:tIft 1m. Altman got half of Its runsagaln.t
1414 I' m. .IW" m. Venice In the first Inn : Venice Scores
I Fat 8.11. t J:"S a m. ':'U' a m. The first Venice run came In i Drinks
-: Quality at Popular Prices
I -25 pm. 5 .4S pm ing, due mainly to a series of eriors :-
,, .. the sixth Inning after Left Fielder
111 kept 4 2:21 I.m. :14 I m. by the nervous local contenders '
f 1'1'..... ".,.t. 7 2 K:2:14 a pm.m. C::111 t I a 1'0.m. The first score came In BrobM reached first bag on an
V 4:51 p.m. .:2" 0.111.,. when Second Bigger Jackie Infield error He was Ballentine's Beer on Draught
Wool Krpl KII a m. 111A? a ft
,.. rushed nome ty nits from Pitcher
3:54 :32
Jan. p Guess mopped a fly ball. The I
1 1'111I.. Kept S 3:42 Im. 12:1111' m.m Jones mid Jackie Guess That
h ... pt. 10 :2l 1m. next war when Right: Fielder L"eBiotM
I ZI p.m muffed a fly, and the encouraged the Venetians and In 15c 10-oz. Glass
the ]last stanza both Right Fielder
--0- third hon Pitcher Byron Joliet
Bill Alnger and
Shortstop Jim
permitted a hit after loading the 1
x ComplimentsOP bases Oakley trotted across the home ,
by walking opponent.Brobst's
plate. Rum Cola I . . . . . 2x
i error as first of the
season The Venice linkup included' i

EDMOXDSOXFARMS Altman also scored In the second I I Oakley lbBrobit n.:. 1 Ainger, rf: Lanlus. Tom Collins; . . . . 3x|
Inning when a bunt droppd' If: Jones p: Guess, "
:'b: Smith. 3b: Kevs c. and Nave,
squarely on the third ba-t line
and the locals were too surprisedto cf Players for Altman were Noel Highball . . . . . ;3x
cf: Measd l. 2b: Johnson Ib:
it The tallv
get 'nl'my' fifth :
'OKnll I'I.ORlII
\ mulevllh: Favorite BlenJeJ \\'hi,kev
s ;
came In the third when VenteCatcher KS: Whltaker c: Taylor your
DISTIilBVTOns OF Jimmy Keys threw awild 3b: Trahan. 1 If: Lm( rf and I ""
ball to the outfield: and the BoYd. p ,.................>> #..I### ...... ,.,,,,,
Land () Sun Ii

Milk\ Cream !Ice Cream HHOtSFIFI

w For 11 MitE> t1IM Labor Day q {1 1L
a Regular Home Delivery I TOl'WAIT p. E. I

' P1IOM AtM..: ('C 1371 Deke'i Shoe Repair Weekendw \J fiu 0

Or S \R \ -OT\ UJ" I Tell t. (old Fire lI.all..n
(\'"'ro A.,. Col-red 1I

J A Splendid Opportunity to SAVE!

I Back on the Job SELECT FRESIt 'Rt'ITS tip. VEGETAIII.ESs

1 \ Armour STAR BACON . lb 65c

Skinless FRANKFURTERS lb. 42-

--\iX: -0- I, Meaty STEWING BEEF lb. 35c -

As Usual, Complete I Line of Wisconsin "Daisy" CHEESE lb. 5Sc Seedless GRAPES 2lb.33c
"Delicious" APPLES 2 IBs. 39c

fishin ;
K(,J & Heel Repiirs, LETTUCE . 2 large heads 19c

3 tall cons CABBAGE . . k *
Etc.i3 Golden lO-Pac-kagp Key Combination MILK . . 29c Yellow ONIONS . 3 ibs. 17' |

-- s i Post's DRY CEREALS 27c r.n i
M! iiir> "

uA.la. Girl" DILL PICKLES "Vic CLOROX . . 1.2 98,1,27C,I

CRISCO . 3-lb. can $1.11 OXYDOL . large size! 3U
R & R Sporting GoodsOpposite ALL POPULAR nlt.\sn DUZ .large SIze 33r
Carton e. . . .
CIGARETTES . . $1.81 TIDE . . ," large size 3*

Venice-Nokl.mis Bank Venice Food /ClA LOW PRICES DAY

STAN & HELEN RICHARDSON Phone 3n; Shop West VeniceE'fn e

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